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The Moyie Leader Oct 26, 1901

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'1, ..'.,..', -    .....I-      aaa..a.-  ,,,,,,.,,-  ���"������' '������'  ���'"������ ': "    -'���''"'"'     "'""' '  ":I" ' " a a-, a ay.   ... ,..,... ,,  I,. ,.,...,.   j,...,,..,. y. ^   a.  y.. ;ff ,,,. .a.A-,!,.... ���-.. _., ���--,- a y y y ��� a yy^'y". ,y .;. a ylsail'TlS-yWurtliya OfXCOUgratUlatlOn, 7   AU  praCtiee.l'yIUl-.rOraSliOO.tingia CatS.a Which   7a y^y^y^' ''7a-..k-'a ,-���...    aa....:.r.;,.a:yy:'ay,,ya-,.y.a'  ,y::,k,7yy;;-aya'va:y:yyyy.y.y-yyky:aaaa.....;7iyy7aaya;yya'ay;k yintpriyallkprOgrain yOfy  pariOFy: agameS,  k'nu^ichiridypeakiriy''tvas1 ::giveh:4 'The,  'Vai'ihu3yeleet,iohs: we're" wellarec. ived.  The  chiidyu i;e'hdere,d; 'their-- ;;'y.jet'..e.&  splehdidly, ancia Alias aButlqi-'sarpcita-  tiou:'-'occasioned y'vyolonged;; -applauise.  Tli^ iusta-uthnufculd, jjyMiss Soperawei'e  yurch 'appreciated , and   the  duet 'by  her'and 7 Mrs. ,:McMahon'. called ...'.forth.  difWlorni 'ht iCiicore..'Mr.  'Neelakdy  ivtip;^v;as...unexpcptcdly called.upph: for  a-readih^j'igiaveashort 7 address. :, Kev.y  Mr,y.Sheridariyspdke;bf the , Dehefils of  suchy,a  gathering^:add, Mr.. 'Peacbck  spoke^ 'Of 7the, good   naiae:  of .liloyii?  AVhichyhas y^ohe.abrbgdy, and k: hoped  for... soma . imoro.veiue'-iits: kkFteffeh  >ana!on.,  i!S'i-~Sira'Iiedver��  Gouayral 'IJuUor.'.Ko.Ua.yea.  i,)cu>her  ./IK i Buuer diiis'ibetih'Tchoved: bfy.conimahd.  'W !-k ������'- :.���.-.:ak."'.y v'-a'   -v- , .: .: .X ".^      ������������'-. 'a," '7  ��� ��v '|"ol Use. y irstyArmyGprps.'i:tc>a76eyp:i(jnce  ���-/k:1 i'of thhypeqph a ho '.nuvMy .October  TOt h  yjy .1 ;i!teratbe:luncha'0ii;a;ive!iy'!u ..his iionor  $']>yy;l.c Ifi���ys;7s0y^  lAvitLiliiSafdmrotu; ��� donate iv to y General  ;ihdoycdv.,ii.ihy  .vijiy 7t:arteidg(!yyayh,e;li-i^  -:B;h;kj5r,yi iiy*'7he yjr0yij^^jj-j^:;a iy 1 -y hby  'Q ue'e,ii':,si"aud'',Ui<-:.n'ce'ld itiid r;Giarsi,:.d<jn:,^  ;w'iierevlie .; 'lii-riyedf f boutk'B -30,{-.aS'h''V  dced.,'W'tii,s7c'd.i.mi.'ii'tted',.;^  hour iatey., ���������<'���.' ''y''>xx;y'y.. ''yy- x ."::';" v- ���' :y>  .-'kGp7tili7:thc' 'prbseht.''!U)7y:itisfaciyry'  Voa^ysf c:an.ly. assi^hedafbiythb.'cbm-,  i-Altdahofyiib.'raehytt'dti 'but itvis..thought;  'thac,(ibocascd ;inasfr'haye'becoine ;dpi-  'pon(yntathr.bughlbtSingssyAU(i .apbHti'  h.d'aov.e:vfeib7ak-yy.yyy-': kk'yy-sfi  ^i<-.  $H.V.i!7y,.V  *15^.i,yyiine'<;itt  .. a y. S t. ..5SKgC'��vS''-.15,6ayding;.-Jibtis.c,.'1 ' a ���'. <y':'  T'je board in y house >atk the"-.S t.;" Eu-  ��� mine-'cb.Ai.ged hand*��� this'���;:���>*. eak--  7A.- ..':0,rKeilV'' '.'eire.-yliiay in  ^,3\3S'lr=TV=T��*l��-  fi*!!2iZtz3atl!BZSM.:K8Z3fK��  ia*��tt^WTiW��^��ffJSi^��ff��3rNT^i'  ���k ���^���6?r  jia -n  iai\a    7    k ay **."     ' ���" a- k .77     7 .:. ������-"'������ a;cn':" m-i'iio-ecAugeu-'nanus'- tnis av. ews., ���-;. .������.���-.   y ������;."���"-  ,.7- , -v:,a'k-'   '  ������-���-''V'  .;,0ivby\aiiito <:at; Ikidysiuitii. ,y;Hb' ;h;rs7'hcein;: ':.yr ^^'^���f\y^yQr^l^y:^:'^yyy]'^y: fpr, ...come .yimproveiubhts: y Ilftfi'ebh-  ?W,ijynye\lA7k ivky:yiy7.,yrG77h,yd^  ^.jhaid^eivappc^ :It;isva,inatter fpryegfet��� ai:U;.ybii^  ' -^-aiiiieoiiichdluihbuhm 'f.he friondb Avbfe :hiuivcid;y)!y.yb��cht.-  .-'��� }���������--��� ��� v-,      ���'';;"���' ���.".--- -. ' "    ��� - -   1 -    ���   r-;-            .-   ������ \: i1--���-���   ���  ��� '���'      ('j -V'*i '-������: '���', v ���   ���-���' *'/  J*.*^*"1!^ - 11. *      " t'i. '.O,    ,   , t'(     t      ,'JlV�� "      KiJ b\J L J C  ���        '.'    t;   ��� - -     " ".     ���   Xj   -i   ' ��� ������: -.-,. sy .   y   .J..,. . "a ..........., ..-*...-.......  *or^..  i!!;^'Nsw;kMse'b;of;].Falt  Ifttiiag  A.E& -l��' A*\  I sitys''th.Vt'.yt-he':-';'<!6ih'iuah{Let;'-i-'io  'l-'raf'ter ifull. coii;iiderftt'i.oii of a.ii-''tiro.: ci.r-.4}'  j'bi.iwsi!aucod and ;.!k'evplaD;\iionyhirn-  j'islied/'';  feb.oni.nie'hde'd'k;;th'ii't; general   91.  !DuHor:ik;rclit; v'ed," v/li-idh',. Was donhi-.'��� y 7  ';'kyllliitiU il'trotatiohs.  7iy:y^ork;;7oyyyy-^  cchtH:-'' Lkkd, y"t'i'ri.cb"'1' for  liar,  silver.  -niinori  hdtdrcyft-LST'.yat th enclose,. ''"..0?!ip  ;.^nd''Bp^'Sy.des8W  ;.ca.Q...,'b0: :Q8stowe.d:; k^  ���^ai'iel. ^"aiid :'.styj.$''; we.; oaii; Miiks(" .;-e.y-'ery  -���^11-to  >.'a^Mo'hypi.ate;':' by i^.cii^mg':.',:.on&''--ofa,;,our"'  ^apely ..suits:.;^'.y:;y:y y:,;;���. -,.-:   ���'.'y'. ���' ��� ��� 'y'.:.;'  .''���7 .','3.^1 ;..S-liiiars*;iSvC:�� ii-'klrUte.'     ��� y    '-"���, j  7 Ed,Hilly one of Movie's' most- '7'0pu-a  hit" voii.nyhuy'.ui.j.'sci iiit'in . iVas; ���i'ij-i'.,fl-i,i.i'd;:'  pyy orohvji'a:.price, ,iM(3;S(7'��;$IT"i". ;;  -������:Li.'?.idon','-G'ct'.'a"i.'-r'd>jafi'^II lis.'  ��� lay., vk  .1i:mb  0.1,  ,;y]?(kT:il t-'iT^rpe  lUHilk; ikk'y  "yl --}'  ���Vi'(':    j ���;-  ?ver,  Lo t!ij  ������j-oi-uni'.  I,  yothintr ! ���'' liko'vcr,  ���.   .  .     ��� y 1 .    -  ���ao  x;c\], !:otil'.W'.dl.k  .���k^a.-Gv-n-l    ri V i,'s'T'7'  yV'j SjXi.I': -* i'.ski. .-..-  iltitn.  '.��� a'a'',",''  I (,kkir;!y  il'ii'7 c.<j!ij'ii(.:-  yyyiki ii-.c. ���.  ' ������!,  ail'HI  ! k, 77'  ��� J -  5 ifj  kih.,' i  T:k.;y  . tiyl." kvl.l.S,'-'  '. "���.-i'in-'v  iU-ttUh  i ik: otVilOl'ii'Oi  ilalsotk'. ' |7. '���',  i.daCar  ���clidni3'  have eiu.��.i7ku ,l'  hv"i'. a no  iyl.jil 7o;--i|-a,.  ;5Vll|a ".Vlll  i''5.-  iyv y !.h;arOi'K. ��� ' ,s7ii-.i  k:To;h. y^hikiUyak I  The Laybs:-A-iti'; \Vbuhl ' acknoNVlodgti  yhihrgVaii.ady ty those.yhq beiped   in-  :prepa;ri:i<;��� lbe-i.ia'iI,*-aii'd tu'..- ti 1 o.s,e   ,\vho  ,5507" kindly ' ludpecb.vvlth ath&i'pfogranh  ..Tliepyase'ntcvening wvy  lirbughikyti)  ti'cdotle a.b.ouv'II o'clock/and .t..ie"/i't.,t'h-Sr-'-  ���," "! ing of .about seventy,Svas .di^mi's^ed iiby  .���'���.' j'siuging'-tiio'- nati(jnin::au'heai.y';kyk  ycj.y 'I.t-"iH..'f'iticend-Nt '.h'opod. that. ..enough  tit> janya-ibyia? svilijuinyiitirf ��� Soper'ts"cla,V?  it'-wo'rsh hor'' wiiiiv; ���iox renyhit!  ���'..*.��.".:'-.V'''"!-tH't   i,::e.:.n ���: ikhbh   h>'  ,'iar'lhk  villliT '"'kfkiy ai ;1 V.     , ,  i.'.iw iiki-lk  .it ? O'N'i'l  a;\s.';  : !>..  '���I,,  o'i'  .������it j  '3 7:  :\V -a 7 '  ic-m-riii  i'-v- y.  yJUrribgyaJ!|rfiu-tskfleftya/thia'- 'yvveekyyibyyyk;  ��� ManitdBia^pfeiiilSkyaviW^kk^  77:' "ai.yya'yyy'y'ya.yyy y'ak-ykayayya'':y:y,;y'". y'yya'y:.a.a:'': 777yyk.77.'k  '^ysMi^^qp^rvybf^inib^  yisi tin^iiB^byieidior:^  ���;:y&D.7^;y;iMl inbr ^yisi ��ed;7;M&^ ytiWyti ieffy  drstypytheywee^  y^.W, TMton��17ho|lia|::^bnamti||:f  theM0vib.Luihber:Gb. fb^thbypastyi^ya  uipnths,aiyhbwhn7.|lrea;typiidii3yy^  :':7'Josep}.i';ySheii and ^Iiiaiilyyihavc .ry-ak  turaedafrorh the.J^orthvves'tiT^rritorib^k���'���."'���  .'"'"i ��� '���'��� ;'.'..":���   ;'.'.' '���'' 'vh!"'kk": :- 7 .'' ''������"'t!: !- y. ;":*i^ \-.*f; i:"V. S' :'L:  where/they-'were;.spending: :t'hu yuin-'ak:  hlbi'.  ';' ���',',' :7;,  ,:" : xyy'X' '��� y-y ;.''  .: ya'7,:y.yy - . ka'yy  .'.'.- 'A.roiad yisy:bbiug�� -graded7.Thckr,-..t'lic'.- ;...'���  .station  .platforhi 'sb ..that: teams' ''nihyk.:;  approach .7'7y '.a'y'yyk '7.   v   ay.'-^a y',jX   .ya7'7y  7 Fred'Hill   returned   Thiirsd.iy 'froni ::7.  his: visitVto hZHblife; y\ ���:���;: "7"-'7i": X''--xx-���;;:;;;.������;.;;���  ���'; kA.yP. MacdonalUhvaadn rGrahbrobk::7  last Monday,;'y'y'yy���:,;../'vb^'y^ya";.':.:.,.."-}::yy  ::.:;G-7Ilyuliuer \vas:in towua yest'Cruayb:  yjik ElAvell,vbf.; thy. yiiriii koi. Bhitle���'���'..���'���ifi:: 7:'  ElweillAvas.dbwh fuvi'h KhhbL-ri��yythi;; ';y  i.weekk���';": :.'.7::.'.,';,y:"ya'.: ;.���.-. kyyyy:: 7kyy;::  ��� yMj. ''adi!'- Mrs.' Lbiicy k 'are'a.yhiu hi i'ng"'"li- y"-  h'otcl.a't.'Poi'tiil',.'-.the ivevv.,. 1,0.v.ii',''oh, :thy.'', k';,  ���liubiuf I'.-hy.'GrO'Wa.'j^'^iit. Bo'titSiern!, 'k'lta':  Avill.'. bt''.r'i. ady ty occhpy'iu in uiAy,:\vc4k37t a  ,'Diyinb   yrvicobwiM ''bckyckhidu c'tfid.- ������'.;.  ���Buuday evening':in;.'"thw- 't)i.]d...'F(.d-o\v'd.7:.-.'  Iiall by Pev. T. P. Peacock,\u,S u'ciucdra '.  pan!.;   A song service .(.yiil;b,a .given  .;it'.:.���'.���:'"  y"icihartor,. tcv jeifibt,. .ybuubiyyschoui   ,7  and'bibiy   clasi- 'at  Ybhby: nu.?h : nK '.*i  ahtothi b'.itp' Kc'rvico-j  .���p'bloci.k 7 j1). 'in.  tn. (  i:vni.i.i  .111.;  iii'  y ���"���,i.iiyi!'c(i,,;t'j-j  :-: a :.o7. -  ",s  y-merbk Avil.i  ���k .-''J.'.-������������"::-.il.���'.>'.'  (.';  ". 11,  ���ilk';  (li!   \Vi"  ':'ik;'b  ikjiil-  '.7' ii'i'io va.i'iy thhi a hill than  Tlio okl tinmAvoytcdu.ni-u id&o  found . iunongC't thcni; Prices  'Thcy'rfi higher ekywherG,.        ���  iv.  .r  ihd.!''>o!' 'ak'idi,'  ti i  to'Iodic- l.hcin"OVC'T.'  I 1,1 .'-'r 1 iHtu'ioj', .vi; (-.  irr:'mh McDbvo  Ot'ir Picadil.ysiii?;i�� mute cspeomiiy i ^^    nh  savi  iiiM mil  for \vniter wear.  ,������.,-.*���;-''���.���;  ; -mi a s 1 t  .  ,:,.  ���,0k.,;��/-7''  y ��� ,ya  , ,1    ��� yaj     v,'.a i'i  '.idb-li. ad.''" '  n..i 'ibuiriiki   i'r..;n (    :b;it, ' ,)iek    i'oiu'i'j ! j.cii  k' CiA'iplo   n{   ���vVockji I ;������  1 '    ���'  ���     I  ���;    ' ���:    ' ,'. y       I h(j|:  .1  .'i'.ii,  ihalhu'a  ;j'i. t'X.'Ii-i.  (.he- "Or  'airiv' I'll  is.L;  V-."il  ll,.,  1 :  111)1',  ill) (.'.'.  J'-."'     il  yard  t'  yjaiiili.  be bilil  ���th'tiur- ���  a:..-    y->iy, , ,-,:   (;  k, iiavn xxy ;t ty,:  IkU (V.ll!  . 1.1-a dono' witIV. lilOUl.  riilo.      On  yiiii! -jiif .\mm  dii'd in (hcidiafi-iii1 j j,;-h"or'-'^ thoroiyli   kiiovv'haiye   of  wiia!  tr.ni.wci'i;,  ilb -   Cr  A V, a  '- �� JK  ^.^y^J  AfAWVii-i^AA��U!^^*" iuiprov,d tit x^-r-o, ("Ukk ye  \\-aikxnrtrried there  :igo'. , ���'.'.��� .  A punip.wnyr'iii."'  ���;,'j;ib iykc S!uv;c tnh.1  .  ALOkdaiHl Ml'-Clhik  k'ykkLTlC .. ,_  '���i'iuactt   .Fuse. Go', a.id ; ^;b K(.kua:i | i;; a '  yikk'sh driih 7/113 in".ioi;:i:. thia-  ' ,...,..:,; H auyct) i'i opf .the y..::. k athui \  ,'���������-; .k UyUJI. OkOOIy. tllu i.':l';iv ki-y .-a 'i'.-v.a..':..7  '.;.',' 2'ic'k.:ri;g0".i'0iurhcd tiha n  'oomti'iTiir.t  t'i:1I'l'l';i'' y;i. kkOjyfBij- v<  1 hciiuTka V't  i-i.i.ik' cia'aaios'   tliik 1 day  s.'Bcort-d.'.fo'ui'thr.es/.iusd   f  Ikki'Ci;   :'.ny-  ���Jlills  .!���'��� f'.'l'  kk  Mo;,''ie   i^ k'^ood k'nonj;  ,ik;   o)u i'in'i'U., aiul hyiiiiviivh; (������'i'ontain. ;  p'.'i'ts  week,  .'K.-ink-l'i  ",'.l-   Hi  :'!:.���)   n."i.:<  1:1   ^"OrkKikr ki,,  jiii'; ".v'a'j. i'C<pi::'f(.    i-o.   uu .. nnuie a   ou;  ,LaaL ' AYbdnesday   evening'   nt  llio  ,,,,   . i.k kbh 77;::h tlie kiaycUUki-;;. -Inaction   he;    .....   ��� . ,       . ..   .  A' '������!���.'"'  ���;    '���'��� .- , , ,..       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Published in the interest of the people
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TUB   liUATll    Ol"    ?I!J.   I>.VYI>".
The news of the  death  by his own
, .hand  of  iNichclais Plood   Davin   '.vjll
sliock and grieve ail  Canada;   for few
' men were more widely known cr were
belter liked than' the  breezy,   friendly,
companionable    Irishman, 'with    bis
ready wit, his charming manners, and
his pcr&uarivo a'id magnetic   personality.    He had political   opponents,  for
he was a keen lighter and a   hard   hit-
tor for hi? own side,  but  piob.'ibkt   "iv.;
nirh have playc'l a r-do ko ;'..i. .i.oiou?
"with so few .,«.u,ii'd(.,i-s   of   JVif-iui^hip;
Knd, among   hi?  associate*! in   pailia
1 "" t t
nioiitary. legal and   lournalistic   life
there wore few,who did upi   own   to  ?i
real affection for him.    H.^wasa nmn
fa&hioned on no 'ordinary   med-.-k    3Fiy
bonl. ommie, hb> liigh f-^iirit-1, ';
liancy of his convcrBalioni   Jn's exceptional hdonts  a? lvriter   and   spenkei
' and above  all   a   certain   indefinable
Celtic atinosphorc of gayoty and buoy.-
, ancy vrhich enveloped him,  made his
conquest of the Canadian   people  an
easy'one when   be   came   among   us
first thirty years ago; and    prophecies
were freely made then that  he   would
achieve a great,   future   in   Canadian
public life.    It would not  be  right   to
say, eyen  iir this article,   that   those,
predictions were   fully .realized;   yet
Mr. Davin's career   was   no   ordinary
one and ho remained,   until  he chose
to ring down tlie enrtain   on  his, own
life, one of 'the  mo'at interesting  aud
striking figures in liho  public life  ol
There is nothing like Asthmalone.
It brings instant relief, even in tho
worst cases. It cures when all else
fails.     '      ,
'   The lluv. C. F.. WELLS,   of   Villa
Ridge, rik, cays:    "Your (rial bottle of
Asthmalene received   in   good   condition.    I cannot tell vow how thankful
I feel for the good derived  from   it.'   I
was a-slave, chained wilh putrid   sores
throat and Asthma  for" ten   years.    I
despaired of ever being  cured.    I'saw
your advertisement for"the' cure of this
dreadful and tormenting  disease, Asthma, and thought you Had ovorspoken
yourselves, but r'epolved,  to   give   it.   a
trial     To my as'.oniishincnt,  the   tii.d
acted like a charm.    gc\u\  mu  a  full- '
size bottle."
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GBANBROOE.
Daily market prices  b}'  wire
from Spokane.
and BOOKKSBFEKS.
Accounts'Tromptly Collected    In-
surance Agents,    Notaries Fublic.
iKtiMcmswssuztrxrMzn
■LEWIS THOMSON,'
'' JSTotary PtrnLic, Accountant, Commission and
Insurance Agent.
Moyie,
B.  0.
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Hev. Dr. Morris Weclisier,
Rabbi of the Con«.    Bnai Israel.   -
Kcw York; .7.Hi. .'>, IU0L
■!.■• htil-1 Wi*". rP-^-*x Puorf'. ;di.:nrcrM2 Co.,
Gentlemen ; A'utir As:biii,".i,cnc is an
exeellenf. n medy for Asthma and Hay
Fever, and Mis   cqinjiusition   ;dh viatcs
ad troubhjs which' combine   wilh   As- .        '     ■'
tHaiK.    lis successes astonishing   nnd
".vondeiful. - °
. After having it carefully   analyzed,  we caji^nito—LLat_aithnialene .contains ho opium, morphine, chloroform o'r ether.   Very truly yours,"
„        " , EEV. DP'.AIOUPIS WECHSLERV 'x    ■
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Avon Springs, Is1. Y., Feb.'l, 1901    "
W. E. GUE.D,
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CRANPROOK", '   " , ' ■'     ,n..C.
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Gent"
E. A.-ELTON,
Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Etc,
-Or
GOME'AND SB 12 \BL
Vic roitiA Ave,,- Mov, b,
Canada.—Winnipeg Free Press.
p^ieaga_ wgramti't-cninjK
The business men of Northport   will
/retaliate if the   smelter  people, persist
ti
in building, a town of their own.1  And
for this they, cannot be blamed,    The
■people tp induce the smelter   to  build
there guve them the   water   right,   the
towticite company gave the m the land
lor thai purpose,   and   tho    city   has
never  denied   f.hcm   any  privilege  or,
nroteciion.    Reliable    business   men
vouch for the remarkably  good  manner in' which the locked out men have
conducted  themselves,   and   have   no
hesitancy   in   declaring   the   smelter
people  altogether  to  blame    for    the
present unsettled condition.
The Calgary papers are fond of
boasting of their glorious climate aud,
how it makes the sick strong. They
tell of an Ontario women who wasn't
able to handle a broom ■when she went
to Calgary. She hadn't been there a
mouth before she chased her husband
three miles with a pitehfork.—Prince
Albert Advocate. '
Dr. Taft Bjttos. Msmcine Co. ,_
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having, tested
tlie wonderful effect of your„ Asthmalene; for the cure of asthma. Jly, u-ife
has been uffiicted with spasmodic asthma for the past 12 years. Having ■ exhausted my own skill as well as many others, I chanced to see your ' sign
upon your windows on 130th street; Now York, I at o'nee obtained » bottle of
Asthmalene, My wife commenced taking it about Ihe first of November. I
very soon noticed a radical improvement. After using one bottle her asthma
has dispppeared and she is entirely free from all symptoms. I'fesl that I' cin
consistently recommend the medicine to all.whb are afflicted with Mh'ia dia-
tressing disease.    Yours respectfully,        ■ Oi D. PHELPS  M. D.
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De, Tafx Bhos. Medicine Co. . . ' Feb. 5 1901.
■ Gentlemen: I was troubled with "asthma for' 22 years. I have t-ietl
uumerous remedies,' but they have all failed.' I ran across your advertisement
and started with a trial b'otUe. I found relief kt once. I have since purchased your full sized'bottle, and I am ever, grateful, I have family of lour
children, and for six years was unable to-wbrk. - I am now in the ' best of
health and am doing business every day. /This testimony yon can make such
use of as you see fit.   Plorae addres, 235 Iiivingtoh street.'- '8. RAPHAEL.
67  East 129ih st., New York.City.'
TRIAL BOTTLE SENT, ABSOLUTELY   FREE  ON RECEIPT
'   '   '    OF.PC.STAS
ConnnisMiUi   'nml ' Intuiance
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Agent.       ,    ' y
NEW   YOI IK LIFE, -   ,  '/
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE,,
PHCENIX OF BROOKLYN     „ »
■ ' Insurance Co.'t.
Fort Steele,     ,       B. C.
JAKEJKTBLSbN, .Froprietor.:
City   Shaving"   Parlor,
CENTRAL   HOTEL.
WJSSriTSY CLIXE, Prop. '
Moyie, B. C.
Seiid Your Work ■'.
To'the^^gs^   ,'
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iMiners 1 headquarters.     Qood^accommodali'ons  for  IraveltSH."
•'   " , 'liquors »od-cigars kept in iJtock.
Lake Shore Addition
Best
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Where it  will be^Done Satisfactory.
'P. LUTNER, Prop
GOOD WORE,
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Do hot delay.    Write at once, addressing DR. TAUT BROS ' MEDICINE'!
CO., 79 East 130th St.. N. Y. City /      .
AiiJLi DRUGGISTS..
brier a
ways on
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Que&iuy-iiuh excelled in the^counti'y. Try it md
.,[  be convinced;
i j&
Rev. Mr. Shcldouj of Topaka) said
recently th-it he would rather drink a
bottle of red ink than & bottle of beer.
Commenting on this, the Kansas City
Journal says: "The craving oi Some
men for stimulants is awful. The
Qiiain ccnstilutcnt of red ink is alcohol,"
x-'-vjtcj.m.i.imujr&M
g»TMfw-^Tnrr-sri;rrcT«5aat=CTcri. ^
ported then that the entire party had
been drowned ai cea and many of Mr.
Day's friends here did not learn the
tru.tb until his recent'return to Spokane.    Mr. Day was not at all succces-
tbinks of putting un store clotbec and
runhinj! for tho legislature.—New
Denver Ledirb.
X>onMo I'Vn-ce at Kltclicncr.
ft.1 in the Dlacc-r grounds of the  Nome ,     W. H. Blackiunore, m -ns a}Q„ direc
bench, but he has some very   valnable. tor of   the company   opc-nh?, "un   lhn
0'(i nnarf*'   r aims   nn    flnrmm.   i-'-\rr,f     ...,„..i .-    , . '3   " *     "~."
!?o!d quart:;   claims   on   Copper  river,
und
.    la,-. I
o has a copper mine which   he
Cranbrook Herald : King Edward's
birthday occurs on November' 9. So
doe3   our   wedding   anniversary.     We
o » i
have agreed to make it a   public  holiday.
<■   So has the   Dominion   government.
iutondj to return   to  and   work   next
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spring. Mr. Day says the Nome country is one of the richest in the world,
but says it is no pooi man's country,
because of the extraordinary expense
operating.
Harry Corbett has been chosen to
referee the JefTriea Ruhlin ii^ht on
November 10th.
General Duller who wac: "icnt to relieve Ladysmith ha-s laci relii^ved.
m-xt
Sir Torn'a iiaj-id Vrojuotioih
'Apropos ^of the knighthood of Sir
Thomas (i. Shaughnec-y, tli« Alining
ant.L.Engincering Review says:
Ntnoteon years ago this month Mr.
ShiUighncstiy resigned his   position   as
?rciH iron dcnnaIis  at Kitchener,   has
aniv.-d in   Nokon    says    the   Nelson
Ihiner.    Tu c-)n\\i„i;t:oa with a Miner
reporter Mr.   B!-,ckemc>re   slated   that
the working force on the prooorly h,; -
just been doubled.    Tt was the in tetio.-.'
»t his company to   bu^k   the   vvvk  el
developing the ledge with   ail possibm
vigor wnile  the  present duo   weather
lasted aud through as muchof Novem-
beras the anow would p,ri/lii.    \VhQn
tbo snow s.ts  aa  lin   Work   v/ou]d   ,je
shm down for the winter, but it hop.d
hist
For hire by the hour or"-by
the   d.xy.    Moderate'' rates':
'  "'y. M'DONALI}
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:   Aa pies are Supplied with the Best the ?
-    Market affords. The, Bar is Filled with *
the x)est Brands of Liquors and Cigars
AGENTS   FOR PA-liST'-S   SHLWAUID^EBEER. >
Barber Shop.
- JTfot, Cold and Vapor Baths."
Opposite   Cosmopofifari     Hotel
iv. £..  i'^OTCY 1'1-op,
HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL-
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It will be all of. wilh C::olgos'
Idonda^k   ■ ■
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,loiia Day From t!::j>c-   N'ninr.
The many Coeur d' Alene friends of
John Day will   be pleased   to   hear  of
his safe return to his home in Spokane
from hi-j third tiip to Cape hlorne, s.iy^
the Idaho State  Tribune.    John   Dai-
was one iif 'he es»ri."est of the  Coeur d'
Alene pio:iee;'i uud   for several   year.-;
lie and his family <"•<..ndueled a hotel at
Gem.    About live yenrp  nzo  he  vviut
to British   Columbia and   engaged  in
mining.    He then went to Nome with
the lirt-t iubh and .about a year ago he
aud fojr conipanions  embaikcd   iu   a
■risr.fill ,'cssel   to  e.:plofe   Uie  const of
■;hc northern  seas;    .Tliey   lost • their
cornpasa   an.1  drifted  two    thousand
•.nilcj  v/ithout hearings.     It was  re-
oijituyiiiieatiy re-;:gneu nis poEittou as] fv ^ V l '^ooour before tuc Just
general storekeeper of the Chicago,)0 ^,0Vuml,cr> The development work
.Milwaukee A St. Paul, to go  with   W.   s0 far U0Iie  on   Co   prypcrty  ^Aa\1
.^    . - ... . iu' nrin.illi.    ^.f    .i: . .   . .       .      .   	
C, \"au Hnrnc of the Canadian Pacific,
lli-i promoti(;n was rapid, lie having
served sucrersively iu general purchasing :igcnlras.-.it.| ant to general rnauagor,
af-sisslant general manager, as-ji-tt'int
lnufidcnt, vice-preHident, and a director, and when Sir William le.-dgned
the prciideney to bocoine chairman of
fhehorad,Mr. Shaugimer/jy w;;? made
his successor. Mr. f'haughncrciy wa'--
Ij'tii in m\\ vnukco, V.'i-i., m hyy  ..n;j j limpi-rly on which application will
Area ted. Waters of all!
Kinds.1" -
Av<
MT.I&
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principally   oi   diamond   drilling   ,nd
p-n t...y, lllilCli jJilve pr0vC(, th(J con
'"Hiuyolthevcu.ofiron. At present I " '"^
'•'"'-^dls are being ,Uiljic  on   .,   j,     j        t
of solid iron or(. :)0 {ti(llin ,vhUh ^.^ j oi'QOj's Solicited.
nituf.-nm C5 to 7.1  per  cent   i,',
metallic iron.    One almft k  d,;Vn   z0\
^.'"HlMioolhor, which  was  started
but a^few days ag0 is {)own 1Q foH_    A
P^.   H^vland  ix cur\
NELSON,
B. C
J,l,3rJ I Soda Water  and ^ypii
.Tin
ying   the.
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,')^-^'--r-^     SD   YEARS'
enlofed  the   raihv
:-e.'VIt'(
ISbll, in the jiurch.iinig d';,',.wtii:i.-jji, of
ihe Milwaukee
St. 5 .mi
-ilnt (*:•.. u'ly s;,-,->ni !-,-<;,i ,
Mat Gen by unrolled his hbinkelfj in
tho Lucerne la-t v--ox;}; mid di-livered   a
fetv otatiens on a wide range of topi,"«,
lie d 'vol t deeply upon J he   i-.'oi reify of
boozel'ino, and elaimed that  frnderfeel !
would ruin any camp,    lie finally   hit i
tho lie lino to McGuigan in   search   of i
work, lamenting   that ,'cayuses"  were J
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;,te A:yE7 -ir-mViin-tinn��,iKiiiin r, ���/,_  pcx***~  THE MOYIE LEADER.  B.    C.  't State-.  The Pap��" Dcmii  .r, .) vou hear about that dreadful ooci-  innt'illat   occurred   5a   Missouri ?   \0?  ,   '      ;t ^oms that a frog found n lump  n'linite and .swallowed it.   Then it  nearby house nnd in sumr  and came down  way  lipavi  Uie liniist-  "G.i.iil.   But you  ,,������,,,..   .swallowed  it.   TI.  oi a: ""������-  h0Pr"i',iude n misstep anu came down so  that the dynamite exploded, tore  to pieces and killed u child."  omit the most' inter-  story.  ft" ,  dvuaniite went  off, did tht  ��iiii'-' P��int of tbe s  "KI.!   What's tha  "When tho  ttoK croak ?' ���    ���  The "-olden eagle has .great strength  it lifts ami carries  off with ease a  "eight of 801b.   ��� ...  w  -and  tics  Africa has nearly 700 , languages,  this fact presents great difllcul-  lo missionary .effort. ,.'   '  Mill) HIM  WJLLLIAJI   doty.     a    ...  -T,vv rr i ' FAHMER    OF  .-.iviifV  CO'iviiv    it...  .  ���,,, w *��� H/"S A WORD'  J(J    SAY    llEUAKUTXG  FOLD'S KIUXBY  PILLS.  J he Local Pai,er publishea a Coluinn  About liis Cas^-Worst Form of  Kheumati.sin-Dodd's Kidney Pills  Have Proven a Blessing to Him.  SNAKE'S  TASTE  IN   MUSIC.  Ovs?  said  Ktanstead Junction,  P.Q.,  12th Aug., 1S<J3.  irPssr^. 0. C.  IUCHAKDS' jfc Co.  (ientU'iacn,���I fell., drom    a  bridge  k-ading from a platform to a loaded  car  while assisting my men  in'   unloading a load of grain.   The bridge  wont down as well  as the load " on  ,By, hack,  and I'struck on the ends  of th'1 sleepers, causing a. serious into my leg-   Only  for its  being  would  have  broken   it.  could'not walk,   a step,  using  MINARD'S     LINL-  thi? third day went'   to  business  and got e.oout  Sumlridge.  Ont.,  Oct   7-  ���The'Echo of    this    place  hshed a signed statement  not fail  to  interest  stand   the full  Rheumatism  once.    A  jury  very ('.'-sky.  In on hoar  Comiet'ia-ed  JIENT, ����d  Moi-t"'"1'0'1  n.,;II by the use of a  cane.   J it    ten  (Jnvsv.ns nearly well.   I  can sincere-  niniend it as the ,be.st Liniment  know 'of'in use. ' Yours truly,''  -   c. ii. cordon.  Jy nc  that 1  A j'lant that grows in India, called th.'.- philotacea elect'rica', emits electric sparks. The'hand that touches  it' immediately, experiences a shock.  There never woa, and never will be, tt  nnirer.-al panacea, in one remedy, for all ill;  to vh cii flcfih is heir���the very nature of  many curatives being euch that were tha  germs of other'and differently stated diseases rooted in tlio system of tho patient���  " what would relievo one ill in turn would aggravate the other. We have, however,!*  Quinino Wino, wbon obtainable in a sound,  unadulterated state, a remedy for many and  - grievous ills. By its gradual an(l 'judicious  ufo tho frailest" systems are led into con���,  leseenco and fctrenffth by the influence which  Quinine exerts on nature's own restoratives.  It relieves the drooping^ spirits of those with  whom n chronic state of morbid despondency and lack of interest in life is a disease,  and, by tranquilizing the nerves, disposes to  sound nnd refreshing Bleep���imparts vigor  to'tho action of the blood, which, being  itimuluted, courses \throughout the .veins,  Etrenfrthening tho healthy animal functions  ot the system., thereby ,making.' activity a  necessary result,- strengthening tho frame,  ind (.iving'Hfe to the digestive organs, which  naturally demand, increased substance���remit, improved appetite. Northrop & Lyman,  of Toronto havo given to 'the public their  ' mperior Quinine Wine at tho"usual rate, and,  ganged by the, opinion of scientists, thU  to��approaches nearest perfection of any-lit.  thi mylcet. .. All druggists sell it.  (Special)  has pub-  which cae-  , all who under-  meaning of the word  from personal experi-  rcprescntative of that paper,  interviewed Mr. William Doeg, a well  known farmer- of Strong Township,  who was cured of Rheumatism by  Dodd's,Kidney Piils this spring, and  he gave .out the following statement  dor publication :  /"For 'four years I suffered excruciating torture, during which time 1  was scarcely an hour free from pain.  The trouble commenced in my back,  where it often remained stationary  forymonths, and so intense was the  pain that I could not lie down or  take rest, but had to i��it night .'and  day in a chair. The pain would then  remove to other parts' ot my' body,  and, when iu my knees, disabled mo  from walking, confining me constantly to my room.  "I was treated by several doctors  and ,also tried manyo medicines, without receiving any benefit. 'Almost,in  despair I feared I would never .again  experience the pleasure of being free  from pain.    ,  "Early this spring my attention  was called to some remarka'ble cures  of Rheumatism effected by Dadd's  Kidney Pills. I procured a box,, and  soon found they.',were doing mc good,  so I kept on, until now I can say I  am a new,man, entirely free from  pain and ha.ve continued 'so ever since  being able to attend <to my daily duties on tlie farm and feel strong and  able to work. I verily believe this  great change was eilecfx-d by Dodd's-  Kidney Pills and I think "it my,, duty  to make this statement public for 'the  benefit 'of all afflicted as I was."  CHINESE  PROVERBS.  At -Singapore the post" of "Tlger-  Slayer-in-Chief 'for the, Straits- Settlements", has just'been given',to a  Frenchman, who lias a record of 500  killed:   ,���..,<"     ,      .-       .���,     ' ","  SOZQuQNTTQQTH POWDER 25q  The educational system of Denmark is so perfect ,and popular that  throughout the entire country there  is not on illiterate, family. ,  MINARD'S LINIMENT for Sale Everywhere.  Some of the scales ' for weighing  diamortds are so accurately adjusted  that a speck of dust or an eyelash  will affect the balance. .  '   ���  ���  EXCELLENT REASONS exist why Dr.  rhoinas' Eckctric Oil should be 'used by  persons troubled with nticctions of tho  throat or luns-8, sores upon the skin, rheu-  niatic pain, corns, bunions or external injuries. Tho ��� reasons are, that it is speedy,  pure und unobjectionable, whether taken internally or applied outwardly.  Dig a well before you are thirsty.   ,  ,'Tbe   ripest fruit  will not'fall  Into  your mouth.' ,  Great wealth means destiny. Moderate wealth means industry.  The pleasure"of. doing good is the only  onewhich does not wear out  ��� Water does not remain ,on the mountain nor vengeance in a great mind..  To nourish the heart there Is nothing  better,than to make the desires few.  .When life conies; it cannot be declined., When it goes, it cannot be  detained., ,  Good governments get the people's  wealth, vhile good instructions get  their hearts.  , Those who labor with their minda  govern others. Those who labor with  their strength are governed by others.  A small'bag cannot be made to contain what Is large. A short rope cannot be used to, draw water from a deep  well. ' ,   ��� .  Let every man sweep the snow from  before bis own door and not busy himself about the frost of his neighbor's  tiles.  ���apture' Shown   Uy   n   Kcrpent  One of Cliopin'H JeoetnriieK.  "Luring- our first year iu Colorado,"  the ex-ranchman's wife, "my daughter and myself were dc-^erately l'oue-  ^'"ii". and* for the girl's sake more than  '.��' my own I urged my husband to try  ��>������ utmost and got a piano brought there.  A Colorado ranch was then much farther from uuy point of civiiizatiou than  n e, today, and for a long time the feat  M'esne.l hopeless, hut at last, after long  aim tedious effort, an instrument found  its way to our wilderness.  "-My daughter had a fairly good musical education before we went to the  ranch, and after the arrival of the piauo  she spent all her leisure time'at it. Ore  evening, about two weeks after it came,  she had spent a cduple of hours practicing some of Chopin's waltzes; then she  struck, into the nocturnes. Chopin is my  favorite among the composers. While I  sat there listening intently, my elbow  resting on a table beside me'and my head  on my hand, I felt myself impelled to go  to the window and look out. I had heard  no sound, everything was as still as  death, hut there was just a consciousness  that something was outside.  "I moved caut'ou.sly, peered out slowly  and drew buck .suddenly. A huge snake  was coiled up close under th<- window  Its hotly was perfectly still, its head  poised in a listening atsltude and sw:iyi:i<-  slightly from side to side, as if in ih'ylh-  mie movement with the music. I did'not  see this all at once. [ took in 'the situation after I returned to the window and  stood there watching the creature out of  range of his eye and wondering if nsv  presence, would make itself felt and divert its interest from the music. But no;  I don't beliiyvi- even speech would have  broken the spell. The creature seemed  dazed, entranced, fascinated!  "After watching him for a.time 1 went  quietly over to my daughter and without  startling her by so much a.s a hint of my  strange discovery 1 a>kcil her to desis't  for a few moments from the minor aud  seiniweii-d, notes , hli'e ' was playing and  strike into one or two lively airs. She  did so. while I returned and watched the  reptile. ���)  "After a couple of minut��s of the rattling music the snake began to grow restive. It reared its head, beat it from'side  to side-and showed other sytuptoms of  restlessness' or anger. The music kept  on; the snake began to writhe and shiver  as if in distress: finally it uncoiled and  glided away out of sight in the underbrush.  "When I told my discovery to the male  portion of the family, they were nil ready  to watch for that snake and kill him at  the first opportunity, hut I forbade that.  I desired to make a further study of his  love of music, and I did so. I prepared  my daughter to look for his advent again,  arid his snakeship did not disappoint us.  Again and again we watched him creep  to his musical rendezvous, and again and  again we tested the quality of hits,musical taste's.. We proved beyond tho  shadow of adouhtcthat low, gweet music,'  minor, sad or weird .notes, fascinated that:  snake, and that'anything iively'or noisy  repelled him.  "I grew positively interested in the  study and even found myself bestowing  a sort of humnc. pity on the reptile, but  it resulted in is' good, for the other mom-  .bers of the family did not share my feelings, and I must finish my story by saying that the creature's love for Chopin's  noctures cost him his life during one of  his visits under our window."  A ahipyurd at Ominato, J&pan,  still in operation, was ' established  over 1,900 years ago.  Not for a year, but for a, lifetime.  Watches that may be handed from  father to son���heirlooms.  i.      .  ,  The movement of a "Ryrie',  Watch.'is. as nearly perfect as  possible, and yet, it's not expensive.  That is why it has brought to our  store so many buyers who > are  particular about accurate time.  Let us send you our Catalogue, ,,  showing the iiiimy styles ot solid  gold, fine gold filled, silver and  �� gun miital" ' Rvrie" \V  Is This Elegant Spoon  Full size much larger than Illustration. " -=tV OT t,ll i2,SlOJ!g. X Ol" .'  This olegant spoon can bo had f reo by pending your address. SVo adopt this way to introduce  our Silverware manufactured Irom a now and precious metal ���Yukon'Silver. 31, is superior ja  s-.iiry resrXNit v any othoir metal known to (ho 20th century. .V..y rcspou.-iiolo person sending  Choir narao shall rociovo one of t hc.-,e, by mail I'���ItKE���pcotaijo pr-:pa;d. V< rite to-dajv dout put  II. olf - remember procrastination U tlio thcif of tkno and our liberality may wino. ��� Our object  in ciitkiBt; thid rcmurkublo oitor is to irot n s-ininleot Yi.hoit t>iivv.->v.ir3 ruf> ctcry hoir.o in tho  Und. ��� ',     -, vijko:-; aiiiVj:i: co., r^Kh-.g.-it. it.ft.'roroiiTi;.Out*irn>.  put  both  [ladies  sizes.  aud  atches In  gentlemen's '  ���   The "Ryrie" Monogram Watches  are particularly attractive.'  RYRIE-BROS'.,';.'  Yo'ngo and Adelaide Sts.,  TORONTO.  DIAMOND KALL, Established 1854.  i  l&E  ^ffiSffi^sesas^ES  a��o,/tesfiA4 -   a<nju/peon/truUr*  0^is�� j%4id^W>i4l&  C&y$Ms C/ZOs sj Jht; JfcH^&cerfjn^  0  o  O,  T  1  t  R  N  E  E  Q  C  B  U  s  T  N  0  S  H  J  The  most extensive cemetervin the  world is that at Romeiin ��� which over  b,000,000 human beings have  interred.  been  MINARD'S ��� LINIMENT Cures Dandruff.  THEIR PARTING.  Mournful  Only   by  "Out  end  knew  some  "you  will   go  Pnrcwell   Ilenril  tlie   Mcrmniilfi.   ,,  ir time is almost up," he said re*  sretfully' us he looked rather gloomily  "cross the wide subdued blue of ocean  that stretched far away in front'of them.  "Ves," she said, with ��� n slight sigh,  only a few hours more add wo shall he  an far apart from each other as ever."  It was late in July, and they were sitting on the quiet littio piazza of the admirable hotel to which they had drifted  together a fortnight before. The water,  '���''Plied on the beach at their feet and the  E(,a gulls flattened their wings against the  i-ky above them as if in full harmony  with the beating of their own hearts.  1'wo weeks together! And now they  were to be separated for no one  how long. All romance must  time.  "Tomorrow," she said,  hack to your work in town. You will at-  J-snd those important directors' meetings  that,you have told me of. Then there  "to stocks to buy and"sell, political friends  to meet, 'campaigns to arrange and  speeches-to thinkyover. Your horses, too^  will claim your attention, and of course  there are your club,and, the. dinners arid  a'Uho other things for a man to do." . .  ( "Andkyou," he said half playfully,  ..vou, too, will be busy. You have your  hfeawork, you know. Th^-re is the church  with its round of social.duties. There are  the societies to which you belong, the papers you are to prepare, the charities you  n'o interested in and the literary eveuts  Which claim you."  i'ot there.was a my of hope that glistened in her woman's eye as she laid her  "nnd on his arm. 7  "Never mind, dear," she said. ''Some  wo may learn better how to econo-  our time. Perhaps when we have  ."Ve��. married another seven years we  "nan be able to see more of each other."  Bxpremi Elevatoro.  To the man who Is accustomed to  buildings where staircases are still useful as well as ornamental the speed of  tbe "express" .elevators in. New York  skyscrapers Is disturbing. Recently  an' "up state" ' man, who was being  shown about the city* by a friend, was  taken at last up to tbe sixteenth story  of one of the high buildings^ Ho went  up in a "local" elevator, at moderate  speed,, but even that caused hiin te  suffer many qualms before be stepped  out on tho Arm .landing. In coming  down to street level again they took  an "express." With one switch of ths  handle, and a few sparks from the controlling apparatus they were deposited  on the ground floor. The city man  asked tbo other if "that was-quick  enough" for him. "Quick enough!" he  exclaimed. "Why, l might just aa well  hare jumped."  State of Onto, Citv.of Touepo, \  Lucas county, ' ��  FitJLSK J. CirKNEY mskes oath that he !s the  senior partnev of the iirin of F. J. Cn-ES'KY &  Co , doing I.UKieeis iu th- City of Toledo:  Countv and State aforesaid, and that. Faid firm  will pay the sum of- ONE HUNDKED DOI..-  I Altti lor each awl every'case of catarrh tlm  cannot be eure-.i by the tin-of Hall's Gatahrh  Cuiik. FRANK J. CHEXEY.  Sworn  to before me and subscribed in my  ureseuoe. this 6th day of December, A. D., lbSC.  , -1- -. A. W. Gr.1SA.fOX,  \ PKAI. J- Jvotary Public.  Hairs Catarrh Cure is tak'n internally and  Bets directly ou the Weocl an.l mi:co,iB surfaces  ot the svstem.   Sett:! !t;r te.��'iinonia.l*, iree.  F.J OH K-^EY k CO., Toledo O.  Sold bv Druggists, 7,-e,  Hall's Family Fills are the Lest.  3* LIE : : BEST 'SERVICE  Prom MINNEAPOLIS'& ST. PATTL  So   CHICAGO,  TORONTO,' MONTREAL, BOSTON,.STEW YORE  Reclining GhoAr Oars,  . We will give the above reward to any person who will corrc'ctl v arrange the  ) above letters to'spell the names of three Canadian cities. Use each letter but  "vonce. Try it. We" will positively giye the money away, and you may be the \  ? fortunate person. Should thero be more than 1 pet o'f correct answers, the f  A money, wall be divided equally/ For instance should 5 persons send in corrects  i answers, each will' receive $40 ; should 10 persons send in correct answers, V  , Veach will receive 520 ; twenty persons, ?10 each. '" We do this to introduce?  A our firin and goods we' handle as quickly as possible. SEND NO MONEYS  K WITH YOUR ANSWER. This is a FREE contest. , A post card will do. V  (p ? Those who have not received anything from other contests, try thia one. - Q  gUfe^KV^EMPIRE SUPPLY CO., ORILLIA, CAMADA.'^^^%Q.  For full information as to time of trains, rate:  etc., address T. TV. TEASDAL.E, Gen. Pass. Agu  or    yyy__  .'..""  Man.  CHAS. J. GRAY, Travelling Agent.  P. O. Boz 131i>. Winnipeg,  ��� Society novels seldom make a hit.  A novel in order to succeed must be  bright enough to be half-way entertaining    - '  Minard's Liuiieiit Cures Burns, Etc,  In every 1000 bachelors there are  thirty-eight criminals; in every 1000  married men there are only eighteen  criminals.c  t\ ANAr-iAN,  fj NORTHERN  TIME TABLE  Canadian Northern Depot, Water Street  Stations  P3c  X S ��  13.4JT  "Morris, Emer. or,   daily      St. Paul, etc..  10.45  8.oe  S.00  Hol-md, Min-ini, Belmont,Hivrtncy  and lirftndoii: Monday, Weil-  ne^ilny and Friday ...."   13.30  ���   Tuesday  Portage, la  ,   (H.-uc  Thursday  Saturday  Prnirie  stations,  ytmday  and  Xinerrue-  Daily   except.  English convicts get 101b of bread  a week, wliilo paupers receive only  71b.  The proprietors of Parmelee's Pills aro  constantly receiving letters similar to the  following, which explains itself: Mr. i'ohn  A. Beam, Waterloo, Ont., writes: "I never  nsed any medicine that can equal Parmelee's  Pills for Dyspepsia or Liver and Kidney  Complaints. The relief experienced after  using them was wonderful." As a safe family mediciDe Parmelee's Vegetable Pills can  bo given in all cases, requiring a cathartic.  Sometimes a man's appearance  suits a woman, and there are .times  when his disappearance would please  her more.  8.00  S.OO  &.OU  8,00  1-i.lO  Beaver,   1'elt.i   and. intermediate  Sfalioiis, Tucsdity & Thai-sday  Macctcniiilii, wT-st bourne, (ihid,  .atone, Dauphin unci inlerivuV  d:uie point", Monday, "W ednes!  day, Fri'lRv.  Tn.esd.qy, Thursd-.y. ;s.-v tu rda y  Wiuhipftgosis. Mon ,  VVeSTn-sday  Tuesday uudTluu-sdny  Grand View, Monday, Fiiday ...  ' t>.30  Boiled  nice.  'Although1 plain boiled rice Ms the "foundation  of   all1 rice   cooking,   few .people  understand   how   to   obtain   the   best, results.      Properly    cooked. ���  each     kernel  fihould   remain   separate   and   unbroken  and 'should swell to three times its ori'-u-  iial   size.,   First   wash   the   lice   in   hvfi  ' waters to remove the supr-rUnnus sfarr-li.  allowing it to stand in the last waipr for  four or live minutes..  One-half cupful of  Vice will require two cjuai-ts of water ami,  two tenspoonfu's of salt.   Br.at' the ?a!l  ed water to a boil and drop tin- rice into  it gradually sy as not to stop its bnilitiir.  Boil rapidly for 20 minutes wilhuut stir  ring.     Then   drain   thronzh   a   colander,  rinse with cold water (through the c<��l:in  dor). Khake it fi'f-e from J he waier. I'-ttir'n  il  to  the saucepan  and   let   it  stand   tin  covered on the back of the stove fur iiw  minutes. .- This   is   the   basis   of   ail   rice  cooking.  THE RETIRED BURGLAR.  Value ot  The Wo:  ��� The ohlest  TTi'dershPim.  Id's Oldest RosebtisTj.  rosebush .in thu  ivo'id is at  an   old   town   i:i   Hanover  30.45  iO.*S  ^0.*5  JJO.-tft  Tuesdav and Saturday  Swan Rivor, Krwood and iutt-rme'  di.\te points, Wednesday..   Saturday  Sprngui-, W.arroad, fieaudett-o .-ui��l  il;t��rmt"diate stations, Mon-  duy, Wednesday, Friday ...  Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday  lO.iR  ia.20  n. b.  HAKtf.A,  Qcn. Supt.  GSO.  H. SHAW,  Traf. Mgr  To be perfectly proportioned n man  should   weigh 2SIb for every foot  of  )his  height.  CANADIAN PAGFiQ RAILWAY  TIME" TABLE  It was planted more than 1.000 years ;>;,"i  by Cliarleina.mie in commemoration or' a  visit made to him by the embassador of  the caliph Ilaroun-al-Itasehid of "Arabian Kiirhts" fame. After it had become  a flourishing vine a cathedral was luiilt  over it, ,the date of the building lJeiiia;  doubtful. It is known, however, that a  cotiin shap��d vault was built around .its  saeied roki-s in the year SIS. the vault  and bush survival^ a fire which destroyed  the cathedral in 1140. Tho bush is now  said to he 2(i feet high and to cover .��.2  feet of the wall. The stem, after 1.000  years' growth, is only two inches in diameter. c  An average man is .one who thinks  he is just a little better than ' the  average.  Coal is worked so easily in China  that in Shansi it sells at less than  one shilling per  ton   at  the mines.  LV  21.50  51,60  7.C0|  U.CO  AH.  (5.21  (1.S1  18 00  12.30  13.T.C  21.20  12.15  day  mizo  >3EI.  Tee'  SoasiSeifimt' -      ' ��� ��� c  'iSosodoni'Tooth Powder    , ���  Sparge S^i��s^aiai and Powder  ?5o.  '���AlUtores or by mail for the price.    Sample for tho postage. ;}c  S.P.   Marie, Ou-en Sovritl,  Toronto  and li.tsi-. Via Lakes,   .Mon., Vnurs  and sot'        Ti'es ,Fri. and Sun   Mon'.ron1, Toronto,   >;ow  York and  "cas>t-, viusli rail, cl.-iiiy   Kat     Purtase    and    Intermediate  points, Mon., Wed. & Fii   TuOi./ihiirs. &Sat      Hat    Portage.   and     intermediate  points. 'l'ucs��Th:"r!, and Eat   .Moi:., Wed. into Fii   Mol.011, Lac  lJui5'->iv.iet  mid   tnter  incdiatopolnis. Thurs only    7 33  Portage laPraii ie, Branilou, Calgary  lfeison and all Ivooteu" y and Coaot  points, chiily    7.1(>  t'ortnijo Vi Pi. itie, Lra"iiloii,and in  tei meuiata) jioinls, daily ex Sun 119.10  Portage 1>-- Pj-:i rie, Jtrandon, Moo"e-|  jaw and iiiterinsdi.il3 noints dally  exSandaj     S.'iC 19.18  Ohtbtone, Nceitav.-a. Minue-Josa and  . intermediate points,- t..-iily ex Sun.   S.30'10.'  Sh?al Lake, Yorkton dntl intermedi-  '��� k.d points. Slon., Wed. andFri ....   S.S0  Tuos. Thur-i, and Saturday  10.10  Rauld    City,     H:imicta,     Miuota.  T��es., Thurs. and Sat    8.8;  >K>u.,Wcd. andFtl ....'....,.'.. 19.10  Morden, Daloraine audiiitermeitiaTo  points.  daily ex Han  7.4010.2)  N.ipinha, Alameda and Intovmrdiatc  points, Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Sat.   7.-10  Mo!-.,; Tues., Thins, and Fvi  19-20  Olen'ooro, Souris,  and intermediate  points,daily-ex Sun..    7.301S.45  Napinka.Mciita, Alameda and inter  inodiato points,- Mon., Wed.,  JFi'l.   7.30  Tuca., Thurs, aud Sat.-  18.45  Pipcstone.Iie3(o:i,Arcola and Inter  mediate iioinl3.   Mon. Y/cd., Fri.  7.S0  Tues.. .Thura.aud.Sat.. ���        ,18.45  Frobyshirc, Hirsh.  Bienl'alt,  Estc-  " van, Sat. ............................   7.S0  iron ,   Grsina.St. Pant, .Chicago......daily 11.10  Stonewall, Tuelon..Tues, Thurs, Sat 12 2i  West Selkirk  Mon, W ed, Fri 18 SO  West Selkirk .Tues. Thurs, Sat.  Knierson ;.... Jvcon, Wed and Fri I ',.50  Bickle s Anti-Oonsuiuptive Syrup stands at  the head of tho list for all diseases of the  throat and' lungs. , It acts like magic iu  breaking: up a, cold. A cough is soon subdued, tightness of tho chest is relieved, even  the worst case of consumption is rolioved,  while in recent ca.-es it may be said nerer io  fail. It is a medicine prepared from tho  active principles or virtues of several medicinal herbs, and can be depended upon for all  pulmonary complaints.  The jawbone of the average whale  is 25ft. in length. The tongue of  such a monster will yield a ton of  oil.  H'liat He Knows Aliout tho  (' '"        Small  ThiHgif.  "I can fell you one thing," said the re- ,  tired burglar, "we- gentlemen of the.' road .  know a great deal more of the value of  the small things of a household than' the,  families do' who own them.  Now it- would  naturally' appear   that   a   creaking   door  woiLil bo an alarm to the sleepers as well  as to the person entering a house at'midnight, but' it isn't so hr either case.  "You know there's a saying that creaking doors hang longk The" people who,  live in a house,that has.^a creaking door  get so used to it that they never hear it.  Or if they should waken they sleep again  as soon as they recognize the sound. The  best work I have done has been in a  house where the doors creaked and groaned at the lightest touch.  "The next best aid to us is a clock. You  can have no idea how noisy a clock is  until you have been without one in your ���  sleeping room and then start in with one  of those round nickel plated timepieces  that you can hear all over the house and  out in the back yard. I could test the silver on the dining table or make a fire In  the kitchen stove, and that clock would  prevent any' one hearing me. Just so  often it will give a click that would  waken the seven sleepers, but nobody  pays any attention to it.  "But the best help of all In our trade ii  ���bless its littlchcart���the baby! Everybody is so dead sleepy in the house where  there's a baby that a roll of thunder,  wouldn't waken 'em. And if the baby  cries they can't possibly hear ,any other,  sound on earth.1 Either way you take lt;  the baby is theburglar's best friend, and  we're always good to the little shavers."  -Chicago Record-Herald. .   ���-'  It's  lucky  thing  difficult to  man  that  as luclc.  convince  there    is  the im-  no   such  Toots navel' hens yield themselves to  the mystic spell of brooding memories.  RICHARDSON     &    BISHOP  Dealers      P^P��R   WINNIPEG  Printers'   Supplies  Billheads, Envelopes,Stationery  MINARD'S LINIMENT Relieves Neuralgia.  The Bank of England has usually  about ��25,000,000 to ��30,000.000  of its notes in circulation.  i��.45  13. t  1S.3C  10.O'  17.1C  J. W. LEONARD,  Gen. Supfc  ���a e, Mcpherson,  Gen. Pass; Agent  No family living in a bilious country  should be without Parmelee's Vegetable  pills. A few doies taken now nnd.'iien will  keep tho liver active, cleanse tho stomach  from all bilious matter and prevent ngua,  Mr. J. L. Price, Shoals, Martin Co., Ind.,  writas : "I have tried a box of Parmelee's  Pills nnd find them the best medicine for  Fever and Ague I have ever used."  One inch of rain falling upon one  square mile is equivalent, to iiabout  17,500,000  gallons   of water. '"  There are 28,89-1- juvenile temperance societies in the British Islands,  with a membership of 2,536,000.  SOZODONTfor-theTe'ETH25c  Greek ladies are  different  styles  of  said  to  dressing  have  137  the  hair. "T- ii.
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manner. Th-' pokshed *.Jdre.4 and m J" ,* ,nV' c°«-7dnot Lave over-
courtly military baarin? of the bohl 4 ^ ' '? yeMa befoj'e ^ battle CJ
young- advent urea- aJ^oWinsiaatlv won L / °nt° Wa3 f °"ffliT.—Oloba-Deni:
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Id veterans of tie honlor fiat v ill ' .,1 *    1    ■ V> US a Cuf"° oi' mutual "ore
P- bo, ond thervuchoianUf: i ^pji?/^^" ^il«^'-^ffot
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Bring all your cash to Gilpin's and
get goods- at less than wholesale c j;st.
Our stocks are still complete,' Vve
won't be here much longer *
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All accounts must be settled at once.
and heavy
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limtihs   ol   V.".-i,slii,-,,«ton  h;t 1   (.-,Cr   .en
terc,l the muids of the wildest drerm-
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Spain  .and Frarc^ both claimed the
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ehuscs rf,:i.eed from 5 eenis to ;^5.   The
ChimiDu.-n inch hit, ruck and before the
hmiifts ,-vwre aware he was counting-: ,,      ,. - .    -  -   ■-- *--->«.,
mid the corn-et reSiidt. - f { ,Jie ^''vovenes of La iSahe.   Thistfreat
This   excited the purchasers to ask! ?,':pl?.'.er' in Keashiner for tha mouth of
rjuestion'3 about the mode of calculation, and tu {i-h*; GJian r uid« to do.  The '
.party found that the merchantsromthe       -,   ,
orient had-marvelous talent in hand-' /' '
Inp fi;-!,-,-,.    Col]cffe px.oipssors  -votoI ■'
• ohi oi the prodigy, and to satisiy them-
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inoiuhs had pilled aud tbe brave vOui-;- I '"^
i  I rejiehman showed no siynt- of yieldh;'.1 I
I the wretch sent a courier bearing ti.Si
, eruei message to Donna JfrfHn;    "Mar-   'v-.-
ry me, and St. Denj> .shall! w re termed- "I ]-?   fi
reJusp, and your, lover Fhall surely die.*'     k 'l
I ho  learless yovnic girl declined tlie     '"
tyrants offer in empha'-ic tonus, and
at once applied to the viceroy in the City
041 rexieo. telling him the story of their
-.   -n   yc.   "'   " *■*»-> ""«    ^v9"    'J'hc viceroy was moved hi the'
. vlt- ,.1'1 ,St lows,'in honor of P^eousappealsoethebeautifulg'iri and
i 'U.ns i.t\ . of France. I'ealizing that be released St. Denis. .As soon as St'
■>a hnd iriad,.. „ mjstalte, La Salje nc-1 ],enis ^^ libereted he married Donna
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'lt' on th ashore-- cf ilata-
JTctv lie lmnt a fort, and
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creels every Mondai evening in tlieir
hall on Victoria utieet. Sojourning
Odd Fellow.-' cordially invited.   .
F. I. AIoome, A. D. DnuMMOxn,
Noble rjr.ind. Secr'v.
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■' ,:iSiS is <h? asofai"» «'hich grows in the'
southern districts of Nubia.*'It yields a •
gum known to dealer? as' -edaref, or ■
senaar pure.   Dr. Selnve-nfurt tells ti. !
that when  the wind bltfws. .imonn-'hJ '
branches it prorlueesn sound verx- inuch l
like that of a flute.     These    iiresi.c
properties are due co the fact {h.-ii hue
base  ol the thoms, wiUi    v.-hich    iks
branches are plentifully    provided, is
pert orated by an insect in search of the
sticky F;,p.   Tljp ,vind blmv]-n[, in 1hose
little holes transforms the thorns into
miniature flutes:
.    ,-~i'««"   ^vaiuwucit;  on
the shorn, of the Neches river.   Usag-
-iorajed  reports  concerniny  ihe  ricdi
er.
CO.
to
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• vfls saJubrious, L'ke that orsouthern
fc'ijain, the raiountt:
.-ind silver, and the
n sand. Among- the hundreds of "ad-
'■enturous and v.arhke Spirits thatsnr-
.oimclcd the ♦hroneof LouiFXIV.none
kstened to these slortcr with more ea-
^•ei'Jiess than Cnanr. S*. t),-nis. lie was
u bra-v c, energ-etic, and hnadsome ycruth,.
the
ad-
of-
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ittthority
iTed
vith
,     ,       •'   " " ~- •-■•"-"-■= ui c;ji«i-ticter,
for he refused to make any trouble for
the man who had so cruelly wrone-ed
him. ,   .,    -^j   ■-,•,- ,,.
_ It is not known ?s to what kind'of au-
tnonty was granted to him by theSpar-
ish oiiieials in .Mexico.   Ue biiilt a, fort
..^0  vu„, ui soutuern / at lNaec>S'clo«i>-Cs and laid oil" acitj'.   lie
ains were full of gold    °rderetUhe lands surveyed, and granted
c rivpvs ran over gold-    t:tIes t(> tlie settlers,    He established
. +1,. ^......._ ,_   . .    ,'   trading- posts at various points in the
inferior  and    rapidly   accumulated   a
large fortune.   Tie poWsfcd the happy
1 acuity  of making, a Jriand of crcrv
ruan   who came in contact with Lini
J/e w^, called tlie '-just, chief bv the
'lyii 1 b
The,he?t of accommodations
for the traveling public.
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^03^ie   Miners'   Union
Meets in .McGregor, hall every Tuesday
evening. Sojourning members are
cordially invited toattenu.-
J011& McDonald,      , P.T. Smytu,'
„     President. • Secretary;
J. MoMahon, Mar.
BOOTS    AND'   SHOES I Moyie Board of. Trade
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Hepaired and .Made to Order;   v
*      * o ,
R. A.S&tTH,  '   Moyie.
v'ho had inherited a g-rca*. name and    lnrll*n*> a^ his fame for fair dwilinc
l"S
1^'
K:-lt"
^ .C'nr/OB")   Sju>crstiaon.
|  Among the superstitions of the Sen-
oca Indians was one mo.it beautiful opp,
U hen a younpr inaidtn died they imprisoned fl j-ouiitr bird i:iltil it fir^r he-
pan to 1ry its powers of ^,ug. and then,
loading- it with care^-^ anrlTPO^age«
they loosed its uonds over her gravi\ hi
che  oelief that it wor.M not  fold   its     .„,.    XJIl.ir •
«'.nffS nor elou'jts eyes until i',   hnd   '.shfeh led'to
hown to Ui.-pkit land and delivered it,
precious burden of   affection   to   -the
loved and lost one.
A rich
-'Je.ii.'jcis
is-Ri
'     'to TXlK I.rJAi".
Italy cured   of  ]>:.r     .._,,
and norsrsin iIiohe»tn,v JJr, Nu-hoh i'iik] ^uca Uie S,if '
^"^ArtifinKl^arL-rums, <mvc MO.'™?- JUh <'™»trymer
■^O^o!H.I^fir!,,„;>of!l.:.,^)|fp (.^
anahlt to ,.".,ckjv- tne E'n Drum- r,;:iv
rIliavp  V,tni   f'"''c>-    A.id.^«s  No,   life
The Niei'ol.von InnhtUf,  TSO,
-ivenn'.. Now York.. 17. S. .\
nany heavily mortgaged estates.   The
opportunity which he eagerly -ought.
o d-aw his bwcnl and make an eftort
'o fill Ids purse on the 'ulains cf the
i>io Grajule, soon ]>resem«l itself.
The bare cold facts of the story of
Mis  young man's adventures read so
'Much like the dream* 01 a romancer
.'.at they would 1*  rejected bv ail his-
onans if they were not supported bv
' duDitable  reeord.-..    Count tit. Denis
"m a young Frenchman of equal rar.k
f the name of Lclisle i^a both \lo-
ntl.V   11:  love -.iii.'  !i,e harnc    Sour>«
oy.    Tlieir rivahy e^ded in a quarrel
,        - ..-)' ..The anfagonist^
•et and fough* ?\ 'trable hnttle y.-i^
words, which tu-.Vujfeted, as St. Denis
ni'T-oncii, in the death<.f his rival. ,' Re
1 or.ee fied from Franco, and afJer7
i'J*i-» of, narrow .escapes from arrest
nd death ^finally glided in America
Louisiana com-
. . . n   received   him
■•vital open arms, and immediately of-
"xiyd  him  employment.    All   SpvdH,
'Vrntory at that time north 01 the Kio
rande   was   ruled by-a go-.eir-or an-
,V en .viexieo.    The
'•:5iC'j:t  -,,-ork C.sut
I-    eh.hi
A...-1
i,art.:!'-« -
\v"ori: ik,:,;,
J-.Ic-.'/ie. \, i]l ,; , -,-,.
tho    kmi'i-:.-,.-,., j
'-cy  lil l.iy c.u-i- \,
t.'ii.dod   u;,   un,i
TUl.",". tCl i
ilsilrKij.   II-.t
Tho imxI ; ,,. ..,], ;,.
t.'ie conhhici.t 1,! Nojli
v.l'.i (1     r.inl. i     ;., v nivv
u-.tnih..-i.    '. yy,:   y ■
L^h-INC-.-,  ; ..pi,, n
a-;!'- '.V.'i.<
-ii
■iri^'id-ni
in'lie vicini'
'r-nt
1 -   i
<   j
'!<-'
H U> ct-r-i.-tt
tm      (    r • v».
Uin:.,'
,'on
1    - r
M      \v!.(.
tl\
v.'Ml    :
;,■ 1'"
> n
t-iunur^ Arrow L-i\.
}Jli.\hi( inn :ji:({ i,'i(
end    cxciu -ioLb.
nutnicalion   \vitb
wo;Id,    Two innil-:
fh'ii.-*     Tejnii.', ?;i',
..'•'" C'h;" I.      :,       ,
•' nriMvr
'. i/.'VO::
.1. ii "
D.   (
-ointPd by the vi/.croy of .Mexico     T'
ok'i<=iana company was on::ki.js to no-
<"-  the. country, and   i>ie a.ilhoritks
■ Count R|. 7>nis nt rhc ^^ of ^
»army of ir<."s iiKnt l00 men U, piant
inyy of   Prance iiron the dome.^ of
••'" -NKin'.sn  fori, and mhvjons.     Ho
n-.!v,)ec,  ihro.i'/ii a. re-ion of countrv
'-u J.iciaiiy swanocd ulthliostil^ «rv-
'  • -woki c-'a'.li-ii.-.d him'-'-:: ;.n n->rfh-
J'  T.-^fls v.;;-|K.7d  over hrin'- a!Vint
"■  "■»•'•<  naw- bvrn ari   t,(.VKjI<l;nan:
'''i'i.'*   l.is.Ti,   iir^.-.e'M„^   -n^.r-y   of   t!>e
■J « "■ nf a /cader, not tho /Cn",fc n-,non«
were hi', masterly  iKTomp]',},-
-- •'<  di],>omni, ;or jV  not only
m.l (hf( n
"Nii-.r h'-/.,
■'-p ' f tin-
was well established w-ilha>] the tribes
wiUim reach  of his capkal.    While in
Lie  hKg-Jtt of hit, J)0>.er two Indians
one day came to h?s Louse a.nd toid nim
.t.'nit faey h.-I ,se-m a white man whh a
tribe of coast Indians, trim held him ;>s a
prisoner     St   Denis' at once    offered
Utcni   a  large  sum of money it' thev
would g-j and rescue the white ma 11 and
.ynvr-him toNaco-doches.  The Indians
went away, and in a few weeks they re-
a:,pea.ix.J   at   St.   D,nij> hon.se „ith ai
miKed, Lai.-starved human heinf v ho
vas besmeared witli dirt and panted
"fe  an   Indian.    St.  Den -: ordered a
oat.t for tne ]>oor shivering, creature
and sent a ,-mit of his <Am clothes to the
oatiiroon.     When   the man had  ben
*. a«.r.«i -mu clothed he appeared before
nis  ucneidctor.     St.  Den.is no sooner
looiced  e,t  him   than he  was    struck
dumb with amazement.   The man was
LehP, e.  -whom, St. DenJs thought   be
killed Wlth his sword in Paris.   DriLsJc
w?s crjuiilly as much astonished. Thev
">rei'e Frenchmen, and they   instantj'v
cmoraced  each  o-fher' and  btwicd all
( pjst du^rcnees.   Uolielc's story wa- a
1 -short cnte. but full ol' .^uferings.   irP
uad  recover, d   from  the  wour^Js    in-'
-mc ed   by fnc- sword of St. Denis. ;,mt ,   ^n .
not long flfttn,:lr,j he j(;i;,(,-, a co    n    ,     v*/
o:  adtenfurci's who c,,;.^ 1o foijl (he    -^^
Loiiihiana cumpn-y at Ike ,>10u,h otTh
:u:?,.s.ir.;>i.     Like La ,<':.;]e, iiJfV J(,;+
thi ,r v,ay. and mailed f«o far !v..Ki    p«_
-Vi:ak MAraACHKKX cfe -Macixxvalds.
Sr. ^. WHITOOMB
H'Himj pi,in tor, K1-liner,
, ii"'..n 1 .tjitl . j)aperh;uirrf1r.
All-'woik un perfect siii-
huv jjnruuteed. ,, ['rice? ac-
w-rdnig to (uuihty and
Block rcoiiiied
Meets on the first Wednesday
evening'of each  month at
'   ,     B o'clock sharp in the court
house.
A; P. xMacdo^aj.d, Pres. ' -'
L. A. Riokkb«, _       Lewis Thomson;
\riee-Pre3, „
The objects of' (he  company
are;     To  aftbrd   a sale' antl
profihihlc inoan.3 for l,he  wiv-
iiiif of small sums by   u»gui,ir
inet.Vinien's, as tvell as for Ihe
, investment of email amounts
of capital at a productive rate
of interest.   To aagfet members in building purchasing,
or improving homea and clearing -off existing   Incumber-
atices,   ,
P. T. SMYTH,    Agent, Mo>Je
T3»» *"jca-aw jr>r.»»'
COUilT 3tOVXE.
-t
' >'o. 40CII..
Mc-ct-' on the- lust Thurs .'
1 - 1
any 01 each month,  Vis I
Oxi^ji'i     .■
?   l-Si-'. /  ' sSSf'Jsf g I   a     •      «"«« niojiin,   vis
W>"L.B.C.»^   tOHtloud.
SUCCESSORS Tq
M. Mdlnnes & Co.-
,    WHOLESALE AND KETAIJ,
MEAT-    MERCHANT^
Fresh, and Cured -Meats, Fresh'
Fish, Game ana Poullry. We
supply   only   the   best. "   Your
trade M>ficitecJ.
.llAItKErs
AX
and
tbI Director
■   u. t. MtGRcooR, r. s. | ^^   ^1   the   Principal
'~^~^»I Cities ^fend "Towns   in
sh:icviCKs
La.
cparni
'*■•''»   Ck'llfg.. o\   ibo
. -i.ikcs.     Ljjli(jlt.it.nng and gen-
Utrnituu;   ict firing!    UlTjeu "and
Aiktn's    block,   nenr^JamuIian
"l   Lommeice:   Tch-vr,.;,,,!,
i.'ti-.Tc: j,i'on-,ptly attended to.
and
[Ar- h--ld m ir.tnsens V shaped build
j';ng, corner Victoria and Tavisiocl;
|sirei'l, each Sabh.dh at 7:.'J0 [j. m.
; S.ihbaih .tciiool at 2:30 p. m.
I' Trie public,arc invited and tfjll he
cordially welcome ro attend services,
'  'W. L, SJrjOKIDAN.
0      Pastor.
British Columbia
CRANBROOK, B. C,
-■■     .-■-■ t   | ^ ■«i.l'ITTIW,Wf»n lU^M^WM-nM.'
i-'Oii' PfNE   TAILORING "aO~TO
s
G:*'£' ■ij.'broo).!:'
B, O.
"■r-^M-^B-r-i. w.-wn»w:
c# U ti
MERCHANT ' TAILOR,
^   Kino   Suiting^,    Ovcrco.iting
.Trousers,   Im ported     Goods.
'MOYIE,
I'i-le. --vith t'.vo .--fin;
on fi,'- r-,, ist of -r,,VL.
j'hey
•("-., wc nt
• i:oi~e
•-hich
l'i"nls
e
(■
1
r">     1 -
i> '....li,
., on
iiikiJint '
ii Jih./
iV.cgi ipnie in.;:,- .
-ih pinh-s or Uif. I
kirivo and depart '
!■' -VJo J\. r v.ic!, ,
" ' • ■     in   ,'r '   '   . j '
•"■"'.-Je"an ah,'anor- otl'en
i'-- yv;ihth«j)f.w.-rful,v.-.iri
'■■   i e rooii ~„on tlio, fr;( h,
':..v.:-h jeJ-.er- v. ho liv»d ]n tu.- irry
1 ■ "• hy.->xU-nUyi AM*i.h hip i uer - > ile
f;'(,'-r cur' Ti^'t"- iVoin the- ;,o„i i,'.;n
"ki,. itj\ r ncl: et upa^'Aiynrneiu o,"]-\
■"«: v-ns in -\lc year Jvii. rrkl
, * 'V- ' -nr -nptt/w.^.-.idirh
'   '  ^;''"']r   '',;','•,     -'-.tc,(.r. -rrr.-y
'1v\ .1.
T
t'
:> •- rijyy a hunt.
Itot Jov,nndth.^^ipWl;led awav
''IK?      let      I ;>.•"-! •,<(,»-     , •     ■   k
i-» -».-/h <^w,,;;if!!0-,iJ,1::VfhreC!;;
Min      "'■>  ;:°;;i,^!"-    i^v,hrd 'from
;'iing,-r.   ,3,'l^k' frll-n a ilk ^nie-oaol
;:;'"'l1Jt:' l',!|,,,"-'''+,'l?.:». ivryer'i  My.
- •» ,'i r.a-.i. I'.rkiuii,   ". tod^thwith
.1.   oj.j   <-i,t:j ■,-■   ii^orf^tTrl
>" .i".-' -'en a prisoner
f   for a  lo^.g f'lnc.    ,st.
h' n>i fk'icc, Jn, Jjir. gx>v-
•-ii'K-.d, f.ui  p.n   |iR. j,,  tho       ^ o(!
■n.-ii in:- iuoat-.
0S3.ee cl-o.1
-faJ^JjCJ.
Illil
B. G
4
nre h.'"i
' a h -;  ..
'-I'M      I I l<
!■>•   'I, -'       ',. C-,'
II.   I hi
'     KEFECTIVK KJth OCT.
, — a^I'm.   i" Bel I tire
Oca Oroiv's  ETest  Road
rh*' I'/eaoili^' Ladies
and Metis Furnisher.
Olothinff
Boots and Shoes,
TOAST
r>-iVf iv-'otfi iv
Li,.
f"f' v'Oiih An^?ica,ncontby
v-"--< a  curiu-ifl kind of.-,
-ti,
."ji-
v"l,t" ", i'|jMl cine :,n -,iei., Jf .., ,1 '
siuicnlar dioc.ite.-. Jt. waters he ii „]1,
kh^cy,  liver   ami   -toniach  (rotiiJes.
.r.
on
I
,,,,1 ji "■•'     ' If    Jl( fHI   fit      r
;°  /jK§f    (,,f1 '•"".litnlP.n
'    "I-a,   1  (        T. .       ,
I '■•'--,..- I    1
;,v   fie   Dio,'  '
-' '<'—h h» dra.':
1 i,u
i"L   Di ui-,
'he fnd
! ''.■">   -kn.l    if', ;- ]
t.h<   e/j.|(,i,y  ;,
tiirio  of   ;-'J.   Jn
ahi.ut   rjOO   .vhi'
' I)'"    J).".;;'   '.(ion  ;
j'
n im
'it ant ui
iifc am] v.'.ifcr£   are   an  invulu-
yyh lw-.tihcranrt kad ..poison
a ^
'" hi." linn'lc-d
"'"^•^l^nufocrat.,,,,,,,,,
::?.T!?..!iJr"i>'"''1  ^"-tei-n   ,„
)
, ;.'-'Md, St. Denis ..,, f/, ^ ;
j^x,.co.on a mission tnnfha'
l?'-on thorough)yirndP-,-'-'^      *
ji 1-:.
ulli'l
'.)' Of
)lt"/(;,r
Ih.- either
-"- 01 a h'dtls with
i' "111 ■. r r,i id;! cotin-
'■■• -ii. ih«. altaifs of
o 'ii -,.d,„-.    /.;  ^i;i.
("i -i'i-   therr    vvere
'h'l '- v.3.0 (ku'incd
;!<-> < -umcji-it, and
- Ji. '-• r.iy   .u Jv. pj f - j,"j.'o.t,-. -dr-
>   .    '!- - - ''' ''- h-.'i    v.x-
■  y""   '      ■" ■   >k,   vic ' *],.
10 W hcul m iu!. pc.-..„...v,ion more than
""*"! ... -»
■ bng
Le..Vf-
fc1 rices Q-iveis.
and   Orders
rakon 023.
i2vciythin«r
-In. 1;I?.c Pa'intir.p":
.05 ne at the
A h'til] Slock- of .Mine-'c'riupplic!-'
AhvMyx on  If.-uid.
:al!   and   Snspcoi Our   Goods.
frf A "ii1!;/ [V i ;      C\     ~"~n if>, r-.?\i/ ii /-. -n f
' n«A '-7 * ^   .'V   .1 n * 1 w if il«w-
OIJ'X1
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Inn.
hi-
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'■1     fl   .'  ll-il'-i,    -;  ",   ."-,.-,,.  .,),,,      J
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G. K'itii'er, Agent, Lioyic.
:' '"■^I'-l^i't,       , jc, j. covi,;.;
bi«i,amAgt.: ASS'tGen.:iin«Uf;t.]
Vuucovc,;
£EAv
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...>i'.i.ivi'.aY.
MOYIE].

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