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The Moyie City Leader Jun 11, 1898

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 m  VA  ins,  fl  ���JSkSB  TO  m  m  m  fam  >$m  ft  J_��S  I  si  iff*-,  .-1*3  ,'*��t  fia_  r-*s3  m  ��� ;if  "A v3  1   ��|  d.ff  * **_  >  B3?"  I-A  r]  ?1  fi'  ' S'll  81  4��  ; t|  i  d|  d J  (4\  Vol". 1, NO- 9:  MOYIE ".CITY, B. G.; JUNE 13, 1898.  ���S2 A YEAR  *  gg AN ID"EAL TOWNSITK For Business and #  '' ^   ; *      Pleasure; bs a-'EebideiitiaXLppality ^|vj  A   ' Unequalled, ���'���<..  Bt.. 4        '    ���  #Q^,�� '    ���Situated on Moyie La]:.. Excellent Pish.  k\}% -           ing, Boating, Bathing   and ' Shooting. . '.  /fAK      ' ' ��  ���^!1BA0XEIX;BY��-?A7 eolls^^  a\ '   .Minos all Vi thin an bour,|*f walk.   Good w'ator  an     .' supply.   Exceptional drainage facilities.]! Has  K the best prospects.  I The Busiest,and Most Talked of Town in $f  ��* ' BAST KOOTENAY."         *            *  Oa CAMPBELL, Moyie-City,  B. C.     ��/  ntw���  t 1  JM.VK'rlK FOLEY..*- CO., Props.  |l Tho, Rouse is Kfiuippecl iu First Class Style  Thtoughout. Larp-i find Commodious Diuiug  Room. UcM Braiids of "Wires. Liiiuors.. and  Cigar-s can be haet at the Bar.    v~  *?  ��� '  Headquarters for'Commencia! and _ Mining Men.  K, ���  ��� MOYIE  CITY, B. C  VK     Qt'EEV   AVEN-*  ^%%^^^--��^^^^;s��^^:^"^^-^'^'^-^'^,^;>^->^  p-BM-n _ 1 ��� _��-i"__l  3~fMriU0-ll-��l "I'll' I'* ""��� ��     -I11* i"1*" INI " *'  OF  IIPECTII TSB IfflEB  The Provincial Miner.-  f ��� v 1.   -.'  .glpgist Is Kf re,  W.F.ROBERTSDNISHIS NAME  IT.   Is   3-ucli   Surpriseil,    "it   tho   Largo  Uodles of Ore and the Amount of  p.  Peyelopiyieiit"Vyork Done.   .  ''XUZCXX'XJES   CITY,  W, F. Robertson of Montreal, v-ho  lia.3 been appointed by Col. Baker, in'  his capacity of minister ofl minea, to  the important' position of Proviocial  mineralogist, v < it? .here' "inspecting'  tho  mines   and securing   data gen-  , t * 't "  erally for his annual report which  will make its .appearance .iu a few  months, '   ��� ���      (  ^Yesterday,,in company with Chas.  Farrell and-,Tames Cronin, he esarn.-  incd the St! Eugene mine, carefully:  going over the different . wordings  on tho group and noting the amount  of development work done, the quantity and quality of ore, etc0, after,  which he inspected the Lake Shore,  Queen of the Kills and Moyie. As is  the case with everyone who examines  those now famous properties, Mr.  PLObcrtson was surprised at the -wonderfully large' bodies of oie in sight.  In,fact they greatly surpassed his expectations. He pronounces the ledges  on the above named -properties as being, true .fissure veins in a slate formation. Today he wily go across the  lako and look over /the mines and  prospects which are situated ia that  vicinity, ������- ( ~'  Aftei leaving here Mr.- Robertson  will visit tho" Dibble mine and the  Xorth Star and then proceed to the'battleship Oregon  Wild Horse and Golden districts.  Tlieinspcctiozyol the St.. Bugone yes.-"  terday wa_ the lirst work he performed  in the capacity of Provincial mineralogist.  Mr. ^Robertson is an expert mining  engineer, aud has held important and  responsible positions as such in the  United States, Spain, Africa and.  Mexico, and come3 highly recommended.  KA A1  GENEEAL MERCHAHXS,  MOTIES' OUTFITTING 4 -SP^.G-IAI-TY.  ���The Only Up-to-Dato Hostlery in-East ^Kootenay,  ���> '������;  tO-E-tx'-CX'Sro:  OsC^x^-or^vc^Bs:--^',  n<;s  X.V-0 Mei-rimac Sunk.  'Washington-, June 4.���This morn-v  ing at .eight '* o'clock,, 'the American  squadron began the  bombardment of,  the fortifications of Santiago de Cuba,  and a lively  cannonade  ensued for .  two hours, which silenced the Spa-nrisr/  batteries. During , the Skirmish an  American collier ,was sunk by a  Spanish boom in the Santiago channel,  and now blocks the exit of the Cape  Verde fleet. , One officer, one engineer-  and six sailors were made prisoners by  the Spaniards. '  Washington, June 6.���Advices have  been received that the Spanish Torpedo boat Terror has been  sunk hear  Fort Antonio   by the   United  States  No particulars.  -0-  An Ideal Townsite jMost Picturesquely and De-  lightfully Situated.  The Future tar d'Alene  of Easl Kootenay.  ������-xss&r  Backe^y payrolls of the St. Eugene, Moyie and  Lake Shore mines. ;   ^  C*fe_-  For Further .'Information Apply to  LAKE SHORE ADDITION' TOWNSITE QO,  _.*.A.^^:>*^H^  to BJ. ^  JL jj^, J^J  to  to  to  to  to  O, CAMPBELL,  Proprietor.  1 This Hotels New and weU .FurniB^A. The |  Tables are^Supplied.wvth tMBeswthe .  Market affords. The Bar :is Filled wrth |  the Best iBrands of Liquors, and Cigars, ft  - '-' /i\  to  to  to  to  <P  to  to  to  %  HEADQUARTERS  FOROOMMKRCIAL  to  to  $  to  to]  ���IA  ..  .���*    .    .-S..S.....S. .S..s..-S|.--V^S-Ji.'i'��-?,-^.^lt������t4.-a-.<��.^iT.>^*s'-^.*^'s..S..Ss.^.'^. "s    -- s  COL. BAICElt AT UOME.  ���.'   Soou niako   a   Lecturing Xour  East Kootenay.  ��� Last Sunday afternoon Hon. Col.  Baker, who is today one of the most  popular, prominent and able men to  bo found in public life in British  Columbia, returned * foi'' a few hours',  rest in his old homo in Cranbrook before engaging in the duties of a po-,  litical campaign.  Despite the arduous work of the  difl'erenfc cabinet positions he holds  imposea upon him incessantly, especially during the session just closed,  working late ovcry night, tho colonel  is iu good health, although fatigued;  but tho latter will wear oil' with a  couple of days' rest in thu inyigorr.*..  ing ���ir oi Cranbrook, when the ooloiiel  will proceed to inform the people- of  youth Fast K-OOtonay, of the great  work accomplished by the government  in -putting the country in tx prosperous  condition ', and also to/demolish  whftt.'belief may yet remain -in the  minds of a few regarding the misleading statements and even deliberate  falsehoods, in some instances, ,sot  alloat by an unscrupulous Opposition,  who have everything to gain and  nothing to lose. This will, simply be  a picnic for the colonel.:���Cranbrook:  Herald. .      ���   C. & VV. Contract Lot.  The contract for tbe construction of  the extension of the Columbia and  Western railway from Robson to Midway has been let. McKenzie & Maun,  the well known contractors, Foley  Bros, of St. Paul and Peter Larson of  Helena, arc the contractors, having  pooled their interests and taken the  contract as one firm. The estimates  put tbe price of the 100 miles of road  betweo i $:V>00,000 and $4,000,000. It  in one of the largest coutracts ever let  in tho woat aud it is doubtful, if there  ia .uiothcr nin-jjlo 100 milca of railway  ���n i be wont thU htv' cost no much per  a.ilo as this lino will cost. The great  expense is due to heavy rock work.  '   Two UicH Strikes.    '  TvfO rich strikes have been made  this spring on the Moyie river, about  four 'miles soutb~*iNof here. The  Dewey group, whicli is owned by  Martin Foley, Dan McDougald aud  Thos. Eader, has a good strong ledge  of galena, which"is greatly improving  uuder the work they have been doing  on it. .  W. 11. Murphy and Frank Sage .also  have a claim on the same ledge which  ���they report has & very promising surface showing. They are quite sanguine over their prospects, feeling  satisfied they have a bonanza.  LOCAL BRIEFS,  Struck the "Cuke Slioro Ledge.  While the men- on Haskins' work  were excavating for the railroad grade  in the south end of town last Tuesday  they uncovered a vein of rich galena  ore, being a continuation of the Lake  Shore ledge. The 13 nd is on the Lake  Shore property and proves to the  owners that they have nearly 400 feet  niore of a ledge than' they had heretofore anticipated. They will soon commence to drive a tunnel close to where  this recent discovery was made.  Tlu- ,i. O.  Farrell Sunk.  -The steamer J. D. Farrell, the largest and moat substantial boat plying  iug tho Jvootenay river between Jen-,  niugs, Mout., aud Fdrt SteeleA rati' on  a rock in the canyon near the former  named place last Monday, which stove  ahole in her side for a distance of' 20  feet. She went to the bottom 'shortly  afterwards.' No lives were lost. She  was loaded with ore from the North  Star mino when she went down, A  Mr. Peterson, Here.  P: A. Peterson, chief engineer of the,  C. P. B., and Theo. Knowlton, M. J.  Haney's assistant/were through here  the fore;part of the week inspecting  the road. Mr. Peterson is confident  the steel will be laid here by August,  unless some unforseeu conditions  arise, He was favorably impressed  with Moyie City and her beautiful  surroundings.  Book and Stationery Store.  i C. Mair of Fort Steele is here establishing a book and stationery storo.  He is having the room on .tho south  aide of the Moyie hotel fitted up with  sholYQS and counters for that purpose,  and is putting in a large stock of the  latest books, niagtr-iues and period!-'  cals. d ���  J.i M. McMahon went to Kuskonook  this week.       A      ���. r  o t ,  ���  K. Balfour was here this week looking after his bridge work.'1   & <-"< v %.  OBhe railroad grade is'nearly com;,  pleted through Moyie City.     ,   '*  jf E. Criddle of Nelson was in the city  the latter part of tbe week;     'V-'dv s,  ���A movement is on foot to establish  an athletic club in Moyie'City. , _  J. I. Booge of this place was iu Fort  Steele the greater portion of the week.  The safe for the new East Kootenay  hotel arrived here last Tuesday.  G. Campbell .went to Cranbrook last  Wednesday, returning the same  day.  A. T., Clark was up to his .oi-aliciw  ranch inspecting; it the fore part of  the week. <  E. H. Small, ^Sergeant Clopp and L.  E. Salter this week purchased Conrad  Comtois' pleasure boat."'  Vice-President Shaughnossy of the  of the C. P. K, ia expected^in Moyie  City within a few .days.  Mrs. Robt. McMatou of Sifton .was  in Moyie City the greater portion of  the week visiting friends.  Work on the railroad bridges across  the Moyie river near the head of the  lake has been commenced.  Judge Cranston held his first session o^court last Wednesday since being appointed to the office of justice  of the peace.  Finch Bros.' barge has been completed and is now doing service on the  lake for freighting purposes, being  towed by the Echo.  The long'looked.for machinery for  G. II. Muir'a saw mill, near here,  has arrived, and the mill will be ready-  to put in operation next week,  W. G. Batemau and Dan Chisholm  have their dairy in operation and  made their first trip to Moyie City  with milk yesterday morning,  Divine service will be conducted by  Mr. M-Pi-orsejn in the dining room of  the Moyie hotel on Sunday evening,  June 12, at 7 :30 o'clock. All are' invited.  llev.-R. J. McPherson has been absent from Moyie City , for some .time  past, and has been holding services at  the diferent'railway camps west":ar  here,' ���'   -  Judge Fraser left here Wednesday  morning with a supply of provisions  for his mining property between Swansea and Cranbrook, wiiere ��� he will begin development work. '���  While Chas. Diamond aud A. M.  Hogg were out hunting aud fishing  last Tuesday they killed a bald eagle  which measured live' feet frd|_a tip to  tip. ,  J, M. Simpson of Swansea will  shortly commence, running a stage  Hue from Fort Steele in connection  with tho boat on Moyie hike. Ho will  also carry the mail.  Chas. Farrell and his brother, Tim  Farrell, returned larft Wednesday from  the Sullivan hill country, wiiere they  have been for the past lew weeks doing assessment work.  J. Wilmsho'rst, o.ue of the pioneers  of'jMoyie City, returned yesterday  from-Eorfc Steele.after a few .months'  absence. ' >  ,   Dr. Brodie, -the railway  company's  physician was here last*- Wednesday.  ���He and  Dr.   Watt have   entered into ���  partnership," -'and ,_ hereafter    regular w  weekly '.visits will be  made  to Moyie  City bv either of'the gentlemen.   v  E.-'H. Taylor, tlie  ,-well known  sur? '  veyor of  Fort  Steele,  was.v hero  last  Wednesday, to  run   the  line   for   the''  water ditch^ for  the proposed St.  Eu- ���  gene concentrator, but it was decided  to defer the work for a'few weeks.:  The Hon. Col. James Baker will be '  met at Swansea this afternoon at 1:39  o'clock,   and   will   make   a political  speech at the Moyie hotel in the even*  ine at-'->cight   o'clock.   Turn   out  and  hear,Iris views on'the,, political  issues ,,  of th'e day.'  C'S. W. Ramsey was tried before Inspector Saunders last Monday on the  charge of "rolling" a railway laborer  the night before. He was found  guilty and given a six months' sentence. Sergeant Clopp took the '  prisoner to Fort Steele the following  dav. *'���'  S. W. Murphy and J. E. Mu3grave<  with violin and guitar, gave the residents of Moyie City a musical treat  last Sunday evening out on the lake '  a short distance from shore/ The  sweet strains of music had a charming  effect as they gently wafted through  the breezes.  n  Will Speak at  Moyie  TONIGKHT  AT EIGHT   O'CLOCK SHARP.  Public JHeetiriKS.  .The Honorable Colonel Baker will  have much pleasure in addressing the  electors of Southern Kootenay at- thij.  followiug times and places; and begs tq  invite.the Opposition candidate to at=  tend any or all the. meetings.        A  Thursday, June 9th, at 8 p. m., in  the Opera House at Fort Steele.  "Monday, iJune ,13th, at S p. ni. at  Wardner.  Friday, June 17th, at 8 p.m. at Coal  Creek. . ] ,  Wednesday, June 22d, at 8 p. m., at-  Moyie City.  AUCTION SAXl^.  Of   Lund   AelJ.lining    iHoyio   City,   South,  JEast Konteuuy :  A portiou of LotWOo, (.{roup 1, Kooiuuuy WUi .  trier, uoutuiuiug four tmd a hull" acres, more gf  lcs.s, will tic sold by iiucuoii uf tlio (.iovuvumiim  otlico in Fori fc-toolbou Siiiurdny, uie lSlli day Uf  June, tit. tun u'clotik iu t.bu t'oiuuoou.  T-ruis, tuu pou ucut, to he puid at the timu eif  luljudiutttioLi nad btiluuco in .sixty days,  i'liui etiu ho souu ut- tlui :;i;voruuii;ut oflieu,  Fort aiiiulo, null ut thu oilicu ol-tlm uhii.-t coiui  niibsiuiiur ot IaikU iviid works, Victoria.  j. 1-'. AUMriTnONO,    -  u.'j Uovcriuiicut .Vgcut,  KorfHtcclCi B. 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(.uest ���WI.at, is lii.il' uvei  ,.km.          |  oUu,r ,-,,.,,,;    Tlir.S was bcaiusii I was pcor.. : a^ain ii c.'ir.ilieliito  for   tnn   --:;.����� t of   .Tulon : ....,                        (-.  ,',.         '     ;,r,P  -r  Waiter- Tiiat A .W.piunsh puikiiiiLC.       |  Ijrii.;:'-ovor your chnii' and  sic bcAdo mo. [ fc'impn. . As rn'/r.nk-? thatof ll. Ghallomci- ' ,Ui.-' '(-'-'ui''-' >'('u,''! 1('!'-';v d'l';lll;' vlnA-'' ' "     ''  Clui'st- -NVb.at   on earth   iio you pi'it!  Ah, Mint, is right.    I am t:k:cl ym> aro kind ; kactmr, tlio riifitoiiiary period of mouruiag !  B:������ PABiTHBT & CO,,  A-  ���-. ���     -. r,-,.v A  Mini uiM'.iTstaji'i Ji:c,    I ninposo you know -i has o:ily  jusb expired, r.utl   1 idiall wait r.  j^t-t/tx      "T Ts T      /T7"' % li T f"~\    -V  st. n.��nv-.-:uM.i;-in.tfi.r.-_ _   ,  }](jw x ^^^ ^^ .n an(1 -;-y qil.irrclv:s.h , f���,v (IayB );iC;,0 befnro  comkv-for.vard f-r  ; O-U    X J  14        I     W V...J | \  Waiter- driieni am t raisins,     ilietn s ,  7I.���  -,.t.]a; j vcs^    A)f  comro   it.   k^   ���. A ���.-.v-.     1.:.-: r.v:..'.    A ;... i i.A A ���. r,;,: i,.::; i -, r;o i.n j ;i  -  '  i  /"Ictoria  Agonts-  bidll'ts.- New Vmk i'l-e-.s-i.  Guest in  "Kaslaurant-'-Say,   wjiere's .  S1 (Uenii.er.    I read too mai.y books v;.'..���...  "b.ose uiaslu'il ])otaloi'A'> !' boy, and  f   jircfcric-d  paintin-.: p.i'.:uiri:s to  .'. Waiter    Sliak" up <h�� Pin^ree llirtii- !. * ndyir.;? Jaw   and   svritim:  f t-o-rJcs to s'.rA  tion! -i\A.\v A'oik fd-e'.s--.  ko:A.     I (iu{-:"r: t r.ot.- tu laive; l-t.T.u ckli'rrc:--:     thk; v:oy.     \f \.uzv it v, iii k;:.u --... to good-   j     p],.,.r,;, f. c,,. (],,.   cUb= c: ipt: on ' r.-il es   t o '! ~~ -    -'"��� A"  "_:      ""���'"; ' "    ' _  r.-m my brother-;.    Vou wo?, I v.-is: a i.A of ;-ncs- only knov,'?;. " -!''i.i,,.-V.'iiii-o.ii ver .1 laiiv I'.iul Mi.'iiii-\Vt!idc-| W^_y'^^  ly World will he as 1'idiows:       , j^p  I.'i'i:ve-dit.;i.-.r, 1'V  mail '.., - ��� ?~> (:0 ' \  Tho    Ih-ilaek.-liiiiiM,    Xorth     Amerkan   ;   . |.,,_ ,-.,,.six ii:.,ui!:.-: | ������ ... _ 7.*i! N-  otKit.'i   tiio  i".:yi::A   of   a loan -.vho  isdi's-  '     j.,,   ,.,... .-,,,.-1;,    A;'     ,. .     .'ia ! \  UrA.'.'d :iv;::t ii^ f.::-:.:?o liis jvitivo land.' \ ,..,,j,A'-/-jn'i-rV'."f"l-:'l.v odiiioii, i.iaik.1. i-or an- ;(^  .'til  )oro;;"ii'Ts.  IMiittfrs'  Sar.v.lic.-..  "\\"f: a I e, t lie only ii.m-e   inllm   city  that  can    supply a    ('oiiip'.e! e    .MinersA,  Uullit.   without,   j.-oi::,';-oulsido of   inr'  i-AVii stores       Weli:.A'i>| wo |a i-;:i':-l 01 .'s,  Hoots and   Sinus in or.c- and    t'lot hi i.jj'  and l-'iii'iiir.hin.us in   tlie ollu-r.    A fdih-  (M'al Uiscour.t.    will ite i.oido   1 o part i"s  jri.tt.'mir, t'r.eir supplies  l'roin ns.     DoiA  iniy e biap !i,0(id.s foi  t.iu-   KlondyUe   nr  vou will he siii ry: clieap   poa (A   ���,'.-.'ioli  jujit as inner.! lis   poor  ones.    .(nl'oriua-  lie'.n aucl niirps of lhe ininin;;   eouu! ry.  llon'l Imy   until   you    have   examined  our stock and  prireoo ---Ililu.-.r:-0  ,'.-   A!;  '.'aiidU-ss,  \rj<:'to:-i ������-, A   A.  over a  tin::: in a l/mdrn orieo.   i dreamed a pood  'i.kvl, and !;;i:v;:' v.to: m:m:Mo.\ n li!;r: 7117'  fjovd.i.-!:- rid.   1 eh.i.'i, hi.MW v.'.i;y i i!;d mil;,  oiy   ti:-i o':i  T.o'.'lifjeiil   it.     Ti-.oy   were:  jolly  . fe-iiki, Kind hvurif-il, isi'i.d tl;at- sart/df tliiiif,'.  i'ui- ;!���-���;; di.io'l core ;e;  i..y lacitnrn. quiet,  ivnys.   11' my brr.i Sir ;-q ��� on 10 'hi -ma Ate rom  .'1 l.'ilovA.-i i'oi 10s, they, us'.-d  t'i lot, thorn in     [oroii-acr.'  -and   lit'lp  them   lo   their   lomas   and   say  ;  not !-,i!;.".��� ahi.io it-.     'j'hry 1 !:ot:��.:i'.t it raliirr  t:omi -;:';rl air'!. v.-'.O'O anooyo.'i with   n:.0 ia'.-  (ao-i'   I didn't   i.vi r   stop <i\:'u   latii  <o.'   yot  mi:-:-A ro) io a row or drink too ir.'.u.li.  "i i.ovcr fiouul any ono who took an in-  THE WM. HAMILTON MFG.: GO., LTD.,  IMr. Jiaoro:.'���Tho forr.'i;iner_ aro gcttiiif.,   1  r,u .,-ivvful hold in tl*.la country. '  'v  nn;  C-r...-!7--.T:.-.y arc iodiMru.     Why. I road   |      .'^ !  '   ; p;, v.nm.t s-insist eel   upon  ��� JIANT'I-'ACTUItKItS   OV ��� ���  men nat.uralizr.'U  vr-ri'.-ri:;:'.'. and   every o::o oi"   them   was a  (.-vet y no-'nne'e.  tr;*--:-t in ti.iii;..;; j iii.'..���-!. k'f  p.i imu 1 hi- !a'.v or pudici  wo     !���:  ': </.'   > -,*.   i 1 nni    i-  cans-  , i  w.o: -to. r  .���mi.:.':-, i  An  JjnixjrtRVit  OlKiinvrry.  'Aii'Tois   fri'iMiinj:)-���Isi.'kir.i.'o   now rccnyt-  r.koos a i-oihIUU'.'i   ciiilo-d "into.-;imition   by   ;   _ ;"  radiailuii."     -Aaoy oa.-co   of   ilronkenoosf)     h"  aro cited in VibAh Iho vi.-tlm -h-;d   Pmekrd  ;:-.i! iiie;.' aleeboib-, ho;  :.;.i! A,::;.:y boeo io  tin- !��������� ������ ;.-:)���,���-��� ")' d; loioor.   ,  A..d..,;:.- (.iilMi::.!; on!.   1   ���  j     'j h" foieipn   poskie;.'   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Aio'I  tO'hair sao::c-:  !<:'!AA"?;'A-Gi:A1d:Wki-wko;k:-o;^h& ���u3.th"-.-,;'-.'^^i^ivivi:idWiij^ kis'liair  :A'i:i.A'VK%&  a, v.iiaily,u::cept ��u:.day..-A..:.-;o;..,....-,.:T:) .p ;iAi...b:ickao her iViihoAo hfcWThoxoiinyh'jd i ne-.c"- r-cft- e^-oko "AvHI  voa' not toiVdi  .   J.'caviHj,' Spolioi-c, ,8;a;'-!iyoi!e>r.ihma, W.iWu kd;: ooarWd: a.-"rich dw;fo..%f it t urncikquf. i. -},&71,vAo  - "y Y-- f-W-dd'''; '���I'-".Rdi(l'Id,"-.n_iv'  ,.,.,,-,,-0-.-^rtl..:ort-V^ tlutt ��i3'ncw-eouiwcsA';id-d;i:b Idyo.for'iier.,^^  A;.,-- 'A ' ' Ad; dW^--^d,  o - d'd ;A  '.A,NKws.-.nvic'.^^^^ f-H*': ?Ale. Af-nos^-by niarryirij? Awas ld;t to siWt mdko edirkncss.      ���   , .:������  .^-IvA'V-1? >-.Km--:iN TM-Kivjl,6AQl.c.;,Tuo^\W-.i:(\y. ;,. hor iA'A topowio. rich i.ian. .plktsta.se���tnat j -A i cO>p|;  soaddlv onod'rU  thoS  idohio -Ar  ������i H H t VTIx Vdf o'";- ���W^ V ^:^i;'Ad ':�����';!>���    W'is Gris ^d-)kiVbay--wftg goia^to^cchook- ;> ^C^". ApcddlcA'  trodbkd doky 'b-A e7;o  .V.IC.\VKl.^L(Vford\-!^_V'o^ ..nu'we^to bo brcoirckt \ip, .-.t_ . kor;i pric>t,.:Ao;..n,A; AS-orkAm:d.work. krinpo iko m:cd of  ��� A\*vd..;*niiu's... iy-i....;..;....:.:...... ACO p. ni.    Ho ���" stv.dkii ,Joi!in   iv.vl Wl  th.it  lur.il of.! -rf.t>Aar ; b.ft. ������ -ji"-!-  k-dA"0 d-vbrook  I was  A.KU1 VK X^-SO.V.,.,.-..:... ,:���.,'.;.>,. AA(i p. no ;  thWcy   arl-.r.J.ir.ii1- diui-ot like -ilio idea ef:; ^Astdl: i/v tho" ��� roldiWi Ny.dd wcro Idlletcel  ���������::������/ ��������� ,:A '���'-'-, .: : :  tno.koyd-ooooAipr.iiiprk.:'. ��� ':Ma':o hi.oi n, i xvi-,r)-i n;oAturkii;�� ' cot. ol "pl-t - tip to��� Acei  .".''���' '���-'-'      '-.'��� ,:a.oALlCXA"N.DJ-:Kdno:i. "Jfo'n.      ������Eokl'iGr-," -'nkitl hoo   But AA-ls Lapi-As^wik: : v,-ko twos Als^: rividrcrAwkcdA^  ^"'^ordit,  ������rf^U}^\^'VU W7"' i ��� r o���'   .'���" .d '    '���   ���������i:iiL :h"'��� ^is:rc��5 ��� '"sdked that  -KusUi^, ]-c;lU:h:,lfTA-;^;t =e'f.one, p:ado oirrk"doooo to  -::-:, ��� .-v, -., .'A. -���-..,������ - W'.-. ������-. ,,\v;is o-rraur-al ko- tr.^-i -he -v.ots: omppou W-i,,R;-aoy.;.-!-^ y^Hoor hiin. ,' I ��� i.-:r��>.cd. Kick at-  :���W__A-0_--_-._._.:_L-^._-..���__..:i..___.__.._^W A tlv>,sct:jir.r.7y.- -Thp-h':cti;3.tkat Gri3;:L:;;;in j .-^hii-rSvSs'po;:;^ (A- koppbip- bpt tWRoovoro  ���'.'��� '--.:,   :   ���A-r-'^'���'���' -'A'   --. -:"A .���'-    A, I  ulWrbod di A-roaWlool .of  k.-apdy o^d.WfvsA dy..,:.iJ; joidbooirAied wi;,:d r.::d I marched  llS  P'/?'i '���' N^rfliSPI II. ���'���!      Kw-;'���!��-���-iU -lucl-woaiaAkave  ityvbcmd; --xtAva-idip tk'3dA,tlo cWr-kpc, incn^urA  -%i;._. V��.k;.o ., L N-.y a; i-ii,yij,i' ; ; ���Kusiao.^'oamo ; hainc k:oi:i ,kid . vacaAon, ,; :vrkero'ikeAk'n;T 3:ariydro.' drawn up, with  ��� :Aod.; d..d:.o:.-���.UAILWA Yd ;:,: ���'";-'-.o-Ao    ;   A.madiinie diod: f:/:'r.ol.t.oAhor,..owji;,cr,tnid  Ao'uv. ;;:-eki':0;COim1- hadAakcn thoo;}-1  star.ci:ro:   ooi  :;:g  mys-.-h,  AlHedSurv'S^qrs^Cham-mape  !toA ^^^^ dd-vrA:TlddddAu;,wapd^^^  A'A'  d'���"���,-   JH_   SHORTEST    -'-    ' ���A-T.lht,c0,i'w,.lt^ iumIAAoWoAoyA'ony out-;  :' "   y t-v'''A-" ^ '  W ,;:pA l   ; d-  -d'y'-W11^  ���:������������;  WA l-ranSCOntin enta!  RCJie,   -a : ,T, orodror thisildilo.Agiia^ Yoa;noe, Eust��so A;inar,hyfjyf;, -^Aoi^a -left. \C-hh tho jifcFT  Ti -.    id   A-    'A,, WW  .A   ,A ;-  --'''d-   k'liJuPtakou  no vovro, and 'f:o,.vAion  it.wos d     4>.,f.  ,.\���,' ,���w.iAn.p.:,-,,,.  1..)-p.!i--:  "It 13 1 hip II C\ VI est Itniiod Linp.d .-,.   A,.,;.foiupiio.;a:wn\Or.'tkc'-o was a iM'ccknfsrow.A; rra.VoA-Bufe lirot I wojA up to tho bodv to  lt-has.-rtAlloMv-'J-allast lioadded.   '      '^   W!U ^iadomeAoeilewaa.pockcd olT to a con;- Aclor.o :vhc  tves  ihadworc'Gtarin-rwikMy,^  lt Gi-oWp-i''iih-S-n(!' Udsror'^   - '���  '''' ���' A vu^ tu-al.lko-kid.to j he. soTOinary.     . .-���..-���     ..���':-:\V.th;-I fa.W'A souio : Iktlo  conocioufiuoss .  - T ' -i ,   Vu-u ov'i d^ d    "   ,' n       d       I  V ���������'-���^.the war with tho- Prus>u^; ..toot i Elicit Anxh^.A'^t tho face was quite  It W;b LUilt \\ ulip.lt Laud -G-ralit op ;  place, amiyi. lo (.'ornto wont A'.to.servieo,,, diWrcnt; fAmowkti-t  I c^oA-tcd-with thds  dioyei'liiiieiit Aid.   . .Av      o ,' :  -        A   'md'AWr eiwiulptho tko-maoswora A1^1.1''; d.ird-.rk.sof- niv owu';i'o.:.bA uoon '-.it; dad a  It  id   nof e I   I6l*  i lio   Co;il't"sv of Ids '<  ���u fc,rw::ikil. loIAu^iau  sonc-ral had.hlsd ip;inh thal! j Ando iuuivupu'didri t]:o iiiplit ���  ���"���'��� K'nillloycs, -������'���''��� -A       ''d"   A-       |  heodquartcro.at tho chateau. ; '��� before!    It was 'fhb .face cf  Oris T.apiu.  TtTi f!if��V)iilv-TI,-A ��ri��','V: ��, u -'"',i -Ai,   ' ���" )VA'Mvas Uris  J-;!kki  dokig?    Ctittiri.B d Ah, howl pivs:*-l-l-.s haAd, and I faacu.UA  ������^-V|k,n?ri,.^T{]^ thoAWtsskms and oarninrd W th.^. thc. ndi,.bcU j-,,^.:- f,oi.dy ro.oraodA|  iiiy.id 5-ai t_ .-A.ia.ll.- ..,   : ������  t o.. ,     yrood bWof :iuaaoy.    The fact is, my own �� tho vrcpt!11W'i-  iPoookoo was exoiatod', hed  ������'���"'      -    -;   '       A- .    -A '       ���;;.-       , httlo place of ontortaumioi.t was   tloinh a -ni[<'Atr^i i:Aro;:oo. -A ::d, 7u:i 'foi, I shm-ikl-i'  TH2.0TJGH   THE,:   d .,    deal oAbfo:Jnc^s.,SoujctimcsI said to tiris ���, !i!;^0 pc  hadi-ivsok". with tho, s;mnd of d  :rtAoWrWnf -CrA-   ; :      '���: l-iiphio'^'ako .caroAtho  ommt; may hold; ; ;tj;0 .,,-,,, i;, ��� t-,u, disianco -iimtAUio Wood pi- ;  vjj. aliaUci.b   -OpGllGry ;  you rosptmsiblo knno day lor all thewood -.: p.-onil oookm;.   Ahk-thaAis  O'l-'folIy.-Aor '  Til Air��;- icil by Id' y 1^ lit ' " I ���yqd.'i'-'vcut.tu.;-;,    WatclP oat. the count '��� v,-i-.4-n-wo aro dead, what 7r:AW'sA ��� A  -a     .-'"������   ���_������ ?- d       "������*     '- J   pvry have. scmobodylooiAnjcto   his inter-      ��� Mi,-,d, I do', not.  Witovofer aW-,oment:  'ti^i^^^,^  with M.-.jrr.iii.Mntdl'iis^riiKor ^icamoM ��� North-  . ���i'hovo were over, so  many hrossoui -him-     jc r(,ss:bio that thWshdnld skoot'une man;  west. ��.a.l Xorthlaiiil. .'dk-rs thore���Ond he wasdrorsciblikoapravy f;;r' liK.yy].CVr   JA,:-%Amkl ihcv have done ro :  Ku'i.ia|)sy.i.:ki'l��aa<i I'oiitploto iaferaiatioa fitTt, with his bill Imol: hanpiroAot his ptr- ; -biU. f<n.'tj1(> r.-o0 of   Gi*:s .kaoin'ia  havbtic '<  .Tra.lir.'"-_!-rN  ium! r ?>-iV'��V !''t'     'lV'a,i(1 rtk', an lamcstwoodmaui ao it-wotfld scorn.  Ah,s  v,(,n   k;;(A,u   pcnrd; 1;:1A-n   0:Y.    lint." i'  n'-/t''"i iv��\i   V-  ' ���"������ '���'���                          ;;Ho7oo  of   tho - i-oliliors  lauphod audmoeto.-; K;.vhow. tlio. vou:o- man  oooa took a:id i ho i  ,X.,lr. DiAU-N, 0.013 a l" ill A g"0 lit, faces at hii'o ai:d called hiju iicrr Crapami.     ^-('^od dhl liot ri;oA.O'.k:o Aio choo'.po.   . Aud. f  "���'���''    C'   '        ���   Pi'O'c'-l-lb    Wish U��t ke did not  scout  to mind.     A  ipiic',  ; rHI.haos ho does uot 'know to. ihis'day, fm- ���  "IV 'T   VVriT'PVI^V   r   D   r'o/y'   '   ' "   ' '--kkllo aged para, his rcnrmblaneo to Got--, vvpCM   tho.wjir was  over rone could  soy  X.l.   ��iLtl.x\iil, U.J.. eV,  1. ^.. Lapin   struck   mo  at  once, oo.ly   ho  was ; ATil.lt p;ul pectuu- of  Grisdkr.pin.   .Anil  Id  ,      St. Paul, Minn, younper in fheface, thonplvliiuhair looked ;.Kit-t> i,.3i{1 piyix-aco, fori thoipdht that such  A        ',...                                                                 , A-i   pcrayish.     Then   suddck'.y   He  flriiil,   "M.  \ Wcudd l;o tlio wish of my old. coairade.   -  ' ."������ ���.���'-'"���:��� : ���-. ' ==-���������: j   Tai:']70t,-w'.iU- yon cut. toy hair?"d " YAilk.d   ..lju(Wr. EuAaso  pot  hi:;   cpaulctfk after ,  ::our.d;iIe:r (oAtA-ik >n- Wid'fridsK<dAi7idAh6  And W'r'jkotkdA; h'AAssAr.'t;: diic  kisA.;two A :���  ;��e;dd.: ikiA-tt'oya.,; Ayyp;|;;p io .."lor -;' ovvaT?; ;::nA'A  y-xilihyd wi-WW-'W :-'p:.ui,y,yu_ - an ',pr:iy.;-. .;'  'obdik; -a':"-; A'^'-dA;-A Ad'dAd,yd. d^iA'id'didd.  A:Tktdimporfor.tAukjoctd:i:idor'*oiscus-.ion. '  .duAi)^.. Cyctpdjor A: H'loidii  'thqn-iolbtivdr'otico j-j^^  ci'.sbnt- At ;,i;iQ;Avod:dki:^;''iu''th6::^oivth,bfd  ���kiA^aAArA:^  d';Bu6:hpj*o.T.'afta diIoir5.paodLA'3.;.Sli��>iabn:A'  w.te;so;ipdisp6scd:A.dyy  jofipjfevAyct'sV-.d'i'd  ;���t'ho-iicyd; ii-i. - Shei.lddi AiaS^iihAif ;hpliof;dv:  thnf; . it,'wds did^'crilrtd^Adiihtloidftltnijg. -;td'' j  tra'Ad ii-i'dAcddhi^  iverc-'sb" iiiiAiypassojipcer-ao-thayAtlicroA^^sA  :'_-���'possibles c!a-;-if:orof;a''saidfc.-'A--;'dA-o;:; -yp-  :Avaroi;:'._h��>^  GrdsTsyuatibu ahxiouKlyycakrih.g '���  riiii;cs'tod:i'ilrc!'nuw'--cfd6w  atk-stoho'prptwo ...kidics'i iii "itAdi At.lasti'd .'.  skd Aaw quo, taptT inttAlicr roqulrpinbiits, '���'���'  ;<i;Ailidping fi dbiii Into; tJibh-udAof 'tho '  ;(;itard:i fikc:t:*:kd;cud;::": 'W Av '��� a';|AAy iv;;- AAA' ;  .i.vThoAraiucStcaiucd 07Tt ofA-tJ-c stationed :  itddZdua. took" ti .survey of -her &lldw;t7-a.v-A '  Ekrs. dThoro'v.-os ;i'TairJiily���fiAkc:*,Ai-iothci*: '���!  ��i';i'f:'Vh-'.^ ;|  L'iusinbs5'..inciiyriridV;fci':'.pno'A  whdniAhb dicl.U'3t-pdrticularlyAiotice.: A d:A ��  .,-,F6rawldi^shdlookedohtoA'tkowindoWA''  tidniir3n^;th3f'yi:ig:kdidscaiW ;  proteci-'d'iiv.'book'.Giukbegan'to read.;;1 Attc'n..  rAiiew Kcpshtiou, 'stirrc-d AvitKin'.;her.-'-.- :Shov������  tii'S'W- ouAlier elainty 13ilk; watch anil looked;'  ivtdt."' Twokvd,; oi'clook: aud-20' niiiiutcs.-'  .���ikvyAdu-spAuoo-sJ^ Hod fAhWW -:���' d", ;:d'd '  :' Aho ld-id^cpvayhc hook ,add:; (ipcucaAha"'p  IjttV-dtixiclid^lrpt'j'-ithfe  rclbvcsAtuc.cdclfhcoodu(fiibii'iobkcu,,;Qf ;iwrAd  kfcketahd'bdfWA to c:\bA -Th6 du-ui ind;hd>; "  oorhoEotook Atkls v oppori.uui:ty, txv^aQ theA'  titloof'Her'book.;::*; v.-'-d.: -::;'A d'vd A.A;:.,-v,A  :'"���;"'SlA&w::Wn^or-i,' Ai:: 'kuow., s^c^v ���ri A  d\.rdAok:aA,.'ATApo:r: sedAitdiromAl^.tip'pt.;^  htT-:.ii6se" to: the: too of Tier'littlodhoqb.p Ip  diclii't'Know .before that eating was wib-o'f .���:���:  .id:o;pycyrti.v^,pi;p;AAA;;:yv  i��� Zona, all' iihconsciotisAQf rhiH Asorutir.yA  Gn.ishc(lAicr:dJ7iA��-Arer;praodf'to; her hooky  ,R-M:fen'di.:ice^  ktipv7 whsti'sodie of phcAothcv-Woupkdtd;  .of  the oorop-arATiciitigol; ouly a'riel about 4 , .���  o'clock  sho  vdio   ropssd   by hoariii^: the  luothor^Oi the fapWysay: "YTako up" now;-���'-.,  Tillc! ��� "oVako' ���-tiy!:'���AY.-'u got out at tho nest;  ���jpkioa.'.'.- Ay-....; W;: iy'dd'Av. ';  p; v-  ::..'. Zona Ipokod.p-cout with -it, Etart-to fccw  the DcvO.ber d::y,'darkciiiuf-: down aud real-;,.  k.o  that whoii  thesfn:nily  pt:rty  should ���  leave tho -train sho  dud thoma.piii'tho  corjicr woiAil b'6:thb ouly oocupiuxts. of:.'.the  icoin'piirtinbri't.A.d.' '.A.     'A   ,    :;  Per a r.io.iicnu. i'cKut'Aya-*, poirscSsc'cl with  iin ii.sa7iedo3k'eAo,scroapp and 'oidy:by ii-  Ftrd'np' edfort cdntrovlcdhcrpe-'lf. v'i'-ho uian,  iri t:.dcoi'ucr,who up to thia tiuve haddio'c  ir.ovcd fro::! his scat ail ddy.vno.w roso hhci  AvalkcddA tho other C7ui of the oar. ���'_...���  ,    irorcadhedupuort-ho scat; aivedtook ouV  B.doua"r,;haud- satohcly which ke :opc:ucels������'' -'  V."a!? hof-iftiis!'; x$' gotf a irevoivcv? -.Noi.ft..^ ;  would bo e. knife.,; A' revolverWotiid makb  too luuoh'"0;ioise. A Sho wa-tukecl. hiutiwith  ^Allia'todgyW.''  'A; ::���������.:���-��� ������������:..������ y.;-.---    -    -. ���  Ke took'out ooiiiclhing small and.slippdd ,  it. iiitO'tho' p'ookec1 of ids" uo:W Booh he' |  .'r._!"ii���j'L'l*-ai.:V4.::d' se.-voicred to'the far end'of.' j  tho car. Bp, lit. a. t-ipcr.'bcn't; uowitand ;  was engaged. 'wit-h'soiuothiu'V- VHitit was ]  "it? A-A. :-. A.-?..   -���'��������� ''''   .- ��� '.-.'''"���''��� .���-.'  -Ai'.vi-  Zbna put her har.cl to tho wintlnjvantlAi  Kiado,a: cuv;j;-ci-ato t^i'iort- to'open it, t hat she A  .might: ho ready to call' tho Biia'rd.y The j  roan hoard nod turned.. Ho camo quickly '  -forward. "'Allow nie," ho. S!tid.: "' , , !  i... "Qh-^uix thank yon," said Zopahastily; j  d -Sho foitAuiro ho iKHi'discoraod her. pur- ;  posy and thus there was ad covert lueaaoo ���S  La.his tone... .'"''  '   ' -..      "' -      v -  ;'  -"What apowcriAiky 'liuilC fellow l;o.is!",-'!-  WfMit her thou;;hiS:. ''What a villainous :  yii'idiU't.aucc!    t)ub con ,sio he is a;do5por-  '  Amr, d'W  ':"iSh?ikkuj::A;-.;���: v .������'-���-.-.���:���������'..,":.': -dov..-A; -;y!:-' ���'���'���  '  .-A.-AdduddphedA,;AHvsaki,dlh;:;'ftv6ico;whiclid ;:: A.L'Ad-Ad: Ad .d.A'.Ad.- 'A.:,^"'.A-:^-''^:::'::.y A-.:d  ' hor dibthor woukloiot,' ;.a.rc:vce:bp;ii.izpd.;iAA ;d d ,;; :.',,")' -.-.'A-d---^~���-�����" ,.-'-yA,;.,, d-vpv'; .'���..;,,'  ���������d'Virc;.(ii)S.iiC'ii,tlie'iUyji-i:sin 'p;' A..A;';,;._; y. - p A;   '> .d.A '."'AA; dd; .A'AA  ���5nf/i'-'t'hii��� carrJaq-A saulcteaok:dd.rvtho'c,u_h'--A��� d ;.;-;,.:-��� dAy -;. v.-d'A:^ -; -���t.'A^'A v-v-d-vvd^v, y.  idnsadadldu'stypbyhyKtcriaa.tearsd  '      d   A^'-somcajpyuiiohar^c^nnvipncntmgh  ''.���,'r_'h^.i-u^Jp>^ waste frbiiiA ho \m\k<A.  '������tandinA'wdlv\kdf,!.*'atckt] J^ :��� the,Tiui'-a;; yfe  ������n-��^vV,lust^  ..t!u^'.tg;'!;.i'hi.!:Wo!OOW.' V-alk��Urp-forwi-rd to?;.% d.A, vyW .pod '- ''J :; . ; A- ;,-.,. ' ; .; ,���. "d  AhdeoaAiuuam ho shid :A-Oi\4Aicd, Tift, ^H)^il:i ������} Wi^WWi- ^^M^1���^  .lAleyd:  d KdcAs'dd'ld'ido'with ypu.y  kRKcwri'i rido'with 7puhV..-;..-y  ..A'AMldrlght^^^  from'iaduibro,,B!r[0�� ': d . -,.-..v 'y ��������� , r%.)   ;;.-,;..-,"p,:-v'     ..i.o,,.. "-.'.-'..p.;,. -.-������A:".. -'.d-A vp.::-o-d-  .':���;���'.'XpVtliifew:;^''!^  lIifAKii't'o'i.'.titiiilV^  W:iiiti't^ivi'\*c;ir-.i.h5t-^ipj6k6^  igito-vbo djridesnanid t^dorrowanil ,sra:ul ;.!.U.e\'0ii ancli,Corn wail, " is ; soiduin niet Vv  '.'.-,������:  -. .-.T-,.i:'L.-:'^ I VO"  tL.;.,..'. -,..���." U.i..i..'i4.:...- ..'....-.'.;'.' i    '.;.    n'r-A-'jAi'l... .-..-. i.._ ;  .A,.;'.-    ... v   .-,.1 :'' - V, ,-    ;-.!'  .;--.,-   'I.  AddA:  BhoiiktxvQtd;eklie)vyc-dAd-go;l:a';k;pldi-ieAA..^;! the ex pel ieiK-ti.oi  >y^dushV:.TohnW^  .bo,.bGstina}pp3';.;goins;dpw;7,;an(l.;ko.wilb ,- :   ,.-yyd' A--A ,. /V ������ -��� v;: yy;;.;  fsccyou (Afely'Hhck.:dYoukiiowh-'Jr?an:Av ihe, rmnes-oi:,;Devon aiid.-.Ci-nnxall,' A  :Aiud!doanA:di.:''fripii-iiev!ihd.-^  haVbecmstutfyk^  I-hcdrmhuktlbdiovvd Idxliovelw  ..'"Wil'liypu.^-us-diiie^tuk  ::K^iAArj:,.::.A,:..^^  ;.;;A.'Oh,, Lduiso AleHi", vou must, excuse mo hk-A-,.- ���������������'. -;- -y -���-::-������- ���--��� - -' ;'-.s;;: -o'^'o * -pd '; ^::L  ���f&inVdinii'^  ;l-brfiUohkc;-:;;'ojU-?V.'AdA  A :I:vZon;v,:A said'-,-: J.duise as she';,ca:ne; .in; dyt-ars'lai Ac u 6id bees - "til-niedidind b<)yis.',A:i  - aftcWdi t: pe;y^;vG'p:us-ip :v;^  had better.: let lum: e:vann no yenu cyo.;.. Iio,.|,;,;;';. -v- A/ -;.::d ;-:;,;���; d'yi     . z��.--.,- .Aa a-. v.'V'dp  .toySitiA:daPS(:rou3tp:iet fe  :tidn; run.bnv liiid-ho thinks. ityyill ho quitp j  woll.tomorrow if'A'd'u g-t'di'; fjdodnight's'"'  .^t.-v-:;dy:iA;-:!d'iW.^."d".:^-:w;dA":A'-^  ".'.'��� d'^Tcll, if yoii wislpik - I; don't.vrant to:i  spoil 'your wbdd i n^Aipftey hlk '  Aaa; %y  yysi  :.-���;; Wrt' ;���;  f u rin (Jr.'ciily's; was ���dconsidi.'i't'tl'wdrlhh'Srf-  ���iii'ii-.-t-.hi'ow-n ftn-'ay vviih '-th'-'Vatldie," oj.-'.  waste stuir. -A .A.,:.dd.;d,j. d-Avv )d"'������"'>,-.-d;A,'  A  ^t-.wiiv'lt^  ;.'.":"-j-I'ls's' Shdldidi/ i!^' 'oousinv ,I)r. PiorA;' m  ;no)^Ar dF'Ai:di-(Mw3 v-y-hc  'doctor A'Zona, .wifeso-visio-iwasiuuch nnd! '������?.';��� ~ ��� :.'������'. v -.,;  -: . ;;,-; ,. -; v-   v-v  v -.���.;'.;.:        --e  . p.���K-d :by .^  'd>liiirisAhC'ikaiMn:thp',coriicrA';iHdM  ,tln.! ".--'aLt.cpiit.iciii -.'-dcii'''-"...!^.^!!!^ .:-:-o\v iie'rsdi d\vsiL^yd  ���'t'!ii-'h_dA.(;$y  ,<bowcd.A.::..: -,",;,-A..v-'--'-"'--':^:d,- df v. ,o-d AAA: A  AaA&MSiu^  ;; v]s. dqttiokly. :;;dAAtvAn]dc-vshbuo-iinddA^h d pari ly diH a'ccbfiii Aoldthp cdj;por Idcios   d  ;:3?ie^07it'ddd-ipA:ybsd^;:  :- i.'^iGwyiiissvt-iueldonf-one, mo*jacnfc'and, :dTviq ..- ��, - .< -va.a A'a.. oAdA :^;- v--;-,,,,.,;^,:-,;,;,  A���- * What''inr.taut;y-pkdf !";c��clalmed Zoua./ kt i herhnv,: priCe tri   which;ccipp'erp had.As  ;:ATiVir.k.yc-4U,-d.oc!;orAd     A   a."' " A;;��   ':AW hecidbought' 'bydh-rgO' :':i"uipori.tVf:' th'*-A.;  v-Ypu.::hm,quifp; ^Icomo^A l^-roplic-l,, %-Q\En iiiela). d'lt dvus^odhdisdc.yere&Ad:  '.'"nv-tcinorrow I noiyj vou will have quite--,     -,    =.-���-������    :;,<.,: .-:' -.--o. -.? ;.-;p.  -��orKottd:AitA'd--di'Ad A; '  A ;,-;.;.,-: ���/; :   0 that : thea old burrows   wpitld. returuy  ; .Thero wasAitt-ld sleep that night for Zo- fhandsome diviti'eu..d'8'''t'otbc';shiu:ehdid-r&'  ���  naSheidpn.     y     :'; ."W.AA:    ���', A;  -  . -  :d.j'redinth& '���' tnundic contained:' in then i, '.'d'i  'Whata Uttlc  diot -T-havodjeon!. HowAi,,,,      A     ��� , ' .:       . ,'��� A; ,; ;       : A     :   ii  couWI havdinu^inedsvk^thizissof hint! Yih�� nKmsfer,. ubb^lid^aps  .Soon be-;A  Ilp'is  thlkand powerAil���ihafc was-riaht. Iciuu't. the scenes ui aniinalod lite.    Tho    (  33ut dark-dand ludrdoroiw looking.    \Vliy, j-deserted'mine -buildings o.nce more- he-  he is fairer;'than'Td, What blue eyes and A -, n^ Qie ijonieof activity audirulustryw; V  whaSvavyleasaut  Enulif!- 'oli,:-.Jiow ���can vxp .... "SvA'-AV; ���.;.������..-:.., ������<,.:  mccOhimin tho mdmingb   rwishLouise' .3lenpwomen and  children were busily ���  liadviioptold hhn." y - '- "   gieautiig   oyer- vast mounds ; fcuy l.hp    .  ���-.-, lint sleep came' afc last, aud\Zona;woke: f ip.igiit yeilinv niundicwliich their fort-. '������ ,  SSaSo-dS^t?^  meet BroPierpont. ^ But. it was settled, for | searcbifip; for arsenic, thatinostfamous  her. ;.A sudden t-ui-'n la th.c -pathAbroiight j qf* uiineuti poisons. -    .-,.,- .���       ;A  her face to"faco: with .him.    Shcdurrst into 'j.        v- ' ,. '  ���"..' '.','���   '. d" ���   '������''-"        .'Ad A'  ���-.IW Ra  il peal of merry laughter, which''hcrpchoc:d. j-  "Do. Pierpontddshe said, '���' I hope -you  willdbevmereirul hncl keep ouy secret. "���-  AA "I ani'nbfc.likely-' to .toil a-secret- so nmch  to luyuis-adyantage.; dVfhat was it? . Yil-  lakiousM���-"A-.. ",' ������ ���     A; ������     ���'      o-.  . v'Tleasc, doctor," sho huplorcdM"I did  : notpupticc your looksat all.' , P-had parted.  wrthWiy souses.;''' .A ..-��� '��� , ��� "������  Had iiofc.' th.o who-lc' h.ousohold' been'ahs  .am..si.ro ho-is lo.iki;:^ ;  mv  S^3 B'''���"-. f)  !IS(1'It  ifiBi.fi an  flp/flpl  into  my back room," raid  J.    Wm   see. y<ll, and iu :iho 'end lo eomio pave his per  the so  Prussians  dreaded   spies  ;.vnd- woro ��� j-us^ion that ho should diarrv i, i.ilb. Ai-iws  vcp- sitsi'H'ioos.    ISo sooiicr was lio re-aiod ���' An(1 I;l,u:..,nc> ^p,, was at first vei'vaniTi'v.   ;  ���In mybarbu's choir than  I  notmed that. Avras  afteiWavd 'reconciled, and when   she  '  Ins how was powdered, so as to   pivc him ��� died���iuuh dhe ami   lo  co-are   aro    now  i  nn-nlder look...   Says ho ut once: "I am.: rte;,cp_Kp0  ].r;-  rhohulk.of her foAtmodo !  Eustase.     l'.inflii'.-!  smilo way of pcettiiurd tho -vovdm com-io.    And do the littlo Kns-: j  into the chaioat/J   ^oamiot ask my fathor : p,^, -v. ,.,nv M> doPIonvikd  aad bun;.- tho i  (,.n,a  u   B-lis-i ill'     <t>, help nie, jIo mpsr- not know I am hero, r f0iv;.t hko aA.n'atui soipoeiu'; ht:t  so.oo ik  3  PI  il I   N'S'll^      tsaw iiimaslcamolure.   A\!y father was yin reoncmbcr th:A, after ;:!!. ho is  tho son  ti tiJ hJ &. RA iUj B     di-iink and was.friiterni.-.ing with our cue-    oi Gris Lapin. ���Ail tho Y��ar Pound.  RAILWAY  mies:" ���    . ,  1 Tiien I v.'.-is sure; tho Germar-.s were ;  w;:tchi,ng' us: ATovv, ;i f-nddo:i inspk'at ioti :  sei/eel  mo, and  1   said akiial: "Yes, tIvy  Be Tore tho r.-.lpc.  Avehhi>!:op di:p:co was  ooeo  prosc^A ::t,.'  uto-iciiow  ���WW'  '���'-'. ���������������,..-.���- .;  Jsow,,tho. rlog was a xorr beav.itiful dia- \  inopcl, pivon to 'Aona by her tanther. and. :  A.ona, with a eiWeys-'d of co:;ve;itionalliy, -i  woro It ou.t-ho flnper wh.i.'h i:' usually sot A  Bpai't do carry the spinal of cupapemo::t. :  A Therefyro- his-th-uprhis \veeo: ''jrhip;^- ������  nl! AVeil, I d-iu't wooded Sho sorely is ;'  tho loved best [.-iri .1 , over saw. I.WoiidcrA;  who tho happy-iV-li-aw i>. ^^"hat can l.-o tho :  matteir with:u.r, tivVtijth? i-.ho doesn't, look ,  k, bit like sho.did tho ibv-t part of the day. ,  I've, .ii -notion Vb speak toiler. An A-m.erl- i  can pirl isn't likely to bo r.o squeamish as ;���  a native:.    Here.poeW     , . d- ;;  "I -l;;-op' your pard.on," lie said aloud:  You look wearied. .Do' yon go much farther?'A ,       '' '  ' ��� ' " d .,       -   o|  A.n Enplislnn.".;*. vepnldn't speak without, an introduction, thdup-hcWona, if ho  .hadn't.some (lesmin.  Jt was sdiiio little -time Ijcforo tho qucs- i  tion was a'ssvyerotk'fesr she: was makitpr a i  cnlouia*.ion whetliei- if sho told hint that ;  her journey's end w,o.s near ho would ho i  tiiuly to make the best of his time and attack hor immediately, or whether lie mb.'rht  AdVVv ..   :. .;:: A 'Sad.Case. .'.,;... . '} v.v.Ad  :���'..- AlderinehLalonde.'Edgren andGootid  eve,have; iny.chi.iige asatt   case ol" sick- ,  ness   and destitution din fhe:pei:soii:ii|A d  Mi s. "Bebaii," a woman a bon t' ot) y ears oj: ....  ago,   viho --was.,taken to   the   hospital.  . , ,,, yesterdiiv   suffering-with 'f'eveivsi'i.vs'A  Had iioc. th.o who-lc ��� house hold' boon a'o- -A     r>     -   ..,..-:     ,.,- ' -     a  sorbed in dho wedding, they musbWavod! ille Hossla^d obmer.    She  was'.iol ex> -  soon that thero was a secret-undcrstamlinr;    needed to live .^through the n'ight,. anil  l)ctween  tho copiphtriots  .which ciuickly,  hsr lather, whodivosin AViniiipeg, was'.  ���ripcnc'cl irft-o intliiiacy..    -.WW...    .. ���' -��� ":   s0 nbtilieilA  The pioor wonian has three '""  'A-vnd Zona is to ��70 hack to l-iOndon un-     ,   ,-,     '  ;        A ���-,   .-������'     ',. ��� .   ,- ',--.  dor your escort, John?" said-Louise.      A     children, one.'-a   babe ot eight months,  ".'"Providoil. she is  ndt afraid iS trayck anulher about two years bid anda boy   ���  wishnic," he said,-with a laughing bov," to -,0f LUpht yenrs. ���      A'' A.   :  ^Tsmilo was her only answer.'    v j;; A'few .noutits ngo,. fheduishandand-  They..wori: seated���tho solo.'occupants of   father was so, .broken elown wit h con-   ,  a compart men t. . suivrpt ion; that ir; was decided to seek a  -���'Xowwillyou unsT^r ino a question?   ,...,., Cvali(;p:   ()f   health   in- (;al|t"orniu.  I-Tad'too. mtido up yirur mlutl what; to,do   ,,. - . , -.���.-.. ; ' ���  If worst came to worst?"   '   - ,'���--    , -i here were   not enough umdstp takp  '���'Yes," she said, km phi r.p. ;.,"I v.*.is pjo-d the v. hole family,', so he went and lias.  in':,' to.to.ko off  my watch, and ring-and i just cou'te out of' a.hospital, but is not ,;.  offer to.oin te. voxi, as well as inv purse..   I      , , ,.  .. ,,.,      - .,.     ., '  t   ������   ,   .,,,-iAi- i.,t,  ,. ���: , , \A.;, ,.i.,.   : abeto ejiro .'living.  , .1 he, tvileatteinp-  iune'cd vou ioni-.eii at mv ntpp pavitoiil.'ir-. \ .-������������. -v l   -  Ivy'    *.",.'        , '" ��� heel ta.ikvjviile for the little ones,  and  , " "I did.." he,said after a pnuso, ''hocauso, i struggled alone: unfiisickne'ss ovei'tooj.;.  yonktiow. WvWger you Wear it on. Hay i hor ^ul ,h6 .!H.;dUi;odvpendent upon tho  I ask W.liss Anoidou, u iliero is auy partm-   ,.    ,; '    .,. ���    .   -..-      ... r...  ularslgoiticaucein ip" kindly ofkeos o.i moghbois.    Ibemem,  "It was pivea nip hy my mother, "she   bers   of t lie   council have,  kept   away.  said simply. ' ; w:mt, but   tho mother's   condition be-  "I am  vtrv grateful  indeed ."Mr. Pier- A- A ,      i      , i    t   W  pout," said MnLW.heldo-t lato in tho "oven"- ! CiUna so ,ow 5'^^^^' lhtlt showasrc  ing, ris the throe, sat in hor  parlor, "that j niovedj to tho - hosi.ital,.aiid at   a lute-  jny tlaughtcr has  had yepar  company.'  I 'hour last   'night hor life was- despaired d  never foci safedo have avlrulyj^vol uuat- j of ��� , The boy was takeiAfo liis mothers  pcraaps.ao.'m.do!  .purjioso  Kirective  wi'is'ntni.'D  I' M    V il    1' .M  Xr  j buy (thickens at  the chateau,--and  if you j n   full  dresj; debato on the'eastward jiosi-  annrnuT r-              '             ' 1-acl ilr'v l'-P1---''^ v��u could sell them. Any ! lion, when doubts wero c.\-pro:sssii-;!s to th;:  SGIII'iUl. Al'.;     .         -             |. kind of poultry is   in   denuind.."     Then I ' C7;:ict   meatiiin?  of   t ho wmiA "' before  the  ^W      '.               ir--1 V.otieed Chat Kustaso started.    "Pore Tau- i t.ibto."   A f ter a speech or   t wo Dr. Jiin.^ia  oiiiMona, iNovember -U *.���\u ��� 1HMp, ?a[([ ]w in ,, 1(���v YO;eo, "th;it, piioss | t-edv.ed a pieeo.of  paper and wrote: "As to  ...A.,,,,,,,. v.,'   ' uboot ni^eonswiis a danporouslv pood onod : fcbo phrase, "i'ho   piper that   pla.vctlbiife.ro  '     -"*'"' ���'���      '-      ...*.-.     ,       -   '..v;,���.   ,.:,.:,   ���f  ,,,, ! M(-.o.;.'Ai;!.!A!nv!o;:A;;i,     'Who l-.rli.o-:  KARTIIOl'Nn  ihu'ok!"    Ar.d-oprning  tb.o  tho  bosoin   cf  h!.s ! "Moses,' ikud.is havo arAvn.     S-iino f-.rli  :;;e.i:;;::y d;ho that tli.o p,ip.?r p-iayod bo-  ��"��n- A:,!   ,     pd:AA'>d;: ^yyoAd'yAdyy-niA:-.:;:..:i-A'-rAd^'dd;-,'d- d;';y'd,A i  ;;""" -' ' ""';;!; ^;J^^ a aa aa, a , yy:yASddAdd;:t aias \  Ni.'rtT.nn.-l -! are lo��-."l traln.i beixn.-en 't'nul ; had been promised hiM-paul, ,..,il ,-, y.ui.i  anilkossh.nd * Winde-rtake a tlangetvas servioiN aad t   was  No's/ianiKia-rc  local   trains   l,e(,vecn  Tr.uk   toil .,,,1 oat, the exact loreo o '   ^    ;'   "  ahilltobson. No G roi������:,;l;s with train Not; this province. I ha I o ha h oo ,. ., n.  fron, Kosshuiil.    Al, ���'ai���K,lailv. ,       1   ���*^�����$^ ^^'^  R    GUTI'ILIUS, Gen. S.ip. Uu-tau.i, ��u.;  aro wroiiK.   Tho phrascis to bo uiuko'stood  us   ioipiyinp lli.'it tiio   piper   played at tlio  : north end of Moses, 'lbu(lun'*"s.oiit,h."    The  ,m;r j v'oeotmenfc was   handed I up to  Archbishop  fair,, who  looked   k"ovo.���'Am   Praucisee,'  \rgori-7uS.  s .   . _ ItogctluT.. -j  'So so.'v.o li'.o.o h.o.d oh:pA:ei in the uncertaiii-  1  ly when she said, "i don't know, sir."  Zona again attempted to' open tho win-,  'low,  and. thi3  tiuio'with  success.    Soon  th.o darkr.oss    increased  and  tlio 'hollow.  ���Kiinhling told that tho train had  entered  .a tunnel.    Ail ot  or.co  she  fcit  ;i  sharp  ;  stiori: a-r.-'I a shri.-k frb::i  her nilnpleil wivlt i  taoye'd of  tho  eop.yir.o as it gave vent to  !  its; joy  at  enior^ing Into duyliyhu a^tuu.d  Th.o man was at her side.  " 1 l)og pardon  for intruding.   Are you  hurt,/" he asked uus.iuiisly.  /'ona- thought his anxiety was caused hy '  fear lest; the guard might have heard her  scream. At too same time she: beca7iio  conscious thafc't'ho'pai'i) .was in her right  tye.. A oiiiuer from th.o open window nad  lodged ink., '    .    j  "If you would lot uio," said tho stranger,  ;  producing from his poe.kot a handkerchief.   :  '.'Chloroform!',' Hashed jitorough   Zouii'a  tended in a compart"���        ~"~v":  lioro-lser auditors'- glanced at each-other  and burst; into 'Un.oontroilr.blc laughter.  Mrs. Sheldon looked amazed,-,    .���_....^.  "Thereby   hangs  a.   tale, mother," said'  Zona  when she had  recovered hor voice,  and (die related the story.  "vMif.s Komi -'has omitted tho sequel,"  said Dr. I'ierpoiit gravely,'"which is that  I have won from her a cO"ose::t, subject to  your approval, to he her protector, and  yours, too, for the rest of oiu lives."���Exchange.  Too Gonel For Vr.o.  "That,is a   r:ire   old violin   I   liea? you  pliiying  so  oft-on,  is  it  not?"   askod tlio  tuxt���duov neighbor.  "It is indeed," replied the owner of tho  iastrnmont.  . "It, cost, over 3500. "  '".Sooins to uio," rejoined the cither wonrl-  ly, "It's ton v.'.lunl.ilo to l-o used liko an or-  boclside, and cried as if his heart would  break, until he was again taken homo  to he wit li-the'two little: children, who  were being'eared for ��� by .neighbors;.  The aiderui-n having the niattter in  charge, last night tel<'gr;iphed to Mrs.  Be ha us father at'Winnipeg, advising  him of his 'daughter's condition, and  asking for instructions- as to the children,    Tbe husband   was uko notified  Historical Ground. '  The spots where Proek and Wolfe fell  have; their great historical value and totho  man who loves anil honors elash anel valor  of the soldier, there comes as lie stands  there, simtoUdiupakin to reverence, soinc-  dinary heldio.     If it was mine, I wouldn't j Uiino; that sends   the hand instinctively to  touch it more than oncoa vear."���Chicago A,     ,"'  , ,   - ,,���      ���    , ,   ,, t  ... ., " b    i tlio hat brnn, somelhmg lnelesorihuble, not  ���lriLnme. W . ,   ��� A . , ��� A'  : , .  i more so however t ban tho sensations Which  Ol-Ject-jd to ExiiKKOi-.'-.tioas  ! stole into and over the being of lhe writer.  Gi-.sb'.'.y ���V/iui'li! you thiuk  cf   mo  if  Id when, a few flays ago,   ho stood upon   tho  wero 10,000 le'iRuos a way? A vvvy ]l].[n\< .ind looking   down into lhe salt  iii-; Fiaiuee (from college)���As tho tuns- .    '��� , " ,. ,   .    ,.  A. ,., ,.i  ;.  ,,���i��� �� ooo    waters of    Biirranl.   Inlet,  listened   to tin.  tmum diameter of   the. o:u'!h is  only 8,C0t' 'A"1^1 -, , A,i     ' -i     .   <.m,.,  miles, Cli.ivmco, your supposition is aa im-    words oi an old \ ancoiiver resident:     m.p,.>  r-.n-s^i'-ln cum.���Pcarsotds Weekly. '., i n,,.,-,..v r,.i].-':... Kootenai'>"-  J.owerv fell."- Kootenai.). lApA  ddify  mi  i  i;.";  . - 'patmBiSaaS9i*U^tl*eS^SSSBSk  f  IE MOYIE CITY LRADBE  Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie City and East Kootenay.  1J. K. YOUNG,  '#. J. SMYIU, '  Till)  KlX-rj-srtjidsuBi-ciurMoi:.  One Year.  Usui Tittsy.  Editor.  .-.$2,66'.  A: All"���"coiriunm'ioP.riD'ps doyke^tilitdrdiiust'be,  A*i.ccomp!'.ul(;u. by the-yeritor's )i!inH".'')isliii 'adiirc's.s,  diifH iiecedsat'ikvdiir vrtibhceitinri, lint us evidiiiico  ofgoofl faith.AVdvertiSiii'p; ..rijtcs ipacle.3ino-.va  i!tij"-oii,;appliciriirini,, ;A.;       ;.A'.'odd-Ad AddAdA  SATURDAY,  JUNE XI, 1808.  THAT   VOL1T1CAL   ST Alt    Cll AMlJi.i:.  Last Thursday evening a so-called  convention was held at Fort Steele by'  opponents of Col. Baker aud for the  purpose  of ��� naming   a   candidate  to  ' stand, against the" present member  from East Koonenay and���"against  the   government."    Wc   had    always  ', supposed that a man who was opposed  to the government of .a country' in  which he lived was a traitor, but it  seems.that the Fort Steele political  contingent, headed by an interloper  from the Lord knows where, can. libel  the government of British Columbia  and keep out of jail.  This convention,   controlled   by, a  click iu the form .of   a committee  of  ��� mongrel   politicians   of   Fort  Steele,  laid down the most arbitrary measures  ��� for the guidance'of tho. people ever  fastened upon the wings oi a political  campaign.' Mr. Baillie was nominated.  How? and why? Ho was nominated  by abrogating the rights of the electors,  who  assembled at this convention to'  ��� cast their ballots tree and untramineled  - for a candidate to their liking, at this  convention and at the polls in July.  A pledge was prepared by' Mr. Baillie  Which every elector was coerced to  sign, if ho was allowed voice and seat  in this convention,   binding  the said  - elector to support the candidate  named. At the eamc time the personal political views of Mr. Baillie as  set forth in the Prospector were that  the name of each elector voting  ���would ho puhhshud each week  iu   the  birth, never to   return.    And   when a  few hundred dollars have been sent in  this way he packs his grip  and  goes  back to sunny Italy to live in .luxury  the remainder of his days.   The white  man, ou the other  hand,-remains iu  tho country, invests his money in   the  country,  and   perhaps   in   time   the  railroad upou which' he  got his start  receives a portion of the benefit of his  labors.   But then at the  present  rato  of wages paid  on   this' road  there ?is  little    danger   of   either   whites    or{  Italians    accumulating   independent  fortunes. '   , '  , Mr. Baillie scut forth his- manifesto  in the last issue of the Prospector.    It  proves beyond the pre-adventurerof a'  reasonable doubt lhat the  last' week's  convention was rather a cut and dried  affair and that his  declarations were  hatched "accessory  before the  fact."  Mr. Baillie evidently unearthed a last  year's Kentucky bird's nest.    . ',     .   . -, UkOVINOI.-I.   SJ-CIiKXARY'S   OIFIC*.  is.immidiately fceiit to luc land oL nib    ��� o0l_ :_.ay..iS9S.  20th ���_fay���1S9S  , HIS HONOR, the Lieutenant Governor, has  been pleased to appoint the undermonUoncd  persons to be Collectors ol Votes, under the  provisions of section IC ol the "Redistribution  Act, IS9S," namely:  , Josiaii Stibrett* of Donald, For the North  Rietiug, East Kootenay Electoral District..  Ci^RLE/S M. Edwards, of Fort Steele, for the  South Riding, East Kootenay Electoral District. . ���  And His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor has  heen pleased to appoint the undermentioned  person to he aDistributing Collector, under, the  provisions of section 17 ot the saiel Act, namely:  In  the  former  Electoral u District   of  East  Kootenay, James F. Armstrong, of Fort Steele.  CM  di'.m'i""""   ��5 LU��?  l'KOVIXCIA-L   SKCIU-TAUY-S   OFFICE  HIS HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleai-ed to make the following appoiut-  meUtS:~    ^ ^      o1Sth April, 1898.  C_ri_ Edward D-ksy, of War-infer, Esquire,  to be a Justice of the Peace within aud "for tbe  Couuty.of Kootenay. '  ,' 19th April, 1S0S.  JOSEPH Howe Laidlaw, of Craut.ro-1:, Esquire, to be a Justice of the Peace within and  1 (or the County ot Kootenay. 7*"  Baker St., NELSON, B. C.  Wholesale  Groceries  and Provisions.  FIRST CLASS ASSORTMENT.  f WITEB ORDER. PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.  r. o. box 214.  CANADA, DRUG anil BOOK CO.,  LIMITED, MCLSOK, B. C.  *  "" (  Staionory, Office Supplies, Wall Paper.  :('��� .    iy -' " ..       ' .'..��� '���"',  'f,       i ,       Cl  Drugs, Patent  Medicines.  Druggists'  Sundries,"   Mail  Orders   Solicited  Carry the largeBt stock of  0   ��� NELSON AND KASLO, B> C.  As a matter of fact there were move  than twenty of the electors at the recent convention at Fort- Steele who  took no part in it'by reason ' of the  shady politics of the Baillie faction.  They simply walked out disgusted.  The,, Prospector hasn't said lately  that Movie was tributary to Fort  Steele.    She isn't' politically tributary  A Patriotic Egg.  , In Monroe, this county, ail ambitious'hen has produced a war egg  whicli lays every one so far reported  in the shade. The old lady who owns  the hen went out one, day to gather  eggs and found one bearing the caba- j  listic letters "G. S. K." The find ere  ated much excitement among the  women of Monroe and tiiey quickly,  gathered. They all agreed it was pro-  photic of something, but of what, puzzled them.,  , One lady suggested that it meant  "(rive Sinners Help." . Another suggested that it meant "God Sends  Help'." Still another said~��t meant  that "God Saves Heathens.'' Another  declared that it meant "God Sends  Harmony."  ���would ho puhhshud each week in the Finally'oiie old lady, noted for her  Prospector until   election day ; and all  ^g^us devotion, who had been  say-  * ��� - * -    .u_  ing little, sprang to her  feet an  EDUCATION*.  NOTICE is hereby given that the annual examination of candidates for certificates of qualification to tench in the'Public Schools ol the  Province will be held as follows, commencing  ou Monday, July -itli, 1S9S, atS:45 a. m.:���  Victoria Iu South Park School building.  Vancouver In'High School'Building.  Kamloops Jn Public School Buildiug.  '.  Each applicant must forward a notice,  thirty, days before the ' examination,  stating the class and grade of certificate for  which he will be a candidate, tho optional subjects selected, and at which of ��� the above  named places he will attend,    :  Every notice of intention to be an applicant  must be , accompanied with satisfactory testimonial of moral character.  Candidates arc notified that all of the above requirements must be fulfilled belore their application c4n be filed. ,  All candidates for First Class, Grade A, Certificates, Including Graduates/must attend in  Victoria to take the subjects prescribed for  July 13th and 14th instants, and to undergo required oral examinatiou. S. D. POPE,  I 6-4 Superintendent of Education.  I Education Office.           Victoria, May 4th, 1898,  C.E.IALLBTTE&CO.  Dealers in ,      ,  Hay, Feed and Produce  A large stock of' Hay,   Oats  and Fresh Vegetables always  on hand,    Prompt attention  "     given to mail orders.   Agents    -,  Lion Brewery, Rossland.  .BAKER ST. '     NELSON, B. C.  All Kinds of  Canvas Goods.  Tents,   Awnings,  Wagon Covers,  Sailor Bags,  Hammocks,  Canvas Cot Beds.  NELSON,  B. C.  DRS.BRODIE&WATT,  GENERAL    PRACTITIONERS.  CRANBROOK and POUT .STEELE.  Regular  visits to Wardner,  Swansea,   Moyie  City and St. Eugene Mission.  If You  Want Anything  ' IN THE DRUG LINE OR  ASSAYERS' ,, SUPPLIES,  Call on or write    "  Wi P. TEETZEL & CO,  KELSON, B. C.  FOR FINE  im Btoub 0!  ADDRESS  California Wi*xe Oo  ' NELSON. '  which  makes the  v  Iff  this under tlie law  ballot a secret one.  Tho whole plot and its  culmination  in the nomination of Mr. Baillie is an  insult to the intelligent voters of this  province and in its every import   and  phase   bears. the   stamp   of  political  chicanery and fraud.   ,Mr. Baillie and  his  henchman   from Kentucky  havo  raised their voices and used their press  ���repeatedly against everything that had  a stmblance of fraud   in   politics yet,  at tho.  very  first   opportunity   which  offer,, they adopt and put in force for  their  own   aggrandisement  the   very  _anie scheming  trickery   which   they  frowned upon.  While this paper has  always been  in   favor   of   Colonel  Baker,   it'���has  never said lhat it would he opposed to  an honorable opposition  to his retttfn.  But it,  docs say   now,   most emphatically, that it f5ha.ll not bo  ir. favor   tfr  support oi any opposition' whose  can-  didate acquire-' title lo b.  a  standard  bearer by   tlie   method?-   used   in   the  nomination of M-. Baillie.  Thin paper  has said oi Mr. li.iillie   that��he was  a  brilliant writer.   Ii'doca not .-.ay otherwise now, but it does (-ay thai   it  does"  not"necessarily'  follow   that   he  will i  make a brilliant representative of   the  people.     lie   cannot   represent    the  Whole people; by his acts at this  contention he lias shown himself to be in  Opposition'.to' the.will of the people���a  dictator who would use ahy means or  power to prevent  an   honest elector  from casting his ballot other  thaii fot  himself.  As far as tho electors qf Moyie ..City,  who attended the convention are con-  '.- cerned, they were   willing   to  support  the nominee of ' the   convention^ but  they did not propose to be dictated   to  or coerced into doing what  they  had  the honetit, legal  alid  moral  right  to  do according to   their  own judgment  and.they promptly walked out of   the  convention.    The people of. Moyie are  proud.of therh, audiustly. ac, for  they       .    Qn  believe'in the  hone-sly ��� of . the  ballot  ,  and   that   political   fraud   should  be  crushed at its inception.    This  paper  will be heard again en the -iiibiect;  ing little, sprang to her feet and ve*-  hemently declared that the letters  stood for "Give Spain Hell." All  present agreed that her interpretation  "was correct.���Salina Press.  li* tftuvas ���_"*��� L-  ���ScStFbAnFoT HALIFAX*  -   '      Incorporated 1809-  CAP1TAL';PAID UP. .-.:-��� ��� ,   REST ' ��� I'    Head .Office HALIFAX,AN. Sr  '��� $1,500,000.00  ..:  1,175,000.00  MINING BROKERS-d  All Mining  Papora  legally  and  Neatly  Drawn Up.  We can handle mining property in  East Kootenay, and will develop  mines or do assessment work.  LIST YOUU VROrEF.TY WITH US.  , coKiiEsi'ONbErfciJ solicit* d.  ���vrOYII! CITY-  PEOSPECTOES^W^  GET YOUR' OUTFIT AT THE  T E. KEMNY, Esq., President.  lDi II. DUNCANi Cashier.  JOSEPU NEI])ER3TADT, Prop.  Lager beer sold  by the Keg Or  doeen  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock.; . .  Outside Orders Given Strict Attention.  ��aSHhiAMi'i��i��Ml��ii<a��MaMMi��>��b��M^^  Centrally located,1 and  class in all apartment-.  115  Branches and correspondents in the priucipal cities in the Provinces,  United SUtcs ftnd  Great Britain, and at Vancouver) Rossland,. Nanalmo aud Nelson, B.C.  A general banking business transacted.   Sterling bills ol exchange bought and sold.   Lot'  ! tens of credit^ etcn negotiated.   Accounts and deposits received.ou moot favorable terms.  GEORGE KYDD,  '" Manager Nelson Branch  -*---*-  RlCfiAW-SON &. PURDUE,  ftfojis.  DEALERS IN���  Hardware,  Groceries,  Dry Goods* Etc.-  Etc-  INTERNATIONAL  1"  1J  Lf-MITED.  !0.  Qiioen'- Avenue;  MOYIE, B.  Steamer '���'"jnteiriational" 011  nav Lake and River;  i Koble--  PainterSj  Pagerhangerg;  SIGN V"ftti*j[Nfe A SPECIALTY.  K9TIMATES OiVSN.  Staple and Fancy  Dry Goods,  Clothing, Gents' furnishings,  Boots  and Shoes, Hata and Capa. Stores at  NELSON and KUSKONOOi  LILLIE BROTHERS,  Best brahds  in  Canada  manufactured right/^in rKootenay  by  the' firm  ^.^^ _^a.w_   ��P^aiVANCOUVER, VICTOEIA, NBLSOI*.  Ginger ale, lemonade, sarsaparilla, plain soda,  Byrups,  essences     '   ,  augostura, orangei'.bitters. Box 108, NELSON.  BbeWbby-  of- Italian  Tlie promiscuous Iiiriiig  iaiiorcrK   in   tho   construction cf  T,f\d j-3  brie of   U'.c  Crow':5 Id est  r en nd us    why  v,  line arc- not  .niH'F;!' l-ri;.t  th  derivihC  tr.wn!-'.   i  tc\*ri:.e  tlie  .'.'���'.'iii 11  the  lain.  iilcng   tlie;  r��!iiov.nl  ci.  -7  >\r.   alonf,  .....:...TIME CARD., :.  in e-n'ect idth of Hay., 1898. Subject to  A change without notice;  .'������,_..' SS INTERNATIONAL,  Leaves ICaslo'. at-. 3:33  a. ro. every  day ejicerit Suhday, calling at  all,way  polnte,'  ���Connects at Pive Mile JPpint witli  S. F. &,. N. train at 0 -/Jo a, mM arrives  at Nelson 7 :20 a. m.  Leaves Nelson at 5 p. m.' cdutieot'-  ing at Pive Mile Point with traiii from  Spokane] arriving at Kaslo 8 :30 p. m.  Connects at Pilot Bay With Ss Alberta for Bonners Ferry and Kootenay  river pointt;.  SB' ALBERTA. -..'.-,  1 Leaves Hanlo on arrival of. K. & S.  .4....- __ Saturday and Tuesday, at  d :'d'} p. m., and Thursday at 6 a. th.,  touching all way ptiititb., OonhScta at  Bonnero iTctry with tr.dt:!. trains.  Leaves v^otiiiers Teiry^t 9, p. vii. oh  Stinday: Tifcdheeda'y  anQ  irtidtiy!  hr-  H^irig' at l?.a_lc 1 .,. rrz. hett day:  Hibte Sorihbctidn witli JSa2l febtb  i i'ii.,, -   \ i ���    .)���   ini;' i J,-, .i ii j    11  ....   bomte via. dentiingD and  B  >iOYIE CITY  and CRANBROOK.  n  \JT  ���v  and OoffeilHouse.  f 1NB LAGlE BEEI-  AND PORTER . .   .   \  OnDERfl" Promptly  R. Riesterer and Co., fafys.,  ATTENDED  TO.  NELSOtsi, B. C,  Boot & Sb.oe.OOi  Kelson, :     .     .     ���    ���    b. c  JOE. ITROBUS,      -      ���'���'������ Proprietor  , MOYIE CITY, B. C.  i^a.k:k - SHORE  Barbershop  "'   A A. '.-,,..- -A(LlMITEL);)'v; '��� --. -'.  ^OR-iT STBE^^rldWARtiNERrB. e;  -^AKiJ-  IW  :bhilei*i3  illll-  Batb. Rooms  J. "_. -MUSOBAVEj     -, .  -*   I'-opfletor    _l.p,yiK,..B, c0.  jPOB, EENT  A Me room Hot^l 2&x  BO feet ixi size;   Apply  !    GEC?. BASSETTj.';-  f  w,r ..���.-^.1M��w.JJpvi.���i*..5*-.fii^ ^ -...  ~     bafM^flrf k STEWART?  iial - ltt��attia|  ASSAYIFJB^  ; ... WHOLESALE DEALEttS IN ... d  ;  ;  WMes, Liqiuors and ���igars; ScMitz and Papst  'i  J   ~<M-  Whtitcsiilc aud Retail tJcaicr iii  ���#���- -r.  Oigari,  es;  'f  ���xR  _r  iiliief-' Suppjies; MBtccsllce:  ing �� npecir.lty.    '..    . . ���     ���. ���  ftv-i:.v di.oiiar tue  Itiuian gets hvid  oi j  id 0. huH. 1**1 Ai.si.b'.o, &��� Vf)  j MOVIE CITYr  Bf C-i  6ar'3.ij Pbket*  ole agent fdr  TUCKETT'S cigars:  (kelson, b. c.  @Mipi^  f/iOY.��; lAstkdbtENAY;BAb;  tlie "above kotbi _iab been rcbbiiiiy p.r-  ebt-d, dHa neiiily itimiiiie��� tiirough-  out. , A       \    ...      A  G6$y, hM Odstifdftable  Rocims.  The iiar'js ouppliecl with!  tho  beet brands   b'l liquor, .ifi-nd  cigaro. .'.  .      ���   ���        .   ������,  Headquar-orB'.forlMininglMon.  HOIJSE;  Mcii'fj EuttB; siiirta.!in^Onucr^*carli^09^,:BUocK  iliiii RublicrsJ F.ocknl giovcit iiud braces.  JE'vc^uthing hh'e^railro'acl  and city man wants. . . .  Av;; .,   -   M..W:  Oivi: va a CALL."tB_��  SIid �� eb:  MOYIE  B. C-  ���nMW^ifWaNMj^im-U r>WW_--H-_l7"_  *xwr.*v^.*ev<*mts^r?tt^

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