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The Moyie Leader Oct 25, 1902

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Array /  yiM^r^f  -:^*r-'  -���"   r*  / '  I  it  1  i.  !  I  I  [() 28.  __MOYIE, B. C. OCTOBER 25. 19027  '<Ci''5^-,s^',I^''^^',t^',!^>'Vi'^>S?^5?:^'^ J^  ^A YEAR  LOCAL NEWS.  fj Sawmills are'Behind  on Orderso    ,  THE LACK OF CABS  (East Kootenay Lumber Co.  and Moyie Lumber Co, ''  , have much work  ��� laid outr  '��'  a  Moyie Lumber,do , /or instance/ have  ordeis'in for between 10 and <&0   car  Is because we   have  cer.  tain goods to sell and we  r want people to become ac-  ��quainted with the fact. It  is very gratifying the results we have had the past  few. weeKS advertising in  the Moyie Leader.  We have^less clothing, in  stock today than we had a,  few1 wee'ks   ago. , But  we  have, too  much yet,   and  soni.e time when yjou have  half an hOUr   tO   .SparejUSt     /IJ jlo^"odtbe East Kootenay Lumber  -���-    Co. for between 250" and 300  carloads.0  Sam Grant and  his  father,  Dfofaald  Grant, ottbo'Moyie Lurfiber Co. arrived  ,here this week from Fairbau.lt, Min'aM  and are looking after the  interests  of  tlio company,   The demWtfy liaf 6 decided, to   ptfsh   operations   vritb   all  'pdssibld speed*;   rJ?tie^ will fake olfo aa  mah�� logs as pbssiblS Liu's tv'inter/ and  rvriil fioltity   ehfari'e   iheit   fmll   to  iL'  !ixiense  ���>        '  as will also the > upper Moyie river;  .along )vhicb'they, also liave'a'good belt  ol timber. They have all ^ the work  ,rfbey can {Jo8sible handle' for years" Td  come.    ' '  ��� The East Kootenay Lumber Co.  have somewhat changed their plans  ���lately. ' Aa near, as can be, learned  now they intend to move -their Moyie  mill west Lo Yahk o;i the lp\ver Moyie  river and add machinery lofdouble its  capacity., ��� Then they will dam Moyie  lake at its outlet so thev can   raise   it  There is considerable activity in the  lumbering business hero at the present  tinio', and the outlook JJfs that   it   will  continue; for ioir.tj'tim'e to come.   The  lw9 Moyie milla arc  away .behind   in K   ^ "^ U'Umuer  uo" ��  100inng  f}lf>:, ���...1rtrD   v   .-.,.    .        . [for men,   There is not art idle man in  their orders; but. this   ig   principally  totfn,  doe'to the inability to" irot  ear's    Thnf    rm ,'.   .,',.:-,      ...  Arov,VT.nmi.0w!?rlh;..."!\Jr!fl      ^ho work  of  laying  nett steel  be-  Glen. Campbell is in Morrissey.  P. J. Cahill was in Cranbrook'Thurs-  day.  J. 1\ Farrell  is   painting   his post  office block.   ��� i'    '  Jtobt. I-tobson v/,as   up   from    Cranr  brook yesterday. "-""  Joseph'McQueen ~~~and family have  moved to Cranbrook. ,   '    "  Ol J, Johnson is homo from his ��� trip  to Perry creek.        ' '       ,  Tim Farrell is still confined to hi3  bed'with rheumatism;  I). J. Elmer was,home from Ward-  ner for a few days this week .  Paul Jensen. Iras gone to Morrissey  ant] will probably locate there.  Mrs. Jmnes Crouin and Miss Linden  left for,Ponlaud last Wednesday,  Mr. and Mm. P. J. McMahon . Were  up from Elko ori a few days' visit this  \teek. ' ��� ,"'  ' Mrs. Soper of Kimberfey is Visiting  with her daughter, Mrs. F. jy Mcfta-  li on.  The Moyie Lumber Co', is looting  GENERAL  NEWS  Items of Interest Selected  License Oommissioners take  a Stand and Refuse to  grant Licenses in . '  New Townsite^  step in and  three things . ��S  will surprise yoii: m  c , 11,  ^QUALITY,, Seeoncl, Fit,  And last feui? iibt least,,;  .be the surprising ^ric��-you  can TSu'y .thenl for:  Lwedn Aldridge  and Yah It  wa's co'm  m'ericed this week,  ,D. Wilson", inspector of schools; Was  fa Moyie this vveek and   inspected  the  school.   He found,everything in   good  : condition.  t  P. D'. Hope was in Cranbrook  .Thii'rsday conferring with ' B. E.  BeSttie"With regardvto the ptirchising  ���of tt stock of holiday,goods,  Jf.  'Attttood,   Mbyie'S'n&w   station  ageqt, and'fah)ily (.arrived  here  Wed-  in'gpclay from'Fart Steele function,  .The Moyie .Water'Co.' have   com-  The Cerfevt' lavv is being Strictly e'ft-'  forced in RosSlarid.  Santos Dumoiit proposed to fry by  airship ,from   Paris'to  iSan" Francisco.  An electrie car line is to be built between' Spokane rind Coettr "d'Alcne  City.    ���        ���  ' A lodge of tlie Brotherhood of Lo-  comotiye Firemen i3 to be organised  in Nelson. ,  The United States" army] Is to' be  reduced io its-minnimum, 59,0'Otf men.  It now numbers 67,0O'0.   ,  The Noble Five mine.in the Slocan  has been closed down and all .v/orK on  the property stispended.  A diam'ohd necklace/ yaltled' ���al  $S,000, t^as stolen from the Cooderham  residence in Toronto' last Friday even-  *j IX  ABUXnANCE   SURROUNDS  |MORRISSEY,B.C. ^  <$!   The   recent   strikes   here   and ��  i, elsewhere show the importance  ;��� of Coal and Coke.  1)    MOIiRISSEY Coal mines  will  <$ always  be'- worked  to their full  �� capacityj  which insures  a large ^  o and steady payroll for this place, b  l] Any careful, intelligent investor' %  -S who will examine tho resources f*  ^ surrounding llorrissey, will be- j&  come convinced that when he ^  buys real estate here at precenfc jgi  prices, he iu purchasing at a low %  jj price property that will bring ui  ]jj him splendid returns. Luts on ��.  ij 6asy payments. '3*  %     jfoRiitaSsy I'owj-sitic co.      Q  Ol    'thos. Crahaii, Afft.     MOUItJSSEV.     w  ft ���<��-!. * /r"z^-"'-cvj - *V? 7-frS" Ajr-zyr'A-5- *y.~2fa"_EA.^J  ;.  METAL   MARKETV  Nfnv' Yoiu:���Bar silver, 50| cents;  LBUdiUHL   Copper, $li.30.-  f^NDdir-^ijead; ��W, 10"s.  ir^s't KGofEsAY aidcii,  .,',-.    ��� .    '   '      AskJd.      t   Bid  Oroya liest Codl.. ;V$125.00 -filS.CO  St. TEugerie ..:         50       " dO  North Star....'...'..;       19-^- '      18  Sullivan.:'; ;.      "  5^  ; ���'   \j '  ing,  Th'e;  Spokane stock" exchange lias  .-    .-.-I ii.i".|-���i���|.     ..J  '.J     ..>    'llp   !>"���'   1  ...   .... .  ....    . ,,  ��� closed once more; and it ia the  belief  fPleM.iixing their waterpipes* for  the\otma?^pt   the members' that it is  'Winter.   .Thev-do   nnf.   finfininnto -nnv '^y^Jit J      '        '- ���  ''  ICAMBAIN-   BANK- -OF .  l 1 I * *  Paid .'Up' Capital ,$s;0O0,O0O  benNCH.k.  i-MERG  .HUBERT Hft!NES,.MGR  bodt two feet iinii get.a head of water  for li timing the logs down the river,  j Jn this ivay they can drive logs oiear  j from (be head of tlie lake, to their mill  i down Gb'e river.    By. doing   this  they  have several years cutting in sight. Jt  j is also tho intention of the company to  move their Jailray mill to Wardncr on  the ICootenav river.  winter.  .They do  not  anticipate  any  ���trouble from frost thjs year.  Q. Hillier and daughter, Miss Daisy  kfinireryleft' Thursday.' foic ���' Cranbrook.  'Miss Daisy will likely go'east and- attend school during .the coming winter.  Constable Wilson was here List Saturday, for, Ed ^Hanson, who ,was ar-  resledjor breaking'into a cabin.. He  was taken to Creston ai\d tried before  Judge Mallandiiine and sentenced to  three months in the Nelson jail.  P. A. Van Houten. who has been  employed.as engineer at the St. Eugene compressor for several months  past, left Sunday ��� for Iiossland. Van  is one of those jolly, .wholgsouled fellows- who makes- the world seem  brighter for his being in it.  closed for good  J. Israel Tarte has been asked to resign from Premier Lajirier's cabinet  <jn aocounfc"o'i "fifs "bp'pbsition*'Views on"  the tarifF.question.  The,annual convention of the Press  Association of British Columbia .will  be held at^ Halcyon Hot Springs oh  Sunday, November 9th.  John \Y. Gratis is said  to  have netted'' $18,000,000   clear   profit  for  the  turning over of the Louisville & Nashville to J. Pierppnt Morgan.  1  Little credit is being given  to j.  P.  M'erganJor the settlement 01   the ,coal  strike.    He is   said   merely   to  have  acted from the   pressure . placed upon  him by Secretary Boot and Governor  Odell.  The license commissioners have refused to grant licenses for the proposed  wrfl JZuiiil U Hotel, '    '  ��������' Thos". Badef * and' Ch'as. Farreli ��� of  this,place have" macfe application for  a"hotel license a( tlie' Morrissey mine'  townsite, and_if successful"\they., will*  erect one of "the best hotels there will  be in the^ place. 'Mr. "Bad'er waV in  Nelson this week having" the plans and  specification's drafted so ttfat work*' on  the .bulldiag can be started* on s'iioft  notice.   Messrs. Eader & F&relt are ���  'thoroughly" reliable,'  and   fjfie" tfpuse  which tliey conduct wiVl' tie  notching if  ,not first cl'&ssV  11  1  j  Presbyterian service will b,e held as  usual in,the hall 6n Sunihit;. evening  at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday school at  "3 p. m.   T. A. BPvOADF.OOT, Pagtqr.  J'rfms/cr ofC. P. E. Agcnttt.  This week G. Hillier,   the  C. P.  il. -  .---r   ,iigent, at this place, was moved to \new towa oean ,the Morrissey mines.  Crrnbrooli to accept a better position,' TIie board takes the view that:,as there  and J. Attwood was moved .from, Fort l,*3-1*0 town yet,. there,, is   no need  of  <C  ^  li Ctlying Away Watclics. '  In prosecuting its plan to build  up ���  the largest circulation  in the Kootenay; and   incidentally; in  observance  .of.its 5ev.enfch,a.nniYei*3ary,' _ tbef Tr1'il..\  Creek News is;fe'iaj?" to'' eachf new,-'- v  subscribeiua. watc.|,i;....it ^.���n'o't.,a fuH..  ���jeweled 18 karat gojd -witcij,' ^^t is >^  neat, perfect-running time-piece.   It>  is guaranteed for.one   year..and if: it  fails  to..keep   accurat^   tinie.during  that perionj At will be exchanged for a"  new one.   The   guarantee is  that of  the  largest   watch' compariy   in the-  United  States.' ' The   subscription   tp  the,NFWS'is$2 a year,   upon  receipt  of which a   watch   will  be  forv/arded.  together with the   Trail -Creek  News  for one year.    IT'S A' GOOD WATCH  for man or boy.    Remittance should  be   forwarded   by   express   or   postal  order, to Trail Creek News, Trail, B.C.-'  .  Steele junction, to the Moyie office.  ,It,is with- siucere regret that the  people of Mo,ye loose i*ir. Hillier. Always courteous and ..obliging, and ever  <  I for lien,  licenses being granted  - James Younger.! formerly a member  ol the notorious James band of Outlaws, dbmaiittiad  suic'id^ in J3t." Paul  r   ; ) - CT   .,    0�� * ���     ���,;������-��� *     ��� -  ^ -,��� ��� ����v-.i���^      * *j    ..4.'*-' w�� ���- f* t* I  ready to do'.the people a good turn/be j last Monday b'y sbooting,    lie gave,as  won tho affection of everyone, aud he j a reason for his act despondency  over  CAIILOAD ..OF   STOVES  J I'ST  arrived:  'Mail   Order.    Givr.n Prompt '..Mention.  1    "****���*-������-"������- -ni)WU|, ixumj} mximu ifiwi niwim  ,r^^*^^'.'ll*"^--!7rv- - ������- ~���-���������--������������-��� ��� "'-���  Ithis spIge^ib reserved FOB-  wts*��**vwn^t *ry"  I i ���  >��IO  jl   ,  .5  0-  to 'eiiumg- i^adies, smd'C^enta fuinishers.  *-^ *  .    1      ncirT '  "'r"*?n?T?yn���**i*"m[" 11 ������!��������� ��� ^y��������^g^JiS^z?���--������-��� ������ 1  Central Hotels^  H O  o -v  ��7'.' S  XTOPS*'  oKSAUiijN'iisji .mips j  ! '������L.irtfc   arimple   room; in^cotmeciion  with liouse for commercial :non.   J^cb  of iiccommodationa.  J'-iadquartersfor Commencia! and Mining  -i ��� ���  N.\' A'-r-KxirK;  The man wlio  buys his Shoes  from us needs,  judge only of  the fit. We.protect him in all  points  of style  and Service. It's  i-     -    ��� ��������  to our interest  fcq sell you a satisfactory Snoe  and few know  better than we.  the require-1  came to be   looked   upon, as ..one.of  Moyie's    permauent    fixtures. -  The  j move/.of co.urse, is  a., promotion; but  j noia^gpod as  Mr. Hillier  is  entitled  to, for he is .one.   of. tbo   oldest   and  moijit faithful men iii the company's  service.    Cranbrook has gained an excellent   citizen   in   Mr.   Hillier,  and  they should  appreciate  tlie fact ��nd  extend him every courtesy possible.  h   and separation'  .1' ^'���  III01 rissoy .lllnoia i\re Out.  The miners at the Morrissey coal  mine arc out and strike.for better pay.  The miners at Femie and Micllel fhay  follow suit.';'.  :      ..'".'.;���  y y.y.  ������;'''> ..  James Bakery-of th'e \Ves tern. ���Federation 6f Miners, wiis -sent for .and  reached" there yesterdtty evening."  When'seen.al th"e"statidn yesterday he  s.'tid lie: had notlifng to give odt for  publication. ���        ' I  satisfaction,  ^ol'lliiil Jsi'.fv Woi-Jkef.   - .'���  .  ykYS,. Pollard, who helped to organ -  meijtS    Of    Sll06  ^c'.the Odd  Fellows' lodge in- JJoyie  "-'-''"       "-...;. iUK] took such an active iniorest iii' it  .afterwards, is now over in ;the Coeur  d'Alones; "The last is'Stfe of the -. Wallace,Tribune says that "District Deputy Grand Master Pollard,' assisted  by the officers and members from tlie  Gem-and Wallace lodges, itistittitPtl a  new lodge of tho L O. O. F. at Eorke,  Which,:- waa named -Burte lodge  No. 92." r  continued ill,, heahl;  from his friends.,  Chief Constable Forbes has had  written notices served on each ' tif- th'e  Forme hotels notifying them that if  gambling is being carrie'd on upon the  premises in will have to cease. ,-All  loose women in town -have also been  uotified that they will only bo- allowed on the street at certain hours of  the day.  The'government at-Victoria has received a petition ��� from the Doukho-  borsof the-'Assinaboia asking thai  tliey be Allowed to ' move to British  Columbia; stating that they arc not  allowed to practice their 'religion as  they would Wish, for 'their religion  'holds that tliey must obey the laws of  no.count.r3"���no laws other than those  of God.-   'Their request was refused.  '    1      ,  .    ; '    111   _' ���  ���   >  :   Clniu^es a't OrAnbroolA Hank.  kFIubert Haines, for the past year  add a half.manager of the Bault'of  Commerce in Cranbrook has been  ti'un'fifer-red to....Trehern'e, Man. F. E.  Mai pas,.-formerly* in charge of- the  ba'nk at Fer_nie,"stieceeds Mr. Haines  at the Cranbrook bant.  St:   Joseph^   Convents  fidarding arid' Day School corldiict-  ed by the Sjs.t.e.re irfSjb. Joseph; ^Tdlabii -  B. ��� C.    ^.Qxamerpiajl   .aad "busirie'S^  .courses-a specialty,   Eic.ejleij'ce Add  swift'-.progress  characteaize  eadli  department,    Parentsk'shbrild' write  for'  particulars.   ;One,month' assures  the'  public-of "the-,"thoroughne'ss- of   the  Sisters'methods  of .\ tea'chih'g.    (Nert  term commojic^-SeptvIgt^-^,-.- -���"  "lttnrmn���11m ��t 1    ���       1   i~      *    1- * '     ' ' �� .     ��. *-\ --* 1  -��-��-  ASSAYffiJK,  NELSON,  B.  C  Wheii In  Gtanbrook  WK W17.L HE PLEASED TO SEE YOU  ���     litethocllati Church Servic'os.  Sunday school 'at'3.ip,vm. Preacli-  ���ing at 7:(30 o'clock." Subject���:���: "Good  Master, 3Vhat Shall I do that I May  Inherit Eternal Life?"'  We heartily invite'yoh i to this sor-  vice, A...E. MARSHALL, Pastor,  Pioneer / tMkiM  ^yhere you will find tho. largest  stock'  of general hardware in East Kootenay  Mail orders given prompt  attention  .-CauiXlUBiriltWiifir and 'riumblntr.'  ,    1  I    ��� ,  Y 1  &  .h l '  , y  ' ! i  -I '1'  , *"     1  m  M  i���� *i!  a�� ,f  ���I'  Ik  I"  I   l'Hl  ( his  th-:-  f,-iavt',   nnd  ���log-  further   in  o\ery  is  ambitions  gel  ciw  v/as so ill f ceased to  feels   his  feet  Slip-  day.   FOlilP      of  irfcd.      After   T  care what  sooner    or  Novel  oy Annie   Inompson. j But���but���" bis  denly.   "I loved a  tfaCI.,!), ��������.�����.��.��#.-��,  '>'<-.-��-M'....  -��--���������.-���-������������������~��..#~��.^�����..t.^.  ���������-���.������*.e..��..��..#.,  any l  of 'tlicm      thought of me.     1  knew  I f  must   die  of  consumption  later.      When       letters  Corbett  with  proofs of  and   Mark's  guilt,   I  put   them   aside  and took credii to myself for not using; them- I thought I v."as developing  a fine      amount of Christian  charitv.  voice  broke    sud-  ftifl.     f!c��d!  Do vou  know  what  that  means?"  '"1'es,"   John   answered  simply,   "J  in  to  of  of  as  the  estate  "Oh,   they  had  f      ., proof.,    The receipt  for the rent, neatly mo tin ted on card-  do.'  board, was sent mo by my brother,  who. advised me to hang it whore I  could constantly see it, so that 1  'might always be reminded of the  way in which I had disgraced  ."^eh* aii a - hfm  my.  he   had  left Scot  cover  prompted  a.s   far  l-y-y  yfl ���;,'���'  was, a  fellow  1 ic-  perfecclv.  ,v -   -   ~TJe said   that  (Jone more for me  before I  land, than he was in any wav boui(d  '     to   dp;   and   in   paying  ��50  to  ,   my disgrace  he    had^ been  solely  by   the   desire  to   clear  as   possible   the  name   which   he  had  the   misfortune   to      share' with   me  ITc added   that  he  did  not  wish     to  hear more  of mc,   that be  would  return   unopened   any   letters   I"    might  send, and that f need not expect further   communications   from   himself.  ���'One  other  let'ler  reached .me  '   It  .was  from  JJr.   Anderson,   it  was  full  of warning; and  kindness and sympathy.     He      actually   enclosed   money  , le.,l  I should   be      driven   to  extremities   before   1 could  find   any  employment.    My /irst impulse Was to write  to  him  at  once,   indignantly  deiivjng  Die   charge   made   against   me;   but   j  reilected   that  J  had   uo  proof  of mv  innocence,       and     that   words   alone  would  never  clear  me  in  the eyes  of  ijiose who had  been so  ready  to  believe me guilty.     The receipt  forgery,  and  Mark  Presslie,   a  clerk of mine,  was the forger,  "member   tlie   circumstances  This'rent and so,   -il others had fallen  due a day oi      y, o  before my  illness: Presslie had rents to 'collect on  a neighboring estate, and seein- how  miserably unwell r looked,  he offered  to   call     for '   me  at   this   p.-u-f.-dir  larin'which   lay nearer   to   li.s   route  than to mine,    lie was my senior  in  the  office/ and  had   -s.-ium-h   1ml.  lnuch  kindness: I was thankful enough ' to  he relieved,      and never dreamed     of  doubting him  when  lie  told   me  that  he  had      had   handed   in   the   money  along with his own, and had explained  the      matter  at,, the  ollice.     Thou  followed  my  illness  and  departure. '  "When  I almost   desphired   of  finding any  proof  that  would  clear   me,  it (lashed across my-mind' that Mark  '1'resslic had  not  been  alone when  ho  went   to  collect!   tho. rents   that  daw  Airiend of his and of mine had been  with      him���John   Corbett,     Corheti  and I had      been  fellow   students, at  ihe  University:  after he took  his  de-  .       gree,  his     -health  gave  way*   and  he  was      sent  out   to.Colorado.     Four  'years  later    he  returned,   just before  my     breakdown.     1     wrote   to   him  from  the  Cape,   telling him .my trouble,  entreating him to help me.    f J is  answer came after three months, hut  I had worried myself into brain fe\er  hy that  time.     As I became  convalescent,     the depression and lassitude  from .which I had suffered before,  re- j  turned   with  far  greater  force     If  T  had  energy  enough   to  long  for  anything,    I     longed    for death.     When  Corbett's   letters   came,   1 'read   them  as though      they referred  to  another  person.     The  past   seemed 'to   be     a  dream, the future a blank,  the present did  not interest me in  the least  Every night before I slept, I used to  say,  'God grant T may die before tomorrow.'     I  prayed   for   death   then  and  I  had      to   live:   I  prav  for   life  now, and I have to die.     It is all a  mockery."  A violent fit of coughing interrupted him.. Cnyford had a vague idea  Uat he ought to rebuke him for calling prayer a mockery: but while he  was choosing his words, Alan spoke  again.  "Here   are   Corbett's   letters.     You  must-read  them yourself;  I want a.1]  my  strength   to   tell  you   the rest  niy lale."  ���'You are not wise to speak more,  now," said John.     "Give me the letters to look at, and finish what  have  to  say to-morrow "  "ITow      do you  know  that I  shall  be alive  to-morrow,"  gasped  the  invalid.     "I      tell     you, I must speak  m   now.     I   may      never   have   another  chance."  "Co on then: but talk slowly,  don't exert yourself more than vou  need."  Alan  lay  silent  for  nnd  then  continued.  "While I was waiting L0 ne.ir from  Corbett, 1 wrote to a relation of my  mother's      who     lived  at ^Melbourne.  This     gentleman      had   corresponded  with me  occasionally,  ever since my  mother's death:   and  when   1  \vUs3  ordered      abroad,  I  should have    gone  out      to    him   if   the  doctor  had   not  urj-ed mo to try the Cape. During my  illness,      the    people     1 lodged  v ith  thought    I      was     dying,     and   tki-y  searched    through   my  papers   to   see  who   should   he   communicated   with.  They   found   a  letter   from   Mv.   Alas-  son, and wrote to him.     He came at  once,    As soon as  I  was strong-   enough to  be moved,  he took me  back  with    him , to  Melbourne.     He     hail  neither wife nor child, lib treated itc  aa-though I were his son.,   J-ie"inada  me live -with  him,  and seeing that J  onXS h?^SitiXe alK,ut   being dependent  ��".    hun'     ho  gave   me   wonc   in   ins  oflice,   and   paid  me  a  salary  ridiculously out of proportion to all I.did.  Before  I  left     Melbourne-    to   come  home,   I asked  him what had   induced  lum      to   befriend  me  mc,   under, his  breath,  could  scarcely      steady  his  say  it,  th it  years  ago he  had  loved  my ,   mother.     Then      1    und  John!"   cried    ' tho   invalid  fixing an  intense gaze upo,  ''anion,   "ran -you   guess ; what  forces  me to come home now?    When first  heard  how   they  had   dcfn'i  was  mad      with   the de  myself,  to repay Bit-hard's  blacken      Presslie'  blackened mine: but I  a man lias been down  'I loved her with all my heart nnd  soul.     To  he near     her,   to hoar her  voice,   to  see her  face,   to   touch   her  hand���-that     meant    heaven    to  me.  Once,,    when I  was   in  her  presence,  some      one spoke  of a young fellow'  who had     gone  to the  bad.     I shall  never   forget  the   awful  look  of  pitv  that   came     into  her  face.     It  made  me  feel/as   though  I had   seen     God  look on sin.    It made me, long to do  something       to      save       the      poor  wretch     who   had   caused     it.     Two  months    ago it    came to my knowledge that she had  been   informed     of  my d:s?race.    Every'night since then,  l see her in my   dream's    with ' that  same look of pity in her face for me  I   cannot  stand   it.       .1  care   nothing,j  about men's opinions of me,  but I do j  care about hers.     She never knew    I  loved heiv. I never hoped to make her  love me: but I cannot have her think  of me as a thief,   1 cannot have    her  look at me like that.    J must live to  clear myself; - I  will  have  this     d's-  [ grace   wiped   out.     Night   and 'morn  mg I pray to God to let me live till  Ptius is done;  but if He will not    let  me do it for nns.;lf, Corbett must do  it:  or,  failing him,  you must  do     it.  Corbett was to meet me at Tonerife.  li  he   is  not there,   promise  me that  if I die before I reach home,  you will  see  those   papers   of  mim   plated     in  Mr. Anderson's hands, and'mv    name  cleared." ���      /   ">  .lie gasj'ed    out the appeal  so-passionately,   that  John dreaded  the    effect of the excitement on him.'  "Corbrtt  and 1  are  the 'only     two  jow.     i   know he  wanted  money     ;. t  the time,   for he wrote to me to ask  if   I   could     accommodate   h='in   with  ��50 for a few days, and I could not  do it.        I have his letter and    shall  send  it to you.      Vou  are right  nrrned   from j thinking that I went wilh  Mark  my  innocence} Whitecairns.     An   A\r-hire  friend  mine had asked me to buy a pair  young farm  horses  for  him;  aad,  I learned from Mark that soma of  farmers    on the    XetherwoocI  hdd   hordes   for  sale.   I arranged     tc  accompany  him     when  he went   rent  col'octing.     We  called at  the Xether-  wood farms first, and then went    to  Whitecairns  for you.     T was in     the  room with Mark when he counted out  Ihe notes   and  gave -March     the    receipt.     These recollections are not of  much practical value perhaps,  but    I  have papers that are.    They are    at  home,'  packed    aivny  in an  old   desk  with a number of,letters which, luc-i  ily for you,   T was too busy to look  over  and  destroy   before J  left  Glasgow.    I shall write for'the desk, and  of  course     everything    that   concerns  this unfortunate brsinoss will be forwarded to you at once.  Meanwhile,      you     must , not   lose  heart.   ' It  will" not     be long    before  have your innocence plainly prov-  Tf you    'are    able to return '  to  Glasgow when  the  winter n's  over,  J  will go with you to see justice done.  If you cannol leave the Cape, give mo  directions, and I will go alone to as-'  ton sh  Presslie and your  brother  m)WSEIUSlJY8 CATNIP  REMINDS HIM OF BYGONE   DAYS AND  HE PLANTS IT IN THE BACK YARD  sadness  as  he   ctim  j Tlie Old Fellow Ih E-MIlieil Willi SentJ-  meiir���Hundred<. of Oir.s Ajiprove of  Hit Action. ur;d >I��? 1* Overwhelmed  In list" tunxi 1 Mariner.  [Copyright,  1902, by C. B.  Lewis. J  HERE were a softness and a  in Mr. ..Bowser's face  e  homo  the  other  evening, and Mrs. Bowser was  puzzled to tell whether he had  found  a nickel on the street corner or heard  of the death of a cousin.    After dinner,   during, which   he  mentioned' bis  childhood   days   and   sighed   over   the  passing of years, he proceeded to explain.  "Do you know that we have become  cold hearted, indifferent nnd sellishV"  he asked as he heaved a sigh and shook j  paternal way and'set about the work  oT planting, and in ten nn miles the job  wjis done. Then he slood buck and surveyed the plants with ;i ->mixture of  sndn,ess nnd gratification ami -siud to  himself: , ,...\  "Iiemeuibrances of the happiest days  of my life, days before 1 met Mi'i. liow-  ser! Wlien I feel that mercy, pity and  charity are being crowded out of my  heart, I at. Ill eocie out here and sniff the  fragrant odor of this catnip, "fis but a  homely plant, bin 'tis full of sweetest  memories."  Then be returned to the sitting room  to say to Mrs. Bowser:  "I want to give yon and the cat and  the cool: fair warning that If I come  home tomorrow evening and find that  catnip damaged or missing there will  be a row around here."  "Why should you say that?" she asked. ���      --^-=='  IE WAS  Unable to Waik  Hands to Hi^j  Op  Mo*�� ttar0llu^  I-ather i���  Use i  toiiliij,  *"w,���;>i  Oshawa,  The exper  wo  .ed.  his head in a solemn way  N'ot In particular," replied Mrs.  Bowser, who remembered that she had  fed four tramps within a week.  But we have, just the same. How  often, as we sit here of au evening, do  we call up and discuss the days of our  and  any  shall carefully observe your wish,  say nothing on  tip's sub'et't tb  one, till you give me leave.  , Yours ever.  John  Corbett:'  Callo San  Antonio,   Santa  Cruz,  February, Jst,   3SS-  to  who know your side of t'he'storv'"  "Tho  only   two." -' '  "Then if he fai's .ton, and you cannot do  it far yours If,  I promise    to  give your pape.-s into 'Mr. Anderson's  hands and see     justice    is dona  you."  "Swear iij"  "I swear it."  -In his excitement,'Alan raised himself, uprights     .  ."Tall Mary���" ),e paid, and choked ���  ���lohn started   to  his   fett  in     dismay  red  blood   oo'/ed'out   betwe-ri  ir end's' lips.   Hemorrhage   again  as   the  li is  >'e to readj  were  going  CHAPTER   II.  l  Fortunately the hemorrhage wip-  very slight. . Alan . Twins passed n  quiet night and slept during the  greater part  of Tuesday.  "He has made a surprising rally "  the doctor said to Cayford. "He  seems to have been wonderfully little  weakened  by the loss of blooch"  "'Jo you {funk he i.\'ill fiv  England?  "He      might   < perhaps,   if he  careful.     Be  actually   talks   of  ashore at Santa  Cruz."     ���  "What  folly!     You  will surelv for-  bid it.  "I have  told him it is useless  think     of      such  a   thing,   but  scarcely  turn     tlie key "in h  door.      He      says   he   has  business ,in  the town."  "I think lie could intrust  "ess to me. I had better  speak to him."  "Indeed you had better not: he  cited himself too much  spoke to you last,  asleep; I gave him  should keep * him  hours longer. We  good   speed  distinct vo; is  that   he   h  d  ing hanchvr:  i:  v-'a^er I'5    J.   *  t'se, ho could  I  , to  can  lis   cabin  important  his  tro  busi-  anr1  ex-  he  when  Besides,   he     r;  a sedative  which  quiet  for   a   few  ha\c   made   such  yesterday   and   to-day.  that the captain  thinks ,we shall  clior in  the Bay befo  oi  you  a  few  in in ut cs,  an-  , ���. .re midnight and  bo      oft     again   by  6   o'clock  morning.     If   only      the  fellow can sleep through  coaling,   rny    mind  will  "And  mine,"  said  Tn  preparation  for going ashore at  feanta Cruz,   be read   the letters   Man  had given him;  hoping to glean from'  them     some   information   abo  writer.  , The*/  were "two   in  both written from Tenerife.  <alle San Antonio, Santa Cruz  My Dear Alan:      Jnnu^ ^.'188-.  Your  letter,   dated  last  November  has bean forwarded to me from homo!  Bear Alan:  Here are the proofs I promised-  there are three oi" them. The first is  a letter written in four different  handwritings. Your and my signatures (uro jn it, though w-G never  wrote   thorn   there. It   is   dated   a  lortnig-ht before your name was- forged, One night soon a.t:r mv return  irom Colorado, Maelvor, Bentoul  Iresslie, and I wwe dining together'  I told th'in o:" an American i In^v  who could write-four different types  of hnndwrifn ���; with [erct case 1  called thsia n-mnrkaMe feat, but  Mark affett-d ti think very little of  it. He ra'ri it'was uncommon rather  than won l. rfi:-l. lin;i not nfore oxtra_  ordinary th. n th im tution of foiir  lv. one rerson. He said  ryi -ncjlity in eppy-  :���' s '-' s.,11", and would  , a wrc'.:'s' prnc-  imitato so perfectly the  r.V.ns of i\ny thno men I liked to  n;inc, that 1 should be unable to detect any difference between his imitation and the originals. I took the  bet and challenged him t'o imitate my  writing. Bent ours, and vours. the  three most varied types I could think  of: A week later we all dined together-again; and, he wrote at mv d"icta-  t'on a-letter which he commenced  and ended in his own autograph  while ours, was imitated in-the" three  intermediate sentences. It' was  Piece of. insane folly; the danger  which I never realized until vou told I  me ot your misfortune. I blame ���  -self more than I  share in it.    '  The   second   inclosura  in  which  Mark  asks "  ��50.   Tho   third   is  the  ive proof of all.     It  wrote   to   me     regarding   the  horses I was commissioned  to  must have written" it  or ho never would have,  committed himself as be doe. ia this  sentence:   "On tho  whole,   I do    not  fi��� T, WiU ^ b0tt0r hor��* than  ih n 1?"'��' Sherwood, except  tho pair March shewed us when we  ca led for his rent on Thursday. I  he.could easily  be  induced     to  ,m,.���, . .       , JIow could  he have allowed himself to  tence1  "rs IT AXTTHIXa THAT'S GOTNO TO SWEIit.  UP AND  OUST?"  else?"  she nsked  as  he  can  say,'  a  of  >ld  my-  for  mv  chase.     He  hurriedly.  is   the. lctter  for  a loan     of  most concllist's  d letter     he  farm  pur-  think  se"l   them.  write such a Ben  in   the  poor   young  the noise of  be relieved."  John.  nit     the  number,  fTO BK CONTINUED.]  'Yon  And  CJot  a   \VI���dr��H.  "a.*" Ins money roll to him?"  tumbled through  tied tho citv."  "Xo: bo Ml to it  coal hole and  Few  T am  must  amazed at  its     contents.'   and  at  once relieve your  mind     bv  iou that I  can send vou    the  ��* ^lay    beffre0'''   th��UBh "^ W,U  telling  by  her  ���.so:, he  told  as' though  lie  'oice   to  lerstood.  suddenly  his com-  I  med   me,   I  7'sii'C   to  clear  taunts,  to  'Time  as   he  had  iell you,  when  ���  clown,  almost  proois you  they reach you. I  ���s -PPose you have heard nothing of  my changed    circumstances.      My fa-  oimtrwd r��n, aftCr yoU lGft t}-  v    ir.fia}\d   when  h.'"s  affairs     were  f-xamined, the.v were found to be verv  m����h   involved,     lie  ,latI   ^J^^l  at ng lrteiy and unfortunately.- I be-  e\c the worry and anxiety he    went  through,   told   upon   his   healU,        It  t on ^"m Kme before our ex^<- Position could be ascertained; then it appeared that after the liabilities were  ����*, only about ��2,000 remained for  "ie. 1-ortunately my sisters Were  hrovulcd lor. Our, house in Glasgow  and some ��S,000 belonged to  mother, and has been settled  on the two: girls.  w i fd f rjous thoughts of. applying  ��&��?��6eSk ?��? ^c^ed inyMeL/  LJavei ton and...Anderson's oflice,' ,but  ��� the doctor vetoed that idea. J^'old-  symptoms-were returning, anef he  said I must winter  abroad..: I    had  been much competition, fQ  Photographer   ani so fnrCTPhaCity,   of  remarkably well far T have done  abominably,     I iuld^n^  treated  llevAd  tv,n( ti      <-ouiu not  have  l.'eved that Presslie would stoop  The   Word   "i'iciiie."  ,'no- nf ?,����Pl�� kl'CHVi l!l�� or'sVnal mean-  ng of the word "picnic."   it is to be  lound set out in the London Times of  ��  Hundred years ago.   "A  picnic sup.  per consists of a variety of dishes. The  subscribers to this entertainment have  a bill of fare presented to them, with  a  number against each dish    The lot  which he draws obliges him to furnish  the dish marked against It.   .vlik-i,  hQ  either takes with  him  in .his ehiria-e  <��'   wilds   by   a .servant.    The   proper  vnnety.is preserved   by (ho talents of  the- ina,tred'hotel, who forms the bill  ot tare.  As the cookery Is I'ttniis-licd by  so many people of fashion each strives  to excel, and thus ��� picnic suppc, ���or  only gives rise to much pleasant mii-th-  hut generally can  boast  iiu-iit of the an ������  childhood,-of our boyhood and girlhood,  .of the dear old homes that,sheltered us  before we went out into the" world?  Notbnee In ten years. My father'and  mother are de?ad' as >vell ns voiirfa-  ther"���,    , . "  "And  what  paused.  He  suddenly   remembered   that   her  mother was still living and was wondering why death had not also claimed  her.   He thought it best not to sav anything about it. however, and went tin:'  ���"and the"dear old homes have passed into the hands of strangers.    Do we  ever speak of the gardens,  the mead-  -ows, the old pear trees, the-lanes add  the orchards?    N'erer.   ^Tliere are  the  hills we used to. slide down In winter  tho brooks wepaddled in when summer  came, the groves with their swings and  the big walnut trees shading the front  porch, but we never recall them.    In- j  stead of that we sit here and road or  play euchre or go to  the theater, and  our hearts grow hard and selfish.    We  ought to be ashamed of ourselves."  Mr. Bowser got up and wiped at the  and the cat came out from under the  Piano and sat up and looked wlenjnlv.  at the figure of the carpet  "And what happened today to start  this train��� of thought?" asked Mrs  Bowser after awhile  BerTI"oTn St t'r",P-" rP",i<,d A,r* ,,'ow*  eer.      On the street I saw ��� vendor of  flowers.    Among   his   flowers   he   had  two bunches of catnip.   The Instant  I  got   the   odor   of-it    I    was   carried  hack   to   lUy  boyhood   da vs.    In   our  homely old garden we bad ihy.no and  hollyhocks   and    pinks    and  Charlie and catnip    You  ber catnhj?"  "Yes."       ".  ''The scent of It comes to me'tbrough  a" these long years, i remember nothing of the past so vividly as catnip."  '' hoy didn't make you  soup wueti you were a boy  she asked.  "Madam," answered Mr.  Bowser as  ho   stopped    before   her  "don't run  this  thin  "Because you have no sympathy with  me. The past does not appeal to you.  I don't believe you call up old times  orice a year. Should an old iramp come  to the door and prove to be it playmate  of your childhood, you'd bit blm In the  eye with a cold potato instead of clasping his hand."  Mrs. Bowser went up stairs and left  him reading his paper, anil half an  hour had passed when nx wild, weird  yeowl from the back yard raised what  little hair be had on his head. It niso  brought the family cut out from under  the lounge, nnd ber eyes glared nnd  -her tail grow bushy.  "By John"���  His exclamation was cut short by a  still-wilder yeowl, followed' by a'rattling and a banging,on the buck fences.  Then came six other yeowls and rattles and bangs, and the voice of Mrs.  Bowser'called down: "  '    ,  "You'd belter go out and see to your  catnip,' There's more than' a thousand  eats on the fences!"  "By thunder, but I'll, inurdc-r,'era  to  the very last one!" shouted ,Mr. Bow-  ser as.   followed   by, the  excited   and  meowing cat,, he 'rushed down stairs  and out Into the yard. -    '' ,; ;  ,. Therer were   not   a * thousand " en" ts'  There were only 900. 'Thev were scampering across the yard, roosting on the  fences; fighting ten deep over the cat-  Sl&V5- --ne Picked up'.a spade and  dashed fonvnnl.wlth a yell,' but hia  foot caught In an old Iron hoop, andlie  went down.-rhe 000 fled. Six hundred  of them ran over Mr! .Bowser's prostrate form as they did so, and when  Mrs Boysor got down"and extended a  linndito help him up his emotions wore  too deep for utterance. '     '  coi'?C)1U<V.Mr'  IlcwSGr'  conic" In." she  said, arid he humbly followed her. \  "It often works that  didn't   know, It,"  she  .still he was dumb.  "It's    '  Out., Oct  ��ice ��,t }h. ;3  ���-,... ik'S'iij  ��n employee of.ti���"A'1Jo:  j���   Works,   sh^ ,������  'UU be  ago  Hh  <%i  m  ��very ��� sick ���moii  borne live yeaIS  and sober rua���.   !^'. *,  noss   and   sort,,,^ !?'��1���  his  legs.      Th  till   he   had   losf^."1  limbs  and'arms    liv m*'  raised  his flr,���s"toH����  Ms-life', and for over fbh&d  could not stand or'iL?*  gle step. w^lic &i0Wj  All    the doctoit    .  Rave him'up.,TherVre^^  Bowimmville doctor  could do nothing for h.,���  Wm to go to tfcVtSw?  to where they might l^i"  him  a little.       - MU ** *'M  '. To  the hosplt.,1 ho       '.  ��ry. 1898, and r,mniJd'?  n.ont  for   over  f���!Jr ^  doctors told him he rou'ri'.,'  and   that ,nothin< ^����  him,    ��� Ho   was  getting -1:  dny  and  when TOnov��5 to*  In Oshnwa was live a babv  move,   ', o  *  His ' fathor-In-law. Mr. J0v. J  had heard of Bond's Kidnevt  suggested that Wr. nrown'd  He did and he saw : 7|  Tl"J1.uscT<i',l,lo^,h!>r' twelve.  Bodds-Kidney Pdls(Mdln.'  of 3rayFI     was able to sta-i  again, In  the shop and I by\  been sick' or off work a day"  /'T  am sure  T owe nn�� ]]'f  and   strength'to  that Breat**-'  Dodd's Kidney Pills  Ttl0n he eosu  ^lio toMd  iM  way,, but you  continued,   ami  The) knights of tin* d-ivsof,  wore so, well proimeHl hr nJji  that   they   wore  pnitTlraiir J  to all ordinary   weapons. L'ih]  dismounted they conk! ax l��|  save by the mlsericoiilfci.atlai  ,which penetrated the cli.iiD.tf:  uior.    Mi more th.m 0���',, {,.���,),_  -fallen  from their horses todf.  hided until their armor lurfj^l  !. ��n up with axes and bamo.  my seventeenth atlcmnt toa<  sasslnato you, and of course vo.fl! ai>|  ply for a divoi'ce."     ��� ,    ',       ..    '  "But  be "simply  sighed  and," groaned  ajnl. went to bed. Jlfce an overtired h^v  Do bad  mot the catnip and  the Cat"8  and be.was theirs. X. QUAD  I�� P����i.ln<c.   , ,  Br,ggs-,S��\v Genera J  Swordfcnot- today.   The general was looking tine  Gnggs-DUl   the  general   have  hny-  thing to say to you?  Brlggs-Not exactly, ne didn't speak-  but he sounded hi* looter at hie. He  was In bis automobile, you know-Boston Transcript.'  Good   Cooki.  -. "If all sick people W^wAj  says the'Lonefbu Oosphnl.-%i  greater mi^ht he the propon,|  covorJes'" The value of n  foods <( which - tiro itdvenisvil  lies largolyyft says, in the ei  which they nre prepared for tbl  . A   Hair   l'nrliier.  '   A.���That woman who just ii>  Is the partner of  your jot-  rows, I suppose.  B.--.She's partner to my Jovsslij  tmt when 'It conies to my jpmsj  slips over to see lier mother.  Crimheij,  The lambkin skipped ubout the fluid   "  in light and careii-ss pleo:  4nCi?��!.C,en.ce f��!t "�� Uv|"Se of blame.  qo innocent wns h6.  B?L"e" ��.f w��>at they charge for meat  Unto tho lambkin came.  a J ^/i1.0 strlc]!e" creature blushed "  And hid his bead in shame.  t ���WaahttiKton Star.  Iluvcr��eil,  Rodrfck���Say, oltl mnn. .raj  been through the ordeal of prJ  ^hnt does a fellow do after Is]  the question?  '"/in Albert���Why, he qufaiaaj  of course.-  creeping  must rcmeni-  Durn  'Born  Is  eat   catnip  did they?"  of (lie refine-  W1...pt.   ire   Rude.  A schoolboy  ly was c:  walk home if  arrived   home  on  't have  my small  v who was going (0 a par-  mtion��(l by his fat her. not to  "' it rained nnd was irivcn  ��������fy for cab hire.:   It rained   Ik���v"  'y. and. great'was the .father's Hiii'priso  When  Ins son.ina sI?ite of the instruct  tions ,he had   received  'drenched'to ..the" skin.  "Did  you   not  take  dered/yoti.  Alfred?''  .sternly.    '���'  -.'���'���'  .-'Oh   yos; but when 1 rido,witl, Vou  ou a ways make me .ride inside.   TH.  Mme.. I. rode  on  top   with   th0  drive?  was/grand!'"  and   glared.  If, ,   ,  o   into  burlesque!  ir you have got a brickbat whore votir  hoarf ought to be. I haven't. I um'stil!  human being, although vou have  your hardest to make r'ne a man  or stone."  "Wei  nip."  "I did. nnd I boushl'thrni at onoo   I  have  brought   them   home,  arid   l   a'm  non; ""'W' l0 Pl-'"t them In our hack  ,,,,"tl-    '  "ln W��K  to have K(JtiuMhlij.r  �����dlor,,U.li,���M,,MipydayBof,   e  Piifat.   I don't w.-nit to ror��ct that I  a  tried  you snyv two bunches of cat-  nntl   Dltd   tlie   Suinv   liny.  and  (lh>d  on   the same day"  true of-tlio   following  conspicuous  men: Shakespeare was boVn  April 2a  l"��fij. and died April 23. 10JU.   Rnphaoi  Segio d'L'i'bino. the1 groat artist,  was  born on, Good  Friday.  1483, und died  on Gooel I.'i-iday, 1520, aged thirty-seven.    C.'ood  Friday |a a- movable feast,  so the day of the month may not have  been the same.    Sir Thomas  Browne  author of "Boligio Medici." was honl  Oct.  10,  luo.y and died Oct.   1!),  Timothy   Sw.-in,   composer,   was  ���Tuly 23.   17:,S. and died July 23.  St. John of ("oil. one of the*most  nenl  of   roriugucse  R;,i���ts.   was  March 8. Hi),-,. iim| died March 8.  .John   SoblCHUI.  hi,,;; 0f  l>l��|,d. w,,0 (|e.  Ivcrod   VliMina. from   the  Turks,   was  born .June 17.  li;2l), und diet  10911.  A   '"i'rixRviiy."  A   Missouri - paper  of an amusing  Tn   IIIM   Drciimi.  Hewitt���When I wns on (lie!  cOtlier night, 1 had a lower be/tti  dreamed  I  was sleeping In ttef  berth.  Jewett���Sort  of   overslept jx  eh?  Good manners Is the art of'  those people easy wlthirSwu;  vtirse.   Whoever makesttefrf��'l  sons  uneasy   is the  best tred lu|  company..  Juno  account  '   which  A man  Mr  'onward'  .,, a   cab  as  the parent  J.   or-  n sited  .,,..,... i'-ow.s.ei'  stejipt-d  ��|', BovVS01' fnue'Jy said:   v  "Oh.  Say,   dad.  it  be-  so  A   Woiiilcrful   Kc-ho'  _Ata watering ph.ee in the'Pyrenees  "It Is astonishiii<r-��� ���,,:,,  ant of the Carome'    *'1" "���" {n,,a,,5t-  ���nive   spoken   y0u . ,ienrA^J����,��-  voice   leap   from   ,-oek   tu"sll,,r"  preei]jlce to precipice, and  it   has   passed   the  from  .von  "ctly   the  I'ock,   from  ns soon us  assumes   the   Spanish  -or   the  echo  "Thm, t'1 mce pair!'"  n.pr!^r,^^-."-..';��ont-  Bowser. '.'.",.       :s'udA    "fi'icdMrs.  He mnele no von\^ h   ,  parcel from   he Ct?^;L;;,t;igrt,:h,��the  out of tlio"back doo? aia o',-'?',m,jwm1  for a-suitable spot ni'oimd.  "Is it anything that  up and  bust  up  down?" anxiously1  "No,  my good  ivi's an  ..    Mile   "tl-.'lgctjy"  it claims occurred in jlH town  and  his  wife  were  riding  |IOIm. on ���  M cct car.    He Vus ,.tl.,(ni     ,lfs  when   another lady  KOl  on.     T,;o '���,;  was cj-t^v.ied. {l���,| M.Jlll0lU K,iU)ei;  iroseand gj,v0 ll01. lli8 8tl.ltym,oh:  a a gmclous smile in payment.   The  fi,�� i .. U:iml��Klmtely-'Sot ui..kgave  he belh-ope a .hh.dvjork and ihvifod'  her yhusband to; got oifl"��� .When he  looked around to leanithc cauMc of hor  "���.go,-, hedisceyored that the wouum  ^,','��!?':Vl'"'-\wi,fi^'<!n.liiH'.8o,.t,w��Ri,lW  hlbt   Wife,   yyl,0U]   Uc. Iln(,  (iivorc(ld    ;vd  years   before.    Thoy Walked   nL,-o*  ay ,homo, and ho is..still  he  in  man's  of the w  plaining.  e.v-  The  ���The- Dim  accent."  , s eol.ng to swell  i.uul  'fur-the   house  inquiroii the cook  woman.     Didn'i  ever hear of catnip?" u ' l-  "Seems aa if I di,i    m,T .   ���,  ���gh wbw.���p the1^";,1ds,: mi^;;  the same, bad luck to 'em?" '   llh  you  Mr. Bowser smiled  '" his benign and  , ���JilfttaV,"ef'��7^.,,|,>vh||c. ho.-si;u,>r from  ; tbo. south   buyslia  "talilccloth."    The  woman Tmm Nova  Scotia  orders the  '���S'y^���f Ui��l��hl��" while with  most ofus natives of ,he United States  he command fs to "sot-the (able."    In  "!?-pu!:!Hr .tho-HoBtetw-shys-.to   her  guests,   ".Sit  by,"   wll01,   u   ,s .t,mo   (Q  cat   in town ft is'.T|WSC sit (iown...  in the cty among the swells tl.ore is  ,   o   further   inyitutiona than   (he   an-  ouneement of the servant that "Din-  nor js served."  "������-.-   ^4 THE SVSTM  CLE/5N5E-5EppE:GT*ij   .*,  OVERCOMES  ,     ay ..   aSTlP^  ITS  BUY  (9  THE GENUINE"^0  >lfv%"   **S>W  fOR SAt�� BY All URUG6ISTLK*51  rtl.f  i  pul  \\  |0ta I  jtlltf  " ill  falls  |ru .  h(,'  giiiibl  V'dy  ,U(ll  >Kt|  ^llt'U  lexor  Hieve  u ha  Isndei;  (I I HI  n di  -nut  . \vl  ��KI.  JtllV    i  ,!'y n  . Strti  Sto th  (lem  J0\ l',|  pront  K|I|H  Utl(  "lists,  ijftion  KKiHts  "ink ,  Hh  ship.  'Oklvn  ne of  i  nuii.s  ind K  sou |  ,B:tnLi,  Rrlioc  P'-We,  The nic  Tho  |sui-ft Wi  The Tft  ^vea w!  lnE arid  llippyy'y  ymmymmyyy'L Walk 0P  *"  ����lunate Use  :Ul��*  Thau  " This W  'fetch,  Cotllfi  *��C.  M  ���in-law, Jfr. joij  Bood's Kidccvi*  it Mr. Brown' "  1C  Mtys ;  ogotiif-r twelve  '.V Pills and by  ���as able to star,  shop nnd I hi"  ofT work a day  T owe my \\'L  ,<���". that great  v Pills."  tsrlits of old.  of thi' days of cif  ���rolectod In- ||,'^j  'e  pi'iii-drally in]  weajjotis. J.'ifjJ  iy could tw; lei  'ei-Icoreli/i. atlilai  ed the cliaJu. ofi  tii.'in one biiijl  -ir horses to$&J  ir armor haifAss  es and lianas  oil   Cookt.  ���ople W^wAj  0051111111.'%  the proport,|  value,  of tt  nd vertisvil  .vs.  In  the i  repnved for tkl  It   I'llrliier.  n  who just  '  your joys  r to myjoyssllj  Js to my s-orrorl  ler mother.  versed,  olel   .nun. .raj  ordeal of prtfj  ow do after  i.v, he (]ne?r'ici��  DrcaiiM.  wns on (lie!  a lower  coping In it" ]  overslept jfc  ; t he art of i  with irlwu i  akesttefe*��tl  e  best tred lul  IVJOYIt LEADER:  MOVIE,  B.    0.  ...-WASTING AWAY  MARKETS.  5L.ES AND'JESTS.  >m  -lltiiden**   Won  aml just a niald,  hamnicck  u  Jinan  Iu the shade:  D-nr of lnugliint; oves.  v     '"��������� ��,~��- skies:  �����Ct' Mfc  Josoj,u  \A  Out.,  'nee of ilr  0 of'^c0sha7,{  '-   shoiua be     '  person,  *  yeuis ng0  ort'il(*!*  in ^   ll"i  T,,lis Bradwii,' \ .  lr,HS-   ��o'could'  .  "for t0 his "��!  'or over f0tt    M  tand <***,��,  P-' Hien heeopj1  th",!S'or hinuj!  ����� Ui(' hospital |,.j  sy "VKht be a^tl  SJ,,it"1 Kf W'U  Lnd r���iined ���,*,  er  four Wce^  '  hiinhe.couJdneia  'thiri,kr could -��L  ���'as Belling ^1  en removed to &]  'a�� IB-e a babvtj  ],l;e (lie summer  : little artrufcul  . of Sen t linen t:  jie'tlioirip of love begun,  bst ill is-the  THE   SAD    CONDITION     OF  MANY   YOUNG   GIRLS.  (Complied  WIIBAT-  pust week  Mothers   Should   iie   Vvry  f.'iiurui  Their   Daughters  Complain  ache,  rickle   Appetite,  Heart T'lilpltnflou.  Ol  wheat    market  , ,-   -       ,      lia* LtC" maiked bv  (Chmiig tendency during the last three  ����.��.    1.uud'1'    <��d  then   a stronger    arid  ii'-nd-i^!^ .tendency    the  first  i>iy/sin-.  ���I days  maiden s'wonl  II.h  StntiiH.      i .  t Victim���Con found you, sir!  li-jod a "guslicr.".aiid- now 1  hcic is not a drop of oil com-  th��> well!   What kind of a  u.u call that?        ,  '  ilutrat���Ingrowing gusher.  ot  j���u'-��-l>��l<l Thought.  ie pumpkin sets aglow  if.iiic.-u-s. don't you  know.  )e pumpkin, plump and bigr.  Dur fancies dance a Jig,;  e ; iimpltln makes us sigh'  tenon's roll In pie.      '  Solitary   Exception.  |ici:ils should understand tnat  n > Npocts every man of tbem  , ' ij  dm.v."   . ,    ,  L-cpt the customs officials, of  k-expects them to collect IL"  irt.  |It:i��-c  lo  Ihe :*w  Jan���1   saw  two automobiles  inp this moriilug.  Hiy-Ilow did it happen?  tan���They both tried to run  taame child. "     '"  e; when one peasant bor-  j-om another's; hearth to  own, the owner of the fire  onipany' the borrower ",to  ���'to see the fire blaze,"  the one making the loan  his, house .'and goods des-  the  devouring  element.,  ���)�� SORTS.���Symptoms, Head.  of appetite, furred tongue, and  Indisposition. These symptoms,  led. develop into acute disease;.  Jnte saylnpr, that" an" ounce    of  is worth a nound of cure."  J,ile attention at" this point may  tils of sickness and larRe doc-  ��s Tor this complaint taJcie from  ftfc/w of Parmclee's vegetable  .fo/a^ to. bed, and one or lv,"o  n/rhts in .succession, aiid.m cure  ."ectcl.  men never  leak down.'  give up untiyafjter  is a similarity in the ,niak-  |siiljitls and jokes. They are  fkely to suit our. own tastes  , e tastes of others.  a fire burns upon  the hearth  |rmans say that lightning nevor  is  used  as a  substitute  on' bicycle ,tires.  for  -Many mothers neglect the health  their  growing  daughters.   /'.Not'wilfully,  , of   course,    but  because  they  think  the occasional  headaches from  which  they suffer,   fickleness ot appetite, and pale cheeks, are the natural  resu t of the merging of girlhood into   womanhood.     This -is   a'  serious  mistake.      There  is  no  period  in    a  girrs life when she needs more attention, , and  unless    the   little troubles  are successfully treated, more serious  ones���perhaps   decline   and   consumption���are. sure to follow.     What every  .young girl,needs at this period, is u  tonic, medicine' that    will    give   her  a'rich,    red blood,  strong nerves nnd  bring ���her 'safely   through   a   critical  period Iu heriife.  .  For this purpose  there ��� is   no   other     medicine   in   the  world  can equal  Br.    Williams'  Pink  Pills.      Thousands   of girls   throughout  Canada owe their present health  and happiness to , this medicine,   and  thousands ofothers  who 'are suffering  would  soon be strong  if thov  would  give., Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Bills a fair  trial. Among the mariyyyoung ladies  who  have proved  the great  worth of  this  medicine is Miss  Jessie Beamcr,  of' Boyle,   Ont.    Miss   Beamcr    says :  "Some years ago  J,  became very "ill,  and my friends feared 1 was going-into a decline. '   1 wns   pale ; - .suffered  from   terrible headaches;  my  appetite  was  poor and   I  grew  ver/ thin. '   I  became, so  weak that  I could JinrdJy  walk.      I remained   in   this conoition  j for  several ,   months,    during ' which  i'time , It tried ' several   medicines, ' but  none  helped  me,in the least.      Then  niy mother got'mo some of Br.  Williams' .Tink Pills,    and    almost front  the   outset   they helped  me.      A.s   T  continued   the  use  of   the  Pills,    the  severe headaches left me; my'appetite  returned and I gained  in weight'.    In  fact*;   1  was   Esoon   . enjoying    perfect  health,- and  have   since continued  to  do   so.    1  ^attribute   this    entirely  to  the'use  of Br.   Williams'   Pink  3'ills,  and will ,be glad if some other weak*  and ailing girl'will profit by 'iny 'experience. "c       '     ,     .  Pale and sallow cheeks, dizziness,'  headaches, palpitation of the heart,  and the feeling of weariness that afflicts S(�� many young girls will soon  disappear if Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  are used. ' Those pills also cure rheumatism, dyspepsia, kirine.y ailments,  St. Vitus' dance, and the other troubles that come from poor blood and  weak nerves. Sold by all dealers- in  medicine or sent1 post paid at f.O  cents'a box, or six boxes for , j>2.."i'),  by addressing the "Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville.- Ont.  three  Jn  tiV   a niflnLh  up to  Saturdav.  J a, the American  noderate  " "  *"      x  nt  feeling seems  to pro-  week's review we notic-  k<*ts,   a h  the    fluctuations  is  nvn  speculative markets  activity has 'set in  and  moie confident  vail, in las  ed  the position of the September op-  Chicago,  the price of which  | *<? fe'ono up to 86c on the 20th ult  ihis was lurther advanced until  95c  wis     the    closing quotation    M the  month    went out..    The exit    of the  -September option   seems to  have    a'  steadying effect on the different mar-  durmg the  last  three  days  , , in  ejuotations  have  advanced or declined more in unison  turn previously., The closing quotations on Friday, although they show  about 1c advance on three davs are  very little different��� from what they  .were a week!ago, except on the May  delivery, 'which shows { to *c ' advance. Cash trade in the States and  export trade at the seaport is called  moderate, at the same time there  a considerable movement, u's sho  by shipping, statistics.  Manitoba wheat has,been fai'rlv active.- during the week, and a considerable business has been done.   At the  beginning  of     the   week   the     feelin"-  was  dperessed  and   buyers held   back  and would only take wheat when the  price was shaded.   BatterJv, however  buying   has   been   on   a  better   scale.  Prices  have fluctuated  J'ronr 68ic to  ODJc. for  Xo.   1  hard,   delivery  'first  hfllf of     October,. and  from  G7J     to  68Jc,   delivery last hah", October,  the  outside   pi;ice   being   obtainable    Friday.    Xo'.  1   northern sells at 2c less  than Xo. 1 hard, and Xo.' 2 northern  at 2>3c under Xo. 1 northern.,   There  is  almost     nothing   doing in     lower  grades yet.   but Xo.  3 northern   has  been   sold   at, 62c,   October   delivery,  and   No.  4   wheat at ;*38c.   All  prices  are   in   store Port  William ' or     Port  Arthur.  Country Wheat���Parmers are delivering freely at all points, and ihe  market is steady at 53c to 00c per  bushel for best'grades, according i.u  rate Of freight. .       ,  , OATS���Beceipts* of oats are increasing and the, market is weaker.  Local  dealers'arc quoting 23   to 25c  jauers of thia paper will  be pleas-  ,1,.,   ? ,"'"'"   thflt   there  is   at   least   one  ��..i7 .       dis-eabe     that    science   iius   been  ���   .     ��  c,ure  in  all  its  stages,   and    that  ������>   tat a/Hi.    Hall's   Catarrh   Cure   is   th��  I'/tsitiye   cure'    now   known    to     ti.e  lraternity.    Catarrh   bc-inn   a con-  .JOiiuI    disease   reauireb    a> constitute eutiaent.    Hall's    Catarrh     Cure  t> ,   i i      ini^inally,   actimr  dlrectlv    upon  i; v.   oiood   and   raucous   surfaces   of    the  ��.>-ui/i.     thereby   destro^in-/   the   founda-  nent   streiijBtil���"86���^'SlVil,K-.the   pa'  mtuiion   and  it ������ woi-1:.    The  fp.^Vlt *}? cu,ra[tiv�� nowera that  thev of-  i"   line   Ilundred     ���   ���- -  dmi   it   fails   lo  tcitimoriials.      Address  P.   .].   CIIKSEY   & (CO  '5u.,  iy 1'iIJs  are  the  Best,  Sold    l,y   druggists,  iiall s  Family Pii}s  H is said  that only Mecca,  in  Pm,  and   .I'hessa,  in Thibet,  are  closed    to ��� Christian    preachers,  100 years ago nearly the whole'world  outside of Kurooe  and  shut.  A.ra-  now  but  aid erica  was  BABY'S-FjRST TOOTH.  J-'umlly  Kv/'iU   That,   Does Sat Alw.iy*  ISiliij; Uiimixcd Joy.  a  s first,   tooth, does not' come  unannounced. Inflamed gums and impaired  digestion     produce  a feverish  unci fretful condition about which the  mother often feels concern. The baby  hoy   of   Mrs.    George McGregor,    of  Hamilton,  Ont:,    was troubled   -wit'h  diarrhoea   while    teething",and     was  cross and restless.   He did,not "sleep  wll    and  matters   became,     serious.  The mother  writes .as follows:     "My,,  sister   had used Baby's Own Tablets  'or her  baby and  advised' me  to   try  tlu-m.   3  got a box  and  after giving  the Tablets to the baby a few' times  he began   to   improve  and   was   soon'  well, lie is now a big, healthy baby,  and  whenever he gets-fretful or does  not feel'well J give him a tablet and  he is soon all right again."  t   Baby's  Own    Tablets, replace    with  great advantage castor oil and other-  nauseous, griping drUgs.  They sweeten the stomach, quiet the nerves 'and  promote  healthful   sleep. '   They    are  KiM'rantoed to contain no opiate and  to   be absolutely harmless.     Jf your  druggiest does not keep them you can  obtain a full sized box by mail,  post  paid, by sending 25 cents to the Br.  Williams'    Medicine    Co.,   Brockville,  Ont.,   or  Schenectady,   X.   Y.  ves&r cvf- am^ faeces /  ' .. A J* I  r'��� u  �������������������������� ��-��-<H>-��-3>��-�� �����������>> **+*���  GOOD MONEY EARNED  Knitting,for u?. Other inducements  to right part'os. We lent new machines. Sttnd for particulars at once.  Ontario.Furnishing Co. Toronto, Ont  ^���^ **��� �� ��.��,��.o<����0^ ���^���^0"<*O��<"*��  T.  H.  METCALFE &  CO.  Grain and Commission Morohants.  Hif;Ii��iSt prii:cn paid for vvliuat, oats, barley or flax in c-arlot*.,    "VViro or write  me  rfor prict'ii, before stilling:.    Liberal  advances made  on   consignments   mid   handled  on commission.   Licensed and liondecl.  P. O. J5ox fi50, Wlnnipcff, 3T��n.  women arc good  lhey find'ft out.  looking im-  l^ove may lx> blind  thors see everything  in  but small  ight.  . C. C. Bicliards & Co.  leinen,���My daughter,   13 years  as thrown  from   a sleigh    and  her elbow so badly it rcmaiu-  ff and  very  jminful     for   three  Four   bottles   of-  il EST completely  �����  not  been   tj;oubled   for   two  Yours   truly,  ���J.  B. BKVKSQU1D.  l-losoph, P.Q.,  Aug.   18,   1.900.  Though  the ostrich   may. not  gambler he has, tips  on many  be a  races.  Dyspepsia  or  indigestion   is  occasioned  "by "the   want   of   action     in     the   Miliary  duels,   lots of  vitality'in the stomach  lo  ; secrete  the'gastric  juices,   without  which  d'prc.stitiii   cannot  pro   on ;. also   being  the  principal   cau.se  of   Headache.    Pat-melee's  m-iiv\ iVrv.mI 'Vegetitble  Pills taken before going to bed  Jll.NAUU r> . for  a  S4-ju-|o  never fail   to   give   relief and  cured  her and   effect n euro.   Mr/ F.  W.  Ashdown." Ash-  down,   Out.,   writes,:      "Parmeiee'.s   Pills  are   taking   the   lead   against     ten    other  innkoi.'   which.I   have  in   stock,"  j-ly is inly skin deep,   but  plimit up from the bone.  ugli-  1-  cer  roni a cat's  point  of view a suu-  of cream is the Map of luxury.-    .  ft'onjclia,   a' plagiarist isn't  " tlie author of a play.  ne-  BV  >onshire, England, if a fire  bhic and dead, it is thought  ^ forerunner of death or dis-  "t that house.  ]'\>w women know how to grow  gracefully,   and     even   . they   do  want   to.  ^1M  .�� never was,  o.nd   never  will   be,   a  f<a I'luuiceti,  in one  remedy,, for nil  "liich Hush   is  heir���the very    na-  many  curatives   being   such   that  l-ll,f Keims  of, other   and  differently  ulseuses  rooted   In   the   system   of '  u!��ut~wliat   would     relieve  one   UI -  '' wou).'.  aggravate   tho   other.    Wu ;  hOMever,   in   Quiiiino   -Wine,    when ���  Biiiiijio in sound,  uiutdulteratod state,  fwiy Jen iiiiiny  and trrievoun Ills. By  J'��'luiil u.���|  Judicious  use    the  frail- |  I'jMi'ins    ,lr,.   jeij     ||lt(,   convalesence  ��MrCniC     1,y  Ul�� influence which  Qui- ,  iii.        ��" "-luro'a own  reHtorotive.i, i  "t.Vl"  the drooping  spirits  of   those  'wioin  u   chronic    state   or   morbid  pnoeiKv  all(|   |(lck   of   jntort,st   in   life  '.iM'a.se,   ftmlp    by  tranquilir.ing  the  dispoHCH  to  oouiid  and  refreshing  "ipiMts vlKOr  to  tho  action or tho  ui'h    ,i   ���   l,l'inK   Htiinulated,   courses  Li,"    ll"'   veins,     strengthening '  the  "v  "iiiinal   functions of the system.  "iuklnK  uctlvlty   a   necessary   ro-  lnlt"fi .'."'"'"K th0 'rame,  and giving  t.io digesuve  organs,   which   natu-  i inmul increased   su'istanco���result,  ii.?.h 1LUU^lhe,   Northrop   &   Lvinan.  '���'lo.     have  given    to'    tho  public  " I   iicjj- Quinine  wine at  the  usual '  htisil    ,i KUuKc��I   by     the    opinion   of  *ci!.vk    l,ls win0  approaches     nearest  . K'���� sell  uy    lu    th0   tnttrket-       A11  ST. JACOBS OIL  For Stiff and Swollen Necks.  MY. Hooper, 57 Grosvcnor street,  Belfast, writes:��� "Having from a  cold got a very stiff and painful  swollen neck,, I tried all the usual  remedies without effect. I was almost giving it up, when a book was  placed on my counter describing St.  Jacobs Oil. I procured n bottle, and  had scarcely rubbed it on my neck  when I folt better, in a short tinio  the pain left mo and ' the swelling  went down. Finding it so good in  this case, T' then tried it on my  ankle, which I had sprained, and  which was frequently very painful. 1  soon had the pleasure of finding that  pain also disappear. 1 must say I  consider St. Jacobs Oil of groat  value.  I*r bushel for Xo: 2 white'in carlots  on track, Winnipeg, and 23c for feed  white.' At country' points from 18  to 20c is being 'paid for fanners'  'loads,  according to location.  BARLEY���Belivcries are increasing  and the market is easier. - Malting  barley js worth--33c per bushel.in cars  on t,rack, Winnipeg,' and feed grades  27   to  30c ' '    '  FLAXS.RF.D���The market is opened  nt SL.15" per bushel to farmers at-  country points. - ��� ^  SPRBT52-���This grain is beginning  to offer at 30c per bushel.of 50"lbs.',  to  farmers. ,  bro-      TTAY���56  to  S7  per  ton    for  fresh  baled  in  carlots on  track,  Winnipeg.  POTATOES���30c per bushel * ,  '   POULTIIY��� Spring chickens,   -io to  60c per  pair,  alire;   fowl,   60  to  7uc  ducks,  9e per pound: turkeys,   10    to  lie,   live  weight.  BUTTER ��� Creamery���Prices arc  higher at 17��c to ISc per ,lb. f. <>. b.  factory points. '    ,  BUT1 EH���Bairy���Receipts - of dairy  butter are not sufficient to"supply all  the demand and tho market is firm.  Commission houses are paying 12 to  14c for choice to finest dairy, commission basis,  in pails or, bricks.  CI1EESK���10J2c per pound is being  paid for best makes, delivered in'the  city.  EGGS���The ruling price is lGic per  dozen for choice eggs, subject'to  candling.  Bit ESS EB MEATS ���Beef, city  dressed, 5-i* to 6��i\ country stock ic  less; 'mutton, S to 9c; lamb, 11.Jc:  hogs,  9 to 9|c.  HIDES���Dealers are now paying  6ic for No. 1 hides, 5^c for No. 2,  and 'li for No. 3. Calfskins same  price as hides. Horse hides 50c to  $1 each  SENECA   ROOT���Dealers  are   talking lower prices and are not willing  to��pay,ovcr  56c for best root  deliv-  Winnipeg.   which   is  2c     less  J'latiinun has been, drawn into wire  so fine that eighteen strands of it  twisted together could be inserted into the hollow of a human hair., ,  A mar. is often reminded of something he has forgotten only to discover he can't remember what it was.  ���s>  'rooches.  ������S @00��0000����0005Xe)������  old  not  CACH ONE of the nine  Diamonds in the Brooch  shown here   is  a' faultless  gem.  This is our No. 4704,  which we sell for $175���We  guarantee the quality.  Write for "our new catalogue. It  Illustrates-an unlimited variety of  choice Jewel prices.   ���  Ryrie Bros.,  Jewelers,  Yonje and Adelaide Sfreeiv, ||  8 Toronto. IS  if-you suffer  with   what  is  generally  known as a bad liver.,   . ,'"  .: FJensing^s No. 8, Liver PiJSs.  will effectually relieve the worst'case'  of .bilious headache, constipation, in-  .digestion and by cleansing and purifying the stomach relieve the system  of many of the po,isons5that'bring on  fevers. Ask youikiDriiggist for them,  if he has none send us 25c for a, bottle, or SI.00 for 5 bottles.  FLEMING'S DRUG STORE, BRANDON,  ered   in  week's     prices.      Inferior  ranging from  2 to 3c be-  this figure.  than   hist  grades an-  low  suc-  ln chasing the ideal   one oiton  coeds  in catching up with  the material.  of  ���t !    A   trolley  car     runs  t-he .streets  of  Jerusalem !  J'ip-ohamller   in  Pokl-v".    hears    the  of W'. Westri  Front    street,  high-sounding  nster Abbey.  What a shock it  would  be  people if they could see us as  ourselves.  to  most  we sec  Minard's Liniment Cures Diswur.  RM0$  fum.s made  |the 0  [Mill  ftal  of aluminum  are used  ei'inan-Army.'   They are light-  tfive a louder  and   more' mii-  '0ll"d than those made-of other  m  Rotation  ho  !X'-Wendci]  fSe s.i,    ,": ,s the method that plants  S3v' t?0] hy the side of the ballot-  T'hillips.  tlie  jsure  more  The  we do the more we can  ) more busy wo are the more  ' we have.���Hazlitt.    .'-.'���  '  m  T��!ipu(.  ���vea w|,  "E arid  palm  of    Ceylon  (>l1  are  sometimes   20  1B '(set broad.  has  feet  When a  Russian  family moves r.'oni  another    they   always  from   tho  hearth   ol  the   ohi'  domicile   and   carry   it   in   a  closed  not to  their new residence.  one   bouse   to  rake  al.!   the   fire  JJVE STOCK.  CATTldv���There is a good export  movement of range cattle, the shipments amounting to over 2,000 bend  per bead. Best exporters arc still  ruling at -1c per pound, point of shipment.1   Butchers'  cattle ,3  to  3ic.  SHEEP���Receipts of sheep are  ample for all rec|uireinents of tlio  market and prices hold steady at 3J  to 3;ic per pound off cars Winnipeg.  Lambs arc  worth  .'"He per pound.  j IOCS���-Demand is very active owing to the good sale 'or cured meats.  Packers are quoting 6J- to GJe. inferior grades Jcto lc less.  ' MIECIi COWS���Cows -are scarce.'  Good milkers readily bring S43 in  this market. the range being from  ��35  to .945 each.  HORSES���There is a. good demand  for work horses and an active trade  is doing, in these. Driving horses are  also in good demand.       ���      .  Blood  When an animal is all ran down,  has a rough coat and a tight hide,  anyone knows that his blood is oat  of order. To keep an animal economically he must be iu good health.  Swallows fly low before a rain because (he insects they pursue are then  nearer to the ground to escape the  moisture of the upper air. .  WfLSOiy^ FLY PADS  WILL   RID   YOUR   HOUSE   OF  FLIES   Ui   A   FEW   HOURS.  Petroleum is oerived , from vegetable and animal substances that were  deposited in and associated with the  forming of rocks.  Is stamped in plain letters on every  cigar, look for it then for that sweet  fle.vor for which  the cigar is noted, i  GEO. F. BRYAN & CO., Winnipeg  Unless the soap you  use has tins brand you  are not getting the best  &,K for the Octneon B��>  '. Tlie Smallest Itcfiticst.  An inhabitant of 1'Borssell, in Zealand, lias inherited probably the  smallest , .legacy., 'oh-record.- except,  perhaps, iho proverbial shilling-. THs  kon died in the Butch Indies, leaving  behind him effects to the value ol"  13 .penco halfpenny, jto which the I'u-  thcr is h ir. '1 h.' money is payable  at Middolbtu'g, and the man will have  to walk ten Butch'.leagues'for it, los-  injl ulso a day's work .--'Hie Tticle-  I-endame Beige.  BLOOD PURIFIER  is a necessity where the best results  ���from feeding would be obtained.  It tones up the system, rids the  stomach of bots, worms aud other  parasites that suck the life blood  away.  Nothing like Dick's powder for  a run down horse.  50 cents a package.  Learning, Miles & Co., Agents,  .nONTREAL.  Write for Book on Cattle and IIo::scs free.  "KELPIOM" *-L"'  H^LghptamB     MW��H ointment.)  Endorsed by best English madloaljournala.  Supplied to British soldiar? In South Africa.  For all Throat and Gland Troubles, Lumps,  Abscesses, Old Soros, Ulcers, Fslons, Skin  Diseases, Eczema, Pimples, Stiff Joints,  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, Bruises,  Piles, Cuts, Sore Feet, Pleurisy.  Sold by Druggists, 23c.   Try It once.  Musical  vibrations  explosives to go off.  will   cause  high  ��r*3PEi?lJlL f&APLE SYRUP  Tbo quality standard from   Ooean   to  Ocean.   Tour money back If not   a&t-  im'actorj-. - -   ,  ROSE& CA FIAMME, Agts., MONXBE.U.  IJ AVE VOU SEEN,IT? WHAT? LEE'S'  L Priceless .Recipes, 3.000 secrets Xor  j,he home, farm, laboratory, workshop,  and every cdepurtment of human endeavor,- with full index to contents; 368  pages, bound in cloth; send 25 cents for  a copy, ' and it' you think the book is  not worth the money send it back; and  your money .will be refunded; this is a  flood side line for canvassers. Write fc-  lei-jns if you want to canvass. WILLlAit  BRIGGS, Methodist Book-room, Toronto,  Ontario.  '"lie coabab tree continues  to grow  in length after it has been felled.  HM's Liniment Cures DuiMlieria.  An  a nee  men.  expert    is a man whose ignor-  overshadows   that of ordinary  After /OVcr-Indulgence ���  get your stomach' and liver  into proper condition by using this renowned old family,;  remedy  9  Lover's Y-7, (Wise head) Dsinfoctant  Soap Powder is a boon to ��uiy lioine. It  disinfects and cleanses at  the same time.  In Cambridgeshire, England, there  is a curious belief to the effect that a  fire started by a lightning stroke can  only be quenched  by milk.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Elc.  If the wife is a slave to fashion the,  poor husband must of a necessity be  a slave to the almighty dollar.  There are cases of ./consumption so' far  advanced that Bickle's Anti-Consumptive'-.  Syrup will not cure, but none so bad  that it will not give relief. For coucrhs,  colds, and all affections of the throat,  lungs and cbost, it is a snecific which  has never been known to fail. Tt nro-  motea a' freo and easy expectoration,  thereby removinir the ohlegm. ami gives  the. .deceased'parts a chance'to 'heal:  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  gB^er^ star's o  >V^-r-o^^^^  !_ako,   13.  O.  Situated midst si-oncry unrivalled for  prtuuleiir. The most complete heulth ro-  sort on the continent of >'ortli America.  It* buthH cure all Xcrvoiw, und Muion-  lar di*<��nH��s. Its wctoru henl all Kldnsy,  Liver and Stomach ailments.  They are u nrver-fnillni; romedj- for all  liheuimUic troublert.  TERM-i  $15 to $13 per -week,   according  to residence-, in Hot*' or Villas.  W.  N.   U.  No.   397.  Tf brevity is the soul of  of oi'/r modern jokesmiths  soulless  wit some  must    be  Laugh  you  you  growl  and  the  world  laughs  with  and the world  laughs  at  IT ���  ^rr.     Enos  writes:     "I    am  Thomas'- 'Eclec-  claini   it   to   be'-'  Sold Everywhere.   In bosos, 25 cents.  The Sicilians say...that tire will not  burn a'man born on St. Paul's day  (January 25), but' that. if a woman  be burned on that day the sore \vi 11  never heal -and:,will. eventually cause  her death/according to the St.Ixmis  Republic.-" -'.    '���'��� ,        .     -.  t'-\N"     RECOMMEND  ��� iornboi-ry.    Tusearora.  "���leased   to   sav   that ��� Bt;  trie-   Oil   is   all   that   vou  as ve have been usin<x it'.i'or vpmi-s, both  interriollv aiid externalb-��� ;,and'"have nl-  v.'iivs r>"��-oi\od benefit from lis ii"o. Ft is  our'..family medicine: and' take iiic-m* nlea-  su're   in   t'eeominendinif. yit."       ''  k  Some inen make a' specialty of being honest, only becnuseit. pays better  than-'dishonesty.  MARD'S -LIHIMENT' Mm Nsnralgrii.   :  Men are becoming scarcer -year after year. So says a German statistician: and he predicts that 3,000  years hence there will be only one  man to 220 -women..  i ,. i'  '      I   ', !  r)    '  . *-    "'       '       i  i  r  vt-    .  -.   *!,  i     i, 6'  '<  i r   *  1 ',' '���  ��� *i.  fi III LEAD  ���Published Sr�� tho iiif-U'or'fc oi thd people  otMoyio and .W Kootenay.        j For Getting a   Beautiful Watch and  Chain Free.���ZSTo Money Required  Every Man, Woman, Boy or 3irl  baa the Same Opportunity under  our System.  i-. J.BKZlxra CO.,   -   -   -   Publishers, i  I. 0. 0. F.  Wildcy ��odgo No* 44  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall oh Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  F. J. SllYTE.  .   .Noble, Grand.  i.ATZ8 or jjCBScnirxr'oN.  One Year  ..52.00  P. D. Hope,  Secr'y.  SATURDAY, OCT. !>���}, 1902.  In order to have Dr. Arnold's Eng-  13ish Toxin Pills placed in the hands ot j  all persons suffering iroin   bad   health  ������Ion inr.de garters .re the  last   t0 I ��� make the   following   most  liberal  uidod to the. libt of articles" bearing]  offe  1 i  , ll-.'". *   '.  -1 '1;    '  BL  ��� r��� ^- -     �����>���- .  If you will send us your name 'and  ���nidrusa and agroo to sell for us twelve  ��� 1 in said that when a b'aby  girl ia J'^-'es o; Dr.  Arnold's English  Toxin  horn sac at snee   begins   to  yell for J P^ie at 2ke. per box. we will give you  clothes, and she nevDr   gets  o\ or  the j -'��� ���-���^ox.v^i-.ly Fhv,u a ueautifui. Watch  habit. ��� I -,-^' Gru;;- iu either .Ladies or Cents j  ���" or your choice   of twenty other  Harvey   &   McCarter,  FOAT STEELE, B.C  Harvey, McCarter & I'Jnkiiain,  KEVKLBTOI'Il, b. 'c.  Barristers & Solicitors.  W��� I\ GTJRD,  T~X���Wtr*-".'riSrr>" ~^ ���asi���-��� Time"!  .'or voiding tho water  piper, in  i'  ,j    j-JL.    i.  I'  :-s .'  luv/n  bajuustej:, sor-ioiToa;, exo.  CBAHT.R00K, , ^b.C  '  ', '  il.    ;  I'i' '  " v      11  "ll   JI  ',.���< I.'.  1--'v. ���  until rdtsi' yoi; sell the pills  and you  don't, luve to ndl  any  ir.ci'o   than 1-J  , ho.'.'"' 10   1,7.6   ti),'.   pn-i-.U^lUt-.      jfidri   13  i'y I a ! >na inlc o'V- I: .; . ,t reliable  con-  - ld|'v;i.-i tin. I :..!- fi',, r; f iiiiii.-'.iii'i-   i'-f  d.ii-  ���*-���'.  '-v \,oii|. ..I ���,ro:ni:mn.��   io   .i},T-nt?  all  ..OvUilry.      Jh-inernhei'  nisi?  imold a English Toxin  pills  ..>.-- j o.   xk.r,.,   ccflti  be; ftw, a veu known remedy -for all ,dis-  l--i.hioy    and,   hJ.'.iLJC"-. i   $  LEWIS THOMSON,  .   1 y' v  i j  ...  u   "'     .        C   1 cjl.2 -k' 1  , ~ I  ...   . .x.   ..   -.  iltl.-'-- -    '< h.;   ?f.-.r t  .kike ivj^ v^.c;  product .oiiuij  a j that Ih  .1  lllj   :t-r.'J,,.ci'   th-  Moyie,  ?0.iT.'l-i;lW  .rovn-j's Lii^^i.va- ijotei  7 ' inni.r,,. ;.  ���f rro.ro.d.ii'I.  ,-i'fiitotion to  the  iWj  roasdailo uayc that while he  v..- iira'. nt..'iahfav 'representing ihe  ~\i:o.i board oi trade on the lead  '.uui.iv'n  lie   heard  _ Jjj /t''ti'  ji/ighi'-. di-cH-.;/,;, diabetes, rhoutnatihtu. I Jk^4^' |il  nor vou- irjiibies, and female eora-  'plahu,". and are for yalc by1' ail first  dnsis didggisft and defllora in medicines in all parta of the world., You  have only to show them to sell  them.  Do Yon Want to Make a Dollar? If so  ainoia  AO-XAllY 'PUEhlO, ACCOViJ-  ���I.!?.' f, Co.V.MIMSlON AND  JN.HI'KANOB'AaBN'i'.  a Safe Investment at  ~J��,J       #&^*jA ajB>waaC��'  ., . \ "      ",   y ou are not offei ing the people some  the   opimons ,of,j thing they dou,fc kn0ff>   0ur^ watche  _ ���   ..etches  jna-iy -.rho were thoroughly conver- are the regular standard size for Ladies  ���'-.ant with the conditions, and as a re- or (lentlomen in nickel Or^ Gun Metal  'idt Ids views liavo  been  changed  in   r.a?ce   fr5lh    handsome    illuminated  ao;  If  j>  Q  ^ ���, TJ?'�� fl��l 200,000 of the-so^hares have already boon eubscribed, and .shares aro uow zoVnuij a 15 ce^'<,,  ^ on calls of 2* cent's per mouth, according to the term* of the prospectus, 'and the 4th ldo',000 aro to b�� '��S?'  ���SO al 20 conts, tlio 5th at 2o cents on tho sarao toriua.' ' ' '   . ������ " (ii  k  ���    The best of i accommodation's  ^for the traveling'public.  ' 4  %  U<i  il-    '2,000,000"!  I2ATI0N, TWO MILLION DOLLARS;   -,  Par Vahe-.$1 Each,  r>.. ,���7     i��� >      ,i   v 1 oad be  !he  first in  your locality  to  Canada oloue, end as thr.t wns only  a  cam one of  those  beautiful, pra!Jsheg  is   soon   as ore receive  MERCHANT     TAILOR  little oyer a third   of   what   was pio-  and chain.   A  duced in the Kcctcnaye   in  J.900, for j your letter or post .card we" will  send  :n��taCw. it could be ceen-that\hc 0in-1^" P��J P^, f���lve boxes, together!        TTJhe   SUitih^ , UVei-coalirag        I  croaao.ol  duty   ashed would   be  very j ^ti^y^^ c�������� ^' .,  -t^^ ,-P^    %6&        j  tar iroia mlording a satisfactory  solu-  name and address  on  as our author-  MOYI'fe '.       '  S-   fel  i.:ed Agent,    Bear in  mind   that you  will not be  asked   to   sell   any   more  than the 15 boxes and .we doit't want  axv :t0XEY until after you have   sold  them.' We bear ail the expense  and  are only making .this liberal offer  as a  Three-quarters of the  Capital Stock in the treasury, $10,000 in cash and, all demands rttjd 10 dsfci  isouroes:   GOLD, COAL ��� COPPER, SILVER, AND TOyhfSlTE OF GAETRELL.'   '*    '  tion oi the whole ouest:oe.  ���-"hi. 'E -ft-*-!- rr-rr;  One J. ill. O'cclrle 0: J-Iask. upbraids  tho board of trade through' the Koote-  naiau for attempting io  stoclt. Koote-  JU  ; ��  ���*^*�� ��i������ if?-* --*��������-��.��������  For further information apply'td the .     ', ���      ' '       ,      ������   "  Omcial Brokers of the Ashnola Smelter Limited.  -   1    . ���      ,,      , ',    PONTON & MURRAY, Toronto, Ont ' H< R��CAMERON, Winnipeg,' Man.  "    - A. W MOORE & CO., Victoria," B.  C. E' J' STEEL' WhSO*. B. C.  /   C. S. DOUGLAS & CO. Vancouver,."   ��� BEALE/ HUTC&iSON & E^VEtt,  W. N.S&GA^NDN, Momobu^u'/O'A't - - JfoyieAc.'  aay lake with   black   basa.    Ke  says   method   ol   advertising   Dr.  Arnold's  that black U���b  are  most undesirable  ^"Jf ^  ri,Us^   D��n'fc,    del��\'  Wnoie tro'.ii cnisl  and   should   bo  in'-  trciii-ced   only   into   isolated    waters  .vhei-e  tiioy   cannot  spread  and  mi-  iriaLe.     That   hrook'   trout,    without  'yH'sMon,   will   ,-nvnriably    disappear  befoie the neiv  and  pugnacious mar-  7.U'l"r.j and in mo&L caeca the trout are  ihe preferable iis'u.    However, even  if  lbi=:e is some truth in  Ibis, if is not  likely that the 25 black  bass  leceutly  pin in Moyie lake  will do  any  great  1 'iiu-jiint of (l.im.-igo in this  generation,  at least the people here are not worrying ovei the matter.  write  at once  and  earn  a   beautiful  present for yourself for Christmas.  Address ARNOLD 3IEDICI>'JE CO.'s  Dept. 121.   50 Adelaide St. Eas,t, Toronto, Out  Beale'^ Hutchison  & Elwell-���-2L  saroer  In McGregor Building.  Open Wendiiesdays  , and Saturdays.  W. ft. Stoke, Prop.  ; Btead'Offioq of &e Company, febba^ ��-W;0 Block, Nelsoii, % ft .  '<���   CODE ADDRESS,'-'   ASHNOLA," NELSON, B.C. CfodorMoreing1 & Neal.'-P'.  0., BOX 714.   TEL.'NO.M  CHAS.  P.  CAMPBELL,  . TiinerAl Director  and^^. > ;  E&ti'aiiiiet. !  COLLECTION DEPARTMENT.  rt-.|".-fa.-i L-_-g>Tio-���,^i  i'e.n-ioi-ii��{j Co����jiC-r.  mo ti-:-iperir,g oi" ooppe: i,i> 7   hard-  :ie=,a i.-uCi-kient to muke it   useful  a.s  a  cutting tool is   not   now   understood.  Whether it  wa&   ever   understood   we  are ".nable to say.    Il is often   classed  3iuong the -''lost   arts,"   but   we   take  v.ith ..ame grains of alio-.van se.i  t!ie 10-  ��� pons of the excellence :A   turn per  oi  ancient   copper   tools.    The ancients  -.'.-���ed coppoi   because  ihuy  could  not  ��et iron ur slerl^ hut piol.tljly had not  iku'ic'i,   b-.-tt'wt    nitcccrja     Jhiui    copper  wckivu.- of  today  in   gcttin"   a  hard  ���nt ting edge, b.iy.-j   the   h'nn   ''Yanckco  ICxainiiJC':'.  Vv'u make a specialty in this department, and are noted for- our promptness- iu collecting and making quick  returns.  *^^r^ya^^nxKjsa^c^^xsTaov^  heavy teaming  (  0   ,:-als6^-  BAGGAaE,    Express   and    Geserai  Deu*veky.|  MOTTE.  CRANBROOK, Be C.  Areated Waters of all  Kinds.  Orders Solicited.  Graduate of Clityaijwoii College oi \he  United Siia,t.e3. .Upholsleriijg and general furniture repairing. Office and.-  store; Aiken'a ' b|o.ck, pear, Canadian'  Bank of Commerce. ..Telegraph and'  mail orders promptly attended to.  Cranbrook', B. "0.,  ter anl. M\U\  ft  *v  ^  ager Beer,  i^-.jt  MINERAL   ACT  "1806.  (FOIUI   3--.J  CEinmcAXB oPjMPEovnM^s. '5Socia Water  and Syphens.  We have not advunced th j price of  'i.U" toikiccuo.     .' uihojL   sniokmg    tu-  ittcjr-, :;v..b= Currency and j'.di t'hiy  ''in '-",.-'i,2, t.JI;j.u^o.J :u'0 tiie sal.'.-, m/x  .'.ih! pneo to thk i',ont)'.n:er :.o fenn-  .^!y. \ic h.r,o ulc-o e.Jtndcd tho  oiiiiC :'o;- tho radomption   of   iSnov.fjhoe  .y . \: .->i'ry .'.-t, j.'.)0i.  XOTIC13.  '.-"tiiii-crrLotionatMiupral CJi-.hn, 'ituatc In  t.ic-ko-i -.tLoici Mining ill,i<.-:on ol  hi.-,t  iCooic-i  nfi.v Diiaitct  Wl., ���'. 1,      ', ,|._ (_,!!  s, )];,,.���   ),,),  10. F. DE3AULNLER  I .. PEAIEH  IS  Tu'cc iio'.U.-thKl !, Tho"-, T.  McViitlc,   I".  ?i   |  \��.  < , :-..>. ;���. C'jk ;, >���'_:..I,-., jot  cni'v.. c. rnircii, fir-j I  yjj  :>iii.ir'   - m.Cc.iif  >.o.  h   i':r,7(, inti-iui'spt--  li:j-ii"ir'li itli.t-l,t-(.-(if, :o iipjilj to  Ui^  Mi:i-  !i" Its."  -i",'i I"or .1 Oriiii',itr ol  'mju0"0jnc Mt"  "'..  11.0 V'.Il.O.-: ,jl rUtlxrlill., n (JlOS.ll   GKtl't   oi  trie nbik. ij cli'ir.i.  A^iid [lii'.nii   t^i.c notioL  Iii'.' i.'ilon   uudi.r  '."i . '   "., r.i'i-,t he c'ncii.i'i.fjcd '(."-.'foa.- the i^*.n-  aii'i hi -.uci >"v.i tiiiv :,u: o.'jiiipiovi-niL:"..-.  . \-n day nf Au;?ii-t, 1-V.  t-'llAr. C. rA.KIUJIJ,,  ; ���. 'iiio.-j. t. itcv j l'J j j:. /.k.-ih  jj. in! 'i.i  PROMPT DELIVERY.  Queens' A^e.      MOYIE  'i:-  "*    J*         '  .,  ���ty:  (.  '    .       I'.,-,     ._l1'       w.  ��i ��� i  -��� ; -  -e,::, ��,     .  .' .. -; ;  ! y .c-u-  :iA uuint,    boating.'".  wiling  vau ; erxu  vsionfk      Telogtaphic  con?.-  rnun'icati'c  i'l    With'   k:l    j-krik    oi  the  work;, Two kiaiib airivc and depart  daily. Teiins, ii;I5 to Sj"l.S vi^r week  according to residence in hotel or  vi:i:\a, Its baths cure'all nervous and  u.kk.uhkr ditcaaes. lis wafers heal all  kiii'iu-',*,  liver  and   i'tomrtcii   troubles.-  re :i<i invaluable  ,'d-":.*' kkd loo.'1   ijoi'ioniiir.y  ,;j,  liver  and  ,(.'��'-.-  fy  ii'fhUAL act yyy  "7-    '     ���' ' l^1  ,i|.-      -J'll.C.'..'   ill    i'.U-  "'       '"'     ''    S' ' ' I'. ��� '���     '   .1.    I'        '.! - '      !\'(J  IK 111.  rl; u'.'J.  Wrerclo.- '.     -  ,. :\, . cr.v..: i.nd f-ukjv.uj  Inii.' .   .     . ��� -  Talteiiotleoilir.M/li-.o.s. '.I. .WcVittic, P; Al.  C.'Ko: 'BtellCkyyut Tot Ciius. C. ,'Karrcll, 'i'l-wi.  Minor's :<;o,-l'iiic,-i;c :%",>, i; ���.i:;f,7C!,' intend sixty  days Trom tho daily iioi-i.-o.i', to apply to the Mia-'  iugr Tlccordcr for a Co rl i licaic of Imi.rovcnieiit?,  for the purpose of oUaluim: jy Ciov/n Grant, of  the above (.'.hiijii,  . Aiui birtiiL-rmkc notice ihiit (ictiori, Under  tactioni 07,11'iiist be coiiiiy.i.'UcGd boforo UVeissu-  Micu of such (!(.ilii\i'!i|.; i..f J.rnprovumciits;  liaU'l this 22ud day of August;-lDO'J.  'CiiAS.. C. l'AKr.KLL,  .'���a.l VJiO;-. T, Mf-VH- .       A-'klt,^  P  li   s  gggrycy^BjKjf^-^-��^1*jaea=-a  World's   Scenic   Route'  BIR1CT  East  Wiunipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  St. John  Halifax  Boston  New York  -,   West'  "$fciiit�� i6t.;6icelled in the couiitry,  Hiy it j  Tbe convinced.  r�� v .  I,  n  wh  Pf  H' P  rP. F. "JORJV810ft  ^Yestmineler  ^  Vancouver  . Victoria  Skaguay  Dawson  ,    Seattle  -      '��� Portland  San Francisco'  ll'This Hotel'is New-'knd welL-Fiifnieiied. Jjf  Tables are Supplied with the Best (tfl  Market affords. The Bar is Filled wit  'theEest Brahdsof LiqiibrrS and Ci|  ��.>  v!/  '��)  ��  m   JrOYTE,  HEADQUA.kfEjkS  FOR COMMERCIAL  68B3  Qsao'uo  5er Lake Steamers.  Leave J^ort V/iiinim  Sun.,  Tue., Pri.  Via. SOO LINE  St. Paul,  Duluth   and  Chicago. '   *  Tourist  Sleeker   Service  ^ Sife  lie  EAST  AND MINING MEN  f  niarisn.coi.  ���MlHl  ^^^^^^Z^^^.^^^^^^.^QS^^^(B^^.^^i^^^.eii^.^^<e&^f'il!i^  i.i����i^��-  r  \  'a a    -is   li  ^S  SB  th:  Leave   Dtinmore   Junction  daily foi i  Ft. 3'auh s  Loa-.u   Kooto-iay    Landing   Tuesday  and I4.-.Uinlay for Toronto and   all  ua,.il.'.ru pointy.   .  "���.' - r.-'c-'p  Leave   Alc,uHok(j  daily  for '. SeaLllc,  ,    Vancouver and coast cities."  "WHOLESALE AKt) RETAfl,  MEAT     KBROKAHTS.  i'"rc..h an.l fh-rnl Meato, Fresh  l''iah, Game i-,ua J'ov.ltry. We  i . 'j-y Liny .'I-,,, Lodt. j'our  LradoiioliciiiO'L  7 y.. MyiucErs" ,   '  In;  all - _' the   Principal  fli+^Q   o:rirt     ''Paw,    ' v   ��;   I ''.���'Through tickets to Europe via. all  VltieS.; cLACL.. .Towns]   in' Atlantic lines.   prepa-lci t4et8 from  '���TOritic&   Pnhiwvv' all points at   lowest   rates,    For  full  J3F11/1SJ& OOiumbia^ particulars apply to local agents.  G. Hillier, Agent, ftioylc-  J.3- CARTEU, l   ������   je.'j. GOYliE,  '^S'tGo   . I'as    Ap;t  " Vanco7cr.  Drag and Stationery Store,  mm,  ?i��  ��  ^  >(*} ]���   ri"-���  ���y ���.       Through tickets to Ei  B'asoK, b a  H��ADQTiAii^,1Vo k'oj,, East  KooTENAf  1)1. t, Pass. Agt  N<J!fiOD,  Toilet Articles  Hool S0f#s;  61! t"  0,1  r,  a  wtl  E^Ikjb?  Chemist and Druggist.  ion  R'  *:k.lVEa  .-<���->  M"'1 'BUjjTg'nBllVl"* I   ���4gJii!j>.tM���,


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