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 'A/,.;   ���    J-.i  ?*  d,f  ���t /. \ A--  *    U   .  '/'  V      -yi i  t     ! H  r,' .,-., a  A'-ft     d       '     ���",  ^      "   f  I , d -' .  [      ^     14,I\   '  ^ ''       tf /'  TT^ W 'i 1H  w   p $ Mi ^  ��&  sv   ^KS"    Tr "33T   IS"?*05*?  iBsrn   Hg   i   f\/' M   W,  .If-  POL. 2, NO. 8.  MOYIE,  B. G..; JUNE LO, 1899.  $2 A YEAR  !* v*��� tint-  .-rxiWiW)  '^^4��^S��^�� ^^.^.^.^.^^g.^ig;^.^.^^.^.^.^>g;Vfr* >  4  IK  ���J  ?t-s?i��6'Im'.-.-t.  Hv',>��jJiV��a^.';  i$  <*<K'">  '  ���������- #  e |r Metropolis' Of East Kootenay.   Located on;the Shores;:of the] [Most  w     Beautiful Lake in v Brit-,  ish Columbia.  TWO LIVES CSQSID OUT  By  a Freight  Sunday  Morning.  FELL ASLEEP  ON  THE  TRACK  ADJACENT .TO  TTIIO  FAMOUS  m  Eugene, La  T5I  m  8* THE COMING  TOWN-OF TKE FUTURE  All who' wish  to invest apply to  G.; CAMPBELL, Moyie/'B.' C.  ���*.��� >^�� >^* "'����.��� ,>;��k-,**.' >*.��� >*���.- >��u- "��^-  ^���^4^^'  t��  w>  ���? ��� t- - r * ���:���7 ��� ^ -���7 �� r- ��  The" only house in. East Kootenay  heated throughout with hotair.   -  First class in every respect. Special  rates lo boarders. Good sample room  for commercial men.  European plan."   Open day and'night.  S-UAliIi & JtUSOKAVE. .Props.  CRANBROOK, - -  B.C.  dxOz *-Jz..rf7 rfz_rf* jOz.T?r_jfz_t^. jAL-v^zuste-^r jr>r. jJr_r??_\Ozi.r4vr rtv. .-^/_s-^_rfz^CV _-rf? .  K?  ��  i   i ii i   lim ^iiii Tit��  ���in  niu Tn ^iiii  ii in,   ti\ i, ^<ii i   iin.il,  iii i iiin  i i.   �� 11  ��m   ii �� Tiiu   iiii   ^K.-a^-^sf-fir.  %  Regular Meals Served in tho Dining  Room, with Short Okdkrs between  meals.  SjWSi!  Headquarters for Commencial and Mining  Men.  QUEEN   AVKNUK,  ' ��� ��� ��� ' ��� MOYIE,   B. G.  **t". >jr. j&r,^. ^r, ^sr. ^r. >c. j*. jar. ^f. .jr. jgf. ^���^i^1'- ^.^g-.^^. >^.>^. ^���^���^' j8_:  m  mv  1I<IC1!ACK(.N A1: ;U(IOKM,  lTojiricror"--.  This hotel is'now open to the public, and is well' furnished throughout. None but the best brands' of whies;  liquors and cigars kept in stock.     .   .A        .        ;    A-  mST   CLASS .'"ACCOMMObATIO'XS.  MO'tiEv   B;    0  h  vt/  "1/  .    . -,-      it?  This Hotel is New and well FurMshed. t^The |  C.   CAMI'JTJELL,   A. T; CLARJ��.  :-f   WW,-?  ."'\��'!i��l  ' AA'e'i  the Best Brands of Liquors Mid ���.''*%$?& |  Tlifi lioilios   AVcio    Found   Shortly   After  ' llio Tiain Vassod Over them.       '  ���No Iniiue.-,t Held.  James Stewart, better known as  "Scotty," and Michael Redmond, two  railway laborer's in MeGuire's surfac-  iugt-.gang, were run over and tilled by  an east bound freight train at this  place last Sunday morning about 12:30  o'clock. ���      '      ���   '  Shortly after the east bound freight  passed, through Moyie last Sunday  morning J. E. Hill, a fireman, and N.  G. Grant and A. W. Richardson, two  brakemen .boarded ,a handcar and  started for the boarding ear at the  foot of the lake. They had only proceeded about 20"5ards south of Queens  avenue when they discovered the pros-  tiate form, of-a man lying on' the  track, his head crushed to a jelly and  his brains and pieces of his' skull  scattered over the gronnd. It .proved  to be the body of Redmond. The  men returned and gave the alarm.'  Special Constable Lin'dsay and Vick  Desaulnier, accompanied by Hill,  Grapt and Richardson picked up the  body aud placed it in the log building  back of the Leader, office. Tlie railroad men again started out, but only  got about 80 yards'farther when the  body' of Stewart was struck. ,. He  was lying with his head over the same  side of the track that "Redmond was  found on. The train had passed over  his left arm, shoulder and neck,' aud  had almost severed his head from his  body. Stewart's i; body was also  picked up and placed beside thai of  his comraude. Gold Commissioner  Armstrong at Fort Steele was notified, and he in turn notified Coroner  Moffat at Cranbrook. Moffat came  ont to Moyie on Monday morning's  freight, train, viewed llie bodies and  decided that it was not necessary to  hold an inquest. The" remains of  Stewart and Redmond' were interred  in the Moyie cemetery Monday evening. The last rites were read by F. I.  Moore.  Stewart and Redmond were around  town Saturday evening and were  drinking quite heavily. It is supposed they started for the boarding  car down the track about 12__o_'clock;  became sleepy aud laid down, and  that the train came along and struck  them, as .before stated. A peculiar  fact, however, is that both men were  found in nearly the same position on  the track���their bodies en the inside  of the track and their heads over the  rail next town. Neither bodies were  apparently moved by the cowcatcher  and firebox of the engine passing  over Ihem. and not a particle of blood  could be found on the wheels ol en-,  ginc ^o. Ml, the one that is supposed  to have did the work. The engineer  on .'.b'-i says he ran through Moyie on  that trip quite slow, and that the  men could no have been on the track  without him seeing .-.-them.  James ...Stewart,' or "Scotty," as ho  was better known, had worked on the  Crow's Nest road for nearly two years.  His father lives in Dundee, Scotland.  Very little is known here ,Of Michael-  Redmond, further than that ho began  work-.oh this road about .two months  ago. A letter was found in his pocket  addressed to Michael J. Redmond, 311  Day street, Sau Francisco, Gal.; which  no doubt was his residence at one  time. Both fnon were about 24 years  of -age. '.-"..  BROS.  MAMMOTH   RETAIL   EMPORIUM.  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES,  PRODUCE.  JJ O   . A  * ALL KINDS   OF , *  4 ���'.     ,       ��� DONE ���        ���  l &  i    TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY. '.J  1 ' ,    '- ^  -PROPRIETORS   OF-  CLOTHING,  Gents' Furnishings,  BOOTS and SHOES  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.  Oc*>x��. Victoria JBt�� ecsoaSL T&��c>"y���� -��L-<cr��...  MO-STXIHJ,   DB". CD.  0. J. Johnson returned from Cranbrook and  Steele  Thursday morning.  J. A. Harvey, the well, known barrister of Fort Steele, spent Thursday  in Moyie,   Joe Shae left for Calgary Mouday to  visit hi3 brother, who is residing   near  that place.  i  W. L'. Reid, oi the Moyie Supply  Co., returned from a trip to Nelson  Monday evening. , '  J. N. McCracken of the .Lake Shore  t o  hotel"transacted business in Cranbrook  the first of tho week.  Work'was commenced this week on  the 30x30 building of Paul Jensen and  Peter Berg on Victoria street.  (>i- '  Messrs, Campbell & Reid are stocking up their store with a splendid line  oV-groceries and clothing.  Laronde Bros.' cany the best ' assortment of candies, fruits and vegetabler  iu Moyie. Their store deserves a bib-  eral patronage.  Chas. McLaughlin, traveling jeweler  for Dingwall of Winnipeg, was here  this week, the guest, of Mr. ,aud" Mrs.  J,. M. Mansfield.  A. E. Steele, of the firm of Steele &  McDonald, Trail, spent several days  in town this week. Tho firm may  establish a branch store here. '  Col. H. D. Henderson has been appointed a justice of the peace for  Moyie. A good choice lias been  made in the colonel.  The Leader is in receipt of a  pamphlet setting  forth   the   resources  of  the Trout Lake district.   It was  compiled by the Trout  Lake Trades Com  aiittee.  Tho Kight Hour IJair.  Next Monday, June 12th, the eight  hour lav/ will go "into effect in all  the metalliferous1 mines of British  Columbia. Already most of the mines  of the Slocan have- closed down as a  result of the new law, the mine,ow,ners  refusing to pay $3.50 for eight' hours'  work.  The mine owners and miners of  East Kootenay seem undecided as yet  regarding the course they will   pursue.  GENERAL   NEWS  NOTES.  John Phillips, the halfbreed son of  M. Phillips of-Tobacco Plains, was acquitted last week at Nelson ol the  charge of murdering Edward Bawlf,  near Elko last' summer.  Antonio'Bruno, who was charged  with murdering Guiseppi Puerio, a  fellow .Italian' last August near the  foot of Moyie lake, has been   given his  James Cronin of  the St.   Eugene was j freedom from the Nelson jail.  asked a day or two ago regarding   the  effect the new 1��av would have upon  his mine. He replied .that his, company had not decided' just yet. but  ,that there was one'thing certain, they  would not pay $3.50 for eight hours.  The .miners were ' not seen, but ' it is  understood .they will ��� agree to anything reasonable and that,an amicable  agreement will be arrived at between  employer and employees.    ��� -  '��� -J-O*  HEADQUARTERS FOB OOMMBjKCIAl/  AND MINilNG MEW.    ; .  MOYIK. .   ��� '���-_'��� ��� ��� ��� iillirLSil iiOtAJ'M  LOCAL   NEWS;  . Vick Desaulnioi- of ih'e Central   tvas'  in Cranbrook this \\vetdd. .    ��� ��� .  dysferdA fft^rdom's    dud    Ffshcb-  po'a!s at tide featfdd tim'hVgh'all.  c'd' th'e  The  Since June first all men in the employ .of the St. Eugene company are  assessed #1 PRr month as hospital,foes.  The new order gives general satisfaction among the men.-  James Park, of the Park, Mitchell  Co., and his brother, arrived in Moyie  Thursday morning from their home  iu Ontaiio. The} will remain here  for a few weeks at least.  W.'G. Arn'ald of Movie claims to  have, invented what he terms an, .improved handsaw: By making a peculiar sot in the teeth,- it cam be used as a  crosscut or rip ' saw. He .claims  he dropped onto the idea by  inere .chance. G. A, Merrick, the  Winnipeg, hardware '-man,'will, put' it  before the Diston Saw Co. A patent  has been applied for.  W. F.Gurd, solicitor for the C.'.P.  R. with headquarters at Cranbrook,  was in town today.        A  Ii. W. Barnes,, -chief inspector of  licenses for South East Kooteriay,  was here on busine'is.'"..-" A  11. Allenb'erg, cf S'p'ok'adi'c,- cue of  the managers ol th'e Equitable Life  Assurance Societjv; is iii to'whd  Tom- WelMa'h'; of th'e Koyad Hotel  in cViuib'foofc; jba'saea" through' foM  ih''i's mm'h'ing' ehrOutO to Nelson A  Drowned at  Kootenay Landing.  Cranbrook Herald : A. B. Nevillej  a brakemau(for Conductor Becker, ou  the accommodaiion running from  Cranbrook to the Landing, was  drowned last Sunday afternoon while  riding in a canoe with the operator at  the slip. They were on the Kootenay  river, and the cance capsized. The  operator was rescued, but Neville sank  to the bottom. His remains were recovered Monday aud brought to Cranbrook that,evening. A casket was  prepared here and his remains were  forwarded to Winnipeg on Tuesday  morning's train. Neville was well  known in Cranbrook, and his father  is a tie inspector on the C. P. R. near  Winnipeg.  They  expect  to  commence  laying  Steele on   the   new   Kootenay  Valley  railway in the middle   days   of June.  All the'con tractors expect to complete '  their grading'contracts by July 1.  .Casimir, the   Indian,  was   hung  at  8 o'clock on the morning of June ,2 at-  <-     . ,  Kamloops, for murder.   His last word3  were:    "lam no  squaw;   I    will  die  hke a man."   He was fully repeutent,  and   exhorted   his  tribesmen   to  lead  good lives.  Diiucc STonday Evening.  A social dance will be given at the  Lake Shore hotel next Monday evening, to which everybody is cordially  invited to attend.  Cranbrook Will  Cclebrntc<  Cranbrook is making big preparations for the celebrating of Dominion  day, July 1st. The celebration will be  under the supervision of the Cranbrook board of trade. Prizes to the  amount of $700 will be awarded for  the different competitions.. The C'.-P...  R. will give reduced rates for the occasion, a .      A .-���-.-' . ���'   ���' ���  ' '  The people of Cranbrook extend a  cordial invitation to, the people of the  district to be present on that day and  join in the jollification. No doubt  a large number of Moyie residents will  participate.  A wonderful improvement is being  made on the Central hotel. Tht  gable end of thd- old part has, been  torn away and a large observatory and  bay window is being put in its place.  Last Monday the cylinder head of  the engine at the Park, Mitchell &  Co.'s sawmill blew out, also taking a  piece oi the steam port with it. The  new parts have been sent for and 'will  be h'Cre in a few day. when the mill  will again start up.  DR. MACPHERSON, electric chiropodist. Removes corns,- bunions,  warts and ingrowing nails without  pain. Permanent cure guaranteed:  No extra charge for calling at residences. Will be iii town at the Moyie  Hotel two days.  Jellrlo? Won tlie Fight;  'Jeil'ries knocked out Robt. Fitz^  simmons in the eleventh round last  evening at Coui.r Islnud. Jeffries had  the light his own way nearly all the  way through, knocking his autagonist  down almost at will.  Now  Mot til <Juolut ions.  York,    June   7.���Bar  silver  (i0;f cents.,-Lead, very quiet, $-1.45 bid,  d.50 asked. The brokers' price is"  H.25.    -,'' ;,'._"_        ���/''.      ���'"..'".  Huy; Your Siislt.and Doors at tlie Factory.  rt.ll  11: i:!  t'iMiteti AfS&vtiS left last evening" for  oeWJ* 8ttW.!��~$- ^ -oAi\:\^&[ Siocic to ]6:ii h'is  brother  in clo"  I'h'f asccssmeht- work on   th'eir  chums'  oil Bull river.  . Kauffmati a'nd Scott'-l; Claini-i.  Work will will soon be commenced  oh the Hoi'nesta'ke No. 1 and No. 2,  Bon Ton and Huckleberry m'iueral  claim's. The claims are the property  o'f Chas.   KaufFm'a'ri and   S'.  A  0. G. doors. '2 ft. 6' x' H ft 6 x 1%,  $1.70  each  ,'".     "       ->ftS  x G ft S   x ljij  1.80      "  ���"���      2 ft 10 x-f. ft 10 x 1%  1.90       "������<  12x2-1 sash* glased......   1.25 p. pair  12x2S   '*         :' -..  1.40  14x2S   "         ".   .-.  "���  ;1.60           ('.":  2-1x30.   A     .    '���   ���1.60  TH03. W.IJEASK,  ���I Ckakbkook, B. C.  NOTICE.  Take rio'ttco thrit.R. nicctiug pi  the Board ol  cv.rt'n ��� I License Commissioners for South   Rast K.ootC'  uCOtt,   1U,-V wili heboid ----'-----"--' --���- "-��� -  aiu'd are s'ituafe'd iio't far  Et'igehe idifWe.  frotri   tide   St;  i'rfst'j' sfen'lcVwed fo Hr'nV.  .. Mi�� idiste"; th'edjtaiiari jJ'lVo', fu'ojJ  and ihile'd Ed\Aiftfdffy2n at-O^t^rodlf  on tlie evenmfi c'f Maicli 2'7, \vas sentenced in Nelson last \veel: to Hang oh  August 10'.  at the Court -House, iu tho towr  of i-'ort Steele ou,the��� loth day of June, 1899, r.t  tlie.lioifc'b'f .Eleven' oVjtoeK.hJ th'o furefioon,' to  consfder the foiloSviiVy tipf'Ttc^tidii^ for liijuoi  license?'/,. .i'���  /.���a. M'ji-ie. iictel license.  H; \f; BARNES,'  Chief Inspector.  SUBSCRIBE   FOR THE   LEA:DRE'  d' ll  (?  .  4,1 /I  ,     J' :'  :l!  >w2i.'i&$ f'-M  **-<>"  THE   MAN   AND   THE   COAT.  Ild  Cap  C <  on  the  yea ,  mo:  res] '  , yea  coil  057  for,.".  SSL '  tott  per. '  imc  and  The  moi -  852 "  iod'' v  was  soli- '  aga-  Thc  tho' '<  fori   '  ��1,.  sho  mo:  ,  - two ���;;  bee ' 7  the .,''  ace -  pro .  adv ���  *3, \  sevi, a  Will  "I'I  'i';-)  )���  I  let.t  ope, -  ha?  res-,  ofli  /,et.  pi"o.  ilia  but  cle.  'lar, '  1     1  to t  aur i  sni: \  '     T i  Uef  a c  M'.'  ci ts-  We  sha  Inn  wh  ien,  no.1  fro,-  i||'  ill  i r i  t'1  n-t .i.  I';   V  \  no'  co a  ,An  1118'  f,nb)  ��ubl i  bor'v ���"���  the  r,ho  bor  auo  ens  clu  i be  job  of  tak,  ive  ro '  rea'  t-'iV  Us,   A   ,.  sh  o     '���    ;  anc     '      |  '    1"^  ,-   ,;  wa-     ��� '. 1  as  i  th  ���  11  fu  Wi  ^  to  .  Tl  hr  'hi  a i  in  .C\��- ���  Pi  save.  east  i  bctl<  St,  fr  F  onlj  the '  tl  gre:  In  tlie  u.  ma.'  01  or  ai  in 1  ke''  lea  of  cl  ret  or'  In  i  -le::-  Aid;,-  P.  r;'  Ii  ���  ' V-  *���'.'���  mmu  There'? much m the com beMdes the man.  And I'm telling what 1 know,  Whau-'er its texture, if .--pick or s;3aa  Or if ir bus >p:u Uto iiowers blow  Many a sipiuifr, could it but speak,  Language it lar too poor and weak  To teil all that it ever knew,    '  Tbe whole long story, through and through.,  Keener than any divining rod  Iii search of a hidden stream'  The coat of a man might tell a tale  Of things you -\yould hardly dream���  Of a man who grasped you by the hand  (When the coat was new and fine),  Whose cordial grip and genial smile  ' Warmed up your heart liko wine;  Of how he passed on the other side  When the garment old had Kro\yn,  Though the .same man did within abida  (Save with some illusions flown);  Of a woman who laid her sunny head  'Gainst the poor old shabby thins  Loving the same (though you had not bread).  As though you were crowned���and kingl  Why shouldn't the heart  that's warm and  true,  i    And full as a heart can hold  Of manliness���and men aro few-  Be the same'in a coat that's old,   ���  God grant tho time be coming near,  And that n.mtr.lc yet may be.  When, whale'er a garment man may wear,  Himself is all they will see!  -Mattie' Holland    Jiv.ann   in   Detroit , Free  Tress.    O'ROURKE'S DIARY.  Tho baste almost; lounaerea itself aitin  an drinkin that day  I made bovvhl to say, tho army is a fine  school for a horseman, Iv a man can't}  k.-ipo his sate afthor a few weeks' foragin .  witli tho bullets whistlin about his ears j  there's no varcue iu him that a horse I  would rispect. I  There was times whin I got leave to  ride over to my rigtmint, an that was how  I kem ro give the ordher Thau made Gin-  ,eral Floyd face about an rin like blazes  without let or stop till he reached the'Hol-  stcin Valley railroad. '.   ,  Iv you must knew the truth, it was this  way Instid av goin to my rigiminc 1  sometimes wint; out av the lines to see,  wan av the pursiest gurls wan would  meet in a day's journey. Iv things hadn't  been' so conthrary, there's no tellm but  she might be Mrs. O'Rourke, but as it fell  ou,'; jury an my love for my adopted coun-  thry ordhercd otherwise.  Now, none av the bukes bavo it right.  They musrly tell uzthat Gineral Coxe sint  detachmints av his brigade at Gauley  Bridge, that, marched up the mountains  an dhruv Floyd's foorco aff it. But see  now how easy it is to misconsthrue history  an divart honors I ~  I had joost fastened my horso to the  fince an sat down comfortably like on tho  Dorch with Miss Julia whin kexaa 6econd  lieutenant an poked his nose in. ITe was  afut. Ho hail a wee basket, purtejidin  he was buybi eggs. Says 1 to 'VI f,  "As long as I havo a horse a. , my  legs I'm not the boy to give way t...'. beg  O'Rourke," says tho gineral sternly.  You may be euro I stuck to it bravely  thin, although it was a lie, made at the  moment���I whipt out the _b-6t thing came  into my head. ' _    ��  "I make bowld to asshume the intoire  responsibility," says I. Says the gineral  to himself, *'I can't understand why Ben-  ham an Schenk have failed.3' You see,  thim was ' tho gineraJs histhory tells you  was sint over the" hills -to attack Gineral  Ployd's min in the rear. "Perhaps  O'Rourke's right after all."  Thin 1 rode close beside the gineral an  whispered in his ear, "Gineral, an you'll  rely upon me I' give you the word av an  O'Rourke it's thrue what I'm tellin you,  an iv I may make so bowJd I'd advise you  to lay on thim immajitly���thejr'll run like  wather. It'smeself 'u'd likonothin better  than to ardber the advance."  "I beluve you'r right," said he in a whisper, 4,but for the sake av appcaranocs I'll  jist put it in writin an you'll carry the  ordhers to tho commanders of tho rigi-  mints."  " That was on tho tinth, or will it be the  ninth, av Noviniber���on tho tinth as histhory tells you���min from Coxe's brigade  crassed tho river, wint to the mountain  top an sint Gineral Floyd's foorces right  about ivery man jack av thim on tho ro-  trato,'  Thim's tho facts suppressed by histhory.  Iv it wasn't for Dinnls O'Rourke, though  I say it that shouldn't, Gineral Floyd's  foorces might bo in pasthure there to thi_  day.���David Lowry in Pittsburg Press.  ! A CONFLICT  | OF EVIDENC  ������e����������*rS��������������M8��5  -H v? , **  Jf RODRIGUES OTTOLENGOT, %  "9      Author of " An Artist In      *J*  ���*��� Crime." 2  fr��������������������V<K����������+<��������������  the   farm  lawyer,  eight." '  you, meet  Whin I ordhercd tho advance against  Gineral Floyd���him that was secretary av  war���on the: hoights opposito Gauley  Bridge, on the tintli ov Novimber ISfil, I  ' never dhramed that tho inimy would give  uz a clane pair av lieels. Vou may misdoubt mo, axin how it kern that I, Dennis  0|ltuiirke, eighth corporal on tho company roll, gave any ordher at all, but you  must renumber that 1 was an ordherly on  Gineral Co.vo's sraff, an iv you knew ouy-  thing about war you'd niver axposo your  ignorance by axin sich quistions. Sure, it  was quite common for tho ordhcrlics to  give ordhers���who else, seem they was  wid the gincrals an larnt'tho art av war  oO'haud, as wail may say?  How 1 wint to headquarters needs a few  words av explanation. ��� I was made eighth  corporal bckaso whin tho company first  stood in line the captain (as fine a. man as  iver stepped out av County Gork^) who  niver dhrew a sober breath from Sunday  morn till Saturday uight, closed wan eye  an cooked the other along tho line an ordhercd tiz to "dress to tlie right." and lie  whipped out an oath as ho roared:  ' "May the divil take mo iv they haven't  sint me a shop full av tailors!"  , Thin he walked down the line, llrst wid  his head on wan side, thin on the other.  "Whin he reaphed the l'ut, ho gave uz the  benefit av his obsarvations.  "Fourteen min wid strato legs���enough  to mako sargints an corporals in a pinch.  All the rest as bowleggcd as iv they'd  Gtraddlcd barrels all their lives I"  1 was wan ov tho 14, so there was no  help for it but to make me eighth corporal,  liowsiver, luck was in it. Tho ordherly,  .--eein the, captain made so freewill the  drink, thought it was bchouldin on him  to kapc up the honor av tho company that  way He got blind drunk, was clapped  into the guardhouse, an, as good hick'd  havo it, two straight legged recruits kem  up the samo day an a riqui&t from tho  colonel to detail a man to sarve at headquarters.    There you have it now!"  1 mistrusted whether there'd bo an  dunce av brains left in men, for by the  i-aiuc token I niver was on a horse in my  life, Whin the captain called ine to him  in his tint an bored me like u gimblet  wid his wan eye, says he:  "1 suppose, Corporal O'Rourke, you are  aware av the honor con furred on youl-"  "It's bchouldcn r.o you I am," says 1.  "Aro  you   aware,   sor,   you  will   have  some hard riding. sorA' says ho.  "The harder tho better, sor,"says I,  imttiu a bow Id front on me. An me that  had niver so much as felt a saddle in all  my life! "Put mo on a horse an iv 1  can't manage to go as fast as the fastest  horse can carry a man���which was no lie  ���for unless the baste threw mo sure ha  couldn't do less than carry mel'A  "Well, well," says tho ca'ptain, "it's well  you know beforehand you'll have company  whin you have an empty stomach���there'll  be two av you, but for my part I'd bo content to know thcro was only wan empty  belly���an I'd prefer that was my horse's."  You need not wonder iv things turned  out conthrairy the first day I was tould to  saddle an bridlo my own horse. 1 had  ho stomach to ate, allowin the baste was  minded to let my stomach turn biittom  up an down ag'in���which it wasn't, for  a more contrairy baste niver jolted a mail's  sides out av him���whin I lay down that  night. I was as sore as if all the shillalaha  in Kildaro had bate the divil's tattoo on  my back an legs!"  Thin, as hick'd  have it, the poor baste,    niy.  could naether ate, biro or sup.    He'd crane  his head, thin jerk it   back again as iv ho  garly lieutenant  av infantry!''   '^o whin;  he walked up to tho porch an says. "What j  rigimiut do you   belong to, my man:-" lj  answer.ed, "Faix, an since you know I'm  your man you must know tbe rigimint."  j  "Don't be imperent," says he, "or I'll  report you.",  "Faith," says I, "it's lucky you'll bo iv  I don't havo you coort marshaled an rin  out av camp to the tune av the rogue's  march."  Ho looked at me with open mouth, an  thin to fh:ro him I says, "I'd have you to  know I riprisint headquarters."  Now, the divil was in it or I'd not dared  say such a ihing to my shuparjor oflicer,  but there was Miss Julia, an there niver  was an O'Rourke that would demane  himself before a woman.  "Very .well," saysJic, quite so4berlikc.  "An you'll not favor mo wid j-our name?  "I'll find a way to get it."  "To the divil with names," says I.  "Your ugly face is enough for mo. I'd  havo you know I'm mindin my own business, an, as for you, I'd know your ugly  face among a thousand monkeys. Be aff  with you an seo you don"t bo interferin  again in, lhe ho'ight av sociability atune a  lady an a gintleman."  "I will," says he, "an whin I conio back  with four niuskets you'll have a line an  proper escort to the guardhouse."  So thcro 1 was, makin lovo to Miss  J0ulia with all my might an tho guardhouse invitin'ly open to mo.  Howsiver, Miss Julia's father had some  fine cattle he wanted to sell for mate, seeih  it was better to sell it than have it stolen.  I wiuked whin I rold Miss .Julia I vrould  soon be back, an thin the ould man an I  wint out to look at the cattle. Whin I  rode away, the lieutenant was coniin up  the road-with a sargint an four min.  "Praise bo to God!" says I. "I'rii well  out av that scrape," as I rode'through the  woods.       , "'  I was thinkin av Miss Julia an wonder-1-  in how tho lieutenant would look whin  he found I had the, best'av it, whin bang,'  bong, came the bullets right an left av mo.  "Is it into tho inimy"s lines,I've got?"  I asked myself as I turned tail. I was  gallopin lik'e.mad whin I heard some wan  shout, "Snrrinder, you rebel!"  "Surrinder j'oursulf for a fule," says I.  "I'd not rin from a thousand av youse. It's  you that's cowards."  For, > although my heart was in my  mouth, I put a bow Id front on it.  "A fine lot you arc lo be scaart av wan  man; frighten in the life out av my horso J  ���makin him turn tail." i  "By George, it's'O'Rourke!"  "Is  it  Mr. Jones av headquarters I'm  indebted to for tho  clippin av  my horse's  mai e with bullets:-"' says I ag'in.  Thruo enough it was, an there was tho  adjutant, an thin I made sure Gineral Coxo  was near at hand. You see, they was on  a riconizense���that's the Frinch for find-  in out iv all's as it should bo to be on tho  safe wile.  "What are you doing here?" says tho  adjutant.  "I've been feel In tho inimy's .lines,'.' 1  says.    Tho adjutant roared.  "Iv you don't believe me." says I, "look  at my horse.    He's dead bate."  "What's this?" said tho gineral, lookin  at me sharply.  I was in for it thin, but I niver forgot  the precept instilled into mo by Larry  O'Donovan���niver to pinch a lie no matter  what comes or goes.  "It's the adjutant, gineral, misdoubts  mo whin I tell  him 1-was  feelin tho  ini-  CuuKlit.  Mr. Truax���The one who can say "No"  in such a Way as to make a person feel under obligations is the one that wins in this  world.  Miss Wobbsleigh���I supposo, so, but ol  courso she must say "Yes" after sho'has  been properly tensed.  He thought hard for a few minutes and  then decided that thcro was no way out of  it.���New York World.  Odd.   Iiin't  Iti  Tho season approaches when the graduate will look about him for a "wider'  field, but, strange to say, ho is never impressed with tho old man's advice to take  ten acres and a male.���Atlanta Constitution. , , ' ( ���  Extremely So. ,       ��� ''  Facon���Would you call a man who borrowed money from you and'who never  paid it back a friend?  Egbert��� Certainly. I'd call him one of  my dearest friends ���  your  send  Har-  ���an   there   I  was  scaart  lest   th  should die on my hands.     So  I   tuok   tho  gineral's nagnr cook on wan side.  "Whisht now!" says I. "For your life,  don't mintion it, io mortial, but there "ji  bomcihln wrong wid my pour lior&.-\''  Thin I rowkl him thu way av it. So tho  nagnr wint wid mo to look at the ba.-ao.  L jiourcd out hoineoats. The baste held  up his head, made a dive for the oat?, thin  held up his head as iv ho was chokin.  I'll niver forget tho nagur's look ai ho  made, for tho horse's neck.  "You'm the ntos' ignoriwit whifo man  I ever s>ecd���do tnus' ignorant white man  m de wo 1'���strappin dat boss' throat  tight like ilatl"  An thin they all roared  till  I  thought  thov would fall oh' their horses.    Thribblo  was chokin.    'Twas the same tho next day*gllard j-.ity ud been  a pleasure to me thin  o  basur-if I could have uut awav   fn:  ���om thim. At  last the gineral axed me as polite as if I  was his aiquil instid av joost an ordherly:  ������An how did they respond, O'Rourke:-'"  I looked at him as solemnioiihly as Iv 1  was at my grandmother's wake.  "It's my opinion, gineral, that the inimy is makin ready to relrate."  iv I'd had a whccii av the rapscallions  wan at a time I'd aither broken their  heads, or at laste left thim wid sore jaws  as a token av my temper���they roared so  long an hard whin I answered, though  for the life av mo I nivor could see anything to laugh tit.  "Ilow? You know what tho conso-  quenei'S   will   bo    iv   you   mislead   me,  Mnddenlnsr.  "I happen to have a dress coat. " said  a man about town, "that was made by  Poole.1 tbe famous London tailor, and  I've preserved it with a good deal of  care. To tell the truth, I attached less  value to the garment itself than I did  to,tlie "sign manual of the house, emblazoned on a strip of wbito silk and  stitched inside the collar. It was a trifle  snobbish, I dare say, but if so I've received my punishment.  "A few weeks ago 1 took the coat  along 'with me on u trip to Florida, and  while at a small coast rescrt I'noticed  the buttons were getting worn. The  only tailor in town was a Chinaman,  and 1 gave him the coat with instructions to repair tbe damages, which he  did very neatly. I had forgotten all  about the incident, and one evening  during carnival was at the club chatting with' some visitors from 'Detroit  when somehow or other the conversation turned on high art tailoring.  "One of the strangers sang the  praises of a chap at his , home, and I.  like a fool, couldn't resist the temptation of remarking that my suit was  made by Poole. Thereupon the other  fellow expressed curiosity as to how the  English tailors inserted the shoulder re-  enforcements of dress coats, and I obligingly slipped mine off to allow him to  examine.it. He looked it over, and  when he handed it back I noticed that  he wore a peculiar smile. It was. no  wonder, for, by Jove, in place of the  signed silk strip below the collar was a  great hideous pink tab bearing the  legend. 'Charley One-Lung. Merchant  Tailor. Wayback. Fla.!' "���New Orleans Times-Democrat  Force  of   Hub it.  "Of course you can't imagine what  ' curious experiences we -have with sick  people," confided a trained nurse. "I  have just come from a very interesting  case���a dear old lady, lovely in every  way, but utterly unmanageable and unreasonable on the subject of early rising  Tbe dear woman cannot turn over in  her bed or put her hand to her head���  she is fatally ill, poor creature���but she  wakes me every morning at 5 o'clock to  have her face and hands bathed and  her cap changed. 'Oh.' I groan, 'it is  only 5 o'clock, Mrs.' Lorrimer; that is  too early for sick people to get awake I  Let us have another little nap.'  " 'No, no,' she always answers; 'my  father reared me to get up at ~> o'clock.  I can't disobey my training You must  make my toilet. I mustn't sleep any  longer.'  "So I have to get awake, prepare the  dear old lady for the day���80 years old  she is. and weak and sick���jnst because  she was reared by a father with abnormal ideas of rising time."-  Restorative  You may call it spring fever, say you are lazy or imagine you are only tired ; but the truth  is that vitality runs low in the spring and the blood is thin, weak, and impure.  Deprived of proper nourishment from the blood, and poisoned by the impurities which  it carries through the system, every part of the body cries out for assistance. There is  indigestion and dyspepsia, the liver and kidneys become clogged and inactive, pains in the  back, sides and limbs, headache and neuralgic pains, the nerves become exhausted and  there follows nervousness,.1 irritability, and sleeplessness, female complaints, lassitude, tired  .feeling and despondency.  To rid the system of these distressing ills caused by weak and impure blood there is no  preparation so effective as DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD. It is not a patent medicine,  but the. prescription of America's greatest physician, DR. A. W. CHASE, which has  proved wonderfully successful as a blood and nerve medicine. |  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD contains in pill form all the ingredients required to  purify and enrich the blood. It gently regulates the bowels, invigorates the kidneys and  liver, tones the stomach and digestive organs, and gives new energy and vigor to every  organ of the body.. ; '  DIR,.   CHASE'S   ISTEBYE   FOOD  Fifty Ceuts a Box. at all dealers, or KDJIANSON, BATES & CO., To^eote.  " Miss Carpenter hg^' promised to be  my wife." This caused quite a sensation. It was toh(rablv weli. -i^fown  that they were fond of each other's  society, but everyone had considered  it a " boy and girl" affair, as the two  had grown, ud together and had been  schoolmates.  " How long were you at  chat nteht ?" continued the  " Prom six until half-past  *' You went at that hour ?"  " Yes."  " Before   you   did   so   did  Mr. Lewis ?" <?  Kverlv hesitated a moment, then replied :     "  " 1 think I would rather not answer  that question-"  , "As you choose. You need not criminate vourself. When'you left Riverside,  where did you  eo ?"  " I  went straight  to the saloon."  "Do   you   know   at   what   lime   you  reached ..there ?"  ".At a quarter to nine. I had arAap-  pnintment with a friend at that hour  and just kept it."  '" Was your friend punctual also ?"  " He was walLiiie for me. That la  how 1 fix the time so accurately. He  claimed that I was late and wt compared watches."  "Could,    you    prove    this,    by  friend ?'", ' ' ,'        ���   ,  ;��� He lives near here. You can  for hhn If vou wish. It- Is Mr.  nson's son Joe." '  .Mr. Tupper requested the squire to  send for this man at once, and a'messenger was desnatehed for- him. Mr.  Turner  continued :  "' Do vou own a pistol ?"  ���    " Yes,   sir."  " Can vou send  for It ?"  "1   have   it   with   me."     Taking   it  from   his   pocket,   he  handed ,it   to   the  lawyer,   who  examined   it  closely,   and  then said :t-  " I see tha.t one barrel has been fired  off.    Did vou discharge it. ?"  " I did."  " When ?" �� '     ,  " I prefer not to saw"       f   ''  " What  Is   the  calibre   of   this  weapon '.'" -  "It carries a No. 32 cartridge." ,  " Did vou ever see the weapon which  Mr.   Marvel   had   on   th-r   night  of   the  trouble ^it the farm"?"  " Yes,  sir."  "What kind  of pistol -Is it'?"  '" It  Is of  the same pattern  as this.  There  are ���five,   to   mv   knowledge,   in  Lee."  " Can you tell us who the owners of  these weapons, are and how it happens  that they are all alike ?"  "'Besides rnlne they are four, owned  respectively b.v Walter. Hanv Lucas,  Miss Marvel and Miss Lewis. Each  has the owner's name engraved on the  stock. .About two years a^u the ladles  expressed a desire to learn to shoot,  and Harry Lucas botight ihe pistols.  The, four would frequently meet and  practise at tarsots. As to rnlne. f saw  Walter's, took a fancy to- It and got  one."  "I suppose you'all are fairly good  shots ?"  " All are experts."  At this moment the yoiing man who  had been sent for arrived, and Eyerly  was allowed to leave the stand. The  newcomer took his place, and Mr. Tup-  l.er questioned him.  1    " What is vour name ?"  " Joseph Harrison, commonly called  Joe."  " Do you remember where you were  last  Sunday   night ?"  ,   The   witness   hesitated  and   jdanced  toward   Ever]v.   To   reassure   him.   the  lawyer said :  " It is all riffht. Ycu need  tate to speak. It was at Mr  request lhat you were called,  he seemed much relieved.  " Oh !    Very well !    1 met Everlv  appointment at the saloon.",  " At what time, did he reach there ?"  " At a quarter to nine by his watch,  hut ten minutes to nine by mine.     We  ("iniipared watches."  ������ Was there any special object In this  meeting- ?"  Again did Harrison let his eyes wander toward,Kverlv, but the latter held  his head bowed on his breast, and grave  no answering- slyn. The question was  repeated and   the witness answered":  " yes, sir. ' lie wanted me to take a  letter   for   him."  " Did he have It already written  when  he   entered  the saloon ?"  " No,   sir.    He   wrote   it   after   I   met  hhn."  " Where did you take this letter ?"  " To  Epplng-."  " Why could he have not sent It by  mall V"  "Well, you see,-I don't suppose as  how It makes any difference, now that  Mr. Lewis is dead. But at that tlim-,  th-;y were trying to llnd Walter Marvel, and Will was afraid. If he sent a  letter by the post, In. might b��r putting-  the authorities on the right track."  " This letter,  then,  was addressed to  Walter Marvel V"  " Yes,   sir."  " Did you deliver It to him that  nhrht V"  " No, not till next morning. I put  up at the hotel, and then hunted hlrn  up In the morning."  " Where did you find him '.>"  "His mother owns an old house  down there. It Is out of repair and  ain't been used for years. Jitit' Walter keeps one room fixed up, so's when  he ero.es hunting he can stop over night,  and  it was there I found him."  lug- I must have dropped It in the barn,  I went there to look for It.' While  there, and fully half an hour after  Will had left me, 1 suddenly heard  the report of a pistol, and then another, and I think a third, though I  can't be sure., I know, though, that I  ran to the door of the barn, and saw'  &< man run across the lawn and down  the road. 1 don't know why. but It  struck me It was Will at the time, .and  that is why I have been so troubled  ever since. But now I know differently, for, thank God, he has proved  that he went straight to the saloon.  You suggested to him that he migvit  have committed this crime to serve  his friend, but none of you see that,  though he Is Innocent of having risked  his life In that way. he is ready to  risk It now by, letting it seem that he  is guilty, that no suspicion may attach  to Walter Marvel. My God. are you  ah blind ?"  not hesl-  . JEverly's  ' , At this  by  CHAPTER IX.  INTERESTING TESTIMONY.  During the delivery of the statement  made by Sarah Carpenter there waa  the ' stillness of death. Her,, words  caused a profound sensation, and' even  after she Ceased no one spoke, but eagerly Malted to hear tf.vhai those in  f.-harge of thA invt*!(gallon would have  to say. The squhv at length addressed   the witness :  " You say it was about half an hour  after you had parted from' Everly  when   you  heard   the  shots   fired V"  " Yes, sir," said the girl, eagerly. " I  am certain it was as long as that, for  I went to'the house to get my things,  as I said, and when 1 found that 1 did  not have my key I lojked all about  lhe room Jirs>t, nad It was some time  ihe room first, and it was some.time  barn. When I did, 1' had to get, a  lantern, and It was quite a long time  after I got to the barn before I heard  the shooting."  "Then, provided your estimate'of  the time which elapsed is correct. It  must have been about nine o'clock  when this occurred '."  '-' "I am sure of It. I Jeft Ju:u after  and went home, and H waa a quarter  past nine when S ��� wound my watch  before going to bed."  "Miss Carpenter." .said Mr. Tupper.  " how is, it that if ynu suspected vour  friend. Mr. Everly, you did not go to  him and ask him about this matter ?"  " I'came over here yesterday r...r that  purpose, but Will nad gone to New-  Market."  ' "Was- it-snowing  when you'left  the  farm  on  Sunday  night ''"  ���'No,   sir;   It   had   stopped."  She was then  allowed  to retire,   and  Mr. Tupper called attention to the fact  that her evldeno had corroborated the  idetectlve's theory as to the time of the  shooting-.  The next witness called was Harry  Lucas,    d  "Mr. Lucas,"'asked the squire, "do  you recall the day on which Miss Lewis celebrated her birthday at Riverside ?" ��� "- ���  . " Certainly.      I was there," answered  Lucas.  ���.-"Do you ' recollect , the trouble'between Mr. Lewis and Marvel ?"  " Yes, sir, perfectly."  " When'Mai vel was leaving, did he  Utter any threat against Mr. Lewis '���"  , " He said some angry, words. I  should not care to state,positively what  they were. I was too much excited  myself at  the  time."        (  " Do   you   recall   what  you "yourself  raid   to   Mr. ,Lewis'?"        i  -   " Not  exactly,-sir."  " Did   you   threaten   him ?"  ������ I  don't recollect.      f may  have.      T  was  very  angry and quite excited."  "You   have   heard   of   the   death   of  Mr.    Lewis,   I   suppose^?"  " I   have,   sir."  " Were  you   In   Lee  on   the  night  of  the   murder ?"  " T  was."  " Did you tell anyone that you intended leaving town that night ?"  Lucas remained silent,  " I have been told by several parties  that you were heard to say that important business would call you-out of  town.       Was   that   true ?"  '��� I did tell several people that, but It  wa"  not   true.",  " I am to understand, then; that vcu  told a   lie ?���"',"  Lucaa coloured deeply. " I did net  look(upon it In that way. I had good  reasons for wishing people to think  nie out of town, and, under the circumstances, did not hesitate to speak  as   I   did."  " Will   you   tell  me  what  those   circumstances   were   which   would   .make  you  think  It  excusable to resort to  a  falsehood ��"  " I   would   rather  not."  The   squire    nodded   to  who  took  the witness.  "Mr.   Lucas,"   said   he,  because  you   Intended  to  I -v.  t. w-��'<  i ?'!  ���A  ���   ";'S  . ."-'iii  ~$?  ''v*"S  r.7  -"M  IS  ?  Mr. Tupper stooped and picked up a  small paper-covered parcel. ,whi'*. j,-  unrolled, and taking therefrom a man's  white shi:-t handed it to Lucaa and  asked :  " Do yuu recognize that as y0Ur  property '!"  "I can't be sure," faltered Lucas.  ��� "'It has your name on It," suggested  the lawyer.  " Where  did   you get  it "."  " TWver mind that.   Just cell u* it jt  Is  yours." ��� "  " It looks  like one of mine."  " Exactly.     Nov:, if you please, how  did  you- get   the    blood  on  the wrist-  band ?"  Lucas examined the garment more  clorely, and seemed a little nervous as  he  saw   the   blood   mark.' .  ',' 1 don't know how it got there,"  said he, and then, with some angi-p,  added, " I won't answer another question till you tell me how you came into  possession  of  this shirt."  "It was sent to your washerwoman' l'  on the day following, the   murder, ami '  as she had heard of the crime she kr-j,t  the  blood-stained   garment."  " Do�� you  mean to say  that you accuse me of killing: Mr. Lewis ?" ,n  "1 accuse no one, but I will remind !,/����  you that it is the duty of every hones: %'M\  man to help and not to hinder the ma  chinery of justice.    If  you  are an  In- rj\  nocent   man,   you  should   not,, hesitate '<>;���.7*  to   reply   to   my   questions.     That   we f,,-..>  may  have no more evasion  I   will tell ?.  you   at   once   that  I   know    how- 'the r,  blood got on  your shirt,"  " How should you know, when I tell '  you   I   do   not   know   myself ?"    asked  Lucas,   incredulously. ,  "The  blood  Is your own.   You weie   ''  bitten   by  a  dog,"  continued   the law-  yer.     Lucas started in-surprise. "You  went   to  Riverside,   and  you   were  attacked ,by the  mastiff."  " You  seern well  Informed."  " I only state what Is' a fact." TIkii  suddenly producing the pistol, " Do jm  recognize this weapon V"  At lajst the young man showed slgr.s  of distress, ns he replied, more humbly,   " Yes,   sir;   it   is  mine."  "It w,as found at the farm near the  summer-house. Will you admit now  that you were th'ere ?" Lucas made  one,  last  effort : '  " I may have dropped It there at  any  time���".  "In which case." interrupted Mr.  Tupper, " It would have been covered  by the, snow." Lucas now seemed to  recognize that,further attempt at,concealment would be "useless, and Bur,-  rows even thought that he seemed relieved, as though, in fact, he had'been  .previously playing a part which little  pleased   him. - c'  " You have the best of me," he replied. " Go on. I will answer your  questions."  -   " Very   well.    You   admit,   then,   that  you   went ��� to   the   farm   to  meet   Miss  Lewis, .and that you did see  her?"  " Yes.' sir.".  " At   what   hour   was   your   appointment with tlie lady ?"  "A   quarter'  to   nine."'  "Miss   Lewis  left   you   at  the  summer-house and went toward the river,  did she  not '."'  " How   do  you   know   that ?!'    Lucas  was  plainly  very   much     surprised  "at  the   knowledge   displayed ��� by   the' district   attorney,   who,    of    course,   had  previously been posted by Mr. Barnes.  " Footprints," said Mr. Tupper, tersely. ,.  " Oh,  well 1    You   ore right."    ,  " When did  the  dog attack  you ?"  '  " As   soon   as   Miss  Lewis .left  me I  started   for hoine,  and  the brute came-  'for  me."  ," Did   he bite you ?"  '" Yds, sir; on the arm."     Drawing u��>  his sleeve, he showed .that his'arm was  bandaged.  " Ah !    Then   that   accounts   for   the I  ��Mood   on    the   shirt,    as     I  supposed   t  Now, then, Mr. Lucas,  there   Is another'��.  matter.      Thla pistol  of yours  has an ��  A  r  i _-i  ���    i  empty  shell  in   it.      How  do  you account for that ?"  ' " I used the pistol to defend myself  agni��flt the dog. but he was too quick  for me. and before I could aim at hit.,  he had buried his teeth in my arm.  The weapon was then discharged."  " You are sure," said Mr. Tupper,  speaking with itreat dellberateness, and  looking Lucas straight In the eyes  " you are sure that you did  this   pistol   first, 'and   that   ,the  1  not   fire Mil  noise fell  Mr.'  Tupper,  was  visit  It  net  River-  story  side   farm   that  you   spread  the  of your absence ?"  Lucas made no reply.  " Did you not go to Riverside that  night to meet a lady V" Mr. Tupper  Bpoke  slowly,   and   Lucas   started  and  " Did Mr. Marvel read the letter before you, and did he make any remark ?"  -��� Yen, and he said, ' Will Is a good  friend, and has done more for me than  many would.' "  At this point Sarah Carpenter caused  considerable excitement by jumping up  and   exclaiming :  " Yuu are all going on the wronjj  track. Let me g< on the stand 'again,  and I will provi it." Mr. Barnes  smiled quietly, am Hurrows knew from  the expression of his face that this  was just what he had been counting  upon. Her request being granted',, the  girl did not Walt for the' formality  of  questions,   but  spoke   rapidly :  "I am sorry now that I did not. tell  all I knew awhile ago. 1 did hear the  report ..of a pistol���-yes, and more than  one. I did ma tell before, because I  was afraid it was Will who had done  the shooting. But now I know it was  not. He left rue at half-past eight  o'clock to keen his appointment, and/  I went Into the house to get my things  on. We had been up at the barn.  When I was ready to start for home, I  found that I had lost my key.   Think-  the ����&&  Mr *"-'?-$��  He attmtd a llttlt nervous as ht saw th*  blood mark.  looked confused, but still persisted in  his  silence.     The lawyer continued :  " Did you not meet a lady in the  summer-house, and was not that lady  Miss   Lewis ?"  " How did you know that ?" blurted  out the witness, at last aroused to  speech and -jvidently amazed. Mr.  liarnes smiled slightly.  " How l know is of small consequence," said Mr. Tupper, " but I  will tell you. The detective has been  all over the place, and as fortunately  there was no snow on the ground the.  Imprints of your feet left no room for  doubt that there was a meeting between a man and a woman in that  summer-house. All that was left was  to discover  their  identity."  "And how1 have you done that���that  is, if you have done so?"  " Do you deny that you and Miss  Lewis met at that place and on that  night '.'"  " I  neither deny nor admit It."  " Perhaps you will later. You say  you were In Lee. If not at the farm,  where  were  you ?"  " I was out for a time and then went  home."  "Mr.'Lucas, did you hurt yourself  that  nlRht '!"  " I believe not. How do you mean  hurt myself ?"  " Did any accident happen to you ?".  "I  don't  recall  any."  ft*.-'.-'  AI  did not attract the dog and make him k^  attack you ?" ,    ��� |M  ���AWhat should I have fired at ?" ask- H  ed   the witness. mW^  " Mr. Lewis, perhaps," continued Mr. K^jp  Tupper,   in  the same, measured   tones IpMr  Lucas seemed about to make an angry |j|j|p|||  retort,  but controlled  himself and an- [wlijLj.  swereJ : , !?l^��ip  " The whole thing occurred ns I have fcppfS|  related it.     As soon as the dog opened gr^jfei  his jaws again I  ran for my life, and kj:'jt$M3  as   I  did   so,   I   thought  T   heard  shots  In  quick  succession."  As this seemed to corroborate  story told by Sarah Carpenter,  Tupper paused in'his enquiries,  the   squire asked : >  " Old you see who fired those shots'' 'WjM  " No, sir;  1  did not think of looklnfSSs"  around.   ��� I was  too intent on gcttlnj,'|H  away."  " Can  you say about what time thli  shooting  occurred ," ' , ffl  " I  met Miss   Lewis at a quarter oi eS  nine,   and1 we   talked   till   about   nine,  1  should  say.      It .was a few  minutes  aft,er  when   l  starlml  to   leave."  Mr. Tupper resumed the examination  " Can   you  tell   mi'  who   It  was  that  Miss Lewis went  to rr-?<*t  on the other  side of th-s river ?"  " Did she cross the river ?"  " fl -i-   footprints   were    found    over  tln-re and  also  those of a  man.   Now,  you  must  know who that  man  Is ';"  ���' I   don't see   how  that   follows."  " Why did MIsh Lewis have you met:  her at so late an  hour '!"  '   " I do not  think  that .this is  my secret.     I would prefer to have you art  the lady herself."  " T  think we  may do tha.t, Mr. Tupper," said   the squire.  " Yes. yes, squire,  that will do itilti*  well,"  replied   Mr.  Tupper,  and   with a  pod   the   squire   Dismissed   tho  witness.  He  then   called  fcr Miss Marvel.   The,  young lady appeared and plainly ehoff-|'-'^^|^  ed that she was very nervous over d*0\\ ^/&M  prospect  of  testifying.  " Nov-,   Miss     Marvel,"     began    Mr.  Tapper,  "' we are sorry to   trouble >*o*J  that   we   are   compelled     to  In this matter, but it is so very  everyone  who   by any possibility ��,a'  ue able to throw any light on the terrible crime." ���  "How should  I  be able  to do  *o '  as-ked Miss Marvel, already alarmed'���  " We   do   not   know   that   you  <'11"  replied   Mr.   Tupper,   hastening   u>A.  assure   her.      It   was   plainly   eV',���lj  jbie yuum-Mm  examine ftjiMM  'serl1; \m$m  :$Hb  that   If   anvt'iir.g   was to   be  ���from   this   witness     It would  dint   of   the    greatest: care,  continued   he,   "if  you do  know  thing   we    feel   certain that   yo11  learn<-u  be  t��  ������ nut  any"  not   hesitate  to  inform us at once.  " Hut I  tell you I do not know o'���>(  thing  about  it,   except    what   I   ��u   j  heard." A I  (To be continued.) f*    ^ ,eV(  Rcggars  aro  unknown  in  Meinour"* ,    d  Tho poorest part of tho city i�� tho Ghlu"1 ^ ( jple  -tumor.  l*rtS p..y��i<&'��-y  ii' J.  ���   ��8  up a  ed  hii. h,  a man's  arid  THE MOYIE LEADER.  us  us  your  ueas.  iffgested  w�� It it  se, hcnv  -  wrist-  MOYJCB,    B.    C.  U ��*."i:*-     ���    U N PLEASANT  'rA'-'An'R"'- ,   1 ll4Ad".____����--_ "W_��  it more  rvous nS  ^i^Charley,  it^S-M. Torkins.  |.t3^fji*Whn t'��th  Such,  a Strict   Vctfeto-  r-Iou Too. ,  dear!"  exclaimed  you in.  iWhat's the matter?" asked her hus-  , who was so much alarmed by her  ffXfJ^fiSSner that he nearly fell down trying  |&^^^et his overeho��3 on" in a hurry.  lhere-" mwM$Wa about mamma."  ansf'r' P#��f��isahe' worse?"  me into |v#^^^|''^0" ^nt 3usi; see '"'hat the doctor  tuasjpreficribed for herl"  lilt's no use," he answered. "It's  g&jEan, and all the Latin 1 know is  ~'Ilia est omnes diviaa into three  furta1''  fe$'ifl found out the meaning of it at the  . r,emIrifl ISMting store.''  hones: SsHSS-vStt ,-,   T ���.���    r n  the ma. i^^S^M^"e^ * suppose  the man could un-  an  1  rwoman  ler, ami  she kept "Kg  you ao-  a; |W|^Wel],  n. i^^denrtand it and fill the prescription, and  hesitate ��^i_atJs all you wanted, wasn't it?"  will Z\ mBffl$Pht 1 wouldn,t think of letting hi  "���-������ ��"^  n I tell yj',!||'M0e.f|You  know I  a8ketl .Afd^rpliyfng a trick  on   manim  ;,J'*'rffv_��.,__.'_.i._ ;t ������;. *-._ i���-n,nn  u were ",l.W?;  im  jjSll^that   prescription.    Mamma would  |bia*'it but, and she would never forgive  wouldn't   think of  a, even if  I  %.S;pLtbought it was for her own good."  Asthma Cured  i Al'U-r      Twelve       Yean,'       HutVerltig'-Tu-  j l-onto    Phyaloiaii.s   Advised   Lcuvlng  JJer      Hume   tu   go   to    ^Manitoba���  | Clarke's Kola  Compound   Cured.    '  j Mrs. MoTaggart; fcO Vanauley St., T_r-  ! ontOjV^ffTia-s : '-1 'have befen Troubled. -ivith  j asmr__>_iid -bronchitis for twelve .years, which  | gradually grew worse eachyear f_ spit* of the  j hundreds ot' doHars'iny husband lias spent with  se\ era 1 doctors, arid, almost every remedy we  could procure, which only aflordl-d u-inporaiy  relief. Kor ihe past two years I could not lie on  I my Ipft yirb' and daring ihe past vear previous  to taking Clarke's Kola Coinpouiilt ihe asthma  lieeamoo sevete tliut I had nor had a lull  night's sleep, and during most of thai time we  laid a doctor 111 attendance. We gave ujj several doctors, as I was hecoming no belter, and the  laat doctor, after about two months' treatment,  told me he coald do nothing for inc. and advised me to go to Manitoba or some dry climate.  We heard ol Clarke's Kola Compound being a  cure for asthma, aud beiore taking this remedy  made several inquiries from those ivho hsd  taken ll, mid in each case loun:i the result so  satisfactory; that we, resolved to try it. After  taking the first bottle 1 became much belter,  unit began to sleep well at night.". JSince lutein,.' the third Iwitie I have not felt the slightest  Hynrptuins of my former trouble. 1 have, during ihe past faix months gained neatly -1) iiounds  in flesh and feel perfectly healthy m evwy way.  I can assure you that I will do nil'in my power  to induce any fluilerer from thl�� terrible disease  to try it."  Certified correct by  Peter McT.-iggurt, Proprietor of Toronto Lfciiry Co.  The Intelligent Jury.  La-w court stories were especially attractive to Hicks, and he told many of  them. His great story, which was almost a dramatic sketch, was of the acquittal of a Cornish doctor who was  charged with the murder of his'mother-  in-law by raising arsenic with a dish of  rabbits and onions, whi_h he gave her  for supper The setting of "the court,  the swearing of the jury, tbe speeches  of counsel, and the judge's charge were  all related byHickawith marvelous humor  The climax to the fnn wag the confabulation of the jury as to the verdict  they should give, and their individual  reasons for returning a verdict of acquittal���from the juryman who "didn't  bold with old 'oinan eating rabbits and  onions for supper" to the juryman who  declared that "it wasn't a ha'po'th of  odds to him, and 'twas bjt an old 'o_q  an."���Cornhill Magazine.  le  la-w! 'A^SMe". that's the doctor's business.'  You  ere  at-  ���&*jffiif%  Latin preserip-  The druggist  " Then  Do y��i  d signs  ; hum-  ear the  it now  :   made  ;re    at  d Mr.  :overed  ned to  it, con-  1 Bur,-  led re-  d been  1 little  c  he re-  r your  ,.   that  Miss  >polnt-  ,���,      Jut, Charley, that  '-vAtlon^ineana,'liverwort.  ���' -Y said so.'  \'���'��,,^Well, what of  it?   Pre .taken the  iv.'ituffrhy' the pound." .  i';Z$$$Pl course, so have I.   I think I had  A'v.j'iBDme with youACharley, in a cute little  ;   "'vQernian   restaurant.    But  I   wouldn't  id'.'Atoink of giving it to mamma, even aft-  i'A/^'^O;'prescription.  You know, mamma's  lu^encfi a strict vegetarian I"���Wushing-  ^tptgStar  \\rnjit�� to Sliare Honor*.  I^I^^Iiere was a   disagreement, and   the  ||^^oblther undertook  to straighten thongs  'Why can't  yen   play nicely?'; she  :ed.  ',  'Canse  ho wants   to boss things, '"  iswered the younger.   "He wants me  play I'm  president  of  the  United  tes.'  Well.-why don't you?"  'Cause it'8   my turn to be Dewey  can't   be  Dewey all the time.,"���  ���ashington Capital. r  ii  A  Wonderful  Appetite. ,  The digestive power of tho heron is  remarkable, as well as its capacity and  ability to swallow large fish, says For  est ami Stream The neck seems to expand ,as if made of india' rubber���the  fish slips down; and, the bird is read}' for  another in eating beef, large bones are  swallowed intact On one or, two occasions after feeding beef this way. great  alarm was felt, as the birds showed  signs of great distress, bat the uneasiness was' soon calmed when ' the bird  threw up u large bone, clean and white.'  the meat having been thoroughly digested.  Iu eating catfish they instinctively  pierce it with their strong beaks, until  there 'is' no question in their simple  minds bnt that it is harmless. If in  their hurry to swallow their food, it  goes down the throat covered with sand  or trasb. they immediately eject it,  carry it to the water and, having rinsed  it well, swallow it again.  .Worms caube feverishnt-ss, moaning and  rest'esf'ness during sleep. Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator is pleasant, sure and  effectual. If your druggist has none in  fatock.'get him to procure it for you.  A FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT.  sum-  river,  Lucas  =ed at  e' dis-  ?, had  James,  terse-  u ?"  me  ilnlnrniilliiil Orcr'il   Durum;? Xctriil*.    '  According,to the story of an aged resl-  nt of Flt'/.roy, One, he well remember?  e tlrna when there   wai,  bur. one dani-  p needle in   that,   county, and the only  111 wasa day's journey distant.  Ouo day a Mm, Dickson, who chanced  have temporary po_se__lon of the darn-  needle aud had it   carefully stuck In  apron in a holder set off  for the mill  ISfith a bag of grain laid on the hack of a  jBOrse.  .^^SThe.   good   lad v.  had   a-rough road to  cainf'Ml||pv(>l and unfortunately lost tbe darning  f��|||||.eedlo.  This was really a public calamity  ngr^J'  ^Wf yilzroy-  Nearly 20 houBowivo* depend.  n was  Ol^,' "pen f,hat darning needle for reiviiriny  *?}H_B!ks and for oilier   cixirso   niundiOfj.    It'  ���rL the  ��    ���^ jTissed   from   one 'house   to   another   by  po?ed. F    ,  special ines-tenger, and every woman had  iother'1-A      tbe use of It.   one   day    in , three   weeks.  a-s an Ks'^-Another darning needle could not then be  .,'��$!'?procured nearer   than   Porch,    a distance  i'.'.^hof 60 miles a way-  |j&i��&(Tidings of the disaster which   had, be-  Hon Mrs. Dickson soon spread, and   on  ����>i_Se following morning   a   do/.on women,  jtiqmo of them accompanied by   their chil-  53.?en and somo by their husbands, turned  fc.to search threts miles of   forest   path.  seemed a hopeless task, but keen   vycs  o bent upon' every portion of tho high  r, and at length one little girl   espied  A   great   shout   was   raised, and the  ���^wffi.___d news was carried along the   lino   of  asK- &i'Mi__lirohers.   Tho party returned homo, and  rejoicings   In   newly-settlod   Fitzroy  t day wore great.  jjnards Liniment Lumberman's Friend  It may be only a tri.ding cold, but neglect It and it will fasten its fangs in your  lungs, and you will soon' be carried to an  untimely grave. In this country we have  sudden changes and must expect to have  coughs and colds. We cannot avoid thein  but we can effect a cure by using JBiekle's  Anti-Consumptive' Syrup, the medicine  that lias never been known to fall in curing coughs, colds, bronchitis, and all  affeotion_ of tho throat, lungs and,chest.  Ballot I'roof Game  p_*ffi  S,13J"S3  and.  the i%il  iots''"P  okliii?pte  rttin.p  �� tills j  er c.( |  nine,  nutes  '   What  Slie Mount.  ^I'Tho  Idea  of  her  having tho nerve to  Uui sho first saw the light iu 18781"  ||l would   not  judge   her  too   harshly,  fhaps she   meant  tho   arc light,  '"lapolis Journal.  -In-  Peasant���Are there many changes in  yonr hunting parties?  Forester���Yes, there are a good many  different sportsmen, bnt it's always tho  same hare.���Hcitcre Welt.  TO PREVENT IS BETTER THAN  TO RifiPENT.��� A little medicint, in the  shape of the wonderful pellets which are  known as -Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  administered at the proper time and with  the directions adhered to often prevent a  s-erlous attack of sickness and save money  which would go to the dootor. In all irregularities of the digostivo organs they  are an Invaluable corrective and <��� by  cleansing the blood they clear tho skin of  Imperfections.''  Alpha Separator Shaft  Breaks and  '"   Plays Havoc.  A frightful accident occurred at the  Elgin Creamery, at this place,, last  Wednesday morning, which, by good  fortune, caused very little damage,  considering the circumstances. It  . seems almost a miracle that no one was  killed.  The separators   had   been  started for  the day, and had  just' got   under full j  motion,,when Geo. Segar, who was attending to a belt   near by, noticed that  one of   the t separators was  making  a  peculiar noise and was not   acting just  right, and he called to  his  brother, J.  W. Segar, who was iu the weigh-room.  Tho latter then started from \.ae weigh-  room to the floor which the  separators  were on, and had no more than-reacbed  the bottom of the steps   when''the air  was filled with all kinds of flying iron,  sho-;, steel, etc.    Some of Hie  missiles  struck J. W. in the head, aud inflicting  several wounds aud bruises aud knocking him  senseless.    He   was  immediately taken to   his home  aud   medical  aid  summoned.    A  careful   examination  showed   that   tbe   wounds were  nothing of a'  very serious   nature, although the  side of  his   face   and  his  head  was   quite   badly, scratched and  bruised! <   ' ���-  The damage was caused by the  breaking of the shaft to the separator  close, to the bowl and leaving'the bowl  free whiie revolving at the high rate of .  6,000 per minute. It tore the. casing  and covers of the separators into small  pieces,' and it was these which did the  damage. The bowl jumped around  the room quite lively before it stopped  and left its marks good and deep wherever it struck. ' Parts of the casing  were fouud. imbedded in the walls all  about the room,aud several pieces went  through an inch door near at hand.���  Dairy report, April 7. .   ���  ermanent  ure of  ait Rheum.  The permanent cure after permanent cure that is being1 published  week by week has placed Burdock  Blood Bitters far, above all other  remedies in the estimation of the  sick and suffering-.  Even the severest and most chro-,  nic  diseases  that  other   remedies  fail to relieve  yield  to  the  blood  purifying-,  blood enriching- proper-  tics of B.B.B.  Salt Rheum or Eczema���that  most stubborn of skin diseases,  which causes such torture and is so  difficult to cure with ordinary remedies���cannot withstand B. B. B.'s  healing, soothing- power. t i,  The case of Mrs. Jas. Sanderson,  Emerson, Man., shows how effec^  tive B.B.B. is in curing- Salt Rheum  at its worst, and curing- it to stay  cured.'  This is what she wrote :  ��� " Burdock Blood Bitters cured me of a  bad attack of Sjilt Rheum three years ago. ���'  It was so severe that my finger nails c_me"  off. I can truly say" that I know of no  more valuable medicine in the world than  B.I3.B. It cured me completely and,  permanently, as I have never had a touch  of Salt Rheum since." ,  .  ARTLY  ADELAIDE  ST.  MEMBER OF THE  STANDAKO   MINING  EXCHANGE.  12  ADELAIDE  ST.   E.,  TORONTO.  ALL  STANDARD   BRITISH COLUMBIA, ONTARIO AND REPUBLIC  STOCKS   DEALT IN ON COMMISSION.  I am offering some attractjyei money  making rl��ck.s just now.    It will  pay yon  Plough's, Moreing & JSeals.  fceep in toucli with ine.     COOJiiS;    iiedford JleXeill's".  to  __  ust have the  genuine, The  imitations look  veiy nice> but they  hurt mydeli^teSBlN*  T)'^ AteeR-rTpiLET Soap Coy.  nsr^.Tioasr^.x.  OffDERED PHOSPHATE  THE  BEST  FERTILIZER  KNOWN  RESUSCITATES worn out Lands, IMPROVES Good Lands  and makes the Best Lands BETTER.  Ji'Jr- Cheaper and be ter than Bluestone as a preventative of Smut and Rust,  besides increasing the quantity and improving the quality of the Crop.  AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY DISTRICT IN CANADA.  NATIONAL FARMERS' COT, TORONTO; ONT.  Dear  Brooms,  Householders will  have  to ��� make    up  bhelr minds to pay more for their brooms.  On account of the short crop of  broom  corn last fall the price of .the  article  has  soared up until it  is  now   200  per cont  higher than it was five months ago. Wire  and twine, which also figure in   tbe  cos  of brooms, have advanced in price.   Manufacturers of brooms have  alreadv  madt  three advances In   prices   since- January  1st last, and the,, prospect,  are  that  th*  end is not yet     There  is  a .shortage  ol  over 15,000 tons of broom corn  and   until  another harvest, say Nov.   1st  next,   the  price of the article will be very high.  Doubtle����.  The Husband���It is very bad for you  to ciirry'yonr poeketbook in your hand.  The Wife���d suppose you think it  would be better if yon could carry it.���  Yon ken-- Stiitesninn *       '  Tit for Tut.     '  Zimmerman, the eminent physician,  was,sent from Hanover to attend _i"red-  erick the Great in his last, illness. One  day the King said to him, "You. have, I  presume, sir, helped many a man into  nnother world?"  This was rather v a bitter pill for the  doctor, hut the .dose he gave the King in  return was a judicious mixture of truth'  aud flattery: ' ,J  "Not so many as Tour Majesty, nor  with_so much honor to myself."  S-oro, Hack   or Side ,  Is promptly rolieved of all pain by u_-  ing Griffiths' Menthol Liniment. ' This  remedy, immedintely penetrates to the  painful parts, relieving in a few minutes.  Meuthol Liniment is superior to plasters  of any kind for lame bank, pleurisy, cold  on chesc, etc.    .411 druggists, 25ots.  Alfred A. Tuvlor, of Jfarparee. savs:  'Ouo bottle   MTNARD'S   LTNIMKNl  ���ured a swelling of   the  {ramble   joint  iud saved a horse worth ��140.  Thos. VV. P.iyne, of Bui ln-r.<t. .-aver"  he life of a vulnab e horso that tin  v'or. had j-ivrn up. -wirh a lew bottle.'  if   MfXAKDAS LLXniENT.   . *  Ilai��i��y Token*.  I sees de svcn' a-burutn,  En de blue in overhead,  En do sun.shino is u-turnin  Er do melon heart ter redl  En good U��'il sen' do weathOT  En Bprt.-atl do vi'Iet bod,  We'll ull git home tergetlior    -  Wlmr du melon heart ia red!  ���Atlanta Constitution.  Ltlon.  that  other  over  No\i,  met:  fr',\' Unruly   ,V����m,  Comedian (during oc��an scene)���What  are tho wild waves saying?  Manager���They threaten to scrlko If I  don't ralso their safarie*.���Now York  Journal.  i Keep MInard'8 Liniment iu tho house.  The Heal Put lent.  The convalescent author consented to  receive the reporter. t  "I am progressing very nicely," he  replied in answer to the usual query,  "but how is the public?"  "The publicV"'a_ked the reporter.  "Yes. Has it rallied fully from the  poetry written about my illness?"���  New York World.  Tup-  quits  Hli a  ness  .Th��  how-  r thA  Mr  you j  min*  rlo"'  ma/ j  ter  ��� -No man an correctly estimate' rue  ftrue value, of ii woniau or n t(old mine.  pnX thousands of rneii have gone broke  'tirying to hud out ���Chicago News.  ltcpiirle<  Slfr  The Duili-a Kick.  Cliolly���It's a beastly shame, baw  Jove, faw nu Amewican girl to innwwy  ono of those, English swells, doncher-  know.  Algy���Yaas; especially when wo get  op such good imitations ovah heah.���  New York Journal.  "Why Xot Use a. ToothplclcT  Yeast���You say your neighbor is a  mean man'?  Crimsonbeak���Mean is no name for  him I Why, ho takes his soup with a  forki so it will last longer I���Yonkers  Statesman.  TOTALLY DEAF.���Mr. S.-E.Crandell,  Port Perry, writes: "1 contracted a severe  cold last winter, which resulted in my  becomlDg totally deaf in one ear aud partially so iu the other. After trying  various remedies, and consulting several  doctors, without obtaining any relief, I  was advised to try DR. THOMAS* EC-  LECTRIC OIL. I warmed the oil and  poured a little of It into my ear, and bo-  fore one-half tho bottlo was usea my  hearing was completely restored.    I  X Mistaken Imprenlra,  "Did you  hear about  the speech 1  made just before tbe close of congress?'  inquired the returned statesman.  "We read it  out   loud  down  to the  afore," answered Farmer CorntosseL  "Ah! \��hat did you- think of it?"  "Well, we didn't blame congress fur  makin, up  its   mind   to   quit  an   go  home'.'"  National Binder Twine.  E. A. LISTER  & CO., Ld.,  232 King St., WINNIPEG.    .  CREAM SEPARATORS: With one of bur  Separators you make as much butter from  , 8 cows as you. can from 10 or 12 without  one���make it lietter���rear better calves, and  save a great deal of time and labour. Our  Separators stand twice the wear, and t-ear  of any other separator and -never fly off th4  1    handle.  afford all the conve-  GiVSO_4l_vE ENGINES:  nience as a Power in  electricity does in"dtles."  best and most moderate in price and install  them with our own experts.   Capacities 1 to  -i> Horse Power.  country places" CQat  We nandl��! the  TREAD  POWERS:   "We are sole agents for  '    the St. Albans.   One Horse Powers kept In  Stock.'   Let that herd pony do the' 9eparat-'  ing, churning and pumping, and you will  live longer yourself.  FACTORY KDRNTSHIN-GS: Churns! Butter  Workers, Butter Boxe3, Cheese Boxes, Egf  0 Cases, Color. Bandage, fine Dairy Salt, etc.,  etc.   Several car loads just arrived.  "Write   for  prlees   and. particular*.  Can't Get Away-  And you Cant Get Away from  ,  the TACT that  WHITE STAR  la What You OUQHT to use BECAUSE of  irs PURITY  "     STRENGTH  CHEAPNESS.  <(  heard of   other  oases   of  deafness  cured by the use of this medicine.'  Maple Lake Station, Ont.  March 10th,lS99.  National Farmkhs' Co., Toronto.  ,     Dear Sirs,���1  received the National  Binde  hAtrt ' Twine, which we are well pleased with.   It i-  'T'1- I g->od. uls > the 1-l-karat goM-p nted watch.   Wi  being  gXKi. nis > the i-i-i  think it ia levelv, and gives good Niiisfuction  With thanks.   Yours trulv.  GEOKGE WAUGH.  Doubted Ilfin.  He���Give   mo  one  kiss  that I may  cherish it forever.   A ���  ' She���Is that all.yon can saydii proof  of your love���that, if I kiss you you  won't give it away?���Indianapolis  JournaL ��� '��� A ���- . ���'- ��� ' ���   ", A  A TONIC FOR THE DEBILITATED.  ���Parmelee's Vegetable Pills by acting  mildly but thoroughly on the secretions  of the body are a valuable tonic, stimulating the lagging organs to healthful  action and restoring them to full vigor.  They can bo taken iu graduated doses  and so used that they can oe discontinued  at any time without return of the ailments which they were used to allay.  "Tnlk"  "Won*.   Build   Ilouit.x.    ,  We've heard it btatcd, "Talk is ehc'iip!*'  So while the mud is tuo (Vi-t ileu,i  In many highways of thu land  The people scold to beat the build.  Hut vi'ry hki'ly, by and by,  When summer comes, and roads are dry,  The ones who now put-up a bluff.  ���Will say, "Our roads are good enough!*'  -I��� A. W. Bulletin:  Ground  For a Pe'unlon.  "What grounds have you for asking*  pension-"  Applicant���Why, when tho engagement  )cgan I lost my, hcad.^���Baltimore Jewish  _!ouiinerit. ���  .''' Itenllcni. v. ;A -  When the realistic artist  Got thirsty at his work,       ,  He seized his facile pencil  And deftly drew,a cork.  ���D��U-oi*. JoursJd. :'"  Ask your nearest dealer to write us for prices  .THE H. A. KELSON k SONS CO., LIMITED  MONTREAL,   QUE.  CENTS   PER   LB.   CAN.  THE DYSON-GIBSON CO.  rnft  j    The  Stick���I   think   you're  looking  v \ ever so much better.  ,    The   Umbrella���Oh.  yea,   I'm  completely recovered, thank  you I���Punch.  DcHiicrntlon.  The nervous man had gone from corner to, corner in a vain effort to guess  at which corner the motorman, endowed with lordly authority by his superiors, would next consent to take ou passengers. At last he sat down on a fire  plug and exclaimed:  . "I wish we'd have another blizzard 1'  The   people who   heard glared indignantly, anil one exclaimed:  !   "What do yon mean by wishing auy  such wish as that?"  "I know it seems inhuman.' I appreciate the disagreeable features of such  an occasion as much as anybody, bnt a  blizzard is the only thing I can,think  of that ia dead sure to stop one of these  cars."  :i  Minard's Ijniinent is used tir Physicians.  ., From those terrible''side  aches, back aches, d headaches and tho thousand and  one other ills which make  li.e full- of misery.  Most of those troubles are  duo to dmpuro,. imperfectly  filtered blood���tho. Kidneys  are not acting right and in  consequence the system is  boingpoisoned with'impuri-  ties.  DOAiVS KIDNEY PILLS  are   daily proving thomselves woman's  greatest'friend and benefactor.  Hero is an instanco:  Mrs. Harry Fleming, St. Mary's, N.B.,  saj's: "The use of Doan's Kidney Pills  restored mo to complete J health. The  first symptoms 1', noticed in my case wero  severe pains in tho small of my back  and around the loins,, together with  general weakness and loss of appetite.  I gradually became worse, until,  hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a  box from our druggist.  I am pleased to testify to their effectiveness in oorreeting the troublos from  which I suffered. id  Tho winners of the sewiDg machines in  the Koyal Crown Soap Co.'s competition  for the week ending May Cth are as fol  lows: Winuhxjg, Lizzio Anderson, 802  Gwendoline St.; Manitoba, T. Mutrie,  Macdonald; N: \V. T., Mrs. Frank Terry,  .Whitewood. This competition will be  discontinued after the 20th of this month,  when tho last drawing will take place.  All persons having ooupons and wrappers  must havo them in before that date." ,  BRITANNIA, BEAVER and BUFFALO are the finest India and  Ceylon TEAS packed. Put up by  MacKENZIE & MILLS, Winnipeg  STEP  PURE  READY  MIXED  BJLNDKR  TWINE.  SELECTED MANILA  HIGH GRADE MANILA   ���  (All made this season from Pure Maniia Hemp)  A.sk for Prices and Samples.   Spoilal, inducement-, to cui/oud Huyt'i'*.  THE  INDEPENDENT CORDAGE  CO.  (Limited), Toronto.  Manufacturers of Manila and Slsul  Hinder Twine ,^nd Uupo of t-very description.  Mado wilh  JtAXITOKA'  ��������� %i>-sk_H>  Oil-.  To Blalte Real Estate Move.  "He has. donated' a site for a public  bath."  "Yes; he hopes to start a movement  in real estate in that section. "���-Detroit  JournaL  Poor Papa!   '  Tommy���Mamma, why have you got  papa's hair in & locketY  His Mother���To remind me that he  once had some. Tommy.���Jewelers'  Weekly.  Is there anything more annoying than  having your com stepped uponP Is there  anything more delightful than getting  rid of,it? Holloway's Corn Cure will do  it.    Try it and be oonvincod.  For inside and outside House Painting, ' Floors. OeilingsA Walls, Roofs,  Elevators, Granaries, Metol or Wood.  Reliable Paiut for all ourooses.  Sold hy UP ��� TO - DATE* Hardware  Dealers.  Instruction R-lven bv mail t-d those who can-  Full particulars on appli-  O. W. DONALD, Socf  g-  not attend college,  satioh to     ,  .,, Winnipeg Business College.  MAX17.FACTUKE3   BY  G. F. STEPHENS   &  d   v^iisrKriiPEGS-.  CO,  is, for Minard's Liniment and ta_-_ no oflw!  ��  SUFFERING WOMEN  . I can cure permanently all  diseases peculiar to woineu,  such as  displacements, inflammations and ulceration  of womb, painful, suppressed and: irregular menstruation,  leucor-  |rhcea,etc. WRITE ran FREE BOOK.  Krs. J_li�� B. Richard, Box 936, -ontre*!, O.aa.'  r  prevented  fr\hyjising  BARBER SHOPS R,vo �����l Trent.  ment at 10c an Biipllcatloii. or lures botUu  At arucclnti, (11.011 I'.ottlo exproiiscil. ��1.00.  Sample with booklet ou tlio hair, 10�� postpaid... ' ���  JONES BROS. & CO., Toronto.  In toueli; tone and fln  ish'they have no equal.  Correspondents wanted in every town to ao\  as agents.  KKID BUOS.. 257 King St., West,  Toronto.  HIGH, GRADE PLOWS. EEEDINQ MACHIIfES,  CarrliitroH, Wagons, Bnrrown, TVliiUmillA,  *��.   COCKSHUTT P1.QVT CO., WlnulpeB.  ."AUCAS, STEELE k BaBTOL  Xlmporter8 of Grocet-lei  %nl6 US. Hamilton, Out.  Circle Teim  L. S. St B. Coffent  L.S. & B.Ejc tr��Mjt_  L. 8. & Ii. Spleen  U.   ����0  -r"  4:1  '�� .1  4.   t'E  . ���'��� Horse-races, Foot-races, Indians wrestling on  i '  Horseback, Bicycle-races, Base-  ball Foot-ball, Etc., Etc.  Assessment Work Contracts Tukpii.  Parties wishing to have assessment  work done on claims injhe vicinity of  Moyie, will do well to consult or write  the undersigned for terms. Work  loft in my care will be promptly at-  ended to, and satisfaction, wil ,be  guaranteed. S. A. SCOTT.  SAW. AND PLANING MILL  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles. .���.  JJOYIH,' b. c.  W  in  f. /  PRICKS  APri.Y   OR  "VVKITK  GK Rk MUIR, Mgr.  &sig  A small army of working men can  now bo seen morning noon and night  going to and from their work. Moyie  is rapidly assuming,an unprecedented  air of activity and her payroll is increasing as each week passes.  CkANBKOOK extends a cordial invitation to tlie. people of  the distiict to be  ;,nro_en,l on that day and join in  the jollification.  HOTEL FOB, SALE.  The Lake Shore Hotel in Moyie is  for sale.' The building is 2(5x52 in  size; has 10 bedrooms, bar .room, office, dining'room and kitchen; furnished throughout and in a good location. .For further particulars apply to  Clayton, Manukl A Co,,'  ortto  J. M. I_JNDS'AY,-"_,rOYIE.  I  BREWERY, m  mm  , ��3$0_  -JBKEWKHS  Oi"���  Nelsox ;  ?o. ���  sor  wa:  En;  $49  I  let!  ope  h'ti-  ros:  offi  /et  ])1'C  dia  but  cle;  lar  J  to I  UI1C  srii ,,  rj  Led  a c  . m.;  cic1  We  shn  ha.  wh  ien  1101  fro.  Silvertonian: Hewitt Bostock is  making himself solid with the people of Movie and Grand Forks. His The p. I.3,. R. will give- reduced? rates for the  .plain talk in   regard  to  the, way  the ',_..'  Canadian Pacific It.ihvay  is  treating U_.a&_uU.  'these places' touches a responsive  chord in the1 breasts of his constituents, and ha8> a welcome sound, coming from a chamber which appears to  to be dedicated to the land grabbing  monopoly.  KEGS  AND  DOTTLES.  FINE LAGER   BEER  AND PORTER . ��.  .   .  Orders Promptly attended to.  R. Ricostrer and Co., Props.  NELSON, B. C  ; ft-.  :.fi ',  iii: a  f<ii!  The acquiring  of  the Lake-  Bhoie  mine  by  the   Canadian  Gold  Fields  Co., anil   the  favorable  indication "of  the  Gooderham-Blackstock syndicate  securing a controlling interest  in  tlie  St. Eugene, means that  the .principal  mines   of   Moyie   arc   becoming the  property qf some of the strongest companies operating in British Columbia.  It means that they' will be worked  on  an equally large scale with  the  same  ���companies' mines in the Kossland district.   With this  the case an  exceptionally bright future  is  in  store  for  Moyie.  Tlie stock of the MOYIE SUPPLY CO. has been  sold to Messrs. Campbell ciAReld, who arc putting  iu a full stock of Groceries, Tobaccos, Pipes, Boots,  Shpc's and Clothing, and who will be prepared to  give the citizens of Moyie everything required in  these lines   at' a close  cash price.    .Give us a  call.  la, the Only'Cure Specially  Prepared  FOR  Try  ��� ��� KOOTENAY  a'  Coughs and  Bottle ���  Colds a .  .   .  FOR FINE  i  #  v-4  V-"M*8  !''vM3g  Scut by,31 nil 50 Cents.  R. ��, BEATTIB,  Wrufr��l_t, ��� .    CKANI1KOOK,  B   0.  uo_  XOTICE  \   A,  ,no'  COD    ! '  au ;  nie> A"'  borA ;;|\  the ]\[  the ';  hor  :m& ; .,  ens' ;,  clu '['  the  jou ���;  of       ;:.  rak  ..,  ive \t ,  ro ^  .   '  rea' A  Us  i  siiQ :  ulh  ���  t  ho  wa  us  ti  ll'  fu  Wi  -  to  Tl  Ik  hi  in  sir-  o *,  PW;  east  ���  bctt*  Stj  onb  fr  F  the  tl  crre:  bi  the  1L  ina  Ol  ,  in \  Cf  a i  Ue'  lea  rei  oi  oi:  d  tr��  j  'Ve  tl  1J  V  li  \  "%��  V  The   practice   of   running    freight  trains through' Moyie at a  breakneck  speed  should   be stopped.    Not  only  Unit, but the bell which is attached to  the engine for",the purpose  of giving  Warning while passing  through   tcttn  is   seldom   heard.     Trains   .oa.ciug  through the  maiu thoroughfares of a.  town arc supposed to  slow dowu  and  be under'the complete control  of the  engineer,   lie should be able to easily  bring his train to  a  standstill   within  half the length of itself.    YVhcic  the  trackrunsupt.be center of  a street,  as is the case in Movie, the chance for  accident and the caution which should  be exercised   by trainmen   become increased.    While Moyie is  not a recognized town   by   the Canadian Pacific  .Railway Co.,  it is  &   town,  nevertheless,  and   that   corporation   must  be  taught    to  tr.ii-,    it    ;>*    such.    The  Leaded, respectfully op1'-; th _ attention  bl   Superintendent    Mt.c.__-(J   to    this  in a tier.  NOTICE.  .Notice .'.������ hereby jri\eu that  thirty ilnys nf(*.-r  Take notice lhat n  mooting of the Board of  License Commissioners- for South East Koote- . , . ..,-,. ,     .     .,      -.,,,,  uuy will be held at the Court House iu tho towr c',Uo ,ve 1UlOU<1 u> ftPi>1-v t0 tht" L,o!d Loillll!!<  of'I'orASteele on the 13th dnv of Juuo, 1SP9, at I sioncr of South East Kootonny for a. lieen'-o to  rhehourof Eleven o'clock in thi' forenoon, lo J seiniqum- at retail in our plenum at Movie  consider the lolloping applications  for lmuo;    . ,    ,   ,     .,        ,. '   ,        ., .   :  licenses: j known a^ the Lake bhoro Hotel iu the uuuuiy  Glenearin   Campbell,   -Movie   Hotel,   Movie  j division of East ICooteniiv, IS. C.  hotel license; Victor Deiauhuer, Ceutral Hotel,    DllU>d >!av ;J1 lb,j.,        . k'UKACI.EN 0; MOORE  Moyie, hotel  licence; a.  V. B re inner, Aihertj '  fiotel. Movelle, hotel li(vn>-e. I  2   II. W. BARNES,  Chief Inspector.  ,    '     .      FAMOUS ���'  MINERAL WATER  /i>,  /iv  /ft  <ft  /(.  ��  /ft  /ft  /ft  ��  /ft  /ft ,  ^  /i>  /ft  ���  /?>  r  '��      ill  /J\ ,  /ft  /|>  <H  /):��  ifl    Yiutorift  /ft  DIPLOMA ,AN*P MEDAL  AT      WORLD'd     FAIR.  iwctoki-s  Vancouver,  -   >*clfion.  /ft  /}V  /i>  (ti  /ft  /ft  /ft  to  <K>  /ft  to  to  to  /ft  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ���/ft  to  to  to  to  /ft  to  to  to  I  T  to  ADDRESS  NELSON.  .II_^_LC3  o_  Fort' Steele Mercantile Pa  COMPANY.  (LIMITED,)  MEN- WANTS!  .us  _L  Deaea  With a choice stock of  Confectionery, Emits Ci-  gais, Pipes, Tobaccos,  Cigarettes, Playing Cards  and Fishing tackle.  Fresh fruits and green   vegetables   on  everv train.  To buy clothing and  gents' furnishings to  AT    ���10AST  To the amount of  83.So  Per Day.  PRICKS  RIGHT. -���  Laronde Bros,  r.IOYIE.  ri ii     i inn mi iihiiii mi   ii��� i -i���mm  Vast Overland Tra.'f Service.  Fast overland time will be inaugurated by tlie Canadian Pacific on the  18th of June.    Daily traint. will   leave  Montreal    at   0 dJO.  An    additional  fourth day train known as the "Imperial Limited'-' will alao be run. Pig  improvements will also be made in  the IvooU'tniy and Crow's Nest branch,  and cloee connection will be made at  Dunmorc, hoih_ea_t and west bound  trains, with Kootenay Landing train.  West bound train will icacli Kootenay  Landing iu the evening, eastbound in  tlie morning. The service betweeu  JNelson and Kootenay Landing will lie  performed by steamer-, at night.  Prompt service v/ili ho given between Nelson and Itosshmd. Connections with Arrowhead boats at  liobbon for both directions will be  made at 7 p. ni. Overland paSf-un^ei.-.  will have the option of going via.  Crow's JNe.it or main linn.  This does not apply to the sleeping  car portion, as via. Crow's Nest line  berths will have to be paid for on the  steamer as occupied. Berths in steamers .between Kootonny Landing and  Nelson; will be one dollar. Lake  - .steamers at Fort William V\'i!l c^niK-,!::'..  with the "Imperial Limited.'-'  Under  the   new   regulations   traiuc  jb'oing east will  reach   Moyie  about 8  'cloc::in    lhe   morning,   and   going  'esidahoiit f> o'clock   in   the evening.  If You,  Want Anything  IN THE DRUG LINE OK  ASSATEJIS'    HUPPLi ES,  Cull oil or write  .'�����<  T  *_��  XKI.^ON, JI. C.  Prices Given  ...  and;- Orders ���  Taken on  Everything  in. tlie Printing  Line at'the  III  _  ne  COMPANY.  Queens Ave., HIOYIK,  15. C.  Assayer and  Metallurgist.  Are showing a most complete stock of Dress Goods,  Ready to Wear Hhirls,  Tailor Made Costumes, Corsets in blue, pink, black  and white; Shoulder Capes  , ��� .       i'n ehin'roii and velvet; nlso  fancy slippers for luetics  While, in Men's wear we  i-xeell in HatH. Shoes,  fancy shirts and Ties, and  XoDhy Suits.  While in Cranbrook call aud inspect our stock.  HILL & 00.,  Melnnes Block.,  CKA-iTJUKOOK.  UOX OS.  i'iioni: S.  M OYili  i:. c.  NEW JEWELRY  STORE, "'r '.���,:,;.:  High grade wafrlies �� spec-'  ialtj'. A nicedine of.crigage-r  ���menf ' and wedding '"rings,'-  broaches, blouse sets, bracelets, chains, etc-. '.Orders-."by.  >" mail solicited. All work  .arid goods guaranteed to give  satisfaction.'  That is what we sell. We carry everything in (bat line, doth staple and  fancy. Our stock is the largest in  Nelson; our price-* the lowo.-t; our  goods the best, ftp* id.J ,'i.icution lo  mail oi'de:'.���'.    Write iv.  We carry complete lines of  Dry Goods,  Groceries,  Hardware.  WiNTI-S��� J.IQUOIIS   AND " CIGAES  .\T v.'iiuu.-'-.'.u-:.  Cranbrook,   ���   1'ort Steele.   ���   Wardnor.  Whex in  Oranijrook  Call   at the  PIONEER  And see the largest stock, in  East Kootenay. We have  everything you - require in ���  shelf and builder's hardware,  paints, oils, glassj stoves and  tinware. Tinshop in connec-,  tion.  G. H. MINER, Prdp,,   CRANimoOk.  MOYIE,     EAST KOOTENAY, B. C  The above hotel is  ., neatly   furnished. .  i  i  Board $5.00 per week  Per day $1.00 andrup,  'The bar is supplied with  the best brands of Liqu-  ors and Cigars, ......  '��� fej<��:  ASSAYIElfo  NELSON)  B. C  -*^,;=s.-,;^_-':5_>  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  ���AND���        '   '  Soo    Line*  m  Try Three Slur I'loui-.  M..DesBrisay & Go.,  AnEKUKKK  lil.OC.'K.  NELSON,��� B. C.  ", E. .TATE, -..  Cranrrook, li. 0. JEWELEK.  SHORE  : .'/ ��� Barber. Shop;  Corii.ir Victoria �����.'-.  and Queen'e ave.  \v, a. rfA-un.-xoiv, ri-op.  MERCHANT TAfLOK,  CRANBROOK,  CANADA'S  NATIONAL  HIGHWAY  The Short and Fast  Route to aud From  ""jKOOTKNAV  COL'N'inV.  Kopairiiig Neatly   and   Promptly   Ex  ecu ted     *������  .to'Mail-Orders  Special .Attention Given  Suits  Made  to   Order.  ___��"*k'**^*h_     ���  ����5 *���*��� <!I_i_; ����_��_  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  Painti rxgi \ Papet*'  W$te!$yfv$ti   Mallei-  &���*���}*  Tittlwiiw. i hwu etc;  9 j  K.-Hfinu.tcy  J'ui'lll.slxt'd.  ;U.(.)VJIA.ii.  C.  'y Setidi:!*? VourV.'orl- To lhe  y  PHILIP CONRAD, Pi;oi'.  GOOD WORK. n.lCES .JtRASONARLK  Pacific to the Atlantic  ��� ftlec-ping Car;-Route. Tourist  CnrH^loiiV- Seattle diiily for  Hi. J "sit 11. Wcd'neidays for  Montreal,and IJoston. Mon-  davs and Eridays for Toronto.  First .Class 'Sleepers' on '��� all' '  ��� ���    ��� r ���     I-,. ��� i-  Main Line Trains  flpeulh^ iif-Niiv'.cdil.Liid  First   steamer   from   .Eort     William  9th.   May,   thereafter  every   Tuesda,  Friday and Sunday.,  .���OSiCril  NKIOKltfSTAOX,  IToji.  Lager beer sold   by the ' Keg or  dozen  bottleo.  Bottled Beer  in Stock. .....  Outside Orders GiventS'trictAtfenl.ion.  Connecting- trains from  Moyelle Mondays,  Wednesdays     and  Fridays;  . ��� -"I  Apply for Rate-, Majw, Tl mo Cards, Tickets at'ii  Full Information to Nearest Local  Agent, or  K0J3EIIT    KEEK,    Traffic Manager'  i   WINNIPEG.  W.F, ANDKRS0X, li. J. COYhKi  T.: I'. A. Nelson. J). P. A., Vaucovor  ���tflglt-Re sure our ticket rends via. O. 1'. d.  hi  hmi  Colonel bus become mscou  i "^

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