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 VOL. 2, NO. 32.  you want to know how  IS ADVANCING!  You will get a good idea of it by noting bow  I ��� BEID.'C  j stockjand Business Is Increasing. \  ^^^S?^^$^ S  ��  Our customers will find our grocery stock always complete, with all tbe beat goods that can bo bought in the  mnrket, and prices are all right. Wo have now tecured  tho en tiro con tiol of  Dominion Creamery Butter  in one pound bricks. '  ; , Also sole agents ���for  Hondi Tea, best in the market.  GIVES VIEWS OH FUTURE PLANS  r��i  a Year  If tho Mine   Shown   Up   Sufficiently well a 400 ton Ccucntrator  WLU   Be Built.  REID, CAMPBELL & CO.  fi  CANADIAN  BANK   OF COMMERCE,  Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000.  fCRANBROOK BRANCH. ,,    ���   ..     ���    J. W. H. SMlTHE; MGR.  PAQOS.        ' '"A.       ��� ... ' ���, '  c , HUGHES  B, 0. FURHITURE and UNDERTAKING CO.  " MOYIE-and  CEANBEOOK, B.C.  Matresses ���    2.75  Bedroom Seta $12.50  lotel comb, bedroom Beta 1L50  Comb,   springs  and ��� mattresses.  j.xin.rn.txteod      Q&q  Ana chair3, well upholstered...  Lounges upholhtered in best jute  5.75  0.75  These are only a few of our prices. Everything in die furniture  Hue just as low in price. We are manufacturers of' all kinds of  upholstered goods and mattresses. We sell retail at wholesale  prices. Wo make carpels and lay them FREE OF CHARGE.  Jailmates given on finishing; hotels throughout. We make great  reductions in half-dozen lots.  Undertaker* ami KmhuJmors  MAGGS & HUGHES,  -    abide by them.    Still   I  look  for  the  James Cronin has been appointed  mauler of tho St. .Eugene Consolidated Mining Co., the company which  now owns the St. Eugene, Lake Shore  and Moyie and Queen of the Hills  mines. Mr. Cronin ^turned from  Toronto Sunday and confirmed the  report of tho amalgamation which  was published in the Leader' last  week.  When asked ��as to what ohan'ges  would be made under the new .management, he said ;  "Thero will not bo many changes  for the, present. The forco of men  employed during the winter will be  about the same as that which the  St. Eugene, and Lake Shore people  have been employing heretofore. The  three tunnels on the Moyie and Queen  will be pUBhed ahuad and men &rn���al:  ready building a road to canned with  the St. Eugene wagon, road. An air  pipe will-be laid-from lhe Lake Shore  compressor to furnish power for the  machine drills."  "What will be done with the 'Lake  Shore?",  ,','TheNo. 1 and No. 3 tunnolsNvill be  pushed ahead as is ibeing done now,  but the No. 2 tunnel will be abandoned. We .will'also quit, sorting ore  for the time being."  Will the new  concentrator be run  this winter?"  ' Here Air. Cronin smiled,'for 'indeed  the same question has been put to  him on an average of three times a  day for the last three months.  "No;" said he, emphatically. "Not  a wheel will turn until the eight hour  trouble is settled.. Those are tho instructions of the' p'resideut aud the  majority of the directors  and I   must  HARDWARE,  GROCERIES,  t *        r  PRODUCE.  ^Jz-sSz. jrtz_siSr_jrtzM7 -rfz_sCz_rf*,?C* &j��t '.  ALL'KWOS.OF  ��� .DONE ���  TIN ROOFING A SPECIALTY  '-sC*_s��j  -.     -PROPRIETORS   OF-   .  CLOTHING,  Gents' Furnishings,  BOOTS and SHOES  STRICTLY. FIRST GLASS IN ALL'DEPARTMENTS.  &     <!  -*-+-*���  Oo����_ Victoria S&t��� ��i33.c3. :��*$:��-�������-��~ a<���^ ' ��� _  Drewry Meets the Hoard.  ��� A Bpecial meeting of the board ol  trade was held at the school house  Thuraday_e'vening to listen to several  important announcements which  President J. ' 0, Drewry .wished' to  make. "There was a good Giaed gather-  log and the meeting was-one of the  most enthusiastic ever held by that  body. '  'Mr. Drewry said'that- while east he  met, Mr. Shaughnessy, president of  the C.P. R., and had a long interview  with him, which wound up' by Mr.  Shaughnessy giving the promise that  Moyie would have a station in the  near future. That the matter had  been turned over to Mr. Whyte'.' Mr.  Drewry stopped off at Winnipeg on  his way home and also had an interview with Mr. ,Whyte. Whyte gave  Drewry ,an absolute assurance of a  e" station with an   agonfc   in-  '���!.-. Mo"  M  V. DE8AUr.JfIEK & CO., rropg.  Eegularpieals Served'in tho Dining  Room, with; Shout Uhdkrs between  meals.  1)  jjj      Headquartersjjfor Commencialljand Mining Men.  I  er  SQI'KEH  AVENUE,.'  ��� MOYIE,  B. C.  W. TfKXTIl, I'rojitiotor,  This hotel is now opcri to tho public1, and" in well t'ur.u*  ishod throughout. None but tile! beat braniiii of wined.,  liquors and cigars kept III stock.        ��      ,*'      ���        ���      '  wirst  C-CA88     A(JCpMMODkTIOR8i  M0\'l��, ��.   0  G. CAMFBJSLTji   A. T.CLARK.  This Hotel is New and well Furnished.  The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the |  Market affords.'.The.-Bar is Filled with A  tho Best Brandt of Liquors and Cigars  labor trouble to be settled by spring,  hope so. afc least, and then tho mill  will be starte d." .   .  "Will you ship ore this winter?"  "No. The object of. the company  is to develop the property for a year.  If it. shows up sufficiently well at the  end of that time, another concentrator  with a capacity of .400 tons a ' da> will  be built."  "Will you eventually work tho Moyie  and Queen and the St. Eugene  through tho tuunels of the Lake'  Shore?"  ! "Yes; so far as the lower workings  are-concerned. .The No. 1-tunnel will  be driven in ou the ledge with that  object in view."  "Will thecompauy. run a boarding  house for the employees of the mine?"  "No. The boarding house at the  Lake Shore is a private concern and  the company has nothing whatever., to.  do with it.- The men will bo at liberty to board where they chboso."  The St. Eugene Consolidated is now  the largest silver-lead   mini ning  company in the province..   The  company  controls nine full claims and five large  fractious.    The.,ALake   Shore    tunnel  can bo driven in over 5,000 foot on the  ledge without leaving  the  company's  property,  and  the,surface   croppings  can be traced, for nearly a. mile   and a  half.   It.  is   estimated   that  the   St.  Eugene alone  has close  to   $700,000  worth of ore blocked .out   and  on   the  dumps, and the Moyie and Queen and  the Lake Shore   promise   to-show   up  equally as well with the same amount  of development.  The .stock Of the company litis, been  pooled and will not bo put ou trie  market for one year.  final   piiyiiient   Orl   the   Lake!  will be   made   in   a few  stalled therein immediately, and that  a permanent station would be built  probably this winter, but certainly  early next spring. -  The question of water' and lights  came up and Mr. Drewry said that -a  company was already working oh a  project for furnishing the town with  electrie lights. That the dynamo at  the St. Eugene compressor would be  used for that purpose,- as well as for  furnishing lights for the mines. So  far as water for the town was concerned, there was a movement being  made in that direction also.  -  The question of sidewalks  was  discussed and it was decided ,fco   circulate  a subscription for the purpose of completing tho walks   between   the  Lake  Shore hotel and the Kauffman  house,  and from the Central   hotel, down   to  connect   with   the   sidewalk   afc   the  Moyie   hotel.      A   subscription    was  started and. it   was    headed' by  Mr.  Drewry, who placed $25  opposite his  name.    In   all $112   was   raised,  and  within   five   minutes. -The   subscrip-  tionv will be   circulated   through   the  town.  Mr. Drewry stated that as he m-  tended to epoud a good share of the  winter in southern California, he  deemed it ad visable to resign his position as president of the board of  trade. Tho board failed to sea tbo  matter in the same light, and unanimously agreed to not accept his resignation.  Bachelors and Benedicts Ball.  .One hundred and twenty-five ladies  and gentlemen,  assembled  in  a  spa-  cious  hall, ^tastefully decorated  and  .brilliantly iiluminated;for tne occasion,  tripping'   the light  fantastic   to   the  sweet strains of music, was , the, spectacle  whioh   one   wou'd ��� behold    by  glancing into   Miner's  hall   in   Cran-  brook last evening while  the  Bachelors and   Benedicts ball   was   iu  progress.    The  ball  wa3  a swell    affair,  and   could   well   be   compared   with  some of those given by  Mrs.  Bradley-  Martin.      The   ladies   having   it    in  charge   did   themselves    proud    and  nothing but  words  of praise   can   be  said of them :    The following  persons  from Moyie 'were present:    Mr.   and  Mrs. J. M.  Lindsay, Miss Ida  Hawk-  iuB, Miss Edith Gilchrist, A. H. Trent,  R. C.  McClure,  W.  L.  Reid,  S.   W.  Murphy, P. T. Smyth, F, J: Smyth.  LOCAL  NEWS.  in  Board of  Trade Meeting:.  A regular meeting of the board of  trade was held at the school house  Tuesday evening., In the absence of  President Drewry, Vice President  Farrell occupied (he chair.  A communication from. T. G.  Shyvghnessy, president of the C. P. R.,  was read. He acknowledged the receipt of the memorial which was recently sent him asking for'' a station  for Moyie. ��� Mr. Shaughnessy has  placed the matter with W. Whyte of  Wiunipeg, manager of the western division of the road, and baa given him  full power to act. The secretary was  instructed to communicate' with Mr.  Whyte enquiring as to the progress he  was making in the mgtter.  The queseion of fire protection was  taken up and discussed, but there was  no definite action taken,  A committee was appointed to se-  leoct a spot suitable for a cemetery  for th'e town, and to make a report at  tho next regular ruoeting of the board  E. A. Elton   of Fort   Steele   is  town.  J. 0. Drewry returned from Toronto and Montreal Thursday.        *  The Quadrille Club will,give one of  their regular dances next Thursday  evening. , ^  < ���  A full and complete assortment of  mits, gloves, German' 'socks and rubbers have arrived just in time for the  cald weather at Reid, Campbell & Co.  ��� "Gus" King, foreman of the building of the St. Eugene concentrator,  has finished his labors on that work  ,and departed for his home in Spokane  this moring.  fi!  Metal Quotations.  Nevr    York, 'Nov.   23.���Bar_ silver  59��,   cents.    Lead,    $4:60   @   "U65."  The     firm   that ��� fixes i the    selling  prices     for , miners'   aud     smelters  quotes lead at $4.40 at the close.  B.    O. -RESTAURANT.  OPEN*'NIGHT AND DAY.    ���  Everything First Olass.  I* i      , i  South Victoria  Street.  WHITE 8s RUSSKL.Ii, rropg.  CEN TRAL    -    HOTEL  JBarberffShop.  T. K. COLLIX9, Prop.  MOYIE, B. C.  McDonald Agulu Komsridoil.  John McDonald, the prisoner under arrest for cashing a .money order  which did not belong to- him, was  brought before Chief Magistrate Armstrong- Thursday and was again. remanded for eight days to give the  postal, authorities ��� an opportunity to  prosecute the case. He was taken to'  the Fort,Steele jail. His trial will  take place in Fort Steele  Will Organize tho I, O. V,  W. E. Gillespie, Deputy Supreme  Chief Rauger for tho Independent  Order of Forestr-M, is in Moyio al present and will institute a lodge of that  order here neifc week, probably about  Wednesday evening. Tho social and  fraternal benefits and the extremely  low rate of insurance in the I. O. F.  are so well known that the task of  instituting a lodge'with-a,"big charter  membership is not at all arduous.  Parties wishing to join ' the order will  do tvell to see Mr. Gillespie.'  ife  CONTRIBUTE  fo our stock, and tho  ,Qrt*H*wa  worxB,  ANDfiriilliftfi  iiuiTl��ii ebtifiiMU:  ss - ..     -    .  Tho  Shore niino  days.-  Mf. Qmin mii i  i iri A few  in a month or 8i�� weeks.  WIuli.es to Tlxahlt'thb Children;  Misd Moore> formerly teac her of the  Moyie  school,  writing  from   Sandon  wishes through the Leader to  Say  td  the children ol Moyio that their, .kirid  offering' was   expended   on   a pretty  ManicUre7sst;   ''This;" she Ssye; "re-  iitlh'd8'_he daily Of   their affectionate  iid  Ibvitig hearts.   I shall al-  have them in dear remembrance  as long as I live/"  ���McVlttlo���tesllcj:'  '  , Mr. Archie McVi.ttie dh'd Miss  Emily Leslie were, united in marriage in Cranbrook last Sattirday; Rev.  Procuuier officiating. /'Both bride and  groom are weil and favorably known  in South East Eootenay.'Tlt^ Leader  extends congratulations.       ,  Bates Iii tiio Klondike.  "Plain'beefsteak. $1.50. Coffeo nnd  dOughhuts, 50 cents. Three eggs, $2."  Tho foregoing extracts from a Cape  Nome restaurant bill Of fare indicate  that the necessaries of life command  fancy pricesUn that much talked of  district.,  Gathered!j here are not stir-;  passed inequality or'freshness;,  Only such goods as ' have di��-  tlnciive merit, are penult ted  , to en ter our ntnck. Low'  prices do not prompt us to  buy articles of inferior grades.  The best of ..-wrything id7 heist  at moderate prices.  ^ffg^Jsy^'Sre*  gffiWIt'.ffjfo  WtW^M^"^^m^im$7mm A CAPRICIOUS BELLE.  :\ Ki  -A*.?  ,'V ���  \i  (i  1,.:r  1*1 ii",  c i  ,i',.-". j  :i:i*  ��U  7n'*'; ���  ',i,'-A  ;��*v  i'm  . ,:. i  "u  '..IK  '   |��"  ;;'i  *<  ,7,   ', r: if  . ���*;���*��� / ii;1 , <  * f$  ii*T    ;���'  #  ��� :-v,i.   '-, - h  ��� .>f!:i-���::���'..S  .-p/iii/v!" t  -,'<>'A :<i - -'   i,  .''{;4:.|.v ������ ,',  ill - ,1        !      ���     1  r$.f! ���;���������!��� .i  .!,[! j.v   -"4  -..(']A'i ������*,' '      '"  ,'��� Vti. ,...-'   "   i.'  THc  ���it   ��� ��� ���-,',?  ��� (i!��  r;i Au ,.<*  "'rfl',  !_',.%-.' '���>  i.4t  /k^-.iti  ��� '*��?*"-i;;<v  ���  .ttSJvlh^A"*'!?  ���%^yy  ',$ :<y^l  -;v... i..,-'. ,.y  7" ." iv,-.   '' ii  - .' * ',       -,- S  ���--'���!''','   ��� --: i|  !'?{',;. VI ^  i' \    * ���'. " '! :-f  \$: "A '--'Is  i 'J'! ��� - 1       :  : -,!. '��� -��� ���'!     *!  ' i,"     ''   '*���  C   '    I   '    ,  llft.l-j',  J..J.L,,  , .,      ,           #  M-    ,.   \    *           1  - i'.; ,_ * ���    ,   ..  r^  .��  ��� i -  save.  east  . bett  ' onlj  the  ore  the  ma  in  ke  let'  re ���  oi  THE  ROMANTIC  LIFE STORY OF SUE  PILLOW-MARThN.  7  Pretty and "Witty, Thl_ Tennessee Co-  qaette Flnnff Money Awny With, the  Same Reckless Abandon TJint She  Lacerated Masculine Hearta,  She was Dot merely a belle and beauty  back before the war, this fascinating  end capricious Sue- Pillow-Martin.    She  ��� mml. Ilnsrli Martin, asking for informa-  ti.m in lejrard to some part of her father's estate.  Mnrtiii rccos-iiizcd the handwriting. He  I..nl gone back to his old home���east Ten-  ih*s->-i'c��� and prospered there throughout  .\!c.V-sir.v'.s lifetime. When news came  thai liis ex-wife was again free, he Took  to his bed, declaring he would never  leave i; alive. To the friends who railed  r.t hei iiiid hogtred hini not to think of  hei- lie *aid humbly that he still loved  the earth she trod. She might not deceive ii. hut lie would rather die than  live to know ihat  she had  married still  AN ODD EXPEDIENCE.  THE STORY OF  A STRANGE  MISSION  TO A,DESERT  ISLAND.  ^fffgfe  A  3  mw^wm^MMm  In the Queer Business Kig-nred a. Biff  Collin and A Dead Chinese Mnr.da-  ri.n Who 3Iny Xot Have Been a Dead  Ciifnaman After AU.  1  o^��Qo,^ ^�� k        i_ .1 another man. as she was sure to do.   So  "{??!��ls.f��^*r.c b-ecn a new ^man,_bui-ii , |UT lc,tteP cnmo t0 ilim as uianna in the  divert. Tie answered it at once; she  threw aside disguise and wrote again.  The second letter set him on his feet, although, but a ghost of liis old self.  ahead of time, into an epoch mid en  \ ironmeut that irked her even more than  the shocked them. When the .Mexican  war was fought, a Pillow was a general.  Naturally, that added to his social prestige. Renown was riot needed, though,  to make his eldest daughter easily first  among equals in the land of her birth.  She   was   pretty,   she   was   witty,   she  danced  like a' Wyllis  and  was coquette  to her finger tips.    She had lovers and  love affairs by the time she was 15.    Not  ici-.v serious ones,'yet serious enough to  ,  show her quality of imperious caprice.  By and   by  young  McNairy ,of   Kentucky  came courting her.   'At  Erst she  tossed  her head,    in a week they were  engaged    and    the    wedding    day    set.  Friends   and   fortune   smiled   approval.  It was most Gt in every way. ��� McNairy  was an only child and his father a rich  man,   withal   an .eminent   judge.     IJis ,  sun's choice so pleased  him that he re- i  M.lved   to   make   the  in fa re,   the  bride's J  home  coming,   the   most   notable   social t  event   in   south   Kentucky   history,     He J  sent   (ill   the  way   io   New   York   for  a  family carriage, the first closed carriage  '  ever  brought to  that   region.     Much  of  the   supper  was   likewise  ordered   from  New   York,   also   liveries   for  the   bla,ck  coachman,  the  footmen  and  young Me-  , .V.iiry's own man.  Pour .fine black horses,,. perfectly  matched aud bitted, drew the carriage.  Kverythi.ng was spick and span when  the -bridegroom   set   out   to   claim   his  . A  third came quickly.    Tie packed his  grip,   put   innuey   in   both   pockets   and  went awny'.    In a month or less he had  remarried���there   was   again    legally   a  Sue   Pillow-Martin.    ITe  found  her just  lhe   same,   full   of  capricious   luring,  of  swift  anger and  sudden remorseful tenderness.    Lint  now   she   was   content  to  sun   herself  in   the  eyes  of an   adoring  husband.    There  was tlie child���her little daughter by McNairy.    Martin  loved  it as tenfierly ns though it were his own.  That   helped   him   with   the  mother  arid  ciihsoh'd him for iriauy of the wounds her  iiidi'Terence   gave.     On,  the   whole,   his  I a-1    marriage   'brought    him    years    of  stormy  nnd   moonlit   happiness."    Not   so  very many year*.   His wife died; and his  l.euit  was iiuried  with her.   He outlived  her only  n   little  while.     All  his  fortune  went   to  her daughter,   who  grew  up a  .Vim-ions   nnd   beautiful   young   woman.  w holly  eh arm.  lacking    her    mother's    lawless  THE  HONEY HUNTERS;  The fumes of sulphur will kill all the  worms of moths.  To produce a large crop of honey, bee.i  should   nor'  be   allowed   to. swarm,   bin  biiik*.    Blk ton, his home town, lies in a  border county, some (>() miles from Nashville.    The Pillow   homestead   was just  outside  Columbia,- which   lies  about  i,0 j  .    miles due south of the state capital.    So  it  was a two days' drive, but the horses  minded it no more than their master.  ,!t   was  very  well   they  did  not,  since  .they went home the very next day.   Mis.j  Pillow had changed her mind, not about  marrying,  but as to who should  he  the  man.     A,, certain   Hugh   Martin,   newer  r.nd richer than McNairy, had come upon  the scene���she was fond of novelties nnd  dearly ,loved  to give her world  a sensa-,  lion.     She   wrote   McNairy  a   curt  dismissal and married  Martin with all the  pomp and circumstance prepared for the  man be had supplanted.  McNairy faced the changed conditions  with a sort of grim humor. lie bought  nil the crape iu Columbia, put horses and  servants in deep mourning -and' drove  home. There he insisted that tbe iuTare  . should go on just the same, although  ihe bride was conspicuously absent, lie J  said of her only that she had exercised  l.er undoubted privilege of changing her  mind. He might have married a hundred  times over, but, though gallant toward all  women, he said he would die a bachelor.  Sue Pillow-Martin'meantime was leading her new husband the merriest sort  of dance. When lie came to understand  i hat'his money had tempted her he gave  it to her to'spend'like water. She (lung  itfaway with both hands. Every week  almost she drove to Nashville and went  about its nest shops, wilh her black  maid carrying roleaux of gold to pay for  her purchases. The gold was but one of  her innumerable whims. She would not  touch silver or paper.  Hugh Martin has married her for brt-  rer or for worse.    lie bore and  forbore  until she came actually to despise him.  She set  her mint! on divorce,  then  aud  there  regarded   us  almost   indelible  disgrace.    Hut divorced she would  be, and  divorced she was, in spite of her father,  her family, all her friends.    Her freedom  proved  after a sort  a  crown of thorns.  It  men   still   crowded   about   her,   there  was that in the eyes and  voices of the  women  that  poisoued   life  came to Sao  Pillow-Martin.    By way of .changing all  thi.t she whistled back hor old lover, Mc- j  N.'iiry, and married hiin out of hand.  That would havo made a seven years'  t-ensatioii. only the civil war came on,  and not so long niter McNairy fell from  kept together.  If bees are given plenty of ..storage  ,room, th(-y are not so apt to swarm.  Limited spare often causes swarming.  Pure white comb hone,  tie propolis oh the wood  denotes that they were taken out as soon  as they were lilled.  Never leave a newly hived swarm of  bees near the place where they are clustered. The safest plan is to remove it at  once to a stand somewhat distant, whether the bees are all in or not.  Bees do not swallow honey, ,but place  it as gathered with their bill in thoir  honey sack, which is in front and entirely outside, A bee weighs three times Vis  rnncii returning to'the hive as it did lyhsn  it started out.  So far as can lie done keep the'white  clover honey separate from the basswood  honey. The flavors are'quite different  ai! 1 when sent ' lo market should be  kept separate. Honey, to sell to the'best  advantage, needs to be graded.���St. Louis Republic.  "I've spent a good many years round  these islands," said the night watch on a  yacht in the Santa Barbara channel,  "aud I've had some singular experiences.  Last winter 1 spent in Santa Barbara,  only coming to the island occasionally.  One day a Chinaman came to, my lodgings and asked me if I knew San Nicolas, tlie bleakest and windiest of all the  California islands.    I said I did.  " 'You know mandalin V he nslied.  'Lung Kow allee samee mandalin; he go  San Nicolas; allee samee dead man'. You  sabeV  ,    "In short, the Chinaman was a representative of the Six  Companies of San  Francisco, aud the mandarin, Lung Kow,  had   taken a  trip  for rhis  health  to  the  island  with  a  party of abalone hunters  nnd had died on the desolate spot.    He  was a  big man, and so a -delegation of  Chinamen had  been, sent to Santa  Barbara   to  charter  a   vessel  to  go  to  San  Nicolas to bring him to mainland.    We  soon struck,n  bargain nnd set sail. The  island lies well out to sea, where1 it blows  half a gale nearly all the time,'and there  are no safe harbors.    My schooner was a  little fore and after,  with a small cockpit and cabin, which just about held the  four Chinamen, while cross deck, amidships,  they stowed  a  bronze coffin.  The  men, as nea,r as I could make out, seemed  to be priests of rank and went on regular  watch  duty  froiii the time they started.  They crowded into the cabin aud Jit their  pipes and kept  them 'going all  the way  over.    As soon as we got under sail oue  of'them threw a lot of paper into the air,  repeating.something in Chinese. This was  to give the, vessel good luck. The others  burned'punk in the en bin.  "We reached the island one night when  it was blowing furiously, and  we lay on  e  '"���^WEATHERLEY  :;i4J"'"  l.\X'  tolliiiiy-k   j     CHENEY  [Oopyrijhc, 1SS��, by Weatherley Cfcewioy.)  >es swarmiii"- "."'"n  iuhuuoi.v, aim   ��>��.��� uiv on  v   with  vc-v lit- } lhii ('d"u of the kHl* tm mo''"'*"K.    The  "of tho secHons,    i,"^"   ���s   thi-bujfh   "J", channel   about  WHY THE  BULLDOG  IS LIKED.  tie    Im  n high window and broke his neck. The  shock almost killed bis wife. She came  ��-��� near loving him as her supreme self-  i.-hiiess allowed. Troubles did not come  singly���her father died about the same  time. Both left estates'much involved  When', a little biter, the fall of the con  fi-deracy annihilated slave property, the  ��idow found herself with straitened  prospects.  Poverty was not imminent, hut the old  lavish, luxurious life was forever gone.  The brother reigning in her father's  Etond was brotherly kind, but she was mv  more' supremo. Besides, her world was  wondering what she could or would do  iM-.a. What slip did do was to write, in  ber brother's name, to her divorced bui-  a    GaoiJ    Companion    and    In  Loyul to tlie Dentli.  A real lover of dogs is apt to have.a  preference as to type, hut he, is apt also  to be fond of all good'dogs, no matter  what tiio class or their special purposes  in1 the world. /The dog lover is very like  in this regard the truly gallant man. He  may prefer blue eyes nud fair hair to  the opposite, but his heart goes out to all  women who are good because they are  women and because they are good.  To the  uninitiated   an  affection  for a  bulldog seems a perversion of taste, for  the   bulldog   is��not  symmetrical,   is   not  graceful and sometimes appears to lack  intelligence.    About his intelligence, however,   there   is   more   than   one   opinion;  about his affection and his loyalty there  can   be  no doubt  whatever.     His  affec-  tiou knows neither hesitation,  wavering  nor change, and he is a rare comrade.    He  is uot noisy, he is not nervous, and he is  not given to demonstration.    He fills the  requirements   that   Emerson   formulated  as  to  perfect  companionship.     He 'does  not need to speak- to show hiscsympathy.  He can tell you what he wishes to say  with  his little eyes,  and he can be eloquent with  the  waggings of his stump  tail. '   '  This kind of a companion is not such  as commends himself to all persons, for  there are thGse in the world who like  chatterers and consider the unending  small talk of the drawing room the highest and most pleasurable expressiou of  human wit. For such as those the bulldog is not likely to have the greatest attractions. Let such have a frolicsome  dog or a kitten that will chase its tail.  But the bulldog is a good companion for  a quiet man of a thoughtful and philosophic cast of mind. The bulldog will  uot disturb bis musings; the bulldog will  not say the wrong thing at'a time when  silence is precious, for the bulldog rarely  spr-.iks. When he does, he is short,  though not bharp, in his communications  aud is very much to tbe purpose.���Cxi  terioa.  20 feet wide, with a wall of rock on each  side.    When you got in it was, all right,  as there  was  a  cove and  sandy  beach.  The Chinamen had brought one of their  bonis, a clumsy affair, and we all put off  in   her  with  the   heavy  collin   lashed   to  the seats.    The sea' was still  high,  and  while we rowed the'Chinamen threw paper and waved their punk sticks.    I was  Rooking   for   trouble,   and   just" as    we  reached the narrow channel the'sea dropped away from  the bow, the stern  flew,  up in tho air. and a big wave struck tho  flat bottom of the boat, sending her stern  over bow into the cove, aud spilling every  one  into  the  water.     When   the ~Chi'na"-  ineii   recovered   from   their   fright   they  rushed for the boat, and, hauling her up.  unfastened  the coilin and laid  it on  the  beach.   The abalone hunters'met us, and  there was more bowing and more punk  burned,,and then the men took ihe coffin  on   their shoulders and  wo  followed .tho  aba lone hunters.        ' n ,  Well, my partner and I took turns at  carrying- the coffin with the Chinamen,  and for several miles followed the abalone men over the hills and satid to a remote spot where the grave was pointed  out. Now came the funny part of it.  Naturally'you would'think they would d*'  all the work of taking up the body, hut  Ilu-y indicated that they expected us to  do it, and as we had been paid to do the  work there was no backing out. Tho  (,'hinameu thrust lighted punk in the  sand all about and went through many  gesticulations while we dug.' The Mandarin had simply beeu laid in the s.-.nd  with   his  robes  about him  and   his  red-  Almost Completely Prostrated with Nervous  Disorders---Made  well again by using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  The close attention required by the busy dressmaker to  the minute details of her art is most trying- on the nerves, and  aker the rush of business last spring MrsT M. B. Hungerford,  of 3T Main street, BinghamPton, N. Y., found her' nerves  exhausted and was threatened with complete collapse of the  nervous system.  She writes: " I have had severe attacks of nervous trouble  and was threatened with, prostration as a result of close atten-1  tion to fine work, he, Dr. A; W. Chase's Nerve Food I have  found an excellent remedy for my form of trouble..    "���  . ' " Being also constipated 1 used Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills along with the Nerve FpotI, taking one Nerve Food Pill  Kftfr eachl!"iea,> antf-ohe'iKidney-Liver. Pill three times a week  before retiring. This treatment I can most heartily recommend  for it has made me well again."  Does  not deaden the nerves, nor does it stimulate the nerves  to over-exenion. It does make m\v, red corpuscles in the  blood and nourishes the nerves back to health aud strength.  Fifty cents a box at all dealers, or Edman.-on, Bates & Co.,  Toronto.  buttoned hat on. We got him iip, put  him in the coffin and bolted it down.  Then the Chinamen threw handfuls of  papers in-the air, uttering cries and bowing to.the body, to the east and west.  "We finally got the coffin triced to two  long poles and began the march back.  I've taken some hard and curious tramps  in my time, but that discounted them all.  The Chinamen were thoroughly frighteiv  ed���you know they think -the wind is a  living thing, and when it began to howl  and roar and fill the air with stones and  dirt they would stop aud point at the  black fog bauk that looked like a big  dragon, then start off again, plowing  through the drifting sand, sometimes almost losing sight of the guide ahead.  Finally we reached the bench.- The yacht  ���was lying on the edge of the kelp, about  200 yards off shore and riding on a pretty  good swell that set in from-the west, but  the junkboat came in all right and we  hauled her up, high and dry.  "'Bemembering their , experience, the  Chinamen wanted us to wait, until the  sea went down; but we explained that  there was always a sea running, so they  consented to try it. They evidently were  determined to take no chances, as they  first placed the heavy coffin, now heavier  than ever, amidships, and lashed it in,  then put my partner and me nt the onrs,  while the dead Chinaman took his place  in the boat with his hand on the coffin.  After much excitement wo got the coffin in the falls and landed itc on deck,  putting it across the house. That night  the only dry place was the collin, so 1  piled my blankets on top of it and was  fiu-t asleep on top of the Mandarin when  I felt some one pulling at me and found  the whole party about me. They had a  sort oC hourly service and had formed in  a procession in the cockpit, and, when  thi-y reached the coilin, were horrified  to find mc* there. Their peculiar rites  were kept up during the entire trip, and  it was months before *ve got rid of the  smell of opium and punk. The body wiib  shipped to San Francisco under the same  guard."  "And that was the last of Lung  KowV" asked one of the yachtsmen.  "I don't know about that," replied the  sailor. "The next week we saw in a  San Francisco paper that -a-lot of-smuggled opium had been captured in a cuflin,  and we beganto think that the Mandarin  was just tin ordinary dummy Chinaman,  packed with opium cases, which had  been landed at San Nicolas and taken  away by us. It looked that way."���Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.  Time Kor Action.  Freddie (whose pa.is-a strict disciplinarian)���Ma, can you have a man arrested if yoii think he's going to'kill'you?  Mh���Certainly, my son.  Freddie���Then I'm going to git out a  warrant foi- pa.  Mn���You shock me, Freddie. What  reason could yqu possibly have for any  such action against your father?  Freddie���Why, I beard him tell the  lumberman this morning to bring him a  cartload    of    shingles.���Richmond  , Fenton nodded wearily,  , "Tha doesn't mind ma smoakiug, do  j-fc?" said the other, pulling out a cigar  nf doubtful asp&ct.  "Not  at  all." said teuton,   hoping  this would keep his companion quiet.  , "Maybe von'd like a smciit verscur '  isaid trio Y'orkahiremau, who IM; generously disposed.  "Thanks, no," Eaid Fenton. "I'm  not much of a smoker. "  7 "That's reot. A young feller hhould  reserve his strength so as lie can enjoy  hfs snioak when his trouble comes."  And pleased with this philosophic sentiment the old fellow puffed away at'his  rank cigar.  There wa8 a pause of a few minutes,  aud Fenton hoped  his companion was  now fully engrossed with liia,cigar and  his troubles.  But'he was mistaken,  The  hearty voice went ou:  , "Yfcs, I've been up toLunuon on biz-  uese���very pertikelur biznoss. Ah'll tell  ye all about it, as yo seem iutertsted."  And bo did tell', and his voico buzzed  ia Fenton's ear in  harmony with   the  rattling of the wheols and' tho  roar of  the traink  On, ou ,the voice went, with'1 hover  ending energy, but Fonton's  thoughts  wero elsewhere.' He was wet through to  tho skin, he -was  shiven'ng  witb  coJd,  he was utterly m i sera bio' both in mind  and body.  "Was tbers in all London that  night a more wretched   man   than   he?  The thought wus simply overwliolSTiug"  that hf, Georgo Fenton, was a fugitive  ���that ha would be wanted   by  tho po-  lice on the morrow for the lunrdor of a  woman.    A coJd'sweat  atood upon his  brow and  an   involuntary groau   broke  from his lips.  Even tho self absorbed Yorkshiremau  noticed hiu companion's rdistress :iud  broke off his epic in compassion.  "Young  feller,", said  he  tlolemnly.  "ye'ro wet through to the skin."  Fenton did^o'i douy it. .  "See   'ere, "u said   the  other, getting  up   and   inspecting' 'his    own "wraps.  "Just yo put  on this 'erowatterproof,  It'll   keep.ye   warm   ovvern&et.    It's  downright daft of yo traveling in nowt  but gimcracks  like  them, aa  wouldn't  turn a eummer shower."  Fenton thanked him warmly aud was  glad enough to don tho  pi-offered  article.   He buried Jiia ohin deep iu tho capacious collar aud   pretended   to sleep.  The cigar had   nowogone  out, and tho  smoker was yawning.   In   another   ton  minutes resounding  snores   proclaimed  his reception in tho arms of Morpheas.  In vain did Fenton   try to follow his  companion into oblivion.  Sleep refused  to come.   For  a "fow minutes, ho  fell  into a fitful slumber, but his   brain refused to rest.    Again   ho stood over tbo  dead.body of tho woman he loved; again  ho saw her  pnle, drawn   face   and   tho  horriblo  du^er  in   her   heart;' again  Brest confronted him, and'onco more ho  was chased down the streets by a howling   crowd.     Quick  down   there, .or he  would bo  cuugbt!    Faster!  Faster!   O  God, they are  eaining  on   him!    And  with   a  cry of   terror ho  nwul��.u, trembling from head to foot.  Thank heaven, it was only a horrible  dream!   Ho was'Eafo as yet.  And so that interminable night woro  on, It was not till the gray morning  camo in through the carriage windows  that iho thought flashed across him for  tbo first time, ''Why am I running  away?''  ' Brett alone  had  seen   him',  and he  knew he was safe with Brett.   No,,Duncan   would   not   betray him.    Had  he  been recognized   in   tho chase tliat followed?.. Hardly   likely.   Then   lie   vvas  safe.    Why rnn awny?   If a ghost of a  suspicion   lodged   against  him, ho was  only accentuating it by absenting himself. He ought never to have left town.  Do Vore Gardens was  tho  safest  place  for him.   What  a  fool ho had been to  rush madly away in this absurd fashion I   But;  even  now was it too late to  return?   Thero  wero quick' trains   up  from Manchester.    He could bo back by  noon, and it would be  easy to account  for his absence���suob occurrences wore  not infrequent.   At Manchester, at any  rate, ha  could buy an  early paper aud  .bo guided by tho report of   tho niurdtr,  which would by this timo bo telegraphed to overy quarter of the globe.  ThoF.e thoughts brought him t-onio  comfort, and, at last, when tho sky was  turning to crimson, George Fenton  sank into a deep sleep.  "Now, Jad, hero wa bo at Manchester.  Upyoget."  Fenton rubbud his eyes and htared  round him dazedly und fctrugglud lo  his feet.  "Thank you very much for your  mackintosh," he said to tho Yorkshiro-  nian. L'I don't know what I should  havo dono without it."  Ho bado tho kind follow goodby and  .struggled into his soddened overcoat  and now sallied forth into tho htreots  of Cottonopolis. It, was now past G  o'clock, a lid ho soon got hold of a newspaper,, which be opened with palpitating heart.  ��� "Great heavens I" ho '.cried  eye. found the column he wanted.  iu largo oapitals, starod him  face: ,  HORRIBLE MURDER IN MAYFAIB  AKREST OF  A   NAVAL OFFIGBU.  His blood ran cold as ho road tho last  line, for ho id, once grasped that if Brett  had been arrested, owing to somo absurd blunder on the part of the police,  in order perhaps to savo hia own iifo  he would bo bound to. reveal all ho  knew of tho murder. JIo read through  the account that followed, but that gave  him little further .information. Tiiorej  were simply tho particulars of tho find-:  ing of tho body, Brett's arrest, with tlie  subsequent trouble, aud the conveyance  as his  Thero,  iu the  of him and (ho corpfo lo the police station. Tho paper fell from Fenton'b  hand in dismay'. Now, at any rate, it  would he simple folly on hi* part to return before ho knew that uu suspicion  rested upon him. , Iu tho meantime ho  ought to mako his own portion as se-  cuie as possible by further movements.  Hd crossed over to tbo Exchange station  nud looked at r.ho list of departures. At  7 o'clock a train would leave for Loedc,  and by this train Fonton decided to  travel. At 0 o'clook ho stepped out on  tho Leeds platform.  His first act was to get sc-iresnment,  far he had tasted nothing for 13 hours,  and   was,   moreover,  .uO'nriju.   armrnlv  us tiio result of  wearing ma wet clothing:  Ho was ravenously hungry, aud he  made  a oubstautial   meal.    Once mcrr-.  thc3 blood seemed to courso in his vein-,  aud   his courage   revived.    For a long  timo he sat oyer his breakfast deliberating  on   his .next  move,  whicli   ho  at  length decided must ho to get rid of his  dress clothes.    If suspicion had fallen  upon him, these would no doubt be au  important link in his detection, and it  seemed moro risky to continue wearing  them than to dispose of them. He spent  . tho greater  part of   the  morning wan-  deiitig up and down  tho city bfcforo he  found a shop likely for his pnrp'osu. At  last ho entered one and asked   tho man  behind tho counter what ho would give  for the suit lie was wearing.  "Dress shoots are nodiugs moosh in  my line, and shtill lesi so van (ley are  sboiled mit mud ami wed. De g'losh on  dis shoot is dobarded forever,'aud my  fr'en ',s only wants glodhy dross shoots. "  Gloss or no gloss, ���Foutou explained,  he must havo it exchanged for an everyday rig cms.  "Aly fr\n, if it id an,exchange you  vauts-perhaps 1 can do aome&hiug for  you. I dorfc it wag. moni-h vat you vant-  ed. See" here. - Dis is a vindiug in  shocks. _"on could blay shess pr thavts  on de design ven you'was dac vny inclined, "    ,' .  ' Fenton explained ho did not fool at  all that way inclined. He wan ted something not quito so prt.in6unc<id.  "I j-oe nodiug. wrong mit do brontni-  ciaiiuu. Peraps it is a golo black-_be-ot  you vants, mit vich' to attend your own  vum-ral."  After much parleying and haggling  Fenton was at last fitted out in tho cast  ofr Sunday' be.-t of ��*uio presumably  worthy Leeds weaver, uiul he left the  store lamenting the inequality of the  exchange.  Then ho went to a barber's and hud  his mnttuche shaved.  -By. this time thu early editions of the  ���evening papers were ont, and Fenton  eagerly'scanned a copv of Tho Evening  Post.  "Horrible Tragedy Iu   May/air���-Tho  Mnr.-leror at  Large," met liis eyes, find  with trembling heart ho read   of   "the  release of   tho'uavai  oil!cor" and of tho  cis-HFu after himself   the previous night,'  the discovery of tho hilt of, tho dagger,  and. O  God, of  his   own departure  to  Manchester  from  Wi I leaden * Junction,  Then followed"n description of himself:  "Dark, ubout 5  feet   'J   in height, well  built, brown eyes and dark  mustache,  about JlO years of, ago; at tho timo was  wearing evening   dress clothes, a   light  overcoat and a bowler hat."  Fcntcu's head whirled as he read  thef-.e lines, and he looked round in terror, half expecting to see somo ono already identifying him, despite his having disposed of somo of the damning  details. They wero ou his truck, und nc  any moment he might be arrested. Ho  must be olf again, and that immediately. Onco more ho must take train in  tho hope cf burning his pursuers. Ho  walkod into Wellington Elation and  found that a. train started in a fow minutes for iSkiptqn. He bought a ticket,  -furtively, dully wondering why the"  clerk did not eye him suspiciously.  Ho was   at Skipton within tho hour.  W.hat was he to do now: Ho had something less than a, sovereign in his pocket, so ho could not  ufiord another journey by train.    Bosides,   he  must  ehuu  the haunts of news renders.    The country would be   tho   best   placo  for   him  now.    He was almost at his wits' end,  but  ho  pulled   himself  together, went  into a public house and called for some  brandy.    This  put enough Dutch courage into his soul to  enable   him   to inquire'about  the   surrounding  country  from n gurrulous bar  ranger,    As n result of, his inquiries ho   dotermined to  tako   to   the ' Oracoo  road,   hoping   to  reach   Grassington   and   the  fccattcred  villages beyond, whoro newspapers wera  few and tiio population illiterate.  Then  ho   set   out.    Tho   brandy saw  him through u milo or two, but tho ex-  oil omen G was telling upon him, ami his  bodily  pain  was   increasing, mid   soon  hu c..uld scarcely crawl along,   llo re.-l-  ed   many  a   timo   and oft by the way,  uiul   it wni dnrli whon   tbo  glimmer of  tho   lighliof   ItylstuiiG vilhigu   met his  eye.*'.    Hen*   ho de.termin'id to pah.s  the  ni���-ht.   lie could go no farther.    IIo did  nor dare   tu put np at any public hou.-o  for   fear   of   ultimate   dL-cuvorv, m> hu  cast   iilitml   him  for a xoof for'shelter.'  By thu moonlight jJ0 espied an old shed  alongsnteBome stabling, mid thither hu  repaired.    Mot  having   even   streu"(h  enough to search for litter for a bocOu-  threw himself down oii  tho ground nin;  fell into n Lrokeu blobp.  Hu awoke in tho early-morning wilt,  paius/aud.-aches shooting ,,__ .over his  body, but with mind clear enough to  appreciate, tho exigencies of tho situation. -H��� must bo up and away before  tho sleuthhouiids could scent him, ife  dragged hi.s unwilling limbs  felt it would hoimposfciijio tr,,.,  Ho staggered into, ho villi   ^'^  stood invitingly ���������.    ^l   '," *  Of    tflrrnr    nvnrn,. i    . ���      A "> >l  of   terror   overspread   hjs  fa(  turned   sharply of!  the Jmi;t  had seen a policeman enter  t'ltr.  IlKll  ,    -       ai"l Lu  mam road,   ]���  man in that old world pia^'. ��,m<*-  he doing thore?   To his dHort^i   -Wa'  the man waa   already makioe in*"00  ......innkeeper, and  the ^ ^ ln��  Le there in   a minute to &dd hjVi'T*11  tho chain of evidenco that wlB ���, -  t:  iy being forged around biro ' '        5l'  Fear galvanized  his stiffened li,rv  into action, and down   that Jo, 1,  "s  Fenton pel.mi with blind hurrv S, ��'  erhoituewnot uorcuroa.  rne... ",l1  not last long, and he soon dronil i    'a  his old sbamblu.  To��i���ketbi"i,niG  tho rain, whic-,  ! ,,|   hwa ^...^  all  day, ,now cam,., down  in  to.-  ,8'  ami   tho need of  Home  placo l,["'4  grow imperative.. There was a inv    ���  near���the only hope of  _h,i,Cr '{' Jts  bleak, inhospitable  landscape-!,, J"  iu tliat  foro he could  even  roach what ��r��  that   afforded   thu   pitiless   lail. ,g'  drenched   him   to * thu   inairnw    t  whole of that wretcbcdgafternconF-. '  Ion sheltered  thore, sometime. do��  H  m  ���mm \  a**: ^t'-tnj- {      \  Af\  ���&%mi  hi  The inuh looked c't me doulitfuUy.  aiore  often   terribly wide awake, wet,  cold aud hungry.' When dusk came, b��  ventured forth   again  in qurM cf feed  and lodging, which' he must havo if he  wished to keep mind and body iogetlier.  He strngglod��onfor a  conpj.'of 'hunr?,  covering .little ground, although'Miai.''  iug every,nerve. Thoro wore hguts.fa  homestead   in   tho  distance, for whici  ha   inn do without  oven -attempt ing t;  concoct a likely talo   to account for.a  appearance; but  fato  was dead uiy.int  him.    Tho rain  hud  ceaisd now, Lot it  had'loft tho  ground   thick with  siasii,  through which the weary fugitive struggled like a drunken man. Tho Jigbts Lc  was piakiug for  seemed ever'" ty reci-ac  like will-o'-the-wisps, and Fenton grt;\Y  dimly   conscious  he   could   not   rexcli  them.  , & .-  Thore was no other building ut hninl,  no roof to shelter him,' hut ho could gr  no farther. Hi** .lege refused to move,  his head was bursting, and v/ilh u cry  of uwfnl helplessness aud despair hu  sank down upon tho clammy ground, at  last micciriH-ainvi.'i of sill lit' h-iik.'  It was two day? r.ftorward when Fm-  ton   regained coni-ciousuos-a.    When he  opened  his eyos, ho  was  iu   u  sjraiuc  bedroom,    llo gave a feeble cry of i-ik-  pri.-o,  and,  as  if   in   response,  an  ulc!  diiino appeared at the bottom of the b*d.  "Thank   God,   yo'vo   come  lcuacia:  last.    I   thought   it wer"   all up wi'ye  onco.    But doau't ye talk now. Ju.-ry*  diitik this and goa to tleep.   'JV'iMiVier -  will tt'll  yo all about it when 'o coc-'.  'oam." '  Wilh   a sigh of ocnteutmeut feutcu  did us ho was told.  When next ho opened his eyes, tbey  fell upon a familiar fGrm. Thero by u��  bedside was the 'bt>riy farmer who 1)3.1  traveled with him from Willo^lea!  Ion tun could not reprusa a cry of astonishment. Tho farmer seeniod to en;:;  liis surprise.  "Aye,   Jad, it's  ono of  tho curies:!  things I ivvcr 'card of.  1 said 'Goo'dbj'  to yu   at ilauches'tcr, and in wer thovrj  of-seeing yc ag'in, and two days afterward 1 liuds ye in my threo acre pasture  iu a pretty fovur.    I know'd ye at ouci,  although  yo'd   changed  ycr   tu^.i and  tfhavud   ycr   lnusttul*.      Yo'vo  beiiu id  tiMtible, lad.    I  could tell fro' yer rav-  ings.. But m'vver, niiud.  No one's heard  'em   hue  mo  and   t'   missis, Vopt ca  Joamea, who helped   mo to carry yo iu;  and I've squared J tames not to la pd."  "What  did I fiuy?"   anxiously as^d  Fenton.  "Yo talked a strange lot cf --tuff,  lad, t��liahc :i girl ��� tbear's geiicullyJ  woimni at bottom of inoa.-'t Ihiug*; <*:'''  yo seemed to ho turril-ly foixi ot i!^  uu. And iiiL-n , yo called out 'MurJ?r"  ���ay, 'Miinior!' nnd spoke of a r?l.''��  dagger, or somo such silliness. Th-n .V*  seemed to bo running away, and ir w^  as much as the threo of us could do to  hold yo in tho bed."  Fenton started up oxdtudly. "L>'ooJ  God!'' ho cried.   ���'. uiu lost i"  .    ,       , -���     ~ out of tho  shod and gamed tho highway,  lint oov/  hewantjof food was beginning to toll  heavily upon him, and his leg., almost  refused to wove. Long before ho reached Crncoo ho was-overtaken hv a coal  cart   Hehailed tho driver and asked for  ?,,i. . 7,\0l,mn Voiced at bin, doubt-  fuHy, but tho offer of coin produced tho  desired effect. Lying ._���,_ i0IJfilU 01l/��  ��ack on tho top of tho coals, Fenton  spent- ho next.hours in �� dazed, witless  cou��.,t.oi.. The driver's clesti.,��tio., wa"  K n^ey and there his faro was tun o 1  adrift Hero Fenton determined to havo  .ometls.UB  <p  eat, for without f.S0d ho  "Lsyyo down ujj'in, Juil," diuM il"  fanner, push ing him back with rung1'  geutlene.is. " Whativvcr ye'vodune, I'D  not bu tho Juan to givo yo away. I '''"���  a lad of my uwn unoe, und 1 ru-kou  yo'ro some mother's s-ou."  Fentun grasped tho farniur'a hami iu  dumb thankfulness.  "Nay, nay, hid���it's nowt. y<.M",|lt  go to..sIi.ii.ip iio:w, and think ye're in i'^  own bed at 'oam."  Bnt even; as tho" farmer spok-J lli^0  was a sound of tramping feet. >ll'ri K  voice thick with drink wan heard protesting :       ' ���' ��� 13  "Noa, noa, Ward; I didn't toll re  owt.3 Tak' ywself off before t'-maiBp  conies."    ' '  "Don't bo a fool, Jamos. Thai-sU'*  up stairs and look at.him," said an u"'  thoritative voice.  The fanner  started  toward t\iv duor, ���  but before ho reached it tho big I;'1''!' ��[  a policeman was in Ilia room.    lu'^l0t/  a quick ��� ghuico   at the man on t^1 M' 3  and  tlioii" said,   with 'bostliiiff. UIIJ"-"  tanco; ,...-'  ''(.outgo Fenton, I nrrost- you fyr li1"  murder of Harriet Staules!"   ���    .       ,  '[TO nt: L-o.vri.NL-BD.J j  Oolom-Mms become ���uisuuuw  Hue  Wr t ' l\ i  I        "'' THE MOYIE LEADER,  MOYHO,    B.    0.  A PROMINENT VANCODTEBITE.  "HOW   RAISINS ARE   MADE.  ��T,P Method* of the ��3rai>e Growers ot  Sonlherii  California.    ,  T}i,- gongof workeis moves in a bunch,  cj,p|,iri-,' off  the   translucent  clusters' of  v.,tt.;s,   an-anginj:    tbern    upon    the  ir~v���  to shrink   and  shrivel' under   the  ys  ���f tl.e   bun   into", the  concentrated  '   -cy we know.   Behind them the lines  ���t'cmii.-in,.,,! Iy c  mpoiiiid Ciin  F- J. I'aliitgii, the v/'-ll-k;  K<(hi -:,i or A���,llMi c^  Mr  of  P  ���miton'.,  Mimic Storf-  wnt(S.   -j }laV(j T  "Mhtnai  nowii proprietor  wiooavf-r, B. C  U-c-n a g;��,at sufferer   from  ����>**�� form for over four ve���  r7,ofte��^vu,ghadxo,it��P;^1^5,i;"'  THE  SEASON   OF  FAIRS.  Thi  Ihi  The  H IS I'll- Bw��,n  f,r fa]]s  H'-- ='.i-i.:, f.���   f,.,,..  T!������:-���'.>' ti.ifl.cr ;),���  liut   V.ll.-lt    I'.Wi   ,|     ,  M OU]>   UJj  Jilt   Cj  111]  hv gf.;,},!    Oh, tin's i��  .. I  ,'wtUr,  '. i .'  l.i-t v. ho cares?  0'.-tt,t*r   tlity'l;     bwailow  fairs unci  town  fnirs rind  coui.  g any permanent  game  by Dr.  W(i mo to try lt  ���    It 13  he:. I  'tn-i.i'd mi that the grapes may be cured  ey>y. This is nc-C'uiij.lisbed by two  ,di-ii. "��<���c,;i <'il!jt''' si(!r'> pl'it-iijg an empty  tr,,v over the full one, dexterously M��.  u^.^e i'< t',je"' ^J'O'iug the upper one  ���;i!i tlicin. repeating  j'onn the-row.  cfi;jn?  that   thi  i tie. .'.'-.  l'i,. Kiiib".- is-changing through ruddy  ,,,j to mnethyst, and the .sun warmed  ", i.rf ili'M>,-i "f .honey���doubh* dimiJI-  . ,nv.'i-f they, make you luri^ v. ith a  >t for the red water tank ^i  carrying the  tbe  .process,   on  Hi is at ti)isrj stage in the  grape  is   most   delecta-  AdV, "sh Th,? r "JXirm2- , Mention this pa .^r.  loron  ugeiita.  Chin", h 7.��7.7T1'" " Juiciiherson Co.,"i2l  its1  f((i.  A-,.I tlniM  '*"  *'"-" '<���" w.-ner limit Khini-  lci:;i_  in  the sunlight  -J(J  acres  awny,  ,,.. im^i eat and eat', ami jr0 on eat-  '..ji'.'i   while  your   palate   is   cloying  IF"   *  civi'i'int'SiS.,  ...itlccr week' the diied grape.-* ate  ��� ��� ,- t.u" swi'-at boxes. Thou, wide,  i,.\i- -contain from lf,u to ICO  .. ;i:.-l ns' the niwins  become su!L-  ri-1,.,1 tliey are 'soiled' from tin*  sii.J |i!.i��-ed thereijtj, the iurgc-, p'.v-  .;,.|i is. and the'.'inferior, broken  r: m jurat c boNCs.   These are nsu-  iic-.J to a iiweating bouse, a closed  r'l  !:��� '  ' ffJi!.1  op. '���<  I/-..".,  tic. 7  c;l;. i ���  (at  piA"  tl.'} '  iu..*.' iif. tn which,, they soften - and  n>.-,-:'isA-vHilv. the drying having made  die scai* i-sfi'.-dingJy brittle, or bimply  Msi*i od   i"  '*'���}''   ''oruer  of   the   packing  Very Persevering;.  "How's my diiugbter getting on with  her music?" a.d:i-d Mr. Cumrox as, he sat  down and pulled his trousers up over Lds  knees So ns not to spoil tlie creases.  , 'All she needs is patience." said the  teacher.  "Then she's nil right. If there's anything she posset-so.-., it's pntionce. She's  been six .weekn looking all over lhe piano  with both hnndi for -The Lost Chord,',  and I'm willing.to bet bank Muck against  eiiewifig gum f-hn u-o.-.'f unit till she finds  It."��� Washington Star.  ittr anaji'd on a pbte,  ;r��rnjjticus i:i ci'uri.iicd state  I.-L'S  '.cm  nbtion or corn,  il  tl.e   bkvj   rov.l'  now  S'.llTt.-  erange.  But appK-s blush hri��l,t  And  thi; cattle 'lijoi-  rmhr.T.��.d :��� , ,u,;i anu , f        wir]_  O.i 11.-j chaps t-oiii.; by v.-.ti  And    >.:,c   irottc-rs   sr.d  s: r.i i ti  Are ai-iuiriisjiin^ fUn  Wniic-  piuuder  stun  bund  And ojjlc tlie Udic-s arraved on ll,e stand  Ah, every exiiibil la ailt or in lull,  From   hooktd  iU|f  to   hoi-flesh  ar.d''  all,  Talxeh on a nc-.v meaning, assume? ,i nov  And  id for tbe moment n wonciufnl Ei"lit.  lh'- people l,n!W0-..T  t.u- ^iu.1  tl.M's di-:.l..yed.  They sv.i^ up whole bam-1, of rH h-rnoniue  Ami haik to the fakirt and tumble to snnlti  And lrMt aJ| the youns |>n(;S to mu rWri  They at on the grand Hand, m__ crushed =  the  and  g3^^^S^S^23  ���or rli^ pt-opl.  f.rincf-s  tiiey  f Maine,  i-jrics  to  the  poiiiptin  and  li'ht  man.  ainst  AU shouting acclaim to lhe traMc'a ra*ap'->i  And all ti,c delight is as fn-ih and a. hriL.i.'t  As Uioufjli the biK crowd l,_d ndt seen that  same  Eight.  And  the people Cock home with the dust in their  ej e9,  But win, |.���art3 al! ofin- with fun  and r.ifj,!  A SultnMe t'l-ofc-Mcton.  Tiiter (Siul.y)���! doiVt |;ni,w what to do  with  ihat   boy  of  tame.     Ih-'s  been  two  y<';us   at    the   i=ied,i,:sl   schr.ols   and   st.ll  u>-.-ps ai il���. foot of'his cliiss.  I'.'n in--  of hiti:.���-  'luomptlvi-  T.t-Miis.  ���Make a chiropodist  corner  of  the  grading: and  jiack-  timw :o nvi'int  iiii.', ,  ,   -  Fr.'C and wi/ty expectarafclon lmmodlate-  ; lj relieves'and frees tho throat and lungs  from viscid phlegm, and �� medicine that  f promotes tine is the .Ik>hb medicine io upe  [for eoughs, colds, Inflammation of the  ! Jan^-. and all nffectlons of the throat and  jcheft. This is ,pi*oeSsoly what1 Bickle's  Mriti-ConsumptlvC'Syrup ifl ft specific for,  and wherever used It has given unbound-  led satisfaction. Chlldn.'ti'llke It lx>c��use  [It Is pleasant, 'adults like i,t becau.w It iw-  hievts find cures the disease. -   ,  THB DAfRY INDUSTRY.  IIU'Three Woe*.  V;-:ton in the .Presbyterian cemetery  in I.'.Jyi-i-. !)�����!.. may see iu a distant kcc-  itioij-rif tlit* i*enietei-y, some 40 feet apart, j  ffcrim-- of three .\oung women. They are  jit hi' wives, of Alexander McClyment, a  jfoniu-r avs.irablyman and well known cit-  lizt-i) of years ago.  On theslab of Sarah, who died in ]8ll.  |E,*ii! lil, is inscrihid: ^  "Oh, monster I   My heart is torn asua-  |(!er l-y this ghastly wound."  Ia   INN'   Elizabeth,, the- second   wife,  Sdioil,   nged   22.   and   her   tomb ,contaiua  ronls even .stronger: '  "Insatiate archer!    Would uot one ��uf-  tc<:T\  lint in ,lR2r>.'when Kliz.'ibcth, the tliird  ife. died, at .the tii;<- of %, the* sorl-ow  |lviOvi.-ii YmsYianil  wrote:        - i  "Thv, shaft' foil thrice, and  thrice my  peace' was .���.lain."'  WmM'i Llalfflcm Cares mm in cows.  roveriiiitr-nt  ��i dime, fur  in** Job.  "Well, if you wm l< for the  pnii .������:,��� in bar J lucU here i.s  f)ui:."  "p.ml.s   rnndnm. a  thousand thanks."  .N..\y :.!l i:,f- m Jj.'it you do."  /������-'rrlaiisly.      |   |,,.[p   |j'���,p   ,1;,.  rju���.(,v   j���  |<i:.i:i.iti..n by spendin all !  And   the   ileooh j;,-;  git at oiici'."  creiiftiiv   dcp.mt.'.I  i:"i t::e iieurct ealoon.~Cle\ elan,I  J  .e.m-  A BRAVE WOMAN.  fw a Drunken Husband Was Made  w Man by a Determined Wife.  She v  APATHETIC LETTER.  iI&?^b^T,'��� but 1 ^safra-idhowould  bd��,/rl C^Wns Giving him medicine.  Jor nir,t-n"afrhc1 uunervci. me. I hesitated  feme h,IL week' bllt ono dn? wh��n he  h wefe,K?iy m",ch 'ntoilcatod and  far mi #,,���'"? "^ly all spent, I threw  Iffor* tA /UKl dorermincil co make an  * "rnl^* OUr ll0n,�� '"''om tho ruin I  four���, , T aJi ftU haanrtls. 1 sent for  rlsco'ff"  !,roiai���Pre?c^Ptl0n ��Iul put It In  Ph.id7l-       "s'ig on givi!  Hervoh [vZT'\  so,,,101rhi,1K tluit set every  %y,.'.   '"'}  'wdy tlnu-liiiK with  lioiw and  ���In,    '"'"IO t  1  tlatmh"<-- lotV  '^outh'kii . Iu'v��r has, and I am writing  ���t>��i i VaU tt'r,t0 teU -vou hfw thankful I  *;*forst ei�� "^tly bcli����� it will euro tho  to have on hand if ho should  atl done from his promisos  A  f>utfro, 1,l!U:t ln P]ttln. BPftJctl envelope,  l'0rnnuioiib V1-".g testimonials nd full in-  ^���WinhH-."'S"1111 directions how to tako or  ilpondun'n bamarln- -Prescription. Corre-  Mtl,    a,V? c��"sldered  sacredly  conUdeu-  8^��m���n i IT? t��h0 S-unnria liomody Co.,  B btiecfcr Toronto, Ont.  <"��retii�� Green.  jijU5tr?1tna preen i.s a parish in Scotland,  ���Wc] ^T l'10 lJ01't'01'." where luarriajres  ;^\>' if ��' ,)C1,f"l'I��,'d nccordiiiK lo the  liindi,, hcotl-'-"d. The ceremony was  gii.n,' ,,�� "formed by a layman In the  gillie ni., ."' wl>^��. heiii;; registered,  1-iJ',, ,'s' m lh<-> presence of witnesses,  laeiN,,, >C'ilrod mnn and wife. The first  [Rbnionl n l0 0(n,-i'ited at these��� stranpo  "Ellis' ���ni-Was Geoi'Kc 7Scott, who -beuun  ;]7   "niicensed ministry" about the year  nnd  ^���I'cail"^V ID,U1 who is "'ways looking  tlu�� rich ret |J�� <,f����-'sr��'t-seeni to lie get-  <Jf ���s ,,'���' a11^' taster than.some of the rest  '\V|  "'I'!.  is heV  lv  tld.  ?,|nii"IIerJldWOalhCr pP0Phct-"~cl,,,caR0  ���''s Liuimeiit CurS Distemper.  Interview Willi It. A. Llnh-r, AVIio ifa^  ���riisi lCclurned l-'i-om a Tour ol lnspee-  Caii��� ll��> C'otdjdircf. thu Dairy tnilustrj  of Dimmu-k iiiuL Mitnftoba���Scarcity of  l!(>Ki iu .-Mauituha.  1'.   A.    Lister,    president1 of   U. ��A.  Lister & Co., limited, manufacturers of  cream separators,and   other  dairy   machinery   -whoso   Winnipeg   branch  has  ��ince its inception three years apo been  under  th��  able  management of  Wm.  rfcotr- has just completed  his ��� annual  tour of inspection and returns  to  England this   week.    Being   requested  to  Xive his opinion on   the .dairy industry,,  iu ."Manitoba he said:   "Until the farmers f-o in more for milk  and stock raising the country will never'be on a sure  and certain ' road   to  prosperity.    This  1 continuous wheat raising  is   like   au  unthrifty man who lives on his capital  instead of his interest, and  if  he lives  long   enough   the , poor   house  alone  asvaits him.  Take the farmers throughout the  world aud you   will   find   the  man who   miliAs   cows   in addition to  other branches of ��� his   basinettf is   the  bent off; he has   fho   best   hoiiie,   the  cheapest and best table,   and  the most  j ready money.    In  fact, he   has not- all  j his eggs in one bavket.   This is specially important' in   Manitoba, where ��� the  i wiie.it t\ro/> has* been aud will    lie   subject to certain climatic risks and where  the home demand for the   product of a  dairy farm is increasing  both   in   this  province and British Columbia.    Milk,  cream, butter, cheese, pork, calves, are  all in active demand.  "When I comparu"  this province and  Denmark, both   with   long  and .severe  winters. I am   struck   with   the  scant  provision for keepin   stock in the winter.     In Denmark the cow   stables  are  long,   cheaply constructed,   j'et   warm  buildings with   straw thatch roofs  adjoining the larin house at one aid.  The  dnor from tho houso does not   open   on  tho cows,    but   into   an  intermediate  room   used     for   sorting    all    things  required.     The cows are in   two  rows  hac:J to back, with- sufficient room   for  cleaning   our,   and   sufficient   room in  front, of the mangers   .-or  feeding from  a barrow or trolley car.       The ventil.i-  tiou is lrom the apex of,  tho  roof   aud  tho   tein pern tare   kept at about Gi de-  ��reei   Farenheit.     The   milkers  have  not to go out ia the oold   on  a  winter  morning.    It i3 a   general "practice  ti?  put all milk cows iu   the   stable  irom  October 20 to   May   20.     The  Danish  dairy farmer is.  as  a rule, fairly  well  oil', and-lives  well; they'  mostly  own  their own   farms.    Hand   skimming or  deep   setting   is   now   unknown,   the  cream sepiu'utor is universal; their butter is the finest iu the  world, and commands tiio best price in England. They  also feed a very large number  of- hogs  on   their  separator   milk,   bm-ioy  aud  corn-���thu latter thoy import.  "1 think the scarcity of hogs in this  province is a mutter that cannot he too  forcibly urged on tho farmers, although  fiue pork and bacon can only be obtained where slain milk is available to  mix with hat-Joy, com or damaged  wheat. Many of these things, I am  awaro, havo been told before���bnt old  truths will do with repeating.  "My   firm   started    a   creamery   at  Brandon this  year   and   made   fio.OOO  pounds of batter; the farmers havo been  paid in   cash   for   their   cream  every  mouth.    For JSTovombor  wo shall   pay  them 1!) cents   per   pound.     Wo   purchased tho old court   house afc   Morris,  eqi.ii'.ni*d it us a creamery,    and   put  a  gasoline launch ou the river   to collect  cream from tbo riverside farms'.     This  we have done with one object only, viz..  io establish   tho   business   on   a   sound  basis for the cronin   gathering  system,  and provide the farmers with   a   ready  ciish marktt fi-r their cream.  I am glad  (o hour lrom tho palronsl havo met tlmt'  our efforts even this iirst year hivo been  succos.-'fni nnd much appreciated  "At tha   pr.s ut  moment  Manitoba  is not  taking   full   advantago  of  hor  rn-eat opportunities  for   supplying the  wo?torii market with   cboieo dairy products.  The rciidy demand for fiuo fresh  hotter, and tho satisfactory prices such  ���an article commands  should bo  an_ incentive   to   farmers   to  increase-  their  herds,  to   develop   the   production  o  milk the yoar round, nnd to provide nil  the facilities for  making butter of first  qualltv, and in quantity commensurate  with tbo requirements of the market.  Hie ffirh, hr<:ia|ilir:i,niiii;'ilie lunfs ol  i!ii_- inn-J,  And  < a.l* ate rilM,,,^  Uu; ,;Kl,u iron,  ,1,- v^t.cl;  Ihe liumi* an- dls.-.-n^,^ sU Unry ��r>rl: pin.  WbiJe il.c kid huKK llic JfulMy'jrt^ ih-u- ro j,i_  hi-au.  The palm, cf {he ���.w jj.Km still K|���..v from a -rip,  And thr- woini-n sa- tluiiMrlK ,,.' Ii,,.,,..-^! to Uu  for all of tho tuil.fi in the- ic,,!. ���,.,.P,. tl,lonK  S      The three great vital factors  gj of  this body of ours are tho  heart, the nerves and the blood.  It is bec-fiiiso  of  the   triple  power possessed by Milbum's  lleart and NerN'ePills of making !  weak, irregular beating hearts-j  strong and steady,   toning up  run down, shattered, nervous  systems and   supplying thoso  elements  necessary to   make  thinr  watery  blood  rich  and  red, that so  many wonderful  cures have been accredited to  this 'remedy.  Here is the ease of Mrs. R.  J. Arnold, Woodstock, N.B.,  who says:  '. "1 was troubled for some'  time with nervous prostration  and general weakness, feeling  irritable, debilitated and sleepless nearly, all the time. My  entire system became run  do int. As soon as I ��� began  taking Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills. I realized that  they had a calming, soothing  influence upon the nerves.  E\:ery dose seemed to help the  cure. They restored my sleep,  strengthened my nervc-3 und  gave tone to my entire system.  1 think them"wonderful."  8 BiS^T"0  ^��.  If your fancy is for a Tar Soap you  v/ill find the best in our  1?.  MSIM  (Trade-Mark.)  nuur1  Sold at all Drug Stores.  CREAM SEPARATORS . . .  If you keep cows you cannot afford to bs  without a CREAM SEPARATOR, and if you  want to have the best, most moderate is  price, and on easieat terms, apply to  R. A.   LISTER   &  CO.,  LTD.,  23�� King <jt��� Wiunlpeff,  Dealers in Dalrj  Supplies and Produce, Can-  oliue Eiiffinerf,   Hoi-mi-. Tread   Powers, Etc.  W.   N     V.    314  :.fis  "ih-y'ie  ct s,<_-iii  fur  Ine rnj^j  impatient  Ha-ie met  wirh "ihe fi;  fco Jong,"  A,hiil pr..l f-ltllu'Sroin tbe [.r.-*��s ot  Too   hiiif,   b��   lU-.. crowd  j^innv.-ii,  pass,  A n:oniu/t-tliji'iiil|i_l0'rerjtw llie o)(J u^  A until Ki3sp, j lip toj,h,  "llcllot"  inn "Uood-  by I"  r '  Oh.  rtiia Is Uil- S0a.swi  of fiit-j,  by josh���the *p_-  Swii to lay Oil w,ui Circj! ,  Jtarh fiir 1= Si .Aomfor;  Thi-y're  thii-i.ir1 Mian tiuiriiiL-r���   '     "  Iloorjy for tli* -i-.-istir, c; fsiul , ���  ��� tloliiiau F. fijy iti Li-wislon (Me.) Journal  {UGH  GRADE   PLOWS,    SEEDING   MACHINES,  CarrIage^,   WagoiH,' Uarroiv.s, Wiuilimlis!  fco^   COCJCSUUTT PLOW CO., 1Viuiiipt-ff.  LUCAS, STEELE k BRISTOL  , Importers of Groceries  Wnie ns.'numiito'ii.out.  Circle Tea*    '  L. S. & Ii. Coffee*  I..H.& B. Extract*  L.S.&B.^iiioe��  ana  nerve  PARIS  EXPOSITI  1900  Parties contemplating tbe trip are invited  to write for particulars of personally eon-  dueled or independent totira from Winnipeg  to, TV. HARDWICK HAURISO^7, -  Director, of tlie "Gouin"'   School of Languages and Kepreeentative of Thomas Cook  <$; oon, of London and New York.  Address, 375 Main Street. "Winnipeg.'  l?0RTHEpRJWTER  Made by the celebrated firs*  of Ault &. Wiborg.  i>  Tho latest &nd but.  News, Miscellany,  Sorials, etc,    Blst i&  the world..  Cast by ��__���,"Gat-  ling" Proc��se. Th��  only plant 0/ the  kind in. Canada.  Of all makea and  kinds���new and ������-  coid hand.<-  i ,  o  A Great Ktic-'u malic Jieiuedy.  ^f- H-��.t,:- ^^%' Wi-Der Sfc-- Vancouver,  wrlt-es: "I hac iiuen suffering fr-jmavery  nalnxul attack oi rheumatism in my  right shoulder, and could not attempt to  S".^S. ;n.y,ftriu, so great was the pain,  brrmths Menthol Liniment was applied,  aDd m less than f oui" hours the oaln entirely left it, and J conld use iny arm  freely.    It is trulv a wonderful remedy."  Am lit Undemioud It.  "What's his itaiiieV" \rhispered the  chairman A the inas-4 meeting, who  was slhj'h-ly deaf. -  '".Siiiiti'i." n-iiiieii in;- secretary 'iu a  low tone, "of Uhic.-i.io Lawn."  "Ladit-rf. and .Qeiiileni-'U." s^nf.l the  chai^iufiii I'isiiiic. "u-c* will uosv hear the  \01ce of lu.'ioi-. I l'a\e thi- honor 10 in-  trofi"iH-c,b.-' theta-.vi spi-:iker .Mr. Smith,  tht' .'.veil known A.dr.'^o laumJryuia'u."  -Cliic:i--jo Trtluiue. ���      . .   '.  Minard's Liniei^tes Dipsaena.  I'ltl'lllV    l�� l,flf>   ���lf , --tlrT J��.  Many    farnu-rs   are   krvpiiii;     sheep  this  year for  tho   first  time in  manj  years.   To   a.'J  siu-a   it   ma}   Lo   \\ isi  to  suqijes!,   parni"   the-  hoofs  early in  the   spring,   or  before   they  tire   turned  out  to  [Uthture.    ln  the barnyard,,  alwo.ys   tr..viduiir   on   soft,   fenm-nting'  manure,   tho thivp's  hoofs   grow   to'  Ions-  and     dew-lop   foot     rot  if  ft, h  pastured   on  low,     wet     land.      On  rocky,   hig-h   and   dry  land,   the  sheep  wears    off Its    hoofs    on    the sharp  edges   of   the   rocks.    It   Is   probably  instinct that (caches    tho    sheep    a.t  night   to   seek  a   high  and   dry  place  to  sloop  upon,  ,-     HIGH   LIGHTS.  Wi*e- Sayings   Condensed   for   Very  Busy IleaderK.  Society contains-many  women ' whe-  have' good jewelry aud bad.manners'.  Frequently it is better to"have loved  and lost than never to have lost at all.  If you regard,all annoyances as wholly impersonal, life is no chore nt all.    -  WJien a small boy gets big enough to  run to a fire he considers himself  grown up.  Onlj rirst class people can hold-the  respect and admiration of thoir second  class friends. " '"  1 JLsefore' a woman goes away for the  summer she. always plans what she  ���will do when she gets back.  When" some people get  into society  they are too busy,to attend the church  which gave them their start.  ' It is sometimes so, hot that even the  vainest  woman  doesn't care  whether  ��v ipirtird, d-��poii-leiil, roclarr  limi, t*iily di-couraged, or have sallow complrxjori, moth or  liwcr ipoi*. headache, tioi flatJiet, d��v^ nngs wilder the eyts,  pAsn tn the brtCk cr side, wu.i a drag-fifing or bearinp-dow-*n  cfeclifi**:, dyspc^ij, -dtzzm��<;&, cold Lands anJ feel, pmb and ^  iiecdJei, ��udJt.-n pcspiration, nerviusncn, los* of ��ppo.��trr ��  *\c.t ��lc, *��? will send Sy m^tl freer a CO-cent p-ickflpe of ��h*  famous "GUNAGATHON HOME TREA.TiMi:NT," wtib  full instructions for its u^��. Thoiiwrtd* t>( happy ^omeft are s  bleuin^ the time they heard of this reraerdy- Mrs, G.W. Lake ��  $aj��, "Gunap.ithon 19 orvc of God'���� jfrtatcit earth}y blesS'n^s  !o womankind!" h coit*. noihtng- to give lh* rened)'��- (rial.  Invtiilj^ailon Invited. We gfuamnteo ti will''do all we claim.  Gunag-athon i> truly what its name U-iplies,'*'A Dlessifg to  Women" indeed     Write to-dav.    Address���  Unequalled by any  other'in  Canada, in matter, ^aner and ,  press-work.  AU Kinds for Printers  THE CANADIAN GUNACATHQH j  CO., UMlT��Dfr_WEEuiiDiKc,   :  Dopirtrr.cnl I>. 1M0WO, OMT. |  BY AKELTABLE   FIK3J.  MONEY SAVED IS :VVl'i<�� to us at once for  Mn&PV CADVirn ��^v '^"dsoinf lllus-  U ft fcr tAKfttlJ. trated ��� Catalogue of  GUARANTEED Silvorware'. and buy youi  Christmas presents direct from the factory,  and thereby save iX) cents ou thp dollar,  Nothing is so suitable for a Ghristmus gift as-  a piece of ukoaxt nIlverwa ��:i-:, ;ind  by buying from ns you save the largo profit of  ., .    , the jeweler. We prepdy'all shipping ehareps.  her nose looks shiny or not.���Chicago | Send one-cent stamp for Catalogue.  Boc01''d' ' Kclipe Silverware Co, pa^a  ���nod Guarantee, gnus -ii-itli  TORONTO TYPE FOOIDRI CO.  175   OWEN ' STREET,  WLN7NIPEQ.  Heafl Office:   Toronto.,  PaciQe Coast Branch:, 520 Cor&en  Street, VaacouTer.  Ead-.leck,, June 11, 1S97.  C. C. Richards & Oo. '    ���  ��� Dear Sirs.���MINARD'S LINIMENT  is my remedy for NEUJRALGIA.  It removes at once.  A. S. McDONALTD.  &F~XOTiS���.\ Sit  tvori' iirtide.  THEY   ARE   NOT    VIOLENT     IN  ACTION.���rioiuu   persons,     when    t-h��-y  wish co cleanse Che senmach, resort to ep-  som and other purgative salts.   These an  sptedy in their action, bus serve   no   per  manenc  good.     Their  use  produces  in  olpieot chills, and if uor^ist-.'d in tiicy in  jure the stomach.     Nor do they act upoi  the intestines in a beneficial' v.ay.     Parmelee's Vegccablu Fills answer all   pur  poses in   this   respect,   and   have   no  superior.  TTl;;!i!y  Accoiriiili.Hlied.  '���Is yon;- friend an exjiert hand writ-  rj�� wiiiU's^V" inijiiiivd oueuspeciator at  !!t':'::cs. , -    '  "No." answered the other. . "EIl��  doesn't (.���(..iiiine l-.u'nselr' to hand writ ing.  He's .-ii: all round expert. Lie can terf-  lify or.: any sn-,- of a iM.se." ���Washiujr-  ioii Srar  DoHcriblnf: ft Battle.  "We'tire surely not going into battle  with such a small amount, of ammunition as this!'' exclaimed tbe new recruit.  "Certainly," answered the Filipino.  "There is uo use of carrying any dead  weight. We get as close as'.possible tc  tho enemy and shoot once, and Hiod  we run like mad to tell Agr.iualdo  about our victory."���Washington Star.  oiv^vw^^mm-  Jf yon e.-iiiiiofc nitenil the Winnipeg Business CoH��*ire just noiv, do not waste your  r-voniiigs at lioiiie. We can give your iostrnc-  I-10113 in somo's.iliject by mail.  Write for descriptive catalogue. r  G. TV. DONALD, Sec   ,.  These two desirable qualifications, pleasant to lhe taste and at the same time effectual, nro, to be found in Mother Graves'Worm  Exterminator.   Children like. it.  FMunniu&r 11 Duj-'s CiiiniiaJ��-n.  "Vou don't fliiut to ask fur no coid  victuals today," shid Tuffold Kiiutt, who  had picked up a si ray paper and was  lookinsr over the market reports.  "Why not':'" aaUed   Mndleinh Mildnde.  " 'Cause you won't iiit iii-ihin but gie.'n  eant'KijH-s. They wn:'. sellin ut -1 cents a  basket yisterday."���t'hi.-i.^n Tribune.  Sinaril's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  The Clicerful rdlot.  'M.T-.t men." said the platitudinous  "are'itiDi-e amenable to ridicule  ea.-.m."  hoanler,  than t->  -��� -;,!-,!'  la.'.v are luc'i!-:* c::-i!v j:iiy.-il  tirin  -Indian-  --;A.i  tin1 cl-ri'l :'ll!  idiot.-  ri'.al  N'ot  Esscntinl.  Because a'man has been a friend of  the poor once in his life that is no reason why he should forever remain  poor, just to show his sympathy.���Dallas News.  Summer Colors.  "LooU nt that girl yonder with & red  percale waist."  "Yes. nnd a red percale complexloa."  ���Chicago llecord.  AU  Al��n��!-��1  for  i'liJItirtelijlilfi!  ��� "1'ieh and pi-or nlihe follow my humble  calling." leiaarkeil the train announcer  ns the crowd in the waitinj; room rushed  aboard the I.onelyville aeeoiuuiodatioii.���  Vhihulolvhia Ueeoid.  Any Oui;- Cim no Tluit. of Coorte,  "Well." said the old gentlemau to  Lis son. '"you have failed in every line  o\~ business I have set you up in. Is  there anything you ihiuk you can do?"  "Oh. yes;'* replied the boy carelessly. "I could probably write a play."���  Chicago Post.  Anotlier Reason.  "Uncle Josh, don't you know'you are  standing In your own light when yon  oppose the good roads movement? in  tho snving of horseflesh and couven-,  ience in getting your produce to market  when you can sell it-for the highest  prices good roads would pay what they  cost, many times over."-  "Mebby so, young man; mebby so.  All I kDow about the roads is that I'd  like to have 'cm rough enough and  muddy enough to keep the durn candidates from coinin cut here and bother-  iii the life out of me."���Chicago Tribune.  Sad to see people  advanced in years  suiTei'iiigfi-oml.-ac'k-  ache, Lanio Bafk,  Urinary Troubles  and Kidney Weiik-  nes>i.    A   link-   old  // ST \~y\ \V? age, freo from pains  l\   \  I       aml at'J'es. can only  B\ \Jbv  hoattaiui-d by keeping th* kiduovs right and the blood pure  DOAN'S KIDNEY PILI  bofridnd tho nged by freeing thorn from  pain and correcting all Disordors of the  'Kidneys and Urinary. System. . ���    .  Mr.  Thomas Ash,   an  old resident of  Kenfrew, Out., spoko as follows:  "I am 72 years of ago, and have been  troubled for a number ot" years with pains  across my back. . When I would _ stoop  overlt gave agonizing pain to straighten  up. J3was so bad that I could scarcely  walk. I have taken many kinds of medicines" but got nothing to holp mo. Being  i-eoouimondoci to try Doan's Kidney Pills  I got a box. After taking threo doses.I  noticed n great change for the hotter,  and I can how get around as smar^i as a  cricket. I can split my own wood and am,  in faot,. just like a aew man. "  AN END TO BILIOUS HEADACHE.  ������Biliousness which is caused by excessive bilo in the stomach, has a" marked  effect upon tbo nerves, aud often manifests itself by aevero headache. This Is  -tho mosc distressing headaeho one can  have. There are headaches from cold,  from fevor and from othor causes, but the  most- excruciation of all Is the bilious  headache. Parmelee's Pegetablo Pills  will euro It���cure it almost immediately.  Id will disappear as soon as tbo Pills  operate. There is nothing surer in the  treatment of bilious hoadncho.  Al tern (live  and   Business.  The uncertain rewards of literature  were never more clearly set forth than  in ihe following (as the poet assures  us) "original lines, which wer? dashed  oft' between meals:*'  Many a rnun on the road of life suceeeJi  where  another fails:, A.  Johnny   iM   writiri   stones,   tn   Billy   is   splittin  . rails;  Joining   Is rnakin a name an fame, he says, while  the years roil on,      .  But  Billy is  maliin  money, an  Cilly'a supportin  Joliiil  ���Atlanta Constitution.  When all other corn preparations fuil, try'  Holloway's Corn Cure. No pain whatever,  &nd no inconvenience in usiiiK it.  ColTee and  Kkk.  A cup of coffee may be inndo very  nourishing for an invalid if a w-ll beaten  ejjg i�� stirred into it and a little cream  added. Mix loj-eiiier tiu* 02;.^. sugar and  civani. then pour hi the hot coffee jjri'adii-  ally. whipping it with a silver fork. Taken in this way, the coffee is almost as  good as a meal for au invalid.  I  Australian savages eat the green ants  raw. They stani|> upon an ant bill until  tbe ants run up their legs, when they  scrape theiu off as fast as they come up  and transfer them to their mouths.  "D��h!�� Snlil th*. Victim.  "So your neck pains you?" said the  physician.  "Yes, terribly!" wailed the patient.  "Sorry, sir, but I can't help you. I'm  not a specialist in rubber."���Detroit Frw  Press,  Lake Ontario Is 1247 feet above the  ocean, Erie 573, ilin'ou 0S1 and Superior  GtW.  CAN RECOMMEND IT.-ZUr. Enos Born-  berry. Tuscnrora, writes: '���! am pleased to  say that Dn. Thomas' Ec'-ecthic Oil ii all  that you claim it to be, as we have been  using it for years, both inleinallv and eternally, and have always received bene tit from  its use. It is our family medicine, and I take  great pleasure in recommending it."  so mr PAY CASH 1  Pay in SCRIP for Dominion Lands and  SAVE A LARGE  DISCOUNT.  For  Prices and  full   information  apply to  Alloway & Champion,  BANKERS  AND   BROKERS  Winnipeg.  Or to any office of the MERCHANTS' BANK  OF CANADA, or the UNION BANK OP  CANADA in Manitoba or the West.  It is the coffee that  never fails to give absolute satisfaction.  ��� The seal which it  bears is a guarantee  that its purity and  strength have not been  tampered with, and that  it surely is  Chase & Sanborn's  SeaS Brand Coffee  Wi  px-:-.  Ml  0000  THE MOST DURABLE  ON THE MARKET. i   <���*  .'��V ,  1  1              r      '  ..'  P  ^'  -    .  ' " "l  > ;    /  p    ]  ' ,5  7,  .         r ^  , '!  i 4 ' '��  3 4��     I  '   ���)  i      '    ir  f    * >,  ' V  'l     v '  , ' i  1% .1  i'  T1*  Vi, i   .; * . .->.;  A,      ���*    ,!'!]  '���>! *      S'  '   ?  1'.  '-I|   ,. '  'I  ���] {;,'<����� j  .��    ��, 1��. ,  ���tfV'v}" ���!  l    f     I ' il  A "  ft'  ;  i W|   I   ,    '     . i,'  1 Ml-. Il 'l  yy:'y-  '��     jj j -,  J  . .i:',,;  ,'i  * 'j  ?_>  ��� {;.:,' - i    j  <fth   ^    i  i ->* 'i '  .#"   A''  ' thi".r,V'' v*  j1^? rj",'(.,��, v  ^l-i'ijiU-i', L>  s -ty ,1*j i  �����    {1  SV?A  '-a-:'  i  --,'1  " ?''  I < >  Aip^lH.;; 'PA  '  tmy0im 7  ,7||f||7||7  : AAiAAy^'A '7  ''ftfet7!7377Aa| "'���������'  :...mm*mA-i.--7,  , -.   it\./.+j.���ltV>,---''i.,:7-."is..    -   ,  A.p^��|:'^7|;^  3iHiiii,.:  A:Ajjrjif;|$AA;��;47'   ���  'iteiP^i'7-;  ^iS^Afi'^tJAHl'". 7'  ���4f$k^'.:  ::|:gi|7$|773.  immtmyy ���-.  fllill,3^  WAS:  fiiAf ��j,i/'  37f? ���  A:-;va  i 7��  A7>;  '  '771.  'a- ,a7a tfti:  ;v^'7^'i|..-.  ���A3t.'A3  .gave;,. 7  .-east-'a,;  i'-:bett77  .l.oniy:-].  77 the 77  A" ejre:3k  7A the V  '���' :' ma A,  .'.' in:.v77  3 '  ktH  Published in the interest of the people-  of Moyie and gast Kootenay.  1L���L MOyjE * BICTfi? I** ^a**a ��-|M. MclNN  *MYXH & aiUSGRAVJC,  I'utilUliers.  1 *. ���* -  ^TOSEPff NTflII>EKSTAI>T. l>foj>.  Lager beerjsold  by the  Keg or do^en  bottles.  peasritt.'nf^wwTt'HWi *��w.iii  fcrili��-i-y^... .-  ���V^I.J-1 .u    > ^,r^;^*i  ���J'rfCK;  f  /OixiCE.-:   ^1^: ,9/ (Commerce Bldi  'Ono Year   RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION,  ....?2.00.  SATVRVAy,  NOV.  26, 1899.  pottled��Beer  in Stocky , ���  CRANBROOK,  *W     '   '    ��1      11 1 1 m  B.C.  1 iwnisiumm-i  iiiiiisii��iim��-  Wheq. ihe people of Moyie eaj' ( they  have t^e bjggiestf. s/lyer-lead nnne in  Briti��^ .Columbia at their doora it is  jio idle boaal.  Odtside Orders Given Strtet Attention.  Notary Vvsije, Ax&ouis-  ITAN^     GQitSMfgSlQpt ^f!})  jTKSHHAKCfi A-GE^'T.  Moyie, B, 0,  Wholgs&le   and  Retail Bi;tch.ers,  & % IPark,  f^Vfe  SHOPS   AT  ���^WgWBWt^w  0E0R6E JOHNSON  W. F, aFBB,  AIJl ^iji^ of pough ani| j  DjT^^sed Lumber, Sash  Boore ^nd ghing-les,., j  ,   i       I'OJt   1'Hfli^   iyi'f./  (tU  rlflTB  "'Plain beeffiteat, $1.50. Coffee and  ���cfemgiinute, 50 cents. Three egge; $2."  "The foregoing extracts from a Cape  Nome restaurant bill of fare indicate  that, the necessaries of life cowhand ,  fancy prices in that much talked 0/|P��ak����iook.  district. . I- ���  Assayer and  Metallurgist,  BARKISTJSli, 60r,HCET01t, ETC,  CRANBUOOK,  B. C.  Oranbrook Mojie Warmer  9^9  Aforus,   ji. c.  9/RMUIR. M^r,  jsc  BEST   W   TH^   WORI.B^^^  ��m  -O-  B. jC.  =55  It sometimes happens Ifrat journal^  ism is tljp fitenpifljg .etoue  to grpater  things.   ��uph is the c*��e  jyjt]j J. C.  Dreary.    Jfot jnjiny ^apa ��.go p^-ejyry  ws^e a reporter on a daily paper i{\ To-  rqi^ito.   In tho   Gapa.cjty  qf.  tpayish'u'g  pprresppndflnt lie 4riftei$ Iq Jiqsgland  aji4  Pepwre^ interests' itj epwq q[ the  lpacjjng propertiec of the camp. Stocks  went skyward oud Drewry found Ijim-  Bfilf  vrealthy.   geven tnpnths q.gb ho i ��epairing ^oatly and  Promptly  Became to Moyie and ^secured, mining]        eoufcad,   Special XtUntlcn Given  property.    ��asfc   week   his   syndicate j        to 3fail Orders,  amalgamated with the owners of  the  McVittie & Hutchison,  Fire apd Jyife assjaraeee. l^p.    ���,  Brokers, Lund Surjt'eyora and  Fort Steele growing Co/s  LA0EK OT^R.  St. Eugene apd the company was  capitalized at $3,500,000,. It is now  said that Brewry's. interests in . this  company alone , are easily worth  $500,000.  Suit�� Made to   Order.  c*��vn~  Taking   all  things into consideration. It is no   doubt   beetter  that tbe  companies controlling the Sti JJugene,  Lake Shore and Movie and  Queen  of  tbe   Hills mines bave    consolidated,  thus putting these big sllvei4 lead pto-  dtioers into the laands of a company  tfbich is the largest oi its kind in B the  entire 'pioyince.   The St. Eugeno and  Moyie, and Qlieeh of the liillc arc bo  situated Ibiit they   Can   in   time  be  Worked to better advantage  through  tiio tunnels of the Lake SjhOrfej drid the  .Lake Shore"   is   greatly   enhanced   in  value by being amalgamated with   the  bthef  twd   pi;b']3eHie8.   therefor,   h  was to the mutual benefit of the cotil-  pahies to cbrisdlidtiisbi   Another good  feature of tlie dfcai  lo  Uiitfc  tlie  fiiili^  at the St-. Eugene" will  eVBiitUiiliy  be  abandoned and aii bJibrUlittiiS   Will be  harried on frcJfh   tfab   iBfrht   iii wiiibii  bafib tide lidtfel ksepgfg jiiicj  Hibi-blldiits  will he  gredtl^f  baHeiitud  aad  Hie  lo^-fl will b'b   iriatgrialiy ihcrfeasetl in  Population.  Ui��a_ii__^________  ��� Architect,  Contractor  ami  ' 4  Builder, ' Completet  plana  Furntshed   apd   ^tlnaates  ��� Given on all kin'da;of ,'^york  free of charge.  Moyie, B, o.  THE  POST  OFFICE  P&VQ ABp JSy^ONKSV &x<onE,  Patent medicines, toilet  articles, oflice- stationery  and flchqol  supplies, .,..,-      ���        ,        j  i fenj-vg te?ni*Yt if you mm a j^ajt WftyP   ^Beo^use It has the' Pure Malt Fia^r  ^k & IP *��<? ?. mil }# , geared for * ttVW-  PIf(OBc��l��tj and Drug;gjit^  >��OYIK. B. e  -"      ��� vJJfl" wv  FOKT STEELE, B, G.  "t J'.'mi  'f^r��^^^^7^ *P{? HA-nxxix^ ^xyix -ms-i^rf^ ipnvntxntt it^TZ  WHua  ft  =w  w C^iVjfBBfiQjt: Qau<   at j^jg  Foi- youi- outfit.   The larg&st etock in  East tCootenay, , A'  &E��D & CO.j  Cha-Nbrook, B. C.  WHITE LABOR  1 By Sending Your Wprk'fo tho "  Lake Shore Laundry.  iPttlLlt COtfRAD, _?koi..  GOOD WOKS.'  i'RlCi!d   llriA^O^AllLft  BOOTS AND SHOES j STORE.  Repaired and Made to Order.  R.!A.iSMITH,      Moyie.  MOYiE   CLOTHiKG ,CO.'s   GT6RB.  And a&i the, largest stock in  East Kootenay. We have  everything you require in  shelf and builder's Hardware,  paints, pilsjfglass, stoves and  > tinware. Tinshop in conneo*  , .tion, ^  G. H. MLNJEil, Prop,,   CKANHRookr  NEW JEWELRY  TO-  ���  COSMOPOLITAN  l mm  ��  Tim only  faousc   in   Em Kootenay *l  Justed ttirou^hottt wiHi ivotair. "< {  First, clsten in Ofery resp<-ct. Special  mien 10 bourderu. ' Qood earn pic room  for commercial men.  European plan,-  Open day and night. !  *  ��  -������������ , 1  aaiALr/A .wsqiuve, p  r��pj.  f        '        P        j okanbrook; --. B.c,/  BBS  KESDI.T OF BAfet^  MtAItitiAtJiiS;  For the behest Of .dny  ybUhg  pfer-  a   ftbas^in Moyi'e aiiiicl'ed with that  nlai-  litly known   as  love,   ihe  JjEaubk  re-  btibiishes the following from the" New  .-.���'��� Seii^er Leage:  The ishilosopber teils Ua  that  early  Wfediiiugg &re tlie parents of  early  di-  *0h\l\ ftiid  Iii}.   ]8   undoubtedlV   true  WlilBre tliVdftJg   {^ 'tf\'e   ek?y   and  ac-  ,  HbJJlUd   PeiiiBciy   hii-   all   matrimonial  MiriiiJliOnS. , A.tiierlca i's   itft^ictcd   with  .     kfehliih'ental i'ullu'eh^i.    Sentirheht  in  7  H. go'dd thihg"; feU i&   Vanila;   bttt  they  .arip   bcJllr   nothing   hut   HavofB.    All  bake iliitl hb bread Will  nbt  do.    kob��  ������Witter  is     sWii'-U-r     Unliv -LidlUitrger  t'iif*bse; blit the cheese is   hS'dYe  bseful.  Tiook at th.ll Vdung p.iir hi��iitlhg  hive I  '-������ iui X'lii^uridu-s   ,]in'rior.     Ar'e    tln?y  liiiiifiii^   of   UVc   fUt'tlref   See   those  two PilUHHiilg, lind turning their -nloni  iichs into'' IcMjFiJiiu* fre.'eJ'iijrs.    In1'.thi*v  "dreuiiiiny df \viiiit:iB ibWui.f    V'bliiig  people fiiciiihl be   nimib   W ' ij.'j   their  fc'Oiihlng   in   a    retA.il    grocery.    Tlie  hams-,   bucdrij   t'pii   niii!   coffee   would  keep in view ilie   pnu'ti'c��ii   Und. Snore  tend'irintc;   side   nf   mii-vrik?   IS ft*--ihe  1 g.bdyi-y   biili���' Setitihi.ht liiiigbS'  on  '. Uigeslibu;    Yoiijn.iay as well try to .be  intellectual with' ah   inrJijity  head tir  respectable  with   an   empty    pricket.  We   should Vprescribe   for   lovo   eick  ���young   people   an   extended   diet of  bauerkraut.    \Vb attribute the prover-  bli'-l   happiness   of   German ; married  , Jifc Is tins union uf perfume and  cabbage.   When qingle, ptay ed or economise for the future.   J,n time of peace  'prepare   for   )var,    Will   "what    will  keep   one   keep'1 two?'.'    Certainly it  will keep tbeto���hungry,    ^ove ia not  ft licurt afl'ection, it is a brain   djg^e,  an insanity wljosp fteyh^ i'_|. toq' Qftgn  ft stuffy, little, third story, back roopi  with   horsp  Jjair'-- furnituroi   a "QQt\  B!f'?a Our Home''on the wall, and  no  vi*'it'.�� but babiofi and collectors.  blirl_tft_a_   Is ttdhiin^i     Get  ^otif pictures  takeu   id  smid  liaiUd.   m$8i\  Hie   faholo-  gfai5h_r, frill mi  Aioyia   S  . _   Uah    RalUHJitV-.     ^ldfihlitht  jiietlifta titkeh at  Uib  Moyie  b;;. al   .'bttr   fbtjm" ob house  I&aVfe .y-oili* ohlfers   at t>hr_e  ^"o HniB to delay*.  ,.    , ��iK>logfaph&F_i.  Crin1)r6ok-,     Moyie,      Fort Seelc.  Sherlock & BFemner,  A. FULL LLNE OF  CRANBROOX B. C.  High grade watches a specialty. A nice line'of engagement and wedding ' rings,  broaches, blouse sets, bracelets, chains, etc. Orders by  niaf.1 solicited. ' All work  and goods guaranteed to give  satisfaction*  _  Drygoods, Gents* Furnishings, Boots  and Shoes, Crocker^ and Glassware,  Q-rocerios, Flour, Hay; and Oats.  ���  Letter ohdehs i��hoMPTi,v ArrFiS-nitD to  J*Jircfi��   RIGHT.  tel&* H *Mutehr White *& free  frStti MiWB.    It must also bfc perfectly  grtS&t ahd ibgf* and teve clear cut  IJater Bubaondj. The economy of their  fhT^l13. HH^Wes .ehables them to  f^.B^s' Quality biaraonda for le*��  tfidn what ts usually aaked for lower  grades.  if St^P r ^. - a la b^fet to Return  if not. satisfactory. .      .  jyf?Ae ,fPf "��U*?a'tjra'ted cita'tegue  MOVIE,    EASTKODTENaY-.B. 6,  the above h'oliel is  ��� .   ueatlV  furnished-.  Board $5^0 per w^ek  Pe^ day $1.00 and up.  thb bur is supplied with  the best'bran'ds of Liqu-  hf�� ail'd OigilVji. ..-.-. .. -.  Steele JBefcantlle  COMPANY. (MMiTKn.)  W, F. TATE,  CRANBitdoic, Bv C. vjJsWfcLEH.  THE   LAKE  SHORE  Barber Shop.  Corner Victoria at>. fchd Queen's av6-,  W. A. ttAMi..��t>Nv i'rop:  -��Km  ptftMMtfaMlf  w*>Twa>ii��mtafci  A  /^n  w  ;n  U  BREWEJRf,  -J*a^---"   "��� thiy.  DORA     &   BUSMNER  Are cutting 20t) cbftis of  wood to supply the town  Oi Moyie. All- tehgtho at  R'easotiable b'ricea. -  MOYIE,  is     keo^I  AND  BOTTLES;  ���llBKWKRS  Ot~���i  j' FIN"!! LA&Ell   BJE'EJi  AlStl) POfeTEIt 1 1 .  t)l{l)KHB   PltOMl'TLY   ATTKNI)K1>  T��)-.  O  R. rVie tdfgr1 and 0��., Props.  KlELSONJ. B. C  isiWMMmfli  ���4SS&fia4Us4M  IMS  DCrXirraiinra  Dlamondi  Sterling Silver  .W��lchei,ete..  .BlRrtaiiUsLDlW  .   , MONTREAL  iiis  LiTcTrellerrw Hl�� EieellVjici-  theEtrlefWintb.  issss;  W"t' Wrry yM',,._ti; 'lines 6f  Men's FUi'nisii-  ihg&r SodtS and  iShoes. Groceries  ahd LiquorS; _ .  M.P.II rjfilMr, Viyerit  i'oinpt  At!etitti-?ii.  OHIU.'yi^G:  -,#i  r.  Wart! ii Br.  Prices Given  and Orders  T^ken on  Good  r/iwhiug,   No ohemjcAlM   ueed.  F��eo�� heap cheap,   ^oar Moyie hotel.  t$ tb�� ?y|itttw.  CPfT^M QF aA^i?A)  W^sh, Iron   nod   Parn ;Firef Olaw.  Pnceppheaportban anybody.'  CANADIAN PACIFIC  MaiLWAY  ' ASb soo^rAcii^fc line.  ^ASf and  WSST  To nil poinia.    ^iV^   l!\f  Only  direct*  etirViub fi,i:��� f��� _,-  -KOOTMAY      OOFNTRI  ThrrtUgl. first t-Jasa ftfecpor dnf.y  :WittHd TKitt, Kootenay K-iiuliug. 'lV.br-  |8tc,.r8iM-���M Medicine- ttal daily foi  bt. IrtuI l-ndays for Montreal nb,}  J^��^Sl,11<JayS and Wtixlncsdaya ;Tbi  ,",'���'_;-; Vjjaily ���:.jrfti.isv.,:-:  XI :251^.,.;,. MDYijri: ;,... Ive,^ |J  for Oilfury tod fidmontiSb, and   dltij.y  CnSrde ^ m ftJr '^U  Point.' ��  Connect on dmly at Kootebay. Land  iUK for all poi-ntfl  in   Wfesl 'KootKWv  Slocan  and  flohiidary didlriS, iSf  THKOUCHi TIO^TS IS8UJED and  BAgGAGfK O'H^OKBP TO  DESTINATION.  Olieftp ^Rtes t�� the. Old. Couflfry.  Apply fo>- Rn'tM,.M9p? Timo curds, T-ickott (.nn  Aoont, or  QtA: 6��^, Agent, Moyeiie.  BOBBItT   mm,   Tr^omnmr  W.K.ANDBWON.:;   :-       R, j, .Oom  T.P.A.N01WB.      A,G|jr,Al.v4nC0Wr  FOR MNl  ADDRESS  Oo-j  NELSON".  Contractor ��wd Builder,  TL.VK/3     ANP   SPKCITOATIOK-SI  fURN1PHKP KXlRP Oli1 PNAlin  Contohipiftiirtf liiill'^nffirni'l**'^!! B  b iiBiirc on (in�� oflnlnit'l-*.   ��r--ii" mjII.  MOYIE and 0RANBXlO($r.  Pu  Oolopfl'htishecbme tiistjouT^fe-ir : 7;-r  PSSM^M^S?1S1^

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