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VOL. III.   NO 49.
$} Per Yeah
Dry  Goods, Groceries,   Boots  and  Shoes,
Hardware, Etc.
California Giant Powder Company,
of whicli ti full stock is constantly on hand.
Subscriptions taken for all Canadian, American, British or
Foreign Newspapers and Periodicals.
Golden,, B.C.
Has been newly built and newly furnished.
Heated throuaiidut with hot air. The
table is lirst class. The bar is stocked
with choice Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
Wm. JWefteish, - Prop.
(Incorporated 1H70.)
DRY 000ns
Prices quoted and samples sup] lied on
I forth   when  bo scored the Opposition
shewed the tone of the meeting.     Mr.
Schon   was thou   culled  on   and  was
given n fair hearing.     He in turn wns
by tttiothei Opposition man, a
I Mr.
Golden, nn the main lino of llie Cuiiiidinn I
I'ncilic llall-vity, i.i it* cunuocliou witli tlm
.iti'aiiiliiiat navigation of tho Coliinilii'i t'ivor
tlio niinoi'iil inul coiuiuoi'chilceiitrooi'Eiistei'n I
lirltlsh Colunibliii hoiulqiuirters of Hi i Uold-
on Smelting works, tlio  llppor  (.'oiiiinliiii followed
Navigation   Cn., i.iul   liiiiilici' iiiilnstl'V; tin1'.,      ��,  /,        j ,. ,
outlet for llie 'widely k.io-vu Tuii l.trlMl'- McGeor from Vnncotivor, who wns
fnniod iigi'lciiltiifiilnnd grn/.lug liiini of tho i very sn I'ottstio In bis remarks, nnd If
I ohiiuhlu��  Kiniit'ii.'iy  Vi.lloysi   luii'iviilloil
fur sceuory nl ,',11 liimls: tho distributing
imiiii for llie rii'lii'.-i iiiini'i'.'il country ou lliu
Special  attention ��-ive-i   to
MAIL ORDERS.   Write us.
Address ElUlfSG K'S BAY
Co'y. Calgary, or
During the next sL\ weeks we are determined tu
reduce our
Large and Varied Stock
as much as possible, in order to facilitate Stock
taking and to make room for
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots   and Shoes, Crockery and
Glassware will be offered at
20 p.e. Discount
Field, Golden & Fort Steele.
July 4th, 1894.
rtje Way to Vote.
Lieut.-Col., Farmer.
SCHOU, N. 0.
DON'T SPOIL your Ballot paper by ANY
NOTICE is hereby given thnt David
Oppenheimer und R. H. Alexander
have Hied with me nu amplication for u
Crown Grant to their iniuernl locution
tituated on Copper Creek, in the liistrict of Fast Kootcmty. known its the
Jitiinita claim. Adverse np|ilicniits, if
any, are required 'to semi in I heir objections to me within (IU days from
this date.
Donald, (lib December. |S93.
Govt. Agent, Fast Kooteiiny, B.C.
Mr. R. A. Kimpton was iu town on j
A. F. Cummins, S.M., was a visitor
this week.
T. 11. 11. Cochrane of Mil ford was in
town on Thursday.
Mr, F. .1, Claxton went to Calgary
ou Monday for n visit.
The Alexander Hull has beou chosen
as the polling booth for Golden.
All Opposition meeting is advertised
for Monday night in the Alexander
A number of politicians went up the
river on Wednesday morning to work
up the lTp| er Country,
A riiillc for two horses took place on
Thursihiy night nt ibe Columbia
House. George Stark iiiitl Fred Henley
were the lucky winners.
jV movement is now on fi ot for
the organizing of it baseball club.
This ought to go all right as quite a
number of tbo boys seem to take n
great interest lu the giiino.
The minimi school meet ing wns held
on Sittirdtiy last iu tho school bouse.
Mr. J. \V, Connors wus elected trustee by ncclonintion, in place of Sir.
John Gibson, whose term of office bad
Mr. Warren, Si\, who has been it
resident for the past fourteen mouths,
left on Sunday for bis home iu Oslutwa,
Out. During his stay hero Mr. War-
ran made many friends, nil of u bom
were sorry to see bim go.
Wo call attention to W. Alexi.lulnr's
inlet, in another column. Hc lias left
Donald nud taken up bis residence in
Calgary. Work left with Mr.. C. A.
Wiii'i'on w'll be forwarded to bim uud
will be promptly returned.
be bail wished to help Mr. Scbou's
caiiiliiincy any be should have remain-
itd in Vancouver, C*>l. linker then
briefly replied to the arguments which
tho Opposition candidate had brought
forward nud the meeting bro|ie tip with
three ringing cheers for Col, Baker.
ltniigliiiiry  1'i'llii'i'y mill  l'orru|itlon.
Tlie Opposition in Vancouver have
nn idea that East Kootenay is the hot
bod of bribery nnd corruption and
wired one of their party hero to that
effect, stating also lhat immediate
prosecutions would result. Wo are
glad to say tbnt Col. linker and Mr,
Scbou wired in reply indignantly denying tbo charge so wantonly made
against us ami challenging inquiry.
The fiolilen Amateur i.'oincily Co.
Tlie Golden Amateur Comedy Co.
made their debut before a Golden
audience on Thursday evening last.
The entertainment was in aid of the
hospital nnd the bull w."S fairly well
filled. While not wishing to be too
severe on tbe amateurs, we certainly
think there is room for improvement.
The programme was of a humorous
character all through ami tho audience
occasionally bad a good laugh.
The Cas33l Co! j Extracting Co. Ltd. Glasgow.
(Tlio Mai-Arthur -Forrest CyaniJo Process.)
Experimental tests mi; hi reels up to 22101b*
tnnile In nscci'ti.iii cost nt extraction mnl percentage of gold i.nil silver recovered hy
melius oi'tiie (.'yutii't' I'l'dt'Oss ill llie
Testing Works of above Co.
For further pjirticiilitrt* npi ly to:
W.  l��clli-w Harvey, a*1. V. 14..
Vasr'-on- <���.
liepi-osen'alive & Superintendent for ll.C.
[stir ixi'imi'iiii.iTiiti. |
GOL����j\, B.C.
Dainaiid-Huston.��� At Golden, July
.1, by Rev. W. R. Ross, Mr. AVul-
ter Gnrcee Dainard to Miss Ella
Huston, daughter of Mr, William
Huston, Seymour, Out.
Tbo ndjonrnetl annua! meeting of tho
shareholders of the Golden Lumlier Co.
Lt'd. Ly.. will lie held nt the Com-
pnny's oliiee, Golden, B.C., on Monday
tbe Uth pi-ox. nt the hour of two
o'clock in the afternoon for the election of Directors, etc., for the current
Mr. Walter Dninnrd bits joined the -vc"1'
ranks of tlie benedicts. The young
l.uly arrived from the east on Sunday.
The ceremony was performed ou Tuesday evening last by the Rev. W. 11.
Ross. We extend our congratulations
to the happy couple.
Presbyterian Service.
Service will be held to-morrow
morning in the school house at 10
o'clock, conducted by the Rev. AV. R.
Dated nt Golden, B.C., 15th June,
A general banking business ti-nnRiioted,
Deposits received ami Interest allowed.
Collections on all points promptly ut-
letitli'il to.
Gold dust ptii'cb.'iseil nnd nt-coiiiitctl for
at highest market rates.
Jin linger.
Mny 1, 1894,
Monday next at S-tfO P. LI.
Will he iiddressed  by the Op osition
candidate, Mil. N. C, SCHOU,
The Hon. COL. BaKEH is also invited to attend iiml speuk.
Col. linker's Meeting.
The public meeting in the Alexander
Ilitll. Tuesday  evening  last   was   lho
largest ever held in Golden.     The ball;
was literally packed.    Mr. J. F. Armstrong     was      voted   to    tlio  chilli'.
Ho lirst called on Col. Bilker to address
the meeting.      When tbe gallant Col. I
rcso   to  bis  feet  n  perfect   storm of
applause burst forth whicli fairly shook
the building nndsovoi-a! mi mi ton elapsed j
before tbeclieerssiibsiiled.    Col. linker I
ill tbe course of bis remarks expressed
regret at his delay in appearing before
ns at tin's time, but was siiti.-lled that
wo were nil well acquainted wi b tho
facts of tho case.     Henbly reviewed
A sitting of tbe County Court for
East Kootenai' will be held at thu
Court House, Donald, oil Monday tliu
lUlli day of August, 1804, at 11 o'clock
By order,
S. RiJiKiiiAVi:,
Donnld, ll.C., Recorder.
July 2nd, 18P4.
Golden .iasp.tal Society.
THE HOSPITAL is now opon for the
admission of patients.
TICKETS may be bad from the undersigned or any member of the
the policy of tho Government:��--- lhe pRICj,   ,|Vn ]>i||m.s }m yeaf of gJx
various nets   which they   bad  passed Dollars per half year.
during their  term of office.      lie also  ,.,.  ,..-���,,,, ,c ,     ���    . i
" Ml -EXTRAS except private wards,
briefly outlined tho future policy of the
Ctovornuioiit.    lie was lisieneil to witli! HARRY   CONNACHER,
inlei'cst   nud the i-lit.--.Ts   which broke Secretary. tiC x; vO ....���,'.-. Ova
Tim   xiOuJxU ��J K .' .    is   jKiJilallOil
Saturday mui'tiM^ ui a ,u lu oittcli tl
a.i i wo-t mail tr.iiii.s, ,.l-> > hu mail i
u;��;mi' no i-ir-y,   ���*'.*. i.ii .iui'u, .*' u'i .-tu
If, Is tiH J. 11/ .1 i k'Ul'Ufil.l^ ULfll i.H I.l .-
Kutiieiiay uinUiiu.
I,,,,:   Lillian  was of   ii.goiHle and, THE    PQI^ )NL\G RING.
lUVIHrf    a!;i|ius;t lull,    UStUOllltM    by    Ull, 	
who htul  SLii-ii her  I'r'ylit tint! sniHiuu*'    r>     -,     -,-,     ,,,    j-,. ��� *.
One any Franklin Stmrgis came into
Tho band of the; ring was fitted with
a very powiiil'nl and Kabtlo poison, and
in the t'onrsa of ordinary wear
eyrvy now and then, a small drop of th-
unit uim Mai   r iiiiiniiii    iiiui^n     liti'iiu    iniiii .                          . -. .       .     . -      .     -.  ,     ,         .->
.     face,     She possessed more limn ordiu- my offlco and produced n  pearl ring l""-*--'1 ,'���'"" " hoinjuctnil into the weaver
"',,,,.   I'onicliiii-ss      To hor tiiir-iiis she which be wished to sell.   It was one of 'X  ,"*.���*    tTnnS    ���,'"������"��   accidentally
,,, | **''        ���'"      *""���      io noi  pi.i uts   u the ^^         ,flcon|.       lg . Uuye eV(,r . touched, or tlie murderer could, once ii
was ii source of grcnl liopoiinil ilclight, Hum ]m.���-e white nud lustrous ���   "���''   ���' -**el'el.v shaking nanus witn bis
nnd now .luu, she  is taken from then., "My dear fellow." I 'said,  '"whv do ���'I���-^AAIAM\.n^ vAhmtm*
while they bow   suliinissivolv  to the yon wish to part with thisV   Yon may
I                - ii'ii' never got such a gem again.
S ili'ci'iptii.i U-iitti: -s-J.isi per aiiiiiiin in  will of   thu Almighty, limy feel their ^  "Well, as you know," bo replied, "it
uVA-lili-i.                                                  loss'keenly.      Here   thev   fo 1 LiM.y is not tliut I need the money it will real-
1 worthy of theli-love and ttow.lliat sho  .*��'.  1,n'--"���������'"���  hor\ il0 hosituted.
-   ,   Tho  tact is,     lw   went   ou,    "it  lias
A li-Hi-lisn nn,its   mnl  i'.litiiif"ns must; he in
tlm ti lien u.it l.itui- lit..a I'I,,
to insure i.isortioit.
ui  Hiin.-
i lias gone io  be  wilh Christ, tho great  brought ine lots oF trouble,"
Ihey   iin
A'lvni'ti-iij aunt rales nindu kuiiivii mi nppii-; ,
Clltilll' *u ',  , ,
\\ lib   llie bi'i-i
ml loving   friond   of   ��� ��� lit I lo   ones.'
In r   siill ivorl Iii' r of   their
possible moans uf tie cumin. Iciitigrntu
lilted my cnsttinipt* on ice po-tsosbiou of
so valuable ii-jewel, mi I n ivisud ui n to
present it tu   the  Aliii--.-a.it oi Art nml
:.',i.-iciice instead of dispu..,iu-, in it,    Hut,
ns I told niiii mi-, I could st'it by the ex
I I't't'.-iiion nt hi. r'nuu iie v.'!*'-, tbitiliitig of
tiie mii'o.'iu.i.iic jn'.i, ie who Kmi   ,.o.,,
nl  parents
"Mere superstition," I ventured to re-
"Nothing of tho sort." be answered.
"it is really a ines-oiiger of ill,  and I
diis shall bo glad to i"ll you why, if you
All cash  tu In mil ti  tint  Maun'riir, ft I l1it-.ii-    porn   mil   s id    nlliitltioil   WO do   ��"," '" ' 'S,!!" ''"���',   ,.    , ,           ,.                 ,      .,           ������
,      .,   ,,            ,        .,   .,,,     ..'.    ,                                                                     1 wns on v toog.nl to heir lis storv, books they would nut bo SO silly.���Turn-
vvlM",l",( ��my's receipt iv .obtained. Uimv]y   Bylm,atliir.o, fully   bnlioving  f,���- ������y iuioriiin.ti.in  concerning preo- many l linos.
tbnt tliu  bud   which  was  torn  away  ions stones was of interest to me as an |           Aomtiyi.���ii��,ii,���,���fi*(.*e��.
\wW ."'"' I'Iohhoiii i fir rt-uil in Hun    '.\V(;���.. ,���, ,,���,_.,,,,   ,lttmi  -nnooont. j    Miss   Alice  Rothschild, one  of the
iitngi'l Intnl ivbiili r tbe spiril   of tltoi looking pearl ring, which you regard us mu.-.G   Cauiisli'stiu   tioi'LiCiutui'isis   in
ine ring, an I I .uu Kt'r.ti-1 the sii "low ol
ins lite will iii".-e;' be entirely lifted.
A Uuy nil llii'V I'lillk*.
A Biniill boy ronrir'.o 1 the other day
that it  children   made  thu  chililt'eu's
Tlie Ufa Eia Publishing [jnjaiij,
SATURDAY, JULY   7, 1894.
it-iui.ii mitms.
(Hoi l over from lust week.)
Mrs. Erickson has retiiriied from
the Knst after n longthi'iiel and enjoyable visit to friends in Calgury.
Mr. H. A. Pel-ley of podeslriitn fame
scored a point the other day. It was
iu the Alberta in thu apartment where
bigni'ii do mostly congregate, and of
course his bite auhiovoinunt wns the
topic uppermost, Discussing thu distance, timo oni-npied, stops, tlifliciiltios
ole.. iu which there wns considerable
difference of opinion ono geiitluinuii,
evidently n bird fancier, chimed in it
was so many miles us the crow flies,
This was too much for tliu worthy
host, whose hand unconsciously wandered down to his much hardened biceps which seemed to generate tlie unanswerable query : ''But gent lumen,
huiv iniiiiy miles is il as thu crow
walks V"
The enigma " floored " them at once
mid whilst uu their feet they adjourned
us one man, to tlio adjoining nptil't-
incut; where il cost the crow-flying
guest just one dollar and forty cents.
Mr. Cfli'dell of Canniore, wns n visitor in town on Saturday lust.
Jack Lnvell ami Joe lim ber, both
old timers in this locality, were not iced
in town ou Sat ut day Inst,
Messrs. Gnrdu'i ami Tiirnbiill. civil
engineers, were guests nt. Mount, Stephen House last week, ami |irncis'dud
west with Mr. John Stocks of Cnu-
liiore, on Monday morning,
Mr. M. Carlin wus in town Monday.
W. H lloonic, photographer, of
Calgary, cuuiu iu on Tuesday's No. I
uud proceeded west.
Dr, Brelt arrived from tlie Knst,
Wednesday, tbe lirst time since his
return from Europe. Tne popular
MiL.A. was looking ininiirkiilily well
mnl |ieoceeileil wost on No. I.
A lino young inotintiiiii lion was
among the live baggage brought iu liy
Wednesday's No. 2 We learned thai
it was caught nnd shippKu from Washington ami that it, was hound for
We fear thai onr local hard must be
a flirt. However, as tlio weekly
rhyme has   become a   feature of  our
I'lire t'bilil bits so curly llowi
Trie 1 to Wrncli a Train,
.       ' ir t rxpi-ciuii to set-signs in   ttiiiuiinssiii
Montreal, June 21).    A  reporl   Irom ; his t.. ,��� , ,,,.ls m|M ,.;,.,,  ,,���. ,��� . t,xlJlvs.
Bilckiiigbaui  says  Iwu  li'iuiips   luvvol s.oii w.is p.-"i-ieo.lv i-iilm, iiu ir'.Huan
mi beautiful; 'una biliudfuur   people to    lMU'opi-, mis tl collect on of ruous wbiun
my l;.iiiiv'ei|,v."
''i'it|io.sio:i'."   I   f.'i'tini ii",l.   loauiii'r
fnrwiu'il i i   my cititir, in or.ior that I
inii!' t gi'ia cloirei'viuwoi" liisl'.ico. D-.it,
1 if I oxpeclutl In see signs 'of  tuiiiliii
been ai'i'i'sie I then' fnr iilteuipliug to
wrock n C 1' 11. train going wesl from
Montreal on Wednesday night.    A few
"Liste .," it i ��i i.    ".'i.i';.' n'sngonn
ii'ioiu lii'oiigltt mu t'nis ritig  li-ti.ii  Italy
'(ii;;'"c eiiiiti I'li'd
Ui'UhlUit to llr ivo*"i -'II'J.IX,').
j\t C'.TIliltT IVltoll I T'l to tll'il
1 Bttu lho Htai-atftlii-jovei-tioiitli
Tlti'.v um thu Utile iliiiilos wiiitn
Unit 'Int tliu mini Ion' nf ilm uiu'lit.
Nantucket Jack was in n melancholy
.. , ,, .     i ,. i     -I wit.i it, iniL nltlioii .a ,.j  i, .'i'i-i'.l in it.    ,������V,-" - ���~- ���  ���������" -������
miles enst of Montreal a largo slick of I .    (    '      J tMa^,   |.,,(,.,...-,. :l *t*i ^ v .. -' """"' because  there  seemed  in bo
tiinlier Inul been iibtunl  on  n culvert. I .lustoi-v, and sii,"iiv"niit"paviu,'  miv ^.""lco  tjat ho  would ever win May
���  ,   .        ,                                      ,     ,, -ti...,i'.,,- .,tt ���,i ,.  ' i ,,,.,,- .'���, iniwi'i ' lio'S'im, tint  enpnins daughter.    Ihe
Hnd the elver,  not given   wny  tho  i^^^S1^^,/ ' ^^.-fli^'iVt P��J*����I ���"������tor'was  rhJ  Suite,.Boles
train would certiiinly have been wreck- j ������,������, it W!ls yeportc I to be I U yeai'ri uid ! ,".".'. |"1".''0 ** record as a whaler uinl
Oil.    The lociunolive wns ni is.'I  ill  the   nud   posstissu.l magic i.r,t:,,-.'ii's.  nil of ; "u"^ '"' :'''",);'"j"J' .        mn���H,���it���t���
,     .     which 1 inn��� iluwi. io lliu   I.I'i,limit iin- i    ���'���'''<.'��� l<"i-ritili;i ,-n  opportunity to
air ati'l it is miraculous how ihu train j ,",^7^^ 0|*  ,���,. s.jlol..   she  wore  ir,
escuputl being dei-iiilod, | with pleasure; iu a i, it never l.-;'.  ber
I linger, nu I nbn Wit- nuver tired in sinr.v
1 i-iiii s��u her now
md t io  ni,
ing ii fo ner ine,1.1
..iuiii.' us
r��  ��L _    r I   ��'-  -.    -t   ("��.,.'   t'lip...iniiiiits ni'iiiiiiiis nil tn:  cui'ioiis
1 J ttl3    LijC:.Qi3   H   ECGi   ����'^,��'����';" tliu,, in tht. prilu of
I perli'i-t I'l.'iilin, lint "Tnltril y   u clinugo
I came over hor. th- color filiied t'l'oui her
distiiigui.ui In nseil'ui 1 tiusii now it
caite: Tile crow hnd piii'-ii''d a whale
of great value iitui ill most killed it, when
they sir.v u s.jteill coining o.i.
All tin* bunts nt unce cut away to seek
the ship, bnt Jac.t i.us for holding on
and refused to loie such a prlz.'.   His
i-t'"w ileii'i'teil him mi I loft bun to cope
with 111" mounter n' >uo.
Ami now ii tin.,   iluspnrato   i-otiiliit
Hnallvo'ies-iinmi'i'   ni-rlit  sou  slipped    \'.m}\ V��)oe.     AlUr   iluiy wo.-lliiiif tho
,,a*"-',,���,.,��� ,..i.,. i i " , lightoi'iitt wilh s ,i llul hand, and ply
ciluc.vS, the eyes lo.it  their
oxpressi'i i bei-ipilc wan aiiil '.veni-v. anl
(iKNTl.tiMUX, I baveagaiii llie honor to offt'i' myself lis your illpiiisentit-
tive in the Lugislniivc Assmiibly. I
is needless fer mo toospress my views,
ns we have been so long acquainted
with each other that thei ure familiar
to you. My duties ns ['rov'tnuinl Scc-
retiiry necessitates my presence in the
Fraser River inlley lo miiiislei' to the
wants of the people who have been so
sorely nluictetl bv the recoiii iiiitudii-
tions, and I luust tberuforu throw myself on your gciiii'uslty to excuse my
nliseitce from my liistrict until those
duties are fullllled,
V. il Ion Hospital Society.
iiiiint' I'm: (���(ixsiii.i'ATiii.v.
l-'roin '.I:,ill n.in. to 11 n.ni.
2   |i.iii. ������   -I |i.iu.
ii       7     ..    .1   ������    .,
Suinlay   front   10  a.m. to   12  m., und
from 7 |i.in. in M jt tu.
visu-txti nouns.
From  2,-ilO  p.tti,  to 8  p.m., daily,
except Moiuln.)  uud Saturday.
Bv OltliKlt.
ing .lis lance���wit i tne Bjirav nil iii.mnd
uw.iy irom mis w
I   vdin'llv'ii,1;!''   .Wl\eV!'rfii'.i,'':",,!,!�� i bim-wit.i the  winiles llnkes whipping
lowitltberilluessl   What .lid the phy-   thol|h, ,ll|imt bis |li,.|(l allil tl,��� ;v'iliu,
s.ciatis'eiy.     ., ���.        , si-roll of  tbo jaw iii-ciisiotiallv iilmo-,
-.,'it. tney said somet'.ung tibout con  I m���,\ni, the boat, Jnok fought destui--
siiuij.tiitu. hjiii :e li'.it'au ���.v of hiH-cilitat-y   ���t(lIv wjtl, t|lj3 ,.ol(1 -,-.,��� o{ tll,. 8e,,_" M
,-'oi,iliiii,i,s, uut tiny  tmil.i not tell ex- ! ,.;��� ,, t,, hill, .,M ,,���, ti.,it.tH-il the wlialo,
 ,M~i. ut   *.... 11.    'i....,,  it.      .......       . ...
ui-tlv tue cause of uei' tieiith.   Tuen. 1
i t !������ boat,   tlie li-niiu;   lunce  an 1  tlie
ill SUItl, tii.t  tll.'li' S.i.ll .-.l.'v-lllc.I l.n.lVllli
lug beeniuiu Ihey ill I n it ex clly know
what ailed her, It wns tiiei i. t'longht
of the p.'.'r.'l ring, iiiitl I ii-.ce 1 her In I'll
turn ii ti, telling her n
that tuo I'itl'f was iu so tie way eo;i-
ini'.i' I .full'.-.lour.uii u.' will; ni-i-ti-i wi.ii ber iilness. She laughed
���ml it 3 months for onlv 10 cents, ami  '" 1"'r ���""""��� l'1'-"""1 ,'���'">'. '"ul snil
r , i      i   .  i"     t.iinii     ii     ��� fi lu'.11". . ... a-., ...',.ij II lii'iii-.u no,', lint
i, soseml   yot, absolutely  l-lii-.H. all ol    , ���,^. , ,,;' , ,���.:   .���.,,.       |u;   ,,������ ,{,;
tlm following genu articles:- rim riu,  in... swu.. ,-aiuiu.l so lo.isoiv,
jTrao S To iiitrolui-e onr lieiiiitifiil 1
I 101 . page Family Jout-iiii'l wu wi
gave the ring to my broi.iui-s witu to ������ ,.h|H *.,���.���, l)f tllu v,im.g mini, seo-ued
wu.-x iiu.1 .1 iiverv -l'mliirw.iyshe.iic: < ���, ..���,r ���|,.,���|,,,l into'one. Aim I'd t if
eueilntid died shortly unyrwurd* ),: i U1��� ,���if.Wliri-r,jw and lulcors woie ex
course no ou,-ia,,,,,.,. t...-,i,,g iin.l.-iii.,'- :,.,,., wil.,lwM |)f Ulis ,.,,,,,,.���. Tin
linn,; to .lo with either ileiun-, tuun. but | .j,,.,,,,.,,. tll��� p,,,,,,^ .,��� UM ,ht.nm.s w.ie
lriiin events t.int luive tiken pl:icerei:o'it* : ���Mvi, ���.,,,, |,.,���, ������������;,,., v,j,j|���(.V(.��� *h���,o
ly I podtively lielieve th-il i i�� r, ig is a ' .,,���,, ������,���.,. ,,,���v;lH ,��� ,,���.,. lul. ,,,���
tiiiisinuii  oiuvil.    1 will ten you war,        ,.,,-  ,.    t  .,��� t,l(,   ,���������,   the sti-imga
but lirst 1 'i im.' say th.it tne two ot.iur ��� SI',.r;;u.|,. ,'���-��� ,,,;s ;  ���',.,��������� ,������., Ptrn��
dentiis oc.n.'TOd  i.-i a precisuly Bii.ul.ir     ������,,,, witl| ������ mj.r���|v .���, initlll.(mi..t���
uiniiiier io tliose I huvu iol.i yim .,.. .m , ,    A1J .��� ���,���.,, ., rill ,.������    ci,lt.B1. ,,,S(. trnn)
tney. i���o wore tliu pearl ring jrevious.  .h(! ���������,���, m JlU.;{i pimitiu.,- Ms In ice
tu their ili-eeose. neilr the "lifo spot," eaus.-d  the levin-
It certiiinly senilis a curious  coinci-1 than to spoilt blood.   The movements of
deuce,' I snil,   feeling that 1 wns ex-   .hi riei-now were morn fe-Me; he
liected to say something of a sympatho- swim niini I -mil round, bis spout; be-
uu ii'itni'o. | cumi.ig biwe-i-uvevy mnneiit; nu,i iii
" iVeii," he wont on, "tho re-.tit ttim ally, with o n* last, iliioporutu Hurry, he
told. List winter 1 metjUi-ii'-J.iii'iui.i . rofiuil over stono dead,
and wc lii'Ciiuio engagud bel'o.u thu e.i t An o.iirer���tin; lirst lieuteiiiint���now
of the se won. I won't both*r ymi wi. i Rimin'i upon the ship's horsebiouk uud
any details, bnt I do .i-.uil yuu lo know ronre I Ibruiigb Ills trumpet:
that tnei'ii A-.ii, not a el'ind over our nn i. "Li-nvo jour wiialu and come nlionr.l
liint.'ss nnlil iu ii.i unlnaxy tunuiuu,-. hor..- Lvely, my urun " pointin,,- with one
wnilo out yachting'luring lac ������., a.n .-,   hniid, an iio syolto, to the black rack of
I puiliM out of my po.-itet th. i-ii-ia;   th"  roaring,   sci-eauiilig   si-unll   close
liud g-ive it io  uer lo iveiir. u, ji 13-.1 e t   nbonrl.
for so.uu t..i;;iii;,- hut we Iin 1 .. .',���.���, ."a 11,. um ji.Sk shook his bead; for, having
liu-11 ��� ;t. wei'ii sb* en apl ti i" 1 ,r fen,, obtained his prize he was resolved not
lug in; tiie following wi.-dit sue 1 o:  1.1   to.r.in the ri-'ik of, losing it,
II r vol.. 1.    A 1110..I , 1 iter   tiie  ..... .ii.s I ���   ������ j\.y. uy." i-i'tiifii-iiu.l an old forecastle
liio.'c'd grave. Tiny iieiEiii-wiuiigud ! itiiin; tlid ye ever sec tbo liko of that
their anxiety, nnd udmiit'.i li,,,t tiiu chap's plnck? But D ivy .Tones will lie
yiupto nsiii'the case woi "W tot'ieni. | sure to swallow tiie bid  iu  his  maw,
though   he's  escaped  that of  Johnny
A moment later along came the squall,
booming, sliriekhiK and shroiiditig .lack
In l.if   was I iiiiil bis whale from Sight in the whirling
The iiian-of wur w.-is burled far from
the spot, with the etuis of her lee main
nnd foivvai'ils,  almost  flipping in   the
Fine I��k.Rollcd*aold   ttlng. Bonnti-   1,.,
notos  we add  this slight explatuition J'1' ^'^"V, C*-1,1"-'-3"41?*'- Penan.:
I'-iicl.    Hiiiitlki'i'i'h'i'f   uud   litiit    I\ev
:ll nl .1 -   II 11 ..I li.le.i In
simply to roliovo us of any  responsibility for tint seiilimetit :
At Mount Stopheii House in ll.C.
There's 11 fellow I'liilu banilsoiiio uinl
Who is also a masculine be,
Weil known nil iii'oiind by bis bark.
But, 11 sucrut, just list while 1 whisper,
He kec|is early hours every night,
j\iul to such I would fuin lie 11 sister,
If not   more - but  tbo  fellow  won't
King and Tablet. Tins grunt package
of goods sen*, free its nliovo, or we forfeit 8I0O.    A genuine oU'er.    Address:
C. II. VKTOU & CO.. P.O. Box l.i.'il.
A sud glno 11 wns ens', over the qn tt
home of Mr. A. W. Tugnrt, Windermere, on tin (ith of Julio when bis beloved daughter, Inns Lillian, nged
throe years and twenty-seven days,
was suddenly culled, by the iiiessungci'
of death, to hut- eternal home,
Rrotnnt answer and un honest opinion, -Trite to
11,' N N iV 110., wlni have Inul nearly tlfty vcurti*
exporlcnee In tlie ptltent buninett8. l-oiiiiniinlc'i-
tloitsstrictly eonllilontliil. A llnmlliiiiili of In-
lormntlon eonoernln* I'nti-itt* nntl liow ttt oti-
tntii tlit'tn mint ti-i'i'. Alio 11 entulogue ot mechan*
lctll flllfl Heiontlllit I'ftotis sent free.
I'litents ukt-n tlironitli Munn & Co. rtjcotvo
fpcclitl tiotlee In tlio St'li'iillllit Aliif-i-iinii. nttj
than aro lirottL-lit tvlUoly beinrotlio public with-
put Cfwt to the lnvontnr. Tills fiilcmiiil pft-ior.
limucil iiToitiy. olegant.1; illiuttrninii. bus br far tlio
lar-test olroulatlon of ttnv soiimtl'10 work In tho
���rorltl. I*.-* a year,   Snttipli* cnjileii nont free.
Bulidifiu Ililtlliiii. luonllily, 89,60a year, yinglo
conies,-i'i ceiitii. Btvery numtier contain* beitn-
tiftil plttte*. In color*, nnd iilintounipli* of neiv
lionaett, with plnnti. eiiiitiliiin tmliilorti to nlu,w Uio
mtest ilfisliats unit iiin-urn eonti'nttt-i.  AttilrenH
MUXN li. CO,, NlilV Voitli, 3111 InioiuWAT.
"And wtuil linp-TJUif I tii 'ii?' '. ittiiCuil,
"\'i 1   .      .*   1 i.i.   . '  '_r in us  Wi .1  us
ever.    Uuim 10 11s 011.- fi-n-n thnl inti-
iiieiit. nml is now ft"   ijtnt'e of hetilt'
seething, liissim; f utn, an i, tnrnqiiarier
of an Inni'. the wind biow 10 hard that
Iin- v.- r it wis lie d,' 1 iloivti Uut.
At In-t. when tho squall 111 i p-issod (nito leewiii'tl Ctqit iiu Blossom and his crew
wiite'li-il in vniii for the ditr'ng young
b'-ii-|i'���iiiei'. who, iu.-.e.itl of I'litlii'litug to |
the enptain, in bis toy nt securing ."o
valnabloa whale after he had thonglit
it was lost, fairly embraced the young
"I see now," said the skirtnev, "thnt
I mistook yonr character! that. a quiet
man���a mun of few words-mny havo
as much energy anil pluck ns ,-i noisy
one. nnd sometimes more. Boles was
for cutting fin,n lue wiuiie, i.rtt. yon
beb't ou, even in the face of dentil. You
deserve a reward.   Here it is."
To tlio sitlo of the young man he drew
blushing May Blossom," now happier
than words can express, nnd placed
her bund in that of bravo Xaiilucket
Ajrrleiiltiiriil 1-tolo*.
What you save bv scanting in amount
of seed yon line in the crop.
Trees should not be plnntod any deeper
tbnii they grow iu tiio nursery.
Curing for the fruit trees is tho most
neglected part of tbe farm business,
live is not considered a good grain for
pnu,try.   They liko it iib greuu food.
The funnel's in this country do not
grow enough succulent food foil stuck.
Hay is buy, but the cittiu will show
you that there tiro good uud bail qualities,
Itl'rulilli;-   livt'tl.
The Nurse���The grent event is over,
Bir. and your wife is getting on nicely.
Stru-.iisiii���Dell me qviek-1 hilf 11 but
mit meiu bardner���is it a povf
Tho Nurse-Well, to tell tho truth,
sir, it's twins���a boy and u girl.
Htraiiilski���Vot a" narrow usgapel I
lose 011 von und viu on de udder. I al-
vays vns luggy in bets���Judge.
initio nf Life.  ���
Vv'e nro apt to mistake onr vocation,
suys Hannah Moore, by looking one of
tlie wny for occasions to exercise great
and rare virtues, und liy stepping over
the ordinary ones which lie directly iti
tlie road before us. When we rend wo
fancy wu could be martyrs, ami wbe 1
wo come to nets we cannot boar a provoking word.
Tlie Trial of striinjlli.
It is trill that proves one thing weak
and another strong. A house bnilt
on the sand is. in fair weather, just in
good us if 1'uilileil on 11 rock. A cob-
wiiii is as good as tbo mightiest cable
when there is no strain upon it.��� H. W.
A Flu He Sli'i'li) Girl.
Jnck���What 11m you going to marry Miss
Hyfly for?
Charley���Ijeenuso I think *he ponneue*
every requisite to make a mm happy.
Jnck���Uut she can't eo.,k, *be can't new,
fibe dot-Bll'l	
Clntrley ' ntcrrnpting)���Nevir mind.
Slut kutiws liuiv to loll 11 eig l-fi.u, unit mix
the fliie.it cot'ktaii in thu laud, and 1.11 1 ou
all about all lliu ��picj novi 1* 01 the t.ay.
Servant��� Vh, mur, Mr*. June* is in.
What's yer iiiiuie, sorrT VI*.tor���1 roi.
VaudiTs'ilinki'iiht'iiiier. S-rvilttt ��� Uth I
Sui'ii ye'd beltergo lotght in and taku it.
wid ye.���.In Ige.
llntli, r���.wall, 1. stop pounding your lit-
lie brother I What iiu you ine-in? llubel���
Well, 1 told bim we'd better piav we was
only engaged, hut he wanted to play wo
wa* liiarrii'd.���p'riuk Le*lte**.
I turned tli" ring overall lover, n-yin : his ship. 118 Boles nil the'Otlli'l's hnd
tiisiiive tin-riilille io my niiii.I'l'iilif.u'- done, ll id retiiuud to cut und kept on
tion,   Did it t'oiitiii.t s.niie tny.si'i'.ii'is   alter the wluile,
power 01 occii.t tiiu'ti inilttniii'ii to 11.1: j    With pule cheeks and streaming eyes
Wns such n thing possible-" j Mny Blossom wm among the watchers.
1 took un a magnifying ^lass nnd ox- ! A mist Inj- npon tb" ocean iu the uiree-
iiniified 1 ie si-tll-ig "1 ������ t'lyi un [ tli 1 so I j linn where her lover wns Inst seen, and
it-It, ii.-m.'i n't ii'i.,1 1 ft'ir. a ..I   "liny jus tbe .Meteor  kept on Jack's broken
|ii   .   1 te I ut my l.-igi r. ..   ." ��� .11   steorillg oar and tho red woolen  cap
, ;i* .1 . I',.:, ii spot, ..!> ,.. . iii.i I,, ii [ be hnd worn were discovered nud pick'
t.f .1 pin Wiiiit.l iiiaitc     i i' 11 i.i.tt, j ed up.
to 1.  wtlli   tny gins*, iiml foil d ii   to       "Tills tells tho story," snid the captain
be i s-'ot of m nelliiu.i li :u  1 ik,      1 ex- ! sadly.
ui.iirt 1 i, ,��� riu,,' iii'if,'. I.isuly, an I Html, j    Poor May gi:ve n dcspniriivj cry, bnt
ly I de led n liny not" in I  fi hn.ul of   jnst then a shout  was henrd eivr'n;
', i" rinr.     i  io lo,'.'i"l 11 1 tl .1 i-l-io a ul ' ffoin the mist, and tl'.e girl, with flush-
, ii.-. 11.1, 1* 1 thnt l,y 1 u-.���.-..i..��� t.ie pp..ri   i'i? ryes, nvc'ied um-'tock uud reared her
miller...et;- 1,.nl, 11 ir;- mu til nr 1;. of | head like a young cult.
flu.   wns I'ti.ilted wbifti, 0 1 sip st    e .t      "Thnt was .Tacit I" she said,
aiitilysi-, i'l'i.ivt'il to iio a poison ui 11 vmy ���    And  i', ���  was  ::.-, 1'..   iVs   tbo  chip
i'i'.- rfiil ., iiiire w u is��  hjV'U-j uo.ii o-   forged on tbe wind partly blew aside I
tiilit 1 is ;-,:-    o.'.'ti (<i iin- chemists ufutir ! tbo misty ctr.-tnin, Bhnw.iil*f tlm galltnt |
Uuy.    T H1 :-titg win Bviue,ui\ veil  o I, I fellow   st.i.nlin,'   imrebeii.e.l   in   the
a,.d  pro ly  wm  um :,.'  I'liir'uig me ' sfern sheets of hi i boat.    By lashing ,
lnirgi.1 iii'i'ioti.     1.1 is weil-xiiow.i f'uit   fun latter seonraly 611 the lee side of tlte |
ill'initi I   li' li'iglniiiog   of  , 1.' .'".iiu.-y 1 whale lo tiie bnrlied   irons sticking  in
tiiose  liiigi  were  wo-.-n uy that ecu!-   the body of thu monster, he hadpreven
li'ntt'l   I'niii'y   cn]   thWr   n.i.'.i I ed the crijt't  from  Bwauiping in  *
ii,r_ia\.iia0_,....r iii,.... .o.c.iL mi..' si-uall.   llfTwi-'t soon picked tip, ���
Tlm I'miNler uinl tno I'lifinlst.
"I want Boine couset'i'iitt-d lye," he slowly announced n* he entered the clieinliti'*
"Von mean concentrated lyeV" snttgest-
ed the proprietor, a* he auppreuHed 11
"Well, maybe I do. It doe* imtnieg
any difference. It'* what I citiuphor, any
way.    What does it a.ilpuur?"
"A shilling a cm."
"Then \ou can .rive me a can,"
"1 never uiiinniniili who tiionght bitn*
lelf so witty as you do," "aid the chemist
iu ti gingerly minuter, feeling culled upon
to do 11 little punning bliiiNeif.
"Well, that's not bud. either," lauglie 1
the customer, witn 11 rrrupiitioti* giiinue.
"I iiiiiliioiiin novice ill the lin-ilii'ss, Ihou^ll
I've stiibi a gotiil many pun* thut othet-
jitinsters got tlie ri-i'iitt of, 1 don't cure a
fopporna tar i.�� I'm t'linoeriied. l'erlinps.I
���buuldn't myrrh-myrrh. We have bud u
pie.,mutt time, una Isttnil curriiwny���"
It wu* loo iniioii tut the cueiuiat aud he
He who can wait will win. Stiok-to-lt
ia the conqueror,
A great deal of water can be had from a
Hiniii pipe, if lhe bucket iealvray* there tn
eutuli it.
Hard work is the grand secret of sue-
ci'sit. Nothing but rag* and poreity can
come of Idleiie**,
Alloi'tintivii is nol always improvement,**
tb" pigeon niiii when she got out of tho net
and into lhe jile.
Elbow grease I* the only stuff to make
gold witb, Shirt sleeve* lolled up lead on
to tbo b"st broadcloth.
In Rotting rich, the mora haste the less
speed. II: sin trip* up its own heel*. Hasty
climber* have sudden fall*.
A (jond artiole, fu.l weight, and a fair
prlee, bring* customers to tlie shop, but
people tin not reouminriid the jdiice where
they nre cheated.    Ubeate* never ibrlve.  j^
Until the inilleniiiin come* wo shall all ���
havo a deal to put np with, und bad better
bear our nresent bnrilens cheerfully than
to nut belter skelter where we  may find
thing* a dt"il worse.
Don't give np n small hn*lnem nnlil you
���en that a larger one will pay you belter. $'
Even cm ni ba nro bread. I'i ttiesf. hum
times ho who can 8it on a stone und feed
biniHflf hud butter not move,
Look most to yonr spending.    No omt-
tpr what comes in, if morn goes  ont. you
���CJtteim-cc. -Sin-i?-?.
Jlctn! Report.
Wo are indobtel to tbo Engineering I
and JMininB Journal of Now York for IIox. J, A. Louoiiekd, Q,C.
will always bo poor.    Tho art is not in   the following quotations :
making money, lint in keeping it.    Little
expenses, like mice in a ti'irn,  where there
ore inuny, soon nitiko great waste,���Rum's
<(. S. MrC.'i'Ti'it.
f<-.ij-i:-��*��>,��l  A  McCarter,
la.i'i'isters, Atliof'.'i'i'.t. Solicitors, Notaries
Etc.', Etc.
E'"'in Bin'ib's niliiiin'sti'ife-s linvt
if'vi'titoi'ied bis personal property nt
INI is. (."org" VV. Chillis will innko ber
future lii'.ne in Wiisliinglon. She hns
l'lii'i'lii'sid ti lot on K str-et next t't tli"
I iiiidsnuie eoloiliiil residence ot Senator
Endl C. Hammer, who died the other
d-iy-in ronton, iviii Jintiish ui i-ul in tie t
c'ty for thirty-toiii'yenr. and for his iiing
S'-rvice id t e i use wns kiiigi,ted by thu
kinc or llentiiurk.
Tin' remains of Edwin Fnrri-st, th��
tr.iu-, d an, will sunn be reliiovi'd fl-otn the
olti vault lu Kt. Paul's cliurithwirii, Pll'ltl-
('I'lphiii, where thev nine re-t, to tliu Fur-    *   , , ���       . .,,,-., ,,������-,     ,     ,,    ,,
reMl,���.,.e���tllol,�����.b���rg. LetUl '"  sli'"""   ::"' ' ,"' ,,f   ;l!> """'���'
The lord ni*.y.*r \n j- eoily person, otlier
t'tjtn r.|i.< qnei'ii nnd i'on-*tul'i", who knows
Hit- i it Mvi-iH in tne to - i-r oi-' J.,01,(ion. The
J-UhHWol'd    IH   Hfllt   lo   tllO    M'lllSOU    ilOllBO
qn itelly, ml.ii-d by hue Hmjusty.
ltus-i Jlouhetir li ik luul hie rj!l*.n of the
Lex on or Houwi.' .-.mo iotio. -.lie liu* now
In hi i-.iisi-il to the Mink of ofiiuer. Mnny
v I'lii.-n lii.vc *...�� ribl.oj, but she-in mid
to he the only one to reach tho higher
New Yoiik. Juno 20, 1S9J-.
Silver.   Owing to rone wed rumors of.
the imposition of n 5 p.c. duty "i, !(,AU,^if'"" fo1' "''^ "r ^utm.\    ,
'ill I.idinii imports, lurludiilg sib��� '*"   '  '
ver, hut   excepting  of  gold nnd JjEPHSOjU nml  Wi! f-.Fl.MJ
cotton. Ihe silver market is  niruiii }' Iiei's Associi.'D,fj.R. A 1M..S. for li n
i r    i     v      i-    ,   ,., I'tiMIMflX  ..\XIi   rruvixciw,  l.\\li
ilumoralised.    New 1 ork, (M cotits .Sl.IIVEYOI.l-, Civil Kngi.ie.irs, Unu.Kl.ts-
Londoii 20Jtl. mon, Valuators, etc  Oilgiiry-iinl NowlVest-
iiiiiiKtoi'.   CoiTOspoiiilonce solicited
Copper.   Maiiiifiictui'Ci'.-t are si ill oom- K-',-J--!','!��"->f, U.h.��.,l'.L..S. of 11.0. -.tOnt.
i ��� ���        t        ii,, i j. ������ ,, ,        CbU.n.uiv, Alba,
plaining about luck  of orders to ' A. 0. WllEBt.Ell, DJj.fi, k I'.L.S. ofil.ti
enable thorn t.o work full time, nml i        .   'N,:'v U''*S'MI'-N's:*'ian Ac.
the pros) Is  for n cliimge for 'he
bet tar iu this direction nre apparently not of it viry promising
nature.   CMC's. I no \0t, Od.
metals, tho week sliowing attolher
decline. Spanish, ��!) (is lid., and
English, ��9 lis. 0,1.
Thnt Mitt whioh is worth having fa
irnt'tli plrifiUn-f.
Are you jitter niorpy in npi-1(�� culM-irc?
FI nt quit-.- a pro, onion of ginju uuny mil
r oris
A or']" i rnteetioii in fr.'V ^mwiuu1 often
;-(l"S,-|  iJi'lit  W'.lV,       j\l\    lllr��tti.H'l'     is-    ml.j of
tin nj---ir 1 ft- ftnudiiitf ne.ir ihe It.irii, tit
o'U'd.'.-oi u i-tr*.-- i,oi, p,]y o iijiiiiiit'e.
'lofhidif uuruifil bv th in-min'" wns laid*
<d wild -mil, iIjh otii.-i Hiu ��� nu jvu.
i'loh-i- in,' Liudu from J-Jii'-I*..��� An E:ij��*
li h Lr.-nh-��� r, wli-**-.-- en mint nnd j,'u<w-
li irv iiu-hrH Wire i. ing t- npppil or i-uds
i'f i f iiir-i-*-, nim who iviij* .. . im) 'o j,'-.-1
eiiH.-'ji tn'iUtij, kept tut* bj\U oii* by i io ver-
iu��� ii.i? i.ii-i.e wiih wi.it wormed, twi-*t-
.-.. auu. l an ...tin i4i nil iln'ci-ii....*���-.���Aiuel'i-1
luu (i..i'...ui tf.
The Hunt hi'h pt��teH )!uiy hnvn a mono-
]>oly on pi o.i i ri in p eanuuiinie, bur i ol on
i itt (fulVu "'^'ii-'i.ill;'. A" ��*-m n*t:ii hiivh,
i.n* \x""�� .'uvilpiv in jo t.-t.,.n'-* iiin-r
��iaeH I'e-i.irH |joiii��i,'iii , There wil. he u
line when i-lir-*tniitn and wiiluurs. and
j-oHsiiyy htitieiiiiH-H a nf hiu!:orjns, uro
<j ol. eoii.iiiouly piaiite.t iu oi'-JiUtrdd an i
ti.i.Li-j rt.-.U l ri JCi\L��3'
S"iiif men iir ��� eui iiid. i.-s liMcatiaH lh��v
fiin'i help if, uud Kiinu' l-i-eaiisi- t.i,o pu, pjo
i..nt ii-'lii ii.���Alt. nta t'oiisniuti- ii. *
Ij, y\ ,.(i._I Isfeiu-.l in a niov iff uriepr'i
t.n j i rr - - i ii . L'p trrt'te���LaWyel'H Lii-itf-
we.i���-��� nj ; a?.0 oi-t1. Si i. h" -'as' yoin^
11 rain   .��   i ut.~-].uffalu Ctuuier,
Polln. Ti r !;'���>*���Well, what in yonr
rani-'.' P- j ��� ""d V- ambT-r--Ain't trot
j ou . J . t . rol oi" N.�� ','. "Nn 2TM "Yes,
]'in ii v i iii'sn-iniiil buaoami."��� Indian-
itpiiiij*. Jonrn I.
lliisbiiti'i-���Tlify nay of mnrrfwl people
Ihrt tney   ie !>ut one.    Whh'h one, I wuii*
l -I?     \\ If ��� I lie vt-iii   it, (it ei l|'��".      Voll
niv.tlie wiuinr, ymi Know, euiiHKpienily I
liiu-i b��. lh��i won.���Biwtim Traiisin r,.
'loiuiuy AlVll h the Case. ��� "f don't fffl
w!'aiV the lie of un�� hiding vne-inatwi
ii.-.i .'' 'ii 1 To'iru'.*, hurt ii-,' hm a.m re-
]:.vi ntly for liio doe or. "The fiuuiau
body eh iIil'hm ev��ry ttiven yearn, T- niniy."
replied iiin inolher. **Voi ar�� 11 yearn
old now, y. it were in .vonr fourth voir
when you were vueeiuated fir��t-, and it li.is
luu ont." '"Uei, I vviw baptized when 1
whh a baby. Han that run out, too?"���
Chicago Tribune.
Application   for   CortlflcatJ of  1m-
T.iIf0 lioticotliilt I. A. L. Hi)fgiz, Vwc
Miner's fionifinuto No. -'ool7,,iiiToii,l,
(JC days from (Jiitp herpof, to ripply to
tin.' Gold Commissioner for u c^rtifioat.g
of improvementfi for the purposo of
obtninin^ n crown grant of above
And further take uotiifp tbnt adverse
ei itiiiH must bo sont to the Alining Recorder and notion commenced before
tin: iss tance of sitcb certilicate of im-
provomr nts.
Daie/tliis first day of June, V'V-l.
A. L. Hooo.
'S-v -,?
Pon't give a uoo-.l liordu a Bccond-class
ii kind tn the coltn and you will havo
gentle hornin.
A mariiie wlmft is to be erected over the
grave of Dictator.
Paria killed tail year 11,802 old ltoraes
fo  reanl > and noiip-*,
StAiidard- red trotters that can't trot are
poor property for any breeder to stock up
Care and feed nre ju t j^s important fac-
toi> i n j-f<i gree in raising trotting stuck at
�� profit,
t- - -��� -rc*" - j-**. r-* i
I   i xJ   i   lv>_   i
Tn Ibe Sitpi-emo Court of "i-i:inli Cnliinibiit:
In Hi* ntntlornf Arrlil'-j 11 Mi'Mi.r,!,,,', eensci
null iu the ....'itter nf 'he'illi i.il jWli.'i.iistrn
lor* Act, il.iloil tlio PI lei'iitli ilay of M.-iv. A
II. Sllliiipon renili'i/irthoiirliilavitsot'Aftliu:
l'.'.'rii'k Ciuiiiiiins mnl flerbcrl t.'(-or;-n l.tte
It Is oriloroi] Hint Ai-'litu-H-itrii-h C'u iiinlii*
''"llie?,.I Vibiiiiiistiviloi- t> r lho Uininty ( onn
llis'rii't ot' Kotttoniiy, shnll be Aibuiuisti'iit'ii
of nil ami siti'.-llir the rr Is, 1'hntteli nut!
i-i-Pflirsnf Ai'i'ltilinl.l Mi-Murtlo ilecei.sal inn'
that this nnlpr l��' pnlilislipillnilio 'i>n, u..-
Elt.t neivsp.'ipi'i' tin- the porloil of sixty liny*
(f'ijfiioil)   Wm, WARD Sl'.'.NKS,
Local .bid r'- ol'Siipron.o C'ourl
Tlie I'fo'litoi's ui' Airbill.,11 JfcJIni-ilo, 'nit
:il'(!,,lil"ii. in the DUtrictof Kmnaimy,miner
I'ei'i'ii-i'il, aro lepiiri'.l within .-ixt;- tiny
front this ib t". tn semi tue piirticil rs iiflltei
eliiinis. After theoxpii'iiiinii nf the snitl sixty
,1,'iys 1_ sli.,11 pi'otjeoti wi:ii tlm iii-ii'ih.ui.,111,
.lie si,iii osf.'tto.
I!���tt'il at li'irl.l. in the District of Kootc
nny, this -.'.-nl .May, I8IH.
Otiiii..! Aibniiiistr.-.lur.
,.y��    W-*.
'31'C'a ri'.iy   A    CJi; :���>���->>-.
nm-risters, Atlvoei.tos, Noturies, &c. 'Sollci-
tnrs lur:
Tlie llll|l','i..l 11,'Ulll of r��IWl(l,-l.
The I'.iiuiil.'i I'fi'iii.'iiii'iit |,oi,n A Srvino*Co
ilielurWilroloiiii & Soi-i.ritie*l orpornlloii
I ho .lliisftoy-Hiii'l'is I o. (I.tflj.etc.,etc.
Uiheos   atupheti Aveni.e, Ci.ig,.iy.
I'. SiuCumii-, (,i.c.
HoitAdH IfAltVHV, Ii..',.  I,.I,,I).
Assoc. .Mii.-n. Lvs-r. C.E.
'ii :<th?;i��  E"v��t*vjeI':r,
jO-iiiitAXB, .Vi.iia.   Ft. Si-eki.e, B.C,
ining I Smelting
CO, (Limited)
A.   LElMfllED,
l(!i-.iilii,'.!eiifi,.'.v,':l,'iiii| Mefiill.)
MI"VIK��     I'l'tiiliitiriia-'J'K.
Heuil Office, QuHliHc;  Brunch  Offices
Siii*itiiit<>oi.i*i it IT Place d'Artnes
Hill. jriiN'TitM.M,.
iaiiiiisl S. Fowler, E.B.,
MEM.  AM.  I.VH. .11.1-:.
ZllSSSUr, muiSETK.
ri-t'l't't'iii's repor'etl ttnon.    Kstiinntcs inul
plans I'm-,-ul iiioti.lhii'jtiei.l plants,
?. 0. box 1,    -    Golden, B.C.
li.su,,' Ollices .t: Ol'i'iiileal  Lnlioriitoiy.
(l-'.-r.-il.li.lieii in ll.C. in Iggp.)
Vnnrcavcr,      -       I .<'.
Mr. ili.rvoy ivill Iio Itiiek ''ruin EnKliiuil njiil
really for tvorkini Juno 1st.
Gun;; C/ iontreal.
Interest nt Current rules.
W. II. GRAVELEY, Manaoeh.
MANOil DiliriIRO,
Jivery & Feed ^tables.
Sa-ildlo Horses for Hire
Gold, Silver I Lead Ores.
For full particulars apply to
��. '.
'.  .���i'.-'....i.iil.vsjj_-')
i i \J   I   ll ��.ji> U, .
Iiillie I'liiin'-Cii'irtiil' i'-.tiite'i.'iy It'.liii'ti ii
l.o Knit Ci'is-i.i;: .' I lie Ci I.mil ii River i ii
iin1 iii.'illi'i- ol' th" -fooil* uf l.'n'ii'i't Tl',,ruin,n
'ibe (liinn-l-il stiectss  of brpfdlng tliu  dncciiHCil, mnl in  tlio  iiiiittnrof liio OHlt'iii
Iriilti-rilfpeiiiis ii|  ihe flimimlul prm*  Aihiiluisti'-itin's Act, ilntotl the Klftooutli il.t;
pi'i'ityoi tlieit'iiltiii-fitpiut. *        nfMi.y, iHiili upon ronilln-f UionlHiMvit o
They tire iiorkin.-hanl'iviriist tlieilofk- | <:,""''*r''('"'"'"
iitK nt h,OS's' tails in  Lotiibni,  aiitl arc     It.l-toriloroilthat Arllnii-Patrick Cinnniins
Ofllci.il Aibiiinistriitni- tin-lho t'nnntv I onr
District of I'ti'ih'ii.'iv, ,-ii.ll 1 o Ail.iiiiii iir.'iii.
uf ill anil -iii'-iil.>i' ih" (.'nulls, chattels .'uii
ct'oill < nf Ii'ihet 'I'h ii'iiniiry iIiti','i-i',|, luu
liiiiuj; iilii'iiil'Ts lijht nml ii',t.
Worii-onl billiard ball* are usually ont
thut thisonicr liennlillslinil iu the thu....
np |ht0 ,���������, i Kiia noivspnpoi- fnr the perlotl of sixty tlnys
Four tb iwiiiiil Sioux Iiulinns aro said to ! (8i��u0il)   W,tt. WARD SI'IXKS,
be ri'-|uliii- clinreli utteuuiint*. I iludiro.
Tlni'i'tiiv iiiiiiii.it four lime* as many 	
Am tit'iiiis liviiiK iii Kin-land iu there are        , ,. . ,. ,      ,,.,     ,        ,
j��� i,'. .,.,.��� 1 be croiliiors ol Itoliorl I noi'nlii.ry, Into o
, '    ,���   ,     ,     ,,���.,,       h'-'bitlcriiioi-n, in llie I-'strict of l-'ootoiniy,
Ihuliiu-iof PiirtUtfiil I'litibl sell the jew-   ft���.,iior, t'ocMisotl, nro i i I, ivllhln .-kit
el�� i "��� i-iuii n Im ^i .illU.UUU in a ouao of ' ,-,,ys ;���,., |,if ,!���(,., to souil pifrtJculiii's ii'
ll I'o ni I", ii ' iiilsirin'.-iiiti'. Ihoil- rlitl ns.   I '���������til tlii-evpiri'iioii tit''lin si.i.
Si nil ni* ut i nu liilitlltttple are   forbid-   sixty tl.'ivs I sin ll praccoil with the iiislril.il
den niiii . r. u.u'iiiini* thi-iiiiM, inusle ball*   lion of tlio-tnlil ojl-ilo. ' 	
���,���u    i   i'   I. i.inleHs i    IJwtm 1 (it Ih iiiiIi, in tho District ol Koote
ailtl s... l. .i  . li....i. in ,te-. ,.    ...   ,  ,,        ,^,,,
,.-,.,            , ,       in, v, Ins ISIi-il Jill}', lolH,
b'liii.i'. U..-H., inriiislii'S a story of a ,     ���                    ,    . ���   ,-,--,.
con ii.ui h -h  i'*> ti  liviitii  fur siiiiiu limu I                    *'��� i- --' MiMIiX'-'i
wan ii bii't'i wire lur, it^h bci' hwirt. i                              Olliciltl Ailiniiiislralnr.
iVhoIl-Halt- 'J��i! E-:��*fni!
wattle, Shcop ��nd
Ilorso Dealers.
GOLDisN.  ti. C
J j SMAH '" & CO.
UndertaUers and
.  ���  .  fimbalmerfi,
C'tljtfiry     -     ���     Allm.
TI-:  B'lllAl'tl   ll'tilBUS   I'l.-tl.Ml'l-I.V
.III'IiMiiiH   Tn.
i��aO*��i'nn r-AixT s��;<*5>.
If you u.-.'i' j ��� house I'niiilcil. I'ltporet
it- i -'.iis'iiiiiini;'. tti-.-iiiv kiuil nt ti.-i'-u I'.'.h	
vt-'le lo J. II.  M" I."'.'.I'll. OAUIAIIV, till
M-l'iur PaIiii "tliup In '''' I'-wt. for "fnoi
���viirk ..ml prices ilint i.re I'iitht.
-*������*?������>���' ""> I" iii ii'iiiirt-ltl-.I-liin receipt
rHfin .1" "��. ���,-., ���.. stamp, ii receipt'ti.r (
linplo VEflETAHI.R RAI.M tlu.t will re
novo I'll". I'l'i'.-lilcs. I'lmrli-s. Illotebe*.
tiliieklioiiil*. o*o., leaviinr llie skin soft,
deer ami homitlfnl. Aililres* A. I). STEM
"EI., (ill Ann St., Now York.
Down With High Prices Por
Electric Bolts.
11.55, $2.05, *;..701 former prices $5, 97,
j'iii. Quulty remains tho��iame���Iii tlit*
fereiit Htyle-ij dry buttery nml noid belts
���mild or Btronj; e.ttrrout. L-ss tluin null
tin- jirieo of nny other company und more
homo testimonials than oil the rest together. Full list free. Mention tins
impcr. W. T. BAE3 u CO. Wit dsor, UuU
,.��� Msi.-f'j. .1'.". _-ic.--.iwsijij.
H. Connacher, Proprietor.
Newly refitted and furnished. Strictly FIRST
CLASS in every respect. Sample Rooms for
Commercial men. Fire-proof safe for convenience
of guests. Headquarters for mining men nml
miners. Convenienr to Station inul Steiimbont
Landing. Direct Importer nml wholesale and
retail dealer in AVii.es. Liquors, and Cigars.
Special attention given to orders from ur the
Columbia River.
GOLDEN,        -       B.C.
Job    Depart mer)t
_:o:_. of -:o:���
VV. ALEXANDER lias removed to Calgary, nml will be pleased to execute all
orders sent to liim there. Work left with
C. A. Warren, Golden, and 11. W. Patmore,
Donald, will be promptly forwarded.
Remember tlie address.
W. Alexander, Calgary. Awarded
Highest Honors���World's Fair.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Fr��
Horn Ammonia, Alum ot any other adulterant
less   it.   affords    nn   oppo'rtiu'.ity   for      Peaches, apricots nnd cherries havo |
complaint,   which,   us   n    mntior  of made their iippeawnce here and hay
course, would  le eagerly grasped by  nlso disappeared very rapidly,
Wo do not Iniiii ourselves responsible for the
opinions oxpimiod by our corrcsiioiiilouts,
The CliltiUHo Qliustlou.
Editor Gfii.lit'N Eua :
Sut. ���As I um informed thnt reports
nro being sproud tbnt I tun in favour
of admitting Chiltoseiind Japanese free
to the Province, I ask the favour of
emphatically denying such n charge
I am of opinion tbnt a tux should
Iio imposed upon the entry of Chinese
and Japanese to the Province. The
present tax seems to meet thoensons
statistics shew that tbe Chinese popn-
Intion is   tlenreiisiiur   ruther   than in-
ci-easing. The Cliinese population cun
therefore Iio regulated, as to numbers,
by taxation.
I would  ask   my constituents to receive with  great  caution any reports
which may bo circulated as to what I
may or may not have said in the past.
Yours faithfully
Jambs Bakisu.
' tlrlcveil Without u Cuti-tc.
Editor Golden Eua :
Sin,���At our annual school meeting
held here on June IlOth, comnliiinl
was made by one of onr much respected citizens in regard to evangelical
ami religious teaching, which bis imagination led him to believe had Leon
taught by the teacher iu this school,
contrary to tbo school net and statute.1
of B.C., and seemed to bo iu deep
water in consequence of the same.
Ho further complained that the
lonelier bad been guilty of touching
Snhbath School nnd distributing presents in connection therewith, which
he claimed created disturbances among
the pupils in I be public school. He
thought the Board of Trustees ought
not to employ a teacher who would
engage in such work. Pelt sorry lie-
cause there was not a. clause in tlie
school statutes prohibit ing public
school teachers engaging in missionary
work, ns bo was so strongly opposed
to il himself, etc.
Now in order to soothe his evidently
agitated feelings nud cioso lhe claptraps of 11 few others who are apparently staggering under tbo same imaginary burden and whose minds seemingly
havo wandered into the sume rilt, I
beg leave to snv that during the term
which I have been elected as Trustee,
nothing of n religious evangelistic or
sectarian nature hns bcon taught in
the school, contrary In lhe school
statutes, by the teacher in question,
I also wish lo say, by way of explanation, thnt the .school janitor,
another much esteemed citizen iu tlie
person of Peter Sebiistion, Esq., was
dismissed by the Trustees for reasons
best known to themselves, bin not so
well understood by Peter, who wns
nnder the impression that his dismissal
wns owing to religious views held by
the teacher, nnd made the remark in
one of his well known and popular
open air Bildrcsscs, that thero was too
much religious teaching in the school.
Now from this source comes the existing fissile ns regards evangelistic
teaching in the school, etc.    Nevcrtbo
nny   likii-mititled   person ���hence   tho
I ftirthot-more fool it my duty ami I
think I 11111 voicing tlie opinion of lhe
majority of iho people when I say
'hut tlio term for whicli Miss
Lticus has been engaged as our ten ell or,
has been one of progress. That there
has been n mai'Ueil improvement nud
ndvnyceiiient in tbo pupils under her
charge is evident to all. Her aptness
to touch, coupled with her high moral
standing and worth of character, 011-
denroil her to her pupils and qualified
her for the position which she so
faithfully ami Ably filled.
- K.P.W.
The Sim Tax Co. shoivol here last
SiituriTiy to 11 vory respectable house,
considering tlie short not ice of ouo day
for its appearance. The audience appreciated '.he program to its full extent,
every performer being recalled and in
nil oases responding to the cull. Mr.
Sim Fax was highly Satisfied with tlie
Lust Sunday to our sorrow, Mr, W.
Alexander our esteemed jeweller inul
watchmaker left this town for Calgary and for a larger field in his line
of business. To suy that wt are
sorry to looso him is expressing it
very light, for lie was a whole-souled
goodfelloiv, good neighbour and in lhe
run of everything thut would help
Ilotinlil and its citizens, either in
pleasure, business or church, and in
fnct in everything that would benefit
Donald. We hope that he will have
good luck and meet with prosperity in
his new place of residence. Calgary's
gain is our loss. Mr. Alexander has
appointed Mr. It. AV. Patmore, our
genial postmaster, his agent hereto
receive any kind of work or repairing
of watches and jowellry, which will be
forwarded to Calgary and returned in
short, order.
Tbo political pot is boiling pretty
well here, both cnndidiites made
speeches hero hist Monday, to, we lielieve all of tins voters in town. Mr.
Thus. Forrest was elected chairman of
the meeting uinl hu introduced first
tlie Government candidate. Col. the
Hon Jas. Baker, who outlined his
past work and the future policy of the
Government for this part of his liistrict. Tlio bravo Col. was listened to
with several "hear hears" by the
audience. Next in older the Opposition candidate, Mr, Scliou, was introduced, who answered tho Colonel's
speech nnd arraigned tlie Government
party on several counts. Mr. Scliou's
remarks were applauded lo the echo.
Mr. Subou's party promised reform.
-Alter tho Colonel had answered Mr.
Sc.hoii's remarks the meeting broke up
in good order alter a vote of thanks lo
the chairmen. It is hard to predict
who will get tbo majority of votes, as
botli candidates seem to find favor
with tlio constituents of this town.
There is a rumor Hying about of the
speedy matrimonial nlllnnce of our
gallant knight of the break wheel, Mr.
Chas. 1) nnd Miss S , if it
should bo consummated we wish them
nil joy and felicity and shall try to
collect any amount of tin cans for
their fin 11 re reception.
Tho celebration of Dominion Day
pi.ssinl olf very quiet. A party of
horsemen went out to the lako for a
swim ami took Mr. Sutherland the
photographer, who is hero at present,
witli tbem, also n good supply of bait
in bottles for the leeches who infest
Ihe bike. By their ap|ienranco in
town in tho evening tbe bait
seemed to havo affocieil the fishermen
more than the leeches.'
Several young men from Golden and
vicinity visited us Dominion Day nnd
seem to have hud aprctty good time
all round, "But oh what 11 difference in
the morning."
I.'iiseluill ami Football,
Dominion Day pas-el iff very pleasantly here. At first it was expected
that thu tiny would be rather slow as
there was nothin,'; on the boards, On
Monday morning however, notices
were posted all over lown slating that
a bast-hall mutch would take place lit
2 o'clock on the football grounds. Of
course considerable interest was taken
in tho game inul tit the appointed hour
a large crowd had assiinbled on tho
ground. A liberal supply of liquid
refreshment was on bund, which no
doubt accounted for tho extremely
friendly feelings whicli existed between
tho players throughout tbo entire
guino. Two tennis were soon chosen
and captained respectively by Messrs.
Shaw iiii.l Wnilell. ' Mr, D. P. Kimpton. nn old hand at the garao, was
iiiiniiiiiiously chosen Umpire nud proved himself the right iitun in the right
place. His decisions weie given without hesitancy and in no instance did
lie allow any of the players to contradict hlm, in this muni,or he gave
satisfaction all round. Piny was
started shortly after 2 o'clock with
WiuliU's nine ill the field. Tbe game
was fast and exciting till through,
although lots of chances were missed
by both teams. During the first part
of the gitine the play was slightly iu
favor ot W11 bill's nine. At the end of
the second innings ihey we.o four runs
in tho lead. In the third however
Shaw's boys ran round tho buses iu
great style, pilim: up eight runs before
the regulation three were p-.it out.
Wudell's toum thou added live to their
score whicli still gave them a. lead of
one. At the end of the fourth innings
iho score stood even.- In tho fifth
Shaw's nine ditl sonic heavy hitting
nnd added eight runs to their score,
while Wiuieli'ii nine, owing 10 the fine
pitching of Healey, only scored one.
The game was thou called, as tbe ball
wus not in 11 lit condition to proceed
with tbe game. Although the runs
earned makes the game look more liko
cricket than baseball, still tho boys
are confident that next timo they will
do better. During the court-0 of the
game tlie ball was three times sent
into the river, but wnsgot out without
lunch difficulty.   The following is the
Navigation Pa  *
& TramWav v"
& TramWay
Shaw 1 b             -1
MllCpllOI'SOll C f
Henley p             4
Nicholson ss
Liifletir c           il
Wart-ill c
J. Hamilton ss  1
Collins p
Brown 3 h          2
J. lino i! b
W. Hamilton cf ii
Holden 1 b
McNeill a b        1
Murphy 1 f
M. Dai 11111 d 1 f   ii
Keir r f
D. Hue r f           i)
Brock 2 b
In 11111
1   2  :
���4   5
Slmw -    il   8   ��
2   8-Total 24.
Wadcll -   4   (i   0
1   I-Total 17.
In Ibe evening a football mutch was
arranged, Tbo team which visited
Donald were matched tiguinst all
colliers. Only eight of this team wore
on the field and against these a team
of ten men was picked. D. P. Kimpton, having done so well in tho baseball game, wus chosen referee. After
half an bom's piny, in which the
teniii of eight men scored three goals
to their opponent's nil the latter
then thought ihey had hud enough
and left the field This brought the
day's sport to a close, llllll the boys
dispersed feeling very woll satisfied
with them selves and their surroundings
Ho goes forth with good spirits,
To angle his wish ;
Ho come* buck heavily loaded,
But not with tish.
Steamers will leavo
Every Tuesday at 7 a.m.
Passenger Rates about 5c. per mile.  Heals 50c.
Freight Incites.
To Canal Flat A. $1.75; B. 1.60; C. 1.40; D. 1.20.
To Fort Steele A. 3.00; li 2.50; G. 2.00; D. 1.50.
Bato A. to include Class 1 nnd 2 of Canadian Freight Classification
"    B.               "             it and 4              "            ���' ���-���
"    C. " 5 and (5 " " "
"    D. " 7 and 8 " "   - "
Shipments of 10,000 lbs., of mixed g-oixls to be entitled to car loud rates. Freight will be delivered as far
south as navigation \\U\ permit and will be charged for
according to distance transported.
Express Rate to Fort Steele 5cts. per lb.
The Company's liability on express parcels being limited to $2 per lb
1 per cent will be charged on excess value mentioned ou Bill of Lading.
T. B. H. COCHRANE, President;        F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
:m.   B.  LANG,:
BOOTS & SHOES,        STATIONERY, PIPES,   Etc.,   Etc.
Fine Groceries a Specialty.
M. B. LANG,        Golden. B.C.
Manufactures of Sash, Doors, Mouldings
Turned and Sawn Masters, Newel Posts, Hand Rails and
Brackets, besides continuing the Machine Shop work.
Have on hand a lot of Wash Basin and Bath


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