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The Moyie City Leader Oct 15, 1898

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 J  AAsw*^^*^ (j^-^^ih^^���^ix  yoL. l .NO, w  MOYIE ClTXf-h. fcL, OefOBJfi^ J5/ I89S,  m A YEA&  g^SJ^L'^'^'^--^.^..^.^.-rfr. .-^.  >^.>^.-5f_^^_'^:^:^5��^:^!  %.  LAO f 01 STARTS i  Woi'k. was Commenced  Last Monday.  m  AN IDBA-L TOWNSITE For Business and 1  Pleasure; as a Residential locality  -Unequalled,         ^v ��� v-.  .Situated oo Moyie Lake, jfizoollcnt Fish.   " ."  < jug, Boating, Bathing  ��.i_d  (.hooting. , . ,      '  DOUBLE SHIFTS BEING WORKED  Tlio Jifpylo iintl St. Kiigcuo aro also   Talc.  jut' Out Ory, and   Making: I'rcii-  iiratlojiH for Shipping.  MMOTH   RETAIL   MTQmVM.  -BADKEB. BY FAY ..ROLLS.-*  ������ -��� ,   - ->.-, ��� ���   L.  Ugene, Lake Shore,  Mines all.within an hour's walk:   Good water  supply.  'Exceptional drainage facilities. Has  the best prospects.  The Busiest and Most Talked of Town in  EAST KOOTENAY.  \S��-_i-  H* T^~   ��i*  G.  CAMPBELL/Moyie City,  B  * >^",*^���"*5^���,'^���>*���'^���>l^���'v^.^'n^������*^*^-*^;*l��J_���'  jsr.jr.jar  ^s-zysr-i^-^ys- 2.yx z^s i^s-z^r ^n^r ^yn^s t^tv^t-^s-z^; -z^rrz^T^r-z^r z^-z,^ t$_ -z^r/,;  THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE.,!  Work in tho .tunnel   of   the  Lake  Shore miuo was  begun Monday,  and  since then  double shifts have boon  run.    Tho mine    has    an    excellent  showing, the .entire face of tho  80-foot  tunnel   being   iu   ore.    The  owners  have   every   convenience  round   the  mine, aud arc in shape for working  it  on a thorough and systematic principle.   The oro bin, which has  a capacity of 140 tons, is  in  easy ' access  to  the mine, aud already it contains several-tons of clean ore.  .There are  also  some three carloads of sorted  ore  in  the blacksmith shop  ready  for shipment.    This was taken out. asfc winter j  .while the 70-foot tunnel wa3 being run.  From the first shot   that  was put  in  ore has been   taken  cut.'   In fact in  the entire distance of 80 feet the side  walls have only been  encountered  iu  one or two places.  The ore taken out is being closely,  sorted, none but the very cleanest of  it being saved for immediate shipment.  The balance will be thrown over-' the  dump for ��� tho present awaiting fh'e  erection of a concentrator.  ���HARDWARE;  GROCERIES,  PRODUCE.  ALL  KINDS  OP  fr  'J  I  .4  I  *  .r- HONE ���  JIN ftOGFMG .A SPECIALTY, "*  i. .   51  .-r^CPBrjSTOKS   OF-.=  CLOTHINGh  .Gents' Furnishing-a.,  EOOTO and 3HOE&  STRICTLY FIRST CLASS IN AZ_J_> IMPARTMJS^Tfi.  0<_>_c- yictoria ,S.t-   _a._t__.c3. IVEoyi�� .____. v��.  TSOCOIiirX^SS   OX^TfcTj.  LOCAL   NEWS.  Mon-  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, President.  B. E. Walkek, Gen. 1Ib.ii.  PAID UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.00  -0-  Accrmnte of OorporfUior.s ._.TCi>,.--il'*< ,u>.d tnrtivirtujils received on favorable terms,.  SAVIXqS   DEPARTMENT���Deposits of.;.LOO and ."upward   received aud   current  rates of interest allowed.  grafts nurt credits issued, payable at all points.   Exchange purchased.  MONEY QKDEKS���Kor sale, pHyal-le at any.PQiiit.  I  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J, W. H. SMYTHE, Manager  <_;^^;-^,^.<_l,-<_;-,&<r. >��'-��^'/_-'  >*,. ^k.>k.-��^.>*:.^.*>��k'>����.���>*.��� >*.*N***^_*'_fr  as  CHS  The l.o_i_.i_]i_ ��� Equipped in First Glass Style  Throughout Largo and Commodious Dining  J.oom. Bey, Bra oils), of Wines, ��� Liquors and-  Cigars cau_l>c;had__it1._i(_.Bar.  Headquarters for Commencial end Mining Men.  as  m  as  as  as  as  as  QUEEN  AVENUE,  MOYIE   CITY, B. C.  .__��^.>^.^^.>^.^^.^;^.^->^.^.^.>^'^��>^*>^|*^-^*^^*>^.* ���^_n,^*S,'<_p*f>��_*  ?*V'V**V*V;VWWWVWW>k,V>k,WWl.*��  S. A, SCOTT, Prop.  This hotel is, now open to tho public, and is well furm  ished throughout. None but thabest brands of wines,  liquors and cigars kept in stock.        .        >        ��� .     ���   '-.���  I'tliST CLASS. A.f'COMMOJ>A'LtQX$-  MOYIE CITY, B. C  'I*.  /|^  ft  1*  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  -ft  (1/  ./  .(/  .0  \l/  \t/  ^1/  \(/  ��  ^^^^^^^g^'J^^^^S^^^S^^^SS^  G.^CAMPBEItZ,-A. T.CLAJIK.  This Hotelfis'.'New and well Eurnished;  The  Tablesare Supplied with the Best the  Market affords. The Bar i^ Filled with g  the Best tBrands of Liquors tand Cigars  THE  ^OYn-:  AND  QUEEi/.   ,  Th.e Moyie and Queen of-, the Hills  has a wonderfully large showing, there  being between 20 and 30 feet of ore in  sight., with every indication pointing  inwards its holding that width. The  tunnel is now in about 75 feet. '  A- C. ifelson, who is acting as manager during the illness of N. A. "Wal-  linger, inspected thc property Wednesday and was quite profuse in his  remarks of commendation upon his  return to town. There now seems to  be-no question but the payment which  comes duo on November first vill be,  made, as tho showing on the property  has steadily increased since the first  work was done. When the laet' payment is made, the working  force will be increased, large bunk  houses, cabins, ore bins, etc., will be  built and everything put in readiues  for shipping orp."  THE   RT. EUQENE.  Work on the St. Eugene is being  steadily and rapidly pushed. Work  in the old tunnels still continues,' and  new tunnels are being started. Carpenters are at work on the oflice and  bunk house, and are making the  quarters warm and comfortable for  the approaching winter.  A branch wagon road is being built  from tho old wagon road to the concentrator sue at tho lower end of the  town. This would lead one to infer that tho concentrator will bo built  at no distant date, and that very little  ore will be shipped in its natural state  from this mine. James. Cronin, one  of the owners and manager, is now in  Spokano conferring with the other  owners. When he returns it will be  more definitely learned just what will  be done.  All indications now point towards  Moyie being a lively mining camp this  winter, and that an immense amount  of ore will, be shipped. F. W. Peters,  the districtC P, I.. freight agent, is  expected here soon, when rates to the  smelter and for. treatment will be  given. Some of the ore may be sent  to Nelson to be treated, but thc bulk  of it will be shipped to the States,  there being, better facilities for handling it there, and abetter price at their  command for the bullion.  B. Hannington was in  town  d.-y. .. *  - Engineer J. P, Gordon was up from  his camo Thursday.  .fames Cronin left for Spokane Wednesday to be absent a week or 10 days.  O. Jftmffman and Frank  McMahon  wore in Fprt Steele  oi;  business  this  week.  ,J. ��_-.. Robh)son v/ent to the fogging  caiup 0X5. business yesterday,  Tho genial F. C. Lockhart, of Gordon's engineering corps, was in town  yesterday.  Father Coccola; the ever" beneficent  priest of the St. ^ugen.8 mission;  ���paM J'oyic a visit-r   .  Constable J. M. Lindsay was in E!us-  konook and Nelson on official business several days this week.,  4- W. McVittie of Cranbrook, the  hustling agent for the Imperial and  Phcenis insurance companies, is in  town.  Tim Farrell and Wm. Hamilton  went over to the Sullivan mine this  week, where they may - remain all  winter.  W. H Murphy, Peter Lynch and  Chas. Diamond, left here Monday for  a prospecting trip through the" White  Grouse country.  A. Iy. Plante, one of the proprietors  of the Woodbine hotel at the Logging  Camp, was in town Monday. He says  business is flourishing at his camp..  Sir William. Van Home, president  of the C. P. E., and party, are expected here loda}'. It is their intention to  examine the mineral resources surrounding Moyio.  J. M. McMahon was taken -to the  Mission hospital yesterday. He is  quite ill, tint! it iy expected he will  have an attack of typhoid fever. He  was accompanied by his brother Frank,  Father Co. cola and ,loe   Wilmshurst.  Sancroft Baker, a nephew of Col.  Henderson, who spent most of the  summer hunting and fishing round  Moyie, took his departure Tuesday for  his home iu London, England. J. M.  Pye-Smith, who cauie out here from  the old country with him, has decided to remain some- mouths longer  .before returning.    -,'���'.    ���  A'tireM-ell lo tlio, N. AV,. ill.  V,  The Northwest Mounted Police  have been recalled from service on  'the C row's Nest road, and the little  army of read coats tbat was so conspicuous along tlie line of construction  r  during thc summer will be seen no  more. They, were here under contract with the C. P. R. during construction work, but now that the line  is completed their services'can be dispensed with. t While considerable'  fault was found with these officers 'of  the law," still on the whole it must be  admitted they performed their work  quite efficiently rind everted much  trouble tnat might have otherwise  occurred.  GENERAL NEWS  NOTES.  A telegram from   Pekin   .states that  Li Hung Chang has been dismissed.  At Grand Forks, B. C, there is  not  a vacant store building of any kind.  J?inisHiug Their Worjt,  For the past week the construction  forces have been moving bask to Cranbrook, and the road is now practically  finished aside from being ballasted on  the western portion. Telegraph poles  are being distributed Along the line.  Most of the trains that are running between Cranbrook and Kuskonook  have at le^st one or * two coaches attached, thus affording the traveling  public better accommodations. It is  expected th^fc a through traiij. service  will be established within a week of 10  days.  Orders Talceu for Job Worjt.     C/  ��� The Leader has perfected arrangements for taking orders aud handling  all kinds of job printing, aud respectfully solicits your -trade. When in'  need of letterheads., billheads, envelopes, cards, mealtickets, or anything  in the printed stationery line, call a.  this office and inspect samples and get  prices. We guarantee prices to be as  low as can be received at'any printing  house in thc country. Leave your  orders with us and we will attend to  the rest.  The first race for the American cup  will be held on October 3rd, nej:t year.  The mill at Republic, Wash., is now  turning out bullion at the rate of  #1,000 per da>.   A uumber of the Crow's, Nest contractors are suing tha C. P. JJ. for  moneys alleged to be due them.  The courts of Spokane are having  quite a rim ou divorce suits, as many  as sis cases having been placed on the,  docket in one day.'    u  George Meyers of Tillamook, - Ore.,  has offered to donate Tillamook county 'JO a^rea of land if the county will  maintain him for life.  About 11,200 Deryishes were killed,  10,000 wounded and between 3,000  and -1,000 taken prisoner iu the recent  battle  with the British.  Fanny Davenport, the actress, died  September 26th at her summer home,  Melbourne Hull, -JDuxbury, Mass,, of  enlargement' of the heart. She was  '18 years old. c  The. Yukon mails, during the winter, it is said, will be carried on tho  lower river, that is, from St. Michaels  to Dawson by reindeer,. and on the  upper river by dog trains.  HEADQUARTERS [FOR COMMERCIAL  I AND MINING MEN.  l��r(>YI.B;ciTY, ������ - - -      ' -'  .lUUTISIt COI.UMI.IA.  For a Weekly Mall Sorrk-o.  Postmaster E. H. Small is in receipt Of a letter from Postoffice Inspector Fletcher stating that ho had  recommended to tlie department that  an allowance of $2.50 per round trip  be made for carrying the mail be-  twer*'"' Moyie and Cranbrook ionce a  week) lintil such time as mail  can   be I unintentionally  '       Committed a -Forgery.  A man named, J. H. McDowell was  arrested about two o'clock this morning by Sergeant. Clopp on a double  charge of forgery and robbery. McDowell used his own signature on the  cheques which were drawn on the  Canadian Bank of Commerce at Cranbrook to the extent of about $250. He  also stole a shotgun and a pair of blankets from a man at Palmers bar. The  prisoner was taken to Cranbrook today  to stand trial.  McDowell has been in this country  for some time and has borne  a favorable reputation. He is about  35 years of age, medium bight and of  satidy complexion. Ho claims ho had  an open account with the Canadian  Bank of Commerce, and had simply  overdrawn     hi."   ac-  forwarded by railway to this point. count.  Tlio Only Siiti.ftictloti.  Last summer as a northern man who  was looking up land in Alabama was  riding along the highway - he met a  father and son riding at a furious gallop and both armed with .shot-guns.  They drew up as they reached him,  and the old man called out :  , "Say, stranger; hev ye met a young  man and a gal riding the same mule  and humping along as it Satan was  was after them?".;  ���:   "No.", ���������,���'.  "Well, my darter has eloped with  Bill Gordon, aud Sam aud me are trying to get within shooting distance  before the knot is tied."  "Ah!    Why, that couple were'being  manied   in   Blankviilo   as    1    came  .through there an hour ago."  "Did the gal hev on ti blue waist?"  "Yes."  "And was it a cream mule?"  "Yes."       ;' ,  "Aud was it  a   tall   fellow  with  a  skeercd look?"  "It was."  "That's thorn, partner, and I'm  much obleeged. Sam, we're too late  to atop 'em, and the only satisfaction  we kin git ia to let our horses jog  along into town and shoot the* preacher when we git th'ar!'"  The rate war between the Canadian  Pacific liailway and the States lines is  settled. The Inter-State' Commerce  committee decided nearly all disputed  points in favor of the C. P. E.  From reliable sources it is learned  that the Klondike gold shipped out  by the Dawson branch of tbo Bank of  British North America to the branch  of the same institution in San Francisco amounts to 338,989 ounces, or  $5,000,000 up to the first of September.  Hon. J. Fred Hume has issued, instructions barring gold commissioners,  mining recordors, and their employes  from dealing in mineral claims of any  sort, and hereafter gold commissioners  will not be permitted to act in the  affairs of any company in which they  or any of their employes hold shares.  The new ore bins for the Black  Bear mine at Gem, Idaho, are rapidly  neariug completion, and it will not be  long until the mine will be in shapes  to have its ore shipped to mill or  smelter as it is taken out. At present  Canyon creek is low, and the mills all  find less power from that stream than  common.  A man named Purccll, while striking a drill on Burns and Jordan's  work, about four miles below Brooklyn, on Lower Arrow Lake, suddenly  lost his balance, aud fell backward down  the steep precipice to the ground  some 80 feet below, and then rolled  about 200 feet further down towards  the lake. It is almost a miracle tha.  he waa not killed outright.  )f  m n?  l  '>".',  ��� _.' 'p.  i -'   ' ;'  ���  i .        . -  Is.-   "���    .  ;'   "3 'v  ���",   i   ''��� '  J . i'!{ '.  pv,.* i  ���*,>-.-'O  ' I'  I  f ���  i"  : 1"  I  1  Wv-  ONTARIOCYCLONE  FURTHEIS   PAIITICFLARS OF'THE  CVCLOXE AT .MEItlUTTO.V,,      u  lievisc.l I.ist of Yic.ims-Tomnviinda.  X.  V.,  Seriously   Damaged���  Freaks of the Tornado.  St. Catharines, .Sept. 27.���Tiie re-  portc-u death or .Jam(*.s .McCarthy and  _��_aud C-Neii proved uutnio, though  .McCarthy is iory Ion- ;ui<I will likely  die. Maud O'Neil may recover. Tho  deaths are tht- .same as reported last  night to tho Free Press with the addition of Gladys Fkins, ;i child, who  wn.s almost cut. in two by the destruction of the hua.sc of her ftitlier, Waltwr  Fkins. Late tonight a complete list of  ���tiie dead and injured is as lollow_>.  Dead��� " ' I  ���- ."Mrs.  .loJm Bickley.  .Mis;,  Clara O'Neil. -     .  Francis   .Moffat..  Gladys Ekins. - -  Jiijiiri.il��� '   ' i  .las.  McCarthy,   will  die.  -   U.  II   Bradley. - 1  ,   _>liss .-('nine Nestor.  .Miss  Mauo  O'Xcil. I '  Airs    l-i.-hani  Thoihp.son.  LUt-'.  Mc*C.7UK/ami.  .Mr.  .Joint  iler-gan. i  Infant (.-hild of John  BK-kloy.  Bo-ssie  _*_*?rr.  '   , FaunSe  \Yibo';i.  Lottie OWei 1.1  (May  Williams,  (.'litis '-Murray.  i.\Lr.   -.IrC'iiu-hind.  Jh.-wnrd  l'loyh*.  {Willie YV'ihon.  (Mr. das.  C.   Bradley.  r .Iciiiric Bradley.  I.ev. I^n\ rone.; Skey.. rector of the  [Episcopal church at .Merrittoa, vent  to Toronto to-day to enlist the sympathies of the press 'find people of  .Toronto on behalf of thc sufferers, fie  itas an eye-w itnosjs of the .stonn. Ilia  ovn criurt'li escaped with tho destruction, of the .over. , The Presbyterian  church is totally -u recked. About  twenty-four Jic>ti*-e-s aro tonally destroyed, being chiolly those of vorkiiti.g  people of the factories. Tlie T-iincoIti  3 paper mill,  -which   is badly damaged,  FASIIOIIV 'CAPTIT.I.I).  Dervishes'' Last  Stait.l���J)efeal or the  Remnant of the  Khalifa's  I   '       '   Arinv at (_e.jhiref.  London, Sept. 2G.-TJie Dnil.v, Tele,  graph's Cairo correspondent, telegraphing to-day, ^ronday, says General Kitchener fonsul tlio French at  Fashoda. " He notified Major Mar-  c.hruid that- he had express instructions .hiit the territory vas British,  and that the French must retire, and  offered tlu-m passage to Cairo. Major  .Marchand absolutely declined to retire, unless- ordered to tio .so by his  government. No fighting occurred.  31ajor Marchand i\as given clearly tu  understand that the British in.si.sted  ujion their claims aud the rest vas  left uvJje settled by diplomacy be-  tw'eeu tlie respective governments.  General K.itclieii����r .sent a Jong official dispatch to Loudon, hoisted the  l.iiior. Jack and the Egyptian ensign  and left as a garrison, the J 10th and  _l_-th .Soudanese battalions, and the  Cameron Jlighlaiulers to protect the  British fl.ig- Vol. Jackson commands  the garrltoii.  Cairo. .Sept. 23.���Uoiieivil Kitchener,  conmiaiidiiig the Anglo-Kg.vpti'in ex-  ixiiitio.-i. has re.urnod to Omdijrman,  havimv odtablishe I posts at' Fa.-dioda  and Oil the Sobat ri\or. Tho troopa  did no fighting except -with- a Dervish steamer on tlie way >outh. which  was capture*!.    '  Siiakiiu, Sept. 2.".���The only organize! remnant C>r the Khalifa's army  was defeated, and its hist stronghold, Gcdaref, captured on Sept." 22,  after three hours' hard fighting when  an -.-gyptiun force, numbering 1,"300,  under command of Col. Parsons, routed :.:.0()0 Dervishes, of whom ."00 were  killed. Throo Egyptian .officers wore  wounded aud 'Al Egyptian soldiers  killed  and ">9  -wounded.  >EWS IX BRIEF.  Denmark   is   'dead,  fail el la,    foundered  off  on   route!  Friday, St'pt. :_ (i.  The   (iueeii.  of  The t=choonier  Caiie l-'lattexj-.  Sir   "William   A'au   ITorne   Is  to^ManItolia. ��'   I  The iw-iverB liay<- served an ultima lit in '  osl Turkey, i-eifardiu^- Orole. - j  "William l-Cni^fifoi-d,  Otiimda's mosfcuiS-I  tin.i^ui^hed histiu-iaii, i.s   dead. I  Kobert.   .Uoore,   bhot   by  a'   policeman!  near Yiirklon,  Avis a.,   is   dend.   .  . \  Lieut. Oiiveriior Cainernir^ ftinef.il tookj  place  on" Wednopiday at Goderich, J  Count   lYdetoi   ri-n<yrl-   that"   Ihe   Don-1  fclifliorati   will   juaki*   aood'  feettlerb   for i  Canada. ' -  The result of Ihe olebiscUe is a.in!i-,'  joritv <-<���, ao.oOO to L'0,000 in favor of'  jK-oliib.tJoii.       i i i     '  T-'oi-e.ft fires nre l-a.uinq; in Wiseontin '  ���Five tmvjiH dcstrn.ved and tiva Chil--  dreu burned to  death. ���      !  A report i�� current in France Hint  Oerniany h:t�� sctiI ;m ultinialuui grow-  ius out of   the Preyftw ease.  X"  jittlilic  liiit--iiK-,>   can  in   the Territories   until  the ih'eea^ed lieuleutuit irnvcrnor is   np-  .loinled, "^  m a  Woman Loves  JJy l_i>:iti*I<*(> .M.-ircsiii.  C1IAPTEK I.���FKO.M. GLOOM TO  GU-ADXKSri.  Ir. is ;i pleasing iiictuiv to eontemplate,  this room with its elegant furniture,  rich bright velvet litmiling.s,'nml artistic  ornamentation, troft velvet rugs tiro scattered here and there, a few rave paintings adorn tho walls, and at, ��very turn  the eye rests on evidences, of refinement,  wealth, and  extpiisiie   rasie.      Near   the  parents centered   upon   this, new idol of  their homo���this tiny baby girl.  Surrounded by all the luxuries that  wealth could procure, and shielded from  every cure, tho child grow up -�� al1  atmosphere of refinement and peace,  without the slightest knowledge of aught  save tho vory brightest side of life. She  received a most- careful and thorough  .education, and when by master and  'professor-her education was pronounced  complete, her fond parents made preparations for her debut into fashionable  society.  This interesting event was celebrated  by a " grand ball given on the girl's  eighteenth birthday, at the palatial family residence in San Francisco, and  rivaled in magnificence and grandeur  anything of the kind over given in that'  queenly city beforp. ' Great was tlm.ad-  .uiinition excited in tho wealthy and aristocratic circles, by,tho beauty, charming  grace, and innocence of the young heiress, but when tit tho end of her second      ..Ji.  _u..           ....i    ...,,i  school, and the widow   had  indulge T  ' sorrow and ir  liness;  until   her   health,   �����!-���-���   'V01*e-  ways been frail  that  the fullest extent in her sorrow a  .   which ha-i ",r  neen rrau, grew so al.-ir,nInR]v i,.t  sho   was   forced, by   ��,���   ,..!_.. H  bore her children, to   emerge       ��VH  cloister-like   life  she  , . fr��m thk  and mingii) withV  world of wealth and fashion sit, he  she told herself over and over .IU'1**11  that her heart was dead, and all ru,"'"'  for her in lifo was over. But fo^T0  children's sake she'must try to   livo  m  make the most of   this wearv work -ii  lifo,    buoyed   by   thc    blessed hotm','|';  each suu,fas it rose and set on the dt-  of her lire, brought her every dav  ne'-u"1  her journey's   end   and   the   loved  who had gone before. ,e  This brief sketch of some of   thu .���!,.  iters of our   story,    now briuKn ���s ] 'l,r,"  (���the beginning of our fust chant-*  act  to  be   transacted ' south window of the room,    where a for-  i  .-.lu-fcsMii-   i-o , eign   bird swings   in its gilded eairo and  jiotirs out its   sweet   song as fnvly.as in  Tluirsdii.i . Septi'Milier ���-li  An tuiknoiMi  uiJUi suicided near ytoitfj-  ivnll.  pe.stri-.ctivc  forcat fire^  lire  rasi��5 ���'���  Colorado.  Many I'.-ital -r.-wt"-  of   yellow fever aro  reported  in   Ken tucker-  The   Quoen   oT    Denmark   Irf    iu ���>���   ln'c"  carioiitj i-ojuljtion. *    j  -The  lirlticijittl   luw-iiiess  block   in   Trc-;  liorne  w.-it?  di'Slroye'd by fire. !  C.  P.  It.  eaniiii'.;^  [or  eight nioutlns  of .  IS'.iS   increased   ���*. lSl.-tr.-'l. ���     '  l_io.i  hydraulic  gold fields   have   been  discovered on Deai-e _Kiver, ' i  Five persons were killed in a. collision,  i  the  Intcireoloiilal. railway.   '        - I  Js. am-  wtll not close  dowji fortunately.  t-Jome oxtrnordiii.'iry incidents are  recorded. A young son of David Itani-  say tv,-;>- f,'tariding on tho Acetylene  Gtif? Vrorks siding when thc; funnel  scooped him nv- -LI'* was a wondei-f.u'l  e.vpericni'R.c ITe threw uj) his arms, tiud  i\vas una bio to get them down again  Ulis body was rigid, and he was ��'ar-  ricnl in tlie -whirlpool, ;is he calls it.  flour over Lincoln paper mills, and deposited in a fi��-ld beyond, suffering  nothing but a bruised .shoulder. A  . jucpr freak of the storm "was noticed  >u tlie burying1 of shingles in linrClsoil,  Heaving Just, enough tn pull tliein  out. "vTliolo sections of sidewalks  .wore thrown bodily long distaiiee:-?,  nnd the peculiarity of tiie force exert-  *xl was shown in the simple knocking;  'out of a corner of the steeple of St.  'J.���'fines' church, while the buildings adjacent were reduced to rubbish.  i:. s. xkws;  Ktuis'.is City, I\Lo.,   Sept.   ".Mi.���Chief  'ol'Police   Hayes, last   night, received a  telephone   mes-sago   from   HI,  Joe   rliur  three men, suspected  of  complicity in  the robbery of the Missouri train out of  Kansas Oily on Friday nighr, have been  arrested   in    tliat   city.     Their   names  wore given as   John Ryan, .las. T.lcllon  and   John   Morgan, and   alleged   that  they had   in   their   possession    .sliTO in  mnlHated greenbacks.  "Washington. Sept. :_('.���Tin* coniuns-  sior selected by the president to inves-  lignte 'lie condncr of the "war department, held its first formal session today  wirh all the members present. The  meeting was strictly secret and no  newspaper representatives or others not  connected with the board were admitted.  Camp Wickoff, Tdaungank Poi"nr, hr.  ��., Sept. 20.���Two soldiers, Jus. Twis-  by and Linso.v 11. I foil, yesterday i[iiur-  relled over the possession of a Spanish  coin brought from Santiago, Holt fired  three .shots into Twisby's body, killing  him instantly. 13oth took par! iu the  buttle of Santiago  Avon. Mass., Hepi. "iO.���The difliciil-  fy ar the bittlefield factory, which began a week ago, when the lasteis 1 ft  their beueht-h to emphasr/i- their fle-  nuind for ihe adoption of a new-  list, has been Settled, all llie old  returned lo  work tin- morning  price  help  THH IAWS UMl -VRM.   o.  Dr. .Vancy G nil 1 ford j of Dridgoiiort,  Conn.. Arrested for ."tinnier in  London,, Mug.  Liverpool, * Sept. 27. ��� Detective*  ;i�� ttitcii the arrival here thi��* morning of the steamer Vancouver from  Montreal, and upon the lancing of her  passengers followed 'a woman who  came ashore from tlie steamer. The  officers maintain 'secrecy regarding  thLs person, refusing to give i.er name  or to discuss the cas.e beyond saying  that she is suspected of having committed a murder in Canada. The woman boarded a 'traiia for London, Inspector LamoLu following her in the  next compartment, ^vith instructions  to'arrest lier if she wont to a house  which th,e Canadian police |iad ��� informed the English authorities, would  probably be thc destination of tue  murderess. It lias been reported in  N,ca\ York that the woman, known as  Doctor .Nancy Guilford, , of Bridgeport. Conn., has been arrested in Liverpool, charged "with being concerned  iu the murder of Emma Gill, of Southing-ton. Conn.. -\\ here a body, cut in  several pieces, was found some time  ago in the Yellow mill pond near  Bridgeport.  Stanford. Conn., Sept. 27.���The state  attorney, Samuel FeS:cndeii, wa.** seen  this 'morning and asked if lie had any  information that woul 1 confirm the  reported arrest in Liverpool ��� this  morning of Dr. Nancy Guilford, who is  wanted for alleged connection with  the dismemberment oi Emma Gill's  1 o ly and otli'T serious charge- in connection with the ilea th of tlie young  girl. 'Mr. Ftssenden said ho had receive "I a telegram from Liverpool announcing that a P'MSjii answering tlio  description of Mrs. Br. J. Guilford had  left tho steamer Vancouver upon its  arrival at Liverpool this morning and  hail gone to London under police surveillance iM-i-. "Fcssciulon immodiateiy  communicated with Governor Cook,  and ou Ins request the governor ask-  el the state department ut> Washington to recpiest' the United States embassy at London to provide for the  provisional arre.->t untii the proper papers could reach thoie. Mr. Fv s-en-  clen said he has since learned that the  state department had cabled London  as requcstol. TJie state attorney -aid  that from information placed in his  linn .'s by the iletectiv.s lie has had  at work on. the case, ho believes that  the woman under surveillance in London   is Dr.  Nancy  Guilford.  on  Hon. T-tiOiintis  F.  15..yanl,  ex-TJ  lijiusaflor-to Lb'udcii,  is   dead.    , <  An Bnglisli syndicate' is arranging to ,  buy scvertil  .U-xnlreail   I)rof\-eries. ;  Alv'tu 1). Crane is nominated for gov- ���  er.A,.' !>y the. Der.iocrats ol   New, York.   '<'  Gejiera.l Kitchener hoisted the Egyp-'  titui ting at Fa��hoda���not the Bri-i_>li |  flag. ' ���' |  United Slates troops-, have boon order-,  ed to Leech Lake, .linn., to quolL an In- |  dian   revolt. ' j  .Ontario license holders issued a. cir- (  cular, appealing: to anti-prohibition-1  iets to vole,   u t i j  Middleton. the biga.nisl, was senteuc-'  cd at Woodstock, Ont., to seven years (  wupiriisonmeat. ^ '   |  Robert  Moore wan  shot  and  mortally i  wottnded  lo' a   .pojicemau near Yorktou,  while reiifolin;^ arrest.  The United .State, peace commissioners were officially received by the  French government.,  One of the, Spanish peace commissioners reports that the Cuban recoucentra-  dofc art* r.ll dead.  y  It it reported that Germany is sup-  Plying, arms iind ammunition to' the Philippine  hi-surgeji'tB.  Lord Seymour, commanding Brititih  forces in Canada, is en route fo British'  Columbia.  n 'J'lie (>uebcfe cojifei-ence is making  rrogreise -towards c. settlement of tho  sealing and Alaskan boundary nueslions.  TYPHOID AT D.VWS0N.  Tliri'i*  'I'liou-:iiid   Cii-i-s Aii- K��'i>titeil���.\1I  (hi-cs  An: Sen I   to  Dnu-oii.  lluntington. W. V.i.. Se]ir. 'W.���The  Forepaugh circ-us train i- ^-porii il to  In-wn eked and two incn killed ,u Wil-  -oiidale. on ;l<f- Nortolk and We-h-i-u  r.n'lniiil. .Mi niih- -until of l.eiio\,i  I'ort Towusend, Wttsli., Sept. _2(i.���  The steamship Topeka arrived from  Lynn canal ports with JOU Klondikers,  most of   whom have little or no dnst to   Tin--,-  Wediie-d-iy, S-��pt. "A.  Great   distress   is   rcii-ortod   in  Ciiba.  Foiir Iive.s wore lost in. the .Teri-itloil  cyclo.io. "��� '  A terrific gale is reported on the  'Briti.fi.li   Columbia   coae-t.  Cuban in-,urgent*, are pillaging ' and  destroyhvg  property. _  Thendore lloo-sevelt w.'i.- noiuitiated for  governor by New York Republicans.  Great brit.-iin. United Stales and .la-1  lian  ��nay  -lako   joint  action   in   China._j  rtcgiiiation^ governing acceptnnco ajid !  i\ caring: of foreign tniedals are published.!  in   Paris.  Tloissland  mines  shiiiped   ..5TG  ton  ore last we-ek.  Many disappointed ininei's tiro returning 1 roan Yukon.  Great distress is reported on -the  Ashcrtu't  trail.  Sir Herbert Kitchener has been raised   to  the peerage  tt i-,no\v conside-red certain that the  Qu-ebec c-niierence ivill rc-fitilt iu a  treaty.  Terrible hardships on - the Asiicrm't-  trail are reported by returning trav-|  oilers. j  A -choone.r with ..2,000 worth of con-!  Iraband liquor wa��> seized near Diirby, i  N-.   S. ' ,  The editor of Montreal Town Topics!  iv.ii arrested for publishing indecent iit-j  era tare. |  CliarRw Calder -iv.'is reno.iiiiti.-itcd for ;  the lcg'slature by tho Oou^ervalives of,i  South   Ontario. '  Winnipeg prohibitionists closed their!  campaign by ft meeting in tlie Winnipeg!  theatre   last  naglit. |  The   Dcniuiiion     govern meat   will    hold  sales   or   Manitoba   school   lands   in    No-j  vcmber   and   December. * j  It i�� proposed tu create a great water  jwiAver   at   Fort   Willi.'ton   and   Port    Ar- !  tlnir   from   Kakabeka   Falls. J  "Or,"   Najicy      G nil ford.      a<-cii*,--v1      oj  ���conuilieity    in     -the    ]lridire.'��>rt.   Oni'i.,1  nn.rili.-r,' w a*,   arrest.-tl   In   biindoii,    I'.ng-  laud.  r.t diiaiu. Mits,.,    Sept  ing   in   ih'     j��ii^.-,i' mm'-  lion. Tim.-   \\  Hours huiger.  2C ���.\,-(<,i-il.  -port today,  l.a. ard c.iiinot Jive ���> <  lb- l- gradually -inl.ing.  The  ('.iitlon. tJlhu, Sept. ^j. ��� J he M-eiel  servici'inen, aided by local men. swooped down on llie V'-idi-nee of Rev. (lali-  rie] llo-tetter. thi.- city, and arre-ted  him on liie cluirge ol counterfc-iting  I'nited Stales money. They captured  a quantity of bogus 'dollars, hajf-dolhihs  and a lot of -metal which mi one who  saw it seenu-d able;  composition made,  money. -  to   describe.     The  good     imitation  -.v. posse   is  Flora, Ind., Sept; :>  searching for the gang of lmrghir> who  broke into the Farmers' State brink this  morning and blew oji'eu the sate. They  shot .and fatally wounded Leitoh, ihe  manage:!.- and got awav with ^12,000.  jj Will Not Visit Toronto.  Toronto, Sept-. SO.-���Right Hon. Jos.  Chamberlain, colonial secretary, has  written that.he is compelled to decline  the banquet tendered Jiini by the ciiy  contx-il. He cannot on this ���occasion,  to ins regiet, visit Toronto. Col. Don-  i.son, who had tendor.'i'l Mr. (-.huniber-  lii.in"thr: banquet on bi-lialf of the Brit-  ish-Einjiir.-! league, has i-eeeived word  to the same effect.  show for their experience in the hind of  gold. They express themselves as being glad to gel out .-.live. Three thous-  itiitl eases of typhoid fever i.s the estimate placed on ihe number of sick in  j Daw-son on Sept. (ilh. A large number  of deaths occurred daily, of which no  record is made Colder weather coming on soon will check the i'erer. It is  estimated that '.1.000 p ".iplo have joined  the ru.-h lo Stewart river. iS'e-urly  evi ry foot of available ground has been  prospected, but no gold found. Th.it  section h;ts been deserred hy till except  a few who, hope to create another .excitement next season....       ������'������'  Among t.he ��� Topeka's passengers1 is  Joseph, Ladue, the founder of; T).iwson.  He says many returning nre- men who  oven if the country was one .solid mass  of gold, would not make; anything, con-  sexjuent-ly they give tlie- con ii try a bad  name. He admits tliat there is a great  deal of sickness, but says that Dawson  is ;i hospital for all the tramps. Wh.cn  any one i.s taken sick anywhere along  the. river, he is sent to Dawson, which  gets the credit.  The   management   of      the   Dorc_i<M_er-  reiiiteptiat-y   is    tq.  be  Investigated.;,  ;L.LTJ..MATUM TO TUJiKKY.  Far i.s, Sept. '20.���li is reliably reported that the ultimatuiii of the powers to Turkey regarding the island ol  Crete was presented to the Sultan today. " ' ';   (       -i'l,/  .London,'Sept. 2-!.���jfThe estate of the;  late Vvoolf Joel, the South African millionaire, who Wiis shot and killed at  Johannesburg in March last by Ludwig  Yon Yeltheim, amounts to i.1,300,000.  opjii-fti'--   prohibit ion.  cni unix-dunci") arrived  :i\. Se-n. ;j;t ii.  Sir   Henri   .July  Thc   U.  S.  p..ace  fouiullaiid   fiftlieriin'ii.  Lord   Ch.-irlca   'ISeresfind   ha*,     arrived  at Sin/rap ore.  Three llioti-nad <-n-es of   typhoid fever  are reiiorted  -a   I)aw��i.n Citv.  their  Montreal   hotel   i a-n     will   Loop  barn  open on plebiscite day.  The C.u��bi c conferenee will likely adjourn   il*i  sittings   to  Washington.'  Several ((ijebec. icgiblators addre.s->ed  nit'ciingf)   ,'igain��t   jii-iihibittoii.  The French government have decided  on a    i eviflion of    llie Dreyfus case.  II is generally believed a-t Hong ICung  that   the   Enuicror   of    China   is    dead.  Three people were killed and many  .Injured by a cyclone, at Merritoii,  Ont. '  The 'Dominion cabinet arrived at no  decision regarding, the Atlantic mail  service-.  Tho , annual ; meeting of Executive  Health -Officers ol Ontario is in. session at Ottawa. -i  Tho remains of Oiiristophcr Columbus  wero exhumed by the Spanish authorities at Havana.  Hon. M. C Cameron, liout.-governor o  the   Northwest       Terrilories,   "died-     at  London,  Ont.,  on   Monday.  It is   proposed  to  readjust the  floatation   of        England,     Ireland  Wales In   the imperial parliament.  its nativo wilds, a con eh is drawn, and  jitrainsti it-; luxurious cushions a middle-  aged lady of delicate and fragile beauty  reclines. J b-r white cashmere morning  gown, with lt-i iidornnifiUi of rare creamy  old'lace. witJi here and ihere a knot of  black ribbon, which gives it a half  mourning aspect, falls about ber Mender  form in .-oft ileeey folds. The book she  Jias been" reading has 'fallen from her  whito hand, ti ml, lies on the rug by her  side. Her cheek i- resting in the palm  of her right: hand anil she is looking at  the mellow rays of the" autumnal- sunshine us it softly steals through tho  parted silken drapery of the window and  falls in a Jong lino of glittering brightness op tho carpet, with eyes which havo  a troubled -expression, as though the  brain was pu/ziing over l some problem  which it finds hard to solve.  At length a low weary 'sigh escapes the  slightly parted lips., and tho J sound,  faint as It is,' has caused a fair young  girl, who is scared in tho deep embrasure  of tho bay-window in the room, engaged  with somo'pretty Jaucy work, to turn  her face? suddenly toward the occupant of  the couch. Springing quickly up, she  throw- her work into the basket at her  side, and comes and kneels down at. tho  head "of the   low couch.  "What is it, mamma, darling?" slui  ask�� affectionately, as her cool soft hand  rests on tho brow of tho lady whoso unrest had found vent in the low-drawn  sigh. "WJiac can I do for you? Does your  hean ache again?" ' she continues, with  tender solicitude, as sho bends over the  sufferer. <  ''No, Beatrice, my hoad does not ache.  I was jufit tbiuing of the _bnely, isolated  life I havo led since your dear   papa was  taken from us.    How   good and kind he  wte--,    Beatrice.    His   most   ardent wi-di  timing   all   the   eighteen    years   of our  happy wedded life was for my happiness,  and now that he is gone, it  is   no   wonder   that   I   have   sunk    into this dull,  morbid state,    that    is   sapping'tho very  foundation of my life's spring.  Dr. Hamilton warned    me    again   this    morning  that this   seclusion    ami    politude   must  end,- if I, would   regain    my  health and  prolong my life.  But the very thought of  going back to the gay. fashionable world,  makes me shudder; and but only for my'  children, to whom   I owe a   dury in this  matter, which I cannot   escape   even if I ;  would, I should   continue thi? seclusion, j  which would end so stton and reunite me  with my love in heaven," and the widow i  buries her face in her lace-bordered   poc- j  ket   handkerchief, and   her   slight form  shakes witli sobs.  "Mamma,   mamma,    darling,    do nut  give way in such a manner," pleads   tho ]  s  of' ^'rl 'u t0lu"*" ot distress.  "You will bring :  on one of those   terrible   nervous attacks  again.     Think how papa loved you,   and ]  how unhappy he would   be   could he see 1  you so sad arid despairing.   Be leconcilcd {  to God's will, tiearost, and live tor  those  who arc still left you "  She rises from her knees and goes fo a  side table and takes up a tiny bottle,  from which she pours a few drop- of  colorless liquid and a wine glass half  filled with Witter, and returns to lier  mother'.- side.  '���Drink this, mamma," she says, handing her the glass, ������and then let mo rub  your forehead until you fall asleep"  Tho lady drink.- tho contents, arid as  she hands the empty glass back to her  daughter, replies:��� _.  "No, Beatrice, 1 cannot sleep. I must  talk to you about this inevitable affair  which appears in my eyes almost in tho  light of a disaster���this throwing our  doors open again to society���this going  back to the fashionable world: for mv  duty to you, my child, forbids that {  should longer indulge in the selfish -���(���elusion in which I would fain bury myself  for tho balance of my. life."  Here sounds of Uie opening and clos  ing of the hall door, quick footsteps* in  Ihe corridor, and the merry air of "The  Blue Uelk of Soot land,M whistled by  boyi-h lip- fall upon the car-; ol mother  and daughter ami the next, instant the  door of the room opens, and Raphael St.  Clap- .-land- before his mot her ;ind swter,  bringing into the room with hlin a  bn'izy atmosphere of out-door lifo. lie i-  followed by two noble hunting do^^,  which immediately malo* them-idves at  home on the bright -oft rug-, and look  ii]) ;ir then-   master   witli    la/.y-hlinkmg  a.foot innate eve;  Woodford's Resignation.  Saratoga, _n;Y., Sept. ���.'7:���-General  Stewart L. Woodford received by mail  a letter from.Acting Secretary of State  (A.dee accepting the general's resignation as minister to Spain and transmitting the president's appreciation of the  manner in which he had performed his  mission. General Woodford .sent; his  resignation to the president; on September'. 0th.  "Is mother worse, Bell'." inquire; the  boy in a low tone a.- she --ee^ the '.'rave  face of his --Nter. ami notes hi-, mother's  downcast eyes.  "No, Ritfe," answers the mother,  looking up and smiling on h"r son. '���_  tun not feeling worse in health, but am  more, denressed than usual. Sit down, I  want to talk to you," and she..extends a  slender ..hand towards him]'-.'  Tin; young man, who is scarcely more  than a bov, bonds over her and imprints  a loving kiss,on her red lips, -and i then  seats himself by her sido, and the mother,  son, and daughter engage in an 'earliest'  convei's.'i'j'ion.  We will,not listen to tlieir talk as they  discuss some subject freighted with such  interest to , themselves, but, will take  this opportunity, to briefly , sketch the  previous history of this family whose  and j fortunes we proposes to | follow"as they '  tread tho highway of the road of life 1'oV  a few years following tho opening of our  story. .       ���   ���   ���    ���  Isabel Sfc. Clair, the mother of the  young people .wo havo introduced, was  tho only child of a San Francisco millionaire, who bad started from tbo lowest rung of fortune's ladder, and worked  his own way. bravely- to the top He. had  married Into iu lifo a pretty little blonde,  tiu�� uaugliter of a country  This   marring; ,jm(i    |)t,f)n  repre-  sonsoii out she   was   unengaged, and   as  far as any   ono   was   aware,    still heart  whole, tho   fashion    devotees-   began    to  cliale as at a personal wrong,    and   concluded that the heart of the -young heir-  'o=s was one not easily captured. 'Many a '  heart,  with its wealth of lovo   had   been  laid at her feet, to be kindly, and though  with as little pain as .possible, firmly re-*  jected.     So. decided    had    tbe.-e refusals  been, rhat not, even the   most courageous  and, persevering lover amongst   tho number ever found' heart   to renew   or press  his suit.     The    parents, while they marveled at their daughiorjs   firmness in rejecting all offers of   love   and   marriage,  did not remonstrate with    her,   nnd    the  girl had her will as the sequel will show  Mr.  South worth, Isabel's   father,'   had  in his  'employ -- a   young   man who had  served tho millionaire in tho   capacity of  private   secretary    ever    since     Isabel's  school girl   days.     This   young   man, in  matter of birth, was   Miss   Southworth's  equal.     His   father,    however, ��� had  met  with one of those sudden reverses of fortune, which often falls so suddenly upon  tho wealthy men ��� of   the    Pacific   coast,  and Raphael   St.,   Clair'   was summoned  home from college,    where ho was   about;  completing   his   studies,    to   attend tho  death-bed of his only parent upon  whoso  head tho   clashing   calamity   of   'ruined  fortune had fallen with   fitch,   withering'  j stroke.    The   son arrived only in time to  I receive his father's blessing, before .that  j father closed bis' eyes   forever   on life's  , fitful dream, leaving *-ho son ho   loved so  | fondly, anif for whoso sako   he   had fol-  J lowed untiringly in the coquettisJi   footsteps of tho floklo   goddess  fortune, only  to bo eluded by her at last, when he had  deemed himself moit secure, to fight the  battle of lifo   alone   and   empty-handed,  with not.   even    enough   remaining from  the wreck of his   father's   once   colossal  fortune fo serve as   a   stepping-stone, by  which   his     inexperienced     feet   might  reach independence, if not wealth.   Nobly  crushing down his   heart-sick ^loneliness  and disappointment,    Raphael    St.  Clair  turned a courageous face and brave heart  full upon the storm which   had met him  on tho very threshold of   life's   journey,  and did tho only   thing   left   for him to  do, and   that was    to    seek   employment  among   his   lamented ' lather's   wealthy  associates '      '  His search was not. long a vain one,  and in less than a month after he had  stood beside his father's open grave, he  began his work as private 'secretary to,  the wealthy Mr. Southworth. His salary  was a liberal one, and his emploj'er ti  kind master and geniargentleinan', and  as.tliti young man hudmo ono deik-ndiny  upon hi.s cxeriions but himself, ho w;i-  alile to save something each month from  his salary, abovo his modest expen-es,  and led a rather uneventful but not unhappy lifo. -  Little Isabel Southworth w;isthnna  young miss'of fifteen summers. Krom  ' the first advent of the pale young man.  dressed in deep mourning, into lier father's- employ, her childish hetirt had  gone out to him in tender pi��y. It was  so terrible, she thought, to be thus alone,  without, home or kindred, and soon this  feeling of sympathy bid fitir to ripen  into a deeper and more noble sentiment.  Indeed, in .after years, sho was often  heard to .remark laughingly, tliat she  could not remember when she first began to love Kaph-iel St. Clair, . This  then, was the secret of the armor of  steel with which her heart was encased  against all other lover- and suitors.  Just after Mi=s Southworth liittl passed  her twenty-flr-fc birthday her beloved  mother was prostrated by illness, which  ��oon proved fatal, and so overcome by  grief was Sir. South won h by this great  bereavement that lie never recovered his  usual health a nil spirits, and before the  close of another year ho too hnd turned  his weary face from the cares and turmoil of life, and had gone to join his  beloved wifo in the. hind ot souls Just  before ho died ho placed the hand of his  daughter in that of his ttasted friend  and secretary, Raphael St. Clair, and  invoked (.bid's blessing on the young  people's betrothal. A few moments later  I su bid's unconscious- form was bornn  from tho bedside; of Jipt dying father lo  her own room in tho arms of her afli-  itneed husband.  Her father's immense wealth had b"en  settled upon her, in her own undivided  right iis a marriage set tlenienl. After a  few months spent in n-clu-ion. pro-traied  by grief at this great double bereavement in ihe loss of both parents, (In,  girl yielded lo the prayer- and entreaties  of her devoted lover, and one bright .May  morning, when till nature was .smiling  and rejoicing in newly spi-jIUrjn,r jifo,  NalK'l Southworth in th�� pre-encn of a  very few intimate lriends of the family,  her fair fnuu looking more sweet and  fragile than ever in her deep mourning  robe.-, gave her hand to the young man  who had so long held possession of her  girlish'��� heart;' and the newly .-.married  pair sailed immediately for*, tho old'  world,   where   they   spent   throo  haopy  'St chapter.  "WitH      (To be continued.)   "Egggv  15ees  RANGE  OF THE  HONEYBEE.  How the   DiHliinco   Traveled   by t)u  Can He Ilctoi-mined.  Tho range of the honeybeo is but litf],-,  understood by tho masses, many stippo-im,'  that bees go for miles in quest of ne. \v  while others think that they go f,|,iv '  short, distance. It may bo curiou"toin;inv  to under.-taud how any one can (ell i'iovv-  lartho bees mayfly, but this is .-unijl,,  when _ understood. Years ti.ro, wh.-a t;���,  Italian bee- were lirst introduced in tjj���  I'nited Sinn--, these bees bavin;, n..,,.^  different from tho common bee,"a]v,.���iy  here, they were easily distingiuihi-d, ,ui,y  after any beekeeper had obtained (lu/lu*.  iaii bees they could bo observed and t!n.!r  range easily noticed. If bloom i, plentiful  close where bees are located, they will n.it  go very far, perhaps a mile in ran^e. bus  if bloom i.s scarce they may go llvo inllo,-"  Usually about threo miles i.s as far it- tin-y  may go profitably.  Bees have been known "fo go as far m  cighl miles in a straight line, eros-in^ a  body of water that distance to land, lei.,  wonderful how the liitle honeybee can go  so far from its homo and over find its \v;iv .  back to its own part iotilar hive. - if whilu  tho little boo is out of its home or hi v. ihe  hive should bo moved some 10 or 2u ftot.  according to the surroundings, when ii  caino back to where its homo was iir-,r. located it. would bo hopelessly lusr. Jf ,i|.;  homo was in an open space, with no other  ob.jeetsclo.se, it might iind its way home,  but even should the hive be, moved only a  few feet many of tho bees would get lo-'t.  So to move a hlvo, if done in the win-  tor time, it would be all right, but if ia  the .summer timo il should be done afton  dark or when the, bees- are not Hying, and  even then the bees should be Mirrot! tip  some and sinoko blpwn in at the hive entrance and a board or some object plnml  in front of tho hive so that th'* bee- in  coming out may mark their new local ion.  I Joes'no doubt aro guided by sight and abo  sense of smell. They arc attracted by tb-i  color of bloom, as if they nre at work on a  .certain kind of bloom ihey aro not lik"ly  to leave that particular kind of bloom for'*  any other as long as ihey can find that  kind. Again, bees are often attracted to  sweets by their sense of smell,rfor they  will go after sweets even if in the dark, if  close." However, any kind of sweets may  bo placed in glass in plain sight, but if  covered so as not to emit any smell tho  bees will take no nolico of it.���Exchange.  i  i  ci  '**  '1  4  ���J  WHY  HE   DIDN'T  BID   UP.  The might or  jj. Jliin  Who Had a Wcak-  ne>'M  lor Auction  Siili:*.  There was a red Hag out in front of fl  farmhouse up in the Swift river region in  Oxford tbo other day when Hums wn.  driving past tho place, lie can never [���ot  by an auction sale. There i.s .-oinctliins  about a bargain at venilne that strike-  bim just when; ho lives So Burns hitched  bis hor��c and stopped on iho outskirts of  tho crowd. Ho remembered that, at tho  la.-t auction���ho attended he bomrht two  pod augers and tin ox yoke, and thi- ti'i.o  he steeled himself lest" ho might conmii;  similar ogregioiisnoss,' In Inc., ho con-  eluded that ho wouldn't bid at. all.  JL!?iit when tho crowd got well waked up  over ii Jersey heifer Burns chipped in a  bid or two and finally got to going hard  against a red whiskered man who carnal  'a whip in hi.s left hand and expectorated  violently after every bid.  As the contest, waxed somewhat energetic 13urns reached for liis pocket liook.  His fingers rundown and down into his  trousers pocket until they slid into a good  big hole. 'Tho pocketbook was gone. Vou  who have found holes in your pockets  where wallets ought to be can. m so-'-1'  measure, appreoiato Burns' feeling*-.  Ho stopped bidding, and while tho red  whiskered man, still expectorating, vva<  [laying down an installment on the heifer  Burns pushed forwaid through tho crowd  and got tho auctioneer's ear. That fime" ,  tionary listened intently. Then hear"-"  erect oneo more and in hi.s prof.-i-sioiru  drone commenced:  '���This gentleman informs me th:tt In)  has lo-t it pocket hook containing tin* --!m  of .-'00. lie ofl'ers (ho hum of jlOior'--  return.    Now"��� t  "Fll give .ji.O," broke in a voice; in i-'"  corner  "Thirl v," cried-another.  "Thirty-five, "came in (let e.-minetl t -'"''-.  from the red whiskered man.  "That w;ts beyond what I could niWd. _  says Burns, "nnd so I came away ���"*'��� ''''  them bidding on  il."���Lewi.-,ton Join "> >'���  , do-'  clergyman  a verv hnppy  one, and   after   a   few years   of married  hie, a child came to render    their huppi-  years in travel, sight-seeing, or resting,  as best pleased them. Then they returned homo to San Francisco. On their  return they, were accompanied by two  nursery maids, each of whom bore in  her arms a, -charming infant of six months  of ago, looking like twin lilies. Tho  twins, boy .and girl, were tho dolight of  the fond parents' hearts and well may  they havo been proud of thoso lovely  cherubs, for two fairer children tho sun  never shone upon.  Nothing was now wanting to complelu  the happiness of this young couple, who  appeared to.be Fortune's especial favor-  Hies. Life wth them llowod on liko somo  grand peaceful river, with scarce a ripplo  to mar its bright, placid surface, until  the twin children had attained thoir.  sixteenth year, when the brooding wings  of sorrow descended nnd settled on this  devoted wife and hor lovely children ln  the sudden death o'f tho beloved husband  .'Old father. Three years of Isabel St.  Clair's    lonely  ne��� complete, and the hopes of tho fond I The V3[   JiS^Uf St  Method* or Slonklowif/.  To write such books as SienkicwhV'^  without  copying or correcting, ,0,c'?,|,.  works liko the triology and "C.uo"\ -i'l'--  by a series of efforts, each of whii h g'"'^  a  finished   purl,  iind  each  part  being -  seamless and flawless- continuation ol tn-  preceding, till tbo  last, together with a  tho   others, forms  a 'complete,. imbro-*-1-  whole, .is,perhaps tho  .most amazing to"  do  forco'ih literary experience.    Sic". ,,'  .'wio;_   omploys  no man or woman  to m-' I  him.    Ho   makes  all   literary, rosearcn^  himself,   visits   and   studios   tlio' V}"���  which he needs, to sco and when wn ��� ��������  : in   Switzerland,   Italy,- Franco or oiik  countries takos with him-nil tho books n  requires and shuts hirasolf in with tnt  during'working hours, which for, Jum ->  from S or 9 till lunch at 1 o'clock and i-i"-  a  cotiplo  of   hours  later on.    Ho -j01 .  writes after dinnor in tho ovening a'" ''.  ro ordered his "works  and days" l-h'^  needs no assistance.*���.Tcromitdi Curt'11  Century. ,   .   - .,  Kiit ions.  "Isn'thoaiiian of rather liix'"innS  tastes?" said one girl. . ,  "Yes. I'm afraid he will never iiw**1  ii soldier," answered tho other. ^  "I'm sure ho wouldn't <iuuil ut "'*'  enemy's firo." , -  "No, indeed. But I don't believe i"  coithl face salt pork us calmly^"0  oould suit-peter. "���Washington ^ui-  B^V.  taM��^iaBsac3-g>S��a.4JM mumiiumm -vcrr. The Leader.  MOYIE CITY, Ii. C.  THE  LISTENER.  Sir Henry Irving has in his possession  Hie sandals worn by Kean when the latter  played in "Brutus" in 1813, and also the  boots which Kemblo wore ,sonic year*  earlier.  A bad shot while pheasant shooting has  cost the  Hon. John Tufton, eldest son of  .   hord Hothfield, $0,500. lie fired the charge  into rhe face of ono of his beaters, rendering tho ninn totally blind.  4. O. Spalding, who was a pitcher of  j>romiiionce 20 years ago, has' become an  Biithuslnstic golf 'player. Ho can bo'.ouml.  on tho links nearly evrry day near his  summer homo at Seabright, N. J.  Captain Jonathan Norton, reputed to  bo just closing his ono hundred and lirst  year, aidod in raining tho stars and stripes  ou a new 80 foot polo in the public park  in East Leo, Mass., after tlie surrender of  Santiago.  Old people in Galeshurg, Ills., remember when General Shaffer was a hustling  employed of the Burlington road at that  place. Uo Is reiuombored as a manly, ambitious young feilow, tho leader in' spell-  ing and wrestling.  Lovi /.. Leitor, who recently sold a Jurgo  amount of Chicago real estate to , got  money to mako gt/bd his- sou's losses in  wheat, had to buy .2,100 worth of i nterual  revenue stamps, required by the new war  tar law, to make tho deal legal,  Baron Henri do Rothschild, a cadet of  tho Paris branch of tbo famous financial  family, has passed his final examination as  ' doctor before a jury composed of Dry.  Founder, Bud in, Polrier and Notter. The  ., young physician obtained tho mark "Ex-  tremoly good.','  Probably no man living has written tho  words to so many songs as Mr, Frederick  Weathorly, yet, he is only 45 years old.  Mr. Weathorly was born at Forth-head, a  little,place at tho mouth of the Avon, not  very far from Bristol, and not long after  ;s leaving Oxford university he ,wus called  to the bar.  "Governor 'Adams  of  Colorado made a  most felicitous address  in welcoming tho  clubwomen at Denver, but ho declares ho  novel" dreaded   any public  appearance so  much as he did that one..."But," ho says,:  .'Twill never   be afraid of women again.  Why, tliey were among the  best fellows I  . ever met." ���   q -  Judsd'n Lyons  of  Atlanta, tho  colored  register of tho treasury, is tlius referred to  by  Tho   Constitution   of  that city: "By  signing his  name to war bonds  ho rivets  hi.s namo to the history of  his country ag  no other colored man has done before. Ho  has 50 clerks  under him' and is kept busy  as well as responsible."  ���Baron von Stunim, who has been nicknamed tho king of tho Saar, was so angry  at not being elected--to tho rolchsttig on  tho first ballot that he put up this notice  on hi.s factory gates* "As tho Nounkirchen  Zeitung has slandered mc, I consider it a  matter of course that no workman shall'  tolerate that sheet in his family."  M. Mclinc, tho former premier of  France, may bo met any day in his cap  and gown in the hall of tho Palais do, Justice. Ho is now a wealthy man, and his  wife and daughter aro in'the highest society. M. Moline does not expect to return soon to power. Tho Right and tho  high nnd dry Moderates are still devoted  to tho fallen premier.  MERRY  MOMENTS.  BTan'n Little Hero Koloer.  A little (dude.  A htlln .-lunl,),  A little dear and dimpled maid.  ���  A lit tht brook,  A litilo book,  A little fiMiinjj line and hook.     ,    ���  A littlo hand,  A little hand,  A lutlo plt-dge���you understand.  A little "splice,",  A little rh-e,   9   ���  A little yliaipso of paradise.   ���Town Topics.  Preserved.  ITe seized tho tiny glass jar and rapidly  screwed tho metal lop over tho rubber collar. Then ho plunged the tiny bottle*into  boiling 'water and after taking it out  smeared tho top with >_sr__*aer of sealing  wax. ' ^ "V  Pasting a label on tlio side of tho vial,  tho premier of fho Spanish kingdom loohed  up with ti happy smiJo.  "Spain's honor i.s preserved," ho said as  ho placed tho vial on an upper shelf.���  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  VIGOROUS    OLD    AGE.  MR. WM. ELLIOTT   TELLS   HOW  TO OBTAIN IT.  Alono IIb   Old It.  , Airs. Sighes���My poor, dear friend!  What a loss! Was your husband long sick .  Mrs, Weeps���Only a week-.  "Mrs. Sighes���Dr. (Jayfoo attended him,  I suppose. - '  Mr.s. Weeps���Wo never dreamed it was  serious. Ho had no medical 'assistance; ho  just died himself.���New York Truth.-  A Cbanco X-'or AM.  Grimsonbcak���No one nood feel discour-'  aged about this war business. Every ono  can help a little.  ' Yeast���How so?  ."Well, if a man can't go to tho front  and lick a few Spaniards, ho can stay at'  homo and 1 i'ek th'e war rovonuo stumps."'  ���Yonkco-s Statesman. ���  Hard I_,uck.  "If I should ko to war, "ho cried, -  "And jniii<;Io in tho fray,  I fear that <ovna one olso might come  And win your heart away. ' ^  'Ti.s not that I lack courage, love,  lSelicvu mo, but the fear        . ���'  Of beies; robbed of you, sweetheart, '  '    ���      That mukes mo linger here."  "Then put yotir fear away," sho said,  "And go and gut your gun.  Go, mingle in tho fray and help  To make tho .Spaniard.- run.  I've formed irresolution," and  I'll tell il unto thee���  I want to'ho o warrior's'lovo  No stay at homo for me I"  ���Chicago Nowi  An Apparition.  Mrs.    Nuwcd���Good    gracious I    There  goes tho tramp I gavo somo of my biscuits  to a few day-,' ;tgo !  "    Mr. Nuwcd���Did he cat them?'     '  Mrs. Nuwcd���lie ate four of them.'  -   Mr. Nuwcd���It's  not  him, my dear.���  Up to Date.  Uncle's MiBtalro.  Gentleman (meeting old negro who Is  very much battered)���Wliy, what's tho  matter, uncle?   ,  *;Oh, nuflin, boss, but cf yo'eber got  Bcan'lous t'ings ter say about oh mulo yo'  want.ter say dom ter hoes face."���New  York Truth.  Undismayed.  Counsel for thc Defense���Gentlemen,  I appeal to you to return-this unfortunate to his little home, where a tender,  loving wife.awaits him, whero his little children call him father���   "  Judge (interrupting)���I will call the  learned counsel's attention to the fact  that.tho accused is unmarried.   ,  Counsel '(undismayed, continuing)���  So much tbe more unfortunate is this  -poor man, who has no little homo,  whero no tender, loving wife awaits  him, whero no little children call him  father!���Flics endo Blatter.  >"ot Bloving His Own Horn. ,  First Clarinet���Is Professor Trombono  going to war with theru&cof tho regimental band?  Second Bass���"Ach, no;, ho is sending a  Bubstitoot.���Yitu.  He Has Been Subject to  Fainting  Spells and  Cramps���Was Gradually Growing Weaker  and Weaker.  From the Echo, Plaltsville, Out.  Dr.   Williams'Pink Pills   have   attained a mast  enviable  reputation* in  this community.    Probably   no   other  medicine has had  such a large aud  in-  '���reasiiig sale here.    The reason is   that  'his medicine  cures,     oid   and  young  dike, are-.benefitted  by'its   use.    Recently we printed  an  account   of a, remarkable cure of a well known' huh- of  this place   through 'the   agencj- of  Dr.'  Williams'   Pink Pills, and  since   publishing that we have heard of   another  similar   case.,      Mr.    Win.   Elliott,,  a  fanner  living  near   Bright, is a   well  known figure there.    Although an  old  man ho almost daily walks to   the village, a  distance  of  nenrlj-' a   mile, for  hi.s   mini.     Many  years   ngo   he  came  from Scotland to the farm on which he  now lives' and cleared  it of  forest.     In  eoiivorsiition  with   him. ho  relatod   to  iiu l.oho reporter the foi liming:   "I am  7S'years of ago and strong and he-alihy  for an old man.    Mine has  been a vigorous consul it tion and up rill  six years  ago I hardly knew whittit was to'have  u day's  illness.     But   the-n   my health  began  to   fail.     L   became  subject   to  cramps in the stomach.    I was   treated  by doctors. Tint received no  benefit.    I  gradually  grew   weaLer  and  as I was  past-the   three score iind   ton 1 thought  my time had conn..    Next I took fainting fits and often I would  have   to  be  carried back to the house entirely helpless.     The doctors said my trouble was  general weakness  due   to old  age and  advised   me- to  cirry  some  stimulant  with ine to use when 1 felt a i'aintness  coming on, but this I refused to do. . I'  had read in the papers of Dr. Willianrs'  Pink Pills aud thought they would  be  specially adapted  to  my case.  - I tried  one box  but thoy did not seem to  help  me.    In fact I thought T Jolt- worse.    I  decided  to  continue    them,   however,  and after laking four boxes there was a  marked - 'improvement.       Sly  strength  returned and I was no  longer troubled  with fainting 'spells.    Tn  six  mouths  time with  this  treatment J, gained fifteen' pounds, hiking in al]   eight  boxes  of the   Pills.    Today I am a well   man  and I owe mv complete recovery to Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills."  These pills cure not by purging fhe  system- as do ordinary [medicines, but  by enriching thc blood and strengthening the nerves. They _. cure rheumatism', sciatica, locomotor ataxia, paralysis, heart troubles, erysipelas and all  forms of 'weakness. Ladies will find  them an unrivalled medicine for all  ailments peculiar to the sex; restoring  health aud vigor, and bringing a rosy  glow to pale and sallow cheeks. There  is no other medicine "just as good."  See that thc full name, Dr. Williams'  Pink Bills for Pale; People, is ou every  package you buy. If your dealer docs  not have them, they will be sent post  paid at ."50 cents a box, or six boxes for  �����..50, bj-addressing the Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockvillc, Ont.. or  Schenectadv.,New York.  Kidney Trouble  FOR YEARS.  Nothing did Mr. R. E. Pitt  any good until he got  Doan's Kidney Pills.  Throughout the County of Leeds and  the Town of Brockvjlle there is no medicine spoken so highly of for all kinds of  Kidney Diseases as Doan's Kidney Pills.  As Canada'spioneer kidney pill.int reduced  by Mr. James Doan, of Kingsville, Ont.,  in   18S5, ihey stand  to-day   far superior  to all the imitations and substitutes (hat  have been offered ihe public in their stead.  ��� Mr.'K.  E.  Pitt,, the   well-known  contractor  and   builder, voices these sentiments when he says, " 1 have had kidney  trouble for years.     I had tried numerous  remedies without much relief,  and had  given up my back, as gone for good, but  since using Doan's,Kidney Pills the result  has  been   marvellous!    The  pain   is all  ���gone. ' I   feel like, a new man, and can  highly  testify to  die  virtues  of Doan's  Kidney Pills."  Doan's Kidney Pills are i.sold by aH  dealers or sent by mail on receipt of  price, 50 cents a box or 3 boxes for $1.25.  The Doan Kidney Pili Co., Toronto, Oat,  Poor' teas contain the most tannin. Tannin is injurious and  makes these teas harsh and astringent���affecting the alimentary  system like lye. ��� Tea experts cannot extract the tannin from  the tea. The leaf for MoilSOOIl cvyicm Tea is picked fresh,  in saptime, before tannin is developed���and this assures its  perfection.  lier Sure Itcivard.  Now book ihi; merry Mi::iij-er maid  ,   I'pon her ftiit.'-ful win-el���  E��-r iar-fi assumes u crim-on shade,  Ker 110.-0 lloyin* <��� ; Ltfi.  Bhe may not win n dueal crown  Or o'l-n n i-oimaon man,'  But proudly .-.he'll briny back to town  A lovely coat of tun.  ���     " , .���JStw York Herald.  Vaudevllla'ny.  Tho Gentleman With tho Green Whiskers  ���ily father Jived in the same ho.use for  ten years.  TJic Gentleman With the Bald Wig-  How did he git out;-���Cincinnati Enquirer.  Nn Work.  The Maid���Share an fh' place phwero  Oi'm going is a snap.  The Man���A'sy wurruk?  The Maid���is"ono at all. It's swept  by ocean breezes, so they say.���New-  York Journal.  A FEff THIK  That- should be found  in,,every well regulated  household':  Choice Stock' Ale.     Extra  Porter.  Canadian Pilsner Lager,  '   (A fine light beer.)  Golden Key Brand Aerated "Water  Imperial Table Sauce, ] Choice  ���' ,-Ta  ��� India Chutney,  ;ible  J .Kelislies.  GORDON  AND  POLYGAMY.  Tlio Good Old Jokes.  Grier���By tiie way, did I ever tell  yon that story about tho end man. and  the small boy.  Frici*���No, but several hundred other  peoplo havo told it to me..  Grier���.Nonsense! Nobody ever hoard  it beforo yesterday. c  Frier���Then it isn't worth hearing.'  ���-Boston Transcript.  Tho average attendance at places of  worship in England and Wales i.s com-  "puterl to bo between 10,000,000 and il,-  000,000 persons. There is a place of  worship for every f>00 individuals, taking tho country all through, anil a stated minister for every 700. About SO, 000  ���oi-uous are Droachod overv Sunday.  , Iind Itn Ailvwitngc*.  "Goodneas, Blanche, don't tell me  you aro summering at Vay.syuuk! What  a frightful namo to head your lector.*!  with!".' ���   . * ,,.   ' .   "  "Oh, but  the ' Rosebaiik postoflico is  only a'mile, away, iind   tho walk every j  day jig beneficial.''���New York Herald.  "So  Conversion of  Africa  Poisiblo If  JIo-  nocainy Is Required.  A particularly interesting rcminisccnco  of General Gordon was given recently at  the Sliorediteh town hull by tho arch bishop  of Canterbury, who'presided over a meeting convened in the interest of the universities mission to central Africa. Very  shortly beforo starting for Khartum, in  1SS4, Guidon camo to Dr. Ternplo to consult him on three problems, tho first of  which wits whether as a mere layman ho  would bo justified in endeavoring to convert tho natives nnd even to baptize them.  To that tho archbishop answered certainly  ���evory Christian was at liberty alike to  preach and to baptize.  Gordon then 'propounded a plan ho had  for buying slaves a thousand- at a time,  drilling them thoroughly,' and perhaps  making 10 per cent good soldiers, giving  freedom ultimately to all, and asked  whether slave buying could ever be justifiable. Again tho archbishop could reassure hia scruples and point out. that if  purchased with a view to giving them liberty tho act would bo compatible with tho  highest Christianity. The ultimate dilli-  culry, however," was polygamy, Gordon  explain nig that a man hail rarely less than  four wives, as this number sudiced to  maintain him, and asking whether Christian tenets eoulil possibly .-auction a limited plurality of wives, lint on this Dr.  Temple admitted ho could ��ivo no justifying permission whawver, and to establish  a psoiulo ivligiim without .-,0.elementary a  principle, of mon'dity would bo'highly rep:  ri-luih.-dl-lo. "Then, " said Gordon, "Africa  is a long"way, from' conversion if one wife  i.s���ma'do an essential of it."���London Tolo-  gra'ph. _.'.- '  Spain's Secret of Success.  El Don .bum Ponce do T_pou,  A kni-,*hr of sunny Spain,  Left Pnlo-i town lonu yours ago  And cro-jded tha raginjj main.  The fountain of eternal youth,  Ilistoriiuis ngree.  Was what bra\o Ponro sought in lands  Beyond the trackless sea.  But modern research oft disprovea  Tho dictum of these men,  And now we know without a doubt  Ho .sought a fountain pon.  Bo found it, too, and sailed hack home,  Tho dons all'learned to write,  And never ft ���:n that d.iy to litis  Have .Spaniards lost a fiidit.  ��� . -I'mv York World.  Manufacturer & Importer,  T      r     if -  FHusi have.fhe!  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Hero's what   Mr.  John  James, of Caledonia, Out.,  DR.  j CAN BE  OBTAINED  BY THE USE OF  SANDEN'S'ELECTRIC BELT.  To men suffering  -from  any Weakness I have a little  'boo~k which is sent sealed, Free    Every young,  middle-aged and old, man should read  - it.    Address :, .       ..  o.  ONT REAL1.'  132 ST.-. JAMES S�� .,  bag to say about  them: "I have  had aerioua heart  trouble for four years,  oansed by excessive Use of tobacco. At  times my heart woakl beat very rapidly  and then seemed to stop boating ouly to  eommence again with unnatural rapidity.  " This, unhealthy, action of my. heart  caused shortness of breath, weakness and  debility. I tried many medicines and  spent a great deal of money but could  not get any help.  Last, November, however, I read of a  man, afflicted like myself, being cured by  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills. I went  to Roper's drug store and bought a box.  When I had finished taking; it I was so  much better I bought another box and  this completed tho euro; My heart has  not bothered met since, and I strongly  recommend all sufferers from heart and  nerve trouble, caused by excessivo use of  tobacco, to give Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills a fair and faithful trial."  Price 50c. a box or 3 boxes for SI.25, all  druggists. T. Milburn & Co., Toronto, Ont.  b  -4 b -4  We Rive   this fine '  watch, chain   and ,  ch.irir., for selling two  ii.01. Lever Collar !  Huttons, at ten ct-s. I  each.    Send your nd-  dress and we forward I  l_is--.uttoris,postpnid, j  and our Pre 111 i u ni  List.    No money in- '  quired.   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Itls false economy to uso  "choap" paper, bocauso it don't koop out too  cold. Got a .sample of .tho ."Jubilee" Brand and  comparoit with tho others���you can soo tlio.'t  vhy it's tho be?.t and cheapest iu tho world.  Will savo you choppiuir wood, and fuel, biLIs.  Write for tree samples.  [MERRICK, ANDERSON & CO., WINNIPEG.  LAXA-LIVER PUjLS cure Constipation,  Biliousness and Dyspepsia. Price 25c.  on Eitson  A    25    CENT.   PACKAGE  100    CUPS.  MAKES   OF ���  x_oisri_>oaNr  Eisro-.  First British Kiiv Instifiuico ODU-i  ;:iblishefl in Canada, A. D., 1.SU1.  Wi  m  i  Tlie above Coui}5any is desirous of opening: agencies in all towns throughout  Manitoba and tlie 'Northwest Territories where they are nor, at present represented,  and will be pleased to receive apoj.ieations lor same.  PATmSCW cS: S0.J\<\  VV��VvVWWW^^  C'hit-f Agents  Montreal, (Juc.  for the Dominion of Canada (r-rr-SBSW-T-r-c  ' ' -       v.,    -.  .   V  &tarr'T��;i��rf.-.��-='ri'<CT����?ftrr'.JSgBrt&EtBijtod^ <SaKB&^a  :����.������ ~^t��-..at w*g^��:t��,.;.^^->^,.^  ijanaaeiwxwiixituatB.  hi >i infill ninrT^'f^''"<''>^B'''ir''"''"'"*J__'_*ta'**'*^^  ^-rarareana-t  c I  i  i .." i  I'l'-T.,;  .\  ���' . "  i  - ti  ,     f .    M  I1.-''--  ?3    I I.L' ���:���'( '.  - ��� * /  i  ��� ��� 'i..  53    (     *���''.  ' .   , t    .  CV'K ���"  i! ���       ,   ���     ^  i ,' .  .     "  I     ,  . '   '   '   -  Jit "l':  ';!',!��� I',"1  ;>j^.,  i  .l-.v-  ���i^l  ���J ;i.--;.-r>-'.\.  "::1?-S-i"  I ;   V--- '��� -V..I-  !:^:.U).K  THE MOYIE fiffl MBB  -THE   DREAM   SONG.  T*jilil_*=jji-��J ;ai u.c ii.jciest of tho people  '   }-,! ViTiju-Uliy iiud "i>asi Kootenay.  i��iU'.\a\��J   .V-11 llSl.KAl Ji  1*. J. t.Villii,  Publlshc-rs.  _���        Kditoj,  n.ijj-5 Ui'  t-Ujl.-GtUl-VIOs-  Oue Vein.  .....2.00.  'i.u voiiij.-iviiiicfihoo1; io tho <?<1iiGr must b&  fir'com|iunii'c'i i..y too wtiicr's name aurt nddresE,  uoi Jiecosindiy for publication, but a-. ovidcncG  of ffnod faith. Advertising idles made knowu  upon 11,-iplicafion.  SATURN AY, OCTOBER 3 b, 1S98.  'i'KE X-'KAO .QDES'-llOX.  "Oanfida'gots the worst of the United   Klaies duties  on  lead shipments  into (ho   tinitcd  S.nlos/'  say.   Hugh  Sutherland,   a   well   known    mining  man, in the British Columbia Mining  , .Gruic.    "There is a duty of a cent cma  a half a pound on   all  cilvej lead-ore  which ip taken into tho United S.tates  from British Columbia, for .treatment.  .The   American   smelting   companies  who export this lead bullion to a foreign country, get & rebate .from  tho  United Slates government of ,00 per  cent of ting cent <-.*}���..*������ Iial/.   -Therefore the  .Canadian mine owners are  charged a heayy duty for the privilege  of having their ore  treated; yet as a  rule the lead contents of British   Columbia ore pay all expenses, and  leave  " the silver contents clear profit.  ' "If wc do/smelt our  own   ore  we  have no home-market  for-the  lead;  and if we  ship   it   into   the   United  States there is two cents a pound duty  ��� on bullion lead tc contend with.    The  government    should    establish    lead  works, buy the lead ore from  British  Columbia mines, smelt it and make a  market for it.' This  would give employment to,, thousands  of men   and  save the  duty both   ways.   The lead  that is imported into   tbe  country  in  the manufactured state would then be  .bought in Canada  and-manufactured  "here also.    Instead of bono sing sniclt-  firs'the' government   should own  the  .smelters and refine  the ore  at  some  .common poiut.    The duty on the  ore  now amounts to from $15 Iq $1��   per  ton, depending   on   the   quantity   orf  lead it contains."  Ph, y,e drip, dr:^, drip Of thoraJn, the rain,  Thr- drip, drip, drip of the rain;  The sweet, sad bong, the-whole night long',  Is suiir ln my drowsy brain.  In a dream I rf'3i in thc old home pest,  And my mother comes again       '��� ' -  As can'u- she- oft s/lth a step as soft  As the* drip, drJp, drip 05. the raJn,  Tho rain.  The drip.drip, drip of the rain.  Oh, the drip, drip, drip ot th<.* rain, tisoztUn,  The drip, drip, drip of the rain;-  As It weaves the* .woof pf tht- song* on. tho  roof - "i   - ���  "Will; tho warp of the sound at the pano.  And rny .Iro-am-flhip sails with tlio happy  gales  That ripple the broad, blue main?  While the waves, fioft-tosec-d, in my.dro-tins  are loyt  _Mid the drip, drip, drip of the rain,  .Tho rain.  The drip.drip, drip ot the rain.  j bh, the drip, drip, drip of the rai��, tho rain,  The drip, drip, drip of the rain; - -  .Like llu- drowsy croon of bees In Juno  1& the song- and tho soft refrain'.  And I drift away through a poldon bay  By the ihores 0/ my castled Spain,  While my soul jjto^vs young In tho dreaxn-  son's sung  Mid tho drip, drip, drip of tho rain,  The rain,  The drip, drip, drip of tlio rain.  ���2-tl'x.on Waterman. In !_. A. W. Bulletin.  DOWN- LN A COAL MINE.  bf a. '^��� TniKTvny.  LEAD IX DV1MAXV.  Thc returns to the geological survey show the total production of lead  in the United States 'from all sources  during the first six months of IS98  ���Was 156,113 net tons, as compared  with 2S9,5_)S tons during (he year  .1897, and 261,994 tons in 189G. This  includes soiVjlcad, hard lead and  rootal obtained by smelting foreign  base ores, but not ores in bond.  During tho first half of 1S9S there  were exported 31,139.,tons of lead  from foreign base bullion refined  in bond aud 7,30S shor^tons of lead  from foreign ores smelted in bond.  Reports from -nearly all the important producers show a decline in  jstocks from 17,608 tons on January 1  to 16,760 tons on July J. The estimate of consumption for the first  half of 186S is 118,767 short tons. The  figures presenLed indicate that tbo  increased production in this country  ;s balanced fully by a notable growth  . jn consumption, which is at the rate  Of 237,000 tous per annum.  This, means that the price of lead  /mist increase steadily for some time  to come, which will give the owners  of lead producers an opportunity to  to work their mines at a large profit.  With the, apparent demand for lead  and the constant rise in ' 'the price of  silver' the outlook for the mine owners in the silver-dead belts is very  gratifying indeed.  A town backed; by. shipping mines  is always-'a live and thriving town,  This has been the history of every  mining town iu the country. Moyie  has the mines to back her; they are  being'worked.and" have ore ready to  ship, and in less than a year's time  she will rank with such camps as the  Coeur d'Alenes, Pessland and Butte as  a mineral producer.  Sho Wanted a Slip.  "Mrs. Laightleyriche takes a great  deal of pride in her conservatory," remarked the bald-headed man.  "Yes," said the cheerful boarder,  "she read in the paper about a man  in Ohio haying oue of the largest  electric.light plants in the country,  and she wrote to him for a  slip of it."  SUBSCRIBE   FOR THE  LEADED  John Barton and, Hiram Adams jivjvl  in thesmall village of'Iuug��ton. Tli^y  \v.ere i.iseparablc fy*fends, having Tx-en  schoolmates together lor some years,  and ivlfcii, a ie\y montha beforo my  story o'pons, they "were ��� both nuulc  orphans on th<j> same day by a terrible  accident in the mines,' each found a.  family depending on him. for support.  Js'eiih.r shirked this burden of responsibility. "Mazifullj- ami well, dirf-  ing tho long '.summer months, they  worked side 03', side in thc gloomy caverns of the earth.  Ono bright day in tho latter part of  April, an incident occurred which  neither of f lie two friends will be likely  to forget, though they live to be centenarians.  A nev,* toh&ft, eomo -70 feet- in. depth,  had been sunk during: the < preceding  summer, and a great many miners���  John Barton and Hiram Adams among  the number���were still employed - in  making excavations.  Blasting by powder is by no means un-  ns'uaj in mines;.or, infact, in any work  reqmring the speedy removal of masses  of e^rth and rock.  On this particular occasion a blast of  more than , ordinary proportions had  peen prepared, only a few yards from  .the bottom of the sbefU  - To the barrels pf powder was ' at?  inched a fu.se, by means of which it  .would be firjsd when the- proper time  arrived.  ���The miners in tho groups were drawn  up to tlio sunlight abovo, until only a  few remained in the dusky, haif-illu-  pihied recesses underground.  John llarton had Ix^n the. first to vol-  nnt-e-er, and, therefore, was appointed  aj* the person wliQ$e .duty it would be  {.(9 ignit-? the .slow pisJtih.  ���"Let me take your place," Hiram  ���������.���)ded. "Think' .of y.>iir mothei' and  lister, if any accident should happen,  John, you know it is dangerous.-"   '  "Yes: and I think that a very good  reason why I should not let you take my  place."  "Then let me stay with you," Hiram  urged, an expression of anxiety on hie  countenance, a.s he .thought of his  friend's peril.  "A very .sensible idea!" John -ex_-  claimcd, laughingly. "If you stay with  me. the danger will be increased, because the bucket will go up more slowly with two than with one. Now, no  more arguments. You know how obstinate I am, and��� llello! That's  thfe signai! Good-by.-old fellow! I'll  be with you up above in a few moments."  "Remember, John; be careful," wero  Hiram's last words, as he and the few  remaining miners ascended in the  bucket, leaving- John Barton far below,  every in��tant growing more indistinct,  until only the light in his hat could be  dihiingiiishcd glimmering faintly in the  darkness,  Soon even that disappeared, aiwl Hi-  rain Adams, looking vcj-y anxious and  disc-on ten t/'d, found himself in tlio  glaring sunshine, and stepped out of  iho buokt-t on terra lirma.  He ^\as Ix-wildcred by the sudden  tnm.-it'ion from gloom to light. Then  his eyes rested on the pale, agitated  face of pretty 'Annie Barton, who had  brought 'her brother's midday lunch, as  iisual, . ��� -  ' .���-,������  He went over to Iter and spoke reassuringly, arid tried to convince her  that 'there--was-no cause for alarm;  /.'They have' lowered tlie bucket," he  said, presently." ''Watch, and you will  see the. rope jerk twice, the signal from  John that it is ready to be drawn, up."  .The girl endeavored to be calm, but  she trembled violently.  .An indefinite fear, a strange feeling of apprehension, weighed on H_-  raui's heart.  The group of swaa-thy-visaged  miners, who were chatting with wives  and sweethearts around the opening of  the shaft, .suddenly grew silent.  It was a moment of suspense, for. the  boy in the gloomy caverns, 70 feet under  ground, wasS then engaged in  lighting  .the slow mateh.  ,   The men who were to turn tho crank  grasped   the handles firmly,  and no  one. spoke.  "Ah!"  It was with a eight of relief that Annie Barton, Hiram Adams and every  poreon in the crowd saw the rope jerked  twice.  Thc match hod ixxm applied, John:  would lie with them ii^ a few moments,  and till would hear the mutile.d, rum  bling sound of tho grcxi explosion in 1  fhe-1r.p-p..h�� o�� the .earth. r  A ihish of 'color rose jo Annit;-. P,arr!  ton!s'>j,heek and Iljrtim Ada/us'felt his  heiiri' beating- rapidly and h-is hreat-b.  coming in short gasps.  Tlie mon ai the crank .worked with a-  will, whein they heard a dull, muffled  sound, the rope slackened.,''and---    ^ -  !',Oh, heavens!"'  Annie Barton pta-rted forward, her  face blanched and a look'p'f Ji^rror gl_az:  ing her wide-open eyes��  '   Hiram  Adams' staggered as though  ahot.   Then a.man'sjx>ke; '  *. The bucket has capsized���struck the  partition. The"boy has fallen: out!''  Women fainted,*'strong* men Bre^\  weak and shuddered, as they thought  of the -explosion tiiat'was now expected every moment.  The suspense was terrible. A boy,  perhaps mangled and helpless, waa ly-  iu^ at pie bottom of the shaft, and the  fuse was burning slowly toward the  mass of powder.  "Courage, Annie! I'll cave him.!"  It was liiram Adami who spoke- In  , a seeond' he had regained his presence  of mipd, and now, running" his arm  through the loop of a lantern, he leaped  over the box which surrounded ' tho  opening of tho shaft, crying to the. ter-  ror-striekfu miners.  "Hold tight till I reoteb the bucket,  then lower me like'lightning1 to 'the  bottom!" '(  He grosj>3ii the rope,' twined hia legs  aiouncl itv thcaa'sl'id downward, .The  rough rope cut liis hands, but he did  npt feel tlui jiain.  Doivn, down, like a flash he descend-  ed through the darkness���down to-his  heJ pi ess, friend and to the match w;hi'ch'  was slowly but surely burning its way  toward the powder.  Thank heaven! He has reached tho  bucket! Another instant he has  reached the bottom of th�� shaf t! Ia he  too late?' It is time for the explosion���  hush!  A cold perspdration broke out on  every brow. There was an awf jil silence down below end Kilenoe up above.  Annie Barton tried 'to pray.  The agony of suspense wos tenrible.  Men could hear each other's hearts beat  iu the awful stillness.' Would the end  never oq-me ?  How was it with H_i_r��m Adams?  As he reached the bottom, one glance  told him all. His friend waa stunned  and senseless. ' ���  He leaped from the bucket, and tlie  light of the huitejrn showed him the  place where the fusee had been laid.  The glimmering little line of fitre-  was within an inch of the train of powder!  Another teeond and there would be a  flash, an-explosion louder than, thunder,  and then the walls round about would  bo shattered into a thousand fragments.  One little inch of the fusee stood between two human beings and a frightful death.  ��� With a cry the boy sprang, forward.  He pressed his smarting hands upon the  Inst particle of the burning mateh, and  he lay there for-a moment with clenched  teeth and suspended breath. Then he  arose.  Hiuzza! The fusee-was extinguished,  nnud he and his friend were safe.  He lifted the insensible form, of John  Barton into the bucket and gave the signal to be drawn up.  What a th ri II of joy ran through every  heart when the watchers in thesunlight  saw that welcome sign. How the men  worked at the crank!- How long the  seconds seemed, while the buckets ascended up, up, up! until a cheer such as  men never before uttered burst from  the assembled miners, when they saw,  rising out of the earth, -the figure of  niram Adams supporting his insensible  friend.  "He is notdead-^only stnihned," were  thc young hero's fimt words, when gentle hands relieved him of his bjird en and  men crowded around him with loud conr  granulations and women kissed him in  thc exuberance of their joy.  But when Hiram saw the glad light  leap into Annie Barton's eyes, and the  warm, red xlush suffuse Iter tiheivks���  when he marked the silent lock of  speechless gratitude &he. gave him.���he  fcWmore than rewarded for his net of  heroism in rescuing a friend from death.  The sequel to .113- story is a simple ones.  P*.'sides a broken arm and a few ugly  bruuvcs, John Barton sustained no serious "injuries, and in a few days he was  once- more himself.  Both ho and his friend reccirfY. lucrative clerkships in the office of the company, and a few years If.ter, pretty A time Barton became the wife'of Hiram  Adams, the preserver of her brother's  life.   ;        .-'���".' ��� .-;;  And so it happened that neither of the  two frriends liad reason to -regret the  fearful peril they encountered when,  on one memorable April clay, they were  brought face to face with death down  in a coal mine.���Golden Days. \  The \ery Jl^st. Kulc.  j Don't torment yourself about what  ! jn-opie are going fo think about this  and that action. Ho matTor what you  uo or leave undone some will criticise  you severely, and the very liest rule for  getting .lirongh life with comparative  jjomfo/,! is after you have made up your  ��'.ind *is ,10'.the prosperity and advisr  fibility of a certain course pursue it  caimly, without paying the slightest attention to the criticisms of the lookers  on .from the outside. You see, just because they an? .on the outside theyenn  .only see ihe surface, l't does pot matter in the least jwliat tbey think.���X?c  troft Fivt. Press/'  4  licne  SAW AP PLAN. MILL,  OUB STOCK OF  Drugs, Sundries  And���-    '  Patent Medicines  i.. now Iho most complete on the ,liue. V,'y solicit your trade, rijic-einl attention Kiytn lo  mail mid out of tou-u ordojs.  AH Kinds of Bough and  Dressed. Lumber, ......  MorrE city., n. a  vou ritiofl.. a.i:.t>t,v jon yvnitr.  y>  ,G. R. MWm, M-gv.  *sa_5_��5____  E,  JS. BEJ1TTIE,  n  w  r\  KJ 1  BREWEEY;  -0-  -rBI.B*lVBnS ,OF-  ,;n  :ro.  o. niooiCi  cityixiiuooK, it. c.  PIONEER  AN'D  BOTTLES,  FINE LAGER BEEB  AND PORTER ...  When iu Craubrook call and  .    ,   inspect our lnigu   stock of  3?ARLOR    and   :COOK  OaaaRfl Promptly AgrRsnED to.  ,0  R. Riesterer and Co., Props,,'  FOR EJN1  ���NELSON, B. C  Just received., Full line of shelf and  builders' hardware, sash and doo_;s on  hand:   Glass paints and oils.  G. Ii. MINER,,Prop.,   CiiANnnook.  ADDRESS  O.alifornia, "^TWIjcl^' Oo;f  NELSON.  M0Y1E,    EAST KOOTENAY, B. C.  Q  The above hotel lias boon recently erected, and neatly furnished throughout. " .  t t       1  Cosy and Comfortable   Rooms.  The bar is supplied with tlie  best brands of, liquors and  cigars.        ."   '  Headquarters for Mining Men.  LILLIE   BROTHERS,  ���"s>.js>.*__r>g;-.  ..___r-_.i^..^ari'-S^r  THE WINTER  IS COMING!  OKT YOUR  Boot & Shoe Co.  PATRONIZE  WHITE LABQR  By Sending Your Work To the  Lake Shore Laundry.  L.  PHILIP CONBAD, Prop.  NELSOX,  13. C  AKI)  At thk  QUILTS  BLANKETS  uppiy Go,  Qiipoh's A venue,  _>:_.___. _2sf_S'-*5-2:i'S;v  f=i-^.^^*%;*^-^;  MOVTK, Jt. 0  .rOSEPH N'_R_T.I3fJ.STAIVJ_,  I'roji.  Lager beer sold   by the  Keg or  dozen  bottles.'  good work:.  PRICKS  REASONABLE.  LAKE - SHORE  Barber Shop  -AND-  Bath Rooms  or. K.  i_>  -Mt'SGRAVK,       ���     ,���    Proprietor  MOYIE, b" C.  cKILLUP,  Bottled Beer  in Stock. . , .  IVS. MoiNNES & CO,  Outside Ordci-6 Given Strict Attention.  An   Old  Ileoord. f    i  Some of tlie antiquities of this country which find their way into the museums are rivaled in age by a living  creature at the Zoo. It i.s- an alligator  terrapin, or Mississippi snapper, whose  350 jx>und.s of .substance have been accumulated in a I ifetime of five centuries  or more. At least, that is what tji'e scientists calculate, and they say that  there Ls na- reason to doubt that it was  paddling around .as a1 .little turtle in the  Misfiissippi when "Do. Soto first gazed  upon, the river. The giant terra-pin  measures alxiut'five feet firom snout-to  tip of tail, and diuring its residence at  the Zxx> it. has grown not a particle. It  i.s too lazy-to move about much, .and so  natiiro lias endowed it with special  facilities for catching food. "When  hungry it lies in the water M*ith- its  mouth wide open, and the bright little  red tongue looks so much like, a, wonrn  that it serves :& :i bait to attract fish,  on which the terrapin feeds.���Philadelphia Ikcord,  -fit-  ASATEM-a  NELS0X,  If You   .  Want Anything  IN THE DKUG LINE OR  AHSAYEJtS'    SUPPLIES,  Call on or write  W. F. TEET2EL & CO.,  NKLSON, H, C.  Dealers in  Fresh and  Cured Meats.  ���Baker .St., NELSON, B.C. '  Wholesale, Groceries  andj Provisions.  ���      FIRST CLASS ASSORTMENT..  LETTEIt OIlDEnS I'l'.OJlI'jTLY ATTENDED TO.  p. o. box 214.  Baker,St.," NELSON, B. C.  Centrally   located,  and  class in all .apartments.  firs.  .-��!..   ��� ���THE��� '  WOODBINE  -  HOTEL  -;.-   '  .     ,     AT THK'-  Logging Camp  Twenty miles west of Moyie City nnd  on the line of the new Crow's Nest  Pass railway is now, prepared to give  good accommodations to the traveling  public, having been thoroughly overhauled and remodeled to accommodate the increasing trade. Tiie best  brands, of liquors are supplied at the  bar, and the proprietors, who arc old  timers, can give full information to  the traveling public. , Good stabling  in connection with the hotel.  BEAULIEU & PLANTE, Props.  EORT      STKELE,    OJIANBROOK,  WARHNEI. and MOVIK (MTV.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  Railway    Company  ���AND���  Pacific  Soo  Line  Direct Route  and Superior Service.  to 'KLONDIKE'ii 11 ci YUKON' Golfl riel'ls- :  ^JL'o Piieiiic Const, L'hluu, Juimii nti'l Austrnlin.  ToKtisloru nntl ICtiropenii points.  Tickols issuotl through.mid  Imggnpe  cheeked to dcstJtmsIou.  TOURIST -CARS  . I'ABS RKVKLST.OKK  Daily to St. I'jtiil. Oaily, except Wed  tiny to Eustoni Oaiiudini) if"1,1 *-r-'*'���  points.  Procure Time Tables,. Mnps,  etc., mm'!  Ascertain Present  MRS, E. C, CLARKE,  **   Prop.  NOTIU.IS.  .,.,'.i?.fM'h01,n 'n mi\y c��"��-rii:   Xliiivf this tiny  m mv.^'V',.11 aI ���'''I'-1"'  ti,1,! fiiid'liiteroftt; In   the  ,;,'ln hKAUBit nil-, j. HIIiy,,h and J. X.  bilM   -1  '  .11 ',"i.,U'J,iI   1,crcnf,,'r   courtnct   the  ,,n . .    i'  iA11   ,ll,s  ,]ne  '������'"-���  '1'I��i>eh Will   be  -\, \-u Ju , ,lu;li'; i"1"1' ,l"   ,,iu�� HB'ditHt  the  LfcAUi-.it will his piilil hy myself.    II. JI. VoilNO. ���  Movi,. en,- k ,- M,a'll'��.'lVsl("'iui City Pab. Co.  womo OH., JJ. c, July iiuth, l.yB,  And /till information hy  (itldi-cM-hiK ncui'i-.st   local  ..  ngcut, or  XV. P. ANRKUHON, Tniv. I'nss. Arch.,  ' Kt-lsoii.  E. J. COYLE;  District Passenger Agent,  Vancouver  B. C.  Uo bUre your ticket roads via. 0. !'��� Jv>


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