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The Moyie City Leader Jun 25, 1898

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 v\  tw  X  TTI'  VOL. l, NO. tl-  MOYIE  CITY, B. G., JUNE 25, 1898,  %2 A YEAK,  He Has Made a  Good  Showing.  McMAHON  f AN IDEAL TOWNSITE For Business and ||  Pleasure; as a.Residential Locality 1  Unequalled., ^  Situated on Moyio Lake. Excellentj;Fish.  ing, Boating, Bathing   and  Shooting. . .'  BY-PAY HOLISM  Lake Shore, Moyie  BAIIUE'S BARREN BALDERDASH  His "Applause Contingent" was on Hand  and Did Some Very Efficient   ,t  Work ftt ttte Meeting.  GENEEAL MERCHANTS.  I  t ��-  eries  ugen  )  Mines aliVithin.an hour's walk. Good water  supply. r Exceptional drainago facilities.; Has  thc best prospects.  ' , ���'    ���  The Busiest and Most Talked of Town in  flk' '    EAST KOOTENAY.    ,  *      '��� ,.'���.'���.       '     _0���        *     '  i   ,, <  G.CAMPBELL, Moyie pity,  B.C.  vft  MAKTIN FOIaJSYJ* CO., Props.  The House is Equipped in First olw ��� jlo  Throughout. Largo and Commodious Dining  Room "Best Brands ot Wines, -Liquors and  Cigars can be had at the Bar.  Headquarters for Commenoial and Mining. Men.        M  ....'���' ���   W  Jk\ _ ��� MOVIE CITY, B. C.      >ii  ^    QUEEK  AVENUE, - ^       ^ ^.*^4bA ^&&k  An Ideal TownsitelMostPicturesauely and De  lightfully Situated.  Backed  Lake Shore mines,  >or Further Iniofriiatipn Apply ,W.; ;  XXa'   lake shore Aopifid*. WWMsife:fld.  ....,���:h..,r..i. ' , iimii��m��' arnrnin��'Ti"'' -_      _ . ���..-...������- :.���-�����?���*���; Ci itij  m  _~i **?"��r ,^*t. rw*i 7SA*  B 9>  ��-. CAMPii&Zi'i   A  T.CLAB,K.  Etir:nis1  The' political meeting ��� Wednesday  evening  demonstrated more   clearly  than ever Col.  Baker's Btrength  and  the weakness of the�� Opposition candidate, Wm. Baillie.   True, Mr. Baillie  was'frequently greeted with   applause  during the meeting, but it must be  understood it was not by'-'the  citizens  of Moyie.   Baillie always  goes .prepared ; he takes'his "applause contingent" with him "wherever he goes.   It  must be admitted that they are well  trained ��� to a   certain    degree.   They  , crowd to'the  front  of the  hall,  and  I most of them "carefully watch for  the  signals for   loud  and vociferous applause.   However, Baillie is overworking his men, for if was noticed  that  one man who was sitting directly  opposite  the  platform   fell  fast  asleep  while on. duly.   ��  Col. Henderson was selected to act  as chairman, and invited the two candidates to take tboplatform. He then  introduced CoL Baken  The colonel contended that, the policy of the present "provincial government had been conducted in  an honest and  statesmanlike   manner,  notwithstanding   the 'rautic 'and ��� absurd  statements of  the  Opposition  party.  He believed that the lives  and  property of the people were well protected,  'and that they, were   aware   and felt  proud of the record, made by the government in this respect.    He believed  that in  no  other   country   wero the  rights of the miner and the prospector  so well protected as in British  Columbia; even ihe citizens of of the United  States who are' in   this   country  are  proud of  the  law  and order   of  the  country.    �� .  He then dealt, with tho  educational  matters of the Province. Ten years  ago.be mid, there were 8,874 pupilB  in the public schools. Last year there  were 10,000, Ten years ago the annual cost per pupil was over $32, while  last year it was down to $22. There  are no" local assessments for educational purposes in British Columbia.  Appropriations are made for that purpose out of the general, fund i and yet  the tases are lower in British Columbia than in any other province in the  | Dominion.  I    When tbe panic camo upon   us a  few years ago the cry of the oposition  was "draw in your horns." ' But the  government party paid  no   heed to  thorn, having unbounded  faith in  the  country.   They went ahead and made  liberal appropriations  for  public  improvements, put money in circulation  and thus  tided  the people   over  tho  finanoial depression.  .' Tho colonel explained  the .manner  in which the 'building  of the  Crow s  Nest road was brought about, and lef  it clear in people's minds that, it had  been'    accomplished    by ���  honorable  means and  that he was one .of tho  chief promoters of tho enterprise.  ��� Chairman , Hendereon ..then   introduced   Wm. Baillie, the  Opposition  oandidate. '  ' ������,.  Mr. Baillie proceeded to attack Qoi,  Bake*, aad said he dissgrtbd with the  entire policy of theTtirher govetn-  ���mcnt/Ho.��t��oke'6UllB.^itiDnB.W  hacl^ii d*Hn:^  riahat; and made the ^erUonthathe  belief Kb -was bettdf kiipwn ^hrough*  ut   tho ddfflinton   ��  Canada  *��  wftfi   Cot.   Baker.   Hg  took, all   the  ���Sitti^ii himself ��dr flboutfria   ?o  ��   ^IsLubinvesti^tethechfes  ��Uaae hgaiiftt-.ttie management of  the  ftiifcii it is ii 'well Rno'wri  fact   that ,.  MINERS' OOT.HOTING A SPECIALTY.  -*-���+-  -PKOPRIEtOHS   OF-  The Only Up-to-Date Hostlery in East Kootenay  -���-���-���-  MOYIE   CITY,  BRITISBC   pOXiTT3MCSIA.-  Bakcr had secured the  coal lands  in  which he is interested through fraudulent1 measure8)   Ms    argument   was  ungrounded and weak in the extreme.  He said   that Colonel Baker   had  voted every time  against the restriction   of* Chinese   immigration.   Dr.  Watt, although  an Oppositionist, corrected Mr.  Baillie, stating that upon  three different occasions he' knew  of  Colonel Baker voting to have the tax  ���    LOCAL BRIEFS.     ,  Kev. R. J. McPherson will hold his  regular church service in Kuskonook  tomorrow;        <-, .    ;  Mr; and Mrs, Ben 'Murphy, have  taken charge pf the Central Hotel  dining room.  "Miss' Kershaw of Fort Steele was  Biggin gs   of  the  Colonel Baker voting ro nave -m* ��� .the guest of Mrs. _  on" Chinese-immigration-raised, two of. | Moyie hotel this-week.  ., -,.���������.. un;U~ ���r.t.rr.fino.p.d bv  himself      j_ nutchison, was'here Wednesday  the bills being introduced by himself  (Dr. Watt} while a member from the  Cariboo district.     <, .  J. A. Harvey made a short address  which he ended by . saying that-he  thought there was no doubt but what  the Opposition party would be'elected.  i Cci Baker made thc closing speech  and fairly riddled.every vestige of argument that Baillie tried to make. A  vote'of thanks was given the chairman  and the meeting adjourned.  It was a great success for Colonel  Baker It brought the two candidates  together, giving the people an opportunity to judge for themselves, and  the general verdict seems to be that  Moyie, as well as the balance of, the  district, will go solid for Col. Baker.  Central Hotel Surprised.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murphy, who are  conducting the dining room, of the  Central hotel were taken by storm and  given an enjoyable surprise last even-  iugat the above namedliostlery. The  floor of the dining room was cleared  and dancing was engaged in for a few  hours. S. W. Murphy and J. B. Mus-  grave furnished the music, and Ben  Murphy officiated as floor manager.  Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.  Ben Murphy, Mr, and Mrs. J. M. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs.D. J. Elmer,  Mr and Mrs. Joseph Shae. Miss Ker*  8hiw, Mrs. Biggiugs, Mrs. Neiderstadt,  Mrs. McKay and .Mrs. Lawlor. Messrs.  6. A. Scott, J. M. Lindsay, G. Campbell F I. Muore, IS. H. Small, C. J-  Kose, W.'H, Murphy, L. W.Patmore,  Mr. WiUiamliorst, V. li. Brock, J. N.  "Stappard and F.J. Smyth. ,  evening to .attend  the meeting,-land  represented.the Cranbrook Herald.  Geo -W.VAldous until recently   a  bartender at the East Kootenay hotel,  and L. E. Salter have gone to Nelson.  Mrs. Joseph Neiderstadt lias an enviable   reputation,   for   making  good  1 bread.   Wheat and Kye bread  always  on hand.  'd.   McNeish,    proprietor    of    the  Steele House, was hereto  attend the  political meeting Wednesday, and was  a visitor at this office  1  I  ft  ft  ft  I Am JvvKtMlHGMEN.    iink^t coiOTia; I  $ Moiiib city,        -       y    ���'���"     ^.^.>,.&��:&*$^s���-s��se  1  "l^ado a decided   f^ilur^e^  casoJ;   U trying to show that Colonel  /Last Wednesday, June 82d,, wau the  longest day, in the year.  Chief Engineer McLeod o�� the C  P.:B. is in town.    . ���: A  David Bale, one of the pioneer -contractor's' ot East Kootenay, is in the  city,  '���gtefttfbefrieo and eream.wafl' carved  to tHs boarders of the Moyie bdtel this  gin^ m Idtai acbidsnl ,la8t ISon-  dBfoeWal'trfeea .in town have been  cut ddwii. ������..���'  Jaiiiea Crdniti returried yeotWday  from Spokane, and immediately wont  up to the St. Eugene miuQ,  '6.H. SW Uriel J. N.  StSpiJard   of  ��� Gcldcm arc in tlie ci ty' ahd may decide  to go into businfeso.  t: WiPatniore of *ort Steele tiaa  been' enjoying a shdrt holiday in this,  cliarmuig locality; i  ' ,_.      ..,...,:*  A grand ball will be given at the  Moyie hotel next Friday evening, July  1st, Dominion day. All are cordially  invited to attend.  John Sherwino, the Italian who was  hit with a rock by "Micky" Cronin at  Cowan's camp last week, is reported  to be rapidly recovering.  W T. Jameson, wtiorforcthe past  five months has been' a resident of this'  place, departed last Sunday for his  home in' Walhalla, North Dakota.  Dr Hugh Watt of Fort Steele is  spending a few days of recreation in  the invigorating climate of Moyie  City. The doctor has groat faith in  the city of the lakes, which fact he has  clearly demonstrated by recently purchasing some real estate here,  W Orr. Paterson, recently from  South Africa, and H. B.Kawley were  through hero this week enroute to  Fort Steele. Mr. Paterson has some  promising properties on Goat river  and is endeavoring to induce some  English capitalists to take hold of  of them.  Fred Pioper has returned froth the  Paymaster and Bimetallic claims, located near Cranbrook, with some very  fine specimens of ore,.rsoent assays of  Which running W ic Sold- 26 W  contlead and 13 ounces in silver to  the tdn. The ledge is .between ,4b. and  56 inches wide, and is constantly  widening as depth is attained!  Mrs. McMahon, mothir of the Mo-  paiiiedby hei;  daughter; Mrs, L.  J.  Lnhyi Arrived iri Moyi. -City  Tues-  davfrbm Grand Forks, North Dakota.  Tlie wero met at Fort Steele by  F. d.  McMahdm   They Will reiiiahi liere  a  few weeks and tberi* tdke   d pleasure  tour through Califofniffi befdro retUtn-  irighoriib: ' -���    * v  The balls; tall, ^aslis m  ^  " 'vld baseball team liave been  a few  Peeks'training  IX WAS A VEKV SAI> 'AFFAIR.  OnoMan Killed and Two  Injured, by   �� ��  Falling Tree    * ���,   .  The terrific wind-storm last Monday '  left death in its path, and caused  the.-.  first fatality in Moyio  City.   By  the  falling of a tree across  ihe  wagon^in ���  which they were riding, Joshua - Hill-   ,  yard,   as;ed  21,  was instantly killed,  James Sharp, aged 19, had  a leg' and  arm broken  and  sustained  other in-   ,  juries from which he is not likely  to  recover, and' Patrick  Dwyrehad his       ,  jaw fractured 'and received' other! in-  juries about the head.''  x The above named men, in company ���  with Alex   Powell, and an unknown *  man, were walking  and  were  picked  up by Thos. Hickoy, who was coming    ,  from   the head of the ��� lalw   with' an  empty   wafeon.    A   strong   wind  was  blowing which turned into  a pertect  hurricane  by   the  time   they passed   ���  Muir's saw mill.   When a  short  dis- ..  tflnce at this side of  the  mill a  tree  broke about 10 feet from  the  ground,      .  fell against another tree, breaking the  top branches of it and causing the top  branches of both trees to  fall, on  the  wagon with the above result. ' Hickey,  the driver, and Powell, who  were sit-  tincr on the seat jumped  aud escaped  uninjured.   The     frightened   horses  started to run, pulling the reins out of  the   driver's   hands,   and   were    not  stopped until they reached the  bridge  near Mr. Cranston's place.  The injured men were brought here  and cared for and thc dead man was  placed in the morgue. Dr. Watt was  summoned and arrived from Fort  Steele the following day. He reduced  the fractures and had the patients  taken to the St. Eugene Hospital.  Last Wednesday Joshua Hillyard  waa buried in the grove south of this  place. The remains were taken to  their last resting place in a row boat,  followed by a number oE thc residents  of the town, aldo iu boats. At the  ��raye the last rites wero read by C.  Mair. Across of wild flowers, that  had been'previously made by some .  kind and thoughtful person was, laid  on the grave.' Though he died among  strangers far from home, he was  still  among friendB. .     _  I Hillyard and Powell are from *.ew  Harbor, and James Sharp,from Island  Cove, New Foundland. Thoy dame  west early.iasb spring to fork on the  Crow's ^est road find worked until  fecshtly on the eastern end o'f the line.  TLry were on their .wajr westward in  search of work when the unfortunate  accident becuned; . Dwyre recently  came -rdm I?erctilarie; Bally Mill, Ireland Yfie is hot very ' badly Injured  and will bo biit again iii tlie course of  a few days:     .r -   .  j �� Harvey,  tne promiuui-.u ���*���**'������_-Y--     a     Aa ''  Stetidbmister  Aa<U staunch   sup-* otdored �� "Y^��-���   ^^  MJi'.J.i"  i.:f   ttriii    Baillis; attended the | ou  Doya   w^ ^ ......      . .   .,.  porter cf  Wm.  political ��� meeting  eyening.  1UIO)     ��"'-'"  '    ,     v j  here   Wednesday Harvard,  tearh'e;  Oxford    and  Cranbrook  !9p:i6 b'r Town Xiot?.. ,  At tlie tttidtlbil sido iH'Fb;rt Steolo  lagtSdttirday foi- .tiie' selling, of tlio  WvetrittioHt'lots iii Stoyic City; U 1^  wevfe sbld to a syiidibatej of which Dr.  Watt is one of the principle shareholders, arid-four were sold to ��� Mr. Gordon  of this place. Only a portion of the  lots were sold, tlie balance being heU-  until July 23rd to bo disposed of:  '-*   ��  BRram  raft*  smzmm -^r^v.v';^ /.;'f--*t^t:i::  ���X'3*Wv*:*,c&-'^K^-  Clear cut cud fru or near nnd blurred,  A*l IluWiTft at .sun nnrl cloud cli v 11;0,  hy lju-jc iliy pi uuH ui ions stuivu,  Wo seel: ihu l:irthl:it, mystery.  - Emblem of bcunciarics sii icily yt,  Emblem of vuilcioiia s-euri-h nnd hope!  Circled by thee, can ni:>.n fortwt  His huilint ion and Ins scope''  ���35. A. Do Wolfu Howe in aiontb.  i A  I  AiX':  I   .  ON ESCORT DUTY.  Jir ClIAULHS D. LEWIS.  Ono dnya mnil rider arrived at the frontier fort with such uows that n sergeant  /md six men and 1111 ambulance were ordered out williin an Jiour to escort and  -ionM-y tlio colonel'-* wife down to tl.o railroad.    For a year t hoi o had ljucn no open  our ���"���.������jcr, ami hy thc use of blankets wo  I",r.t upa lent for thc. colonel's v. ifo, though  against her protests After tho cmo'siup-lo  cff-irfc <-f the Indians, which v.as doubtless  moie of u lccoimoi.'-s.arico than an attack,  .,vj .,v..^ ...,.- . . , though all ihronjrh  tho nit*ht, wo heard sounds to pro\e thoy  wore t-il::ni: up positions 11:1 all sides of us  and making ivauy for the morrow.  None of   us oxcept tho \voir.:in   plopt an  hour  iill uk-ht  lur.14.     Wo used le\er.:= to  1 loosen   bowlders  and   roll  thorn  Into tho  '--"circle,  and   with   our   knives wo  our,  ol?  1 limbs and cut down small trees to'fiii-tkr i*  I bt lengthen  our  fort.    We  got tho hor.-cs  into a sorteaf gully below us and, made tho  1 position as safe as possible, and wben daylight canio thoro was nothing moi'o to be  done.     Wo had   above ljt)l) round:* of  inn;  munition, food for  throo days and water  was at hand.  Daybreak found ns ready for an attack.  Tho colonel's wifo took hor place, riilo in  hand, between two men,'and for half ��n  hour wo expected 11,sudden rush. At the  end of that time a single warrior appeared  to view at tbe base of thc hill and 111 broken Kii^jlish demanded our surrender.   Tho  ���RESURRECTION;'.'-  is'dead,'!'..;.;.-'���������  ���Jh "t'ho''opcii dr  .blow  ilbw;,"  '������.'>��� Ah,-' I.r-Ovi  Y;.;YSie's.i:d-  . "Flown .thro;....  .luwcrjiioro;: : '  ���/.Villi]--., the Ad wind::  ; AiukthoYcd brooks  ���''  :   Y'lali'liYrubo' "��� / :. .-'YY  '', Y,F��i,--*n'<Y';' '.'���'> -'A A a"- '  TbYol.., swept,: i-rippy thrill.  ���iioy������li-isiiod,;���������'A'A:���������. ;.,;.  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P.���; ''.Well, ,.th,ey v-i-ron':t laueh jdowiii do!:b>  ��� thatiYiirip;.;^ for, every,1 yduii,y,':''f'ellcr'.'\vas,'-'  a-ci:asin ithTpiTgh Jtise'wypds Xan along' the"  lowljrnsYl'ihin.thccle'isrin's-jjchueli.'fii'li ov'  *-cieiYb..an -ii-loqlcin;.fc^irjjs'^.iiijra;',': They,:,  was ' so'V(.'r,n'l;.-\vliiit:;.t,ho"-, .u(i.wspaj.:er.**- YYls j  ,c: ' "' ���-���  ��� "��� ���'������'���������'���'���--- .  lAyj'iHD  ���'*?'���'  Id.AAA'i)'-'1':  ]&<)iO: \\ritior: 'r.ti'cb  ���' 'TV-  *b U x-  TT;j3rj>y ,\  ECiCl*e0..a!l.:.a-JqOKlii,.v.a.   u.a,-,,.:���,";r-." ..,   ���  .   r . . ,,, , ���i...;; ,���,. .    ,    ,, ,,,v,,y,.. .�����-, .;���.-..-...-     :.���;'   ;-:-���   'v'  ���iv.-,.- rfc.vci-ih -wli-it^tho--, .newspapers- ^i'a j     , ;.���-.������ ���:.....���.������-  ...X-.^aa -   ��� v-.^-^. ���.-���; '��� j_0 7  ;'tt  :treesr.btifc ;iti\did;n!c.:-stop:thi3-hOiq^u-i.OT^  v/acouver,  /"  Kelk  iKiined 'Bayi what worked  t of hostility on tbeTart of thclndiau,,    ^Zriwworeil him that we were r  but wo had known for .weeks that thej  were'making ready, for an outbreak, rt  wns queer enoujAli that the colonel should ,  eonio down to vis in person as wo stood bo-  Kldp our saddled horse.-, knowinj; nothing ,  of whore we wero to f*o or the object of tlio  trip,,but stranger .yet that all "military  eii'iuette" should *;o out of his voice and  demeanor as ho said:  "iMcn, 1 mil going to send my wife down  (o tho railroad to ro east. Vou are to be  her escort, lt ia a ease of life or death, or  ���die would not '*o. I am afraid of tho Indians, and yet 1 think you will yet through  all right. Vou are to mako tho best timo  possible.    If attacked"���  "Wo shall boat them off, sir," replied  Sergeant OrepK after waiting half a minute for thc colonel to finish.  "1 hopo you can. I can only send tho'  seven of you and n, driver. ��� Eight men  ���.night to heatoif 100 Indians, unless taken  in ambush. Bo watchful and 'prudent.  Sergeant, you aro an old Indian fighter.  Vou will know best what to do Vou will  got away by 1 o'clock. ' Travel, as fast aa  you can and as latnjis you can, so as to  lln'ish tho journey tomorrow. If you m*o  attacked"��� R  The'colonel did not finish. He looked  nt each man and horse, inspected tbo ambulance and its pair of mules, und with a  linJf nnd to us hu walked nway. His wifo  jinist go, and, b\\ ir.g to details and sickness, no commissioned officer could bo  sent along. If tho Indians wero cut, an  oscort of 'JO men would n6t bo too largo.  (Only eight of us wore to go. liad ho finished his Kcntenco he would have said:  "If attacked anil you aro about to fall  Into the hands of tho rod devils, do not, lot  my wife be captured alive."  We understood win.' he meant, though  -wo said nothing to each other No matter what ho or any one el.-o feared, the lit-  , tlo woman \*rns almost merry as sho took  her scab in tlio ambulance for the. start.  Nothing had happened when we readied  \tho valley, and as vro looked around us  and across it nothing could bo seen to  ���ilarin. .Wo had just taken tho ropes off  tho blocked wheels of the ambulance when  tho vnirwhoopof tho hostile Indianssound-  ed behind us, and wo looked back over our  trail to catch si^-lit of 1UU mounted warriors bearing down upon us. They had  pickod our trail and run us down.  " Mount 1    Now, straight, across the val-  Jeyl  JU'ull in to tho rearol lhe ambulance."  Tho voico of   the old sergeant, waa hard  and firm as ho spoko.   Tho cur,taius of tho  ambulance wore up, and 1 glanced at tlio  colonel's wifo.    Sho had  seen "aiid hoard.  Her cheeks had palod, but sho was lemov-  ing a repeating rilio from its hooks as wo  fell iu.bohind tlie vehicle.    It was a dear  ftrp milo dash.    Tho praino was'as   level  as a floor, and tlie mules needed no urging  fjfter hearing the yells of the Indians.   Tho  soldier driver wound   the lines about his  hands, braced his feet, and away wo went.  Wo had-a start of  half  a h.ile.    No hum  looked back.   The pa.".'was a hot one, nnd  thoro was cover five miles away.    Tho Indians gained on us, but only inch by inch  Tho mules  took up such  a gait  that our '  horses had to lie  right down lo it to keep j  Up.    Not u word was  spoken as wo rode, 1  but every car listened to locatp thoso com- 1  Jng up behind us.    If they came too near,  i  .wemust hnl.t and open lire while tho am- j  bulaneo pushed on.   Wo had almost reached ;  cover beforo three or tour ri lie bullets canui ',  "  Blnging over our  heads.    Three  minutes !  later wo were among tho trees and rocks, j  and tho race wn,*  ended.    As  tho  ambu- !  lunco  halted   and wo   (lung  ourselves oft  out horses 1 looked   hues and-saw a band  of  at leas'. 70 Indians almost within riilo  shot of us     Tho road struck the hills at; a,  fulch. nn^   they daied   nor. follow us into  that.    They gave vent to their disappointment   by shouts and  yell.-) and  a waste of  Ammunition, and for   a few minutes they  had ho plan in view*.  "Woll, wo beat them. In a fair raco,"  said tho colonel's wife as sho descended  from tlio ambulance with the ride in her  hands.' "Sergei-nfc Ci;cgg, what tiro you  Koiqgto do now.-" , '  . "Take coyer, ma'am." ho replied as ho  'pa'vo hor the military saluto. , .  "���'Yes, of course, " sbo said lis.sho looked  nbout. "Did you over sue a pair of mules  ���run faster? 1 might, havo f*ot a shot but  for you men behind. There must be notur  100 Indians out thoro,- but I guess wo aro  pafo enough now."  Jaho rattled oh In that fashion wliilo'we  were'taking tho mules from the mnbii-  lance and unsaddling our horses, and It.  '*' .was a great weight oil our minds to realize that sho would not bo a burden on our  hands. It was Idle to think of'pursuing  'our journey in the darkness which would  poori closo ��� down, and before morning  there would bo  plenty of  Indians on  tho  for them, and at tho same time fired a shot  which rolled tho rod-kin's pony over.  Three I'limites later there was a cirulu of  lire about us. Indians had mounted'into  trees to tlie right, and left of us to got a  plunging lire, a'nd from tho tops of two  lower hills they poured in their bullets at  random. We simply crouched down bo-  hind tho iouks and smoked our pipes,  pleased that thoy wero throwing away  their cartridges At the end of an hour  they ceased firing. Not a man of us liad  beep touched, but stray bullets had killed  one of the mules and wounded two horses.  There would bo a rush uow, and as wo  made ready for it tho colonel's wife sank  down besido mo and quietly said: -  "I've tumbled over sage lions and jack  rabbits, and I ought to be able to hit an  Indian.     Do I look frightened:*" .  "Vou aro as white as a ghost, ma'am,"  I answered as 1 turned to hor..  "Hut I'm all right," she smilingly said,  "and here they coma."  Ho they did. With every painted warrior yelling at the top of his voico the entire band charged'us at onco, taking iu the  'whole circle. It was not until they got  close up that we could seo anything to  Fhbot at, anil every few seconds the sergeant cried out to us to hold our lire. Ifc  was over in a minute. They did not expect to find us intrenched, and wo knocked  them over like ninepins.  1 believe wo killed ov wounded a full  score, and it took thc fight out of t.heni so  thoroughly that not a riflo was fired at r.s  again until afternoon Then, soon after ii  o'clock and without the slightest warning,  wo wero charged again, and for throo  minutes it was a wild melee. Wo fired into  their very faces ns tiny sprang upon tho  defenses, and two wan iors wore shot down  rue.  inside our fort  and both   by thc colonel's  wife. It was their final and supreme effort, and well it was for us that ifc was  thus. When we had beaten them off, ^er-  geui:t _Gregg and another man Jay dead,  fourYiTon wore badly wounded, and they  had cut our animal-; out of the gulch and  run them oiT. Had tho attack lasted a  ininuto longer or been renewed two men  und a woman wuiikl alone have opposed ic.  .And among the queer things of that la'rfc  dash was the behavior\of the colonel 'swifo.  With my own cjes 1 saw her shoot down  the two warriors who leaped the breastwork, and 1 bullovo ,she killed two ov  three more outside of it, and yet when tho  attack had bi on repulsed the little won,an  lell over 111 a d-.i-i.Ufaii:t, and for ten minutes wo believed iier dead from a bullet.  When she came back to life, sho had ;. fit  cf weeping, and, when that was o\er she  turned to and attinded our hurts and was  ready lor another bru.-,h.  Wo put in another night right there, nob  knowing that the Indians had drawn 01T,  but soon after sunrise next morning woro  iclieved of all air.iety by tho appearance  cf a scout, who passed on and sent us aid  from the fort. Tho colonel's wife did not'  yet down to the raiiroa.I. for'that wa.-; tho  opening of a war which lasted for months,  but there was no blame attached to any of  tho living who returned with her. On thc  contrary, tho old martinet of a colonel  took each one of us by tho hand, breaking  over"military etiquette" ohco moro iii- his  life, and said:  "Vou did well, my man, and hero's my  hand ou it, and t won't forgot youl"  Tho IJoolc of Job.  A story told of Onrlylo in an English review forcibly   recalls  tho  days, when   in  England    religious   services    wero    long  enough to test the /.cai of the worshipers.  According to tho story (Jarlyle liad been ,  . asked to take the n-adiny at family prajers  ' during a shoit \1A1t, paid to his friend, the  provost of Kirkialay.     The Dlblo chanced  ' to open at the first chapter of tho book of  j Job, and Uarlyle immediately became ab-  ' sorbed in his  subject and read on and on  to tho end of the hist chapter, when, closing tho volume, he remarked:  "That is a marvelous, .lifelike drama,  only to bo appreciated when read right  through."  \ It is fair to infer that 'it was appreciated  for onco. 'Any one who has taken a long,  solitary afternoon and attempted to give  tlio bogk of .lob an opportunity to bo appreciated by readinu; it honestly through  nb ono sitting can reali/.e tho consternation  of tho provost. Such a one will not bo  likely to wonder, with Carlyle, why ho  was Hot asked again to assist ut family  prayers in that household.  ' 1   ��� Interesting  Holies.   , !    '  A couplo of interesting relics aro in tho  possession of Albert Turner of IS 14 York  street.    One. of them, and (hat which Mr.  iiiuch as any-  cienco is mighty fine fer to ^ml.-, I  ���<. .in inayl e 1- u.-Yul thatawrv.hii! It  is 1 airly fomni'in **onee, an that's tin: 10a-  sun 1 am ag'in it fer farmors," s.,j>1 �����!���!  VVa.ihisi'rton liarnes ono afternoon when  we. fat discunsi!!"*. (lie nt'-'airs of the day,  and I had vent need tlie opinion that *- *>���  sibly -.cienco had resulted m grrat L.i'in.n  to the farmers by thy ���.���.fii/jli-hin- nt of  wine-US povivumenfc bureaus lor agricultural investigation.  "fc't-ieiice is all right, I guess, bnii when  they tries to run science in on tho farimrs  as a valuable adjunct to f,.rinin their efforts shore makes mo lau.Yi.  "1   remember   this   spring, long  about;  plnntin   time, I wrote to the feller what's"  :��.i congress lrom   this decMrict; an who I  voted fer, astin  him fer  fcjsend   11,0 .-oniO'  literatoGi-o about fariuin, an some garden  seed, too, what  they sends out e\try jwir  to tho farmers, an   ho   look an  sent in to  this   hero   bureau-what" yer talkm about,"  un what d'yo reckon them nightshht  fellers what's  runr.in   tlio agriculfuial doe-  paitment sent me, hey:-  I     " 'Stead cv sumcthin 'bout why wr evils ���  I eats wheat  instead o * weeds, er  a  Icicilo  1 discourse on   how to kill  chinch   bi:i:-", ir  I mayl.e suincthin   cxplainin why tho  pii.o  j ov ooon pells or wool   is   higher  ju -jcnith  [Ameiicky   than   it is   here, them -leerncd  j sciculiV sent mo a book 'bout as  l-iti as a.  j piece ov side, meat, labeled \Thc Prolilei-a-  | tion cv Sphonophorus /e;e, an  tho Mcth-  1 od'-i   Fer   Their   Eerad'icalion.'    .An   ti-o  chinch   bugs  eat up   M acres ov c.'wn an  got   tired "an  quit whilo   1 was  a-> liasiVi  "-ound 'mong tho neighbors try in to l-i-ny  adictionery only to find out they wa-, them.  "An when 1 opened the. lei-tllu ttrh-iokcr  sack fail ov .-r-ods thai" come with the 1 00k,  1 didn't seem to recl:uriiizo.lho seeds .it all.  I planted  them, though, fer  to   see what  they was, but a  ground   hog  coni'o  ..long  nn dug them up one nighban cat them, an  1 found him out in the corner of  il,e pns-  tur' whero  he'd died   before   ho could git  oiTen tho farm.    1 ast u doctor what u-ler  come out hero what the  name on the hack  was, un he lalTctl ;.:i  said they wnsMn-h-  nino  beans  an   so   I   v.*as glad  ll*,:it iho  p-oii'-d h.,�� got ar-hn-'cl toc.itthci 1 hi-f-j:.',  I did.    Nam My, with them e-cp-'t'iei.'-cs I  kinder   lootes  coi.lldeiice   111   soiencj  f sr  farmers.  "1 dun forgot when it was. bub it was a  long timo .-:,-:c!, w i.i n science v. ai kindir  new round hero, that w j had an ipjdemio  ov it all out tins neighborhood, .les' liko  we havo epydomics ov mea'-els AA smallpox, ail it like ici' to vi'1 led all the  young  for oie'man MillernY^lI oufc d,Y ^mUnP   . :^rY ���'-" '"'���" :'   X   'X'A^ 'r\^^Xd^'r^ti^f^^\\ fi   ������  H' IP.   fl fil  ������4'Skd'.'thmiov.h.lk.r.^  ^eei'Vto'eoo) hishiklrf's.t noncierhetai^eu 1;.--��� r .-...,;.. ���..>���,��������/��� /���.���;...,.'.,:���'-,���. .��������� ���:���:':':-���..^^���.���.���;,:V(;���^.!���.'^^^..���������^;,���":^;:v���.^���.���.���;.(���',���.,;.;���' ���' X  tl^i-o was a ieedlo'KiYr what- had chml^d,,.;^  tft,i)'\s^i:jiiiion.=-ou��ii,,fbi*. a'dove's nestt,t^A(yA:,:;  Hpno: slippi'd:aiwswalfci-ed ,^ho-,aigs what:j :,s  ���'w'hat, was^ilmost. .luitofe'l,..u'i^tlitK iwhIo;!;,., s  ���'him-'yraVlVly Yic'k;,Yu f -WXpV% Jw ij*%.{ A:  .'tFvHHViMloctY-1'aii' heedii-o un:,,pafa-U,tt!0:;-:---.  "le^Hlhvibtiy'ou^tlip'iioi-tl.iih'he^'y^,^ '  V>Yk^(.-lia-!..u--.c.-,t,to-k (intl.c e-).u<t   iinvT can   outfit   parties on short  1 1 1 '  '.. <-,m ,".-*->���" j'l'ly [M'��i ��r v-<"^ !>"!���'-''-' ��t rorinoniilile priccu. . ,  TiOllCIJi  .vMviiPA^hy.A'VA11^^  cairi'-Hitti-^ i*,!^i-^-''-':%.'Y��rr;.:;.:r.'-:Y' '      "'"        "        ' "" "  ���jiVi'l1-.y'-;bi"i:*tls-��!>fs :wllin:t'i?-A; tlittt,,, ilii^; urnyr.-;- ^^^^-'Y?''."'Yy'.':---Y'Y;;'^;;'-'  .tiicloK'is'i^'pctOr'hp'l-l ever. seen. X ;..    ,"���.  :^".); fa y- pr-y AXS: A.aa ,/.;';���-  "VI-.i-iU'SM overv fciler/iu  tliovYei^hbOrrY;-^::  :hoQd...i'*KV'l'oy'.^  [-this? here;:WvssV nig:WY h,n Ye, apperYed Yv ,v ^  i YerY  h-ig was all Abfiiii, wbi��M;�� *"*a " ,f,'1! PCS),  i" anYrokoTt, .aYitYa'd. licalcd :iiy.'tirookedy,^,^;;  ���^������nh-ho"couUin'b,.cli;uii)YoY!ees ab ii.ll. aXMy���?  ni'.'^c- f'had tried fa) thf *o.l', fer '.to.- fi nd ri hCKfc, ],/ Q^.;  TT! '"v, TS   TT, T "i\T TI1  WINES AND CHOICE'CIGARS  -ADDRKSS���^^T  hc   iV ���pe'md  like  o:dAoonn^oo   birds    #)       A    n   y . R ~��/H \^"'hHX\ I   A MJ ^ ^1 1^  u!J6   in   lew   bu.he., an   everybody had ; ^    ff     fl   g    ! -5-,;     | ��$   ^      4 |/f  J, W H  ������Omodayjcs'a loete! wlnle^beforo  tho :^     WA-.-J���     ^^  ���9  'NEIlSON.  in a   lew   bush   whar   ho ccuiid  i-.-ich.   is,  , ?,  but   it /pomid  like  o'AAoormvAio   birds    ���$)  hu;  ���'One day jes'a k-ctel wliile , beforo  tho _:-<��?  lecture was  to come off   (his Vu-.-s ni."-n*    ^  'comes over h:.re, an bo s-iys, '.Misto Y.'asii, , ~J  1  Jrnin't find   no ui.'?- what  ain't already - Q-)  dun been, found, so whad   is   I   gwine do > Q\  'bout, itV ��� I was ��j-::uiii to ccnSv.U- tho nig- I ^^^^^^i^^Cl^^-^^I^^^S  I per. fer'howa-n inighty ge,il. nipir thai \ (g^^^^t&^^^^ZrtS^^  " "'.Vt:on7.' l��"lie\V datdoctah is much ov j -^t^t_-      <~r=^TZ==^=sr.        ���-r=r^._-. Z;~"~" ~,      _  nscienti-" nohow, an I';:c a gcod mm   fer j ^,       - ,  Al nl     \1> >v-r *S    \hf   Y\ 1 C�� VT "ff  to projec' we.th bim, d.-.^rls.   1 nokon !.e \ fe&f} 0\f&. ? '* *3-    "i    JL\j V 6     W   Illoily  ain't, nesT.li seen  no gu-.ncaaigs upiii^' j t^> O Ao ^--i. ��^--���**������������-  --'    -^     J , ..       ���/  Yo'k, an   I'ze  gwinc  f fool   him, il   you ; -���    ,  won' gimino wav.    Vvo got a  guinea  aig j , , ' ,  'ere. an if  you'll   w: ice on   tlio   kjard lo\! ^      /  mo I'm gwine take it   up to dat  sceul.is' ' ;--)cClCl!  A A?.  r  '."1^ ,-       .'IT  v      'lf-1  .   ...y.  .*   .-V   O   ������,----.. .-r.-7-.,T;   . .....     - ,    ���     - -.       V,      j-*-^!'  ; ganerhivUi1; pn: t'A what ho, hiv nijp,u���-.;..r\,,A. ...'  .���.Sv'izsY^":^  wad oy cawn'hns!"'S;.in  aground jpuptjr-'col-: :  larbox.Yiiil wrote ;itho:. niggefY nanidonj,  '.���tlio\:Vtu'dy.'hiv';t'u'o;y:ri'ig'sc  ^Vil!^,t!-Yiloctpr<;ab thb;;'ii"yluni;A-Aa������:���  y, -Y ���:..  ���a ''Waal^y-'lYnvthis   lcctaii'fl business 'V(H;! ;  ;:rc'ady'tp;'Et-ai''t;:'-;rLguess'th^  ���young.fellers ;thhr:;a's'I ,eyerYccn;Yt acir-y, :  ���������"oiY3..Y-Thq}*.';wdS^ .���,..;.;,-w,..:-,,,.    ,.,vV   ,..!.....,>,,:,.���;...  ;';iuiir.viio''pivi;'tli.e'ir';.''hair.''M^^ PPpXl X"-XXxpX'AXPA[XpX'AA:.ApA''A:A AX;  their ljoors,,.au'aM ti-lookin Yncaf'y^aYlliY ,:.Ai:XA:A'A\rAA:riA.^i^Porci  .���'���'t!ipy;\YM-.M^^ ���;-'���'.���'' -XPpPXX'PPa'.:XX''APPPXxP:  7pkitfbriii'!wha'r.:th^ ;;',:)��� :YYYYy*; ~PP' 'PX Ax^Ax-Pi^APP'j  j,.wUlT+'he;��Ymc-Y^  ;'..fer-r:tOiojYootor;.:jie!ier.',:;.,^'hY,!i:]g^  thar; t6o,'':s.ra'nd''.n ^bnek   !iy the doer >wiUi !  '"'  .''botIi.'.'hi*Y;eyc3'^  whenever he'd look rA, me,ho:d snicker.      : j'  ," After :\ve 'had waited Jperty nigh ;'lai;ijj  enough' fer, the ^aigs . to -hatch 'tho YouiY  opened rin, the doctor -conhb in..: Ho .UVuliiyil'l  ,n&,' the aiysi an then ���.������.ut;.' us 'fellers, a:; 'huy  ��� liiadO a bow'an Yiys: ' ��� . ���' .. .Y .-";''.,��� '-���/.���:!���  i;;,���' ���>'. 'Young'.gentlemen, 1 hn-vo prfiti:i;-eu tol  '��� pi'tV"  yoiKa^few p'iiir:-; aboil b;tho,;bu-d:;   In |  THISTLE BLEED SCOTCH WHISKT,  THO"flBTSO.E.-M.     , u-  ;  BOisnrotT & co.:s x0s x'bkandy,   ���  :IAMB3HH'LAIN CIGAR,  .��*^  B. P. Ei'THBT & CO,,  Agents  ah so did most .of f.ho.oth  fariners f't-owin-upirouiK  ,,   "1 had .is.too..  .cr ,boys i-punil.   We.ketched it froiii one of  the new doctors up ab.1he,ioo!)a'uie''asyluni  a^Fulboii.   This, here ne-.v dyctorhad ic-s'  como.f.rpir, a:nieciii:al ���cpliogo .cr" ROirip'thin'...  up  in'   Kew York,'. r.'n   lie  shore  had  this;'  Ecience disease bad.    It waren'tvho.intrust  ..in loonies  that was   a.itchin, hiii;; but .ib.  ���was'all a deaiin with birds ati'sieh. IIo  called ib ornythology, an -ho���shore had it  bxdPXPP'l   "^XpA"' A'A :'A;y    Y;"*'':'.,  ������-���' "lie hadn't more'ngpt;to Fu!ten afore  ho goto no .0 v 't hese h oi-o b reec!) lead in sh o fc-"  gtins an nianoov'ered round over the coun-,'  ti  mg an u.v.'.i,.>.                                                 _ ;    /:   ^              .-.-. ���--..    .--=  -- --         -   --   "lie cui'.o 1 e.rfv r.iYn   hiitin it too.    jIc '   r" )                                                     .                  ���,,.   1        <���>������           1 .  Er.id 1 hat tho   bird what  laid  tho nig had i��j \VC  OuftC LOW TriCCS OR PlCKS,  bllOVClb,  soft, woolly r��,lh.rj  ari   h-ul claws c.i its '   ��                 '��   ^ Cca]es. ycx\z ^U  ���.���,"..-��� -Ul-il SlldcllcS,  toesan  c,t,;,,.^rl-,;lnv.;,m, an bug ^                YOiv.      C,U*_",                      ;     ?|             ,                 Q  j Turner prizes  pioliably as  trail" boyond.    Wo must  take  cover and j thing   he  owns, is a   brick   from   tho old  hope to stand them off until   help arrived i house that stood on.Water street, -New Gas  or they grew discouraged at'the siege.   As --.... .  ���       .  we wore consulting about location and defense tho colonel's wifo enmo back tous  froni the mouth of the gulch and said:  "That's tho place, over to the left, men.  There's n, spring on that hill, with a good  growth to shelter all, and you can seo  plenty of bowlders lying about."  Tho Bergeanfc had selected thesamo spot,  lind in the course of a quarter of an hour  wo wero occupying it. We got tho horses  nnd mules up thoro, but the vehicle was  loft behind. It was n cone shaped hill  f��inid half a dozen such, but it commanded  the others. It was covered with pines and  cedars of small growth, and there was a  Hplciulid spring right on tho crest. If tho  Indians had lieeii fierce in their pursuit  or crafty in their plans,'wo could not havo  ���reuched it. Ifc was tho outbreak of war  Ugain with them, and they wero overcautious. They drew back into the valley to  consult, thus giving us a fair show, and  wo woro filing enough when night fell and  they made a dash for us, which we easily  repulsed. Darkness found us occupying a  circle about -10 feet across, with stones and  bowlders and trees for shelter, and, though  tho situation was an imxious ono and full  of danger, all wero in good spirits. We  fjiailo a fin* between ty."o rocks and cooked  tlo, Del., from Kits? until torn down in  18<)1, and which was tho homo of tho  Dutch governors of tho three lower counties for 101) or moro years. . Tho bricks of  which tho old house was constructed were  brought over from ' Holland and, like all  bricks of that time, were:'yellow in color.  The relic Mr. Turner has,' and which, by  tho way, is ono of very few in existence, is  in a good state of preservation, and, barring its slightly ���crumbled edges, shows  but few ��i-.*ns of' its two centuries and  moro. The other rolic is a quaint old Revolutionary sword, carried and used with  deadly effect by Captain Cauda, Mrs. Turner's great-granill'tith'-r, at tho famous  battle'of liemla Heights.���Philadelphia  Inquirer. '_   The World's Wirt: Milriipc.  The total miles of  telegraph wiro in tho  world havo   reached  VJt'S.'j-M,' not counting    1S0.-I-I0   miles   of   submarine   cable,  Wero this   till   in   ono  continuous   lino i?  ' would wrap around tho equator about H)~l  ' times.    Tho moon and enrlh could lie connected   by HO lines, with  enough   to span  to connect every country on tho eart'j.   Of  the   total   amount  iOuropo  has  1,7<',I,7',H>;  Asia,  JilO.O.SS;   Africa,  iii>,-)l��J; Austral;.'-,  .217, ITU; AniericaY--'Y.o>vV!y-  try''Shoot in. birds. an,; then \ho'd  take aiij  /decsseob. them ah give' thpir insides names ;  an talk   science. ..'llo'didn't  know a mud 1  : hen froth a,   sparrer hawk   skaceiy, but -ho i  'wa'snlw*ays ���.'-talkhi; about.aves an primary ;  feathers, an   a-ealli^i cv, their toes   talbnsy |  an kcepin ifc up as.hYiiid, it war'oir'fc" long ;  ���beforo them, ideas''b'ctgun ''to, spread.. . 'All i  D tho  young   fellers  round  got .toshootin ,'  birds, u n   cut tin ,6y -'em..' up, when   before  ; this new' doctor '-camp "round you couldn't;:  ��� :' gio orioov.-'ciu.y to even ..cut  up.a chicken  for tlio wim.mon fcllcs; athbine...  ' ���������'Thif-'hero   nionkey business   be-jun   to  have   its  etl'ect,  too,'before, long", an   one  day Ike Wess comes over here with a dead  crow in ins band an a mighty serious look  ��� on his face, i.rv he says, so'/.zii,:. ���'   ,  j. ".' Wash,' sez;'o,,' Wash', I've' made a tlis-  j kivei-y tliat is.goin to' rovoli'i'tion'i-'.e farni-  i in,' soz/.u. ���  ,' ������" 'What is it?' I asks, all inteio^tedliico,  .1 fer, as I. told  you, I ..had. ketehe.l  scionco  too. '���   ���:'',.'.     '���,''���,;���.  !���    " 'Why,' sckzo, 'I've jcs'.disl-.iverfid that  a crow is ,-inuich maligned.Iiinl, an \*-o!vo  , been   a-lookin on 'em   as our .mortal enemies, wlien. we oi.-ter regard .'em ;-.:��� auxi'li-.  arics to husbandry,' se/ze, tal.k'in  l'.kii tlio  . doctor feller.  ' Vou see, we've been a-shoot-  in crows an a pi/.enin ov 'em an a-siiceiin  .'em   with   skei.'rcrows   all  liccause  in our  J ignunco wo has' regarded  crows as diggin  j up our cawn-wlien it's planted, an a-caliiu  1 'em robber .'crow, an, all because We  ain't;  Investigated their claims to usefulness on  tills hero yearth,' scz/.o,  - .'* Y.'ow,   jes' look   at' that,crow's crop.  Ktiry a grain ov o'awn do ymi r-.ie.'  Kpthr.i  but  cutworms,a'n weevi.!.  an c.i.-^.iilo; Jos'  tlio insec's we most lea*.-; has this poororow  been a-dist.royin an a-devourin,' sezze.     'I  changes, my liiind   now rejiardin   hiiii an  henceioi'tli l'ni fer the crows.  " ' Ves, sir,' sey.ze,drawin ov himself up,  'Iain'fc u-goin fer to vote, for no man lei'tho  legislatur wliafc don't proiniso fer to pro-  tdefc tlio ennv-s,'.se/.zo.  ���what1 ho calh-ii carnivorous, an aYufc j -XXi.  lnorOipecocliaritiefi what wo all ,):nowed������'!XXA ..  tho. squinch p\vi:i:'i\-iiHy.''(!id!.!hayo;,-:A-ii.,thcti | .��&"*.  ho fi-;:s��� (uio'lliei* nig an tellsyabout the crib-;'i;;^i2i:  ,ter ^vha���t laid, t ha b... ���.'������-,���.���;��������� '������ ^-..- ���������}. ���'���'��������� >. ������ p ; v^;  , "IIi>, 56.es through., the whole' pr.s.s'.o 07 ,j - rj'J  xin.in Jhatv.t.y an by'11 by ho sl'ihcs tha P -Ap^  guim.-a'aig, aii liic'ininuti) what ho.li'fts it jy ,V,  .'up'they w.'ireh't a 'liian' iivthe house,but ' /<vi  what, Idi.ows--. ib, an to i-liey all .listens in-1'. \!>fA  tent, like they was cxpeclin oy a'joke. ;, .Xy'i;  ''.'This ai'g,..which I ."-oe.Was contributed-  -..&pi  Gold Pane,  > w  .Dog Sleds,  lSo^Hi^ SLccl Stoves,  CciSp Utensils, lac, l\tc.  Cn,,'. ho,,:l.t in lJ.il M, C'olumb;, ^ into (he Klomlvko free.    If hoof* '  ^���t\;;:i;!;��^oSitVH^;^  McLefifian, McFeely & Co.,  by Mr. Xidas:..VvesSf',  tl,o doctor idiot  15    i-fci-s^li    >4^>o'j1<J  LIMITED.  V-ANCCCJVER   B. C.  ho bad-t urr.ed   itart-Aind ..r,n..lo'v|ked  atit, j.  --vX    ��� ''���'   ' ,:  'is v. .well ��� marked one,'an ifc easily'pints, to j   ;is'v*rov  P'X-i   :Xn7^P''>^r-vr. < *-*"?*>''-' 'VtA - ETS-*-). 'Vwa XrrfFfZEi  its hv\AA    U ia (-c;.--ain of , the i'r'mily u(,.|." |^;ilHlvM#rll^3S^-^>^  is, that we tell, by the'blunt :.,;;ex an f.'". ���  .;    ;'., '  __^ ' ,'    ''.'', -'...-. .-.  ���HAUlllA, J J. A.  LONDON   F.NGLW  ts^sj^pp PFPT0N  '99  .0        \LJ0 >i-�� il-^   ��1-    '<W. A   v ,       -*��-'     .,"���-"       7  ���\Vlio\ei5;itq.McrciiaiiU,'vSliii)pcrS;aud.r^  BBkcH-'-'-NELSD'  An then Ash Monday ho ir.ado a dis-  kivery too. Ash said he liad dene noticed  that that kindly ci-iitcr known.as t'.iio jay  bii-d was. the most; proline, cause of the  railroad tio imlu.-lty in Cidiaway .county.  II;; said he.had observed .that jay birds was  uncommon (ontl ov acorns, an thai, they'd  pick 'cm lip in their (���laws, an in cfirryiii  them round fliey would frequently drap  thein in the clcai'm's, an Iho acorn' would  grow up into all oak what was fi'.lc.i fe'r  \ to make crussties outcii, an in that way  ; the oaks was walt'-ivd all ovurth.e ck-ar-  in's, an thai by the railroad ci oi-.s". io luisl-  ncss was , II0111 isl.in in (Jidla-.vay county.  A*- is raid ho warmi't no'fi-ic-iid ov no man  y.-iir-.fc weren't tlie friend of the ,;ay biid, an  in ihat, way perty iii.ar ;V, iy ;v;,.i,qi round  here had a durn lool iilei? wnatv'ho kele.hcd  lrum i.liis s-cienae cpydeinic.  "'i'huyrun alou;* tliat, way for most a  year, au ono day i-.lon;; in lhe sprin.u, Ihls  ie.ro doctor feller pa.-.-.ed word around lha.fc  he ,\vaM coin for tujii-'o u iectim  triKi  O10 lili'.nt. base,.' s.vl-.zo. Y'.'i   (he bird uhat  laid if i's"t:;i'r'tai;iily'ci most de.-;ti-ii:.-tivi. Cue  '!  my ov'Y.Iio- fanner , ah   a   inqst'.vora'ciou-' ]  c: ittcr,' what  .>;houid, bo ' destroyed . when   j  ���'ever'found.'' 'i'h'oy svas .1 kind ov a'snibke'i  j  back .ninon^: tiiuicilcrs wi-.ar.- the jYYci! \  \yas, litit t.i-.c doctor fuller.didn't notice it, I  an so he hop',on: j  'p ' Tills., bird   builds   k,(-l;i;:!i   flint lain |  astonished li-.at tho yoniij* ���j;,!i.iil!.-::u-,n had |  the   hardihood fer   to climb for   ii',' se:*.zo,  !  ���If y.v. Kidas1 Wess,is..in,:t,he aujiency,.will .1  ho' be:],loused  to t(;!l   us wln.ro; ho found i  thi.-s' valu,->blec:i.bi'yoh'!V.ic,':l frbpliy V sezze,  I  never    noticin . the    snickers   what' was!  a-grow in louder. \ V RPtl'fA'^ SV       R  ;   "ThoWesH ni-rrrwrw sheered for to say j tV**>U i l-i .5*4 ��        l>  linything, but t.liol'.ellt!!:; nmii:i-);iin.i.*i!s!ied |  him 'in   lhe   isle ah'toUl  him lor to speak '      '  ' out, an .Nidus said:        ...  j .   " ,'I dtiii foun dat ai;-^ o'tifiii de',orchard,  1 fiah, ilia ole  guinea Y-n's lies',' i-.ezze, an  jt ben he snorted riyiTVouu, an we all. j'ined  j him an snorted too. ' .���  I      " Waal, that sci'.r.'vi:-:'doctor blazed 'rip*ht  j up, in a minuto he t^ot 'a,- red as.. a suir.iio 'j  : bush, an   ho ttartr.d fer the   nip'-cr lor to i  give him' a wailopin, tin I!'.'.! Wcss, s-v;.:o:Y;;- ! ���--  .- ������; - -���.- -���-���-- , ���     .   ���. , ���       _  Y10   seen   him    start,   fer .his   nh^X    1'A .l^^^^ry^J,^^^^^^  i t-nalcned a  In;; w-.nite   a:^ o.ien   tr.o (ablo \\       .        ... .    ��� ���      .' f  ' ii.'i.felclH.'d lhe doctor a clip in the back ov  Y' ------- . ��. ��� ~       �������� *v.��^  thonaik, an' thtifc star.ted.' i.t. liiht <jv tiio !'ip '  : boys liad ):a<l a driiili'ov lioker, like they \ g>  ���; always'I a ices when they coos; to'town, an f,.��  ; tha Wess uii-yor was n-i'Yly popular with i;Y  Iho.-hoys, an so wo ail jes' sciamlili-d Had, j! >,  whole moss ov ai.-.'s on tiio. doeior feller an j ^  ; then chase,! hiio omen tin.; hall.    Ji.-iu an ''X*  , Kidns had broke, up the uuetin an ski-ereil | (A  the lecturer of'!', we. u'.i ,j,.,s tf.ieik liim up to ,1 *��*  Iho platform an   made him   ;:'ivo us   a lee-  \.fp  , turo on lhe kerri;ct.way fer to steal ciiick- ! fi)  liv.-.i witliiiufc l'ltliu   i.:.i:i squak o;;!, loud, an !','���'-  LIGUOHS,     C1GAES,   BUY    GOODS, . . .' :    ,  ���'-.''..,;  ' YTSHTS,    BLASEET3';;., MACKmAWS,    >'   ';.  DUILL    STEEL,    \02PE    BAGS,     TLOITE and ��%&  THE WM. HAMILTON MFG. CO., LTD.,  ��� liAXiJFACTCllKHN   OF ��� ���  V^j*.  tho nij-^er ;.here-dun bclkr'h Ihoiioctn , 1J>r  le-r lie lcnowcd y.'haL I.a was n-talkiii about, ; ^  an we was a-backin him. . ! 'l.  y       GENERAL' MIMING ��� MACHINERY.  Engines, Boilers and Saw MillB.  "An :o arti-r tlml, locilo epysodo I. kind- . v  cr looee.-; faith ir, sei���.:::���.e an larmiii ii;i;.iii ", X?  up, uu I Imlds tu (lii.-ui seo I iii.eot s yit."��� I ()  Kcd Ilui.ton in ,St,. Louis IU .public. i  !.   I    I  TI.:T5::i.!.f.'.OIUHTGfr, ONT. VAiVCOUVEH, B- 0.  ! 'XaA>^A<aA'VS&'QAZ'VAZy'&%'^���A^A&^Zr'hrty^,'?!/'^'  Km  X.uv-vt   Hcioiiil. j  "Hon could wo {���;'<> alon;^ wilbnu'l; fh.tl  and ii-on'/" asiit-il i.iic lecturer.    ''The/aro ,  uli.u.lntedy cssci.t'hil ,li>ci\ Uiza'iou.  "Oil,   j.   don't'  know, .   f ,  "they make prclfy ,".ooil   bicyh's r,f  wood  ��� SUBSCRIBE FOR   ,�� ,,,; me. M.GYie   City   Leader-  ��������  cs  ip in Ful-    [.;,d lil'iminiuni." ��� ud;!s i,:i;d t'.iulc. zsr=s.*2'xxr.  *>z&z�� -rrn: rr*zurx?:*:*~ j&\amvrt*zizi  m  m  m.  14*  m  Br ��!  #  B    -,"5  '���3  QrearNortliern  RAILWAY.  The Surveyor's Chain  Made lt  THE  SHORTEST  Transcontinenta! Rou'.e,  Jt}is jbe i!o*t Modern in i��<p 1; ment.  It Is the.He viest Il-iiU* I Li e.  It has a Ko."k-Kailast lion A be J.  It Crossa*; No S  nd Deserts.  It ffiii I'.ullt Without Laud Grant or  GovpruniPiit.Aid.  Jt iu notel  for Hie  Coi:i-t-*sy of iia  Kmnloy-s.  It i* tbe Only L.ne Sert lug- Muuls on  the la Carta Plan.  $15,000  '    5>o0��  10,000  10,000  20,000  5,o-do  011 St?.mp I\Iill.  " Saw  Mill.  " vSampler.    ���  " .Roads.  ' " Buildings.  " Streets  -AND   THEOTJGH THE  Grandest  Soenerij;  Itt America 1-y lliiylig-iit  Attractive Tours during Season of Navlga-  , tlon oil CJi-tsal Liiko* via l)uhitli in connection  with MairiiilW-uiiL PunM-iUfer Steamer.-. Xortli-  HCHt mid Korthl-uid.  For m-ips. ticket--and complete- information  ������nil on or address K. & S. Ity.. Int. .\uv. and  Trftdhitf Co., X. and K. ri. K.V., or  C.G. DIXON, General Auronl,  Siiokano,uWasli.  y.-I. WILITSKY, G. P. AT. A.','  ���   St. Paul, Minn.  Fifty  rfK In o -u s 0.11 cl  Dollars  Jl  Canadian Pacific  ,   Railway  And Sen-Pacific Line.  .Direct Route ���  and Superior Service.  ( '       1 r 'r  To KLONDIKE nnd YUKON Gold Fields.  To I-acillc Oua-l. C'hiim. Japan und Au.itralia.  To Eastern and lMiropcun points. . 1  Tickets issued through and baggage  checked   to  destination. ���   .>  Tourist Cars  FUOM   it^VKLSTOljE  DailytoKt.Paul. .Daily(exceptWednos-  dav to rCiu-tcni Canadian and L. b,  point--.   ��� ,  To "lu*, rvxpoi-.lod   on    the  IYllowing   Mines:  0  1.  Alpine. Group-  Monument  ley. George.  Blow   ���"  ..;l:A^,-. :jArr.,~r^,3~::T--yy-'~ y  .'."    BY THE MARSHE3Y Y: '. "���";���'.-  '���    ' '���'.'     ..      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';''/;.   ������ S  .'���   AViiidH, Hi-iitiiwiiH*,'."winds, with  touch ..lifci*  ...,,.v;."'  hiiJiliY.:,;^;:^.:::-':.^,::'':5;:::-.-^.^::.^  : ���'��� :������, "���(���Jv.t-i-fi (���i:?/!'ttf.md".'-,!*h[*s dmi, ���' "������'..',: ';���:;���  ;;;.':; Anil,, ^lH.^ii.i-itiiriiUKlrlhB.Vhiio'n'-sky, .' ,  r" ���';���.: .���.rili<;'!(!S)ldi:ii ivl.;,V4-r t!y- . -Y>.'.'''   ���'/'������"'..���.'���'  ��� itrnctet IvlcGaeey'inYoiinin'sHoinpCoirip-*iv  ,; :.;ibii.V;:-;YY: - X'^P.-XXaa'Pa 'PA'a; PPpppA:.  .-���    -..'.���..,������������ '������������i.      ...  ���   ������'���.-..   .-     .',  ������:��� ' .. ,.������::;:   ������.'.���.. :  ���'���.,::,-"     ;   ���������; ���-��� "'���' ���'" -��� --":  "---��� :������-���'������ -..v.:.'.,..''-...;:;;:.  '.X:;pAA-'PA.Xiy ciUlil-ES !!. I.EV.-IS.CY>>'':::V;'  .ijclv  or thi?"'.(*,v  Jaf.iictl���r son:b"  bnt acrdss'the hi-'iil i;f   Uiv'iT..!.-''vly"ii! >i:ir-  /Xiiish lino aiiff.thcn sv.'t"ii,t;,ih.iv,;;|; .i(-".I,';";r.t;t,h:y  pudhaek'. ,-iy'hin, ���.-'.r.d'it was .c:i :,:':::Y.ci.ii-n''  .J'hat wc ' stai-'ttiil; hf.r g\A. ot;;iy\iA.ok''\\uA\.':  i Wo could lipt'get ^'fair'.'.si'iht'^f.. AA yAdoV-:  ��� 'jihd.treos, but ivo ihade i;it!; :il):it��� shf'j litiu-  611 a sort; of/;jac];ct 'r<;;f r;,ijch;|h; und,'-,yhs ;  ;��� tiareh'ea'ded ;ind .b:;r<.;fovYcl.  '.ijjkih. hYhyy  -driven put of hur coVvjrYiH-y-iY.iHco.n-'tKicr;:  ���', and; av**'.?'S6011 outYf sjghti; ' ��� -Vv'o hall Kp--'ri,L  "'���Ebout' ;m : hour; iiY look nig. tor vlier trail  ..i.when'the I'ono.iiian. loft. ahoBr.I: I'M- Yui"  ilred.'nV'Jsifets\jrnd 'raiigtho bell and caiisad  "'.bs to  b*isU-!i' tiq->v,*i; to  the, beach.y-Onco  ��� blear;; of ;��� thu trocs Y*o ��� Ynsily discp'rf-rctl  ;',Wha�� had'ji'sip'iiui'tid^ vTho wild wbii-'-fn hat|;  ' Hanked lis anil:roachW ���tho'lieaeh;and [nib.  b'ff in one of qvir; *>v htilnl'oatis.'.''; Shcwas.al-  .' ready hall ii:.'iiiilfe:i'i-syay: ���r.Siu��'.,iin;';p-'.r terii  ���vn-.:  ���wiit:  Xa  ; Till  iV.O  iii"oil tin  EA'fi  �����.-'1-111 (.���  oYio'vr.t  U'lit - ���-.h.i.i  rn.  '.i to;l'jt*.'  ���,-jirh'ilY  i'U'li   b':.''l  ir.i', ni*,.pji'h:  XX'tyhvAz  "���In ������jr'iV'f.  suit J'"',.;iii!'l  in  ..."ivatcalii  vTh'-'li i-'',:  -������ '.'Aiid n  'VKiiv/s.  "������'���A '���.Him  ���A'iv'T l-;c.  ���'���'���I  JOT'iusor  .v.-'ll  '������'f.;'.1-  -at,'  i-l  31'   ti  ,VH.'.d  iii a  ���.'.v.: 11  wo-;;! iliriif:  tiliitiriiori  :'..' I shall ii.  Buiahii i;:.-:'to  . .And,i-prc''.d  Kti-cY a'YYvYon :iro tpr-4  itiAUli: hi6i!')i'r,;.\vhiyh ������ ������'���'..,.,���������,;  Hv/Yliiy littl/.;.-l;-.!ii;*iii Kj":'a'c  'v<)Ui- nyr.i-jr.o:,j;'t;��';;j;a;ii.':: ���  ���oii'i*���iioir.p'ly..apr'nn o'ur n'iy  ;hc-n v.T.a c-.l:u. f^til! gr.-jin'*; at*  j.i a '-hokii.'; voit-u:  i!>y !.i;.!h"r.'  iviit i ri'i.!i;'cl iho hiueons ln-  <>,!,miiI him. I iiii^Jt.'ri with  could ha*. 0 piiPscs."*! <1 1110  s i;of, know. No oflicer  whl e> er Kja-ak ill of u  -.11 in public.  1 c-rieil to thc soldiers. I  * cap, and, bowing, said;  iny-,i-li  at  your disposi-  ; Wh'iir.  . AH^liio]), ���nat.oyiiii'y U.  With.<J.i-'::n:':.teri.n Svai:)iU  :' ��� Mni'-ariariio M>  Mi-,v.-tl.-.t;Vi-?hT;,its[;'miMr  :'i:);tli��-d'i''euni'<.if;<h'i!aili  AAt 031,/ii'n i?cribrier;.-!.;'  ut the whistle of lhe ap-  was beard. My friend  and draj:j?pd inu to tho  took tho train  (laddlo, atjcl as mjOu ;,., s-h.o' '. ax.\  puifc Hho lvdotih!', -.1   h.t r e-.ei'ti'.i:  ,'ivas luuniicd and s-<,!,r,i oiT   i:: pi  (1  curious   cl)a-,e   it. \>as      \,i- (  ���us iii pur-  i,.,..,A;!lYat:  ii>-tiit. aifd'  ,-isih* oyer-:  K    ri*p '/'*;-'   T>! TT?T ,  '    A    i h Y-. \* Lkj. It L' LjIJ*  Liifct year 1 wer.t to Ijc--,aueon to at I end  fri'intl's   wtvld:!--'      liia   biido\.*ari  the  ���daufiiif^r-o  :-oiie.gtthe wealthiest aadjbest  \vij :.'did.  lie  i 5& r U  rince  Connections    D;tily   (except Sunday)  To Rcval.stoko and Main Line point**.  6 a. m. Lv.' SLOGAN   GlTV  .\rr. 6:40 p. m.  To Nelson, Kn->Io, Trail and KovJar.d.,  lanoonLv. SLOC'AN  CITY  Air. nraoa.ni.  Kokanco leaves  Kaslo.on Tne--days and Fri-  dixysof each week at 9:1 j p.m.' fur  round trip  {o Larilo and ArKOtitft.  Ascertain jiresent  Hoducecl  And  full   in formation   l��v  '   TILOM AS IIKNDKKSOX,.  ���i^ei-.t. or _  W. F. Am)K��j30N,        Trav. 1  a*. Agt..,  Nelson.  E. J. COYLF.  District I'js^nger Agent,  Vancouver, I3riti*-li   Ooluinl'ia.  larBesiin'voiniliekct reiul>* via C. V. U,  nciov/n Fract'  lie  Golden Wedge'  awreiice  \ul fc...vJ,vUV,lvn  St. Lewis  wo Friends  Off what is V.r.ewn as Northwest cape*,  on tlio eastern i-ido of Au-stralia; alo a  yrcuip of seven )>���-!���nds. 'i'hc (ni'.ernioht  one, which i.-; 7U ii>i)i-s from tiie 111ain-,  land, is called i^i<;ht,lioii'Foi.>hiiid, although  tliere litis never hcen a lighthotiKo erected  thero.  It is au ' island two miles long and al-  mot-t as hroad. tho foundation of coral,  and ia^ontirely covered with trees and  bushes  Whaling vessels bound up''tho Java  coast often call there for'wood and water,  nnd in tho year 1S10 ' a llriri-.li ship was  wrecked thero and 28 men lived on tho  ifdand for ten  months before being taken  oil.  1 In tho year 1S72 I was one of thc bo.it  Btecrcrs in tho lucky old, wbalo-diip Lily  Smith o"f New Bedford, and after a crui<-e  of 11 months without a man stepping foot  ashore wo wore hearing up for Lighthouse  island to renew our wood and wafer and  feel tho earth under our feet onco more.  Wo reached a poinc within about four  miles of   thc inland'just  at  sundown one  Jiaulcd tho woman, but ar-  feyrui'K overbuaid aiid .*,>v.-u:i invay.v.nl I y  fliviri'4 and dod-^ii-,-,' she evaded lib (oryi  quarter of an li.-uir. \s liat. may i,1; Yr.  tjoivii an a s.injiuiar elrciiin.-laiice *.va* that  |howaters'about tho i-d.-uY simply 1swan, 1-  Dd with shaiks, and ai'tn:*-.*- ilieru were a  nozon about lier'iind yot none ol themon-  itcrri seemed inclined to do her h ii-id.  Nobody could 1:1:.he vii.t .,li:>; v, l.at   rr.rfc  Of  a'woman  in was 1*.:;til ono of   Ha; u-i-ii  lio.'.vn faiuiin  finally caught i-.er  Jier   into tho boat.  tho- hair a;>d pi.!i"-.l  -he (ou-zlit hiui v.Hli  eavayo  ferocity, bitintc one of   lu.; lln*.*i-i-:i  to tho  bone, ant!   we had   to tie ..������r   hand  and foot to keep her.    !-h�� appe::ied   ni ho  Q woman of about If), and tlioti'/h her fa>-.o .  vras roughened and  browned  by c:-.posuro  we  felt   sure   that   s-he   was   Engli.--h  or.  American.' She had made her a pea jacket  from a pieco of 'sail  oj-^th, using a t.iiorn  for a ncedlo and  grass lor thread- but liad  been without^ shoes until her feet wvrel,in  bad condition.    During tlio chase sho had  not uttered a work, but when hauled into  tho boat she cried out in good Ih:g!i--h, "I  , will   light   for   11.y lile���I will   never go  away I"*  Wc took her aboard tbe ship, and  the captain talked  to her in a- gentle way  ��� and   tried   to  satisiy   her  that  we   weio  \ friends.     Whon she grew quiet, lie cast off  , her bonds, but as tfan as she wns !rto sho  , attacked l.ini so fion-el.v that, he had to call  j lor help. ' r:,l*o was then  locked in a state-  , room, her things in the  hut sent lor, and  1,11-c sailed away on our cruise.     Thoro was.  ' not au hour during t'ho-licit two weeks, in  nines 01   ii.u i-iiniiu j"-."   ������>���   "*���������������-���- -    ,-v.v, -  -.. . 1   1     i,���,ii,f.  iii'd*.t when thc wind failed us, and  after > which tho captain did not wish he 1...-U-.1G  t��*e shin h-ril drifted in forano'ther milo on ] the woman 0.1 her i.-,h>:id.    1-or t.ireo uajs  '                                                      ,                                   .,   i     ��i. r      1                r.    ,     1   t          1     ..���iT   u'l-tfj'          \V *'.('T,     f'flill-  >��3 i>��  FK\  sr\q  Anniston  -o--  INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION and  TRADING CO,, Ltd.  $115,600  $1  $115,000  i?ii=;, 000  Btiis.  ���ISTKUNATION'.H."  KOOTKN.W L.\iCI-  A.s-n "Ai.uukta'  AND lilVlMl.  o.v  Summer QorcX  KFFEC'TIVB M AUCII 15, 18!:S.  INTERNATIONAL  m   O -O- f\  o,uUU  tlie tido we eamu to anchor in seven iath-  oins and made all, snug.    As tho weather  was lino only an  anchor .watch was  kept,  and all -.vent w-ell  until  about  midnight.  Then some  one was  discovered   paddling  around   tho  .ship  on a small raft, and an  alarm   was   raised   that   turned   out   all  hands."   Some ot   tho men  insisted thiTi it  Was a,  negro, hut with  their nightgla.-r-es  to aid thoni the. oi'icors wero quilo as >-;cr-  tain that it was a woman in a  half   nude  state. , They said  rho had   long hair, nar-,'  row  shoulders   a'ul   liandled   l.er  padillo ;  with a certain awkwardness ne\er seen in ���  a  num.     In   a general way we knew that  the  i.'lnnd   was   not   inhabited,    thoi.t-h i  ,'probably visited at  intervals   by   nathes !  ] from the other islands aiid   hy shell gaiii- ;  j erers and fishermen.    The   person on i-.e  | raft may l.a\e beu: tent  out  to spy* on us ���  , jirevious to an' ari;ic.k, or   n.ay'luive been ,  | so:iic  Lino  ind:\idn:.l  impelled   soltily by I  I curiosity.     V> hoover ;t was ho i:i.-'ip|.-car' -.1  ! r.s  soon   as  an   ale.rui ,v.as raised, and v.e  ! heard notl:*.r.j n.oro during the niulit |  Ne:*:t, nieruing, i.S soon as l.ivnl-.l.i-t hrA i  I been served, -'v' of us went aahoro wi'h tho |  ' a*-:es  iv:id  water  casks, aud, for   lc-ar  we |  niii.-'pt  meet with   i*.d\ontnro. four of  tho j  men  wero  amied with   muskets     As wo j  landed en tho sandy=L:each of a little covo J  wo  Kiiv ������   email  and c.uceriy con-',: acted j  raft pulled   upon  t he sands,, ami   leading |  away from   it woro tho  tracks of  human j imco.  feet.    It needed but a glance to show that '.��������-* ���  they wero tho foofprMits ot a woman, and  as wo noticed tlie coi^truetinn of the raft  tho dullest, sailor could iigure that no man  ever put it together.     We felt certain that  thero was a woman on the  island, and as  she refused load  i  pel led by hunger ;  ���;water;; A'YlvdiYcoinY  hiibt, sho (pi  ���rtx-ok:  sparingly and  wns  sulky and  ob.-.unazo.  Now and then her moods wero savage, and'  sometimes at night she would scream out  like a wild  ild bcitst.Y As w'O tlid.^ iiot^iutuiid-'  ������o!ked:.out,nobody  cv' Yhe \vas,n��w;a  $115,000     $115,000     $115,000  This is the PAY TIOLL  I hat  wi'.l-'iiiako  sho  had  pulled oft  to the  ship  '  done  it 1  1.111,ht   l*o  inlcired .that slie was solitary I  and  illnno niuid  tho  trees.   srhcj;e was a J  well delir.ed  path leading from   the beach !  into tho v.-oods, and  a.,- wo wero in search  , of water a part of us took this path while  I the others  began fellijcg  trv.es.    At about ���  ! 20 roils from   tlie beach wc  oanio  upon a j  ��� fine spring  from which  wo could fill our ���  I casks, and for sc'\eial  hours, or until tho j  captain  came iislioro, no  ono  penetrated j  farther.   After dinner, being satis.'led that  to make., port:for-.several   month.s.tlio:idoa  wasv^tojransfcr.lier.ttJ ;soiuo' other -.'-craft;.--  We spokeilia 1 () a 'doicn yi 11 ;su'coession'. but:  not oiib-cfthem'..woultl.y'recoivoYjor.f 'From.  :011c;-libwoVa'r, Avhero  tiio'.cajitainy had his.;  wife-:abpare!,:tui::outfit ���wa8;';.-prcci.irecl, and  .no fjOoner-YaYi.t -banded overYo the wpin'v  aiVthan-aiigroat. change took; place: ;i her.::'  fSho .; quieted. ,;down, ;dressedv; herself/'from'  hwid ;;to: hebLYiHl. speiitavAvholoYay:!h.  ���brii^h'ing.-.'.-'and.;!���'���'���i-piirbing ..heY 'hair.-: Xjnb  ;iii6rr.i,ng';glie.;.'-olt;c't:!*ii!e.d;-':-fhG  eaying;; sho^Avouldleat:, iireakfVVf-t:: in .t'ho  eab.nvhi.d AvheuYboY  eoYlYYre^'tY.hox'h-i-i ���  fairly gOoti:!b'ciki!ig wbiuan. iii ild .eyed and  -shy, :and Jier voice \v;;s low and pentlo... As  sho entered ,tke cabin.. sjio looked about.her  iiV a wonderiiig   way r.nd. queried'of tiio'  ���.captain.:;-;. ��� ; - .,''��������� Ai;.    '-,;.,:,:;"--. '���:���;���;'���:;. ;Y ���'.���,'���','���.'  ': "i?ir, .w.ill.you p.lenso .tell liip'jitiw I caiuo  aboard of rfhisy syi*.5pi and what has ; becoino  of my o'wti'.wiirdvoliMi?.''.-' '.-��� ,; ''.'."' p'P  '.. V,"lie.ii.it v.-'a!s .explained''.to ,lier tliat: sho  had.beeii tafen : fro in Yighthonso 'iSkind,.:  where sho ���had . been living foi*-inoiithsoi*  years, her v,i.\ on i'sh ment was beyo nd', u tt er-  ���...w. Kho' iir.'d woke uyitSat incrning to  tind;herself in: a.strange, ber.tli. She laid  no recollection of 'the island.or -her capture: .-Hhe.he.d found tiie musty -garments  we brought from ��� the hut,;'r.nd had an indistinct recollection that they had onco  been worn , bydier, but iho past liad gono  f-'ronr her hiemory as if'thero had . beeii no  in the city and tl e ahair  v.r-.s a n.'-'t. I*: illiant ono. ' \',')ien we w 110  nboui qui! tin;: iho labia after r'h,/ wrdi'mcj  fca.-t, I foir,.a hand \iy.'.iu my .-.hnuldi-r. I  turned 12-.-foiu me s't-j-nl a youi;<* captain  of ('.r::g':i-ns. a bai.d-ome, dashing fellow,  'i.-ith I'tirly blond hair. I  "Vuu   do  not  ret-e.gni/e mo," said ho,  i-iuilirg.  -"In truth," said I, hesitating, "Ie-tnnot  rcini'ir.!/ r" ���  "I am Uu-tave Ka'sant. your old chum  Why, I remember i\; 11 the first day ynu  came to the school. Ymi, advanced towaid  me as I stood in the p,a\ground and said,  'Lend mo -0,1:0 marble-* '��� 1 lent y'ou sou.e,  and w;c became last liiv-iu'ls ,-it. once, and  our friendship lasted lor time years."  1 grasped his  band warmly, and wo  a =  owe began to talk o\erold times together.  It is always with a certain degree of pleasure that one meets an old chum of school  or college,    -.^o wo exhausted   the subject  1 cf  school days  and  took   up car  present  prospects.    Gustavo told me that Ids wero  excellent; ho would soon havo a oonimis-  1 bion as major, a Lieky advancement for so  ! young a man.    When I prepared to leave,  , ho accompanied,me to tlio station, and after a cordial farewell we separated.  i      Months pa.----.ed, and 1 heard no morn of  1 Gr,sta\o.    lrinally cue morning I saw his  , name   in   the .Journal  (Jniolel   and   noted  with pleasure tliat he had received his tv>:-  ; pected promotion.     With  his  commission  he had received orders detailing  Jiim  ton  1 gau-ison   at  Maubev.ge,   on   thu   Belgian  , frontiv-r.  Ono August evening I was taking a  1 stroll in tlu; Champs Ely-ees. It was a  little after 9, and around me was tho usual  gay crowd of a summer night���promc-  nadors by tho hundred; merry people seated  at tho little tables in front of the cafes,  smoking, drinking and chatting; to the  right a cato concert,, its front hung with  colored lanterns. Loforc me thujong Avon 1:0 des Champs Klysees extended, its  hundreds of lights glimmering like glowworms in the. dark. Suddenly I saw* a  famiiir.r face by the light of a street lamp,  lt was Gustavo Haisant.  "Hello, major!" said  I, extending  my  hand.     "Well maS-l1' t  "All, is it yon:*-'' 9aid ho laii'-uidly.    "1  am ''.lad to see you." ,  Ilia* ione  struck  inc.    1 looked  at him  t-lUllH  tl ai n oruing I d  r r t'.e'itl-.'Ji.an v.-.-  v 1 -::;���'-, ��� '.C.rt ol  *' 'Li r him go"  i'o.-e, lo-imvod in;  '��� -:-,ir, I piece  fio'i  "At .tliis momr  prr.aehintr   train  gr;,-ped   my ;��� 1*11��  si-iti mi wiiliont, whero we  lor hi!!.-.  [      "As ��of)n as 1 could do so I hastened to  , thc* gem ml  coiiiiuiuidi'ig our division.    I  ' toi.l   him   all     As  you  may  imagino, ho  re; i-iman'i-led me severely.  "'Waai.' said lie,'an officer of your  rank to babble 1 litis in public, like a raw  boy jii.-.t out of tlie military school! It in  the built of the war dcp-irtmoufc. Thoy  -���hii'vild not promote ni.-n so young as you  to po-dtiou.- ol i::ij!iii-lai!CO.'  "1 1 riv.itely thouglit that if I liad been  r. general thu aiT.iir would have been tho  fc,.mo lint i so richly merited his scvero  li.r.miai/e that I did nut reply.  i " ' Well,' se.hl ho finally, 'what do you  prnpo vto do?  attch'tivelv  I!  set  Yinec-I La  were gray  pies. -.-Iiinliing my. t-.v  : "C'onie, Jet's take .1'  ::  '''SYillingiy  6s.eeiiM.'d'to hftve agiid:hiucli  tfliiii: beforY :Al'ready:t:herei:  s 'slioVv.ing around bis tein-  m with his  i-%ti:6ll. ���'���'���.'.'���,,-���  hi  1 *.>aid ������  0.  VLi  iftc:  ivo  had:walkcd some litllo distance  ;ik  vc  bei  been other cases !ihe'it,'  ritlon 'of ..116 length.  w  past! .'  There; iu  and thoy.hnve   ....  and soythe.ro'is'.nothing .singular in that  part cf: 11; y; story. ;As' a niat.ter of fact the  woman: "could not -tell1 her'.own name'���  e'otild liot -tell w.'uelher,she.v,-as'married or..  single,, v.-he're she hailed from or chaw she  came io be oivrhii island, She dated: lifo  from' the htinr she wo.ko upand heard tlio  Etoward-k-noeking on .her dcoi-.y Tho'eap-.  tain -first set to work do  judge  how' long  Ho.it leave* Kn-do at  ,'i:l") a.in., arrives nt S:I')  p.111 ; Iuiivon Ainswortli al (i:15 a.111 arrive* at  7:10 p.m.; leaves Pilot Hay at 7:15 a.in. nrrive-.  i��.t C:;*0 p.m.; leaves Balfour at. 7:15 a. 111.. iirri\L-i  lit. U:lX) p.in.; lua \*(.��, Five Milo noini nt !> am.,  (irrives ut 5;1U p.111 ; nrri\ es al Nelson at !':!5a.  in., leaves -l:l.i p.m.   lOver-, (lay e.Vv-ept Sunday,  ^ ' -i       SrlhCr-.1Af^    Yc- en   t  '    hi  d  and '��� ^ho had kin on the  i-land and finally ��ct  ALBERTA,  TOWNSITR  '    The  Cuming  lloftt leaves K.islo at 5 p.m.. 1 iie-dii". -. 1 ���] j  Hiiturdavs. iin-ivc.-, nt 1 a.m. on M.inda>s unci  Th-irsdiiys; leaves Ainsworlh al 'CAI P ai*. -u*  HviiM nt 11:10 p.m.: leaves I'llol Hay at '!'���';���,  arrlvcH ut 11 p.m.: leaves U iiskciiunk ut J' '������,  ���Arrives at - S p.m.. Sunday and Vm*1'><> !>���  ���leaves Goal Iliver ut 12 o'clock ni-rlit, nn n s  nt.0 p.m.: leaves Itoimdiiry al 1 a.m. V\ ^''"-f  day mid .Sunday, arrives a . p.m.: ',iri\.es ui  ilonnor's Kerry at a a.m.. arrive.-- at .' p.m.  Meals nnd berths not. inehidod..   l'''^"^  on S.S.   Internutional  from   -NijIkoh.   *pi)okun<|.  .-ie., foivpoints on Kix.tenuy hike sou I if '  *  . lot Hav. will  eonnoet ut-tliat point with tlio  HS. Alberta.  Tho company's steamers c'onnnet. ^"If"'���y  Inkoun'd Sloe.111 i.olnts with all l������'l�� ����� ��  United ritutos and C.inuda, by way of bpokuno  ���ind lvootoniiy river. ,      '     ,,  Tickets .Mold und  bagfuif,*-*  olicck-iwl  l.o  all  points by V^^^nXsi&Gon. Mam  P, O. llox l-.'*2.,Kaslo, Ii.-C.  [ORTHERN  .PACIFIC. RAILWAY.  Solid Vestibule Trains  Modern >E:quipmeHt  THROUGH   TICKETS    '  ''     ''.:���"'���  y  "TO' !  Tacoimi, Sonttle, Victoria, Vancouver,  Portland  and California Points.      |  St   Pui.l,   St.   Ltuiis.   Chicago, ��� New  York, Boston,  ftnd all   point*   East,   also   ICiiropean��� S.  TI OF I  so'mo native feuude who feared u:- fix  men wero detailed to !;o in seaieh ot her.  A few* iods from tl;o sprir.-r, wluie tho  forest vras more oiien, we came 11.011 a  rudo hut \viih a - mohh.rinji; firo : t tho  door. The but was made of sticks, stones,  shells and mud. Tho sticks had been  broken oil' by hand, and tho .-.belter was a  fairly nand. one against any sort ol weather. In the interior wo found �� bed of dry  grass, shell:- which wero used fur cooking  .utensils, nnd what might be called tho remains of 11 lady's hat, dress, cloak 'and n  pair of shoes.'    All these  things were old  of wrcc!-^ and disasters, und oniony, them  was the loss of th-u. English biirk.Ford-  ���hain,. which had, been lost with ail hands  on a voyage from tlie Capo to '.India..'. ,Hho  had put. in at thcr'Mauritius to repair damages; and soon ai'ter leaving,.a fierce :galo  had swept the seas .for,''several, days. '.Ib  was taken for granted that sho had beeiv  lost in .this jialo'.. It-was figured by tlie  captain that the Ford bain had runoff bu-  ���foro '���tliu"{;:ild to the westward,.and that  she was within a few' inilos'of '.Lig-hthoiiso  island, when sb.o went down; 'l'b.e account  said there .woro six��� passengers aboard, and  upnUouiptin;"*-  t.ojnake. him con- .'���  Hi, soeineYeutirely'dt'st itute of in-'.;  tcrest .in any ropietli'a!;- I'miyht bring, up, '  antl-.pl'uVgeil.'into lnclanehciy.,   ,:  ,.:  ';.    '-������!'  "Gtn.nc,".'coiniii   Gustavo,''...shid   I, "you  have   somethinij. on   yourv mind,  haven'6';  yon?",y...���;,: ���....���:^ .���  X   Y- '"  PPpPP-'X:     ���'' i  ,. ITo b.esitatcd a inoinent, bub ��� finally re-.  plied':' .'';.���;...'���. ; ' '   :'''     ������������;"      .,-'.'-.'.���   ,.-���.���'���,���!  '��� ���'' Yes " '-������ ���..v:: .i' v   ','��� .--;      ���  '. v "A love������effn-'ir, I'll bo>woriv."   :      ���'."   \  ;' lip was silent, and 1 repeated  my, soino-  ���what   brusque 'renu.rkY' .There'.fire'."so'mo .  woundsthat v.-ill not' bear probing.; ..'*'.'   '" i  ...;��� Suddenly bo spoke:   ���������'."'���    -' ' ;    j  ."Listen," said ho, "and I shall, tell'you '  the 'Cause  of ;i:iy lueiaheholy.    I'er.luips;I..  -ani'.Vv'i'bny to chafe,under  it  us I do;.-per-..;  hiips yoii may give -mo sor.ie. jiiood advioo..''  In nnyevent, 1 'shall:. jtell'' yo,u ..n'iy'. story.. '  Sines .1 last; saw ycVu* there .has been a, trnK-  ienl event in my '"life. i  Oh," you have heard ;  ..���nothing:, of .it.    Thanks .to: the people aS.  headquarters;   tho  papers  wero . silenced,'  und'-.-I   woii't  bOre ..you���niy.'story. isn'Mi  long, nnd,'' he-added  b'tt.torly, - * 'I. ��� t Iii n k it  is interesting:,  "lint it; is old���the, old story ���  of. tho parents' sinsboiny expiated by. the  children." .:;    "������.- " .���..-'������ . ;"��� ':  ��� Ho linockcxT.tho asli from his "cigar, aiid  . then be sle,v,*,ly told l.is story:    ���  "Last ,)une, as you v may knov*., there-.  : servo forces, were ordered-out' for,,their  : yearly service. ' .We. had some of tliem.at  |. Maubouge, where, 1. had been "'stationed  .'with the'Tifty-sixtii for a month: One  ;; inorning 1 was about to start for Lillo, On  \ regimental business, in ��� company with a  ��� .broilieronieer of my regiment. We slopped  : into a large eating house to take a chop  beforo tiie train left. It was a very large  ���establishment, with marble tables around  the room, and at one -end was a long bar,  I'heru is but one courso open to me,  gerei-nl.' 1 replied. 'I have grievously  cdi. ijih*d -i-i.i-i, "lining liisin. I havo therefore phi'vl myself at hi-, disposition. Wu  hum tiglih'  '��� 'A duel1 Vou arc mad! A major  cannot go upon tho Held with a private  soldier.'      , '  ,  " -tienoral, yon must nilow mo to say'  that there are certain insults so grave that  military usage lnust yield lo thorn. Grant  mo permission to do this.'  " '11 ut I cannot    1 liayo^no.riulit,to_do_  ��0.'  .   " '-Then telegraph the minister of war,'  " 'He will refuse.'  " 'Well. If that be the case, I shall notify  George do l-'erisset, and wo will, fight in  Dolgium.' 11 1 ��  '��� 'Thou you desert'?'  " 'Yes, general, I wi.'   desert and then  ,,  return for   my punishment.  ��� I  havo oncts  dishonored niysoif in' publicly insulting a  woman.    I shall not  again do so in refusing satisfaction to 1 er son.'  "'J'ho.siotic-rnrs perplexity nnd anger be-  , pan to pji-ss away. Ho seemed moved. IJo  strode up oud clown tho room for smiio ���  moments, and finally, turning to 111c, said-.  " 'lie it so. Do as you will. Boar in  mind, though, that I know nothing of this  affair. TJiis conversation has not taken  IJ ace.1 ,  "I thanked him and repaired to my  quarters. That,ceiling Do Ferisset's seconds arrived. .They were civilians, as wero  also the two friends whom I named to arrange matters with, them. Tho weapon  chosen was tho sword, the hour (5 o'clock  tho following morning, tho placo n littlo  \illago .jus's within tho Belgian frontier. I  j.ut my -.flairs in order that night, for I  had determined to offer but slight defense.  "At tlio appointed hour the nest day wo  vrere there. It was a raw, drizzly morning, aud the mud was ankle deop. Do  Ferisset appeared in uniform. One of my  seconds remarked that he, like thc rest of  us. should havo coiro as a civilian. Ho  replied that lie had been insulted as innn  and soldier', and that repa.-ation was duo  to him us such. 1 made a sign to n*,y see-  ond, and be did not insist.  , "WuuioUour pu.ees. Ib "Was a curious  ! spectacle���a private suidier in his uniform  lacing his superiur oilicer in mufti.  "The  swouls wero  crossed.    Tho word  was -.J von.   1 v. ate bed   his face with a fe-  \ci isji ouiiosity.    In his eyes there was tho  same glare ol tbo day before. tlv* tame indecision.    Suddenly ���*,  strange  smile appealed upon his lips���thosmiloof a broken  heart���ti. smile I shall never forget though  1 1 li\c a hundred  years.    Quick as   11 flash  he abandoned his guard, and, gra.sping my  ; swerd with his Ii-lG hand, ho  hurled  hiin-  ! self upon.it.  It ran him through thc body.  Uttering a hoarse cry, he fell  backward.  A bloody foam tinged his pale lips.  A convulsive frhudcicr ran ever his  body, anoth-  , cr, then a groan.    He was dead."  I listened with horror to his story.    Ho  noticed my'looks, hue went doggedly on:  "Of course 1 had not killed iiini���I had  even resolved',not to defend myself, and I  quilted the arn-y. Dut still I feel liko a  murderer; 1 feel as though I had committed a'-rime. When 1 think o[ that poor  boy���li.y.-d lo his mother, bad though sho  was���f-liiiii in the iii-tfc flush of youth, I  feel liko 1111 assassin. And think of that;  wretched l-.iothci I I low sho must mourn  her bra\e bey's fall!"  It was growing late; tlio pcoplo vvcio  pouring out cf iho cafes concerts. Now  and then a pa*-i!erby would hum over the  latest comic tuiig. Strange contrast! Tho  follies of the son: mingled with the words  of ti e -f.oii.bi-r Irama just unrolled beforo  nie. Gusia\o \v.-di.*-il en by my sidn, with  bent bead, crushed by the weight ot his  tragic sti..y.  And si ll tlio Champs Elysees swarmed  with people. Aiound i.s was tho intense  life of- 11 -.iiininur night in frivolous Paris.  On. tlie avenue weio innumerable carriages  and all around.gayly dressed loungers on  the iron chair*  Situated at the j unction  of Lemon and Summit  . creeks at the mouth ' of .  the Twin Lalcc Pass to  Kooteuay river ��� and  Nelson.  For further information .apply to  P.    'S.  AGENT,  -Oil  Slocan City.  East,   also  ticket.-!.  TIMK siuncnuLK.  Xo. 1 AVct Depart 8:M p. m.  No.2Ka.,t ������ 7:n0n-,,L  .    For information, timo cards, maps, and tick-  ctfl call 0x1 or write 1''. 0. OIHIW,  Gcin'l Agb, Spokane, Wash,  Or A. I). C'lIAKLTON*. Assl.. Clen'l  Pass. Agi.  ���    No.'-'.15 .Morrison St.. "or. Third. Pa'"-!*'-:"-  Oretfini,  Applewhait,   Sherwood ���& 'Co,  Nelson, B. G.  ac-eiistomrd resourees of  at. fault:  One game that,  much  ritOVlXrlAbSPX'lIKTAPY'SDl-FiCK.  iiients:-- oinl'Mnreh. IS'.K^-  ��� (.,���,,���..,��� w.l  mi a���.l       . -   A"\, Kll()lc.  l^^i;;yT!;(MKorrS.ee!^M,a!n;rnivislo:1of  |-;l   (    Ko.lt I.: 11M ,V.  come. IUIM...V,, ,,,.., ^ ..  We then separated a distance of a few feet  and swept across the island. We found'  many places w'here shu had broken off  branches' nnd.'gathered'wild fruit, and on  tho other beach wo.found her tracks in tho  sand, but, nothing could bo seen of tho  ���woman herself.  As our stay at tho' island would bo for  three or four days,'tlio captain ordered  that, bedding nnd" provisions be placed.in  the abandoned but tor use of tho woman,  and that, wo should make 110 further hunt  for her.. A letter was written and placed  with tho things, giving her the name of  ..lhe. ship and saying we were friend.-;,' and ! which gave  then wo went about, our own work. At 'I costly jewel was pi;  night, wo all went "cur board ship, and next  morning it. was ascertained that tho woman, hud'spent, the night in. her hut. Bho  had made a bed of the blankets and eaten'  of the provisions,.but she had torn tlio-letter info (ivo pieces and thai probably-without reading it.' Wo were satislied, however, as sho must reason tliat wc/inoant  hor no haijini, nnd we. hoped to get sight of  her by theft line wo -.yere ready to depart..  Wo heard nothing of her on the second  day, nor the ue*.t, but sho occupied hor  hut again nnd ate heartily of the provisions. We left other letters lor her, but- sho  tore.each up. On tho foiu-ih day, as wo  had quite finished, it was determined to  run iho woman down and discover who  she wa?:   To niako a st-ecdv aiid tho:-ou��i*!  and she' left us with ;a .handsiKike' and a  ���'God bless yon" all around. I lion id of her  'hut once more. That, was si>: months after  she liad reached K::g!a.:d and she had not  yet recovered her .'memory, or been identified.    . .    __;  ,  Em*-re--s .Kiuic-r.Ui'i* rtayiulnesfi.  Yomo 'tune   ago '"tho   Kmpress Kugenlo  was a capital   band   nt, whiting  away  . -    -       -    ���*'*"  j own anil oilier   pi-unle's timo when   residing at obscure .watering   places where tbo  royal gaiety were i  sho invented, and  delight-,   was   this: A  v.u.1...,, ,,.-������ ^  ,.....:i-d upon a saucer and  covered with  an   inverted teacup; n   lady  then tossed them to a |.*eiii:Ieiiinu seated on  ;  the opposite'-;ide of   the   room, and   if   bo ;  eatight   the   living   u'teiisils'with, such   n  steady l-.and   ihi-.t-the  jev,-el wat!   not displaced from   under   the 'cup  tha  ge.ni became the properly of the lady.    A.{ course  tl-.o  gallant, v.-ho was  to "catch"  felt,  an  io'.enso sol'iei'..uile, inasmuch as   l.l-.e   prii'.o  for   the lady which 'his  adroitness   mi-'ht  gain nr'his  nwkwardiiess loso Jiiid a value  which rendered its possession exceedingly  desirable and mado its loss acutely felt... It  is   said   that   tlie   emperor   was   tho   best  '���catcher" of   thoni   all, and when .he was  present the game was?- piayed with an enthusiasm which would rival thatof a thickly populated nursery.��� New York Ledger  inand.    And .vouV-  Well, 1 have tlie soli of ��.Celebrity,  too, but of a (lili'erent kind. It is young  George do Ti-i'isset..' '..'������-  " 'What, iiot il-.o son of. JInio. de Ferisset  ���pretty Do Ferissel?'���  " '.Tiie same.;.      . '��� ��� ' Y ' ���  "1 laughed hi.*ai-tiiy-as;I Eiiid:  "'Well, well! Ho De ;1;\.: isset has a  grown up' Son, has ��� sh.'e? How th.o timo  I lies' I , I y-'as dreadfully in love with tho  woman 01.ee, but .-another fellow won her  niif. undivided favors.'  " *And  I, too,' replied   ray  ceinpanioh,  'I v.*as a little sjMeny on her.     lint, then, .  you'   know, I   always   had scruples about  married wo.-non.'  " 'Oil,   yon 1 were    wrong,'    I   replied.  'She was \vell worth   the.   trouble.'    And,,  llien, poor-De Kerisse-l I '.l'1-.e typeof an un-  KUSpeeting ht'^biinili    r'.hi: hail :.'*.) hjvers to  lhy Unowicdgb, nnd be nevei' knew it,'  "1 liad scarcely lini.-b.ed speaking when  a stripling soldier nuitte.d bis comratles  and tidvaneed toward nie. His face was ns  whito as a sheet. His omul ion was so great  that ho trembled a.1? ho walked, with his  tabor clailering-'al-. . Ids heels. When he  reuohed/our table, ho glared at lr.e for a  ���moment with wild yet indeci-.ivo eyes and  then raised his hand to strike me, Thero  was a hurried movement, an outcry, r.nd  several of tho soldiers around leaped upon  him and held' hia hand,     lie struggled tor  The I'apcr William "Morris Uried.  ������Mi-. Morris was no, advoeato for thick  paper, '(but ho had long before found.out  that liiaehino inado' paper of wood pulp  and clay was useless for permanent results,  to say nothing of the uninteresting i]uallf,y  cf its surface. The bitter failing isa factor  by no nieans uniinportant in tho beauty of  a.book. Much of our shiny, calendered  paper is, besides, trying to the eyes. Ho  was lOrccd to resort to tho plain, honest  i way of tlie old limb paper makers. . Unbleached line:* rugs wero used, and liiolda  who.-o wires wero not woven with absolute ineehnniciil accuracy,-.thus obtaining;  a sort-of variety in tho surface.  Tims paper was made expressly for him  by Mr. li.-itebclor, at I.itile Chart, near  Asiifcrd, and "resembles the paper of thu  tai'iy printers in all its best qualities..!'  Three water.marks were designed by him  for paper of different sizes���"the apple,  the daisy and the perch with a spray in its  mouth ; each of these devices beingaceoni-  pauied by tho. initials W. M."���-Pratt Institute Monthly.  An Exception.  First Boarder���Don't you always havo  a stuffy feeling in this house?  .Second liuarder-���Not when wo aro in  tho dining room.���London Fun. _. :, (  i    \:  i    I  Y '  r  I'm  f":  ��. 11. Yorxc,  X. jYSMVTJl,  J'uli. and jiffirr.  ,  -       Kill tor.  KATE*" Oi* f-UEaCJUPTION.  One Your..  .$2.00.  AU coii-'imiicfitioiii- to'.Uie editor mu"t be  ���iccomp.iaiod b> the v.-riler's name und'address,  ���aotneees-.u\il\ foi imW.cr.u'o.i, U"-*t as evidence  of good loi Mi. Aclvcrii-'iiig; rules made known  upon .application. '  J=  SATUUDAY;. JUNE 25, ,3898.  C=Si  V>"XLh BVWWX COJ,. BAKER,  The "Ward-ier Tutor national, ono of  tbo most ably edited p3pero in tbe  district, has come out for Baker. In  tbo issue oi Juno ninth tho editor cf  thut paper so oiuarly, fiels forth his  view that r.'fj consider then:, worthy of  reproduction:, ���  "One, of tho poioiiilal oiomotitfi of  fiuccer-n in thin district al this timo is  proper representation at 'the Provincial capital. The Hon. Col. Baker for,  twelve years has represented this riding- That he is a mar. of-influence  and. a power iu the councils of his  jrnrty, his magnificent record boars  ample testimony. Today ho is one of  {���be most prominent nion in the government.' If is record stands out clear  ab an honbst oue, notwithstanding the  contemptible slurs of a. class who  Would assail honor, reputation, anything fo secure au offices. -Mitch of the  progress of East Kootenay has been  ttue to his individual efforts, and the  exercise of his influence in behalf of  his constituency. Although interested in portions of East Kootenay, his  Work has been fair and impartial   to  , the whole district; tn fact so careful  lias he been in this respect, so earnest  In his desire,to serve all calike, that he  has been  prone  to   neglect interests  - near Cranbrook and ,to favor other  communities instead.   So marked has  , this action been that it has given  rise  - to comment, and   in   some' instances  Unfavorable criticism from those  who  'are     residents    of    Cranbrook,    the  , Colonel's own town.  "And who is the man named to oppose Colonel Baker?  "Until recently William Baillie' was a  stranger in East Kootenay. Absorbed  by political ambition, and nourishing  a hope of   possible   success   in  East  . Kootenay, he came to Fort Steele a  few months ago and associated himself  with the Prospector of that place as  editor. What his career has been  there tbe people aro ' better prepared  to answer than ' any one else. Possessed of a certain amount of literary,  ability, totally lacking in judgment  policy or business acumen, he has  fully demonstrated the fact that he ia  unfit in every particular to represent  5\, district like South East Kootenay.  "To compare a man like Baillie with  the Hon. Colonel Baker is simply ridiculous. To place iiirn in opposition  to the Colonel is cruelty to Baillie.  Every man who owns a dollar of interests in {South East Kootenay must  necessarily vote for Colonel Baker.  He could not do otherwise and protect himself. And whon the elections  are over, when tbe count1 is completed  and when the result is a'nnouna-d Mr.  Baillie can take his little gripsack,  pack tbe same and neck new lields.  Jie has no other intore-st-** iu East  Kootenay and will have little cause to  Stay when his, political ambition is  hipped m the bud. Colonel Baker  will be re-elected.'-. If there had existed  finy doubt before; the nomination of  Mr. Baillie htts settled,the question;"  from the Columbia river westward to  tidewater, and insured its speedy construction by the appropriation of a  bonus, shrewdly granted upon' conditional terms. There is no doubt but  what Premier Turner is a true friend  of tbe Kootenays, and be is deserving  of the hearty support of the electors  of this district."  PROVINCIAL  HIS HONOR the lieutenant ���"���overuor has  been pleased to appoiut Chas. M. ha words.  Esquire, to be Keturuiug Officer for the South  Uidiiig of East Kooteuay Electoral District; and  His Honor the lieutenant-governor has been  plensed to appoint and declare tlie Court House  Fort Steele to he the place for the nomination  of candidates, for election to the Legislative  Assembly in the South Riding of East Kootenay  Electoral District. . . , 10"��  Baillie is a candidate for the Provincial legislature. Baillie also edit6  tho paper which is giving him his  support. We notice that Baillie  never overlooks an opportunity of  throwing boquets at Baillie. But then  it's better for a man to toot his own  born than not to have it  tooted at all.  The government should provide a  suitable jail for Moyie City, so as,to do  away with having to use vaoated  oablns and ceilara for that purpose. -  PKOCLAMATlOm  '    THOS, % MoINNEii  Pi'OviiiCB of British CJoluraliift.  VICTORIA, by tho Grace of God, of tho "Unit-id  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,  Queen Defender of th-3 Faith; &c.i <&ci  To Our faithful the Jlembcrs elected to servo in  - the Legislative Assembly of Our Province  of British Colinmbin, and to all whom it  may concern',���Greeting-       ,  �� A PROCLAMATION.  WilKREAS Wo havo thdught  fit, by rucI with tho Ad-  f). M. BBKBTfi,  Attorney Gen.  vice and consent ol -Our Execiitiro Council of  Our Provibco of British Columbia, to dissolve  the present Legislative Assembly of Our said  Province, which stands prorogued uiitil summoned for dispatch of business.  NOW KNOW YE that Wo do, /or this end,  flnblish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do  hereby dissolve the Legislative Assembly accordingly,  and the members thereof are discharged from further attedancc on siimc.  In Testimony   Whereof Wo havo caused  r.   these Omr Letters to bo made Patent- and  tho Great Seal of British Colombia to bo  hereunto affixed: Witness the Honoura-  '' ble Thos.  R. MclNNEg, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our  said Province, this seventh  day of Juuo'  in thc year  of  Our Lord ono thousand  eight hundred and .ninety  eight, and in the  (sixty-first year of Our Reign.  By Command, il-3  B. n.TYRWHITT DRAKE,        '���    ,  Registrar oi tho Supreme Court.  UHOS. 11. McINNES.  CANADA.'     "  Province of British Columbia.    ,  ���  VICTORIA- by the Grace of God, of the United  Kingdom, ol Great Britain ana Ireland  Queen, Defender of the Faith, <&c, Ac., Ao.  To all whom  these  presents  shall  come;���  GnEESINU. '   <  A PROCLAMATION.  D. M. Eberts,| -TXTHEREAB ,We aro desirous  Attorney Gen. J YV and resolved, tis soon as  may be, to meet Our people of Our Province Of  British Columbia, and to have their advice iii  Our Legislature, We do make known Our Royal  Will aud Pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province; and do further declare that; by the advice Of Our Executive  Council of British Columbia, We have this day  given orders for issuing Our Writs in duo form-  for calliifg a new Legislative AsseniDly for Our  itaid Province, which Writs aro to bear date on  the seventh day of June, instant/ and to bo returnable on or before tho thirty-first day ol  August next.  Is Testimony Whereof, We have caused these  Our Letters to "be ma>dc Patent, and ihe  Public Seal of the Said Province to bo  hereunto alUxed *. Witness, tho Honourable Titos- R. ilclNMBS, Lieutcnant-Goy-  eruor of our said' Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Oar  ���>aid Province, this soventh day of June-  iu the year of Our Lord one thousand  eight hundred und uiucty-cight and in  thc sixty-first year of Our Reign.  By Command; 11-4  B. II. TYRWHITT DRAKE,  Registrar of thc Supreme Coutt,  DBS; BRODIE & WATT,  GENERAL   PRACTITIONERS.  CRANBROOK and FORT STEELE.  Regular  visits to Wardncr,  Swansea,   Moyie  City and St. Eugeno Mission.  PROSPECTORS^-*^-  GET YOUR OUTFIT. AT THE  Moyie Supply Go,  Baker St��� N'ELSO>\ B. C.  Wholesale  Groceries "and Provisions.  FIRST class assortment.  LETTEK 0RDE1W 1'JIOMPTI.Y ATTENDED TO,  P. O. BOX 214. " '  CANADAJDRU6 and BOOK CO^  LIMITED', NKL30H, B. C.  Stalonery, Office Supplies, Walt Paper.  DEALERS IN*  Hardware, QrooeHea,  Dry Ooo^ Eto.,_ Bio.  QUeou's A-renue-.  aagwew*  l&0*IK, 8. ��  JOSEPH NBIDJERSTAJ3T, Prop.   .  Lager hoet sold by the ,Kog or dozen  bottles.  Bottled Beer  in Stock, i1. ���  Outaide Orders Given Strict Attention.  LAKE - SHORE  Barber Shop  ���AND���,  Bath Rooms  J. E. MUSGBAVEj      ��� ,   -   Proprietor  , "    JrfOYIE; B: ti;  EOR RENT  A five room Sotel 24-x  30 feet in size.   Apply  '6E0. EiASSETTj  ante  -oka-fii  Moyie- B. C  t ii in in Tirr*1- ���-"  DAINARD1& STEWART,  General - Bl&cks&ithing,  Miners' Supplies. Ilorseshde--  -   ing a specialty.   .   .   -    .   ���  MOYIE GITY*  n-mwtoi  B.  aaafr-a-  MOYIE afid fOBf STEELE  ftidll* Pa-JSongor and JPrelght aer-rico;  L.  li. CrosEori's stage leaves FOrt Steele lof*  iloyie TUESDAYS and FWIDAYS at  8 a. in. Connecting with the -Jtciint ferif  Echo lor Moyie City WBDNJS3BAY and  SATUIilJAY mornings;1  the steam ferry ECHO, leaves Hdyle' Gitt I0r  the head of the lake MONDAYS and  tuursdayb at 7:30 ti. ft; Connecting  ���Jvith L; B; Otosson's stage for Ftftt Steele;  Drugs, Patent  Medicines,  Bruffgietb1 euadrleii,   Mail  Ordcre  Solicited  C.EJALLBTTBSC0,  Hftsr* Feed and Produce  A large stock of Hay,   Oats  ' and Fresh Vegetables a]way's  on harid. .' Prompt attention  ���    given to rriail orders.   Agents  Lion 'Brewery^ Kossland.  BAtfER t?T. -      NELSON, fi. C,  ���IM n-,ii./��� u.M.i) w ill.,fc��.iMnn!-i��*jia�� ���r.n->w��-��-*l>  If You  Want Anything  i,   iNTHEDfctK^LLffEOft  ASSAYEES'   StJPPLIES,  ''Call on of write*'  '  Vfi P. TEETZEL &, CO.,  KELSON, B. C  ri-Si-a  Carry the largest stock of;  In West Kootenay, and defy competition in their lino  Carpets, Bugs, Draperies, Curtains, Matting, Crockery, Bedding and  Pillow,  -0-  NELSON AND KASLO, B- C.  DEALER IN  AHKInda ol  Tents, "Awnings,  Wagon;Oovers,  Sailor Bag-S,  Hasamocks,  Canvas Cot Beds,  IteLSON,  B. 0.  on*-*.  ioafc.  EOK FINE  k. Bran  (5        ��J  NELSON,  ���*���-  Baker at., NELSONrB". C.  Centr'aiiy iocated, and   first  Claas in all apartments. . . ,  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX,  Di&orporated 1863-,- ,  CAP1TAI/PAID UP. , $1,500,000.0(1  RES'P...,". :-..���....���. '-,"���������   1,175000.00 ���  i * "���' i  Head Office HALIFAX, K. S.-  t. E. eLenNY, Esq:, President,  D. H. DUNCAN, Cashier;  -t' ���  -t-%-i-  EICHARfiSON & PMDUE,   Prfips.  liHll il   ' i i*   fi   iT  The steam ierry 'Eciib also leaves Hbylo City  for the head of the lake dally (except Sun-  dayb)at 7;30 a. m., returning at 10 a. m.  INTERNATIONAL  LIMITED:  The liberal and progressive policy  'pi Hon, J. 11. Turner has turned the  Of popular opinion in the Kootenays j  5ind it now ruts^ almost wholly in  JftYor of the present adminietratiori,  Since assumiDg the leadership of his  party, Mr. Turner has displayed rs-  inarkable iateresfi in this district/ zidt  tonly from a publid b��t Privates Sta-^d-1  point, it is what He haa done for tho  district ac tlie head of Provincial af:  ���faiffi that causoo ; hini to be held in  high botceiii by fill fair mindpd itoo'te-  nfl.iaha.|| In tho face of tho most blttbr  liro'teste of the cppccilion ho lias  caused to be yp'tcd hy the Legislatj-yC  Aeocrnbly large sbinc cf rrtoiiey for  rotvXtA trails, c.-iitcatioj-al hxilitleoi etc!  THOS. E. McINNES.  VICTORIA, hy the Grace ol God, of the United  Kingdom of Great Britaiu and Ireland,  Queeu JJuIeiidcr of the Faith, &c.: &c.  To the Resuming Officer of the South Hiding of  Kast KoOteu-iy lile-Atoral Diitrict:  WUKiiKAS His Honor the Lieutenaut-Gov-  . t-rnt-r of JUritish''Columbia has, by a  l'rocluiniiuou bcarinu the date the 7th day of  Juuo, lbDH, beou j)ie��.aeU to dissolve the^ Legislative Assuuibly of the wa'id I'rdYihce; aud  u-hercos it is nacossary to hold. Elections  hrougbout the said I'roviuee to'till-the- vacancies caused by such dissoliUlou. We command  you that,- notice of the time iiuu pluco df JJlec-  tiou being duly given; you dp cause Election td  be inude; according to law,' of Olio Merab'��f- to  servo iu ttic LcGlslailve Assembly of the province ot British (Joluinbia for tho South Riding  of Ea'st Kooteuay Klectornl District, aud that  you caiiso the uomlucitiori of ��� Ciiudidates at  sdeh election to be held oa tho 25th ddy of  June,' 18SS, aiid do cause tho uameol such raem-  bcr, when so elected, whether ho be present or  abseut, to be certilicd to Our Supreme Court, at;  the City of Victoria, on or before fhe 81st day of  August next, the Election bo made; distinctly  and openly under 0��r Seal duly iiidorsed upori  tais Our Writ. ,  . iv Te-bt'mony W-jerso*-, .WO hsve oamed  those Our LettdrB.to bo made l-ateat undo  tee Great BorI oi Our gaid Prorinoo of  British Columbia! YfiuteBBj tri9 Honour*  ableTJioHAs R. McImnbbi..*!,-; Our. GoyerQ:  merit House, at Victoria; this Bsvontli  day of June; in.the year of 0��,r.JLiord pnp  thousaiid eight, hundred aud uiQety-oight  a? dbiiiiiiviuvii ..-;'.-        T    . ,-.,;. :        ii"i.  6. M.TtHWHITT tJlUEE;', ,.  fey-Tiatrsr bf the Siipiome Cbl'.rti   ,  Stoairier''inteihational'* tin Kooteuay Lake and River.  Stagie and f an6y  Dry Goods,  Clothing, Gents'. Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes, HatB and Caps. Stores at  N ELSON and KUSKONOUK.  ,, mi , ���ii.,rw,-..Ti-iiri;fTmiiiiiii����ii-��iti1ir,iii "i  Brauc-heaai-dcorrespoudontiiinthe principal cities In the Provinces,   UnUed Btatcalarid  Groat Britain, arid at Vancouver, Rowland, Kaualmo and Nelson. B. C      ,_....    ..    T...  A Soneral banking business transacted,   Sterling billa of oichango bought and sold.   Loiters of credit, etc;, negotiated;   Accoudta and deposita received on most favorable terms.   ���  a        ' dBOEGJE KYDI),  Manager Nelson Drandh  ���Bi  Best brands iri Canada manufactured right  in  Kootenay  by  the finii of  ffi81Mil.il lltl^i'   VANCOUVER; ViCTOlliA, NELSON,  Ginger alo, lemonade, sarsaparilla, plain soda* Byf^ps, J8/��1^  augosturaj ofaiige-'bitterB.  m t~a  Box 108, NELSON.  r\  r\  BR3SWilIl����  UUi  LILLIE   BROTHERS^  i-Bbv��i?cxA& SKci-tExAtet'B ofrjctcsi;  .:..: ,.,��,- .-, ,.;; I.;.,; .i.;;.?.o'thrH:p.y,, i?0S..,.'  f-.-HIiS HONOb!,- the Licuteijant Goveruor, ha.it  Veen pleasedi to appoint- tlio jviudermontiouec'  periwftsYo-teo.-ConwUrs'.of.iVotoiMii^dw^  -f>rovi(rtviniIOl:scction 1.6 cf tho'O/.cdiEt.nbuUor.  kxA, ma," TxatMtrt i'[ hi.mjiM ^r lie h orl  '��� Josi/jr-STIttB-RiTi 'Of 6o*ntM<* Vby; tiM. h -rU.  T-'-Jotrfi'JlaKt-'Ko'otoEay'Kl-'ttorr.) .Uwr.r r.t.-.    , ��.-.   .-..-jxipik cJAiiD...';.:..'.  In effect 18th Of May., 1898. Subject to  change without notice.  SS INTEltNATibNAL'.  L'eaves Kaslo at 3.*33 a. m. every,  day except Suriday; calUng at .all -way  pdintfs. ���  Ccinnect8 at Five Mile Point with  S. F...& N. 'trairi at 6 :-i8 it; iii;i arrives'  at Nelson ?;20 a. m.  LeaYeo Nolsdri at 0 p;. ih.J conliect.  ing'at Five Mile PoiHt vVitli.train tioiii  SfroHne'i arriving at Kaelo 6130 p. m.  Connects at Pilot flay 1-Hth. as Al-  berta for Bonnere Ferry strid ifeooteha^  riysf p'oi-Hto.  ',   \  _   ,;  teayeg kaiib. bd af rival f b! txk fi.'  train' on Qaturday ariu Tuesday- at  5:3d p. m.^ ify ihUtQdSyx&t .8ft; in.;  tblichihg; till Way pdihtbi; ConHobtfi at  Mdiiner-vl irkj-fy ivitH d. it. traihfl.  -^0-  ���BREWERS  0F-  IN KEGS  AND  Hdri'LEs;  AND  POUTER  ;   i    i    i  Orders Promptly axtewued t6.  R. Riesterer arid Co., Prdps.,  welsonSj b. 6.  So6^]l& ShoeJOo;  -i-?--;-  : .(Limited.).:;. ������'���'.'>;..  j^dRT ��irBKivK. arid wardner, 13, b.  ^SSA'fiM,  Mi&  9.zi  id,  T/hbiesklo aiiii Kctii.ll Bc-iler  .... ���   ..      -���'��������� ' ' .������������������-.���  , WHOLESALE DEALEM IN J . ,  tors afeS Oigasr$; Schlitz Mel PapSt  ��� ..^-*. ��� -. '..r-"-/'----r..--**7*.f*>v--***-vr-^  tm  8WBl.y.,|Bi| Itf-Mt M  f UCKETT'S CIGARS;  j wisLboJri' b, c.  ii'ljl' >���        v,       *'i ���' i 1  li ������?��� 'l   <���  !   "   ''��'���)}'-1 *���'    ��� r  Tho iibove hotel hao bbbn recchily ei*-  ������.rffr.J. *ii.<i .��� -|!:V   nT:'ij*-ii m   ��� JT���'r;--J-1  efto'd, arid neatly  furnished  thrcugh-  8iJif lliii doBSfertafe   Scorns:  yy ;, i,;ii*ij s!]-"ili'''l   v."*.11    '"-  The barlitj auphlied -with  the  TT. .       ..   .t,f..,  -*Al    ;;,, i   ,= -.      .!-,'-  beBt,. brands  of hquoro Jand  .WJfcjfA-'*     ��� "���' ������-'���.'������ X.  Headttnarieh for^MiningJMeh,  u Ir  '.���>,  \! -ri*( jAi''-, ^i)!"!1-- ni'......           Moti'/��''d��l.tf3i SWt^^n^p:i*denr��a-ir, ^m^Blioc^  ami Rutabero, ncick's, fjiove:! and braccc,.  ���  &'ri'l(fH'!f! f���!}e-j'<(Uj''.'ml  and city wittn, loahts. . �� r  Givi: oa a cALt.HiWfc.  Eeib fedd.:  MOYIE, B, ���'(.���


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