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Array Silk handkerchiefs. 30c.; 35c,  ���������  and 40c.  Chenille labhf covers, 75c.   '  Velveteen, 75c. per yard.   L_:o: ,  The English Trading to.  (00^���������SMfpff *  1-5^.*  Jy~i\  iB9b.' **y;  ^^  ���������//,   7 ,   .   1 i   >'���������  ' -    ^ i-' "/     i'-'  (.   iiL-i.^i'J.  lf~7^'r^  Si'*,, *'n CtCTSSf. S; Ciar.'KV..-;!' OaTis 45c  Plii'Kppe Cana*.C(.'i, Sal ii,.lus - - 50c.  Om Brown Windsor Soap���������eight     ,  cakes fr.i   ..-...-..  Giyceiine Soap���������".cr box -  - 25c.  - 3Qc  The' English Trading Co..  Vol. 1.���������No. 39.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., JANUABY 5, 1895.  $2.00 a, Year.  REAL ESTATE AND  COLLECTIONS ,MADB (EXCEPT RENTS)  .    e RATES 5 PER CENT.  THREE] TOBKS,' B.C.  n ���������  A. H. HOLDICH,  ��������� t  " OF SWANSEA AMD VvlGATN,       ��������� ������������������  '       '-  Analytical Chemist and Xssayer,  Accurate assays made of all. kinds of minerals, water, milk, etc.  i,    i     a La  NOTARY  PUBLIC  3     ���������.   "  REVELSTOKE,, B.C.  t  Mining and,Real Estate Broker and General Com-  (' , mission Agent. '     " f  THE STUFF MARTYRS ARE MADE OF.  Grand.Exhibition of Moral Courage by  an Hawaiian' Convert.  The following interesting article,  sent us by a, .correspondent at Hilo,  Hawaii, , is' supposed to be, one of tbe  greatest acts of moral courage ever  performed:��������� ���������   j  In tlie year 18?4 there lived on tlie  Island of Hawaii,   of   the   Sandwidli  group,  a ehieftess  named  Ka.piola.jji,  who, before her conversion to Christianity, was very intemperate and dissolute,  but finally became an example nf virtue  and piety,to her countrywomen.   In  December of that year she determined  to break   the spell   of  the, belief   in  " Pele," goddess of the Volcano. _. In  spite of the strenuous opposition of her  husband and friends, she  made a journey  of  150  miles   from   Kealakekua  (where Captain Cook lost his life) to  Hilo, visiting the crater of Kileaua in  order to defy  "Pele" and  to prove to  ,her people that no such  being existed..  As she neared the volcano she was met  by the priestess of TPele, who warned  her  aiid predicted. her death   if   she  violated the tabus of the goddess.        i  RAW  FURS  tn  1-  3  a  6"l  t  o  C3   *-i  CO  ���������S3  O  '    Z  "������W   '4  >  <  ts  V-,  u.  L_  ������<-.  ������  04  in  <N  0)  6  u.  0  0  0.  w  K '  Ui  CO'  eu'  S  FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  Representative of the Kootenay Smelting & Trading Syndicate.  -:o:-  AGENTjFOll .TROUT LAKE CITY, EYANSPORT, KASLO & NAKUSP-  WHOLESALE DEALER IN  WINES,- LIQUORS. AND- CIGARS.  EEYBLSTGEE,     IB-- O  1 ���������*  "Who are you?", demanded' Kapio-  lani..  "One in whom the goddess dwells,"  replied the priestess. r     ,  The'priestess was finally silenced by  Kapiolani," who quoted , passages eif  Scripture setting forth' the character  and power of the true Grid. The  priestess confessing that . that "ICe-  akua," the deity, had left her, Kapiolani then went forward to the eratfer  and remained the night.' Tin the morning she and' her company descended  500 feet to the Black Ledge, and there,  in full view of the grand and. terrific  action of the inner crater, she ate the  sacredcbcrrics (obelo) consecrated to tbe  goddess and threw stones into the fiery  lake, saying: "Jehovah is my God;  He kindles these fires; I fear not Pele.  If I perish by her anger, then serve  Pele; but if I trust in Jehovah and  die preserves me'" when breaking her  tabus, then you may' serve and fear  Hint alone."        ,   , '  RAW  FURS.  ^*    - 0  ' KF* Write for Circular.,  A. MCNEIL,      '.    ���������  BARBER S2IOP AND BATH ROOM,  t>  " Front Street, Revektoke.    .  Haircut, 25c'.;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for $1.00.  THE REVELSTOKE PHARMACY.  GUY   BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.'  t ,  Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, B. C  " R. S. WILSON,  MERCHANT' TAILOR,  Revelstoke Station.  First-class Material kept in I stock and  First-class Workmen employed.-  General Blacksmith.  NKW   STOCK |OF  STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS.  CHRISTMAS GOODS ARRIVING^  The New TOILET SOAP,  SIX TABLETS FOR 25c.  JA������  o.   McMAHON,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Repairs to Wagons, &c.  Shoeing  a .":  Specialty.  FURNITURE,  Doors, Sashes & Blinds.  R. HOWSON,  KBVELSTOKE.  COFFINS  CARRIED IN  STOCK.  , AOUNT FOK SIKGl'lt SOWING MACNINI'S.  GO TO THE WOOD BUTCHER  Foii yiiuii  Norwegian Snowsiioes,  Toboggans & Sleighs.  Manufacturer of all kinds of  Furniture.  THE REVELSTOKE PHARMACY,  HALCYON SPRINGS HOTEL, *  ARROW   LAKE,   -  IS now open, at these celebrated hot  springs, for the accommodation of  guests. Rates SI.50 to $2.60 per day.  Baths 25c. each, or five foi>fS1. Special  rates to families or by the month can  be arranged.  DAWSON, CRADDOCK &  CO.  -LjI -A _E^_tv������Jbu _L Zj;,  - ���������    , BUILDER.  Will figure on all kinds of  Buildings ; all kinds of House,  Store and Office Furniture repaired or made to order; all  kinds vf Skopwork in my line  neatly and promptly executed by  skilled and experienced hand.  TH7B  FINE   UPHOLSTERING   WORK.  Old Furniture Renewed  In First-class Style.  E. PICARD, Revelstoke, B.C.  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  TO   AND   FI'.OM  All Eastern Points.  Through First Clans Sleeping Curs and Tourist  Sleeping C'.n-s to St. Paul. Montrealand Toronto  wiUiouL change.  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  Atlantic ICxprc-i.s arrives   fl:l.i daily,  I'ueillc* " "        lC-iV.   "  An Awful Christmas Holocaust.   \  At Silver Lake, Lake county, Ore.,  on. Christmas- Eve, forty-one.persons  were burned to death' and sixteen  badly injured, five of whom'will die.  A large crowd had assembled in Uhrist-  Uiiiii Bros.' hall to attend the Christmas  tree festival. While the festivities  were at their height, someone climbed  on a bench from which to get a better  view of what was going ou. , In doing  so his head struck a lamp hanging  from the ceiling,.overturning it. The  oil immediately caught fire and everything being of a dry and inflammable  nature, the room was soon a mass of  flames. Someone shouted : " Shut the  door and keep quiet; it can be put  out." By this time the confusion was  so great that people began scrambling  in a wild endeavor to reach the door.  Women and children were trampled  under foot and as there was only one  exit to the hall, and the fire being  between the crowd aud the door, many  rushed headlong into the flames.  The room was crowded, there .being  probably 125 people present. The  lamp which caused the disaster was an  'extra large Rochester, and held about  two gallons of oil. West of the building was a smalt powder and oil house,  distant about thirty feet. A messenger  on the way to Lakeview heard an explosion, which was probably ' the  powder and oil house near, the hall. It  is thought several- were killed by the  explosion.  Those dead are mostly women t>and  children who were unable to help  themselves. It is asserted, by a man  well acquainted in Silver Lake that  several persons in attendance at the  Christmas tree were under the influence of liquor.  , How to Make Tea Properly.  The following directions for brewing  a first-class cup'of tea, free from tannin,  may be of use to pur lady readers. Of  course, a great deal depends upon the  quality of the tea, but that must be  left to the ladies themselves:  1.' The. water to be boiled, should he  fresh and pure, and as soft as procurable. ,,,  2. It should be boiled in a perfectly  clean kettle and not deemed to be boiling until the water throbs and throws  off steam in profusion.  3. First' make the teapot hot, then  pour into it the freshly-boiled water,,  after this strew the tea otutop of-the  water when it will giadually sink. In  this way the tea leaves will not be  scalded and the fragrance will be. kept  at its best. The watei- should be used  as soon as it boils, and not allowed to  become flat by over-boiling.  4. Maximum time of infusion to'be  yve hiinutes.  5. The infusion (not' decotion) should  be decanted into another teapot, first  made hot for its "reception. ^Prepared  in this way' (if a- ," cosy " is used) tea  will   remain   hot  aud   pleasant   and  wholesome for .more than double the'  * " %*���������  time, it would were cold ttapots- employed. = 4  Gi Treat the spent tea-leaves as so  much poison. '      >   u  The New Westminster Bishopric.  ' n 1  A special meeting of the syuodof the  Chinch of England for the diocese of  New Westminster has been convened  for Wednesday, Feburary 20th, 1895.  The business of the synod will be to  elect a bishop for the diocese, the Rev.'  Herbert Biuney, upon whom the choice  fell at the ��������� last special session, haying  finally declined to accept the appointment. The synod will ^meet in St.  Leonard's Hall, New Westminster,  after the usual celebration of the holy  communion in Holy Trinity cathedral:  Celebrating Christmas in Missouri.  St. Louis enjoyed a high old time ���������on  Christmas Day,-worthy of the scenes  witnessed in the old frontier days.  On Christmas Day there were no less  than two murders, over thirty cases of  cutting, shooting and 1 robbing, and  .innumerable cases of assault of more  or less seriousness.  Km- full  apply to  information  .1*. to i*.it.*."(. lune, c  I. T.   Sircwsl.r.  A f^( III.  Ut'Vf iMnkt*  IKO. .Mnl.. liltOWN,  l)i-lrii-t r.i-  V 11111:011 vol. B.C.  Our Empire.  The British empire, says the Forum,  isa political creation unparalleled in the  world's history, not only by its extent  and population, in both which respects it is slightly surpassed by China,  but because, with an area of more than  10,000,000 square miles and with 352,-  000,000 inhabitants, it is scattered over  the whole globe." It embraces all zones,  and from the icy wilderness of Hudson  Bay to the tropical jungles of India  and the mahogany forests of Honduras,  there , is scarcely a product which.a  British province does not bring forth  in excellent quality; and not less various are the degrees of civilization of  its inhabitants*, from, the Kaffirs at the  cape to the highly cultured citizens of  Toronto or Sydney. Besides Christians  of all confessions the.re are 200,000,001)  Hindus, about 70,000,000 Mahomme-  dans, aud 8.000,000 Bhuddists; and the  Bible is printed in 130 languages and  dialects- represented in the empire, yet,  notwithstanding Mich promiscuous elements, the government, with rare exception--, m.-u'ntains order, and no sign  of dissolution i.s visible.  Destitute Nebraskans.  The terrible stories of starvation and  privation in Nebraska beiug published  in the daily papers are confirmed by  people who have visited the famiue-  stricken region. The drouth of last  summer destroyed the crops in the  greater part of the state, and now  famine stretches its gaunt hand over  the district, which was deserted by all  those who could get away before,  winter set in. The other states are  responding generously to the call for  relief.  TO PROTECT GAME.  A .Society   Organized   at  Kamloops.  There Should be One Here.  A largly-attended meeting was held  at Kamloops last week for the purpose  of forming a game protection association. Mayor Lee presided and Mr. R.  Mackay Fripp, secretary of the Vancouver Game Protection Association,  addressed the meeting at length, dealing with tins enforcement of the game  laws.- He pointed out that tho Game  Act does not debar Indians ��������� from  slaughtering'a great deal of game needlessly. He said that this was the only  game country where the killing of  game is allowed during the rutting  season. He thought,, the black -bear  should be considered as game, on account of its. fur-bearing-qualities, and  should be. protected during-May, June  and July.  ���������Mr. W.-H. Whittaker-thought an  association of this kind would-be very  beneficial, and showed how destructive  the hunting of big game by the  Indians .was. He advised pressing the  Dominion Government for favorable  legislation as regards Indians, for the  protection of big garue.  Mr. Mar-pole told of a shooting party  which in the Okanagan '.had killed 42  deer and 5 sheep, among'which were  several does and lambs. The trophies  were taken across the line. He suggested the. appointment of wardens iu  every part of the country, and thought  November- 15th late enough for the  close of the season for shooting largo  game.  Aid: Furrer said Indians should not  he allowed to shoot for the market,  nor have any more privileges than tho  whites. f  Dr. Lambert lecommended that the  opinion of those versed in the habits of  game animals be obtained, with a view  to change legislation to be of the most  practical use. ,  '      * - C ������ r-  1 Those present then enrolled themselves as the Inland Game Protection  Society, to be' atiiliated with- the Vancouver association. It was thought  tliitt thiyfee need n'ot^xceed $1 a year.  The officers chosen for the:, ensuing  year were: President, R. Mar-pole;'  vice-president, AV. H. Whittaker;  treasurer, T. W. Lambert; secretary,  J. J. Carment; committee, J"." R.'HUIl,  F. J. Fultp_n,' JG. H. Jones, F. Rushton,  \V. ,11. Peagrant, W. J. Roper and R.  E. Smith. '  o-  Such a society would no doubt be of  gre.it use-in Revelstoke, - as it is well  known that a great deal of game is  needlessly slaughtered iu this district,  both in season aud out of season, and  if the game laws are not soon altered  so as to prevent the depredations pf  the Colvillo and other Indians West  Kootenay will no longer be known as  a game country.  -SIGNAL TRIUMPHS WON  U    By Dr. .Price's-Cream Baking Powder.  Two signal triumphs havo been-  achieved Iiy Dr. Price s Cream Baking  Powder. First, it received ��������� Highest  Award and Diploma at the World's  Columbian Exposition of 1S03. Next  it secured Highest Award and Gold  Medal-at the California Midwinter  Fair of 18)1. At both Fairs it surpassed all competitors in, every respect.  The, award, in each instance, was for  strongest leavening power, perfect  purity and general excellence. ��������� It was  sustained; by the unanimous vote of  thejudges. <*  The victory at Chicago establishes  the supremacy of Dr. Price's as " The  Foremost Baking Powder in the  World." The .triumph at Han Francisco confirms and emphasises it.  Another Proposed Railway.  Four citizens of Kaslo���������Messrs. John  L. Retallack,' G. O. Buchanan, Hamil-,  ton Byers and John Keen���������have given  notice of their intention to apply for a  private bill to incorporate a company  to construct a railway from Kaslo to  Four Mile Creek," by way of Bear Lake,  Three Forks and Sandon. From what  we know of the projectors there is  every likelihood of the railway becoming an accomplished fact, provided  the price of silver takes an upward  trend.  Close of Navigation on the St. Lawrence.  At twelve o'clock on Monday the last  of the Richelieu Company's steamers,  nochelagii and Longueuil, went into  winter quarters. This closes navigation' for the year 1801. Last year navigation closed on December 5.  Awarded  Highest Honors���������World's   Fair  MOST PERFECT  MADE.  A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Free  from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant  40 YEARS THE STANDARD  Old. Niagara Bridge to bo Taken Down.  The railroad suspension bridge over  Niagara, which is one of the oldest  railroad bridges in the country, and  probably the first large suspension  bridge ever built, will soon bo taken  down and replaced by an arched cantilever bi idge.  Winnipeg Commercial Bank.  On Monday last the creditors of the  defunct Commercial Bank were- paid  a-dividend of 10 per cent. * This makes  a ,total of 27, per cent, now ��������� paid the  creditors, or a sum of nearly $848,000.  The greatest papers in Great Britain  .and the United States freely acknowledge, the wonderful mei it of the  Family Herald and Weekly Star,  Montreal.' The Family Herald is a  great newspaper and a great family  paper, bul, it is more, than that, it is  one of the gi en I est authorities in the  ..world on chc'se, butter, general dairying and general fai niing. How a progressive, np-io-dale farmer can do  without the Finn ify Herald and Weekly Star oi jM.iiitieal is, indeed, hard to  understand.  Typhoid Bacteria From Raw Oysters.  A curious case of typhoid beiug transmitted by raw oysters comes to lijind,  from Middlotown. Conn. It appe.irri  that at 1111 initiation "supper at the  Wesleyan College in that town raw  ojrster8 wore-served, ni)dv over 30 per ���������  cent, of the pr.ndents who ate of thiMii -  were afflicted with tho disease, and in-  /���������  vestigation showed that the oysters,  though they were from Long Island  sound, had been placed in a fre:-h water ''  creek to feed. A private sewer from  a house where there v.-ere two cases of  typhoid emptied into the creek, and  the oysters - absorbed the bacteria.  Professor Caiin, a celebrated, bacteriologist, has devoted a great deal���������of  attention, to the matter, and tiio discovery is -regarded as a remarkable one  by those interested, in problems of sani- n  tation.      ���������" , '      L    '  ,To Miners and Prospectors.  ,,  _. ,  It. Is our desire fco liave Uic M.mt. known Car  nml wide as a reliable .V 1 mining i'apcr. To  this u'nit wc .lr!c (lie help of 'all pros-metors and  iiiiniii;,' men who hiive tlio inLercol of thu North  RidniK ot,Ww,t, Knotciioy at he.'.rt. tt is in  your po.ver to i;ive' us very material l.olp by  seniliiijjin scrap** of miniii-.- iio*,ys *.vhi;:h would  othnrwi-j rt-m.iiii uiipulilisii-.d'. livery item, no  matt or how trivial it miiy appear to yon. will he  acocprablo. - If yon have no pen, write with a  pencil; if no papor, jiisPtic-k it down on a'piece  of birch bark. .If you aro out of stamps Kond.lt.  all tho saino, we'll attend lo that. Never mind  ' grammatical compositions, flowing language, or  elegant, handwriting, just send us the faoU;  wo"l do tho rest. We  not exairgorato. ���������  Veask only,ono thing:'Do  Kootenay jLodfir*  No.tBtA.F.&A.M-  Tho regular meetings  arc held in' the" Mns-  onicToiniile.Rourna's  ay^llali, on tho third  Monday in each  month ut S p. m.  .Visiting brotiirou  ooi7*di!illy welcomed.  TEMl'LK. Skcultauy., '  - REVELSTOKE   LODGE,   X. O. O. F.  LKK  Heguliu* meetings are held  in Oddfellows' ll.ill cvory  Thursday night, at eight  .���������/clock. VisiLin:? brothers  cordially welcomed.  J. I. AVOODKOW. Sue.  All placer claims in this District  legally held mav be laid over from the  15th October, 1&H, to the 1st. June, 1S95.  N.-.FITZSTUBBS,  Gol'l. CuDimissioner.  Dated at Nelson, B.C.,  4th October, 1S04.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  ROYAL MAIL LINES  -  CHEAPEST route to tho OIJ> COUNTKY.  Proposed Sailing1-from Montreal.  AUjAX LIN'K.  Kumidian   Parisian '. ���������  Mo.-iaoi.i AN   ..Nov.  ..Nov.  ..Nov.  3  .10  17  ''   DOMINION  LINE.  ...Oct.  27      ,  Vaxcouvku   OlIKOON   ..Nov.  ..Nov.  3  10  ��������� UEAVEU LINE.  InAKE Huron* ,   Laicic Ontamo '.' ' '.  .. .Oct.  ..Oct.  21 -  31  7  Cabin 545, ?.')(), $00, ?70. $80 and upwards.  Intermediate $10; Steerage $20.  PassengerH ticketed' through to all parte of  Great Drilain and Ireland, and at specially low  rates (o nil parU of tho European continent.  Apply to iicare-t steamship or niihwiyagout.to  I. T. BRBWSTER, Agont, Rovelfltoko,  or to LtouiiKT Kkuii, Gcii.  rns.-cngcr Agent  Winnipeg.  Mora CTJUE8  have boon effected Iiy my  ������������������������������������������������������������������ 11 n in. TniBBOS. with  porfoct oaao to wearer, than by all other  di'V'Ircw com bln.-.l. They, otHln largest  Rupture under Beveriw". strain. A system of (lttlctthosbcon perfected tho  last SO years, fully equal to porgotial  examination fry mall.   27 vmtouts  &������b������i3SS DEFORMITY  CUAKEKK CU'IUE,  Ut King: 6LW.,ToroistO.  CAW1 OBTAIW A  PA TEXT������  ���������nsircr nnd sn honest opinlc  [ & CO.. who havo bad nearly  For a  itelo  yeow'  prompt ansvrcr nnd sn honest opinion, write lo  MII NN & CO.. who havo bad nearly fifty -fears'  experience In the patent business. ComiL.u������lca.  tions strictly confidential. A Handbook, of In-  . formation concerning I'n trnlK and bow,to ob.  tain ttiom sent free. A1."0 n catalogue of mechanical and eclentltlc books sen! free  ��������� Patents tikon tlirooEli Munn & Co. tucoIth  gnoclnl notlccinthc Sri en tide Amri lean, anil  thus aro brought widely before the public with-  out co������t to tlio Inventor. Tlno enlcndld pappr,  lfsued weekly clejuoitly Illustrated, has by far Oie  lamest circulation of any scientltic tforb In tlis  world.  S3 a y������'������r.   Ssi-ip'-i copies nent rrco:  Bulldlni: lWitioa. monthly, $.' 50 a year. Plnclr  copies,'i.'i cents. Kveiy number contains beautiful platci, in colors, nnd nhciosraplis "f new  houses. Tilth plans, en.ibilncbinMcrs to.-.how tha  latest rtesltms and secure contracts.   Art.-".���������13  MUNN & CO., HEW YOUli, 'ft*''  *,'*       ..������������������   *;.,  1 a  ,..y������f\ PAGE'2.
THE KOOTEXAY MAIL.
Xtbe Ikootenap flDail
STJ.3WCRXPTION.     ,
INVA'JIAHLV IN .\1>V,\>.V
One Y*M,r       	
Src Monliis	
Three Moiith-<..
*.' (i'i
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<i .">)
1 .'.!)
2 O'l
<; (fi
AIWHSTISING K.AT.C3.
One Inch, per 1'iiiiilh
TwAInclus, pcrinimt'i.
1    Sir ,     " "        "...
Spcui.il contrat t.s for i.ivgo udv >-i t iscmi-nls
All hills for <idverti-,,;ig duo the 1st of c.u li
month. i,
Quack and cure-all adverti->em��*ii1a not -Aantcd.
The Mail is printcl every Salmday niui'iiing.
for the Kevclstokc Printing ifc I'ublisl.ing t'o.
(Limited) by
R. W. NORTHEY,
ElllTOIl AM) MAN'AOI.IC.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5. JS.fi.
TAKE   THE   MOTE   OUT  OF THINE
OWN EYE.
TllE Nelson Tribune claims  to give
its readers nothing hut accurate information, and only last \��eek jumped on
the coast  papers  for still  calling the
Sloean  Times the  Kaslo Times.     Bul
in the same issue it publishes,, a grave
blunder which  is   likely   to' do   some
��� harm   to  a young gold-producing district.    It says the output of gold from
the   Lardeau   for    1SIJI    amount:-,   to
��1,000.^ The Tribune could  not have
obtained   iU information from oliiciai
sources, as.it would hardly, have risked
its reputation for veracity by publishing what it knew to be   untrue.    The
books bf  the Government Agent here
show that the amount   of  gold   taken"
from   the   Lai dean  during - ISO 1   w.is
'��3,870.    It   is   also   well known  that
this  does   not  repte.sent 'much   more
than half the real quantity taken out,
as   there   were numerous   .small   finds
which never came to the knowledge of
tho Government officials, nnd therefore
were not included in the above Itguies.
The Lardeau produced close on ^7,000
���worth of gold in 1894.    The gold output' from   15igS Rend  (Revelstoke district) cannot   be accurately given for
the same reason.    While the Tribune
is such a stickler for accuracy in other
papers it should make an eilort to tako
the   mote   from  its   own  eye   before
pointing to tho beam in its neighbor's.
DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT.
Masonic Installation and Reception.
The installation of officers of Kootenay Lodge A. F. & A. M. took place on
Thursday evening at the lodge room
in Bourne's Hall. , W. Urn. \Vni. New-
miin, of., Donald, was the installing
.officer, although there aiv now thiee
P.M.'s in Koou'iiay Lodge, the retiring
W.M. beiug W. Bro. IL J. Bourne.
' The following wore elected for the ensuing year:   - ,   '
'Fi- Fraser, W.M.; M. David? S.W.;
C. II. Temple, J.W.*; ' D. Robinson,
Treasurer ; W. ,F. Crage, Secretary ;
W, J,-Lee, Tyler; John G. Barbei.
I.G.; Rev. G. A. Procunior, Chaplain"1;
H. Smythe, S.D.; D. LL.John.son, J.D.;
W. R. Ross and Alex. Paul, Stewards.
" As is customary with the brethren
they had issued a number of imitations to their friends amongst the
business people of the town to attend
their annual ret option, the mos-t
prominent feature of which is d.inoiiu;.
Most of these invitations w ei e accepted,
and'the floor oi the l-irj.e hall uas.com-
fortably,filled without ciov.ding. "The
brethren placed ;ill t.be visitors at
their ease by their coi dial reception.
Refreshments were handed around at
1 a.m. and the gathering broke up
about two. hours Inter. Thi musician-
were   Messrs.   Ahliit   and   Steed, and
The cntcifainmcnt of last Saturday
I'V'iiii'g. jriveii in Boui-ne'.s I J.ill under
the auspices of Revelstoke Amalciu
Dr.imalic Society, can bo c(,mit-*d .'is
another .success for that aspiring young
company of aitistos. The audienie
was a l.uge and appi eoiativ o one, folio ring the various fe.il tires of the play
with keen interest and entering heartily into the laughable bits presented,
in the faice "Should this meet tbe eye"
the minor cliaiactors v.ere certainly
��ecn lo better advantage than the
principal ones. 0. TE. Shaw, as '���Skinflint," gave, perhaps- the best representation in the c.tst, while li. Syder made
the be-.!, possible'of ,his short p.irt as
".Nabbem." Ivliss Sw.mton's "Polly"
was fairly well rendered, mid Missel.
Valentino as ".Maud1' showed very
considerable ability. S. Hammond, as
"Lionel Long," hardly did so well as
might have been expected from his
,d;amatic record at Donald. F. G. Colston, as "Teddy," played the part of
the versatile Irishman well, butsliuie,
his brogue was not in id at all, at all.
W. F. Ciagc, as "Lambkin Louder,"
was not mi lo his usual form'and appeared rather ill at ease. Probably
this is to be aoco'iiited'for by iiio fact
ol Ins not being "made up" ior the
part. Taking the piece as n whole,
however, it-was creditably put on.
During the interlude JWi-s.' H. A.
Brown gave a capital rendering of' the
song "Whisper Softly.'" A b.t'njo duel
by Guy Barber and Herbert Lewis w.i-*
accorded an encore, and Fred Allen's
pianoforte selection was given in ver1'
, , V 4^ -
'lino style.
When the curtain wont' up on the
comedy, "'J'ite Young "Widow," a pr etl y
little maid was disclosed dusting ihe
chairs in Miss Fairlove'o p.irlor. This
was "Lucy"' (.Miss Stella IJrown), who
did her part equal to the best or then..
TTdrs. Crage had a somewhat dil'iicuit
part in "Aurelia F.-tiilovc," ,buc tlie
naturalness she displayed in her presentment of it was noticeable, and as
the little officer she looked it eveiy
inch, 'fhe energetic and emotional
acting displayed by F. 0. Cotton wa.-.
worthy of a bigger role than that.ni
the jealous and eccentric "Alaiide*. ilie.'"
Although it can hardly be said that
the part was'overdone, yet it wad very
evident that the actor extemporised a
great many things that weio ," not-dii
the book." \Y. K. Ci age >-i*em��d ,to be
quite at home in the char,.tier ol
" Splash," and gave the audic-ueo
something to laugh at by his jj.ii.tiut
personation. Th-* stage maii.igei* (A.
Cummings) i.s to be congratulated on
the smoothness'with which everything
worked and the society upon its good,
fortune in acquiring an A 1 manager"
It is the intention ol the members to
give anothor pel lorniance -some time
next month, which will douotless be as
succe.ssfiil.ibih.il ol  List r-j.ii ui.l.iy.
li.
WAS
A
BOYAL FUNEBAL
REGAINS OF   CANADA'S  LATE
PREMIER LAID TO REST.   ���
Johnny Neilson's Dog Train.
During lite, early pait oi the week i
Fiont street seemed tub.: alive with |
dog teams and I heir trainers. Ti*e man i
who in,uitcmalod this tl.iis of Incom.i- i
i j
tion lie: e is John P. Ni'ilson, who car- i
r"u---. the mad between ib-ve'.itnke and |
Big i3end. lie ii.is.-i te.nn of lour d.-g.-
isitched to a si^igh, Mimii lie ,lr,\e,
tan-leir.. A'niee st t oi bl.n '- 1. ather
harness has h.-e*i made fm c u-'*i <lo_r by
;i lot.d shoo'iinkcr.    Tin- ** breakir.g i-i '
A Whole Nation Mourns Its Great Deart
���Imposing1 Civil and Religious Core-
i.ionies���The Journey to _thc Grave
Viewed by Tens of Thousands of
People. ' ~
il.Jl.S. Blenhfim, wilh the body of
the late Sir John Thompson'on bo.-nd,
arrived at Halifax on New Year's
morning, .iiid steamed opposite the
York redoubt before tlie fhst minute
gun announced her approach Io the
thou.sai'd** who had been waiting along
the watei" fiont under a steady torrent
of lain from e.uly morning. As the
\ ess.*] passed up, the haibor Forts
Yoik, Nackabbs and Georges in turn
fired minute guns. She came to anchor oil' the Gun wharf exactly at noon,
fhii Admiralty orders being lo istrike
Ilalifnx on January 1st .it mid-day,
and in oi'der to carry out this to the
letler Captain Poe had to reduce the
.speed oi the ship, and --ho could easily
have made fhe voyage in ie-,.-, than live
days. The Canadian Jack was flying
at half-mast on the foremast and the
white ensign half way down the main.
Two steamers immediately put oil' to
the Blenheim, find the Rev. Dr, Murphy and Father TMoriai-ty recited the
Libera and .*iccoiii]*aii3'iiig prayers, in
the iiioi tuary chamber, the two sons of
the deceased premier being present.
Afterwards those who went,out to
tb.e Blenheim, were admitted to the
mortuary clumber, and1'were met .it
the doot -i,y Senator .Stanford, who had
come from J'.iigbind with the remains,
is *.epic-renting trie Canadian Govorn-
ini'iic. On tiie loot of the coffin was
her Majesty's wreath with a caid in
her own handwriting.
Ai 1 ��0 the imperial transport-Lily
left for tiio Blenheim with, several
members of the cabinet on board.
After they had viewed the chamber
and casket ten  sailors bore the coffin
4, -   - t
up ihe companiouway to. the quarter
deck, where the assembly .uul all hands
mu-tored at the bugle c.-'ll. The casket,
followed by bluejacket's bearing Her
Majesty's wreath, w;'s placed under
the davits, the ropes and tackle ot
which wore covered wilh black material.
In the meantime, a detachment of
marines, under Capt. Saumare/., was
drawn up on the transput t. Liiy. At,
the moment the command' to salute
vvas given by Capt. Poe, tiio coffin was
swung.oft' the davits, llie Blenheim's
band common- od the Dead .March and
the'first gun of ihe royal salute boomed
out from tho sucljo.ird two-inch quick-
iiiir.g Uotchkiss gun. - At tho same
Jame tho marines on the Liiv piesoiitcd
arms and every head on the Blenheim
was bared. On arriving at the ordnance' wharf the ten siilors' placed
trie'coffin on the gun carriage in wailing and the procession started, headed
by the band ol the King's regiment,
follow "ri by Lieut.-Gcuei.il Moore, .stair
oflkers, and ;i filing party of 10!)
pi i vates. The casket was covered with
the Canadian flag, upon which rested
('neon Victoria's wreath,-and rinse bc-
n.siri it .-vine tlie military and militia
��� i.aoals; Chief   Paul  .md a delegation
SQ'J"DP.CNS ^c   HORSE FLIES.
a r-
'���!:���
:!.<- ( .
.��.-  I,.i'
��� l�� of : I..-
f-i ���"- n-ii1*' iisii im. licnl us
v-i- i . ,. i',,.'i Iia io I ten ' '
Tiorrii \v ,r ol'Jlce   since   liH
Ct-
ct   the l
",-1ViI io ;!,
i   b Co r.
tei
p::t-.-
lir .*:.- piis.b .l.o I in iil'r. ncli ne.vs-
',-.< l'i-roiity of wjii'" ,, ncoi'ht'g
to Ilu- Lt>ii .o.: Court Jouiaal. aie a-,out
C'i'.i il t i tno Laiiuuln  scheme for j lowing lii-l.lo, i):i:;:ely,  by fao.viajr acorns in
rows ,.nd ti.'-n turning in   ]ius  to  r^ot
tiiein, up.    One genius sought ii patent
lor the ir.iimmr   of   squadiuiis of lior-r*
fiies,    1 in.se   iiiiMliarlus  weretolel.d
exchisiv.jv on clood, served'up benc.th
the   delicate  epidermis   of liic-chaiucai
fig ares clothed i.i the uniforms of n-ei:i
beisof the triple alliance, so that vlie.i
ptilitical it:l.uioii.siii Knrone were Ktr.iin
ejl liie hies mi:;lit be given  (I.11J3' a littlo
of the jnico uf c-jrt iia p.)!.v> i.in-j.pi.iiits
aiid  on   nc.iial declaration of war be
tnrncd out in   the .path ot the enemy.
Another   ingenious porbon   proposed a
scheme   for   eaucatiug   war  dogs.   -In
times . .of     peaco     ho''  would     train
French   (logs'    to     bite     lay    figiuc.
woaimg   Prussian     helmets,     in    or
dor'    that   ��� on     the      outbreak      0'
*.yar tho kennels of the whole count'y
liirglit be mobilized, and let loose on tit ���
enemy.' . 'I hen liit-ro are limiu-iuus pro
pos'tis for 1 ridging rivers  by moans  of
rojich ariacl.-t-d to camion  hallo,   nnd  a
piiolouiiqihtT sugKO^is a no .1  kind  oi
captive sin-il, which, bi caking Over the
f'oniliod pis.lion   of   an enemy, would
disclose a small camera  atl..c jo.1   to a
I'.ir.'.Uu.to     Tho  oueir.y's  foil-fioalions
wbul.l Le mstant.-.iiooiibiy jilu io.r.ipiioi!
and tne iqiparatas h.'iulod   1 ,iok  by  tho
stuli^ and the  rioKiiiivis dt'veloi ed   i.t,
loisiuo.    Two ideas ;ire very linn in.m..
One is a sciiomo for sendint: l,-i,'-;e i,'l,i,ii-,'
titles of t)i'i-.oned netillos, as ltm cu mty.
to Uni c.e.i.y'o E-cnerais, w-'��o would   of
comi>e, uii ri mile ihom to ilic.r  forces,
fi:iil.-o |i)i..:i   the   uiiforLUii,.ie   users;
r.i.d t .0 (I'.'.-or to chargee.'.pio-i.e ,*.n.ii*t--
"iVit'.i 1 i;;-;i. :'.    Two objeo.s ,.ie jinisao-l
1?\ the in, utor of tlio   p.-ppi-r -i;*, 1,1.-
ch.age   v Oiiui bli.i I tno -.o.-uiy  ,01,1 100
gtct ib-in oui lo: too ooiitliine .11,. iii-io
jOi.�������������.- we'll.1 -itm-ul ito tho 1: ,.1 1 of tho
'I'ivjk n iu!' :.ios and inoroR..o khu rowriao
jof ti.--Cj/i..'itjy.    Thoro are   ,-.i..u   many
o;iif.��r imii illy jilidvird propos di  such   as
'ui.;j;^'Htiiiiii :.,r inii'i:l:igfei.ap i,_v iii.ichlri-
'er/'i ',.Mtt.- fi pot'itoe-i on  bai.-ick roofs
,i.-i\u"!y.,. -.r   ii'i.i   killing' wi.kIg  uriuy,
ico:, n i*f V. 1.- si 1, s hy po-it���Init thoi arc-
���too Uiii.n.'i'iiUj to 1,0 montium-.'..
Is where we have placed the price on our new stock
of Xmas Novelties, comprising
in great variety.
Dressing Gases
Photo Frames
Elegant Fans
Silk Hand- .  '
kerchiefs
Albums
Work Boxes
Cigar Cases
Fancy Sus-
.   ,   penders
Card Receivers
Shaving Sets
Magic Lanterns
Ties,
etc., etc., etc."
DOLLS of every description.J
���:o:���:o:-
Call &Ti& see out Stock before pur-
' chasinsr elsewhere.
- :o:-
���:o:-
RBYBLSTOK
hi.ivc-.   rror:
tho
of Ncilson'o team .i��i"<>id''d .1 c:.n,.t deal
dtfring Uie e^enuig Mr. Win. Laurence j ^f a-iiu-eim-it. ivyl c-wf.! - lir.-.H ��:t.d
delighted the coiiip.iny with one of his
popular songs.
A,Water Supply for the Town.
Mr. Ed. Piccird makes the to.vn an
offer to supply water for domes-tie purposes. Pie proposes to have a small
pumping engine near the bridge, bringing the water along Front street fn I-
! of eniulai lon.and hs 01 ai lii-j: di'iirginir
small sleighs wit;*, 'living fre'.irht -.���.���(.���:(*
lo be seen oil the sUN-ols. oi-iiic < f t,r;.-
c.i'iine-s wen* obst >���.-[���, ci:.-, ri'i-L v...'..id
boli in tne \\ i'Ciii_r <h; \"f.-.r.t. v. !:ife
Ot hei S   Woi.ld   HO   (1 IV.",     *,',    Ci)^    s, ,y,y.
Kevelst.'ko (imi* ar*��  ip.iie    ��ni,s**J \.i,
being ti.iin-iii'Li a   ny   fciU-.'-    't  ,*:.,
ki.el, but new   th it  ir.c   d'.^r t.-a:" I*. is
I been   inaug.'i-aie.l   w**   ii,..y   .���*.,*���-! t   io
inch pipes  at a  pre.siire  suffii Lent  to
see more of it.
throw 1,000 gallons [ier hour 50 i>\ t ] l <>m(' perrectly
high, or 500 gallons per hour bM feel , ','' v'iU J"''''^^
high. Hous-eiiolders cm be supphe. j ".l,i"'1'
with water foi $2.30 per niouth. The \ Vy) !''*"
cost of the engine aim pipes and put- !
ting them in will not, he s'.ivs. exceed ,
&500. All house-owners, ot course, ,
would connect with the in iiii at th'-ir
own exp.-nse. If thi- ->( 'ii-iiic i-- ;i | r.u*-
tica! one ir would be well for tlie"lown
f o ur leading men ha'd -1 dn u-.-i-.r, hi
the ni.irt'-r. As tiie syti-ni . on! I 1-
well be utilized for fir.* p'i:po-:-. o
will be of the utmost i.npn< *,iih'i- i<.
jirojierty owners lo iuv- sriy.uc 'ir.
Picard's proposition and it' t;u-t�� is icy
.st-ii-,i)i ^ r- a,.: r,   *, in ���
ii..-.:i>*   11.   n.*: .*i s-,  ;,,(!
��� si 111 im- !Ji_c \ji 'i-l :o-
1 ,'j-i.
wi'.Ii   a   sh'.gh-i -ad   r*l
of supplies .md 10 1.1 ,>i ,
NEW YEAR'S DAY
Tii.-i.
���"1    V,-
w.t-,
; 111 - 1 i v*   ' i 1
cu -.'-iiil.i,
. ,- . 11 ���
.1-11 'ii
Miemac Indian
f-s.-rvat b-n v. t-:" also in llie hue. Along
trie euliie route to fhe (i.uhiimenl.
biiiidii.g-. despiie tiie titmondous r.-iin
sio.-m, t.te ->U 'i'l* were lined ten and
two V deep with rhe mourning
po-.i.iacc. Tno body lay in state in tlie
h-gisl itivo oomi.-il chamher, w hei'e
it''w.i." viewed by thousands of .people.
(.)!) Cull -,L.y iiioi uing tin- body was
rt .ii'iv ed t.o .St.. y..\.yf< ifithc'lrai. where
tne :\iiic".".l! s..r\'i��e<i were held, the
o> tin in l,.-..:g iP.oie by A tvhbi=hop
Ciiie-n. i.l" JLJIiaX. 'ib' Cathedral!
v. ., c.n.iph'eiy /l.-a-ed in funeral |
!i,.e. iir.'i in d.-!gn and execution I
i,r.   ia ,1 r I,, fi .<���'.',-i  (ij.iiiie.i  in tins j
-,1'iiry. Tin-re was a munificent
'.v -.1- u, li hi.- ..it ll- i"r-*-t.iol ed vvith in-
( t'uii-.-' eut lights and '-iii'iii.nint'-d hy J
i-so! liiur.i'.^ gold, -rhe (.H.i fai- F
-.. ,i - 7:i��-."":fi( 1 nl. Mid ' ovei ing Ihni
v\,is 1 j,.- i <,)(} 7/.1 !1 of 1 ��� b I, linen ���"
ikii'- 1 1 am l< ., 1 i  .'-,' -1 ni e 'ii. "a hi oh '
: III-    I V.O    11
I llciu sj ,t,. I'cit.-ii-i .*. 1 ����� "Mini.*.
���    In iii.'.'.iiii^   1 ilo I'.'.icils  broken  fbitn
���is jii.l i.i'r,. -i lu.ii'ia:'  iim by bio.im :uni
'jioiui.!- _ nr i ,s ..iid   particles.    Then ,it
���g\'vs i'i," a mill and riiiismto tho '���.bolt-
in,!, ', i-'Joi.'.')������>, .such .\.i is  1*. -o.l in  llour-
jii.'^ Mills, twn'ieit   is   hollo 1... liie   fi.ii>,
ai'inis*. i:.i;>,jij.Vio!o floor tn .f resr.lr.s ho
li-.;.; uil.'fu '. iu   a   u.ixing   tub,   w-'.oro ,1
fsjf.ahrq-,i 1: lity   oi ] steatite (so ��� 1 >-.t.. 11 *)
ifi^nr ->t, af ,'*Ly. ihiiir.-ifaormed. i*j .1 1 .,.,1,
'ttVvBiliiir v.il.i oilier uialuitals ttio vv  .��� v
jilj.11; ul.;.;l   -Hit'   (iCni ;h."   Tan 'do-.i.;!i *i,i
iVn.iuc^Lt.n'ioiigliiy   by p:i;*.i:i^   1'several U.ijvs helwecn iron rcdeis.    ThCnco
1 if'is   cOtiyoycd' to a  table,   where ir 1'
ifaiifc niti-i "charges,'' or .short cy'm i.-r .,'
, fd'o. <-r 1 v*i i.ici.C'j  thick,   ai.d  com.U'i "
.'itl,j;'ei^,ht to t.velvo poiindt, each.     Four
ol tho-o   aro   pliiCod''in   a   stro'ig iron
, cjl'i'iiiit""*, or "retoir, " witlfaci ajge.ihle
liq'/.zlo so asto legnbito tho   t>izo ot the
I.e..til,   rnd   subjtclod   to   trenipiuloiis
hyli.-uilic   p.s.ssiite,   under   wiich tlio
qoii'i'nisltion it, pushed through   iho noz
zle .a tlio "frhapo of  a'-long Vol*1.,   mil
1 asseil over a s.opi ig table  slit at right
ajt.lcs w.rn ib.o cords to give ;*;i. s ^ iv
if'kmfo which cuts thoin i itrt ii'ii.'ths.
^ThoV ..'ii thou Ldd oil boai'us lo   dry
all3,] nf lor 11 few hours  are   removed to
b"!-(.'(-r-ot rorriigiiti'd zinc,  t'ne c-irrog ir-
fi'ig si'ivmg to provoiit, tho^pL-i,-. lis iiuii.
v. a:   i'i<^ ilnrim,"- the Tirocess 01 b..!:ing tu
-t'.'i'.u.*. t'n-y .ire next bu''i.ioc'.t-1 in a kila
lhlo w.oOii siiperlioated stoaiii  is  i itio
dm el 1.1 pipes,  the   teiiiperaiitre  bn.i'
ri -.'iil.iie.l n- vi-rdiiii; to tiie i"e(|iiireiiioiit,
qr ilie ,.i-.-,c!e r-.-posi"l to   its   iiiilne::co
Fro-ii   t'.o   .ci.1   tho  arficlos  i;o 10 ti.V
/.���..-'.1.111,' and "packing room,   where  tnti
e'rj.'is   i-r-j   th ���o.st   fur   a   sococd nailer
r ipid'y   ie
\V-,Ll*,i',l,vV,*ll
(j.i.      Ihey   a:
bu.llil    boKt-s
C'is.'ari I tin--"
f',. s    .ma-   : i
,ggr��*srjTr T*aja^Tt/-wzxm-imzra.'u -..u-.m
ii
ABRAIIAMSON  BROS., Phopkiktoks.
First-class
eds.
1^21��=
'BUS MEETS-ALL   TRAINS,AND   STEAMBOATS.
FIKB-PE'OiOF   S^.^E
��� -hst.pt���KJ��r%-^'=c^tae-^*LVsuag"J'jftra��tfjapaMBaej��gy^
I1
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f-
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stoeKnoim -jiouse. m
O 1-1-'
r0HN' STONE, Pkojmi'-k'j-ok.
The Dining Room is farnishod with the best the
'Market affords. * *.'- '
.Ivmii   eeery   wli-'i---,. and
eatly and smoot.ily ,iol'sh
are   tno.i  pac .e.l im ;i i-re-
each eonlai!ii:.'rv 1 >) in-n
" b-oxos aro in tianjinc ed
".Villdi'll   bo.M'S   ((),,!..Ill
TKS BAE. IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.:    '
TS NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY
AT A LOWER  El CURE THAN  EVER.
i* _c om e.itii, or lO.t'OO jiei eds i-i a slnu
pi ig 1 nt.     K> ariy all tlio woik i, done
bn   buys,   an 1   tlio  co-it,   thu (.-tore,   io
hj'iic ���iivc1' iuge.
,1
li
.ih'
nn
! 1 v' to f hi   lioP'l iiii-, ,i'i,l all li ,:, "���'���
11.
1
1 4- 1.1  1'
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1  ���:, e   : , 1 '
1
thing in it, help him cai'. <���' it lo
cessful com lusion.
I Stii
i I'l*     1
������l.J.I.V
111
Rather Staitling.
Last Sunday niglit there was ,1 v.-iy .
large cougiegal ion in the Methodist j
chinch, the occ.i-ioi) Vi ���ing a, c bildi .-o's |
service and t be rendering of atiliienisi
by the elder children of lbe Sui.day-j
school. Ju-a as Ihe pi.*.ich'*r llti-v. ' .
A. Procunierj li.al given out iiis ti^t '
tho large arch (wiiirb bad been crcci'-d '
over the communion railings on lie >
occasion   of  th'* I'hri'tmas Kvo (-.'tier
' i' v-.' 1- pi e'r*. < oi.' iii- 11
1 th''    11* ,,,(1    iiiu.,! 1 1    o!
1 si ��� .-et  .    .V' ii.-v   ia iv  ,'
i di*-[ rii if l-iii   1!    ii '-i i'-'!   t'
1 .���i.'ii.oi   I-) ; "ov ,0 ���   11]   11
-.v 1 ii I 1 - ot ** I lie s( ,,fi   1 h,
1 11   ��� . old "
'       ' 'i,    ,\i  ,t       Jl'e , I s     :C\ '"
bi id'iC ((.iriL's, ,lf    I.I.'sOll    .
I '
lo. al   Wnr ',   v, e; e   tei.d- I e, 1
1 mi ulai-y -apper by (' inl. f-al'v nil-
1 pi nprietor  of   the   \ 1(1011.1  lio'i-l
I on the iollo'.'. in'-; > * v < ���: 1 u 1 .r  tbc  <  .pr 'i--
-I nd Mi -. i'.'dw.inls,"iir''i l.iiie-d .1' dii.nci
si v eia! l.idn s .md gent I -iiieii   1 e-Klent -
of   the  town.    'Ih*1   dining   ,-( o-n   v -s
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Ship- THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PAGE 3.  LOCAL ITEMS.  , Bourne Bro.'a are about to' add  several new scenes and wings to the  fetage liftings'in their hall.,  The, resuscitated Calgary Herald is  again on our exchange list. May it become a power in Alberta's capital.  Silver has fluctuated a'few points up  and down this week, and now stands  at 59| cents, per oz.  The repairsboing done to the Revelstoke bridge'will postpone the necessity for a new one at least three years.  In what respect does the Revelstoke  fire hall resemble the isthmus of Panama ?���������Before long both .of them will  contain an (H)old ditch.  - Owing to the intense cold and the. influence of the holidays our .staff has  been very small this week, and we  mus-t ask our readers' forbearance.  Officer Graham left for Kamloops to-  1 day .with a prisoner he brought up fi om'  down   river    charged    with   sending  threatening letters.-  Jim Townsend and Dan Mediae left  here to-day on snowidioes for Big Bend.  The latter is going to work on McFar-  land's claim on Gold .Stream.  We understand that ,a circulating  library will soon be inaugurated at the  station, with headquarters at, the drug  store,   y  Why i.s the fireball window likcthe  doorway of Hull Bro.'.*��������� butcher shop?  ���������Because both have a bigo wood row  blocking their light.- ''    ���������*'  ' A long-felt want has just been supplied at the freight sheds, the C.P.K.  having just completed a 73 ft. platform,  and the loading, of vehicles is now a  much easier task than formerly.  The annual meeting of the Revelstoke  Printing and Publishing Co., ( which  was called for Wednesday last, was  postponed. Future notice will give tlie  date. ���������������  - Church of England'services w.ili be  held in thei. school house to-morrow  morning at il o'clocki and evening at  7-30, Rev. Field Tolland, of Ashcroft,  officiating.' ,       > ��������� ,  The ' Liberals of  Saskatchewan  ��������� Bitter Cold Weather.  are  strongly .desirous'  that   Mr.   Laurier  '��������� should represent them in the Dominion  Parliament.'    There are several  constituencies in a like mind. ���������  The 'Dramatic society met with a  piece of ill luck this week.' Mr. Cotton,  one of the members, sold 'about $14  worth of tickets and sent the money to  Mr. Crag'e at the station by the mail  carrier," who, instead of delivering it,  placed the parcel' in the mail car, and  nothing has been seen of it since.  Among those who dropped into i-own  cm New, Year's Day was Tom Ileid,  who is supplying refreshment-for man  and beast iit Reid's Hotel, -situated on  the sleigh road between the Wigwam  and Bannock Point., Mr. Reid says  nearly the, whole population of Hall's  Landing is off visiting, but he expects  there will be quite an irtflux'of settlers  th'e'coming spring.  Skating has been good-for the past  wt*t*k,.awl gitjat numbers of young  people "have beism" noticed "skimming"  o'er the ice-on the other side of the  rivei .?��������� Oii Now Year's- Day a party of  you up men', went two miles up river,"  v, crossing at7|th(i.bigeddy,*and oii'Thurs-  ,day chi-re was ii very large turnout, in-  cludii.g several young ladies. - The  snow which has been f.'illing 'since  Thursday night has put a stop to that  healthy.pastime.  "Harry1 Connacher' proprietor of .the,  Kootenay' House, "Golden, died tliere  on Sunday morning, and was buried  on New dear's" Day. Deceased was  well known along the C.P.R. maih.liiie,  -and up to a few months ago appeared  to be in robust health, weighing  probably 200 lbs. After an attack of  fever he "went U) California to recuperate, but'came back two or three weeks  ago not very much beuetited by his  trip, although for a day or two- after  the home-coining he seemed to brighten  up ; but the-disease had developed into  galloping consumption, and he sank  very rapidly. He was a brother of Mrs.  K. IX Ilu uie," of Salmon Arm, iind of  "Jim-" Connacher, of the C.P.R.  From everywhere come reports of  the severe cold experienced during the  past week. In New,*York, according  to official records, last Monday was the  coldest day ever krrown .in that city,  the thermometer dropping , to seven  degrees below zero. Sixteen below  was reported from Northfield, Vermont, while from all parts of the States  reports of unnatural cold have been  received at the weather bureau.  Near Regina, N.W.T., last Saturday  morning, the house of Wm. Thompson,'  a farmer, was burned,to the ground.  His wife 'and one child were badly  burned, arid another child was burned  to death. Thompson got out of the  house in safety, but in a perfectly nude  state, with the thermometer nearly 10  degrees below zero, lie started for a  neighbor's house over a mile away in  order to get help, but was frozen' to  death. Mrs. Thompson died on New  Year'.sDay.  Atlantic steamships arriving at New  York report terrific gales, accompanied  by heavy seas and intense cold. The  decks and ' hulls were coated' with ice  several inches-, thick. The crews suffered 'greatly from the cold, and the  task of getting about the decks was  difficult and dangerous.  The cold wave was very destructive  in Florida. The oranges on the tree's  rwere frozen solid, and it is said that  there is not a sound box'of oranges iii  the State. Peas, tomatoes and other  vegetables are* ruined. Despatches  f i om the east coast say that the pineapple crop is destro3red. 'It is estimated  that there were over 2,500,000 boxes of  oranges on the trees and that 2,000,000  of them are* a'total loss. The young  orange groves are, reported to ' be  ruined, but the old , trees may pull,  through. , The loss is estimated at  $2,000,000. The cold, weather , is more'  disastrous than it was in 1886.  Nearer homo the cold has been bitter  and it is several years since the Koote-  uay country.experienced such a long-  continued bpell .of icy weather. ' At  Donald the' thermometer has .ranged  from 10 to 28 below zero, and a rancher  living a few' miles' down river from  Revelstoke,says 20 degrees below were  registered at his place -ou Sunday  morning. , , ''  In the towu itself the lowest point  noticed was about six below, but it is  stated that it went much lower" than  this during,tho night. Fortunately  there was no . wind during the coldest  days (Sunday , and -.Monday), but on  Tuesday and '"Wednesday there was a  stiff breeze coming down the valley of,  the Columbia "from the north, which;  while the cold had greatly moderated,-  was very cutting 'and-uiicomfortablc.  The ainount.'of snow on the ground  ia very light for this time of year, and  a   good   heavy    snowfall    would    be  welcomed as a harbinger of w'armer  weather.  On Thursday morning the thermometer at' Vlie station dropped to 20  degrees below zero, but on Thursday  night snow began to fall and the  weather to moderate. To-day the  mercury is several degrees above zero.  WHAT IS A MORTGAGE?  A   BATHER    INTERESTING   BUSINESS  QUESTION   DISCUSSED.  Two Small Fires.  f.The "chemical engine was called out  to-afire on .Sunday morning, but the  intense cold had frozen the water in  the cylinder and no chemicals could be  thrown on the blaze, which was in the,  roof of Mr. Carr's tailor shop, on Front  street. The stovepipe had set tire to  the ceiling inside, and the roof was  burning when help came. A liberal  use of snow arid as much water as  could be obtained soon extinguished  the-blaze. ��������� '  - On Mondayevening'the chimney of  Wall Chong. caught fire, and at one  time it looked as if there was going to  be a conflagration, but speedy exertion  on the part of Deputy-Constable Vick-  ersan'd others put an end to���������the blaze  before it had time to grow into dangerous proportions.  "Necktie" Social.  A "necktie" social was held in the  Presbyterian church ou New Year's  Eve, when between 40 and 50 young  people."spoilt a plesant time in various  games while, the old year was expiring.  A great deal of fun was caused at the  disparity between some of the "partners" who drew neckties of the same  pattern and color, a small youth and a  tall lady'beiiig mated, while the portly  form of our genial butcher was noticed  in attendance on tho tiniest of our little  folk. Refreshments were served before  the old year gave up the ghost, and  while some went homo others stayed  to welcome in tin: Now Year.  Traffic Between Revelstoke and Sloean.  Traffic on the sleigh  road  from  the.  .Wigwam  to  Bannock 'Point,   Arrow  biilieftniiy now  be said   to  be'in full  swing, and the  number of teams  employed carrying  ore and merchandise  between   those   points  is    being  augmented   daily.      The   Lytton, having  a scow in tow, is making regular trips  from Nakusp  to  Bannock  Point with  ore from  the  Sloean  mines.    This i.s  brought   to   the   Wigwam by sleighs  and loaded on'the cars for  its destination.   Some 50 or CO tons were left at  Bannock   Point  by   the  Lytton   last  Sunday, when she was unable to reach  the Wigwam, and she has been adding  to this every trip,  so that there  is a  respectable, quantity  waiting  for the  sleighs.      This,  of course,   will  mean  extra expense  for the   railroad  company,1 as they have not increased their  freight rates ; but they will endeavor  to retain the Sloean ore traffic, even if  the  loss   continues   all   winter.     Mr.  Brewster, station agent, went down to  Bannock Point yesterday to make arrangements for the speedy hauling of  the ore lying there.  fleveistoko Printing & Publishing  lany, Ltd.  Coiup.:  NOTICE is hereby given, that all  accounts owing by this Company  must be presented to' tho Secretary at  once, oi' they will not bo included in  the annual balance-sheet, now iu^ourso  of preparation. ''  '    '        A.  H. IIOLD1CII.  Secretary.  li.evelsl.oke, January ol.h, bS!)5.  Unpaid Railway Enployees.   ' ���������  Serious trouble is reported from the  Kootenay country. The,employees of  the Nakusp ic Sloean Ry. aie alleged to  be some .$70,000 in arrears of pay and  no money forthcoming-to meet these  demands. They threaten, it is said, to  put a lien on the road. The road was  to have boon taken over from the contractors by the C.P.R. on Monday, but  it is not known if this was done. Parties arriving from Kootenay say the  position of the unpaid employees is  serious',  and  they threaten  trouble.���������  CoUunbian.   *   New Year's Honors.  Among tho recipients of New Year's  favors from Her Majesty, the Queen,  is the lion. Mackenzie Bowell, Canada'b  new premier, who vvas created Knight  Commander of St. Michael and St.  George.  \V. A. JOWETT,  MINING AND REAL ESTATE SROKER.  NELSON, B. C.  Lai-doau & Slocun Prospects Wanted,  The Word Is French In Its Derivation  and M<*hi������������ a Dead Pledge���������Thnt Is, the  Proj>������..-ty is Dead to thb Mortgagor Unless lie lledeeins All Pledges.  When a man comes home and tells a  woman   that he   has   been obliged to  mortgage, farm'or home,   there creeps  ii.'.c her  heart   a   vacuo,   imdofmable,  aching uneasiness which would speedily  d vi-lop itself into ahorror could she but  r. .-.ii^e all tno heartaches and miseries.  t: e bitter disappointments and sleepless  vi .ils which that dreadful word   "ir.ort-  f. :ge"  implies.     It  generally  nioa'iis a  farewell to freedom, to happiness, to' in-  dopeiidc-nce, to hard-earned  savings, to  s-lf respect,   to -"all   that    mrkes    life  b ight-.st and sweetest;   it   uVners-iii a  n--w   feeling of servitude,  of   hopeless  1 ngi- g,   i-i   blighted   ai-'pirntioiis,    of  n ifiiihilod   ambitions,   which   robs all  too long days of  1 eauty and  sunshine.  'Iho   ditadful ,word   is    well   named,  indeed,  as it vcoiues  from, the French  u.ort,  dead, and gage, i pledge���������a dead  pledge, so called, because the property  is deed to the mortgagor  unless all tiie  con iitions   are     fulfilled     which   are  n.vr-ss.-iry to redeem it.    Tints tiie home  which has cost, only a woman' knows,  how many days aud   years -of labor and  self deprivation,   may   p'iss '< into   the  hands of'a f-tranger  by   ever so light a  deviation from the contract.    So it,will���������*  be- seen   at once why  it is ro necessary  for wome./to understand the legal Terms  iind     tici. idealities     involved,   which,  ,   i. . . ' ,  thoitgn inoy may, seem  inniiato. aro in  rt-idi'.y very -mimic.    Mortgages   are of  two kinds, real estate and chattel.    Iu a  rod estate mortgage.- thelkin 1- to which  reference has been made,'the mortgagor,  who i.s  tin.-party giving  the mortgage,'  still retains   tho''property,   receives all  tho rents and othor profits," ,'irid pnys all  taxrv- a:id other expenses.'   By this ap-  p.-uent ownership the sense of danger ia  in I led into a fancied feeling of security,  for s-u ely the 'lebt can bo p.ti.I in all tlio  mouths or years which tho  contract ftl-'  lows.    So timo   steals   along   until tho  day whan the mortgage la "foreclosi-d.".  Only those who hr.vo ftctnally ex.p������ri--,  em**<i pubh a state of affairs am i-sanzo ���������  uii thc .-i-roiiy that day bring", and .'.ay-j  tho  timo speedily  coino when women  will awaken to a better ui.d.-rslaiidiugt.  of  these legal matters  which mean bo  it-inch to thoin;,fqr women aro provorbi-  r.Uy    moro   cautious   than  men���������more  prudent, in   their  promises  to payout'  money without a definite knowledge of '  tho .-.oui'cc trom which that money is to  come.    All  inortgnges  nre iu  vvriiing,  nn i'"mtist be acknowledged,' like a deed,"  before ihe proper public olB'der, and fii-':  coiii-'d in the ofiicc of tho County Clerlr'  ,or, L'rcon'.i.-r.     They   must' contain "a1  ���������'���������:p-':on.ptioii ' clause."   and   iii'nst ���������"be;  Fi,;::od and sealed.y?By  a.'"roiloiiipti.oh-  cbniso"   is   meant   that   the1-1 property1;  iii.orl caged can be, taken back upon tlio1'1  i * ,-. . -���������./'..   ,  (ternis or. coi.dilions on, which ij, is cqn-i.  Iveye.i, which is usually ,'iipon too' p;iy-f  n.. nr of the debt' at tlie  fctated time "for [  which  the mortgage  was 'i-iven.,  Tlief;  tii.'.o when tho debt is  to he, paid inustJ  hoc!, iiriy sated, nnd the pioj r-rty con.  ���������veyoil must bo clearly descrii ed locared"  a*.d  scheduled.    Somo  mortgages  con  tain a clause permitting tho si-ie of the,-  pri-iii-rry without decree,'of court when'  c,,:'..ir the principal sum or the interest  fails to be j'uid nt the time agreed.  - When a mortgage is  "fort-closed" it',  means th.-.t some failuro to comply with  tho demands has  been made���������mat .the"  property is'forfeited and must  lie sold.  If the  mortgaged property  when  foro-f  rii*.e.l ani! brought to sale  brings  more  money  than  i.-i  needed, to   satisfy " thq  d-.-.-r,   interest and   costs.-.., tho .surplus  miibt be paiii to the'mortgagor.    Sutia-.  faction oi  mortgages  may   bc-iando in"  either of t.iree ways.    Tho  first way is  by'an   entry  upon   the  margin  of tho"  record,     higned' by   the   "mortgagee,"  winch   means   the person  huhling rhe  -fliort :ace. or i.ii  attorney, aci.noivledg-  ing tiio .*-,-.; is (act ioi i of the, ino't^ago in  the   pre.-eiiou  of  the recording   onicer.'  The second way is by a  reci ipi  wiittcii  ue.ross th-* ii.-ie.' of tho mortgage, signed  i-y iiio n ic t -...agee. hisngonr or attorney  w.iich roeoi-'t may lie entere I upon tho  margin of ihe  record.    The third manlier in which it may tie disoaar. o I upon  t;,o record io to present a written notice  to     the   prober   oilieor acknowledging  the*    satisf .ction   of   such    mortgage,  trivcn by   tho   mortgagee, his attorney  or    personal     representative.      These  aro the general rules which apply to real  ohtato  mortgages,   and -most of   theso  rules apply also  to   chattel  mortgages,  though m most States thoio are sp-ecial  laws regulating personal mortgages.  By a chattel mortgage in meant 5  mortgage upon personal property. Any  wriimg wi.,oh will answer the purpose  of a chattel mortgi.ge would answer as  a I-ill of Halt-, with a clauso added providing the avoidance of the 1:101 tgii^o  wii--ii the liebt is paid. Great care'  S'lonld be tiilfen. and every precaution  us-', ;n chattel mortgage as wull as in  r t obt ito. After a chattel mortgage is  g:von, should property bo gai icd or ac-  onired by tho mortgagor tho mortgago  lines nor' cover it. Mori gages of per-  f-oa.d pri.pe, ly should contain a clause  * rovi i "-g ior rcdciiiptio.i. A person  ho .ng a ' h.iitel uiort jago may seller  transf. r il to .mother person for a con-  .-i i*r-tioi, no: such proper'.y cannot be  . ,v.... .-, r.oi until t:i(* expir .don of tho  I--.-- ,' f -r *.\ i.icb themort 'ii,- -viagiven.  - '.j-::,!iiii!e Gowei, in Jumie&s Millor  i.ioiili.iy.  A   I.i*lU-ver*  ' Do yon believe in this talk about  iliicnvt'rmi.- o man's ohuractor from his  ;.*.i.l>-:itiiiir?"  "! Ao," replied Mr. Hasbln Swift,with  a 51.; h.  "i-vor know of its being tried?"  '���������'. -. .-'.'��������� . vvitn fatal i-.i:.",.-v-. The  e-;.*-:i' ,--.- --Ost <*nccn������sfui when tho  i < road aluud m court."���������  \. ;.s.ii. ���������   ,,., otar.  THE- FLAGS TO BUY"  r  "PI  'ovisions  HARDWARE, STOVES  9  y������  DEALERS IN  IU1GARIAN: -F:  -n������;N.i-_������> a.  ���������O  KEE  Etssftvssca  ZEXjXjS  ��������� ������������������ V ���������.������������������J m ������������������������������������������������������I ii ill ��������� i il r m i    ^  POST-OFFSCE STORE.  urms  And TOILET ARTICLES of every desertion.  Specialty  :  If you want to reaeh the People in the North Riding of West Kootenay  YOU SHOULD  I  ooooooooooo o o o o  IF   YOU   WANT  Yon can get it done at the " Mail" Office  OFFICE  o o o o o o o o o o o ooooooooooo ooo ooo000000000  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C. . 7 }  LONDON'S TURiTY WAIi.  THE  EMPIRE'S   METROPOLIS MOVING  FOR MORAL REFORM-  FOND OF l'l\'C FUNERALS-'  I'i   ;i< li   I  *l .  . 5-  1,1  The JV.nr.- Hulls Are An E*.il of Gliuit  I*r.������jMH lion-.���������Ni^Iit ^rei.oi on the I'rom-  <-!>:t>!t-K nt the Alliaml.ra and -Empire  Theatres   '  t r r  Mrs   Grandv   is   abroad   with     her  broom nud ceiiain sections of the British  jiublic   are   undo)going   one   of   tnoso  ' penodical   fits of  morality  which M.i  cauley fouriu so ridiculous.  The snuggle, wliich commenced in  the Lici-iisii g Committee of the County  Council. o\<r tin* application for renewal of then licenses by those tii -afrit-id i staliiisli.iioiits which admit thog,  ilcmmiiaid.imcs to the part ot their  niidiei.ce :00111s known as the "prouie-  r)aiits 'ii v. ry stern an uiicoiiiproiins  ing o.i i o li mi-Vs. Unless tho Council  , yield-ll .-o- pnto is likely to be taken  into Pi.i .1   ..   . t o 5.  . Tin . q ,-iH,'l of the Council with tho*x-  (ref is n���������e tho Alhainbra and tin* ivi -  pue is 01 jo.'i.; standing. 'J he Co'iiiv il ,  lors aie constantly ,besionod bv the.  rcpiesent.-ilivcs of "purity lea oies, '  nieon;; the members 'of which are iheir  own und hers, wives and ,d.ilighten*.  , The uiPiaopv- Councillors are w oil nign  frantic over this vexed question. "hoy  nre 11". ing to follow out their, declare I '  pohov ot'declining to renovv tiie 110 uso  i# of tlio 1 lieai res where the notorious  proiuciiniiis are maintained, and where  the side of litpior is, perarrtrod in the  auditorium.  But tlie'miuiigersnnd their lmndrels  (in some cih-'s thousands) of employ- ������  :( tea .set up such it clamor agaiiisi tho  proposed ro.itnotion that the piOU-sts of  the ' pnriiy leagues" nre faint, by comparison. - Men of prominence in too  thentiical world, like Sir Augustus  Iliirris, who has vast sums invested iu  tiioiiialeii.il and inauageuiui.t ol trio  "Palace' jIumu Hall, aro 111 a position  to make then remonstrances heard. ,  The thousands  of faahion-tble  young  ' wen about town  who  would feel  as if  -life woie no longer   worth living were  the attractions of  tho   Empire and  the  Alhainbra abolished,   leaving Leicester  ' Square orisbroudod in its primitive darkness and   fog,   all   join   in tho   outcry   1  against tho reforming councillors.  If thih is what you intend to do when   '  yon get   "Greater  London,"   they say.  "we will tako good cue that your  consolidation ui eject conies to naught " I  This outcry ia   not   without marked   j  effect on tne councillors,   who  aro viry   j  ' Riuch in iovo with their project uf cre.it-   I  ing 11 compact aud centralized   Lou.ion,   |  -   and w'uo   wouldyiot like to  soe  tnoir   1  t bclieu.b opposed   in   Parliament   by tho   \  nristiicr.itso  Sybarites who like ro loll at  evening upon  the soft -cushions oi tho  Euip;ro "promenade,"   drinking  champagne or "b. and  s." with  famous An-  " envious. -  The fact is- that tho London man-  nbout-town would give up almost any  other cherished institution quicker than  he would relinquish tho freedom, tho  ease and the genteel abandon Vof those  famous losorts  Tlio uiau-abnnt town had become too  J.lzy to "dawiico," 'besides, it was no  4 longer "good form.'' lie prefer!ed to  hit luxuriously ensconced among tho  cushion-;, watching the evolutions of  beauttlul dancers brought from every  climate under the sun,  PresL-'itly it dawned upon him'that ho  missed bomothuig, and' that it was tho  , fcooioty ot t'-.o ladies whom lie had met  of yore ar tho dancing halls . So tho  ���������'piomenadcs" in ihe new u.ouster the  litres were invented to moot his require1  meats   -  In the top story of the Alhainbra was  tlie original "promenade '���������relegated to  those lofty lemons because Loudon was  thou more Puritanical thuuit is now.  In this attic circle tiie Auo.'.yiiin  roamed at hor own wild will. g"ii.*r,illy  contenting herself with lu.juting  "Ducky"���������as sho called each gentleman  whom she met���������to bny her a drink.  Sometimes the iguoriug of this modest  and tiivi.il request was followed by  rude language and by a sudden upward  kick from the fairy's foot, ��������� wiuci; sent  the refuser's glossy . silk tile Dpu.miig  hlong llie passage.    ' -       <  But such incidents were comparatively rare save on houday nig.it^, ai.d  dames of high degree, who woum not  have ������nio,red ft restaurant or tne coni-  piirtuu-iit of ji railroad carriage h,ia ttiey  known that; an Anoiiyma was seated in  it, viewe 1. as'they still view, the'colossal balia.-, of the Alhatuiira fro,n tho  ten shilling , seats, without fouiiling  the'iif-Olv.-s concerning the"proiue .ado,"  which is "oiic of s.ght, ontof una i "  Il wn!i ti e progfo-s of yeais t.ie", ireni  liave ci.crunched on th" public -.q co at  th- Alli.imbr.t. they h<i'*c iil-o toned  dowii tn ir conduct, and :ire i.m*, c infill to av. :.! the scandal wP,ii 11 would  forever close the  doors ;-.ai.'ist them  By nu I by iMine the En ; 11 --. with its  Biiniptiior..-. decoration.-;, floo -mi eit.elric  light .mil mii.iciilous balleis am! opor-  oil'-s, <,r,t'.,.y/ing 1 i:oso of si ilu p ri-  bi.iii ri "i,r -. .uni siili later - (0 s if.tr  ri-���������l.i--on.y !tii- ���������took t e ,-, 1 unn  the tr.iiisloi inittioii of tin; iii*->..i li-1 S.\  tioi.-.l (J..'i-1 liou.sc. on the 'i h.t.iiea E.n  b ,.i,:,  ilS   o."  I-v '.y  ' a..'-.  it to ���������  ],10..s .,  K..bi 1,  flic -��������� -:  Wo;!: e  tr boshed  <!.<���������   I  ...    1 -"i-  .the  Fi.-   -ii  * ,  1 ,.< -5   l.,u>   l.f" .  ���������no  ot   the   11..  1  .  1- a  ji.ithe*.ic  v a;.  ���������'. it ei;sis ruitch to 77i  -.11 'j,ore to die.''    ",  *   1 rue  a;ul that it is  llIOSETl^WUL������KOtiS.  .NEVER INDORSE AGAIN.  -OVE  SONG     CF    THE     SPECKLED  SWAMP HABITANT.  1  1 1       i 110  i.l     s-lVl'lg  "I'I  . t1   '"is,  i.-.s 1-, in a  th-3  ���������1:1, is duo  to  the i."-t  er-.-i'eiir bus a  iiiiu!0"-i*iy of the  (bi.ryiiig the  dead, and   1-is os  a scale 01" prices bv  if funeral i.s regiti.i;  si  1  ,   co.-in.., iiiui'ti-'ds  ol   lioiia  1   wbici) op-'iis tho fosse co.i.  1111111 gra>*>���������).   As a rule the  ���������fo:nl of duo funerals.    For stalosiuon of  tne iiis-t rank the government decrees a  f.tate t.iii-vnl. which  is  an   occasion of  gieat   ul-play  and   frequently  leads  to-  jiolitii-iii    (ieiiioiistnuioii*1;   but   j'nvate  , ftmec.lH  aro  iiiso   cosily,   and   r any  a  man , who  has  lived   with   the, ntiii'ist  iiieauiics/, all his h.o is laid to re-i wuh  princely pomp., Tbe  door  of hi-", resi-  '(it'iice is hung with   black  curtains, om-  iii-nidi-iel w it'ti silver; hi.-? inonogr on, 111  -Hive;   is 0:1  all   tho inoiirni ig coaches  v.hioli lollow .lie beam*; 1 he di iv er*- aro  r.i'.-Mil  iu   iil.-ick  -vitii  ke.ee   lire.dies,  high boo'.--, itiiree coniou-.l bit.sand long  crape   &'reamers   611, tlu-ir   ,ii*,ns:   the  hoisos for  the  heir.se  are  c-'parisoned  with   sweeping  draperies of bWd and  silver,   ami   on   the   hearse   it-elf   are  plniiie-s and suver  figures  of angels and  t i-erubs     'I hen, too, thccusioir. of send-'  ing o*at .lOiic'esof the il'-*u-i and iuviia-  tioiis to.liie tiuieial is vo;y coiiii'ion, itiid  sou.i'f.iiiM tho.-e nolii Os are a-- "laboraie  mid as clegnnrly%engraved   an i.iti most  "expoi'sivo wodiling cards or invitations  to a brill."*  In sii-i'i'ing contract with tb." decorous  f'liioi.-.'is in 'he riei ;ire the st cues' when  the ij.,,iv 01 a very poor ruiMiu is to lio  (1 ad vi t.ie .'t.ive.    Tho city  is sti'ct in  regi*i\l 14,'i-e.ii.    The.bo'iv cm  orey  ie  kept i'w.-.i;  four iioms Jro-i,  the tune  ' of  tlo.itli    and it  must  bo  buried >ia n  coftiit ut.'itie o\. thin ileal Oo ..... ,, imji..ii.;���������  oil, uuvin ii-iied and so shgiic th it  it is '  alwajs v. ..tp1 e.l up   and   l,'s;oi.ed   with  rope h -*!,!'. o lould  como to  1 ., cej     It  is ta1..en to tn,- gi >ve iu a  be .isu   wiiu h  ia hardly bitter thai)  a ib-ay.    At   tno  fosso coiiiii.uiio tho priest is allowed to  include tix funerals in onosprvice.  Fully  to explain   tho iioc.'ssuy foi  the fosso  coiiiiLii-.uo, ir is necessary to say a word  about   Fiei.ch   gr..\i'y.irds.      They aro  govtjtiieil   entirely ibftoreut from o'trs.  and tiieii" object se-"us  to  ll.* '10  ali'ord  graves to too   unburns who aic  dead.i |.  without taking tooffhiuch op.-.ct1 from ihe-  im.hor.b v. '10 live.     In  ccrtai 1  parts of  the ce m.'.eiy grave,-, irniy t-o bought out  lijiht. thong', at'ci.ir iiou-,   pun-.,   ami  ie...am  fon.vi.-r in   t-iC   ;,(i-s --,u;i  ot a  fi.iiiii..'     j:i   other  .--fotioi.s  n,e   graves  nie i.oiigiit singly, for rwe vo irs fro nine '  ibiic .-i bn: :.*I, and   at  tho   end   'of   tho  fpecitit-d   t'n.io tin-bones  art;'   taken up  nud bulled 111 the tosso co u-i.u-ie.    'the  fosse com .-.niiio - liio lovvist gr..ve ut all 1  ��������� is   a   ditch  twelve feet deep,   twelve .  foot wide, and ;is long ns the  size of tho  graveyard    portuiis     Ileio   the   cufihis  liie put side  by side in-two  u-vvs,   tlio  he.idi- liitoti-u in  the  centie.    VVjien a  certain number are   in   ti.e   dittii   it is  closed .ml   on  another  layer   of'oaith  more coCi. i.v are after warn   laid.    "When j  the dire, is uUed to the .stirfice ari'.t.ier  PH.- ;do,.*.c*'-.'.e is opened, ,i',i,l so until the  ,nvailioh'  si.iii y is   used' up    Then the   .  fiist dili h is roup, nod and   fsc-sli   coliins  are put 111 place nt the old   oi.-.s,   which  havo dec.:> i'd .  WISDOi.-I OF THE ELEPHANT- 1  Hi* Knows   ������\ h.-n   II.-   Hn>i1ti><*n  su mdl.-.l.  nm! N l^iirmi.ly lt<<s,.i.i- Jt.  One dav, miy, a \.'ritor of Kuglish mil-  itirv f.,;i.-r,i'i;ivs, 1 l*,eav_v ywi stuck in  the mn I-!} b..tt" ri of a st-> -i.-, a>i>; the  tHiiu.'ii. >-I -phani vv.v-s tmiio i-.ed i'o -h-'V-  b'-inu.i orhfr liiemi-.i.-l*- *. , i*- fm v. .th  iii.i trunk. But he would "iu"f L>> otdv  billowed and swr.v.sl une,.xi.y. *tn,".ing  from one ft,-r>t 10 tbe other i:i the *-t)<"<v  inud. At i,-ist, with i-.t'oiis .sim'.i  trnn'P"titig. b- toic'iied th*- s'.i'irp \~* int  or th** in-!*, rigbc on trie i-.uztii- "I:-;  e;ivs ns- '.-^ i.friid of l.ir--.- g hi ���������������-'!.'  sa'iib. ' e.-;>! .rued ths niabo it "".S'.-ll,"  ujiswef-ed the officer in jc-.s*-. "tei? him  to spo'.o   thf*   wheel."    "P.-oinis.-   mm.  il. saliib. and hi* -.vil!  I1..,, ss'ioe  v.e'd ' Tne elepha'i'carefully found n  se< iilc tot, ing, curF; I ini trunk .-u.rriil  iil'iWi-r-pi/.-'.-.in'l '..j'.e t;:r. wi,. .-1 rr-  volv*. tu- n '.ho -diafl el' pb.si t put in iu������  IKjiideroii ��������� weight and tb*' *ri",i s],n\]v  rose out of the mud and r-'ll..*.! n\i th.-  6pp'���������:u-j  Du;,!: , ,  The   rrinmphint   mnhont   demaridi'd  biick-lifsli for his Iluoshiar Jlatti Jvvi-o  'Vou .-camp1 You want t n*  >r youiseit." '*.Vo. S.iiub I  it   hisa,   r.r-,d   if   voo don't  wi.i   re- ,e>:,p. ,'  tii-v. r  elcjih-i .',)  b.i.. h  dare no: oh.  give bun bao,r-,h"->h ta-  you are no   gentleman  mm   will  work for you again "    ".MI  ngi.r ' said  the officer, tossing the mn.11 ,t  coiipl" ,,f  rupees   in    sucres-ion.     "t'lovv   nh;i 1    I  ktiowviKi   don't  cue it  lum7"     ' fouie  aini !������������������',   11 in led thl-l r-vPii)!'.", 'lahib "  Tri.it ov- "iir.g by 1:101 .iiJu.*i,t ti " .i1; <<r  was f-uiiiii" .e .1   to   sou   II,.j, in  ,!.,t;  oat rn.s supper.    Ine oiop'i-mt v1. as- \,,-,  ing to and fro   foiiiiig  hii,,s,.h   v,-itn  Operetta In tho   Marsh  rt  8.30���������Only   tlie  f  M.-il.-h lii-.inti Up Tiicir Voi'c.'s,   :unl   T!n-ir   i  Tuneful   Muloily is  SouictlniL-s  Not  Aji-   I  jirot iittcil hy thc Cold Worlil. '  The frog is the latest member of the  which the     snhrnil kingdom whom Science has  put  i. fi,.i.4i that     under a   microscope   and co up died to   ,  s  to ilio one    yield up  information   for   tho   u.sO and  |  ii.u.io (com      amusement of'man.    It appears   tiiat  Fn uch iire    this gentleman,  whose vocal activity is n'  ono of tlie features of si-.b-irban P/o'iuost  liliely to attract attention from c.ty visitors, is e.inipped  with   a, complicated  and exti'iiurdniary musical apparatus.       '  "When tl.e frog wishes to express his  joy ho bursts forth into song., lie lifts  up his voice and makes the woodland  ring. Only tho male frogs sing. The  females constitute tho audience,' who .sit  in the lront row and enjoy the music,  "arid il is the speckled green frog who is j  iho ;-ri:.io soloist of tiio woods'. |  .      Tlie.se operettas only, tako   place ,at  night,    and    the    performance   begins  'about 8 ;{0.  after an 'overture   by the ���������  katydid.* ami tne eariy uio.iqiiicnco.    The  '   frog, lie. vv over, does not cuiuo out   upoii  the stag.; vvitli a roll   of   music   ia ono  band a id  a failing   smirk   on   bis face.  Neither dojs ho proceed to scatter   band   I  upon rhe floor from' a   cornucopia,   and   .,  prefaco Lis  performance   with   a  .--oiig  und dance alter the ,maimer of  vaudeville iittists. ' < > '  lie jump-" right into the middle of his  ' song without ovon a preliminary bow to,  the fiont row in the audience, and,after  a   succession   of   sligrt,     sbitrp   notes,  uttered in quick succeSsiofiT IltriotTit go  at that. -��������� Tr.eii he may receive en nor an  encore or bu iho  objective" \ oint oil :iti-  tsque e-;gs,   or  bits  ot  stone from iho  hands of to.uc of his auditors    m   which  latter (viae nil   makes a  rajiul '-live bo-  ueath too waters and is lost to,sight.   .  Who has not heard the sweet musical  .itraiiis ot a spreckled ftog ringing out  on tno e.ilui evening nir, i'.'mediately  bite, e.'i'ed by a "kerchiii.k ', a.s he dis-  ii].pi>*ii.s beneath tho wave; That h ip-  pens vvlien his song fails to nu et > with  approt .'uiou Tuere ureal way- other frogs  about vviioi. tiies-* honga are snug. Most  ���������ui tiioiLi iirc foniiile-', ol hoi wise there  wonl-i \ e no -ong, tor a uial; liog singing to bin Icl'.ovvs wo.ild lioi bo alioivod  to ^;oi lUit'ie.^iiiiiii ihe first iv.-n bars.  StoiLs have h'eeu told of a ti"g in Ihe  darkness who, seeing others _o; ms kind  whom he look for Lubes, burst f'or'h  into loud melodious notes of joy and  wat suddenly cut short an his musical  career by a shower of missiles 11 mn - m  dtgiiiint nnd ' frogs whoso ruedit iriotid  I i* ban dioturbed. This 6iily'liap|,fiis to  .theyouiij, buoits of the fiogyn e, for'  the oltler heads are too shrewd to inaku  fools \>C tnuiiiselveo when thi-ro are any  other th.iu fouiido frogs about. ,  One of the ext.raoruiiiary things about  frog iniis'c, .-is ciscovorod by a writer in  La Science on' Famille, is the fact that  the fio.; keeps ins mouth closed when ho  is sin';i:u.T. it will thereiore' ne sOjii  that it would be useless to toll him to  '���������shut up " , ,  Pie can sing through his skin. He is  provided with a pair of resonant chain  be.-s like ii: nais ati.i ho makes Ins music  by snapping liw muscles ag.imst these  distend* d membranes. Then ho car;  breathe through bib skin and supply all  thi.1 wind thuds necessary without open  ing bis mouth. Han lei in ins "lsiaol m  Egypt   has imitated in a passage of tho   orio the motions and lcapmgs or'-the  frogs.  .-._i-'l*.*iicb>*cicn_tiat.jifter^loiiK listening in'tho woods, ii an made ont and je t'  tlnc-i to wrV.rug tne song of the lrog. or  "swamp itiusic," a-5 he calls it and has  discover * 1 mat too frog rep. rtoire is  varii-ii ai:ii e ct.-usive Fro^s cm cany  on cotiv.-rsiitioi.s at long distacces nml  t.-oi c'oi-i - 'liiicato'to each other oiiioiiona  of fear or hunger.  '! ii.".: .-bu. ���������> however, are all love  *?o:i_;-r and ;-.- h.ts been said, are only  imi'ilLr-*-.! in vv'-.eu inert* aro feinalo hogs  ;.b<>*,- It :-. uien that the frog di tends  bis nruiii- in their utmost, th'ov, in ,' his  Ll-.kI vv-','. i no"-c and  bis loirs  i;tt   ..part -  Hill! r.il'i)!.  uii Vil'iO'    IIS It    is    c.tile ..    tO  ti.*' *'. ivv n.-.'..-st   pitch   of   tiie   li.ii-sic. 1  f-cab-     A '���������iivf' old   gnen   frog  c.n iims  Ke  <.ii:is*if iioiti-t  for   a  u; u.ii- in'  re l.ij.-.u tv.o   m.ie.,   r.i.d   the   Fr"iich  t .' lio ii issttidied lie, ni,....* t says  ���������'i.alfs  ,.r������   by   tills   i.ei foroianco  'tl'io.v.: lii'.o '"'st Isie.s of di.'li.'br.  J'ii's .-ong i-f th-*  frog ii..* trim been  r'-K'-. I*-')     "ny     tl.-j    Fr'-ucn    >iv,int  ' lireii   ���������'    i"-s-ke. or.-keie'    Kjiiietoo   ]  oo.io1      ]>.������������������>> l* '      l'.n-Kei..'      IJif-i.i-ie,  kwari,   lir-,-eye   too (���������,������' '     T!u-   cio-.-iy  i'*-i-inl<l.'s   Hi"  ta.-e.R-i 'n   ���������),   ro,- V.dii  f'.i'l'g    ;,;:),leiils.  t,'ken   f;o,-.i   m--  fn g  rijvji 1 lie   .trist'iiih.ih .s. and   v.-hioii   i-,  ji'-ai..   .U   e-.ei\    f'.otliiili   match      It   n  ,  Mippyel   i.i>   ev|.i'.-t,s   ftog   joy   of   the  Dr.   Uepew  Glvev   some   Kzccllsr.t   Bea-  < ' sons   Why,  ChmiTicpy jr. Bepc-w has been associate.: all his life, from the very day lie  ,left Yi.le coll "go, with rich men. Tie  was ' one .of Commodore Vauderbilt's  "boys,7 iiiid h.is been the intimate of  tho Commodore's sons.' The Gartets,  the Scotts, the Morgans, and ail the  kings of tne railroad and banking world  fort worry years and more ha1 e been  among M7r. Dcpew's friends.   ������  AH of those gentlemen have been  tackled by the fellows who are proverbially "short." There is a class of borrowers who want to exchange checks;,  that is, the borrower wants the check of  a sound man louse immediately, and in  return gives ;; check date 1 ten or more  daysahead, when he expect1* that his  'own bank account will be rich enough  to meet it. There is in this fraternity a  set of downright swindlers, whoso  checks are returned with that exasperating stamp, "No funds." AsS6lomou'  said: ,, ',,  "My son, if thou bo surety for thy  friend, if thou has stricken thy hand  with a stramrer, thou aro biiared with  tho words of thy in outh, thou art taken  with tbe words of thy mouth."  Solomon evidently knew something  about "handshakers." ' Dr, Dopew ha&  come to somo conclusions also, and hero  thoy are. r t  "Never indorse accommodation notes.  1 If yon wish to help your friend, make up  your mind bow much you can .afford to  lose,  and lend hnn. that.    He will consider ,   seriously   the    repayment     of  this   money,     while    your   111111,0   on  his , paper    will,  not, receive&a'tecond'���������  thought.    If  'his    venture    is    a   fail  nre and your money is gone,   you  will  not be greatly .disappointed,   and your  compr'nsiriioii vviil i 0 an approving con- '  science .md   the  satisfaction   of having  done the lies! you could   for  one   whose  appreciation of 3-our   effort   yoa value.  But your-indorsement   he   regards as a  mere formality.'   He bolieves in himself  and bus great contempt for your fears.  ' At, each renewal   of   tho   note  he will  want the amount increased or an additional note, on  tho  plea  of   increasing  business iind opportunities.    When you  have become frightened at the sum for  which lieT.as made yon responsible, and  find that you must stop'or bo rumed. ho  will say that unless you aid him further  lio will be,, tfuco'l   into bankruptcy aud  you will l-o tho  causo.    When he fails,  nu bo.iiiL'vic.ibi/ will,   yon   find that tho  money riiim-d  on   your- notes  has paid  enemies and strangers  who  insisted oa  his dealing with them on business prin-  doles, and that yon aro his  laigestiind  perhaps solo.crc-ditor.    You aro crippled  iiurmcially for a time,   and  perhaps for  life, by  1111 eti'ng   the inatu nig, obliga  tions   which   yon   have   indorsed,   and  your foriiier-f'iiend, now, your bitter foe,  is loudly proclaiming in his own jiistifi  cutidii that you'aro   tho   author  of his  ruin"   The result of your excursion in  careless lending of  your-j namo   will bo  that you have lost both   friend and fortune, and havo discovered,  perhaps too  late, that you are a fqol.    1 have had in  great er or loss degree  BevGr.il snoli ox-  pl'llillCi's." <  It is said on good   authority tt.-tt Dr.  iDepew lost iflO.OW) last year by indorsing notes;    Ilo'll never do it again, ho  ���������jisays.���������Now York Sun.  ;:::neatii the waters,  THE DEADLY. PRESSURE   ENCOUNTERED IN SUBMARINE TUNNELING.  ���������Verv  I.l  {*'���������! *  tii-  llitl  Nyi**ie London  llnnuio...  "While in Enirland I cracked a,bonmot  which will'bo   remembered  in London  long after the gilded statue of Prince Albert and too ni'-mory of Mrs. Maybrick's  -case h.'ive'inoldered into oblivion. 1 had  occasion only twice while abroad to open  ��������� a case uf bomnots,   and   on-;  of these I  j   found Taiiinged, but a London humorist,  I  Mr. Odell, was referring one evening at  j *a dinner given to me by the Archbishop  ���������of Canteibury to the loss of his hair.   4  ���������'Mr Nye," ho onid, "doubtless had  very thin, weak hair, even in his youth;  ,bnt, though I am very, very bald now,  ,1 onco had beautiful long flowing  hair."  "Ah sir'"' I exclaimed, with ready  Nwit, as 1 spread a littlo maple pyrup on  a truffle and eat it jauntily, "niino' too,  Mr. Odell, was long flowing, but nov, it  is lonn fled." *���������  ("Flowing" and "fled" of course bcin-?  used intPichangeably to make tho wit  more pungent, but, as tho reader will  Bee, in urier defiance of the actual sense  of the words Tho wit bf the remark in  bo all tired subtlo that somo of tlio clergy  ,wcre at .son for some time, and even began the s-ervieo generally used at sea,  whcn'iill at onco tho thin sparkle and  delicate fizz of tho joke flashed like it  IDiimsis-riiB lilado, as it were, thiough tho  cjnigiie iitmospheri, .so that tho arch ,  bishop laughed heartily and Mapped 1110  on the back liko everything).��������� Bill Nye,  in Now Yon: World.  branch, am1 loimd   tho fire st<;  hn,'  baiirfuioni. ioio.'t Palace Varieties, 'i hen  it won tii it .ilr.s. Grundy became greatly  ngitattd.  The Kiiijdrc "promenade" is tbe typical one It is ho near to the 1111 btoriinii  tii.it vvi'h a slop you are there. v< t per  ftcily uii-. .icd against observation irom  the an ,1. .n-e  Heie, vv., lo exquisite music sweeps in  fluOiis through the vast h.iil, London  c. I. 1-n'i i.-������ oi Patliainont or pres-i or  j.io a-ie I ill at ease on the 8 .It en .hiriiis  1 , tin* I* ��������� > "s. s uf*   tl.i;   Iir(ili.e...nle-1,   and  111111 . J.. r> vviiies poured by t a.- vviite  h.ieis 11 r .'..Iy llo'oes, who vie m love-  liui's^ 1 hn i in' Marguerite G.miieis <ini]  Kill    (.. 4 *>,     I'laboi.itely    dios.scd,  Bvv  n: i-i.  1      / h.iiidit'ii.s  "I" s ,, ,-* t- I-liigiisiiiiian's hnrom,"  f.,11,'. a ', '.,..1 il luiii. when he v/.n  t.il:- '.  i ,      1   1,1st time to the  "Emjiiro  pIOIIILIn.liO  cliuiiat'ies -ti it calces of flour, bntt'-r  and sugar- pinch im d with tlie bai k  biictsb for the Ifoo' luar's sup', cr The  rmibo'il look up one of th.".,- ������,ikeu .ni'!  o At red it 10 the ' wise one " who weigh  ed it carefully in his trink and fher,  dc-positeii id. with n satisfied siitack, in  his raw looking mouth. "Now, -iamb,  this second chupat tie is light weight  .*-'.* - him find it out."  Tn.- <���������[, pii tuts are accustomrd to a  cei-t/.ni ration wight, and when tin*  Ifooslinir rook tin*i cake by the edge ;i.i  Bilgry twiiil.'lo cam'; into Ins wi-ked  hi tie eye, and. quick hh lightning, ho  slapped the muhout in tho !,ici* with tho  leathery mass. "Hoc, pnhib." (iK-dtlm  iiiiiii in L-l'-i-. "[ dare not ch'-it luiii'"  Ann ie- pi' ,('��������� I himself up nml oifeied ,1  larger ( ii ���������I-r-���������! lie '.'iiiu you , lonhsli  one' ln\ i'vi (beat von7 Ilu- on.  is riv', r '��������������� lght." 'lh" eh phaiil, no I'T  stool, aiid ate in   lorgiving  tranquility.  lillerill  1st  A   llll  ���������  1  11*. ,* 1,1  -  -  WI,.!  .   1-  ).   !e t. .  :n <  i'l l'"t ,T  1-1  c  il  t1 a  Ve] It. .,  'U  '������������������ t   nl ,  w  lilt     III'  -M-.  t! 1;  r.olK "  10  : ���������l   -it  tin  resO.  . >;  ..  i.i  Mi:. 10  ri  lis as   |  obi  Wo  'II  ."..-  -��������� .1  10 'it*)  to  ���������v men  th*  ii'ari.'i  r.  nn"  !���������  n-  s         IS     (   f  ..  IV  (l.-s.re t  I c.  il ti..;  '  ti  ri.i.,  1,  -11  e .   it .*.  1: <  ;,. of tie  -  .;  li-'-'.S    v.  ''.  ' *  .  , -  ii,.4. 1:  'in  ".it  n  ������t,.i  .'-.���������.ti  .1.  'ir  1  'e-,  ei.c  oi,1  - .-ri' .1  as  mar: v  ll  li  I V e  if.  1   1-  .-I  aio.- ri  'ir*  rem :g  .  : i  1'  ta  v( rtf.iK  V   ''���������  r  a,������p"  lio:  ���������"l,,!*'   1  .1  1 i*  ,  ' - /  Of   per.,,]..  W.'." 1) 1  .'-.  instead  Ol  !',,  .1  '1 /  tii" -.iii.'li i.i.i', (/.''K iirtiici"! :i.i,i,".'n  Vi-irnei  ,. 111  ., hangs from lbe ' <-i    ,g or  is ,nt u ,ii- i to 101.1    poi'i'iii  of   loo wii,l  ��������� it ,s 1,0 llide.itly ii'.pui by Hi" manage  mont," etc  1 I,    I.l  I Jill!.Ml     >1| (-11.  Sfovr-s nre b'-mg i>utii|).'md tt)'- bonio-  Jci-ctiei 11 qi.ii e  p,n I  uric 1  ,    lull ,1  111   till' I.O'.IS  loi.n'i    f.  I  ,..J  I   J'l 1 ij       l"l      bl 1    ll|e/|li|gi   t.ie.11  'ill!     I  .-I.l   .III   I    pill   ill..    -.(,,,!,-   Ill  .  V .    P    !'   I   ,1     l''VV     llllllis       I |M II  ai.u ; ' .' 11 e 11 b a --nit,   diy ' '��������� <!  I    J1IO1      -s       ,vlil       I'llllg      tMuk       lis  11 nei  l"l e  Ir*    I  ^t   IN. tv   Wnril  11.11.1   Itrt  ll.-rl*;iit Ion.  The nevt revised edition of Murray  will coi-t du the word "larrikin." It.-l  ifigriificaiii'O is poenharand irs derivation  mar.>-,)'��������� ",. A ������������������liirril.in" h hi; Australian  ton .'ii boy ��������� r, garni*i. lie 1-. of (hej.eiu-  hai -tr,,in of dfprav iiy sure hi be loiiinl  111,1 iiii.'i li'ie /.tist in hn, rhe logical all-  ri'li:-,' of ii" coiivi't dull asli, and tho  woiii.ii wi '> follov 111 then train. Ilcin  f>t,iii to!,,iv i j'-, 1,1,1,1 uii t, not to be found  in ,-i>\ oih'r tough boy, and physical  ch;i',i'ten-!i'���������* which .would identify  In 1 tvl.i 1 '-or found by a f-tud(;i)l of tint  hull,,01 1.11 ������������������ For example, the hhapi: of  lilt I,, ,���������! n iiiiinislidoible. Id- ii jdeiiti-  f. 1 mi Aii.<.r.di.i( Hois depraved, lack  ji,.' iiii!:-' 111 mental nud moral health.  In v.i.i, until lately without any indi  vi'In.d ">, .o.in-ii, but not loiig ago oik  01 tb' el ��������� v .���������������������������! 111 court in Moil osirno,  and tie ijisli otli'-er who h,.d iiim 111  cliari'e 1 .wi" .WiiCil tlio judge what hi.s  offi re- wa-. : -piled - II') wit, a hir.-i ring,  v.-r 'om " v-.'h micli a rol . ig of ll-i-  "1' 1!, 1! ih'* jo 1 i" iiiis-iiiib r ��������� ... I fur ,1  nn,   11,,   1 io 1 .might  t "do   wind   iv um  11  1 ,      ii-     I  , liie  boy.      I|   e,  since, j-,  j\  , ,    0,,   -.     tie   si. "i'i    giiliui    li is    i>( c 1  1 ��������� 1    , -,    I1    - 11  ' i ii*, 1'nn     uu 1 lh"   woi I  lUO   'tt.'lil.M.lll.il     Ol    Alio  1  Ti lily Ono Half the World Does Jfot Know-  How tlio   Other  Half Llres���������iieuriiiK an  1  Atmosplipric I'rnsBuro of 05 Pounds to  tho .Sniiure Inch. ,  ,1 ���������-���������   (1 .  Lnlioring 1111 the firm earth, with "all  out ,.f iiuura" to brti.uii.*, perspiring, nnd.  :n,iyi.,iji, giiiinhliog ut oiu-'b hard luck, a  11 .son i-i-idoiii, it t-ver mops to think that  in 1. woik tiny after liuy'tleep down m the  v\,-ili-r, or the mud, with none but a ni tidal  li .-lit to -uide iheir liiovbinoniH, nud only  lii<- air that is iiiimjicd lo t'neni to breittlie.'  1' oplo who work 111 the open nir would  li.oe only to labor for a short timo in a  i.uer's suit, a c.-iMsoii, or an nir look, (?������t-  1 lug a,laste of what 11 is liko mid llovv, it  tit-is, to hd ciiied foii-v.-r of grumbling at  in. ir, lot and 10 tlutiik their lucky biui-o  lull il hns been orduiuod that they work  01. top of ilu- earth.  The wntk of 11 diver, hisBr-iiR-ilions while  iiiiilei llie vv;iler, ami his tix|i.-ileaeert have  oil 11 l.-t" 11 vviitten about, b;.t th.ise of thu  .. r loi k mid ciiisson worK.-r havo not.  ' W'l.ilo lio do s no*, tuce thu d.uigei of foiil-  l.ic p pes and linen, an dons' ilie diver, ho  May- down longer, gets wiirmei, -lal his  g e..t il.iu.,ei lies in thu nt igiiin 1011 or blood  .cil puahsis, rohulung irom the chaugou  ot <i ino-pneri'.  Mr., It C. KqiierofNo. 50 ' Cainbriilgo  h'l.et, ' E ist Cambridge, is 11 ti airlock  vw.i-ker, mid talks iih.hi uiteii-stiiigly. His  \*o k was m.'iii.ly in tlio air'locks used in  'I iiiiduig the great Hu .11011 river tuuiiel,  'Id a belaid reporter lie talked of some of  l ,t- utilisations, diiugi-r.s'alid experiences.  'He s.-ud th.ti A-hil'j auiim woricingoii tho  sin r.it-e of the earth bears up an atuioa-  i.i.eiic pn-ssiiru of fifteen puiunls to the  iiici., men 111 the locks Lear a pn sstiru of  ruin lilleen to lifty pinuids ol com pressed  air, att-oiiiing to the depth. 'J lie Im.iVicai  i,r ssiire e\\*i work* il under Was boniu by  live iliveis un iho Swoilish' coast���������Kixty-  1. e poiiii r. Four of thoso died live miu-  ui s after coming out. ,  Winn*, as a geiKTal thing, , the diver  s aids 1 ot nearly thiit'aiuouiit of presBiirti,  and seldom ulnya down more than two  hours, the mm in tho Huds m RiTcr Tunnel hti.ml a prehsiire of from 45 to 4(><>  -1 minds and woikod in four hour shifts,  ."-.niu* nit-i: stayed down 20 hours, at a  ���������iieiuli, but iiid not work all'ine time, and  ,'inpei mieiideiit Iinskiiis stayud down or.oo  ^4 noun.     , .'  The s .ns.'itioiis exnerioncetl aro peculiar.  Wiieo a 111,111 lirt-t btops in there is a tin-  ���������^iingriii tlie-u.ir and a pam 1,1 the head,  und wlion he talks it is appal cully through  ine nose. This is c aisii.il by the piensiire,  a d the H'lll.-dy 18 lo imld the nose,. closo  ;n un.iiiii .n-i blow a���������'aiu t ihe o.tr-*. This  leli.-t <-^ the' p tin and stops the sen-ation.  \\ lieu In. pressure is nil on tho worker  fe.-ls nb ii���������lit mid experiences no tl sconi-  I..11. j h.-u thero is auurt of exhilaration,  u:nl a 111 in does nioro .work in the look  Wuiii ie* eon ,. do outside.  .Anoi,a- u uiiliar thing about the. notion  n'Min pr, ssiiro , is thul a 111 in may havo  1.,ni'oi* eiiniigli aboard when o .tside to just  111 d i> Iiim I eel jolly, but when ho steps  im.1 il-e lock li.- is as (hunk ns a loon.  Tin- d.uigur lies in 'coming out of the  p e-siii-e 111:0 ihe op-11 ulr. It is then t. at  .1 man I-* iq.t to suffer tioin Mnjnutioii of  'il-.'i; blood and liur.dyslH u.-.tis-id by the  .���������!;..ng- of ,tiiiii)split*i-e. D.-si.li'S tnis a man  111 ,v b.< -utiu-ked lu the head or stomach  vvitli se.nn- p .ins. Three out nf five c.isos  - eie tii.. I e d and sumach uro nl tucked  r mill frit,illy. ,  Ao'-t-i-r severe milady resnltiiig from  t .1 ch mg" is what is called llie "bendi."  1 li.s i.s the nir getting t 1 I otweeli the flesh  mi I tl.i- liu/ii*. It is i-!"tn'int*Iy p.in'ul. nud  km M<.\*e*-e fit -t a quint of whisiiy iidminis-  , ti'1,,1 in h lit an hour would u..t intoxicate  th.- p.ti iu. The stagnation and ' nr.dy������is  ar* be vvur.t dangers, and do the work  (|ii cl.ly. Many men liave been keeled  over by tie so muses, and not a fow the.  Ol timeis .a tat' business soin.-times get  e. tight. .- r Rapier himself was twico at-  ui'-ke . The ii'inody for this paralysis is  a quick return to tho nir lock.  The 1 fb-i 1 of the pr.Hsiiri* varies on aid-  ni -Is as is sliuwii by the iuuIuh used iu tho  1I111I-011 iti.tr Tiniiinl. Sii'iio ot thrso  b.-a-ls an'k-pi nt woik down In low for ������  year and on being brought up nre worth  ii ore th ui wlion .they were taken down.  Diliers ili.it had been in tho works four  uioiiilis, had to be killed. '        ,  The mon ns n goneral thine; do not ro-  niiun n gicat   iiintiy years at   tli- business,  II ,d u iiiiiii Hhimltl never work at it after  i.c" is 40 y. nm of age.  Cut mg n hole nnd building a-tunnel  lliioiigh v,ator is nu i-xiieiiiuly diflictilt  tidng, und by uiatiy   was   thuught  to   ho  III p HsiliV. Still it was done in tbe ciiso  ot the IIiiiIhoii Itiver , tiiuuul, nnd the  nieinod, 1* luld by ilr. Kiqiiur, is very hi-  leltHti   g.  The work on tho tunnel I mil progressed  n 111il .1 body ot water was struck. How  111 tunnel through this hole of water wan  -. ]ii<x/.hug .piiiUoii. It was done tlil-j  wav : A H-i-ciilled bn'loon was coiiBtruct-  id, l.y making 11 neiinig vvitli cm.vim. The  iuletii.r of iii>- balloon was t lien tilled with  bine c .i.v and 1-1 t hay. Wln-n filled, iho  b 1 0011, 1 ill 1 tv feet 111 iliain.'t r, weighed  lit) tons. Tlio hoi.- of water una then lo-  i* 1 ed, and, with aid nf a hugo' steam der-  rii k, the hallooii Was dioiijit-d into tho  inile. I'lion several hciiw loads of dirt  w.-rii dumped down onto the balloon, nnd  thu whoio lh ng was left to Ht'ttlo.  At ihe und of ten days the work of owt-  tbi(( ihrough tlio balloon was begun. This  was a very diflienli job. An 1 n-a of whnt  Imrd cutiiiig it was may b- gained from  tie- (net that it took two inontlu to dig  1,.rough tho thirty foot,, the plates and  brick were going in ns tho work progres-  w.(l.���������lioblou Herald. '  FACTS IN FEW WORDS.  Points or  IiKer.-si   t������  HI   sorts  nnd  Conditions of I'roiilu.  Pa.'.uuni -n-eiilil n^vi r l.-t anyone hear  Iiii.1 noi his vi .]iuf .-md ii Im be.ieied that  mm:*, >.f in- e.itr-iiH-lv peculiar elT. cts he  ju-dii.ed -,-,-re obt.iimd by his tun.ug his  i:is(r.n*.<-iit half a toue,lovvi-r or higher  than tie; ..rii'ii .ry pitch. .   ���������  O er fifty kinds of l/nrk nre now used in  the ni..iiiif..o'.i!ie of jiniier. Even baii.ina  skmg, pea viii. s, coco.-inut fibres, hay  Blr.iw, 'ft-ati-r weeds, leaves, shavings, corn  husks nud hop plants are nued for the equis  piirpoco.  The elihle dogs of china nro knowu by  their bluish toiigm-a. They never, bark  and are very taciturn. Four and a half  mibio..s are slaughtered on nu.illy to titillate tho p.dates of lh��������� celestials.  An'old album of stamps collected thirty  years a^o in Savannah 'and recently discovered by nn heir of the collector, hns  r< v al>,d a 11 limber of valuable issues, wine  of them worth $1,500.  '��������� Hern', in Afghanistan, is tho city which  has been most often destroyed.. Fifty-nix  lini.-s liuve its walla been laid i.i ruins, nud  the same number uf times have thoy been,  erected again.' ������  Fishhook* are > precisely tho saino' In  shape to-day os they were twenty centuries  11^0. The only difference is the material;  then they wore made of bronzo, novr,they  are made of iiteel. '    '       "  lie twelve months no fewer thnn 21,889  ] ersons'died in India from sunke-bite, and  more than.hnlf n million , of snakes' were  destioyed (hiring that period. '    >���������  -The highest lakes in tho world nro on  the Him.dayas in Thibet, where there ar������_  somo bodies of water as high aa 20,000/ei)t  aoove the level of the seii.  Through a pneumatic tube, 700 miles in '  lengtii, l.-ttors nro  whirled   between   Palis  and Berlin at tho' speed ofawonty   miles  a  lnhiiito  Tlio Bon Marche of Paris lins the largest  kitchen in'tae woi Id. Thero'nro fifty frying pans; each largo enough to hold 800  cuileta at a tuna , t  Tno sweejiings of the Denver mint, which  have been accumulating 'for years, were  wished recently and yielded $8,000 .vrorth  Of   gold. I   -, r  Trolloy'cars in Now York city aro -often  chartered by special partieo, ���������who traverso  tho route for pleasure. - y     ,  -A farmer of Con wav. Ky., 78 years ,old,  was recently married to a 13-year-old girl  of the same Jilnce.  Woodou goods wore "first manufactured,  in England iu-tho fourth century,    t  A single hair will bear a weight of 1,150  grains. '". 1 '-    '     " ' ,  WOMEN AND WORK*  Tim I'liicnl Gland.  Tlio pineal glnnd is a small body Almost  in tin* centre of the brain. It contains a  1 avity holding a s/inily substimco compos il of plioHohaii; Mini cuboiiale ot lime.  1 h use in tl.e animal economy is chao-  blteiy iiiikn *ii. Fanciful physiologlits  have conj". tared it to bo the seat of the I  si-nl ���������C.iic,.go lb raid. I  Prot  Forroro's  liitert-ntlnff   llonson - .Winy  ,   tho I-'iilr Sei Should Not Labor.  "The problem of wi man from a'biosocl-  ologic-d pnliit of view" ia  treated   by   Sig.,  G. Jferr.ni in the Moiil.t.     "Tiie essential  condition of feminine.existence." which ha  dosirc-v to .Analyze   ii   his-paper,   ia that  which liu.naines,','Tiio Liw of Non-Linbor."  "As   it  is   a natural ,lnw  that  tho man  must l.ib,.r niiibstrngglo to liyji, so is  it a  iintu.-nl law that th-j,woman should neither  la or in ir, struggle for her existence.    Biology cl.-ail    st oivs uh thns  tli������>   phyBiologl-  1 c 1 pro p.-rity of secies * depends   on   tho  , d:v 'sum of .nhor betwoi-mtho s.-X'-s,   for in  ex ,.:t raiio to this is tho duraiion  of  life."  .Mm I'iuge,    as   found   among   the  higher  iiniin .N, is "11 perf. ctod form of the   division oi lal or and mutual   eo-o] eratioii  of  thu m'ai s. "    IJuring hati-hiug tune tin- ma o  bud does all the providing for his    brood-  ng unite,     At other tunes her functions  u  seeking food are weiely   auxiliary.    Shall >i.y vviih lion-and  hyena.     Tno   f������arfulv  toil w-hieh fulls 10 tho savage    woman   the  wri i*r pro.'iotiiiui'B 10 bo "merely a passing  J1I1..H-, a ��������� cry   . iingi-roiiH  ni.ciralit.il,    produced I.v th*-t-xoossivu sellisiiiioss of   man,  4 which does nt>1 ami cannot l-.st lo g."   He  r. mai ksi7lfTrthi^r?iTWlTfvviTi'c,i it is found  "Have remained in a savag * state and have  made Hc.nu.-ly any progress." '  In civilized nations female toil is not  nee. usury for the production of the wealtk  n.-eiled for 1.11 man iiy. "Man, alone could  'do this. Woman labor only tends to lower the marketable vauie of in .lo labor, for  wtiilo woin hi " Is' working in the fat-loiies  there are everywhere, and ei-poi hilly in'  Em ope, crowds of men vainly b eking 1 m-  plo.v in.'iit, to vvnom the o.-ssaiioii of work  Is an oll'i-ecuirent and terrible evil. This  hIiovis that, even fiom a sociological point  nf v it-w, yfeiualo labor is a puthologicul  ptienomei.ou.  "tilatisiii-s show us an increase of mortality among woaien and childien in couh- '  trios wiii-ru industrial life h .a pressed  molhiTH into its ruuks, 1 A perfect woman  should bu n chief d'oenvro of grace and  r.-liiieiiu-nt. nud to this end she' must bu  exi-in; t ri'oiii loll. The working ' woman  grows ugly and loses hor feminine chumc -  t.-ristic. ��������� Womanly grace a.id tne lovo  whii-li men l/ear a beaiitifiil woman have  pernapu been the origin ' of paternal love,  'and ot all tlio other sweet nod t< nder feelings of which the nude is capaiili*. Graze  is ilu- mail, tic sidonf weakness. Woman,  nior,- iliiui inaii, ei joys all the benefits of  civil./, iiinn, vi Inch iieverthele,-B have boon  in oi ai part atqiiiie ' by l.iin nloii". Man  labors and toil,' to-day jus. a-ho did of  old, and 1 hi r 'k notl ing ahuo.mal in this  fact, lor it ii Ins posiiito (buy.  "Wlia' advaiitago. then, can bo gnined  by pnrtici. ntiiiit in mini's stniL'g'o for existence, h'Iioii woman has only ,10 wait until he pi i-es t, est. benefits at In r feel? I  cannot understand why tho question of  woman bufTiu^o should so excite public  / opinion. It is entirely profitless to her.  If her htisbaud strains overy nerve already  to provide her with all the luxuries of life,  he will certainly not be lax lu defending  those interests, which are- identical with  those of his f mily."  **      *  Yobnoco nnd Muscular Effort.  Two eminent English pliyyieiiin*. Dr.  Warren Lombard aad Vr. Vatican Harley,  hare recently niado an Important series of  experiments regarding the infiusnoe of tobacco on mnseul..r effort. They find thai  wodenvh* smoking, in one aeon-Homed to  it, neither increases the capacity for work  nor retards tlio iippio-ioh ���������t fatigue;  though, in some oa-<cs, it mnr slightlv di-'  minis!) miincular power and hasten' tno  time in which fatigue 'oTurcoim* tJJO B,-,.  t in.

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