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IB. t)., JANUARY 2.i 1903..'  w  -J���������^   " _C3_' ,  -J I Cj L   _JL_ -   -JL.  .r  Thought Might" Strike"You  <i      ' y        '���������*. r     ' i       ������ ,  ���������* to1, come'in and inspect our  I 4        ,    ,i ,        , , .       L a ,       '   Jl  i    Christmas stock before mak-  Vi     iiii"'-'your purchases.    -*  , vjl(l , I * ��������� - , 4  ;- Suitable,3rid;,Ppetty; :Eresents \  . Furs.  ^Silk ^Handkepcliiefs"  ���������,'     i       J rff^f y   ^ .r  "Silk Blouses ,t    ,  , Neckties -/J  ,   '';  Dainty - Shoes1.'*: '���������-  for Ladies and; Children  i^f?j  Lace uu  Everytliing suitable in-  "'Dpflss4. Goods, '!*  ~   J���������-, ,_YU  ftd"!  '������������������ff "'ffBOCBRIBS::-'^������������������'"'-  - 1-4 4 " ..���������!''  ,j    _        I. ^ - >��������� _ , '       ,      '      "     . 'I.    .  A, complete,stock' in-well chosen .variety--  '">   ' * , I .  ' '������ . . "-<!, ' ,   , ' V  K'11 Men,s^Fupnishings: ���������������������������./.-  c U r '     ��������� . '    *  'Hats, Gloves, Ties, Shoes" ,forv Chpistmas -  is .to**-sell.'.only what'  vou  - YY_Qu"r idea  pleases, ancl  4y\\-]ll  hold  yQurffracle?.\'\ve are at  yuour service.  if'treatino'  irieht  ....   __���������   !  'u'rYN \  i  e  ���������:td-  0  >  i.-  Morijm^\f ^luainacjcu.TSc ^xmg^aEacrtfl^*jnB)a jaaKsaspcsKi [tsxatsHXMBoswi  Jfie' Year That Has Jt Closed" Has' Seen  .,'   ' '.������''''" ..V im  Substantial .Advancement in, Revelstoke  *-'  .I   . *   - ,1  , '' , ��������� *        ii  and tlie Surrounding1'District. '  IffToti  V$2.'*dO Per; Year*,  hsi :  t. (  -A :?r  Ji   '-4 y --,?-��������� ���������MJ'i.wffl  -,-s i"ri0r-������i?������A,i2S^I  . s.K  ^'f&i&i-l  -r,-  Bros: & George, Limited  ,J      i ,' run cnv       *        ,  The   now   ,vcai .usheiod   in   a city  council composed of mayor and  alder  men   "'   '"��������� ������������������ ~b -���������'-���������'   ���������'  ������������������'���������  wqi '  lotels  R  TOUrPBOMISED YOURSELF. AN OVEBCOAT  ' This Fall.   Don't-put .it oft" too late and. catch cold.        V.      ^ .<  And do not'liuv^.i cheap, shoddy one. -The}' never look M-iill.  Let u������ make you a coat that-tvill please,you.   "\Ve,can .do it.  T#* ' Fashionable  of, piogicssivc' ide.is, and .vvjiose  _ lias lesulted most beneficially tp  tlio city 'in the jcai*. th.it is1 closing,  placing ''Jlevelstojce."^! .the fiont nink.  of Caiiiidiin cities of^ its 'sue. , The  most1^ impbi taut fe.ituie-'of the yen's  adininisfiation "was ^thc put chase-of.  th'e watOLajid light plant.. This has"  losuItedYin-placing ivuiluiiblcfianchiso  dnectly in the b,fii(ls oi.thc people 16  thai llfcpiolits lioin it may be used  foi thc.publicTfbcncfit c "It "has given  the '"city'- an .issiucd ricvet;ug, winch,  will piovidc for extensive -public-ni)-  pro'enionts, .111 , the- futiue An  e-clcnsion of the watei supply'must be  piovided foi afcanVailj date?,and this*  ���������Tvill be ' one, oi\ the most nnpoitaut  points ot civic policy 'to 'come Hicfoio^,  the new cotincil' -The way for .in'  nupioved svstcin has. Leon paved by  .the', exhaustive"' lopoits froiu. 11 ll  Smith, C E, and these vv ill'be of value  to fhe city lor vvcais to come  A f.iii amount, of stieot and "sidewalk impipv������.mcntS'VV.is*c.uiiocl out  By supplementing the government  gi.inUthc city h.i3.nl������o obtained one of,  the'lincst school b.uildings 111 the, province, ,fnd tins, with the accomodation alt'oidod, will eniible a high school  to be piovided ,is well t <       ,    ���������  ^A ullo association vv.is foi med~dui-;  ing the vein., vvlncli'. piomisesfto.  nitcicst"a numbei- 111 thc^desiinble ait'  of* idle shooting, and the 'coips',01  Rocky ."Mountain R.ingeis -yvv 111 bo  lesuscit.ited ;is soon.is the dull hall is  lo.uly ���������������     * V ,';...      ,v  ' -1 J^" - - ��������� jiuir.i)iNCi& ���������* f ^^%-j-���������*  .1 ,   *��������� -   i*     c  The veai li.i's been a ban net one foi  the building Inule Tl c following is  a list of buildings elected 111 the cit-,  dining thejeai and then appiOMinato  co*st, the list including tlie hospital  and one 01 two'othei buildings started  in the fall and completed dining the  ye.u   ,_ x  I'UDIIC Ulir4l)lNG.S  G  Tailor.  TEED,  General 'Merchants.  y Call and mspcH oui new stock of     .. -    *��������� ~  l 4 ' ...  4  I Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders,'Ties, Underwear, etc |  All above lines aie up-to-clale goods it will pay yo'u to &ce  them hefoie puichasmg elsewhere.      Wc al&o cairy  W, Trunks, Valises, Sweat P.'.ds, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  M ������������������: *���������������_~ '    "'  i ,'������i Weekly Shipments of Fiosh Gicimery ]>ullci, and J5ggf-.  ' >&. Oui Teas and Coffees aic taking the lead���������Iiy llioni  MORRIS   &., ST11ED,  Front  Street,       -        Revelstoke, B.  0  Citv Scho lis  ilil8 000  Aimouiv  11 000  Hospitalu         /- k  * 12 000  ixnuSTin vr.  CPR  Shops.                 .     '  10 000  Kootenay Bieweiv  1 500  niiSixns*- l'lH.vnsi s  *  C  B Kumcct Co  20 000  T Kilpatnck.  3 500  D Onllic.tn'o     '       ''  . 2 500  J Ouilettot      "     r^-^--���������  2 000  11 I.ougneed  2 ooa  nvv i.ciixg nou'.rs  FB hew is  5 000  Di  Gioss  '  3 000  A. JrcRao  .  .3 000  J McMahon  ���������2 500  Monis Andeison  ���������  2 000  G  \Y Boll  2 000  Dr JMcLcan                   '  2 O00  C. JI Tomluison   '.  2 000  If. Sash.iw   -  1 000  J.TM.itch   '      .  I  ,   1 OOU  Total  HOG 000  Among  buildings   piojected foi the  heating and   lighting, byhclccliicity,  involving an    c.\pcnditiuc   on  alone -ofy-p 100.000 '   f  Piomotion has .tlso tome tersome ot  the ollicials, CJiant ll.ilj, Jlastei TMech-  ���������aiiic at JIcvelstoljc,(boiiig pionioled  t"j  yMoiilie.il' and " succeeded   by   C    II  ^i'cni'ple, foi ,ye.iisJoco"andUliop foie  man' litst e ��������� jjT.* D% Robei ts. who  h.is.a  lug jecoid1 foi Ins'seivicc^ ui'thc cast,  has been"  appointed   to   uicceed -7^11'  Temple    rF'ed   Bakei " wes piomolcd  fiom the commiss.ui.il/let7utmcnt  to  the   position   of    P.ijm.utcr,   and. 11  welcome  lnipiovement  niadc in conditions   of   payment    of [   waves   'by'  settling with tiic.incn I torn Vancbuvei  instead of'W'ihnipeg        [- - ���������  InipioveiHCnts     mvolviuig   'se.ei.il  million .dolloT*   nie tCOiiite-iiiilatecPon't  thc Mountain and   Shuawap division*  dining   the   coming   vei'i, most   1111-  jiortanl'of theSe being cu ling off   llie  big lull at IJiekl  a woik en which 4000  mc'iVwill bo omplovctl, tllp 1 educing ol  tlie1-    PallisLi      giadcf   'f-ti.iightcning  cuives-^and lcductng olhet ui ides '^Tho  extension   of   tlie" L.udd   l.nlw.iv   to  connect with A now head inav    also be  undei taken.with ,1   v lew _to" pioviding  a ,fi]stc!,iss"gi<ido tluoiibh tlie 1110111--  lains   via  'the   Ciow s   Nest Pass bv  means'1 of winch fieight can be handled  at a minimum   ot  cost       Thcr ie at  langemert. andt.e\tension of thoy.tid  at   tievolstoke   is   contemplated,-also  the election ol'Yi   new   s/.itionY   This  lattoi^ woik   is uigcnllv. icqiuicd  lhc  e.xisting'stiitioii being discieditable   to'  the coinp.anv, tifloiding !is it docs such  vvietcbcd   accommodation totlhe start  ancUthe public    --j - - -     ,f      ��������� -',  -> ""     --i . l.XllOKs OVI.I, '       -f - "*    -  The j0.11 witnessed the settlement  of the cdlebi.itcd tiatkn'en's ease, laid  ovei liom the stnke ol last jc.n, bv  which the maiiiten.incc-ot-vv.iv men  gamed lhc -a-nc lccognltion .is othei  unions, and vveie .icccided valuable  pi iv lieges and substantial*' incic.i������e in  wages    v  One of the mosl impoitant 1 ail wav  eventsoftheje.11 vvas the announcement of the Gia id Tiuiik 01 then m-  -ention to extend then i.ulvv.iv to the  Pacific coa*t  pot 111,1'v^  Politically the >rai lias been anv-  thing but satist.ictoiv Thcpciibd ol  uni est has not jet developed into settled conditions The pivmiciship ot  the Piovnice eh.uiL.ed hands lion  James Dun������niuii giving wav to JI011  Col P1101 who put up 1 most ioni.uk-  ablc fiirlit at Victou.i, vv inning his clec-  l.i id  look ovei stoic business formeily conducted by O T 'jNew iiinn 1,���������D. Fo'ibcs  succeeded A L! Slew.nt .is stoiekeepci  .ildJIeoiJIiH.iet.* At-Field, Fied J Iti Hi-  day took Conductor Piingle " into  p.utnership at the Field "hotel, which  is now being onlniged.    -< '     ^     v,l  '      - ' -1-      "        ,^  'and Purest Selected Tea' that  money can-bny  '   ��������� -.     1       ���������'   i". ���������    ���������      y    ' * "  '"packed 'to<* r.et-ain''its natural aroma a'nd ' flav(o'r,  .free,from the contaminatibn'of the qdorsVf- sur-  rotindinsf'articles, sret    *' '   a      ������>*i    '.  p'  ,Mjnmg  ness,--tlio'  ,1  MIXUS  y, ' t     4 ,     ' 4  lia&a, miidocsiibst,intial pio-  pinicipal  de.ils'.boing  ihe'  CAL  CONTRACTS OF ANY  MAGNITUDE   EXECUTED  T  ^e Installations Our Specialty  l^^^ jSass of Machinery   .   :   .   .  Hinton Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  dp  ^)  ($)  ($>  r������h  r$������  aZ*wflt.���������toZrta?"7������a* E^a^fern 'Price*? |>  ������$)  istn  (*������  r$r>  An  DEALE-R   IS?  ioa*s,   Shoes*   Hats,    Caps,   'Ready-  Made   Clothing,   Shirts,    Socr\s,  Winter clothing, Ot)eratls,Szispenders  GlonJes,  etc.  (Slrt  ��������� &h  P^e-^etstofie   ^ftation, S. C  K.   ^,-^i^i^)ffe^(^(^(^(^(^(^^(^(^i^(^(^ ���������  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office,  Abattoir and Cold Storage:  <^ssso*"''Calgary, Alberta  new year aic the extension of .)  Long's Kootenay llieweiy, a \n u k  building fi-i tin liiipen.il Bunk at a  cost "of i-M0,000, buck 'dock loi ��������� P  Bin ns A Co , fiom .i-15.000 to .f-20,000,  postollice and custom-house ^10,000. T  Svveenev, losidente, ^2.000  liVII.WAVs.  The yc.11 has -ten much done in the  way of l.ulw.u- extension and impiove-  nient. The La-do mil way has been  opened to.Geraid and has done much  to iinpiovo llie condition of things m  the south The line will piobably be  extended into Trout Lake City duiuiu*  the vc.ir, and an electnc tiamway will  piobably be built bv the entciilnse of  the companies concerned m the mines  neiu Feiguson '���������o as to place thai  section 111 a hist class condition as  lcg.uds tianspoitatioii  Clo������e on $ 100,000 was spent on  iiii'MOVcmen s on the Mountain and  Shuswap division, snow sbed^ being  lebmlt. the new giade 11111 fiom" Ottei-  t.ul to Field, thus doing.iway vvithj^lie  Field lull, Mt Stephen House en-  liuged, .1 new chalet built at" Jvineiald  Jj.ikc A conti.ict has bet 11 let to .1  Kei n.ih.tn, of Revelstoke, for impiovo-  ments to the Lake LouVe hotel,  involving 1111 e.xpenditiue of ne.ul.v  $10000 The tesult of inipiovements  111 h.ind now, o) to he done within the  next lew months, w ill -be to add GOO  looms to the C P R hotels 111 the  mountains aud piov n\o foi   up to dale  tion ovei JO V. J3odwc.li- who had  himself out to conquci the coiistitu  ency 101 manv month-- picviouslv Col  Pi 101 added to Ins eibint-l Ho-i \Y 11  Ml!nnes .is piovmci.il sec.et.tiv  .\ notable eventwas the Conscivat  ivc convention 111 tins city attended  bv de'egates liom '.ill ji.nts ol the  piov uce .1111II13 ostein le.ideis when  it was decided to 111110d1.ee piT.v hues  111 niovnicial politio- and an ad-  v.inccd piogianime vv.is di.ivvn up  oiTici vr. tii vxars  Jned Finsii. loin'Pilv niinim;  lee-itlii. w.is ipp.iintiil yi.lil tiuii-  iiii-sioiKi and \\ C AIe.Liuglilin 111111-  intr leeoulei II Flovd siictccdcd C  1-f Kh.ivv 11s cilv e'e-k. with C J A man  .is iis-ist.int and It' Goulon assiipeun-  ^tendent of the wntu and light sv.-tem  ncsixi.ss on v\r,i ,.  Buiui'ic   Bio;- moitd   to   JMcKen/ie  Ave    E.I   Bom up   eondur ting   a   div  good*-   nm\   eiodiv    luisine-s   n I   the  In In's   old   stand       'I av loi   Bios and  Geoigo addtd  niottiii-   to   then   div  goods busiiii--      I'   F  (Jin lis sold out  of the Red CiOss  diuif  stent-  to  J   A  MilieiaudCo      J Gtiiletto stalled  a  gcncial stoic business  on   Second   Rt  If   N   Coiusiei stalled   an   insuiaiiee,  fiiiiiiici il and   land   asieniv    iiusmcs^ .  .1  Lauirbton jpeiitd the   Ihovvii   block''  as lbe Union hotel      vl outsidt | oints  i-cvv hotels vveie -.tailid   hv   J   M.utin  .it   Ooldfields, by   (I    Lenieiu    and    ,1  Cnnest at Cunlioi lie, ,M   (nail.v   it   SI  Leon      A    .Me Donnell   .mil   j   Black-  took   ovei    the    Hotel   Feiguson, and  Cioidon .111 I   hlnigei   siuftcded   And.-,  Cuminins.ittheJS.ihuoi.il    At Ileat'in  A    Evans   siuetided   T  \\     tliaham  At Comaplix \\"  Hamilton opened tin  Ivootennv House      1   II    Young  stte-  ceeded J  E C,unci on at   the  Quci 11's  and on Mi    C.imuion    giving   up   the  Hotel Lude.ui, M   McColhim siic^eed-  e'Mnm  theic     The Kootenay I.nmbei  Co   of  Com iplix, and  V  <>   I'"! isei   ol  Jicnton, opentd lu inth stoic-, at Gold-  fields     AtA110vvht.nl ll K. Livingston  1.11 aiui'Ti iiinot all of which piopeities  .no liemg 'opciate'd, \>r thc --new pio-  pnclois Woik'h.is'ste.ulily piogiess-,  ed oii_tho_St.in'daid JThcte has been  rgi cat activity 'in Big"J3end placers,  the ow-ncis of Camp Check having put  011 vv.itci and got n> shape for .ictive  woik 111 tlie spang The Revelstoke  and McCullough Cieek company vvas  oi.gani/--d by J D Sibbald to woik'  MjuCulIough Cieek Opciations have  been lesumcd on -Fiouch Cieek JSx-  ploiation ot the Blue Jay," on Smith  Ciock lias been /steadilyv piosecuted  Impoitant discoveites h.ivc been made  on Dow 1110 Cieek andJvpjStonemoii'n-  't.un The Big Bend mica,-deposits  have been taken up by" a loc.Tl syndicate .-.nd exploicd. Oiic of the lichcst  niinc-" yet lound ni^the piov'ince has  been taken up at tlie licul ofjFne  Yallej and a company oiga'ni/.cd to  develop it. FMectiiCudnIIs have beeii  successfully installed ny th6 manager  of thc^ Noithvvostein JDevclopinent  Syndicate {on then* pidpcity, tho Cam-,,  boine gioup,' an ,\n compiessoi has  been put 111 at the Nettie- L nnd one  is being installed at the Cup " Ac11_.il  tr,imw.iys,li<v,o bcen_put'in atJJl-TCup  and/linine1*-This progiess has been  made in spite-of the' f.ict Ihatsilvei  lcaclied .its lowest point and the 111,11-  ket,fpi lead and coijpei have been 111  bad shape As Mnnstei of ^Mincs  Hon Col Pi 101 tiavelled thiough the  piov nice to investigate tlie condition  of the miiicial industry and nsaiestilt  tho 2 pei cent tax vviII"be icpoalcd.'  c ixdusiiu-vl''  ���������������>  The Fied Robinson Lunibci Corn-  pan*, opened anothei null at Camborne  M IIjatt has opened up itlnmbciing  nid'ustiy in thcheait (3t the Big Bend  coinitiy having established .ijj^gmg  camp and plant near the jiiouth ol.  Caiioe J^ivci The Fred Robinson  Jjiimbei Co and the Revelstoke Lumber Co have had laigecamps .it woik  logging in the Jitnd, 'which has thus  become a point of gicat activity"  McMahon Bios opened then shmgle  null at Revelstoke, and J C Shields  st.utcda shingle mill at Sic.u'iious  Developments h.ivc" taken .place at  Tiout Lake and Aiiowhcad vv Inch" will  lcsiilt 111 l.ugc linn iei mills being  opoi.ited at these points  SIC.V.MSIIU'  IMIANSPOKI V I IO.X  The }0.u saw the in.utguialion ol a  (hst-cbss sle.imboat sei nee to tho Big  Bend, the steamci Kcio'stokc being a  IJo.it ot which (he owneis and thecity  tn.i} wclTbe pioud  (11 x I I! v 1  The ye.u bus seen the low 11 of C.nii_-  boi ne coi))e lo the fiont al-.i lemiiik-  able'pace, till it is ahcady one ot the  leading milling camp.-, in the piov nice  A si.ut has been made to open the  noilljein countiy by the consii notion  ol" (be Canoe Rivei ti.ul, which was  begun last tall and vv ill bo continued  111 Ijie 'pi ing. A deputation scnl to  Ottawa succeeded n- getting a giant  101 nvri nnpiovcmcnt, and _now th.it  the engineei's ic'iioits nnd estimates  1'iave gone in it is expected that a fiu-  thci sum will be voted at lbe coming  session to put the uppei nvl-i in good  shape foi navigation.  A (hedge has been built at Nakusp  to impiovo navigation on the lakes  Fish Rivei has been budged at Gold-  fields and Cniiiboi ne  A pi ess association has been foi meet  with lie.idi|tiai teis .it Il.ilc.von lopio-  liiote Ihe inteicsis of pinitcis and  join n.ilists of the Intel ,01  Cap'l bandeison, of ]J.ilc}on has  invented a lot'aiy engine lioin vvlncli  gieit things aie expened.  The .listiict was visited l.y lion  Senatoi Teinplem.in .111 boh.ill ol the  nonunion government, and by Hon  Col I'i mi, Ministci of .Mines, nnd  Hon W C Wells, Clnel Ctimiuissioiiei,  on lith.ill of the 1'iovinci.il government, with .1 view lo fiseei laining the  public leijiiiieiuenls  A distiict thai ciin show 11 yen's  piogies-) like the above isji ciedit lo  the piov nice .md lo the* Dominion  e  'They come rn .pound  perfectly pure.'4 '*<%    ,',  air titClic leaded packages  * .4 ���������*  L KP^   T v"l 4   , ,*-   v ' - U ' A 4,,  r'P������        ,     V,l',l(Vt!^  MAP  giess,"-thor pinicipal  de.ils'.boing  ihe' S'^- ���������   r v*      l      '-   '     ' ������������������ '*    ���������    e" '        -'  sale of tbc Silvei  Cup, Goldfinch, Eva,  ra "n   Vn    * li' m  1     r"n>' >   nrin   n''' ���������  Ovslei-C.itciionj Beat.ice; Silver Dol   M'0^ ���������������1d Makes Over-200Xups,  Qfr  ,1  ~w������\  1(6-  ..   1 *'  ,_ 4'fe"4'i.  'OV  cit  ^"vV **  H^  woeeny-  Store  ias8gj^Biro������iafaig5gapg;gag(t������BBfcfeiCT  11  :      <w,m  \      4, j     'I.  n&SGaissxtxLUi  ,*���������������������������  -..'l*.  -' :A-'HAPPY. AND'ipOSPEROUS.Y!  ��������� .'NEWyYEA-R EXTENDED" TJ01 ALLf ,\  ! 1  fy !  :.<J- A".?MILLER'.&JC0.r!  Chemists  and     ,j:  ">    ".  <   t>  Stationers. ,.*,.  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Butter     ��������� -j;.,   '  ., lCniv e-, beissoifc iti cases, R.izqis m cases. ���������,     .. '������g������ y! ^  SHATES.        .     .    HOCKEV   STICKS' PUCKS.      -. *   ������&���������'  S     fa \ Hi ������ r^) T^ k. B ^S. T^ ���������      *������������"'-  4\   "'  4"t  -  'A  P  ������������������������-���������*   V> ������>%i3  -  ���������'. "^ .  a       > - ^'���������'tf't, 1  - -f->-rr������-;^il  "   '-LrPh'r.'SM  -  ay* ,J !  ..������ jlX-lR,  4*  4*  IC6  ���������0  A car load of Roller Cui'tain OIDce    "  Desks  just ri-ee-ived ��������� tiothing"e*lse in - -V  car     12 P.iUe-ins, r   '      '  Prices $22.00 to'$i0O.00_,.l  Xiliie yotn* vv.ui-ts for anything in  Ollitc oi lloiisf E-'oi'iiisiiings and what  vou can afloid ancl we fuinish samples,  and illiisti.iUuns with   full  description  f"-, ; ,   v   ,        -   .  ��������� Mile -miliar ;o" cut but  imie-li better.  .ij\-is in.*tup.."Oui   high solid Oak   .  w -. vl kin  s.'iflJt ..-���������(.^"'  -j v*^-sfi������r-*������*-,,  'is-.T'   "y  ,W>\        f  "-        "C-.^  r" Vi,'  ,-wo-<" ^y  A _ isV- ">_-j  '.,  *."   ^--i  ���������. V  " T.        *"  $30  ������i  'largest Furnishers, in Western.Canada.  ers  Victoria, B. C.  {T-ttumy fn/  Us?^l/is6J>/ Senyt ���������  ��������� Two Men Injured at Nakusp.  On. Monday two'nicn, named Peterson and Brodcrick, were brought from  Xiikusn stifVering from injuries sustained by a circular saw; at the Yale  Columbia company's mill. Dr. Cross  met the men on arrival of the south  train and had them conveyed to the  hospital ; where one of . Peterson's  thumbs .was so lacerated that it, had  to he'1 amputated. In the ease of  Hrodercrick the saw had cut across the  fingers of Iii* right linnd. Dr. Cross  had lo remove Mie thumb entirely and  portion of each'of the finger,--.  ICtliten- KtiOTicx.iv jr.vu,..  ���������Sin: R'j.gnreling the anonymous  letter' appearing in youi' Inst, issue  relleetnig on Iho discipline and education in the city .schools the trustees  are ready lo lake up. the matter if. the  writer will.disclose his identity, or you  will assume the responsibility of lhc  sliilemeiits: Otherwise the letter will  be treated with tlio eon to ..pt it  deserves.    Yours, etc.,  I!. 'Floyd,  See. School Board.  Travellers  Iind    the    bei  Central Ilotc  visiting llevelstnki) will,  t. accoiiindnliejn nl, the  , Alii'iiliainsoii Bii.i.*-.   o  ^Lz^c^s^C-'yC^u th^wzdsta^id  #n  ~i<7ls  W^W UMMymyVx^y'  To Master Mechanic Temple.  Yesterday lbe employes of tho C. P.  R. shops and engineers tcstilied their  goodwill to C. I-I. Temple on the  occasion of his being pooinoted to tlie  position of Master Mechanic/by presenting him with a handsome, silver  ton-set engraved ���������'Presented to C. H.  Temple by/Shop Men and Engineers  July .hsl, "11)03, ns a Mark of Eslc'om."  An'onyx clock with ornaments was  presented to Mr. nnd Mrs. Temple.  Tho presents were selected, from- J.  Guy Barber's stock.  Subscribe NOW for thc Mail  Youi   Stab- of   Wag,-, c-nii be   raised  i Xnles-BAXK NOT ICS.  to  high,'  The International  Correspondence Schools,  . . 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'���������-��������� y  v YU.vB.vStiiineVbas���������������������������"ordered.7 fibinvNew  ;.S;prk-:a;7liii:eflii'i:ie'-YYaiid.-''-i'n  piiigiii gopd fniiiclii iii e slippvYfviYfyfvJyyvfy  ���������Hi I'.iiiiiliciii.igvis'briskiiiiyEast'i.'YIvfoblc-:'  ii:i7yfa:Y,l(iPyiI)e|i77r'1^;iSn  com paii i ps 7 a (;��������� vfNIpy ic* "ii iitl Y^OOu iii oi*cy fare  Te(juired.vyf-yf';.Yf ---iif: yiyiyfyy-yf-f  Y77.WYCfyCJty������ienjs;-i^eiyed; nUcvvfince  iiiyvtiitf; Uf S:yony fliisf;fimprbyed y;Tj\v;.  1.Square,7Having; :i[���������bevelled, iitliiphnicnt  j, iiii- scri.bing iiiigies: in the.7 fcijiii.s'. bf'.tho"  );b**d.ih'ai;y cai'pentc'r'sysquiire/niidvJiiiv-  ' ��������� >���������  :       7    : ;Y:f y'7/' v   .".   ;f- : , i'iii'iid-'O several noveifeatures'.of cbn-7  r!itfcliililreii,otct:A.ndr*'vy;s;:^i|.!Mtth^t.-l6ti-  i(,i;,i.:?vvit!i;:'t'hei:'Vpn)if'iit; iinvi:irieiiils,y;v,,.,y .yy'r-,--- i ",-y"y"y -i-r '.,-," f;���������;.���������;���������;.;.���������,  1        !     Ihe supreme. Court.'yliolds that.-as :i  iS^. Andrevfs : Sabbath School.  iii,.'iiirieii(i-s,  iore'.e.. ���������,oii ; .Fn'il.tyy even ing  Ghiistinas   feitivi.i,if  The.  :.f,7;fNd provision y liiisf so. far .been  niade for British Columbia -.baring  ���������in.the benefits ..'of. the7 Khodes-scliol  ernineyit 7 tliatv. thp  ���������c'onip'aivv' eoii-f-etnitrcof.-"interes  cludeel it vvasf a-f vvaste 'off ivibivoyf tree     ff f  ktjeJHngiinageiit ,itliei*eY-fijiy'7Ionge'rit''lad'ei<-"'vyith'  imd vG^i.Mci.v.B-i-ovyn 77vvasr, removed  frotiv. the fi!poiitiealf' i'nfluent-(f:v7 to  t'-lie 7 l.iot't;} '��������� tlepiirtiiient;. . This .dis-  pibves-'. 'Comjiletely v .Mr. , Oiiyur's  charge in liiis respt-ct. v  -vva  s  thfe'.Chrisi'iua  a'rships, 'thouL'Ii Y.i't   is proposed' lo TJI.lv 60 YEP KM EXT . A'N'J") flYFTl;  ������������������. y.  ,'.,.*-.  .    ,.- ���������.������������������'���������   ���������',������������������.....������������������.������������������' ���������        ���������     ���������   . '  e 1 ��������� 1." ^ ��������� 1 * ��������� ��������� .���������'-  fa ward a scholarsliip for each ;of 'the  ieanern'province  v In.another column we publish a  review oi tlie progress of Revelstoke  and surrounding.district diiiiifgthe  past   year.     The 'record will well  y\\'K  There arc 'so vera I f eat n ro;-- of-pub-  lic policy *in which iiie '. f.iiuricr  Governhieu't fails in its duty to ihe.  west. .. -line -is .tin.- establishment.en'  it: porttoiio.ot ��������� mines at Oitavva.  , W'lieii -\tr. JyTo.-tock represented this  repay ��������� perusal' and points' to al district- in tlwj ���������ConnnoiiH Tie f re-  steady advancement of-which theJqnf.nUv-uri.red this ,.>n the notice of  district may vvell_bc- proud.   . "-the noveninieni-. and 'it was , iviider-  pr,",;'t-;iii;H'.'V  fAViyy :'.Fi':i.i  -iii-v  liibii .w'iis'. i-rtir.tiiy; .decoratftd ami  ji'eil'ts"- isiitiy��������� ;c:"ii:elies '.of  frs ���������'.. msel ��������� Yrieiitls.'vf Tlie-.  ���������- .chinch v.Avfts  niSteiuily  .������������������"i.i!!:;ing ii.iitlyevergrve.ins,  ':;���������:.-���������; I: g.',.b;li?.ki'i--",ll Hit   "5>;.!!;.''  MeRii'l' ;j'r'-f.i.;ff at..' uw  : 'di't'Vvrent'. -.vir".-.' of li:*'  ���������ivcny���������f.i.i(;-:!v,f r.:iiel.:rfid.  s:choia:-s. 'tt-nc  iMiek'f-f:' '7i7i;;'-  triiiuiied y-u'i.'  letidiiig-.:! ''pie:;  iiv,;. .. \Jiss'  ;> to snec'ni,!/'  l-e-barijieri., "vvitli tl*-' . sit-.g'  ��������� fiiMicc. -.vho. .s*.v-"'(;t!y..'s-.iii.g '  j Tir,v-i|-Xe,-.vY." Her'ii.-'t.'itiUi  7 P.iiu' Is .-7icky"-'..vv;'is ve-:  ���������MeNali's riy-lvrii  iiinn f:l" ���������th':   If'.-.v.  I;,;.  ���������N(.rma  ���������fiyi.-tiil:  vvlViddt-i  Vrl'.V  ','. 1  itlin.gh:  u; iiiiiy  giiig :.'>i  .".Birdie- , nui  'iif '"U'ben  amusing.  r   of  O'ait'.-  Mic.nl. Ilal-  '"!':-,  mill  ,mf  .)!)'.' ll  it ' or 'iiu-iy.  "stood it'viould He   t-.iUen   up.  iujiiiiiL' iiiclustri' is oneof  lhc  Iii  niost I  brief i>ii  The f-  evi'Miiivg.  lining t  -liii.py  ileivvili'j  f   Sn'nia Glaus closed ,i  [.rogi'iiiiiine-.'       ;.'  vvii.s    the ���������order  'John Houston proposes i'o 'issue  provincial land scrip to raise moiiey  for rail>vay construction, the scrip  to give title to all mineral 'and  timber rights. John's- plan is  simply another way of making a  present of the public estate io railway corporations.  )'|.-fit.'II!  Dixy..  r.'witniV  i iti.-.i    ..  S-iit..-.,.  T.ilii.'iin  DEAFNESS  Loi.    11 .     1 .     rielding    :H\E    'the   iiuinug iiitttt.-t.i.^   ,.-: ...i,.,4..^i    t.tn.; un,-i y[-vnln  Liberal Ira iff has saved the people iifiportant pursuits of-. Gaiiiidn, and. j sd.-iiiii  of ...Canada''-$15,000,000 as compared Until tile Govei'm;.;cni gives it iide-.j p,-.,,-,.,.  vvitli the tariff under tlie Xatirmal !r|u'ate jinuiiinentie by providing ���������'' | ^'f.'.'.ff'f  ''policy, but he is-willing toaltor the j po'rtfolio.lp look'after' its interests j H-Y-iiin  tariff where it can. be''shown tin: j ihi's iiiii'iorla'nt industry- will not ff,,,-,..  ��������� public interest demands a 'change.! receive -jlia-t cohsidcratioiv to which  =r== ��������� it is en titled'.   The ������������������GoveriiiTient .has  failed to do' its duty on tin; (|in..:s(ioii  of Asiiitie iniinigrntion. :ind it, has  iarlt'il to return'to British Columbia,  its fair share of the- revenue derived  in-this proviiier. ������������������- British Columbia  is and has- been a milch Cow lo  supply the means of great public  undertakings in the cast,..' The  f.iiuricr (jrovorjimenl has done more |  for Canada tli.111 any I iovenmicn! j  tliiil has preceded il.and is (-nlitled i    '|-|  t'j till.* dilllidclll.-C nf Ihe    people, blll.j Deal  the   iiialti.-rs    ,wc    have   referred lo I (lie I iv  show   ii,   bus   ti'ol  elone n II il might j mil   ������\  do.   . It is probable these   c.'iu-es   of  complirint 11 n: nil hoi due lo lack.of  colii'si'Mi and rnpre.-enliitinii by  Ihe  l.ibei'ii'ls in   Ibis   province-.      If ihe  Liberal organizations look up these  subjects   wilh   a  unilcd iron I,, and  insistedoii   their- receiving   proper  (.���������oiisidenition, we   believe   lbe Gov-  .eminent' would   lose   no   lime   in'  roineclyiiig llie  uiiilli.-rs coiiiiiliuiieil  (if.  . . -O (Villi.  I'.i-tor.  vi-Fniiiifiil  . Luke II s-'  'f'liri-i  With a view to specially..interesting advertisers and readers "alike  in the advertising column? of thc  Kootk.x-.vv Mail we are offering a  prize of ���������M.to thu first of our paid-  up subscribers to name thc most  effecti ve ad verliseiiier, t a * ipea ri ng  in our advertising columns (luring  tlie month of January. We shall  be glad to receive changes of master l'roin: any of our -.advertisers,  who wish to have- the full benefit  of the contest.  . Forest preservation should re'-  ceive more attention in this province than it bus hitherto done.  The great 'areas devastated by lire  ���������should he replanted and  more fide-  ��������� lay,-!la-i.ui<M'Mu";ili iialwlii<i.li-r'  ���������   N.-.rlil:: Mt:N.-:l>.  ....' "I'.ir.li.- T inn Tii'.'.l N'tiw,'  Ktln.-i iir    -:'.V Hnriii'i-,' fni' Sfinta Cl.-.n-.  ��������� SO-lliiS-.vc.tay.  ���������'���������Wlicn Iif Itar.-.-l Time i- Ov.-rV  ...... MrKa.-.-iii'l .M.-dnir.-.  .......' -Wl���������-(i I'n!.,;t i4S;,-y'  IvIik: Fir -.  ,,.��������� W!���������-ri- tfli- VVH.I Ri.'vi.r. (ipwV  ,,1 McSnbiiiKl Ililila IT..I1I,-.   '���������S.ir.ia i'Iiiii- i������ I'ti-nin-.'.  ..   .     yl(f<-i.p* ion ..r Santii Cin.o.  I,.���������! S:.v.'|lii, K.ir,-.'  ootidit'ipii."Y.''tiV preserving���������;. "bisf yjintei-it  iights(ii|iHte!)tee*f is' boinidf t.o-tniinii-'  iacture iii...'Canada'.'!,iyitlii'nf iwo:years  ironfv tlievdate 01.; tiityissuifof.his pa't-  eii'r; the CeViiiiiiissibnei of.T'aien'ts niiiy  gi-ii.nt 'niiyypiiey'exitfiisiiyiy yi hough it  niiiybe io!- more tliaii av-enrY      -.7 7  '"rC-il.;, Riv-t-iiisoii   f.uini.iei-  Go's.  it ��������� Hcvelstiilaf Yjsi busy" ciit-  tiijg, aii't -.eii:ht.'..teiiiii.-' a "rt- 'employed  ha-i:l-hig !ot;s '���������ire'.m. Raiilsay's. r.i ncli.'V'l n  liibiititii) ni tiieiroWMi icaii'is the  Coui-  vtf;iet,;e,v;frilpi.:t'sf.t.rtf\V,Kliy;i-  .).��������� !'. /Hutchison for hauling:  ii'ii'S,- '.'I'lie cniiiji at ItiiiiiSay's rniidi vis  in ": eiiiif^e eif R.'Atkiiieiiii, vvlit'i'��������� hns  bivii. .���������onr.yenrs   -vvitli"   the   tirin. ;  Ifow'hiti'l Bril-taiii,.'[lat'enl, ntloniey, }  Yaneouv"!.    n.-pyils: ���������������������������I'l.   McBriile re-!  ���������'iiid'' tie-iv.-'l (bis'vveiek a If. ���������������'".'pnto.nt 011 diisf  .'��������� y; iiij-proved Baiiiig-l-rcsl-.    Tiiis niiteliinei j  ���������iii'inpl'.-'.l   for'..either',  horse   or. enginef f  jit.ivei-.lias��������� (li'inonstriite.-d, by hard prae- j  tieai farm vvork. iu cfniiu-as n- service- !  al,!,-   i*ml    <*onveili'.-i.t     iii-ess.   siiiipiey  cheap and dura.i.-")-/; wbiic the ]in'nciple. i  of .its design and  .-'.'i-viitiii'; itiiplicatieni.;,  P.t-te.r.: of the pi.-.vcr to t!.-   work i'i?(.p!.ii;f-d en- !  ii>!,: ttrto ninreiut as. iiiocb ivoiyk with j  .���������is tin- i  s 10 loi  ���������'YflM-ArFill/';TW^TiiH)!^RSlTY,-'0F'.TORONTd^  " Ff-H."TOliRlKGTON,. M- sipai;DirectoKi "���������'''  fHlbHESTyy'MUSICfAfe'fy  ".vflC^vjiiXATiiixs-iyileiiiitbliiLftlilYfiT'erf  rii dries ���������'niidfBrilisdi/Ooliiuil'iiiiY Jiilv*.  vl!)im;vyY,;:f..ff 7:f7'Y77v7ff7'ff:.yf'YffYY7Y:fY7:  ��������� '"Seiidfiir C;iierid';nriiiiil:S ylln litiSvf-Vf  yf.7-12iind.:l;|-. ft-iiilir.ifestivTtiroiiUf.y.  PR ACXMlyfT AXIDEB MI8T  f7'yYf'Yy-f,yK;yMI',QOPS.'Yn.7Cy  :f:FiiPSY:an'd;;7Skins:'f^nhed.,yy:  Specimens 77 iiv 7/Ex press y"vv il t    n-eeive  vf    ;���������;, prompt ntlenlipiif:, yfytvy  tmrn.  i'ii'if' 7Yfyv, .:/,/..���������'���������'/��������� "YYY"-77"'^.:''.''  The Besi Selection of Holiday Qifts  ���������7 Yf'- jx thi-; City f  f.YY ;.  liiis.-eipe-iieil   in   Mrs. 'liavvsnn's -Block,.  1 MelxeiiKie A venue, as well as oil Pronl  I. slii'i-t, -vviih a .(lieiiee-selectiiin (J'  I t'hinese and Japuntise Novelties.   ���������        .  I.adii'sand die-iil.'^ Di-i'ssiiitr Co wns  ,. Silk Work,    Bii'yiboo VV.eirk  l-.'nglisli, .In pa ne:  '   anil (.'iiinese  "OYS  "roekei'.v,\ Cliiim,    (irocei it's, ;  ���������'   ���������  ��������� Gaudies,  .Prints'  etc  the  .1  . l-.-,rt.l.'  ii lour ..U'V-.'A noivs-.' [i'J'.v  ordiriarv run' oi   t.P'ssl  ���������r  ve.    iio-.v  is in pi'iyey '.  YaiiciiU'ver Jvn  ��������� tlie snin'i-i-i  engnie  n.-epiin  >r. ' Two    machine.'-: j  built'   and    another i  1  coiiKtruoti'ii'i    at    me :  iiieering  \V"i,rI:-. t: 11 (I<-r '  n    e.f   A.    Mcf.'-vi,  wiio  *.ver  l,e( .11  I,  rn  ,1  CURED   BY A  METHOD.  >v.i: lis  b|i- iind'   -atisfilc  'X'"'   7 grntifying ><> i'y.'i'i 1  ' tor   (-a 11-   i:-.i ve   >;i.  : ivitbiii the   provir  HEW]'l;i,Ui)<l-\<:    ftil.il     (11  ���������J.otb'iii price .'in'I  W'C,  in  v-thitt a !'..-  ii   a   ie..'t',-hi  ;i*K- [  (,;: fi iif.i'.  -rf'-ii'l/ie  itGsF;.Lfl  G. W..'B.. Paget, Prop.  r lompt eleli.i'er.y of -piirci'ls1,,baggage,  ':., lo iiii'y part, of i he City.  Any Kind- of* Transferring  acred:--;- . U H (I C PUt ii 0 H.  7'f :.,i','', ,''i All onler-i lef-l, al, ICM. Smi'lhe's  Toi.'!i''.e:o Stoic, orii.y Telepheme, No. 7  will receive prompt al.u ntion'.  ,..'-.'  .    .-.-.:..   Y ��������� ,-i...-...._  British govei'iimcnl. will nppoiul  coinmissioii lo investigiile iiiliuieipal  ovviii'i'sbiji of public iilililie.-'.  Ivlilor of 1 he "Joiii'na I for i he  has la ken an ad ivc i 1, te-i< si in  'iilmeiit ...I'eiir disi'iise.s by i'.>:ter-  'ie-al ion iind lo make known  I be success achieved hns ilevoled a  s*,eeinl issue lo a full description e,f  liie new method. Willi lbe Special  Number is published 11. Supplement  continuing the details of upwards of  10 eases cured by the Irentment during In'st month. Any pei'Sim v.'ho is  interested (.-nn oblnin 11. li'ee c.iipy of  Ihe ''Journal" nnd Supplement by  addressing the Ivdifor, 72 Kcgenf's  I'lirk-.roii'i, l.oiidon, Ivnglainl. Ivach  Ji.iiriinl is neeiiiiipnnii.-d hy a. I'alieiil-'s  Ifepnrf l''onu which euiibles iijiplicnnls  lo receive full iiiirliciihirs for ajiplyiiig  lbe licalmciii. nl home. Any advice  by ciiri'es)iiiiideiicc is absolnloly free.  I IllpCi'l.l I  I'iie ifoy:  BANKING.  ha.������������������'���������:-; are iniolv.-il  Bank is. yeetiii'j  iiiu bnildiriK' .'il 'Vancouver  The Bunk of !'���������N,A. 1  in its 111 ���������-,.,��������� iii'i-nii-'es, Vi'  pencil  loi'ia.  it. :>:!7.  a sple.'n-  M(.ii(l..y  xpeiid.il  ���������SM  -qUaSf  ������i��������� ,....,....,.���������.,.,.,,������������������,.,...���������.���������,.���������.. .,...,...��������� .���������..  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LiUvirft a,ir'  iS"BB ������L^<l  .  1 3 Volumes, 'over���������������������������'200  lies  it    7-  o  A iiierica 11 hank loans li;  !f2fil,������f2,li|.|.V'iince WiYl.  The Iia nk of Goiinni'l'C.e loii'le pi'olits  of % I ,(I'2H,",0!) for pnst-year, or over \'V���������  per cent em ils capital of .���������fH.llllD.IKH).  7 per eeiil, diyi'de.':ds ' were paid and  ���������ji'iOl 1,01)11 ciii'i'ied lo i'csl, iiiiikiiig lbe  le.-ervc !);2,;"iOU,0lll).  "J,l.)lli),l)(l0 America lis will cinigriile  from Ihe Stales lo the Noi'lliwi-sl.  Confectioner  I.-0II1|  .1,-11  GROCERIES  >m  (/iirnei'  McK'ci'./ii  Avciiiii.  and Railway Stifct  '���������"'   This is one  of the finest  ���������'���������������������������.. Editions'��������� p.tiblrel'icd,f with f  history   of e;iciv play, explanatory -and "critical. notes, glossaries  and complete life of ���������Shakespeare, ':'       .',.������������������'.'������������������ y  '  Sale  Tlie.lirsl edition, printed   from 'new  plates, has just  been  completed.     In  order 10 distribute this.edition   rapidly we will.  make  imusiifilf concession's   to  prompt'subscribers.  'The  first  eclitioii will be sold for $20.00 .in  Cloth  and  $25.00  in   Half-  l.c'ithi.T binding, and you may pay al the:' rale of $2.00 a month  Sample Sets May Be Seen at .tlie Kootenay Ma il Office.  you ;ire interested  iill  in  the attached form and address it to  Tin-'.  KooTknav  Mail,  Revelstoke, l>. C  .     . O ~Pu ID IE JEt   U1 O 3F6 IVC .  The .Knoli-nay .Mail  Publishing Co.  IJniileil,  Jfevelsinl'c,  li. (.!., '  Please .-end me 1 ii" 1111 en i.'i tii urn I Shnki-spenre, in Pi vnluine.-v 11 s ndvei lised,  boimd in clolh, pile S^.l.'O. or hall' li-alher, ^7.00, I enclose i.W.tlll, and will  pay vou oi' yuill- 011I..i- ijf'J.OIl 111 < > 111 lily In-iciilicr until Ihe vvbole i-ypnid, the  bunk's lo remain your pi'op "i'ly iinlil pniil. foi in full,  Address   asHnonra rV    '   >       '    ''*'       ' ''    "���������"     l" ''"*��������� '*   -'   -    ' ' '       '        ' "       "' ' '      < *   '"   '   ' ' ' ''ft <\ ' i ' ' ' '" " '       ,       *'       '���������#'     ^^f^MJ  I  1  I",*   f,,   ���������"��������� ���������.*'"  ,.. ���������   I -111  r     i  t  -ft #'  '*F,1  n si~riiriu  -ssracmjES-  .8.'   , '  S0i\   li' O  CD  L.'  A(.l N I,  loke, B   0  :JW  '"-si  lootot iold  ihe icl icl  Q( t some  lad <i sj3e.ll  occ.ision  Vt .11  -FABEIfJATIIG-- PERFUMESr  IN" LONDON, TO ���������RE-  GAIN <LOST INDUSTRY.  *���������      a  Essonca of Pineapple.From Rancid  V        Putter7*���������"Scientific    r,*"H   ,,  y ,   'Wizardry. J"' , "',-.'  i ������,     ', , '       a       is  ,A plaui-fiqulcil faeloiy in a buck,  stierl")!! "Hackney,, lun-d by Shbio-  .dilch slums nnei'Dclhnui Oicen tenements., does not* seem a filling home  'ior ,i cinftjthat would have made  meeb.ieval' imtgiriiins ' hide thou  ^hends and'ancient sooUisayeis own  themselves bc.iteii, says tlio London  Jllinl     ',*''-'        ' J        '  Yet in'juslrsutli a building m tins  unlikely  quarter-(nu  attempt  is'-  bc-  'uig made to     win back foi   Englatid-  an i1 enidually     iiiound   which.all   the  loninncc of scteiue  tling-i/    AVo have  -,abohshod'( ^llio. ,bl.iek-ca:ipcd v .ja'i),  bul, in his plate the modern 'sj ntlie-  fr I ic i homisl,, has    come       "IK-   does  ' tilings more, vvondci ful than tin* magician piclendcd to do *  /t In Mus hands   inncid* butloi, '   dis-  (   tilled    with    alcohol     antl sulphune  and," is " Uansfoimoel   into   live      es-  jS-eiituvof pineapple    'He (lakcs puti id  *' *���������     cheese and sugnif*<'aud Ijrmjr^    foi tii'  '* a 'prepai ntioit-" tliat i ecalls, inemoiics  , "' of Pacific -  islands  m 'llovvei *���������  time  , iTSvril , smelling j clilbimef iimdeistliis  ^'lic.ittucnt becomes a if agent* foi' "tho  ,   pioductionroi 1he c������.eiiee of The hlac  ',    oi   ROianium,   "oi Mily    of  the valley"  v "Klioiig \nicgair.ind"alt40hoi  yiejd, U*o  delicious flavoi  of the peal 'Coal.tai  -, e,ile-is the hiboralofy.-'.iiid .iftci ���������be-  -'ing siibiecte-el*Ho-tiesiUiienL becomcSj  i      the most elelicitc of,flavorings or the  ^ --most dainty of stents*      * f, .    ,)  i 1 ' THE CltRAlfST v 'iVATU BE  'I'lieie w.is'a'^tinic  vv nun men "went  for, I heir dyes, *fln\oriiig% and'scents  to'nttiiic"    Tndigo' for exiuuplc^vv.is  t    made fiom tlie nidicfo plant'   To-daj'  ���������    it  is made without il bv'tlie chemist -iat iti fi action 'off the exist       nnd  i,   auany of  "llie old indigo plantations  now  he waste     Lily ofthe   *valley  and other scents.vveie e\(T.icLexl itom  t llovvei s,   this is  no longei   ncct-ss-aiy  'Tlie thein'ist.wili  tell  vou  thai      the  aitilitial  piodiictris'' bcttu ?-9ince.m  the t\tiaction  oi  pcifunic  fiom' tho  iltivvui i-valuablo piopeilies ale left bti-'  "limd* oi   desLio-vei1,    and.evea - some  niiilt.suable    oiie's-i wiwinf , Tin* ,nti-  " ii( i.il  pioduct,  piopei ly ..made, ircon-  Uuiis    the piopeitics of tthe peifunie  'in the ptonoi tions inrx\hiclipthcj.  oi-  iginaity e?>.isted in   t.lietf1ovvei ,',,  Seieiicc   has      stepped  llieio  supply  t   l'io  shoi tcoinin^s  of uatuit''    Vurj.-  .day iincl<nWohlci, lieailv'ciglilv', \o.us  ..igo, .found oni.1 hovv-i;multitudes,f." of  new and inteicsting stibslane!os!'could  -lie 'ci^ated    and ,J"-aitificially in.tdc  AVInle chemists  fai!ei!f,'*o ilea in    how  *   to nialtc, ai nflcinl Hi.uiionds pio(ital>  l.v���������the dicttm 'o,t so ni.iuv���������lhev~suc-  ,tecdel     in1.'  g-iyinfi' us" .miline djes  Vi vvlncli have giveirgiealei 'piolit* tli.ui  -cvet diamoiiclsr coulel  1 It is an old . sloi v now how this  i^nevv blanch of ciicnusli y. vvlncli *m  l*t>i t oi iginated in tins comitiv wa-j  _ullovvt.d lo tliift tint of om heuids  "-lleic wo ( had l'oitliel- tlio facilities  "noi  the lonji ycais^ of lcseai civ woi k  r vvlncli h.ui to, Lo faced Iill eiuilo  iccently vouug l.icn could not learn  if thev would And om utaniiftictui-  ti<. dil not seem especially .iii-v.ie>us  to e-icoji.igc tlccm - Hulo oi tluiiub  u ihods and the nb-)ciicc oi exact 111-  ���������tMiih hill to be paid foi *. ^Cioipiaiiv  ,scciued     a'nioat     .1  monopoly    .To-  -4,  luenl f lion thoy had lo go'bncjc.to  combat1 these , now clilficullies  In addition lo all tlns^vvoikmcn had  to bo-ti allied, for/sometlnng- mores  tlitm loutinu is wanted'licic Jt  s.ivs much foi T3a.st London woiki-icn  that tlioy could lie tiained - Not a  single Cleimau. vvpilvct was bi ought  in t Wen oil the spoC-vvcio' tauglit  "It' isi only two oi. thicc months  sineo tlie, l!i itisjli ni.ikcis rcould plate  thoii output nn tlieanaikut ' They  icckoncti on a' liaitl fight, ami doubtless , will hnvof it, foi'when a field  has'been foi so long occupied by foi-  eigii,iiims, it, will not bo legained in  a moment But iibe.idv the lesult-*  aro pioving moie than aatisfuctoiy.  Tlio JlntisJi goods aic making their  vvav'ui Cieiiniiiij'jitself, ".'nnd al'to in  l-'iance, vvhieti forniei Iv bought* 'Cfei-  ninii nuiniifai tines and, lurtliei, :i  new -Butish _ unpen t liadc is being  built up .1''the (United fStalcs , '  . The groat vnluo of,this sutceShful  o\pc'iiiiK*iit in the dliibish mnnufiic-  tme oi the essential'invitee ml of pei-  fuines lies^m the possibilities nty pie-  -cnts ' '.-tPeifiunes^, -aim ���������' onl^ - one  blanch ,of tlio1 sjntlietual-.chemical  trade we have lost,,, if we cair^vvin  one* backif'vvc tan win back otheis  lhc lack of training 1*5 being, gradually icmedicd" ��������� Jjondon Umveisity is  avvakcon the mattci, 'and ,tho .est ab-  Iislinieiit of^ ttho'iiovvj, nirnungliam>  (Jmvcisity, isJa'riecidod sfep'in iJ-the  right diiection , ,Tlie London1 Oounty  Ooiuieil has also iuicntly, m3.de technical odticaliouita subject--of special  in\estigation   -J    t.\,^>,     , fi ffi  ��������� ;���������;   -   t -1'   L      ^  WOES   <OITvBANKItXrPTJ-'PE,IN"CE  e-, -e. *     ^ j-   , \  His Fath'er  'pwped  %tho  Famous,  , '" ,  v,ICoh-i-noor'Diamond!' /       ' '  *-,-- ,        r     i'   e ^ * t -        , ' -i  The Tndijii pi nice who ttvouldsbave  uiteiitcd the lamous Koh-i-nooi dia-  if.onel had hia falhe-i's foi tunes been  n.oie ausDiciocJly, cucicd'js a hank-  nipl jin tl e. English' com ts i Dhi'lcep  Singh, sou.,01 .the'^funiaub puiicc ol  that name,, lias ini'inteicsting stoiy  The stoiy oi his lannlv, as it ie-������  lates'to this'smt in banKi uptcy,' be-  gus back in L830 when Ins ,gi .ind-  latl ei J?anjit Snith, tle^'Mion i ol  tho Puni.iiib," died���������a fid 'oventi^lol-  lovvc-d six.yeais la tei1 by Iho capture! of Lahoie-by the, BijLish Thoio  vv^cie futile nltor-ipts��������� ai tei vvai e's ^ to  legam nteJoni- e iixll.o. pai t of the  fcople, but m IS-lfi, aiteijLle SiUh  rebellion,'tic maharnjali made teims  with,his enemies >", *, *" ���������;'������.  He g.tvc up the laniouK ouinioiid as  well as'ins mciotisnif.-- icvc-iues and  alt,claim lo the lliione .ITe vveiit^tei  ICiigl.nid to live, Ltvnig gianttcl-*.,>aii  annuity* oi S200.0CO a .veai-.,-TIis  son", ( the pic-sent. banKi uptj held/ a.  commission ^iii Hits Koyni 111 agoons ,  He had*.in allowance of *MOft(X) ,.a  vcai / butwlus *iiiethod,/oMiying vvas  ouoiitulj- and, e-cli.ivdgant t>Tt,,led  him, into, the, diflicil ties vvmth -liave  bioi'ght >', him into, the bankrupt  coiils FLs fatliei s e\| eiicnces in  Cngl.tud, whcie he In ed as a coun-  tiv si-pine-, weic* a.tuising, ai'tl many  'toi.es aio lclatod oi  1-iui        ���������'  On tlie^vvaj. back fiont a huge  party  on  one  oi casion   lie  said        _I  1JIS0BEDIEIOE TQ;,ORDEiS;  '      ,       ,-    .       '     ��������� '      n     *  INTSTAITCES    ,WEEEE ' IT-4HAS  f       ~       LED TO-FAfllE. ,  ' <���������  ������������������ '   >  Men Who _Would.Never Have Eeen  " Heard of* if They Had Not  \f   "Disobeyed *' "  P001 ~ old a Jameson'",cited tlio  late Coed Hhodes, on healing U1.1t  tho impulsive and hot-headed / dot-  toe-, had 'actually star ted on Ins  momoiablo^ iaid. " "Wc have ba>n  friends for twentylyo.tis, and now  he's gone and upset my npplecait,"  savs a vvl-itt-i   111 l'ciuson's Weekly  The lenituk vvas 'apposite and.triic  Di Jaiiicson niost cei lainly did, by  an act of flngi ant (disobedience such  as has laiciv to bo iccoidod of a  ���������"Cluct-Adinimstintor and an officer,,  urisct, *��������� fot the tunc being, at all  evenlsJf'Uie lthodcsian npplo cait1  Hut he did vunethinff 'moie ( On tlio  dav'that lio cios<?od kthe Tians-vaal  fi outlet with ins tioops and 'Ins  guns, he. iiovved foi himself a niche 111  thodTcmplc of Fame BuWor the  laid, he would have"'hvcd,and died'a  plain siilwrdiiiale official 111 thc '^1-  vicc of t]ie_Chiirtciol Company' His  v"oiy name, even, would have remained utteilv unknown to,thc bulk J of  his k fcllow-eouiiLiynicn ,, , Whereas,  now, no historian can evei^wute tho  stoi v of .South''Africa vvithoul^f'10-  toiiding therein the pai fplayeel, by  Leandei^Stait J.imoson , t  " Eveivftcjiiiist whoivisits UieViaii-  tiful collegiate _, ch"uicli, commonly  tailed a chapel,, of Itoslin, noai It'il-  iiibuigh, is shown, as a mattci ' of  couis-o, the / famous "Pientico f Pil-  laij/fThc* youth who 'wi ought "this  nutivelloiis " piece"^of/woikmauship  achieved, i?o the -?tdiy 11111s, immor-0  t'ality coiijoiiilly with* * Ins ' own  ilpath, uv au act of'flagianl, though,  uiielei ulit, encumstances, T &  'PAUDONABLE DISOBEDIENCE \  ���������.Thevbiiildor of the cliapclAn,"' ciues-  tion ,went it 'is1 jSaid.^to Hon'e,'* 111  01 dei. to steal thence a series "of designs ' ,which,- I'bkndod*. togethei,  shouldienablci ' lum toipibduco one  loliimn of .'sin passing - excellenre  This"column hud been ahcady hewn  in tlie lough? piovious tp liis'settmg  out on Jus journey, aiid'Hic leffc-it in  thaigo of his^ohief appientico, vvitli  stiict inji.nctions" that'it was on no  account lo ;bo touched until-his ic-  - tin n 'The youth,*' howeyoi y conscious-^ 'of 1 his own" genius' sot'" to  r 'r 1 ' -  Iy by thct' London Missionary,, Society to' preachjthe , gospel to the  lieatlien.j; a.nd_liad he been built' as  other" mrn hc^ would doubtless have  settled down in Mabotsa���������which wns  tliejterutofy assigned to, him���������made  himself;as comfoi table as ho s could  under the ,-ciicunistanK-s, and contented himself ,therc7Titej witliftransmitting home to his employci s the  usual unnunl 7, tale of moio or less  doubtful i'convoi sions '{ But he was  not built as _ vvvjic other men Ho  thoiiglit find acted (for iiiinsclf , And  he had no^ boon tvvclye_iiiontlis in  the country befoi o"r"he"caiuo , to (the  conclusion that his piopei sphere of  woik was pioneeinig, or>oningjiip,iind  stalling new giound, lathoi "tliaii  proachnig f So ,he ;plun'god boldly  1101 Hi inio the unknown 1  'llie London Wissionaiy^Socioty,, as  poihaps was only to bccxpecloJ, ex-  povtulalcd, and.-on their missionary  pioving obduiatc, iecallod him IIo  disobeyctl the summons, going r- on  and 'on, c peiiotiatiiig into legions  ncve*r bcfoie ., visited by white men,  ficc'uiiing , foi .Bntain knovvlodgo  which, she was soon lo utilize in  building A up a nevv v enxpiie, and  inakinej fcfr himself a name and fame'  that &hall last"'as long as the world  enduies ,        *  . ���������  y     ."  ,, *  ,,        .                       ,                       ,     , am aliaid  you  believe  tt o  Dui-o     ot  the e-iicoiiragoinent netcs.saiy foi^ t0 Lu a goo(, liwn     Xow_ }  cu{  'tell   you     'ho,does      not  speak, the  li nth    foi   J   ht������.������id  him  toll   Lbiii "A  1 hat lie  had  quite onioicd Ins  sou's  \ i' it and  hoped  to invito him again  foL   he   vva-.  a, clolightlut   cjulp.uuoii  aiutvlie  hadi|i,st  l.eloeo told mo that  he wns.iieithing  but .in ass  and  not  j v o" th mv making his 1iccp1.u11fu.11ce "  , . .   . .      ,,    I    On .L'tothei   occasion a uieat    lady  d.ty.l  bavs,   oui   to.il tai^aiid.sells i^k,     h,m to Shcoroied  ns buck its  ' anilii.0 d>es    .ihc^an'-1  ffe:  M     ICO    II-  opriv uies  PI'ties  lhc   finest  hed,   \\ilh  <>lossancs  ale  jusl been  1) \,i will  '1 he lirsl  in litill-  , ,1 inonlh  Dfficc.  Ik ss il io  -  id v 1 111  id,  II),   md   will  1     1   ml,   (lu  line dve liidus-Uy, onginallv a Bil-  - lisb intention, emplojs 111 (fc.inanv  vlono 15,000 men. and v\e import  fiom Iheic ^0 rt'i i.oia of lhc elves  ~wc use ourselves     , '  .   .ESSENTIAL OILS  l". Ihe cKoontial oil of seems > 0111  ictoieCwas oveii nen -u Lt is tins  that lends si ecial lnteiest to the c*f-  foit now being made to win hack one  blanch 01 the tiade bv adopting'' the  methods t which' .in (lirinanj havo  pioved so successful The house of  Jiii'Ir? of' Hackney, has 101 generations been a piomment Bi ltish scent  and sflavoung essence nlakei* on tho  okl lines It has sceuttfiiims and  udepots.in manv lands. , To-t'-e gen-  eial public a him lilCc this is -.not  well known, 101 Turns that.prepai0  tlie pinnaiy mattci 01 scents do not  deal with the public '1 he-i bus-i-  iiess is to catei for U10 advei Using  pci fume niauufactuieis who in tin n  combitic. pi open e, and place scent  cm the mai kct  While the Butish house was steadily pin suing thc old vv.iv. in common  wuh others, it found oui I'liuket*)  being moio and moie invaded bv  r.ei iiiiiii     chemists. About    Unee  yoi"* ago it icsolvcd to meet tho  tie 1 mans on then own giound It  \ as not a thing that could bt. done  111 a moment, foe thc loumilas foi  pi <. (lilting aitincial pei fumes aic  .imong the most jealously gu.u deel  tinde --edicts ,  Thu Gist stmt had to be mat'e 111  the, 'nboiatoiy Foi noailv two  vcai-t Di Isiliciwood, himself liained  al Wiuzliuig. and Ins assistants toil-  eel ovu minute c>peiunc-nts A 1,11.111-  tilv of the ca,s,cutial matUi of a  pl.iul would be obtained and analv/-  e.l 'the 1 aw matcual thus dissected  weiul.l pel mips cosr i'10 01 L50  'lie first thing vvas to find exactly ,of  v, hat  the  pci fume vtonsist' d Why  e'oes the lose give 101th its odoi'  Wliau cat'Ses the scent 01" the I llv to  be of one kind nnd that ot the e>ei-  an.in.1 anothti'-' Easy questions to  . sk, but not hi cas-, tei ansvvei And  wlen the ansvvei was obtained the  lie,hl was onlv at its be^uiiiing 'Ihe  next stcji was to combine .-itific al  'iiaieiial as exactly to lepioduci* this  scent  A rIKA.VSroilMATIO>r  ll is piactically impossible foi tho  lav man to undei stand the pioccss of  chemical uileichange by which chlo-  11110 and alcohols anel elhei aie made  jnt'j bcigamot and hyacinth aud  lUiv     blossom 'J'o    see a 1 coking  1 hcmical hcnlcd, distilled 111 a vacuum, combined with even moie ovil-  sinelliiig stufis, and then come foi th  so aa to Iw lii'Jistiiij'iiishiiblc fiom  (he scent which one's ginndmothci  inoduccd fiom hei flowci gaiden  seems    mnacitlous And  to  do  it  mi nit yea 10 of cxpeiinicnl and ch,np-  jmintincnt  When the chemists had done the  fli't pait of then woik tho biisnicss  had only begun l'oi Iho same Hung  Iind lo bo done under 1011111101 cial  conditions The icsnll might bo sat-  isfnctoiy 111 the hiboiatoiy. Would  it pi ovc equally so ni tho woikshop?  Before this could be ascci tiiinod it  special plant had to ho designed to  p oiluio the i*csulls achieved on tho  small scale A fiequont and great  soiiice of diflloulty wns Ui find a mti-  ieiiul lo vvilhstiuid the (onofuvii nr-  lion 01 miinv of the le-ugcnl'i noti *,-  'aiy Moie often liuin not unfoi-  s-en conditions mntlo themselves np-  p.ueiit when Ihe huge iippni alim was  in I ��������� it (o woik uiul U'la fiPi|iionlly  ntci .siliiteW   11 toKliplolc     leailii'ige-  luui soii'O ciiuj, which had been  speuatlv pieruied foe hnn "1  hope," sno stud, ( jou will tell me  iioiirstl.i   if ltiis'iot good "       ,   ,  ,The ,pooi bo> lu.il been politelv  endeavoiing lo nwallow a little ot  tie mixtuic, tbut .when h.s hostess  said this hi> W t  JiPLIEVED  SHE AITANT TT,  and,      putting  flow 11 his  folk      and  spoon     with     a  sigh   of  1 fclio1".      h..  ej.-i' ulaleil,     0,   >ou m0  quite light,  it is hoiiible   lake it awav '' \  lt\vvas~ about "this time that ' lie  once again tehelei the sacicel jewel  ot ins tace  t' ���������*_  Tl'c ICoh-i-iiooi v lo tl c young  ma'arajah meant tai moie than a  mc'ios'"jcwcJ( of . labuloiKS value IJ,,  vv.is to him an obie-ct 01 sureisli-  tious vt'iieiation 1 s the symbol of  sovcioigiitv  ovei 'tiio Pi'iijaub'  Tie Queen uskcel Uidi Login ' u  the maharajah .tvc-i s.aike of . thc  Koh-i-nooi, and, if so, tl lie ovei  seemed to legiet' it" adding thit  si e had nevci mcnl oned tlie icvvel to  him and wnulel ftel 1 ceit.-m tlel,-  cacy  in vveaiing   il   in  Ins pie'cnce  Ilci lVIa;e���������^tv luithe-i e*cpics*f.l tin.  wish that L.ulv J r>t>m would In d  e>ut it the iimIi.ii ujah vveuild like to  s.-e it i spccinll-v as it had teen ic-  cut since j'.iss'iie, 'into hei posses-  *iioii, and siTo .idde.l He ���������iiciul'Li to  tell me 11JI he savs "  I .\C\w Lc(,m It It nci vtius almut  leeutioning llie mattci to thi young  pi nice ifowcvei one ei.iv ,'wlitn  iitling witli lum 111 lilthmoi d Pmk  site managed lo It id tlie (onversa-  lion i.p to tho stiluccl Would vou  like to see the Koh-i-iuioi n^.un >  said she - vvnilun? In sou c "aiiMcty  101   his lt-jilv'   - "1  ' Yes  '     ic   uisiuiciI        "I   would  give a gicat     e'e.il  to  liold  it ag un  m mv   o-v 11  h.i'id   '  "    Why   -"'  because I should like to I .eve it-  111 my povvei to pi ice it in Jfu  Al.ncstv's I mil noi that I un a  man 1 vvas only a child when I  siuieudeirel it lo hei bv (icalv bi.t  now I am clel mouth lo 1 not 1  ������������������liind   ' 1.      ,  A  d.iv 01   Ivvo  la tn, tie 111ah.11 ij ih , .;'"' L  ben g   at     iiuckingli th   fa law llie  Ouccii 1 laud tho Koh-i-iioni in  lus hands and asked him 11 he  ll outfit it was nnpioved He walk-  eel to the window and minuttlv 1 x-  amitiod it making lemaiks on its  diminished si/e find gieatei bi il-  hai-cv, v Inio the spect.itois could  not help watching Ins uioveniLiils  wiio son.e anxietv  Hut al lciiglh niiuleep Nnigli  v.ulk-  od acioss the loom, anel,  with a lov,  ube-isaiicc,      pu'scnlcel    the  piecious  J,0"'   \,   'u*f )������"cu't'"    "M'lcssieg m   h|s    |lollol_^lllck-.n  counad.s,  ;,,?,a.'H 1,^, T   S     'C l>'������^"'f ������t;1M|lllrtnv      imi.gmeel   Ulat  he  nlioided him  to have this oppoi tun-'  itv   of      himself     placing   it   111   hoi  hands  THE OLDEST IIO USD.  Theic has just died at Oakonholt.  near Phut, Noilh Wales, a hoiso at  the advanced ago of forty-Uueo  yenrsi, said to have boon thc oldest  hoi so 111 England. Tho lioise, a  haiids-omo black chaigor, was the  ptopoity of Colonel Bildgford many  ycais ago, mid was sold to tho Into  Mi. T, W. Hcalon, of Tho Priory,  Highoi Ciuinpsall, who at his death  made piovlslon for the nniinil to  live 111 quietness and luxiuy at the  fin 111 111 Noi th Wales  Squlnoil as well n-i tats .ne sub-  ji'( t lo plague Al Ilassan, 111 My-  soiu, all lhc squuich havo died  110111  tl i'l  di -t.1',0.  *&*  |fci  work lu^deliancc ,of his mastei's ui  junctions - aiid completed the pillar  as ifieinaiiis to this "day,���������uv'.perfect? speciineu tof. mediaeval '>Gotluc  traceiyy. standing oat conspicuously  vvhem eveiy thing is beautiful ��������� lie  had "just" finished^ Ins workf and" vvas  standing! back a little "way lost 111  .1 diminlion'of it when' his . * mtistei  entered ' The "old roan was an'aiUst  111 his wav, and a single glance vvas  sufficient to convince lum that not  oi-1 v had tho pitiai, ?jcen completed,  lint that U16 woik had'been done in  such a'fashion as icndeied any \ attempt fat 1 iv any v *i --! t  ,t4 Ob V Or THE QUESTION  One ui-=tnnl he pausdcl." losl 111 ad-  innatioii Then thagim, quickly  changing to insane passion, took  possession of lus soul,"-and, seizing  a nnton's. hnmn-ct'which Uij, handily,.hu tiept stealthily behind the  still iin-onscioiis youth and struck  hiiu de\id  , i 01 I Woiseley might never have  iist-n to be Commai'der-in-Cliief of  the Biilish Auny liad it not been  foi .in aci of disobedience ,we'l ingli  iinpaiallcled in those dajs. It was  dm ing thi* Indian Mutiny in 'the  loico lighting which pieooJcd thc  second ��������� lelief of Lucknow A mt-ss-  hoiisc commanding 0111 linos wrs  hel'l by the rebels Beyond that uiy  the stumg toil of JMoti-Maliai It  was ncccssaiy that tne loinici should  be occupied, and at the point of tho  b.'.vonol and young Wolscloj., ��������� then  a captain in the flOth Toot, vvas qo-  lected bv S11 Colin Campbell foi the  task "But mind," inn his palling i'i inactions, ' no advancing be-  \011d voui goal L don't want to  li.i/aid bulling on a geueial engagement "_ '  Wolsclev pionused anything and  oveivthing, and then, at thc head cf  his company swept through and  oV(i the mc-s-l'oiist, like r. wnn I-  vvind. leaving a little heap -of cb,sky  bod es bcjiinel hnn, and, undei  a i\k-  I ific hie. staleti the south bastion  ot  the AIoti-Muhiil ard  DUOVH 00T THE DErENDERA  ,'Su Colin was outwaidly fiinous,  ui|d give tho prcsuiiiptuoiis younir  ollieei a tumble cp .11 i/.'i of an hour  the following 11101 mug at Orderly  Itooin But a lew months .met ti-o  oiroiidi-i found lumsoii gayctted to n  m.ijt 1 ate out 01 ins icgubii turn  aud fm the i,_si of his hie lie v as  coiisiitiillv'tiiMii'Midud after tlio sinii-  ii'du-eet fashion by thc gum olil  vv.uiitii v ho not long aflei the incident luCoided above hunseli bioke-  awav 11 om all luecodont by leading  in pei son swoid m hand, tne last  dcs| .>rali.     1 ush      of     his  decimated  II mips on thc miituicei s stiongliold  Not   a lew      \1ttn11a  Cieis'cs  bav*.  been wen by acts of 11101 c 01   Ioa. di-  iccfc  elisoLt-dici.cc    but pnihaps      the  'lust  sinking instance  111  point       is  at'oielel by   tlie ta=e of Pnvnto 'fira-  j ot'iv   O .Te"      'Int. need which ganie-f  jhiiii the ('.eolation    too    vvas  a I   the  limn* iiiimiie in  anothti   diiection" 111  I that  il   vv.is  n0t ptiioiiiied'iti     vv.ti  1 tune    no    11  l'*e piv--iiiee  11  mi ei.t--  11.  I    0'i   iinij lruh   1-00   on   1  i.ulwav  isiihi'i;      at     I'.uu-i'le    Station    neai  1 c u      loaded     vvitn scvtial  is      01     pondti      ..nil  auijiuirilion  caught Ine      'lhc r.sl. seemed so  t.'i-  iiii      .ind  the   C'ltamlv   01 a teinlie  eiiiil     u-iiiediale   e'"vple*-ini]  s0 t,lait-  in^lv   ."Ppaient     that   an   oidci   was  iss.;cd     1 ji oid'lii'g     anyone  lo     .ip-  pioicit   v.ithui a thoiisiird vaitls   01  tin   coiiflagialion    .ml  n detachment  01  thc  Itific B i0-a.ic,   then staticu.c I  III tl e  Cili lei       was  tolel  oil  to  see  ih it  tlu  oidci   was obe.vd  (1 lit 1 was one of  the clctaelinie-'it,  1 id   t'" pile the 1 en onsti aiice* 01 his  sxi4 ant   und  the v aipiug cnts     01  w ho  vvn'  iiisli'ig sti.nqht lo a swift ami m-  (vit ine df.tih lie suddenly liolted  out 01 the lanks and nci'eJss the 111���������  lei veiling space Ai rived at the  blii7mg cat, ho smashed nl tho locked door, with a coupling pin; and  eventually, with buckets of water  piocuicd fiom a 110.11-by ditch, ho  succeeded in  EXTINGUISHING- Tllfc FLAMES,  Poihaps, however, the most sti Iking instance of disobedience bilng-  mg to tho disobedient one a. woild-  vvido iwid deathless fame, is afforded  by the ense of Livingstone' ^Wc, of  this gcneintion, mx; so uscd'lo ic-  gaiding Iho discovcioi of the Zambesi as aii'pxploicr pure and simple,  that it h ni>t lo bo ovei looked nt  times Hint his picmiei obiect 111  jeiin iieving into the iiilctioi of-Allien was a lehgious o>ie  Livingsloiic vvas soul out oiiginal-  f pi VERSIONS OF PRISONERS '  Expedients for"Making Times' Pass  ',"     _       ' More Quickly. \  ';f"Piisoneis 4iavc all- sorts ^of < ways'  of communicating with each other,"  s. id an old-time policcoflicei, and  it is almcslJ impossible lo keep'  tutck of them .at times, whenf ' the  dopattment^wants to bo paiticulaily  caioful about^ shutting1 out com-  mumcatioii^betvvecn'oi'e pnsoner and  another    -       t   "   --    ��������� - "'  *  , In tl 0 v - first place, tho pi isonoi  has nothing lto do but think befoio  he is*.scnt to the*faim or to' t^somo  ot.oi ^, place*, wheic ho '"is, put to  woi k Some of them 'employ their  timo 111 decoiating then -colls with  pictuies, plasteung them with news-  IJapcis and things of that sort 'One  man will write a bit,o'f vense, or tho  story of Jus life,' 01 a treatise , 01  some 'aspect of tl o science of ciim-  niologv I4 havo 'knovyn many pris-  onei s to ^niako companions ot bugs,  of ''lealf'bugs, ' cockroaches, spiders  aneKlhnigs ofT that'-soft 'I knew  onoanait ^V/ho^iaa been condemned  lo 'soTitaiy' confinement who had  actually tiained'a couple*of spiaeis  and a gang of r0acnes.so (that they  would conic to him at legulai inter-'  ya-s ior lood Ho" could'i,ap on the  s/ide oi 1 his cell 1 and?.thev- * would,  sc.impei iyoutr6f their" hiding places  and rush to* the'-point vvheio ���������'he  tapped on the floor or, the wall with^'  his eliand iL They woie'. e*eiucat������d,tj-.mid  when ho would talk te* vthem.'(���������and  fondle them fthey "seenied to uiidei-  stand" at"lqast 'that it was* a fuend-  ly and affectionate "sorl/of thing1.'  ''  "Tho world might slitmk liom the  touch of the criminal's hand ilea  inight not want to touch palms  with1 him - But "with the pot soidois  and the I et loaches-it was different  Apparently they loved him, and he  was more to them-than all the vast  body of men on the outside^of    tho  pi lSOll  ' But I was thinking about an-  othei story Some few yoais ,..igo  Iheie -* was' a man in tho Missouit  pemtenliaiy who had been sentenced  to solit.uy confinement I think he  hael a ^sentence of fitteen 3 cat a. He  h.*d been shut oil fiom*all com-  mi mention with his fellow pnsoners  Atout lifte;n cells from him was a"  friend Thc first prisoner had a. pot  white mouse a little animal of 10-  iniu kablo intelligence, and ho pioved  to Le a souico of gicat comfoit and  convenience to the prisoner In  sonic way he liained thc mouso ' so  that ho imeicrstooa hnn He was  finally able to get the littlo animal  to cany messages Irom ins cell to,,  tho cell of^ lus fuend Occasionally  the motse could be seen scampering  clown thc hall with a* piece of papoi  in lus mouth, and nothing could  stop him In this way tho men earned on a -ostein of'pci feet communication II goes to show how  lcsouiccful ciimmals arc, and what  fruitful ic'e-is n.any sometimes tgiow  out of nn idle mind " ,  The  and  cx-  you  you  GATHERING WEALTH  Men Are-Doing It Right Now    in  This   Country.  The Limltd Slates has become a  gn-at nation because she pe,ssessed a  coiinliv vast and 1 ich It- would  have been impossible foi men to  open up such n eoiuiliv v.ithotil  am.1s-5.1t1g wealth All llie law nui-  lenals foi ptoducmg a giealei pios-  penly nnd bioadei pi ogress then  any " llitiotofoie seen m tlio woi id  vt e st.cwn tlutit 111 all dnectioiis  JI ti the same with Canada Wi*  have a vast cntinti y nchlv stoied  with niatciials thai oui people can  icfinc uito wivltli N"atuie has given  i-s an iiniiicti->c canital with which  to do business 111 tne woi Id, and as  we bi ing it moie nnd moio into use  iiiospei iiy is  bound to inciease     l  Men who make foi turn.-, on this  e online nt sue disposed lo pi ide  Ihv-iiiselvts on it and lo asenbe it to  (hen own *-���������*,,cwdiicss and to tlie  oioi^ns-sivo 111'I hods guieially in  vot,ue heie but aite. all, in some  casts thry du not lecpihe any gical-  n loiothoiignl limn that of those  v ho sei euL ban 'Is to catch walii  vhi'c il i nns r! lie y en Ich 101 tunes  b. putting out u 111 eK m fie gole'en  shoivtrs Men aie doing Ih'it 1 ghl  iiov 111 Canada nnd some vciy bu^.*  banels aie bong fill >l lo ovciflow-  ni!> f-oieie iu"ii ili-,jioil t !"('iiisel 1C1  111 tie --bowei uiel g.,1'ei nolh i,g  some get 1 piuiful 1 iid tlumsiK spilt  it I,nt 'iicl .in unfit 1 hue cut'h-  ing all llu-v ean of the -hri,vii foi  ot hei-.  'Ihe gieit uatiial veallh 01 the  United Males, v hcu I 1 ought into  utilization e,4.--.e uitalculnble liches  to a (Oni]j.uiilivs icw and lh* sunt  thing is. hnppi lung 111 Canada it is  happening 11101c inpitll' heie let.us-  wavs iiid tne.ins 01 liiinging annul  this le.sult do not have to be ele-  visod bv oui wciillli-aiiiiissi is but  (opu-d fiom the l.ugci in iiupula-  lois of tho Uni ted folates rl be- v.el-  faie of Canada j spinas'' l)ic bioiitle-sl  possible disliibiilion of wealth, and  thetcfoic an increasing number of  pooplo aio being won ovei to the  idea of public owneiship and con^ioi  of all piopeilies and franchises Unit  arc capable of being handled by niid,  IQF  lhc PCOplO. _-        ,   ..���������.< r"  SCHOOL OAIIDENS.  Thcic ajo moio school gardens In  Bavaria nnd Oldcnbuig than 111 any  other pai t of Gci many. In Fiuas-ui  theio are none, nlfhough llieio mo  a few public schools in which niboil-  culluie is taught A school for Iho  cultlv,1(1011 of vegetables wn.s cs;*  tabli'-hed for young people who weio  past school ago in Bav ai la, Cfei-  iininy, sonic ycais ago.    ,  CARE ORTflfrHUHAB'BODT  SIMPLE RULES '0F~HEALTH TO  KEEP YOU WELL. f.  * -.-*)*    ���������~'..    ,      , "  If You    Observe 'Them Faithfully  -   You Will���������'Save Big. Doc-  ^        -    *   tor's BUls  ^When tho body'gets" out' of order,  wc"^ have lo go. to������ tho doctor ' for  drugging, and to pay a pi otty , big  bill foi" medical "niid'sui gicnl* attendance, says a wi ilci ,in London  Ansvveis *   ' f   ,  ", By a moining post itcently I1 ie-'  ceivod 1 a 'document detailing-'tho cost  of medical, treatment foi solf , and  family foi a twelvemonth,  amojnt���������566 37���������staggeicd uic,  I sought out ' .our doctoi foi  planations "  "My dear su.V he "said,, "if  aic ,so foolisn as to got ill,  must bo content*to pay the doctoi  You neeel not got ill if you wish,'  and then, you vvill'-ih.wo no doctor's  bilis^to bothci  you "      .  T will "give you 'ono hundred dol-  lais down," I an'jwoiod, "if you toll  mo how to' avoid all illness ','  "Not all," said the doctoi, "but  fclio greater .pail'tfAs 1 am going,  out of practice, and vou,aie an old  patient, I'don't mind giving you f,'  '<\ A'FEW WHINKLES. ^ "  * "Now, heiev is "an item bf ������8 75���������  ten1'visits1/, with mcdicircs for 1 dyspepsia of self and wile-, Now,- ' you  can easily *-. j av, old dyspepsia You"  yourself ^ust 'not bolt youi^bieak-  faS't, luncheon, 101 dinnei iTako them  leisurely ^and enjoy them jFooclfpio-  peilv taken is ;the souico of ono of  tl,otgieat . pleasuibs of life* Masticate eveiy piece 1 of "'meat', bicad, or  vegetables twentyi times,_ before  swallowing   '    ��������� * w  ' Do not, take youi food veiy hot  Ifi it burns, the rinoiitIi, it burns tho  stomach , Toil 7 your' wife not to'  diinlcfm,orc'than) tin co cups <of tea  re'r day, and ^to., loosen hor corsets  Don't rush about liftei ^eals, but  sit oi walk quietly . That s a saving of ?8 75 a yeai       J     a  "Now, heio is item No 2 , Thieo  dollaiskand scventj-hvo cents for  tioating jthico bad" colds How1 aio  you lo^avoid colds ?' Go straight  fi om bed ' into , a cold bath in thc  morning You must not'dawdle udr  walk thiough.*diaughty passages If  you cannot have' a plungo-bath ,' in  you> ^dressmg-ioom, take a spongo-  batli in youi b'ldioom, or nib the  body-with a well-wetted'low el 'Thcii  diy and diess as if. you wore'trying  to    *        '      -���������**"��������� s-  <-  ' '. ,'   BREAK A-IlEC01tD'      \  '  ii r .- if  But lomemter .this warning   If youi'  nails arc blue, or If y on creel depressed ,aftoij,th(!*tbath jS"ab, not tako.  it Youi heait or i.civos aiof(too  weak fot 'the shock bf coldtwatei. *  'Should you '"get a'cold1 in spile  oi L the bath, take a glass of ��������� hot  lemonade Go "-14; - bod, and covei  youiself wannly. 'This must be done  after tho first sneeze 01 shivering  fit', or it is of no use, "  ' Tho third item is $2 50 You  could not sleep, and when, vou could'  you had bad ch earns , You can save  future expenditure 011 this head by,  novt-i going to bod with cold feet,  lakung supper at least an hour and  a li.tlf .before letning, and cultivating tho habit of putting alt thoughts  away tho moment j'oui head touches  thc pillow But you must also keep  thc bedioom vvirdows open, and  wcai only sufficient bedclothes to  keep you comioitably warm '  "Hero aio two l.ngo items For  treating case of tjphoid fever $22-  50 , for li eating case of chphlheiia,  ?15.   I havo no  doubt you *  COULD HAVE SAVED  that' sum of 538 25 by the simple  piccaution of boiling your milk and  your > dunking waier. --Keaily all  typhoid fever comes fiom contaminated'11 ilk cr watci, while milk is  thc gieat source of diphtheria    ,  "Ah. ' heie is $1 75, charged foi  curing two headaches All a cast* of  sluggish liver Taito an horn s busk  oxoicisc eveiy dav, and- you will  have no moio bills to pay loi sluggish liver Thc foi in 01 oxeieisedoes  not mattci much, but it is host  taken in the open an Dig m the  gaidei, cycle, nde a hoise, 01 buy  a-pan of Ji.ci.ui clul s, ci 'one of  thu mimeioiis 'cxcrcisois' on the  rnaikot, and use thorn foi halt an  bom in the morning and half an  lioin at night  "You aie down foi $>1 101 ,\n al-  tark of neuialgin nnd SL 7."> foi the  rebel of two toothaches Neuialgin  aa isos n om a vaiioly ol causts, anel  mosl attacks can be pi evented by  common poii.sc Po not stand ia a  eiiaught, diy youi hnn thoioughly  aftoi a hath, elei not lot youiself  iim too low lor want 01 a holiday,  avoid cold .feel As foi toothaches,  you can only avoid tl.cm bv going  eat ly lo tlie dentist But he 10 is a  tip Most toothaches can be nipped  i-i the bud bv Lhc application of a  little bicai bon.ite  ol  soda  Ono elollai lur fixing an ingiowing  too-iiail Cut voui toenails stiaight  acioss and when one shows a lon-  elenty to glow into" ln7-*^Tosh, place  11 small pad of  COTTON  WOOL   UNJ-l'It  IT  "As you kiiu.v, a doctoi is seldom  ill, although his woik is of the most  living ami fatiguing naluic ITovv  does lie inainlain his health ' Not  by thugs, but bv attention lo th"  inllovvuig niles li vou do likewise,  youi medical bill will bo extiemcly  light  J Hieilhe as iiiuch pmc an as  ini'Mblr antl 111 01 del tei (lo that  l.'*cp all 'he windows 01 en (lav and  lnnht The di iiut,hts wont hull  when > on gel used lo t'n m lu  seualiiia loi loii'Uinpl mil, the jut-  lients slei p sometiii.es  1 ndei  a Injei  Ol    SI'OVV  J Oiseivo lie most ,ei iipuliiiis  ili'iiilincss of le-i-ein clothing and  sui lounduigs 'i'hiit .ne ivvcnty-  tight inilis 111 pi 1 leiuilioii lubes 111-  d( t tic skin, winch pom ouf two  jiints oi vvalei antl llueo liuudnid  giauis of solid uupm ilie* cveiv day.  You (in fhiitfoic mule island the  niC'sity fe 1 keepnif, tic sl'm absolutely clean  '.". Let food be legubilcil nminly  bv Iho appetite 'What is (iileuvvilh  lelish,' says lh L.uidci Biiiuloii.  'is, us a inio, wholesome It must  be or sufficient quantity, nutiilioiis,  and well cooked. Ilon't dnnk ninth  lea, codec, or spii its, and smoke in  sli.ict model ation.  "1 HUvo plenty ot exercise eveiy  day.  "o   Clolho    youiself wannly     in  winter, and lightly in summer,'   and  let >our clothing bo loose and com-  forlafylo.   Corns and bunions arlso  F110M TIOIXT BOOTS ;  flushed lace and 1 cd nose fi om I ighl  collate, chllbhinis often from tight  gloves  "(1 If possible, choose a climate  suitfd to your constitution Some  pooplo aio never well by tho sea ,  olheis can't live inland ; 'nine .110  happy only in fogs anil mist , some  011 high giound, olheis on low  giound,' and so on Find* out"/ thc  locality'that suits you, and if you  fan''manage it^ settle Jthcrc   f  ,"7.t Lastly, get sufficient sleep, every night,-" and pieseive a'tiaiicpul  nunc! "   v ���������   .-j,"   ���������"  <i'_  ~%  THE OLD CIRCUS, M.AN.   |i  '' ' ��������� J .  i-lha Giant and?His Collection     of  1  ,'r       -  Fire Hat,Fronts.    -'���������"'-"**  i * '  "I suppose," Ysaid the old " eticus  man, 'ythat tho gicatost offall giants  wus aii honoiaiy membei of moio  /lie companies than any other 'miiii  in , the woi Id. At the /time of'his  death he had hat fronts enough to  cover, pi otty neni.all of'one side of  a room winch had been given* to'him  by admit ing fire companies' in 'all  parts ol' the country. ' '    ,  "Ho ' first'got into this fire'business, which pioved to bo one 01 the'  most 'popular things ho ever-did,  just by the mciest accident    s      ,  j"In one town'that we showed, in  oarly ni1 tho first season the ' giant  was witlii iis,^ thoio was quitcfn fire  the 'hist ,day tho show was there  This ino happened to conic just at  Uic hour between the" moi ning pai ade  and the beginning of the'atternoon  show,, and tho'giant went'to it,5just  as anybody^might, to look on,' but  ho t hadn't" been *i-tl������,ri.������Sin.oie than,  about'a1 mmuto 1 and'a half when  something happened. ,        ,   A   f  "Tins'lire was in a two-storoy-and-  .itticJ house that' hadr'doimer- windows on tho front, and also windows  in thc gable ends The "hic wus "a  bu'stm' out'of tho donncis when the  fuemenvgot-tlioie,'and the ,oniy way  they could ' tget^at it was* thiough  tho    *<���������    ,    ������ "',"        -'   " r * *���������'  GABLE WINDOWS* AT'THE END  1 ' They had ja,raddei"up at'owfend  of tho house *, when tho giant got  theic and men'up'it with a hose, and  they weic getting ^Iio Jiettci ol the  fue, too, when all of a sudden there  was a cracklin' sound, and- thc lad-  dor < bent and'spht-'and doubled up  and J collapsed and let Ihe fiicmen  and tho hose and the whole caboodle  come).,' a slambangin' down to thc  giound, wilh tho fire sicmui' ..to  buist out of-- those dormei . wmdoA-s  again fiercer'a ever,tho iiunule-* that  sti cam was taken off.      *���������   ,  , '     *i  "And -it looked now as 11 , thc  house was doomed But 'heic,, of  couise, J vwas vvheio the gieat giant  come, 111 -1- ,i  x "instinctively he jumped foiwaidt  aud, actually, befoio they'd got the  broken " laddci and tlio men cleat cd  away from ���������,"undei .the window, ho'd  bent down^and" picked up ,thc pipe  and sliaightencd'* up again with it  andiihad'it p'inted , in that gable  window,~makin' tho fnc sick  ,' 'He reached down once a moment  latot Jand-giabbed tho _hose,->"' about  half way "down to tho "giound, aiid  huncliad il along a littlo so as to  give himi'a littlo" more slack, and  then .he poked tho pipe inside the  window whoio lie could got light at''  the (lames, ,and in five minifies he  had the fiio out      *   ^   ���������,  "Wellf at firstvwlon Iho people see  the gieat" giant ��������� toweiin' up there  doin' this it sort of amazed 'cm, so  that they said TTiothing, but just  stood still, buts when they began lo  sec how human he was, just like  thoy was, if ho was so big, anel what  noble woik ho was doin', why, they  cheeicd 'and holleicd till you'd  thought thev'd gone tiazy, and thc  giant was tho biggest man 111 town  that day in '  MORE WAYS THAN ONE. ���������>  and" 11 he had asked for the town  that afternoon T'beheye they'd have  come pietty wiieai to > giving it to  him  "As it was, Ihey elected the giant  honoiaiy life foreman of thc fire  ceniipanv whoso pipe - he had held  tliat" day That was U10 beginning  of tho giant's long fist of honorary  memberships in fuc companies  tluoughout the countiy  'The old man, quick to-*take advantage of eveiy'chance, "had icd  shu Is made loi tno giant, and had  that fust fuc hat front put onto a  helmet that was" of suitable dimensions ancl proportions, and they  fitted him'out with "a tiumpet 'of  appiopnatc size, making it about as  big ,as^ the Jnggesit megaphone of  the present day. 1  "And all thiough that fust season  after that, in the morning pai ade thc  gieat giant walked 111 tins rig, as a  liieman , and a tiemendously imposing figuio ho made^ns such,  loo  "When he walked down the pnnci-  pal siioel of this town 01 that 111  those fii Oman's togs, and prouel of  'em us ho coulel be, too, vou can  guess what the local fucnien thought  of him And wo novci showed 111  any town wheio thoy had fue companies bul what one 11 not all of  them ch'tted him to an honoiaiy  nienibeiship  "And so il wns tliat he got togethei that ically ieiii.it kablo collection of fue fronts, disprised at his  death, I am Sony to say, 101 il was  something unique 111 lis  way "  ^^.j^t^^^j-j^^^^^-i^^-j^;  4 r  ' 'if  ���������������*  lit'1  m?  "   -   \i h ,  r '-vi'"  't fy  -W^-^W^W^-^M-W**W-?-M*^Hj^'  ������''-*-   ) j, \ V -   v ,}i'    *   ���������      1 ,. , ������������������  Man f is subject to 1,212 difTerent; *  ''  diseases,/.,,, [, (    ^ ' y 'f^t   f  " Aitificial '   pearls aro - made froniv,       \,  fish"soalC9 ,>   >   wf'   w      1        $  An av cragc, Bi ltisher. is "as ^stiong   ,   \  as two Hindoos v        ' si'  A diet of gin lie is a wonderful aid "   <���������'<,  to tho complexion   ^ , " "   '1 >      ,  An'otdumiy brick will absorb"<-i"v- y  Icon ounces of wnter., ,  "     ,J     L ,      ,     t  " Breton slieep 'are not  much  laigeil  '  'r^  than a inir-sizcd haie   jj,' jr fl  ���������Theie aie four millionaires in'England  to one in Ifranco   f   , ,,  There aiis 725 ancient 1 castics     on  the,,banks of thc Rhine '   '-ii n -  'A man should)weigh :2G pounds for  every foot of his height , 1  ^.'  *  There  aie  ovei   J],0Q0  stitches fin,  an  oidinary white shut." ���������    '    -J/  - Ono-lhnd      of   thc  peopKjftW'ho  go  mad lecovci   their senses ) "r ^       -.,",  The hair'01  the,head"giovvs lastei*  in summei   than in  winter  i ������������������   T ,,6'"i  1 Man, is  the only, animal that   pos-i  sess's "a.ie-al nose and  chin    ^   ���������* if  In mining  accidents  one "death . iu'"  four^is caused by afterdamp'    ,*^*i - /   *f. "h*-~ $*>���������'������������������  roLtj-cight kinds'oij hpusa-flv havo   J' ?"j f <,\ii*JjL*-, ''  been classified  by nnluialiFls ������������������ -v*-   '-"*''f'v"  *     '  ^ Oxen and' slieep fatten" bcttei '" in.-"- ,?j *KA >f'i<E  company than" when kept alone   1 ,    ", " ~ ' 'f-'1 f  ���������A,finc ostrich V-is' calculated'*( tey '- p- *j f-*-  yicld ������2,500 woitji" of feathers ���������*���������������-, T ���������'; , ���������" f^.>  ' Tight, ,unvcntilated -hats are yrond " ,^',.H/^-v^t--v  of���������thc chief causes of baldness    " U-r ������ r'y^      - -f^  IIj is c-stimated  that/49  per  cent, i v������   e������   ���������o  i"i/.  of tho days in London aic ,yot-Y "  f ^ ff\ f y  lx>ndon has over 500  lailwayista-   ^ ���������**--' V ,^5������������������'<"  tions, exclusive ,of goods depots    - *���������    t'    y ^     ������"^v  '<��������� Orange juice   ' is^   one of jthe'tesb' _ < " s'-s-. -*>'  diossmgs foi  black shoes or'bools-^ l ,   ^if JJx>r  '  \fina pound ^01 sheep's swooI is e^tp^., ,^ ,v777 ���������,  able 01 producing one yard^f cloth. *    ri^-i '"I'fl-^f    *  Hearing,   as a'1 ule,  is  inorct acuto   i*i    4 *4-V' *"'{  ith'the" right, than   'with the leftt"   V >fJ  '>* ������,  W< .  witli'the right  em      "       "-       ���������'f ,'_/'*   Y J',f/  l?russiau  blue'paint'is  made  from   ^  the   ashes,    of  the������buint  hoofs   *ibf <��������� *  hordes if  Tlio1 chanco  01  ". ii'  iSirMt  r~A> -rp ���������-"���������rlVwVj'kAiiW'J''^  t .\f        tt       jy    * ' 3 **"t<    f^u*.*    j* >  >-o  finger prints,r,f {-^Mt '  KING AS  A GOOD SAMARITAN  Sends His Own Nurse  to  Care for  Sick Young Man  King Edvaiel in his numerous acts  of kindness and chnntv, is not a  mnn to let his loft h.uid know 'what  hia nghl li md docth As an instance this slory is told by a cor-  lospondcnt  'Iho King iccently Wined that a  young n an, William Donald employed 111 I'duibuigh, had come io his  Bnlmoia! estate hoples--.lv ill of lhc  same double thiough which t'10 King  iteently pissed, to be 11111 <���������*-tl bv lus  niolhei 'l\n Kin;; sent his pnvsi-  eian, .Su ./anies Hold to asceiliun  "if .tiivthing could be done-, but thc  g/t\it doetoi found him*-eif unable  to el0 any tlnng Tlie ICing thci visited I he eotlage hjnisili, stlyv the  you lh and e'xpnssjd his elrep s.vni-  pathv fm  lum  Then ho lolel Alls Deuiald thai the  11UIS1J yyho had al tended him thiough  his ��������� ci ions opeialioii and 1 Hue- -. v.as  slill with him, und lh-.1 lo v o'lld  'ind hei ev(i> duv lo ilii's tne s0n s  wounds and make I11111 (oiutorlabl(*,  also lint a water bid would be *<'nt  flora I'.aliiioinl Caslle Ifo m'dcJ  that if hi������ could suggest vnyUiuig  to plcnso ho son il would be euie-  fully attended lo   V-   BONIIWCD'S rAUADISn..  Pinila Aioiias, In Chili, enjoys pei-  hapa a groatct number of vanous  public houses than anv other place of  similar si70 in the woi Id, There aic  In the town 180 hou-.es and about  1,800 inhabitants, adult and juvenile For this population thcro exists sixly-fivo public houses, 01  about one lo every Ivventy-scvon m-  habilnnto  " (.   'lhc highest niounli'in in the moon  is nl lenst ,'!5 000 feet in height,  thill is 0,000 feet luglici than Vo'int  r,veiest.  In London thcic*aicf,aioie fires on'  Satuiday thari oifsany other day in u  tho "week   --- ' -^ J"   ' * '  Whitewash  made  of^ouicklimc_and  wood-ashes     ,will������ dcsli ov moss'V , on   r '  tiles   *���������*,--    , j '  ,   ;     ' w< ff f  llie'vaiious'cotintnes'of the world " ,  usoi3i,4.00 dilfereut,kinds of postage',f  stamps-T J ," < - t-svs*'' 1**  'The  eel, has   two   separate  hearts1"  One 'boa"ts' 60,  Ihc^other^ 3 60,; tlmes  a niinuto" "4' " "-*���������  "tw  Thc Mexican* dog has no hair.,The  hot ��������� climate makes such a covei mg  superfluous.^    * . .  v*.-'  Ono thousand tons ,of soot settle  monthly within tho 118 square miles  of London1'   - - .    ������  si Forty-four muscles arc culled into  play in thc pioduction of the human voice *^ ' <- ,  Somo of the insuiance* companies  01 Pai is reiusc to insure people who  dvc their hair -  .  Boiling meat is'loss wasteful than  baking, and baking less wasteful  than roasting  - Gieat' Britain has 1,931,000, domestic seivants,     earning ������68,500,-  000 pei  annum ' .  1 In London each day 400 children  are boi n, and 2-50 cntei srhool - for  tho itrst tunc . 1   ,    ' 'i  Silk is coreiCeicd unclean by tho  "VIohammedan.s, because it is thc product 01 a worm '  The smallest fcone 111 tho human  body is in the lenticulai, scaled in  the human eai. ���������>  fThc ants of South -Yiiienca havo  been know 11 to construct a tunnel  thiec miles in length    '  _  Biead as a daily aiticle of food  is used by only about one-third of  thc'population of the earth1  There is no case on recoi a of a  man having committed a crime with  a pipe 01  cigai   111 his mouthy  To drink _swc-et milk after "eating;  onions will purify the hieath "set  that no odour will (icmaiu    -   ."  To prcvont stockings wealing at,  the heels, lire the backs of shoe's  with a r*iccc of black velvet ,  The 1 cost of filing a single shot?  fiom a 16-inch gun. would pay ' a  private soldier for fivo ycais  The standai d of height in tho  Bntish Aimy is gnuter than 111 any  other army in the woi Id.  Thc loat 01 a waterfall is produced almost cntiiely by the bursting of nuli'ons of air-bubbles  More steel is used 111 the manu-  facltno of pons than in all the sword  and gun factoi ies m the woi Id  The average fiench person uses G  pounds of sonp 1.1 a veal Thc average English pei son uses 10 pounds.  Pnsoncis when anested in Morocco aic icqiiircd to pav thc police���������  man foi his uoublc in tal.irg them  to gaol  \itisiiiooii's gcncially corsist of 90  pci cent watei, bul tlie 1 camming  10 pei cent is moio nuti ilious than  bread    '������������������  Eaeli yem about ������10,000 is expended in spi inkling ll.c sticets of  London with sand, to pi event hoi ses  Horn slipping  So diiflicult is the ait of tutting  gloves that most of thc pi mcipal  eutteis aie known 111 the trade by,  name and by fame  'ihe diiTeienco between a planet  and a slat is this A star shines by  its own light, a jilaiiet by light 10-  f'ectctl by another  body  ��������� Inp.ineso lioi isIs have sucxecded in  cultivating a lose which looks red  ui the sunlight and while in the  shade  'Ihe guelTe, aimadiilo, and porcupine have ro vocal coids and aio,  tho clore, mute Whales end sei-  pents aic also voiceless  When a Hussmn family moves, it  is the custjin to cany the fiic from  the health nt the old house ia a  cie>"-eei  vessel  to the new   1 csidonce.  Iu the Belgian Parliament, when  a ineml er is milking a long speecii/  he liiav be stijiplKd villi biandy*  ...rd-,'.alei at the Covei iniieiit c\*  licr.se  I)i nearly every stiect in Jaoaneso  cities is a public oven, when) for a,  small fee housewives may have their  dinners and suppeis cooked for,  them. ,    -   ^  ",  MONOGRAMS ON PEACHES.  At a largo dinner party given in  Londoji tho peaches placed pii Unx  tabic bOrc tho monogram of their  owner tiaccJ distinctly in tho velvety bloom. In ordet to produce  this unicpic effort, lcttcis weic cut  j'i 0111 paper and ,onstr*d on thc peaches  while glowing iWhcn the fruit, wci3  npe, on lemoving tlvo paper lelteid  Ihe monogi 0111s were found picked  out 111 most elelicato gicen, Iho losti  ot iho fiuit "being rory pad deey  hutd.  J .  -. m?rM  ..  \Jif4'A   1  -ffy"  .- y isf> ^ Jf.  '- ft  '1       r  ^ *  -.,      ' J   ' O   1,   <*  yr,"  4~   , - -a-rr -,;���������*���������>-  *���������   / *        ,"  .-.  -   " '  "-"*   v-i  -rt \  ���������i *  'ff ( '  C  j .������>"  c   t  se  i ���������  99 ,,  YC  -e^@&3Q^&ges^������ggosgg������cs<58������sc&s3^^-so9eesggg'aag������������sQQg  -/��������� fk.  ft. r  < I  or blindfold! on the brink  , of precipices:*���������^^^  O     ���������   '"    _, '      fj , ' T ������  y .  i-O  s i '  .  CHAPTER  ] V--ContiiHied  ,  ' * i  .    "(di, it isn't that, but"gel the boj.-.  In dt once"  he said      - '    ,.  tVrv i well     sir " ' 1   closed  . my  '     fcooke  .fnd went to find lho,bov,s, my  1     -ma.stei-.iadvar.cr.ig   in   the   same   ' diiection, that ho should not lose sight  '   of rae      I lelt that nom thr.t   'mo-  mat  a co'i-tant watch would  be set  p   tipoifme       ' ' ,,  ,������'l  led  the  bovs into  tlie house and  up'into  thc  schoolioom       But     the  t jii.ivi-i  that was in'm.Vtihcai t and on  "   'my 1 ti'/was not in unison with Unit  ���������winti" 'ounded upon mv e'ai s     1 was  "pia.vnio to e   "ape from that  dicadful  -   hou'e      I  had      taken  the'despei.itc  '   "S eolation thatT  would not pass any  '\f other night i unc.il'i  the ) oof     k  -*-"-'The  bovs      weic  dismissed  to'bed  half  an  hour eail'ci   than   usual       1  was going ddwi'Ao thc'kilchcn when  "Hi    Poilei  slopped .me ���������  y -" " "1 vc somes* woi Is     foi   vou    Silas  Fold  and^pul tht^e   Hauls  into     envelopes,  and      dneet them,   I'll'give  jou      the     list'of names    , Yon can  '     eai.y  pen      and ink,  and  voui   desk",  '    ..    into' voui   own mom,  -and do  them  there "    '        ,        *  Hi*      gave      n.e 'a  pile  oi   papeis,  "    t.whit1"- I  c.u iicdv into  my loom,, and  -then, fetched      the, desk  and  wi-ling  matc'ials,  lie  wattlung me   Ul      the  ,   - iim.-     1 'vent in,  and shut the dooi,  -   ���������  Uien   I  heaiefhini  vv ilk, awav     I    did  not  touch     mv  woik,  bvt sat down  upon  lbe side oi  the bed,  and  Uled  Ho 'think'how   I   could get  awav      I  had no money ��������� I-knew nothing    of  ihe loads, but betto, to sl.uve,     to  iho under a hedge    than  leinain     n^  i' that  mans  powei        li  1   eould  only'  ,    '   got live ininules'   talk  with Mai Ilia,  ,.,    bhc'wou-d iielp ine���������would g've no a  '    "liltlet' inonev��������� would    peih.ips  diicct,  cine vvleie to go      1   foimed no^plan  "{ as, to wii.it 1  should (io when I   had  east nivsclf upon the woi id, not oven  x,        as  to     vvhithci, I ' should   go       "All  "'    loaiK^.uc    alike to me,"  T  thought,,  hilleiiv      ' I shall find no  mend   at  '(the cnd'oi  anj   of them"  'Afloi   f' Uriel    sat    thus'medicating  - fo>   about ten minutes  1   began    my  ���������Jvvoik    foi   1-  thought, ���������'li  liovtoines  -.      heie "again   and finds thai I have not  '      tlore  them,   he will   be  moie((suspic-  101I-. Uian eviii   '    1 vuolc vciv quickly,  a.id.in   less than  an  Loin   J * h id  lii'ished mv task      1 opened thc dooi  and  as quietly     as 1  coulel   without  an  appenance  oi   stcillh,   descended  Hu   stans,   iioping  lei  leaeh   lhc  kitchen unabsolved  r,ul niv  niasici   was vvattliing    too  ���������   vigilamlv   lie came out of llie pinlui  -   a,  I   icached  thc landing plate  What do you want cieepnii, about  the house at this time oi night"' he  asked    shaiplv  ' I vvasgoin.; down into  the kitchen  i��������� go    i  glass in   vva lei,     I   lnswji-  --       u, \  liave Jini-hi d in������   woik  ' Yem  can   go  into  my   loom     nnd  get vvatci    ai'd thei-  go   to  bed  Without   mswei.ng him    I lt-mounl-  nnel ho.ud   hnn     fol-  tho key' ui the lock,   llicn,,click1  The  kev was tin ncdl        *��������� i>  i\7ly last hope vvas gone 1 was  powcilf'S", helpless, & pnsonci utlet-  ly at, the moicv oi, this man , I  s'pi.ing out of bed, J so.uthoiMoi a  malch���������thoio wns not one'in the  room ', 1 diovv up mv blind, but ihe  night was mooniess nnd e loudv I  opened my window and looked out  All was donthlv still, not a leal  liisllt'd ,notaiayol light aiii-  vvheie, naughts but black shadows  sun ounded me ^Vvwis looking elown  upon a gulf to. vvlueli 111010' <=temod  no bottom * , '  Once, in mv despci.ilion 3 half ie-  solved lo cast mvscli out, but thc  depths looked too avviul J closed  the window again,'lest tho temptation should bo loo powciful to 10-  sist Bathed in peispiiation, yet  shivenng wuh cold, ulleily .pios-  lialod by the blooding honoi lh.it  was upon me, 1 thfew invselfBupon  thc bed, and wailed mv'fato  ,      ('1 ei Be Conlimied)  ,    "BLAZED!'   TREES  What ,Was      Meant  By  It  i.i   the  Eaily Days ,  In e.iilui davs,' yvhen laigc poi-  lions of the coimliy vveie* covei ed  wilh foiesls and theic wcicuew  ioaeis, li ivet v ���������s oiten possible only  by wav of p.al s' bla/ed" tlirough  the woods 'lo blare, as eveiy  woodsman knows, is to slnke olf a  chip noni the sides of Ueo>, so that  the line of linn i*s shall indicate the  du cell on   of  Uic   nail  in biasing foi .i path, suinll decs  vveie m.iTkod, but m blazing 101 tho  bounds ol a lot oi town, oi loi a  faun line, Imgci decs vveie usually  selcilod, the blaze iiomg made about  bicast-hn,h When, hovvevei, as was  often the cn'-e,l���������lhc blazing v.as,done  in vvmtci, on deep slow, by men  tiavclling on --nowshces, Iho m.nk  was iieeessanlv lnghei, up 'When  such a line is tiavtiled in the sum-  Hiei, especially , aiiei some vc.ut,  dm ing 'wlin h tie dees hive giown  the niaiks an- sometimes Kiund high  up oiiuhe tiinks and aie likelv io  escape thc'pvc ol the mexpei icnccd  As iiLinv ei) I hem vv illt also, be p.n-  lially oveigiown the task o^"* the  stuvevoi who goes ovei one ol (hese  old lines is not alnavs eas\  Ji llie boindaiv lino rnsses *lo thc  leil nl a dee se'eeted loi blazine-  the cut is made upon the light  side l li the line goe^ to Ihe light,  lhc tiee is blazed upon thOrlefl sine  In minimi*, a loiindaiy at a eoi-  ne , when two lines (nine luge thei,  iilhci a 'li'oiiumeiil" l* eiccled���������a  stake suppoi led b\ huh boulekis���������oi  a tiee is blazed o'l all loi i sides lo  indicate a' neaih as [i*-sble the  tin inng-point oi the line  'Ihe pe inionencv oi the ie oi d made  Iv bla mg l-e^s is eiiiilc 11 m.ii k.ihle  It is a inaltci oi laet thai in m.iiiv  cases ol elispiiied"liiies en boundai ics  if die. stans and heaid lum loi-',, loL^ ,,, ,,,UM ]j���������(j. the com Is  lowing me 1 went into his loom l1]q%l. hti\A t|10 ,(.,0k1 ,,i Un bl.ues as  and di.'iik a glass cM^w.tlei nn J , suflicicnf and lelialili vvheio t.ue-  wns icaliv paiehcd v.illi tho t Whih ,���������i]v ittested lille-doei's hnvi been  1 was theie r henid him ascend the | SLl ,,bl(i0 q if0* w ot jui ol a blazed  beeonth ilight of slaiis and go into m,, ������������������,,,-,, ,��������� cl out novel -o eom-  my loom       As ]  leached  Uic dooi     I    ,,]eiolv   th it   the   st ai   nnv   not       be-  ^���������^���������^���������-^���������^���������������'^^^���������^���������^���������^O^ &  ������>  -*<S>  7������"  ���������>-������<J"������^<S ������������������=0-������0^>0^<5><S:<{'<S;*<S'0������'  C'ai'lo tht^ cast, wheic'Iho sun  comes ,iip,' , vveie lbe eives of the  wolves " To them ' went Wolt-man  when the miov s fell and the vvalei'  fioz.c and ill the dee-, vveie ba'ic and  the pi an ics vveie whiti JI was  W'oli-inan who, , when llie le..ves  broke out on the willows loaded lus  canoe vvitli tlie pelts eif the giav 'snow  wolf and the li opines of thc foi est  and g'ldoi1 nn away down thiough  the -.hades or the eottonvvoods'' and  past the It.ills, mnil at1 last he came  to the Mississippi, and then 'lo the  giov(s of live oaks, with then in.ui-  lols of, moss waving in the wind, the  mission rhou'c with its white walls,  the lollies, ,, withrlhe gulf bevond  spai Kline, and" Hashing in the sun  Onte when W'oli-ni ui came fiom Iho,  south he >lop]iod ,1ns canoe lieioie  the vvi'vvam vv hoi e a joimg woman  liven lie looked upon hei and seiVT  she w is comely,a id ho s.iv hei wig ,  warn vv.,-, eleaii) and (ho fish upon a'  vveie di* as" ,yvas tho buffalo meal  dangling, iioirt I lie pole ovei ^ihe  smoking. In e Or r i  Wolf-man  stepped  into the shallow  watei      aiid ~ pulled  h's*taiioc     high  upon  (ho     shoie.j   Jii" the,,boat , ofe  batk tv.ts a sniil!  bundle vvi ipped  in'  fin     , J ic      took    'lie package,   inJ,  walking to  the dooi   oi  the vvig-v.-m,  tossed "it mlo Uic lap of the maidcp  ���������Ihei'eupon she looked  upland smiled  calmly into his ev es^  'Tis 'loi   vou      We.u   it '.'  Non c���������fci   1 t-i   n.inio  was Nome,���������  untic'i      the      ])aek ige    and  lound   i  the piecipiec 'and shot down the face  eif thc ^luil with all the liilhlessnoss  of fate ,, ' i.i'.  i i i  And  he    lay     tbeie       The  snows  built a mound ovei hnn ui'lhc wind  s nig a dngembove him **llis place  by Konitr"^' s1(|c v'ns vac ml "Two  days passed and Wolf-man came not  Vonie's (loot was eiaikcned by a  shadow and Ufreeda looked in.^ He  saw the vomiiii antl lie he.ud her  civ lie tinned and walked by the  side of the stieiim to wheic the hills  bicnk away is nnd lose tl'cii'salves in  tho pi .lines Thcic he stped and  gazed up and elown He went 1o-  waiel them and on thiough the deep  , unlit he e-ame lo the base of  the lock wheic lbe stones tin list up  then fnigei . and tno p itches of white  jlav deep .-ind haid'upon the giound.  With his hands Uficed.i dug the snow  from a ii'clming foi m And with the*  motion by which a nun swings1, to  in* shoulelcis a lallen'deei, ihe bociy  of Wolf-man  was  lilted   li om     wheic  vv.nel tin villain* and hutiied , with  lus bin dm lo the wigwam of Nome  Upon a couch of woli iobes_ Uficeda  laid'h'S itval, lool ed and'saw 'tne  color come back lo Woli-i.i.m's fa(c.  foil ol the liifh check ben es" and knew"'  the C11CIIU.111C0 ol  whitli they   Iold.  So he Jell  Nome   ,  <       '  Bv and by sn* ing eaiee Anil tl  tho side of Woir-nia.ii snl Ufreeda  vvnilo behind Ihein in Uie vvigy.am  pa'scd  baek  .mil  fen lh  the loi in     or  Nome - .j  'I iiev (ell "this sl'oiv on the banVs  ol Uk   Totawatoiniu    ,  ��������� *ry  GOAL lIJOEmiOAUADi,  BELT OF BITUMINOUS EXPLOE-  EES HAVE SAMPLED.  Can  <  THE.DEUBS 0? Tffl'OlffiHT  i'-  and tie-a in I issue p ipei " \ look oi  suipnse svt.pt ieir--> Nome's fate as  fuc sncc; s alu ough the eh v glass ol  the inaii ic vvh't n the thought is on  In hei Ian la.' a, Uu jiji with a shining sice1 unlet aiid'glass edgt-s She  pi es-c.l iho oini.noiit against hei  tin oat and thiev h.u k hei headland  hei ana t'l.'t Woll-m.in.might svu  anirtli.it Wob-ui.in might  admin-  Wolf-man w.'S sHisIiod So lie  l cached into Ui" pot1 tint -vviiug  above ' the h.i'i-biiincd log to Uie  bi oil) 6f buii.-ilo meal When he'fir-  isbed he left Uie wigw t.n and on lus  way, to the uvei and his emtio'  blushed by Uiieetl.i the lellei "01  stones -.'ow [ dice lav as the dandy oi the v'lllagt- vviin the feat hoi of  an'eaelc in his, ban .vd lhc scalp of  an eiiimv at' his helf 'J'lie'e ne-voi  was,a i,.ilhciing bul Iluccda v.as  U-eie' His stone-, wont up among  Uic -yoi'ii" people as the -.ninl e Horn  then pipes an-' the ei iors( ti om iljicn  po.v-vvovvs Hi-, songs weio sweet  md his wok's vvi-e Oi ,ve as he Iold  of lhc .-cis oi ins 'litestoi , m battle        ������ " .     .  Unee(1.'"ucnt lus Ik ed bene ilh ,lhc  fnnge'oi leatl.ei above "the doeu ol  Nome s v igv.a n -nd s w, the maiden sitting mil loo1-"*; al the icwel  in  hoi    b it,d She      did not he.u  Uneo'l.-i       NT"      so-ino  1111110  to     hi 1 I  eais but   tho hollow'echo of tho boat I  as Woli-i'Mii pus'iel awav, fiom    the]  bank      She s.iv.  nolliing of lhc hma-i  some loi .-I beloie In 1���������onlv the sloa-  dv   eves .of  Wolffian   as  lie  di opped  the  bioi-ch   in  he-i   lap      So  Ulioeda  Im nod awav v ithoiil look o. ill lunn-  |oi 01 i issatisiatlion lot Ufiot.I-i  v as an lum in uid thnigs thai  would (li'iiu,e lhc live, of some fell  upon hiin a* a liice/e frills upon the  lace 01 the 1-iiul I'.necd.i left ������-il-,j  ently-   s lit   h.nl co*-K  1 iho 1 ivei   eame into the  I Uie pin*  vvhe-i-- he had  stood       'I no i  jiotlonweod        shook      linn      leaves  QUEEE.     REMEDIES   USED 4   BY  ,    )      THE  CHINESE'       U?  "       , 1    '���������  Povvclei    Tioni     a  Spotted Pviuno-  eeros  Horn ���������Tluoe Tigci  ���������* ? ,  , Hemedies  -At"any Chinese diug stoic* y01, can  buy toi"25 cents uu> asvoi tnicnt ol  dncd hcil's, insects and olhe-i vv^end  things tomi osnif, a pieseiiption  that, it is slated, will cine'the ailments of oidinaiy people, but when  il comes to tne sickness of a^weal-  Ihv Chinaman, then theic aio (bugs  which aie as high pneod .us then  lopi'ted medicinal in lues  ' 1 11st 111 ihe list of these* soveieign  ji_  4,  Be'Mined    and!/ Transpoit-^  eel   at Reasonable"      ,  ��������� '" .* Hates' '    ^  '  '' '     j-       * *��������� ��������� 1  '"llieic is a belt 01 bituminous coal  in thc'Canadinn Aicde 4 Tho sui face  indications cinp up ,fr*e>ui WA lo. 165  degiees west Joneitude, ..nil 11 om 09  lo SI 1101 lh, 1 mining'in a noi Iheasl-  ci ly duoclion'. 'simil.u to the , (oai  aie.t in ('Cape 'llielon The di ift is  about 3,000 miles long, eommenenig  from Kot-zebue Sound on tne 111.1111  land of Alaska '" aifd lppcai ingi next  at Coivin eoal mine'and MJhelis  coal mine, Horn v-lieie the gcihl mines  at Capo Nome, Alask -, leeeive Uien  co.il supplies " "    ' ,       *  So s,,jS Capt Benuei, the next  and, bust fitted asputuit for the  Ninth Pole , Take a map of��������� Noi lh  Amonea ,\nd look al the .uelupelago  no'lli > and west of Hudson's Bay  Heie is the,- old franklin 'stamping  gion.el and ^ in Uie mazes of these  Islands,ho losl.lhc'Xoi Ihwcd. passage TMov to.il dip^iuns iiom^ihpi  mainland 1101 Iheast tin ough'these islands    ,.  f    ^        ,        ,,     ;    -  ,     HE BIjHNEI? THE COAL    },'__  At Meiey ltiy, 500 ifnles 1101 th of  Gieat Slave Lal.e.J in. the 'Noithwcsl  Tomtoms, .Mi C'luie^'tlie Aiclie *cx-  ploiei,'' vvnileied iii'";lb52,'������'."'!,- .111 d^  ,'51 and bui nl_ Canadian'coal at Ins  vvinlei   qu.ii tcis', . " i  ''Othei explene-s have lepoitcd it al  five othei 'plates,on this san s"noi th-  vvoslftie.'d thiough the islands Melville Island, Biyan M.utin Island,  and Ralhiusl Island aie,all known  to'conl.un eo.il On'Ui umoll" Land  c.ubon only has been nspoit.ciifS-'biil  on Ninth* C01 nn all, >75 miles due  1101 lh, eoal eiops out again, though  heie evidently of a^ilioiciilNiiv Following the clnoctiou of this" laliei  diift/howcvei, we find that S11 Geo  Noil's ship IhclJi'eoveiv, found  eoal on f.odv f-'ionklin llay, Oiout  Land in 1S7S-'), vvhieh wns aftei-  w aids'noted-' 111 Uie same noighboi-  hood bvk Alaici * Cieely,"1881-8.1  I'i0111 Ui"anl land iteiossos lo  Ciicciiland, vvheio Tcaiv's now ic-  poil, soon 1 lo be issued, possibly  daces its continuation   * 1 (  Amoiiean vhaleis eveiy veaiyiil-  ling , out ti ftoin San Fi.m-  ciseo  on      the P.Kificennd  New   Beel-  lemcdies; is  the povvdei   made     liom   fol d on t,*,c Atlantic, fish 111 the Can  a spoiled ninioee. os hoi n , An 01-  dmaiv irhmoeeios I10111 is sold to bo  le*s. eirieaeiois the ' spotted v.nielv  is ,a wjiiideiiul -��������� ime^loi iiitojiinal  disoidei's 'llitse hoins, wind, il is  satislactoiv to Icain, come chiefh  i'oni somo oy tno nveis of the  T-lnlippnrs. biing'as high as 'J50  cath 111 ill e Smgipoie- Cliuii-so thug  iniiikct In lhc old Iap.1nese5Ph.1-  iraeopo a Ihey v.eic catalogued as  'unieoin hoi 11, at least that is  what then u'.icoi.is' horn is supposed (o hayt H-Lcs.ii ,  Next to spotted ilm.eeties .eiiiue  llie tin ce ngei lemedies���������the eyeball,  the livi and U.e blood Jt may be  imagined, ligei eyeball 1.111 onlv be  pies'-nbcd ten tho exceedingly wealthy, but it is Innilv believed _ llieio  is 10 dise.'-e it,will 1111L cult 'Ihe  dgei livei v hen e'l 11 d and icdi.ecd  to a powdei, is woi Hi its weigh! in  gold all oici ihe Oi lent Tigoi  blood, when cv.ipoiatid lo a'l'sedi-  inent at a tempeialiuc 01 JI" de-  Igices and lal en 111 the mini "l a  I povvdei is behaved .by all Asialus  ' to   be   the   best   tome   known'.  md  The view   01 j inaKc  tl ime win 101   mil oi   ihe   Svenliup did  v.igvam pist I Hiost chltkl>11_,lllU,el|  ���������I itMSuVvfinLi^s  met lum coienig out witii ihe envelopes ni.his hand J wished lum  good-night,      but  he did  not .inswi 1  |UUtei   > VII     LV Hit, ���������������������!.��������� J.1IT .*i^. fl  leadily io.f)jiii7Ctl by  the ox.pt 1 iciv-id  woodsman     bente it lollows 1 iiat so  j---,         ---                                  'long as   the-  blaze-el   dee  escapes   Ine  me      1   watched lum  ovei   the bains- 1 <UJtl Ul(!   ,x  c���������   lhc   jumbeimun        so  teis    heaiel   him  pass along  the- l>.is-!)0���������A ]L lnlu>lli, n   nuhliil moid    01  sage    lock   the  stieet  dooi     lahi   out j , j,, | ���������c ,,s  suivevcd      It      will   not  the  kev,  and   thei  ii*-eiilei   lie    p.n  loi  'nbtAe   tin    Hails    nigged   and       law  I from 1 nn*    1U11I   ill  vtnl   as    befoio  K'.imo   thnw   b.ik   fiutliei   the     hide  lot  the deoi-flap and  stood bcioie Uie |  linnge      ni      'he    bison  and  watched  In   dospeinlc     cn'os,   when   neiihei  s] etted      ihinoceios   loin   1101    ngoi  jovcb.ill      a'loids  leliol       U'-   l.lnnese  ])hvsiei.u.s   pi������.sii.le   wi ot   is   kiown  os  a     11..110011    'i his  is  a   compound  1 mn .1 pn-oiifi I thiiinjil  "nnd he- ivill lake good tale lh, t 1  have nei ednim-H'ication Willi M 11-  Uia "  Si.ddciilv  a   thought si nick  me    \s  soon  .es all  wcie   abed    I   would  11. -T ,   ���������  'up tu  the bn.vs'  10011 ��������� thev in^hlt.]l(  ��������� tl  be   isleep    and  not  '"Mi   me    and'  be   noi   will   .11 gun cut  1101   (ni's-i-*-  ,1111111.ition lefute ils  u-stimonv  Ilia'ed   decs  also   ',\ tlates  almost  ,ts       i-eiuatelv  ���������  (is       tliey    juosoive  boiiuil ii it's     'J he      on If 1   shell   vvhieli  I has  elown      ovei     I lie  sen    is      cut  j awav     and     the  1 ings   in   the     miod  In bt .till the balk tesl ifv  le    the intir-  e,f   ycais       vbith   h.i>e  elapsed  'the .-tienti       \nd    tbeie she     stood j  J w lien die shadov s lene'thened and tin- j  Iwild   bees   had   dioiud   .111 'v   to   Uien  Ihoiue- in the liollow   lii'i s       D.'ikness  icame ovei   ihe laud anel toveie  if (iiev should    I  did not   believe  lliat1  Ui.-v   would   b> tiav   me'       I   h.u'      il-I  w.ivv b, m  .es kind  lo tin 111   ���������������������������.  1 hull  t'aitel     shielded      them  fiom   ijuiiisIi-  jnent   w'ifii   1   was  .,1,1.    .'.nil   I   he.liov-  ed 1I1.il Uk.v  likctt me  I   f.-ll  i.iicvvtl   coulideiiti   aflei   Uus  1 bought,   anel   w.uteel   aiixiousl.v     hut  jpnotlv     fin   lbe sound   en   "Ml     I'm loi  anil in- dnighler eomiiig i.p-stuis- 10 j  -pee! *I  li.itl  bellti   lock  mv   eleie  J   thought  sunt' llie* blaze vvas made  1 yillagc  j Pie  eaii'.'  tiPtk'd  1ol   the  1 wai-i  th trloopi  -it   il.iei.  01  giound  peails and  othei   pietimis  stones,   winch      it  is held      that 110-  illnng   but      Uie   milign   uifiuo.iice   01  |soiti(    powotiul      ('evil un ov 01 tome  ���������'.'"f'jA   mtjoon,   of   eouise,   is   lugl'-pi l( cd  15 I medicine    bit  11   has  i.illen  a     good  Mill'I vOI  ���������.ilh       iho    mghliii'l  111   the* elist.iiie c       The  liver   iippled   p..st   ti e  .Non e  .111.I   .It   lh(   "������*ft  N'oiiio  ad 1.111 Aielit, 1101 Ui and east 01 Uie  mouth of, the Jlatl enzie Then  tiews bum eoal Horn tho same vein  New Ucc'roid - and Gloucostci fishei-  uieii eatrii Canadian .halibut 111 U10  Hudson s Bay, and bum Canadian  coal Now B dfuid- vvhalois Wmtoi  in 1 ox ' Channel, loaeling���������up wilh  Canadian whale blubbei, and���������hiun-  nig^ Canadian "coal sr-  PLENTY FOJl  CAN \ DA --  Wei dwell heie. at llie''head oi tho  lakes' in the basin of the St Lavv-  lenee and a11l.uouud us lies wealth  we know nothing about We giovv  weak nnd dependent upon ' .invthoi,  country loi eoal, a iiecessilj 01 liie  foi hall Iho yeai while 0111 .own tei-  ntoiv east, west, and 1101 Ihf holds  eoal in abundanec Alio.idv 101-  eigneis aie el unnng the Aictit Islands 'I hose lo tho noi th ol Canada though abut!nn, dnectlv on  om 1111111 coast aie noi, Captain  Benin 1 s(ivs on the ofl.eial Oo-  miiiion maps evin 'Ihe Inst mm  with a Dig lh it goes up thei 0 might  claim the whole an lnpelago \s  w iti) J 500 miles of  new (Oast tins veai It is lime il  would seem, in look l.uthoi 1101 Ui ol  us than the pulpwood ol the Height  of Laud '     -  Coal can be mined in Iho At (tic as  veil as gold It is as waim undei-  ground in (Jape Nome as il is in  Pennsylvania Vessels navigate tho  'noithein sounds and hoi lis in -eaieh  ot while and seal, anel 111 tin* sei-  viee or the Hudson's lUx Company  Coal toii'd bo lianspoitfd in slops  to Foil Chi ut hill, 111 Hudson's Uav  al the mouth 01 the Nelson A mil-  w iv is alitadv, though vaguely, pi������-  siis- , leeled to exiend lo Jlou'ti f.ietoiv  .lames' Hiv. 110111 -Noi lb Bav, on  Lake .Nipissiiig    ''.*     '" "     ���������     -. *  MUTTON :i'R0I COLONIES;'  PP^EFESENTIAL     (ENACTMENT^  1 MADE ,T00 HA.STILY; s    ,\  f���������   1   '  1 *    - '������    ���������  Britain    Cannot   Get  Supply,-   for  . 'the Army   Fiom .    ",  L - ���������*     I A 1 , 4  , Australia.       ,        *  ( t '  A'rlainc is to 1 bo niisci led 111    fu-'  lino, aimy oonli acts 'to the olicct  that the frozen mullon-supplicd to  oui soldiois must be fiom ,Di,ilish  colonies oxclusivelv, says a London  lctlci In tiio,. natuial oidti of  tilings this would c'omo into foi co  011 and aftei Novcmbei .1( next,,-and  the stipulation, il may be said, ic-  fei ,0 1 to1 tho United Kingdom only  But now Pall JVlall finds that in pi o-  mulg.ttmg (i this, piufeicnti.tl enactment, in favoi 01 the colonies it has  been letuig jtoo hastily,'that owing  to the eeonomu. eonsideialions *it  nuiv have ��������� lo1 leveis'e/ils^decision  Phis is duo to-tlie dis.asdoas di ought  vviui h has deeimnted itlie docks and  bonis eif Austialin, , the elie-tl of  which life Wai'*.Ofi"icc ovei looked  when naming ils eoiitiaels foi- the  ensuing vem *AI j)ie-sent the sold-  len's moat 1 alio 11 111 llie United Kingdom consists of honiebiod b'ef . and  frozen mutton, the weekly, supply being m lhc piopoition of about five-  of beef to two 01 million      **  Austi.tla'iia'an'b ihe Aigenline ai"e  the jiniieipaf souitts foi supplies" of.-  fidzcif mull em The* meat obtained  from both countries is of,pt 11110 qual-  il-y, especi.iliy that coming from New  Zeial intf Hithcilo r Jjotlneoiiiane*  have competed foil .1 moie 01 less  cijii.il looting as fajasi.nmy eon-  dads' aio eOneei neil' and ihe,. L W.i 1  Ofiice'-lias'obtanieilliLS mutton a I a  model aio puce, ^fri doleimiiiiiig 10  Cveluil^J ,ioie>igi'k supplies the aulhoT1  1 tics     vveie     actuated  bv no hostile  spoil -,"*,������    11 ,  The objeil'wns ineiclv  to -givc,,"n  definite'    ]iiefeieiiee to  the Auslinln (  sian mutton"     Bul   t'10 di ought *   in  Aiis-li.ilasia    -*l)as  upsolpllio  (tovein-  ir.eiit'ealeiiJadon?     Then* is a      '  D1C MM 11   Of  Ml''AT,  r  supplies 111 the Austi al 1.111' home, inai-  kel, and loc il pneos have advaneed  (onsitle-iablv To niocU tins se.ueitv,  huge shipments ol Now Zealand  mult'on have been sent lo Ausli.ili.i  wuthin the 'past few- inonMis -The  shoil.ige-iin''Austialian supjilios,* and  the demand * in.ulo by the 'Common;  weal Ui upon Uie lesoiuies ot New  Zealand, have leaclod upon lhe,Aus-  ti.tlasion * ejpoitr liadc. bunging  about .in advance'in pi lies >y  Now tiio Win1" Office finds itseli 111  ii'quaml.uv' To iioisi4������in its ' 111-  Icnlio-i of lecding Ihe Bnlisli 'old-  iei on'^Biitish colonial Tmutlon Mo  tho ex, liision of Iho foieign m title,  iiic.i]is*"thit il will bo asked lo pe������v  101^ its* p..liiotis)ii io the exienl of  about twentv pel cent 1 iltlo won-  dm ," 1 hen tli.it the clnW stands an  cxeollcnl chance of being 1 nsl aside  Whilst .111x1011- lo favoi Biidsh eol-  0111 il l.uincis, fall Mall hesitates lo  do*"it" at the expense 01 die Biidsh  laxp.tvci 'lino,     the      -Vusli than  eh ought has now hi oken and 1 un  has.fallen ,11101c 01 loss plentifully in  scvcioi sl.ids oi Iho Commonwealth  Bill the oxpoits s.iv that Uie h.u 111  is alio.idv done and U1.1t it will be  months hemic the Ausdal isian  meat, inte Kikes a ilownwaid tendency" In (ho meant lino lhc annv  must have lis million As (lie meal  eondaiU aie 1ei unliable eveiy m-^  moi-lhs then- is evuy possibility as  was as'"Ci lamed iceentlv of the .111-  U101 ities oliininating, foi the ensuing hali-yoai ai nil events Iho L5i 1-  tisli-CoIouial piclcionli.il clause ll  ni.iv be - mentioned ' thai tho gain-  sons'at M.illa'.ind Cibmllai obtain  (hen meat (beef and mutton) clucllv  from Ausli.il.isia, while undei tho  picsenl .South (\tiic.m eonliael,  vvhieh oxpnos oii'JIaieh HI next, .1  piefeienec is i^ivon lo Ausd al isi.tn  meat,  piovided  it can  be oblanieil  ?-  IE lEERlVOLDilMLAro"  p     w      1       '-.-'''    . _ ^  NEWS. BY ^MAIL-ABOUT-J OI-IN''     '"* ijM ,  ",   j    BULL AND HIS'PEOPLE. lil?  /' -��������� ' I"    '     -������������������������*  Occturences    111    the (lLand ^That  , Keigns Supreme m(the Com-'",    a  * t." '",.    meicial Wo"ild.'' '" '  'Tlie death   ,ris aniioiuiicd of   ' Mr  Goo    Onlziel,   the  famous, vvooei     cn-  giavto, 111 his Sblh JO.n.j    '"     ,,,    ',-' "  'in tho com so 01 a few bonis    last   |  mouth tliOj Commons sanctioned .  an    _  expendiliue of over   U.JO.000,000     [(  1 Mr.  Jviidjaid'.Kipling will, be'ine-'   \  sent al the coi oii.ttiomeeioinonies at    '  Delhi  on Jnii"������tst    He will leave 101  India 111 NoveinLci   " ',,",/  'J'he  bodv  01   fioii  Aichei,, the  fa-    (  mous English loekey, is buiied within  200'vaids    of,'tho winning 'post    '  foi   IheYCanibndgcsliiic -y -' t, ,  'The high  allai '01   Wcslinmslei   B  C   "   Calhcdial,  london,   ywill  bo a  '  solid   block  of"i ough-hevv 11'Cornwall f  gi.mite.f weighing i20,Uons  "f      ''    n    ,  Including      'politcmdn! (  pi'cssmcn, -/t  bakeis, jiosl'il  employes and  nuiikct  pctiplc-   at  \rXm 120,000 'people*, aio    ,  vveirknig  all  night  in Loudon     t      l  ,Tho  fuiniluio      m* Wuidsoi   Castle  has had the coveis lemovecfVwhich.  used to iloak its .vanogalc'd 'beautyy    ,  j{Sn iv now 1 c seen 111 all its splon-  dOI  '     >        'i       > -Si. -n s "f   ^     i-    - * -  f  Tlio silo tof,the-oldrSuiicy Clinpcl*, ^  111 'Blncku 1.11s   load"  London,   which   *71  vvas.huill by Howl imljnillrUiyJ.783,   '  and-is to'bo-pulled down, is,now foi  sale      ,    ^    ',   y j*--    ->)���������*    ^  f vy*'-*''   *  > British '   mai'iufa'elineis   " .11 o   now '  pushing itlicn   goods   111' South --. Af-  nea,  pollc-iy,  fuiniLtue,  clothing and  sadelleiy,.   1 being "sent"    'out 11I4 laigo  qtiantilits    ' , ,'    , f      r  ,  The sunniesl spoti 111   tho kingdom  ���������tie  thc  Channel   Islands,  which     on-,  ioy sunshine cIiuiul, .10 9-pei, cent   of    . ,  thc'limc'tho sun  is above tlio lion-    ^  zun in the (oui'so 01  the -yeai v     /  Jn mno      wefk_hitelyl1'l  steameis  landed ,at  Livei pool'fi om   Canadian  nnd   United  Slates  polls  4,076  tattle,' 000     sheep, 71,732 sheep     un-      *  easscs,  and  d.3,7RS  epi.u tet s  ot  beef  Some   1 "chemicals     exploded  while *  Ihey weic being mi.xcd"bv Mi    T   IT  Seekef1-'.!    "volei 1n.11 y'siugeon,      at  BoiouglO    'Budge   ������'l ho  siugciy-vviis  w.eeked and Mi    Setkei   fatalb;   ^n-  juicd *    N"'        ~ii   '\     "'"  A colossal hvdiaiilic  pi ess)  one of  the  i.ugest  in  Ci oat 'Bi ilain,   ���������  and  ������.r  the   estimated ���������woighl' al .vvhieh   vyilU    .  be'-  -I'iO  Ions, is about to bevadded  to   tho    ���������'winks, ol   the (   JtUiIinglon-  foige Company   ���������    '   f       '?-���������  ,   Although, 125 veais, old, ft  -vvnlth    '.  owned   by 'a gentleman  m.Gloucos-,   *  loishu'c,still'keeps excelleni;,time   11^  vv ns w 0111 "at Ti alalgai,; dm mg,    the  Pen111sul.il       win,      at        Waleiloo       t  thiough'lhe China vvai   111JMO, mnl ���������  linallv nrUie'Iiuiinii mutlnv _  '   Iu  lining   a   man   foi   fm iousl>_i id-  in-r   .,      motoi   bicycle  the  CovendV  inagisli.ilo said   thei 0 wus  0      gieat *���������  deal ol  last ndmg in  tho eilv,  they.woio not going  to  wail  sonic one was killeel heroic  attention to  the met , )  most   I'lileiestnig   and  loinmend-  ^  IwropP'.l  m  LIVES  ON P.AW  TOOD  ONLY  Man Says He Eats Nothing Cooked,  Yet   Thi-.ves.  |}vloll      'Kiel     a   lili'/iaph   op-i .1-  toi    101   six vents has 1 \i^U d on  la.v  foml       it    is     li'fr  llieoiv   tint,     *'  (looking desliovs  Ui,- liie gc-.ms      111  I  bellti   lock  mv   eieie,.      '      1Us f,ml   ,       Ulbl(>s   ���������      >lIe���������      d(..  111 case he should    toinu jslMnq   (1|(J ���������IOI���������lUls  l01   .Un,h   they  ate  su|i|)o--ed   lo   he en leu       lie    .11-  ' ,-ues ih.it ns a  loi'-lt'il  lo" iv*i 01 coi n  1 has    lo,t     llv    cieativ.      powci .   as  shown  when   pi iei d  in   Ihe c.tith,    it  1 hen  I     When   He   I'-.ivi  f.  up   and Imil me not in bed  'ihe I'.v vvas not. 111 the lick1 li  must hive been t.ilrn out wink I  w.is g> mug that glass e,i watei ll  vv.ts. iiit'io bcioie I  yvnt dovvn-slau s  jdeal   in  U.e popul.u   e-.tim ition,    be  [t.iitse   the   Chinese-  doelois  nie  11"cf'; j peeled       01    taking   advantage   01    a  waters ,p,,L,ult,s   enlic:il   .st-.ii^-   mid   eiaitilv,  "������������������ig- isubstrtuti    a   unuiiuleiil   powdn      01  vveie   j,-,,.,,   ami   molhei o.-pe.u 1.      Jn   this  b'ai'k-ts and -lept    Viiv;5,   li10v   p(>l.iree a  h.indson 0  ehihi-  U.i-'ien yellov.   and   ������-���������."<��������� (   altributug   die   eie.Uh   uf     the  ���������U  mi,i  i'i-- Lies .it  uieiii   I! * vv.is   |,,tue:it  to  a   devil  even  n-oie  powei-  li  w. el mv in Uis Iiidiui viib.g.   .ir*i' 'fl,i   ,|w,|,  th,. maiooii     It would  seem  iNoni"  .v.is 'be hi ul*       Wolf-man was   .j)nl   tl���������,  t ftmu'-I   meilitul   ju niession  tall   ...d      siat/'lv       "l������   <>ii'i      vv. s   ,s llot .,hove* some (luctlionabli* p" .it-1... ,,.lc  ls  pi0111I of bis so-, Vol...- of in 1     bus-   lices    ,lIul   1S    ,m���������.||   ,,,   ,���������eel   of      .1!" K  bane!      ������s       Uie    vmniu    rifu   ei.i'n' d |svstom   to   gii.u.iilti e   lh(    pmil.v      ui  liiajooiis  \t *-.t to jn ite and in die 01 the  fop going itiiiedits nit' Ihe vaiiou-.  oils and fals iibiilnid liom se>-  penis 'J ne moie- dc..dl> the se-i-  fCit Lh' ruoic notenl, .ippiui nlly.  .ne   Us   ii,,-li, 111.1I   epinlilies     'lie  fa'  J.OiVG-lilSTWCK irF.VI INC.  Geimans .tie boasting that then-  is nowheie in the vvoild a building  simil.u iti Ihe one which was iceeiil  ly i i cried   1.1   I'lesdon  tu fit,nil   th  in   anel  rli.iiind   Una   pi o-  jiheci's       O.'lv   e>���������'-   o'  all   I'f      wfd-  dint-   gi f������-ls   vv ts   gbiour I frteeta's  1 laugh did no'  "bo ov--i   Un   hil1*' i*!id  'lus  vok did    nn(   miiitfli*  v.i*'i  it-  lest   in   semg,   101   dio   ni. stotv       go  niiis(       anv    1I10   h 11I   g illu i'*l 1  to  ���������il >  vv.,- u.eie- bcioie I  weni il.nvn-sl.ius  , ^ |((_t   w>   j(>> ]()0(|  ^ jUii  foi   when I  bi ought   111 ih.   desk 110111 j    Viol     u |if|     ^ lh(,  Ktvv   ,,  the     sei.oo' 00111    J   u.id  knoe-*c(    mv 1 ,\mf,,(���������   i,.,���������,s  1,1111  in  hunel      against    it       Could      I   l.av  stitick   il   out''     1       looked   tii'iully  upon  Uie fiooi    but il vvn-   noi   iheie  'Ibis  ]..-.!   1 ut uk pi   shook   mv   coiii-  nge   -evtiel-. Pf 1 h.ip-.   11 1;       vv.uil  it, t nlci my 1 noni and sinolhei mi  111 uiv s|, ,->,>' "as mv lus, thougtil  'fhe 11 J i' i'i' ml" " d that I hid hmd  mv iii.i-le*" sav Ihit lu should not  iisolvi* upon "iiy (ouis* ni 1111.111  until In had s.iiisiied liinis, li 1,1  wli.il   I   ki.ev Bul      Hi* 11       ig.iiu  ilien    was    ih.it   mv-it 1 ions   I'l.i   un  lo  ' oui'   occult powei   Un v   |.os .-' -, el  ,,r  t i>nip,*IJii*g  me   In  eliyulge      *t-i>  ilimtr   v he tin r  I   willed   ie, elo s(,   01  not Hns       Uio'i^hl.   11111.1   Us  invs-  t< 1 .     was  lb.*  -i-t>sl   1I1, idiul   ot   all  VVhi'o I Was thus ii suiv in.-: 11 mv  in nd e-vci v im.-gin iblt noi 101 I  lieaiel footsteps ei eiidi-ig lhc s(,n.  I d.uril 1101 In (..uglil viiii mn, I  pi|| e.ul in1' li���������'h* .md 101* o'l mv  bonis  and      eOat nnd   lieu   iilln|  llllo       bed I I"      fool-I ( ps   s|(i|i|ii (I  eiiusiiie mv dooi. |j in-.* d 101 s(vn il  sen oils then I lion id I In hiiinll.  1 ant ioiisIv nn mil and 1 'it'lil li'gui  1o ci.f|. ihioiigli Ihe -.lovvlv i.piiuiig  tion.        'ihe   i'.diiv    I   1 inline I   si   i|i,i  Hit,III.'lit.    I    sill,11   ,:,,*'-|   |Uil.i^';l,       I    -."I.I  not move or spi-uk, but lav' wu telling  the stream Of light grndiinlly tu'onei-  <:n. iiulil it was tliirkeiie-d by the figure of'Mry I'iirler. ' sldhdiiig upon  the threshold. , The.- i-u.vs of 'die e'nii-  d!e  fell 'upon'Iiim '  fii'i-e:   the 'blotches  Y>od So-  (Ktv ol Amende leinis bun in ido  what nt lulievi, is h-s gnat diseov-  f 1 V     III    I S'lj lie   VViis   UliMl     in       111-  y 1I11I helpless with i h-iuiia I ism and  siiliei nig 11 om ( oiisiimplioii _ I in. IK  .lu bei mn s0 ill he fniild -nl p.u-  lrtlL( oi solid lood He I ved 101  Wieks on milk .md ilu linn 01 lush  ���������inn's Sudliiilv In hog 1' to g't  ,betln Doctoi s s.tul u vv 1*. silupK  .1 lii'ipoi.uv iiainoii vvhitl' would  In* loMovvtd Iiy 1 it-lt|)H lb snick  tn lus lum ,uid milk du t 1 hoimh  ��������� mill iio pi.u 1 K.iliv was ,, will 111111  I i,< In went b.irk to inoketl lexjel-.  \l in 11 In- did the 1 hen.11 il i*-m u'Iiiiii-  tel 'I hi il lit 'If id' d 11 1,1" 1 iw  mod a I l-oi oii'-'h I1-1 .mil ll is siv  tf.ii- te,n I.i*l \fiiv suite i Im  si nlf v. h 1 I, bus b- en in 11 lu  fii -ed   lus lips  lit    evp 1 uncut uk   In    has   111 uiugcd  In    tll-.iovi-l      -i-Vi-.ll    1   1IV     ifioll      ( OI'l-  ,.,,., ,1   Inn il ions     wlinb     mil     only   do   not  lIlJH'l . 1.1 T^.J  'jlli.e I li'-       lest iv it it's  vtn       full  ,wlifn ll-' moon dioppel In-i niilis  1 of lit'li' iinong ll, li'.s r,n 1 hr '  iwesiiin noi izou mid iiioiinn," i.ire _  I A we'-k -Kill t>v Weiif-ui.in lil( '  inn. iiiiiiKoii fiiuiiel linns It nliovc >  I till    SlMMill        lh.il    v.  IS   llllllllllg      Cold,  1 and   sili 11,   in   ilu   d"'p   <hulows     ul  nie*  ion   -ie,     snow        Siuldenlv   above 1  hull       was     *,   eiv    as   Ihe   e- tgie   1 1 i.*s  win 11   10     Hoops  ten 11   on   bis  vitiiin  in   Un    1 uiiiiii.iiii     e,ni-Ci        Uolf-lmin  1 urii'il lh     saw       I me 1 ,'s     .11111  sti eight.ii  behind  a   ��������� pen   and  If.udi  tl(   wicked s|ni,'l,  of  ilu* vveipoii     ���������|S|<|J(.   , ,-.iu,    t'n.iii   lose a   nu nbe  it nil   through      lhc   an        ' fl"'''"''^ ,e .nise       the.    belie,c   Hi il       .is  ,lio(lv   pimped   afln    1 hi    spe.u       Woli-   (0ni,   lllto   ,|���������   v 01 Id  wilh   Iwo  II out ti 1 lad 01 ���������' 1 obin, npplu ti  exIti.iaiK is highly pi i/otl Tn t.isl-  eni Asia us u tine foi (hioiiK ilieu-  rii.il ism  si m.ii'M, orr i:at ion's  In   1 omit ction    .villi   Chinese   modi-  e ;,���������*,   it   may   n'tui    lo   m.inv   petiph.'  III Ibis eoiiuti . lliat lh, y have*  lai'K, il 1 vei -'en .1 otu-.iirnfd 01  0110-I1 gged f i1111.vm.111 'U.e reason  i"oi this i-. lliat all Oiicnlals hn'i*  a piofound objotlun lo suienil  (ipeiiilimi*       Indeed,   tliev    pi'in  1 i.ui   it'll   w il b   I hi  niv     lightening  and   togcdiei    th-  glnl   lo   tl.'    bunk  VV oli-  lu geis of lus em-  ibeuil      his   1.11 oat  1 till'(I    uul   Stlllg-  (,,   the   bank       li>-  1,1 I  he- ,  lh' v 1  II Ills  In this novel  111 immense "fui-  1 n.u 1. iTom wliuli lii'ut is supplied to  Uoveial public buildings in Diosden,  t mi hiding the f.ov.il Castle, the  ��������� Koval Opt 1 a House and the police  . henihiuaitois The heal is tonveved  'to these buildings thiough pip. s, and  in som stnuces  the distance  is <-o  gieat thil the liun.ico has been popul.u IV dubbed "ilu* long-dlsl mice  heating apparatus " 'lliis iiinn 01  lieating huge buildings is s ud to  I woik .iiiiniiablv, and aiiaiifi'mioiits  an now being made to e-s-tublisli sun-  il.u 1111 nates in olhei laigc- (ilios 01  j Cirmanv  1 Whoi vou see a voiinc- mail silluu,  'in a p.uloi wilh the ugliest 10111-  Ivp.ii-old liov thai cvei 11 ighli'iiwl  1 liiuis<li in .1 minor el.uiibeiing ovei  his knees,  ui king  his necktie out   01  and  untiL  calling  111  h ts  lisle ,.s tlinigli I lu v Vile uni ool ed  bul an- of 1I1 Ik ioii-. II i v in liie iei  1. 11. ielf lie riiisiiiug nli-i.ls illllll  thev tie ,is tliin is Iissii, p.ipei and  linn pushing liuin inlei 1 1,1'n v-lueli  1 s. inbhs Ihe nidiiaiv ti.nkil 'I he  t >lel 11 if m of glenoid uul 1111.1I lollipse  bifciiits uiiil.e's-llie-in tempi ing it, the  l.ii.sti.-. uiiel .1'i-eif. Tyler eleclnres I bey  are- llie most lu-iill lii'ul dungs 11 mini  e,tu out. ' 7 .  N'nliii'iillvr    ii-iiil.s      nml     vt-get 11 bios  die  r,,li   upon  ms     ii.ee:   me   oioi.c,,.!,   ['"'"'   -  'fi' K"-f'?  ''f'1' '"'  ,1l,0'"i"Vj  were  inflann.-d  will,  drinU,  hut odie,-; h'" 'oysle-rs mid eliini* nre e,i '.-ii  ������.IU  wis-' it we.s verv pule, und tlie 1-0 vv,,s f������  l������  ".^'      ' "-'. "''���������"���������  ,lf ������������ ���������"* ri!w  u hugt-nrd     look      upon    il.     As  |lu   "'������������'-.-��������� '������;  '-'-vf)Hmg  10 iimsl. peop.e  -,  ght liie expre-ssio,   of ,���������v face,  he; I-"- U"; ������l ������r������.v-Bivr     "   1. ���������s phu,     of  s  "imo.1 tuck.     I   n.u eorli.in  il ���������,���������������,.   Hvingr insists ���������. rnvv s enkj-t ���������s     hi-  lu'ive  been     ghastly.     As      be Ydnod ! P''''"'   L" ���������" 'ntns     H,e"k    "'s  "'  "������  : 1- giii  s   Sill IK (  ei ing   1 V. I1 Igllt     '! iK'U  1*   l lu   men (loueh-  11(1  1 ii.lb d  1 fie fin        \ rid     lhc  v 11 b      hi*     |iai ting  111   .vnt  e one  .villi  Nome  Woli-iiuin   no u 'I   1 no  thus 'I fancied ������������������ that I saw u .black  shadow flit suddenly behind li in 1.  "Ain't'yoi' usleep?" he asked in a  Ihie^ volefe.    *, ������������������  "No, sir. .Oh, iiow you frightened  me!" ������ cried.     1 .'.otild not help it.  -'���������iT-iirtl sliowa you huve u, fciuful  conf-cieiice; tin righteous are never  frightoned, f : am never frightened.  I'rAy���������pray, and then go to sleep,"  Jii was nioro inlo.*:1eii.ted tliun I  had ever seen him before, lie elos-  tA IjLc iloor; then I heard     him put. us wcUt  .siciik vs lo one Hint hns been cooked  until it Is <ivy. ��������� ���������'   ...  SCHOOL MATH norms.  BuUirnonis in public schools nre a,  novelty thai Boston will Inli'ocUicc-  'In Ks h'evv' building's. The Inl.esl.  sl.i'iicdire of an odiicul ionul nature In  that city is to cost S400.000, nnd  will be; il tied with loliet, (lr'.-ssiiig,  nnil bath rooms-for both sexes, nnd  eleve.'ii     showc'i- bnlhii nnd foeit bulhs  I,.,, il       10  die   vv.id.s   singe   b. low���������  nnd km '-   1 his w is the  *nd  111,     liiisli, s    |> 11 toil Nome     stood  'ovei   11 <��������� giappling foi ms      Hei   vf>ico  [ill 1 (e d  11 hei t- vv  eel tin01  ' I go  leavt'  steps  Uoll-11  Uii'ii '  ho,'Iiii' "f 1 p'irk over the biov of  Ihe hill I In nod el.iv hi vva- vih'if  Ihey'hnd irniled nfi.er a wounded  cleer nn'l snvv" where (he-deer had fallen. Then he knew I he wolves, would  conn: wilh the night and mid the  gray of iheir emits to-the white- Of  I lie'hills; Darkness ��������� en mo'along the  nice of the hind. Thelvvolves howied  and crept, over I he seneVw lo Iho edge  of flic precipice. Wolf-num enmc  from' hi.s hiding place'in the caves  mid climbed (o the prairie -above.'  All around him vyere the howls of  that fierce pack. Below him were  the valley 11 nd the ribbon of trees,  nnd far. far nwiiy In the direction of  lbe vilbigo tho vvhiniiuf howl ol 11.  tlog.. 'Then llie giant of llie hills,  swung hi$ club. Wolf uf.lcr wolf  ���������vim strelclied out In the siiov;, but  still ilie pack (.���������nine on. Closer mid  closer the wolves pressed until they  were virtually itgiilii.sl.'lhe breast of  the iiiiiii, ' forcing hliri buck, un 11  gliidiiitor forces buck his victim, until ho stepped over the last rock  1 ttv o le^s, ido, thev must ri-usiu -  ilj, go out 01 it wuh lie siime  ntiiiilioj Othei wiM- soiiiHhing hoi-  nbiy uiilutkv might happen' 'lluv  might foi it'StaiKf be sent to hunt  101 du- missing uni 01 h g nnil I  spe, el I all (hen fi lurily ip finding  ,1 o, e of Uk gie-.tlc-st <':i!i( lilt ������������������ s |  Hi,, irvv sciiool 01 meditine in .l.ip.in ]  h.is ii.iel to oven-einie is io inelincj  Ihe ptople l" submit m siiiguiil  one i.iliii'".  place, iiiflbiu* his shut-fionl pull-  1 111^ In* hail, kuking his sinus, i((l-  ' mg in all lus pockets foi (oppoi s  , while   Ilu        iiin.sisln g   vk tun  smiles  all the dun liKt thi (ovei 01 a  ' (011111       |ii|i'i,  vou      nuiv  sait-lv snv  Ihut   (he  howling   bov   litis  11      sislei   sL| ,���������,,,  1 who   is   in   a   mom  not  twculv      fn-t|  , jivnv,   and      lliat   the      voting   111 in  do'siit dime theie 111 ,t foi the Urn  I of  plnv mg  with  hei   biothu  Win 'I Hi: HUN CA.C Kl.l S  The adopted explanation of Iho  cackling, 111 which fa hen indulges)  111 lei laving an egg is 1h.it* sho is so  p!g.i������ed that she wants, everyone vloi  know il ' The' tofk .nisvvois Uie  eatkle with a eiow and this is tuki 1  is fiulhei intlie.uion thai both .110  iiiiineiisclv pi oud of lhc achievement  'I his ex| l.in.ition is not tei able , if  we toiisidti the qi.estiou lanlv, wo  sbull see that inslinct would leach  Un- Inn that lo taeklo is to eall the  at'ii-nlion of thi' ouuiuv.lo both hei-  seli and ht-i cinliivo ofls.pi ing, vvhieh  she would natiiiullv avoid doing  The c.ioklo is .1 lobe of long l>\|M>ius  do vs when foivls vveie noi doniesti-  caltd, nnd mn about wild Whin  tilt* hen Wished It) luv, she iclnod  110111 the lost of the fowl eoimiiuiiitv  anil poi foi mod the disk llv Untune sho wis le.iilv lo it-ioin Ihu  eoininoiuvo.ilth Ihe.olhti nieinbei s  had wiindoied some dislanee, and she  did not know- vvheio tin v vveie She  vvuited (ill she had gone some disunite from the tgg in 01 dei not lo  eiidumioi il ���������md thou sho tnklt-d,  ailoi .iKo having (akin a good look  miinil lo i-siiio hei ell dial no  I enemies vveie 110,11 lln* eoe K heat-  ling the cackle, iinswc'ieel il bl a  eiow nnd Ihu; inionnid the lu 11 01  I (ho whdenbouls 01 the tube llns  's0it 01 thing nuiv bo seen now 1  I among die .uiff'slnis en om tlonn-sln 1  I fow 1 in Ihu M ilnv louiiliii's .n-di  I India Doinisl u ation has thunged  some ol Ihe (ll 11 o( teuM 11 s 01 the  IioiiMci, but Ilu1 eiiiklo sui vive* bv .1  11 cak   jf  11 ilu 11.  A    -            -- .  able enteipii'C is being oigaiuzed 111.  Manehostei .il picsenl in the sliapc  ol a ba/aai to l.iisc funds to endovy  a hospital be-d in honot en Hobcit  Bums, and a child s eot in honor of  Sn   W'allei   Seoll '  " u  \ slab has bi en fixed loi the front  01" the house vv heie. Ah Cecil-Hhodcs  was ben 11 al Bishop's, v Si 01 tioid,  beaimg <he      inseuption    ���������   J ie,*  Kight Hon ('ceil -lolm Bliodcs,- the  loundei ol Hhodesiu, was boin 111  IheMooni within    Blh July, 18od  \ Kingstoii-on-'Jb(iinos lady, who (  lost a pin so containing LO Os , aei-  v.ilised a levvaid eil iii for its id-  tin 11 jNox-t dav she lecnved v hei  piopcitv thiough the posl, ���������"������-->  unsigned note to th" elleet that the  lit,dei ins deducted Uu levvaid ollei- ,  id r  Piolmblv thc 1 highest puce evei  Paid Tin a h.itMs X.1'20, die sum  which .lenn de Iteszke Hie lanious  tcnoi. has inst given foi a d'aiiama  So hue is the texttne of the stiaw  llu.'f"the. lint < m be di.iwu thiough  An ' oidmaiy Imgei'.ringtjvilh.s* the  gic.ilest ease       ' -    S  A  (hulking  lounlaiii,  cioiled  as    a  meniou.il      lo- lbe -laic Mi     Simon  Shoit,     tl 0 ' i.ilhei      ol  (a> e 11      iiioveinenl "   vv.is  dav  handed   ovei   to   Ihe  Jlnslol  Ihoiidos  b.v   Mi    -1    1'oai ic,  lhc- 1 ulTeo  the   other  ,ui-  on      be-  )uv|i      ol       Uu    National   Tempei anee  CateiC'is'   Assoeial ion  Siiine '1,00(1 (Oiiphs weic wedded  bv the Kov Thomas Coihinne, 1111  eldeilv miuislti 01 the United 1-iee  C'liuiih who hns nisi (bed at l.elni-  buigh One New Ye.ii \ r.\o he mai-  nod tvventv-lour happy pans, poi-  foi iiung the ic'iemoiiy m eacli case in  about thiee ininules  Mi rioniv Hoelcy, who has died  ul SdatiOid-oii-Avoii in his eightv-  lilth   veai possessed   11   lem.iikiible  ic-oid Ho had never t.ikon ������ holi-  d iv noi, moio leniaikable still, had  lc evei slei I out ol Sit alien el foi  univ-six vtais l-o filled tho post of  veigei 01 St .lames' (lunch,  101 im tv-lhice- ycais he wa.* .1  geaiil-it-m.UG foi theSd alien el C01-  pen a (11,11  Ceneinl Sn llobeit' Hiddulpli who  is on Ihe point of retiring, en tried  the Itoyal At tilh ij, 111 IS"." He*  *eivtd 1 hi ough the C'limcnn (tim-  paign,   Uic  nnd  ser-  the  to  to  'Ihe  11 vi 1 age  lenglh  01   u   dugM  is  fifteen  J I'll" *  life  of  IN 'I'lIlO INTELLIOI'lMCI'VOfl-MCE'.  t aiiy��������� How nro vou on  fancy dishes 7 ... ���������������..,���������������  Cook-rm very careful, but Ihe best of us has accidents sometime.  nor s'i tn f.  111.ulc   of      in.ll Id  ludiiiu   mulniv   and  China  vva 1   01   I.Sfif)     1'ioin JS7I  1S7*.     lie was puvate seciolaiy  All     (a 1 dwell     Ilu n      Soeu-taiv   01  .Slalt      101  W u      He     has also boon  ijliuh      I oulliiissionei  qu.ii li iiiiusli'i-geneial  hind    Cove noi      and  1 ( h 11   it   O1l11all.il  101 Cypi us,  01 thc foi ces,  Coirimandci-lu  ll   is  sin ill  (illlgfl      ,is  si ii-ndiie dill in e  in  Jamaica  piop.ignli'd     bv     (lilting   up  pietes  01  th'"     mot    and    il  possible |  nth   c rs.jl soil      fmni  ieieully'-( h aioil I  woods      is seh 1 led   foi   il      II   is      a  gioil   unpo.ei i-hci   ot   du   soil       mil  giows so  In s 111 nml Iv   I'iiI   111   1 -hoili  lime n  hide pine  of 1 out  w ill siui.nl |  so as  lo  pi inline m-nly   ,1   pound    till  new-  roots,   'liiest-ls  nre  piiiiueii    111  Miirch      en* 'Ap'rll, ���������and     gel,  to  fidl. gi-ovytlr .aboiily.Si.-plei.iiber. ' 'I'ho'  roots 'uro'diig nsuiilly. in' .Initi'ivlea, ii'i  .J ui! uu ry. or l-'cbriitirv*. - The.v ii.ro  washed; " exposed di llie sun " iiiiiii  thoi-oiiglily dried, uiul pnckeei in  parcels of diioiit a liundred jpoiinds  each. In tirder to dry theru more  rapidly Ihey are first se-nlde'd in a  littlo coi per pot, In. order-to .., do-  slroy life, of which tho tools aro  "very tenacious. White ginger and  black ginger aro from the..fsnme  roots, tho difference arising from  methods of curing. Hoots for sugnr-  prcst-rving are dug while quite  young, before tlie stems aro moro  than five or six inches high.  NO  TbKKlSH  NAVY  Luidi-i     piessuie   fiom  tho Poweis,  (he Siill.ui  leie-nlK  gav<   oideis   foi  pn.iev  111 the Hod Sou  to he siippioss-  e-d       It    llicn     lianspiii'd that      Ihe  ���������liulisli   navv    winch  still exists     1111  papei    does mil  possess 11 single w.u-  slup    huge 01   small    capable 01     go-  I ing, to   .'ioii: I wo inci cluuil   slcini-  L,"-'i'''Hli'ips used in (he tousling dude vvie*  .120.000 men were- killed during tlio  Crimen 11 War. Ill' i.s estimated, that  It took 7-10 shots for each ilc-atli..  nieiit, 'Those two impioviscd . vviii-  Khijis'iii'iiiiliiatine���������ncilhti of Iheui  bus 11 'displacement of moie than UOO  toiis-cons'tilute in effei I (ho ('i)tiu-  Turkish navv available fm ovon lhc  siuiplost kiiid  of sea-going  sei vice.  aYmilking HECOKD  iiiilking  icioirt  foi   New  has   been put   up by  and     lus wif?,  who  7ea-  11    J'llllllS  vvilhout  Iji except what eould be given  vventy-month-oid   infant, ^nilk-  Tho  laud  seltlei'  uny hell  bv a twe...���������  cd scveiity-niiie (own twite daily Jt  is a fact, and ean bo vouched foi.  that he delivt'iod vn nn itveutge of  2 000 pints of milk a day ut this,  factory, and not a Pinny was  in wages last y������art  spent  fir  {J  f\  /  "������sm .-* ' 'rtB...   ': '��������� '**' '"  'ii ,':      ,   i'  -,*-4    ll'K   "     .     <    '     e   ,    ' V' '  '       !>,'.������'  i'- TU  %ifim  ., ii  i,  i  i,  "      V!  ff ~W^J  ' ������    -_V   ', 1  ������'->iV������Jt>  ?��������� -,,-,-' --j  ���������fi  '^4  i.  .-   'Si  m    '  \ i  ���������  if   t,  <-f<7  t  *  $  <���������'��������� d'HB ������OOTENAYMML  r ���������  ^ '     ^     ^  i������  -       ,-*J   '^f     Vf   .Mir,V"f  ;���������       " " f     / ,  ,f    '    f 'yyt'Tc v;  -.(   '.",' V.,"���������"', '������"'t>'l A'*  ���������' l'     : ' >i    -  v" / /'���������''"  . ���������    ' -X) ', ���������     ' ;���������������<   ',3'oi> r  y yy ..���������_.;<-    ���������   -'  . ,���������&��������� ,  "^.f Y"  ."     ���������-, '    'J'f.!r  ''  I  ^  EXCHANGE  ���������'��������� ),">"  .*V'l  yV'ir  ,'4'-;  'Prospects"of the Calumet and B.C.  'i     v\~fGiiic.igo financial  paper says:  .., ''Never before .in   the  history rof  ���������   this country  has  there been more  f interest 'manifested   in  mining  af-  fiiirs'lhnn al,present, nnd this great  it interest is now ' enlisting thc atlcn-  ',, lion not only of those' who.-o money  is inveoled iif'ih'c working of mines','  '"but1   bf   that 'largely constituency  .which nl ways puts i,ls money whore  ���������V the returns promise  speedy, profitable and,willing safe results.    As a  "c'onfe.eqifence.'the activity,.in ruining  ' stocks lias influenced men of capital  lo buy itnd-scll all   these cbmmodi-  J ties .upon all the exchanges'dealing  'in the 'sfi'iiie/"niiiking'1 in -every in-  ,stance splendieL^profits .cm the in-  vcsli'nenl. r? J,.   , ��������� i-        ,,  y Until vvitliiiv _a ' recent '-perio'd  Oliicago, a 1 though'thcmctropolitan  city of the great' Wesl'f had no exchange,of (his character. This fact  b6ing' recognized "by 'some leading  milling and business men of the far  Northwest'.who 'are maintaining  successful enterprises "organized  sonic time ji go  in 'leading mining  | centres''.''",   .  * .     ' '' '  t-i '        . .  ',��������� yTIIK Jil.\i:S  j;XClIA.N"Ci:. LIMITED,'  ivvfifsi "organized and ~is""rfoiv"duly  opened id'lhc public for the purpose  of bringing together for- mutual  L.Venefil those interested .jm'various,  b'riinclic's of, mining affairs, its ob-���������  ���������jeel lieihg to'.embrace mnny features  of-this,gieiil industry nnd to become  an-exchange -for thc adyiincemcni  of the mineral resources of North  r*ji*,i-ierica.t The .Mines Exchange,  ''!,*"/Smiled1,' is  open  and'transacting  !���������-���������  Mi  jusinbfes nl Suile lOOG Opera Llous'e  Block.    The .Milies Exchange, Ltd.,  ^started '.olJiccs several years, ago,  first at Nelson,' li. , C, later at  Camborne, H. 0.; Salmon, Idaho;  Calumet, Jlicb.; and Dululh. Minn."  ^Tlfoy'li&'lnll .unlisted -slocks ih a'll  their tii fforcn t-oflicos and'sell them.  The, cjoinpnnyj is enabled to gain  and giv^e full information that may  be desired"about 'mining properties  lbciit,ctlf tiny where, *,in , the,4 United  ���������Stales,' Oantida or -Mexico. The-v*  also iicquiic mining ( properties ior  individuals or syndicates and bring  llicm in contact withy.owners of  dcsirablc'niining^ properties. They  organize corporations and sell their  stock, bul only on developed mines,  or mines which thc Mines Exchange,  Limited, have brought to a state of  development themselves, and not,  Lon prospect. They never ph.ee a  slock for public subscription except  ,thc properties have been  'IlIOUOl'UIII.Y   KXAMINKP, 1XVESTIGAT-  * "  i:n,AXi)'i"AVOi!Ani.Y ni:i'0!!Ti;i)^  ti] oii by their   own   expert   mining  engineers.' 'Among   such favorably  reported, upon    properties-,    whose  |- stock   the  Mines   Exchange,   Ltd..  ,\ ' now of'oi-ing for sale is the stock  of   thc   Calumet  and   British   Col-  -*��������� piiibia Ciold Mines, Limited, with  capitals-lock of -f-500,000; divided  into shires tit the par, value of $1  each, carrying no per-'onnl liability  and non-assessable. All of it is  i reas- ury slock.    There is absolutely  ������no' piomotcis' and no preferred  stock, hence every shareholder  slands on the same footing.' and  the small stockholders share in  equal benelits with the,large oue.  'Ihe  r.v.v n i io up.  tlie property of the Calumet and  liritish Columbia Gold Mines, Ltd.,  has now. more than 2,000 feet of  development work, all in ore. It  has been developed to a depth of  nearly-lOO feet, all in ore: -1*500,-  000 worth of ore is blocked out and  ready for the mill, which is in  co ii i'i-o of construction and will be  completed not later than July 1st.  "he ore i  mountains,' about 57 miles southeast of Yernon, B.C. In the early  part of November I obtained ' a  heavy-intercstin th'e original location of the district and .within a  short time we fwill demonstrate'to  the worlcr what a %'onderful mine  we have.      , ,    '-,    "  ,    ' ,   f  "Thc company 'is, the, Chdrr'y  Creek Gold Mining Company and  owns seven, adjoining' claims:  There are three parallel veins,  averaging about two fcetf in width  running through . tho seven claims  and eacli , is phenomenally rich.  During tlie''fall we have sunk'in-'  numerable prospect holes on the  veins and in 'every,, instance splendid values have been'.obtained, thc  average of the many assays made  being about ���������$107. The'values'are  derived from the, gold.^ There is a  rlittlc silver, but it amounts-to nothing. About '60 per cent, of thc  ore is' concentrating, and the'concentrates' will run ������������������ from .$t)50>to  .$3000 a, ton. ' V ,;   "    '   , -f -  ."Thus far we have only driven  one tunnel" and < this is only , in  aboiitsixty feet.', The, stockholders  in St. Paul have ,.just voted to ex-'  pencl'$10,000 in"'driving tunnels.  Immediately upon reaching the  mincl'shall commence j work on  three tunnels,- each, 150 feel belovv'  the other. Thc mountains arefvery  precipitious and great'depth can'be  gainod<by-"dHving7Ta-f tunnel~a few  hundred feet. r        ' y *    ���������>.  - "On the side of one of thc moun-!  tains, which is nearly perpendicular  the vein is vertically exposed for a  distance of nearly 2,000.. feel.  Nature has stripped it" and has'  demonstrated to 'us that tlio vein  will not pinch with depth, f . y    .  '���������'AchcmisijjOf St. Paul, who made  .several assays of,bin;ore,.said that  'this was' his, _first experience" of  obtaining more values from the  rock than Uic cost" of the assay.  His charges for assaying the sample  were .1������2.50,*'antl the .buttons secured  weighed *4.S0."     -    ���������" J  holders, who are allowed until Jan. 1st  to take advantage of'the'saine and the,  secretary vvas.^instrnctejl , to , noil ify"  them accordingly. It was stated the  sharesiwotilcl be advanced in price. Up  to Nov. 30th 1,006 feet 'off tunnels,,  drifts lind'slinfls had been completed.'  It vvas decided  to  put  in a 10 stamp  ���������it        "i',      o' <   1  mill and tram. <  HOTELX  free milling gold  1IJ0-'  oie.    Pool Creek will supply power  for the power plant and the tvventy-  stniiip mill being erected.    A limited amount of this stock, which  wi. i'koxol'Nci:  a  cii.t-i:i)(;i: i.\vi:st-  mi:.\t.  i.- now offered at par %l per share  on terms of 25 cents per share cash  nnd 25 cents per month, or all  cii.-h. Applications for this slock  will be received al the ofiicc of thc  Mines Iiu'hnngc, Limited, v.here  :ils-o photographs of the properties,  engineer's report-, nnips and sampler- of oie can be seen. The odiecrs  and directors of the Mines Exchange, Limited, comprise leading  and influential '-��������� business men,  whose .connection'' with the Exchange or.any other enterprise is a  guarantee t; their high character,  and.a pledge that lis ��������� transactions  will lie carried on in such a way  thiil Chicago will soon be recognized  as the centre oi llie American  mining industry.  M0 Ms 111 A MINE  Biggest Thing  in ihe World.  This is how .Iiiu Ward ne i- describes tlie Monoshcii mine; at head  of Kiro Valley: ���������  "After llii'ce years of ���������wanderings  I have finally 'bceunie inlereslcil in  one of the gronlesl. niiiics ever diii-  1 covered. Spenliing frnin (hi'Stand-  I���������(���������!���������',(. nf li'tilli nnd Iliirly-uiio years'  experience in mining, I can huncst-  ly say thiil. llu'i'ii is only une mine  iii the world Ihnl cnii equal il, and  1*11is i.s the   cclebi'iilcd    Hodic mine,.  "Lnsl Oi'lul-e.r a wonderful discovery wns liintle  in llie Moiioslica  THE MINES,  Klmorc oil process is being tried on  llossland "ores.      J     .-"  .,.*;, Y. f.  - It is proposed to- form   the-Sloean  silver-lead mines into a trust.     '*'  -Boundary ore   shipments   for   year  will reach half n.million'tons.        i  *-"li. M. Atwatcr, of London, has  bcci)^  appointed manager of Yin ii niines.  TNewYoik capitalists have bontlctl  the llungryman, at Sloean   Junction.  Thc Amalgamatetl Copper Co. is  turning out 5,000,000 lbs. ot copper a-  month. '       ������"i '  The Standard Development Co. has  been formed at Nelson to operate the  Hunter V. , '     u  JI. N. Galer has been nppointeil  t'enernl manager Gran by niines, A. C.  Flunuiierfelt being appointed assistant  to presid nit. ,    '   i  70 men are working at the Payne)  iind die concentrator is nulling zinc  oies, of which 41 tons are being shipped-weekly to lCnnsns.  Tlie Nevv Vancouver Coal Co. have  sold their mines on Vancouver Island  'to ,the Western Coal Co. of San Francisco.   Price if 1.500,000.  Another dynamo has arrived for the  use ,of the Noithwest..Development  Syndicate and will -lie utilized to drive  the sawmill plant at Golellickls.    >  The Crow's Nest Coal Co. has spent  .$1,000,000 extra in development this  year. The output is 4000 tons a clay  nnd will be increased to 10,000 tons.  AVhen the owner of a mineral claim  allows his license to lapse the interest  lie had passes to his co-owners in equal  proportions according to their holding.  Sloean mine-owners find it does not  pay to ship zinc ores at present low-  prices of silver and lead, of vvhieh  thee ores contain considerable quantities. . ,  Kiunbler-Cariboo concentrator is  closed and the mine will not pay dividends for six months. Development  work will be pushed and two or three  new levels run.  A committee representing Cariboo  placer niines recommends the legislature to issue crown grants for placer  and alter tax to $1 an acre instead of  5 per cent on output.   ,  VV. II. Holmes, superintendent of  the Yellowstone, has gone to England  to consult with his principals and will  investigate the mineraljaiitlook of the  Big Bend next spring.  The Rocky Mountain Development  Co., vvhieh is boring for oil at Southern  Alberta, has reached 1,000 ft. vvitli a  strong How of oil. Thc company's  capital being increased to $500,000.  U. S. McCarter has received some  line samples of ore from the property  in vvhieh he, is interested vvitli IJ.  Woolsey at Illecillcvvaet. The ore  carries high values in silver nnd gold.  "���������$500,000 actually blocked out nnd  20 stamp mill will bo put in on the  property this winter mid' will be running July 1, lOOii, Dividends will  soon follow.' Stock greatly enhanced  in value," is bow the Kvn is described  in the prospectus issued in Chicago..  The Silver How tunnel in Alaska  commences at the bench and will run  on an incline some 12,000 feet through  n mouutain over 3,000 feet high,  barge stump mills will lie erected on  tlie wnler front for the pn.iposo of  milling the ore brought from the rich  ledges above.  A hireling of directors of Cherry  Creek Mining Company wns held nt  t'lio ollice of (.ialliliur it Wilson, Nelson, for election of ollieers and  triiiisiiclion of other business.' The  (illicei-s elected were: President, Dr.  I), I ,n I Inn; vice ptcsitleul, (i.l.. Ivibhey,  SI. I'nn I, Mi ; secretary, I'. K. Wilson; li'ciisiirer and iniiiiiighig director,  If Williamson. |  At a meeting of lbe Opliir-I.iule  Kyiiilioitlc it wns ilecideil lo nll'or a new  issue of stock   lo  the  present share*  o[Thc improvements made by 11. A,  Brown to the Brown Block were completed Inst'week, and lbe licensee, J,'  Laugh ton, hud thc hotel fully equipped for opening to tl'ic'travelling 'public ' by'fCliristiiins.' The ,,new hotel  occupies a central position' at the  corner of First' street and > Connaught  avenue. ' -Additions'weic made to the  building to'equip it for a gbdd .hotel.  The dining room is on, the east side  of the entrance hall and is 40 ft. by 20  ft. with ' entrances* 'from hall and  billiard room,. Lchinel is the kitchen.  OW the west side of (the > entrance hall  is the ollicc, vvitli I'coiner entrance to,  street. *,,BchincL this' is, the'"'billiard  'loom, which is- equipped , with.'two  tables, "newly, covered and in'first class  condition for' usc.f . Behind tho'vbi]-  liard'room'is ihe-b.ir-rooirKyvvliieli is  well fitted up. j Off the bar aic two  private rpdms. f- A' good cellar,- is provided under'the bar-room.*"' ~~  Well, "equipped     bathrooms ,'"and  lavatories, supplied vvitli both  hot and,  cold'water, aic  provided   on 'the first  nnd-second-floors. ,- On the first floor-  is    a      handsomely     furnished     and  carpeted .pailor, vvitli   bedrooms open-'  ing   otV   it   all -well   furnisliccb    Dr.  Coglilan   and-ili\fr. jiind    Mis. Brown  have the apartments on the'.fust floor.  " On tho'sccoiuhfloor are 13' bedrooms  all comfortably furnished. -  v '-  -yThe Union, from its ceiHral'position  and excellent equipment, should piovc  a great public convenience in the vv ny  of hotel accomodation. -     -   *   -        ������������������'  ���������wW=sk-  UBOf.S CALL  The Vancouver' Tunics and Labor  Council -,has - asked- ClirisPj-'ole.v to  stand ns labor candidate-nt "the coming election foi- the Common's.X '     f  -,������ ' -^ ~-  /l'hc mayor of Toledo will inaugurate  a model village--on thc cooperative  -plan with factories', modern--houses,  p.irk,i hall', gymnasium and dining  hall.      ' ������.    Y      .  ;; -  f  '      .,     ' -  _ Says -the���������-Trackmen's, * Advocate:  "The strike of the maintcnancc'-of-way  men on the Canadian Pacific Kail way  last.year and the strike of the l'cnns-'  ylviiifia miners this year, and tlicfman-  ner of their handling by their respective leadcis. have done,more to elevate  organized labor to its proper position  in the social scaleith.in otlur agencies  have done in hull'.a century. They  have hushed the cry of iill but, fools  and knave's against the^ unreasonableness and iniiircliy of unions f and the  radicalism of then* loaders."  ,A,0.'l'. R. brakesman said to ,thc  I'lovince Ihe best test whether the  men were 'satisfied with their lieat-  mciil or not wns to go over the rccoid  of strikes. Theie, had been only two  strikes nn the U.I'.R in eleven yens.  The lolegra.-lieis went out once, while  the other wns the comparatively recent  truck'..en's strike. Ivich of these  strikes wns for tlicj'ecognition of new'  unions, which had just been foiined,  nnd taken on principle more than anything else. No other"railway on the  continent can lay claim to tiio same  rccoid.  1)000 Boers will migrate to .stales.  Thirteen persons vveie killed by a  gasoline explosion at Turf Kxcliunge,  Hot Springs, Ark.  l'elly River Indians miudered a  hand of Little Salmon Indians and  killed a storekeeper.  Seattle hns had to.oll'era reward for  the bodies of thugs to rid the city of  the scum of the eaith.  NEW BUILDINGS.  .I.A. k'oi'iialiiin has-10 men nt work  on tl-c C.I'.R. hotel nt Luke l.otu-c  Goiieinl Supt. Marpolc .says this pioin-  isos to he one of the handsomest hotels  for ils i-ize in nil Canada.  METAL  MARKET  i-i;  Copper, Xew Yolk, elee-tiolyti  London ������51 17s (id.  Lead���������New   York, $-1.05    to  $1.10  London. ������10 17s (id.  Silver���������Now York,*I7"f.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In-s^jaazza^*-  BEEF,    PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  i Fish and Game in Season.  All orele-is promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,' ������W^������T  Wing plumb's newly imported   stock  of  Chinese  ;ind Japanese goods.  The best assortment ever  landed   in   Revelstoke   of  and  useful  articles:  'I't'.l jtrl'vii't'-  l'lllle-  Hiiskl'1.*  Ciinr Chairs  lliintlkt'1'clii..f-  (i()|  I)  ornamental  KIllWI'l* I'tils  I iiilii'fllii HIiimIs  l.iuii'li Iti-k. Is  Siii'ikliiK .Inekt'ls  .<ill.(.ii)tjils.  ���������"LSI I  Klni'si sltit-U nf I'l'iiilli.- .iltd fruit- In I own.  Front Street, Rovelslokc  "Let sleeping-- dogs lie."  Beware of rtfi"c *'bar  gain'  sboe!  %t  'Why is it "sold at a  reduced price" if it'is  " worth full price ?  ���������" Leave "lottery shoes'  "carefully alone, and look  for,, the Makers' .-price,  stamped on the sole of  thc sure" value shoe���������   v  "The SiateifSKoe"  "(ioodyjtir JYeltel"  SS������f  "KING 'EDWARD" !)000=  1     "HUADLIGIIT," 500s.   '  "Y"B.vGLB,!,' 100s ancl 20G&. '  '( "VICTORIA,'""      ,   "     ,  <��������� VLITTLK pOMlZT."'  'for- sale everywhere.  ft  ',?. S. , "Archer" cr S. S.   " Lhrclcau."' -������ "  Running between   Arrowhead.   Thom?on-f      ffj.,  baiieiinsmid Ctmir.pliv, commencing Oct. lllh',     '  l!)yl.",will -ail a= follows (wenthor pcnnittinf,'):       ,  Leave  Arrowlicnd   for Thomson's  Ijinding    f  and t'omapli't-tw ice daily at 10k. and 15k.  Leave Comipllv anel ThoinsouV Laneling for    ,  ArnlVi he-.ul twice daily at 7.15k. and 12.J5k. '  ���������>��������� < <   , ,  - Jlakins clo-e connections  yrith  all C. P. R. I       ,  tntiiis nnd bout'%.    t , ,' I  ,'i'hc owners reserve the 'right to change time- <* , |  of'sailing.-without notice. <_  TUF. FHF.I) itOIlIXSON" LUMBER CO. LTD. >    ' n  , ' k. Rpnixsox,       '.,.<���������!  $ i     ,   ' '   Managing Director,' >' ,  ''   Are the best that can'be bought a  -<, , - i* i'   ���������       '  y , Don't experiment with other and 'inferior brandy.  '������   *       *.'    y " '���������*>���������'     " <** v     ' ���������  el������i53������<(35SC5E3ZaaiSKaS  ssjsm&isBJsa  O.-B-iHUMB ���������&'GO.., ,   -  -f -   .,- Sole^Lbcal ^"s:eiits  .   Koi- lli^t-clnss lutitlior write  Vancouver, B. C.  British Columbia Agents for Uie celebrated  "PENETAKG" Sole Lontlici, Cut,Sole; and  Ifccl Piec-oi. ,  Harness Leathers, IJritliu, Saddle ami Stilting Lunthors, l.ueo ,iiul Liligo Lt-itihei-, Up  per Leathers of nil kind--.  Mniiiif.ictiuero ot Closed Uppui-, of nil  dcici-i|itions.  bliocinnkuis' Tool-, and I'-iiidingi, Saddlery  I Tiinl vv ire, Hides,mil Oils  Tho thousand Porr-Un-, Wauttd-  Cntnlcigiicsaiid pi ice li^son .iiiplitatioii  PA'  T~t~h|"T"0        T-.-.tlcmiii-ks  1   L_t M   s   "O    a������,<l Copyright"!  obliiinctl in fill couiitiics,  ROWLAND; BR1TTAIN,  Registered Patent Atlorne>  Meulneiiicitl     Kngiiicur    nnd     Di.uiglilsiuiiii,  lllink   ot   I). X. A. lliuldipgs, JUslings .*:tiei!t  VAMCOUVcR,   B.   C.  A pnitcard v\ill scenic nn i-icning npiioint  incut for those who cannot cull during lliuelii*,  .KING; EDWARD  ,VI'I. Scotch, Whisky  f is a'blend of theJproducls of' thefniost famous  kDistilleriesxof Scotland's Western ---Highland's,  and'is relishing io a healthy; manly palale, wilh'  a-fullness of- flavour and bouquet clinging-to-it. J  '      '    TUTS CONSTITUTES THE GLORY OF  SCOTCH WKISffl  ~~     o.liunii  cl \ \c c v i_ .fttOBacaJ  at-b-fs/z  -Ssan.-���������-, ���������Ljja/aKa**  [Distilled on the' Estate of the'Duke of| Argyle, Argyllshire,,  * ' -    by Greenlees-Brothers. --     '       -  -'  Revelstoke Wine and Spfrit.Xompany, Limited,'".  AGENTS.  i\~  njj'ijmu^m.imi ^tiiaess  ���������>0<K>6<>^-<>bT6<K^'0^0<)-0-0^  X       '   '        '\        '   i.   ���������'L      ,       '      f 1       -  Js   r      ,��������� ,'_      -    , -   '.  Vi*  '      J_. I.    -i4 _   it^l 5 <_L_4J-     _  J. LAUGHTON,  Proprietor, /  REVEL'STOKE, B.T),   ������ '  This hotel is now open ftu* tlii'*(U*connnoeliition of i.he.li'.iv-e11in-r  jiublie. Il is the most, eonveiiiently situated liote! in the eitv, beiiift  .il, the corner nl' Fiist Street and Connaught Ayeune, iu the bt-.u l ol'  tin* bii.siness pni-tiou of  the city, convenient to'inilvvny station nnd  post olliee.      4 *y     '  i    ,       -  First Class Accommodation and Tabic.  i  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors anel Cigars.  6 OK>a<><K>-0<K><K>0-CHDH>-CH>a-0<H3 -OO0-O 6  scroo tiros.  M  Sanitary   Plumbing, Hoi  Water & Steam Heating.  Second' Street, Revelstoke  Eoes 'Your Food Distress You ?  ll-  llie  ion ni'iiiuid  be.it   ir-  Ale vou in I'vou-i-'  Un you feel iililer 11 in ll J mi used In?  Is your nppi'tilc |ioeu-i-  l.s your  lontriu-  enilril   with  ,i  slimy.  ye-llovvi-.il tut.-' -  Do you have dir/v sp, IN?  Ilnv't- you a li.ul I,isle in ilu- iniiiilh-'  Does your  loud  (���������nine up ,-iller e.-iiinj,',  vv ilh n sum l.islei-  Ilave you u .seiis.-itiiin nf l'llllm-s- nl'te*i  e-iUiiiK?  Do you have he.ii lluu n'-  I )o you bi'It-h t;.is or vv iniKJ  I )o you have rxn ssjv,. i Im ^|?  Do you notice   hl.it-l: spei ks le-l  eyes''  Do yon have p.iiu oi oppi  'the heart:-'  Dot's your bt-.u t   pnlpitali*  in  ii'-jjul'iily'r'  Do you h.'ive nnpleiis.iiil dn .un-?  Are you const ipateil?  Do youi- liiul^ ti-i-inble in vibiatt 'i  Are"you ict-llt's-, ,il night!'  Kami-:   Atfe..,  .Occupiilion   Street iiiunber  ���������.....,.   Town.. Stale ...  If you linvc.uiiy nr nil "I Ihe .above  symptoms you probably have Dyspepsia,' Fill iu Ih.e nbove lihinl;, send l.(  u������, und wt'vvill iiiiiii vou n free I rial nl  Plil'SI KOLA'TA I'.I,HTN -iiii(|Ui-slhin-  ably lbe suresli, nnil --:iI'c.-l llj'.spepsin  e-ilt-'e* known���������lo^ei lu-i- vvilli out lill.h  litiiik--"Ailvii-t- In Dyspeiplii-.-i." Ileffii  Im- si/.e I'epsikiilii Ti'ibiefs,'���������!,���������; i-.-uts, b>  iiinil, or id' youi (lriif;t;bl.  AGENTS WANTED.   '  Newly   I ui ill.  ^^^^__REVELSTOKE; B. G.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  First-class in every respect.      All modem conveniences.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates SI.50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.'  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under  same   management.  (���������fo rvn rfo rfo r^> (tin (fa <$r> efo> t$h rfa r$? ($> ($1 (^> (fa rffo f$) K?h t$������> e$h f\^e^)(^)(wrfefftif^i(^j  1 r^  4?  efo>  r$7  r$r>  f|)  r|o  (^  (4)  COMAPLIX  is Now Open for Business -  -     The Best House in Town.  y   v .        Well Furnished    -    Good Table.  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  .    W. HAMILTON,' Proprietor.  c^t^c^c^<^r,^^(^^''^^c$?'S^!''^'<^!'r$7 f^^r^r^r^d^^'i<^^^^d!^r^ci^^''c^^r'<^r"*E!  \yift  rjvi  ffrl  " '.' 'i -s~ ^St    ���������  ~\f< -ii1  i'  './;  Decf 11  '*   i t  !,  OCEAN "STEAMSHIPS  * j      i,  "i        ,,     4 Royal Mail Lines. -   '  Chcapest^Route to thc Old Country.,'  n ALLAN LINK-fromyySt. John.  Corii.tliiiiti   -      ���������  ', - r ��������� ���������      -'  PrctOfian        ���������   ��������� -f     ���������''   ���������'     '-      -      Dec' 20  tPnrisiaii       -      -'     -      -      -      -      -,Dcc. 28  Bavarian --i    ���������   .."��������� ���������   ���������   t-4    -���������   yjiui. 3  IJOMIN'ldx:LlN'K-l''rflm Hoston.-:        ' (  Morion", -      -      - '  -     (-.     ���������'x ���������      Dec.'10,  DOMINION.UNE-Kroii),Portland. '"    * \  Coloniaii      -t     --''   -'     ���������      -,.-,',, Dec. 20f    "     '' '"  Callioiiiinii'.  -      -      ���������  , ���������   1 ���������      -        Jan. 3;.   - "  "'   '     liKAVKirLIXK-l-'romSL John.     '     *'-       '������������������    , n  Lake'Mcgantic 1      ���������   '- ���������      -'    -      -   Dec. 11 ���������-,   y  LakeC'lianiplain    -      ���������      - - -_     -  ���������> Hoc. ID    i   ,--r  Monteiey     ���������-      -      -,-''-      -   0    Dee. 20*5-    ' ���������  Lake Ontario, -   y      -      -      -y     -      Jnn. 2    f'     '-   ,  i    'fAMClilCAN LINK-Krom Saw Vork.  fy fl' ' .f"  Ivon-uigton" f -     '-'' -,.,���������'    -   '  -       Dec.'fl'A,, 1  f fi  jPhiludelpia/*     .   < .   t\     ,.'      . Dec. 10���������   "e '  ���������-V'  'St. Paul,     ���������    ,- Dec. 17     , p  New-York     f     ."���������._.-       .     ���������   <   Dec 21    5  Pliilatlclplna     '-   - -      -      - r   -"H    ���������   Dec. 31  ,f    4 KKD..STAR LINK-Piom New-York,"   "   '    ','  Finland   -      -      -'    -     *-      .'- '��������� -   ' Dec. 0" -  Viulerland   -   --      ;!   ���������_     ������������������!���������      -   Dec. 13  ICi-oonlimd     '��������� <y,-,     -      -,    -   ������-       Dec-20 ,  Iceland      -     -y     -"*-     -      -      '-���������   Dee. 27  "vVV'lflTK STAR LINE-Froni New York, y - '  ."eutonie-'-'-- ��������� ���������-- --- '-_*-_-- Dcc_10 -_,  C'jiniic    -      -      -      -j   -      ;A   *       Dec. 12  Oceanic   ,    -      - ,Dec. 17  ,"t!.-ij(.stic   -     '-      -      -   ��������� -      -      -    _ Dec. II  Cell 10    L-      -,,  -      - ������.   -y -   ' -    4  Dccfc2U'(  Gcilimine ���������-      -<    -     r-'    -      -     ,-    Dcc.31 ' .  1    -CUNAP.I) LINi:-FroniNejV'Yoik.      "f  Ciiibrl.ii ��������������� ��������� ��������� - .- - - . Dec. 13  Lueania - - -. ,- - - ' '-* -"Dec.'2o  Klfuria -*-(-_-.. ���������    _-.Dcc.j27     j  CUNARD l.rNE-From  Hoslon.,4,,  LUlli*ui'ia      ���������   -��������� . '���������      -  * - r   -      - pDce. 13  Hernia Dee. 27-  Sylvan in      ..'.....-    jnn. 3    ,  ." 1   1   1   ,       .    1 f **  I>iis-,eiigi1i-s tieketed through  to'all parts of  Grc.it llriuiin and Ireland, and at,-specially low -  rate's to-all parts of  the Euiopcan continent.  Apply 10 nearest, railway 01; steamship agent or,y-  to'.:    -    ���������   -     '���������������������������,���������  T., W. BRADSHAW, Agent. Revelstoke.  W. P. F. CUMMINGS, Pacific ASent.   '  -"��������� b  iiU  \  ,  t -s - **  X  }               -1    i  '"^  'Mi������Sf ,v  t  ��������� j    ������.   .  ���������fct  ''  ,     ^    ^ \  ~"   ~f  ^  .*    ^^ *f  .i\ii   ,  !  ���������ts.  } -:.,  Trains leave '  RBVIiLSTOKE  IDasiboutid ... ."?..'  Southbound.. .���������;...  Westbound .Y..."..'  Daily  " t?  " S:20  , S:I0  17:30  '<������������������ h  T  1 131  1 ,.   - \  '  '/ V  4 1".  .    Ill",  r������X  ^y  ,m  X-  441       *  1  -a, i-lk.  -^i������2t  T,  *yf.  ^  Tourist ^ Car Service  ST. PAUL ' Daily.  TOUOXTO       Tuesdays and Saturdays  MONTH HAL and BOSTON  ..   Thursdays  For full.infortunium   cnllcon   or ael-  dres-,  io. .1. coy uo,    t. \v. rradshXw,  A Cl'..-,.,   , Agent,  VANCOUVKll KBVEIJSTOKE.  .Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse and Hardy Plants  Garden, Field and Flowerbeds  fm Fall and Spring Planting.  CUTPLOWEBSKMSte:'  Fuuei-.il Designs.  ACHICl'LTL'KAL  l.M I'l.F.MFNTS,  UKK  SCHIM.IFS,  FUC IT BASKETS,    "  FERTILIZERS  Ciil-doKiie* lYi  Ki.������b rn Pi lie- or Le%-.  M. J. ,HENRY,  IJOOil   We.-tniin-ter   Konel.   Viiiicouver  W'iiiti. I.aiioi: O.vi.v.  THE LAXAKOLA COMPANY,  15 YksicyStiikkt Nl'iW^'OI  Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paia  F.    Bo   WELL^,  Exporter of Furs.  ENTAL   HOTEL  ably furnished with ihe choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, eS: Cigars.  Rates $ 1 a day.    Monthly rale.  cr.  ALBEBT      STOZDTIE.,      PEOI  One Block from CPE. Depot  and Steamboat Wharves  U2 furnlsliDil and Ito-modclod  Rates $1.50 to $2 per day       1  > ������^l'S������,JTrT^.*mjyjrjj-������cifjiijt������^.j.'.rjigiTrjl3������������������^  PELLEW=HARVEY,  BRYANT     &    GILMAN,  Vancouver, B. C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mill Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  Checking Smelter Pulps a Specialty.  Have You a Doubtful Piece of Rock?  VVu'llTcll You v.hnt it Is  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor,       ,        - Vancouver,  B. C.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  9(  Slandaed remedy lor Gleet  GonoerhtDa and Runnings  IN HO HOURS. Cures Kidney and Bladder Tro-ibles.  Rooms in Suites with. Hal Its and   To iIds allaclicii, J/oku'ii^ 11 of  and Co/tl Wafer, Inside Toilets on. each floor, Cms I. ifIt led and  IS/eaiu Heated 'J'liroitglioul.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -       GOLDEN, B.C.  COMAPLIX  J. H. YOUNG,        -      -       -      ii Proprietor.  Best hrands of Wines, Liquors ancl Cigars.  ^Travellers  10   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  ���������.il'ihis lloiel,  ^Cook's Cotton Root ComponnS  isS^   Is puccefsfullr use-el mouthlr by over  *>^t is puccefsfully use-el monthly by over  ���������' vjrlU.OOOIndies. Setfe.e-ffcctunl. Lai'lesaslc  " s^T your drUKi^lst for Cook's Ceillon Root Compound. Take no other, as nil Mixtures, pills and  imitations arc ilnnRe-rotii-. I'rlco, No. I,$lper  hoi; >'o. a, 10 decrees stronger,|:i per boi. Ne.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt ot price nnd twoS-ccns  stamp:-). 'Iiiu Cook Coiiipanv VV'indflor.Ont.  W"N'03.1 und 2 sold and recommended by all  responsible- Druc-j;istb In Canada.  N'... I ami No.'.' art- miM ui I rtiul iTatc hy F.  T. ,\l,cy. an,I at lioviil-iok-i I,v \V. liews. .1, .V.  Jlilli.-r .V 1,'f,. in.tl ,Ceiii:ii|ii lliii^ .V: Hook Co.  DniKKi-t-.  ,  mtnr.   /gar.   yfafo ^0Z^0Hn0)  ffir$(STi '-flu: C.rtr.l Knnliih ftcmeily.  aCi<xtm<3v, Sold nntl recommended hy all  *k-?y\ ������) driigfdBfin Cnnnein. Only roll-  S>S������ymL "I'l" iiicdlcl-ie dineovcrcd. Six  ���������x ef,MJ"<������v;i'.iri'i,')(i ffutrantctil to euro all  forms of:Sexual Wcriknesii, all oftecti) of nhuso  orescc??, Me.-nt.-il Worry, K-tces������lvc use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mulled on receipt  of prlco. ono pnckn������e il. six. ?.',. One will l>lcase.  iU miUctire. I'liinpliieti! frt',_-to nny addre-BS.  Tiio Wood Coexiiiuny, Windsor, Out.  Winn's I'iio.si-iieiiiiNi: !���������.��������� -old In licvelsiole  Iiy Ciina,In llriu.v Il������������������k Co...I. .V. .Miller .V Co.  nml VV. KcwHiiiiil hy Kriuik 'I', jVlioy at Trotn  Like, IlriiKKi-ilii. .  ������-��������� '  /-' thanking, for  fall past favors  -il.  We wisli. our very'many  (     ,,       - .- y    I,  , customers and friends  'A PROSPEROUS"'.- '  *������      -AND, HAPPY ',  'i    ,        ���������" i  f f , NEW, YEAR.  ��������� ���������"0  CANADA  LIMITED  rp-.  REYELSTOKE.  .    ,     '    'BORN    , ,    '  ri.E.Mi.VG���������At;   Revelstoke.   on    Dec.  2Stl). to Mi   ancl .Mis'. W. Fleming, a  - rdaughter. ,       *���������  ^Fro.mky.���������OiijJJec 26tli',at Hcv el-toko.  ��������� to Mi. and Mi>. C.E. Fromey,':i son.  'fBiKNKY.���������At Cilgaiv,' on S.'tuidnvf  Deo.'27th.   to  Mi.-anel   Mi-. ,W. Gr-  <._.  Biinev, a'son'.  DEATH.  ��������� f McMahox.-At Keve]stokcfDec.\20th,  Ada'm* McMahon, of Stoncunll,Man..  i* aged SO ve.u-a ' *t  ,, LOCAL & GENERAL  ' ,       '     m      si  '     r-The Canadian   football   team   beat  "'  North of Scotland at Dundee by 5 toO  -,   - Ac.IIosnlojk,    Mich , ,n - black be.n  -���������entered-the    inilvvay- st'itmn ,-aiifl  toie^tho night oper.iioi fi iglitlull.v  Cold weather  ha-  been evpei icneed  at St.   I'aul   and  .iieiglilioiing   cities  wheie  the   tbcimomcici*   won't   to .19  ,    lielovy '/eio. '  The -object hAlic Methodist chinch  Sunday Evening evening will be ' Our  pasting yens, what they .take and  what they bun::."1  It. Flovd. -with ticket 207, was the  winner oi the handsome meerschaum  pipe, given \\". It. rimythe in������ a picscnt  to Xniiis piuchns-cij.  t -v0ii0'0i tbewoiet snovvsbdc di^,i=ters  in the prov incc occurred ^at the Molly  Gibson m"nie, on ' Clui-stina^ night.  Fight men weic killed und others m-  juied.  Bec.uisj Dr. Ko������e.  .Methodist minister at Ott.iw,,, appealed   in the pulpit  in a   gown,   several   mcinheis' of the  congieg.ition objected  and one walked  .om of church.  One oi  tlie  worst i ail way dis.ialcrs  in C-an.ida oceuned'l-'nday ne.u J.on-,  don. Ont..   in   a    head   on   collision  through a mistake in orders.    21 weic  killed and 30 injured.  y    New vears  live  vv.is a busy time.it j  Taylor and George's  store  vvlien  pui-  ch.isers holding key- for the gold claim  tried them but so far   without finding \  the successful  one, as  all nie not yet ���������  "in.  T. P. llobeits. the nevv foienuu of  the-shops. li.is"beon chosen chiel m'  the C. 1'. nre i.ric.ide, vice C. II. Tem-  p!e. lesigii'.'d. Mr. Roberts h.i- taken  -ttp? to hive the tire e- luipmcnt put  in iiist-cl.i-- -h.ipe. l  I). Wol-'-y h.i- by.-n vvoi-kinj; steadily  for the n.ist f.'vv month' "ii the (i'eoige  claim >.n th'- notth folk o: the Illt'ciHi-  You; ciin save money by injuring  vvitli II. N.nCoius>icr.  '" <     ' >  Kill your cellar ' vvitli you.-, vvintc  .supply o( vegotnbles' frcs.li from ' my  ranch.���������S. IJ. Oi'ovv le.     ������  "' Or. Chippei field, formerly of Manitoba, hits arrived in Revelstoke with" a  view lo blurting pi notice here.  Miiko youi wife a Clui-.liiiiib picsenl,  of o hot vv.itcr.system in jour - house.  'This can be,put m in liist class .-jhtipo  by Moseiop Uios.    ' ''        "       lf  When you come, to Jlcvclslokc hail  tho.Ccnlral Hotel 'bus to t.ikc.you'tO,  a good' hotel Abrah.im&on Bios  Tropsr^     ' '    '& . , ,'  U.sc plenty of celciy ancl you'll never  need the doctor. 'You can get piime  local giovvn celciy by oidciing fiom S.,  D. Crqvvlc   r i  ",      , j i        , .  Tiy Long's m* Christmas Champagne  Ale aiitU Dublin Sloj.it, brewed at thc  Kootenay Bicweiy Oulcis addressed  lo L'  0. Box 218 will be deliveied liee  An easy way to earn $5 is lo   decide  on the   most L clleciive   .idvutiso'mcnl  appem ing   in ' tlie   Koon.x.vY   Mail.  Fot i).u*ticnliiis(.incl   coupon   sec   om  advei tisine columns. '   -. '  'f   -    -   " f -   tl  Save voui* vvile"won-*, and trouble by  seeing thnt joui-'kilchcn is lilted with  a. goo.l sink and that your houtS has a  bath  with   watei    laid   on.    Moseiop  Bios, cm fix it loi vou.    * ' j  The second annual bospiial , ball  luiileiythc auspices ol the Ladies Hospital Aid Society, will be held m the  opera house on Fnclaj iiighliManuniy  ���������23id Tickets lathes if L 00, gentlemen U 00.  Tne .best in the World,  ,Mail us 13 Royal Crowii ko.ip  Wrappers, find in return, vvc  o    "will mail a beautiful .Picture/1  size 10x20 ; or for 25 W'rappei s  your choice of over 100 books.  <jDrop/lis, a  post card,.asking  Ji'foi'J:i catalogue of, premiums,  to" be had   KKKIO, for   I-loyal,  Crown Sonj) Wrappers.,  Address' ,       r (  '- 'The^Royal Soap" Co.,'  Vancouver," B.C.       -   Limited.  P,  SF.   PETER'S  PATCHING.  HoJds^Chrjstmas    tree and  cei:.  ���������    f<-r    ' i, brat ion. \  One of,lhc most plcnsing evenings  spent by, lhc voung folks and then*  fi lends tv.is at^ J^he 'openj house M_ou-  d.iy night, when the, "Nin.is tree in  connection with &t J'elei'a Huiiday  schoohvv|aslbeld anel th? audience jW.is  cntei t.iined with "Timothy Tackham-  mei's Tov 'fcliop.'" The opei.t house  wns piettily dccoiatcd foi thoocc.ision.  IC Tayloi clcveily represented the toy-  maker. The Japanese dancing and  singing by the litt.Ie gul������ was excellent,  and a capital featxue w.i.-5 the -okliei  dull ol the boy- with Chin he Goulon  ;is Ciiptinn. The tumbling ol the  small bov s Inuiight down ilie bouse  Tlie Cbiistmas tiee vv.is splendidly  illuniinated. All enjoyed tlicmselves  well Ficelle-lit discipline was maintained, thanks to II. Goidon. supeiin-  tendent, of the scleool The i-iitcitam-  uiciit li-lieclt'd gi'..it cicdit on .Mi*,  Coiiisii'-i, who u.tilled thi' clnldicn  assisted by "-Alls, licoigc anil Miss  C!i.int. Mrs. iSpurling had clinigi-of  the costumes. Mi*. I'aget nii.uigctl the  nice ten nnd Meschunes l'oitet, Am.in.  L'rocuniei, Foibe*-. Misses l'.iget and  ripiuliiig. and Mess is. Coiu-ier nnd  Ani.iu gave valuable assistance.  How  it is   Worked <-WesC of ihe  '   "       Rockies.      '        '  -  One of the most impoitant bi .inches  ol tlie"-i.ulvv.iy system is the stall" ol 0.  P.ll dcspatclieis.On them deiionds moie  than oi-any othei branch the safety ol  the public and ti.inimcn. ' The tci-  lible accident on the Gi.tncL Titu.k- a  lew d.i.vs ago shows thc serious 'lcsults  ofan eimiyon the p.ut ol the despatching stall'. . '" "~  . West o,t the Kocky nioiintains thcic  ,nc Unee (lcsp.itchi'ng sl.itidns���������at  Yiincouyei,1 fi'cvoktoko an'd Kelson  Vancouver .covcis the 'field lo Kamloops; Kcvclstoke contiois the* load  liom Laggan to Kamloops and llic'A.  A' K bi.nich. ��������� Nelson* has charge of  lbe South Kootenay nnd Boundiuy  lines- * The -Vancouvei ollicc is m  chnigo'of.J Goodfellorw,lKevelslokc in  ch.u'gc of T. Ilpvvnie' and 'Nelson m  chingc of M.S.Fi.isei * At, each ollicc  is a vstall' ol thice nsjVtaiHs: each  woi King mi eight hour shilt, s;o that  eiich'iii'inulc of the tvventy-loiu hotiis  there is a li.incUin.chaig'3 o^f ihe ticker  at each dcsplTflching sfatio))  "T Df'fis Mr novvnie is known  amongst, thc "boys, ' hns been foi  seventeen   ycais   associated   with the  His  Successor'jTakes   Charge  on  y  ���������>      -     i' Monday, /  On Tuesday^ 10. Wilson, who has foi  the past eighteen1 months been r headmaster of the city 'schools, tendered  his iesigii.ition to tho trustees. As'  Mr. AN'iUotVs icsignaliun had ,bcen  ant iei paled the luistce.s had, been in  communication with lhc education  dep.Titiucnt, with a view to obtaining  thc most capable, mnn available for the  position. 'Tbo.depaitnicnt' Sli'ongly  iecommended 'Mi.( Millei, of Dawsoii  scliqol,*Vancouvei, and, the trustees  oH;cicd it to him He lyis accepted  and will airivc ni lime to cntcr'on "his  duties <it the rc-cpennig'of tho school  on Monday '"'-','���������      ,������       '     ',  Diuing'his residence in the'city ^fr'  Wilson "has'made many fiiends, hns  taken an active interest in the woik of4  the Mcthbdisf'Schuioh-and Bpvvoith  League,Iind lias in vniious other ways,  endeavored to piomote ' the public  intcicst' v    "    4  ' *���������  Corporation 'of the City, of Revelstoke  PROCLAMATION.-  'iSchool Celebration.      '   <>  ' '       "��������� i  ' Obsciv ing the notes, fiom ' tune to  time' in ,\our '-paper, TMr Fditoi, I  thought livvduld inn (low n, and see  this place Well I got theie just on  the'day the school was going to close  up and I just had a glimpse 'of the  teacher,,. Miss 11 "l\ Aichibald It  ccitainlv lcllccl-s gicat ciedit'on he-i ���������  the way thev school! .is,a' whole, went  tliioiigh' their . dillercnt pai Is, And  most oxcepluinallvt well did-the ynung-  (S,t, who had never belciio stood up -to  avast audience, and itcpe.tlod_ what  they h.ul leai nl- as they did  After school ,\vns -let out '.I went  aiound to sec the place and I soon  lound out vvlien I vv.isOii.the light oi  vviong iOiid, as all, (he-i. fnest  roads,     or     road      I l   should  Shuswap Divisions  The Late 'Adam McMahon.  Ulani Me.Unhon. l.ulier of Samue  Ylanies. Tlinni.i- and Willi  M.ilinn of Kevelstokt', died  on Monday nt the- lesieb iu-i  -on .lame-. 'L'lie nunietliiitt  tlt-ith wa- bf.ut , l.iiliue'. I'-v-'  SI) veai- ot .iu;i' and i-anie- to I!'  l.i-t yeai ficiii Mmu'wall, .Man i*'  cea-i'd inul been iu good In ilth op ;  the tui-i- of In- in .itit. lb* v\ i-  n.itiv.-t.l Aim.i'-h lulln*l 'nd ( >ii  w.i'.-;. G. ."Y MeCaite-i" i- niieiCste-ci t"('.iu.*da a- a bov lie -'it' .1  v.iib him in thi-claim. The propel ty King-tun vv h.-u but a u vv hut- n- - i.  i-r iiiveiiif-iuly-itu.itevl. lie-nig   wuliin   the -ft'* of the pi' -i ut i itv      II- n.i'  or ro.ici i ' siiouui say,  despatching dcp.u tment of the C 1' H I is liom the station novv'no.ulv  Ilest.uted vvitli the company' ns a j completed *" to ' Mr ������������������ Andeistni's  int-iiibci ol the- de-patching sl.ifV.it 1 ight,past llie school bou������e "^t-Well 1  Noith Sin ie in   1885.  and vvc lemcni-   goL back to ihq stalion nnel found (nil  lnii_J)aving ^Jie.iid lhc   Kite'  Suptvl thcic vvas a Uaiu^ikoly to -top at in  -  IHisehesna'v tcstilv ,Jo ,the supciioi iiy Ibnc and pick up" one passengei .\n  ol Mi Dovvnie's fcjo'ik when he had lo maybe two. *so luasluckv. Af- I  c.u ry it on in a bo\ c.u undei gieat i stood lcjoKing at the countiy aioiuid  dillicultics in those early days Mr ] and saw'all the(,new buildings going  Dowi",ie came- west in 1880, nnd vvas ' tip, 1 thought what a great opening  stationed for eleven vears at Donald, [ Iheio .was licit- im n sawy mill, 1 un bj  when that vva.- Ihe superintendent's the l.u meis' as ,in .issociatior.. Just  lit.idqu.iitcis   foi   the  Mountain   nnd j about this time a voung man accosted  mc and asked me u thcic w.ii a .cheap  rate to tie cO.ist as 'he would like  awfully well to go down, nnj "way to  Sieaiiious Bul 1 did not know,  whereupon he took a long look up the  track and then tinned back the vv.ij  became. Well, I waited nnd waited  for thi- tram which should have been  heie. and like .ill good pei sous do, nnd  not go oft and expect to catch it when  I wnsieady. So I tinned into the  posiolbtQ and i mini icd if I could get  a cup of tea Oh my to seeUlio child-  icn lieie.intl 1 heaid all tlie- news in a  shoit tunc befoio,! got my tea down  and I ic-el --iiityil' ;ill comes to [i.isa  Nevv- Veai ni.iv see lively linn'- in  .   >������M  \ /\-^\V JM.il.ikw.i  ^m$0%%>'      -ss*^^y^/\ '     ' ('K'- no! S'"*- *l,,nv   ������������������'���������l'u  "'-I't   I'i(*-  WXtfipi ^te^nwr NV Xv\      ' feiing to -pend a d.i'v in Uevi-lstoKe .is  V^ J^f"!.     V/\   ^   V"  .' bnd sfune iiieiH'-fo .-co.      So I   vva-  IjzwfcfiM/'"   ' \\Fa^'-"N I ju-t gob.g to jump up on the train   in  , ,       /        e I ,  IJUIUjIO iVOTICIK is li(jii;liy civ on lo.Lliu eicc-  i loisof Iho Miiiue-i|i.ihl.v ot UpveMoKe* lli.it  1 .ictiuuc Uu, picscnco ol tiio.s.nel olceloisat  ui} Qlllcciiin It'll t: 1 bill No't'. in the said oily, on  tho 1-Jlli el.ty of .l.imi.u j, l')(W, at 12 o'clock noon,  Itii- the i|iuiio-,c of c-lOGliiiK poisons to lopiosont  them in lhc iiitinieip.il councili ���������is'-JIayoi- and  .Udoiinen, and also foi tin* puriio-oot electing  a Hchool Ti uston.     -j    ' j-  'I'ho mode of nomination of tiiiitlitl.itcs&liiill  boa������ follows: j i't'  The candidates shall he ifotnititdcil in vviitui{?  tlio' wiilniK tihiill be- hiihSLiihed by Ivvo \oicis  of tho nnniiciii.dit.v iia pioposci and seconder,  and shall he-delivci cd to lhc luLiiinini,'oflicci  .itaiij time between the (late ol Hi.s notice anil  'J |> in of tiled,iv of thu nomination; and in Ilia  uveal of a poll being iietcs-,n , -noli poll will  he opened on Tluu-day, Iho 1'iLli dav ol .I.iiiu-  .11-}. 1!MI, in Lhc CiLjuot rtovol-loLo, and kept  opc-n helwccn lhc hoiu ol nine in Ihe ton noon  .uul llie limn dfli.-ill p.isl sijtcn in Uie.UU inoon  ioi tailing antl lectiuliiig the \ oles ol lhc lIco-  loi- ol tlicsaiil City, ol winch c-vcrv* iJC-iton is  liorobv lcquiicel to .l.-.ko" notitc and govern  himself nixoiilniglj. ,    , '  'l'hc iicioons tjualilied lo ho nominated, lor  .mil rcloclcel ns niii*,or bhnll be such poisons a-  aic in.tlo Uutisli -uliiects nl tin* full age of  tvvoiitv-ono veils and nie not ili-qualillcd under  anv law, and have heon for tho-i\ nioiithaiicst  pieteding llicd.i.v ol iioiiiiu.ition Iho icgisleiuel  ownei-in thc Land liegistiv OIIicq ol laud or  icd inoiieil.vi in tlie Cilv ol Ihoii-stssed value  on lhc last Miiiin.ip.il -V-scssincnt liollofOnu  'I'hoiisiind Dollnis or nio1 u over and above an.v  icgi-leied inuiinlii-iiiHoui ehaigo,,intl ulio.uo  tpllii-iw 1st-(lull qualified ns iiiuiucipal \oleis.  'I'lio poison- iiualilied to he iioiiiin.iluel-.ti el  elected ns altloiinen sliall^lic such ptisons as  aie male liiilibh suhicels ol tlio .full age ot  twenty one u'ai- nnd nicnol (li-i)tiiiliilcil iintlti-  anv law, ami have lie-e-n foi tliosiv inonths ne\t  pice ill i g ihciliij of iieiiiiiiiiiiion 1 lie lcgi-tcicd  ouiKi, m tlie L.ind Itcgi-U) Olllto, ol lu-d in  ie-.il piopcity in the Git\ of the.i-.c���������cel \nlut-  on the 11st iviuiiicipul .Vsst���������imfiit Koll uf l-'ui;  llinithcil IJnllai- tn moioi oici nnd aliene?aii)*  lcgisleied lnciiinlnancuoi cli.uge antl who an.  oLhe-iwi-i',t|u,ililieil n- iiiutiiupnl voteis  'l'lie iiei-tnis'riii.iliiicd to lit- iioiunali.il ttirand  ulecleil us School 'I'i usiee -hall he such pei-ons  ts .no liousehcildols and licing liutisli sulijccts  ioi the full ago nt Iwcnlv one ) e.ii^ and olhci-  wisc (iiiahlled lo vole at an I'lcclion olkSchoi,l  Tuistcc'i. ' ,   > *  1 Hvcij e.indid.ito nnmin.iled shall sigmfj hy  a uiilnigaccoiiipnn ing lhc lioiiun.ilion papci,  hi-consent ttisiuli nominiilion, e\ccpl iu c.i.se  sin h pci-on ho alisenl lioiii������,tlio'-|iiiiiiici|i,ilit,v  w lien such .ib,ciiee! -hall he staled in the noim-  ii.i I ioii papei       '      \, ,1  l.vci} tiind-rlnli* lioininnieel -hall, onoi hc-  foie Hit-hem n' .';. in of tlio (liVtiol iioniina-  lion luiiii-ii ll.t.' liclunnng'Ollit-ei; with a  sl.iteinonl in wnt'iig, spt'o-tving'the luud.oi  io,il piopeitj on wlncli lii'i|ii,tii(lt'-,   '  liivon undei mv*Jlianel nl  IIcvel-ioKc this 3lsi  _ dnv ol DccciiiIici   UI02 ^   . v  y ^    , iii-.Nuv, rLOvn,  f       *   t( Kcl lulling Olhc-cr.  ,. '   by'tho ICoothxay Mail to the p.uc- up subse-riber who  > '   '     ' first mimes    < .    '  ,4 4 ' !  ' to he Mostf'Ejffecti'pei Jfl&tJertisemeni:-  " ,       e     fe. ' ' d '  '   appealing in our ceihinins dm ing the month of .lanuaay, ]00M.,.  ,s' i Tbnlndvlii-tisemonl will,be considered the winner which icceives "   '.  , ,   tin* largest iiuinliei of votes.       '        ' W , ' ,'.,,. *������  ,'   The contest vv ill close on February 10th.    '        ,  Oompt-titois,vvill   plense  clip (put the attached ballot paper, (ill f  fm, nnd atldiess ,to  the Koot'EXAY AIai'l Oi-"J-if:n,-Revelstoke, <* .  mill king o,iirthe top li;ft coi net- til' the envelope "Advertisement; >  conli'Sl,g, so Lh.it it mny'nol be'opened. till the, date of (-losing   '  ,*'  the coinp.-t ition.(      , r    ' .< " '   e _ ^  The result will be amioiineed in our issue ol'Febi-uai-y Illth. -   f    r  'IU  COX/TOJV;  s-       , , *-'       I ,  f lii-i-eby vole fop the advertisement of   .  "       *'        .    -   -i ���������   *"    '  p - ��������� ji  uary,(;.  iu your columns  ippe.uing in  the Koothnay jMaii, of .l.ui-  ml  ,'1003, as iiitmy bpinioii Llie.most elVective 'ntlvei tiseiuent     $  I ( '  -1  I-/  N.i uu'  .- '.^-1^*-er^4^A4j-,i*V4'  ^WEr?^  Address       '..  jH  i-Pf  ���������On  STSEgF^ucffrspgss-Bgasii  ,4  ���������.Tlioii   use   Ihe Adv t-i lisingVeolunis oi '  the   ICoonswCv M.ui.flo  pnieun- b.i'r-'  gains in' Houses ,ind Ili-.il instate. 4'      \  '   Many a 111,111 hi'is ,see 111 eel  a* ivnluabli**1  bat gain by .i'dv erl ising in I lie '  .--  ._ ' , .KOOTENAY MAIL.-' /   \  YTry it, nnd niiL'e I Iic-ji psulls , '   s  Tbc   (ost   is   low-   mid   Ihe   1 el in us  pionipl niul sali.slat tin v.'     ,        ,   ,  i'.������sS;-,  If  f  y  T&P*'  am    Me-  C   In.VVN'I  suddenly  i>l ot I11-  The .  ih- 1  X  I,. -1 b. .---, tin-  Ii.  Ve-I-toke  c tu-.- 0.  it -put  iii' .' -  t nl ir- 1������    W  M  '.*'!)   til  a- u v\ 1-  r -M. 1  .11 1  I   i  ,-i nv  ���������vel-toh'  [tbc morning vvlien I saw I was 110t the  I onlv one oi two going this wav  either  They ilo -ay tbeie's ,1 lot (if"piii5eiiL'eis  trt'intr and coining to heie" and   I   b'--  1 li"Vi'it .ind I belli m*  moie   thin   that  too   1,nn- will tei! if I an. light.  M ilakvv 1   i-   .ill   ri'-il.t     and     well  lb���������.-.��������� s tin ..(ie,J 11,11110 -In* has.  For Sale ~  TWO llosielcnccs on  .Mi.lCcn/ic  Avenue, wit  modem lnipiovcmenls, 15- "''JO each, on easy  Iciin-. "      '  TWO Tirsidencc- on Thud  f-ticel en-t, vciy  convenient lor i.iilvv<ij   men, ^l.idll each  ca-> tei'in-.  OXK lie-ide-ncc on  Ku-t "-licet cn-l, e-.i-hic  eiiined S)0<>, -ubiecl lo moilgiige       -       '-  A PliI j 10  ii.vKVKY, jicc.vn'rnii & I'lxicii.ur,  - NOTICE.  "VTOTIOK is licichy given that Unit v tl.iys  J_N ,ifte-r dale 1 111I0111I lu applj to Iho llonoi-  alilc llie Chiel (.*(,niiiii,s-ionei- 01 Land- .mil  Woiks fm a-| ecial lieen-o lo cut .mil eauy  .ivv.i) linihfi- Iiiiiii the follow ing tle-sei died land-  Coiuincncing at .1 po-t 111.irked "0 hi Jleni-,  X K po-t," situated on the we-t hank 01 lhc  ("oliinihia 11\ ei abouL tlevcn nule-s -oiith of  X.iku-p and iiuining noilli 11)ehniii-, thence  west Hill chain- llienee-ouln 10 ( Hani- moie or  le��������� to hunk ol Columbia nie-r, thence cast, ll/i  chuuis moio oi less, lollowing hank ol nve-i.lo  point ol commencement,  11. fe'l. J)LSI-:.  Xakii-p  li. ('., Dec. l-l. I'lOJ  POLITICS.  "VTOTICK   is herehy given  tli.il   tlintv  ihiys  .N *"ntiei- date I niteiul to nppl.i lollu- llonc'i-  alilo Uu*  Chief   Ciiiiuiii-���������lonei   of    Lands   and  Woik- l.irspteinl lice-ii-c-tnctll iindeatij iiw.ij  timber   liom   llie-   lollowing   (le-euhed   land-.  ('iininieiiciiigat ii pu-l ininkcel ".I. II.   Ill old's  X". 1". cniuer.   -itti.itctl on  the- ('nliiinbiii uvt'i-  aud,itil|t>iiu<ig  Km Inn  tiiwn-iti' on tlio-enilli.  the me -oiith FII ch.iin-.illH-iiee we-t llleli.iin-.  | thente- noi lh M)t Iiiiiii-. lllt-nec t-i-t   lu chains lo  [ plnci'nl beginning, couliiiuitig ,IJH lien--,  iitttio  oi It-���������.   Tin-liiiul vmi-tin null*, pio-i iiipttd bv  , one- Align- McLeod but nfli-nuiid- ah miltmcd.  .1.  II.    DKOLI.T.  Nakusp, li. ("., Xov.i'lh, lilt.'.  !���������)') ft ft of the W.ivesly   waucou   io.ul.. vvaid- moved to moik wall. Man  Ore    of   high   value   is being steadilv I     The    lcm.im-    vvcu-    - nl   '.i*t   "t  tak'n   out   .Mid   :*.   good deal   will In j Wulne-day   ioi    uitnmi-nt     'A ub in  l-.idy for .-hipnunt bv -pi ing | McMahon ace-onipnuv ing tin in.  OYSTER-    -  CRITERION.  Stamp    Mill   and   Electric    Plant  Purchased.    u  ��������� ii,.-, i ,-1  ',.   mil i  ��������� 'in  un  -'���������ii     I  i i .   tit'-'  n . n i i t'  . 11vv iv - iy-:     "If lij  I   i uti!.|  dt ivc i'lHiii  ��������� vv ii i .ui    .nlten all -  vm old do it  and if !  cKurii'ic.vn; oi imi'kovk.mk.vi.s.  -"-     ~      '" j...    hfr s,  istbettei liuin ti Ggulurv*   IJiitinnni y bul  I      j I " *s>^  the otherwise. ������������������"*   '        *   \  Our'woi dsto yoiLtoday are*. >    ,     ff  Havh Vo'un Piiix'i'ixn 'ok tiij: IJiss^t ., *  .Si'YLi:'anm) .Quality' x 'I'tn-oii'r noVn  : *0!(ni-ii( oivrni' z. -   _  _^.   >   u jj_..   .r  ��������� IC00TFNAV ilAIL.'    '    '      '  Otdersby post liave piounil. nttenlion  ttU^.-r^^Tr:^!;-.-!  REVELSTOKE  SKATING" I3VUHV  lOVflXING  FROM S TO 10 O'OLOGIv.  Band Every Wednesday Night  1 i. V  ADMISSION 2."ie.  SEASON TICKETS-  Lnilies.^ .               .            --...      . $'! 00  Gentlemen y '     .'.">00  TIGIvKTS  FOli, SALU AT  Ccinada Ding A- Uo-ik Stort-,  .I.A. lMillei A: Go,  Roy Sni} ibr-'s 'L'cli.it-ti  SI ore.  Rink ComptiiiY.  'I'liciuiii'in^tiatiir-of Iho t-l.ile of .loiiii I).  Ilo.vii. i'.i.ceiisi tl. tillt i- ftn .-ulc bv ii-nili-i tlie  pmpiily in ibc- Hig licnil tli-lut-l kniiVMi n.  'Iltijil's ll.iiuh," .ilsii lhc t Iiiiiii I piopi-ilv  tlii-i'i.on. n list of v Inch in.i.v In -te-ual iht-uillt f  ol '.nt- iiiidei-igiictl.  'I'eutli-i- will h ��������� ii'i'fivi tl uii in l''i'b.,lsl I'.iii I.  Thu ailininisi i a| n\> vv ill not be buliuil lu nt fepl  llll- lllglll-l III-It'Ij Iciitli-r  IIAIiVKV, lb f.VltTKII X* 1'IXICII \M.  .sullulliii- fur Ailiniiiisliiitoi-.  lit volstnkc. II. ('., Ni,\. iiTili, Hi1-'.  Halcyon Mot Springs  ^fantt art-urn.  rpIIF JMROK'AL WATISHS of' llal-  \_ cyou aie llie most tm-.ilivc m llie  vvtuld. A pi-rli'i I, naluial leinedy lor  all I>Jci vous iind M us( ulilr "diseases ,  Lives-. Kidney and Stomach ailment s  and 'Metallic- Poisoning. A -metitri-  lor '"."biit Tn ed I'Veliiig.' Spi'ii.il  inte.i on ah boats and .li.urs. Two  mads ai live nud ,di pm t I'veiv dnv.l  Tt-legi.ipb coiiiiiituiic.it khi Willi all  pm Is ol 111'* vviuld. An e\p( ileiiu'd  inass.ingei. ������������������  Halcyon Hoi Springs  A-VOtaJ Z.aHc. 23,~C     y  ���������ml v i -ti^t  11111 v   I   vv.  Social and Personal  GRIP AND PASSWORD.  -     ('.    I        11.   -  The nnnii il eli t ti ui   oi   "'li ��������� ��������� -    oi  I.iidgt' Itovulty >o 211 vva- ln-ld m t'i<  lodge    iniiiii   on   Tin-dav    ni_t 1 >r   .la  M--  II'i'-ki- r.-,-u,   i i-mllr* ii - pir >   >l������ i-    fnlltivv ing >" Mig   , b r-I, tl        J'i-I     I'n-l-  nt. S D i lov.Jt, I'H-idi'Dt    I'r   J   f  V.ti. T ij i<������* i- ii V i ,i mvir '  I    il   Himi  1-ft VV. In.-iliv f,,ri)i(*i������t-i  M  J. O lira 'i vv t-1,     i vi-n   tn   V. r-in  Un  do  Y   'i  tun pin  . t,ur,( I t .  R.-  ���������.liu   tin- ,  |i  |.  Ill  II   I'n  '., , ,!.  | (.".in lit In i-     \ it  Tii" Q.i td-ill. ( lub will  cm.  a  in i.ijui rub , -oils* Tl( a-iil'1   .1    I   W'loiliow  bill on F-b -".rl  , ,illVi -,-   |,    j{ilk, ,     C|,,,,!,,���������  fro nth'c,;..!T���������!i.'l.,>    "" r":''" ''bain.   ( ,,l������������������ntti.,,l'-il     W     <���������    \\   il-i.li  V  I".  I'liipp-   in ui i.-i r tmii-ritl liiuk    ������-m,ll    \      Mom-    and     D   Willi-      hum  ������������������    ��������� M . ul i\. r'-nirniiu'TiK-'l 13 jGllalil, 'I    -i-.l'ilii!    Out-ld"  G.i.'ld    W  Tin Will n."  VVork.T-  -,������ici\   of lhc   pi-'.In-    Lavviilie, .Tiii-tii-    I    I',    Long   Iiid   ~  t "i i i. liu-'li ������ill iinhl   in <'iitcr! iiiiiii, nt   in <i     v,     .I,   ,.,  ,i .,[,��������� | At i il ll i III  K 1 Wufl in iiiu- r ,,f Mt,l-i.n- lliml in,l  vtid -|h i' i ii'i.tin i��������� null Mr VV ir I -).-,.ilu r  T M   VV ,r I   11 S, i-.,i.  (vriM iinoii fnrni.-rl) ,,f tin. Iin|,rii! II mk  liitf. i- -" id '.villi piit-iiii'.iiii.t in N.iiii-.xivci Unit.  ),i- Iif,: i- il,--|,.'iir,-il ,,f.  .1" Nili.'.-f  vv,'! thin I  in-t i'li.'  i  Wharf to b^ Built.  i.i.  'Hi  On (')iri-liiia- il.ij- th- innrriat.-.' vin- f-.-I*-lir.-i!������-.��������� I j  a! S ilui.iii Arm <������f S. VV, M.-ttriiir,- with Mi., t  I.:-.!_'h'.i.i. formerly nr li..v.*l-t���������k.'. I  Li  -t I- ritlay (".���������.���������niiiu- Mr-. Sitilmlil l,i.|,| a parlv  i , h.-r hnn-.-. I., which iilimu -ixi"<u p,.,,|,|f  v.,-.-,. iuvit'"l. Kiiclir.- vvii- tl,.- iirdi-r nf ihi- ,.v,--  ii:,!i���������'. aiid afiervviird- -"in., iinl-ie vva-, ,-itj,i.v,.il.  An Al ll'.ii"-vva-t'iv.-n by lb.- I.aili,-. Alixil-  iiry nf lb.' II ni li, T. al lb- Selkirk ball nri  Mi.ii'la) uieiii. l"i aU.-li'l'-.l nn'l -|."iil an  f ij.iyal.b- lini... Ill,- k"iUi,.riiig li'i'.iu' a vit.v  . if-iabi," mi''. 'I'll.' lnii-ic vva- -,ip|ilii><l bv-  M-- -,-.. H-nn:.!.rii.. ipiaiin) aii'l 'I'uvitir Ivii-lini.  li i i -r-l-i'i nii'l II I'r.iilharl vt.-rc l!i,,ir uiaiia--  i--. 'I'll" iiiili"- |ir..vi.|.-.| aii "*:,-i-ll'.nl. |iiii,.|i<.,,ii.  Ii uiriir.- v.a- kepi uii llll .'I a. in.  I'bli-tlll.i- i Ill ia llv ilu. I'll ilil ri'll'-     " I  nn.  aii'l ilu-} ar" in.I.-...I tin vim,' a gay lini".   li.. iilt.   j  ll,..  viiri'.ii-  I'lirl-Ium- In'"  i-iit"riaiiiiin.iii. ,,r :  t i" itill"r"iit Suiiilay .-eb.itil-. then- ban- iilrcinlv 1  I,,.,-ii tun nr Ibri." private pari it- ii.- well.   .VI,-.. j  r,iiir-i"r h"l..l a   party nn Sal tir.bi.v i-v.-iiiin.', hi ;  vviii.-li I b" .'l.il'li.'ii iiiii.'Ii   "ii;n>it| a  ('bri-1 in;,. :  I -tv.   On Mmiibiv t'lt'iiiiiii Mi-- Spurlin:; mive a I  j ul" parlv. al which her .-mull |mpil- ami a few !  in ir" lilil" nil",  i.liiy.'.l III" ......I .ili|.fa.|iiiiiii.i| j  i'liii."-  Un-   liiii"|ii.|iil"iii    I.-in.I ,  pern luill.e.     ll i- lb.  VI     VM,   V    V|  On Ms   Oi    K'ouli n iv    i'. I^i     loi  till     I   ll-lllll'.'     }( .11,      VVI  II lll-t  I III ll    mi  St. Jt,liii ,s   night,  lbe, 27th, bv Installing MiiHU-r. W',,1'.    Ib'o. F.. ���������Triiulilc ns  follow.-.: J. I'..M.. W,,r. I'.ro.'(.'. lb,Itin;  W. M., U'ur. Mr.,. G.' A.   I.'roi-.iuiii.r;   S.  I W��������� lire,, II. N. Gtiiiiv.i'T: .1. W. .lie... A.  ' Mi:li:ic; li'.'u.-iiii'i'. l!io.'I'. Iv L. Tayloi':  I i-i'Creturv, I'.ro.  11,,'iiiu'l   I 'fii'dmi:   .-', D,  j l!ro, S. Slcl.i.iiiiild; .1. D-, I'.ro. W. Mor-  j ri.-.   S. .-'., liio.'G, .1, Aiiiiiii;   J. S . Urn.  j T.   li.    I ink-i'i",   I), (it C,  Iii',., II. A, I'p  i per; S. h., I'.ro. I!.   Htci.--:   Tyler,    l!in.  j A. Iv I'i iiliison.    W. ilu..   I'i'iiI I'lii-i'i-  v.ii'. pia-.-t'iiti'd  uilli   n Im in l.st.n i" I'. M,  I  j.'VV'l   ll.V   III''   llll'lllbcl'.-.       Al'li'l   I lie I'el''-  j inoiiy I lie lii'd.hii'ii   uilj-iiiriii-d   to   I be*  I liiiiif|iii'l.:ng bull,  Mi    uul Mi  ( '111 I-! III  I-     lil  I III   llll   ll'l. I - I  Wi    in    11  t 111111,1,'    ii i  I l|e  i-'lllll  )in i . r  1,'ill'  I  vv 11:  II,.   die  in. - I '     .    p. 1     i  -i t.y    - l   ny I i-l  s.-pui( r ol   pubhe  Hi  I'i-  in.  Oil   Nt-VV   V"lll'-   live  Ii <|.|  a   ball in Tnppiu  tir-l >.f vvbiil i- I., li" un annual i-vi-ni.   The hull  I illketl -.ery guy iiii'I f'-lin-with   il-   Mule  II,  CURLING.  Tin- Winnipi g    biiiiripicl   opens   i  .Feb. "ilh.  ;   As ii spi't'.iiil colii'leyy In Ihe Seolli.  'Uriel's, I he lloyiil  ('ailed'iniiui   Iropliy,  nitl   rt.zy t'tiriier-. mill  lbe Hour vvn- g,���������,,| In,m .'  pre.sent I'd  Iiy   Lord SI fill licol.n, will    be  i!:;;,!:v^Vb'"^..7:;'.ni:'b;;v"e;,:;xu^;^:i>;s'^re.i. n,i u\r i,y um i.-oyui (!..i.- i....  Ki-vcMoki-.    Al PJoclne-k i-vi'i-yiiiii- .-I tipped mnl | *;l I |-]e T* ,11 *| (.���������illllll III llll her of I III' Scol ch-  ftltJTM !1" "I."'!   "I 'I'   nf   111"  ti: il till |.ii-l,,'lii'i'l...'k vvilli  inilt-ll  eiiinyiiii-iil. , / tlUlllll ill IIM II 11(1 A llll'I'K.'ll IIS,  ..work--  11,rough Miir g..verninciit. ageiit, .Mr  I-"l'4iMi', Im- i'..|,.-.-!it(:d ti". h"'ip will  I'.oii.st.-lli*! ioii of whuri' nl. I'ay. '.- vvl,i.--|-  will .-Inr! on M'.i.ilay. 'i hi- i;- bi.gi.lv  credit,ible ti. aii i.'i,::i'el'i:('d. .-.ir n.i t < (1 :i-  vve in (: nl,',ii i. I 2 or I'i iiiil'--' i'r, .in  Thunder Mill ciiinp. Wln-i, ruud i-  -l rn iy hleii"il I bey iiil.'iu! -hipping nn.  fi'i.ui I hi ���������: p..in I. Then vv.e ha ', e I he  ,M,'i-.'u|, '.!' William-',nV eiiiiin.- ::���������) : 201 (  in il.'-- I'i i in i ! hi.-- j loin I .--I I If I for pro-, pec- ; j. .  lor- gtiiii:.' iul'i I bul.   eoiiiil i'.y    I hi.s    i ;,  I he  l|('iil'eJly l ll'l   i'h.','l|.l'.-l   VV'il.V    |.o',sili|e  I bice I he .-.liippbig  of ore   gel-   .sl:i||iil|  there nre oilier mine ow nei's  that   will'  follow suit..  I iin-|e|'.-'(,'i imI lbe- Thunder 11 ill coin  puny are In he hiu'l: nl work ucxl  miiiilh. -  V. It.,      n  K W'ATl'.i.'SON.  Brickiayei'' and Sicnemason  I- ". ,.,... ..ii. i.,., ,..i.- ,(,.,,.   i, i .  All Hi.i,- '.!   '-I-i- -. '.fi'-;.'   .ii,,!"i:.ii:(-i'.    .-���������  ol All. e. Aim i nml Mot In I Lnile Mini nil ('Iiiiiii-.  ,.|.i -iluuli-iii Hit l.iiiluiii Alining Division ol  1   ' i     W, -t Kniiii ii iv lil-lin l  Wlicn IniMuil- O.i Ilu- div idc In Iivk li   l.tsing-  inn uul I-ikiI t ii i k-.          'lAKLXOIK I-. Ili.il   I. Win. I-I.   HcVihiiv,  at ling ii- tgt nl In- VV. ll .I.icl.sun. I'n r Minn- (iiiiliiitle .N'i) U'li'ill), mil nil. sisl.v  tltvs I'lnni tIn d,itc lieu ol. lo applv In Ibc  Alining Iff < in tie t lorn Ci ililleiile (il linpiovi-  nii nis foi llie pm pose ul obliiliung iiCiuvvn  Oi ml (il ilu- above (I,mil  Anil  fin I lit i   like  iii/lii"   Hull in (ion, uiitlci  -. (turn ri7, nil' I hi i ninuit in i tl beliiit-Ilu-i-sii  .im i nf -in h I't i lilh iti ul I in in uv i ine ills.  Oiled Ilu- 1-lh tl i.v of (li Inlii-i, I'III.'.  vm. l iii vi:i:i;i-.\. p. l, s.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  Ill til' (riiinlA (Villi (if Ivlidll Illt.V hollb II III  1 I VI l-ttlkl III llll nun Ii i ol llll t -lid I ol .lolin  li   linvil   lull ol lit v. l.tnkf. II  C, ib ct ,i-i il  Niiiu. i-IukIi' ,' vi n Hi,it all pi isonshav In,;  i bin i i-raitis- tin i-laic ni I be-uul .liihn 1),  lin.il who dud uu oi .ibiilll Ilu- Jl-l (In) of Muv.  \ I, I'i"-' in n (linn d in-i-lul b.v pi I 1 il. [ in It I  t, In ,1.1 ii tn llal vi j. Alt Cm It i nnd I'uik  b nn -nil, iit,r-t loi Ibc iiliniiii-liuliii-. on oi  i , ion Hit i lb ,1 .V nf ,1 inu.ii v I'm I Ilu u nn mi -,  nidi i -��������������� - .ml dt (i i pi mn- and a lull -lull nn nl  I ,i nt ti ul ii nf Ilu ii (1 inn- .tnil Ilu iiiliiu til  ic i, in il uf in' I In Id I,-, Ilu miliilv ti ililiid,  ��������� .<(ll,i    i"h Ilu     nil .1 iv   lln   nilmiuisliiilois  V ll    |ii i    ii ,'    In   111   'nblili     Ilil    ,,.., Is   ol    Ilu  il. i     ,i il       li I 11,'   Iill     pill li -,   I lllll ll d     (111 II It)  i ti in,' ii g ilil milt I , Ilu i Iiiiiii- oI  v. lin b I hi v  i .h Ilu ii I, iv, nt.i ���������  Oil, ,| lb,   i ih il ���������; ol Not, mil. i   I'liii Vl:% IV     \b     ' III I ii    aid   I'INKII VVI,  W.l;,-ii,,|.4 !',��������� T.IV. liain. ,1. .11. Kellie nml Alex.  .Mclfilc   a.llililii-ll'.itofi!' llie -Hid t'rl.'ll.t,'.  ���������02>..  GRAZING REGULATIONS  U^'Sl-fc V7//../kJW pioeluilimis union;  ^-.-I'-f/ /)- T^jgj^ 11," liit.-l . Mpii-.U  .-~-V<..A'fe>5f"^ It-uii I Im k's   im  '1:^       "S  c. 1  For Manitoba, the   Northwest  Territories and the Railway Beit ic  British Columbia.  BILLY WILLIAMS'  ���������vii'iuvyi,'': i,k.1. i.i-:;.- p;  OYSTBRkS and clams  i-MKi.i,i'.n oi: ly-MKbi.Kii,  ill   i    ,    VAX!'hi ��������� VK-lf, li. i  READER.  '/'/, ,\. ���������;., Y<il:n ly���������i���������r,  yon ihi,uii/ !<i,/,/i,i,-i. i/.  Ill,  ��������� '.V .  y lo.  o    Ib.il.  e.  I<  p.'il loniy.i  lb- li  nn  '.vie  - all V'.'l  i-eiii  ���������ll!- appeal  III 1 ll  ib-l  hi/  .ip.l.  *l'i.'.. A *.  II,     Ol  Mail,  il-i iii  .',    lili-nl'oi'  l.i-iisi s foi giu/ing |,uip(i-cs nre i ,<nirtl ior n  bun ol I vvenly-ono vuu- ami Iho rt nt.a \ isnt  tin- iiile ni-1 Wi, 11 ills an lit it jiii minim,, p.i.v-  nhli hull ,vi inlv in uttv nice  Litnils mi liiilcd in a gin/iug Itn-e m iv In  will ilnivvii Im Ikhik���������le.nl tnery, -ale tl t'l.ill-  vvav pm pnsi s, bul no lenlul is i linigid or sui h  laud-liom Hit dull'up.in vvtiK,!,- I'lV.'v ,uo v-.ilh-  illllVMl Illllll   Ilu   ll tse.  A b --i e ol gnt/liu' I mils f, mil , nliileil lo Ihe  bin Ibeiiiin. bul lu nuiv, upon npplie.tll in lo  Ilu agt nl ol lionilnlon l.niuls ���������h|,un I'ltel i v em  Ilu 111-I p. nnil lo i ul on h'^ leasehold vvhiil-  ivii i|ininlilv nl liny ho ���������.���������. ,t.t,iiiii' for his  on n u e In, ol dm., the ,|i p.n tuiutil it'sciviug  Ilu-light IiiI-iii pi nn- ,., |,,nilici .uiplieiini-.  Vpplu iiiiiii lor ' ,.,/llu, |0���������MS 'ilioulil bo  .nidi lulu <-.,!, ui ln.pauintnl   o'   lbe   lu  ll I uu, Ollilvva '���������' '  i'. (i. Kiyvi,*-.  .���������-���������.���������i-relitf ,-, ]),,,,;,,-! iuuiiI of tbtj liiloi'iOl-. :  WANTED  r ANTIvh TO I ,'.K XT    live n.i,,,,..,I  COAL  GOOD, CLEAN  DOMESTIC  LEWIS   BROS.  Yuill' piili'iiiin^i* Kulicil.eil.  VV  Vieli.i-iii. I  \ \ r A NTI'lh    (iiuiil   Im-liini'ii I'm-log-  \V      vfi','. '��������� 11111 > -*.     Wage- !���������;-."> lo :>; in  iiliil hnn id.  A p| i I.v Viub'-' 'ol 11 in Li, i Linn-  be-r I 'o., ,\'nl'iis-p,' li, <;,  stai.'T a paV'ixi; i;i .sixi-:ss.  I'ci'ome Inilepi'inli'iil nml be yimr own  IIOSS. A new mail onli'i- husiiies-i,  cull be cfiuiliiil.i'il by nnyoiic, iiii.v-  VV'hcre; $l"i In $.'10 per week cisily.  Kiii'lo-i- !,liiin|i I'm- pni'lii-iiliii'.-e nf in'ir  iiiiil'V'i'lloii-I.V Micce.-isl'iil phi ti. Mil,  1,1'onni'il, lliuidiis, Out.  FOR SALE  Dry Fir and Birch  I hi! by iiiMcliinciy lei ro i|uii i-el .-i/.e.  . All iiivli-rslel'i,, ,-iI. W, ,\l. LiHv'i-eniv'.-i  or I be Km ill'imy M.'iit ciMit-i* will rci't-i ve  pi'iililpl ul lellliou.  "vV.  I'LK.MIXli.  PRINTING.  rniiK.   k-ootkxav    mail   jop.  ���������������, I'rinlinj; I )ep.'irl uieiii. is i-ipiipped  u'hb ||M, iniesi, Mid lu'.si, iiiat'liiuci-y,  ami ,, |i(|.jr|. ii������������������tirliiii'iit. of I'lisliioiialili'  ')'' pi- I'nci-s, We solicit orders I'm nil  !* inils of iirinlii!-.'-no job bcinj'; l.oo  Inrtp' nud mine loo small, (lari'l'ii, nl,-  I en I inn is ^i veil nil work, nnd sni isi'no-  lion gii.ii'iinlci'd. A li'inl order will  convince you lliul il pnys to linvi-yniir  printing done ui, the Kouli-uny iMnil  ol'llce,  ll-vel-tiike.  gi,itlti.iIf  ill  MSly-bve dollnis* iiiiionlli lo toinnienci*  pitman's Business College.  Oppo'-iti1 llolcl V.iiieouvi'i  WRAPPING   MPf%  M'D  PAPER  SAGS.  The Koolen.i.v M.n'l bus lueii  appoinled .igenl lor *���������������������������- (l1  the lamest Canadian I''1!"-'1  Mills.  Wrappini,' p'pti- in 'o'bs or  llal, and paper b.ij,'s of all  vvcigbts nnd si/i-s supplied I"  Older pi tn It cl in uupiiuUd.  Kootenay   Mail. Revelstoke.  UNION  s.U  ti n a ti d s ^���������-���������������5ffisiS>  ''Our Special" &. "The Union.',  H. A. BROWN  PROP.  ii  REVELSTOKE  B. .C  MERCHANTS,  AVe en11 supply  vou vvitli a  lli'sl clnsri  loose lent' li'd'n't'i'.system which i- belter  than those vou s-iut ci.nil, for ni.d ih  only a third' of' Hie pi-ice.. I'alroni/u  luiiiic iudiislrv nnd fii'ud us your ni den'  I'or lc-osi: leal' li-(.!is"'IK ;lll<1 fi <|nisitf.-  I lll'l'l-f .11'. ,.       .  Ham lili-.'intid priee.i "ii  iipplii-iilini).  Till-: KOOTI'bVAN' MAIL,  llcvelsl.oke-  3L. 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