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Array 'l -i__��^  VOL. 4, NO 26.  MOYIE, B. C._ .OCTOBER 12. 1901.  S2A YEAR  6     ��  WE HAVE STILL A QUANTITY OF  ft  ft  ��  ies  >  a g -U  TO CLEAR OUT AT COST  A Partial lint  's -f. <r_ -  ? 5 a ��_   '  A *t |  || fe  o I Hi  li ft  Prints, Cottons, Underskirts, Gverskirts  Underwear, tlotton Hose, Summer Cor  sets. Some beautiful patterns in h'o-ht  Dress Goods.  ft  -ft  In gentlemen's lines the finest stock of  1 "boots,in Moyie.  m  m  fa  jft  m  [ft  'ft  Light .uhdorwf tr.from To r-,[s eayh  Summer,bats from 2-joIs up  Cotton hose from 15 cunt? up.  'iui up.  ���   JsL  COMPANY.  ___:  That Union Men Are  Working Bmie&7~  LQ.CAL    Ni  :ws.  itf mm  Brewers "Will Sot Sell 'Him  BeeraM Livery Men ;  Eefuse to Rent  Him Bigs.' '  ��  CANADIAN' BANK   OF  COMfflEUC.  Paid ,tfp;;CapifcaU$S,003,030.   S_S  IS, MG  .*    v fX   X  O  A  O f '     I i  \3SI". A. arAO-KEManJ/Px-ooriolor.  The ^otsJL fpif. the -, masses,   li\ioTjhvxi.pr. First  in every- respect.    Sample ^Rooms for  Commercials Men. _  ; MOYIE, , t  British Columbia.  Boi.Uu.1, Oct. 9.���1'nrJ stilom.ml  made today ('hat tinny union ���,_.;,.  who lnul acomne', v,'i>h , tho La J.oi  com puny wlnm the .tribe, commenced  return-d to woik this morning is  nullue, according to tbe secretary of  the miners' union, who'stales this  evening tliat tbe men in question' had  not and would not loturu to-- wo:k  until the strike is settled.  A great many rumors have been  current on the street today'000041-0 ing  aifjir,_ at the Le Roi company's,oliice,  the stale of the company'Ii books and  other minor mailers, but. the stories,  while not lacking interesting detail--,  are not confirmed sufficiently for  publication. ., ,   , .  , The. supreme court, sittings  opens  tomorrow  mom ing.    Mr.  Gillan,    as  'counsel, for  Thomas  "Beamish,   today  obtained an  order  irom   Mr.  Justice  Walkem calling ou tlie c.own to show  cause why tbe conviction made by the'  ,. i ' J  police  magistrate, and  continued    by  County Judge Leamy should   not 'be  set aside.   Tbe mailer will come  at the sittings ou Friday.  tnsrkness, a saloonkeeper,  who   has  ope.ned a.,bar for Ihe.Le lioinon uiiion  workers, baa bad,r..Uh.f a  bard   time.  The brewers will not sell him beer and.  he has beeu forced to _jo lo  Northporl  for tbe liquid.    The liverymen refused  bim a rig, and generally he has   been  given the cold shoulder. Yeattadayone  uui'in man went, Up tlie hifl-for" work,  ;nairing two now  em ployed, of whom  Work id progressing favorably, on  the new school house. ' The sides are  up, tbe roof is on and the work of  shingling in nearly finished. J. M.  Lindsay has the contract for lathing  and plastering the building.  i Victoria and TavislOek streets are  much improved' in appearance' after  what work lias been done oh them;  A good portion   of   the  St.. Eugene  flume is being covered,  - .Men's Mackanaws worth $5.00 how  selling for Jji'-i 50 at Gilpin's.  ' Mr**. Whitehead has returned' from  her trip lo the Northwest territories,  County   court     will"   convene    at  ".Tort ytceic on October lGlli.  G. T. "McGregor, who' is now in*  Winnipeg, has so far recovered as to  soon be able to return home. Tie is  expected here in "about two weeks'  iini.-*:  Iiuv. C. M. Tate gave a magic lantern  entertainment here Thursday evening  and had a very(good crowd.  Men's and cbildrcus clothing at your  own .price at.Gilpin's.  Gold Commissioner 'Armstrong' was  in towli Thursday evening and held  small debt.?: court.  Lowis Thomson was up on"' Weaver  creek thi.*. week looking after some  iron'claiins in which he   is  interested.  -Mrs. C. E. Hanniagton and Miss  H-ino lug ton were here this week on ia  visit. . ,  ��� t  A. F.Geddes,' manager of Gilpin's  store at this place, will soon move to  Elko and open a clolhing and .gents'  furnishing  store.    He  has ahea'dy  a  The Ground Will Be  Laid Out at Once.  WORK TO START SOON  Brick ig Being Turned Out  at a Eapid Rate'By  .Early Bros., the  Contractors.  F. P. Hogan, Senator Turner, L. S.  Au'stiu, E. D.' Saunders and -M. H, M'c-  Jvinzie', of'Spokane, arrived this morning and left'this noon for Marysville  to lay out the smelter 'site. It is the  intention of the company to push the  work of construction, as rapidly, as  possible, and they expect to complete  the building by nex^February.,,  'Tlie company will also install a sawmill without delay, aud commence the  the.'work of getting out, lumber from  the immense limber limit** they have  in the vicinity of Marysville.  .S. W. Early 'made a flying (trip to  Trail List week lo get a pulley needed  on the brick~~m1i'chine, the ori'e in, use  being too large. He secured what be  wanted, and now everything is'moving  along in Title ni03t satisfactory manner,  and brick'is being   turned' out   afc   a  Vew St. JSusene Residence.  Manager Cronm's new residence at  tbe St. Eugene is finisned and will be  occupied by Mr. Cronin and his family  in a very short time. A carload of  furniture, carpets, etc., arrived this  week from Spokane, and are being put  in place. '  The house is one of the most palatial  and comfortable residencies lo be found  in  East   Kootenay.    The   rooms    are  large and well lighted, and are finished,,  with paper of the very latest patterns.  "Ju each room - a , different , shade jof  paper is used and on the whole it has a  ver}'   pleasing effect.. There are  two  parlors, dining room, kitchen, a private  office, two   bath   rooms and   six   bedrooms.    In each parlor   are   iwo  fireplaces fitted with   bropze grating  aud  handsome,oak   manteh,  and .with   a  hearth of glazed   tiling.'   The  grating  and    mantels    were    purchased     in  Chicago.    Water is carried in pipes to  both Jloors,   and    the   house   will   bo  lighted-throughout with electric lights;  There are   also  a   number   of  clothes  cbsets, huen closets, etc., in the house.  In such a   residence .Mr. and   Mrs;  ���. ' ,r     *      '  Cronin will   be   enabled   to   enjoy   nil  'the comforts'of a home iu a  city, and  it is indeed pleasing, to note' that   they'   ���  intend,making Mo3'ie their   home   for  some lime to come. '  rapid  rate.    Tne    ditch    constructed  store building erected which   is  1S..40 j fiom Mark creek is carrying  water  in  up  -?**^-  Lftr-ro* sample loom .- iny connection  with liouse for commercial men. J3est  of accommodations. ,  :'"i i  At a lar^e-meeims,' oi union men last  night, no sign of breaking was visible,  and the men appear very confident, of  Headquarters'for Com;n3ncial  arid  Ntln'mg^Wien.  m  : '       -- /   ' . :      /ft  , Sj��    QUEKK AVEMUE, ��� ��� ��� MOYIE,   B.C.      ilv  ^^^*^*^*^*^'__r-^>^-^'*r*>^!r->��-'r' **F. Jr.^ifr-leF-&..<*'' jiO'.^.jP'. ^_S_-&'K_*  J ?*.   *^"^*>e_->ik->^-^'H!Jk.>5S_."vSl_.>��Sv.>atv. -^r_j>>ip��'"*�����_���'���'i.'^ili'^ek* >%.*>*��.*^t!_* '-^���^a.'^V.'*'-*  gMl___IV_U_WII_HWj^il_Ui|4,w^KS>c_w_B_a__i  Our New Line of fall Clothing" For Men  And Boys deserved all the praise that  can be bestowed on them. With the  variety and style we can mate every  man and boy in Moyie into a walking  fashion plate by securing one of our  shapely suits.  S."SEGE SUITS  'he old standing serge. Nothing  ^'tor to wear. Nothing looks so well,  behave more variety this fall than  c'v^r, Thy old time worsteds are also  10 bo found, amongst, them, Prices  nt;M." They're higher elsewhere. *  Oiliest Priffi  TWEED SUITS,  In every good cloth. Made, well and  cut well. Not, made .to sdi, but to  v/oiir :ind look swell, it will p.iy yon  to look them over.  Our Picadilly suit, is made especially  for winter wear,  pl'  Walker on I._boi' Situniio'ii.  \Y. J. \\Talker, editor of the Freemen's Labor JouVii.il of Spokane, was  here this week and addressed the  citizens and members of the miners  uuion at tbe ball ThursJay evening.  Mr. Walker   held   the attention   of  his   audience  for over an   hour.    He  put fort ii good  argument in    favor of  organized    labor,    and   cited   several  instances where    the   hours   of   work  were shoilened   and   tie rate   of pay  increased by   such ��t ja'uization.    lie  gave  a   pl_'in   sta'ement of   facts .regarding tbe North port  and   Eossland  trouble, and ended by staling thai ihe  men were now master of the situation  and were sure   to  win.    2\h\   Walker's  views on somo issucj   cers  somewhat  radical, but on the whole his   talk   was  boll] inreresiing ami   insliuctive."   Jl'e  had no hOfit-inoy in declaring   himself  an out and out  socialist.-;  Mr. Walker left for  Cranbrook   thi-*,  morning.  ������     UuiiMiiiiir AVUI init Quit.  Victoria, B. C. Oct.. 10.���rrcmicr  Lunsmuir in an interview todai* Slid  he had no intention of resigning, and  would meet the le'jidalure with 2_  supporters out of a total membership  of ;._. There will bo no special session,  : iho house moc.ing as usual iu Jin-  ! ua;y.    The <|ue->!ion of filling the two  in size. , ���  Grand "Master Wm,' 'Hogg, of the  ['. O.O. F., is how making ti tour of  the Kootshays and will be in Moyie  next Monday evening and will attend the regular meeting of the lodge.  All .members of the order should make  it a ."point to be present 'on that occasion.  >f -        ,  J. C.Drewry'stopped off at Moyie  a day on his remrn from fchs Grfeat  Dane properly on the'Bt. Maiys. He  'proceeded to llosslaud yesterday evening. ,     ���  One J & J Taylor's safe for sale  cheap at Gilpin's.  T. T. McVitt:e is here surveying  some timber litnits for the Moyie Lumber Co.  good shape>aud lurnishing an ample  supply. Although it is late in tbe  season to commence a work of such  maguil'ade, yet Mr. Early is a pusher  and if the weather holds good for a  short time, he will have the required  number ot brick. , If, however, the  weather is nol'favorable, lie wiirmake  the necessary arrangements ,io meet  auy emergency that may arisei���Cranbrook Herald.    ���'  CVWlu ou Starting Vy>.  James Cronin, manager, of'the St.  Eugene refcuintd from Spokane Thursday. When- asked , regarding the  probability of an early resumption of  work at the mine he said that the  price of lead would have to reach  ��15  Ou J_am.l) Croeli.  " c  The work of further prospecting the  Lamb creek.gold fields is .progressing  in ii ' manner' entirely satisfactory to  those interested.'. Johnston Bros, have1  built a 12x1-1 log cabin on their groujj  of claims'and are comlortably situated  to' continue work all winter. They  have three sluice bo_.e8 and a rockef  and they intend to prospect "fcheif  ground thoroughly!"  Grant & Sheady are also doing 'cod*'  sideraole work and are sinking a shaif.  to bedrock: Amongst those v*>ho have  claims on tlie creek are Johnston Bros,;  Grant & Co., A. F. 'Geddes, James"  Pieper, ���.���i'Sootty" McDonald; E. A:  Banick, Carl Meisel, James Millike'rlj  Joseph Neiderstadt,' Barney ��� Wilson j  Joseph Frobus aud Smyth brothers." *  before'anything would   be done.    He  8. A. Scott came up from   Elko  last } said   that   thb  company   could   make  Thursday aud ielm tied Friday.  A. G. Lashapelle. the carpenter, is in  the.hospital at Cranbrook. He acci-  deutly cut hio ankle with a hatched a  few days ago and has since been laid  up. .  G. H, Miner w?.s up from Cranb.-ook  iliis week.  contracts with Geunan firms at the  present price, but that they would be  simply robbing tbe mine *uid not reaping any benefit by working with' such  prices.  i?ilr. to Become an American.  New York. Oct. fli.���JJobcrt Fitz-  simmons, the pug, has made applica-  S. J. Whitcomb was in Cr-_nbrook } tion in Brooklyn for his final naturalization papers. The formrir champion of tbe ring was boru iu Aust.alia.  He tokout his first citizenship papers  three years ago in New Orleans, La.  Thursday.  W. R. Ross   ot. Fort  Steele  was  in  town over Thursday evening.  C. 0. D.maure z, the jeweler, ic now  mak'Ug'his hesclqua.-te-'s in Feinie,  Dr. O'Hag.M. has returned to   Cran-  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Angers   were  in  Cranbrook Tuesdav.  Sliarurock "WiU Staiy.  Ne\v York, Oct., 10.���It is settled  that Shatarock II, is "to stay ia  American waters thi3 wiatei' and next  summer she will probably be seen in  races on Long Islaud sound and else-  where. t Sir Thomas Liptou said today*  that tlie yacht would be laid- up at tlie  Erie basin, aud not at New London,'  as originally intended. The tall .steel  mast will be taken out' and all her  other spars taken on shore and stored  for the winisr. By reason of the great  height of the mast the yacht will either  have to sail around Long Island iu  the spring to get into tbe sound; or fit  out at City island, for the spar is far  too long to .go under the Brooklyn  bridge at any stage of tbe tide,  Returned from Hunting Trip.  Dr. F.   W.   Grsen    and    Constable  Drumrnond returned   this week from  their   hunting   trip   with ,Mr. ' J.   C.  Drewty to the Gteat Dane group  near  j the bond wa'.ers of the St. Marys river.  U. B.Scott was down horn   his iron j They     had     an   excellent    trip   and  claims on   Weaver creek    this   week, j brou'gh t home a good bag of game.  He says the work he hns done on them |     has   shown   them   up   tine.    A   skigbi a si��_�� to charivaris.    ���'  For Qtetliorfist church fund.  The members of the t Mhthodjsl  church gave z novel birthday party  and entertainment, yesterday for the  purpose of raising funds for the church.  It was iu charge of Miss Williams, Miss  Lee and Miss Crowe. A substantial  amount was raised.  New  o7-:  ' lUelul Quotations.  York,   Oct.   10.���Bar   silver,  cents.    Lead,   price   for    minors  and smelters, $-1.37^- at the close. C��p  per, brokers' price, >?LG.50.  London, Oil. 10.--Lesidj.il 5s.  vacant portfolios   is  under  eo:  I P  ���^ANI*"-^  1-1  N  ,'idera-  j tion.    Ilichard    McRvicic  denies   that  'any arrangement has been   arrived   at  belli ecu himseU and Mr. Dirisniuir or  \vitli AVornoy.   General   .Eberts..   lie  v.'il) undqubtpdly sit In\ opposition  to  ;the;gpi7e.n_tii}ent.,- of' which , he  was  a  linenmor ��i_Ml.!V.fev/.,.vvcek3. ago.,  red has been built,to within   a  short  distance of his piopeity.  Ed Des.uiluier returned from the  cast this morning.  A. G. Monkhouse who iias been  lyinu; :n the Sindon licspital for some  weeks with a fracl ired leg, ::-, reported  to bo doing nicely and will soon be  able to be out again.  Di-  Considerable complain*: haj b.cn  niade aaout 'the extent to which  charivaris'aro carried on in Moyie and  Constable Drumrnond has been given  instructions to put a stop to them in  future.  r,r yy,  ���  -* ��� ���  C. ;i ��� -S   ''''-r'l-nf    >-v-i'1 T* r/n-.-  ..'i'''J ... Mli-"'; ,*--���������-"ov-  Bsa'dcuse-j  Ci<olgi)S3 in Clofie Conflu,3vo'*t.  Albany, New   York, October  10.���  State superintendent of prisons Collins  C.P. Hi-gins was upon  a   visit 1 has given   orders   that   Czolgosz,   the  from   r'ernic   Ihe   first  of   Ib.e    week, f murderer of Tresidenl McKinley, musl  Tho doctor is looking tine and  is   now ;'bc the subject, of no nolorhity while in  enjoying  a   l-i'muncrative  practice  in ��� prison     awaihng    id-vtrocutiou.    He  his new location. ^ , must. not.be   seeu   v.ud   visitors must  M   T    ,t-i''-.'        i   'i'.'-   i     V   :"������.'"     j hot be iierhiitted"to euter any part of  b.J.   Whitc-omb,   the local  painter!,,  ���'    . ������       ,    ��� ...        ,   , . , ���'  , , v   ,., ������:'���:      ,.,! tlie prison where knowledge might be  and paperhanger, is the man who   did1 '  the work on-  Mr.   Cronin's   new   res*  idt-nce and,, the   work   stands   as   a'  splendid advertisement for him.  Train Schedule* to Change.  The passenger train service over the  Crow's Nest road will chiin_->v tomorrow. The west bound train will arrive  in Moyi.q at c':_.5 iu ni., and tho east  bound F.'- 3 :0fj p. rn.  easy  gained of his  location.  v'o., is.imaking   pieparatious  for ereeling a 30x10 residence near1 the  It is to be lathed and   plastered  and unshed in an up to date  manner, I Oi'tuibrook,today.  The warden  ,, has   been  instructed   to  [inform    the  11 guards and   other  employes    of   the  -..������ prison that the divulging of.auv infor-  ^/. W. Doble,,manager for P Burns j.m!ltjon coUceT^mg him or  his'doings  Co., was.u town last evening. j shall be considered a  great   broach   of  G. R.  Mitir   transacted   busiuess in j disciplitioand will be'dealt, with ac~-  husixess   r.ocArj..  Lots   on    \rictoria   sfrecfc   on  payments,    ^-v D. J. Eimcr.  LO^T���clieotto for IflOT iiO drawn by.  J. F. Arni-ti-ong in favor-of H.iwkc <.t  Brenton nnd indorsed by same.  Sboul.I be returned to Hawkrj or. Brcn-  ton. Parties aro w.-.rno 1 :u>,iin_t castling same.  J. A. Marve'y.was In, to^n hist- eveti-  iug.' '   -������   ��� _     ."   _ ,:-\  Divine f-ervice will, be. canducted ���  Sunday evening .in the Obd Feliow's  hall by Bey. T. E. Peacock, al S o'clock.  p'i tn. A song service will'be giveu at  a quarter to: eight. Sunday school  and bible class at 3 o'clock p. in.,'  Young, men. aro. specially .''li.iivi ted -; lo  %�� msjeessesee^^  *___*f����SE__i_ia_<e. -  HO  LEADEE.  ,r?  "Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay.  Rules-and-fixations  OF THE  Moyie Water Go.  ���i]K  I   ti'  '-.  <"<-  ss  :'rM<J  -'ul      I   .*       .1.    .-       .<,  -:,'k  I Irv  "t  L  S1. J.SXfSTU & CO.,   -  I'ubllsliors.  _-.-__:_ or suiiscbiption.  ���O .10 Year ?2.00  SATUKDAY, OCT. 12.   1901.  And  Moyie is still without a permanent cemetery.  r-UMBMi  I.-pton could not raise the cup,   but  he can the price of tea.  The Schley court of inquiry, however,  doesn't Lave to finish io a' time limit.   ���  The only real '-union label"  marriage certificate.���Boston  mercial Bulletin.  is the  Com-  MBff-WL-U-r-.m p.|l JHUJIf fl  The custom of pu'iiig lags on tots  is, becoming quite general in New  York. The police brio2 them home  daily. There are many giown people  who need to be'tagged, too.���Boston  Globe.  aa^KgKjnrsmaams^stoaaii wat "gryn  It is rumored that Hon. E. , 0:  Smith is already fixing his political  fences and husking a bran new set of  Speeches, in  anticipation   of   another  '   'i  campaign.1 He is saying very" little  yet; but the hum of his wood saw can  bo heard just the same.  "Some peoplej" says the Milwaukee  ������Sentinel, "are now guessing what  would have happened had Czolgosz'  crime been perpetrated iu a state  where capital punishment is abolished," An "uprising" would undoubtedly have happened.,    "'  If all the iRosslaud mine managers  "were like Hon. C. H. Macintosh there  would be ho strike on today' in that  .Campand everything would-be ih'full  swing, la a .'stool interview he says:  ������As to wages for  muckers; I  do  not  lh:nk lhe?e w-ll be anytiouble on that  i j i  score. I tbint now, as I have always  thought, that rnucke "3 io Ikuslaad  are worth $3 a day if they are worth  that in the other catiipa of liie  province-, - .  V�� h.reas it is necessary ��nd oxjicdieut to regu-  lute the conditions nnd terms under which the  inhabitants of the foirn of iloyie aro to be suj>-  plied with tvater from the system lately cou-  strucli'd and now being ojjperated and maiii-  taiiifc.i hy tin* .loyie "Water Co. as welt as lo  regulato tho conditions aud terms under which  water from the t>aid sj'-tem may be us>ed:j  Therefoie The .Moyie Water Co. resolves as  folio-vs:  1. Thai the secretary of the Moyie Water Co.  shall have power, and it is hereby made his duty  to sliut off tho water from any house or other  I-lace for which the water rate is not fully paid,  or when a rule or regulation is disregarded, aud  generally to enforce a strict and rigid compliance  with all tho rules and regulations hereinafter  prescriLeil. '  2. The said secretary of the Moyie Water Co.  shall rcuder at the first meetins; of the Moyie  Water Co. iii each mouth, a written report of alt  connections made with the water mains for tbe  preceding; month with the names of the owners  of and description of the premices with which  connections -were made durin s the month, and  also all receipts and collections aud the amount  of all collections made during the preceding-  month. ''' *"  (a) It shall also be the duty of the afore (-aid  secretary to collect promptly ail water rates,  rents, dues aud charge.*- when they shall fall due  aud immediately pay the same over to the  treasurer of the said Moyie Water Co.  (b) To have dac mid niteJligom care of all  property connected with the Moyie Water Co.  aud to see that the tame is kepi in repair aud  order, and to���oveiseo and inspect all connections nmde wiiu the company's mains and the  extension or^xtensions of such mains.   ,  3. Where a permit, has boon obtained  for the ,-iiitroductiou' of water, the service  pipes and cyiinoctious from, the main to  and including all stop cocks to be placed on  tbe street curb shall be put in by the Moyie  Water Co. The property owner or party applying for water shall pay t.u _ said company the  sum of $5.00for,'ajip/ng the main, said sum to  accompany the application-  ���i. The   following rule- and regulation*- are  nereby adopted by the Moyie Water Co. for the  K_.lda.nce of their secretary and for consumers,  aud to se.ure a sufficient aud economical  dis-  ributiou.of tho water supply.  rule 1. _<  ��� Applications for the use of water must be made  ou printed forms at the office of the secretary,  and the application must state fully, aud truly  all the punio!>e& for which the water may be required, and laupt agree to conform to the rules  aud regulations ag a condition for the use of  water.  bulb 2.  Xo person supplied with water from the  compiiuyj'B mains will be eutitld to use it for any  other purpoic tliau those etated in his, p.pplicu.-  toiu, nor to supply in any way other persons' or  families.  rcle 3.  placed, by which the service pipes iu the huild-  insmay be.'diaiiied at night during freezing  Weather.  RULE  1G.      '  The service  pipes  within  and without  the  premises mutt be kept in repair  and protected  from freezing at the expense of the occupaut,  who will be rc-pousible for all damages result-  from leaks or breaks.   Water runuing to waste  in freezing,weather is prohibited.   All s��)rvi'ee  pipes to be placed notless tbuu three feet deep.',  bulk 17.  So plumber or other per&on will be allowed to  make connections with the company's mains' or  to make alteiation�� iu auy conduit pipe or other  lixture connecting  therewith,  or  to. counect  pipes when they have been disconnected,  or to  turn water oil'or on auy premises, without'the  permisi ion of the secretary.  i .       HULE 18. ���  Plumbers doiug auy work by which water  may be drawn from the company's mains, must  make in writing a true and correct return of  work douo to the secretary within 'tweuly-four  i ���*  hours after completiou, aud before turniiur on  water, and must describe the position of the  service pipes, ferrules, stop-cocks aud other"  fixtuiesrby reference to street aud lot corners  on blank,forms to be furnished by the secretary.  RUXE 19. -    , "   -  Plumbers failiug to perform work according]  to the established rules and regulations, or executing it uuskillfully or to tbe damage of the  Harvey   &   McCarter,  KOltTSrEELE.B.C  Harvey, McCarter & Alexander,'  f-EP.N'IE, B. C.  Barristers & Solicitors.  t -Ti-mr'*"*' ���-'-��r,aii��wr*--c����<''3'-  Mining" Stock  66  and BOOKKEEPERS.  CRANBROOK.  (  Daily.market prices  by  wire  from Spokane.  -     , ,  LEWISr THOMSON,  Notary Public, Accoun-  r ���  tant,   commissiox   and  'Ixsdkance Agent.  Accounts Promptly Collected.lCIn-  surance Agents.   Notaries Public.  O.  *ayyr*,'_"��"a.-_fi.��i.T ici. ii^_-w_gtf��3_n_*o  After jBve tr>a!s, two of' which  weie  ��� declared off because of lafck of wind  and  tbe inability  (o sail  the couvee  wiLhia .he lime limit, the yacht   Columbia has won fliiee v-clories and tbe  ^.mei-'can cup remains da this side   of  j.he. watS'*    It has b'eeo a lair test with  both, light    and   fil-oog   winds,   and  rAiue;?cau soccess is dtie   to  the  fact  Jhat the Columbia is the  faster  cra't.  J.<.\ the f'SG -ace, with a li^nt wind, not  taking in'.o .cooside a(<oa (be   time r.l-  lowaace of 43 secoods,  the  difference  between tbe i,wo Yachts' sneed for ^ the  oQ miles was only oue minute  and   20  secoudsjiu   the   second race,   with   a  ptroug   wind,  the  Columbia   won  by  only  two  minutes  and   35    seconds;  , phile in (be tb-rd ?md .concluding race  the Sham.-'ock crossed the starting line  last, beat her opponent   to   the   qute?  ,maik and was^at the iioishjine first,,  pnly to lose  by  a na/row   margin   of  less than amiuute..       . w  NOT   OPPOSED   TO   UNIONS.  i The Wa-d'jer.I>lews would have us  believe that the mine .owners are opposed to miners unions.' That is -not  true at this end ot the district.. The  .mine owners operating here have as-  'eured us time aud again that 'tbey  have no objection to a miners t-'non.  AH they ask is that good, conservative  men be placed at the head of the union  and that no more lawlessness,be permitted by or in the name of the union  ^miners. This they hav?j a right to require and when assured that such will  be done tlie mine owners will encourage the growth of miners' unions.  They aro at tbe present lime as many  miners' unions in this district aa   the.-  ever   were,  aud   new  miners   coming  here are'joining them, -and   the mine  owners do not object.    It is true  (here  "was a discreditoble riot in the  district  iu which many union mineis doubtless  participated, but  so was 'there   a   rebellion in   eleven   southern' states  in  in which many cjonlberncrs  doubtless  participated,   but   no sensible   p'.rson  ���fears either another  rebellion   in   tho  'south  or  another  labor  riot  in    the  Coeur d'Alencs.     The  mine" ovne-s  understand tbe benefits of a fair union  and il is   our  opinion,   after   talkiug  with mine  managers on  the   subject  jtbey are    convinced  that under  the  right local leadership and   the  right  gavantee   of   peaceable    and    lawful  ���methods'there will  be no pppo.it-'oh  10 miners'   union's   by mine owners. ���  "d "ho S.p.to Tribune.  fe_v '  Should tlie fpplicaut or occupant of the  premises desire an additional service or fixtures;  or to apply the (rater for a purpose not stated  tu his original application a new application'  must be made aud a permit be obtained .at the  office of the secretary.       < ' '  RULE 4,  branch pipes tapped iuto the mains must not  exceed the following sizes; For a main of four  inches in diameter three-quarters of au inch; for  a main of six inches, oue inch.      '   ��� ���>  '   EUiE 5.  ���  In all cases where more water is reqTuired thar.  will pass through the branch pipe the cost of  tapping the main and of the labor aud material  required will be charged to the consumer.  k"u_d t-.  Should it bo desired to discontinue tbe use of  -vyaterfor auy special purpose, whether ior bath  tubs, stiect sprinklers, irrigation, ho.se connections, or other fixluresv the faucet must be removed, ihe branch pipes or Service -supplyiug  the fixture plugged and notice given iu writing  at the oflieo of the secretary before any reduction  in rent will lie made.  i'.ul-i: 7,  Should it be defelred to disconriuu. the use of  all water supplied to the premises for a period  of notless than one month, notice ,in "writing  must be gtveu at the oAice of the'secretary of  the water company. Water will then bo turned  oft-, and turned on again without .charge,  but no remission of rent will; be made for a  period ,of less than one mouth, or without the  uotice prescribed by this rule.  kdle S. '      o  -. The. Rorvice pipes must bo so arranged that the  svnply.to eachpoperate house or premises mry  be.*;eonto]led by a seperate stQp-coek placed  within or uenr.' the. line of tho street curb,  and oue persoa juust pay for all the water used  through said service lor his own use or for the  use of others to whom it may be . cccssible.  rule 9.   s  .Wherewater is now supplied  through  one  service to several houses, families or persons,  tbe secretrry may at his discretion decline to  furuish wr.ter until seperate sorvices are provided, or may continue the supply ou the 'condition that water may be shut otr from all. in  caseotuou-paymeut or violation cf the rules  and regulations by any oue.  hule 10.  Water for building purposes will be furnished  only by payment in advance, on the written csti:  mat oof tlie iriano'rer or areh'iR'ct.-of the brick,  stone, plaster/io-*, or other material for. which  ihe water i.s used; for material net-stated in the  estimate the application must bo renewed.  rule 11-  Permits for ririeMallc sprinklers,! private  hydrant1:, irrigation, hose connections, o: hath  tubs, v, ill bo granted only to pai ties paying for  the use of water ou their promises fcr other  pur'Josc-i.  iuji.i: 12.  Sidewalk sprinkling must be confined within'  the 'imits of the front of the premises for w hich  paymenUias been made, aud not extending to  the adjoining streets.    '  lVUIiB 13.  Water r.i flu >��� ilnteTxifly bo shut olr fiom the  maius without notice, foi repairs, extensions,'  or olhei nee.w.ry purposes, ami persons having  boilcis Mipplied hy direct pi esse re from tlie,  mains are cautioned ngainst dami^-os fi'Dni-  colli.pbc. "f'he company v.ill-iiot be responsible\  for the .safety of boilers ou the ).i-eini".c:i of'  auy water consumci. ��� I  i'.cna; 1*. . .   ,. ,;  The water will not bo furui-iiicu \, her- tho-.o  are aefeetive or leaking faucets or other fixture:-,  aud wheu such may he discovered the supply  will bp withdrawn.  . 1   ������      JIU1.H IS, '-    - -    ���'"   ���': '     -..  Within the basement Avail, or in the yard  buried not less th.au two feet, a stop Tand waste  c.'.-Ji protected from irost must '.iu ail cases be  company's water works, may bo debarred from  making,connections with the companys mains.  bd_.i: 20.  The secretary or other agent of the.-company  shall have free access, at proper hours of the  day, to all parts of the building in which water  may be delivered from the company's mains, for  the purpose of inspecting the couilitiou of the  pipes aud-fixtures and' the manner in which  the water is used.  kuli; 21.  , Ou failure to comply'with I be rule-- ;nd regulations established as a condition to i,... use of  water, or to pay the water rent iu the time aud  manner hereinafter provided, the water miiy, be  shut oil'until payment is made of the amount  due, with ?1.U0 in addition for the expense of  turning the water off aud on, '    ,  liULE 2"J.     i  i ���  Should the occupaut of tbe premises turn ou  the water after it has beou shut oil* at the eurb-  cocJi, the secietary is hereby instructed' to disconnect the service pipe, and a charge of two  dollars will be made for the exn-mse of turning  the water oil'and ou.  ruijj: 23. ', '    .  t The water rate, except for.meters, will be'duo  aud payable iu advance, on the first day of each  moutb,.at the office of the secretary, and if not  paid within ten days thereafter the water will  be shut off from the premises as provided in  rules 21 and'22,'  BOLE 2_.  i  All water uiqters, irrigation'aua sprinkling  taps shall be shut off wheu the alarm of flia i.  sounded, and kshali remain shut off until ihe  fire is extinguished,  je.uj_�� 25. -  '  ,'.  The company reserves the right to apply a  meter to auy service when.they  deem it advisable, at the expense of the consumer, aud said*  meter.to be located as the secretary may dnect.  rv��e 26. ' '  It is expressly understood and agreed thta the  Movie Water Co. shall not be liable under any  circumstauces for deficiency or failure'in the  supply of writer, whether by the shutting oil' oi  water to make repairs or coniicctious,' or for any  cause whatsoever, aiid uo deduction will be  made therefor; ,  '       ,       rvle 27.  No stop-cock, Yalye, goose-neck,' or other hose  connection will be allowed above the sidewalk  iu any public place.  ' nuivE 28.      i .   "  *���        '���-; "���..  Water will be cutoff from the p'remi��es whep  occupants or owners allow it to rtiu to waste,  and will not be turned on again until waste is  stopped and a charge of $1.00 paid for turning  ou the water.  fi. The monthly rates to be charged by the  Moyie Water Co.*for water from its mains* shall  be as follows���-no rate les-i than ���?_.00.  BAKEiuns-r-iN'o rato less than .*j>3.50;  for each barrel of fiour used per day  50 cents additional.  ��� Barber Shops���First chair, in addition to baths,$3.00; each additional  chair,50 cents.  Bath Tubs���First tub in'hotels and  boarding house.-', 100; each additional  tub 50 cents; for each tub iu private  houses, 50 cents.  BhewerjLes���Each,    $10.00,  or     by-  meter.  Butcher Shops'���$1.00.  Family Bate���For dwelling houses  under 5 rooms, without baths or water-  closets, $2.00; for 5 roorris, 25 cents additional ; for 6 rooms and over, 50 cen fs  additional.   .,  Hotels���$10.00. ,    -  Water    Closets���Hotels,     $1.00;  private, 25 cents.  Urinals���Each $1.00.   .      .  Boauoimg   Houses $5.00;   each  room oyer 10 aud uo to 20, 25 cents  extra; for eaclrrcom over 20, 15 Cents  extra. t  ,1ce Cream Saloons and Fruit  Stokes���$2.50.  Laundries���$5.00,      Eash     person  over 2 employed, $1.00 extra.  I-'rinting Offices���$2.00.  Court House���$5.00..  ���School Houses���$3.00.  Pi-blic Ualls-t$2.00.     .  - liKSTAURAN'JS AND COFFEE HoGSK.'J���  $5.00. ,    .     -  HtabitES���Each horse or cow in  stable, 25 sent? per mouth.  S'iORES���$3.00.       ������ -  Tailor, 'SJiors,' Khok Siiorn and  Jkweuiv Shoi,;*a-$2.00.  Offices���i$2 00. .  ���      . ,.,.    ���  Water motorr* and .alearn. boiler.*-',  subjocl." to-ep^'ciai' .arr-angement be-  tween 'iipplioaittt-und eoijipiiri-y..-  }?arlips   tMlau'ing i. wateii -.tho    firKtv  half '..'of   Jthfl-- -r-ioHti.- -pay..-a   full'  monih;_,rft.te./Jr.ndtp.at\tieij taking ivater  the latter jral? el, the month  pay   only  half a luoaUi'fi .rate. ,. ,.'; ,..,,..'.-   .  Water furnished for any other ; purpose not,.enumerated in; the above,  wiU be supplied at a special rate.  Moyie,  B,  G.  ���o-  w. "g: aunD,  JJAl.KISXKK,, SOLIC1TOI., ETC.  CltANBIlOOK.  Clothing,   Gents'    Furnishings,  *Boots,, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc.  Victoria A\rEi,MMoviB,  B. l.  E. A. ELT.OW,'  Coinniissioii   and   Jnsurauco   ,,  ���  Agent. ���  NE\V   YORK LIFE, ���  LOKJJOl\T AND LANCASHIRE.  '   ,   PHOSNIX OF BROOKLYN"      '"  , ' Insurance Co.'a  FoTt Steele, B. O.  City    iShaving*   Parlor^  CENTRAL   HOTEL.  winsxijsy clixej vvov  Moyie, B..C.  ^>gatn^|f^g^^a**a,T^  Send Your Work  To tHe_^^  ���' city ' ummt  >- b ' ,  1 r  Where it   will be{;Done  Satisfactory,  F, LUTNE��/?Pje?op. ;  , JTAKB 'NB'LJSONoProprietqr.;  Minors,  headquarters."   Gooil^accoiumodnlion-j  for  traveler-s.  '( '    ' lfqnor. ��nd cigars kept in stock.   ,  Lake Shore Addition  Best   wines  MOYIE, B. C.  GOOD WORK.'  1?RICES(;REAS0NABLE  NltiDtiBSTADT, &t&STJBBJE!R]<B]CO.> .  '  *      c ������     '  /   '  r Beer,-Porfer and Oofffe  on Hand.  Gluality not. excelled;in tee fiouiitry. Try it arid  be convinced. ��  1 '     "':       ���      i      ��� -       , .   '   '     .-...��� . .;_a  ^:$k-$75.*5r5-5=SSS8.:5.:5��^i5��r> ���$��>���$�� i��99��*e������>S999.:$>���������e��9ai3��d-^^9dd-3��-t*��9-��$  f  For hire by the hour orl by  the  day.    Moderate* rates.  J. M'DONALD,  Prdprietbi*.  THE  LAKE   SHORE  Barfier Shop.  _Hofc, Cold and Vapor Baths.^  T. ** ' V  Opposite   Cosmopolitari jf-iHofef  ".V. ���_.. T*OISX 1'i-oij.  JOEJVSTOJV   B.EOS. . ,   .  Thin Hotel is New and well Furhisiied. T.fie  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar is Filled with  the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  AGENTS-' FOR PAINT'S.* MILWAUKEE BEER. ��� -  stoiriis;  HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL  AND MINING MSN    -  .-'--���._��� ______ iililTlSJI COLUM KTA  viz  S  ���if  ���&&$$&3$&$%2S$g��&ee*eGS$G&&Ge^ *s���6���6e666e*s���-fees^ee**i?'  ��� U.JMJJt^-Z-W-C.W  AST-KOOllNAY BOTTLING CO.  CRANBROOK, B   C.  Areated Waters of all  Lt  As&AYmm  NELSON,  B1 C  Orders Solicited.  Soda Watdr  and Syphens.  ^WGwqWUf       60   YEARS'  F'-t * - .-' .-'.���^���ra*vbT-.-v-V-'- -5o?MfllS3��tt?  fill  nflf#< COPVRK.HT3 AC.  AriToao /���(jiidlii'f a flkiitrli and dcs'ci-lijtlon mri7  quickly iisccrtmn. "i"' ojiiiilon frro whether en  mveiirioh Is probably ru-tuiitriblc. Cominuiilnft-  tlonastrictlycoutklontml. Hiiiull'ooiron 1','itcnta  sontfrcs. OUIcst rifjuncy lorscciirtne patents.  Pateiitn t-ttUon tltrouf-h Alti'in A Co. rccalvc  social notice* tylfhout clinrve, in tho  ,|clesififfe Mmfkm  A handsomely Illustrated vroeitly. I,nrp;e8t circulation 6' any Hclcntl/lc Journal. Terms, $3 a  yenr' four months, f.L PtJ'dbyall news dealers.  ���-8| "    "���   ��� .    .-- --  Branch Office. 025 F SU WwOJunstcfl. D. O.  m  PICTUEfes fraMeb  Pr.est, the photographer, has just, received the finest lot  of    mouldings    in  East Kootenay.  W. A. Prest,    ,  Photogrnphfr,  Cr.i:il>r<)o7{t     T-j.-tyio,.   "iroj-t .-"ittx-lf.  Will VisiL Moyie on  '! .��� ' '  - ..Jussday anfJ=.V/eoa  M'**M*uoii-*u-��-egott__i^__p__wn>q^ topm itmcaWT*ts&*ix*vx~vzux?^^  sljBSCRIBE FOR/ Tf-fE   LEADER  THE  POST   OFFICE  'bltUG &��� STATIONERY 'sTO're". *  TOILET ARTtOLES;   '  patent Medicines,  OPFIOE STATldNERY,  SCHOOL SUPPLIES.  P. D. HOPEi  Chomif-l i.ii*l  DriipKlsi-  HCY1B,  ii.  C  Why poes Every:  body .Vt'efer  n  BEER?  I.cc.'VMNf1 Li's ihe l)t*s! mihI h  kept oiiT'.i'.nii hy i ,i',,'on''-  in.East   .'Ctxiicnay.  'wljrilc-.-ilt r  E. J, PELTIER,  rjitANisito'oK. ���-��� r  i>i��^li��T����_��3rx-�� *\jr, j_t>s��_Mp*r^ii  LAKE   VIEW   HOUSE  -.,:���    -���::^y:.  ������������-��� =  l-AKE^BITOJiS!   AliVtTiOS.  Board $6.00 Per Weelr;  MRS. AYHTTEHEAj;),   -Pro-pririH ...... THE MOYIE LEADER.  MOYIE,    B.    O.  ^*=-"��*_.  ' i  ' BORE DISGRACE  /^ Sad Letter from a lady Whose  Husband Was Dissipated.  How She Cured Him With a Secret  Remedy.  i ai,,..  <���> ii,-.-  I-i'-'ii.tc  M<-t l.i.i-  land  a:;  (.'  of  .U't'-d  and  of  r  i ���  lllv    (  ���.  ���"''.Hi.,  '"I'llij.-. ,  1 ���'-'.'��� UI  'I'l    01  n<   (in.  -"���-( i'i-<i,.il  J\i i ].,,,- 0,   .-  '-"i;.',    i.ii-,.  ��is J_.���,j . |  broui-in   i  new  tiijj-.j  .,  *---"'U      id,it  ���lUtrnrv-   j",,,-  1iir  ���J'sdci-t.iK',),, ,  ��i:'��M.   i.'M"ll(',.i.l(.  ���y '-'.i'i-kJi.,t, f  t'Sti.'tl;,! i,;  ���' ' -ll-f  i'**r*-r.  fourth  -Lie  r-.'Iii  V> .  is  ''-���'i'l   of   March  "--.l-'iid,   Duke of  ������''���J-   and  Baron  ���'������'���e of     Scot-  "'''"if Sherln-ook  "������'  on the 2i;tl,  ; li.itl previously  "���mt of   Ireland,  "   ,! ��   old   to      the  '������'ion  ������,)���- concilia-  ''* ..sidi.'.-Gd  of good  1'."--k' of  his    later  !''"u vet"  ''���unj-iiM !*.((  mii-d  t'l  ���sp.-.ii.'.i!,  in'lir-i-iif <  '-.teii   (.,  ���MJl.-K-  Hid    it.  l>     l!,0   ;  ���   i;i]\|.|'  't;t.  -It  ll'JJ-Jl.  ���tlie Lc  ���siipplii.  lif-'t. ii:  C'-ivi'i'-i  biliiv j  i,]  Tl us  ^'i'/hilni-f.  s n-n���,,,,.,  S    iL<-(     J.I    flj-  '".���I'-i.'i!   on  or   (!.(;  ;  f-'('      i-.V     111'..,.'-,,  o   mnknir-   ;  ii!   1 ��*_'i,' f  'inc.it,   ���  '���  have  .:,   was  ���i"']|  on  J'cfliHC-d  in  resit?-  _\** /;  whi  'td��  fox  if  one  of  the  "i.iHTfa-ful   of ear-  "���''.'ir.ors,   though     in  ���Jf   tlie   acts   of  his  '*���   well   lo   |Jeaj.  -  <* was one when  ���vith  tlie  come  to    at-  as yet  to be  one occasion  to grant, the  toidefmv the civil  '���'.iii_;, upon the Holds   own- responsi-  "i i.s not to be judg-  nditrrls.     He  died,  ;>   'our  of  Upper -Can-  U.M,, v 7In **  bi*<' or a tamo  '"-'---i  wi.ica  he, was amusing'him-  AFTER A  ir  "SB  OF MANY YEARS  A  LETTER' COMES TO LIGHT  WHICH SHOWS THE UNDOUBTED PERMANENCY OF CURES  BY  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS.  si.  Her Chic-iiBO  Finn.  was a fresh water mermaid who  hy   her, physician   to  She  had   l-ei'ii 'ordered  fake a sea voyaire.  "So you arc from  the famous seaport  "I I.  do " r  priv.it ���  c/r/'/d."-''-  jnarv-'  . 'ri? n*--'  iitivlia1  I jinA '  in in'-' ���  ri'i)K'(','.  .110 did  5 0   flu!' '  liquor  '  f'-i-k, hi*-  turu.d. Ji��  ',y, and \v  Af-'-r  >  IjiUI  v.!  know"]  ing, ��s  1 !'t-an   i  ily ��<"-  was lo  for  Hi  ,iis   ��� due  ; Jaibits.  borne  and  yeurs  patiently  suffering,  nus/'i-y  to my husband's  IJuur.-tig of your  ,,i.:. remedy. for th'; cure of  *.ii'js, which I, could give my  ! s-urctly, I dead, dto try it.  red a packnge<and inix.'-d it  :'ood and colli*!, am!',' u's a the  v..is odorless and' tasi.e!css,  nut know \vvlmt it v.-/-?, ;hat  '.ly r?lievf*d hia craving for  ���lie soon   bcfi-an   to  pirk    .tip  of Chicago, ore you?" inquired one of the  sea nymphs, n  "Ychtnn."  ��� fit ' ?  its  a  {rood   thing you   are  built  on  rwrmaid lines clear down'to the last fin."  "YcKiim."  ''Tiffanso if yon were not you would  never hnvo f*ot through tbe canals."���  New York-Marine Journal. ,.    ''  Mrs. Edward Patterson   of    Conboy-  ville  tWb  Writer-Iler  Ilig-li  Opinion of Dodd's    Kidney Pills���Her  -  Advice to  Others.  f?lievpd  hiri  soon   ))Cgun  iij)pt*t;Ui for solid l'oc-d 'rc-  stucdv'to Ids v,-i)i-]; rt^ul-ir-  i now havo a hnppy borne,  .",v.-a��s completely ourc-d'i told  ,at I had done,  vA>en he    m--  -.'���4"d tliat it had been his suv-  hti;had not the resolution to  sT of his own accord.   I heart-  .*���_ all women  afllic'ted' an    I  ���r\vo your rexnedv a trial."  l-TJEIO. TO . AJLL.���A- sample  Pre-  _iar-  'packAfu of' Tasteless Samaria  M.-riptl.-n SEXT���_PItEE' with 'full  Unilars in jjlairf sealed envelope.1 All  leUi.-r?. considcrwl sacredly confiden-  li.ii. 'Vddross The Samaria Keinody  Co., 30 Jordan street, Toronto, .Out.  .    '3?_=_C_B ,���  (Mlian" TuiDpcrance Ualou  AOOI'TTIIE  "HABIi PBESCE1PTM"  FOX the CTJR-B-.of Di-UNKSNNESS  Letter iron? Mrs;-George Grant, of  Paisley,"Ont., giving, particulars ^ of  a cure offected by "Samaria" Prescription," resulting in its use and adoption by the Paisley- Woman's Christian Temperance Union.   * .  (Copy)>    v  Paisley, Ont., "December 111h, 1900.  .The Samaria Remedy Co.,  30 Jordan Street,  Toronto,   Out.  ]>oar Sirs,���I penned a few lines vto  you some time ago���--as a member of  the temperance cause, I wrote for  information; at that* time I had in  my mind friends whose soil was a  groat cause of anxiety and trouble on  account of his drunken habits. I  strongly urged tho friends.to try, the  remedy I,saw advertised in the Toronto Globe. Th-_y did so. It was  tho Samaria Remedy that was administered and I am pleased to inform the company tho medicine was  helpful; the young man * has not  drank a drop since, breaking off from  old companions; and special prayers  on his behalf, all aided in breaking  the chains.  At the last meeting of tho W. C.  T. U. here, I introduced your .medicine for. the cure of the liquor habit,  and a resolution was .passed, "That  inasmuch ns it is the aim of this organization tp help tlie .poor inebriate,  we should rceomf-end-this remedy in  homes where persons ore addicted to  tho use of intoxicating liquors."  Now, sirs, wishing you a. successful  career in your noble work, and feeling that assistance can be given in  tho precincts of home by the hand of  mother or wife, trusting Cod may  open up useful avenues for your labors,      Yours very respectfully,  (Signed)       MRS. GEORGE ��RANT,  On behalf of Paisley "W.  C. T. U.  FREE SAMPLE .nnJ,,K..,h,1lt-?���  Rli'in, tr-slliunninlt nnd prici- Si'jit hi �� hiiu  w-.ili-d envelope. Kru'losu'-C" M'.t,*-.: "Wii'lrcA  llIK SAMARIA RICMl-DY CO.. .*1'�� Jordan at,  ; ' TORONTO, Ontario  SORE FiCKT.'-Mrs. E.'J. Neill, New  Armagh P. Q.', writes: "For nearly six  months I was trouhled with burning  aches and pains in my feet to such an extent that 1 could not (deep at night, and  as my feet were badly swollen I could not  wear my boots for .weeks. Ac last I got a  oottle of DR. THOMAS' ECDEOTKIC  OIL and resolved to try it, and to my as  tonlsJiment I got almost instant relief,  and the one bottle accomplished a perfect  oure.  How ErinMVam to Cnptnre Ara��rlM.  There can he no,question that the emigrant.*' from our shores are physically of  a more vigorous and fertile average than  those who etay at home. We once had a  striking reminder'of this. Very many  yeara ago wo had the pleasure of a long  interview with a Roman Catholic priest  in the'poorest part of County Gnlway.  He was very frank and plain spoken, but  we-allude here to only one of his remarks. ' Tho chapel he served ,was poor  and primitive in the extreme. "Look at  these peasants," he said, "whom you saw  in chapel this morning. ,. Barefooted and  humble, (as most of them are, they are  ���bodily as sound as a bell. Go into any  of your churches in' England and you  can hardly hear what is going on for  coughing. You heard not a single, cough  this morning. What is the result?'These  v:goro*-3, healthy people, go out to America,and in&frj- __ore. They have families  of from 15 to IS. while the home bred  i'ankco has only two or three. America  is ours as sure as fate!"-  Conboyville, Ont,, Sept. 23.���(Special)���Mrs. Edward Patterson of this  town is one of those who can testify to the lasting nature' of cjures by  Dodd's Kidney Pills, the great Canadian remedy for all affections of the  Kidneys.  Mrs. Edward Patterson, according  to her own statement, is today in  splendid, health.' Her rheumatism has  left, her., and although it is ten years  since then, ,it lias never returned beyond a slight touch in cold weather,  which a Dodd's Kidney Pill or two  immediately drives away. This proves  what has always been claimed���that  Dodd's Kidney pills cure , pernmnent-  Jy. Their effects' are lasting���in fact  they do not merely relieve���they cure.  Here is Mrs.  Patterson's letter :  "It is many years, perhaps ten or  twelve, since 1 started taking Dodd's  Kidney Pills, and then it' was not  for PJicumatism that I took 'them.  I, was feeling miserable and did not  know what ailed me, aad while reading a paper I saw the testimony of  some one who had been cured by  Dodd's Kidney Pills,, who had been  feeling just as 1 was. I got a box  and found they helped rne. I found  also that my rheumatism was not  nearly as bad, for I had sufiered for  many years," especially in cold weather. I have used dozens of bottles  of medicines and liniments, but it al-  ways returned until I used Dodd's  Kidney Pills and now I' seldom have  a touch of it. I occasionally get a  box, perhaps two a year. I never  hear anyone complain'of Rheumatism  but J advise them to try Dodd's Kidney rills.", '  "ha Hair In  ll��t  Wcsitripr.  Oil the head i,l night three times  weekly. Cm tlie fuii'iu'ng day wash  with soap and -water, rinse and e>:-  Pom* to the sun's iieut for as ni-i'iy  hours as possible. Lot (lie sun f<i!  on the scalp, it is not ,necessary to  expose the entire.sctlp ;it or.-, time  One part may he shielded while :tn-  otla r i.s having its sun' hath- l-"r*w  people arc- a v. a-e 1 hat tiv a skilful  ���ise of tlie comb s<-vere straightno--!-  r.in bo remedied. Jt is (Jidicult t��,  convey in'words a correct idea of th-  necessary moth-a of 1 he Jiu'nd. It !������  =enibles thnt employed in whiski>u>  an egg     into a frothy state. Th'  comb i.s nuj\ed rapidly and ' \cr,v  lightly, with the result that tlie huh  assumes a Huffy condition. But t,i.����-  is merely   iempornrv.  , J-vdtclal Consolation.  A man who had been convicted of  stealing a small amount was brought into  court for sentence. He looked very sad  and hopeless, nnd'the court was much  moved by his contrite appearance.  'Tlare you ever been sentenced to imprisonment?" the judge asked.   '  "Never, never!" exclaimed the prisoner, bursting into tears.  "Don't cry, don't cry," satd the judge  consolingly.   "You are going to ba now."*  ���Chicafi-o News.  , FAGGED OUT.���None but thos* who  havo become fagged out know what a depressed, miserable feeling it is, All strength  io gone, arid despondency has taken "hold of  the fc'uflerers. Uhey'feel as though there is  nothing to live for. There, however, ia a  cure���one box of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  will do wonders -in restoring health and  strength. Mandrake and Dand. lion ure two  of the articles entering'into tho eompobition  of Parmelee's Pille.  Which gentler on the s- irit lies   '  Than tired eyelids on tir.cS eyes."  Soft, rich p.Tid volur-tuouaa? the lover breathe,  wht'n.tcrenading hi.- S-Tiorhft on n 'ririg'jidevening iii oid Madrid i-- that which h in .-tor** for  those who ehoooe from our large a_-ort:i,ont of  ���WILLIAM'S        _PI_A.lSrOS  We eell Ihe D Ji..-r'iy and Goderich organs,al=o  Eldridge "B" Saving Machine..  Write for eil^loHUiiRnd prieesand savemiddle  man',-* pio' t ^  FORREST^  X.__uO.A. BUek,  &  HATCHER  'ullage Ave., Winnipeg.  ^ rfiffof  7U  WjlsJk&f' 4rtl��ece/  '$$iffi/:  u��4s &nMs /tfs^s &hJ{/  $z�� i/-9  AFTER  THE  QUARREL  An Irishman , wanted to have a  note discounted about Christmas.  The bank officers objected to the longtime it had run. The Irishman .said,  "But then you don't consider how-  short the days are at this time of  the year." . t "  ' ��� How  He Knows.  Fogg says that he lias noticed that  women never wear veils to protect  their complexions or to make their  wrinkles less'assertive. They invariably wear them to koeprth'oIr hair" Id  place. fJe- knows, because he has always been told so.  HIE CANADIAN. NORTHERN EI, CO  If people want to talk about you, II  is easy for them to invent n story. The  point is not to enjoy talking about.'peo  pie.  There never waa, and never will be. a  universal panacea, in one u-m dy, for nil illi  to which fhi-h in heir���tho very nature of  many curatives being Mich that were tho  germs of other and differently seated diseased rooted in the eystem of tho patient���  what would relieve ono ill in turn would ag:  gravato the olh- r. Wo have, however, in  Quinine Wine, when oblainablo in a sound,  nnnduiferaUd el-ite, a remedy for many and  grievous il!n. By its gradual find judiciou*  tit?e the frailest gjst.ma tiro led into convalescence and r-lre-nglh by tho influence which  Quinine oxort-j i.n uaturo'a own restoratives.  It relieves tho drooping spirits of those with  whom a chronic blate of morbid drs-pond-  oncy and luck of is tero-4 in lifo is a disease,  end, by trtiuquilizlng the nerve., disposes to  eound nnd refreshing sloop��� imparts vigor  to the action of tho blood, which, being  ���timuluted. courses throughout tho veins,  strengthening iho headhy animal function.  of tho "sy.tem, thereby mnkiug activity _  necessary result, V-trengthening the frnma,  and giving life to the difctjlive organs, which  naturally demand increased substance���result, improved appetite. Northrop A Lyman,  of Toronto have given lo tho public their  superior Quinine \\ mo nt the tibial ruto, and,  gauged by tho opinion of scientists, thu  wino approaches nearest perfection of anyla  tho murket.   Ail druu'wiabi e��u it.  R-r'A.TKBfs ANn Days.  "yoave from   Canad'anj  Northern depot���        !  iVlnnipeg io .Morris.Era  cr_on,St. P.:ul etcdly  St Paul to Emerson  Jforris, Winnipeg: dly  ..Wiiraipeg io Kolaid.  Miami, "Bel :-.ont,Hart-  ncy & Brandon, Hon.,  Wed and Kri.    -   -  -  Brandon. Harfcn.y. Belmont, Jtiami, Holnnd,  to Winnipeg, Tucs.,  'ihursaud Sat.    -   -  iVi:iui eg to Poriagols-  1'. ana intermeaiate  s alions, daily ex *_uu.  Port' pre la P. trid i-\ter-,  ine-lhite stations t -,  Winnipegdl/ ex Sn~.'  Winuipeg to stations on  LJ-.tver ana Delta Drau  ches, Tue-i. ntul Thurs  Beaver and Dr-Ita. br'ch  stations, to Winnipeg  Tuos. andThars.    -  iVlnnipe^to Portage Li  Leave [.Leave i  Going . Going Arrivt  SontlL. 1 North. I  l  13.13  10.45  2C.0U l  All  the good poets are dead,  should  be a solemn warning to  word rhymers  pirattons.  This  the'  of todnv who have as-  ihit, one thing is greater than suc-  c��s, and that i.s another effort after  ���t failure:  Centlcjiien���While driving down a  very sicep hul last August my, horse  stumbled and fell, cutting himself  fearfully'- about the head and body. I  "fed" MINAItD'S' LINIMENT freely on  ���luu.and in a few days he was as  Well as ever. '  ', '  j;  B.   A. BBAUdHTDa-LTN. - '  Sherbrooke. '  Happy is  the man who-can't bor-  _gw  trouble.  :  Kiivdness is the. oil that makes  Wheels of care run smoothly.  the  MiM's Liatet Cnnis Guict ia Cews.  Miaari'. Liniment Cores Diphtheria.  Many a man who is unable to tell  tho truth ovens things up by refusing  to  tell lies.  The average  rather be right  a  school   board  man would much  than be president of  without  any salary.  $100 Reward, ��100  Thorondviaofthlai-aper wbl be P**-*?*-'' ��'  lef-rn tfcst there in at bant ono diradod dlpowj  that Sol nco has bson able to cure li> ail it?  stairw., and . that 1b CaUvrrh, Hail's C:.t��.rrt..  Cuu'-tith, Mily p. stive cure known to th*-  Hedicvl fraternity.   Cat��rrh he ' R; ��, eonst.tu.  me it. Hall'�� CAiHrvh Cure is tak'-n mtenmlly  acting din-oily upon the,blood end mucous ����r;-  ...ees of tl.c HT��UMn. thereby ^���"tjoying th-  fouiidfttlon of tf.o dlsva��e,aiid giving IU-; patient  strei.-6-th by bu Wing up the constitut mi and  ass&fns; nature Jr. <foing Its ^'f/w^JiZ  prletors have,si> much faith in dts ouratiY  powers, th��t they .Offer One hundred dollar* foi  any c����e that It /oils to euro.   Send  for   list of  t,!fa^oS^. J. CHKNET U CO:, Tol.do. C  ,   Sold   y l',ruggl.it<-,T5c. j  KRli's Ffttti.lv.'PiU.1* arc tbe best.  Perhnps'tho  man     you   think   is   a  thinks you are in the same class.  fool  When 'the leaves-begin'to turn the  tenclver'i keeps the pupils.busy turning  them.  1'., Gladstone.  Dauphin,    etc.,    Mon.  Wed. end Fri.     -  Dauphin. Gladstone. P."  ' la Prairie, W innlj>eg  rues.,  Ihur3. _:' Sat.  ^V'innipefT to Wp'gosi.s.  Tuea. and Thais.   -    -  Winnipetjosi-i  co   Wpfj  ilon. una Fri   ft'innifs?    ' to    Gimiil  Vie\v. M'>n. and  Fri.  3-nuid Viev.- to   Wp,?  Tucd. and S.'it..':..-;...  Daii]ih;���  to    Wp'eosis  and return., Sat   Daunhin to Swan Kiver  & Khvood, Wed .'  Ehvood to bvY.!- lUvo. !  & Do'iphni.li'ri   Leave from C. P. depot  Winnipeg  to Warroadj  Honudetto nnd int-----'  meaiato stations,_Ion,  Vi'ed., and i',n   Bc.aude.te, Wr.rrr.ad.ete.  to  Winniper.   Tuos.,  Thnrs. end Sat.     ..-^  D. 13. IIANNA,  Gen. SudI,  1S.8.  11,55  10.30  13 01)  D.45  S.ih  9.15  0.-15  5.0)  Vi it)  9.00  SAO  S.0  8.00  8.C0  8.0)  0.00  P5.45  tJ.Ot  ,7.15  13-bO  'xS.15  JB.31  ,io.e;>  ' US.C  1G.00  20.^5  C0..15  20.45  3!-.15  :9.15  12.C0  0.00  1P.30  21.35  12.20  A ringle smile from her rosy mouth,  A FurJclcn'glance from her soft eyes sent,  And lie turned, a. tbe wind veers north or sOttUt  And followecl'whithcr her light feet went.       >  Old she ling-er and look for a moment thcnT        '''  Did she lift her face and smile again?  Nay, not so!  Tlie heart of u girl, ah,- who may know?  r i '    i  ,'iVith ever}' pace of his swift pursuit    '  a  ll<-r Btt-p she quickened nor looked behind.  Eyes were speechless, and lips wire mute; '  N"e\'er a glance or cold or kind,  Aa if she cherished nor thought nor cars '  For the eager footfalls hurrying therel  Was it so?  The heart of a girl, ah, who may kaowf  Did she love him more when look and Brails  Silently bade him to follow her? '  Did she love him less when she wove her -wtrS  His heart to trouble, his hope'defer?     ' \  Nay, read you tbi. riddle, strange, but true���  She'loved bim most when she most withdrew I  Even sol                       ' ,  The heart of a girl, ah, who may tnowf  '"--Blanche   Trennor   He->(h  In  Auwts  Coastita*-  . tion, .   frying:, to Place Hires.  "Sir," cried the aggrieved stranger,  "you have grossly in.Jted my chosen  profession! I am ari ornament .of the  stage, sir."        '  "Eh? Might I ask what your special  line of entertainment is?"  "1 hold the glass to nature, sir." '  "Oh, I see, you are a blower."  "A blower, sir!" '<���  ,"Yes;.    a    glass    blower."���Cleveland'  P^ain Dealer. ���  XOT   MUCH  JPOll  HEALTHY  BABIES.  CHANCE-  , TttUTIl.       ,  *��� Bo truthful, said the teacher.  Always ? asked the. boy."  Always,- answered  the   teacher.    ,  Never tell a lie V ,  Never.  Not even a white lie ? _  Not even a white lie.  Huh.! ejaculated tho lad, .scornfully.'-'It's a mighty good thing for  you you ain't a boy with my da-d  for a father.  Why V   ashed   the "teacher.  Because, replied the boy, if you  was my dad's little boy, an'.you'd  heard what lie'' said about Aunt Eliza  eomiii' to visit us .with her children,,  an* Aunt "Eliza. had*-asked you if you  weren't all glad to sec- her, an'.you'd  told the truth like' I did, you'd  think there was a place where your  trousers was mighty thin after dad  finished  with you ���,  He went back to' his death, and as  he' sat down with great care there  was an expression on _ his face that  showed othe great lesson of truth  had been, at least in a measure, lost  on him.  "WHY A PLAY IS LTKE A OIGATl..'  Henry J. Byron,' one of the wittiest of English,playwrights of a score  of *years ago, -remarked on one occasion : ' 'r  "A. play is like a' cigar. If it's  good, .everybody wants 'a box. If iVs  bad; all the ���-* puffiug in the world  won't make it go."  Watchful     Mothers Can    Keep   Their  Babies  Healthy,  Rosy-Cheeked   <  and Happy.  GEO. H. SHAW,  Traf. M.  NASUN PACIFIC RAILWAY  TIME TABLE1  Nothing in. the world is such a  comfort and joy as a healthy, hearty  rosy-cheeked, happy baby.    '  Babies can be kept in perfect health  only by having at hand ana administering when needed some purely vegetable, harmless remedy, and of all  this class of medicines Baby's Own  Tablets arc conceded to be the best.  .For constipation, colic, diarrhoea,  simple fevers, sour ' stomachs, teething babies, .indigestion and sleeplessness, these tablets are a foally wonderful cure. You can g'.ve them, to  the smallest baby without the slightest fear. Dissolved in witter, .they  will be taken readily. Th<*y contain  absolutely not a particle ot* opiate  or other injurious drugs. They ore  small, sweet lozenges that any baby  will take without objection, and  their action is prompt and pleasant.  They will tone up the whole system  and make 'the -little one as hearty  and free from infantile disorders as  any mother could 'wish.  Mrs. Halter Brown, Mil by, Que.,  says: 'T have never used any medicine for,'baby that did him so much  good 'as. Baby's Own Tablets. I  would not be without them."- This  is the verdict of all mothers who  have used these tablets.  ��� They cost 25 cents a box. All  druggists sell them or they may be  secured by sending the price direct  and the tablets will be forwarded  prepaid. The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,   Dept. T., Brocl-ville,  Out.  Hero  is  an  advertisement  that  serves  a   .response.   It  reads :   <  /John  Smith,   who  thirty  years ,  deserted his poor wife and babe  return,     said   babe  will    knock  stuffing out of him/'  de-  "If  ago  will  the  This is the best value in a.  Lady's*   Diamond     Ring  ever- offered for $50.00. .  The stones in these ring's are  personally selected by ��s f rom  the cutters in Amsterdam, - ���  and are absolutely perfect. <,  You  will   find   this   and  hundreds  of other1 styles'  illustrated in our catalogue,  a copy  of which will be  sent you free."  DiAMOND HALL, Established 185  Yonge and Adelaide Sts.,  OCCASIONALLY   ��� REQULk*.  TONIC MEDICINE.  A  Yorli and  S s   .Mario. Own.  Sou Hi,  Toronto  " 'ni-r..���'>������   Via I,.ike-;.   .\lon., Thurs  and Mil -   Tuea , _"ii. niitlSuii.....  *vTom��-:���'.. To-v^to.   J-iir.v  east.vi.--. "llrn.il, daily.���  r��t     iVrui!,'C    and     intermediate  pilius, Mori., Weil. ft*i  jue-'./ihiira. A-Sfu'  ....  "��*it    Ports;*:,     tud      mlcrmeduite  ���,o,;it��jJJ'ut-.,Thrr-;. and Sat   M01:.. Wed. fu!fi V\: ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���  .Jo'._on L'-o  I'i-.n-.nnot  Mid   nxier-  ir>cd.a.oI'oii.-I**. Thurs only.   J'ortn". in lJ.-.u'i ie, E.-amloii. C.ilErnry'  " Xolf-ounu'lAli i-Coctetuynud Oonst  points- doil/ ,* WW  Pifi:u,'u la i*i..*ti(!, l'ra-iu Jii.anl inlet mcdlato p'vl'.ils, dadyo**- ���"��"���-���.���  Pr.rt-.Ko l.'i  i-.Mvi'". J'rtmdpn. ^o e-,  ra-d.V.*;)oi��t-J daily  ->rt".go l-'l   I-'''-  j.-l'.V nnd iilt'Ji  ot tsuiid.u  ..  Glid'.tone..J.-cmw.i. :'U'\}^JS!}V}^  nuerincdiuti-pol i-"3, >--:d.J .���*;���*;������?"   ���  SI, nl l.iike. y^'O'l.rt.rJfvri1'1"  ���i'UO'.. Vhurs.,t.:HlS:iUUMl'.y.  Kn-iui    Oily,..- 1-Lnu'ota  '.(^'es., Thurs. and bnx..  jvion., Wed. (v.'t! i-'tl.....  Morden, Doioraine r.uai-.  JiOlfilS  "Mlnot-:x.  :r.eii'ii.':e  d.-ulvext-iiiv  l'OJ-.its, oft' Iy ox Su:i. -   N-i-nnkft-, -Iilclittw Alameua-.and Inter  modlate lioiuts,   Blon., Woii., Ju'-  Tues., Tnura. and Sat. .........  rtw.'siono.Kc'ntoii, Areola .and inter  inctliito iioints.   Blon.: Wed.,  Fri.  rf,,|,��   Thui'-i. :tiidS:;t.   Frohysii^, IILkjU,   Mieufoit,  Esto-  va.i.Sat.   Sr/*\T_ ������*���>��� ���*������ ���**��� ��� ��� * ��� ���������������*��� ������*���  Gr-tna'st. 'Pmii, 'ChU*:i_:o.....:diiily  WestSehdn-;.....^;;^^,^^^  LV  21.50  21,50  T.CO  14X0  7.10  7.15  19.10  S  8.S0  S.SC  8.S."  7.40  ;7..6  ���7.30  't.s:  7.30  7.::0  t t.io  12 2  1S_0  7.50  A*l.  IJ.3C  0.3)  18 00  12.30  1S.15  21.2">  12.15  19.10  0 "'  10.10  10.10  19.21  10.20  isms  1S.-S5  1S.45  13. t  l-8.3(  10.0'  17.lt  ' LEONARD,  "Gou. Suiit.  ���a k. Mcpherson,  Gen. Pass. Agent,  A man would  doubtless  03 just  irritable as   a    sittiDg  hen -vera  placed   in  a similar  position.  as  he  IBM's Liaiiest Cares Eisteinper.  The prodigal son gets the fatted  veal, but the prodigal daughter i��  Si von the icy mitt.  The actress who has C5rcs like diamonds is never anxious to lose thorn  foi   advertising   purposes.  Look not upon the "high ball" unit stingeth like an adder and bithcth  like a lightning calculator.  Tho very young,man thinks that at  least ninoty-nine girls out of a possible hundred would' gladty marry  him if asked. ���)  The. woman who has on a pair of  low shoes and pretty silk -stockings  never gets the bottom of her, skirt  spoiled.    .;���.       "        .     .     :  Joseph Joachim, the great: German  violinist, -who recently celebrated' his  70th birthxiay, has ,beon made a di-.  rector of philosophy by. the Univer-  sify of Groettingeu.-a.n honor, ho says  he earned by tlie philosophy with  which he bore pover.tv .In his j'ounger  days.     ���    .   .  A. girl that can't sing and will sing  should  be muzzled.  It will Keep the Blood Rich, Ucd and  Pure,  Strengthen the Nerves  and Prevent Decline.  Mrs. Hiram Rinkler, the wife of a  respected farmer in South - Pelham  township, Welland county, Ontario,  says:���'"It is with great pleasure  that 1 give this tribute to the health  restoring virtues of Dr. Williams''  Pink Pills. When my daughter, Lena,  (now thirteen years of age) . began  the use' of your medicine, a little  over a year ago, she was in a most  wretched condition. In fact we were  seriously alarmed lest she might not  recover. The first symptoms were a  feeling of langour and weakness,  gradually growing worse. She became pale, lost flesh, had little or no  appetite and was apparently going  into a decline. Finally the trouble  became complicated with a persistent  sore throat, which gave her great  ditticulty in swallowing. .L gave her  several advertised medicines: but  they did not benefit, her. Then she  was placed under' the care of a doctor, who said her blood was .jjoot-  and watery, and her whole system  badly run down. The doctor's treatment did not help her any and then,  acting on tho advice of a neighbor, J  began to give her Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. The confidence with which this  medicine was urged upon us was not  misplaced, as I soon noticed a distinct improvement in my daughter's  condition. The use of the pills for a  few weeks longer seemed to completely restore her and irotn tliat  time she has been a cheerful, light-  hearted girl, .the very picture of  health. 1 will always recommend Dr.  Williams' rink Pills lo other sufferers, feeling sure they will prove quite  as efficacious as,, they did in my  daughter's  case. .'���  ��� Mothers- 'with ��� growing daughters  "will make no mistake if; .they' insist  upon the occasional use1 of Dr. Williams' Ptnk Pills: they will helpthe.in  to develop properly;- wifl make their  blood rich and pure and thus w-ard  off disease and decline. The genuine pills are sold only in boxes bearing the full name, "Drl. Williams'  Pink Pills' for Pale People" on ' the  wrapper around each box. None  other is genuine, no matter what  some self-m teres ted dealer may say.  If in doubt send direct to the Dr.  Williams' Medicino Co., Brockville.  Ont., and the pills will be mailed  post paid at 50 cents a box, or six  boxes for $2.50.  It's a pretty safe bet that the man  who boasts' of being , a gentleman  isn't' anything of the kind.  , You need not cough all night and disturb  your friends ;��� thore is no oceas'on for you.  runnine: the risk of contracting 'inflammation of the luugs or consumption, while you  can get Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup.  This medicine cures coughs, 'colds, inflammation of the lungs and all throat and chest  troubles. It promotes a free and easy expectoration, which immediately relieves the  throat and lungs from viscid phlegm.  When a girl  a young man  the  mitten.  is hand in glove  she doesn't give  with  him  Minarl's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc. .  The Captain���Why, yes, we can tell  when a storm is approaching. There  are weather  prophets  at sea.  The passenger���1' hope they are not  so  often at sea as those on land.  Most of the songs sung  stage by request are at the  of the singer.  on  tlie  request  Mr.- Thomas -Ballard, Syracuse, N. T.,  writes: "I have been afflicted for nearly a'  year with that most-to-be dreaded disease  dyspepsia, and at times worn out with pain  and want of sleep, aud, after trying almost  everything recommend'd, I tried one box of  Paimelee's Vegetable Pills. 1 am now nearly  well, and believe they will cure me. I would  not be without them for any money.  Many  lasting  friendships   are     due  to the distance between- the friends.  "Early  spoils   a  Ins eyes.  t o   bed  man's  and     early  temper   and.  to   rise  reddons  It takes a dashiti;,* young widow-  to make several kinds of a fool of  a man.  BIG   STOCK   OF  -fciAfw mJjinii NMHa .���-irin-wwrJI  AND  MATERIAL  ��a  Everything  Printer  for  the-  &���_>  MEITM,  175 OWEN ST..  '���^VWW^rVV'VA*1  LIMi/TED.'. ���  WINNIPEG  W. N.  U. No.  343.  m  ���-^���^i9_8_$��C <3  --*.-;-'*�����;  ��� f,.  ��������.-.  OU'}'  '-iu   *><������,;_.���  i   -  in.    i  ,   i ���  -  ! 11 i-   . -     -.  .-.,>'(..;     ',., ;  I.   I '    1    .,(','  .'i i'-'i. ;: lu:i,  Ji!   -.1 . f,i  r *1  /" ST ,f x  r!*r,'''' <���; c< i  .i       T  'Die Goi/oramorst fro. Up by Ociuit j  St, Denis in i'71A.   ,  ��� **���  '.':{���  i *_< i  c.i,v  i..  to  nit-  ::.n j'  ��� (-i-  'Ijim.  '."1,1  y in j-,-,'3  i' .!,'....;  vvh- i. 'l)i y ,,  w..l';,Jit.   .'Sr  ��� ih     ' it.ll'   J'u,!  "   ..Oil    .'tl!-.    -. *  i'    'Vii'-ilLri'i,;  If ���(������,.-..]-, ;n, ;*y i!iii:rnH, n d,]ny t-. ii a*  ,w_ h.,-_ d.liiod with in Hie pa-'.,   <-n].  e.-.':ipin- :h_ tenor, oi Lucfe-im   by   ���.*������.  element of lool:, "While ... h-n.-e lms  rove.Jeu /hi. [���,-_,.' .Linger, :-.nd provided a'rem.dy, ii has a!.-* ii. -ro.tt-, ���'  menial an__ui_y. Suppose a giil with  rip.   bacteria n   h'p*.   .-hunkl   .-:,d.]{JU!\-  i:oi(iiin!ic   _;���>.-fr��raoni   r>.   I-du'Iiv. .���.,;��_ n  .' iii-ncry-��� _���?����� Count'.'' >Tocling ���wiT.i"  u tl'o ?,r..n He   _r_-o_._.it Ifo  Ilarf   {.lain.  -(���p   .     i.i-  '* 'In s-.n \  'i rcfi,'1" i  TO     13*---  .'.rre-  h'-'  -  *-      4 '  -��:r^-^-_*j.--.-'-r.-^r-^J-?rj__^^  U tin*. I  ��������� er to c�� ti;i .  go\i_*rnor o'* -h  rived at \  i  '.'������ i-ovVt'r-3 oi,'  ;-"r:is>]t viceroy/  'nt. or, iniiirt<-*���',,  ���spc-:-;--'d t-- turn fver;rt.hing  ������rriirij",.  !.i- ���>���.-  - j.^Uiii ten  vY-n.u_.--ar-  'i ml-.  o.f-tiO in  gold.    Had It.: hud a few  .] .- Ionp'<-r he would haw aT i ici|>a ..ea  worl. of Austin and Hon.,(on, nnd  ii  Thi'jv ii much weil-antli.'!.. ;<*.i,i  t c\- ma-  t'-njal i.ir the historian in the minds of  -   -.-���, ���  _,- .._._ i.mnviiiiim    _rxiiH that Mexico could nut I-rne over-  nnertahud him in  a most hospitable I thrown  100 years before the'battle of  nanner.    Th.-   polit-hed    address    and I "--m.-JacinTo was'fought.--Glol'>Dpxn-  i_-_s-.-._.___.l    _.'_.._...       -v. . __ I .  w>_ ^ ^ '���'"���it.'c-'.-ui./utu.ii'.'iirilie  Rio ttrur.d,\ tin- _.u*>��_*-ior i\e<-ivivA and  e  lHujllil'l.       J. IK'     j  eouit.y' miurtry  bearing of the bold I ol-t.i1.  ���-" old -.eieransof tiho ho.-uer that will { 1�����" f vt;n;u,-r ahnoiTMnswutJy v.-on '  ..ion i.i^ hevond tkM''!iP.'i.iJwr.- 01 1*1,,*ol,J P"-��v-.'t'Eor.acdai the  r*.    K-u  people lur-o-n anythm^ of the I f^ ."^ -^ he3rt ��f hL"' bljantifui  .ivffc. wttlcments j��'Tcxa- >Mi*d  !    w"hjer: /' '"^ ^ e^^ of nnitnal ]ove  ' , ..1.J, | at hrsi SighL    Su D_u._. nhno.;tf  t'Kiab'ir-hed  a   government   in  ��5.  !_--'  ��...*'  c_- itc i*c"__ _sa*r_ri*-_XTv  '^-'.*^.  _fiE__*f___E!__-__,!tS_^_*_5_^ c  - TV**" 'h>''"_!,^'*^;'l^|^'>-T''',���'**^--^^^_r--���,--,���.^ ._  :2ia^  '���*M  et  iloublJ  oubUe- nuhv, v-ili b. astoai^hed to J, ^ ^Sm- *U V0lur ���n*>iiorgc  -���arn that Ihe business of cn-atiir*- re-1 !f "V?-,re 1L.at lie 1,ad l^eu <7reQ7_iin  uldic*-   in  that   i-n,,,^.     , ,T.-_,,-i I ?f'   v''j2iK'   cajoyjnff the ho.'--pi,tality c  w �����   i--4-J_^ij_-K_n___  )-.   f*!   f .  --*'   ���'���,   t?  i.i i'i !:/  K.,  {'i^pamiin:u;d   I_Ij._5   hr;n   h.-jfoie  could flood 1.1-5 ruouLii Viit'i anii.-*ep;i  what agony he woi:1. I   cnduie   ���������.������iili'i:i_- .  for tho lv.crerj'i to develop, and   curv I  him bey'jud ihe cloud-?.    It   is   .-���inipiv  awful to cnmempJ.tto t)ie   ch.nicfv-   v, i-  run even-d.iy. and .i :n,m  (o   bo   re.is-  onably _.ife fhould  lie 'a   clcrlr.   in  lit"  stoie of a man who d.ic'.i'not ndverlisc.  Bactciia is   never   sivnpui'd   when  man i_ ntone.���_\ew JJonvor L?u'.'Lj."  j uldio-.   in  that   country    commenced  ..rai'.y L'OO yars ago.    Tjn_ru lvort. ft-;,  imster. �����% ho dreumed ol carving-out lo:-  ' *'(*7nselv{'-. an empire in {he u j'i-ai s_ 'nr-  . .*st long before e\ezi .'\rirou Ij;m- wa_-  "-n>.   OiliPi.-,- in the jynliz oitiic uic-t  .���:rfiil ri-.ulers ol hi.s km > v. ill jKvr^ldy  i .- surj-.rJM'd to learn t'iia. i he'old San  '\ntgnio .road, whioh is one of ihe* best-  ; iicn.-n   landmarks   in   tlie   t-.ou.hwc-t,  ������.as laid oi'��* and c;ireially mapped just  *p2 yi-ar-j a��o.   It, w;.s at one tim-:-. re-  ij";)rdcu'as the longest highway in -ihe  v.orJd.    It was lunger tlnn .-my of Ihe  ;Jd JJoinan iMads���lorirer than -* ii-.- great  /-'.-f  -     _. ���pi.tality of  .-enor   Vjljeseca*:, naid  basking in    the  smiles of Donna Maria.  Tin-re vras ,i:ioi her suitor for the hand j    _.  .>: this ycniTvc h,dy, and this was no Jess j j& i"^ 0 gj  ;lifc'  [*ii3  ft  L"j _2->  Q fes_-  ** \ t  - i-  ;;/   i -^ g^ B^  .v',l  ft, /  10'  ^sawo-  io per Cent  below Ci  *_ah'F of  military road that Jed from tin.  i.'ur .eternal City to Constanlinoplu and  iho  Asiatic  ptovinces.     Tho' .San An-  thrown into the fortrer^ of Monoelava. i H__  Donna :\faria contiinied to assm-e the  young man of her devotion and of'the  friendship  of her father.     After    St. I P,n ��������*_,- -.-*. ���/- -,,-c-c 9   m^.  Denis had been coniiucd a month or   ^'<*-* P^^**5 k^S      i O-Uia,  DouJt waste money buying on credit-  Bring a.1 your cash to Gilpin's and  get goods at less tban wholesale cost,  Our stocks are still complete, We  vfon't be here much longer  A','  ..*-  ,*-_-  -       Glory,,in TDxceJeior.  r   ''.My pa, ho .ay. yirisrjvth.d^ i,i::$  ihe stage have c.vi'.clsiiH' in their  ('���;  nioro his powerful rival appeared one I _.  fine day at Ihe door of Ids evil, followed   -Rnild-PPR'   RllTirsl .Q��3  by  a file of his guard.-, and told St.    ^UliUW&     *^wpplic3j3,  Ilm.tr.  .!,,.'    ���."���!*., I .1   ���        j, i  ACic  Denis that if he would instantly surren  *r,-.,'n   T-n..i     '*"���'���    ."'"-   ���'��-��"."- '-'"lis mat ii no would msmntJy surren-    .-.r      -/_ -    -._  ���0,1.0. ro.nl  proper ran  irom San An- dor all claims to the hand of Donna   JbdSll   PII6   tl&&VV  -us in. to San Ant.mo, and the long A.arit,., that  he would release him and    ^^^^ *<aliU   *"&C. Vy  roadex-Wrl.r.. Fr3ihofthcAla_.3o-n.is- giv�� him letters that would assist him' Ur ��i���. '   -r*.    .      ,  i-.'  r',-  **-'*-.'  �����**���  > V  , 1  All accounts must foe settled at once.  id  :?fl' ���'   f i&$;$ eompiimes,-" litt?>, V.'u'ldo inform.>d (he f ',vi��i,,���   u if' n "-udryct.  "'A '"-1\m4 '   ..,;..:.,-- -.:i  j _:._*   ..    ......     ! 'i.*'er v.liieh 5'; nni'*h *ti  f  J* across the j;io (Jr., .up to the City I in tlio'^^lion'o^ his'^^ ��!e | ^�� V/HrSre,   PailltS,  ot U-v-i'o, a i,isfanco ol moi-. thton.OOO    City of .Mexico.   St. Denis, whh -fhi di-in**  -������Jc's vas .:hj ended fiie !-'an Ai.ror.io    <\ves, scona-d  the offer, and^is ivi.Jy  A-iad.    It v.-.TrT'omally h\i<l mflOj fvet    was worthy of one of rhc old __i_i.---.ts of  il/l _ t -.   _���        ���*"."��� ?..,_._-....   _.>i... r�� t --1  _f/^ "a*--  -.-���,'.'.  *������*���������  -** "iffiR}:*-?  nver v,7iidi .*"'* nni'*h xicel'ovt, aaci i.'ahlv  ���il**  -1{ J o*  . ( '/. > *  !)��J  .r ������!.;.  ,'"' *v.   ���<  i"t-;-f�� t ���';  ��� *   f . _ . I-  . r    'T*-''*        '  t     "-if -ul'  (  '.: ���''{'  .   !  i___ !'fr  -, {  /���,-,'!   '^  '^t'   '   -.'-.'al  'I'll-.:  **J  Ifh'F 't?  'idc-1   .  '   rt-iiii-  % .it   ui  *: n:i T-a-'elcd'-c-ci-' wiiieh  thousands c-iMwded t'.cir  t)e field-! for juoiv ihan "100  y<ia.--. w.:-. laid oil'by iv.en who w-c-j-,;  I all; in <T! of ropubliccui, in- I'dtrlion. bc-  Jore tli��. ���id:.-;i of vieiTor-'OM or the fri-  uniphs   of Vrashiupion Lad   <-t\ .*- 'en-  , '��������?'  V"i.    .���'  l1 3  r.t.'r  ���tf:t  1  ,  t,-!   I  Mi.  '.  IS1  j- it'- h  as -.1  minister wiiiie on leavorin^   to   o11'c*/ ��� i  ��� tain hi in in the   p..jlor   imiil   u_.u_.-i in i '  got Iter hair iixed and Imr '-.ku-*.-   nio-  perly btilanceil;   "and   t  know   what  tho excelsior is for) too.    Do jou?"  ;   "'V/ell/'the   tro'oil   mui   r_plh,d,   *'I  i    --   .. ......^., _,, v,_. _.,.-.   , ...    ^-_i  nevoi go to plays where tlicit! art- ���..ir]_ j  tered the mind-, of the v.hdest dream  dressed iu M'jrhts.*   J hup. you   do   not [ ers*  do so eith'er."      ��� ',.'.���, |      Sp*1-"' -"-^ rrnnoo both ehumi-d the  ��� "Xo, pa he always goes alone   when  they aregoine; to be Unit kind-of shows.  ���But, honest,' .don'l jou like shows  where thev have tlie tiglits 'and ex-  celsioi?"  country. Fi-aneo basied he:- r]-.bi'S on  the disco*. Oi*ics���of La '_aJle. Thisg-reat  e-rpJorer, in seareltin,? for The mouth of  the Mississippi, sailed too far west, and  1'nlly hi'idid'ori  (he aftaras ojF Matar  ���r.i'fjn  ih--v he hniii a fo~L, .'ir_cl  '.My dear boy, I must  insist   that I'  f  cai-.-d  n   Fo."'.- S_t. L'6-ufg, in honor of  'iM'.r* \' i road, |'cidval.'y. . . .      ,  ���'Tyrnnl,yo_- mayload nit v. ith chnins.  but t.o loiiffaa Uiimi. _...-(-1 a I.c_,orr. me  \vi;)i ].��r J live and coi.f.... jjc.*, ;-o Jontr  .hall that, lu.e au<l conltdi-Ta". be..uard-  ed as niy inii.st sacred treasure... You  may ta'l.o from me my 1 .'ft,' .senor, but  you cannot take- from ...   '���.���_��� Ji.ji  The iyrai.0. ordered  1 :. Dwtirt to be  treated as a common orhii'nnl, hut wheu  months had j>a.ssed and i' c braveyounq-  I-Veticlunan fchowed no signs oty'-'jdJDJ^  1he wretch'Vent a cout-ier'bearing thit,'  'cruel mossap-e to Donna .Maria:. '*_\lar-  ry me, and St. Denis shall be released;  refuse, and your lover shall surely die.���''  The fearless yountf girl declined the  tyrant's offer ia emphatic ternir,, and  at once applied to t' -.j viceroy h\ the City  of Me-vieo. udlint- Jiira tlio story of their  *,<���- ��a r-.     _.-. I-..-, it \Jlti-asj��  I? ���  |\1  AGKNT FOIl HAMILTON POWDER C0.v  ^r. - STOI.KS AT CJ.'AXJIKOOK   A.VJ.   MOYrK,  fi  &  'A  M  ���??  (_  "-.���.���.���-Tn.simt.asjg. an<i  j'lujjiljhiff.  i*V-.  .*  ��_ ��� --   i: '  ;r  O l{ U U T   _  5.-I3 J g J  t* .*.  l'v i.��'___- -_��?��� -'���' . ,*   .�����   ���"'-'.  *:_.->;*_ _.���j ^"M._._w___Wh_ ..... ..v., .-.i��� .I*-.. __,'_. ^__  : * *...  "*r7'-'^ '��� "'��� ���"<'-*->"' ^ .'''i::^ -..vt-^-..--������. t/7^  O.  ������_>,  l*?!!_rfS  V   .lVW._-l �� IT.  L>--  "Civ'7*rcn^<C_'.*T^--r'r^ TT',,,S **__yyt'��-w-'i!'**f *���  ( ���* ^*-* ^-**-*'*��� "���a^.. *a*rt^e_r ��i_cj_  MOV7io'?--i'].r;Aj:>r:.G no-n:r..  ,�� '   ,  ! i ' "  l-.-*l      -I  v> *-t-y- .,:  m *&*&%  as        ><*����__s' cj  i  W1LPKY LODGE NO. 4-1.  Meets 'every Monday evening in their  hull on Victoria street.' Sojourning  Odd Fellowa cordially inviu-d.  ( F.-I. Mooke,. A, 73. Dkummonp,  ('        Xohlf-Grind. ' Secr'y.  wMxramxtKyartftamaKim-mwL.zinnmim <   i��w ii__ niniiim  , it it  ,r  .1 'V-'  }A  t< -Jf  ,i ! /<4  tu  '*!.:'?": j if-d .  ii?"  ..1  to l.e.p ii small body of soldiers. ' He  lost his life through'the treachery of  ills own comrades, and it is supposed  that 3iis bones repose somewhere ,ou  the .shores of the Xeehes river. Exaggerated re].oi*ts ebneerning1 ther. rich  country west of the Idississippi river.  i which bordered on the Gulf of Mexico,  ft  p?"4 $������$  I   bfe'������������.*;.  H     '-'it {!!,. ,'i      !]��     .i  ���^3  I'ri  "Pretty good'. Say, the p.ople thai  belong where you ureac-h uut.t like  shows,of that kind where Ihey have  tights on, too, don't they?"  Ob, no; indeed, I hope not."  "VVul],   'tilOH,   "Willi.    WCjC    th^V     am i     ���   t- -,, ., ..  ,,,        .    ,.      , .    ,.      ," , rer^jhon  I-ranee,    i'hc soil was sao/1 .to  . singmjj -Glory m Jixcclwur' for a, hard   ,J0 ihc rJc.hetl in Uls ,,,orld) v^ olimat^  as Ihey  could,   and   why   dhl you   ie.il was salubrious, like that of southern  ihem il vou didn't kind of   like   it?"���| rfPain�� the mountains were full of gold  'Chicago It. cord Herald. ! :mfl sU���r"<fld thc \ivef ra,n ovpr -?olcl-  ,   -  - : en -saitd.    Among the htuidrecLs oC ad-  I venturous and warlike spirits that sur-  c-olgos/. in fjioae Confiu-moM*. ' rounded the throne of Louis 'XIV. none  r  Albany, Now   Yoik,  October   10.��� i listened to Ihcso s1o_-if,s with more ea-  Stato suti-n-.r-tfeudunt of pri.ori.s Coiliud ' -T"1"'-"^ "th'lJ- r������* ''*". D.m-.'r.   ir6 -n-as  ���  1..-,    ,.;,.���,.    ,   .-  ,   , -    _   ,i    * ,-       .*.-*brave, energetic, a.nd handsome voutK  js-  given   ordcrtj   that   Ozola;o-i,   tne      i _, -i    ������  *, if   *.   _  fe     - ' who ban mnerder. a  great  name and  pmruerer of Pre.idoiu.riJcKinloy, must j many'heavily mortgaged estates.   Tbe  bo [he subje.r, of no notoriety v.huo i.i | jpportiuiity which he eagerly sought,  to draw ht-i sword and make an efl'ort  io fill hi<- purse on the plains of the  Kio Grande, soon presented itself.  The best of  accommodiitioaf-  for ihe i ravr-ling public,  McMaUon Bros., Props.  Jlarjn and res-u^ied liir. journey to the  City of _\Ioxico. .Here Ids pleasing address won all hearts. 'The viceroy offered him a position under the Spanish  government and gave him full authority  to punish his enemy. St. Denis showed  that magnanimity was numbered with  his many other fine traits of character,  for he refused to make anv trouble for ,  hulmaa who"hado,BO ;^v,.wronged B. A. SMtTH,      Moyie  t ��..._..  -i..... _ i     .....     . t .i  Moyie   Miners'   Union  i t    ��� >  X*C*"0.*7 1.,  Mep.sin McGregor hall every Tuesday  evening.     Sojourning   "niembers    are  ' cordially invited to alteud.  Joilv McDonald, "       P. T. Smyth,  Presidc-n't, Secretary.  JbOOTS,   AND ' SHOES |-^oyi�� Board of Trade  J-tcpfiired and iJade to Order.  pyi-.oii     awaiting     electrocution.    JJoj  niiif-t not be  .-seen.   <>ih1   vi.iioi.  must  not be permitted to cutcv any  pu-t  of  the pricou where knowlec'gj might   be  '"-���-'*- -     ������'hi-  vanlen \  gumed  of  his   location.  %. ���*  '���ii.t  ���_&  :t_ .s-j :  I''  ! if-  The bare cold facts of the story of  this  young inn n't, adventures read  so  j much like the dream*1  of a romancer  -k , .   v , ,���   ���     .       v   i   _      - ,     i t-'1'"'t thev would be reieeted bv all his-  hti.   been   instructed   fo    lnionn     tho    ,    ���        '.. _, *   .   .V  1 ! fonan. ii they were not supnort-ed bv  g:iart;.i  and   oiiier   employe..   ,of    the i Indubitable - records.    Count tit. Denis  pri-ou that the tlivuigiug of any infor- ; -i'-d a young .frenchman of equal rank  !��:���.y_ ; -if   the uamr- of jRcllsle ^ve.re both vio-  ��� 'cntly'in  Jov.? v.-ltli the .same   younir . ��� ���         ���.    .  ,.                  .                                          ! 1'uiy.    Their riv.<li*\ ended iu a ouanvl    ,'PP*-;��''***v?d   at   Sr���  iK-m's' Louse with a  tii.cipiino and v.u!l  oe   dealt   with  tic                 .*������.��� >��� i.,..._ ���i   ^..r   ....     . ,  m.ition concerning him or   '-.is d:  sli.dl be considerotl a   gre.it   broacii  It. is not known as to what k'nd of authority was granted to him by the Spanish officials in .Mexico.   He built a fort  at Nacogdoches and laid oil a city.  He  ordered the lands surveyed, and granted  titles to the settlors;,   'lie established  l-iading- posts at various points iu the  interior and    rnpidly   ac-ci-jm-ojated   'a  large fori one. 'ife ]iossc.i*.ed the happy  xacultj- of  making-  a friend of cvery  if.an   who came- in contitct. with him.  lie was c-allod the' "just chief by the  Indians, amd Jiis fame for fair dealing  \vas well established with all the tribes  w.rhh. reach of his capital.    While in  the   height of his power two Indians,  one day came to hi.s. house and told him  that tJicy had seen a whit-, man with a  tribe of const Indians who held him as a  prisoner.    St.'Denis  at once    offered  them   a  large  sum of money if'thay ,  would go and rescue the white maji a nil j  hi ing- him to -Nacogdoches.   Thc Indians I  went av, ay, a.nd in a few weeks they re  ���suaa MacEachuen & Macdonai_i>s.  S. J. WHITOOM]?  ITotifO'    painter,     grainer,  _>Ieet_ on the first Wednesday  evening of each  month at  8 o'clock sharp in, tlie court  liou.e.  A. P. Mac_)0_.al��, Frcs.  ft. '   * 1 e    "3   '      '**���'    ���*  rfnhsh toi  o    r  Pefinaiiei.it  kO,\r,' AND SAVINGS   COMPANY  Tlfe objects of  the  company  ��"���:    To  nilbrd   a  riafe   nnd  jirofitalile ijit-nua for the giving ofjStnall sums by   regular  instalniPij.-'s, as w��df osnfor the  investniout of Binall arnou:il.  of capital at a productive rats  ���     of inltrrn.    To a..ist  member-, in building, purchasing,  or improving homes and clearing  off' existing   incumber7-"  ft rices.'  T. SMYTH, �� Agent,*Moyi_-  i L. A. llicitERe,      ' Licw.s Thomson,  j  Vice-Pres. , '"    "  Sec'y.  .���it*"*  /mmM  CO OUT .MOVIE.  _*Vn. -_0.o.  Tt'T.o-.  gla^er    am!    pr.pcrhnngcr.   / \'f%$J0$$ \ M__t_ on U.eiasi n.,11  f31   VVOrk  o:.   ptrLvt   aur-lf   l^M%^\  Ltayoro^hmW    i,.  tu/',.  i-,nr.,,,i/,.,l        r).:.,    .     ..I.    jt___i\ f.V&".l!*\ h _  ^J_fi_rW lu����-?nd"  *^��_. ^r  i:\oe guritnicrd,    J'tu;--.-;  according     to    finality    and I  \MM-  stock ra-in" i ed ' '    v-:*^-/'  ui.   LiiLtiicrii   invJtc'l  'iqyie, j&. 0-.  j I". I. mooke, c.'r  0. T. McGRF.GOl., It. S.  ' '������i' �������� *X_^-*����fcrt_f-->��ijr^i  ���J.CL^i.^.  ^'uneral Director  tlKi  ��� _��_V/t-._J_.*.l_~   ���  cordingly.  nfe5  ���TO TJ-JE ...--,A..���_  uhicJ- Jed to a..'Ti.ieJ.,  -Th_ antagonists  m"i and fougln-.-. ior,-rible battle with  ! -words, which tf-.-aim.led, as St. Dents  j sup posed, in the death of his rival.    IL  a -���,,���    i    i ,.   , .    . ,   -t once iled  from France, and after a  _i r.ieii   ip.dv curf**d   o    her   deafness ��� _ *       ���  '  . -  ,-"1-u '���*"-l-u-!!���'.r;o.   of  narrow y^cap-.s from  ai-.rest  and noi.es m the head by Dr.   Nichol- |'aud death he finallyJanilod in America  son's Ai'litioi-i; J_,ar Drums,  gave  {filO,-1 '1D(i   .ioined   the ^n-at Louisiana com-  "OQO to hih ..ualitPte. .o Ihi.t deal people I "rin-r'    nis   cou"T'r.vraen  received   him  ... '     ,,     ,.        * ' "'ith  open arm-., and immediately of-  utiaole to procure ihe K.rDrum.s may | ,Vrod  hini   omP!c,ym,nT.    All   Spanish  havo them   free.    Add re. s No,   U rrl'l ' territory, at tliat- time north of the Ttio  The Nichol.on Institute, .780,   I-V-'miIi ' r:randj  tvn.   rul^d  by a governor an-  naked, Ji'.ir-sta.rved human being who  i.a:. hi smeared with dirt and pa'inl/jd  like an Indian. St. Deui.s ordered a  bath for the poor shivermg creature,  and sent a suit of his own clothes to the  bathroom. Wh.n tin- man had been  washed and dollied he appeared before  his benefactor. St. Denis no sooner  looked a,fc him than he was struck  dumb with amazement. The man was  i"  GAMPBELL. |     Metihodist Church  - SE It VICES  Arc- Ijl-1c1 in IJaiiiSc-ns V tdiaped building, corner Victoria and Tavistock  fctrf-cl, each Sabbath at 7 :?,0 p. til.  *    S-i bba t ii *.;(;hool a t $' :30 p.m.  The'publio tire invited   and   will '���be  (.-ordially welcome to  attend   services.  W. L.JS__J_l..r)AN.  Pastor.  SUCCESSpus TO  M. Mclnnes & Oo.T  >VII0i.ESAI_E AND KETAIb  MEAT'    MERCHANT^  Presh  and Cured Meals; Fvedl  Pish, Game  an t   Poultry.    Tv'e '  tupply  only   the   be...     Your.  . trade solicited.    ���     '  .'���I.VKKr.T.S   AT  At   all   i';he   Principal  Cities   and  Towns' in  British Columbia.  :     CRANBROOK, B. C,  l^..l.... l  _| L .,���_.'.�� _.,,.(_   ur  (rr.i'iu-.-e i.r ri.'impion   College ol   the;  t/r.ftc-tl ��^.   '"���;.     rp;ioi-:..ii]ir ,(l,fj gon. !  "ml   fuinl'uio   rep tiring.    <i/]j,.'e   and  ���-tor?, ..il....'--    block,   near  Canudian  iJiijl: of   Commerce.    Telegraph   and  mail Oidt-i-.i p:ornpr,ly attended io.  POP   PINE   TAILOPING   GO    TO  (  o  B. 0.  1  !^?^*-"<*ff*-��*MMawj j -.���m^.-),_J-.r,M, mamnnMM  1 V-iS* ���rv, rjwvr; "���  .���-.*.�����_'"_ .** ^;��:t'.-^^_r'j-iyu��i-_���>vr,-  A.venii'_, New Yoik. U. S, A  l'Ointcd I13- ihe vjcerov of ?dt  icd.    The  -'i.-._ss,i-.iciit v.oris Cun.ru.t*: '.'i-.3i.ci_.  , Parlies wishing to Imxa ass-'.-.-wr-  ".vork done on claims inthe vii'mii-, --  Moyie, will do well to consult 01 writ-  the uii'lcrsigiu'd for lerm-j. AToil.  left in my cure will he r.i'oti.pily a'  tended to, and s.ititf.iclinn will Li  guaranteed. 8. A. St.OTT.  .' * > I ���  !,'jr  1 Oi   1  X.r.loyoi-, ir��)L St>;-:nr..-.  Tlie most complete hc-al-li ic-.ort on  (he continent of ITnrtli America.    Situated    iniik-1   sccnory    uniivailed  uranfiuer.     THE   HALOiON    HOT  [*iPilIM(5S  J-'a.iilaiitim,  Halcyon   JTt.-t  c-inings, Arro\/ L'-il;", T..   (.  p'liysici.m and nt:;-'',    j'.o.diny  'i'(,legr,ipl'ii  Louisiana cohipany was anxious to pes  j -cm The country, and  tho atUhdrities  ; --ent Count St. Denis .it, the lif-ad of a  :.'u : -:t-Jo army of Ic-s/thnn .no men to plant  -   *"!ir* ling: of Prance upon the dome.-a of  I'll-  Ppainfh forls and  mir.=;ions.      l.e  ��� 'i-tirclied rhromrh a region of countrv  : 'hat ]jfr-i-.,l]y suarmed with hostde ?u\-  _ a-'t-? ami f.'..ni.!i.h_d hini'-elf in nnnh-  ^rp.  Te-x-Mf. wiCnoui   o-cr  ti_ 1.1,'f n shot.  ��� '!<��� rnusf have been an c-.traordi.-.ij v  .-.ounc man. pos--es^ing many of ti._  trait-- of a. loader, not iho Jen=t amoiv:  \ which were 1*1*^ ma-ierly accompli.'-h-  1'tents- a. a. diploma;, for h" not only  mnfie  an alliaiu'.. offen-Ue ;*nd defen--  ^   ���?"%  ������***���_.  yt    i ;i   0  ���4_S*  yv!_.J? ftj��  p.nd   (.-r.rui.-ionH.  niunication   will  V.'0-fld.  daily.    Terms, %1.\  i-M    dh:-1'  li(*.-,i(len.' '  y i'i' h!n;  com- ,  of     ih,>;  Tv.o mail*- arrive  ami   deptirt  I'ulmt;  o   -i;J-S   p'.   woek  rileiicc   in   hntd   fir  ive v. ifh the powerful, v. nritke Na* < he-'.,  '^ at lif sooti won the, friend-h-p of ill-'  ���'"ani'-n setfi'-r-- vdio ii-v 1 in i;u> fen?  '"r\ tr.to>:ica<,'d with hi > r j-' -������ -.-, ne  '') o'ly cut loon from the Dc.'i:'''i-i  ' ; -,; ar.v and ���<���' up a po',c.-,i -n^; (/f;_._.  " ���'������ " !';-' ''";'; 'u ���'h.-' :-,-��� ���,- !.-���-_. rli,<!  ' *'��� '  " .���       ��� '   ���       T', * -...   *.iJi,J- h  '.  ;i   .'   ;-'-nl ���;       . m'>      . -i 1 . ',-".* 1 ,*..-,.  ":; ;,'��',1''W1-:^c.r^t1f.1,^  -t   was a  ���������irioul kind of ^    r,.1Vprp-  r""-    R<* [>'nts,v.,;  ��.-{, ,,.,  ...^   '  -  mio TCfi.'le.-f, 1 !U  were. Frc-n.-hmc.n, and tbey inMantly  embraced <.ach other' and buried aii  past differences. Pelb-Jo's story was a  short oar-, i,ut /���]] of sniYClTmgs. TT-.  had recoierod from the wom-ds Ja-  flic-ted by ti,,. .-word of Sr. Denis, a.nfi  not Jong-/.ttcrwtinl he joined a colony  of adwrnturei-r w h,y sailed to join tbe  ho'ii*-' H.'icomp.ari;, a!, tbe moui'h of the  -Mi'si'-siimi. i.i.'a- L;i Ha.llc-, thoy l.-.f-t  their way, and .ailed too j",v- west. J.-_-  h-.le. v. ith two f">miitd(��--,, v.<. ui, adiorc  on thc eoa:-*, of Tesa;; to en jov a hunt.  T !����� }' gfit lo.-,i��� and thc ship -.. ii.d awav  and     L.f-     . 1.-  1 ^._ i       "  .* _w    uii-. iu.      _\_ii_i-    \\ut>cleim"*  ihrouyh tho forushs for many dayr: 1. ��.  lisle';, two comtadi,., ]v.rkshed ' from  h'-oigtr.   l.Hk.Ie. Oil i  ^:>    l.-r.l.'-.     V-.  i  \i (Usa _���-___!����_._ .yU.I  MERCHANT   TAILOJB,'  Fine   Suitings,    Qvercoating c  'J'rou.rns;   Imported     Goodd.  MOYIE,  - B. 0  '.'.I..M _<...__. _,.W-^_.  . X.VJ  TO BU_?i.V.LO,  S'Pi'T. MUJV    J7T1.,  r. ��V v-/-*      n   n ?5 is ���- ������"���5-' !  !--H"-fj    LpiVbS.  >���(���> fl-  I Jill'   J;-  I 01  h.:f,  ,-!.-!���  :i.-  Us i'���lh= cute all   net',<Hi.-  |'n,",  it!  O  mu.cular dUcive."-.    It.- waler. he.il all  ,   liver   and   .lotn-ich   lionblo..  1I1. and waters   arc   an  im slued y for r-ilvor and lead   poihtm-  ���>���  iiir-b 1,<   rl-  : h'*= liflo'f.  'S'onp  ; ox gui  ...1.  J.' <ttl or it  rii'ir, and  anion,  tbi  f  rnseJf, h- j,r <r..-.-f.fi  ^r.Ml���'���u(uniW.',I,!Kli;,,n;  '  )j"  '"'-- <*-'<��� -1*")- il"- nitvor  r  .. l, "  '-b--   thai  ]]a_-    nc-wr  u t Jioiougnly iindcv-i^od.    He f.'thc,'  ���'      I-     \.V..i   I.  *'    *' ��� l.-tl  ,   .'. 11'  .-"!.. 1.   I'        .ll-i'l  1'   ! .     iJ( il!-    ,  thd Jnflitiji,   (  *.  10.  Ic 1 1,  j''  '���s'i-11 so.no _o'i  .i-i i'i 1-;.- 1 n; 'i  ��� 101: *n,,-, :.,.  ���'.i 1. fhtilh wi:  , -'.-,-,   h.t. if .  i  ._' ii   ,'!,   J.J-J..OH  IO-  ';   i Oi.O.     p.  .-:;.������.. in. h:_go  . t'". ili_ v.-a ,- 'i  yilOf^K OF ROUTPiS  -:.ll lx.?M, T_.ah:8SJ, Soo line  \ . ���.. ���-..   *  i.l   11 -' V. ,i'v:o  .Ericas Given.  Tf;I. ovu   ,-yji--.  1 V.  '' inc. St.  ' I' Villi;     jj,  . .'1., '���I'-., j    ,o :, br.Ltlc v.-u 1 ,  i-   111!    1 1 ,. Jll I,'.' Ot   hi  > -.Ol',' ���   (  Iry, .mil .,ft. r ji,-, y<'\.\n the riiifdrr, oi |  thc colony 1-11 i'i���-; disordf-r. At the !  1mu   of   fii.  j;, , 1--    vie*_-r _i -there   w-.-n   '  :i:.',y  ,-���> -" *-  r "v  1.-5  5   I    - i  .OO*  --*��<.!  v<** J .1.1. _..'_&���������  **v ****l'_ ��� �����*��� ���   ������"S    _  ��'*    ���- .  Ui  o-lO  Jr.  ��-/������-, --4 ->-i ".-  Xhe leading T-ri(iie^  and Men^yr/il^hers-  Olothing Boots  and Shoes,  A Full Stock of Miners Supplies  AUvmvs on 'land.  Call   and   Inspect Qur   Goods.  *e"'*-^'*"**,t'**:''-'i'^'-'*-;'rt^  ->r- r_ *���' 7  .'���iri�� Vv Tl> 'j  ft  f..-- yxh.'x ��� 1 - �����  1 _/  A/I. J*.���  , 'I on" O.'.id  a 1 on.  th  ;���)'.  .11-  l- ',. JlO C-taiiu- r| 1  hC plOf-(*tlO:; CI /!' -jtyvv-n-'UCIlf, ami !  'he*, V. lift, nnoj-'iy a.] j,. -���-<���--], 'ion; , ;,.. i  ��� u. -- . I'ce.. si u,_, \, ji- in Ji_,,i . , _ I  f imntlat-ti jortunt-, ,i-.d:nf- .viti- .m '  Indians, and 8t. J.enis Jiimsclf was ..ui.d  to hti.vo .had in his ].o:;.-:f:.f-.-f"i.on. more 'than '  'y.11 P'.'i   , Mr j,b,'I on" (..nil , lieu '- H-i'l  full   rn,"'.,i 1,-tiOii I,-1 Ml-- i    ! J -iijj.J  y.'.i-.1,  ��� I'Vni- -  0. Iliilicr,  '..-.. c.'iUi'r.R,  ]ii-,l, rii,-t. Al,*-,  Keh.dn, '  Af'fiHt, r.toyiu.  K. J. 00Y1.I.,  Ai-s'l (H'u. ,1'n-i.--. AkI.  Vivncovef.  cMUtfi-  IIA CIO AC!  %...  _'��������*���. .  .. ..J i  'IiQ  -.\t.so--  K"* l')!!:*-*-:      AND  DivtiViu, r.  f.'l-ZNCI.'A  IC0YI^-


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