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,,,!.:■ ,F. M. Brown, a prominent; 'memberii^g^nAht; elections at an early a  date.
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      ,. ^Ins'week, where she took her daughter   condition of/theproyi.iice..   While'the
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bi.AAub.blp'itv.an::pArtsv'of:;.Cauada,   United   States   and
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VTiioap.^vbo-ivtteil'de'd'.Abe  Cranbrook
eu-brat'ion On:Labof,.Day   say   it   was t
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Liberals are,;talking,= glibly ]of .paying
cash  subsidies onJyA'or   aiding  in  the
'.no,!
{'■coDstructioii''''''.\or'-'new-'-.T!iil^ays,''.th(V
ixevennei" nubsufficient: to pay the
ionlinary running -'expenses" of" the
! prorince.; The annua1- deficit ie'large.;
AlAand M-ro. I*:ueii>-el-reb-ued bctnc?jAe   'ASpeAdil:b;esVbncreaseA:but, "iho
reyoniie'dpt-ij  nol beep  pace.  .People
. ::;A"'-;i. :;-J"1';:: yesterday, froni Gran brook. v.bero ,
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i are cry;ug;, for Abe abolishn:ebt  of ' this
A tbiit'.iiiX;: and
tii'iis y'elling for 'npproprla-
'ba.nk Alias ■■ Ibul   brpiue -lattice ■ \rorkc-t CpAibrook^ laat .''Macdaj- ' and';: m tde ."5   -vorka. AThis poliey   could' A'Ayt hp.ye}sonZZ[ZZZ'liK "k' ^/^Z  ffl ;tlia
placed in live- bankdo ■iake.ibe-plact! of j ,:es jn  •)!: jnnildeband'A'OsecondSi Ki,-- on j ;e iiii; and'tb.eVnu'.-hip:..-, conic.   .TliVf'j^jo^^ -vhich is ,.«.<;.
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tax and the biseniufi: oi tbi";t !;i,x.
lions for roads
Rill-will prpcfiod;underA
the:;Yunbpu'yer'A Westminster;" &; Y'bk-''-AV
;on]A; tbe:; "Mootena%;; /Gen tral- -■ aub-Vtlib' ■;:/
itoplebay^G^ribop - &. "Pacific 'railway :: r;
tb;-give:tWpconnectionsAvith the;Grand;; A
Trunk Pacificdn-theAnorth/ 'bne':;'frorn';
Vancouver,' tlie  other tfrbni gbutbeast' :A
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coitve4througb; Cariboo::>iiiVhiiye j'a" b'
braucii Abrobgb.: Yellowhead':'Pass ko'k
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may•■'tapvtlie.,grc3at iwheat belda^o'f \tli'eA.-:;
northwest.;-;:--: A:"- A.;.'":--:"-! :!'-'-A'"-';.\'-.:'\;: /'bA--'-
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Try WAPv.'Stone's "bath; .rooms,-'Baths'
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. ;. Good rooms,'good  tables and' bar,
and first class, sample rooms.-.   ,
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.'GO'N S.ER.VA7IVE PL At FOR 'W-
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with liouAo for comniercial men., .be
of accoininotbitiontp.
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popporlcrs aro un-tct! tmu  veil- organ  ,,,,.,,„ i.:IIItl»i unites>vith>.o i«i^. ^bmaijo to
" ■ !'i-.'.i--.cb And ll-.oy can poll fi-'.-O voteo  on  a i timie /tn,i Oiiinnicrfo: ,
!   ,      ;'    ..'   .."',',' ■'   ' -I   ..S-'l'l-at to t-r,i'.--',.trt!St.-ll-.o,u>ii'itii'toiln-iirv, tlio'
i'l'iay S notice.' ...... . ' j Umt-ioit of irtotoi t ttoro-.tK  uiinos^honui- bo  on
■ 1 ' j the biisis oiu peroc:.iilai;e on tlio not proliis.
!     vot .-'. uiiuute should -ba  ioac after a |.  : , ■■'■       ■;  --i"n--at »Uo seoorniuent ownoi>bi]„ of toie-- -
I -.-'.■'.        -,.-■■'.' -Tl» •.Viro.'.l '.T'M.'lS CO\'t.'j:it»:. j l>.hor.'- systems .-Itonhl   oe'. brooglit   about lis r.
i i-bild    1-ikuv.s    syinotonui    oA   cho:era ;■•■ rirM. -nop iii Un- uv-ouisitiou ut'\.uWic. utilities.' ■
!.    . '      b--i       •   '.*    ■ i i  ■■ ' '      IT 'VOU   ilbi'nd ' 'I'nrc'nasi.-U:   property ,     "'li'-t «V POi-.ioit ot ovoi-y coal  r.roii horcai'ter to '
i liuanium. J bo lirst unusual looseness ;         •        i .          b . ...a     '■   ' '  i bo do-poso.d ofsaou'.d bo rcs--rvi.'.i from sale 07
j    ,   '   ,         1 '"     v      t       ill,    . ,,ii,;r„.on Movie don't wait until    the,   mines   lonso; -so iimt state otvnod mines imn- In; easil-'
of     the  ■ bov,'Cls   sbolbd.   be   SUbiCtenb             •    ■          x , ,,               .              Uuc.-ssiblo; if their operation becomes uecoss.irv
. ■ ■.    "-tt ■•         i-o         i                 onen   no,   but ouy no?:,    bee D,   J A or advisable.         •                                     ",
\ warning.,   K   .unmcdiute  and   proper..;*   ,..■-'     .          ' "f; .   ' .     -.. -I   0 That in the pulp lami  i-Se«: Pi-orision
' -,-t-irnt     b     bven- ' W'\0»i    COPSC- ' ^lIVer"     Hc,basA.>b,   njt_   ,bo    m   all    should bo made for  reforesting and tii«t step-,
^     l-ltn   '    '-'     -b "u-'.   --,fu-J   l""-^--     ,,„,.„,,,-(,....„    , -\t,„ ,(,v-o-i   >.,-, .- -snP    snould bo taken lot-the ceu'oral preservation 0.'.
luueuccs - w:3b bo uvcrled,;, Cbamber- \^ /'//^ >'V'.-'" bJ*c-; -:u-t---at'; f^^f^if «^nSt the w.*stcfui dM-
! Iain's    Colic,   OltolSra   aud  Diarfhooiv! st-atii;,i''^ r3nl' . ,■" : '|  '"? Timt.ti-o lwisiaturo and ro'-0n:);:e.:io''.tho   .-■'
j //•• i —'--—-' -—. ' prov.i.'.--oe should perf.-"-et-e nt-the eil'oi-t h: t-'.-cuvo
i ib yiidy ia tJ!/e qoio r^iiancc  of   Lb'oua-i ' ,,        ,„'-„, 1 the exclusion of Asiatic labor.
b  ■— A ■    .'-.      . .,,        ',-- Cout-o 3pr--lo2c, ]    8 Thct the mr.ttcr Of better term-, ii: the vs.. •
binds :A inutbsry   and   "ly.-lU.   t'.tu   lucy j:     ,)„..„,......'   w.;„,-i;iv'  „.-,-i,n^   -t    i,b °- si<b--;l..ly and p.oproptiraloits for tho, provnttA..
■ivcu ttitir cniiureii * .u-.".'-:.-.; :,   ->,     Servico ol .11 a. iu, in tbe Odd ; i*"' Fo-rcrantt.-.,it ■     -       ,
l> T!-,-.:.:-1i-j .--il-.L-;--:-.t;ul it-.d-ostri'-s of'tho'p-fo'.-'-
b.'ce )."j fpstored and ci-.conraged by tho impc!*.!-'
tior.' ot Aicrc'sed tftivtot-.is clui'.es  o'\  lend' it-''.':
1 ,-   ■     , ;'ei-,,1-;"(;-0:.:t-.;'ii;r''-L>i-l'.-(-into  OS pj-.iltt, fluii   '.'.'.?'■'
i       - -b!-   .lb «.  TAlLOlA, l:.z:OV  1 Sl"l b"-u:-;-jr-v.Uv;;.  i:o-mbcv:; of  r'hu  M.;in.iui :h.
j '■•   ' ' ' ! il'jt;.:-:'i ^u.'.'.JK'.d :-> s'-.pr;cri  ri.-.-- nictiou iiitl!.-1.•
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1. p. m, i '.,',1:1.-; T-j-iV.lt-I:-,yrcoM lo-.y to.-d iu'-.irv but''- *.; t'A
liars-  is     a •'Vi'tvy-. ibtvt H!.-^
i seemetb   riglit unto r,   ;r:m; wiit   »'--
lend lliertiof aro tbi'-v/aya oi 'death.
a. in.
!o:,yo-oUon
,,byery libtiaehoid'' should- have  a .botils • ib?lluv,'s' hall.
i\tl baud.   .Got 'bio day. ' It may   save '     All are welccnio,
! a life,    Ppi' -5'ile by ad tbuggisLa,
j^ra.~a.:'>^r»^vni-T.-^~ -z "•
T-.1.-3 .r» a cjuc »r=Kiria5tOirJ.-icarrrt
NV'Ai'CH   iiBl-'AUtlKG   A   HVECl.'^TY.
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.; p. m.   Ssrviee iii Iho ball-at
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.Tsi-v.".-".-*.:.-. Oil AN BROOK,  B.   C.
■Olliciul Wiitch Inapcclor for   tlie G.'-.P.
K. Grow 's.N'cfct nivbbn.
Vl'b 'yA^bjAyhobiab-* y"s:c" tg provide 01011111;
,-.';-'.Y\.r*.'----.V''o c't.-iti.'-'M'.:.'l -yf -itteli i-lisiidtou
:'. .'.'■■:'-::-:■•;::.,-.;.;; cv:;.:;C auoj'oyi: ;3,  . " '
AU !l*'C3 cordially,   lliyitcd    IO atlc?nd    A^-n A-^ ::<■.:, y.-Vduot-of the proviui-o witltii:'
t'vCPO SCrViC0*i '              I ib.e pio. irce ::s l'-u-os pi-f-ctici'.bio  by, moan*! oi
■"■'."         "" ' UlXalion ou tin.-.-.-i-.id   ':ov products, :|-;nbjeot   to
T. A,   I'.bOA DFOOT, Pastor A reJu'it*'-*"'tliu sauiu in wliolo or purl u-licn umu
' " ' ri'.f.tl.-.tUl'L'il "Ot r.lPlSh IJolnuibln.
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BY SYLVANUS COBB, JR.,
Atfther o£ "The Cunmaker of Moscow/' '*The Fortunes of Conrad," "The Shadow of the
Guillotine," Etc, Etc
llatlic'l \vi,s LoKtoiccl ii)* in. a sitting juj-Mt.oii. .niii sin* looked better
1 hoii:,ho h.id loo .tl fo. innn\ davs.
Mr* took t.tiii ui" ll-.ij M-i\;.uis bv the
b.noi. t'.inl ]).--'..(! il uai i:>!.\ — pressed
n with w.i-i in I'liiouiu), though her
oviii   hand   t..is strangely told
"My   children,"   the,'said,   "I      feel
better, iiiid  it is  vour kindness     that
has maio mo so  peaceful   .mil   happy
l.aui going  to sleep;  and i  wanted to
.■see.you before J  .slept      The    thought
was with  me, and     1   might  foroet   it
if  t  let  it  be  to      another    lino-.       1
wanted to     bless  you,     and   tell   you
how much J   love yon.    1   wonted     to
telljou all bow happy 1  am   in    the
faith that   this  poor, life is     but    the
beginning   of    an   eternal   life.       Our'
homo is   in   the  bettor     world   be\und
the vale,   whore   Cod   the   Father     is,
and.where the Blessed Saviour reigns
foi'overmore.      If   I   should   go     U-furu
you, I   will   prepare  the  way.   (,'od   he
iiR-i on"ui  to  v on ever!''
Subbing-   J i 1 c-   children   indeed,      \ he
fttlthiul    servants    turned     from    iIk
loom: and  when  thov  li.id   gone,    Kt'i-
i-liel put    forth  her    hand   to     Chris
-.   line.
"bower my pillows,  darling."
C-enll.v   and  soothingly   tho     loving
girl  obeyed.
- ".Vow- rest by my side, Christine,
bet m'c take your h:ind, 1 out going
to sk-o-p."
Presently she drew her hand owav
und reached upwaicl, as thomili she
would yisisp something in the spa-, a
above her, which to Christine .seemed
empty. A moment so, and> then she
gave her hand baqk to the watcher.
A little while, arid a change came
over the aged face. rJ'he eyes, looking ,. upward, grew prcleina.tur.illy
bright, and the features wore bathed
as in a light supernal, ilei' lips moved, and she cried out, in'ecstatic
tones:
"Victor—my husband I Oh, after
all those years!"
And thus speaking, her eyes closed,
and sho sank to hoi- last rest. Christine marked the change—that awful
change which loaves the lo-cd one'a
face a blank—tho oli.inge ihnt marks
the' mysterious transit between the
two  worlds!
At first Christine was stunned     by
the blow '   From out  the   dread space
of the  Unseen,   it seemed   as ' though
a atill   greater   ralainiU   wa«   to    fall
upon her.    At iho mo in ont     wlum  she
knew that  her   best   friend   was    gone
from her,  she  wi-hoel thA    she,    too,
might lie' down  m    the .Tamo   mystic
sleep.   ,The fust  impulse of h.-r startled imagination    was  that   in     losing
her   foster-mother  she  had   lost     the
only shield  that    stood between  herself and utter despair.    And tliis was
. not a Kiidricn    phantasy.      She      had
dreamed often of   such    a thing—had
dreamed,  both    sleeping and  waking,
that in    the  dim    possibilities of life
were dread  ovils    which  the  presence
of Hachel St.   Claii   could alone ward
olT. But, by and by,  she roused   herself     to   ■ a      sense      of       the     necessities      of      the       present     situation, and       having        reverently
crossed   the   hands  nf   the sleeper   up-
I
turned      the       old   law;.',      i-vi,'  miv
i lo .sf',1       vith     t.ho   iiop i. d   (I   Mo1',
"And ypt   I wonbl   like   te,  hear   fr  o
the lacly.     She-w<>s  very   h-w   \<- i;
sink -w;■; ,,iii
OO!
'•A',
door Aof
a   bob
;'-" T'li'igei'
11,-rOnd' roc:i-i-
!'tl'iV'-- iiai-,' ,',%
'"<-. h .-i'';■ v.'-.
d<iy.      Sho    must   not
my  seeing- her."
At   tin's   iuin.-1 lire,  tbe
oP.ii o  w:is   opened,   are!
in   ttnd   lO'pih-'"!   for   ^!'
ji'tr   answered   to   the  r,
I'd   .t   folded   note   froi i
I'u'   iiicss.-tio'-r.   -ipd   wb"-,   'a-
^ii-'d     the     missive    ri,d   Ab, ni-c(i     j,-
' \ r-*-- r.\-i-r the contents,  l-u -aid  to ii
loci   '
•'If  \ei'i  s-oo  tho m.-n   who  gave vc.
thi*--     toll   Im.i   th,-;    (   .c-^pji   not '  , (
■.'lo  to  aeomponv   I'm in      1   haw  > >-
■n o-h      bub-'e-c   on   linnd        • ,   ■"
' - o   ,.-•(,-     f tn  s-oiro  <;•..>  , •   •
The boy departed, unci Caspar resumed his seat, reim.rkiug-, as he did
"I sun free t,i> .idmil that I do not
euro for thesy !t,-ilian operas. ri ho
music is entirely overshadowed !>,*
the utior chaos of puno "
"1 never be.ii-d on m mv life,-'
said  Halford.
"1 have boi-ir inllicted several
times," smiled' ('usj)or, in rospon.s- .
','l.ut 1 don't, choose to he.inflicud
to-;.i'jlit. , A friend sends me word
th.-u   a ticket is at my disposal."
"No business of mine nfeed interfere," said tiie attorney.
"Thank you, sir; but 1 am at
sent deep in Sallust and Ci< ero,
punitory to taking up "Hheaton,
i am deeply  interested."
"You aie right, Caspar. I am
pleased to see you thus sensible. JJo
who would become a master of hivv
inust commence at the beginning.
let me also rot-oiniiiend to you I Demosthenes and Em ip,,!,•<.. I think
Demosthoi'ics' oi-.ilion on the 'Crown,'
the grandest'ofiorl of oratory ov-
tant.      1   know   it  wPI  please jou."
"jMucIi  better.than  thc opera,   I run
sine,"   returned   Caspar.
And  as he  spoke ho tore the   note
which tli'i boy had brought into von.
small  pieces,   and  rolled' thorn  up    ii
Caspar TJi,i_o but! not sniToi,-,: j,,*-.,
self to rcac-li the present erne. e.,c\
without       picpur.-tion. V\iUn'n       a
drawer of a brass-bound  casket lav a
tiny  j.iisiehoard   box.     "Withm       this
box was a  folded  paper.     Within this
paper   was   a  grayish   powder    -.viip-t
had  been  placed  there a month       be
fore.     Caspar knew, when lie herd the
seemingly   insignificant  parcel   in   „i-
hand,      thtit        ho     held     an    agent
swift      and  ten iblc—a power beyond
the  reach   of human  skill   to combat
Having selcvted   two    of his peaches
ho   proceeded,   with   a   small   bit       oi"
wire,  to  puncture,  them  deeplv,     and
then   to  injkl  minute  quan-ities    of
the  powder.     Having  done   this,   'he
'marked   tho   fruit,   thus   manipulated
and   put   it back  into  the   bag,   after
which   he   descended   from   his  ch
Al!;e "physician. ,gav.e,.;V,- cort-i'iirale-,;   of
y the c-;i.i;e'.i!R',-lic--tmdei-'st.oc.iel it- A   ,
boaviug iho family to core for    t lit?.
lifeless'   body." Caspar"■■Hugo; 'returned''
■ ■to tbo' ollice. %yho'i-c;;l)is,yfirst .miivo-
meiib wits': to' sectirc^'tbe'yvjl] eAylliiclt-
id' St:, 'b'liiir.    '' ■ This,': be - - ,cl i ci.' cjuiokly.
Atttd     ]:il;iood     the .'Albcuitiont    iti'.-. his' ,
. broast-jjibket- Then; 'boreAocked Alb-'
safe and-'wont; to .a  heig'lil'iorii'ig'-' -o'f- -
■/i'c.e','-. where   lie related  .what  l.ui-d,;  oc
, our red,..'an'd
i
"It
"A do  it-it,   sjr. "
"Vou know that she had designated  ono?"
"Sho may h.iM' done so, sic. J am
not informed,  however."
"Imp sho mode a   will?"
"If she did, it will pi ohably be
found with other papers of hers
which "Mr. Hal ford had in kivpint-. '
"You    were    Halfoid's     eon-ideo  i.d  j "Madame Si.
clerk.    AVhat  wa.s  the obji\ t    iu"  \oui  '
o-"'"n'iatio
, g'Aen   to:
he ci,,
'It     'Vl;
ked.tl
t bo tiiiojit htiN'o
itssi-tioti-o in cari'ii!'   for   t!ie>  businc-ss
"Of coursi'," K.iid bo, "a jiiupi'i-
oommission will be oppoiuieel to
i.iko charge of his ;ifiairs: hut ,,'s ho
hod much important matter cm hand.
I do not c-aro to ass'umi; tin- e'tiiiro
rcsj.onsibiiity of  guarding  it."
A   lawyer   who   bud   been   long ,    a
!  visit   with
am- |  friend and companion of the deceased
hers,   and  set forth   on his  return  to |
tho i qmcei. I
It    was    almost   one   o'clock   when '
Caspar struck into Court street from '
Washington, having come xip through \
Dock  Square,  and  as he  did so,     he
saw Mr.  Halford  coming in  from-the
opposiio direction. This he regarded
as particularly fortunate. lie waited
until his employer had gone up into
tho office and immediately after, he
followed.
"Ah!     You   have    returned."       Thc
wont in wiih the distressed clerk, and
promised to. remain, and render such
assistance as might be needed, until j
matters could be properly arranged (
When evening had come, Caspar i
went to his lodgings and remained \
there until ten o'clock. ' Then he I
went   out  nnd    tried   a  game   of   bil- j
liards,   but  his  hand   was   not   steady J  Occ-a.sion to     which     vou
and he gave it up.     lie  then  .sought'  VVjii's were dest roved h
is  not,    anion,r    ,|   ,
i ^f/01}   ,he   a<l-i.iufslrJll,1
I      Ihe clerk  was cpnstl,)t„,
gav<* the same  infi
, hnd prevjo' sh
I lu ook.    Ife told of
the I wo  old   wilk,
' ing of the maknx-' of a .,
1      '"' -,Ju .mire," *yid  -A ^
*bair   had   :
m...  rig of a  ijou- and  in
your   , mas ,-r      to      tl,.. : Arl.wrmht,   did  she  ne,,,',
JJrooK.side cottage shortly  beio.-u-Ma- ' in   \ o-.ir he-irin"-?'*
dame Kachcl's death?"     • I      --.-he ^k^mW Buvr- r,„
Not a  quiver  bPt.rj^'ed  the  inten.ul    sbnnl,"    lopliwi     lhe'cb
emotion  caused by   this  direct     cn:cs-. smh ww. lu-i '   *'
tion; and even tlie emotion itsolf u^s
brief. Hugo had set himsoif wiih
linn resolve to sustaining the petition he had  asstinied.
"You will eM-ui-c me," he* answered, with a low bow. -'You Mticl
truly when you said that J -\ns -a
confidential clerk. As smb. I may
not break our rule of c-ircuinsi oo-
lion."
"But," persisted Y,'n,vhr< ,t\. *-i o i
can tell me if vou know anvthln . (.f
a will."       ' '     '
1 may  tell   you.   sir,   that   no     (]i«'
■\'<:
■aiitl".
eil.f,,
.Oiii-
ilK'lj"
'ilV,
'bl
■llfc.-
,to.
Or.'
oi ii
".■:*(t.
"«Ut i
a gamhling-rooin, where lie drank ;
two or three glasses of whiskey, and j
made petty  ventures  at a   faro-bank'. !
i.'for,
Mac!, .jn,
bv.,
1 la-
I .-,,.,,. vv.i-.  in-i   purjiose;   m
<-d tbat   sho bad  ae ooinpj,
told me  sh"   was   goirm   t
hi'i- biw.vpr,   and   I   l-now
it.-d hoi-— and     this   vo'di
i-.t'(-onip.inn.v'i   liiin     It   h.,
in.-: ivssion,     fioin     wotd     v|',l:l
di.-.ppe-d  on   the   fobowin-   ,j(1       ''■
- i-i-   made    a
S: ill, *•]),* did
Sli
A"i%-.|
■ . - <-V
,l!"vji|
•nilite
will   on   th   ,
not   disliiit i ,
M-its  vi.|-\-  weak,   and   f
>ii'.;o c-oiivci-atinn   ni»on li
■houev.-r,   that   s],,.  j,  ,j
UTnnoeiiioiii, ,,f
clerk spoke cheerily,  and removed his    ijq   plavocl    cnrefullv.   from   iiistinct" j
pro
pre
am
hat  before  be sat   down
"Yes, yes. 1 had no trouble 'bit
Cambridge. Hcuo you beard from
M-.rt«T*m   RnobelV"
'1 have been out there, sir, nnci.nm
happy to say that she is impr.". ioy, "
"Impro\ ing?"
"Sho is robbing from her recent
prostration', and tho doctor informs
mo that she is, likely to live ifoi
some time."
"J am glad of that—very glad.
There are a few items of her business in tho bniil arrangement of
which it'were well that r'she should
exerciso   superi    ion.      Vou   can   cop"
and   as>   thero   were   sin oral   drunk
. reckless players  at the board,   whom l
tbe  dealer  had marked   as  his   esnuc-1
lal  victims,   he wtis tillowed to    wm   '
'At  i-le\en   o'clock  he returned   to his
chambers,  where ho sttt   up .until nnd-
' night,   at      which time he swallowed j   will?"
f-hol's order, and in her pic set.oib"
"Destroyed?" *■
"Yes,  sir."
"Two of thorn?"
"Two,"
"Were thov old wills?"
"One of tJii'-m was o.s old as 1 am,
and the othei was lbr from being
hew."
"Do  you   know  anything of a
new
more whiskey, and thou threw himself upon a lounge, where lie soon
fell into a doze.
Jt was past three o'cinch in thc,
morning when Caspar was aroused
by tho coming of l|is father, whose
entrance into tlie'house and ascent ol
tho stairs' -had been noiseless. Alexander  was   worn   and   webry,   and  he
the   will   this   nitei-noon,      and     .this    looked dragged  and hollow-eyed,   'lb
papcryah-
, pellet... in-
on ihe pulseless bosom, and imprinted a kiss upon tho marble brow,
sho wont forth to tell the servants
what had happened.
CHAPTER  X.
On the self-same morning of the
events las!-recorded, Caspar Tlugo
leached ihe oihoe on Court Btreet at
tin I'.irlv lio-ir, and was ere long joined   by   Air.   Hal/old.
"You tiro early this morning, sir,"
remarked tho clerk, as his employer
took- his seat.
"Yes," leplted the attorney. "I
have business on my hands that
makes me anxious. I am not satis-
Led touching- the title of the^ old
Bat 1er.\ march estate. As yon are
aware, we .find by the records that
the original ussit-nor reserved a partial right to tho property until certain conditions had been fulfilled. T
haw; no doubt that those conditions
v.ero fulfilled long ago, and, in all
possibility, tho assignor gave a re-
louso of his claim; Put said release
is nowhere on record I have no
Hi-oat fear of trouble, hut still these
tliinA.s I ret me ! like to see my
■work'intact. 1 don't like to find a
link missing in my chain."
"in this case," suggested Caspar,
who understood the point at issue,
"I think the chain is simply a link
short. I doubt if the missing link
is needed for strength, though for
porfc-ctness of proportions It might
bo well to have it in."
uI.'think," said Tlalford, -"that, for
mys-If, the absence of the release
from tho record would not prevent
me from .accepting a deed from the
present proprietor. However, I can
explain tho matter to my client, and
ho can do as lie-pleases. And there
is another thing that has kept me
anxious. Jn fact, it has kept ' nxe
awako half tho  night."
Tho clerk looked'up, but ventured
no spoken question.
"J allude," pursued tho old man,
after a pause, "to Madame Rachel
St. Clair. I must see her again
while her mind is clear."
"Anything particular?" queried
Hugo.
"Yes. She spoke, not long since,
of transferring some real estate In
New Orleans. I might like to obtain her wishes in that respect for
tho guidaneo of l\!iss Christine.
"Touching that matter," ventured
Caspar with deference, "I think Miss
Christine had beiier. n.'l.y sob
your      judgriK'nt.     If  her
upon
his   hand.
And now, could those hits'of pupoi
have boon re-HiTan»cd so ... to present the same surface which in-.il -,si
appeared to the eyes of Caspar Hugo, they would lmvr its the follow-
hig- ,
"Thursday; S o'clock a.m
"L  ha\e just soon the doctor as ho
came    from   -Madame  Rachel's    cliom-
le-       Ho  says   the   woman   i«   livnn
A lb" - '
Caspar rolled iho bits of
to a ju'llct, and threw the
to  the  waste-basket.
' So," said, he, 'wo dispose of t! .
opera. And now, .sir, suppose J Ctk,
a run out to boxbury, and find om
how our lady is. ] would like mm h
to call upon a friend in that in , d,-
borhond, and may thus continue pl-v-
suie  with business."
llalford'H answer was prompt
"I wish you would do so, .Cnsnar
Ami meantime T must go out to 'the
Middlesex registry and look up the
titles io our Medfoid pronertv y,
the doctor if you can. Mo was to
Call upon madame this morning. Tlis
opinion will be more reliable than reports, of the household."
Caspar promised that he woule.
mako careful inquiry, 'and without
liu-ther delay he left the olllc-. a ,,ci
immediately' afterward "Mr Tfalfoi-.,
proceeded to Bowdoin Squaie, and
took a car for Cambridge.
!t   wtis  near   len  o'clcck  when   Caspar     Hugo    ri-.ic-hed     the   Brooksich-
and.   nt a  phoe previously appointed,
he met his father.
"I received your note." he said,
"and have now come for fun ber information."
"And you have come just in time
or I am greatly mistaken," returned
Alexander. "I havo just observed ri
commotion at the cottage. You hnd
better go yourself and investigate. Ji
will not do foi- nie to Ijt* seen
t'.ei e in this rig."
"You     are      light,"    said   Caspar.
"Wait you here till I come back."
The son was gone but a short time,
and   when   he   t ('turned,  he  was  in    a
quiver  of excitement.
"She is dead1"
"Aro you sure?"
"Yes.   I found    out    without  being
seen."
"Then,"    said   Alexander,   thoughtfully,   "that means work."
"We have no   time to lose,
will   look   to   thc   lawyer,     will
look  to tho two witnesses?"
The elder man paused and reflected
"It must not, only be done quietly." he at length said, "but no
tuico of the work must be left. 'J
must bo missing, and no sign
their fate be made manifest."'"
"Can you not manage it?"
"I  must lind  help."
"Can   you   find   men   who   may
trusted?"
"I   can   find   ready  men,   and
when   the  work   is done,   tho-,-   \
■"'pi..My   implicated   with   m-scb
need   imi   fear   their  bliibbii.e."
' I'l.Oii     .you      will  take   ihe-ni
,\ ni.r  Jin nd.s''"
'Vi'-*."
Caspar IIh'.'m believed thai when
his mi hoi un.lei look a v oik to the
accomplishment, of wlu'i.-p h:<:. own \vi I
and daring ..wore alone ln-o.-ssary, (he
same tnb.lit. be considered ,-is s'afolv
provided for; anci having ai-r;ti..,-ed
for a future'mooting,'the'two separated, ' both to return to the city,
ti.pugh   by ■different routes. A
''aspar stopped at a fruit stall on
b-is'iiii'Mon street, and purchased a
do. (iii, line peaches, which |u-; t.ook
av-ay   in   a.  paper   bag,      Tiir-ii.-:
up
Jf    I
you
hey
of
bo
.since,
••ill. be
we'
upon
evening, or to-morrow morning, I
will take the original ciralt back to
her."
Caspar    nodded   and   then    opened•
tho      paper    bag    and   took   out       a
peach.     He   knew   that   tho   old lawyer was fond of peaches, so he selected  two' of  the fairest-looking and oi- '
fered them, saying, as he did so: 1
"They   arc ihe finest peaches I   have '
seen this year.    They will revive you ;
after your walk.     Upon  my  soul,     i :
think'I could live upon such fruit.    1 j
sometimes think- that the peach must |
have been tbe ambrosia oi  Olympus." !
"A pleasant fancy, certainly," nod- i
dec!     thc     attorney", ' as be  took    the I
proffered fruit.     "Dick  Sw it filer was1
not   .-.   wild   conception.     Only- a
evenings   sinoc,    I   hoard   one  of    our
staid    e)ld       indue*-    ,of   too   Superior
Court, as be ,**ipped a glass of Malmsey   port,   .ti-'um.   with' .Hhiii-j.U   grav-.
Ay,   tbat snob  no.--!   imvc    he -n     the.'
nectar   which   Jupiter   .-ipped.     Pleas-1
ant    fain ies—plcis .i*t    fancies.        Mi
my  boy.   this  life of  ours here  be.o.v
would  bo  darkc-t   than   it   is   ii   we had
not   a   few   faiuns   brighter   ■ ban Stir-
rounding     ) ea.ill ies An      e\ei.'Uei.l
pouch,   I  dee hire'   ooly   I  prefer   lho*-e
with   not  si)    much   of  tho   hitter almond taste."
"fn these free-stones L have noticed that the flavor, of the seed i**
more pungent and pervading .than,in
those where the "meat clings to the
stone, though it, would bo reasonable
to suppose that the opposite would
be the case. However. 1 rather ,pre-
fei these. T do not dis'ike the flavor of the bitter-almond "
"Vor do I,'.' said Halford, as he
bit thc second peacg, and when he
had finished it, Caspar offered him
more but he felt that he bad eaten
enough.
"I think," said the clerk, putting
aside the paper bag, "that 1 will run
down to the, pnstoflice. The noon
mail   is  distributed by   this  time."
Tho attorney nodded assent, and
Caspar weni out, carefully closing
tho'door behind him. He was gone
not more than fifteen minutes, and
on Ins leturn he found Mr. Halford
upon tho floor in convulsions.
Ho made sure that the sufferer was
beyond the power of speech, and
then, ha-, ing dashed a pot of water
over the head and shoulders, and
stripped open the tie and shirt-bosom, ho hastened out and called ' a
cab fromCouit square, and also called a policeman to come to his i assistance.
They found tho lawyer still upon
tho floor, and only slight spasms of
the principal muscles marked the
presence of vitality. Cusjinr told
his story hurriedly, but very clearly.
Mr. Tlalford had been'out to Cambridge, and had only .returned a. short"
time before.
"Not more than twenty minutes
ago—or half nn-hour. at most— he
sent me to the post-oflice; and when
T went awuvf T l.-ft him apparently as
well as ever. T came hack in fifIcen
minutes, and found him upon the
floor in convulsions. 1 To spoke but
a single coherr-nl sentence, and this
was cto request that I would gel a
cah and carry mm home."
"It is a fit/' said tho policeman,
with professional dignity and assurance.
"Tho sooner we get him home and
call fi physician tho better," suggested   Caspar.
Tho officer assented to this, and
straightway tho insensible man was
borne, down to the cub, nnd, at
Caspar's request, he, the officer, accompanied him to the I»wtv.-r's ?evidence.., ..■'..':' ,
When they took their burden into j
the   house,   thov   bore   an   ino t     o\\<]\
drank freely from thc vvhiskey-bottb
and then sat down and lit a pipe.
"What have you done?" asked Caspar,  in a  whisper.
"What have you done?" was Alexander's response.
"Adam Halford is dead, and the
will -is in my possession."
"Good! And now allow me „ to
say that the two men whose names
aro upon that instrument as witnesses are also dead!"
"How did you do it?" asked the
sob, with eager interest. "Are yom*
tracks covered"'"
"Are yours covered?"
"Yes,  entirely.     A  respectable physician  gives  testimony   that my  man
few | died  of apoplexy."
"And no physician under the sun
will ever bo called upon to say of
what my man died," said the father,
with a slap of the hand upon libs
knee. "I'll tell you ho'w it, was
done; I hired two men to help m'e ---
men who are used to the business,
and- whoso implication is a saving
clause. Wo went to the Brookside
hito in tlfe evening, and f contrived
fo call Sanders and Davis out into
the grove. As I -engaged their attention, my two pals slipped up and
gava them a pair of'settlers upon the
head from behind. Wo strangled
them whore they were, and then took
thrlr bodies in a "covered wagon, and
drove over to the seashore. There
wo secured our horse in a safe h'iding-
plocc, and took a boat which we
had   prepared  beforehand,   and  rowed
"Nothing."
„ Mr. Waybrook did not choose to
hold any further , conversation with
the clerk. He went out and called on
a legal friend, who went with him
to the probate ollice. The few questions propounded by the registrar,
who chanced to be the officer iu attendance, sent cold chills through
the'frame of the honorable gentleman. ' .
"Do I understand," said the registrar, after Waybrook had slated the
case, "that Madame .St. Clair has
left no representative of her1 own
blood—no kin of any degree?"
"J don't suppose," answeied tho
merchant, hesitatingly, "that Hhis
adopted child could be called a relative?" *
"1 am very confident," ant-we're-d
the officer, "that there lm-s boon no
legal adoption. Such an adoption
would have been entered at this office, and it could not have been-dono
tvithout my knowledge. 'I am -not
cognizant of any such formality "
"But," suggested Waybrook.1 "the
girl in question has lived* w-ith Rachel St. Claii,, and has borne her
name, and has i.e-n held as a child
other own ironi  infancy."
"But," put   in  the registrar,     with
■ cruel  dircctno.-s.   "the  child     was     a
foundling and of no 'kin.'"
Mr. Waybrook could only hod in
response. ' ■     '
"In which case." pursued the - officer, "(he gill's <laim would be good
for nothing in law, though a humane
court, with sufficient evidence, to warrant it, might aid her uiutoi billy.
Our probate judge is a man of large
heart, sir, and will do what is mst
and right, lint, my dear sir, wo tM
it note be well to make a • thorough
examination of inndaine'a papoi s be-
fo'eyou  take nny  other steps*?''
"That is  what   I   would  like    to do
sir; but    the    papers—in      fact.     the
liV,
t-
"Oijf-
out  into  the channel,   where two bits J ""hole business of the , lady—were    in
of  strong  rope,   at  one end  of which     the hands of Mr.  Halford
who is also deceased: and there seems to bo
difliculty in getting at his private
affairs without an official warrant!-"
"Jf 'no responsible heiis have appeared Ihcie must at least be creditors."
"None   that   I   know   ot.      Madame
Rachel qonti'actod  no debts."
"That can    haidly    be,"  said     thc
registrar        dubiously. '"At      nil
| events,"   he added,   with  decision,   "I.
the /lame of the candle.     It Was con"-' hav? "°vc!" •V?L me.t. wilh V'^ where ! dee.-be
was a dead man  and at thc other an
iron anchor,   were thrown  overboard
What do you think of It?"
"You weren't seen?"
"I can swear we were not."
"Then we have only to destroy this
will,  and our work is done."
The will was produced and opened:
and when Alexander Hugo had made
himself sure of its identity, he stood
back  and  saw   Cnspar commit  it- lo
is consumed utterly, and the ashes wero
swept up and thrown into the gr.U".
after which, father and son turned
once more to the whiskey-bottle.
CnArTER  XT.
On the morning following tbe events last recorded, Christine, when
she went to the chamber where ihe
mortal remains .of her foster-mother
lay, found JAora- asleep in her chair.
'I'he woman had worn he-'self 'asleep
with weeping. Upon raising the curtains of the bed, she found old Tom
kneeling there, with his head half-
buried in the clothing oi the couch.
She touched him and spoke his name,
but he did not answer. She looked
nioie closely, and pre-sentily moved
back with reverent awe. The faithful
old servant had only been living that
he might bear his unstiess comp.tiiv.
He had accompanied her through
life, and now ho had gone to join
her beyond the vale, thrjs-tini- could
not pity him. I hither she felt that
the reiugo wa.s  a blessed  one.
lbtgar, when this double stroke fell
upon her, sank beneath it. Sho survived to see the bodies of her fielov.
ed mistress and old Tom borne away
toward the place of burial, and then
she Oook to her bed, and ero long
she slept with  I horn.
Raul Waybrook was at homo, having graduated with honor at his college, and his pre-once served greatly
to sustain and cheer Christine. '1 hey
had heard   of  the death  of  Mr.    Ha
e'0' nn- HI   which
a person had shu/Iled on this mortal
coil, entirely free finm debt. There
arc servants, doctors, undertakers—"
"Ah!"   interrupted   Waybrook, raising his  handy   "I.had   forgotten.     Of i _sil,    (., ,.
e-oiirso, Di .     Arkwright   must     bo     a ; '
creditor,   or,    at  all  events,  he     can '
appear as one."
"I should suppose so.  if ho was thc
attending physician?"
"Tie was."
"Then, my dear sir, tho business is
simple. Let Doctor Arkwright apply
for administration upon the estate,
and the court! will grant letters.
Very likely the public administrator ;
will  take thc matter in hand."  ■
With    this   infoi motion,   Mr.     Waybrook left  the office,   nnd   sought   Dr.
ii <
*-n' is'a toi v
IK'SS   "
" !'. j haps, j cut loi-ic-n,"
.'•'-«>ei v hoin  aM  i ves   liac!  |,
i •'■    'I   'an   ;',f"o d   -i   i     a   ■
i a ■ io.'      A t   a nv   io to.   f  v i
what lit.hi   I   have.-        1   r
Hmo of   who'h   Do. tor   Ar
fcpoken,   Rat hel St.   C];,i,   ,.1(i ,
in mind  to  nml o a  new  w,l.'
waS not fully  del u.' "I.    J
Mr   I lulfoi d   on   ih j t   ok,,
was c-ogni/yni   ol   must  V, ,t
alT.  Halford had held in < ,.  ,,,
wills, one bi'ttiiiig    (.ate,   n   |
ber rightly,   m   tV:i'.r   ,,2'ri
twelv e years   lati-        11 ,- ,.
we were uidered.to  .1.^-,,
N-i'. ant named - bora     v ,.
to w-itne*s   that     t he   a. i
the testator's.        After (•
spoke of  a   now   disposP
propel ty; but     slit*      L-a.d
trouble in her   way.    1   ...
remarks the    more  ch*a-!
was impressed   vvith   a  p.
of a we and  veneration i-
wondrous spun  of yea i.s
ber'busiuess  relations.    S
in simple fact she had a -
pose of  hei     properly  ;Js
b'.t she wa.s    in    doubt    ,.
might be perfect !v  mst    '"
she   had     'been    [.nor,    i ■
wealth    she  had   inbei ip-.i
husband     'Ihat      h-'sbni.e-,
death, left    a    .- ii.' no     in   ,
circumstance's.    If   the   !;,• •
sister were    "bi'ne.    Unconsidered     And   ih.'ii,   At
sure that lhem might no;'
her Own body     Sho.was n,
perplexity,     and     «c..i,-ied
moved by    the  situation,
Halford  suggesteds'a  d'i-1, .
he would   write   to   .Vow    e>
information;   and he did *.
bis letters  that   wry  O'-.r,-
"But." said  the docto .
stood 'from Lorn that I w > ,
don hands y were   Mimmoi
dame's    chamber.      For
they wanted""
"Then-     wore     M.mmoi
JVispar,     prouiptlv  and
"bv   in.-r.'ftiue   horse]t, in
of the  mal big   of ,-n   io '
which she   proposed   to
powers of   adi<i'ii,sf rarUoi     a-i
lute disposition   to  M:.   Ii A
fancied thru   ,< ho saw-   m  '1. '
out of  her ihflioi.'ty     Sho ,1<
b"fore   information   coubl   ' e
from   New   Orleans ■ ho.'.-     1 .-
v.hoin she h"ed   full  i on  d    i
be in   i-o^'-eMuon   of   her  v    '
con Id c-\0  tile   t.ilCiIll   lit   i '     •
Mr       Hiiifoid   made    h r
thiit su'h   an   .ii-i-.ingom.nl    >
be coii.sunmia'.-d,     so   th>*     v
wore not reptiied      Ai  ia'A  '1
not called  into  the roo" '
think   they w oi e   m   w..itip
hand."
It wtis n   cm ions  case1,   '   t
v .v-t igatois hoc!  no  r.yo.-"   io
Caspar   Hugo      lb-  not  i,   '.
entirely innoe-uit of, nil   o   .   '
or     tone-ol,   but   I;,-
conceive of no  po-sible ol>   ■'
h.- c ould ItaW in  \ i"W t hi o ,
j doing   in   the*  p-o   :P ■■.*..
j      l-'rom  the o'lice of th'1
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A
i.'h-ii?
-.iduil
William Ark.wr.ight,  who had b.-en for .
j'ears madame's physician.   The   doc- I
tor, when  he had   been  made to     un- i
der.stand the situation of afTulrs, pio- j
miscd ihat he would attend     to     (he
business at  once,   and  on   that     very
day ho  mado   the     necessary   application at  the   Court   of   Probate;     nnd.
ufter due examination,  the public administrator  was directed  to    investigate.
Thus, a competent authority appealed at the ofi.ee of the deceased
attorney, and demanded possession
of all documents and papers pertaining to the estate of the kite Ra'hel
St. Clair. Caspar Hugo was in his
most alTable mood, and gave himself
wholly und cheerfully to the work required at    his    hands.       II0 brought
c-o'Ud have hud a papm
ed; and in iho end it
that she h.ufdiid mlesi.it. !' «■-
toward evening wh.-n t'l'-v ' > tl l"
.-hided their, investigations. .' •*
they were passi.g out tin"' 'i '^
hall, the aclnunisl'atoi .'", 1' i ' ci,ki
upon his arm. and.upon t!',
behold the face of ( hristn- -
beautiful face be had e>o:—
beautiful oven t.iuloi- its ■ 1 .
cine and sen low J le ha1'
and rpiostiont'l he-r, in Ai.
and bad taken n tl'-cp and .
teiest in he . and as ho n> w
earnest, bene, long ipi/o. h
and allowed ho) companion
on-
"Mr. Adam*:,"   she   sub!,
pa;don   me loi     nsl ing  yo .
lion."    She spok..' ^^ilb  an C
di-s-piiirmgly
"Ask    what    vou    plc.i*e,
friend.    Yon may i-onumni'l ;!.-"
"I would  knov'v.   if no   will i- .<"':r'1'
what is my evn-t   pri'-il'oii h>-u
'lhe iidnnnist r.-itor    hosltati'
Chris-tine n.-Jitly    into P't l> d I||S "''
enc«. .   ,
'Had   I   not  been  prepaid  U'_' ^j
tho   worst   i-ir,"   she   said.      !   -""
not  have asked you   to   I'll  i-'c
low
s-.fl!
' Ji/t""
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lit.
lit >f
r.-iry,
iiiiii
g in
l her
...-.il
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to
|t.u,
jiaS"
yon
will
i    i
;>b.
|ik'S-
anJ
dcitr |
lid
i-crcii
the
does  not   belie
.voir cor counsel
"I'erhaps  you
iff.   she   wiil    loo
and  guidance."
!'■ ro rig!11,   1 logo,
lppcaii-ance ! wont   directly   to   his  eliami.c
to
re-
out-of-(.he-wuy alley, where he
ceeded to fix his fruit, for the
Jioso  if   was designed   to
lie
in Iho
pro-
pur-,
accomplish.
lifeless form.    A physician was called
but ho could do nothing.
In this connection we would remark further, that Mr Halford hud
on several occasions during the past
year been attack-id by vertigo, (or
which be had called .medical "aid. On
the present occasion, the phy-n'cion,
after listening to tho story ' which
tho clerk had to tell, decided that
deatn  had   resulted .from   appoplexy.
ford   but  not  until  after"lho' 'fungal \ foAhVom  tlTo sod'e Tho drawer" Jffi I ZZZ°iZ "^ Z  ^Z "
did thev take any steps tow,,id look-    contained the documents in question   l" M 'V, f  tr"th [m' ZA.
ing into the condition of the business    Some were of parchment   nnd some of ! , ,/Z' ♦ ™y   vUllZ ■ ""'
which   Aladamo   Itae-hel   had   intrusted    Paper; some were comiiaraLively new   I  vlnd7hc!ll't0(J  "'""'   ,nk,n''     ,c vote
to his   care.    Mr.   Waybrook.     senior, I -some older and some   iv    1      £    h,inda   in   hoLh  hia  ,,w"  ''        '   oV
consideung that  he  had     n„   infeiesil were titlr-de^   „r " ,V ?Z [1.   IZ™    "in  tbe  eyes of  the law, mi«' J "l
of her
in behalf of those who
were interested, he had called for information .concerning such affairs con-
-r.1 . -.    > .-•     nected    with    the    Brooksi'dn    (,^i„,e„
It  was   to  him   a  plain   case.   He did    and its mistress as mich't   h,Vn
not,  deem  it  even 'necessary  to   make     lodged in M.     "	
enior, ! some older and some very  old. Tho
•    ,, ,, ,, a'1   Intei est I were title-deeds   of   real   estate-   n-rti-
in the matter, called   at   the   ofl.co  on1 ficatcs of     stocks,     bonds   and   notes
Court street,   whe.e  he   found   Caspar   and mortgages,     knd    vnrio ,"     otliS
lingo with a gentleman who had  been    mattes, all  yZLle, (l„d °tt ? £
appointed ns  cusloelian   for   the  time.    Massed   available.        T e     Honor bio
^rLd^Zn^hZiai ZZ'     M     a   Nathan    Waybrook wahimselbstir!
o,'.?.  a:.,t!   a«KhHor..of .' litlchel     St.    Prised." and.'tho administrator wa.bin-
wo
Clair, and
been
any particular local examination.
Tho man might have died on the
way home, while in Uie hands of hi'i
friends, or lie might have died after
no reached his home. Caspar was
sure there'was life apparent when
they took him from the cab. The'
policeman could not dispute it; and,
in   the   end.   all   unconscious   of   evil.'
clined to doubt the evidence    of    the
documentary mafis.
"I   had no   idea.."    said  Dr.     Ark-
wright,  "that sho held such    posses-
!,?"o>> ■V0Ur ostirnatei   young
Halfor.db bauds.
"Really   sir,"Was Hugo's reply to
his general  query,   delivered   with' obsequious    frankness,      «]   ,;hould
happy to   inform. iVOU .'upon     o'l
KSrtf0', in lhe CilS0;  b,lt   Property In'Now" OrkanTIb"';
the buogct    has not    yet been  open-   to  say  that it will   reach  tw<
"Do you  know whom Madame
Clair had selected un hei
bo
tho
si
man?'
Caspar, to whom the question was
put reflected R moment, and then
replied:
"With    her property hero  and
or   heirs   appear,   3011
mora  than—than—"
"'One   of   the     faithful
suggested   tho girl
uhl ■ bo
no
hl'l vc
1118,','
Adams nodded   tho assent una!"
P.
\
n
would not speak.
"You   said,   'other   ln-ir-s.
bo deemed an heir under noy c"
stances?" j
[to uk coxrixvsi>-l
t'iin   "
i-iiiii-
.-j
8
two
St..
executor?"
lions."
Mr   Waybrook gasped for breath.
There must  be a will," he said
her
safo
inll-
lllilllc-   ID
for
-en
v-tffo
Itnp'ia  Shocimtklii*-',
A   pair  o'f  women's  sboei*
Lynn, Mass., to establish J1.'^'01^
rapid shoemaking reepiired 'llt'V'?((,
operations   nnd   the   use  of  Adb^
nuicbines   nnd  100  pieces.    A"      ^
parts were asseinlilcdiand n|il<k' '"  j0
graceful pair of shoes ready to «"',;1
Hilrteeii mimiles. 8&'-3
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THE MOYIE LEADER.
MOYIE,
B.
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wi.-rifiii    f-bc*.    popufiitioxi  a:
of thc- urea, of Turkey is
THE NEW MOWN  H/-Y.
.Vl.-iie- the shrt(h*f! Ion.-
At Kitudi'-.- ii, v hen the
The (>•-.'.-   ciiji.s itui
c- i)(-c«'„(»j|   v\-4iy
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The sotoi,  ehi.b £ ZZZZ "'°f'
Of now-iiiov,n hin. '
n* BEADS LIKE
A MIRACLE
VA-T*- ■v~,
M~" -    -Otis i/-
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gi.-alor    than   in
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'length     of
tinv     other
L
atarrii Can not be Cured
1 hry
iiii
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'•A V, tie seat of the iliseriso.
V;h'^ '„ lol- conslitutiona. clts-
' i     oielcr   to   c-tiro   it   Vou   must
I" i.i  .'t.  intornsillV.  ro.el  acts direcl-
„' ,hc   |   oocl   unci-     mi.cous   surfaces
';      annh  Ci..^  is  not.  a   o.i^k .«wl-
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a ii Id oth*
■ bo, «°
ii-varila?'.'
vvliich ho
Can '•
Is
,1,-nb lD
cord for
ty-sevcii
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||   tllCS5
t. into a
wcnrl-1
,,   n'f  (h,.  he-si   tunics  known
'"   ?    -. ..     i.:.,„,i   purifiers,    ae-tin-'
host    hioo
Ih'ej   iiitifOiii,
ilc-'-l'
I ,    is    Willi t
■ m  m  cuijne
,  | .|v.   free
'cim-:n'i-;v .t- c«    »roi_*;
rii-,i,.:tt,ists,    linn1    . i)C
<toiiilun-
itif
surf j ft'."*        '""I,e
,„  vith   di''
'''"'■'^i-omhiantic;;;   of   the*   two   inirredi
la-rttiuce-!   such   w oniicrful rr
(hiiiit-rh     Kerul   foi    U-'-
i
■ Id   h.v
! l.lli'ri
Fi.i.iilv   l'illa   ui.'
To! ci to ('
the   b.'T,t
riaw-c   is  a   larger
than   the United
. i'ii
importing   nn-
H tales-
The farmer boy—his h-.-t  -.,,.,
lit'H'ii   many  it   ui-jjv,  hir-ii,
way— "'       "    ''"
Jt  Jic-lj.s n  Iieariaclip If |,,. . „, ,,
J'*'"ii lit a etrciim (i,,- )>r,.:nll  ,,
J re.in   new-mov.-ii hm-
J£c»w inaiiv iit-rfmites ;..,)K. ,,  „     ...      i
An* li.il/ row.it.,. ,,,'b* i      >;Z"ZheT
Ui t,o,,,ila-ti, ,i,,n, „:,,„,' ';M'^'^-    j
'Jliei-e  is  i),i,*iii(!l   llils .,i,ef.  . f    ■ AT
-■Ike  iifcw-liiovvr.   Jnn '    * K)
f'i' off Stray ' n   ,
•a..! ti.-at.ii   Wnly   Dodd
it1'   U.til  s\\r.ns
s    Kidney    Pijis   are
^oing,Similar Things Daily.
lea,8.ie(J..Jt„_
K!NGfS  ARE  COMMON.
--The Klutn, j,i Ti.
Jiimlo World.
SUMME.F-: READING
>\ Vlavr of the Suf
Ol
i'^nglish     weeklies
mont    over    tJi.j
'j"«t   -1..I   Much  3Iuv«,    lK'   (:'JI,'"(i""'<
M»l.'   ..i  I avor Of ' ,'UH'S    1».\    Ui.dds    Kidney
one   and  ali  la- j '"-'VS' /i'1'1""'1""  ,ld">'
(ieclln«    oi    ltte,-r,,-J ni..),)J" .;h'"^y.-ats a,o,
tej (ijtet .       I
In   tlie   Ci-celc   Country   .t-loiu*   'ri.<*r«*
Arc Twenty-live.*.
Kings are very common iu the Indian
i Xi-ter (oiim Kack.-j "iVrritory.   In fact, they are so common
Bristol.   P.  o.f   Quebec,   Aon    "M _  ! l3l,at- ''o.iittention is paid to them, and
Draper,     wc*ll-
eiis  a stoi.v   ,„•  his cure
<"ii.S:   oi   gta.*el   ,')tlt
nui'aculous    if
i (Special).  __iteiJ,jen
, known   horc.   t,.
bad
i'
would
Hiimlar
Is   were
fired iii-, mother,
msl   one
ffinarrrs Lialincnt Cures Gargei, hi Cows.
suvini-'S
hunk   deposits   of     tin
f nn.-d
di'-ia    u.
Stntc-s   (-(pia!
the
nal w)n.i.i
iltipjied by three.
.(,.,-, has  sent    out    1,nrt:-,,.V.>0   '-in-
.....  dm ing  tlie  i-istA'ifiy you,--;
I'lii/VKK rtx r..vfi':i unv'""—
l I e-U linen.V nil" <*,in ■ Itavfi ed ill'
. !>i Tlininns I-.I If -I rlr -Ul in
lin.-i-.l- of hoihU- i a n1). '"■*» b'o
ii«l iirf'-ctions of, <)-.•• r. *ji)i'-;'t rv
.'*. n triell of il If not f'luriil the
i ivine-flv i1 i*- M-pu'ccl I', ! o.
i"ii.v   1>"   i.-i"c-(e(t   ,-i«   ui' l-s*-.   :,nt"
iii.s   he-":i  *:ai(I   in   its   nnti.se    (V
a >-   untruth bil
'i-r-:T--nrenients confirm the ro-
,it Mount "\rcfCinI''y, in \Ias-
i,.- hijrh.'st ,peiik in North Am-
.    I-.   more
I o    roc-ei \ f;
bl
'.,.   em-ed   of     Acute     Bronchi t is
V\!iD';s   I.LVIMIONT.'
,   .1    VA f'A.MI'Rl'.bb
,',i'  Islands.
• **    Cured  ,of   (•"'acijil, N"ctu-;bgia
\' Mili'S   LINIMENT,    ',
\VM.   PAN'IF.bS.
, ■ : .11'.  NAFi'.
:•     I ii rod   of    Chronic   Khvuiua-
,...    JliNAUIJ'S   LINLMICXi1.
yEo.„TiNc.Li':y.
■.   i i..,   N.B.
... oi    literary
luste and pursuits in JbigJand, and u
tfi-eat deal of th« d.-pr.-ssion   ia    the
book   trade   th-y  ascribe   to  the  rago
for    -bridgo"   withm   the   house,   and
out-of-door  pa* limes.     Mow  we    are
inclined   lo   think   that   the   rage    for
' speed"   is   at   the   root   oi   the.  ovd,
-Sfiys 'Ihe  Toicmio  X,„-ws      It  has  de,-
stroyed  the  taste for books  in several  ways,  and,  fitst and  loivmost,  by
bringing  tlio  art  oi   writing cjott-n  lo
the    level    of   "book  making."     The
rate   at   which   t.uthors   art-   exp^ted
to   conceive,     orranue,     fUlij   develop
their   warns  has   resuluvl   in   an    immense  quantity  of unwholesome  food
liaina   put   on   11,o   market.     Literary
indigestion  is the outcome.    The men
and  women  who  r.iMi  mudiv through
the  air  in   their  inotoi, ears.   Who   fly
from city   to i-ouiury  lfl yachts,   who
are forever ioceivi„g new impressions
which obliterate those'of the moment
before, can have no possible corner in
.their receptive brain-cells left' for the
written   iinpiessions   which  have  taken  even  months  to   ripen.
Let   Canadians   rejoice  that nature
and circumstances have not yet landed our people in, thc-vortex of speed.
Ve  may  safely   look  forward    to    at
least a month or three, weeks of weather',   when     tho  strenuous  President
of  the United  States  would  be compelled from siieer muscular relaxation 'v-r':»C' aiid attar
to "put on the brakes."     - j _i	
The state  of  the  roads  In   Canada! JI\K1) o.\"
preclude the chance of the motor car '.
disturbing  the1 trampiility  of the in-'    <,,,',.    of   lho
habitants,   and   endangering , the lives '
of tho    live    stock of rural  Canada.
There  will   be hot  days in   July   and
August  when,    for    some    hours     at
least-; a "shady nook nnd well-bound
book" will bo the only possible solution    of   existence.   ' Lumpman     haa
drawn  a  picture  of an  ideal   Canadian     summer's     dav    in    his     poem
"Heat."
•savs .Mr.
with    what
was  taken  il.
,.| thought was giavei. I ttas MllT(.r.
"»K K-'-.'t pain, and the .jortoi ! sent
lo-" ft.ne me but little reli.-i" Another
!,OJl,'r ' ,!"-'d fc"''<Kl to cui« .,,«, and
I   «;^r Kiting  weaker all  the  t.me.
I 'Inn   a   /nan   ;idvised     me   to   tr"
I).,(id's   Kidney   pi]K
had
as     th.
cr.   atid   1   did   so.      in
. week   after   ]   si art.-d   using
| ■•"■»■. I pass,,,) a slom. ,iS j;n.g>, as ftl
I ">".'»H b.'.ui, -,..(| i„ ,-„„,. (!iiv.s aflor j
; pass, d ;t!iotl..-r about the si/e (,f' -_
iip.un of barl-v That is two years
■>*•"   ord f have not   had am-  t'-oiible'
sine"
Iioclrl's   Kidn.-y   Pill*     <,,,,,   llU   ail_
"""'i' »i tlie bladder and urinarv organs
e.-sse-d   to   eiv.-   * Jt. 111
also  more  f'.\i,i-iit.i\'i-
Tlu-ie   is   nothing  so   vabiaij.
e-t. so cheap  as politeness.
,-f ml
lhe , -'i.p.iiorit.v of .Mo'lier fJia-.e,
woi-in Kxtcitiijiimor is shout, i,v its coo.-'
■rTeits ot, ,he -hildron. i>,i;<-h,".s<- M I ot,
Ue  .aid   lyie  n   u.   tri.ii.
xwi-ji     hundred     thousand
wear  American  shoes.
fb-ilis-h
P.nl
liana's  chief exjiorts
()f roses.
r
,U
,     Or,.-
tun e
cities,   i*
the number
THR  PABIKS
of   the   flint   effects    of   a   not
pat licularly   in     iowiis      and
i   pronounced     inci-.a.se    •:.
of    deaths    ot    infants
*i, ■:- ..!''  now  over  700   lady   u.-ii-
.i.  .ty  .".dilates in   Ireland.
i.a v-.'.l A-uth   Londoii  sircx-t      rail-
v. •    i.y''.:.e  is, now  one cent.
Mkuri's Liniment Cores LMphtheria.
ei n ploys     noarly
'jU'»
yarious departitioiits ul
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i-inilri-tl   Miiiimor   complriint b.
h.iv"   lioon    suvel!       if    pr --1 cr
.'   hi'vii   used.    If   titttirlotl   .It-
1-   C'-illlUr    it    hOLlltf   of    Hi      -i
s  l'.\:;pi:lor.v   I'oieiiivl.   thc   i-e.l
i,-\i-r   f ii ils   to    ciT.-ct    u    ca,<-
have     iiFod      ii.    s.iy   it   itct*
• ii.,l    t haroiutbly    Milal.us     tl'.'
*l U.M'
hipj'-d    \\.2-7<;).l'2'2
your, cons) itut ing
"In  the sloped shadow of my hat,
I lean at, rest, and drainnthe heat;
Nay more, I think some blessed power-
Has    brought   me , wandering   idly
bore;
In the full  furnace of this hour
,   My       thoughts    grow    keen      and
clear."
l-Aeii in the ofien country the suifer-
ing of the helpless little ones, would
move the hardest heart. Stomach
tumble and diarrhoea are the foes
most, to be dreaded at'this time and
;■'-(-. y mother should appreciate ,i hi
necessity of careful diet and attention at_ the first sign qf these iron'
bios. .Medicine , should never !-e give?
to check diarrhoea except upon the
advice of- a prfysician., A diet limit
ed almost entirely to boiled milk uno
the use of Baby's Own Tablet'* will
cure almost any case anci keep bab.v
in  health.      Mrs.   \V.   E.   Bassa'm,     o'"
-"   in;rilf-i .ihte , ofiiu.
i'ii ri1   ivtnoves     thc
*"•*   wind   una oi at   of
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In the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Is n portrait of Ferdinand de Lessens
tvh|.*h was painted by the late G. V
Hcaiy P, one day, July 10. 1ST9.  ,(
The-y   l.uft   (lie   Sheep.
baring u diirk night some thieves eu-
tor.'d a held at Mcuindee, Now South
Wales, and sheared nil tbe wool off a
flock of sheep, '.'."hey managed to get
awny with the wool without being discovered.
Tiny  JcII.vnnti.
- No fewer than 2.">.000 peach shape
Jell.) i"*-li were counted' in a cubic foot
of pko'iiiioi-i'see-nt water taken frou)
tin* sen on the English coast.
i i.ti.I of washed wool produce.'
i* ei ago u yaid of cloth l hi dy
-■s  wide.
i pe-r cent, of tlio imii'.igraut*-
I'.nited States in the, last four
aye. been  Jews.
b.-Mid does $1,071,377,000 worth
i.sinoss with its colonies, which
■'>.out, *-, 12,000,000  a  year.
1 !,"M's of rubber,■ claimed to l.e as*
(1"'1,1" an asphalt and cheaper, ■ arc
'•'•'•  tried   in Oornmny.'
Hawaii   there are  more   Chinese
.  and .the  Japanese
natives two  to one.
,(l:  "otives,  and,the  Japanese out
lilyii:l,;,,|.    |_no;
.Kingston, Ont., writes :
Tho quality of brain power during "Whin -my little girl was about
(he mid-summer heat is exactly that three., months old she suffered wi'tl
which is conducive to the absorption ' vomiting and had diarrhoea con
0/ all that is' best in literature. Bus- Ad unity, f did not find any medicin.
ine>s for the average Canadian ,is that helped her until .we began giv
fairly ,.at a standstill. Households mtr her Baby's Own Tablets! After
are not run at concert pitch. The in-.givme; her the Tablets the vein,tin.,
tolledual, rather than the intelli- and diarrhoea censed and sho bc-^an
gent, portion of tho human median- io improve almost at once. Sin-*-
ism i.s in  the    ascendant.      Out      of
door lounging is conducive to rever-
i
IV 1-
then whenever her stomach  is  <mt of
order  or  she   is   constipntefi   w
e,   and     the  absorption  of   abstract ,K.r (1)f, q).lj1]L.(.s.i  ,uu] llu. ,.psi,j;   IS ai
i.lcas.  "It  is in  the tight and battle wnvs nII   that  we desil-e. "   Thov ;ir.
of life we   learn, und grow,  and dur- Uicv Vi,yy   bcst medicine   T h„Vp pv..,
inir  tlie   hours   of  rest   and   lassitude usotj  for. a ^^^ ••
that    wc gain    understanding,    that
makes the fullness of life."
A big library in a summer houso is
,     B.iby'.s -  Own   Tablets   are   soul . liv
'all dealers in medicine or will be
postpaid,  at twenty-five cents a
n mistake: one or two good books, a  ,iV  ]}      p      WilliaIlls,   Ap,dicin0
maqazine  or  two,   nnd   tha  daily   pa-
scn'
l.ov
Co
I or.   will sufbro.     bint a su'nimer do-.
Brockville,  Ont.
void of books, even for those who are      ..    ., ...
indefatigable  readers   during  the  rest'    ")l)  ,{''SS!rt" aru-.y  ofheer can
of  the year,      is   a   mistake,   for    the,,)oforc  thc a£?e of 2'h
very    quality    of    intellectual
a   mistake
power
which comes with what Ibampman
calls the "full furnace of the hour"
is one for which the most casual, aa
well as the most devout book-lover,
limy bo thankful, as all Canadians
may be thankful for n climate which
insists upon' their enjoying sylvan as
well as Intellectual pleasures at tho
emuo period.
Onn Theory of Mmlc.
IP? was whistling "Annie L-suirie"
while he worked. Now, Annio Laurie
wns apparently a lovely girl, and her
music is captivating,- but she's not
good music to work to. She's too
slow, and this particular" worker was
whistling hor about as slow aa the
"Pc-ftd id arch." aud his hand kept
time. He was only polishing a door
plate, but it would have been all tho
same' had be boon doing anything
else, for music lias a subtle influence*
over the human soul, and through
that over the human body. When
tho general wants to cheer his
troops up he doesn't start the band
playing mournful airs, when he wants
his troops to stop quickly he haa..tho
band pbiy  lively airs. .
It seems to me that if r were an
employer"-of labor, which I probably
will bo if -I-live to bo about a million '-'I'd hnvo'.'a baud hired to. stay
around the factory and play lively
airs, and if I couldn't have a band
I'd rent a piano and get some girl to
play rag-time melodies nnd jigs and
two-steps, and I think that besides
giving the bands pleasure the experiment would pay mo ^k™*?//!*
hands would keep time with the-mu-
eic.~-II.D.C., in Toronto Star;.     -
The  five  volcanoes  active  la.**t >eai
dost roved   60.000   lives.
SfeanTs Unbneat Cares Distemper.
Russia 11 .lews to the number of 20,-
000 cime to New York durinc  J -"'*•—
rSKI-TL AT ALL '1TM l-:S — In wn.t.'i
or in .summer Parmeleo's Veactalilo l'ili*
will cop" with unci oveiconie any irri-qu
Inritio*. of tho cli«ostive orttatis whirl
change of diet, chnnitre of rosido.-u-c. cu
Min.iiion of temperature nitty brhi-
iiboiit 't'hey should he n'.wiiys Kt*|,t 01.
Im nil "and onrn their benelJciul uc.thinhe
conn's known no one will be with.nit
I hem There is iiothinR miut-out me in
their striicturo. nnd lhe most il.''i.n-f-
c.in   use   them   confident ty
As 1:
e,r>'.ite
color.
rule grey horses attain a
• age than those of any other
but. when old they are while.
The average life of $1 and 52 bills
from issue to redemption as mutilated currency is little more than two
year*.
Tl>«  A.>l*tlb"   ■VTivtarpowern.
M,-, Vaughnn Roberta. C. ID., D-JA
S.,    has    just.
returned    from     ex-
Ontario's     North
ploring  .some    of nn),.rin-_
Lands       As   « sample  of    Ontario a
A
rrnntr;rw;;;ith ho instances the
hil   ibi   itivor,   which   at   a   distance
bit tun     a\c_' ,,_   .    „.  ,(s  hmction
of a'hundred miles fromA s June
with, the  "Moose  averages^ four
lain-
dreil feot- in width, contains numbers
of  magnificent  water
powers,
await-
ing development, .varying  not.       -•
000  to  150.000 horse    povc.     M    •
Tho  banks   of  tho     river    ^ //{
with.thebostof j/^vJ[rZy
iS&oby  the construction    of-   a
railwoy into   tho  territory,
You know the medicine thsf
makes pure, rich, blood—
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your
mother, Erandmother, all your
folks, used it.   They trusted
Sarsaparilla
it. Their doctors trusted it.
Your doctor trusts it. Then
trust it yourself. There is
feealth and strength in it.
«! .nffenkl terrtbly ^..J^JjfJRV'l'tSlfi
ihj?r'81°slrSa[).rUlI Tour bottle, ,-ormli-
uontly cuM.il roe,"
Hit*. V. U. IUET,
ja.OOftbottlo.
for
Mt. KUco, N. T*
K CO..
Ma«».
their moveuieuts excite 110 comment
whatever, in the Creek country alone
there are twenty-Jive real live kings.
Nero Drew is, a fair sample of them.
Kac-li one has a kingdom to look after,
and it keeps him busy doing it.
The title does not descend from father lo son, as it does in the effete European monarchies. The Indians elect
their own kings. The tenure of ollice
is two years. However, whenever an
Indian is chosen king and serves his
people well he i.s usually re-elected
without opposition. Some of the old
'kill's in the Creek Nation have been at
the bead of their kingdoms for forty
years or .more. Xero Drew lias been a
king fen- thirty-six years.
The Crook Nation is divider! into twenty-five town*:, whicii is about the same
as a township in Uie slates. Each town
has a king, who.se duty it is to look after the Indians of his town. Ue has no
power to spend their money or to command them to do anything. Ilis povv-
"ers are somewhat paternal. lie looks
after the sick and sees that they have
medioa!„attentioii; bo cares for tbe poor
and decrepit. When any of hi3 subjects
get into trouble he gives thorn fatherly
advice and frequently ap'penls to the
federal authorities to show them mercy, lie advises with his subjects on all
matters pertaining to their interests,
^tn truth, he i.s their worldly adviser;
sometimes be is their spiritual adviser,
also, for occasionally the pudians elect
a preacher as kins'.        ''    '"
Indian kings are not very well compensated. Thoy get no salnry. It is a
labor of love with them. Tlie only pos,-
sible show they, have of getting any
money out of the office is through Doodling at elections. In this respect tbe Indians are not behind the times. They
boodle the same as other people. Elections sometimes come high to the candidates. Town kings are aisually quite
influential among the people of their
kingdom, and they command a fairly
good price for their influence at elections. Most of them are full blood Indians. Some, however, are mixed bloods.
—Kansas City Journal.
Tlie Itoael Kunncr at "Worlc.       '
George Watts, Sam Kline, Peter
Butts and Charley Conutis of Bisbee
were out prospecting on the Tombstone
road In the neighborhood of the Old
Sandy Bob ranch, and while in the
course of hunting for monuments their
attention was attracted to the actions
of a road runner tbat seemed to be very
much excited, jumping up and down iu
the air. When drawing nearer they
discovered a .large rattler coiled up.
The bird would drop quickly upon the
rattler and prick him with a piece of
cactus in ils 'feet and then drop the
same near the rattler. This was kept
up over an hour until tlie bird completed a,circle of cactus around the snake.
It then systematically pecked the snake
on the head until the rattler was dead.
The gentlemen brought back eight rattles that they cut from tlie defunct
snake.—Tombstone Epitaph.
Air mid  Sunshine.
Go out into the country if you can.
Make the acquaintance of birds and
flowers and running brooks. Take a
lunch along with you, nnd do not drink
too much of the lager whlehbthe road
house has awaiting your order. You
will be surprised to find how the years
drop away and how young you feel by
nightfall and what a whopping sleep
you will have when you got home. If
you cannot go iuto the country go to
the park or to the river side. Get" on
the sunny side of the street. It won't
hurt you. And fill 3-our lungs with
great drafts of sun kissed air, There is
healing in every inhalation, and if you
breathe full and deep it will cleanse
you like a bath.—New York "iYews.
StreiiR-dienecl Altimln iom.
Alloys of aluminium and riitignes'um
aro superior to pure altiiutuitim in
strength, but less malleable and ductile. A more satisfactory metal is obtained 1>3T the Dutch Aluminium company. A mixture of aluminium with
2 to 10 per cent of magnesium gives
a metal that can hardly be distinguished from aluminium, and the. qualities
of tills alloy are modilied by passing
several times through a rolling mill
while heated to.about 900 degrees p.
The treated alloy.' can be easily cut
and filed, while it has much of the
ductility and malleability of pure aluminium. ■'•.'.'■ .'■'■','■■■'
IVe-ir llnilroail Mileage
The figures of new railroad mileage
completed during'the first half of 1903
show that the greatest extension was
in Oklahoma, 240 miles, next Texas
with 205 miles and third the Indian
Territory with 203 miles. All of the
older states were behind these, even
New York reporting only two miles
and a half of new road. The figures indicate that the principal railway extensions (luring tho next few years will
probably be in the southwestern and
north western states.    _
Pills   aro   gontly   laxatlvo
Avor'a   PIlls   aro   goniiy   joaovivo,.    *        -   -     -
They greatly aid tfie ©arsaparilla,   own country.
The   Despised   Cn<<n!l.
A man in Maine recently'shipped to,
England 200 barrels of "cattails," the
well known marsh weed. Over there
they use the downy (loss of Ihe head
for filling fine sofa pillows and cushions. Over here tbe stuff has no commercial value. -Even a weed, it. appears, is ncit without honor save in its
fi-.**
1 bints
will flo
of  j ilun
It 's    .
own   io
-'(ii""
f 1 v i 11 <*■
1*.      tho  quickest giowim.'      oi
T'nder  perlect  conditions    it
nor and seed within eight   days
tiiiff.
1  wise
(Ider.
cow      that   knows    lu r
ii.on   convince   them.s. Ive s
to  persuade  others.
A lie made out of whole cloth
should prove more satisfactory than
a patched  up story.
It   sometimes    happens   that   an   innocent muri  also pleads not guilty.
At some petiod in his career every
man carries something in his pocket,
iust for luck.
Great Suffering and Loss of Weight—Doctors Coufcf Not
HEm—A Splendid Tribute to
DR. GfSASE'S &IIF1IEY LIVER-PILLS.
Keip
Wheu you read such letters as the
following' from vyeli-known and highly respected ' people in all parts of
the country you need no longer wonder why the cale of Dr. Chase's Kidney Liver Pills is so far in advance
of any similar remedy. When the
people find out that the virtue of this
great medicine thoy tell their neighbors about it, and so the good news
spreads.
Mr, James Clark, Consccon, Prince
Edward Co., Ont., states: "Eleven,
years ago I was taken wit'1, pains in
my back, settling in my hips ami
extending up my spine. The pain
was very severe, and at times almost unendurable, and 'many davs
I was not able to do an hour's
work. Uy't weight was reduced from
190 to 1G0 pounds, and though I
had co'nsulted many first-class physicians and tried several advertised
medicines I could get no relief.
"At   this     time     my   father-in-law
told  me to   try- Dr.   Chase's  Kidney-
Liver "Pills,   and  said "he, knew  ,they
' vvould cure me,   I secured a box and
' great  was my surprise  when' I  began
, to   feel   better  after   using    only    tho
j one box.      I continued their   use until    I had    taken'about four   boxes,
; which  made me a sound man,  and I
'also   regained, my, usual .weight,   ltX'
pounds.    I   cannot  say   too   much   fr.
' lavor of  Dr.     OJiase's    Kidney-Liver
Pills, 'which  have done so  much    for
Tito.    1   have   recommended   them   to  a
number of my friends,  and have never  met  with one i-ase whore they did
not    meet     with good "success.      M>
: (i'a ugh tor.    M,-b.    Chas.    Philips, h«s
also been cured of a  severe stomach
trouble by the u.se of these pills."
Dr.  Chase's  Kidney-Liver  Pills, one
pill  a dose,  25 cents a box,'5 bones
Tor  $"1.00.      At all  dealers,  or     Ed-
manson.  Bates &  Co., Toronto.     To
.protect   you   against   imitations    the
I portrait  and   signature  of  Dr.   A.   W.
j Chase,   the   famous   receipt  book  an-
, thor  are  on  every  box   of  his  rerae-
dics.
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MADJ1    FROM
Tb  a. dfsh fit for it kins,  and  juit u '
fit for any of his subjects.
It Is tho old tttshioned brawn and
muscle making- sort, prepared by our
pan-dried process, securinc; exqulait*
Have/-.   Free from hulls.
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It Is very much stronger nnd thicker than any other (tarred or building) paper. It is impervious to wind, keeps'-out cold, keeps ijt heat, carries no -smell or odor, absorbs no moisture, imparts r.o taste or Savor to
nnythLtlff with which it comes in contact. It is largely used not onlv for
shoeting Coust'S, but for lioinpr cold storage buildings, refrigerators, "dairies. Creamcrtes, and all'placed where t4ie object is to .keep .an even and
uniform  temperature,  and  _t  tho same time avoiding dampness.
Write our Agenis, TEES & PERSSE, Winnipeg, for samples*
The E. B. EDDY CO., Limited, MULL.
To   paint  a   battleship  recpiires  1..0
tons   of paint:
\   dav   in   xhe   planet   Eros   is   live
and a half hours.
-"Mot01 'omnibus services are proposed  for  eight  towns  in  New  Zealand.
IMl.Hii SXKSS   Jlfll'-lOXS   LIFE
ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT
0
Removes all hard, soft or calloused
lumps and blemishes from horses, blood
spavin, curbs, splints, rinpbone, Sweeney,
stifles, sprains; cures sore und suoollen
throat, coutihs, etc. Save S50 by the
use of one bottle. Warranted the tr.oBt
wonderful Blemish Cure ever, known.
Sold  by  all   druerRists.
An   honest  dealer  does  all   his   b.lying and selling by the same scales.
-i ne
■■in is nov.-r a comp.intonalilt:
.''i--e Ins ailment renders hint
'..1 silooiny , The complaint is
1 ncerot's us it is ilisiiLcr. ea,'.lo.
,,.,. !10Mi Hiitfor from it who c-f.n
Pai'tiit-leii's Vegetable Pills. H.v
ii'trnluiiii!*- tiie liver and otivi-ie-'ii.-c the
elTi-cis 01' bile in tlie stomach tl.ev n**,-
t.'.e ne;- t.) i-ho-'fltiliu-ss- nn.-l full'viyor
of   action
hi
'fin. t,
in,), ie ■
!-. it ^1
V.'l ',<
nroi ure
Zoht left a fortune of S-100,00".
made up entirely from ihe profits ol
his novels.
Shetland's shortest night is five
hours, but her -longest is over eighteen hours.
,^
s-a a e-s s » e k ff a
'leSleved   sn 10 R^snutes by Dr.
Agnew-'s Catarrhal Powder.
Rev. iV. lb Main. I'.i^tor of lhe Baplijt-
Einnmiel Church, Bui'bo, fri ves strong
tO'lim.-ny for and is a litm believer-in Dr.
Acue-v"*; Odarvhal Powder, llu hits tried
many kind* e,f u-niedies without nvai-
'•A'fier u-i.-iu Dr. Afjiiow's Catnrrh •! Powder I war heut'-ited at once"' ,-:t-e hi-i words
It W ;t wonderful r<.nie-ly and w II relic*-,
any form of h .id pain iu tea miuiitoH tin.
crailic-iie catarrh. I
Dr.   -.^1..-,,,*- lli'.irl  Cilr* !i,-I|". II..'  t,x'rwiir!«ri! iifn-i
Some Japanese young girls, when
they desire" to look extremely. ca;itA
vating,   gild   their  lips.    -:
Dundee; Scotland, has atari ed evening'classes for its policemen.,
I ."so   Lever's   Dry   Sonp-Oi   powder)'    tn
;\-u sh    v'-Dolciis   tine!    ilaniii-ls.—you'll     liki
it. .- ' '   '     .      '
Goal miners at the Ditrk I .ano col
liery. Mirtield. Fmgland, have been 01
strike for  112  weeks. ■
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will make them suit, white and
fleecy.      . rB
fttaanfs Uiiifliefl'. Cures Colds, e&L
Ihiy   is   the  most  profitable crop  in
Rue hind.
Fifty million gallons 01 petroleum
wore produced in Burmah and Assam
last'year.
Tf We supply at- short
notice complete JOB
PRINTING AND
NEWSPAPER OUTFITS.
% We sell • what Printers want; Printers want
what we sell.
f We carry a complete
stock of Type and Supplies for the composing
Room, Pressroom ana
Bindery.
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'UVriJUDAY   SEPT. «2, lOCIJ.
.^r^^e—<a.-»*i-   "^■^Jl're—«Ti-
-.jSOU'riO-IC"*)- I** «T.^"*-\i/iv*-    <& £■?r""KTT* ^r-^-.
moment oi iiilAirs ! B^l 06F   Shfe^-^^^
In STONE Building. '
Qpe®L Wendnesdays
\&®.d. Saturday
CA'U'.^'i^ IS SSiOltXlO-K"*)-
With the new an-.t
"the   jiroviuoiai    cui.ipaign   h.is    bcon
shortened from 00   to   -0  ibiy*}.    And
in this   the Conservative"   ^'ViTiimniit
M..ts shown ils   vvi-ilom.     \Vi*D   ev.-ry-
ihing ready lor the   election   it, would
h.ive been    i:sele--d   and   foolhardy   to
have done otherwise.    Tt   will   «re.itl.v j ^,
abridge tho   period   of   politick   aipt.i '
lion' and   discuba<ni--~t"-   time   during
iwhieh   the  ordinary  hr.«nec«    ofl^jOKAS,    P.    CAMPBELL,
'I'oun'tiy is alwi-ys    itioi'"   ;-'*"   i'-^   /^
turbed aiid in'orie-rcd v.'itb.    'I'he   Lib-;
enils, bov.vvoi - arc innlcin^'a   vi^or.-n.-
T>,.
W. a. fsTOM-:. Troj).
itcsidcnl.ai  Jin,;   on [Campbell
street.
Jiesidunti-il    lots   on   Taviolook
street.
House aud lot on Victoria street.
,    House and   lot on   Lake. Shore
avenue, '
Etisiness    block     on     Victoria
'Street.
Good dairy business near town.
Mining stoclr,
, fob' bent.
Ofnee rooms' and living  appart-
nipnts on Victoria street.
Houses for rent.
Wc do   a   general   co,:nini*-sioii
biibines-3.
M.-tif i-i the X. U. A. lb h.-i1. I'^ry
sl.utd.v cvyibn- at- 8 o'clock.
Yb'.iiin, bretliriu aT cordially in-
vitoit  lo   alUr.il   v.\zw  meeting.
R. A. S mi i'ii,
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lb F. Johnston,;   "•,:>
Scc'y.l   L\1
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IllL^AlLli
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Heels every Monday evening in their j ^
hull on Victoria street. ' Pojoiiniin^ ; ^*;j
Odd Felloes cordially invited. ' j    t'v
C. A. Foot:
Noble Grand,
F.'.l. p-vlYTK,
Seer'y.
Moyie Board of Trade   J\
I        l M
The safest bay-of the season, and you will double your
money in three.tuon'tliR. Tin company have J2 cbiiiiii*.
which surround the St. Eugene- mine—'the largest silver-
load mine on tho American continent.1
Undertaker
' Farrell & Smyth
9
■gp'
mbalmer..
Violent ii-biin.*"   iTunier MoDrido't,  ac
tiu„ m llu. »,-.ltu-, UA it /^Z       GvlVu„t CtiMBi phr0U(ljlor nllhiM
in, used a:-on, of   their man,   m ^ ; L.oufiUl tly kqi, in fcluck,
i-itn;i-iisir;   is*>viea.      Vown    m     tlmu i - , r .  A     ,
li
,, -        tK,,:,:   auii'i-rvies L'onsiaiHiy i*ein in tioeii.
,..ir!„ tbou;,.i. tbey r.«c   - :».v .<*. m.ul | ^,   ^^  n_
,1 -no ibani;o.    'J lie 0'i.iSMb-'n v.d   he; .    " , ,, -,.
-    - . s  l(r   j i-"iv!-  nr'onipl  ntLeiilioii.    Opi-n   night
-sroiir ono :.,r ttifii. ai  :..>:i    '«»; •
-,   , .,,-   „;   .iiiiil.iv.    1'iionc-jio,
i)..   ,.   ,,.,■:■ (In,,' t'-ieiny   i-i    pn.   ... |
j Box Sr». ' iMOYll':, B. c.
r t -.ji.  f
ranDrcok
is.
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rswrsr-rsx-  c-j-r-^--rgrnw.ttrcgrg-r»iqa
i-'ur   fJ-ile   Cbc'U)-"'bwo   y,u--.iti-    *i
.'i.o'--,;;c    -neo.':.      Ov-'ner   it   movitii.: [
/'Zlxd mo-K-y 12 no'object. 3u-|     Mrs, W. A. Prest,
•1Ui;(;;T* ^^^!:^!1"U'" e'"iUW' i rhoxographer,
Tbe Liberal party in this_proviuco is j c..ch^(,nLi     TiIiKiVi    yoiiCloese.
'.ike Corbett '.va? in   the, niiicth   round j ^^
whc-n, he foughi  with   Joifiies.    11  ie '
licked and   is   only    waiting   for   ihe
knockout blow,
bctober 3rd,
Heels on tboJirel V,"cd".ej..s-,y
e'.ening ol  «-.i,vili   'month  at
f o'clock f.harp   in the court
, b'ou-*e.
,     '"     j.\j i-.: (. hu.ntx, Hon. Tre:-)
A. P. M U'riraAti'i, Vra
T. ]'. Joii^sto;:, 1
Vicc-L'rC'j-.
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Selling I?
;   ty.
1°  ». v
1. CA-'!i-r,ni.i.,!0 bv>
SocV.I   g)
at iu uents a snare,
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Giires Eaiii Instant^
in any piiri; of body-1
HarTc-y    &'   Xd'pCarter,! t?;
i ";it fi^'iLy. n.c' "
l'AZVVAArOl'V., B.'t.
. b
ga:t Ton-:
bio liiey will ret on j Yeg&t&bh)^i
|.crk'.t, Ji.v3£l-j oOi..«.t3t?-
E c e
About 70 per cent of   tbe   \0t.3rs   in j BtO""7Splp3C and
the   Cranbrook   electoral    district    is-   -J^jj^qv^ at
mndc up of laboring  men.    Thc-sc, al-   "*""* *
inodtto a'man^will   casl  tbi-ir   ballots
ior the' v.'orkiiigiiiaibs   caudi'-iato,   Mr.
Thomas "Jftvcr.. „, ,       >,v. ii. IA-CROSBY, Propriilor.
B. C
Without taking a drop of
medicine. All the superficial
pains arc relieved Vvitboiu the
big risk ol taking dauL,erci;s
drugs into tbe system. ltd
work   is    eir.iply   marvoloua.
. ■ i'\.
!    fa   K-ir' Ibirtictila.'^ apply tt
n icm *s,"a-«.ii
Barristers..& Solicitors. ] ■ $
evnijA .
j     to'    Jb/X  00.
FARRELL & SMYT
*  v    '
MOYIE. li.
::.\VAiicn2iiLi. "-.tivc-ri')::  k^:"j
ci,ArTi:r:c<or.
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ft
TT:-xa^'"-T~3J.-n'',flr'?rj,«r.7iJ.v,T:ir
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CHKISTL1N      fuELSICi,       Agent    33^.   J)V 7^   KffiG*-    ".'
"\10YIC, B. c:  ■
Oranbrook,
0. Ib DEoAULXIEIt
' nr:i.Li.u in
.OCTOBER   5th to  13th,)
iSKT^ztfov^^aa
It would been: ti:.'.'. tlio Libcrr.lo   iV-"« j "^"; ~ ~'
ashamed of   their   pbii'orm,    co weTi , NKLSO-A,
Uiey keep it hid bom Hioju-bHc   ga/o. j   ^        _ 7> ,
Different with   the   Cons-ervativeo  for   DC.      dOGBpilS     OOIlVSILt.
their platform appears in  eve;y   news
I "r '
gj _        ■ n.NTiJ .i.v.N'UAi.       '  , i
^ 1II k d i s I ci i; ra      1' rill. |
r
3, €.
PROMPT DELIVERY.
paper in the pn.Mnee.
i^rj.oaa'MSit'T-iaLisnwrB*"'^
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Dysenk-ry caii-ob lhe'death of  n-.oro
people i!i.m  -i:.al!p-'-x .in.l yellow ti vi-r
,,  mv 'l   is   071 ".led
Mv.'-'O.N, B. C.
i Glue ens' A-ye.
MOYIE I
tary Put.j.ic, cc~o.
f'obcitor fof'tiie Imperial
TAtr.k of,Canada.
MORE THAN -foO/bX) IN rivEMRLMfb
1
1 -.
I URA.NiifiOOK".        IJ»ji-ir.-.uCoi.UMurA
•i'.irdn.g 1-ud D.*y rb-bool conduct-1
od by tlio .Si.-U'iv of Si. Joj'-ph, Nelson j
B. ~C. Ciinune-ci.il am! bu.*iiii,--s!
coin.-cs a   sp'-'oi.ih.',.    E:;oeiienee   audi
tar --r-" -ri* »-•j;-*"vr.
t. -rr.^-.orn. '1 u ■j'.raaeTyjvi-**jjr- «r»
I Greatest .Attractions   Biggest   Amusement \
;*t w o n
Features' Ever Secured,
•-        .   -     - - 1- -  \
•\    AGbMCULTUilAL XE IlBITH,    STOCK .SHOW,    FRUIT KAlU   \
MIXING  Dt-.PAKTME.VT,    ]■ i NE -AKT- DISIT«\ Y. !
EIQKT' DAYS RAGING.
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STOP AT THE
v'.liVJI-l'lj   I-!--,  .*.'NO   ilO'j'Un. -
•yombin.:.'.     1 ;■ ' ". -'  my 'l   ;■)   ,i:"' Ml'-,i ( f wift   :-ir-;;r. -is   1 bma-Ai .li.'.o   cacti   del f A'^'h{ '-L*-f? ?.I  li i '' fc W    '
.  3UTfith:m n !v::l.'. .t -*.■.:■<'■:■.-l-roin}-■*'}.  r:';.«."*!.».    I'.rem-   --..*..!.:.   "-itc   for   ^ii'*J,!fJi'Ji -U'?. 11 i jfAil
and    eb'C'' <■    A, i',; icrt.
{,li-i'.b"i'- ' ji^Aiciv.-r*.    v'ue  ni""!h   n^itreh   (lie
,     . . ., • i-.llb'.l'      ..•      dl        ir.()i'l'.';.l!lH!M     of     tin
bun's   Cc-he    '.   '-.„   n:in   ->a -'"•'';'_ ■;;.,, ._.. ,.,..,|,   ;.   ,,; t   r.bitm.    Term1
Ben-.pay hits* b • :«    ■•-'•■    5l1   ''inr   ' iM'"( ouim.«   •■: v .m .i..:*',   Aj.ril   s.nil   i-'.0|-t. I
demies   of ik-im'i ;v    i:*    tl <"'   Unurd ! pnin'li? : ;e ,. l,n;U A durii.^, (e:m
State? with {'.erin't   nu,'-",
euud the moil  ::.;*'.'.,,'.. --
,-"t    OVr.II i'f'O 110RHES .«•;>• I'KHKiJ,
.'J
BIG EVENT EACH DAY   [5
C?10,GGO TH PIJROEB.
'   !:|    l*e\-.->i 'i'own   .-''.:-' t ' '.t.r-.i, ii   I-b.ci,'   N:b: 1'..   Yaudt-ville  f-'incbillie-= vj
!    V' -- '   ■  b ', A'     ''.re--- !-'"-.':"-(■-. ?j
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1..I "t  b'.- ;,-
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":-^nn j On- bin . • s..-
i-uuu i;.3::io:-t   "..i.-.t.i. •--■-   '--■     ,             .:,., ;;,:-, .i.-.-j      ..,.;• t-lWiJjin'O '
ot chi^r''n-.:ul.«ll.ut •'.••".].   ■■■■■■,  '   ,,{ , ijjjj ji^y y    |J-;|_ UUiJH^.U ;          0lll;,    .,
most trying ccnb.bn=bv(iybu,c--i a      ■        ■ ,           ^^.^ ^
boldtlionldlu^eabi-bA-tulnind.    I" iiaUUCll lUlli. '                i
') A 1 01.-.
,--*t ,iii(i   i-ol  !y-i
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I! Spools! low 1aa> -5ii All Railroads. I
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c"; " -.«■ ,"   .' ,-.   A I   >"     ■>    f- r  '.-'..i.-.    V/r" 0 fo.' 1 :i mium Li.-:. S
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i'l;..-. ' -tior.
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C^Jb'i«r-i'i^L.ii'V
it. r-   s'Ci.'vi.iJ i:c, **i-«-b- uui Micr. :|-i
' f b^T:"j*i-.b*b;."'ji'-:"^>iK i"S.aS-^^
may saver.   lif-'\    ^old   by   all  (hug-
eiste.
AB.RO0W   LAKE,   B/(G.| j0sEFH NIEDERSTADT ..Prop.
iil-i'ito I'Y.ir,
There   ia ' evsry   reas-,:.    fo   e/t-c
u A !
The Most Complete
Health    Resort   on
larger crov.Js .11   .'..e   Hiiok -no Int»r- j ^Q      Continent        Ot    ,     '
siate fair this   year   tbun  ever  before, j i\Jorth America. *U
Last year the attcn-binoe frotn   oatbtdo . « ^
the city was r:i::te rerau:Uable: but will j Its BATHS Cure all  rervouo  aiid
mlll'lv I'S "«-'.tw!".l   ty  '-be-   utopUiMu-cularUiseaeea.
vboFOto   PpoHrn.   f^  veer.    Tb A It.   WATKP-S    Heal   .IS    Kidney,
'air opeDu October •.' ar;o ciofe-j ci- '-n- ( -
13th     Tli-re'viM bti oroccerity en   p.U! They   r.re a  Xeverfailing    lieraedy
'•■ 1 "      - u,,,t,-',..;nw- -.-.",''•  tr.b; f'.-j-b;! Kbeitmaf.c Tionble.;. 1
Mdr,, nnd everybody will.-c,,.    ;o 8 ,;^    ftCJ
, few days re.t and i.creaUon.     ■ uo;«   ^^      io rc;ideucJin ,,,,,, f#J v,;Una> j
-,\ho have   been in   Si-uLano   iscentiy , ,
bay   arran^imenb    arc    made   for    a;
larger and better  c-xt>o..iliou   tbiti   at ,
TO AIv'D 3'ROM.AIL
:-:/]., •-av.AP-p"^
P. J. j&el&'aiioii, IVIgTn
1 FOR   PINE   TAILOKING    GO    TO
MEEOKAHT   TAILOR.
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a a casi
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9
'' Fine   Suitings    Overcoating
TronsTf,   Tmnortcl    Goods
Drugs
i yy r      y
Drug and Stationery Store
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leiiikals
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School' Supplies.-
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-y'^^^■^T*^«^^»^^g*'* '•*""* HTX~
&    \  *«>5\  <t;n   .^^^   "^v-
any of the pn viou= fairs
They M11U0 Vgu X'l't*! l'<e»i,i!.
The pleaciuit puryaliMi ' I'cct c.pc:
lenced by alb who uso Chamberbiinb-
Stomiich aud Li'.ci TbJ'b^ <'-nd the
healthy cundiiion ol the b-idy and
mind which ibey cic-.te m,iki.c one feel
iovful.    Por sale by all du^giotr.
IF YOU HAYS A.
| EAST KOOTEMAVBOTTUHG  CO EOYl'E,
CRAHEROOa, b   c
British .Ooluz::cIa
rf njfin**jn -
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T-BnJjKRt'";i.-'c-ii'-Tx:-iT.->KJi Lib!'A
LOT TO SELL.
A lib'b.SE TO I'.ENT
1 ?,'iNi>:c --jtoc:-: 'i'o ja-all. !
Ar if \,i2 v'ih to invctb !
1 v -
!,! ,i,iy of lln.de con-.i:ll
I rARRELL <?. SMYTH.
Box 35. IS10YIE
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Seated Waters of alli If OVTF!
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:-,-e.:tl  t.-y   I'hl-
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Atte.iil'UO'
Orders Sciiciloci,
Soda Water  and Syphons.
i-««™-*« ir-Temcsf*':^" «-»* — •sa---r-'"».. rj-*r»T"T-",f^'—irT"*ji-Kr^*v-s
jt;^¥^Y
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,«3^5r,CD>3^.,Xi?jX,(iTX^Cr^^
3poi<ane,   f-lcattla   and   G.yr.ca  I'oiub'S.
I ao'pr Roar   ^fuior ^&id rinfftRH
JB e    UlfO.nid .  1^   yy j Q^aii'Cy npt excelled in tlie country. - ;Try;it>^
'VJIOl-I-PALJ'; /.:.!) liKTAII,
be'oonvmeed,
ane,   l-icattia   ant:   L;or.c-t  i'Dints..: -...    .:..,'      ;-. ■      .-".■,- \  ■ -, '  -:"■ ■"'-,.      ■■> ■    -' ^_,-•«--.-•«'_""
3t, IA.ub Dnlutb, AI :«-.»oh noli;:     ' ' j MEAT . '     MJibi'lliJcLAi>j I'D, j ^i£7:,i£©&^ 1
un.^biM-      '-A;b.   yvb   b-r""-: Tv'l!    ,j*>.^   b '-.#      rA?TrK.,:F'      /> !    '   "'i-h, Came   |..:i,i   Poultry.-   vi'c       :«r-'        -^A %.^    A  AJLJ .    itiyiMvBO ^
1,   known;     <<.;:-;*,-5      ii*'    y n  >-!   ;-,-'   . t,b 1,    I-;-.'   tbV... ""^     ' \      •-". R-- - j   ■■     ',..).,    f.---.-;■   ,-...    )-..,..*       , Vci.,~ '^'i ■      , '        -   "'     ' -  '-   -,-
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ii.--,i. --i-iish ! ^i^    t^A'-Abb^^iAA"                             ,!          Coaches, balftco   and   J'uunci.
,--... it,r-,i<.■ ;''*^r'A-:-;-b'iAib   Tr-rA? blAriv'S        ■             ..„■ -          At.   .            , r,   P
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■'"*';>.f:-A?\ii4,y      SO 'V£bKbJ..
bV ;-;-;i'*S- :-A^kiA KX P "AR' r".NcK
:inc,'-i".in.'.'(i-'-  :n> to' :h);.-i   <>r Weii::c'*i;iy, -'A'l j
p..'nlc;!::I:>b'-;-fl'em :A'iy r--i'"'',;l -vite ia:!y ,;.;«i--- U; |
'jlitiii:.'.'f. l.Ac",A'Aiiyr tli.L'   ;-r...-.-i.s';.'.ii:y of  ;-:oii.u'
lliof-t.hC'l.tu.-'.Ai;', 'Air -. l,*- ;,':r;-"^: .'"-eiimii
Uml.-er \':AAo':-...oi a limb.-;-litnit r-.:nifti:--.i .01:
Cherry Crook, ■'•'.At. K"oteii.y   Di Iriot
us Lot r.,W3;'coni:U:iiii,y .'"■ '"i;- *""■:
..tort-.1-.
'   Thc   c:ovay,i;t.',tor   '.>'7"erir;sr   iho   h,;-;i-,'--
'homis v.-ilJlW'-.-it-itloelUi '■:■   lct-'-sis   .A   '
Tor a l,t:i;i'Hl >-f ny-.-iity-otu: yi'ur.s. ._ J
Knch teric'v'r imi-;l l.e iic-ooioiisuiie'.   -., 11 ."-.'l- |
acme x-ter*"-';   -•'•''■|;  y-A-1'1^  '"  l!"'  »"'l"-'|
.signed, to CO-i-r tin,  -y.ou in of   1'.'-   -'b   :'''-:!;l" |
'.'e)itul(-Ab"--A : i-y 'hv - :ii'..au-".:>i"  t ..:i;:sy; , ;i. |
b-n-nV'-n'l ';h-.o .'-.-: or ti   -.el- i-lit-..|ite  for A,'A':-\ j
li,int;t!K'-<^A'.-.r."r:   n,i'.l   i-irb.'Mii-f   lib     ''AAfAA^^A    Pl^bb^b^--
limit*.    Tite'.:!ii-t'!--..-"i..: '•■■■ "■!    "-—   rtT,iMi,'' vS-V./.ij^-Ji*-.'    ^ tn" s" -' v-^ ^ *--*J.iv 1.
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