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The Moyie Leader Oct 31, 1903

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Our car ofcwell ripened, mealy   boilerp, wiil  arrive   next   week^  7and v/e take plensars  ii: announcing that   v.'c   wi!3   be  able   to  .-upp'y our customers at ��� '    ,  4p  Lo\yer Prices than  Ever Before; ...'.,  x lace ycur ordpro f'.t'Once I'.nti   ",--t i!:i: :���.���!_ o'.'t -ii  c-r   price   de*  hveicti from trie car. _ " ' '  ,7y^yj,-\aiC.p;;|:7..y7  b 1)tSs|i6.ne.'Ptti\s,-qtlii'ihijj''_Uis fibive7i0:  ^��! -��yy'- %. ���sy>y^y^ix^>y?^'y&kyy. y^^y^J^yyyxyyyx^y^y^y^ii:^^  fe'��: :'1'fi-TK^77IKi;77^1^  '.;<'':. |&SSWaHS��^^  K,T����aw***��l4*��^l��"-Si*.' ***ft*-��B��fc.��C  �� rs r-M=��-=-_s*.*e^��f*i��j'3r*3=i7t*r-����.  ^Meeting of Lumbermen..  ���^-W^t^^***^^  ���mJ^r*��.*t-s��-��%-sa.^u:-W';'��j����.'OM-  .^^.JSS"!^^^^ ihe  M0.ml.1ia   Lu...  ,,,-,:.^:7a-P7>-7^7y7^ M cmuf iicturiiig    awocialion  META-l,   MARKET.      7  ^��V, Voniv���LJar f.ilver, C0.J   cents.  Lead, fi.f;?^."   Copper, .��k.7o". Zinc.  (spelter) *G.S7^-.  Loxuoir���Leadj 211' lis '.)d.  ��^c=ni��-&.��^BK��M  MATTERS POLITICAL.  :��-> 7:;.y, 47il^ 7.a'-7y:yy::|M'"7a7^i'7'7^7'-:-7V; 7,.^ fmr.inlie cr.aat were preaent,  ;;'; ''";:':;,; ;"x:h;^'V-^ "u'i!!   issucs   that canic  ^h���07i.iAl^7/$^    1 /i'iie recount of the ballots in the  Fertile district has been further delayed owing to Ihe difficulty in getting  e  a)  I'lUly.,:��;., ':���.,!'. ���;'���' 7,,.':- '.'' yXy,"y ���XXyyxxyx'Xiyxy~ X X.y.X -X:' h y. ������������.X-yXA'X'X Z'x '���*��� '.y- :...7.;: ';������:.',.:���. ..-���'.;.-';,:.'  l,n.7:a;:*tiHSi$i^^Sl^  P-;-,%��,.-'.imo:.: 7a ���:..7:7;:v7.yv:7,yv77:-,.;.:";,:, ������:,r'.:7MflYfft   ,a ...., ,-  ���      '' ���   ��� ''    ;-���  - ; ������'.�����  ..." 15.   |  .r-^-^j^^icF ^-^^rfr .^-^ !.%illiams and Mr^ .Wniiarasy, ;of Lon-'  j'|er''"e ��ths  market   for  the "'Canadian j Liberals o: iho province.    The  doccoi .  occrchiry   ot(,the  meeting,  of 'those placed in nomiu-  en.dor,  but' respso'tfully   dq-  ;-���.��� 'a X -M ..:...::.:'. .... :.;������;- .:-':���,      xA.r, y  y--yyt y -yy.. y ���:sc.pitndrels:.dt the:,press:7 .7^0^ ret. out,;l :,07 ,    . ,;-.-.,...   -....., .-    .   7  v-'-rr-".~--'Bi; ��������� rsavs^iavobjectod atoa'Kouston - -.-becttuse;: ������".-���'������; -xx.y-yx--" ���-"y',yxy:x'y,yyy--y-ryyy.\x2X}xr)cv cent a^d'f-n e-'ort vriil cs   tnado  ;��� ������:'���.   ���'".:-H :.:���!������ y-  :������������ xd'. .. .v ��� ���. . ������.-���   y, -y-'.    '-      '.' ! we Will have :no .more cf   vou here.  ;P7 ���;������ ' .   .���-,-��������� AV,-    ������-���'������������,���    '���.-.������  /q :   -Is:,', of an alleged mf'-action of tha'rules ..10 :.     7 ���    y   y    .     ���    ,������:.,,.:������������        .���:���������  ,.':,,'to have :t raised to 8b per cont.,  Ijo    lv ;i       ,'.-,;���, ;:.     ������-.������  ...   ���: :���": '..-,..,     Mun-y paying  for ��� this :place,.-. you ;liars.. ������ ;���������.- ���    ������;     . ...  �� Me -rfe .1 tlie-housecUho-iaot session.. _������" ,.���: '-a ��� m,'-   .:?-���   7   "',-'.,,: -      -^7  .'���������������.������.������.������  :   -x ���] ���-���' yy Is a!';     '7^. .a.  '  f ' ' ���:���  : This,   is    my: ..buildma.'. . Hurrv    nn,-     " . ~~.*.     =,..-.,,��  ���:.;rifrMi".....���- -,-.,.1,1- ���y.y^'  ���y.   V'/-. 7.-':     7 . o :.'���,  7-t,-^-'",;-*- y- -\f-^  Hit  ��  ;J1i  ^���OAmTAL'.'CAuthorised.)*  ,7cAi,HALJ;(Prtid;,Up).,:.  yxmm}y .^.i-,���''���'-'.''������ xx.  :Ci;b00;G0Q*  ;S2,9S3,8i)0  .')'.-.-'J; .-j,��' 1 fi  ..-".-..������. is 'iny: ..building.'...-Hurry.- up;'  guards.":' The .sight of'- them disgusts  me. /Don't wasi-e any restoralioti,. talk;  onlbe'liars,.. It is useless.1 They have  '^ ] tl'o'n,"1 England. 7whp ; ara' ccniluclingj .^old.their soulsto tite devil." I;never  y y classt-e iu'.miri-ic'.Pianafln'a'^ocal ci, V j l��ppa -'.to "convert a ;rap'pr(er,. 'Thoy  y,L'turej'. in Cranbrpok,' will giro a obncSi tl would be 'backsliders." ���-" ��� 77' ���.;.-.���.:  LOCAL  NEWS.  Eev. S. J. Thornpson   yras' up  from  Cranbrook Wednesday.  bermeu ' pf British Colnir..  bia are clamoring for a' higher tari'iV  being placed onlumbor enteritig Canada; and the silvef-lead rnineo*vners are  clamoring; for a higher tariff on !?atl  entering; Canada! As mining ' ant\,  lumbering are "the   two priucipii  in-  dustri.'Q in the   province   it   is  ea-ih?  .. *���     -  . '   . ^   ���..'.." i  m.yyo^FiCB^ORO^WyOWn ;r7'>v;:7:V-7>:'.  7.:H.MEriRITT,'PreB; -^.^11^1^}^ ^^S^  E,:HA.',Ay^taut Gen".-Mari?|jfer; :A\r *V**.^�� Cl'l7 .^V-ry^y  7 !at'the'-Odd.bellows-"'lnv!'J, ���Mpyit] my; yy   -��� "~     --������������- .,-y ���  ���, l,\ .���'. ��� ������ "   ' ,,.��� : vy  ���    i-,A      -,).;  ...x ,u,        '��� ^ak n gfai! Thi-fiiiKh ��J-'lif��a5i.'  .-/a-y-i Pnaay��� evening,T^ov,, (uhr; .|,tv.,t/pi-feh.r-   .,v.   ��� ....���- ..*, ��� .���".������:. ..^ ,  ��� .- ..-  >*'i,t      . .'���������., ���'.������;'.,. ..'... :.';,.,��� ��� ������.,.-''i,,,-, 1 whi e opeuim? ft box*, j, -ui'Tlviouut  ..ti r �����'   ��� ���    /,   TirauM   n^-iv .�����.   V 7 ������'���van   ft-'f-nr,  ���C-'i. ] Mrs, Wii.krt) 3 vein}:.  | of Three Mile Ray. '.-Itf/'Y.r^ftii' a .ten  Chas ParreU was ud fror:   Uij^issey  s08a v0^ lhs people of British' Oolua^  Miuesonavisltthisv:eeb,    ,"   "       ibia   etapd wi^.h   rorjard   Lo   tb,-> mift  liliiestic'tif  Miea f5ai?y HiUier 0*   Cvp.'uUrouU  ls| ���~���  visiting with Moyio fi'icnd* Y,3d gonc?Al imp-foaslon hi poHllieai  circles is tliat thors   vcill   bo anrttlicr  i n.iAO'r. a.ii.:!.'  7; '   ^py-rtvy-aayp'.^;, ,_��� ���   ���_'.. ,r ^ ,, 7 pen .'Ty  nail ���'. tb rp u r h  tho  fleshy  part   hotel men, spent yecterday.'in town.  A\a!.^\^V^ ll#^'RVri'D.cep.:B'nT2'I>wid .���:^:��D50U   has   left   for   the  d'^il"^?WiU^^B''j^>::^lW ;o,:niryt(;   g;ond  tho   win  A.H.Trent, one of Elko'a leading  the  l't ��� ��*;���>���;  '7A,Vl7aS;. ]>Ml?TMEXy^-~Tiitere3t nllowed'ou:deposiis, ���-_ : ���_..t ,-'  yyy y i:v^:;i>i'1^>��;'i;^alL.'i. Vrs-; cl": Uan'ad^, :Uni:ecl ;-Si.6te.s  and.  ii;' 7<;r.soia! ji(.tent'.ibn:.-jiVeu..flb '���coi,'.eo',.ic-n'i..'."        ", 7 . ���:���.- ���;'���'   '"��� . ���  ���'','-,yy ��� x y y -;���' yy..-A\H;..^1 ABB'H;*>ian3g��K ���;.'  .'..;    i. ifiiW    V.;Us!.\VI'i.l V   at' 'l.O.l'., .���,--,    ������   ;   -..     - yy a.        y :,.,.,.    .     .,_. ...,.,     .      ,        ,-,.- ', >    , ,  -��.-5 ������'��� ��� c-tg:. oi.it ;v- ���   At Sy thu concert yi.'rof, y, ,.,_   .... ......     ,    ..-a ���::..���    ��� ..:_..��� t  session  of   llio   Dominion parliament  before the general   elections.    A story  is in circulation that   Charles   Laurierj  M. P., a'brother of   the   premier,  h.1.3  engaged the  quarters he occupied in  -....-...,,��� ..,       ... v.   .������,������ ���- .      ��,,in ��.j,. '*.- ,������. ,i (-,���������., l,..,,,, !Q!,tawii dui'irig the   recent   eewion, for  i-irina-llv.aft.ervr.-irds.    To-mrsur- .;  :'"''1'13 ^'.' ��" '-c- ttj -,l"nL 5 0i',*!)t;I ' ; or , t   . ���    ,-      ���      -,  ������'���    ������������������'������:���-��� January   iblh   next,   indicating   tiia��  -_ .a .''(ie.,"' he says,   "and' i'i'hiv;.':'. :riHt,cilyy ap  H l]r,.  ���   i       ,..���...    :..,,   .; -��� '.���������,���,    ,, ������; . .t  ',, ���. ���occiijiona J i v, an.ervr.-irus.   . .lo-my- sutt -;.; " u "*".��� " -'-"��� ,-j "*���"- J L,: *uw  ,*; i Hepburn vvni   ioaeh   ah ,. pres^i* .ihe '. .���..-.,��� ; ..-������.        ���,;    ,':���, .���./::. - ^hnn  ���?��� |. ,     -.a; ,��� "���������������..   , .        '���'���",.-',���-  yrn i onso it-.rernovod all pain  and- soreness   ?UUP*  ?}.        ';-,'.','     ;   ���.���;..-*������   : -   -a i.-itHi :   the    injured   pans.-.; were   soon i ... iieginning next Monday   the   Hcyie  i.|.r"ndvnil.d!^iifi..tlHvpo.s.!jib1.iHy..oi^ F^rsale by all drugSiste.   ,7  school will open at  9:30 instead  of  9  ' j..-! Kaniz;iiu-y;vc'n;;a. '-������-��� .,    '    . . ���, . ��� ./������ . y��� ��� ���    . . ,___ ,,:.���7.__:...���a__,.���'' *. .. ���'-   . ���'.  y^r,^  ����� *vft; -��� w fc-***v  ,~^m-~.*'-s---^--'yf-f  if ''���;:���   -v1 .S;.V *(.;V .-Va,-fa        ���   i   fNa      %,f-N��-     ���  . 1   5- 71'    H-ga-sf-    feS     ' f^vC        H    -; ^-'-  txy:7 yijIj^'#::iaU7pto&  :'   :, -7^ ',;vy.'y.a'-^irfyviV^iu^;,)'^,:^ ta i-1" 7 .77, :"..   ...     ��� (. 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Soon   the   pavements, wore "struck,
nnd     the _   hood    was removed;     but
Cl.risti.no  coultl      see nothing.      The
curtains    of    ihe    coach were closed,
and   the  blinds   drawn ,up   over     the
windows.     She only   knew   that     tho
two men were with lier."and that she
was, being  driven  rapidly   away from
Im* home.     If she  thought of asking
any      questions,    theTond   clang   and
rattle of this wheels upon  the cobble-stone   pavement   admonished   her* that
sho   iui<.<lit   have   to   raise   her,     voice
high   enough   to .incur   the   penalty  of
being  again   smothered,   nnd  she held
lier- pence.     But sho held it with pain
and, anguish    unutterable.     In      the
darkness   und   tho   whirl,   with      tho
pain-giving' clutch pi lier captors  upon  her  limbs,      her  thoughts      were
busy;  and if they had not logical sequence, ■ they   at  least    grasped stern
facts,   with   deductions  that  were not
entirely  illogical.     And   Ihe events of
which   she  thought    were  dark      and
gloomy ones.      Caspar     Hugo      was
lier     enemy;     Endora  and    Applcton
were     her      friends;    and   lingo   had
learned   of  their  interfeience    hi    her
behalf,  ond had resorted  to  this method  of overcoming  it.    Tlis  visit   to
'   her during the day had been  only for
11n*  purpose  of sounding  her-  and   for
laying  his plans      Tire letter  hearing
Paul's  signature  had   been   a forgery.
Who     lind   nrrivnd   «t  this   v>o,'nf   iu
, her  wildly  whirling  fancies,   and was
thanking fortune that Paul had not
written the unworthy words, when
tho coach stopped, and, before she
could make a motion to preventr it,
thc thick robe was again thrown'over her head, and very soon she was
lifted out upon a hard sidewalk nnd
hurried away through ji narrow passage. - She knew it was narrow by
tho manner in which her conductors
were forced to crowd their way. At
length, a door was unlocked ancl opened, and "she was led into a small
(_h,ill, und then up a flight of contracted stairs: thence up another
liight, until finally, she was led into
a small chanibi-r, where the hood
was removed from her head, and a
■voice said to her: ''Sit down!" and
a hand pushed her back into a chair,
and sho was so weak that she did
not attempt to rise. It was'a rocking-chair, low and easy, and she
sank back with a smothered sob.
"Easy, my lndyl       You're past'all
harm and danger.    You are in a cas-
tlo where no power      <jn earth     can
o(omo to ruffle the smooth waters   of
thc fato 3  havo in storo tor >du."
She   knew   the   voice.    She looked
up, and by the light of a singlo can-
dlo  which  stood  upon  a small  tablo
near    them,     she   saw  Caspar'lingo
.She did not starr 'as she might have
started ^  at some  terror unexpected,
* for      this    mm.,   had   occupied      her
thoughts, nnd she iiad associated him
Willi   tho present calamity.       Of    all
1 he people she had ever .seen or known
she   had   not   known   another    whom
sho   thought so   base   and   wicked    as
tho man  now  before  her.     She looked  upon him,   and she saw him     exactly  as sho had seen   him    on    that
day   when he had  first come  to    the
Hrooksido with his master,     lie was
dressed   veiy   nearly   tho  same,     and
his   face   wore   the   same   serpent-like
expression,   and  tho   beaming    of  his
eyes   was   as   ophidious   as   then, save
that  now  there   was  more  than  malevolence  in  them.
She,looked   at  him 'and   then
glanced  around  the room       Jt
small,  and the ceiling  was low,
the   only  furniture  consisted     of      a
few  chairs  and   a  small   tabic.   There
weie  two doors,  upon   opposite sides
of the room.     One was shut and one
was  open.     Through   that which was
closed sho had probably entered. Beyond      tlio     other    she  saw   another
apartment,  and the corner-post of   a
bed.     The  walls   were   pierced   for  no
Windows;    but   upon   looking   upward
she  saw   a  small   square  window  over-head. The   ceiling    was  sloping,
and   tho   window   v*as7'n   the  roof    of
the house.     And she observed  that  it
was guarded  by stout  iron  bars,  like
tho  bars  of a  prison.        'Thev    were
ominous,   and    she    shiddered'     when
shu saw   them.     Caspar  observed  the
glance  and  the shudder-.
"Those   bars,"   ho.   said,   "were  put
Ihero   for   proioclion.     Thieves    have
Of en   known   to   break   through     sky-
c.in't  In-cik   throniih
vior.is,    so    trippingly  and so   unctuously   spoken;   but   she   ciutthed     fieri
lingers until the delicate bones cracked,   and  held her  peace.
''Vou   know,   my   dear   girl/'    Pas-
par went on.  "how 1 was first called
to   'the    'TJrookside;    and you     know
what  has  since  Iranspii ed".      1    may
remark, however, that the most poignant   blow      my    heart  ever   received
came in the knowledge thai yon were
solemnly    afiiiruiced   to    young    U'ay-
broo\.      I   learned   that      .Mr.     Wav-
l.rook   tho   older   had   forbidden       the
union   of his  son   wilh  yourself.   Aye,
that   he   had   sworn   to   cast   oft"     the
boy   forccer   if  he  persisted  in pursuing   the .alliance,     i  savy  th.it if Paul
"N'aybrook  should  make'you   hi-; wife,
lie  would   wed  you   and  himself      to
lasting misery.    But it was not needed   that   I   should .interfere for    him.
Pie  has chosen his  own   course.      Of
his own accord he has forsaken both
his homo and you,  and plunged into
reckless dissipation."
Christine started to hor feet, her
hands clutched, and her eyes flaming.
•'Let him pass," said Caspar', with
a wave of the Jiarrd, "I will save him
if 1 can. I heard from him this evening, nnd he was with his rioting
companions nt the club!' lie's taking
it easy,  I assure you.''' ' j
Christine had known Paul's one
weakness, and she daied not deny
tbo man's assertion, Bul that he
had* deserted her—she knew it was
false. His father's harshness had
driven him to tho sorrow., She sank
back, and covered her face with her
"You may nof.be aware," continued Caspar, after a pause. ' 'how
much assistance I have rendered to
the heir of" .Madame Kaohel's estate.
Jt was through my means entirely
that he became aware of his heirship,
and 1 have helped him at every step
—helped him by legal means. And
now let me giw> vou ihe sum of the
who'o matter 1 did not as-ist Al-
i.vjir.rlof-    Colliiitoil vVilhf-.ui       heiliL'
mindful of you. ,(! told him your
claims, and urged rum to consider
them. An'd now mark his response:
.'He considers us both, and he .sa\s if
you and J will marry he will give
to us one-half the estate. Do vou
begin  to   understand'-"
Christine    looked   at   him   in   blank
"j\lr. Compton is a curious man,"
sard Caspar. '"He cares for me. and
dm cares for you, and he vvill serve
both, or neither; and he vvill s?ivc
us onlv in this way, Can you wonder that, under the c ir'cum--tancc-, !
.resolved to possess youv ■ And you
must not blame nic for the method 1
ha-.c pursued. 1 knew you bettor
than .von knew .vourself. Had 1 left
you at tue cottage vou would have
fled at tlie first note of alarm; and
whither would vou hive gone? l>o
you not see that 1 have saved you?
Had I spoken .to vou of love at tlie
Brookside. you would have -.purncd
nie, not knowing me, and so 1 chose
to meet you upon ground of my own
selecting. You need rest now, and
you  may' rest  here  in  safctv'. ,   1   will
Tlii*    .iv.1-. of Klarnt-y; t.'ic-y lm.l: so ohnr:n-
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J>n, 'i    l.v     tin-    1-in'in;;--'  <-f MV-.M   s.nril|
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All   (Jim l.M   !'■*'   'isis-is    that   ijiimtnnc-ou's!}- '
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Then- are now three colored bishops
of Western Equatorial Afi'ica. Bishops
.luhn.-oii. Phillips and Olurole, whose
lol.il diocese embrace nn area of
TU'.J.-Oi'O square ..miles, with ;m estimated  population   oi   .'.">,''>U(i,(-iKi.
ID ,!"(•  Ill    ill.'   if*' l.v   llO'lk-"
,-  r:i\--y.  and ino sw.-ci  cii'.m.i
Tho bodies ot chose JKiin-ja.-* aro mado of the
host quality range stoel, all outside-exposed
parts aro intorliued with heavy slieot asbestos.
They havo cast iron oxtensious with white
KnamollPd Reservoirs, nickel plated drop Tea
Pot Stands, JS'ickolod Towel Kods. Thay aro
made to burn any kind of coal, cau be changed
in two minutis to bum 20 inch wood. liiablv
nickeled throughout, " *
For   full   imrticiilars   seud   for   illustrated ,
book let,
NOTi; .-Tlie followliip: prices for th<-he
I.l«»fi KnulH miiyiu as illnstruteil, fully
gma rftnlcefl.
>'<>  0-IS   nven   l.SxMlv 1 •!■ In. $50.00
>'o  0 40   oven   JiOxSixlJ  iu. $58.50
(!■'. O. )!.. Winnipeg,)
Ask   your dealer for them or write to ns.
lr>i' •  155   T.oinbiiril    .St.,    "IVlniiliicg-.
One .Methodist minis? ei ha<- pro;.*os-
od( to his poo [do a month oi selt-de-
nial to onsihjo Jus rhttivh tt. raise
S.1,000 towards' the funds of. th"
Preachers'   Aid   Sociciv.        o
A llKC(H:SlYA-:i) UKC. l.'I.ATOH - To
brine thi- il it; Oh l i\p oreiins into symmetrical work in/? js the aim of i-hvsicinn**
when ihov lind a' nauetit sulToriinr fiom
stomachic irri-aCiil.u llics. and foi th;-.
Dtirnose thev t-un mvhcrihi.- iioihi'i- lu'tler
ihun l'armoUv'.s Ycsrctdl.li* Pill--,, which
will ho found a t.Ip'hsuiu incdicine of si.i-
i.n.siuj* virtue in luiiiniinr t_ln« ivfr.u-t m \
oiamis into ' suhiertion ami r.». lorn."-
lliom to normal acl'iim. in vhi.li con,: -
Don onlv can thev |>i>i form (.lioir, iluti.-
a   foinale   friend
send   you
As he turned away Christine.started again  to her-feet.
"What—do .vou mean, sii—"
"1 mean," ho said, as the words
stuck in her throat, "that you go
not hence, except as yiy wife. You
may as well know and be prepared
for  it."
She could not answer him. -She
could only see htm depart, and hear
him lock the door behind hun, and
thou sink back into the chair The
Into was overwhelming— more than
she could clearly consider. That she
wns in tho jiower of an accomplished
villain   was   now  apparent.     Of      his
T'lianPs Liniment for sale everywhere.
The two mission study books, "Via
Chr-isti" and < ' Lux Christi," 'hav>*
had a largo sale, the former of -J."- -
000 copies;   the hitter ot  -JO.OOu.
I'i 'i'tt-,1 ,u
"J.-,    t !..I0    II
I .I'll.
The  i litiiuiinr  i'ii.!'.   rii* 1  llio r.,«e  -n fair;
l.lkciitr..*  tin- Id.*   ami   the  ti.ldiWil!*.—
.\ll  il.-iw.'.i ti.i.t  m ,-m   the   M.i-.-i,    ..pen
r, 11*.
"Tit I.:nlv  .IcITo;"*  i u m-  the  pl.'ir.l Hiort,
like .ll.-i.mtior. cr li<*l--n  fa!' .
*1 lu-ic's i.'. i-.'.iiiiu.iiiSjoi' lu  all thf naOon
Pot ri",'i;l.itii.n   .-an   with  In r i-oni, are.
Such   w.-.l"<;   sun ami'!   In f,    tli.'tl   ihj      inne-
.    Couhi over j,-'..im!.*i  lirv -.'ace of stronstli;
R-u '(..liver Oramv, oil In- (U.l her piiiiniicl.
Anil  liiiuli- ,i bro.-i.-ii in liL-r iKittlo'twnt.
Thoro*.'; irr.ivi-l wall.'* thoro for speonlnf op,
An (-(nil (i-v.-itjoii  in  sivci-t  S'-litiii1 o:
'TJs thoro llio lover niii.v  lii'.'U1 tlie  .-love, or
The pontic  plover,   in   the  n.'l'iii.oii.
And If a  \ ont.-^_la.lv should In  sn en-ra^iiii'.
As to walk  nl.mo In   llioso si.,illy bowers,
'Tit   thoro  hor   court ior   ho   may  trnnnpiU't
In r   '      '
In somo. d.-u-k fort, <t under t'-ie pround.
, Tor  'tis- thoro tho  cave   where  no  ("a.vliij'it
Htil bai-3 and  bfid^irs aro fovovor broil;
HciriK   nin.s.o.l   by   ii.itui-o,   th..t   makes     It
Than a conch nnd six,  or a  foal hor boil.
'Tia   thoroN   tlie   lake   that   is   hlorod   with
Ami  comely o( K la   the verdant   mini;
Beside*)   the   beetles,   anil   the    gmvos     of
b i e(*']0v-..
All  staiuliii-f in  order  for  to guard    th«
flood. j>
"Tis there tho kltohoii, linngs many a  fii'cii
"With the maids a-stltoliins 'ipon Iho st..1r;j
Tho brc-i,'1. aiul bistro", the boor mitt whiskey.
■     Would ni'il;.o vou fil:.l;y if veil wcr.- tin-ro.
'T.s there vou'd stiu JJogr Mtirjihi's daughter
A-washlujt jiratic-s for(>-ii(>nt the rt. or,
"With Uofroi*'- Clonry and  r.iiher ii.'.dy.
All  blood relations  tu  my, 1^-r.i  Donoiiijh-
'J'hei'o'-. statues sracing Ihis nohle place In,
;\i! honthor goddo-"s,"( s.> fu'.r—
Kold  Neptinio.  Pintnroll  tind Nico.lomr.s,
All -suinilliic D4il:<\l in  tho ojion ,nlr.      '>
Ko now  t'i finish   tho lu-.ivi.- rrin'f.tioo.
Which my p. or stpu'I cotilJ  nj'i  cut ".'ino;
P.nt  here I Homer, or Xe!.tii'iiiuniczv;nr,
'Ti.*;  !u  'every   fciitiu-o   1   vvoual  make     1
—Tiioharil   Alfred  Milllkln.
St.   .Mar.v's.   V. hi t (•chapel,   is   one
jthe  London chinches which earr'e:-
its work  nctiVel.v   during th- summer.
Thero   is   a   daily   service   during    the
dinner   bo,..    .Ul{{
outsido  tho  (.Im
Jt    is   but    t'lju,,*
should  bc. S()  llllu.j
h'*art 'of  Cod   ...
tho   Lord   of  g
as   to   set   his   he.,,
methinks   wo   should    i ,
suaded  to  set   out   I,,.,,, .'
and   glory.—Hu-haid   li,,
O     Ui   |,  |
oiv   <•,,,
1   ( .,
I I,
A    OorsssBiQti
"Bili.Aisricss"  is
by    most    people
trouble   when   the
order,   leave-"   bile,
and    Csst^essli'ig    Ai3vsi:eiit
Pronip'iiy Gli^cjS by
the one word i;«cd 'conijiiaint and sit k h,-ad
to    describe    their   three joni-..   1   am  g!...d
LS      Olll      Ol  I "i1"      !>1'P1'<'( i.ll M.I!     of    [1.
'i o*,
and   brines on siclr
I't'.V -I ,|V
' littl
-■ I I fl)l!_'
At   last
headache   and   irritable   temper, slnni-   s. arching   and , I l-.ot oiieh
noli troubles, and  ir.regtihiril res of i lie j t on   .'impK    ii|M.v   any
bowels ,   j l-'V   aft'-r  resui's,    j   .,m  ;
Peojil,'   who   sufl'er   much    from    bit-j in r-wrv  vsay and iu\   la
The firsl 'Pa[)tist .MisMnnni-.v to Japan, was a seaman, J ona than Coble,
in Commodore Perry s expo.lit i.*n ol
l.Sol,,who was senl out in LSf.t) as a-
nnssionarv .
audacity-   she   had      received
proof, and of his purpose she had no
doubt; but, would a just Cod permit him to .triumph over her? Jn
that extreme hour hor (irst thought
of help was heavenward; and this
gave her strngth of mind to think of
such help as might be vouchsafed
through lier own- endeav ors.
the   second     morning
There   never   was   and   never   will   he    ft
universal   panacea    in one   lemeilv,    roi   nt'
ills   to   which   flesh   is   heir—thu   -. erv    t,a
ture   of   monv   curatives   beit.ar   s.ieli   Im-."
were   the   Rerms    of other   find   diiTereiit ii
seated   diseases   rooted   in    the  .-.-.stem   ul
the   patient — what,   would .reheve   one   il*
in   turn   would   asr^rtiVHte ' the   other.    V.'t
have    however",    m     Quinine    Wir.e.     «hei
obtainable  in   sound    unadukoratcd  stole
a   reinedv  for   ninnv mid  ciievous   ill.= . rP.\
its c.-adunl  and   iudicious   us"  the  frailest
sv&lems   aie   led    into   convulesfenee    anc
stic.urlh   bv    the   iullnence   vih.ch   (Juinirn'
oxorts   on   nature's   oi\ti    rc-u;r.',ti\"cs     ji
■"elicves      the     droopuiii  st.i.its   of     tho-s,
with      whom   a   chrome      v.ute  fn   moiou-
cles-popcIeiH^v    unci   huk   of   inter, st   in   lift
,s   a    disease     and    l.v   tra*:rri!h,-iiu:     tin.
nerves,   disposes   to   sound   c-.-.d   re.'ros'iim.
sleep—imparts   vicror   to   tho   .ution ot thf
blood,   which,    beii.p   stunulHlod,     coui-i..*.-
throuph      thd     'veins,      ai.reii'jthr-niri'.'   thi
healthy   mil mo I   fun.cUone   of   '.he  siitem
thereby   makine   activity   a    i.ccoss irv   ro
suit,   '-.troncytheniiie   tl.e  frame   .im|   f--.-,i>[;
bf«  to   thc- digestive  oi-nns    wlnth   milu-
rally   demand   in.-i eased   siib-.tnr.i '--.-t-scll
imtiroved   iinnetile.    N'onl.rop   .v.    i-.i-.-r-
of    t oronto        hn.ve   civr-n   to      the   t u* I"
their  Suporio-  Quinine  Wn.e  at   t '-;•.■  r.^ua'.
rate     and,    crtiacod    !,v    thr*     o-orn.- rs     c
scientists,   tl-.c   wine   nnm onches      n-ar'*s
nprfrt-tion   of   anv   in   the      marVet.        M
druciri>•*-•■   ""el!   it
It is
in   the
si aler1
a i,-o   .s t'
hat  at h*-
t(l\ ine    ll
prepared   In   the   woman
1   "00 iwKi
tins   vr-ar
fi.\        CO'i I so
con11Hit I u(*
Said   to   bo    Mom    Klfectlvo   u*.  Scnllneli
Iban   VTutch   l>of£t.
Having      discharg--d       ihe     .family
watchdog,   in  drsgarc.'-,   sav-s   London
Answer's,   a   fanner   iu    the  Jlidlnnds
has    installed      two  enormous    grey
geeso    as    guardians     of   his    home.
These  u.re   moro  effective as  sentinels
than   tho  best    'watchdog    that   cv*r
hv.d.   he   thinks.      In    addition      to
which they have  the following points
in their favor.    They do  not howl at
the moon;  thoy  d..o not  make friends
with   visiting   burglars   and   hito   tlio
parson;   thoy  do   not   transform     tho
front   garden    into' a   depository   for
ancient  b'one.-j.    Like   most   hig.gund-
or*s  they  are   belligerent.  The minuto
the front gate clicks  they conic rushing around from tlio  back ynrd with
wings     outstretched     and     Happing,
looking  for  a figl'it,    it   is  no use   to
say,   "Coori 'doggy,   nice  doggy,"   to
thom.    Thoy   cannot   ha   flattered     or
cajoled.       Moral   suasion   falls futile.
The average burglar who hears about
these  geese, will   doubtless   bo of   tho
idea    that     ono     hns ..only    to   say,
"shoot clucky."   to   send   them  rcut-
tbng.       Any   burglar     who  knows   a
goose  will know   bo; ter.    A  big grey
gander     is   not   afraid      of   anything.
Those two will  attack anything that
comes   in     the   front   gato   with    the
savagoness   of   a   bulldog.    And   they
an*  able  to  do   about   as' much damage.   They   take   flying   leaps  at   the
ini ruder,     beating    him     about     tho
head  with   their  wings   and   punching
him in  tho  faco  v*. itri  their  bills.    All
tho time tliey koc-p up  such a hissing
and noise  that  it   is enough'to scare
away  tho  stoutest-hearted   burglar.
iousnoss become pale and yellow in
complexion, mi liable, and iii.iium' in
disposition, and an- liable to In.d
themselves uiuon*; the rhionlc gi uiii-
blors, to .whom nothing seeu.s lo go
richt ' '
'i Tli" trouble begit's with the li\er
l)<'coniinii toipidj and *-lui. s^isp in nc-
-tiou, and disappeuts when the li\ or
is set riglit. l>r. Chase's f Kiiliii'v-
Li-.t'r Pills (life biliousness prompt lv
ht'causo  of   their   iliiecl   action   on   the
liver       Thev      l hoi'oughlv    t (.-.c   nil
the syiiiplo'ii-4 lici-fuise (.f their cou'-
biued niiio.i tin' kidnevs, liver and
.Mrs i-'aulknor. 8 Ci lidorshwo I'ltico,
Tni'Ot'li), savs . —" Al'H'i* doctoling
w'tbout   si.cce-;.s   for   bibousnos-^.   liver
i >
en- ii on-
K ohiey-i a\ i i
I:('   t    I   ev er   .'  , d_   ,
1".. r.h   tl.-*!.:    '
AfU-iy, all     it    |..^
(lull     dilli     pl'ov eu
ol ' i unii ng   .-.ll- i
li't'ii I uie,-,!   thit   i
I laise'i, ' J< idn-v -I
s.i.'ei ( fl     w , |l     inch!
Iboiisaiids   oi    tin*   be-t,  .
.--'and   siipri.)iu*   ;-,-;   a     u,
ii" da iue      (ine   i.ill   a   i'
a   l.i.v      AI   ail  i'i ,ii>- -,    , .
1 "ill"*-.      ,V;       C( >   .      'I  O! 1.1,    i,
v oil   ne,,):,',(    iui.'.al i.e
.oid   .sign.t I ui e   of   |)r      \
I he   I'a moio.   \ ,-f-eipt   ! ,n,,,
on evcri   bo,-.
■   ;u c
uid   I
.s    lo
no o
ci   -
1111 ■ i,- -
:v. ,     I
"The-honorable gentlemen
opposite may scarcely credit
this, but it is my firm belief
that if a few boxes of these
most excellent cigars had been
judiciously distributed, among
the Boer Generals their savage natures would have been
soothed and that cruel war
might never have taken
The   acknowledged    Leader.
J. M. Pcurller, Limited, Montreal.
ran1,... l naujas
That*s what you need; something to cure your biliousness,
ot rani! and regulate your bowels. You
Waybrook's  sojourn  at   the  hotel   he neerj  Aver's  Pills    Vf-,7eflhl*-
awoke-sober and   icpontant.     lie  did ,      / . '    X ^g^^O'v,
not) think longingly or  regretfully   of gently   laxative
home, for  he    hac"
lu-lits.   but   the.v
this or,e."
Ihiving thus attracted tho maiden's
fitlenlion, lie proceeded, calling her
by mimo  with  easy farniharitv:
' A I'd now. Chri.sl me, | have no
doubt jou would like to know what
all   this means."
Tho familiar 1 one arous-cd hor iu-
diunation, and gave her stiongth
Hut she answered him only witl7--i|-
'•iit attention If it was his pui*|.0«-'e
lo inform her, he would probable do
so        ,
He'seemed lo u,„ler.stand her, and
presently oor.t inuod
'il is late, and I know vou rmi'-t
be tat.gue.-i, and r sliall toil vou ij1P
whole story in a m>, v- S(iV! WorfJs ,
"(■i'ii not toll, .vou that you arc beautiful; but J may tell you that the
very first time T saw .von j. thought
you the most beautiful girl J had ev
'•'' s'-'en.: a"d 1 thinlc the same still
1 thought to myself that .1 should i)0
tio happiest man alive, if I could
possess, you for my own; though at
Ciat tune J did llot d,-Cam that the
lung, could evOr Vmi_Q Lo pass..]ju,
Iheeventsof life aro not at our own
disposal. J may toll .you forth-,-
that I. feel desperately in love with
.vou—so'you may safely
T  cannot -mean   you
o.iiilrnry,. 1   n,o,.in   ,,,  „mke yo|J   H ,j0(
roses,   and   be your   slave  for |jf„
not  abuse  th,,  power   I'll thus   will-
mgly  place in  your hands. "
<'hristine  found   if  hat
for the time, at
least, cast out all love for it No
mother, was there to soothe with
tender words his troubled spirit, and
cool with gentle touch his throbbing
brow. No mother's love made sat red
the hearthstone, and no .mother's
smile made sunshine in (he circle, lie
thought of his mother on this morning of pain and self-condoniiintion.
and he thought how gladly ho would
confess Ins sm, and a«k lier forgiveness. Ah! how she had forgivcn°hi,u
in the other days, and how", ' by her
love, had she led him oirt from'manv
a wayward danger! Put he could
claim her lovo no _ moro on
earth. 17c thought of her as
one sanctified in the better world
and he dared not pray therj
that she might look down upon him
.No—lie rather prayed that thu mi<!-ht
be sf,jared  the sight
Of his father l,t- would not think.
Shut uj) in his heart wiv the feeling
that his father had deeply vvr.onged
him, and he cared not to bring it
into light He would keep it shut up
if he  could.
J. C  AycrCo.,
I.O-5--C*!,  K.T.I.
Want your moustache or beard1
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use
wm CT8_
Mouth   Filling-  Mlcroncopy.
"Mk-roscopist"' is usually pronounced
mi-cros-co-pist, is a horror pf niiieiil.i-
Iion, besides concealing the plain moaning nnd derivation of the woid. Lut If
we first s.-iy '•micro" and'tben "scopist."
inking care to place the stress- on the
first syllabie. we got easiness, pleasantness ancl common son-e. 'J'lure an*
hosts of others, but none quite so terrible us "microseopist" as it Is commonly pronounced or tried to b>- pronounced, for It reigns in a sort of pinched,
rhonniatic, splendid isolation, "hi-It on
a throne of royal state, Ivy merit raised
to that bad eminence"-Verax in London News.
conclude that
harm.      (),*     the
UKH'-rnat ion
■o   restrain
nt ,    these
It is best to remember that life is not
written In lead pencil and erasing may
not be done until after the account has
been   rendereA   to   the   Master.—.""' '
GoNlhia   mid  Hia   Sauce.
Once upon a time there was an Impudent gosling who was exceedingly saucy to his mother and apparently had
no respoit for his elders.
His kind mother was very patient
with him and tried to overlook his failing, hoping that he would improve with
age. His father was not so lenient, and
one day, when tho gosling tried his
saucy methods on him, ho gave him a
sound thrashing.
"That sort of talk may do for your
n;other, but it will not do for me," said
thc father.
Moral.—What is sauce for the goose is
not sauce for the gander.—New York
Herald. i
How Trees Arc  .Liire nmn.-.n  rJeinprs.
Nature has many peculiar laws governing the organism of trees. One is
that every individual twig, spray, all
the foliage, every liber, takes precise),}
its own thickness of wood from Ihe
parent stem. This same law is manifested in the proportions of the human
orgnnifun. The length of the arms from
finger tip io fingertip (arms extended)
is the precise measurement of the
length of the legs, of a litimiiti being,
and other measurement:-! tire the same
in  proportion ■ ',, '
A   Peculiarity  Accounted   Koi*.
"There's a peculiarity.about tlie Kus-
sinns that I have noticed. They nearly
all seem to have ..square, heavy jaws."
"I 'suppose that's the rosulf of'■the
c-xercise they got through calling one
another by mime."—St. Louis World.
Biaiiia  to  tlio   I-ront  in   Kugliintl.
Sir Edward  Clarke, K.C.,  who'was
entertained   in   Toronto   recently,     ia
an    admirable    example of    the  fact
that   brains   count   in   the   public   life
of   tho     United      Kingdom,   although
not   yet   so   potent   a   factor*   as birth
Sir" hklward, who is in his (...Ird year,
is  tho son  of  a London jeweller.  Ho
was educated  at th'- city  of London
Collogo   and   King's   College,   was      a
cleik  in   the India  Ullicc   ior  a short
'time, .studied     law,   nnd   bocaino      a
JJouse   of   Commons   rcportoi   and   a
contributor to  Tho  Standard's literary   columns.    The   law   claimed   him
finally   in   J8G-1,   when   he   was  called
to   tho     Bar.      Sixteen   years    afterward  ho     "wore    silk"   and     entered
Parliament.   J (is  .splendid   powers  as
a.   debate."  were  of     great  value     to
tlio  Conservative  party,   and  in ] 88(J
lie  became  Solioitor-Con'-ral   iu Lord
Salisbur3''s  Government   and   received
tho   honor  of   Knighthood.     J Jo    followed   .Mr.      Gladstone   m    the great
homo  rule     debate   of     JSS'.'*,     which
in'-miis     that   Sir   Edward     is   in   tlio
front   rank   of   r-pf-nkeis   in   England.
Sir Edward sat for Plymouth for the
tvveiiiv       years-— ISHO-i <J00—but      resigned     alter    vigorously     attacking
.Mr.   Chamberlain's     conduct   of    the
South   African   negotiations.    It   was
his    belief     that  .Mr.      Chamberlain's
blundering  or   bad   laitb   brought    on
the war.    Sir Edward,   therefore, can
baldly   be   f xpeof f d   to   receive    with
ont husu-.s.n   (he   hit est   project  of  tho
man liom    'JJi urumng< in. "
Write for Ambrose Kent (Si £orafs
Illustrated    Catalogue
Showing,-hundreds of elegant articles in Jewelry, Silv:r*.a.e,
Gift Goods, etc. It will show you how easy it is to make s''<< *-
lion, and how economical" it is to order by mail from us. \.'e
quote a few unmatched values :
3536 Handsome Pearl Brooch, M fc. selling:, - - - - $5 00
659J  Hair Brush and Comb, mounted in blcrlrng Silver, ia caie
complete, 7 £9
4333 Ladies'  Solid   J-t   k.   Geld, Watch,  richly   engraved,  "A.
Kent & Sons" movement, - - - - - 30 00
3979 Fine Diamond Solitaire RiDg, 50 CO
s^La 6% 0 €&4? y &s *> •     %
Ashbury Mothorlist church in I'ekin,
which was barricaded b.v the missionaries, but. ruthlessly destroyed by the
Boxers iu l'JOO, has been rebuilt and
recently  deduated.
Tli ere   are   now   six   chapel   cars   oi
the   llnptist   I'tiblicnt ion   Souolv*.   op
orating   in    Indian   Territory.   Texir-,
Colorado,   Wisconsin,     Michigan     and
A committee has been .n
lais* SI 12.00m,(Hul to s,ii.;.
ic-'oiiiTcs of the I'risbv n-i
and   theological   sennuai .. -
The ei;;h t .siioie! i,-s a t '
I 'v.iigo I*'ree St ;i t.- aie it,
'21 1    niissiiuia ries,    II-.'1.    i
gell-.tS,     :\'2~       Mil I Ve      le "
Suudav   schools
1'of.t Oliii-c   Uumoif..
iiK-mbor     of   tli"     London
Siid  Hiato.
-Brevity is the soul of wit
I   can't  see   anything   funny
I about being short.—Now York Herald.
oflice depuiiiiit nt   tells  of  nn   undelivered   letter   which   when   opened    was
found   to   contain   u   long   list   of sad
troubles.    Put   tho   writer   struck  one'
note, of  gladness   ut   the' 'end   of    the
epistle in   the sentence,   "Thank  Cod,
..the [jig had.ten   young ones."   ■
..The  officials   once ' had   a. ..loi tor addressed   to,    "Uncle. .1 ohn,   11opposiI «
tho     Church,      London,       Hin'ghuid."
'Pliis  was   not  delivered,'   but   another
one    was.     If.    Was     ad dressed   t'|,i.s:
■"Tp .My  Sister Joan,   Up   thu  I'nnon-
gatc,. Down u-Close, Edinburgh.   Sho
Mas. a AVoodcn   Leg.'.'.   This  Lust j,ar-t
of    the   address     was   doubtless     the
Tn   tho     telegraph     deparLiient      of
tho   Urifish   |.'o;,t oliice   I he.v   gel     curious  messages also.    On.7youiig mar-I
ricd   man , hurrit il   p.  von:   iul.oi-'ttKt ing
news   to   his   wife'.-;   re];,! i ves, -'-'Twins ■
to-day;  more <o-uiorr<. vv." I
Mont   Sudden   and   Dnn^oi-oos   of
Dr.   Agncw's   Hoarl   Curo   relieves   U\
30   Minutes.
The  groat   Sunday -.' ii
port.    Cheshire.    Km* ,
its n'Mll'l,,ll.\ ii I 'am:, I
of a large budding lo
(iv or  :i,(i(Ki   sohol.ns
Stcalthy to.  n   thief  in   tho ni«ht,   heart
dlsoase   hoi aids   its   (f^-imrr   onlv   bv    tin:
deadly  grip   it   ln\.s   ii|,0ii   its   vaiinis      If
you     hove     piilpitution,      shoi t      hieutli, i i.-,..   „.
Bmotlieilnjr hpoIIs.  <j.   vortmu.   do  noi   di- i    '"b'anu.
l.iV   the   tistj   of   Dr.   Auncw'-.   Kf-.ut   ("uie
It   will   roliove   ovoi y   cusc   in   Ilu   minuti-
and   will   radical I v    cuio     iiiuotvino     V i
cent,   of   those   directed,     It   l^'n   pcrfei r
leiTiody for noi vea and  stomiuh.    Hold   by
till  ilrugdistR.
DR.   ACMEW'S   OINTMENT   Olif.ES   Att
The  meet ing-hou.-e  ci'
•"hurcli   at    Bcmiiiigion
mtoi ior   w Inch   is  con'-."', i'
beaut iinl   oid   colonial   i'. ;
groat,   majority    of    (,]„.'    roUnty
councils   in   Wales   hn7c  declared
I'i lily- to   the education   act
tlirea.lo.ncd   to   render   if
and   liuve
The   n.-iivcrsulisi s   are   ' <
great    celebrat ion   a I    H"'   1! '
CN II )   ciiiu th,    v,hi( li   i .'
179-1.     The   great   hi-doi'   >i
will  be given  by  Pr.  Can'w'eii.
Nn   om-   ncofl   four   ..'holorn,   or   „„v   kiiii.-
a''>",c()ir..)l.,ii,l    if-.thoy .have   a   Imttl.*   of
.'■•{.    «».    Kebou's     Dyson(..-,.,-v '   Cordii.l
fiMOlv   for  use.     It   corroots  ,d|   looseness
„     7llM*     Promptly     ,,„,)' .('.llus,.s   ,,
h.v. thy. ..nd    naiural    action.     This    is   a
nch'nml'n"'"""   '',,r .'thfc •v»»»'-'      »'' ol«
'"-"   nnd   poor.   fll,d   i;,   ,.;l|li(1|v   hoc(mUvs
populni-   iiiofliciiio    for    cholera
m   the.  market.
the    most
TheChiirdi of England I
I'higlan-d and WaJ'eS'-uho'-'1
sittings in ,p!neos-of■ vioir*
Non-c(.t)l'i)i-iiiis:t s ,|>i'..vi.|e "'•
()(M). The number "of <''!
miinicants  is about' equal.
Light,   h',.
has    boon ,
"'est m insl or.   is,   wilh
Ihe  youngest  ,,f   (|u
Bishops of England
•'ancis     Bourne,     who
tppointi'd    Archbishop    at.
one   oxc.e[)tion,
Boiiiuu   (,'at.holic
. n'
ratience   mill   rn<lon.««
"You  have riot taken tlio '!),',1]<'1,.,'„ ,
Ieft,".nsked  the  physician v/.n-
anger.    "1 declare such aciieirt n-
sImply, make me'lose my pa!'-'''''-'
"Well, doctor." meekly siail'-'1 J"'
ferlng.one, "I was afraid if'I ''''"'j''
to,lake your medicine yon v*!"111''
another of yqur. patients." ■
Uealizing tiuit the case wr.:< i!,i';'
the physician left the hcia:ii:- ;���*-*  T����� MO HE LEADER.  M'h'IK,  C.  SAL1SBUUY -Tf,  '"��� ' i.  Ktr:mj;��j  SUjitatv'n  mit-r <il  V.i !������   I v   I,-,,. i..lt���  ,  The  London   L.nP,   (./..pi,,,  i.^.sue  of     Augi.-t :i i    |  11    i,  '*"    Un-   I'll,,,  ^���O    conts  ��e:..r*NVS.co��ar to tea.j;���� ;::7l7..7;.:';::''';'\, :;';;"<        ' m.-cteii      uiili   j,,s   .-,,,,,          ,      '"  :*"'   ��� ������ri,o.hu,,,e* rsu t,:j;,��" "-��s,r:11:,;J;:;r:.:,".,l';  '    ' 1              J         VO   J.    <' ,..J   l',,UT                     U.                 'l                  1   .               .,                                                                              '  *  ESI  pound.  ���i  _. .  ;,- i ,u ii ������<���' i" bake.  -. r e'' lb*-'dish' ,  . -;i' ,,.-; an   the l.it-.ic-.i's Just  i i.; .-.in b".  n. , i 'fi Hi.it I'"' Ilke t0 bust���  . i con   *." ti a.  ,,   t!i- s-hi:ii'" I e\ 'r. thing,  .hi-ik "ll   ���'��� h'l"'-! ���'  n ., ,|n, -u  lure -i ma'Jt rsns  , ������  ii,i. M'-ro-i :,.  ,.,   {,,'M-..   i. o or.-ai'i,  I know;  ( :i "ii, ���;,'-!  i,. . .ui.*. -I ���-������ \>' the dou.-li���       , -  , .  , i ia,a' if. t' ri.  -   li, at I ho table   much;  i j.-. ; ie ;' *i;:  ... k ..I*-' .'.jj-* ''** touch  ,,   ::,.'  I  -..' -i'l  '.-'.'  , ���    ..... i,."i plate-- are passed,  jt d's fn-- kirn'���   a  fe^l If  borrow     '*,!, .   ������     j..   0 ( o.i]i>, I  pluase-wbi.i.   oJtf,, ,,,���,,,!  j','���",  ^J','   j  or   identp.-,.'   'J he ;,:������., ,UJ       l    ^ J  an   ib   r,.,prm-.ibi,;   Ut,   ih,   st()u j  .Lord   rsiii,.-.i,i,i-.     \iic.   p.,/,^    '���   , CI-YI ()\  ti-��  don, ,���d ���,,.,.. \ll|S���iv j'^...^.'^ "/'J ��� Blick, Mixed 'w Naturm'S*!:^"0' ' P-siHvely incomparable.  ,:"'��      J'"-* V-, sue.-and 6oc per I?? '      So,d'on,y in   ^   P**ets.  I h(i  I  1  be   in  a  toon,   wilh   ih,.  i i j ��� i  ���hat   Loi  i     u-ii-io/irr;   to  rs    that  a ���  t  M.-i-'t   ah" t.'o,  ,,o:   I  i  <*i-t '        , ���  .' i.if--.*  o-!:, or' f.ioo ���  V (I'll)  And   then,   to  s,iv  rassment of  tho  Pishop  added,  ph a*-nntiA    "Bui  mind   that.    1  i.nd    ,-,f-  iiio iii-ni i     in'  ���paiL> H.alP-.  Home Cora-  . \*  ji j i   v (v 1'-  "t '(irntioii.  vi*,):,'! .i"!1 I'd'iiv- 1. would be a great  :     ,. : , g.-i ..'it on ihe sitnnp and  |.'\v  spcohe-,'.''' i  ',  , a  bit of  it." answered Senator  ,    '   ���,'.   "As long a. a ui.*.u is willing  I     i  - liadioy .!<) the inh.ing ir-body  ��� to iiuiko fun of his grammar."  ,    Milton Star,    , ,  in (i*re-��tt-ii   to   Sniiii-   I^xfrut. "  ���y   i .-.'em  to   In*   hiP-rc-lcd   In  the  ���n.-iil   of   this   hotel,'"   said   the  ��� -.    ��� '"r, [.lied tho sad looking man.  ���;.,  "-,   :":r,*osicd   fn  itV"  ���.,.,    >*, o    i.iontiis'   board    in    ad-  ....  '-( mi imi-ui, ("oinmc-rcial   Trib-  King  told   th,   HJah,,,..  -,-,h0;  '.  way(> had   I <>i-n  on..  0f     Loid    s-  bur-y's  own   I'ppojnti.-if'hts  Salisbui v bad  ��vsh.-d   .,  him,        '���tdit,       IS      lien  , ���     ���,, ' ",cl1      ^"''l.'l'-IWIll.'lII  clone?"        And   u,.,,    ,..  . ,,     rt  .    L  s.iv,   omhjii-  His  *V);ii,M.y  ou   lie, ii   ],<-, t  j'i'*t   show. J   Ji,,,i     .j;  lal est   phol.-.o-J'api,  (,_   ,���, M.,f  t.-r   looking   a>,  it   S(J1JA.  _  -SlJl'lICO, )l  ��� <-yj(]  'J'oor  old   Bulk-' '  Another  story of ihr-' c-all,_     (jlfi.n,._  ter reior.-, .n  an   .,��� i,j..,lt  M  (1   Q   ^  party   ��, .IMP.-H   th, suoim,., U tJ  bust,   w(1! l-   :)u   So,,.,,   A ;.���.������     v       i  was st.Ji in inr-etfv,      _  ,.,,,������, ���    ;     I  a   visit   t.,  s.,,,,1,   ^J���M<(1    Mtl.  the gue.sis       I,,   !hf.    <(>1Ji of"  a.tornooi.   Lo-,|   Sabsbuiv   ,,lu|.     ,,������  b-v ' '-  !"'"   -""<:    ' I   v-'...'.t   a  qui'  wold   will,   .,t,���."  ,������,     proc-od'd     to  tury sitoaiK.o ',.,.._ ]jai.ni.,., _ ;/���01|.  lsbfd and o,,, r w;,r ,.,j |IV ,i���. ,,,_,!. f  honor,   f,w,lv   oM, r,,\   lona.and^iloI'aiJ-  7/ ,n" '' " '" ')'.' '",������ ami ,-.,.,-,.  Ujmg   (,.:���.,< i.d     ���.(ii   ,.     ,f)       ,   -  which   [   ��� |   .^    i1!buiy   li,lr.pM    w.  ixomumi  a-'.-ntif-n    ]al���r ,lls  ,���     ,  ��^'-0. ' ��)..,! dtd vo��� f.r,(, ((/1tiI!<  it"om.   "'>,  bin./   a   tme   with'Sir     Sfl.  ____B^iH Krocers.    Steadfastly rx-fti^ all S.ibsti.utes.  i3��^^e^?��  ^.Jlo^^s, ��.^��,      <L/i  For all Liu 3s of wear���rain, sleet,  snow, wind or _, .st plain cold.  A score of 5>tj. k-s.  Lighter thsa 'fur, warmer than fur  because dcsigncJ to protect exposed parts.  ,    Cost less than fur���wear better than  fur.  Leather, corduroy, cloth, flaps, neck  masks, drop fronts, wool, fleece or fur  line'!. Stylish and durable- nil prices.  Sold at all dealers���sea that they have  tbi.'T [j-fj^^^----���---u-^������=?-���- -  V7Ht, to-f'.-iy for    GfiAEr'   COPBJISCION  KEHGHAHf S *6  \ftjf : >-. _ r  rc  THOMPSON, SONS ;& CO.  5GS0W  K  ' f ti f ��p e, d  ������^   TnM^.��ij.!..T?..!i^PLE  VGUB SHIPMEHTS  ���I  lf��0   tl..iind<   .1 ,  2-.PROMPT SCKVICE  AND  CAREFUL   ATTENTION 6  Th��    I, ��d;"��*d.��� ^.���������m��eau.     ttefcuc:   Union Ha.k of Canada  The oldest osJablishcrfnra in CofflaiVa.on    .^^ ^,  Grain   Exchange,   Winnipeg. ��te���� B     ^^3 I  ai!'l-Si)  'f    (If,  Go  h AmsMcan Kidrev Ourc  i ).i>|.-",    t ro.i'jp-it    that    I.ni  ,   ���    '  ; i i ni n-'-t   ,jI1  i lt<- "*. il'. (in-.!  t'f'll.'l      tllf-l*     I'll,*.'   .i-"lll      lOlill-  .'        ,.. ���;-. til (.--.l i ii u, a,.it'. to oi ti', c  ���    .     ���  "i's  ef   .hi-.   In i'.ii.l I ���tln.-'T  . i . -   of   Hi i lt li I'-.   f!i- ci  >���    ilia  -'.lull he   I,ia(!>-,-.-,    ndh'.i,.  -   .    i.i1    ti-ia'lonry        J ion'*.     (i>  The  o-ta'-.'   <*f     "Mr.  thc     famous     Loral,,  who   lived   a'c   ("rosw.nnr  sf|Ui)i-i  rv,^.'.-  j. i�� .L-if-d that nine of the most  > ,.. ��� . ���;-....lorn novel.- aggrogot-  ,   ,.  - ,       . '    over    1 ,''.0��',l)('.,! ' Copi(S  , i i.e.      i     which' tho-.e lionil.s. w ere  ���(  ,   ,  !   '. ,    '    l,..l(k-    of    WOO,1    libre��� c t'l-  !,.--.,       i'i.'   il'.nnii'l.tl      i^uA.-tte  ��� ��� ,j.   o -!     i'      roqiiir i d    a bout  , *.*' ���    .  -     ���   furnish   t lus   pap- r.  fc'i'5 Liaii'itut Cures Bums, tic.l  in   a  . ind is" tho finest round-Id foi growing il;."-..' it  ��� ;���'-.! o ihe fines I ir: t ho  rolling, hue.'.��� <m up'-s a-  uri s i: om si^. to t igh.t  'mg to tin* nn,'arc and  lO.bi'ic.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LIKIMENT  i!?r*(o-> ������ I hnr'l, noft or cp.llouscd  , i.il-;i fir.il I-'. tr.i-.hoB from horses, hlood  ii'i.t- -.- - ~;,i!r;ts, rinaTtiOrx*, swooneV,  I'r'rt, c; r.i *, fir.-a aortj mid e-.*. oolh-D  lire.*'., r ���.."��, t-tc Sn\o"r,r>0 Ijy th��  n�� if c,-.' ���,111 o Warranted th�� mo>t  'on-JciL' li'...-,.irh Cuto <*ver known.  SolJ 1^   a;i  tJrut^K-luto.  1 > vv. i c in London .'��7.  'i 'is? I "S.un.l in 1J*\!  M   o-LX.'-l).   ami   i.i JPi'l  .    r-N'I.V    ONI'".    ICI.Pi' I Kit'  .       ll'ltli'       do     I".     I'll till 1'..*    i   i  li--oi.ii',"i      $ ���; Ui.-i.,    mu t .i  .' !>. \    v;u intr    ,n>    11,    u.-i iv-  ������   .   11 c  ut ii.' ii'.-. I     idiidi   t !i.*\  -"!'!     '.   l'\.-!       Will     f,|)      l ll.-il    fl\\ !-  !'. ."US     1   I*     li,-       "I  hull.   .'.        I*  I.'  1" '*..      I.'.ll   ll'l Oil-. bill       1-f, ,-i  1    >-.'���   ',' ilfi    I.ikim     | h"   C'i li' .: ,'  '���"      Ul'U      11      S-,>>st ,(ilti>        l.'.l  ��� .' 1   limit  n,', know   what     ��� on  nif-an      wa-< ihoieph,  "[  n, v or spoke  ��   })!,i   '"/P''   '"'���<���     I   have   ,���,,   ,���,���  Ma.ving   t.   ,ong   ami   lmjiortant      lab  w.th lo-d  i;,,'!,.-.^  !1Ml  r   ,���,., lv  lound  him  thoroughly  oMfspokon "'  iloHc.r t'-nJi-r I.orik' I.ia.;to.  Sami.f'i   Lovris.  m..-no.\-.iond'-r,  and  f\)rk stiect, Bui nngion  Oaio.-ns   ami  tiif-fi   on   -I an     Li.   llni]    w,>.-.   v.'.'mod.  when  probate  of  his   vvill   wjs   granted  on  A,'.:!   'JI     lU'M.  at   .L 1 00u,0(i(i,  'o   far   :i^   then   could   bo   asoei t alnod  Th"   .--.t.n.ij   !js    ,sii,(o   bi-f'ii   lo-vniuid  at    ���C-'.r.T:.  ii.,--   17s ,   ami      it     si'.'iii*.  J.r obahh*.    tin .-.foie,      t 11 n. t    tho      l w o-  th.irds  oi   lo-   re, :dii;*.iv  t-.ta'o     uiucji  lie   p. q'leaiia i   >n   ruveision   for'chan'-  inl.hj     nnd   oih.-r     pub'ic     uees   vvill  amount   to  n.'.f.u'1  Hi .oOii.t.'fo'   li   i\,<s  also  .--"t!)-; -d   ihai   sh,uil\      boioio     lo>  d"u'lh  .Mi    b'V.o  iiad  put   th,.- amount  f.f   his   i"oim;:j'-   at   two   and      a     half  millions,   a   ;.jl--;u'   now   proved    to   le  remarkably   (i.'ioCt.      Tin-   uniuodin,.-  U<-flue=-ts"   to   f.'-nrifit-s   ii.ari.-     h*.     i.h---  will  ailii.,;i.t'--a >io ,C."i oOi',- and his u*-  la'.ivo-,  ��.<Sbo*'..r.  clerks  nnd  d'-fv.M-.tg  all   ro'-ei*-' d   h gacio*"  of sums  ranging  from  i'liimii   to   .Ui'.'U1.       Tlie     two-  ihirds  of   ti,--   losiduaiv  estaio  aie  to  b"     divio'il   between     -10   in^titutio'ui  'fin   Mo-.   Lewi--,'  death       'Among     tht-  rhiof  of  thos,.   boquostf,   c.i'o   i"*p)0j-po  fiu-     o.it'itbi.-h ng     dwolhngs  for     tho  l'("ti*      ��L.*.-o.CiOP  foi-  Ui��     I'-rmco     of  \\ ales'  Iit.spital  Fund,  ilOO.OOn     for  tl.o .' -a.*' of tl h  Jewish f.oor, and lii.v  foiiowintr .imo.ints   to   various    ho.-pi-  t..1?;.     Tondon   ��20,000,     ^raidonh-ad  ��ii"i,e'1fi,      L'-.el;na   ^fi.OPO.   J��addin��-  t on-gi,'( ;;   i.o ("'0,0,   and   S11 0.000  ( a-!;  tn      (''iv'.*.        Chnrmg      ("ro -i.      ,S-  t;"t)!\'' ^,    -c:t       Ilr.rtholomew's,      Si  'IhomAsa.      arid      Cniv orsity      foil.-go  Another thouj-htfui   bequest   was  that  o:" .'J:.'.',0 ti, tho .poor boxes at all the  1 ..-n.Ion  Bohre   C'oarts  es  I*  Pinto.  .IttS a^d  99  :iel  loves  6n  Aaciennan Bros  GHA8N    fifSERCHANTS,  TKi.nprm.NK 1480. " j-. o  I o^ ;ss  Mclntyro Block,   304,   Ve'inr-ipcg.  Vv'l.fr,'. nii'l  i.r d-i   if   ;i'  Lead  l.ois si Sjxj hilly.     Hosrnlor aii,  -.'.i-co-. nn fid!- nf'Lid:i..;.  W.'ito or woe  a,  f6r Track Jlids, nr  ('"iil.iprri Vour Giuln  to uh. which ws'    |  will sell for yoiiriicoutit,  on' jour approval to highest bidder.  A hundred- stj!os of mitts and gloves  nuide of "Pinto" Shell Cordovan, that  new, tough, boil proof, ecoreh .proof, tear  proof, rip proof, wind and raiu proof  leather made from thc hide of the western  bronco.  Knit wrister mitts;   double  wrists,  one R ,  inside sleeve, another outside ; fleece lined, !%-���������/  fur'lined, scores of styles for all kinds  of \  uses. "'None genuine'unless branded.   ' V^T^TnT  SHE HAD TO SO  UP IN i CHAIR  A   Tale   of  Tnilles-j   Cntn.  Travelers have noted that in tho Bl3- :  niarck   tirchipolugo  cats   without' toils  are very  numerous.    The explanation  as given in tho World Today is curious. 1  rI he'natives of the islands hav,e a su- j  Air*.     Jas.    Kin^elbi    Cnvmi     h��    por^iitious beijof that remnants of food  fulling into the hands of an enemy en- ,  able him to east a spell over the eaters  1    ".. ,    _    i "i"  the  meal  at   which,   the remnants  ���,.,..' , '    j v''1''"^ left. ' Now. the natives valtie tlieir  I'f'ClllUir    JUOilll.-ii   Cllxi-    Kill ��  In    Ai.nllisr .),,       , , . '  ��. i.e.  ijjus in  ,ii,other _ oat.s lis-} ns pels thnn as a convcriient  Jus.   Kinsella    Cured    by  Dodd's Kidney Pills.    '  ��  A.  A'Jctoiyfoi- (lie Croat KUluey Itomcily  source of fresh meat.    It follows  thut  -C:r. ^LiLschio, ])6rchester Co\ Quo., j tlrefis of cats are frequent,,or rather  fh't j'l.��� (Special) ��� A medical case j ,,vorL'' f^effaent until some genius  cf particular interest, especially to . evolved the happy scheme of cutting oh.  w'ciiioii, is Liuising much talk here. | th.-ir nils and storing them away in a  Mis. .hmicj Kin^uil.a sullored 1*1 oru ' safe place. "For," said he. "if a thief  Kidney l*is->n-t>. which so oficctrd her j shonld steal mv cat nnd cat fi. aa in-  thai she could not sloop, and she was carnation muttered over its re.-idue vvill  obliged  lor  two .summers to pas* her ljjaku lhe m[^lVLUli fc0 sick thal ho wi���  s practically a   woll   ^voman     In- fl    ,   ,                                                   .  bh  stolen   cat's  arthy "of the  groat chancellor himself, and the hum-  IL   Moccasins  Made of " Pinto " She'd Cordovan,   buckskin  d oil dressed steerhide. .   '  Sev^ed with uuripnable thread ia lock-stitched  seams.  Strongest and   best   moccasins   for  all  kinds of wear.  ' See   that   they   are   branded  with this brand.  tei-'iowed regarding her cute.sho taid   j  "I had a pain' in my right hip, in I , , ,  the back and was swollen all' down 1 bk>* blwn BLmarekiun. in i.-ur.-uim,' _  that side of the abdomen. I could j ihe blood and iron policy,"which it en- j  not sloop at ni��>hf and 1 was ohbged ; tailed, was, like him, serenely indifiei1-' |  to sit un in a rlunr for' two siuu- ', ?n* to bloodshed, pain and caterwaul- j  mor��. ' .    ' iims so long ti3 he secured his ends or '  "Heading-  of  cures   bv  Dodd's  Kid- } his cats' ends. , , I  nev   lhlls   1   bought   one   box.       'J hat I      ��   ' ��� |  gave   lye  Midi   icbo,'  that  1  coatin.lod  : Treo  mid   Vlnnt  Leave*.. j  to iim. ih.-m..   Thoy dul me a worhl'of ,     ,pll0    ^^y^    nrnn^on.enf'  of    the 1  good,   ami   now   i   can   no   to   h<-,*|   like     i������, .  , ; ,-  ,, ���        t        ,t        ,- 1 , i  c.he," people        1   Inn'' never   ha-1   to     *���'? "' 1',I"bS^ SWllk'S ��,1 U'V "^  sit   i,|, m a ohau  s,na.- T use! J-odd's    P"��'ts -��w��roS between each st.h,en-nt j  L'idnov   Pills " ' ��� pI'ace to prevent one leaf lrom interior- 1  Female   u-i.iil'.'i.ts   aie   cr..i-cd    ,,y    'i"^ ^vitli   aiioihet*.    A nd   not  only   are j  had   Kulnovs      Lodd'-    l-.ulnov   'ihli's    leaves so urrmigod as to e\i.st iutiepend  never   mil   to  cure  them.  :^  SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE.  ludson Bay, llnitting{  RE^L        WINNIPEG  m:  i|.  Ilnnior  In   Artiuls'  ".Ioilcls.  Jn   my   early   days   I  once   tried    to  i*ngag? a.**  a model    n big rvgio  who  I lu-i e aie. i' i'" ' . .fi, 1 i.i-i*,  "nons ni w.-u'on .ind en'is ," II*. I  bp,u'no i-d.i *i(K wi'lio;..' ���-. k-i'>vh('.,i  ol the Mil.!.* The*, hav.- ut-:' ;,!..-!',  to ti..-! m char i.i.i anei m "-ca p .!.'. 1 -  !���.>..��i!*i rroni tho fiiars ior a hi'c  |>l a".-  en*ly of each other,  'out in a gmierul ���' fM 17B0?,.It,t9I)7e?,r,3-- v.-        ^~.    ^^''^^.^T  , Mil -.VVislnnuton. D.C. Not. ��o, j9o��.      \3te &ptA��'& /rSi-i  way thev have taken upon ibeniselve.-* . fcS3 t 1>1<:ft50 "nJr.oyf'..-,,Trc?:^ or,    w^fcga��ii"&'S-3  , . , Cn3   (n��  Horse f.K*. lui  Dr,c?ici.      U.:,o       X*-^"^!yS'-81,.>--VHtft  "���-    ' ~    ' "    ..a,.-..i    --    .....     .,-- lfe�� u��d   K     '   "   " ~        " **J natJiT  Never Wo:*r*y     ���:;,'.    th-m  n-.1. c<  .it'Oiir your bus-,-.. <-*"���11 ev do tm.' \.ii\  whiKt vn'-i n*o ilu'. ���. m.'ii- I'i *.i'.* \. -  Lc. 01 J'i!.-. mo -v-ai-'i. 1 ..[u.v o.d 1 -.. '.'oi).]  ���j--.iriI.oi s   i> 1 i��.l    hml.loi-.      f v ei \    chinii    u"t!  gi.l'-S ! \lE,Hie   111   'i '*   w In  1 tein >���   1-   !*f"io'.('i !  ll     Stllll'Hll'i-i.     Ill     tl.O    11-0     O!     ihllll  ���1   1  ' - '-I "ii , "Mission in A li ic>  * v len.ui ("lu:;--h of /.i-'.ii  '��� ��� L -.res' founded hi' L'-'T.*).  --. v chie; < oh 11 ,*>, ha'' a  '!.-.   tw.i   I*'i!i*i)|n<;iu   mis-.:()-n-  "iu    hundred   oul-st at'..n.--.  ���''���'���r.'.rd'.s !.i-ili;icnt Relieves Neuralgia.  tin-   bcsi-ili o'.^od nnd n-os'  1 *-*i. ng popuhit ion. m   ii e-  ���''    ' ^'�� i* 1'    11 >"*,!(! 1    ! 'i-dnfec  I'-TV'ler     is     better     Ih.ir.  as   11    io  bol h   snap a mi  -��. 1  ma lie   a  living   out  of chewinc  1:1 .--mdrv  batiooms for the onlerl.i'in-  m.-ii*    of   thoao   gothoiwi   ilnif-.   writes ' doses  in  11   \i.il,   lu < cut.- ��� '21.  Tom   l'i\>v. no,   a   v..r*ll-|vuovvn     Fngb.-h 1 -; ���   ttiti.i-*   ailist,   in      T'Ooklovci s'   Alaga- j     S.n piled.   viMed'01    gi w nod   1 hi-u --  /ii.'*. ;ue   ra.w    to   bo   found   in   *.'i*'   oi   the  ' 1.  w.iiit     to     paint     you."   1   said. ! "\I.-thodisi   cItii chos of New   \ork-.'it  when   ho   had   lake.)   round     tho     hat  ;' '   Fm. iisii  inedifo 1 jiap.-r*-  '��� " -'    l he   appoint iiit-M     o  ���'    ' *;      -.'-      Sl ew ai th s-.es      on  43  1 p  '1���   ��� *** -i<  (^-n-v...       ������-***  1 Po you like your thin, rough,  ^oa hair? Of, course you  at-PL Do you like thick,  nc^y, smooth  hair?   Of  puf'sc. you do.    Then why  jiv7.;T^ . �����       -rap ���&<!>   ���  iiiairViiJor'  J���� be pleased? Ayer's Hair  a ^Etr makes beautiful heads  r' hair, that's the whole  j^ry.   Sold for 60 years.1  j "'". "rT��| "^/l.^V,01*'^ "nir Vipror for a Ion*  \ 7"'''''''.- lu'.  I    .''''',u vvoiiderful  l.;,lr to.ilo.  "u"iii'i.'t.,.'���.     '" V" hillr Kiitlscnlp, anrl.'nt  j ' 1,'..' i'".'M;!>"���: n splun.llil drfjislni;."  \ Ri M     v ''* " ��� TATl'M, Miidlll, link T.  fyiyy-'i-y 1 ��, ���'��� o. ATIir. CO.,  h     KXvti:��.-w.-:.w-.-3 irtf a��    T..i\voll.   Ma.-.*.  *^"-1-'-~"-v-*aiB��^ro-53Ke^^  all- r   his   perloniiani'o.  "\\hat cuiiah, boss?'" he asked, ��us-  pieioi'slv  ' N'i bv . natural color, of co'..r*-i*," 1  1 "j*io d ' 1 want to paint vour laco,  \ i > 11   know  ' Yah, I'so not takmc nnv ho1-.-*.*'  hr- said, firmly. "The cuiiah I'so got  1-.  good  C!if*'u;li   for  t!n-j chile "  1 time ii'.iiiv cot h im-'i.'i ������'d foi  making a colo'ed skcKh fn-ui ii'o ol  a vt i',v lospectabl." coh-t .ohlv m nu  ntli'ude nl ease, s-rb-oijuont !\- adduij  a sl.'.e! c, ��� lo-r .1-- a hack^i < .und and  s. I'.iliru1 i' '.'. ai. eviiil.iiion uitiicr 1 hint i.- f'l \ 1 c* 1 ,* ' Pile -.'...u 1 o.'iio  t nt'! .1 it, ���> ������ n, ��� ! .1 V loP-t.i 1 ,|.je  -��� old io* w ,* ,i b!> ..:...n ' 1 ��� ,, .1 i t.diit  'lui.-, I,-. in-   <; >!; . .ui.:*.     . :,,!   ��� ..   I.i.h. 1  srriTU *m>  vioHi-: ���"n.oi'o n-o tkon-  -..unN villi li\o liii-.-ial.tt' lui'-* l)i-o.*u-"  d\ ���,p->|iN,"i, dtllN'lho l.io.llt ic-n nod sh.'iloi.-.  i'\hi i'iii'i' with tho iloud vi il-'pi i'n-i. n  die \. i-.v to <b--pi*l ti..- ii'.i'iM'- ill,.' l'.'-it  tilt- -. iCtll.l*-. el lh)-. lll-.nl''.OI 1- to 1-1 i. ���  th, :,i .1 rii.ir'i- nl I'm ihi*!.--o'n \ cjol 1.' '.-  Pill*,       �� hl( ll     llli-       .1.,.1'llu     t iu-     N'M     -'.'.-  tulile juils k'l.uvn liciiii op-v to taU.' ..".'  nit' liifiNt i'!l',-:>i"liili-. in th.-ii Oit.ni. \  tlllll   (.1   '.ll''"!   will   movo   I !..-���  the forms !'.e-^t adapted to secure the j  maximum of sunlight ns it is slmworod ;  upon 1 .hern in different latitude--. At J  the equator, whore the sun's riys are j  vorliciil. we find inr^e fiat loaves like  those of the banana, plantain and the  various species of the cactus.  Farther north, where'sunlight strikes  at an angle, small leaves and pine "needles" are found. Then again note the  peculiarity of the Au-nralhin gum treo.  Instead of exposing their broad faces to  tbe sun the edires only aro so turned.  Were it otherwise the sun would rob  them of all their moisture, it being .1  well known fact that th& gtmi tree  grows in the driest region on,earth.  ^fe^3T'5a  lip  en-li'l'i Sofi>in  Cure  for  ten  i# ycin n-.d gia'tly tc*t,lv la ltj ui^r.rs,  K3I. Veurs truly,      Ja.-.ui C. NeUon.  1 THS OLD RELIABLE  S"iva C&soa of Spavin  Absolutely Cured.  Bjlfalo. N. Cakou. Jan. a6, l$oy  I h*vo cured  five horirS absolutely ot  Spa, in !n t he last four y*an witl, your  Krndnll's Sparin Curfl.  Very truly yx>un,   Elarry O. Ruottel.  Hj And -Host SuocossmI Remedy Evor Dl3covorod for Spa.vli\s, Ringbones,  i|| Splints a.i\d cxil E��cmerv6S3.  gg| Tills is the vmqualiaed experience of tbousrvneis of horsemen and ethers in this and other  ggft countries und thoro is no reason why you should not share in tliese benofits. Just read  g��i what the above people say about "KeadaU's."   Write to them for your own taitistaction.  DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.,  Enosberg Fa.l3s, Vt.  im__________________m_tm^___&  Co". .*! IH.'"  ('(.ii   lor    11 >  !">>: 11| 'I'.t'i's  1,1 ni ii. Ll   fm  r-ift !..-..- <-re;.*.i '���'  i. ..1.--    p..-p. ,;\    ���  n 1 d    1 "'lev     1 It-i.i.". 1 ��� i  "1."  Tlie  "Quia   Dr.   Smith.  ,,  While Dr. Theobald Smith was a lecturer  on   bacteriology  in  the  medical  department of the-Columbiau university a boy came to him with a message .  from  a .relative  who  was   visiting in    &��  Washington.   When  the  bov* snw  the ��� |��  doctor he put tlie note back in his pocket, saying. "It's another Dr. Smith the  note is for."  "Let nie see the name on the envoi  ope," said the doctor curiously.   ''That  is my name.  The note is for me."  '���1  y name.  The note is for me."           j l| -���-S^^^D"^ is made tc  ut I was told." replied the boy, "to ( | j ^3^-l^-frr:*.7-W^v^y^i!i^ I'1��"  it to the bald Dr. Smith."'                \ tl ���^yhy^yy^:^~yiy^fAi>^y  h, yon got turned nruimd a little ! J J ''''"^^.J^*^*^; t^-fcj i hC US"Vi  he  name,  that's  all,"   replied  the .' Jb Q^'jr-i.-fr'^^VCi^^^-^  ^,.  ,.���.,���)������,��� ,-..,. .),.. ���...���                      I L5              ^^<^y^      ' '1.'  r.:.'LLERS TO K  is made  to  please  particular  peo-  I   '., .1-   (1' 11 ii  i'i   I 'i 1'''it  M!\-.\!M' S   ! '\!A!F\ 1"  I'l'V.   U ".*  11  VVil.f  o'liv  I,  I'.KDWV  !���   I'yiso    of   i-ai  -i~'.T;'.S,i  ..��; In.    llf,. liel"  S.lllill.  s-<   liiirai '-o'   ..Siuit h,   who   (Mod  recent ly   at  .Li'Tghio  London        Ai'ii'/uaei  Ol"  . yrand.i'ati  XV  son  the  her   unrlo  vnghind.     1 ne  sa.vs:     . "Her  had   hitiitod  Avith   Louis  had     met.   Dr.   .Ip-hu-  ciirod   ol   a  MINAKD'S   LlN'lMl-:>i',T.  MUS.   S; .K.U'LjLU'K.  I    was   ciii't'i! .0)' -sonsit ;\'e   luu.gs,  MIXAKD'S i'.i.vlv.k-n't; .  5IIIS.   S.' 5,L'\S'PF.ItS  l-.v  givc  "01  on   the  name,  that's  all,"   replied  the | |g  doctor, reaching for (he note. [ g��  And it took considerable argument to J ^  convince the boy he was the right man   1 ==:;  ilvic Flcur Mills  Co., Ltd.  r.:.'LLERS TO K. 3. .'!. THE FfllKCfc OF YifL-S  (\-si.-*-.*'i*.N'r Sisn.-ji).  2t'5 up to you to protect -your loved ones- to the*,,  best of your obitiiy.  CANADIAN'ORDER'OF CHOSEN FRIEND  Sun  Drnnkeauoii'i. '  To become sun drunk is a.condition  into, which any one'. may fall hi the  'tropics.'.'Kxposiire to the nun's rays will  reduce a man ton condition'almost exactly resembling drunkenness. He stag--; w to $2,000 ut as low- a cost as la  gers about and is usually compelled to.  coiish-t.-.,^ ^^]^^;;^i.iloI. of. Clu)x,n  ,,*,.,or.js. is uIOroufci,iv'reliable.  \ 'lino doaconoss house and  hospital  ,,_s   b(*eu '-.orcc'.'i'd     by     iho    U or man  i-nd  she   li.Tst if     whM   prohably. j |7;ingeiioa 1  fiiurcli  at Linoinnnt i. .ii t  roinoni-'jj,   (.,,st   oi  .^ U.'O.oi'O   for  Lhe   buildings  child, [alone. ���  ���lasI [lors'.in bv nig Who  be r.-d K'eais. having so.on. as n  the pool 'in her father's garden a'..  Fulboni. A.nioug'h"r onriy menu, nes  was thai of beiiig taken info,' ^<-  l'riiifi'S;' Chariidte's .-carriage.* Al-  li'a.'-;'. ly d'-i.iiii'-'d !(1  '������ to pi,I her 1't'COl-  .-ho v.a;; faincu's  for   her   store     ,01  "S t ���  1!  though    :  l.io   in'l crvif.'v.oi!   (  led inns   into'  print  union,'   her .friends  .,,.,.(<io!(.   iuu<   animated   llow    N.ro:  !���-������   fill hf-r.   of   'la.'ject  .   she    0W0.I      hor 1  of I  Sunlight   Soap   will   not  burn the nap off wooleni-  , nor th'e surface off linens.  lie down and "sleep it olf." Sun'drunkenness is sometimes accompanied' by  nausea. Another curious fact in connection with life in the tropics, where  the sun rises at the same, time all the  year round, is that if you do not get up mcran  before sunrise you do not feel well all  (lay. You feci heavy, out of sorts and  have a tendency to sickness^ ;  Smnrt Girl.  Tl-.c   Cu.iui.lian   Order   of   Chosen   l<"i'ii'tnls is   n.Ur.'v   Caiiadiiui.  The   CKtia.lin.il   Orel or   of   Chosen   Fi.'ioi.ils is   1 ec;5.-; oiod.  Tlio   Cnn.'.iliuu   Order   or"   Cho.son   .frici'tls is  m-ort-.in:  nipidly..  The   CnTi...liiiii   Order   of ' Chosen   1" t i.,i,. Is. bus  ^-,0   Coi.n. ils.  Tho   C-aiuuiiiiii   Order   of   Chosen   l-'-ic-'als hns   '.!."> Oi'o   m.-.n'iiiors. .  Tho   Cumuli im   Order   of   Chosen   l'"no...ls lias   Stoo;0*.u   siuijUis..  JOIN'   KO'iV.    Local   n.i.iul.crs   show   th.-'  ml. to  your friends,    ii you  ore not a.  full   itif.iiiiiuUon   will   he   inrruslii'd   by ���vvm'n.g   to  W.  V. ."vidaVT.VC Vt','  (iriiiifl Jiccnr l��-'r,   ll,��i.iilt��)i,   or '  I \V.  I". CA.itrr.l.Lr.,, (iii.iiil Organizer,  i'l-bnllton.  ' I  ��� A  1 lain fed, sarcophagus, da ting .from -j '   It   is .estimated   that: about   twelve  l2,f>(.'0   P..C.  has  been  found   at   Crete. I now   places   of ��� worship  are  completed  "Do you-know,'"  said   Miss  Hunting, .'It.   is   said   to   bo .the   oldest/ painting j each   day   in   tho   year.in   tho   United  "Mildred _ OiUlersleeve   almost   cOnxod   over  found   in  Kurop.e. | States.    Thc   average  cost   is  S7.U00.,  I Mr.  l-'illmore to iti'opose to her.    That's! :    : [ *>i*_ an   aggregate   of   from   SSo.OOO   to  no-  versa I ion.     i'o   ���''  t-(i   Addresses'     i'ani'  youthh.l 'ac(iuairitauco with   ru.n.  \\-f_,   c-flt-britu's   of  iho   liuic.   and    cho  ink.-riled   his   warm   friendship    ��dh  Thuekeroy,     with     whoso      dnufiai-'L 1    X  Mrs.   Litem.*,  i-he was iiuinmie '>- "   |   *��6.  last.    Toalii.n     f'ho   ifl-Piud   lt.    nave  suU'C-oatcd  lhe   ul��l of .'iV-ndwiuus.  I.how she bocanu*  oi.u  rod."  $1.11",,POO   daily   for   church   hu.ildir  REDUCES  i^;!,i; l ^isigra's'LinimeRt Cures Dandruff.  j    . Dsath  OP  StSJSacy   scorned    tho   onl.  "Ah,   bogged  the  qtlosiiou,   did  sl*.e?" alternative   for   a   vvoil-known   and   highly  ri'pliodMr. Lnrkill.                       /           ' ; respoctod    h-.dy    of ��� Wiii.rl-.iitii      (int..    nun  ' '                                       '       , j had   travelled   over   two   .continents   in   ��. ,                         : ;   ~~          : ' i.'",'���','   K'-'lu';h ,for   ".'-';r>"   it". "-1:* "us   ih,-I A   cioirch   at   a.   Massachusetts    sea-  IIOW  C.-tSV,  is it -not.   for the; Strong to bdity   and    *.. vi;<km.si:, .         A    irior.d    r.foi,.- ���   .         ...,s.���.t    i..,s   ���    s .,.,-,.,���   se-,rcMio-hf  ���        -                                                 ���' mended   South    An,i*i i,*i> 11    N.-r-'ni-         ...,,. .--uie    1 ( sot 1    uas   ii    snoug   st a 1 (. i.ugni..  advis-,* fin;- vvca,,-, for the vvoi! to ra'lvise , buttle lodped,   six bottles  cured,  nnd  her 1 turned   upon   it.   thus   reniiiuli'.ig   visi-  the sick.. j ��u"'>   ^'.'''V'''1   t(-s��it, ,-   '"'..   ,,   '      -���-.-���   tors  of'the  time and  [ilace; of evening  1  words .    "It  has saved   mv  life.   ���120. I . ;  service. ��������� ��� ���      ���      ���  teli. fer �������� Ocissun Ear.  To   live  ! .slow)v.- -C  1  >t*g it  is  necessary  to  live j  ���.���ro.  Knife- wounds     hen I    a    groat   don' ' '"*"  (piickor  than   tongue  wutinds. ���-----��� -,-... , ^  .v'rtt/rn   * n  n  :!*i:-'kc*d in the mti11-:'! of iho pc-pie j  '   ^Z     ".       --    -Jv*^^^'>^'^"v*V','��J*'**'V-^*>-^-'"^ ''?  oP*'  ovie :'"id i.  ir.-  . \ \1.1. ...  a; 7.I.7.M,'.7 77... i, :��7!f\y y y j T^to^ iMW(L=!!!0f.. <n���,'   "'-orr      .    ���       .7  r'duvaai.:.   ::.[ :) :i ' >,.-    *'"m-"   'm-ig, .y^    ,,;(3'tL   A. J-", U . .    $$     -Ek        IV Vs!    ^.Eii.V��?   r��  V    V JL    IjJUl  (A.i a'! f. c. a. i. '"       ....Ij^ ,--.^hiy,| ;iosiaL.���|KlI    j���.:   -- ' Orimpboll . ,       ..   ..,.,,.     !'#...'.  I...*.-.wif-r h-,o- (��� hi'.-''   .:   ,:oi   <.."���'���-.'.''!       .       . ' w Tdnn*- ��� * ���'::���    . -    -��� ^ ������!-'-!U''u.       ,    A,'K\   "-V, j  ,     fctrt'tt  L-i.'-T" :i-.l." u'".-.'.:. tji.ir you   are *  "-. ,r. *nm:i a- c��. -,   -  -   -    <  k vn::, of .-��� n: rcririioN  ubl'.sbor-..   |, ,*,,!, ...-,  f  ,e  i oil  UK) |  w.-^i i::v. :;.  -.. ... i.  U'cmf-r .'we (��� Pi'.-g   .:   .:oi  ,(.-"  i i ;  I , t t_'i)ii!i.;;c:--,  | rain's Co jj.i* 7 ~l.V"A. ".its "Oir-r ajj.. |  i grp.*, (' :*.', it ' -b" if-'.","   taji.ienoy  ,-r  *-.' i'/.1.   I -I-  * ,''*;jjli!     ..!     '*    '-J *- *' '������-.���.  Resuiomle.i    lots   jn   T.irLtocI:     j_    7,7,7:.,,'   .. i- .*en : r.* wC^hady in  ?,.'C"-'t-- . ' >';-'  t'.uiii.bty -'  I -    il-ipi if   ���'��� ii -'t:  j     fifed   to   intend   I..,-o   meeting.?.  % OPERA HOUSE  I        ;-i     n   f*    i    ^  ....] V. ;.' 7. ..'- ;-  '.-,:'��� ' . ' j&iiiiiotj.i  i  ::', an.; t't.L* to t:iL:c j  ^aTURFAT  OUT. :.l,.lSOU. ( ><;, ,.,]u',y ..L   ���,*..���;-,:.!  ( f  c, Tw����^e��*��JB��*��'r��N��i*swcK ?T����ra.ta*.XJ,��  'i -_* T-.,.- .-cr-~~v* ���> erfrmrst*  fhe {ate Right Hen. W. &   Rltuistonsi ^        jt ^     ^^  g ^jr  ��� .'(.ice  said:   "NoMiing except   il-o  wi��1' ^       J g g^gjj^ii'-i  a  ^3:>  ran make monsy without ativertising." | fsa     l-.o ti?5Uu  , . j'ius is why Gladstone"  is remr-mhered ,  5Sthe Grand Oid Man   ,  : **,) ii i_  I' '.  x-jn*,  >,J!;a-��>   i'-o-sts,  2sToLon Tribune:    Thm'O li >i. kind of |  ?       V'r .,; -fuylint, in the air tnat (.he   recent  le<iCi  y.'.{ *' ;'  bounty grunted by the eo*. -. rniuent has  ���*" *',".' ' .' not been the means of stimulating the  - - - -- b .                                                               ���      \  ;''i'���'".' 7 operation of. Mines ii\ tho  Sljctiu  in a  ,' ^y), .1,11'i.iunor comiiiensnvate'wi'h the p.ctual  ���       ,7 , uounty juiyment iin-J   L->j   !"jitHi"ii'Ji',i  lutfor'.h bv t^o'-i-sii.'-   f L". dejNELfOIv,  ,ii\ yt vn? .rs v. -> ���  -��' i'- -. '* 9  , ��-������j.tt> <���-^  - 1  _    1   '  . uncgy pi  7uud the, minoowpcrs v*f   tbe dii'.iic1. '..  1 * ,  'get it'from an   miwi'.luig   iV.'V'jri'nu'Ut.  i  9 jwr��**3w*"*tt'��ttiita��L,T*''vt^J^w��.w--'M^r5^.",*^^wtrr\^^        '"VI**??   '  ' I  C  rrot':3G and lit on "\'ictOj.ia slrcot.  fiou.-e ami   ���'*:   'j:t'Lal:e (-jl-orc  ivemic.  Kuriincds    block    011     Victoria  i    street. ���     ,   -  Good d.,i:y biuines'j near town.  1  !        Mining stock.  ; ,      -   FOR ������ SENT.  j Oinee rooms and living  appart-  !   t.iieuLs on Victoria sheet.  Housed lor rent,   l  1       s  Wc do   &   goneral   commission  bu&iness.  ...;   farrel! & Smyth,  IM  li. A.  fiayiiygTiiyw  1. s.jo��."sr v  ^|) OOWNEOrXON.  i'Kj, _ .*'(  J'|      ';'J\.'  luai ^--jpjfS-TiT. sens-  ���-i.wwwi.tfT t.��aSM��P-' ��v*  y  ���ft  Rollins" & Dickinson  ^  1  OKANBROOK.  A   Modern Hotel  lv a MocIhvii Town  i*i(t��>�� i-j*'!-��� ,r  .w.��*x ''o'��'F'   it  W=?i-^ w'""' 1-"E" "'"' ;������ f?$6������5j������:�������������������������������������:���:���^-i���C:  ��� iUeebs every ^lond.iy'uvcnin;; in   their  ,"1  ^--rc^-X   ,*��.   1 i.jiwM. ....Ml n -'TT-n���.- nnTT'iTTftur- ti .iriiirw,. 11 .1. n i i>. m.i  ball   on   Victoria  Eire��t.  ' Bojoiunmp ��    F|^ gg^^^SJ^KOESES^^  Odd Fcllov/f cordially invited. f> ' ���'.'.'       1��  0. A. Fi-ors, V. ���'  S^iyrii,  Xobie (?r<ind. Secr'y.  r ��j  ,-?-\-.     <  Moyie Board of Trade | $  ' i EyxJ  "Jk'ets- 'on thc iirsLW cdncsday ^  e\e:iiii.. c.' Ctioh    month at | ^  f. oV.o's,L cinup   ia the eon it ��� ft  h.yye.                    ' I Ci^  i.v..'i.."- v.ko:;l\, iL.ii. Fred.  iiont:. B. 0.1  ,   and JSatli Ttoojoas,  lu S'i'lLS'i'". Ltn'Iilino.  L'lX .10. i  iuv.��gw.,wcyT>.'**., '^^L-eaiyv^. k.'ws.jnv^rwt tiira^y*H.^.wJ'i,n  ,i .   i  Ma(.::on\';  rit>!-,  .���'���j  '.'/ fairy want] in onoiiing   the   gio.it iinnl  V  YV. JI. Stosu, Prop.  :'*'    i; j7lu conliniialion  ol   ihi��  i-u.ie cuiueo  ( 'A- V," , "*, ilio news Hint there is ur.ls   uh.nico 0ol  7"/7:..'' "ibe Si! 3'higene nuoe at   Vioyi-j   begm-  ' '���'*>"}   . ^r.ing'  active   operation;   btiore   Apiil  ,*'*"    l -next.    The re.iton of   thi.-   H,Uioiig.rt  1     i  '*_'    'j/'   ,;;iu bo the.ji.^iiou oi   ucijr.K   laic.-.-:   "���{ Op^l W5Udli6Sday,*>  /r; *'!.:, - <u bard tc beheve tb.u t.fe o. j-. it.,, aid Saturday  '. ,; -������ iiu'"iD,r iu tho ��.,<=!<��� ���-', l-inj boundary  ,V7'. "< imuey oe'Hi po iil."j''!?����� on ,tJ\i��- woro, can  "!'-.. iv. ( 1 in thieliit'iauoe bo umoadoiipblo in it?  17' w ' : demaudis. Thtr great mine has never  :.!!!.7'F'. 7't'insoired the blip-hte-it doubt among  '"-- "'-i -"7 mining men-and it '.v.i? tliought aU  ;;, 7f r;' iilongthat a bonus on lead would solve  .77 ' '77'"' the problem oi the struggle the 'com-  [ ,7.7:7 j,} yany went through to keep afloat  -",' j'7'7;' wli'.jn lead wad .at its lowest notch.  '"'.,"'$��� V,"*' '-i^'ivoue thought thp.t u>e govern-  1",' ''Ah ." '��{ merit annouiicetnenl   would  act  as ,a  'fe'S^ ���fiViteosite-  It ���<.} K  ���CSS!' 1 ". I".   i.'-.*i[>l^'i'0.",",   '  Vitic-Prca"  r>  ���r*^L��a?rr*K��:  Harvey ��� &   McCa.  I ly  . \A,  \ u  ' , ' t  ; i  j  Sco'y, j jy]    K  ,rt9r,i M  laifflr  Hioimtain  :t. "r ��  ? 13  JI. (h\:iI'll.'*:i.i.  (���V"1 M"M^-3(pWT��^*��e  CHAS. P. CAMPBELL,  Undertaker  and  Embaimei  G'ures Pn.in Instantly ,  in any part of body*  A ��  1 '.:. '-77i7 Kootenay mine, and it ib, to -Jay the oeivc prompt alter  ���;\ 'ji^-7! least, disappointing to have to chronicle ��"''��� ^ay. Fhone -7  I" ���'it',!"/''.hat an eagerly  looked  for cent  has   -,     *    -j^, .r.^- . '  CufEns, Cac-ket-jj shroudG of all sizti;  and styles constantly kept in stock.  Oflice oyer Imperial Bank of Canada, Telegraph and uiail ordera receive prompt  altentio-1.    Open   night  \h-V:' 1  ; ,���";'���-���*; !;v!jet-Q   postponed' for   six    months   or  rt-.U: ���  ���  niore.    There ia some   ajtivity   in   the  ',,'Slocan,but hardly suCFcicut to orouso  : the commercial   csuliea   l'-*  auyhinn  .' .' l,\.i- ��� -s-beyond-the mcr'i citlini?ry  .ii      .,- - 2     i       r f  .. a fit. ! ^^_-_^___ ^_.  !.v   ,*- ''?*,--,���' .  ���' '���''PAtf *,'.*>  ������' J 71"'',',!!��'' J      Fi ve years ago  ,,,dji.;,.-.-.'.' '   .  V'..?.:i1":  ' .   ; l ' ���.  ���j }u::"-  , "iv ���'.-',' ;  ;    - p'1,  1    ���,;.'.���     . .  i.  A2S,    C.*,  Tl cU'-����,-����� V.'-or.t -Kr  Mr??, W. A: 'Pr^%  Tiiotogiaphar  a Trail  jr,Dche:   *."���  I i;.-aiia/,ji--.-  Withoqt taking a. drop of  rnotiioinc. All the supeiiieial  , pains aro relieved without the  big ribl-: ol taking dangerous  drugs into the system. Its  v;o:*h   is    simply   marvelous,  t  Price. $2.00.    "   -  1  CHRISTIAN      NIELSEN,      Agent  MOYIS, li. 0,  0. F. DRSAULNI'EJ!  PROJfPT DELIViARV.  10KT cTii;:hK,B. V  1  p l  KEY EL; 7 OFT, h. C.  ��� a^.TTa^.^3: y,*r-a**-��^  Barristers & Solicitors.  W. X?   GTTS.D  liAKKlSXBlt, aOLICITOK, ETC  i"  CRANBROOK. L B. 0  L:>M."jtor fc  1  ������1 '���!".  ',' an'a marl- ou a bilvor duli-M' 2nd   v-'C-nt, ^21:.���m.i:'-:'*"--���"-"--"��� "*  ���fi -to.town  and Lpsut it '..'i'-ti ft -iic-ruhnnt-j .... v,M-p  ',' Before iho ycr.r  v^r-a  out  he got   tbo j  'V market! drliar back   nrnin   for 'poultry j  and spent tt aga.n w.th   ;:   - rr.il   r,:tr-   vt%^!i:-i>jlLs)i  -V cb.int.    For    Iin:..-    m    ��ire.   j L'..s | ttv ,,; -;    ;..-,..    ^    :J-,,  ������;   Ih.at   dollr.r   camr   ':om:   t';   inntl il-;  I,   produce, and thrcn tiav*.- hz hCTd 0; :'. (.7' C     -.7.7 -i' ���'.- ���-"   -  ���'  1   in the hands   y  \  --T-   !  iQ,uee233*' A'3-s.  r-j-i*r .^LlA-ira s-T 1 -. r- i* ���^^i-r^C"-^C3L*^rrcl'iT��r\=*��^nt*  MOYIE n.-nk of 0.w::-:l  . t ii ii//>'i. ���- a*��        j./jit  The palest buy of the. seaton, and yot; will double your  money iu three,month*-. The coir,pai,y liave 12 claim.-;,  w hi (ih iiirruutjd the St. Eu<;eiie mine���Hie largest ailyor-  lead mine.on the Aine'rioan continent.  ury'.Stock is low Sei  50 Pr  to-  'A  S3'  (-4  y  ^  ^  DE, F. E. KIN^G,  ��>ES��GipJCXS&,3?��  Grantoook,   ���        B,  0.  Q-eorge H. Thompson,  jBAKRi.^Ticn, SoLrcrTOii,   No-  tiny Punuc, (5:c.   ,  ii" ' ra,  moii:r.bo;.j..  , i  y.  ill  '7  *<$  '��� i ,.,  JI'  i   last tine he *ot ii ;n change, twoycaifi j  '.j ago, he G3nt il to  'i :..:��� '��� cjae,   hc*u..-c I  ;   i      !    that   hr.'i  ama.^eti   a   milhon   uoli.w!  '7.'"   "i   selling Ih in! rate stuiT.    Kohar-  ne\ei  \; ';     '; . seen    thhl dollar since  and will   not  (--7'   %    until U..3 crack of doom.    That  dolbu  wiil never pay any r lore pcliool Oi roml \   t I    "  tax for lisin, uo cr.hclp to buikl up ti.e ( ^  town or coutitry. i:c:er help to blees or ', "'  bn'ghlei. lire hor/.ec   cl   hie  abiahbors-j  He sent it entirely Out ol i��g circic  of i  usefulness to l,im.-- Trail I-:ev,s. !    . .  .'- ; 'y���i  i  ]i)ur aim v.. to i.'.,i.ia p^li-onc.  i  i '    '  j Good   :ir,ul b.i,f!   bou'hfi   in ':  i fti'T-,;,, on  ha.it(i.  ."^  I  t:  H  MOYfJW. L. ''    ^i  ci-'^'x ^"!'^'A,^'~->."*'-^--'>"���-"-'"-''-'��� vv.*- i- -,."..* ;>,*..'^-,"^''-c-''<''- -T�� "---.* ',.-v^'^v>''C^-" '���'"Nr-'1'--."''?!  ^i-  &;��? ^-:i i^-:L.l',^^^r>f^.r>^'";..oil:^J>^:^^ r^,^^^?   dffixrf^'^  fevj  For Particulars apply tc  FARRELL &* SMYTH,  ���tc% n. rrr.M- : ���  w "* _*r*^i i*****^* r ju.**,-t"*^'^ - s��. fjtf���w t��-"*."��  f":y"  :,Ii)VlK3  riL-wINO   l.'OTFf.  A  ! -J  fcunes to tho �� =  W. IL r. t.,:L0Sii7, Pi^nr:  JOSEPH WiEDHHSTADT, Prop.  Joseph's   Con v ent.  ^-j��.ic^ca_^'... ^i-r-gJU..,: UJC^a*rjT.'��VAia.a^c=  )m.."(.1Ij ','  u  I >r    .   (.Mil.  ,K':-  -L.ut..--' ���  3"io'1'o~.'  li   '  i    ��� 5  . ed r-y Lie t.-.^i.'i.- o'-. oi. Jo^'-'ph, i.ei-ou  I 7!.    'J.      vjosninerel'.i     and     bUjinc. ",  J0'"..:t"dCd 2.  specialty.    Z::c-*il.caGe   nnd  Io his caily  days riir Trio ir. as L-ipton j zvn^x  ->r0gro.-r,  chau'c-.tcal^e   each   de-  denied b:::*.sci  rli/.oat  every   pleasure | -.,.;.-; r, unit.    Parent j   en cm Id   v,i'Itu   foi  except    ti-at  O-   "ir.-:as5:KC   "- fortune, i particular.,,    Cne month   assures   the  77,- i  , ., r-f-- e' on t.,, .:,,���,. i pubMc  o."   the   Ihorouglmc::G   of   tiie  ^al!ingoncc^ou:,c...su,cn.u=.t-t,o^.^crs:^cihod>j   ^ ^^    Term,  matters he vrae o?:-jrcd c ci^ar  jy   i.:e  t.urjrn^,I(,c ,;alll: ,.rv    ^...'i  :Ll-d  fjept.  to Aa'd ij7o:>r ali.  IPc^iJO/te  -���. >  Tlie ! 'ir'   of "'tu'commc'dations  :--r ill.'- '.raveling puhlic.  I5. 3. McMahon, BIgr,  ifc'TOwuHt-ujilii.ta"X"^T^'''XVl*v^'i-irt^'>e>r^g^^ja^  FOE   PINE   TAILORING' GO    TO  MBEOHAHT   TAELOit  h".  r*i'  K*<  l  lvIaNCJ^aCTUR ?^r^>.  *,-**=�����**���nw*SI*3V4~ /...ni  i*M.*��rtrii.tt��vA*M'*i'^M%��jaih��.iy��MiMJM->  S   LIKE    INSURAKCII;  I  COMPANY.   u*.  ft  ii������  a  1 5  <a  ���r<  ^.i  _H& sE&> ^>^\MfJYTE'  Fine   Guiungs,    OvorcOdting  Trousers,   Iir.purted     Goods.  B. 0  ��� VIA���  Whiob. Furnishhs Life;  Insurance a.s an investment tor you and a safeguard for your family.  Fl  oflicial.  "^o, thank you/ :.iid '���'*A' '-ho:::  Clhdn Mr."' L.pto'.:. "^'.Uho'/gh I u  th-j bif.g' -.1 . *..(-I'C- ���'"��� ; ;'L;i ''''���; - -" v  Binoke r ij/:1"-.  "V/i:.U do y1"    ���/o!.e'"   " .   -i-     *  prised '.">'.:!y.  "JJaoo'L'   vi'i the prompt :ttiy  Cliamb(*il-un7 Gij-"*.;!: "fi'i 7.v'. - ~  renMirk. bhi recr.rd. It ha." bt ,'i ri -*.*.���-  for o*?r thirty y-ja-s, dun/.-j **,"hiv'-  ,"Ul  Fu\r.!s are admitted curing torn  TJLlT 'JTSV-J r,OT"-r*V't.'*0��*;S-��  ^-'.  'i ^^ ^  I  '    W  ^5  fl, Agent  MO YIP', IJ. CJ.  ji  I  h  i  I  i  i  i  /���'"> fy^ yr  ,   .1  II ..������IIII.IHMIM     ,���....I.I   W  III..!���  !��..������    ."I    I ' "  ��* i", t: 5;j  i    ...  '-.    ��..'iJ.      L  Tho fvSofe* Complete  ^ EAST KQCTENAi 'BOTTLING  CO t ^^gs^g^ggg^^  ; CHANBROOl'i, 5-  C*. "'    *  JAreated Waters ox all; |ftff A"VII?  Orders Soiioitcd.  /il  o vi  "..< .. ��� < < !  time .'-naoy.mUimu ���botte!.-i..hav.'.*.  biVy-i,  h^ '  rsiiimiij   in .the  sold,and'used.    It.. lic-O  long bee;:   the j jj^jdsciilar'"i^i.��o'a-ccs.  ���ho    s'-opiipen^     o-  y.hi PwVPIiS. Ciirc -dl  Nervouc ahd j-  Cr^  G  XT IS D JS Ii 8 TA1? Ts Ii Z K8 TER J'JIi \Cj CO.  jMt Wator  and Birptoas,|       [gggf Bg^, .��� POft@r. Sfld   BOttletf  i    '��JWir-T -  v*.-\*m^ ��� ���������������r*��-^sr=tai  fBI^VO^^?, ^7JC"-X3>TJ^    \V  ��� stnn.bird . and   main   reh^nCtj   m..',:it*i.   ,ri��  YV AT-xD.i'y   I-Ier.l   r.I!    Kidney, | Spokartep Geati.'i-c   nnd ' Co^st 'I'liintaJ  n;-n "in   thoi'.aau'Jc-.  yi! Liver and Ktohiaoii AilmuoV::.,     .      '7        rjt, TaviPDulutii. Jlinrvecpolic  '   ���'i  ���yy.:i 3.1.1V.  iT^tir-'i'".'- .-  nwfii'  ���A-'--  .: i:.' '������  -treatment, o.   crovzp  7io;:--iiy yyh during, ill   t-'i-;" t'hp.c   up j     T.u;y  .-,,- ;v JfevcrfcUini;  case  -i:i��3 ,0a'e7 b��e:i   roport'-jd .to   7i'^ !f';r aU'Rlioutnatic Troubles. '   7.  ' i  ' -hanuaiclurerG ��� :i7 which'. :'!������' f.iii'jd   to {    'xiiillxiy 7;I5 to $?.S .per week,   .ic- |  ePecta euro.   ."iyJisa. given'rs eo'=:i  a7 cording to re^doncciu Hot:;! or y.ilhis. j  the child,beccmej   li^arse. or  even   e.u '  soonasthe croupy  bough   appears,  it  ���will prevent tho ittack.    It is pleasant  \to take, a::d many c-iildrOn like it.    It  7ontaio3 no'opi'.im   or   other  harmful  '3ubolans'ec and i:i;vy be give::  r.e  -eon-  ���TT-rzT!r;";r7;*T^-rT,.r*'r".":~iT��r^'T  ':.T*r3r.*r-T:*u  'idently to a bivby e.e to .'.'.:: eo  IE, TQIJ MfEi'  -,'     LOT TO SELL, .-���  .   A IIOUHKTO Efir-.-'T,  ;       FINING dTOCP: TO  BLL1  Or if you wifjh to invesi;  i*i any of these eoubul!  Chicago ::pd ViKyU- Tflast. .  '���'    ^TRAINS.DAILY 4  ,-. �� ��� FAST..T!'ME l��  i Nev/   a:Ppi:pnient    Tbrougirout,   -Day.  ! Ooaoh(;7 Palace   and   Tounet  ! Glespsre, Dining' is'ntl :Btii*  j ���     let Smoking, and Li--  I    ��� bri-.ry Cure.  "  For Tickets;   RaU-c,  Foldew and  Full   infermati^h. call on   or   ad--     !  .' i  IIPPS & GO: - BBBF:ftlW.ays-o  ���-.   ' :'". ,'������ .. Q,xialit>y :Ho1b ������excelled. mtliG. country ���. /firy-ibuM'  ./.,o^bAL.^n.; :.E,.,i.j     .. ., ... :'.p:0-.convmqe.av7y. . ���  ���������������.���... .-.;;  "*"'v"r""     "'" ������-;'''i-'---^    ' --- i f$$y&&?y&^^  ��� W mfw'  ��� ��� .    '���-���������,?. ������' *  Fednli   r.hd Chered Meivte, Freeh      !|  F:i'h, Chimb  v.::a  Poullrv:    Y/y  A  ^  )d-  ri-lv     f.1--,    l.  supply   ouly   t^-j   !..*o'j5.      :rour  tredeajolieitfed,  I WLvfl'.iJ  :rc!',t jj-lortihern  .f.'.geut  or ",?rite  /.. n. v;. ..jmn'NHto.x, u. \v. :.'. A.  012 First Avenue,        Sj-iattlk, Wash  .British. OoXtimhia-  "A  'N'li'V-'iT^ Ji,./i*%'?iJ.       IT  I*  (1,1  h*-  fcb.p-J8eHt;. BrandB of J^qlxora asicl. :G3g^^?j"..,(  ( IliiAortoAit'i ,-.���'-. i-oii EA,yr'Koo'j.'i-;'N.;.y  HEA'DQUARTERS ^V0E COMMKk'CJ'HAJf..  A^'D'MSNJNG MEM  /ik.  (!)  /ft   M(>v'��J'J  ^ - ffa-"^-"  19  iiJii.ifr"iiflHC<>Ij,;;1ll!l;t  "S'  H  fjs  #"4  SMt^ng


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