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The Moyie Leader Mar 26, 1904

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T^ieauUs'oi last yeart bbokiiigS for one oi our. coippamc^Tho  Anelo-\nmrican-i3  now to band and nmpiV:bears out our previous  euffioient to givofus"i\REASONABLE^.wo.rK.ng -^^.5��^  'fhdt INCREASE in income amounted to nearlyv^^OO^na  thefueclared and paid! thoir USUAL DIVIDEND OR7 PER CL, 1  '\-,  winchis,-mfendGd;: to; Iri.r^.pr^ented:' to  tbb i)omin ion" government,' which, cov-  ^���1 veryiu 11 v';t#^ituiitnnly >T|I&'=a^;  sociation', ^pointed .9 V^brnmit't'e'e.-oj.  live tonuwt.tbe represents tives of. tbe  Brrie.liersiin .Nrfson ob'Tueeday March.  29t-li,; when iiM expected., .th'e; 'memo  ���'"���iil-'will-biS.'' signed' on- beiialfyo! ihe  sroeltbr^vaml "v'��.1ib. V"_s3iVver^eacl7;?.ri^^-"  owners' (Association'."   .'-   ���    :-.';,.;- ';-������.-.  V lyocilts for :i GuOilYcai.. ; ; L\  '-"��� G'i':0...,BuchariRn,ya(lpiiListraLor ot  the feuthounty regards; tho: outlook;  and prpspebte lor;;tbo mining in -tbi;  Filvev--lead;seoUob6Lat;;.yery.'enci}u  ing. ,llie says^ibiit-nearly every min.^  'o'wner i8"cithe'r nt work or- has, acehireu-  -b?s 'intentionof going to work.,;.'...They.  :*eem to regard' lite conditions as about  ���aBi'favorable^'s tbfcy^an,. be,, and.,are,  dctarnbn'ed'to/ ttdce advnuUge ot ..ib:  Uad-i'r the circnmslf-nces -it. sceins:.to  bini-tbatil^seaHonoLlSOibvin he a  prohUible.oneipr the bilverdead. miners-,',;. '''.,-������    _;_ ���_-.-i������������ , .'.''-. .'���������.-  '-.'Ch'urph-SorvIooSi .;.;.'-," ������;.-,  : METHOMST-In Odd' Fellows .Halt.  mon - to Boys and Girl*. ,1 ;xt- 11 trc.  Evening service at 7-roO^-i ..-pic-��� i-p;  'Crrvcihctio'n''1  ARNOLD & 'ROBERTS,  ORANBROOli, Ii. C.  K��MW��-'^��'Si't.:?2��2!*ii>*  }J  �� <���  "J^^'iv-  ���KcGQ  If-you want anything, stylisli and neat go ,o  JU.;'^!!;-''W V>   ;,";-\';':'  ���"���^'���, '..       ���."..''.'...- -,','' ' ���'  ^iM, leading ladies and%-ents: furnis^ers.^  St    I ', ____ '     ,     .ii.i.,���l.iiilrM*��-^;ffrr'-|...-rt-^."J"- ..t��^^*.'-^^ ���  ���\ I ���..-������..������!.������������       ���   . ���  .     .   ���       -.1 , ' ���������-���,,   :      ������������ .������-..���--���:.������������������.,���.������.��� -,  -���'-.-:        .'- ,: :-.'������    .      : :;.,', .'.     -���"-. I anUrprobablyjuors thitii aby,otlier uog  ^.scarbity. of. cars is greatly hainper:-    ._        ;_    VvUh;:the'; country '.tremor;  years ago 'wh'pn"-;-'iie'^''vv:tVB :pnly; a little  ^r-v-evino-'Miuiajj waim*. ��� ... -.-. ,.-,.,:- -   ���     ,.    - .   , ,,. ���,- .y.   ��� ���   r,-.rt I'-Ouppy"'.two^montb-! old. " During -all  ���:,".'���<-j1".:,  .-��." .-:    .-���������   ,.: - 1 ap nip :'Con't! npntal   mine ..near  Loft, -. ,'y J;     ,. .,,-     . .    -  ���.���-. .���..--.. ���������������.���.:...���������   ���  Tb.bchum3'pbtbe:St;-S^^^^  -taiii Mining-Gorbpany"are being sur---;1 lxi" "  yeyB'V'fbrxrown grant.; TbT., McYit-  .���tib'and party of-.JEb.rt. Steele;.; are' doipb  .theyvork, and it vis understooci; they  'dr3 taking.stock' inb tbeyx-ompany, for  :their e-eVvieeB. ..^fith  the- prospect  of  ���tlie.'rG'vivah'of: tbb  silver-lead niining  industry.it'is expected that a: nuinber  pf new properties will be opened  up ib  the 'M'Oyib.C'.imp, anifpeop^o   who 'ate'  looking'for' iibocl,,.ibmg3'.   are   turning  their attention in' this direction.;'   ;.; b;  '.;';'��� ''.''big Tiiiie.iivlSijjliit;. ���:.���������;'���' ".������������'  ' ������'���'jsfr.- and -Mrs. NieeleWtadt-.-'o!: the  Cosmopblitan hoteh.wUi give"a'':' big  da'n03.' in tbe"Conrad:;stbrc building : on"  Monday ';eyevuingy April ',''M-.-' They  'wiaii tiyexterid a cordial inyilatiun :.to  everybody, :so'if you see this notice; it  means that you.ate; invited, and' expected, .to; be there /with' .both- feet on  the evening named.;'   ':'.    'V ' b;  .���  ^^^'wolconic. b\ ;   ���   .    ;'|eithcr ' the   Northcrti   Paeifhi. o  ���'.    .-.'W'���''    Ii. E.'S. TAYLOR,P^lor   G.reat>yortberis/, '   '  ; SyoKiiiicbCootenay JtailWRy. , ;  There is general  rejoicing- in- Spokane over the buihiing-of-dbe proposed  r!lhsvay'to;connectwithfh^ Canadian   --     ~   i;^-        ^ ov9r ivumX]i,  ���Piiofic,   a lie. new,   rout?, tnej- ,cu.^i.i..(. .  .      .... <- . -���..,   ,. ..  will be. as .short   to: S�� ,^nl  ����   hv I CohlmenUl ruuurnoa. J,o,t.- I..1.   1-t  ing worlbat the Moyie yLuihber -'Go.'s  ���raiii.:.'";:^';;,;' ���"'";',".-'���.;.,.".������-yr:"t:' ..y  '���:''-fim FarrelF is preparing to - ppbp ya  cigar store in tlie pltico fornierly.occupied by" the pos'tofficeV '; '. ;       ;-::;.. v  yCbas. Moore has-rbtiirned front the,  Cranbrook hospital, where , he ,hab  bee'b for :Sp:no.'-time. .���.������'���;;, y ... ,-,  '.'���Thero"is'.bt5tv/eo'a four and iivo feet  of -3 now at; the upper workings 'of the  St-yEugnne; ���'- ; :/':.^ ..:..���:..-. .:: :..-��� ;'  ^: Lawrence-Poter3,b��bo; was; a.partner:  of' Dave' McBethbn construeUpit .,'wo.rk"  on the Crow's Nest; roadydied in, Serr.  attie'on the lP-ii instaut:,.- ..;.   -,';  :T. T; Mcyittie(: Joe ^xdsliyrp^  ^ViUiams, Harold Nation, who are en-  <,;i^d'inUaryeyin- .the St. .Eugene  'Mountain' AUning;,Co,'S el aims, are  stopping stybe/Hotel;Kuotenay.  has shiy-ed. iy.itli;.,'.(.he", country '.treyfory  lunbs;;o[ytbe''thnes^; There  are;-.-not  many circUaistahces of importance, in"  the/ .didteict   in. whieii  Chappie';was '  not inone' wayor an other, .connected, ;  T.  'T. ^Mcyittie;; bis   mastery is tlie ���  veteran  iiurveybr,oh the -district,  and   .  there''arc few mining claim's'in tbedi,?;' .  trict he   has /not' surveyed. '^Chappj.e  was an .almost  constant' cpnypaniou;.  and whila'ho'did notbunderstahdtr'g;  iuon.et.ry, yet his dignity and;deuie,?-ny  or ivouid .convince, one tba.t hedf'nsv; a.^  about ity-A^it-lib the /hubiab :hind fie  ���::.-.*-.:-....: 1   f.�� (i-.M'ibi       fi v��m      i it,-, nrnorn-l  ivaaa- genend fav/orite. anil- bnpreased'  everyone whir his wisdom and'"importance. ; '.V/it,h"', dogs; ho .'iyas;bai:gbty  disdainfuL and CGbsernie.ntiy-vibpp'pul''  ���ar./.,:,-: ':,'',-..-'..."��� -.;..--'-' ; ..'y'.,,. ���������" ���'���  -.- Of late years. Chappie.lias pp5 .been.,  ���iible.'ytb"'' iuiik'0   Unr long.' trips /i.ii'"'th.b:  mountains with,his master.;'. Exposure  :ahd    reckless: adventure /brought  on..  ������*    -- -  ��� .     .���   ,    , . -,   . , j rhbninatism", and '"h.s h-is had to.Goblent  .":��� The selling or renting of  tpe  v-.iap*--j hil^spl^ ^.tiilooking ;dcer-thb   bou.se-r  dening'bmldingoilyiotoria strcet-haa J h^-d 0j 1;^ home, and,making hiAiself  ���i'-0.v' ivWppiI in the haui^Ot' the'tlrni Gi.j useful bv ��oing on.errands toihepoit-  ^eaputsHr,   .. ,        -  ...... >_, ^    m!ir.kfct.,   m death ,w<1,  l-frrelKtaiujip*     . '> inourued h^the/fa-nily, and bis  body.  j laid away .in 'a   guarded  spot  marked  1 - l-'-'onlinea'ai nru-.e nu-i. j......... -~ ���! with a heada'onehearing an appropriv  tliv! Sunday-and i.: again; ;workiuK- at./.tbe ,| ateib.cription . ' -   "'���'������   '       : ''  Tjrc-  GENEBAL1 'MtVVS.-WOT  ExrPfosidentOlcveland is; 07  years  ',   i Si. Eugebe. ���;.,  Tt 'is not quite clear.yot'   wboro   tins |     The "weather, bus been W*?��W?�� ,  now branch" wiii; connect . with   the  ingibe.P^- '��eeV,' Voatonjay^.uo.^ >.,  "rccriitere  rbere is deafly 11 iiiclu-s.e>t,ic<i On ylu  hike and b. is  in  exocdiont condition  s'.O  j Crow's "Sed-road.   df, according to 1)'.  C. Coibin's statement,  .tbb   line   will  | follow the .Villi!;- river; to    the  Bonn- _  old.-   ���'.���"..'������''    ���'_ ' ._/ ������-'   --    '-./       '-Idarv'-ii- ''will certainly nop cbimet-t vdth ; far  ' >r'ule. are now'bein'g worked in   the j t!ie'c. P. K. at Yahk Nation, as was afj     KeV> y. jr Tiiompsob  .of ^^^  r,.m--,.,.,.i,l-'l2    ,1,-gruei   .l...!oiv,7.-.r.l.,;        .;     ���      "   .._-**,-,-_  ^fflRS-B . 'j*'��**n-- .       '   A. '      '   . ft    .     "US      .... ..'V -1.SS.,   t.    ���"���    ;/:  ty  '},  '���)  !")'-  't'  ti,  ;t:th6  with $  [gars. |  I   , , even east of (.her  The prplits for .the' Le Roi mine   at; ^^^  RosslandhM the  .nonthof FcdiruHryj                      ^[}]  ainonnl.jd.to ip58,00O.  .-,,-,-.., *r_--? *_-1- i1*,^ z_\nL? ~-*n- ^ Msau.-f  AT Ti'E  'sl'f--.dunem-. will be sorv.M and an eo-  ! LVyabie j-.-.i-.i.i 1 nveliioj.-; is- aiiticipi-ed  ! Aduhs,':"���') i-c-'.s.i,^; cinhlr.eu, '2-.< cent,.-.  aflltF9   I       HPCHI.       nl      ���Thea.ae^d^n^burabvui.i-a-n- \{^^^ V hll AH  kJXKjkllhk  ��A'^     A'^k^ - /-> ^-' '-���*. -       jy/| I b;,.r,ol. h, ^2X0,000, wbdo pereonivl nny>  - _^.__<_���_; ,,_.^-__.  'l)K3AU5,K.n5K BK05,    rr<n>B.        -., '  Lur-e -naniple   room   in. . conned ion  ���with house' for commercial men^'Bost    ;  of ilcoommodationi.'.  ���    . ���    i   ��� ���.      '  v Headquarters tor CommenciaS and tViining Men.-  i.  erty  'I'l-:.',  itoij   JyiSO/XKh.    ni-iknig  ^Sl toil foMho town oi half:'- million.   '/. | ��� ���   "|^^  UJ     1*  V  his*.:"  JT  11  JSu  ,rh,In.,M-iorLiberAl District CouKcd-  |KvM !5' meeting in Kos.dand i.hia week. |  nuinowoHlccnrclocwl   aro  Dunea^ ���  WHEN IN;;;   ._t  ���-JK  K..r ii  I.��i.v-��rf'r.-'i'<l Sliiin.-Uili.      ��� ;  ������Iliavv iH-'i'.n tnaiblcd fur some tinio���:  with iivjijj..-:.! ion ami   ���soiir.   utomacli," |  ., :m.. .    sj.,,-11,  y,r. Curtis, of   "Loo, j.  -,.t',.'*.-   : ,' ii'-'ve '.-..'en biking    Cham-'.  bodain's^too\Hch au-l ' biver, 'Tablclaj  ..vhich have helped me very much hvj  i.'v.t��; ruiffl ��:v-\ Oii* ni'i'-y thiiiRS   .th.alj  r  b'  v,   ���     (ireen-v'^L   P^^dent;   J  a-1'.'1 j " . . ���   ,    -,,  ,.   -.\.l.'(,n - vit,C-Pl'i:--!d0!>1 ,   ���'  -o  ��*:>:^_%_.-:i<-  th__^Jal___l__e_%_h&j^^ \  ^l-Biinp.-'iii, Oi-aib.ruoi-,  . > L '-  ��� i V  J, ,.'.    II  :>o-.;.m:m, v'i-'>i'''     S"-:'^*  :od rocniH, good/yableyam]   ba  ruubbrsl vLi.5 sample roonii.  h'.-lO'.'^  ���  tronhb-  ml-.l r���'<���'���''  v.li your  T.ihlotii ant  -'    :i ymi  ff Ot<l;\(i'.l  a ���  11:' -  j-'ul-  ���3?c3 Ihs'iter* a,.-, adds U  i  U briigg'--i  i.-.ei i-ewDi:  >*!CA4 0  O'  .i//:'.'l  /./HI  ��� ^i^ill  -.,. '��''  b!  "^.���^SSS^r^f^l HSm&i  u  4r*~  ..��}��,��..*..��<fr-�� i<�� _.<l> �������*�� ��-.$���-�����j..coi*-��-A^��  *  *?*  I WHEN A CADDIS:  |INTERVENED  * By HARLE OWE\ CUMMIN'S  i  J,  eicbth hok\ and it cost in in six neiore  be holed it, whc-ieas he usually play J  it in four,-as hi*, companion suc'-viled  in doing.  Greysoa's lead of three on this boh  -I  jim made up for the same number h? i %  ���������*> ^d*��^$0*^*i*****��***>e  ��  ��  ���o  ��  ��������   Copyright, 1SCS, by T. C. McCnre  9 ��  ��gi ��� "t�� ''i* s ���*��,�� .*�� s ij. ��� ��ti i*.��-��-i*��*s->2' * H|"��"{*-�� *i-e "S*  Considering that Greyson and. Bradbury were both ardent enthusiasts at  the game, it was not surprising thai  rbey should bare decided to let golf Le  the arbiter of tbeir fates. 'The two  young men "were desperately in love  ���with Marcia Van Zandt. So, for that  matter, -were half a dozen others of ihe'  ��� male contingent at Wesrerfeldr. But  all recognized that Greyson nnd Bradbury were the two favorites, and the  withdrawal of one of them from the  neld won Id naturally place the other  in a fair position to win out.  It was Bradbury who offered the  challenge of a nine hole match, the  loser of which should immediately  pack bag1 and baggage and decamp.  Greyson' had considered the proposition for a brief minute, then accepted,  and n date'was set for the trial of  skill.  It was a fair contest, even though  lucre, was a difference of four ir? lhe  records of the two players, Bradbury's  best score for the nine holes was thirty-seven, but he was very erratic, usually playing somewhere, in tbe neighborhood of fori .v. Greyson, however,  had,never played around in belter than  forty-one, but he was as steady as a  machine find could be depended upon  no', to vary from that score by more  thsj'n one or two strokes.  Probably the explanation of the difference in their playing was to he  found in the respective habits of the  two men, for while Greyson was not in  ilia least what one would call a rabid  prohibitionist he knew' when to-stop.  Bradbury, on the other 'hand, was the  hotel's best patron of the little room  downstairs with the long brass foot  Mil. *' - '    , -      '  On the momentous day which was to  decide their fates the two men with  their caddies sought the links. Scotty  Ferguson, the red haired, freckled faced  little chap who carried Greyson's bag,  had been his club bearer ever since the  hitter's arrival at the hotel and had  also been the messenger on several occasions for delivering hunches of' violets, boxes of .candy, etc. The other  caddie was the greenkeeper's latest importation from town rind had been chosen because "Bradbury had quarreled-  with every one of the .other boys who  were on the caddies' bench when they  started out r    ��� .  Greyson won the toss and drove 01T  first, making the straightaway in five,  as'he generally did.   Bradbury usually  a^t_&KmiBgL  *? had made on the fifth,'so that the score  ���j. at the 'Jasz green was again tied at  ! ' thirrv-mne.  ��� j     There was an air of suppressed ex-  * , chernent about both players and cad-  ' dies as Greyson built hi? tee and pre-  j pared to drive for The la-l time. The  , ninth hole Is about 200 yards and i-* lo-  j caied on the farther side of a little  j hill, so, that only tbe upper half of the  j red flag is visible from wheie the driy-  i or stands. Scotty, the caddie, had  J gone on ahead, and wnen Greyson's  I ball just cleared tbe brow of the hill  he followed' quickly after it and disappeared over the other side.  lie found that ihe pall had landed 'in  the middle of a bunch of fog, so that it  lay in an almost unplayable' position.  It was the work of bin a moment n>  kick the ball sharply front its resiiug  place toward the hole: then he ran back  to the top of the hill and shouied:  "You're dead, two feet from the hole,  Mr. Greyson.   It's a etne-h for two."  Then tile rickic^, or the1-* nerves, or  something or other, sot to work on  Bradbury again, for he sliced his drive,  and the ball fell within a hundred  yards of the green. He made a gallant  attempt to recover, however, and with  his next stroke stymied his ball with ,  that of his companhju. '" !  But the game was over, for Greyson '  putted ,5ti   with  'his  next   stroke,   winning tbe. match by one.   Then he walked   up   to  Bradbury  and   held  but  his  ,'hfind.  "Hard luck, old man," he said cheerily. "Better luck next time.-'  ' But Bradbury, only muttered something under his .breath, and, snau-hing  his bag from the caddie, he strode off  the links..  "Ffero, Scotty.'" called Greyson as'his  club bearer moved away���"here's a little present for you. 1 feel flush loday."  And he tossed toward the boy a coin  the size of which mpde that youth's-  ewes sparkle.  As the two caddies ��� walked -back to  the ,greenkeeper"s they talked over the  game just finished, and after exacting  a promise of absolute secrecy ,Scotty  revealed to his companion his doings at  the lasr hole.   ' ' v  "'It wasn't 'cause Mr. Greyson always  tips me that I monkeyed with, the,  score." he said iu justification of his action, "though lie is the best man of the  two. and I hope he wins out with Miss  .Van -Zandt...- I wouldn't have cooked  (hat Bradbury cuss either even if he ,  did biff me once or twice when I laughed at his scuffing. Ink I, saw him foozle  twice ..today without counting it. and  at.the eighth hole he lifted his ball out  of a cuppy lie when he thought no one  was looking.  "And,-"'anyway," lie added conclusively, "as Agassiz or some of ihem big poet  fellers say. 'All's fair in love and war,'  nnd I'm blamed glad I done it."  ��  il  ���*>  . ��  i ��,  ��  On the Way to |  Bellegarde |  By TRYNTJE DV BOIS    ���  Copyright, 1933. fay T. C. McClnre        <B  I     iu   going   from   Macon   to   Geneva  , there are two "routes the one by Nan-  iua and the oth��r by Bellegarde.   Both  ore  so  charming   and   so  picturesque  that the choice between thern is some- .  | times nearly heartrending. j  j     It was on a cold, bright, late autumn  day in November that a pretty girl, np-  | parently an  American, started  to get  I into the Bellegarde tram.  Waiting as if  j lo enter the same compartment.stood a j  man well loaded with valises.   Perhaps j  it was because he ai-*o was an Ameii- '  , can that when he saw  her helplessly (  struggling on the steep, ladder-like steps i  he immediately put forth a strong hand  and   rai*fd   her   sentry   to   the   level ���'  above.  Perhaps it was because she was not  positivtbas to what he was that, barely  bending her head in acknowledgment  of the courte?y, she- stepped swiftly  over the bouillotes. seated herself in tbe  fan hor corner and turned a steadfast  g."Zf far and away.  He seized the strap and swung himself, upward'after her. thpn banged the  door' and jerked up the window.   The  she asxkd.  cvg   it   was  ��I.,,  5-i.rf     'III  HT! WALKED Uj> TO  Isr.Al)HUIlY AND  UniTO  out ma. itA.vn.  played the first green in five also, but  by n 'ordinate approach shot be holed  It in four, thus gaining a lead of one.  The next two holes, the ravine arid  rest-awhile, were halved hi- five' each,  but on the fourth putting-green Grey:  Kun made a phenomenal 'gobble'.and  nod the score at nineteen.  Without  doubt   it   k:ix   not   intended  by  the  two players  that their  c.-iddi'.'*j  should  know tin- si.-ike which  u-as-i being   pl.-iynl   fur,   but   frem...several   remarks   which   Si'.,tiy   overheard   :1s   ho  trudged .along with  the clubs he must  have jumped nt a  preity accurate con-  eln-don. amJ :i.*. the  four rested  in  the  shade at the tjfih tree he- eoi'ttidcd something   to   the   new   caddie   from   town  which made that youth observe" the remainder of the game with vastly more  interest than he liad hitherto displayed.  .Now,   flic  fifth   hole   of  the   Westor-  fcldt course, called, the   frying  pan.: Is  the worsj. one .of .(.lie nine, lhe drive-off  being'directly over a deep gravel', pit.  it  was. on (Ids'  fair green  that   Bradbury  stole a   lead  .of'three,   for 'by, a  good drive and a  long, bnissie shot he  cleared tlie hazard and was hi, the hole  in five.;  The frying pan had always been a  Water.lcio for Greyson, and on (his day  it proved even worse than usual, for he  topped his ball twice and then broke  bis rnid'i-on just above1 the whipping  while'trying to recover. Tho next two  holes were halved in four each, so (hat  the score as (he two players walked up  to the eighth tee was .Vi to :?���', in Bradbury's, favor.  Whether it was the result of an overindulgence in "rickies" on the previous  'evening,,, overconfiderico in victory or  whether it was due simply to nervousness on account of the size of the  stakes for which they were playing  will riovcr lie known, but for some  govs,. Bradbury went to the bad on (he  A Storlec: <I Joe  Cannon.  While serving bis second term in congress Joe Cannon was driving on a  muddy road in-- March, after the adjournment of a short session, when he  met a township road supervisor, who  'said:  ".foe, do they dock you when you are  away from congress?''  , "No; my wages run on just the same,"  said Uncle Joe.  "The township doesn't pay,.people  when they don't work," said the farmer.  ''I expect it would be better (o dock  us when we do work," replied Uncle  Joe gravely.  A Democratic member once ventured  to challenge one of his statements.  "Blank is mistaken." sharply replied  Cannon. .This form of denial was contrary to the rules because it mentioned  a member by name instead of a1* "the  gentleman from Indiana." The offended Democrat called tlie speaker's attention to the breach of .rules. The  speaker  explained  and  instructed  the  IS MY  HAT ON BTTtAfGHT V  latter  was  stubborn,  and  firmly  fastened  lhe  train had left  the  'station and was speeding fast.  As he seated himself he threw a  quick glance at his companion. She  was a pretty girl with blue eyes, a lovable nose, a kissable mouth and nn irreproachable traveling outfit. A look of  amusement crossed his faeeas he/noted  the frigidity of'her bearing, for be  knew enough of human nature to be  quite positive that she was thinking of  him. Her rigid interest iu the scenery  on her own side assured him of that  fact. He unhooked the indicateur and  studied it carefully, and when he stood  up to.throw it.on to the bundle rack befell that her eyes had been turned his  way, so he sat down again, folded his  arms and waited for time to pa<*s a little. The possibilities of French trains  are great. Those without tempers gain  them; those with'tempers lose them���in  both cases one speaks.  She appeared unalterably fixed in her  determination, but nevertheless'".lie  waited quietly, hopefully.  Each looked but of their/own window. The Jura mountains'were massing themselves one against another in a  reckless desire to become Alps as soon  as possible, and the Albarine.was run  in  his  eyes  deepened   with  aa   uuai*-  gui-.ed  mixture of amusement and  interest.  'Aaoiaer tunnel.  "Our lumps seem  to have been forgotten."    (His voice.)  "Evidently."   CKer voice.)  He  knew from  the sound that she  had turned toward him to speak.  Then they came into the daylight  once more and rolled swiftly above the  Vezeronce. -*   ���  "We really ought (o have a lamp."  he said anxiou-dy. "The tunnels are  many between here and Bellegarde.''  She looked nt him furtively,' and he  caught her eye and smiled openly.  "Don't be frightened, though," he  said, with ready reassurance. "I am a  married man."  Some curving lines crept between her  eyes and lips.  "I'm married, too," she responded.  They exchanged glances.  ~With a  roar the train  plunged  Into  darkness again.  When it Hew forth a chance passing  cinder would have perceived that he  had changed his seat to one by her  side; also that her face was flushing."  "Do you know," he said, "when I got  in I was fairly frightened at your lofty  bearing."  "Were yon?" she said. "How nice!  I "wanted to" frighten you. I've read  that is the proper feeling for ladies to  try to inspire when they find themselves alone with a man."  "Are    vou     often    successful?"     he  queried.  She bit her lip.    Then:  '���So," she answered  frankly. i  He'took her hand in his. '  '���Tell   me.", he said earnestly,  "were  you ever successful?"  She hesitated, and her uesJtutlou .was -  suddenly swallowed iu another roar of  engulfing blackness. '  "Go  on,"   be   whispered.     (Whispers '  rush in where*angela fear to tread.)  "Well," she replied slowly, "once be-  fore    today���only    once, t mind    you���I  ������rent through n'tunnel with a man"���    j  She stopped. , '  ������Oh.  the  unfeeling  brute.'"   he  cried j  impetuously.  ' The train came forth to the sunlight  i-.ouce.. more.  '"Is my hat on straight?" she' asked  i demurely.  "Ves, it's straight," he said, "but it's  meant to go a little tippy, isn't it?"  "Hand me the mirror out of your valise." she said.    "I think i"d beticr see'|  for myself."  He stood up and proceeded to seek  (he article demanded.  "I suppose I may as well haul them  down. We get off at Bellegarde, you  know."  "Yes." she replied. "And I do hope,  dear, that I never in nil my life shall  be so mad again as I was at you when  1 got on to this train."  He kissed her, laughing.  "You were mad," he said. "You were  just awfully 'mad. I wondered if you'd  ever speak to me aguin."  "I don't care."' she said, smiling and  pouting at once. "I wanted to go by  Nantua, and you knew it."  ...   180 LITTI^BLOfli.  Is theCauseof Mo'-tofti,...,.  in    Everyday   Life-i "'"  the MoodandDiseased  Not Exist,  CAUSES  OF COLDS.  One of the Moot Common of Them  Is  i l��atiiigr  Too   .Much.  The Invariable cause of colds comes  from within, not withouT. No one take*  rold when in a vigorous state of health,  with pure blood coursing through the  body, and there ds no good reason why  any one in ordinary health should have  a cold. It may come from insufficient  exercise, breathing of foul air, want of  wholesome food, excess of food, hick of  bathing, etc., but always from some  violation of the plain laws of health. -���  There can be no more prolific cause  of colds (ban highly seasoned foods.ns  well as frequent eating. These give no  time for the digestive organ-* to vq^I  and incite an increased flow of tbe digestive secretions. Thus larger quantities of nourishment are absorbed than  can be properly utilized, and the result  is  an obstruction,  commonly  called a  "cold.",which is simply an effort of the   iil I weighed only nin,.;  J   doctored a gr^nt, d��,  not seem to do me iih[  due to an Incapability of the organism   tJlen    ftdvip(-'d     1"  U  to regulate and compensate for the disturbance.  A deficient supply of pure air to the  lungs is not only a strong predisposing  S'V  vmmmsk  '''-hor  It  ^ or JUi  a  system  to expel' the  useless  material  Properly speyiking, ii is self poisoning  I    Among    the    m  testify to the tu!  Pink Tills as a rj;or t ���.  is  Miss  Maiy   Jar I ���<���>',  Ont.,  who says -���-������]   ���'  Williams' Pink I\i]*.  such groat benefit   fi(������  ,  consider  it mv    dun-  "Vi ',"������'T''  know their  worth.     i 0P   ,."' ''  three years I  sufirri-f t,',,,^  and   grew   so  wc-al-;    -h^  scarcely    walk about t'-e an  had no color in mv fl(r.>   ,.,-.-  gums   were  bloodl.-s*,  ]']'' '  bition,  suffered     n V!u h.ai-��,  dizziness, and fell fU.iv )n T. i  f..ur |  1,'H      ���  O'-ill      I  yy.  abfe(  yy  &Hi  Pink Pills   and    befoi .  j them ten days  I  felt   i��� .  people could see  h eiia> <  continued  using  the p,i;  ". ,!l!; I  [Weeks  and  am  now  cau<*e of colds, but a prolific source of jhealih.       Every  depie  i^-j^verJsj-u.rV;*  ;��s*ig|itpiiii  &?rwhfnjgfaS  ;itiiddlc?^S  ZfbotedS|��g  %_w$kwm  W&hWm  5#csttesMaxi  fvSrylWi  ywellfplIiiS  y,3/f- -'���-��� '^h-J-r >yifc��*vi��'-  much graver conditions. Pure air,aud  exercise are necessary to piepaie the  system' for the assimilation of nutriment, for without them lhere can be no  vigorous health. The oxygon of the  air we breathe regulates the appetite  as well as the nutriment that Is built  up in the system.  The safest and bc*t way to avoid  colds Is lo sleep in a room with the  windows wide open and io tenia in out  of doors every day, no ma tier what  may be the weather, for at least two  hours, preferably wiih some kind of  exercise, if no more than walking. One  should not sit (town io vc<x while the  feet are wet or the clothing damp. A  person may go with tlie clothing wet  through ro the skin all day if he but  keeps moving. Kxercise keeps up the  circulation and prevents taking cold.  The-physiologic care of coldu is the  prevention of the occurrence. The person who does not carry around an over-  supply of aliinculation in his system  and furthermore secures a purified circulation by strict, sanitary cleanliness,  thus placing himself in a positive condition, is immune to cold<. A starving  man cannot take cold.   , '  A careful diet would oxi-lnde (he u��-e  of all narcotics'and all food that is not  thoroughly appropriated. An overfed  person is worse off than one who ii underfed, because the overfed boely ii  taxed to dispose of what cannot be appropriated and, when not properly disposed of, remains only to be an element  of danger.���Science of Health, ��  imjr.  ;f>lr,:,  ak lihii-  :,toni.  has  passed  away  and  fourteen  pounds  m w.,,..;,���  there  is  no    medir.j.i. ',  Williams'   Pink   Pill*   {i���,i  recommend them to (>n ..v,  ing  girls!"  Miss   Jackson's    exp.-rkno.'  bring -hope   fo   all    w ,.  V,,.V  girls and  women.      y,},,..   |'M"  have   done  for   ln-r  th,-,   -rtllj  others.       Every  U"-v ad.i  vigor to the blood and k-  a glow  of bealih   if�� -ithov.- d,'  sparkle  to  the ^-v..- ,m,] u ^  ness to pallid  lips       No'oth.r  cine has dong, so n.iuh to brio  fort  women  .pills n fair trial  aim i.cv  n ,iit||  strength will  he yom*       ,'),)  copt any pink i-oluinl  .i!,*-i>  genuine     pills    alw.i".   |.,v.  name    "Dr.  William*.' Pi-,. |  Pale People"  prmt-.l o, i  around every box.    >,-:,! i\  dealers every when-. .-   .-. ,���  cents a box or six !.o\,-s f.i,  writing     The   Dr.- \\,h.j((*  Co,, Brockville, Ont."  chahgcd>t|i  " naturcdj^J  ; slecp^ffour  liiothei;^  .neetleeU'reS  v)i  but,KM^:i  y rh"<&r&ft<;  1 -i"f?^o;J-i.9  - y^initoa  yb.M'VW'g  '" ��o"& *o mi.ui to briar r ,.?v .^stioWiVl  nnd health to w..jk r.rl, c \,.&��i$M  n.    _ Ii you  ate n )i,.e K;,     hy0U?��U;  'e ;,'j;,it4j,.'.i.v~l K^r~*"f&&/x��jiirit11'  'f;wM��ap  1 r��ii��fiHRii  S(>\or    jurlge   woiufi  their  wrappers.  '.H.irs' \iy  mmim  , ning from one side of the track to the  new member to proceed in order.    With i other as if in till its previous course of  existence it had never seen a railway  a sweeping and courteous bow. which  has since become famous, C'nnnpri said:  "If the venerable and august gentleman who is such a stickler for the rules  will bear with me, I beg to inform him  tliat ho lie's under a mistake.'"���'World's'  ���Work, : ���   .'  .Ci-ttitiK   His   Tee di   oil   K litre.  When the new.hoarder .arrived din-  n.-rvs-as, ready,-to he served, and ihe  hostess, Wishing tb'givo him lime"to  aiTiingc/ his toilet, courteously delayed  the. repast a-few "minutes..". As he'did  not put in an ai!p,caraii<;e..pi'omj)l''ly'-after the ringing of itie,second be|'|,,,uid-as'  the old boarders-had ussem!iied,at ba-  ble, the boarding im'sti-'iss sent Bridget,  a recent ini|.brtafioh, from the 'Emerald'  Isle, to,tell him that din ner was re-adv.  ���When 'the waitress .knocked, the now  boarder Was unpaeUing his valise. Responding ton second'kiio.ck. he stood at  tli.e.donr holding a set. of false -teeth in  one hand-and,, a nail tile in (he other  and said: ���'���'.*������      .  , ���     '..''.  "Yes, fl] be down in a minute."  The domestic stared at him jh'amV/.e-'  meiit. and returning to the dining room  annoiiiie-ed sharply-;.--  "Ile-irbe down, ma'am, as soon as he  sharjiens his teeth."���New York Press. '  Mnn-in;.'c   Suih-i-sI i( ions.  Matfimo'n.v is surrounded with superstitious, many of which apply only to  the marriage .ceremony. The''wedding  ring is made plain and thick only foT-  the reason that its thickness and plainness secure H against breakage, for to  break'it is the very worst of luck for  both, bride and groom. 'White is Ihe-  best color to get: married in. but a widow may marry in any color save yellow. Should a bride drop one of her  gloves woe betide'her! She -must exercise great' care in getting in and out of  her carriage, and a false stop is an ill  omen which brings misfortune.  train before  Suddenly they were swallowed up in  a tunnel, and (he girl gave a quick,  startled cry.  "It's v.'ej'w short," he said politely.  ..-' She did not answer.  They came out into the light again  and stopped, at Art more. He let down  the window and leaned out, that being  the favorite recreation of the continental traveler. The village was overflowing with soldiers, cockades, bands and  wine. '������'  "It's the day of the lot drawing for  the army," be said as he drew In his  head and raised the sash again. Ilia  (one was disinterested in the extreme.  "And that's Mont Colombier on. your;  side," he added. "���  She  looked  at  Mont  Colombier  and  said  with a chill haughtiness, "Thank  ��� yon."   . '���.''./������  Tho valley of tho Albarine wa3 beginning to merge into the'grander valley pf'the Rhone, the latter river sweeping broadly beside the railway, while  the/Aips; increasing Avith each nearer  view, loomed heavily above. "    -. .  "The finer view is on this side," he  remarked kindly. She did not turn her  head.        .  "I'll sit'on-that side If I ever return  this way," she murmured.''  The (rain stopped at Culoz, and he  left the car and smoked a cigarette on  the platform of the gare. !;  ���When he climbed in again she glanced  at him about halfway to his knees, and  ho felt he had mado some progress.  "Tlio next is Scyssel," he announced  rheerful.'y: "the half on the opposite  bank is iu Savoy." j  She looked across at the Savoy half  of So.vsse!, and lie contemplated her  full I'aee for two seconds.  "How Interesting:" she commented  coolly and turned to the French half.  lie pulled his ui'isiache. aud the color  HI si I n ��-   a n tl   Co nkllnf.  The first speech I hoard Mr. Blaine  make after I entered the senate "was at  the called session of 1879, when he replied fo Senator Hill of Georgia on the  amendments proposed by the Democrats ' to the army appropriation bill  which -prohibited...the appointment of  supervisors and United States murshals  to be present at the polls. He was not  an orator, but a strong, Incisive and  attractive speaker, who prepared himself thoroughly and was quick to see  the most vulnerable point of attack,in  the enemy's lines.  The seat of Koscoc Conkling, Blaine's  most inveterate enemy, was on tbe  Republican side of the aisle in the senate chamber, while Blaine occupied a  seat on the same row, but some distance east of that occupied by Conkling.  The debate had become very warm,  and as Blaine, in his excitement, advanced toward Conkling and the Democratic side of the chamber, shaking  his fist defiantly, at his opponents and  hurling invectives at  the Confederafc-  I'oiaunoua   mill    Hnrmiens   Snoket,  There is n certain physiological difference between the poisonous and  harmless snakes which exists very  pin inly in their manner of dentition.  All snakes are objects of aversion mid  dread to mankind, so much so that to  be bitten by a snake has at times been  so fearful to the victim us to have produced death although the biiake was  harmless. Such is tho instinctive dread  with which these reptiles arc thought  of that it may be desirable to have  some easy mode of distinguishing the  one kind from tho other. This distinguishing characteristic is afforded by  the teeth. In all poisonous snakes  there are only two rows of teeth, the  fang or s'iiugs being arranged either  within (he two rows or outside of them.  The harmless snakes have four distinct  rows of teeth, and ivhen the bite shows  this kind'of wound and not any single  deeper or larger puncture there need  be no apprehension.  In  localities  whren' i.i-.'i  Russia.     watch      to.i.��  out"*i'le   the  oVern,ei * };.v  a lookout  for forest ;,)������*  MOWS  W��   offer  On  any ca��t>  of  Cat  Hsvll'a < Cmt&rrh  ���'. '-WV'clerirt?1  ;.yrdcnrfi,  TH.S7 ^ssaaJi  Wb. lh�� unilenilim'd, kft,�� kno��n f .'{ y^fCTftjSS  Cbener for th�� la.it 15 ymr��. mil, t*il���� la -JtBaWalgl  fcrffctly honor*!.!* In all bus'nrs* .rvufla .'J^^\i_S  md flr.��-nclally able to curry out any obllntt*,    .,Vvv*TaUi$  m���A��  HtU  - Wnlkintr   for   Mnlnrln.  Obstinate cases of malaria that have  withstood the ocean voyages, mountain  heights and quinine dosing are said to  have been conquered by systematic and  ! continued walking. What the malarial  patient wants most to do is (o sit indoors, nurse his aches and pains or io  lie down and doze.    Advocates of (he  . . ., walking cure maintain that fresh air is  brigadiers, as he called them, Conkling. an antidote not onlv to tbe malaria It-  forgetting for tbe moment Blaine's tur- self, but to the blues, which usuallv'  key gobbler speech In the Thirty-ninth accompanies  it.    Their  advice  to  the  congress, when they were both members of the house of "representatives,  suggested another poiat to his old enemy, which Blaine,accepted with alacrity, and this was the only time In  fifteen years when the two had spoken  to each other.���George G. Vest lh .Saturday Evening-'Post.  Won   Ilia   Oct.  "Daddy," said a boy to his father.  "I've got a pencil which will write  green, purple, crimson or any color you  like."  "Not.the same pencil; my eon."  "You daren't bet me a dime it won't,  daddy." y  "I'll give you "a dime If It will.*' said  the old man.  The youngster dived into; his pocket,  produced the stump of a common lead  pencil and wrote on a pie'ee of paper  the_words, "magenta, green, crimson,  purple." etc., ' -  "There, daddy. Say1 it won't write  any color you like now. Fork over that  dime."  sufferer Is to dress up warmly if the  weather is damp or rainy nnd go out (o  walk. Wear flannel next (o the skin,  stout shoes and simple hat. , If It is  warm, dress lightly, but carry a wrap  to throw around the shoulders against  drafts anel too rapid cooling off. When  one comes to think of It, (here tire few  maladies on earth that fresh uir and  moderate exercise are not geiod for.  tar   tHrecUr'tipon   the   blow J   at.-',   nucou K"  ttwwM   of   the   ��y,stem.    1> rum ,Mi'-< ����m .m  ����rlo. lie per bottle     Sold tv ,'J1 Dr-in <��  Hall's Family Pills i*r�� '.'" l��--t.  Solving   a    fi.'-.rnt   ProDlcm.  Some years ago s luii.u-. must dli��T'  ered the utility of tinfoil lor ivrapplnj  tobaccos.    Thereiofote pjji-r had use.  exclusively u*,,d for the pori.o>e, but II  did not serve to keep tlii- uioUtur. ot  the atmosphere away fiotn tbe tobacco  nor preserve  the  m.uir.il  moisture ot  the tobacco fiom ihe effects of a ilrj  or heated alme*f.lieio.   Paper ulsoalr  sorbed tho aioni.t ��i the wood nnd if��  not sufbcienUy  l:i��.ii��^. therefore tin  foil was used M wiappers.   Hut it been me costly and c.uld only be roiled"  a  certain   thinness,   bejonJ ^Inch t��  ingenuity of man *eeiued to mid It In-  possible to go.    The fait w.n itat w  rollers  could  be   made  to siiitajn   ne  procure necessary  to ma*lii'-U -he un-  foil to a lenf sufficiently iluu to suit ��������  manufacturer. ' , ,  Many   ingenious  inventors struggw  with  tho proposition  for inouihs ay  ur.*.ulvaul?,  mm  ,-te#&��;'%j"iSt;  fimtyblljs  gave   up   the  problem  as  when a simple workman about tlif.M  one day, after rolling two ^icis tot..  sheet) ���  botti  '���'b��   Spfctroscoiic.  Originally the spectroscope was np-  plled only to chemistry, and in that  limited field proved itself an Invaluable aid in accurate analysis.1 By holding In a IJunsen flame n platinum wire  moistened by contact with the skin the  presence of a few grains of salt swallowed-a' few minutes previously can be  detected with the spectroscope. Indeed, so wonderfully, refined is the  work of the spectroscope chemist that'  lie can discover In a substance the pros,-,  ence of one. three-inilllotifh of a grain  of metal.  customary thinness, put the two  together into the rollers nnd mJ*l  half its-thin as they were before,  was as simple as standing uu ^B ��  end. but it created a revolution iu tl'  manufaclure of tinfoil for tobarconM*  use and made u miut of utuMJ ^ *"  discoverer.  The Empress ,.C .l.ip.m "' '  ooo worth of cloth.-. .<"'��   ' ���" l" ',  She  onlv   roiisonts   to  ui'l����* ���'   "'  li,-   clothed    in    the   imiinon"-_"  unlive count rv  one  m a   \' ;i'  SSfiexfiell^jj!  ^sft^prisiitiji"  fg^inliilSihfj  y-igspvereij?  ^S$Yio&rii&}.  ���re'���.,".*;���''iiF.'-uWftiv  ;;y;jMminati  :bisSS:iSf;fp  gjaffias&thcj  mmkM  "$MmiM  yg#i'i%iti  'waftcr  rivers  ; ri^veVi;  "f ,fy* .  sjftio  "��� ��� mono  'If A,  Of   Course   Ue   Could.  "I'm dreadfully worried. I haven't  heard from George for three whole  days."  "Hut he's on the ocean and can't  write till he reaches the other sideb*  "Nonsense! CouldnH lie put the letter in a bottle and (brow It overboard?  I've often read of such things."���Xew  York Evening Journal.  Dili n't   See 'TIiciii.'  "How   did   your   nephew's   wedding  pass off?'* ":.'���'���'  "dust splendid."  "Were there any contretemps?"  "1 don't think so.    I  didn't, see any.  You see, we had the church thoroughly  cleaned   up   before   the   wedding   look  place."  . Ossi.JId.  "Did you ever lose yourself in any,of  the great roles you assumed?''  ''Well," answered Mv. Stormington  Karnes, "I wasn't exactly lost, but I  have found It pretty hard to get home,"  ���Washington Star.  'J'liclr   Ilnitle.  "Their marriage was a hasty affair,  I   understand." -  "Vox. indeed. They (old the minister  to hurry, as they had engaged a cabman by the hour."  Custom  may lead a man Into many  errors, but it justifies none.  We know what all good doctors think of Ayer's Cherry  Pectoral.' Ask your own doctor and find out.  He will ecu  '' *y- /,  ��ctoral  you how It quiets the tickling  throat, heals the inflamed  lungs, and controls ^e  hardest of coughs.  J.' Ay-erM Cherry rectoral li well ***?����  our fsmlly.   We thlnlc It U the be��t i"*"11  In thtlworld for coucha nnd colds. c,l  Kjitij. ATrEaoN, r.ulnms, e��  '^Ji^��lig8i!iSi�����. ff/Mr ___^l��i"i-i-m'  ard Coughs  I'M  'J  w   Usra.  / l��o��  ��Sa  On�� of Ayor's Pills at bedtime"  haston   recovery.   Gently Ift**11" SlS"iSWBj^aaiw..��-.,.:;:'' '  H^lfe.  BLOOO, '  !.oft,,L,'Mife  '"^���"'mprin,.  iseass Wi]|'  tst.  >������*,.,.  '   1':   -.,  r-rj ......  '".   N'j:j,.  .- of'timt^W0-3-  zmsmir  with  /  I^vervs'Uxy-^oav-a P��:bder;)ie     ,.,eatest  .   mdve,-.r/thKgrease     wi.h     tlie     j, .,  ',  easey^jfoyr-r,'    V^^otl1iiteis7ealculatc(rto jar a m��u  li^��&orts of a bald-iie,ded bar-  THEY ClJRg MEN  AND WOMEN TOO  S&iaz&'A  EACH COLOR TO ITSELF.  ��cts Over  How the CJioroIcec No lion  D,o  Kstce  Prolilem.  problem   In   the  Cherokee  genera!  satis-  Dodd's    Kidney    Pills    Keep  Their Good Work in  Newfoundland.  Up  RAT CATCHING  IN  CHICAGO.  The   race  \-ation is solved .to the go  three   races  concerned  mixed bloods. In  &Hi  e ao  ice, ;iiiy j  .l;-.;l0St '  '- teajlacii  i.V. ih./weioli  Pty-fotr '  ''��',;;..jj!.it,  '.v.-'irooi''  y :"in-.; Vry  ���"!    'f;     '  "i'ii-U  iilit'C  f.Cll/.  jrenerailgfeho'ws^as  much  as'''sne>^in^Tirl   is   some  fo^y^S^ik  1  X* ?^j" 0 "fV'^kF^it**?  of he>- feet  times   bare-  faction of  the  and the intermediary  of. homes   the  Cherokee  mostly in  the   location  full  bloods and   negroes are  Tbe  intermarried  whites  img.  find'-'T  i��'i^y;Ree^dibw  promptly  it \ull    nt  ;s^i��y" ^r^JX  W-^ r.rl-y/yJW^ibmiiUarrhoea,   sii  They  alwnys  liana  settlements,  largely are In the towns and territory  contiguous to'each other. The Cherokee speaking citizens much0 prefer to  associate together.  In the nation (here are thirty schools  attended by full blood Cherokee children and seventeen by negro children.  The negro-blood schools are not so by  legal requirement, but as a corollary  of their preference to live near each  other. The Cherokee and negro do nob  intermarry or socially mingle. Two  seminaries aud an orphan asylum are  attended .by full bloods and mixed  bloods only, the colored fdgh school by  negroes only.  In the Incorporated school "districts  whites and Indians attend the same  schools, aud race prejudice anil undue  fooling on either side are being lost  in fellowship and friendship cultivated  iu the class room and on the playground.  Both sides are better satisfied iu the  coiiibined schools than when they are  kept ���separate., Full bloods seem to  mingle as freely with white renters and1  their families of good character aa  they do with mixed bloods.  Of (he 3S.S00 citizens of the Cherokee'  Nation the best statistical information  gives about S.riOO' full ..bloods, 3,200 intermarried whites, 22,800 mixed bloods  and   -1,000    freedinen,  1 is Yon ieesfofiThasa Wireless  t  sssagis  ?  j  ClirlKtoplier Bishop Telia How Ills ,TVife  and IJrotlier Weie Brought Hack to  lleitllli and Vigor. '  Clark's Beach, Xfld., February 29 ���  (Special)���Among the splendid cures  made by Dodd's Kidney Pills in Newfoundland is that ol !Mrs. Christopher  llishop, of this place. The story of  her suffering and cure is told by Lor  husband 'as follows :  "My wife suffered for three years  with a weakness in the lower part of  her back, followed by a (>m.ivonng,  causing weakness. ,>Har k*j.;*j were  swollen from her knees to the f'vt,  and she had a pain in the leit side  just under Lhe ribs.  "Two doctors attended her. but  failed to cure kor, v.lion she decided  to use Dodd's Kidney Pills. The results were wonderful, and now, alter  using fi\e boxes, the swelling and  weakness are gone, and the pain fis  gone with them.  "My brother suffered too from a  heavy pain in the bitck, and four doctors failed to give- lihn relief. Eight  boxes of liodd's Kidney Pills made  him a new man."  If you don't cure the pain'in jour  back'by using Dodd's Kidney I'iils it  will grow "into something uor.*e���  Dropsy or Rheumatism or Bright's  Disease.  (I'.-liV-M  '-" ���'..-.-jvillo.-CQ-iJfe   Uu.jve     on     disappoint-  The  elevator   man   give-,   rsmiu*   peopled lift and runs other people <!,,>  \V,lien a  woman wears a ik*w  church she. doesn't euro how Ion  sermon is.  hat  ihe  '^���llP'  '.'H.irs' \iy  cam for femi-  g-$��l��sWts3&t��-  I *- %ON^Spme  NOT  pe. *��onc>.  ;���),..! S  -   andjrptKto puigauNC  -s.it>  VlOl.nVT   IN   A.C-  ulien   they   wi<-n  ���aonmch.  .eso.trtO(Opsoin  scr\e no  reproduces 1  ;nolvby ccrti ^M^^V^^^m^'--:  *' CO., Tol^MfS?3^^^^j:''-'-;  known,', F,  ,' slnclj'bflltYt iii  lines* '"tnur.nrtla  iti't ihy/obllhttw  "i'jiTrausS^are    con\e\<ci   aci o*>��    I->f*ke  - v^-9*W,        lh0 trans-Siberian    rail-  ^mim^  *#*&  of a steamer.  ;way^��nea ns   . '���: i?fa?f��bv     the     best way lo  k  ,11  a  a'sg-lsl-s,; ToWiti j  ;n Iti'terMlli-, >"���,'.;  ' and rnucOBl K*.!  no-rials .smi/iAi.:  all DrJffKH ���, :  best.    '-"-.���    .-.  rrotllcm, '��� ���,  .cvou'ist dliai. ;  I for wrapplnj :  ���tjx>r liaeJ, been,,  purpose, but. lb  ,e uioUWteot  mitbe.-tobacS)  j. moisture of,  eefs of' a -rj;  ���aper also ab->  iv bed aud in)  th ere fore tin- j  rs.-'-'liut.itW;  ly.be rolled Hi  rid wutcb tki .  l" to find It ."in-"'  t was mtw  .0 ��� sustain tlis  isulus'uie'un-.  riii'n to suU-..t.u��  (bra struggled  ;���.: months- 'mil,:.  4-^MobiSm raves'  Woiru K.cic  i-liO^"cioaiy>o   ilestiovmir   wo  * -Uren'9ai|fl  nclults      See  that  r, fecnuinalMhen  purchasing  -^    ,- '"*MM   ������   ffoira K.ct-cnninator has  rnis m clul-  yoii  get   the  The   "ScrappI**."  The Philadelphia  scrapple season In  now at its height,'and in the three or  four big scrapple factories of tbe city  about 50,000 pounds of the delectable  compound are produced weekly.    Each  factory   prides  itself   on  the   peculiar  flavor of its scrapple, just as breweries  pride themselves on (he flavor of (hen*  beer.   There arc, indeed, scrapple connoisseurs in  (his city, men who. when  a  dish of  t*crapplo is feci veil (o (hem,  cau say uneriing'.y, "This Is I^rown'ts"  or /'This is SmlthV or "This is Jones/ .  scrapple."     Many   Pennsylvania   farrn-'  or-*.   (00,   make  the*-:-  own   brand   and  (alee a pride in it and have a host of  followers who declare there Is no scrapple like Farmer Alburgor's or Farmer  Scliullz's or  Farmer Diffenderfer's, us  the case may be.    Scrapple is shipped  in   refrigerator cars  to  many  distant  s(a(es   and   in   many   ditlerent   cities  Philadelphia scrapple is a favorite dish  upon  the   breakfast  menu.  1  Pile   Terrors   Sv/ept  Away.^  Dr. Ajtnew's Ointment btnnds at th* lion'  ns 11 reliever, liculer. and uuro cur�� for  Pile." in all forms. Ono application will  ci\e comfort in a few minutes, juid tbr����  lo six days' application according to di  reciions ��ill cure chronic cases. It relieves nil itching and burning *ldn dl��  eases in  a day.     35 cents ���79  Tt   seems    impossible  to   give  J'"11''  word and keep  it. but it   i*"'L'  Eveiv   man   keeps  a   larure  stoik   "  .idvice  on hand  to  gi\i- a way.  "Bought    my    Life ,   for    35  cents."'-- This wa'3 ow   mnns way  piutini-'lt when he had he-en pronounced  u in able from , chronic dyspepsia ^ 3 .  vns a living death to me ����lllTIa.1t"p,'  1), Von Stan's Pineapple TahW-t*  Thanks to them to-day I am well, end I  tell mv friends. I bouclit my lit? for ,*53  cents "     CO in  a  box..���80,  The   Modern   Wuyc aZ   Seourlns   Ku-  dt-n.t.s  Alive-.  Rat catching in Chicago of late year*  is becoming one of- its necessary and  paying vocations. Hearing that one of  the settlement houses down iu the lx-art  of the city was to be the scene of operations, we put on short bkirts and  proceeded to the spot.  After waiting some time,tbe ratcatcher and bis assistant finally appeared,  and we immediately lost" to the occasion and incidentally to lhe table.  I-'rom this stronghold we watched the  rat catcher in chief don a pair of long,  heavy, felt boots which ho smeared  plentifully with some thick and sth ky  substance, 'then be placed himself in  the1 middle of. ihe door, onutiouuis llH  not to make a sound, while the assistant turned out all the lights and  opened the doors back and front.  After waiting perhaps five minutes,  though It seemed mure like an hour.  we heard a faint squeak and scurrying, then more squeaks aud scurrying.,  and iu the dim light we could see little black bodies with Wing tails circling round and round the man ,in tl.e  boots until it seemed as though an  army of them was there. The lapping  of tiny feet, scratching, rusthngs, and  the little thuds'of falling bodies made  the air hideous. We drew our diw-es  tighter and wondered what was going  to happen iif?xt.  Suddenly the assistant scratched a'  match and lit the gas, and what a  scene was there! The chief rat catcher stood like the "Pied Piper* of Ilame-  lin," with a scrambling mass of charmed rats about bis feet. Quickly thecas-  sistant slammed both doors, and, while  the little animals were ���blinded with  the light, the two men produced each  a pair.of.long pinchers from their pockets and proceeded to catch the rats by  their long, wiry tails 'and deposit them  in two big sacks. As (hey nipped them  up, squealing and wriggling,  ed. There were just ninety-six  t-k���,> tiiri f.wi.-*;  which were 01 it..  led  Thay Are About Youf Health,  When your health goes th& least bit wrong, a ��u;cic�� message  is seat to >uur brain.  It says something- like this:  " You are not quite well-take a dose of  at once and It will put you right-"  - Do you attend to these messages when you ���ceive tt*rn?  You should do so. BEECH AM'S PILLS often prevent a serious  illness, and so prove themselves  "WORTH A CUIKEA A BOX.  In Crnief. and tl. S. Am-rlc     In bo��B, 23 cent..  it  Sold by all Dragf-lsts  njoy Every  iO-CIGAR  I Of it.  we count-  . . .   iix. ,  "When the sacks, which were of leather, had been securely tied^we craw  down from our perch and asked tlfeiu  what they were going to do with their  ���'catch/'  Tvi'  iffrbRTICR LTPJIONTREAL,  man of the boots,  '���.m  alive and sell  Of course  tbe  is to eat, it.  way   to  serve  dinner  $l��fw$b:ould   draw  elvecks  ns  ea-uly  'a.4wc^clrav>   unkind  mioronces,   ae.to-  *-molfll<K# wo"W     he     as  cmumvi  as  '^tfe-  I  *;rTh#g"Wat   tunc  nolle,   .s  found  in  that I  /-excoHerttr.i.eflit.n-  -old   .-s    V^1* ^   '>",V  "OdnBUinplixe  S\iuP      It  s-o-jthi>s     ml  < 1  "intalrtjm lhe  sens.l.d.tj   ol   Ute ...em .rant  OfTthCTtlnoat  oikI   air  pussi,!i.��    i nil  is  ��  ^sovereign   le.ncsly   fo.   nil   coujlw.   c,.W��  noa>se.ress.     p.1.11     or    sums,     in     Uh��  'Cheat'fhr.iiu-hi!.  ' whenf m.nno'''<i  ' consumption  (\c     It   litis cmed   nmn>  Ui    h<*    I"'"    mh uncoil    ic  nif|:'  '*'OhQs"df   the   curious   things  about   a  Vtliv^ho    wonts    to  bin. iw   ���t����.t*iOx  frbmlypu  io-iU.\     is  lis  e.o'.o.   ildv,!  m'matibji  lo  pay  it hoik  l,,-.noiiox.  ��� i;y ��� ���   S.1WI3  Wi  y- Tn,'almost evci v -fhooi m .I.ipm n  is^thV-'cnsto'ii ow (I.11   in tne .iniiunn  Vio}���a��c   the   pii|uK  o"t   >.iblut  rin_y"-lon    aivitlun    nmsli. 1 o-n  \s 11 h   paper   hint -rn  EiiKlnntl's   <��Underimlil"   Cl����rU��.  English   goveinment   clerks   do   uot  serve an unappreci.itive nation. A chief  cleik in the estate duty ofhee at Somei-  set House receives $4,000 a year for his  work during the seven hours of each  lawful day (except Satuulay)  from 10  o'clock till o.  lie has lately enjoyed in  addition the valuable privilege of work-  lug overtime at double rates, aud the  opportunity  has  been turneel  to most  profitable account.   One chief clerk iu  six  months  earned  $1,500  extra.   For  this addition to his emoluments he remained 'on..'duty till 8 o'clock Instead of  going home at 5.  Two principal clerks,  with salaries of $3.;>00. received ?72o  each extra, while two assistant principal clerks, with sahuies of $2,S00, bad  A school-teacher says there is no  fixed nilc for telling bow many rods  it la'ses  lo make a .wiseacre.  "fity   Kidneys are  ad Wrong!  flow i.ha.11 1 ineuro best results In ,the  hhoi t,esl lime '! '' 11 stands to rei-.soii  that a liquid specific of the unauestion-  alile merit of South American Kidney  Cure will go more direct,y and uuiil-i  to Lhe sent ofothe trouble than the "pill  jorni" treatment,' and when it striken the  spot there's healing In  an  in��tant.���7S ,  Why,"  said  the  "niebbe we'll skin  tho pelts."  '     "  '"What Tor?" <  ''"Oh, fee kids' shoes and mitts," he replied.  When we ventured to inquire what  he smeared on his boots���uot that, we  ever wanted to use it���heaven forbid���-  he answered:  "That's lellin', and Ave don't tell."���  Chicago Post.  Try    OQILVIE'S  'ROYAL HOUSEHOLD'  A Perfect FLOUR For  BREAD and PASTRY JI  Sold��� in original packages  only-- by all dealers.  0GILYIE'S= Millers to H. R. IL The Prince of Wales.  U.vthoi tlvnri have, bis home go uj  .n the air, many a man puts a heavy  mortgage on  it.fo hold it down.  m.  1     t^'w* |Jl.W���   francs and went up to  1   King   Peter  and  his  StGo each.  hunt  lll!.'l Ills  pfcWflbt.  The, lowci  nlyalil?,  y employ  -itiii '  classes ol   tho  haidl.\      ,niv   oth"i-  for  their olothin.  [c,   ui.sunaw   r     ' ^than^papei   lor  uieu   niiiuiu,  nbout tliet-ucp     ;"V^iges !lto  oMoodmgly  low.  1 lo  1 .sheas tot!'*       "%��an1 impossible e\lni\aganco  st'- ."Sj'sW-  l.nuiin^e  111.1101 1.1!  \ilu 1 e  th    is  :i,e two -BliecU  nd made boll  before.   TbH  u'g au s-'gff 0!1  olution 1 u tli-  ��� tohacconlJH'  u'guey for .Ui'  ���at poi tion of Russia  'water n the spring, owing  ,1-ivers overflowing.  is  under  t o    t he  yaasiv  V.^cn   electing a bridge  ' sjilipus   Kuss   1 hiows   :i   piece  "���mbnev into the water.  I\,*&A,'  the Miper-  of  now  A(siletlecSeiintor   Altlrlcb.  There is not n inoie athletic figure in  nil the senate than that of Air. Aland*  of Rhode Island.   He is always trained  down lo Dgbting weight, his step is as  quick and elastic ns a boy's, his bearing  that of a muscular man.    So easily active  und  unconsciously   strong  Is  the  Rhode Islander that there is a fascination  In  watching  him  ou   the  senate  tloor. The secret is said to be In his devotion   to   the  undent  game  of   golf.  Near  his   residence  In  Providence  he  possesses expansive acres on which are  hia own private  links.   Many a morning during the  long summer and autumn months tinds him bright and out  Iv whacking the elusive ball aud elms  lug h ��P bill and down dale.  A' DiNapn bin ted   American.,  , The government ot  Servia  will  not  let tbe American who  wanted to buy  the furniture of King Alexander's and  Queen    Draga's    bod    and    wardrobe  rooms -,at   the   Belgrade   konak'  have  them.    He offered successively 300,000  francs, 400,000  50.0,000   francs.     ..   w  ministers think it would never do to  let   them   be   taken   over   the.Uuited  States "and then possibly over Europe  as a show.   This is the first time they  have evinced a sense of the shame attached    to    the    midnight    enterprise  which, raised rotor to the throne 1  Maschin. and  the   ministers  to    tl  I present grand situations. But as Queen  Nathalie inherits all ber son's fortune  those who slaughtered him and Draga  cannot  prevent   her  bringing  Alexan-  oods  and chattels   to  tnuF OHE 10  HANDLE YOUR SHIPMENTS  00 You Yla.nt&x^^-teVrigiU''  Cash advanced on cousignnnints.      K��ier��ui.��.  Th. oldest .atablished Grain Commission    ��n* s^J  Merchant in Winnipeg SSI* ���      ��"��  Winnipeg. ---*-  Grain  Exchange,  and  their  The secret of popularity is always  to remember what to forget.  If a son doesn't take after his father it is proba-bly because the old  man loft nothing  to  take.  4 Unless the soap you  use has this brand you  are not getting the best  A���li for the Octagon ��"���         dor's  personal   ..  the   hammer.     Should   the   American  in his bid of 500,000  francs  " Bel-  ej  iy  persevere  IllOliS  Dizzy? Headache? Pain  back of your eyes? tfsyour  liver!   Use-Ayer's Pi Is.  Gently laxative; all vegetable,  Sold lor 60 years. "  he will place the government of Be  grade in an awkward position. The  are. as every one knows, desperate!  hard up.���Loudon Truth.    1-  liull nt St; Helena,  cThe presence of the Boer prisoners in  St. Helena caused boom times on the  historic island. It is suffering severely  from the reaction, so that the local paper, the St.  Helena- Guardian, one ot  Foul Breath,  Catarrh, Headache  Arc  banished   by   Dr. Agnew's   Catarr-  1 hal   Powder.    It   relievos  in IO   Minutes.  F .-���'������ A. Bottom, - druggist,, " Coo.kihlro,  Que., says : '"l-'or 20 years I uuf!��red  from Cutiirrh.. My breath was very offensive even to myself. I tried everything which promised nio a euro. In almost all Instances I had to proclaim  them no good at sill. I wns induced to  try Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder. 1  got relief Instantly after, first amplication'. It cured me, and I'tin trtu frdBa  all the effects ot it. . 26  DR. ACHEW'S OINTMENT RELIEVES ECZEMA IN I DAY, 368  There are three stages in .the exist>  once of the, average man when he ia  of particular interest to his community, namely, at his birth, marriage*  and funeral.  The grievance of not a few women  against their Uusbands is that lha  latter give them no ground foi' griev-  lances.  widespread  its  curative  specific,      and  friends it is  tain   that   whoever  once  be  without  it,  Those   who   first  qualities   still   value  it  as  a  while   it   retains   its   old  ever making new.     it U ceruses  It will  not  .The success of an amateur gardener  often depends upon the number and  appetites   of his -neighbor's  clucKons.  all  J. 0. AW0��,  Lew-ell. .Mm*.  c tickling  Inflamed  ���ol's-.tb*  ���nil fcuown 1��  rVt��lttni��, C��l-  , c irKi"-'0"  &��clj,  �������!;  1  jodtlrrio  will  Taiulnir   nt   I) I till t li��>rla.  The hospital report of the metiopol  Han  asylums  boa id  of   London   upon  tho percentage of ci^os of diphtheria  thai lesutt In death shows what u marvelous result has boon wrought by the  ii trod net Ion   of ' antitoxin,  mortality for twoUe joais  Per cent  In fori*  niuitoxhi.   -10 71   3.5 to   -,W i,3   2l)'J5   :04i  2111.1  The   case  lias been:  Per cent  niter  antitoxin.  jWant your nipustache or beard  "a beautiful brown or rich black? Use*  iBUGXiNG'HA'M'SDYE  -"������ ~~  -��� n. r njit-t �� co:. wiiiHoe. it. a.  il   roiini'"--'*'"  . .   ...    ..  .roduce, and" vegetables .are ��� lett to  ���of To biake matters, worse, (he ms  tsof ships-the principalsource of n-  Slo "St; Htonn before the construe-  It a girl   loves  a man and   has his  best  interests    at,    heart,    why does  s  destroys  .kinds     of '   corns  'K^uch rcVTandTaecVunl   remedy  within   reach  ?  TTolloway's      Corn^^Cur^ .���   ^^  aod  would  endure   them  he spoil it all by marrying nun .  a   widow  reflection  1895..  189(5..  1897..  ISO-!..  P'JI .  1000.  ��� t't  Z'i  ���JO  ���0  17  ".0  r.  50  11 Oi  U  .01  II   Careful nursing had done its best by  10-1.    Antitoxin has more lhau halved  the rate in six,years.  '���::-;yi;$��i*sr��e. tn n��;  A'b^;i*'*"i< w a-  A-mm-m  f-onrf and sound  ���������ven fu.t Ion*,  fl.ii. ��n-.��H e.i.l,   in cur   losd  luU���AdUms ff.-llc.  , pliiniMMita, II. S. A. '  FENCE POSTS  Milk varies in viscc  y'si*sw^  ys*?  ISbOL TABLES.  Tlio    Itrtin-nrtrii    ttnlltf-    Cnllciiils-r   Co.  Ipfll  -���b-'y'J,1 H, CLARK, Agent, Winnipeg.  A-Xcw   51111*  Tc��l-r;  ositv with compo-,  sition and tomporaturo. nnd'i now ap-  nri us   called  the  "lacto   viscouietei  P'U    Srded   by   French   P*>-f^'^  the,problem   of   a  simplO  tost  It oonsists of a Cumed con-  ountod on a tripod.-with  outlet.    W'Ucii the  Is  solving  for milk  per rosorvoir in  �� nneKU,M iUbd Sth a sample of the  USED FOURTEEN YEARS WITH  GOOD RESULTS.  711 E, 164 St., New Tart. Sept.��, IW1  DR. B. 3. KENDALL CO.,  Gentlemen :���ItiaTo used j-anr Sr-ann. Cut* on   .... ..���., fnnricon yeari nnd It h��s  'ounil  there is. vpvy nine, nmuseii'ietit beyond  an occasional cricket'match."  srS.-^'^.'rSi.-ss.  1    .1   fn..   iiic   escape  01   i"K  time   required   fo.-   tn-   �����.��.  1  11     ���!   ic   unfed   In   seconds,   M'itu   me  ���IUl"       b .  .1   rof.-i-nce to u table  temperature,  am   '^'^     f ^ c,or.  shows the exact ohaiacter 01 i~  i-espoudim,' to these data.  ueniicm.:.. ���,-.������-- ,���llriCen yean una is u��*  IftUo ��.ftvS0B?f0,,*,runvc> an" lator fdltloa o  B. F.n��BBDt  Urn ������Trontlntj on  <a I.' you klnillr m nil mo ouo,  Buipootf ully your��,  llubl�� remedyjor Sp��7��M.  ��tifioutely rr  Remov��i tjae  Duriible   <;i��*��.s.  Glass of great durability which resists .groat boat as. Well as -"sudden  changes of (omponiture is made front  Brazilian, quart'/, pebbles. The pebbles  are heated'rod hot'iind then thrown into  distilled water. The purest pieces are  next selected and, \Veided with the  oxyhydrogen blowpipe'into long stems  like knitting needles, from which glass  vessels of any shape can bo made. At'.  present the quartz glass is chiefly employed for making laboratory apparatus.  Mx-CJnocn   "Hnrlc.  One of tho most interesting and  charming old ladies in Europe is the ex-  Quoon Mario of Hanover, who at the age  of eighty-five.is now living a quiet and  peaceful, life in a villa ut Gmunden,  close to the castle of hor son, the l>uke  of Cumberland. Her pathetic devotion  to her husband, CJoorge V. of Hanover,  in his blindness and misfortunes has  found im reward In the loving cara bestowed on her by her son aud daughters iii her declining years.  The' heartache of many  has been tempered 'by the  Iha-t she looks her best in blac.i*.  VOIX TITF> OVISaWbnKED.^VhBt. are  il... en uses of desponctency and me.an-  cho'iv A .Hsordered liver is' one caiifio  mi^ii p'rlnio one. .. A' dlsonl**rjd liver  1 oii'i.s  a -dlsorderwl  stomach,  nnd   a.dls-  rdcro..l stonineh means��� disturbance of  the n.'rvous svstem. Hns tmnca tne  whole body Into subjection ���.��nir Oie% ij>  tim -fools' sick oil over. I'liriii'.'lee a Vope-  l.hlp'-'l'illfl "re u recognized remedy .in  ihis sl.iite and .relief, will follow their  use. .    . '  ��� '      .' .    y  When the world is unable to understand  a nmn   it.  dubs him'a   entnk.  Onlv a smart man can conceal from  a woman the fad. that. ho. isn't as  smart as he would wish hor to dunk  he is.'  Don't blame g morriagC'iiMo girl  for parading- her $io-a-wc*ok fathw a*��  a millio'nairo.  Severe colds (ire easily cured hy the  une of Bickle'.s) Auti-ConHunipr.iva Syrup,  a mcelicine of extruordlnarv nunotrutlntj  and healing properties. It is ucknow-  ledned hy thosowho have used It an tii*-  ing tlio best iiiedieine fiold lor cpuidis.  colds, InflamiiiHtlon of the lungs, and all  affections of thn throat and cli��ist.  airrecnbleness to. the taste run lies  favorite with ludipa  and  children,  '.To. got rid of a bore, ask him to  repent.-his'- longest and favorite story  twice.    l%vcn lie cau not, stand  that,..  is /'generally   a   pers.m  A- Tool ,    ......  detects vbur  faults while you  the   act*'of   calling   attention   to  own.  who  are  i  his  it   u  A Chicago lawyer saved a w'rlnw  froni going to jail, and lost his own  liberty.     Sne  married  him.  A married man Is apt to respect  the    superior   wisdom   01*    a  bachelor  Tt takes a grass widow to enpture  the "hay-seed" bachelor.  Consumption  The Lung  Tonic  at once.     It will  strengthen the  lungs and stop tho cough.  Prices' S- C Wki.W & Co. 805  j    25c 50c $1.   Lc^ov.N.V./rorom-o^Can.  A man doesn't sink into a...phonograph for the purpose of trying to  break the record.  Girls, don't monopolize the conversation when a young man calls: give  him  a chance to propose.'  Census taking in .lapan ' is sitnnle  and original,' but .untrustworthy.  Tho houses aro counted, and lor each  of those dwelling-places an average  of five persons are allowed.  \a/   s**>a  U*     IN.O    ��*,-VQ  t|y   IftXfttl.ft  ���--, 'iv'.r-r "-f'^?.  ���/���y^ylilll..  ,.���;��� ':b;;y?||i||;.  |;;-b;Sgii||  b 'b-SssiMM  H0stMff*M(ffilffi0fflra��Tl iilli 1 j.ii     i_Lih.UM:     I     Tho manv fr;et..i3 of   j0;lu   31onnt J i #.&
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icii iu iii< ;r,tnrr:,t ol ;!ic
Mr-yro and Ea -,j Ex\"":*r.;
-   . - ; will "us /beaded to >.i;*:i tbr.f l-,c jus en-
.> ■ -.,*i„ I '-drily re-rivciea :.-j-r. hu att.-icl; of ,-b.c.u-
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ChamLx'ibi"::'-;   Iain    Palm ;
-,-3 j cored him after the best (loot ?r*: in the ' P.  D,   KOFI,   I'lur,
f-*Batc/
s"r it <& co.
r..iTi:r, or snrrcr'r'r'e
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tov.'ii '.'bJor.oiy i:ib.^ bad failed to   ttfve j
rr.W!sn0rS.  TeUcL    The prompt relief   lrom   Jain j
which this liniment   adprdu   is   alone I
worth many times in cost.    Sold by all!
I druggists.    , ■ 'i
Meets bi the /. '
()
i i.i 11 ev'-i.y
.,Ui:day  eviru' iy   ::i I'V.io.l:.
Jsilliiii ii-'- !hiv:i  are, cOi'dmliv in-
led   fo   rl'.'j"'I   i..C'-*s.'  i-i'.-ciin --,
... .yi.oo
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ueeay. xae, .bb 100:
;
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j- orinry \,cs ouc.i a cold month in
I* ("?l 1'ioi. it is Guiu tlio,, people1 iu
1 .t? .o are hi-Liding aiound petitions
.■lung the Govern men!, to cut Febru-
,   i-'OtTn io 11 days ii. m tin re.'
. *g*^jj*atv^wsr*:aTr rj*.zi».,*j«^ ite?a,via.- • '
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rn STONE Brilcii-'r.
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''   "^eautif:*' Crjalirook" is anxious' to j OpGli WedlieSiSay
fhrovv ofl' her iwaddling clothes andj
Ur< ue a city. Cnmbrcok -shoulil be!
■   t;:-I not to do anytlnoa rach,- There! Wr. jr.' Siv.se, Prop.
and Saturday
i-_,a   iVw  i.icor-porat'c-d   towns :n tiie, *_r_r?.
-I./Of?nayc. tbafc   ara dsuil   tick  o; tho!- r.
■ ^j..s,i5****ia  .i >"Ui**!ur"mj™Mti/fj
yroyoc-iti'ii-i,    Jsloyie at.cno   timb-bad
tne incorporation fever, ainl  (lie   peo-
P'O lire now coagrr-'uubaiinj; thcmsfjlve
for dropping the matter.
Dew Lath*, :;re the fab in New York.
bv   benutiful   young   !at!y   (hero   r-o-
jOiiiiced .in a   loceiit  public meeting
, ihiit ehe was Iu the iiabit oi  disrobing
nnd      bkiuf;     trur^mer     clew    baf lis
in   lh3   night   i:i   tbe   back yard   oi
'her hotae,    UnicrVs.rtruoh'.  she  couhl
not be prc.Vf.ilec? upon to leave her at!-
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rniihi"       '
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• kali   on   Victoria.  Bfreet.    hojourning
Toyi}6 Toilet sets, pocket' G^n': ^-* cLni^iiv-in-viKu.
books, hair brashes,      K* CA,ii; ,E,LL.     ^   F; J" ilMY"1'
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efrrect,
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evening <.£ c.-',ch uvir.lii at-
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'Tl'.Ci'o src.eirenucrod '.iiner.
"ocrf*.:e  poluicur.is
"(he 'l"n}led
3*. 'cp. IVarkfj Coc-hrau, tbo nsv.'iy
c'c-c'r-l Tieir.oc.iLic coagrossz-nai; from
-bvw \ i,-p City, r.ii'I a national figure
bi -Thiib:, s..ys:" "L would rather vote
for J-ooker T. Washington tb.an' for
Qrcvur Cleveland, and I would rather
gciojail than vote lor Booker" T.
"'b.bisbington.
-MrSo W. A. Prest,
riiotographer,-
Cr?.r.h?pv7'.      yioyif,     Fort E;cf>^.
=■- f^-rT-^rr jjjjjy^ zj^c
is*! 'Over iaicf v>;j-j.
oxot v.oo.nvia r;tvs c*ca.mininc a can-i
va? at an s'-t e.-labiE -iu iJosfon the
rjtli'.r.dRy v.licn tbe pointer of tha pic- j
fro ap'tro^ched him aud aaid : "Yon
soem to like lb;.t ibeinre?'' "Like it,"
or.sr;ored (loodwiry *'.i man wiV''-. would
peri.psr.ito a ibbi-g lik- tkr,l, otigb.'., fo
get '-.months." T bis was-tec much
for \_._ artist. -/'Why, what, do , y'ou
i. .Tv ohouJ-. £P.inting^"ii6 enclai-med ;
.. a u- :miy nn p.qtcr. Key can you
Vr.,)w r. bad .picture... You never paint
■GET YOUli      '"
Vegetables,
Fruit; Tea, Oo'ffee,
.Stovepipes ana   .
j-iUi/t'Ciw £5.l
" Gocd dairy business n?nr town.
i
Mining stack.,
' fob iiewt: ,
OSice rooms and living   appart-
ments on Victoria street.
Kg*:fee for rent.-        c'
V,*2 do   a   general   commission
business. ,      '   ■•
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hlOYIE, B. C.
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W. JT. P. CROSBY, rvoorietor,
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}Q,ueens'Ab/e
hoarding a:id Day School  conduct
Toy    drawled   Goodwill;, !;d '^ ihe Sisters of St. Joseph, yTelson'
MOYIE
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George H. TJiompfcjon,
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tary Ptrnuc, &u.
Solicitor lor the Imperial
Bank of Qp.nada.
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T ' .,        , icour.-.esa specjalty.   Excellence  and i L$I3lf|B?ri?L8 9 A
3f  eg.rfr.Tien  I   run   across it,  and,  swift  progrBsa  characteiiso  each  de-! t l^X^ZZZ
vculn yon believe itjl nsvc kid cyie  purlmenl.   Parents should  write  fori    ^        "%" «««««-
1»T
al'her.
I'.EAB IT TXTROcGH.
- oizlfJ Siioil I'li'.i St-ry to 7>;i It in th"
rfpRiIJIiies.
r:'o   if.a   an 18th   century     yh.-p.'sr;
1". •: ia.iD   ''.o'er   true   tulc."    JIavine
b-ipV'Jnrl in a small Yirp;iniii lovn. in
tLs rbi.it-jr oi lb'0'2, it if! a   V.ory   -.ery
-iiioK. o.' 'h.c yircpsnt.    Up to   :i   short
i."H- apf   Mr.... jynu    K.   y.u..v;,y   nf
Meija  y.r.iion.   Y;i., i;!i(?    r.o    :is.r -o.-ril
hno-'cby'' i.f the . .re cur.ibvi. ;,"•-,i _i
b' -. o'  Gbar:!:--'-.->-J-: ' Vm..:.   t
pBrticiilar&. One month assures the
public of the thoroughness of the
Sislers1 methods of teaching. Terms
commence Jannriry, April and Sept.
Pupils aro tulmittod during term.
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North Amarica.
Our rdm is to plcp.so patrons.
Good   draft a:id  bottled  beer
alvynys op. band.
hi
l%OQTBYIB/¥  11 manufa©tor1'rs:
' l!   LIKE    INSTlJ.R^^"efe'.
9
Tbe bc&i orfr.c^ommodutiom:
fcrrthe travelinfr pubJic,
■toe yiEDEESTADr, Prop.     | P, J. SffcMahoii,  MgT.
_%   CON^PAiNFY.
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Li\.jr and Stonuich Ailments.
Tbcy  are a  yoverfailiujr    Ro^iedv
• '•■1 nil Ulu'umatic Tioublos.
-j    TEKr.LS-JflSloJflS per ivccky  ac-
• | ''ordiii;; to lf-idcicoiii Hotel or ViHr.*- ' "vv-■■■•
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ad'v«;rti.'.'.o an obboi-it-un biishfid .business
'house of t: did financial' YstiUH.Iing.
Ka.hu'.y.'i'.'iJ Averdily, y/ith expenses, ad-
■vnncou each .Monday by check direct
fror, Viendoy.ariei's.., E.-rpcnsey p-dvan-
bud ; posuion permanent.' \Yq furnish
everything. -'       ,•,!•'.
Atibress Tbo   Ool tins bin', (i.'!0 Tdcnon
Bklg.j.C.hicaj'O, 111. '    '
WAKTED—JiEVEPvAE'' INDUSTU-
ip".3 persons in each slate t.-..> travel
for iioo:.e'oGUb!iohed cloven ycir;; :L*id
*,vb!'i a .arge capital, to call upon mor-
cbantii and agcntii lor succes^full ,and
profitable line, jy^mancnt r'.y-nyi>-
iiiciil..    Weckcby ' ca&h   salary, of  !ri> I
, and all traveling   e.-rponrjc;;  and   hotel
- bill advanced in oat-h each v/eeb.    >■".;_.
pcrience noL   cif-tiiiti?.].' ..Mention   vof.
"^erence and encioao solf-adch-nsfioil r-nvr:-
,lope.    THE   KAT10NA.(;, 'Il.'iii   Ecfir-
" borii SUi-Ghicafo. •
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and   Orders  .
Taken on
Everything
.in the Printing
Linc3 at the .
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Chicaqo.
• . ANli'ALI,  I'OtX'l'S   KAST.
SeaitSe, Tacoma, Picforia,   Portland,
AK1>   ALL   PACIFIC  COA:-T   POINTS.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers,
Dining aud   Buffet ■ Smokin'y ; Library Cnra.
if| -Fast   Overland fp
• £ TRAINS DAILY £ ;
For Tickets, Rates, Folders and
Pull information, call on or address any (-h-rat Koriherii Agent
or write "
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l-,ilv!    h»JU!'...ii-i;»i   ..b'Jjf JLlJ-jSi     -Ift?
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ME^T     MBEOHAHTS.
Fresh' and Cured Ivloats, Fresh'J
Fish, Game  an j  Poultry.. .: Wc
', supply ymiy   the  best.     Your
•    trade solicited,
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