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 '<"    -1 --i-v  vi--,'  'A ";:>'  ^l^i^^^^ ^U^J^lI^ /i^^^d^y  '��������  rEKY.  VOL. 2, NO. 5.  BEEB  MOYIE,  B. C, MAY 20,1899.  S3 A YEAR  comer foe lumber  ; Mfc -' -"  ||^(IDEAL TOWNSITE For Business, and  Pleasure; as a Residential Locality !��  Unequalled.  Park,   Mitchell  &  Co.  Got the Plum.  AMOUNTS. TO  300,000  FEET  W  Situated on Moyie Lake/Excellent  Fish-  ing, Boating, Bathing  and   Shooting.  Kxnnvatlng   for   Ulo   Foundation   of   the  <  Concentrator Has JJeen Com-  1    uiencod.  MAMMOTH   RETAIL   EMPORIUM.  BACKED BY PAY iBOUS.  ugene, Lake Shore  i-:ZJl  >rs  in  he  'J    s-u  JMines all within an hour's walk., Qood water  supply. Exceptional drainage facilities. Has  the best'prospecta. ���  " ��� "  ������v*   <��� zj  Aii ' '���-  Wi -.  'Ai-.u'   ��� '  r���.     ' i  ���$t^B Busiest and Most Talked of Town in  ;|feC&   ���     . ��� EAST KOOTENAY. -  W, $&%?' "      o���  ^7���^A ... -       ,  ^:::i^5 ����    A  CAMPBELL, Moyie,   B. C.  ���8ST��� ~^'  ���;����� -CM*. fija��g^.  c.  tiy er-  'OUgll-  oms  e  1  ^.^^T*5" ^ ^ ^-^ zjr^.^-^ ^-z^^-^ ^-^^^ ^-^ ^  J.''VJr}%jr"{;!o      ' "      The  on]y  hQ"se   in   East Kootenay    "  -i ! f,:''3"\'"V     - ' -     heated,throughout withholair. ��� 3  V> -;> '"--- .-'  *     ������i--K" 1 ��� ."'  tiOMOPOUTAN  First, chfss in  every  respect.    Special"  rates to boarders. ��� Good sample  room  for'commercial men.  European plan.    Open tiny and night.  Last Tuesday the contract  for  cutting the lumber  for  the  St.   Eugene  concentrator   was  awarded  to    Park,  Mitchell   &   Co.   of  Moyie.   .Several  other bidders   were   in    the  field,   in-  .eluding A. Leitch   of   Cranbrook  and  S. A. Bieglowof Creston.    The  quantity of lumber amounts to   some  300,-  000 feet, and is to be delivered at  the  St. Eugene siding in the south  end. of  town.    Engineer    Gauvreai^has  laid  outJhe grounds for,a $pur at the 'sawmill and   the grading' and   laying ~of  the rails will begin at once.   The lumber, will be loaded ou cars at   the   mill  aud shipped to the siding.    A   portion  of the lumber is to be delivered by the  first of June, at which' time tlie building will be started.    Some of the   timber necessary  to  fill   the contract  is  yet to be got out, and  G.' R. Muit,   the  manager ��� of  the company,   will  soon  start a lugging camp for that purpose.  About 20 men are now employed at  the   concentrator  site excavating  for  the foundation oi the mill..   Thursday  upwards'of five   tons, of   nails arrived  for the building, as well as   some   rails  and other material for the mine.  HARDWARE,  GROOEKIES,  PRODUCE.  $&-&��� ���x$z_ste_s*z_s&' Jr^z_^z_^^z^ .sfejft? & & &y%  \  3  ALL KINDS  OF  aixi.  ��� DONE ���  TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY.  &"(  v\ i\r"^ Ajs" zjs- z^rz^T^rz^- z&rzyrTvrz^yyrz$  CLOTHING,  Gents' Furnishings,  BOOTS and SHOES  -PROPRIETORS   OF-  %TRICTLY FIRST CLASS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.  ' ' I       ' t  Oo>x-. Victoria St. axxcL Moyie ^.^e., MO-STUD  CITY.  i/J�� -SI'  hffOTEt.  tU-  SMALL & MUSGRAVE. Props.  Xj  RANBROOK, - -  B. C.  4  ">V."^  3. C.  iS  'V  OKSAULXXJili a- CO., Props.  Regular Meals Served in tho Dining  Room, wjth SuQirt< Oudrur between  meals.  vf!J;Wf.ad('uarters fOfj;CommenoJal and Mininq Men.  -.^,.7;.-' '   MOV1K,   n.C.  :c  Pric?e�� (^riveri and Orders'  Taken, on Everything- in  The Printing Line at the  mi  c.  JVroyie and Grand Fork* Troulile.  Thc following editorial on the Moyie  and Grand Eorks railway trouble appeared in the Ottawa Evening' Journal of May 5th under-the 'caption of  "Railway Injustice."  The facts which are coming out  regarding the Canadian Pacific railway's  treatment of mining towns in  British  Columbia   would   indicate   that    the j  oflicials of   that,   company   are   in   a  class akin to   blackmailers.    In   referring two oi three days ngo fo  the  case  of the town ot,Moyie/which the C  T.  R. seemed to have  boycotted   because  the owners would not  make a   gift  of  half the town site to the   railway,   the]  Journal supposed that Ihe  occurrence  might he exceptional, and 'not' deserving of strong hmgnagc.    The facts  regarding   the   larger '-town   of   Grand  Forks as   developed   at   the   meeting  yesterday of the railway committee- of  the House of Commons show that the  Moyie ease   is not.  exceptional���that,  ! on thc contrary,   the   Canadian   Pacific railway company seems to  degrade  this country   and   disgrace   itself  by  systematic maltreatment of such communities of interests as circumstances  phicu in its power.  Grand Forks on the Eet'tle River  is  one oHhc three largest   towns  of  the  rich mining district of British Oolum-  [bia���Rossland, Nelson,- Grand   Forks.  | It wa��  an  incorporated   town  before  ' (he railway fairie,- Nits' a ptfp'tflatio'u   of  twelve hundred,-and rfn1 assessed valuation of o\*cr$i$3$9&   AUb' distributing  point   tii   ihd   tfh'ole   J^o'rfn'drtry  country; it fs c\S t$ihigg':'��t,\ fcif go1'in  British Columbia a --targe zitid liripoP  tant place,- precisely 6'iie oi tlie  place  representative,  one   Wilgress, ' is.  asserted by Mr. Armstroug, president  of  the Grand Forks Board  of   Trade,   to  have replied   that the  C. P. R.   must  have what it asked   or   it   would* run  outside   and   around   the   town 'and  '���'cause   the   grass    to   grow   in    the  streets."    The   Grand   Forks    people  held out, the-C. P. R.  did  circle   the  town, and placed its station two arid a  half  miles  distant.    Understand    the  the effect of this���where  a  C.  P.  R'.  station   goes' in   that country,   settlement follows, and any rival settlement  is injured   and   probably   wrecked,   to  the ruin of those  who  have  invested  their money.  , Thus not only are the twelve   hundred people^ of  Grand  Forks,' a  progressive and important  mining   town,  deprived of the railway facilities which  tlie C. P. R, is paid by this country to  give to such places, but�� a  rival   town  is threatened which   will   "cause   the  grass to grow in   their- streets," as  the  C. P. R. agent worded it, and ruin   the  pioneers   who   have   invested  money  there in their   effort  to develop   the  country and their own fortunes.  Tactics of this  kind   of  which   the  C.-P. R.  thus stands  convicted  seem  incliscribably   meau   and   dirty.     No  wonder that in many   of  the   western  United   States, where   similar   tactics  have marked the   history   of  railway  corporations, the people as   they  multiply   turn   on   the   railways   and   at  times   play  ducks   and   drakes  with"  what   the   railways   whine, about  as  "vested    rights."      Robbery   has    no  vested rights that any one is   likely to  respect if he can help   it,  and   if   the  railway   corporations   are   robbers   in  the days of  their  power,  when  their  victims are   weak   and   few,  nemesis  will   come   as   the    people'    become  stronger.-  A railway corporation .which will  follow the course illustrated by the  Moyie and Grand Forks cases will  likely enough show a similar spirit in  every dcaHn'g with the public if circumstances a'.^e favorable. Ia other  words thes-e   B'fitish   Columbia  case's  LOCAL   NEWS.  is  on  ,    Napoleon- Dora   went into    Steele  Thursday. ,    '  G.   Campbell   went * tb   Cranbrook  and Steele' this week.  W.' ,G.   Bateman's  milk   wagoi  again seen on the streets.  Weekly meal, tickets "are   now  sale at the Central dining hall.  Billy Hamilton's barber shop on  Victoria street is nearly completed.'   '  Park, Mitchell & Co. 'will hereafter  carry sash, floors and shingles iu  stock. "  ; ���    ���  .  Park.   Mitchell & Co. shipped   two  carloads of lumber to- Lethbridge   this  ,-M'eek. ' '    '"  of   improvements  the   Lake  Shore  argue that th'e C;. T. R.'s rule in deal-  m'g with the public in this country  a'tf��\\l'tic"re is to'recognise no public or  riMalresporisib'ility for the  vast  en  |   '.'��������� Q.   CAMl>BMZJj,   A. JACLAUIv. ������.  jg^^Hotel is New and well Furnished. [The  ��������>  I  vt/  vt/  \t/  JifPables are Supplied with the Best the w  f||Marfeet aflbrds. Tie Bar is Filled withij  |i||he Best Brands (?f LiQuor^and Cigars. *  '������ o���;--  zmMz: aHi> MwMttMM,-   t-  MOVIE;y.v        ��� ��� ii   '   _. ' ' ���   __  its route and.station   at Grand   Forks,  a demand was made by the company's  representatives   for   .one.third' of   the  unsold land in   the   town,    in   Moyie,  the C. P.R.,   it   will   be   remembered,,  asked -f'oi; half the io.wnsite.'    In Grand  Forks, all that was   wanted   was   one.  third���one-third of the land' in a town  assessed for over .$100,000',  and   worth  of cou'rse probably one-h.-ilf uVbre.'Th'e  Grand   Forks   people  declined..   Like  tiie;-Movie people, they'wbie" willing' to  do something;t'hbu'gh'' not to;'be- blood  &niTi=iii oaj-'Uj^i-Ma:  -^ '^'^���^^^���^���^���^���^���"���^���^*^,^^,<!'v.'^-^..��^^^fe-^^��^^<:.c6gg^g{5gf.y^  in whose particular b'ehalf this 6bun'- cfo''Avm'en't th'e public has given to it,  try has been giving tens of millions-of approaching in' ca'sli or value one hnn-  dollars to thc C. P. R, to help riipia'J^au^tf'i^Vii'ti-fK'e million dollars.-  railway devclopement���and give the. but to'u'se i!j'tfsWu'pulo'usly and relent-  people good n:ilway accommodation, l'esssly Avli'rftdVSf safe opportunities' to"  When thc C. P. R. came to  locate (bleed the public..   That  a  committee  of cabinet ministers,' busied  and  harried with their  political 'and  departmental responsibilities;'! can'   keep  in'  check the  astute,, conscienceless .and  gigantic   railway  corporations   which  thus   prove   themselves    willing     tov  throttle every;;weak   interest   that refuses to pay tli'em'blackmail  is   hopeless.    If the ministery have   the   Will,  which' mi.ist.be at most  times  doubtful in'view of the tremendous  railway  iiililience whiih' may   turn   on   them,  t'h'ey have not the leisure or  tendency  '"'���^'.^robiiig'railway   troubles.    A  coni'mission  is  needed,  conv-  ;pb3et!'ol capable aud fccrleia men   iii-  su'ek'ed' tb th'e' c:'\'eii't proposed'.   Graii'd' to',l.eeii  MZM6%!7 i7ti f^y^'^ W >t" '  r    7Ar>  and   in  sta-  R.  \  all"C:tg io !���':���  addition" ten acred'ol  tion  and' fiidct'rackV  "&'  j'round ; for  Tho C.   V.  Quite a number  are being made ou  hotel.  Wm. Carlin, the Fort Steele merchant, was in Moyie Tuesday and  Wednesday.  P. LL Ross ol Cranbrook has taken  charge of the dining room''of the Lake  Shore hotel/  Messrs. Neitzel and Johnson have  uncovered a fine body of ore ou the  Mountain Goat claim.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Murphy .will take  charge of the boarding house at the  St. Eugene mine on June first.  Fred E. Pieper, the  artistic  painter  and paperhanger, graced the streets of  Moyie this week by his presnee.  ���'    J. J.  Taylor   and    II.   Kehoe,-   two  Rossland mining nieu, were here   this  week and examined   the   St. Eugene,  S. A. Scott and Chas.   Diamond   are  making a   splendid   showing  on   the  Friday   mineral   claim   on   the  west  .side.  ��� Mr.  Tanner   will  hold services  in  Cranbrook   tomorrow,  instead   of   in  Moyie.   Members of his church should |  bear this in  mind.  W. H. Shira departed last evening  for Wasa. north of Fort Steele, to take  charge of a force of men on a mining  property near that place, -.-  '; G.H.Miner of the; Pioneer Mard-  ware storey;Cranbrook;G.- A. Merrick,  of Winnipeg, drove over from Crau-j  brook Monday.and returned Tuesday  afternoon. V  'At a distance:: of about 2it yards  north of tho No. 2. tunnel of the Lake  Shore mine a body of ledge matter  with ,a strong sprinkling, of galena  was.stripped this week.    .  , : Chas. 'Farrell and i. P. Farrell  u'ere at work this week making a preliminary survey for a wagon road to  the Society Girl, east of the St.' Eugene.    In all probability the road   wiU  | start from the last switchback-pf   the  | St. Eugene road.  The mine owners cif the Slocan are  protesting against paying $8.50 for  eight hours work when that law goes  in force, and arc circulating notices to  that effect. The Leaukk will publish  the contents of the notice next week.  S. Edwin  Oliver,   representing   the  ance about June   10th.    The  publication will have 16 pages,   100, illustrations and 10,000 copies will be printed.  Last Thursday  Mrs.  Edward .Miles  La'wlor purchased a lot  on "the north  east corner  of ."Victoria and   Government streets for .$105 spot cash.    This  is one of  the   most   desirable lots  in  Moyie, and Mr3.   Lawlor . has   already  been offered a handsome  advance  on  her purchase price.  t_    Some people come   to the Leader  office to   give   news   and   swap  lies,  while others come to  tell  their  troubles; but such was not the  mission of  Joseph    fteiderstadt'    last,  Thursday  afternoon.      When   Mr.     Neiderstadt  came he brought two bottles.of his excellent bock beer specially brewed   for-,  the   24th   of'May.    Not   only   that,  While we were sampling   the   beer   he  pulled a fiyer  from " his 'vest  pocket  aud handed It to us   to be placed   on  account.   Thus   he     quenched    our  thirst, replenished   our  bank  account  and made us happy,  A Veritable Kloiidiktfi  Considerable excitement tfas   manifest round town several days this week  over,   the    discovery   of   a  ten   inch  ledge   of    gold    bearing  quartz    on  the west side of the  lake, a short distance back of Col. Henderson's   house.  The  discovery -was   made   by  T; L.  Davis.    Davis,    who   took  John Day  and Tom Rader in as partners,   staked1  the first claim, Scott and   Diamond'a  second and Day  and   Kader a   third.  The ledge can readily  be   traced  over  the   three   claims.    Pieces  of  quartz  from the ledge  have  been  pulverized'  and washed which produced a surprising amount of flour gold.    Samples of  the ore will be assayed and if  the  ore  proves to be even  iialf as  rich   as  it  seems to be, the owners of the  claims  have a bonanza.  Dauce may 34th.  No special program has been arranged iu Moyie for the Queen's birthday. Steps arc being taken to arrange for a program of sports for the  Children to'take place on that cfay.  ln the evening a dance will be given  at the East Kootenay hotel; Eveiy-  body fnvited.  "���'Metal; Qi'otu.tioiis.  New York; May 17.���Bar silver  61 cents. Lead; very quiet, ^4^5 bid,  450   asked.     The    brokers'  price1' is  !R2o. , ;.;    . ���.���'.���'���'���;  Are You Insured?  t-c It  FIKE. LIFE'OK ACCIDENT,  cam, o>f  McVittie & Hutchison,        Post Office.  dependent of politics who can give j'Nt'laon Daily Miner, is in town secmy  their whole time to the business of hig data for the special edition of that  keeping tab on railway doings.   ��� . | paper, which   will   make   its  appear-  Paintingy Fstip^  hanging1, Half$-  mining, et'c.y eta:  !>,;!  1  /  JUdiluui.'lcd l-'uruislieij..  MOYIE. K.'.rZ IA
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'Z'J'i'A       ,   CIIATTKn   v.
Virginia    JCewis,    though    living    in
, Now   .England,   would   nevor   bo   mistaken for ii native ol' that. ser-Uun. She
Jacked   tho-   phlegmatic     tenu)er;imenl
of the people about her, notwithstanding the fact tliat she had  been I'i'aivil
anions   them.       Her   environment   had
undoubtedly affected  her character to
tlie extent that outwardly .she moved,
spoke,  and acted  like her neighbours.
Uut   there   wu.s   a  certain     suppross-jd
emotion,   always  distinguishable,   however    well  controlled,   that   bespoke   a
birthplace   in   a   warmer   clime., Tlow-
r  ever   mildly  sir?    might    address   her
friends, and there were few of gentler
speech,   the   slightest   antagonism   b"-
irayed   by   anyone     present   would   be
met  with sin   instantaneous  answering
Hash of ht;r J us irons dark eyes,  which
betokened   danger  if   the   .subject   was
.pursued.      Sol   one,   'not  even     tho:-'?,
most  dear to her,  bad  the oouraye lo
take liberties of conversation or of act
with'  Virginia     .Lewis.       Nevertheless,
she was the best beloved and most popular  young  woman    in , the   township.
Half the young1 men the'country round
were   her  adrhirers,     redely   to   beoorea
obedient   servitors   in   exchange   for   a
friendly nod.      Jtarer still, ;she had no
enemies anions: the women folk.
She was not beautiful, yet by many
called so. J think this was because of
the marvel of her eyes, wliich. always
brilliant and'ever restlessly .moving, as
though to absorb all about her, attracted with a fascination  or magnei-
ism   which   none—resisreu: it""~was no
•wonder that the rays of centime intelligence shed by those orbs should have
been   mistaken   for   beauty,   for,   after
all,   it   is  'expressiveness   rather 'than
symmetry,  of    lineament    which, men
most admire in a woman.
'   When at  rest,   there were hard,  set
lines   a.bout  tbe   mouth   which,   to, the
physiognomist, unmistakably proclaimed her possession of that excessive Vciil
2 ower  and   dogged    persistence  which
.Squire   Olnev  had   truly  mentioned   as
characteristic traits.      Jdr. Barnes had
said  that he would  not expect  to surprise her again into a betrayal of herself   or  her   purposes,   'and   in   this  he
showed a. keen perception.
She had been very much startled by
the  abrupt  entrance  of   the   two   men
! v.*hen she wa~s vet a child.
•She  was  t:vidently  disturbed  at   the
discovery, for^ho gazed at it Ion*? and
earnestly.       Perhays    her    conscience
troubled   her.   and   the   thought' came
to her that even at the moment when
he  was killed  her uneie  had just been
Irokinv,   at    this    picture    of  herself,
thinking-   of  the   time   wh<m,   a   young
and mi motive child, she- had  been his
idol, and then ol  the p-jst  week, when,
b<-foie all   their "friends,   they  nad  an-
tpgonized their wills.     She threw her-
st.lf on ih.- bed,  buried her fate in her
bands, and for some minutes she sobbed   lik<    one   in   dire   distr. -is.       Prest ntly,  rising from  he.- recti,nbent ]>o-
I silion,  controlling her emotions, by an
I effort   of Vill.   she iirst hid  the  locket
j in iier dress, as she had dono with the
let t err--, and  theii bathed  her face and
went   to  the window.     She looked   toward  the  summer-hou.se,   but  saw  no-
l thins; of the defectives.     Turning., she
■ hurriedly xiul ou her hat, arranged ber
I toilet and started  out from  ihe house
,  in   tbe  dirtction   of   the  posl-otlice.  •
She   thought   that   she   had   avoided
tbe  observation -oi rlie detectives,' but
in   this,   n.s   she ' herself   subsequently
suspected,  she was mistaken.     Jleaoh-
h-g   the   bridge,   she   noticed   the   boat,
and us she had  lost seen ihe two men
entering   it   sin-   concluded     that   thuy
me !    1 must know.'
is suspected ?   Tell
I   will  know !'     3 "   .
" Silence !    Are you still in a dream ">
J mi   must  stop    this     wnd     jan.,,,.,'.! .'
Stop it!    Stop it   instantly!"      Taktn-
Alice  by the shoulders,  she shook  1^
end by her words and manner Virginia
-it   length   subdued   somewhat   the   'n-
bms.ly   of , her     friend's     cr.:,-iiomZni
Ihen  occurred   the inevitable  react inn
Alice   threw   herself   on   ,ho    ^nd
abandoned herself (o a wild paroxvsm
of   tears        Virginia     endeavoured" ' to
calm   and   soothe  her.   but   for  a   j,,',
time   her  attentions   only    ai'siwn  ,i
Ihe  hysterical  sobbing   >An,.?awh   ?
how,:ver,   she  became mnlv  quiet,   ami
^ ii-frmia smiHlii an explanation
bow   j-ou  knev.
tell   nn
is  ili^nd
" ilush '    1   r-annot
not.    I cannot."
" l>ut y„u mii«l.    Kvllcntly you know
«'HHi   yuu   must
tell   ith
1   can-
ahout' this
were now in the vicinity, though she
did not yet iiticss that th.-y had followed her. As she passed the saloon,
however, she caught a glimpse of'Burrows, and as he immediately withdrew,
s*' ivs to hide himself from her view,
she at once decided that he was there
to watch ht-r movements. Tims she
was'compellQ.diT») abandon her project
of mailing- the letter herself, which
bad bet'n her object in coming out.
She went on to the bou&e of the Marvels.
J^einj; on terms of closest intimacy
with the bimates, she inicereinnnious-
ly entered without knocking, and wtnt
into the parlour-.- "lieie. seated in front
of n rousing log- tiie, she found Mrs.
Maivel. bi.sily enems'i-d with some
knitting, and evidently ignorant of tho
fact that at thnt very time grave
suspicions., wore '•entertained against
her son. The old lady politely rose
and welcomed her visitor, but Virgil ia. without accepting her invitation
to be sen ted, at once inquired for ber
daughter Alice.,
"Alice is not out of bed yet," ,said
tbe mother. ,".She sent me a message
at breakfast time . that she had a
headache, and preferred to sleep. J?ut
you can go,, up to" ber room if, you
wish. f guess'she is not seriously ill."
She   smiled, -well     knowing     that   her
toil   m.
" It   is impossible.','
" (,'fin you not ti;ust me ? Come,
Alii-o,, you must be reasonable. We
.ir'- uasiini; time lhat is most precious. J >o vou know who is or will be
sic-peeled of thir. i-rime '!"
" Do ymi know ? Then tell me !"
.si. id   Alic",   ij,  I't-yi-ri'Mi   anxiety.
" InMeii.   Tii ere are  two detectives"—
" W'bai !     Already '.'"  internjoted Alice-, in a terrified voice.    "Aud yon say
they  suspeit  someone ?''
"Alice, you. too, s i«--pect sonir^me.
Who is it V 'A you and the detective.?
su.-,['oef the same man, 1 will help ..<>
>!nel<;   him.     ^'cni   know   that/'
" Tiim '' M'hom dn you mean ?" Now
il  "-"ei-ii'.ed  that  Alice was puzzb'd.
'■ Whuni do 1 mean ? 'Who wa<i it
tint qiiaireileii \\ith my uncle? Who
whs it   that  threatened to kill him '.'"
"Jlv tJod. yii inean my brother.'"
A bee «ank in a < hair .md.sat .stariri/r
libe iiii" in a iranc". j'"nail\. b\ .<•
i;i-".'U ••iTi.i't. She aroused lurs-lf and
.--eenieil  to  i\";ain  her •fie|f-pns«ersifin
In uble.       "What      .f   someone     should
find   the .weapon  and  commit1 a  crime
willi   it '.'      Might   not     the   linger  of
suspicion  point  at me ?     I  felt inclined   to  return  and   look  for  it,   but   (lie
distance, is   a  Ions' cne,   and   besides I
< oubl   not    be-   sure   of   recovering1   it.
Therefore,   trying   to   persuade   myself
that  my fears were silly, 1   endeavoured   io   go   to   sleep. .    Hut,   oh.   Viririe.
v.bat   a    night   1   have   nassed '."   She
shuddered   at   Ihe   recollection.
" I   can   readily   understand   and   im
new   not   surprised   at   what   you   said
wh<m   1  came   in.      Shall   we  go  down
and see if the boy has returned ?" The
two  girls   left  the  room  and   descend-,
ed   to   Ihe   iloor   below.        t-lerr.     they
i'l.uiid   their   messenger,   and   Were   in-
1V rmed    that   Will'   ICverlv      would    be
ready to go on their errand as soon as
be  could' get his  horse ont.     A  quarter of an  hour later bJverly drove up,
and Alice can-ied the letter out to him.
As   soon   as   the   horse   and   waggon
vcre out of slirht'on  the roatl to New
Market,   Virginia   prepared    to   return
home,   whereupon   Alice  expressed   her
intention to accompany her,  honing1 to
recover  her  pistol,  and   together   they
started, ro   wall:   to  Kiverside.
O crnteful wine of every patient bloom,
Pule priestbko cleanser of unlovely Main,
.Subtle duullcr of divine perfume,
Soft a.nlodisl— O d«)li"ates'uinnier jain!    '
("hippy asjomlfir happy beech w-cs I,
Thai shivered with voluptuous eo-uisy,    "
Aii'i bienthed warm Kintitutle in \vliii--pcrs low
When Thy (iehei'iiis eoolncs-. .-liver keen
The fever quern-lied of uvery leaf ;in 1 liougli,
Kor en the \earninvr gnt-<I<>» of my ,-uul
Thy freslini'.ssstrange aud holy kunbit'.ss stole,
Quii-kejiim,'   its   dying   blooms   :ind   languid
rein.s iiuoki U over   tin
di'-uiouiited, and   i should   h.-u,,
you    could     have    »i:ouiin;,l   ;i|
(To be continued.)
Now short  art  gone, tliy   gracious task  coin
And, like a naiad issuing from a stream.
Her   "inouili   wet   limli.-*  bright 'in  a  sudden
' ;de:im, . ,
Her tun ted !h>s mid e\es divinely nvi'i't,
I'nll of iintiiiiriiil yuulli h undying dream —
The earlli uppoars.   A deeper criin.Mjii glows
hi llie ivii ho.--ojn ol  thu dripping rotfe.
{'nun leaf ;eid hough of yonder hiq>i)y beech
fjave, twinkliiu: riii:idM)])s >sMj).
L.ilira   luuulro.vs  sp.irklu  down tlio  ripening
' |>f aeh
And I legible on ilin poppy ">« droopuij; lip,
While the long -unlit hreivcs fresh that, pass .
Over yo'i distant fields of waving ki:i-.k
Feed -oi;l and sen-o with prociou.soiloi'i blown
From the deeji heart of dreaming foi<;sts old.
From   peaceful    nici.dow.s   verdurous   valleys
lone, '        ..
And uplands wandering into western polcl.
— liudolph Hosier in fjilcraturo
.. 'tills
wJieres. "'
Kitty (lushed Of ,s|| ,jlin„
proudest, of her hor.som.-msdijp
"i^o   you   think,   O'Urmrku
could catch Handy U>r ma:-'-
"I dur.iio," said O'Kuurke, -
easy ut e.'iteh a hor.-o when ' tin
over tho pommel."
Ibu he wound (he lines around th, t
•md   jumped   down      Tin,   pin...,,.,,,,.'"
not ro bo outdone'   Ho jumped d,uw, ,*'
and together they wont trotting :u-rA
plain. ' J ' h>i-
Kitty lu.'i scon others try t(, c.lt{.h ,.
dy. Sho climbed, leisurely i„ro u;' "''
and dragged tho''mail iKiuch fron, „Vh"
the scat She was fri^hteneil i,„.. '"
cold and trembling, and kIio threw',,5
fjlnuccs to where O'Hotirko and t)Z
Mmger were advancing and ri'tieatiiiL,I'J
deploying,   never w.ithin   arm's  ri...,)'''
"iVhon   sho   had
must   think   i-u-
daughter was fond of her morning
'iiap, and thzfl " a hcadachu " was often
a  con van icr. l - excuse.
• Virginia at nnot; went in search of
her friend. Ascending one flight of
stairs, she entered Alice .Marvel's bedroom. Alice was in bed, but nor
asleep. On tbe contrary, she; seemed
very.wide awake, although completely
absorbed   with   her   thougnts.
A moment's description of this voting
lady may not be amiss. Though, like
Virginia, a brunette, 'she was nevertheless  totally different in appearance
"iUurLln-cdJ   My God,, this i* frtyhtfid!"
-    -         i  ni.-ie.sr.  toiany oinercnt in appearance.
and   their    subsequent    'announcement j Her friends called   her pretty,  and  the
that they were detectives.     She notic- '
ed that Air. Barnes had kept tlie empty cartirdge   shell  which  had  dropped
from   her  lap,   but in, the  moment   of
her surprise, site  had   not  time  to  decide   upon   the  purpose  she   was   bent
upon  accomplishing.   • When  they left !
,her,  she  sat  down  nnd   meditated, for
some  time.      Presently she arose,  and
it was evident that her plan iiad  been
formulated.     She took the pistol from
the cabinet, where Mr. Uarues shrewdly guessed that it was.
Whatever had been her reason for removing-   the   shclb which   Mr.   Karnes
had   taken  it was  plain  that she  now
considered  Iit  purpose    unattainable.
Opening the drawer of her bureau, she
took therefrom a small mahogany box,
-which    she unlocked.     Jn it were several  pasteboard packages of  ball   car-j
tridges. One. however, contained shells I
which   bad  been  exploded.      She  next
withdrew a cartridge  from  tbo  pistol,
and in its stead inserted an empty shell,
being careful  to see that the hammer
exactly rested upon the 'indentation in
the   rim.      Thus   ic   is  evident   that   if
f,he had  removed  from   ibis pistol   the
empty    shell   which    Mr.   Barnes   had
picked  up she must have reloaded The
■nc-anon prior to his entrance. Nov she
Vv'as restoring it to its original  condition.     She threw tlie pistol on the bed,
as   though  desirous  that  it should   be
readily found.
Next   she  opened     a  drawer   of   the ,
cabinet   and   took out    two pieces   of I
folded paper.      One of these was a du- i
plica!e of that found oy tbe detectives,
bearing tbe words,   "If 1  am cluad  in j
the morning, my murderer is  ," except   that,   as   Mi*.   Barnes   had   guess- i
ed,  this one bore a name,  tbe sentence
being completed.     Virginia scrutinized I
this   for  some   moment.--.,   sighed   deep- j
ly   and   refolded   it.      The .other   was r|
also a  half sheet and bore a few lines ;
addressed   to 'herself.   ,   She   read   this j
several  times, and   then  folded  it also, j
placing both papers in her dress. '
\ Approaching   the   door   which   com-
m.unicafod   Willi   the   parlour,   she   list-
enVti attentively for a few moments
and, then entered that apartment,
whR'h was empty, the detei tives, by
this time, having gone out. urinr. tbe
lawn. Peeping . from tbe window,
careful that she ber.-elf should be
hidden from sight by thc curtains, she
saw Mr. Ha.'uos and Jiurrow:; near tbe
summer-house. She watched them
until they v. ere again approaching the
house, whereupon she leturned to her
own room. Here she remained till tbe
detectives bid made the map of the
grounds ami again sallied forth toward
the   river.       This   time     she   watched
'•f n:>   mind   io  hav.- a.-i,d as   I  hav-
'b'.n   1   have   had   :,   t-rrible   n'?lu       j ri
m-M.-.',r"7"S     ''    'iilVr'    Sr"n     V,'«'-    "»<*'~
'.neioc m<„ ,housand fantasiic
\ ivs. Thv:(»lr,re ii is n.-t strange ih."t
W;ion jvi; Marlle-I me I should have
.io<b-.«.-ort a-tjn as I did. It was a'tremendous shock to have y(,u ;,:„.„„,„„,
fiat a!| ivhb-ji my imagination bar' p-- ■-
tared   was r<-n!lv  u-ue."
" I'mlnubiedly. Alice, but it is .,
-strange- coir-cidence that voii shr.„id
nave had s-ie], dreams. W'bnv wry..
you thinking of Vlv-n yoti' retireVi Omt
my uncle should hav- b"en ^n ,-ni -
npicuously  in   your   ihoughls '"'
"i was thinking of Ilim. n\Jt , ^ i;]
it II   you  the   tnii h  at once!"
"Stop -a , moment. ] . u ill listen (r,
your story after awhile, rr is of --/f.!
Importance that no more lime should
'"' !f,st in v.-arning ^'air.jr of the dan-
g'-r  which   ti-i   ampp him."
" VfS., bin b.ow will you do it '> Do
yen know where hf: is '!"
" He is in Portsmouth by this timr-
1 nope. If0 will e\-ieet a letter from
lie to-morrow morning. [ cam- out,
• o post it. but T am <ertnin that T am
watched by the detective-. . I did not
dare to go to our oft Ice for f,.a!. lh.u
tlv-j would d;sro\<-r jnSt wi,at j df) ,, (1"
■a ant them to know. The oniv v.-oy
Kit  is  to send   the leltor to   Nev.   Ma"--
5L't-,.ai)rL!naU  jt  t!lc":t'-    iJAu'  <*.i"    we
do  that   '
, Alice bad eriirelv comooscd he-self
and vMiil- her friend spoke was" ran!
My dressing. She reidied :
"I know the \i-ry one to (rut-{ fnr
of course, if 11111?f bo a tried' fri.'m'l a.s
tlv bearer of the l.^ttor will dis-co-er
<he4addros-s.' Will Overly is i h"o lnn.,
fo.'-'this    cm.■J^on/.u—-av^vi■.„-     s- ill    j-e
• oemb.-r. savrrl him once'v^ej^he v. as
neatly drowned, and si-u-eVvm t'be"
oeve-he has li-'c-n ic.tdy to .'-vu-ritlee
us   JiTe   for   my   broiber- at   auv   mo~
'.•'ciil.-' , '    ■    . ■  -
" Will is the ma- that 1 had m n-.y
"■.!''!. ('an vou send one of the hoy's
'o 015. 1-oase for him ?"
" V- ail b"re tb! r ic-turn, and I will
"\" M." Willi db-re worJs Alice tM,p.
■rd !].,-> room. Left to 'lersell. Vir-
"■■ria   \\;i:-.   at    ir.f't      1 hoimhtfu!. '     Sh»
uitl   P<t   b.-licve   ihal   ail   the   ptrita-
Alico E. Ives has written a new piny of
New York society. '
Joseph Ilnworth will probably star next
season ia a new comedy.
Louise Thoriulyko Jkmclcaulb has joined
Henry Miller on his tour.
Gi'aniiini, tho delightful   tenor of other
days, is singing in vaudeville.
The Theatre des Nations, Paris, Is now;
called Theatre Sarah Bernhardt.
Oris  Skinner .will   play .John   Drew's
parL in "liosemaryV on (he road l(
Kato  Claxton has been playing Roxano
in a production of "Cyrano de JJorgerac.'
Josephine Hall is to bo the first American actress to invade Cuba under tho new
Tyrone Power is acting with Mrs. Fisko
So are two-other graduates from tho Daly
Sudormann's mystical play, ''Drei Rci-
herfedcrn." failed ac its lirst production
in Berlin
Aunt Louisa Eiclridge, one of the Best
known of tlio old school actresses. ,has
gone on tbe vandevillo stage
Edward Ilarrigan will return ro vaudeville soon, now that he and Robert Kltz-
simmons havo parted company
Rose Kytingo has called to her assistance
the courts in an effort to collect; from Mo
Keo Rankin ?1,100 b;ick salary.
Anna Held has begun the study of ,Ju-
dio's comedy, "Papa's Wife," adapted to
English by Harry li. Smith. She will appear in her new play next season.
Thar, Miss Foster was different from
and moro charmj.ug than all 1 vim rest of
her kc.v might havo boon proved from any
of -the la men to whom sho hud been engaged in the two years since hiio hail come
back from school, beginning with Cadot
Feiris and ending with Cady.
y.     unen   she  had   stowed ,ma,,.
the .-rown of bar cap a small packu,,„ ,'?
'mni-ked Rpwio and addressed to ^adv I   '
poniKid,sprawling, almost feniinine jj^'.'
she snapped   tho lonk.    .She   had   ]'(,fi,'
keys   in   tlio   ling, for she   knew tlm   J
pnstina.sicr   had    tluplicates        ']•}„',„ J
steadied herself with a long drawn |inV1
and. gathering her riding.sk|r[sal)("'-Y
walked   toward   Dandy, holdup  llllt i'"'
liaiwl.     Dandy had'been brought in, ^f
lleve that   iliis   meant   sugar or niitj,-,,
ilecamowitb  neck out stretched ,.,'■ '"f  -
zbd in tbo little gloved palms s
"Ue   is  Korry   bo   was   iiauirlirv <•
Miss Foster, scratching   the   l,.-.,.fe 'fl[ j!' '
ear. "und ho is going k, bo k6,»| „„(/   /'*
er,   never  run   away    I mm   |„, ,r
-    And then   she   rewiirded   O'Ki.u.i,, ,
That Captain Fostor.was exactly liko all j  »'«"'»»'"T ]"intlr (wl   '" ^^yZl
fcho 'rest or mankind and little deserved tho    ",, , kI!   "Rl"? ,,/',,jr*'"t '» « h»,i..M.r ty
ble-sing he had in his datmhterwas „.„„,.     <lul hi'4 ««»niiiK credit.  She .mIjt.(l
i'tTert    on
"Slchul.is   >'ickl«l)v"   mid    Its
-Kilucntion  ni KnsrUtiul
term was applicable, for though she
possessed a ('harming face she could be
called neither handsome nor beautiful.
Small, well-chiselled features, a rosy,
p«rf little mouth, pieicing black eyes,
chestnut-brown baJr, sJid  a clear com-
window    of   ber   tnvn
them   from   th'
I'bom and realized from their' actions
that they were studying Ihe footprints hi iv.eon the b iiikc and the river. She also saw them get in the
boat  and  cross  the river.
Once   more she  ertend   the  pailour.
One   would   Ihink   from   her   repeated
visits to i be place where lav the dead
body  that it   had  some fascination   for
ber,      As   though,   Indeed,    this   were
the  case,   she  v. out  straight   to   where
it   lay   nnd,   bending   do-vn,   gaxed   at
it   intently.      Especially   did   sh<;   look
upon  the  disfimned face.     Finally she
tinned   her attention   to  the  band  an I
examined   a ring on one finger.     This
seemed to  satisfy  her.      Jn   rising  she
.steppe I on   the  hem  of ber dress and
tell   to  her  huees, striking against   the
<--orj)se,  which  was   thus  slightly   I urn-
id   over.       This   .-Htit/'n     brought   into
view    the   oth-r   hand,    which     before
had  been  under the body.      Kb" shud-
di red   as   she   jumped   up,    and    t!:;n,
noticing that .the-fist   was doubled  up
tight,   her  curiosity was  aroused,   an'j
she  determined  to'investigate  further.1
•She. endeavoured   to   open . the   fingers,-
and, though' they were tightly, clinched,
she' at   length   succeeded     in   relaxing
two.      This   enabled   Iier   not. only   to
see   that • there  was  something within
the   dead   man's   grasp,     but-   ab-o   to '
-.withdraw it.     This done, she evidently.
had   enough   of   the   'company   of   the
corpse,   for   she   hurried   to    the   next.
rcom and hastily closed  tlie door after
her.    ' ,':'''
, She then examined the article which
She -bad just ob-.ained and found it
to be a rinall .gold locket. Opening
it, Kim ,saw that it contained a minia-
life of] herself  which  bad  been  made
plexion with considerable colour, these
were the salient points in her favour.
Jn statnn; she was petite. But it was
her manner more than her physical
charms that' was her chief attraction.
Vivacious, impetuous, with powerful
emoiicris, loving"and hatinfe with a degree of intensity'foreign to the American-born, it was easy to detect that
Alice Marvel had French blood in her
1-1'»r father had chosen his bride in
Paris .and continued his residence in
that city until Alice was fifteen. Then
he returned to Ameiica with bis family,
■which includede Walter who was two
years older than his sister, and immediately thereafter settled in Lee
Thus Alice was now in her Iwenty-
lifth year.'
Startled from her meditations by the
abrupt entrance of her friend, Alice
stared at ber a moment in silence and
then  suddenlv exclaimed :
" Is   he  dead ?"
" Is who dead '!" - asked Virginia,
amazed at  the question.
" Your uncle, y\y. Lewis," replied
Alice, at which Virginia was so bewildered that she- stood speechless. Knowing that the Tad of her uncle's death
bad bven so recenty discovered and also
that /like bad not l"ft her own room,
Virginia v.ns a I a loss to understand
how she had become aware of (lie true
state of affair.--. Jt occurred to her
lhat perhaps, after all, the maid-ser-
Mint had informed Alice, but in that
ease ii should have been known also
by Mi-;. Marvel! whereas that lady bad
acted in a way vuiieh preedutied the
supposition that the news had reached
her cars. Kooovermg somewhat from
the iir«t effects of her surprise, she
acked :
" Mow d(d you know (hat he is dead?"
Alice  .started   at   this   question,   and
then,   as   though   awakening   livjin   a
dream,   replied :
I      "I    don't    know   v. hat   T   have   b°en
! saying.      I think I  wuy. dreaming  when
1 you   .•:■.:::->   in,   and--.ind—awl ' i    must
! havo continued aloud, what was parsing
' through my n.unl."
"Your dream, then, is wonderfully
near the1 truth, for my uncle v-as found
dead this morning', and he ha.*, undoubtedly   been 'murdered."
".Murdered ! .My Cod, this ia'frightful !'' With a convulsive -tremour,
which passed over her whole fra.nie,
Al it:'..* ■ lay; back and buried her fact; in
her. pillow. V'irginia gazed at her, not
knowing ho w to coiistrueher agitation.
A moment later. A lice, with one bound,
leaped from the bed, and, rushing- up
to Virginia, exclaimed excitedly :
. "You say lie was murdered. How do
j'fj-'U know it.'.'ii Who can prove if ? T'bd
anyone see it1!? Who did ,it ? Who
did  it,  I .say ?    'Tell   me"-—
1-Iu.sh !    Do you know what 'you are
saying ?   If anyone heard you, it would
be suspected "—
" What would  be  suspected ?   What
ll   v, hieh   s:ji,>.   nad   wiln'-^od   ''n   her
solely   ilue   lo 'the   eoinci-
ni •'-tmaro.    Yet   how could
iv?.lly   Lno.vn   anything  of
since   she  bad  not   h".m  out
'ud   wa<i
me  of a
1 e    have
■r ov 11 room, unless, indeed, she
'-■a'1 hem present the night before.?
vi'fp returned ar.d, as she entered,
said :
1.1! o
sent  Frank, one
of the sta-
-bail  I  tell
md her
boys,    f.jy   Will,
y'oii'what  I  did  last night?"
Virginia sigiitied her assent,
c-.U') anion  proc ed'jd.
ilairy T^ucas b.ad promised to take
n.'.- to drive ;•■> the evening, but durum the afternoon be called and told me
thM ii, would br* impossible to do so,
as be had received a note which would
make it oe-essary for him to leave
io\\ 1 . [ ui'l not doubt his statement,
■itid after a Utile conversation he left
the house. Aft.jr his departure 1 found
en the lloor a note which be must
havf dropped m taking his handkerchief from his pocket. Of course I
had .10 right to read it. and I did not
think of doing so until J recognized
thai the ad Iris.s was in your writing."
Alice paused, but Virginia said nothing-, thonirh the colour deepened on
hi!' check-.      Alice continued : —
" I suppose that, knowing you bad
accepted rnv brother's love, it was a
conn mjitibl" thing for me to feel
jralu'ir.. Nevertheless'* I confess with
sht ir.c and ie^r'-t that such was the
c: se. Tb.--i-"fi iv I opened the* note.
As yi u .'-now 1'c- < on tents--. you can
ri'; dily iin:',"-ii:e thai what 1 read v.T.-i
sti. letlv < a h-iila.' ed ic dissipate my
i'i:i,".i r. Vou iu\ lie-.! b.ini lo a s.-< r"l
rriitirg. The hour wined vas for
hist e\-e::Irg. Thus Harry had broken, l.i.'; promise to'me, giving mo a
faK-e .-recuse,  in ordpr lo meet vou.
" Imr "tuous,   as   you   kr.ovv   1   am.   1
al    one"     determined     to   be   present:
You had spooiMed that   he should wait
for you in   the south side of  the surn-
11 cr-hc use on y<. ur lawn.     I  had only
to go early and  conceal  rnvselC in   the
northern  division.     As   1  drew   on   my
clt ak   pii-jiaiatory   to  starting  my   eye
fell   en  my   pistol,   which   lay   on   my
du; sing-case,   ami,   though   1    did   not
think  of needing  it  or of  using it,   in
my excitement   I   toolc.it  up  and  slip-
T< d  it into my pockei.      I  reached  ihe
place   first,   as   was   my   intention,   and
pati-mtly  awaited   your  arrival. Harry
rame,  and you joined  him  promptly. I
need   not   te-Ii   you   what   occurred   between   you.      1   overheard   every  woi d,
and     yoir   can1  imagine -,   how     much
ashamed1 I was.of mv doubt of Harry
and.  of   yourself   when   I -learned   the
real object of the meeting.     I  felt Mice
revealing  roy   presence    and     begging
y.cur  pardon,   but' my ■.pride   ii'revenled
rrie.      So   I   lemained   in   iny   place   of
concealment   until     both   of   vtm   had
left.     Then I hurried home."
"But. this would scarcely account
for- the dreams," said Virginia., -without commenting on the rest of the
slor-v.    '    '
" T? have not finished. I f.-aid thai
I bad taken my pistol with me v,'he;>
I went out. On my return T was
alarmed at not -finding-it,'for, as you
know, my name is engraved on the
stock. My imaginative mind at once
commenced   to   picture     all   kinds   of
^ The immense efl'eo.fc produced by one of
Dickens' novels on the education'of Kng-
Jish boys is pcinred out bv Mr. 'James L.
Hughes in an article in The Century on
"What Charles Dickens Did for Childhood." c
Dickens made schoohnastei s prominent
characters in six of his books--" Nicholas
Nickleby,"   "Tlie   Old Curiosilv Shop,:*
I   'Donibey   and    Son,"    "David" Copper-
| ficid," ''Our Mutual Friend." and •'Hard
Times."    The coarse brutalir.yiut Squccrs
was offset by tho loving sympathy  of thc
dear old schoolmaster who idieltered Liit.lc
Sell.  Dr. Ulimber ami Mr. Crcakle. each
in   his   way   a   perfect   type   of    wrong
methods of dealing with   children,    were
more than counterbalanced by Dr. Strong.
There, is no page    in   any   language than
treats of more   fundamental    educational
principles than the page   describing   Dr.
Strong'}!   school.    In   "Hard Times" the
tlwarJing of Louisa and ' "Tom   Oradgrmd
by i-heir father's   false   educational   ideal
was brought into perfect relief by the unfolding of wisdom and sweetness in Sissy
Jupe, who was not robbed of a real childhood.     '
Squcors' school was described to arouse
the indignation of the public against badly managed private schools, conducted bv
ignorant. sordid, brutal men who "trailed in tlie avarice, indifference or imbecility of parents and thc helplessness of
children." . . . JIU j,.,(i a wider aim.
however, than uhe overthrow of a:i evil
system of private schools. Ho caught, thu
spirit of Henry Barnard and Horace
Mann, and was one of the first   Fmglish-
ble-sing he hasl in bis daughter wns niani
fested by his 'drawing from his pocket n
Iciterand saying as ho gave it to her, "By
tho by, Kitty, this c:iuu\ for you yesterday
while you wero riding with Cady. and I
forgot to give ic to you." .,   ',
Miss Foster looked at tho postmark and
at, tho almost, feminine chirogrnphy and
knew that thc letter wa.s from Fort Ilowio
and from Gloccster. She laid it beside her
Idato and finished ber break rust. After-
ward sho took it up to her own room and
rcai] It. Tbei! she sat with folded hands
and looked; un5eoing, at the photographs
cf the 15 upon tlio wall beforo her ' Shu
was very white. '   l
The niosl a.stnto woman will frequently
stake -everything and piny all lior gamo
upon honor In man. When thnt chances
to fail, her calculations aro act at naught,
and the bottom falls out of her 11 nlverso.
And Glocester's hojior had failed, lie
wrote— Kitty rend it again: "Ro yoti'tell
1110 you are engaged to Cady. That means
little to you,r but ic may mean, much to
him. Therefore, to prevent his being nmdo
the foo] that I have been, I havo taken the
liberty of sending him by this mail tha
letters you havo written to mo within tho
hist, month-—four in numbor—that ho may
know with what manner of woman ho bus
,   ,      . ---''i 'in i:-
pasM'iigcr awl thanked biur^u'eily
,   "I hope tho postmaster,will nor U. anr
with 1110 for   delaying   this traiw) ani'i c
of the government mails.,'     And hhu w5'
tored awny
'      •      •.     •, ■  *     •     •
Cady sat. himsnlf, upon thu lop step 0'
tho porch,,of Captain Foster's cju;vrters.<
Miss Foster  did   tho  sa'nm     (\uly'b faCt-
-fr's Woi
to deal.
men to see the advantages of a national
system of education, ami the urgent; need
of well-trained teachers by whom young
minds might be guided in the first stages
of their growth.
The publication of "Nicholas Nickleby"
freed England from the low class   of private schools, aroused a widespread    interest in national educationt and   the better
training of teachers, and helped to reveal
tlie fundamental principle   of   true discipline in home or school, that all coercion
is   dwarfing    in   its   effect  on- character-
gro^vth.    There   are   many   teachers and
parents who still need to learn   that even
the   most   refined   methods   of   coercion
cripple the individuality of the child and
prevent the development of ils   true   selfhood,    the   divinity   of   its   nature.    For
them "Nicholas Niuk-leby" is odd  of   the
best of   all   books.    Tbey   should i-'.'id it,
once a year.
the cod line Hinging <lcr   '^°
Who   Ins   lipard
Who him hauled 'ho fltisliini/  prey ucrons tlin
Who  has   felt,   tlie wot- linr.o  stinging on tlio
When ihe I,oat Wall n-siangcr 'neath tlie gale?
Who lini hnd him 111 ihe ninjKini; of ilie s:iil
While Ihe ipa.stlii;ad'd  nodding sleepy lo   tlio
And   h;i>j   sbiijilieied   till   thu stars   niow dim
unit pale V
Fill your Inuiipor:-)1   Join   tho chorus of   my
Oh. the fickle, finning, frnlie. froilin'.r seal
Oh, the lniipul, lapium:, l;iia;ii'er loving sea
Wo who love her (111 our i:I.'i.s-,<;-!
To th'i liont of nil 'he lassCH,
And wodrinl; a bripybuiiiper to the sea
Wlw lifis lain upon l hn. sloping'deck awush?
Who  has  hauled und clewed and chanted Ir-
the windy        .   '
Wholin's watched the naiinmast bonding   nig'.i
While tho rivnl bont's a-dropptng off behind?
Who  Ii.-ih   leaned aguiust tlio creak iny, joltin's
. wheel
■Through a moonlit summer   nl^ht on southern sen?
Who has felt, tho old sen longing that I feci ?
Fill   your   hljmpciH. men.   und   yhout, alout
with niof
Oh, the .singing, sighing, salty seen tod fifin-.
Oh. thu rushing, murine, ramping, r.-iguij; sea
On your feet, and clash your ^kisses.
"To tho best beloved of lasses—
Sere's a brimming, briny bumper to the seal"
—Richard Btiilman Powell ui Criterion.
' Now, 14 times beforo Miss Foslor hnd
not been in earnest, but this time sho was.
,l"nfortunately the fact that, Hhn, carral
greatly for Cady had not prevented hor
from writing to G luces ter moro nfTooMon-
atoly than prudently in order to keep him
—t'other dear charmer who was away—
upon her string .so long as it would hold
him without snapping, and the letters,
Vent while 'sho was actually engaged to
Cadj', were going to full into his hands.
It, was a desperate situation, but. for all
her blue eyes ami curls nnd bewildering
wiivs. Miss Foster was tho woman to meet
After a timo sho rose to her feet and sot
her lips. It is u peculiarity of Cupiti'e
bow lips that they can set upon occasions.
Sho know that Ondy had not yet received
those letters, anil she determined that he
never should.    Sho would rob tho stngo.
Guard mounting was ju^t over, and the
stage was not due until noon. Kitty set
a lug hat a-tilting upon her curls and
walked down to tho postoflice. Fate, with
lher partiality for tho brave and fair, willed that tho postmaster should havolefthis
desk. .Miss Foster pushod open tho gate
and wenc belli ml tho rail. Tlio keys to the
niailbag hung upon their hook. .Sho put
thorn in her pocket. JVhen tho postmaster
came back, she was placidly marking his
clean blotter with the letter stamp
"If you please, Mr. .foncs," sho said. "I
want this letter rog;.sU:icd.;
An hour later Idiss Foster reined up her
horse on the top of a risoand looked across
the flat stroteh   of  grcasowood and cactus    ' V[-•.
and   sago.     Far   mvny n tiny   speck was    .,.,, .'
crawling toward her along the white road.
It was tho stage.  Kho had been born upon
the plains, and sho  had an   unfailing eyo
for Its distances   Thoro would be full half
an hour to wait.    Sho cast about for somo
way of killing timo and found ndeep, wide
fiSsuro in tho   parehud earth.     It appealed
to hor daring     Hho put her hor.-o to a run
and  jumped   it  timo aiid  again until i;o
was winded.     Then  she rodo again to tlio
crest of  tbo   slopo.     Tho  stage was near.
•She dismounted, felt of the girths and sat
down, bugging tlio tiny noonday shadoof
a nu'.squitc bush, for the sun was burning
down from ;i hard, blue sky.     A   big   rod
nut was  carrying   a   hectic's  wing ninny
times larger than itself.    Kitty watched ifc
tinti! she beard   tho rattle of  traces as iho
stngo climbed the  other side or   thu slopo   I
Then she commended   ber soul to henvon
and   brought;   iier  quirt  down   upon   tho
horse's black Hanks.
Tho stage driver drew up bis stock, and
tho one passenger put, out his head aud
shoulders and gir/cd at tbo slender gray
figure rising alone in tbo nildst of tho
, "Whatever, Miss Kitty"-— Tho driver
stopped fchort. Ho saw tbo horse grazing
off a bunch of stumpy grass 100 yards
awny Kitty went a stop nearer and laid
her hand tin the wheel. .Shu had seen that
there was no woman in tho stage A woman would have upset all her calculations.
.Sho raised her big bluo eyes Tho mon
v.-ho could havo resisted tlioni vvcro few.
Those in tho stage listened now ton, talo
calculated to melt, a heart of stone
"J was  just out for a little   ritlo," said
Kitty, "and   my   girths   w< ro   loose,, so  I
dismounted to cinch   up, mid   that horrid
Dandy got, away      If you bad not conic, I
don't, know whatever 1 should havodoiie."
Miss   Foster would   not   havo' been  tho
woman sho was if tears—tho genii of  tho
lamp of fair femininity—had not risen at
her will. '   Tho   driver looked again at; tho
horse and  back   nt ..Miss   Foster.     Ho bad
known: ber  from   tbo   flay of   hor   birth.
When ho was in his   first enlistment., long
'before ho hnd returned to civil life, ho had
been her father's striker.   Mo bad held lior
upon a burro and taught ber to rido beforo
she could walk.     Therefore   ho was justly
aniioyoil, for   l-hii   e.luvorost   conspirator is
apt; to .overlook n detail, mid Kitty had forgotten   that  tbo    horse  of   a  good   rider
which has   broken  away should1, havo tho
'bridle over its bend.
"I'm sure, Miss   Kitty," ho said, "that
It weren't  1110  loarned you  to 'leave tlio
w/is .stem and set Miss i'i
white ami scared. There was. 11 siinrfl
Then Cady drewufrom his pocket a i^t
ago of loiters 'They wero in Kitty's «nt.
ing. k:r:y dre*v from ber pocket aiint^.
package -Tbey were in Cadv's hauX-.,„
Cady spoko first , r.-.'de
"Here, " ho said, '"is n bundle of bttn
— four in number. They came romel-
today's mall Tbey were accompamu! b'
this iioro from G luces ter I need not*.
sure you that I have not'read them. b>»,
gather from what he says that they nrect
an exceedingly personal natnro and d
very recent date You may guess my opin
ion of Moccstor, but"—he bent upon Iv
a look of withering scorn—"vou cannot
guess my opinion of you."
Hy held tho. bundle out'to, Iier ?h>
pushed it away Then she hold up befort
his eyes a package of much the miuiomk'
Ho reached out for them quickly
"Not   yet .'"said   Kitty'     "nero."?hi
continued, "is a bundle of   letters—=1* K
number      They   came   in   today's   ,-i.r'
They wero   nccomp-tniod   bv a  n'oj0  frcn;(
Miss Fowler of Howie      1 need i:ot n^^tire*.
you that I have read them.   They aro of an
eseeodiiTgly personal—I may say'nllect™
atr—inn uro mi,J «,f very recent date   Tl.er-
wero written by   you   to Miss' Fowler    I
read, too: the noto with which she return '
Cd t horn      IU-ro It. is      You u,av flml tt
interest    'I did." '     ,
Cady took- the paoknro  f-he held cut la-
him.     Mi.'s Foster took the oru> Cady held
our, toiler, aud  again there, v. ns «ilenru
Then the lieutenant rpoku   "To whom
may I  7isk,   were   tho   Jotters   from   Mi-*
Fowler mi'dres'-vd!'"
"To you "
"Auo: may I also ask how. in (hatevent
they canto into ytair pus>-L.ssionj''
Mi.-s Fester cum-uh'ted      "No '
Cady put. his package 111 his packet and
fastened his l.lou.-o   over them      Then  ht ■
sat looking over tbo parade ground    Afiei-',
' im
7 gn
1 Th
f ani
'   1
' nic
" >i
' tho
a time hi, put, bis   hands on bis knees a nit ^^arg
turned and facyd MUs Fester
.•■\S'ell:-" he said Kirty's eyes bad hept
cast, down, so time her long lashes lay ujinr.
her cheeks Slie raised tliem lloiookoi
down steadily into their blue ami twlnk
lieg dci,lbs
"Well:"' echoed Kitty' And then hi
smiled s
Mi-s   Fester gave a huge sigh of relief'
'!••» t. St. curious. " she snid. "how exactlj-
alike. Miss I'ow ler and Mr Clocestor wrlt'i'
An? oi-t< might'kavo been deceived "
nth. was net very relevant, but. Cud;'
did not n:-k what, she meant Irrelevancy
was 01:0 of Miss Foster's many charms -
Cwcndclcn Overton in fc-an Francisco Ar-
, Women  Tri   Smoking Car*. .'
SMiilo sitting in a Long   Island railroad f
woman   take   out  of  lie
train   I   taw   a
ills I
ot III
the i
. disei
pocket, a cigarette case ami walk Into tlwi * JS?IS
smoking car A few moments later 1 s.-nrj 'oiit'tl
in.r calmly light arfgnrette. toss the matchf aninif
away and lean back la/ily. pulling the to-! tnaklt
bacco fiinoko   and watching   bits of  liwil-'"   Btreiifi
scajie rranicd by tho window
She was » well groomed woman of SO
perhaps, with brown hair ami a lace bearing the unmistakable stamp of rrfiiM-Jiioiit.
One cigarette finished, she lighted another in the same matter o( t.ui wn.v,
while :t0 pairs of masculine eyes looked
on with interest
The conductor told mo it was »<>t, infrequent for women passengers to ln<lul|,'»
in a smoke while en route Irom town to
country They did It. ho said, in the selfsame spirit that 11 man tloos, and so f.ir n-5
ho cciltl son thoy had just as good a right
"How do tbo men seem to taku it?' '
inquired [
"Well, thoy never   havo objected so fur \
After   thoir first   interested  stare thoy co
right,  on    reading    their   iinpers "—New '
York Herald
' 1 fcqjfcbe;
h tma,' g
' <ibl'H w
of any
Jt.;. '-
Xnt rlt lotrn   Slc%v«.
A stew Is tho most economical and ino«i
nutririt.us dish that can be prepared b'oi"
meat,      It, is prc|/ai(»l with a los-s- cs::,-iniity .,
of water than in making soupsaini i-ou.'.oi,
at, t. moderate heat lor a longer tune     AJ|
n parti   of -the   iitilriment   Is   to  ho in tl"-'
n'cat. you do not cut it. small, a.s Ior soul'' ';,,V1-.W
Cut   into, pieces  convenient,   for scrvln? ZiW^Z'
i'ui- the bones,'gristly bits and the jion"T ITMz
"    tho    '    -...■■-■■■ - '- '-•■&:
parts of tho loan meat into cold wai^r fi/I|^f!
■This draws out tho. richness anil givW^ilf"
atldetl nutritive value to tho'brbth iftl
AVhen   tho water  boils, add   the tend" <ffi$iijffii
portions; then the juices are'kept in tliein 7''iZZ?&7
liy slow, tender  simmering   rather  tl'"n
by fierce boiling  the   fibers  aro 'snlfi'in'i1
and  tho, coarsest  .unci   cheajiost   kinds cf
meat  arc   mado   tender   and    nuM-iU<)|b'
Pieces  of   meat   from tho shin, this 'nil'''1'
bono, tho Hank, the neck   and   the .slmi'1-
tier are suitablo for slews, but the shin is
tbo   richest;  it   has  so   much   marrow in
tho   bono      Fowls,   the   tougher   parts
mutton, bunband veal may all bo usm:
stows.—Hallio    Joy   Yi'lilto   in   Worna"'*
Homo Companion.
York J61
finlunt-il has become; aisuowi..&	
MOVIE,    B.    C.
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:;"ch |),,,
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reach /, '
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tug" ix,.:'-
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1  left it. '
that \*J
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out h&
up to u ■
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step of
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and d
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—Jirnistnently   Cured of   Catarrh
—Jlt*rr lit Years' Suffering.
japane£ catarrh core cores.'
Mr.  TTios Crawford,  Sargeant   Vancouver
Police Fon-| writes: "I have been a great sufferer from atarrh, which  I contracted  over
i 17 years sg* iu Winnipeg.    I tried many so-
| called calirli   cures,   consulted   physicians,
tionttiat almost anything can be myde   catarrh spVialists, and not one of them gave
v ont of", bamboo receives here   a good il- | me more tin a little temporary relief.   About
..-,'-' .'[.'.A Knniboo Bpitlgre.
' A' British consular report from the
far,east-describes a suspension bridije
:"pf 800 feet span made of bamboo. The
'"cario is split np into fibers and twisted
together;to form tho cables. Consider
ing its'span. tht» material of the structure ri« quite remarkable.   Tho old tradi
lustration in tho field of engineering
' Ylte liareeat  Dtninond In  tbe  World.
.'- '-.This is in possession of the king of
"Portugal.''' It has a weight of 1.680
.karats'14 ounces and is as large as a
•lien's egg.1 It came from Brazil in the
eighteenth century and was then valued ati;$1.000.000,' whereas now it haa
a value of $2,000.000.
.''.   ,-",',. "i     It Doe*  Help.
(, It takes oft a good deal of the suffering,attending illness  and   adds greatly
.'to, the pleasure of existence for the doctor-to. tell you that yours was one of the
•v,worst cases he ever  attended.—Boston
' ,Trans(?ri pt ■
two yearsgo I tried Japanese Cutarrh Cure,
aiid feincu joiiiftJeting this treatment 1 have
been pernwently cored. I can highly recommend it—tc fii-fat application relieved."
Sold b7,ll druggists. 60 cents,, Six boxes,
guiirant<-«l to cure any case of nawal catarrh,
for if-i'-fif, i A free sample sent to any person
bufferiiigroM catarrh. Enclose 5 cent stamp.
Addrferf tf> Griffiths <fc Macpherson Co., h.'l
Ohurt'Ii S-eet, Toronto. n
1  '       Too I>«;ei» for Mormon.
I ■ "I want to ask  ono moro .-question,'
«iid littlo Frank as  he was   being put to
bed. , ., ■.
' "Well;" Acquiesced the tlrc-d mnmnia.
i.", ".When' holes  como  in  stocldn^s, what
becomes of the piece of stocking that \yas
there before the hole camel'"
, Cannel coal was once used as a snb«ti-
tutq,'for candle^, because it can be cut into
blocks or strips aud burns with a clear
yellow flame. Its real name is candle coal
I've  Strength  of at Rear.
Few pople know that a grizzly bear
can giv; points to any other carnivorous anhal, in point of strength. A
grizzly ear weighing just 400 pounds
has bee;watched carrying a heifer two-
thirds « own weight for two mile." up
the mo^ steep and rugged mountain
side, ui this without punsiiig ior one
instantfor re-,t
Tho ig white polar'bear, though not
really s dangerous a customer.1 is capable of lerfonning the most extraordinary lets of stren^ili A jxjlar bear ban
or?n K3U to move with bi« paw a
bowldtsis iiicti bad with di/iictilty {int
in potion to guard a cache ol' provision!.  ,
Minn res Liniment for saleevervwliero
llin   Cbolce.
Rumsey—Mighty poor judgment that
Tompkins has. eh?
Dumsey—^Vhat's the latest?
Ruinsey—Went to a pound party the
other night, and what you s'pose be
Dumsey—Give it up.
Rumsey—Pound of mnstard. Said
he thought .t might come in handy for
plasters—so much grip around.—Kew
Vork World.
"When buying, why not get the best?"
Tha Best
Remedy for
Spring W&athor
.Minard's Liniment lsciicrcs JVcurnlsia
ni i;»c-d.
Johnny1—Have 1 ever bad the measles,
mamma t
Mamma—No. .lohnny
Johnny—Or the mumps?
Mamma—Ko.'Johnny: you have never been sick,
Johnny—Not even the whooping
cough ?
Atainma—Not oven that.
Johnny—Why can't 1 never have
anything that other children have*—
New Yertr/onrual.
SOMETHING MORE THAN A PURGATIVE —To purge is the only effect of
many pills, now on the market. Parme-
led's" Vegetable Pills are moro than » purgative, "'hey f-.trengtheu the stomach,
where other pills only weaken it. They
cleanse the blood by regulating tho liver
and kidneys, and they stimulate where
other pill compounds depress. Nothing
of an injurious nature, used for merely*
purgative powers, enters) into their composition.
1   ^Undulating land is better for the growth
■of ofop^than a level soil.
'1    Hi
»,/.;. <Ji.-A ',4*p,.
'•'.'';;2TOR';%nE O VERWOR.KED. —What;
' iare the.'oansea of dosponaency amLmclau-
' eholy?"', A disordered liver is   one   causa
and. a*.prime one. A .disordered liver
"vineans'adlsordei-ed stonrnt-h, and i\ disor-
'..dered'fitnmach meaus disturbance of the
.'nervous system. This brings the whole
"/body into subjection and the victim feels
.sick'all over. Pannelee's Vegetable Pills
,   ore a'rooognized remedy in this state and
relief-will folio* their use.
' ',i\
He  AV«s  There.
Almlcn*   Kftorts.
Ulieve.     ^ Hair!    'J'russcr
BlowiTiim.« to tell the rrurh '   =
"Yolmay be right. " retorted  Joke-
Icy,   "nt.    if  -o   he"i\   certainly   the
worst ia
-kiinan ! ever saw—or nenrd.
,, ^One,of ;,t.bo ftleasatic ways of kindergor-
jon lie''t--"*®9' *®?c^ers 's t<J l'CJld <l story or poem and
have the children draw u picture illusn-at-
ing.ltT-^Tho other day," said a  kinder-
■ Sbi'
io m« '
." fhi
iii.-i;! • ■
cf an, ;
'n,pr ■
t    I
rurn '
w-\ •;
ut la'.
held '
garten.tenchor, "I read my little folks the
'/famous'poem of 'Littlo  Boy • Blue.' which
begins,j *<
.. "Little Boy Blue, como blow your horn,
,,'The sheep's  in tho meadow, tho cow's in the
f and closes with
" ''.Wlicre's the little hoy that tends tho shtxjp?
' -Ho's uiidcr tho haycock fast asleep.
"''''- ','Ono littlo girl finished her picturo in a
^twinkling antl brought it  to  mo. ' '"Why,
Minnie,' said I, 'you havo drawn  n  very
V nice'.'haycock,   but where  is  liittlo  Boy
.^"'.'[Hp's under   tho  haycock I' said Min-
nio.'''—rliarper's Bazar.
-y,Cf ' '
.iu,*w Cruelty   to   tlie  Tortolne.
.The Loiitlon  humane societies aro agl
ta ting- against, tortoise shell ornaments bo
em'so of   the torture tbo   animals aro sub
jectcd to in depriving  them  of  the shell
Tbey are first scmiboiled over a red ember
flip until 'the flesh tliat secures the shell to
the body is softened.    The animal is then
shelled.'clean, and, though   tho   suffering
must^'bo intense, one rarely dies, but   inn
n fa. , f<»Vmonth.-, grows another shell, of which
Afiei;.','-.'ho;,is deprived in the sanio   miiiiucr     The
i a ni K^iarkest of the shells arc obtained In the is-
.-•'lands'-near.Ceylon and are a largo part of
'N tho"industry of tho natives.
S —
Is   iisolulely   Necessary   to   Give   Some
'Atntion to the Blood at This Season.
In tc springtime the blood needs at-
teutio. The change of tho year pro-
ducestU everyone, whether conscious
of it d not, sonic little heating of the
blood. | ,
• Sou: people have pimples, a littlo
eczein, or irritation of the skin ;' others
feel csily tired and depressed and
have qxior appetite. A tonic is needed, au the best, tonic—the best spring
medicie for man, woman or child is
Dr. Whams' Pink Pills for Pale People. ,'heso pills do not, purge and
woako like "other medicines. They
make rich, red blood, build up the
ncrv'esiud make weak, dopre.-sod and
easil^fcircd peojile. feel cheerful, active
and s'ong. Ko other medicine in the
worldias offered i-'nch nndonbtcd proof
of mat, and wliat Dr. Williams' Pink
; Pillsiave done for othiiS tho3T -will do
for yn if given a fair trial.
Mk KUa 2\I. Kslly, Noi-th-Wesc Harbor, f.S., savs: "I can ehcerfuliy re-
comicud Dr. Williams'Pink Pills "to
any crson suiTering from any form of
woalies?, as I havo proved their \vorth
in it- own case."
Rmoniber thnt irink colored pills iu
gbsi jars, or in any loo?e form or in
boxij that do ii0t bear the full name
("D. , Williams' Pink Pills .for Pale
P?oilo" aro nDt Dr. Williams'. Xo
oaewas ever cured by a substitute.
Sole by all dealers or direct from tho
Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockviile,'
Out. at 50c. a box or six boxes for
S,2. .'0. -    '
Shoot I (ij;   Stum.
When a shooting star breaks into
flame in our atmosphere, the residnnm
of the combustion remains in the air
and can be found in what is known as
atmospheric dust Tiie virgin snow of
the polar "region.-, was often seen !o be
spotted with traces of dust which am
tained particles of iron 'Like panicles
are found on church lowers and elsewhere. Among tbe uiitmte bodies that
dance in "the sun's rays there are certainly particles of shooting stars
The,sands of tbe African deserts
when examined by a microscope present
traces of very small iron particles
which seem to bare oeen subjected to a
high remperatme. and the Challenger
ou its remarkable trip in tbe Atlantic
found at rimes \zi its dragnet fragments
ol magnet ic iron 'which we have'every
reason io believe loll from the sky Sir
William Thompson (Loid Kelvin) and
Riehter have even seen in the aerolites
the disseminators of tbe germs of life
throughout the universe.—Chan la u-
I was cured of a bad case of  Grip   bv
Sydney, C. B. C. I. LAGUE.
I wae'eured of Io?s of voice by MIX-
I was cured of  Sciatica Rheumatism
Burin. N71d.
The Blood is the very essence of life.
As it courses through tbe sy5,tem it carries
.with it, if pure and rich, nutrition to every
cell in tbe body. If impure, it spreads
disease. If thin and watery, it fails to
noui Lsh, hence we have weakness, debility and decay.
It is tbe wonderful power 3.B.B. has
in purifying- impure blood, making thin,
watery blood rich and red, that is at tbe
bottom of its marvellous success in curing
disease. ',
Those who are pale, thin, weak,
troubled with blotches, pimples or eruptions of any kind should take B.B.B.
Il mikes the pale check rosy, thc skin
clear and smooth, and infuses new energy
into weak, worn, run down, shattered
constitutions. , v
"I beg to srate I have u<-.cd
Burdock Blood Bitters for impure blood, pimples on the face,
&c and derived grrcat benefit from it.
My shin is now very clear and free from
all eruptions. I only used four bottles of
tb." ii. ii.B. ami can strongly recommend
il to any person mifTering- from impurities
in tbe blood or or.lptions of the skin."^
Mrs. C. K. Hki.moki:,
Speiico'i, Bridge, B.C.
 Made With   JMAIMTOJJA    WN&KK1)   Oil..
For Inside and Outside House Painting, Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Rooto.
ItKMEMJJKIi   Tlio   Quality   of   the   Oil   is    the   J.iio   nt  the   Paint.
Sample cards Rhowintr'sixty Artistic Sbades of PAINTS, STAINS sunl EXAMELS. to-be
had from •'UlJ-TO-jDATJJ" Hardware dealers between the Great Lakes and Pacific Ocean.
CUT     THIS     OZFFIBie,     OUT.
Give symptoms and dnration'of defect.   Jlow is s-encral heiilth; i»
distant vision koo<1 in each eye r   At what time ol life «-f re you first
aflVcteri?   Our advertising  pries  defy  competition.     Gold, i3 52}
'Gold PJ:ifed.*2.5i>: Niekle, $1.52.   Those pi-icOH cca'ct evervtbJng; all
poods guaranteed aH ad vert teed,    til-ato lurid and Ktvle of  frame—
irtraipht temple or around car or on nofio.   On receiving vour order,
enc.lci«iTi£ 52e, wo will sr-nd you yeur glasses wifely packed, post paid, you remit balance in ono
■vveeV if satisfactory,   ti p«r runt «dr clttljs ot tluco or more.
Every ,
•"I have taken B.B.B. every
spring now, for some years, to
pji-ify my blood and keep my
system in ijoocl ortlca, and can honestly
say that I do not 'know of its equal
anywhere."     Mrs. Aoi::i: Barnes,
Luncnburcr, N'.S.
8paco has a temperature of 200 degrees
below zero.
Many scientists now believe that tho atmosphere is not loss than 100 miles deep
Republic Mining Gamp"
I iijvito the int<Mtdinpr pur^Iiarfur ti>.ivrit<> for
a   c«*j>y   of  my  recent ,piil>]if»tioii,  toililled _
This is ;i   lilllc oKorl of   mine: dealing with <>•;« ot   Uio  rle.I;esfc  gold-producing
HreaK in ih<; world,   I am ex-eptUmiilly well  irifor»neri :ifi fo progrt^s ol' cvimls at Re-j
polr^ie. and I can pnxlsuiy etiaairer and adviM- :i:>y inteiicScng pnr<:Iia<.er.   At present I
ca.ii i-«coi>imaiii! I.one l'iiic, Untie am!  Ho-fon, J'riueeKM Alstiul, Keliiilvej' and Jumbo.
K.CAKTl.V VAKKJJU, .Miniiigr   iiroker,   1 2 ,Ailcl:ui\f. .-,t. Ii., Toronto.
rain of fine sanii would cover about
- ,There."never was, aud never   will  be,  «
- universal panaeea, in one remedy,  for nil
ills to which flesh i-* heir—the very nature
ot many.-curatives heing Knob   that  wero
the'germs'of other and differently  seated
»' diseases rooted in tho system   of   tlio   pn-
' tient— what would relieve ono ill in turn
■ ■would^-agpjravuto   the  other.     We  have,
^however, in Quinine Wine, when  obtoin-
nbl6'in-;a pound,   unndulteiated   Et;ne,   a,
reinedy-^for many and grievous ills. By its
.'gradual and judicious uso thcfrailcst'sys-
_   " teinu^/aro"  led   into    convalescence    nnd
"~ \fitrbngfcb'»l)v the influence which   Quinine
Ar',' ."oxerts-on'Kat.ure's   own   restoratives.    It
'.'Relieves thc droopiny spirit-! ot tho-^j with
» whom o'chronic state of morbid despond-
:', enoy and luck of interest iu lifo   is a   dis-
on(; ^'.ease^'a'ud', by   tranquilizlns   the   nerves,
t    ;'','rUsposes to miinil and   refreshing   sleep—
j-liuparts viper to tho actluii or tbe   blood,
lm\--(which; being stiinulated, courses through- , ,     „, . r„ .,
■'1,rK,out'tbo veins, strongihenlng tho   healthy can t wo?—Clncngo Jribuue.
idc animal functions of "tho  syatoin,   tlunviiy "
AVluit She \cclcd.
.'Tlie man I marry," she said, "must
hn\c no bad habits lie must be band-
sorie. manly..loving, generous, liberal,
thoughtful"—  ,
"Miss Frieze. V ho interrupted coldly,
"yon should many a dfeparlment store. "
—Philadelphia Xorth American.
Prtictieul Kc'iiu'dy.
.Inptm Tynie—Tlio Filipinos will never become sliining examples of American citizenship    They lack polish
lliirdloigh Uptodnle—Well, we can
6cnd   them some more Hies of  eoldiers.
Tor Trouble.
My   beadl"   groaned
■'Oh, my beadl
"If anything ails your bead," suggested
Brooks "why not treat it homeopathic-
"How's that?"
''Have it shingled."
Id occurred to Kivers later on that
Brooks meant to intimate bo bad a wooden head, but by that time Brooks was out
of reach.—Chicairo Tribune.
100 of the minute'scales of tbe human
skin Each scale covers from 300 to 500
pores    ' Z
The heart of a vegetarian beats on an
average 58 to the minute; that of the meat
eater 72 This "represents a difference of
00,000 beats m lM hours
Tho tensile strength of a wet rope is
only one-third the strength of tho rope
when dry, while a ' rope saturattrt ■ with
•grease or so»p is weaker'6CiiL
CO. are the proprietors of DR. THOMAS'
ECIjECTIIIO OIL, which is now being
sold in immense quantities throughout;
the Dominion. • Jt" is welcomed by th'e
suffering invalid everywhere with, emotions of delight, because ifc banishes pain
aud gives instant relief. This valuable
ppeciiic for almost; ''every ill that flesh is
heir to." is valued by the sufferer as
more precious than gold. Ifc is tbe eliiir
of life to many a wasted frame! To tbe
farmer it is indispensable and should be
in every house.
<iaJs!ililllfc:NIO NTREAL
, Iteimlce.
A chill, dark, autumnal morning. A
breakfast table with au overcrowded tribe
of clamorous children. A worried mother
and an irritable father muttering something about "no decent elbow room." A
small child uplifts solemn eyes from hia
plate and says, "Lladn'c ono of es bettoi
One   Room   to   I,rt. ,
The Boarding House Proprietor—1
notice the boarders have all cleaned
their plates pietiy well.    ,
Ono .of   Them—Goodness  gracions
They needed   cleaning   bad   enougn.—
Vonkors Statesman
RESUSCITATES worn out, Lands, IMPROVES Good Lands
and' makes .the, Best Lands BETTER. IMPROVES the
QUALITY of the'Crop and Increases the QUANTITY.'
Can't Get Away
The winners of the seeing machines in
tl-« J'oynl Crown .Soap Go's, competition
for the week ending April Soh aro as follows : Winnipeg, Mi.-,., JL Lyons. Fort
Rouge; Manitoba, Mrt.lv Morgitn. Portage
la Prairie; j^nrth West Territories. Mrs.
R. Pearce, Edmonton. The Royal Crown
^oap Co. will coininnf this competition,
giving away three machines each ilondny
until further notice
And you Ofin't  flel. Aw;iy  from
the PACT that
Minard's Liniment Cures UntnlrnfT.
Cronp Proinptlj-   Itelici crt.
Mrs. J   Simins, Mt. Pleasant,  Vancouver, li. C, write*: "Ono of our   children
inlI has been .subject to croup almost siiue its
t<v>.'making    activity    a    iiece?=arv     lesiilt,
al-'   Strengthening the frame, and giving   life
~ ifcqjfcbe,'digestive org.m.s.   which   naturally
jO ' demand increased .snbstttnce—lesnlr,   __._'
ir-';'l?w*dfap,peti,'l-'1N"01"chro'?f,n<1 l/w.»»nn. »f hirth.    We iliid rtnllith's  Menthol   Lini-
t  I i^i^',llV'°-KiVw- V>   lbl\   ]>nhU°,   Ul0ir< meat nlvvavs to give   ]»ron,pt   relief,   and
i   f -2«5^ °   Ciuinino «ino nt the u^unl   rare,  W(,uM „0l'1,c withota it In our home. As
i   .i tmd, guiged by the opinion of  scientists
',   ^'iblHwino   approaches   uearc-t   uerfeotlon
rl     of any in tlio market.     Ail druggists sell
JHlnnrd\« Liniinent Cure* Kurns, etc.
Wanti'd   It  IlaoU.
a liniment; wo do not   think
equal.    All druggists. 25cik.
it   has   miy
.   In  Win y.iGut.
"An when f'r.: '"> " said tbo o-ycar-old,
pursuinga (our of jiiti.trJ '"vestigation
untiivly upon hi.s own hook, Mar;orio.
she'll be lJ or 10, an Paul, he'll bo 4, an
when Mariorie's grown up Paul will bo
inos' ?, an I—well, I guess I'll bo in heaven. '
PnC here.his mother, who is of a practical turn of mind, interrupted "Heaven,
niy dear boy," sbo said, "you can reach ac
any time      It, lies within yourself."
"Docs itr" replied tbo 5-year-old, who
also is practical. "All right. Then all
I've got to do is to turn my^cll inside
j? roc and easy exDeclaratlon immediately relieves and"frees tho throat and lungs
from viscid phlegm, and a medicine that
promotes this is r.ho best iuedicmo to use
for coughs,' colds, inllammation of tbe
lungs aiid all alTeotions of tho throat and
chos-'r.. This Is precisely,,what Dickie's
Anti-Consumptive Syrup is a specific for,
and wherever used it has Riven unbounded satisfaction. Children like it because
it, is pleasant, adults liko it because it relieves aud cures tho disease.
Tea, Iixlocd.
*ui(l   the   mendicant.
"Fi tend,
have seen belter days '
"Great Scott'  So have we all of us'
cried the  approached     This weather is
very    unusual '" — Philadelphia    North
We keep a large stock ahvuvs on hand of TYPE,
PRINTERS' MATERIAL and PRINTERS' MACHINERY; can lit out Daily or Weekly Papers
or Job Outfits on few hours' notice. "We also
LToronto Tvpc Foundry Co.. Limited.
IT.T   Owen Sf.. "\Viin!l|»ep.
Tn touch, tone and ftn-
i!"]i thoy have no equal.
CoiTPsp.-jiuli'iilH wanted in every tovu to not
as agcnt-i.
KKIJ) JJK.O.S., 257 King: St., West,.
General Insurance Agent
I* r ,o c
"Say wbere's dat nickel I gib yer
^v'eri I wuz callinon yei sister!"—Dew
York Journal.
The tine  lie  t.iivtu.
The one ilia; h" lti\"s is not pietty—
lie even iiiSmil.■- U  lum.'-cir
lie says t tin [ he hues r.ot lor beauty
Nor social position  nor wealth.
Ills love is Immeasurable, boundless;
lie loves with an .iro'cn' shu-cio:
lie loves not th^ wit oi' a woman—
Ilia love he holds sacred and dear.
But one day 1 frnnd out his secret
(lie unihlnkbiKly tol.i me, the elf I).
1 knov; now why he loves so truly.
For the one that l.i.- Iom-s N himself.
— Detroit  l'''ree I'roaa
cFohing Sleep
and Kerve Piils
I"at;o lo tie llrokrn,
"But. Mus <»u.'tt.     be   protested, "yon
promised mo af  the first of  tbo  year that
you would marry me
'■lint  you dear, Mllyhoy," sho answered, '"that was a New Year's i-e.soiuttou.'
—Pblladolpbia North American.
Miss Margaret Lrown, 027 Colbomo
Gt.. London, Out., «.ij-s :—"My mothor
lias beon aiMicted with nervousnoss and
general debility for a loug titno. She
suffered a gteat deal wilh iuboiimist, and
found il almost, impossible to sleep.
"I went lo W. T. Strong's drugstore
and got a box of Milburn's llctirt and
Kervo Pills, which she took, and derived
so much benefit from them that I bought
another box for her. Thoy have done her
a wonderful lot, of good, making her
nervous system much .stronger, giving her
restful sleep, and removing many oilier
symptoms which previously distressed
" I cm truly say that those pills aro a
great remedy for any ono suffering from
weak nerves, general dobility, sleeplessness or heart, trouble."
Milburn's Heart, nnd Norvo Pills aro
50c. a box.or il fqr $1.25, uLidl druggists.
r« TTljnfc Ton OVC UT to u-e Rt'CAUSE of
"     CHEAPNESS'. ,
15   CENTS   PER   LB.
C«rri:i{£i'f.   W:u*oii.k.  Jlnrrows,  W iiulmills, ;
Sic.    COCICSmiXT  PLOW CO., Winnipeg. ;
It is the coffee that
never fails to <rive ab-
solute satisfaction.
The seal which it
bears is a guarantee
that its purity and
strength have not been
tampered with, and that
it surely is
Ciiase «Sc SanborrTs
SeaS Brand Coffee
FlltE Companies  Jlciiresented:
Quebec Fire Assurance- Co.
Royal Insurance Co.
Sun Insurance Office •
Union Assurance Society
S3y"AU classes of Insurance transacted, and
losses promptly aud satisfactorily settled.
Cuij you mfford to bo Avithont a Knfa
«lieu you can fjet one  froio
ISJ5.00  up.
A l.SO
53 TO 5'J ADIXAIDK !=T. \V., T0110XTO.
■•■■',"■•'.' . .. ■ of , ' : " -:-
,    Bv- instrucllon.s from 'Mr. Wm. JJendrie. Val
ley Farm, Hamilton, Out., (the home of the Fu
rarity winner Marthnas) we will sell by Public
Auction at Grand's Ilepository, Toronto, on
A Valuable Consignment of
Thoroughbred Stallions,
Brood Mares, Saddle Horses,
Hunters and'SteepIecSicSirs.-
This is an unusual opportunity for farmers t<
improve their hroetlins; Ktock, as some of th«
hest blood ever imported is included in th:.-
irreat »a!6.
Cat-aloynos cont.ibiim.: pcdijrrncs and full particulars .will  bo mailed to any address it r;
Auctioneer and l^voprietor,
Grand's Repository.  Torontt
Auction sales of HorsRs.  Carriag-ea Harness
ICtc., every -Tuesday and Friday.
I*riviit» sales every da v.
WATT     <Sc     AL3EST,
General Ai^entrf,
I'. O.   tin]  BSO.    M'innt|><-K. Sinn.
Jusr.rtK'tion in NliortliiMid, Hook-kcep-
In;;, Aritliinct i<:. Writiujc, Uu-iiuoss Cor-
rcsipoii<I«M»oo, , I'l-autii'iil (irai.nniir, Com-
uici'eiiil Law, ,I0tc, .given at liimio. If yon
cannot iilTurii tho time -or 'tnonpy to uiieml a
regular C'oIIoko to'.iirejmrc fur th^ dutii-M of life,
wny nasle yom- evening when thoiou^h jn-
struetioh can bo jjiv'en you by mail. Full particulars on api>lii;alio.n.
Address O. W. DOvVAI.h, Sec'y. tViuul-
pet; School of ■CiirrospofMleiico. Allilialed
wi»-li., "Wiiminctf-it"Hliies« Collegi1, ^Viuul-
l>ep, i\fau.
I'j-o\ iiico of
Importers of Groceries
Write US. Hamilton, Out.
Circle Ten.s
J.. i>.« JI. CoiTces
3.. S. & Ii. Kxtnioti*
X.. S. & ii. Sj»io<;s
W.   N     V.   S1G
In every i>lu(ii<.<l>iilitV  in   the
Write for List, to
! Ilaiiii ol" Itimiillon   liuililinj;
liox 1265 «'t>MI'l.(i, MA>"
Wholesome,   Jfealthful, Api>oti/.ing
For Sale Everyv:iiere.
c. v
i:oi"rou.t co.
JUB5LEE mm mumm mm*
< Plain and Tarred.
It costsalibtlninoretlion ^-^iATZj&b^
eomo others, but. tui it is   ,„_,.......■<^.-r..^^.»,.
tho tougliefit and warm- U'tf-e\$-AyAA^wvs.
est, it is tho elionpoak it Kgj^S'^plii:!^^
Jb tho best in  tho  world, p^*^^'"1
Compare'it with others t*te*x*a
beforo bnying. (^
Writo for froo Bamploe.
11 S  ���pcsaai  gEag3=rSZr!X��JJ��L��M\.�� 5SJ-- r^'-l'J'.'.iAI JI 4t.iUL3t.li!B��i:<t'12.l "Xi\ 1SST.  W^.f4��..~  K3VE  Capita' , ?'.  res '   ','  Otfi  ou   co'  the se-  year $  more :  respon  year: '  co n sol  057.0(.  1 for thr  3S1 iu  total '���  period  uno Ic  and   f'  The o  inouti'  ;lo'2.0l  iod of  was c.l  solida  llgllill:  The ' '  t.lioso  fOl'lllf.   ,  81.451  shows  moutl  two-c". .  been ;  the se  Tin,  accoti  prove  adviic  .���J.-), Go  seven  was  . ''.  Eiigh  '-  $483,   -  Loi  letter  openi  has t  respo"  office  y.afcte  prom  diall:  but 1:  olear:  'largo  Lo  to tin  aud f,  Kti'm'.  Tii  iieun  a cap '  M. P  ��� cites  Wos^  ' share-  have,  whic  ieiit ;  noxic  from  no jo  00111 L  A tne',  meet',  fiulije;  bouu  -there  the   '  boun ���  and  basse  clusi  the  joint  of d<  takei  ive.  ro w  read  '���{.ii 'i'  r-  Ni  Ushi  shot  -,.'  aud  s  horn  was  as a'  the  llnel  full-'  ���-  was l  to tl  The  heat;  hint1  audi  zJ*-.  iirre  ���  gH id  pist'  oast  ���  betti  ��� V,  onlv  stea  the  frot  Fee  crre:  the  the  lire*  m a  in 1  .  in t  OU 1  catt  ke!  are;  leai  '���;'  rei!  T  r  . on  of  cbu  ire  \e<  As  tl  . ���; e ���  ���   r.  Par  ]  live  .���pi.  V  THE MOYIE LEADER  Tszrr. -ttzzzzasast  gJg3^raa.V.~AJJ��l^CJJJX L.JS Hi Jl.^^;VSJt^iUJAJg��BiTO;33igl��SH^^  i ����i r^nrmtv-ra^-^l?Tap.��griKliiet!fSXnStn�� 'W WWW WBjW���i���B���  Published in tlie mtoresl of the people  of Movie and East Kootenav.  S31VXII & -"UJJSGKAVE,-  JF. J. SMYTH,   .   -  Publishers.  Editor.  rates of sunscairTiox.  One Ycnr....  .."...?2.00.  All coimniiuicfltlons to the editor must be  accomnamed by tho writer's name and address,  not neeei--sari]y for publication; but as evidence  of good faith. Advertising rates made knowrs-  upou application.  SATUKDAY, MAY 20, 1899.  .Among the, eastern Canadian newspapers lo take up Movie's fight as  against the C. P. R. is Uio Ottawa  Evening Journal, Ottawa Daily Free  Press, Toronto (.{lobe, Montreal Daily  Star, WellumJ Tribune and Manitoba  Free Press. Space in each from a  fourth of a column lo a column and a  half has been devoted to tlie' injustice  oa the part of the 0. P. Jt.' in dealing  with Moyie, all, taking special pains  to severely censure the 'railway company's action.  ALL !S'BEAUTIFUL.  Oil, Goil! Low Ircsu'IfnUs earth, '*���  In suiil-jaia or in sh-.de; ,  , Enr forcsrs with their waving arch;  Her fiovxT.s tiat getu the glade;  ��� Hrt hillocks white -with fleecy flocks;  Her fleldn with prain that glow;  Her sparkling utrewnlets, dc,op aud broad  That through tha valleys ilow;  Her crested waves that clasp tho shore,    .  And lift their antheme loud;  5er mountains, with tbeir solemn brows.  That woo the yielding cloud.   ���  Oh, Ood I how, beautiful Is lite  Thut Thou dost lend us here;   ���,  So cheered with hopes that line the oloud,  And joys that gem tho teur;  With cradle hymns of mothor.3 youae,  _And tread of youthful feet,  "'x'hat scarce in their elastic bound ;  Bow down tho grass flowors sweet.  With brightness round the pilgrim's fitafl  ,   Who at the sotting sun  Deliold3 tho golden pato thrown widoj  And all his work well done.  But if this earth, which changes mar,  This life, to death that loads,  Are made 90 beautiful by Him,  Prom whom all good procoeds,   ,  How glorious must that region ba  Whore all tho pure and blest.i    ,  From every foar and sorrow free,   ../ , ,-,  Attain unbroken rerft. ,'    *'  ���Mrs. L. JI Sii/ournoy, in N. Y.'Ledger.  THE T$G   CAPTAINS.  The" Silverton ftilverlonian .justly  criticises ,the map of the sou thorn portion of East and .West Kootenay, accompanying the report of the' minister of mine's:   "Oti'ifc," it says, "Kus-,  , k'onpok,,Davie, Balfcmi', 'Wardnqr and  Argenta, places principally name, are  printed in a larger type than that  used fot; Fort Steele, llosslitnd or  Nelson, Silverton which in the last  year shipped more ore than all .other  lake points   combined,  can   be found  ' with -a good microscope. Moyie,  which sends out more ore than any  other, Crow' Nest Pass tpwu. is not  mentioned, but tbo C. P. Jt. town of  Moyelle is seen, although incorrectly  spelled, being calletl Mayiell."  If this map had   been   compiled   by  i i "  the Canadian Pacific Itailway company one oouId not wonder at such  deviations from the facts, but coming  direct fro ni the govern men tj and purporting to b.c an authentic lepresenta-'  "To the. king'^  "To my kingS  The ToastSj fclTo'igbiBlightty different,  were utteredslmultiuaeouBlyandasma]I  glass of rare old pbrt cjvas emptied in  honor of ea-cli.     'riie.vscene \vas   -flic  broad  veranda" of   a  South   Carolina  plantation, not fifteen.miles from the  famous eity of   Charleston; the . time  was the early autumn of 17S1;, while,  the characters were a youDg- captain of  his  majesty's artillery,   a . portion of  whicli was guarding- the city of Charleston, and a young- woman in iierhaps her  twenty-second year.   A famous beauty  was this Miss Phoebe Poindexter, and a  most captivating picture she made^ in  the eyes of the captain of artillery, as  she  sat  thrumming: tl^e keys of   her  harpsichord, after replacing the empty  wine g-lat-'s on. the table near her.   The  latter was a handsome young- man, apparently thirty years of age, with'a  perfect air of good breeding- and evidently of some graces, for'he had just j  finished a solo on tha flute to the ac- |  ' companiment of the yotmg'lady. ��� j  "The fact is, Miss Phoebe, I hardly j  know what I - should do - with myself,  were it not for the possibility of riding  out here to spend9 an occasional afternoon with you���or should I say, both  in  gallantry  and truth, .every' after-  , ,, ...,., noon with .you?   The town is simplv  turn of the   country,  it   is  ridiculous,   too dull for a soldier, now ,that Lord  Coming, as it does, from the depart  ment of mines, one would naturally,  imagine that the towns having the  mines and shipping the ore would1 ,bc  (he ones given tbe greatest prominence.' However,,, in the map in  question we find it just the re-  Verse. Moyie is printed in such fine  type as to be hardly perceptible to tbe  naked,, eye,    while     Moyelle    (spelled ( dced there was no necessity for our pur-  Mayiidl) according to tbe map, is situ- j ^   Gr(;mc ^starvingup there in the  ,  .   \       ',,     , ,,     - ,     '      ..    ,    mountains of ]North Carolina and will  ated north of Movie   on   the   Canleul   surrender at discretion in the course of  Cornwallis has taken the major part of  our army with him in his chase after  the rebel Greene.3'  "And what do you think;, captain, are  his chances of capturing Gen. Greene?"  "Oh. the^. chances are perfect, my  dear lady. Why, the rebels were absolutely routed, according- to our dispatches, at the battle of Guilford Court I not hiive lieen ffone a very long time;  House, and so badly demoralized that j ancl if 5*ou delay me he may yet get  they ran from the field like sheep.   In- I withhi the gates of Charleston."  '. outlaws indeed, TIa! I will be an agree-  jable jirize for 'tpt- Pickens. An in-  'tcresting meeting" betP��:en two rivals  l it will be, indeed! I must be saved,  madam, or your own loyalty will be put  in question."'  "And, pray, what can I do?" asked  the girl drawing herself uji to ligr full  height and, looking at the English officer with scornful and indignant eyes.  - "You can tell them that there is no  one concealed in your house. He will  never dare to doubt your word."  "You would have me tell a lie to save  you���me, the woman you pretended to  love and wish to make your wife?"  -" "It ia a case of necessity���quick, they  arc approaching on both sides. Tbey  have been informed.   It is a trick!"  "Where will you hide?" asked the  girl, with an insulting emphasis on the  word "hide." '   ������=  '  "You will  tejl them, that no one is  concealed in the house?"  "I shall tell them nothing but the absolute truth���be quick."  , "Then there is but one place where  I will be safe," answered the captain,"  "and there only if he be a gentleman."  Saying whicli, the captain darted up  the stairs and entered Miss Poindex-  ter's own chamber.  JEc had no more than closed the door |  when a lithe, athletic young officer in  the partisan cavalry leaped over the  railing of tho veranda, and stood, em-  barrasseil and hat in hand, Jbowing before the'-young mistress of thc mansion.  .   "Phoebe!" exclaimed the young soldier. ' '  "'Would it not- be better 'to address  'me as your .prisoner?" answered Miss  Toindcxter. "Jf I am not mistaken, you  have surrounded my home with armed  %oIdiers and.have come yourself on no  gentle errand."        ���        '    '  "Prisoner Phoebe?" answered the patriot captain.    "I would nev,,er wish to  holdpyou prisoner, save in the bonds of  love.   My presence here needs an explanation and 1 will make it." I have received information that an English officer , is visiting you this'afternoon.   It  is a matter of duty.   I have been ordered/fur in advance of the returning  troops of Marion and Sumter for the express purpose pf catching some of the  officers at the garrison at Charleston'  off their guard; and I expect to appear  at the very gates of that citi' before I  am done and let them know that, far  from being defeated, as1 they suppose,  Gen. Greene's army has drh-en theirreri  coats from the Carolinasand is chasing  Cornwallis himself to the sea."  .. "What   a   romance!" .'laughed   the  young Jady.  "I1 wish I had time for romance," said  the officer; "there could be no more delightful opportunity. Only when this  war, is over will 1 be able to ask you tO  reward a love that has been faithful  to you ever since we were children-  But to duty. Arc you harboring an  English   officer ' here ?"  "Why, of course I am/' she answered,  laughingly. <.  "This  is  no time for joking," said  the captain.   "If he is not here, he can- i  ,     -< 1v.i5,.vo she'd niako.i  rm West if 1^|J/^nieprov.dof.'  .vifc that any m��"' co*a  1_AT.Y. Truth-  Assessment Work Contracts Taken.  Piirties wishing to have assessment  work done on claims in Hie vicinity of  Moyie, will do well to consult or write  the undersigned for terms. Work  left in my care will be promptly at-  ended to, and sa tisfaction wil be  guaranteed.   ��� S. A. SCOTT.  SAW AND PLANING MILL..  All Kinds of Rough and  Dressed Lumber, Sash,  Doors and Shingles, - .  m,or IIS,   b. c  FOR  ?niCES  APPLY  OK  WHITE'  GK R. MUIK.pigT.  HOTEL FOIt SALE.  . The Lake Shore Hotel in Moyio is  for sale. The 'building is 2Cx52 in  size; has 10"bedrooms, .bar room, office, dining room and kitchen ; furnished throughout hnd in a good location. For further particulars apply to  CliAVTOX, M-ANUKl, it Co.,  OrJtO JsTKLfcON ;  J. M. Lindsay," Movie.  *?  Is the Only Cure  Specially   Prepared  , FOR  Try KOOTENAY  a Coughs and  Bottle .Colds ...   .  Sen! .hy'itlail Go'ccnts.  '    ll-i'E. BEATJZTg,-  DriurKlst, CUANKKOok,  ��. C.  n  w  r\  \J  BREWERY.  -o-  -IRSWKKS  OK-  IX       KEGS  AND'  ISOTTXES.  PINE LAGER   BEEK  AND PORTER . . .  Orders Promptly attended to.  R.'Ricestrer and Co., Props.'  NELSON, B. C  FOB FINE  fi1   '  ADPRESS  -    ,. <������     M  NELSON.  .  ���i^'C"X-:-6$$:$:$$:eS$$;S$H<�����-:?��-6C";��^:fc  <��>  /ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  I Oi.  ft  ft  FAMOUS-     ,    -  $ MINERAL WATER  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  \ft  \ft  i ft  i ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft-  ft  ,     DIPLOMA .\X1) MEDAL  AT      WOKLD'a     FAIR,  '     9  THORPE   &   CO,  Victoria,  F.icToarn.N  Vancouver,  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��� ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  Fort Steele Mercantile  ���COMPANY, (limited.)    ,   j  Wo carry complete iitit's of  Dry G-oods,  Groceries,  Hardware.  WINES,   LIQUOJRS   AKD.'CIGAlJc?  '  MOYIE,     EAST KOOTENAY, B. C  Tbo above hotel has been recently erected, and neatly furnished'- throughout.  i '  Cosy   and Comfortable   Rooms  The bar is supplied   with   the  ,   best   brandh   of liquors    and  cigars.  Headquarters for. Mining Men.  Nelson.  ft  place, and set in type of sufficient size  to do Montreal or Chicago juslicc.  Surely the C. P. P. did not have a  hand in this work.  The following, . taken from the  Montreal Daily Star, shows the interest which is being devoted to the  case of Moyie in the Dominion House  Of Parliament, and also the untiring  efforts of both Mr. Blair, the minister  of railways, and Mr. Bostock, the  member from this district:  In the Hail way committee of the  House of Commons Hon. A. G.  Blair madoiin important, announcement oi policy. Wlien ihe bill cui-  cernim; the British Columbia Southern railway company's bill was taken  up. a dispiil  week or two.   His defeat and reduced  "It seems to me that you are a trifle  difficult to-day," she replied. "Do you  not  believe  me1?"  "Of course," he sttid, biting his lips j  nervously. , "I shall have to search, the i  circumstances will be the excuse, but I house," he continued.  the real reason will be British gold. You '  remember, of course, our success .with '  their Gen, Arnold: Well," after a man's  ambition ha3 been killed, he will not  fight in aiiy cause with neither food  nor pay. ADd that is the dire extremity to which Greene has been forced by  the glorious success of his majesty's  arms, My Lord Cornwallis has turned '  north and in a month will have defeated !  *'0, we are quite usfed to ifc,';' she answered.  He ordered up his rnen and began a  systematic search of the mansion and  surrounding building's; He himself,  however, stood immovably in front of  the door that he knew opened into her  private apartments, and permitted no  one to ent-er. The search was therefore  useless.  "Well," said she; teasiiig-ly, "why do  and captured that littleboy of a French- ���  man, La Fayette     With their armies    you not enter m7o"wn room?"  of the south ana pi the center defeated,  he will move iifjet spring upon the only  remaining artiiiid of  the  rebels  -t-i-iof , _,    , ��  .  e,        .���-o ���_   JU.���  ���t,i^ib, xnat i Rwp.wri *>���>�� nnnin.v.    "You havebeeii  If he.is an officer he should be a gentleman, and could not be there," an-  Arc show!uk a most complete htock of Diess Uobd.s,  Jieiuly to Wear .Shins,  Tailor Mtule Costumes; Corsets in blue, pinlcj black  and white; Shoulder Capes  in chlft'rou and velvet; also  fancy slippers Ior ladle.6  . While In Men's wear we  excell in Hats. Shoes,  futiey sjiirts aud 'lies, aud  N'oDhy Suits.  While In Ci-anljrook call and luspect our stock.  HILL & CO.,  Mcliiues Block.,    ���  Ci-milmiok,  J'ltrl Stc��:lo  ���   r  Wiirilncb  When  ix   urax��kook  Call , at 'j-jij  PIONEER  t  "��l  ':}  ���:t  i  Zt  %  A.  &  ���  k  ��� k  >X  J.  �����������  4  ��� i  -i  ���Oh  ���f  y;  y  f.'-.  ���kV;I  fc  ASSAYlBJMc  under the miscreant Washington It I ?�����** the captain: xou nave oeen  will be a short campaign? a battle a J^f "^ f100^. f order to give him  rout, a pursuit and the* peaS-akd ! ^^ X d�� n��l blame 5"ou' Hc was  with  peace  will come   its   delightful  a gxtest, aud you have but observed the  laws of hospitality, even though he is  an enemy to our country. Farewell���  remember always I shall.como to you  v.-hen this war is finished."  ���  "Why   not  come  before���to-night?  | handmaiden  love.     And  then ��� then,  , Mistress Poindexter, I shall have the  ] honor of claiming j-ou for a bride, ot  up. a dispute aro-e as to the placing of ; selling out my commission and living  a   station   on   the   Crow's   Neat   I'ass : thc  cll,i6t life of an English country .   V/.���      .,,  lino at Moyelle   in.ead   of   ,   Moyie, j *~�� *>" T ^t the rest of my | ^llL SanTS, ^m^ SS  winch    Mr.   Bostock   churned   w;���    a j     ���A charminig arra : mother, who fa in town to-day, ,hoP-  tlinvinjr town   ::i'le'r,.ck(;d   bv   the   C. ! for yourself, mv d<-ar ran   W��bh>   S ��� l)inS-w'" ^ back by tea time, and you  V  li i T mu^r ��=n,. \t 7:" J \ P , ! caD 1el1 us a" the news."  J ��� h- , J �����" say it appear:-, to me as though        ������    -, Ti1I ,,.     . ,     ������  Mr.     Blair     defended     the     ri-M '��� G5n' Comwallia' movement   into  Vir- '     ..:^ may I tell you something else?"  ' g'inia is more J ike ;i retreat than the ad-  i vancc of a victorious and conquering  , army.    And as for Gen. Greene, they  j say that he is not only harassing Gen.  ! Cornwallis at ovcry step of his north-  CKANBKOOK.  ��� ���in !��� iii n'rfii.VirTi   BOX US.  I'liONi: S.  �����  And   see the largest stock  in  >    East' Kootenay.      We   have  everything   you'   require    in'  shelf  and builder's hardware,  paints; oils, glass, stoves  and  "   tinware.    Tinshop in connec-  ���  tion.  G. H. MINEE, Prop.,,, CranbrooIc.  2!5LSON,  B. G  ��'���  ��-  ���>*  GMOd!ilIl��]C]SI]So  That is what tve sell,  thing in   tli.-it   line;  fancy.     Oui*   stock   ;  kelson ;   oiir   firieerl  erobds (ho bi-st.    Snl.  ^^.^^  We carry every-  i'Oth   staple   and I  s   the   largest   in i  ��� I  the   lowest!   our!  t  .'.'"   atlelillon   (of  jjiiur     iieietuieo     tlie .   ri.eb.t  Of parliiimcn! in  ihe case of the   great  railways to attach any condition   they  saw lit to a bill affecting thit   railway.  There was a feeling that   tho   C. P. Ii.  had not always  been just in   the   matter of the location of stations.    There  was    considerable   dissatisfu-ction     in  this matter especially  in   the,  wertem  country,    it was his   duty   to   protect  the   people.    They    had    the    power  under tho act   to   say   where   slations  should be   located.    l-re   had   not  yet  sanctioned tbe .-.Union at   Moyelle.    J)  what   w(lg   slated    was   true..     there  should be, and there   must   be,', a   station at Moyie.    In order   to   be belter  able to deal with this   matter   lie'.had  it in contemplation to ask   parliament  this session to pass an amendment   to  the act. giving the railway . committee  of the privy council power to hear   applications and evidence   as   to  where  stations should be put   and    to   make  .brders.    In view of.this he-asked   that  there be no further discussion at  pres-  ward ijio\euient, but has detached his ;  cavalry and a portion of his riflemen in i  reconquer the Carolina* and Georgia." '  "On what utter nonsense do these ',  misguided colonists feed their despairing hopes!" answered the captain.,  "Why, it would be no more ridiculous I  for you to assure me that a detachment. ''  of Marion's outlaws were here, sur- i  rounding this very house, and that I ;  was in danger of becoming a prisoner !  to them, as to���what was that?''    The '  'Yes���without even waiting for the  war to eiid. And I will tell you something, too." The young patriot turned  about for a moment���and for a kiss.  Then springing into the saddle he ahout-  ed thc command: "To horse, the road  to Charleston���gallop 1" and was off.  As soon as be and his men were well  out of sight, the English artillery captain made his appearance. "I suppose,"  he said, "that I am under obligations to  you���and yet I thought your truthfulness would have been the ruinr-tlon  of me,"  "And could you have admired or loved  a woman who had deliberately lied ?"  'Well, that is rather an odd question  mail order!.;    Write li.'  Tl-y Tii roe Star -Flour;  M..DesBrisay & Co.,  A main r.r.N 13 lock  NKLSON, JJ. C.  captain jumped hurriedly from his seat   K yOU had tolci an U]ltr^ltlL ifc would  and,- grasping the railing of thc veran- e been in A noble canse-   An is f a^  da in front of him for support; looked i'in��^V6 and War* ydU k^ow'*'" '  anxiously up and down-the road that!       -Evei1  hiding  m a woman's apart-'  ran m front of the old plantation. I ment.?'  "It seemed to me like the winding  of a Iforn," said the lady, calmly. -  "Aiid, by my faith, I heard the galloping of horses and a short command,"  continued the ���captain,.excitedly,'  "Inside, insid'-S' capth'in. as' vovfialiin  your lib��� ^������y-^'~ -!-v.'.^MP  moimte  bushes  form well."  "And the wearer ?"  "Yes, th- v.-r-arer."  "Oh, yes���when necessity compels it."  ,- "Well, Capt, Wpbb,:', said Miss Poin-  desf^r. slowly, ?.will you iii ydurium.  do. me a favor?"-  "Wiih the greatest- pleasures,' .1 am  sine,"-answered ihe gailani.capiaiii,'  . /TOPypti plpasQ.wi^ni ydnr.liprflo  anc(:.#ei.. ^miM^M^Jm,, c<m  Iines?'.,Baid MiSk .^oiafe&f* "ar,^ omy  there,75,  .;....  ^.,',, ,.,,,.���  "ByJove;" saicUhe capUun-ioJaiiias^if-;  as he turned away with flushed cheeks,  "I never intended to marry, her. but  *��E   SHORE  Barber Shop;  Ne-<t door (o the Movu: Lkajjku o/Oce  W. A, HAJlIl/l-OK, ITop.  MERCJJAiNT TAILOR,  ORANBROOK.  Repairing Neatly and I'romptly Ex-\  edited. Special Attention (liven'  to Mail Orders.  Suits  Blade  to   Order.  If You  ^'ant Anything  . j IN THE DRUG LINE OP  ASSAYEJRS'    SUPPLIES,  Call on or write  Wi P. TEETSEL & CO.,  j NKLriOX, li. 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