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 &QS&&, NO: 17  MOYIE, B. C, MARCH 10,1900.  %2A YEAK  BOERS IRE DfflOBAUZBD  Prieska and Kenhardt  in Rebellion.  FEVER IE LADYSMITH  15(jors   Are   Pursuing:   the   Course   Commended by the Strategists to Ko-  ��� Hlat tho British Army-  REM), CAMPBELL & CO-  CANADIAN  BANK-'-OF'COMMERCE.  ^   i  | Paid Up .Oapital,!"$8,0O0,O0O.  mmm, branch.  ^-<��p0gftjfiffl3?  J. W. H: SMYTHEP. 'MGR.  e  ��^lMjiiuiK.Cinci;mnuwwii'in'ini'm miwumwmmmwmmmmt  R  The  only   boutse   in ��� East   Kooienay j;  heflted throughout witlijhoisir. , **}  First class' in 'every  respect.    Spe'cisl ��  rates la boarders. , Good sample' roorrf, 'l  for commercial men.                      r-  EuropCan- plan',    Open (J��y and night, r  E. H.- S.MAlEr T'r-oy/  CRAKBSOOK, - X B. C,  Regular &Vaftf SSrviiftniJ M'e Uhaitfg  ifobm'^w'ith' &&(&��'��� ib'RbEtcs bettteoff  meaT'eY  earrfcttifrrWaSftfr S^MfrfiWarf arrd Mining Me&  MOYl'ii,  B. C.  As  Cape Town,-March, 7.���Nearly the  whole of the Dutch' population of tbe  'Prieska and Kenhardt diatricta are in  rebellion.' Many of the, Dutch from  the neighboring districts are reported  to have joined tuem.. It id thought  that tbe total number of man in arms,  will exceed $��109. The general opinion ni loyalist! is that, a strong force*  of British will be required, as a reverse  would spread tbe rebellion.  Tho recent British, victories have  had a wonderfully quieting efibct, on  the rebel Dutch, most of whom ale reported disheartened and aboui return-  ing to their homes.  Surgeon. Treves cables from Dady-  stnith that the state of' tho town - is  uiosta'eptoauble. There are jSOO cases  of typhoid fever.   ,    - *  Tho Boers seemingly are ^pursuing  the course commended by the strategists, and are concentrating to resist  the British main army. The 'lowest  '.'Stimtiie of, th��ir number gives ' the  BoerBirom 8,000 to 10,000 men, with  smaller bodies moving north and  south of the British lines.  'Ktttffman House Changes Hand*.  ' This week the Kanff'man house  changed hands, -Chas. Kaufimau hav-  iug transferred' his in'tarest to Mr.  Sten Hansen. Mr. ��� Hansen , has  given-a-lease of the hotel to Messrs.  N. A. MacKenzie and Fred Pullrnau  of Fernrer, and thesi' gentlemen took  possession of the house last Thursday  at noon'. Tbe name of the house will  be changed to the Manhattan',- arid in  a short tim'e"sev'eral improvements will  be made about the premises. ,  . Mr. KauSman has not yet fully decided what be will do',- but he may  go to tfte Philippine Islands. Mr.  Ifauffman was orre of the first settlers  in Moyie,- ami haWseeu the town" grow  from a few Tog shacks to its present  [proportions, rte Wr�� alw'aya reiidy  and willing to help ari'y enterprise  i which would affect th'e welfare of the  : place", rfud a' more' geffefou's and  liberal ma if never lived"' anyWhere.  Movie loses a" most valuable citizen  when it roses' Mr. KaufifYnan, and the  good wishes*of th'e entire' town go with  him Wherever he goes.  LOCAL  NEWS.  Thos. Christian  spent    Sunday1 in  CranWook.  D.  McDougall has   returned   from  Greenwood.  The new organ for the Presbyterian  church has arrived.  Ed. Small's family  from Cranbrook.  has   moved out  Rev. Alex Dunn was in kelson tbe  latter part of the week.  D. J. Elmer's residence will be ready  to occupy in a few days.  Miss Annie Cardiff returned from  Nelson Wednesday.  Chas, Fu'rrell is now.in San Francisco attending a school of mince. ���  'Dr. Boll of Cranbrook was, ��� in  Moyie on professional business Thursday.  ,, Westley Cline of Macleod is in  Moyie and intends opening a barber  shop. -     "  Chas. I��auffrnan, Ste"n Hansen "and  D. J. Elmer were in Cranbrook yesterday, '   '  A party of friends gave Mr. and' Mrsf  Watkins an agreeable surprise last  evening.  F. Clapp of the East Kootenay Bottling works', Cranbrook, was in Moyie  Wednesday..  The vaccination" of the school children is progressing slowly, only a very  few so far having complied with the  law.  J. Bennett of Fort Steele Was in  Moyie this week visiting with his son-  in-law and .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W.  J. W'.M.ki'us..  M'j.ws. Ileid. Campbell '& Co. anj  finishing the. upstairs of their building,  and intend using the same for' living  appiirtmehts.  The ataft'of the  LeSader was  given  an agreeable surprise" last Sunday even-  ing-by some 2(7 of the' la'ifies  arid  gen-"  f.lemen of the town.  The upstairs of the Movie hotel is  undergoing a general overhauling.  The bedrooms are being papered in  foucy design's, and a commodious parlor is being fitted up.  J. O.Drewery was in Moyie a couple  of days this week. Yesterday in company with Mr. Croti in he v'sited the  various workings of the raiu'e and was  much elated over" the outlo'ote of it,  Uanial Stsmpe*/ organizer for the  American Federation of Labofj vieited  with' D'. J. Elaicr between train's Mon-  ;day. Ho was hers' in" the interest of  organized ltfb'cf. He .Ife'ft for" Fe'fnie  the same dav.  IS  Talks on Future Operations of the Co.  THE  MILL] WILL ROT  Force of .Men will Bo Doubled   iu  April,  at which Time nearly 300 will IJo  i'       Kinjiloyed by tlifi Coiuiwuy,  James Cronin, managing director of  the St. Eugene Consolidated Co., returned to Moyie,last Wednesday from  southern California, where he and ��� his  family were spending the wiuter., The  salubrious climate of the golden ntate  has had an exhilarating effect upon  him: Not only^ this, but the work  going on in the mine during his  absence has been' most satisfactory,  which naturally < puts him in good  spirits. ,  When asked regarding the'future  operations of the company, he said it  Was their intention to start, the concentrator as soon as the work of enlarging  was completed, which would be about  the loth-of April." There are now 90  men ou the payroll of the company,  but as soon as the mill is in operation  this number will be doubled, which  will make close to 200 men in their  employ. There hi much outside WOTk  in contemplation, and perhaps between 4.0 and' 50 men will be e'rripioyed  at this'. ��� A flume Will be bu"ilt from  Wilson creek' to connect with the St.  Eugene flume, which alone'will mean  several mouths worlc, and the employment, of quite a number of men. The  Lake Shore compressor is being taken  apart and moved down to be , set up  again near* the one at the St.  Eugene.  A slight reduction ' has ,tfe*en made  in the scale of w"ages paid some of the  miners by the compariy. Macliirie men  still get $3.50 and muckers $3.0Cr per  day, but hand men have been redue'ed  to the $3.25 scale,- the same as being  paid in tbe Slocan camps. Contract  work has been discontinued.  ��**����  l;,KITIt;;priiiiriotof(  fc~Vr  '   1 /%:*yp'rili2 hold i'sjnbw open to the public", and lis wcil|(fiirn<'  > !iS%^h(>(1 throughout. None btit the b'ec'l brands of w'inesV  v , ^M1'^110" 'iiHl<i<g8i;-o kept iuorock.        ."       /. .      ���  ��� \<*$m    ��� : ''" ���������������: ���'l'" ������   ������ "'���    '������ "  ���fh'oA.". O. K'.M. Claim.  O. t'.  Sh'ankliu   has   arrived" from  Spokane and is preparing to' do assese-  ���men't work on the A:. O. R M. claim,  which is sitiiated on'  the  Movie river  about two and a  half  miles" south   of  here.   This property .was located some  -three y.eii'rs ago,' ami   the  worlt done  j heretofore has simply been assessment  iwork.   Now,  however/ Mr.StianVlin  .will not only do the reg'ular assessment  ;work, but will  take"' out  sevtiraV to'u6  of ore for shipment.    An assay of  the  :ore made in Spokane some  time  ago  ���showed that it carried, mineral' values  ;'as follows :    Copper, 1^ per cent; silver  ,35 ounces per ton; gold, #5.50 per ton  A. L. Kennedy   is into:ested with Mr  Shauklin in the prpperty.  lVi��S a Swfell Affair';"  Marked success crowned the Ball  given by Mrs. $a\g at>rth8 Lake  S"b'ore  ,'board'ing house last Wednesday evening. There were at least 2w couples' in  attendance," and  the spacious dining  'room aftorddd an  excellent place  for  .dancing.' The ni'ulsc was furnished  by Pro'r,' !<?'. J. rfighword'en' ,of Fort  Steele, violin ;'S. T\ Fox. slide trombone. Tliese wore nccorapanie'd ou  the  organ'  by   local   musician's.    The  ifloor was uniler th'e able   management  ���of Prol. b'cott, and he lookGvl after the  welfare of the dancers in his usual ef-  flcieut way. Ilefrcshnicnts in endless  variety and  quantity  were  served  at  midnight,'and they   were simply  out  of siiiht.  C- F. K. Official Here'.'  W,   Whyte.   manager oi  0'.  P'. B.  lines west of  Winnipeg, arid Thomas  Tate,- manager of lines  east 6'f Win-  nipeg,j were through   Moyie on  their  speotai car/ th'e "Bamsoliff," yesterday.  Their car w'as a'ttuched to' th'e regular  eastb'o'u'nd  paaaangef  train,  therefore  ; their fi'tay in' Moyie' was  but of  short  idurpJtion.    They  ScbS tini'e/ h'o^'eVor, |  to si^s up tAe new' '"'o'ta'fcion" and ft'a've '���  a Jl't'ort talk wfth' Jariies  Croriin  and .;  J. O." DVowery 61 Ch'e'S"t. &\igenoi tnine."  Mr\ \ty\i?tu'�� a'SteA'tiou  wa'3" 6'&Ued to '  thVsta'ti'bu'.'an'd lie'scid1 that the ritft- '  ter wouli! b'�� attended'  to in1 a   ^r.oft'  time and that Moyie v;oula be given (a  station that' would'be a  creoi't-  to   the  low'nV  Theory Versus Practise.  Practical miners are. not alone in  the business ol mining. Many men  who never held or struck a drill, or  shoveled a ton of dirt into aBluice box.  and who can't tell a stull from a 3topc  will speak very learnedly about mines  and mining and frequently throw out  a shingle with U12 legend "mine expert"  lettered upon it. Several years ago  these "experts" could' be found in  nearly every little mining camp in the  northwest. They are not eo plentiful  these latter day3. ��� Men who invest in  mineo are more particular in selecting  their mine managers then they were  in early -' mining days. They have  learned by dearly bought experience,  that '-book learning" while all right  enough as an equipment, does not  fully prepare a man to assume responsible positions in mine management. Ho must or should have ��  practical knowledge of mining to  acquire tho full measure of success in  his calling, It is true that fortunes  have been made by investors in mines,  who never Wung a pick or trod a  level, but they employed practical  men not theorists, to manage the  underground part of the business.  , Tf the whole  truth were  known ifc  would transpire that the great bulk  of '  tho mining failures is directly ' chargeable to  ignorance���to   the   failure  of  theories to answer expectations raised.  Any theory based  Upon  the  working  of a mine or   group   of   min^s,   may"  prove baseless when^applied to a different formation".    Mother earth was not  built upon any   given   plan , of   rule.  She i*r  full   of   /reeks,   and   theorists  never take freaks into consideration.  The practical miner   meets   anci   surmounts them and goe3 about his business  untill  he  finds  something et-ie  unusual  to   tax , his   resources.   The  theorist may build a theory from what  he saw, but it dies "a  bornin"  for  he  never finds a condition" to fit it.    Prac- ���  tical miners'  know   when   they - meet  changed condition's  oi the'   earth   iri  shafts o'r iri levels, hut they  can't *say  whether they will  make dr" brertk'   by  pursuing  th'e  change'.    A   Jthc'ofy'   is"  often follo'w'eot to flriarie'ia! ruin ; a practical   friar)   foilow's  firjly" what U  iri  sighil.   *f h'e'dry' arid pfrictie'e' iri itiiriirig  never trot iri trie saTrie' class.^Wegtefrri  Mining World.  m 1 iini rrnfi ���iMiVTi'iri" Bfinf-TrTi^nrf .  James Kerrigan &Co.  CRAJfJJKO'GH,   B. C.  Ash'  >M'm s'n'd1  fd're&n   J&ndW   Ware":  1 ccuseo.  Tho Aurora.  '; '.. J. ���    i- >i   --y >i ���   .-���  Development work   on  ot  w  nunc on  ,���f. 'CAMPBELL,   A. .fc.ktlitit  F^^Pfa^is^NeW-'aifrfwetiiicfniBlied .The I  h  i^|hVj3est:;Bran*.of ftto&tovti %n<�� OSgar&  '���.���'���'������      isriners tiriton X)!iuco.   ,.  : Ne.-it Friday evening the Eirsfc .annual biillof lbs Moyie Miner^s Union  will bo giveh. The various con:u'i'itteos  are Imrd a t work' looking" jiiter, their  respective assignments; Ticket^ for  the cvont'are selling' quite rapidly,  which is a' sure  indication   tbat  the  * I fufcndance'at the ball will be .good.-  -' '  1'.'  d'ciFtT ShowingV(��fl7ohruRi-y. _   v  1)iirin 1? . the1'. mop th' .of , Feb'ruary  Agent Siansiieid of the'a P. P.'. at this  pl.aci?.ef}ld Uc.k'eto. to   the  $253."20, find ^received  ambnut, of llotoni. .  >-���O" -  amount .pf  freight  to  tlae  amd mmmo Mk  ,;...-���..fti ft-'-s} y ^-.'��- ?:'*���* ;v~f, ?,,  KBITJfl'jf'rf COLT&niBJtA;  ?SS���'^��^��S��^���'e��e���������$^^����S��S�����^  Kv". (iii.lB3rc..0I.UJK *letare,  \;,-  ���!���. i  -It.-,   .'ij-i'.'   -iixsl'-*   ''.'  rn,od  ���&     m�� -i-Ai'' M-a-  W-m.   Mills -iturnpd  ;�����**��� ?S  ^' morning,  ar.u are no~; btopping &t in-=  Cezitraf hotel.  For Firo Pro��.ectlc>��.  The lire  committee  of the board of  trade   has   circulated   a   subscription  i   , ��� 1 ��� ���...   ,,t   . -.. .1. 1  1 .   1 -.rs.  and raised a fund for  the purpose of  purchasing  buckets  and 'ladders  for  fire protection.   A,meeting of the committee was hold at the  Leakek office  Thursday evening and it  was  decided  to  purchji8e   the  same  immediately.  iM. ,L.  Holliater,   blackam'ith ;at    the  Lake Shore mine, yesterday' pre8ented  ,tho'committee with .ii  large   tritiugle,  ;which will be used as n fire alarm,  !       ; Big 1.'io Contracts.  A. X3. Bremner and Caleb Ames are  getting along'nicely with, their tiapon-  ttac't.    They have  camps, established  nn the Moyie  fiver   about   six   miles  ;belo$ Mojle^and  already, havfe ovsf  7.000 ties Q tl't,"       ,..'.     1   '���..,:',,, '   ,  W. G. Batema" io 'also...taking Qu't.  ���iie'o near h'ic��� 'rarxh��� .���p'olov.'. tov/.n.ar;d  .-:iov/ h'&c several hundred ready  to be  turned over to the C. P. E. p  the Aurora  the west side  of   Moyie  lake  is going  st'eaVlly   ahead'.    The tunnel  wh(ch is being driven to   tap  the   ore  bodv ia   nov: in  130' feet.    Two shifts  are being worked, and at   the   present  rate of going" they wil'l'not be long  in  reaching tho desired  poiut.    There  is  every reason; to  beljcve, _th.it ,the  010  deposits on the west side  of  the  lake  are as largo as thoso on the enst^ side,  and if such sliould proyc to bo the case,  the owners   of   the  .��I-  Whifikey/ Wines,  Cigars,- Produce, Fruit;  Etc.,   Etc.,j   Etc.;    Etc.  OORKESrONDES'CE  IN'VtTlSn.  Messrs.  Kader,    Johnson  and   Sauburn,    will  Auroraj  -  ii .11  in  soon find  themselves in possession of  "a,'dividend'paying mine.   .-..  Important. ���   ,  ���'' .'   .*���     L    '        ''v.      '..������'   "���?. .���'��� - :  James Kerrigan .& ' Co.,   \Vhold3alc  grocers and general agents ..ot Cranbrook,^ have recently padded tQ4 their  establishment two. bonded warehouses.  One a local warehouse for native spirits/and the .other , a forigp bonded  Warehouse for the Imported, goods. ,  These people handle such S3 ..beers,;  Scotch whiskeys, bra-udiea, arid French,  and.Americen; wines, .M Thev hay.e , ajsp  ol  House  Lining  Cotton"  Any orders entrusted to th  ���!ceive prompt attention.  '��  �� -Ttfi&b';  1'  ������/  fi'-i  ��wij IV  i ^  i    i  ��� f  '"    '.  il  *  ".Ii  Z         f   ~  ���.vex\  '���       *''!?-  lu fi,'  -, . - , - '7\\rr  ,        '!M  -i  .'CO."   j-.  a W'  "I  too. 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'it'  ';t-  ���   i' ''j  ^            .^     T      V  n     '(     f    -     '  ;-p  <''!;i  i. f-  1.  i f>��  �����,<' :  ���If)  ��� f It  1 .u  'I' I  [  1  i ,  I  1  I  f  .' ,i  ,-��� i  '���'���I  !;<;-  'Bj "tfEATSEELEY OKESNEI,  fCoPTfishN ISP9. hT Wt&tfewlay Cb��sa��T.l  CHAPTER .XVIIl.  TITE RAID ON DC VKKR GARDEXa ,  Brett passed a busy day. Ho had important business to transact; at the admiralty, and there were other matters  that claimed his immediate attention.  It was evening before be'was again at  I)e Vere Gardens.  There he found a note awaiting him  from Mr. Fenton, hastily scribbled and  lolded:  Inclosed wire received this afternoon Kir.  tri-inx at onco to Mlnclie&liumVtoii Pleese  #tctp h��re.    W)ll wire yoii.  Brett hastily unfolded the , inclosed  tt leg rani and.read: '  In tho hospital ��t MlnchcntiRinpton Only  (light accident    i��ie:i��e come Mabkl.  The words danced before Brett's eves  He could only grasp one fact���that Mattel was still alive.  ���     ' "Thank   God    for   that!"   he   cried  'And then   the   fchonght"caino   that j.et-  bap's, utter .all, she was  severely hurt  True, she i!aid~it was only :t slight ncci-  dt'iit, but might that not only have been  intended   to break the ne\V6?   .And how  did  she- get  there, and where y,-ua this  jt��l?ye''  , He hastily consulted BraOsbaw, found  ibat the nearest station was Brins-  conibo, _��nd that the last trnin loft "Part-  diugton at '20 minutes past G. There  was nothing for 'it but to wait till  morning for Mr. Fentou's wire. It  might rel] him be was returning at  ' ouce with his precious charge., it not,  ho would start himself at once.  At   bshgth' Brett resigned himself to  the  inevitable   and   strove  as   best  he  could to get through the weary hours.  Bur do what  ho would  he could   not  f. elt-tip    If   he closed his eyes for r few  minute's, and foil   into a  fitful doze, it  was  only to -awake with   a> fatart with  the idea of 'something dreadful happening   10 Mabel or   that   he was fighting  with Keighloy Gates.  At last, afrer one  of these dreams, ho found himself hopelessly wide awake; so, finding tleep was  impossible, he lay with opeii  eyes staring into ;he darkness.  Suddenly he heard a noise iu the  bouse'. He sat up iu bed1 and listened,  intently. There,was a click and, the  opening of a creaking door. Perhaps  Airs. F6nton was worse. He opened his  door quietiy aud peered out.  Xo; there was a low gaslight burning  on the landing outside, and no one was  aoont. He waited and listened. All,  thtro it was again, and down stairs!  Good heavens, there must ba httrgJars  iu the house!  lie nattily put on some clothes and  then cast about for a weapon. There  wan nothing better than a poker,*and  with iiiis in his hand he mada bis way  down the staircase.  At each step he stopped and listened,  but there was absolute silence, and he  bewail to think be had been mistaken.  lio waited at tbe bottom of the,stairs  to; fuithei indications. Ho must have  been there fully five minutes before he  caught a sound, but ar last he was certain Rome one was moving about in the  dining room' Grasping his weapon  hrmiy, he opened the door.  The room wss dimly lighted by the  rays of a dark lantern, and afc tho far  end Brett saw a man busily engaged  with the silver on the sideboard. There  were a couple of open bags on tbe table,  and in them and around them he saw a  quantity of the household plate. The  man had his back toward him and did  not hear his entrance, and Brett wai  olcse upon him belore a creaking board  betrayed biin. Tho thief turned ronntl  instantly and faced him. Brett knew  him in a moiueut. despite his disguise.  It was the man he was looking lor, the  man he had seen coming from Keighley  Gates' rooms, the man who bad tried  to rifle the body.of Lady Florence AIos-  tyo, the man whom be Euspected had  abducted Mabel! At last he was fnco to  face with the t-conndrel. He bad him  iu hia power. With fieice exultation ho  raised his weapon.  "Hands up, you blackguard, " cried  he. "or I'll brain you!"  Tho man's hands mechanically went  uy aloft.  "Now, Dr Fir/.gsruJd, " said Brett,  "we meet again"���  )Je never finished tho soiironce, for  there was u bteulthy step behind him  {did a terrible blow on tho livnd with a  )if._- pro-arver, and he full bcnsc'less and  without a or v.  "Thanks, old chap, ".said Fitzgerald,  dropping hi.s unuH with a sigli of relief.  "Whoever would .have expected that  donkey'turning up here?"  "Curse him I" hissed Gates between  bis teeth.. "He and I ore quits now'.  But look sharp. Stow away what swag  wo have and close up. We musfcibo oil:',  Others may have heard, os. (T'J! go and  listen."  Leaving Fitzgerald to collect tho  booty and without bestowing a thought  on the inanimate body on the floor,  Gates opened tho door softly aud weal,  out in tho hall.  in an instant he Haw that tbe household had taken alarm. There was whispering, tho openiug of doors, and ho  caught tho sight of a figure on tho stairs.  Without, even giving a signal of alarm  to Fitzgerald, Untos run to the front  door It was the work of an instant to  ���jpen it, and in another ho wan flying  dowu tho steps into tho street. Here hia  ill luck followed him, tor he ran straight  into the arms of a policeman who was  passing.  ilis wonderful fertility of resource  uow stood him in good stead.  "Quick, officer 1" he said. "Don't  lose a moment. Murder and robbery i"  Mil he dashed up the steps, almost  dragging the policeman after him.  "Uo ou first," saiii! Gates encouragingly, when they silood in the paa-  *tigfc:.   "I daren't."  The   ji'iluoman   rirrw his   truncheon  und nimvd forward.   A manservant was  ''���j'-iiatiu^ nr the  uoltoui   of   the   stair?  ami uiyher up ;�� gioap of nffrightPd wo  men were haddk-d together  , Ar that moment the door of Tbe dining room opened and Pirzgerald appeared He bad heard noises and become  alnrmcd, particularly so as Gates had  net returned. In ona hand he carried a  bag and in the other be held a life preserver The policeman turned on,his  kuiiern Ftraighr into his face, blinding  him for the moment, and in the next  h3 leveled him on the floor with his  t-nncheon   emd   then   flung himself  on  INDIAN   MAGIC  lH��for��  Wondei-lul    Ft'Hl    fcrfonsiCd  (lie  l.nle l.ortl   l.jtlon.  The   loliuwinjr   btoiy   "f   Indian   mnjm  was   told   nit'   by   tho   lJi'i >.ni   h>   \\ hiuii  ! it   was   mid   by   the   J a to   Lord   Lytton.  .When in India, Lord Lviton of Ton sought  I out conjurers, but never ��aw any bin  ' tho usual fonts, such n* ii>- iTi:snn�� troe  | trick and tho baskot tiick. T!;e mot hod  ��� in each case is kuuwn. oi, at all ovonts,  . plausible explanations havo boon given  ! by Mr. MaskoJyne and othor exports.  ', On one occasion Lord I.ytioii liked  i somotliing in the looks of the conjuror  .1 who was performing in' the opt-n >p:u-o  1 boforo his hiuse.    After the o|iiiaary���o.\-  hibition his -lordship askod  tho liiagiouui  it  ho could not do smiiothinjj more mil of  ' ilif counnou way. 'J'ho man said bo would  I ir.v and askod for a ring, which Lord Lyi'--  i ion k-'ivo him.    He then reqiio��.io'il an <>f-  1 fuc-i   t.i tako iu either hand j��  handlul of  ?oi-d��.    One s.ort was sesame.    Tho name  THE   WASHINGTON   MONUMENT  0 pun-, white shaft upspringi.i^ 10 the liRlit  Willi   one   sr-iml    leap   o?   lioavcnvvjMl    k.icIiihb  tnislit,  Culoilv ��sahwt the blue i^i  L-\t.nnr,ii.>  Lift thou tbe changeless tjp? of souls thai ��o*J  Arxue the common dait of eordid strife  Into the radiant ether of a life  Sb phi-rued by tho vastness of cteniit;.:  A '.��.-ro'�� quickonins spirit lifteth thee  I'nto the skies that claim thee for their own;  In l!>.�� vast fields of light, sublime, jlone,  Hiv.li commune boldest thou with the \oiing day,  Wilii s-wiset's gluwiiii; bcart ere twiliitln &'&>'  Iluth stilled its (brobbins tires and with -iiro mt'nt  Tlut folds tbee softly in the sihw ligln  Of many a droaniinj; moon.    In n-.ajestj  Siiene, li'ntf ihejrieJl iwrno'ensbunul in thee.  Tboo do?t dcf> I'-e all destroying >iars.  Snnle with th>  btill rebuke'Our trjveti fpars!  rumt us forewi to the higheal lieixbl.       j  'Anl in our nation's peril hour? shine white  With thy mute witness to the undying poner  Of the hign soul that Ihes sbose the bour! ���'  ���Julia Lained in Sciibuer't.  UNCLE SAM'S,TUTUILANS.  - - i^ir-.-e.."- .rrr^^Fli  ���       island, the peorilo drink <���(���., . '   '��!, ==s=?=  ITncIe   Sam',   :i.7u0   now   subjom _ m , fj^   ^.^^ J ^      ^ o;,,,,,, ^, ^ ^r^r^  Tutuila,   obtained  through  '.ie   partiuon    acraiints for tbo driukYne rP-iP'��LuyI f'-^^  pose1 of  the  seeds  in  a 'certain   way ���1  think oii the low wall around iho Weil,  j i:'id the depths of which he was iu throw  1 the ii;iy:. All this was done, aud ihou  i tin- musician a.-^ked Lord Lytton w hero  . be  would like the ring to  leappoai.     lie  an^woi'-d "iu liis dispatch box." of  I whieh the key was attached lo his watoli  i chain, or, at all events, he had it Willi  | him on tho t-pot. The di?pat:-h bo.s ,\v.i>  j brought out. Lord Lytton opened it. nnd  | there was. tho rii){4.  !     This trick would bo easy if the l��iiti:>h'  ; olhVer was a confederate <>f ihe juii^ior  and if he pusse-->o<i a duplicate key i,i she  ,       ,        ���,     ,.,,        ,     ,    ,     ,        /��, ,    i di-'paioh b.ix.    Jn iliat oa-o he would not  for rhe was_ Ftill game, bat   the .officer j ^ow i!ri ^ hiU) ih(, w^ lnu ,W0lild  lake it into the house, open  the box :md  i in'ce.rt tho tint,'.    But this explanation involves enormous improbabilities, while il  W1 Oi exultation ht raised his weapon.  top of him.   Fitzgerald struggled.hard,  and tbe footman   managed "to hold him  down and,finally LandoufF him.  "Nero,"   said   tho  policeman   when  this had been accomplished, detaching  hit- whi.-tle, "you go to thb irunt and  b'oiv this."  , Tho .-ervane'did so, and in a few minutes n couple more policemen were iu  the house.  Dr. Fitzgerald, despite his eloquent  prote.-ir, was now further secured, and  ihi-s officer* proceeded to mak" invo-ti-  fcaunus The tins was lighted, and tho  first object that met their eye." wa- the  , appaieutly lifeless body of OajUain  Urerc Blood was streaming profusely  from an ugly wound in his head. "  "There's beeii murder here,"'cried  one ot the men, bendimr over him. "(Jo  for a doctor���cuick.    There's one at the  is unlikely, atmin. that tb.e co'njui-oi- man-6,  aired  to iiisoit a duplicate rin;^ into the  dispatch box beforehand.  Lord Lytton then asked the juggler if  ho could it-peat the trick. lie au.-iwored  in the allirnintive, and'a lady lent another  ring-: Another ofJieur took it,'with the  *oed��, as before, and dropped the riim in-  Ut tlio well., The couiuonanco of the juggler altered in the pause which followed.  Something, ho said, had gone wiong. and  ho seemed agitated. Tinning to the m-o-  ond ofiicci-| ho asked, "Did yon arrange  the seeds-'as I hade you?" "Xo,"-snid  the ofiioer; "I thought that was all uoii-  sonsp. and I throw them away." Tho juggler 'seemed horrified. "Do you think I  do this by myself'.'" ho said, and. packing,  i up. ho departed.  at  far end of the street.    Look siipp-ry, or i     The well was carefully dragged, and  be'll bleed todenrh, if bn isu't doarl al   ' last the lady's ring was, brought to the  ready " ��� surfaoe.   That ling, at least, b.-.d tertaiu,-  Tho footman ran off for the dnctoi j'-��' been in the,water. But had the first  and the others bo=ied themselves over ! mn- hoot, as faithfully consigned to the  Brett. .Thev tried to stop tho rlow <>f ;' ^pths.' Kxports w. I bo of vanous opiu-  ��� .     -j      ��� i   ".      i -,  , i   ,     i ions- as to that, yet   no nvpotheuis of con-  b.ood with   bandages, and Joo-eued the ( Mvi.^y flmJ 0J. .,  .^p,:^ k,v  ty  M]tf.  lhen they could | -^i-pntch    box    i<- ditficult. ��� Lnngmnn's  clothes round hid ueck. 1  only wait for the arrival of the doctor  He ioon made his appearance and.  nfCir a rapid examination, ha shook his  head. Ic .was a bad ca.-.e, he iaid, if not  bopt-tes?.  "���\VgL\   I'm   blest J"    said   the  man  who   bad   first,  come on the scene, as u  bright   idea   atrnck him,    "I'll bet tho  cove   1 met   on   tho   doorstep who gavr-  mo the information was tiie other one!"  Fitzgerald pricked up his ears.  "What'waa he like, oliicer?"  The policeman paosed reflectively.  "He  ran   oat  of  the  bouse  in   the  dickens of a hurry and  nearly knocked  me o^er, and then he   hauled mo in almost as quick, so  1   hadn't time to no  tioe him particular.   But he was a shortish   man, and  had  a   beard���ginger, 1  should say."  Fitzgerald's eyes almost started from  their sockets.  "And you say this man gave yon'the  information, officer?"  "That he did. 'There's murder'and  robbery going ou in this house.' be  gaid, and I followed him in, and then I  suppose be slipped away, as I haven't  Been him since. He was a pretty amars  cove, that one was, if it wad your pal  Is he shortish and ginger?"  Fitzgbrald did not reply. He eeemsd  overwhelmed by the newe, but; at laDt  he muttered between his clinched teeth:  "All riohf, Mr. Keighley Gates. 1  once saved yonr life and tonight maybe  you saved mine, so we're quits so far,  but you afterward rounded on a pal,  and, by the God above us, you shall  awing for it 1"  Magazine.  i ,  J, -M��;litiri��  tlie   Vnletlrte   I,<j��r.  j  * A custom at one time prevalent in Eng-  I land   and  s'liil  observed'in   sonle  of  the  'northern  district-; of tho old   country  is  that of placing an immense log of \u>od ���  sometimes the root of a great troe���iu the  wide ehimney plaec.   This is often called  the   Vuio log,  and  it  was  on   Christmas,,  eve l hat it   was put on  the  wide b-arin.  I Around it  would  gather ('be entire fain-  ' il.\   and'Its entiancu wa.-^ilie occasion of  ,a   giful  deal   of eeremon.\.<    There  wore  ; inu-h-  and   rejoicing,   while   the one  au-  I thnrized  ro light  it* was oblig"d  to have  j cl'-.-'.n h.-uif!^.  , Ft'wa-, always lighted with a brand left  |over from the log of the previous \w;r,  jwhir-h had boon caiofully proscrsod for  ! tho pm-pose. A poet sings of ii in this  l wjy:  ; With the last year'} brand  1 Light tlie new bloek and  I For good snccc=s in hi^ spending  On jovir le.-'iltrif-s l^'ay. v  That Fwer.l lock may  Come w liile the log Is a-tending.  Vulo log was supposed to be a  pi oi et iiou against evil spirits, and it was  i-o'o-ide.ed a had omen if'the foe wont  oat In fore the opening was over. The  )':���'-.:'!y, ami guests used to ��eavt ihem-  .-i> >'- in front of tbo brightly burning  i fii-e.   and   many   n 'story   and   merry   je.st  Th  I vfiii   rniin.I the happy grout),  HOW IT   CAME ABOUT  English     Probibltloii     of     SlnrrlHflrV  With a Ucoeuned   H'lfeN Slwtor.  This prohibition, which has caused so  much diseussieu in England,'grew out of  the ancient tribal law forbidding a father  to sell more than one daughter' to the  same man when the Uritou was erneig-  ing from polygamy and when t'oi^-l  shillings of the present money a man  might dismiss his wife or kill her if she  - would not go. As civil law it was to ptu-  tect tho livingwife and knit tiibeb closer  together by intermarriage.  ' When ecclesiastical law became supremo, a misreading of some So-iptme  text was used to put tho sister of n man's  wile among the prohibited degrees of relationship. This was the act of 1511 >'."2  Henry VIII): "A man may not marry his,  deceased wife's sister nor her daughter,  but he may marry his first cousin."11  While, the marriage laws of lo-li, have  been altered and amended and rewrilteu  until they no more resemble now the kiws  of  that  day  than  a  modem  locomotive  resembles a chariot of Alexander this one  section   has   been   preserved   intact   aud  reads today word for word as it did then  The prohibition is not known today iu  any other country.    It does not apply in  Scotland or Ireland���only in ICnghmd.   It  is   avoided   by   any   persons   wishing   to  marry  going to  Scotland   or 'Ireland- or  France  or   the   United   States,   aud   tbe  English civil law is that a marriage vatid  where   contracted   is   valid   everywhere.  The  lex   loci  governs  except   In   polygamous countries.    The'law  of   loll   is a  dead letter in England, except for t he religious  who  will  not disobey  then-  bhsh  op*, and it gives rise to no small amount  of   scandal   and   bitten   feeling   and    religious   rancor  when   Smith ' marries   his  life's sister in>Kdinburgh and bring~ her  back  to  New   York  to  live as  hi>   legal  wife,' which she is.    The mairiaire cm  tract depends upon  the law of Scotland  and  must  be decided   by  It.���New   York  World.  '  of Samoa, are independent of the two  royal houses of Malietoa and Tupea,  which have waged the troublesome native wais. This fact alone will be advantageous to us. The Tutuilans are  governed by their own hereditary chiefs,  Fulrnora, Tutele, Statele and Le Tun.  ciioh   of   whom   reigns   over   a   district.  ir-d ro Kinj: Tub  "QS re>t:iw,,  HEADLESS GHOST ���    --   ���           '       'l'"'- ;?a."?,{  An    Anpnrltion   That    Wleij, f '"be^Js^  Club In Indian.,.        ' D,�� %rV?$$B  Near   Uillsboro,   In   western   inrii     U^^  there 'is   a   ��rip  of   wild,   m, ,^gg^  {declaration that as he was drivit)? L-cj. LrU^^S?  ward the ghost appeared, nrnadV^ ��"<;frtfm|  huge   club,   and   began   l,ohil,)1>:i���' ,   "'^'UfelV  ^.  To b�� continued.  Forty BoIoav.  Just pity tbe householder -vlio  Mu.-t suffer now a l/i;ntv or two;  He ri'os up fmrn ht-(! at d.iwii  And h:istcs hii floated garments on  Hi" shivering frame: l.i.? lingors blov.-��      ,  'lb. t be may button up btJ rlolhi'i  Anl sorks to bat be, but nntliiii^ f!ow��  l-'retn Ihe piti licr���die ��-.it('r's- froze!  Thin eveara Iip Just :t liitb> fiwoar  Ar.'l <.' ombb", <\uwt\ ll-e fni-,!i- dt'iir,  l> ������ n =. nki upon I :- ho.ted I.ih-i-k  An J blows in vain .in |r_v lure-?.  Wiieri lie u-o'il J itart the kiteb'n fir?(  H-.it m.'il.'.'s no bla/e; in ha.sie and ird .  T;o got  the.kerosene he coos.,   '  Put finds', alas, the oil i.s froze!  .Now, st:f?. with anger In his heart    '  A^nin be socks tlie fire to start; .  I!�� whittles fhavings.nice and (ln��  Arid lays them in' symmetric line.  From t?;it his, pocket brings h m.-iteh,.-   "  lCs-?:iy�� In vain to scratch .and .sera I ch;  Ilis stiffened finders then'be blows  To warm���arid finds his breath is froze!  He'.Ieups Into the air. Mid neelis .  To fewuar; the frosty floor but, squeaks.  Tiioush ripened wide;his incu!!i, no word  Or Round or utterance can be heard.'  fie wavus his Rrrns and stamps tbe floor '     ,,  (\iid leaps and waves and stamps once more,  Ho wild hia nns'er, for be know3  He-cannot swear��� hia voice is froret '  ���Bisinarek Tribune.'  | \o.".l  flow's  FIr��t SnoeesH.  J Neal liuv: was 2~> yeai's old when he  j delivered 1-i- iirst temperance, speech. It  w.-i-> at.m anniversary supper of a lire  company to which ho belonged, and his  st:-< ii.ious opposition to the use of liquor  was effeclivo lo that degree that the fire  | coui;i.'i:i.\ adopted temperance as a princ-i-  | p!>- Later ho iiro.vtiiled upon the Maine  i Meehauical Charitable association to  j f. j re go the.use of wine at its annual din-  j tier.  I At that tune liquor was almost uuiver-  ' t:dlv ii^ed in Maine. One of the curious  ou^i'.-n:*- of I'oi-tland in those day.-, was  ���iu- ringing of the town bell at 11 and 4  i)'eli--k by way of warning to mochanii-g  thai it was time to leave work and get a  i i ,n'i. This custom the young leformer  -v. K-i-eded in luiving abolished. Then he  |. i-Mia.ied ino��t of the I'orfland employes to diiconliuue supplying their men  ���vi'h liipiors.  An.: hi-, first success Neal Dow rdt  thai teinper.-uH e was the o.^t important  . ���-.:u-~o of .ihe, age. -It was owing largely  ��� to ills efforts il'ia.l the YouugMen's Total  j Abs:.i'noiico society of Portland was or-'  j, giinizr-d, ' Its first, meeting,'it issaid. was  hold .'in Ihe counting room of ir*distil!ery.  Hook Pnbllshliif and  HooUsoll injf.  The old comfortable idea about a !?1 f>0  book was .that it was made for ahotsi 7.^  cents, sold'to a jobber for about SI. passed on by him to a retailor for about Sl.1'2  and then, neatly wrapped by itself, with  a pleasant 'lemark about the weather  thrown in. sold to a waiting customer fot  ?l.fiO, aud he took it home under his arm.  Today the same book i.s made for aliout  GO cents, but it is sold to the customer  for 00 cents or $U. nod it is handled by  the thousand, delivered to the purchaser,  and its sale is only an incident of a vast  traffic. More'books are sold. Where  0.000 copies '.vere n giddy success no one  begins to talk sales now much under  100.000, but the percentage of success h  no bigger, aud the original risk on the  new book is equally big for success or  failure.,  The practical result is that more books  have to.bo sold for the old profit, and ; ho  chance of a publisher gel ting a good liook  is no belter. The "standard classics"  have to be sold by the carload' to make a  profit. There are no stocks which soil  year after year. No one can afford lo  carry them. The fag ends of editions are  cleared out as "remainders." The $l.f��0  book that makes a failure, which was  once decorously allowed to die out  through the slow sale of 1.000 copies  over'a deendo, is cleared out in lfi or 20  months, and the able book which the reviewer assured you was worth buying  aud reading at $1.50 stnios you iu the  face after a year or so iu a pile labeled  "20 cents."���Philadelphia Press.  l horses. I'ithoud jumped out an.l ii.,-"''"'".'if P.prX-J  lienor, never f topping until he i i"uU ��� ^,*$?$  ' th* home of  Llnrry   Barton,  v,I.,, >..,.^t'^vi^PTsj  L'i"      ? i1      \     jh'"-'self  with'a   lille and   funiibla-J \\ te$$W#  d   K sT* <?J/*AW       bond with'a weapon.    Together ,l1P, ��� h|��ArM��  V-    ��� ,_ A       ^&$��       turD?d  t0 lhe ��ww ��' notion, m.J \iJw9)M  '  * found the horaes lying in u ditch. quini-fiM^-^'  ing with terror and showing eveiy iL<knfe��^��H^  tion of haTinsr'had a rouirh tim6. J^a*?SH  ���W!'���U STAY   FOR LVEi-  Tlic   A Utomubll.i   1\i,l    Xever  "in <eni V,'-*'���'fwSS&m  -i.tM.i.-tiMl..^   ll>..',')'.feyc|t. v '>.-*KsSI$  Manj-   -  d .iut   with  wis,. <l-v.scM.iliu,,-, oat'-p^g  no," you roniomher,  the \K\\  mdi  m:*m  o'cycle   nohe. 'the   bicycle   tin.-it  ! bicycle,  hunif/   in   the 'bnck,  a.-,d  otrlPer forms  of  what might >-, ,,  I Juno  been  t-laj-'^efi .as c>cIerit,->.  . atid  w-hat  s-j-ori   II  all' was  :,a-    ���. t.,^ .,.���>.���  Vwr,  Imrd-diKfiriR'  paratp-apliei    .-..sMS?  ih.t    lavy,      oonycntionul     t-.-jrioo...^r|M^|  with, bis feet on ulio editors ;���',,.,'��� KafiDgf*  j But days and months have o.. -.-.-��^6tox&  ! without either a new dis��-.)\o,\ <r^$PfM  ���an old recrudesrenoe. Ju fnci.'.d- -. &M$M  , the only thinjg Worth noticing iwlK ^gffl  i ly  was  the  sensationttl     a ttempi   t! fet-hppp  L,wo  New   York  women   tn   i-ivio     ���.. i.-^'femeri1  death, One of them came \crv i &\: {;��{W0,  1 dofritc it: the other .succeeded in ��'"'--^uirfi  ' ling; Jier pictures into all   the yeh-.v ��� JV.gj^j  Ir^fcryll  a ��� r-Coaxal  TDTCILiS flOMR IJKK.  tion of food. We may have a little trouble stamping out polygamy, still practiced to some extent on the sly. although no  uum lives with more than one wife at a  time. When he tires of"one spouse, ho  calmly packs her off 'to her mother and  tukc�� .another.    Although   ihe Tutuilans  Ish papers  However, mi odd item rairic )...,.,  up from the south the other day A fer^.Wp  friend of ours down where the wVo, pff'jfjf-r  and the sweet "potatoes grow bolh'U-: pgftjnfy!  LiiaL the cycle, liko the fnmoiis b i;- pBs'gejtr  that tho Jthxnchurian warrior mou; -.- ^^ftW6  ed, is fi'oinjg backward, scared out u- pl||fP  its fires by the complaints |to wind ^^f^i  ive Jmvc. referred and the rise of fc *��*--*'"-j  autoinubile. A year or two ago i'"  i-ouritrs- wns fairly bicycle- o.ad. .V .  Iho .people     are-   beginning   to  a/*;..'.-  can l.uihl barricntled war canoes holding  200 men. can throw up earthworks and I n'at��-->   ihe   real   worth   of   the    ���/;<VA  use firearms, they can be kept in order by    'Hie wheel   u<;ed to be a foshici N>  ndays it tal.es its place u.s a. j>\������.���."-  nut 'recreation and a sterliii;r t'.n'i-  rine for thosu alflicied with d>si'i>p-.&  or   tlio   uiiiliij-vriihs.     As   for   the    r,',ii  Tbe Comic Ojieni,  .Librettist��� I   don't   like   that   new  prima donna.   ?. ���  Manager���Why not?  Librettist���Her enunciation is so per-  feet that everybody will be able to understand  what  I   have  written.���Syracuse Herald.       ���      .  .        '  Hi-ntsi  lilif  He -Speaking  of'  your I'a '���.iiriieV  Si.ie--.Tiie hejir.  He���Oh.     yes  News.  I! imsei',  animals.  which   Ifl  of     eoill-de.���Chicago  Insincere  Prnlwv.  The praise you get is as insincere as  ������the applause given an amateur performer  | on the stage. There are always boys at  jsueh, ijn ontertainnieiit ''who sit, in tiie  i back' jt.'irt,' and make hots that I hey can  '"call her back again" when a,girl who  lias sung, 'recited or pounded a piano  | bows herself .off the' platform'. And so  I weak is j human nature that they win  ! their bets. The girl, called back, by their  j wagers goes a way with' heart swelling  ���j and dreams thai night of a trip abroad to  ,' eiu onr.-tgi! her ���'ai-f." And this dream, of  j gi-eatne.ss, froin which tlie girl never  I awakes unlil >-he- has ehild.ren '-|inging  I lo lii'i- skirts, is all due to roslb-ss, inis-  i ehievotis boys on the bnck meat's who hot  ��� i'tht-y can "bring her back a.uaiu."    Praise  i is tho same kind of applause.���Atchison  ��� (J lobe.  I.Ike ��. Gentletiutu.  i, A day or <o after Sir Laurence Alma-  Tadei-.'.i. U. A., had been knighted a lady  call��-:l upon him and Lady Aliiia-Tadetiia  and ospressed tiet~elf to him as follows:  "Oh. dear Sir Lauioaeo, 1 am'awfully'  glad to hoar of the honor you have received. 1 suppose, now that you have  been knighted, you'll give up paiutiuif  and tire like a gentleman!"   .   '    '  A Socceanful tlumlmc.  When Bnrnum's "Greatest ShOM' on  Earth" traveled throughout the United  States ou its annual tour, visiting isvvry  city of 40.000 inhabitants or more, it covered an area of tiearly 3.000.000 square  miles and even then appealed to a pop-  nation of less than 00.000,000. Mody  Ifamilton once told me that over 1)0.000,-  000 tickets had been sold for this show.  Of Baruum's autobiography and hid  "Humbugs of the World" and "Lion  Jack" it in said 1.000.000 copies have  been sold. Though not a humbug. Bar-  num was the prince of biiiubuggers. Ho  began his career as showman by exhibiting Washington's nurse, Joyce lieth. setting her age down at Mil years. Who  else would have had the nerve lo do  thai? He made $1..~��00 a week cut of  this piece of humbuggery. When .lotee  died, a post mortem pioved that Bar-  Hum bad added bO yea is to her age,���  New York Press.  The  Orator.  , Colonel Higginson says: "The works of  public speaking begin wilh Ihe audience:.  They imply contact; .they are. eb-etile:  they represent, a 'circuit, osinbli.-diod be  1 ween,innn' and man. From iho face' <.f  the audience, the speaker draws partly  what be says. One of the most luvoin-  plished women 1 ever knesv'"use<l lo say  that sho did not know which really  taught us most .about a person-to know'  ('everything that hehadevor done, to read  everything he had ever written or the  first glance nt his face. There was a  wonderful amount of truth in that' statu-"  nient. There is something in tliH personal contact which gives the power and  the advantage to public speaking."  a  .small  ganison   in   time of  threatonini:  trouble.     The    reputed    sava^ery^   and  bloodthirstiuoss   of   these   jieople  caused  their island until late years to be always  avoided by ships going to Samoa.    In for   i c.unpl.ii'nis,   well   let     us   say '  bo-,!1'  tnation    collected    by    the   misMoriarie*.. j Some  li^iM.r.iitt and   too,    enthiKias't*  however,   indicates  that   this   leputation j riders   iM:i\\lu>ve      loosened     iv  srtuv.  was undeserved.    In 17S7 La Perotne. a j somewhere in   their  anatomy, btr   "���  French explor��r, lauded off 1��ti!ila.    A i do not remember  iliac a specific c:-���  boat  containing 12 of his crow   wn.-< at- j of  any   oL the   forms   of   the   fancu'il  tacked in a small  hay off the simthwest j cyderiiis has ever been deinonstra'.-i  coast, and all were massacred by a trav   :     'fj)(J bicvele is down for a long ui-  eliug ptirty of natives fioin Fj.uhi.    The  place is still known as .Massacre bay. and  the Tutuilans have r.lwnys received ried  it for the crime. ��  The Sanioau partition addetl to our It���c  of  potentate  subjects   a   real   live  king.  who   will  probably   bo  treated   with   ilit  same policy as applied  to the sultan ol  Stilu.    This king, Tin Manna, rules eve:  the island of Manna, or Tan, as it i-  often called, the largest of a small gioup  of three islands.00 inilea east of Tutnd.i  Although Manna was classed among the  Sampan   group,   the   native   Mibji els   of  King Tui have always made their own  laws and have kept to themselves.  Their potentate, although a Christian.  i�� not permitted to walk, to drink water  or bathe in the sea. Were he to violate  this rule some dire misfortune' would be  sure lo befall InVpeople. It is said that  the royal families of Samoa originally  sprang from Manua. King Tui therefore prides himself on his blue blood  Manna is 100 square miles in urea, or  less than half the'size of Tutuila. Tan,  the residence of hi;-- majesty, is situated  on the uost coast. Manua i Nos like a i  great dome to an elevation of 2,(���(><> loot, ,  oporiunlty of distinguishing himself, |*��|j|s��g  ice delivered  a  few  short   lines dc- ttegwS  I it.    Not even  the clangorous and >^-  1 tired   automobile   can   drive'it  out-- illpL^  Ballon  Journal. PSM11?   ' Plflllr'  Glvlnjr tx Super a Chance. K&  This Is how a super, thus given an f|^JP  oppoi  oik..    _ .. _     -..���-,-,  scrlptive of a man being [ilclced up art- ^^||^  er si cab accident: "The hansom cal) fe^^^^  was picked up off the esplanade wltb ,^\;^^|  a handkerchief tightly tied nround U3 '^ 1{*^^  mouth. When retnovr-d.'lt was found  to he perfectly dead."  Still the manager gave him (mother  trial the following- evening:, when N  acquitted himself as follows: "The  esplanade was picked up off tho imn  with , the hansom .cab tightly tied  around his tnoulh," etc.    "s  He was sent to the bnck row again  or maybe farther. This is not an tin  usual sample of what the nverai,o ���>'  per can do. Naturally, therefore, in.io  ugers look nslcauce at training L/w-  Crlterlon.  "v'-^thi  "    l\ni<  " "at  .**, f:'  ���i     r  V .  OF THE  SOLDIERS OF  FROM. CAN ADA  THE QUEEN  V  ^ mi  v-^  I'rlnt'cra  Are  All   llouent.  The first Australian newspaper, the  Sydney Gazette, was published March 5,  KSOU, 15 years after the rise of the colony. The delay was caused through there  being .no'.printers ninong the convicts,  who represented every profession, including the legal.���Cincinnati inquirer.   ���'  Tin is one of the oldest known metals.  The Chinese have used it lu the. fabrica  tion   of   their   brasses  nod   bronzes   from  time immemorial.  The number of Buddhists U computed.  I* he 455 000,000.  Skilled surgeons, with their trained nurses and ambulance corps, look wen  to the.sufferings of Holdiera wounded in battle, tho Bad Oxoss Society has pro  vidod comforts for tho hospital,, but ihero are other sufieiihga,' which,��� thoiv1  not io fatal, arc none the less' torturing.  Long,.'walks make soro feoc, heavy clothing aud accoutrement causes e.haH��ff  and skin irritations, sleeping on the ground aud���.exposure : to all sorts.0*  wealhor brings on tortuiing, itching piles. >'  Against fheso miseries the soldiers have been well nrmed, as each cine cai  ries with   him a. box of Dr. Chase's Ointment, the gift of  the  proprietors of  Dr. Chase's Kemedies.  '   When  in  camp at  Niagara., London, Kingston, and other places, soldioirf  have bo frequently expressed their appreciation of Dr. Onase's Ointment t^H  it will   unuonbteoly prove of preat value to our  boys   in' Sonth Africa.    L*  Soigoant Wm. Johnston, TOth Royal Grenadiers, writes as follows:������'I��-''s ,nl  po.-siblo ior me to speak too highly of Dr. Olmso's Ointment for piles aud any  iiohiug o'r irritation of the ski.i.    It is simply invalnahe.     Many of -oor ��'tu  usoditji while in camp  in   the  hot  summer  months, and  received .excolle"  result all5!  Dr. Chase's Oir.tment is prescribed by physicians as tho only positive ci����  for piles.    It has entirely superseded surgical operations, which wore cruel, ��  perihive and painful.    1(, stands without a rival as tho world's greatest cure to  itching skin initations and skin eruptions;, 60 tents a nox at ail d&Jeis, or W  | mail on receipt of price, by Bdmunaon, Bates & Oo., Toronto.  sS.v  T,fSSsi  S^S i ~ ' ", f*v*i ft&izi, u  < f/ i^>i,l, -j, "' - ���  ^^IgiftB  MOYIE LEADER. ���  l(| (,,. ,* h'^i^; <&*.���''-&��� --:-=rr���   Mi  '"! ",,:��. c| fT-:"i;��f-X^.k'  ���ictioa^t-W    MOYIE,    B.    0.  ST  r^^PERT   PERSONALS,,  j* a  ^���v;-rjkffles:K- Koene is not merely a bear���  '"'ebe'j'^^big grizzly.���St.   Louis   lVrsl-Dis-  8<i |'/-pate:hi^  "  rv'-^D^u't Tom Bred feel more or less  ' hjdi5n, d.^ei^essed to see bow congress is getting  '���T ^Wtrj^Ionfipthoui him?-r��ostoii Globe.  0,;F(J'^||^E^��v\'<.lseley may a. leaM c-ongrnU,.  uf'''MU-t^'irlfilmWdf ou his prospect oi escaping  '" ''���'aisi'J&^'t'ti^Bitfalls of  hero   worship.-Washuig-  ]\'h* n!\^#:rfH|$well lhat TTedvors Bullor is a pretty  (1'1' 8!"J't WHir'mwivw as it stands. H< *s not niak-  '''���'���    bv\\mti&$ticfch of a  bigger'one Cor  himself.-  THE   ROYAL  BOX.      ,.  When he was a s<hou]l,<,y at Onssel, '  ihe <h-imau ^'ripei-or gainei! di^mclion I  I'm-olio thing :u least He waj tl.& worst I  diest^id boy in the school. \  The king of S'-ivin. Alexander I, is the ',  pooiest potentate in Europe. His father. !  Milan, inherited S4.00O.O00 from bis  .grandfather. Milosoh. v,-ho was n hog ;  raiser before he became king, but Milan j  squandered it all. i  The birthday of the Princess of Wales, !  which falls on Doe. L is ahvajs spent at .  Sandringham. with only her imtnedinte :  family about her. Her husband aud ch!l- |  dren take great pleasure in planning sur- i  prises in their gifis. The prince fre- j  quently presents her with a valuable ani- ;  ma I.  The czar possesses the largest Danish '  hound in existence. He has made a pet <'  of this creature and places ,such confi- [  deuce in its sagacity that he dismisses ,  any servant to whom the dog takes a,dislike. The monarch concludes that the .  hound's aversion indicates that the man,;  i.s a probable enemy to himself. |  ,;  Fr      #fri����m4parties   just  1 I-n-:a:.fe-Gf'.^fchronie)e.   '  " r^f^MS&iarv   Klien   Lease    has    shifte  :;fic#rSiS^ ��"' Mrhunlisin to soilln  .,:,a'''^lir��gfegKije��-.    Mis-   Lease sf'erns ,t} l)  '"IS   1. :V-.',1,r<7*J?IS!Sfc.   ,  h..il,er   hhe   doal-S'i  e,��� ^nm^Mm^ deparlme;,t:;'riero's ,o your  6.  |^f^iW:"-Cleveland  Plain Dealer.,  ..    I^RCinlilZING SUSPENSE,  -"'i-W'irWerHW  I.. .   =.  ,��-Tt,iArf*5w,'  le    Situation  JfSt. Vincent   Lady.  of   a  FOR INFLAMMATION OF THE  EYi'-S.���Anions the manyrgood qualities  which' Pannelee'.s Vegetable Pills possess, besides - regulating t e digestive,  organs, is their ellicacy in reducing inflammation of the e.ves It has- called  fort i many letters of recommendation  from tnoho who were afflicted with, this  complaint and ,'found a oure in the plUs.  Tlrey ufleet ihe nerve centers and the  blood' in a. surprisingly active way, and  the result is almost immediately ^n.  "        A Dtuner In n Scrtiifllo.  We seated ourselves on cushloas;' and  each took possession of the tlat piece  of scone which supplied the place of a  plate (hiring ihe meal, those'articles  not being considered a necessary luxury. In ihe center of 'ihe table stood a  large bowl full of white soup, from  .which everybody ale, taking as many  "spoonfuls as they chose from the com  TAKING  THE   REINS.  Star Poiuter ami Guy W.Ike.- have artificial pasture all while;.  I'  is said  that Seth GriUm will build a  at  '    "oltiug track near Leiidoii.  Ix .ico, 2:lo%, by Fatcben Wilkes, is  the - leading stallion ,at�� (Jesuit Kline  Helle, Berlin-  Secretary O- M. dewett of Leadviile,  Mass.. has a green y-year-old by Pedlar,  2:lSl/2. that he has driven a half iu 1:1L  AuTt-aiu, 2:107i. iveeutly heal M-'ggie  Lass. 2:14%: Miss Bowcrpiau, -J.211/i,  and others nt Bovigo. Italy. J4i����i tune,  2:21 1-5.  Biohbal'. 2:12VL.. the famous old "���white  faced pacing pony,"' i.s in Nick Bonner's  stable'at Minneapolis The old champion  is as chipper as a 4-year-old  The Trotting Union of Prance has made  overtures lo the Naiioiwil 'Hotting Association of America for an agiecmout involving reciprocal respect, of penalties.  Idavan. 2:B>!/L'. is not yet dMin-ruisbod  as a sire of pacers, but there is a daughter of his, owned by Mr. Ahem o( Shu-  bert. Neb., that is a wonder at the gait.  F. T. Holder of Yonkors. N. V., who  recently bought 'hue .Ghime'i. 2:1~14  'half mile to wagon in 1:02^1. of A. H.  Perron, Buffalo, is driving him, to pole  with Master Chimes. ���"  Lute Lindsay and setcral others have  leased a 40 acie tract near a siuet car  line at Spokane. Wash., and will build a  live furlong track, with buildings, in nine  for a spring meeting.  Gold King. 2:18, who-has been performing in .England as a guideless wonder, was recently put up at auction in  London and withdrawn, as tbe highest  figure offered was $2,425.  It is noted that John R. Gentry paced  'ia 2-.02Ti at Highland park. Detroit, the  lirst week in July,and in 2:li.'P/i at Los  Angeles the lasi week in October, and  these wen- the first and last miles below  2:0J made during 1S0U.'"'  A Vancouver  ���Permanently  Cured of   Catarrh  , ���After 12 Tears* Suffering.  ;'   JAPANESE  CATARRH  CURE ,GURES.  '     ilr.  Thos.  Crawford,  Sargeanr.    Vancouvei  ! Police Force, writes: ,-l have been a great sat  ft-rerfrom catarrh, which  I  contracted  over  17 vea'rs ngo in Winnipeg.     I tried many so-  eahVd   catarrh   cures,   consulted   physicfans.  ! catarrh specialists, and not one of them gave  1 me more than a. little temporary n.-lie'.   Aboui^  ! two years ago I tried .Japanese Catarrh Ciii'e^  * and since completing   th|3   treatment I have  1 been permanently cured.    I can highly recorn-  j mend tt���the iir&t application relieved."  i     Sold by all (lrusgM*. '"' cents. A free sample  I sent  to any  person  suffering  from   catarrh.  I Eik-Iosc 5-cent Mamp.     Address, the Griffiths  & iIacphe.sonCo..iai Church street, luronto.  I THE JEWELER'S-ART.    ���  tUnt $*^ WT**4tM JKaS <ff(^ ��&ns  LA  KHEDIVE AND  RED GROSS  ! Flower bowls, with their latticed tops,  i come in exquisite china and ornamental  1" silver.  A magnificent diamond corsage ornament represents a spray of wild rose-  leaves, blossom and birds. The flower it  effectively mounted on a vibrator, a t-tyle  increasingly' noted in finest jewelry.  , Martele work remains the laM word in  si'rver. and its field estends from r-ai-c-  for jewels, hollow ware for the table,  magnificent vases and other decorative  objecis to cigarette and match hose.-, and  tiny 'boubonziieres. ',  Flat topped gold sleeve links with a  handsomely eng'.aved monogiam will be  n-oo-rnized as fiiute the correct thing b'y  a conservative dress<-r. In scarfpin.- the  peai I is nlways safe, but tifti-nor some  tiling handsome, odd ��i" unique,is piefer-  led.��� Jewelers' Circular.  '-'' "''"^^^SSSWlwing his family physician pro-  !':,t- :,,raBl��BffiSkMr.-. McCullcugh to be suffering  ��al    ���-���.' iw^r^OT incurable cn��3 of Xonnirthc-nia, or  spoonfuls as they chose from the com- ckKTAIN,   PROMPT,, ECO-  ���mon   tureen   with   the   long   handled I N0MI(J; _ iCe(.e   Ui\v  aujeotiv^ apply  wooden ladles provided for each truest, j with ,ecul:ar force to Br   i hoiuas' K.-lec-  ' s was removed, a large piece | triouil-as aodard ex erna! and i-'^-rnai  :5,cd  to  rags took  its place    remedy, adai.^to U, -^ -^nre^f  eedily diminished uuder the . ,llIettiooso'f the breithmg organs, kidney  .'.' .   :.   ..,.,.,.?,.,.,!   r,-n,,<   i>c    -_  ..li...,   ..,-.,,.^i i,i,,,i^  nii'iM'Limpness and  When this was removed, a large piece | trielUlM, ****** �� Slf^d U��� S  of  meal  bo  and was spt.-i:u��ij un>>.����.-����.> --  laneotioosoi i���� uiunumft u-^"  -,  violent  treal'ment  it  received  from  us    troubles, exeorutions. s-ores. lameness and  all.  each  one pulling a lump of  meat j physical pain  from" the  joim   with   the  fingers" and j  eating It off with  her own flat scone  '  Are positively guaranteed Puie Havana  Filler, and will pk-a.-e the most  fasiidiouo smoker.  The yearly increase of sales proyes an  ,    appreciative public.     Mann-  faetured only by  GEOf F.   BRYAN   &   CO.,  ssr x 1st 3xr 11> rc Or.  SIauuf��ctur��tl  by THUS. I.KE, Winnipeg.  I        THE .  _    _  ! NATIONAL  LIFE OF CANADA  ! issues n Pollc  N<'W to Insurer*.  i Tnko'Onc Out Now.   ���  Nares, Robinson & Black, Managers. t  Pct��;r UlckHon, A(i<-iit for ,.<i��a.  uod N. W.T.  i       WINNIPEG,  MAN.    ,  ��� -    - , .,       .  .   j     'n>e   invest igatioiii.' of   Vito   lo   Uos-  Wo then had a curry of vegetaIdea, fol   i ]tai,!in  hMijenist.   show     that  e  veil  .'"'"''" f'V^higW^recommcnding L -._ - ----���-- -  .    I-*'. ��� 'A^TcnthyEilte. nbout this time, and decided to  . I^H'tryiUieai.   Soon a change for   the   better  me  r. a ��� N'^caiiieTard d iy by day tlie patient improved,  r (ilv   I ft-*JSUU?fa^ she is as well, strong, and vigorous  i   u.i>   A ^ii-- .'oisPS,-..^ ,..nJ   TTnTT^pnvnr-v i-dun entirely  SBrFAinold's English Toxin Pills are sold  pjESU druggists, at 75^ a box ; sample sizo,  ^or sent post pa d en receii-t of price, by  TArnold Chemical Co., Limited. Canada  ' Building, 42 King street \v��.sl, Toronto.  NOT  TEARS  OF   PITY.  ilven an  himself,  MUtitUe  ot  tin?   Strmulca rlY��fSC-  tS bin's Lire.  jSS'i^^i es,"  said  the stranded   tragedian.  r#Slfam a member of a good family.   Ap-  W&6i. ...-.,. ,   i udmh, but     ith  me' as It  K^Dow. I am n victim of circumstances.  [Jive, been deceived, robbed, by those  fimi 1 trusted. Far away in the east  ^e Is a sweet little woman who  |ts aud watches, and at night be-  they go to bed two tender children  1 at her side aud pray fur their ab-  jmJSSbI papa,"  gfSlie  lady   iu  the  doorway   used   her  m|itWdkerchief   vigorously.     When   she  <***��&*> lUlishcd( Junius Brmus  McCrack:-  omid i!3  is found  another  vheii I'fl  ,.   ..Tiie  ho man  tly   tied  v again  t an un  rauo si  re, him  ��� L/w.-  jf^jajjst uieii, uowev  ' ^IferaKbentl lino bns'.nl  /j/^theirsi-eil girl had  EEN  Jons drops!   Kind soul  it then, however, she emptied over  lful of dishwater that  , ^^��^..,��-.. K,.. ...ii. passed along, and as  r #JhKsputterlng, turned to go she called  V^ttrasB blm:  ���:-\fM$'i :u,vlse S'O" not to let a few tears,  5    '%mjre or less, encourage yon loo much  ;    ;&*at^jpiis time of iho year.   The hay fevor  " 'Vpeas,on,   Is    now    upon    us."���Chicago  "  "^Tlnlfs-Herald.  �� a<Sf At Bny.  ,\   t\Mr. Meeker had stood It longer than  vtfBunl this lime, rind ho derided to tts-  -^ serj*hhn';clf.  \l "'jMy 'dear," he said to-Mrs.  Meeker  n& she paused for breath, "if there is  r,a\nyMn:th in this Idea of reincarnation  ^Ijlcnon- what you were before you be-  \       ^Ctttne   a   human   being.     Von   were   a  ^ i?'*P0\\ der mill."���Chicago Tribune.  'VM-*'  J, '.W-J  lowed  by  the Zagazig  pudding.' fruil j  aiid rice, called so from anative'of that  village'having brought the recipe to the  harem.  Our meal was concluded by coffee,  made in a corner of the room over red-  hot charcoal in a copper pot and poured ' thick Into small glasses titled' In  gold tilifi'ree cups- The lady who made  this rather disagreeable beverage .was  the same who h.id removed the center  Wishes during dinner. She was black  as a coal and bore the delightfully descriptive mime, translated to us, of  Lily In the Desert ��  Sure of It.  Mr. Crltnsonlieak-Why. the greatest  "liar that ever lived was a woman'.  Mrs. Crimson beak-It was nothing of  the kind: it was nnian.  '   "1 say It was a woman, and her name  was Anna Nlas.'' ,,    ,  There are oases of consumption 60 far  advanced that Blokle'sAnti-Consumptive  Syrup will not ouro, but none so bad chat  it will not give relief. For coughs, colds  and all affections ot tho throat, lungs and  ohosc, It is a specific which has never oeen  known to fail. . It promotes a free and  easv expectoration, thereby removing tne  plifoguiT aud gives the diseased parte a  chauee to lual. .   liionerateil. ���'  I told you 'bout my Uncle ,1im���  .   "T-Aas scvi'ral  ��p.irs apo���  Ot liow you'd ou^liflo go to lilm  Fur tilings you didn't know.  But you waa obstii.ale an stiff;  You snulibad him once or twice.  Uc would liavc B.i\ed you trouble it  You'd abked fur bis uiKic*.  He sought witl> several warnin erreed*  To e.itch the'puhi'c c>e.  ppscrilon all oui humiin needs.  An sinned ^'o^ Populi.  He sbowt'il 'oni ��l "��l "i*.v ljfll1 t0 dreaiSi  'they eidn't ser.n dlstnayod.  The publK- Kitnp'-J   wont ahe.ul j  An r:dml.v dUohoved. . j  1 told tilm lhat bo orter gtx'  tliSM-lf a shiny hat  An'blart to (eoih.:-, up a hit.  To look rnoro sh'ok on tat,  Dul he.ki-p' Iv-i'-'"'1 a"'di'  An studybi a lot.  An when lu-'d said Ills little say  ,     They smiled an then forjjol.  So Undo Jim. be ain't to bl*in��  Tor all these doin's now���  South Mt|lJ wllh tkics aanmt- '     .  This filipino row.  I'm \er>  r.i,��-h iiiolinud to say,  Whcn'sUiis of pcat-o K^'-.v dim,  Folks wuuUlr.'i be so sUeered   .' they  Had minded Uncle Jim.  -Washington ��*r.  Kc Cnllfd ntmielf n ��t<?toor.  The Rockv Culch cowboy who broke  up a show in thattown by shooting at  the actors called himself a meteoi be  cause, he said, he was shooting stars.-  BnfXalrt K��wb.  co,  an   Italian   h\  \).\{:oi-  and  tajiesl  w,\l\  covermp"s  in  hint's -ire favorab'.e to tne ]iresi:.-va ,  tion of disease get ins.'' On the other j  hand, ' walls  covered 'with   stucco     or i  ���nod van1  jdi can not only he renclily  ireod from forms by washiny, but  tliev possess the properly, of cleaning  "themselves ppnu^Mh-ously from bacterid iode;r-;l 'up'on ;hem. it has been  found that she ityriu-, nf t.yphoid, of  cholera i:w. ru' pi-.emnonin, whpi.  pl.t red oi, M!"h 'walls. p-:rish within  ���M   h.-.'--,   v.br. ���   '..u       n-AHs   .covered  .vito  Wl '������>'  hit'' ���'  i.'.-ie'l  ;.|.|i     .-Vi  :<���     ip.ey   survive  i-evii! .-��� l'...:i|>:  ,.c !  MINAPJ)'S LINIMENT'Cures DaEdrttf.  Tlie Place Kor It.  ' "Well, geutlemeu." remarked tbe  president of the club, "motions are in  order. I* has been suggested that wc  have a banquet. What shall be done,'.'"  "���Mr President." spoke up the man  who was seldom heard-from. "1 move  we dispose of It by laying it on the table." The motion was carried.���Phila  dolphin North American.  On a Camel,  The sensation has been likened to  that which'would be felt by mounting  a. stool placed on a springless can driven over a plowed field. .1 found' it all  that and more. Next'to .walking barefoot lu chains, riding on camel back is,  in the eyes, of the Moors, the worst  degradation they can put upon their  prisoners.���C-roy's "In Moorish' Captivity."  Hotel Balmoral, I'tts^F^otz.  LDCM. STEELE & BR-SrTQL.     ^V^?^.  '   Importers of Grot-ones    o    l.s.A: B. Extroctt  Wltte aS   Hamilton. Ont.       1..S.& li. .^plcus.  Catholic Prayer Ss^s^  ulars, IMigious Pictures fctntuar.\, and Chard  Ornaments, Educational Works Mat orders re  <���< We prompt attention. Jj^] Sa-JIicToi LO. il0;ilf83  J.   D.  0'BRLl��$f.   .  HBOKEB   IN  Grain, Provisions and Stocks  Prtva e W-re Connection w'l:h a I Leading  Markets. Grain andSecur'nies Bought, Sold imp  C rried n Mirs m. C r. si>o deuce isoncrbrd.  Pr.vato (Jvpher Code Puruislxid upon Appb ft-  tion.,       ' ���  148 Princess St., Winnipeg, Man.  '      V: O: DKAWfc.Il VaUl.  PJNVASSERSISS^  %J South Afi-Icrvff ur books  In o&O,   '����  J>,vIKbt I.. .MocKly. the Man ��od  HI*  SIl��sir,ti. Buih leiisblp woik.����.nrl i;����.uttfuii|  Ulii'-f.a-ed; rehash of old matter like lomt tt  the h ,.i,ks olTcre-l tor sulc. Prices ����> wJC^'  termi .-xtra hb ral. Proyppetus of first Boo*��,��.,  of second ho >i: 3.-.C.. nr bwth for 75c, anient f��-  fiiu.led with lirst order f.T fire book*. Wllll��.��  .JJrljrffs,Methodist Book 4; Pub. Home,Torttttfc  HIGH  GRiVOE   PLOWS,''SEEDING   MA.?HI'J��.  tnr iniri-h,   Wauons,  liurrows,   WJminiills,  ic.     COCKSHUTT   PLOW   CO.,, WiD-.ipeg.  ODORLESS  CLOSET.  BO KOr PA? GASH I  ��� IMllll���     I*     llMIIIIIIIIK ��� !��� ����� ���tT-|l ~|-|~-|T'  Pay in SCRIP for Dominion Lauds and  Save 20 per "Cent. Discount.  For full' information apply to  Allowav & Champion,  " . '.then ik--t'for over two year3 this dose      RANKFR3    AND     BROKERS! heu-nie so popular that the in.-Jiiufaeturers hara  tS/VINivJiX'iCi   ^v-^ij    u ^^ri.j^rto.1 ^^ _ ^ (ioui.'I= their v urpuc ia order to tnoet th��  Winnipeg. I demand.  _    L *,      rfri,���vr"i'li'VN'RlVl!l     '    Voi-Catalo'iup mid prlop lint write to  %^wyA^r^hA^AB.SK^FRi'THE   ODORLESS   CREMATORY    CLOSET , CO.,  CANADA  in   Manib.iia ��>,- tin-We-si. ! HAMILTON. ONT.  i This vew and nv st useful invention haa not  i onlv i.roved to In.- a irrcaL seller, but o boon to  1 h'uidi-ods. M mv nioiiical men are eshiK this  ! -eloaet. and all pio muiice it ab^ -uitely odorleas,  ! ami siinitft-v hi every espeet. After behiK In  ��� the n ik--t'for over two year3 this closet'hes  A CLKAli, He.AJ.THY .-K N.-Ernp-  tions of the skin ai.d c e blotches which  b endsn be:iut.- ar- the ivsu c of iiupure  bloou caused b>- nun althy .xtioi < f (he  Ll>er -n - Kidn y-. In ��� omctieg this  unlienlthy a tion ��ihI res orini,' he 0 gans  tu their ������> rai 1 con.ii.loa, .Pin-melees  V, gc-nble Pli s vvll. at th.j same time  cleanse the bb-od, ��iml th-'. l�� o- his ana  iruptiucs wid uis.ippeitr without living  iiny trace  An   1 njil ������"���ii-   !-<,'ii-t..i-H','��.  n. is well known that miss-ioenrios  in I'h'iti.i do a erreaf rien.1 in the wny  of i\llevintir-y suffering uinoim: ilru-'e  \vhn K'miot obtain tlie service c? a  doctor. Quite recently a ("-li.^o.mnn  lost iii.-- sicht, one! some p^!n|��.;;i.p;ic  1 neiirhbors cm me unci enlisied the service* of a locul miss-ioiiury in lii?  behalf.' Tne missionary found his  'patient sufierinir from' wtar.ii-t and  succeedetl in removing it mid restor-  insr sight to the, Chinatnrtn. The ob-  liiiinii neiKhbors then, however, re-  presi-nted to the missiomiry th.it he  hud robbed the-man of the moans nf  earning his living (he was a '"blinf!"  beircnr; and that in future he woulu ^  be expected to take him Into bis ser- |  virc ntul ktep him. "ell iloinjr is i  diMruil   in   China..-  HIS OWN'FREE WILL-  Dear Sirs,���I cannot speak too stronp-  lv of the excellence of AlLN'AllD'S  lINIMEKT. ' It is THE remedy iu my  household for bn ns, spraius, etc., and  we would not be without it-.  It is truly a wonderi'til medicine.  JOHN A. MACLONALD.  Publisher Arnprior Ohrou.cle.  V I i* 1-,  /!'  W.  "��t \  ok well  as pro  UlOUji"  ehallnff  lorts. ot  ue cai  tors of  loiclioi'i  . Bi  ,is n��  id asiy  II-   lUCll  collenf  re cure  lei, t;x  nre f<Jl  or by  Il('��iill�� About the  Stti����>.  !" said  the doctor.    "Cable car,  u'.i/f evidently."  r   \tjjM\o."   replied   tho   anibulunce   man;  *r ^football."���Chicago Post.  ., ,-ic'-v    '   ^X3J>|Th >re novei vvter, and never will  be. n u:ii-  i .vi$SWu'l piinneoii. in one u-inedy. lor fill ill:- to  'J.T^Bnu b lle.-ih i-^ heir���the iery re.ture of many  v ti^CUr itives heinj? such thai wevo the se.rm.ij of  *,%?6th( r and dttlereutly Fouled disousiv i-;iob d  ^..J^ tho syestem of. the .patient���what, would  j   ^telii ve, ono ill  in turn \vou!d  sigarnvi.le tho  T\^^0tlui.   Wo have, however, in Quinine.Wine.  ^iirwhcn obtainable  in  a .soun%:unaduiicniic-d  ;    ^BtnfL, u remedy for many and  grievous��� i 1:s.  4 in ^J   lS gradual'and 'judicious use the frailest  Very   Adnpt��UIe.  ^  "v^^U ins  nre,   led  .into  cohva p^cence-and  i-   /^fpici gth by the',ni.fluenco vvliieli Quinine es-  ^TOlrt   oh-tiiilure'ri own reftorativew. dtrelioves  ~5; the droopin'o- op:ri:s of t!iO::e With whom a  1   ft^ChiL lie. .-tale of   iiiorlrd despondency and  '  i*lfttl  of infeivsl. ia   life is a d;rtea.-e, and, by  *. t" tr uiqnili'/.iht.   Iho nerves, dif-poi'ra lo t:ounJ  ^ ; tftid   refresh.iu: sleei>���hnparts yi��or (q the  x.jetton of the lilnod.whicli, being'stimulated.  ��^eo\n��e.s' throughout, the veins.���strenythoning  f'tli   healthy animal   fuiiclioiisof the system,  *. tluieby ini'ikiiiK  activity a  necessary result,  ��   8tu njrthotline,  ihe frame, and yiv ng lifo-to  uiln   digestivt-'  oruiins,��� whieh'  in-turnUy 'do-  iWi md ineveasetl subrtauce���result, improved  Jip[(-tifc.   'Northrop & Lymiui, of Toronto,  ftvliiv   iriven to the public their  s-.uperlor Q.ul-  |Ti 11  Wine at the usual .rate, and, gauged by  ^vtbe   opinion   of   seieulists,   this   wine; ap-  "$, lm ichea nourest  perfect ion  of any in  the  ( ^ Xn  ibet.   All druKKish-teb it.    ���  /4'MINARD'S LINIMENT Relieves Neuralgia.  v its:  -Now   nurse,  I'm  the noblo  knight  Do'yoti'think you could be the beautiful little maiden In distressV"  "Lor",   of   course.   Master   Dlciii ���  Punch.  MINIHD'S LINIMENT for Sale mm^  PIANO  POUNDERS.  r-u.orewski puts in nine hours n day at  liis 'piano. Here is a chance for the eight  hour U-.ifruc.-MitiJicapuhs J.ouru.-il.  To be deservedly popular it if J>ot  enough that a pianist retain "till his lire  ..n,l .iMi-h." He nuiM nb-o rot a in some of  his lea lines*, and must of his hair-���Now  Vork  Press.   Tbo Ilest Curo lor Cold".  Only those who have used Griffiths'  Menthol Liniment 'can W'P^'^g  vnluo for coughs and cohis, especiauj  with children.*' Apply it to the throat  "nd chest on a flannel when going ro bed,  and the result will surprise you. Try It.  25 cents, by all druggists.  Ills  ITenrt rn ink Sfoutn. _  "Young mati." exclaimed the irascible old gentleman, as thoy met at the  ball door.  "1   should  like ,to know  if  ���'vour intentions ore serious?"   ,  * "Serious'.", ejaculated  the--.younger  man.as he backed away.   -'Say, do you  think   I'd   take   the  chance   of   being;  kicked out of here three nights a week1  jlist   for   a   dlvcrtisement?"-ChIeago  Post.    .     . ''.   .     "      '.��� ���'        ���  "VVhnt  Scale Siitd.  i    "Susie   says  she1 wouldn't   mnrry  a  I'brthl  widower if he was worth a mil-  ioti."    . '     ' ���    '  -Why not?"  ������Sbo says if she has to have a bald  ! jiiish.-md she-wants lo make liin bait  i htM-sidf."���Indjjl'mjujjJb^Jjiurual.  I Miiiard's LiiiilMt Cures Barns, Etc  V-    <��ms^  ^-��� TTOROMTO.      par***���*    "���"V'*"  HAND50ME,lllpAGf ILLUSTRATED;UTAU)CUE-MAIlQ) FfiKSEND YOUR NAME TO DAY.  f I  ���.    i_ i  !'". " SI  ''Si  I'*' 'P'l  ' l'\i  1  Jl  ,;���'  ' t-1  ...V ,1|  f.  i'  r  i ������-.  m ,��- -    **-������/���'  I.N  191;  ;t  * ..i  guana, rrs  -itfte^wsr-^-^. ��^ <*;-  ��� -j^-^-*.~--J>n n ��� , -Mr. ���nv~<x*rj-er. ��.-  ���Mi  ���were  in fi.  "Y  .'m .,,  a w  ' "!  too. ',  didip  "1  If 1/  on  wot  real  get  pay  my  pra  t  's!o  IIe:  if   :  be;  foi   .  v.-J  th  nc  th    ���  to,  w,  oi' :  lc   '���  ei    '  0'     -  P  ��� s  1.   i  .,  a        t  r  t      V*  (   '  1      '!*{[  1 s  \  ii L,<      i/i'i s    i      j   j fj .��� 11; k  UG   iiJUlui   LLliibLiL  V'ubliflu .'1 in (};e into;tvt <-f tl;.e people  ii  of AJisyie ;:mi I^.ict kootcnay.  i.e, d.v'c JTrrpjirlciljV I.*^>.  We h-ive nii'cived a   book   oj"  nine  li  lt  i  p. ,i. sm Yin ����� CM.,  ��� '.iitllslirr*-  mipuitunce <H t|;e pr-��jsi-iit   time,    from]  The     Poole      Publishing     Company, j  L   MuOnv"j  h\Vi;.s Ci- tflVt Ml'TION'  One Year....,.,.,.  .rj.oo  \     I.;  SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900.  Political bees are beginning to   buzz,  in nmnv bon;isto.  The first issue of tne Ferguson  Kayle, published in the Lardeau district, has made its apperance.  ;^>  >'. 13  ���iff;  Vfe  .'ii  A    I    St  yfvy   li  ,*?��� '' H  ���W,  ;l f 1��  'ii,;  ' ���$(:  ���i 0  ���A   ,f.i  ' 1 ik'  m  '���'JliJ  l,':l''  I    7l!  I>l <<< '  L'i-r  ^l.i  ���3.V  ��� r  '���";-!'  .i i  After months of the strictest economy and all manners of privations,  the C. P. R. has al last got money enough ahead to complete the  platform  in front of. the station at,Moyie.  t' ,' .  o  Dr. Leslie E. Keeley, of gold cure,  fame, died suddenly 'in Los"'Angeles,'  Cal., a few days ago. '' People will always be devided on the opinion as to,  the worth of'the gold cure.b^tit made  a fortune of over two million dollars  for its djspoyeier jiict the szu'.e:  rorotjiQ, "Tn;   J.ipk Oi-- ])  the book   is    nti'r-ietivo,   ajp.i    is    well  piloted on good white puiar.    Thirly-  i iiree p.-igec of   illustrations   embellish  Hh page��{.   covering    the    ��tit.-tatiding  lent hits in Mi. Moody's  career,   home  life mill religious experience.    Its   cir  dilation will probably   be   vorv' large,  .is Mr. Moody bail a powerful'influence  in Canada, was known   here  quite   as  well as across the line, and bis   was  a  potent name in thousands of Christian  hoiis-oho'ids.    The book is'published al  25 cents in heavy paper  cover,   or  oO  cents bound in cloth, is for sale at  all  bookstores or will be sent postpaid   by  the   publisher' on"   receipt   of''price.  Everyone will want to" read the   story  oi the life   work   of    this   remarkable  man." '"' ' '  <  t'ouJtT aiovu-:.  ;*���'����. -io(i5.  j-Uv/c oi. the first end  JWidTburs'Hy of cech  pihliti).   yislUng-hretli  ren iuyiteii to attend.  Y. .)   rM VTIl, C. R. ,     LEWIS THOMSON'. ]���". S.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  Moots in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  conliallv invited to attend.  Wholesale   and  Retail Butchers.  D. J. EbMKit,  Pres.  W. R. ITOCKIXG,  Cor. Sec'y  SAW AND PLANING MILL.  AH Kinds of Kough and {  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doqyb &V-& Shingles. . .  SHOPS    AT  Fernie Fort,Steele  Cranbrook Moyie Wardner  j. k costig-an, a. c:  oifice:   Bank ofGommer.co Bldg.  The ��P9kesmp.n-Kevjov.' is now telling how Gon. Cronje should have  managed his campaign, find i:ao no  hesitancy in pointing out his 'errors.  Iti this the editor of the Rpview is  making himself aa ridiculous as when  he was booming  hie'"overland  route  i.'. ���  to the Ipondyke" a few year3,-a��jo.  Itnuker Jtouts A Itohberi  J. R. Garrison, Cashier of tlie bank  of Thornsville. Ohio, had been "robbed  of health'by a serious ''lting'' {rouble  until he tried Dr. King,s -Nev'/'Dis  covery for consutviption. 'THen': he.  wrote : "It'is the best'medicine I ever  used for :i, severe cold or a bad case''of  lun�� !ti-oab[e. f 'always \':e��fc'*d''hbil\e  on hand." J^Of':t suiief \/}?h 'Do;;^hs,  Golds, or any' Throat, GhecX bfltyng  (rouble V/l'ien vou c*��n' b'e"1'cured'-go  easriy, 'Only *5Qo "and ���Jl.jtfff." ' Trial  bottles free r.t liopo 'ifc IJcattie prug  Store.    '    -"'      '     "    '    '"  CRANBROOK  tVi  B.C.  *.  ,    ^ ** '  , H ������ j ��-iw  i-OK   VIUCEQ  Ai'i'^l'   Ol't   u'iu,':  q. R. MUIE. Mgr.  MO YIK,    B.C.  THE  WM. HAMILTON MANITFACTIJIIING CO,  (LIMITED.;   ���_--  I- , ^  >.   ..x -  An   exchange   truthfully   remarks: j bottles.  ."The man who complains most of the  preacher pays the  preacher the' least;  Uis men who runs down his town does  t u     liif ��� ���'    ��� ��� ".! iJ-'  tlie least to build it up; the man   who  does not jutoport frjs home paper, does,  {ihe least to''make the paper a juccsas.  fie pays the to.vn is no good tind   that  J OS 131'a NWIHEUIiTAJTiT, rrop,  Lager bee;- cold  by tho , Keir or  dozen  I '     .    -       ��t i - r^ I  }t js de-ad,   13tit \\q is iDislinJfefj-^-lis is  the oorpso,-'  Human nature baa many fiides^P&ys  ths New Denver 'Lodge. Soft1 soap a  man in a newspaper and his praises  Will be long ind lou.-U in favor of 'its  editor. Jab the pen- of truth into  some of his funks and he will' go 'out  of his way to tell anybody who will  iisien to liini 'hat the editor is no good,  hnd that his feheet is�� to punk that he  is afraid fumigation will not. save it.  Many papers manage te exist in s--pile  Of ibis clasa of cowardly   buckc.ippers.  Bottle^ BeeiJ  in Stock... o  Oqtcicfe Qmsrs Qctven St-r!pfc^.ltpntiun,  ,00   TO   Wlfi  LEWIS THOMSQF^  Notary Public/Accoun-  ;-i.-- .   >'  - ���  .���:, ���  tai;t,   CoiiMission " and  :,- ���..,;���    ' ���-���;".:   ��� ,<   ...t?  IrlSURAiJCE AC-EKT.      ���  %^i6, B, p.,  ' WARiUSTEfS, SIO^iajTCU; W*yp>  < ,. . r  CRANBROOK.     ��� B. C.  Mcyittie & "Hutchison,  Firo and Life assurance, Min<  Brokers, Land Surveyers and  ' Conyeyapcere, and Notaries  JLcavQ Orders at Leader  ppco, 3tOxIJE3.  loromo  An ixIim Xjriti.-li Columbia G.i/zettc  coh.'iiikj. i))�� m ii.' ^jveriiwiii'.-. firul  tdiiiial iu-i, iliit> hi-mf; an i;nporiani  botii'i' afje'ctini; c'-'riilicit'-i, ofiinpiovc-  jhii'.i's uf ininor.il claimi:, tlie eil'ect of  whicli appears to be that won; done  in t'XCfcfct of statutory reuuirements in  any year, may be counted in any subsequent year to keep the claim in good  rptandiiig. In the words of, the order,  "KViiior.g ;V and 3G shall be so inter  pieied as to permit a free miner who  fn.ir applied by iillidiivit for it certificate  fit improvements, to receive an.:I re-  cord^.fllcertificate or certiiicatesof work  for all or any assessment work done  by him or his predecessors iu title  rincc ihe lecording of the mineral  claim, in excess of the value for which  he had already obtained a certificate  or certificatee of work,"  C.   P. Jt. Tinmigrftllon Lltera me.  Tlie Canadian Pacific Railway'Company has just lfc&ued two excellent  immigration pamphlets for 1900���  "Wot-tcrn Canada" and "British Columbia"-���which contain a gieat deal  of Useful and accurate information  about tho conn 113' west of Lake Superior, and are oi special interest to  those who contemplate settling either  in the Canadian Northwest or British  Columbia. Large editions of these  pamphlets distributed gratuitously in  Great Britain and the United states,  us well as throughout the Dominion,  and are eagerly read by those who|are  seeking a new, home and desire to  know something of the best counliy in  the world in which to find one.  3S3LOT7S3S3.  For your oulfif,    The Target stock fif  East ICooi-enay,  EEID & OO.  Ghanhkoor. 13. C.  EASTKOpTENAY,B, C.  ,TJiie above hotel is  neatly   furnished.  Board^$5.00 per week  Per ojay $1,0*9 ind up.  The bar is supplied with  the' besf'brands of Liqu-  nrs And Cigars.  . '   ;ort Steele Mercantile  COMPANY. (ijMiTEp.)  A Fiendish Attack.  An attack was lately made on C. F.  Collier of Cherokee, Iowa, that nearly  proved fatal. It came, through his  kidneys. Hia back got so lame he  could not stoop ���'.without great pain,  nor sit on a chair- except propped by  cushions.. No remedy helped him  until he tried, Electric Bitters which  i fleeted such a wonderful change,thai  he writes he feels like a new man.  This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble, purifies the  ^i,blood and builds up your health. Only  "" at Hope it Beatt ie Drug Store.  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  Wo curry complete lines of >  Men's Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  and Liquors. .  .  Mail Orders Given Prompt  Attention.  Cranbrook,  I'ort-Stcnlo  UNION BARBER SHOP  AND BATH ROOMS.  T. Ii. COLLINS, I'rop.  MOYIE, B.C.  PATRONIZE  WIHTE LAJBOR  By Seutling. Your Work To tho  UNION  PHILIP .CONRAD, Prop.  GOOD WORK. ,-ntICES  RE/(.S0NA1U..Ji:  IH1MMBII  and  Metallurgist.  CKANJUKOOK, '  li. C.  MERCHANT TAILOR,  CRANBROOK.  mm  PETERBOROUGH. .QNTfS  ���J :  Repairing Neatly and Promptly Ex-  , "ecuted. Special Attention Given  '    Lc Mail Orders.  S.uits Made to   Order;  ff.^.^f -4?^^ ^^���'^^  r ���  THE  PAST   OFFICE  DRUG  AND , STATIONERY STORR.      >���  ���  Patent medicines, toilet  articles, office stationery  andSschool supplies. ... .  Lending,Library : If you want r book'  ask for it and'it will be procured for  you without delay.  IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH  JIOPE & BEATTIE,  C4tf>HUSt9 finjj OMifffjiStBi  ' .    ' '���'      .MfiYIB. fi. G  IN       KBGG  AND  ���nOTTWifl.  BREWERY.  /  ��� i   -FINE LAGER   BEEB,  AND PORTER ...  ' '        Orders PnpMrTX,v. attended to.  R. ^ e fecef andjCp., Props.    . '   ���  NELSON, B. C  1  tfmi, ��cj��  AT G. H. MINER'S  You   vvill find  a   full  iiii5  of  general   haidwaio,   including  Stoves, ��� Tinware,  Agateware, Oils,  Paints, Glassware  A Call Solicited.  TlNMflOr  IN CONNECTION.  Moyie, B.,C,  JEWELRY.  Official  Watch- Uepairer for   C. P. R  Chanhrook, B. C.   ���, '-������V."  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Repaired and Made to Order.  Rt A. SMITH,      Moyie.  NEXT DOOR TO'I1LACK.SM1TH KIIOI'.  ....    MINERAL   ACT    I89G.  ',;       (form f.)  Certificate of Improvement's."  \'"^-.    .   ' '"'     NOTICE.   '"  Tlie Mcuelek, Jameson' Trarle dollar; Lake  View, 'Baltimore,; Dude Fraction, St. John  Fraction, General Buller Fraction niicl ���I-Icll-  to-I'ay Fraction Mineral Claims, situate' in  the Fort Steele Mining Division of East  Kootcnay District.  Where located:���On the East side of Moyie  Lake...  Take notice that I, James A. .Harvey,, agent  for the St. Eugene Consolidated Milling Com  !>auy Limited, Free Miner's certificate No.  "B9803," intend sixty days from the date hereof  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of .improvements for the purpose'oi obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  ���And further take notice that, action, under  section 37, must be commenced before (lie issuance of sucli Certificate of improvements.  '. J. A. HARVEYj  bated tilts, t2tn day of February, A. ti. 1000.  SUBSCRIBE   FOR  THE  LEADER  FOR $^.NE  ies- - "Brani  ,     ADDBESS".  NELSON.  3D  go  o  3 U*>  st  DC   3��  03  m  o  H  O  c  YOUCArt  MAKE  12 TO Id  >At'ft��.'  ADBR13S  GEORCErowN qftfr   Oataloguo  r*.Ml ff'JfT  CANADA.  CUT  OUT AND SEND TO US.    NO. 30.  5��a   K>��-  ASSATBil^o  NKLSON,  B. C  Photography  Chrietniiia ie coming. Get  your pictures taken to send  home. BREST, the photographer, will visit Moyie on  each Saturday. Flashlight  pictures taken at tho Moyie  oral your room or house.  Leave your orders at once;  No time to delay. '  Brest & Co.,  Cr.tiihrook,  Photographers,  Moyie,   -Fort Socio.  A- STAPHENSQN,  Architect, Contractor and  Builder. Complete plans  Furnished and Estimates  Given on all kinds^of ',work  " ; ���'     free of ch.argej /  -K. It. &��� X, Go's Tin*�� Ca��-4  ri, JS. ALBERTA���Leaves Neh&n  for Bonners' Ferry-Tuesday*; and Saturn".iys at.7 a. m., meeting steamer International from Kaslo at Pilot Bay,  lioturtiiug leaves Bonners Fbrry^at  S a. m. Wediicfltitiyri and Suhdaye.  P.OlVt IBVINO. Manager.  Moyie, B.C.  BlMAlMIL1ll'm**W  ���",'..'������:.' ii*Atr��ijfiY;  Good" washing.'   No  chemicals   used.  Prices heap cheap.    Near Moyio hotel.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RAILWAY  AND SOO���PACIFIC LINE.  EAST and WEST  To all points.    Gives   the  only  direct  service from the  KOOTENAY      COUNTRY  Through first class sleeper daily  to and from Kootcnay Lauding. Tourist cars pass Medicine ,Hat daily foi  St. Paul, Fridays for Montreal awl  Boston, Sundays and Wednesdays foi  Toronto.: :,  DAILY    TRAIN.  EAST . '., .','.' '        .'.-WEST '  12:6l lve , :��� I MOYIE.., ... lvc. 10:02.  Connection Iri-weekly at Maclcod  for Calgary and Edmonton, and daily  at Medicine Hat for all points East..  Connection daily lit Kootcnay Landing for all points in' West Kootonay,  Slocan; and Boundary districts, and  for Pacific coast and main line points  Via Revelstoke.  THROUGH TICKETS ISSUED and  BAGGAGE CHECKED^TO  j DESTINATION.  Cheap Rates to the Old Country-  Apply for Kates', Maps, Time Cards, Tickets and  Full Information to Nearest Local  Agent, or  L.'IW: Mansfield, Agent, Moyie.  W.'F.'ANDERSON, >       K. J.'COYM'V  T. P. A; Nel.sou.      A. G. P. A., Vancovef  If  pjwm  ite;  't-A  w  IV;  V -.---ui  r  1.-.1  J ���" rV!L,  \     U  ^  v -'���-���A  I r^f��  I %��  ' ? JB  tVi  [A* MY  1 s


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