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Kootenay Mail Jan 17, 1903

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' (if Miiv.  pi't'iiiiui  nil   I'lnl;-  s 011  nr  il-tllllllUh,  In I C'liie-li I  iiiliirt' (if  (itii'lillcd.  llsll'lltlll",  ���������i  of   the  Uii'i'iiln  litili tlie-y  .'ICIIAM,  mil Alex.  III!.  men 1vit.l1  TllX.llllll  , ll-UM.-.SSltll  A ill,   nnd  ,lc foi' I hu  III!  Kl.'l'l.'l-  il piiyiililu  111,  lil'Vdl-  in i.'i|itlva-  11) ,1.11   nil  II,  it.  oillco.;  MS  .AMS  10  CK, I!. (J  *-.. lenV^Pupnisliings'yy ���������>  ' K'i   ft ' ,  "      '    ' I L - 1      " r t        *'  y.Jlats,: Gloves, "Ties,* Shoes, for- Christinas  K  T  H  * yQuAi'dea js 'to "sell onlyyvhai  \pleases. and'if trcating'Vou right'  /-will 'hold-''your- trade, wet: are, at  your service.  _i_ ^_-4r.,i������!J   H  1  ros.  /Hi r      -   <  ueorge,  YOC PBOMISED YOURSELF AN OVERCOAT  . This F<ill7 Dim-', put it "IV too. bite .-inc] ctitc|i cold.  - And do not buy,a cheap, shoddy one'.    They never look well.1  ; Lei us miiko you 11 cont llnit will please you.    \Vi> can do it.        >-'  Fashionable  TO  IIS  Tailor.  ,-77t   W^^-  .4 ,6ft  1 A3  1  Ap'  \%  Call and inspect our new'stock of  , *������������������ 1.  H Shoe's, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc p  All above lines are up-to-date goods' it will pay you to see ^  1 tboni before purchasing elsewhere.      Wo tilso carry       '     jrg  ,������, Trunks, Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coals, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc frfe-l  m >: :���������     , ,. $  ������s)-j \\ eekly Shipments of Fresh Creamery Putter, and Lggs. '������&  s| ,      Our Teas and Coffees are taking Iho lead���������try them, aj  1        MORRIS   $1   STEED.     .   r  m  '  On Aloiuli'iv the .Wllowjng nominations were made For tbj; civic ele'clions:  -Mayor��������� Martin ;l: O'Brieii. propo-S-,  cil 'by O. F. , hindnilrk and 11. J.  Bourne.    Declared-elected. -,       ,'  Aldoniicn, Ward i���������William 'A.  Kooto, pro.,o-.ed by l."?!*.. Ivincaid and  1F.H jbiuittliead; Jblmt .Mcbcoil; proposed  by -1.5 K.'CopeKind and' A. K. Kincaid.  Declitrell elected. '       7 '    "- ,">S:  . Ward 11���������Clarence fBi II111115, proposed by-A. iv. Kincaid, ai-.d \V. A.  Foote; liobcrt .Tapping^ proposed by  Robt.'Ciiloy.iUi 1 \\'.. Floiiiing; Thompson Hi' li. Taylor, proposed, by U.'l'".r  bindmai'k nnd IL ,J. liimruo.      '  Ward 111���������Willi.iih'-Jr Law.' pro-'  posed l.y D. Jlohu-jnli and A. Johnson; ,^aiiiiiel Mc, JI ah on,, proposed J bv  D.yMcIiitosh and W. A. Xeuler 1)J-  clai-ed eleutcil.' ,,"'���������"  Scbeiol Trustee���������William A. Xeltlo,  propo.-rrLIiy -ts.'.ili-M.ihlin niiil,.W. ,1.  Law; J'61in .Piiliiiei'.upropo'-cd ' by Jas.y  Miithio and .JiiS.'MtiLeoil. < , ���������  '<     '       . tin: uuxTiox.     ,   ;   .  ��������� The voting I6r on I'.didutoi for Xo. 2  ward-and ccliool trustee look iilaco  Tbursdiiv and lesulu'dl       ���������  i7o ���������> Wind���������' -  G. 15. II iimo ' 01  T. E/b. Tayior *,r f>l  1-t Tappinj;..'. .." A . -10  ' Mc.-ai-a. I Itiine tiiid Taylor wore do-'  ul.-frod' elected. ' '"* ,  ��������� ficbool Trtntoe*���������r    -        -  -I. Pa liner..."...'..'. 7.7     ������7  W. A.\ottle -    .' (IS  , Jj rainier was declined elected.  The electionV was unuaiiully quiet'  The only striking incident "of tlio campaign was Bengouglf.- pictuic - of, Mr.  Mr. Upper aires led no one,'nor-.was  anyone under airest'in any ��������� ienso ,oF  tlio_ term 'until''.M.cosrs. ' Clbr'don ihid  JVrigbfc had 'decided, to' appeal.',' Two  of the assault' cases ,wcre dismissed,  ���������iii(H{ptli cases 01 the supposed stealing. 'The ' nly case proved was one of  assa'ult^iii which the* defendant admitted wbiib.bo had/ done, saying ,be  , '      ,   AI.V.   TVVTOIt.  Tapping posted over (he polling booth  and which was a subject of much admiration by the elector.-.        ,  The new council will meet   -Monday  evening.  If"'*"  Front Street,  Revelstoke, B. O.  -a**"3-*-:  A car lo.id of ltulli'i' (Jnri.-iin Ollici-  Desks jn-t rt'C-eivi'il��������� iiotliin^ i-l-c* in  ear.    12 F.U.tf run.  Prices $22.00 to $100.00  Niinii' your wnuts For anything in  Ollice or IIoum: Furiii-liiiit-s and 11 lint  you can alTni'il'itiid ive I'uiiii-li s.'iin|ili -  and illustrations with Full di-i ripiinn  Free.  Sli-lehitiiiliif to ciil, hnl, iniii'li lie*llt*i*.  :i').\l-i in. top, .111 in   high. -,i|liit 0.|k  $30  Largest Furnishers in Western Canada.  "Victoria, B. O.  (������?'. ';.  r������"*  cfa     WfT**    -        S^        *i������/@5& (&������������������  * -MLm <J3 .JSottmc9 $  (fa ��������� ���������       . :��������� ���������       ' ���������    V  fo niCALE'R   IS/        ��������� ^  ifa "Boots,   Shoes,    Haytjr,    Caps%   "Ready Ifa  %> Made   Clothing,   Shtrts,    Sochps, 4"  # .Winter clothing, Overalls,Suspenders j1  f Glomes,  etc.            \  ^    -Boys and   CMHra,,:,   Overcoats    p        ^f 01**1    'Pf*lf*������>.������'  ^  T    and  Winter Clothing al     A      **    ^-/fc4-sl I HI  I I    I    /������l*e'*..^  %      *       K^e-Velstofie   ^Station,  7*. C. p^  (fa (facfa&n(faefa(fa(fatfa(fa<farfctfac$n(^  \iFl   JL  Kdil..| h'noi un JI iii.,  Hut: Under the al.oie litiiding vou  p'tiblishod an neeuiii't in your issue of  10th h-.si.euf a iiiattei' which nee-lined  bore on on the -28th. and the result.-  ari-ing theiviioiii.  A.- an appeal is ponding,and a-yotir  report point-, the -upcrlittnian aetivi-  lie< of the aulhorhie,- iu denling with  t hi* ea.-e, pi'i'liiij- vou nil! permit me  -pttce to'enl.i! t'.r a lillle un tlie facts  from the [itibhi- .-l!tiul[n'ii:r.  The (-iiiiipl.iiii.-uit, si eiil--red man  named .lain.'-, A, .\!t"\iiiiili'i*. Ir.te of  Ko-sliiiid, ii-ul   I.iiimi.i!*.'   "f   a   vi ri  hClll!llil!oll> l bill.lft.'l' in a public jii.ice.  Having i. I,ui"ii ! i the l.iilic- nl l-Vr-  gti-nii i, [ii.ivnl.til ..a ,i--.iiilt���������merited  cei lainly, but uh.,lly iiniti-tili.ible in  law. since hlnekgii.tid l.iiiguii.v.', per se,  due.- not U'.iii'iuit a l,Kuril of the peace.  Later in the evenim. (be men decided  tli.it Aliw.uidi l should iptit (be eamp;  in..re e-pie'tillv a- tiii-u,.- hi- .-eeuiid  olVeiiee o! a similar bind. He was  oidcrcd nut. The ni"ii ualked with  him to tin' Win,'.-tn hotel, from y/liieh  e.-talili-liiiieut !ii- ,���������! ilbc, en: . weie, at  hi- expris- i(i,'ii-t. piocined and  givi'll to lliln,       He   li.llkid p.Ht of t!*0  \%yf is*. -^*-i  -A',  yvas jiistilicd ovving .loathe language  Alexander bad used in his piesenee.  Mr. h"i*.i������er, in di-shiis.-ing .the charge,'  ivarmly congratulated M.lic defendant  for his pluck and manliness; and  severely censured a 'witr.ese -who, having alao heard,, tlio scandalous charge  made by the coiiiphuniuit' against the  ladies of Ferguson, had j)6t assaulted  hini alio./ y y - t> "*' "       '  " The, cases against Messrs. Gordon  and Wright were for !assault! Alex-,  under did-.not,-even liy"*iiiiplication.  attempt to say tliat-citbcr )Mr. Gordon  or .Mr. Wright struck him,"touched  hiin, or anything iirconta'ct with-him,  cr'wero witliiti reach'of him.p Air.  Gprdon swore positively be used his  persuasion and inlltience to prevent  rotigli treatment to Alexander. Mr.  Wiighl, for most of the time, was a  long di.-tancc behind lthe crowd, and  never in any way meddied ivifcli COIU-  plainant.    r  Mf. I'raser convicted (hem. Mr.  Cummins disagreed in' Mr. Wright's  case.  A stipendiary magistrate* can act  alone where two justices of tho peace  are ordinarily reiiujred, 'but , the act  does not say that A stipendiary magistrate can convict when n, single justice  associated wi(h him favors an acquital.  It was fuliaciiiicnt to the conviction,  and when the question of appeal was  being considered, that the order for  Alexander'.- support was made by Mr.  Kraser. act ing alone.' '  On the return of Messrs. Gordon and  Wright  from   llerclstoke, where  they  LUMBER  INDUSRRY,  i    '   ������       '     ',��������� a' ''' '     '    -    ','  New;Mill\at. Arrow  ,  head.  ,   ' i i    ,.    i  Revelstoke,   Camborne   and Com  aplixi-'Mills Enlarged.   - -  A r   ���������'  t 7   *  This year will   sec ^enormous dove-,  lopiiicnt in'"the -lumber   iiidiist'-j-,' in  and'around Hcvclslokc.   'iNIcssrs. Dud-  ga to'will start _ work,., next,., month on  thcii'*how mill' iit 'Arrowhead,  which"  H\y i 11 be li tied with the most tip-to-d'ale  plant. This mill will bavcfiicapac'tyrof  7r      '25,000,000 ���������������������������������������������:i:t a vkak. ,  The Fred " ifobinson   jiuniber Co's.'  mill at Iicvelstoke is to be enlarged to  a capacity of���������"J.i5,000 -feet   a (liiy.-'and  additional' planing ', and     moulding  machinery added.     ?,,,   '   r   ,    "  The Coniiiplix mill isdo be enlarged  ,to a capacity of- ���������       - ,  ��������� '* 6/),000 i-'ki:V *'  .per 10 hour shift aiicl will 1 c run niglit  an ! day The Revelstoke and Coniiiplix mills will haycyi combined capacity of ' " '��������� " x  , - 40.000,000 i*i:i-:t ,.\ yuau. , ���������.  't'hc miil at, Cambonic is, to be  equipped ard improved in accordance  .wilh.tlie. promise made'by Fred Robin-,  son to tliO people of that town. A new  water "wheel will be ad.'-cdTo give'more  power'and a planer, 'edgor and shingle  machine added to the plant. \ '  ''With the Revelstoke   and Yale-Col-,  uiiibia Dumber  Co.'s  mills  the'euf-of  ,     ?- -i   -  The *R'efr Gr'dss;[Dr,ug[������Store:  Have Yoii Tried Miller's Emulsion, of, Cod 'Liver, Oil?;.  ,     ,1 fnot ivliy not?.   ,A *"    ' '   ��������� 7        .-?   ,'    *      ,-'--,  It coiit.-iins .')0 per cent ol' pure Xorvv egiamoil ami ^jsocmul.-ifW  - that il. cm be taken by ilitise;l)nviiig n'liiosadelic.'iuy.Laste.  .Sun*..!.   cure i'or-cinigli.-, enltls". jind  till   liijuncliuiL J.1 ouble*s7  -Ti yjtji'nd *7  you will usl-'no oilier.    Put up in two siv-.es. 00e and $1.00....  J." A:i Miller '& "Co/  Stationers. .  %mitimimm������a^ma������asssasss3B8ses^^nsssssm  ' v 7l  ^1  1   HOLIDAY7, GOOD'S I-  X CARVING SETS,  in cases or in pairs. '      \  ���������Is'-'  ^  .._...   T*   So'np Tiu'eens, Biscuit Jars, Tete-a-Tcte u'U-, Butter Dishes. Ftekle Jars yfV"-.  ^s* Tea,Sets, Glass (Jriif'ts, Jellv and Bon Bon Dishes, C.'ike Baskets, ������f������-    ,"  SILVER, PLATED   GOODS -     4  the district tliis vear will be little  short ot1100,O00,00U_ feet, involving a  payroll of over %500,000 a year, and  making Ike Kcvoisloko Riding one of  tlio inos,t im porta nt lumbering centres  of the province.  ' ��������� -t^t?-.  .     ,**{������!/ \f).A  Ai.D. iiiimi:.  perfected Iheir appial. they were en-  leitainc-d to a pub|io b,ui(|Uet as a  null k of rvspik'l and sympathy. I''rom  (hit it may be inferred that the people  do not consider that conviction, under  cei lain cii'cuiii-l.inei's spell.- either  di-gi-acc in- di'-hoiior; :t:id there are  other infeiciicc- to be drawn from Unit  event, bolh obvious and highly in-  -tritelivc.    "i'oiii-. I'ailbfiilly,  .losi I'll   li '*,1N,  Fcrgusoii, .Ian. l-ltb, I'.Ml.'l.  All'.   M I,I'ii]).  CONTRACTS OF ANY   ' - ���������������������������-   distil tie,.'  'l*,Sll   ti  ���������*    Will'!-.,,!'    lmiel    to  (lie .-'11 v���������  ' ('ii,i i  .i!-ii;-,   Hie   rcniaiiiili'l'  lie i.a.i i  ,!!,-i ,���������  ii ; a,!, miil by   liicail.S  Complete Installations Our Specialty-  Finest Class of Machinery   .   ...  Tlie Hiiaton Electric Co. Limi  YIOTORIA and VANGOUVBR.   '  of a r.iiie ti"d raiii.d iii- ankl,>,      Xext  MAGNITUDE     EXECUTED | .lny Ab-xai-.d. -r li -.::,���������,! bi.-ibilii-. and  I Ma.- nl,!,- 11'. visit ! !,,��������� Jt,.iv.- in   (own l(.  ptii'cbiiM' i-.'.i tridgi.--.  Un (In* I',.,;i ii..���������,ii    I'.-f    l be   ,'tli    in-t.  !���������'rnI. Kraser tun!   Ivlin, CaiMabli' I'p-  pi-r api'i-a:*. il in town, ami thereupon  . the -i\ .-iiU,;.'..'.i,i)-.'-- wen' i.--lied , a ml  : sen i d. 'I ],, ,'I.:ii;;,Am -ii tin ;��������� *,���������,'.' re fur  1 a.-.-aiiil, iu'nila !���������;. |,,.   .-heiling   Alcxaii-  ' der'.-i elotltiiig.   Tlrjse (.locuiuents were  J;  The New Hotel.  Joshua .Holland of Victoria has, secured ilic contract lo build the new G.  I'.lt. hotel at, (1 lacier.a lie has gone lo  look over the ground. 'I.'bo hotel ������*ill  cost ipl.ri.UOl) and will cniilaiu Oirroiniis.  It will bea iiiddnrii bulol in every par-  tii'iilar, e n.'b room having a bath. The  building will be lighted l.y elee.tricil.y  and steam bea ted.  EXPLOSION.  Hamilton-Powder Works Blown up.  About 8 o'clock Wednesday morning the citizens of Xanaimo were  start led by two loud reports, with only  a moment bclivoon tbeiu. In a few  h'liutes it was known that the Hamilton bonder Works, at XorlhHeM,  about three miles out of town, had  exploded.  A delist) column of smoke was seen  vising From thai direction.  The shocks weie felt very severely  in town. Koine of the buildings were  shaken, and -plate glass' windows  smashed.  Two wliito men, .lames Kulford and  George Sinionetlii, were killed, also 10  Chinamen.  It is nol kiioiin what caused Ihe  accident. The lirst explosion occurred  in Ihe gun cotton room, and the  second in the gelignite building.  &zm  Children's Mugs, -Napkin Rings. XuL Ci ackers. %   {&>  .SILVER   PLATED   CUTLERY' , f  t   Knives and Folks in sets.    Childi-en's ICniFe. Foi k and Spoon in Plated   J^  4 l   I very.-uul Pearl Handles.     Berry Spoons. .Sugar Shells. Butter _     jr.  , Ivnive-, Seissois in eases, lia'/.ois in eiises. < ^ .*3  *7* '    .      SHATES.   v HOCKEY   STICKS. PUCKS. "������        *^"  4*  4*  5  L  L  ���������*H44Ti7(i=-t'-('^t*r[������'i';i"TTrrt'T-ri:TT*rtTTTt^  v , L  KfHiwili'il  A I.IK   M MA HON".  LABORS CALL.     '  II. V. I'uiire, organiser of Ihe IJ. I!,  I!. IC. addressed several meetings of  railway organizations during the pa.sl  week. * <if him the, IJ. B, of It. 10.  Journal says: ���������'Harold V. I'oore, who  was so successful in organizing for | be  K. 15. I!.. IO. in British Columbia, lias  been made general organizer for all  of the A,minion and i.s inslruc.l.ed to  .finish Hut worl; lliroiigby solidly, frmii  Vancouver lo the Atlantic seaboaril.  Brother I'oore i.s u ,competent railway  man, eiilbusiasl.il* iie.d oiiergel ie, and  i- well equipped for I be work hi the  eiislern priivinei'H, as. be speaks French  and   (Ionium   lluciitlv, as well as lOng-1 Loudon, .CIO 17s (id to tl I.  litili." ' '  '    Bilver--i\ew York.'lS-J.  JAPS GET MAD  Don't Want Exclusion.  Vancouver Thursday���������Japanese) advices show deep indignation iitatti-  ���������luile of British Columbia, towards the  Japs in seeking their exclusion.  METAL MARKET.  Copper, New York, elrolriilvtie. Il������  to 112; London .Cfi'i IDs.  Lead���������New   York,  'fl.or.    lo Sfl.lO;  Yont   Scab* of   Wages can be  rai.-ed  to higli.-r Xole���������BANK NOTES.  The International  Correspondence Schools,  SCK.V.N'TO.V, I'A.  cm   Ir.iin  vou   iii   yniir spare time Dy  ni.-iil In iiici-ea.-e your value to yourself  by   inc! casing   yoni*  viilm'   to   others.  W'e nll'i'i- iti-li'iielioii  in   the   Fi.liovv ing  -ubji'il-' Mi'i h.inif.il, .Steam. lOleetiic-a!  , Civil.  Satiilni y and Mining lOtigini'i'r-  ing:  -Shop in.d  Foutitlt y Ptiicl ice: Mechanical Dinuitig Aiihtli cturc. Archi-  ti't'lmal Dinning. Plumbing.   Healing,.'.  .-in-.tJ    V.'itlilatii.i...   Sheet  -Mi'l.'il   .voik  T.'li'l'iliouy, Telegraphy. Cheiiii-Iry,   (In a.'tci.i.il   11. stgn.   L-lt.-iii-g nt.il   Pain  ing,    B()okk"i'|)ing     S(eiiogi'a|,hv,   '  lOngli-b    I !i iini''.i(*s,     lOlcct i i.-'I'ln-i-npeiil ics  Freiieh, (ieriiiaii and Spanish (ivilli pbiiiiiigiaply.  II) per cent discount, alloivil In llio-o--i-tiuing in I hi- adv.-i t is.-meiil.  Ailibi'ss W.  II. Mi'DDCCALL Lmal  10'pi cseiiitilive,  P. (). Box i:.'.i. Xi'bon, B. C.  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' ,,      '  roitUKsPONDKNCK  muled   on niiu'or- of  ,   ������   p'obiic  intc-rot.   L'oiiiiiitiiiieiiiiiui-. to ���������Ktli-  '    tor   inu-t,   bo  iie-coiiiiiiinied   by   niuiio  ol  -.ii-iter. not. iieco-.-at'il.i for publiuition. but  fi--uvi(U-ncu of itooil f-iiili.   C'tii'i't-iioiiiluiico  mu-t. rcncli thu oitl';e by IV eilnt'-il.t} den-  ,   .i������S. ,   ,    ' '  ' Addre.-- j'     4 .  < ',,      ' Tuk Kootenay Mail;  Phone Xo. IX.  '&  -KSvelstoko, B.C.  1 r "Ai  \ ���������<   i',  We request our numerous readers to  r favor  us  with' their assistance'in  makinglthe KOOTENAY MAIL tho,  mosi valuable advertising- metU-  ' 'um   In   the  Kootenays  by giving-  the preference, when making- pur-'  .chases , to ; those   firms  who   are  ,t reg*ular advertisers in the KOOT-  ' ENAY'MAIL. '    r    '"    '  CITV AGKNT-S.    .  7   Copies of TiiR Xlvlt. may be obtained fioin  die following eil>-(agent->:,       ,       ', '   '  *��������� y .i.'vv.Hi-.N-N-r.-n.,     v fr  <-.      ' an'.vuv Oi'.uo & Hook Co.   ,  ,    ,      i'.'B. VVki.i.s.-        ,  ���������      ' ,   ,  IT'  AEVEY,  McOARTRR   " ,    -"  AND PINK 11 AM,  , barristers, soi.iOnyoi'.s, etc.  Offices :   Mowoxs  Hank  Block,   Ukvkl-  ���������    - . ��������� y       STOIC r., )l. 0. i"  Money to loan. ��������� > ,      ���������  Oii!ce=:,Kevel-toke, 11. C; Forl'Stecle, H. C.  Geo. S. McOakier,  A.'.M., Pixkiivm.  Jleiel-toke. 11. C.  .1. A. II utvr.v,    ���������   ,  Foil Sjtoelo, Ii. C.  ,1  MAISTRIO & SCOTT  J        y A     :���������^ ,      '  7 ' '       rt        '  B.vitniSTER.-. Solicitors,,.^ ot auius  .    . 4 Ponr.ic, Etc   SIR WILFRED LAUR1ER.-  , ���������"' '    , j - '  '   li.is to bo,hoped there"is no truth  in the reports  so, freely" circulated  ��������� Hint Sir; Wilfred Laurier may have  do'resign the leadership of  tlio Liberal party on account.of ,iill health.  With   the, exception of Sir John A..  M...donald, iip statesman' haA'done  so much 'ftir, Canada or^so endeared  himself to the people as Sir Wilfred  He has brought Oanada*lo the front  rank not only,in the British'posscs-  sions but ainong  the'nations of the  earth.    J Lis is a master hand which  it wiJl be iliflicult'to  replace.' -JJe  has given Canada, iis fur as iiiyhim  lay,; pure,' and   loyal"' government,  and not,only ba'vc his followers   in  the   Liberal   pn'rly" caiiso   to  feel  proud, of hi in,  but his name is one  which should live long in thVhearts  of the people of whatever' shade  of  political opinion.. '        '     '',  ,   /  / "'^ ,   f^=   " ,,<<���������'  ,,.T1LE CIVIC   ELECTIONS.'  '-    - ,'','��������� '7  ,Tlic���������city isc to  be congratulated  on having j'ts affairs again placed  in the bands of llie7mcn who" gave  such a good account' of themselves  last, year. InAMiyO'Rrioh we'havc  had a first-class mayor, who ��������� lias  looked'after our interests in every  particular, and has brought'bnsi-  ncss-like methods1 lo -bear oh civic  a'ffairs'in such a way ' a& to proid  most beneficial to*-the city.- Jn-this  be was ably seconded "by the aldermen. ��������� Tlie Unancial administration  has also had the jbest of attention,'  with the result "that the. city has-  been nlacecl on a "strong basis with  Wc have  revenue  when   the  current  First Street.  Revelstoke, 15.U.  -E  DWARD A. 11 AGO ION,  -' Mining JSNGiMinii,'  (Mem.yAmericari Institute Jlinint; Knj;niet'i-)  (llern. Caimdian Alining,Institute.)' i  P   < Revet.stok-e,''B. C. .    '  Examination of and repotB oi7 Minei.il I'io  Oi'. 'portie-it Specialty.    l        ';      <  "TTpLLI.VM^A. BAUER,  'Dominion .cc J'kovinoiai. Land   i  SuliVUYOK.  '   ' . i "  '  .���������Survey- of .Mineral C!nini-���������Tiiiilici lift III- nnd  <-,  Cioiiii i.nntl-  C.treof J. D. Siiiiiit.ti, itnvia.si'OKi:.  H.C.  J  A. KIBK.  DO.MINION   AND  .   '   I  REvm.vroicu, B.C.  PltoyiNCIAli  La No SonvKYoit,  "l.rlSS lODWABDS, , .  TKAI.VEl) JIKIJlO.VI. AM) >L'������GICAI  MUI-5K.  RIOVIOLSTOKIO.  B. C  a large assured  no doubt that  year has* closed it .will bct7found  that' these ^chtlenicn 'have fully  maintained tbe, record they have  eslablisbed', and"' that tlie adminis,-  tration^oMlic civic .affairs of Rove  stoke will rank in proportion'wjtli  those of any municipality in the  province,-, or iu the dominion for  that matter'. We.expect also to see  educational matters administered  by the School Trustees-with,as  much credit as has been duetto  them for .their services during tbe  past year.'- Revelstoke lias cause^to  bo proud of tlie ,men * at the civic  helrn, andyvc jifck_foi*^ll)cm'a_fiin'  measure of support in the tjansac-  tion of their duties -which must  neec-Mirily .sometimes _ be unpleasant, and cannot give satisfaction  to everybody.  socialistic organizations'might 6b-  jectVto ' Australian mc'lhods, 'that  same way iii list they travel'if'they  would'achieve their object 5f great  legislafive.reform.      -'A     ,   ���������,  THE   GOVERNMENT*   ROLTCy?  i, ;      ,,'    h        '  Hon. Col.,, Prior' has.'indicated  the policy j which   his government  proposes to" lay   before the legislature'.'   'LL is one   well, worthy of the  favorable consideration., of tbb.pco-  ,pler.    lie proposes  to .liul', the "'mining industry by removingtbe.'2 |ier  cent, tax, and a,   ta.N on profits will  probably be substituted.   , IIe,op7  |)oses-lbe Adulation1 of further loans  except for specific "purposes.as railway construction. -''West Yale will  be   represented ' before   the' bouse  meets:    He .proposes   a   vigorous  railway policy,    but   cohsiileio aid  should h'c' given   by   land   grants  issued  undci   such   restrictions Ais  willlpromolc'1 scttilcrncht and development of, the  country.    H"c.sup-  portsitbd Coust-Koolenay roacrand  suggests (harrow*,, gauge   roads   as  feeders   to.  the     othen   railways.  Better'title will,. !jc given,to���������placer  ground.    The   best   plank   in  the  Premier's platform <To .our mind is  his proposal lo institute a thorough  survey of land for, settlement.    The  Premier in.teii'ds   pressing for better  terms from   the  dominion, and for  tb'e exclusion'of   Chinese antfjaps.  ,, Mr. -Whymper on the 'Rockies.  Tho.reccnl, explorations'* of * Edward Whymper in ctbo Canadian  iRocky mountains lent' a special  Canadian interest to . the annual  dinner "of the- Alpine club, held at  the Hotel I\lofropole, says a LondSh  ���������paper.' Air. Whynipcr hafe, put it  on recprd that "if all' the mountain  climbers.in the world today wore'to  make a combined attempt lo**ex-'  plorc the .'Canadian Rockies,,I heir  task would not be completed within  a 'century",; and Abe statement'  comes . to ayus with all the'weight  attaching to tho expericn'cc of the  man" wbo'led the 'way- Lo i the Alps,  lauaht the Swiss'hbw'to-climb. their,  CORRESPVNDEN CE.  '   '    '< ' *j  ''     '/  A'~r0pera~'House.       V  v T'IC nijinager is  putting   in   private  boxes and extra,sea ting for 200 poop'lu,  and by receiving -it liberal   patronage'  fi-oni*]thc'eit,izcns by tljc tijne ii. li'iceL-  ing is,callcd''agiiin fgi*  the' suni6 "purpose as the one held (hero on Jan. 9th  he   is   in   hopes   of -"having1 it mo  comfortable for  flic citizen1-,,     J'leti:  accept thanks for past patronage "  < S    '        >   '.R. T-Ai'i'iNti, niamiger.  NORTH  EAST KOOTENAY.  TTfoe 1kootena\? nfbatl  riATl'RDAV. JANUARY  IT. IW.'i  .-.Hi),  at .Mr.  inir tin-  , The prospects of a rail way through  .Vortbcasl Kootenay will do much  to develop that section of llio  country. There are magnificent  areas of grazing and fariningland?  betwecn^Golden and Port Steele,  and Hie valleys along the couisc of  the proposed railway lead to mineral camps of-more or less, importance. The Ptarmigan and Para-  di.-e mines at Wilmer tiro but-  samples of what may be done with  dozens of oilier properties in that  promi.-ing section. There arc mineral ledges rivalitiu; the lloniestake  in size, and showing by assay a  payable grade rof-> ore that, with  development, may turn out largo  ami-valuable mine.-, lint the-great  feature of that railway will lie that  ���������-���������ome day it must become a part of  the grea.t Ahii-kan railway that will  be built to connect, the heart of the  the'! American continent with tbe  continent of Asia, by way of Ucbr-  ing's.-ia. The preliminary survey  i- being-mode from Fort Steele t������  Windermere along the grt at v\e-t-  eru valley ot the Rocky Mouiitain-  ���������a valley ih.it the late Sir CM.  Diii.-ou -.pt.iiiteit | out run- north  Uviiu the Amoiienii l.ounr.ary for  __  yjQ j,,;j^.j. without ero���������iiiLr a tnoiin  -.-urpri.-e lia.- been exptw-.-f,tail* lllul   !>   onr   o1'   l1"'   "-'irates  .McKonzie  suddcnlv i'C'.-ign-7KlUll'al highway- in-tbe trot Id. ^  the l.e Roi.l ===========  It* will be good new.- to the we-t  to learn ihe lightness of money in  ihe east is-at an end.  It i.-. high time tbe new Dominion  tired ire vva,= got to work on tbe shallow,- in   Arrow   Lakes.    When   the  water   i-   low.   a- at pro.-ent. i  time it. trei croc11 results.  Hon. ("'iifiord Sifton's .-tatement  that no land 'errant- will be given  the lb and Trunk will be received  with np|iiaiw from (,ne end of tin-  dominion to the oilier.  ~  Meeting at Selkirk Hall." .  On Thursday'w.cok nn open meeting  of the local lodge of the "United -BrOth-  erbood;of Kiiibvay Kinploycs.was lield  iii Selkirk 'bull , to.'ivhicii1 all laihvnv  iinen ivcre invited. The. chair iv.is  "occupicd'by T. Dunn., ,11c introduced  the spcakcr'of the* evening* J la'rold y.  I'oore; general 'organizer 'for Ctinada,  ivlip spoke in subotiincc iisifollows:        L  "Fellow workers^ of Hbc iail, Jam  licre tonight,with a message that has  run througliout all ages, over 'ivliicli  the 'greed of,gold and the great sea ol"  self have swept.,. till the mandate,  ���������'Love thy neighbor as thyself,'' seems  to have been forgotten by the bulk of  nianl-iiuL.,_ ItJs my priyilegcytoniglit,  to loll, yotutbe history.jimd Jay befer^  you tlft ])lniis, of the        y  cm: vtust and .Mosr puooiinssivi:  of all railroad organizations tliat,*exi.-t  '���������an organization that thinkers and  students of economic conditions 'have  eiicloiscd as the only feasible plan���������a  plan my , brothers, tlio fruition, of  which itnccdsAot tlie gift of prescience  to sec, means the introduction of tlie  universal brotherhood of man���������tlie  message' and plans of tlie , coming  organization of tlie centuiy. the  touted Brotbeihood of li.-iihvuy 10m-  plOyes.'-    (Applause).  The speaker then dwelt on the  (iliUA'l  CONSOLIDATION" Ol' CII'I'IAI.  nd warned hi- he.ueis that ela.���������  organizations would be crushed one by  one unless they look a leaf out of the  hook of capital, and combine into one  concrete hotly anil .oppose hnee by  force. He continued- '*Un our plan*  we iniikey this feasible and grant to  every branch of the railway service  absolute iuitt.iioiuiytuiil extend to the  niaii on 'the t.rack as warm a welcome  ive would give to the  Inchesc   ollic-  own peaks,,first- scaled the dizzy  heightsx,of the, Mallci-hony and  camped (ii\, the highost'siltiLuclc.*s"'of  tlie Andes:. r      '"'������������������,���������,    '  The ball in", which .the dinner  took place bore' 'eloquence Lo Mr.  Whyinper'sisuccesses in the Canadian' Rockies. ..Mr. Wbyhiper-'is  not only among tbe first of motin-,  tainecrs; be is iin artist',, etcher',  author ;ind ���������,a close observer ' of  natural pbenomena, and "witly the  co-operation.of Mr. Archer /Baker,  European trallic manager 'of the  Canadian' ,Pacific railway, ,the  whilehajl >rboms were decorated  with :i7series of magnificent' cn-  largemcnts'of Mr. Wbym'iier's own  lihotograpbs ��������� of leading Rocky  iMounlain' peaks. These peaks  being named by Whymper himself,  recall-some of the juch to whose  energies,, the presenl, success of the  Canadian Pacific railway is largely  due. "They, also admirably illustrate the exploration' work which  Mr..Whymper--and "his' comrades  have recently coniploled between  Alberta1 and theVea. ,Thos; arc as  follows: * f-Mount Sbaugbnessy  (President's CI roup)"; "Mount iMc-  -Nicoll' .. .(Pre'sidenL's , Group)"/  Mountsy,,Kerr and Mai-pole, Upper  Yoho Valley"; '���������"Mount' Stephen,  from the Railway"; "Mount Whvto.  from   Pope's  Pass"; 7,'Tho   End"'of  FIRE VALLEYk  jjKioni our 011-n Coiio^poniloiil. , *  A party   was tgiven' on ' Thursday  night by JO. J. Bangs to the unmarried  ricopjo'of the' Valley:       '    '   -'.     ,1  Tlie wharf is prbgiessing wcli.and is  now buill'oiit for. 1:20 fee if lJTbe four  men   working   on   if are busy lifting  stone, which is placed on  a sfoncboat  and driven to the ivharf.''%-    ,      ' ,-,   ,  "New-':Y ear's festivities , secin -to, hop  long to tlie past and,tilings are sett-ling  clown to their old places.'    i    ,'   A   ,  the .Great* Yolio  G  ��������� "Tl  ' <l. .  itciei"  'Mount  Wapta and Summit Lake";"Palls  of Abe "Kicking " Horse-""Rivel":  "Mount , Field"; "The. Imperial  Train starting from FicLcf, li. C,  to cross the Rocky Mountains, Oct.  -I. 1902"! "  high."  I'akakaw   Fall,  800 feel  III!  tel  Results ai Lord Aberdeen's Ranch.  iA. L. Whitney, lunseryimm of Walla  Wa.lla, lias leeeived a.n order Ironi  Aberdeen ratieb in Briiish Columbia  foi 10.000 apple trees. Mr. Whitney  sent- the same ranch 5,000 trees last  ye.it. i  It will intere-t fitiilgiowers to  know Unit the management of the  Aberdeen ranch���������old one entire ciopof  apple-, in Hong-Kong at-fH.-'VJ a box.  tints showing the possibilities1 for our"  w'.sterii apple grow er- in the Oriental  trade. Last year (he orebaid paid  $1 1.000 over all expenses.  yem my Itientls it tvoeiid  oi*i:n vocit i:vi:s  to.-ee how tin.- movement i-;  ���������iroiving.  and is Leiiiii eagerly taken hold   i I   by  all condition-   of lailnay   Hicn.'   'flic,  l.ugi-t lodtre in S.ii'r.init-iitvi ha- alni'i-r '  reached   the   3lK)0   tin-mber  m'.iikitndi  .itmthei' lodge in   lIi*,ttst..ii..T.;\.i-, i-   .7  Use -ei'o-.ul      All hi two   year-.'    .lu-tl  mink oi it'      Ar.iiqn   \'n n.vu:-.< r,(inh*  len nioutii-  a.:,.   ",'���������   hid   -.'   -ni.ii'  SEED. DISTRIBUTION.  Thi* din etor of  the  pctitnelit.il    Fiil'lil    ill  .   .   INSURANCEJ        : ^  ' -"  P,������y      --1"       ',   ., "v7 ,  4 JI". S. .Wallace has" been appointed  agent for the Thbeni.-c'al,Camborne.1,; '  ,,The,past year has been a good one  for lircinsui-iinco' conipanies. <7 Jiisur-  ances rose to !|iSCO,000,000, $:i!);500,000  oVer last year. ������ .>    y  '���������     , <A  ,   .   In .south A'mcrica."and Australia pastore is abundant, and"  |7-'ox'en of the finest quality are plentiful.    Bovril is prepared from -v  these'oxen and tlie supply is iso considerable ?.s 'to' enable the .  \;,' manufacturers to use the best materials at a'.'nomihal cost.   It  t is prepared by a specbUprocess, which'ehsures the retention of  both the stinfulating-'anti ^nourishing* properties of[the "beef.  thereby, differing' from ordinary meat extracts or bzef tea', which  merely stimulate without'nourishincf.,'   u  x     '     . <,   ,y  *���������������$ */' ''NcurisKes- '' -., '''  IJ :i' a^ ���������- - 'on1-., ?'^f~ '<-' *  ' ^    l .'Streiiuatliens ;. \  1--*  ,    .       i   ^ -"-  "^���������.iim~'.i it..i'a-u,-i-l4'i\.  .|,-''^4'4.'/     ,     't^4.'4-->.'       .,���������,'-  r  Why you should .buy  Because  it is Ihe best rpi.-ilily.  Because   't is the niosl 'I.'sting cben*,  Because  it is,tbe  Im-itesi   high grade  o or 10c., plug- '    ,,   v  Because  Hie   l.i-J-  are   valnahle   ioy  Jiimiiiry 1st  'i"'    ,    '  _4^____ ovr,,'-v   PlllK.  ������������������ind. .    Y        ��������� '  vour dealer is mil horized lo  re! nnil ��������� voiir  liioncy.il' von  Because  Because  pi'eniiuiiis.iiiiti  lOO-i. _,     "7  tn;   etu.-i l-iltlI i'i*  are "hot s.ftislied.   _  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO Co. LIMITED  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regitInrmeet inga  arc held in I be Jliit-  uine'l'einiile. Htnirne  Hull, on the tliinl  Monday in each  month at S p. in.  VisitniK brethren  cordially iveleonied.  1!.  OOltOON     SlXUl.TAHY.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12. I. O. O. F.  i  Jlecls every Tuc-ilny  in    Selkirk  ,1. OOTIir.'IT, N. G.  lend.  J. JIATIIIK. Si:u.  t  ,, 4  k  hLIMITED.  ^MINES'ANbJMl^  O'llicc's-OIHUAOO, III.'i-bUUUTlI, iMi'im.i'OALIJ'M BT.yMich.l NIOLSON, B.'Ci  1    .   ,   ' '"        ,r'^  '       CA.MBOUNI0, n. d.     ���������--        ' A '   ' y"  '.".   bPFiciAL bh,ok:ek,s, ; ���������' /  -     '     '     ' A'        ''��������� '< 7voil TIII3,       i    l7      " ' ��������� y    i-      ,   '  ���������   f      ,  "  Galumet &" Brltlsii Columbia; Gold Mines,LtiJ,,  V  ,,"','.    NON'-PIORSONAL LrAJ31LITY. "'   "   y p'^'A   ,~<  Ai   ��������� u.u 7   '      "    " ' ' (IOVA. i\HNI0.)< '/'���������'' ' '"*'    '  1      for terms of payment iind piii-Licul.ii's apply to, ��������� .. -  IL^S^WA'LLACIS^iMA.VAgmr,"   ""./'  ' .A H. N: COUIiSI IOIj^Aoknt,''"-" '/'.  1       . '"������������������ ',    '  "Ci'iiiiborne, B.-C7  *-���������.'- '     <   ..  '   llevel-Loke, B.'C.1  , Ac,l  mc'was gall  1   doctored   for a year and'a half1 for what  the docto'n.toklI ^  )nes. y I   had -read   so -much   about   the* relief*  Ripans Tabtiies gave other people 1 thouglu J would get some. -  I have used eight of the 5-0:111* boxes and have not-had a_.spell  since. * '    .   -  '      AT   DRUGGISTS.      ,     - ,  The five-cent packet   is. enough   for an ordinary  occasion  The family bottle, sixty cents, contains a supply for a year.  Ha.icy-on Hot Springs  ������fa. n itarixji m.  (llVl-iO'l  f  ' 1 iilt;."' um 1   ti."  mero.i-ii)'.', ,1 bid. ���������  ��������� iM.tpli. i ���������:ie   pi  ���������i'i ii  *���������  (in   mar.  .I ...  i. .*. 1  i.tr.i'l  if.'it.f r..-  I.eiv  V-'      -i  in tin  1 ,ii,i  .l.'t.t -:  i������  ina 11acrement or  It i- bf-Iit-vcil the debt on the mine  h\- lxeii ji.iid off by recent ojiera-  tion-.  ROCR]  IV  ! tne    1,  ' ulliet,-. nil   , i    ��������� !.t u. ha  1 -eiuu- (-1 lb'   iiiitii *hat si  v. i*. rf.itr-T- of  <.*  , 11.   id, iitii'.il 1 i,d : b.'t tl,,-  i tl e bi't'i,' in. 1,:    11 A   1 j-,,1  the    ",.>-_'e   i ui.' 1    f.i-inl  -iiluti'iii 1:: cn-opr-ra [1- n  In  -pi akei ther   ',111 ,.i ���������  tilfV  plOlil'  ; 1 i!>i-  Olilv    ,',  i \),U  1    hi-  ,���������-)  itt, I,-  lli*n William Muluck ha.- decided tn I'l-no ed with hi- Conciliation ami Aihitration bill, but in  licferein.e to reprc-entatiun- from  the labur union- tbe compul.-orv  f.-iuuie will be  entirely eliminated.  li*:gi<latio.n7  Conledeiation in .Aiistia'.ia see- a  Uriii-b   Comnioiiwealth   -with   the  nio-t advaneed legi<-l.ition the -.t-orld 'ti,,t, to the  linyknoun   excei-itiim   that    of the , ���������M(.rn ,���������,v   u,,,m, v, ���������A1I!. r  ancient -Jap.-. It is ,111 objci l b���������on 7u,k ii 1��������� ,|.-,-,, .(.'d .1- Un- ui<.-t  to tbe jociali-tic eli'iiient- vi bich' iiiiipiituiii- pn n- 1,, -n��������� hgi-I-ttion  are .-tiiving for tlie .-urue ends onlvtb-it b.nl  iv.-r er,,.ie.it, <l iimu tbc'p'i'  Doininioii   10-v-  Ottawa wiites:  By iii-ti'iietion   id'   Hon.   minister  of  ' iur.'ii-iiluii'e  ai,other  di-tribiuioii   will  ��������� be in.i-li-tin--ea-011 of,-ample-   of  (he  mo-t   prmlui-iivc   --oil-   ol    giii'n   to  1 r,iii,nti.t)i f.ti'iiei's im- tiie inipiovciiie'iit  'of...   I      T!l>* -lit. k fwl-  ili-t'jblllioll   i-  , .a" th.   v.-'v hi-l .in-l b.i-   been   sceiu'ed  .h.'i'i'toi    "I    the    [O.Vperillieiit.l  !, 1.m    the    , -.'i llent     crol.-    ll'  :i el ,ti lb>' 1',111.iili,111 iiorlbue'-l   I  ��������� t.l.i'Hlol)  till--plili'-'    will     I'oll-  -.���������mpl. - oi   o.it-,   -pi in-"'   whi-it.  (1 ii, io    col 1)   -iiitl     potaliii-i  f.'n   1 '.i.iv itpjili. but onls one  1,, 1 ��������� -. 11'  lo t .it b   applicant.  ii.t.iv nbi.*. I    h ( en t -    a  ,V    1 ,1 tiliof    .il-u   H cellC  I, 11 lev    nl' pot.it'ii"-, aiK  itio'i' lb in inn' -ample j  ,,','    ,  nun t    be    1 ntei- 1  -.unph -    ii ill b'   -elit '  '1 tii ���������   1 1,11!        \p  j  ���������tdili 1 --11! In the '  mlllO MIODICAI.. WATIORS of llal-  X cyon ate the most curat ive in Ihe  world." A perfect, iiatiiial remedy for  all Neivous and Mit-euhii- disease-,  Liver, Kidney and Hlonuu-li ailineiils  and Metallic' Pi.Noning. A sure cure  for "Thiil Tired Fcelin.*." Special  rales on all "boat- and trains. Two  mails aii-ive and ilepni b, every day.  Telegraph eoiiiiniiiiii'.ilion with ali  parts of Ihe ivoiltl. An experieiict'd  iiiass.-inger.  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arrobu LaRc. 3, C.  '! Li  -i*i.I  '  i.- n- -  -. in, i.i.  i:  I 'I'P'  |,   it !���������  li-  by different metliu,;-'.     In   tho An--'  tralian colonies the way of piotrre-s!  Ill- been cleared by the Ju.-ion of I  The patent law- of Canada need l'"' Liberal ami Labor parties In}  revision. W,- recently published Canada t he policy uf the Labor and |  particular-of the efiict of recent ^"''I'di-t.e panic- i- to moveeii-'  deci-ion- of the court- on the tin ly i inlcpei,dent of (be two old |  patent law- .-ho.win- how the Cana-i paiti'" with the re-tilt, that a brake j  i- placed on the   uhecls of prog re-  dian invi ntor i- at a di-advaiitau'i  a- compared with tlie I'm'ted Stn te-  iriv. ntor. it i- urjent that tin  malt' r be r* m. died.  Then* i- fiL'iiin talk of a chance  from Canadian to American control  ���������of the (7 I'. R. y\s* the diiiniiiioi,  has made such immense ..-acrificcs  for thi.- railway it would appear a  .-ti.tesiiianlike ,-ir-t for the dominion  tioveriiinenUi. acrjuire a mtijoritv  t.f tbe stock in this mad  '.".lii-erve tin* inierc.-t   of th  and    so  * people.  and the object.- oi the refoitncr-  arc del,e;, ed by the cry of "no com-  |uoini-(  Ileic    i-    the    Icf-Mnl ion    of tin  lir-t ---s-Loii of tlif- Australian I'm It r-  al (litritattirint:���������Adult suffrage  foi  both men and.   women,  -abolition oi!m,,lu, Ihe b,-  property   i.|Uiiiilica.li(iiiK    for eaiidi-j     The C.���������'!'. i,'.'  ilale.- or   elector.-,' election  of sen-! I'-.vuiov   i-'t;  ators as well a.-   comii loner.-", liiuila-j ih"i. gave ii.-.- to :,   nun  lion of I'lec! ifin  uf   human    l> jiii-; W bv     -aid   Ic ,  "what    -luii     would    vou    b.n'-     mi  III. nd-   inn!   i   tld'-  i l.ui-i - of that   i. t  which pi.iot ic,il|\- tin'.-'    the   -.*!<'ti'.n  of the libit ��������� itoi- intn the  bind-   < '   a  lepii-i lit H in   uf ,i i apit all-lie   ^,,-,i   i,  iii'-nt   tin   iron noi uiiHi.ilin   eu'iiH iL  The   .nlil'.r.iti.i-,   a  c   i h i ti (I to-i t   '    i  teim ol -1  \e.n-, iiin' even -uppi -���������   th..t  the mi n  wen. jti-i   ,,ijien   . hit-d   wli  I  gii.ir.ni ���������<���������-.���������   latvi    \mi    tb it   l��������� i,,|i    ti-  fVpll.l'jiOll oi    tin ti    fe, in    tin v    -iuii'.I  not   l.e   in   the dn'i t t p - y ������,t '',i[U( ,1  --  icpl-i -eiiti'd by Hi,   i nlw   y ��������� oiiipim* ��������� '  j In the ii iiiu  uf in nikiiiil   r  -'di i-'    i" ���������  , In leave iu> -tone   nut ;i |>. i\     Io   bind- I  ;the eiiiiefniciit. of l In- bill   ivlucl; ivoiili!  ill your ly-ec'loiu.  i t u .-  ju..  '  i., ,'  j un. i '  i < 'tt.i'  Tb-  ion _r-  -!.-     -Il  ,1  hii-il'j  -ui  : h>    h t],eriiui ntal   I*' u in-.  flNftmu/inoNV'TH"'University of Toronto. ~)  F. H. TORRINGTON, Musical Director.  HIGHEST   MUSICAL   EDUCATION.  IOnaminatIOM-- Maniloba, lb'' 'I'l'r-  litoiies mid Briiish Columbia, July,  I !)<)'{  Henri for Cali'iidi'ir and Sylhthlis,  12 and I I Pembroke -t��������� Toronlo  LAB0-S CALL  V nn i li.  .-hi  ���������   ���������  \| i.i    I   I  ���������or   oi  wilt t  ion  expcMsc- lor Senate ! ei.-ui.-: .,n tin- pari, <,i   lie   speak, r  ^\'. A.   (ialliber.  ,M. p.. i-   ,|(,ii,g  excellent work for hi.- conslitucncva  lo -T'l.OOUiiiid l,o ifuf)() for House ,,i  Rcprc.-ciilit lives', ah.- olulecNclu.-ion  of .V-iatie ,'ind colon ;d labor or any  oiler labor likely l.o resuit in rc-  ductioii of wages, kI���������-i|c l.elegrapliH  .'Unl    telephone.1-.    ( )|n-ra led    nl cost,  T.  lie lias taken hold of the legislation i military .-ervice li'.i.iled |o a citizen  (���������(���������(jiiired toiinjii-ove thecondilioii ofjitruiy, 'non-inlerf'irciice of lieut,-  tlie silver-lead indu-l ry, in n. m.'iii- ! govcruoi-.-* orgovei ���������iiorgeiier;i Is wiib  iicr_wortliy of tbe biglir-.-tcommeii- j iiiiiiislerin I    iiel.s,     a    civil   sei vice  Hard I v  .    Tb'e  ohiiiibin  tbitioii'. aii'l hi.-*  el'l'orls  can  fail   In   -('cure   good    i*i,*.-11)f  dredging of Arijow lake.-', (  'river iiiiproycnicni, |,o-i, uflice and  custom house for Rcvel.-loke, iln.  provemenl. of navignlion of Xorlli  Thoius-on, and other public works  in other parts of bis dislricl are receiving the best of (ittentioii.  open to the poor .������������������{,(, with ability as:  sold merit, miiiii mini wage of ifooO  i'or government- employes whether  male or forniile, prohibilion of shipping carrying colored labor from  participating in mail subsidies.  Mr. Ptiltco, I\l. P. for \\'iiini|,eg,  was right when bo recenfly pointed  out lhal,    .however   llio   labor and  iid that, the lc.ll.cr -i;;ii(''l  S|.;ii|gliiies.iy wa,-. a la.-il. a'lnii-,-i,',|i  that. Hie railway workirrs did nut gi I  paid HiiHiei.-iif. w.tgi'.- to.c'iahl" tliein  lo provide for their old age, and he  used this point fo enlnre e upon Iln*  hen ti lies of the benefit, fit Ad nnd the  iii-oiriiiice and pen-dou plan r.f I Ic  l.'nitcd Brotherliuod of Bailway Km-  ployt'S, 'Hvhie.b," said he,, "will' leave  you an iiii'it should be le',t, proyi'lcd I'm*  in your old ace wilho ul, being the  recipient, of c.haril.y."  A vole of l.hiinks lviis    passed   to  iln  speaker, who nl,  n    Inlci      meeting inl  initii.sl.ered the obligntio, n of I,l.u-   order  l.o n. iiiiinbi.'i-.of (���������ouycft'i..  I:. W. B. Pagcl, Prop.  i lompl dcbvciy of parcels, baggage,  iu any p-u I of the Oily.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken.  All   orders   left   nL R.  M. Kitiyt lie'  TiiLareu Hl.ure, or by'Telephone, >N'o.  .vill receive prnnipt. ul.l.iiition.  ������ms'.  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' When young 'Lochinvai, came down
out of, the \srjr-4- lie ww-'��ot/Uio last
of- Ins kind. Vou who think , that
���mankind to-day,   in lespecl. to     cei-
, tain clemei-Luy emotions, has
���Uiiingc'd <,, gieatly fiom tho typo of
that day'oi the day long hofoio it,
when miu nag?     was mado by ' cap-
' turo,, may iciW and change youi
views' r        <��� ',"' ��'
.With that as a piofacc,,heiei is tho
pioof of the proposition,.
In Oiegon the-ic lived a young gnl
' rwith tlneo large strapping l)i-othci-3
'and her fathet ' and ^motile.. ' Tho
biplheis,' it  vv. s  cuncnt  opinion  in
i tho locality, could whip then weight
in i��ii7.zly bear As" they vicie called
'���"chips of) the old block," it wnv to
,    lie assumed that the father was     of
- -.giu-et Black-, ,  was lcgaidod as    the
tho ls ime type        ', , <
��� In  this family the daughlci,"' Mai-
.i  idol���also    the,slave    Maigavet was
ito bo''woishippoil*��� so loiig ��iV�� she
obeyed ' "When    she wanted  to     di*5*-
j, obey thcr  she vvas to"1 be Aided ,   It
-was'anothei case of Loina Boone
1 Maigarct's    obedience was not  ' a
_ miittei of dispute uiilil, one-cloy when
_sho  "happened to  walk'fatthei   than
* usuali'inlo  enc gieal woods t aioiuid
'�� the.1 Black1 homo and lost her way
She .walked;  and. tan   -'tlno'ugh  tho
, yindcibiush "without finding'a familial-path until she was a thoioughly
, fi iglilcned little gn 1 Then she woefully, sat  down  lacing  tho  piospccts
- of. a5 night in the wo'ods ,       i
'   In this'picdicament sho was tound
by a young 'man who, can ied a idle
^ under his   'aim     He ..was not     lost
That wad evident    Ho smiled    when
the gul,i confessed that she was      Ot
comse   'he  would  . takes hoi   home
Then     they both laughed, and      tne"
work which     foims the basis of this
atoiy vvas done  <"���      ,   .
<X/'I am Roland Lee," ho said '"Why
I live'  .within    ton    miles    of join
hbino " . ,~     '
To  walk ter  miles and moie     out
of.the way just to cce that'a pietly,j
girl.foiaid'her    way homo was1
handed in. Then Lee.cntcied and advised " the witnesses to march down
tho load a hundiecl yaids Jn front of,
Iho bridal procession."'.'"'   * - -.
, ,_When ho considcied that"a sufficient"
start had been secuiod and that with
a little active woik on the part of
his hoi so it would bo impossible for
tho "biolheis to letuin for 'then
weapons/ - mount, ^and,pursue them,
ho said good-by, "whipped up anil
passed them, Maig.uct,waving her
htuidkoi chieft as they went-down tho
lb.ul. *7 ,.
i When' the family got fb'ack to, the
house and the brothcis looked, at
each other, suggesting-a chase, ji the
eldest said  7        s ' r ,
"What's iho use! 'I guess he's" the'
light stiiir "     '���    t,   t   , ,   - j '
,   '      v,   '       Ti    'T'        ,
Enoimous Sum of ?336,666,665 in
"    ,'Inipoits in One Year
-A Blue Book on the ttadc of British, India with loioign coupti'.es foi
thef ycai ended Maich,3L ("latt has
been published It/contains a , good
deal of infoiniation ,tending to' confirm , lhe,iecsnt ? lemaiks ot *"* Loid
Cui/.oiii as to the ir_/cnsing'(piospei-
)ty of Inclm, s.i; s (he1 London 3r.ul"
Tho total , uufsot ts -.c.ithoh the sum
il 1>3.3(, 666,(305, an inciease ol S30,-
000,000 l ovei'tho. piceed-ng yefii,
while i, iho oxpoi ts ^amounted to a
total of S'l<iq,��>0v>,000, uniiiccitcol
$60,000,000   "_,<t  '",/,,      -      ,    ,
Tho inciease vvas gene.al'in all
classes oi mcicJiun/Cisc, *pai liculnily
in cotton goods, and theio vvas a'
jnaiUedys/ival ol activity m the nn-
poi ts of. inachinci y and , mill - v ot k,
metals, jinineial oil^ l.ailviay , ^riia-
tcual, coal, chemical', aiicl- dyes, but,
the shipment , ~6i tea dceln ed malc-
nally in value by reason ot tho i unturned low iuIingyof puecs * while
tho quantity,c\poited als>o shoive-I a
consideraDlo (leclino ,. *
Milh legaid rto sugai, the l'epoi t
states, that,best sugai has n.w'e
veiy i npicl pi. ogt e��A_in; t cent \oais
Siv ye.us ago'the quantity oi"7\.mo
sugai linpoited tvas moioi than
donb'c that of beet, 'but duimg hist'
jeai the impoits of^beeL gieatlv s u-
passed those of,cane sugai . \vhile
the latloi dcclmctl i.om all soi'ices
oi supply     e\topi. Java, ,-thc lo.mer
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,,      GAME  IN'AFRICA.    '   -   '
i <"      -   ��� '
Lions, and Leopards, Attack ' Men
A   ' m. Daylight���Battle With    -
*=��        .    Great Eeasts. ,
Dr   Cail'rctcis,, UioGemian
ploier who thinks ho has found
Land of Ophti      iir, ilhotlesla,
biought back    to civilization   gieal
stones i of the-hunling in that   pait
oi Africa! ' ,,
Jn that mystetious -,land between
the Zambesi and the Seba 00111111-1/
the jungle has come to' its own
again, coveimg ancient forirusso->
ancrpnlace walls with giovvth that
looks as^ if ltrnevci had been dis-
liu bed by'man <-inec the woild lie-
gan And in that jungle the -wild
beasts lulc , Tlieie thc^lions and
lcopaicls are man-eateis, not ,wailing to be^altackfd, but canying the
wai into" , the camps and into~thc
veiy tents of; < the invade!s . ���V,hcn
Di I'eteis en'teiciLlhe countiy with
his expedition ho was* aira^od at_tlle
pioiusi'on 01 Ine 1 fi'Thc land and "the
watei , aiul^ the an ,vve'o mil of it
Since his" lcum froin^lus last tup
ho has dcclaiod that Otho big game
IituiLing in inanv poit.ons 01 the toi-
'ntoiy is the Lost 111 the world Tho
Zamhesi Jtnei tliciv. ,s full of hip-
popotaeu ,a'id��.cioeodilcs   - JTc    saw
heids utei heids 01 elephant, ' bui-
r.iio and'llunoceios Iiveivwi>i>ie ho
n.'aikcd ' tho nacks tof /iobia und
qu. gga Po desuibes tlio . vvealth
buds as j colossal "' Guinea.'hens
pheasants' ci anes, t lcions, <loiks,
flamingpos .iicPc.tn'-, ducks and gcete
vveio "een^Jjv him not) in thousands,
but in huiKlfc-ds oi thousands on tho
bunks and isuuk's of"the mighty
Afi icaiiji lvei ��� Bock oud anlc'opc ho
found 111 , cnoi moils nunibois And
east of tho M.uuc.i Land iho Ifimtois
mot lions_nnd leop.uds that  not 011-
Iv'VVOlG   ple'IKlfl.I     ill. t   lOOlleSS,       piO-
vulirg the -"cry chma-'i: 01 ' '
Di Peicis sa\s that vvhatovei 'may
bo the ca��-e m son.e ].ai ts, of Afnl'a,
tlio statement made occasionally by
Iioii'lumteis to th'b ohocL that * the
spoil is not veiv e!angeio'is is not
tiuo  in    tlusy ieg'0'1 '   Lions     and
companion's nflc iaiig,*-.and an^ immense leopard hounded into" the 'an
and fell back i,ito .the thicket ^ lie
had been, lying dnectly "in fiont"' of
Peteis, and- yet,'despite his gaudy
hide,' the .���maikings"rw?io so- pei-
fectly blended with tho jungle - that
the do'cloi had not s,ecu him at all
This lcopai (1 did not need 'anothc
shot Tho soft bullet, 111 mushrooming, 101 e the brule's vitals- ,-eo
pieces    (i ���
As if they were matt lung then wits
against* man, tlic^ciocodilos end hippopotami are becoming moie dating
and dtingei ous eveiy yeai 111 that
country _ 'Two 'black men belonging
to the Fetors expedition, were killed
by uocodilcs' at , 0110 timo Tho
cicatuics lay in wait under the
bank of 1110*1 ivei, and when the men
'looped toyinsh the immensely pow-
eiful tails oi the' o'mphibians weie
swung'at them and whipped thorn
'into the v.atci, wheic tho ciocodilos
f-oi^ed them, and'cai nod them ���* a.vay
to an island myhe middle of tho
river Jii Thompson s-iiv tho,whole
occi'iience lie could-see tho bodies
of tho.men c'otuly as they v.ete be-
111c,.' diagged 'a'ong just undei the
scnaec ' 1 > '*
Anothei f.ivoi iteVncl. of llio nian-
1 illing ciocodilos atom, the Zambesi
;is to lie( ]iei fectly still,uiuiei glasses
neai tho shoie v and sci7e pa-sots-by
l.y the leg Sometimes they aio'so
fe.it 1 e.,S!;that they eo^not oven hide,
hat lie on tho shoies with ejes shut,
foigning sleep        t      ' V
'Plio hippopot.imi,  s-a\s  Di    1'otcis,1
sodni to have learned  that thoi0    'i7
a conncctioii hctvi eon  canoes an I c\->
plosivo'--bu}lets    . Ccitainlv Ihev nave
(orrc to tioat boats as enenics     ov-
oiy time,   ��,nd it is dangeiou- , now
to.cioss tho iivei "1,1 any light ci uft
Ec-tJe-a  tho   loyalgamc,   theie  ate
hordes ol othei      -ian^eious animal's.
Baboons  =*can to   shaic   the  petv.id-
l.ip =pnit!>   ot dai .ng   and legmients
of ihein "vvande'i      aiound with"confidence, dcsccnduitn  into the cultivated
lands  vvhenevoi   thoy feel like it
Kvea,tho hyenas'and  lackals - aie
not as timid  thcie'as thoyaia    in
_.u_      ,. j , ii?      ,
���     ! BALKED   CUFID.
Some Incidents    tKat" Shov/    L0V0
Does  Not  Always  Find ,
a  Way. *���   ,     -<
A tingpdy in a ljciii)sylva)iia village early last year vvas ditc entiiely
lo'tol aeco, ��� Sliss JUabel JJiinciin had
developed a t.isto foi cigai ottos,
which 1 her 1 fiance, iletboit Kcldar,
stiongly disappioved of ��� She gave
hoi-'woid to, abandon the habit, and
after one 01 two relapses kept ,thc
piomieo faithfully foi many months
On ; tho morning of the wedding,
which was to take place ln-hci fa-
thci's house, one of hot bndesniaids
odoied Hie.young lady a cigaietto,
..nd daie'l( "hoi ���tb smoke it Sho
took a few ' vylnfis and then quickly
tin evv.ui avny .,      ,      ' vi
As the clot gvinan commenced     the
ceremony the bnaegi 00111 siuITcd su^-
pteioeslv      Then  he leant ovci
���   ^"oii have     been smolting aij.un,"*
he vvluspeiud '        '
Miss  Uunciii dul not tuplv       llith-
out  anothei '  void  l-io voting     man
tinned and wall od out of tlio, houve
-George    Itickctts,    spoil   his cnily
vonis     m  the soi vice ot the .Hudson
Bav  Company       lie man ied  a     To-
lontc youne, lady, and took hei   uith
him to Foil Golden, in the fai  1101 th-
v est      One' wintei   day  111   L883     In-
dii.ns'i aided fllic place out ing hisi ab-
*-e-*ce,     and " he retui red to 1 nd the
ignl he had left so full 01 ufc a     few
jhoiii'i hoioic     vith  an Inlian  to'ma-
1 lnw k    ,11  hei   bi.un       Knowing      the.
nd men would come bjc1 , ho but ied'
hei  body aiul^
j ' ��� ROBE rOlt HIS LTFE
In thcispni'g ho ietiiinot-1 to visit
iho gi aw I'o Ins amazement he
found the bodv 1 in nod to gt'ono It
is a most .yci leet and, beautiful specimen of pcliilicalion Rtckotts took
it with' him and lctt'n.c.l to his
home in Sumicihind    'Theio, a^cou-
ineieascd gientl-,,  the/inci case   limn
At.sti la-Himgaiy   boiiiti   exceptionally Meopai (Is theie,   attack  the domestic
 Laige   so  Jaigo 'as   to  inch ce     suuai j animals of man and man'himself   by
no. (lolineis 111 Jncha to peis.i.ue     them- j piefoienco      They pass tempting  an-
most othei   locahtioi      A. hvena   en-   n,c of J'oais ago," ho1 fell in  love     a
teiod tho doctoi's tent one night and   second     tune       All  wenlAiclh .until
did not 1 eti 10 until he had stiuck
light and called his men       -j
^tiling���not ln'Oiogon
'Aftei that,the disobedience 01 Mai.
gaietf-*-began    It   would   have*?"Leon
. something woiidciful   the "way ~ they
managed ,to  meet 111  the  woods     11
thai vveio'notcas ^old atway-as the
story>ilsclf"is  old"  , 1  >"*'     .    .. -��� .	
When the tin 00 largo' biothcis and H,?Ul stuclyind ji on bais and she ts
���The cause of    .this- lsAhul-Relgium'
uon     and stool ofinfe'.ioi
.. _ ....     t
i.i mi . . 1 which consideis choaoness fn st     and
land   LC'O      Thnv   Hiwrttplprl    ..��-��    nmni-l .   . ^44.^.. t-..^^-5   ,���at   L    ttntl
selves that tho countoivailing duties
did not covoi tlicAvI.olo bounty ic-
(eived by boot sugai      ji  ^      - v   ���
The statemonts'iWith icgaid to the
impoit ol non and -steel'1 aie poiti-
culaily liitoicsling 'Jlioy-show 1l1.it
Belgium-sends'the  gicatoi   pait
-the f.ilhei  "--who"
'claimed -Mai garet I 'uppll06
te'opcs aarl othei ,g.uno deliberately
and ontoi the v Plages lo In oak into
kiaals, wh.eio'tlie/ boat ciown st'eeis
and sleep and can v. them' ofi *",So
dai ing arc thov that/contiaiy 'to
tho geiici. 1 habits 01 the gioat cats,
tnov hunt m bioad daylignt as vvoll
as,by night J      ,     "*
In,the "lunmci oi.lSSO-'two officials
of tho Slashonaland -Railroad woio
acfciiab\-''di,'ggcd'out^of then 100ms
in thou huts by lions, and "-earned
oh within    full view  of the'labolcrs
.    --  v      -iloiig   tjio  1 iiilioatl   "On  oacli occa-
aginablo  inimbeu" of  icasons  why  ho I J1"'*���y*},    '*,*��$     U\olh(-\  kinds of U.on   1L0'lions made  then   attack  ,���
..would not     do,  all      ot  v Inch vvoie k?-u7'1o,    hnld,     7 the Unied  the' middle    of   - the d.^      Anothei
���,,.���  to'A,fJ       , b    its own   the     total I lion  leaped into  a1 tent on the t'abi
o.uy w.dgmcs showing tnict while Bc'gmm 'Rivei and earned a.vav a British
mcie they argued tho 111010 the gt.l United &S,,!;0���. \��, r'^'r' the iP'^nccto.Avhilc he was at limcnot.n
(loe.doel that he .would do      , "\uouMio?t thP^n^.   mV* |    Ouo cloj-,  ���nhon     T'i        Peters,  Pi
Fiually  the family bio'.ght7natte.s  exchin"f ,?o - the , ,.nne iv  ��      '7C+?f   ? ����Ct ��' ''ai1,    FnSllslm'��"     "����-��l
to  a crisis bv locking Mliga.ct     in -^     .?'  *^�����''"P��%'"��'|""/eai>   Ihom.wn  and  =ovaal  othe's     vicie
he-     100m    You      may      fcS '0..!'  ^���S^'l^^   ^^ !f "^'-'^     1.1 tho vatloy of; the
���Do.olhy ycnion  of lfoadon ITall " Jsa.d now       th-t  nnnoMn-    1. l-��-|f-��I"��ta   i-eg.oes  einved    bicaWcss-
That - CAphuns     how  sach -  ����.��� ��.-��" , J1-",.. th,yLAlnPoi ^. �����'d     ^".^ with   the   . revs thet thiec lions
^d.scoveied this, thev foimd tlrat'thoy \��� ���f7  ll"ni   ana -stecl ofinfenoi
�� had* not     beci?'consulted, and    'that !?-1 ^V       ,    ?.  "*cllt ," ��? thc Ulllt,etl
was ieisonL   enough to     oppose it 1 {>" f, '��,1"'   bu'     nm,h ^eapci      and
They found     they did  not He    Ro- !^ >�� ��-    "���B,na,ns     '}    .mnlket
They jdiscoveietl an luiim-
communicatod  to  Margaret,
he tcceived in the usual fasJuon
beroiXi ho learned' that she was a
piisoiv3r He also learned that ho
was the cause of it Being a young
man of decided convictions, upen
which ho was accustomed to act
piompUy, ho followed his usual custom in this ease- Ho wont to the
nearest loun and seemed a" ministei
' "I want -jou to many mo," ho
''With   pleasure,"   said' tho  cloigy-
nian,   "but vvhcie is the bnde *>"
'    "We'll  have  to  get hei     Can
stand ix long dnve '"
^TI.c  minister  said  he  could
got  ins rifle and   thoy sot  oat
the' Black homo
Leo .-nd his clotgjman walked up
tq thc (loot,aid knocked The eldest
biolhcr thiow open the dooi t 10.oiling the whole i.iimly seated at the
table. Mai gat ot had boon allow c.l
out of hoi 100m to cat diniioi, and
she had been sitting -ikntly, icfiis-
ing to discuss her I010 alian with
her juilois*
'I Ivj tinoc latge biothei'J and the
father had tlueatened lo thrash loo
on sight if he came ncai thc house,
and when iU-irgaict saw him appeal
-tuddenly in the dooiv.ay sho jtunpod
110m hei chan exoeeting to see lici
lovei set upon by the lighting biolhcr,! and put 111 a condition 101 the
111 dertakct
Nothing   of   that      sot t   happened
L<e  was  too  quick for  them   Beioie
one could move, ho had his    1 lflo in
the climate in Amencan cities had tne Leasts awav Tno bush vv.m
ladically changed, and that hcicaf-, only thiitv foet fiom the settlement,
ie. vc.-y' Iio���L summons would follow j and extended 10 tho nvor, vvh.ch was
eac.i     othei      without hio-k     Theio .about 1."0 f��
Which no   One
Subject     on
Veiy Well
"Dining tho several voiy hot ,sur.-
meis teeo"tly past theio wes a the-
oiy not ittficqueiuly  ventilated Ui.ttl.u.d siio'iitui
EO'zed then- iil.es ard, aeeompouied
by two (manned men, who caincJ
iho cailr-K'grs, thoy soon 1 cached thc
village vhoic theio was intense excitement all thc nog. oes sci earning
111 ..n ciTort to tuive
position     whoie    it   could be
rapidlv and effcctivek
"Just    stand      wheic    vou
please,"  he said    "Mi      Black
you     sit      down again     Thank j en
JMisg Black, will you come ouldoois ��
Now,  11  anv one moves  ton aids     a
gun,  the'ic'll  he  tiouble
"I just wauled a moment's talk
���with. ^"laigaiet f heaid that sho
was keeping tho house, 'o 1 had to
con.c hoie to ice hei t nuclei stood
that vou weie looting foi me, so I
thought I  would avoid tiouble
"Mat_atc-I, I just, wanted to ask if
yon will manv me 9 ' ''
��� 'Yto " said tho disobedient Mai-
gnrct "I will [ wo-i't ho a pnson-
ci niiv lonyei r woi'l. stav in this
lioitse,  and   f will  many  him"
'"I hen, 11 yotu hi ot litis and fathci
will just "-tep ouisulo," s.ud ^ee, and
pointed the 11 lie ton mils e.ith 111
&ictosiion Jn certain paits of the
west a gun [)lav usn illy ltie'jlis bu��i-|
1 es- and not bluli So the time
hi othei s end the lathei came out-
'Now, if vou ni'l nisi ii'ovo about
fifty feet awav," said Let* and thov
moved I
'Ihe minister hud been standing
thioiii'h this pint idling 11 rallio
Slpiiled man lml one who was beginning to si L Iho pari In. hi'd to
"I.SOCuiCtl  ;t   license  hei'ori-' I S'-iokO
to you,''- said Lee to the'clergyman.
"Here  ft i3.   Now, Margaret, 'It you
jj.arp ready,   .The'.witnessesWill plcaso
.I'tocp quiet and remain .slaii'ding."
Slin-garol,     caiiid out of iho ., Iioiiso
mid .stood  before  tho ���luinlnfcr  hand
. ^!'Hi11'*.1.!! fl'R'li Li,e,7wltp u'sj-i JjiH .Itjft
So Iteep tlio r!��a poii'i,totflTi"'Uto   "dl-
wi'Jllon of the���wllnosrasy
Ur.dor these cotidil.Mna the mnrrlago'
coroiiio.ny' wii.s |K.-rf',ri'iiwd, WU011'' It
had been '-'concluded Loo kissed h^l
wife hastily,; mi tlie rtt'lo hti'tjl (.6""bi
JL"j'..l -ti the rest of '*A# raOilly, and
* .tirac k'li'Hit to jyjrtii-ii retroat. , The
���niiiittr ���$*e\ lold "hrt; drive tlie car-'
���t*li>#i. t*J ' l.Uo 'rto-ji-.an-Jl Kt-o. .t^o't'.^-
was no escape '1 ho gcneial use of
elccli icily was doing the besinesv,
says a wutoi illow olcctiitity -v aV,
t'omg it ci vvliv* I do not 10L.1II
healing, but, that was the all-sulii-
cicnt explanation - I voiittuc tho
opinion that not one 111 ton of the
men ,md women who talked this i.oti-
seiuc had 11*010 than the faintest
idea of what oloctiieitv is - But il-ev
ivoic <ock sine ol the soundnessi cf
the thorny��� as cock sine as a v el-
low lotnnalist when ho has Hacked a
male's nest to its hitluuj place The
"iimnier of l��0:: has " knocked all
seniolancc 01 nilegi itv out of thco
unbaked tiieoi tcs ind lea is won-
denng w-hethoi theie was cvei such
weatlici beioie Piobahly theie has
boon, and possibly not.- I doLnot
piotend to 1 now ind r. am nal oil
enough to icineir'bci the ngois of
that laiiious 1816 when theie was
fiost 111 evctv monlh 111 tho voai
But I should not be astonished to
live long enougii to cxpei lo.ieo such
a suinmoi and to heal my good
���leighbois attt ibuto it to Cvctvthing
fiont a changed climate to tho le-
veiige 01 an angi v Bcitv      As a mat-
feet instant Pctcis took
his position neat a big tice about
Unity feet fio.n tno bush Bloeckct
stood on tho othei side of thc
beasts' hiding fplace The ncgiocs
gatheied oii" _ the ether end of the
buMi and began to ' '
leal, dntms and  make  all the   noise
ro-sihle  to  drive  thc lions     towaid
the hunteis       Bcfoic many minutes
a tiemoidous 1 oar sounded  nan!   in
fiont of  Peteis,   ,n)(] a. giand     lion,
heaviiv-  mantel,   spian-;   to.-aid     the
nee      'Ihe htintei  f'ud and seoied a
clean      miss       Instantly    tho brute
lcarcd again,  this time "duet liy    at
the  doctor        ITe  stepped  s-devays
p.ikI in the     next moment tho     non
had bea'en down fom   negioes     who
had been   lvdeig behind thc tiee and
knocked  ''-em insoiisi'ile with -iwecps
01  his gieat paws      Bi    Peters    was
just about   ' to    hie    when the lion
Icarod  on  a  fifth  li'a-i    teaiing sav-
agelv ..t his neck and 'ho,iieleis wi(h
loiepavvs      ..nd   teeth      Foai ing     to
-hoot the man   retets a,mod a little
too lii��.h     ai.d     shot into  thc lion's
iihs instead     o,"-his back! 01 e      But
. toi 01 /act 1 vispcct that the climate (the bidlet had  the desned e'leel     of
jlins    not     changed,     but  is  always Idi- 01 ting  iho beasts attenticn  110111
,V1"   th.int,mg    swinging  Jiko  a  pondi'lumhifc. victim ard he  tinned,  aioce 'mi-'
hack ancl  foi t li   not,  howevei,     with | jest icnllv*      to    h's full noble height
the  same  simple leguUtiitv,   but     mj.'ntl gleied      at    Pctei",   who  stood
some cccontiic fashion  which as   yetjb.uelv   ten  teet awav
we  do  not i.ndcistand       'I'he'-o      re-      The doctoi   'e<ich��d out foi      moie
mniks do not moan that thc climate   en 1 tin I ge-.   and failing  to get iheir,
ni tl the wcathei  .11 e beyond the com-'pceicd  hoek-vard      To 1-.-.S hon01, he
ptohoiis'ion     01 men      Not at all       ['saw   his  caitndco  henio   ltinnmg at
bclicvo   Hint   aftei   1110=3  linings  ha'e   top  epce.l   toivani   tho  village     Con-
been      under     trained   ob'oi vatiori  a ; voiced     that    he  was at tho end  of
sufticiontlv      long     tone  the pic-ont   hi-- c.n thly   hti'itipg h�� clubbed     his
mysttiies  will   1)0 clo..i od a^vny    niicl'iiPe lo i-ial e one  hi-t  hopeless hght
Uuit we vill undoistand much lotto   foi   his    h'e        The     lion  oonchoj,
than  now many   of  the  things     tliet j gatl.eied   himself   foi   a  spi ing,    nnd
baflle us      1  believe it quite pos-'iblo
th it we may not onlv bo able to te'I
what    Lhc     mo 1 row  will hung      but
Extiaoidmaiy   Palaces Which Ca-
ler to the Public "'
���-"Of tho many  fioak hotels scatteiod ���&l!cl1-   lemblo li.omoi 10s
tluoughoiit     ihe  woild,' one  01    tho
inost lomaikable may' ho for.id neai
Santa Oniz,  in   California,    foi'   tho
piopnetoi   has"disponscd��ii,ith-J . the
cost 01  building      an-d pays.no  lent
vvhatovei       The'    hotel  consists     01
nothing     moie 01   less  than a   inini-
bei   ol the leviathan'tioes  foi   which
Cilifonna    ,is     noted,    tho hngest,
mcastuing   Y23 met in, en cumie'ioneo,
having  Uvn f ttod up as a loeeption
100m, ,vtith cleclnc light and all  the
lmpiovcmenis    uiecos'saiy   to.    com-
foi t      The bodtooms,  smoking,    and
dlnuig-jooms aie fainishod  in   most
luxurious     fashion  and situated    1,1
tho  siiiio iiiilmg  tiees,   while    neigli-
hoting  t.ueks sholtoi   the hotel    employes      So populai     has     the hotel
become that hundreds of visitois .no
turned avav c\ciy wesk dunng    the
suni'iiei months*
Those who aio victims t0 somnambulism  would  do   well   to   shun     tho
balloon    hotel      at     E'senbeig,
Suit, ei land,    foi      n is situated
cloudland,      1,000      feet     above
eaith   , twenty visitois can  be
commodaled     at one tunc,   and
taken  up  to  tie, hotel by a  balloon
fiom a    station bolovv       The     hotel
is suppoited by eight laigo balloons,
vi.uch    ate penodically   low cod     to
tho caith 101 lechaiging, aild, as can
be imagined,   the  view   of  the     s,"i-
sots  obtained  110m such an altitude
has  pi overt highly  lomunciati.c     10
Ihe piopnotoi
Neai Poidun, on the south coast,01
Trance, theio is a subniaiino hotel,
wJiich atliacts'laigo
oveiy suuniai The building is- of
slccl on concietc foundations, and
has been fitted vvilK Luge plate glass-
nndovs, liom which the gi.csl-7may
look upon the beauties of submai 1110
life at a depth of six inthoins Hlab-
oialo naehnieiv nl tho suifaco
pumps soa ah to those unmuied bo-
low,  and    at  tho   same time   dnvos
'one fatal day, when ho asked Iho
I young latlv and hoi motliei lo, tea,
land snowed hei the ichc ho had been
I faithful to foi hfteep veais,' and told
j hei ils'sloiv Tho gnl tin nod ,w hi to
I and leit si 01 tl v utei wants- Mcxt
day si c wiotc and deelaicd that sho
I should not rial 1 v a man who had
in his li.0
An angiy falhci and a dvo vat bo-
tvvoon thenf put a sudden stop to thc
couitsnip of Wilficd Gait Tt * was
tho daug'itci of a rianufacttiici that
this ^gentleman honoiod with-his attentions, , but thc fAlhci had highoi
lvattimonial v.ov s foi'-lus daiigh.ter,
and.vvaincd v'oung Ga't' ofl his plo--
mi'cs i One evening ho caught thc
indent suito' 'plead-ng his'c.itne
tl lough'aii open .windoiy ' He ""made
a ^ush foi him -Call ran, md
woiPd have got safely away lull loi^
the unseen'dye vntr'that v.ivined in
1 is path Into this ho piungod hoid-
lonq His puisuoi -fisliodt-him out
and led him back to tho house 111 a
half dioTii.-d condition As ho elite ed the voting lady1 mot bin, and
n.'lei a moments stieggle give way
to a '
'II 0 luckless swain was .1 lovely blue
fiom head lo foot���face, clothes,
boots and all He had to spend the
njxt three weels 111 seclusion, endeavoring, with the aid of soap of
vaiiotis biands to rcstoio his nana a! complexion .But his dignity
v as beyond soap Ho novei called
It is a gioat mistake lo bo too dig-
nidcrl 'lhc stuTncss and solemnity
01 a young clerk in.a. hank ve.c a
sta.iumg temptat'on to hisi gav   and
shoit while before his tragic death
what his ideas weie- regarding ^education :- XTo leplied ^ "I^wlis educated,
at lho! Municipal,College 'at Aiv and
thcyLycee St /Louis in Pans- I lost
my fathenvvhen I was quite young,
and as my mother was veiy weak iii
hot-attitudestonfii-ds-mo~l was able
to develop 111 my own way I did
not Jeainyo load until I'-vVa's eight
yeais old ,1 may sJV that T ech.-
ratod myself, and I think ���that is the
bps-t way 1 do n'ot bolievq in scnool
education "
Di 1'cicival, tl)c piosent Bishop of
Hcicfoid, is ia staunch teetotaler,
and ��� in connection with his woll-
1-. 11 own views on the subject many
good stones' ' aie 1 elated Massing
tlnough an English town noted fo"r
Us , biow cues, tho doctoi noticed
that many signs of mourning were
.lpp.uont Stoppings pcacs/Uiaii the
bishoj) ' asked "Why is the Hag
half-mast high*';' ,"Becaase," , was
the leply, "the bieivci's wi'fc. is
dead " 'Ah, how sad'" answeicd
Di Peicival, ' adding, as he gazed
lound him,'"and 1 See that the bai-
lcls,'1 loo, aie in t.eis ", p ��
, The King 01 Poitugal and"11 is ffamily aie iveJl clow tied with Cliustmn
natne-s ' Cailos 1 jiosisossos no fow-
oi than Uuiti-ci, the additional
twelve being-Ferdinand Louis Mane
Vietoi( Michel Raphael C.obiiel Gon-
/ague A'avici' riancois' d'Assise
���losopn Simon His eldest son po -"
'esses seventeen,- ton 01 them being
the same as Ins fathei 's,* and tlie
sccona '���on, Manuel, a'so dms' thn-
teen ' 'Tie longest stung ot'names,
hoiievci, is ' boinc by the youngei
biothei cf the King, ho has no few-
ci than In en ly-two' 'I ho^JCmg-and
Queen Jof 1 Poi tugal Dotl7 coiebiato
then   bnthdays on the same tl.iv   j
Monclik, King 01 Aby/^jiiiia, is 'one
of Ihe most daiing hunteis of big
gim-e ,among ^ his intiepid tribe
Tho'c who aie" acquainted" with Ills
i.Iaicsty have noticed l.f-cIiainond ^-ol-
itanc can ing'which adorns iho lobe
01 his lelt eai This piece 01 to r-
obv signifcs that'the v.earor has
I'i Hod an elephant and-19 also of
Ilo>al biith It'is a notable fact
I hat in Abj isnua 110110 but those
who aie 1 elated to, the monai ch'   aie
' ���> '���t-f--"Is
. -1,    u* i
If.' i ��"���
n'  .
���M  1    \-    .
���*r      JEEUSAIXX.' ,""    '
i>    =7        ,    '   ,'"\ ,   i,r_        '7
Believed .to Bo *"hs.Site..of Gezer���
1    Place     oit -Human  Saciifice    I
Located.' r. " ���- ;    v
1 j .���" ���
Tho  qiiarteily .statement'    of     th�� .,
BiUish*- Palestine   Kaplurauon   Fiufa '
has     a paper     by Pifli  j^lacAIi^ter.
'.vhich    mark's     almost     a    new de-j
pai'tuic 111   "Palestine " archaeology.,)'
It,   ^describes .excavations,    at    'J'el-1
loljozaii 'on  the '   right-01..tho'road
fiom JalTa vto Jerusalem    .The site
was identified as Gefti, the Canaan-''
He.   city,     ihe King and people    oi
which were slam by Joshua  *
/ Tho excavation revealcd'ioui  <=-eiie-=
of ancient w alls]r and  four lajers   -oi y
sliata,      which/"   putting  aside 'the '
buildings      oi  latei , date,   maik   ih��
site of the city as roccup)ed'"by. four    tl
difloio'it ' sols  oft inhabitants iA The
first and second Jayei s were not   Jkl-   ���
ways     di/jtinguishabio . ThereJ, ,wor��
thice   , unhewn    moiio'liths'fourteen'   '
foet h'gh with smaller ones between,.f
and  , undei   an     adjoining ,p'avemt;nt 7,
y-pc jars    containing   , the- charrea '
bones of (imants,  winch would   =e%ai'l>
to indicate f   that'it was a placc'Aof, *"
sacnlice,    ^where      c,hildienrtt passed
tlnough'the fire      ""'     -
Two- caves' -weie d:sco\ei-_d
dating from the first ot  second
vvas 10 by S yards  an'1  was^coveiotli''
vi ih fa layer, "soifotunes, a" foot 'docp,^r
01 human     ���i'sV!<*i    ard bones"" which
often had been nnperiocely. cons,imed
Pi of   MacAhster  believes, that     the-
cavo it=eli was a crematoi v. and that
a latoi.iace, y��drably ihat   "oft th's- ,'
tnncl city,      used it 101   the niliuma-,
lion 01 bodiesAv.inch  weie deposited'v
in a ciouching posntie ,    . /JA    ,..
Ihe other "   cave,   vviiirh w.is,'   bell
"haped, had been used as'a cist . by***"
the-y   occupants  of ,   tlie-foiuth ,ancL
latest     city, but     it contained    six
skeletons    Five     pettons had   ' heoni.
buncd    Ths     si.xth  w.is.'the,   upper j.;.
hali 01 -a gnl  v.-ho had been cut   un y.1
If. /<
- '������,,,..
-'i *
.One ",
city A
- m
I -(
pciiuittcd  to  wear gold in anv formit,rt> Wltl* a saw, indicating "that she
���thov m.iv deck thcmsclveSfWith dm-i'11!!. '-oen    ""a liuman   saenfice .Th'is
moiids and othei pioeious stones, but
tho jewels must'not bo sot on gold
'The penalty foi   um mgenmnt of this
law is,death by decapitation
'Mi Stanley Spencoi the fust man
to ci oss London m an ay-ship, holds
many'othei I illooning'iccords, or
which the public know httic The
highest ascent ovoi made by . an
aeioiiaul 4, 111 this countiy was ac-
(omplishod by Mi Spcnecr fiom tho,
Oivstal' P.ilaeo lust four yeais ago*
Aeeompan.od by Di Boison, the scientist, tho* balloonist *on that, occasion-had seated to a* height of 20,-
OOOfeot, when the occupants of the
cai *wcio aeaily choked and'began
gasping foi bicalh IIl Betson
luippilv, can ied with him a tube   of
idea was confirmed by ihe finding of";
iho1 -.decapitated heads of uwo girls.'
of about the same age at the mouth
of'tho cave     y   v, ,
The    bones     and Uio pottery lelics   '
discoverccl make  it  possible 10     assign histbncal   positions to   iho successive occupants  of   the city       The- *'
order     lace was- *"' slcndci and short,I
none  of      them  eveeeding   67  inches
and most 01 thorn only ^0<i inches* m *
height;y The skulls vreie thick   ,.in'l��
heavy and Resembled thoso  -of,' the!
eailiest -occupants  of  Eiropo in  iho
neolithic ago , Tney weie certainly* a\Y
pro-Semitic iace
- The uncremated    ,ier.iams  o."     tho^
inhabitants of the thud and pei hap*
the      -       ��� -
"  -4JL
nwny the inipuic .111  tlnough diaitqliL  "-taH'Cd away
tubes     It wiio 111 this hotel that the   "'<��� of bun
famous novelist    Richclbouig penned
-���Oirc of his most  ll.iilling loinamos
v. hon taking  his annual  /light   fi 0111
ihe bustle   and noise of the   I iciicli
Another extiaoi dinuy hotel is
that in the -=*cwcis ol Pans, immediately below- thc Chinch of St Madeleine      It    was      Inn 11 and is     con-
I.11 kv sweetheart to "t..ko <\ 1 ,se out
of hm   " "" ,
One d.-y the two made an expedition to .1 wishing well which lies not
fai I'-om then home Ho stooped
sillily to fill thc cup As ho did so
the gnl yielded to an almost incsis-
Uolo temptation, and gave him. a
tiny push ITo lost lus balance and
loppled 111 It',vvas only thice feet
deep, and the only things hint weie
the young man's- lint and his pi ulc
Ho slowly picked lnnisc'i up, lammed
his chipping slin-.v upon his ho id,
and, without a v.01 d 01 .1 mouioit
to    listen     to     the girl's apologies,
'Iho death of a lemaikablc man is
lopoitcd item Petoihead, Scotland
This is John Davidson, a coopci,
who in Joss than Unity yeais was
insti tmicntal in saving o1 ei a bundled lives fiom di owning His first
rescue was made at the eailv age of
lifteon, when he plunged into a toi-
iii.c sea and <=afely, biought to shoio
a young follow who had been literally blown ovciboaid fiom a s-maek
that was cndc.ivoiiug to make Petei-
hoao luiboi Ho was a magnificent,
sn iimnei, but his numaiou^* seli-sac-
iilicmg elicits told on h.s conslitu-
lion and ho ultimately died of con-
ges'ion of tl 0 lungs He was thc
posscs.o. of live medals from tho
Boai d of Ti a e and Royal Humane
Socielv, I csidcs inimcious tc-ti-
���. ^  ,
Indian Rajahs Would Send Troops
to   Somaliland
��� 1 ��"�����! fourth city shows that they-
eempiossed oxygen fastened to the Weio tailei, the average heigh; being
eai, and by inhaling this oxygen Mi   j 6S    lnche<,     v}nlc     s of  them
Spcneoi   and his comp.uiion  vve.o en-  tcached Tl'   They    vyoi^o also     moro
ut��nU * St!��"sl-"b"llt*      lhojr     faces      wer&
LL "   ' longei, then      noses more pi eminent.
and their skulls more cncular They
piohably belonged to the earliest-
wave of Semitic unmigiation
The [lottery of the earliest iace
was coar-e and rude, but that of iho
latei was of betlei shape ICeither-
confoiins to the Raryptian or Phoenician designs s- The jars wore or
wrought stone and c,
were  found    Ihe   nrc-Somitic  people-'
who  buincd  their'dead ^wcie  notAic-
.ith  metal    Those     who
I'd hajis sho was well
thai to -ome degtec nt least,
111.1v he able to contiol it At
'out hivievei the old wife in
eotiutiv    the1 wi-eane in  town
tho   ���L.ove'iiimcnt
iitailv   on  a  pen
"ell ni .-��� 'leap 'Ihe cxpandinq hul
let's oh-tl on tho blood vc-iiels han
iiiacl..- 11-eli felt 1.1=1 in the nick of
lime and not a tench of .1 second
too soon V.iih his last sticngth the
beautiitil (reafnio still facing the
hupto-     feni le��-s|v      (bagged   him'c'f
oh'ttvei   ai 0   piotty
'I I 0 trie-t of flowet s is candor ���
1! leino
One golden day lecleeins a we.uv
yeai - Lelia TIui-1 lei
Coiiimon 'oii^e is ni'tiiiet, and enough  of it is genius--H   IV   Shaw
Tho     jiusfui tunes (hut too luiidest
to boa 1  ate lliciso thai never happen
He who believes in nobody kiioWC.
VIuifc lie hliosc.lf is not to bo' -tru'st-
The highest ox'crciso of charity is
charity towards the uncharitable'. ���
Siiporiority to circtiinstaQC.cs i.i ono
of liio most prominent clmrnctorisj-
tics of great men.���Horace Mnnti.
Seli'-latidatlonyaiiotnids among tho
iinpnllr.hod; butynoUiiiijgjiui Stiffiqi'a
finfi'-i nioro sharply rtsTTT-brotl. ��� Biix-
Clicerfiiliioss In like money well ox-
pomlcil, in charity; the nioro wo tlls-
v'fiiino of it, the greater our por.scs-
fc'icin.���Victor ITttgo.
(ov.aid   some  luj-h   glass       On      Hie
wev a  big r'gio ti U'd lo speai   bun
Tiving    though      ho was.   the. lion,
with a mourn a- if ho woe fanning
a flv aw-py stiutk his assailant     0110
light pat���it could  luirdlv ho    called
a blow      TIipl  pat nppcil ofl all tho
I lie4!!  01   the  man's  leg nom  the up-
1 pt'i   thigh      lo     thc luce       Willi 0110
1 las(  nar of dolantc the tawny fighl-
|ct   won the glass      Later 1 lioy found
I him fai  awav, dead  neai   the foot of
the mountains, towaid which he had
crawled despite his terrible injuries.
Tlie other two lions were hot found.
'"'���7...  .TITF; WOUNDED MEN
wore taken ,lo camp and' Sft-vctf only
by tho'expenditure of all .tlio'remedies carried by the. expedition.
* A month* later some of tho blacks
of the party appeared in camp and
reported that a leopard had been
ffCeti by them lying in wait for thorn
at a water hole. Peters and Bloeck-
or started at'.once. Bloeckcj. Iiad
his ride. Pctc'ra shoulcij to 'his servant to follow with ��� Sun. The water hole was only a few yards away.
Before Dr. Peters -drcamc-d that ho
was anywliora War the sjiimal    .Uts
duded solely 101 the benefit of tho
sevoi v^oikois JSeeily a hundied
meals aie piovided cvety day, and
foi Ihe sum ot V2 ti a man "can bo
conuoi tably housed and foJ foi a
week in this gigantic chain pipe
Ve:y simil.u is thc hold vluch
cateis 101 visitois to tho coal mine
of St Piene at irons It is to be
fo.aid al tho bottom of tho i-nee,
(.00 loot below the ea'th and is
caned on1 ot solid coal The elccli ic light on the glutei ing hluck
wa'Is, which have been left unpajci-
etl, is cxtiemely cftective Piigo tc-
ccption and bod 100ms splendidly fitted up aie piovic'ed, and tho hotel
even boasts thc hixitiv ot 11 sv miming bath, which is kept supplied
with w.ttti by a sisbmai 111c 'pong
Some 1,200 guests Pert on cxploi-
ing tho eaveins   which inn foi  a clis-
Notes   of   Inteiost     About
Pionnnent  PooijIc.
Iho Shah of I'er'-ui has 111010 haul
'cash put1 by than any oilier So1 tiie ign      In  his palace .-it   'loheiau  the
(amc late: and whdbut ied then tioad^
had good we.11 ons of coppoi and*
Uonze This is 1 eaia--kable, as cremation in waster,". Em ope came m
with the Bion^e e-a l
The ��ile of Ge7cr was therefore-
first inhabited by an abongmal iace
of Palestine, neolithic people who
ciematcd'their dead, and next by a.
pnmilivo Semitic iace in the.Copocr
ace, both practising human sacrifice
Then theie weie two latei Semitic
Ficsh pi oof of the sticngth of ties ,0,CCUI ?u'��',s' the ^o'1'^ mditaling
of Impel itilism is found  by tne Lon-   .,'^L T��^ V'a'5 n��l 'CSS     t"l'a"
don moss    111     iho     otTtis of native y'!""    Jp',is 3* c
chiefs in India to "end tioops to aid | ��thcr rcU" Pi"��^d that thee was
the Uiitith 111 resisting the -Mad Mul-' rommI""c'Atl0n ""'*-" KSr.vPt, and ona
lah 111 Son.aliJand Even mote sig-,clav cylinder indicates theie was di-
inlic.int     is (he pioposal of the .Mai.-   lect 01   n'dirctt tiadc v ith Babylon.
Helped   a Distinguished     Novelist
Who  Had Fallen Iii.
i      ol  Kings"   is  supposed      to
no less a sum  than ViO.OOO,-
Jlem v
living his a weaknesi
j foi tea lie likes to hie.v it luii-
I sell, and nevei li.ivels anv Jong distance without taking A full tea
oqiiipincnt vvilh him fan llom v's
livoutc biancl is mi expensive China
I tea
j    Tho      Bill i<h  Pi nil"  iUunslu      has
piobahly   dcliveied inoie speeches    in
.1  single cl.iv  th in any othei      public
j man      Sonic     time  ago ho deliveicd
.six      speeches  btfoie as many   public
. ineel inps     within    twelve hotns      As
each  of the meetings was held   with
a dislindly clitTeient end in view, he.
task v ..s not  by anv  means an easy
t ne
I'i intes  Sl'phaiiie   (Ooimteis   T.on-
yav)   is  by    no      means pool   foi      a
stiotch   out
tanco  of live miles  luidotgiountl,   hg-|(b niheulerl  daiighlei
tiro on  the books".is  hiiving     visiled   has n  pnvilc foitutie
the hotel last yeai    ��� Loudon     An
swei s
said  the spell-
ruzEn for rnn jiojient
""Ail! you allow me to ask you
a question?" intoi nipled a innn in
the aiidicneo
"Cei tni'ily ,      sn
Vou have been giving us n. lot of
hginoi about limnigi ation, inciease
in wealth, the giovvth ot tiusts, and
all that," said the man "Loi's --e'0
what vou know about figiucs yom-
jolf How do you hud Ihe gtoatest
coiiiiiion divisoi?"
Slovvlv unci dflihoialely the oiatoi
Look a dunk of vvatoi
Then ho pointed his finger sti.iight
at the questioner. Lightning flashed from his eyes, and ho replied in
a voice that made thc gas jets quiver: ��������� ' y  ,���.
"Advertise for it, you ignoramus!" .:,
The au'dioncc checro'd, and yelled,
and stamped, and. tho wretched man
that had asked the question, sneaked out of the hall, a total wreck.
> Two hundred and twenty-seven different insects have been classified,
which feed ou the sugar cane,    y
/The King i.s the first Britisli, monarch to pluy golf since the,, days',-, of
J tunes II.
Hei hi sii.intl
whilst sho elite's an allowance of r-i."0 000 a veru
ft 0111 the Kmpeioi of Austi in and of
$1:2,500 fiom ho fa( hei, the lallir
being a poition ol hot clowiv which'
King Leopold uas unable l;o �� illicit 11 w with the icsL v\lien thc ( s-
tiangeiiicni oeciuied
iMi Chnilcs Hcniy Gihhs is nn o(h-
oal who can chum (he disl itietion of
having tho snuillesl sahuv 01 ,iny
in.iti jii tho sctvuo of the Unile-I
St.ttts (iovcirii'icnl���a chsl nictioii,
pei haps, not veiy highly npiutoat-
��� ed fie is thckiepei ol ,1 lighthouse
at NaiittKket h.11 hoi, and leeiivit a
leiiuinei ation of 5.1 a yt-.u llow-
eiel, the light is ncvci used 111 this
pin ticiilui lighthouse and, though
Mw (libbs litis to live thoie, he bus
no woik lo dp, bill 153 allowed to
keep hens and breed cats for a livelihood.     ,7
It is not generally known thai ono
of tho , finest workers in'embroidery
is tho 'Grand Duke of Hesse. Ho has
designed and worked some of the
most elaborate altar-cloths, and his
needlework and upholstery aro also
remarkable. He is a composer of originality, and an exquisite exponent
on tho pianoforte*. In'contrast: to
the Gi-aiidyDuko's somewhat effeminate ��� 'iiccoinplislijner.ts tho Grand
Duchess ''delights instil manly sports,
I is a wonderfully daring rjclor, and
drives four-in-hand and tctjxlciu rjith
j considerable akill, '���''."'
I..',Tlio laic Einilc Zola was asked   a;
Jia ah of Bthanoi to sjnei" his cnttie
camel coips. the I.tic-t 111 tho 1woild,
to co-opoiate with the imperial sei-
vite tioops 0)1 Lho Aden fi outlet, in I-
Iho event 01 .1 continuance o." the ,
Tiukish i.io-iilautios 111 that jini t j Added to tho ot.-iei vntucs of the
of the Aiabian pcnmsiila Tlus nc..v r���mc Ministfi of England*" 19
gieat nabob is a Mohammedan, and consideration for the loa?t of those
as such ol cis iclicpous lovci.iice to who ask his help Mi Justin Mc-
tne Caliph But Ins suggestion in-, Carthy tells astoiv of Mr Balfour'
dicalcs that lie di-ci luunatas be-ueadiiiess to
tweon  the duty to  Abdal Humid    as  n md
tho fat hoi 01 lho faithful and Abdul 1 'l v o 01 lluee veais ago Mr Mc-
Ilainid as the Sultan of Turkey Cariliv Itauied  that .m^Eiiglish wo-
\\hat 111010 convincing pi001 could (man iiho had won distinction as a
Inoc bo of the piipulaiitv ot British noveb-t had lallen ill, and was snf-
adiiiinistivtion of Simla," asi.s one ,-u mg ,-nm the poveitv that follow-'
of the English administratior. sheets ;c,i ],c, mabilitv to continue her lil-
than this ohci of the potentates 10 jciarv work '.Some of hei 11 lends
lake Lhen shai e in suiipoi Ling lhc , tiiouediL that she should be assisted
Impoi ial s^stein who'-o bleestngs they 1)v .t depai uncut of the state, and
enjoy' U is a sli.k.ng u.butc 10 ,ppllcd to Mr MoCai thv, who is
lho ic-oiuihloness and Undness 01 both m..,i of letter- and politician.
Lend Cui/ons methods- And ��o to I.miiit the mattei before thc pro-
mav now  believe that I.o*(i  Iviichen- | r,,r a���tho"tics
01, upon whom ' rs dev-lved the' There is "a imall fund at the <i:-
tesk of eonsolidati'ig the i.niit.irv ic-I,���,��,���! of thp jint,sh CJoveinment fir
souiccs 01 luc-ia, -ill e-tablish n-la- tJ)c rc.IlPI of llterarv pCi-ons 1:1 dio-
,1011s with  the native in. tcs     nh-e-h - tlc-,    .lhp Junf, ]s ^  t])L, contlo,   of
will advan..- tloco.-ldei.ee .l":.""'^ the fust, LOIt| of the* 'J icnsi.rv This-
iil.il.iishfd   .iiiu*o.i'"lv   ' ()fil((,  Afl     3M]foil|.  ,,C]J   aL  t,,"e  tl,nc,
(.it.it stie-s is httd at Cie N.irl.,,,,. Ilo.tK nov.
O-.itc iijion this alfluclc of the In-, u wns t ���htI1 -nn-iand was Indian pnnees, Bi al-.n in ..nd ynluzm-, t!lQ Ino,t tIlslI..,aing ror.od of the
inednii bet ni-e, ... I ho S01.1.1I1I..IKI South African Mai. and Mr MeCai-
.in-1 Allen nlTaii-i bent upon the -e-,t!1v ,<>mcc| that au ofi-.eial who must
1'ti itv ot   lhc  Sun/ C.inui,  it   is     ev 1-   ,)a,0 b.(,t]    ,,,,���,���.���  ,nn.n   ,ughts     of
dent the N.i.inhs and Mahai aj.ihs arc
nltie lo the importance of piofrt-
ing thai w.iter.'.ay against ,11 v de-
velopmonl-, (hnt inigla uiteiiupt fiet-
(luiii of coiiiniiiii.cation by "he Afe li-
Ict nil'. 111 iout( I ( li.een the Rngli-'i
( h ii'iicl .-n i the Indian Ocean "Wc
had pleasant -iupii-<s ftom India
c'uung the lliwr V, u," remarks
London Aloining Post * hul this
Lho iiu-1   agiiciluo 01  all "
iiVi'm nony di,r i"M)i:r
' T lint will of Icnki is was a
-hailv piece ol   busi'ic-s "
' fmliOCl'"
"Ve-, he leaves only ti family
i"l    pa"sn*g  inn
' s|ciplc��--ncss* in the inid-t of evct
fiesh r.cv.s of disaster and mi-lfap
would not ho able to attend to such
.1 -rii")l     matter  as  the  lebcf  of an
1 ind.vidua! It would have 1 <*en na-
tii' il   fo'   the  overworked   sLate=rnan
,to hand 1'ie c.e-c ovoi to soen' minor
o'ho.i!, who would allow it to conw
to a '-landstill immovably entangled
in the' ted tripe of potty loiiune But
in -pile of his lack of hope ho wrote
to Mr   Dal lot'1
He���"1 suppose you think I'm acting like a fool." She���^"N'o, indeed.
I ienow , bettor than that." Ho���
"You do?"- She���"Yes. I know the
difference between acting and the
real thing."
"A penny for your thoughts," s-nid
Miss Dit-hl. "Aw���aw, now, really,
I���X���" "Not worth a por.ny? Ah,
well, if I you think I'll ho cheated,
I'll withdraw the offer!"
'���'Teacher���"Johnny Sto.Vcs, how
many r.mko a million?" .lohwiy ������
".Very few of, di*? "j.rth. r-iiuiJi,"
faTvn:i;-. ni   ci:\"tc5iy strh-ce
Stokes now so picvalent. aie (om-
nionlv thought to be a nineteenth
centuiy piodtiction, but it is only
the name that'is modern. Their
power as wage raisers vvas tried nt
least us: far back ns the .sixteenth
century, for in'the Calendar of State
Paperu is a letter from Sir William
Fitz William to Mr. Secretary Crom-.
well co'.iitainirig thc statement 'that
"the worknifj at Dover- refused to
work except lar S'ixpcnc*: a day. Two
of the ringlp.'dcrs had boon nemo
time of the bl^r.k guard in the Icing's
kitchen." ' No floral imputation was
convey*.'! in c-jilling* thorn black
gitards; all tX^t was implied was
that they formal.'.* ^Tarded the pots,
pans and other. iiOsriSil-j of; Uio king.
It .was a much RWr g��tierhtl��a that
tu<*nol the term to gwirip^ww o{ iVouseg roliiloes���������'1  tOF PRECIPICES^^s?-  [icppci,  ������ssi^e'&i^&2^s>33������05ee������o������3s������������e^oese������aG������������ffl3?Baso''j������������o������a'a<^s������4  j      * i  CHAPTER V.  <0  '1*  How or'when I fell asleep I icould  -never     lemcmbei But    1 did ,fall  asleep '   Neither can I lemcmbei  how  -'long 1 slept,1   Tiom tho time that J  i throv    myself  despan mgly upon mv  brd  all  is hazy       1  can  neveiy  pio-  ciscly separate  thc vision  fiom     thc  reality  ,   1  will,  as l.tithfiiily as  lies  within    *my powei,  deenhet  he     u-  , main'mg     incidents    oi   llmi    tcinble  night in  ihe oidci   that, they   occui-  red...     ^ , J '  ' t i-       t-  Enst, the choam ������ . ���������  'TT was living back in the past 1  was standing at the 'window oi (he  boys' beoroom 1 was sun oundeil by  old faces -that had tlopai ted long  agb,  the moon was shining   bnghlly  ,Just on a level vvjihuny head,  wiiLlnng and twisting its coils 1 ound  one'of the piotuboiant blanches'' of  thc pear tiee, was a rod snake, but  although ilsq body was a" mass oi  moving coils, its  head' vvas  peifcctly  "motionless ��������� stiff and eioet as ft petrification, and^out oi it glaicd a pan  of cold, stony' cvosT that'hcld mine  with1 a hoi nolo fascination 1 ti ied  to  take away    my  ga/e fiom     them,  ���������but   thoy    held  mo with  a icsistlcss  powei      Without any peicoptible motion,  thoy   ihevv  neai pi   to, mv   'face,  until thov  glowed, like balls of'   fiic  Thc ic.il ily   " i    t    '  'l"i>wokc���������not vvilh a stai t, but I  slow lyA'i ose'up into a'sitting '"posture, as though an non lev ei , vvoik-  cd by'"spine hidden power, had ptoss-  od mo u'pwaid r   I could  fool that my  , eyes wcio wide open and staling ���������  my wholorbodv locked and i lgul  Upon the desk at'Lho foot of Lho  bed stood a lnino thc light of which  was sti ongly .intensified by a reflector* It's glaie fell upon a woman's  face * In an instant 1 itcogni/ed  Jud'th Portei She was atliied in  a  dress  of'iblnck  velvet,' niauc    higb  .up "to the tin oat. diaped behind,hoi  head )was  a cm tain  of  black  ve'vcl,  1 upon ���������wInch v as, as lL weie, tluoivn  in,powerful    . elict.hci   pale counlen-  l������.nc(?**!"and   leu  han       Like mv own  her   ."eituies    weie rigid as .those of  death   like mine,  hei,cvcs weie     unnaturally . dilated .and   fixed       Rut ,  oh.  then   expicssion,   oi   laLhor     ab-  jhcnre of expicssion1 Thoy -corned  dru'-ing mv ' soul out of mv body,  and absorbing it'm  (homselves    -  My next sensation was that I was  speaking ���������, answering questions of  what iiaiui'e I could not tell, ior the  answeis weio made-without anv volition ��������� on 'my pait thov seemed  (ira.vn by some occult milue.icc fiom  the most =caql i ecesoos of mv lnom-  oiy Bv and by all oonsciou-iii'ss  dose, ted me, , and I bcc.vue motionless  W'en I awoke, I was Iving uist es  1 had tin own mv-clf hal.'-di essed  upon the bed The dull lighi oi a  lo.-.e.ing siv out or which the i.un  was descending in loiienlc, vv.is upon mo      My  limbs  the subjects 'of the conveisalion A  uoition of il occasionally fell upon  my o.n  "He dotes on the giound she walks  on,"  J  heaid linn sav il i- sinful  to so lovo a ci eai in e oi dusL but  she,is a ti casino more pj'-uous than  gold "     v  ' Yes, she has always been a pious,  modestly behaved voung woman,"  ansvcied one of the tea ,eh inkci-,  .Mis llumphiiis,, m a mollilvui"  tone, "but what has become ot I hal  Mi Rodvvc.ll'' 1 thought tin io was  going  to   bo  a  match   thc'ic'" ,  "Could 1 ti list my piccious lamb  to that man ot sin'" ejaculated Lho  i ovoi end hfpon ito, in /a voice ot  pious honor 1 had hoped to Lm n  Ins he-ai U fi oir the n,ivb"oi Ihc-vvick-  oi], but 'it was cailous nnd unicgcnci-  al'e, and, finding that,, I bade him  go his vvavs, and told-him my child  was not foi  him " *  'The paity groancci .in nppioial of  this conduct , t  ' This 'young man," ho went' on,  evidently icfeii ing 'to n.o, has nothing���������neithei monev, uoi buth, noi  fi lords but, thanks Lo me he has,  godliness, and a humble' hoai L lh.it  lev oi ences those who have been good  lo linn And is not that f.u above  lhc nehos oi Llns wo/Id, which' inei  but as choss?"   .   ' >   "  "Yd ii little' vv oi Icily wealth is  nctess.uv to us while wu aie sojoum-  cis in this vale of Leais," ic'uiaikcd  Mrs ' 1 luiupli, ie-  Yes, veiily, hut a ci usL of biead  and a cup of witoi, nnd a piayoiiul  hearL, suIlK-oLh Lo feed Lhogodh,"  s'lti filed  Ihe pasloi '  Much moie was said in Lho ft same  sli am '  By and by Lho paity ion and we  wcte alone I and Judith sal sLill  nl Lho winnow, watching^ the augu-  l.i', gloomy-looking' figuios go down  the garden walk, picccdecl ,by I hen  hosL ,   * '  "Ah, n vou would alvvavs be to  inc as you have boon this evening1"  1 said (o her, gonllv laying my hand  upon hei s  She lepelled me vvilh a gcsLutc of  disdain ' Toot   idiot'"   sho  cilccl,  Willi a mocking laugh, "do you think  it was toi votir sake that I played  Lho fool to-nighf It was only to  thiovt dust sn the eves ol .those hv-  poci lies, and give a color to what  1 have to do Vou soo. I have no  set l els fiom my lovei," she went on,  with moii.eiiL.il ily nici easing nonv  'You iv ill nol he able to accuse me  hcreafloi of having deceived you My  candor lelievcs vou, loo, fi o.n lhc  tiouble of cate-ihopping You can  le.u n nothing fiesh fiom behind the  i hododendi on bash "  ' \ on know, thou, that'1" 1 began,  faintly  and  ncivoiisly  '1  do know that   and evetv -ec-iet  thought of I'oui  -oui " she lnteiiupl-  I heio is nothing  lhal  o  inmci,  it was a most ini-eiablo moi ning  l-'roui t'dgo lo edge of; tho hoi l/on  Lhc skv was one of unifoun ' leaden  hue, theie was a hue, soaking lain,'  thai binned and blotted to thc,cve  ovciy inoie distant obiccl. tho siitui-  ateil lice's, kept'up u constant cli p  chip, the,calyx- of eveiy flowei was  a iiiiiuluic lake, and on. Lho  point of cveiv leaf and blade of gias-s  quiveicd globule'- of vvat'ei Laige  pools lay in Lho giavcled path and  Lho oat Ih was soddened Not an insect of lhal teeming Julv month was  lo bo scon, noL a, bud, Lhcio wasf a  death-like silence in the a". "'s  though the 'voiv voice of Naliuo  weie (liovincd only lho pallei oi  the tain audi Iho shnciing of lho  ttoos as they ti ied to shako oil (he  cold weight of walci that oppiossed  them    .,   'J iichlllu chapel vvas chill and  gloon.v as a :aulL, and the damp al-  mospheie clung upon ovoiv object,  dimming the windows and half-  veiling' the cold gi.iy light that  sli uggled  thi ouch them  Tlio ceieinonv, accoiding to the  tends of these people, commenced,  and as ,1 look hei hand 1 looked at  Judith foi the fiist Linio Lhal moui-  liio She seemed unconscious of( mv  giante Hei face was de.ithlv pale,  and voiy i igid/.liko ono who had  noi veil heisell Lo a lei tiblc,und nc-  pulsivo task, as indeed she had The  touch ol ,mv hand awoke hei from  hei 101 one Sho shuildei ed, .Jiul 1  though lhcio was less h u clucss and  stoin m hei maniioi as vv oil 1 might"  for hoi   tc.us weie falling  fast   ,-'  Mi Poi tor atso was not quite himself, lo scon.od agitated and- noi v-  ous 'I o my moi bid lantv his puiy-  eis sounded like a -civico foi tho  dead .At last, it was all ovoi Tho  whole pailv was galhoiert neai the  ilooi piepaialoiv to leaving JucnLli  .md hei fathci had gone into a little loom- that stood neai tho cn-  tuuieo, wheio she had loll hei_vvijr  pugs L was Lhc last JMoochlv I  was following 1 ho lesl, when mv  ove-s happened lo fall upon a small  gliltcting obicct It vvas a golden  locket "in picking il up, mv hngei  ptc&scd Lhc spt ing and opened it  What a tin ill um tlnough mo1 It  contained the poiliatl of a gnl  o! aboul fourteen IL was,i iaco,  of a child and mv membiy sli uggled  ,f.i-  [911 ,  J     4|ft  ,#".  iti  At  ,?*#��������� '  A  m     i  fit  ������������������ ,.,���������       ..,   ���������  . cic nitinbod williiot',  fie.ecly  (old    and  lli.io  vvas  a  da/ed   feeling ;vou  tan  conceal  liom   me       I     ha.  in   ui-.   head,    as   Lho'igh   1  had     ic- j but   to   isk,  and  vou  must  nii-u'ei^  ed     a   violent    blow       "'"      '    '""' '"'     "' '  eeive-d a violent, u'on Tho (nsL  idea that ��������� ose upon.mv istupoiaclion  v as lho lciiiembi jnce of tho-e Lei-  r'b'c eye- and 1 lrohod lound c\-  p. cling to eneounloi U'l'it ga/o fiom  ���������o ao to. noi of the loom 1 lo'ind  iiy-c'l alone and'vv ith onlv the old  fanul'..! obiecls alio'it mo  It  mu=t have  he;n a lone  U.ie     I  I shudC'oicd, buL could not speal  "Now nsleu to inc SPas Cnis-  ton oi vihatoici voiu name may be  Vou have made me dunk mv dogi.i-  tl.il inn Lo its hiLLeiest tli op My lathe asked vou Lo make nw youi  n lie���������onlv as i lasL dospeiatc i e-  so'iico il is Li uo ��������� but vou would  rot  have  known  lhal,   had  vou    noL  to place it,  as it was stiangcly  mili.li  Who had di oppod il, oi how had  il come heie? ,  Pulling it iu mv.poikel I lesolv-  ed to carefully note any poison-who  should appeal to oi speak of having  lost anything  'lho cabs conveyed us homo again,  .and"* the dinnei vvas waiting Towaid evening Lbo company dispersed, hut no poison spoke of a loss,  and tho mysLoiy of the locket .ie-  niaiiied i .ii lnseiulable mysleiy. I  would not make anv liuiuiiios foi  the ovv nei, as 1 had lcsolvod not to  pait with 'I -l hugged-il as a ti ea-  siuc, and somehow amidst the  ti-i-civ of that day, it fell upon my  heal L hie a gleam,ol  hope  Jt was one oi those sli ange, inexplicable instincts that dely tlie an-  aivsis ol leason and aie vol ovoi  li'oie unci ling than leason i1-elf  Mlule ivaitinc, at table, Mai tha  coatnvod to slip a piece of papoi into my hand Mv lingms lnstineLively  t't.isied it Out visiLois had gone  Judith had i oluocl "to'hei i oom to  change hei chess, and Mi Toi Lei  was in Lhc bloic-iooni gelling an-  oLhei boLLlo of biandv. I soi/cd Lho  opuoiluniLv to examine the papei ft  wa* a note but wtiLLcn in a scim"!  almost lllegibl"      H i.tii thus  ' This is my last dav heie I leave  to-moiiow   n-oi 11111*4       Always   Lo    bo  think, befoic tho powei ot thouc,nt. pl.-votl the sneaking spv and vou ie-  came'b^ck to me. 1 neu I u ie 1 to ' fused mo���������vou, a base-boi n pitifu-  persuade  mvsel.   that ..11   L  is was a  d'-eain, ���������"������������������eciideiec! bv mv own fens  My visitant, oi <-upposi d vsiiaut  lie'(1  loft no ti.ico  behind  lu'i       oveiv  "% -i'5S'*a'^<!:<5*f.������=������<a*;^<5������������������!:<������������'"--'Se^  - "iry dear Amelia, 1 wish you  would tiy and bo a little moie genteel "  Mrs John Burton glanced at uhci  husband, and, sighing impatiently,  Kill hei noodle tlnough Lhc sock (she  was mending into lioi hngei, bill she  said 'rc^llunc, Indeed,j thcior woio  times when sho leal'y had nothing  (o sav ' i *" '  -Mis BuiLon, tho youngest and  um est i(laughtoi of tho local gicon-  gioeei, had lalelv'mai i ied All- John  'Hui ton L foi moi, head footma'n and  pie-cm* buLlei   lo Loi,d  ration  Whelhei tlie honoi eoniei icd'iipon  hei husband 'had completely ovoi-  powoicd her'.ilic.idy meek &])uit, or  whelhei his continu.il, icmindcF  that he liad nut i ied beneath him depressed her, 1 do not l.now but,  vv'hoieivs Amelia Builon had loimeily  been 7 the life and soul of Lhc Utile  shop al home, she was now, although  only a Cude| of si.x weeks' standing,  .i*vciv mook'little pei son'indeed  Mi Bui ton, although in seivieo  found lime lo pay not onlv pei lotb-  cn-I, 'but ficaucnl visiLs lo     his homo  "You tlon I seem voiy busv," said  his wife, tiymg to tuin lho conversation ' '  Biiay'" ho lopealed conLeniptu-  ously, "I'm novoi j busy 11 ain't  mi. place Lo bo busy, Amelia when  Hide's* Unco nuclei mc,Lo do tho  vvoik"^  "Tin 00������ Lot', John1" ejaculated  his  vv lfe "      '     i  ���������>  < * *,       -    .  "Don t -ay 'loi,' iL's vulgai"' cor-  teclcd' hoi husband, whose niannei s  and voice weie supoiior.  (,  "Vol v jV.oll,   John "  Mis BuiLon had lately* got into  (ho habit of saying, 'voiy;well,  John," but sho nc-vci llieless deoiily  lc-enied being  snubbed  Fancy  mo  busy,"   continued     Mi  Bui ton   loftily   "     Whv  all' lhc    time  T'vc  bin  a  bullei 'i   (iL    was  neai ly  tineo  months    since  his piomolion),,  1'to nevci once notionce. so much  as put a bit oi coal on Lhc diaw-  nig-iooiii hie "  Mis Builon, niLciit upon an un-  usuallv huge hole in hei husband's  socks, appaienLly caught onlv- Lhc  jvoul coal She laid the sock down  foi a moment "That loiiiinds me,  John lust fill up Hint ���������scutllo foi  me    vv ill vou'"  Thc "biillci iosc "Weil, 1 musL  ically'go " Ho p uised again a moment and looked down at his wife,  whose pi city face was puckeied mlo  a fiovvn ovei his snek", and whose  plain chab-coloiod blouse doti acted  as much as possible fiom hei fiesh  good  looks ,  "r do wish vou'rt try and be moio  genteel, Amelia," ho said soveicly  "IL's such a pity you am'L mixed  moie m soncty You've no idea ot  Lhc good il would do you and Lho  manneis you'd gel Why, only yes-  Loul.tv Miss Blown, the Duchess oi  Al Ion's maul, who is slaying at oui  place, lold mo v hal she thought ot  maiine'ts "Talk of supei leu manneis.  Mi Bui ton,' she said 'I nov ei saw  manneis like vouis whv they'd lake  you anywheic, thoy would c.u'iy you  thiough a ducal 'all oi a Royal palace And tho way you dio&s, well, 1  nevoi saw aiivthing moie in good  taste than youi clothes ��������� those j  woio hoi veiy vvoids Aie you listening Amelia-'" he aeidod shaiply,  as  his  wife  took  a gaimcut  out    of  "Do'you  know,  J'm not sine,that  l.iLhei- \tslv mai riagcyof, liiine ,'asn't  boon a mistake'"       "' . c       ,  "Aie    you      afraid  sho's too good  foi t   you,     John'"    asked his aunt  "Nev-ei  mind, lad,-a mini ollen am't  good enough foi   the girl r'e'man ifs  You  must  liy and impiovo yoiuself,  that's all " ' '  Mr    Dm Ion's face flushed      "t was  thinkin'     uithei   Lhc oliiei'w.iy on,"  he  said   "liflly       "Amelia's  'anlly���������"  '"Aidly vvhaf"  "\\oll', 'ai'dly gonletl ouougn. You  see, "'ci fallici is i alhoi a i oughor  soil than J'm used to, and, well ���������  Amelia's ways ain't- got,the polish  on 'cm Lhat I'm used lo now, and J  think phaps���������-" Ho hesitated, and  added modestly-, "l"iaps I'd a done  hetlei to choose soineono moie m  mv own,station in life Don t you  think so aunt'" , '  ��������� ' Al> cleai lid," said his foslct-mo-  llicr knidly," vou lake n.y advice  and (hop Ihcso oily ways���������and don't  vou talk about 'Mclia not bcin' good  enough foi you, and geulccl enough  loi yoii.-bcCcUisc, .'is l.u a's Hint goes,  she's a ""sight more genteel 1  shouldn't 'avo lold vou what  1  novci  ivo told .you, only I don't'like 'to  soe tho child lookm' liiisciablc," and  eiyui' because sho ain't good enough foi vou, and "so I'm ������,oing to  toll vou 7    , 9   ,     <,u  "What do \'ou mean''" ci ied J'ohn,  angnlv, "and whal'aio you ,'intin'  at'"   " y ' ''  ' 1 am't gom'.to.'inl al anyLlimk,  1 m' going to tell you sliaighL^ out,  John, nnd' I'll make it clear'in a  miniilivl  will " t <(  "1 hei o .was once upon  a  time���������-"  John 'Builon made an inip.-lient  movement  with his chjn ,  ���������" ' Theio vas onto upon a time,/'  lepcdlccl the old lady slo.ilv and om-  phnlically, "a vnddei woman, what,  bom' very lonely and '.ivin' a bil o'  li'onev of 'ei own, thought sho'dybo  moie- checiy md moie 'appy Jiki1 if  she 'ad a child in tho ouso ��������� a child  she comd bung up and edchtatc and  leave 'ci monev to,v if so bo as_ 'o  bo.'avotr 'isscll but the difhculty was  lo' 'md 'nn, beeos,Hits vnddei she  didn't kno\veot 'nn ,\nd she 'adn't  got no iclations, loastiiavs none  Lhal would pait with any of thou  chikloi to please a wultlci woman,"  she added,  collecting  hcisolf    - i  John Builon tin nod round, and  staled vciv haul al his aunt's wnnk-  lcd and good-Lcinpeieil hue' "What's  the good oi jou tollia' mo" this*'  What's it got,'to do with mo'" ho  tisked, i.ilhei   hoaisely  "Well, Joim'-mv lad you sec, sho  wenl and gotxa child-foi 'oi sell,'did  this vviddor v/onian, and ic wasn't 'ci  nephew at. "all loilly, But'sho mst  t;avo 'nn Llicvnaine.of But ton, John  Bui ton she'called^'nn,  and  "      r  John , Builon spuing Lo his foot'  "Wheio did she gel 'un fiom'" ho  cued licmhling' Willi anxicLy 'Who  vvas 'is paients, and who was 'e, and  wheio did 'c come,fiom? Wheio did  she t;e( 'nu f.oin, Aunt Jane'' 'Tell  mo, can't you''"  "Shej-she woni and fetched 'mi out  ���������of���������1 lie���������vvoikhouse ��������� John," an-  siveicd the old lady slowly.  <&$$vv&999<F;i?v3;3i<?9$<?'@9'?9  me in    hound    like you    icfuscd me���������  you    whoii'   1  look upon  as du L     lie- ; j, ,cncj  nigs, 1'ling I.oad, Camden Town  l.oncion 'lake eaic otyouiseif God  bless y on  Mailha.."  So   I   vvas      depitved     ot   mv  only  litalh  mv feel1     Had vou spnicd  mo  that    degiadat'oii ��������� had    vou taken  article was pieti-elv in' ihe -ami-'me Lhen i would' have I'ougnl  condition as 1 lould lomembci. as j.ig.iinst Lhc* contempt 1 n-'l loi vou,  v hen  r ie-Uied  lo  ie,t j1  ������oul(l  have even been gialciul     Lo  I'got o( the bed, and bathed mvljoti tot saving me fiom sh imo,  1 cat? and faro with cold watei ri his , inough tl had bet n done ut'coti-  icv'ived me. but theie vvas .> tlulliiess 'scions!v Now I halo you, 1 loathe  about  Lho  biain.   oi     Lo   -| o.il   moiejvou.  and vet  1   will  i.un i v vou.  that  heaitl ol at No    1 Rocksliaw s Uuild-|a  basket  by   hei   side,  and   examined  it with an "an   of distinction and hoi  head  veiv   much  on  one side.  ' To   le"b   the   LiuLli    John,   f     was  wondeiing     if    ilhis     vesL   of youis  would stand anothei  patch," she an-  Twas "now" ulteifv alone" "in j swci od  sw colly,  and  a moiucnt lalei  oil's den      A new fo- Img ot ieat *sho was  looking  lound  vnLli a da/cd  Icsolalion icll upon inv- hoait       [ expi c-sioti  .il   hei   husbuid s     empty  chair  Pra-ently Liu to came a   rap at   Lho  dooi,   .i  iap  lhal     was  unmeclialely  ltdloivcd      bv      the ample  foi in of    u  led-faced      eld, lady   vvilh    a  lho b  jxul des  (To  Uo Continued)  -t-  1 foiobly, n numbness, that 1 could  not clear away As mv fiiculii's io-  siiined ll'Cir functions I l.ct.'ine eons' .o-is of -en-.-.l o's ,el inoio  strange 'Ih( ie was a leoliii','* or  -.oidness, as tiioiigh soi.ievit.il pun-  ciple hud b'-en withdiav. n fi tun m^  but, above- all, theie vas an mien o  longing to ho again ivilll'll He influence' of those eve��������� vl I sh.idde. ed a  Hi. Ihougrt Theie was a spell in-  <->i     mo ��������� that  chew   me  ine-istil.lv  I may deirtade vou make vou jnv  tool, ami yteii- bio i tiuse1 I tell  you all this holillv and fenlesslv  iiu vou cannot -hake on i-iv po.-ti  You will 1 e mv sla.e ,is tuiieli as  ������������������ve., and ciawl and lawn ujioti me.  and ueploie mv Icivo as inn'1- as ion  di.i  t efoic "  lutiiih was (|inle i miil althoinrh  1 ti woi(l������ tilled nn with fear thov  could t oL dt-ltov in evi-i veaken  thc faseinilion she exeio-e-1 ovoi  nu      Oui   nun 11 i,e tl.iv  w.>-> lived     f  what hi: uANirn to know  Stones vi!,i.-|i illustrate the Scotch , -'tout    ^  hahil   oi  thi ut ."ie eoustently     con-.- i <-'"PCI v l,lci0  ill'-  to  Itgut '1 here  was one -vhich  \fi s        nut ton     sprang to  hei  Mis John Bui ton.was rwaie of a  giadu.il and " oxcectlingh pleasant  change in hoi husband s manner Lo-  waicls hei He no longci snubbed  his wife, and I.is nvnrois u not  icLually apologclic, weie always  civil and oflen pleasant Sho on her  side made no albnion Lo his past  tica Unci il of hei. but fussed ovei h inland spoilL bun vvhcncvci he came  home, only 1oo glad of lho change,  and too anxious lo love hi in and bo  loved  in leluui  BuL oven lhc besL of medicines  have their moments of nou-ofbeaey,  and one day Mi Builon having been  lo a laigo'sei vanls' ball, whoio ho  had locoivod con moie ariulalion  Hum usual, foigol himsell, and malic  sonic shrilling allusion Lo Lhc waul  of gentility about his homo sui-  i omniums  Mis Builon was busy sewing, as  usual, at Lho lime, but she laid hoi  -ochs down oil* the table "WhaL  say,   clem '"   she   asked   genLlv  'I vv.'ls only wishing you had a bil  more style about vou, Amelia," said  fpni ' lici   husband, who was in high     hiini-  1 oi   with   hiinsi'li   ovei   the  success   he  DOMESTIC RECIPES.1.1 <*/  AVIulo Cookies���������Two eggs, two cups  ol sugai, one and a half cups of  shorteiung,) olio cup of sow milk, one  nutmeg, one teaspo'biifiil soda. 'Mix  veiy soil* ' <���������     ''  ' Cabbage Salad���������One head of cabbage chopped fine, ono cup,of sweet  linlk boiled ' Add bill lor Lho si/o / of  a walnut,, two eggs well bo lion hall  ii cup of sugai, hall toaspoonlul ol  pepper, one heaping icispponful i nis-  l.ud. Pour ovoi cabbage,' then add a  cup of boiling vincg.il Use one-hall  tho amount foi (a small family.  boiling  water     Ci earn  half a  cup  ol  ^ i . *  Chocohile- Cake���������Dissolve, 2 'ounces  ol ehoeolalo in "> lablospoonfuls of  buttei, adding giadually 'one and a  hall cups of sugai, add'the yolks of  four eggs, beat 'thoi oughly , Lhen  add > the chocolate, half a cup "of  eie.im oi milk, a cup "and llncc-qu'ai-  leis of flout, two iouiidiiig Jonspoon-  fuls of baking powrioi, a loaspoon-  ful of vanilla Ileal Lho whiles oMhe  eggs i^o a' still froth,'ttu them into  a mixLiuc^and it' is"ioady lo b.iko^  eilhoi' nAa loaf oi 'ln^tlueo' layeis  lho layeis may bo pul togolhoi with  boiled ice g,  fl.'ivoicd vvilh chocolate  Post on biovvn'Btead���������No hot bi cad  is more tempting oi moie wholesome  than tho Boston bi own "bi cad at its  best' 1 p make it as it* is made .at  homo, it is necossai v Lo obtain lye  meal in place t of tlio (lour which ^is  oiclinanlv used, 'buL'the ' icsull  amply ''lopays lho Lioub'c?,-, which  need nol he cxtcssivo as Lho meal 'can  usually be fourd at feed sloios ol  the hit got- and betlei soi t iMi.x togolhoi ono nnd one half pints 6f tho  ivo meal and of 'soiahoi n coin meal  Stu into them enc lensfioonful oi  salt and one'eup jf molasses Mix  all togethoi with one and one-qiuu-  (ci pints ol hot milk,' and then add  ono heaping toispoonlul of baking  soda dissolved in a liLLlo boiling walci Pom ,11110 a well butteiccl'molcl,  cover ,tigh.tly and steam foi ' foui  hoins Seivo 'hot with buttei oi  cicam. ', H  Salt Raising Di cad���������Few housewives piobably'slill make sail ns-  'nig btc.ul, buL these ivvho do will ho  inleiested in an oxpeiinienl made al  ChauLauquii, lasl summei by. a cooking tcachei She hcaid iL said (tluil,  sii.ee������������������ the yeas', genu ' which nnses  sail l ising biead musL be donved  uom. the air, thc biead cannot bo  made m a, pei fcitly, clean loom, and  honec is'a product of dnl To piove  thc fallacy of thc theoiy a ' small  loom vvas stripped ot its fin nishuig,  including tho caipet, and was thoi-  oughly cleaned and tlisinfoclt'd 'Then  (lie windows and dooi ,wcic closed  and,the biead was sel lo use-, But  it did not i iso An.'Uiei fleachei,  also a doubtci of the theoiv, put in  a claim that tho biead had hart not  boon made light, ..nd sho mixed the  mgicdienls hoi sell But; the dough  mutinied * as 'lifeless as the pro-  \cibntl doornail 'lhen the windows  weie opened, a sli ip ol clean c.upcl  was dlagged in, fiiunluio was ic-  pl icod, and moio dough vvas made  This time Lho bieid laised, as  usual ,  sail, peppei i������A <t pincli of sage, ���������  moislciiud -with a. little hot water  and but tor and a ".-jl! rteaton egg ;  then l oil upt.uid^io to hold it'4 to-  gcLhor 1'ut in a diippmg pan wilh  1' pt hot w.iloi and 1 tablespoon  lard Bake* in a moderate oven. .  Basic often. Biown tho potatoes in  (ho same.pan ��������� iMnko a giavy of the  diippings' Put moaty nnd, potatoes  on the same plaLt������rr and pom tlio  giavyyovci-j thoni.   '     r <   '  Beafsloak Pio���������Cut 1 lb href slunk  in pieces about .'ii inth squaie Fiy  a slice of poi k, take out the pork  and jiul in the steak and fiv until  jti-il biowu on Ihe outside Cook 3  poLaloos f,aiicl when lull dono^ ' cut  mlo oighlhs Make a oust as vou  would foi biscuits, only a lillloiich-  ot Lino llio, sides.' of baking dish .  with .the oust i'ul meat and po-  laloos in, season with -alt and pep-  pei and a few slices of onions if dc-  =nod, add a few small dumplings cut  fiom tho ci list, ovoi thc whole pour  Lho giavy in which the _ meat vvas  filed ; it may bo ncccss.uv to add  a lillio water Covci with n medium  thick cuist'and hake 20 minutes  111',-   lo   Itgiu 1 ;:ere  was one -v.ncn y ,.���������,,..      ���������r  .,,,.n..t���������    ..,,t'"l    Will    llllisi'ii   ovt't    enc   sueei^s   ne  ,-reativ    7.i,i..',.!      .1-    late   William   V"  ''" nT'      A ,,u    I    m  "      she,"-" attained at the hall  Ulaek. arc! wi.i'-h h.s biorraphor   Si-l I''1'*'*",'   ���������    ������ '       A,"1,t   ',ll1u''"       ,s'u      "Mo.cstvlc,"   icpo.il.'d   Mis      liui-  V.emv-s  I!.-,.;.   s.,..s  !,.   ,..,������.  fnn.l     of   "id gladly,     r nm glad to s,-e you *   mo|e ^lMtu.      ,.Ve        }  -elaiiiig.     It     i-    n* toi.  within    A   Wli.it^ (r    has      bnnmhl    you   ������^'' ! s-|>osc1nCM(, 1111IS,   bf. times vi hen you  -toiv.   nnd  ..111 O'.'.-h  one ur.rt of     it ��������� -iK'*'"    , m,      ���������...,...._ .....   Iwtsb  (hal.   John,   inusiii'L thoio'"  tt.v ..id  Judith  Poi Loi  Even a.tci tno hijisc of ma'iv veai s ' lool ed foiw.nd ti. it with lino*,  thc niemotiis oi ihis penod oi mv '.ied vet 1 novel t'ei-ed to fevi'i.shlv  luc a'e -c. lU'iniiil that f daio rot long 'oi its aiuvil I knew thu iL  dv ell lo'iget upon them than is lie- would con-ien me io an e.i-leaee oi  ct-s.-iv t.n the purpose of cvplu.irm'jr ine-'ty .i'i'I a; ony im! vet I hue"  Lrari-g mime events ith.it  I   nu st  iuli.ll  it      1  Paled     nu'  .me!  Mi Poite-i'- th'cat vi as no idle  oi.e Uiid.. ai tl -oui woe, thiough.  his daughtc lU. -iv ��������� i.'j i ^d to his  v, "11 Out oi hi"- pre-cnee I loll  tint I could not ci": IL .as pel  iove* ti at -he ins.nril no .villi but  a .'-dri'il ia-einalion, vvhilt l lay al  her  feel,   p.'-=ion.itclv   miplo ng   lo    (i   lo vvhatovei  il   might  ^noiocl      anv   Lhou/hls  into  t'  tine   noi  -l.itie ihe -li i.lo i  oi  lino  of  it.   b it   vtoh ed   i-i- si'.  sivoly    to   th.'   Ii-lh   it,    t.i.il    ihte,  ovoiv       iK.d      pttiKiple    laid   nn  01 lellv       In   It-L   lipn,]   I'ii'   wins,  line,    to   !e   hoi i o  nnwaid   i.lie'i  .ii-  ii  p'c-  p.e-  ���������'('!  -e-ll  Oi  ii i v  nu  to taki i>ilv upon me lo give tne  her love- io become my wife I would  have given the vorld ' o have j.os-  t> s-cd lie poi ei to ll..- irom ho lo  the fm ihent'ost extirmiiv oi the  p.irtli I was hei -I.U"���������bound to  lu r by (hams stroiuroi than v.ere ev-  ���������-r loigecl bv human h. nils j  And -he v.us ineiolcs-.  in  ho   power      She hated  me   loathed inspired  mo'     Slie dirt  nol  i ell  uu  Set n   ...  tniidiliin  oi   iniiiil   m.iv   ,i|  1 eai   i.-.t. il.   n ipi.ssilni'  lo  lu.illo-iii-  i.ict   people       P. tl     i (i ing aside     tie  ocoilL   in till' in'   Lh.'t   was   hiousht   lo  le.u   upon   nu     1-.   iL  anv 1 linig      mote  OVli am (Ini.ii *.       Lll.it.     what  ve      linci  (oiitanl'v   li anspu ing   In   the   woild  ! .u ouml   us-1      Po   ve   not    ( onl u.u illv  eo gnl-     nun rj ing  n en  v. 1 i i i  11*"  dc-'kiiov.      in-     ci,ink..ids       i.piob.iU  so, 'wlini       Ihev   aie  inv.nidlv   ru'iv i'i( i rl  but my instincts noi. pici'-inalut,illy seusiliif, needed no woios Lo divine her inout-lits While a fit.' agent, I had ltfusfd, -hi unk fiom .ni  alliance with her. and she v.is now  enjovmg her vengeance  'and  op'tilv     mini)    ib.it   tlfv       i.ill  ,'(.il   then    lifi -lei.t;   nii-(.v   ,il    tlir   ,il-  t.ir*'      Do  nol   I lie gamble!   en I     l Ik  (.runkard      know   in  I h' i   s.m.      n.o-  'li.en'.s that 11.f v -iii   di -11 o* ing I la I i-  'clies  bofi.'    iikI -oui  ��������� Lllll   tlnv  air  Vou  should have  taken   me    wlion ! dooming      uiemst'l ves  io   inn ���������    woi-i<-  I was olTcrod to you." .**,he* sulci,  mockingly;  "now it i.s  too lute!"  I knew she did not moan tho hitter pari, of the sentence. I knew  that after she hud glutted herself  With my torture, .she would become*  my wife. 1 could read it us plainly as though her mind had been a  printed be>ok open before uu;.  One overling several of the principal ���������members of tho congregation of  I house,      the hospital ,-itid  the lunatic  j asylum? ���������       Rut.      nevertheless,   they  Iciiiiiiot    resist the ini'al.ii.'itioii,      and;'.  | plunge      into      lho gulf  of  perdit.ior  -toiv,   nnd  .illl oucli  one part of  ia old   the ic-l i- n-)t  Snrnc-iiodv "...s toling t Scolci.-  leen .i tale vvh.eli It h.i'l ju-t l,-o.  reiding of a c.rt.im c.i-.t.'rn polr-i-  UiH' v.ho. Having taken i.iTcncc at  the doing- of h.s grand ii/it had  ot.ieio'l him '.. br put to death rI Ik  'viclini kne.v he i-.u-t die hat h''  v t-l-erl to (lie comfoi l.ibly lfe wis  ai ut that his ii.i-ti' i duel rxfcu-  lii nei w,.s voiv ]ii tiii'iiiii, .-nd tould  diipalch his v i'i mis not onlv villi  sv.i'ti.e-s but villi i,o njipiecinble  sii'Viing At cordin,;ly he ,ent for  lho e\o( ut inner nnd offeicd him n '  luge s-m ot n.oicv on condi'ion  thil i,e -, ou'd pill hi: 1 to death,  w lihouL p.nr  I he e i' (iitiimei pio-rifd lo do  hi- bcit .nd ll' giainl vi/io i cut  to his doom in a fi.mi" ru pioit, ic-  s,gnat ion fvrfcliii^' to ucone tie  fil.ll blow In* vi i" iiinscioiis lliil the  -lit,id ol ihe ex, rut lot'ei i.n������ v hit ,-,  ed about his head, but he felt noth-  i ���������'.'  rio.v is the '" I e said ' You  mi'iei took lot a ,ii!;e sum of m>>n> v  to [i ' me to il'ath insi mt ineously  .md i ilhi.ui pain vol -on .in onlv  pla ii.t. .villi me .id [ t i.ln ign.j, mv  .. i<o Du -,oi,i   ii oi!   'put l.lv' '  '1 In 11 ipi>n tin evditioi i i t< npicl  up i i Ihr rondemuoil in in at'1 olirrrrl  hun a /i ifh uf snnli 'fin vi/itr  lool th. pu eh cf ' iiufl ind -i Of *' '1  ...id init'iviih his ht-.-'l I limbic d fimit  In     < hoiitilc rs  'I his   m  lie   sloiy   ivhnh    no a.ling  ito Mr.   Black,   wiis   f.tih!   to' a.foilow-  igiiiii  lis   f.jmt) was Mr    Bui Ion's ntiiit,  and   M>     Bui Ion's  foster-inoLhei    She1  gieetitl Ins  wife- alTt'cLionalely,     then I  f-.il down  "Well, mv de u " -he said kindly  'lid hill* )-rs,ljtii'["lv 'To toll the  titith tneie w.i- a soil o' soirething  no! e^.-iftly f!i.C0!lte.|L but a SOI t  'o soiricthing I f'ldn't like aboul you  1 .st time J came over, and -o I've  con" ogam to see wnal it is Aiei  you me v-ou're quite '.lppv0 Vou  ni'i'f n't mni'l inc." she added gently , the old face -oftening as she  -poki ' vou ni.edn'l mind fellin' mo  if vou nnl't 'Melt.i, foi r brought  'nn up a"'' ' know his fault*, and 'is  good- ��������� -'   of   ca-1,  too "  Mrs    Builon  looked  Pali  linndlv at  Ji, i   Iitislard's     aunt Well      Aunt  !.\re "   -he   -aid   ���������-, Mi   a   visible     e-f-  f- -'.   'I ill  on .n.'te as .v oughl. you sue,  .un I good ei.fitufh foi 'nn 'IC's  inxiil in siir-h lgh p'-i" - -"id ai'ioii).  -ii'h 'igh I" "I'''- and h" s-iv , I ain't  r-oiteel oioiigti (inei he* -avs to->,  I tn ,ulg- i 'ot 'uu " T'l"<- voting  , v if. * e-ies -lo--.lv lill'rt vith tens  ,ls -b" spo. e 'And i-otnetimc , 1  think '. f-fl-t 'I.it hi mas ivi'l' ine  'i ������, eh tne me I 'is elf and���������and 1  don t   id e- it "  . ou  'wish  (hal,   John,   inusiii'L thoio'"  She io-o as she spoke nnd, ci oss-  ing lho loom, vvoi'L ovei lo Lho window and sLood looking oui inLo Lho  niglH  ' f vvondei ��������� when ��������� AunL June���������  will be ovei again''' she -aid slowly, and added elepi ocalinglv, "I wish  I was a bit moio up to vour level,  John "  'Plioio was a moment's ten0.- silence" as her husband leinllel with n  -ltdclen qu.ilni his aunt's woids '"Is  wife don't know John, but n 'e  don't impiove in 'is in inner to 'ei,  there's no snviug but what she  won't   gel  to  know  somo'ow "  "Oh! vou'ie light enough Amelia,"  ���������.nil .lohn Bui ton making a'visible  e.'lort not to look cJospeinlolv un-  (omfoi table "You'ie     cpiilc t*ootl  f.a.d     v.e ...n't  gdting I'liough  foi     mo,   Amelia    nioir*    than  j,   good    onougn      in      fact   and,  as to  slsiv|f,     well       style ii m" l. i vciythiiig  Ivh'n all's stud and done"  (,M)ER TTIIO ("lUILLOIiKl*.  Tbeio is a sloi y or a ghastly  quarto of an Itoui once passed bv  n young I'oi istnn who wiui'lei ed into the ( li.irnbei oi Ilonots" al Ihe  v ax   v oi li,  sho-i   in   London       l-ind-  - J f,i '   t)!i ss   thi    rlnld "   oi-'d   Mis    ing  I .in!. f 1-ee-t   up,   I'll  so-.'i   tell you '"villi  ho". ," bri-g 'in to 'is n^ntful -<"i-  s. - Ned tunc "< [-Ills on an. f.f  'is nr- .rid gi-ie' * o'l Jii->t ni'nt ion  lliv n.'ii.c no' o' [niipo-f but J'l't  Casual iikl. You Say. I v,i-m-J-.-r,n,.w  (when   Anni.  .Irtne  'II   hi)  ei'.'W  again!  witli   Iheir  eyes  wide open.  And *-<> the (lay;; [lii.-xal cm  ronnlryiiiari  of  hi.<. The Scotchman,-       , ,,, ,,,,.     ,.,   ,,, ,.���������  tisteiied.      and  '���������.. the,,   end    said, i <:������������ ^,:.?t������!l A^J'nLl!'^'  Web?"  i     ������������������Well!"  Inn.'elf alone, ho wn- -ei/ed  tn inspiration VMittt a glot i-  tius '' - f> (o jiul hi. net k under the  giiillfitine whfii- had icted lho ne*( k  of Al.iilo Aritoiii'tte1 He lav down,  lone-lied a (-(iring nii'l (hiiol the col-  |,u. But bow v.'.i". ho lo leleiist-  himself? If. he touched the ivrdiig  spring the fidul ttxo ttilghl, descend.  Ijmiiilo to Hpenk ii word of [Onglisli,1  he' yolle'l , lust Ily  for  liclp  In ������������������J-'itiicIi;  IliSf.  n.'I |  1 have dest'i'ibcd, until the wedding  day nunc I'otv distinctly I remember every aspect and ovenl of thai.  day! Tho ceremony was, of (.'oui'sf,  to ho celebrated at Little Belhlohein,  the Little Bclhlchenl wore invited to   by the bride's father.     All  lho priii  ���������What,  do  you  "fm  nnd bring 'im rr,und  in no time,  opealod   the uilerlocutoiy    ������^-_\^������*?��������� ^tc^S! '"to ������������������rf before  lung  a- crowd  of  visitors  ...,..'   A,,nl      l���������nr.'<i   ;ilv\rr. i led    i'V      (111   li.ttoilf Illl) I   CtllilO   1)11 tlld  .vailing for the finish,of    the   ^X^ir^nl   rTirv- ������.-.������ ���������������.,(,!������������������������������      '���������''-    ������������'������'������  ������������������ " ^ <" ,  "  loiibtfiillv.     "-Shall   I  go    out,   Un������ulst    nnd     saw    nn  opportunity  tea. I was present, and was seated  next to Judith, who was kind and  almost affectionate in her domenuo'.  toward me.  , When the meal was over, wo wont  and sal together at the window, she  drawing her7chair close to mine,  now and then laying her hand upon  my shoulder, suffering her long hair  to brush against my check as -she  pointed out some object in lhc garden; find now tind Lhen casting a furtive* giar.cu from bcuoalh her drooping lids, Uiul shot through mo like  a flash o.': 2rc.  At the other side of tho room, Mr.  Porter vvas ..talking* to his friends In  a���������''-subdued voice,    I and Judith were  ciplo members, of the congregation  wore, to bo of lho party, and the U'rv  crend Ohiidiali Porter 'provided the  entertainment with- no niggardly  hand.  When I entered the parlor I found  it full; of pooplo. Of those, two solemn-looking young men, whom 1 had  often soon at chapel, represented lho  groomsmen, nnd two reiuni-ktibly  .sour-looking girls, daughter*! of Mrs.  Humphries,   the bridesmaids.  But no one wore any wedding fin  cry���������their pofiillur creed forbade  them: nil wore somberly dressed,  more fitllugiy for a funeral than for  a,.wi;tl<)',i,;,', f vviift solemnly- greeted  Ujy'ewib  person; but  there  was .   no  story,"  saiel   the Scot.  "Iln!, you've; got the Mulsh," said  (.he othei', "Don't you soo. the executioner was so clever that ho cut  the fellow's nock in two without let-  Ling him  feci   It?"  "Oh, aye, I kont thai, wool enough, but Unit's not tho point. What,  I want l.o 'know is, did the executioner get the money?"  sriid  Aunt J line.-?"  "Yen.'in.y dom*  lady cheerfully,  leave  'im  to  rne  ' ���������answered  the   "IfI  "You go out,   and  nnil   'e'll   be.      Lhn.t  pleasant you won't 'iirdly know    'lm  when you     see  'lin again,     'Sh, 'ore  'c conies.     You  go out and do ii bil.  of shopping, and leave 'hri lo'mo."  A  moment inter Mr. Burton (iiitcr-  ,   ,, ,        led the    room,     and grentod his aim I  Fully  nine million   Indian  siibjocls   wUh corelbilllv,    not unmixed    vvilh  ore      now     mofo  or  less acquainted   cnnfln.-ict'nj-iloii.'  With lho English language.^ '''I|') ' MrH7 Lninh' regiirded him on iici'  liiiiKiinge most spoken In India I" pnrt with .some, disfavor. She was  "(inilustaiil, by. Hi! mill Ion people, V(]|.v fo)1,, 0- |ilm, and hud been both  nengnli   Is lho  tongue of ,V.)  million. | ,,������������������, ���������,���������, )ll(lUl0l. lo i,),,-,. but she had  no pnllfiico with this iidwly-acqiilrccl  ������(.'i- pride or Llio husshjit (nil htdlos' inaldrt  were hussies lo her) with whom ho  consorUd.- She deloi'iiiliiod titcrnly  lo what v!<0 called'"take it out ol  'liu-"-  Tliouuis .liuiios, tigcd -10, a  gt'tiiil In I he -nd Voliiniiier I'.nt-  tulloii, iriglihind 'Light. Iiifniilry,  Glusgow, coiniTill led siiio'lchi tlio  other day by blowlrg out his bruins.  with, himself as iiia.sloi* of the .situation. Ho at once begun ti practical  lecture on thi! guillotine, Interrtipl-  hiK hisi riunai'ks with little nsidos In  f'Voncli lo Hie liidlgntuit victim, asking'" him (o��������� Kcronm louder or writlio  more nf-oiil/.iiigly. "Hejw vvoll ho  nets!" oxc I filmed' the gratified on-  Ir.fil-ei'fi. Finally, lho rarlsliin  released, and, answering the  plaii.'io Willi maledictions, fled,  Ing  hl.s hut  behind. j A  was  up-  loiiv-  Thti record. Sliced for an electric calls I 10 miles nn lioiir. This was  I'Diicliiid on the electric railway ' be-  twcoa Berlin and Zosson. .Tlio lino  Is DO miles long.  The railway bridge ,which connects'  Venice ��������� with" Hui iiin-liiliind Is 12,000  foot long, nnd hits iW2 ariihoa.  ROW  TO   TREAT  YOL'R  WTFl".  , i  Eveiy n\.\\\ is supposoti to love his  wne, but many husbands, lovo themselves moio than (hoy do then  wives, and this is thc fci Liic taese ol  mail imoiual nifoliciLits, wtile- Lho  liev John L Scudttoi Selfishness is  Lho i^ock upon which domestic bliss  gonei ally goes to p>cccs Ti ue nini-  i nigo is not a tandom with husband  pcipctu.tlly ni fiont and vvno liui-  nnig behind him  A model luisbiind nevci plays lho  tyiant lie tioats Ins wile as an  equal, not as a suboi dinalo Aftei  winning hei ho does not commence  Lo ei I'sh hei spoil oi Leach hei lo  know hoi place Some women aie  nun lied to bents, some aie caged  hnds, too sad (o smg , olheishaic  Lhat woid "obey" eternally tin own  at lliom  Some men mo so mean and small  Lhat when ll.oy inn not lind unv  ono else (o Ivi.uiiuzc ovoi Lhey go  homo and iniilLie.it lhen wivis 1  often w l-h such a bully had nun i ied  a woman Ivv Ice his si/O and capable  of giving him oceitsion.il chastisement.  11 C weie a wife and mv husband  systematically abused me, he vvoiilil  live in ono side ol lho Iiou-c and 1  would live in lhc olhoi and mv side  would he tho outside I would bic.ik  awav and mil a hoaiding house, il I  eouid do nothing else And to ovoiv  woman contemplating matt imony 1  say, il you haio any money of youi  own,  keep it in youi   own  name  Again, a model husband will give  his wile a l disenable shaio of his  tune and attention Ho does not  spend all his evcinngsat the club 1  believe the club house has its plate,  but iL should nevci ovei shadow tlio  home, which ought to be tho doaicst  spot on c.u Ih  A good husband will give his wife  a cei tain sum foi .spending money, a  tegular allowance she (an call hoi  own IT she is a good housekccpei  she is entitled lo it, foi she cams it  A good husband will cultivate  clicoifulnc"-s and always cany sunshine into lho homo Ho will causa  the domestic ni.itliinciy lo um  smoothly by a plentiful application  of that valuable oil known as "good  luituti* " flo will ho handy about tho  house When his vv no nsks him to  mend (ho sewing machine oi put a  now wne on the so een door he will  nol pout and say, "That was nol  down  in  the inaiuago   contract"  Ho nevci ceases to show those cleli-  ciilc lit I Ic allenlions and courtesies  which jiic.ui so much lo a woman's  heart. Ho kisses Her ju.sl ns nc'.uscci  to do before mnrringo. 'Ho never,  ���������.outgrows the civiliLic������ of life*. Ho  plans liLLlo surprises as he used to  when  ho was courting.'  lie:"lakes an inlcrest in her 'new  dress 'and bonnet, and speak words  of praise while ."she Is yet living and  does not wall for tlio funeral and  then deliver Ills praise vvliolosule  when sho cannot hour it.  (And'tho above is just about so.���������  I-'ditor.)  CHKAP CUTS OF BEEF.  Tiil'.e a shank of bocf with considerable moat, on it. Have the bone  broken, anil wash well to remove all  bits of bones. Cover with cold ���������water  and boiltintil tender. Skim; keep lho  keltic about half full'of water all  Llio time. When tender, remove tbe  meat and chop il fine. Remove all  bones and part of the fat. Add the  chopped meat to tho boiling liquid,  season with salt,, then add corn  liiniil till il is thick as mush. -.Stir  often. When done, pour into a  groused pan. Let It get .cold yand  I hard, then slice and fry.  HINTS TO 110 US CREEPERS  To dip "the broom jnto  a pail    'of        i  boiling hot.vv'alei  no(  only cleans iL, ,,  but makes   ��������� tho  hi ush    tough    tati(l-'     ,  pliable,_       -,.,-���������   i   , M���������' -    ,     ,  If you    want something now     and  loal   .nieo foi   dessei L, *   tiy^a  nosh  baked,510011  apple pic. with  whipped  cicain piled  thickly upon  it      ,,.  ,  -In'puttiiig up a pictuie molding tho  best e'loet is  pioduccd by .placing  it '  on a lino with"life tops 01  Iho'doofs' t������-  .uid 11 uidows j , ' '  llighlv polished      tables sometimes  show      spots      of while wheio {   hot   \  -  cnslicc'have been     sel 01   hot water   -  spilled      on  them     Equal .p.uls      of  linseed oil     ���������Mid* ilcohol will usually t,  ,-  n-a\c such  a  spfit  vamsh     Camphor  will al&o,  a is said,  icstoio  vainish,  and    ^it   tubbed   0101    blisLcied       or-,  whitened spots will bung  back some   , 1.  of tho 01 iginal luslcr.     ��������� '  '  Bo'vou     know ihdt    common suit,,  dnnipcnoeir" vv ill icinovo the riiscoloi a-   ,    "  tun   on cups an'i sauccis which     is..'  tlio icsull of lea and eofloo and  caie-  less washing ?   That it will lake Lho  egg slain fiom silvei  '������������������- That il will  icsloie 111'"gieat measuie colois  faded  111   washing  01      keep  thoni, fi om  fading if*used in lho iinsing watei  ?     '  'Thai nothing  ' c'oaiis China matting ,  01   willow,    fiiuiiiiuo1 so  vvoll as  u a-  salt and  walci   ' sci ubbiiig  with   "a  sci ubbing hi ush ?   'That it is an'excellent denlilnco '"   That if the chimney gels 011     fno salt jiul upon  thc  fiic'will deaden Lho flame ?' And how, y  lnany'ovoii'oltl cooks know Lhat when      , *  the bla/c, fiom th ipping'-fat on     thc  1 oals.is  thai nng  the* slcak  Ihev ate  bi oiling,   Ihe tiouble can   be slopped   ,  by Ihiovving .1 "   lillio sail    on     Lhc  (ne ?   *_^. ^ .  '    CARnTtil)   UNANIMOUSLY  Accoiding Lo a gentleman who has  spent many     yens 111 tho goldliclds,  the aveiage  diggei   would  beni   com-   1  pai'son i.ilh some of oui  hcsL debat-    '  cis t,   '  Sonic yens ago Lho "boys" .of '  Nu-igeL Cicok woio 111 council assembled 11, vvas generally admitted  that lho sue of tho colony���������consisting as it did of something just over.'  ti do/en shanties���������entitled it lo bo  considcied a citv, t and Meeui City  sipianc,  into existence "  Tlitu one "Hoai'ng Dick" aioso  and w anlod to know what tho "citizens" intended to do in the matter  ot  lighting  the  "stiects"  by- night  "You know 111c boys," he said,  twilling a foi iniilablc-looking six-  shoolei "I ain't afraid o' nothing,  navthui ui daylight nor dnik But  it's this way���������othei cities 'as got  gas, and Mecca's got lei   'aie il   '  ' It can't   ho did'"  snid  one  "IL's  gol  loi   bo d.d1"  lo.nod    lho  bpc.lkci iWOt   olIlOl    CltlCS   (IOCS,   WO  docs' 'Sides, gas lamps is ,1 ornament nn' lump posls a absolute necessity Why, thcr ain't a decent  spot toi lynch a man w ithni, twenty  miles We'io goin' lei 'avo lamp  posls "      -  'Ihe aigernonl was conclusive, and  it vvas decided unanimously to have  gas.  WKAIMNKSS  OK WT.ALTll  'lho veiy 1 ich men of the woild .110  growing exceedingly Inert of tho  vast wealth ui cumulated In New  Y01 k stoics and himdicds ol men  to-day aie pavint aiiywheio fiom  f.0,000 to ���������>!(>,OOO" a month nut for  bintcs of looms not homes which  ihev have btnll loi then fainil es,  buL snnplv ap.11 tincnls v.lneli Ihoy  have 1 en led foi a while, says 11  vviilei 111 the Ilomilolie Itoviovv 'Tlio  godle-s magnifi-ence, the selfish pi o-  digaliLv Ihe ovei 11 helming OiLcnla-  tion 01 the wealth of Now Y01 k 111  cei tn in click's cannot bo closei ibccl .  but it is all .11 indication of the fact  that the eliiuicx has well-nigh boon  1 cached in the display of what  wealth can go' The woild is waiting now to ki ow vvhal wealth can _ ������������������  give IL i<������ 1ho nemesis of vasL  wealth thai it hi nigs its own ictii-  bution, and that roll ibutioii is tho  weaiinr-& of houig unable to hnd  hal piutss in mcioly having  tlnngf  VERY AWI-CV/ARD.  A young loeruit vvas sot on sentiy-  go, and was, of com so new Lo his  duly A     good-na tuicrl     com-ado  bi ought him a sandwich from tho1  canteen, unci the reeiint was about  Lo onl il when the 111.1101 appt'-iiod.  As the oIIkoi was ,iri niiifli the son-  tiy did not ioeogni/0 hun and did  not salute The 111.1101 look in lho  situation and asked.  "What's that?"  "A sandwich," leplicd tho recruit;  "have .1 bit''"  "Do you know who T nm?" asked  the major. y  ���������������������������"Don't'know you from a crow;  perhaps you're" the ���������major's conchy."  . "No, I'm not."  "His groom,  perhaps?"  "-No; try again."  "Perhaps Hie old chap  himself?"  "Right tills time," suid tho .major. '������������������������������������.' A  ���������'Oh, good gracious," exclaimed  the'''frightened sentry, "hold tho  sandwich  while I present''arms!'.'  CABBIES WANT TO  SELL* OUT.  The "cabbies" of Vienna arc in a  sorry plight. Owing to the completion of lho electric cars thoy tiro loft  almost wi tho ut a fart*. A inccllng  of the cabmen was hold the otlior  day, and ' it was agreed to petition  the Government for .compensation,  by giving ench cabman 5000 ��������� the  value* of lho license���������and Issuing no  more licenses in future. 'The men  then propose to sdll Iheir vehicles',  and wilh itho additional grant of  S600 .".tart1 in a now business. , Unfortunately for tho cabmen, tho pos- :  sibility is exceedingly remote of the  Government meeting theii* suggestion ,- . .        ".if y;',i  J    ,"?���������" -h' tM&?;���������>���������;  i t-  ( tlt r"y;%L. j  , In,* 4r(-,,���������V'"'  , <    ,      -fi-i   ii  7 /   V., '" '.������,  ,_,  jl   ��������� '       -t,-"1  '* ''jr'ft-  4.7      4  ivyiieaT    t m , ..,  ice'of,' ',',   ' '  li!?*0- '< -<7 ��������� '  imbs, \ "i_ i, y.  sage, ',    /   r,  water,   ryyy  po-fi* * ��������� "t1    ' , '  'iyto-A';;'-"  yij'  wilh 7 *���������[ A7  1        ,    ,'H  ;poon    y i ..-  oven.^4" ��������� -A?  s' in,,/ ' - ,'  iflho Ay Ay  aloes f .'"  r  Uieyy, 4/,;,, , ,  -  slonk ,     ',-,,,-    ,'lt  '-"'T >'-":-    :������'$  pork     ' , ��������� "    'if  Ulltil 1 y-r  ,ok-2,'','r.  '  >; cut'y . A  " you , ���������>   At  rich-*- '' f -  .cilslii?'. -"','  ,   po--        ,y  pep-      ,    ,���������  r .da-,  scut  I?    -���������       ^y ' ,������-   h  <,^oo������*oo������*ooHoo*������ooiHoo������*  IA GIRL  1 Of GRIT.  BY JMJIIR 'ARTHUR GRIFFITHS.  Copi/rlulU. IOM, b'u ll. F. Fcnnoit Co.  pout-' A i, , '.'A.  was  ^   <��������� <- 4 *A .'  ' add s J  diuni ���������  j i -  >A-A  s IJ  i^:  ���������,),'  ' -fyA's,"  -' V"  r?;'" 'y ���������' 'A 7<AA,|  ^of.. AAA-,  ^,H.,r ;���������'*������",  /aiid-iy^AAV-  /n?y',   AW  fresh..      '7  pped^/^j.,  i't'thoV;"^';"'"','  [oars' ������--'   j       '      I  4, ,   ���������������_,'   A.v-   ���������     "ll  *-      K, ? 7  ,imos   *'  ?   t'  hot-,���������"/<���������*   v  "titer. Ay, 'Aj-7  'ol'������7,,"i,,i , .  '"I'y.MrAf1"*":''  phor4  '    . ���������*'  rush, J , j*  7, or.^ ��������� i ,  some '���������$<"  '"fA>*- ie.  salt,'' ��������������������������� 7  lora--. A V- y -V.f  yis,ri:i\ ;#:?  -ar^AsA'-    ,,J'V  ��������� tho���������i*o , -' .,<��������� -  the  will  fad-',,  froni ;  .ei* ?V  tiug.r  '���������y,y  -i*,-,  ti-  " a"  i* ox-,!1' ' >  him- ���������"'.-  --th"e "  how ,v  vhon  I tbo yJ  '.are *..,  ppod, \  . Lhc /  .has ,' 'J ,  ilds,, ,V",  :om-   V, r  bat-   V.' 4  ,of A  '  ���������iem-  Llbd  "  sist-  ovoir    '*  bo .  City "  roso  citi-  .LLor. ���������    ->  a-,������"       '  aid,  si.x- -  ing,   .  But  fiol/  lho  wo  i-na-  ne-i  cent  j nty  amp  and  i tivc  aro  tho  New  men  iom  for  liich  I es,  -boy  a  'Tho  [)l-0-  ii tain  *d :  fact  icon  hat  ail-  can ,  'asL  ���������tri-  ���������tho  find  i.  -ry-.  libs  ado ,  tho,'  out  ���������ed.  ,011-  did  lho  nit;  nw;  y."  ��������� ii  *oo*������oo������,<>oo^ooHoo4*oot-������  ���������    '     [co.x-TixunD.] -    "  k     "      "Bully McFa.ught was "a smart innn;  ,'A 7 nnd struck some close things, but he  ,was no more entitled to state prison i  1     than' those' he  fought with  ou  Wall  '   street.   Any,' stick  is good enough 'to  - '    .boat  a dog, with,  mid "your,'enemies  . will   talk- tall  nbout 'surrendering  ill  ���������'.    gotten gains, because it is a good show  , ' curd.     L1 do 'not tthiuk,lyou  need   lie  ,   L awake 'w-oiide'ring whelhei- you 'should  i;-    y . make restitution'lo  the -widow;   aud-  '   ���������  < ' 'the   fatherlc'ss���������anyway,   not   till   it's  r      .<   forced upon yon,ras It may be."      ,'  (    * ,   ".Viid you can save me from that?"  ,   , <  iy "Qr worse..   We think you  will, be  i^. well jidvised'tOjconsider out- offer.    If  .,', we can bo of any sen-Ice to you.'re-  - '      member our telephone number is'2S7,-  vSail,"and 1 shall reply !porsoiially���������or by-'  1   ' proxy/at' any time-,,day' or niglit. - Vou  Ahnve   also   my   address, "39   Norfolk''  . _ y    street, Strand, t I reside.there,, on tlie  i  " "    proniTses.    I 'shall bo proud Jo receive"  .       ,     .your instructions, and���������if it is not too  oA _ 7..late���������to come'to'yoiu- assistance ou the'  r ,        shortest''notice!' , Good 'day,   captain.  /    '- Think'well of what Hsay.'"  ,        t/  r  * illovv' was I to'take all this?, Serious-  ,Iy?   I had read.in evorv-.schoolbook of  *    i  j   the snares and pitfalls of great wealth,  \  but had never dreainert���������who could?���������of ���������  ,   A     dangers  so  strange'  and  'terrible   as  ���������*���������*' '    i^those that now menaced me, If I wore  ���������-   to give credence to this extraordinary'  4,"*~-'       4   ' . . J   . I 4 4  jr,yf" -.tale., ^    .������' u ,    -      ���������  i'"'       vfSomo one hailed me as I pnsso'd down  "������������������������*'./ .Plecndllly,'and. turuiug,  I recogtiizod  r^      y   a man I knew. Law-ford by; name, >a  ,    '"    big,  burly,  fat >voiced-man,  with jet  y        black   beard ,''so"  unmistakably   dyed  -   *   Unit it increased-Ins. years and .gave,  an  iiu,wliolesoiue lingo   to,} his   pallid  ,"*   y, complexion.   ,lie had greasy,, fawning  uintinors���������nn assumption of Jboulionlie  ,        -lliiit you instinctively distrust. T never  cured   for'ihim 1niiicli,.but' ho always  'pretended (o be devilish fond of mo. ,  ' 1 haduiietthls-I.awford on tho other  side of tho Atlantic, ,in tlie South American city where 1 ha'd spent some time  i 'in_a jvocciit_iiiissioiiA "lle_gave Jt .out  that ho was, piospocting- for gold let  * those parts, but many believed that ho  *"* was a spy and .secret i agent of tho  American govei iiineiit. '-Thou wo camo  "home; together in the 'same steamer,  and I was much' thrown witli'diini on  board. Ho was on his way to England  io iniike his and every one's fortune,  inine Included. I coufess the follow  ainined ine. his scheme's were so tremendous: ho had such a profound bo-  11**1 in himself and in tho simplicity of  the P.ritish public.  "Yes. sir, I shall spoil them; .stick  them up and carry oil a pile of plunder t You'll do well to cut in wilh uio,  i.iplaiu ' You'd strike il rich: yes. sir.  I,(an' dlsptNo ol "."..Ono aeres of real  (���������spue which I- jiisl tioni'.VToiiihert wilh  go'd Tin' urcii'i'i p:n ti belong'; to me,  Uiil'us l.niv foul. ht:t ! won't part till  join dm nei! i.-ipiinlNt-'Imvi1 unbuttoned I'.ui I hey v. ill th.it when Ihey'vo  .seen my pto-peciiises and heard any  vi in hine iniigiie."  ,v  I.-uvrord had nu found the innocents  of lhc eiii so cii-.v to becuile. Ilc'pass-  ed ihi-oiigh tunu.v phases of troort and  ei il I'm tune in the tiioiilhs lhat pillowed his arrival. I saw hiin from time- to  lini". now gorgeous now Poking like  n sweep' Sometimes he wne on ihe  eve of pulling oil -ome gigantic opeia-  lion: at others he was in the depths of  de-pair iintl lioniiiveil a soverlcii "i;:i  account" of the great fortune he meant  Kane liny to fotet' nn me: He evldeiuly  did not prosper In his sehciiii's of pro  ntniloii. I'.ui In* .-till hung upon ihe  frontiers of tinaiit-e. In the neutral, de  babible ground w lieu1 every man's hnml  I.s against Ids fellows and fttitik lulir  ii Ullage Is more or less the rule.  I wa-; Miiprl-cd to liud libit In the  west end, jtiid lold hiin so. as he over  look mo wilh (lit1 "llfili" (ih)bc in Ids  ha ink  "Hello! Hello! I'm lakiii- a holiday Those galoot.; e.i-iivaid won't  bile, and I ihoiulit I'd iriie inyscir an  nlrhm in ihe park Never e.ypeetcil to  See ,uiu." which iias.'i delibci.-'ie !'e. I'or  I bad teasm io know laier thai he hail  ciinii1 out for thai veiy pinpti-c "Set1  your name hi the papers I'lisuine It's  .villi? They've got the v ! Ie story,  d'lno fort line, young sir; line. Wish  you Joy."  I thanked him, not ovoreordlnlly perhaps: for the innn bored me, and I  guessed that his was only an enily attack upon my new found millions.  "Now, Captain Wood, I am dell'.'hteil  to have met yon, for I 111:1.1 be nolo tu  give you a little' advice. You will be  assailed on all sides. Yon capitalist!-)  are the natural giimo of tho promoters  (live tht'in a wide berth. There's a  mass of villainy about. Don't trust  them���������not a man of them. If you'ie  In any dillieulty, If you've got it few  thousands lo play with nt any time,  you come strait-lit to 1110. I shall be  d"li','hlod la si:\e you ���������I'or yourself,  mind, and for the sake at old limes,  lor I knew Dully McKntiuht well"  "Ah.   Indeed!     Toll   ine  about   I1I111  "Ion knew him"    I  was em-cr to hear  II me ol ihe 111:111 from 11 hum my  I'liiilgely tllievpcclt'd loitllllc llllil  Cllllll'.  want a sheepdog, and I guess I'm pretty Ily." ,        0     '  "You're very good. ' I shall renioiu-,  her, but I doubt my going just at present. 1, Now, I think I'll turn in liero."-  We 'were*passing the-portals of'my  e'lub, the Nelson and Wellington, commonly called'the N. ni'idW". , -  "This your 'shanty?"' Pretty smart"  place, I take it. Can they fling arMuii-  liattaii cocktail any?"  ' '  But the hliil was lost ,011 me. I had'  had'enough of Mr.'Lawford' and wished to bo well rid of him.  "Well, good.Jday,"'ho said. '-If you  change, your mind aboul crossing the  '-pond, bo stire you send for' me. But I  suppose Loudon's good enough for you.  It's a pleasant place, I reckon, with  the spondtiHcs 10 spend,', and, I "guess  you c-ii 11 have the best it holds' now,  If ll's'vvorth the buying.''.' Soo you next  lime." A 1 ( ' 7 ' ' '  / Cojild I? There was ono thing 1  hungered for keenly, and vvas by no  moans certain of scouring. "Lnwford's  chance1'words brought, it phonic to me  with much emphasis. .My'chief ohjecti  nt this time was to try how 'far one  fortune would'favor, me with another.  j'' How would I-'i-fdii Kairholmebt1 iilfect-  ed by lho news of'my great good luck?  I had been,asking myself Ibis iiiomun-  lous question ever since,! had sue'i^Mr.  Qiiinlnii     Al one time I'liopodnfoi-the  best, next miiuiont I was as greatly east  y ,    y - -  down.., N0117I. leaned against*. I he, railings in the. low. in.iin.y best hat and  frock ,eont. vvithiii biand new- llovver  in   my   biutonhoh*.   hoping  slie 'might  tec ine and lhat I r./glit got theit'liaiire1  ��������� .. _      ,4  ���������  of a vvord.y- < ,   "   "* "j'     *"  Bui she'neyor enme. and at lust I loft  the park, disappointed and diseon-  solate. and returned to my rooms to  dii'ss ytor diiuier. o Here some one  pit-ln'd |)ast 1110 just 11s I,,was lelliii'-  myself in with 1111 key; a mail meanly  lire���������ed. one of lhc poor waifs," as I  tliniutht. who so often infest street coiners' ready I'or any job . '  Tlieyinchlcnt Hindi* no partlcula' du*.  pres-ion'011 me al the time.'but it'was  bionglit home' to me as one link In 11  t'hain of singular events that >ve're  near at tin nil.        ,     ���������,              ,    ���������  CHAPTER  IV.     -  a  vtn.i.io.N.vitiu's riunx-ns.      /  1     i 1 , .  ���������'   Directly j. I   was1* inside  .lhc , house.  Savory handed me 11 letter from Law  ford:        , ,y~,   ''     '  !        .A  - ���������. - ��������� ,     '  Iloar Cainain 11 ood���������Wlicn I'left tou In 1'ict.i  tiiti.i. I un up .i^iinst sonic fiienils who ore ninth'  set upon'in.i'iiiijt tour acnii.iitit.iucc. Ihi'.i *ine tin-  Diitt* iintl Duchess of I letr.i S.i'.-iad.i Ik- is a  SiHiiish ilon. she. an^Ainoiic.in be.ua); .Sulfite  'll.\.Liter thc.i calledJtei in New Voik, ulu-re sin-  aiiiyiicr^faiinly^ytcreyiell acqihiintcil ^iulli_)������in_  uncle, Mr. llcl'.iuiclit. y ^ *  Won't .ton come to the opera to'ni^Iit to lie in  tioilucei! to tlio duchess? The,*, lic^ me to,.so  tint the'ir bo\ is Xo 27V, upon the pit lut  iihere the. will be entiiely detitcliled to reccm'  iou.* Send back a line ut tour early- couienienrp,  and oblige, lours tert  fntlifiilly,  , lie-i us \V. Luiioni)  I had no oiigageiiiuiils (linfnlght but  a couple of'balls, for noillier of vvliic-li.  after my disappointment In Die park. I  was now voiy keen.) Besides, I hud no  wish to be very late that night.   I saw  on my table an ollicial "box" sti.'ughl  from tho otlico and know that  ll con  t.ilncd tlie great scheme for ihe iiitiicli,  on  New  York,  which  was |.*fcired  lo  me   for   examination   and   report       I  meant to give it my best alleiilion  in  llio early morning boms ne-il day and  so, promised  myself lo gel  lo bed  be  times.     A   little   good   music   would  soothe me, I thought, so I wrote a few  lines accepting the Invitation and pro  ecedod to di ess. '  It was (hen, as I slood before life  glass In the window Unit gave upon,  tho street, I caught a .glimpse of I he  same forlorn creature looking up at  my house. Was il mere accident? Aft  er I had heard that day the smallesi  mailer all slid unexplained assumed a  certain import a life.  When I left (he club lifter dinner,  my ".shadow" was "(ill there. He  sank slowly and. as I thought, reluctantly out of sight wheu 1 entered 'I lie*  Mm- h%  mMmi  way lo tho box  where I7was hidden.  My. hosts-werd straugeis, and I rather  wished to-see  I.r.vviord' first,' iliat  he  might present me'to them In duc'foi'iii  So route!ed by one -of th(L.sidc way;  into (laystalls and stood there wntelling the audience for a liiiie.    ''  r'lu.tho midst of tills  I, became sud  donly nvvaro that a pair of bright pyc.3  'wore fixed upon  mo from another ill  reetion, aud I saw thaTI was an object  of Interest���������more of n" passing iiiicre.-t,  perhaps���������to a' vvell dre.-scd, chai-initiy  'ivoniau In a Uox on'the pit tier.        Ji  Then suddenly 'La wlVid^liiin In'd inc  on the* back',' sayin-,': ,  "Oh.'oh! So you are hero. Come right  (tlong! '.Let1 me picseiit .you 'to1' the  duchess. She's tulglull-, set upon see'  ing you," and he led ihe way along tlio  corridor, (o the,box  No, 2T.V.     ,< -  .\s wo got close to'it I s-ifw.lhe door  was ajar and1-!  was atirnclcd ihy-ijiy  sound "of voices talking Spanish, which  "d  know. ,Lavvford held mejlitiek.' possibly  fearing  lo-lie  itidi-creel' and , to  iutnido   upon   sonit\''laiuily   ipianel'  What  was said  did  not   iinprc���������  hiin,  porliiips, for 1 think he'did uui .linilcr,'  eland Spanish   "niOrVoicoAwcii*' laired ,  hlijh,enough  to  be'tplamly  audible  in  nuy one outside���������a'111:111'.-. coarse 11:1:-���������!������  and ' menacing; 'a - ivbuian's  in .reply  pleading,softly, yet flrinly.'       ' ���������  1 "You, know' the conditions and-in'i  me botitid to assist , The man ha- hei :i  handed' over lo  us     Iliyis out 'j: :���������:!���������,  our quarry.," What he,has mi:-t l.e u-.t -  ���������all of it, the whole vasi'l'ii;': ,un* "    ,  'i"l  would iiiitt'h'tailiei' be le!t (ii.i ���������;!  th'o business.,, 1 'ile.-pi-'e' m.i.y.'II  *^ii     1  -hate and  detest   the" pan-you   would  have 1110 play.    1   will  not-go tigaln-i  llllil."*! r"     '     ' '  "Sanetissimh    Yligcn!    7)i fci'tl   t".���������'  from a  woman's scruples''   -1   lejl .net  you must���������then* is 110 ii!:.*;:i.i:,.vc   Cab  tivatc   him.   win   his   i!cv-(ii.c.:i      Wh.i  not?   fie is"n comely yotuli (g'.mp'i e'ir  co);" you . have ^luaile   eye-   ai  "j.f'' *���������'_'  You must and shall     l'.i  hc:ii*:i   11   I  thought you meant lo p'ai  un* I '.'-e'  ,    lie   checked   liiin-i'll    tihu. itlv"',iu 1  willi'ihstiildei) peieiapioi.y "h   -'1 "a,:,I  came out to itivtle us m'tisi i-i*; -ti alii  1 1  ontorvthebox. u'l'lierc  wa- iiaililii*! t*i'  'shoiy -that   any 'ilillerem e  ol   (ipuun:i  hncAbut,.  just   aeitaicrt   it-  iVi upiAt  P.oih  husband and  uilc, weie  -i'ii  11 ���������*  sweet i'i To he  duke's  vn!ci.  t'. ��������� ^w-i-- -i  s'niall, ,'spare nlaii.  with gli-.-iinbi^'yi, *  and glistening teeth  111 (!n- d.i ���������'. ul.i ���������  'fiicei was now sn suii'inil^ti.id - ''-.;._ t!���������"*i'  I   could   not   in'iaguiiy il.ai, '!   v 1-  i'  same  I   had  lie'nrt jii  -m-h J.n.'-lii'ti1"!'  rasping, angry tones v, ID- m ':i..ei  1 ,.  was  full of lhat  1 .uu. iP'or'- li-ru ie,���������,!'������������������  ^that goesyivitli ihi'-limh->i hicol nt *���������-  the blue blooded '(but c ,  ���������.  TheMady (it  ivti- site w'.\i i-.ul  '  staring atoincr-ai  11011   p-"'.i   y.  .,  and   self   controlled"  71 a, , 1 ,-u   1  trace of emotion, nboiii hei ;t- -')-' y  coined me, with  uitiikcil .ii.'i :;.   in 1.  plc'ii-.-int and make me led if  I-r "���������  The eiitr'nclc v.-.*.- 11 t u 1' i* ' 1  the duchess -11 cpi  aside to give i:n- n  the fiont ot bo I i  full view of ihe 1  P;ii; holiiit' inelii.'.c-l  "Why   Captain   v  kind    ol  you " -'ic  iu ibis, 1 n forma I  wa  of   your   iicci'ss'o:)  .I-'auglit's loi luue.  I  (0   llll'l'l   .1011      Vi'e  no?-well,    ytint     n l..i.'i e  Kalight was a  friend el  1       I  (he old days   < 1  11. ,0   I ���������  sell', bill  I  have ol'.i n������l.. a   *     1.   ���������     <  speak ol  him ^iiiil ill      11" '  Will yon let inc i-..:;y -u ���������' -     < -  Pepo"-lhl-   wa-   tn   I'.'r   ,','1     Ji ,  you coiigiaiiilaicil Ci.pta :i  \ ei.f-    ,  course you have."  "Es eliii-o-ol cDiirsi* - 1 l.ii'f.v Hat  Ca|)lahi Wood is one of il.e .-hi. I .1;  fortune's lavorlles IP.-.i 11 in".e un-  senor mlo. you have al-o ei.t.ie i':,n  great trouble. Vast wi tilth 1- a in  rible burden: lo u^e li aiiglu I- a  grave responsibility. I'-pei-nil'i - 1  when���������you will pardon me. ('iipi.-i'ii  Wootl-lt has coiiie'iuiih"-erii'I '  "I'.ui, I'cpe, lids' not fait pi s-i.i thai  Capialti Wood wn-! a rcl.iiloii he l-.nl :���������  riglil 10 Inherit."  "I only 111 c,*i 11 that Captain Wnoil  (lOt'S   IK.I   klinw,    pi-iibillili     will    lii-iel  know,  vvlii-tlit'i- Iheie  wen   mil   nil   Willi ijTi'llter el.'iinis moi,.I <-l:i:i:t- I  mean���������011 Mr. Me I"nit^lii 'I'liai ihurg'u  would always lankle wish tne \,i,i,i  I wotihl railicr it ivus jou ihan mi'"  "Do noi lei hiin dlsliu b you mi ilcii  Capialii Wood 'The duke ha- i.uli, 1  extreine views In theoiy. bin he I ::i 1 *.-,���������'���������  7 - "Credit'lost is like  a broken glass." -> 7  It's Makers'dare not  discredit what-'cost so'  much' to  establish,  viz:���������'    "   ,;  The , wide' reput-i  ation,"' and'' standard'  value of���������' " ,  ''The'Slater Shoe"  0.  "���������joodywrV/tllcd" ,  ,* , ,; AP  B. HUME. & CO!0-" ;  Sole Local Agents  ,VV ing'Chung's newly im-    '  ported 'stock''"of  Chinese '  and'J'apanese goods.**    -   "  The best assortment ever1''1  landed   in;" Revelstoke .of,  useful *'and  article's: ,','',  A~ , Kloivoi- Pots'*"  :,,- (y Unibi'C'll.i Stiintls  ������5.00/^et&ard.'i*. Offered,  ,  by the Kootijn-.vy Mail tb the paie"! up subscriber who '  ' '. ��������� '  fil'at 1  lines  I J  to he Most Ejpfecti-Ve vPy^d-Verttsement  I ' ' ' ,', <'.-,' 4,  r   "appeai-ing in our  colniiuis dining  ll?e month of .fanii.iav.'lOOH.  Tlintiiclvei-tiseii.eii twill In- considered the winner which receives  ���������  Ihe liirgest nimibi'i of votes. ,       t  /The contest will close on FVIiriinry'lOlli. ' A 'a*', '  Competilors  will   please  clip out the attached ballot paper,'fill  '     in, and address to the Kootexay M.ur, Office, Revel.-toke,  marking on the.lop left couiectif the envelope "Advertisement,  " conlesl," so that it liiay.not lie opt'iit-d   till lb-*  dale of closing  ���������    the coinp.'Litioii. , , "*��������� f '        ' ",  The u'hiilt'will he aiuioimced in oiiiossue of Puhi-narv 13th. ���������,  .GRAZING'REGULATIONS',*;  For Manitoba, the -Northwest > Terri-  L tofies-and the Railway Belt'in,  ���������A   '' ���������   British Columbia.   '       ,    -  COWPOJV.  -c  "ornamental  , (. '  T6a'>.ci-vict;s  Plate-.-  - H.i-ltel-.  Cane Chairs  Handkerchief'  -' Ijiinuli Baskets  Sinokiiiic.liickels  , Silk Clooels.  GOLD Infill     ���������    ,-    *7  i J'-inest stock of canihts .uitl fruit in ton n ���������  Front Street,  Revelstoke  hei   -  .'  '.    11 li-  , huh  ie  i.'id*.   1  '.!,-  In".::!!!  ..  1       H,  '.  I.i    u  .,  v. a -  i  ���������  l.lll'VV  1  : /--BUTCHER.    -  ��������� "--'.. : ���������' _       ,        "- .,  Retail/Dealer Ins4mnn2*^^>"  - j I BEEF,    PORK,  ���������; "_ .//'MUTTON,' Etc.  - Fish and Game in Season.,'  " |     All oi dors promptly filled.     'A c  REVELSTOKE," EL C", SS"^^?  I hereby vole for the advert ist'iiient of ..,..' '     .,     '*'     ',  ' ' .       , '        . 4 '       '' A   *        , ' 1      ' 1   1 '-,-���������" .-   ���������: '    ��������� ��������� appeal itig1 in  the ICootexav JIAiL'of Wn'-1  , v*- * *        '        !c,     '     r   y-'    i ,      * , ���������������  nary .......'.., 1003, as iii,uiy opiniiui the', most e'llVctive iidverti<eiiieiit  '*!,,,,'  ! ���������       * , , *"������������������ * ���������*   "  in yoiir coluiuns.4   ���������   t1 &   ,.      1~     ���������     i.        ' ' *",,*���������  -      '       ',���������'/'   r<N.inii. ". " 7. '     ,T<A>  ,     ,   -r a _    '   _,  ,,,, /- , ��������� i .4--        > e . i-i  -1    " i       r ���������     .-Address'....-;....;. y     ���������"'      .   7  Ife'-jW-."-!  .*/J>B5inHW-Mil������S������^^  ",'IvING   liDWARD". JOOOo.' "  ������������������HRADLIGIIT," 500s.  '^'aGLI^," IOOo"and 2(J()S.   v >f  A "VICTORIA,"   A1 * "'    '* ''  - ,"LITTLJ!l (JOJUST." * *      ,  FOR  SALE' EVERYWHERE.  tt<  '-   Are "the best'.thatvcan be 'bought." ' -  -- '     t. -,       *,- l< <    '   '' ''  ADon't experiment with" othenand inferior brands.-  y,'.<>   \,  " -U"SE   E33I3^-:S" ,-   -y  - ,4, 1  I-ca-et. for grazing purpo-es are is=ue-d 'for n >  term   e-t ui'enly-oiie yeitr-. nnd the rental is.it,  tlic-rnU'oI two cenl-nn acre per annuni. pay-  atileli.ut }early in advance.       i ,  .-      , ,  1.(1111!-" liicliuloel in a gmdnt; WnJe may be  vviilKlin'MUfor honie."tc-(.d entrj', saloorrail-  wav ptirpti-l'., but no rental is charged on such  land-, ti oui thc date upon ivhieli thevare ivilh-  diaivnfruin the ien-e.      L '   ,       ,  X le--eoof frr.t'/iiig lands U not entitled to tho  hay tln-reon, bin !,e am:,-, upon application to  ,tnc- agent of Poininion Lands, obtain eacluvear  ihu (ir-t permit to out on ,hi- leasehold whatever quantity of hay lie may require for his  ������"'l-11-e- tree of due-, thedepartinentre������eriing���������  t,lie'i*:'.'l)t to i-^ue permits to otherapplicants. a  " Anplic.ttion- for grazing !en.Jes should be  made to the;secretary, Department of the In-,  tun or, Ottawa. ��������� ,        i������       ,,      "  __ c   ','       x     ,       li. G. KEVES,  ������ " _  ���������      .j.Secretary, Depai'tnientof.lhe Interior.  'I  -V  0^0-0-0<)<^-OtOhD--OKK><><HD<^^  j   cSanitary  plumbing, Hoi  ,   -*-Water & Steam Heating.  Second Street, -Revelstoke-  Fruit andtOrnamental Trees  Greenhouse and Hardy Plants  Garden, Field and Flower Seeds  for Full and Spring Plantitifr.  CUT FLOWERS  for Balls, 'W.-cldinits  Uliurcli Uecoialioiia  Fun era I -Dt^iciis. ���������  1     7J- LAUGHTON, Proprietor,   *  REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  This hotel .is now open for the accommodation tif Ihe tr.twlline;  public' It is (he most, conveniently silu.iLed hotel in the cily, lieinir  ,-it (be corner of Fiist* Street find Con iiitiicli I, Ay-tine, in tin- iie.ii tot'  the luwiue-.s pui'iioii of lho cily, eoiivciiieiit lo' railway -inlion ,'ind  [lost office.   , ^    " A  First Class Accommodation and Table. ' A  Best Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. A  6<KKKKKKKHKKK><K>^<^ OOO-O 0  Sl'S.   " Archer"- or Sy 8.   " Tlardcau." " *  i    --        "4. ,        _   '     fi - ^ - -  ,    .������      r-  Itiinning  be'ttieen   Anowheiid,   Thornson't-,,,  Landing .mil Comaphv, commencing Oct. nth,  1WII. iv ill -.11] as follovia (ncat)ier permitting): ,.<-,,  ���������LctiAe  Ari-ovihend   for  Thomson's   Landing   f  and l.Om.iplix Hi ice daily at,r10k. and lok., -  Leave Coniapli-c and Thoni-on's Ijindingftr  Arron-nead twice daily at 7.15k. and 12.15k.     '  [-Making c!o-,e connection^  with   all C. P. R."  traiii-i^aiiel boatA��������� "-i; -,. ���������--   ------   "  The .owner's reserve the right to change'times /'  of sailings without nonce.       ' * '  TlIK-KltED H0B1NS0X LUMBER CO. LTD.,  ,   '     _. f.' nonixsox.   ,, t  ,      '-      f Managing Director,  "GOEAN STEAMSHIPS   "  ,    ,     1    . Royal Mall Lines. *        ��������� ",  Cheapest'Route to^the 01d"Countrj"-    /"  ,'   -   ALLAN" UNE-From'St. John. ',  roiii.iliian7     *.' r . '  \.     .     . A .   Dee. II  Pictori.m       ,-      .*.,..      .    'Dec. 20  P.u-isiiin       -  1   ���������      -      -i,-      -      -   Dec' '8 ^  IJ.ivanan   '    ...     .      .      ..    v  1.        Jai'u'.l '  DO.-UI.VlOKiLrs'K-Froin Boston."..  .\terion      ���������      -      -     .'-*���������..,.    -Dec. 10������  '/���������'I'.'  "\  {' 'A  1, i  ,r-  -i.;  ������������������DO.MIXION LI.NK-  (.���������olonian  C.iliforiiian '  I*  Krom Portland.    Dec. 20  l ���������      -', -1    -,'  -       'Jan. 3  UKAVER IilXK-Krotn St^John. ' ftf. '  [-akc Mcgantic -, -, - ,-^-v - Dec. 11-  Lake eiutinpUiiii / - -! . ' - Uec. 19  Mqiiterey ' - , - - rt ���������, -��������� - Dee. 2G  Lake Ontario ��������� ��������� t- "��������� - *- Jan. 2  - ^AMERICAN LlXE-KromXcvv York, v  ICen-ington-     ���������"     -.'.,-.,.       Dec. 0  Philade-lpia" -      -  Dee. 10  rit. 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Put yiui lutil  t) be with him, nut a^ainsl him lie  liiade sonic men, I111L lie I'liined iiiui'e-  Mock, lock iintl bal'i'el. II don't litalli r  In yen iiii.ihoiv 11 hei her he piled up  the diilliiis 011 dead ineii'i. h-ines nr robbed the 'iilnbs. (liiess you can licc/.o  till In u ItilMie KilHiered."  I laiiyheii a IIIIU1 uneasily; but, tiller  all, wlin ivas i'iIm I.iiii 1'iii'd, 11111I 11 liy  idieiiild I cure I'm* viluit besiildV ll nits  pinbtibly iiiilriie.  "Will you be kuIiik "vci* lo (bid's  eaiinlry any Mine Htmii, Cnplilln Wnuil?  V.'Kli jtiii'd liike 1110 vi.llh .vim.   You'll  Ha 1 ory handed men letter /rom /.eiic/oreZ.  hansom and told Ihe cabby to drive to  Coicnl < Im (It'll licmeiiiht'l'lllg Mr.  Siiii.vscit's coniiiiiitilc.-iilnii bill a few  lioius hel'ore. till.-, is-iiloinuce eaust'd nit*  suiiic luieasiness Yet il was done so  clumsily that I half believed (lit1 fellow  wished nil her to ailiact ilia 11 escape  my noiico. Of this I had soon a clear  proof.  When I alic'liled 1*1-0111 the cab just  short of the eiiliiiinaile appioile-h of the  7pcra  Iioiim'.  I   saw him,  hoard  him,  just at my elbow, having transferred  himself there by the same 111y.it.-rlotis  process that brings 11 tout all the1 way  I ruin a railway station to your fiont  door lo unload the luggage.  ������������������Don't lake no more cabs, i-iiv'nor,''  he whispered hoarsely In my ear, and  neM moment he was gone. Who had  sent him In such a roundabout way lo  lell 1110 this? Who, Indued, had set  hiin on to natch 1110? It must have  been a friend, of course, and I gave the  credit to iilr. Smiyzer. They were evidently smart people, Messrs. Saraband  iV. .Sons, when theie1 was a chance* of  business coming their ivay.  The night una not over *,et-a nltjlit  nf thill; (hilngi and inie.vpliilned inyi-  terles, all nf which stciiiid to eenlei iu  me. I could not ipiile believe-11 h.v  should IV���������that the senilis of eniivei-n-  thin 1 was now to overhear icferit'd tu  lite, And yet, bad I been gifted with  M't'inid sight��������� had I, Indeed, been iiime  alli e lo the warnings I had received -  I might have been spiueil much misery.  I'.ut I nm 'iiPli'lpatlng.  When I reached Ihe npeia Ihe act  drop was ilniin, 11111I I iliutiglii 10 cnst  II hull, (ill  Ihe llnllse helole I  tl.lt(It' IIH  that vv en llli is 11 en Iih Allhoii'.-b wi  have "io ui.st iiorc. he would be s'1117  to surrcndei- It."  We got very friendly, iiultc conl'idon-  tial, tosclher, she and 1. a- ive uilked  on, letc-a-lete. the dtike having gnne  off somewhere with I.iiw-ford  "Of coiuse you have not yri lasted  the joys of posses-dea.    Il Is all very  (  tiovv to you still."  "I h.ii'ii.v 11 ������������������' , ��������� :i 1- " ' o; v , v  1 sU.nll do v. ; , i    '  "Y-H-.i I i "i I ��������� r.(���������--,. 1 .-���������) i,n 11.���������-,)!.  believe 11.c. v. .11 1 e in k ,, .1 ,.:; I ir  tune." She -pike very g.aiil.v, lo iking nt 1110 inn ntlj over l.er fan "Half  tho world will be >n h.-i-'iie 10 rob you.  Ah, but ye-.. I am in eiiincst: Yon incii  fall nn 1 in,ally mlo three classi's���������  rogi!o������. foul-, and policemen."  "And to ivli.eh, piny, do I belong?"  I asked lightly, not taking this bitter  remark at all seriously.  "Not lhc Iii.st. I am -lire: it would be  n bad compliment to say the second,  hut If you were vvl-f, you would certainly become the ihiid. A whole police  force* in ,\i.ur pay would not be* too  many to protect :��������� on."  "Are you in earnest':*" I said, suddenly sti'iic'i with soiiiotlilr.;- in I'or  eyes. '  "Very much so. Captain Wood. IC 1  wore a I'i lend, an old friend, let us say,  I would counsel you, strongly urge  you, to he eon-t.-iiuly on your gtiiiid,  very much on your t'li.'.-d."  A- -he -puke :i deadly pallor over-  "-plead her face, which was high colored, a- is ofl 1 u -"('iii In icr.i fair hailed  women, even when Mill (pilte young.  Her liu-lnnd hud returned silently. I  might liaio -aid stealthily, and .she  lit-t had (.'night sight ol him Mnndlng  there1 behind me, Whi was she llniH  tcirilled'!' Ih cause ihe I'lke hud heard  her lasi w.mi-''  To lie emit hun d.  .Sub-cube   .NOW foi lb-  M ,1  M. J. HENRY,  300!)   Westminster   Road,   Vinicuiivei  Wihti: L.iuoit Oxr.v.  For (li^l elu���������, leather ivi-ile  B.C. Leather Co.  Vancouver, B. C.  Ili-lli-li Cnliiiiiliiit Agents for the oi'lelir-iti'il  "PENETANG" Sole Lciillii'r, ("ill Soles anil  llci'l Piece-.  Iliu-iic"��������� l.e'iilhcf", Hi-idle. Siuldlo nnil Skirling Lcatlii'is. Luue and l.iligo Luithei'", Up-  per heal lit'is of nil khnl-.  .Miuiufiicliirei's of (Jlnsed Uppei-, nf nil  tIesuii|)lioiis.  Slinciniikoi".' Tool- .'ind Findings, Siuhlli'iy  Nitidiviie, Hides nnil Oil-.  Tun thousand licet-kin- Winded.  I'dialogue- and price I i-1-on application.  P ATP KITQ    Tra(lom*'ii'l<s  rt   I   LIN   I   O    and Copyrights  obtained in nil countrics.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney-  .Mechanical     Engineer    and      Diiiuglilstiiuti,  Bank  of  li. X. A. Building-, Hii-tiiig- Struct  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  BEVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly   built.      First-class in every respect. '    All modern convenience.--.  - v *    Large Sample Rooms.  Rates $1.50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under   same   manao-emeni.  <fa(faefa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(farfa(fa(fa(fatfa  tKOOTENAY HOUSE   COMAPLIX =^rA'-^r  (fa  f$7  fi>  (fa  (fa  (fa  (fa  (fa  (fa  Is Now Open for Business     -     The Best House in Town.  Well Furnished    -    Good Table.  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  (fa  rfa  t*>  (fa  rfa  rfa  rfa  rfa  (fa  evil  WHITE STAR MXE-From N"eiv York.  .''eiilonie      - Dec. 10  ���������-'J mi-ie Dec. 12  Oceanic,    , - ��������� Dec. 17  .Majestic   -       -  ' Dec. 21  Cclll''   -      ���������, Dec, 20  Germanic   -      -      .      .      t      .      .    Dec. 31  CUXAHL) LI.VE-  tiinbrl.-i      -  l.ucuna   ....  L'tiu-ia  ,     CC.VARD IJJCE-  Ulliuri.i      -  Ivei inn 1 -  Sylvan i.i      -      -      .   >"  From Xew Y01 k.  ���������_   -    7     Dee. 13  Dec. 25  -  Dec. 27  From  Bo-ton.   Dec. 13  - , y      ���������      ���������       Dee. 27  -   ' -      -(    -      -    .Ian. 3  l-ui-encers ticketed through to all parts' o������  eire.it Britain and Ireland, and at -pecially low  rate- to all parts of the European continent."  Apply to ne.tre-t r.tilnay or steamship agent t r  to     r  T.   \V. BItADSHAW,  Agent,  Rovelfltofce.  V/. P. F. CUMMINGS". Pacific Ag-ent.  Does Youp Food Distress You ?  (&>(jp (fa r$> (tip (fa (fa (fa (faffa (fa (fa (fa (fa rfa f$b (&> (fa(fa(fa(fa(fa(farfarfarfarfo(fa������<lt  A  po-leiii'd   will -ei'iue nn cietiinj  iiiftit for Uiei-.e 11I10 e.tiiiinl call iiiirin;  : itiipolnl  ; tlio ditj  PELLEW=HARVEY,  BRYANT    &    GILMAN,  Vancouver, B. C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mil  Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  Checking Smelter Pulps a Specially.  Have You a Doubtful Piece of Rock?  We'll Tell You what it Is  FREE OF  CHARGE.  tX.  ribly furnished vvilh  the choicest the market  affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors,  Rates $1 a clay.    Monthly rale.  ALBEET      STOIC-TIE,      PEOI  & C igars.  One Block from CPU Dopot  anil Sftoamyboat Wharves  Ito furnlaliod and Re-modeled  Rates $1.50 to S3 jior day  Ate you nt rvou������?  I10 you feel older than vou used to?  Is your appetite poor?  ' ,  Is youi   tongue  (oated   with  a slimy,  yellowi-h fut?  Do you have dizzy spell?? '  Have you n had ta-le in thc ino.ith?  Dm-  yiiiu-  food   come npafter'eating,  11 iih .1 -our ta-te?  Ilnve you ,t seti-.'ition of fullne.-s aflet-  t'.tting? i  Do you liiive heai ibiirii?  Do ymi belch gas or wind?  D.) vou li.ive t'sc-i--ive thir.-t?  Do you i.otiee   black -peeks before the  eye-? *      ,  Do you have* pain 01 oppu'-sionuroiuicl  lliv liearl?  Dm��������� vinti he.ut palpitate or  beat, ir-  ti'gulaily?  Iln you have implt'ii-aut ilreams?  Aie you ciin-lip'ited?  De. vniir liiuh- 11 einble t.r vibrate?  Are vou ic.-tle��������� .11 nighl?  XAMK   .\ge     Oeciipation   Steel number   Ton n .State   If you have any or all uf the above  -v inpliiin- you piobahly Imvi' Dyspep-  -1.1. Fill in lb.' above blank, send tn  11- and lie will mail you a free Lri.il of  PKI'SIKOLA T.VBI.IvTS���������iiiieni.'slii.n-  .ibly tin- siiie-t and s-.if.--t Dv-.-p.-psi.-t  c-iiit- know n-logeiher with eiiu ltttle  book���������"Adv ice Io Dv-peplio-." Hppu-  l.u \.*-/i' I'.'p-ikola Tal.lel-, 2o t-e'tit?, by  in,id. nr nl yoni di itggi-t.  AGENTS WANTED.  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - 'Vancouver,  B. C.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with alt Modern Conveniences.  [9<  THE LAXAKOLA COMPANY,  I.) Yi:m;y.Sti:i:i:t SKW YORK  > n  H  ers  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  F.    Bo   WELLS,  Exporter of Furs.  Rooms iu Suites tuilli Bai lis and   Toilets alta< lied, Jloxt.'iii������ Hut  and Cold Water, ///side Toilets 011 each Jloor, (las Lighted and  Steam Healed Tli roitg lioitt.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       ���������        GOLDEN, B. C.  Cook's Cotton Eoot Compound  3i   Is Fticer"fully used monthly by over  ���������rW.OOOI.adie-.Stifc.olTootunl. Ladicsaslc  ���������<. your druggist forCook-e Colloo Root Com-  , pound. Tate no other, as all Mlxturei, pills and  [ Imitations are dangi-roni   l'rle-o, No. 1. Uper  ^=i,>to;i51',I0d<"K.-(*('-ii.tronK'*r,������perbox. No.  I 1 or 2, mallet! on roe. Ipt of price anil two 8-eent  ' "iiil':-'   a ho ,Cook Coiiipi.ii.i- Wliitlsor, Ont.  ptf.Mii. I nnd 2 "old and n-eoinmcuded by all  reJiionslblo Urugflsts lu Cauada.  Sn. 1 and .So .>,r, ^,1,1 at, J rout I.-iko by K.  1. Ah .1.1111 I .1! li, ��������� ,:.|i,l,. |,\ VV. lien.. .). A.  Villi, i- .'c ( ,. ,u,l 1 an nlii lini���������- & Hook Co.  Uruggi-*.-.  J. H. YOUNG,  Proprietor.  Best brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this Hotel.  M&Pzyj������a^l\      ''''"' (7rc'-i Tiunlith TJcmtdy.  ^vi?*!W^H     So'd nn<1 recDiiimcn-lctl by nil  ivpyx   2) drugglnu i,i Canada, Onlyrell-  /yor2>>sA<yalile' mcdicl'ie dlstove-cct.  Six  t" ������v1i,it-)'c44*'Mc/,/77c, i/turantettl to cure all  tormaot .Sexual We-al:ne������i, till e (recti of ahuoo  orcxccsn, Mental Worry, "-.xcepslvp use of To-  bacco. Opium or Stimulant*. Mailed on receipt  of price, ono package 51. six. f8. OncrriU ijtcase,  tUWMuirc. I'-im-iliJew free to niiy atldresa.  iho AVooU Coiutiaay, Windsor, Out.  VVoo:,''' I'iii.-.|-itoiiiM: li -nlii In Hovc-l-to'i-  by I .iiiiid 1 111 ug ,ic Honk Cn . .1. A. .Mllli-r .*v: ( 1.,  'V'.i. ���������."���������'" *,"'"1 ''J' Kraiihil*. Aboy nt Ttout  1.111.0, iirngght.-. i'jV  'U '     '  """'
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X App Miiii litis':!1*) i-Kpy ii i iiCirp7y.nf,Spyj piyyji
y;y7\viil iiiiiirii 1 bciiutifu'l/l^icturc
77A sizci lOxSOi Ape for: 25 W ni PlieriySyyAr
:7a : for;'a:eivtiilbguc'fofa preiiiiiiiiis7;y'y
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; A^AlSl i-alui iViiAvil i^iiav&y'ijfyii'psjiipny
c^ii al h'c7;i2ucl^^94?^��1' syu'tT,; Ay i-ro vv Ji1 cu clCyy
#iK u t;se:Mciviti iioii')Apfi7^
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ay,M r7;E7iTay l'bifii ii d yMrs^fej iiTiiy Ipy
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���dfyyi-teveis tolipyl i u s yy p^^ cclyyAvy 1 -a v\yyy^ li bdy
;?ii iftyArh) l.t irpri j g A,y MP^PApAAAppAp^pyp^gA
"in pu li h 'syfyi 3 j'!0&i��g^
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y\\''i;n<^iesteivyhii^ybecniiipppiiitcd Arch^:
:,bjsiiqp.ipfyGijiii!yci-biiry7.yyy y "Ay'yA'7y
iiaTllea ii ii^aget Abfiiialhiciaiil'-ypcatl jet] n; 11
,Cii igiir yy'sj ieii tyyiiilfeiviuaysyitiy^oiviyyiii.
if 11 if l>eg i ii'n i n gi!b f i'ti i cy ii^ee Ic. 7 -^a. ay'^7 ���;
:7; ji i-s7. ii); ���JLcCiirth 'y :yleft;i'fpt;:t^Icoiisty
tli is;ivceli tp.'.-u udei-go yii ii* opoj-iitibii ;fpr
���.tilipbsecleiijjbci; of-the breasty; :,y,yyyyyy
7:yNbiili"A,i)r;ilianisQn, yofyTroiityy'l-iike,
-'coiiiitAfy'li(iuiiiaiiain.yty; Ayy7ayy8-:y;,y
on   yfitiiitbi<A ovenilit? .nfcywliich tluii-e
.' u ,i V joy ji 1j. ' P,- c vci i > i'i. y :si P.ci i tVyu -;'Ay./f'.; 7 4-. ��� i.sv '��� i ,���-���'-_-: ���-
l.phinspnyd.ini.lieiApbiiijiiinK^-nyi1! ilt
ivv i ii t c rii e v e if fne.;: resort ..fl iis yseii sqiV-tlijiii;
1 i y lia^ia* vef ;7T iceii:A77ri i(.yf jin blje;yyii;e
stieii'gootli"ma i lagenieiityAIesSfsy^lfy-I-;
v 1 lb ii r h o7ii n (lp):7l A i^lceii ty gc 11 i n gygreat?
credit' 'frphiiipalrbiisyafpiyt lieyyvayyain;
iii-11 i el ii 11 ieyii I oo If i iii t(f i-7 i 17 A'Jl j "e ya ca iy
h ival; i 1 i el di i i oi T7* \V'ed'ii e'iscl :i y !*; vyiis^'o ney, of
'' yi;il:iici y's'cbstuineyIs,tyiNI iss'yAiicleiyspny
I i* isl ]iii an 77' A y';rA yyAAy yyy.A 7 Aal'tyy-y
7aXlie7y:l ii|epeiid.eivt?��
^ce' 11 civ tf iri'ti s i cAy Ay 7; ,y A ^yyyyyyy yyyy:
AppTlipAiol ibiiy i ii 'g^ vbrciaS S ri ieyo f a (yh -Qy: J,i) os ti-
ij, i-oi ii i ii civt/: cos t ii u i &s :7 ,;7 J|Spgij ;:7 ysy
:K h'ii Ic i pii I i ss M r ii jpiry liyi i iyy-pliyalidy
gciitieiiJiiii ;iy5l:iss7i;Q81cm
d?fi licc^s ;y,y icySVi^
"urnvcr'ySl issGs77j3rBvviiAyu
yl^heayna uiig&inftn t ;yar^iirr;ini|i'jig.;a;
ivvaiiii'uibra cie!7c it nuva j 7;fpi;WySyyjjbldyiny:
.^      iockeyy,:p|-ii;cl,ile:ypf;:;th"e:
in* 1 iieiiyliyicIuiJiy .vtusyfPf ni(Kl'y:a:i;d.77lie
folloivingacillii&rsy elbcleii yyallbiibrary
:'prf^"i'i i"Vi's 1 i"O'cl'��� i'i 1 aiy'-.itVi���;I?,:, 11"ify ci -'ii Q -: iipi'ip'iv of.
id uivo Ai7lt>;e7^te771 eiiriiy7*1b(j roi-o'A Idiioyyciiu1'
yjAiir v. i s ���' vv a'sy i 't i j a red: ���Ayy.y y Y.^yyiYYAAy
iii' ii tlyiS if-i myS7'i^i7s\vcC'5s^if uT, So.t ri ijc tliyt oi-^
7y;aj7:.l;liAU pbii'isb iviiifet'iiy S7i\\:(i!.lcci777
Pi7;it pDo uAl !t|Aiiieet|i7i ii y|A7tJi;.BneiA:A
:|yp|)oiyi i ie7iii"dc'te;Al:.yliyp r<i'f,|aji7iy
^ii^7Ki-!ac.:#cii.tA(;tiv!il liuiiAI^-Oyljrockr
"fe^ A.lS.lifc/ii iio (1 ��1^*-^ 7:'^\.^^^'^oi;-i .<-f^i-"f ^y; ;;yV; ^:
iii-'AB ui-iif s-f Cv.pPprP'i h lciii ,iuf MlAyMfe:
Aid7Soeietyyivill;7;be;beltliiiirtiie  OQiiiiipii^, )):iy-yb(iiqj 1 n\>i^oiiitccI fprcul:t n
of'ANAGaivaiV'isyiiiiii a ty^!*biit7l,iilcc.
'""���. Tlie��� Tiiul ies ������ Aiix iI ia ry y are7 working
liai'ti toiiiiikeyiiabigysuccessapf theaball
���to--':.l>"e" - lieltlyaiiiaaicloi the libftiiitiU on
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WA ilvdyiev ibivcti yii ieywprl-Cjdptipybytliey
Iblipwi iigliprpgni jii m��-Si\|ifiQ{^'liS''*4
���Spiigjiiirii Gdbiy;7#lic-yH
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;o f y tlieyiStji tc iii si;.i,pi fi\& j Py ii j'bgft (i i )i! ni^);
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iii'���.11 ic' upst-aiirsipbftipiv:""p'F-AVy^lcjifijig's
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tediiiiiVl ii-yquaiitityyixif^clothiiig. iind
-fii'"h'iK'urc7:"dt��tr65"eth'7y-,'*'/iM.iio.r hQii'sc'/Svils
01 tii iviV:f or ;if oOOy :7 iy 11 i cl fyiv illacovey tl i e
iujiiry to tiie bu'ilditig aiKlSrr.Flciiii'n.g
estimates hisi;ipss!7atAitiibther'.;*f200 ki
P& 1 Ijs i bnftod: i va|icli^mM
iui clXtl ie-i* eiig iiieeiyyolyyexjitt
iii iy i raisavvct-oy lei f I o< |-:7L:;aA/i: i iiyesso i i gpiyl^eiy;
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���ni'uii iciipii l7filect;jpiis;yybsierd jty y'71>pssj
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y7|y:i,v*:y,i\ i'i 11 eivvSsv Goyyy.yyjy^yy^yyyy
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Tie rt tl ^ rsr ft^: a7L ice n sei;;t o y G u ty T iiii Uerypiiy jy7Sayy
ilei-ftif Timber lli)rt.liyNo.::i-ii,ylo. hoyopened einyiyyy,
thu lll.li diiyol' l*'ebi-uitr.v,l!lli:i.ivill be received at: :YYy
tlio": 11th -Kiibi-iini-yaiicxty ror,:iL! license lo-'ciit7"y7.��-H
���aiid iSi'lliinsce.-iYi'Vestof llie-atlriUoriiliunyoiiBJayyA-
vl.he easlei'lyvi?iile^fyi<'i-ihyei'i!ek:a.;Cotiiia(,|iehigy:yayy
el irtl.iiieio,' ivillif in ilcplliol" It) c!liiiins:on,l.lieciist.yy7yy
;, 'riie I'ee'iilittiaiiSiiiidor-'ivliieli'ia /lleeuse. ivi)l.y ataa-:.:
yliej'-:is.^(ieel;a 11Wbii>rii)ttiit Cpnii of t(Tii(16i-.''iiii(l';"cii:~��.,j-!.iJ'uf;
velopo. ni'.V'Iio obtitineiPiit. this I)e|iiii'liiieiitn)':a;;*y7y'-
���ii'tftlieyoIllceybC. t.he'yGi'owiiyi'hiibinyAgent iity7Ai:y
���SKaeli teniler itiust"bei'tieeciijjniiniecl;-l).v'.iiii tifeyy'-���������������-.-,���'���-
;cbpt.e'il,:eliec|Uo;oii:::i eliiirttii'eil l)iiiilt':iii;fiivoiii-..::,*:.?
ill' (.lieilepi'it.y.fir^lliejtjliiiistiji-yejfitlitiV>1 iVtei-ioi-,yy
r.or:t.lie'iinioiiiit,of ;i.he?.lioiiusy:!vliicli ;tli'e>yii|iiili;:y,
'cnii|yis"liroi".ai'oii:i,d liiiyyfor. a:'lit'.eiiKc:a^yyyyyyrfgyy
���raNu teiiileiybyyte'legriipli!,will;Iioeiite)'l.ahiu(l.::v,y'
;y:a:?y7vyyy|yyy .y,,;, J51. [���:,- yyW ,c K Y^-gyy^y yy;
::��a::OUiiivii:y.laiiuary'���!!nil;:l!l(IM.-.ft: .'i;S-/:;i��,'i.iS:ve��t
7 i^yii Aivei i jiiviy1'ni;;1 *-
y-ti ii iys i lyeiyi S $.'.(���]).��.
7oiii��. m .iriineSi i'ii S|
't I ii'odi i ^,i oil syiijja) IJK:
al iiiAinliiit, o^jiniiiilft,
:ySy f 1 i l'i.ioy v:i jiie A;7 a;y
-���Nt)ti(!(i i-Sliereby
I.);i K.yVbungi: imuiairingiilinyetor -of I
ie"s.Vsluiola::Aijieiter: Gohipaiiv-.y.liifej
,i*     77,. l-rrrr'ru'e'ii    t)i't\-ehteel
all (in  I Innsilav y _������ ���,;��������� i-
Week    li ' i)   (i;'M.7 I'l'o. A'.'iilei'.-oii ..v.   ...     .   . ,<��� .������,.      .....    ....
iiteiv i'. .i;*.,.v._.,.._..._._.. . . .. .,,.,,,:     ��� .; niioii oihi^-ei'vioes'to tiiivc.o nip
nitr-us installing���olli.ecr.j
��� ������������y7'A,:.y.'.a'yi..(j.vO. -'.l-'.-
7'j'he;joint installation   of ���oilieersof
_ '^olk'.irk.iiiKl.  Kevejl^tl-ke i ylddges ','���: tuokjj
a     Iplaci* at (idtlfe.llo.w.-
Mott.ofythe Canaditin.-! oil the'.-Joutli
:Africany  CQiiiUibuliiiT   yreiigneil a'on      .. , ���      ������-���       ,��� ���    .
'towhich       i'h7 l'olloivnig ollieers,���;.vvere m-un
iire-'-rettu ni'tu-i for Selkirk ".I.oilire:���N";. 0.. -t. -f>tit-lt.y11:
y."y a   " j V; (,;:. i'.BainySeey., yd. >latbie, Tri::is.
'   ThoicoaiAjtu^K.tA^iu. yt:lieA~tia..*^-t^: I'''7^!'"''-''^V''^. :,,.,., ii(.,if7,7i.ay.;iVutf,k.-
,     ,     "���       ....   , '��� i     .i    ������-,-,:        I lie olie'is instill Cil   lo i lu.'.ei^toKi.'
j-tie ithat at    J ok-du ai nd other ei tic.   ,    ,-'. ���,..,
���������*.���.-     , ���       , ���! ������ i  ���'���        '   ,od"e were:���->.��� t.....   iv- -f
ears'or coal m   trie  railway vard.-j ivere ia.     ���"    ,': ,   u;   ,,���,    ,,., ,    ,
'seized byacivie authority  and the fuel'! *tcA- ���'��� A- ?'j-"'e.    1-.h->-, ���! ... y.
(li^iributetramon-,' the*'people.   , ������������������     !''':'"'��� '.'."���,   7   ,���'A
"   '" ayy; a. " .    i."0..'.l''."."-"-.yy       .77
y 'fJourt' M,t. 'iliigl.ii!. I.yl.'.a!*'. iii.-taik'il
their oilieers for ensuing' year" la-it
.Monday nisjlit as folloiv.--: a ('.: I).. .I,..\.
KiimerVCL'.. Pr. Caruitb,.'i7; I'. C. if.,
.1.Ale I. can: O.K.. G.W'.M ircb'ell; V. (':
,1. i!.A,....,u; I-*.
Wi:d.   a rriie a at iHlepciielen t ybaticl; will
ilniifeh'tiieiiiusic.yyy  yy7y.7 .A;:y yv
accouiiv  .of:  tlie ���'..treatment  toy,.which
to Caiuidaaa ,;7
.iu.   the States is !.*.'
'���.yA"''.zii'ic''co.ifceiit'i*!'itbr vvi
iiiySIoe;ina:ayy7yy v.;'7 ;;yyy.yya
yy The iLo alibi will iiier(.asb7i,i
t-i -20,000 Wiis moiithly.;"   ;
ma v.i -' ���������*,;���������' "���'"���", ""i-7-y' '��� * ��� "��� .      .;,       .   ���    of pi.'iialtv on zme n'onrt-j .to,
._*,j.��� ���lock'etaiiti.l ehaniiis-n toicen ol appreci- !;-fi:A : y   ' y    a yyaaa "��� ���:   '7    y: ;���    ,7 y
'- ���'���'���   i lit ion of i i'i.-���'.������(''r vie. is'-'t':')' th�� t-oiii'naiiyV'.a !'-,���. ,- ' a     ya ; 7 ay . .-���..:,: ���.';,. ���". ..������"    '���������\.
.   , ...utioii ui.ii   ,       ,   :     .  ..:, ,,:,i:..l/.,.Y;;, .".j ,y;.. piucei-iiifh are organizing to secure
: Ml's.i...:A   CatiipV-eifis oii.'iaytsit ytO]vi,(,it[,r -term si -ftir. "leases from I he.gov
hei-i.i-<.th.::r::K..I*7aWar-.l,y'niai!nge!-,.y-f; ,yrunj,,.!it,.,,    y. :  a .yy7.7  a.:,:-     7'
MolsotiV: Biiuk:.;. .Mrs.   Ci.ii'ijibell has
iO   per
;,pr, taking iir
I. Wood.
There are more  Indians  iu  I'.i'iti.-h
; Coiuiiil.'iaithitn7iiiviplher   protinceof
tlie Doiiiiiii'-'U. . .'Tlie   Indian,  .population via.- 257)00    last "���year, an ineriiase
of nr-n'rly ot.M.) over previous year.-'7 ���
i Alex. A'inl.  u ��� .Seoteli .engineer,', at-1   .-. ...   ,���-,,.���;,���..  .   ^
yni,,ted suicide by cutting iii,". throat j K- '��� {A^iZ\wt*i''
a: the HotelAleu-o^le. Vancouver, on Ip^p^^yy^p^P
iv.'cotin". oi   luiiiii'.-ial  trouble   tlnough 7" -'���
. not receiving a .proniised reinittanee.
, .1. W, Bennett, oi Kevelstoke, is a
di rector, of the "Western Hoeialist
I'ul'lishing Cmiipaiiy." organized. to'
take over the W't-rtern ^-,(.'iali=t paper
iit \'aiii.,'i.,iiv'.!' from li. 1'. I'tltijiieee.
wlio.ivill bei'et.'iiiicd-iis iiiiiiiager.
Tl'ieJipiiciiiry^Coiiiiiiittee of America n Gongre.-." has asked nutliority to
investigatt? and report the best means
of accumpli.-iliiiig '.-tate otviicrship * of
all coal mines in the States together
ivi.Ui the- railtvny.-' and othei- mean.-: cf
trim-port a tinn .-oniieetecl  ihereivith.
II. Mel.eiin. r-iii.i.i.i tlie 'I'l'ovincial
home at K'iitiiliiops, writes: '*lam
reipie.?tei.l by ili>: iniiiaie.- of the 'Provincial Home I'* ti'inli.-i' y..u tla-ir
.-iiieere tliiinks fi'i' youi' kin lm-.-- in
forwarding them th" Ivixni.s.iv  .M.ur.,
If. Floyd,:
Geo.   Heave.:
v. li ich I eaii, iis.-uie veil lia^ been
At .ShikIi.ui. on .Sunday wei-k, l.ev. K*
.1. Mchilyre held a special in'-morial
..ei-vice em the late .1. II. Klliot who
was drowned al W. Cowan's :-awuiill at
i'ri.ut Lake, Klliott'.-; brotlier eniiK:
from .Vorllipolt lo endeavor d. recover
the body hut without .-licco.-s. and a
i--;ward of $100 is olVered for its recovery.
The gross enrning--' of 111<��� electric
light at Kaliibicps fm' the year were
���1:'.l,!!Mli,.S7, incliieling an allowance of
���tl.-iOd foi' cily lighting. I)i.-.hur.��-.-
iiients aiiioiuited lo -f7,Oli),l7, li.'iiving
tf^.tl-Jl.-IO iis tie.', earnings of Ihe plant
for the yeai'. Two reductions iu
charges for light wen.' made: during
the year.
The .Scotch enteitaiiiiiieiil at Ihe
Opera House last night under the
auspices r.f the Giiledoiiian Society,
by Gavin .Spence and Hum .Mel'ouald
was a great  treat.     Mis.-,  .McDonald's
j Ori:aiiisr7H.Floyd: S.\\r
,1. \V.. ,1. P. Smith; S. B
i.i. l!..'.los. I.eei . .' '
.!     Aii   enjoyable   social    evening    wii,-
j spent after the event.    . .'���..,.:>
\ ��� 'a k.   'IF   I,'. '
M.-iii'nei's of the    Gold   Ii'inge Lodge
igiitli'ered    in    fore" ��� .���.Wednesday   when
i oili.-crs wore .ii.sta.llfd    for the. ensuing
t*--1"r 11 ���G. (.!.. B. Viinhonie- \'. (.',., ,1.1',,
Si'iiit; I'rcL.  W.    l-'arrcll;    M. W. Bert.
' llu-.ve; M. (,.'..'    A.    Grii'ie;    I-   ''- l'-'<7
Ain.-li.e M.   F..,   K.   Ilurridge;   M. F.,
i II. Gui-k: IA of K. and S.. S. II. Brock;
;Tiu-tee,.H. -\��� Brown;   I>. <������ G'., -IA\".
���'. Bennett was    in.-.ta lling    ollici'.    The
meet ill'-' ua:i tin.;' largest   .-.i!(.(���.: the ill-
!-tiluti,.li    "I    tl;e     Ind.!,'",    '10 meinbers
*, alteii'ling.      Bank    wa-  .eoiif.-rred ,-n
I,. .\.  Wailiei'.     M.   ,1-    ll'l'.lien. nii'lil-
l.er of (iold-ti'fiiiii    Lodge;    treated tin.-
lodge lo .-ami*   happy_ I'eiiiark.-.  ���Afii-r
the     in.-.tii ial ion      rcl'i'ci-liiiieiiLs    ���iv.'i-e
hcrved and a    mo.-t,    plea.-ant,   evening
.-pent,    ii " 1'idge   h.n   a   membership
of Si.)  and    the   iiiiiinc-i    are   in good
���-ha pi/.
bceira. on ��� ;t,
L.aitlim :i.m!.'.'il)(;'i('*'(.*,v>i)':iti<>:)
they (.������(iiiti.:.i(.-i>t-:":'':>f  Kuropy
: the. pyrin tii ds.
y-aTh"   many   frit-fids, A ���
, vv.-reglad.-to..
': thi'l'i' was
,"fli;it'"iie "waft missing
: from' Mm,day.      lie
ion a   ciiinbined   h'-liday and   l,osiues>
; 'trip and wiil return ���shortly.', y
Mir,s Spui*lim7ga^;<ya most 'oDJoviibl'e;
'.progressive eiicbre party, fit ,.l,i'cr "re."i-
: eleiiee ve:-tf|'day. There.' "ivere fivr
table.-. " Th',"-': |ii',-i'i)t .were Mc.-diiiueH
! Ge.-irsiei-. viiu'lt, W.M. Lu'ivrinice. H.
i.i. Bourn".. MeGai'ier, Atkins., W. A.
1 Morris. Aman. Forbes, li. v\, I,aiv-011,
��� Sii.ibii|.i."''!ii*l-utlier-*. Gre,.-s, Hiiggen,
I Builon. rhipiy. Misses Hull. Grant,
! Iligginborhniii. Mrs. Garni I hers and
j AlisTlLill iVcre the I'lri/.e-iyiniier.*-*.
I On .Moit.lay .Mrs. S|,ur!ii:g 'gave a
j lea, under the auspices of the i'ali.'iit
! -ooeieiy 1,1 St.'I'elers Glnire.li. It. was
I well attended. Mrs. Wil.k.. sung and
; Mi.-s Spurling gav*'- a selection on-Ihe
1 violin ���unci Miss Frascr oa the piano.
! Misses Spurling and Me Lean assisted
I the hostess in eiitci'taiiiing the
j guest"..' 'Tho.-'! present w-'i'i* M, -dau,,-.-
! Ward. McGai-l'ir. W'i'ks, Lawrence.
! Annni. Oa'rru! hern. Lnw-si.ti, ll.iggeh,
Sil.bi.l.l,    l-iiiidi,'  Giark,     I'hipp.-.    II.
7y\iiy E a sie iiiy:; paper y Ay iys:Sr-j:' l'0i ii i ji?
ieiit tiiiibnj^iiibiiiest :ykilipvvTi7;iiiiike*i'ri is
"TM' i'ii :"(i'i;i"iiy::.\v.l iicli',;>v:i syestabj islrctrii i't"oc_ii;
years iigoy yha-,"��t: 1 li-ays yairui i 11 ti si iueel ii
���11 i'yl i ^'i "d 011! -nv.vi 1 iy,^ tl I'-^-y- p.i-p'd up t.i 6 ii y.a;.p Iy a 1 i _
iiislfiuiieiitiiuiieiiiiii.Ilecly,for purityaand
"iii ri"l 1 iii'i 1 ty i."o '��"; ytVi 1 c; 7"" li oii 'iiPSv;-:"' t"""'^ vt-'^s.VjJ.1-!1-."
antrriiiorbiighicbiiscieiitibus workiuii 11-
yiiithe7*iu-ious7p!iiisiyisybi:yi lie;.:.best;
'nonebtitiyythe'-.:iiVost'...-.'���skil.lc'd y'artisiin's
iisithe cou'suniiiiiitioii   ofyii^riectiou m.
ifi^ii-eir:ivbb(l:iiscd;ii.y:the caseyand Hie
: eieljora to -7ciir yihgiAancl Ah igi)^ jijol isl iy
eiliefi'recbiiimenilafioiiA yhqvvoyei-.y 'jf'
ithis.instiiiiiientiyire itsiaslihg ("lUiili-
tie's !i)id.tiie7;peciili;ii'7is'iiigiiig.iilialitv7.
,of tbiuvidelieacyi of; liniehAresoiiiiiice,
"and iii)ifon))itya(ifiysoiiii(r::iir(4iert.ies;
by the best makers,.yyyyy yyy; ������_���,
���..'.'������Tlie business of thisyiii'uv isyinereiiH-
ing Ycnrsibiayemyi-esting. itsy itdoes,
Pnasiire; i'oU'ndatioli of "true mi--r.il*-"
Xoi-.Hiiy is Ahuge : trade - done;; in
i'oi'biiioyylnit'iiisii'iiiiieiilsAuv sliijipcel
to I he ;; varit,us ci lies, ii iid:t owns
thi'bueliouf fh". ��� Dominion froni coast
to eo:ist.     Thisii:-* ;ii' very  gi'iitifying
. (iAying tpifall iii.'-priees 'of iy iivei- ajid
  fii'-i'd. the Liitvrpiise;niines,Jiisf ij" I 2ifi00.
lert-ivitie-. ��������� ,    ���������-    11    ���.'���'>.'    ��� a
Kgyptiui(h'h:n'^ th*'y*';:11'*    yi.'   7y y       ,     a    , [0 ,.I).,M, . ... ,,���;,,���;,.,,..,,  _���.���,.......���
. ������'",'..���'������ .���:.'' ,\tij|, (-j.-anee! up ^tiOO.OOO tins  yeary] iichievonieiiiy mr :i coiiipiii'iiliyelv short
;���'.���'     . ' ';-.. 7 ya i:.ui(l y,j,.ycf   veiy   it is(7^|,eei:e(l:.th('(,nl.-j period,altlid'   t hoiisa nils: bear    willing
;V'   i      'u'Tipot "ill I,-doubled. Ay *     ""'���       ' ' ' '",:" '
,,    icai'ii    nil    Miiiiibr.'    that ��� '
,0 f.nmdaribii ;V-r tli-.'.report--    T1"','1 'PPPl^Py yi^"1*?
���,.y!,y was-I.eaid 7'^'A    ut   *3yI\)  "..oxs. si
had, inej-cK:. gone : go.d.
���'- I testimony'!*.)'the pleasure and salishie-
oi'i- "gavi'iiii '������! tioii ''.tierive'ti "ir'oni . (lie : possession of a
���ri  :iu<l iri.-JO : Mendelssohn .     ,.
,!lli V!.!
itifi-ing-'iiieiit. of   patent.;';
galena    (;ari>oniitos,  tbe
r a valtiiaii! ^1.015 per !,;���!:, 77eyy:Tl,e filedory is located tlt'l 10 A,M^
���', a   y  ' ���. .... ..."     y   'street west:, and consisls ol seii'raliolly,
ha- ���eer,  bro.igiHy against    (be | ���-  ,��� ^.^  t|i.vt,t,.;i|    |0,|,��� several,
who are buytug tun: .i.iw;^^,^,.,   .,���,- \M,\\Ws*:   frolii    the
lii'-l, stagi.Aof maiiu'fiiiiture to the II11-
i.-bing roi.niis. Tli��i interior.'.of .the
fiictoi-y' presents a scene eifinleicstmg
aiiel reinstall'.,, activity. Hie. capacity
being tiiy'fii to its utmost to .keep pace
wilh" th'.' ever-increasing '���demand.
.Knell i!is|riiiii.iit is I Ik .rough ly tested
in every pail Icl'me. being allowed lo
i'ui't'-r*.,   and    no cheap rush
lick   ill
I am
-a m"i 1
in Slocaii,
A in,;!, p'i gale
forniyr carrying.; a
grey copjier, ba-: \><
Lucky ;!!">'. ���'    1: 7 .
Ast"!iisbii.g assays in gu
per are t'l'ing lei'iivd from
'(.'he     1.i'.i     bodies     )-(���(.''.'till V
i-'i-eigbt nnd ashiu-ges   -Hi   silver-
ore in'lie* States ure- gr-aier   ib.tt
li.' '.',,, though : i.e rev-i's" ' i*   gei.eral
lielieycd  I" bf- ! he fa-'.l.."
Tb"    lf,iiiies:a:.:e.  mil.",    X.  D...   I,
,,|-,,,l!|,-,���|   ,   |.,.-t.'ivt:i'l;       .*7'.l,( 10'I.OOO     1,1
;(),(,',()(i,i)()0 of   ore. )-i'iid   dividfiids
a: iai" D)0 ioij. .- ,.i nnd,
')���.���.-���.������   Ti
1   in
: ^|7,i|()(i.()ii() ;
; gi-i'ititid woA
tip to   10
���Th" 7
:, Ie
fa :���.
I; is   pei'iii-iiteil.      i'h'.' ...showrooms
at .l-"'S. Voting   streAyMi'ssrs Gour-
Win("i- A 1/eeming "being the
'.-.sctiliil.ivfs'iii Toronto, while' there
agencies also iit . .'lonlroal, Ottawa,
���bee. -Winnipcgy Vancouver, llali-
N. f'oin.-ii 1* has. taken tlie agency
AyiKLT'' db7e'liainl)e'r;;ii'i(.j*k.yApply
yr---05iT KUKS-iOiiaTtieseltiyyiiigbtbe-
���:1 -i'-'""'Lvvi'"''ii:'-'-''��*k'" t i''S::y,i''''kvyau."-!:'���������'-nt.t,r-'
turn ito���������'K.Oo.lei.'i.-ryiAlaii;e)lliee,ay;y;yy.Aa;
���Fl ITUATiON'AyANTliU-Dy yoiijjgi
;IO"  iiia'ii iii'!i'n:i'1IVit'e;oi'.stt)i'i!.y Atldresfi
VVa;:7VI'riciiiiybindAciip. .Apply to,
ivooteiiaviMail ollie'i',, Iteviistoke. a; .::.
7;f-TAKT '7\;7PA^rTNG;.;.llUS IjV KSS:;--
iieeiiiiie inilepeiideui: itiidybeyyour..-pvyii
UOSSA' .A tieiv iiiail '."'dt'.r. business,
einiibe^iuidiicleely ;:l)y:7";)i)yoii('yy;aiivy
\vliere::$lo,l.o y$:iO:.:.iii*i-:.ivi*eU;::C!)si!y.
i-hiclose sttiiiipyi'oiypiiiluadiirsapf.oiir
niiii'velloiislyrvsuccessfidi, plan.y -hd.,
(), I'.it.  eiig.igc anolliei- graduale,-it
sixty-live dollars ifiiiiui.lli t" f-"*,,,V'1':V:V'i-
Pitmanus Business College.
,;y ���".( Opposite  jlbiel 'Viiiii,'0'.ivcra   ...,-���
A VVIlOhl'WAbK JlKAI-KI! i.N'y;.:
:i.7i. (Sii|,;i,i,i-;i):()lt.G:NSlli';bl.K!))iv...-
2iJl:G!iri*allisl.y   i VANGOGVKIi, 11. G
B rickl ay er a nd Stonemason
'���-������N'otieie isnliei'(!l)>';-gii'eny:'in?:a('cm'(l!ineo;ii'll.liyf7;;yy;yy
tliti SLilt.iitoA 1 liiteyi'rov-iiiciiil rtov-t-ii'ii'6y'l"(v.\-iiiiitl.. 74
���nl PiiSsussiid -j-Tii jceM"i'.'.'<iii(l--v-1 n��joiii6*-:.'l'ii >c ;-P-ii*seMs--ctl i-.f��,^af:.C-';V-':
-".���|i 11 i oiii 111" 10 i 11��; *:���; iVi--i:.i 1 d.*iv..< I ii tCiii 1 c 1 ti 1: iyii l.��lts[.rf ii-^1.1." "ii-^.Tti.'ilE.-iivy
iyi.ii r MIDil, a-AI l;: I itxesajol leeliljlu I'or Llio I (eveil-ayiyatja
' si tiko^\awK|iieiil::R'slii��l''i'���:<l"'!'bill I'iO^
^t (,~ 1 i"i y-.Tti-l II ee^Kl l.i'i iii ""-.i'Uli'n-.'t Jp 11 i.-i;��t.I 1011 se*r 1" uy.o l-j>Mi-iHg^SS?$
stoletv"y This, neillee.yiii' l.ia'iiis ill' httv.as eituivii-;-vsi-rife?.
���leiii.i.iiyiiapei'siiiiiiiadiiiiiaiiiiyiiyj'liley; 11 fipu yitji yyy yyy y;
;'persb))S liitblu.10;tuxesiaae ,;��� 4 ��� y; .,:;.:���. y;;y!;yyy;yy:,��� ;:y
:-���.'���";���,,'.  '������'������,���.     a,..,. .,���.-:���-   ''-.I'ii I'.l)  I' ItAbl'jl,. ,':;������   ,���������.:,;. ,.^,',- ,;������;���::-,
���^--.":���!,s:;-^..^:I{uV^.lSl.ol���;o'���>\���'-t^eKSlilc���^|���l.��� Dirttriot-.-"--.-."'-!.-�����\: iV���r^'-v-^-irr-.
':7";y;A':;:y a'4j;;y:;ay 1 juvnistnkoal"o.st;oniee. Y.YY-yyyyy
viiiii.e-ii :V(y!tov-oisi.bi;e,si!.;i.:.y;:y;:ay:.yy:yyyaa; Ayy::a.7 yy.yy.y
ayyy.Ian iiiii-y litliyiiiiii;....; yyy y yYYyl ���;,. ',:lYYyYyyyyy,
,: I ni.lio Coti lily Court. ydfylCobtemi'y Jiijljleie nl.a '      .rfa :
l!t!i*el.sliil;i.'.' alii llie'.iiinl.lei'.ol'tlie e.sl 11 le iii",! n|i||      :,:    a a"
1).' Iln.viiyiiili- uf lievelslokevll. (J.;(le-et'iisO(l,y- :;:;., a :.;:
'���������Nbtie'u ityliereliytd von Hint all persons liiivhiiyyyy yyy
cliihiisyiiK'iiii.st,,.llie".:i:.stiit.(i,M)l'.'l,lio.siiUl..lciliii !).;���������'..���:'.���:.).:������:,.
.liovil who 'died on nr iilinul. I.lie^lsl iln.ytii' llny;-,:..-
"A-.'l).vlIlll2.".!ire I'tiiiiiinidto send 1)y,pi)sl.:|ire|iiiiil -'YfY?::, :Y.
or to ilelivcr, to Jliii-i-ey,';5!iiCiii-lci- iindc Pink-;  .7 y,
rliiiiii, .se.litiitocs I'or 1 Iio'iielniin isl riilor.-s, - tin, 01-; yyj:,;��   y
.beforellio Hth (lay.of January, KIIW, their liunies.aa:
n<|<lressos .���tiiel'elesei'ipl.ionsanil a full sliit.<:ihoiit7a-7:-:y :.y..
���nf nnrfiiadarsi|f |.lie'h-t-liiiiiis'uiitt.llie' iiii.liire; of: :77;a;j,a
llieseeui-il\'(if ijiiy).hi:|il hyjllian'liilyeei-tiliuil.y: ay.,:--
and l.liii.l���itl'li!i-|.li(!'S!iiil il!iy,<|lie:,|)d|irinis|!'!!toi'i; :y;;.ayy
- will.���'proceed ;:to (lislriliilt'e  Ihe, iis-Jej^s -nt I-!)!} Y.}Y:;Y;:
(leoeiist'il .ainoiiK the: pin-ties eiitillfd. Mn'i'iife) ,; ya ��� ,..
hiti'lnt,' i'oKi'i'i'd .'only lo the claims of ivliiclt Miey :;:;;;;
:.sli!ill-l lie-n hn venoLico. ���.-.-��� a ::-y, ��� .--y ���'.-��� ������f.-:Y.-'��.-:-"'-iY.:i.'Y:
I luted l.lii.silllfday.'iil'.Noveiiiher, IIHI-.     -,,;'; yya cy:y:::
: IIARVKY; ������UcUAIi'l'KIt : nnd I'INK I! AM, .:��� -::;.: a:
'scilioilDrs for 'IMIVHiuii. .1.11. Kellie anil Alex.,7 V a.-.-j:'.'���:
7:; <r*i.:jn'ti'-i(JA'ricaioK;i^p
lliiuneriiiiil loin Jlinei'iil Cliilnis, Hlliiiilij Iii llnr.
'7 l.ni'deiiu: SliuiiiK Division.of. W.i.'.sl.lCoolciin.ia       7 * a
'���a|)ist.rii!i:.:":aa.-:-a:,.a-.>-a;.: y-..;:- a: a:.y .:;;ya: ,��� -���::���.,;:.������;���
Where Infilled: On I.exiiiKlt'n ureuk.'���������"��� :    7        ;���.
:��� 'l'AKI-:,.V()'l'ICK  l.hhl :.l;.\Viii.,l'l.  Povereiix.   " aa- ���.
iiefint,'. as atte'iili fur VVinrl!., Clark,   l-'i-ee ���'���MI-:
tier's, l.'ei'lllleali!-; Kn.r' HlliU'll.,   Inlend. 7sixl,ya ���>. a
ilny.-i  I'riiin   the  dnlu, lii.'rfiil'.alti, apply to the ��� ,.;
JI hull*/ KjL'corilei' I'nra (^rlllleiili'iil'jiniirove-      aa-
jiiiiaits'fiii' lh'(!'|!|)|'|KK/)y.'il';iihliiinln(,' 11 Crown,; ���:,:,
(.Iriiiil. of the iilii.v't'I'liuitl.',   :   7,       ,      .���..���'���.-,'������
: And  further Inlet'  nnllu'ei  Hull iiel.ion. |i(|(|e|yy���.-;���
seelinn H7,; niiial be I'lihiini'iiccd liiifiiroiriii iksii-- .. y    ,
iitii'ii of such Ciii'llllciiloor lijipriii'iiineiits,".,���       .,���'-.��� ���:
llaleil Ihislllli dny nf .liiiliiiiry,.I!lli:i.   .   ;.. a..
7 u'i"ii.yi'7i>kyi'4iii.i'x. p. i���s.-a yy
VI OTKU'*.  Is' hi'n.'liy ��ii'i.'ii   lhal. I hifly dnys     7     7
l\-  lifter dnlu I Intend In apply In (lie Honor- , 7
iihle   the   Chli'|7 (.'iiuiiiilssiiiiii'i'   of   hiuiils and 7
Works I'nrii S|.i.'t;iiil lieetise  li.  1:111, anil  curry,,,;
11 way 11 in her ii'iiiu the fiilloii-liiKilesi-.i-llied lands ..:'
���Cnili'tilt'licillK  at  a Piiil.. iiuirkt'il  "W. liolitirl,-.-'������
son!- y, \t', nnrner." i|liinil:-ii eliitins VV. of the ...
Ci.liiiiil.lii  river, iihiml.i! ��� fiillus ,V-  of  Ijurl.Dii
Cily. ihuni'.e sniil.li   III') eliiilns, .llieut'e'i:its|, |U
ehii'in.s. Ilicnei: inirth Hid uhnlns, I hence west, -III
ehiiin.sl.o i.oii.l. (if eiiiiinionciiiueiil.
���     VV. ItOIIKItTSUN'.
Nnkus|i,,ll. C. Pee. Ii'ilh, \W1..   ; ������'���; ;
P. 0. linx I'.ll.
KKVI-n.S'l'OKK. li. C.
All lilies.of .Vinson work tniilei'liikc'ii.
i:slliiintes(,'ive'ii fnf liiillillng.-
ins' mmi'iii s.
1    Belli,    I lidi.lliS  oil   ill"  1*0
ig a ' -, op
KAMI.GDI'S, 11. ('."
Furs and Skins Tanned.
Specimens    by    Express   will   receive
pr pi, iillenlion.
sice!   U  eiiriu'ng 2'
k    has    advanced   7 I
Bourne, Soini'-s, I.'iU I'*r.    Hooky,
.mil fri-iiid. Misses   Gall, lliginl.-.l
Frasi-i*. Miicleaii, Anderson.    Al.e,
ut .-J.*-"
t:iri:V ie
a   ..lH'i'i -
WHS  realized.
For  ll
���   -, "                                       -                       -
Pi'l 1  ���:,.-
To lb" elect'a--!    of    the   Cily 01  1
Cup - h: |
c,::;i. ii.,
I hi-  ve,!
Laihks .i.vu Gi-;vTi,i-;vn-;.s'.���I
Vfiti" r
ai.'-"' ||,,.
.Viivn Sci.I ia
ecu I. and st'.e
A few Montreal capilnli-U have
subscribed" for ����� million shares in Ihe
.Marconi Go. nt,!1?') each.
Knglish li iciiil  wiilcrs   say Gniin-
tliiin invest 11 le.iits will have special attention on the Knglish market Ibis
The demand for O.l'.ll, stock has
been the principal   feature of the easl,-
nrii money    1 i'"1'  'Im'ii'K J he week,
the price'being run "l�� l0 1:'!7.I< '" *N'''W
p"r I to thank yon   l""r    'be    hearty slippui'l
'���' I iv hie It yon ���accorded 11 ie in  I he elect ion
for aldermen    and    l"'g    I-"   assure my
i-iiippoi-lers that    I    shall    again    be  a
ciiiididiilc al, next election.
I!., i'.iri'i'.i:.
A Warning
i'o the piirtlc'i who are in the habit,
of Inking wood from my wood yaid-s
nl. nigbl, ivil.lioiil- iiul.ln.rily. I ''eg lo
Wlll'll I.|)i*iii ol' Iln* ceiliseipieili'i'H should
I catclilitbeiii at it.
,,:-- -,ali,"i|- al -f il/.O'.*''
���d 201 Ion- .���.lined a' ���*"!���",-
;,,l|e ,,]' ! lie Cop's 7'opn,' 1,7,
i.i |���. ,i!| 12 000 and '"' the
7.",,000. ii," 'I '-['ic '������'till,
:rd,"iu ���dipped >'>��������� this ,V(*-o'
to ,;, Ine of .f ^.iO.I)()0, Tli" ("up Irani
i - i' 111111111 '.,.'��� e II.
Tb'* .Minn.-.' Ibe'i-rd say-*- y'ii,'*
i|i;j(-i,,vi'ii' ���' and deviiopiu-'iilJ In i be
Fish Creek district, bav added moie
I ban one pi-un ising mine |,, I lie n um ���
ber of free milling ipmrl/. propeii ie 1 in
operiiliiiii in the c'liinlry, and frmu
present indications there can be ii"
doubt thai Ibis cniiip has before il an
inipoi'laiil, productive future,"
The deal for lilie sale of Ihe _ I'i'ed
Uobiiisiiii Liiiiilici* Go's, bu.siiies.s is nut,
yet closed as reported.-
c .. li-
|] ii:e  ,,l  <,il    lias     beei
i, <,f Pi:',) ii. bv I be (
p.-I'.tl ii,'.- ou Flat hen
e,|,i<:.At>:   I
i-l'C     -'t.illil
., ,   y i,e,y
s(  are I
made I
iIgnrv i
loria ;i
ig a-1 wn
bv    Cb
��� ,!, ,
a I*1  ;l
100 01)0
k, i BHANOB--
i,'!i" Our Special" & "The Union.',
"|        H. A. BROWN  PROP
,.,;������������ .M,.i .Mailing!RFVELSTOKE       -      ���
! ������ v -
iinn ,i,g
Illlllg" I,
that  d.ll
I liing wi!
i, .1.,,
,il-, ,,|
i eh,,-,
,.  ���_'o:l
.ii t It
���  111:-   'dllll
I. i'h.-e; re
,, hul Inn, nil
��� --ludiii b"|o|i
Dry Fir and Birch
I     i    Cut by maehiiieiy lo rcf|iiir"t
Vuiir patioluiffi* Holirited.
All oidersleli, at
or the Ivooleiia v "ii
prompt alli'iiiioii-
\V. M. Lavvreiice's
il ollice will receive
���VTOTICI-; is he-1'cli.v idveni liii||,ilili*|.y diiys
IN iil'ler dull! I inli'iiil (iiiipply.tii I.he lienor.-
nlile the Cliiel' Ci.iiiiiiIsh1i.iii!!* of |.nniln anil
'Works fiii-itp'veliil license In tail nnd carry iiivny
l.iiuln'1' I'riiui Hit' rolli.ii'hiK (li'tt.Tiheil Iniiils
sil.uiiled in lliu'lliK Hjnd disl.i-let In W usl,
ICiioteiiny: (.'ijiiiiiu.'iieiuK ut a liust P.liuiied on
l.lie west hank nl'Ihe (Juliiniliin liver iiliout I
miles iiui'ilii'i'li- I'riiin IIIk���"Mouth Creek,mill
tiiiirked "John l,'ii"siil's wiiillieiistcoi-ne-rpost.
Ilicnei. u'esl. Illcliiiins, Uuaieo iinrl.li Kid eliiilns,
thi'iici-east. Illehiiiiis. l.liiinee sniilli IIKI eliiilns,.
Dnleil l.hi.s.'ilh (lay .Inn., IHIIII
vtOTIC/,; is iicrnliy 1,'ii'i'n 11ml. fhirly days
]>    nl'lt'i'il,in I itile.'iil iipplyhiKli) Hie lliuioi--
llllil!   Illl!   Chilli' .(.'(llilll)ir,,i���lll!|-    !|!     l���'li),IS    llllil
IVoi'ks for Ihe pui'iiii-i-iiiiii! t,(| (i(||. piiil enrr}'-
iiwnv liiiiiier I'roiii llu: liuiil- deserihud n'u
t'lilln'tvsC Ui.'t,'iniiint{ lit, n pniiil. nn Ihie ivus*.
I. uile of the (.'iililinhiii liivi-r iihinil. Ill tulli'')
.sniilh ol' Niikiispnt a pii-l. iiiiii-ki'd "0. Ili'iilol',.
soiiLliiveH, I'di'iiiM'." I'linnin*,' itnrl.li Kin (iliiillin,
lliene'i.- i-a.-t Itiiichiiins, iiiin-u or less, tn tin.'linn Ie
e.l* Lin; river, Iliciicu followhiK I!  )���! k nf Hi"
river siiiit.hwiislerly t" point iil'i.-iuiiiieiiiMiiiinnl.
ii. iiuohi'ir.
Xakiisp, II. f��� I lee. llllli. inn-'. I
'I'heiuiiiiluislriil'irsof llii! estiilc of -Iol,n I).
Il.ii'ii, ili'i.'i.'itsi'il. iill'er for Hitln liy Ivtnlui' tho
pnipi'l'ly in III'* HI*-' Hei'd (llHl-flet lenoivii as
" llnvil's liiiiii.-li,'' iibn llio i;||t||l.i'I properly
lliereini, a li-l nl' ivhleli tuny licnt't'li ill. I.hunlUci!
of llii' iiiiihii'sle'iieil.
Tender.-* will In.* reia.'lvi.'il llii I" Full. Isl, ItKKt.
'I he iiiliiiiiiislriil.ors will nut lm hound, pun'ccpl,
Uu: lilt-hoHl. iirnn.v tender.
SolleltoiH for Ailiiilnlsti'iilofs.
lievelstok", H. C��� ,Nov. !!7lh, UHli
For Sale
A Ilole) doing a lli'sl-elass busincHS
in one of Hie inos|, pj'oyresiive Iowiih
in Kootenay. For pai'l.iciiliii'H apply u|.
IvdUTKNAV'iMAIL ollk'C, KeVClblokl*.


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