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 Silk handkerchiefs, 30c, 35c,  and 40c. -  Chenille table covers, 75c  Velveteen, 75c. per yard.   -  The,English Trading Co:  ^  J&-,  S3  1  A,  ���������A  '"A*AiA^\sUT!i'M./^Av   //V  //  %-&  ������������������ -��������� ^ j  **���������//  s..,s,vcrv.  /$&/&&/  V ^  -l--j  A^'l  .'rf!**'/ "-"  <f> ^ %^  ,-'"  ./--  N.-  21b. tin Crosse & Blackwcll Jams Age  Phillippc Canaude's Sardines - - bOc  Old Erown Windsor Soap���������eight  cakes for  25c.  Glycerine Soap���������per box ----- 30c    ,   :o:  -  The English Trading Co.  Vol., 1.���������No. 41.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.O., JANUARY'li), 189/  $2.00 a Year.  OF   REVELSTOKE.  A LIMITED   NUMBER   OF  P  s  ���������Et-aJhi  At Reasonable Prices.  Lots can be Bought upon Exceptionally Liberal Building (Conditions.  -   I  ___n '_ ,i -  For further information,' terms, maps, etc., apply to  T.  L. HAiG,      '  ' '������       Agent* for C.P.K. lands at Revelstoke.  --"-*-!"���������������-*-������������������ *.3".-g g^g-r-i  REAL ESTATE M  COLLECTIONS MADE {EXCEPT RUNTS)  - ' " i" i ' '  A        RATES 5-PEJI CENT.  T]  :bbe, 'Foeii  A. H. HO  I     ,  OF SWANSEA AM D' WIG AN,  7 ' '    ' , t -  ' Analytical Chemist and Assayei  A Sloean Prospector Ini-ei'vieY/ed.  ilr. if. Gr;i(ly, one of the discoverer's  of the Grady group  of .mining' claims  near Four Mile Creek, was intei viewed  during his .stay-in   Vancouver while  en route for California, and as Mike  is one of! the most successful  of West  Kootenuy's prospectors,    bis woi-d  is  thought ii great deal of.    In the coiir.se  of conversation with the  reporter, Mr.  Grady said thai, the Alpha   and  Mack  Bear claim.'-', which were sold to Seat tie,  capitalists 1-3 months'ago for $70,000,  were, being successfully  worked by the  new company, "and   that,  the   former  mine had already yielded SOU or 000 tons  of ore which run about 120 ozs. per ton.  lie and ins partners had still tlie freehold   of  five  other   similar    claims.  Several rich finds had been  made during the past year at Four, Eight and  Ten mile creeks on  Slocan Lake.' the  ore containing a   good deal   of ruby  and natural silver.    Some gold-bearing  ledges, containing  from  $10'lo$300to  the, ton. were discovered  near the foot  of the lake.   The  find,  however, was  made litre' in  tbe fall and the claims  have not yet been developed.  Many men_aie employed b'y trie Various companies, but tliere are laboring!  men enough-nnd to spare to do'all the  work at present. The'cry is for capital,  to develop t.h"e rich oiaims already dis-  covi.iL'd, as niost'of the, prospectors  have not. money enough to procure the  fibcessary plant. The present decrease  in the price of silver- i.s beginning to  trouble, some of the companies-, and  should Ihe quotation remain below GO,,  a, number of them will probably otop  work! allougli it is quite possible to  continue * and make profits, at that  figure.'' " ���������    -  Another Great ������iv  po- in  Toi*  *u  Accurate assays made- of all kinds of .minerals; water,' milk, etc..  Kotjtenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F.&A.M.  The regular meetings  are held in the Mus-  onie* Temple, Bonnie's  ��������� TT.ill. on the thiril  ^= Monday in each  ic*^ month,  .it   S   p.  in.  - Visitini;   brethren  eoniiiilly welcomed.  V. CI.AGK. Sr.CKliT.AKV.   '  ^REVELSTOKE   LODGE,   I. O. O. F.  Ketfuliu- meetings are held  in Odd fellows' lln.ll every  't'iiiii-sd.iy nit^lit nt eight  .'clock. -Visiling brothers  cordially welcomed.  'J. I. WOOD ROW, Sue. '  GUY  BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLEK.  Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, B.C  HALCYON SPRINGS HOTEL,  ARROW   LAKE,  IS now open, at these celebrated,hot  springs, for the. accommodation of  guests. Rates. $1.50 to S2.50 per day.  Baths 25c. each, or five for $1. Special  rates to families or by the month can  be arranged. ���������* ,  DAWSON, CRADDOCK &  CO.  tl  ���������furniture;  Boops, Sashes & Blinds.  -A���������;o:   R. HOWSON,  *   <���������  A. McNEIL,  BAIUJSR. SHOP AN3 BATH I-tOQBl,  7 , ^ '  Front Street, Revelstoke.  Haircut,  25c;  Bath, 50c.; Six Shaving  Tickets for S..00.  R. S.-WILSON.',  MERCHANT   TAILOR,  Revelstoke Station.  First-class Material kept in stock and  First-class Workmen employed.  KEVELSTOKE.  COFFINS  CAR11EED  IN  STOCK.  AGKNT I'-OH SINlilltl aEVV'IXG  MAC)(INKS.  General Blacksmith.  JAS.   McMAHON,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  3L_ J������l. ZEnR-ZESTS,  .BUILDER.      ,'   '  Will figure on all kinds of  Buildings ; all kinds ofHo use,  Store and Ojfice Furniture repaired or made'io order; all  kinds of Skopivorli in' my line  neatly and promptly executed by  skilled and experienced hand.  GO TO THE WOOD BUTCHER  von YOUR ' '    '  ngian  Toboggans & Sleighs.  .Manufacturer of all kinds of  Furniture.  FINK   UPHOLSTERING   WORK.  Old Furniture Renewed  In First-class Style.  E. PiCARD, Revelstoke, B.C.  Repairs to Wagons, &c.  Shoeing a Specially.  THE REVELSTOKE PHAHsViAGY.  ���������n  NRW   STOCK JOF  STATIONERY & FANCY  CHRISTHASlioODsTlTKlTiN^  The New TOILET SOAP,  SIX TAT.LOTS  l''uli   -iuc.  THE REVELSTOKE PHARMACY.  Chas. A. Dana on Newspapers.  In"an address fo the students of Cornell University last Friday (Founder's  day) Chas. A. Dana, editor of the New-  York Sun, said :  A newspaper i*-* a primary necessity;  that a  man must have'his breakfast,'  . i,  but he must also .have his paper.__ After  describing the wonderful type-setting  machines,'he'spoke of,the greatly reduced cost of paper, aud said that it  w;ts so "cheap now that some papers'  with a circulation of 100,000 could run  oil' tin additional 100.000 ,at little cost  and''ship  them to, say, .Glen Falls,'to  be  made-into  paper   boxes,   but   thi*-"  newspaper got the benefit) of additioual"  circulation.   There were two kinds of  newspapers!���������one   for   sensible   people  and the other for fools.    lie.had high  testimony that there were reitain portions of every community made up of  fools, and  therefore  it was-perfecily  right to  piovide ,for   them   in   newspapers.   Some newspapers were taking  care of this class;   in fact, making a  specialty of it. The, Sunday newspaper  Mr. .Dana thought a good institution.  If it was  wrong  to  make  it,   it-  was  wrong to read it.    The American people had stamped il v������ ith their approval,  as the circulation of the Sunday paper  vvas double that,of the daily.    People"  complained   because,    perhaps, . there  were noxious things in newspapers, hut  there always would be. The newspapi.r  vvas ( he mirror of the day's events, and  had,to chronicle the good things and  the bad, and ns the bad predominated  it- naturally  followed  that something  noxious would' have to be  chronicled.  If one' paper did not print a cei fai))  item people would   take anolltpr that  did.   Mr. D.uin then spoke of the vital  necessity of a newspaper having independence, and also  said a newspaper  man must, have a complete education  or especial  knowledge of  the English  language, otherwise lie may write that,  which he does not mean.  The  City  Will   Purchase - Four New  Steam Engines.  Last  week's   lircs   were   tho    most  destructive in   the history of Toronto.  On Sunday Melinda street, from Yonge  to  Jordan,   suffered  to   the extent ,of  nearly   one   million   dollars,, and   on  Thursday another conflagration started  just wliere Sunday's lire left oil*.  After,  burning   furiously   for   four   hours   a  downpour of rain fortunately prevented  further   damage.     The  fire  broke  out in the Osgood by building.at 7 p.m.,  arid an hour later every floor had fallun  through  to the cellar.   From "the Os-'  goodby building the  flames spread to  the warehouses in the rear, to Wellington, street, and .pimping that thoroughfare attacked the  premises of Kilgour  Bros., Hunter, Rose & Co,, andBuiitin,  Reid & Co, while  the large"  dry goods  and. woollen   warehouses   of   "Wylde,  Gi-.-fisettefc Darling and \V. R Brock <fc  Co. narrowly escaped destruction.  The  firemen weie handicapped by poor appliances and lack of water, but-worked  hard . ,-iiid    faithfully.      Tbe    burned  district included -20 .wholesale houses,  and Ihe loss'will be much greater than  at   Sunday's" fire,  and  tiie estimated  insuiance will aggicgatt* about haiFa  million.       The' cans,*   of   the   ft'. (> "i-s  ancrilx-d   ,to'a leak litre  of .-gas  iu  the  buildings 'ftdjoining .jS-.iiicui.y'',   bl-ize,  ot.Ciisioiied   bv  the" distui'liaiic^ of the,  i>  gas mains and pipes a!, that time.    It i.-,  thought that tho   Osgood liy building  was filled with this and eaivrhf. fire h\-  i . ���������        *  an. electric current.   At'a meeting of  .imrlerwi it'ers'it was movcil 'that insur-  , i ,  ance on    buildings over   four   stoiies  high  be  increased  f.Q  per  cent.   'This  TI1H  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  TO   AX!)   r.'iOM  All Eastern Feints.  Through l''irst fMiit-iSlecjiiiiirfnrin'iel Temr.-l  Kli-i-pini? Cui'-- le -SI. Paul, .ilontro.il  Shrunk Eight Millions in Two Years  The, publication of (he appraisement  for taxation of Jay Gould's por.-onal  jiroperty estate at the time of his death  in December, 16;S)2,'has raised some interesting questions about'the present  value of the estate supposing I he investments to have remained unchanged.  The figures throw a sliong light on the  statement, often discredited, that Ihe  sires.-- of the hard times of the la*-t IS  months or more bus, been especially  felt by the iich. The eslate was estimated by the appraiser to be worth  $F0,!������l,rxS0. but would to-day iiinotmt.  to about i?72.f.'.'i(i,(ir)0, a shrinkage of  S'-',tXlf������,(H).'"iJ in round figures, or iicuiy  ten per fviit. fn .-.o vu-1 a .fe-rl line, of  course, *.uch a dcci-ea-seseems a, ti:fling  lo>s, but in any ordinary compii! til ion  ���������pini?  w iilioui, cliiiii^e.  iliiml Torijutn  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  Alhuilii, Ilvpn "i ,irri\ e-"-    '.) 1 "> il.iilv-.  I'.n-illo " " Hi:*J.J   -  * of  pi  iv.-ii.(-  wi-nl til  a  l()-"~,   ol  .pS.t'O'l.fKiU  ! vyoiili  1 lit- i-t  1   Do  ���������gaided  ns  si upeiideus.  j     Th  ������-r,  .V  11..  .   Nati'  ili.'i    1  .ii.l:  i su-.pt.-  ii.le-l  on   .Moii.]  av  in..:  -."ling  a-.l.  I C.ushier   ,'v.  .���������bolt if  a  (lel'ani  tCi'   e...  li e  , e.Meii  t of.:  Sii.OO;).  Flic   ii-i  egular  lie-,  ' vvcre  di-.co  ���������.*(*l*Ct]    1  JV  ihe   ha  uk ex.  tun-  , Hers  asi F  ���������idav.  l*'iir full  iil>!>l.\ io  lilt,,ian.it l,,ii   its  tn  ,-,  I.   'V.    IJl-CW.slc  Asrcnt. Kevelstoke.  t!l".o. Mel,. HiJOVVN",  I)i-l i iel l'.i-  .t'li^'i i- .\t,'t nl.  Vaneouv ci.  B.C.  j The repoi-i lhat May Yohe, the  , Auierioiiii act res-- wa- married lo ly.nl  , Francis Slope, brofher of the Duke or"  I 3S'ew.-;L-ile, turns out to ho coircct.  ! The Hiiinpsiend parish re/i.-tei' shows  j ilni Mis1-Y-"lie-���������iitil Lui-1 l-Yiiiicis were  t marric'l there on Nov. ^7th last.  would have been pas&ed only the niem-  "iiers of' the city - council who were  present assured the insurance.'people  that'they would purchase four steam  engines, ladders and other appliances.,  The .underwriters computed that in  (.he tivo big fires of the past* we^k, they  havo lost _ one-oi.'ith of tbeir yearly  reveiijre from'the whole of Canada.  Alexander Ueeg's 'J,History of the.  iViii (iivvc-l-," which ivti'i in'" cour.-e of  being printed at the publishim? house  0'f"T[iint,er, Rose & Co., is said to'he  (le3l roved by fire. , Mr. Bcgg is ;ilso  .wriling1*- '' History of* "ijritish Coltnn-  bia.;'.*"--    - ���������   '  '       ������������������--        ',-,,-  ',',.-���������-.''-.         "^ .^f���������-., -li'D  ���������-..-. v  '"Will* Lead tiisttV.*.-wld' as- Shipbuilders.  It was not so, v-ervy long ago that  Canada's mercantile navy was one of  the best in the world, being surpassed  only by that of England. This was in  the days of wooden ship-, when our,  shipbuilding yards in tlie maritime  provinces were in full swing. Canadian  ships, barques, brigs, schooners, brigan-,  tines and smaller craft were noted for  their staunchness and sea-going qualities. Now that sited and nickel have  superseded timber' -in the building of  vessels. Canada is again likely to take  a leading p.-n-L in. the shipbuilding  industry. The London (Fug.)' licono-  inittt, which may be taken as an unprejudiced source, sa.ys as much. In  an article on the shipbuilding of the  future, tb.-ic journal says :       ���������   '  "Can'ada will eventually control the  shipbuilding indui-l.ry, and I his from a  remarkable fael of only i-e-ceut realization. It is now practically proved thai,  steel mixed wilh ?'iom 3 to o per cent,  of nickel is double tiie sti ength <>f ordinary steel, and as it does not corrode  or take on barnacles, ships constructed  of it vvill'possess tbe very great advantage of never requiring to be scraped.  31 oi cover*, as ships of nickel-steel may  safely be biiiltniuch lighter than ordinary sice! ships, their engine power and  ��������� consumption of coal may be safely ic-  due.-ed without diminution of speed ; in  short, according to Ibis vvriter, such  steel seems bound to supersede the  ordinary article, and probably also,all  other materials in present use in'ship  construction, and this being the"case,  the nation which is in a, pos'ilion to  produce this metal must necessarily  control the shipbuilding industry. I'or  the pre-enl. at- lea"-!, there is no considerable supply of nickel outside of  Canada, which, in I act, posse..,-e.-.  nickelil'erous pyrites without limit, the  cui ire bleak region extending from  Lake .Superior to Lubardor being rich  in it. il. is declared by oxperls that  (lie. Dominion can supply a million tons  of the pure metal ann.i.-i-lly, if necessary, for tin indefinite period."  THE, SCHOOL OF MINING.  A School of ."Mining'for this province  hat? been talked of in connection with  the Mining Bureau, but very few have  any conception of what would be  taught should such a school be established. .The following ,constitutes- a  prospector's course of eight Weeks at  the Kingston, Out., School of Mines,  the session commencing on January S :  Chemistry.���������A short course, of lectures illustrated by experiments, introductory to the courses in mineralogy  and ii-s.iying.���������Dr.' Goodwin.  2. M'meraiogy.��������� Lectures illustrated  by specimens, dealing with the general  principles of mineralogy, and accompanied by practice in identifying minerals by iield tests.���������Prof. NicoL.  ���������J. Geology.���������Lectures" on geology,  with illustrations from the geology of  Ontario. Ore deposits will claim  special attention.���������Mi: Miller.  ���������1. Lithoiogy.���������The character nnd  modes of occtirrenco'of rocks generally  ���������Examination, of hand specimens���������-  Special attention will be given to the  cryshilline rocks of Ontario, the  mineral-bearing rocks of Ontario, the  more typical mineral-bearing rocks  b'Miig well represented by specimens in  the collection.���������Mr. Miller.  5.' DiMcovery rind Winning of Ore's.���������  This 'course will be of particular interest to milling men arid prospeetors/'a's  it. vviircie.il with the application of the  principles ,, of chemistry, mechanics,  mineralogy inid geology to the discov-  ety and winning of v aluable in ine rids,  and yl'o the useful ' methods and  machinery in vogue io open up tlie deposits and. exploit and prepare Ihe, ore.  Mr. LLimiinin Alei/rii  RAW. FURS.  C3    -^  CO  u.  3  U.  c  u  d������  J3  o  Z  O)  t=  o  1_  <u  o  c  X  tu  o  z  >  <  -4--  to '  s~  cil  _ (N  "oi  ���������  o  , o  CO  S  (3. Milling.-The  cl.^s   will! 'have  >1������-  Avvai'dud  Hig'host  I?onors-World's   Fair  CffiEARff  MOST PERFECT   MADE.  A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Free  from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.  40 YKARS THE STANDARD.  portui.ilii��������� of ie.-iriii.ig in the. mining  laboratory the use of crushers, stamp  .mills, r'tiid .other inaciiinery.���������Mr.  ilatnilton iferritt. * l *  -7. Blowpipuig.���������A-practical course  intended lo give, facility in the use of  tlie blowpipe for thc identification of  mine)als.���������lJiof. Nicol.  S. Assiiying.���������Opportunities will be  given i'or practice in furnace methods,  particularly in the use of. the. portable,  assay furnace.���������Prof. Nicol and Mr.  ���������Wul'ker.      ,  0. Drawing.���������The elements of free-  hand, and mechanical drawing as applied to surveys of milling claims and  mines, to milling plants,' etc.���������Mr.  Mason. -   , '       . 'f  10. Advanced "^Vork.���������Those who tire  prepared for such work- may attend  (without charge) lectureson the client-  is! ry of fuels, ores, .luxes and furnaces,  iiudon advanced mineralogy and geology. Every facility'will "be-given for  work in the chemical., niineralogical,  pctrogrnphical, and assay laboratories.  Fee.-.���������livery ��������� student must pay it*  registration fee or one'dollar. For all  the elementary courses. (.Nos. l'to 8 in-  elusivc) a fee-of ten dollars will be  charged :' for any one "of them two dollars.1" Fee-sTor tho use of the laborato-  rie> for advanced work'will be in proportion to the number of hours a week;  but not to exceed eight dollars.  Oilier ii-Apenses.���������Good board can be  lm.I in the cily at from' three t/j four-  dollars ti week. The other items of  expense (for books, etc.) need not be  large. ��������� . ��������� , .  Two Rich Gold Strikes.  A big gold strike h:is just been made  in the New York and Chance mine .-it  ('rede, Col. Heretofore tho mine has'  -been a iich silver producer and litis  rieiited the owners several hundred  thousand dollars and now has developed into ti gold producer. The, stiike  vvas made, on the 1,00'1-foot level. A  shipment made last Friday carried 1-1,  ounces of gold and -ICO ounces of silver.  Henry "Wolcc-ll. and .lodge O. fi. Lel'e-  vre, oi Denver, are the principal  owners.  Greatintetostprevails at Silver Cliff,  Col.,, over a new golu strike four miles  from 1 hat.town. The. rock formation  and ore is said by Cripple Creek experts to he identical with that of Bull  dlill, and .has been made by the best  ass-ayers in the state to show $12 to  $700 per (on gold and .silver values.  The vein is on the Bassick mine belt.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. -  '     rtOYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEAPEST routo to tho OS./) COUNTRY.  I'lopo-.tid Sailing- from .MoiiLi-eiil.  ALLAN IjIN'B.  NuMiniA.v Nov.   :S  l'.VUISIAN ,  Nov. Ill  M'lN'tioi.r.vN Nov. 17  DO.UI.n'ION" I.IN'K.  Tokonto Oct.  2"  V.VNCouvuii Nov.   U  ' Oiti'.uuv Nov. 10  IJK'AVKii J.INK.  I.MfK ITuuon- Oct.   21  I..vici:(i.n i'vuio....- Ocl.   HI  I/AKI    N'i'.i'K.dX ."'' )V.   7  C.iljiti "I,"., ?���������"''!, ���������:,^l, '.-"(l. S.-'Han.l uii.-.-.-n-el--.  Inloi-iiicili.-ilu ?*������); Sl:iertif-c SSi.   .  Piis-eilKi'i'h tiiikt'lcil   (lifonuli   to nil  parli of  (Ire.I Hiil.-iiti miil Ireland, and at "in'clally low  rales 1.1 nil iiit.-l-.iil Hid lOiii-i.'pt'iii' ciiiiliiiiiiit.  Aliply (iincn*! -.1,si0,1 iti-hip or .'.-ui way .iKe'iil,to  J. T. iJil'.'JvVSTFl.-'t, A. -;sni'.kevelstoke,  ni* In  VVi.iiii  '.OIIl-IlT  ;.( n.  IvKim, Oen.  I'ii��������� e-iiKcr Akuh!  *W   COPYRIGHTS. "^  OA\' J  OI5TATN   A   I'ATKNT?     For 11  prompt nnnver anel nn lioiic!, opinion, write) to  hi IINS i5ki:������.,wlio li.'ivo Iiml Dourly fifty ; e:ira'  e\i,oiii;iiof In the imti-nt, liitsiiiess. ('tiiiiimmlcii-  tli,iih .strictly cnnilflm'.iliil. A !1 anil Look ot In-  loniiittltm c-oii('i'iii)ii|,' I*:i tt"iit,| .-inil li())V to ol)-  titln tliom cent. lice. Alaon rjitaloKuoof mecliiiii-  Iciil nnel vciiMillllo liooks s-eiil, free.  PtitontM tiiltcti tliroiiHli Munn & Co. receive!  Bnuelnl nutlccintlie Scii'iililie: Aniericaii, nnd  tlui", niij brought, vt-lilt'ly b.'foi'o Hie pulillt' f-'illi-  e.ut ceil to '4l)'J inventor. TIiIh splcnellel pitPt-r,  ]s.iii(.(l ivneklv e!"aatitly ijln-tr.iteil, Inu liy ntr O10  lare-cst clrciilttlein of anv acicntillc work In lhc  worltl.   S.'f a your.   Siinpln conk's SP-nt frco.  Uullilliiv I.'ilition, riienillily, r MX)a year. SIdrK  copies, 2ii centj. Kvcry number contains beiu-  tlfiil platen. In colorH, nti-1 pliototrrapha of new  Iioiihpm. with plans, ennblins bullelera to show the  lutoMt ele-ale-iiKmid spcuiescontractu.   A'lilrcis  HUKN A-CO., MliW YOKK. ������������-   "--   i-.e  RAW'FURS.  ' KT Write for Circular. , "  A Decreasing Revenue. ^  The Ollawa Ollicial Gazette contain-,  ing the. linaticial returns for the half-  year ending December 31st, shows a  falling off in Ihe revenue, of $1,010,000  and an increase in expenditure,of #292,-  ip.) compared with the same,, period in  llsra, 01 a total shortage- for the half-  year of $2.2*30,000. At the same rate  tliis will give a deficit for the, year of  over four million dollars. '   '  Inland revenue receipts for December amounted Lo $732.527,-a decrease of  $30,000, compared with' tbe revenue  for December, 1S03.,  Treasure Trove in the'East River, N.Y.  The'U.S. Treasury Department has  awarded to F. M. ' Epley, of, East  Orange, N.J., the contract, for raising,  the British, frigate. Hussar, whichl  struck a rock* and foundered'oil' Port  Morris, or Stony Point, East Ri'ver.N.  Y., during the'revolutionary war. The  ''Hussar is supposed to have had on  hoard $I,SOO,000'in British gold.'" Ep-  ley's'compensation is to be 90 per cent,  of all treasure found, "tlie . remaining 10  per cent., together with whatever else  is recovered, to go to the Government.  ; _" The America' Cup  Lord Dunraven has ordered the construction of a new yacht to proceed.  She will be a keel boat and will be  named the Valkyrie III.' Negotiations  rue. already pending with the view o"'  securing Capt. Sycamore, skipper of  the Czarina. As Capt.-CranHeld declined to cross the Atlantic in the yacht  he will either go over iu a, steamer or  retire. There is a rumor that Ci-anfleld  will enter the service of the Goulds.  , Aii Epidemic of Tramps  , (The Sacramento Hoard of Trustees  have ordered that every man without  visible means of support he arrested,  and all tlie dives, dead halls and saloons  which are known to harbor ex'convicts,  110bos, and thieves, are to be closed.  Criminals arc said to be 'leaving the  city i:kc_ rats from a sinking ship, and  car. be found on every road for miles  ai'iiund. Largo numbers of them are  heading for this province. ,   ���������  Jackson Challenges ��������� Corbett.   " ���������  At a boxing exhibition at Glasgow  on Monday evening. Peter Jackson  publicly challenged "Corbett to rrreet  him, and declared' that he would not  ri'tii'C from the ring without beating  the American champion. His speech  was hailed with cries of "That's righL"  Thc iimount of silver dollars issued  from the Treasury at Washington last  week was $285,37-1, and for the pre-,  vious vveek_S24S,S33.  Coal oil has for some days past been  selling in Pittsburg at $1 it. barrel,  being the first time for five ye.-irs that  that price has been touched.  Tt is rumored that a number of  prospectors bound for the Rainy Lake  gold country were frozen to death in  the recent Minnesota bh'zzard.  The JTarl.-md Shipbuilding Co., of  Jlelfasl, are in negotiation with a Liv-  vorpool shipping Company for the construction of  two Atlantic liners, each  to be 700 feet long.  (.> ������  A campaign against the Jews has  been inaugurated by a number of  Fiench papers iu the Province of Que-  becj of vv!)](,h la V,;riln, the Ultramontane organ, is (he leader.  Tho heaviest fall of snow, ever known  in Tacoina in a single day occurred on  the 2nd insi., when 15 inches fell between G a.m. and 0 p.m. Business  was suspended and all iraliic stopped.  Prof. Alfred J. Dugay. tight rope  walker, was seriously hurt at Victoria,  la";'., week by falling, during a public  performance, h'oin a who ropo s'tretched  between the masts ot the steamer islander. Although the full was only 25  !x-ct ihe unfortunate man struct with  such force as to sni.>sh in the deck, lie  was taken to the Jubilee JiospifcaL IT  \ OF  A    i  j\UV      t    JJ4.     ���������  Jx.  IL.  \\ *  'u-be 1kootena\> flDafl  f-t-3?-CH.TPTrON.     .,  IN'-'A^IAHLY IN ADVANCi:.  Ono Y.-.e-    fr'.x "ontlis    'I iuev 7\loinh-   'A"Dv*.t;r,i:zfi'x:iTG ratjjs.  OllO Illell. pel* llliil'*ill  Tv.o 1 l.e lie-, ]k : 1110  $2 Ml  . 1 00  ' 0 50  ,,itl).  1 ,30  2 (,!)  ..  ...    G 00  Sp'-e i il non tract. for 3.i)-,;i* .wlv.-il I i."iii?nt-^  All lulls lor .-ulveiti-iiii; due the 1-1, of each  ineiitti.  Quick and cure-all advcrtisciicnls not vvunlcel.  Tin.* Mail i- printed every S.iluril.iv inoiiiiiif-  for tlio Itevel-lokc 1'i'iiitiiiK As Puijlis'iiiiis- Co.  (Ijleiitcil) liy  17. VV. NCRTHEY,  ,    KlJIIOIt AND M/.XAGi:i{.  y'aJij uliV. -sj.il'ij 11 u:ii \iit\j LiiigiiSiudi Y t.i  Aqcpiph'."'!'  SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, ISO-").  Tjikkk is no* inucli doubt that the  next CI,iff Just ice of BriUsb'Coluinbia.  will be the Hon. Theodore Davie, but  not before the, end of the present session will he lotire from the premiership in favor of lion. C. K. Pooley.  Thk bridge over the Tlleciilew.tet is  still non r.U.t Rut vve are glad to be  able to state that whatever expense is  incurred in settling 'the location only  ������1,000 will come" out" oi' the .North  Riding appropriation, as that is the  amount set down .for this bridge,  although vve. had been infonnod otherwise last week.  NA lies'- ANI' SLOC-VN-KA1MVAV  Jii'. Semlin nise to move the a.'l joum-  nient of the* House in oi dor, to di-cu���������  lb"* standing of the Nakusp ������t Slocan  itiiil-.vay with the Government and lo  instruct the latter not to pay.,i he bone's  guaranteed until MilVteient security had  been taken lo protect the men employed-upon the road. Humor had il that  there were amounts doe the employees  of this railway, and if this were m>, he  claimed that the House should instruct  TTfT"    nro-r  T KOUTE FOR SLOGAN ORE  Is Via N'lkusp am. Revsktcke.  :���������:(/!- yijt, .-"oi.'.vyi  .A:-. Ily. Abl-ot 1. Oi'  1l*e  i  re(jiies:.*el V.incouyei- j-ap'-i.  t i.T *���������",      ������ ' -fi * \  ry   /". - -   - , * r-~ t\  DAvID  CHRISTIE   r/uR RAY'S  ON THE SUBJECT.  view*:  l'*.e   S--  k.ine  !;!- ci;u  t^i remit'  I (-in.-.it pubh-hed l-y the S_.,o-  iiiVit'clu lhat " .-'lin-'neiil- of  oie  by   vv.-tv  of   the  C.P.R.   :.-���������  r.>.  J  i  ie:e  stopped on .u count oi' tin  blocked.1" Seeing *.-.al t,i)'-> paper A  '"r ij/ht on Ihe spot," it< 't were, wc a;-*-*  iu a posh ion lo taj th'it I here has hrt'tt  no block whatever exc.-pl, a few days'  wait for the snow to hai-ticn, andrlhat  as  long as  the  ���������=!earner cm navigate  ihe  Governmeut to see that  the em-, the Upper Ar row Lake  ihe  route will  ployces were paid for- Iheir service.-, j he, kept oniiii  he-lore the povvor pas.-ed (.ill  of  ilv-ir  hands.     The   House    knew   that   the  Goveriinient had had it good  deal  to  Tuk Kakasp it Slocan Railway emr  plojecs who have not been able to gel  their .wages should read our report of  the discussion on that oft.-quoi ed sub  ject in the Legislative Assembly,'and  take heart there.it. Tiie Premier as  good as pledges the Government to see  that all outstanding liabilities against  the railroad are settled���������that not only  the merchant creditors, but the poor  employees, shall be paid. 'The leader  of tho Opposition" pleaded Iheir cause  manfully. If the Government desiies  the"1 blessing of these waiting working  men it should lose no lime in enforcing  the, pay merit of wages. The men have  waited long enough, and most of them  are in desperate straits.  The SpokaneChronicle gels in a hard  hit or two at the sleigh road between  the Wigwam' and Bannock I'6int. If  this 1-1 miles of road were blocked the  shipments of Slogan ore now passing  through Revelstoke would probably  find an outlet down the river and ,be  handled by, the Spokane iv* Northern  Railway.- Therefore the Spokane papers naturally have a desire to see our  sleigh road blocked. Thc Chronicle  says il is blocked. Rut a greater  blunder must be laid at thc door of a  Vancouver daily, which, in reprimanding tiie Chronicle for its false slata-  ruent, says: "Nine four-horse teams  are engaged carting away the snow,  and should it he necessary, nine more  will bo put- on!" "Wh.it . Eighteen  four-horse teams carting aicay snow ?  Surely the Ncw-Advcrtissr's ideas about  making -a sleigh road must be somewhat misty. ������  .Io vvilh the railivay, and that it,wis  on Lbereccoiiiniendatioii of an engineer  employed by (he Government that the  money was paid for*'t-be construction  of the road. It would, therefore, only  bean action calculated to protect the  reputation of the House and the Government for Ihe latter to sec lhal the  moiR-yc were not paid to the company  until suflicient security'had- been exacted from them that the employees  would receive their wages.  Mi. Davie said tho Goveriinient vvas  equally concerned not only for') lie em-'  ployees. but feu-all creditors of the railway company. The Government,  before it Occurred to,-the hon. gcolk-*  man to ask the (question which he put  to the Government ycsicrd.yv. had  inaile all 'due enquiries, and h.iA learned (lie posilioi. of cih'airs, anil .-.hen lie  (Mr. Davie) .-t.it(-d ye-toutt,y thai then-  was no danger of any parties., having  claims against thi* company, losing  their moii'-'y he slated v.'liar, he .knew  to be facts! The road had only j-.s-l.  licet) comj-.lol.'d, and Uie company now  rcjquiied to obtain their linn I _c-*rlilj-  caies in order to enable then to nihil'  their obligations.. Some- amounts were  due the workmen, but haruly lo the  extent due to Oelior partio.*.. lie y.as  able to say tn.-it the Government h.-ui  not been in a position to make the.final  payment because the road litut not been  taken over by the O.P.R. .and they only  received notice a short time ago th.tt  lho C.P.R.-iiad done so. With reference to  the  pavment of   Oiili-latid.ng  At present the steamer  Kootenai has all her work cui out in  handling tbe ore b:oii^b(,���������out (o K.i-  l.tisn. Out she has eamrht up on the  sleigii road, where more teams are  being put on. ' .,'        0  Il������.TW!"i:-"* TUK WJGWA.M AND  U.VNNOCIC  V.MS,'.  The sleigh ro.rJ i'-  tiyvv in very good  condition, find eiie'ortL:  fniir-iiOr.se- I cams  Al win  ring yesleiday, tli.'-e teams will ma  liif round trip-he'ween V-ugwarii and  tiie  steamer lauding dally,���������averaging  ii'. (or;, bate "JO  k.    Comiucn-  llu-ee tons of ore j;i;i- team per day.  This Service, will bo kept up as long .v-  nece.-.H.uy lo bundle the ore, and it is  i.:.-pecic(i tli.it there will he no failing  o.f-i)i tiie oniput. Ono c.u* c'onliiiiimg  .'!0,.'KX) lbs.'of ore from thc Idaho mine,  was shipped to Dinah.) i-i.is week; but  no.-ft week's list of shipments ivdkbjj^t=.  lon-x one.  An agitation is being started against,  Lord and Lady Aberdeen by a fanatical Presbyterian���������Rev. l'\ Fenwick, of  Woo-ibriilge, Out., who says: "The  published statement that Lord and  Lady Aberdeen prayed beside Sir John  Thompson's colim,is true. The} coun-  tenancc-M praying for tiie dead, a tiling'  which the Presbyle-riau Church, of  which they are members,' strongly condemns. Though f. too, am Scotch and  a Presbyterian, T bay that their act  deserves censure." Bigotry is aot, dead  yet. Sir John Thompson, tlie elected  head of trie Canadian people, was a  Catholic; thu service over Uis bier  could only be Catholic, 'and the dis-  linsniishing feature of that service i=  praser for tho dead. I.-ird Aber.ieeti.  as the representative of her Majesty  tlie Queen in Canad.i, w-ts bound to  attend the funeral service of one of the  Empire's honored sons, and whether ho  was a Methodist, or an Episcopalian,  or even a Presbyterian, the Governor-  General was bound to follow- the service with due respect, to tiie dead and  to the Catholic Church. To have dom-  otherwise would h;ivi; been boorish,  eviin   in   a   smaller   personage  l'i.i;i a  amounts, the .Government i-acing  asceriaii.ed what these amounts were,  had uKo ascertained tiiat there was  t'\-t",-y assurance1" of i'heso bt-iug j<������������I-L.  The Covet titii't-'iit, would be iii.'C indeed  did they .-.llovv lho bargain to be completed while large ainoimt.s against i tie  cojnpai.y weie. still outstanding. Lie*  road which the Government o.ni gn,.i-  iinteed to the ext,e;,( of .s;17.!)Cb por miL-  .and -which the hon. genlleni.-t.i o.-va-  said could be linili, for ti> 10,l>.j<J or r-'Li.t-wO  per'mile��������� '  Mr.���������Kilchori��������� I never beard any such  sbi lenient.  Mi'.(0av-ie���������T heard the member 'for  Westniinster City talking aboul the  character of the road and of what a  creditable engineer had informed bin.  the 'road couid be liuiil for. It "lias  co-it SI".500 and considerably rnote.  Mr. Semlin -aid he had never spoken  of the co..l of t-iie road or on i.:u* q ie.s-  tion of consl ructiiui nii.-ru '. {i.ti. io as-k  lor the production ol certain p.qiero.  On the unde^Uindiiig, liov, ev er, (ii.tl  every pyuciuiion would be t.tketi try  the Governmenl, he would withdra.v  the resolution.  The moiion vvas accotdingly withdraw ti.  The Provincial Police Bill vvas read  a third time.  The Premier in-n-oduc-d a bill to pro-  Vide for tin1 iit-rter ji.iyou nt oi mouey  dne to eontractoc- .unl v., n kiii"1"!.  Hon. .Mi*. Davie vviibd., w h:.. M.1- j  chanie-'s <\r.\\ L.iii(iri'i'3 Dili with the in- j  lentioii of bringirie; in .*. :i-'w bill. ^   i  Tliere was an .iniiiMle-.i di-.-ut.sion on |  the two million itoilai  i->an. tn-1 -ft*,)...i ;  re.tdins;  of trie  I.til  b'-p-.tr i at t-i.-rly.u  Ti:i"-day by a 'Vrr;--t!y p n*. y v.,u   ,-;" '-"  to 11.  Mr."Kit'*'n.*'iAv ,-,.)  < pi *������--d   :'--..���������(  measure,   being <ib-ent.     <"t*i  tilt* b'dlvva? n'f.il a lliir.i l:-,iit-,  Col. H.'.ker'.-Cine liy t-f .*...i:.:a  was i-'vid :t tir-r iin.c-.  -Mr. i{nine erav e- u..t"e-.. '.���������.- m  a rctinn giving the t ^i.:���������-:.(���������- ���������-.-',.", ��������� ��������� -  f.iic Mr. .lu.-lu'e ' :cj-e >������������������- :,i,-:*u.tiy,'i  .ii^.-in-t f'apt.cFit/..-'ubb-.  Th" Provi'iciii \ 01,-1 - IJ.li ,1,1- ; ���������-  ported complete a.s aini-io'leti.  Big' Wug'get-j from the Consolation.  * '        '<-      r  George f.idornit' and Bob O.iyloy  :n*-.-iv t d down fi-oiii big Bend on Wed-  !'."sil.ty, {.'"urge is jiert owm-r of the  1I1011 Goiti Mine, on Iilienoh  ...t-ii bi't.ugl.t down $J.2')0 in  goid aud   nugeeis  take;i- from  i;o.iso!  Creek,  f'O't: s"  Ihe mine. Amongsr this- gold was the  l.-irge.-l nugget lb. 11 Jut., been picket), up  in BiK Bend for many years, being  worth $33 and weighing nearly two  ounce.-; another nugget weighs over  an ounce anel is worth $2!\ while ono  olher is v.'ot',!.!: Mil. Many of the smaller one ��������� <*.:*-��������� v. o.'tri from $3 to $9 each.  All these imo,gels are of tho purest  gohi. which i'elcbes .-'J.y.oO per oz. lit  tue mint. 'I'he i^onsolalion is working  tin eo men, --irul the averagi: output of  gt Iii i.; about ip'jO a clay." J.Iost of tbe  otIk1!* mines had been siopp'nl by l.iie  coal >null. but the vv-'Miber was tiio-.ij-  11 ,  r.-.nr.g vv.'i'Mi tiiey left,-i-id work vvot.-ld  be rccuuieda '     ,  tlio Nox-olii-t 'Jii:ic^ I'lt.-i i-fltin^ly of Ti-lti-  {���������nthj, 7?flie"\!T".s; Tli.it It* IIMAt-Mice II������������  I',..<.������ Scimitiflcnlly IZstRblihliotl ��������� Tlio  (*i.nimi  I'or-oiml i:xj������orlt-i)t-e.   '  A iv-.-fe-i li'r.i D.ivid Ohr*';rie Mm-rav, c  V..O li-'s *.;-ki ii all lile for the i.el.l ol his  ;. ������������������ -ix,.--- i,.,t .'.i.-', , ni.j ilr.'ws upon tho  - i A-i ]ih::iet lor lus llliiati-.tiotif,, must  1, ivt* h.i'i i.ci f.-cpciu-ncep in'ihe domain  v.'i.ieli \h'' J':.\ cJ.ic.il investigation fio-  c.���������-,������.- h-"-. eln>"en lor lt3 eiw-n. L'iit,,ho  i'i���������(.������������������. 111,t ovr-ilo-ul his boo".:- wir'i material ot r.-,). Mud, nor is his " con versa-'  li i.i ninth v ifjfjited with tho burden of  . ,: "'i I'cbvt-.ii he.-ivr: arid etiith that  v. tio noi, usiisby ilroaui of. And yot  v, !,-.':i pi nm j led to t"o r.o, ho can spe-ak  otetiiohc s"���������*.!>.: ���������>���������:������ nol only with biow-  i-'-'.eie. but .-.l-o wilh eloqneiico. He ic  : ���������".- -I t.i do t.i!'-, hi .r, by ins line nienral  0 '��������� .1 '..: icio-.i, Ii.r he has "(-eon jisvchicat'v  f-n .-:nve since lxiyiioo-1, and next by tlio  !,'-i;-y pi--, e .i.e al OA'iCi-i������-ucus which have  1 ot.'ii to ti:s lot (luiii|g a long, activo  ar.tl rulve'ijlurona hie, Jiveii r.rnong  iiiunv yooplo aud  many pails ,of < the  \. at t'l.  <;.u day rocontlv Mr. I'inrray tulkcd  to a. '.f'ort.nre. J-'eri r.n.l Sciisors man on  1 ri sptcial Hiilr/ccl of ,toio]);tihy, nml  ,.:i. roDovvi-)^', iit'tn Ins own personal qz-  ; ���������'. ..'.-it .'a. lui-v rmri'i u-ay act tijion uuiid  .- ; ;. i.c.'.aiicc, iii'ienciiclently of t'ue'or-  1 .'i i-y me uii������, oi mteicomitiiiuication, ho  . v.e'ii, .in to uiy:  "tle-.o i j ti cnr.e in point. M>'- eldest  Iv.'t.'f", v-ho (Jicd'ni i:-'f>r>. wi"8 nt 1 ca its  : ii'i-h-.j ti'ii;i-.),i hOiirrl a merchant vesiSel.  j-.'i f,.:.ii(.'Aiin-ier a drunk.mi cajilain, w.ho  i.i-:, 1- ���������(! f j him with hot ii nle cruelty  T'.'*1 _������������������, r,Ii.' -et',',:i of (t':.sni,;;'t',in 0:1 tluit  v ; a ,'\ V. .it.) lie w..s ai --iv ::iy litpth'1!'  v. ���������.- i,.*.,'."n:; her nucl.', .bteics \vil -.-rs  .'' .-���������    ,'<���������,:.: in tho vorv hour oi'in-j lU-.illi  o r  ijp*% tr.  frisass ������335531:  //        B|  i/jcsstxi lie  Is vlierc we have placed the price on our new stock  of Zjnas Novelties,-comprising  TOYS in great vapiety,  Dressing Oases  Plioto Frames  Elegant Fans  a. klA  ��������� TT', .  kerchiefs  Albums  Work Boxes  Cigar Gases  Fancy Sus-  Oard Beceivers  Shaving Sets  Magic Lanterns  Ties,  penders etc., etc., etc.  DOLLS of 'every description.  f^cxll  -:o:���������:o:-  .ff.  uail ana see our t$-cocK Detore pur-  . ���������   chasing elsewhere.  ���������:o:-  :o:-  1  oi  ill:, Who  :o t-.v  lilll  b-J(,"il    10'  IV al.-  'said  ! rrt .. >��������� "unillit-r, *������:it up aud said  !.ii>*vi: 'TjO.-iv.. rhe hul aJouo. ]lavo 3'Oti  1-0 bovei-'.Y' My moitie; a-siced him what  :*.) -,v-i.s isinkiiig,(;?'. and ho s-utl: 'That  c. p-..-m w iii treating Jack horribly.,'  ���������'j'..." flrar officer, a Mr. Mruidy,   took  e*c*-.^-.-.. (1  TS-vj t.V4,J������������������*���������,.       ."V    -���������.  1 7  1,   * t-   r  ' *-1  .t"c ���������> rf*-    ::   V :   t-'"i. *���������  1/  ^^r-'iv-t'^l  l-~J)  il  li-jr.-c -rxrs^z -.ia r~r* t* ���������:  ..-r��������� iTTfrrxc:  Two More Mysterious Murders on tho  uijas'j.  Win.McGarrie, a well-known character on the coast, wa-, found on New  Vear'.s Day lying .h-atl in his cabimal  Slioosiitt-tie Day -Vi 1,S1 two bullei. hole,,  in the back' o: 1:is* hi-ao. Klm.i-h.istiG  fj.iy w.i.s thi- sci':i-e ol" .1 1 "-I'l-ibi.' iu-c-  dt' it i.'sl vclulii'i. wh(*n 'Am. Kipiiiifj;,  being imurmiinetl in a landslide, had His  leg 1 ut t.it by a eomr.ule to s.-.ve him  from ui owning.  .....  (-!-������������������.��������� .-dA  ���������t-.ife P.-',  1.   ���������.,,...  .-i.i  _ >i" tac ship v, hen- Captain  -..A'": in debiiiim (r.uiieus. cud  i. t afc tho A/Coi^s Linndy  :.iy b:oll)or homo, i.;.,d bo wiis  :.i-.-,y of the old iiiaii'-' dviug  ! !��������� 1 lotluce '. his own -.ole rook  '->   . r'.,,t 0*1 I'lO  tl..y  Oi    the   (ilel  ti 11 - ii.v.iii li. had made'sn entrv, l.-o-  (���������i.-i.-o he i- b edu 1 to iudiefc tho Ciii-tiiin  "...- .us I'ttii oy oa t))''ir lviurn to a Diit,-  i: -- -i.. r. Y.'ii ,r is l'lost r-i, 1 i1. .1 is (h.tt  \.-"e.-a ti.- c 1:11 ��������� tj 'iviri out t.Ve .lil[ero;ire  o.' .-I'.i'ado ho loiuiii the euu-j j-; bi-vri-  v-.:-- I- ���������.; .- i! I l!',,1 lilac of the old man's  11,'1.irf HP'- iii (,<iui'i,ied to n itioniei.t.  T'.i.ri.uu tiii/i-.tit'iius of such instances  i"_,'.rioJ. audit iiee.jisto mcqui-cidle to  t.- . Li,-, twin its tiicru coincidences. Co-  ii:i i.J t-i't i1,-* a very long rur-i. Indeed,  c ;..".-. .!'���������-in drama and fiulicu.    Dufc I  NOTARY  PUBLIC  C ' ff    V*.    2     W^ n  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Mining and, Real'Estate Broker and G-eneral Oom-  mission Agent.  FiRli, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  P ( _���������i ...  , .   Representative of the Kootenay Smelting' ft Trading Syndicate.'   :<-.:   AGENT VOR TROUT LA ICE CITY, WAE8V0TLT, KAHLO & NAKUSP  ^ A ,'7  r-���������* sij  t-   a  r|  K~^>'  A      *  \ A 8<  A   & I  vv aN  WHOLESALE DEALER IN  tn  li i" li-- retches so f:u- as t'..:it.  The mutilated and iialf ct-^m.-ited  retiiain.', of an unknown man weie  found near lii.igle haroo^ last week.  The viil nn was wed cire-.sed ���������������nil apparel, (lj abouc HI years  old.    Not-lung  -.v.i- fb'iiid iui tlie 11 m.iiua which won iri  ��������� 1       - --      -  Ie.i.l t.) til- milieu; ton, except -.wo p-iir.-  j o; i,ov; sp", tacit1;, one ol st'-ei iui.i me  j other .1 gold - riiiim-'d p.-iir be.iu.-ig  j st,i,.,p,',l uiiri.ils'* C .1." li, is !K..ic ed  j the ,:".,ui ri.id tit ,-n lAv.ul ii inonih or  ; u.-):���������--. Th>* ("ily \\'.t.i f'otmtl by Hobl.  ' L' iipi-i', a I..:'!1).:, v, no was  ..ut   hn.it-  11V i-.imi' '.be (jilist-n place, .'bout !,,-i-o  )   l*'.l*.'le* nat'liiil .     1 lie ' '��������� il,- )')  L'.x  ie   r   -.;���������)    t  ���������o:  ,1,  il.lr?-   UT  u l;ill  i"       ,  1. '.  (���������:i-,  Vl 11.[ ii  >; . s'.ir. ; iio'l-t:.  t I--.i! ii.ur iv " ,i().'  .1;, "b;iti\ii -t.s mi  ��������� 1.   1 he  !."':  tiO'.l-l  'a lit" di .*.-p.r,' s.  a ie  I  Cil  u-.i - ,1 (..1 ,pid ilt-_I and  iri a  1 .-  it..  ���������s, on  , ,,!v  gra -v ���������  ��������� I  ,1  ).:  TERRIBLE OCCURRENCE AT 1"  pi"  FT"  ,lr.it n_--n .*-  11,.,i-.-. ', t,  .'���������Hoi he v, 1  ('-..iv.    1-  :i  1  t- i*,ii'pt i I, ' io.",-ei! , rte  .lion vv.i-5 .*.ttr.i(-'.ei1. by  ��������� r :r-.)in t he riii-ce 1 ..ui  ��������� ni'! i.i ,;.ii-ii*--av llit.  :,- S" ! i.ii.l i������.u-ti dly b'uvi el  iir.'c. 'S'lie feet b.i.i he'-ii  l.y anil nil-, and Pie bauds  A.- of the b.i.ly were b'un<-il  - .i.'t- t.'tl not I'.'.icli I'm1 c inn,  .!>��������� lu-.tti wa-, i'.ii i.-e-.tK' wiih  .������������������a > appaf' hi 1 j.ai : 1 i- 111.in  ,',' ).t-'i    t'i    to,'    li.'it    hoc -e.  Tlie Ru'te (Mont.,1 ti'-i.   Iii-il--' '.<������������������  <  called out lo a h\ *��������� ou T'.ie-s-:av t.iL':,!,  ,uid .j'lst aiu-t th.-;. had .i.'.'.w-i e,.-, 1'. ���������  scene   a*jil   > -irniii'-ri'-i  I   <'l i-! o (*:i-   ������i.i  ���������I  ll.s  11.:  t  ; 'i-  i'i ".1 iv    II oil  pill       (   SI-   'if  ini' m-' I Iu-  yy Jon-ra^o."  sir. Mir ray 10  *-,   "; li.ul a very  ci.t-io..- jcit,"..!  ���������t: ' ico.    Two pcoplo  had le 1 - -Ii.i-  v. -ii   mo   one    a   very   cei.r and  :...ie   t ������������������'isonril  friend,   iiie  other a  j.���������-.-.��������� .t:\.- s-.:-,-uii.'cr.    Tv'ho.i they ha.1  (*.:sMiictiy  hoard,   a pcr.oual  within  my own  mind.    I  -.. - not   i):.i'-iul  C.y-i;   the  words would  1 ..-.e hc-..;i undiiile to anybody cl-e���������that  v,  .:.!  b-..   m.ii-cnso.    Rut   "i   heard   it'  v-i.-'Ui niv-  n.md,   and   recoi;rii::od   the  v..scu. of ine lwo men.    Th.-y tlu-cnsswl  :: y own ci:rr.iotcr and  the action I had  1 .7'':: u'-out a   certain   matter  at   lhat  Ts..  *.    The  ctiiuji .rutive   ������.1 ranger   v-iia  (iit.cd   11 .nl   uii.TiciiiIiy,    and    mv   old  tri-i-i   foti.d.c   my   causo    v.itli *c,ioat  i- .i-.mii.    1  picMK-riC'l' bi.-.i  afterward,  .1  . 1. j..������ut>.i  mo tint   si.ch a coiiver  I. -io'. I.,. 1 I'.i-ci   pliioas   ho   ai;.":   Ids  to'iv iv-a i-a-rdi-ivon   in   iho  carriage to.  ;.., c bio .-1 >.,. my house."  Il.ti uut-ejisi was lit'i'o asked whether  !:���������.' i.-.ti riict, v. ith any c.ises or lho ticbon  ,:' a . ,,ie on a living mind. IL- icplied,  t\.'.-.:-: g 1:1 .in imprcssiyo :niil levcrent  r-.-. 11. \e,:e-": "1 am proAii'idly con-  vti. o 1, It. ;ii_,h I do cot wiii t, t<. be ro-  nr-'- \ i.s a uiinlitinri, tli.ir, ;.i: ���������:��������� his  -���������' ..r!) my I'nilier <is-.i'.tci! nn in iu1 liter-  : vv , .;. F,,r a ye.'.r or tv<-o [ v\ a, nio  io   1   ._> (���������oi..-c,otiH of it,   r.nii I wioto an  ���������o9  " .<���������'������ Tf   T rr\  ('"V^ /"'"  AND .CIGARS  IR, m "V 33 X_- S T OKE,  o  rzttzr^zz*r&v*jrt^^z^^'*z-^z&\-~J^  ���������c^^.i'CKUT *u?>&z.tz *ss rw^i/KXzrzr^a's^vrtSirirj  ,Xx  & 1 H, ly   1   Hi *4 s /  Al! 1I,AH.AMWON   HivOW., L-Voi-siii-.L'oiiS.  i.  ���������:cpto-i')'i or  g  mi! -I'.'. O.'t  -1  m ,  Gov ernor-Geii'T.il.  '   llii I IIII llf  hi! 1 id! tit'  f O'  k  |,i '.( ���������  ,, '  , 1 in- m������ 11 iu all du ���������' . 10 4-.  : in  i.i;  Tr will b.> sc-en by an adv-rti-^nie'it  in this issue that  application  is   lo  be  iiiad"  to the "Dominion Parii.-inent at  its next ������o-sion for an Act to mcorpo-  iM.o ���������<- company to ce.ii>trrii.'r  ,1 ntiwev  from   the   Trail   Creek   riiinci   to   tin  C"lumbi'i Vtiver.     This  vill  ii*.*in-po* 1  tlie ..res entirely within C-n,:.,;.,m  t.-i-  litoiv   aritJ   bund   up (Janadi.i,u   (own  j e  sili-s, be.-id.--i being .1   coiinle-i'-'-iiec1-:   lo  tiie   pi'opo',''(J   ll"(i   .M'li.nU'-ni lLiiIvv.ii  sclieine.     Htr.ui'ae   as   it   tuny -e-i-m   In  liiest   people-,   tie,trie ,dl   im- 01 e  n-i-v  being miii"il ii.   \W-,t Keiejlen.-iy, sou'h  of the Sl'ican, i*< only n>>,i';l, m  IJriti'h  Columbia.     Ti, i-i taken i'i lhc Sr.ite nf  "W.ishingtori   by Arncii'.-.in   tr.t!i^po;l,i  tiori cornpaiiies.  in   Arrif-ii'viri   e;,.rs  .a-  on Amciicaii bor-cs ; all   the  hk-h cm  ployed aie Americari*-,  (lie 'rt'uer- ,'iie!  laboiers.   the   tr-aiii-ters   nnd  i-,iib-o,.d  men,  *ho   iriiiie-e.wiifis, and even   the;  prospectors who st-ekefl tho claims anel  sold thorn, going back tr, the 'Statci to  .sound the money or bank  it.    All t!ic  material   and ;ill  the tools used on the  mines are brought in   from   the Htalc-i,  likewise   the   supplies,   e-it-ablos   and  drinkables.      "Where,   does  the  beuefil  to Camida come in ?    Wliy, of course,  a fiee ininor'ir. license  c.j.-.ls ������") .1 ye..,r,,  and. an Ainorican  lias  tlie 'same ,privi,',  leges as a'Camidian.     Yet there arc a  ���������loi..of   people  kicking at the present  .state of thing.-;.;  t ii-  oulotik  r,  ,1 ���������'.!  I  il   -.'������'. .IH  more   tl.'  1 Ih-   lir-l.    1*5  t  I i.'.ie ii .1 -ate 1  ' e\ jiii i-iori.  I fions nl' i.(,.|i  -' Ihe pl.i'-e.    'I  "i s    i ;i "!n-(i   fori. ,ul   1  ���������o. and  ,,n 1   I i.e i   ���������'  e\p|ii-n ut   w ;,'   .',    *  1 I in 11'. i-    i'ii   i'.'U.l.l'l  lA.IMi  .Hi.I   ile    f  ,b*n i  i.e   II   ���������   -   .1  lain 1,  lie '  ���������    .1 I'I .-   tv .-  -- lie*',,..;   -, ,' 1 '  l|i   1, u. 11, 1 ��������� I    ',  -.*-.,- .'ti...iuiiri iy tiiuicr Ins c_ve, and  11 ,.-: . -. .i'.,iice of hu svu.pariiy and  ��������� 1 -r.ii- r,v- .'ic convuvod. was absolute  1] ,.,t- ..��������� C iliinvtlOU between pliy-ic.il  ,-. ."io-. t 'i.-id i .Hiuuty ha.-i i.lwayn  .1 " ���������< - 'i.u/ il, ami !\lr. Muriay le)]-. a  I....- ai i'oiigiy.-ii|**gcsiM tint famiiiiu-  i,  1 * jv ��������������� in Melbourne." , he slid, "an  .,.,-,  ,u  1 i.i:,n liiiiK'.ed iii,ii*i .-a man  ���������.-���������*��������� '.r.'i of i.'ai.ed iibiiilv- -who  '��������� , !' I    1    a'  hi     Mil 1,1   I'Ollr.ill.'il   c.'.-ti-  ^A=@���������sd  ������S  S������������"  'BUS M-HJCTS  AL  'TRAINS   AND ������STEAMBOATS.  irxi^ja  jP :r o  H  B-A^u'in  es.v.4 ixerxtzAjycc r>rAt..KK-i-iTjtpu.=rr  xzzy s"v7-vn.tM*'..'w-* ���������zttkckzb-. .etcr=M-u=  wata������M.WM m"jti.  I 1  I    I  A  I  ll,',-li .isf, I 1.111:1  ,   ih.'    i.l'i'^.Kl"    V1 . I-  1   ( he .spt'Cl.l. 1.1 s '.!  I  llian If)*) were kill  Ml.  ,1  ������-I'-.:,m(  ,,  11 -11   11 * 111, "  ,--i   i.i.Ml.ib.nt  ' r y  w im in m.-i  :.i :'iii.i>' ,'e on,!!-  e r." ,-r  iln .*,  i  . >��������� 1 i (   ,,i,i ��������� m" .  ,,t   I1-   (e il.'.n.l .  1 l 1 ' 11 ill ',   (,,  ,  ���������     "ll    Wi   i. ���������   ,..  'I.  i Mill Cook, the l-'.ul ",,!   I tif 1,..'   Hie,"  Co'.!: gaii'.' ol" t''<ii:i ro1.;. " , ��������� -' - -  1 and    fl'-spei-.iilncs.   " 1.    -vp,i,.i   1  i posse    iiiiile-r   ."s|u-i i.i'  Peri ��������� . 1 e ,r    . -j1 ,  i Hl.i'iiori,    faiUi'ih)   Cm..    ,*'- -.i     ^'i' s-   "  la it l''r id.iy ni^hl  Pre'-tidcril     Giiich.irrl,    of    1 ' e   '   1 *'  Canal   Hoard, leit Mar,' 1"   '   Ai    (    -: .  hut week io l.iy betoi" !'-     iw,    li."   ,  pioposa! lo n: ii-'rn"  Ihe f-.-tn   (.���������'-   ''���������  cfii)(iirnctor-   Uie bite,'f-'onni l'c--tin .r,d  de fi(*sse*].'(.  Tho report that. Majeir Ce-tu-ral  U"r-  liert has rcsii'ii'-d t he cumin,md   ot   the  i'  1.  1 n  'i  it.  11"   1   1  ,   illv  1,1'  1  ;  \  ti,  (,','i'i.idi.in  iiiihli.i  been   [itiblislit el    in  a,;,-!.   1  witte-b  './  iii-,   pin  d.ui v  ,|.'  ..' r  b. twccii    ll-'iiifix   and    V,u i*.c.   i'  most emphatically dcnu'l b_j, Gi-.ii.i.d  Il'erbf-rt himrtelf. He says Ins t*clnl iott;-'  with lion. Ait:. I'al K-iv.iiii (M ini-i.'-i of  'Militia) ii.ro. of ��������� the iii-i:-*,!, .*,''i''.iidiy ii.ii'l  corf I tii.l oho.i*.'i.<;(        7 '.  ������������������ '  i,i Hi   i,i >. ' (I  r - / -t   in <*!��������� ii ii on t '1  11' .     1 ' it 11,     or,     J ' f 11.' 11 1  tan.",    licit     b'etti'*  ill a sifl,in;,r p'.'-itiori  on." d 1 . -( ,ifl' 1 " 11 'I  .Iii.' I VSe> ii( er -Old nun" I ','  u 1 .-. |.|.-tii ' 1 1 ��������� ,,,,/ |(| || id  ...Im..!: I.e. 1 ,..mp, 1 1 0111. .1. I1...1  fi'iy.kcl", "il, wa.'! i'i,'.itii I' I ii;i.|. ,1'ln  ('iiuie  Traill .]*'-"liiilii''    Mm n. ��������� M ,  found  p'-f,  11'* ��������� 1 (  r���������   ���������   " lie 1|  '"1 I. ���������l  III    lit, ,,  I I  ill  '.l-('���������  nf  The'f--  g'.nrv. Ho  il.ii.i i' With  11 ..I  ,1  1  .I'.V    .Mil  ��������� (���������; i 1 '.mo  . 1 'i ,.   *.i.xi,  .'1   ol   llii)  . ��������� -    am... 1  1.   i.cli ���������!'.   '  * " i-' '1   a  etiiye,"  *.\!,,' 'li   tho   (,.\i- t-  '-   '-. 111 ,;iiii(.ic,'������  s  ib.i In d,  ,-t;id   I  id!   11"  n  1 ,ni'-s  ,' ,.,-iil    in' 1 - at'iiy  ...   li, ; .1  I,,'-   I'I  li- I',   V. il '  1 ��������� 1 ���������.*���������'���������   i.(    ii       ,   I,,-'0. y  '.J'-'l,',   ll      ��������� 'l     'III    '.t  'ill  b' It,.'   /,   ,'   (i-je 1    ���������lie ll-  '    ,'.,': 1   ]'   1, .1  11, ,1 e-oii  .-   , 1,1; ',-ioii ' .'i> ni'i^niay i,    iu 1J.0  ,1/ ,.e n..-v-l(ii< it ce-rtfiln    Kut    of  fn><>  1    !    t,     vi'inti-.ir    expliiii .iioti   e.r  . .     -  ,-.'!- j t I ,Ioii i "'-e-   lit,",   it can  ���������  I- ,v . ,0 < * at   ail   up ,11   v.-h.tt   arc  1   O  r-pl.'i t > -.1   I ml 'l't "  "vT^-Jr.  o  a:  K3> J- II a ^^  "^5  ���������^  SUCCESSOR  TO  ' .  .me- tf/tsTFBM mmwi HO5? il Ti  J  t!   B ���������?  TvT.< f T T.TO    TV*T  I  rp n^rs  ;.   r   'i 8  r-t ?-* M, I  .1  up a*  1  I  g-i-j-a  J  \i  AND  ^  *t> r-' Vi >r    '���������>, ���������*     h Y      L    i $  I      ������   l   r\ -> -   a t  t      S 4    t r\ ii  t   u.;i--v;ti   \i    ,M- ,-<',"'"-���������''���������'������������������ Or ALL   |>\ vA\l  'ti  At/'-ut for   V/a'ctous r.RKino Company.  Spcis'1* Wagoa Company  -V  l  Stbekho.iTr.  oil Sfi f-"M'-#w  JC. A. \J   IA. kJ \J O      $������j%. $Jk :^J\  -i 1  I  Jt^JIN STONK. L'Hoi'itiK'i'oit.  I  The Dining Room is furnished wilh tlie best the  arket affords  ���������si.'_:-(.la..,d  ii.cn  ilh-'i-  eiird fit  .*. rll,  i  1.7,1-,;:  *i i,c I.,, i <  :v,:ry;h,-*  ,.._'.t <-'_.(. ;  ��������� I,, r i,,i, t.  .!  (:  ry,  7 )'���������<������������������������������������.  (lC  il.li'.f.lis  <.:hi.'*o,."l.]  j. j.iit<  -rot  BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE 0H0I0EST;  f   WINES, LIQOO'RS"- AND CIGARS.':; '    ',  p������UffitfA*i TIIE KOOTENAY  "vr *��������� r t  Mix iLr.  PAGE 3.  LOCAL ITEMS.  Silver is at a standstill at 59g.    ���������  John Ringer is now driving the head  ' team on tbe saw-log road.  The letters of Mike Maloney aud H.  F. Hay will appear next week.  Mr. and Mrs. F. McCarty will leave  next week'to visit friends in Tacoma.  Mr. Jack Ross, of Belleville, Ont., is  ���������visiting Air- Henry Lovewell.'at Hall's  Landing this week*  A. Mc-Dougald had the misfortune to  cut his foot tlie week before Christmas  and is still nursing it.  Post office inspector'Fletcher arrived  in town from the coast this week and  '���������  went on to Nakusp.  Fred Ibbotson (belter known iis "the  kid"), who has been on the sick list  since Christinas, is now improving.  Tlie Victoria Province has been incorporated as a limited liability company, wilh a capital stock of $25,000.  Three ' hundred and twenty tons of  ore ,for the Ornaha smelter were  brought out by the Nakusp <fc Slocan  Railway in one week.  The bard weather has put.an end to  the snowslides in the mountains, but  tlie. trains aie 1 tinning considerably  behind time.  A new-appoinledoflicial is filling our  only municipal ollice. Rob Green has  been appointed lamplighter, vice  Orange llamilto.i, resigned.  Mr. O. II. Allen, of the biewery, has  commenced cutting ice.'   The crop this  year* is said to be excellent, and cutting  , will novy become genei-al.        '   ,     ,    ������  The Slocan Surprise Co., of Chicago,  with  ;i   capital of $230,000,   has  been  duly registered to transact business in  ,    this province.  The  steel  tubing;- for ihe  Ashcroft  bridge   is   now   on    the    spot,   being  brought,"to   Vancouver    by  steamer.'  . The tubes measure five feet in diameter.  Louis'Victor, an Indian, was hanged  ' at New Westminster on Thursday for  '   the  murder of an  Indian  policeman.  He protested his,innocence to the last.  Ji'ojil? out for the noisy explosion of  bombs and fire crackers and the accompanying din pertaining to the celebra-  ',, tiou'of the Chinese JNo'w Year, which  commences next Friday.  The t-ax collector for this district has  an advertisement' iu this* week's issue  which it \yilj_ be well for taxpayers to  study. Th'ere'is a reduction on all taxes  paid"before June 30th.  The Y.P.S.C.E. will hold their meet-  0 ing on Monday evening at 7..'30 in the  Pi esbyterian church. Subject���������"Christian Problems and Perplexities." All  are welcome.  For,the first- time  this winter a suf-  ' ficient quantity of snow fell in Vernon  ' last week.to make good sleighing, and  the roads  throughout the district are  repor ted to be in  first-class condition.  Winnipeg 'Free. Press':    Mr. Thomas  Lister,   manager   of   the   Chamber (?)  mine,'at Three. Forks; in the Kootenay  district,   is   in ��������� the- citv.    He  speaks  ,very hopefully of mining prospects in  British Columbia.,  ' During 1S94 West Kootenay shipped  silver ore to lhc value of $100,000; gold,  {".170,000; lead, $1S0,000; copper, $15,-  'o\)0; a total of $770,000. The silver ore  .assayed over $i0J a ton, with bar silver  at (50 cents an ounce.  .Mrs. W. R". Rcid writes to say : " W.  R. lieid has not gone to Nakusp, and  therefore not to P. Genelle's to work,  nor has he any idea of going."  [Tho in.'oi-matloii .vas <ctit in by a Kontleiiiaii  who Dviilci. not ii f--r.'-at tlUt.inee from Mr. Koitl,  null vv-fj; publislmil in o'Xiil laitli.���������KlJ.]  A large coii.signinent of halibut  passed through here last week on one  of the delayed, Atlantic expresses. It  was from'Vancouver for Boston and  weighed 120,WW. Another shipment  of two carloads went Uirough on Tliurs-'  clay, bound for New York.  Iii spite of our prophecy of last week  the price of furs still remains unaltered. ' Billy McCulloch came back on  Wednesday   and    reported   that   few  1 signs of animal life were visible, up the  Jordan Pass, lie caught a few marten  the pelts of .which were in fine condition.  To aid the .English Church Rectory  building fund, a calico masquerade ball  was held inDonald last night. Messrs.  Pool and Kincaid, of Revelstoke, assisted in providing music for the function, which was a distinct success. Dan  Alton, of the bridge gang, was also  present.  John P. Noilson. mail carrier between  Revelstoke and Big Bend, left- here  on Monday with his dog train for up  river. He' has three dogs dragging a  sled loaded with about 150 lbs. of mail  0mal,f.er etc., which is not too heavy if  the snow' is in" favorable condition.  They were met by Geo. LaCorme on  Tuesday IS miles up.  Rev. Iid win Smith, B.A., late of  Winnipeg, arrived in town this week  and will take pastoral charge of the  Presbyterian church. Services will he  held as usual to-morrow evening 'at  7.'!0; Sunday-school at 2.30 p.rrr. There  will bea prayer meeting next Thursday evening." Mr. Smith resigned his  Winnipeg charge lo come here, at the  request, of the Rev. Dr. Robertson.  Mr. Jos. Dunn went down to Bannock  Point on Monday, on business for his  firm. He says A. Cumiiiings is building an extension to his hotel'at Hall's  Landing, there being a lot of traffic  between the Wigwam and Bannock  Point. There, were several hundred  Ions of ore lying al the point, which  had been brought from Nakusp by the  stormier Kootenai. Mr. Walker was  running a very good hotel at the Wigwam.  An advertisement in another ('011111111  iu ibis issue anno'inces that'the C.P.U.  have placed th"ir Revelstoke tovvnsile  on the market. Mr. T. L. Ilaig, the  agent, says Lhat Ihe lots can be purchased at/a very reasonable price, and  thai cxccplioniibly favorable conditions are oli'i red persons intending to  build. The number of lots for stile is  limited, and several have already been  disposed of. Eurlh'T information,  can   be  obtained at  The men employed in the C.P.R.  shops heie were put on half time List  Monday.  Several men left here this week for  Big Bend, to commence woik on the  bridge over Downie Creek. Tom Bain  is U1- be foreman on the job.  At a director's meeting on Tliursday  Mr. T. L. Ilaig was elected managing  director of the Revelstoke Printing  and Publishing Co.. for ISiij.  There was a turnout of the Selkirk  Snow-shoe Club on Wednesday night  which was originally^iiitended should  be a* big affair, winding up with a  diince in Bourne's- Half. It was expected that the station club would have  joined the tramp, but' when the  Selkirks arrived al the appointed  meeting place there was no one there.  and after a long wait, they, like, the  Duke of York,, " marched up the hill  arid then marclied down again." flap-1  pears that very few of the station club  knew anything .bout tbe tramp. If  the stiowshoe clubs aie,., willing to avail  themselves of our columns such a contretemps as that of "Wednesday may  not'occin again.  Yesterday was an ideal skating day,  and this thought'seems to have struck,  some of our athletic population, as'  several notable "dealers were at work in'  the forenoon clearing the snow from  the ice which covers the large poo! just  below the bridge. In the afternoon  there was a considerable crowd, and a  most enjoyable time vvas spent. No  records were broken, neither any skate-  straps, heads or limbs, not even the ice.  In addition to the skating there ,was  capital coasting clown > the river bank,  which was greatly ' enjoyed by the  y'oungsteis and several " children of  larger growth,"' including some of the  fair sex. Tho'ice'is secure and strong,  measuring about IS inches in, thickness.  While 1-1. N. Coursier was driving bis  sleigh down tiie hill from McCarly's  boarding house, on Wednesday night,  the. horse began to prance and cut-up  at the contact' of the whifile-tree,  against his hind legs. Little Eric  Coursier was in the sleigh, and to save  the boy in case_the horse ran away, his  father threw lfinfbut on'a snow bank,  from which he began to roll back' int,o  the road and under Ihe sleigh. Seeing  the child was in more danger than ovei,  Mr. Coursier jumped out of the, sleigh  and caught.,hi in on the bound, leaving  the horse to his own sweet will. Tlie  'animal got clear of the shafts and was  afterwards "caught outside Ilumetfc  Co.'s store.   The boy was unhurt.  CORRESPONDENCE.  [aDDHESSI'D    TO    T3IE    ED1TOK.]  The -Editor c-iiiiiut be rc-iioiwiblu fm ihe opinion.;  e'Xj)i'C=-C(i by con-e-ii'-'ii'Icnts. -  Righteously Indignant.  Sin,���������I saw in yor.r'last week's issue  wli.it your correspondent " Deerfoot "  said, viz., that li-iiians Chinamen and  Indians-were ail the same. To begin  with, anybody can see who "Deerfoot"  is. l(shoukl like to impress upon bis  mind to practise, what his Order  teaches���������"Charity to* all men." nThe  wiit-er only shows bis ignorance of the  Italian nation. He seems to think  Italians are like himself., Let him read  histm-v add then' he will see what we  are.���������Yours truly, P. ARENA.  Revelstoke, Jan. 15th, 1S:)5.  JL.  li  JL LzJEk.  B  "JL  Mr. Pieard's Water Scheme.',  Sir,���������In your last, issue Mr. Picard  offers to supply the town with water  from thc Columbia, River. What about  getting clear spring water- from the  stream which flow's past Long's brewery ? which has a natural fall a'ud  could be turned, 11.H over the town without machinery or pumps of any kind.  This could bo. easily done for $500, and  a veiy small monthly payment from  each of the lionseholdeis would defray  the expenses and be remunerative to  the 'speculators. On the other hand,'  'there would be a constant bill'of expense ' connected with Mr. Pieard's  scheme, , and probabilities of his  machinery breaking down or his apparatus ,taking a. trip down river for  Nakusp.' No. hobby Edward,' lot us  have something practicable.���������Yours  faithfully, -MACARONI.  .Revelstoke. Jan: IS, 1805.,  AND  KM  IL [f,nr-w  v-i   if  anew  AT,  ������������������Mr. F. G. Vernon; Jato Chief Commissioner of Public Works, has, it is  said, been appointed Agent-General for  British Columbia in London, in'place  of Mr. II. C. JJcctori, resigned. ������  AIT placet* 'claims in this District  legally, held may be l.-i id over from Lhc  15'lh October. 189-1 ,'Lo the 1st June, 1S95.  N. FITZSTUBBS,   "  ,���������   Gold Commissioner.  Dated at Nelson, B.C.,  4th October, 1S01.  '   Cruelty to ��������� Animals.  ���������   c���������r      0  Sir,���������There is .nt present much said  about the destruction of game in this  province by would-be sportsmen. But  there is another*,matter which should  occupy tin} attention of tbe authorities,  and tlialis cruelty to animals, such as  is.practised on sleigh dogs and pack  horses and mule's. I wish it to be  understood than 1 do not desire "to  .interfere wich the1 mode of conveying  merchandise, etc., into the remote  parts''ol our mining districts, but I  onlywish to call attention to the overloading of these animals without considering , the distance they have to  travel and tbe hardships they endure.  I noticed a dog- train leaving town,  thc other day with the mail for Big  Bend, and I consider those dogs were  overloaded, especially on their first  trip. To remonstrate with the driver  vvas of no use. The sooner that noble  society for the prevention of cruelty to  animals send their agent here the  belter.' .1 should like to see someone  take the nuttier up.���������Yours truly.  ..Revelstoke, Jan.r.17, 1895.       C-klD.  Crisis in France.  REVELSTOKE DIVISION, "DISTRICT  OF WEST KOOTEHAY.  -NOTICE   TO  TAXPAYERS.  N  JOTTOE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in  accordance with the Statutes,  that "Provincial Revenue:, Tax aud all  taxes levied underthe "Assessment Act"  are now (hie for the. year 1895. 'All of  the above-named taxes, collectible  within the Revelstoke Division of tlie.  District of West Kootenay, aro now-  payable at my ollice.  ,        . *  Assessed Taxes are collectible at the  following rates, viz:���������  If paid on or before June HOfch, 1895���������  One-half of ,one per cent, ou' real  property.  * Two per cent, on the assessed value  of wild land.  One-third of one per cent, on personal  properly. ,    ,  One-half of one per cent, on income.  If paid after June SOLh, 1805���������  Two-thirds of one per cent, on real  property.  Two and one-half per cent, on thc  assessed value of wild land.  One-half of one per cent-, on personal  property.  Tlirec-fonrths of one per cent, on income.  Provincial revenue Lax, $.'���������) for oveiy  male person over 18 years. .  JOS. D. GRAHAM.* ,  Acting Assessor and Collector,  Revelstoke, January 15th, 1893.  NOTICE OF APPLICATION.  The President, of France, M. Gasimir-  Perier, ha^rooigned. and 'great, excitement prevails throughout the country.  Some, of tho newspapers are calling the"  President' a- coward to throw up-his  position at such a critical time as the  resignation of Premier Dupny had  created. Tlio Due de Orleans hits left  England for Belgium, and id is thought  that the Royalists will make another*  effort to proclaim a monarchy. On  Thursday M.Felix Faure was elected  President, but not much enthusiasm  vvas displayed by the populace.  '   RAILWAY  ACCIDENTS.  An accident occurred on the C. P. R.'  between Notch Hill and Shuswap on  'Monday, when some cars of a westbound freight train broke through a  trestle bridge and fell into the ravine  below, a distance of about, 50 feel. Tiie  engine, and one car did not leave the  rails, the accident being caused by tlie  breaking of a wheel under the second  car,,which,derailed.all that, followed.  Brakesman Frisken, seeing a crash was  inevitable, jumped into the ravine and  escaped with a broken band and numerous bruises,. Conductor Harris had  his jaw,, broken and was severely  bruised. The train consisted of 22 cars  loaded'With merchandise for the coast'  and agricultural implements for Australia.  A freight train was ditched by a mud  slide at Port .Ilaney on Tuesday, the  engine and six cars being derailed. No  one was hurt.  maps,   terms, e  cither of Mr. Haig's oilier.'-..  J. A. .Simmons returned on Thursday  evening from it two day's hunting friji  no thc'niounlain behind the brickyard.  Tlie going was good as far as the green  (inilicr, but rather heavy beyond that,  lie c.-itne across Lhc tracks of cariboo,  hut vvas not lucky enough lo gel a  sighl of Ihe animals themselves, fie  ���������sn .v .-*..  I'i-w   grou."'    and   numbers  of.  , "sun.'/shoe-' i.-abbils,' soc-illcd from the  very bi'rgo impressions which Iheir feel,  ��������� make, hi the snow. : The-ic last, ,,much  Lo i.lie regret'of his .gourmandyfrieiids.  lie (lid not 'think worth shooting.'1  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Lhal  application will be made to the  Parliament of Canada, a I, the next sei--  sion thereof, for an Act to incorporate  it Company for the purpose, of constructing, equipping, maintaining and  operating a line of railway lo run from  a point at, or near Lhc mines known as  thc "Trail Creek mine*--." in (be District  of Kooteiuiy, in the Province of Bi iri-h  Columbia, Lo some point .'is near as  practicable to the junction of Trail  Creek and the Columbia River, in Lho  said District of Koolenuy, wilh power  to construct, equip, inaiiiiain anil operate' branch lines; and also tu construct  and operate telegraph ami telephone  lines in connection vvilh iln* said railway, together with the usual powers lo  acquire lands, privileges, bonuses, or  aids from the Dominion or Provincial  Govcrnuieril.s, audio make traffic and  other arrangements vvilh railway,  steamboat and oilier companies, and  for .-ill 01 her usual and necessary  powers, rights and privileges.  Haled ii.. Vancouver, this 1Mb day of  .laiiiiary, 'A.I). 1895.   ,,.';-'���������  DAVIS, M.ARSITAS'.L.I'a  7.   MAONEl!',!, ic .ABBOTT.. ��������� ��������� ���������  A   ���������.       b'ol.ioili.irs/orA)>/)'icOii.'s.  Worse than the Summer Floods. l  The. devastation wrought liy Ihe  recent, floods in the. Eraser valley and  on the coast is said to be greater I ban  Lhal that caused by the high water last  June, though fortunately no lives have  been lost, .and the loss of live slock has  been compar.il'ivelj' slight. 11 has been  stilted thai in some, places lhc water  rose two feet higher than in any previous flood. Dykes which withstood  the inundation last June have now  been broken through and swept it way.  Bridges hilherlo untouched by floods  have been washed away, and in Vancouver cellars and houses flooded and  great loss sustained for- tlio first Lime  in the history of the cily. On Vancouver Island great dauiag.; vvas done  to railways'. On the coast thi.- was  mostly the effect of very high tides.  The trifiic bridge at Wcstiniiisfcr  .Junction and .several bridge- over the  ('oquill.im River were carried away.  Five miles of roadway al Sic  vvas undei water, and Sea  was covered with three feet of  At- Mission Cily the Frascr rose six  feel in one day. There was no perceptible rise in the Columbia here.  ���������vcsLon  Island  vv.ilei.  A jurv at Los AiiL'elcs has returned  a vei'dieiyof .98,0.00 in .favorOf C.haHcs  A. Le-e, a..bi:a.-c.si..an,' who Aued, ,the  Southern IVe-ilic .for, ������50,000. for tlio,  loss of his ng.Sit, leg. .  ���������' ' ,7  &  , 3E3 ������ZZ1*Z*23TJI  -ElULIL.  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At'.; dqri 't' _>-rri iikoyyol d 7N qiih 1:  yAyyyyebster loplr'ptiloy.thon���������������������������i',iii*'.������;KoiV^1 "'���������.'ii:7.''j'7":  yyyyy-y^rrsifiBo^er'y lobkedyiill;'yir6nti<i,v;iri7S'  -.,' y ..yhelplessi way, but^iiS: thori wtifl viit) csca pei -  r 'yy 7: :ali"ey ,turr)ed 'oyer; tlio,lOayijsyiuj(Vygaye!e'iu't-;  y������ytl^ywprdy7'priinoriliallyyyyi^  '-y;77 tackleiiy i 17.withyayysmiloA of yself "-qoh iiy;  ytj;yydeiicey Imt^inissed.'jayShey'tlierAgiive'liiiii"  Ayy.'yplouriticiii; AandJib: hiis3od;!igi.i:!::;7'HA  yathitJi'^iiaiieuvor''aaliy,ngii^  S'*r.toJipiec"os''.;oir.^^  .-;'.;av'.'A7,'Y_OU'iiaV_3'^  ���������Vi,she;siiid7^'but ;if,};du7 wish, tb-77  13 t.'r (:;tjtlt:i"!4 it."������,; Oetetcli' anil.  ��������������������������� ,ia:,'.y;yyy%^iy^.!y7v:tH7-Vu.tJWi-ii.:y7y.y' -yy'  yy .'.c^y,,,:;; ��������� ;,.yr(4, ���������?.;"q|Vf'ho' Fraiic', i ',1-lre.pch V.;;  :is; wi i iioat': ay 'syuqii via _-,'i 11 ���������;���������. tiiijy^'i'i.jiis'ii.'  f,lai'igi:!:^'a.:,;.,;Ii, :piyipt*.-!y',boidiiii7yyO i7yJi.ci--:  ' "th'H't, iii.i yui<iyc!y'���������fql.lqws'j.'tnt'.y'old..Aw v\������u..  y,'.'Wli!:t's::Wia-tli,; doing": is y'we;. Ah" iieiiiig,  yweJly'y -:T|.'.-y.y.Tffpa"'IbptS'yiria tue :'nrl;:'.oiy  yell p! ex:i j ai*,-,-.: .;tT i'i eiio.r,' try i u tx ci rcuiii's.tlaiicui  .,'the'.y'.;'':t'Se;,'cqp,!:,a'nfc  ;y.:;-;7'TiJ4Jii|7:tilk&i'r  ;tri]Vt^i>l^ii;t^'wl-i)hi;t.,'7;,siiid; ^Vt TSVae-'ViiA^y  .���������������������������Ui:Qiiari;v.Va!.i(l';afteV^  yt.Jieysinoker,iv.-ent iiito^pi^lyifylieTairi'ilyi',;  ,p!ilsiieiiger.y:c'oabhep;,;y.iCu'j'ii^  "[ over 7; 11: yAialio w- pii ssehgert), ��������� lAia p \'( A '(.*��������� ly  7p,.]eti,my gtizd:rest;;Pii.a>,dtiiiiure;::(i;dyitA  ���������ii-ttle vyoiuiihyac^  , batyudiqsey'B&it'tWiis; inyaligniiiuiityv', iiii,  yaiiii.b. *������������������'.���������.'She!.'/'wni3',-'iiitS  4i>ages;b'f ':t'-j"iiipbr :CoybredyFrei:c:i '���������litiy'fjl','1'.  'A',-.'ii:ttlerii'*itei*:.she!:'..dropjiiiii  ypi'o'i'lu'ceil,;^  ��������� rdundeiX liyyiioxesydiiindybii'gsyautTfihavvl:  7str;ipy;buutl!e3-7a.7st(iaitie*vyscl)e  /the y Ceiiiij'^i'i'jiipyy'Geiierii'le, ������������������- Trarisa.iiaii-7  '.tique,::ilie':Fi;e:ichyiirib"tb'Il;iyre. ZyA/y'yy  '���������;/A",Tq''/iiii-; a|:ipeariiiie.e";���������She/iWyas-ynncpaf*'  "sclbuS;pf,;tlie;;'..xiHb:i"ce pf]For.'nCTgbbbrs7;  ;She' hii'd.'reiri'oyed' her' bat,; fiytii^ty/toe'pitv':  7'ipd,yw;i^yy'atlir������dy.'in/,yaaslurty/:boi)i)^  ;which ytl 1 pre? peeped yforth/rv-ytriiii'/lfttle*/.  'fbotiiiicasadln'ivspft'^ipperyayy  a'v./'V'A^w.eyii'bare^^  abpcainbyyiioryeraslvyyiipiinilteib/y^  / iisi i\y h ei' stea (11 eF g&he^ li 1 ei sh p' reiiiii-i-epi/y,  v.edyfrOTt'asbiiiHy'yuu^eeifyliiyiiW  /blouse of ���������spl't.'-rfchiiiiatei-iai/ /Sh^-ytheii".  '"'tri piled' di) vv-ii, the; aisl.bytb', the' ti4Vijrts''.;-:l>V.:  / v tm)ry7iuid7^i7;*iiipiuejit  :ywitl7 tii.o .iuikygiirmenf^/tiiey";^  yitjg' r-alre^i'i tfi; p]acb,:,;yRbsu:!tiiti;:j:h������iV"S(';vt,  yshe'buttpiibdilheylilqi  fgeri-jvfixp.fiyftig'^  ���������thix������ii%7andy!ts;'quicklyyginlea*:iffi  a. n tffh'r.^? \y i .t h.'/a y;ioaythei*-.'"ti5i?.] t/yy'f r -yii ''���������; >^.;:-1 ���������/S'/x^'r/- 7.  .--p..'Byy:th*i������?i",m^  M^'mMfzktt&mm  RUNrilNGyA.(THEATRE,IN THEyEARLY^  y-7y'a/yE^RS/6E:yTHE/CENT'U'Ry;A7/^y  ybei/inbyeii'teiits/iin'l aw'btirtoi;eiil:yvv!i(iiy,s!]p;  ^vbTiiyyieieyyiexty*/;! w'X^ iidisliji*;ii>/3.<,;ft-';.'i'ii;  "th(;,ii"Iijr:7;.';.-'.a^*'itlv?bfresfu  71ieAijased:'i(wbi:;bei'yiibaT  ypfnikeyfabrio 7t^  ;uiyR_tlv������;iqii^.yma'nn,^  ;tindbry;th47.::bpt7nay,thb'y;fv]^  _ /drbi^ei^toitiiefloor/ayThoitit .\v<yiay tlitit  ' ye vor yiporrjou, in \ tlib y :oar iyyw ai������/7vviitci)iiiiK:  ���������hbh7^,i?;-y7:A',^;.A^  //7.7l;l?T*e'wi tb������ ynqxtyisceiip/^  .; rpi; in iV fci'b iv/iii"."! fc Vvy pu 1 il > ii;*a!'-' h'01-; 11 i os^I fc'"'yi ?.i k' ���������  yordbaI-Tf.the, subatitutipiiy 7p^^^  ��������� m.dr'^i.tli'^^^  circu'i'iiS(:ri!)eiV^p;iob7be^  '���������pfiti'dayZta^  ;'phio(i;/oU(i)-y-iy(n>l^  yvlieiiicAxbrp-ikeiiisT Itii'ewyiiij/fdir tel.pyy-;  ytriiyeie'r/^yiiayaboiit/fcqyii'.Au  gs/yi:is|;iirbet!'./bi,|i;:  y';*Thi^eput1;pfyfpnr,';yyheyshpiited;.ft^  ;/y/*atruclt/.:his'':,.';.'fa,ybrite 7:att,ittido.yA;"Mrs.7  7A.Bowser,"don't tryito'rnakp out _that"Iyrny  ;Aya dolt./ r;injiyih;ivb:goty:Siiirlitiy,yyiiiixed :  ������������������.'"ynpori'l-ttiat'". first" word/ as /.f/, hadn't .'soetv'.'it','  7:���������*: foirAlirec.yor four .dii};8.,ybut Iyktidvy/Iy  ;y;,..spelloibtlie pthersycorrecUy./'.yA ,.-y;.y  7./:���������������������������������������������"���������'��������� "Slib' kii'ewylip'hiidnytybut kbie iet it.go  ';,;:4.aneTgave7'him7^1iTtnie;ct}itibii,"7 'yfosdiii-  "y, ferouRvyaiid'''p.itaclvSniy-y/77yy/ A.-y/y'  ; 7 :>. ,7You .liiissod'ytlipiu,; all," she /said as  ���������,yy.8heyclpi4iod,thb,,bqpk7y.7y'y, .:AvA-y::../���������/'/./ '  y', >: /"What l/I missed everyone?" ' y: ��������� /7-  ���������':/.; y *,Yes,/deiir.y Ybuy,'miBHcid: sixy pnt.of:  '/ seven words/but you' needn't /feel-���������-ii1-'/.  7 7.: ;.' 'Sixi out of ;spyon. words? /Never'".be:  y-:' shouted u^.hisyears grpwy fipry :red:7/';jti>1  ''', may have .riiixbd, tliat first .'-'.word}'; lint, iis/  ���������'' y'for:tlie-.6tliersJ knbwyl/iiiid ' :e'tii'7rigiity  ���������/ : Why;������������������. woniiiii,;���������; do ; you': suppose .I.,wiis/  /���������'���������/��������� borriia 11 svyanipand/'brbu^iity'up-.yi'iya:  ��������� 'Aba'riir-'T lint's theyway with yotiaylfyvyA;  :7"'eytir atiirt'but,'to.:have a/'plsxis-vntSev-oiyy,  A ing-"ybo/huiit for"sdtnG/excuae'rto spoil  'iy':''it-'777a77A;/;7';7'A//;/y.;;'/:,^  /   / ''Yon don't want me to sny-yon spell-^:  od'the. words right wheii you -didri't, /do  ya.you't''1 8he:Qsked/; .'/yy ,';y ,...,,.������������������  y''*But I did, spell; ''ein ,'fight,", ��������� he,per-;  :'' : sisted. /"You, we're/siuiply. detertiiined 1  ;   tocotno put ahead ou the :recbrdy ,,Ivlr.s.,,  7   Bowser, Iaihythankful ..that  the Lolrd  y, did not make*..intiAwith.,yorir: diaposi-,.-.  7 --.tion.',' A;;_ 7,/,./,:/'"'/,//; '���������/.:,.���������'./ 7*,'.-yyv ��������� .;avA7..  ',/��������� ��������� ���������: "Ihavei to decide according to; "V7eb-  . , steryshe qnietly-'-foplie'd. a';,    ���������:���������;;��������� ''77 ",  ���������';,.     "Arid who is VVeb'stor?" he/loudly d'i-  rnanded. ��������� :"BecnnsG old "Noah .-"WoBstor.  7  weht (it It and cbllectod c-ylot, of vyords  and spelled them to pleasei himself.-dot's..;  7,  dt'fPllow- thaty'hiii  spelling "y.i-j 'corr.rctV  ', Have the rest of��������� us got. to' * follow. him  ,\ like n fic^k of sheep?    I. say.,I  sp--l/:>l;  /six of, thboo riijht, Webster or, vo : Web.  /��������� Bter !'���������'*. ������������������ , ������������������     ;;,'/ ', -.',;       , ;,y    y ,a  7      "But yon.'ft'ald I missed  three.,   Why:  ��������� .don't I claim I spoiled tho, whole) 20 cor ���������'  /  rectly?"    '������������������ ' -A-" *^  ���������"��������� 7,,'y ���������������������������  ���������'Asa fact.'Mr. iBownor,   tu? 'a, tuatler'  of truth' rtrii'l fact, you   rriiflflpd   iiboi'it' 1-1  words,'hint I didn't want  to' hurt.' your![  fbclir'i'gft,'  ' If, you   ha.dd't  betiv'y.'d". yeinr 1*  '  j'iiilotui feit.iiing, I   shotllib'i'l. hyi.v'f) ..-JiiiS a'  .word 'about, it.    1 knovv, an'i you  iY'iow,  . that 1 curi :C;i--l! ���������!���������') .words   ti',  your ori'-.  Biit'we'll e.'it, the" riiiitter .right lie'r'.'."   ,  "You might try .again.'   I  tiiiiik yoti  were a little.���������excited."       - "'���������' \  , "Not ano/he.-r try,'   When yn'ti saw mo  ' feeli.ritr   gbo'i-urtf.u're'l and  h.'ij)f;y,   ymi  ���������'iimde iip'yo'ur iti'iii'fj/tp, fiit., dbwn"-'ou. nut  and Hpoil tin- ..���������vf.u.iiig.    .Y')t)   hiivy -uitf .���������  ce.-t'iled.     I iakc'back-.what I.fliii/!   iib.iut  thar, lov.-ii'i)'.i.-;'i.iii)'l.   "I can  nov," 'itieicr-  fitand   that .Hor'ne  sort.of a  low-down-  trick -.vas played .0,1   him,  iinil, .1 ii<i man  ttruck.Iiornc. ���������  Excinio mb, Mrs. Jiowiibr,  ���������btii  I have.'Kott'io ,''.writing' to   fi"   i/i   the-  1 library,    If, I shouldn't He'.*; you arid old  Noali Wet 'ft let* agiiiri this cvoriini-, I'bid  you good-night and pleasant eb-cauifl. ���������'   .  7M. 'CmMt.,,  japlHce/iuidysiifrpuhciy  ������������������/:io.t:^7rA'.',';})/jf.i'yf  :;,,wher_3i^-Jr.q':i^  ;|Ap(iji'ib;vd<Syiiiidyvy,iih7,;tli&, riKaii-tJiiice' .oi'/ii'  yi3ilye'r'i7,i),nttirt,ti,:S,pok;  7|5tifi:!g'ilusAiieratipn'"l)er^  ���������'(;'ar}i:_fii!ly,:/.!ar.reiri"^  .'/fh/at.ji.ot/Ui;pyi|iii'u  ,;Viis^l:iyb(V7'tibr;cptild;;/a: {ClpfePsyoViseisyer/  hadypabybiibu/preserit, y/geti 7tt'7gl'iuipsb(;o'i|.;  .';liti^riOi7'"y7'y/;'Ay7yyy7^/aa-7//'y.,.7/yy '-.������������������''  .yy/'Tt)eyvylifllAtlJiiig'wfis\sb7db  ;S0 qiiicklv- iice-otnplislied;, witli'gr'iice-raii'il'  ���������biiseywiiilf1 ;i:i>(i priiicilialy-'perfoi^icr wii^.  ^iyidoptly/i^ripn'ii'it.y.rtf.-the'ycoti.'tig  ,v;h'aif'-n litindriidvaiiitised   t)oo7io.!ayt:iaf,;;f  ;>Vrieif JComhlo i.1vo<l  S-l,pOO a Wot.li.WiU  I���������]<���������;; Ut4a>iI*'ia<l,to^,ln4-'r^lrlf Lauo���������^^e 8������,'!iry  , ; 7P������lrt to ' the* Stiira of LmiKAEO���������ApPioiitp  ���������  ttl4>lc:Invc������tihout. ���������'���������-''';.'  ���������Ji-'r'i :'*���������'���������: A'AA '���������������������������������������������':���������':'/:''/'  ;7yif':on^wero:7 asked -oSa handed, :tp;ex-'  ���������ypressyaii; ppiiiiouyi'n,. 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Hnltl,_'-;-'btit boald  .you help���������'!/.i'.v,l(������1gi.'tsi:'���������'tiCt.liiiiig to, but? yl.  .'j'lmvoii't.liiid' anythi'i.afor tlir'?^;day's..",;  1 -yy ���������}.),; yon Jjvp iii N" '������������������' Ypi'i;?" * 7 '���������'���������'���������/ .-;������������������  ���������������������������...-.. ���������'Ye'fi.-'.sir.' : 1 tiavo lived hero all my  lifo." ���������������������������.'���������':���������".;.��������� 7';y 7' ", ;/y'i"7y; -7'-y..:7  "Ab,, .poor/ rnanl   I  dptt.'t .soerhovv,.1,  , ���������curi'!:<.��������� ip yii.'1 'then'!', ,,lf yiiti"i.i'ri.-l,*'. boon a  7)ou-r.-'si.l'ori.t L t;e.iii'li|,luiVii''iuvii'-l" you/to.'  : dirioywitbaiiiy'af tho id h I'i''���������-iiifo, /���������    ,;   '���������  i-tiy-  joe  (i'i; /������������������re  ���������aid Av;  i.:i.-U'"iity.i;t,:: id'.epili.  a!'/!'!ii'!i..'irv*'-.,)f hot ���������,  i.b.inkOli'.,   it, ApoAi  bod   ahd/finally ,!,  ith,  in  but, Who:  i'! ���������"-'.i: ?'���������!''  ���������corit-'li').;. '  .ci-li'ii'tment, ',"  . (i.'t'.yr .",,i:i  riling' itii'lL'  ���������itiilbo fee1  tb-  ''Ol'-'ia  -i,l,aa;  '.'���������'' r,  ' ������.-;  ���������   ',���������!���������,   I'll  y"C;-o)7>:*-af .  ..."yl-'vif.'ii'i/,-- '���������  7 Ciii'-'ur'-iil,-,.,  . he-ivrv-.l.. ���������' ���������'  :.'���������.;��������� ;,":':!"7T  ���������   -(auti-.r.-*! :  t'lr,.,'  1"  of ,c,  fee,,-..  [.(-,  1, ������..--, I lie-, s'...  '.j'ra.-i'irii'!.'."  y'lii'iye ypn I  -.���������Tyiui ������������������..'ii-:,*.  :i'ii.'ldti".t,y('i:  ��������� jc.-i. oii.i,  i"i!i*.,'-" iy-i  <',('ftth.: ���������;/.  ���������/iV" , *7*  ���������jstrnl.  ro.'-  i-ii'vou./ y 7, i  ii:y,y   played  ���������('! tOlifi, ,'iibt  ivb-rjast���������'perfectly-  ������������������i 'wr-'ti. t'irbrl'vbii?.'  ;V look bi.irod,  ,1,1,.' .���������,'*���������������������������'  'nu.f.  '"'(���������  iVi; ;  i't.'r  f-:i,  .1.  Tl... Motl.rr, ol C'i>ur������<.. .  First .Tti'liro (baby show) --Who in tho  motlior of that i"|iiiilly l.rat ?  Second .fii(jgfl--i\li*s. fJj.pish, 1 think.'  I heard her Hi*.e'itk of 'iiiiu 11.-1' "ciiriiiin'LC.','  " ciito " anil "-flwool, " ��������� Now Vo;*������  Wccidy. ,     '  m til a.,  iii������dia.  .'ihorl, f>'f asuif.'ielfi. i'7ii  cii-mi'.t,���������mpriis,', 'it ip I.  rpe>:ri .'ia nearly'��������� aa -potisit  ci   Ino  ������������������:l"t Ui,  laVUterA  'iy  romp.rkod  :arre.iu tlio.  aiiVoeb Ills  I'm,.  riot, I  Ofio , e.X"/'tiTne  [loviitnro of  tho day.. Children nhould nAt bet���������'r.or-  iriittod tq filcop in v'tj* colli rooron. Tht*:y  aro restless, nnd ���������ahiiont. al w/iyr-*,yo.t tnoro  or Iohs uncovorod,   and   got, cqlfls   that  t.hj'ii'.re*  iii:i until a nhov,-  with.a  ,,'tyjii iL, ooHi,,ijj  along;'.'���������;  ir.y '���������.''������������������','���������������������������'���������'      ' ' .    '  / tlioi'li'pa^ti'/pf 7i;lis7ti6klp7cbuii:pi)er;y,vviiiii:;  ;tb'tbr':;5;tpii/iii/;'iti)btlior7:dii:c������  Aiin/oixiipii i: yiSiitiArondor/; ifciiriipb^iblqiioi';  7li i uiiyytb j/ibti ry *^7 Pi*iu'ebb^  ywithbut^prbyqkingynqt/w  s'tmty;bveiyyinbui*ririg7pprs^  ifilVeT'l'lVaiidfeyi.^^  ���������yhis'':^';^.iiew^--:-;..iiiiuiiprsi  ..���������,^5pxcd'y,|.nn'(ly.!.yi'dis'iiu'ilin^  /to/bindivhiriibeli.yvyii.il/ itbei/yibcPiiycui/  yoiiti yiybhiibis yy-bf yii/iiiiiiiririibiiyyyayiLiiszl;  bpnoalotiyiiidiia'iUMbulty/'itbi'hi-i/Ti-i  ''yan,il[_(.*liiof.;patrqnj-7  ;T')ib,hit!-br,7bbiiigy (liisirpiis'pi: ^tiviiibiiig  itlib'l'bi'riblo'niosiillibncbyqt'ii ladyofdiiay  ���������.J!jii.r'iilyi;\yiUv'!;;ay  r-jirtyh'tib; tho piiinist, inilticed >Viiii\ 'to.lib;.  cbnip.a/piyiest.arid thus /toycrebtoyiinyui)-''"  ysuriiiq"ii'iiti;ble''!'',bar  ;projects-abiiy tho:���������'���������*��������� piirt* P^'tbpypritipfcSHi  Abhqugli ,bittbrly,/dwapppi)itqdv::slib roia  niiui!ba;Li3.it:b,frie;itl:tbtbp/!ib;t',': anil:ily  was iit-hprypiiliico/at/ivbiiioftbiitlio^,^  'abciiij'tpiiiiiU ��������� 'toy rbsidij yywheiiy in : tlio  yetbnialiciiy. yvHcr ysiilpn/'tliprbyuscdtp.:  7 'bei'^rbwticti/  ,ii,ats'iiiKiy;���������chiifcli digiiit.'iribs.yCiirtliiiiil,  ..-���������Hohpipph'e^  y ',\y 1 ii lo yd i i iirt i.i i; j- h oi*/ on ra va 11 to. 7 a nil puffing ii way :at7:lier,7 liivgo/'Hiivaria'i'-'cii.jf.irH,'',.  "'vvliicliaslipiy was/aoctisfcoiiipdy '������������������tbi'sin'oko,'.'''  /ijlipy^Biild-cliatter/at /biise-aiiiypdiisli/  '".G'qi'*iiiiiii,/,.''/lVuss'iH  a 1 taiiari dr.Siiatiish.    Slio:s^iirvivod Liszt'  ..:I;pr..B.o.yo.i^ lier'tliiit  ibpybobuoalbbdytliibymajoripa  :'''p'bss6ssibus'.: '/y,:iy:7"���������.,/:.:���������"��������� ; .77'::-'-yyV7a.-\.y*  ��������� *      ,   ;'     ,-���������...,-... I      ..',.       ���������-'.';���������,.,.'..,": ;.,-,;-.... . ���������,;   ...   ���������'���������;'(,..������������������   .    ���������  .yA.l.lti.-toiTriniKl't.'i- ��������� I. ti I. .toy.--a,-.,..' ^a'1  '.*,",' ...A;- Eoriesiof  vqry'wpnderful/experi-.  .tiients Which; haypjiiaty.bobii :'cb|i(';lii,dc(I:  by Dr.: Luys, ol: Piiria,   vv-hose;'observa-.  ti biis iiii'd disppvprioft in''coi'mectiuii wi ill:  magnetism:. i:hd:;oloctricily7iu'; rcliitibii  'lb hypnotism uindo ii   iirbfou'nd. iniprob-  a.sibii iippii tho scioriUiic'wqrld- koi'iiu ti::ip;  iigo, '���������''hiin.'. leditp'ff.   reniiirkiililp; rosulti:  Tlio'lftt'est-dibeovory,. niiyhytltf/ylibudoii.'  ���������.���������Tclbgr.'ip'h',  icKttibliiihes; ytho yifact.'"th.it.  (���������erobral activity'ciin'.bo .triiubi'oi'ri-d. \u>:  licrown of iiiiigiiotizod iron,   in vyhioli  the,iii'-ii yity .can bb rotiii rib; 1 and su':iso-  '(]iiont)y paUrfO.l, on to'a '.Hocotid   -poi-iion..  .Iii.crbdiblo 7 iis , this .7 iiuiy:. .sboin,    Dr. ���������  Lays I111H   ' proved   'its    j"fOi;Sibility   by  -: the .oxporii'noiits/jiiiifc ' ri'foi'redM.'i.     lilt*  '��������� pla'co.l,������ tlio   ci'bvvii,   which   in, roaliry  in yfbily 11 cirpiiliir/. bund qf'iiiiigru.'tiKpU  - iron, tjti".- tiny,  hoitd. of i|.,foi:i'.ilo 5iiiti01.1t;  bun'iiiVibg   froiii.  irioliincholiii, , vvlt'u   ii  intiii'ui   foi-'__iblf���������destruction;., .'and.   with  /liiich ibiccews vviia ciieioxiioi'iiiie'ni, ,'i.tty'udr  od t.iuit.wi.l,hiii ,iii. rortiiight'tho,. jjatiti.'it  'cot'ild. bo** jt'ilovyod   to : ���������go  free wi I rioiil  diirigpr,' Miocrowiialuiviiig  aUsorbod all  her: .niarki'd.' tciidbi.ici.is,_,-. yAi-on't, two;  week's'* a f'tdrwint lib put tlioHiiino crown,,  .���������w,li.ich".iieu.i Wild Jo". liad:':. lioe'n'.- on rol'i 1 Ily;-  kept'-frt'e i'rotn ���������(Miiili'iict  vvilh  a'ny'tliiiig.'  oli.t.',. 011 thii/'liorid ol' ,n ' iiiiilo'p.'itiont ,su'f'-.  . ft/ring"'i'i'Oiu * byfii.oria. .���������'co'inpliciitpit* by'  ' fyiiqi'veni. rooiirreiit- porioils i)f,��������� .ittlihrgy. '  Tlio. piiti'.'iit   wan, tbori   hybiio'tizc.l auda  iliuiipdiiiliily   coiiduclod,  lii.-iisOli   aftor'  tho-iiiiti'i'rt.ei* of t)io' woiiuin \v]io had ;,ro,  viirtialy vv'ori'i y the.-, i'oreiy.'ii.   ��������� .Imlot.-ii,   Jn-  pirii'i'.-tically iis'uihiod tier poniot.taiily iind  ���������u*..;(.-r'b("i i.'.vacf.ly tbo ptm'ib. ooiuiilaiiii.s an  'ulio had ,;onb, . Biiiiiiiif,piii.-!i,(iiii,ni)n luivo.  it \t> rop,,:',!od,'.beou obiicrVo-'bii; viio c;is;o  .of  'iyry   piitiont'oxpuriuioiitod   ujiori.  A.iiotlior ���������.oxperiinout showed -that  thb  ci'eiwn rbtfun'.".] tho, iiiipi'Ob.iiori.iicepiir.od  until.i.t.wua uiado rod hot. '.  PB<ipW."tVI������<> Killed TIiemselTeii "Were Trloiiy:  ==feby Jury nnil Their Oorp������ei .'.(Seiitc-neetl to  y;.  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A,  yiiitb-yfcbe'/birbum^  7iiby;pf;.Hi.ibidb.'7itHp</i>lacp,i/^  '';/c'ufrejii'i,Ktlid-'^  y'ccS^ydypfcbiyiyTlds hit-vihgyb^  ;ytbd/fo:ttie;King's'i'prqciireur,;y tlib^iibarcst'yyy;';,.:  ���������^.''qf/idnVtii.ii^  ���������'iBuiitfj'i:i.C''iioil������'),)'yi,;.t^  7_Uii(bpi-Pyi'hby;:ii'inyj.ywi^^  i/ctilf'/riipy/fiitlbd tqyi.riiakbj/tbiur/bpppiir/iyyi/A  f?ya'iiYi6;'f-.th^^^  7;li ibi ;/w hose ''(lftty* ti tyywns;/.t3/d efoiii ij.liis,/ i/7y.y  /ciibi.'^P'itliiiy'Vibbt^qfyhiaib  7qubbii vniiib giit hb;*wi tiib^  li:-/ c-'.'li't i oii'^'^' * f*!? ^'-^''-P ri n g liiiill1':'*"* l ieti tV^"c.*Ai*sek) pos riiiOK^ *^  7Bibioiim  7't lib i'ii* c ji agdi,i\yi w /  'i'-piiri'iB,Ub$^^^  ���������;e(l:;ybbt:;/if;'l!e7:wi"^;lftd^tidt-bd^  /1 h ii.ly.ibi to" say���������";.if / the abty of' snibidb:_;W)is7/f7;7  yd yciilpel '��������� I; A lib y Oy bpbii; J/cbrri 111 itted/itiyay/yyyi'  _ijii;biiiebf,';o.f;;i.ii������ariityi'^  bbtiii.i^ratbiligi^nd./iyy.yiai"? ���������'iAApp'AYpr'Y'AyyyY  ;y:yiii';(jitlip!ycabq71ipwbver,/it:w  ysnrytoyprbspryp tlib:ibadiiybr:f()r,/:tho pii-/y/y- yy  ,,t i iy-'lo 11 gt-liybf ���������; the: tnal/whic h sp'riu'iti ii los.yi* y';, /,  lubticdy^br'scypridiriigrithsysq tiiutyiiiiirisb/A- :/.  diioAcchsbd \viis fblind��������� 'g-'iii 11y-*,.lio;.r; 1 t.ii^jliit';l*.:Ic.--.-'7  lib ���������'obbapolp'inisliiuoiik'/y Keiicbillio ho- 77; a  'ie'pbcit'- bf;ybjiiliiialii.irig,i br7/snltibg,''iasA:yy;  dt'7*,viiH:bid)i.idi-;7', :^;���������7���������7:7a|:'y,^y.;:y..7y,/^7yy/,-���������ay^:'aya^  '.,A'-lt-;iippi-}'irs ifrbm;tho;bld yrocordsy that;; :/'  ���������'"'theqjibiiitioii and'' iriaterials  intod- wofb.//!/'"  as fi.ii!:)i,v:yi7T!,ib'lyisbora  ofythe.'ycraniiil,7ay,;:a  Ihbraciyyy'iiiu/abdpiiiiiuil - 'ciiyiripsyworbyy;, ���������   /  rcyiibybily riiidy thoiy Ppticbs. ;.fiti:lif*.'dy;witli yy:,///:  tow'visit;-luiiiibbon'spakbd;.irr-^ii ;sblu'tiori;:,:y7/':7/y  cqiujibiiod ;ibf7 bnb  Puncb;ti)ifi:ca'inj)(K);*,7/:/^'i/7i'  t'w*q-:ii.i-ihc('jf;..7bf:' Socotrinb:a!betyaiid biuiAvyy ���������  ygiillou- of iiltiqiibl. *Apbqpi:ibbisiiy.isy'vvbrb'aii///:.:  y tboti:;nbiib ib.,difforpnt;piirlsOfUii/biiilyiy/y/-y  aiiiid the ������������������if. liter'., wtLs/piickoil | iiys*'ilr/;ln/'ii yji/y,  a wobdortybox,, whiichA hfiyiiig-bberi; /cov-ia -iy' y  a ti-bdiiiidj liwil^ll/yviiBfortqaily,,. iloiiverbda yy  ,  7ip.,ihb::;ji:iibryfbr4sa^  //���������Tliismiotbodyof/pi-bsbrviiigycibbivbrs/iaa  .ysebnibitolwybvbpprisiiccewliilyi'xo yy~f  /riifbvv' nibtuncbsdri wliich tliv'/ci'St-bigiiitisfc:���������/;;/:/;  'the npcvi'iBbd, liavinirdicbn/put'/npou tliii/yy'yy  _'_ilbck'('*'i,,:':'w\v:;'B^^ i'iAy'i  A"ytirs,yiiiid/!iqt (lispq'sed'ipf yun-ti 1'atiio':p't'-. y A- yA  ,'ipTisiyp btbibyof������������������', tho ,lreriiaibsycal]b(liiiti.';iy7,//:  '". toiniioii tb/fliio;necessityAqL legid, iiictipri; iy y  ;.iri.rpg:ird-tP'thoiiiiyay.   '���������;���������'.' vaA y. 'ya' 7'���������:7y. * 7  :'���������'... y ,. ,'S[inei-.:. ..I' iiii Afi-i������ii 11 Crintio.'���������,.���������":������������������'"���������'7',7',;       .���������'''  7/;yPrince   Adeinuyiwa,-;'of��������� ...Te-bii.'.Rpinb,*  /iii/W('Ht/: Africa,/w*is"/liit oly ciitert,aiu(-il;   ari  at'liiuc'ivby,the   lord iuiav-qr'bf iJondo.i,..': i'/a  iir t!i_!,]\i������.i;si()ny houbo./ytlspiiy takeb'iii a ���������.;������������������,,���������  sti.t','.,ct):'.cii to  the Guildhall, iiv'vlipi'piio,;  , i:-yi-.tlirougii, ay session/of thoyb^piuibii:'..",  ��������� i-pufici). i)*iid rnade'ppebch' b).,it ;iii,;;Eyig- / .'���������'... -7  litiii, whichythqycbuticjl   direct...; sliquld .A:  -,' -ljrs.-'-Gii ���������toi-'oi'i._' ori its record.    Here i;* iho; ././  yipopcri: y ���������Tho .Right  Horiorabio Li-rl / /  . Mayor, My Lordi'liriit, Honorable Yleni-���������������������������    y7:���������  .iybe!-H:.pi/ih(3,,,Corpprii'tipii:*i ,1'fc'c.l T sliall '/,/,.7'  luitbo doing justico to iiiyself anil ui'o-     ���������'���������p-:.  1 k if rworo  to  leave  this /court- will)/ 7  /out roiiiniing yoti' buy  rioarty/ai;d isiii-- 7y  .(���������..���������ro tuankfyforiti/p.honor paid tn.: in id- y   :-  : lowing uie'luiro'"'oriel ,,to seat | nbxti tins _'' /*   *  ;]yi!'d,ui,'.yor;    I  hayo 'ybeeii ni.-td.o, vviiilo/. A  s..'ii'ti:i-,f' hero,   to  believp'the /more fih'.t'*-'  kuov, Jod-jo its power; that frub Hlnirty'ofy ,   ���������' '  l-puocii it; ciio great -bbon of .the E!i;|Ii.di/  'nation :'��������� .that.the. secibt of your'grpatnciitj .' 7,  is. tlio'Bible,  and. that   I   was: iibtiiiis- i.  taken when I   advised  my cpusiii,. tho  king   of    John  ' Ronio, .'��������� any   iiid(.])on-   7  dout native stiitb," TWost* Africa, to no-      / -���������  coptii British .resident,   and   place tiip '���������,.,''  country niido.rdier miijosty's jirotociion,,'���������'.'./'������������������'��������� -  nnd that he will bo left  to  his indbpen  donco to liifiiiiige tho, intoniiil affairs of,,  biti .kingdom:   I  again return ,ybu;niy  Bincoro th.ank.i-, and wish you God's bles:  Biug. ���������'���������Good-hy.",'*,.'���������' ....."  ,-Tli uy I.U'c nt Intcrvn.IV'-"  7  '.'Romittancb men" is tho term applied in Britisli Columbia  to ispns of Eng-  jshmeri  sent   thoro  to   learn' farming.'  "They go about in knickerbockers, .big /  rlipoH, cloth caps and  eyeglasses, paint--:  ing things   red   as' long as their remit-  :aucc*s last.    For two weeks before/tho :  next chock   nrrivos   thoy ;keep   quiet, * '  l.iocMiise thoy have no money lor making'  .* ���������iio.iie. "���������  a       '     ���������     '  /-;->7;  '������������������J'-i:.  yAy7?  ���������/���������"*  i.*&^S&*:.


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