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Kootenay Mail Feb 21, 1903

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 '4  (1  ,)������    (0  (1  ,     'Si  ll  r      r  A\  o,  ^  fi  '  Hi  '  w-  ,'. ft)  u  I  ,l"'J  i  1-  J  ! ' ,  ii  1)  V  *,,  i\  v    ~* '  1  ft   _*  '    Ml  '  ), m  i1  i-  t  i  ���������1  r  C  ffl  Our Entire Stock of GROCERIES  u^yill^besAllowed on  alfCasii Purchases'O'f'  These are genuine offers,  out of these lines.       f���������  ,;'   .  PROffliSEB; .//'URSELP-AN OYBBCttAT  ti> a  Full:  lute nnd catch1 colils-*  This Full:". Don't put it oil too . ,  Alidilo not liny ibSheapralioddy'iinelj'TIiey never,look vvell..^   .    ...     -  -���������'*"-���������     '      .i.coiit that will please you:  AKtfc-ati jlo it".* "   ' . -" ,?>.  Tailor.  $150,000 , Changes < Hands   Over  Fred Robinson Lumber, Co.  ���������   The biggest timber deal   .which  has,yet taken place in the district  closed last' week when-Fred.    Robinson,' H.'"'_ostock ' and Mr?   and  Mrs:    Skene' disposed of, their  in-  lerest'in'the Frecb Kobison Lumber  company.e   The   transaction    involved, $150,000. r   The   new   pro-'  prietors are Minnesota lumbermen  of large experience, and have taken  up their investment in view of the  splendid  prosriects. of  tbe lumber  market on   'the   -prairie' and    the,  excel lent- timber   resources old the  liniilS) held-'by the Fred Jlobinson  lumber company    vvitli a ������������������ central  pointi like .Reveistoke    for   headquarters  oi "a big lumbering'business.   .The    new'' ���������proprietors    are  represented by A\ F. .Dudgeon, who  becomes managing ^director, afiicl C-  H. J oh nsoipywlid, becomes secretary  of, the   new  company. ���������Mr."Skene,  who has been secretary of-tlie.Fred  Robinson -Lumber-Company" since  its   initiation, and lias a thorough  knowledge'."'   of    the, -"-company's,  ^business, remains vvith'the'new pro-,  prietory," vvho are determined tooon-  duct thel-enterprise ih the most'up-  to-date manner. - ^> ,  ,.      \ ��������� t    ���������  '   Tlie Robinson family ..were  well-  known ih lum.bering.in thevKeswick  district of Ontario where they'operated.   Three of the brothers, ^red,'  Dan-and* Jolnrdlrif ted {west, -but  Fred 'was   the   pioneer of lumbering in the ,Rocky' mountains.    He  inagurated theColumbia River-lumber  Companyjs  enterprise  by   the  erection of-the big mill - at  Beaver-  mouth inl889That business has si nee  'developed,into the .largest^lumber-  ing  business in. North ' Kootenay,  with its' mills .at   Golden, Beaver  employes (days through which nothing  bnl "the best of good feeling prevailed)  wish you to accept this ring together  with their best'wislics for suce'ess'and  happiness' wherever your lot"may in  future be cast.   ������   '     *?      ,, - ,  Signed, on'behnlf 'of the employes,  Reveistoke, < 13. C'-J'ebruai-y i-l, l.JOIJ.  ,   , -Li .U, . ���������  .   ���������  %  Grand'Trunk' Express Left Rails  ' "<    at' Whitby. '������ ,r'  Yesterday the Gi-aiufTrunk Limited  was v'vrecked at WhitPy, near Toronto.  |Ten peisons were' injured. "'   , ', "d  make, von  'he /Mines. Exchange ������������������  '    ' "LIMITED. '  '   MINES AND MINING STOCKS.  Offic-es-'-CHIOAGCX III.; DULUTII, Minn.; CALUMET, Mich.; -NELSON, B. C.  -, ;     ' ^'y"     CAMBORNE, B. 0. ,    < '      s  f     .   OPFICIAB JBBOKEBS  '      FOR TIIE ' -  Calumet & British:Columbia Gold Mines Ltd  NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY.      .  A ,        i (EVA MINE.) ,    .,'  1 For tei-nis of payment and particulars apply to .  -  II.^N. qdURSIER, Agent',  . Reveistoke, B. c!  11. S. WALLACE, Maxagek,   -  C.itnliorne. B. C.  Harmony in Burnishing?  You   have  no   .trouble   if   you  samples (free) of ���������  write us for  f- -Carpets, Curtains, WalF Papers,  *������?''���������        '        Upholstering Materials,  '.���������bill everything reipiired.  The greatest assortment of  up-to-  date   Furniture   iiv Western' Canada  displayed in-our showrooms.  ���������Let us know your wants and we vvill do the  rest  Weiler Bros.  COMPLETE  FURNISHERS  Victoria.  r$*i ti? in (fa ti? ri? t������y ri? ($i rip rip tin r$*. r$* rjta ti? ti? _> _> _������_> _*<^<^r_>r������? _*>*$'?���������������'  r������?  ti?  ti?  tin  tin  tin  4?  ti?  ri?  rk>  tin"  PAIRS LADIES BOOTS AND SHOES  Sizes, l.1,, 2, 2i, 3 and 3.1,      Values, ������2.25 to 8 LOO.  TOUR CHOICE FOR $1.00  AT  E. J. BOURNE'S  Reveistoke  Station.  Iiimrne Bios. Old Stand.  ri?  ti?  ti?  ti?  ti?  ti?  ri?  tin  ti?  ti?  ri?  ti?  tin  and'Kau'lt. ' Mr.-Robinson came to  Reveistoke in lS96?'entering into  partnership with-' his late-brother  Dan.- ?After their severe* loss.'byjhe  .destruction of .the mill by firepthe  partnership'wasj, dissolved, and the  Fred"Robinsoii Lumber*���������Qpmpany  incorporated, with FrecWRobinson  and Hewitt Bostbck as'the'prihcipal  stock-holclers. Tlie company 'took-  oyer tlieibusines's pf the Kootenay  Lumber" Company.-' ' wliichd Had'  '-hitherto been -operating'���������aty Comaplix/"' tlnisdiulcljng^laigelj^do"^ the  enterprise. . .-" d, ^X "*"* ���������'  ;- Last season a shingle mill was  opened at Wigwam* and a sawmill  at the rising town1 of "Camborne.,  The company's limits were largely  extended by new'locations-in the  Big Bend, and on the Columbia  river between Reveistoke anrl Arrowhead. ' -  The transaction therefore covers  the mills at Reveistoke, Comaplix  and Camborne.and the shingle mill  at Wigwam, stores and other buildings with about 100 square miles of  timber, estimated to contain 5.000,-  000 feet to the square mile.and including much of the best timber in  the* country. These limits are situated on Fish" creek and the Columbia river, arid are mainly located  in the Dominion belt. Fred Robinson had located 20 square miles of  thisrtimber as long'ago as 1S90 and  has held it ever since.  < The new .proprietory propose to  ma'ke considerable alterations to  the three, mills, adding further  machinery and plant with a view-  to increasing the output to -10,000,-  000 feet a vear. Of this lam* output, 1-1,000,000 feet vvill bc"cut at  llevclstokc, equal to 50,000 to 55,-  000 a day. The capacity of the  Comaplix mill will be increased to  20.000,000 feet a vear, equal to 80,-  000 to 90,000 feet'a day. Improvements are also to be- made to tbe  Camborne mill.  'Mr. Robinson and family now  leave on a well-earned holiday,  making an extensive tour through  the southern states and Florida.  Mr. Robinson expects to return t'b  Reveistoke in two or three months  to wind up his affairs here and will  then settle clown at his old home in  Keswick, Ont., where he has still  considerable interests.  BOARD OF TRADE,  ,   . -.        *  ' d '   A  ,''. '   '��������� f ''��������� \'x ' ��������� X  Deputation Appointed to Interview  Minister, of <��������� Public Works. ">~  A meeting -of council, of Hoard of  Trade " was - hold bn'"''Thiu-scliiy, the  president, G. S.1 McCarter in thei chair.  , G. S. Flindt and A. E. Kincaid were  elected new mcmbeis. t J '?  ������������������As 'Messrsv McCn'rter and" Kincaid  arc going east next''week*'on private  business, if was "icsolvcd1' to appoint  their. ,>n delegation,'to, ..interview, the'  minister ob ptiljlic'works hi company,  with [Mr. G id I ib or,'^ M?!"?, "and" 'other'  B. C. members, tb secure i*V subsidy for  a tramway aty JJeatb Ra'pidsifoycbni-;  plefo'i.transportation '.between, Reveistoke nr.d Ciiiiop river .and that'tlie  approval iind co-operation " of the  " n* ;.*!.���������;fniicv.1 :.?-.  Jjibeial Assoei.itionMjcdiivitedf  i The delegates from 'tho'i Mining Association to.thc'conventioii at Victoria  vv-erc-ifppohitcd--a~dcputation-bn? bo-  dialf'of the Board .to'the,Provincial  Government to ask assistance towards  construction of,; tramway atf'Death  Rapids, completion , of, Canoe .river  trail i'sooh as ,'possible, - protection of  Fish creek bridges before .high water,  ferry over Columbia river at Reveistoke, foot bridge attached to., C.,l\ E.  railway bridge /at, Revelsloke', and  guarantee foi- early' completion of A.  & K. railway iii event'df (,C.' P. R. ap-,  plying for renewal of cl{arteiT?  - It was decided- to -write" Sunt Kil-  patiick iiskihg permission., from "C.T.  R..to attach footbridge tb their in.il-  'vviiy bridge at-Revelstokc.-' -,, * L  In-vievv of^thp coal strike at For nie.  'it was resolved to ask the government  tO'intrpduceaii 'arbitration aiidrcoii-  ciliatioii bill with a * yicw, to's'toppiiig  the disorganisation .oft industries '"by  strikes iind pointing1.,on,, the benefits  that had resulted m Kcw -Zwil,and and  "Australia from such legislation? 'rd I  Sings at Opera,House', Reveistoke.  i lf ' ' i -,'    ,  ..'"     Monday, Night A ~    n -  .The' interesting party ,of English  cathedral singers,\vill 'be .heard at the  Operiillop.se, here,1'on'Monday night.  They arc the'ehoristers of the Coron-  ation' Choir' from far-fumed ,' Westminster Abbey r aiid 'all took part in  the coronation of .their Majesties King  Edward VIL and ,Qucen Alexandra.  The boys arc particularly delightful  little chaps in*"tlieir Eton jackets and  .Westminster school cups. They arc  said to have the voices of angels and'  their voice's"dd not belie,it. ' Edward  Hi-ansconibcrsenior i lay vicar of Westminster Abbey, is director of .'the choir  .vvliiclMS composed as follows:��������� "'  .Concert Contralto���������Madame Marie  Ilooton.        ',        ^      , i  ' ',    d.  ^Soprano, Boys ��������� Masters Leonard  Hubbard, Reginald - Hyde,' Horace  Miirchaiit and.Alfred Boughtoii.' - .  ' .Male   Altos��������� Percy   Coward ,'nnd  Waller'Coward.'    _,".,,,     '* d   ..  ���������Tenors���������Ed ward", Bra nscombc   niid'  George Pownall.- ��������� ,- , , >* .  ' Bass-^ricrber't Hilton'? *     '  '"Entertainer���������Dudley Causton. ,,    .  .The   following "are    "sonic   of   the  luinibcis on the program me/at Rcvel,-  stoke:���������-   -      'd    d,   (,      X *   " "'- -.  Oli'i;���������'" Forresters Sound tlio Clu-m-fiil Horn"...  ' x *   7 .'...'..'...'.. .Sii-'Hi'iiry Bishop  Pin l Soils-'iOli rrush Thco My Jlabio"....." *[. /.'  ,     '... .?.-... *.?..*.'!.?..' Sir Arthur Snlliviui  Suns���������"Tnl:u a Pair of Sparkling Ej (*������"..'   i  .v.....d..r.-Sir Arthur Sullivan  i- Mr. Kdvv-iird Ilniiibcoinl)i������.  -     y   *-,  'Old Englisli SoiiK���������l,Profly Polly Oliver ','....?..(  "i       ������������������    ., AiiaiiKCcl by Arthur Somurve  ; >T '*���������    "     Miulniim Marie Hootou.    '       'BS  Old Gorniiiii Folk Song���������"Tlie'Youns Lover," *���������  ��������� ��������� Tire'Geiaieiiicn'of the Wostiniiiator Abbes  "   y    , *',  'Glee Parly. * A  Male -Alto Souk���������" Venetian Song"' t '.To=t i'  )    ���������' ,, ���������.      Mi. Percy Coward. . ' r  Song���������"Rocked In tho Cnidle of the Deep"   '  .    ,-..." ' ' Knight.  Mr. Horbort'Hilton. *   \  If You Want the Best  and Purest Selected Tea', that  money c'an'bny,  - '��������� 'packed, to-retai'n   its natural aroma'and'flavor,  free from the contamination' of the odors.of sur-  Toundinsr  Teas  Theycome in  - perfectly, pure.'  One Pound 'Makes' Over 200 Cups,  a������es  50c per Pound  ti? ri? fta ri? tin ti? ti? ti? ti? <ih ti? ti? tihrihri? r$* ^^<^(^(^(^<^(^f^(^"������|j ($)<$���������  ECTRiCAL  CONTRACTS  MAGNITUDE  OF ANY  EXECUTED  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest Class of Machinery   ....  Tlie Hinton Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  PKESK.VTATJO.W  During his residence in Revelsloke Mr. Robinson bas made many  friends by his sterling qualities.  lie has done much to build up this  city and develop the lumbering resources of the district, and carries  with him the goodwill and best  wishes of his fellow-cili/.cns and  numerous employes, as was evidenced by the presentation to him  of a handsome diamond ring in  token of the thorough esteem in  which he is held.  Tbe address accompanying the  pre-tentaiion was as follows:���������  To Knd Iiobiiison lisq.��������� I'enr Sir,���������  The late employe*, of tliel'ied Robinson Lumber Company, having learned  that you arc about to remove from the  City, are desirous of expressing their  appreciation of the manner in which  you have presided over them as president and manager of the company,  and, as a slight remembrance of the  days spoili   together us  employer and  k       ' '  Adjourned meeting  held last night.  Present: "Mayor,--Aid. Foote.Law, Mc-  Leod, Hume. - ���������<  ' CITY  LKTTUKllOX.  Chief Bain suggesting bearing cases  at police court.���������Accepted.,  * J. D. Sibbald, resigning as police  magistrate. ��������� Accepted, question of  successor to stand-over, Mr. Sibbald to  be paid salary during absence, less fees  paid justices.  Sibbald-and Field complaining they,  did not receive fair shaic of city insurance premiums.    To be adjusted.  T. H. Corloy, refusing to .accept less  -than $100 each for two ladder trucks.  ���������Accepted. ' . -  i;r.i:cTiox.  Aid. Taylor's seat for -No. 2 ward  was declared vacant and it-was do  cided to hold nominations on Saturday next and election ' on Tuesday,  March 3rd.  gi:xi:iiai..  Aid. McLeo I,c suggested getting  tester for city milk supply, and city  clerk was instructed to get prices.  Aid. Ppote vvaiited nn Arbor day, and  it was decided to get information on  subject.  Thedua'yor said P. 1!. Lewis had  oll'ercd live acres on MclCen/.ii: avenue  for a recreation ground, concerning  which something should be done, o^  course they had the pink at the lowet  town and when the town was a bit  bigger they could impiove that, lie  believed that within five years there  would be tram cars running out there.  The city clerk was instructed to  compile a list of overdue taxes with a  view to tax sale being held.  Gl('e-'-T!u)-,I3olUorSt. Michael's Tovver-'.'.../!':  .,   ,...?....'.?. ?d.Will Kny-yett.  ''  " (Xewly ari.iiiged by Sir Robert Stewart )'  lilee���������"Oh ii-yj-ivi'i-i.''...'.'... Sir Henry Hishbp  Old Sea Song���������'vTho Lowland Sea " ):.?  ,,   .  '.. .A.Arianged bj K. Ilran-con'ibe  L' - Mr. "Rdvvaid Bran-conib.', y;r  Song���������'"A Ru-siaa Love Song'1.. VoVStulzinaifn  ��������� '..-      ���������      Madame,Marie r-lfioinn. . ��������� A. Ay^_  Song���������"Little Maid of Aicadee".77 l.TA"'  ' v....Sir Arthur Sillliv-aii  ���������i   '��������� Master Leonaid Hiibb.ud.      - '  Soto (with vocal accompaniment)���������"-Tlio 'Image  oftheRosc" .".. .Reichardt  d' -        *  Soloi  ,Mr. Percy Coward. '    '   i   .<  Duett���������"It Was a Lover and His Lass..:....**.*...  .'. '..'.?......'.    ...  _.?.'*.. VValthew  " .-Madiinie MnriiyHootou und Mr. Edward",'~  I 'u , f'. , ~t Braiifecombe'. ''?.,? . - -.��������� , .U-  Hunioious Musicnl'Skotch���������",Tho ,ViHn-?e Con-  .      j        "    . .,--v-    J."   ll   ~       i    ,    -     l      .        . -   -  '      ^- cert '      't-    -i^...      ,^u. ...     .       -t-j  --._- - - s_  j_Mr. Dudley Causton._  a .-���������   Madrigal���������"N*o\v1������ tho Month of Maying"...: .  s'       - '. '....-...Thomas Morley  Speaking of the Coronation Choir's  last appearance, iu Montreal thc'Star  says:. "They1 gave a delightful.programme of English glees, sacred music  and solos. The smoothness and beauty  of their part singing was most pleasing  and the most dilliciilt madrigals were  given with an case and a delicacy that  were charming to the "ear. On this  occasion they favoured the audience  vvitli a couple of introits and* an  anthem sung in Wcstminster'Abbcy  nt the-, Coronation. The anthem,  which was Gounod's "Send'Out Thy  Jjight," was rendered in. a manner  quite difVeront from- that to which  Canadians arc accustomed. It was  beautifully -shaded and exquisitely  sung. .The soloists were good, cspecial-  lyMossrs. J-,eyIand Hilton and Coward.  Master Forsytlio sang a dainty little  song-by Cowen, and Madame Marie  Ilooton rendered a number of Scotch  ballads. Dudley Causton ..contributed  a humorous musical sketch that  caught thcdiouse." -���������  '  Ar  *-<-.  XI]  -S ,:..-  .   -   I y,ZrA   - A   ..-'_  , >    yn~-T"iP"^ 3*1   ' ."   "', .  The fieaCCrbSs? fipuq&Siore:  ?���������\d- ltJ~--*-ff~   ,-d;-"di;d   ^���������'^3XX'������ .*���������-...'r..  X'"- a '    ii     ; ���������=���������      ��������� -7���������������������������������������������" *,f A\ y.,, ,x  /HaveXou Tried(Millep!s^Emulsion-.ol^God"Livei1 Oil? ,  ^   '     j       *      *> j    .  wlf not vvhyjpiot.-' yr *>. < >.  ~>      ;,.,    *  ,    -  It contains 50 per cent of pui'e'Xprvyegian oil and'is so pnuil.^ified"   .  that it can lie taken ,liy those li.ivinjV n mils', delie.itr; ta-te.  .Sure  cure toi- coughs, colds, and all   tii-nnchinl. ticiubles'd'Tiv-it and ���������'  you will usejio otlieiv   Pit't up'in two sizes, 50c ;md Sl-Cfb       - ' ".  "J a' Ax Miller, fSc'C&:  Chemists and  ^-'Stationers. T r.  -s'-i  AA  --JA ,.  , a."  .NOW,  .*' "V*.  - +^'-  - VI  25.per, cent Diseount AIllOvep the Store.'  ���������    These .,gobds bought a from- the very "Best markets with *a  iberal"spot cash discount-makes this sale'one of "the few chances  for .the people of Reveistoke to'secure goods-at wholesale prices  Our Line-of Children's Jackets    . ��������� - H.  ' '  iS������3������(15 only 'left) at just one-half regular price.   $1.00   for;  LADIES MANTLES ;   ��������� \  ,'   '  AVe have-placed on aale atyexti.i discount.    These  p newest styles���������perfection in fit and  finish  $2.00  me nl.  <",  ins seasons-  ALBERT CANYON.  Fiom our own t'oiie-inindeiil.  Toboggan sliding Is nil the rage now.  It. Campbell  was  in. town ou business.  J)r. Taylor, of Golden, was in town  this week.  J. 1). Carlin is'expected back this  week from his holidays.  The people are taking advantage uf  the good .sleighing aiul arc driving to  thp lake every night.  Woik is'being pushed rapidly on  the C. 1'. K. Hotel in order to have il  ready for the summer season.  There is sonic talk of ,a masquerade  ball being held .shortly. Some of the  ladies are waiting .for (he event.  The Kield Hotel is nearly completed,  and Messrs. Holiday A- I'ringle, pio-  piietois, will open il to Hie public in a  few day.-.  The Kield hockey learn are getting  ready for their match with Ucvelstoko.  Jt should be a good mutch as the boys  are nil old players.  The residents of Kield are glad fo sec  Mr. K'nowdell, locomotive foreman of  the C. I'. It. shops around again afler  his severe attack of Ingi-ippe.  Fi om oui own corre-ipoiiilenl.  Alt. and Mrs. John Anderson, have  taken up their abode in the village.  Mr. and Mrs. Sandberg are still  away having a holiday at Tacoma and  other coast cities. ' *  Jt is rumored the store will be again  occupied and business conducted, a  good general stock being kept.   ���������  A petition has been sent to the postmaster praying for a mail twice a day.  Hitherto mail was only received from  No. 2, nil eastern mail being carried  west and exchanged when No. 1 met  the east-bound train.  Letter Orders Have Our Careful Attention,   '  Goods Guaranteed Satisfactory or Money Refunded.  BEID. &d ^STGU'lSrGr  MALAKWA.  From Oni' Own Oornji-iKiiidoiil.  Wo expect a. social every two weeks.  The weather is still very changeable  and is laying a lot of us up for a few  days.  C. Knisor with his bridge crew are  hiile-tr.ickad here, and were hastily  drawn out the other evening to attend  to the suowslido oast of here.  On Saturday night an cnterlain-  inent was held in the new school hoti.se  nt Malakwa. AH the valley people  were present, also many men from the  logging camps and from Krascr's  budge gang. The progiiiiiiine in-  eluded duet by Mestliinies lOrickson  and Wolaey, recitations by Mrs. IJrulni,  Me-srs. Christiansen, Wobey, S.  boftus and Z. Parsons; violin solos by  Messrs. Einel and llosamon; songs by  Messrs. JJiniks and l'ai-oons; dialogue  by Airs. Wolsoy, Miss Archibald, M.  Christiansen and Conrad Anderson.  Supper was served in an enjoyable  maimer. Another 0ocinl vvill probably  be held Feb. 20th.  Maiakvvii, Feb. 12th,  o^-c^f-ny 0-nA 0<?<&s5jfs SeiX  yL^sCsfcaei, fry, Gi^itfstUa^id  -Crts  */  frtnvc/������4s  Young* Man !     Young Woman!  Don't he content to ���������.law along all of your life nl I lie .-.iine old d-sk  or counter-,i ineie iu.icliine. OUOW! GO FORU'Alii)! Don't  fool away your time on flipperie?.    Don't. ivii.-Le yom  ni#lit=.  STUDY !      LEARN !     ADVANCE YOURSELF I  From Hard Work lo Success  is but a slep if you'll apply y(iiir-e!f ,in.l   work  a  little  while   ench duv.  now   to  advance.    We i-iin ni.ikt* you pi oficient in ANV lim; vou vvitli  ti'iic-li hiicci-'-i.fiilly Iiy mail, n, inoi ('��������� t linn lOO.POO of our students  in   ihe  States and Canada vvill ntte-t.    Thev ni-e oui   iecoiiiii]"iid,itiiu].    Wute  for particulars..    Don't   dki.w.    We can   put  you  forvv.iid   in any !,i  liusiiK'Sa, liter liiiuUs, ait nr M'ience.  LET HOXKST AMBITION* ATTAIN* ITS GOAL.  Stai t  We no  _'niled  .0 once  inch of  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS.  SCRAN'TOX, PA.  W.  II. MoPOUOALL Local Ilepies-enlntive.  P. 0. Box iao.  Xel-ioii, B. C. AA'A  wx  OtMMQ^E^^  Mfiyi??d;:  tfXfxfftiM^iMjX&^xuiwfi'XiXAi  j;j,-;dsuijs;crap't'16i^  ;'V;t^OTKRTlSING,: KA'l'KSyv :oh.'iipiiliciipon  .'jV'/j; 'i;'yChange-siii;:ailvert,iseiiie!ils,i.iyiiist;-nC''yiirli.V  y?fe'".'<:-Tuesday o'-.'eaeli/vvcekt'6 secure gooirdiir,  y'?:':.^,.^,;? 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Si"! i������'?5y p'u'iYfj ^ t *3 '?^i i* i-riv.  !������ii;������!i?d  ^IISfi^ffi_MI^S^I0S^^������lS^i^K  y;^������id;d!yyS|������l?ys?y  dHyyyFpi^Ueib^/Tiieyfe  mm  ^d?d3Tl"ph!?u;s^  ...    ... .    .    ,-,...  .-        ''-"-l:?-i^";?j;^y:?rtiI(Piyyil;;iii;yn|li^  :siT:'.^.':p;:?&!^n-yii''VW  ;,ra^^-iyi!Cii.cps.t^ ;;??.?;; yyy, *  !yTi'ybl?aiidinpti?tlidi-esiills?  yS^syfejdM^sprpipi^^  iii;^iij:;iii-J.iii;^ii:^,^i...  yidyyy'JySl^  ;n.t;y\vasfgci]iy;st6i'iesy:yy;;I:|li^  ;R ipiu i s ^ily a biil eis'yga ve ig t lier y ptojp 1 id; I ? th Oil gh AH, wo u 1 d ygc: t Xsg mf[ f  yfyhci\yeyuseciyeight]^  Jsilice'Jviyddj^^^  m  M-TlDRUGrGrlSTSl  ! liereliy iiuiliorizbil to Sii.'.peiiilpryiropthirsiii.iiVy  '-..f water to all customer..s for ..nip; iii.:T.:iiiiiraiu.-i  ddyiRalph;Spiiytl]i^lyPd*yellyde^  d'ythe?;a'dclressy?dnd}?ygbicbe  -'yreceived;:ir6ni;:they;Minersd:nibi;i^t^l^  d^nltiuft;y;ftl,e-y':ybtIiPi-:ydav:y7  ydsmUiv;]^  -"7to:--  ' ;.!ako!iibt.ico:tli,'it|tlipabovb'ii7 a ti-uo: cojiybf  ytlip.pi'Ojioseily'lly-HivVi iiiioii:;,vvhibli7;tlicy,voiebf  the 11 tinicipiilitywill.lie, taken (ir..tli'ci-'ii-e;iliill.  SPcoiid Si,rcpp Ecv-blstiikc.?M;':C.',:,bc!.lvv'Ouii~.llic  lioiirs[of! iiiiie o'clock lii.thb. foroiiobii''' inid';:liall'-  pust sevpii o'clock in tlio aftei-nocni on tlie Third  ���������il.ii.v:.dt;-3!ai-cliV:iaK-I.;"?::-.?;.:- -:." 'Ass,AAA-As:.iA',  '"'" ~'i"'":":���������'���������"'"-:- ""��������� 'H;i-:>*!tvdi''bOY:b'':''': "'*'  ' "id  -; m i 11;?; T'ii 1 p-fnli 1 Is. y d n tl 7 ?bi  -riiji yupinsyOn.tlie; OaXA, Id;  .; '' The .pibstiiplea.���������i.ig--.' newsy of: 1m-  ;pe-;i:tl. iiifereiPinyytlie : lie ween fury  ; idthey'advaijced. (dnditinpyof; the  y=eitleibentpfylrislpgrievtiPees, thus  {���������liabling oni?;.cf tlio-'. cbirkest ]������ages  "in; yRn'tisb? histoid ? to ihedlosecb  yi'he .-:(-!;leinent-,;is   tlie revult Pttiic-  reec-n t: coniereiico' of land lord-; a nd  ii*?naii t =���������,-���������-.y, '"'���������'-������������������ -'.-���������-- - :d^;.',--?'--?d-,: .'.?���������������������������..: ?::  CiiiibOliie.  harnessed to ppeiatediiids.yluuibei- copper nipiithly>:."';0're."sh.iprnciits -for ��������� nnes  y-;milldi;Pulp?n-iills?;dntl; biavTbe?'to: Jiitni-iry.vvei-e-8,82.1;"tons?  The yMini.'ig 'Association 'nioveiiic-iit  is beiiijj..' taken ; tip ^generally. 7yMcet-  iiig'sliii\-p;;beeni.heid   ;at. ���������;���������'Tro.ut Lake;  Ferguson,   Wilmer, iind  oilier   N'Pt'tli I  ICOoteiiity pointsyto orgiipise   liuinehe.-y'j:  l':i.iid..'(.ik1ct--',(.leiegiites ;to   the   Pig -.eon-1  j volition at Victoria'. ���������. At; l-'trguso'i'i the i  i following otlicers were elidti'il?   Presi- ] b- E:7MePIierson"  |.dent, D; G. Forbes: "vicbdd. >"libbnon: t over Chid Foley.  ; i-wretiiry-treiijmreiT-F. HoltCn. ...- .:   .���������..--..];.:... Joseph Miirfiii'rt iipp'7al lo^A'csl Vale 'AA  A. A. H. .Curie;  f'onin113--;i<i*ii������-*-  for' tiie.'i-urge's  the  elecpii's ' te  A l.okidoii.-Economist,  in .bis articles oii j d'Uilin so a8 to. dy  ���������-.-���������''.'? ??.;.   .-----������������������:. -ys"' ���������  ?       ���������} Urjlvsh Coluiiibiii as a  (did fur invent- ,| ernineiit and brin^r on  y Tlie epining   seSi-ion   (il llii;.  liii-y nient, innkes   tit.;  following   sweeping [straight ������������������ [-.arty.l.ine.-';;  -..tiiiiiibii pitrlialiielit ' will ."be   oiic oi dt'ip-iMeiit:   ���������-\\'e tuni now.to Canada. ? ...,.r---    -���������-, :   tii-nii'^t   iii'iiioriiinl    iii    (.'aiiadiiinl'11 the whole   of   tiiis 'great,   country?    ���������    y   .   LABOR'S  CALL   ' "IV'; will -.'-Pi!    lb.-    ililro-:| t-,"-','r !������������������*?"������������������!."'"������������������ gold'mill'- into, which ;-������������������' ���������'. -  .--.'������������������  ybii^ed  Oil I  e over the!  lhe    pro-!  railwavs,}^,,  '   -.uu.-ili     aii tl*.; ilfit l .IV'll' i'J' -'. *-'��������� : -1l ������������������-"'���������.���������"-   t'ii'- *������������������.-���������-.���������--������������������  .t-'-.i .  <;ru.ii   u"mi:ii.i.'-iiiie������ji.i' :i -. -:  ^^t-jr? ���������������.:-. J/Ti-r~? **,tf S '��������� jwUI*- 1' >tv-*i\ - -  '  ;y;;:iuy;:pi,biishi,f,gi;7t;i,escy^^^  ffffA 'AAXfffffa^^  ���������:AI'P.cl'P'y;;;i;;iy:. yyy! :-:/.;   .'i.air:ii,,.vflr5-.i.cn'iip  rf������t'i;rmIi������^a!!...',Ki/..i;..rtli^  -, 'F.iifiAi:''.r.':--IJi{-AXKois"iy.".Pi,,i'i''r'.i*.vw''is.':'t..iii'i;iir>rii>;'''w-'.'a>i'.v iii'y'iii--'''?,'pi''1 j: 'i-b'f^-y^id^d?^  i' i ���������   C'. i y::?tiip.-7 yhiiltalMi. lietiyrniiiiethe1 i-'u-iiieu iii the |; riu")i?--,-A.7y?'^"r-/,-ir7iVm,c-n^-,J^^  FpP,.d<h.;7     -;;     ' ,   y  y     -yy>lri:('i ii, svhich  it   is; l..i- li.'-   l.-ii'l; inid-c'-.niVi"d [-IH AF_rl'-'IATIi011 ���������������'���������'"������������������U'������V"*'SITr;0.F:T0R0NT0.-.������J.-  ffm  ^jlievlamily;;.  wxm  f$lm  "'"aAUi  i\';e-;ceiitypa'cket;yis;;;:e  |-;:;;bobtle?ysixt)*yceiitsiy'^  POLITICS.  .-The-!;!test, returnd. for. I'iiirnnl give  liiiijority ? (if;t\l  the  im  .-���������li-'ill l."ii,.-!<l" iMv.'f.riiiii!,- tn yiz.yi.f .tjilie laid. ���������'..-'!.  '.'��������� 1S. A11~.-. ��������� - v!������.-. t.- 11 < i-i-:- .-iinii b.'v' |/i(>vi.!(.'<l vvitli j  -t<;p null Wii'rt'- i-.ii.i!.-.?'(in I ii.!] t.l.e iiliiiiiliri-.*; woi-.t.- j  .-tuill lip .!i>li...;yili ;r -.vorillii,tliiiii'.,-: i:lii,'iii.-r7vvitlii  ���������'ii'..irl liiiiieri.'il-' iii[i!i,-'tc;if.ty- *troi:;r to r-.-.'>i:il- ill"-!  pi-'..-;-:-.tt!-p,.|f tl;.-- '.v.'iiif'f. .'iiid 7'.- :rT.n- ?iiti-fi.'7i"ii !  ������.f iii'.-l-'ir.:, Vi'iit.'r.-ni.f l.!t,'lii.'l''.'i!iir,it.f.i''e. - ' i  y r'.,Al! p.'H-iDmvr--.ii"-' KV'.-r, t(>;���������!,��������� ���������A-i.r.i'iA'Wl'i.  p'rii.y--. -(..,{..'.���������������!.., ;-,!i,.l .,������.,'--i'l;xi,.'iri.,-i-.n I h'1 pi-cue [ . ' ,.--'  .���������"--'."Iiiii^irtri-'i'i^r itii'i y.irii.yr. '.'!i7i'l ' iiri.!..M:fi;il j  'rt.ni!''fr'.-I ;ii !l..-.'r .'-."-." expi'i'?.���������!' .'     ' ���������']  X<.������-lf/-i.'r-'"srvei -iiiili-K.-.'.rn of h   I'jll'.rii ;  ' F.yH.TORriiiNGTON,, Musical Director.  - HIGHEST - MUSICAL VyKDUdAflpN.y  y;7!''x,dl!XATi')NH'--Mibiil()li(u ihe Ter-  l-iiiii -i (".'������'. ii iid . British..' Col'uiii.b.ia'.'-.'.l.i'i.lj',  'end-ror.t'a'leiidiii'.-iini-l Syll.-Uius, ���������'. !  J2iiiidyl! I'i-mlirul'e stv, Toi-onlo.  .;;-ils'-heti.e^  y-';tli ti_pl hervy iserdyTfidsdy ?7??y:?y:yydyydy?  7i7?Oui-"wordS'!lo?ypu;:tp(lay'iii-(p;;5;7:?":ffl  y-HA;vr-: -.vYo.'iiii l?i{Tx'n^y;bi3iyyimrdl3K^r7:''  y y .St y hi-: y an b 7 Q p A r. it.y -V A To yo is'iviipT i 17:?  d'"> i >��������� iJidr.": o J.'i'r r r ii;' y?r".,;??" y ? y 7:5y-:77y?d:- -ii yri;? 7?"??"  ;^?--:;#;ico'6TJ5MY  11  ; Orders,by-ppstyliavi*''pi oiiipt iitteiition7;  ���������.history  ;-duciip.il ni i-i."'di:-tr.iliiiii'.iii  the ne vv liens us. ���������'liu;'-: I ai tti  riibsidii.-.-   (.leniaiided   by  po.-yed tran.fcpiitiiienial... iiuiwii\.-,j ,_,,,|,i ���������. iinii'_*.s  revision, pi", the .tar iff. .ami amend-'! (Ie|.tli."  liicnt of ?tl)'.'! y.Xorth Aiiierieii Act.  with. ;i .view io rcipljiislinir ��������� the'  '/rant.- lo I he.' )u'oviiii-i--,~. Any .one  ..'if th'-.-e.important' ipn-stiiiiis would  take lip an unlinai-y sid-ior, of the  legislature   with   lhe   usual   subsi-  diarv; legislation.  .ne -,::iii 1-liv-'on   nn   iiivehtineiif. Iiiisi.-. ?     ' '.      ' ..  There ni--.ior.d   C"iil   i.nd 'copper, and !     "^'"'t' V? Pnore. Cnnadiiny iirgiiiiiz.::  Silver iiiidleml,: nnd ���������'nickel  nil-1 'iron ! "V tl|,;' t;- (!- ���������'*.- I'-'-A^.   '-������:-eii   laid,-up.  i.iiii'd hut, so  far,  all   the  iiromisipg pv,,h f '"<:** '" ^hidicme iriic.^       .-..  have.,  gone   .'.wi'oiig   "iii i,    >.'. !'��������� Id.'l'b. biis -'i.iojv six -.divi.-iOiis in  7   .   '     ������������������   j Ga i in da.���������-;it?  ViineoOyer. ��������� jil'evel.Hoke.  ..._'--.���������_���������.  j NeLsoip't'iiigiiry,'Winnipeg, Toronto.-  i'-". ,(������. Ksfesi-president  I?. IJ^Jt. ;K.. pr-e  -|io.-e.- t-i-ii'v.e.llbig l'i'oiii .yicCfirin; to llaji-  &I���������.'.r.rrrr. n^���������-T-^T.TM���������n^^wr I I .   , i .  liaggiigeiiiiin   W. Irwin,. Mi  n w,  lieerr.prorriVited .to condiictc.r.      .    \  The ('. "P. I!. is reported, to have pin- \  j. u. j-fnx" I IP.-; .year, visiting   ii  chased the lien v er steiiinsliip  iine.  (?iii,!idinii rail way luisiiiess is A iii dii  llie booiii'.     Iiicrenses wc-rr; $l("i(j,b()0 in  Ti h.'and %\o-l,tM) in G; I', li. gross  last week.. ...���������'*'  ������������������Says the .Sandon I'ay.-treak: "We  'believe   as   long  us   Cii'riada   hasajU.  .-nrplu.-- of lend to export   the- .la"riff!"foi  W'.i!,ilil   be uiiayailing   lo   al't'eel    the!     t.'iiiiii.'li':in    Pacilii;   eoiidiietoi-.s    niid  pric- "! the raw���������-that i.y 1" :;\ v, I he j ti'iiiiiuicii are gal la-riiig nl, Montreal lo  'til rift vvi ui Id belief it Ihe smeller. Imp hpcrview oMieiiils regn rd i ng ir.vi.-ion ol  not   tin-,    iiliiie .owner.     Therefore.' f" *'-hod.iilex.  the  ln-.-t. in ten-.-is i ii-I be lead nun nig  industry of 'Jlriti.^h (..'oluiiihiii, will  not be rerved by having the tai-ii't'  (.ui lead raised .-kv high but bv hav  ing tlio tariff on mining iieceHsitiesdMond  . .J. MeMnhou bus lei. to W. Fleming  a contract for driving piles nnd putting in boom nt McMiilion j Pros,  shingle mill,    Tho   work   wu.^  .Marled  l^i^::*^/,:;1:^  'f^XAX:)fXf^^  Head Office^ Abattoir and?Gold Storagey:    ; y  y . yd        d^^^Galgary, Alberta  ::?<���������:;  'XiXii  ;.;���������:���������-.'.(,  ������������������������������������ .l.u^MWr^^,!  Clii'.ling ItevOlst.o.kc:  "  _���������       ���������  -.  : nxpir.  "��������� '"���������'���������''  "���������    BANKING.     ;        .    XXX'  .j-.ai|,|.l������.rl  frui  , r r,i   ' r       . I r .     ,      i:lili"i litfil ill :  ..inlinger   I hipps,   oi   the    Iiii|.oi inI-: ,.,,ffinu.���������n ,j  IJniik, li-it for '���������o-lsoii Tiiesdny. I    '-���������'���������������������������I'i  j\lr. Van.Court,  I een transferred to  I lie Inipcriiil IJniik- ns  ��������� The  K.-islen:    I  decided    Iii    iiieii-n.si-     I  :-f::.000,000, nnd sliiires to .1  _ . ... i    ->. ���������  The lievelsl.oki: I.iiuil  have stinted the pile il ri  fixing up their boom at 11  .Some of the new inach  i ivei  ros.  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam Heating.  Second Street, Reveistoke:  K-^K-^n-jk^S-rxEgjaagagfisBgr:  Kor firhl't:lasn Icntliui' write  Vancouver, B. C.; ?  Illi'ilUh   (ir.lninliia   AkciiIs   for the celohral.cd  -PENKTANG" Sole Ix-aUier,. Cut Soles and  - Ifppl I'ieci.-.-.  !     Ilarnc.-s Iieillhei-s, lii-idh.'. Haddlu -unci Skii-t-  iiiK I.e.ilhcrs, l/icc iind   I/ili^d beathers. Upper bent hers of all kind-.. . ''  ���������   Mnniifiictiirci'.-   of  Olostil     Upiicrs   of    all  d(.'."i:i'i|ilioi!.-;.                                            '  .ShneinaUoi'-' Tool-' nnd   I-'iiiilin''.--, Saddlery  n.irihv.'ii'p. Ilii)(:S!i'tnl Oil--.  .'J'vvptlibiisiiiKl llccr.skiiis Wanted.  CiiliiloKiius mill price lists on application.  A "GUARANTEED CURE yy?  For All Forms of Kidney DiseaseX.  , We, tlie undersigned- Di-uggisls,- ,-nye  fully  prepared  lo  give   tlie   following  giiiirauU'c vvitli every 00 cent bottle  of- :  Di: Pettinirill's   Kidney-Wort, Tablets,/'  the   only'i-eini'dy, in   the  world  that  liositiveiy   cures   all   ti-oulilcs,arising ���������  i'l-oiii vve.-tk.oi- diseasi'd kidneys:���������.  ."iMoney  'clieeiTiiIly   returned, if life  sull'ei-ei- is not  relieved  and   improved  'after iise.of one   bottle,    Three  to  six    -  bottles cli'ecl.-astonishingmid  pei innn-  enl  cures:    If- not'. lelieved  and (.ui-cd  yfiu vviisteno money."  (Jiiniidn Uool; k Drug Vo. Jjfd.,  ,    ���������     ' ' JtevelsfoKe, .11: O. .  J. A. Mi.llcr & Oii., Druggists,  ',  .      lii'velstoke, 11, V.  .--  WiilU'i-.Bi'vvs-, Driiggisl,  -    ���������  /    Ki-v-elsl.ok,-, H. V.  Get your Job Printing done a I the  jMau, Ollice. ���������   ,.      . d   ,    .  ". '-',    '  ���������c  lfJi-  !     ������e    r i  r  m ( ,  ^<    ,,d, d/,'  '     ,' 'to,  *���������> ,  - I   '    *���������      'iMS*)  $ A StBAIAGEM       ^Yl  THAT FAILED.-  ���������:���������!  vauwr. i - i* >, ���������?[  (Sj������x..;,.:,".:������:.,;..:..j..-:���������x^:":-*t**x-:������:":">!  Throughout" (ihe  entno  course     ofi  A"  iBiy .crim-mal.   caiecr,, vvlucli has-   in-  ,(   eluded'all. sorts and* conditions?  ,'"of  ups'and',  downs?'I liavcencomitcicd  several very diseoura'ging, failures    li  ,      vvill endeavor    to iccord tlio history1,  oil tlio most humiliating of these ic-  pulses' in* the* lines that follow    "  "  Early in September, J 885, I round  ffiywH    ���������Jilting," in   ' my > den fin St  Gilo's!,. discus9ing the state of     oui  mutual? finances     with Tod'Basting,  , ' my' ol'dest'i chum .ami partner   , Bastr  mgV was, inclined'to take a pcssimis--  tic vievvr   ,of-   the-, situation,  and 'ho  "    i   puffed"* savagely* at his glowing     clayt  as' tlioUgh! concentrating all the bitterness* tof liis emotions on the    to-  baCco W)iich*<bui ned tlieiein  '      f "He-ve,rythin's"p]a3cdfcout and hov-  erdow",*'' he' jremarked! in a gloomy'  1 , tone,-"and that's1 the blbomin' tiuth  Blow* me   'if"I'-don't feel like joimn  - tho   perhce    force    unless   sometlun  i     .turns up"llrfoix} I'm"* rnuch'holder "/  ��������� ��������� My I dear Ted," I rcmai lied,  wi th'  i    '.dsHriile"'which-1 could', not^icpress-,'  r '     "s-fu'cly*" ybu      would'   not'   disgrace  ' .vo'di*" family"'m" t"hnt'riMionnci ���������>"' . ' '  ,   v,   "Well; 'feu^iioi> t dunnd"   , X*r_ cbp--  pcrV hfo n_I'C-arf Iiad when-'e  'ap-  -   penst;o get.'old of'a' gopd" bent,-.with1  'jJlontyto' cooks'an* pork pics'iVf't^w  'But, 'tli'dlr(evwqt's"'tlle''gobd1,o*''.t'alkiIi',  . .     abrvht'  'slbh^ luSuvics* wlicndt'bh'y  '   ' liiaktfs3 n"y'--ihoulli' v?atci?"-t<5 "tlinik. "of  '.'cirtt,'without^ sal'isfj'iii'g tlic'vvacancV  ������3ii������3r',b'elbvOi'niy,;wit''".'alkr- ,. '',;*>    >  i, *"T  (iii'itrf' n-jfee" vvitli' you?'"* *I     rc-r  i ', plictl,= "butt- I* fancy- i am* ^rf   tlie  'vergtf- o'f 'oUrcAWij ai' coup1; winch1  wijl  t    'ibrlngfT usf' iii  sufficient' io1 lcmov _ Hid  va'can'tfy'' for' evermore? or,1 fKOiei', 't;o  ._-fi"ll  Hj* lip' sa-tfisfactoi-ily ^ \Vnat:     do  /     .you- etty; to" ���������fcfcui'in'g* ������20*000^ Worth  tof jewelry'    from StoiiWs*' llio'    T5ig  ���������������' , B6nvl* streSb Him"  -How" vv-ould* tVftt  t BthT-ybur" tfSok**-'"    -'   "'' ���������Vy���������",<.���������> *  ." ' Ue* leaned- liiick cend jic'cVdif at'  rile  cymca31yd  , , ".  * . *''.  ������ .-^' ' '"Wftitf. *swi-t?'Aie'jtfown to-1 *' ���������he'  - '   ^oimd^guv^AoV," lj6;a-hs!vve'i!'ed',  '*'but  ".^���������th^ qirestwa-3<;i 'ow do'J you1 propose  to''worl" fiTeJo^"    "--*"���������< ^'       ;-.<  ~ "B|T ii^nigftna'o'j -which'1 is simplicity  itself,'' I" relurSbd.' sfowry.v "an'd"- if  yofi" tfill IrsfeV for" a" f'ew minutes'   I  'tliinft you' writ   ( agree' wi���������ha Ac^tlfaf  the pliii(is! HSt'only ������w<5rkablc,^' but  t AiiaSsti dert-ain oi* sitccesS' *"'" *  ^ ^ ������  ���������      "'A'rl-' rierlrtT-fgtfv'/riorVArO^avVay and  ftfuforja' yVJui-^tfiil,  a^ ihtf sorfg scz,','  * he   muttefwl,. * v?Tti*i 'a griri    -And",  ,   a <liuS-,on66rin������ggd, i-pi'aCcdA&S t'o   1ex-  irlain. my sclw-mc X\      'X  " r',  f  f t ' l^TopdseX to ."   t'rtke^v a "suittfljpf  rooms aC-the Ifotel J'echeich'e," I be-,  erlji, speaking'' ''m a slow, deliberate  , * ^���������CoK.e/^o'-tha'rhe rfngtit-follow " my"  - _,cnidaniiij*J,  "and when"I have^'s^cured  '   ^'���������fhc^ aTpftrtmCTiti!'in^qticfstidn','1    shall  ? <it!ti'ror myself In'''gorgeous clothing.'  \ Atii^pAt; a.visit^t'o -Arossrs * Stonor  "and Soils       '" *?   'd     X   ���������-,,.? " '.,  ->,     ."Worry good," he'muttered ~ "and  v wot then?"        - ,     --,       " '  *-"Then t shall J 'aak-y to be ������liovvn  ���������i  -=omo spccimen"s of then'best woik   X  , t" p!i������J1  explain.that.-m-y, wife js  lying  <     in    a.   soincvirhat;.delicate''   state, of  ^health at the ho'tel, and that she <le-  ',sires me to choose~some^ stoiies-', for  ������     ; her .-1 After some deliberation T shall  X^   BO^on tovpomt out-that*I would pre-  ;    for my wife to view tlie thing's,   for  t--*^hcrself, sand- *_that I ivpuld L siiRgct  1   their ��������� L sending ,an assistant vvith s. a  v,largo1asfiortiiienti-to tliafliotel "diuiiig  ,^,7 ,tlwt afternoon.';:^- \   A 4% ?f  ���������    [  sccP'   he  replied, "nodding -~ liis  "' large -'head,   - ';und 'v lion"the" chap  "comes     roimd.. with the stufi you'll  h- - just  knock      him.��������� .on-* the  bead'and  ��������� woot with the swag  . Ha, ha,  ha>"  v   "and  here  the  woi thy lellovv  laughed"  long and loud       v        ' -      '  ,     ' Yotfr^.surmise   is poifcctly corioct  except'in'one detail,"  I  made     .111-  wer*;  "I shall not knoctt him on tho  .   head,  as'vou velcg-antl.v .suggesty  hut  ihall administoT to-the gcntleman'a  \������ mild-sedatlVslTih^the,form of>" dose  -j-of cliloT^of%,*-'"vv hich will lendei- him  - -'quite^.liarWe'Sg'until we haVe    made  shone brilliantly^ over the door. Telling the cabman to await my- re-  tui n, I swaggcj*cd into 'the emporium  and approached' tho long, glittering  counter., ,  A" gcntlemanljr, assistant.leaned to-  vvaids mo, asking'in a low, mellifluous tone what- ' ho could havo the  honor, of sJiowmg-.ine. Ii hmtod my  rec-inicmen.ls*' in a.-few percmptoiy,  woids-J1 which" seemed to impiess him  very deeply, and" during,- the next half'  houf.'X' kept the youth <busy, displaying to met all sorts and conditions of  iprccious stones, the mere'sight of  which .made my mouth'water, to--u.se  W somewhat1- foicible, though, inelegant,, expiession. i ,  x When I^had'sustained the faice long  enough. I- shi ugged-my shoulders.' di������-  coiiHoiately--and-observed        '      c  "lieally,. I- don't' caio tb- decide'ion  nnytilingi. without- consulting my  wife- Unfbitunatiely, she is kept/to  the* hotelt by> a>* bad* cold -and'* cannotr  sin  out'*'" r      ,       i  ~ It* was-thcli������ that t1iev assistant'  made the suggestion-for which'"!* was  waiting - .   ,     '  i  ���������'Wo-' could send'round-an ussort-  ment'by one ofour people, if1 you  like, sn," he lemarkod* aliUbly, "and  then i the1 lady" could see for hei self 'J  "Aid ail* admnable"plan,"r'l" cued,  speaking, as though thc^arruhgcnient  had" occurred to mc us he spoke.  ,"J">o\ you think you could igend youi  man bet"vvceii"tiVe and six* tins evening?"- ', , <��������� 'i - - '  i "Certainly";* sir ��������� (Will* you be'good  enougfi' to state your'name'"ah'tl hotel?"  '     i                ,' -           J       <i     A  1 "ITcic'is iny-'caid," I-ieturned,^ ns  V-r. -fc-i r_',._ ,_���������:.  .������,^ .*,.._i.'a'_...iiL-a-  n  tation of the real ting, but.I do not  deal in imitations* 5Cc maiket'pnte  of ze lot vvould be, one thousand  maiks ��������� dat is, fifty i>ounds-m your  EngJeese monuy K"ot a, gi oat  more "'       n  , At fiist I vvould notl believe this  terrible truth. < But when I'perceivod  that Groby. absolutely lefusod to accept', the'=tones��������� and leaterated his  decision that tliey weie merely paster  I" leahzed with an-overwhelming  pang*thatimy tnsk'Jiad been doomed  to failure With heavy, hearts my  chum and I' departed from the dealer's office, and the language in which-  Basting'indulged i on our way. to the  hotel' would' have formed a valuable  addition to-the verbal atock-m-tiade  of iivlaohdbh' cabman *  - We'sat in oui little-ioom discussing the' incident with mournful  speech' Neith'ei of us (oulil fathom  the mystery     of the affair ��������� neither  "MS'-AmBY/SBDIfflDB.  i       _  PBESENCE '   OP       MIND'      AND  GREAT PLUCK AVERTED  '   ' DEATH.'  Sovecl General's Life, But Lost His'  Own���������An,-   Incidenti of   the^  South- African1 War..  J l    ������~ t ' r  liming,, the-- Austiiam aimv ma-  nociiv-i cs ilahV year'at^Remboi tov a,  artillery' piactice wa1.'m.progiCjS  Suddenly'a,young aitilleustl saw  that one of the guns was trained 'upon ,, the*very spotUvhcie his goncial  was stttiiding Theie-Was no i time'  to give" warning. The'mono- 111111^  himself in nont< of' the'general,  kiiock'mg-lum down with the"foice of'  Ins, impact , At that'instant- .the'  gun Went off The geneial's life was  save J,'but'tlie soldiei, who was' a*  of u-j could unacrstnnd-'how'it had j'levy, and only'twenty >eais old,' vv'as  come about that Stonor and"- Sons killed 0n the'spot' , The funoial whs-  had -sent paste instead of genuine ,on<- ������*,the most imposing ever'seen'  goods' to-Uie Hotel 'Recherche "* 'Wttisaw*     Moie  ^than a bundled  , Next morning"   illumination   came    offiieis' ;folJowcd    lhe body to     the'  Basting.-.wlio had been* enjoying an-- giave, and the general,'whofo life  cailv potation n't a neighboring cafe, had been ^.lved, shod teais'as he  leturned to tlio hotel,, clutching, a' Pronounced 'the fuiiPial 01 ation '  copy of 'Galignam's Messenger''111 I 'Ihen; aie r cmeigencics in which  his hand,, whilst his eyes gleamed moip than' phiclc-is' needed Quick'  with furv t.    ' Ithoug^it'    and   icady1    icsouice,   are  ' '' ncad'* that paragiaph,-guv'iioi,", *oinotimcs moie valuable in time of  hovelled, "and you'll undeistimd' uanger" than even* the most bujl-  u]l " * ' hcndetl  - br.vveiy      That    cclcbuiteJ  ,ire pointel to a'-, passage that-lain'lfih'l-'cV flrauiice-GifTord,' owes his  i_h"us . . ,       .       '     P'fe to stieir a> combination of qiiiU������-  , ' Strange Seoul*] tb a'Daring iies-'with valbt M'hile iii 'command  ^     '   '*���������      Jewel UoUberv ��������� ,1  of-his' ovyn'    foice,1 GiffordV IIoi sc,  "A* very c\tr.u>ufimuy afiaii- is'ro-  dunng'llie    Miatabelo Rebellion,,   hr*.  . t... v.���������,��������� ,.. ���������. ,....^  -,..    ,.orted fiom Londoiv    ,if.woul'd'-ap- ,������ent out*one,night scouting    StcaU  ciallv pointed-fo'r'thw--purpose,, and peiu that .1' few days ago a-'well '"B MOftlv up the -side of-a kopje lie  which'boie the -name"-of i. The Hon ^diessorU stranger, called''nt'Messrs clime plump upon iu buily native  Charles'ruget." "I am stopping at .Stonoi's" the weH-knowi/Boricl street **entiy As-the^man's mouUt open-  tho Itcehciche'V     '     , -.    I jewelors',   and- commissioned-, tho  firm, ed to gnc the alaiin, quick^as. a./lash  "   "Thank* you*-vny much.  Su ,-  The ,to'forwaid a consignment'of   stones   the'Englishman janmicd his mvolver  messenger' shall' Wait on- you  at the -for Ins' wife's approval at tlie _ Hotel j' "      ' (DOWN IllS THJROAT  time you name"    '        .  , ��������� IjRei'heiche      Oil* thc"cleik airiving4at '   G-iflord' did     not dare to,flic    for  ? He liowerf* politely',' and* insisted' oil i*-'10 '*10'tel he* was" set upon by' two feai of giving, the alarm,' so vvith iliis  nccSmp'anymg'me'iiit'o the strc'ot' and j ������l0n'* aM diugged-^and, needless . tb "othei Jist'lielet' drive, nnd', "catching  holding open the flap of'tho h.ui'som Laclt]' *2������ *������und on' iecovciyfi thai his tlie moil between, the" c.ves, bt'ietched  wliilst I tool? my" scat in the1"'' ve- ['fsailants Iiad made good "their r cs^ (him senseless" J-J3uforc ho could' le-  "Mlucn1 pleased* \Vitlv> the* sue- cape' The" evtihoidmaiy sequel to covci he had gagged and'bound1 his  - ~ ' '-���������"    ylfte episode Jics 111 thu fact* that   tho enemy,  and' puisued hisi way 111  lncle*  , Chief of J^ohce'i McClaugluy,- of  Chic<igo,i had a >vvell-des'oi ved ,reputa.-  tion foi cxtiaoidinaryj coolnessi ami  quickness' in timo of danger. At one  time, when ho was chief win cor at  .Joliet titatO'1'oiiilciitiiuy. her was  (bitting., rilono /in Ins ofllco.whon n,  slight .sound1 behind -bun mado him  tin n v A-������ dangerous convict" was  cieepnig upon- him aimed with an  '11011 bai ./'Don't you move'" lnsstd  the'ciim-uml, "J'jnfgoing to*gct)out  if l"hiive-to kill vou 1"  "Oh," said jVfcOliiugliry, "I thought  it  was. to-inoi row you'weie going,"  The'man' looked' at  him-111 isCupid.  .unn/onicnti'    ' '  >' "Yes," said l the waidei,.' didn't  you'know? A pai.don came for you  to-day in considei ation of youi good'  conduct ' yoiuUiiv go^now1,- li suppose, il'you. want to. You'd (like to  see' tlie papcis They'10 ln^hcic, 1  b'eliev'e "       <   ' ���������  Jfe" opened a-, drawer as ho-spoko,  .ind-in half msecond' the cowefl convict was looking, down thoihaiiel of  a-hcixvy levolvei'     ' < \     <  ,     a  ,-���������j������l_., ' ,  ;  NO' SOUND   OK' IXASH'.  Sil-  "if "you''niii-C a' vvyei"ry'Ncrp'olcon o'  dobplicrfv ' 'Pdir-ray1 sivvy,������ lt-'s'^ a  pleasine-'to" commit;-a1- fcllerny '_v������it!h  a'  bloke like* you"1,? and1 no  misCak-e "  the;errand-111 question-.vvas also_com- 'ingtori's" ScoV^s  were galloping back  missioned  to  proceed  afterwards   to ^to tlienv.column,hotly  puisuod'by a  another hotel,*,wliore,ho vvas^ to show -much supenbr force ofBocis      Sud-  sohio paste goods to another    possi-  denly tliry came upon  a stiff     fence  V'llus'h'"  I said*> qtnclily? "reriT^m-"!'lJo* customei, but- o'vmg-to the fact   ofbaibod wire     They had no     wne  ber, the 'game'* lS'inot"- ended yet,,'arid<|that   ;he    was sufleuiig fiom severe\cuttei   among    them,    eo"  turned at  one false' ' stroke mav bung'  every- neuralgia, and sleeplessness lie   made-, right angles, *and galloped* along    it  thing* to*}ruin-"  itave you   tlfe chlo- a" lucky mistake .and displayed"   ,tho.looking /- for    an opening"    Insteadj  rofoim ready'>"j -'   'v     ������ j"     '    *"-'  sharrt stones" to'the-thieves, .the gen- tliey found another .fence 1 unnilig ,, afJ  '"Ere it  is,'d'Jhe replied .with    ,a iumc_ articles Aheing  securely     placed, nghtd-uiglcs to the first' They were  chuckle'? producing' a, phial fiom    his''in his' breast pocket ,  Thus has    it ^hopelessly  ^trappe'd    V'.A   , >ioopor;  'pocket'' H      '   r,'J'    r*       u    '  '    come ' about   ^that    Messis.i.Stonor--named     Vi aser, _ suddenly, extricated  ** 'And'the bag'for --"the,stones?"' VI J'a*-e been preserved fiom a loss dof  himself,fioinTthe throngd' Ho , pulled  asVcd'        '"   >- .' some ������20,000"," tt-.*x-# ������_ *"*   <'alius feet   fiom   ^lns stirrups, rammed  Tt's i"n--thc sittiri'-room /   Hevcry-     Basting st'aicd at me with a cur 1-'home-his    spurs,-, , and^went ^at the  ous: e-v.pression in his ej'es   - ' ' fence ^as hard! as he could pelt    JThe  1 ."Guv'noi,", he muttcied, 'T~should  shock was feaiful - jTh'e;horse     was  like'to, have that cluik.all-.to     my-   killed on"the spot, the.rman     hmled  Hevcry-  thin's'aa^nght Jas a trivet1/"guv'nqi,  and if^the job -fa.lls_tlirough it'Won't  be'along'of any want o' forethought  on  the part of yuies truly "' >*i  'CTood'" T cued; "and.now tlicre is  nothing tb be done but"'to await'the  anival  of Jressrs   Stonoi's man"  * .1       ������     ���������*"#     '"*,-- "*������������������      ������     * -* >  At a.cpiattcr past-Jive a.waiter en-  tered'an 1/infoimod me that .the lew-  clei's' assistant was,below -?       1     >  'Show-  him  up," I replied,.smart-  ]y'      d"  d    M v - >- '���������" ";  The man bowed.and ictired    A  meuti lat'eiy a rtnll,  pale-fa'ed  made his 'appeal ance, bearing a pai  i eel* in Ins 'aims    ( *;  - "Good    aftei.'noon  softly  foi ^v ou  lV",0Ii  self'for abaht'two minutes "  i  ,"So should,!," I answered  And then''vve let the'matter'drop,  for,  indeed,  it was too painful  further 'comment   v��������� 'Lonclon'  Bits "j    >',<'*-,   ^    i. ,    y  ~ -. ,\        !   .- ' .1 ( ���������  .- '        '.��������� r*������ :���������.  ^TEW^EIPLE RANGE.  many yards over its head^.   But the  wnes were'snapped, "and the othcis-,  Riding ^through the gap,  picked     up  for  the insensible .body of their comrade  Tit-. and escaped   .,    1-        ���������-,. v  vBy just ^uchjquick'thduftht a keeper in a Hamburg mcnagei ie 'saved a  Coimade's life which was apparently  beyond    all     human   -"aid    -A  full-  eceiitly borifuiost success-"-bai s * "There vva^s'only one spectatoi  1 unented .with at, Aldei shot ; ot thc'ysccne,   'and ''he ^was unaimed'-  ������ ,tn ���������,u ���������** rim,     , .^ ��������� m���������-,j���������i    - ���������-.,  .Jlo-e who hav e^ cond acted the tuald But\quitii-'vvit'-providedyhini*"-with '.a  ^tan\,i-.r,nW T ^ *?��������� ������   ^\^, i-"������e lUius.astii. ov ei  the .esulls. and  weapon bettci   than "hot    irons     01  ���������tho I^  nC,'s     P0"r .?cte,  "4  nnicel'^if  lL l<5 I������������6aWo, that at all    suiUblc'.i.fles     A shaxp hiss*pierced the still-  tnc tilings    .uri.i.ten  l.e  paicel,   *f>miUUry  dcpots <lhc new'Wety nfle  ness,  just'tlie souiid that the   gieat  J have biong*ht some stores-,,,���������._t���������c -  u-'tmspection f i   "~Y.'*"! f u      *  ,1.1111     pve-s," I evclaiiiicd.i   my  ��������� , ,  For'PracticY'jus^Established atf. srown tiger,had suddenly tun.ed up-  p1_-K   v Aldershot , 1 on the cleaner who had enteied- its*  -     ..jj   *t **a * 1 *   y    .    <���������    ^       *    i    [cage \ It. was between him ana   the  yo       ' t An. English papel   de<=cnbes,a lillc  dooi, cieepmg slowly upon hiuiSwith'  ijngti of bin 30 yaids in length!ard  stealthy 1 steps, 'and -"yellow*   glow-  *,iV- ^   .  Ilillovvirig of refect -iniclice with the eyes * /The- man; paialyzcd witlvtci-  l*c saic ,1 .nnly service     11 lie',and  ammunition  rorv,  stood motionless  against      tlio  me stores-.,    A*.   . -/ ..'.., . .!    -...-���������.    .   .    ���������_      -* ������������������ *   ���������* ������  Prench  Officer's Invention: for  ' ent  Aitillory. a  :    r < / *  , Col llumbeit, w rienclrofiicei, le-  cently bi ought' out an ingenious invention'which, it-'is asserted,j Will  entirely abolish! sound; Hash', and  smoke when a' gum is'fuCil, but ���������I'm  its present?sthge'tlio nuentioii'woulcl  ai>paioiitlv'ftiaUe ai field Tjunla" 1 athor  unwieldy iriaclimo    * ���������  '��������� The'inventio'n consists-'of a long  tube scicwed to the- niuLile of the  gun 1 The iiisndo*of the tubo is titled  with a scries of ������hoi t,rsteel cylinders'  One end of these cylindcis. is . ijinto  open", and the othei closed',-hut with  "a hole in0-i|tWe--centic slightly liugci  "than llie boie of the u.un , The cylin-  deis aie placed 111 the tube till it is  quite full r Then a scievv plug is inserter.'4 and all aie pn-ssed'into, close  contact.  , , i,r.    ;       U '  ,, The tube is thus dividedi into sa  sene.s of cuiM.Jl< com pai tm en ts ' conr-  municating with "the boie-of the'gun  and witbi each, othei l)y small holes  at then bases The itsult is������that  the volume of sound and. tlie flash 01  the, dischaige aie'broken up "As  sooivas the shot cleats theJ m.uii/.le  the'gas nislies to tlie* lust compartment, , vvhete it is letained until the  'base projectile is cleai of ?the cn-  tra!nce to the second cylinder, when  it immediately follows it , This process is repeated 7 from one compartment after another,,,vvith the result  thal/the gas _ has giadually. more  an* moie 10041- for-.expansion, and  when the projectile Una lly leaves the  tube1 the gi eater poition of gas has  been-collected in a< reduced state ol  compress-ion "in. tho tube/ from*,which  it finally escapes .without flashy 01  sSund -       r''       * '    .       ' ~        '<  KING, ALFRED UP Tp"DATE.!  PERSONAL TIT-BITS..  J       '   1  Prominent ���������Actors . on> the Boards  i" af Life's   Theatre  '' ThorAusti'ian.Empcroi is known to  be a-man^of/the simplest'tastes, and  yet is saul'to spend,$2o0,000'a year  on the_palacc tables.^ The daily cost  ofr fmlushing the Imperial table is  fiom $200 to'$230 , while-a fatate  dinner, Willi fiom fifty to a bundled  guests, costs*from ������2^000 to ������3,000  Sir William lTaicourt takes very  gieat euro in piepaiing'liis speeches.  Om somot occasions die wiitcs /them-  but fiom beginning to ond, and  ofteni comnntsvlarge* parrs of them  to mcmoiy Ho;)iua.,daclatcd.. that  in-doing'so hoiis-simply^following in  th<" footsteps- of.many a'great'oia-  tor -     *  ' Sfiss Minnie Sohcnck; of^'Villiams-  poit, who is dcclaied to bo-one of  the beat, wdiiion^ 1 lllcishots in* the  world,-1 has just established., a rccoid  of1 twenty*, consecutive) bulKs-eyes- at  200 j aids. Miss, Schcnck,,.vvho uses  a1 :'2-calibro 1 idc, isi a ten 01 to  spairows- Ouu of fifty-six shotSrSlic  duf not miss'once, using a 22-culibic  ii fie   ''  The' shortest speech, ever deliveicd  byj the King wasun'1S73, when, as  lJnnco of1 Mrhles> lie visited' Plymouth The Corporation presented  imaddicss- wh'ichi was3 not icad, and  the'I}i ince,* in'icply," said-. "Gentlemen, I, tliunkd you' very much for  your'kindness " The audience-waited fbrr-moic, but IIis-Royal Highness  had lniisllcil-    , " <  jMadaino Adelnia Patti haa won-  iler fully youtliful eyes, and thus, accounts 101'then proervation. ' "L  novel rlend' at night," she says, "if  I can help it 1 bathe my eyes in  hot" and cold watei, as feels-best I  novel icad af twilight I sleep fully  nine horns, or moie if I need it 'I  eat lightly many tTmcs a day- I  keep my ' eyes freo by not making,  .them luetl. That. iV all."  1 an .John Burns tells a good story  .about one of his. visits paid lc-  ccntly to a London County Council'  lunatic asylum _ Ue_ was tajkihg a  shortcut acioss the kitchen garden  ,to the railway ^station, when t a  patient( working ' there, sudde'nly������  Hung up' Ins hands in astonishment"  "Well, I never,",he said, "and^ou,,  too���������the voiy last, pet son I ever expected .to see In hetc-,1"  1 It isi rather- remarkable that 4ov cry  baronet of the .House "of fflnightley;  hW,eithcr been a clergyman, 01 the  son* of a cleigyman .The fust baronet .(created in 1798) was a, parson  and ywas sucreeded by the son of "< a  cloucal   brother    The   third   baronet I  8T0BI_8; B BBPHBIl  RUNAWA",'-  tLdTOHES-- 01". PEO- , *  r       PLE  0������ &OYAL BLQ0D.     '       '  There Is-An-Uniailing Eascination $  ia. These   Stories of ,  Elopements.^ ,  Almost a. (juarter of a century ago,r  if-  any lynx-eyed watcher 1  had sta.1  tioned lnmiolf at,aucon\cn>cntjpoint~''  of .obscr.vaiion  near* a,certain r largo      ,  house, at Knghicn., a suburb^of Paris,  he imght have seon atiaeadcof-nigjit j  a window   stealthily open,  a,slight...  liooJed -  iigure    emerge; from it and 1 ,  cautiously descend. a laitder, at^  tha /  foot of*  which* a,.dark. ma������������ly figurp*  was- vvaitmg-to- take the; descending  maiden m Jus aims.   A* few> momenta  lAter-thori unaway- couple vvere^bcjng;  whisked away to  the-altar and'happiness '  ������ But he-would     havo������ been- a-'  very'     <  kecn-ooservcrj     vvho^could^have-   r<*-  cogm/cd      111 the  lady of the. ladder    . '  Uic-ErincesVlsalSuHa of jSpain. groat-  aunt of the boyymonarch of (.our ."day,  and      in  her  attendants"   ajuiren tho  Count    Grirowski,  }* thpi handsome������|tf ���������  and most daring man.    off his,-time.'  But runaway,     matclies; do. not*  , al-  wajsj spell happjiie������a, and Uns-union,  so  romantically      begtin,  ondedr    in  disaster: and deseition.witlun-.aj. few  yerusj, and fifteen j'cors^ago,th&.gai-   ���������  larit- Counp. died,  leaving, his! neglected, wne dependent/- oiv the chanty; of '  iclatiyes  vvho> sepi tied- her "       '  JClopementr   aseeinB>   toi   l.un. m^tho  royal blood ofSjiain, fon-1>ha.   Erin-^   <���������  ce"-fa      Isabella's b'sistci,   J'osophin'ed  oJope"d from a. paJai������.in*MadridJ and  tr.om'-uiKler the' watchful>ayo- ofr   her  mother;  with, .1 ^man, ofi low  oxti action.   Her  lover- Began, his oarecr- as  a Hsu-ana  j'ouinalii.t.,   and" his     first  adventure 111      the, domain of  Cupid   -.  was as suitor-     for the hand  of- fibo,' /  daughter of a, o " ,      T.  WEALTHY^ LOCAL, PiiANTlEIt^'  But- the plo'nter   -- had, mQ.ro, exd.l.tqfd ���������*   '  views for- his daughter, than, to.r(.seo 1    ,  her the wjfe of, an ijnpecuni.o,uB���������' afid-ri<*  obscure penman,, and lju. order,etI hlxn,1''  ofi  his estate  with     vjoi.ds Qf1 scorn      .  and" threats of a. hoise-iwhipDA9g,',lat-|  tie knowing- that. the. man he.oe9p.ise5  would'    soma d.vv successfully aspire.'  to+tflhe hand Qf r.   Royal ^iincess''*  Then 'Senoi  I^cnte,  ior,this w-ast the *-  qontemnetl. lo.vei;'s name,  c.u-i icd   his;'  fascmationsto Spain, where he'iiiado'"  a'nainCj,   as" a. poet, and where     his *  fulsome,     verses ,won     favor, at the  Spaniih Cotut    Th(^ Prun,cpss   -Jose-' '  phine fell'under,,the sycll of his flat-'  tery. and tins new  romance ended 'in ',  an clopenieiit "and a s>eci %t wedding *"  But  the    fPrmcess   Josephine was  r,,   I-  2?rXi\  "���������"I  /*  "j-  . <?r.*"������'  ���������>.-  Paris  Eaker     Sleeps While  Cakes Burn        ���������**  'His  (liTcrt'hia'attentioii 111 some"manner  or^ other      And now if there is  any  i    weak apot in the scheme winch   "you  llave noticed, let me know "       ".  '     , '"Ow are yo-u goin' to dispose"   of  tlio stufT?'? he asked, as he eved   me  narrowly      i  ,."Nothing "will he icnsicr -Our  friend Groby, at" Amsterdam, , will  discount tiie stones foi us, after deducting his rental infinitesimal pio-  fit of ,400 pei  cent " 1  '^Basting smiled appiovmgl>  "You've got1" a good 'cad on you,  gufv'nor and no mistake," he muttered,'"but there's jus' one "other  thing I should like to mention What  part do I play ni^this 'ere tiagedy in  ������_ act? I ain't,got to tog meself  ,    "P a*������ your missus, 'ave I������"  "Oertivinly not,"  I replied,   laugh-  in* at the'idea of the buily    fellow  attired as a woman, "you will   snn-  , fly figure as my man-servant >   when  the jewclcv 's assistant arrives     The  signal  for putting hun to sleep  will  be the words      'Is"  not    this stone  * badly set"'    You unaei stand'"    "  ' In couise T do     Ducctly \ou liut-  ters them words the bloke'11 turn to  c\anlmc the'Stone   and then I pops  up behind 'nn and does the tncl- "  "Exactly."  We spent .a finthgi half horn in discussing several mmoi details and  when we parted 101 the night all was  )n train for the execution of lhe  hcheme, which pi oimscd to bo tlie  liost profitable that we bad ever initial taken    .  A week latc-i I diove up to tlie Hotel- Recherche in a hansom, accompanied by some baggage in the Miapc  of a fiunk containing a l.uge consignment of stones, a poi tmanlcau  whciem there loposed a few noces-  tai'ics of tie toilet and lastly mv  faithful associate, Ted Basting, who,  guibed in black, icpicsentecl a valet  to    the   life Assuming    what is  known as a. "loidly" niannoi, I engaged n couple of sleeping apai t-  monts for Basting and mvselt, to-  {jotliei with an elegant sitling-room  redjoining The suile m question  foimcd one of the most cvpensrve m  the hotel, but that ilottul did not  trouble mo at all, seeing that I did  not contony-iUtc waiting foi the pic-  Gcntntion oF the bill  Wo lunched in tho gieat hosteliv,  my chum, .if couise, taking his mcil  at llio sctvanls table, and ducctly  ,the elabouito lefcctlon was concluded, I attnod mysel", In a goi genus  frorU-coat eund ollk hat, and liatllng  a hansom vvliiaH was passing the  .Jjotttl, wiia diiven liipidly to Bond  ���������treat.  Hessis Stonor ami .Scuin' cstivl?-  lirJunonii vvas a hiigo double-fronted  filKifl containing Jnoic wcaltii in tho  ebupe of precious stones limn any  ���������iher half dozej-i places ot the kind  In I3ngUuitlA CuuJ Wifl urms of Koyitlty  ^T^SvwI silently Whilst'he was U^ ^lU *>tt-sioi,tly installed"- No pyUion of the Indian jungle ..makes  'imtunii' *'tiiii ctim.r Tintiino     -voiii-n/i  t(l1 ������-i?     used, and the shooting -   is , vviieiv  ,' ,  Itho^omK,^ the open air    The   'pone-     COfLED READY TO STRH1F  with some nruginaiy woik in oidei |<r,ltl%e P������wei oi the Lee-J nficld rifle j The tigei heard it, and its -body  to" account foi his piesencc ' Di- [when,loaded with sei vice ammunition^ quivered, and seemed to glow Mnal-  lcctly .tic pater had been remove 1 i'las kiUieito lendeied" it impossible" ler Another hiss, and the savage  fiom thp jewel case,' and, the Vbttei- to Kup icciuits that piactical * ex- biute sank down coweiing-"upon tlie  ing contents' displaced to'my view, !l eijence of filing " so iicc-esl-aiy " to^oor of its cage, and tlibuglit'.no  I took out .a tiny diamond biooch stent mess* and "��������� good maiksmanship'more 01 tilie ternlied man, vvno lost  and held it up to "the light ,        vvitho'it  jouineying     to   the"neaicst  no time-in escaping - ,  "Ci"��������� look hetc,"   f aiK', addre^t-,-, n'lo butts, entailing loss 01 time and I   It may    be    remembeied that    the  pense ���������-^The ' new range,, rhowevcr, J transpoit    Raptdan was  101 ced  - overcomes,   the difficulty    The filing lne.to leturn    to Bitkenheud t .aftei  s a   'sort of hot '"tunnel"    0111 sttu ting with troops and hoises foi  South^Afnca     That the whole   \es-  all  not  tu,des sli������,*htlv   ' towarfs the tnigel ll*������t is due to the piesencc of mind  bev ond tlie other    end  of  the  "tun- | aiid magnificent com jl^ oi one man  ,-goort',.ourd;cscapp to ,the 'Continent' ing tthe -vouth.^' just cxanuro tins cxpens  *7 Or, ..ratheif,* I shall lcaveto you the brooch " / ,1s. iio"t '.the stone badl.v' o.ercc  *J.ask of drugging oui friend whilst I  set''"      -   & , .    ' end.'is  He was all attcntion^in a"-moment, Ilegs. Tbe maiksnian is compelled toy  and Basting, having overheatd the'stand well within it in order *lo lest **el. ber cargo, und the lives, of  nieconceited signal," Crept up behind M*is elbows His nfle muzzle rro-lhci ciew and pas&engcrs, weie  linn, picssetf a ihloiofoimed 'hand-^  kci Chief    to     his nose,   and  diagged  him to tlie ground .  The \01tng man  ni.1  1 the foji sides of which how-j'*he fire lirst bioke out among some  stiuggled hclplesslv for a������few scc-|evci, check the rifle fiom being turn- | stores near the engine loom, and bc-  onds, and then vvith a heavy'sigh be- ed too fai either Jo left 01 light, ,foie au> thing could be done a couple  came unconscious    ," .   * [top  or bottom    Some distance fiom t������l     great   drums    of , puiafiin  ���������Without a moment's dclav I grab- 1 the    "tunnel"     i= a wooden' shield, 1 buist,  enveloping  the  whole  bed the stones and placed them    in | lightly    bacted  h.v     tin  or  shingle,  the small bag, *f then told Basting-'ard having an  open ."doorway "'No  to quit the hotel and meet mc   out-;shot (an    <bc fired'  fiom the tanner  side Cluuing  Cioss Station, as    thejUiat does not go thiough the. "dooi-!  Mght of    mj,    supposed valet accompanying me    into the   street    might  ,ioe-f     m  the shield     Be*  cieate suspicion     He obeyed with   a ' a,,alll aIO ���������1I]ff dhields to'stop shots  gun   aniktcn minutes later we  both  ,i'rotheting    from     the    ' dooiwav"  stood upon the plat'oim of the   big SI't;0=i> rncf     othel   si���������eids, near     the  had  engine  loom 111 a  loaung -sheet    of flame  Hose could.not bo brought to  beat,  and the ship's doom appcuiod to be  sealed    1    '   -  ~  ������m- wav" town',ds the terget 01 "embeds I    Suddenly    the   beat of tho^islons  3htiIt.0'f     m  the shield     Bev ond     this ' ccaS������1' f a ���������-"������>������������ sound of    e-v-  capmg steam was heard Hushing  about 111 the furnace beneath, the  thief ,cii-*mcei had hrsl stopped    the  tei minus    aw aitin-g the boat ^piess | target,     crsui e absolute s-afety    to-  waids  the ������idcs  1 Kinety fe������*t     fiom  an  to  Folkestone      Ai irved  at the la.t-1  tei port wo .journeyed to Boulogne, itho , ,���������c thc ^.^t ��������� biuJved bv  and next morning caught the fhst- ln,rcnelrAb1(. wnn No bullet can go  tiam to the Dutch capita All had1,,^,. (hc lo of Ul(; t L as ���������  vvo.kcd thus fai with the utmost;lnl)Jct, lh.lt go clean through the  snrootliness. .Ind no scheme in v.Mcli ,b, lf, ������doolwrlv.. lnust sbrikc 'the  Ihadtakcnpaitliadevci  occasioned ;ta -       ,       d    n  'miiscmnt "-        *       '������  much  be     mterceptwl by the shield      Tno  ^rnneaklasteddvt the i.ulwav ho4taiAct bean .1 "bull"*-of about half jmlto or m?l0 ot f, outage along thc  tei in AnisleiNJom and then set o.iti"nnlnc.h' "nd " S^lf l������ T S llicl) !������������= ' lt,would have"boei. doath to  10I GiobY's'den, situated in t! a^ast! bulUnt ..00 vai^s Tt can be varied | puU up 1( ^6,1 equally fatal to  end or thecitv (Jiobv, tUai.-*!.4 .o������-lto ,s"ie othor "J'stances as the nOo ,��������� occed The dnvci piled 0,1 steam  sossed of an English name had liCeJ ,blKhlt )s conectcd accordn.gjv The \ tl���������d 1)cw thiough tlio. binning buMi  so Ion--? in Holland that be spoke |SIeat advantages of the new -innge ftt eXpiess speed The ciinages  0111     tongue    like  a  foieignei,     and   aic     lf-'5 Perfect safety,  its modeiato   W(.,0  hhstcied and clinned,  the pns-  rost   and tlie immense value it is to  sengcis scoichcd and scioammg  vviLh  engines, and then turned on alW l lie  i-bteam cocks and drains So quick  vv.is he that he escaped without being 1 sevui cly burnt The hatches  weie closed down, and tiie (11 c was  put out almost as rapidly as it had  begun, "'  A timn wah     caught in a sudden,  furious     forest     lite,      Tlie   llamcs  ^driven by a heavy gale,  coveted     a  when vve entcied bis 'office" he  gieute.I us with a very am.uing accent  ' Mi' gutc morning, /lieullemcn,"  he said, smiling ".And vat brings  ���������you lieie dis fine morning**"  ' liii'-incss, as usual, JMi Gioby," T  icplicd, as I took the gie.isy hand  wIiilIi he extended to mc, "mv fncnd  and 1 have engaged iu the diamond  tiado of late, and we have bi ought  vou some veiv excellent stonev "  - ' Hu, ha' dat was goot ��������� \erv  goot.' (licit Gioby, nibbing his  hards "You know me, 7henllemen  You know that I give de best pnec  in Holland foi  good tings "  "Well, l.ete is j,oi.i oppoi ttinity to  be genelous," 1 leturned, as I opened  the bog and diew forth the big collection of "annexed" jewels "Look  at these "  Gioby eyed the stones foi a few  minutes narrowly Then he buist  111(0 a hoaisc, iirltating laugh  "Vat do you call dose?" ho asked,  slowly       1  "f call them diamond*?, itibius, and  opals" I answcied "What do you  c.ilt them?"  ' Paste, my goot sir ��������� paste, and  noting moie "  "1'astcl" T tlmndoicd, as I turned  sick witii appieliension, while Basking eyed tlio met chant as though he  contemplated designs' upon liis* life  "Pastel Aio you JokingT'  1 "My goot fellow, I nevori choke m  bilnesa      All dlo stuff is a goot 1^*1-  reei nils vvho accustom themselves to  lhe weight, hang, pull, lcpoit, nod  kick of the 01 dniary rifle and the  ordinary ammunition befoie being  taken to the butts        ���������  COMPARISONS.  ' It ib a solemn thing," said tho  voung man, "when a woman tiusts  a man  vvith her affections."  "It ain't as solemn," said ti.e man  wiih "the pink necktie, "as when  she won't tiust him"*with his own  wages "  Offcei's Wne (fondly) ��������� "Do you  remember, John, how you used of  an evening to hold my hand ��������� 'my  sweet" little loseleaf you used to call  it, you funny boy ��������� for hours and  liouis*) How silly, silly my old boy  uskhI to bo!" Old Boy (giumprly) ���������  "Nonsense, Jane, don't bo stupid. I  wa.s alwavs pi actic.il and businesslike T did that just to keep you  Iiom the piano "  "But see heie, my dear .sn, you  ccit'amly ought to sue this grastnng  milioad monopoly for something  Weren't you Inuf" ' No " "Got a  shock, didn't you" "Yes " "J  have it' Sue 'cm bocaasc the shock  turned jour hair grey" "Hut I'm  bald " "Eh'" Well, then, sue 'em  because your hair would ha*.e Uun-  ad grey if you had had any-/"-  lenoi       Out not  a single life     was  lost.  A story of how a man saved Ins  own life by lightiiuig-liko lapidity of  thought comes fiom file gold leg'ion  of Alaska. A postman vvas tiaveling  soulhwaids last summer with valuable lettcis Ho met n. travelci lost  nnd slaiving, fed |nm, anrl took him  on vvrlh hijn That night be was*  avCakenod fiom sleep by 11 'cmljlc  blow upon the bond Luckily l)i<?  heavy fm tap saved his Iijc* Ilo  spiQiJg up and saw the othei standing over him vvilh .111 o.\e The  won Ill-be miirdoiei hesitated nu instant Jt was not-so easy to kill  a man awake and on his guind, Jn  that second _       '  A  IUULLTANT J DBA  came to the postman  "Poor fellow1" he said, pityingly  "He must have gone mad fiom cold  and hungci "  The othei diopped the axe He was  glad to be so well out of it For thc  lest of the night tlio postman watched, and all next day kept the mad  man well in front of him The latter acted the pai t to perfection, and  quito imagined that his companion  bolievcd him ically insane, He was  grievously suipilsed when, on then  atuval at the noxt foit, hisy intended  victim handed him over to tho officer in cliargo of the mounted police  He is now enjoying a foui tecu-ycar  sentence.  - A,baker, whose shop tis in the.Rue  Montaigne, Pans, ���������>��������� tued to "commit  j,uicide a6few mornings ago .undci  somewhat "unusual, ciicumsLmcos  The man, snfleied"- fiom,a seuous  diavvb.y.k foi a baker ^ He* found j.it  lmrostriblc to ikeop awakcfat night,  and it thus fiequcntly .happened I hat  while he do/cd oti to sleep his biead  was1 binned lo a cindei ' Thc icei.ilt  swas that, his customeis, not liking  then  In cad, began to leave him     5  I'is wife,1"-who,* it would secmT is  liv^no-mea'1'3 posscsvseir ot.'an amiable tempeir^-'and-who'hiul lo meet  evety complaint against hci "husband  cieated a scene eveiy morning, -and  she told bun .that the no\t time he  loll asleep and burned his biead she.  would leave him*, and getv'a divoico  This threat pro'duced a deep" *im-  prc&eiou on hei husband's mind, and  he leso'ted to various devices to  keep himself awake But m vain ,  an hom latei he vvas snoiing , He  woke up at foui o'clock in thc morning toifind hib biead,burned to a  cinder The' unlortunale^bakci was  111 despair,������iui<l, dicading'the meeting  with his/WifcJic lushed^out of his  shop and, thi ow himself into* the icy-  told watei " oi tho~Scine lTappily  lie was seon by a* policeman, why  succeeded 111 lcscuing lum in a half-  diowned condition He was sent to  the hospital Hisi wife "visited the  hospital in gieat disltess, and iead-  lly piotniscd to foigivc hun once  moie '  HE VANISHED  * "Oh," George, deal,'I have ,1 little  favor J'd like to ask,you befoie you  go to town this morning,*" said Wis  Jool.s the othei  morning  ' Well, what 'is it>"  "I wish >ou would just help Liwie  to move the piano out of the sittmg(  room and get down those big bookcases And 1 want the touch' cai-  ned out of thc 100111 into the yaid,  vvheic it can bo thoioughly (lusted  And then u you'll just lend a hand  in getting Die Caipet on tlie line, and  help Susan beat it, and take down  those laige pictuies ou the sitting-  100111 wall and cany them out, so  that all the dust tan  be brushed oil  the back, and     Well, if he hasn't  gone1 That's just like n man' Ask  hun to do any little thing about  the hou<-c and he flics oil as if a mad  bull weie altei linn' 1 ncvei saw  anything like it1"  SHE NEEDED U'  An oKl coJon*.'J woman who hnd  saved up a little monov ucni to hci  lawvei 10 con'-ull with him about investing it piopoily I.hen s)iu was  asked what inteiest she e������\|CUed,  she answpiod 111 a voiy sine and emphatic I11UI1I1QI  ' Twelve pei  tent , Mi    Jodge "  When (he attorney e.xpiessed some  cm pi isc, she explained .hei position  thus  ��������� Well, jeilgo, I am'L got mutn  ninnoy, an' yo' see I Jias tei gil a  big pei  iciit   tti  make up,"  ��������������������������� . 1  OVERHEAR.I)  IN 'TUIC .J UxVGLJ'j  'Aio you avvaii1," asked  tlie lcnin-  cd monkey    of   tlie elephant    "that,  u( cording lo the Latin, you have an  impediment 111 youi  speech"  ''jrovv so/" asked tho elephant, as  bo deftly mashed a fly with his light  eai *  "hi Latin impedimenta means baggage, and you have a lunik���������"  "J wish���������" began tlie elephant,, as  he 1 cached with delciurination for a  convenient sapling. But thc monkov  was alicady in the top of a high  tico  Employi'i ��������� "Veil, 'what did ho  say when you tailed foi that  money''-" Clerk ��������� "That bo would  bio.tk every bone In my body and  throw mo out of the window if I  showed my face iheic again" Employer ��������� "Then go bark at once nnd  loll him ho cnu't 'lighten me with  his violcticol''  the fourth, was,not the. last   of   the  royal  lad.ies  of.  rector .of Pics- Spain-   who ,100k    her matrimonial  destiny in her ovvn-hand    She had!a -  succQssoi ',a\\<X a rival in very recent  jea.i&* in   the  Princess "pivira,      who,-jf-  Conceived a" Patron    fpr an     ar.t's.Sw,  whoj stole her heart in Rpmo " (andri  thi**" gallant wielder of the brual( rrin  away with  Ins  lojal  lady-love,      in "  spite of the  tin eats antl_ frowns^.,   of  hcrraiigust relatives at the Courts of  Spain and Austria*  v.'1'he royal family of. Bavaua is no^  whit behind      that ot Spain in t    itsd,  love of romantic weddings,  as    v\as \  pioved a veiy short time ago,  when"  another Puneess  Elvua  fell  in  lave"  with an impovcrislied but handsome  count,    .and,.,.'turning '-'her back-on  palaces,  ian avvay, with him   -,SIore"  foitunate,, hovve-ver,   than   some      of  her  predeceasoi's,  she was clever'enough to  win later the sanction'    oi ,  her family1 to  hei   iinai thedo-K   smar-*.'  rrage   -  ,. _���������       - *    (���������-' ( - i    .-  "liut^tlie "champion of "roval *elopers  was the Pi mcess Amelio Jof Bavaiia',  who experienced tho delights of * at  least ���������'three elopements. This good  ladv's life, however, vvas maiked by  such vagal ics  that ,  A MI^IilB ELOPEiIE>"T ,    - .,,  may be regarded as quite a conunon-  plvice  thing  111* it    On   ihei oc-easion,  it is  and,  of a perfounan.ee atr.the  Cilurf Theatre she inade"her way to1  tho stage  and,   to  tlie consternation -  or the Coin t a'u* the cigwiled .house,- -  while.  was a vicai, iwhile  for "sixty-two 1 vears  ton , Capes    lhe present  baronet    is  thc son  of a - cleigyman,"' * and thc  heir- is the "Rev   IT   F "Kaightley.  1 Madame'Noidica,'the opera'singer,1  was ,vei y anxious to leain boxing  Her mouieal advis'oi, however, pointed out that an accidental'.blow '���������on  thc> netk, or 'thest, 'even' with soft  gloves, might vvi ock 'her v ocal ca-  leer ,.'As a compiomise sho took to'  the ungentle art of punching a bag,  and 'spends an hom or 'two at this  lualtliy e.vacisc eveiy moining She  says ' bag-punching" as a<- means of  banishing adipose tissue is the finest  tiling,ih tlie woi Id     ' ''  ,Lonilone'is aie laughing over a  stoiy'in whuh Loul Robeits is- a  conti al figui e It contei 11s a pro-  minonl man of great physical ' pi o-  poilions ,,vvho,-' on being'intioduced  lo Lord Robeits, shaded his eyes in(  a' .would-betfutiny attempt -to. simulate diflicultv.'in seeing the small person of "the JDail and lemarkcd  ' Ah,*J-o.d Robeits, delighted * I  have frequently heaid 01 you, but  1 have nevei scon you befoie " To  which his loidsjhin, calmly lephcd ���������*  "And I liave fieiiuciHIy seen ,. you,  but'I hive never heaid of jou befoie "  I'hcic is no other person in^ England who holds such an lntciostiiig  office    as      the - Rev.   IT      Sinclair,)  Biooke, "M A , - vital   01 iPembuiy,   in t .      .   , , ,  Kent, who minis thc somewhat ,e-lim,w"id,lon ^ncing a,pas seul  sponsible 'post of captain of>tho|on another qcoaMp.i sho wicportcd  local tiro biVa-dc .The bugade con- i������ haJ? y���������������**������* "-e performance  0 111 om thc insecure eminence of a seat  '-,-  *- y������*-lil  " (tl  -'   , -.!<I".:.tt|  ,1  I-" -V."l,ilVin|  ~A>xf4>$\  ;  " ���������",'^"i'>l,.!..r  L- 'v      ���������- ff<A' I  rT"      '} V, J ���������  ,u- ~V i1     .  >       -^fl*,lf^|  XrA'fi/^i  ' AA2f������i  ���������,   ,   *' ^vl  ' *    D*l 1  1 ,,Tv    j���������  *    *     X-*i, ' L  ', - A51  AM  ' 'tr    I  sists of^tcn men It is under the  conti ol of tlie parish council, v vvho,  when it wu*-i tounded some .little  time ago, asked *thc vicai to serve  as chief ofliccr * Mr - Brooke drills  Ins bi igade at regulai intervals,,and  they aie a smait body of men Al  piactite and at dies ho wears a (he-  man's unifoim ~ <  Queen Alexandta is stud ,to br so  Passionately fond of clocks that she  has some 000 of .them���������small large,  fancy, and plain���������at feaudi ingham  Cuiiously c'lough, these have alwavs  been ' kept lialf'.an hour fast to  humoi the King, though the custom  is s-ipposed to be handed down from  the famous Kail 1 01 Leicester The  finest collection in the woi Id is supposed to be at Buckingham Palace,  the numbei of clocks theie being  considerably .over 300, while Mail-  boiought JE-Iouse is believed to boast  a collection of some 400  Theie"aie verj. few people vvho  would lind.any enjoyment in journeying through the streets of London  dining a heavy fog, yet Madame  Modjcska has admitted that^she de-  livos considerable plensuio from  ndiiig thiough the stieots" of London  when the aluiosplicic piesents Oie  ajipcaiance 01 1 oa-sotip When in  London dunng loggv, weather sho  used MJo cult foi her cnniagc nnd  take a dilvo in order lo study th.*  vveii-d effects pioduied b> ghostly  liedeitiinns and vehicles .is they silently appenred and disuppcuied  thiough tlie sootv and sul|)liuiiu  London fog  Sir Ihncst Cnssel whose munificent gift of ?."00,000 to the King foi  a "Consumption Cuie" lust .ve.u  was  so  much  appreciated,  has,    like  . ~ii*|  ,, - v���������  on   Ihq balustrade of  the toyal  bot-  with hei  feet hanging ovei  the heads  or  the audience. -    1   ������  \notIiei- Punttss  of Bavaria   knot  -  many .vears  ago staitlcd Europe by *'  a ioma.ntic  and   v?iy  irregular  wedding,   Thc     Princess.   "Eli/abetb,     a   !  grand daughtej   01  tlie Austrian Ejn-  piess,  had  conceived a violent affection for a young lieutenant of good  family but of pooi position and pios-  pects    Eveiy   effoit  was  piade      by  her  family    to   cure her of her     in- ^  fatuntion,  but to  no  puipose,     and"  one morning it vvas discovered   that,  she and    her Jover     had    vanished,  leaving no  trace behind  thorp    Tliey  made     their way 111(0    the hcniL of 1  the Italian    Alps, and, were married  there by an obliging     nnd incurious  priest, with the great, silent hills as  witnesses     of thoir     nuptial*. *    Por1-  some time they travelled togeUjor ia  Italy, until through thc intervention  Qf the Empeior of Au&tua, always a  sympathizer with     youthful    lovers  thev  were  fotgjven  and  taken     into  fav or aguin.  NO WASTE JN FR/vNOE.  'Jheie is 1.0 better place to study  'iTicnch frugality than 111 the parks  and open squares 'of I'nns r.'o .to  one of tin* second-hand ftns held on'  the outer boulevards What ni other  tountiies would be caf>t aside as useless is here' exposed loi >ale, having  been eiuefuljy sorted ovti by rag-  1 ickers, whose .sole support is the  mbbish which you set,���������broken china,  bils of glass, pieces of atone, old  mills, old pots and pans*, old shoes,  old coiiibs and bi t.sbes Has l she  biokcn a cauccr ? Tor two tents she  lean leplace  them    Js hci   lock biok-  m.-niy othei p.onunenl millionaires, 1 ,l0] ,,ev Ios>t , Rel-old a thousand  made his way 111 the woild from f|om w,u*u to C,)0C)C(. , Thc poor  vc.y small beginnings He eoHi-LturJtnls n>>,v finrl lholI b,Jokhi moth.  mc-nced lne as a clcik in a big fm-jcis Ului c!)]ldien's shoes Each  and  was very poorlyl '  nnciiil house,  Iiaid When he went to the heads of  the firm for a iKc tho it-quest was  declined ITowevi'r, he >va������i pic-ionlcd  with on a"=i-"t of'the firm, winch had  been a bad debt that no" one had  been able to turn into anything of  value It was a striking instance of  his gieat obility that this very asset proved to be one of the main  loundations oi his foi tune Tor Sn  l'Jrnesl made it pay, and was thus  enabled soon aftciwaids to stall a  business on his own  accojnt  Widow ��������� "Do vou think min-'agc  is itwnys a failure'" Bt.lfinch ���������  "Alwavs a failure' Ylell, 'I should  say not Why, I know a ca-j wheic  a wife fanlv idolizes lie ��������� hu^hand,  and ho ��������� why, be can't k������ep away  from her a lninule " V.'ulow ��������� Bless-  me how long have the <Jeen mai-  ucd?" Bulfincli    ���������   "Nearly     a  wcek."-  icis    then  hoUi-e in l^nris 1s piovuicd bv tho  city with a lmge box Ir.to this the  seivants thiow all that is not needed by the family, whether of food  or laimenf HveFy "inoi rung tho chiffoniers or ragpickers rue puwlegoil  to search through these boxes before  the contents are curled by the city  to distant f.eldd, wheie tho refuse is  employed in fertilizing tho noil Horn  the homes of tnc wealthy the poor  reccivo many 111 Helps of ical value  Tiftv thousand ingpickcrs, say tlio  statistics. 'oalize 510,000 aaily  from their pickings  It is difficult to say who do you  thc most mischief, enemies vvith the  woist intention'i or frum-is vvith^the  best ���������Bulwer  llie one who will 2-c fO-".vd In trial  capable of gr/vnt acta of love is ovun  the one who Is always doing cojisid"  crate small ���������oneEj-Iiobertsn-Jj  / ���������-   -   [I  ff  o   ������h  ���������[_?_-_.������������    S'fco:_-rsr    C?c������_c������_-^o._t___l������������_a_. ' odBT - Sfi T&e    _E_Z<oo-ffir4������3S3_o.^r   'I_$OEo,������_L  offi������oo������e������ra^co'Ba������<wst>09c*>t^^������������������������&eQffi4?  GR'BL!NDF,QLDvQN the brink  -OF PRECIPICES'^5-**^* ,   ,"  liaui cl| '.li^Ulli; not thai f .ovw sii-������-  pi-etcd'any thing wiong, for then) was  no   sign     ������? spooning   in  Mil' confoi-  ,0111 cs  ��������� Well,, tile lust night   caiiu*  'L bad  ;������e30������������������������os3������e������sso3e5*^os������c������fflS'Oac������os*?_'ras'rro^ri?5  CIIAPI'KR X.  "Piofcssoi"       Monlgomeiy     -had i  ninny talos of a'wild jovtn which he  ���������was  fond  o'  levelling  lo      One day  he   told     rait- which  was of pttuliai f  interest to me i>    I  "Of ull tiie vagabond specs I evei J  laiuiclicd into, none evei In ought nie '  in so i*-*u(.h cash us thc mosmoi ism '  dodge." I  I ������tarUd at these ;,iui*ds, and fiom  ,tlint inomont became un cagei anil  attentive listener.', ,  (subject,   fiom a cei linn simihinly  in,  llio   coioi    of   tho ban   and eves    toluol   Iheio      In  5 'loll  Hit1 hotel  aboul   fivt- o'clock; ^m  lhe  iifleirinuu      to     walk   i(iuiiir'Ui('i  ���������   town with     our blll-j>o'������tcf,  to     .'ice  tp) (hut  all   tlio   pletiuos   weio  collet ltd'  & I lh.it v\c had put in'Uio windows', und,  J  dul  ni-t   ictuiii,   but  'A'fiit   '-iringliL  to  tlie rooms,      und  (ir������*ts'cd      When  'tin; duos, came looponUronii'rim nil nn  the   .tune     (rune to nin*n  the doois.  (lit1 chc-i kei s in nie to mo io say Hint  j\li   "strikes,      who  WiMi  money-Inker,  had not in lived.     I knocked ut Judith's diessing-i corn door     Sho    vw,is  *  minions evposine      I'oi.coii'o my   .11-  tonisliii'&nl  then,  v.lwn,  afloi     being  subjected     lf>   t'u*  iiu.srnt'1 it  mfliKMi.-v;  ,or her eyes foi   Uiit-e minutes   1 saw  "When I (list started in, ,1  thought ' him gi ow iigi(!,'his eves ,(ivcl,    an'l  , it was nil 'humbug      1 got hold of a   his whole body diavvn niOMHlihiy Lo-  fh.irp,  tk-vi-r gul,   who  pictonded   loi wind her, just as I  hud so uflin si.cn  niesmciis-n  (lie  accomplices  T  c.u i lorl''feigned   by my iwsislanls      Not only  about with mo, and who,   by  Iho aid   that,   but'ho  ansvv'eiod   evei v     quos-  of   preconcerted   woi do    and   signal1*,  from mo,    managed the clan v ova nee  business piot<-     well      But vvo onlv  (gulled tho fools, the slnup ones weio  not   had      'Veil,'   one  line morning,  this  girl bolted off with one of     ll o  accomplices,  ami   t  wiih  lt-fl   in     tlio  lutch down     m* the J'ollorles, with*  my lulls out, announcing u pei foi m-  anco* for the next night   nm\     woist  of all, thi'.hull had  been' paid ,for in  advance      Wli'it    toL   -do   I   did .not  know, for'I could do nothing bycinv-  sclf:    '.I walked gloomily a! out     tin1  town,  to  '������������������ee  that  the bills and  pictures weie well   out,  inoio fiom   me-  '   thanical  habit then  fiom anv     hoic  Hint I  should get anything by them  Turning down  a back slier I,  f went  nito a public hou--c and tailed  foi   a  glnss'of bluntly     and watei      'I heir  ' wan 'only one poison  in     (ho     limn  besides     mvsolf,��������� a    dntv,   vulcu-  looking'   fellow,   who'boii   upon  hun  'the unmistakable m.nks of a follower  of SI   Cuspin.     Ho was  uitlinc.l  lo ho talkative      At fust?!  *vas too  moody   to bestow upon luni anv ic-  - ply., * 'leyni I    a s.'ilv 'vis' oi   'no'  But he was not to  bo Miubl ed   and,  un-in1 taut  it   dm.'tod  those of  (he gnl,  whith did  not cm   upon my mind     Unit    I   vu . sold ���������  ist, us the young man's wen- In own, Ithal tliey had  boll'1'!1  Tho  iiikIioik'o  gievv   suspu ions,      .mil,  insisted     that    Ihcie -  should  lie  no   .suspicions  weie  verified.      M*ey  changes ' ' I'' ' *    '"'"   ll'1'1   baggage  ' Willi      the  from cvtvy  pore,  I waited roi    ,������...... ��������� th'cie a'l iratv'i I llnlUi.)    culcied   tho   Hio  Volt a   on  1   (uiiily   Lclic.a.l   would   It-  an   '^������������������>-C,,lV,_),(|  f,om.t|���������it   time  to     th.'i I Iho west coi.t of Afinvi. with  ���������I  ivc'iil    olf     to     thoMiolcl     'My  liii d  immediately  'iiltci   I  hud gone out   s-l   went  to thc  'r'-������^M^^^*r_'W*^^*'^ifc-i,i'JC-'-M*'-  3ST0RX. OF A  :c  giouml'ivilh 'tho  pon-il   woil  to1 the.  11 on it  AU filial tlie howling of'tho people,  within iho village ofi mi out cntiniiy,  and thu'lion I'loiiciuid'uuil loupt-d for-  iiBLACK CH_EFS!;ru;oul,il,,CiTO,mll-,,llcCLl'u,e ^  ",������������������ ������j, ' shonlilei  l-'ovv leforcnuus to the hvva of indi-  vi dun Is who  wen* rurriud   Irom Aui-  Tlrj1 imiiail of. thu heavy, hrute up-  cti the spear luoku taiit.1 shall  lust la-  low t'.hu    lu nil.1    Quob.ih.   by leaping  .    .,     .        , ,       , h>  on(s Mile,   iivfiide.l   lhe   hinto,    bi.'.  '"  10 the Aw������. leans   in   the  days.    ,��������� ' a wu!l/S(,on 0I1'( ���������4 l[ool   llf.ain    ,.,,,���������,/  Urn shivers (.mu lo loi'nd id'(he anil.ns of the.sltivc tin.le, Im', one limy  obtain ' glimpse, of two i-s, I hue i'i  tlieni hcifs .ml (hum,, ami of tlio m-  comple-lci jloilos tlu.L luiiy 11> wiu-  teu lioin  those glimi.seii  theio is onu  that wisS,     woilli jiit-Mii valion-the | u ��������� ^ two ],���������.,��������� ,kl,,,(,,,  lory ol    (iuolinli,  an     Ashanteo wari,,^ mUt   Lh��������� (.|(.1U,.���������.  (hief  _lu I to year IRO.-? thy fsl.ivei hug  Ooi.iliiie, own! (1 in I'.csLon, and fom-  uiaii.Ii\l    by a iinm    knowu-ns  dipt  ior ii.tiollier spring,, in spue oi (ho  sieol lltulo UuoU'jh ns shoiildeis  QiioJuili iinsi'd Iho cin bine to shoot  tho iiviirl, but I eiDi/j hu v.n I aide ko  Aim the ,weapon a nun, vv.iS heairlUu  I lie-edge ol'llio hi ii*.h, nnd a lionoia,  i-imio gallap-  ile.iiing    llie  peispuiilion st������'l'������8?   ;;,", ,���������"��������� " 7lll(',' ���������,���������.���������,  t! oV/luid  dool.cJ h\ illnvg   (his  ,u,l   n.u.ii1. was   .Mlitncc  w 11 n Ij ...��������� .i..        ..iii. i.       v ���������>���������       . i        ������ t-   i,  a (a' ���������  I   have novo!   hv.ird of (hom. . II will   go oi mm, guns, .iiniimiiilion, toUoii  he v  tliov  too'  Ah  arm  for thorn  .ipLH'oiKli of tlicse, Ouobali luiiiodito  hole at thu now (kinger, amJ us ho  (uint'il Ins lieail'" Ihsi lion spuing nt  l.Jtii on((i lunio  Qiiobnli' *aw hUwdiuigci in liine,  and n������r tho lion, bni'lt-d and feil diver  on Us vvoiiihIc I snoukU-i-,'ho hi viJ-.il  bullet nilo KiJuulii      ''  JlKippin^'. h,*,  (..-.ibine   beside*    thc  THEY" MUST Ml BDB&LI  l ,,,_,.,_ "* Jt7  EMPLOYIiTHHTS     V/ITHC   TEBIII-  'BLE  R flSPONSIEILI'jaES .'  V** i    Importance-of  Greonwich   Timo ���������  tho  Dangers (.of tho  I*faw-  1  -       elor Mill.. \  It 'would bo a voiy awkward  Until*; indeed'ior IJiiluiii ��������� mid lor  livo or six oarior nuUons ii'i'vvell ���������if  a (Ci lain ger.Uemaii wlioni you have  probably .nuvor board 'if did not  niovo his foi_ingoi upen a buiton al  the same iiuutionl. every ilny If ho  fulled, _ eveiy town in thi* (ouiitry  would 'fool It, somen of oaean-going  slnp.i i oimd tliu coast/Woultl be ,do-  tiiinod, mid a loss of soma millions  of dollais tausod by the (Way  Tho ioiiiIom of tins is thai lhe tune  iv Iin h l-auone goes by is calculnlod  from (Iir enwK h, whoio it '-S tho btisi-  nes'i of a .iiifliOT'oHlrer ut!. tl'io ^Jhs-ji-  vnlor.y lo ,lseop Ins eyo'oiu a particular star and u thread of cobweb" town ids oui) o'clock everyrdiiy. *'    ,,  To Iho or.din.ny man,   ,        '  Tiiib "cimurccT 'kijib"  foi  pei  1)11  iiifui inntloii  hotel  ti'ivvd  tion put , to him, sonic oi a vuiy  awkward liatinc, Willi tho nil of u  m.*ri lrios'istiblj iompol\<l against  his \vill She then'desiu-l (lint t.s  ������������������ooii .is sho should take the inlliiento  ofi hun, ho should go lo llio ih.uulc-  'liei in the'middle of I hi' icmii "il  hum In*, hat. And he did il. and 1 l*a������w *]������[)}������:  hml to buy li'in ti new ore, but vvlmt  did 1 cic'loi that' I hnd'di.'cov-  oi td a forUn-c*1  I    "i'Voiyvvhcie oui  smiess was cnoi-  mous" ���������-  eiowdid   hoii'"es,   no   ' uioio  a c unplitrs    nil   genuine,   tucpt   He  (lrurvovuilt,  m which  (hero was  a good  liLiuhiv  gclhci  vv  t li i (  of  I    "roi   tw  tourti v  and , dm  r.c.inoly  had tlio  dividual  'ovcipow  time,  o'l  J conl en tod ���������  I was      to   _... if  I-ever do,    for   elolh,    uivl i timkcti-,   lteio  a  '.iunll  iiiriipleUily'hioke   nn> ii|) ���������  oi-   schooner vvas tli.it teii-.l'foi   a vo\a���������o  caii.s-i of the limi.-Quobulwliow- liw  'iivving     tlie-m   fioni   st.irv.Jion, ' u,i the nvei, .in.'l in this I he'eapt.un i svv bi il  and . tin i.ed  to  mci-l. the    non-  , and a part oi   Ihs ia>vv puuceili I na'i- s'.'   An iiisUin'.' later slid io-<ii in a  Jtodwell' ���������'  thai    was     tlu'lna- i���������'thc A'ban tea Ir.wu ol  "vbilc'e, ajliying  lca|   stnught  nt  t.he  big   A*Ji-  s-Uil's name ��������� and  hi1!' fi lfiiih.   div-   pl.-.tv   of   poilmis  ������,(K,0   uiliabiliiiiiH.   Tu tec,     but  , lie   'tiugbl   hei  oia  tho ,    appealed ut the ���������n.mo  lino      'Mion   I   'hwro    weie    i.et   enough slavd for   j-omi of Ins sword, tin list  il  tllii-oi'i'h | ������'"'"-'"> <"���������"''/J1 ?, f  ,��������� i^'  woraiul   that   tier  wee' siiim3cti. ' sale    ,���������    ^alro to male a c.nr>o ter ,1 o.   monlli  n.K, her viliil1.   and    fell"       lint    to  the ������ .���������>,..,;���������   of Uioi  in  llie  town - hud only  poimc down * the, ichormoi,     ard  uhor a ci-iiMilta- bcneulh tho-'to uggllng   hinlc '    woihl, ,,iid Ui all, ^tienl^t i ui (I    tn--  1 ......   ll()|l     w,th  lh0 |J|lg 0,  t,,,.<'l0ffloni tt|    j,0I   u"lll0llic.**t   lhe  people" rm'   Hip   ffUieeis,  H.has got lo (���������o.l.c.r.c to  * U,  i,i 1    into  fie, mteiior was  plaiinel.   pnIi**nlo wall nipiirsid  il ui 'I.4110I111I1   Iracuon  01   11  soconu  witn  iikPims thrill hia walih is'witli'ii a few  iho    "-'hooting smso'ii.    'lhe only  who could have i-ivr-n  mc any  tho    luiidlei.l    of  the,|'or this r.nd''* (lie king supplied'tho   hurl been''killed,'but .when llifs kit k of   t'oii of Hie cm th 111 vpaie  tho     1110.-  Tho sum  TIIJBSIil ITAIU llO/TiCS '   ,  Diupgisti���������Now,    hoL-a'a    something,  il'vo  boea'selling  with  gieat  sutccsu1';  for yeais.   It vvill  laiae'a Juxuilant  liciid of hair iii a low.'wecta I     P  ( ,iiA  '\ t  vvheio (hev put UP'��������� had 'ro-  liis uiii 1011,  and  preKiidod  to  (To  He Coiitli.'. f!)  1 ". 4-  food    w'ulo Capt 'Willing   tlio lioness *tiovved   tlmt --.lie was     1,1   does nek Count;,, 1 1   all, ������������������"'''/'i'"    llll<)  suppl'id'l'U-o 'nuns, rum and  tob.ueo,   hcrMcalli sliLfii-'cs ll.ov fh>il,**l foilli 'j*,'"1-1'1  ';uv '" l0.     i<l"'������" W '-!f"     '.',! J  ing rnd'H-voial otl/c.-dvliilcs -anrl   . ele.i' (*:*     him,  badly k-.-atcI.ed,   Kuili    day. t')wai cl ow 1.1  the aflic 1-  miii '.and  supfil'in  but, V\i  at last, the low cunning and coaise,   t',.0!,"|lmt ,;e "UK)U to'itligious hooks,  iietling-  il to  div-  t!ic  lie ui  At Inst   r  dit.tove.rel   lus     '������-  c-.nltl      go   a'few miles  "'V'T'away  from  the town  w-h.-ie wo won*  sX nd   exhibiting    11 Ml   tie.  .S UlUo .(.pcn-.ni  I preach ing 10    llioiuslias      ^ hat     a  laugh   1  did .I'.ive  over  the  it'eii     or  diunken 'Bill   Stokes  tini'ing pifith-  cri", He    did     not like tin-..ml I'1,.  and'gievv  sivago over  it  "Wo weio cxhlhiling at Spoul lirg  one-night, to a vciy had hoii'o and  just as .Judith wu-s inlthe midillf of  hei per milliards ��������� a voung fellow  the jdat foi in? iii.sv,'e-i mg  questions- in the luosnu-rie sleep ���������  two oi tin to swells suolkd into the  fionl seals      TIkv wen  highly .imus-  .aggod  scanty  tlot.h.ng   that    harelv1--"1  al   111-*'���������iiaiiwi   ''l. f'fy e.  '  tovcrcxl her      She ioso f.0.11 her dat  low. v ���������n.nrt  ���������y^, ff \fy  I   *L ^  I f -*���������������"��������� \     v     ���������*  humorous sluev.rinfss of his icmiuks ,Val ,,  ibegan  to amuse mo      I cilled  for    a  ",ul    l0   1,'lt Cc"C V,1^.  -���������liquor-for him,      and  llio comliisioii   boufcs   _ l.y  ana  uy,  wi,  that wo u'ot p.elty  well  men..-  fPPwr .ewiv Sunrh.v foi   tin    whok  alctl      He invited 1110 home lo    din- .''"-V-  nor with him      r aaepte-1 (ne invita- i"^       "������     "0,ll(1      K������  'tion,   audi away  we  foi thvv 1II1  ��������� gerod-atong the tot tuotis sticets  'alleys  ,-���������..   "Ho   lived     111    a, squalid  coin!,1   a1  _^._hid^*ous-looking place   and  the homo  '*,*:Jiollort mc into was  111 k'ecping    with  "; iii,   surioundings       1   began  lo    wish  mvsclf out of tho advcntuic   wiih all  my love ofJ vagabondism, (bis wits a  little boyond mo      Ciouclnng over 'a  handful    of     firo    was a gnl  about  tlurtooii    01      foui teen yeaia of ase, |wus upon  ' with fiery  1 otl  linn ,  and  a pule,  sullen     face,      every   bone  of  hei   linn,  '  angular  boJv  showing  thiough     the  " "'.'.      "      ill  wiih  a   scowling     look    of nl,1-.lain.   Kinds  cf  absuid  (pi.-st.ons " c_        _  which changed   to     one or a'slomMi-  "-A^ \h  H������- v h������ ^ ''    '?'v U 1 vw s  merit at  the  sight  of  a  wcll-thcsse'l   as A soil.     As soon  as t  ���������   w.k 1      vs  stranger      She     fixed he.   eyes upon   diMm-s^l, o.1'* '"  f' 'f\.f ^.f  , __",.      ,      .        ,������   '    ,   !~r   1I1V.   1 (...winstiiii.CC1*   ot      In'1      t,������' '  as  .., tho  V  h.  been  in  git  on  w  aud  me  the  Wl  1 r  should   novel   hnvo   thoug  a Uiuig      Tlie town  111 v.h  tcrtaitimcnt  was     to   be  tin co or'foui  miles off   tonscq  e-spocially vv hen  di os"-ed   fo  cas-ton,  llieie    was  little  being    rccogni/cd      h  brofiks down,  I thought, w  do  n. bolt   and lc-avo the  to tret out of tlie sci.ipe the  can.  and give thc  I'ottei  birth foi   thc futiue      1(  it   16  hoi   father      Sei7in  dilemma m vvlucli   I was  wlucli   I  had   somewhat   intaiitiously  *laid baio to hun, he ti ic.l to     dipejwhr  an   cxtortioiiate  bargain       While   vvoiT-ravo  were  speaking  Hie gul stopped     hei ,       '" ...  work,   and  leaning  ovoi   the back  or  a corpso  and  .is  .lelokss  a chair facing us,  listened eagerly to jThe cxpi f s?su*n of 1-er eves vv.,, com,-  ..filed- rimip," his, thee' s  ?!'^'^j[b��������� ������Zffo^'\^^^ot accural oly  navigate  t    '     1     *    ,. ,   ,     1 <    ,       A -  Sllirtess, known, ..'Jhi their, anxious  loni'lmeas,'. aro^itlio looepcis/pf'  the  four biggest dauiH In lingland.. None  of  Lluiso ��������� earn  mora  lhuuJ'lwciily-fivo  sliilllnj^s    a vveek^ and1 lir.lf a-   do/on  nines- has a huge caltistiopho -   boon,  avoi led  by their oaie.     A-man,who"  lives bi a coltugo by tho f-ildo "of ' iv  dam, and  lias  lo make (ho,sumo-.inspection of it, tlio sarao ic-port,. .day  and night,    year    lu     rind yoar" out,'  niiglil   well .grow  lndilToreiit at  hist,,  and tako^ess euro ��������� especially jis'llio  dain'i aro mighty erections of   s-done-  woik, 'which  look a������,h  tho .Atlantic  Osenii    llsotf '   would 'hot mi'derinhio  ^Uiein,i lot alone a river  , , < , , .;'-  "*iif tliOj great,*Kcioby" Dam,  in" Laa- -  laishiio,   if-' tlieJwatilminii had    not  S.20U and lopoitod the,Hay bulge aiLVtl '  tiicklo'ui  llic^sldo-loin, yoiirs     'Jgo,  anothor"  Iwculy-foui" h'ouis    .would'  hiivo  brought ,20,000,000  tons * 'df"'  watei     sweeping    idown. the v.ilfoy,  wliuIi could not have failed lo utfcoi- >  ly wipe''out sevoial, nujlionv' , vvoith  of hoii'os    and  factones, and     miist  Pv'cry' 1'ave drownod ttOO or dOOjieopte, Tho           that'a rift luV'l stalled in  n  ^ *. \\  -1. I*-  food had  Il.o  nose  gums  lu  1 tuelh    .:  11.111 mil  lilCU  ���������' 1)  lici   mcii  gone-   w  I lllStl'.llg  j efiecterl  !'   Th s (..'<  the      1110  j v. Inch   hi  no nie-iiu  follow 1114  VM11  sliow  I    ISlanclut   a  1'ieiitii phyirmn  '1011K the1  tnse of a patient���������a laxly  vvitli  delight r tic red, monkeys  twcnl v-foui   vems 01  ego  11'I  ul was 11 very pleasant excuision,,  two   or  tin ee  days   ''Tho  boy     r  1 Unci   -epinalo     occasions  *-lopt .  ixliaoii'in.iiv   r-**nof*s   ol   tniI������  tbo .mo 1*1 eighteen she slept ior  U   .l.i-.s,  ut the   ige of iwenlv  imam' slept   101   futy days   a-ul   ,Hio  Inst locouled sl-c.i c^tei-.d.-d ic.i.iieat-  On  this octas'Oii siio was  pn.l '* noiiii'hmenl  ve n  for  a>v  "l.o -irgeous  colo.s  thai  ilcio  -son     nt,   cvoiy side      fff'nlu * of tliosa  "������������������ tl-e? tdiichi'l   alo-ni  a  bpato-i   tram    ������'������ ^   , ^������ ff' ,    U������o fhinies  In fact       U.o^.p.uty^vas so irnijiv   wiUn 11. ,.jrt   ,tie 1 '{j  l      v   , ��������� to Ul0  tnal      i.ndeis   fiom   Dahomey   ,'sin-. lovtalcM 1' loss aiul   us 11 _itnu      _  1 '���������"-" Son.odf 'eniaged neg.oos withoul   >  l0S*s' ,        w - ���������,     - , , ,  WUMIon .. a '--^^^^^ill^^^r^.thooxannn^ of ;,ho  rlnppecl     then   linncK    sl-outwl   sn.v<*rii*g and  ff  hf a*a n Wl '"to o '-Hh-p  ed     fuiiy   fi'.f    n.o'itns  .nif  I   l.mghed  uproeiioi.sly  li's  inch   ������-*i!,owl     added      to  his pi oes>   iu wai  :.-d  deadly,   uptiles  tv o   minutes   hf   v,-jv  y.nij- u"  but  ngi-i   as   ed     fuuy   ������*���������'���������. '"������ ���������*"-    ',,'aoUA "mr'aad pioucted him  fiom enemies  i.l.l   ' va. ions, were U*v w.miis  a.*opU������    ior , ^ ^  Uj|d  hml  t)|.,t  lts pQV,aiti  ^   th.   pmpo-e of  nxising  1"m'   'J" *{ ' >coui,|   h, gi.atly  nuio.i'C-1  n    at     a  ls priivd fruiUe-s      I>*������- ^  riinmlf f,���������Uv,.l,  tie splendid  fighter,  pal���������    viicn  '-    ������    ff Quobah   we,e sacrificed    to  tbo ������p.i-  ������rci.m,innfc,.     *������oi.d  lu      .^ of   ^  scalU     ,lllobah  was     lon-  nc i.i.lfd to 11 .ikc ei.   .^ ^ t^ torture, but    when  my proposition.     ** thing  fen nil    U.e vv hole nf here e    .1- ff  ��������� 'Do vou think you can do  if    I'tlurUn,' even   his romp.m-or'-       were ��������� 1 nnicu������.i    ���������������  said,  said, turning to her .hushed into silence   even T -hu li -rr.1 1 '-'"ar>  ' 'I can -do    anything that     you, as  I   looked     :.r   he,       She u-=, d  mr f"f ' ^pVe-ion  u,K>������.  him . lat���������  show me and teach me,' she ---^^  jnnm.^   ^flZX^^L lf������>    v,,���������   w.i    at     - ^J^   ,,������ ln scon,   a.ul     si.id  111 01  wh.cn   he    rop.ird  un* i-u,sed- ' l..ro ,.o.-.n.*l-r 'fU'\^"\[r\f for   ne knew how to d.e like an Ashuiitoo  ly      This  lonfn.-iee  sc,   putilidv  si v-   'I ovver      ^'_Jj;", ,  fifl(.t.n  llWhlv.   at*(t '��������� w.i'iioi  en  was  gi owing veiy  <-eriou������  a'vaitnig  him     ho  ed. confidently  "I soon informed hci father that  Hie terms lie proposed were quite out  01 the question He vvas obstinate,  and 1 rose to leave But the gul  stayed 1110 with a scciet gcstuio. and  going up to her lalhoi said in a  low voice Tuther, are you mad to  let hun go*-1 You know that you  can get no wmk, and we- will st.uve  I'd do anything to got out 01 this  hoirible misciy " j    '  "ne stopped her with  a ctir^c. and J1 ri  a blow  that she connived   to  avoid   Ith  ^-���������-^'������������������;^t^,;:ss! ^  the diiy of sat 11(ice ariivol,  ame  to  devns-  g  o> es  we  fell  down  in  stronc tonviil������ nii>-  '"fherc  vvns .111  awful  eonstei a if ion  Un-1     room      People iu--!*el  upon  plattorn1   to   tender   their   assist-  Thc end o* it was, we caire to terms,   tune  olhris    run  for  lu.indv       vhile  an-'.Judith  stood  aloof,  leaning upon the  1110*1 capa-  Bcmto e-late,  it  he It'1''  i'"-1' -1- futt  f)1      . .u,..,,.  ������������������-  n-^ouate*.  to  the into. .01    when1  - ���������    -  j nil  (I  e'joined a tithe ot Inciiins ar  named with  them  untiiolested  Ileniy  ltussi.i  on  v IMt  T'ETUOLKtjAf SAT. VPS  Cottonseed      oil.,    and  1ms. ed  0.1  A'lmntee-* lay- in  Hu-   forest      In  the  fare of this danger the priests quick-  Uicie is good 1c.1sr.11 to  believe,    vvill (Ic010-ed  that safety could  be     ob-  ... o-hablv  have a lival   at a not (lis-, UUI)ct,   onIy   Vn   Iin   ;���������,mCdi.ilc  saci 1-  t-xnt claV     m   edible    pet. ob-tim oil. j /ip<j of lhfj     st(liwart pi iv.ner,      and  til's rx*s;r~ pwrEHSDt-1-.o  Si.caking    of      high pi .cos,  No. man's    'new      ^'ook      ",.,.  thiows     some' intoiesting light  what,  il  irioulontallv   tosls   to  St    fote.sbuig      To  begin  ������jtb.    "^  't   is ve! ovory'house and  hotel    tiie.o  lollUin,..i swa.m of,^u ; ;'  cadi one ������ xpects a HP ��������� >������' f  vvho takes you, coat and hat at a  m.viilu house, ithinks ten tents little  enough, and if you give a dolla. 1.1  S-w the attendant who pe. foi ins  n clo'=e|y besi'sod  as U on  ''���������V(0>    lhp ^m(. mo(i0M,  and   eclebrate-d   the   b.ugain  by    ,  other org.e | pmno   gloating malignantly over her  "Hie     night   came,     nnd when    she   work       Well,   as   "non   ns   he   rr-rnvoi-  '��������� lie  was  clean,  hoi   hair d.essed.  and  she   , .ev     put    h,.^  .... o_a cab^ind (,���������r  p.^.... _ ^^ hftS _, ������n    m.c-- "���������"   -.^    (mt(ir ���������{  the  What .s the d.r.e.ence in oil.hle   "^ , late  question    suggests the rctsons i<hiv>  aflcp t;  csent e\pe> imcnts      As a mat-    (]e  p|,lnt, rs  the    afternoon  of  the re\t j  he lions    had  driven     111  Qiiohah  was  toncluclocl  nclosi'l     villi ad  been  used to it for yens  "One of tho principal points of the  performance was to select a man 'rom  the crowd, bi ing him on the-platioim  put him into a mt-smei ie sleep, and  theji cause him lo answer any questions that the cbnrvoyant might  choose to put to hun, added to  which, ho was made to j.ionuse to  do certain things when ho awoke  Hitherto we bad used an accomplice  for the purpose, who was planted in  a coiluin undci stood pai t ol tlio  room Whether she wns confused by  the sight of so many faces, or deceived by a resemblance, I do not  know, but what was my dismay to  sec her selec*, ar. cntiio stranger for  thc cxpciimcnt1 Tn sheer dc9pair, I  tried to cover the blunder by saving  that ll*c party selected vvas not :���������  lit  the sensation tame every night, nnd  persisted in desiiing to bo ncmn me*-  nicri-'e), although he still looked  shaken and pale from tho eflccts of  the first experiment This, however,  T would not permit Judith seemed  to have acquired somo strange fascination over him; he followed her  like a shadow and ti ied verv hard  to get up an intimacy. But sho  would scarcely deign to look upon  him- she seemed always to feel n  great contempt for those who weio  amenable to thc mesmeric influcnro  To our other friend her behavior  wns verv different He came preltv  often to tbe hotel, and I fieniicntlv  found them in piivnlc confnb io-  gefher T could not undci stand  What a handsome swell like that  could   find  to   idmire 111  bony,      Tf>  leiim butter, and potr.  o, but such things arc being woi ked  unon now. Their names wilt be  changed for commerce. Science is  vivisecting them  TEA CHENS ON STRIKE  The little principality of Bnkcn-  feld, In lhe Grand Bucliy of Oldenburg, is threatened with the strange  apectaclc of o general st. Ike of  school fcacheis. The population it  about 43,000 all told but .epnyo  school teaches is so low that, after  many vi.,11 efforts lo obtain rod.c������������.  I hev have drawn up nn ultimatum in  form, declaring that unlM 1. ���������?>  scalo of emoluments be granted within a specified time, tho entire body of  school teachers vvill resign.  d and do by the things of oth-  (l������   they do by their  own���������Hm-  He sought for otheis  the good   he  tf desired    for    himself.      f.et  hun  pass  on ���������Hgyi>1 io"  would  be aver  the  aun  sank  to   the  western     hori-  /.on,  Quobsh  walked forth  from   thc  palisaded      town,     nrmod    with   his  spear, his broadsword, and l|Is light  curbino Tho    priests',    with faces  painter)      white,     chanted    n   dismal  stiain,  tho women  howled, nnd     thc  soklicis clashed   their   swords,      and  spears   together    as he passed      thc  gnto      And    Iho     gnt-c was nol yet  shut when the male Hon came to the  edge of the brush and with mane up,  and  tail  lashing from side  to     side,  galloped    towaitls     the    wall      But  Quobnli, who    had boasted that    hu  know    how    to   die like an Ashnntec  wnruoi, now advanced to meet    the  beast, and finally sank on his light  knee,   with   his  hand grasping      his  huge spear, which he placed on   the ^3 ycai9.  scivieo at an olhtial  rosideneo, he is" only ^.sfiod ' 'J'������  tins of a wealthy Uussitni to a wait  e *ld, good .estaiuont are some-  tug eno.mous' A decent .00m .  ., l.rst-cUiss hotel costs about S4 a  'l"rSland a closed t.u...'go to lake  to (lin.iei, (en minutes dine  eosis   So      A few  sheets  dav  you  uvvuy  of  note paper in your hotel costs you  ������ft ccn i. and the cheapest ^f" -  bath St Mr No..nan is a great  t avelor. and it is his testimony tb.it  St rotorsbu.B li hu and away the*  most expensive city 111 Lhe woi Id  THK CiOJiOi'-N  HULK  The Mruc     1 "lc   In   business is to  guar  crs  doo.  "po'as'you "would-be done bv.-Pc'i-  4 One should sock for otl.e.s the  happiness one  desi.es for  oneself   -  mCt1'ou would not wish done to  yourself     do -not unto  othors.-Ohi  ^Lci none of you treat his b������ other  ia a way he h.mselt would dislike to  be treated -Mohammedanism  Vo not that to a neighbor  you  would  take  ill  from  C,Tho law imprinted on the hea.ts of  all men is to love the xncmbcis of  society as themselves-Roman  In Germany,     boys    must  attend  school'up   to 14. years, and   girls to  which  luni ��������� Gie-  woiknu-n'who go I o-*their (Inlly ta'-k  at the"*great Government povvdor and  1 x'plosivc factories Though' excol-  lontdvorkmen, tlio omplovcs nie apt.  by long ii*-e, to grow" loss ciiicful of  all lhe little proc-litmus  -*- .,    '  t r r -\ t - id ea v- s 0 m ypT r  Ono of  the most  ALCOHOL MOTORS.  Germany   Is , Making''Great  ��������� gross AVith'Them. '  Pro-  plo'sions on'iotor.l ��������� at hoss,��������� was1,  e.ii s.'d by 11 single1 nail 1,11'the vhoo  oi one of the employos' - Suth a  tnflo , vvill * stiike'ri sjMi-k ' thai,  though quite iiiiuotitcable, "���������' twill  ex-  C'cimany    has  111 ado  a''remarkable  advance in ^tho1 past eighteen montli^  111   1 oi feeling  anchulili/ing. tlie alco--" *  hoi motor'   '   This juogiess is attri- ,  devastating  0x7, billed  liitgcly     It)'the-intense   ��������� pcr-  ontil   inteiest '   which*ilhoo Kmpcror   *  lias taken 111 the application ol   aleo-^j  hoi   to,industiial   purposes       -*-    s;**  TI10", Geiuians  aiorasserting giont - -  adv-antiiges     for t tlie" alcohol motor,  ' M  '    v*I  "iny  ronsluiitly to '���������'iipply tlicm\witb coal,  and - ....  metal is allowed, noi    of lourse,  malihcs, nor a mcliil button. a������'lltheio iSf. no smoke 01 smell, ,the  evc'iyonc has Lo leave llis <.'l'0^,-s ! weight "of the motoi.is onlv about  away Horn Lhe futloiy, and put 'on ,mlf of a s(Pam eiiguio'ot,e(|Ual,pow-  a pair-of  foil shoes   'So  dangerous ^   ind     '^icohol.'is ^easily "obUiniable"'  111'all distntts^        'JVij j,���������', 1  A huge pint of,_the alco.lwl>s.mado  fiom potatoes, . or Winch tTie.,cni| ne  produces 111010 thaii"-any/,other- country in Europe jlitolas^C1^ the icsi-  duo' loft -fiom beet stfgimlrfanufac-  tuic, is also largely used as ^Uwi  1 aw matei ial  of alcohol ,  Thus far     it has been lound  tli.it,  ..   nt its piesent price,  the. alcohol 1110-  baltleship 111 the hr.Lish Navy has a top conlpetes yiiccessfully with, nil  job in w'huh'a siiikIo mistake might foims of m0ti\o enoigy of le^s than  wipe   , out    of existence  1,100 'mils *twc.llty i,on,o-powe.     'It is thus spe*-  is the woik thai,a sl.av piece of me-  tul would almost cei tiunly 'cause an  explosion lhal would wu-tk half the  neighborhood * One lesult of the it-  -"eixplosum at Aiileei, 111 Avr-  wtis Llic-bieakmg of ."KIO eggs  shop nl Jrvnie, a" mile and a  qua 1 tei awav  On about S-.r> a week ��������� ofi en less  -11 ("ertaiii <=o.unaii on iniy first-tlass  cent*  shne  in  a  ii  and a monev vnluo of nearly S10,-  000,001) " This lis the signauuiiii foi,  the time being who carnes out the  signal 01 del s ot the admiral, either  bv (he tode (lags'or by ' llag-wug-  ging," and "dn ects the movements of  ���������,|ic������lleet When a stpiadroii 'is nialc-  'inn a passage it goncially tiavcls in  ivhat is called "gndnon" order, and  m ttuiiiginu plates, or at steam tac-  {^us _ which aie so dangeiotis that  loieign navies do not practise them  a single * w ronglv-signalled order  would "bi nig two of thc vi ssels into  (Olhsion, and one*.��������� probablv bolh  ���������vvould ee.ta.nly be sunk It is  verv,easy to make a mistake in signalling, but only one senoiis cnoi,  lesulling m un accident, has been  made so far! and thai was ten yens  ago 1! a signalman makes even tlie  ������������������mallest technical mistake be is hauled up and scvcielv "dressed down "  Theie aie half a dozen vv.avs of signalling  in  the  navy -  Still moie anxious ��������� and even  moie cei tain to load to lemble fa-  talitv if anv thing went wrong ���������aie  tho six jol ������ of the signalmen 1.1 the  six most complicated and difllcull  Kiilw.iy <-ignal-boxcs 111 But am Before Ihe^e. ,nll otheis nie comparatively unimportant, and a mistake  by anv of th(.se 'nx men would easilv  ploduce an accident thai would kill  or in lino hom 200 to f.00 people,  nnd dcstioy about 8400,000 worth  of piopertv within twenty counted  seconds      At    wages ltuiging  eially     adapted for  thieshing grain,  pumping,    and    othei   kinds of faun      ,  work '  Tho'result is Uiat n large pair, of ^ -*  Iho alcohol fuel produced -n farming,  legions, iomoto fiom' coal Jields. is  nlieiulv being consumed In" tee districts wheio it,is distilled It is running pumps, siivvs lot cutting, lum-  bei, and flotn mills, 111 addition to  its seivice on (he fauns ,        ,  The world is talking fiom tunc to  timo of the dnv when coal ic-ouiccs  will bo exhausted It is ceasing, to  wondoi,* however, about.the substitutes that will replace conl ltL is  nhoady evident that alcohol is to lo -  one of ' thc best and most practicable souices of motive power, and the  supply 01 alcohol can never, liko  coal, become exhaustod ,It will ho  distilled in abundance as long as  fields aie feitilt- As long, tis< tho  vegetation used to' pi oduee alcohol  grows theie will,<be no, danger of a  failuiodf'thc supply  .        ,'   ���������^������   ILL LUCK T'OIi 1003.  Old Ifooie's Almanac for thc lirst.  six months of 1!>03 has just bcou  published in London and some vciry  gloomy piedictions appeal  in it  In Januuiv, it says, there will be  troubles in thc east and a cons.-pirucy  in Ireland, 111 Febiuary theie will be  tiouble aud bloody riots in Spain,  in   -March   both Great Butai'i      and  "'   '",'       *.,      ���������.������������������,, ,���������������������������i'     litL'C   "I    -vlarcil    OOtn  urt'ae  iiiiuu',1      ami  seconds      At    vv.ige-s , a.igi pif* \ s Wlll lncet WJth scriow, losfcus>  above ?S a week,  tins is one of   lhe { Tiansvaul and   at  largest    'oleics     in ^.Um. n  d_has ^ ^ { ^  OI1eo. the fines.  .e<.ouls >   f   ���������������>   Api)1 &'���������, mU be polItlcal aHa���������H  mid the heads and hands of these  men deal with mote lives and more  monev value pel   dav   tluiii  tin/- oth-  TI10 chief   tue    King's.   Ctoss,  St j  J'aiicias,     Liverpool  street,   Ilu miiig-j  ham,  Gbisgov.,  and   Wntciloo   Some-  tlimg hke fiOO Hams a day pass under the seivire of the<-e "boxes," besides    the  auxiliary  signal  stations,  eai 1 ying  ABOUT 15,000 PEOPLE  and an average of 3250,000 worth of  goods, not counting the "lolling  stock " A wrong lover pulled among  the forest of jointed 11 on bars and  medley of tinkling bells, that hardly  ever cease linging, would transfoim  a train loaded .to the brim with  lives and goods- any distance away  into a ghastly scraphcap of blooci  and iron. The worn of each man  spieads ov-cr from ten to fourteen  hours, and though numberless accidents have occurred, through mistakes in smaller signal boxes, none  pt these have ever mads an eiror^.  Apt  nations in England, furious conflicts  111 China and conspiracies 111 Tin key.  111 May tlioie will be a famine in India and a cl.il win in Spain, and in  June a prosperous epoch will begin  foi England and one of misfortune)  foi Go*"many      * ' -*-  THE X-ItAY IN DJSNTISTRY.  Thc X-iny is being used ln dentistry with considerable success It  sometimes happens that the permanent or "bocond" teeth ave not properly cut. The mouth is thus disfigured by the loss of thc lust set of  teeth und thc^ non-appearance of the  second teeth. "With the X-iay the  dentist can determine whcthci the  second tooth is in the gum, and, if  so, why it has not appealed. The  obstiuction is removed, a passage  opened and the tooth woiks gradually down into plac������  The magnolia has a moie   powerful pcrfinnc than any oWnei flowei-. 9P:  rl HE~l_OOTENAY_MAIL  PRESBYTERY  Of Kamloops ,/n Session at"Revel-  stoke on Wednesday. -  Tho Presbytery of tlio district of  Kiimloops met in tlio Presbyterian  church liercv Wednesday, Ilov.'Mr.  Hoyla, of Ashcroft,, (inodenrtor)  prUiSiding,  and   Kov.   l). G. Canip-  - "bell,'of Armstrong, clerk of session..  Otlioi's ].resent wore:   Keys. Stewart  (Kninloojife)', Caldcr  (Reveistoke),  - ,  Foote and iMuir (Kelowna), Mason  (.Nicola),   Ciould   (Salmon   ,Arni),  ,-     Crow (Vernon), White iTcnchlaiid),  _ Campbell   (ordained    niif-sionnry),  and'Wesbrf-.   I-arr  and  Scott, mis-  '      fsi 61111 rios.     '    ' -     '  Jt was resolved the'Home Mission  - f meeting bo adjourned till arrival of  Rev. Dr. Ilerdman.  Revs.-Stewart' and  Mason'"were  'appointed'  lo   examine   Rev,   Mr.  Foote, who  had  just arrived .from  Manitoba.   it       ���������    '     , - ' ������  i The clerk reported names of Revs.  McCoy, McLcod  and  Hogg ,tnkcn  off roll: d       "  Revs. Campbell  and  Craw were  added to loll.  Kootenay   I'rc-ibylery  intimated  ,   i. ordained   missionaries    vvould   in  '   future be  known   as   ministers in  charge,, ' .     , .:!_, ���������  "    Colleges al.jlfalifax and Montreal  .'- - intimated vacancies in chairs.   "  e A circular re'family worship'was  referred  to  Revs. Campbell, Craw,"  'White   and .Mr.   S.  A.   Muir,   of  Venion, lo report.  1    i    Rev. J, F. 'Gibson .asked, year's  leave of absence,owing to  death in  '  family in Ireland1.���������Granted.'    '".  ' General .Assembly applied   for  *    .r'30.  Presbytery's share   of-synod  expenses. -, '  Rev. Stcwait said tlie claim was  iin j list!. -Tliey had hitherto paid  only $12.  'lie moved $15 be  paid  ��������� and it be pointed out this*would be  found to be a fair contribution in  comparison vvith other presbyteries.  SirThomasTaylor-askcd fjull par-  " ticulars i-c church property.���������To be  ''' furnished.    ' ,f,  , ,     Presbytery adjourned at noon.  .\ITi:il.V00X   sKSoION.     '  ,  ��������� On resuming at 2,p. in.  the committee a'ppointcd reported   examinations  of\l\cv. ��������� Mr.   Foote   satis-  , factory. ' ' - .   ;  >   '-Petitions were  read  from  board  of, management    of   Presbyterian  church Reveistoke-asking  for session.    Discussion.on 'this occupied  thc afternoon, .Aid. McLeod, A, Mc-  /Ntib, T.   More  nndeT7 Lewis   addressing the presbytery.   Mr. Lewis  expressed his desire,to work in harmony'with the church and this led  ' to a niost pleasing incident  result-'  ing' in "-mutual   explanation '-and  amicable   settlement ^between  the  ".'dissenting sections  of  the coiigrc-  -ga'tion, Messrs.   Lewis  and   G.   M  Clark lo*bc  restored- to "the elder-'  J, alii p.    Members pf   the'-presbytcry  expressed  great satisfaction at the  settlement and the  christian spirit  exhibited by the dissentients. '  A unanimous.call from Vernon  was presented to' Kev. Mr. Craw,  and accepted by -him. it was resolved to ordain Mr. Craw ' into  Vernon charge on March 3rd, Kev.  Mr. While to preach on occasion,  Rev. D. G. Campbell to address  congregation and S. A. Muir to ad-  ��������� dress minister.     '        . "-��������� *.-.------  It was resolved to recommend  synod lo meet in St. 'Andrew's  .Chinch. Westminster, instead of  Kamloops as formerly proposed, on  Friday preceding meeting general  assembly at Vancouver; and that  Dr. Frn*-er, of St. Stephens Church,  St. John, N? B., be recommended to  board of Presbyterian College in  Montreal for appointment to professional chair.  The presbytery adjourned till S  p. m.  r.vr.xiNG SITTING.  .  Al the evening  sitting  KevdC.  Foote was ordained into the ministry. \       _ * '  The establishment of ,a school in  connection 'with the church for  children of parents living in isolated places to be located preferably in Kamloops, was discussed,  and Revs. Stewart, White, Campbell and Boyle were appointed a  committee ,to report to bvnod on  matter.  Infirm Ministers Fund were considered. ' '  , On report 'of Church Life and  Work being read Rev. D. G. Campbell urged tho schemes of the  church be laid before tho people in  bettor form, and Rev; J. C."Stewart  outlined a plan used at Kamloops.  Tho augmentation report dealt  vvith Spalliimchcen" and was-'considered very satisfactory.  Rev. Stewart said the Presbytery  Fund was always'short-owing to  congregations not paying assessments.  Rev. Craw was appointed reporter  of proceedings.  ���������     TKMI'KHANCIk  1 I f    1        I  .Rev. Mason urged steps be taken'  on temperance. ' ife complained of  the licensing law's and urged'the  license fee-be-raised to prevent  (licenses in small places.  Dr. Ilerdman'said nothing struck  him more than' this. How could  the country prosper with so many  licensed houses? Rev. Mason'.'and  ,L D. Swanson, Kamloops,'to draw  up finding, and Revs. Mason -and  Doyle committee to present minute  lo synod.  Hearty ^thanks wore recorded to  friends11 in Revelsloke who had  entertained members and to'C.P.R.  for favors, copies of.latter resolution,  to ,bo forwarded ito General Supt.  Marpolc, Messrs. Coylo and Kerr,  and head ofiico"at Montreal.  The committee on ��������� school in .connection with church submitted  circulars to be sent to parents and  friends recommending joint slock  company be formed for purpose.- ���������  ., Presbytery adjourned,.to,Vernon,  March 3rd.  board of management < tho company  intends devoting its attention specially to its mining enterprises and dropping its .subsidiary scheme-:.  Is There a Weak Spot That Is  Likely to Develop Disease?  Faine's Celery Compound  Quickly-Reaches the Affected  Parts, Fortifies, Jhem and'  Imparts New Life to  the Blood. '  Mk  w  Kootenay Locifi-c  No. 1CA.F. (ScA'.M.  THE HOSPITAL  Dr. Sutherland Appointed Resident  Surgeon.' '   ���������    ,   "  { An important meeting of hospital  trustees was hold 'Tuesday night  when applications, were opened for.  position-of resident surgeon. Many  applications were 'received; several  being from'-men high' up in their  piofession in the east, but the fact  they did not hold the license for  the province debarred them ,from  consideration'.  , Eventually three ��������� names were  decided on for the selection, namely  Drs. Cross,' Graham (of .'Liverpool,  England)'and Sutherland, of Kamloops. " -   - ,,   -  The vote' of the trustees stood:  Dr. Cross, 2; Dr.. Graham, 5; Dr.  Sutherland, 10. eDr. Sutherland  was,therefore appointed at a salary  of $2,100 a year and vvill enter on  his duties immediately.-      , ''  Are you conscious ol a weak spot in  t'oiiui't-Lion.vvitli any of the great oi ���������  guns of the' body? Do your kidneys  liotbcr'you? Il may ,bo tlnil you ex-  pcriimre pain in urination or pain-in  thi: small of the1 bai-k/' Vou perhaps  Mini the skin dry and ,harsh, tlie urine  high colored or a deposit in \u. .Any ol  these,, symptoms point to kidney  trouble.' < ,    r  ' Is your liver, doing its great, woik  pioperly? II you have vomiting,  nausea, furred tongue, constipation or  ilisi.ireleri'il vision, there-is a weak .spot  in Un* liver. This demands instant  attention.  -���������I������ tin* netivnik of muscular (ibies of  Ihe stomach in n healthy condition, or  arc 'the nerves weak, 'irritated or inflamed?' Is digestion pooi? Have you  tij'tipensiii, indigestion, . heartliiu-n,  vv-nti'i lii'iisb or flatulence? 'Any of these  liouhlcs ni-o forerunners of sullVi-ing  and ill health. ,  Does your blood as it, c-oiir.-'e.s lo all  parts of llie body carry' iiom islnnt'iil  unci life, or is it filled vvitli .imptuitiu.s  and poisons? tlnless ybu-have a full  anil vigorc.us.supply of pure blooc) youi'  life is daily in danger.    ,        ;     ' -  ICiiiiiienL medical men anil tlio tons  of thousands made well and strong, by  Panic's Celery Compound will tell you  thntthis marvelous, medicine is your  sure deliverer from all the troubles .we  have mentioned. - Rune's Celery,Compound' quickly, and ,promptly i (inches  tlie weak and suffering parts, fin-lilies  them, gives, new life to the blood,  nourishes tho-- net ves, - builds muscle  iind tissue, and makes ���������you rejoice in n  condition of 'heal'!i that will be permanent nncl-I.tsfing.- ��������� ���������,-   A CZ/jP OF-   *  ������  n. aoui'O.N".  0(1.  Sl'CIllI'l'.VIlV.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO: 12, I. O. O. F.  __aasSB5,__     '   .Moots (ivory TiicmIhv  j^gStHmT      /^"Fsfes-    uvcnliiK     in   Hellenic  #^  y*L_-iW  ^Vllall    at   S  'o'clock.  nT-e^^^W    ITlVIsllliiK lii'oLIn (ill coi-  vJ9^^ .^Jfe^/illully  invited   lo  11L-  J. OUTHI'TT, N, G.  ICII'l.  J. SIATJIII". Si:o.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse and Hardy 'Plants  Roses, Rhododendrons, etc.  'Ton's of Home Grown 'and Imported  , Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  for .SpriiigiPlanting.  CUT FLOWERS  for JJaiN, Weddings  Church Dccoialiuns  Funeral Designs.  Imparts a natural glow of warmth  and,, he&Jth,'  without   which,   the  system /is   always  an  e.isy' prey   lo  colds, chills, ancf influenza, which   are  eng-entJerect in moments of weakness and  undue   fatigue.     Bovril  is  not  ly  | For Manitoba, the  Northwest  Terri-  I     toi its and ,the Railway Belt in- '  British Columbia.    .  is  not   mej-c-  a  highly noor-  'a stimulant, but  rshing   food,������' containing- 'all   thc  ' '  'strengthening   .properties,   of   beef  a'most convenient 'and  petizing    form.  prepared  in  .can  ap-  be  moment.  Add a littie, bo'iiing water  and'' it is re&.dy for use.  I.,v.-c- for '..-id/'iiii,' imipo-i-. iui> ji��������� in il  for :.  t.illi 'llf   IWtlllV  011(1  ,VI,IT-. .111(1 lllC' K'llt.ll 1-,,'lt  .tin. i l.mf i-.vo i out-'nn iicio pei milium, pin.'  alii, li Ut vivi-h In.ulviin. e.  j !,iit'(!- 'iin liuiiil In n pmrlng le.i-f- mii-V be  J u ]ilidi,\������ i| for In.ni.���������-'. nd eiiii'v, -ulc or r.iil-  i wns. |,iur"-(������, Inn no loiilal iM'Imi-e'dl on niicli  j Kind- fiuiii iho (Ime upon 'uliicli ilicy uro vvitli-  j drawn u-uin tlio l(-Arv.  ' '  I .\ le���������d'of lii.i/ins'liiiiil- is not entitled lo tin-  liaj Un reoii. inn lie may, upon application in  ! lhe ii,'ri-iit ef "Iioinlnlon Iji.id-;, nbl.iln encli year  the i'hm pei mil lo fin on I.I- leasehold 'vvlun-  ove-i- i|iiiLiiiti\ of hay lib niiiv rc-(|iiirei for III-  ovmi ii-.., fm of due--, tliodc'p.iiliiieiitre-.t-rviiii'  .he l-lj-'lit (o K-.ii1 pc-niuu to oilier nppliciuitri.'  -VnplK'dt'oi'- for. Kl.VU--*- lea-csi -hcnild be  ni.filc lo t),c.-I'cii-tfii'j, riopiirtiiioii! of tlie- In  lorior. Otrnufi.  ,     I'. (;. KEYK.**.  Pi'viulai'}, Heimlineiitof tl(C Interior."  AOHICUI/J'URAIj J.MI'LliJIMNTH,*  131510 SUPPIjII'J.S,  '   '        " J'-IIUIT BASkli'J'S,  KKIITILIZUKS  CatuloKiK) I'Vco.    ' Kiioloi-n I'liiiO-or Lev  ' ,M: J. HENRY,  300!)   YV'eslniinslcr1 Jtoiui,   V'ancoiivt;!-  *     . ���������   Wihtk JjiViiOi; O.vi-v.  liGCJuuHnAKlllIl ( 72������B3njflS5X  iur use.   K  E.:B. EDDY'S  i^r  Fop Over .Twenty Years  DIAMOND DYES  J   Have Been,the Popular :;  -Home Dyes/  Child Can'Use Them With  Success.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  -'"   BUTCHER.   ,   ,  Retail Dealer ln,^OTnnz^^>- -  . '    6 'BEEP,'  PORK,  ���������c X ,    *    MUTTON, Etc.  {Fish and Game in Season:  '��������� All order-. pi-oinpUy llllod,  c  REVELSTOKE; B.  Corner   Douglas  nnd King sti eels  "KING   HDWAHD" 1000s. .-  "III-IADLIGIIT," oOOs.' X  "HaOM5." JOOoiaiul 2(J0-i,     ,  "v'lOTOUIA,':    , I  "LJTTLK.CIOiMim", ,   '  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE?  .?. .?.'��������� '���������-���������l7-e-/ie',-'1  TABLE  cry S. S.   "Lardeau."  Are the best that can be bought.  ' i     ' r M     i 1 X '      '  ''Don't experiment with othei* and-inferior brand  *��������� USE XEUDTJ-Yr'S - '  s.-  Halcyon Hot Springs  ^Sanitarium.  r-<>p-0<K>0-0-0-0<>-0-t^^  PRESENTATION  1 "V ;   d     ' /M  To   Wallace Ludgate   On  Leaving  '   For Arrowhead.  Wallace Liiclgatc, who had charge  of construction of the Pacific Coast  Lumber Company's mill at Vancouver, has severed his connection  with that company1 to go to 'Arrowhead to look after thc 'construction  of a mill for his brother. Before  his departure Mr. Ludgate was presented with a handsome Masonic  cjiorm-bearing on its reverse thc  following inscription: " Presented  to Mr. Wallace Ludgate as a token  of esteem by the employees of the  Pacific Coast Lumber Co."  Mr. 'Ludgate vvas taken by surprise. He said that he -.was not a  speaker, but asked them to join  him in disposing of a box of prime  Havana perfectors. Mr. Ludgate  had thc good will .of.'all the men  vvitli whom he came in contact.���������  World.      *  Today,'Diamond Dyes an*, the standard and populai dyes in every civilized  land of the world. 'Every new discovery in dyeing- has heen' utilized' to improve and make them ahsolulely, perfect. They are now the simplest,  strongest, most hnlliant and most reliable of all home dyes. Diamond Dyes  never disappoint; tliey give perfect le-  sults; they save Lime and money.   <  A new Dye J3ook, -15 samples of/dyod  cloth and full rimiie of riewf designs of  the. Diamond Dye Mab'and Rug Patterns will lie sent free if you send your  address to Tlie Wells'&"ltiehardsciii  Co., J-.in.ited. 200,Monnia'in Ut., Mont-  ien'1-P. Q. -;-  ... d .  'IIJUUIDAY.  PiPshytcry met at 9 a. m. Dr.  llcrdnian, superintendent of mission1-, attended.  Home mission report vvas discussed. Two new districts were created, Arro \h":t(l and Glenemina,  and the following appointments  made: Ashcroft, Rev. Li. Boyle;  Arrowhead. Licv. T. S. (Jlassford;  H.irki'i villc. Iicv. A. Cameron;  Cariboo road, student; Clinton, or;  'dainod minister; Glcnuiiinia, student; Illocnliuaet, W. L. Parr;  ICelovviu:, Iicv. C. Foote; Lumby, li.  II. Scott; Nicola, Kev. (J. Mason;  North Bend, Liov. J. Laing; North  Thompson, T. 0. Miller; Princeton,  Hew P. I). Muir; Quesnulle, .1. W.  K. I'nlicilsnn; Salmon Ann, Kev.  \\\ K. Could; I'eiichland, Kev. C.  While, ii. A., Trout Lake, Kev. (!.  W. McCnll.  Kev. Di. H-ji'dniaii suggi-slcd  niini^tci-i v isitingCiMiei-al Assenilily  In- luiiiu'Muil to conic out a week  alioail and tint pulpits be thnivvn  open lo llicni so Ihuy might get  sonii* idea of lhe work of thu church  in Iho wosl.  vi ii:i(.vio.\ hi:*��������� m.\.  lii-'porlH of Manitoba tJollegc aud  SUCCESSFUL TRIP.  J.   Di Sibbald Interests   Eastern  Capital In Big Bend.  ���������J. D. Sibbald returned Monday  morning from a trip to the east extending over  two  months   vvith  a  GLUBBING OFFER  The Kootenay Mail  ci AXO  Winnipeg Weekly Free Press  .Sent free to .inyaddioss  lor ii year for  S2/75 -"  .Special set of 12  pictures given with  Free Pros-.  T  M1E i\H5DIOAriMVATERH of Halcyon a ic the most curat ivc in the  woi Id. 'A'perfecl, ii.iliu.il remedy for  all Nei veins, and Muscular'diseasci,  Liver, Kidney "and Stomach-ailments  iind. Metallic Poisoning. A sure ciire  for "Thai. Tiled Feeling." .Special  rates oil will boats and tr.uns. Two  mails, ,-u live and elep.nl every, d.i>\  Telegraph coiiniiiinic.il ion vv'illi ,ili  'parts of the vvoild. An experienced  niassiinger.   ' ,       '   .  Halcyon Hot 'Springs  ���������'     -r'Arrotii LaRe.'H, C..  ',      .i     ,      '���������    <      "    J. LAUGHTON,  Proprietor,  REVELSTOKE; B  ' o- - (  This hotel is now open fcii', the  acconitnodation ol   llie Iravelling  public. '-It is lhe most conveniently situaled hotel in Llio til v, living  nl the corner of Fiist Sticel and Connauglit Avenue, in tin; lieni I, ol  i< the business portion ofyihe city, convenienl lo  railway station and  post olTie-e.   ' ->.--,-  J ,ii  -First' Class Accommodation and Table. -.  - Best Brands of Wines, Liquors anil Cigars.  6<K):o:OH>bJo-o-o<)^>oo<>^ o-6  Send address and subscription to  ICOOTENAY MAIIi,  Reveistoke.  view to interesting eastern capital  in the Kevelstokc and McCullough  Creek Hydraulic Company. He  reports having had a very successful trip, and having enlisted leading  eastern capitalists in thc enterprise,  with assurances of all the capital  required.  The company is now in a position  to proceed actively with its operations in spring. The successful  flotation of the Reveistoke and McCullough Creek Company will do  much to assist the promotion of  other enterprises in the Bend.  BILLY. WILLIAMS,  WHOLESAIjE DEAJJCU IN"  OYSTERS AND CLAMS  1 (dHELLKU OR UNSHEIjLEU)  201 Can all ^t'       VANCOUVER, J3. C  THE CITY EXPRE  ,    E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  REVELSTOKE B. C.  It.inning Ihivmch Arrowhead. Thomson s  Laiiillniriiiifl Coiiuipl.'v, coiniiie-iiciiiK Ovl. llll.1  IIUI. will -ml ,i-, rollovv', (vvi'iillier iicrniilllnKl:  I.c.-iVo Ai-riivvliwul fiii-u'rii()iiisruiV Ijili'lin^  mill Coiiiiipli-c lvvli-(.ilnl]>'at I Ok. niid 1.1k.  I.C.1VO C'oiii-ipllv niid J'lioin-on-- lJi'ndiiiK foi  Arru1lvl.e-i.il.t,vv.ccd!ill} al 7.I5U. nnd 12.1'ik.  .Mukinj,' clij-c LOlinrfclloiH viilli all (J. 1*. II.  Irnlin unci bo.iN,   ���������      '        .  Tliu iivvncr-i K-ia-vo llio i-IkIiIIo cliant'c li.not  of s-.iillng-, u itliom not Ic i).  THI* I-'IIEIJ 1I0IIINS0N liU.MMI'.llCO. Ij'TlJ...  .    I'. llOHINSOX.  '      '     AIiiiiiii'Iii-'lilrcclur,  OOSAN STEAMSHIPS  ��������� , r  ,Itoyal Mail Lines,  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ' AlibAN IiIXK-Kioiii Si. .'olin. '. ,(  I're-lciii-iii ...'. . '.  '. i'o!. ���������.'.-"  Xiiiiilclliin           , '.."Vliircl.  7,"  l'.ii-1-.mn .. ., ' ,..."v|,ucli 14  ���������roi.iiin-   ..: ; r ..-..,' Mmuh-ji  Conntlil.il).-. *vl.iix-li 2*)  -  J'O.MINIUX I.IN'K���������Kioiii Ho,ton.,  ,    >*  Morion . ..'  ,    ,.  . .-.Te-b. -Jl"  -   heavei: ijixic-i'-ioiiist. Jciiin: ���������   -   *  Uike Cliainpluin,.'., Vn\s. tl  l,.iko Ontario ���������  M.-iicli   i:(  l..ike Krie    March -Jij  WiriTK S'I'All l.lXE-riom Xevv Yolk.      ,  Ccclric...1 ,,.- Kcb. "25  Celtic :... ? .March 4  Oce-iuiic '   '.'  .     ..,M(iicli 11  Oe-rinnnlc .March IS" "  Cednc    ,".     .'.i> March 2.5  Pa-.eiifrers ticketed lliroiiK'. to all pnrls of  GrcnL iirimin and Ireland, and nl specially low  rate-, to all pints of the Eui-oiu-aii com...cm.  Apply to nearest railway or -icani-hip agent, or  to .,   ���������  T.   Vf. BKADSHAW,1 Agent,' Ilcvolstokc.  W. P.' F. CUMMINGS. Pacinc Ag-en't.  ��������� WRAPPING ' PAPER  AND  PAPER BAGS.- ���������' ���������  & ,   '  Tlie.K'eiftti-Miiiy .Mail ha-,,been  'appointed agent for one of  the lamest .Canadian , Paper.  Mill-.   "  "vYiappiiig  fm pei s'in   roll.- or '  lint,   and  papc*r bag*,   oi all  .weight* and si/Cv supplied to  -order printed or imprinted., ,  'Kooteiiay | Mail: Reveistoke.  b.iirg.ige,  . rioinpt delivery of parcels,  etc., to any part of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  ,,._--- Undertaken.   ���������  All order*-, left at K. .W. Sun.tlie's-  Tobacco Stotc, oi by Telephone, No. 7  vvill receive prompt attention.  GOLDEN.  The Laborers Co-operative  To Be  Re-organized.  igP'hc f-nmo company inle-nds completing it-i smelter and testing it. The  tioud l.uclc niine, opcinted by the  company, continues lo look well.  The l���������ilioieis (lo-opeiativo As-oci-  alion have .iluiuloned tlieii co oper-  .itive stoic enterprise and aie .ii'i.mg-  ing lo lease tho tlolden rfini to Editoi  Kh.ii ne.  Ai riiiigenients aie being made for  t lie iiiiinlgamation of the l.iiboieis Cooperative and one of the companies  opeiatiug un Ice liver, thus making a  lingc ainoiinl of capital .ivailiibli1 for  deve'lopniuiiL   work.    I.'ndi'i'   tlie   new  DO YOU WANT $65     -    ���������  PER MONTH WITH  QUICK ADVANCE?  If so lea. n telegraphy.  The V. P. It. engaged another Pitman's College graduate al $C5  per month.  Good operators in demand.  College specially fitted vvitli insliii-  lllL-llt.-.  Begin at one.    Constant practice.  Fees���������Monthly.  Pitman's Business College.  Opposite Hotel Vancouver  Wing- Chung's newly im-  ' ported, stock   of Chinese  ! and Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  1 landed   in   Reveistoke   of  useful     and     ornamental  articles:  I'lovici Pol-.  Unibiell.iSliii.tl-.  Iiiinel. B.iokets  SiiiukniK-I.icl.c-t-,  Sill,- (JooiN.  Tea sen ices -  Plates  ]<a<ikcts  C'.me Ch.i.is  iriindkcicliiefs  .  GOLD JS-ISII  !'*.nc-=t slock of candies and fmil in town.  Front Street, Reveistoke  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS. ^  Newly   built.      First-class .in every respect..    All modern convenience.-.  Large Sample Rooms.       - '  Rates $1.50 per Day ^    Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel/ Trout   Lake,  under  same   management.  HOTEL   LARDi   ,��������� COMAPLIX e  t&t&tihtihii?tii?tihti?tihti?fil?tih  ti?  ti?  ri?  ti?  ti?  :  (���������������> '''"._  eh   The Best House in Town.    -    Well Furnished    -    Good table  ~ *    *      v_** ���������  fn      Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  %     t W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  ti?wtii?'ti?ti?ti?tinti?ti?ti?tinfi?tih  tin  yi?  ������|,  f*l  (A,  tin  ti?  tin  (fa  Does Your Food Distress You ?���������  tt  PRINTING.  KOOT15NAY     MAN  ,1011  rniii-:  -L Pi inting Depai tment is equipped  Willi Lhe latest and best, machinery,  and a large n-sortiiieiit of fashionable  type faces. We solicit, orders for nil  kinds of |n inting���������no job being too  huge and none Ion small. (J.ii'eful .it-  tention is given all work, and satislac-  lion guaranteed. A trial older vvill  convince you thai it pays to have your  piintinu done at. lhe Kootenay .Mail  i.fliic, Revel-loke.  '   UNION  ..CIGAR FACTO  BRANDS^^nssSS^^-  "Our Special" & "The Union.',  H. A. BROWN PROP.  REVELSTOKE,      -      ���������     B. .G  ORIENTAL   HOTE  cr.  'ably furnished with the choicest thc market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a day. ,   Monthly rate.  ALBEET      STOITE,      PEOI  Olio Block from CPE Depot  and Stoamlioat Wharves  Itc furnished and Kc-modclcd  Rates $1.50 to $2 per clay  PATENTS  Trademarks  _       and Copyrights  *��������� ohlaincd in nil (.ountucs.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mee-lii.nic.il     Ki.mincer    nnd      IIi.uikIiIsiiiiiii,  J3.ink  of  Jl. N*. .\. lliiildniKs. Il.isliiiK's Sl.ecl  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A iiosLciiid will seeino .in cveninii; nppriini  nient for those who ciiiiniil e-nll iliiini}? Ihuil.i}-  Mining & Legal Purposes  Tiansfois, Options, Powers  of Attorney. Statutory Declarations. Proxies, etc., can  he obtained at the    " (  ..Kootenay Mail Office..  Are you nervous-?  Un you feel older than vou,used lo?   '  la your appetite poor?  Is voiii-  Longiie  coated   wiih   ;i slimv,  yel!ovvis-|i fin?        ' -       ' ���������  Do ynu li.ive'dizzv.spells?  Have you a bad table in Lhe mouth?;.-, .  Doe- your  food  come up after,eating.  vv ith a .-our laste?        ' ' '   '  Ifiive you .i sensation of fulliies's aftei  cuing? *" -.; ���������  ,  Dn vou have lieiirthiiin?  Do vou belch gas or vvind?  Do you have excessive tl.ir.-t?  Do you noticed.!,itk specks before the  eyes?  Do yon have pain 01 oppies.-ion around  I he* lio.irl?  Does your lie.ni palpitate or   bent irregularly'- ,       .  Do you have iinplea-auL dieanis?  Are you constip.-iLed?  Do v (i-ii-limbs Irenil'le in-v ibiiile?  Ai-i1 you leslle-s at mglili'  N.v.vu:   Ajre     Oc'ciipiilkiu   .Street number     Town.   ,    .Slate   If you have any or nil of llie above  .-ymiitcim- you piohahly have Dvspep-  si.i. Kill in t!ii".i!iovc- blank,'-end to  ti---. and we will until vou it five 11 ial of  Pl-JI'SIKOI.A TAHLKTS -liriciueslion-  ably tin- suiesL and s.ife.-t Dyspepsia  cure known��������� tost*!her vvilii oui lilile  bonk���������'  1  in.ul. nr of youi druggist.  AGENTS WANTED.  Kifik���������"Advice to Dy.-peptic--."    Rpgu-  ir.-i/.e Pepsiki.la   T.ililet-. 2o ce-nls,  Ijy  THi-  LAXAKOLA C0.MPANV.  I.* Vi>i:y Siiruirr MOW" VOKfv  Corner Granville &. Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,  B. C.  Standard remedy tor Gleet,  Gonorr'iocs and Runnings  IN 40 HOURS. Cutis Kidney and Bladder Troubles.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished  with all Modern Conveniences.  ^ Cook's Cotton Root Compound  . ***( 1= -ucec���������fully nmvl monthly hr over  vj1J10,ilo01j.'idlc-. Salc.clTcclunl. I.ai'l'esosk  >.���������5ourilrii!.'KKtforCooK-3 Coilon Ruol Con-  pouod. lake no other, aanll Vllxluros-, ptlls nnd  ImUa'-loiisarodnnfteroai Trice,No. l.Jlpcr  U>s:>o. a;,]0dcBtic-i-troiit;or,J3|."r box. Ko.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price nnd two s-(  Etamps.    Tlio Cook Coiiipanv V, .iKlsor, On������.  ,-,   r?/~JiOS. 1 andasoldaiidrceoiiimcudcd by all  Rooms in Suites roil It Baths  and   Toilets allailud. ll oiling Ilo!  If   ll   11/   i r       ' J     '/'   ��������� /  i 1      tl     .     f *        /.'//./ j,    l ���������?/-.-������ us. i anci'-'Solcl and reeoi.-m  ana Lota Mutter, Inside  loi /els on each floor, (ms Lighted and' responsible Druggists in cauado.  Steam  Healed 'Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,        ���������        GOLDIfN, 13. C.  iS-cnt  FS  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.    B.    WELLS9  Exporter of Purs.  No  1 in i Xo J ii  I".   \!������-j. .in.l ..' II.  Vliller ,v   (',.   .ili.l  . UiUi-vi-K  -o'.i .il lie  I -ul.i' 1.-, VV  in.l.l.   lltll-  II I,ll.l- I.v V.  1I(..-. >..\.  ,\   P.rnl: Co.  Wood's Pho3jj_.od!a_,  J. H.  COMAPLIX  YOUNG,        -       -       -       Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquois and Cigars.  Tivivdlcrs  to   Fish Creek will find i-N'cellenl  at this Hotel.  accommodation  _ _M       5,'!f Great Er.tfiJ, TwJ'i-  rSfffiSli     Sold md rccoiiimcLd.d lij-n*;  -tl drugpiDls in Can.-d!i. O-iiv ri.Ii-  '.\>c!Vv\-AC "t'io lne-diel-.o (li?c<,\eiad.   Six  "t" tpr^Sr eBiTJw'.'.'jt' giicmutecd t\i euro all  forms of .-'e'cual ^i-akncsq. nil effects of atr.'so  .orcxecsj, Mc-nti.I Worry, rxec^ive uwof'Ic^  , Uacco. Opium or Stimulants. Mallod on reccipi  of price, one package ?1. sir, $$.  One will lAcase.  nzietflcure.   I'amph.'ets free to any address.  Tie ���������Wood. Comjiany, Windsor, Oat.  Wo'iuV I'lio-l-uninvK is =i.ld in llcve-Istoke  bv i; ui.iil.i I.rue' & Hook- Co.. .1. .V. Miller & Co  find *������\. Hew-nnd by Frank IT. Abey at Trout,  Lake, DrnccijK  v-  r  i .  ..'"'I'  ,^|  ' .      'ilf I ���������;���������*>���������;���������  Wi:  0^  are  '..--.'.'��������� ��������� '.-'���������', ..- '���������'���������'���������"(.  ��������� AA'r--   .'���������? ' ������������������'���������  ;ioo|in|  AfXfs^AifffAXfsffy^f.  A\: AfX, i f ?yp ii" ?? w bii 1 tlyeiu'fytlia'L  yylyi-isdlGqu^^  :id#'dd:XSB^  .!-.���������'\:,V ���������: U Ti' L?id:  .'?'    d  ^   ..!?    ': : ^,d ;'  . - -1 'd-'���������..' .',    " !'���������'.' 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I h (j?  iss'iie?bf;i,li(-yivbbteiiiiy7JIiiil:f)f,l?i-!i:77ili-  SiKiiecld?Rol)bi-ld^/ni)piiiir?d?vvil.lieiiit?vlns_  anLlibiity:fydliy0payiiN;AYf^^  turna  MQM9MfSfB  saley:iVeyrcquestedytbyselib;;S  -fbi-bfyMiu-bliysl'Olld  nptyturiiM^  j la lid bclltqyLHqyb cisp |j-yil>?8dd53s5MSiSdiS  :TA������;L()lpyyfRQlliS^  MiiSA:  At  iUs.i7??HI0NRIya?vrOIjyiiii;KOTi!lNn*ItU7  -V?>'.Sfe-???sSy;?ybANADA;y????^y?y!?-,?777  dypj tpviNCi'; ;'6i"yi5it n;ist 1 bpij ltmi11 a:???  'Kii������S\*Aun#ir?yiijytiidGi-iiceyofl.G  -.United Ivii.Kdoni of Groat, 1'riuiiiiiiiid Iroliinil  : "nnd of the BiitiKli Dominion^ beyond the Seiis  5y|Kinir,;!Dofoiaiei'Cf t!lo>iTiiith,yctc;,-ctc;,-(!tc:yrt::  :t'6'.biii-'fiil'tiiVid tlio Jlcnitiiiis"! cleci,c(l?t6-:K'er.ve  '"yihllioTjc-KiKlnUvo'Assembly of Oiirvl'i-ovinco,  (���������'"of Ui-iti8liC!oli.nibla?'iil oui-City'oCyVlclbriii;'  'A��������� G111 * kti .n ci;?.: 7;y?;;a7;;yS yyy.. -: 3, 'Ay<Ay jiAsWa  'ffXXfiMiociff^il^AAXf^  'Dciriiily:Altornoy-Gendi'iil.'/'ii VJtsaro .desirous  aiid; rosolved: n������ ynoony lis niiiyi 1.6. to meet o.ir  iicople of,On ri I'riivlnco; ofyH.'il.Wh Coliiiiibia,  und to have ihelr iidvlco In Our -Jjoijlsliitiit'u: --''  ;y^O\V:;ICNO\\': YU7llmtfor.divers ciiiiscsuud:  eoiisldei'iil.inns, anil laklng:Into consldcnUJon  llii. oieso und convoiitenco of Our IdvliiKSi.b.leictK  ,W(i have; IIioiikIi!,;; Ill,, by.iind ;vvl| lil.liu advice  of OuivKxecnil.lvo Uouiicll.y'Kihei'obyJcouvoko:  and b.v'llicrfo'iire.sontK!:;i!ii.|(iliiiyoi.i iiiid each of  '.viiii.'T.tliatj^iryriiiiiwliiyiv.tliciii-tvvcilftli'yalay.'bf.  -iMiiruli^uiiu'tliuiiHiiiiil.iilnci'JiuiKlrucl^iiiiil'.tlifue,-:  you ineel. Us Iir Our hii id Li-BiSlului-o or I'lirllii-  nieiii'ot Oui- siiidyl'i'ovliicciil/Oui'i Cll.y of -Vlor  t;oriii,?i''OUVriIl<:;i)ISI,A'l'OII',OI.'7<llUSlNKSS.'  to trout., do, net nnd coiiuludo upon llioso UiIiiks  vvliiehfyin;yOiir tljOKisl'.iliii'e of lliu.l'i'ovincuof  Hiitlslii;C'olu.iihlii,"hy, llio Coin.linn Council! of  Oiirsuld'Province iui.y,���������*l*yi:llio7;fnvoi- ot God,'  :bo-oi-(liiillcd;?F;^i-;^?r;:;;nft;r:;i>~ --ssiA^yikysAj:  ���������>lN! TusTiMONV^Wiiuiinoi'"W'e" hiiv6'"oiiused  ?ii;?7lhose Our. Letters l.o 'he Hindu I'lilciil.und  .y;V,7'l.lio GrciitSeulof Our'siiid I'rovlnccyti) ;be  ;a?:?;yy horeuiiio'iiiiixcd!;'*������;:������y;yfS::y'fe^  fgiyyyAViTNKsss'aaiieyyuioiioiirableiSiry^lKNiii  y;y?ty;:G i;STAv;K,'a oi.v,;i)|.:;'1j(,)TIiini kiik: K.C. *il:G.'  ?:''i-iiy?LiC!Ut,eiiiinl.-G()V'ernoi'()f'0(.rsiit(l I'rovliieo  .??,::; ofJirilish Cciluii.bii'i:-: iil.iOuiv-CIove'1-iiiiieiil:  yy;?;';MI(iusoyiin;:;.Oiiry;Oil,y ofSA'ieloriiii'in Our  'vj'���������Sv'siiicl I'.-bv-inee?this'tlilrtecntli day of Feh-  ?fy7f:yriiiiryr in;tbii year of Otlr* I.brd bne Uious-.  ���������ij^*:--iiiiilJ?:i.iiicV^liiiiidn6(l������iiii(l,.tl.i,c6,,.iiiicLliiU.liO:  y:Jyy?i;Uu.i;dyyeiiiyofyqin?iteii'ii:;^y???7i?i7;Typ|:"?^  ;7:?v-y?5i?;i'";'liy.!b(jiii'inffi  ^MiAiMSiiiAXif}}��������� Ws&Bin}, ^i||??S  -dy?yiii'init'y71'r()viimml;lSeereliiry?y  !tSidersy'ftr^?Liwiised^  yDbminiorisLal'ls'ahHheyErbvince?-?  7|d?yFy i rH\v&Q cl0 i 'nWfa di y d|;c[Xi a n t j 13j7|  fe^||i^ui|e^i|p^Hs^������rd^  avH lu^^i^'pa?Qi^pKe^t*1rliK  l|i||lj||||M||B  siiSCtSi:  BREEDING-FOWLS FOR SALE.  AsA:A ti vv; "Gf cii d e ii?'J3 iilld.0 i-jii rigt b ri sy; an d;  Gblden?Biill;tLeglibrdcqckerelsi^^  .blii'aii?f(->Hnext'yOyd!iv-s.y?y?y;yyddd?y;d'?i  yyyEggs i oi 7h ii tbh iii g < i 11 y^ba sqii iydddiS?;  fffXMffff:if$fiffA  yy?"y?ydy?y?-?-?7y?:?r?'"??'l?eiiLici,bii;?B;yO:?'7  AWMMMWitfedi  AAAiifAmx^fiMfff  tii bilico iii the Govvaii Jilbcky^ 7Hb lias  bceii7?:ipdbintcd?:-i!gciVty?i6rf?:tlie;?yaii^  'la.^teI-ii7(iyQseniiteyI;'iirk)y'sqiVgyy' Siin-.;  ;|lnnb?'yEciuliyGbqk:;yyreCitatiopd;i  ?Ri-uce;;duct=^vibf!!iy;;a!.;d?;ftrgaii);^  .iiieda^:"and;:"Eq}jert;'?i'nidtrqqS:yiiia  ���������iaii'te'rti^iJCqqmlcE'a^  ciift:rusd?*-dte'<ldy:W!,'i^  7tlic;'i;oysybi?;tlifei  m  'Ta  a:  '!?'  Xx:iXifjixfpcKEr.AiX.f.\yf-.  i'-yX:      VKKMbX VS. KKVKI.sTOKK. '���������  Tlicy.Vcrnoii teani caiiie over to'Rev-  clstoketo try tlieir luck with the boys  here on Thursday, after beating K'aui-  loop.s on Wednesday, i-vcning. About  I'.O. people 111 rne-d out  tu ..see the gaiiic  .���������vvliicii was. very evenly (diitesteil.  ��������� y Wi Hew.'- was livvny the best player  r.n the ice-, am! saved tlie Itevelstrike  L'.iiil titu" and again.���������' Yonion |iut, ii.  iiig.li shivtioi- I be Reveistoke goal',  vvliicii Alliini faile-d If. see,'an"'!'scored  llie iir.-tgoal. ���������;������������������:.'.  ... .lust before half time Vernon added  another, making the- score '���������!���������(>. '���������������������������  ��������� On restarting, iievelstokfj: did some  hard workyto beat .Sawyer but. ciiilil  not score. Vernon played and won a  hard game, the .score.-not. being altered.  Chambers acted'as referee.  CURLING.  J" 11 curling 'Scotland - (lirovvii skip)  beat all-cohiers (J'inkliain skip); three  rinks married are ahead against three  rinks single; Douglas jwon the Green  Curlers, defeating McLean and Walker;  J'ossland rinks played two local rinks,  Brown defeating Jtae 10-C, and l'ink-  liain beat Ctimitliers J0-7.  T)ii?:T,iiSday?'even iir  .L.i..,..,..^: ���������,:���������:..  -..,,- ���������. ������������������ ..:-....,.,  :.-���������.,7fj?:?'Api*\y?!lnifdyfiWels6?ndl^  eouvei-.Lngineei-iqgyW orics, riia.kersy;_oij���������v.j,^Vjyse-bf ".th'"eii-:f^endsd-���������.'J,-Iic3"���������"party,Ir:  liydraulicypipe/y f>;iya.y?yyilt: .give;mmfjoritffffWXofx0nXii  ;is (is?vvell vvorl.li a  .':....... ,..,"-..-.���������:, ...'..;���������, I^-......   V:-  y^visi r.'iis < an ~ arty; gnl;.  rieiy?;-; Thoy J e vvelei;  : an il 7 Si! yci- ? S. n i 111S  i;?Vrl'isyoiie ������ofi:i;tlii?  y oldest iind finest; its  ?prociiietibns7iiiiion'e;  ytlib. nioslexquisite.'  ?if svi'cli, 1 li 1 ngs :y n re  y not "artistic" thej-...lii-e;  'A fiittlb;yaliie??7:''y?  It tent 1011 ;tp; this.; 7?>y; -y.?-??.;. :?:yr?y.;y  ? ?R ?:i Lq vv son ? ifc'i.?.Cq::' yarc ex tending  'tlieiiy^biisiiiessyyand liavby iirrangbdtq  ;i(ld'?:;'tciyi their"? present':���������. furniture ?stqi-e  '.tli'q buil(lin'g;iprmei-l}'?'iDSC,upiedd!y:the  KboTEy.v.d^f:vir..y Thisybuildingiwill  !*c fitted u p: for, a.; house yfiini isli ing, de-  ?partmeiuy iiv vyliich;vvi'll:,;lJe;y shown; ii  litrge stocj-'y of, carpets, Iiribl.e.rini's', aii-'l  libuse funiisliingsyy? ?'?' ; ? '? ?  ���������: dforacc'-Miiiining 'ii-iidimported .oi.i'c  of the inost up-to-date'pbaiiiit roasters.  It is^^operated by.ygitsolineyyvviUivrevel vihg. roaster, so as tbsecurc foi-tbe  contents evendiend,-:iind there is a re-  coptacle above where  the  roasted- peanuts .pan be . ke-i.t liqt to  serve to customers. ���������There is .'also-.a.  little'steiiiii'"boiler aiid?whistle. yThe  appiiratiis is liiost (ibmplele iind Mr.  Manning is iising it t(i ���������secure for liis  eiistom'ers ?wlioy. ���������appreciate- a-'- good  thing an i-.vei-'-.re.'i(ly- stof:kof ro.-iMt'ed  peanuts: ' 7   , '���������.  Social and Persona!  ���������'���������   "Fred   Rfiliiiisfii.  yesterday-..  this  W.  di:  V.'. I.eM.tistre.   |-r-ttin.e<  week-I'rqni n trip iVritosslinid,.  'I-'. ,'!'. Cong'loii. nf Nova Si-otin, will  ���������be appointed gfivo.riii/.r of the. i iikon.  .Mis:. Mi'l.eiin i-r-t'iirncfl .Miis' wcek  ���������froni n visit to her brotlmr. It. .R. Mc-  I.Ciiii at llueks.  Mrs.' I'enzei-.vvifc of thoHvell-kiiOwii  G. I'. R. conductor, is on a visit In her  sister,.JMns. VVai-nei-. '  K. .1. Iliimplireys returned this'week'  after attending the funeral -qf bis  father in Maiiitobn.  Mrs. -A.  X..- Smith ���������.and    family  turned   Thursdii.y    Lo   ngaiii? take  their residence in   Reveistoke.  Miss  Sibbald   is  on ' a   visit, to  e!rove?:asy-fai?: as.:yLoiizo's 'yranch,?.';:������'nd;  tbenpe 'ryiieynierry party : vyas?-t;aken ytb  tliey-d^Appy :0'be'?? i>n?;?:McKe!)zro  iivdnufi, vvliqid tliedycnirigdas cdiqyed  iii -progressive;? crock! nole. ,?Miss;Lil lie  DavidvvoiiylirstFpmd?iiird 7Mrs7Siiavv  secon<by?l\l!e'ia;i-geiity.gefi.t.ie-b!iu;dvoii^  iiie������������������--smVi Ili-st ?��������� prize?? yTbeise'y; preseirt I  yvvCre: ,yNfesfliti'iies?:ftbavy,yyEydfiickspi  K.'-iii. [fbqlwii!iii?Deiii.?At-isses ratrick; j  liaviS; T>. Bmith, :;;.'i\dair-,--;... Cor ley, A. |  iiuek, -M'ciPiiacldoii;;? M7.Bfibky?.lviu!iier,  Svyift,; Bell. Jtonmn.ySii\vycr,,Anderson.  TJeiit/Xin-i-es-'A^idbrsoiv'iintt-.-.Caiiipl.H!]!;  Messrs. R?.Iaeksoiiy 7L .RiSbrtW.?]-". Ii.  packngesof I'lfobley?. R. M'7'Sn.iyt!i'c,'?'''M'.'' Crawford.  \V". A'."idbtd?Ret!ibke, ylioycl,' (Ifirq. . ,  Kearus. Stringer? dVlhi-11, .,'-\V.-.I!i.'Vvs, '  Aii(lei-S'7-i. .���������Wiqkens: y-.-Nbrris,-. -Saxtoil,y  Meltetlii !l.:?Hows, Hell.; Oampiw!!, i  (ioiigli, ���������-llViiiaiflsfin,.,, K. ?rvvee(!diile?A: I  Gnivv.' -.\w\. yKiinpp. , the ���������.���������'"���������;A'pp'y ;���������  '(.line'"������������������b'i.iys .proved tlieinselvM: e**('d- !  lent: lifisis';' 'After.���������'s'ingiiig " 'I'lif-v' ni-ey  vlolly .Goofl Follows; " tiie crowd enjoy-?  eH'ii'nf'l.he'r'.lirisk'y/t'rive ciich ' t������v their j  respective domed��������� Tlivi.ii.ve.eli.erit buieli j  vvas (irovidiy-fl-by I he- chef of the " 'Ap.py j  'Onied Sing. Aft'-i-, bineli' Wii's... served j  tlie giif-sts had tlie honor ,of being i.'i- |  trod need to Sing;        ���������?���������:���������' !  left,   fn-.-    tbfi  'C.-jast.  J^g^fl^itisli^li^ia^^pg  S'''i';ALKntTKNDl':iis?yiiiiti'essw  Yiiiid^jl'ILies;--Uri.ncli;;I*!o(iiii-i 111 enti.'bt/r.Llio In-::  lori6i,..^r-riri'tl':;'riiirii,kp<riv"otiSLho"'ciivoldiic!.^*^..'Tcii-.:  der fbr'I'i.nber/Ilcrtl.No:i;:i:i:!,'?vvill-lieyroceived'  ut) this-������������������'���������Iloimrtiiiciit'-; 1111 tiliiioon '.'oii^Vecliibscliiy:-,  l.lie':iSt.h?IVliireh,-;i!IO:i;;Sfor;yii:yylicensoy;ioyycul.;  'tiiiib"or'oii?Ilci:tli':N6'.--':B3,^rcbiiiirrisiii-{V:-i?,Ulb6kso  ;'cbiitiiiiiiiiB',ii.'tbtiilyai'eiPot;2')S(ji^  ; ;-]'loel?l?-?Sitiii.te;bn'.Tbrdifii";iliv'e'r"'aiiilyriiiiiiT.  i.Vg?37.iiile3?iip*'tlie"riv-er;fro'ii.;T.'B;-7l vviU."ii"  ivvidtb'of lialf a,niilo on eiicii^sidciofyriver^iiyyi:;::  ffllilbiik 2.Si.iSlt.iato onyAkolklex Creek luiclvrui)-;  ning.limiles upistreninfi'oiii.lhe.Noi'tirjCiisLerly:  li.nh; of T7B.illSftvv-ithVii^widthyof one hiileybn;  eiicli-sido of said;creek���������'Aiii:AiA:Aiiii:A"sAAArA:yisS.  iyyllloek:i. y'Situato.i.iny'tlib^'i-eiu- bf:T: II 112 b.i  :the;Coliinibia'lUveriind!.-u.ii.ii.j;:i niilbs::Nortli'  '.Westerly���������.���������from South,boundary of niilvriiy^*3ult.i  ���������AviUi*a-deptli;of;oiic;inilcy''>^a;^ys?;i!tv!':~-;������;i^  ''-.niock.l:;;..Sit.uateyy;oii;s,McIJoiii;all'-;:Ci-oflk,'j;a':  'ti-ibutci-jyof ll'ish lUver,'aii(t;riiniiiii(r;2 miles up';  Creok'froiii;lhc.V\rc.sterly.limit o������;.T.v.U.';liV2 vvitli';  ;iiyvvi(ltli:brii!i!������{a:SniilosfOii7ye!ieliy;:sidc'?ofi.:  ?,-.'Bloek:5.T'-Sitiiatb;;oii;ii'isli-Itive"r?':>ahclfiiiiiiihg:  aniiieRup.slreanvfroinitho.iii.pery-liniit'of.T.yi).':  ;1.52.vvilli aWvidthofliiilfriiiiiileonbaehrysidoaof;  Slli(t:l,ivcr.-:,<By-ii:-i^;;o:'v:4.raiiiSri���������i':'5;''iv"i';ir;7"4fe:^^^^^  yy'The: rcgiilationsuiiclor.;;vvlucli';iv.ylibense;will  be:.|ssiied;yiilso ,printccl form of:tender a.iclen-;;  'volope?nu y>bobbtainc(l,'at this IJepartnient'or,  lit: tiic-blUcb of ytheyCi-bvvnyT'ii.ibbi--; Agent at^  Ncw:Wbstnii.istor.y..%yy;:;yiyyryy:?:'-7y-?7yy?y?;S;  W]&iciiiiciiclbr"niiist"bc':rn-cc-oiiiiianiocl?.'by'aii'rioV:  ecpteci:cliequb':;oi."a?eliiirtere(l:b!iiik:in;favbur;.  ;bf the Deputy of,tlic)Jlini.stei'.yo[;:t,lio;:Iiitcrior,':  foi-tlie aiiiount of Llie, bonus:1 wliich'tlieyiippli-.  cant is prepared tb pay.-for.-ii license: yyyyyy.":������������������:��������� ?;;  ���������' ;No tender by teleicriipli vvill be bntortaincd. :o  7?:7?y:77cddd:;''dKR*jKyy(3:rkiiYl-Sr::;^;y7y  . :,;:.(;���������;, :;,..y.y7X|jvl:yyy..,::;,.v'i:y .y&.y y _y Secretary;::;-;  Dbpart.nentof the I.itdrior,--1 yy' yyy-yy-yy-y  ���������:������������������:: OttavvayFebruary (Illi.lOT.    ;i:r:' ;7?y; <!;':';  AA'A:A.i..Ws<#g:AAA:  iAAXAXmfA'A  'ii--:i;!,J|^;!;;;;e  1 ���������'���������: d !��������� -/  IB??         -r-vij.--ii_-    ���������--- ���������     ������������������ ������������������������������������' ������������������������������������ .?.??-:���������:????<77'ffi-jydy7d;  lfffyin|th|^Go5on^tion^  ^������ J^?-yt Hfe ye m i ii ^eif t ?'i? G o n.trii 11^ d q f d;l| 0 ri cl q ii ^y E; n g?l a 1V ^1 an cly ^ J-df S'w?  |iiffeliei|IiisiIi|TW  wi  A-A  iiisti  ft  ^^s^prtpieip;tgi||^  vij::Siiu'scrv;e'(i''sim  ;stbi-e;(iii^lbiiday,7l^l)?j)tliyy������])bii't?fai  Aviiddlb:.b(!ilis'!q>ii(unled^  JI'W'O llosldoiiees on? MulCiinstlav'A venue,rfvv-lt .  ;;:.::���������,inbdurn iinpre.'yeiiibiil.s, ^'.fiOO.'Ciicli, oi.'e-i.sjy  yy;dLe>'niH;yy:������y;y:?yy?y7yyi?y?::^  ;i:\\*bi'iiesiiieiicesi'oiiVI'liiri?y,fre(ii?'eiis'ivyvbi'^  ,;(;,;conveiiient'Jfor; riiilvviiy:.!inen,7;$l,S(IOyciiieht:  7??;ei.Hy-U)rnis..?y;7:ddy?-yic?:y-?#:?;'"?yd?dS'y;  ;.bNI"7l{esideifbbbii?l''irsty!-&  Av;..l*;--.*l'-ii Irctl; ���������goUO.'Kii bj uul>;'t pyi ��������� 1 ortBiiBo:';.*-.!*^'-^ !-;S;T..';,  id 11 a 1 iv*kY?iiicp a ^ii^t-^i'MI^^H������  y^,y/.  NOTICE.  'si:  l'ICI*?is7lierbl.y7.riyei.?Uiat::l.l.lrl.y:(liiyi'.  _ iiirter/diil.bl'iiil.dndlo a|i|ily.; Ib'-tlic. I lonor-i  j 11 >l<i71,11 u":C11 i6f"<-0111111 isisi011 ur- bf'-i:'.l,nnds'aiid  AV'orks for a:sj:eeiiil ���������licenseyroycutj.aiiib'yciirryi  iivv-iij-.'tiiiilier Iron, the foliovviiu,'deserilied l.-inds.-  iii.l,lie;l!igyiiLii(l:;y:Disl.riet7.ybf;:\Vc.sl,:,'K(iol,cnay:..  Coi.iinciiciiiK'l al.'y.ii'posCa iiliiiiLecI'nibouLciKbL;:  ���������eliaiiisJ''Kbiill.'4of:j'.lol.i.������>A'ii(liirsiiii!s;i'iibi,tlio!ist;  corner'iiosl, 5 iuid;niiirkeilr''lt7K.!''Uieiice.soul.li  SI)'6hiuns,-lheii(:bciisLS0uirains,;ilienc'e:ii().-tli":S(l  ���������"oliiuiis.yi.h'biicoyiv'cst,;:!8(l.y pl.ains ���������.to.-iiliiceybt-uofii-.;  iiieiiceiiiciit?;.y^^?'??':yw.d'-d"l-^d?:?!:'?d7-ddvy   " '!''';'!!ifcyssip,  lX!AU:sd;-  35:|-f!iLe(l'l!iisyliiLli?(!iiyibf,J^cJl'^  NOTICE.  Gb^poratibhy-ybfytlie^pity;?^  a-   y y REVELSTOKE -?  ;SKATINd RINK.  ? SKATING   RVKRV  KVICNING  i-'itoMd' i'b ���������.!'��������� ;(rt;L6'f;K, ?   .  Band Every Wednesday Night;  i.,    '       AriMfSWION ������������������������,<:.     ii  NAKUSP:  -i������  re-  iip  her  i.ii'iji.  jpfirt ofibe  from  l'n.r.i '.nr i.-.i'ii f-'.i  Skating" is   again   (.lie  day. it is turning colder.  .Tohii Molleft   has   rctiinif  visit tf. his Jipmc in Galil'oriiiii.,  ,Tlir-.y'ii.i-e busy putting up ice here,  it being about 8 inches thick in, Hie  boom.  I>. St.. Diiiiiis left for Greenwood on  lillh on ' business for "i'lile-Gbliimbiii  l/limber Co.  (In Stindiiy, lhe liitlr, the house of  . 1 film   Miilf-olm, foreiii.'in   (if   the   iniil,  '.'..'SEASON TICKETS.  Ladies,..... . .. tec- ��������� ?  Gentlemen ...,..:.....   TIGICRTS FOR SAi.l'; AT.  Gaiiiidii. Ilrug .V. IJofik.Stfire,  ,1. A, Miller & Go, ..-"������������������  '   1,'oy Sniyl he's Tcibaer.-r; Sturc.  Rink-Company..  E. ���������:'.VVArlvRRSOW.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  I-  /Mi  ll. Bus 1IU.  inovi-'.i.s-roici-:, n. v..  lines of Allison work iindci-liiken.  I'stiiuiitcH given fur liiiildiiiKS, etc,  yr)UBijIC?NOTIGE 7is71ieiebyy?given  JL? '������������������������������������ i-1 c.'" t h e e 1 e c 10 rsbl: W ard 2 yd C .���������.:* t h e  ilimicipfilityybfyReyelstokeythallyre-  qiiireythe?presencb:of:thdsaid^electors  at?niyybflice?ini?ireT[allyNci?.2yih7tlie.  said citv;?bii"Uie2Stli;day;of;Felfriiiii-y,;  l90:i,iati2:c)'cldck?hqbni fqrtlibpqi'itqsc  of ejecting dpersonin pIiice?of 7Alder-;  ���������'iiiiri^'Tiiylbrjdvylipsu;'^  cliirc'dvacinilto representtlieni ���������iittlic  *M.inicipill- Go'uiicil,;?iis Aldeiinan?for  AV!.rd'2.yy:yy.yy:7:?y ??- 7 xaaaavx :Ai;ax  ;" Tlie yiiiodevpfynb ini iiiiliou.:.of .candidates sliiillbe. lis rollovvs: ?. d?-?;;;,??: :'y?  y?Thi>yciin(lid!ites :?sli!il|?l)(: ynoiiiinaled  in yvvritirig. I he vvriLing yshall ,be sub-:  scribed by l,vvo".v(.t(;rs;cif tlie.si.ict vyiird  bf:lhe:7i.iuiiicipiility yiis yiii-oiibsei-? inid  secbndeivini'l shiill lieydeliyei-eclto.tbe  returningUiIlieeriftuny;_:tiiiib between  the date cif this notice und :2- p.; in.? eif  llie. daycif the nciiiiinatibti;, and an (lie  ev'e'iitof ii' poll lieingniecessary siicli  :|iol! will lie (ipenecl on Tiie-sclay.Llici 3rd  day:-? of 1 March, ������������������ 1903, ...at No. ,2  Fire Hall,: iin? thci: City cif Rev-  Clstoke, yiind . kept'iipenylietvveen the'  hours Of nine in tlie forenoon and the  hour of half past? seven iii; the uftei--  uooii foi- taking aiid recording Unvotes of the electors of the said ward  of which ?evei-y person.-' is hereby re-  cpiired lo dike notice and govern himself nceorcliiigly.?, . '??���������?':"'' y  ' The pei-soiis ipialified to7'be . nomi-  iin ted Hnd elected as aldci'iiian shall be  s-ticli persons as lire'-male Britisli shb-  jecls of tlie full age of .Lvveiily-one  years iiiid are iiot. discjunlilied under  any liny-.' nnd have!y lic'cii for Hie six  inoiiths next preceding 'the elny of  nomination tlieyrei/islei-ed ovvnei", in  tlie Iji.iid Itegislry.Ollice, of hind en-  real properly in the City of the? assessed yiiliie (in Llie last Municipal, Assessment Roll of Five Hundred llbljnrs (limine over a 1 it)- above any. registered  iiK.-uiiiliii.nt-i- (.1 c-b.-uge, iind who. are  fiibervvise (piiilillcd ithiiiiniie-ipal voters  Ivver-y '. c-iindidiile noiiiiiialed shall  signify by a writing iiccoinpanying lhe  iioiniiiiiLioii paper, his consent to such  nomination, except inciisii such person  be absent from the municipality, when  siic-lr nbse-iice shall be si,-ited iii - llie  ii.'.iiiiiiiitioii pajiei.   '    y ; '  I'lvi.-ry candidate nominated .shall, on  on or befoie the lionr of 2 p. in. of the  day of nomination, furnish flu: Rot urn-,  ing (.nicer'wiih 11 statement in writing  specifying the land or real property on  which lie qualifies.  Given under my handiit. Reveistoke  this 21st day of February, 1903.  I I1RNRYFL0VD,:        /  Reluming Officer.  TrGI'*7is^h'cfebyy"Kiv-eiiTt!raty:Lliii-Ly';y(lnys  ^_..,, iifl.e-rdiileyrinteiia u.|i|ilyiiie; Lu'tliu'.lloiior-::  al)lo;;t.liei Chief s Con. ii.issione.';?ot:?.Ijiinds;yiin(ls  ���������������������������.Works foiVa'iiiiduIiil^ liudirisii.'Elo i'oiili":* iiiiil Scarry:.1  H'vmyKill in lii'i1"^  .liiiiiiyoTrUpiibr-iVi'rbwyliiiko":^:-.-^"^  gyy������pjjj|'sgi,-j.|.ig^-cpbATIte  WCbhiiiioiibiiiBiit (tipbsl7:planlcd?lhrabt.nilos:  liibroibralessyybiisb'ofHheillve.niilb-pbylybiiythe-  Nakusp aiiilSlocair-riiilvv-ay-ysbiitli.vv-esiycoriieT,'  iiiarkcd;"A:;m." itiid::riinniii(;:i,hence-:iJoi-tli:lliOi  chains,4'theneo'east. 10 chiiiiis.lhencosouthilliOi  e-hiiiiis.llieiice'vv-eSL'inyc-haiiiss.'to'ffplaee'of.coihyy  'iiioii'ce.nent??;y.;fiU-8*v;syyy':^  :ai:ociited:thc;l(itli;diiybf,l!'ebruary.yi!l(i:i:;'':; 'S������i  As.iAA:A&:smeAAs:Ayysiy::^.zil.2\ii\vxXy--  'As  NOTICE.  nei*  is' liciroby:'!!;! von/'I Iiiilirtlilrty;-clny8ri-:!i���������:���������.-���������  _,. . iirtoi-'date I Intend4o apply to tlio:|I'oiioi--?b;S?p  ���������:iililcM,huyChiefy('ouiiiilsslbnei-:;bt'v;ljaii(ls7au(l?;;:;?:7  i-Works'for.specli.lliconsolo ciit-iiiiiT(!iii-i,y,n.way..*;:-,!i-:.:s:  "lliiibur fro.il.I.ho.laucls'deserlbed lis follbvvs::;;7;-:j'::?'':"'i  ;S;dyyyi������sTiMiiK'!t?i,iKin;ti;;N^  S'CbniiiieiicliiKiit^'ii^iibsii'i'pliiiiteilbn i.libvvesL:7:yd  'sidebf Ilovvnie (!rcclf(yl)clovv:Hciiv-eivftleii(lo\v-s,?;a:|jiyyy  ?aboiil,:il:iiiiles fi'biiiUli'ojiioiitli'Ariiiiiilnij'rsoiitli,.!*:,???^:;:/:  : SObliiiirsilhenebC west ySOioliainsMhonee north 'yiy'Ss?:  "SOel.iiiils; (,heiice?eiisl,y SO? clialnsyy toy point iofrd?;?Ai:  yeb!iiii>oiiceiiioiii??fi:Ty'T:-yy'-v???yv;:5y^^   ^y?iffiB;.'^'l'irOM.AS?ri\Ii':UICI)l'l'ir?;';M:gys;;;^   ^^:w0iAiXA!iAA:iAMAAXAAAii.  Am  lyj.JJiilcd'Jaii'y  g||i|||p^'iSi|i|ifKlm  li;7? Ctiiiit'iu.iibi 11W"Iil.'-?u? jtbtil?']>ltiniqcl?Jo 1 i ?t"li0|\vt).s. y;'?;yy  .;si(lo.of:IJovv-nie,Ureokiyiili()!.Li;.*i:i,;...iles.fi-oi.ii;.l,lie;:;;i:J    "iiibul.li? riiiiiiiiiK;'IOfchiiiiis?yhbrUf;7l.lieiiceyilW.������yyj5^3;f;l  .citeljll.ence,'III chains Jsu.iillii Ihouce 1 (JO chi.ih.'j.'yuy^yyij/ij  ������������������vvcsLlo'l.binlofyebiiinib'iieeiMeiil,:^"*^  'IMlOiVIASIMHRKDI'I'im  71 liilul 71 anyHliajMri.;??^  INOTICEI  WAX  ?\As~ U'l  ?;'!:?:KiI  .::������������������.���������,. \^rW  ddtel  SSCoiiiiii6iieini;:?iit:::'a^;pbsii7|)iiiiite(iKlw  iiiorb?oi-:,lcss .easl.iof the five niilo post.pnyl.lie  Nakii'sp aiidSloeanir.iilvviiyi'ftsoutlivve.steoriicr,  iiiarkecl "IT: .K."'and ;'.-uiiiiinB;Ll.e.ice.,iiioi-Lli t.'IO  chiiiiisytheiicbeiistylWI'iiehaiiis.thenceysoiith'lie  ichaiiis.?thence.yvvest;lli().cliaiiis. Ib'.pliibeiof s coin-:  iiii'eneenie.it7:i:::S;:?':?i7?d?^*^~?fid:-i?:'^??:d?lS:S  ?yjrjbcate(i;tlioiutli;dayot:ii'eliruaryyi!)0:i?i?,::s;ai-:  iiAiXXXXAXXAXXfiiA)l Mo iiji'itwiNvf?  XiAifffmif^fnSfXAXfA,  ;if(-omirieiiciiiB7iit?aSpbs������?i)liintc(17tvvb;'niiles;  iuorc or less eastbf ti.e live f.nile.y-po.stybny; the  Nakiisp/and.JSloca.i railvvay;soutlieast.cbi-uer.  inarkcdi-IJ.'C. I." and runniiit';l.h"encc vv-esflllO;  cliuinsi'iUliciicb-n'ortli10 ch'iiins, ihenco east, 1110.  cl aiiis,;tlieiiee; south'fill chains to; pliieo.ofcom-y;  'iiiciiecnieiit:':'?,Ty:vi::y';?;3fi;>*:-7?yi?ry;;Aiy'^?yyy:5?,v  ? .located Ll.e710Ll.tlay;of Februaryi'llHB..AAA''  AAyAAyyAAsAA iAyA ayrj^lftW lN,-::Jiv  ?"y;l?-TOyp.KLTNQUl%TyC(>pi\yN  To'dlcx?S(niUi;j.?Riieyi;i?0?I*iper?ir7l-*iccaio?  ���������-���������- Fred Jiieobson,' -J; J.Colb iiiut'J iin Davis.' or  .: toyaiiy, persoii or pei-sons to whom he or t.lioy.  f may have transferred liis or 'tlieir int-jrests 111-  :���������'���������'��������� Llib Portland 'Mineral Claim.'situated -mi (he,  : south 'side-:ofi;Cariboo yCrebk iii Arrow Lake;  -:5MinhiR Division o^\V-bst,���������.Koo'lblllly:::-v������������������.::'������������������:���������������������������������������������'���������::���������..*:;  You and each of you arc hereby; noUlied that:  T have"expciiclecl four hundred nncl'iLe.iyclolhirs;  inylabor und yiinproveincnts upon'the above  mentioned, mineral "cliiii'n: in order'to, hold "said  niineral clainiuncler tlie provisions of the Mineral Aetii'anil if ivvitliii. ninety days ottlio dale  of tliisnotico yoirfail.oi-.'.-ctuse-toyco.ilribute.  your portion of such exiienscs.ytogclhorvviLI..all  edstsef advortising, your intei-esL in said claim,  will, becoiiii)?Uic property;of tho -siibseriber  under section -I of.;aniiict. eiiliUed:"An: Actyyto,  Amend llie Mineral Act HII)!!?--A-'ss ii-i.-iV-���������;:";-���������.'  f-,?7-y:;::oyy(siBiied):i.7--:?fcy??:Jr.?E??KING:'y:.i?  ������������������AItpsslaiidtU. a?'''ebru!iryTtbyinq:!.?????^?'';.?;;?"  w/wmm  ;yvf;OTia'iyis?]ie.iby?Kiv-eiift,liiiLyi,liiii,p(liiys  ?Lt^?:yiifl������r:(tiito:l;iiilb!i(l:to apply:lb:llieklloiior-yyilytypaj  :iil)le?l.lio.;:.:(!liief,5Coiniiiissioiiiu'v:ofy|jiiii(ls;:an(l;    '"  y.Woi-ks fbi-yspeehilIieoiisb'toci'111, iindieiirryavvMiy;.;'  ;timber from Lholandsjleseribed us follows:yyWiysyyy^'ic:]  ySgTiMniOltqiKJt'l'IIyMv'yiy^  dboiiimeiiciiigiiL'a:posLjpliinlcd?iilioui5'c]iaii'iS?;^  ;"easLV)f:Iiairvviijyyfc;reek7::St:������Iieoii:Ilot,.SprinKs;;;r;;;y5Tg;  f.\\'esl7?Kobleiiay?-y UppciKsyA rro.vvv?l.ii keyanf I Axtyyyy  :iibrLlieiisl,,or:ils::nibuUi;;alibiitiroiiryiiii(]7ii:hii!fy:77!:;?iv  Tni iles:5:,sbiit.livvesl,y-5;cornei'i:7;: Ihenco syeiisL'-'-Slly;?;?:^  rehiiins;:Lhbiicb'iiorl.lrS(l cliains:SI,hehbo3vvcst?S0 3?:7'S;/:3  :chaiiiSi'*t,hei]ce':soulh'S0'eliaiiiSl.o:p!iiee;bfcbiny75;J!i:y5}f  ;ineiieeiiienl?:?|^?;?pIElU3:;yJI^OUM  |������|diTO?2i|Kim  .:?yCbiiiiueneinK:iiLiiiibst:pliiiil.e(l::easLShaiik7bf:y::7>?"d.is'  ::IIalfvvay-..Creek*lj"iiper:Ai'rbv'Vj,Lak'b;iin(lfiibbiiL;B-:::?:;.-^^  ^sixyniilesynbrtheiisCifrbin'itsyiiibuUiysoutlovyestytyiiyjyy'l-  'cornerjpbst: llieiiceeasLIO cliains; llicnce nbi-Ur?7;B?S45"  yi';0;chiiiiisi-Sl,lieneb:\vost.;iO:cliaiiis?th  *1G0: chainsttb'pliicb'ot eoiiiineiiceJiieJit;:S:a:yy3;T:^%������y?;;;WsK  :V:M<mi:0iA;ssfyy&A-i[|,;nil JlcCOUJIAClCMMAiAiki  iSi-DateiViNoveiiibbr'Saiicl.'.ltloa;'';';-.^^^^  "ssA'sAM  \n  ...  ���������.;.j.,/-.r.,,-.r ...j... .-;-|-<:.-.i',:.-.,J '^'-���������.'f^f ^'f* t? ^JI  NOTICED  MILLWRIGI IT 7AYANT.ISiyr-MUsl  'bo iilirst-class..mini who tiiicler-  staiidslli(!?diiferent:gi:ad^s7bf71uniber  reqiiiiedy in?llie pi-iiirie ltade.iuid vylio  en ir---:-'Ink is -charge :of tire ii.ill inid-yard.:  Apply"lo.iTAS; A; TAYLOR,'?Arrow-.  iieail,'B..G:'77'7,7'dy:y?yd:yy:y:7???y?"y;:d-:'?;  *T-YTANTFD.VT������'i:niy iii'St;-class car-:  '"��������� VV-yJ1':iiters.dAiVply?tp7,J.yA.';.Ker-.  nahany;Litggiiii.y. :'���������,;;:?';y7:7:?y,?y;-.;y ryyy?  ANTED KNOWN-Fivb i-opnied  .'.,yhoiiseand fiiriiished rooiiisneiir  station to let.    Applyjlo^^ RiTapping? ?  iVNT-TO? PLrRGHASEySonth'  Ali-ii-iinlaiicl scrip. Apply to-  Kootenay. JMaiI e.flice, Revelsloke.': ;  ���������\TrANTED TO SELL-Tvvp houses,  W and lots at rising town of; Camborne; each propei fyvv'ill let-fdr .$15 a  tiiontll: price on. each property $500.  jtyr piii'Liculai'!- apply iitoflice olyKqot-  eniiy 'Mail..:.?;   "     -:i .:���������..   : '?,'"'' ,7  ''ANT TO SELL���������One of the best  hotels .'in ! lvootei]iiv;ygood man  e.-in cleai $5,000 a yeai-. For particulars  applv at ollice of iCooteiuty Mail.  START A PAYING BUSINESS.-  riecome independent: si tie! lie your own  BOSS. A new mail in-iler business,  e-.-i.i be coiidiiclcd by 'iiiiyone,. any-,,  where; $15 Lo $80: per week easily,  linelose stamp for '-particulars of our  iinii'vellously successful plan. Ed.  Leonard, DiindasyOnt. - ;,...-.  FOR SALE  Dry Fir and Birch  Cut by machiiieiy to required size.  All orders left at W. AI.;Lawi-eiicc's  orlhe KooLenay Mail ollice will receive  prompt attention.  W. FLEMING.  Biiiiii  d^6Ticidisyi>^-bbKPeivoiiTtliiit?t.!n^^  ?!l^7faftei;:diiicyi!ililen(llo:iipplyyio-.Uiey.IIbnor-|;y%a%i  -able 7llie-7ChiefyCoiiiniissibnei-'Ebfy;l:aii(ls Iii.i(li;?���������:*B7i  yWorks foraj'siieciaiyiicbusoyib-cutSiiniUcarry,;7*741.:;  iiivvayitin: ber froiiilhelandSflcscribed iiii, follows: ifjtgapAiJ.  EfeConimcMicinKJil. a!-.posl,.niarke(lA.A".;Aiid(Ji'-.;.^.ay:.;:.,  ^(.li.ypliiiitedyyat'Jiibi-llivveSts.cbriieiTibf i-,!;iy\V'7yy;;y77V:  yTlio.iison's; pre-enipt.ioiiSeliiiii.7: lieiiryyllealbii.M^vys^i  ���������tlioi!co-.;nbrlli;iffl.:cliiiin^;iliciice:e^  ylliciico;soiith::SlliOhainsrtlieiice';,vvesl.iS0.ychiii!iSjsyyyy:;yvyS  "to iioiiit-ofconiineiicenieiil:y;'-y?;::'-?::2?^''i-:;:-;t7:::S:������i?ft7":??:i:  ::: j; ��������� .t't ���������:::>:, '���������,. ���������-r.AtfStsyy:).;. 'ArOfcA N1 J.K I tSON.-:-?;^?*"*-^"  :* DatecLVIn ..iy?2(!lliy l|)0:t;^^|g^vi&|^rav^?������l  ?-f^dTIGld? is:"iicrobj??Kive.V:|>l^  jO-N--: iiflbr date liiitt-iuf lo apply..to,l,liu: l���������lollOl���������-.;':.!.:.���������:-.-  i������iljlc-':'Lli'0:-><)liIof-.!.-C6niitilKstdtioi-,.;'of;'!'.Jjftiiels.,-hnd-.,.'..-.;-;..-^  ;V\rorks for itspecial1 license; to; out aiidycrrry^j?'.  iivvuy l.iuibor from the 'tollovving doscrilied hindy yy.,  011 Uiiper ArrowLakbiyy?:'?;:?:;:1 ������������������������������������A~i '^ivVH-'-iAsi'A  ���������7y.yte::_;.:7L^j,.I]{ST^  i'i jCbninieiibi. .gat':a : post-; plan ted :bn-,,|,lie., bust;: y.\  ybiiiik bfyiCoos-ka-Nox creek,'sbiiUivvestcoi-ner...;;  niarked :"sV\r.VV.l''.'?oiKlileeii miles iiiore;or;,;less?y :  'from its nioutli, and running: tlience . no'rtli IK?; ';;:  'chains. Uicnce least::40 jclitiins.'tlicncc south lliOyyyyy  chains; thence west JO chains tps.pliiec?of'ycpm-:;7.:~i  minu:(!mcnt:sAA-'yJ^rS.,:s::S-../::::y.yAS ...iyAyA":  j:;:-Ijbuiitccl,tlic.(ltli diiy of Kebriiary.yiHOS.teyfyyyyt'.y::  d '-iAAiX: ?r':? Aa A AAAiwi- .*v\di*u-A sk i:!7d?d  ;,7:y.y?7i-7;'d"'lSE(;ON 11,'Lb(;ATlbN7?;?y?7?dd'?P?r  >7 Conunbnciiigac post;planted on the crislbaiikyv-;:  of rivoos-K-a-Nox:-. creek,1-:: south west;:;,; corner: '7''::.  iiiarkcil;:;"\\rA\'.;]''." and sixteen1 niilesinore .or.:';V:';���������:.���������  loss froin.its inoiiUi,"iind riinniiigytlieiieo.norl.h.yyyv  100 eliiiiuS: 'tlieii'eceasl-. 10 chains,; theiicesouUi :.;.  ylGlleliiUns, thonceiWestyiOr chains7toyyiiliice=ofy:yyfy  -cbm.iiciicoiiienl..y7'iyy: iAsissSysyAs:::~:iiAs?y::As  .yXioeatedtho till..(lay of Kebruary.yltlO-!.:-.Aasyyyyy.  iA'A':ArAiiAA'.AA,A'AAi'i.A^iyvi'iifRAsm^  XAXAAfi^^i'^^yX9f^fiAMAi:  ;:yCoiniiiencing:at! a post piaii led .biiy^Uiec'asty; ?:  bank of Koos-ICiirNox ei-eel<,:.sbiilli-vvesl.cbrner,;?? ,  iiiiirked "H.T." and Ion.miles more or less from;.',:''  Its nioiilh, iiiid running'Lliencc;iiort.li iriOcliaiiiSiyy?':-  'Lhence east .IO'ehiiins,t.!ieiice south? 1(1(1, eliaiiis,1:?:..;:  thuiiceyyvvcsLyiORchains to i.liieoofiCohini-euee-y'i;1-.;  .niunX.':.'!;. ���������"���������:?''::������������������.���������?} ���������������������������' '>���������'' ���������s'ss'S'A' ��������� 'A'- 'AiA-'AsyfiAA: ���������-%:/?���������  si bocalecUhoUllliiliiyof l*obriiary, lilO:!.,,::.  ���������'������������������'.i'ii'sA: isjyd'd?y? if-'koiiiiRT?rAYi?bid-d??:  ?;;::?y???d.-?i'i3uin'HyLocATig^?.y-'7?yyy:7\y;y?  :; Comiiiciicing at a post,-planted .011:iho east yy?  bank of Koos-ICa-Nox creek,'southwest cornery.y :.  marked "lt.T." niuomiles moro or less from its,,; ���������  nioutli: rininiiig thence north SO :chains,' llienee::������������������-.  eiest" :80-'chains, tireiico .south,SO chains, the.iee-;:.;  West SO villains to place of commencement.;, ;-;: ' ;;  the Kith day of .February, .lfltn. " '  i Located; I  ROIIE'RT TAYLOR.  ? FIFTH1 LOCATION. ?? A-' '''"���������'���������'X-  '���������: Cbniiiiencing at a post planted ontlio cast  ���������bank of Koos-Ka-Nox creek, southwest corner-:  marked ",I.*VV,A\*i" live miles more or less from  yilsnioul.il and rininiiig thonco ubrtli ������0..'-chains  . thonce- enst- SO chnins,?Ihence south SO chains, y;  lhonco;wcst SOehainsto  place  of  comnieuce! v"  'lllCllt:.'--':.'   '": v'.": :'.''.���������-������������������.::'���������:. .:���������:���������'���������  ���������.- Loeute-d the 11th day of ���������February, 190S.- -���������������������������- -'������������������  :,:   :-?:.d?; ,'??   y7ydy'''J;cW. WA.T80N-/   7;  y^dyy; :;:-t;^;-;:N0T[CE.?;?;-d^y''/7^;V?r.;y  rpAKI-" NOTI01-; Unit thirty days liflor dale I  .1-. intend to apply to lhe Chief Commissioner  of Lauds and Works for a special license to cut  and can-y.iiway timber fi-ointhefollovvinglands  (jonniiencing ill a post marked   "0.;  Ilrolct's   ,  N\\" coriior." situated on ,l,lic east,   bank of the.  Columbia river adjoining liurion Cil.y townsito .  on   the south  and  running  south   4(1 chains,  Ihciiee east SU chains, Uicnce north   III chains,  Ihenco west 8(110 lhe point, of commencement,,  covering  the /pre-cinpl.ion   of one Angus Mc- ;  Leod, which was afterwards abandoned by liim  DateiUhis lOlh day of February, l!IO:i.  ������������������?,������������������ . .7 '   , ' J. 11 IJUOLKT.--  GERTJKIOATE  OF IMI'ItOVEMEN'TS.     : .  NOTICE.  I'iiniioi- arid loin Mineral Cllaims. situiile in lhe  I ,:i l< l.-ii ii ' Mining Division uf VV'e.sl.lviioleiiii'y  llislriel.. ������������������,.'������������������"  Where located: On Lexington crock.  TAKE NOTICE Lhal I. Win. K. Devercux.  acting as agenl. for Win. 13. Clark. Free, Miner's Certificate No.- Ul!7!i:il, intend, sixly  dr.ys from lhe (late hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve1-'-  n.enls for lhe purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  I'And further Luke notice  thai, action, under  section 117, niunt he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of In.provonicnls.   -  Dated this Otli day of January, HlOli.  W3I, E. liKVJJUFiUX, P. L. S.  M  ed  dMgdl  ������3;������di  Af  :'(���������; sy


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