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Array c  /S  o  MOYIE, B. 0., MARCH 31,1900,  "���   -   ���       *.      -1.      ^   -   ���'���'          $$ A' YEAE  JOUBBRT B DEAD  Died in Pretoria Last  j*. . <_  Tuesday.  STOMACH       trouble  He Was a Hard Fighter  and   VTaa   Much  Feared/f>y the Natives of Sontli  Africa. '''  '  CANADIAN  BANK   OF COMMERCE.  -h    , r- 1) (  Paid'Up Capital, $6,Q00,00O;  fa. BRANCH.   ' ���"���' 1. W.H. SMyfHE, MGR.  TJZ-ZfjX Z��*T A'A f/i-^'--*" ^"fv* *J  Tiie only hoiise' in'Eaat Kpotejiay  heated tbro^gbout "^ithlhot;air.  First pjass in every respeptY gpepi.al  rates to boarders,-   Goqd, sample roprn  for cpm'merpial men.'  .$u,ropo��u pianv ,Opon day find njgh.  E, XI. SMAXL Frop.  ~�����   . > * .   ��� " - -  ORANBROOK, - - B. C.  f    < < y .. .    -  ;        r      "t  Pretoria, March-' 28.���' General  Joub'ert died last night at ll:20 o'clock. Pie had been, 'suffering from  stomach" complaint. The town is  plunged in morning 'for tfiis ��� true  patriot;'gaiient' general and upright  and ho'nprtb/e gbuUpm&n.' '   c'  peneral' Petrious   Jacobs Joubert,  commander general of  the Transvaal  forces, better known  as   Slim   Peter,  was born about 68 years ago.   He \vas  decended from .the old" French Huguenot family,' yrhioh' settled ia South  Africa; .He was'born in Cape polony,  3j��J I but was taken by, his parents to the  Orange   Free   State,   where   Jie   was  taught    from , childhood    to'   shoot  straight,and  liate' the   British.    Of  schooling he' had  but little,  birtt his  ambition  prompted  to read' the .few  books he could obtain, and  he   succeeded in obtaining a  fair' knowledge  of history and'languages.'  Soon  after  the'acquisition of Natal by the British  he become a "burgher   of   the , South  African Republic an<} a daring fighter.  He Was so feared by the natives that  the"'knowledge'that'lie   i?as at the  head of a punitive .expedition ! usually  resulted in their surrender.   He was  elected president oi the Transvaal  in  1876, 'defeated, sir George Oqlley at  Majabs Hill in 1881, and.  acted  as  president of   the   republic, in   4-883-4  during Kruger's absence in, Europe.  General Joubert,was always in favor  of the'uee of fqroe instead of diplomacy  and President Erugor on spyosal  occasions'had great, difficulty in_ ro-  pressing his hot headed friend and  collegue, notably in" 1876,. when Joubert, with J^ruger and Pretorius, was  planning' the rebellion to overthrow  British rule in the Transvaal.  . At; tixe 9t. Kugenfe.  A. P. Lemieux is here from Kelson  and is superintending the installing  of an automatic loader" at the upper  end ol the St. Eugene tramway.  Whei} completed the tram will have a  daily capacity of 300 tons:     ,  M. Sh'eady has""established a camp  near the'' concentrator and will begin  his grading contract in a few days'.  A^iew tunnel has been started   at  the Lake Shore at>6ut on a level with'  No. 1 tunnel,   but "a   short   distance  south.   It will 'tap   the No. 1 tunnel  about 150 feet from the face. "'  -     ��-    ��� * *���   * ,  Tho Political Situation.  The political   situation,   so   far    as  South East" Kootenay  is' concerned,  remains ' unchanged,   There   is   still  but'one candidate in  the' Held���Wm.  Foruie, ol  the 'town  of Fern ie."'Mr.  Fern'ie says" that Via  attitude-on all  qucstionu will be 'a^ripl-ly  independent one' and that he will stand  up  for whatever he belieyes will be for  the best intrest' of South  East, Kootenay and the province'' at large.'' 'Such  a policy of'course' is  what is wanted  by the people, and, '}$ only re mains for  -the people/to select the  man  whom  they think'moat likely' "carry  out  the  principles   which he advocates' after  election.     Mr.   Fernie   is";' favorably  spoken of and'no  doubt v/ill  make a  strong run'. ' '  111 Tl -LQGMi HID  Items Picked up from  ,;Here and There.  I  COMING    AND    GtpING  Influx of People to   Moyie   Is   Becoming  .*-   ;    !   Mueli' ITargor ��fi Ehcli  , *�� - WeakT?B*33es." *' *  Tine CraplJiopIc Bcnqust.  When'' Cra'hbrook    undertakes    &  thidg'it'haa ti^e happy faculty of doing'  it tip right."   This no- doubt is   due- in  alarge'rrn'easure-to-the quality of  its  residents":   The'   banquet    given last  Thursday' evening ' 'in* honor   of   the  Becond:annrv'erB4rV of the 'Cranbrook  Herald  and  the departure' -cf F. E.  Simpson'; ite editor,' for Cape; Nome',  Alaska';'- was wliaVa 'Cirahbrbok'man-  might safely telrin a "peawarmer." Over  50 persons sat down to  the  two  long  tables'"winch/were well loaded with  delicious fe'dibteq.   R.  B. Beattie and  and 'John'Hutchison   officiated   as  i toast mastero and handled  their position v/'ith. a   skill -fliat - showed   that  V; I>E8ACi.NIEKf'&:CO., Props.  Keguiar'sMeais Served in; tho Dining  libom.-Jwith IShobtIiOrdkrs between  meals. '  Headquarters^^^ Mining Men.  ��� MOYIE,  B. C.  j^^*��i4Zi_Z:~2i&&  ~mm  ifKITn,;rroj.rlotor..'!  JHuers Convention-  Ten unions' were lepesented  at,   tbe  convention of delegates of- the  miner's  unions of the - Kootenays   which  was  held in Nelson last week.  The most important work  accomplished' by the'delegates was the drawing   up   of   a   platform,    which   the  various' candidates  will  be  asked  to  endorse to secure the  support of the  unions during the coniintr;  campaign.  The platform consists of nine  planks,  dealing with the following  questions:  Retention of-the Eight-Hour law.  Legal recognition of trade unions.  Arbitration laws on   the  pattern  of  those in New Zealand.  Initiative 'and Referendum.  Government ownership of Railways  and Telegraph lines.    ,  Exclusion ot the Chinese.  The proper inspection of mines.  Tho Single Tax.  Compulsory voting.   '  ���JJjie WebtVHodsdon Recital.  An entertainment" will be'- given  under tlie auspices^of the Indies' 4-id  society next Wednesday evening in  McGregor hall by 'Miss Ethel Webb,  elocutionist, and Mr. W. Hodsdon,the  celebrated tenor.. B:oth' are from  England, anc] possess in the fullest  degree that polish and" re'ijnement  which is usually so" striking "a char--  abteistio of the English artist. AH the  selections used 'in, these- recitals of  song and story are taken from the  best standard authurs and from the  best n-jasters of music. They are deserving of a good house.'' Admission  50 cents; children ?5 cents.  !   " r��Sle<?t<?tl JTpw OfBoeirg.  SfelflQB Typographical TJnlQn ��?o,  840, held its regular meeting last Sunday and elected ofl$cers iat tlie ensuing  year. They ;are: ��� President, ' p. A*  Maulsbyj Vice-President, (3. ^. ��al^ej  Sec.-Treas., W. G. HcMorris; Sec.  Sec, h. W. 4ckley; Sergt.-at-4rnis,  W.R.Fletcher; executive committee:  C. Y. Dake, F. C. McGanna. H- , B.  Hubbard. The Union has a progressive membership and . has just commenced the second "year of its esist-  auee. It is the pioneer of the labor  organisations of Nelson.  Tomorrow will be All EopUs Day.  ' Tom Bogue's cigar ctors T7ill soon b-  ready'tQ open.  J). J. Leahy was in ^orj. gtaejp. t-he  first of tlie wee]��. '     /    '  "', O. C.  JtSarrpH  returned from    San  Francisco'Monday.  ,  '' Several Indians were1' in  to\^n  this  week peddling fish.       .  John Nicholl of Wallace, Idaho,  is'  now a resident of Moyie.'    '    ';  S. W.  Murphy ' had  returned   from  his visit to Eugene, Oregon'.  Mi-b.   Mausfield' and   Mrs.'  Batley  were in Cranbrook yesterday.  'qustoms Inspector W.. S.'Keay was  out from'dranbirook Tuesday^ -  in  I..*-' ���i:J^S_ArS  This hotoi:is;now open to tho public, andjis welljSfurn-  ished^throughout. None but tho host brands of wines,  liquors and cigars kept in stock,       .  \:SMmsT class    accommodations.  MOYIE, B.    C  iSrisr       __  ��� -���  ��� il_. ��� . ...-.''. ���������������'^���_. mi��ijii"U ^j���>9 Ttr ��� >!  HOTEL   ABBIV.VI.S.  Central Hotel-��� Jno. Ardor, Ain-  sworth; Jno. Person, Ed. Donei, D.  Forbes, I Crawford, Sandon; J. H.  Hawk. Ainsworth; 1). J. Johnson,  Jno. Seppi, Hector McKenzie, Nelson;  Thos. Pogue, C. E. Anderson, J. N.  Rickers, Kaslo; D. Ketabley, Silverton;  F. Pollard, Goatfell; J. N. Blewett,  Revelstoke;-J. L. Moder, Walkertown;  Geo. McMillon, Cranbrook; Denis  Lynch, Jno Cantts, Rossland; H. F,  Clark; Grand Forks; D. N. Ewan,  Montreal.  Puniors Of ailniMJ? De^lS.  Kaslo, March 28.��� Gooderham and  Blackstock are said to be figuring^ on  investing in mines on the south fork  of Kaslo creek and at Whitewater.  J. C. Drewry, who is concerned with  them at Moyie, is at Whitewater today with expert W. H. Jeffery and,  Fred Ritchie of Rossland.- On Friday  theywill inspect the B. N. A. mine on  the Bouth fork of Kaslo creek.  ^1  ���������>������ -w  <>. CAMPBELL,   A\T.X!LARK. |  ?his Hotei is New and well Furnished. The 1  Tables are Supplied} with the Best the g  Market affords. The] Bar is Filled with |  the Best ^Brands of Liquors and Cigars. ��  HEADQUARTERS FOrt OdMM^RClAL  MOYIE, -.���-.'���''-��� ~'' '-���' -'.-- BrfM-lSft COttJlttWIA..  Ho Fooled TUo Surgeons.  All doctors told Renick Hamilton,  of West Jefferson, 0.,- after suffering  18 months from Rectal Fistiila, he  would die unless..a.'i dostly operation  was performed; but he cured himself  with Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best  iu the World. Surest7 Pile cure on  Earth. 25c a box, at Hope & Beattie  drug'Store.' ,  I,bft   or Caiio Nome.    ,  Last Wednesday Tom Rader and  Chas. Farrcll left Moyie for San  Francisco from where they will sail  for Cape Nome on thc whaling  vessel Jennie. John Day, another old  time Moyieite, joined them at Spokane  and will also accompany them to the  north.   Meeting of Odd Fellows.  There will be a meeting of the Odd  Fellows of Moyie at the Leader office  next Saturday evening, April 7, for  the purpose of taking steps towards  organizing a lodge in Moyie. All Odd  Fellows are respectfully requested to  attend.   Board el Trade Meeting.  The regular monthly meeting of  the Moyie board of trade will be held  at the school house next Monday  evening. As there is considerable  important business to be attended to  a good attendance is desired.    . .  loo Breaking Up.  The ice on   Moyie lake is rapidly  breaking up, and   will   likely   all   be  out in a week or ten days.    Ite  breaking up this year is at least one  month  earlier, than last year.  SUBSCRIBE   F^OR; THE LEADER,  Metal Quotations.  New York, March 29.���Bar silver  59f cents. Lead, $4.67 @ H-T2.  The firm that fixes the sellng,  prices for miners and smelters  quotes lead at $4.4:5 at the close.  W. L. Reid  transacted  business  the commercial center yesterday.  Beginning next Monday   the Movie  school witVopen'at 9 o'clock a. m.  Rev. father Coccolo held service in  the Catholic, church' last Sunday.  W. P. White has returned from hia  vacation to the ^"prthwest Territories.  J. P. Earre'lland Tim  Farrell  were  in   Cranbrook and Fort Steele  this  week.  J. A. Harvey ot J?ort Steele paid  Moyie'a "professional visit the first .ol  the week.'   ,  D. J. Elmer was in Fernj'e this week  making 'a study of the political situa-  tion.      '';,, '  March catpa (p }\U | W& Wi  contrary to the old 'adage* \P -ia igpfng  out the e.am�� %$?:  Have ypu Sfi-31? MacBachera &  Macdonald?s handsome lino of neckties.   They are hot ones.  W..Leggett, a miner employed at  the Aurora, is now in the hospital at  the St. PJugene miasixjn.  Dayidt>* Bettchen was 'in Moyie  Thnrsday making arangen^ents for  opening his jewelry stoie.  J. P. Smyth, of Walla Walla, Wash.,  arrived in Moyie this morning and is  visiting with his brothers,  R. E. Beattie, East Kootenay'a lead,  ing druggist, was but to Moyie Wednesday to sej his partner, P. D. Hope  J, M. Lindsay .will soon begin doing  assessment work on bis cjain?. the  Irene.- which is situated hear the head  of the St. Eugene flume., - .  Rev. Alex. Dunn Presbyterian minister who has resided' in Moyie Inr  several months past, preached his  farewell sermon last Sunday and left  for the Windermere district to enter a  new field.  Messrs. C. Magga and Frank  Hughes, until recently merchants in  Moyie and Cranbrook, has left the  country. Mr. Maggs and family have  gone to San Francisco and Mr. Hughes  will try his luck in the Boundary  couutry.  F. E. Simpson of the Cranbrook  Herald was out to Moyie today. He  will leave for Seattle one week from  today and will leave Seattle for Cape  Nome on the steamer G. W. Dickinson  April 10.  During   the   performance    of    "A  Stranger in New. York"   by   the- Col-,  umbia  Comedy Co.,  Tuesday   Night,  April 3rd., the   well   known   Somers  Family will introduce; their  beautiful  musical singing and dancing  specialties.    Don't miss the big attraction. *;  H.   M.   Wenthworth,   the  veteran  newspaper  man,   who   had   editorial  control of the Cranbrook Herald  during the first few months  of its  existence, is again back on that paper and  with Matt Rockendorf will conduct it  during the  absence  of  Mr.  Simpson.  As Wentworth and  Matt  are  strictly  all right, tnere iB no question but   the  reputation of the  paper  will  be  sus-  f j     -    'i ������:������..'������  tained.  HUll   t/swii. tu      *.�����������        .-       - ���:...��� .-.-: :���������  they were old liande 'at ihe " business.  The Bp0fPh>9 '0- ^he' evening   v/ere  bright and, orisp and all  seemed   Tahi-  iliar witjvW subject of tbe toasts to  wb!iofi thcy\W��n4e<*-  ^Iauy bistt  tributes Vere "paid*.'to ' the ' guest of  the evening, M^.: Simpson, and the  words of praiso extended "Him "were of  a nature1'1 of which any newspaper  man might justly feel proud. ���       *  (,  Wliat's Vour Face Worth?  Sometimes a' fortune, but' never, if  you nave a sallow complexion, a jaundiced look, moth patches dnd blotches  on "the skin,:>all signs'of Liver Trouble':  But Dr/King's 'New Life Pills give  Clear/Skin, Rosy^Crfeeks, Rich" Complexion.   Only 25' cents at  Hope', &  Beattie's drug store'."   ' "''.'  ( " 11 -    i t __  There will be "ho 'meeting   of   the  Miner's Union next Tuesday evening1.  The hall'thatc'evehing will" be occupied  by the' Columbia Cociedy 9"o.  ���I  . ���COMING  IcfiREfiOR  OKE NIGHT ONLY.  TUBSBAY, ABKIL 3rd  SPECIAL ENQAG^lfENi;-  Onlumbla xmw  Presenting the gsreat eastern  sijcpeaa  WA Stranger in  New York."  General Admission $1; Children 50cts.  CEYLON  TS4  Flavour is Delicious. Absolutely Purp.  Eei(|f aampfeeii M Oo.,  moyie, b: c.  Seating  tUOVIK. B. C,  capacity 150. Special. attention given theatrical companies. For  rates and particulars apply to    ���  G. T. McGregor.  James Kerrigan & Co,  CKASBBOOK,    B. C  Wholesale G-rocers  AND  General Agents,  Home  and  Foreign   Bonded  houses.  Ware-  Wishkeyy WinesV Beef,  Cigars^ Produoe, Fruit,  Etc.,   Etc.,   Etc.,     Etc.  CORRESPONDENCE INVITBU'.-  ivsr  c'f\  ��� -'m  I  '  1' f.  1 1'  1 ">���  ^M  .'. 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'   -r i-  ��� ��� y)  i .'       ��� V  t >���       , M  ���.j  { '.      ,' "''7,  i-    f      i-i'  -,'  y-y:?'  ���?��.    ���       <      ri  " ;���.  ,i .,  ���;   iy  .-:   ��� t.fi  !            ��� ...1  ... .  r  1 ! r    M''  ���iff ��Ji  i-;p* k  i'i1!'  s-iJ:  !-!!���  -I ,','f  .V  i i ' I  r     t  v y  !'"-  ,i -i  :;>ti.--.  t  B.A  ft  III  iu ii *!)'-.> i pilot jne.  ,. r   ,-Uifl   tio .i scarf  it-c     In place  was rwi-ju-ri  By WEATHEBLEY 0HES3JET,  -;:-.M' .i ;���  I-': ^:i  dni-i'd   n  (.-nrefnily  l*   I'tLii, and   gloves  no longer  iq.iam finish ro his e.Ecerior.  tin' depth*, of   a pocket lie pro-  single  eyeglass,  ami,   having  wiped   it. fixed   it   in his left  VJ-v.i;;  8*  tfe  >i>  CHAPTER XX.  MABEL ESCAPES.  When the door was unlocked and her  breakfast brought in on tho following  morning, Mabel saw with glad surprise  that her jailer was now the man whom  she had recognized as Robert King, and  ro her surprise he continued' to act as  such for tho next few days. She tried  to get him to talk, but Robert was wary  aud would not enter into conversation.  Of course  King  had read of the Do  Vera Gardens burglary and had ceased  to crxrpeot the return of Fitzgerald, but  h8 was daily expecting the instructions  of   .Mr. Keighley Gates  respecting hiE  charge.     Thac   gentleman,     however,''  maintained  a  discreet  silence/1 and as  the <inys passed Robert King grow more  mid more inclined to  accede to the unceasing prayers of his captive, especially as hia  funds had now run low, leav  ing him without the means for keeping  the establishment going.  So one da)' Mabel found ber door left  ajar Sho opened it gently and peered  into the passage., Tho front door was '  wide open. In another, minute the girl  was in the street, running as though  for her very life, regardless' of tho remarks'of the passersby. How Jong ehc j  ran she did not know, but she ultimately stopped when bJio eaw'a hausoni for  hire. She hailed it, and after gome  demur���for she admitted she could not  pay   hor   fare    beforehand���tho    man  e.v and thou courteously rook -ucr^ of  tho r-jr.cifnrr-its. He nedded approvingly  at the reporter?, smiled contemptuously  on the lawyers below and then turned  j to survey the spectators He looked at  them very carefully, and it might havo  been noted that as he did so the black  bearded   man   in' the last row but   one  drew hack into the gloom of hie enriKr  ,     a ivjiiu Lipi-'u.i   njti prisumT on lh'1  -honhler to dirc-'C his attention to the  front, aud, wiih an apology. Fit/yeiaid  jun.-f-d round  , A dapper little solicitor was now on  bis feet  "   "May it,  please  your worthip, " said  he, "I appear, for the prosecution     The  prisoner, James   Fitzgerald, alias   Wil  liam Richmond, is charged with enter  ing thc premises of Mr.,Ralston Fonton  at No   De Yore   Gardens, between ,iho  hnurs of 12 and Son the morning of the  loth inst., with   felonious , intpnt     fie  had an   accomplice,- who  has   unfortn  "timely escaped   The two men efl'eey d au  eutiy ac the bade of rhe hou*-o and proceeded to appropriate various silver and  other articles iu the dining room.  "Commander Bretc, who was staying  in the hon-e at the time, evidently heaid  (hem, and went down si airs, wli^n ho'  was uttacked by the men. A r-ovo-ie  struggle apparently ensued, nnd 1 am  hi'irry to Fny that Captain Brett is now  lyiny in a precarious condition, and is  ijiiite unable to-give evidence���in fact,  np'to last, night ho was unconscious  "Policeman Z 952, whom I shall call  to ^ivo evidence, was on duty ou that  beat, aud he will tell you vthat as ho  passed ' Mr. Fen ton's houi-e the door  opened   and  a   man   rushed  down   the  at fu'.rr heat, but  SJloilCH  Fii/'Kerald   paused , for a few second*-  nnd t hen said:  "1 iitiw coine ro the greatest crime i i  his jifo     With myrowu eyes 1 .*a\v this  i man rrmirrier hiswite, and for that mar  I dor nn innocent man wa3 yesterday con  demned to death."  If he had intended to oreate a sensa-'  tion   his wish was  gratified.    Never in  the annals of  police courts  had such a  scene of confusion ensued as that which  followed his dramatic ending.  The ofli  cers no, longer attempted to' preserve or  j der, and  tho magistrate, after formally  j committing  the   prisoner,  ordered   the  court to be cleared.  Amid the shouting  crowd of   specta  h,.iu was ..breath]*,---! SENSITIVE  CHILDREN. iJCILLLVj    A    IlATTLl'Jt.  Iloiv Mother*- -Mjij- Mniiiisre Shj- Little  FoIKm nnd Their Kan Its.  Though nervous Hn'ldrcn aro often  , very sensitive, theio are many litilo  people not deficient in moral and physical" courage who aro yet extremely sensitive and self conscious., These are defects���it is hardly fair to call trlezn  faults���particularly difficult to uproot  and often misunderstood, for which  reason the sensitive child later .on in  li te often remains the sensitive man or  woman  But a parent who recognizes this disposition can by judicious care effect an  improvement The sensitive child cannot bear a word of sarcasm or ridicule  ir ttie rattlesnake is justly canon ine tion os tus enemy the constri-iV'!':'fW"7#&s  kin-,' of America's woods and rod's, yet j coiiirneicd and crn-horj v.-ith if'-'-ipf^��^3  Iii*- crown is noi held without danjier. ��� feet.' Kven wlu-n thero i'-n'��,, iLl'''n?'I^f^2?-?  *inre in* i-a hunted dili-ienlly and sniTi-ss- ' of   the   tail   the   |;ina   <;��jii  ���"'���    '']'''W&i__>W.  tors who  left  at  tho  back was a black    If a task is unsatisfactorily performed,  bearded man with white teeth  fie did net join in tho demonstrations  of his neighbors.  He seemed preoccupied.  And ho left  sho must be told so in gentle, direct  and yet encouraging fashion To make  it the subject of cynical reproof wound's  tho   little  heart most deeply and  only  the neighborhood of   the court with his | renders  the  child'more, sensitive  and  shoulders thrust up and   hit-eyea glued  on the pav< meuc.  The chill of approach  ing capture and  death was gripping at  his heart.  To  be   Continued.  WAS SLIGHTLY  IN   ERROR.  Or;r    the  igreed to drive her to De Vere.Gardens  he got inside and the man whipped up j 6tVps   flo stopped at the sight of the officer and hurriedly informed him that ��  his horse. Soon the streets grew fa  miliar,- and Mabel leaned back with a  6iRh of unutterable thankfulness. All  danger was passed. She was free; she  would be at home within the hour I-  Suddenly the cry of a newspaper boy  rang in her ears���"The South Audley  street-murder 1" And like a deathknell  came tho words: "Trial of George Feu-  ton.   Verdict'and sentence!"  ���   ,  CHAPTER   XXI.  UARKL'S RKTUltN. ,  AIT the way homo that horrible cry  rang in Mabel's ears. In every street it  was shouted out, and at every corner a  newspaper bill was displayed bearing  the fateful words:  "Trial of George Feutou today Verdict aud sentence!"  The liausom drew up before her home,  md the girl stepped out. Sho did not  tray to reply to Soames' expressions of  surprise and gladness when he opened  the door, but walked straight to her  "mother's room.  She opened tho door gently and stopped on'tho threshold, and in that instant she knew the worst had happened,  fier mother was in her old chair by  the window, deathly pole and worn,'  tins tearless. One hand clutched the ta-  t.!o at her side and the other was held  t-y her husband, who, bonding over her,  eirco by teuderest words and caresses  to alleviate for an instant the agony of  bet- grief. He looked piteou'sly a^ecl and  broken.  "Mother 1    Father!"     cried    Mabel,  rushing toward them without stretched '  bunds.  "My darling, uy darling!" cried the  mother, holding her dear one to hor  breast, and the tears that had frozeu in  ber heart now found their way.  "And   George?"   Mabel   whispered,  ;  when she holt! her father's hands. j  He tinned his head away, and there '  wns a terrible silence in the room.  Yes, the worst  had  happened.   The ,  ��vidence of  the prosecution was  armo- i  ft  }��=iw*a  \Z>~  ,\^\��\ I  "Mothcrl   Father!'' rrlfd M-Uitl.  lutely   convincing.     High    words   had  been hoard betweeiv.the prisonor and the  woman, and   then   her body  had, been  found, with that enrions dagger, which  was  proved1 to be his, sheathed   in her  heart, while he had fled from the spot,  panic stricken by the horror of his deed  The defense  had utterly broken down,  and   the summing   up was  completely  against the prisoner    After five  min,'  utes' deliberation the jury had brought  in a verdict of ,"Guilty, " aud-George'  Fenton had been  sentenced to death in  terms  that forbade, any  hope  of   the  mercy of the crown: 7  CHAPTER XXII.  DR.! KITZGKBALD CAUSES A SENSATION.  On the day following the attempted  ' .burglary at De Vere Gardens Fitzger-  uld was remanded for a week, at the  request of the police, pending the cap-  tare of lais accomplice, which was confidently hoped-for. That capture, how-  evor, was not effected, aud on the day  after George Fenton had been sentenced  to death Dr. Fitzgerald took his stand  alono in tho dock:  In   a   corner,   among   this  unwashed  who had come to gloat over the baiting  of   the   prisoner, was  a black   bearded  man with   keen, penetrating eyes and a  glittering row of teeth.    He had waited  tho whole' day for this  case, and when  it   at   last was  oaUed  and  Fitzgerald  came   up  the  stops   into   the dock   he  B��qh��---s ���cianetl forward with eager intensity.  Ildc^;^-     Por tlie Iml'I'��f-e ��-" the burglary Fitz-  r,W^%"fe$feera-d   had   discarded   the   frock   coat  ^vS^iLj^11^11 always lent some, little pretense  *"^XHra3^'uf rpaPectabiJity to him, and he uowao-  robbiji'y was faking place in tho house  Thoy.entered together, but the man'evi*  dt'inIy took  advantage of   the darkness  of the hall lo abscond.   By this time the  inmates of  iha house had   been aroused  by tho sounds  of   the  scuino, and   the  prisoner had   takeu  alarm.    The officer  met. him in the doorway of   the   dining  room with a. bag iu oue hand*and a life  preserver in the othr-r   Luckily, he managed ' to   get   tho   first    blow   in,   and  promptly secured tho prisoner   flo then  ascertained from   evidence in   the room  that   there   had   beeu   two of  them at  work, and  the   man who'had given the  information was undoubtedly the accomplice   of   the  prisoner      CaJl   officer Z  95-��. "   '  The officer gave his evidence in confirmation of the statement of the prose  cution, a!hd 'Fitzgerald was  then asked  if he wished  to   put  any questions   to  him.  "Will you please describe the man  i you met on the doorstep:" he said.  1 "it was dark at the time, and he  i oame ou me so suddenly that I did not  j turn my lantern on him, but I should'  i Buy hu was of middle height, and he hud  I a lightish beard. "  "And this man told, you there wns a  i burglary going on inside the house.-"  "He did."  "Thank you. That's all." said Fit*,  gc-ratci with a vindictive smile on hi.*  face.  "That is the case for the prosecution,  your worship, ' said the solicitor, "on  the charge of burglary. It is obviom*  that a still graver charge should he preferred either against the prisoner or  some other person in respect of the assault which has' been committed on  Commander Brett, hut further-inquiries  will bo .made before any information is  laid."  "Prisoner," said the magistrate,  "having heard tho ovidenre, do you  wish lo say anything in answer to this  charge? You aro not obliged to say anything unless yon desire to do so. But  whatever you say will be taken down in  writing, and may bo given in evideuce  against you ar your trial."  Fitzgerald leaned over the bar in front  of him and nodded to the reporters.  "You hear?" he said. "You've got to  take it all down in writing Don't miflg  an 'h.' "  "Yes, your worship," he continued  in consecutive sentences, very different  from his ordinary'speech, "I do desire  to say homething, and something of im  porlauco lam guilty of this charge,  but it. i.s not of myself, hut of my accomplice that I wish to speak. For  years tho police havo been ou his track,  but tho devilish ingenuity of thc man  and the ;i.*>ristaneo of his friends have  prcenti-d their purpose being attained  I, have been one of those .friends, and up  to the aiight of .this robbery!'I would  have'shielded him to the best, of my  pbwo'r. But that night hu repaid mo by  the blackest ingratitude Ho betrayed  mo, and now it is my intention to betray him. ".-.������' : ' -  The   words' of. tho   prisoner,' spoken  with'' deliberate', coolness, made a  pro  found impression'in the crowded court  "My accomplice in the robbery was a  man well known in'Londonf-not 0U*.V to  tho police, but in, society.   Under divers  disguises and at;various   times  he7has  committed   robberies  all   up and down  the country���notably'those at'Glen more.''  tho Duke  of   Lundy's  seat, at Abbing  hall, the   residence of  Mr. Arthur Dr.  rant, and   at   Hinton,  at   Squire   Mar  chant's:  1 cau giyea list of those I know  if ic is desired, but there  are plenty of  winch I know nothing.    The   man who  committed these  felonies is known un  der various names, and the most notorious of   his'a liases are Archie Dacro and  Keighley Gates."  Again the officers had   to cull out for  silence, and when  thu  hum   of   excite  ment had died away Fitzgerald coutin  ued: ' .  "Many other misdeeds may bo laid to  this man's   charge, and   thero is one o(  ���special vileness.   tinder the name of Ar  Ihii;- Durum, and iu ihe'guisoof an hou  est m:iu��� hu induced Dady Florence Mos  tyn, tlii! woman who was-.murdered   h,  .South 'Andlc-y struct, to   leave   her   fa  thcr's roof and marry him."  The excitement iy the court was now  rUonilioniit Learned n "Well  Xeeiletl Lesson.  "Thero are it number of sturdy he��.  gars hi town at presum," said a young  gniin man from Cotton' lUxclmuge  place, "who pounce upon gentlemen  accompanied by ladies and demand  alms a I'i er lhe maimer of t'ootp.ids.,  They s.-iy die,trodden,worm turns oc-  casionally, and the richest incident of  the kind I have yet hoard of was described to mo yesterday by an e'ye.vit-  u <'<**-..  ,.   "it occurred last Monday uight. ���Tlie  bc'grgar was standing, it.seems, on (Jus-  louihoii.se  street,   near   the  corner  of  North Peters, when along came a young  man in evening dross, escorting a young  woman,   also 'in   festive   attire.     The  friend, who tolls me of the affair, got a  good look nt the co.uplo' under a. street,  la.mp aud says the young man had nil  the earmarks 'of a typical river from  'scrapper,'  who had 'evidently  hired a  swallow tail and was taking his best  girl to some ball.  i ���'The bos-gar saw them only in tho  dark and must have thought-he had  easy pruy in a pair of swells. At any  rate ho intercepted them with a de- j  maud for '2 bits,' aud when they tried  to slip by snarled out that they could  keep the money if thej' needed it more  than he did.  "The tough young man stopped and  for a moment looked mournfully n't the  mendicant, as though he hesitated to  tackle a disagreeable duty. Then he  handed his hat' and cigar to his com-'  paninn.  '���What ensued my friend describes as  bewildering. The young man suddenly  boon mo all hands nnd fool. He blacked the bocrgnr'.*.- eyes, bloodied his nose,  pulled his hair, choked him. butted  him in (he stomach, tore his coat half  in two, stamped ou'hls hat, kicked him'  on the .shins and seized and threw  awny a stock of lead pencils hc hnd  boon peddling as a blurt. !  I'All this happened in about ten seconds and, strange to say, was done  withonLrlisnrrungin.g the young mmi's  ballroom attire in ihe slightest particular, fie emerged as fresh ns Ile'nu  P.nininiol, resumed his hat and cigar,  took his girl by the elbow and sauntered off, leaving the other chap a total  wreck. Elis victim did not seem to be  especially resentful, however.  '; 'It's nothin,' ho said to a policeman  who iriod lo question him. 'I jest got  Into n ni-gymc-nt wid a prizefighter disguised dike a Willie boy.' "���New Orleans Times-Democrat.  shrinking and   more  unable to do her  self justice '    '' ��� .  ' "  I know one mother���and., as a runt-  ter of fact, she is absolutely devoted to  her children���who said ton.' 10-year-old  daughter when she had ,been practicing  unsteadily   at   the   piano     "I   ;i'ni   e.v,  tremely  obliged   f,or   the  concert   yon  | have giveu ns     I thought your teacher  i must be phiying all the  timo.    And it  is very good of you to turn to such capital account the money 1 spend on your  musical education."   A  high spirited,  dashing,   unthinking   child   may   take  .such a   remark in good, part, lint   the  sensitive little one to whom it was nd-  dressed went scarlet, as if some one bad-  struck her a blow     Her  lip quivered,  and sho choked back a.-rob as she hastily  left the room to brood and feel   miserable over this reproof, whereas a kindly. "I wish   you would   practice  more  carefully, dear; I was disappointed in  your .playing   today." would   leave no  sting '  Above all. a sensitivo child must always be corrected in private. It may  te an unhealthy vanity which cannot  brook discouragement before a third  (i-irty. but the trait is so marked that a  mother does very wrong if she takes  the sensitive one of her flock to task  before the others who are cast in bolder  uioid  Little   mannerisms should   pass unnoticed as far as possible.    Your sensitive child may have u way of knitting  her  fingers  ot   twisting   a   button   or  crossing   her feet, and if she   is teased  about   tho  habit   it only grows worse,  and she feels   hopeless of  checking   it  There are sensitive boys.'too. lads who  are sent   to boarding school  and who  frill asleep sad   at heart  each  night because they miss tbe parents1 good uight  kiss or who cannot accustom ^themselves  to  enjoy   football   or  any   verj* rough  sport   and who are often   the butts of  the  school.    Unless  the pecnlinrity-of  such a   boyVdisposition   is  recognized  and he is . treated  accordingly he   will  grd*w up painfully sensitive and shrink-  CLE.VER   WAY   IN    WHICH    THE   KING  SNAKE   DOES   THE  JOB.  A Rnttlo to .the Death Sri Which  LiKhtmr-p- Sivlftness niul -��1uino1c*  Wert* .More Th'nn u Match for Veri-  omons  Faiths Thnt  Couldn't   Strike.  If the rattlesnake is justly  called the  1;  h  si  fully. His fiuigs are indeed deadly, and  lie wears a tine suit of armor, hut lhe  ���leer null the wild Jiog never fail lo attack him. and he "as an enemy of his  own kind stMl more dangerous to hint.  Siia!i,e*j may be divided urto three c-lfi*-*.--  es,   those  which  are  venomous,   the eon  stridors   aud' those   which   are   neither.  Unless the second of these are wonderful  'for their size they secure little of our at*  'teiitiou. arid yet they are jrenorully beautiful   in   colors,   most  tfrneeful   in   fiction  rind often among our best friends.  ' In Florida we have two constrictors especially    noticeable,    the    black    racer, '  which grows to lhe length of l'.i feet and  makes a business of warring on rats, and  the  king snake,   whose  mission   seems  to ,  be the c-Mcriuiiiatioii of the rattler.   ,  "Mine day  1   was letnriihig from" n day's  liiiul. at peace with the world arid myself, \  when I  hoard a squirrel scolding as )( lie ,  weie a   ward  politician   the uight   before  election.   The noise he made was so loiid  and   insistent   flint   I   turned   out  of  my  way to see what could bo tho manor.' 1  found die little follow on the trunk of n'.  pine   about   Jen   feet    from   the' ground, !  jumping a bout ns if in convulsions,    lie ;  would   tiourisli   his   tail, wildly,   scold   in  anger, 'tbreati-n  un  assault,   run   kick  a ;  little way up ihe trunk and  then return  nnd scold again. . '       :  I looked carefully and saw that his an* -'  ger-u.-i* directed nt a rattlesnake that lay :'  cojled at the foot of the ji'-ee. Tho snake i  was compressed inio a bail, from iho!  middle of which iu- rattle .sounded con- I  timiously. ', Its   blazing   little  eyes   were!  s <;"'l w:isa|J/1'ai,||,,,'M  Jug's bend ��|,ovp u,aV''  "/'J \K^P&?E  of \\ hue diisf, and l  '.!  tiic kin  lie1   tiin Her-.     Over  'ihe  and a curve of hi   to Ic. op up the motion  to   lake  ii riot hor  turn  ' An.: *-<��� the struggle c  tier could not'writhe fm..  l.rl'l ns a vino wrap? �� tn,e  i     When  he lay  still, the  uncoil  himself slo  tion of his  .ii*  lis .  -.< tin.  ���l!,|{ ��������..���,*;,���,���;  '",i,! -Min ,���;  ���cniin-.,, j ,,��� ���  T>hyP^____i  r^wfj*-.  throat.    It was plain he h  '*' had ,i VV . %*$&m  iv-poct for the fangs tlun ��.������ /''.f&^l&sa?  hie Asa .as, m.mn^ , /j* '"��gg  Plied his noMrils to tlmsr. of o,Y#4Sc  <iii-i repented that several .j,,,,, /''Y$^mf1  detect llte'fninfost hre.uh Sv./'lM  liM,   it    released    its   enemv ".,    ���  w.-ilHiod. rendy to resume itsWY  slightest sign of life. Tl.,.,,, ] Y  l.-ecping-.gi-im guard over the I,,-,.,,;  vanquished foe,��� Voiuh's Cori]',.,;"./,'  OinVren'   ClreijinMim,.,,  'Uemembci-," said the youny ���,,���.  -,  11 when J wns your fW \^}f  thor. "t  my own Irving.  "{if  course."   wns   the  a'ne--,.  did the best you ooiild with y  nilie*   ��� Bui  I'll  go?  nearly ns good a living (f!l  without, working."������\V,*isliir.;;io!  "When a  man wants nn pv  Charles KingNSey.' "(he'dovil vm  him wiili a jroorl one,"  could with ymirf,prmf|hp  ven.ni-oin^nj-HYl/Mclsfl  ..... _........       pskfm  ��S}nswf��VaiS  .H.��� mw%&  ;;;('Y'ilfci  P.'iflis ni-e divhiihle into tMi r'.lv  the  Looks of the hour nnd  the .  oii"i;..,.. ��� f;��i��l;>n.  THE   DRESSY WOMAN  The use of chiffon, ehoYx and 'rc-tf  on hats of fur or velvet i. bocniiiijp*,  and more faj-hioiiuble:  Kilts,, plaits, tucking and ^,,hU i.  used hi (he spring on ovory gaint-  which they, can. possibly be npj-.!i.,j  fixed'  unchangingly   upon   those   of   tlio' d]T,,c ��llt,0��''< for t,,c su",,,"'r M"'  squirrel.    The buzz,  bnfez droned ontli'e  mm  ft  seoms  an   unimportant   point  to  have  a  child   sensitive  and  self  con  scions, but the evil lies in the fact that  j the trait grows ever bigger and makes  i boys  and  girls, when they have   out-  ' grown   childhood,    morbid,    unhappy,  dissatisfied and poor company for themselves and their circle.  He Felt .Secure.  "Willinni," said tho old man's w "*fe,  "dnt-'s a sign beon0nail on de do' dat  dey cpiniti ter tar en redder you di*3  evenin."  "Dnt ain't worry in mc 'tall," was the  reply. "1 knows dey mighty free wid  tar, but ez for fodders, dey ain't gwinc  wns'c* 'lira on me ez long ez dey kin git  so much a poun' fer 'imi; dey too cussed mean fer dat!"���Atlanta Constitution. ,  Hunt cur.,  "You were all wrong in your analysis  of thnt handwriting," said the lawyer  in a grieved tone. "All wrong. You  didn't catch the significance of it at  all."  "Weil." answered the expert, who  had been un editor, "'don't blame me.  That's what you get for sending me  n man useript tha t wasn't typewt-lt-  ten."��� Washington  Star.  "A True  I'lcltire.  Critic���I must congratulate you on  the villain of yotir pi.'ty.1 Ue leaves the  impresslcn.pl' having been drawn from  the life.  '"��� Author���tle.was. I .may. say to you  that lie is an exact'portrait of myself  as my wife depicts me.���Brooklyn Life.  Surprised,  l��ut' YIel��Ie��l.  New Cook (to mistress of ihe house)  ���Shtire! muin, ii's three aveuin's Iu th'  '���wake,I must have to tueself.  Mistress (in dismay)���Why. 'Bridget,,  the. Irish'lady with whom we boarded  last, only took -two. ��� Columbus (0.)  State Journal.  PomIc-Hoiv Is He to Get  Him to tbe  ..,���' .Station}  l'urolo  In  House  Decoration.  Purple is au almost unknown color  in house decoration, aud yet thero  seems no very good reason for ,lt. A  drawing room lately seen was decorated, in a, very unusual, way, in which  purple had a prominent part. The  walls were hung with some beautiful  Japanese applique embroidery. 'Nojiic-  Hires were hung at nil. The window  curtains were-dyed to match the purple In the Japanese stuff and their  brilliancy only slightly toned down  by white next the pane. The room  has in it some admirable pieces of old  mahogany and a few examples of  choice pottery. The lighting is from  old brass lamps and candlesticks. The  effect is unusual.���House'Beautiful.  <luliicc MariiiRlartc, Bte.  One of tho last fruits of the season Is  the quince, and belated housekeepers  uften utilize it in various forms to eke  out a too scanty supply in the fruit  closet.  Quince marmalade furnishes a simple way of using up small and Irregular fruit. Cut the quinces up, skins.  Gores and all together. Cover with water and boil till tender. Hub through n  colander, and to every pint of pulp add  one pound of sugar. Boil for two hours,  stirring to prevent.-burning. Uomove  from the fire and pour Into jam pots,  covering in the usual way. Quince Jelly  maybe made of the skins and cores of  the quinces, proceeding in exactly the  same way as in apple Jelly.  A Prnctknl Plpo Hack.  Thero are no frills on this pipe rack  Its only s-.rtistic pretension lies  in   the  "curve, the  line of  beauty "     But if  any one finds   its  simplicity too much  akin to barrenness it can   be decorated  with studs, leather or a little carving  Tho  shelves  are screwed  on from the,  v  summer nir with n sleepy effect, but the  squirrel scolded in an ovr-r ascending l<ey.  But for tho hint of the squirrel's eyes I  could,not have located the rattler." His  color and'hia variegated mniking-* offered  bu; little contrast to his surroundings,  His monotone of noise was iridethiijo. and  to sight as well as iri sound he sooincd  only a blur on ihe'background' of dark  sand on which he lay.  Was the squirrel only curious to satisfy  himself 0ns to the character of that  'strange object or wns he hypnotizedV I  have often am used myself by exciting the  violent curiosity of the iillJe nriiinnl. hut  never did n waving or jumping object  awaken such intense nnd painful emotion  ns the. rattler always demands. I, know  whni must follow .soon ���that the squirrel's' cries would grow weak: that bo  would grow.di/.xy ami finally tumble from  the tree, hang n moment by one chnv  nnd then drop into the'jaws of ihejiving  death thnt lay in wait. .1 hnd ..raised my  iil!o-to save the little follow, when tho  tragedy wns interrupted from nnotlier  quarter.  Swift as light, a form rnred .on tho  singe. , It was clothed in a gleaming ront  of beautiful while and black 'spots. It  ���diifted nnd shone like n tieokhuV'of pre-  ein'iis stones, and I knew the king Miako  claimed a victim. The- newcomer was  smaller than the rnttkr. its'ground color  was, n' greenish gray, and tin; spots,scin  (Hinted in the sunlight which sifted down  upon the scene from the tangled l>:-:uiclie<<  overhead. Al the lirst iiistlt* of it* up  proaeli tho rattler lost nil interest in the  squirrel, which ran back into the tree.  Tho king'snnko he'd his head high and  raced   round  the rn tiler  in  n  wide cin Ie.  while the rattler tried to ���*Ii;iIc awny   Tin- ;  Uitig darted forward asr'if to attack-. i;n I .  the rattler threw,himself into a ci.il    The  king was again away nnd racing mound  with n swiftness the rattler seemed mn'  lile to  follow  with  his eye.    Tho  miller  was cowed already.     Hi.-* ere**1!   w;is low,  .���red.   his   hw/.r.,  buzz   wa*s  jerky  mid   uneven,  and  although   he  presented   a   \ erj   ,  different appearance from  the self coiili  dent  arbiter of the Wood-*  which  lie h.n!  .  scorned   when   I   lirat   saw   him   I   could i  think of  nothing but  some human  luilly  surprised in the act of torturing hi,*1 In ip  less   victim   and   suddenly   compelled   lo  "face nn adversary worthy of his strength  The king snake seemed to enjoy tho sii lint ion   ns   n   cat   does   hor  cruel   dallying '  with a mouse. 0  Itound and round wont the king snake,  and the rattler followed tho movement  till its nock was twisted. Whenever it  attempted to turn, the kiug0would >,piiug  fniwvnrd. nnd it was evident that the tirst  failure of tho rattler iu swiltnOss would  be tho .signal for, muscle to clinch with  venom. The king would race from left to  right and then reverse, nnd if the i at tier  failed to follow that would be the end of  him. This happened, and I sun1 the king  in the air. but could not catch the strike  so instantaneous was it. Tlnie nils a  confusion of Hying pine needle*- in a cloud  catos an even greater urge for  , diaphanous' black uinteriais ilr-ii'".*...  , last &Uminer.  j     Chic and charming .T,r'o Iho u-'wz  sleighing hoods of gray angora int<1  wiih   bands   of   chinchilla   fur :,i>|  1 (him*.on velvet bordered with iiiiiik  '*   Women   who like  the effect >>' n-<  trimmings will be glad to know -Iru ;  rich fabric, in many shades ami *-.'.���, -  1 will bo in.marked demand in ilicko^  tion of Hiinirt spring toilets.  House gowns of oriental cnsluiif > ',||tf  urod with line brilliant I'orhi;ni |. ,t f-.^^p^  have pliiiri red Silk blouse front* re J ,<'M^^'iB|  ticonts. "oped Turkish sleeves liui.l ^-ti&MtM  the silk and are fastened with a itiis.fffiHf��BU  cord girdle. ' 5$3&!*  A  pietty'stylo with fnsliiotin!ili> v.-'^S^tr'i  idies is the wearing of skirts of I "Y;iMiSr  ch  or   i-'.^i'ic!  thoj-e of; dark  Uiissinn green fatllo T-^Ofton  In*  velvet,   miiin   or   corded   silk.  so:o  in   vamni*  waists  if  perm  d  tints of rose color. j  The latest fiat of fashion, alkm* t,  bride to omij gloves on conipleiiiis t  minor ncc��,ssories of "hor weddin,* "i *  The Wrist portion of the sleeve ot'ic  'no far over the luind.that tho nuseitf  gloves is, limxjtjr hoticenldo.  Amazon  cloth  Is  much  used  by iu:'1  high, clnsii   tuilora.     This   fabric i!"  from broadcloth in  having n sruiffini'i-  surfnoe  which is not   disiinct :;//(/ ��/ t  d-ics,, not   permit   of  the  lii-.-frew! out/ice  ohnraeieristie of many of tin* :3*V.'.n 'Y  wool mateiials of the winter.���Nvw \oik j  Post.   ��� ,,  THE  CENSOR.  w  Afoanwhilo Cecil Rhodes won't cvi  how much diamonds go up so Inn.* '-'���  Kimherley itself does rrot do so.-l'l.'-  delphia Times.  DiploiTints' dogs are not allowed (oh  .muzzled in ,,tho f)l-uiel of Coiiunl s.  Thus tho do'z has moic liberty tlun fct  nirisier.���New  York   World.  If Now'York builds a ?C.O.O00.(.O0 ��  mil through which lake and ocean u-* '  may pass.1 there will bo less mile > '[  at Now York city liinh over, i-.nt'i!'-  stilj bb a good hotel 'town.���Detioit J'-j"  mil.  All   doubt   ns   to   the   presence of l-.  Americans with the  Boors has hrr-n-'^  polled.    No ono but n citizen of ''h*-1^;  of the free would have heliogiMpln-il t'*;|,^  derisive "Itats!" to the  British nt l'rf,^_,  camp.���San  h'raucisco Call- ^t-t  It   is   believed   that   even   nnuo ''il'Dl't-,f,|  will  he raised  in this country t'ei u'lii',^  tion   during  the  current   year  tluin ��"  raised   last   year,  some estfniate.* ot .��|    ^  fimotint  that will ,be given in l!'"'1 r-'015'jj^j*  ns   high  ns  ?1UU.000,00U.���At"   ,"s"-"  rial. --^-f.  The iceman hns not done much snu "l^v-'.sys  so far this  winter, but  he will  A_  ^s  an  m  m  ,-|\(' C! *   v^*��-  stircmoi  unless   cnr'iii. -  turn    next  poi ts  are  nil   v,long.     The  prcs  ueaiher  will rslTonl him nn nmplc o\.  to   i.i,\   "short   crcp"   nnd   scieu   ii|  puce on coiiMiinoiH.���Omaha   I!.''���  i-i ���-,  7t?K  Said to Be Locomotor Ataxia, a Nervous Disease pA  . Which Is Also Prevalent in This ^Country���  Peculiar Symptoms,  mcMr   ���)'.  ���i&u.  -\  Capl. J. P.F!n)ny,of thc.Olh United States  Infantry, has returned Troiii Manila, suifcr-  uig fr.-m-^hnt he snysJ*? "n terrib o liiHhidy  wliich is prevalent among live officers and  men. It develops into ncuritia- <r nerve  par lysis, and many of its victims are crip-  pled for life."  Dr.��� W lsoh,_ of  Buffalo, S: Y., says that  this  .mysterious    disease"   ia   locomotor  A SIMPI.K PIPE HACK.  back and should bo scooped out slightly  to hold the pipe bowl in position, for,  contrary to the usuul practice, the pipes  are held with   bowl   downward.    This.  according   to  one   who   should    know ��� fl .   ,.      ---.---   .*-> .^.......iu.  (1,���.m.., .������*  about theat matters, is the only proper      'tlSkflS' ,B�� ??lT A)!c'   V lnk-cn  way from a smoker's uoint of view        ; i" "���--- - ^un^.l�� -v!it:1-cl- U> ih��rostorqtive  ataxia, and i, just a.s prcvnie.t' in JS'orlh  America i.s in Iho, Philipph'cs. ' It is a dc-  genen.tion of the nerve cods of the spina!  coid, which atlco.is the nervo-conljollii a  moti in.  ���Thero nre many cxtimplos of tho ton-iblo  .results of this difcenso to he seen'oh .ihe  slreelspf. I oronlo mid oilier Canad'inn eiticB.  ine clm.riioicN.-lic symptoms of this norvc-  oxhiiiiHting disease is innbllity to unlit properly or to eon rol the hand and tirnrs. The  loot are mised high up nnd. put down hod.  and sole to-cthor in a sort r.f fliippin�� motion. J ho victim in ir,-(lunger, of iaiib g  when going UJ) ,u. (|own HtIli,.B ov nrounc]  coi-rcis. lie w..lks with his eves on his feet,  o.xi er ericing shooting p-iins in tho logs and  Boricc of presHinrc about iho v-.uist. ���  In  tho  later stages locomotor ulnxifi, ns  completely rebuilds Iho wasted nci'vc co_  the spinal cord and revitalizes Iho iy Vh. ,  The timo to uct,!i.-! when ' nervousiiPF- '��f  i-nnkes itself appn'renf. When you fuiu i .  self tapping with the flngcis,��� rt<yf t  nerves of the body twitch uftor rem yo  night, when you lie .--awake, too I101'\' (ll,J  sleep, when you have nervous lienuue-H  lrervotis dyspepsia. foroo  These symptoms of exhausted 'yn ���.lia|i  nre. Iho beginning of a wasted t?rc<-'(Y.,u^-i  must-end. in locomoror ntnxm, l".tr^ ihe  nervous prostration, or epilepsy .",, ^f ���]|  system iu,restored.- For. Ihe boneir��� . ([Cr  rci.'dors of this article wc cannot no ^ D,  linn lorocbmmciicl the persistent llb, ntW  Chase's Nervo Pood, wliich in a few "���" r  will complelely rebuild tho oxhan-'i*'" dH  oirs system and euro tho mo&t.fco"  cases of'the nerve's. ,  ., ���'iw>voa*-  Tliis treatment is'recommended "�� ;iltlfl(,  others   bocnusd   it   Is n modern,^ *-'-������  prcpnrnfion   conipontKicd   from " ���,..,. hni  prescription  of   Dr, A. VV. Clmsoi   ��� '�� i|()f  tested it in. thousand-of cases ot tot<  ..-,.���:..      ������....l..���4���    .,.���!     nnrVOllS    I'I"-:1!    ....  *��t'  wi  ;yYi%  !'*^*  -*l(.1��j|SJ  * fwl  f#  * &  meiib-c prncfiec.    It is considered l.v ��  men  to bo" tho greatest  rcetorntiu.\  ��� i^�� i -,-.���- ���- ���"*-'*" ��-��� ���������-�� "��"��."'. i nature provides for pulo, weak. Dci\y��  mtluerjco of Dr.Oliasc's Nervo Food, whiohi women, and cbjldrejj. .  ntfixiii, pni-nlyHis   nnd   ncrvouS   1"'  with which ho comes in  contact m  lis i"\  cdiiiil  Ith  inc��i --���*Vj-T v'^&<M^S>i_,  1 v" 'I '.|f%^fe-ii  W MOYIE' LEADER,  ii.... 'hv.-^ax,.:&-v��wrr.  ��������� ���  '���,i,!'-i^f^pi>'  1105'JE,    B.   <������  ii  lis  11  III  ���p!j b'K^^^SHORE MANNERS BAD.  1 AN  AFTERNOON   TEA.  Flio 31xni Atten-le.r It nnd Manased to  llnvc*  Some  fnn.  "Now, ".lack,' you will go with mo to  Mr*-, is.'* lea tin-* a '-n.iini!. won't yon:  She is such, a dear woman we cannot  possibly disappoint her, aud you know J  cannot go alone." This by Mrs. B. to Mr.  B. at the breakfast table.  "Well. 1 will go, then, as a personal  favor to you; a No to prove what I have  always said--that teas, pink tens.' yellow  teas, all teas, .-ire the most idiotic, use  less form of social gathering ever "invent  RING  !,'< 1<J-  r  li'i!  .to ^ :  ���  Jo. I'  .: I,   .1  . < ,::. r<.  ,,*TI.  A-, I Ir,1  Tl at .-:���!  I   7".0Op t'  *o fr.-  at the i:n-J  ,cs o= rr;. Iir.r j v.-  :.e d.'iic-JT^ -.iiT'-n-r  * .   i!|tl.,  .-;.'.=j,dr my tale,  'r-nt bliss '  .... - ;i#ii��M,nyEelf'  ike  WMWM��n a  o��.��  i.-r  coiumittirig  jtistitini'le  The drvcob�� seem   lo  rvwMU wrong wt.y.    The other night  ,r-_*M��MH_. voyage up Broadway.    It  ��� ���   '    ��������� ��� ���  hold.  t  thoir  friendb  never noticed  t'but aloft on every other build  v so Hags were flying, and there  SfS&ffi&ilnclt' as Welch in the lower h��.h  |f��!r whore the electric beacons i  WwEeLmt corners winked "   '' '   IptjsMggg&on't know why I  mm  MAN,  !fl��  | collar it is to ��'�� a lla��'- '-"I"' .  nnl one, Hying at night.    I  one at sea, save on one occn  t'-was whcri'a puck of It alia :i  IWittdoiied  their  craft  and   didn't  k-^figh etiquette to haul their col  1   There is something, uncnnn*.  ;olk in the sight of a ling flyim.  I dotilt know why.fhnt it ju.-t  ���y blood.    1 felt so mad the pai ,  jght of which  I speak  that if  I  hatchet or a crowbar I would  [nocked in a few of the lower ganj.'  that  thev  call   doors aud  climbed  ^IJU-aoh the landlubbers n  few les-  1 know nn Aiiicr-  W  slpfgood manners. . I know an A  fM&iip on Washington IJ eights (lint  '  ��fiio^Hs"or D.-iiightors of the Revolution ���   0��tfS$>Va   liberty    pole.     'Jgjint    H��rf  im^heen lowered at night in years.    I  Aboard   old   sailors 'swear  over   the ;  llftct many times. , I  'pother   thing   that   makes   me   find  *^-ith the landlubbers is that they do *,  irw "now  to   walk 'along  the   side-   ,  .-Jilt   iS'.with   the  greatest   deliglu   ;  lfey cross' your bn\vs. or give you a  "the  i-ibs   with  their  elbow.-,  or  M\\ over'your   feet.    I   say that  if-  Ig-ople were to sit down for a tow  Pliil study the rules of the road as  -wSSl for the son, there would be Ie--*  fijmjn   on    Broadway .nnd    ih.e    I'-'-'  J;lliii;iiig the' busy hours. Bed i;  Pft side to left side when p-a.-'-ri)-:  S|pg^Uo directions would be a golden  iiffiMhlie Inntl. ��s it. is ou the de.,'!,  IfiSSpiEsifKfollow .who does the most colli.1      ^'Mho street "is tne ,ehnp who s,-i\*.  ifgo upstairs' when lie gels abo.-nd  a i-rfc'^-^rBUTSSHe-is' the  siuuo  chap,   too.   who  ''$lW$U��imWic <*<-'��'H of tlu" bi�� lj!lsin,'^s ,,!t'  liii.'i^iilltM  haviug uiider*t.)od a wmd die said or she  you. Yon are not supposed to. either  The same thing is going on all .".round 1 Incut ire room."  At nnv rate <��' o'clock saw lh<> P..'** at  Mrs. S.'"s lea. Mr. B. walks up to tlu*  hostess, shakes her, hand, coidially ' and  exclaims in audible tones. "Would you  believe, Mrs.'S.. that I was found dead  iii bod at 4 o'clock this morning'.'"  To which Mrs. S. -wietly lopl'ic*. "Si.  good of you: just like you." lie pn*-se.*  on to the younger sister, repent*-- hi*  query. to which' -he also give** a faraway  vacant reply. .After making �� tour of the  room iu such a manner, he spies a woebe  goiie looking man in .1 "corner .if the  a part men I. "I will try him itlso." think-**  Mr. B.. and accordit-L'ly marches up to  lhe man and puts fo(i*h3the qne-iion.  The man slowly .removes hi-- ga/.e from  the floor to Mr. B.'s face and exclaims  in a |)erplexvdc tone:'"What's-that' you  nay? Rather an extraordinary state  ment for a live man.   1"- ������ -  "Shake, old man: yon are the first poison hero to listen, understand and an��wei  wh.il I havo said." whereupon all was ox  plained. "But. my dear fellow, why de  you look so blue and gloomyV If it bore*  you. too. why don't you clear out V" asked  Mr. B., of the other, who turns a pitiful  face to' iiim.        ' '���  "Impossible,"   bo answers;  "1   nin  the  host;"���New  York Tir'ibuno.  til  ing the kidneys rlujht and Iho blood pure  DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS i  befriend the aged by freeing them frpm ,  pain aud correcting ail Disorders ot tne |  Kidneys and Urinary System. ,  Mr.  Thomas  Ash,  an-old resident or |  Renfrevr, Ont., spoko as follows;     . i  "I am 72 years of ago, and have been ,  troubled foi * number of yeara with pains j  across   my back.    When I would .stoop I  over it gavo'agoni7.ing pain to straighten  up.     I was bo bad that I could scarcely  wa'k    l have taken many kinds of medicines, but got nothing to help mo.   Being ,  recommended to try Dorm's Kidney Pills |  Sad to seo peoplft  advanced in years  suffering fromBaek-  aehe, Jjarnb Back,  Urinnry'  Troubles ! p r -lS brc-.ii-.ts a:-.-.  ZiK A TaS^Sd l And c��M I ,o back t* the ,���� t.m h,v3 p.-.rf.  age frra from pains , yf:'m_mM_Pr._ fj,,. .prUinK ��ir.  and aches, can only |  w-cJlj gmile as if I-.=l'nir,i ro love's weet prayer.  be attained bv keep- i .  '  Cv the ocean fhe !*'���*'! ar*'J lcv*"J a,"! V?'  V.il b.si'J? H tier fnsi L'lwi! io*--.-. v.-cr? sa> ....  -,V!���> m\_ chorus f.f l.;:i'.ws ilut. -,u.:n^-. hrote  tt was tht'rc the '."if--* ' ' ������' r f"'"'"-' "'!>"1:v,���  Ion!*, tiri)'-- J^r', ���  ���- Ii.ji wc a'I nei-t l-no'.v.  *i",, well, ti.e vani-licii .1  s'ic h-i'J jovs nr.fi n-irrfl'  ':.;t *"iil' n-Eta Willi 1'i-r l'^^'>  '�� O-'inrri'!".-* "-po-e  Ai'U pcrcl-anie remcniLcrr* ii all.    W !.<> l.nov.-*.'  1  , ��� I'hi.J ij-r.u.l  1 nil'.-hot.  Dec. 31,1893  Dec. 30. ,1899.  ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE  TH AMERICAN LIFE  ASSURANCE COMPANY.  Head Office:   112-118 King Street West,  TORONTO,  For the year ended December 30th, J Z99.   .;... $2,977,451.64'  To net Ledger Assets :   RECEIPTS.  To Cash ,for Premiums   To Cash Income on Investments  .15744,865.58  . 148.656.81  A DOQTOR'SEVSBENCE  On   a   Very  Important   Matter  Now Before   the   public.  Toeosto,-March 5.��� 'It is really laughable  TO <3ET  ONE'S OWN   PATENT,  .Ci-Jl IctsTii.  "Dtit'ha hns painted a drondfnlly bad  pieuire..   What sbnU I sa.v'about it?"  "Ymi';;iii safely s:iv it is full of indl-  pl.ltialti.. "   Cli-.f-niro It-' �� I  i most    elementary   principles   of   modieal .  ncicnee.   It is a firmly establi.-hcd .fact,  that  i these disc aes arc due to the aelion of {jerms,  1 .which literally cat awny tne substance of'  - the Kidneys.   In order to cine the di-rense we  i imu*l kill ihese gi rmi. >Tow there is on y one ;  ''medicine on car h that does kill lhe germs  of'dh-ease.    rlh;it is Dr. Arnold's English,  Toxin Pills, wh chare the one positive cure  for kidney und bladder troubles."  So said a prominent Toronto phy:  .      DISBURSEMENTS.  , Dee. 30. 1899. Bv pavments for Death Claims.Profits.etc.$303,081.50  i    ���������   ���'   '    "     By all' other-payments..-.."'. ..231,182.32  \ ��� ���������������"��� ������������ "  '    " Balance net Ledger.. Assets...'..   ASSETS.  Dee. 30, 1899. By Mortgages, etc '.   "  Debentures (market value ��608,935.65)   " Stocks and*Bonds (market value $587,391.50..  "  Real Estate, including Company's building..  "  Loans on Policies, etc ,   " Loans on Stocks (nearly all on call)   " Cash in I?anks and on hand   893,522,3*  $3,870,974.08  534,263.82  $3,336,710.21  1,416,932.68  579.939.37  559,993.62  334,651.79  221,005.37  194.821.42  28.705.96  14 Premiums Outstanding, etc. (less cost of collection)  '���  Interest and Rents, due and accrued   i  psician i  ye-.iTd.ay.   "I know a man  named Jones���  J. Jones, who lives at 237 Elizabeth street,-'  THE HOST POPULAR PILL.���The pill  is the most popular of .ill fo ms c- medicine- and ol pi.ls the: rap,t popu ar are 1 ar- , j Jones      melee's Vegetable Pills, wecause they do lj(v c^i^ued.- ��� **rjc sutreixd .horribly from  what it is assertvd they c.a do,,and , ai3, not . ki'cjneJ, Oiseaso -and bladder weakness, and .  put forwar.1 on any i etinous claims to excel- , ^ ^hvgican's skill was of no avail to help ;  lencc. '1 hey are compact and portable, they phir)li j��c _se(\ ni\ the sj-cnllcd kidney cures, .  are easily rnken, they-do not-niiuse.te t,r , whjcn proved totally usk-iess Finally ne  Brjpe, and they give rehef in th'e most stub- , hs���&n  n_\LS  Dr. Arncld's   En>;l sii  Dec. 80, 1899.  $3,336.710-21  137-;*298 24  35,074.75  "  Market"value ol^'Debentures and Stocks over cost    ,  56,394.16,  '   $3,565,477.36  LIABILITIES.     ,  To Guarantee Fund '.  9    60,000!00  " Assurance and Annuity Reserve fund 2,929,552.00      ,   ,.  " Death Losses awaiting proofs, etc...      51,507.35  m  nn-  ^linif-r?!  1IHHIS  allow? ps  iletinr: i:|  lin,* reive OV!iC'.|  absence1:  on't cart  wed to ci  Coin nil's.  ��� tli.ui kit  )0.(.00 ci-  au Vi"-*''!  Illllii.lil.ti  ���lilt'i! ���' -  io it Ji1'^  ro of ll.fi  tm_$_h  fa who killed that' lasear.    lie wn*-  /k.    But  I do wish  we had n  few  ilike  him  in   this  big iiieii-opolitan  ||-New York Mail.and ISxpress.   ,  i ������������'  YVlint We'Do.  !brnnt or eulturod. plnying "on the  i"*s Vocnlmlary of 2U0 words or on  .miversity professor's, jhesaurns of  thousands, it appeara that we h-t  1I.80U.OOO words' between January  Deeemhor.  ery year we "shako hands about 1.200  expending on tho eeremony a foree  mt to raise a locomotive woiirrbiui:  ns. The raisinfr o| our eyelids- is  plished D-l,(i00.t)U0 limes per yent  opresonts the eoii'*umption of ou-  capable  of  liftiri{i  a   weight  of  my  Ifiyi  Rei  |to  fcom  "il  Mids.  toi  rc;i?SflS  moDiJ,'.  'MM  t'i!,;,^5?^  10  'el  thnii ��i!Y|ll  ,.*   (if   Mi'SffirW  ���.Kid ft'ii-i!i'-vpW'2��K-  lini; to the division of our time, jt  md   that  a   normal   man   livini*  70  s  has  spent  no less than  24  years,  onths   and   15   days   asleep   nnd   11  s nnd 8 months at work.    His reore  l   has   occupied    exactly   the   same  ih of time as his work,  lias passed ft years nnd  10 month.*  ivius about and the snmo_ space of,  in   the operation  of   feeding.    'Hi*5  .h.'is    occupied    2   years    and    1'  is.    Two years and 11  mouths aJ.*"  in doing nothing or in  little thinits  ure not easily classed.  ���   Miiprise   is   the   estimate   that   a  l.n**.cs   exacti.v- lh<"   same   lime _ in  iuir  as   in   speaking���one  year   live  1^ and a halt'.    Which gives one. a  idea of the value that mi��ht   lo be  hod   to   every   man's   utterancos.-  m-"b Weekly.  The Conrnc to  Pursue  if tin  .Vttorne>  Ih   Not   Avalliilile.  The patoiri  oflice c'oniiiii*-sior,.*i. in nn  swer to an inquiry coheeriiing lhe cour*i*  of   iiroi-edure   in   obtaining  n   patent,   re  plies a* follows:,  "One having made an invention in or j  der to obtain a patent therefor mu-*i exe >  cute and file in the. patent oflice an nppli ;  cation for "the same, together with SKY I  the first gove'rnmcsit fee. An application .  consists of a petition setting forth the in  vention and praying for the grant of the  letters patent, a specification describiui:  the invention, .specifically claiming the  now features, a drawing illustrating tho  invention and an ji'nih which must sot  forth that the invention has pot been iu  public use or on sale or described in any  'publication for more than t\v> years before the date of the application and for  which no foreign patent has been granted  for more than seven months - Upon the  receipt of the application it is sent to one  of the 30 divisions of the patent office to  which by its nature it,, belongs. In due  course it-is taken up 'for examination to  determine whether it is new and useful  "If found lo be new. an application is  allowed the applicant. Hi* is notified  thereof and is given six months in which  to pay the final government fee of $-0.  and the patent is issued within thiee  weeks after the final bill is paid If the  application is found to lack novelty, a  letter is written to the applicant pointing  mit the objections and referring him to  any prior patents or publications which  mriv havo a bearing on the case. A patent", if for a mechanical invention is  manted for 17 years. Other patents are  eranted for 3M>. 7 and 14 years, the government. fee  being  respectively  $10, $15  and V'30. .  "An  applicant   for a   patent   nood  not  employ a patent attorney, but it is preferable'thnt he employ ono who is familiar  :   with   .preparing   applications,   versed   in  !  making claims and preparing the pcoper  !  ninondineuts     if     necessary." - Chicago  born cases   Hnd   I-uct.   Somewlnre.   .  "Boston  has   13 aldermen, and they  meet on I-'r'nhiy "  *'i;i! (i.'i that's unlucky for the Boston  , ,,j-*. ���    i -|. * - ' "!  I'la in  Denier  ! \ II"  great demand .or a pleasant;, sate : A t id onrreeeiptof pre- by ;  ���liable ancid .tu ior a hafleotions of , -. ^ A J ld fchcmicah Co., Limited, Canada j  ���oat and lungs is fudv met with lu } L.feBuildinr,, 40 King sir ct west, Toronto. !  's Anti-Consumptive Syrup     it is ,-"���*--" *=* ���  ,  The great demand  for a' pleasant, safe  and   rel  the throat  j Bioklo's A.   -  ���i pur-elv Vegetable Compound, and acts  I prornptly anil niHglcaHy in fitibuutng all  1 coughs, colds, brouonitis, Infhiuimftt.ion  ' of the luncs, etc. It is -0 paUtable that  i a child will not refusH it, and Is put at,a  price that, will not exclude the poor from  lis benefits. ' -    J,_. v*    ���  N 111 cm ! I > . '  "YVliv r]!,-|. t'ni>-.in stop'liis skyscraper  fl, *l;il '.������* '*'  ���"*  '(if "b!_'!i "   n-'veland  Wor-n** can so feveri-hnes*, inoanieg arid  1-isrii- ni>- ii ui i-'g sleep. .Mother G-ave?  Wiwni Kxiii-miuator is , lui-ant, sure ai-r  effectual. Ir your dr gui.-t has none ii,  'stock, get h.m 10 pr. cuioit lor you.  Toxin  1 3-ills, whicTr speedily dcslroyid the germs  ! tliat were eating away his kidneys. There  i i* no other that' kill- disease germs���there-  1 fore there .is no other that can be depended  upon lo cure disc'se." [ ���      '    '        v  ' Dr.' Arnold's   Engl'sii   Toxin    Pills,   so;  hi��hly recommended by this doctor, as well |  ! a?"by all who have tried tnem,are sold by all.;  ' relia'ble diuggists at 75c a box;  sample box  3,041.059.35  Net Surplus * $524,418.01  Tho financial position' of the Company is unexcelled���its percentage of net surplus to liabilities exceeds that of any otiier  Home Company.  New insurances issued during 1899   Exceeding the best previous year by nearly one million.  Insurance iii force at end of 1899 (net) ..' '....,   PRESIDENT:  .     , JOHN L.' BLAIKIE.  VICE-PRESIDENTS:  HON. G." W. ALLAN.    �� HON. SIR FRANK SMITH, K.C.M.G  DIRECTORS:  S 4,929,140.00  523,045,403.00  Another  Vari'o'.v   Mlocletl   Man.  "WTmt    do   you    call    good    winter  wom her V" . ' ���  cold enough to make a  th-nk her own firesid** a  il'nii a matiuee."���Chicago  E". GURNEY, ESQ.  JOHN N. LAKE, ESQ. .  J. KERR OSBORNE, ESQ.  " w  ���\\n'  en I her  s   wife  it'r place  i  .���.ennrit,       "   An Uousuu.1 Ofl'er. (i  If you are at all skeptical about trying  G-riffichs' Menthol Luiimeut your druggist will sell it with the understanding  that If not entirely satisfactory your  mouev back. ' Use it for rheumatism,  ueuralgla, sprains, bruises,' muscular  soreness and all forms of swelling and  In Sum mution.    All druggists, 25 centa.  HON. SENATOR G0WAN, Q: C��� .  LL D.. C.M.G.  L. W. SMITH. ESQ., Q.C., D.C.L. -  D. McCRAE. ESQ., Guelph.  HON. SIR WM. R. MEREDITH, Chief Justice u�� Ontario.  MANAGING DIRECTOR : '  WM. McCABE, LL.B.5 F.I.A., F.S.S.     <  BwnvnriT! Y 3IEDICAL DIRECTOR��  L. GOLDMAN   A.'I. A. .    '      J. THORBURN, M. D., Edin.  The Report containing the proceedings of the Annual Meeting, held ob.  Januarv 3'"ith, last, showing marked proofs of the great progress and solid-pros-  neritv of tlie Compnuv} will be sent to thc policy-holders. - Pamphlets explanv  torv of the attract.ive'inve,stment plans of the. Company and a copy of the annual  report showing its unexcelled, financial position, will be furnished on application to the Head Office or any of the Company's agencies. -   ,  6 IMot  ay Cash  M.ill  nnd   ISxrierleiicc.  ���'You say the gentleman is au expert  wiitiess?"    '-   '  ."Yes."  "What is-his specialty?"  "Why. testifying, of course. He Is  1 iu- of the expertost witnesses in tht  ���u-.:utry."-Wa.-.!|.ngtou Star.  Is there nnvt' in*/ mo-e annoying thru  oavuig vuur corn ���.fop,pen n.o'i? 1-* ther.  anyiliiig leoie diii_btf'il limn ge'tim  r.d of it? llollowny's 1 ;"rn Cure will d  it.    Trv ic null oe cim\ inciid.  .   '        "Mi.*bl>.v."     .  }    Mistress���Susan,  how did this  i get broken ?  ''    Susan-.Mebby  it  walked off of the  ', shelf  anil  smashed   itself against   the  ! comer -of   the shtove,   mum.���Chicago  1 Tiiiies-Herald.  THEY ARE CAREFULLY PREPARED  THE  _  plate j NATIONAL  LIFE OF CANADA  ' Issues ft Policv Neir to Insurai-s.  Take One Out "Now.  Mares,. Robinson & Black, Manager*  Pt'ter Dickson, Agent for Jlan.  aucl^. AS. 1'.   -WINNIPEG,  MAN.  ���*>  !-Pills  winch dissipdte   themselves in   the 0��   pL0WS    SEcD|SG    MAGHIME&'  -.toiiJiicl. c.nnot be expected to nave much, c|cV. i��f?o>, Svlilions'iiarro-ivB. windniiiu  nns!oesm Gifts. '  "What's the dilforeuue between tact  and talent V"  "Tact makes a man resign' before  tie's discharged: talent helps him hold  , ;i to his job after he's discharged." ���  1  fiierlgo Keeoro.  Ask for Minard's ami take no oilier. ^  0?; Hotel Balmoral  . tlect upon the into-tiiies, and to overcome  yostivencss thc 11.ed.cino administered must (  nfliiL-nce the action of these cnnals. Par- ���  ine!co'= Y.getablc Pirls are so made, under ,  1 be supervision of experts, that the sub- j  *. alios in them iu.eucJ��.d to operate on the  inte-tines are iGtavded .11 action until they \  [>nss tluough the btom_ch to thc bowels. ^  I'mfcssioiinl   lOttiics. j  "Of course you uever advertise, doc  tor?" ;  ���'Sir!   Certainly uot.    By the'way. be ;  sure to spell my name correctly,in youi  [  (loctjtmt of thai remarkable operation."  elaud Plain iM-aler.  ic.     COCKSHUTT   PLOW   CO.,   Winnipeg,  THEACHERy.  Sr��.*lly t'. eji  The   Maid- C-i've l.i  -ar l'tiisi  , ',.,.   Mis *   t**'-.'!  tlTCll.  n' in  to .give  itonti-e.il.   Free Bns. Am.  P. --1.50 up.   E. P. 11.00 e&.  '���:t:  tin  a  I'leil-ie.  we  can't   exchange  vou   didn't   buy 'it  -L'ii|)l��'iisnnl   Memory IlecnlU'il.  inunini'iit   otiicial   tells   this   story,  , he says ho got from a drummer.  :,PAY SCRIP FOR. DOMINION   LANDS  AND SAVE DISCOUNT  If vou   havo   payments loss than $S0 to  make'nt any Dominion Lands Oflice send us  : the amount, lo.s 20 per com., and we will  make the piiynrent   and   return tho  Land j  Office leeeipt.  to you.    Write for prices for,  largo payments. ��� j  ALLOWAV & CHAMPION, winnipeo  mi  WARD'S LINIMENT Lunnsnaan's Frisnd.  At  i 11 --.t de **in iiv  whi.*l<v drinkin  :''���  Y^Piylllv i'h'u'Ucn raixin. nn  I  Wiihn*. ,M'i  i,-^--niyg,tj|-eil.UM ii.   imauist   de   sin   iiv   nicl"i;  y^-fBt^ini!''  J.  D.  O'BRIEN,  HKOKEK   IN  Grain, Provisions and Stocks  ���r^Btt-aiiiti:'  1 u44*iinE*ii , .  ,..��� ;*j:*X'A^.devv 11  worshipei-  'tl-yclflVlfeii   jiiinpeil  to his  in the rear of tInfect   and  snappi-d  y briidder. r'ar 1111  sease  i*C3i  1)113 Of  ���MY.:. M  ^.wipffKrHW-- - "���'������    *    M-enks    Iiv  �����-.%^51<jAPn '���loaliu.'    a*kcd the preacher.  rYu|&lffi]Kn*.c ,\er jes'  'miiids ine  whar  I   lef"  5\'*J^^^S3!B oiercoat."   replied  the  devout   wor  J.t;,,Va*S-"Kii>',i'   ��s   he   subsided   into   his' sent. -  LY'^a^MMJiipliis Scimitar.-  L/A.^_��S_* 'rl,e s<'"' rtoHpeetliiK. Dog. .!��� '-  \^{fjjjS^�� self'.respecting"dog will bite ,n fo  -Y��WrW^^' r>XCl'l"'1 '" the oxti-eniest. need of self  ^|f,S|te|* "so. though I am sorry to; say .'that  '& PM$M ll(1'v herself, ns u rule.'has no scruple  JiM'^^m111' "or,alid'tit' punishing to the fiill.'ex'  148 Princess St., Winnipeg, Man.  p.  O    DKAWKK   IUK7.  intl your  .���hen ltl  tiring �����  ���n-oui W  ,che W  irvcTorc.0  ,*^ win-11  it of nil  0 -belie'  icofDf  ��� nioin"'  3d i��f  ions (lu  tbovon'J  .,; Clltlfl*-  fiivi-n'-;  ivlio l'��j  individual of the  ���*pji_ "lirsl rf^��P$' "f "er power any,  ^4&��k6p|)site sex ���that,.happens. '"  l,e inferioi  '  \*ltffl *i 'U ''   '"   Ki'U'   o1'   s'tl'(,"���!*r'',���   nn('   i'lijeed.  \ ^Mji\fp the woman.iii the crowded  bus. she  Yto?^1 -clinod  to deinnnd  her' privileges'-as  'HOW .-'"',.,��� '���';"���  ^Japanese   Catarrh  C..��.rt'.7r>-iir'oc'  U1C 7V>'ux'y?::  j Nasal   Catarrh.  Catarrh   Curo   is   n 'penetrating  . A Good Selioiac.  ���Is it true that   KiNon came off the  !:iutie liner iu full evening dvc>>':'\  -Yes;  yes he had 10 g'.-i \u> n--w dia  11 ,.nr! studs throii'-h the ci'**:.u*.i Ixmse."  4 Mileage   lieeiii-d   INI*'La-MM.-vT'*Ji.Y K.i.A MA'flsM.-  \lr. s   '\i-Bi-riii.i .. loiniii.-r. 1.1I   u\i\eilcr  Ui'Wcviilc,   writes:    '-.Sonu-,   year-*   ago   J  U*.. U   Hi: Thorn-'*   Kc.c.ino   Oil   lor   in  !la i.in.iior.- rlu-i m.ui*!ii. nnd   time   bot  He* ��� llecio'il a .mill hie   our.-     Iv.'HS   tin  wHole of   one   siiiiiiih-i    imable   10   move  witnoui   i-ri'K-li"-. and   every   niuverucni  caiiM'il cxcrucmling p in*    I 11111 now out  on the   roiid   turn exi> .-cil to all   kind* ol  WC.lllier.  Il.it     tl.lVe    lle\ei    hi ell    tr.|Ut)leii  with riii-uiiii��l-ni sim-e. I 1io\m-\oi.  kni) a b.tt eel Dr '1 lioinns' Oil ou h.r.u.  and I nlwuy.- lecoiumc. tl 11 10 others, n-  Ir d (1 so much lor me       Nnr����*ry  Violence.  "Wlirit miiihyyoii lock up the -chilli ren's new sleds'.'"       ..  "Well. Iliad an'idea 'they' ought to  last at least 'until- there was snow on  liie ground"- Hei roll Free Press. .  Goinri  Uriel.  ' Clerk - Madam,  ih is   pocketbook;  ��� ic'i-e.  .Madam���Well, what of that?. You've  cot a sign in the window "Purchases  L.xi-haugod."-Chicago Record.  I**,  *.. A vixenish female ��� will iiinke  trouble in a pack of hounds llian  three of the .'sterner sex. for when  0/l^i-,r- dissatisfied., she hnsn'tthe slighii'.st  r. vufM^soi \c about speaking'out nl once. .and.  fU|p$$ In r..cause is exireriiely .likely lo He  ^ Y|��11*1 inpiotu'd upon general princiiili's by  J(imi   chivalrous male, a free light  is fro-  !f^i'?i!,w?'.nc1^.tlnn��l  u^'for'a  short  time  ", o Is 1V.0 mucous. ,��oi��l>��u.c u��nl . ijj w*  no-simd mfl'uiiniauon-u'onil gone.     1 ii<-  tho   result.���Contemporary 1 te  non-** 'I'llpin Iiv.iff!nil.  L.()I1)0,I  I of  ,-t riili*"1  his in*,  nic  )1tlu.ntly  ' [^ *,Htw  y-fy/fVi ugs���He's very charitable,  YSYW iggs-Who.  I'iiicher?  tII^ 1 *"-.'��-Yes.     lie  says  he  always   re-  �����,   f-VfiPlPinliers the poor.  f s^l ^\\ igrrs-Well. that's nli  isn't lie?  crtionl  . which  ju-nn*5"  ������r>f     memory.  4ri#St tndaril..  It's n matter  .-   Philadelphia     Catholic  rfiw5|Keep minard's UDiMLNr in ue iiouse  v *,&       ��� .   -  We believe MINARD'd   LINillKKl'  Is the best.      .        ,    ,  Mutt hi as Foley. Oil City, Out.  (Joseph Snow, Norway, Me,  Rev.'li. O. Armstroug.-Mulgi'ave.N.S.  Ohus. Whooten, Mul{,rave���!N. S-  Pierre Landry,   senr.,   Pokemouche,  N.B.'. '   _    .'-  'Thomas Wassoiv Shtlfield, 3ST.B.  The three great vital factors  of this body of ours aro the  heart, tho nerves and the blood.  It is because of the triple  power possessed by Milburn's  Heart and KcrvePills of making  ���weak, irregular boating hearts  strong and steady, toning up  run down, shattered, nervous  systems and supplying thoso  olemouts necessary to mako  thin, watery blood rich nnd  red, that so many -wonderful  cures havo been accredited to  this remedy.  Hero is Iho caso of Mrs. R.  J. Arnold, Woodstock, N.B.,  who says:  "I was troubled for some  ���timo with nervous prostration  and general weakness, fooling  irritable; debilitated and sleepless nearlv all tho time. My  entire system' became ran  down. As soon ns I began,  taking 'Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills. I realized that  they had a' calming, soothing  inllueuee upon the nerves.  Evei-v doso seemed to help tho  A persistent cold in the head ig nt first a  friend, for it gives warning of the approach  of a, deadly enemy. Heed the warning- bo-  fore it ia too late,'and 1130  NDIAN  CATARRH  CURE.  Cftturrh  of   Head  nnd   ThronU    The  head and throat liocome diseused from neglected cold, causing catarr li when the condition of the blood predisposes to this  disease. .  Cuiai-rU or .the Storancli. this Condition may result from sever.il causes, but  the usual cause is Catarrh, the mucus  drooping down into the throat, and being  swallowed. - m^,  CHtarrh nt Isronohial Tubes. This  condition often results from Catarili ex-  lending from the head to throat. If left  unchecked it extends down the wlndpine  into bronchial tubes, aud in time nttacks  the lungs. '  INDIAN CATARRH CUKT2 positively  and permanently cures every form of this  disgusting disease. It is safe and effectual.  Contains 110 poisonous opiates. Sold everywhere.  Ask your dealer for it or send direct to  Tho  INDIAN   CATAKItH   CVHE  CO.,  140  St. Jiimis  St.i Monti-fill.  John Hisloi* & Co., Piiopkietors.  Write  for samp'e box.   Price, &'c per box.  6 boxes for J2.50, post paid,  see that JOHN H1SLOP 19 on every pack-  11 go.     Largo  sample  box   10c, prepaid,  etmiigh to prove wnat tho remedy can do.  Send for it.  ,    To the Odorless Crematory Closet Co.,  !       Hamilton, Ont.  1 Deak Sms:���About a year ago I bought from  you one of your Odorless Cremator. Clo eta  ' nnd have si"ce used it constantly in my private  ' residence with splendid satisfaction. I am so  - well pleased with it that yon can ship me an-  l other at once for my hotel. Tours very truly,  J. H. MARCH, Markdale, Out.  ' The follow'ng arc the name of a few  prominent citizens who are using this closet,  ana from whom we have very, flattering te_ti-  monials: . ,-*,���*.'_  Di-. D. L. Thompson, Toronto, Ont.  Dr. McGlaughlfln, Bowmanville, Ont.    ���  ���Dr. M. L. Dnon, Frankville, Ont.  Dr. O. E. Ferguson. Kemptville, Ont.  Dr. Ulrie Gabourg, Plamaganet. Ont.  Judge A. 0. Chadwick, Guelph, Ont.  O. J. Mickley, B. A., Chcsloy, Ont.  Rev. John Downie, Watford, Ont.  L. Dampier, Manager Bank of Commerce,  Strathroy, Out.  Peter Hope, merchant, Perth, Ont.  Jns. IMoffatt, merchant, Amherst, N. b.  For Catalogue anil  Pi-Ice List -write to  THE   ODORLESS   CREMATORY   CLOSET   CO.,  HAMILTON.  ONT.  ���:1\  ���   31  .. Ill  FREE  Furni lies purest of oxygen to the system  while sleeping. U cu.es in.-oinnia, noryous-  ne-s, indigestion, rheumatism, paralysis,  Bright'o Disease, and many other di.*orders,  giving vital ty to the t.v-tem by nature a  laws discovered by Dr. S.tnche'. I will furnish nain^s of those who havo benefited by  it in Winnipeg, as well as descripuve circulars to thoso applying. Sub-dealers in each  town wanted. Address W.T. Gibbons,Grain  I Exchange. Winnipeg. Mr. John Butler,  \Vi uipegosis, wri.es: "Your -Oxydonor is a  wonderful thing and has in ado a new man ot  mc I have al-o cured one' man in eight  hours of a bad caso of lumbago."  SEEDS, etc., 1900  SEND   ^_^F   Farm and Garden  OUR     J^lf Implements.  J. M. PERKINS, Winnipeg  .Mniiufiictured  bv THOS. 1.KE, ,Wiiiiilpe��*,  Iii 111 eh en,  r.efore   !S"n.    vhen   wooden  with   ohospiiorus  were  made  Ji,   Ie   were   depend.-n.   upon   fhn.   and  Kl .,'. seeiire �� li��ht.    I^riuany ivai>  refused   to  use I hem.  bill   by-  nnd' clumsy   old  ||tindei'.  : 11-,\  disenrdeil.  mntches  in   Vieii7.:i  lint  i.v .  1S-I  pc'ple  (lie  bo Xe:  SlliellUl-  street,-Toronto-  MIKakd'S ,- LnnnLHT. is used tty-Fnysicians.  &&B[i^3*S^  Are positively guaranteed Pure Havana  Filler, and will please tho most  fastidioua smoker, (  ���iTho yearlj increase of sales provea an  appreciative public.     Manufactured only by  GEO.  F.   BRYAN   &   CO.,  "VvT" IKJ" 3ST13? ES Gr -  eooe   -  THE MOST DURABLE  ON THE MARKET.  LUCAS, STEELE & BRISTOL,  Importers of ({roceries  WriteL13,  HMinllton. Ont  Circle  I can  L.S. & B. CiitfMt  L.S.&B. Kxtraots.  rL.JS.A B. splee  ns    jli      1 ���       t> --.��.   Books)   Ro����rl��ft  Catholic Prayer Cr��cinx..��, soap.  ular��, U-.ligio.UB Piciurea statuary,.and ChuroB  Ornamei.ts, Kducatioriol NS arks..."�������� �������!��� r��  ceiv�� prompt attention, ft &]. S3lllier&C0.,M0_!lW  5p|  ���   H  i SI  * l Vr I  -     til  '   H  -.ii  -?,?!  SI  I >'i'  is  ^  1 ii J.  ,.i  t .  ���  ;  I  !  > .  V  t  1  -+*   I  f  I  \  %$8_WL  fSSEJBKKS2a-irTE32JuHScEI^��;  S���SrW*ria_mBiigL��in__v_s._r,  Iifl��    kuiiil    JjJLiAiJJjil,  v.-er<  iu a,  "_  .'m  a w  ���lI  too,  did].  If J.,  on   '  wo'.  rea  get  pa \  my  prsi  it  h:0  i  Ilf"  If' '  be-  fo  w  th  ni  il  "��c. '  w   ,  0'    ,'  lc  ,e   ���  o  P   '  s  1'  7  ���rxusssssisssiiss���aB���e���ztssaasc^^  tViJ" Sein   _' t! ��a �� g  ..f'S'.rviT .������;i':r!)ii!i;'-T.vi)T. i>r.>t>.  :    C  PubjYhY. in -he iiitr-rost of lhe oooplc  of Moyie fi-,:d East Kootenay.  ..-.-. - j yager beer--old   by the   Keg or  doz.-ji  *\ J. sjiivrit & co.,  J'uitlisheri, ; bottles.  riATj;.* or sui.-��<,i-ii>tiu>.'.  One Year   .:<���:>. CO.  SATURDAY. MAECH .U, 1900,  Bot'tled Beer  in Stock. .-. .  Wholesale   and  Eetail Butchers.  i#r��H'��/i6wfi  -AND-  Esasx-aKSaoiauann, i  ���/  In Paris sjilGOO   has  been  raised   to  purchase s sword for General   Crouje.  fjatMTV.'JtJfa. *g  The chances arc that Kruger with  his freedom :* not nearly as'happy as  Cro::je in his captivity. '    '  Sir Thomas Lip tori will challenge  the Americana for a race in 1901. Hia  neiv yacht will be 'crIIciI (he Frin.  Outside Orders Given Strcf. Alton tion.  GO   TO   THE  l* '  Moyie   ' Miners'   Union  3STO- 71.      '  t  Meets in McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening. Sojourning members are  cordially invited to attend.  1). J. Elmer,  Pres.  W. R. Hooking,  SHOPS   AT  JUST   OPENED  Fernie  Fort Steele  H  flrVjl  I Oi 1  ���mo  S fi  IIU    lifOfflll  3E_*COTT��S3  n.  Moyie'!: J\Ii;ior'.j Union i-i now 130  strong. One year ago thr-ro Tveie, not  'oyer 20 ljiineid working in   t'*e  camp.  2lf!2 Oranbrook Moyie Wardner  R. COSTXGAN: a. G.  'oifice:   Bank o/ Commerce Bldcr,'  -Z��ae?vaT*nTfszv��a*xr3K3eEyKMze  . -Over 3-70,000 of deposits were  withdrawn from'tho bankc of llossland unc  i> i  daj' last week by miner? leaving   that  camp.    Such is the result of Ihe ���shutdown.-  For your ouf/il.    The largest stock.in I  East Kootenay.  KEID & GO.,  _ Cra^l-rook, 13, C.  GRAKUEOOK,  B.C.  ^_* ���"?**.-^ii,*  Forty Sets Chamberware  -O-  U  - i ���  ' *,-''.  \ -  I  if  - *}  '. it  ?Ti.,'  : i i>.  i'i'  Phoenix like Kuskonook will rise  from its ashes, and again flourish on  (hc shores of the Kcolenay. The people1 of that town arc not at all daunted  by their recent calamity.  u uta_tmsae-s~s~a  S.-J. WKITOOMB  LEWIS THOMSON,  No'vahy Public, ACCOUNTANT,     COMMISSKW^Yltt)'  '    Iusur'axce Agent,  Moyie, B, C.  House painter, grain or;  glazier and paperhungcr.  All work on" perfect surface guranteed.' Prices according    to    quality   and  Editor Sheldon, who ran the Tcpeka, | stock required  Kansas,  Capital, one  week  "just  ^siTWoVl0   *R   P  Christ would have  run   il,"   did   not '  publish war, news because -he did not  believe in war. Wc presume he would  have left 'out a veather report that  predicted a wet day also.  ejrsM-rBtsarwcajfcafteatt.wfwKfjrti*  ���"���!['"  I  ������fi;'-'- ���[ ;ii  ..,,��. r r,  ''il ;���    f l'r "'  '.,;'i .  ;,,,,  !''f   '/&.  Down,, in .Tennessee a short time  ago a lhan was tarred and feathered  and rode on a rail for beating and  bruising an invalid women. Served  him right. Inhuman brutes who commit nefs o? tin's abominable nature  phould.be kept imprisoned, Like the  vicious bull tluy should not,'be let run  fit largo.  OMI1C YRNG  LAUNDRY.  W.J. GURD,  "','  KA.KMSTJEK, SOr-ICIXOB, ETC.  CKANBEOOK,      '< B. C.  -" "^t*mj.'<jUCsC��g %__j_ini^2���r���Tvij���-*__]-������+ raiy-^.vyw  MERCHANT TAILOR,  OKANBROOK  Repairing Neatly and Promptly.'Executed. Special Attention Given  to Mail Orders.  Suits   3&adei  to�� Ordei,.  Ia newest designs. They are beauties.', Ono crate of  colored tableware, consisting of dinner and lea 80ts, cupp,  saucers, plates, etc.; all pretty patterns. Tablo and bar  glassware, sugar and cream sets, fruit saucers, butter  dishes,'berry bowls, cake stands, etc, Hall lamps,  bracket lamps audjtablejamps,  ���0-  Just have a look at them,  sm  Good  washing.   No  chemicals   used!  Prices heap cheap.    Near Moyie hotel.  S3H=rsr��f��-?K3sasiw��  MeVittie & Hutchison,  .    Fire and Life assurance. Miti.  Brokers, Land Surveyors and  , Conveyancers,  aud .Notaries  Public.       -     , '  IjO.avo Orders at' Loadur   Oifice. iUOXI.E.  I.  VHtZS.&TfSXV  |.\  '.>  There is probably npt on,individual  o in Atoyie, young or old, who does   riot  feel come degree of  regret at   Lhe departure from our midot   of Rev, Alex  Dunn.    Mr. Dunn  is  a  you eg   tiinii,  but his luture  succesa  m  his  chosen j ilOO'j.'JjM A Y  calling   ia   ag-iured.    Ho   is   a   man  amongiuen and won love atid respect  because lie honestly earned both.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  ��� RAILWAY  AND SCO���PACIFIC LINE.   '  EAST, and WEST    ,  si 3  ifi On  To all points.    Gives   the  only  direct  service from the  THE  POST -OFFICE  "   BJtrG AXD  STATIOXEHY SXORE.  Patent medicines,  toilet ,   ,  articles, office  stationery  andijschooi" supplies. .,,.".  Le.vmko Libkauy,: If yon want a-book  r.f-k for it nnd it will be  procured  for  you without delay.    "  IT PAYS TO DE/VX WITU  & BEATTIE,   ,  Chemists' and X)'i-ti|r.q:I.*?t.'.,  JiOYm.'il.  C  ASSATIElMf  AT G. H. MINER'S  ilri  SAW' AND PLANING MILL.  r il."tuJ~3S.~^Jl!-3lJJ*ll^?v��r_s���,  .**���'..<  Many  physicians  in   t��pokano   and  t-hs Kootenays now  claim   that   \rhat  they  first   though-:  iyas  snVillpox   is I east  r-Qthiug more or Jess th.m  Japanese  1?- :0I Ire ..  itch. J t,is claimed that a doctor oi Spok- j  Une oifured to bet $500 that there  not ots  OOUNTSY  Through first class sleeper daily  to and from Kootenay Landing. Tourist cars pass Medicine Hat daily foi  St. Paul, Pridays for- Montreal, and  Boston. Sundays and Wednesdays foi  Toronto.  DAILY   TRAIN.  1VE631  MOYIE lye, 10:02  Connection   tri-weekly  at  Macleod  NELSON,  B. C  uruu t,u net tj.i*uu inab mere   v��-ns   fn** fin iff.,,.*- n,ui tt i        -.     ,   y .,  ��   tor isMfriiiy and Edmonton, and  daily  eoassofsmollpos   m  Spokane,) at Medicine Hat for  all  points East.  and he found  no  taker,    He claimed  Connection daily at  Kootenay  Land-  ort Steele Mercantile  COMPANY, (looted.)  All KindSoOf Rmigh and  i i  .Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors (ancl Shingles. . .  &___*.  MOYIE,    B. O,  TOR   PUiCES  APPLY  OK   WlitTB'  Or. R. MDIR. ,Mgr.  ���i.."  !   ��''  'W'  -'' '  3  ; '��� I   t.  1.'.  J      \  * !  * '��� i  ' 111  f ������'���'. -  1                            V  that he had treated many cases in  Ohiiia and Japan, and that it was itch  and not at all dangerous. The people  ^ant to take uo chances, but they  don't -want'' to be vaccinated for the  {Japanese itch.  ing for all points in   West  Kootenay,  Slocaaand   Boundary  districts,*-and  for Pacific coast aud main line   pom  Via Revelstoke,        .   '  ts  *'.'  St. Helena,  vrhcre  {recefal  Cronje  vvill be impriso'red/ is an island in  the  South .Atlantic   ocean, belonging  to  the British.    It is 1,1 "0 miles?, wo-st of  - the weeL coast ol  Africa,,   aud   lias,   -rsn  .M-cti  of -J7    square   railed.    i\'iipo!eon  resided thcr;: Yo.". 18.1 fl till his   dcith,  Way 5,1321.    The hOiund j-, of -olc.-wsic  Origin, and conaisls of  rugged   niuun-  taine,     iuterperscd     '.villi    numcroiis  rKvinep.    About one Y?i!j of t'ro island  ib fertile.    Almost tlie only traffic consists in fumif-hiiig coinuioditieri to the  calling ''c'i**;clrf     Thc population numbers (>2i.  THP!OUGH TICKETS ISSUED and  BAGGAGE CH��CKED;tO  DESTINATION.  ti  Cheep Uates to the Old Coiuttry.  Apply for Eatcj., Maps, Tune Curds, Tickets .aud  /���'rli JtiformatiOG to Nearest Local  We carry completo lines of  Men's Furnishings, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries  and Liquors. . .  You  will find a  full line of ���  general  hardware,  including  ' Stoves, . Tinware,  Agateware, , Oils,  Paints, Glassware  A Call Solioited.  riKSHOP IK OOXXKOTION,  Moyie, B.\Q.    .  .  THE WM. HAMILTON MANUFACTURING CO.  (LIMITED.)  9  /v.f:cnt, or  L M. Mansfieldj  . an;Y;rson,  'J'. P. A. Mclso'j,  Atjetd, Moyie,  K. J. COYIjK,  A. G, i>, a., \'anr;ori;r  IS"  I  d O h  H #% ��*  Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.  Crahltroulc,  Fort Steele    ���  aenmery  BETEKBOEOUGH, ONT.,  i  The Typographical Journal for  March 15 contains a tcathing indictment of Gov. Frank Steunenburg, of  Idaho, who is an honorary inomber of  Boise, Idaho, Typographical Union.  Stuunetibiirg is known tliroughout  the Western States as labor.* J3*jiriedict  Arnold oii account of his acting as tine  dupe of Rockefeller, and the Standard  Oil clique in . calling out the. militia  and prohibiting, the omployment of  union miners in the Ooeur d'Alene  district in Idaho. The dastardly nud  inhuman inprisoment Of the'minora in  the "bull-pen''' at Wardner, nnd the  outrages committed on the wives and  families of tlie imprisoned men by tlie  negro troops, caused Sp��kanc Typo-,  giaphiciil Union to request Boise T,  U. to remove the . Governoijj'e name  fiom its membeaship roll; but tiiti request v-as fefilsed. Spokaijo, 1'idiy?.!'  is now placing the matter .b'efdfc lie  sister unions, and it should be-edecess-'-  ful in expelling Steuiienburg from Uie  ����  Prices Given  and   Orders '  Taken on-  Everything',  in the Printing  'Line at1 the  UK ION BARBER SHOP  AND BATH JIOOMB.  T.  IC. COLLINS, J'roj).  MOYIE, B. C.  *" ���,|"i"?��f,<i��*t*-*'*��-"��w.����~^.1���v ii-r-r-niwui i^��� >inL|���_  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABOR  By Suiifllrig Your Work To tho  JEWELRY,  Official Watch Eepairer for  C.  CiiAKBltOOK, B. C.  T-nrTsnwmiifMss in ii-1111'riiuiiijniiiniit.-iii-.i-iiiii  P. R  BREWERY,  W  IN    ,   KEG8  i  AND  BdTTLES.  AND| (PORTER . .  .  PHILJP CONRAD, Pitop.  G001J;VY0RK. PRIONS 'JIBASOWAKLK  yam ULriiSEj)n_iMjzx&u&H\njtolzw*z*3*rW^^  -TT  --���..*�����-._..  K5  turn s ie, &w gpi f, a  m  'Christinas    iu-. coming,.    Get  your pictures   taken   to' stuid  honie.    PEEST,   the   photo-  '     grapher, will visit  Moyie  on  each    Saturday.     .Flashlight  ���     pictures taken at   th.e   Moyie  or at. your   room   or  house.  Leave  your  orders   at  once.  No time to delay.  ���p-res't &-'Oo.,"  _ Photographers,  Cranbrn.,-.;,     Moyie,     Fort Soelc.'  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  Jlcpalred and Made to Order.  K A. SMITH,   -   Moyie.  KKXT JX)OH TO JJLACKSJlXTir SHOP.  MINEF.AL   ACT    189G.  (POKM   P.)  CKRTIFICATE 'OJ.'  ijrPBOYEMENXS.  Jt'OTICK.  Tlie Mcnclc-k, Jr-iucfroii' Trado ilollnr. Lake  View, .Baltimore, Dik'Ic: Fraction, St. ' .Tolin  Fraction, Opiicral Bqiler Frnctioii- and acll-  to-Pay Fraction Mineral ciriims, siltiate in  the .Fort Steelo Mining Division, of Frist  Kootcmiy District. ���-,-''.���.  ��� Where located:���On'tho' Knst side of-. Moyio  Lake. '.     ..-, -,.-��� ". .  Take notice-tiikt. J, JamcB A. iriirvey,' ngent  for tlie St ;-.fiu��oiio Corirqlidnfed' ?,tii.u'ii|.; Com  p/my -J/nnited, Free Mi'iier'fi ecrtiflorilo No.  "IHiB'JU," intend sixty, days from the date hereof  lojipply ty�� tlio.'MlnJiijf .Recorder for a CerUfi-  f-iilo of iinproyeniciits for the purpose of obtaining ti Crown Grant.of tire uho-.-e e.lnirn.  And further take notice Unit ricUon, under  .section 87, m'n'at be commenced before the is-  Hiuiiice of such Curtillciitc of Improvcrnents.    ���'  7    .'.A.HARVEY,  Imtod t.hisj P2th day pf-Fel'r'iarji.-A. J.). J.00O.      ||  m  it^Vjf  s.'^-W  riff  m  Orders Promptly attended to.  R.'Riesterer atid Co., Props,  NELSON, B. C  FOR FINE  i  ADDRESS  NELSON.  SUBSCRIBE. FOE  THE LEADEB  C3  W  '*���       5c=3  ill  M  y  1T1 �����  if*!  i'.r"*.'-. ' ������* ' -.   .-si..  CUTOUT AN3J SEND TO   US.    NO. 30.  .^,^.u,C.^CV:C'--;--'-f--'''^C'���:-     ���     -������'���-���   -^-^-������^^���V.^^._l^>,':^^-''^'  :.-V'--...r:'-��''


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