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 FOR  MEN���������  J.*incst Cashmere Socks ' ft GO  Ext ra heavy wool do 0 50  Ucst  quality   Shelisficl   -wool ' >  UnderwOTLt^zJicr suit 4 25  VinoM^itSTwool   "       1 O0  Braces, per pair, 30e. and 10c.  -:o:  The English Trading Co.  f^W  Kit     vr     15 J.    JJ?3  rr  FOR  LADIES-  Heavy wool Undcrskirt8 1 (-O  Jixirah'vy Cashmere Stockings 0 VS  Heavy nat. wool Undervests.. 0 75  Tarn o'Shantcre, 50c and 75c.  Lined Kid Gloves, fur cufla... 1 25 ,  Unlinod do., 75c and ������LG0.  -:o:-  The English Trading Co.  VoL-1.���������No. 45.  EVELSTGKE, WEST 'KOOTEKAY, B.C., EEBEUAEY 16, 1895.  $2.00 a Year.  tfatffl  tojas. McMillan & go.,  .  ,, ���������    INCOKI'OltATBn.  202-212 First Avenue North,  Goods bought right out;  no commission  charged. '   '  ���������   Fair selection; immediate returns.  EST Write for Circular giving Latest Market Prices."i������33  rco upon rc-  Shljiyiixg tags-fw.-nisllcd  quest. ���������,  Thereto >TO DUTY r.7>. Zisw 3-avs or any.  other kc-ccJj. wo handle.  J  OLDiCH,  OF SWANSEA AND WIG AN,  "Analytical.Chemist and Assayer,-:  Accurate1assays mads of all kinds of minerals, water,, miik,, etc.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F.&A.M.  The regular meetings  aro'Jiclil in the Mas-  onic Temple, ItournoV  ,) month   at   S   jj.   in.  Visiting   brethren  cordially welcomed.  V. C RAO IS. Secue  RSVEiSTOKE   LODGE,   I. C. O. F. ,  1 Rt'gnlar mooting are hold  iii Oddfellows' lfa.1! every  TiiiirjiJay  iiiyltL at   eifiht  (o'clock. Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed.  G. NEWMAN". X.G. 0 A. STON'E, Sf.c.  ,     W. A. 'JOWETT,  WINING AND REAL 2STATE BROKER.  ���������     '       ,  NELSON, E. C.  '  WAXTKD-  di-o-s.  -Pushing Canv.isnor of good uil-  l/hoiv.l i-alary.anrl e<ci>ciiv!s i>.iid  o^itiou.   UltOVt'X HUOd.  vcekly.  PonnaiiQiit ]io  CO., Nurserymen, I'ortUnd, On:  ,BAK32K SHOP AND BATH ROOBI,  Front Street, Hevelbtokc.  Haircut,'2Sc.';  Bath/50c'.;.,Six Shaving  Tickets for $1.00.  Lapdcau & Slocan Pi'ocpects Wanted.  GUY   3AR3ER,      t  WATCHMAKER AND JEVVSLiES;  Repairing Neaily'3t Promptly Executed.  . .. ,  .   . . '  HEV2L3TOKE, S. C.  FURNITURE,/,,  Boors, Sashes & Blinds.  R. HGWSON,  REVELSTOKE. '  '^  ������. WILSON,  ' M E R C H AM T   TAILOR,  Reveistoke, Station.  First-class Material kept in stock and  First-class Workmen employed. ;  ilALl) (mi  SPMNGS HOTEL,  LAKE,   ,���������;.. '  TS now (ijjc'is, fit tlioso culfbratfd  spi-Mi'^.s, i;ii' tlm ;i<,i'r)iiimcihiti������  ARROW  ,.-d hot  on of  Ki;i'.sl������!. Rates Ci.oO to S2.50 per day.  Bains 25c. e.ich, or five for SI. Speci.-ii  r.Ucs i-u f.'iuiili'e.-j or by the month can  bo iU'raiigod.  ��������� "    DAWSON,' CRAD30CK &  CO.  COFFINS CAIUUED ��������� IN STOCK.  agext koii sikg::k skwi:;o machines.  G-eneral Blacksmith.  JAS.   McMAHON,  " REVELSTOTCE, B.C.  , Repairs to Vi/agpns, &.c. '  Shooing a Specialty.  All   placi'i-   cliiims   in   tliis   District  k������l^al!v iicld in;iv ho laid over fviim the  loth Octobi'i-, lSI.'l, to the 1st Juno, 1855.  f N. FlTZSTiJJlBy,  Gobi Commissioner.-  Dated at Nelson, BiC,  , -Itil October, ISO!.  ', BUILDER.  Will figure on all kinds of  ��������� Buildings ; all kinds of House,  Store and Office Furniture repaired, or made to order; all  kinds of Shopxvork in my line  neatly and promptly executed by  skilled and experienced hand.  GO TO THE W90D BUTCHER  iron vouit  Norwegian Snowsliocs,  Toboggans & Sleighs.  Manufacturer of a!3 kinds of.  Furniture.  ROYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEATPSES1 route to tlie OI.D COITNTRI'  Proposed Snilinys Ironi Montreal.  ALLAN   LINK.  1     NUMUIIAN   I'ArusrJN'   jMONCiOl.lAN'   '1J0JUN10N  LINK.  ToitON'TO   VANCOUVUIt .'   Oai-:(u>.v :,   Cabin ?l."i, ?."(i, ������������). ?7(), SiOiind ujjvvnrds.  .    IntonncdiHlc S'Q; bteer.iije S2i).  Passengers picketed tlii'OUKh to all parts of  Great Hriliiin and Irolti'iil, and ul, .specially low  rates to all pans of Hie Kuropeaii eonlincnt.  A pply to nearest sUsainslii]) or rail way ii;rent,to  I. T. BSSWSTBH, Agent, Rovelstolie,  or to Koiikut Ki:itit, Gen. 1 a:-!,eiii;cr Agent  W'iniiiiK'K.      , "'  London Financial Times: The present price of silver is ahnosC the lowest  on record. The lowest point ever vet  touched was in ilarch kibt year, when  the price at' one time stood at 27d.  (55c), or only +d. below th<j. pietent  quotation. Whether the,value of the  nietjil is likely to recede still further or  whether wo mayvxpect an appreciation within a reasonable time is a matter of -the utmost importance to the  market and to the public nene������\-illy���������  not only to that section of it which  holds investments in securities bused  on silver, but also to that which is in-  tereste'd in trade with silver using  countries. More, or, less, indeed, the  whole community ffe concerned iiv this  vital question.  Before discussing the prospects of  the white, metal it will be, perhaps, as  well to refresh onr'memory by a glance  at the past. It.seoms uluiobt incredible  nowadays to recall that silver was  at one time quoted,,at GOd. or 5s. ($1.22)  per oz.,' that, is to say, only ������d. below  the nominalparity. Vet that wiia the  case no further back than February,  1873, and must be well within the recollection of many who are to-day  scarcely more than 'mid'dle-aged. For  a year or more subsequently.the course,  of silver was consistently towards'  lower values, and in July, 1S70, the  price dipped to i'.)ld. ($1)���������an unheard-  of quotation at that period. Early in  the following yiw it rorovoted too7Jd.  ($1.17), and then for several years the  figures went aigzajeging downwards.  The twelve months ending December,  1890, were in particular a period of  wide nuetiiatioiis, the quotations varying from 4-ld. (COc.) to 54id. ($1.11) per  oz. Thenceforward the trend of prices  was again steadily downward, the  lowest level in '1802 ' being 374'd., or  about 70c.  " ������  Without entering into bimetallic  controversy, it is'pretty saie to hay  that.the chief factor in bringing about  the depreciation was over-pioduetion,  which was caused parth' by the Sherman Act, ::.-i it. must unwisely fostered  the silver industry in the<- United  States, and partly by the development  of silver lninine: in Australia, Mexico  'and other parts of the world.  The question naturally arises���������What  reason is there to suppose that this  downward movement, extended now  over so many years, will not be'continued? Is there any rock-bottom to  'the silver'quotation ? Anything, in  short, to preveni.il. going to 20d. (���������!!)>.���������.)  or lower? From 5s. ($1.22) to 2s. 3d.  (35c.) is a big drop, and may not a simi-  'only thing certain is that the course, of  the silver quotation will largely depend  upon the action taken by Japan after  the. war. q  . A more remote contingency bearing  upon the future of the incta! is the possibility of the United States going to  a .silver basis. Should that not alio-'  gether improbable event occur, a large  appreciation in the price would almost  immediately follow. As regards Mexican dollars, in addition to their being  compelled to follow the fortunes of  .silver, the.y have an added difficulty of  their own to contend with in the circulation of the new British trade dollar  in the East. >This coin is likely to grow  rapidly into favor", and the demand for  the Mexican dollar must necessarily be  curtailed.  ...Nov. :t  ...Nov. 10  ...Nov. 17  ...Oct.1" 27  ...Nov. 3  ...Nov. 1Q  FINE   'UPHOLSTEUTNC   WORK.  Old Furniture Renewed  -=- In First-class Style.  E. PICARD, Reveistoke, B.C.  THE REVEISTOKE PHARMACY.  TIIK  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  TO   AS'!)   KUOM  All Eastern Points.  . Through I'Mr.d Clas.s Sleeping Cars and Tourl-t  .Sleeping (.'aiv, lo HI. I'mi!. .>I(;:iLiv,'laM(l Tuiuiao  without ehango.  REVELSTOKF. TiME-TABLE.  ���������.���������rive-.   Sl:l.:< daily.  Atlantic ICxpro.-N  Paeillu  l'V.r full iufoimnfioM as  apply to  Sl: Li  lo:.  to iato-, tiisie, etc..  i.T.  NKW   STOtJK   OF  STATIONERY & FANCY G99BS.  The Now TOILET SOAP,  SIX TAISLIiTS FOIl iw.  Wait for t.lio notice! regarding the now  Circulating IJbi'fi.ry at  ,  THE"'REVELSfOkE P^AiMAGY;  GEO. T.IcL. lOtOWN.  District l'.is  Agent,. li<:vL'lj-t<������ke.  iMigur ARcnt,  Vaaeoaver  13. C.  "ilRADEM/^f  COPYRIGHTS. ^^  CAW I OTTTATN  A   PATENT ?     For a  Sronint aiiHirnr anil un lioimtt opinion, write to  IIJNN it CO.. who have h:n'. non!.-lvfifty rcirs'  ox|m>(I������iicc lu tliu putcnt tU"ino.������s.| Coniiauuloji-  tlons strictly coaildi'iitlal. A liaiiilluxik of In-  foriiiiition concerning I'aioniH nml how to or~  tuln tliem sent free. Also ii o.-itnloguo of niecliiui-  lcnl ami nclenlillc Imnks .-out free."  Pivtciita token tlinuiKh Jlunn A Co. receive  unual.-il iiollcointlio Si-iciitilir Aiuori.-an. nnd  Mum me Ijroiwht, wlilely hofore the public without omit to the luvptitor. This stilpnjiil pnpor.  lH������notl "vivilcly, oIcriuiI ly lllimtrntofl. hn< l>������- fur the  lurnuit clrculbtlou of nny sclentllie work in tuo  workl.   >.'{ n yonr.   Siunpii1 cupjiv pent frtH'.  Dulldlnir Killtlon, monthly, fi.iOn jrnr. Slncli  copl������>������, 'Z't cents. Kvoiy ntiuiliur contaliu beautiful ��������� plntos. In colorn, anil pliot.'vr.-.pli������ of now  houses, with plana, oimbllnir incllilenj to sh.)-.v the  lntrstdoHleiH ami "i'curi> eoutrttti    \('i"-o-i  ilUNN A, CO., i*LW \o.iK, ,{t?������  "    .    ..  lar development await us in tho future?  The lowest. co������t of jn-oduction with our  present methods seems to be, "under  the most., favorable circumstance.1-,  about i-td. (2Sc.) an ounce, and between  "this and oven,27d. there is a wide margin. But the average cost is considerably above tliis'figure, and among the,  safeguards against a further excessive  depreciation in price must be reckoned  the limitation of production and the  increasing use of the metal.in the arts  and in coinage. "  [t is, however, almost idle to speculate about the ultimate fate of silver;  even the prospects, of the iinmediale.  future are extremely uncertain. One  of tho causes of the recent fall in price  is traceable to the lessened demand  from China, where trade is interfered  with by the war. Indian trade is also,  for the moment, rather dull, nolwith-  the commencement of the expoit  season, and this has affected' adversely  the sale of (Jon.vols bills. The Japane.-:.'  demand for silvi>r has also declined'of  late for similar reasons. For the next  two or throe weeks silver will probably  fluctuate between 27dand2Sd, but with  the settlement of, the war between  China and Japan we may look for fresh  developments.  It i.s the general   belief that pence  will be proclaimed  between the belligerent-- within the next three months at  the  latest.     After    that   one    of two  events afii'cting  "-liver  must   happen,  and opinion is pretty evenly divided in  the city as to which is the more likely.  One is that Japan may, aftei   exacting  a h.rgo war  indemnify  in  gold  from  China, s-et up a gold   standard  for herself, in which event a further fall is inevitable.    The other  is, that she ' may  take her indemnify in part, at least, in  silver, and maintain   her adherence to  Iter   present   standard.'     Should   this  latter turn out  to   lie  correct, a ris" in  the  quotation for the melal may fairly  be counted   upon.   -Those  people  vibo  fancy a gold standard  is, likely  to be  adopted  argue that the  Japanese are  an imitative pnuple, and that a loamm?  lu'vards ,i gold standard  has hm;.-- be,mi  j oh-ervab!o, both in the pio.5:..iiid in lb"  j legislature.    Their opponents say tli.'i  ' it the country alters its standard it will  I place iUtoK at;)   cranme. cial   disadvan-  i tage  as regards  China, with   which a  ' large ; repoi tion of the foi < ign liadc N |  | trans-acted,   and   they   add    lii.it    the'  I Jap.tnei-e-are. well a ware, .of t.neir,- o\> u,.|  | iiitei i-.s'Us'in tile m'atti'i'.    Ti'-'-. probabili- j  i lie-ait aiiDtit e\x"jiN  Lai.lie i a, and the I  Good for Wage Earners.  Mr. Xellie's bill relating to the payment of wages will be of great importance in Southern , West Kootenay,  where 'mine-owners' and contractors,  being mostly from the,other side of the  boundary line, are paying their woi-k-  nien=s-.������,'sLh paper on Spokane banks.  This i-pa per is passed on to the merchants, who in turn have to forward it  ^?o Spokane for redemption at a discount, which, of course, conies out of  the workmen. As will be seen below,  .'Mr. Keliio's bill provides that all wages  shall be. paid in Canadian money, or  what has been declared to be legal tender by DominionStattVte. and shall be  paid at,the. place where such labor is  "employed, or at the- nearest practicable  point in the province. The'bill is a  small one of three sections, as follows :  Sec. I.���������This Act'mav be cited its the  "Payment of \Vagos"Act, 18<J5," and  shall not lake effect until after the first  day of July, 1S95. ,  Sec. 2.���������All wages due or accruing  for, labor performed .within the Province of British Columbia shall be paid  in the lawful money of Canada, or that  declared to be legal tender by a statute  of the Dominion of Cjuiada claiming,  the same, and no othcii, and shall be  paid at the place where such labor is  employed, or at the nearest practicable  point' within the said Province of  Bi iJiidi Columbia. ���������  Sec. H.���������Every violation of this Act  shall be punished, upon summary conviction, on information or complaint  before any Justice of the Peace, with  costs, by a fine not exceeding fifty,  dollars for each separate violation, to  be levied by'distress, or, in default of  payment, by imprisonment for a term  not exceeding t hirty days.  '   TRAIL CREEK LETTER.  Tiiail, Feb. 4, 1895.  The War'Eagle shares that were sold  the other, day were snapped up eagerly,  and the same parties have offered to  take 50,000 at the same price. The  mine was bonded last year for $17,500,  and when the bond was taken up the  owners placed the shares at $1 each.  The mine is shipping between 20 and  HO tons a day, at a profit of something  like $30 a ton after [laying all expenses.  Underground the mine is a mammoth  cave, and, as a mining man said the  other day, "No property in Leadville  or any where else on this continent excels it, so far as developed. It.is at  least a million dollar mine and is probably worth more ��������� than twice that  amount." o  A strike, hits been made on the O. K.  mine, about a mile and a-half from Le  Roi, being a 14-inch vein of copper pyrites and seven feet of free-milling ore,  at a depth of 140 feet.;'   ",        ' t.  Another mine adjoining the Le Roi  is to be extensively worked. This is  the Centre Star, which has about 500  feet of tunneling and a 50-ffc. shaf b. The  tunnel has been in ore all the wav and  several hundred tons are ready for shipment. The owners will shortly let a  contract for; cutting 500 feet more of  tunnels.     ,  A- big rush of prospectors is expected  as soon as the snow is ,off the hills, as  there is a vast extent of' this district  not yet explored, and there is every  probability that sotiie rich finds will be  reported in the spring.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  ,. ' '   SSth Deccmlyer, 1S04>  HISHONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has been pleased to appoint.  Kknkst 11. S. McLkan, of the Town of  Reveistoke,   Esquire,   M.D.,   to   )hj ' a'  Coroner within and for that portion of  the, West Kootenay District situated"  to the north of the settlement-of Na-  kuspJ  NOTICE OF APPLICATION.  Fight For The Oriental Trade.  It is stated that a determined fight  between the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company and and the Pacific Mail  and, Occidental, lines for the Oriental  trade is about to be inaugurated. The  Canadian Pacific agency announces  that hereafter tlioii oteameis will  arrive and depart at Vancouver from  .Yokohama every 11 days, instead of  'every 21 days as at present. The arrangement is also being- made to have  connection by the Canadian 'Pacific,  with Hawaii. Tho Pacific Mail, Occidental and Oriental lines have made a  combination interchanging tickets  between San Francisco and Honolulu.  EMIGRATION TO CANADA.'  An Increase of. 25 percent. Last Month.'  The Montreal Star's special correspondent in London cables: " The  new year began,well for emigration.  The total for January shows an increase  of 2,500 over January, 1S94. The emigration to the United States was nearly  doubled, and the emigration to,Canada  increased 25 per cent."  , -   Fast Living.  The most remarkable instance of  rapid, growth is said to be, recorded by  the French Academy in 1729. It was a,  boy six years of age, 5 feet G inches in  height. At the age of live his voice  changed, at six his beard had grown  and he appeared a man of thirty. Me  possessed great physical strength, and  could easily lift to. his shoulders and  carry bags of grain weighing 2U0 lbs.  ilis decline was as rapid as his growth.  At eight his hair and beard were gray;  at ten he tottered in his walk, his teeth  fell out, and his hands became palsied.  At twelve he died with every outward  sign of extreme old age.  Gold Mining in the Isle of Man.'  The Douglas (I. of M.) correspondent  of the Yorkshire 'Post,- telegraphs.: It  transpires that gold in paying quantities has been discovered close to to the  Douglas foreshore-, .Workmen"sinking  arid driving for plumbago,discovered a  vein of gold-bearing ��������� quartz. The  'syndicate promoting the operations  submitted specimens to Mr. Spargo, of  London, a well-known.export, and his  report was so favorable * that a company was at once formed,^ with ' the  object of developing the vein. The  directorate of the company is composed of influential Douglas gentlemen.  A gang of men is at present employed  in developing'the shaft, commencing  on the beach just below-Derby Castle.  After the Battle.  Over 300 of the Brooklyn strikers and  their sympathizers have been arrested  on charges of assaulting the cars and  non-union men, ot with obstructing the  tracks. Among the twelve ' indicted  was Mary Macdonald. She threw, a  brick at a car on January otb. This  offence is a felony, punishable by ton  years' imprisonment. '  Mexican Tin for New York.  ' A car load of pig tin, amounting to  322 bars, consigned to ' New York, was  shipped from Mines near "Durango,  Mexico, last week. This is said to be  the second shipment of tin ore ever  mined on the American continent;  ���������VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  JLN   'application   will  be made to the  Parliament of Canada, at the next hob  sion thereof, for an Act to incorporate  a Company for   the   purpose of constructing,  equipping, maintaining and  operating a line of railway to run from ���������  a point at or near the. mines  known as  the "Trail Creek mines," in the District  of Kootenay, in the Province of British  Columbia,  to soriie 'point as near as  practicable   to   tho  junction' of Trail'  Creek  and  the Columbia River, in the  said District of  Kootenay, with power  to construct, equip, maintain and operate branch lines ; and also to construct  and operate 'telegraph and telephone-  lines in connection with  the Baid rail- '  way, together with the usiial powers to  acquire lands,   privileges,,'bonuses,'or  aids from the Dominion  or Provincial  Governments, and to make traffic and  other    arrangements    with    railway,  steamboat and other coinp-inies," and <  for   all   other    usual   and     nsceysary  powers, rights and privileges. ^  *   Dated at Vancouver, this JJth day of,  January, A.D. 1895.   '  DAVIS. MARSHALL,  '<  MACNEILL & ABBOTT.  Solicitors /or ApijJLicante. ���������  More British Money For American Kines  News has been received from London ���������  announcing the sale of- the Poorman  and Tiger mines on Canyon Creek,, in  ,tho Coeur d'Alenes.to an English syncli-',  cate of .great wealth and resources.  Butte men interested in' the, Poorman  admit that this is correct.'     " ' ' ''  The Spokasm/in-Iievieic, commenting  on this, says: "It is hoped that the *  news of the reported sale of- the Pooi-  man and Tiger mines ,will be verified.'-.  Tho enlistment of so much. English  capital in these- times would greatly  strengthen ��������� foreign confidence it; the  mining properties of-the Pacific north-1  west. ��������� Then if the trust were honestly  conducted, and the mines worked with  good management, the .profits they  would return to the' foreign - buyers'of  the shares would, bring over buyers for  other mines. This is what the country-  most needs to-day. It has hundreds of  keencprospectors, and scores of experienced, efficient mining-men,-but thoea  need the co-operation of capitaL"  Lucas Resigns His -Seat.  A. Lucas has resigned theseatfiir West  Calgary district. JJoth he and A. Sif-  l.oo will be candidates at the new election. Mr. Lucas'aci ion arises from the  judge's decision calling for a new poll  at Rosebud. '  Awarded  SIii;-h<:s(  lionors���������World's   Fair  MOST PERFECT   MADE.  A pure Giape Cro.-im of Tartar Powder.   Free  from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.  40 YEARS THE STANDARD.  An Improved Ore Crusher.  Mr.  August II.  Schierholz, of   San  Francisco, has patented an ore crusher  which,' it is claimed, can  be operated  with much less power than  is required  to   run   tho   ordinary   forms   of such  machines.    The  patent  provides"for a  circular pan   for holding the ore, supplied with a  feed spout.   The sides of  the pan are inclined, and these are provided with wire screens which allow the  crushed ore to pass out into a discharge  spout.   At the  bottom  of this pan a  circular die is arranged  on  which the  crushing rollers  travel.    These rollers,  two  in  number,   extend    on   opposite  sides of a central driving shaft and are  connected with  this shaft by a simple  and powerful system  (if gear wheels.  Power is applied  to a horizontal shaft  and this shaft transmits  its  motion to  the vertical  drive shaft carrying  the  rollers, so that the crushing rollers are  made to  revolve   both  on   their  own  axles and about the vertical  shaft.    It  will be seen that thev will move  regularly about the. circular die, thus crushing the ore.    The frame  of the rollers  is  pto-iiled   with 'a common   form of  scrapers which move o������-er the face of  the circular die,   thus keening  it free  from clogging materials.   At the upper  end of the corn ral vertical driving shaft  a reservoir is arranged, and  connected  with this is a water pipe supported at  the upper end of the driving shaft. The  nozzle of Ibis  pipe  revojves  with  the.  shaft and is carried around and delivers  a, steady stream of water on the screens  over t!ie  openings  in  (lie side of the  pan.    This serves, to wash the material  i through the si't'ioiis into  fhe circular  discharge spout, and keeps the scteens  I'reo from clogging matter.  Sale of the Josie Mine.  The Josie mine, Trail Creek, has just  changed hands for a considerable sum,  .the purchaser being Frank C. Loriug.  who has bought out the entire interests  of G. A. and A.t H. Sonnemaun. The  Josie adjoins - the War' Eagle and Lo  Roi and stands in the front rauk-as ao  ore producer.,. There are ten-men now  working on the mine, and the new  owner intends increasingothe force.  tTo a reporter Mr.'Lorin'g said : "Trail  Creek is a wonderfully ��������� 1 ich disfrict-  Oue hundredand fifty miners are now  at work for good wages, besides those  employed in various other capacities.  This makes a lively camp,' but it will  bo livelier next summer."        '  The First Time in 75 Years.  A telegram from P.utland, Vermont,  states that for the first time in 75 years  Lake Champlairi is frozen over its entire lougth.  ��������� ���������  In the Teeth of the Storm.  The advantages of tb2 Canadian  route over the New York route in  winter is shown by the fact that the  Dominion Line steamship Labrador  arrived at Halifax last Saturday after^  noon, making the, quickest passage  ever made to that port. She left Li ver-  pool on Thursday of last week, and on  the morning of Friday arrived oil this  harbor. The snowstorm obliged bet-  to lay to until the afternoon.  Dance With a Corpse.  A scandalous scene at a wake is reported from Galwny. An old rag-  gathorei\ known as " Kitty the Rag,"  died, and a number of men and women  assembled at a wake. The place was a  sort of concert-room. It was soon proposed to have, a dance, and an American  meat box was placed in the centre of  the floor, bottom upwards, each man  in turn dancing on it to the music of a  tin whistle. At length two of the men  lifted the corpse, held it upright  against the wall, swaying it to and fro  in time, to the. music, while, another  f ellow came forward,bowed t o tbecorpse  as if (<i his partner, .and then commenced to dance a jig. This outrageous spectacle 'boomed to amuse all  present, from the peals of laughter it  provoked.  '.      r. AU
ri T?
THE KOOTENAY MA
5!
H Ti\
liiopn
,55
vu
in
a Silvsr and Mining.
t-*
The Price of tlie Metal--- Over-Pro-luc-
tii;�� the Cause of Low Prices���Japan
a Factor in Enhancing Prices���The
( Parity with Gold at 20 to 1���Slocan
Mine:;���Rawhiding���Cheap Labor���
Nakus'p as a Smelting-Centre���"Picking Oui ihe Eyes" of a Mine.   . ���
i  (
. The article on  the,first page of  today's issue, "Toe: Price of Silver," vices
not Hold out much  hope of   the vvhit"
metal taking a rise in the near futtiie.
There, is only one condition on which
the writer   bases .the least chance of
that greatly -desired  movement taking
place, and that is jn the event of Japan
,   adhering to the  silver stand tid when
���   she (settles down to ooituii.'roi.d activity
i   after   the   war 'is over, and .this -will
must likely be 'the  case, as   nor trade
with China���a siiver using country���
will  make  the  silver standard almost
compulsory in both countries.'  \Vemi.v.y
theivdook for a slight ris-e in   tin* price
, of silver, as the Orient is probably tho,
best, market,  and   recent lowering of
silver prices was-due, in a great measure to a falling   oil'  in   the demand.
,owing   to  the war in  the Mast.    P>ut
should Japan decide to adopt tiin gold
standard, in imitation of the European
monometallisL  countries,   we   may expect to'see the price of silver drop still
lower. " The only thing that will tend
to enhance the price of  that metal to
any appreciable extent, However, would
be an agreement among the European
nations to use silver at  a  fixed parity
, with   gold.      Many  prominent   silver
men in this country are urging a parity
of 16 to 1.    JJut  this is what it was
nominally before over-production sent
it down with a,run, and 20 to 1 would
probably be a greater concession  than
tbe ihonouietallists would be willing to
give.   --Even at 20 to 1 the loss to the
foreign holders of American securities
would    be   considerable,   unless   such
securities were redeemed at, gold values.
,. Silver, like every other commodity, is
dependent on the law of  supply and
demand.    There is a tremendous accumulation, of silver awaiting a demand
to   be  launched  into circulation.    Tn
tbe  U.S.  vaults  at   Washington  are
stored  'five   hundred'  million   dollars'
worth   of  silver bullion, and millions
' of dollars in silver coin  securely'��� rusting away in^tho mints at Philadelphia
and San Francisco.    There arc,' moreover, numerous silver mines in various
Western  States*0which, even without
���the aid of the Sherman Act, are pour-
���   ing forth millions of tons annually" to
, further  overload ,an   already   bloated
' market.'  With all this silver ready to
flood -the world's markets it is not at
all wonderful that Uncle Sam is very
anxious -to  have  the white metal restored-to its former monetary value.
But thero are other large  silver  producers   besides   the  United   States���
Australia, Mexico and South America,
to say nothing of our own infant industry in West  Kootenay.    All   those
facts must, militate against the restorn-
tiou of .silver to its' former high position
among tho precious metals.
The article speaks of the cost of production, ' and says that with our present methods, and under the. mo��t
favorable circumstances, silver can be
produced for 2S cents an ounce. This
may be so in Mexico or South America,
but it-is well known that the maririn
of profit, with silver at CO cents, is so
narrow that were the price to drop
just 5 cents more the mines in West
Kootenay would all shut down. And
���if this be so in a district where the
ore is the richest in the world and the
veins the largest, what would be the
case where the ore is low grade and
the veins .small? If the Mexican or i
South'American mines can he worked
nt a profit with silver at 55 cents, it is
���     ' the.
tiiMf. respejt than
liiv oilier   town- in
West ivojtenay not on "-the CP.lt.
main line. The coal mincjof Caninon:
are only 1516 miles eautnf Uevuistoke,
and .Nakusp is CO miles south of Reveistoke, a journey of five hours by
steamer, which will be reduced to two
hours when the. extension,of the !H. it
A.'L. lv uiway joins the N. it S. It is
stated that; a Montreal company is
being formed with a capital of .^'200,000^,
to' tT"ut a smelter at Nakusp.    A bet-
h,
,1
.lid not bc.iound., fsuino
cith'.eu.s of Nelson are oiU-ring a guar-
������vuteo of ���?1UO,000 ill laud and . tuonoy
for the erection of smelting woiks in
their tun ii. I.Uit how would thee, got
Slocan   oil;   to Kelson?     The)-  might
o Nakitsp bv rail, thou
to
be
h.iu
lohsoii, whore it v.
;,vin  tian.sf'orier; to
,p  iV,
oul.i
i he
led in Nehoil.
lake
bv SiLtiiiiii-'
have   i;j
ears ami n.iuien to _>'eiroii. iiie r.asio
and Kootenay Like route would nc-
f'-'.si 1. u-o a haul of forty-five miles over
a rough wagon rend before tho o.e
c'.ald bo put mi boan! the steamer. A
third luuie iVnin the Slocan mines to
Nelson is a pack trail along thfi coin so
of rhe iSlocan River. As a smelting
ventre for't he Slocan luincs Kel.-.on is
not in it. Put no doub't the vast output expected from the, Silver Kin,", and
'other Toad Mountain pi-opei-ties, wiii
some diiy keep a smelter at NoLon in
full blast from "oa-iiy morn to dewy
eve:" '     ,
The winter time offers a means of
cheap locomotion which is , 'urgi-ly
takcm advantage, of.. The term ��������".iw-
hiding" means the use of r.ivv or gicen
hides on which The ore is hauled over
tho snow down from the mines on the
mountain sides to the N. it S. Railway
station itt Three Forks. Tin; present
is a momentous time in the history u'i
these mines. Ore is ��� being sent out
with astonishing rapidity ami regularity, considering the small number
of men employed. There seems to be,1
a   feverish   baste   on'the uart of   the
A P 'DP RESENT AT J VK, NOT A
PUPPET.,
Tin; Nelson Miner evidently thinks
it !:as ��� .--cored a hit at the Houston
clique, whicli promoted the candidacy
of-J..Fred Hume, when it designates
Mr. Hume as," a little tin god,"' but in
reality it publishes its own run row*
minuednoss by its childish attempt to
"get even" with the Hoitstonites lry
a silly a.ttack on South Kootenay's
straightfoi ward and independent member. Those who are even remotely
acquainted with Mr. Hume will be
abio to take the J/i/<,<;?���'.���>��� idiotic -',rake-
ovor:' at its true wot th. J t endeavoiVi
fo hold iiiin up to ridicule for voting
against the extension of the Red
Mountain Railway chart or, bestowing
upon htm such epithets as  "tin*  man
>oo.
,,'!
aole to perceive
of known capacity,
"the little, tin g..'ii.
ing peoiil", w ii!
;\i'
of
chatter been extended the
'would have boon enabled u.
their policy of inactivity for
vU) it
Work on the Eivsr Bank Begun.
a:if
.Sow all ui-jefvu-
that
. iitime has proved himself a in in
rapacity,  by   his   -, oh;.      Had   the
miue-owners   to
net ���> their oris  to
'tho-
smelter before the price of siiver takes
another drop. Of course, tiiis was to
be expected. Rut 1 would like to ask
���and I may be blamed fo-/- asking���
are these mines being worked legiti-
mately 1 Are (hey merely, having
their "eye's picked out?" This term
may lie new to some of my readers;
butjt means that Only tho ore is being
taken out of the mine; that the property is not being'rleveloped consistently
with the amount of ore brought out :
that the "addle" or waste ground i.;,
being left-.in the mine untouched : that
when the "ore in sight" is all used up
it will'cost thousands of dollars1 to ic-
move waste ground so as to,get at the
ore "hot in bight. ,.i�� it that the Siocau
mine owners are so eager to make all
they can .while silver isJiovering round
tho 60c. mark that they are neglecting
the true- mining method of " making
good as they go T If this be the true
explanation of so much ore being shipped by mines only a few months old,
then it is safe to say that tho Slocan
mines will be unsaleable when the pro-
sent, owners g'*t through with them.
I have, however, come In the conclusion, which I believe to be a true one.
that the ore bodies are so large in th��
Slocan mines that it'is simply a mattfv
of quarrying it out. and hjisring '5 to
sun.ice���there is no w isUj giound.
. DfO-JENES
company
'.-���i.i'ry on
wo years
111010; and not only thai, but no other
company could build until  the charter
had   lapsed.      The   company obtained
their charter two years ago,   and   Air.
Hume,   with   other   men   of   "known
capacity," rightly considered that, two
vtvis was quite   long enough   for  the
company to 'gat'ier   energy enough to
make a start.   Had the extension, been
granted   there   would   have   been   no
inclination   on. the company's  pari, to
lommenou   operations   for   two   years
longer.     IJefore the   IGt'n  of April the
company will have to send out men to
turn a few shovelofiil of earth  or  lose
their charter.    And this is as it should
be.       We' believe- that   Air.   Hume's
action vvilFbo upheld  by'a majority of
his 'constituents,  and we   also  believe
that his being thrown overhead by tho
���'/'rib 11 tie, instead  of being  a calamity
(as   the   Mittiir  seems  to   think,   aiid
chuckles thereat) will bo of the utmost
"benefit   to   ��Ai\  ilume  in   his   future
political career.''    That he has'made a
Divnnising beginning is evident to a:iy-
one   who   has   visited  Victoiia during
trie   sittin
1.
Oiie Dollar and Fifty Cents a Day.
The Dominion Government engineer,
F. ,C. Gamble, arrived here on Wednesday for the purpose of starting the
'.^10,0'JU job of protecting the rivet hank
from tiie bridge down towards the
smelter as far as the'money will go.
Wo gave a description of the proposed
plai>---o��-operations hist week, which
includes cribivork in the deep water
under the bridge and mattresses along
the b.tui:.' Notices weie posted calling
for contracts for getting out rock, of
which there are oOO cubic yards re-
quired. niir. Uain. Donuehy secured
tlie contract at,Yd..*0 per cubic yard, at
'which price Mr. i^oiineliy will nave to
hustle if he doesn't v. ant to lose on it.
Men applying to Foreman .Smith I01 a
job Vi'eie flabbergasted on being told
that the wages, to bo paid were $i.,r,0 a
day, as the Covei'iimoiil- intended to
make tlie money go as far as possible.
Some of the men weie compelled by
dire necessity to accept such a paitiy
remuneration, but others refused to
work at, Chinamen's wages, 'ihi.iis the
biggest cut o\cv known m ibis district
outside ol'C.P.R. work, and the precedent makes, the outlook a gloomy one
i,e of wages
t of living
this' whole
district Will boon be 'depopulated, as it
will not he possible to buy tin; actual
necessaries oi life���or at' least to pay
for them. There are less than twenty
men at'work, and double that number
are wanted. It is a pity -Mr. Gamble
didn't bring a hundred Chinamen from
V'ictoria, but tiiio will probably lie the
general Usage a tew years hence.' Mr.
Mara has an excellent chance to win a
few laurels for himself by showing Mr.
Gamule that he has matte a mistake.
<T"i "--:"^\ ""T"* /TM ~TT    A
Si^UlA
''FOR
MAKE
XJL     J-
REDUCTION
MPT.
G    \8 e=m
ft /*
\
I
0IVi run ormNu.olUliK.
p> f* & a n
:o:���:o:-
for Wage (sirners. Jf this r.i
is to continue and the cot-
remain   where  it  is,   then
WE ARE OFFERING- A
, t
seount of 15 per' cent.
ON THE  FOLLOWING LINKS
"T**>.        ��� ���
X .1 i��l 'uh
jre
JjH;Q.l@S
i ']
f'y- *Ts w��-ay
���\7
a
i~i
<LVKSU.
yonnes
ts5 w
losiery
jtmnc
lias
of   the  Legislature.    Mr.
won golden opinions from
mcu'i'oers on both sides of   the  House,
not only  for .his genial  and obliging
tptii.tide
disposition, but  also  for  his
in  grasping   and  understanding questions  discussed   in * tho House. '   The
if   will  do
Miner'
��Hy
rigmaro.
J1 nine no harm, and iiis being'
over" by the' Tribun". will do h
power of good.'
Mr.
cast
m a
'     HE HAD LOTS OF BRASS
1  And Made a Good Trade on it
He came down   the  street one.
this week,with aglad-'o-rt-aeh-' ivil
tior.-again oxnrc-"-��irm on   i.vs   l.iee.
it v,i��  nor   noticed   wh.*tie-*r ~:rJ
comedown r!.e tr.iil   or ov-r'i,.e
way Vridu'e.    lie (v.rr-i'd fuf- r^ul i
prosi'octor"- pack. : his h-?;r -i:.'l   is
lio:'!i-i,'.re(I wit h   the   Miikr."'-   S  '���
iilde.-s.
and his oloj bi-s boi'e tinres of v,n-
plaeor i��!mv el ami -,.���-..!; b.i'-. 'Iha!
wa.- a gold u.iiKr ihe von
loot cv.ihl di-i,i:)':':is:i ,;i ,,, ,
.',' it mi, or  v 'In
,,, p........-i, -*o:.
..-..^������1!   iii'-  ;.;
i -t."  i; 'in:' ui
!;������    pjod.iee.i
perliaps, be
still
siivc-r at a small p
p i--5lble  t.
iia,
roht without iHf!eciie_'
of  a
the miner's wages to the pittai
.serf.
| no (>u��  kn
; !']:"<'r;i'g rh>
i .   ',
lie ('-,,-,'Ll ','   ,.
1   , ' i
| bi>il';!ii      (in
\ aiV..,m *.i iv >'.
eh I'liii!-1 ii-'il
j seven or - :;;)ir
I  V'.-.-! -, ".vigh"!!.
1 (if.:.    This   'v.-
j  keeper e, n'd  i
I b'-iug -n ; i^iiii.
j  w'a.- willing i' ' !,'k'e
I  beim.' ~M<   ,i<,  ounce 1
!i lill      fvf     hi' ,tl     golf
only   becau---e   the  cheapest u��  cieap-f milI,tn^  ,.,.1^]^.;^,. !r.  t>
'labor can there be, obtained.     Here it
Mjeiijs to "be taken for granted tint, the
niiues  would   shut   down  rather 'than j
cut the miners' wages  to the stand trd :
obtained by tiie Mexican  peon   or-  th'"
South American  half-breed.     11 -i!\e>
tr-jea ,below   35 cents   our   mim's wil:
shtit down and wait for a rise���or tin
transportation    companies    cut   the;,
freight charge- in' halt���or, better -tnl,
smelt the ore on the spot, and vuv i h"
cost of carriage alioireih":.     It wouid,
day
,o-i
telei"!--
THE TROUT LAKE MAIL ROUTE.
The First Round- Trip.,
Fred Allen, who carries the mail
between Reveistoke and Trout Lake,
returned here from his first round trip
last Tuesday. !le left with a team of
four dogs on the previous Thursday
and passed the first night at the Wigwam.Nextday he started early over the
sleigh road for the head of tbe lake, and
found the travelling excellent. The
moufn of the river is open and he
crossed to the Arm by boat. Tho nogs
made  excellent time   along, ihr.  Arm
' and I totted a'ongwith about lOwlbs. on
I '
j I ho sled   quite  easily.    At Thoiu.-ou's
j Lauding ai.d Larueau lie  found things
[ lively and everybody ."delighted to get
; tfit-.r mail-- the fiis>t lor several weeks.
j Six   men   are   working   on   the   new
j iii-idge over Fish Creek, under the fore-
��� mauVhip  of Sandy McRae.    They had
got out nearly, ail th" ties needed, and
expei ti-d l<; have the  work  completed
by  th"   t-.Lii"  n.-ivigation  on   the Arm
[ vv.o   open.     It   1--  0:1   the   si.tu  of   ttie
ioriK' i- -t '���iiuttii 1*.   1 be snovv \v;i.s deeper
1 and   sof'tei    b'-evw.-n    'i'h(,:rssou"s   and
Ti-).;i    l^rt,.e,  a.M   Albn   borrowed   n
,ie la-l" five mil''-, wiiifh
i, immit   for   tllo  etog.-, as
���a:
the   sled sunk too ,<<*'*;>.
1*. pi-wise.-   (.)"  ihe ho-pi-
r\
he
,111,'-.
v>i) la ��� .: i'"i !
...rieioi    I   n ���
.V. el efj   11.   1 lie
���-* '>"gg
:o..'ie it    :i)i.:
i le.j : ii'ii:,,:
lie 1- .oi >i ,n
, i.ili'y , : Oiii'. e,|  Jo !l,fli. bv
1 ill,  .<i   1 b ���   ll.cli'i' ay    11
i,.'.-ei"ii.
'il.i'l!   ;..,��'.      "'if.  1 ..I il'-TI ill    !.,ii   il
liil,-l;i-l   ijii'i-i'   ,: ��� 111   1 iU( t;'.!\ i> ,1 fi^ -,
. The unemployed men-to the, number
of about eighty met in Peterson's iiail
yesterday to discuss ^the question of
wages (tfl.oO'a tlay) being paid on the
Govern men t protection work.���Air. L.
Fret/., who was called'to tiie chair, explained the objects 01 the meeting and.
said the tights of vvorkingtuen must be
guarded.���Mr. W M. Hrown asked that
any of those who had seen Mr. Gamble
or Mr. Smith (foreman) should slate
what they had heard from those gentlemen.���Mr. W. Glenn said Mr. Smith
iiiforiued him that tho rate, of wages-
might be raised.���Th'e Chairman'suggested that a committee be appointed
.to see. Mr. Smith on the'Subject and
report "the result to , the meeting.���
Alossrs. McKay, ' (.kuidell ana Dickie
were chosen for this purpose, and went
out'to see Air. Smith.
Oq, their return Mr. McKay stated
that the. foreman said the rate of wages
was fixed at $1.50 a day, and he bad noo
authority to make any alteration, although a little more might be paid l'oi
special work. He. also said that if the
business men of the town did not see
their way to reduce prices to meet
these wages a boarding-house would be
started and supplies brought in from
outside.���Air. Brown moved that a r.-
solution embodying the facts be>drawn
up and transmitted both to tiie Premier
and the loader of the Opposition at
Victoria.���This was agreed to. and a
committee,was chosen 10 carry it out.,,
^lv. Dickie said: .According to'Mr.
Smith, the Dominion Government had
control over both appropriations.���As
the Dominion House was not in session
it was considered advisable to send the
resolution to Victoria.���On the motion
of AIr.''lI. Needii.im, the secretary was
instructed to send a report of the
meeting to ,tho Kcivj-Adverliscr and
Cubctiibian.
Votes of thanks to the chairman and
secretary, and to Mr. Peterson for the
free use of the hall, brought the proceedings to a close.
���R39 TCO���EVKBTT &VWf%'$&"&a-   'C-^/S5!
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^jvocue *vfz-,rGxrejz~rm~rt2Xk.T.
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A
NOTARY   PUBLIC
3     '
REVELSTOKE, "B.C.
Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Com-
mission Agent.
FiRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.
Rcpresentative!of the Kootenay Smelting & Trading Syndicate.
'  :o-:        , ,.    ,.'     ft
AOHNTfFOU TROUT LAKE CITY, EVANSPOIIT/kASLO & NAKUSP
����
o
s
DO'W:A r
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
^,
M
WINES,
AND ��� CIGARS.
APHAHAAISON   BTiOS., Puoimiiktohs.
sirst-'Cisi.sB  Table
i'iy Ks&.*,
'BUS MEETS   ALL   TRAINS   AND   STEAMBOATS.
Letters were .sent  to Air. Mara, Mr.
Seuiliu   and   Hon. TLeo.
IT.
o, in id a
ii,|-y Laug-
,    thoi.t   l"r-
Mr. 1 ..iii'-ri s
II.Ill's
1
,' I' ,
i"r  hatr
! p in ui'- ���
and   f"
.'-.    mi'!'"
IsltT"
ili.i ���
ke    S
'l.'
I 'I .
J I IS.
Lie
1 I'inM ly
At prese.nr, hundreds of ioii^of high
grade silver ore���and only 01 e 1 r m :-'
high grade would  boar the expense ���>(
so nijch handling and such a, longhnu!
���are being   shijiped   1 ruin  the .">] k-.o,
everv week to smelter's over a tiiriu-aud
miles'aw.iv, and the prolits are s,u 1 to
,       . ��� ,    ��� .- .-, , -i ru-'lv. iu-ta- ijl.iiei-go
be   tairly   remunerative,   alter pe.vnig!   .    -.    ' - ���'-
for  fir.st ctwt of  purchasing the prop-
ertv-,  wages   for   developing  the mine
and   gottiug   out   the  ore.     Hut  how
much greater would be the profits were
there  a  sinelter  in   Ivootemiy to I roat
the olo on the spot, low as th", piesent
freight   charges   are,   considei ing   the
distance.    If   our  silver mine-, aie to
he worked with silver   below 60 cent-,
a smelter at tin; mines is a vital ik":os-
fcity. Probably the best point foi' .1
large smelter to treat Slocan 01 e is at
Jsakusp, the finest shipping port in the
interior. It is connected with the
mines by a .short railway, it has ample
room, magnificent water power a/id
facilities foi- .shipping that no other
town in the district posnesses. Ii.s
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but   for    oi'f    trilling    (Ir.ivvhaek    ihe
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hand (^l.r^k.V.'J, and l he mine;- dei hfe.l
to take a cheque, as beintc of   no 11 -e |o
him.    Kvenf ually ho ooiisen'.ed   t
15 o'/,s. at I be same price, ,11.d t !:i, sin. i-.
keeper* rio.lied uprhe.imoi.'il,-   .-f;^0^.50
Th"     long-bail 1 U     gold    clicrj-C'-f   tben. ab ait
d"paife(l with th" money and    til-    bai
anc-of  the "dust."    Of  oour-e,   tiitM
was   nothing   iinusii,i]   in    this   u-:n.
ixi i,'ou, .is fill Ihe .storekeepers   in (own 1 inoi!   v\ ,11   i,e
liuygol'l; but on a-iibioipierit exa'iiiii-
ation by an ccperti the "iiuggei.-." -.veie
found to be--not,gold  at all I  l/n't small
pier es of lirass, artfully boafoii out with
a   hammer  and    indented   with   small
pit.-, a,nd civil ies info   which   -iiinl  bad
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l.t-l night elicited (be following reply :
.\"(,thiVu{0 in possibly cliai.i'o rale ot' wi^-ys.
\'irir.'n>ri Uifin 1-" -in.ill foul -.u,i'!t 'ins In !����� ilmiu
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i   mo down pi-')|)ortioii<i.t\.'Iy.
Tl.'Hf). davii;.
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I>. .Mr Doiiiil-l, "Lni'ile.iii Jack,"
o l"fl K"\ el-.toke seven months ago
(lie f'lsice iliver di-triol, ariived
!; heie this Week-, 'le has put in
.-1 of I (in t iiii'1 at South i'dm.uijoii,
i. h   he .sa v.-'is a ' lirivlug low ti.    lie
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put on with -oiiie sort of eolopo-iM. m
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where did the iiieky sellei  go?    lie had
1 and hoik  "f I be ii irber ��� in
d ' hf   h in of   on  lo i0
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soon  a-   the   -now'fh-appi'.u- .
;���"! iii'ii jo'iriify   good   lime  vv.e,
Ihe      Ifi'riogg.in      pi ovhig     fa:
I be sleigh ii nd easier for f in-
A lien will start   on his iiexl
the   1'
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iniiiii i i' i vi   lo   I Ik    <   I n( i, v. llo i   om
of th    iif -t it lb > - going
,,' ,...i IIKI .iUovc
in les l,i low, bill
[ I'.-uoirieiial -ii< ce
.-.'i worth of gold .lixl I e.en reined horn
?:.' field. He i-iiy- th"ie aie .-evcial
j ii-n working the bai s of tin- river, but
t !"��� let;:; ;is (lid not .e, frag" vi i-y high
.;! .V) if' $'���'< -i flay. 'I I." gold i> very
f'-ii" and tfi" ;ipp!'<''iee infistly in use is
.vi'.nt i- (.died a '��� t'l :/���/! y." II is a sort
of hoX v,iie;'' t b" ��� a'nl   i'.   dumped  and
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'bpT.er, v-iy liimlar lo I be " f'radles"
oi ���' I'or-kei -," in '!-'��� on the <'f.iumliia.
.( i' k .;i",ilti vcrv ntgbly'fif l!i" bospi-
l.ilily fii)(| good be.u l"(itn'-s of the
S',l|lh Kdnioiiloniaiis, but be -���iy.s
leoii"',- is very seai e<- up there and he
vas gl.'ifl lo get, home agniu. lie
lil'lUgf'sl'   -������Mi''    speoiliu lis    of     Ja-per
\Savc 5 per cent, on your
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General Groceries.
Clolhino'.
Tinware.
On all purchases over Oxi-: Dollar.
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f fe i.s ��iart
ii ii(1   other
I K'li   claims   in  ,i he   I h.iu. ,i'..l   ul-o
in:   a    mining   claim   al    Hcii    Lake,
wliil'ior he is "one to   do   some fi-.,������.���
in  ui  wiil k     I K  "- ivs tin \  v  nl solp   i
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Market afopds.
H33 BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  PAGE 3.  LOCAL  ii. iui.i*-.sj.  Bar silver a'-Wv. an ounce.  Sheriff Redgrave was in town on  Wednesday.  Billy Cleveland is buck from the  Lardeau.  Mr. and Mrs. F. M'cCarty left this  week on a visit to friends in Tacoma.  " Wilson and Yorke, .the' tramp  journalists, arrived in Vancouver on  Wednesday.  ��������� ���������' Lost.���������Folding key, nickle plated.  Finder will oblige by leaving same at  Kootexay Mail office. '  We arc* obligee! to withhold some appropriate poetry" on the late carnival  on account of want of space.  Owing to a suowslido at Clrinwiiiiani  the Atlantic express-, din* here, atii.lo  a.m. Jo-flay, did not arrlvetill 5 p.m.  ORE SHIPMENTS VIA REVEISTOKE.  Rev. R. Smith  1!  conduct  service  in the Presbyterian church to-morrovv  evening at 7...0. Sunday-school at Li.:-X>.  - Services at the Methodi'-t church tomorrow atJ ]ij.yo ;i.m. ami 7..;i) p.iii.  Rev. (k A. Prociuiii-r pastijr. Ku.-ulay  school at, 2.30. ,, i  Alberta Tribvv.*: H. Sc-c-oi-d, ,fur  buyer of Kdmonio.-i, h.ts secured- cor.-  siderable fur at itevclstoko and other  western points.  ��������� Nelson Tribune: 'Billy Perdue was  nine  days in  getting two carload;, of  ��������� beef cattle from Sicamous to Three  Forks. "' , <;  "   The death is  announced <of Gen. f-ir  'John Hawkins, Royal Engineer--, who  was idenfifieil vvich' the Canadian  Northwest Boundary Oomiub-.sion.  .lo'hrmy Noils-nii ami Ed. Khiiiian  retiii-'noci last uighfc from Big Bend,  after a good trip. The going was  capital,, hi) miles being'covered in one  day.    They report everybody ,vell.  Artliiii 0. Dick is once moio to be  seen in lown. He. . has been in the  SIoo.ui clititriot since' last, fall, and intends spending the summer in the Big  Bend country.  There will' be a *0'Badge Social" in  connection with the Y. P. S.O.E. on  Monday evening. " A short programme'  will be "presented.'-" Admission���������adults.  ������3o : children. 15c. All .-ire invited.,  ' Tho race between Alex. Cumuiiiigs  and Morgan David lias been postponed  till more fav.liable weather.. Morgan is  in good trim, hut.Alex, is a favorite at  2 to 1. ,      , ' '  Feb. 0-Plo.-fi.nSti.-..  " it���������Noltiu l'we..  " 11.���������  "   IJ.���������ICuho    " 11.���������Sloc.ui Star .  " 12.���������Noble Ki-.e..  :' 1-'.���������t'locan Star .  "  12.���������Idaho   " is.���������mooiu HiKi-  "   II.���������Jtcco   "  ](.���������X ible Kivo..  ���������*���������  ll.-ltl.clni     . ...  "   1.3.���������Sioo.ni Star .  "   i'l.���������itfVfl   '   "   l.'i.���������Xoblf- Five..  The < vflie'c of uic-  0;na!,:i; Nubrfioka.  1 enr  1   "  Pl.oyi po'inils  3ii.'KJfl      ''  " 12J,(lilll  " 411,000  " 31,031  " 40,0(111  " ������.-,),(; 10  "   n-,iivr,  "  ���������' 3 lti/l'Jit '"  " ���������10,010  " :iy,{X������  " 10,000  ,-(,(i0il        "  ���������' 'f),0,Tj        "  " !J,000  vv.a-.  shipped  to  The ice winch formed in the lake in  the early part of the wool: caused .some,  delay to the boats ye-tei-diiy, but they  reached Bannock Point all   light   and  iare making thoii  n  No further trouble  in   tiie  occur.  rular trips to-day.  expected 1'j-oui ice  lake,  and  no delay is likely to  REVELSTOKE POLICE COURT.  [llEKOltK K I-VJAJ-'I-Ilt, J.P.]  As the rei.ultof a row e.'hieii i ecuirod  hist Saturday between "Fand ~ .i.ui., X.  Hiopello, S. Hutchinson, \V. ALeCuUofh  and others were < aeh charged at the  Polioo Court (Jii Monday morning witii  'being., in the words of the statute,  '��������� a loose, idle an disorderly por-on.-'  '.Jay Norton wa-'the first witness and  tho charge iigainst S. Hutehin.-on pro-  ei'-odod with. Norton dopa-od that ho  wa������ playing pool in'the bavrooin of the  Columbia, Home on t;u-' me; ning in  qiie-tioii, v.-'r.oii he wa.-< asked by  Hutchinson if hi; had made certain  remarks    attributed   to   him, bv   one  Devlin.  rho  ,i),  id    boon    fu!kii!  io  A masquerade  'Bourne's Hall iir  ball will be held at  Friday evening next.  Tickets $1. This is instead of the ice'  carnival which cannot be held to-night  bocau.se'of tho dejfthof snow on the ice.  'St. Valentine's day was uneventful  ,lo most of us, but Mr. Thps. Steed -vas  ���������the recipient of, a very pretty valentine, a present from his witP. ft vv as a  fine girl, and Tom does not touch the  ground in walking now.'  '  Thos. Lewis is hauling' hay from  across tlie lllociHewaeb which "he purchased'from R. Tapping. Although  cut two years a;;.i it is said to bo in  lino, condition, .rid Tom's smile is ;ui  unusually broad one. ,     <Ss  It is stated that, the Knsio &,Slocan  Railway will be bt'iiit tiiis sumi.'ei���������, tbe  Great Northern undertaking tbe work;  and that the grading will ho lot in  small sections, to allow local contractors a chance. t       , .     .  The'"Calgary' Tribune .has ju������l.  changed haVids'for the third time, Mr.  John Croagh, of that city, being the  proprietor. Tiie name of the pap"j'  has been changed to the Alberta  Tribune.  Mrs. Northey 'returned. here on'  Wednesday, having been an inmate of  Royal .lubi'loo Hospital, Victoria, since  ��������� December 0th. where she underwent'  an operation' which Was partially  ���������successful.  It is stated that our respected townsman, Mr. lloldich. has the contract for  blasting the rock lo'pih'ed for the river  bank. Now we'd see the dirt fly. The  , process is well known to all.���������[Communicated.]     '  Sol Tlolden. the .'driest.' Big Bend  minor, arrived-in town this week from  a two months visit to Ontario. ' lie is  in partnership with Charley Norleins  on a promising, placer claim on Gold  Stream, and will go up in a.day or two.  Someone hits stolen 'M.. David's  favorite retriever���������not tho "nondescript," it is to be hoped���������and now, like  David of old. bo mourneth much. It,  would not bo wis", however, for the  thief Ui com'.1, within hailing distance  just yet.  Mr. Thos. Kather!y, for several years  chief,- engineer in the service of the O.  & K. Nitv. Co., has been in i own during  the greater part of, the week. Mr.  ilathorly, who is residing on his ranch ,  near Salmon Arm, is building a good  razed si earner for service, on Shusw.-ip  Lake.  Last Friday Consiahle Roatlie went  to Now Westmiii:-tor from Kamloops  with eight long term prisonois from  the provincial jail there to place them  under tho charlie of Governor Moresby,  as tho Kamloops jail 'is too full for  comfort. , These prisoners will complete their terms at Now Wesimio.stor.  Mr." Gamble. Dniuiiiion (���������ovornmoii!,  engineer, arrived i:i onviil'i'.'iit Vieroria  ,nn'Wednesday morning. Tie spent, a  couple of days in town, being occupied  with letting contracts foi getting i (K-I-:  and instructing Foreman Smith regarding the piotectivi- works on the river  bank, and loft again on Thursday  night.  ffutchiiiton. ' Witness took Devlin and  Huichhioon inlo.-i. room oil' the, liar and  there s.it isfied tlieui that it was a mistake. 'E'lioru'iig i'loni the room wit-  no-'.s met Rioili'lle who accused him of  being a," knocker'' (the witness failed  to explain i.homoaning of the tennjand  ad van tod roy-Sh-ds him, wiih the result  that ho ftuuid'iiimsclf on the iiooi-, but  did not know exactly how he got'there.  Witness , had bur, a hazy i eoolloction  of^whaL ffiiiowi-i'i. but, bo romotnbe'i'ed  Mr. Brown iiilerloring to '���������top the row.  lie admitted he was not entirely .-ober  when the fn-.cas occurred. Under  cross7o:-:iiiiiiii;itiori witness said Hutchinson had bei-i' (c,id that'ho (witness)  was' re-'po.iHbic for���������taie iiiscri,ion ot a  li;ir.igra]>li in th" M.vn, warning tin-  lioru������ to "leave town, but lie had satisfied acciftod that 'he' had not,inspired  the paragraph in question.  I^iiriii"Lee saivt she was out foi-an  oaiiy Walk on Saturday morning, and  'Hearing a noise when passing the  Columbia tfoiiso. she b-okod in. Going*;  in by th-1 back' door she saw Riopelle  >z\;v') Norton by tho collar and throw  hio.i 'flown, 'a.-id Ih'Mi, said she, " F  juviiped in between; them and grabbed  RiiSjiolle by the m'onth with my left  liaiiii and tried lo keep him oil' Norton." She tuw the ''gunner from Gal-  way "', (ijcvliii') lake oif ids coitr.a.s if lo  w.-i-lo in, tMit Mr. Brown ordered him  to * put il oo again. The row lasted  about lb re" minutes.   , ,  W.nM. Brown ."aid he heard some  lou-.l talk bra, .ptiid no utter.! ion to it  ���������in* \iv.i i-oiu'ti;;  iu a   chairj'but whe-i'  The Skating. Carnival.  * i  The ice carnival last Saturday night  Wiis a di-tinct succo--. rendere-d so not  only by tlie number and   variety  of  masked and costumed skaters, but the  clerk of the,weather w;>s very gr.icious  and favored chv.- ciowds which covered  the ice with exactly the sort of weather  needed lo eiwire enjoyment.    The full  moon, sailing  grandly f>ver the. snow-  clail peaks, illuminated the scene with  a power little less than daylight, and  the slight fog which rose from the river  soon dissipated into tho ether when it  found  it������elf lie irop.    The spectators  seemed to enjoy tho brilliant scene in  spite   of   the   cold���������and   it   was   cold  standing   sMll��������� as   the grotesque procession of skaters-passed before fhem.  Owing to  tho difficulty of obtaining  the names of all who were in costume  we niii't ivfrain from publishing any,  le-t those who .".re not mentioned take  offence.    Aniouir the really good representations  wo  noticed   .a  fairy,  snow  (paeon, Old Mother Hubbard, America,  Lucy Gray,  Thk Kootkn'ay  Mait,. a  Big Bond prospector, a's.-indwich man,  Royal  Engineer, Northwest Mounted  Polioo,  blue   hussar,   naval   officer,   a  monk, nigg'*r gal, J.-ick of JTeaih--, two  171 h century .p.-tso's, Morpheus, several  clown's,  drummers, a sister of. mercy,  and   other   excellent   representations  whose meaning could  only he guessed  at. Ti'? following were awr.rded prizes  either for skating or costume : Messrs.  Guy   Harbor,   Albert  Stone,   Clarence  Marsh. W. P. Orage,  O.' Ill Allen and  Bert Temple; Mrs. Ciair.-i'1!-, Mr.". V,'.  Crage, Hisses  -May  Adair, Alice Northey. and  Lyd.t Edwards.   Mu.-ic was  provided by the orchestral band, and  Mr. P.'Arena '.!isp"nsod   refreshments  in a large tent elected on the'ice in tho  centre of the t'ink.   Tii"!-e was to have  boon another cai-uival to-night, but tho  advent of  warmer weather  and   two  days' snow have put an end to skating  for tho present.    A masquerade soiree  in Bourne's 1 Lnil next Friday night has  boon substituted.    ,    ���������  FHE'PLACE-TO BUT  a 9  f  en  I h  SlRD-WARE, stoves  ^L.1^C  Vl I  ra**X_[VS*S-S.  E^sss  a     Vt a ,    '4 issM  ������A.lf.J  AT  j&"  %J  A  lo  TO  I'KT  '"^ ur  Sfe  Jf U'lvOll-^  !M  Hi Miu.uvr  S;^���������i*^v  Rioi'.olh* ,\'.\i\ Norton elonciioil he inter-  ferevi"a'!i'.l so;.',i'iatod tb.om.  This boiim: all tl:;- evidence the charge  a-j;,-iiust Jlutrhiiison was di.md'ised.  Ijiopolle being' oui? cif town. his. ease  could not lie gone on with.    A remand  "       the  and  Increased Railway Fares to the East.  A new tariff of passenger rates on1  the C. P. R., from > Vancouver to the  Fast, came into cd'eot' yesterday. The  fare from Reveistoke is the same as  from Vancouver, and the increase will  affect both places similarly.  The following schedule shows the  changes to the principal points :  xcw���������hatb���������oi.n.  Sdf 70     $57 20  .EOCENE IN  *T   13 h TJliTi-T'C!  -iJjtAJL!  mm  '"AMI CASES.?  PBATT'S ASTRAL OIL IN CASES,  Montreal���������1st class.  '2nd    "   .  Toronto���������1st     ",.  1" 2nd    "  .  60 50  Gl SO  53 SO  .3.1   iiJ  ol SO  -10 05  c^tai  f   P.      -3   2    B  J^O  :o:  -:o:-  %W7  i a  ore.jsevl !���������  y '���������$���������>,  : tin-.  and  class faro is in-  fares   fo other  of three days was asked  foi   by  Crown   in tlie case of McCulloch",  when it was ca!i"d for iio.-iriiuc T'liurs-  day morning 'the information was  withdrawn. ' '  Archie Cm Ho returned to town this  week after 'several months absence,  and hud an old warrant served on him,  in which he������is charged with threatening Jfiilen Swift with bodily harm. The  case'came up on Thursday morning,  and-was adjourned' r.iifi! Monday to  permit piaiutili! '.o secure counsel.   o   Notice to Correspondents.  '  The following lot for has been received  at t his office and we  have a motive for  publishing it:  Editor of tho Kootknay Mail.���������  DiCAK Sin,'���������" j'lio. Reveistoke Observer" would like lo correspond with  "The Reveistoke Porcupine" wit.h a  view to comparing notes tin the subject  of liis remarks L; la'-t week's Mail.  Could yiiu kindly put me in connection  with him ?  [Neither " Po're.npino" nor "Observer"  hsve complied willi a standing rule  of this oilier��������� that Ihe name of (bo  writer must accompany all ooiiniiuni-  cafions intended for anonymous  publication. Wo do not know who  the "Porcupine1" is, and therefore  would not have published hislotler  any way. Wo flo not know who  "Observer'' is, but we publish his  Jotf c r, so a,s (o ivttcr call :i< (otifioii  In tho following: " All oiuimiunii-.t-  i ions wiih no o: li"i --igii.it lire than a  irjiii-iln-piiiui" iviil be consigned In  thf v/yiH.o jsapor ,,:i,'i>et,'"- Kl>.)  '     Mr. Keliie's \Vages Bill.  After our first page was printed we  received notice that Mr. Keliie's "Payment, of Wages Kill" bad been withdrawn and a new bill substituted therefor. The ueW bill is substantially the  same as the one withdrawn, with the  substitution of the following :  Sec. 2.���������No payment of wages (except  goods 'or moiohandisj* agi <*od upon  between employee and employer) sh;iii  be made or offered by any person for  labor performed within' the Proviin t-  of British Columbia by any cheque,  oivler. tini" cheek, l.O.u., bill of exchange, promksory note, or oilier  undertaking other Iii;ni gold or silver  currency, or bank notes or hills drawn  upon oi- payable :;t o  locality not within the  British Columbia.  points on the line show a corresponding rate of i'lieroasc. ...  The increased tariff is supposed to he  iii consequence of the recent meetings  of the Passenger Association' at  Chicago.  >To. ill.  *> -it.-, t;  l������8 ri-;,:  '-��������� = i^;ii3i,l ti-j.Jii in   fl  Foreign  "COMPANIES" ACT," PART IV.  &C  El-XiS,  p  />c  UO  -������   ������  ���������OFFIOE iSTORE,  iTt  ���������>r,  ijents  ^lirnishiiigs,  ������bO) I.  Bellingham Eaj' Hydraulic Mining Co';  (Foreign).  within   any  Province  of  -r.o pavnu  bo  ���������at i->  bo niiido. or  See  offo.roii to bo made, iii vi->iatioii ot oec  2 of this Aft,'sli.dl hi; ;jilowe.i as a tic���������  fonofs in .'I'.v iivtion or proceeding tor  fhe i C'CiVH'-y of wages, or 'no given or  recoivcii in cvivteuee thereon, nor shall  any such payment in any way affect  ;���������!'>��������� cliii'ii i.r lien for labor ; but, in c;is-  of the payment of whole or in part., or  ������:>lo or ti.-iiisfi'i- of such paper, writing,  en* instrument, by the payee, t tie sums  revived by him shall "ho hi 1.1 and  treated as payment or payments on  aeoount.  TWICE CROV/NED AS A VICTOR.  Dr. Pricc'f; Baking Powk-r Wins at the  "           Fairs  V/orld's and ilidv/ir.ter fair.  t I'luiuph  l ice's L'l'f  l>���������  iOO'.i  icinii-  Another   '���������ignal  aclr.t-"od by i)r. i  Powder. Ai liio t V.liroruia Midwinter  l''airof \$'~!\ asi.ili.e Wurki's Columbian  Exposition of IJHS. it su'-]:;isso.i ;'.;i eom-  petifors. An i-vpeit jury, after careful  an.-ilysiii and exliriiistsve oonip.iiisoi:. ,-i-  wa'-ileil it higli-sl ho.iois ami a speoi.-il  gold tneihii. riiOHW.ird was foi-highest  loavoning power,  general excellence,  bv tin* uiiiiuiaiiius  Coupled  witii (he victory at  Ciiieaiio  (ho iiciiievoiii.'iit ai S iu  fh-ios   :)r.   Price's ;i-.   --Tho   Foil  Baking I'tiwd-'i1 in I ho Woild.'    /  stands supremo.  Registered tho. 13 th day of January,  IS)).")."  T nKTlERV CrcRTriTV'that I,have this d..y  -L registered tho Bci.i '.voiiasi Hay HviiRAfiao  Mini.vg I'o.moaxv (Foimics), under the '"Coin-  IianiCa Act, P.irt IV., RcvjiitiMtion ot I'oroijjrn  Companies." ana the " Companioa' Act Aniond-  m-.'iK. Act. IS?:)." -.-. ,-^sl  The Head Olh'ce of the s.iici 'Ctiinpiiny i< situated at '.lie City ot K-iirlnveii, Whateoin County,  ^'���������vliaigtfiu. U.S.A.  The objects for vvliicii the <-������iitl Company is  established ra-o : To comluct a g'aicral nitui:iR  hv :!;u.-s in iho .Stace (.f \Vus,iiinst(>i������ aud in tlio  1'rovinoe of l?i-iii~h Colcaibia; to buy. sell.'  '���������.���������isf1 .ir.;l own uiiai'i-f ehiiia ; and ininco m the  .State of V.'asaiiiKtcni anil in tno JJroviiii;o of  l'.nti������li Colin.-ibifi: to buy, sol).ii':i-.eandovMi nil  Tiiaeiiincry iii'ecs.-ai-yand 3'rop^.i- for operating,  and vvorliiut; '-.ti-i ir.iiiiiii; lirojjcrf j : to any, svil  r.i'.l o',%'ii all i:ec'-'i-ary siuijilit,-- and ciniiimicn!  noct-;i: y .".lid proper to eoiKlnct <i i"enc ml niin-  ir,^ tii.iiit -->; to b:iy, s.-ll. ow.'i ami npei.ite  ������-. lI'.'-,".!!-.^, tc-oiis anil all neix-saiy inoiui', for  li-in-poitii.u :U- .'Utii'iie., and ctpiiiinieul to and  from .-.ii(l lnuiiiii; property wherever the same  iiiay te '-itiiiite; to buy, soli, own ami operate  on electric ]>!<������iit for: lie p-irpoae o* ligrlitii't; oi  opc-miai^,-the machinery of said mines; to erect  biiilfiiiiu-, fviid to carry on a geiicral uierchan-,  di-ing bv.-mcvo in connect ion ^v-!lll s,\ivt mines;  to oi-, n and conduct a lioaritiiig-lioiwoin cor.nee-  tioii with the -.ii(i lo.Incs; to inoi*(jase its pro-  peii; cuni "ai-e money il.ercju for she purpo-es  of f.iwIiUtiiit: the o;it,i-.ition of stiiil proiioity ; to  borrow miiiioy for the saiie purpose and to ilo  any. .liiil-jill thing.-- reoui-ite, neee--.-u-y ainl  l.roiiorfvjreoiidiictin^n o-iiernliiiminy liiisine--.  anil to facih!.it,e tlio Ki-'iei"i C'b.ioots and purposes of -slid Company.  Tiu C.o.'it-i] Sluek of the said Com))'Uiy i-<  in.- dollar,-, <:i. itlM ii.lo six hundred  lifiy.if-Ilavst'.vl).  l nude- my iiand'au-I --'.ai of otiice, ot,  Viehiiia. Pro-, iuce of briti-h c'ohiinbi.i, tiiii;  rraa'-i.-ch con- ; '-Vvent'i dsy of .',ee:,uj, uno timii-vii'l eight  lK-st I liia>>lic'l it'ic: iiinoty-iive.  - ys,rv,i fc^^������^  bos  P  kri TOILET  of every description.  f-BS���������  g  \ rW  (3     s.  ���������!���������  p^p  ������  iifti'  &>a  ii  YOU  Vva-tU  to reach-the People in the North Riding' of West Kootenay  YOU SHOULD  id  JcL  1/  o o o o o o o o o  o. o o o c  IF  YOU   WANT  '.V,i l'v I W  perl'eet  p.r.rity" and j thirty ihoi:  .'   It was su:a,iinod \ s'a-uc  vote <'{   the iuni-vs. I     Giv  now i  U--,]  Kecri.str."  s. y. wootox.  of John :si.(K!k Coinpninc-.  Bill Cook C-ls 50 Years.  In I he L"iiitoil St,it"s nisji'ic! Com!  ;it ImhI friiiih, Aik., !.a-l. Tuesday, lid".  t'li.i!:. tiie notorious oui law. was id,in-!  eaillv   on    h.i'l' ii  ilo/-'1!)   counts   and  [fes t^42 r<-r1  mm ^  :ili*iic i v! to ui veai s"  I,ne ..e\\  M'l.ll'.V.  fi-;p:-!)'!i!:!y.  l.-l!c  imp) l.TiiuiiOUv in j  i'oiiii.���������:'.;:..! v  ot !  ^ to  lie   look    hi-   -si".)-'onei;   iili-  3Iorc CUKES  hnvo been ei-  ^s-.s-j-j st:- H       a   w u n. u������  fectod by my  t~Xj k>I"���������������'-**���������"������'"'J'   "���������*���������" '*���������������"������,   Tn-.ssos, with  Sfi ^4*   rtrf'-cl oppc to wearor thnTi by nil otbci"  Pv? Ph   ili'iii'.'.nimli 1   Thev.oti.mliirijeet  aUk&'J tuiauio ui.jur sevtrt-Bt Hrnln A &ys-  !*iS's?v,'. in of-.lf.-nrJiu'i oes.li porfoeted the i  'tsjsr-*;' ins; B1 ve-trs lully eouul tqjjoraonnl t\  uht '.'1'i   rxmmsitioii >'J  mail.   27pntent2  ������;j  <3 ;J*a1 -'! 1'ori.lrc i^t"t t^rtiYi-S i t gat  job Hij   - -  "���������"��������� -   -  CI������A'tf.K'������ ������ 1.1 'rt������  Hi iliiitf ^t.W., I'O.CGitJ,  &m  m.  *%  fl  5Tou can get it clone at the  r^\m  h B a S 9 'i a  7 .i������  a 11 y  ''!  t  PRIPF  \1 OF  U  Pf|V|  hut i  o  o o o o o o o o o  ooo'oooooooooooooooooooooooo  REVELSTOKE, WEST'KOOTENAY, B.C. P 'O^  A-   ..  l.  -V >'   j ^  T i r i?   r - / v/ '.rrT.-crv a  V  j   *   * J -  ?OJ.iD    LITS   OF    AIR  FROZEN IN INTENSE COLD AND LOOKING LIKE iC!������ OR GLASS-  Prof.   Duwnr's    Si������^r������I������  for   the 'Absolute  Zeio���������Svilnliand Nltiogi.u   aiul  Xiifiuificfl  Ox} K< it���������IJowntlJo   i-'ttlo   Siiciwi������lviiiiui 111  1I1������ Lalinj-Kiory Aro I-io.luccv!.  1he so r.i'1 for the* klio of abfoluto teai-  i GL.tiire :- i eO'g sic.td ly pus' t* i foi i.mi  a Leiidoii, England  Ii. y il  l.vi  put  (I  ,,pi  11   .C   s  si   lit.  Ov  .���������iiii  O    i i\,  O.lVvJT   AI  uJLiA.  i  ��������� - i .iiy  s       I t    (I)    Vc-(  i.N MO wcnK-  THE ALPINE CIIASSEURS  1,.    .   -'     .1        :!���������:,,,,    is     ,     , ,  ,.    HOW   THEv   Tz-cb'TO   E/>CH OTHER  h ;'l.   'I     ���������   e    uilt . .. v.l   i..,   '    ' ���������"   of. ACriOSS   rnE WATuii  ���������Idd,    II j   I    i   ' ..'    loioi   . e .in'    -i-'    bil iv>. -'   O-i."   I.v  1-....      i-, 11 < i 1  I .��������� . ' I'    i     ' .s  i."i    ' AKe   of   Marine    Siirualiiirr��������� IIiiw   It  IV M  J I -     ! I     Oil (O.nll'l ,. i-   ',-    '1 .0   '1    -u   r   ������  ai'-, 'n , , ,������. i.| hhj., Ikj !' ic i I ,\ ., ,i  coi..! *i a.s i .' 'i.-.tn : i iho ' '.. -i l m t  lc-ifli il ui"! hi I.- iru.'--.". is to., uij  r.ici   ;n  l i! ii j-m.v ii i 11 it- (let: >..   Tlo-io  iJoiie C'ciiivirios -V^o ��������� it-> Progress  'lli>(iui;h llio Aj;<-s ��������� -'he "WIb At ������u"  iv.-t������.:it ��������� .1 ii iiitcrcitioiiiii Code.  In the biboiator, of  been  t i- id y il Ii.JUtullo.i ,i.\;gvn  h ntnVi, jiitru/.-ii biibdilici ...id mi ri-Jim  i- to -. solid < !��������� ar t;l..'s ,a a te.op r.aiiiu nf  b.s .'< ^re s bv.ow Zero, Knl.renin it And  i, nv tbe world of scion'ci U loekiiiir to  i'i f. I-War as the tciiomost explorer of  fiv' tilliiavelsod douiuiuit of exlriiilust  ������������������ M.  It) llliihti't'c! the strnnue mystciyof bent,  h-t 'in- loiiil. r l",agiii' hun "If Urai'ino  1 tlie lain r.iii'it til Plot Dlw.ii, vnuiug  o.ir of t. i- t-II-'plii-t \l't strr.ngist PMUliplt'd  o- t, e v.-or.c ilea li V-nie, ci tr,i il on T'io  lenoiiut of ! enl i',nt ,s ;t qtiiri ti 'o j'tt'ih.i-e  (_i������..I dill lfi ihe flt-t pui,ui.i.\ i,nit "I..KCS  luni Insiei.'i oc ice mid fiec.mg iiii*-  tu:<n, Uu confronts) i v'ltn two f.eaui  ��������� iijiiio-, one giis-e'.-'iiie, fo.u big s et*l  is m pi i siors, tv, ti ho ���������c ami pu.1 or'ill air-  > pimp , i.nd .dl the wheel,,, shafts aiid ge.ir-  !>m v> hicli uiiHo t'teoe ijowerful luechuuio-  (J i.'/c'K'ica. ' i  Tae w |.cl������ idea is rTLbstire. CompreiMion  fi ie-E eoiru n .-a-ies to become liquid'3, ui.'l  v. jiii the prohouro id lemoved and ti.ey  u.u P'-i untied tn retuin to the kiu>lmii<i  ���������-ti e, they absorb from thc-n iouneihutti  siiiuiiiiidin^a as ntueli IiohI, rcniiernlly  Micikin^, as -rob lobt la hui.iiyiiig  t .cm.  JCit on.) oxido [jftB is bq-nfiod by n pros-  ii'.-v oi 1,41-0 I'Oiuiii-, to the ."(jii'tro lncn.  Jt'l.en u gusificd '.ij^m, it ere itt-3 a ooid o(  1 ,0 tjclin.- /. .ro. W.thii. iih c. iimb r is o  t i.in boi oi o livclm* s,'.ta urj'br p. jncSbiiro  ui 1,"���������>')(} poundis ui mo hipi iro liic'n, iintl  '. ^fuld Irein Ike eviipoiutioii ot thv' nl-  i, iim osid. hq'-i'icd the cih\!."ic* at thw  j i.j-airn. Within t'.o cahvk'.io chaml or im  tt.o 1'ipe fio.n thvj o.\y^un o iiio.)i-'>=sii, tho  i._\;;1 " ' ciiiy: compio sul to,70 I p auiiiis to  tl .. sq mru ireh. \v'ln-u the fihj icIjO (,'ii-tl-  lt h .'i civhj.i r itet, it U'lncos l;io tetti, .ji-  in. jr.' co 22!) bolnv. Z'-'0>, ���������n 1 nt tins- ]>oint  t c ooinj.ri sit-tl otynt-n kipr.hn, iiocly .aid  t^ th.-vi'ii vfi In quautiiy Lt a <-< ut,   mel'id-  irtL   .ilC   WilbtO,     VlllOll'ia     llll MtU    1>'     J'-v/tlt  'j(J .vi cut., i'l poibviH !,O00 a giu on.  'j i.it, is mil., ������ ron^n cstiiniac-, to b������ smo, j  but ll.orB is nt) donC't, nil uiuu'b oo.ioiiior- |  ui, sl.nt vjoliO ii gallon ,-iq ii tvsiline piu-o |  Wuiili! have Wt no mm gin or iiroQi if .  ��������� LMiy quart of the biuntiral pd.l<; blue |  l.qind tliiib fai obtained hud been Bold ut  lain piice.  This ainclt is preliminiry, and may not  be new Jt'ow, hows vvr, couiou the Minple  lo.t imoueoivaijltj btrnngei,ess cif l-oat. A  __ckrbtdiir y;!a3s o\)gen ViB'-ol. nn lotmd as  n tjtli, wt hllod wi.Ij the Lqitid Tlio ncr-  jsiw intk itf open Ui llui an, to piownt the  i>Mi].iBii)n wliiuh world fnllow ir it was  ..mi] ..ui and >\lnoh vvoui.i bo sun tl ir to iliu  exj.iOo.iin o* a bieam t'oilor with do valro.  Xne oiji^L-'.i Bimmers qnwtlv, protociod  t-uin tae iio-������t of n.o l-oom by the 'idnss  Loirit a imtnil about it, an outer (-lusd  Lli,iin!Ji?r aIiicL is a peifect viieuiua and  cv iHiiit-tr, no l.et.t Tim bquld touches t'.o  r.'r oiilv at ti.e nc>ek, and the cold   belt of  i in.' -) c Lun r���������   in   i .itiire,   ���������''(   Kii'-r?  to   a  1 F.ii)  lis      o'i nieiit uv       ( l'i.,-:t:i" i'l >",     tim:  Luiii;,' ji rvirv    i.in v'i liar or t oln siv ' Jnue,  | il.. iiui ui i.f.i-iity, ligut and   hual,   tie, irlu-  I It., ii i I v u  .line  | Hi,it in  ri.e-o .ire    in'itc-|l   i u.i   inter  | eh n, 111 li- it. Li.), of m inn i.t ht r-.     I'.iii.l  IfuiTie -.itf-aling is at livst 25 oen-  ti.~ . i hi Aii.yi^ the Gvv i *''s iind Ilo  in,in- ihe ; (,j ,,], (i s jitaccs oi ihe-'.ieitls  we-1 n-cil ua .ai.'.ois io K ild't tae oviu-  lii'.h! tioi-i o'.e ton ci..0 lo .t.iolhi'r. As  t'titv tiocd iio ih oa: ins there was no  fi.o'co to   i.iiei fore,   and   il.o il i-.lios of  1 tl,.-, IVcf. Jwirhss ...Mi.lv fiis ma of ��������� ������-<������.''o������l ������--���������'" * l>o c-i->.y w���������-l. In thin  I ti o ii oo"-,n. t.i. is ol.c.i-ivi.1 ebuiv. '-'V* ������'������������������������- ������r>t bo uoiio, for whole  j  ]!.. m iiii.u i.-d,. iKi.it ui   "t-i"!  "���������   scihlo     N"-'"1-*  "t  w.'ii-b.JH   am  sometiniLS  CHJi'-h',     .illd   his   hit of pme i) lii'^llor.l-.  |   iitjit,    bunt in pure u3i^p ii ������ ltlo, it i. ������l0u |  i  of l'.u-ih..^  .ict.un.       l.yV   i-i   --'i'l   nil ,  Ifjlitd,    is   it   nil obtu'iMi.oSiUi'd     sy-t. i) |0 .i.,.eia inrtlo.  ��������� i.hoi.������,r phic pi ,i.., in-,,, thou^'i,'.       ��������� ��������� -     " ���������'" ������" < ��������� n:o������iraib mriodnco.l a new  oi.v ��������� i.ij.i 1 in oinu!:o. However, smokc-  1.-s p.; j. lor :n.iy m ii few % ears so alter  ceii.li.i.-ii-   .ii   ro   ui.-.ko   tuiiio   similar  h.' IMi'leii  If) 2(11 ll'.'loVV  Z  1,1. 11.-.      Ms '.V0  and  uiu t ol s.-aii.diiig   only iiri leg.ir.l.s sig-  ii,i.s .a'  tl' 'tii'ss    aiiil   n-J  a   1.  ii,".er of  l.iitB   .-ii-ii,    lo   biiin'riot   tn the co  UiXdi0a>''th:o,i-hVliUmeta!,i'u"  ..'. d'er "  ���������������������������-*  ������ ���������������"������������������    '-������   >'-' '^   "--M'-'H   1'0-  .   .-it'll,    i������   biint'rloi   tn the co    .  'intl     "-^ *"������^     ""   "���������*   -   "   "��������� ~-  iit.-.v onlv   ii"..isnfi.er .<���������:.   i di--., Kiuin.i-, .it.ier nation'     la .e-, ; .1 b.ittlo  for. o  Ciiia-o e.,c i ,','Ctiou is l.riag in .1 .Liiaiin-  llicv liLf.iiiio      ?,ioh rnl.ii or ; in i   nSui iiiu..-fH, vvtiile guiviu m������w., ' ������'..���������.}. ami ! Oe m.:,.l'er ot j-!o.b to bo  r.-nn-iiH ui"it.-ctea. Ahovt- ,,,,��������� !, \ olid f*;'" 'i. si ; i its lo-,,1 tl i-..-i..e,'l.:y. Any  r.ll the vi...1 fwicv of so,,!, p s ,n tiuiiu- , ltJ:i '; ���������,J ���������*"' "' w !' <'"!"!'"K ���������"' harbor  mnphi.'itlv tluojeh tin ^i.n.i-,- (old vet ' 0l ��������� ' '': "'��������� -"'>-'d*y '������������������Hi' v ^b it id at  ,uvcued jud'yonun, u-.ttto.w  ,,! "      | I*-.ce'm:.-e wi������ fl ig of  that  oouiitry at  Pi of. D-t.ii. shi-t h.'ld'ot ii- I'-tu.ttioii ! ti-'b,te tiii-A- and tires a labile ot 21  who., h'- lx.-nid owi-.i, e'.tvo 1. n. .. V.VH.V- ;.,li!" "���������' '-'-' 1: s -i"t0 'a letmnoa .,ith tho  me Lfin).! 1,-iis oi -.;0 u-li'v. /..v. .it uill, i ���������>''���������������������������' ",a'.i!*'",oi tjuo. A vessol in dis-  w.i.s tlu'V.t^.iiioinat l,'.vi'i a-iii l���������uai t i.i- ' *���������������-*-. !- ':' -k-^ time fhesa gan v ontinu  pvrjf.iiib ot il.o po^er oi m,-i,i - t > ton- [ ������''-j "���������' '���������<��������� -o'"io ..li.W.T is had from  duet ek-ti c ty. He fouod thot ..1 eon- ' ^'������ ���������- or ooiu������ other vosbol, ir there is  veig-d to i. co.'.mon Dd.iit in   tl is k -pict,   I s'1*1- 1!1 beail-i^ .hstnneo .       '  mid tlta. .it, tl,'o tt iili.eii.ti.isi ii.. n .1 tn. v I -'-''"-' * t''''1"l(- h ld br'e:1 ve,'y SUCC0-s-(  bi. .,-e oeit.iv eq-i.tl. " T i --eMK.-ini.in , ^ u': '���������'���������'���������"'>��������� '.stances Tins it, im ob  led to t.'.v be- i< t U'.a cue i.'.olct (.'��������� ti f ,'). e lo-.u' bail, ..'-.ait 2 feet in .1 i.i meter,  oi rol.Lv.on of nut.ilsa^o -,c oo-dwldi | w'..ie?i , , m-.mp. .late i on n flagstaff or  iottei :���������i l,i������i������r ioLiipei..<;i.ita. ' Lein- !���������'>- '- : ��������� - "-*--J- It is u^-tl aliiK.bt t*x  uiei.v- i-ru od il.w. I '���������'"-"'' i >'������������������- ''t-.-sels .u-aiis c. s.p;.i bona.  Tl." l.i.i...--! in ciliesu'o foice at low j ll t...* i! v���������--m,' vUb'.t.s to pa ,s a-, oii.er  tonipei..in.,r lia������ i.i. mid. -.).,e icniy ��������� *)l(-' ba '-:'' l'������'������' '������ WfA-'-' cUvrUoih  i.s-.'ioio.n.ic.tllv. Cositoi, tl...v ,0(1 ctK-r j ������'���������'t:a -.1 ��������� r, winch cut) coi.uu mean-  tlicc.iics ot .vorld torii.���������tio" .. h . i '-. i.c %t ! *"^- ���������<=-i':'-oo tueoiv.n is ' up .uielior, '  tune-, l,a��������� udvancd, h.-.'-i, -��������� v , 1,,, a to I Loi-S O'"1 U11 '--L '*'lU '!"11-'t' 'lIiU lut lk  Konio L\.lt'iit upuii tilt' id.-1 tl ..; vi n a  pl.inet   died   it   ua.:uri.'i.Lit bhvi.ly rt.suno  ! rcma.ii r.-.'il all tlio  othei   Ncssol-i   i.ii.s-  vvoi    <-!- I1,!,., ' or, t.c'i!):v|'s, o:,i, bt.l at  tjn.iioa  Sneh i,u idea is e.iiuely union b'n   N>".-  ev( I, Hi vio'.. ci th" rc-nlit. oi -. i< I   i *v .i u!a  th. i.... i.j, ti .Hid uiii) half iiiiiht U'lghC  in. c.i -'i ii onchoi. ' raid so via three,  lo.jr ot live bails coal 1 be niauiyLlatod  m ^-ciiaii combi'i.itio.i-j to M.ijan v.ny  orncr m tnc* t tctics of h.'ld man-  ei.ieiioitfiits ueon the .totiuno: ..it l.    s  (���������lO'to  ci U'ni      The ii.uio.iou   v,i   c.ii.iii.ve i peao.-.  ft 1.0  ������ bu '. he has ni..dci   ovi,:,.i,t   s. o.,s | ���������v,'nM     I'ov hhott fh.-it,;uces the .sem-  thijit-eo'nir: ,t  pi.-u.-i  Pr.������-  f v  ...on, ' ni'l'o" -������������������  ve:y Bnccrfjl   and   is also  UI...I i.-l; itbptriicl.--, i.,is���������iie  hv-M i��������� ! Tisod . ruoig merchant vofasol.i,   as well  .-it.. *i, a.,d tt.e Limiti aua uui'i- . .. biiuij; ' u- iu(j!l 01 ",v,ir-  it un rii In ci mo.    K.itutv. l.  if.ti-.irb  i  'iho pimup il sicriinl for short distance i-mhiain her dead ,.|������. c':v bt.n.ca j Ob lo mo "wis- w.-g,' which'is used, not  t'no..���������-i..,ut tno univ..i-.u ten ..m'-i. more | fm goner..! maneuver, iu,thesemapliore,  P ii .th- tlim the eld Kj.vi.'l i. s, 'n.'" ���������ci- I but ior M.i and a'd messages tint have  fceiiv, iii i.i. t, that .It ���������-, ,it I- ..., i, 's,".,oo ! to b'\exp!,o.i.ed in clotail. L'lie (������ wig-  iiiu,."ai.d '.nil he hl'ovi vmu. th. ., r m���������, I v i,,'" ^ -na-ioby ������i poz-soii ^.mdrng erect  jjiittctU pies lied it 1 ... ttiii.e vagrmt  comet oi Os.Lo',iiio al.tr ch.tuccj   to    knccic  v. ltu a s-.i'.dl k.is in each hiiinl, which  Lc Wiivrt in cert ii>i combination lor  ccii.u'i Iv-iii'tb For lust nice, if both  t.i.i.t '".U" hnic! eiect o^ci tl,? head and  biout-'i'- down i.i a eircui.H   motion to  ti.e   silo,   each   flair  v ould  de-cube a  ! soiiu-iiole and a letter "o" would be cie-  titii'ioeli (old ox/gen \ .iiior ut thm   liomt |   oMv -.  picvonts ,iut  rapid cV,iimr,i,io;i.  A poneriul electric hidu '.o now set iu  action bemde the wosel, and the tiein.-tid  in 3 lif.it nixl be'iit Vf uieti u- is ;,i% l'U' off  utc s<'nt ttiiotiyh a ions, vvtiicii -iiunii. tno  b,,' .t ..nil hs'i.t r.ns into , .ir.U.*1 I.ii s, on 1  tiiisi* aio thou bent thru aid1 l..e evVj-eu.  liirir heat at die poiiu ut p..ns.*jc s sriiut,  f. i aLv vo :hn tiolll c po'ut vn V,..I'i, -it  !," ) i.c^rteb. Tho .iL-ot l so j.)o\ i ill 'i..t  l* ,t .s t .ctis-'f-tl bv a burn), e, ��������� . ij, it v.d  Su-l'iutly -ot nro vo vvck\1 or pap -. 'I'..a  tlioin to pleci n.  Sub l iPtn)j,on is n white cr.. tt.-.ll.no sub-  it .net', .i-.d in bci'h iti bqu.it tici solid  s.ti.1'- s'.ov. ,  :ni  v..il'i inn   Iio n   t .0  in. ii  or. 0'iiiLs    v.hcli    a, o.iJi'hi-s iu  ii..i'irv-   i ,     ,  ���������    *        o                                                                  , sol .lied.  S.nia i ir-.s a n .,ibtnire..; h'..i ,t. .. enca  tne . ,,.,,-,  naios'siiis-ubd, nun ilu-Jq-iM ,).v.=.'i. m' Hoi'!   the   left   fane: out horizontally  lula inech .a c ih.    It .son. m <i  -a   t.st j firm, the . o..y raid dobcribe a cc-micnolo  tiibe-. (,i n to. tie cono.stn,/ of tl,..-   ..ci with :r.o ri0..i fl vg.   thou   the right flag  uartnouts      X..o    oa&r   H     no    va-nnai . oat and c:   1- with   tho  loft  and so Oil,  cii.ii. or     "the   svHonl    con i. i ���������    1 qind ' co.u.n  i"'-, m-tioni ���������mlii evciy letter in  v,!i,i i. ��������� i���������.i��������� a etit.-.'o.h   b.  . .- ' t.u ���������i-lii''v*tisicp,scntedby amoiion.  will Iteczo in-ic'iry, a'oo'iol, or ,mv  u. c>-* n  1 n'li'l, a coio o: :.b0 v:,',_-i^cs bciow   fo o.  b- 'i.e .ir-uv.ice oi ������ iic-,,1   v l.ie.i   it   iviiilvl  -4.. ill  rWIDUil!   Wista.'tlV    iM'-t  u,    tne O.VVJc'tl  no. .r no hlgu.      It does    :n,i    locivaso its  itiiiii.tion in the shziiicst in irr~-.  lie otyveii siinuiii- qni-tly .id Lei'ire,  Ihri.i^b tin., he.it tint is m it and s .stasi ^  t ..u.i^i it r"i* -real ami 11111.011111' If- il e)  lei,) ,tsK,ic t ��������� ti llbve tlii.t t, *-c I <- 't r,v; b,  . ,t r ; .-���������an.' ttiroiitrti ������t, 1 ..ve .1 ,> .v .r ; 1  or \ii.ii.lv tcti in then:, bat tho .iLo'jio.:o  Lin.,r.i!\ ii.-i-.l'tU f.ppca.s. Toe o' < tie of  the ot;i,e'i vtsj-d ,h that or u ji.r.u,\-  y ui., inn it men-sos th,. ht'i.t r ,a as. r:  . i.aif* mi the other h,.jo A pieco of  },. <i pl.ic-u la tie loei.u iiist.ii.i'.; oni'-ts  )��������� 1.1 il.ti.it, aiul the "tic ut, nil pel v ions to  ���������.1 c i.icst cob' obtain ible ma at-r 1 iirf-  r.iii- f. u.iiriur that is t.-n r.cn'rt an cold a-s  i.,- -hows 1.0 dm, 11.ucon wh-icver in :ta  U/viiinu; > I'orgy.  lvn.all varied this .>\p.-ih>-,e!it totno-  v. ln.t ami b! ' *vd ilie tvi.lu tuft. r. nee be-  iv. t n -l.e le 111 and the 1 _j;it ra^ J Hi  in,1 , ��������� d toe ruin i f hgm alio.i tbi r by  1 -1 j, a bii'ild which w,.3 un, cruoni to  liit niL uiii Nu ij'a, 1 ,ii-i m.t ot tliB  c .. r co'o-. I utjtl.L ii.vis'ljl.' 1.0 a r e = p. s-  t i. ih*oo_*'i i'- ran tl v as. in fur., \v.fli,'.t  lc I a ' .. '. .tlf. ftin^ ".'1 1 il 1 il ati'i s.l. ut-  I j ill,\,"ll.j \tv re 1.1 |{ . ..1.1^ at tl.'ltj cf  I..,.   1   c.is  .v1" 11 CoiiCs.ltr.it  ��������� .  'i > - rit elusive ami n\'o.l prope.'i-s of  h^.ii . .10.-1- lo'.ift sCl( "ii.,'s u> >\i -, 1 ir* tivel  v. .i.v 1/1:11; co .c n i..vr I*. and "iiii - thon  1<>, i, in ..dual t'lf [1. ob ibility of t' ' ah-o  ,10,-/. ro i !.'-> ixii .1, hois'-vci, -t.:.i."i ii  s", 4 v. ^.rec-i '���������'- ov." 1L0 i a : 1, a 7.- r.,,  Is .,11 iloai..v ui'hefil' ���������'��������� a-t r fin ..ty by ll."  11. ,1 .it r,!.!* -i .11.'1 11111,1 * . , '('' 'o  -ami ln'st r l> n \> tmui", ..a' i' '"���������  t i.aitli ajjo.nl .11 I] u eo or .1  .1       ,1 .ncc.     )>i n.'i',3 11 l-   '"  1  I.        . .!��������� ��������� -  l.l'l   Jl'U'll    of     c ill',      it.-n  1.    . 1 rs> , tin    i.i-wlii.e st ir.fi. i 1.1  f  . 111    'ie   cro!    In 1.'.     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(1 oi   1  111 v.    as-   the    j    'if,', 13    1' iif  lidi.t ir - I'd in'..  : ,r 3������ji 1 10 /iv, irlo ir.ora '   .,,,.  , .   ,..n. 1 kk> ui.wai m   1 .. .."    ih  ��������� im do i1 a. Ii.    I ( w    .i-i ,, 1 , 11    1   1    I' o  fi,,:   tot,   11    ,ini  f,   .1   1     1 ..-,   iii/    d- or   s.r, 7 b/.vo no     ]:ii.a ,1 ���������    o   jioifmv mill -iOiio m,u s iru.i-  |  t  mj '���������   ������������������    1 j  i-ou   -i-..  ,J nd V ist j  J*iof. jTor-. rni'v i-itci c'. mi- Iffiunii Why  the J'hii s.-x !,!iv)..Iit N.u l..il,or.  "Tin proVo 01 of v\( in iii f 10.11 a blo-oci-  Cilojra il I't'iiii of vb-vv" is ln.-ated by Su<.  G Ft ir ro in I'10 Xlo .1 t. "Toe essential  condition of f. iriii.iue cxist^nc-," ivmeh he  de-lies to annly-S" 1. inn j. i;i r, is Unit  which in* n.iiaos Tbe L .'v of Xon-L..bor."  ���������'.i'i it 11 a liiitur-il l.tw that :l:e man  must 1-1). 1 and st,OLr_rie to live 1-0 is it a  11..1.1..1. I.i.i' 1'i.it the vwiiiiaii blion'd inither  i,.l 01 no1 . liu_'.'lo lei lit r ex.suiice. B10-  l.ij,j l1i-.ii! slio \s 11- chat tins jihv sioloirl-  C 1 J)I.) p.'lltv 1 f a. fjii , ilejlol'dt, on tho  d.v Hion of u.h n bctnoiii the si H'a, tcl ill  e.vio I r,:li'i to 1 iii-i i~ tl o ibii.i'i ui ut lire."  .Mini i.itr>'. lie found iiun.ii^ the higher  iinini ii-, is "n ii-eil. cied lorni ot tne divi-  s-.on or la'01 10,d 11u1l11.il co-,jii -ticii of  tlietiivs. " ]>iu ing bniv luni.' inoe tin 111 1 e  bud dot-o all the in.ividuiir, n.r his niiu'd-  11^ ui.itri. At othci l.invsliei I'llutloib n  feciiiii-,' food ate nn-if-ly nuxib 11 y. Sun-  ll 1 v wnh ion and uveiov. T.u i'uitrtul  to'l .v'lioh tails 10 the savage woman the  v.-i. ei 1 ro"i iiuccd 10 l.-e "iti"r ly .1 p.iHbinjj  , jiliiis.-, n civ 1 ant;, mill- a-I'n.ii 11,11, pio-  diie.-d l,.\ tin-lmjcssiv-sellish'ii'ss of man,  vvh.cb does not mid nono! bi������t Io tr " Uo  11 nun as th it tbe nit e- 111 vvl.v'i 11 is '(mud  "liavi' reman od ui a t-.ivnir state and have  ill .d.' s. 1 i'il.'  an)  }iion'ress. "  In i'i\lli7i'l naiiona tf-imile toil is not  nec-ss.ir.. foi the jiioductio'n of the wealth  n-i-tuii toi iiiuii iiutv. "Man nlunu could  do t'lib Wu.i'.in 1 dur onlv ti;nds to low  oi ll'.' inai'ii.'i.iblo v.i.uo ot iu 1 It* labor, for  'vv (nlo v.uiii .n lb wotking in (he tuctoiles  tliiiearo eveiyw litre, and citjiev i.illv 111  J'liuojif, eievvds ot 11,011 vainly h eking 1 111  JllOJ I'll lit,   to VV l.OUl   tllO    CtSs '.Hull ot  vv 01k  l- in. oil ri'c'iuiiiii and tetnble evil, ThiB  shows mat, t",f>n fion. a sociolo ;i'.il point  of view, fenudo laoor ih a pathological  jjl.c ooiie uon. .  "St it sins show us an incrciso of mor-  t'.iit'. ...no i,.; v.ojien and el.ildien in coliti-  tiit s wiiiiu nidtistiitl lite h .a inossed  nioilK rs into its lank-. A perfect woman  bhitn.ii im a obief n'oouvro ot^ ijnico and  11 ii'ieeieiit. and to thib ond bhe 111 list be  ev, nu't li.'iu toil. The worl 11.g woinaiii  gions ii^lv and lose- hoi fe.iiiinue ch.ii.ie-  ten i.e. V. nui.iiily gi.tco and the love  v'hi. li iii.n tiuj ii niuiitiful woinan havo  peilmpb b'en the tirivri'i of p.iti rind love,  ,111 i ( t ill too other sweet aed t mi. r ff el-  liU'B of which tho lnalri ip (.ii),i.,le. Giaso  11 tiie il tb'tic bideof vvj.iicui'ss Woman,  im,-i' in.in eui'i, eujo'.b ah ihe benefits of  civibi tiim, v inch Luvertlielf-H bavo been  n1 t;i. i.t j. >rt aequiie . by bun alone., ilan  hit '..is and mile today jusa a-bo did of  old, .enl 1 lit 1 ��������� m iiolbiiij; abno.mal 111 this  fact, ut it is Inn positive duty.  "Wba* a iv.iniiige, then, cm be gained  by pirtiei, i.iiu^ in mi.n's sti ti ;g e foi tx-  'lsiti.eo, v.he.i worn.!' has onlv 10 vv.ui until bv Jii ct ��������� t eo.1 Liiiic-ifita ut In 1 ivel? I  ui iii.n mob 'island ,vv by the que aiou of  'viiinaii iji.Cia^o thniild Bo .-.vi ite jiiibhs  .), uiio'i. it is eiili.c.y Jir. ii��������� .-ss io her.  Il lii-i l.u band dtiai.iH cvoiy eiv.- , be.uly  tu jiinv in. Ii-'i v.itli i.i. tho hi-f.ro s of life,,  he will i in iiuly :'ot bo lai. 10 d< ft-ndiiar,  tliiiM1 i.i'eie-is wbisti are idenlieal with  liioac of 1 is 1  only." v  A PICTURESQUE CORPS TRAINED FOR  MOUNTAIN FIGHTING.  I.lici. In 51 Ih Ovtii H ny.  The Loeuon lostciinonirer la n man who  livis I is own life without i"^ard to what  bis ik ijM'hiirs aio do ngs. lie h.tb bis own  pec.1.1.u vv i\. Ho l.'sents inletfvieneo  witb bis modi' of hying at d loiAs hib door  a^.iiiist tb.- Liiiiuus mid ii.qo.isitive. Ho  ftirnis ji/e.t cf ihat erent class iliut never  emerge fioin thc.r bin ion-.(bugs. jJoin 111  the heart or Loudon, ciusli^d into a narrow, loiil-h'iiclhnjr, indie lthy sj ot re-k-  lmrviitb ci mo i.nd vice, bib pie'Mires aio  l'Cc. So.u iiy ot a low ordoi. Ti.e bonodt  (iwillcii* of Wlntech.ijiol bt'como co'-tei-  nioniT'is a:id tiy to i-ion 11 hung by hulking c it uii-at, wiieltb, lUtisscla .uid , 1150  t.iDic's ti.ioii(rl!out the stifeta. lie lninta  for r Mu ni'd eniiity bottltb, irathois up  c em btuiujis irom the gutters nnil doea  ninny other tiiiii.-s to turn an ho est penny, 'lb" 1 ma iiin^ dwell.Ts of Whito-  (���������l.iipf! vv Lo la-lc the 1 iir rev and ebiii.ic-  ter of. t'io cnsic-r bfcoiui-i loufer.s and olteu  di ��������� eloji iii'tJ tblc-Vv's. Wi.i'ei biqiei Inui a  black n ctiicl in 'he cr 1:1.11 .1 .ininils of  Knjlci'io, \ ��������� t 1.1 s, ilo of the ui'aery and  dt or id hoi of 1 is i-iu'.ouiid.nep. tl'i'e coster, v fi ,.!1 b s r u^'o ( ui and indonesH,  shmes l.s-" a bru'l.t ocail in Il.o m'lQ.  ���������v*. il-il He loi.iltevl At.  A nf'iitli-n..iu of 1 age iro-niiH, In a Scot-  t'l.b CMTitv, liad .1 lin'-iiouoc' vn ory celii-  brat.i f 7 us (.lo ic ]'r.,d.'(o. \S"iicm llio  Qui on ,��������� n> on ..lie of h r pei iodic il join -  n vs ti lull b ir'cot <nul tl,u Mi,)id ti en wiih  tuned t ' html fi r liiucl.io 1 .it a well-knovMi  tiuoiir;h-bt.i.]iiii in .li m cooiiiv, and Mr.  Clutch-is r.v.ui a l.iin.i It of tb-..o|>, 01 tiiinty  (,. pi lid fi'rr Mnjis v an 1 fTmi'ii,' of bis best  r'l.ii vi I'i (liii 1 oiiisc, n b Iiui of acknowl-  (. luiio .it 1 xi \n uir 'be lot ,.i i.ii|in i i.itmn  of Ha g'ff, 'fill conn 1 im-11 .11,' it) d.i.ior  t> 1 tii" foir' '-si. of the luiii, urn led linn;  ftnd, fe������l,ii^ ai.rv hw i.e.id g'tdi-ia r would  b*} Jji' a'-' int 11 is', il in tbe oouion'.s of tno  ietu r, Mr dunlin t ui it to hun. The  f.'i.ruf cr /r,.\,iy i.stii.id, but his only  coi.iuit nt w e -iii, ,*., ,, 1 i,iy oiiytbing  aooot si lid'inr In o.i 11 t������ i) in riot "  -ili<3 J'fas.n.t 0,ni|."Mir.  M df Ji.fw tv, t. b'j n htory of tlio Onir,  who I .t ly di-' un,, d ,vilii b,n com in in iho  1:1 e by ti .ci no ue^/a aMirw.ud tic  Ifiitovi, ,;i -ilnery.- II, f .th. r bid b'-t-ll  f,t i-tl A I- .10.1.,' tho I.ibfii>itiir a.id A'. x  rijobr t ,c i...rtyi. Wt./u n)i(.tjld tho eon  \s> cab off  '.'.j. criiidi r lli������ Junf, " Mlif.-'Hb'f] oiiu.  ' ()'.., fie,' a jii,"! tbe I /Jir '���������; am, and  fbft I r. 11,.1111, tlif> i'.i.aint 1% njicror.' So  - . loiinbtj h,in> ������;_v I, d mi) in di-  ��������� f.f'i'i.' nt mv i.Ti'tion for tbe  but f ,ir it pt tIm lulu an. an  I    hie  A Training Peculiarly Tbelr Own Undergone���������Vook Ilulcs at n. Discount���������A Hazardous Ser\ ice That Uai a Picturesque  Abandon About It.  There is scarcely a body of troops in nny  army whose duties are limro striking to the,  imagination than the Fvjnch chasiiiMn^L  who guard the long lit < of the Alps. ''Ills  oap hanging lnrhtly over bis rar, his nlle  stiapped aeroaa ' his knap ack, his ojion  tunic sltovvinij bis sunburned neck, his  waist oncucled by his wide blue bash, and  his muscular catooa swathc-d in the vvoob 11  bauds, Iho 'Alpine cliassour, caieless of  the weight of ins heavy maichiiig equipments, jnekb his way easily along the rocky  cliff, tr.-.iding solidly over tbe rook fioin  which ihe iron of bis aljieiistoek stnkoe  out bpaikn, and gnzes far down into the  lavintb with the dc-ep eye of 11 mountaineer. Pel Imps he dreams while he keeps  guaij, for tlie life is one fnvoiable to eon-  tempb.tion as well as hardihood, and very  likely this to neb of beniiuii nt aitr cts tho  recruits who come to the fniuoiis corps  from the great cities, though tlu-bo men aie  in a minority, for most of the men are recruited ainon0' the mistily mountains which  thoy L.tiaid. ��������� '  The Alijinu Chasseur nndergoes a training all his own. 'Iho liist tiling taught to  the young recruit or to tbe young officer  fresfi from tno iicdemy is that his now  life duuiuids of linn bpc-Gl:il obligations.  Tlio youth's morale unisst be c.irettuiv cul-  tivated, for bo is 111 constant mingtr of  vertigo, sbja and ialse btejis, all mice of  timidity mubt be eiadicaiod. A.t for faila,  thcie i>ie numerous mortal i.coliieutb every  yeai. A Htuno inrns beneath the foot, a  cievasbo upciia 111 llio biiow, a Jieg rolls  acioi-s tliu jue( ijilc, ag.u..st Biieh catus-  trojihea theie is uo guarding. It 13 so  with the l.mdsh es, vv Inch hapiien 111 ovory  Eicistiii ot the yv-.ir fiom the ranis. Three  j-eais ago 111 the valley of tho 'luit-e three  chasseurs of tbe rear guard of the Twenty-  tlmd Battalion were ihns swojit away,  their com jinn ions escaping by but a few  seconds. And llio avalanches! and the  deadly voitibo, which will suddenly seizo  on the hardiest men! and tho foolhardy  fonts undertaken from bravado! Truly it  is a life of constant peril. ,  There are no book rules for tho special  tact 103 of marchts and cotillions, but a body  of tuiditiou babod on tho exjiorienco of  piibt wars and the aim uai maneuvers is the  guide. These are early taught to the chasseur and ho is made fiee of a valuable lea  ������on, that the b.in, the stars atul a pocket  , fill of coiniiiisses nro of no earthly Ubo to  I bun, wli .t bo needi to know i-. the lay of  the lrtnd and the trend of tho mountains  and valley's and langes.  Thd chasseur*, leave  winter   quarters at  the hc'iii'iui' of bi.miner for three iuoiiIIif  1  " '  oaiiipii'gmii'j in the   uiotintains.       I'lint is  the  tiiuv to see them at   their   host���������gay.  i.leil, and endiuintr,   man-lung  night and,  day   ov tn    Urnblo   roads,   drenched  with  rain or with peisjiiration, lieavih ladon,  but always keeping the unalterable gaiety  of the Flench soldier, and what Ic-bsons  they leain dtuing tbe miiueuvres of tlio  tricks that tho ini.untaitm have m store for  (tliem. You hear an 'nf.nnal fusilln.io, a  fearful thunder, n roll of musketry close  beside you surely tho attack is being undo  just there, around that j.oint of rocks.  Tho point of locks is turned, whon  sudooiily the noibe dies down and is  lienrd far belli.id von. It vv.is aa ocho,  and tho battle is raging 111 the rear. And  now'.iguin, what la that gentle murmur  that vvhinp.-.b ainoiiK the blanches, 11 distant. io.li.ig sound, whoso tuiifilod hum  doea not husn tho rnijile of tho book?  There is fighting in the valley a. ro.s tho  lango. '1 he column adv.mct-b nndibliirb-  ed, and scan-oly has it gone a hundred  p.ieis bighci than tho dm breaks out with  intoloinolu foi co and tlio projecting rool������  hurt it pitilessly in } our ears. Tho advanced guard is engaged and yon already  Btnell po.vder. The mountain husdeceived  you injain.  And what tliflictilt fighting it is! The  battalion comes on in Indian tile and  sjuo.ids out i 1 open order among the locks,  firing as it uilviinces in broken, uie^iilur  front. A 1 at once tlio enemy appears in  torco. A retreat is hastily ordered and  the column makes the beat of itb way bn-k  again 111 Jiidinn file once 111010. Suddenly  tlieio is a halt. What lias hnpiiouctl on  the roar guiud? A piece has tallen or a  landslide has blocked tho wuj. The en-  gineers ro hastily to work, and soon is  heard iho exjilosion of a d.v nuiniteearciidgo  and tho way i������ clear again. Nor is the  chiibboui bi.tilutg only ii'.'.unat m.-.n, but  with tho elo uenlH, with the ternblo snow  storms which blind hun, the whirlwinds ot  winter, and 111 summer tho furnace-like  ravine-i '\bere no air ttiis.and wi.use locks  have been blanched uy the pit.l. s.s isiin.  Foi tun.itoly for bun llicbu very dang, rs  will dimmish t ie oicasioiis for c .mbat between buns if and his hardy nv .1 01 tho  Italian sivlo if v, ar breaks out b.-tweeu the  twoiouutrie.s, for ineu can not fight oi.ch  other whon nature has decided to make  war with them. Between the French and  tho Italian eh isseurs, by the way, there  in ^n at v'liiuliii on and lctqi ct. Tlioy  bomt-ti.nes ineot on the frontier line during  iiiiino-tiiers, and H baa frequently linj)-  peiied tli.it l!i- y havo cat down to a meal  toi'ell . 1 at a laole whose legs 1110 laiofully  jii.it,lid two 111 Fi.iiicu and two in Italy,  with thesiinjile Holdici dibhusaud tho couu-  tiy v, me 111 llio iniildle.  (-' irif -j!  r���������v .1,  i.i" .jo:  11 .'.oi,  h.iu.hi,  / think  kf   i'ln<  I.-1."I to  t'e i.i' niifl f,i nvf i.fi'i.i.i,  |S    tie    I 1 ������t   ,.ii.l     only  Iw 'vor'.l j;.iiii ���������  ' lb 11 ry    IV.    dr. aiut d   of  p< a-nvllt   . 1 fowl   III  tl.i   I (,l     l'U  ie i'i.II ui    is    '<<  ,'we   till  fioin dvuu' i>' b'iiif<oi.       For  be^io to uu .(1  -.oui that ti *  '11 for  the  ',..ll      till-,  Illi'llfW   of  .(1  I'er ot hi.'ii v 0 em,  ,'l'ld 1 ml  bv In   111  [in senIs 1 Inn ., .  bltioii lc to .0  v . v(  I/l.-U'g ev(.ry |  on! 1'iv l;.'" in st .  ltf.jnii 'i jic vsiu; I  VV II. '1     11 (,J)'o   '  ru 1 n . dan- I  t. ...- lier', 1 to ' 1- ��������� , 'io,!,  tl e  "ui o."i,n    a lie   re-  anb.       .My   gieatfslain-  to boar to llm  last the I  title of the Te.isant Emperor.'  1 lie Itliiinluir ������r Syuiji-illiy.  It was 11 clew 1 F'.'i.cbwo.uaii wlio said:  "TlioB'i who 1, ive bull", it'tl inticii nie 1 ike  tin (���������(��������� vv hi. Know 111 my biii^ti v-oh Thoy  have icarei-1 t-' lindei -,1.111.1 uuu u, he uil-  d'i3to-'(l ov iiiaiiy Jlis an enji ,ss,biuty  t>i fi.li., s.ii. illnze v. lib aoii'ln r's e.\[ic>-  riuKo tui(<sij it las tj-'cfi at sniue timo  e: " s own. In trouble or 1,111. v,e tiiiu  liiiiiiu-tively lo "(J'l.'j (>'ie vyii'i 11 ve l.imw  has lc ,1 I r. n/i. t' e nunc e.vte e.ic������ It  is ;'n o 1 ii . 1 i.i ln.i ;...j fur co 1. 1 iimi  h'.',) ti.it - 1 vs 1 h- f. Tiu ,...i':in' is  s it'll.; v.,I in ��������� n tb it '.lie will It���������1 1 d  k (ivv vi , ui" ' fheic.ii lie* toe lu-uiLiig  01 n, 11.e.an .  HAS FiVE THOUSAMD BEDS.  Tuilii'ii   H.tfro   Combination   of   no*pital,  lliii.t'i.iloiit 1'istltutlou nml Krtio scliool.  Whi't is doubtless the Inrcrest hospital,  benevolent institution and free Bchool  combined is in  Tnrin, Italy, according  to a consular report.    It is called the  Cottolcngo, and is three storioa high, in  tho form of a St. Andrew's cross.    It  bus 5,000beds, over 4.000being coiibtant-  ly   occupied.     The   conducting   wing,  forming the street front, contains the  office,   operating,   waiting   and   other  rooms.    Numerous pavilions, cottagen,  8choo.hoiu-.G8 and work   shops   occupy  the  grounds,  separated by   small   but  well Kejit   f/ardens   and   yards,   giving  plonty of air   and   light   and   adding  cho"!fulness -to   tho  conglomerate   ot  stone   stiuctures.     The   whole   being  Bciupulously elc-an,  a pleasing,  homelike  effect is secured.   Sixty years ago  a poor monk nmnod Cottolengo founded  tiim  instituto   on   money  solicited  by  beir-ring.    Its support is still obtained in  this  manner  and   by   private,   mostly  anonymous, contributions from one day  to another.    No sick asking for treatment,   nor   any healthy   person   needing   shelter ' have   ever   boon   refused  admittance.     If   tho   latter   is   in   extreme  jiovorty   and   wants   work   and  connot got   it   outside it is  given   him  hero.    Homeless boys  and girl-s roceivo  fi"0 schooling.    They learn how to read  and write, knitting, sewing, embroidering or a trade.    So do men and women,  tbe   trades  of    carpenter,    ohoomaker,  , tailor, printer,   bookbinder,   Laker and  gardener being practically tunght.   Tho  more skillful laborers are placed in the  repairing   department.    There   is   constant work for the hosjrit.'il;  also  work  to nil   (iiviers coming from the outside.  Do.-if mutes, tt.o blind,  incuiable idiots, .  fallen   women  and   pickod-up children  are  taken in  and   cared for.     Anyone  needing a roof over his head,   so long as  be is poor and destitute and not a criin-  jj.nl, fuels a welcome home here, provided ho 1a willing to work in exchange for r ���������  , shelter raid a good meal.    Tbe Cottolen- ,  go is a city iii itself, managed by a board  of business men and physicians, ministered to by a- priest and nttondod  by a  eit-lorhooil.    The    cruestion,     liowovor,  whether tho applicant be a Catholic or  not   has    uover    been raised.    How s r  piganric ost>.bl������l>mcnt like  this can bo  run without a fixed income boouis to bo  a mystery.    Still It  is done,   auu it ha*  worked woli  -without a hitch  for over ,  half a century,   growing steadily in tho  moauwbilo iu dimensions and in pontv  larity. '         " Tlio Iluliclonu of Cliinn.  The eyes of the world are at tho present timo  centered upon China      Particular interest is taken in tho "Flowery  Kingdom" by Christians.    It i3 claimed  that tiufcat in  tho'^presont   war   would  wonderfully   open  up tho way for missionary  work,   China being now about  the most unfruitful field  for   missions.  Aproixis of tlie progress of Christianity  in'the Empire, it might prove interesting to gl .nco at tho other grout religions  that   h. Ki   sway   there.   < Christianity 1  counts for little so far. as not much has  beoti     fioco-aplistiod,    relatively.     Tho  Btate religion of China ia Confucianism,  which, tiiougii is rather a   moral code  than a religion.      It is exclusively the  belief of the higher class, and emanates  from  Confucius,  who wan born in 525  B. C.  Taoism is another religion of the  country, and consists in tho belief in a  multitude of spirits, who are supposed  to iiiilueii'jo tlie destiny of mnn 13ud-  dhibiu is the groat jiopular religion of  Chiiiit, and has hud a foothold tlioro  since tho first century of our era. It  nlonc has no irly a million of priests A  striii g. thi.igi about it all is? t.'i.it. tlioro  i.s a bo'id of harmony between these  throe faiths, tho adhorcrus of 0 ich of  thorn frequently being found at worship  in the s line, totnjile For example, tho  Coutuciiiiis, or high caste, will worship  in tho Buddhist, or lower class, temples, nsin: the Taoist, or heathen'ritual.  Tin. is more than can be said of a great -  many Christians, especially when wo  coiibider tue j,ro.it difference which ox-  lots between all hesithou religions.���������"  Now Yoi lc World. '  1 Italian snaps.  The shops in Italy are a staitling surprise to travelers. There is a dazzling  wmdo.v chopiay that is impossible to re-  si tt, and tno traveler enters tnu shop to  see tho miUfiiificenoo that must be bo-  yon., it. Nothing is there but a small  dar:c loom iu which the family of tho  shopkeeper lives. The whole stock in  tr me is in that one window. Behind it  cit.s tho owner, his wife or clerk, peering  ' out .it tin* passors-by like asjjider watching mi- tho unwary fly. The twinkling  dar.c eycib might easily lie lnibtakon for  sparkling jewels, as they flash out from  ainoii,i tho beautiful wares  S.il.l to lie 133 Years Old.  George O. Sharj-K*. of Elyria.O.,claims  his grandmother, Mrs Crittenden, who  lives with G- If. Sliarpe ten miles southeast of Cleveland, is the olde-t woman  in Ohio, lie gives her age as 133, and  says biie is healthy and cheerful and  does not look to be over seventy years  old. She is bomewhat deaf, but can see  well and gets around with comparatively little attention. She does considerable reading, but attempts only light  work. Sii.irpc says her mother, in Scotland, whose home was eight miles from  Aberdeen, was 140 yoars old when sho  died ���������oiiicago Tribune.  At omnn's   Way.  "What ia tho first thing a woman  does wlien a gentleman callor is announced.'' "   '   !  "Looks in tho glass."  "What ia the last thing sho doea  before neeing him?"  "Looks in the glass."---New York  Preue.  A Juicy  Subject.  Frogs arc mainly jnico. If thoy try  to make more than a short journey  away from moisture, they will poiish  for wi.nt of water and then their boJioa  will dry avay. The frogs bo'iefl are so  soft that tbuy ecarcolj- loavo any skeleton.

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