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 %  ���BrokJI  it  \   Ml  -���.-~.-. -  led  '�����*�����  /-  -J"  "S*-  -_*^-  t  Af*'  *w#  ***  "*��/  /I  ,7  W**jT"  If.-*  ���*V  i  ^  iksuu^^  ^0 2(5.  -���-...  Z7.s?.s2i   >^''-_Z��^t_^_S^__2i^;_*____^_^>^^*^.",,*��..,��w  lSDUins  __��2__5___?" C" OCTOBER |i. 19D2.  II  w  S�� A YEAR  LOCAL NEWS,  in  One ui loyie, one at  ���MS.  Sfc?  fJ0  tio ia busings, vritb  u3,-oincG Wq,<  "Hills ',vot}"il?0 free suit of ,plot|ipg' Jsiot  " Saturday nigbt.   Bill* fcad lue* o.ioiqe  and sure enpiign he pickpc^ thpi; ^est,'  Vou only nepd to see him walk along  -I ' ���  the street in the afternoon   to  realise,  ' what an evceliont fit wo "give in cloth-  1  Wo find  this   sort' of inducement  together with the vary  low  prices   tyo ,  offer brin_r people iu to buy tbe'ir goods ,  where  tlKy   can   got, most for  their  money.  This week ue   olfer a   pair of  shoes  FREE.' ��� Your pick of our large' stock  ;o i'l-o���onu  who   can   show  tho  most  cash purchases during tlie 'week (grot-erica excepted.)      ' '    ' '  Wc'iwu over stacked in aOme lines  of groceries, and are letting them go  r;t reduced .prices }p make room' Igj  winter,.feunnlice.r  G>  11 MM COMPANY  -**���' .b?,W'      "l? <*    -     --/.   '���  r> t  Besides this Logging, Gamps  and Tie Damps will Be  Established*' Near"'  - the Town,  ^ The |_eader 'has ��� received information .from a reliable source to tho effect  that the East Kootenay Lumber Co.  intend making'.some extensive improvements in the vicinity of Moyie  this fall and winter.  As soon as "the Ifark-Mitchell mill is  'through cutting, the mill will be torn  down and a��� new one erected in its  place which will have a daily "capacity  of 40,000 feet of lumber. Tho tame  company is also contemplating .build-  iug'a mill on the lower Movie' fiver iu  the vicinity of Yabk' or Tochty.. Resides this there''will be a big ii. camp  and logging camp established ur-'t far  from town.  ���Tames Milliken is'in \7ardner,  ' Dr.   O'Hagen   is   now locatod  Frank.'    '       " ..',..���-  Misa Bessie Couburn left fo? Frank  last iiionilay.       ' '.   .  II.   Cameron    'wan   in    Cranbrook  Thursday. '���*��� '  , ���''    ,-      V  -^  A.k-Stepbensen   went   to Morrissey-  this wo.eb.      ���  *, , -  -������  ���,.. '*���*. , *,  Miss Maud Cowen is now a resident  of Cranbrook.-;   * ''���" ���' '    '���-   '��� '������' '��� '��',  , Andrew Johnston returned to  Bfor*  rissey Monday."   ���'���''.'       ���'   -'  , Chas^ I)anis and wife left' lor   ]Joss-  lapd Monday,  ���      '��� ��� '       ''.-  \f. D. HiUand wife were .up from  Cranbrook Sunday, ;'    ''  Mrs. J.'S. JfftcEacho'm and children  leave today for Olia'rlpttpto'wu, P.'E, I.  0ha3. Snntb has pompleted' his  work for the St. Eugene company and  gone to Spokane.'"  ��� Tim Farrell returned from Rossland  Sunday. He'is pretty badly crippled  ���with rheumatism,,!  Father Ooccolo was in town yesterday. He was down to' Creston and  Bonners Ferry this week.  Dr. Kennedy, wife arid daughter  and Miss Morrison of Macleod (were  visitors in Moyie this'week,  S. .A. Scott was in -town this week.  He ia traveling fur. a Montreal tailoring _:*-abli.shment.  Th,- usual Presbyterian eervice will  beheld on Sunday evening at'7:30  oxlockun thft hall. .Sunday sohoolut  3 p.m. <  Harry   Moorohouse, cbampion   tie  Items pf Interest cSe-  ieefced  This, with   what'  work   the   Moyie  Lumber Co.'will do, .will make   Moyie  lively.this fall and winter, and insures !cuttcr  oi  British   Columbia, stepped  at prosperous ae-asou ne>:t year.  *f��_��a i-T  111  ^  m  w  i -oj. -sa. ^*a- -en-- ��-��*-^~tt>-���sn. -^a*��-  J^1 >-.��� "*>��.- *^-*^*i.' V*K' >��.* �������_���  ���er��-_T m. kbav *�������*-* ivranrvn  WL   OF  COMMERCE..  Paid Up Qapital   $8,000,000  URAHCH.      '     l  f}\l�� King- Is irerc.  (-jus King arrived here .yesterday  'an,d is at work fiziug tha St. JSugene  concentrator for the winter.      "        '  ���  Mr. Kiug is now' superintendent .of  the California Consolidated Mining  ^ijCo.'s mill   near   Wallace,   Idaho, and  /A\i JU3< S01 awuy for ����� [ew days to put the  '������"'.at. Eugene mill Mn   position   for   tlie  winter so that none of the machinerv  would be damaged by the cold weal her.   *  It will take about a iveek.to complete  the'job.    Mr. King says Lhat times  in  the Coeur d'AIenes were never  belter.  "But," hs added, "I would rather  live  i:i r-joyic ttian any mining camp I was  ever iu, and the St. Eugene is ceatainly  one of the greatest mines in the world";  but it is on    the   wrong   side   of   the  boundary line just now/."  Mr. King is one of the veiy best  mill men in the west and is also an  authority on mining matters.  into t-iwa from hi. caixjp and  spent  a  day or two of tho week.  j    Dr. Green will leave   this  week lor  the coast, on a ,visit, after which' he  r.'ill return end will probably locate in  Morri_3e3r.      ' ���  Attention U called, to? three r.ew advertisements in tl-.e Leader this' week,  Hint of J.'d. McBride, \V. R. "Sfouc  and the Ashnola Smelter, Lid.  "Tug" Wilson, a tie maker, is in jail  awaiting   trial  ,for   receiving, money  ader false  pretenses. ' lie   passed   a  worthless     time   cheque   on   Jcs.uh  -Niederstadt.  FEOI ROIl IE WW  ���      -   -'       ������ ���"(...';        *       '..   .       Vl    -TV."'J  ,'- . ���        . . .        �����  The Oqal Miners a| Eernie  and   Mdrrissey '' hav4  ' .Agreedto.Gohtiniie"  ���   - Their Wovk;^'   ���  number of survevers  were  al  the Crow's iNcit hue this week  aJoug  lo is  S%  _j m  I'Inccr Claims aro Safo.  Government Agent  Armstrong  has  "HUBERT HAINES, MGB|i��uedan.��.rdcr-;10.lbe effect lhdt a]!,  'placer mining'claims in   this division  loyally held are  laid   over   frum   Oct- >  ober 7th until   June   1st,  100?-.    Dur-'  ing tli!? time claims do not have   to be  -1 k  sms  the intention of the C. P. R. to take  out curves and cut down grades wherever possible. '    ( "  ���     '  Gordon jMonkhouse, formerly of  this place, but lately of Sandon/ has  lef: for Sonora, Mexico, where 'he has  signed a year's contract to work iu a  -J.00-toq concentrator. The'wages will  be much better than is* paid for similar  work in the Kootenays.  K. A. Smith, Movie's popular  shoemaker, has received several   orders for  The Spokane fair is proving, 2, big  success. '     '"  ,    :       -.'���������  .   Nelson's street oar line ia again In  operation. " "~     ' . ' :'  The Le Eoi mine's profits for August'were $89,486: '     : '" ��������� '  Next Thursday, October 16,' will be  Thanksgiving Day and'a'.public holiday.        ' " ' ' ;    "  The coal miners at'Fernie and Mor-  rissey have agreed to continue work,  and isll differences have been settled:  The Klondyke yield this year is estimated at $12,000,000, a heavy drop  from last year,'which was itself a drop  from 1900. .  One of the features at Cranbrook on  October 27th will be a boxing 'contest  betweou Jack Fitzgerald and Frank  Lev/is. .  W. A. Gtalliher, M. r.,,for this" riding, is asking the mine owner, to fix a  time and place for a meeting at which  lie will attend and discuss- with th'em  tbeir needs, ' .  The miners union at Kiruburley'was  r���cr��E,iii.<ud this week by James Baker,  official organizer for tho W. F. of Ml  FreuMitehell, formeri'/ of Moyie, is  the new president.      ���  .-. It has been reported that J. J. 3Jill  and =his associates have secured a 99  year lease of tho Calgary &. Edmun-  ton railway. The purpose of this  acquisition U t-o Rccure an outlet from  the rich wheat regions of western  ���Canada to the Great Northern-Northern Pacific system.  i IFTOM^^' - ���' ���. ' |  N   . " St  "!l IN  ABUMU.lKCi:   S'CrilROUKDS h,1  |'M0B3ISSEY(B.C. Ir  ��i' 7    * ^  ^   Tho -recent   dtrikes   Jiere   and, lv  ^ elsewhere  ^how the imporlanea ' '  T of Coal a'nd Coke.''1 :   ' "  -B   .MORRISSEY Coal mines  will  ^ always be v/ork��d  to' their- full  n capacity,  which insures' ^ large &j,  jj an'd 8teadyrp'ay3:o)'l for'tfiio'place. '&  ^   Any-careful,'iu'telhgent ievtestor t"'  -ft who ,will examine" t^e'"* resources ^i  w surrounding Morrisaey, "will'be- pj  3 come conyincedV. t^iat v<'hen }'ie ����  ii buy's real estate hesre at' present ��>  ���^ prices, he is purchasing at a low ��|  ^ price property tliat-will hring [tj  j3 him splendid returns. . Lota on ci  ^ easy payments.     i   .       \<        .    pf.  ^       MORRtSSSr TOWNSITB CO. ?J  fi   fhdfi. Crahau, Agt.,  MORKXSSE.*.   JJ  METAL   MARKET.  New  Yoek���Bar silver, 50f cents- '  Lead, U.U^. ' Copper; $11.30.  LoNrioji--Lead, ��10. 5s. v   '  .,       i    '*        *   i  EAST EOOTJEiJAy STOCIf,,  ' "\    ' -: ' ' '     Asked.     Bid ���'  Crowds _*Test Coal '       $350.00  St. Eugene, \'.".'         50       49   ���  North Star..'...".    "   19|-'   ���li ^  Sullivan.'.'.:.; .:::   , ,"5"-i* '   ���'_>  Halcyon Hot Bprlngs.  The most eo'mprsto health resort-on  the continent of North"America.' Situated midst, scenery unrivalled /or  cranduer. ' THE HALCYO^f HOT  SL'KINGS Sanitarium,''Halcyon Hot  springs, Arrow Lake, B. 'C.   Besident  physician and nurse,    Boating fjehin'g  and   excursions.      Telegraphic   communication   with   all   parts   of    th'e\  world.    Two mails arrive' and  depart  daily.  'Terms, sp-5' to   $18 per week  according   to   residence   iii hotel  or  villas.   Its baths cure all  nervous ahel  muscular diseases.    Its waters heal air  kidney,  liver  and  stomacli' troubles. -  The baths and waters are an invaluable  remedy for silver and'lead poisoning'  *** r t NOTICE!. ' ,  Notice is ]ieroI-7_-ix'en thiit SO dayS'.ifter' date  I intend, to apply to tlio Chief Corn.miP��>iouer ot  Lands end vrorfcj rorr. opocid liceuso to cui  and catry a^ruy timber from, tho folloiring described land?, situate in East Kootsnay:  Cominen.in g ,.t. a po<:t pltintcd 'on the Ea^  lino ol H. .i. KobJon's tim'oer limit about 1,000  yards South from the X. E. corner aud> thence  North 160 chain-,*'thenco East '10 chains', thence  South 1G0 chain?, thence West -0 chains i"o  the poiut of comrnoncemeuf-, coutpiniug 6-10  acr?s more or less. DONALD GR v\'T.- '  Dated September 1st, 10C2.  represented in order to bold them.  ��wci-cx^n^mr^extan��i^3xux-���^r.-to  Bes$  V----V���p  U #  ^. J&. 5ST ~m 3F8.0 <t_> 13L,  M_f  re^ o  ,!^������* ���*  i  mm Moes  j shoes from outside mining camps  j lately, from miners who wore his make  i of shoes   while  working  in   Ike     St. i  TVork ou Smelter Storied.  The operations on the Marysville  smelter are shut down until next  spring. The management will r give  no reason, and nothing but surmises  can be learned.  Some say the lead trust have bought  them off, others that the tight between  the eastern and western17 shareholders  is the   cause.    Whatever tho   reason  NOTICE.  Notice ii hereby given that SO^ays after date  Tintpud to apply to the chief commissioner of  Lauds and Works for a   special license  to etit,  and carry away timber from tho following des  cribed lands--, .iiuato in 1-ast Kootonav:  Commencing; at a post planted "at the North .  Eastcorner of U. A. Eobson's timber limit, near  the North bank of ^foyie Kiver, and rbove the  falls, thence West SO chains, thence North SO  chains, thence East SO chains, thence South SO  chains to tho poiut of commencement, containing 6J0 acres more or less.  ALPINE CAMERON."  '   t  , , Timber Limit No, 2.  Dp ted September 1st, 1902.  * >TOTICE.  Notice ia hereby given that 30 days after date  I intend to apply to the Commissionorof Lands  and Works ior &- tpecici license to, cut atur  carry away, timtei; fi*o__- the icllowing described land-s, situate ii_ Ecst Kooteuav  CommenTcins at a post planted .-at "the noint,  v-hcro    Boulder  Cietk  e_tcrj_   Movie    Kiver  ft  of Men,  A   CARLOAD   OF   STOVES   JUST j  ARRIVED.  Ordeis   Given Prompt All or. tion.  '<" -*���-"*-*"'11���ir*n-_T.rnTn  ���**������-�� yi wxaztt**���zi*v'*'Z*r*J***l'??r  !TH1C*J SPACE IS RESERVED FOR  >-  *>t��  Ui.  �����:  Eugene. He has built up a reputation  and business that anyone might well  i'eel proud of, and men who once wear  his shoes solder,: fail to duplicate  their order.,  .Mrs. J. ~\J. Farrell has just completed  her two religious paintings and hats  hung them in the Catholic church.  Thoy aro certainly, works'of art, and  add much to the appearance of the interior of the church. It is safe to say  that tbey will compare favorably  with  the 'ft*      W*�� WPG" I il"-V   sm)*'Jlf    paintings * in     British  ..    ��� ���! rr-r* *-:&?;���    I Columbia.    ?��rs.   1i,!-rr?!]     has     1-  tect him. in  all   i Ji -        ,"uulu"'   wa_   __iurji   jj.or.o    Kiver  may be, the  fact   remains   the  same,   ^-2?or^ ?,*?"? c1ha.ins'-- thence East *io chains,'  * "-' i tiioace_South JjO chcius, thence West -10 chain"  the work   on   the   smelter   is  clo-ied ' m  ?0ir,t: ox ccmmcnce-^ent,  ,  . ..    '       ,    . ' "   "'   f-crcr moro or los*-.  I dov;n and  the   people   who   went   to  The man wlio  buys his Shoes  from us needs  judge    only    of  Marysville; in good faith, spending  their money to establish business  there, are out in the cold l for the  winter. The matter has created a  great deal of hard feeling, because up  to a day or two ago all enquiries were  answered by the response that work  wa3 to be pushed to a finish.  Datcd.September 1st, ISO-.  ^4ETKSCa__2_-:  obtaining G-t0  D. -vy, GRANT.  n r   .Uf 1.1.  been  Kiifigins-IXifiririf).- Wedding.  Miss Josephine Iluggiua of Grand  Forks, X. J)., and Dr. O. P. Higgin, of  Eernio were united in marriage in the  chapter room at .All  Saints' cathedral  AgSAlTiEM,  working   faithfully   with   her    brush j la_t week by Dean Terrine  |e 'eaaing Ladies and Gents furnishers.  DOintS    OI     ^tvle l(-*lf"uf?Mbepaot year  and  has   turned)     Both hride an J groom are well   and  .           '    '    j tn.K some really o..cclIent work, ' [favorably known in Dtfoyie. Jiiss Hug-  ailu. yjQFVlCG.  it S   j oi���_ i_ a sister of Mrs. V. J. SIciMahor  2JELSON.  to our   interest  ^^��i<:,?s?^r''  '^^^^^^^^^  Ml  <i  ���r^-r  ,^0r,  ���uni'*!'*  JSoso Found G-ulUy  Nelson, Oct. C���At 2 :30 this  morn-  tO SGI! yOU a SSt- ! intf the jury iu tho   case   of   Ilex   vs  - ! Rose arrived at a verdict of guilt v.  ISiaCtOry       Sl..Oe      When asked if he bad  anythiuy   to  and few know  better than we  the require-  KisiVGS <;:���:' c<"..-. -  {?��? Uc-if actio- >  B. 0  and has spent considerable time   here ;  the doctor lived   here   for  nearly   two.  years   and   practised    his   profession. ���  The Leader joins with their many  ,sny, the prisoner replied that ho"had j friends iu wishing them all kinds of  nothing further to  say-than  that   he ! good fortune. //  was not guilty. I     The chief justice  then  passed  sen- j Thnui<3KiviH��y Social.  nan m  n  ' Li'Ce of tbn   court upon   him,   whicl  ' �� ���..��� that ho bo hanged on tho 21st d���v  "   .    .-..b_r  On Thnrsday. Lbe IG ins.., ihe ladies  ���f the iViatb.fulist church Intend hold''-';  We will be ple'.sed to -^ee you  AT TIE  A  mm  H��sn��  araware  iin-o killed  i dar  "ojij nc'.n* iNaku_w '.azI  id')  f .i.  !it>i|.��v*3ht  Oi;r:<  .:l,iy .--'.'boo]   ;.{  p.   m.  t   i  an'd  i *: l 1! I ��      ,  Hi',,,,  ���i iii it r*/!**"1  '-��   v*v.  l * *V *! i  ..., -it^ vvl�� o'clock. r-ub(|v:.-  j .'��� j >, if an_ !.:*m he in Chrio:, h  i noi; cronti-.!'"." Secojii Oor \-  1     ifyinn.", '!V1S -I00 and ."j.i.f.  Uui yon   vill   >i<j   !>-,,,.  A. [J. WA��.iHA'#:  :r.y.  r ������  ir*  r .'i  1  **-s-  ������i-JL-  ���ro.-<i  Sof/i.-ii  J.  on   :  ��� ip corn  * ���*       ��   "��      i*.  *,'  ;���: -  'il.'.Y  l-P L.  nry *���.- '  '  ��   *;  ' "il i  ii'.ereol.  ^.  ��� ��� -  V '-"'"-.v  Tli-.  ladiw  -..  >-  I'-'OU  tiriQ_r  :-     [ u" U ',  /  . .(,i4  '-'ill bt .  -i:<:r.' ,. ���  . i .  ���ill   ;  'UI-     i.'-  -D   h-  c  ��� .'I'.'.  e.(.  '���',     t:*l  I.vi.'hj  1  '���,, .  ���H a -  o.'i'l l.t  1J i  H >  will fi.  -'--  '���% .''  !fl.  i-i i t-i'-.t l!,irdv,.i,  v.:. < uh.*i-'j   -;i". ���.:  i* l\<<-^ So.-'.cnay,  ��� 0__.p._       ,    ',      >,,,;,,,  "H\U  ���if"  V<1  ���i '':-_ f.-  ���;- i'  1,'/.  '!*-  ' �����:  *��� i  ���t  " ;    I  i    i'  , 1    i  |( ' i  il  i  I'  |  d  i  ��� i  .!  !j MR. BOWSER'S CAKDY  HE TRIES HiS HAND AT MAKING THE  OLD  FASHIONED  KIND.  i  The Cat Gertie* witU Joy at Hia j  Experiment, Whicli Would Have j  Proved a Great Succea* Had the j  Flavoring  Beeu   AH  Right.  [Copyright, ISO., by C. B. Lewis.]  'UST as the Bowsers had finished  dinner the grocer's boy handed  in a gallon jug, aud as the cook  pulled the cork and found the  contents to be molasses she reported  that some mistake had been made.'  "There Is no mistake,'" replied Mr.  Bowser. "I ordered the molasses as I  came along-."  "But how did you happen to do that?"  asked Mrs. Bowser.  "I am going to pass a homelike evening, and to help me do it I am goin- to  make some old fashioned molasses candy.   .1 have been longing for some for  months past."  "Bat you can buy any amount of it."  "Not  the  kind   my  mother  used   to  make.    Vou can buy a compound made  up of glue,   molasses, coffee grounds  ea/eratus  and   shavings,   but   I   don't  I'll ;i::,i  '.*-. li'.'ne  n.v-  ili.  i '  ,- i.  l  is candy in about ten minutes.    If this  smell gets out on the stroei. evenbod\  will be Avaistmg a taste."  (     There were a score of bottles in ilu-  cupboard, nnd Mr. Bowser ran hi.s eve  over them and sekcied one and suif.wl  Us contents and poured ihem into tin*  dish and stirred vigorously     This -,-.*���_  the   enishing   touch.     He    waned   to  grease his hands v.-hh butler and ihen  bore the disJi up stairs in imm:  set it down under Mrs.'Bowm-i  and said:  "If you don't say that this heats ������  thing you ever tasted. I'll buv vo'j  nicest hat In town.    Pitch ������ij.-jiUii "  "It has a queer smell." silt. ,*op!i- d as  she sniffed at it.  "Your nose must' be off. Tin* sine!) is  simply delicious, and as for ihe taste-- ���  ah -uiuj"  There was only one "ah-uni."'    iit.  beyan to choke as he chewed, bin recoi-  ecting that Mrs.  Bowser had opposed  him he bravely hung on until .shesud  oeuly rose up and said: - '  "Are you sure you got (be right bottle  out of the cupboardl'"  'Of course I'm sure,  ter w/ili you?"  "It smells as if you  with benzine.    I know  bottle of it to clean a collar  "But do you think  A  QUARTER  OFF.  Ss  vina  "I  shire  years  Hub,  "when  I  bridge into the  What's the mm.  had flavored  it  ,the conk  had a  The   Drum-ner-.M   Itevv.-i.rd   I'or  u  iirowiiinp:   Jlnu.  -.vas driving into a   New  ITa ;_���������'  villajre in a buagy three or fj��r  ago." said a drummer from the  ��nv a' man  fail  off a  river.   As he came to  the sun ace  I  saw that  he could  not  -swim, and I off with my coat and boots  aud plunged in.   He came near drown-  ing me.  but at last I got  him  10 the  bank, and he proved to be the proprv-  tor of one of the village inns. 'He w-is  miality grateful in words, and he shook  banns with me about ten .times an hour  until bedtime.   He told everybody' what'  a   hero   I - was  and  almost  made   me  proud." and   he  threw  out  hint  such merit as mine would not  warded.   I passed tint night  next day and niyht al'liis inn, and then  being ready io depart, 1 asked foi- nn-  hill.   Mine host had beguii to cool off  considerably.   In fact, he had come to  behove that if let alone he would have  rescued himself.  Therefore I wasn't altogether    unprepared --for.  hi  when he said:  "* 'Look  here  but'--  r  ��  i*>  m  ��*  *  i  0  *  . f.^.��.-  ��� <2---.  ' ���  AT  hi 'j -������''��-  O'CLOCK  Hy Jumci  \V.  V/Ji:ie  *  o  9  **>  *  ��  <>  C_pyi-i_-i:t, ISO.', i  By tho S. *->'. jkClure Comrttuv r  *        - ��  lt was Sir  vi.'le  -Manor  gnor Albano.  self on being  William  Colville of Col-  who  first   discovered   Si-  Sir Wilh'ani prided him-  the patron of struggling  ts that  go unre-  hikI  the  is    words  now. your bill Is'$3.7r>,  'But what?' I asked as he hesitated  *I*i  genius and so gave him the commission  to perpetuate in marble the la amy of  his only daughter, the Lady .Margaret.  The sculptor was a  man of twenty-  elghr, with a fair face and ah aristocratic   bearing.     There   could   be   no  question that ho was a real artist with  the chisel. ' His enthusiasm  promised  a masterpiece.    It was arranged that  he should stay at the manor while hi.s  work was in progress.  It proved a lengthy task, but the sittings" were anything hut tiresome, to  (he young lady. Signor Albano was  both well traveled and well read, and.  while he knew how to keep, the  well: if I do not, we will all go to tho  . uo.n K'i'.ethcr at exactly D o'clock."  There was a hurried scuttling of the  mok��-i>. The whole ship was soon in  ���������.���mnotion, discussin*'' plans' for his  ���aptmv. But he was armed aud evi-  iently mad and hence must be cajoled  ���r.ther lhan forced.  At quarter to b he called to the whJs-  pering group outside the saloon door:  "Gentlemen, we have fifteen minutes  left. ��� 1 warn every one not to hasten  the calamity by tampering with my  stateroom door. If you open that door,  yop will explode thirty pounds of dy-'  namire at once."  , There was something theatrical ab<  it all, and yet the' menace in the U.  ian's voice brought a shiver. The captain made a sign to the ship's carpenter, and theyu silently" went below.  Avoiding the fatal door, the carpenter  feverishly .began work on the room  partition. . It seemed hours before he  had cut a hole large enough to allow  his body to slip through.   Just clear of  steamer  COMPLETELY  A  CONTRACT^  HIS BED WITH  ���� is Hen,., Su.  KlDNEy  .9.9NP|-  ' UUt* w,iu'  fc*  *u��d How it  Toronto,  Out  *���� ot this my 'J  aud      J  W..  who  more  ������������'iid  re  . ������*Ly WUo ar  nivor,,|j]  ���J.   Keuli.,   _(j   ���  ���it  l-nr^6*.  ii ess  f"''- J'oa.s h��;^>U  the door was the .signor'  trunk. Two wires ran from the door  to the'trim:;, and from the interior  came a noise like the ticking of a  clock. When the wires had been cut.  the captain said  ���as  buii(j_r  ,'��o,neilveH,us  J very  8icJt ^ _  I rouble,   wlncii  de-f     t,ati  was   ^olnlth,  U_JJ�� 2j  -Mr*   Keane  f0Um, , ,  many  sick  and  ,,.fl * lJ'�� ��l>  found it, in j)0(1���.s f'   �� o.*,  ?���� tflvon  for puhUcu   :J;;^  ing   written ' c ........    I(,|i U'Sta.  '���I  given  foi  deem it  wriWftn'sutem^^W  -my ax^rienco^Tiifei  mid  the good  was   a   great  my back, and  '���uve -jon. '  .siill..,,.,     - "r,e  thev  uith  n  m  look  A m  .<.')e.  aud  wins  MR. BOWSEIt SAT DOTW TO STIR THE GOV-  TEXTS,  want that sort.    I never;think of the  old farmhouse without thinking of mo  lasses candy.    Mother  kind that one could  m   your   happy   boyhood   davs'<"  asked as he turned,rot! una whin  Of fear cai'nc info his ey< s.  I���am   I   poisoned?"   bV  pored in reply.  '   "No.' but it's not your fault.    Isth^re  nothing in the present siwrod to  -',-,���<  U hy didn't you open a box of cWon.-V  of June and douse it in?   if vo��� ....,���.  to die.'why not sliek XOur heaVl  the washtub?"  "Wo-wonian.   i    understand'  through the plot.'    i-i  You  'Well, I'm  e  ,rood use of it-  glad it came my way to  ���save your life, and f hope you'll make  ��� M.  QUAD.  into  I  'Mou sit down and think of voi-r hov  hood days." she interrupted-'*of  voin  All  used toi make a  nf ������. .   never get enough  of, and I .m sure I can.turn out so  nne-  tb-ng just as good  >Zlr*l] ��niy, ���uss up the kitcl">�� and  >nake the cook mad," sighed Mrs. Bow-  molasses  I'm  d.'idi  '  go  "I shall  cook  and  the  I ;  there  ?   Is  ftou  and  man over a  ���s  and  all  know   why   they  isses  muss  up  nothing,  won't, get mad:    I think she wiVl  tue thmg.    iou w      srnll  nectlng sentiment with molasses c-u  dy. but it's .there just'the same    Some  of the  happiest evenings of my  bo ���  hood were spent in-in"- 3  ���        "In gobbling down molasses candy"  Bhe finished as he hesitated  "There  you   go!    Woman,   __  nothing m the past sacred, to you.-   is  it-nothing to you that my parents a e  dead, my brothers and .sisters scatter  ed and that the -dear/old homestead I  haggle with a shoestrin  cent.'"  tZhsaTtZm,lUP f':��m-tbe ^^ont  and saw that there was fun ahead and  bat down to wait for developments  I am sorry. If i hurt your feeiiiio.- ��  said Mrs. Bowser after a time   ���   ^it  never occurred to me to connect sent  ment and molasses candy.   There 're  ���ones about  boyhood  and  pear tro'ea  cider  rnlllR.  babbling  brook '  that    and   I   don't   know   v  shouldn't sing of boyhood and niol.*,  ���       candy.    The  cook   has Just  go��� ' u���  "Jiirs. and you can  have the ki c. en  ell to yourself."  JooAkedInt?t'r ,Wn,ked t0 and fr�� nnrt  '        h?��  ' n    lfr- but as sue sai(J "0 more  he h! ally descended the stairs and be  jan  to  work.,  The  cat  followed  t,im  and pouring the molasses into a kettle  fche walked around and gurgled to her-  fS _-_..-��� le" thG ius l,atl boc,'1 e��"Ptied  k��ttle tt"as p,;"-,cd on the stove a, d  Mr. Bowser sat down with a big spoo.r  ��.hand t,;stir the content s,a nd"c:     n  old   recollections.    There   were   more  recollections than stir, and.as a com  sequence   Mrs.   Bowser  soon   got   the  scent of scorched molasses.   She didn't  feel it her duty to make any investig.-,.  -    tion. however     Rven   when  suddenly boiled over and  of smoke swept across th  "PMiilrs. c:iusing Air. Bowser  and the cm to sneeze  ���f-rruption.  n;   he  stirred   away.    -There  was al  .   sa bnrnysmollinthehou.se when  r^rm71,",M,S,,,SC,l,ldy-  T,��'����"��ol  Jn ten  minutes  more  he saw  them  rising to.the surface and  poured  the  n nfi, Wily he-reiheinbdred-'thar- his  mother used to put in flavoring   ,?  vanilla and cinnamon and pm theiii   n  with a generous hand      _��, i�� r   \   ,  spoonful* however    .,;,.; ��0X'a a  ���-^^ilSnj/S  ment's thought iu7 ���'.    t u   ,110"  Queried of ^ t^ ^ ^ *M  a"��S?it>S?U remei"ber that I  bou-bt  ���n��^ ?S        Its exactly what -mother  used to use in her. candy.    Bless !  lot of other bottlS there    If* ^ U  �� show you some candy that  mother   and# old   fashioned  candy  and   benzine  and   de-itli'  oing to bed. and  ni pitcli tha't  out of the window to the cats as  ilong!"  Mr.  Bowser tottered  to a cli-i'j-  sat down and thought and thou-ht  midnight   Mrs.'  Bowser   came   softlv  down simrsto find bin. asleep .���.,.��  Hia,,-and the cat sitting on the l:iM,..  table   to   act  as   his guardian   amcl"  I"* Wino had a grin 0��� her face   1)U  she  wasn't saying a -word  ,o��||J.|  the harmony of the occasion.  Three months" afterward the father  and  daughter   were  passengers  on   a  steamer for the'orient.   They had been  out three days before they discovered  that the sculptor was on  board    Tie'  explained that through the death of a  relative  he had  come into a   fortune  and had set out on.a tour around "the  world.    Sir  William'1 was  rather cha-  firmed to find his proteg(i so.far b        d  the need of his help.    While  gratulated   him  on  his good  , ,       ,  -. , therefore, his manner yet convpve.1 Vim  1 herd the wife.saying to I fact that he did not censor tin" his  change In prospects. entitled him to  treatment as arfequal. The Lady Margaret was a most well- brought up  young woman, and she unhesitatingly  ���   j       A  Man   Wtio   KuNlIod.  On   the North' Carolina  Cumber/and  mountains ' I  for  food and   lodgings  of  who  lived in  a  side  of  the  had 'to ask  a   squatter  miserable shanty a,nd'  said I would have to sleep on'the' tloor  tint   nevertheless   made  me   welcome:'  put  heap better  mil  fur  am!  At  we had,, for supper was corn bread  but later on ' '  her husband  "Xow.   then,  yd' git yo'self  hustle fur simthin' a  breakfast."  For breakfast there were fried chick  en roast pig. roast yams, 'fresh -e���s  and corn coffee, and when it had be*,','  oaten the man smiled on me and s-kV  "Id hev done better if i ,.0llld'  stranger, hut by the time I'd "stole  chickens. p,g, eggs and yams, the onl ���  reller around ycre with any reai coffee in his house was wide awake  watclnn' out fur me with  ustead they beard a woman 8 cry. The Lady Margaret had  fallen, fainting, In the doorway  ^Was there, dynamite" In" the trunk?  Truly ninety pounds of IL But for the  coolness of tho captain 400.lives would  hnve��been sacrificed to ,the disappoint-'  went of a-madman. " ����  Aud'did the Lady Margaret yield at  the last moment?   That Is'the  locked In her own proud heart  secret  BuntlNni   of  IJellu.       "  Bells   were  solemnly   baptized  fin, any form.".^,"^**!  that   my cure   was  pe,- f'^j  mnnent.   ��� ���        mi  '���L believe :I)odr)\.- Kl<ln,v ppJ  ed me from dent!,.   Thr-v","]  ly  worth   their, weight. in ,    *  sick man.". . '   '  _Wh'at  has "done so much  fctj  ICcane  and  many others is wl  worth  a  trial  by  those *_��/3  suffering from Kidney T)|Sr_<e,  of its consequences.  Ilka  children, a  custom  which,. Is'still ex-  rant Iu . the   Roman  church  probably not ar primitive  C"I��ll*W  The systematic u.  i,  followed,her father's cue  Two days- later, as she sat alone lon  deck, Signor ��� Albano approached her  with the assurance of an old friendand  entered into conversation. In vain her  manner showed him thnt the old dav*  of  happy intercourse must be  for��-ot-  This "la    fn wrltiiiff and  ��n  .   , . practice and  cannot be traced further back" than'the  ������olgn.of Charlemagne.    It is first dis!  a shot;  and  run."  M. QUAD.  Atnjah's  a  noise  ... ..   .    _ FonrtI,   of   July,  vif,' StQ,1<? st,'9lle-! off alone  ���The  neighbors-   boys made such  .They almo.si drove hiraccras-v  ��R,rte,h-y_?"unlry wel1'" saiJ he-  But think it is a sin   ��-ir  To spoil Julys sweet Jubilee  By making- such a din.'-sir.'"  So. In a nook beside a brook  Serenely,sound asieeii  sir '  Abijah lay the livelong 'da v"  Curled in ,. little h.��aj,. s"lr.  bra'ved1^   l��U'n    ^    b�����   *���**  TJnm �����a"0n boo:n^ 'i!�� thunder      .  Until a very small bov made  A most treriu-ndous  "Who  asked   the   stranger,  baseball    enthusiast'  blunder.  For. just  .      at dark, ne dropped a snarl"  VI hero sparks are very worst   s7r  A blinding flash-a frightful crash-  .        * ' ' * * o  A powder keg had burst, sir-  Abijah found but scattered       '  W hen he returned  to  And  people standing on  their  l���.nrts  Where they bad just come do  -St  nexcuiii'-r' u' Hern,  is   that   felio-v   at   the   bat;  addressing   the  i -     . -   sitting   ue.vt   to  him in the grand stand  '���That's Binguii.-' said the other. '   .  I   thought so.     I've  for  his  arrest "on  an  old  debt  and   |  shah have to serve it on. him  as the game is over."  Jl'st then Bingull made a  hit.   bringing   iu   two  crowd wont wild.  "Say."   shouted  the  ducing a   well tilled  What's-your-name  .inioimt- of   your 'claim   against  <*>''**r-Cl*icago Tribune.  ��ot  a   warrant  )t  and   |  as soon  three base  men,   and   the  enthusiast,  pocketbook.  what      is  pro  "Millie  that  shreds  town, sjr,  n. sir!  Nicholas.  the kettle  ver and a great cloud  ie kitchen and  to cough  she made no in  ..ard to Please  "Do the ,new  neighbors   an-  uoy   you   as  much   by   borrowing as their  predecessors  did?"   asked  Mr. Blykins.  ��� "No," answered   his ..wife;  ''they    haven't  run   over   to  borrow a thing.  I    never    saw  anybody   quite  so   huughty  and unsociable."���Washington Star.  Feminine Diplomacy  T!ie   Sequel.  -Mi;s.'Twist learned how to  er  loi.j  btlb-  iler   Excellent  R-euson.  "But why do  you persist in  worrying?" demanded the  easy going  man.  "In the hope  of making you  worry a little,"  answered the  pood woman! ;  Rod rick-  play poker ^o'that sho could ke'ep'h  ���msband home nt night  Van   Albert-How"  turn out?  Rodriek-We.l. after she learned the  .-..a.'ie . she    organized  among other women  rut.  did  the   scheme  a  nnd  pok< r   club  goes out ev  ery night iierself now.-Chicago News  tiuctly mentioned In tho time of Pope  John. Mil.   (oss,, iWhen   he P��  own name to the great bell of the Lat-  eran cIlllrcb.    SIeIdftn g|ves _n a  of the ceremonial to be observed: '"Klrst  of al the bells must bo so hung that  he bishop may be able to walk round  tbom., When he has chanted a few  psalms In a low ,Y0.ce,'_be mingles water a���d_ salt arid consecrates them, diligently sprinkling the bell.with the mi,.  *illT��.  V (";,i'''-'ll  pi'llltillj.'  w:,. Mi  won until about the year l-i.'iij.  Vcnctfnn   Mirror*,  The Venetian mirrors of (h-sirfe  centm.y are the most -.cM-iaM,"  Ihesc  were of tho jim-M P|_s_, ,c  settings   of , silver   and   K.l.  chased'and set with jewels.  S.'IWff.  ture .both  Inside  Jtb the mix  and   out     Then   ha  jrlpes It clean and .with holy oil describes on It. the figure "of the crose  Praying the while that when the bell in  swung up and sounded faith and char-  may abound  among "men, all  the  snares  of the  devil ^-hall.   lightning  winds, storms-may be rendered  vain  and all-unseasonable weather be softened.    After  he  has wiped off  that  cross of oil from the rim he forms seven, other crosses on It, but only one of  them within.   The bell, la censed, more  psalms are sung and prayers are put  up for Its welfare.    After this feasts  and banquetings are celebrated just as  at  a  wedding." - Gentleman's   Magazine.- ,       -  llurnc'l   Cream  , 5.0U can make burned civ-misa!  this way: But.quarter cup ;mafe|  sugar-In saucepan (niid ������� orerf  lire until a dark brown co\ov. vj  slowly cup thin sweet'cream ai-j  tinue'to atir until sauce is hot.  With cufifard or batter uuddhig.''  ieiv never wu.s.  universal paimcea.  ills to which iiesh  ture  of  Word*  Mrs  quite  Mrs  name  ���-'-tay ouf kite  and not give  Bhiladelphia  A   T.-i:o   Oenlns.  Bjones���Vom* husband  versatile.  Brown-Smyth  for  it  I hear, is  Versatile is no  \\ hy,   he   can  actually  every night in the  the same excuse  Record.  wi ok  twice.���  Prompt   IlOHiiltH.  mosquito Is a good collector.  "The  remarked Bellei'ield.  "What do yuu mean?  -ieid.  this  you  asked Bloom  "When he pr, seats hi.s little 1-iM  liquidated    on    the    spot-  i-brouicie-Telc-griiiih.  it is  -IM.t.'.l,  "They  it'Iic'ious  An   Ft!,-s,l   CliniiflV,,,..  s.'ty   that  it's ju.st   iiu-iuhigiy  autonioliile   u-lp  DID YOU NOT KKCKIVE PAYMENT iN PULL  ' FOB YODB WOBK?"       ULL  ten; The Italian was Imperturbable.  When she rose to go, he even dared to  lay a hand upon her arm as he said-  "Lady Margaret,   I nm-->here on '  steamer% today   because   I   knew  were to sail on it.    I am here to say  something to you, and you cannot go  until I have spoken." ���  The girl had snatched away her arm  and faced him proudly US  with slow insolence;  "Did you not receive payment in full  for your work?"  ,,i,0iO^.0f   snclj-Poignant  suffering  crossed his mobile face that a flush of  shame rose to her own cheeks  His voice was full of reproach as he  she drawled  ���** new cha nil <  Helen���And did you  scream when he attempted to kiss you?  Ethel-Certainlynot.  I waited until after  he had finished.  lo   lal.o  an  '���"���:*h the I'uz/.ci  "Why  is it V  "Because   lie's   cross   eved  lui:id..d."-ci('velahd  Colo-rne'N   Pi,st  In 187Sa Bel  ed the first  K-Ulwa-c.       '  mn company construct-  :f ,,  , street railway in the eirv  of Cologne, Germany, and the ro-fn   , J  oamethepi-opertyoVtheci^ini^  One  A   Seven   found   Key  of the oldest and  most  specimens.of the locksmith  tached   to   the   door   of  church. London.   The i-��,- ���. ���  .-  op pounds, is eighteen inches ^hSSeV-  unlike other kevs. \t V 'Z *\ and'''  the lock.   On the   ot T 1,Uade for  made for tbe kcVy,<h0,0Ckwas  curious  s art is at-  the   Temple  replied  "Is it kind to taunt me with tbe fact  hat I  hnd t0 se��� my ^^    ue fjct  "ngs  and   pence?     You   were  when you were my model.    you were  not only pleased with ,���v work .,��  nnlst, but I   fondly ,10,K;d  t| . ,   ,,s  found favor in your eyes as i  I crimps  her heart resoondivi  ^  ��� ��  words, but only pride of rnj. ahowcS  ^  VOice as  ^ -iswered   ho ,^  and   Their   Origin:  Ihe dictionary tells us of the origin  of  things  familiar, and  In  Its  pages  we may iearn  that the  bayonet  waa  nrst made at Bayoune, In France; that  damask and  the  damson  came originally from Damascus, that coffee flrst  came to Europe from Kaffa and copper  took its name from Cypress, that can'-  dy was first exported from Candia and  that tobacco was so called from the Island of Tobacco, the home of De Fo<��  Imaginary hero; that gin was either In-  ented at Geneva or early In its history  became   an   Important* factor   In   the  commerce of that city, that tarantula  was once a notorious pest in the"region  about Taranta, that the magnetic prop"-  ^���ty was first-noticed in iron ore dug  n the neighborhood of Magnesia, that  parchment was  first made at  Perga-  mus, cambric at' Cambray, muslin at  G����f 'I "e;tca,ico at Calient, snuze at  r?ers firt    ^/'i Damfett��'  that  mill..  ir t    ,n  iP Cd the,r tn,dc' ,n *"����" ����d  that mantuas were invented In th  'an city of the same name  r.ii'1   never   will  iu  one   icnK'dy   /  IS   heir���ihe   \enl  many curatives   beiutr  .such  ���eul^-l   diselu-eii   rooted   in   tho   "y��  in   ,//".-k,nt-T'5",,.ttt   W<����W     rei,..; 0"_k  ��,v�� 1 ��uhl n*f��r��-*vate the otfWl  ihi i h,0.lvey��"-. .1" Quinine \\fnc ,L  obtainable  in  sound,  unadulte,��.J.--T  ^^^&^{$  wit,   whom   a    chronic KM     ��� V���  Io_J)���n(onry   and   tuck   of   Intf-.rss  Hlec-imn^rt.   v|(for   t0   h,e  n'ta^j  ���oi'iiiir   wLimuliitod, fos-j  'yeins,     sti ciiKthi'.'ij.x  t )>..,...i,'���        -:������ ��� ���    liinctions of the sva-j  _..?.'c,i*._i?a?c.,nff. activity   a   ���w.s��j1j1  blood,    which,  through     the  healthy    animal  s u'       1    '     , r ff   activity   r,   t.msw  fill  to  [K ,C'"^ Ulc fni"11'- flni)*  fmUrn��7,Unrt    ln.Creu8C<l   ��U .StrtHCe-WJ  ci7 '���YvJXr'i ai>,nLLlte-    Northi..!.  A  ?h��i     _Qnto:      have   *iv���    l<  their  superior  Quinine  Win*.  rnU',      f,,���i        euauod   bv  scIeritlMtH. 'this   whio   "*  perfection  drug^isis  of  ���veil  any  it.  (he ,  :ii' ftl  the tl  Uic   opini'o.-f  Hpniaiitlies   ne__  in    the  win Let.  ?>il*ilnfor:ii<'il.  Smith   (angrily)-1   uaJpi.-fanJ  eaitl my face wa.*j otunigh itsiopi  "utomobllc?  'Jones���I   certainly   never a'1*'aa-l  thing of the kind.  ���Smith���Then 1 must liuvebwn'H  Informed?  ���loiies���That's what you hare. \i  stead of slopping at -sigiit or.\o:!rfaj|  ���itiy reputable autoniohilc would il  crease its speed.  mltal-  not   so  ere  tin  I  had  man."  Ja|inii��no  Theater*.  The theaters of Japan are general I v  wood and incvpensive building f  The ir  i���Sh<rrtnnrrhMK,,,,eUl8   ar<?   SOme-'-  or telv  rnT*.    '^ "0t "CllVly so G}^  oiattly  finished.     There aro no  seats  rthev sitf��r ll)�� nuc,,tor8' -i��e   -  >i   lUey Sit On   lie  flnn..       rr}m _fo,,  -Ive like a locomoth-e tuim^ iThavt  consiS n,-    ,  r,  musieal   'Pstrum'ents'  consist principally of a kind of cross  'No fnmilv living- in a l-.h"*1 tl'f!,ri  should be without 1'unnrl.v's Voc^'-ff  ills. A fuw (Iom'h laKi'ii now arj l'-l  will k.'op the liver hi-iiw, clfi'.^ vi  .stomach and bowels fn.ui nil lil'sjasn"*  U'r and pix-veiit Ague. Ah ���!��� 1> m  t*honlK. _VI���rtli> Co.. iml ��iilcv.  have tried a box of I'm mcie.'" l'"lsS'.  "tl them the <���..st n.edj. nre fur !;<'���"���'_  rtKiie   I   hav<��   ever  used."  Tin-  The'codliii-.  ot' the apiijj. j  awry y,.;,,. |���  Timh.  ,. ��'i,n'f r/i��'fl?|  <-i .<!>-., 'Ii'-"")]  .'iliifl  ...1' !**-��  .win.   ll:  (  p..-.."  .v ���������'unir*. iriiit >;l  at from .s'jua�����������.r,;ti it, .���-���IiI.ium'.ow  "Should you speak  again while this  peal to the captain" to"hav  up in your stateroom"  ' "Sir William,  ; liter  to my dauj  voyage lasts I will tip.  e you locked  ^otween a mandafimand a^���j0 ^  ^ metal drum and some other ^nW  nieiiL    l|,e music has a kinri-��/ L...  drum air and but  Thei  - Sliced   |,<"iiion.i."    ��� .  in all prep;j;:'riuiis ca-l!:.i��,' f��>r slrCtV-J  lemons;-:it ������is'ii'mportaiit  lo rrnipve a|*l  I lie", seeds, ���: ������.Oi'.iy. a   lt-w 'allou'Wl lo.r("  -main  will '���m.'.'.nn.,>'k;."uii iiiifiir'.'i'Wi  Venison   In  Venison,  which is  American  .markets,  nearly every day  Germany   at   a '  that of beef.  in  price  Germany.  dlnicult to get in  ni'iy   be obtained  the restaurants of  little  exceeding  Kid���Hoy, dere. fat  our ball down: wot'  youseV-Chicago. Am  *.v- Ko on an' f  s (1*-' madder  erica n.  rn\v  wid  '       ,   Aliva>N   a   Sup  Mrs.j. .-.J'ou'es��� Willful,  woeful want.  Mr.   Jones���Nonsense:  men   waste- the!r   brea'th  never seem in want for  (iuliv,  waati.  Lots-  lull  ���makes-  of,  wo  "h:    bin  '"on*.- .ludtte.  respectfully.  butTS^-^S  drive me to desperation " "0t  But Sir William refused to listen  For the next few days Liidv mI  often felt h.s sad. imp^ng^S  upon her, but he did not aciiin t!  to approach her. ota-f"In venture  PdTi>  h''b TenlnS n n��te was'dellver:'  ed at her door.    Almost in.,���,���  following Signor AlbanVtnThlT^  Pearanceimthe smoking room.   He\S  t'ied a revolver In his hand  was pale and his eyes blazi  "Gentlemen,"   he said   to thi�� ',?-  loungers In the room. ��,  mn�� lr T."  youtogoout   InthenexS1      b'e  may receive a note.   If i do  ���Mieir-eniortni' T   U��e-vnrlatlbrt"  tion nri nmeuts are of long dura  tion am] are goneru���   duri     ��  m  ^ I^ays are almost invariably trafr  ��^:   IhoadmissionfeeisRmn,iy       C  boiling;  "Tjier  'cheesecloth ���������'���J-'-'  .e  the .s.,"ti|i  ..'���.si. .stra.iiit'f''i!> ";  Iij^!  Sev<  -eateeno.   Centnry'  About ..1050. Piorrc  big.  His face  hour I  ->. all will be  Napkin*.  the "Mnlsrr��"'.rrrv"v David Pabllshed  Low m wnu d1-Uoi?t0''" -"&lch tenehea  tow S to\Tdnu? 1tob,e"P���Perly and  -'-'nd^o^^,^ table napkins  Voided'inaSuHi:rr  double and   !l,���? ,D tho form�� ofk  *Joubleraeor    ,0f   Sh011- sI��^ shell,  ��T basket, nnpVri i���       cUl''��s. Pigeon In  The Nile  u  habitable  ��li'iking   roscniIda nee  evovy ceiison-'ls "A :o;i;  AJis.souri.  MI��-   Mini.  mtid,  which renders  . cotnifr.v,  is siiki h�� !"'  o   lli.it .  '.'������'.VP1!  il'  vl&'l  ht-  One  The majority  eat only oiic iim  Jrlfl-I   n  of the nat  ���iVa'day.  ves of H'^j  "'�� Pig.    _o  turbot, miter  a Pie. hare  'log with  The   Men in   K��;:"l"��.  The 'ormihal' idea' of thu *t(">,w  ffiue'  is ;commonly   said   f��  fiiiggi'.sted-'-'by  (he  maniuis  U'l'.in his  i>. KJiiij'.  fD��'  |.:,.VC ^  .,(' Vvo'^i  if   (I  inrit  .jtlilc  IT.h  III fi!  |0f II  ts  tort  ijii L��  I'l oi  pWia  acli.-,  ������li-ill  [��lu|-.|  To so  tin-.',  |SsIl,*||  Sniou  s��rp,'i<.  foro <���  id t  3c nan  ''I'l'!.'til  g-'iiriiu'  inisoi  ! f'.i i-.s ;i  i'lipil.  H'V,',_.[,(  |("i. tlie  pile v.  [itlcr |S  'Mllf.'ic  P'-iiiKiiiK  nt nl  UUI'Mli   ,|  l,rfo. ; li  I'irsc:  "o shaj  ''''Own ii  '1'lie tit  Icled.by  extent  {''Clii'itl :  pl tins i  J11- aud c<  Me:  sico's jur  Ithlrty.. is  f'Uy Tt.n  ��e teak,  e|,l- as n,  l��**S. is  Hie r  I'll oil  ((Irl  St'ity  ll in  "Century of' Iim-nilo**  su  tie I  WI  veu ii  Is III)  thL.  P'"ltiO||  two rabbits, suek-  "collar, pike, carp.  cross-and the r I     , ' tonois��. the holy  " UJe Lorraine cross."  phll.lreii   In   In'II".  Tho eo:-*f  of  imiintahiin',' ��  ���'"iu lri.otiiV (J cents a day.  chili*  'ii of  ft..  U,'�� l>  f'��ud.W|u  1Ssi),���, [U0Y\h' LEADER.  MOVIE,   B.    C.     '  NEURALGIC PAINS."  SHEPP FOR THE FARf  Bullion's Dlo_rrapnors says  |v twenty..years elapsed be-  'tinie he sketched out the  'Paradise Lost" and the  ��j, of that work. The actual  l-oniposition was condensed,,  {or three years.  lY~'/   (Wise   Head)   Disinfectant  fder if.  better  than,  other   soap  it also  acts' as  a  disinfect-  million  persons   die  yearly  of consumption.,   :  fridred anrl' eighty-sevon  dis-  hiages are spoken in Europe.  ARE A CRY, OF THE Hi-rv^o  ��� ���  BETTEK BLOOD. "��  r-tfiii  VI hc:i  OJiO  l>r. WllJUuiu-' l'iuk j-iu-  JJlooil and l>rlve The...  Sy_te_U"-KeaJ  A  high   medical  authoiity  lined   neuralgia    as    "a.  ei-  the  aud  ha.s   dc-  u!'y    <���>���    the  nerves for  better  blood,"  and  to  factually drive it from the syatei  blood   must  be  made  rich,   red  pure.     Kor  this  purpose  there  is  m,  other medicirfe so prompt and sure in  result   as   Dr.  Williams'  Fink Pills,  These pills make new, rich, red blood  with every dose, and impart new hfe  and, new  vigor to  the'person, using  them.    Mr.   John. McDennott,    Bond  Head, Ont., offers strong proof of the  certain results obtained from the use  . .   ,    ,,     I--*       , Sof  Ur*   Williams'  Finlc Fills .in  cases  id   wrist badly bitten by .a   of tIl|s kin(1j     n6 cafcc*s  ioise.   J   suffered  greatly  for  C. Richards &  ���,ell_Iii  ,Ji__e *98  Co.,  1 had  my  |ays>.  jjlical,  ) tie    of  r-hirh  J ' suffered  greatly  and the tooth cuts  says :     "A    few  j years   ago   while   working   as' u  car-  re~J pen ter  in  Buffalo  1   got' wet.    L  did  u.ntL1._/��Vr..-.8e��t_ffave   IJOt   Ulinkit   wo*tn bwhI]���.   <..��� .,;��  . f*.����y clothes  at'  the time,  but  I  1 began using, and the t,  j'began, to  suffer  for  my  awoke next morni  �� puiiis  throughout  soon  neglect.       I  my  was  magical.    Jn live hours the | UWoke nejet morni      ,viUl  ceased,   and   in   two   weeks,'      ....       .   �� u    ����� i-"-"1 <���"  jd    had     completely healed  land  and  arm  were as  w  .Yours truly, '  )  A, E.   HOY,  linker.  St.   Antoine, ��� V.Q.  body. J  .veil :unableto ����, to "*-��* and called in a  i doctor, who left me some medicine. J  | used it faithfully for some time, but  jit did ,not help me. ,_ii'f*vct I, was  (growing  steadily  worse  and   had  be-  F;>: i.t <-1 s      ,   ,.    ���  <;���'��-- Ii.  To   h.-L'iu  bt ivd  i hat  jwolita.'iiv  course th'  consider,.  bo  raised  it I One      ti,  laU-n  lute  ����� i.  us  ���ho'dd  o*--iblf  much  .il-o   be  hours.constitute a week's   we]j  girls , in'    -N"ow|ri0t  come   so,, reduced  JV|-  women  et  hi  and  ,   in    flesh     that    I  weighed only J38 pounds.   As I  was  able  to   work  I  returned   to, mv   1_ '   I home at Bond Head.    7Jer��  I  placed  ��� .      , myself, under the care of it local <l_>c-  4n'��C wnr��le^ )t0r who 8aId thu tro^',<-" *��� neural-  UJ.5J6 workpoeple     BIftt   w,lJch  ,md thorough  operation  last year  m   this    hold up0n Miy ^^ ^^ ^  " ' r  tune seemed t,a follow me fo  iaiment is best Hair Restorer.-��'.> }���lm*V. *<- ��o? help me, and  ii   n-  ���1  i lie  ������'�����.   it  mu-'t  he  r.-mein-  *"i^(   u.iiliou   l.r.;.���.(!*,    can  ioi-   iluir    Ce-b,  ��'<.(,!  '-Jjcjuld  be  ...      , , 'Hon.   ^s   it   is al  so n '.iluabi.'- puiduct fiom Hip flock,  of it as iiracticible. Jt  oi as good Muulitv' as  consid.-nnj; th . " fat  ^v'P, whkh of curse ,s tl.e ultimate  ent o; all mutton, bn-ds, it should  -<-' the ob'"ct of the breeder to ��cl-  tcl j,innial.s which produce as lar^e  .;uan*i.i<>s, of the high priced cuts "  i o' siblc.  /���'i .H'dgirig i������u'01J shf.f.p th;. obU,rt  ������-' ���<�� determine which un;,ml|s ;vilI  nid.i'e the latest, amount of val-  'im.le meat. Alu.iys 'hegin at tho  ii'"'i<t and work l.a'-kward."' Firs  i'.miiK' the mouth to determine the ���,<-<>  of ihu animal. An old .sheep with  J oor Icvtli will not fatten well nor  will tlm produce be of hiah ...imlitv  when it is obtained. Exaiiwi.- the  hfad, reimanbering that 1he feeder  the butcher, ihe consumer and the  wool mauufatturer .jjiust be considered. Tho fet-der winits, the animal  whKh will make 'he most economical  gams, the butclK.- wants the animal  Mhuh will dross thH greatest amount  oi high priced cuts.  The lV-edor wants a head wide between the eyes' and comparatively  :-hoi t. The chest should be short and  ��� df-ep. Determirir- this, hy ho'ding tho  hands flat above Hnd below _.rKl on c*i-  tlwr'sjde. The buyer will soon he ablo  to judge of  the capacity of .sheep for  f-eight  la fleeting  Isaceacu, the Vicnesc I'ady  in training for another at-  svvirn   the  English   chaiinel.  igest    railway     run    in  without    changing  is   on  J'acific,   from    Halifax  Cr.\'l,_62 miles.  r the doc-  sr treatment did not  *! 1 think wy neighbors at least did not  j believe  I  was {.;oing to get better.    I  Jhad  not used more than  three boxes  before 1 felt that the pills wore helping me.'   From that ou  1  gained .day  by day,   and'after I  had   used  some  ten  or twelve' boxes,  1  had fully recovered    my   old-time   strength,   and  have since  been  able to  work at my  trade   as   a  carpenter    without    any  trouble.    'I  hav  the*  the  to  .      ,   .     .,.���.        ,. ���     -   --.-���'�����  no  pajiis  or aches,  |g*cst  orchard   in   the   world!    amI   t   now   WOjh    a-6 Js_      i  Jantu Barbara.   Cal.   It cov- t think -q,.   Wiliir.m��' t��.-���l-   p  acres and  contains  31,000 (  r.ut   trees.  >V^'S  WIJ  Oct Hundred   Dollars  hse <il Cutarrh  that cannot bf   liams'  '//all's   Catarrh   Cure.   .  Bf.iey A.  Co..  Props..  Toledo.   O.  T underslirneci,   have known  K. J;  3for tho   Inst  .15   years,   and   be-  Dtrfectly honorahlo  in .all _>�����_?-  Jsaciions nnd  financially  ahl��- *���*>  it any obligations made by .their  Williams' Pink Pills an-invaluable 'medicine   and   shall  always',  {have a good word "to say for tliem.",,  J    When the nerves are unstrung, when  | the blood is poor or��� watery, or when"  Rewuni ( *-,ie system  is  out of order,   Dr.   Wil-^  Pink Fill**  is  the medicine  to  take.    They cur_ all "troubles  arising  froni ��� these  causes,   and   make   weak,  despondent men  and  women . bright,  active" and  strong.    Protect yourself  against imitations by seeing that the  full  name;  "JJr.  Williams'  Pink Pills  for Pale   people."  is on  the ..wrapper  around every box. ��� Sold by all modi-  dealers  or mailed  post  paid   at  six  boxes  for  S2.o0  ���Medi-  To-.  I max. Wholesale  Drugprists,  ��� o:    - '   o  Kinnan    &    Ifarvin,    Wholfr.'-ulo  jA'trists.  ToltKlo.   O. , }   ,  fC'Ltarrh   Cure  is   taken. Internal- I c,ne  pp   'lirectly   upon . the   blood   and { f>0c   per   box   Oi  '"bj'-S"  Sotd^Cv'.an^wS^h^.^ritmg'tp the Dr. Williams  linls  frpe.  .Kiunily   Pills  aro   tho   Iicst.  \ cine  Co.,   ]*5rock.viIlc.   Out.  J  Ji  or  woman  without bonevo-  not. a jiorfnct being;  they arc- i  (deformed  personality  of  true;/  i Oeraniums blooin most 'satisfactorily when grown ' in 'eom'psirativ-ely  small  pots  and soil  which  i.s  termed  Id   or , womanhood.���Lamb. i  i rich,   but   not   rank     with    excessive  t manure.  Jiaii  who    can    drink   or stop  |.v  stops���at   the   first   saloon.  Misard's Lfoiment is t!.��s LmsI.  ������(c.old lady,  blind in  one eye  r.v O-'iu,   wants'to  serve as  n.  .line for yo[mg  ladies.    Sat.is-  assur.'d.���bctroit   Free0 I'ress.  hi   Portugal  At   the   wife,   publishe.**  { literary works witliout tlm husband's  consent,   the   law   frees   him   at   once  from all   further matrimonial  obligations.  assimilating feed 'I hi i hutild-.-r blade  should be sloping and the. point, of  the shoulder welf covered. Examine  the 1'ac."- very carefully. It .should  bo .straight, with no sagging, whatever. The 'bac-klone should- be attached to tho hips smoothly, and the  rib's .'-hould be well sprung.'. Al Ways  ��i_^p the leg of the sheep just above  , the kmeo and .see thstt the animal is  well fleshed down, _Juch depth and  Ihickness in' the twist arc xcry do-,  sirable. Tho.. chest should be' wide,  inditating Jung, capacity.  In examining the fleece, open it on  the should.r and 'flanks, tlun on the  hind quarter. 'I ho best wool is found  over the shoulder. That on the hip is  not so good. Never open the fleece  on the back,' as there is a tendency  for the mud and the rain to tret nown  and produce rheumatism and general  di.scomfort.  . Quality in a sheep is indicated ���by  the head, absence of hair on legs and  face, fineness of bone, etc. Condition in'sheep is' diflicult tO'determine  tor |the reason "illat when ���the sheep  begins to take _��n fat this is stored  up on the inside first. Later the fat  appears on the outs'de, particularly  about the rump; then''follows along  1h2 back" and finally over tho shoulder and on the flanks  In .animals.for brooding purposes,  these points must of course be given  due weight, tmt it must also be remembered that the brooding animal  must, have great vigor of constitution,-capacity for transmitting characteristics " and ��� moderate" coarseness  of bone. A, very fine bone is not de-  siied in a breeding animal; neither  must it be too coarse. _n an animal  to 5 e fattened the matter of taking  o�� flesh ijuickJy is of more importance than1 constitution and character  of    bone.  neglected, may produce chronic  Wimiatism or Gout. Just a little  ���"ad ache may create Lumbago. J ust  *������ J'ltle Sprain sometimes makes a  Cripple. Just a little Bruise may do  ����� lot of damage. Just a little Headache may be the forerunner of Neu-  "���aigia. Just a little St. Jacobs Oil,,  "Pplied in time cures promptly and  permanently Aches and Pains. Just  a^ little caution; just a little .cost.  Years of Pleasure against years of  Pain.  iappy   are   they   who   don'  the things they can't get.  want  Speaking, of, gloves,  three of a kind  aren't  in   it  with  two pairs.  The   lucky   man   is   the   plucky   cue  .'ho sees and grasps an opportunity.  THY IT.���It would be a cross injustice  to confound that standard healing aft'ent  ���������Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil���with tlie ordinary unguents, lotions , and salves  ihey are oftentimes inllammatorv and  astringent. This,,oil is, on the contrary,  emitiontly cooline: and soothincr when a"i>-  nlied externally to' relieve pain, and  powerfully  remedial  when  swallowed.  Many a woman who makes a man  a mighty poor wife makes him a rich  husband.  Do  sider  i ions  a man a favor' and he will con-  you under everlasting obliga-  to  him.  Girls should never  until after they have  on   the   art.  .flirt   in   public  a stranglehold  JJaK-InK T!iei:i   All   0:ie.���  An eidci'y minister is fond of telling  of a "bivak" he once made at a double  weddiii*. of two sisters. It was arranged that the two couples should be  married wi'h one ceremony, the two  brides responding at the same time,  and the two bridegrooms doing the  same. There had not been any previous rehearsal, as the minister had  (.(Jine a long distance and bad reached  the church but"a few minutes' before  the time'for the"ceremony.  All we::t well until ir came time; for  the aiinistcr to say, "And now I pronounce you man and .wife."  It suddenly ' became obvious to the  '-'i'dsK'i- that the usual formula would  not Cu in the cn.se of two men and two  wives-, and he could uot_think of any  '.wiy of making "man"'"nnd "wife"  plural in the sentence. In his desperation and co:if'.:sio-.i lie lifted his hands  ami r.ud soicmr.ly:  "And'now 1 pronounce you. one and  all. husband and wife!"  Every   man    is    a    fortune  hunter,  otherwise he wouldn't be in business.  llvies  As  now manufactured.   The great FAMILY FLOUR.  Insist ou getting "OGILVIE'S,"   as they are better than th�� Beat.  a?&  a  fm/.  THE'.WORLD'S MEDICINE."-;  FOR ALL  Sick Headache, Cor.stipatipBV Wind,  Weak Stomachy impaired Digestion,  Disordered Uver& Female &ilnr_eBits.  '   Prepared only by the 'Proprietor,, Thomas Beecitam, St.- Helens, Eng.  Sold Everywhere in Canada and TJ. S. America. .-In boxes, 25 cents.   . ,   .,.  It takes a strong-minded woman to  keep her calendar torn off up to date.  Some men don't know they arc  beaten until long after other people  make'the  discovery.  I HE PARADISE  FISH.  f   (tit*   A\*uuii<*r.til    IMhciitorial  nritli*'.   Found    In   Clili.m.  idc-'t nf all [lisotitorial rarities  r.uiiso fish of CMiina.    Like the I  lu-iiii.tiy and one or two other"  of Mid and fish, this little Hn.ny  is tlie  product  of  itrtIn-lay; no place in the World  ii if-found in ;i wild stale.. Mn  hi of the dragon  they are kept  Wiaicd In  ornament::!  aouari-  ii; ������'Ui't'cding genei'atton of the  'It'iUi'D  exhibiting   more   divcr-  'olori.   The male is the larger of  0 M'Xi'H.   measuring  when* full  . tlii'vi' and a  half inches.    The  ssli.-ipoil very much like that of  niou pinniikin seed siniflsh.  its  ���urptisslng In brilliancy any Ash  ��re cultivated for tho aquarium.  llc<i-l of  nmcropodus   (that's   his  c ���������iiiie)  Is ashy'gray,   moltled  .���''������.'���ailiir il.-u-h- ppots.    The gills  izntine hlue.  bordered  with   bril-  inson.  f.'w mv yellow and red. with a  '"���I"1-   'I'll'1 sidos of tlie body and  "1 ��lMi>ed caudal fin arc deep  having from  ten  while  The  During the past ten years immi.arra-  tion to America from Germany, Jre.-  Jnnd and Kngland has decreaaed.  ���whilft that' from Ttaly,, Austria and  Ttussia lias  increased.  There    are    (5,000     monks , on    the  ���promontory  of  Athos.    They  pay to  cultivation''t-U'   K",tu1'   '2-{-W)   pounds  a   year   for  'the privilege of being allowed to govern  themselves.  The number of ships in the American whaling fleet has fallen off in the  last twelve years from 07 _o 40, and  much the-samp is the case with tho  Scotch   whaling  industry.  X.   Hom��*iiiH��le Vt tirclbarrow- '  A homemade Wheelbarrow shown in  the accompanying illustration is a  very simple affair and is much easier  to push than the. ordinary wheelbarrow. The wheel is so far back  lhat   there is much less weight on the  WBLSOIU'3 FLY. PAD!  WILL   BiD   YOJJE2   HGtiSE   GF  FUES   IU   A   FEV/  heat generated by  a man's oociy in a day's, work is  sufficient to raise G3 pounds of water  from,freezing to boiling point.  The  amount   of  man's   body   in  ri-v.  ��(l,!- tin. n.riiicr  Wi' viMhVjtl  blue stripes.  !* lioi-dercd with bim  tier  miirace of tlie body i.s continual-  '"niiiK color -sometimes it Is  "1 "fliers ^rny, black or blue.  ,Jls:ii nnd anal lips are rcmnrkii*  <���'��� lieniv Its generic name ���  '��� ,!l���"���;(���; pod us, Hi, or foot. Both  re shaped alike and arc striped  '"������viiaiid bordered with a bright  "���' ihill oh.reil ventral fins are  ���v �� brilliant scarlet colored  ��'Moiiiii����� throe-fourths of an  ���eiuiMi ,iilc- |)0dy of-. u,i.-.���,,;��� The  s nre well shaped/bu't,;traiis.i-.  vblorlt'ss. '".'��� ���'-���'-���'."'   .':���������'  .Mr,  T  icled  THE  COMPI.F.TED  WHKKI.I'AKaOW.  handles. The construction of th��  wheelbarrow is perfectly plain from  trim drawing. The box is :3 feet long,  l?i feet wide and l.feet deep., I used  a 21--inch com plow wheel and a few  fence boards. The result was very  ���satisfactory and the wheelbarrow  quite durable,���American Agriculturist.  Lord Kelvin, who is now 7S years  of age, is entitled to place no less  than 26 letters, indicating various  titles of honor,   after his name.  ...',]'   ������'  ^fllMh:  -__-._  ^^'fi)U (.%'-'>' <  i.   / ��� /   l!\ ��� ���  I ho Ontario   llo_- Census.  Tt is interesting lo note by the tab-  ���u'jLtfd returns of th_ Ontario iUircau  ^}f Imhistrics, tho number of hogs repotted from the various counties.  < n .July 1st of a recent year, all  il   iheiv  were   1,771,011   hogs     re-  "KELPI��MW=ET  Endorsed by best English medical journal-.  Supplied to British soldiersln South Africa.  "For all Throat and Gland Troubles, Lumps,  Abscesses, Old Soros, Ulcers, Felons, Skin  Olsaases, Eczema. Pimples, Stiff Joints,  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, Bruises,  Piles, Cuts. Sor�� Foet, Pleurisy.  Sold by Druggists, S*5c.   Try it ��nes.  Air. Norther���1'yc often wondered  why so many colored men are lynched down this way. ( Co. South���Well,  sun, I reckon it's because they don't  stare runnin'  quick enough.  Minard's Ufllment Cures LaGrippe.  Mr.- Marry at���1 see old Roxley has  left an estate worth ��2,000,000 at  least.* Would you like to be his widow? Mrs. Marryat (ambiguously)���  No,   dear;' I'd   rather be yours.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  3-^__^B"r_A,SRI'Llg^  Arrow  l_e��i^e>,   E3. O.  SltU'itoci mirlst scenery unrivalled Tor  CTiiurieur. The moot complete health resort on the continent of Xorth America.  It? baths cure all Nervous and Musctj.-  lnr diseases. Its waters Iieul all Kidney,  .Liver and Stomach ailments.  They aro a never-failing* remedy foi all  lihoimuuic troubles.  TEliM-s  515 to $18 per week,   according-  to re.idonce in Hot��l or Villas.  Tlie quality stumi.-ird  Imiii   (Ici'afl    t,  Ocean.,  Your tuoritsj- back if not   ����.t  '    isfactoryP - - -        , -  ROSE & LAEXAMarJE, Apr-t., MONTKEA I,  'm  c-*w.-v  9\\  *ii"^^  ��<_  *-e_yC*ii  5-:J*''-:.'c*S_*.  COI-IC AND KIBNEY DIFFICUUTY.���  }>fr. ,J. XV. wilder, J. P.. I.afurKeville. N.  Y., writes : "I am subject to severe attacks  of t'olic  ami   Kidney  Dilliculty. and  ���     e_  f'al tins  Pi aud  MeilocV   Inlands.  , co s Jurisdiction extends to more  fitblrty. Islands. '      .    '  'V T,���lc  XVo(Ml   1h  f   ^K which'.-_ns  ���f11' ��s the  Hie  Dnrnbl*-.'  passed   Into  host materia) for ship  18 Kiiperior to all other woode  ,.  ,,    "t lh��t it contains an es-  Klrii.    ,licl1 I'i'eveuts spikes and  ^'''���''oitrtom  I ii, ;V'(lt ''"s^sseil by unv other  tl'^ world  !"'��tIoii  P=��E_:P��.250*rYl_2_L_.  Matrimony���(vieiv to.) Gentlemen should  join,the British Correspondence Bureau.  154 Ebnry Street, Loudon, S. AV. England.  Particulars tree.  0'S��/��Z/MsV  &2&f'fr?iirJ3  Opp. City Hall   \\'innipfir. Man,  Call or write for prospectus     J3   J. O'Sullivan  C.E., M A.. President.    Hranchos at Brandon  aud FortuR-e la Prairie.  c As-.  A?-t_^*j  hM  :^t^��2,S��_C_^��_P  CHEER UP OLD SPG-3T   '  Don't Hatter youriulf that your lilglr  forehead Is tho attraction. Its the- love-  ly aroma from that I.UCISiA Cigar we  ar�� after   MAITlIKAOTXniED   HY  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG  W. N. U.  ATo.  >\-J_,     ^.w       f"-> J         '���iJ^W|_K,^.":;..;."  /XTS GENTLY  ON  <l  V^9        AND  n.r   J  5 iWt SYSTEM  CLEANSP^prECT^tiY!  Well in/-'  I III' on  (,'rev   ..  I-.l^in -  ���Oviot'd  York ,  Perth -  llruce   .  ton  115,749  115.073  P-t.-1-lG  78.13L  7-1,301  72,925  71,403  70.314  66.148  61,374  59,634  58,810  ���'I want you to understand, sir,  that my pride forbids me to accept  anything from you after I marry  your daughter." "How are you going to live ?" "Well, I thought you  might make some sort of a settlement  before hand."  I.IAVK YOU SfcfiN IT? WHAT? l.KE'S  * l J'licelcss Reoipi'S, 3.000 secrets for  the lioini.', farm, laboratory, workshop,  and o\ fry (lcimrtiiiont of buinan oudeu-  \or, with full index lo contents; 'MJS  pa Res, bound in cloth; send 125 cents for  a copy, and if you think the hook is  not worth the money send it hack, and  your money will be refunded; this is u  pood side line for canvassers. Write for  terms if you want to caiiva.��s. WILLIAM  BliltKrS. Methodist Book-room, Toronto,  Ontario.  AS0?XJ$,  GO^ADA^  t>i��  rusting.    This  by uny  a nd furidehes an  fcik !?1!,0t'UlL'f"Pt.ti,utships built  I bv,.��i I)r:u'tic:llly ���Indestructible.  .I ''Ul- iK-en:irim-,.;. ... '��_:.���_ ������ *"���*!-��  yer.  "r'.t'ii known to, last foivloO  ���"-���.Avlieii '  us ��uuiid na  J-�� broken up their beam.  When  Urst put lb;  overcomes , ,sT,-pAT!6n  Habitual ^permanently .  ..Tiniuiy  cook.,  w i c k.  jiortnht  ITS  ^0Gf^  I  '{  'dUY THE GENUINE-MANTPB^j  "Hoiit -Itan" <>��  llm   I'nrm.  A news]iap��r.- man who, had occasion  -to visit the famous Scotch-'shepherd,  M'cl'-ny,  oil ;thc noted  (Thani-  farm. -St.  Andrew''s, New Bniiis-  ' sa.ys that one of the'most i''"1'  ''hands"    (or should we say  "feet")     on   tho  farm 'is ' Sitperintcn-  fient.     iW'-Luv's   Scotch  collie Henry.  He. is a boautifid  iinimal  and can.do  alniost every thine:  except,  talk.  What  Henry" doesn't    know,  about herding  ���lici'l)   or  cows,   or   pigs, ��� no  dog  Umt  dominion   can   tell. him.  To  see  him   "working", is     a    sight  ���truveling  many  miles.     Henry  _ilt. ..jdgtd  breed  and  is   ...,,,.  property      of      1-he      superintcndc-nt  Though not on the pay roll,  no    '"hand"  about  .iiif.re  useful  and  ���willb'mr.   '.'������  ".fonos- says lie doesn't owe a dollar in the, world." "H'ni; shrewd  tradespeople Jones deals  with!"  rDybry  gold.  brick   that  glitters    is    not  in  see  worth'  i.s    a  the personal  there is  tho farm that . is  certainly  '*c**c'inor*  There is no objection to a woman's  having a great command of language  if she knows when not to use it.  Wo have no hesitation in savin-; thnt  llr. J. D. Kellocy's Dysentery Cordial is  without doubt tlie best medicine ever introduced for bysentery. diarrhoea, cholera and: all summor '.complaints, sea  sickness, etc. It promptly prives relief  aud never, fails to effect a positive euro!  jrothers should never be .without a bottle  when  their children are teethinp;.  you going  to start a  ?  REDUCES  EXPENSE  will be paid by  SWWW M��5_��e-_U Leve-' Brothers  Limited, Toronto, to any person who  can prove that this soap contains  any form of adulteration whatsoever,  or  contains any   Injurious chemicals.  Ask for the Octagon Bar, "i  When a. small boy gets into trouble  there's .generally a, stick in it; whei.  he grows up fand-,trouble gets iutw  him there are generally several  "sticks"   in  it'.-       '        ."..--*  ���l!nard's Ummmt for Rftemimt.oni.  trying  to   win  often loses his  a  girl  head.  i.hajid  '   ��'  If the beauty of the average n'uiu's  mind'isn't, more lovely than his face  it is entitled to sympathy.  ^f Then write to us for prices and  terms upon TYPE, MATERIAL and  MACHINERY.    ���::���.:::::���:  if VVc carry the only stock in the  jNorthwest, and can furnish complete Job and Newspaper Plants at  short notice,- also Ready-Prints in  ail sizes and styles.   :::::::::  Toronto Type Fdry  Co'y,  Limited.  117-5 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg.  ��?*" ... ,   . .   .'   . --as  '".[ do ��� believe little Mrs. Iliggs-  warthy loves her brute or a|husband  so well that she would cheerfully die  foi- him." 'More than thnt, she loves  him so'weir that she cheerfully lives  with : him."  '*-.:,#,! ?i ions him. i^messs'
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on berween eomo of tbe   pa|iers oi  ihe-'    ^-vou H'3"-* send us your   name.'and!
Kjolemiy. over   the   question   of  iu l^r^s and agree, to.aell for u_ twelve   Barristers  *& Solicitors.
fienisii-j£ tho tariff en   lead.    The  r.muj ,.'"XPS of,Dr'  Aru0*crs English   Toxin ]-=aB    '
foi r. lead   ta.:r.'   ia  .-..-.only   .titcl* as/1'1118 at25c- I'er box, we will give   vou 1 TCT
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it Montr/Ml, tho miner oblamiii.- i-l.'.jQj^"0' °S *VOUr c*-oice   of  twenty, other |
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tuuall   duty   uu    1 .* - I   t*:."c;;ii(;    fr.,*_i   ^e,i:' Spleen skirtt,, canjerap, et.\    Re.l^^^^^^^^^^^^ss^^si
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A   man   v. ho   was   loud   of   .vying  J"^,    !hef firufit  in  *>'0l5r locality   to! p.    «       rill I 6 f2
"gotten" instead  of "got"  _eieffrhPbeJ ^ -    ■        -V n*    ^UUlL
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-^ss^fcvciifliienlickeiB:   ThJWI^ Our illustrated   Catalogue   and   '      :,     .   ^ulfclPg'5'.   Overcoating
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fc>:    :ii.   uneousciourf    7,-JiV.j    fh«aler  ^V1'0^ uDl«n *[lei; youhave   sold
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