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 ���/     " v   >'    f  v *��� . 3>'  |e tbaii to- pay  'ontlior' to own  H moving.   See  SffBB      '  |_ts   of  town  on  y  ^_��   w    l"     ��*  P_i      8$  8 ��!  S? M   ��  !  ���3  3  _��  ���:| J* I/' 1 _____  ���^        ���*-��*    1.��*��.   _Ji_fe_____iy  M>YIK B. C.. MAY 17. HKH  S3 A YEAS  ^tf,  ;"rj(K'". 'Jinfc!  M.i.cil,    '��,),;,.  ;'i.<  a CI. CU  ^"���"'''j^ijjI^I  'i^ii��_lr.ii'J.  '..<tf>'<.    __Ztj^ii^i^i1__l43^t>?a��-S!i��3��>S*��o__r*^^        v,,X .��  i p ii ��  ./"it �����-  *_f*  to write .an-  eek. But just  tend see our  complete  THE CfiHNTBV  7_p ���<,_?  HI  ProYineia  emsla-  "a  ture Up, Against It.  iMd  A  t. *-'!���*. *;��� *��� -,.  .*��i.Ai-_n_��fc._n ,  to   ��  #  OOMP&M Y.  2-^Ij?^^^^^^^^-^^?^ ' ^^^^��  M'BEIDE &I7ES HIS YIBY/S  i  ���������������������      ti  Says tW Opposition Policy  Is not Ono of Qbstruc-  ���  ,    tion, or to Prevent  Legislation-    -"  so* M��m7W^us_74w;��nana)4  oiierj  loiies.  JAIN   BANK -8E .COMMERCE,  1 '  ' ' '  -".'"'     ��  lid Up!,OapifcaTL-.!$3,OC)3,qbo. f  JNCH. WERT HAINES. MGR  A  3_LOTI��|_|___|        :T.-;A.'Mackenzie;;: Proprietor  for the ^masses.. Everything. First  Jiy ..respect!   .Sample Rooms  for  / Commercial Men.  ��� British Columbia.  "** in*'  "uTipn  . Viclora, May 15,���In'lhe hour-e ��.iii*:  afternoon McBnde, leader of tho op- \  i)Orti|iuri _.jf] {.licit erroneous ipporls  w.-ro apposing in tho up-noun try  p-ipc-rs (n tlie; . f.f.e.1 that 'bo opposition  wo-ro' prolonging 'llic'pcj"_,ou _o .tb.it  Premier Dunamuir could not go to  London. 1{�� said lie would", iu a f_w  words announce bis position, Tbe  opposition policy was not. oiv. of ob-  st.nii.tion. 'They hsid no Uv*_:rcritn pro-  vont the province be-in- suitribly ri\,-  resented at Loudon, or io 'obblract  proper legislation. If,the government,  would restore the reserve on the foreshores and go to the country immediately on the" railway policy, the opposition were willing to permit supply  to be voted and necessary legislation  to be. paee'ed. Tbis-would also permit  of North yictor'a being rgpreeented,  and he felt ture would gratify the  country at large,' If tbe government  would give those two guarantees; tbe  opposition would readily assist in the  paggage of supplies aud the legislation necessary.  LOCAL    MEWS.  IT' -i. Elinor w.. _ homu from Pernio  the 'If-, oi the woc-k.  ��� Mi.-*, Daisy Aim-strong, formerly ol  Movie, i_ uov/ training for a nurse in  Guelpii, Ont.  Th';... f.uder returned Tuecday from  the Xorlhv._st Terriloiies,  Mi*. Ethel Bennett returned to her  home uear-Marydvillc yesterday."  Ivir. J. C. Drewry is thinking sorio\i���-  ly oi making bis home in South East  Kootenay. He will locate cither in  Moyie or Cranbrook.  Mi *-. Chas. Klingensmilh was up  from ���Elko Tuesday to attend tho  dance,at the Kooleuiiy. , '  ' Tr>< Kim-ell i.i bank from Kimbi-rliiy,  who:,-he wo** doin;( a.-.-e-^mo.it w-'ii.  en _.'.���<!���( nlaims owneit ��� 1>v' lilm and  his bi'.'thery, ' -- r  . W. H. {.tone has moved bin barber  .shop from the Kt. Eugene mine ,up on  tho hill and h:\s put n on )ii-? lot on  Victoii'i street.   - ,  Pr-i'!*'],eetors and claim owm-rs bhould  not.   ;' ii,_c,t   that   their   Free   Miners'  ��:orti:\-at_��� empire on tlio   31.-L  of   tin.**  *. *���-  month.   <'_,_t them renewed   by  P.   1).  Hope, deputy mining recorder.  F. E. Simpson of Cranbrook hat  boon elected by the Od.l 'Fellows' lodge  of Moyio as its deleftcr to ,the- inet-.r-  ing'-of the grand lodge, wliscli will be  held in New Westruing!<���-����� tim foi-  p.irt of Juno..  L,B. Porbes of Kim ber ley was here  yesterday'summonsing the 'hotel pro  prietors to appear 'before    the   license  GENERAL  NEWS   NOTES,  Thirty ThousandTLosd  Their Lives.  Of IMITIWOUE MM  Ony  m  C<'  K5E/��  Pierre  Wbed  \^��>j'  nn^u i ^m   liiw ^r.i��   iSi>^.nif>   n~a��^ij* ,n.  .m ._�� .ffifTn^Wrr ^rr?. t<t_, 5y��S___��c__��.B&.  K  Try i1  c  ?jaSAyii'N'H31*i- .BItOS,'    I'rupS.  Largo sample room" "in connection  with house for commercial men.* Best  of accommodations.  arters for Commenclaf.arid Mining Men.  n, ���   ,     ' ��   ��� ~ MOTIJ., B. c.  3d.   T'l .  ;est;tii^;  Li  ,COM'!r.  -.Drcwrj- Batk ,1'roin Eait.  J. d. Drewry returned Wednesday  from a four month's visit in tbe east!  He stayed in Moyie .until yesterday,  when he left for -Rosslend to attend  tbe .wedding of his brother. Mr,  Drewry says times sire good ia tbe  east, but that the people are afraid to  invest iu'British Columbia on account  of the unsettled condition of the  government.  n,  uut ana inb^Dirants in-  Btfi-utJy ana Horribly  Killed by 'Volcano, ,  It now .v n en is to be generally ' n<i-  milled thnt about '.50,000 pet sous .o^t  their livi-s na a resuU of the outbreak  ol the Mount Puiou voicjuo at Hi.  j'i'erro. Urieiiy_ put., one. wfr-k a_jo  Ltt'j 'Thurdd.iy inurniiig Uio city ui rf'.  Pierre (lisappenred wjlJn'n 10 minneps  in a whirling fire vomit from .Uount  Polec; 30,000 persons ��� were nibtautly  and boriibly killi'd, and the volcano,  who-si. iiufiK-r-t orator for inor:; I'.ian "i0  yt-mri luid'been occuyi'.".! by 'n '(iniot  Like ui which picnic u.uLied bathe'l,  suddeuly'discharged a torrent ot fiery  niud, wliicb rolled toward the sea,, engulfing everything before it. Then  the hist of  cable  communication   was  commission   inquiry, and   give    such WeQ and ^ doomed   dly ,vas' iij0.  evidence as may be required of them,  lated>from,the world<  P, J, _IcMah'bi_ and JI. A. Beale  havb returued from iheir trip* to  Edmonton. Theyr,s���y ,thiit part of the  country is enjoying a-"healthy buom  and that the influx of people there io  very 'largo. lUessnC* MuiMuhou anu  Beale purchased a section" of land  about 70 miles north of Edmonton;  A Successful Social.  It bag been a long timecince Moyie  has witnessed a more enjoj-'able social  event than that which was held at the  Kootenay hotel last Tuesday evening  under the auspices_ of the. Catholic  Ladies'Aid. .Not only was1 it a success socially, but financially as well, as  some #95 was raised, which will foe expended ori improving the Catholic  church:   The committee,   Mrs.  1\   J.  ^^���^^���^-^'^'���^'^'^'��*7i-*����  N*,'-*^'"^-^*^*^*^-^,-^ ^t-  __��__��. _TO�� =��B. _��_>__����. IV-  .-itubbiiij; Affray fit Al<!ri(]_*;c:,  Guiseppi Miguomo and Michlc Tiso,  two Italians working in James Burke's  section gt:ng at ..Aldridge, became involved in an nltorcation hiet' Sunday.  Mignomo stabbed Tiso, but the knife  struck a rib, thus averting what might  have otherwise been a fatal ' affray.  Miguomo made good .his  escape   and J  .   Pates Set for Invo.it'gatl.m.  , At last- the dates have been eet for  the investigation of the administration  of the licebse comiseioners in the  Fort Steele license district. The dates,  towns and hours of meeting will be  found in a legal' notice published in  \ Unis paper.  i The mode of procedure is not yet  known, but, in the. opinion of the  Leader, every license1 holder in the  district should be summoned to appear aud compelled to state tlie exact  amount his license ctfsl him. Then  wberi a case'is found where an applicant has paid an excessive price for  bislicenFc.it should be ascertained  into whose pocket the ..mount ovpi the  stipulated Icgel foe went, ,?t the man  in charge oi iht- investigation  depends  The Treadweli company consuniua  140 tons of co.il ovoiy 2-L Jiourn. Thi��  coal cOiucs from Vancouver island ami  a duty of 70 cents a ton is 4"paid Unclu  Sam when H is landed on Douglasa '  Island, Alaska.  .The large-it immigration train o?  the season recently reached Calgary.  It vvas oyer a third of a mile in length.  Forty-three cars of live stock and settlors' effects came first,and then,three  tourist coaches, a day coacli and a  buggage van. \  ���  Tlie Silver King mine'at Nelson is  to bo closed down permanently if boring operations, fail to disclose now oro  bixh'e:-; below (lui b fir run /one of the  t>.nth level. Thio is me cubotimcb of  .1 eircui ir issued to t.hc sbareholdors.  The men were let out a wook a��;o.  The Canadian Pacific railway has  just placed , an udditumal order for  i?0 new loconiotivos. 1'hi_ brings (the  number of engine.1, contracted for, but  not delivered, up to 50. With' the/delivery of theso the C-.inadiau Pacific  will own neatly 1,000 locomotives. Tho  now order U for ton wheelers.  The  North   Star   Mining -company  made its first shipment of ore for   this  Benson last week.    'Die ore was  billed ,  for tho Trail   smelter.    {Shipments will  be kept up   rogular'ly 'from    now   on.,  Work i'j going on rapidjy on   the 'tun- .  n'il into the rich lc-.j.d struck  with   the  Diamond drill   ten  days  ago.    Thre<9  shifts lire at .work.    Tiiey   are   already  in 75 feet.  With one exception, all the ������_<-��� rubers of this year's graduating obsss ii? ���  electrical engineering at McGill university will" find employment in thtf  United Stales.,, One company ofi'erec.  to take, every member of the claef?  bat was only fortunate enough to secure two. There wore twelve ia .ttid  graduating clues, and only-.oa'o - re*  mains in Canada,  KootODiiy Steam E.aixii_try.  Wesley Cline; of the   Central  bote',1  barber shop,  is   now   agent   for   the  Kootenay Steam Laundry  at Nelson;  All latlndry left in his charge, will  be-,  promptly attended to. , Laun fry must  be in before Tuesday evening.    Terms,1  cash iu advance. 5-2v,  JicATahon, Mrs.   James   Cronin   ami  Mrs. A. P.  ivlacdonald,   are   deserving Ion voluntary  evidence  alone   the   in  of   great   credit   for"   their     untiring . res ligation is likely to prove a farce.  efforts in making it a success.  METAL   MARKET;  New   YoRK~Bar silver,  51^ cents,".  Lead, $4.12^.   Copper,  $12.20.   "    ' J  LoxDON���Lead, ��11, 12s, 6d.-  dilligeut scurch for him.    A'-VitlciH <���������: 5J(-yio  i.(:ir.!>  r Cu.-'s ^Jill.  Tho Political Situation'. ,   . '    About eight _''clcok yesterday niorn-  Xotwithstanding thc   fact   that   tbe|':r,S th>eioralll: \til,alL Gn   thc  ���&m  m  government   at   Victoria   is   utiil   jn j the Moyio Lumlier Co. s s.twmill broke  working order, the general impression |aml before tho 31tain could bo   turned  r'ili  "PUBLIC INQUIRIES ACT."  "PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby piveii tbrit meet"  iugs or the Coi'imi'.sion issued to W. II. Bul-  lock-\Vebs.(.r r..-*^., of Nelsou lo liokl au I ii���  quiry iutrt tlio adnijuialialioii of the "Liqiior'  License Act 1900" in the. Fort, Steele License  Oi-lrict', v.-jll be bei-J as followa:  A t Moyie ou :_6tu May lPOi at 10 o'clock A. at,  " ��lkd " -JTth May 1002 at 7 o clock P. M,  " reruie       " 2Stli HJny 1<j'j2 at 10 o'clock A. M.  "Crau'orook " 31st :,tay W02 at 10 o'clock A. _._.'  "Maiysville " iud June 190:1 at 10 o'clock A..ai.  '��� .Kimb.-rley "-lib Jure 1?0^ at 10 o'clock A. M.  '��� Fori Steele " tin. Jn'ne 1_C_ lit 2 o'clock l\   .\jf.  ��*eei>i3 tola thiti't will co]Ta63��dt.-iiiclolf bo!h   '-yl-^R''   ^oads   wore   blown   Ofwhkb ��u persons lutere&tcd arc hero by w  hn^ nnf vpI   Iv.rvn    n.Vnfi-ro/1     -,Hli.-,���n-1 J '     coi.upov. tu._ jiig - , quired re riike notice ami   rovern  theuxselves'  mio not }et ^oocn   captured,  altbougn , tj]p 0-tI.]v Sl1,__u_r out.    j yrcuutely no onu w.ts hart.    It  Constable   Drummoud   has   made    a I    {vTdiWsTn  ^icw   the   people   are'  ,<**".  if so wi;c.m isupply you with [jood Tackle.  A Danr-e on 3l��iy 2-4t<_.  The meinbbrs of Wilduy Lodge  I. O. O. F.t ]\[oyie, decided at their  regular meeting last Jtomlay evening  to give a dance in tnefr hall Saturday  evening, May 2-it-h. The various committees have been appointed, to look  after the music, floor, refreshments,  etc. Ticrcets will bo .$1, an'd a, cordial  invitation is extended to everybody.  s already looting for available timber,  and from all appearances there will ,be  no scarcity of it. In this district. R.  E. Beat tic, Dr. Watt, J. A. Harvey aud   ^l�� lo*' ��  s��   ieaot    thr vN weyl:3  ���lumlh to  replace   Ihp   l-rokch  or   a  oar iri.  jlost of the aei;:U th'e ini.l hav�� been  laid oil'mil ���-   '.r.nber   cf  thcru   .avo  aceoramt'Jy.  r.E'.TOCK.K. l'01*mc$.     -���  v,     . SccivjLii _��� to (lie Comuiib'.iou^.  KiiaLerio-. , 1\. 0., May 10,12tr_.  tt&xataiatsfv  twri^aj'* ���jrJ*u iTwayrii^ sjt, n_n��\gra  fmm  ~&  praline ol Rods, Flies, Minnows, Heels,  poons, Kirby hooks,  Braided OilgSilk  K^3-1A Motion Lines, Fly-Books.  pi n*W!and.fresh from the manufacturer^  h  o.  ���<��rc        -k  rotitionl .ireollue; Cnlltic-..  At a mooting of tho Liberal association held at the Manhattan hotel  Thursday evening it was decided to  call a public mooting at tho Odd Follows' hall next Wednesday evening io  discuss tbo political .ituation, Everybody is invited, and a free iliecussion  of the issues is r0((nested.  J.   C.    Drewry   arc   spoken    of.    Mr.  Drewry has been asked to stand aid it  is likely he can be prevailed   upon   to  do so in cac-e of   an   election.    He   is  hea-.ily   interested  iu   the  district,   a  thoroughly competent  man,   and   no  doubt would make a good shewing ��for  himself   if   elected.    Jlos-iis.   Eeat.u\ To Vo .Ures?Illjl|I, .r���r���,  Wati and Harvey are also .veil known      ^ ^^ ,()l[^ ];    .iC,_Is..>ai..<?.;   ny  m^this district and   are  good,   capable   lR,0 liiei,,;, .K.r. l-j.,,.  .<ro..���i_e   to Jo  t?lcU'       ,  j bid annual   assc-stnent   work  on   ihe  C;i-.ii!jroii:t -.vili Owoliia'.e jiT.-iy ���_.'.        '.Snoitcd    LvOp n\:  ���   .*  Tiie day's sports will be   as   follows :  It is unfortunate that the mill broke  down at this time,, as everything was  running smoothly and a good lot of  lumber wis being turned out daily.  Manager Hugh Cameron is using  every effort to tjeL thc mill running I  aaaiu as uuicklv i'.s possibly.  _r��  lVIiO*'.ES_\XJ_ AMu RETAIL ���  [EAT     M'ERCHANTS]  fresh   and Cared 3Ieat3,  Vresh*  Fish, Came   ana  Toultrv.    We  supply   only   tho   best,  trade!.solicited.  ri-JAKKETrt  our  ���5>V  V3  kt  li��  o  lialcyon Hot H_>Mn_.e.  The most complete health resort ou  tho continent of North jimorica. Situated midst Scenery unrivalled for  granduer. TUJS KALOVuN JIOT  _Tjv12-.'GS ^'aiuliirium, ;iaicyo:i Hot  diirings, /u-ioiy Iiakc, B. O. ik'sidout  physici'in and nurse, Boating fishing  and excursions. Telegraphic communication with all part, .of (he  world.    Two maiU arrive, and   depart  L..U ig  f,    6 ! '   I   !  daily. Terms, tfla lo -VIS per week-  according to .resilience- in hotel. or  villas. Its baths cure all .nervous and  muscular diseases. Its waters heal all  kidney,  liver  and   stomach   troubles.  Lacrosse match���LetbbridgO' w. :  Cr.ir.brook���schedule game, thc rlrst!  of a series for theLovas.-eur cup'. !  Football match,, horse racing. i.  Athletic sports as follows ���  1. Hundred yard dash.  2. Quarter railo dai-b..*  ',). 'i hirty yard potato race.  ���I.   rwo. hitndrod   and   twi-.jiy ymc  obstacle race.  i). i!ne mile iclay iace.  (.. Heventy-i.vo yards boys' race.  7. .-istoon pound shot- put,  '*. i'ole vault.  '.). Standing broad jump.  10. iumning broad jump.  11, Limning high jump.  ii, Tug  of    vl/ar���-Cranbrook   vs. .$  comers, .  "iutip    which    is  ! situated about half a mile  b'ick  of  A.  i. Clark's pl.ic^ c.n   the   wear   ?:de   of  Itio a   j.old   :ina   eoppsr  :ind   .;   i iii-.iel   h;'.s   been f  Moyio lake.  uropwii-yoo,  diiccn :u -iwo'it i1' fc-'t :n   Uc   ledj-e  Iri    all   th.e   .Principal  Cities  and    Towns' in  British OolutftB'iE''..  PASSBOOK, B. Ci  -,?,  *!.__  .    I.  v :  &\f*\  i;i,- ijv  7   I    ���-  '  HUC   l._  j     iMoyic i.;i:e i> rapidly n ..ciirag   liigh  i water'inark, ah-.l now only laoks about,  f V7> iuchovi cf being at rhat poinC    It is t ,��  \ I��kadi.uai_'_>..{s roa  IvOOI'ENAr  rx%.sjzarizz2xeix-a?.  j*'-ttzT'<i^vi?rra^)x^��s-*T*m.fBr*B��*.vi> .awn  not e-zr-vici.'^-. th.iugib mat   the   water  will 'TOt mi.oh   -'���'���:.��� :cr.   as   :i   is   said  ��� a ia  jIthj-.j fj. j,-v nc' ,��s uiitcii diiow   as  usual  i  in .li. uiui.i. ��� '*i-io tin-*. ,.eai.  i-.cto'i'i  j'-.i.''  3'7jvCiii-"!OJi  l-:;.tc"=,  For the above the U.madian  j-'acuic  r.ijlwa^   '--'J .-'ri'iivi iuiuvii tioi.ot" 1.7 and  linu u"- ^'Jii'!** *'' -':ro   and   oin1   11��ir��l  ior   tho   r;:'i.r;   j.-'-.i-ncy.    Tii;k.��!.   on  *j a �� *��t? sa si _i U&.  ' L-yr  l^.^^'^'.-hi:^  i-.i:.-* M.iy -".:, -'.->jl-i-  Inni till ^- iy -'���! "���  _7iVi-m firv Sal��,  A. 3G0acro farm, three, milo3 .from  ���,, -     - ���������,,* ���     Uox'w for sale.    There is .j-considerable          inl3   43   rtl5 .excelloot" programyOiiillu;!ch!;UC({ aud" it   is   well   stocked  The baths and waters are1 an invaluable [sports, and thoday should  prove ..moi. 11 with hogs  and ������poul.ry;,   For  further  roiuedy for silver and, lead   poisoning, \ w\< r..:st.ing.   ��� ��� ! ;l*1-on!ji.i'tion apply *^t this office,,   'ir-29. frM���a_ri [SM^tif-^miM  *~+KKUMGw*Ji*��jfr**ia*aKl  ���gffw**->P*����aw����gjiw�� d*�� t w  b'  |^WW^^  I .-  ���     By SIR WALTER BESANT  Copyright.  1900,   by  Sir   Walter Besant  CHAPTER I.  THE IlEriiKPS AND THE POET.  [HE happiest day of my  life up to that time, because I  shou-ld be tbe  basest   and   tbe   most  ungrateful of men wore  I   not to confess that  1   have  since   enjoyed  many,days far excelling In happiness that day. was the 20th  day of June in the year"of grace 1747.  For on that day, being my nineteenth  .    birthday,  I   was- promoted,  though so  young, to be mate or chief,officer on  board   my   ship,   the. Lady  of   Lynn,  Captain Jaggard, then engaged in the  Lisbon trade.  I wlll.jteil you presently how I was so  fortunate as to be apprenticed  to so  tine a craft as tbo Lady of Lynn.   Just  now It Is enough to set dowu that-she  was the" finest vessel' in the little fleet  of ships belonging to 'my young mistress,  Molly   Wilier,   ward,of Captain  Crowle.    There  were eight ships, ali  ber own���the Lady of Lynn, the ship In  which 1 served'my apprenticeship;'tbe  '' Jolly Miller,  named after her  father;  the   Lovely   Molly,   after  herself;   the  Joseph'and   Jennifer,   after   her   parents; the Pride of Lynn,  the. Beauty  "  of Lynn, the Glory of Lynn and the  ." HoDor of Lynn���all of which you may-  take if you-like as named after their  owner. - Molly owned them all.-     ;  1 have to toll you in this place why  one day in especial must ever be remembered by .me as the most surprising and the'happiest-that" I had ever  known. ,c .  I was'standing on the quarter deck  on duty-when the  boy came up the  companion,   saying' that   the   captain  wanted tb speak to me:   So I followed,  little thinking of what he had to say,"  expecting no more than some question  about Jog or cargo, such as the skipper  is always putting to his'officers.   *  , In   the captain's   cabin,   however,   I  found sitting at the table not only Captain    Jaggard -himself,    but   my    old  friend   and   patron,   Captain   Crowle:  His Jolly.face was full of satisfaction  ,and good humor, so that It gave one  pleasure only to look at.him.    But be  sat upright and assumed the air of dignity which spoke of tbe quarter deck. A  man who has walked that part of the  ship in command doth never"Jose the  =!ook of authority.  "John Pentecrosse," he began,"I have  tent for you in' order to inform you  that on the recommendation of Captain  Jaggard here"-^-Captain Jaggard gravely inclined his head in acquiescence���  "and with the consent of Miss Molly  Miller, sole proprietor of this good ship,  the Lady of Lynn, I have promoted  you to the rank q/ chief officer."  "Sir!" I cried, overwhelmed, for indeed I had-.no reason to expect this  promotion for another two or three  years.   "What can I say?"  "We don't want you to say anything,  Jack, my lad." , The captain came  down from tbo quarter deck and became my old friend again. "Give me  your hand. . You're young, but there's  never a better sailor afloat, Is there,  Captain Jaggard?"  "None, Captain Crowle; none for bis  years."  "For his years naturally, ne's salt  through and through, isn't he, Captain  Jaggard?"  "And through. Captain Crowle." My  skipper was a man of grave aspect and  few words.  "Well, then, let us drink the lad's  health." "And upon that tbe cabin boy.  who needed no further order, dived into tbe locker, produced a bottle, opened  it and placed three glasses.  "No better Lisbon," .said .-Captain  Jaggard, pouring it out. "Goe3 even  to the table of the king, God bless  him J"  "Now. gentlemen"���Captain Crowle  pushed a glass to me���"first a glass to  Miss Molly, my little maid. Jack,  you've been her playfellow, and you're  now her servant."  "I could ask nothing better, sir."  "1 know���a good and zealous servant-  Drink It off. a full glass, running over,  to Molly Miller."  We obeyed, nothing loath.  "And  now, Captain Jaggard,  here's  the health of your new mate, long to  serve under you, your right hand, your  eyes open when you are off tbe deck,'  J am proud of you. Jack, because everybody speaks so well of you.   I met  your father this morning and gave him  the good news to rejoice his good old  heart. He was too proud to confess his  joy.  But we know him, don't we, Jack?  Well, I confess I shall not be happy till  you are Captain Pentecrosse, wit.li a  share in every cargo."  "Nay, Molly, the ship Is yours, and I  am but your servant, though a' proud  and joyful,servant."  .And so we sat and talJced, while Nigra went on, with her work, sitting at  tlie feet of- her mistress, whom she  watched all tbe time as a dog keeps  one eye always upon his master.  At tl.Is time my mistress was 10V,a  (time when many girls are already married. But sho^was still a child, or a  young girl at heart, being one of those  who,' like a fine Orleans plum, ripen  slowly and are ail tbe better for the  time they take. In person, If I may  speak of what sliould be sacred, she  was.finely made, somewhat taller than  the average, her hair of that fair color I Samuel Semple, the ragged, skulking!  j was not unusual In the house of a justice of the iii'.'ice.  "Come v ith me. Jack.  It shall not be  ..���lid  that  I  inflicted  this  punishment  .vithout a witness.  All the world shall  know about it, if so bo the culprit de-  I -ores.    Come with  inc.    Jennifer, keep  I within, and if you hear groans praise  tbe Lord for the correction of a sin-'  tier."  Greatly marveling, I followed the  captain as he marched out of the parlor. Arrived at the garden, he looked  around. "So," he said, "he has not yet  come. Perhaps it is light enough for  you to read some of his pernicious  stuff." With that be put his hand into  his pocket and drew forth a paper.  "Read that, Jack.   I say, read it"  I obeyed. The twilight gave sufficient  light for reading the manuscript.   Besides, the writing was large and in bold  characters.    "Why."   I ��� said,   "1   know'  this writing.   It is Sam Scrapie's."  "Very good.  Go on, therefore"���  At the very first words I understood  what had already happened and. guessed pretty well what was going to happen.  "Molly, divine!   Thy heavenly' charms prevail,  As wlien tlie sun doth rise stare fade and pale.",  "No need for much more of the rubbish, Jack. Bead the last of it I read  It all, and it made me sick."'    '  "So, matchless maid, thy silence grants'consent  See, nt thy feet, Ihe poet's knee is bent  When evening roses scatter fragrance faint  And the sad Philomel renews his plaint,"  "Did ever man hear such stuff, Jack?  Go on." '���'  - ���       "  "Within this bow'r, afar from trig-ht of men,  Tomorrow, Wednesday, atjlio hour of ten.  That bow'r, a shrine of love and temple fair,  I will awaitfthee���Samuel Scrapie���there."  Whai do you think.of that,, Jack?  In  Uio]la the average rate of rnil-  ���Way     traveiling    is    irom    ft\-U    fo 5  miles an hour.  Fowls   are  supposed   to   have   boon  first domesticated in China MOO I..O.  The forage bill of the British Army  in times of peace is ubout ��G.T.),000  a year.  Bank of Kngland notes cost a halfpenny apiece to produce.  ">��yy:,:yiif--7-  s"<^ __i���, ^ l'   - ���  rmliU],  Is Too WeSI Known to Hosts of .Ncrvc-Exhausted Men and Womcn-Thc F f      P7_?M  of Using Opiates. Uff��SV^  ��� ���   _Al|CfifcljE  *-'a ''��� Mil  se<v.a:J'|  f&enira  r-v-^l  To lie awnkc night after night,  the brain on fire with nervous excitement   anil,, thou u iecteredj  the mind in never-ending variety, is thc common experience of persona whoso nei-v../. ....; ur ,s fi*��k:!_ _.__������*_����  vDUfSEO BY. 8JS8RSG DR. CHASE'S BSEBVE FOOD.  During, such nights nervo force, is consumed at a.tremendous rate.  'i-ve;-  Instead of being restored nnd reinvigoruted for another day\s wear and tear the 1    i    ��� ��"**  od and exhausted and tlie mind is unbalanced by this terrible waste of energy   wh  ���} J.,    ,,a r'lrlta<.&��"*?���!  idly burning out.   ' ~ 7"     "  '    '��="���   ",,J>" *�����<' lamp oj'i^_��jMU>i  .       It is in this despairing condition that many men and women nUpinp't   to   druir   ��.��.   ,i_    i feSfl  , the use of, opiates.   This is'a-fatal step which hastens nerve, decay. lhaB>l$fi��H  .Surely itis wiser to build up and completely restore tho nerves bv usiiur Dr   fh.c���'_ v  mont .which gets right down to the foundation of the difficulty and" effects i.ermn,,��!_.   '      ,Vfi r��od'  thc wasted nervo colls. _ * circus permanent result.,  Sleeplessness is only one of tho many distressing sympton  Chase's Nerve'Food. It is a positive euro-for weakness nf iier  because they almost invariably arise from exhausted ner  ,8i- IDdniai?son, Bates & Co., Toronto.   "*  *"'" ��"��*���������� permanent result., ])Y   ''AxSfi  m��- an  lptonis which entirely disappear with tin, TOSS  if nerves and body, and !�� 8PW| !_ ,r ^"fSi  ���ves.   00 els. a box, G boxes for ?_.__  (l.^"ffl  J&K*  "^^r" Z^mar v*ih(j  which is the chief glory ��f tbe Eng  dish   maiden.     If a  Lisbon girl  could  show that fair hair,   with those blue  eyes and that soft cheek touched with  ruddy hue and the velvet bloom of the'  September peach.'she. would draw after her the, -whole town, with the king  and his court and even the grand inquisitor and bis accursed crew of: torturers. -  She was of a truly affectionate dispo  sltion, her mind being as lovely as her  face. " In manners she was easy and  compliant, in discourse sometimes  grave and sometimes merry. As for  her great possessions, she was so simple in her tastes and habits, being ln  sniveling,impudent son of a thieving  exciseman I A very fine lover for my  little maid! Ila, will he? Will'he?"'  The captain grasped his cudgel with  resolution.  "Sir!" 1 said, with submission. "What  did Molly say to this precious epistle?"  "Molly?    Dost   tKink  tbfft  I   would  Jet   tlie.littl*  maid   see such   ranting  stuff?    Not  so.     The   black    woman  brought, the   precious   letters   to   me.  There are three of .them.    Walt, Jack.  Thou   shalt  see.     Hush!     I   hear   bis  step. '  Let   us   get   Into   tbe   summer  house and-lie snug to see what happens." ' ,v   .  We stepped, into the summer house,  y^w c**s. < i4 4 .fact, a* a*/ jt^u  &7l>  /  _ ?ftirl  jtfltff'  _.r"'5L��i  ipift'MJf  fef��  _'frrtt_f  (s(HireU^  Osruds  [*****��� 4eefu>��� $%le> fi<MA/ pnUi  JoiL  ^W  &   <C*   cTt   /a    qM- fi+ /_^,       '  'all. respects   like   the   daughter   of  a   noiv pretty dark, and waited expectant  plain merchantman's skipper, that she  understood  little  or  nothing of  what  these possessions meant or what they  might bestow upon ber.  No one, however, must believe that  ther.e was any thought or discourse con  cerning love between -us. I bad been  her companion and playfellow.  I knew  Like tbe captain."! ,was'filled with  amazement that Samuel, whom I knew  well, who was my schoolfellow, should  presume.to lift bis eyes so high. Alas!  There is' no, bound or limit, I am assured, to the presumption of such as"  this stringer of foolish rhymes. Yet  I  felt some compunction  for him  be-  ���i~_*S."> **iV.-��iir-  The gold guns belonging to the  Gaokwar of JJardda have only been  used once. That was, for y_o King  when, as Prince of Wales, ho visited  India.  ner very mind and could  tell at any.   cause he would most assuredly receive  your sailing master, the keeper of your  log. Jack Pentecrosse, 1 drink to your  good luck."   '  That was the event which made this  day the happiest in my life. Another  event of which 1. thought little at the  time was more important still In tbe  after consequences. This was the humiliation of Samuel Semple.  In the evening as soon as I could get  ashore I repaired, as in duty bound, to  pay my respects, to tny young mistress.  She was sitting in the summer house  with some needlework. Beside her sat  her good old black woman. Nigra.  "Jack." She dropped ber work and  Jumped up to meet me. "I thought you  would come this evening. Oh, are you  pleased?"  "You knew y I should come, Molly.  Why, have I. not. to thank you for my  promotion?",.  She gave me her hand with her sweet  frankness and ber smiling face.  "I would make you captain, Jack, but  my guardian will not hear of IL Ail in  good time, though-  1 am only waiting.  time of what she was thinking.   Some  times her thoughts were of high and  serious  things.    Mostly  they  were of  things simple, such as, tbe prospects of  tbe  last  brew  or  the  success of  the  latest cordial.   Of suitors she had none,  although  she  was  now,  as  I  said.   1G  years of age.  There were no suitors'.  ,1  very well khdw why, because, perhaps  for friendly reasons,   Captain   Crowle  had told noe something of his ambition  for his  ward.    She was too- rich and  too good for the young men of Lynn  What would any of them do with such  ah heiress?    She was too rich and too  good  even   for,, the  gentlefolk   of   the  county, a" hearty, rough, good natured  people who hunted aud shot and feasted and drank.    What would  they do  with an heiress of wealth beyond their  highest hopes bad they any knowledge  of her.__vealth?   But 1 believe that they  had none.    No one knew bow rich she  was except tbe captain.    The girl was  intended   by   her   guardian'"for   some  great man.    He knew not as yet how  be should, find this-great man, but be  knew that there were very  few, even  of tbe noble lords in the house of peers,  whose fortune or whose income would  compare with that of bis ward���,hIs little maid.    And I," who knew tiiis ambition, knew also thnt I was" trusted not  to betray confidence nor to disturb tbe  girl's mind by any talk of love.    Now,  tbe mind of a young maid piously disposed is-like tbe surface of a calm sea.  which |ooks-up to tbe sky and reflects  tbe   blue   of  heaven,   undisturbed   till  Dan Cupid comes along and agitates  tbe calm   with the reflection of some  shepherd swain and ripples the surface  with new thoughts which are allowed,  by heaven, but be.'ong not to any of its'  many mansions.  ��� Therefore   we   talked   of  everything  except love.  Tbe sun went down as we sat talking. The sun wont down, nnd the soft  twilight of June, tbe month which  most I love because there is no darkness and a man on watch can discern  ahead breakers and ships as well as  tbe vast circle of the rolling sea. And  then Nigra gathered her work together  and arose.  "Come to supper, honey," she said.  "Come, Massa Jack," and she led the  way.  Supper over, the captain, Instead of  turning round his chair to tbe fireplace,  filling bis pipe and calling for another  glass of October, as we expected, pushed, back his chair and rose witbvdig-  nity.   .y.-: ��� "  ������'��� ,-..;..   /  7y "Jennifer,"    he    addressed    Molly's  mother, "the persuader."  Jennifer was her Christian name. She  got up and drew from the corner by 'the  cupboard, a stout crab tree cudgel,:  twisted and gnarled like the old tree  from which it came. "Be not revengeful, John," she said.-/  "No, no.   I am a justice of the p^aee.  I am captain on my own quarter deck.  Punishment   I. shail   bestow,   uot  venge."    .        ''���,'���'  "Well. John,  but  he is youn  you are old."  Captain Crowle laughed. '"Young  he?   And  I am old  see."  Some ono wns going to bo tried,  found guilty, sentenced 'and  ceive his sentence at once.   The-  a basting such as would cure him effectually of the passion called love, so  far as.this object was concerned. '���'  -  Presently we heard footsteps'cruaching, the gravel. ��� "Snug,  my lad.    Lie  snug."   whispered   the'  captain.     We  heard   the   steps   making    their   way  along the path between the gooseberry  and currant bushes".'   Then they came  out  upon' the grass  lawn  before' th6  summer bouse.    "Tbe grass is as big  as a quarter dec...".lack," said the captain.    "It will serve for the basting of  a  measly, clerk,    ^'ve  knocked  down  many a mutinous' dog In the quarter  deck."  The poet came to the summer bouse  and stood outside. Irresolute. He could  not see the two occupants. He hemmed  twice aloud. There was no reply.  "Matchless Molly!'! ho whispered.  "Divine maid! I am here, at thy feet  Nymph of the azure sea, 1 am here."  "Tbe devil you are!" cried the captain, stepping out. "Why, here is ia  precious villain for you!' Jack, cut him  off In the rear if be tries to get away.  So���so, my young quill driver, you  would poach ori the preserves of your  betters, would you? Would you 7  Would you?" At each repetition be  banged the wooden post of the summer house with bis cudgel.  The poet made no reply, but he looked to right and to left and behind him  for a way of escape, but fouud none.  Cholera and nil smnmor complaints'nro so  ���quick m thou action thut- the cold ti'and'of  death is upon tho victims before they are nwaro  that danger13'noar. If. nttackod, do not delay  ia getting tho proper medicine.   Try a doso of  ��� ���, ?- Kellopr's Dysentery Cordial, and you  will got immediate relief. It nets with wondor-  tul rapidity, and never fails to offect a euro.  ACMC  Kites for  have' been  team    of  'five  observing    tbe weather  sent    up "J4,000 feet.    A  ..   . . kites    was used,  and  their     weight,    and  that of the-wire  holding them was 13' i*  Minard's  liniment CuresjBiu__iioria;  The  largest oyster ever found on  British' shores was dredged up off  Christchiirch Head. It weighed .'.MA  lbs., and measured ...suven inches  across.  ANTHONY TROLLOPE.  *EC WET oeoAmta nor _o__��0 RtFL_  re  am!  for' L was ���_ ready to bar his flight,  wherefore: his shoulders became rounded and- his head hung down and his  knees trembled: Samuel Semple, was  caught In a trap. Borne young fellows  would have made a tight of it, but not  Samuel. All. he thought about was  submission and nonresistance, which  might provoke pity.  .CONT__V_K_.j  l!i,li_  A   n.nntln'fr'Story.  Once Rogers was shooting where his  host happened to have killed a boy and  a-keeper,-In the same season, and he  asked a beater whether his master felt  the  matter very   much.    The answer  was: ."We?/, sir,  he didn't care much  about the b'y.    He gie bis mother five  pounds.     But   he   were   wery   wexed  about the man.  Ho didn't go out shoot-  in for a. whole week." This in Norfolk-  was considered an evidence of the climax of human emotion.-George Arch-  dale in Temple Bar.  MIscricn     and     Irritation*     Incident  Upon   511m  Start   In   Lite.  Anthony Trollope's start Itr'Ufo was  unpromising. "As he knew no languages, ancient or modern, he became  classical usher at a school in Brussels,'  _\vlth tho promise of a commission ' in  the Austrian army. Then he was suddenly transferred to a clerkship In tbe  London postoOice. lie was disqualified  for the new position by general "ignorance and special Incapacity for the  simplest, arithmetic. A vague threat  that be must pass an examination was  forgotten before It was put Into execution, and Trollope characteristically  takes occasion to denounce the system  of competitive examination by which  he would have been excluded. Meanwhile he was turned loose In London  and attempted to live like a gentleman  oh ��90 a-year. The results are indicated by a couple of anecdotes.  A money tender once advanced him  ��4,  for which, first and last, he paid  ��200.    This person, he says, became so  much attached to him asto pay u daily  visit to Ids office and exhort him tt/be  punctual.   "These visits wero very terrible and can hardly have been of service to me in the ofhee."   This mild remark applies also to the visits from the  mother of a young woman In tho country who had fallen In love with him  and to whom he "lacked the pluck to  give u decided negative."   The mother  used to appear with a basket on her  arm and an immense bonnet upon her  head and lnqulro lira. loud voice before   all   his   companions, "Anthony  ,-Trollope, when are you going to marry  my daughter?" ���'. -.;.;.' ,  No wonder that he was miserable  He was hopelessly In debt and often  unable to pay for a dinner. He hated  his work, he says, and bo hated ._!_-  idleness; ho quarreled, with his,superiors who thought him hopelessly In-  i-apable and folt that he, was sinking  to the lowest pits." At last he heard  of a place in the Irish postofflce which  everybody despised and was successful  on applying for It, because his masters  were, glad to get rid of him. At the  same time they informed his new superior that be would probably have to be  dismissed  on   the Qrst  "THE" ROUTE TO  Australasia  .   ^SLQS- Orient  "       CANADA'S SCENIC ROUTE       )  Travel" by tho C. T\ n. and bo as-  '  ,'sur.d of SOLID COMFORT.  First-class C. P. J-l.TsJe<;pers  on all through trains.  Through' Tourist Sleepers ��� tho best,  Tourist Hates quoted to all points  East, West,,South,  The Old Country,  The Orient,  The Antipodes.  A     bale    of    good    cotton ii  ���worth   ��12.    against i... a frV  ago;  while cotton-sc_d, once  awny,   now brings nearly ��2  in  re-  Thosc desiring information  gard to any part of tho world reached by the C. P. 11. or it.s-connectiora  arc requested to apply to any C. ,I\  R. representative or to  a" e. Mcpherson  Gen.  Pas. Agt., Y\rinnipeg.  In -Germany, savings-bank' officials  visit- workmen's homes on pay-day  to collect  their savings  for  banking.  Thoro never was, nnd never r3.  anivereal panucea, in ono n __i_v,W  to which flesh ia heir���tho ver?  many curatives being such tii'  _erru3,of other and dillerontiiBsi  eafles rooted in the. system of thi v*--  what would relievo one ill in iurn *>;  grnvato  the other.   \V_ have, bov:  Quinino IVino, what; obtaiunWo to i  anadultera<*.*d stato, a remedv ... ei:.;  griovoas ILs., By i/�� fir_d_m_ sjJJsdc,  use tho frailest By��tt>m�� an*.i<a��_ai  to-<ccnco nnd ��.trongth by thn .rifltLW  Quinine exerts c-n nature's ovm rcsra  it,relieves tho drooping ppiritacVi  wbo-n a chronio 6tate of morbid d-  encyarid lack of inU._t?stin lifaisa  und, by tranquilizing ��� ho nerve.*..di?.'!  sound and 'refreshing sleoj*���iBipKi!'  to- the action of    tlie blood, wiuh,  stimulated, courses throughout'Uh  fctrengthenmg 'tho healthy animal faj  of the system, thereby making aaj  necessary result, etrcngtheninj the'  and giving lifo to tho difr<vt.h'i_c_i:a_  naturally demand increu^d subsut  feult, improved appedto, Korthropill  of Toronto have givon to the I'Ub'-i  superior Quinine wine* at the u^al r:^  grnugea   by tho opinion of pciont*  wino approaches, neni-esit. pi-rfoctionc j  tho market.' A'1''h-.'*'' -"'  The lakes on the Mangi.-*.!!!*-''  insula'in  the Caspian Sen an  smelling., owing   to     the i-nfr  a  violet-scon ted seaweed.,  l��rni>p   mid   ISsmcmi.  .   "The old lady." lien- Kni_ _.'�� mother, managed the smail business afl'airs  while  Alfred   stepped   into   the shop,  rolled up his sleeves,  worked all day  with h!_r arms aud then until midnight0  with his brain.    They lived in a small'  cottage which is still* standing in  the  factory and which bo did not exchange  for a better home until long after bis  marriage.    I   now quo-lc Mr.   Kninp's  own words uttered on the twenty-fifth  'anniversary of tbe founding of the fae-  t ory:  "I'Yorn my fourteenth year I hnd the  care of a family father during the day,  added to bard work at the factory, aiid  at night had to study bow to overcome  the difficulties In thc way.   During this  period I  lived on potatoes, bread and  coffee and scant portions of meat and  toiled until late In the night.  For twenty-five years I struggled thus until conditions grow a  little easier.    My hist  remembrance   of   that   period   Is   the  growing danger of total ruin and my  endurance,   suffering   and,hard   labor  to ��� a vert. ;tbe; calamity,  and  I   say all  this for the encouragement of young  men   who   have   nothing,   are   nothing  nnd   want  to  get  something  and   bo  Noniebddy." . ���  ;  In 1S:_2 tho factory gave employment  to only;ten, men. At the time of. Mr.  Krupp's death over 40.000 men were  employed in and about Essen, In the  factory and the adjoining mines.   '  No family hvoiff in a l.il.ous conuf  bo without Purinoleo's V(.��.Ublo ,'-"-  doses taken now and then will __*_  activo. cloanso tho stomach, nnd !*);___  tho host inodicmo for fovor' und sfjf  over uiod."  Jfwas  Minard's Liniment Cures lift  The eyeball is white hocas  blood-vessels arc too small to:  of tho red corpuscles of the1]  passing through thom.  >ra<  :��^ '.'-vi  -  The   Girt   Who   Grew   I'relll'j  Mr.    Charts    Whympor.   t!:ej  known  engraver and animal .%'��������'���*���',../  Irld the following anecdote sopj��s_!Spfeg  ago:   "I   dined   .-it  Mr.   S()-iiiKl-s-i_^S|��  Highgati. hist night, and ns n E^S^'M_.  honor his oldest daughter was^v*;**Bjx  ed lo me to take down to *Iilinw'Iv/i'_(_ii  a bright girl, nnd I got .-.Inn!;vtfUS.^^Jjy*  ly with ber nnd Lady I5lctliwln��^'��Hyt,|  the, other side until the hullrs ��Bjj j'��,;C  the,,eve   or   retiring   to  the d'W^^��  ro,.m.   I was talking about th-lW'vA'  ful scenery near the house, the#- -;v|J_g  from the windows, the fine !1'r'Jl,7:;"__'.*  Miss ���- - suddenly said, 'I liilrip G_^__{_  prettier every day. don't you?' J)|'ft'��j^*  "AVbat could Kbe .mean?  ? tysi <.��>(,"__  dare to. answer iier, so I'said ���  your pardon.' What,did you snj!  "T said I think I.get prettier  ___opportunIty.-  , A   Director.  'They tell: me that Jim Muggins is  one of tho director.. ,n a big city corporation now," said the grocer  "Yes.    I   seen   him  las' time  I  was  down to town," snid-Mr. Meddergrass  A   Slilitnry Secret.  War correspondent���"I should like  to thlcgraph homo that the commanding general  is  an idiot.,"  Censor*���''! regret, to -inform, you  that we can.permit tbo transmissior  of  no military   secrets."   ���,���������'.  Retort (liinrlcdns,  - "Wn.r's getting a, bit grav, sir." re-  'RarliiMl.nie barber as tbo next victim  ���-"'tiled;!..-!... in the oliairj  '   ,    ��� i!  "No   wonder,"   rejoined   the   N.   v.  day.' -,..���'       .  There, was no mistaking *J*,r,r  so I, answered,  'Ye.s, Indeed,.^  prettier, and no. wonder In *��$  air and'���   dust (ben hIio cam  mother's eye, and, with the otWJ  dies, she left, the'room.'" Ai �����"  out sbo looked over her shouWef  such a withering scorn in hercP;  I knew I bad put my foot in"*;  bow. 'Theny it (lashed upon m^  had misunderstood her. She i-MJ1  pod an 'h.'  What .she.hnd s.'iM^i  a silly compliinont to herself J^  tenco  really  waa,   'I  prettier-every day.'"  think Hi^ggj  :ile directs the envelop Z?ZTnn>> | i^? ^ h0W l0��B l LaV�� been ***\  Eron   So. ||,l3H_S__i_g^5  ���   Little'Elmer-Pa pa. ��''l!lt iS ?&5^SS'  makes a statesman' Pren'? nril ��,e5____fe��  Professor Broa(llie��d-;-I)',at,,wpT^^S  -Harper's Bazar. |    < M& Ik-.-,  M?sy'��  -LEADER.  tcer  atal  Sffj  8   flMlVjJ  k ����'] ^  ! Jiirthr. ,  '���'P of'liji'j  ��* the,  -'���  j_ch but ignorant  weather bureau  she w-as to give  jertain   day;  and  see that it was  To make      her  re  impressive  she  frames of'    several  j'e intended to in-  fhe humor of    tho  eathcr chief,     and  to the effect that  lad designated had  poken by a     poor  ["wanted to obtain  th which to    wash  .n this  account   I  make it clear on  ��L  ��� ���wim mil���^_  itfa I  n Food, iHBB  Wgmjm. iror  Soap.  i^^S-  people  to   whose  ii tho t_e|||||��!  fi,r ^^shb  0, at all 'falili  ^^i| an "irritant.   They  fpffjplriip kous of one of  SEHfiollaud wereforbid-  |��fii��$   They were to use  s_^_ffl  ifjififffif lemon,  the latter  ^=s==,=��__i_l  ffP|p��|_.s.   Napoleon  never  < CsImmIEeI  ^^K. Ids hands beanti-  fjf^fiisc* of i>i-nr  's1l>  /  ?<<_   IIIn Trfldf.  Jflls of a lawyer who  fish a bill of costs,  ils client,- who was' a  _will make it as light  fi  lawyer, "you might  |t to the .foreman of  it. but that Is not the  jrea'u!"  lictionary are 'found-  [from   more different  giy    other    languagef  .rew, Celtic, .Saxon,  ^Spanish, Italian, Gov  ii,    Malay,   and even  j_are easily  traceable.'  To\ir F  will be as strong as ours if you try  t  ShiSoh's  Consumption  Cure  and ours is so strong we guarantee a cure or refund money,  and we send you free trial bottle  if you write for it. SHILOIPS  costs 25 cents, and will cure Consumption, Pneumonia, Bronchitis  and all Lung Troubles. Will  cure a Cough' or Cold in a day,  and thus prevent serious results.  It has been doing these things  for 50 years.  WEV.S & Co., Toronto, Ca  Karl's Clover, Root Tea cures Indigeitioa  m ���  mm.  P.  cotton 5  ��~> a (a  ���d, once  ���ally ��2 1  never r3  rf.-niL.y, W  ho ver;  eh tla'na  irontiiBsSa.  1 of th $  113 turn Vv!  bois  Co.  shave used MINAItD'S  my vessel and in my  rs, and for <3very day  fs, and for every day  _nts of life I consider  start   on a voyage  it    cost   a .dollar a'  F.I..   nKSJAUDTN.    ,.  St Andre,   Kanxour-  m  simplest of  all  neither .'study  vir-  nor  rive,  nublo to ihi  edv(..__c;|  _u_ tijJs&A  r*����~!_u %��____,!  in (nfjimsT  ovm  liriUcV&i  morbid ds|  in liiahai!  lerve.-'.viiij'i  >od, wi.ch,!  ghon:' Ite f  nniinal fo|  tasl  oninj the  tivocrcau.  ed siibsiE  jrthrop  . the pubU  io u^al ra'-j  >f pciontiai  -rfpotiondf  :WARD $100,  ! imper will bo pleased to  fat lens t on<i.,droaaed,di-eai>o  fheen able to enro in nil its  catarrh. . Hall's , Catarrh  b-sitive cure now known to the  Catarrh  hail*., a consfcitu-  juiros a constitutional trent-  irrh Cure Is taken- internally,  ion tho bio-id and mucous sur  ;cm,  thereby  destroying   the  list-use, aud givinsr the patient  hip.  up tho cons'itution and  doinp its work. Thoproprie-  ' fnitli in its curative powers,  hundred dollais for uuy case  ie     Send fur list of testimon  WJIIOAT���.'11  wheat   crop   is  m     seeding  arcane!  last  the general ex-  in the older see-  under wheat will  reports regard-  present the quan-  >��tf'V      ��J?(��i^rF^i.cP^��S___._  -Dick's Blood Purifier  - for Horses.' ���  The great tonic medicine of  theag-c. It'tones up the system, rids the stomach of bots,  worms and other parasites.  50 cents a' package.. . Write  for Boole on' Cattle and  Horses,    fi isfice.  LEEMING .MILES &. CO.,  AGENTS.   ' -     -     -'     MONTREAl  .*, After securing the competence he  struggled for, ' . a man invariably  plans an extension.  TI-IID  SYMPTOMS   OFTEN   MTRUN-  t DElbSTOOD   BY-*'TLIB  SUFFERER."   ,   .  The,   Trouble   'at    all' Times an Extremely  Dangerous One���How  * to Promptly Relieve it.'  JCHENEY&CO.  _ts, 75c.  Mils lire tho host.  , Toledo, O.  is chasing a bumblo-  fhear him yell it is a  ias caught it.  ngishlabj  Sen rtrfii  the iirofcg  ed..  CHASE'S  IH CURE  us conn!  a bio I':)  vill __v.;  ,AC'- ���  1., wr.��  lis anit  ' and fif-'  1 ������  sent direct tc the diseased  arts by the Improved Blower.  ie.-.h thc ulcers, clears the air  j_i*.s.i���es,stops droppings in tha  .mat, and  p'irmanantly cure*  aunViam'. ilayFevT. Blower  ',�� dr-ilsri br Dr. A. VV. Chaja  : Co., 'I orya-.o and BuI._Ic.  ironic Inst  ��870.000.  vear reach-  >N NORTHERN  L.V_r_A.V-  Thero are many forms of heart disease,     some, of which manifest themselves   by   symptoms which are misunderstood    by     the sufferer and  ascribed to indigestion or'some similar  cau.sCj     when    the heart is really affected.   The slightest derangement of  this     important    organ  is  extremely  dangerous.    If at. times the action of  the pulse is  too rapid-and the heart  beats    violently, resulting in a, suffocating feeling,  or, if the heart seems  inclined    to   ' stop beating, *-thc pulse  becomes . slow,  and you feel  a faint  diz_y sensation, you should take  tbe  best course in the world, and trtat is  to  take Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills  for  Pale People.    You  will find  that  the  distressing    symptoms  promptly  disappear    and    thnt    the heart at all  times     acts     normally.   Mr.   Adelartl  Lavoie,   'St.     Pacome,     Que.,    bears  strong    testimony     to    the  value  of  these jiills'in-cases of heart trouble.  He says :    "For     three   years T was'  greatly   troubled with a weak heart  and     in    constant fear  that my end  would " come at any  time.    1  j-laced  elf under    a good doctor but did  J-    ."on h\vest    spring  b*'-"_;  i.n atJy  delayed  ������,,   .   ��� "wing  i��� iVeijuent snow  and ram storms, and  pectation   is    that  Lions     the acrentre  be   decrease.      European   crops   still  conunue    to promise well, and there  is    no . chance in th'"  ing  them.   Al t|lc  tities l.einjr _.,_������,___ from Argentine  "uw.ng Jart,er than expectedf  running somewhat larger than  y<-a-r. . Australian and Indian  shipments are light, but from North  Am.-nra, Russia and the Danube they  ���'������<* bber.il, und the amount on pas-  *��������#' to Europe is very large and  shows no decrease from week to  week. This causes the European"  trade to remain indifferent and they  are working in a hand to mouth  faslnun, not, anxious to buy ahead as  n-eely, as tbey would do if thev were  sure of a scarcity in the future.  In the local market Manitoba wheat  has    been    steady,,    but   not  Prices neither advi.ne  they'  do     on  the  and ' the exporters are not buying  freely by any means. The price of 1  northern varied from 74��/,c on Monday to To-ftc Friday, a good deal  been-sold around 74% to 75c for spot  or May delivery. The,spread between  1 .northern and _> northern has narrowed down to 12c or _J./,o, there having been a demand for the lower  grade. Closing prices may bo stated  as 7f>i_c 1 northern and 7.TJ/4C 2 northern, and for 1 hard 7Ri/_c, all in  store, Fort William or Port Arthur,  spot or May delivery.  Country    Wheat���Market  owing to bad roads.  .Liverpool Prices���No. 1 northern  spring wheat sold' at Liverpool on  Saturday at'Gs ,_d.  FLOUPv-TIting'arian Patent $2.06 per  active.  i:e nor decline as  American markets,  nominttl,  '     w      A S___&_ Stetr__.<��������.  ���When a mother puts a thing emphatically  *_" oGcanse she knows what she in talking  ***&. Mrs. J. R llarrifcan, Huntingdon,  yoo., siayg.���-"Ihaveusea Baby's Own Tab  ��e�� ��s1 oui house for ovt>r s. year, and I car  say that thoy are all tho-t is claiinedJiJr  *gatl*rac<9tT Eeanlts.  Mr*. Hunt, Dumfries, N. B., says.���"I  j>m ��lad to say that 1 have used Baby's Own  Tablets with satisfactory results."  Free to Jtotbers Only.  An Ks^erteaerd ffBolhrr.  " I am tho mother of nine children," writes  Mrs. John Ilanlan, of Mackoy's Station,  Ont., " and have had occasion to use much  medicine for children, and i can truthfully  _av 1 have never found anything to equal  ISaby'-i Own Tablets.   They are prompt ia  Strong Kndormatloti.  ,. }\TK waber Brown, Miiby. Qae.j^Srs :���  I uaye never used any medicin^#v>r baby  thardid him as much good .as Baby's Own  Tcblota.   1 would not be without them."  A SSother's Comfort.      ,_ ^  " I have found Baby's Own Tablets^:  fectmodicino for children of ailafzes," wr  Mrs. H H. Fox, Orange Ridfjo, Man.: "ant  I would not be without thorn in tho house.  They are truly a comfort to baby and mother's friand."  g&o every mother of young children wS&fctheir. action and joit the thing for littlp  ���ill nend us hor name and address plainly  written on a pontal card, we will send free  of all charge a -valuebia little f>ook on the  caro of infants and young children.   This  book has been prepared bv a physician who  ha* made tlie ailments of bitie ones a life  study     With the book we will sen'd a free  sample of Baby's Owji Tablets���the  best  medicine in the world for the minor ailments  of infant* and childroa.   Mention tho name  "vRkSs. of ths* paper and address The Dr. WiUL&mrtl  ^f^Jedicine Co., Brockviile, Ont. ^  "ClfS,  *   4a��t Tbe Th. n_. r��_ B.mf��j.  . Mr*. Ed. Jones, 55 Christie street, Ottawa,  r��^r��:���"Have u*>ed Baby's Own Tablets  _ni &m& tt_aa�� just tb�� thing for baby."  :C    "v  A Crcftt Help.  found  Baby's Own  *%*\   '  "l~*Z$<e found Baby's Own Ta&Iot'a a  creat helft fur, my little ones," writes Mrs.  James" ClartsQTRJ Conv/ay-sT.rdot. iiontreal.  "and I think so much of ,tlem that I would  adyise mothers to hoop them in thejiouso all  the time."  A Csre f��'r C*a��Up8tUft*  Maiiylittle one* are troubled with const!*  nation ago. it is a dangerous trouble. Mrs.  JohnJ^Mking. Sylvan Valley, Ont., says j���  '���StgpJjKiby has been badly troubled with  cr��3<^rbation and 1 havo never found any  #_5s?icmo to  equal  Baby's   Own Tablets.  uey soon put baby all right."  New Scotland Yard with accommodation for 8,000 police officers, js tbe  largest police, station in the world.  It is calculated that the ��000,000  worth of gold dust dug at Cape Nome  last year cost ��2,000.000  to  obtain  There,  were    1,768 ,��� burglaries  London   last year,   against  1,872  the year before.  gurprf ���>��__.Kcni!._w  Mrs. William Fitztfibbon, Steenburg, Ont.,  '  says :������** iiy little baby, six months old. waft  very sick,-, I gave him Baby's Own Tablats  and was surprised to find the change they  made in him iu a few hours.    I idiall alway��"  keep the Tablets iu tho hoin-0 after this."  The United States exported last  year the record number of 505 locomotives.  Each member of thc Royal Academy, is 'entitled to'hang eight pictures at the annual exhibition.  The largest flags made aro the Royal Standards, measuring 36 feet by  21 feet.  SI .90;  50; and  Prelll'  .T.   t!:e  limnl rite sora*  .u-iind-s.  n.s n c  - was  ilimiM.  ���ni; ver<:  lii-rlnf-  (lies��'  the &  t tll5'Vj  o, the  10 air..  flilni  IU?'  }' I fl  saUM:  I S.1.T  cttlcr'  ia .  iursioos  mysc  Us  m  m  not get thc desired relief. In fact  grew- worse; the least exertion would  ovcrcom's ,mc, and finally, T had to  discontinue work. While in this condition a neighbor advised me lo try  Ur. Williams' Pink. Pills and I procured a supply. They simply worked  wonders in my case and when 1 bad  used kin boxes 1 was again enjoying  good health. 1 have had no sign of  the trouble since and can cheerfully  recommend the pills to similar sufferers."    '  Blood troubles of all kinds aro also cured by theso famous pills. If  you surfer from headaches, dizziness,  languor-.-, boils or skin diseases of any  kind your'blood is in an impure.con-  iiy 22nd, 23rd Olid 24th   dition,  and   Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills  ' are what you need. Those pills arc  not a .purgative and Uierforc do not  weaken like medicines of that class.  They: are tonic in their nature and  make" new, rich...red blood with cvory  do'sc, thus restoring- health and  strength'1 ..to -hopeless and despondent  sufferers'.- But '/you. -must get the genuine, which always has the full name  "Dr. Williams' Pink'.Pills for Pale  box.   Sold".by  all  [Dim 11  mnd trip  tickets at  and  iie-Xhir.  Iii.  till May  Li III.  liars   cm   application   t��  ^Northern R'v Agent, or  ceo:, ir.'sit aw,    ,  TralJic Manager  People,".on  every  trustworthy mon nnd woinon  locut iu travelling, to i. ro-   dea](.rs br sent post paid at 50 cents  ! ' six boxes for. $2.50. by .ad-  Medici nc  $m  er\ and. koup iiir.ih(  lattor tacked up in ennt-picu-  hout the town  and country,  it your round; c mini sion or  'month and expenses, not  *diy. .  JUlirs        Postnflico llox 337. *  IteD.CINE CO.,     LONDON, ONT  I MICA- BOOFINfi:  ^tturability ostablishod Eloven  a box or  dressing    the Br. Williams'  Co..  Brockviile,  Ont.  Roberts   is the first man  onto wear both the Carter and  Lord  titled  the Victoria Cross.  ,mi*��yriffi?\(-,voro frost has no o.iToct on it.  *iffi��'|t1B papor fcltin_ which craclo  *^SS^�� M s ECA  - trfSXfy^imipop. SOI.13 Aoknt  I K_.fl#��S|iR��AQEUM.  ___^t***-9,<_raat_i Issuorbf Marring o Licensed  q^be Pope's army numbers 300 men  100 of these are Swiss Guards, ano  there are J30 firemen.  New York's population is gr<w nt  at thc rate of 350 per, day, about the  same pace as that of London.    .  sack    of't)8 pounds;  Glenora,  Alberta. Si.70; Manitoba, Si  XXXX, ��1.20.,  MILL-FEED���-Bran, in bulk, per ton  $14.50; shorts, S16.50. Delivered in  bags,  the prices are $1.50 higher.  GROUND FEED-Oat cKop-is quoted at ��27 per ton delivered to the  trade; barley- chop, ��22 per ton;  mixed barley and oats, ��25 per ton;  oil cake, ��27 per ton.  OATS���No. 3 white, in car lots on  track, Winnipeg, per bushel, <i0 to  <12c;No. 2 white, 38c; seed oats, 15c  to 50c. At country points farmers  are getting .from 28 to 30c for No. 2  white.oats. Street oats aro bringing  32 to 34c.   <���-  BARLEY���Receipts are very licht  and tho market holds firmrat 43 to  45c for best grades.  FLAXSEED���Dealers are asking  ��2.00 per bushel  for seed flax.  SPELTZ���Dealers arc asking 75c  per bushel of 50 pounds for seed  spelt/,. y,  HAY���Receipts are only moderate  and the hay-market continues firm u.t  ��6 'to ��6.50 per ton for fresh baled.  Loose hay is worth S6 to ��6.50 per  ton. '      _  DRESSED MEATS��� Fresh killed  beef is not very plentiful, "and tbe  market is firmer. We* quote ' Beef,  city dressed, per pound, 8 t'o 8.2c;  veal, 71/. to 8^c; mutton, frozen. Sc:  spring lambs, each, ��3.50 to 5-"d.50;  'hogs, per pound, 7*.-_c.  POULTRY���There is very little  poultry in the market. Chickens are  worth" l-l,_c per pound for fresh kill',  ed. and turkeys' 12V-.C to 15c, according to quality.  BUTTER-Creamery - Fresh     made  creamery   butter    is   worth   21c per  pound-delivered here.      The; e  very ' little    oflereing, .owing  backward state of -the weather.  BUTTER-Dairy-Whilo the market  is better supplied than-it was a few  weeks '- ago. there is still plenty of  unsatisfied demand, and prices hold  steady at last week's range. As  hiyh as 20c could be obtained on a  commission basis for. choice fresh  made butter in tuas or bricks, while  other grades range down to 16c for  round lots.  -Egos���The net price. Winnipeg, today; to country shippers is 10c pcr  dozen. ,  POTATOES-.Farmers loads delivered in Winnipeg, 38 to 40c per bus.  HIDES���No. 1 inspected hides, OVjC  per lb   delivered  in Winnipeg; No. 2,  5y,e:    No.    3,   4V_c;  kips  same    price; , rieakins,  horschides,  50c to ��1.  WOOI-���The market is expected to  open shortly for Manitoba wool.  Somo in the trade think that the  opening price will be about 7c per  pound for unwashed (leecc.  TALLOW���The local price .Jor tallow is 4��/_ to 5c. per pound.  is  but  to the  and calves,  __5     to    40c;  as -oc  and are glad  The general  LIVE STOCK.  CATTLE*-���Butchers arc finding cattle verv scarce and hard to obtain  this spring. For choice beef animals  tbey are. now'paying as-high  per pound off cars here,  to get them at that,  ran'ge is from 4%c, to 5c, the latter  being an outside figure. ; There are  good demands for stockers ond yearlings arc worth as high- as" ��16 per  head at point of shipment. Two  year, olds tire bringing from ��20 to  ��22 per head. .  SHEEP One large concern here is  now' 'bringing in live sheep to meet  the demands of. its trade. - About r,e  to '5U,c per pound is the value off  cars,  Winnipeg.  MILCH COWS���There is a good  inand     for-new milkers at from  to S4-5.|Cach. -.,..  . HORSES���There is a good steady  demand for horses for both farm and  general use, and .dealers-find no ciim"  culty in disposing of all they can secure*. The market is being  supplied from Ontario  some Montana horses selling. Prices  continue high.  cn-  ��35  largely  micro are  Monkoy Brand cleans and brightens  ovcry-  *Mn_r.'but won't v.ash clothes.  WHY WOMEN SUFFER  THE REASON IS NOT THAT THEY/  MAY NOT, BUT THAT THEY  WILL, NOT BR FREE.  a. very  fearful  ��� sonie-  A Stoiy of a Woman who made up  Her- Mind That she had suffered  long enough���The Means Employed  to Cure Her��� Have Cured Thousands  Rock Dale, C. B.r May 3.���(Special)  ���Mrs. David 'Riley, of' this village,  suffered for over eight years before  she found a cure.  She had Female Weakness of  aggravated form, causingdier  pains. Her back pained her  thiiig dreadful. ��� ,.  .  She could not lift anything and  wTas dizzy-headed all the time." After trying many medicines with no  good results, she was becoming altogether discouragdd, so much so  that she thought she would have to  give up.  No wonder that she.felt like giving  up ! Every woman who has suffered  in-this way will understand how low  spirited and broke* "a woman feels  when called upon to endure these extremely  distressing  symptoms.  But Mrs. Riley didn't give up , A  friend advised her,to try Dodd's Kidney Pills, and- she began the treatment of this medicine.  After .using four - boxes she was  much better. She felt a great deal  stronger, thc dimness had gone.'  The pains in her back had disappeared, and she kept on using the pills.'  She says :  "If, it had not been for. Dodd's Kidney Pills I would have had to give  up. Tbey are certainly a wonderful  medicine and have done more ior me  and my. sickness than all the other  other medicines I ever took.  I can and will' highly recommend  Dodd's Kidney Pills to all weak women who suffer as I suffered."  No woman need sutler a moment  longer. Dodd.'s Kidney Pills have  cured and are curing thousands of  weak women.  Many of your sisters have told  their "story for publication and very  many have testified but not for publication. All join 'in praising the  remedy that has clone more for the  suffering womanhood of Canada than  all   other means  combined.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are Weak Woman's Best Friend.  Your Knowledge  OF THE WORLD'S EVENTS AND OF YOUR OWN  COUNTRY PARTICULARLY BY HAVING   :'-:     ' x  TOBOJVTO - '��  . ,  CANADA'S LEADING NEWSPAPER  Come regularly into your home, lbs contemporaries class it with The  Tinier London, and The Herald; New York, as a newspaper, and it is ���  quoted'in every part of, the world as the authority on Canadian .attairs.  IE'vou ai'o living west of North Bav vou* can have it every day, including and .the illustrated edition on Saturday, for $;*i'.0�� per annum (regu-  i lar nrb-e is ��l)bv sending this ad vertisement'and taking advantage ot this  .  ���jV2_C'-_��_!tI$!E'��FF2_E_at. once.. Address:   THE GLOBE Toronto  ���jT-.-grra-ffr- ���^v'i^*^^rg��r.MrjiCT-i~fyv^-?^vy!ga3gga  MOTE '  CLOSE  MESH  AT   -  BOTTOM  ^Page Acsne Poultry Netting  * is closemeshed at bottom and does not require rail or  board support at edges,' having strong straight wire  wvv*&#8>��x>< (No. 12 guage) at top, bottom and in centre, cannot.sap  <8o^%s__So-^S and is easy to erect   Tho " Pago Acnie " natting is of  ^^i^y%f~^^:-^--3 neat appearance, very durable and cheap.      "Vo clso  ' ^^SS^SJ-^Wiy^*^?? make farm and ornamental fence, gates, n*.us and  H ^��^<^^^^^^&- staples. The name of Page is your guarantee of quality.  The Faga Wire Fence Co., Limited, Walkervltlc, Ont,  t  ROSS & ROSS.  General Agents, Box .633, Winnipeg, Man...  Art at  best  can   only  turn  out     a  poor counterfeit of nature.  ACTS GENTLY  ON  ./Q  155-  iVEft  AND  riMMSfS THE SYSTEM  Cleans fff  p��5  ov��r?  or  EFFECTUALLY;  OMES  -UAL ^"  PERMANENTLY  rsfii  BUY-. THE GENUINE  ^0 Q��>  CfAL  '00S,  _SRi4_.BUU JQBl&GiiTS. PfflCLSkMBQLTiL  *  .N.V..T  Make a companion  will soon become its  of vice  slave.  and you  Never   call   a. man   a   liar   if   he   is  ligger than,you are;    If you are pos-  that he    is a liar hire a cheap  to break the news to him.  itive  man  r:lvln_ and  Get.lnjj.  One of-life's paradoxes is tha.t   ,iw  who gives gets.     The way to      success   is   by  surrender.      They        who'  are     most lavish  of" their own     life  are      the     ones  into   whose  lap   the  world  pours  the  richest       treasure.!..  Thousands of hearts are starving today simply because they are   stingy.  They  have withheld  themselves, .and  in   thc  withholding  have grown lean  and  poor.      Tlie fat  and  prosperous  soul   is the one which is  libera.1 with  itself,   which oilers  itself     as       food  and strength to every needy man and  | cause.      There is no secret for greatness  like  the  secret  of Jiving���  constant  and unsparing  .giving of self's  best. '   ,  Not they who seek to get���to gather to themselves the world's best  things, and thus find satisfaction ���  but they who bountifully offer themselves in sympathy and service to  the world,  learn life's  deepest joy.  How shall young men and young  women secure greatest success ?  Simply by offering themselves on  the altar of the world's every-day  needs. Largeness of life, "fineness of character, honor of the honorable, love of all, will crowd towards tlie young person who unselfishly labors to serve men through  commonplace days and weary night*.  In ways humble and high, by means  insignificant and great, give up your  best talents to ail whom you ca��  by any means help, and reward Ik  timo and eternity is certain.  ^r-uiioii to Wiirn rum.  Sir Algcron West tells - this story  in his- ".Recollections." One day  the late Sir George jCampbell, who  had a very strident,. loud, rasping  voice, called on Sir. Algeron, ��� who  was then secretary to Mr. Gladstone, to talk over tho land question.  After he had been, in conversation  about three minutes the office keeper  appeared, - bearing the card of an  M.P., who, he said, was very anxious to sec Sir Algeron. The latter  said he was sorry to be engaged. In  another minute he appeared with tho  card of a well-known peer who was  most desirous to have a word with  him. Again the latter said he was  too busy to seo him just then. In  another minuto the man again came  in with a huge card saying the lord  mayor and sheriffs of London -wanted to speak to Sir Algeron ' "West  very urgently in  the next room.  Sir Algeron apologized to Sir  Georgo and went out to such gre*.t  dignitaries. When ho got out of the  room tho office keeper startled him  by saying, "There ain't nobody hore,  sir, but I was afraid a madman had  .been shown, in to you by mistake,  and I wanted to warn vou.-sir,".  Where It Didn't  Conht.  "Do you really think it paid to give  Josh nil this education?" asked Farmer Goi-u.tosscl.  "Course I do," answered the fond  mother. "It's wuth money to know  better 'n to say 'crops are bad' Instid  o' -crops is bad."'  "Well, if you say so, I reckon It's all  right. But I can't say as,I see bow it  kin make any difference in the crops."  ���������Washinston Star.  The world's output of steel for a  year, would mako a column 100 feet  through and a mile and a third high,'  or build a steel -wall .5 feet thick, 20  high and 100 miles long.   , ,      '  COLIC' AND KIDNEY DIFFICULTY-Mr.  J. W. Wilder, J. P., Lafargvillo. N. Y.. -write*:  "I am subject- to severe attacks of CtOIic and  Kidney Dii3cultyl and find Purmolee'a Pills ai-  ford me great relief, -while all othor remedies  ha-ro failed. They aro the best medicine I hate  ever used." In fact so great is the power of  this medicine to cleanse and purify that diseases  j of almost t-very name and nature aro drivon  from tho body. ' "  -  Snow fell   last. winter in    Mexico  City for the first time for 50 yeara.  Minarl's Liniment Cnres Gar_et in Cows.  A railway engine may roughly be  said to be equal in strength to 900  horses.  The Pu'i'.iO i-Ho.iM i,e ir ui nuis'l l_i.'\t (>r  Thomiib i^.-lecti-H- Oi li .:-> i-.oUiLm. in comniuu  with the iiiii'iu'v,1 iiu lervtuy I'lass- of mi-.-ivI ed  uiediein.il oil?. I i-, i-miiioii.l* imii! imJ re.-iily  efficacious���roliovii.j. i>:ii i and lameness., -it'ilf-  ness of the joint:*) and imisrlcs. sore., oi hurts,  bosideo b��-inf. an e>*< client anociti-- for rhcumu-  tisin, coughs and bronchial co.uj.hiiiits.  Seven   per  cent,  are    color-blind;  cent of women.  of men  in  Europe  but ^ only  five per  Minard's Liniment Cures Colls, Etc.  The Duchess of Somerset takes precedence among' British peeresses,'as  there is no Duchess of Norfolk.  A  Vl'.uit Tip* Do.  man who lives ou an up town  sti-.-i.r w_!_���!���(��� the houses cost from $2vV  000 up was surprised not long ago*-by  seeing a man known to all New Yorkers who patronize a well known restaurant coming from a house several,  doors below him with an air of! proprietorship. This restaurant employee  stood on the sidewalk for a few moments and gazed admiringly at his  house . and ��� then at Its respectable  neighbors. For many years he bus  been connected with a certain New  York rest a lira nt as an attendant, und  his fees have been generous. lie know  all its patrons by name, and bis pulile-  ness and eagerness to render scrvlca  have made him well liked. Wondering  if this restaurant attendant, whom ne  knew only by his first name, could ny  any possibility have rented a house on  that street, the old resident came out to  satisfy his curiosity.  "Hello." ho said. "What are you do  Ing up hore?"  "Good morning, Mr. Blank," said the  restaurant attendant. "How do 3-011  like' my new house? I have just  bought it because I think that my family will like this neighborhood. You  are perhaps aware that my tips have  been generous for many years, and I  can now afford to live in this house  very easily."  His questioner had ho objection to  him as a neighbor, and be congratulated, the restaurant attendant on his  prosperity. 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store, Aiken's block, near Oaaadip;.
Bank of Commerce. Telegraph und
mail orders,promptly utteiu.<_d to.
b. a
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W.»» .','_._.   ....^.j
Cranbrook,
our Coiiipnnys p, riper! v. \o\vinli
5vi5,13*5.10
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■"'o.'J Land L.censij
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rPPor*lla,c0i,UI,iit),.oii__rop-.oM,ifim:. ..,.*!   ,-.„. 	
ui.    However go(>,itl!,» p....re,.|  flf (||v,.0V(1.   i \.1;1'u"~	
iff tills class of co.il n.Kir-nKMt!,  the   w   i    r*81""'1''- -
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•cms coal lias  acni;.Ily   been   .S.a-c-..   . ?.    " ^ j CI'1'1''.1 ^    -- 	
,'ie event „r your <'M,!.r.'U0u.   „,,,   '   , "^       ^ acn^iery.. . —■
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•i'l which ha- be.nopcatu,-.. un e,,ai p.op      ' ''aB" °» '"^"l "-'^' at Ma.:,Pcr- ZZ'-. ,
Ijolmim-yours, ami in the  tmi.iP.li.ue vicinity -
friiicetoii.   h,,.„ imcr   (,,^1,,,,   t,,,^,,,,,, ^
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Trousers-,   Imported    Goods.
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near AslinoLi. I _,„ ilk tJm. -u.-ti.U- !Iv Ik»
use I am un .ions _<„ to lai-e any uiuo.iMjiri
e ospectalion untiltin   iliiCl::„'s.  aint .".alitv
the coal is aeUiallj (IchioiismmipiI. imt'tli.-iv
jpear5* <■" i'" "'■» ^............. ..
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Ottawa
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'--ae~je„_ Brands oi ^iqnqro and Oig-ars.
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.Coal Companv, Mmiicd " i
A. diamond drill J.,,, been -,--cned iolntlv I,.
i-Coiiipany and th- A-Dnnl.i Coal ( oinnluiv
mited. and at tlr-,„..*,..,„ t]lIl. ■>,,,,„ ,^1^,1
Ahlinida. A sau an,! plnninj.. mm are.alreadv
the ground and aro bo)n,. put iu shape ,o.
mplote Hie .Promises tnat we have iu-u-'p '
iou„li the press to l.he public wilh ref'-ret'f'r.'
tin; establlshmon.' of the. eitv of A *?hiiola"
These promises mad., to the pi'iimo ..r.e be'i'r'
i-ripd out to the let tor -ar.' fast a's iui.d«.-;.rc
a liable. The bremiry compariv ar.'-'au-'-ac1-'
ablisbcd at As-lmolii aud lir.vd uM> t-oiis oi :('v-
eady.put-up, propiirat-ery to be^lnniu" tlir-ir
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