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 ~d/-r  '-        //cS> ^i  o^n.J f>-ry->i  r,.  FOK MEN ���������  Finest Cashmere Socks.  ' Exlra.lK-.ivy woo) do.   ..  Beuti  quality   Slii'il.uid  Undurvv ear, ]ier ������������iit...  Finest nat. wool   "   0 CO  . ... Oii'J  wool i  .. .. i 23   i 00  Unices, per pair, 30c. and 40o.  The English Trading Co.  -. - . -���������* .-*. ���������      '!  r^d^7\  lv"3  '   s. ���������!������������������-*.  5?  %s^������  /���������A/,'/.  V- ������������������   /'a' //-r ������  *s������������IfflMfeJi  KS I   lt'2  FOR   LADIES��������� ���������>  Heavy wool L'udei skins .  .     1 09  Kxli-ali'v-ylJaslmiere.StockiiiKb 0 7.5  Heavy niu. wool Uiidei-vo&U>.. 0 75  Tain o'Slianlcrh, 50c. and 75c  Lined Kid Gloves, fur cuffs... 1 25  Uiilined do., 75c. and 51.00.   :o:   The English Trading Co.  ~VoL I.���������No. 44.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., FEBRUARY 9, 189/5  $2.00 a Year.  rUh  i'������  i H a re. it"  3 fi eJ a���������  ISO B SOff  ii  L  jas. McMillan & ocx, nRi^ssfw��������� Minneapolis, minn.  iNcercpcrrATED.  Write for Circular giving- Latest Market Prices.  Fair'selection ; immediate returns.  Make us a Trial Shipment.  Townsite  ������ A  OF  REVELSTOKE.  A- LIMITED   NUMBER, OF  TP  it.  o  ^. wilson;-;;  M E R C HA N T ' TA i"lQ R,  Revelstoke Station.  First-class Material kept in stock ancl  *    First-class Workmen, employed.  j>a  =i  a At Reasonable "Prices.  Lots can lie 'Bought upon' Exceptionally Lital  .All placer claims in this District  k'pf.xf Jv held in.'iv lie laid over from tlie  15Lh CJclober, i������H, (o Lhe, Ut June, 1S95.  ',   N. FITZSTUIJI3S,'  Gold  (Joiiiimssioiicr.  Dated nt Nelson, B.C.," q  -     ' -Ith October. 18!)!:  fc   iii V'oi.v       ii 1 <"tr������ ?<������ , s o^Pi  For further information, terms, maps, ctc.,,.-ipply lo ,  \,,    i ; V, .   T. L. HAIG, ���������  1 d< , Airent fen- C.P.Il. lands nt Revelstoke.'  fJ7^ftJt--������-������.j-1-ir.���������j-r rrt-'--  c f JOHN U  es,     <\i     A     (("fi /ss*.   <!      1  PDfWq?  *\  ; COLLECTIONS MADE (EXCEPT BENTS)  , ��������� ,; HATES 5 "PISIt CENT. '      "     '  "V,  REVELSTOKE  FliJW!'^5!*!!"!     r-5rr������'*rr������.?'>.T  I4UJ i  l-iSf-5  i ��������� I  ������&. - ^.5'..'.'."O.L'.^.i.i.rv  Cp3  ���������*.-������������������-'A ���������������������������H'H^^niOH  /in 9       El St ,^tf?    ������=������ LusSf   d   ^<ia>^ 3       Ii  5  ��������������� "*    *��������� '**" " - 1^1 1  ,- '.   ,'-.-,' OF SWANSEA*AKi/\VIOA*N,   r ������   '  Analytical Chemist and Assayed,  Apcupats' "assays' made of. all kinds of Biingp.i!s, water, milk, etc.  KootGnay Lodg-o  Ko. 15 A.F.iSsA.fi'X.  * * Tiioi-egiiliirinudtiiiir-i  ~p- are hold in the ilas-  >������N       uiiiuTuiiiplti.llniii'iic''-  "^r-SX\������^!!ionth.  nt   S   ii.   m.  g^^j^?!*^^.    Visit-lit:;,   bi-������;t liren  '^a- -^ ���������-������������������ (iOl'lIKllly VVoll'lllllRlI.  ' '"w. K'CItAUK. SK0HL'i,\i'v-.  RSVELSTOXE   LOB',*?J,   J. O. O. ?.  HoicuUii- I'loetinic-i are hold  in OiLIk-Ucivi-*' JI.ill every  Thin-.il-iy niiflit .it uiiiii  iVilncK. ViMli'iji brotlioi--'  ,/Ul-dllllly VVel.-illiiCil.  ^\'. J. LK1.. -n'.U. '     A. STONN, S;.-c.  A. McNEIL,  BAUBES'SKOP AKS SATEE KOOBI,  lTri.:iL yLraot. Rovclhtoke.  Haii-cut,  5c;   fiath, GOc; Six Shaving  Tickets for Si.OO.   ,  NOTFC?.-.  yvrCnCE IS IIKRIOBY GIVEN, in  Di iic-cord.-uice vvitii tiie fitiiUitcs,  tli.-ifc-Provincial Kcvoniui Tux ;md ail  t:ixc'Slevied iit!.lei't]ie"Assc.ssiiioiit Act'.'  ai'u novv'du.i ioi- tlie ycai- ISy.'j., All of  tihu iili(>\*e-iiii.'iu',l t.i.-vi's, .jolli'eliblc  vvitbin the ili'Vi if-ioke Division of lhe  , I.'istM'icli oi* AVesl. ICooti-niiy, aro iiuvv  pnyiiblc ni my iillicc." c  A-sa-os&iiil Taxos are c-olli-ctible at, tlie  following iiiLc-j. vix-iT-  [I* paid on or before Juno SOtli, 1S.15���������  .One-half of om*, per cent, on real  property. ^ ' >���������  Two p 'i- cent,, em the afci-o'sort value  of wild 1'ind. ,  One-third of one. per conL on personal  'PfiQaeuftJ'' <���������= ...'  'One-half of one. per dent,, on inconie.  ff paid after June 30t!i, 1895���������'  Two-thii-ils of one ]-er cent, on real  property.  Two and oiie-ii.-tlf per cent, on the  a ssesscd' va 1 u e o f vv i 1 d 1 an cl  Onc-h-ilf,of one per rent, on pergonal  ])i-operty.  Tliree-fonrtlis of one per cent, on income.      ,  ���������   Provincial revenue Lax, $3 for evei y  malt-' perton'over IS years. t  JOa. D. GHAUAM,  Act Iny Afwessfor and Collector.  Revelstoke, Jiuiiiarv loth. 18'),j.  GUY   BARBER,  WATCflMAKEE AND JSV/2X.&S3.  Repairing Neatly St Promptly Executed.  nSVISLSTOKE, E. C.  FURNITURE.  oops, * Sashos & Blinds,  R. HOWSON,  KEVSEiSTOXj*;.  BUILDER.  ci <f  Will figure o;i all kinds of^  Buildings; all kinds of ffousc,  Store and Ojjice Furniture 'repaired or made to order;' all  kinds of SlwpTOork in, my line  neatly aud promptly executed by  skilled aud experienced hand.  u J   s U   I: I w  W b \i -J   L- u j'.,' H',. il  r*-.iK vol-*::  Srioivshaes.  Tfl30.ag.ii33 & Sleishs.  NOTICE OF APPLICATION.  ���������������  rwegiai!  COFFINS   CAHHUiD   IN  STOCK.  ACICNT KOK SINR111C -SIlVVINfi M.VCIIIKHS.  G-eneral Blacksmith.  JAS.   McM  KEVJCUSTOKK. Ji.O.  ciVsAf  ���������i  Repairs to Wagons, &.c.  yiiocin^ a Specialty.  iViasiufaciiircr ai ������!! kinds of  FtirnltLire.  FINE  V.'OHK.  Old Furniture Renewed  In First-class Style.  E. PICARD, Revelstoke, G.C.  Tin  S'i'OOK   Ol  ���������NKW  STATIONERY & FANDT GOODS.  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  ���������to a.s'h rito'.r  !."*: j "7*^     "       i.  ���������-��������� Pi V. ty r'ft   F'.-��������� 1 Tc r -*,  - S  -jV-OTIOE IS nERRBY,GJVEN, (haL  DS applicaLioii will he made to (he  Parliament of Oan.ul i, at the next, h(>s-  bion thereof, for an'Act to iiifor|;oriite,  a (Joiii))any for the purpose of cm-  tiLrnctinjr, ccpi'ipping, maiiitaiiiing and  oper.-it.inij; a, line of railway to run from  a point at or near Llu* mines known as  the "Trail C.vei: mines" m Uu: DisLricL  of Kootenay, in Llu- Pioviiieii'of British  CJ'ilini'.liia. to pome point, ,<is near as  pi'.icLicalile to ihe' jimerioii of Trail  Creek and the Columbia J-Jiver, in Ihe  said District of KooLenny, with pov.er  io eoiisirueu, ecplip, iiiaiiiUiin .iiiiliiper-  ale branch line- ; and also Lo consLniet  and 0]ieraLe telegraph "ii'l teleplionij  lines in'coniiecLioii vvilii the said rin'l-  'Way, to.ireLlier with Lhe usual powers to  ai-ipiii-" lands, privileges, liiinii-.es m*  aids from the Dominion or Provincial  Governments and lo make trafiic nnd  othei' arraiujciiifnts' vyifh railvvi.y,  steamboat mul' other e;im|,;inies,' iinil  for all other usual and necessary  powers, rights anil privileges.  Dated at Vancouver, this 11th duvof  January, A.I"). Ifiilo.  DAVIS, ?.!AHSirALl,.  .MACXE1LL fc A15/JOTT.  o    fi.ilivifnri-fur A}ij>hrtnif������.  i-1 ( i.i  -'!. I  Oil.  Ths New TOILET  SIX TAIM.KTS FOU  IOA1  AViiit, for Lhe notice leif.udiiii; Llio  (Jiruuliil ing Ijiltrary at  new  'l"ll'>!i'-'l|  . ..  s,i.i',i*'i: Cm ,;. .-i. r  vni linn! i-,'.i,i<e.  nCVrXSilQK  Aiiiii'i.- i:.j i<-  r.i.iii.-        "  I'i.!- lull  ind.-in,iii,iii .i-,  np|i!y In  J.   ':'.   Jli-evv  -,���������-.' '.'.I-   .I'l'lT.!!-'--   |  ' iiliv.ili. !,! ToU'liin i  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ROYAL MAIL LINCS.  CKEA?;:CT route to tho 01,25 00UHT2.V.  ri-opo-.ee. S.-ii'Iiiir-, from Mmilrcal.  ALLAN'  LINK.  jVl-MIDIAX   Punr-i v:r   Moxhoi.iax   U0?.l i.N'JON LINK,  TOKOX'l o   V.vNcorvr.a   Oicnox   JJKAVKlt LINK.  IjAKi: Ilraox.    I..M\i:Ovt������:ii(i. ... .     .  L.vi-.* "'-i.i .'.o>   f.'.ibai ?! 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'���������'nv  ���������j  iif  7  1���������  AT THE  SOUTHERN END' OF THIS  RIDING  Is Rossland, the New Mining Eldorado.  ~~���������~~ ti  .The rush of lijiners, and mining men  to IJosslaiui and the 'J'rail Creek mines  is a ,1-epetiLion of the old days, when  Virginia Cily ,-ind Leadville v/cre the  centres of attraction, llossland, is the  newest, town in lievelsLofco electoral  district, and id sii uated at, lhe extreme  southern cud of the riding, iu the rich  mining iiisirict, of Trail Creek, which  has heroine so prominent recently by  the ina'^nilicent outjiiit of ore from the  Wai Jj.ai^!e. Le Iioi and other mines.  'J'he number of people flocking to' Rossland, not only fnlm 'the States, hut  from various mining camps in other  parts of Kootenay, is iuiiuer.se, and it  i.s iiiedicied thai, la-fore .Midsummer its  population will uumlier several thousands. And the growl Ii of fiosglani!  will not lie iiepei'ilciiL on (he price of  silver, as Trail Creek it, a gold-produ-  ciny district. ,Tiie Spukur.inun-Rcvicic  says :t '  "There is unprecedented activity in  the development and working of Lhe  greaLmiiier.il wealth recently found to  exist beyond tho international border  lino along ,the northern boundary of  the State of Washinyum, and in consequence lhe wheels of commerce are  i '.  beginning ui turn with great veioc-it.y  and with consLaVilly leie/wing force.  Just now tiie lov.n or' 1-ioj.sl.iiid, SJ.C,  i^.the I'lef-ca of, lho lir.-L 'minor (if (he  land, who may 'be' s >en miiigliug with  iho most verdant u'nvloi'fooi...  , ''There i.-. .i istajj-e iioe rnnninjj from  North port, ou tiio liiie of tiie Spokane  Falls & Northern; through to Ilossland.  Slages meet, every train, and. four and  six-horse rig-., each carrying from S Lo  II people, make tiie trip across the0  reservation and , between towns in  about three horns.  "T\yo steamers plv the river 'between  Trail Creek landing, and Northport,  each steamei' carrying about 50 ions of  ore. to each trip, one. round trip from  JSToi'thport to Trail landing being made  each day. The steamer LyLGoii is under  conlraoC Lo cany 1,000 to.is of War  Eagle ore a, month and l.-iiKPio on rho  ea'rs ut Non thjiort. , This is iibthalf Lhe  oie tha't is'being m;u!e ready for the  market, and unless some moie convenient method, is called into requisition  very soon to facilitate Lhe transportation of all'Lhe ores of Lhe camp it is  wry likely that two or three larger  steamers will havo Lo be built o.n Lhe  river very soon. AL'pi'escnl Lhe .two  steamers load about Lfin cars with ore  each day.  " Kossland. is now within speaking  distance of all liieouLiide world, a telephone line having been completed from  there Lo "Wanuta last week. A newspaper is also in contemplation, and  when that is supplied the Lowu will be  complete in all lis-appointments.  " Tho project thai; interests the people  of Ros&land now more than anything  else is the early construction of the  the Ked Mountain railroad from North-  port Lo the mines. It i.s said that the  'British Columbia Parliament is not  taking the active part in paving the  way to its early construction that they  might if Lhey were more quick in  detecting the fact that tho spirit of  enterprise, is abroad in the land, but  they are said to be friendly to Lne lied  fiioiinlain Railway, and its Rossland  friends are preparing Lu urge the necessity of early action. ff all arange-  nieiits can be completed in time tiie  work of constructing tiie line will begin  just as soon as "the 'weather will permit. This road, once constructed, will  open Lho door to Lhe greatest milling  camp in the. whole west, and will give  Spokane another din-d.' line, over the  Spokane Falls ^ Nor! hern, into Liie  he.irf of all tii at rich milling country  in British Columbia lying west of the  Columbia itiver."  THE AMENDMENTS TO THE MINING  ACTS.  Mr. Semlin  resumed   the debate last  Friday on the second reading of Col.  Baker's new Mining Bill.    I Ie declared  that $100 in cash was not a satisfactory  equivalent   for   $100   worth   of   work  actually   performed   upon   a   mineral'  claim.   The eifecfc'of this alternative,  .he feared, would be to retard the work  of mineral development and encourage  .speculation.  Hon. Mr. Davie, said Iheainendiiient,  ��������� i  , he. understood,   had    been   introduced  upon the recommendation of tiie Alin-  ,'ing Committee, and the Government,  itself did'uot originate Lhisas a Government <jiicsi.iun, but in con form if,y wiLh  the. opinion of this Committee and wiLli  respect, to which the House itself could  decide. Personally he looked upon <(,ho  ani.'-iidineiit as- a wise one. While  recognizing that $i00 worth of work1  might he of greater utility than ,'plOO in  cash, yet in order to be so Lhis work  would have to be of a useful character,'  which in the majority of cases it was  not. .For often this assessment work  was't-imply nominal and rarely designed  to develop the mine.       ' ���������'  '���������Air. Kellie thought that Lhe Govei n-  nient should introduce legislation with  a vie.v to validating slight iriegula'ri-  ties such as the lapse of free miners'  certificates. , ���������  Mv. Sword said that the Premier  might reasonably consider the propriety of so amen.ling Lhe mineral law  as to ensure, that work performed upon  mineral .claims should not merely be  of a'nominal ehar.-icleivaiid. he hoped  -t-hat, before- Lhe Bill passed a move in  Lhis direction would be made.  ' Hon. Col. Baker contended that the  real object of the $100 ��������� assessment was  to give 'the miner breathing time in  which to uncomage the enlistment, of  outside capital in the enterprise. For  purposes of real development $100  worth of work a,year was merely a  scratch iu the ground,0and he thought  that the Government might as well  pi ovide an alternative w hich would add  to the "re ven ue and cause no real injury  lo'uiiiiing'development.  'On Tuesday Lhe Mineral Bill and  Piacor Mining Bill passed Committee.  In Memory of Wilson's Gallant'Troopers  The memory of the 32 trooper/3 composing Capt. Wilson's baud, who were  hemmed in and shot down by the  Matabeh* army last 'year while endeavoring to capture T.ohengula, is to  be honored by Lhe election of a monument, the whole cost 'of which is to he  defrayed by Cecil Rhodes,' the South  African millionaire. When the remains were recovered they were, by  Mv. Rhodes' direction, reverently,conveyed Ion spoL some 2</0 miles distant,  to the ruins of a temple wiiose history  is unfold in any living record. Itisa  sacred spot for tlie, native tribes, and  seemed a fitting place of sepultuie for  Lhe brave lOnglishnien. i# Since he went  Lo London recently, Mr. Rhodes has  carried out a cherished idea of doing  furtliei honor to his brave comrades.  He has given a commission ' to -an  eminent sculptor to prepare medallion  pot-trails of ouch of Liie '.12 forming the  Lroop led by Wilson in pursuit of the  flying AI a *.ibele king. The medal'lions  will be set in stone work, and under  each the name and age of Lhe soldier  wiiose memory it is desired, to keep  green.     ,    The Boundary Line is a'Mineral Belt.  We are in receipt <���������)' a copy of a  .������������������peci.'il edition of < 'opp, Clark Ar Co.'s  Canadian Almanac i'dr IS'!'.";, printed !(.r  the enterprising coi poi.ttiou of'il. IJ,  Warner A; Co., Bid., of Loudon, lCni/;.,  who are now .'-ole proprietor-! of ��������� Warner's Safe Cure." /t is iiill of valuable  inforiiiiiLion and reflect'* credit ou tl.e  publishers as we!! .-..- on Ilie enlorpri-ie  of the KsigliVn eon .p.my,  i-.    ~4..(4>'.J     \<   .  V.C Tf.  . <'-,   '.i'..", i  l.-.-.-i  i ) ralrs.  :.le  111,.  1'iiH'. i le  or  ci   i'i)!ii'!;r  ���������lli;i .,'.  Ki ;:  ii,   tii ii.  rt?C>v R 3 "^^g EE5) fiF*   TJtoro CUBE!  l*KTr^ " '.' iT-^  ft   p / t< v*"i Ipvo Loon t-1  I   bhVSi* U icdc-d by n,:  <;!���������!> ?!������������������;  Ai,<  . r.iinv. \*.  1 li   i ! U'i I'.i���������' ll;  ������������������; i r,  ll\   1'l'Vi-i.-!..  TJtoro CUJ1ES  i t-f-  - -.   r-iv  -���������, .-.- ^j-i4^--������-^a   TriiHGCii, with  "-.'"���������j WW ii'-rCc-l c-.c', to -^-..|Lic,r Ihnu by ail otlur  i *5 ������-..j il. v .r<������(i>tiibir.<il 'lhu)'i(-l.iii.l>ir^3t  *><-*,* i'..i,jtiiic in fici ijv, rf at strain Aiiji'-  * V!y-V    tcn.r.i tlit!r.i;iinsbi,cn pprfumod tiio  Hiyhust V.  ; u-de-. I  World's   Fai  Corbin Says'Ke'll Build That Railwajr.  D. C. Corbin, president, of the Spokane  & Northern Railway, who obtained Lhe  charter from the' British"* Columbia  :Government for Lhe Red Mountain  Railway, says, although the Provincial  Legislature refused to give him au extension of Lime, he vvill begin work on  tho road ,in Lime to comply with Lhe  provisions of his charier, which was  granted April 12th, 1S93, and allowed  two years'for the commencement of  construction, and four veai's Lo coin-  pleLe the work. It will be pushed  rapidly, he said. The branch is approximately 11 miles long, and will  leave the main line, at Nordhport, crossing the river, and proceeding by easy  grades Lo ihe rapidly developing region  on Lho north fork of Sheep Creek, made  famous hy the War Eagle, Lc Roi,  Josie and other claims.    , ,  Speaking to a Spokamun-IieuLcto reporter, Sir. Corbin said: "Two'years  ago,'when I obtained the charter from  the province, ! found that iL was a bad  time to begin construction. Since then,  and particularly during, the last few  months, (lie development of the camp  has been rap-id, and the prospects are  Lhat. Lhe locality will he one of Lhe  richest in Lhe Northwest some  day. , It is just,, tile kind of ��������� ore  Lli.-iL lakes���������gold and copper���������and there  is ii promise of plenty of business. We  expeet'lo begin soon. There are some  'S per cent,   grades   on   Liie   proposed  The boundary - line which divides  Canada from Lhe U. S. aL Lhe -l'JLh pn'v-  allel, passes oyer, some of Lhe liche'st.  mineral gin-md in' flip whole world.  Experienced mining men are generally  struck with astonishment on their  lirst visit Lo Lhat section. D. W. Mc-  Intyi'c, a BtiLLe capitalist and iniiio  operator, passed through'Spokane on  his way home from an inspection 'of  Lhe Boundary Creek properties, in  company with E. P.'Suydain. In an  an interview lwiLh a; newspaper riiim  Mr. Meliityro said; "That is a  wonderful country.. In reality, a nnin  could mot estimate its, richness to'a  v rl*  stranger- with justice to himself,, for  lus statemenls would be. discredited if  he. told one-half Lhe truth.' -It is hard  for a man to realize .the extent of the.  veins, even after'seeing them. I examined one gold lead that is . 38 steps  across, or about 111" feet wide, aiid a  copper vein over 100 feet wide. There  will be a stampede of miners .aiid miu:  ing men from .Montana to the camps  north of Spokane as soon' as the snow (  is off the hills.  The 20th Century."  As thore is considerable, difference of  opinion regarding the commencement  of the 20th century the following letter  to Notes and Queries and the editor's  reply may not come amiss to most of  our readers:  " Sir,���������La, Presse of December 1 says  that the 20th century will begin on the  1st 'January,  1901, while I have been  under the 'impression   that- it should  begin  fiom  the  1st of January,'1900.  Kindly inform me in your next Saturday's issue who is right.���������C. R. D."  [Answer���������" It is evident that a century  ��������� is not complete until a hundred years  have passed.     Tlie second century,  ��������� therefore, began on January 1st, 101,  and the twentieth century will begin  on January 1st, 1001.    There seems  to be no room fot argument on the  subject, and the Frenchman is right.  ���������E'd. N. asd,Q."]  route, but none heavier. 'J'he camp is  but. seven miles from the main line, at  a point north of (he boundary, buL Liie,  grades on the latter mute are impossible for railroad work, and that idea'  was abandoned."  " WiuiL in e tlie grounds of objection  lo Lbe charter ?'' Mr. Corhin wasasked.  ���������' Nothing but local prejudice on the  part of some of the iiienibeis, and t!ie  .sentiment growing up LheiO that they  want to keep tlieir ores froiii coming  south. I am not worried about the  provincial charLer. anyhow. I shall  secure a charter lrom tlie Dominion, a.*?  I ought lo have done in Lhe fir.-L place.  At Ottawa there is less of local feeling  iind more disposition to look at (lie  practical   lieneiils of an enterprise."  <��������������������������� ���������-a-Tn          A Cold Simp.  The Signal Service ollice at St. Paul,  Minn., reports (hat Inst, liYiday was the  Would be as Bad as the' States.  , The Toronto Globe says it, will he a  had thing if the Government reduces  the number ol* tho Northwest Mounted  Police, as was suggested. It claims  Lha L tliere are 1,000"miles of the C.P.Il.  wliere a train could be held up al anytime by highwaymen. The mounted '  police are the only protection to Lho  road.' IL would be an easy matlcr for  highwaymen Lo hold-up trains and skip  over Lhe border. Once they got. into  Idaho they could never bo captured.  ' A Good Word For Silver.  Lord Brassey delivered an address  before tlie London Chamber of Commerce last Thursday on the Indian  currency question. In the course of  his remarks he said that any attempt  to force a gold standard would be impracticable. The' best policy, *ho  thought, would lie Lo keep up lhe price  of silver.  oldest,  my since i;,^>. ihe lompor.i-  (,-.!'e in St. Piiul at, 7 a.in. w-f-'O below  '/er.'. At Long IVaiiie it was ''2 below  a.'.'". "I CronkMoii "Ci below. Two or  t!::-'-i- pointy in Soiuii Dakota renarled  fcnspcraliiro.s of 'K to 10 i,"l,iw kcio.  "I. Jlli.l,  u C  Tri������ REVELSTOKE PHA.^IAG1/.  i  MOST PERFECT  MADE.  Powder.   Free  'other adulter,*! nt.  WARD  round $00,000 in Gold.  Sixty thousand (inlliiis In g'.ld was  fo'.i'.d last week by Jesse .). Drew aL  liis mi vv mill, neai i (oliaudal, Washington eo.: iiy, ."ilis-.. The lieasure is suppose.! lo have been buried during (he  {���������ivil war bv '.'..plan. Uarfield.  The Worst Year Since Confederation.  The President of the Toronto Board  of Trade, who is a Conservative, in liN  annual address last, week, declared that  times were ban, Lhat thoy could not be  much wor-s-e, and that the year 1SSJ-1  vvas Lhe most disastrous since Confederal inn. These statements have excited  considerable comment throughout lhe  city.  . MARKs!  COPYRIGHTS.  CAW  I  OBTAIN   A   PATENT?     For a  prompt imowcr und un honpia opinion, trrito to  rtlUNN ifc CO.. who have liad nearlvliftj-ye.-irs'  cxperlpnce In lho r-vtont btnlncs?. Commnplco-  tlon.s ctrlctly conSrtcntlnl. A Ilnndliook of Information conoorninu Paten's nnd how to ob.  t.iln tliora sunt froc. Also n catalogue of mochan-  lcnl and iclcntldo tiookn sent froo.  Piiti'nu taken thiouRh Munn & Co. recclro  rnvclel notlcolnlho Wripiitlfic Amrrlcnn, and  tliuti aro bTOUi-'lit widely before thc public without cost to thc inventor. Thlo fplcndld paper,  ijirucd wecfclj-, olouaiitly lllmtratod.htts bv far the  InrKOit circulation of nny scientinc work In tho  world.   I*,'* o year.   Fnniplc copleii tent. fre5.  ISiiildlni: Kditlon. nontlily. $2.00a 5ear. Singlr  coplos, a5 cents. Kvery number coiiUuli beautiful plates. In colors, and nhotojrraphs of new  Jiouic. with pl.iiM, enabling builders to nhow th������  latest dc-slciis and pecuro contract*.  Ai'rl.-esa  11VXS & CO., Ntv.' vciu:, .-���������<���������* '������������������ _   .../--.v. X-O.Z.  PAGE <2.  CHE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Zb  'Ikootenav  it  SITB'iCItlP-TION.  ]\*\\.\I*IA'1LY 1>: AilVAXCK.  (ine Yi-ip     ....  Hi*- Mrmtlis    .   .  Tl'.i-('(.' Mont'is..  " Ir   - $2  .     I  .     (1  (HI  00  .     ASVEKTiSINC  RATES.  Ons Tnc-li, ]i":- iiiimth    Two inches, j ioi* month   Six,-    "         -     ' "'      ������������������  SpcciiiljConlriiuts for Ihiijc a  l������-i:iis'.'iin  .    1 50  .    -i illl  .    G 00  Ms  All. hilLs ������for advertising (i  month.  io the 1st  of  (  ii.-li  Quack and o������re-:ii  iidvcrU^c  incnti no'.  waa  tod.  ...   ,    ~i      ~.~  SATURDAY  . Ki*;rji;uAR"s'o  IS:)  ").  1     WORK ON THE RIVER BANK  Will Probably be started Next Week.  Mr. S. Hiniihv who is .to be foreman  of Lhe work'for the protection of thc  river lmiik, arrived here (in Wedues-  ,day.' 'Ile'i'oti'id more snow -lying tba-ii  he expected, aiid is accordingly wailing  for .Mr. (-Jamble, (he engineer, who will  arrive ' to-morrow morning, before  starting opcrat ions. The method t<* be  employed is that,'known as the mattress system. The mattresses will^be  made of brush, securely Li"d together  by wire, and when laid on the "mini'  will be kept, iii place willi rock.- ap.il  gravel;' Th-.'y will extend 50 ft.: up Lhe  hank from the bed of til'.e river,  will he about, 2 ft. thick, ft is expo  that about, l.fiiK) feet will belaid, beginning at the Columbia, bridge. A little  ci-ibwork vvill be required at. two places.  The work will be done by day labor,  about. -10 men-being employed, and will  lasL about two months. The rock and  gravel will be obtained from the  nearest possible point", so as Lo keep,  down' the, cost of hauling. The wire  for Lhe mattresses will arrive from  Montreal,"! aday or two.  and  ���������fi..'  ORE SHIPMENTS VIA REVELSTOKE.  Kch.  -TUaho   -Cumberland  2.-  5.-  li.-  ������.���������Reeo   fl.,���������Noble Kivo   0.���������Alamo   fi.���������Slocan Star   8.���������Kueo   8.���������Cumberland ...',  8.���������L.nl Ohanco  8.���������Alamo   8.���������S'ocivn Star   1 env-i  2 "  1 " ,  1 "  1 "  1 "  1 "  1 " >  1 "  2 "  3 "  i '"  Tbe whole of thoiabovo  ^inialia, except tbe eonsiKriiin  Clmiiee, which went lo Great j' alls,  30.(100 pon nds  ������������������    &\,VA   ��������� ���������'  " . 3 J, 000  "     JiO.O'jO      ."  " ' 31,000  "     30,000  "     -lO.COO       ",    '  " , 3J.01W  "     30,000  "     00,0(10       ''  "     90,0ii0  "   1,30,000  was  sliiiipcd  fo  _.���������         "V-    T  Omaha, except tbe consignment, from lho J,aMt  a The soft weather and snow caused a  little delay on the sleigh road early in  the'week, but everything is now working smoothly and teams are. moving 75  '   tons of ore a day. ' . '  ��������� Revelstoke Division's*��������� Contribution .-to  the Provincial Revenue'.   ",  '  Following are thc'Piovincial revctiue,  - returns from Revelstoke Division for  - 189-t, being an increase* of about $1,200:  over the previous year. ' Illecillewiu't  contributed $110 for free'. raihers*"certi-  flcates, $115 mining receipts and, ������33  Provincial revenue tax; Trout Lake  contributed $450 for miners' certificates  and 35-14 for mining receipts : *.  Free miners' certificates   Mining receipts   Police Court fines   Land taxes ������������������  - Land revenue ."   Provincial revenue taxes   Liquor licenses:   Trade Licenses   Law stampsd. ; '  Mortgages ���������   Marriage licenses... L   Registration of partnership.  Sale of Mineial Acts   Total-. .-..-..'...-...;:..-$1,3013 OS  An'lee Carnival.  A masquerade carnival  will  be held  -. to-night on the rink below Lho Columbia bridge.    It is  loobe  hoptd  that a  'large number of those intending to*be  "present will see their way to appearing  in fancy costume.    It is rumored that  some of the ladies'costumes  will lie of  a novel and recherche character, while  some of Lhe gen tie men   will appear in  startling 'costumes.     The  Committee,  who are all enthusiastic  followers of _  the winter,'pat-Liine, will see to it. th.-it '  the ice  is  in  as   good   coiidition    n-i i  shovels,  $1710 00  2211 35  130 00  '4403 IS  3S0 00  2055 00  1610 00  350 00  -17 00  -11 00  So 00  10 00  ���������*" ���������*-,  hi-in-hc-i  r>>*ivi  ;ini  c.-ui  ilie  wat-." pan-  make  it.   ' Pri-ies are offered  fm  best co-tunics  and   tin'  mo  costumes,  and  it    i.-f   hoped  dei-i.si'ni.- of ih" judys  v.iil  gi.  fitctio'i lo ,il! the   ( oinpel it,..'.-, but li'-'e  that of Pali-, tlc-ir task will  1  on.-.   Thc fuli n-.ooti will sued  light    on   'ii'*   scene. that   is  weather remain- eon-i .i---iu  t oriLfinal  thai'   the  f.iti.--  !i'-:i  h.ii.l  ll.'l-  S'lfl.  if    Vile  \|iisic wiil  l,e st].,i,|ic(! bv lhe i-'K-hesir li b.iiel .in, I  Mr. \V. .M. I Jr. .'.vi i b.i-' Kindly li.,u,������.l  iris oig.ui l'*ir the (>'���������'.-'si'.ii. . ,  Tie-   i.-e  aii   w."-k  sia-   ',' '-n  i'i !/>"..I  c-ou.!;:i'-ii   and   ha- !.<��������� i. ' (���������'���������' '' -1 "<"���������'.   i  afier:.ii..:i .ii'il c. i ii*:-|r -.'*:' !i a i.u >'��������� a no \  ,-uii!..--ii    not t.i -,i\ ���������������������������'���������������������������'��������� '���������'���������';:    '���������'' "A*''-     i  TROUT LAKE MINING DISTBICT  ONE OF THE GREATEST GOLD AND  SILVER CAMPS IN B.C.  -[CONTltlHTJTEI"*  BY, O.   I). IIOAB.]  This camp is destined to become one  of tin: most wonderful 'silver mining  districts the world ever saw. One reads  of the great amount of silver used in  .days gone by, and gains a limited  knowledge (of how it was produced.  Crevices in the eaith'filled willi matter  mineralized in ' different forms have  been discovered, extracted and reduced  by many laborious processes; but it  has remained for tlie present decade Lo  find here in Lhis portion of the Selkirk  mountains deposits of the precious  mcfalri in various impregnations, but  theii origin bailies tlie intelligence of  tlie most skilful experts from tlie most  noted-schools of mines of the old and  new worlds. One may write what he  conjectures, and the problem is not  solved ; but that the gold and .silver  iiio here and in immense quantities'is  now ii proven fact.  Pages have been wriLLcn'of the mad  rush in Lhe days of '59 aud 'ISO, of many  thrilling scenes and incidents; but it  lias remained for the chroniclers of the  last few years to relate the story of  wonderful surprises, sudden acquisition  "of wealth by tlie keen-eyed prospector  and the .sharp-witted inveM-or, who  havo within Lhe pasL three years transformed the rugged mountain sides into  , (j .-"4 ^ ,  one of the richest mining countries on  the earth. '< ..   ' "   "  <��������� Trout Lake"district is south-east of  Revcl.stoke, and is reached by steamboat 30 miles, wagon road eight miles  and good (���������io.vernuient trail four iniies.  This trail is to be supplanted by a  wagon road in the spring, and the  steamboat portion by the Revelstoke.  & Arrow Lake Railway, of which 16  miles have already been completed.  Much has been writLen. and many  theories advanced'as to the real, historic formation of the earth's surface,  hub'the enigma remains unsolved, or  else the solution given is unsatisfactory. Tlie rocks locally are known as  porphyry-granite, trachyte and limestone. To he correct' as to its character, when one picks up a piece of rock  in -a new country, it is' only ciuidcr  microscopic view* can the same be de-  lermined willi anything, like accuracy.  Trout Lake,City, the supply point  for the district, is situated on Trout  'Lake, one of the most picturesque,  mountain lakes tin British Columbia,  which is surrounded by mountains  that for beauty is seldom equalled and  -.nijjrei' surpassed. The mountains slope  gently up from .the lake shore until tlie  timber line is reached, forming a chain  'of peaks that extend for miles, broken''  'only by the channel of some mountain  torrent which tumbles over pretty falls  until it reaches the crystal bosom of  Trout Lake. Taking in the snowcapped peaks and glaciers' the picture  is"grand, but its beauty is nob complete  until Lhe sun ihrovvs his golden rays  on Liii*, dazzling whiteness of the'summits, when tho elfect is sublime..  Two years ago, the site of Trout Lake  City was a dense forest; to-day this  has given place to quite a cluster of log  houses, including hotels, stores, saloons,"  assay and recording oflices.  To be at Trout Lake City in-lS03 was  lo be at the birth of Wealth which.-  since the days of Virginia City, has  proved so fascinating to the follower's  of mining excitement. From a miner's  standpoint Trout Lake City appeals to  tlie old-timer. It is "right at the  mines."' and tiie. forty-niner know-  what that means.  A lavish hand has been shown by  Nature in bestowing its gifts of gold  and silver to this district. The rich  mines are at, or adjacent \ic> Trout Like.  Like the Leadvill.-, district, the Trout  L.-ike niiii"ral belt'revels in gr'-at po���������  sihilirie-i, It* production 'if oc-s must  inci(-.!=(> from year to year, until it  r.'achos a limit, unknown to any other  silver niin'ni" region on ihi- conl ineiiL.  Tin- lat" (li'pre���������a.u in -ilvir had a  Sv.iilej.ey to eheel: ti:/. p;-o--j������'riiy of t h"  (.im|i. but with lhe following ja-oiiiis-  ing pro'-pcrK at iK deor it !*��������� b'lund to  ruble to the fioni : The (Jie.ii  Northern, Old Sonoma. .Siivi Otip,  I lidil'-n,Treasure, i'ayiu,.st..-i-. Morning  St,-ir, Mark ilf.-ir, ( iin.t.-'nui fiirl. Legal  Tend' r, l'.-nilc of Kugl md. War H-im ������������������.  Lii-I   ���������"'h.nicy  Skylark,   I'.lack   I Vice.-.  the best equipped camps in the district.  The next' claim-* in order are'the.  Hornet, Yellow Jacket. Canyon, Nug-  gi t, Big Six, Stockholm, Two Friend:-,  Lardeau Enterprise, Ilig Toe, Union.  and ,numerous others, all good producers, considering the primitive man-*  nei- work is being carried on.  Truly no country presents better  prospects than the Trout Lake district,  and all it requires is, more capital.  Now that 'Canadians are beginning to  realize the. value of their, gold and  silver districts we shall soon have moie  producing mines. <We should liavep  hundreds, and certainly would have  if capitalists.at home would visit our  camps and see for themselves.  Mining is no longer a fabulous dream  ���������a beautiful vision. It is business. It  means to the miner and mine owner  what farming and farms means to the  farmer ; and nowhere has mining been  reduced fo more common-sense  practical .operation than in. the Kootenay country and nowhere have tlie  reMilts been more satisfactory.  Supernatural Wall Seratchers.  London, Out., has been agog with  wonder for,a week or so on account of  the friendly disturbances caused by  cyme wall-scratching spirits; at, the  house of John ' Arscott, 173 Ann street.  Mr. Arscott's daughter Ada is the  -medium through which the scratcliings  are interpreted do Lhe visitors who  daily . throng Lhe house. Oiie vapor  scralch means "Yes," and*'two mean  "No." The ghostly visitant has conveyed the knowledge that it was  (iitLracted Lo the* Arscott residence liy  music and meant to remain, but it also  followed the little girl Lo another house  not, fai' away. A ministerial delegation  visited lhe Arscott homestead last Friday to investigate, the alleged spirit  rappings. The preachers confess that  they were nonplussed. r Rev. Uenj.  Clement', Methodist, said'it vvas absolutely'impossible for the little girl to  produce .such noises as he heard. He  securely muffled both her hands and  watched her "while Lhe sounds were  being heard.' She was perfectly motion-*  less, t " Correct answers," he said,  " were told mo about my brothers and  sisters and my family." This a nut for  fako exposers Lo crack.  Blue an Unlucky Color Among Seagulls.  - The Colon isi says : " A short time ago  the crew of-tlie steamer Cily of Kingston had a remarkable experience with  two seagulls which 'they captured  aboard the vessel. The birds after  being colored red and blue respectively  were given tlieir freedom, when to the,  astonishment of those watching them  the-blue bird was immediately attacked  and killed by a great Hock of gulls,  vvhile the red bird was apparently not  noticed."  Typhoid and Oysters.   <  The scare paragraph that went the  rounds of the newspapers two or three  weeks ago about typhoid being transmitted hy,oysters, has been the means  of entirely stopping the shipment of  American oysters to England. About  3.000 barrels a week were exported to  the old eountrv, worth $5 a barrel, so  that tlie stoppage means the loss of  $15,(XX) to American exporters.  No. ui.  Ceptincate of the Registration of a  Foreign Company.  "COMPANIES'ACT," PART IV.  Bslling-ham Bay Hydraulic Mining Co.  (Foreign).  itogi-Lered tlie Uih day of January,  1o1)."j.  f   IIKiir.IJY ( KI "'I'll'".'  Unit   I  n.U'.j tiii- 'i.iv  ������   !��������� ;o-'.ti >'. tie H. '.ia -.���������'������������������ii >vr I! v.' Hvnii.wi "���������  ,M ' ,'is '. (  fl'!.   IS ������   f I  l-l!r 'I,' ,'.   ill.lt. I' I If " ( 'Olll-  ill      I'  .ai'  .'''  ( '"'I,I,  Ml' III  ���������Im ;i-  ,.', ll ll ll,  V. .-Inn.;  ���������1,..- '.'.���������  ' I ���������'  !),.  I;  .'i il  ium  uf  'in ,' ,\i 1  i i/i���������i;;ii  A in. ul  I,ill  ..f !  > .It!  ci-Mta i-  -i->,  11 uV    SfK.I,     Ni:  ; William. Wagm-r fwoup,  ,'is     promi-mg,    laif    tun  i-i Hi-  Ur.  Columbia Lor.gc  The  I.O.G.T. ir.siiHa'ion. ! i,.-ini  I'l'tice; s ror tiie  were   in.-talied   'if    tin  Tuesday  night by   llro. '���������'���������  Grand   Lodge    f)"pu!y,   tb  being the   list:. Pro. M. A,  ii-aiug q.i.liter  e,  liiir -  ..li  -,  ,.-.'l  ���������I i  l,i,-  on  ,i.  loilgc-roi.iii  .   C.  Li'ldi.i.il'K  ��������� following  Wilson, C.  T.; Sist'-r A. Chase, V.T.; Iho. A. M.  (;riiig, Scf-reiiiry : Uro. It. FOI -on,  Treasurer; Uro. O. iv L.-wi-.. Cli.i;,'���������im ;  Sister Annie Valentine, P.S.; Sulci-  May Adair, S. ,luv. Temp.* Iho. II.  Crawford, M.;'Sister V. Valentin'-, (J.;  Pro. P. Lewi.-,, Sent..; Iho. P. llow-.nii,.  P.C.T. After Lhe ee.-emimy, v. Iiicb  was in-, iiiipie.-sive one, lunch vva.-'i ikii-  taken of, and "-evcral good -ip"iclie-.  followed, notably lroin Pro. I'al win  .Smith and souk; of the new officers.  The report s)j,,v,-ed a, prosperous  quarter. 'J'he lodge showed a greater  increase foi thai, jieriod than a.ny oth(!r  ���������lodg(! in the province. Although mimic  iiieiiihors hud been e-:'jie!!'i''i!, tliere  wi'i'i- si ill (Ki nii'iii'.ei' ,in go-ill sin! ui big.  t ���������  .nm  ,11-      t'   IIII ���������  [���������W']l ���������' If-  ��������� ���������|*a ni]..irij  rl  ���������>!���������;  I'i-"!'*  f'4      I.    '  loY I'i  Messrs. Lev  fre.shijK-nl-s.  OS: r.'il.i-i-i-d  C'l.-na   (I lr.ii-ii.  Abbnl t,  Kill  ;ii|i!    olhi'I-  lilllii'-l'oils In tiii "lit ion. i  Tb"ii comes the er'ilden vinevMiil    tin- I  * '  i!-il".m    I'ivcr.       Aililest     t.he    I'litir.',  ari'.i of Lhis river's bed   and   bench'-s is  miiiei-.-ili/i'd with   (lour  and  shot gold.  iind   (iiiL'gets   vvorlb   from   $1    to  $.'!T .  have   been   Uiken    out.      The   gold   is'J  slightly  rusty, vv'luch   is   chai ;icte.-i-i,ic- j ra.'v i ". ~'.\\-  of tellurium   b'-II^. had  not   enOii'-yi i" | '<" '-I. "i-i' l-  iiilerl'i-i-e, with the  ordinary treatineiil. i f,:",,r,V,,nj*  ������������������' '"���������"-'���������',"  ' | hii.irlini;-' -ui'! i'i i ,n-i'i  byamalgamalion. j rl,.!iW hu in. " in < <><,;���������  'j'he Lii'dcau itiver has (onl inuiilly | ).. oam .-ui'l r->,ii-!i:.! ,i I,  firoduced gold since IS.*<a, but bus only J non wal. ii.e-.i'i'. r,ii... ���������  been worked in tlie crudest way, and  good money taken out. Capital i'i now  being pud in, nnd wing-da mi, flumes  arid ditches built to handle the vvufer,  a-s the best, pny is found in Lhe present  river- bed.  Among Lhe iriimy crimp,'! ri ies who are  opera I ing on Lhe river the find we  come do i', (lie SI. George 'placer ramp,  [ l.iic property, of the Cariboo and Koo-  fcniiy Co., which consists of ! \ miles,of  ground, im which work has been,pushed  and dams build;... Thoy have also one of  '" \\" ,-  ( i. i ij ���������  U'h .1..,.  i.iw'   (  ,i   '^ M I,  nil',"'!!' .  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V, VV'OOTO'N,  ; .KcKiHli'iii- nf Jul lit Stodlc ,(.'i,iiii|iii.ill(.'S.  WILL ALWAYS BE A DESERT. ���������  Tho S:th:ir.i Gcn.-rally Above tliu K������rol of  tii*- s-WIl���������Xo i*h.������i.f.#������ of ������<-l....tllii������.  One fifth of tho >r&������lo African continent is Ucsert, t6# area being estimated by iir. RavenFteln at over 3,350.000  square iiiiles, of which all but a small  fraction is contained in the tract of land  popularly known as tho Sahara, says  McClnre's I*.Iaiia?.ino. ,"  Except for some school children who  know hotter, and 6chooL, teachers who  nro instrumental in that being so, tho  misconception of the Sahara, which ia  widespread, , would bo practically uni-  vorsaL Tho average man pictures'the  Sahara iU n vast soa of sand, for tho  most part below ' the sea level, across  which tho camel speeds before the poi-  Bon blast of the simoon from oasis to  oasis. Schemes for flooding tho Sahara  have como before tho public occasionally, ami wo havo rea.i nccoiuit.**. of tho  Viist inland eca which might bo formed,  rivaling the Mediterranean' in size, giving a southern coast to Morocco nnd  Algeria, and admitting steamers directly to tlie wealthy titates of tho  Soudan.  Tho Sahara, ns known Ui 'the geographer, corresponds badly with'this conception, for, - in fact, there is no risk of  tiio Vehip of the desert" ever being sup-  plan tea liy tho ships of tlie uoa. Few  parto aro below son level, and they nro  small and scattered.' In the interior tho  desert is'"a plain high above sen level,  covered' willi vast "dunes of red sand  ill many part-;; in others it ia, an elo-  Viited plateau with lofty mountain  ranges of burn rocks iutei o" ted by stony  v'.ilk-ys. 31 is arid, save w-iore a spring  bubbles up anil gives, rii-o to a small  on.-is of 'grass and palm trees. The,  Sahara proper is unknown except for a  ff\v trado ronton regularly traversed hy  Arabs and occasionally by adventurous  Earopeans. Thcso utilizo . tho oasis as  resting places, stepping stones, as it  were, an.'l kojp np communication between the wealthy Mohammedan statos0  ronii.1 Lake Chiul'in tho south' and Tripoli, Tunis, Aigiors or Morocco on tho  McditmT.n.Oi'.n. Between tho trade  routes all is a brink of sand or barren  ruck. ' Exploration is only possiblo  when wator, as;-well ns food, can bo.  carriod, aud -.his condition hoa pructio-  ally s*.oppod all attempts at discovory  for tho proaout, on ucconnt of tho great  o'xpeBBO and tho purely scientific nature  of the possible return. , A railway running from tiio French poBses.-ifoa-j on tho  Mediterranean across tho ilesGrt to Tiiu-  buctoo, tho ecarcoly known' trade, cou-  tor near the Niger, is talked of. Such a  line may bo constructed in tho future,  but the difficulties aro enormous; much  great or thau thoso overcome by tho  Russians in tho** Transcaspian lino  through thc deserts of Contral Asia.  * ,*l lloiiiui.co  Siit.ll..<i.  A cycling roinanco lias Vieon spoiled,  and so has a cycling coBtume, in one of  -tho ploasautest suburbs of South Loudon.- Last Sunday morning aa a ircutle-  man was wheeling his way, along.his  favorite country lano, ho graduidly.over-  ^. took n .lady, bicyclist attired in"the rational coiitumo which, for a w'oniler.'fbc  came nor well Eiegantly cut, faultloas-  . ly fmifahod. tho fair rider's attire, from  hat to gaiters, sjioko tho lady���������so far, at  'least, as &tylo wont���������and tho critical  spectator was fast becoming a convert  to the orthotic claims of tho now fashion, when tiie fair ridor wobbled, hesitated .".ml was lost in a ditch at tho Bido  of the road. Quickly ho rushod to hor  nshintimco, helped hor to her foot and  dusted ' her carefully down, tho while  sho thankeddiim in stammering accents,  for hit. c'duitesy. That voice Ihe thought,  where had ho heard It betoro? and ho  lifted his eyes toilers. Of course he.had  heard those tones���������they wore his cook's.  Ho forgot all about tho damaged bicycle, thing himbt'lf on bis own trusty  Gtucd 11 nil fled home to his wife.    ���������  Inquiries showed that tho errant domestic had a friend in service whoso  mistrtps was a bicyclist, and iu thc absence of hor employers from town sho  had allowed tho cook to burrow both  bicyclo and costume wherewith to cut a  dash. But tho turn of the wheel  brought nothing bat woo to its unhappy  devotee. Tliere is a vacancj' for a cook  in that suburban villa. No cyclistcds'  need apply.���������London Telegraph.  ,I/oolt���������li   nit-Urue!..i>:.   nt   N|>iili>i-n.  It is cu'itomary to kill the ordinary  hou.^e spiders, partly because'of tiio or-  roneoui. impression that they bito, partly on account of tho fact that they r\'h\  wel^s ''-ini accumulate dirt. While od-  ni'ttiug that cobwebs arc- undenii-iiblo in  our l.ni.'KM. would urjm that they aro  beautiful from a scientific point of view  raid ,:r.! iiiioirjectiouabliv winjii upon tho  ont'-i-ie of i,h'- liini-ie, They aro at any  time .'OJiily swept away, r.:nl there in no  o'-ca.-io'i to hurt tho harmlciii malrers  of them ; nor i-i there any re,mm mr so  doit.K eipeeially wlnjn we realize that  they only viiit us when in s"orch of the  iri'.o' i-. upon wlijr h they fob It i.s no  cxiifgri-.-i'tion to Hiiy that, luid uaturo  proviij. '1 neither spidorf nor any e<pii-  v,d'-:,t cli'-i ir iij-oa ini-e.- i-. the e ;iro  Ui.my p.-.rlv of tii' k'I"'''' mliabitu.l to-day  in ',-. uii (. mauloiid 1 ould  by no pi.n.-'hi|.  i^f   ll.'l!        'J il- I''! Ill-I!    llllllio,.rl    of    i peJers  in ti..-' *.'.-'a-!'i. iiii'l th'-ir iiice>-.H,uit war  nj^jii liiofijiiil"! and othei' small cren-  tn:-'���������. in an ii....siim,ihle benefit to tho  humi-n ri.'-o.  - Orl ;lu of llu- Word 11 <o I.-.V.  Trie m,r I ���������!',;, i( y, now a familiar ono  wir!, i 'ds ���������'. is i.iirivcd from tiio iiamo of  Iio'."!t i^O.i- -, in." of til', followers of  V.'ii!:.i!-i th'- .Norman. L'r- imci-ivciI a  jfiai.l of .'id', ii.!'- i.iii'lii on Ha- (-('iiilition  of tb" y-v.il/ fcnii'-.- of ;i tubli . loi.li of :i  ii'.i.!;i.i..'"' v.-i'i'i r.t tie- f.'lWit of .-1. Mii;h-  i;.-i. AuTi ,-"-i '-iy to the tai,lilo;i ol" tao  'tu.:'! t:u- !'..:iiM '.f -tho I)'t;y|..y fimiiiy  vi< r-"/t/'( it.ito;ii(������l to embroider and or-  namciiii the (juilreiit. taiilocinth; henco  thee c1(.;h������, tx'comirig curiosities and  iy. .lUw.lMliMj in iho courrtc of yoars,  wore ftt ."iiutli brought inio two rus nnj>-  kbii at the n'rynl talile and callod day-  leys.--Mew York IV ..-order.  ECIAL REDUCTION  ONE MONTH  Mi FOR SPRING STOCK.  -:o:-  WE ARE OFFERING A  " '   .       '       1 , ������  Discount of 15 pep cent.  ON THE FOLLOWING  LINES:���������'  Dress Goods  Prints  Ladies' Hosiery  Flannels  Cretonnes  Gents' Hosiery  -:o:���������:o:  THIS. DISCOUNT M CASH ONLY.  R������S������EILSTOKE STATION.  ���������r-wwawcjaciawe^iB^n. isanLSiJXMmi'r^MfA.VBS^rw^xam  T..X.  HAIG  !  '    NOTARY   PUBLIC   -   -, ,REVELSTOKE, B.C.   ",  Mining and Roal Estate Broker and General, Commission Agent.'  FIRE, UIFE AND-ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  Representative of the Kootenay Smelting & Trading Syndicate.  AGENT FOll TRdUT LAKE CITY, EVAfNSPOBT, KfASLO & NAKUSP  GOWAN  WHOLESALE DEALER'IN  WINES, LIQUORS ANP CIGARS.  EBVELSTOKE,     B:C  F^aaa^flnsssmra  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  ABUA1LAMSON B110S., Pkoi'rietoks.  ass  Telephone.  'BUS MEETS   ALL   TRAINS^ AND   STEAMBOATS.  FIBE-PBOOF   S-A-IFIE  CASH Rules the World I.  ���������     i  To contribute your mite in puling it  Save 5 per cent, on your  "   io        " "'  '  ii   . r        ������< a  l< 4,   (- " "  On all purchases over Onic Dollar.  Plour ancl Feed.  General Groceries.  Clothing.  Tinware.  GO TO  AND DO THIS.  Stockholm House:  JOHN STONE, PitoPiiiRTOR.  The Dining Room is furnished with the best the  Market affords.  ,T.||  If ''*'''"'���������  , The proof o| tho, niiinhrooin ia in tho  nisflnj;. 'J'iio iiiidertuker ilouo tho rent.���������  A(!;oii-< l'*n:i!ii-an.  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. , '    ���������  fffssSji'V UMWWW-F^Bgsg  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  PAGE  ���������������  o.  LOCAL ITEMS.  Bar silver an even 60c. tin ounce.  Frank LoCasto has moved into.his  new building on Silver street, Three  Forks.  Two of our advertisers are offering  big reductions in prices to cash custom-  el's.   See advts.  Mrs., S. Needham left on Thursday  for Donald on.a week's visit to her son.  and daughter-in-law. u  Mr. Kellie.'s bill for the better payment of wages will be noticed next  week.  C.P.R. traffic" receipts for the week  ending January 31sfc were $332,000, and  for the same week-last year $284,000.  Rev. E. Smith will conduct service  in the Presbyterian church to-morrow  evening at 7.30: -Sunday-school at2.30.  There are six buyers in the Slocan  district purchasing ore for smelters in  Tacoma, San Francisco, Helena, Butte  and Swansea.  The Misses Gibbons, who' have spent  a month in town as guests at tlie Union  Hotel, returned home to. Port Moody  on Monday. '  Owing to an untoward event in connection with thii-oliice several interesting articles and editorials are gone to  smash. -  Services at the Methodist church tomorrow at 10.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  Rev. O. A. Proeunier pastor. Sunday  school at 2.30. ���������   ,'  Raymond Allen, an old Ilcvelstokian  who "has been absent about two' years,  - returned ihere this week, and has been  enjoying the pleasures of the skating  '   rink," he being quite an expeit. ��������� .  ���������      Miss Mabel Thomson and her brother  Lome,   daughter  and   son   of J.   W.  Thomson  of Thomson's Landing, left  here, on Thursday night for Victoria,  where they will attend school.  P.'Burns, of Pei due & Burns, butchers  and cattle dealers, Nelson and Slocan,  has been .spending >a .few days along  the line gathering up a supply of beef  cattle'for his firm.,  Sixteen large cases, containing  hundreds of samples of birds, minerals,  plants and woods, have been shipped  from the geological museum at Ottawa  to equip the new government museum  at the National Park, Banff.  Miss'Bertha Johnson, who been employed for about two years at the Victoria Hotel, left'on Monday for Vancouver, where she formerly resided.  Her place���������at the hotel is filled by Miss  Mary Walker. .  A big snow-slide, occurred'at   the  Noble Five mine last Saturday.    It is  reported James Gillis is missing-and  that a man-named McKinnon is badly  injured. ' It is also reported that seven,  .horses were^uried  in   the slide.  Sheriff Redgrave" was in town last  Wednesday' on a combined business  and pleasure trip,1 and in the evening  enterUiined a circle of listeners with  his famous reminiscences ��������� laughable  and otherwise. . . .  "The Revelstoke Porcupine's" letter  is too palpably pi.(in a hit at the inuch-  talked-of attentions some of our gallants are bestowing in certain quarters_  for publication. It would fact like a'  bombshell in this extremely moial  village. ' (  Mr. Picard's Final Effort.  Sir,���������Mr. Macaioni likes to hear  himself talk about his knowledge and  books. He is " slackening up" on his  water scheme. Perhaps he has forgotten about it, as he says ' he has forgotten more'ab(.ut hj'draulic engineering  than I ever knew, arid I believe he has  forgotten a great deal.  . He evidently has neither sense nor  principle to keep him from throwing  up small private matters under an  assumed name. He is still laboring  under the delusion that he knows my  plans, and I'suppose it is useless to  contradict him, as when once an idea is  fixed in his brain it cannot be effaced  except he forgets it.   ���������  He is proving1 himself to be what I  said he was, viz., a selfish crank. He  does not offer to put his scheme into  execution, and'would not work it, if he  could. He shuffles'Out of it and talks  about comparing books with me.  As fo.' perpetual motion, I have  worked at inventions, and will, as long  as I plca>o. 1 do not think it has cost,  him anything as yet. It shows the  ignorance of the man, who goes back to  such things in order lo gel ,his blood  cooled off. ,*\yhcn a man gets so low  down he4 is,likely to finish by hiding  his knowledge behind a stone wall in.  the, quite retiteineiifc of a lunatic  asylum. This will be the last notice I  shall take of Macaroni's witty attacks.  Thanking you for your valuable space.  Feb. 4th, 1893. ED. PIC'ARD.  SOUTH SEA LEGENDS ON FIRE.  ���������; Supplementary Estimates.  The. supplementary estimates for  1S94-5 were brought'* down this week,  "the total amount being $32,305.41'. The  most important items are: $0, (XX) for  additions, repairs, etc., to the- insane  asylum, New Westminster; $1,000, in  addition to the $10,000 already ex-'  pended ami voted for Provincial Home,  Kainloops, and $10,500 for vai ions road  work in Wesc Kootenay.,  Among the items of the supplementary estimates for 1S95-G are : $1X30 additional for court, stenographers ; $300  in aid of a resident physician al Midway, East Yale; and $500, in addition-  to $500 already voted, for travelling  expenses of Board of Horticulture.  A. Whale and nn Air Unison  E.-ieh Belle-red to Have Ori^:ii,it������-d I Lima,  ,, The S<-ut.li Sen  I->'a .tiers   tell a, enriom  story (if the ougin of fire.     If   they aro to  be believed., wive  tin. St.   Lou:-. H,-pnblio,  they oaiae in post-xstnin-i   of ii ,:t useful 6lo-~  metst in  the   follow ng i!::.iiu.-r:    A great  "whnie wh-. mic" wasned is;m:e nj-nn one of  their i-doud-.  during   ;ht>   prev.-il. nc- of a  terrible hurricane.  ' The   mi-nsur   became  ent-ngled in a glove of tailor.' trees' (a species of evvi\jree:iB   who'-e   bruuch<-a   easily  ignite), and   -while  gnashing liii  teeth in  his   impotent   rage,   struck   off     a spark  which   lighted    the   grove   and  conuumed  both,trees   . nd    whole.     Files   which are  6aid to have  been j erpetniit'-il-  since   lho  day of the "great whale   fire"   may yet b������  seen burning inrmany parts  of thr inland.  Anutiuir tiro legend,  believed   iu 'by' the  Inhabitants of tho islands  to  the north of  tho ones in which the   "great   whale   fi-e"  is prem-rved.   is   to   lho effect tt.at a  great  air dragoni (probably   lightning)  breathed  upon u tnllu-.; tree nnd   t-et its l.ninche- on  fire.    K:- tu tii.-  coals   left   from   tniB fire  they lentui.-d of  its great   vniu.-,   mid have  evtr siuce  u.od lhe  elem-ut tor domestic  purpobea ai.d in their religious ct-ri'inoiii'-*-.  They a!������o have u tr.ii.'itioii   tlint  the   time  will come when the dragon  will return for  the fire, and that   no   man   will be able to  witliutand him and save  the  altered --park  except   ho   be   a > person   bom   with pink  eyes; fair skin and   white   li.tir.     For this  reason the birih   of  au   albino   ia always  hailed as a good onion, and his or her person guarded   with   jeuious   cure,   so   as to  preserve lire to its utmost limit.    Marionette liientioiis seeing a   "fire gotl"  or "fire  guard" (albino)   while  on   his visit to the  islands, who   wuh   believed   to Iio at least  150 yours old. and  who had' i������i.vny������s' boen  'provided for by the tribe.  'Reffiiiet>que, who made South Sea Island  myths und iegend a study for y ar% io of  the  opinion .hut   the return of tho dragon  for his fire is  nymbulic  flight of the i-pirit*  of   death and the  During   1S9-1 Canada   exported   to,  England 23,811 tons of hay.  ,  London   consumes  480,000  tons of  fresh meat- in a year  and   75 tons   of  eggs a d.iy.  delighting his  numerous friends with  his vocal powers.   He spent last season  prospecting in the lower country with  considerable success.  Johnny Neilson   left������with   his   dog  - train on-Thursday morning carrying a  large mail for Big Bend.    He. is accompanied, by E. Kinman and  is running  four dogs this trip. --The snow is in fine,  condition,  and tne bright   moonlight  renders the nights .almost equal to day  . in brilliancy.  Fred Allen,',who has beeii training a  team of dogs to run in harness,' foi  some time past,,has obtained the Government subsidy for carrying a monthly  mail to Trout Lake, and left here this  week with his dog train for the first  round trip. The road from the North-  . east Arm to Trout Lake is said to be in  ���������excellent condition for dog travel.  The Y'.P.S.C.is. will hold their usual  weekly meeting on Monday evening.  Subject���������"Bcomingas Little Children."  ��������� All are welcome. On Monday, ISth  inst., there will be a "Badge Social,"  in connection with which a short programme will be presented, and a good  time i.s expected. Admission���������Adults  25c., children"-15c.  A correspondent writes us concerning tbe use. of a six-inch water main as  mentioned by' Mr. Tapping, and says  the pipe which supplies Montreal with  \vuter is IS inches diameter. We nlay  add for the information of our'correspondent that the pipes which supply  Toronto with water are over five feet  in diameter.  In the Trail Creek district the  Campbell-Payne placer mines are being  vigorously worked, and a number of  claims nearby have been located lately.  These mines are located 10 miles east of  Boundary City. The company has just  completed a "lease with the li. 0.  Government for 100 acres for a term of  years. The first clean-up is said to  have netted $1 a day of six hours to  the man.  Owing Ui the absence of Bro. Geo.  Newman, N.G. elect of the Revelstoke  Lodge, 1.0.0.F. at the installation  ceremony, we could not publish the  full list of oflicers. The following  brethren are oflicers of the lodge for  the ensuing year : Bros. Geo. Newman,  N.G.; R. S. Wilson, V.G.; A. Stone,  Secretary; R. Ilowson, Treasurer; C.  Lindinark, W.; J. I. Wood row, R.S.  N.G.; W. Wetniore, L.S.N.G.  The Church of England Synod of the  diocese of Westminster will meet in  New Westminster on 20th inst. to elect  a successor to the late Bishop Sillitoe.  Rev. G. Ditchani, senior clergyman of  the diocese, will preside. It is considered doubtful that the Synod will  succeed in reaching a choice, in which  case thi- election of a bishop will devolve on a committee of five bishops���������  Bishops Perrin and Ridley and three  others to be selected by the Synod.  During tlie soft weather in the early  part of the week snowslides al Olun-  williain delayed trains on the 0. P. R.,  Tuesday morning's mail arriving here  on Wednesday morning. A great number of men were-employed in clearing  the track, some accounts stating as  many as 1,(XX), iome of them being  drawn from logging camps near by.  Tbe men worked day and night  and were paid 30 cent,1; an hour.  Trains from the east have also been delayed several hours every day during  the week, in some instances by .snow  on lhe plains.  WAN'TED���������Pushing Canvasser of good 'address. Lilicr.il salary and expenses paid  weekly. Permanent, position. imOvVN MtOS.  CO., Nurscrynion, Portland, Oregon.  HELP WANTED  expenses, with increase if suited. Enclose reference and bcll-iiddi-esscd stainped envelope.  ���������        .        . ' .THK DOMINION',  Si)S 317 Omaha Building, Chicago.  HALCYON SPRINGS HOTEL,  ARROW   LAKE,  IS now open, at these celebrated hot  , springs, for 'the accommodation of  guests.' Rates SI.50 to $2.50 per day.  Baths 25c. each, or five for SI. Special  rates fo families or by- the month can  be arranged.  DAWSON,  CRADDOCK  &   CO.  W.-A. JOWETT,  MINING AND REAL ESTATE BROKER.  NELSON,  B. C.   '  Lardeau & Slocan Ppospocts Wanted.  Inland Construction & Development  Company, Ltd;c  Head Office : 521-523 Cordova Street,  Vancouver, B.C..  25th January, 1805.  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.  rnAKE NOTICE, that all' accounts  .L outstanding against the Inland  Construction and Development Company, Limited, must be rendered to me  in full detail at the head office of thc  Company, in Vancouver as above, on  or before the 15l,li day of Februarj-,  lSi).">, or in default the Company will  not be liable for payment of same.   -  W. CURTIS SAMPSON,  Sccrofarv-Tren surer.-  Full line of Ladies' & Gentlemen's  BOOTS & SHOES  H. H. COURSIER'S.  y        Sclmico ami Soup  Uuhblo*.  Why is it lhat the ouiors of a  soup babble change as the film gradually   altera   in  thickness?    Another con-<e of color ia horo  Involved���������that of interference.     If a Rtone  bo thrown into a smooth   pond   a  circular  'wave la produced,,gradually, widening toward tho   edge   of   tho   poud; if a reoond  stone be thrown   Into   the  pond 'n second  wave will be prodaood, .which   will Inflo-  * ence tho first. ',' ,    ���������  ��������� ' If the stonen are droppod In Bitnnltane-  oualy tit, the rnimo ������pot,tho waves will jnitt  bo doubled In height; nnd U tho second  stone bo thrown In exactly half a vravo  longth behind tho first the motion of tho  wavo will bo destroyed.  ' Similarly with light; when light impinpo*  on tho soap bubble part of it,' it in reibs.-ted  from tho exterior narface, and part eutera  the film and is reflected from tbe iut-ei ior  Burfuce.'       , ��������� ''  -This latter portion ,traverses tho water  medium between tho two Ftirfr.c������a twit.,  and is therefore kept behind the Crsi' ro-'  fleeted ray. Tho two Bets of wave,, hutr*-  fore"with each other,' and iiro'oce a tol-  'd'rsd light instead of a white light.- Other  ^..waVvji,' again, may destroy ������aoh oilier and  extinguish tho light. '    l '  '* Some of tho constituent color* of the impinging white light���������formed by iheir paa-  Bilge through the film���������intt-rfi.ro so aa to  destroy pach other, while . thorn "remain  u iiitl-.-i'ied. As the film ditninisliew iu thioa;-  liesu, tho colors must neoessiirily vary.  In-this1 way is accounted for the marvelous variety of beauty and colors in the  bubble, iridihoence ot oil upon wuti-r, tempered wiih'the gaudinesa of boiuo insect's  wings.���������L-'iigman's. t  Oldest of All Gmiik-s.  CheRs players with a tarn fur the hlitory  of their strategic amusement will he interested to learn that all the hypotheses a������ to'  the origin of the game have suddenly been  "lUati-d" by a recent extraordinary di������-  oovery in E^ypt. It wan generally assumed until'now that the anoient Indian:, hail  invented cht-ss; that it was introduced from  India to P< rsia in tho sixth , century, and  that liy the Arabs, and that in consequence of the Crusaders It spread from  east' to west. L '  It.is true that the Chinese���������who invented many things in time long ago, but  which had afterwords to be i-vinvented in  Europe���������ae-ert thut they can trace chew* iu  , their own country to a)>out 200 years bo-  before'our era. Now there oau certahilvc  be no doubt that in--the character of the  figures at present used, and in s-itne of the  words counect-d with the g.;.uio���������such iw  "ohnck" (hIiiiw) and "matt," or unite���������an  Indian, Pei-Bian and Arabic influence U  traceable.  But here comes news of tho lato*t excavations on the pyramid fields of S .kkarn,  whioh have brought to light a wall painting ou whioh a high' official is represented  as playing ahess with a partner at lho time  ol the government of King Tela, who lie-  longed to the sixth dynasty. Pri'f. Dm-  ghi'h, coirectlng lhis chronology, puts It  back to still greater antiquity, namely to  thc your 3300 B. C. So that chest would  havo boen known in thc(once mysterious  land of Mizr.iim somethinglik-j 5,200 years  ago.���������New York Sun.  Thu Wealth ..rthn Notion*.  An estimate regarded as reliablo places  the nggreuato wealth of le.iding countries  at thu fol'owing figures: United States,  $60,475.000,000; Great Britain. $43,fi00,.  000.000: Franc. $40.300.000,00U; Ger-  many. S31.COO.000,000; Rn-si.i, $21,715,-  000,000; Austria, $1S.0G!5,000.000; Iialy,  511.705,000,000. No other imt.ou is credited with more than $10,000,000,000. The  next in rank to Itidy is Spain, with $7,-  5)65,000,000, while Greece, tho last and  lowest :n thii classification, U given bat  51,055,000.000.  Kx trao rill nni y   Adulteration.  Wood pulp has lii-eii put to many nsea,  but the must extraordinary is in adulter-  at:ng woolen yarn. A way of (spinning  the ] nip has Ik^-ii discovered, and tho product can Ik' c nibbled with wool in making y.-iru. in the proportion of ono part of  wood to two pnrt������ of wool. Much of the  coni'vo-iio yarn R'.id to hav<i beou made  into ''us ��������� ry, and few complaints as to  wt-iir ii.ivc Ly.-n re, L-iv.'d.  THE PLACE TO BUY  iner^ supplies,  roceries,  ,f i  rovisioiis  HARDWARE, STOVES  AND  ERCHANDIS  IS AT   '     ���������'     '  I  a  N GENERAL -MERCHANDISE  EOCENE IN, BARRELS AND CASES.  PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL IN CASES.  enirer  f    A  ������LHTO.S  riiKIEE ���������'&  ffB j_jffLjB,  POST-OFFICE I STORE.  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'.'p'ii'iiifjr.-'.ia-i a:i;l,i!upjK'e$s��a' iijiiyveiyif;.'./-���/
,;V,:fBiifc.p"f tyi'b; iniyV: B,ijcl\' ;i��*<V;jifv-,!ihi:':t;!>okV
f triiilf V.tffbi;y a Jbi^gefV^hb:^';;^
; t p^i^-in,::! iyuivaki t^^
ii.iilp ���jvt.ii'of.'.circuii'iatimbes
a<-\p ui litisi.;kie,/Vtli.of;-;pl:icoyjyfh ArA.:. iy:'*oc;;
Vcuriie.'/I'iisy!ifo.'ia;:d fhiibiiisi.fvfft'-'eVoyA
tod V t(i tl ie -M t V g's'.:pibcurc-tm^
of'kin^:i:rid.;t:iGfli^irs of ftlie v'tiV'vaM.O/Vi-ere.
A��:��!'% 1 idf'-.'"-'vA-to, thaktv;^!ii-ii^Ai;-pv^.;;V;.,
/::;L:Vceyti-n.Vij|):iije.apppiii!(j(l.: ayjcinaivl'for,
z i'q*:ie(il \ i ;iii i li'V; Vtlio'i \\'i ttifjsribs i/f ('.r':!: ii^iV [5 :f(j:-ip-^
f'^uiiuiAn v'ilf i'lif t iie, liiai'viip't V'aboS-yf jiiet;.-yil>-/
i��;e.l;':; bdiViv lie ;\VW/a>uud;^!U;V .niioc-r-nty
i't iiiii - ii^::. r-V >>; ^"o >'.:'. i f i}-;1 t li��. :'i'vc3)fcJ-f ^. 'tf> .1";.- kW* t'��* * n*Vv ->V-* *���**���""���
, fit- '-oi'iVeiVy... /iifiybViboenf '-"cuiin i.id lite'V/ inn,;
���."'si ioii i <d y by i tifisiiifii ty; f fbp; -.Aviisf',, bar i a.l; in-;
'ton'sei?i;.-< ti'-'d^jrounil; Vv -' i'".VVVA;V:..V;vi .V .: ,Vf
*P!'ir;- tiiVf-Ti'-siirvef the:eailay'i>^ fr.r ",tibp fjiivT
��� tir-l i(!'fiVrvb''1fyhe'tii,fl:���whicii><,i;i!.e,'t,i^i<is'.''
. t ;|e'Aw;n:.,,;;. I.:!>.v��i3 fbrviiU guii'iyf.''be;ffi'nigh't ���
-iiu.f osy!pe.p^!iVishn(e!lLVVyQaeticell.il.tf:;^e:;v
ce^Ktiy, o:y(:Uxh:p:iL.ri!g, brf'''saltiag."f ais :|
K'-.'.v^i yrjiiv-it./iy ,/,-,y V", 'V ���A' .77 "yj 'hyAyy ';���. ,:.''���;]
,""������',":* ���iA;;y'i!^ frorn^the; pld: records ..that j
.tiiyo!;<:;*;:aio::'andi taate'riais ��� iis^d' ycvyeA
'liy for!ij-:vii::':Tiie yisCera'-'pfj. ���thy.' Cfiii-il.-V
tiii;v��-i.i .aiidVabdoi'iiaaiAt-ayitii-s; \v
plica] Ktiories, qr'sceue^; frPtiii i'tiip.liybs of,
!��� ��� the'VBi'ii���;ts,''���'������ The .Gfnii'e.ttp'siVf^rit:^r'.',;do-',,'
!���'��� 6t;riljbs 'tlieir origin  to tho'yiriverition of.
Kufc SniBfiliod tli��:'C.ir.y.\ .fn.Iow IJccause ITo.
,.''���'-.:'",.-,''���',���,.'.V.-,.���':���. -'.'.��� ;:. U'ot.ti'.i/A;.r, .,'���'���';:'���'���.:''������ .���)':���;;.���.. ';:.'���'���;'���...?
,VByfflHs!'tih'ie a chbckvlitrgefieiiongh to ���
cbyer;tl:efepst of���' a winiiow::piiiiein 'pi'ie'j
pf tii e^ if iiy ���'' dw-c 11 es o i 7 the .������.. New' (Yy r k,;''
New.'l-l'isv.on;,:iii'��i Rartford. llailro-iilviias;
.doubtiasif.'b'eiiii receiyeid at Hlie^ofiiees'of
,.tl!:!ii:c(V:jViiifry.V;jf'The:fBigiiaturb 'tdfit isv
prpbii:/iy';t-n:it''bf-aiiiau/ \y.!i(i3eVna,i'jyto'-,..
anV-iiiionnt ���'Kiiilicient'iftbi-buy iif.whblof:
ciir.vpi;.''eveii:aji entiro triiiif},slbeb:n6tive'i
inciuded.'VVThis'il how*,: tbo.''ctiebkfca.iue,
��� fto'b^-Beiifc::--,',;:if ��� -fiwfV ''."* 7X7X7"f'V'iVfV .ffA'iyVv
vfVJii-aitrain.f that/ left,,.tlie .Grand Cent-;*
ralfDopoti; f��beutlyf we're Vspata'dVtvyb ,
geiitleinen'ii, one directly Vin������/rpnt.Vipf
the iitber. ��� Beta wefpfvyell 'difossedif iTsib
it A EY 1A R E 'CERT Al N vf IN DI C ATO RSf, OF
:.,,. ... -,.-, ir ���,..���, ������ ��� ���'.���.,,- -������ a,' ,Keiit!.,.'!iiitnli5i' front, nad,, tiio. ci.lnv self;.
i Iliedui-iQ or iiedford.during.Ins regency.,���";'>. ������������-.. '-*������������" ���"-. :'\ > ������������      ���������  ,. ���>��� '.���������>.,������������      ,-
. ���-;���: -'.. .��� -A ,,.....;..,,  -,           ;���'!'     '.--' ���.-." ��� '���    - ! coiitiiiiitfiMua-ii-ner of-i a   web bred jnan.
! ot i?i-Yij-,f.-o, utit" they, contir.ue.1. ln.use/ifs.v,, v-y:y; y ... , ������.-.���������.:.���<;; ... -���. ;.;; ������������.���������.��� ���...4,.:���:
y.',/ y.yyy..; >������ . . .;���������. . Jy -.' ;.;,.���:,.���,.. ,.,.,' vine of-her tne xi'..-.?,yrtir ;. of ca person who,
, Jong atrer.ti'.o day. On a i.'inttoi-tiivlOO ; , -,- . .: ,,��� . ; .��,:.,,7' .,:���'.: . '���..:������
! 4, ?..���-. ��� ���-������ , !,��� , , '������ ������'���. i '������yy'-. ������, ���' ���.������'������- ,v ���;,., 1 'deems, nnnsplf or- corftider.-ui-Vii-npcn d
j feet loiigi placed in ./tbeptreet o;iposuo  ;       > ������"���-������       i'     >
j./.tl'ife'froyitV-'jjniHeo,- tIj;e;v.'��lukdf.rd'prc��sentoii-"',f;'|i
'AjjyA iwithfli'yirig". ffi'gu'r&f;.: the pasidon iiis it ia -'A
f.) d\: ;���:; i"ho\vn   on' tlie fsto'no ^buriourij pf.thoV
"'" ''" ,.bhbir:brNotre.vDafiipV.iy"/'yv:/:ViVVVfy/
; ���vliiftiibVreiii^
tbblf:tho���liyi'ntc'p'fturea were;the imbfst; c
iuthp.par/biisiiles' the/persons'mention;.
ed:''.aii.i<'d'ozendibi:V8eataVre!iiiiined uiipC:,,
.if-lUf'iti^--���'V''iA*VV'^V;ffyA';V'.-:Vyyv'Vy'VV'VV/y "v;;.--;;���; v',., VV--'-'
Vv/VAs thpVtrain'riishbdVbu^
iintoftiip'siiiiiigiit'of iiii uiiufsnaliy,bright
'At,,; Least
���'*,.': riisliion
,?/'tate��t:; ,
���    People./
Soy Say Some A rtlBtB-^How
' Distbrtu. jSatiii-o���Oixo ,' of tiio
Fads A Vamonif V V the V'.' Wealthy
���I IV-
Vt'iC'iailar'ilV'riiv'of littoet Vadiii-iiiiiientAand. iv- .- ,      ��� v , .������   ������ ������-���'���,-, ������>., !.,���.       ,,,,��� .,
it.i*ei>,nbViaStomaryV ftoAb;?ildVbootimA|^
���for their reprosPntHtibn, all
i^ipsiies VV of A,;.:taoV.V?pipbeR��i')!is.AV .fThosb;
��� lf(irtiv:(-'ithcf>a't.ibries of scciieB-tellihg'One.
i"8lpiy:.:br;t5ie;subje(*ti3iVcpinposed Vwpuld
.'tiiakeVd^tiichedvaiiilvindepbii'dent: allb;'i
fgoriosf .vfSpnietitnbs���- asdu .tiio if crtipiiis-V
Vioirrfvyhbre ;ifgiveii.si'tti.tti'db'-would be too;
; diincuitt Vpfvipbri^riii:>nce--;\yaxV'fig!ire3j
'Ayeryaddodfto^tbo Hying grPnpsi'V';EySi-y.
(3iiarter:'cf.tiipi town A arid VeiichV corpora-^
; tipnfwaiy> iii trus tod f iw j th Ae tlie:'f iny Piitloni
f andftheigefctfbigjup 'Vpf'Vsbiae(,:pictiiro,"V
,.ce! lsVi t -res vi 1 ts V wore V bbta i ned A- V-To ';��� tiiefi
vFiglit/eer.theipffeety wasiVta /-if.heffv-ereV
; ;pai��ing/tbS ii? gli VaVga 11 bryy of 7 piiiiii t i'iigaiVi
ycpiist^ilated, witli^goideitstaiis
Vtliofyirgin;aiid'ftii(i:Viiivini?;:f ch:iid-f'i'a';tlib',-v
'Xeatrb;siii-ririjiidedf by?a;cupirpiVasigeliiV
:,Eypi.i tbe,Trinity;was spinetiiiiejjfshbwfn.ii;
Vinia-'istlihe'e^tyyibt-piiiirlert is'iifii'inalfiiJTv f
i'lr e'iire i'ii'bid 't!: :i' t ;y,Uie'Vpic tii reif vi.-ieltidwly'
VHb.iyViipiriuj^bc^.hb.iappiJl.feii 'shdifi onfii;
f twbi,stSrjVVipl!ii,,f;;yrib;/'bf/V tlie vt-iii;oi';Aa^,
:''Dpiiri,cW:rife'iiti btfchoinatiyity yfo- t!i��;isliepy
f represwhr^lV;: ���t'hii'...-f liistf'y' jud g;i ibiit.ViVyrith ':'���
1 ntiaferff-mabailf anil/StifMieiiiiiilVihf.t^V
;coatrbV'w.ei.giiHi'ifVsbnla. V'���'':'
aliiu""'thb!'":I'i;;*������&'��� ���'"^U'M'PfVT' VAyiniuiue.yiiitp.r   u
n     ��� "" :,fps'5};,.!:ian..'ir6!io/:,l(;aiib.i-)byer,'m
���atcoiititftiVto : thpyactyforfa ifiiiinto.jiiidi"
; then,;'iiaithyngii liitvirig,; juaf'fdbwdyeribd
/that'V Uioif,wiiido\y,f'wits Vdb'wii, f raisbdV it
ingiiin'.ysii':] weiit;bil-;reiulu)jifv!vVfVif   ifiil1' ''V
other, liibyiiili.ibpni-, inbeasJlyViniiusiHeafc;
.-".;��� >;-.l?ii;i.iil lyV.JjV-g-Iiihc'ptl,. tow�� ^'i'.'i-V'.ti.ifv.'ii'^dipAv;,.;.;-.
iyias; iii'ifffi)ieylp;ist) i;udiei!Vftbii)icV;fup/;i:bi!-y
'it'ishiiiXiVrfiViithe wititlbw������yiVnbfanil iiiibbkVf
... ./��� .     ..... ,',������    ���:.���/. y....T'      ........  ���./.'���- 4   :,:.:...   ,,,..������ .1. ..... ���  ./......���:
bis. ea:;e;ini;tiiofcpvners*tbpki;upliii news
���p-ipoff a iK'Vrcirfumed :i ^
���: .:-",'.-'::it _,i ii' ���;.fi'!.��iivifi I Vt f ti l'.iii f-Hii o,,5 je'pii iiii n cd,'. piffor.ts.
Bpfiptipiifof tbeififiiSyiViiiiiuv'^ffftediiasibbf
\viuiyiooili;Vtiiia:i-- ext'raordiiiai-fi Dfobepd-;
vV'i: i;'V-V;':I''.>V.V'ti;��ii;'ftnVe<li^Vt,r,'^<V-V';iV.;,Vi';'.
Vte:nper;itureeni]ui^iiii)leyvo;,U(Vbe aidniainV;
f iiPilpi'ig'.ir-.fi.VIii' liuiiihier tho..l&fVe0VcVe.iiii,-/..
y iiyceMiiryAyandVV ifreiiueiitynpriuiilinga1:
fVbi-(i;it IV.' ftb'A'ri f -��)7 f i;;.m ii yy th e iiiiy; iA,t ���e.ybryV:
Vcbi-i ier iyfgii i jit V el t^f i^
;: ondywiiifiybovwrfniA
yftin,Vas;iit -fpiays jn/sl.birbsfaniivr'iviiyttrantsf/
!:i.h'ay'n';.it ;bes''(i^
.vpar/itiis,;. litit i.feAiia"���,',,isiyjii'pfa.snr:ilAyi''rl/ctteif'':*
^thaiy."npfthijig,., :even: :with'yi^-i,,'v-hirVii:iHl
���':buzzV , Liythe.'i'streetsi/the, noiwivwovil(l
i pass iiiii noticed and , only-yUie' retrpsiii jig
, epiiictVpf tiie, current of airfwbiili.lbe'fVilt.-
If Bhe>riiled siiury'iiJ iiiie probiblyifvyonid
Knbwieiibngh or would ilelVrit*'enough of
iscieapfj.'���',-aad''-Vmec.haiii't!S to utiiisey-tlta
electric light,,iipdwer,;and uiake.,it db;a
Vl'itv':,'fbryypjic6 ;ihiitfi the?camora
|y V.IM fy f ���; y f pryV 6 ri c b1 ���.; 1 h
ACeiidijwasfnbt pnVhiiiitlVtp presbryedtifori
Vpostej-itv.iVv,iBt3C he, wits nbty and' bo , ho;
���IV'*-   ���,.���...���,..���./���..-.   ���-   ,1 ..-.'.."v. .....V- I1- -'���    ���.���'.������::., ...,-...,...���.,.,    .,.���,   ���,.,'.,
^hovyhpflbbkedViV Altfseeiijedyatiriinesf'naii*'
1- a iwpr d-i- wits tit teirod a bp\vey eiy f by iei th er.7
yA. AtfiiarclimpntfiVIanpr the,f serene inairf
Vyflt is'saidiby prominent artists and welK
.''kiipwnclnrpjiodistfiithati a.truly .perfect,
fbpt, ifrpniVaniyRrt.i!3ticfHtandjipiht,Aisyafi:
���irarb'.Viioiyadiiyg'.f, li's.v^
; Wbpiv' we reiiieniborthpfatjipusbeauties
, ofOlden'tinieH, whoseffeeti>y-erbtbn'deriy.
';)ciired'-forfi'ainl'ibxqiUKit'Biy f sltapbd.ythis,
:..;��� ..Thorp.iwafynp.'n.viC"tion, iii'thpspi'artvi
Ibviugidnya.uffwhat liiiKbcf islibe tpfbuy.;
co'thatoiiefri foot'would ii*,H(j\y;plT.t'b..the/
beat tii] viii11.-igo.i.���:fl Teleii 'of Tt^by,;; t<> \yluwof���
beautihiliaiiiiVBliajielyfifi^cit; i-iiiinviisf'iri-y
innuiiiei-abje' Verb writtbiiAwpulili liiiyp/
:l'iben.hbfr:'i!';()ii';'i'tthe>iigh'i; c > f;; t, li b a y or ii;|p:
: iiio(Ieni^fopr;VaiiilA,vbiildy j'irbiiiibl\5'Viiii;yby
i;beeri i/iiirowny ituovcbiiyuloib!!aV,1pyiiciir"
���thb;Va'i'iiriiiiii'yspbrifcf Pachy'w^bkfVnt'ytbb./
77' Tha'c pur'-'Avoineri'i of ��� tlie* ljeltbr clasa,
V Lii&V'l'ptit'. tlitiVi' f��n-iiipriy-iaiiiiiri iii<ii.'i-tui.t (iV)lpi
:faet.-A Ayprpniin'ci^ pii
yfrienda ft lie vswebtbstfVvdai^
/plaiitferj paKt.Pf /.avfppt,': vwh icii,'Aishby'db.-:i
'.'.'oni.'ceri'f'(!i.'''^('i vrtvl-'iirrd^^^
/(dibiFif* id. itpfiiayeybtyri^
foiib: l^le^dfwi tlif iir ti a tibf,cni*yb3, Viiiit
'���fpptiiHiaa'iiiiiieh itiiiiciitiiypfbfyperiibii'ility?
/iibrfbi:: - i hef iiiiii ri'isirs ffpriiiyArt iif^fif it��tpr ;liei'iiyry'
i'mndp awiiirboiVwbi^
{^rvof the;'model fbyf^
flines in'.iityr-ip^ynfprettyifeerVfatc'A't.li'i.ti-^i
':brebdifig;: aiid'aystraightfipiiVyiifit'-biirse^
likjiiii pff?!!-e!r>\-itliybeViiiiJn'iiyii^isiiiiire
; i;i^iVvpfy,flili:p.:iifblb;iii;eU. 'stifiykVanilyifVit'
A 'cocpl'v'oncK*, that liivi;])w;-i'in:q;'ift, ,.
(j'l.-u-iv-'e.yaiid split.' About tlieir d.^ii.    ii.1 ,;'���',;
I3o Vaid :';'''"'.'Tia lami),"V " 'Tia muttoiir shof
;��� '''���; . M-!ed :^v'-'-'. Ay;:/V ;7>':'; 'yf,, VyyVji 7^ 'iVy.: yi
''Arid;.i*oo'.l piuttonV too, and;na;Ujji>t besldo."  ''
Alii'., fi'.iiilty, as ttiincs ��tpw worse;.'?   '    .'     ..,y
' 'I'tiei; j'ijij .iirtl to law and K'.it u; divorce..,y
'���Syh'ftn seven lonf; years liadpageod awr.y. i;' y
Tli.jy chanced, iu 1 goixtliaiiiorito'iiioot one
'AyAyi^yiAvViVyAy fvVA :.f:f'fV!.V;!;i;:tViiV'',V,:i!;f JV
iA5id,,t'licr.(thov,ia!iroah;'thohat',oh!;t to pvaer7)'A7A-r
i^KitiiV'io. lovci'iiu(l;ii55a.in:to luari-yVvvyyi.iy-'ViViV/f
Thcyi YrWi-e;n'i:tri-ii;ft. tl.i'cniihiit^vei-y.'niiih^'VV'/V'i.'iV
^N^.IIlflio'iivSbl'^iaijiiiiietisfuUiind; bright. V
lilut.ut breukfst.st-ijiio:iRsii(li!wii.ti si. port, of -jeer:
"'rti'dti .,\yias''iuuitbh,,; yotii kuo��vy my i doareBtii
/i.ydeiii't^'i'/iA- 'VVi'yi,''i:,.:;.'.yv*. .'iy.:i'iy-y,..1!.',"1;7;"y.77:
/,. ���;,,,//��� .If./v
;,A Stcto, Kiit.ij;��<)l.>KlKt  Oiv'oK Some  Points V
;y.vV;;y./y.vy-1;' toyiio.iiNoic.'.iiim".*.;'///; ������:.yyyy:y;:./ii/i:
''���'���Ai Thdsp notpripus/Houflphold pests' btiif-,V,
falp 'booties;: nip thUffandif iiii'l 3,7, hiivb Vf ur-Vy
ynish'.cdyiii'iit'.'ri.fil *fpr ayrejicirtV'byyKfatb ;f
iio. Vi.Tbp, f(,iiowingyabf.ti'i!(!t!ifyoniiifiioif
yei-JpifyVy.i f'y,;;���', .'���',,'iiyyty.y'-yyy.^j.-ivy.^-.j^.yy,,,:
;dri;Tr;:b!.iii:i,'''pf ytho. biiffiiiii ibiii'tlo^indy;'
'find 'no
oi-e.suecbfipfnl iw-iy; iof l;i!i,'iiiiigi
frbiiii'itliein'fitiiiiiiVby'ji. yi-rv
���'���waft(:!>���;���';for *;tlioiyV 1 ;t*��>ili-is'.'ti'ii
tt..AU    ,1 IV til. CI WL. }���,   Il..;.,,ll1>lli4 II I III., itllii,. ,11,11.-4
vdibates,'/ thpyniajprity; of; i'i.Khionkblp:
fA iiii on 1��;i't fib teryiVbf bad; j niiippd i iiitbf a
i li'iiiilsbnieVLi.iriibiitfandi was Bjii-iiiiiig'up
:iliie;rb:-i'd. iy-Tihelfussyinan.difl''ii<>fc lcicik.y
VHidVhtid, iiptycotit^i61 iti:of ..hi.'iifcSin'a'of i)b-V
;wilderingi; auiazbmeut.-^VHiew- York Ad-
,yertiser, ��������� ;y.'_'���- ���������'���,-.'7)7.���.������ ������'-'),  'ff f f V.A,/.;fifV'yi
y^. ,;y,. .,:iii.vi'-orpjo't hiiiinoif..yA ..'.''yy.*;
i'yiyVyiKjnifthp. newvIkiarder ciiinoVinto.
.dinner .it was ratlier late. : .Oiilyibne pr
ftwb were iit;theftable,beKideafithe-'iand-y
bigyndiiViuiiinibf aipi/g'liiieViif a:i(;e!b,oi-sfi
itpgeiber yfth'tlibretiubiiibiit;.'(':ijitpii'i'ppri'i\!
tneiit'Vibnati) (lelicacyioffebiiiigiinidbnift
gefitlti)iie:is;Vbfi;'cluit-;ioteivi\v:ii,olv:<:i listing-fi
iiiishi tiieVi.ipuai dde. lady'; from diyrVcpui-'���;
uii oi i sisteyyVfiV ���);��� i yff f' -.' yfyf y-yi f Hi A 7.' y. ''i'i; dA f.
ffVNoti! ling, fiti the wide world 'will spf
.rapi'.lly"t;e':i'ii"iv,(! niliif-iciiriilliiiuHof ,l)ei,-iiH}r
ivsaniiil fiUiiigfshdb; :aiui: asVifrictibiv" isf
ilk 'fatfatyiiy' pressurb.ytbb '.large-' af aiibpf
dbps'ivtj iiuieli li.-v'uiagb a'iViffitf-.vbi-eVVsbv'-'v
i'i' -v-*l"..-vin'.i1 r^.
yyA\y. .'-iei'tyi-red
;.l::ie'!l:!!!-i:.y-"i'i ciiuerii:i;u
i bn.S 'l 'iy...:i;:;T..r<',r'.'r:-'\y^At;ii.:i>
��� \V qe')i:t!:Afbj>ff, which. An
. ..t'pi:*;.};.'-;' yv;ivV;:\i;o.ri^iiiyv:::v;T-y' y>yi
���iS'T-.iii1. MifeycVbe^n sni-i��w-:i;'ii
.a .,re-.y-:ivVi'f Jwicos ������itt'-y.-bicli"..ti':<'--' -.>'
,t'he .o.r.-.(!-,u.;w,'l,\h;'tvini: >_^;ri:;,.pi:y
'���tiG(bket-,,/.-v/'.;av.'rib,t:..-.irs';.i.fci-i<K if-'
iy ears*! '���i'm-hj. in it, disposed ��� o"'
Ai'i-i'd^A'^'d^'oi- th^.Vreriii.n.'i'sy/r-Ki-f'-'.l'.';!.''
���xerjt.ia'.; -ti-v.-ihe ufev;a.iity'i.df 'Je^iUyi^tfb;
:'iii''riia-.'.i-'.i:'t''-,f',;nV;ii.     *-i .. yy y:"'f'.   ffVy/,
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Tis tint a���ilt.'tle.tl'ilnif 'l auk:   V*
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.Tis in.! a liiia-, y.t-.ri-v/i.ijmi- ta��k.' :".'���'"    V
Tlint. ���.���.'riiit.l.i.-ij'iir'i.v i.>r sllyor.-i iinjr;
'������Tih soinot i.i (���'(/;. flr:,'ir, tliat'ii.j-'on^lVf),
��� Vou oiiii.ot'..fairly deem amis'!:
; Tin'niit.'iin,-: in.'.-v; tli.-i.ii. (ih I li\-u,
A little, hIiiii.Ic, si:.f,-l.! kiss, ;
" V'        ������*    ������ '-.sirE.'' .,. .. '���'���''.',..
This little tiiiiiK yon lioldly nuk;     V   i    .*'���'..
Tiii.s irifU-!i:.-lit. to j-oii.rh r.ir:   '���
I'crliiijis Idji.ic rii!t..'i fiiiiTs iiii'niiisk
That -.vv?!l t'ji.ii' i;-ii:.-'j.-,ii-..i In lii.i'.vara,
i1 K(,f tiii.-i rt;y,i..: ������! is.;il,j. ;;j,-,i.;!., 1; his   .;  /���
Mij..;,'ii.-ii'i'i:i t|��-.'��!,o:i- la to' kiv.u:.i;       i.
Ami. I froi!i,fi,:vi!i|<.l-.i!i::i"nhiis.s, .
liccjniu.'iii i'ii;i>.../ji!.'.,.f.:i,, ;i Mi-h.
. ' -Krii'.i',-, <lnv;,!,.iii !).;-Ac.y  In Llfo.
il  4.7 -;.|   ... frlnu'tl   I'rl'i
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i.'isfl". i'yyd , t:i..y''..i!;',:���if
luri/'lioriis.","' ?};u'Y.''.i'
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r:it.'!') ;ir,:.:-��*ii' iy 'si.
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-ci V-i; il-\ |v':Vf.:-.V. ' ;'';-
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i.J;v..ri;ir; yon   i;'iy.' in-;..v.'.������
:i!:!;,i f.-ir, *,,��� e !*,i>;!i.-r |ii.:.
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''   d'.f'X   t-VVyioisi-vV-.. t.i'i'- ,:
.iV.-ji���' ii!'..lp-,,nv-i;r;. t,:i;.,(. ';��� ���<,;���'.'
iaidy.yViiHbyspokpyito no one until;tii��
brViind uiakcvit db'a :yf-waiteri;laid^
doubleaidnty ;.by. wa'yingiVthfe'iiyfai'.s.vr.i.-Of y
i' wuy to inereaiao the.,iii,dterial proHperity'AVner;ifit;fo^
'-:>��.������; the Apity.-'f. It wouidisUiVply iii'ake' it yi? earth' donft yon'getifsomo'V.victuals.fit toV;- ';Uie'vaii!pfou'gin tofopii(biwiiere,;l'itV:willi
ymore comfprtableifo lire iii.;'.ybut'..9lve'i3''.-'';;,\ieat?,.^
i y-iln'cariugVipr ..theVliopt,*; piu-v ievilar;; at-y
tbutkHiyio^litito'be paid'tp;fVpfiniigViiio'
iveltv'shbalUiba cutppi-fpetil'y'striughty'if;
iin'ytliiug ii littlbfsliprtoryiu ';i'thq-.;vcefit'tei.V
thaiii.'bii'i.'tiVe iiid.es.' "Vy-.-V ".;-.-;_- _ y,,:iy;/--'.:���'.--Vi'A/
: i THpdbinrb:j,aliipng V ptiry hriistboi-ktsi to;
liibe.spolceii.ofas ftiip iownersi of ���;-proi-f:iIy,:'
v :.Bhapfbd: feetyliaa.been'iiiereatjiiig fori tiio*
i/'last few .ylyti-ij.- .-'i-WlVen avyoiiiniiirealizesv
v. tliat-.'fettp enia^weiiir au-iyAv ^iibe,iiii\adi.!i
'"' orVa ony ii'iid a .half, iiii icijigiii s!i e" if!,! ioiiy
fopt,;,aiiil ii!i,!!iedii(telyVBy^!��ytb'ifi-b;!ioybi
j nl I Vtjioiiii-slii!!- tliat'wiil (iisrignrei ii, /'aiiy.'
J:'.vr'ay.-f ff?:.i"ufyisits'liiii^i>iii'-ti'cjui.'ii;: cilirop-V
; pdist'.,as i religioiisiy'���iig;y]lev'- (ibiirist (iir'.'
j /liianioure, and from'"'.hi'iii1-' i-yiii-ns'' tliio*
i'i. proper lire'luidof presoryiiig 'thbOeanty,,
aiid ���i'oftiibss bf'skiu.", i^bilowiagbtiL'iier '
yi'"-1';     ','   ���-, Se:i':--'iitl v*i:"Al.t.ut ,niri'-/�� ^o.   .        :7y;
V'Gre yy. VrefuseHitotelii ';i.ii3f. agei' 'sfu.'rely.'f br-���f.';
"(liaary wobipn Vm'by/biji.eisouaed for so a
-pnO/iy a /i-iViiiyine wy-akuess. i By fthb'V:
i.Eni.iy!!-fnCce-- liie 'pre'-i'iieut'' i .iiiislo,d*,i:;h.is,;f��
J'cbriiiitryh'iiiii ���!iia.to':;',b��iip'yi.|i*;' .hiiyfi toiibyy
yriixi;yf,:vMiy^uagsic'.thii'iii;he,f\viy-iy; licoovd-''A
.-ip-<yto':b!y (iT^^cdQ^yasy^foUpwaV; "M.;; V
f hi3 a^bfaii'l .orniniy a'lini tied .tbntfreiuct-.,.
,B,:fe.yy ; Ay '����� di>iii:*r b-t'ty giy^ii by b.n.(�����>;
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'mail wtio relied oil an alarm (.-li>i:.y is *.; ;ii
dn-iiming of the aiigoin.��� AiciVyu
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R'lj-i'i'd'i'l, strong, 'deterini-.i.-ii' -,;i;,,:
Mr Vvor,--iid.'iy (si'jMiu-'.;'i|i:.:;; .-:n iiu ;
my 'I'i'ur. jM;-h. \v: .. Jii'in. iiu co.ii-iii/.
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ii; out ia lriiii,-l;; ;-
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, A well kepi ii.-i.by 'will
frC'iHinjinly, !!',- doesn't
r-rij!H. T,','t him abrii'T.
es-yV-irok.on- ;i:id rii*: im;
��� but An;:"t i-y-u'i; 'iiii' ���/> i,��: iv i.,���������.��� -;';i. y
fi;g..a..(;!ii'!'i-ti.' .-it,H-ii'-l .'-.I'lMe'i.'i H'l -yxvi:
v.-:i.y tyiVii-i;-,;iV'hi'n for' life. V/i,,,,, y jK-(
yo\':r.' iiir! A '.viii.gr. aro Aitrong he inunvii
il'.������ml, ili'-s o.'l. Ah r/io:i n�� tir.)��� biiby'i"
legi, i.ro Mii'i-i;i:> enoagh' to sripport liim
'ho. 'ti.o, wiii :;u:id
(J i,i: iii;:i ,.-,���,!.ii.i..'ir.i.i.
fi. ; ���
walk ,v-}i.;n lw
u'i'-.A . iitiy ' i'y-t
iii.,�� HiU
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for as
tab 1 pi
; her; t'oii os.-
i'.'\Vliat do 'ij'oufi mea.nv A.6ir,Vj-by::, sucli'
r.qiiesfi(Vhs?;i'.'-';'IVl'i'-liayei;''.ytVn knbwitbiat;Ii
f ctn:;libfrpbcusfpitiedito iiieiii- suijiiitiiicall-������.
'hayefit;. f';If.yp*v;doz*'tJike'tiieVfobdVyand"
if you,-can't, .���.bcLafyi*<i'y6urB(.,lf;<''.-j-bu;i, can i
hnut* aiipiher, bbrUingrjilacpf'"aiid'".d6 'it;
fright'away.'.'-, V   ).,;'.  y.i;-.'i '" --.y'/.:,';-y: y'v
,;i Theicpiiiplainer Quailed;undor this-ro--
���'.b.uk'b.aiid replied i.sii.t)iiiiesiyely:'i' 7'X)'
, ';, '���'Il>eg'iy()!.vr!j>'ai-dbii.yuia'aiii.':,,ll Indeed
lydoi/.ylyfpj-got'ifor thp-���iriioaipriri'thitt If:
".was"away .fronriibpio niiditiuiiight'l.waa
talking to iny ..wife..fiy It fi sha'n'tioccuf:
iagain." ,��� ���; fy -.-;V., A'; AyVy,,":,: Vyiii ���*' .yd;)
������'���        ���;'���./: A f.liorlft'riisyi :yA-, y .;.������::.,.:: ;i
y An obstinato'.inan i^oes liptihold.'bpin-
ik>nfl', but t.ii ey hpld biin.-;-Popo.       ;   "���"'.
,   WhbQ 'i ni.p.i'ouH. men fi: lipid, sway,, tho
ponfc   of   honor is, ai priv.'.ttoV' station.��� '
,'i  Silivkeppeari).':--.  V .-., ,-,      ���,, '.-.������ ,..'��� 'y '; ,-,.. ,i "'���',;
'.���"..���",-' Occiipatibiiiifi'theiieeosflary/baiiiflof alb
enjoyiii(!r.f.-~Lii)'gh limit. A.,,.-,i ���. '���,   ,'
ffiiDo iinl '.visit, for (-icraordiiuirycircum-
., Ptajieerf. to'do gooiif'.irtidii.s; try to, usoor-
, diniiry >ii! nations,-; j.liciitir.r.    ''"���''-.'   .������.-.
',    ,'J'iie yiiiiin:! i.;f .habit, aretyo -umall toliof
i feltyiiniil.   'Am.-y ' ��,i'b  too, 'utrbng  to Ixj
brolieii:---J^iiiiHon. -..;".' *   f     "f,    ;.���
The V:ii:i;.hifi,��, of  lifo.-w   niudo.up' of
,; very Iii tie iKinbiH, that aWbright all the
.'���time'.' Aiii'i'n..    ������"..', iy.   yy '-,'���''..'._..,' f'V     'A,
Adver.i:.f.y.h>��   the i p fleet fo'fqlicitiiig ;
,��� talents  which   in  . p.rpr.iperoiiH .cii-cuibi-.i
: Btari'bea' W'Vtiid Imvo iuin dormant,.���Hor-,'
mxi.   -, ��� -���;'; '.-    ���')' v  y y.f
:   '4^. Ciirl.i4.lt>-. Arii-.��,r,|;(i.>lf,frt.
fit j��,a Ci'.['i'>u''..f<'.bt tii al.; Uie .dolor of
-.yplbJw,, w/i''.--|}'jor   il,   hi':.-- v'ogiil.aliTe 6r an-'-'
ifymhAi) i;i:'ii':i<,(MOS-o j-iyr iii.'tiiijiittii.'iii.Hiiy
otb'if rule!    'I.jbe .'y'cdl.o-.v.. of   ai'(lower's :.
' '.j..-'-i;<,li( i-i tin.- only, r.nlor ' iriiown io liotaii-
i.-V!:--. f.iiftt    i.i   riot, .'fade
einirged'   upon    bi'iir.g
fi0it!-:l   (if''s..!l!p?t'!('l'f>tlfl
vic".'i'tri.-:oiii;- (iii-art'ri
7 f opt fd iie ii ,��i''itf orders' in inately :nnl being
! siiop, ''t'lyre i.*> no reasoniw'iyf t'./e jiiajbr-if
f'ity of woitiyii iwholiav-p. iiii-ie:ii'ii(l'lw.'iurb'i'
,, idiould. ii.O.t bo fuleijaeil ��� with n.,f"(irtirftic
ipediil.iextreii.iUys iii; i:!,!om!'of,iV!i.*:sVf3eerb-. j
. tary iiiilki.-iip. whoi.ii th(!y:n.sod.toiaay iii-
viiri.-ibiy altraeteil a group! of adiiiirpi-H,
,wl:o gaiiiie.-i."! to ga/i(;vii.t'!ieiy'lo',-elyf' ruiil
.(iliiiiiiiiyii'lii'li i'(," tfwlii-neyeridie stejiped
into her caniage. V ii. , f iy A.i .: :,;.
���/j'fiaiiy (i'f.onr- well.knowii! iN'ifw. Yoi-i:
Miciety women can, boast,of o.'rjii'eiiieiy
ar.i!.t<ipr,'!,tie f-t'of.; ..Mr.-*. E. M'ar'cyf lliiy-i
nio.'iii, .of Fif: ;i aveiiiie, lias a uotlceabjy
pi'.oit.V foot, the iirU.-iti.; coiitouv.of which
is eiihuiico !'by tiio, iloiicnte.y.pl't' eriiya
aiid t'ln-'siii'l'.-K������nho wear.';,.    Mrs.- Edwin
���'���Gould Wool ii; i;li('ii6-.i;.'lily ('.liiu-iii'tei-iiitio
of i.ho-chai'iji'tii'g i;iis|;ii.siiii)ii in i.i.*. pretty,
,('w;i(':-.,,":i 1 ,\I;-.->.. 'fii'eu.ha'e. v>;i'!''/.-;; foot
i:; iiivv.-iy--. i:ii:,ir;i'd in fiiioeiv thai; hot (July-
, inaieb tfjU.'M c'.sitiii.ie.lm'i (iit   fo, par foe-.
'ti.'ib at- c'v.'-i'.v .pointv.   'i'lie'iiiit.,s.''iir Mrs.
' i:
up  and   wiU'k'.'.pif.
1    or i.i;.iiin-ijj'-f'is.'
^'XpOrilJii    to     the
��� a<ii',l. ..Take,, flip'
t'iu".f.-) as.nu illtis-
l.riui'iii. I.f.e.-rprir-od b ot. ij, liiviii'-nyt/v
tlW-1-.e fri'iit'h Iho puiV/iio Urp'iiuiii,.i!i,iif.')y
, ta*('H'iti( liigfit, and'in' the, tvidl lloweT.
tbi; yt.-iinw ' ,'iliino,3 an bi*i-.'!i'tly 'ua ever
aftor all ..tiler coIotb bav'D 'lea ' ,
., n.��j.u'i*'H*.
.    Mills���What does Max price do for o
living?   '; ��� '���.������.'. .',,"���     v
'Diils  -His landlady and   anybody else
bp'can lay liia.iiauds.'oii.
in; if .iiidicatof ���". pitr.'.'iyiii-tistio
yi;.li. ii.-.tnrii,-with Jiigh intellect-:
vv,-l:i'.'i!l'';. ���  '������        /���   V'V:,        f.i ,. "
!-'!-.''m.k Leslie eau'behh'ppy in.the'
,:���<:, Vila;, ���s'ie is .one of 1 Ire* few
v.-;i',.si. l.ip.'it lininb.i-rioiiivh'uehea
i-'i'ir.ii.-'if 'ibne.'* !ii!i!,v,-nii.;.Mi\vi<li.h
-,;,: -'..'iiii liiiit'-Of ��'a' u.-fiii'i. * Tho.-
,' .-���/- -iim i, 'as i-i/ii-l, - liy :.ii fs'poi't,--
e;-yij. ��� jnnver, ''.iiiili^t-iA..': hy theii'.- i j.'.e nl l't\p big 't.'i-, viini.sibil'
���i^i.i.ii'.ty, s keen iiitei'-^t.'ch'ariu'
(��f i:.;.iiri..-r; ve.-siiu'ii'.y  and   lii'g'u brpeci-V
itlg. ''.;:������       f .   ��� .',
the   first   things���ybu' nf.tice
iiu..: oi
iiiii 1. (j;!
t'i t i'i..-.
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no; ;���.'������;
(Ayi (  l.'i
One   of
!ivit;*ini'bqiisttiiit uSeyiiidailyiexan.iViiaiiviiiii:;
(ifpieceS/tiffired fcarpetiiigy; orf yitlici '/floors V-ii!
i\v iiiplviyai-ey lib tile 7 toff bof ; infested, -ii'aiidfVy
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