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 ; Fin's  ;resiu~-q.t3*^toiig-^i������i������w^-j^a*i^.������wt^  /.; ,,VREVELSPKEiaB. C, j;SlJAK7,31, m'SA   ���������  -   ,       I ���������"-'"���������'     ���������~���������-���������~������������������^���������������������������^���������^ Mll|iM|IMI||M|tfXllwi���������MBMIIM    I ' '  $2.00* Per Year  OKKStiESSBCESSKlVsrasHrSS'SCS^^  3K3EEZSi5JS3Sl  AJnTD ,-iA.. .CEIa^lIPIPT?::  I!   Kt >  . i nouki.  t.-migntr.  to come in and'inspect our  Christmas stock befqrc ififik-  ino* ,\'Qui; purchases.'  Suite!  and Pretty  Silk ''HiTiidkePohisfs  J8S  Neckties-  Dainty Shoos '"��������� "���������  for Lacliesaiul Children  Lace Goods "*. /  Everything suitable inn  Dress Goods1  J  IF a  flu  '"-fSlB  .A T      vA   ' ' ''  A complijte'stock1 in,well chosen v.Airiety  B  q's  Fpishings7\  !, "Hats," riloveSj-Ties/lSlioes/for-1 ClirjstmaV  Our  lcIA is t to sell only, \yh;tl  pl&iscs, and if treating,.you right'1  will   hold' your trade,  we are  at'*  -your"service.    .   A .    .A   A.    *.  >& "G  ''pbqrge, ������  '^  ��������� 6<r.  ill  UKPBOMISED YOURSELF AN OVEBCOAI  Till-: K.lll.    Diui't put it oil'too l.iU'iind c.itc-h cold.  And do not liny a .cheap, shoddy one.    Tliey never look well.  I.,'l ik make you n coat that will please von.    "We can do it,.  r*? "a "<S  7 a  I\o     4js.,    V.V   USUI  e  Tailor.  &i;ooo;ooo'\,to be  /Spent d/h Pacific /  Dims ion.     yA"  A    ���������     -lA   Af   -   ,    a/"'    b  Great-Railway Improvements' Prd-  ������A   ,   ' Jected., "A"   '  , ' A,  ..General Supfc. jNTai-jiolc returned  from Montreal Tuesday." "Referring  to runiorctl changes he" said he bvas  -not lofiving���������'tho ��������� 'PacffA division.  As ��������� to Jlie cxtcnsioAi-ofAthe Pacific  division-.lj'eyoiidAhe,present ��������� limits,  that has r been considered, by,the  nianagthnent"for~some~*tiine past".  Owing to,ti-emeridous1 increase iii  I'nileage, and particularly in volume  of bpein'ess of Western division, m  order' to ' afford ', relief the Pacific  ���������rlivigioiiTnuvt he extended or a new  division created".-    - a, '.������   -   .  The details'of,, improvements   to'  bb 'made 'this   year. arq. not  yet'  arranged   but  on (.thc Pncific division, over     l    ���������      ������'   '        ',  ���������iA '*!,00*0,000 wiiAmi: exi'icvdAd  in,ihi.vdiroctioii.   Tlie' reconslruc-,  lion of.the old section 6b the* Wnn-  dotivcr hotel so us'to  complete -the  ���������genefiil scheme tof   Unit,- building  has-been decided''on'.'making'it llio,  h'iic&niotel,6irthe3pastA,.3. A -, /  xiiw^.vr.mqx aAoldex. j  ]���������  tThto only' new "^building*' decided,  cxccpl'llie hotel   contracts   now i in  hand at-G.lacier,'Field,1 Lng'ga'nbiiid  JSiiicrfilcr,Lakc.r',i4 the ..'station ^and]  --telegraph oflice-uL-Golclen" to which"  pointpjic.rcpeating station is to  be  moved from Dona id.a '"      ' ���������  Tiijo J'];u.maxi;.\'i\wav.  is to bo relaid with SO lb. steel from  Vancouver to Revelstoke. '   13,000  ���������lon& of iails   aie   under   order for  this, purpose.  , _     r ^       .  t        OTiM-I!  I.MPKOVl.'MKXTS  will be the'wiping out   of   the   big  hill   at  Field, a new steamship ser-  ^, .   w..r.A���������:.,,..i,,.. -   -    .  and Blue; Miss llOipan, ling costunie;  MrsAStone,  "Misses   Valciitine,'  Two ladle Girls in IJlue; Miss ISrown,  ���������j ; \V.' Pews,   J'Acncli   Mns,quer-  ti'der; Fred. Voung,- Driuiinier Jiby;'  Uei t Lavvron'ce/Jirovviiie; T. J'. Smith,  Turk; L.'Schnidcr,!?.British' ,Lion;lf.  Bui ridge,;' Jloyal 'Scots; C.'S. 'Dent,  lievelstoke hnckey 'player; I'orcy  'Duiiriej1 Spirit; Earl. Pcttipieec, Tracy;  EAT. Alhim.ACavtilier; ilGco. 'Beavo,  Jrcphiisl'oplicles; 1'ercy IJoyd, Woman;  C\. Wickcns. 'J'iniothy Tiickha'mniei'; J.  A'. .Dallas,; Soldier;; Geo. Clark,'])iog-  enes andjhis fub; E. Jijcksdn, Dude' -  A The_priy.es were inva'i-ded as "follows:  A Ladies.���������AtA^IisW.S.'Vycr, sterling  silver,hand mirror:1 2ncl 'Miss Maior,  jewel case. / ��������� iV y ��������� > " , y  . Gents"/���������1st W. Bews, clockA, A-    y  Boys.���������Bert 'Lawrence,! pins-pong  set. \u ' ", ' ', j\ ;, . Vt _""f ,,'  I   Girls.���������Miss' Dunne, .ping-pong "sc'tr  Tlie band was in httendniice during  the. evening.(< The ice was in excellent  .condition.    ," .        'P.    ,.- t   i"  f ' A,,,,   r     "        '    "��������� J-ti^"  CIIK COUNCIL  jicenses-  > )  -r-   -yfhB,Trip to Rosslandr~y-< y  ,'<���������.,     a      ���������  "        -*,'���������"���������  , , ' ?. (UyW.A. F(iotc)   s-  -- ^| t  'o Tho lirth ^annual,A,bonspicl of(the  Kootenay Ciirling Association . was  hold iit^ltossltiiic] lnst'-vvvcek. << J^elsoif  sciitrthi'cc rinks','Sanilon three.. Plioc-  nix oheiuid Grec'iiw'obd'nnd Kevelstoke  two each, making^a/total jof'eleven'  visiting rinks. AThc -representatives of  lievelstoke wcre'j\,re.������Si-s.Ajrowh1 (skip),  Dnllas.-Grahniii and Cughlan^inAqnc  ���������link aiid Dr." Cairuthcrs-(skip),rFlindt',  Kincaiduajjd l^te jn the.other. j.Th'c  open eyents vv;crc the Mifckintosh<Cup  for all comers," the^ Grand "Challenge  Aip, tlicr,Qliver Cup"aiicl?tho Wallicr-  viilc Cup. Tlicb close e'ventsbfor oho  rink from ea'chtclub^.w'erc -the- 3-Tutl*  spnVBny nnd the Packetti'Bcvelstoke  g6\iiitoAlic,linals of thctGrand-"Chal-  lcnge,Ajutr,thore" DrbCrirruthers';'b-ink  lost\to Dr. Boucher's Pliophix rink fby  one point, ll1  tO"12A,,Hiigh'  Drowm  iMORf  vice between, "Westminster" and  ,Victoria with one of the finest and  iastest boats in 'commission, dailv  Jmperi.il Limited v-cVa of the' great   __���������'I I������kc.s. and provision of'cars to meet  ^^j^'/^;^:^^\^BX^^cS<rS>&i'il11 demands of,lumber and shingle  b v  General 'Merchants  Cull and inspect our new stock of  0 Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc~|jj  ^  &!  ������$  All above lines are up-to-date goods it will pay you to see  , ,- ���������        them before purchasing elsewhere. *   We alVo cai-ry  Trunks, Vnlises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc @  Wee  kly Shipment? of Fresh Creamery Butter, am  Our Teas and Coffees are taking the  lead���������trv  tliom.  m  Front  Street,  STBB]  Revelstoke, B. G.  m^mfm^^^^m^^^^m^^mmm^mm^m^  Furnitun  i-i-  f '-ii-l.iiii (.I.',!,-,'  -iu.lhiii'4  i Nf   in  e  ^100.00  Xuni' your vv.inl-, lor ,-iiiylliiiiic in  Oili ���������(.��������� or lloii-"!'Fur ni-liiiii^i .-mil uli.it  you c.in .-ilToi-d ,ui(l vve I'n'i nisli s,i|,;|,|,v  .mil illusli, n In lis vvitli hill di'si i-ipi mn  I'ri'i'.  $30  Branch    Formed lor    Revelstoke.  On Thursday afternoon a meeting,  originally convened at the K'ootiAv  .Mail ollice, and adjourned to Xo. 2  fireball, whs pL,]ti for die purpose of  forming.i local brunch uf the Provincial .Aiming Association, promoted at  Victdiia witfi a view to cmluacim, the  whole province. C. F> Liiulmnrk was  appointed eliairnian and J. A. ICirk  sec-lre.is 'flie following' also attended:  .Sept. 'Kilpairiek. Messrs. .McCarter,  WAodrow, Cowan, UriuIIey.. Ilaggen.  Scott. Kim-aid, Ward. Robinson,  Wells, (Ami-sier, IS. Ward, Lc Maistre,  .Moiitgoinny, Johnson. Pool. Saunder-  so-i, W. M Brown. II. J. Hotirne, Field  inn.I heakc  j     F. P. Vv",'!is wished it imder.-t'ood the  , i'1-e.-i in/at ion should    be   disiinet fiom  | ihe Ijo.nd of Ti.ido   which in the past  , had h. en n political organi/ntioi).  i     Sivioil menreis stated the proposed  i orgiiiii^.ition iv.is entirely iiidependent.  ^   It    was   u-solvcd    to   oigani/e   the  Ri-velstoke liiiinch   of thc '\-soeintion  and   the    (-11,01111,111,    .Messrs.   Wells,  ilr.idlev.   Pool.   .McCarter,   Kirk   and'  KiiH.-.iid weie   appointed   a committee  lo '_"���������( tlie inembeiship lull .signed.    Jt  vvas H'sblvul to hold   a   geneial   iiicet-  im,r   in     tl.e     opera   house on    Monday i-vr-iiiut.'. to elect  olliccrs and dele-  niiis to .a   (onveiitio:i    to   he held at  3usfc lost thclluclso.irs Bay CupJ-iy'tlic  .same nibrrow,margin "of olApoint. ;A,  - -=- A A, -"*- TiiiMci: -^p" ai.-A  wasu'nfortunatcly-'ilhi'bst'as bad as nt  Sandon las't year. ^ll0sti-'ong thaw, set  ,iii'oii'"Mondiiy'an(Lcbntiiiu'ed tilb'SnrA  urncly night, making-line play' an*  impossibility.- Under"the circumstances t play pvas reninrkably. "good, *Dri  Carruthcrs' rink att'ording the surprise  of the meeting, aiuVput'ting^iip what  thc Itossliind Miner called a'scries of  great games.' Hugh Brown's rink had  the .bad luck te.,r)Liy no less, than  three tied games, and losecvcry one on  playing oft'the'tie. and as the "Revelstoke second rink did the same thing  twice, our luck was l.ono too good.  The failure of- the ice was a great  disappointment, for even on the slusu  vve had. the Phoenix and Rossland and  Xelsou finishes were'magnificent displays. l     A  The first genenilt,meeting"of new  council was held last night. ' Present: .The, mayor, Aid.- McLcod,'  McMahon and,Foote.    ',  ,        COMMITTEES. ���������*'',     A    '      '  .Tho following, committees appointed Av the ' mayor twere con-;  firmed': ';'"' *' v , " ,r A J  'Executive." & ''Finahce-r^Ald.'  Hume/Law, McLeod./' '' ��������� -,' '  i Works���������Aid. McMahon, Foote,  Taylor.      -,A .        '    '      . r "4-  ' ,Fiie/Water &StigK���������^&]'d7ir$L$  Leod, Foote, Hume,",.,'  A.Heal tii, Bylaws <fc'Licens '  LVtvvvTaylor, McMahon. ,  "���������_,<! "a"',* ���������JOnKESI'b.N'DKNCEl ;  ' ^H.-'EAGillis re saletdel)entures. \ ,  jllis Gordon ^requiring wood .for  pbwerhpu'se. (,M., Anderson (ito ;be  allowed to make up contract"; to*50'  cords', bthor 10 cords to be'$2.85 per  cord; works committee,to "repprfon  future supply. -'     "'',"''- ' V/ $  ' -.','��������� ,^'A '- Acn0^(A���������i'- A--A  a School trustees ffeiborfed estimates' for.schbbl for year as "follows:  Salaries", $4260, y<principal&A"sa]ary  having been increased'$10 a month-  janitor, $660; secretary, $60; cemeii1  ting basement, $400; fence,,$150;  fuel, $300pstationerv,''$150; incid:  entalsp-n'oO; total $6,180.- -Govern-,  ment' grant ris estiipated'at $4,'S00,''  leaving about $1400 to be made.Ap  b\*,citv.    ,_    , , ,        , v       1 *_  '    ,'  A       v.    .     PETITION.       rA '   ,-���������.*'  .Petition was read drawing atten-*  tion to necessity of a_. gymnasium,  reading-room'~and-> public ' library  and suggesting part ��������� of' oldAcnoo!  buildings be" madeT available for  purpose. -, " A *<��������� ' ' ,- ',  M-''Ajdii McLeodA McMahon J'-Law,  and������Footc spoke in favor of suggesj  tion beings taken lip.A-'.' * , \i p.,  , ^The 'mayor, saiti the.council, might  assist by giving iliddt, building'aiid  lighting,-but he considered it'should  not be a future charge on the city  but provided for, by a separate body,  of-- citizens. . He ;api*ipjnted Alcl.'  McLcbcl, Foote'and'Law,a'.commit-  tec.'tb enquire into*tlie; best means  of carrying out tlie scheme.       "   ���������  -"      " B0.V1ID OP WO'lilCS.  ��������� The mayorinstructed works committee to take up question ' of  providing cityJialL.^i-, y  a The ::'Red Cross'-'Drua^StoreJ-'  s*- ���������- "���������-' p * ���������     :  ' a as *J j" ���������'..  ,*..-.    a   " -        -  -   V v_ fyy     y -   A.,'    ���������  A"'":"' i*'   ' '       ~P     ,A���������     j   - '   rmC ~ ^P'.- ,A -A-'  ^A'A.'Have You. Tried Miller's'EoiulsioVrof'Cod^ffifcflTl % a.  ,<-P    '   .  ���������' -' L "r-. , A    A -   --*A"-  ' ''.    -'      -  AA If not why not?',,   -'' ,    '' ^ ,,        .   '-.   ....  ^k'/.   .r    ,       ,*  1 'f-    It contains 50 per cent of pure Norwegian oil and is so'emulsified 4  A-" thiit it can be taken 'by those h.ivitfg a iiiostldeiickteAiisti?".  Sure' ,  !A -cure toi- coughs, eoldsA'iUid  all' bi-oiu-hinl   ti'aiihles. * Try itarrd^,-  A j"ou will'uSu no other'    I'uL up in"two sizes, 50c and.$1.00. 'r ''y   ' '-  rV-;J. ^ATAMmef ^&&  Chernisps_and, -^ - ,  Stationers. -. . '  **������ ������-  MUSICIl'VL LAW.  Lnrgest Furnishers in Western Canada.       \7"ictoria,'B. O.  <$> "r A '^ r*"1 -^? f"^ (^ ^* ^ '^*> pfe f������^i rgi (^ ?wi rj^i p^-, e^-t nti r^i o*-1 r^������ <^' <^ C^ ������^>> '^ f^> rSp  r������fl    jo o a svf,   Jiteae s,  <������?  ���������r*  (V/1  e>  Ab  &������ <^z&'     ������  i^cipjy  Tsea-i  v  VEALE'R  -^CJJA  Made   Clothing,   Shirts,    Socles,  Winter clothing, QiJercilis,Suspenders  Glares,  etc.  ������������l>  t|i  oV)  A.  r-in  inteieating ad-  l.ivvs, sliovving  leijarded ,-is ������  Mtoys ar.d   Chlldran'^   Odercatit.t  and  \Vitil#r Gtaihin<\ at     ^v*  "a Etastern 'Prices t  F<^.cyJelsfol(_e   ^fiatiari;  (VO  r\'^i  \'n tin i.l on Pel>. ^.jth.  .1   A. h'n k   gave   an  (in ss i.[|   ;hc-   miiiiiii;  h.,vv the   indiistiy    wa  ii.i-.iiis ni i.'hmig  itveniic  for the gov-  iiniii^    I'or hist, nice the fee for ci own  <��������� i. in tine lind  been    l.ii ed    from $") to  $10 and then   $2.")     The   taxation   of  , ciiiip.-inie.i.v.iis oiipressivc'iind instiiiic-  |ed the fee of $10 J   charged a 'company  ; fur a miner's license. '        .'  y _. Mr. .MeCarter regarded  the   institu-  | ti(.n as one which   s'.ould   not merely  j vv-i.ii-k  in the pesent   but in the future  I :iiid pointed out  for instanee the great  service the   Association   could do the  district   by   publishing   authoritative  iiyAiits leg.-iriiing its mineral resources.  It whs decided to make the membership fee A  pi-e'seiit ;signed   the  meinber-  .vi"ii:ii Tin; novsernr, v  vvas ovei on .Snliiidiiy 'night, the War  iKagle boys gave us a smoker, which  included one of the finest wrestling  and boxing matches our team - ever  witnessed. . The boys will not soon  forget- the sleigh - drives'in the starlight. Host Hairy llacl-iiitosh. of thc  ljofl'man, put up sonic most enjoyable  rides behind bis quick-stoppers and  drove some lucky members , of thc  team to the Le Koi and Black Boar  mines, whose hospitable'superintendent and master (mechanics showed  them what mines really are.  On IM outlay  Tin: sou: 'suisvivous  of the honspiei were Messrs..Kinc.tid,  Foote and Uarrutheis, tind 10 pass the  afternoon they challenged l.'os&land to  a filial match. The ice was in perfect  condition and after a most exciting  contest and some magnificent piny on  both sides. Dr. On mil hois' rink (with  Mr. Grigor playing lead for him) beat,  ]tos=land's cinck team by one point.  tiii: iio.Nsi,.\xi) mm  made lis all honorary menibcis for' thc  week, n courtesy greatly appreciated  by all, especially perhaps by the one  who tried, not without success, to  teach Itossland to piny billiiuds and  snooker pool. Xo lievelstoke account  of the honspiei would be complete  without thanking .Messrs. Fraser, Gil-  more, Grigor, MacKen/ie and Hairy  Mackintosh���������among many others���������for  an exceedingly pleasant visit to the  Golden Citv.  . "'Resolved tb'aslbT.Taylor'.-M.'P.P.,  to meet council arid citizens to  consider amendments required 'to  municipal law. ���������     t-  1 water and light hates.",  * A general discussion' took place  on charges for, water for, baths,  closets and lawns, and tho sentiment was .the rates on the former  should be remitted.  Aid. McLeod suggested the rale  for installation of electric light be  reduced.- * L  - -The mayor considered   it should  be done at actual cost.-',/  ���������    Matter referred to fire,   water   &  light' committee,  city  solicitor to  prepare bylaw re charges.,  ��������� Jn reply to the mayor the city  clerk said there was about $1500  of vvater and light accounts owing  and aldermen expressed the opinion  if watciA and light accounts were  not paid'"within two months the  supply should be cut off.  1*1111' DEI'AKTMEXT.  Aid.   Foote     urged     procuring  trucks for fire department.     Referred lo F.W. & L* committee.  vault.  The question of safe for city  papers was discussed ��������� and it was  decided to sell one of the safes to  the .Silver Cup for $150 and build a  vault in proposed city hall.  4*,  ���������ptT*i'!*K'itTf'in';rpf4'tTT,i:'1  4-  4*  CARVING SETS,' in cases or in pairs.   *,   bb ' "'   A.. -"  'SIVER   PLATED   GOODS'  Soup Tureens, Biscuit .hu-s, Tete-a-Teie lets -Butter Dishes. Piikle J.tis  Tea Sets, Glass Cruets. .1,'llv .-ind Bon Bon Dishes-, Cake Baskets,  Children's Mugs. .Napkin Rings."XuL Crackers.  ;;.SILVER   PLATED:taOUTLERY  Knives and Forks in sets.    Children's KnifeAFoik and Sjioon in Plated  Ivory and Pearl Handles.     Berry Spoons. Sugar Shells, Butter  Knives, Suis~ois in eases. Razors iti cases.  SHATES. HOCKEY   STICKS: ,r PUCKS.   "'        <  2f    ^    S     i"    ^     lS    *-'    "������. -������'    t*    V    ���������*'    -'    "*-'    tT    *������    i'    "^    -<f    "' ~fl    t"    ���������*���������*   -������'    "*-*    *'    <'    tr    -t?    -tr  *5r  .a.  r.  *$  <&> o*^ oif������> c?.'" -AA- A cik1 ->1?'' "il^ ^' '^?> 'db -'1^ ^ ^' oji> 'it1 ri^ ������^' ^ d?������? ^ r-^"1 o2r> <-^-i Xririyto ^ ^r>  Th  ship  In zinc buying, one smelter unit  Cfpials iO lbs. 100 smelter units  equals I shoit ton. Zinc purchasers  pay for the oie on a basis of (!0 pei  cent /.hie, with n penally in favor of  the smelter when the ore "falls shoit. of  this quality, and in favor of the zinc  ore owner .when it exceeds if Ninety-'  live per cent of the silver contents arc  paid for, I nit an .agreed number of  ounces is deducted first for-it'bciug in  such . bad -company as zinc. '  deduction varies from (! to 110  per ton.  Says the Ledge: A representative  of the Curler White bead Co., of  Omaha and Chicago, has been in thc  Coem-d'Alenc district the past week  interviewing owners, with a, view to  contracting   for   the   silver-lead mine  This  ounces  onipiit,  at  !i  $-1  i -���������:   a  hundred,  LA, !i  Tibi������  -.., A A  SL-iii'asiKS'i'axM.a  CONTRACTS  MAGNITUDE  EXECUTED  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest Class of Machinery   ....  iU\  TOT  Miliaria. Jtsiectric Oo  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER  i       SKATING CARNIVAL.  \ :i..i- |H' ::id... Ciiriiiviil was held nl  ! '.)������������������ iiiii, Wi-dtie-day, when the dis-  |,; ,v ,.i' ������������������..-���������: nn,'ys u::h the l���������-sl of th,'  .-���������a,.,ii. i h'. i.illnwing were I he eos-  tiiini's :is i'���������ii- .,., ,,|,( linahl,.;  Mi-. IMiiiii.-. Aim,x,hi (jueen: .Mi-s,  H'.imii-, l.i!i!e lied Hiding II,,,,,!; Mi-s.  IIi-!'g"."|. her u'l-iindiiKiihei-; Miss  .\bij..>r. A-n'.iiidy Iliide; Mis., Umine,  .-���������..V (,', "I'r.i���������>|-A.f, .Mi.-.s li. S.-uvyer, Queen  Kli/nbi'ih; .Miss: Audersnu, lied, White  is  igiiinsl i',U, the Hal. rate olVered by the  ��������� American Smelting it 'Helming Company. jTlic Oniiilni, people nre prepared t(i| lake .'{00.000 tons of concentrates a. year. There is good ground  fur Ih" belief Unit a bet ler pi iee will he  paid for lead in Ihe near future,,us the  .Carter AVhile head Co, consumes  about -I per cent of the entire lend  output of theUnited States, and if the  com puny concludes to stand out,  against the .mnclter combine, it will  undoubtedly be in (he market, for |{.C.  ores and lead product.  BOARD  OF  TRADE  Special Meeting.  A special meeting of the board vvas  held Thursday, the president,. C. F.  landmark, in the chair, (r. S McCarter was appointed secretary pro  tern.  K. Waul and VV.dcV.be Mnistrc  were elected members.  Correspondence was rend 'from the  Montreal Chamber of Commerce  re appointment of Lord Strathcomi as  Covernor-Goncral of Canada, from .I.L.  Ilct.iiHick re silver-lead interests, but  no'action was taken on the' former as  it was not/considered within the province of the board, or on the, latter 'tis  the matter had been dealt, vvitli.  11 was decided to draw the attention  of Supt. Down ie re complaint that  shipments from Hevelstoke were not  delivered punctually- by'.C.I'.ll. steamers at lake points aiid to write the  Chief Commissioner of bands and  Works asking that provision bo made  on the estimates for a train way past  IJeiith Hupids, to emible the chain of  navigation' in the Big Bend lobe  completed.  '!-UPU?y /*  ���������^ttrV  Youi  to hi^hi  Scale of   Wages can be   raided  rNotes-BANK NOTKS  YOUR. SCALE  '    OF -WACES'  IVli'plinnjvTelegraphy. Clieiuisi r-y  ing. .Bookkeeping     Stenography.  French, German and Spanish (with |iln  10 percent diseomii. allowed to tho.'  The International  Corresfondence Schools,  s-VitAXruX. i'-V.  cm   train you   in   your  -jini-e time by  iii.iii lo iri(ri-.i-e ydnr value to ycuii������t'lf  l,v  iiKieas-ng  youi   viilii"   to   oiIu-ks.  VV'e oll'er iiisti uction in   th"   fellow ing  subjeit-- Me, h.iniciil. Sum ni, Klectiital  Civil. S init.ii y and   .Mining Kngineei-  ing:  Shoji and-Foundry: Pr.ul ic-e; Mc-  i-biiuii-.-il I)r-;ivviiig Archil ret lire. Archi-  li-etui-.il Diiiwing, Phiinl.ing. .Healing, '.  iiiul    Vi'titilnt ion,  'Sheet.   Metal   .vork... .  Oiiiiiini'iil.ii   l.):-M"gii,   r.et.teiini.'   illill   I'aint  l-higlish1   liiiiiiches.    101,tI i o-Tlier.-i pent its,  ir,gr,i|'ii).    ...  ��������� s, 'iiriiug in this ad veil iseiiient.  A (Id ri  \V.  II. Me  lOCOAIJ, Local  r. o. Box. i:-;n.  Ilepieselit.-ilive,  Nel-ron, lb C.  Dr. Newell, ore buyer for the Sol by  siiiellei- of Siin Fi'itncisco, is buying  ores. His price is $2 and he will take  nil he caii contract for providing  reasonable freight rates can be secured.  A I'cpi'csciilnlivc of the American  .Smelting Company lias also been in  Sliicuii recently upon a similar mission. The latter was after zinc and  lead ore. It is understood sonic extensive contracts were entered into,  Wholesale and Retail  .    .   .   Meat Merchants-.  Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  *^psE5^Calgary, Alberta '/ ������?.'
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DWARD A. I JAG GEN,
PROVINCIAL MINING ASSOCIA-
- - ��� - tioat,   ;   ���
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'ICfforlhhave been made at vari-
ous,dimes" to 'organize associations
for the .promotion ��� of flhe mining
interests'Abut all have died." Tho
.Provincial IMining,^Association,or,-
ga ni zed'at Victoria starls under
good auspices, and ,is' being so enthusiastically (taken 'tip 'all, over Ihe
province that ,it looks,ns if it'liad,
come lo stay.* A powerful organization 'watching over, the mining
industry can do' much Ib'keep (he
mining resources /of the province
before*investors and lo enlist capital and enterprise; in Ihedevelop-
nient'Of our' mine's! \\\c wish th'e
new organization' success andvtrusl
the meeting' of ���delegates^ from all
parts of the ft province to lie held,at
Victoria next" week to further the
interests of the association will be
caiyicd out in such a manner as to
secure the best, results not'only for
the mining , industry 'but' for the
interests of A'1C province, as , a
whole A'        r ,'���* A
Mixing Engineer, *, '
(Mem. American Institute. iMinini, Engiiitxis]
'   ,   " (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)
A "A   "* '   Revelstoke, B. 0^<
Examination of and reports on. Mineral l'io-
' ponies a Specialty.  ���"- ,
Wi1
ILLIAM A..BAUER,.
.���   cas(L's*sv:A     _ i' i.   s ,
v.    Dominion ,t ruovixciAL Land
bUliVLVOR.      ^ ���
1 , V     , ,. |.��
Surveys of Mineral Claims, Timber Bei ills and
Crown Lands.
,. Cire of J. D. Sihuai.d, Ituv-i;i.3ioici:. B.C.
"KIRK.
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A.
i     Dominion and  Provincial  v
v Land Surveyor,
i Revelstoke, ' B.C.
ISS EDWARDS.
TRAINED JIEIUCALANH SURGICAL
NUHcE. '
REVELSTOKE, li.cl
Zlie lf\OOtena\>YIDaii
SATURDAY, JANUAltV 31; ,15)0:1.   I
' Members of the silver-lead delegation are.loud iir their praise? of
th'e patient hearing given their case
by_8ir Wilfred J.aurier and other
members'of the ministrv.
A Ait X.  RAILWAY.
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, The Camborne1 Miner points out
thc charter for the A'.',& K. railway
expires on April,1st and the section
from .Trout1 Lakct to ^Arrowlic^cl.
uncompIclecT.,,' Qur contemporary
remarks:���"The'farco of granting a
charter to a' railway/ company on''
certain conditions'AuuP abrogating
those conditions from, time to lime
at the will of (..the 'company, is in
line with the usual '"unbusinesslike
jind \v7inlonly recklessTiclmihistri,*-
tioiis of puerile governments this
province'has suffered, uiider during
the'past, ton years. *'
, '"If the C. P. K. won't" complete
the A. & K. railway, cancel their
charter, and other companies will,
no'doubt, gladly enter a Held which
ha is such great 'potcnialitics from'a
railroad'and other ^points of view.
'* ':Thc people of, ��� the Lardeau
shouldshbw a ^ warm^ interest in
"this question' and take immediate
steps looking to the protection of
their interests at thc next session'
of the legislature.", , *' A,
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b(j; p/K> OFFICIALS.'-    ' -
It'says much 'for the judiciousness of the selection of the C.*L\ li.
,oflicials that as>' a-, rule '-'they have
thc confidence and1 esteem of the
ibuniArpiis, employe's /ilnclcr .their
control.i When the announcement
wa�� made' a fortnight ago that
General Supt. ^Marpole was likely
to be moved from Ins.'present position, railway men of 'all blanches
of Ihe service expressed to us their
deep regret that there should be
any prospect of losing him as their
chief, and spoke highly of his relationship to them. The manner
in which Mr.'Marpole has endeavored lo deal out justice to_ the men
while at the same time protecting
the interests of the company, is
universally recognized. , \Vhat the
manner of the proposed change is
mav not be   known   for some time
ed by the hydraulic process remaining in California arc estimated as
containing $500,000,000, ,in addi-
tion, to���which^ground' there .are
several' huifdrcirniilcs of known
beds of ancient rivers, estimated to
yield from $50,000 to $ 1,000,000, per
mile also still remaining to be worked. Iclaim thabthe districts of British
Columbia "which I havceiiumerated
possess,- at a conse'rvativc eslimate,
an area ofrich auriferous deposits
ton times greater tli'an',tlie'slate of
California,;���and > that means ten
times,the estimated, gold contents
of the Golden State." Now, that is
strong language   but   Mr.  llobsbn,
.ought lo know ' what ho is talking
about.    Such Astatetnenl, coming
.from a man pf, wide 6xperiencc in
the mining of -placer gold,should
assure to this,, province an immense
influx of capital for 'the development of,placer .ground.' The'prospects of thc BigT JBend Hplacer deposits-are not  behind  Cariboo and
Ahis 'district sliould jbenefit immensely from, the movement.'to
develop the placer' resources" o^ the
country. ''      'A       <     < A    '
Canada is -'forging.* ahead in her
detennination not,-only to take a,
leading'pla'co An'"the- Empire,,but
among" tlie nations ,of 'the earth.
TSir Frecleii-ic Borden says,steps"haye
becn-faken towai-lls" instituting a
Canadian nayy.y "When,, that has
been achicve'cl the interests of Canada-will'have protection on larid and
soli, another Aink wi 11''Jjcforged,in
the chain o"f the empire.,.1*A'dr is
thcrCany reason why Canada should
not have herrown,,navy. ' For'somc
'years the Australian colonies have
supported the Pacific squadron and
there litis ne'vcrr"bccn any,cause to
regret this feature of colonial policy.
Thc Pacific Divsion'bf thcC.'P.R.
is the most' diflicult to handle,''of
entire system, with 'its " length of
mountain's, and track, traversing
miles" of .country "liable to heavy
falls of snow and slides. Yct'thc division is under,' such' < papablc'Ad-
ministration from Superintendent
to scctionma'n iliat rarely is a'.train'
delayed for any length of time over
tlie-divisLori and when'trains arrive
late it is inva'riably'f 'because -.they
reached,the" division behind time.
The latcSupt-ADucliesnay used-to
boast that if "a -train arrived seven
hours late oiAtlns' division;it could1
be pc put into -Vancouver on-time.
WAGALLIHER, M.P.
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Does Splendid .Work ' at  '���Ottawa:
''"W. A. Galliher, M. P'./'has'returned home, in< addition' to'looking
ing after ,the lead delegation, he,,
attended to ai'large numbe'ipf matters affecting his constituency.
Lie made., arrangements villi the
'postmaster-general,' for.opening the
following poslolliccs:' iN'ortlr'Star,
near Kimberley;''Annis,, near Sica-
mpus; Silver Greek; Moberlcy; near
Donald; "'Boundary,' Falls, -near
Greenwood; 'Gold Fields," in the
Lardeau, 'and Morrisspy'Mines. . -''
"Mi-'.'Galliher'"also, arranged I for
mails-between Penticto'n'and Ifcd-
ley,.A:ind 'between Wilmcr ' and
Oranbrook.., ' * A. 7 *      '   ' v> A      y
Alightrhonse will' be1*'built at.
Pilot- Bav-      ' ]'"      -a
1 ft is high time 'the pcbplciof British
Columbia becan tn think more'of
their province. Visitors invariably
return delighted 'with British Columbia and its ,prospects. * Mr.
Farngay, of Hat Portage, who
edited the , ilossland Miner foi- a
time considers British Columbia
the richest province in the Dominion and richer by i far than any Of
the states of the (Anion. What has
been accomplished in minine mat-
tei> he declines to be omy a tore-
ta'ste of what will be done during
thc next decade. ��
Good Means of1 Attracting Attention
' " '    to,Tin's'.Section, ry   t
-A. O. Wheeler,,' of' Ottawa','-wh'o
has been working, in"-,the Rocky1
mountains om the ,Canadian topographical survey, writes thc Free
Press suggesting a.'CanadiapApine
or Mountain' Club be 'formed for"
purpose of,'supplying gui'des,' club-
houscs and facilitiesJfor mountaineering of its pi'cmbers and for tho
attracting^ of other,' tpurists. and
���visitors.   -*'',.; < -    H
He suggests^thc "'club hcllivided
into two sections; the Uocky, mountain section,'and the Selkirk section
ahd'lliat the proposed clubhouses
be-ABuilt' ,at -JLa"g^an, -Field 'and
Glacier."     - , *    * "    '
He'calls' attention to'!'tlioj'fact
th'at'an Alpine Club was'"fbrmecVjn
Canada in 18S3 but,that itAvas not
thoroughly taken up. '.The1 suggestion of a Canadian Mountain-Club
is a.g����il one and should be takonv
up'scrious'ly this time.       - ,j
Why you should buy
Becau'se''it'is<tliei^est (|u,'iiity.      ,-
Because 'l'*'s' L'U! ino,'',l,'���,!l'..,n'.M.S.c'*1L'"'
Because  it is the  lariresl   high grade
A    '' ,,    ���") or 10c. plug.     ,        '  J
Because  tlie   t.-ius iii-ii'  viiiiiiilile   l'or
'        (    ' pi'i'iniuiii'-until Jiinu.iry If,t
Because'
v.mr,. <-< | , .,.
,vv-e  pun ni n lee
aiid '
every ,phij.
Because , your'dealer is inillioi-ized to
. '  * , i-eliiiid  vunr  inoncy if .von
'are not t-ntislfied,
THE EMPIRE, TOBACCO'Co. LIMITED
HENRI'S, NURSERIES
Fruit and Ornamental.Trees
",  Greenhouse* and'Hardy Plants   *
*    '     / . .    , ,       V        I      ���    |'���"
' t -Roses, Rhododendrons, etc
'   ->        .        -'    {' '? *,'   'fi  -   .
'Tons of Home Grown and Imported
Garden, Field and Flower'Seeds >
t- - i   - 4'or Sprinpt Planting.. - *  ' -
,   "*     i- *-���    -,,
CUTFLOWERS gtSiSSSS
__'   '���  -- Funernl DesiRiis.   L
^g^sssss^Kzsssssai^osffi'
'.��toi
s
i" , Bovril is* invaluable in the kitchen
'as b)Aits aid,rich nourishing-soupsr.\|
and   tasty gravies', can be prepared"""
, iii a few moments.   , It-also.adds flavor
,'v'and strength-to stews, hashes; ragouts
and every other, clisli for which itis "employed. ,' No cook who aims at culin-    ,.���
< ary successes; at,a small cost and at fesi^g?
a short notice, can.do''���without ' o���^^^^U
> -        DiUi OIL -,,
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A Valuably Asset to' Hthe���C: R. R.
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'   Referring ' to   the  mountains on
the C. P.' U. in the Times,;.Edward
Whymper, (he- celebrated hnoun'-
taineer, says:���Alf.- the ^tVulh,werc
told, itMvoukl-pvobably 'be-- found
that, at the inception .of thc Canadian Pacific, Railway, the'proniot-
ers of the line looked -upon the
mountain section asjin unmitigated
nuisance/and never, dieamed that
it could become an important source,
of revenue. They had no't then, as
they have now. the/fact before them
that cosily., mountain ���, railways,
made solely for louiist Ira flic, can
yield handsome dividends, even
vvlfen thev; are only .worked for a
mere fraction of the year. The
company'may sell its lands, hut il
will not part with its mountains.
Time will increase their fame, and I
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',M, J. -HENRY,.
30UIJ   Wcistinii'ister   Koad,   Vanoouvci
' White La'iioii Ox'ly.
Kootenay Lodge
No. inji.F. &A.M.
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���.,     ,   . . *  ���      ,' I think before   I0112; it  will bo found
lho Jintifch government was only,anil acknow]etiqcrt, that   thev birc
its- consols- dividends,. imong,t ;la most permanently valuable possessions.
extended to nunniore
but there is something in the wind,
and it may be the completion of,the  able to meet
scIk me pYojecled some time ago bv ton Dec. ."list by borrowing $15,000,-
which the Pacilic  Division   tiiav be j OQ0, from   the    banks.       Yet   the.
is1   not    cursed bv-,"
  like    Dick   Mc-J.
e of the Canadian census! AlAupt.Uarpole promoted to thej Bride; Ciipt.' Tatlovv.andAi few more j
liminution   of, the' P0Slli0n ot general   manager ot the; conceited   apes    who   rave    about { sannua
' new division. ��
If thit he soil   will be with satK
faction Unit   the   bijr* t-taff   of th*
J.unction so j mother country
as to lake in thc   Crow's Nest road,  calatintv  howlers
������   A "femur
returns is the diminution of, the
family in every pVovinee , except
Manitoba. Even in Quebec, which
is eminent for it? large fa 11 ii lies,
there is considerable decrease.
It is a matter for international
congratulations that a commission
has been decided on to define the
Alaska boundary. lions. |). Mills
and Clifford Siftmi will probably
represent Canada on the commission.
'   '     BANKING.        ,      *
>
There arc now 35 chartered hank* in
who
British Columbia going to ihe dogs A Tin- covereisrn Hank will open ji
because the government ' is not in ' branch at Vancouver,
their hand.s. UritUh Columbia will (" The Bank of Ontario hn.s decided to
j Pacific Divi.sion will learn tli.it Mr. .be alive'and prospering when .-ueh j inciease its capital from $'1,000,000 to
t Marpole ie stiill   to   he   their chief,   men have   gone, to   the ir account j *? 1.000,000.
I It i.s not yet knovvn who will be Mr.  and their memories fr-rg ottr-n. t    There  P  money hy   tlie mihiun in
j Mr.ipole's ^itcce.-siif.   hut   the Seh-r-' ' =        '     ; the hank-of Ontuiiu.   "in the smaller
j tion will probiiblv   lie   made  from'     The Toronto -(ilobv.   advocate^ a ' town= tln-iii'ist nf thi�� i.- fanpeiv' c-
the pre.-ent A:\ii of   I'm ifie Supcrin-   V'P'^y ''���hat, in any further grant-'l"      Bank of .Mniitrnil shares, snid v.\
tendents, Me.-srs.  Dovvnie, - K
rick, or   Ilea.sley.    It   i:-   gt nera
ii!v
the   f)0Ui
or
'President Hliauglineae.v diAap-
jiruvea land or cash sub.sidie.- to
the Grand Trunk or Canadian
Northern railways. We hope ihe
President will he loyal to his new
tbctrine and not hold up Canada
for anv more honiues.
The propo-al of tlie ("nited State.-
to remove the duty from conl.-hould
be hailed with .-titi=faction in this
.province. It will open an unlimited market for the product of the
Vancouver I-land ami Crow'.- Xe^t
coalfield-", and will .-ave !f-!0n.(j00 a
vear alone to the C. P. I!.
viit'at-1 railways ov  the  iioijitmon
���p-'vinei.tl    covr-rnni'-nt-i.   tii'- govcrn-
thought Htpit. Ihiwnio, u- the
senior, will have the po-iti'm. Ti*
.-0. the selection will he one "it
which tlie division may . he ion-
gratulated, as Mr. Dnwnie hii-
[lroved a first-class, railroad man.
What can be said of him may ai.-n
be said of Hupts. Kilptttrick and
liea.-lcy whose turn for piomotinn
must come in the course of events
wlieie a incut railway is continually extending its s-y-tein and ^ivinir
promotion to the best of its ollic.ial-.
! iiient .-hiuiid rc(ei\e th" coinjianAs
-tock tn the value of -uch 'jrr.mts.
If '-uch a -\stc-m is .id ben adopted,
the C P. K would today be in control of the, troV'TijiTiont. and there
would be ii" (hi lyjt-.T from th'- r*--
pi-ated n port- that, the Aim-rii an
railwav- line- ur" t-rvjiiir to itcpiiK-
control of ths (}. P. K.
Till
'f.AC
OL'TLdOl
peakintr at the   meotiii-; tn foi in
i the priivincial Mininir   A-sociation.
1 J. P.. Ifoh.-on,   of   the Caribou Hy-.
. draulic   t'uiiipiiiiy,   made   =onie as-! o.rlif.aticit
I la- Canadi an news'p' per- aie no
longer under obligation lo the C.
P. It. for pjsses- over the road a.- j,'.",'_jj,"f'| |,''
th'vhavt .0 pay l,Ti(ir fares-iiiiic as '
iinv body ^]s,-. This ought to result in 'Jie pre-s' taking a nior,-
indopcr.deiit coin-,- in n-Loird to the
pdatto ,i-hi[> of   the-
public, -iiiee then- is
-.nlvvav- lo the
no 1'ini'er anv
h.
to
���if-ii   in   Montreal  lust  week     This i~
th'    hieh'st pi ice evi. v reali/eil for the
"o.itiiv'- -toek
Tin Bunk nl Novii ,-Voti.i has a
rtserve filial of -f.-,..00O 000, l.">0 p"r tent
on tiie < M.itrti. Tin' lotiil prolits I', r
th' ...t v"v"i- .ti:jo.:i-2->riu.
'r!|,-f'loui, IJ.mk vvillopeu .1 biaiiehe*
it Yam >>ovf i. SI,,cm City ami Nel-
-oii. Th' hank li.i- I tie li.tnkiiiir
lli.siur-* for the Ontario >!"',111 I.llin-
bi-r Co v. lit' h v, ill ��� opetiit" nt .-'incir.
Ci'v.
in tl,'- '-nit of Iliiiton Co v. II,ink
of Montreal tie- cotu I k.iv judiuii'ut
foi th'' plaintiff ioi amount oi.tehirpie
1.ik ol th"b,mk- 'ii..pl',.,s
tin cunt liol'hi)'.' the H. ik'- -it;n.itiiie
vv.[s oiilv trf"r'l on ehf en, - j .ii,]  t,,, the
111 ID  -    (K'ht    .1! 'I 'lid  11 it  WI" -111!   the
l>ank iii I'.i-hir;'.' tin    elerpi.'  .. ei    tie
1 (itlllt'T
BiLLY^.WILLIAMS
WirOr.Ks-.VI.l'MlEAI.KIl l.V
OYSTERS AND CLAMS
;    .      (SlIKl.l.lilAOU cxsniKuAn)    ,
201 Cirriill -I.       YANCOIIYI'A D. C
Halcyon Hot Springs
^fa.nita.rixim.
mill-: MKDtCAL WATHHS of Ital-
' X. cyori ;ue tlie niusl eur.ilive in I lie
vvinld. A pet-l'eel, n.-iliu ,-il remedy lor
nil Xeiviuts nnd JIusi nlar1 diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach .iiilinent.s
and ilel.-dlie Poisonum;. , A sure cure
for "That, Tired Feeling." Special
rule*, on all , lio.-its and trains. Two
mails .iirive aiid^ depai I, evei y day.
Telegiapli coniiiuinication with ali
part's ol Ihe 'woilil. An experieneed
lll.-lbb.'lllgei*.    '
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrow LaKc. 2. C.
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
-J'lunipt, delivery of parcels, baggage,
etc., to any part of the City.
Any Kind of Transferring
Undertaken.
All orders left at K. .M. Siiiyllie's,
Tobiifeo .Stoic, or by Telephone, iSTo. T
will receive prompt attention.
A GUARANTEED CURE
For All Forms of Kidney Disease
=orne as- i
citv
Steps should   be   taken   in
proposed     amendments     to
municipal     law     to     give
council- power to remove old -hacks
which cccupy   good   building site.-
and are a menace   to health as well
a? a serious 'disfiguration of   cities.
Revelstoke is no exception.
f]10 1 founding -tatenif nt- legtinlmp thej
the! Prospective wealth of tlie province '
"'in   ]iia(er   cold.      He   -aid:���For',     ��������� \\
your   iiifonii.-itioii    I   might   -ta'.r-' \'ieii,i-;
that diirint'   the   pa-t   eleven \i��nrs
the Con-olidated   Caiiboo I!
lie   Minim.'     ���(.""
���f 1.000,01)0' "j n
Lord ^trathcona ha.-given inendi-
cani parson.- a deserved hit when
lie deprecates the .application of
worthy Canadian clergymen for
Kngli.-li ' contributions towards
Canadian churches. He said (!ana-
dians are (piite as capable of supporting their own churches, its
Englishmen are.
v'.Jiau-
oiiipany    '-.'<y* ii<:''iid
(T,..,.,..,,.,.,,, in   e'piiptiHmt.    AgititiHt
this expeiiditure   we r��e.c��ftred during the   progress   of   iovi.-lo[itrieiit
POLITICS.
p ni-i .'on .  1 li-elioii    iir
ll,|s   h( I 11   plOtl'st'll.
Chi i-4.  Poll;,   is   -a i|    (,,    |) t\e
pi(ispn;1s yf 1 1,',-tion at \ in. o'l'-er
���   Hon, .1. I),   Prentice   is   lifting-
liiier dtiriii-j ab-ience in Ottawa of
Prior.
Advifs from .Vancouver .-'tat
M
<h;,)
'  'l'io
tl."
Xoith   eh"
!     We, the uiulei-signed  ih ut,gisi.s,  are
1 fully   prepiued   lo   i^ive   the   riillowuif,'
itnaiMiitee with eveiy "10 (cut  hoi lie   ol
III. Pellinirill's   Kiiliiey-Woi L 'P.-i lilel ���*,
, 'the   only   lemed.v   111   the   woi Id   that
lie |,i,!,il ,11  I.if    h,ok   -Oil   atraii'-l ' p0_jt n-,.|'y   lines   all    troubles   aiisilitf
-on''s Barn-- to   if, <eer   anion"!,   of   iiom weak or diseased kidneys:���
i,i-   mid   an   fii.n'.A"   mi   ioi'",b     "."Money   (li-cr hilly   I etui bed  il' I he
P un
,'iik n'-
���t.'.n    <
an   1 n.p ,A e   ( n
'11,.
<Jf H ��l 1
Prr-l
(>. 1. '���
fiirt 'lismi-s. (|
'/nnd that, th'
. s \, vi ,. ,,'1 I,, '!. I' nda.it - 111
f.ijri and 'if.oil ii pri -I nt-it ion of
<k a, t,.i/ f. 1 j.l.initirt- to.it I he
,,- to v i.oi'i p iv ;,., lit ,v.i- 1.1 uii
tii": net-son.- .i.ariK-il  in Sin'   eh'-ek-
���Th
]irogi-e.-s
!fl ,07, .000 in gold   ',,i(t, <rf which  was j Foley, t.he'lul.or ca.ndiilat" will
put back into iin.vir.'/votiiciits. b,;- Me.I'het.-on, l.iher.-il. n clo*";
The Horsefly f;Iydraulic Mining
'Company expended in like manner
���f-loO/JOO, iiti.'l during their dovelop-
operatior;s took,, out gold to the
ainouip, of ASO.OblO. This was al-o
expiai'.lvd in dcvcloprrienl, work.
N(-.mv, genl hanen,   can  anv of von
C lint.
ive   It. ,
litflTil.-(.r .-'-at. A
The    s-oeiii list,   . says.
political   lisdit    in   Cana'
t.v;<'(-li    the   Hociirli-t    par
as pav
Th-
show-
-�����;;>,:,
.-���in
-tat'-.n-.'
proli'
ot  ot
-A l.OOO,,
li'
h,.y,,
���At wa
pr''ii;.!Illl
>-' 11 ,-.-���>
Pank
^7!k-
O'l
-'illeiei is mil n-lievid and iinploved
afl-ru-eol one bottle, Tluee lo six
bottles < IVi 1 I asionisl.inj, and peini.in-
i'iii 'lues It''not hIicviI mid inred
vou vv.ist.. 1,0, money."
Canada Hook <VJ III tiff Co,  fad..
It-velHloKe,   li. C.
��� ,1. A. .Millei'AyC,,., Di'iiKKisls.
y  ItevHsloki',' I!
Ili-iilA-!,
Ilevelslnke.   I!
Walter li-vvs
C-
'.''" /,!' doctbrctlToi>u.year,ciiKlra half for \vliat"Ahc"cl,6c'tor,lold x
mc was eall stones. "'"V/hAd ..read- so   mucli i about   the; relief-
Ripans Tabulcs gaye other'people I'thought; U.wouJdy'eAs&Aie.,-,
-I have used ciAf of the^-'cent boxes aiid  have; no Abaci'a spell".
.    j-       1 u j I -i ~.J��1    _-u.~ - 'vJ]-B��e-��*-/    v.    r     1 J       1 IT   tl \��  {��������� I
since." "t"    \-y    - '*���   '-       *- -"     ' A   -,;- -     , ~-~,    ,�����   ^-'.  A1'---
A'y^     AT   'DRUGG-ISTS.      A,'pA'/~ '    '
The fivc-ceiu-.|)ackct   is   enough   for an ordinary occasion
The fain iiy bottle, sixty cents, contains a supply for a''year.
4 aortas'j
A<-
akesperia
oedi
history   of   cacli  play, explanatory and critical
3ind complete life of Shakespeare.
200
ustrations, Photugr.ivures
and Chromatic Plates.
Thi.s is one  of  the finest
Editions   published,   with
notes, glossaries
lr>
,!
ill I
1,111'
nox!
e he.
the
Vita!
: dividend '
cent., wen
I.he ollie
the ;,;-,vi,a;s   y>�����;���     ),,,,'!
oilil.Pi.s.l I, out of wiii'-h
i i! .', and ;, not.h-r   of     I
[���.-iid.  .f 10,0'Ki li-,o,>i, i-i, d
<' |,ei..-ioi. fund, ifiJ'I.'i li! 1
. I he
completed
(.ili-rnl party.   The ('onsen-alive parly j on  11-w l.ran'.'h'v. ifM'MI.IH'O  parried   I'
  is'.'iy that this is: not, an enoouriieing
A leading iniijing  pajier say.-:���! outlook for   the  development of an.
V'Tlic   ice-ling' among   investors in j immense hydraulic mining industry
op'per sditires- is   much   better than   in this province ?
"It is now well known thai, in
Yale, Cariboo, Ciis.-iar, Oniiiieca
and Alllin there exisl, the rich est.
and most extensive deep alluvial
deposits to bo found -anywhere on
earlh. (Applause). To compare:
The deposit's capable of being work-.
at any lime during the iin��(. (ifteen
month.-, and despite the remaining
effects of light money and the warnings of the pessimists, odppei'sbarcs
have scored a good advance during
the past two weeks and have retained the ground won,"
is alrea.dy dead, ne.A-r lo   i���-    resiiseil-
I'.tCll."
lion. Clill'ord .Sifton, Minis-tor of the
Interior has been recalled to Ottawa
by Hir Wilfrid Laurier to confer with
him on important mutters of policy,
Mr. Sifton was on his way lo l!ritinli
Columbia, when recalled,
I'reiii/ei- I'rior and Al toriiey-tieiiernl
Kberls have submitted the ens- for
hirj;ei- grants for' the province to the
LaiirAr govorriineiil., and joined with
the dclfgfiti'on represeiillng nil the
proviucea askiiiif belter tei-ms all
round.
reserve, w m-n :s   now   .f2,iV)0,lji)0, ni���l
.f'.lJl/ijM.K'J carried forward.
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of 1 heir funds. ���
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Address,. / ',' J-  .'���������*i  u,\m;j^aa  ������!,*'-  .'���������...''  I'  ,-</..  ? ���������  ll.1  /  ���������J  ','    '   Cfc   I  ���������������������������<������5>#-������7'<C"X������H":������<:������������:������:������'':������x������x������'.>   st  Y  ��������� THE. MAM  OUTSIDE.    , -' .?���������  ' ,   Evciyfcody-Ji'or ��������������� ten' miles ^ around"  O know    *tbtit   , Burt���������   Thatcher    and  Minnie   ���������JJp.\ff) ������ weie engaged   'She  - was tho ^a'Jfihter  of a' farmer,. and  ���������> ^  be was ti oto'k-in a village "stoic, and  both     had many     fr lends' and     acquaintances    TlnAouisc of tine love  * was running'along as smoothly as a.  pair of bob sleighs in wmtei tune,,  when a windmill agent came along  and sol* Farmer David a mill  This'agent' was a middle-aged-man  with golden - whiskers anc), a    great  ^'deal of cheek, and,  as he had to di-  * reat  the   'setting up  of tlie mill,'" he  t was  at thc farmhouse    for a couple  ���������of wceka"f"'llis,, ^attention  was. early  v   attracted1 to Mmme, and,J no matter  >iow many wives and children'he had  hidden away _   m_ other localities' he  , ijjosed^ for^    ah  old, bachelor for  the  nonco,  and  utteied-moie  woids      of  v praise   t and  flattery   in  ICh, minutes  thW vsho',hacJ eiei   beard in a month  ,' before K Tlie knowIcdgB that she was  engaged,  together, with' .->   f.ifht     ol  the youngvman who, was,to leavl her  and grumbling and     getting ������i dunk  of watci  al^the well."' ''    " ���������    *    . 's  'With her heal t- inj her mouth'    and  the shot Joun, ieady< to, fall fioin'her  tiembliug     hands  the '   gnl waited  The tramp /whistled,    _ and  then  sat  down* on the doorstep' But only-f",*;  a moment* 4Then he arose and seemed! to' move along' to a kitchen window    His    'game was lo.iaiso .  the  sash    and ' '.smash the" '"glass,  and,  shutting hei  eyes and ti listing   that  hci  giaye would be kept green,' Minnie poin'ted'   llio. gun somewhcio    01  othci  and pulled the tiiggor      ahem  was a. flash a roar and a yell' Scaled as she     was she   'detected something familial' m/tho tones    of     thc  yell, aiul|Whcn hei  name, was shouted she     opened  thc    door,���������to'admit  Burt   ,1 hatcher ,  He had      not  only  hcaid-oi"  the  accident that dct.unod  hei   parents,' biit.hadi'madc use of it  to  dnve out to  the faimhousc   ,and  tell  thc girl how  souy he .was, < foi  making a chump of himself - lie was  not at  the window  whcn''tho .   shot  v.as fried,   but1 walking .away. , from  nt ?,Most ' of,the charge, went'wild,  but about'a do/en of the''little  pel-  lots     peppered      Ins    shouldets  and  QUEBE FADS THBT'EAVfi  his.    well-intentioned lelative,     and,  quite iccenl'ij, he was still leading a  life of langorous'ease in his puvate  SOME    THINGS    THE RJETIRED [public house ,      ,     -  RICE OF LONDON DO. '    AnotllL'r transformation of the   in  terior of a family    mansion les-ulicd  Relieved Victims of .Corns���������Broker  (    Turned Wight Into Day at  Great Cost.    \ ,  A(strange thing occurred about 30  years ago, wneicby the authoiitics,  at "the Bailk ofj England vand thc  uunt��������� were foi a* time completely  mj stifled, says' Peai'-ori's Weekly A  foimcr member of a wealthy ' laiik:  mg firm, ,, 13ip.nl-some by, name, a  whitc-boaided, venerable-looking old  man,'i(sided in a .mar.Mon abutting  on a fashionable "West End squat e  All'his liie',' the uay-lor<g .ungle 01  coins in the Lombard sfect * counting hou<5c had been as^mus.c in his*  ears, and hot, ,m ,his declining  years-,'a strange'thought had entered  inlo"his soul ,  The poor old nan had conceived  lho idea that the <=tote 'of the cooper  coinage was a disgrace to the realm,  ind (that the cui rent, pence and halfpence needed was.Vng"     "Accoidirgly,  woikcd  out and  tho  marriage,    day.  beonrset when  the old folks' icached'  to the hymeneal altai, animated ..the  agent, with'a spmt jOfjdeviltiy,  and I home,, and the mother   elevated '"ho,  - he swung the praises of,Aiiiime Davis1  j    ,  till t Bu 11 ^ Thatcher's, jealousy * ~w as  **> -^aroused   J and he (was road j." 101  ,   a  ' y 'quarrel , ���������, ,   y    ,v_      _    v ' f  ���������"   ^  nAVhen,once a^young mantlets'-~ his"  -. best -i = girl  undei stand ��������� ,that he,., is  .     v' jealous of her. shci feels it'her bound-  " l en-duty to" make~him-as itncomioit-  'able"as,she     can for^  a, few'weeks  '- Young Thatcher1 might as' well    have  I ,    been jealous of Minnie's gi.'ndfather  -., as of Ihoiwindmiil man,  1 with     his  golden whiskeisAbut'v'hen^hc    heard  j  that thc two,sang hymns and plajcd  chcckcis    togcthei,    m adaition -   to  ;g<itheilng hai-Mist apples and reading  T,      Shakcspenie  on   ( the  fiont  vcrand.t  ���������^ nftci   dinnet,   thc gieen-eyed  morsteb  dnTnr>T.rfofl    ,   i OW " *"      *-  domanded  ��������� ������       *f  i<  ",.'   One was foithcoming    One evening  ���������,tlie clerk drove up to Faimer^ Da\is  '\with bis jaw, "sot," and five minutes  later ho wasjsajing  to the girP , of  his-liear t ,    j, ' ,  v������i"'Fvilse crcatuie,"1/.how   daie - j-ou  .look mutiny eyes'after the way you  lia-ve-icamcd/ori"    with   that  vallai-  wlnskered old hollyhock  ���������"��������� ,    ������  -    a VHis TvhisJcers nic not jellow,~^but  , *golden,", corrected llinnre,  "and hets  " hardly ^nore-thanAf young man yet "  * . , VHai,' , It must be a' case" of love  ,**at first- sight,-.- with'the'', whiskeis  v>- thrown in "    "���������>f '-.V A >'    '  '  i    "I say his^whiskers aie goloen "  P "They arc'yallar '\ ���������>*   ���������>-'*  - '  mA"You want  to pick-a quarrel (l">  ^ ' "YouJwanlAto marry'him i'" ^  i "u Fiqm^ thence on  it, was-cosy A'* for  -the ymTn^mon���������AJI  he had>to     do  was to 'call^Mimiie^i heartless girl,*-  ���������'a'fhrt^and a' coque'fte, 'ai>d vi'dd that  "he was glad he'h fd  found  hei^out  .befote it ,was,too late    Her fe'elrngs  ~\vero hint, "' her indignation aroused,  *'cnd she suggested that ho had bettei  ^lo"olc around    and. lind some bbe  =to  'suit him better    Of course he drove  avvav with flaming face and  singing  hemt,   and     of coui<=e it wasn't^   a  ������_wcek before" cveiybody hoards of   the  J ovv and h,i������ something t> iay about  nt"   ,    '��������� ' <- '   '  ��������� Wien. he had lulfilled his miisicn,  wlirih was to put up Ihe bc<=t irinil-  mul^ on^cai thj.uid tell every r.irnjer'sr  daughter ,1'iat s!'e wai^'ie s.-.eetest'  -and li.andsomest g.rl in the cotntiy,  tie vvKidmill-m.inftooh h.s.pa-, and  drove on, a.id l.ii goldci whiskers  --weie  lipiuly  icrrcmberel  15  larrrutea  hands and rolled'un hei   ejes^as she  exclaimed       ' -y   '   ' ���������     u '~  -> > b  "For     the land's v   sake,  but1'how  things     do'coriie about'in this Aie  woild of "ours"''"    y   \ ' T    * A  "f      f - " ��������� i     " ���������  ',-*.  I- r * ^ ^ ������        It    ' '  TAKE CARE1 OF YOTJR HEALTH:  '    rj,  , -    Avoid Oveiheatmg Your House  or  1 " 7,'v        Place  of-Work,     r       A  This l'-itho^scaspn when'diseases of  U-o-respuatoiV"tractraic to bo c-v.-  pected Diphtheria^ and pneumonia  are spicadmg" It * is,tune*for the  exercise lv' *of *caro in" the 'matter   _ of  c-sten������ive    htCM-ng-; and outbuildings .of    wr.rch     a  at'tlie iiii-    ef    t)-c hou'c were like [twinkled  '*nndf  kcepingj the feet dry and of t wearing  piopci cloth,nc; There is ore -������eiy  fitiituilv ^ sour ru ot throat, and lung  trouble which is vv.oith especial , notice ^ 1 hat is the o^el heating "-of  sUiool������,' rosrdences and offices' Ki'ie  houses in'ten are kept? at a tenipera-  tiiio, wlnchv S,invites tlii.bat itiouble  The ���������siiiio thnrg can be sard of most  oflie.es and public 'balls^and'chuich.es  As'soon as there is.a faint chill. Pin  thc an steam is tinned on voi fj5r-  naccs fried up and people siz/lo -in  an almc'iphcie heated ,to SO dcgices-  oi, theicajjouts    v .        t  * Such a" tempei atm e * is, an .imitation to ,the" bacilli, J which makes  tiouble an the . an passages" . It  congests���������lhe mucous membrane (*and  piepares a held for th'e operations  of thc miciobcs (which produce pneumonia, diphthcii'a.'Aind kindred .A^s-^  eases,, Those uncio-brgoiusins ';.aie  iimocuous-s6^toiigtas ,tho _tiswiesvaie  in t normal ^'condition v^It" is only  w.i-env lho( linmgb of the au passages  aie jiritatod ond^ inflamed by ei-  ccssr-c artificial hca't oi other cause  that they* pioduce  disease   U  Few "had cpicU." aie the lesult of  low tomperatui e They almost ,111-  \<\i lably v-occur^asTthe .sequence of  per spir ation���������sensible ' oi nscnsible^���������  suddenly ��������� ci ched A man weai ing  Ins wmtci 'Clothing will sit in an  office heated to a'lcntpeiatmc of To  oi 80 decrees lie will jjerspiro moie  or'less'msvitalilv  the,wash Tig ui>partrn(.i>t ofa fi'j'i ol  beer'boitiers 'ihe coins wcio'Wd������h-  cd,! steeped 'n > ani.^eptjcsolution,  burmshed, ' ,u,d fmallv I ad'.holcs  bore-i -in t^-em foi coi.vemencc in  htrrn^iry -totycther ���������'" "���������" " / . ~ -  Hnvfts-fpointcd out'to Mr- Bronk-  f,cme,l',nt'as the ' business" was be-  mg Yonductcil, - In. was subtocting  hiirself to'-JJihoard oi pains and p"n-  alt es ioi "defacing--, thc coin of thc  lenlm " If,, however he would undertake to co.'se boi ing "holes 'in ' the  coins.-lsviid the oliroers ii om .Scotlaucl  Yard, this liability would lie obviated -_ Aftoi some demur, vthe proposal  w������is,agieoJ to.^but Bian.vson>c continue! wrshingrAnd,Diiinishing , the  Queen's money*" to    tl  1n an e\li aordinary inveision of the  phm^ of natuic Thc owner, Ni  Biowniohn, a retried > htbckbrokci,  was detoi mined to tiun night into  (lav, end it cost him'thousands , of  pounds,, 'to do 'it All -the outside  windows of tlie Iiousc were,built up,  so as to^ exclude evciy lay of na-  tuial light -\ Entiancc to the mansion vvas bv an undefgiound passage!  .md oveiy loom had a rdoor "and  window opening on to a,magnificent  central sipace, , which v'-as open to  the loof ]"iom the loof, when it  was night oufsido, an imitation sun  shone forth'an olcctuc glaie, which  f.llcd the'whole placo'with a'light as  of-daj        A ' ,,'  ' Thc woplthy eccentric lose at' 9  o'clock each inoirii'ig, and, having  bicahf.istco stalled on a day's iou-  tme of woik and plcasuie lie lunched at 1 in ^the moinrng, drank a cup  of tea about 4 a 'm ,,and dined at  7 o'clock, rictiung to ics-t about' 10  by an' ingenious  tho  ci e  concave  out  host of false ������t(ys  an ai ti.lcial moon  shone foi th her'beams '      'j      '  A BfllATJIBPflAIfT HMT  i    AN"   ESCAPE,   iTHRILLli'TG FUR-  '      SUIT,  AND  CAPTURE  . .  Story "of   Life in. India���������This Ele-  phant Was.a  Cunning j       <  ,     , Fellow.      , '    , ,  death.,  which occur led  r.ot long    after. '        _ " _'<'.,'  "_   .BEDS IN EVERY ROOM    ^ "  Much more recently the deir.il������ of  another odd case have leahc-d out  Mr Southbcrongh, an cider Iv man  of* 1 iige'private mcanAw'ns ii eveiy  respect mentally ������our.d, =Jtu e ioi oibe  stringe fad lie ttd% a successful  business man* of ,the "sjlf-made"  vanetv, and us������l to -dcclaicthat, as  a poor. \ street / aiab, me had novel  known what it was, lo,"sleep m a'nfo-  rer bod'   V.% ' ' ' ,.     A  Now, however, ilvmg in bed������ ^ and  contemplating IheinVhad become,-the  solctrcciea.tion of his 1'fe ^He������liod a  magmPccjit bed ln-reverv ipomsin the  house -; Jn sthe di'awrng-- room was a.  spleiidid^brass bedstead->jn the .'Italian stile, while the dining room was  TRICK WOSTEY    A_CONJURER.,  How'j.. Pans Business Man Saved  , *"*    Cable ..Tolls.   ..       ������v  ' Ke.citH a wealthy ^merchant, in  Pans who does * an extensive busi-  ne-s'wjth Japan, waO infoimed that  a pioniinciii* /uiil in "Yokohama/ had  failed, but the^name of the, firm he  could not leain, {hough he was most  ai-uousilo asceitain whether it wag  the one with which he,did most of  his bubinetss in that city '.~  ; He could have learned tho tiiitlbby  cabling, but instead he weut tof the  (h->y oi his   man, a'.well known j bankei  who   had  lecerv^d the news,  and lequested the  banker lo leveal the name of the  firm, to'him ^       s.,     ^ -   .  ���������A That's ������, delicate*^thing -to "do,"  lcplied the'banlver,' "for the news.is  not official, and if 1 --gave you the  name I'might , incur rsome'iesponsi-  bihtv " , - ,_-,,,  .Ihe merchant'-argued, but in varrr,  and finally luf made,,, this pi opposition-      - , l   ^f    -j-  - I will give ���������you," he_said,i"a list  of ten turns "in Yokohama,'and I  will ask ?jou-to look^througlrit and  then to tell' mo? without^iiK-ntioning  any name,sWheth*erj-or not.the name  of the fir mi which has failed^ appears  in->it " Surclv you will do^ that ' for  mc'" .-;,.,     t '   v   ,,   i  "Ye-" said tha rbanker/>-''ior if I  do notjmcntion any name-I    caunot  An extraordinary story of the doings- of a rogue elephant in tho And-  nmans is<(told in the last issue of  thc Indian Forester "���������'-,     ' '  ( On 3 4th-Fuliiuary, I860, lho laig-  est and most powerful of-the And-  amans ' timber-dragging elcphunts,  called Napier, escaped into the foi-  est Foi seven years Kupier tenoi-  i?cd the natives, and it vvas not until July; 1800, that-a detci mined  attempt was made to' capture him by  means of one-male and two-.female  elephants >Aftci being decoyed foi  fourteen miles "tin ough the forest, he  became suspicious one night, t and  having fought and severely punched the male elephant,'he madc/otT into, the ajfoicst, ' and was not seen  again foi three vears     <��������� '   *  In August, 1800, he'suddenly 're-  appoare.t, ' <*nd did senous damage  to a number of thc tame elephants  On ' thc 15th of thc month Napier  fell into a pit which had been, dug  foi him, ,but owing^ to'the pit not  being deep'enough,  he got our,   and  ONCE" MORE DISAPPEARED " ���������  -, His next lc-appeaiance was in ������Ap-  nl, 1901, w'hen"heAtumeJ. and chased his- piiisueis J <It , was 'lopoitcrl  that Napier j had' become veiy'1* cun-  ning_, would,,.not.walk' into-pitfalls,  and mover carnc along ,1 he suine path  two days running ���������uThen for'.moth-  cr twelve-months le"vanished  He ie-appcared suddenly-one evening in Apnl, JJJ02, "standing in a"  nullah ; which enclosed lho forest  camp Tho pohec1 guard ,at onco  tnincd out,'and, loading their Snid-  ers.lwith'ball,( moved down to thc  noai.side - of 'the-nulhih "to prevent  his dossing,-, it v and attacking thc  tamo c-'ophants. A    f   fi   - i <.   r  Tho police lncd two volleys at Napier-1 at a distance of ."10 yaids, one  while he stood sideways to them  and the other as he unavvav in ������an  easteilv ditcction '-The police le-  ported_ that they had hit the elephant" 3G times, but though traces of  blood wcto found on the ground,' it  was subsequently evident'that , the  wounds ^'inflicted weie quite supcrfr-  cral    V.      q T   * i  'After this exploit,-vofl.cial'sentence  of death was passed upon Napief,  and an expedition stai ted ,from Poit  -Blair, in a steam launch to hunt him  down i       ' A    "'      *���������       '       ' ���������  On the morning of April 28! fresh,  footprints i*of Napier'were lepoited  Tho partyA at'once sot'out,; tracked  them', 'for' ncarly*ta1.mile, - when 'on  turning a* corner 'in tho" path'they  found  themselves  face  to'-face  'with  tically 'disabled" ��������� that isArender-  cd harmless ��������� without being killed  outright? Granting even that the  minute quantity of pepper which  would be all one could use, without  lender ing the milk'positively un-  dunkable would bo swllicient to ica-  dei_ the microbes- more oi lessAiner t,  would they icmain s0 after deposition in the human body9 Not all of  them would reach the; gastric juices  of)the stomach,^thej, would icmain,  in fact, in tho-vicinUy-of tlie teeth,  mouth^and^throat *��������� tr_  Thc use of salt as" a condiment, or  as an -addition to food, seems ��������� undoubtedly attended with  BENEFICIAL, EFFECTS.  Yet it is not necessary to the health  and strength of any trssuc Tho immediate cilice is to excite the flow  from tlie sail voi y glands and the  liver, pancreas, etc, and thus .the  process of digestion ls'^icudeied more  easy '"   / ,  In small quantities, therefoie* It is  nccessaiy to'^civilized lne��������� necessary  because civilised mun, with Ina weakened '-appetite, finds it useful as a  stimulating condiment , Savages  seldom touch it,'so, too, the lower  llesli-eaUng animals���������the -> lion and  t'gei, ifor.example ��������� though,in wild  legions, where it abounds, they may,  be'seun licking the rocks and eaith '  As an addition ,to the /food of  noises. _ cowsi, sheep, po-ultiy, etc ,  salt has, been pioved to be,most  beneficial m. its'effects.. In this ,re-  sj>ect'itiis unlike pepper -       ~;   ,  Yet its indiscriminate and untlunk-^  ing use may be thc means of pausing"  muchvunuecessaiy pain ^ ^'J , ,m  VSalt, as is .well known,~is'(the chlo-  nde of sodium, and in the case of  people withjchionic ihcumatic,'->etc ,  tendencies, this,^ to quote an accepted, authority.rmeeting with uric acid  in the system, would be changed'to  a mate of soda, which, if not eliminated by' skin oi kidneys, wouid,'  natui affiy enough, bo deposited m tlie'  ligaments or bones ������ Of^course, * it  lollovvs, thorefoio, that thc rheumatic  and gouty at least should look upon  salt, to a cousideiable-extent, as an  enemy in disguise v��������� London An-  sweis      -n     .        *     ,   h  r        ���������  6-  .  "LAST SESDOECr IEALS':'  WORLD'S " EZ3ZRI2&2NTS, WITH 'j_  EMERGENCY FOODS. L '  WHERE  COFITEE  COBLES .FROM.,  Brazil Produces Four-fifths  of   the  '      'A World's  Supply.        y     *  , The woild's production of, coffee for  the last, season,, according to the  best statistical information,', was  1.-5,460,000 bags'of 1321b ^each , Of  this immense product -Btanil's, share  was neaily f oui-fifths of the total  crop, and em spite of thc glutted  markets,, its pioduclion is'increasing  eveiy >ear -\ f     A- '  TJie'Cential Aircrican States ~and  Mexico and tho ot:ieir South American Republics���������Venezuela, Colombia,  Ecuadoi,' and Peru���������contnbuted--������''to  'thc'inarket 2,200,000  bags''-For  as s.well'j-as thc conservatoiies and  Ledioo(ms, * ^weie .furnished mainly  w ith . cots, cribs and ci adlcs���������even  hammocis- . and _<=Iup's bunk=; were  hot foi gotten���������and" the most-pccalici.  thing of all .was'that the servants  had ever.v day first to disarrange and  lien to "make"'eveiy bed in 'the  house '  'J hpn   lm  mil  n-.-. r     V" c^1''tordinaiy case wps that of  out on the st.eel aiu.'To    oV oVT^  ^^se soleTin'l, *  "i'AA    ""T  ., ,u   ,,������������������,_  ��������� ',,,.     t >      ,      ..      whose solo hobby m life it v as  , to  will   t'irov-  ooe-t- h'S  coat  and      thcii.n   ���������,���������- ���������,-, ,,   ,      ,      a,   '. ,,  r,,zrA''������ y-ry^AAh "-a s-a' -  i.��������� .   ,_    ,f���������  .���������   ,  .    ���������=��������� . ,LO,regaia it,  Ioi  he was hrimniing ovti  XZ '���������    hn mi      '    imny    A" low-,������'^ enthusiasm for  his stiangVpui-  srlit.s o.  he nny go dovn vvit'i prcii-|.lllL      A  fllm of gI.1!SlnjU��������� ,������    \he  ,1     .    ,,       --    .       ,, ieitv.  had specially made for    him    a  -,      ,      ,, ���������     riltl f'u,U ,s not "u!l thc low tcm-  ri/c of e-ceding li-htrcss and mar-  -Hri   his departure     '.11.011; the peo-, reiatuic p ilsidc,   but  with   tho  ln,<rh 'v,,o.slv Amai    hore    ���������iA?th     -th^  Pie who were sensed  that   he uid [temperatuie -..,d0o^s    People   should  l^sA^^lT^lontto ^  not  . ass for Minnie s hand     before Jl.gclate     tho ndooi     heat-to     the  JcavniE, ,tlic  nerghhoihood  was   i'ur t j v eic,ht of Uieu   win lei   clothing.  jut,t  Thatcher,   lie was not only siirpi isod :as   thev  adjust "the -vcii;ht oA  then  "The name of the hrmtwhich has  failed is theie "      .       ^->-    -'      * i-  '"lhcT I've lost 'hp-i-viiy,!,' replied  the merchant, "for that is the' firm  with which I did business," showing  him a-namc on the list.  "But how do you, know that is  lho fnm which jhas failed '" asked  the banker in surpi ise   '������ 'T  Easily " lephed the meichrnt  "Of ita ten names on the list* only  one is gci"i.ie, that of the fit 111 with  which 1 did busiress, all the otheis  aie ficlitioi s "  but mollrl.ed He'was not o'lly  mollified, but found himself woiulet-  n������r if he couldn't make it up with  ��������� the. girl" .and be res-tored to favor  1 iKe, many another ~ man, he didn't  appreciate a good"*thing until he  hadjost It " -  Ihe'moie Bt-rt thought-oi those  wlisl.e^s thc-inoie ha was inclrncd to  believe Hint the color un?"golden instead of "vallnr," but how was 1c  to let IVliniiic, understand hrs change  of feelings "> He must gently davv-  f.s'i thc next time she viMtcd the  stoic to "trade," act! if <=hc showed  a Yielding disposition the ch.is-m  .wo.ihl bo bridged Tins decision a.-  med at, he had only to wait, and  101 a week befoio she'c died in company with hei mothci ho bad it all  mapped' out as to how he would  Jcccive her UTis calculations tcecived  a setback, liowcvci  "Wi Thatcher, w want to look  at "-omc 01 youi bo*l tabic cloths,"  announced the gnl as she lopked  him straight in thc oyes, ard his  rent went down like a lump 01* lead  and lie saw those golcion whrskeis  floating 111 thc an  about him  Dining the noui she vvas in the  btoic Minnie remaiked that it was a  backward  summer,   tlmt  the   huck'e  clothing tj-t'ieoitnter lho lowci outdoor temperature of autumn and  v.intei In that way tiieyVviJl avoid  many . ' colds" and mnumr/e the  peril of more dangeious^ lespnatoiyl  disoidcis.  >���������   ".-  y "HAMMERING "-.  Have   You     Played at This    New  *��������� , Form of Pastime ' ,  The oigai'.zci of ba/aais aud srru-  ilar , enter LainiPuntb, not to -speak of  tho avciage ijnulyi hostess 111 the  cointiy when liie" long even-iigs  con.o, is alwn>s on the look-out foi  new foi ms 01 pastime, and to such  may bo commended that most amusing competition fo- ladies only,  known as " hammering "  'Ibis same, ' hammer ing" owes its  ongia to Australia, wlieie it is  am i/rnglv iiopiiku at (lunch ba-  /aais and enter tainmcnts irr genci al  1 rrst of all a pri;c is ofic.cd, and  thc'ii Lluee 01 moie ladies���������the eon*-  peutortt���������step upon the platform To  each one is given a hammer and hair  a-do7on runls, Ihose ai tides bemr  exacily the same in each ei.se In  addition, the eompetitois .ue givca a  pio.o ol  very    hard  wood,  aud     the  .. ,       . ._       'oinect of each laclj,   is to duve     hei  beny crop was voiy poor    that ram ' supply of na'ls'inlo  tho wood  111     a  was badly needed,  that sh<������ couldn't 'given tune and with a. cm tain amount  understand  whv   shove's   were   down,'01 acsiiiacy  and  tablo cloths wcue nip     and   ilu      The contestant who  docs  thc 1 ail-  uncomfortab'ie young man would   ic-U'uviug    in tne     ncatc t and     most  collect fourteen    aiOerei.t    ocas o������s ,' eTciont vvav within a given time gets  when slie lugged in the 11 into of   3Mi   | the "prize    Tht"-f   contests are     juo  Thatcher "_ITe was so pi't o  events that he sold a sixty-eoi.t   hoc   sometimes a    veiy casxi      lady will  to   old      Mr     Johnson   for   2S  cer.ts, ] si ovv   some aniounL 01  to.jiptr     vvliei.  and astonished     Aunt Jr.ny Phillips' "'h'' hixinmeis,    hei tniinili instead     01  IiIEIJDING,  CABLES.      ,  Sometimes   Raised  From  a  Depth.  or'Over'Two Miles.  Of coiusc, when submaiinc,cables  bieak, thc results aie far moie so-  rioi's than 1.1 the case of land  wires, ���������"  t-ajs^     Peaisv.ns     Weekly  'France has dcc'aied' " orce came  flashing from London to Sydnev', follow e'l   bv silence- Cable communication  was  inteiiupted,   strainecAeia-  tions weie    known to, exist-atA   tho  time     between    -ourselves and~ 'our  ncighbois  across'thc  Channel,      and  thc colonies tumped to the conclusion  that the ' missing word" in the mutilated     message was      "war"      Of  lv   sfent abroad,'passing fiom      tl,c'<-������,llse,  the  real   liiteipictation, when  Itiviera to Fgypt, and from    Egvpt I tlie''damage     to  the cable was     re-  cve-.r    furthci     south,  as'game gicv Ipaued,   and   thc   completed   despatch  " f.11  him and fired - The fast bullets hit  the base,of hisittunk.s and'the second a spot close by ���������  Clouds of,dust  supp]  200,000 bags Thus Latin^Amcrica  produced * fl3,900,000^,bagsT leaving  1 ^560,000 bags    to come from     the  came out of the elephant's head, and]rest1 of the world The othei pro-  he at once letirated Then com- duceis weie the Dutch East InditS,  menced an exciLing chase     T*"   ���������"----    ���������  ��������� ���������  miles     the cparty followed  England's       Experience    in   ^the  South.  African sWar���������What  the   ,  Food   Consist   of"  ,'Tlus tin must not be opened except by oider .of. an officer '"   That ra  vvhat the^little printed k\iel  on    an  emergency ration tin says.^and.it  is  quite sufficient to prevent any , Tom- '  my 111 tho    service from eating^   hia  "last resource" until ae is absolutely compelled to lii ^    ,--v '  iWhen the British Army goes on active  service each man  1* served  out  with a blue tin can, weighing   about  one pound and frve^ ounces     This tin  is about sit and a half inches long,  oval    in    shape,  and contains    con<  densed foods, sufficient to sustain ' a  man lor  101 ty-eight hours,  or    eves  longer with care      This I3 Ure ciucm  gency,iauon, and it has been   tried  with    gr eat'   success  by our ���������troops.  Trfo'rurr-'is'-madcr'up' of two separate  little    tins,"*;   one of ^vhicl/contains  powdeied "beef and wheat, with ^ade- ,  quate spices     The contentsjCan'    be  eaten cold,   o or may be foiled with  water;     and     made into, a "soup or  stew,      when    it makes  an-excellent  meal      The other tin contains   chocolate and sugar, mixed into a cake.u.  This latter: -is perhaps the moro su&-"  taming- of" the' two      TImj whole tin  is airtight, and is ma'ye io.open   by  ,  tearing ' off Astrip   'oft thintn:fctal  from the centei of the whole    A' ''  The.'qucstion of rations foi 'troops  in time    of-  war has been engaging'  the*   atlenlion"-of every nation    for  many_years,"back, but it^iemainedjor, t  England to put the matter to      tha  sevci est test ;dui ing the recent    ,  SOUTH AFRICANA CAilPALGN. ;  Voluminous reports have'been*-'issued  on  the experiments that    havia^  been madeAbut the key toi the prob-"  lem was ��������� ptoteids���������a general   .nama ,  given    the      aloumenoids    -ProteKls   '  form muscle and give energy.^- On 'a  diet lacking tins a^man^could not ex-   -  ist    1   He    would'   gradually -waste-,'  awaj,   and  die J   Besides protcids,, it '"  t was found-that a ration must    also  contain fat and  carbohjdrntes,    oth-" >  ciwise.sugai,    starch,  etc, for    fat',  cerves as a'fuel  to^thc human*    machine, and     carbohydrates are    converted-, into "fat by assimilation     ,It   '  was     found, by ������t scientific commis- ,  sion-on rations Ir for soldiers,     that  beef contajns the8 most .piotein,   and "  that-1. more i than~75 sper cent      of  patched    wheat     consistsic of sugarA  starch, "etc ' ' ' ,  But in bulk these vtwo foods woutd3  have been both too" heavy and J too  cumbrous, and, m~order"to make the  ration light a and compact/'it,,  was *  necessary'   to  'desiccate,   the    beef,,  whicli'in its fresh" state contains "78.-,* *  'per cent - of water   -The desiccat���������  beef ancl_ wheat1 weie then ground*    *  thei, and1 the result was our .pre- A  emergency ration       ,        v-   '    ti  Chocolate contains 48 per cent,   of  fat,"    30 per cent   of carbohj drates-,  and 12 per cent   of protein,  besides  a small amount of salt,'while sugar  is  all-"   carbo-hydrates      These,   too,    r  it was- found made an excellent   mix-_  1    , '"->  '     ^        ,    *  1 r- -A  ��������� ' VA-1 '-  A. '.  ���������* f  tl  f  A  *  A  */  1*  1  0  'W   ti  ? v  '   ���������!  .Tii-Diilate his house in spoiling at-  tiio, shooting flies on the win^ He  even shot thnn as he'lav in bed ,  , Larger gan^i he did not'16V-da'n ���������  such as- iats and mice���������but fucs weie  Ins favorite spoi t, and in the height  of tlie IIv se.ison, fiom eveiy. trait  of -the t house came tho whip-like  ciack of his tinv weapon This in-  liepivl sportsman by no means allowed the llvloss Bi-itish wintei to  liiteiierc withvhis ventuiosome pasture Finn the end of Septeintei  till  thc follov,ing June,  he mvariab-  scai ee  CO I INS ATTFN'DED TO FREE  In thc streets around Ti.tfalgai  Square might have been seen . any  morning a few yens ago an old gentleman 01 benevolent a.-rcct, walking with gentle tiead and cci utni7-  I'.g the lect and gait, lather than  the faces   of pas&engei s      Had     you  came to land, pioved to be of  lc-s sinister significance  It is il.e possibility of wuno s icli  lnisuiidei standing as this that makes  the companies so anxious to promptly lrpau thei" cables when dan-aged  Telegraph lcpaiung ships foi this  purpose are kept stationed in all  patts of thc globe,-and on a break  being icpoiled, are fend/ to start  "a  fast as they could, but though the  tiail of blood showed plain, they  bad to give the chase up by nightfall v The party Avas up at sunrise  the next 1110.rung and anothji -thul-  lmg puisuit began ���������������������������  At last he vvas once moie discovered An olTicoi fired at something  he saw moving indistinctly tin ough  thc undeigrowth ,11 pioved to be  Napier, and the shot sent him to his  final-doom, foi it tinned him into a  rather ��������� open stieam, wheie anotlicu  member 1 of the partv, getting him  sideways, fired ^a fatal shot at' his  ear  Tho huge animal leapt into the air,  turned a complete somersault^ backwards, and fell upon his head Death  was instantaneous A police orderly fnctl Uiree Sridei*bullets at close  quaiteis to make;quite certain, but  they did not even penetiate the skin  rot tincc  480,000 bags, British Jndm,   Ceylon   tl,rc' amJ ''vcre 1������clud������' ������������ the tm  .him     as j aml  the'Philippines,  315,000,  Afuca     T1,������ Cermans    were amongst -   the,  PEPPEE AND SALT.PLEiS^l  < '   A  THE. TIME WHEN YOU SHOULD  NOT USE  EITHER.  v atc'ied  the old gentleman's    movements you would presently have seen   fo'   tho scc,ie of lhc  accident at  hii.i vitco'-t soive shabby looking man   moment's notice  '���������hanibling painfullv  along,  and     the  probabrlitv  is that jou   would  then  Jiavo seen thc old gjntleman help thSj  r\n ivod theie, -the vessel steams  slowly backwards and foi vvai ds  .111 oss the line of route,  h'aving   hei  habbi   looking    man  into the   neat Ig'apnel out, until the cable is hool-  brougham   which had all along boon !cc]     '*- n> then hauled  up,  examined,  keeping    pace     with the old gentle- 'rop.iiipd, and thoroughly tested     by  man's   -movements,    and     in  which .the chief1 telcgiaphist on board,  who  probably one 01 more similar     shab-  ''ends    messages to both shore ends  The   Use  of Salt Rendeis'the Process of Digestion More  Easy. '  Domestic pepper is a wholoson'c  and useittl enough bpice when U'wJ I taking in a large supply of oxvgen  wiih discretion With poisons- 111 01- Drcn breathing will help to make  dinaty health it has the eficcl of cuives where tlroie are angles and it  gently, stimulating the* btoinucli     to ' is     a potent   factoi   in the ctiic     of  and    JVIocha, 225,000,  Padang     and  Celebes, 90,000"  The surplus ovei and above consumption was 1,342,380 bags This  laige ovpr-production is almost equal  to the total annual consumption of  France As a consequence, tlie puce  of the coniinodrtv is still low, and  coffee grow cis ' are complainmg of  haid times, though those of Brazil  seem to suliei less than tlie planters  of other countucs   *   BREATHE AND GROW PRETTY.  Benefits    Which   May   Be   Derived  From So Doing.  No wevnan can have bnght eyes, a  beautiful skin, or an clastic stop, if  she does not supply hei lungs with  o-'jgen Sho can do this only by  deep bieathing.  The indolent * wom..n icgarns hei  lost eneigy when she learns how, to  bieathe correctly Ihe sallow gnl,  with tho dark circles urder hei ejes,  discovers that with concct breathing  the congested veins j.icld*to the  stimulated circulation, thc daik nngs  disappear, ��������� and the lustre reappears  in the eyes  Deep bicathing will reduce flesh, rn  obese women,! because oxygen bums  out carbon     Piopor breathing means  ���������������i;  Ii>  looking men     would alieady     he  teited  ifr Travels, foi such was the old  gentleman's ii.ulc had in his time  been a gioat si.Toier fiom coins,  a.*-d   now     that    he had leaii/ed     a  by asking hei 60 c?,its a vaid ioi  seven-cent eabeo As a. matin of  fact Sliiinie intended to do hci shaic  fowaid "making up" when tho pio-  , pei time came, but she wanted to  punish  thc young man  fust  Tom   weeks   aftei   the   buying      of  the     table cloths, and without      the  young couple bavin"   spoken  a  v 01 d  togcthei,since, F.nniei   Davis, and his  wife set  out one day foi   a  leii-nutc  drive to  Cassviltc, Intending     to   bo  back  homo  befoic  daik     A\hite   lli?y  weiaietuiutng.they 11-et with tin ac-  (idcnl, and it  came about that   Minnie fo'nid Jieiself alone  111   tho  house  when night fell.    .She didn'l  begin to  get nervous     until about !)   o'rlocK  but then a cull from .1 tramp fn���������'hl-  cned her  into locking all  the     doois  nnd imiigmiiiff all     soils  01"  things  The tin nip had to lien a cold-bite 'ind  lelti    but,  knowing     that   she     was  alone'he would doubtless hang about  and hi en k into      the house    I'm mrr  Duvis    h.td    a shot   gun  '  nnd  (lint  iilloigtm was 1-opl loaded with     bud  shot lo kil| owls; and cliitkcu hawks  ''When    Minnie"    wtta  voiltcd  uji  to  ei'icli  ir ficfi votts "pitch  that sho      1111-  n/,'i;ied c ny pfupC ?rf wnlil to bo tho  inuftlocl footsiep-.  Of the. Il'ninp     she  t'rtt   dowli 'Hie gun -unci  'c'nlvvd      to  pei ish like n  tuio lieiolnp     I Ivc minutes   nftrr      this'  rpsolvp   vvn>j   lalceii  BOtni   9110 Iviioft'ccd-at tllQ fiont. dooi  U utis ttio,(uiOTi).    -.pt coiii'HP,   'i'vro  m 1 nuto-   lixtfif Ki������ \vt\Q t).l ,1 ho,kitchen  UoiQf    Thru tf svtt licai d luuttoiing  ���������\ei jvovatne of a g.eat deal of Kin,  but  1,,f",'io,M competence, it was his do-  I,"lit to roam the stieets 111 <-eaicii  of palpable suiTeieia fiom alloctions  of the fc'et'mid take them oil in his  this (aosos unsvmpa-A!"*'13" ���������" h,s ������io���������e in lho northein  Isubiuis,  v'hoio a <-kil!ed  chiropodrst  was    tn. ^constant   attcidaiiPe      Bad  "eases"    u'cd     fiCviuently to occupj,  his       ittoiiiion    for  weels  togcthei,  I dining which  tunc the luckv patient  could e'epend on board and loding of  the nio-;t stupendous  desci lplion  Ihe  futility    of testamentaiv     re-  .        11,, , Istnct.ons    on      wavward   hens   was  "A1"1':.1*,'.A'"1 u,ps..f,ei!losl������^er  moro    stnkmglv  dcmonstiatcd  thv" n.ril    and  thetic onlookers to laugh the moie  Oil .-ii enough the pn/.cs aio sulTiciPiit-  Iv valuable to cause gnis to spend  ninnv an houi in practising nail-  diivinf,, and S\ dney boasts of ai  hidv who pioudlv accepts the title  of ' Ch inipioii Hummer er of Australia " Jlor phologiapli with n. hold  ai 1 ay  tniongsl   tho     picLiues  01  colobutics  sold in  the shops  PI.nipY S'lOLtY    OP XiOVALTY  hing  Oeoige m,  of I'ngland, who  made   Vvcjmo'ilh   fashionrblc   by  go-  iiilj   thoie   , to  iodide      oceasionall.v,  ii'od   ficqiienfly   to   111.1 ke   exclusions  into   tho  i'liKLl  ncigliboi hood      about  thc  town  .On    one 01  these  iambics  ho passed a field wheie only one woman vv.'F.     at woik   1 and  asled  hei  whcio     the test of     hei  companions)  weie     With    'much  naivete the     woman  leplicd .   "They have gone     Co  sop      tlie king."  "And why tli.l     \oti  not  go   vvitli   tlipin  V". lct'oliicil     Ins  i\T ijcsLv   "I would "not givp ,1 pm to  fapc  In in "  loplipil   the  peasant    ' lle-  c.itiso Hits fools that tuo gohfl to to-vn  to see him will lose a" (1 iv'������ work by  it,   which  is iiioie  than  1  cim-nilobd  to  (lo.   foi ���������" l   huvij   livo  chililtin     to  woik      for"   "N'cH,   theii,"     uplmd  Ctcdige,      piitliriR  same moiipv   ihfo  hei   hiitid,   ' you HUiy  tell 3 om    c 1 11-  .paillons  wlio      hip gone      to  >,.,���������  the  king that     the king    came to     0&2  you." I  than in the noith of England a few  jeiis ago ITr Piatt, a millionaire  mrll "owner in Lancashire, left the  bulk of his- foi tune to Ins nephew, on  condition that thc voting man should  novel again entci a public house  Somewhat to the suipiisp 01 Ins  fi lends, the young fellow accepted  tlie legacy on these tcims No "oon-  ei, however, had he en tercel into  possession of his deceased uncle's  maus.on than the furniture and effects were sold by auction An aimj,  of workmen then appeared, and foi  months the place was  " on-nx oven ao them  When the ginnd icopenlng took  pkue. itvvns found that the, whole  rnUiioi "of the mn.iitii.oii, h id- boon  convji ted into-tho sembjnnce'of a  large nnd luxurious public house  Tapioom, "snug" bay pallor, smoke  j'icl billianl rooi is- l.othing was  mis.iiig, while from t'clund a mng-  ml.ceilt bin ivs|ilendcnt baimauls  beanie I i.woet "fiuilcs na they measured the nee drinks to an army of tho  legatee's chums. Thus did this  young man cirumnent thc wis-hci of  Afteivvaids, it is caiefully loweicd  again to the bed of the ocean This,  when tho cable is not actually  bioktn Wheie it is, He two sevci pi ends aio hauled up, buoyed and  spliced rniVIv, if tne depth be  veiy great, and tho cable intact although darnagci, a giap'nel has to  be used vvh eh gups and tuts the  cable nt the same time so that only  half the weight of it has to bo  laised By adopting this method of  procedure' cables' ran be, and not infrequent! v aie, rimed fiom a depth  of two thousand fathoms, ot over  two miles  WORKED   A   MIRACLE.  Somali Mullah Was Aided Unconsciously by the British.  A good stoiy is told of how the  Somali arulhih worked one of those  "miracles" which diow many vvay-  farercs to his bannei   -  An English man-of-war was sent to  demonstrate ofl thc coast, and at  night thievv a searchlight onto thc  jungle-eoveied mountains Abdullah  was in hiding theie, and knowing  from his visits to Aden what lt^was  that his followers hailed as a new  stai told them that the light was  seeking him.  When the electiic rays actually  flooded his encampment he cued in  triumph, "Will you deny now that I  am under the eye of God '!"  llio Somali fell on -their knees, beat  tho curth with thuir foichoads ��������� and  leplicd ��������� "Ihou aio truly tho Elect,  the Chosen, the Mullah, the Master  Oui goodii, our existence, our souls  belong tcl. thee. Wo .>pln.ccr ourselves  entn ely at the disposition -of> thy  will "    '       1 . i -������������������     - ���������'    ���������,  A few wooks -lat'er-tanie fcllo riewn  of thc rising of -some- 4,000 'of these  Soinali_���������London Exprcstfi  a piopor performance of-rls functions, and is serviceable to persons  of cold habit and 10 cases of weak  digestion..; But in inflaminatoiy habits, and wheie aficclions 01 the mucous -membrane exist, its e.'Iects aie  highly iniunous, so nl&o aic,tho of-  fevts of all hot spices ,  It is-, of coui&j, well known that in  the Far East peppers and such like  hot condiments aie used in piofusion  in preparing foods,-and to the peoples of that clime they..m,iy act as a  pi even tuo against .gastnc tioublcs  'I hat tliey have the snnic elioct in  tho case of Englishmen out U'Pie for  a teim of yeaib is voiy doubtful On  the contiaiy, it is,,i matlci of common knowledge that the digestion of  our cot.ntiymen who go out to India is iicailv alwajs ,1 uiiicd 'by the  villainously hot compounds 111 vogue  theio as food . Tnuii use is, pi im-  arriy, to foice mi appetite ^011 a  stomach and svstcm alike unused to  and eneivated by the fnglitful heat  Thc discovoiy und use of pcppeis  and spices by Englishmen is, in fact,  distinctly analogous with the invention and use of cluiiticuso by tho  monks The Inllei wanted something the pleasing aftei-elTocts of  which would enable them to beui in  bettei  mood the  LON KLTNESS OF TII Kill LIVHS  i>o, guided only by taste arid smell,  Lhoy invented then famous liqueurs,  which ri6w havo such u great demand among those who 1110 qiialiliud  to know good vvines f 1 om bad It  is said tlitil so the of these liqueurs  contain no fewer than tlui teen, substances Taken in modcitilion and  season, theio can be no doubt of the  wholcsomenoss of the Iiquctns, but  they act as a *vii iilent poison if consumed largely. And this is exactly  the attitude adopted by Englishmen  with icgaid to the use of ted-hot  condiments ,  The hlnteincnl which was recently  made that popper will ptncticallj.  disable any niiciobcs that may be  floating in: milk is a cunous one ���������  evidence 111 support would bo Inter -  esting * reading, and especially curious is thc belief that pepper 111 milk  will practically disable the microbes  OT disease.  ITas it    ever    been     satisfactorily   inl|  another  ptu'cd Unit a niicioLic can bo "piac- iaii"hod.  lirst to adopt the emergency ration.  Prince Frederick Charles ni"* intro-,  duced Erbswurst - during the .war  with .France, and one eminent au-  thoi ity has said that the success of  thc Germans was largely  DUE TO TIJXS SUBSTANCE  .It was tire invention of a German  cook, who conceived the idea of preserving the legume from decay. He  sold his iccipe to the Gciman Government for S20.000. - Tho .Erbswurst ration weighs seven ounces, 13  saffron in color, and is packed in pallet packages eight inches long, and  one and a half inches thick  In the Fiench Army, <x>ups made  from tablets form the most appreciated diets jlfany vanet.es of tablets aie distributed, ami foi tlie  matter 01 a- few pence a soldiei can  obtain a'tablet which wih make five  plates of ,pca bean, rice tapioca,  lentil, .barlev, onion, 01.sago soup  Besides soups, tlie French soldier  also is supplied with what is called  evaporated vegetables, put up in  one-pound cans, concentrated eggs,  in half-kilo tins, which contain the  concentrated essence 01 sixtv-seven  eggs in the foim of a yellow powder ,  In the matter of emoigency'rations  thc Amcrrcan Army has a %cry sin>-  ilar concentrated fool to that which  we    use Their ration consists of  three cakes of evaporated lean beef  and kiln-dried wheat mixed together,  and three cakes ot chocolate and  sugar mixed toircthci, in tlie proportion ' 01 haif-and-half This ration will sustain a man for five  davs ���������London Answers.  -���������-  'emaciation,' because it supplies oxv-  gpn to the wasted tissues, ind sots  tho machinery' of the vital oigarrs  going, strengthening vveik places,  and supplying red coipuscles to nn-  povenshed blood It will promote  digestion of the sloiiiarh and intestines, thus pioinoting the assimilation  of food  Deep breathing will cuic round and  stooping shoulders It will fill out  and develop hollow cheeks and deficient chests*   4.   -  NO  SERIOUS  DltAIVBACIC.     '  Bridget was engaged to be man red  to a young piurabei, 'leieneo Do I an  by name, and .when, two vvc-cks before the day sot foi the vveJding,  she fell down the cellar slans, the  wvs in the depths of woe  "I've bioke out one o' mv fiont  teeth," she wailed,to her mistress,  "and my teeth has been my best  bonny, ma'aul' Manny's the time  lei once has had me show 'cm to his  fi rends, and remarked how fine thev j  woip' Oh, what'lt I do"> What'll I  do'" I  'IV II Tcionce all about it when hci  conies  10-nighl,   and  I'm  suie     he 11 1 ij>" cancer 01  say he's only glad von weie not number of smokeis in Pari, it>elt is  more -cvciolv injured " said her miA'11 ]e'us' "'" (H'������ AJi'i'Lting that  lipss, but      Budget shook hrr     In ad  SMOKERS, BEWAUE OF CANCER.  Those  who  use  the pipe have      to  fear epithelioma   otherwise called thc  cancel   of the lips and of the tongue  "Ihe lirst      01   these      is  particularly  common     among '  those who smoke  shrrt      cl.n-   pipes     The      cancel    of  smokers Shows     itself generally,   at  ihi'point     where the stem of     the  heated pipe is cniried upon the lower  lip'   That  of the tongue appears   on  thc side where a stream of srnol-p 's  likiOv   to strike the  tongue at *faeh  inhalation     These    two forms of     a  horrible  disease '  arc without   doubt  the most serrous  that smokers     can  ncet  with     It  is  tlie fear   of     th'es-j .  foi unliable  accidents   that has     con-  Aerlid      uianj     The      frequency     or  thotn, however,  should not be     overrated     StatNtics alone can give    u,s  an  idea  of  thc  Uuth    'I hose  of  the  city or    Pans show  that theie     arc  J.*i."i rases- cacli >e.ir of deaths caused  the mouth,  while      thc  ind icfii-cd to bo comfoitcd  '"'I'v,otild' be bctt'M foi rue if T d  biakc some o' my bones, ' sno sard,  gloomilv,  V.inrl inavbc all of 'em "  That evening, lifter leicrre had  Conic and gone. Budget appealed befoio lior mistress- the gloom gone,  and hci faro set in a bio.ul <;milc  "I tovvld him all about it," she  said, gaily, A'a"'' ''e snjs to mc,  'What's a tooth more or less when  it comes to cookm'*' he savs, careless like, and p'nsscd on to Cns������idv's  wake as if ('twas no matter at Ml1"  li ilf nf ihcse in rke use of tlie pire.  and that nil of the cases or la.reer  can be .vtlr ibuu-d to them, t'leie is  but one viilmi to e eiy thousand  lupo-sinokeis  Tornki'i'J��������� 'Hi 1 ver tell, hci voi vai  an orphan v. nulnut fan'cr and mud-  dei?" Dodson���������"Yes " "Wlmi (UI  ���������she give j or'" "She give nie .1  bunch of flowers lei jinl on thci  graVes "    *   *  1 Mr Isaac.=���������"Tow. Ek.hi I haf  iilnclc my will, and left cver3 thing I  hai lo xou " I>,ruI���������'"*'<���������"���������, *��������� idor'"  .Mi Ifj.iOT��������� "Yes an<I as von get  oil Ihe b"i'(fi<'.. I'll Veep the c,>st of  T.i'tn^      the * vvill  out of von   n"\t  W.'C l.'s   -li'lllV'  " '  A te'icher w.'s instructing a closr  of bovs, and had spent hall au hour  ti.ving to drrve rnto tiiru he-ids the  dificienco between man rud  the low-'  ei   .inimals,  but   appirenllv   with  lit-j    tie snicce^s. ''" i'oiirrnv," he said | Tiist foh. en.nn���������"T i< re < i inan,  (o.uiliglv, to a little chap "do voiljthil's a'wuvs fllitin' vvrtti the --Vr-'  know thc diiToienro between < ay niPivnit <^i Is on mv beat I'-d lite let-  nnd a pip, ot any other biiite'"  ''No,1' replied     Tomniv,    iririore ltlv,  teacher     standing    bv  fin him in hut I ������^ori t see how t  can" See m.1 L'o'ic( moiv.���������"Wnv' not  nrnst lui'i nn the thai,-;'" r>l pttrfaOll-  aling all oi.iii.1 i" '     'f
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CHAPTER,VII.
Dcafenert    by     the rush  of steam,
vv his*ling engines,   the shouting      of
men, jostled and knocked hither   and
thither by    eager passengers seeking
'.their     luggage,  and  by heavily-Iadoi.
porters,  1 was quite     confused.     At
" length   I  Inquired  of a quiet-looking
policeman      the  way to  KacKstraw's
vBuih'ings ' ,
*    A'Rackstraw's Build,ngs?     Where is
"it?"  he asked.
'That's, exactly  what I  want  /to
know,   but  it is in London,"  I <   an-,
twi'ied,  simply ,
"There may bo a hundred Rack-
stiaw's BuMdings in London, for
what I kn'jw," he said, with a
laugh "What part of London is it'
Is it here, in Shorcdrtch""
"Eling      [load.'Camden Town,  .^is
the" rest of the ,dn cction,'' J  answered. ,       ' ,       .
'Oh!   Camden To��r, is,miles away
from here "                         -   '
"Jsn't'thrs London, then"'" . ', .
"Oh,    yes,    but     London is a bigf
; place,     'You     don't seem  ^to'know
much about it ,   Now thc best   way
'for you to got to  Camden Town,     n
"Can it bo possible���"
,   "I can't bo "
"Then you aio Joslul. Cook?"
"What1     Silas 'Caiston'"
Martha., who was preparing my
breakfast, 'looked verytinuch luston-
lslipd at this lpcogmtion
"Ono oi , llio llcvcicnd Mr. Por-
tei's old boaidcis," I said, in explanation, j
A'^hy, you don't mean to say that
you know that old hypocrite""1" rrted
Josiah,' turning  round tocher
"She wns servant there for two
yeais ��� .only left about a'month
ago,"  1 said,  answering for her
"Well, I'm blowed' rf this isn't the
queerest start 1 ever knew." , cried
Josiah. , "Whoever ' should chavo
thought of seeing you up in London' What aio you doing' How's
old Snuffles gettrng on' Has'Miss
Gobsebeiry-oyes got a husband-yet'"
These questions were \ory embarrassing, , and.'I, should ''have-been
greatly put 'to for an. answer,"" had,
not Maltha come, to my assistance
, "Well, look'hoic, Mi Fitzwalton,"
she sard, with a An to mc, "Master
Silas has     got some voiy paiticular
week Day by day my money
dwindled down, untrl I had not a
sixpence left. Mai tha tried to
cheer me' v ith tho assurance that
something would "tuin up" soon,
and'that when things e-amo to thc
woist they woro sure to mend, and
such like bits of homely wisdom, but
I was almost hopeless. ,
At'one' Urno1 l thought of writing
to Mi Jonathan Ilodwcll, to ask
Inn: if ho could assist me in any
way,, ho had told me tto do so if all
else failed, but then ho had made an
express stipulation that I was 'to
tell him everything. How little did
I know mi self! And even of- that
little theio was much that T -hired
not reveal. Besides which, tlie nearness of his neighborhood to Bury
St Edmund's would make my . confidence , dangerous,!fc for what vvas
more probable  than  that he     would
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it i i ��"�����
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MANAGEMENT.
Thcro is in every household a certain . routrne of 'housework which
must ho done uvciy day, vviites Mis
.lay. Tinco meals, tluce'batches of
dishes, sweeping'and bod-making are
inevitable'jobs to oveiy housekeeper,
unless she bo one of tho fortunate,
(?)  number who keeps a  "gnl."     '
But lho gnl of  thc present is generally' a   voiy     unsatisfacioiy   trans-
^�����^��e���-S<�������ee��<S��'5'S<S'��<S'����5^B.
apply    to    the  ltcvocnu Mr   Porter,Ml1-   ��'���"   c< ndcsceiids     to  help  you
jou want'to, go .cheap,  which J   sup-. bllsiness on hi' Jcl  mst.no.v that* ob
pose you do," he added   glancing at  j h]m t() ,^ cautloUs, 'o T know
- my dress,    "is     to     got into a   bus \0u'll     excuse him answering    your
that you II see pass those non gates   *
below, | go  as  far  as Kingshmd,  and
then take the North London Railway
��� to  Camden Town " <
I thanked      him    foi   this informa-
for a verification of my statements
and thus,give that contemptible man
a clew to my recapture1 , P,
Day after day I walked through
,111c stiecis of London secMng employment Papplied for a ���clerkship, for the situation of light poi-
lei, for that of messenger, oi oven
ciiai d-boy, but no person would engage mc without refcienco, oven , in
the humblest capacity The weather
was .still very,warm, and the close,
strflin4 atmospherei of London, and
rls' hard, hot stones, were, to( mo,
used to the freshtbiowes and tcool,
soft grass of the country, very Irving 'and oppressive ,-At times J almost fainted with heat and lack > of
fi t��' J 'felt such a .-poor,' wretched
waif among all that busy lilo���that
eager crowd���every 'one seemed ,-to
have    a   'purpose
myself. 1 seemed only ht<to cieop
into a coiner and die ���-a mere useless incubus upon the world I have
stood upon tho budges, as manv
poor w i etches have done before,, me,
.>nd w'lll continue to do while this
1 torn-hearted city exists, and kok-
od down   i upon      thc  tin bid  stic.im
with such of jour work us she sees
lit for lho sum'of from SO to SI per
week      ' * r
The first requisite for good housekeeping is to have a pi ice for- everj-
thing Then, as oie goes around,
make 'every trrp count for gettrng
some misplaced ai tide in  its place
I always aim to have my hands
full when I go up&tans, and,just as
full  whon'l     conjCidonn-agairi,     and
,know in tins instance that it is not
at all neeessniyAfor she has but ono
child, and her means are ample foi
all modoot wants h Yet she won't
slir an inch, to anything'until these
eertarn daily tasks aio accomplished,
and it is a standing joke among the
relatives, and the husband joins in
the fun about "Airs. Precision and
her washing.;' ' ^
Now, if I knew that Monday would
bung some unusuul-.event and 1 do-
snod to bo inio of those in attendance, ^wouldn't hurt my conscience
any to do my'washing the Saturday
morning previous, or,' if that day
had been full, put my wash to soak
on Monday and hnish it Tuesday, or j those two     children of oibs    would
hue an occasional   one,   in  place     of i fall in' love with each  other?'"   You
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"Jack,"'observed the Colonel, lotting lu.s > hand^ 'hover irresolutely
over tho_ chess-boai d, "has it ' ever
occuried'to you that^it twould bo
an    extremely  nice  m range-men I' I if
too,     n  I only  c. oss
the
i,
just so,
room <
"'In this way'the loo-o lhingsato.it
tl.e     house  aie'soon  '  in   place,   the
d'lt.v   (1 shes  all       collected   on       the ,
being a slave to" the household
duties. '   ;
' 1'owevct, T do not advocate putting
ii;'es.saiy,vvoik off lor trivial mat-
teis, but" the incident related rs
inciely to show that there is just as
niixh danger/ though it allccts us
diflciontly, fiom too 'much system
as fiom lack of it -> ',
���      DOMESTI C. I tECJ PES
A Now Way to, Cook a Cheap
Steak.���Season a /lank steak with
salt, pepper, cloves and a bav' leal
Make u sin dies, rug of stale Ue.ul,
seasoning it .with o'uo'n and a' pinch
of saRU Spi cal'the steak vvitli it,
n*a ingx it about an inch thick
1'egin y.it the small, end, ioii, 'up
lliihlly
r
and I aio getting'along in, years ���
zl\, old friend? ��������� and I'd like to sou
Lila > settle m n homo of her own
befoie 'the - oidei comes for taps
Theio is no one in the world I would
lather give my daughter to than
Billie, tho boy is white clear through
���ho could scarcely be,anything different, "though,, nnd his father's son
l'cau't imagine why they don't,"
continued ,tiie Colonel, aigumenta-
trvoly, "they lrko > each other .all
ri[,ht, " and are always together ���
ridings-playing golf, or something ���
but never a thought oi building a
ncst_of therr own .lust listen to
(that, will .you'"'ho bioko olf
���,Through tho llbiui'y ��� .) i v.iveamo
the blithe notes of a rolhckrng duet,
iting by two , happy care-free young
voices.      " J"
f        ��� ���  ' .
'no use     for us,to wait for parental
approval,' father and Colonel Brad-
leo won't'as- much ait 6ow to each
other-U, Let's, take liJitters rnto our
own luinds, and got .-named light
now ��� tins afternoon' Then ''wo
can'tell,'em, and they can stoim(as
much as they'-like, and they, can't
alter, anything*. Besides I don't, bc-
lievo' they would hold o\xt forever.
We'll slip out the back gate, and go
down't0 tho chinch study on Carver-
street '���,I saw tho Reverend Trsdale
going in when I came over " iBil-
lie fumbled in his pocket, and produced i)1 a formidable 'looking<document "I got'a,special license this
moining," he announced,, in triumphant tones. . ,.       '.
Lila Bradlee opened her lips to s-ay
no���to expostuliitCj��� hesitated*- and
was lost. Hand in hand tlie lovers
lied swiftly down the graveled walk.
As tho'defrers of authority vanished
through } (tho ; 'gale, ' a ' portly form, rose >J wai'ily 'from'
the fm ther side' of -thc , grape-
arbor, hastened to tho foncu that
bounded Lawycr~llccd's' lawn, and
whistled shrrlly , . '
Tho "Colonel     was sotting up     tho
chessmen     as     his' old fuend, joined
him ,m thc* library    '"They've     gone
to"the ministers'" he gasped. "Do
that boat air the nip.d  transit   you t,
ever heard of?"     , A *
The newly wedde'd pair paused    on
the  familiar'threshold,   and    started
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tai.Ie.aiid   tl oA/loor ioady'for succv-'^.r'nV^^ "���"lt'| o,A Lawyer Rood's clean-shaven  lips
- ' ,     -l,��� p���v��    s  n K;-A-'0'Mlfllclc"A "Bless  their  hcaits'Vhc said,, soft-
must w0,kAe;di,yAthoLOVbo"t?:;ii11 ^'tl" ^etlt %^V     ������Nothing'would give me groat,,
ing
-And then ono
questions for a dnv or   two "
There was an awkward silence   foi
a  few minutes,   dining  wh'ch  Iirdis-
cussed   my   breakfast with the , em-
,    , ,,     banasning sensation  that   'the  pro-!    , , .      ,f
"u.'..Sld,:.���^.,"'^iB.lT^"}'ifttwV'   ������ T   afteivvard      heard    ho  wh^Pered in my hrai t
....   _ .   .. r  *,     .,..    jji^jj    to    |^)(J     called,     was shaiply
scrutiin/ing me ,
(poruii(uoo oa oj,)
It was impossible, foi t"Josiah to
keep silent for anv length-of timer:
oi to lofiain fiom talking about
himsoli. So in spite of my ic-
l ticonce, he soon put me in possession    of^   thc    whole of his history,
and  plan-,' ahead, -, so J.hati cno task
work ��� except   ilts  ,,,,ht cnto  the i.e t ono ,   ���>
1 "*hav c * heci i d ,of soire' pcopLo-wlio
fl.'im that then lri'ids* aio���and4ouis
sho.'ld*bo fi.ll'^of thoughts-far'-^ end
away above d'rt, and dishwashing,
while the  lobs'are being d mtpssS-
slowly two e'hoius or moie AVhen
done, remove the ,cloth,'thitkcil Alio
.gr avy in - thc ketl lo" wnil ?browned
louoa'.d servo steak and gravy.vciy
hot'1 i-lice-the former like ielly roll
it is delicious ccld     -  . "��� '
7 Cream Peas���Two  table-spoonfuls of
But I    fhavo found    it much  nioi.e'j butler nioltod  m"-hall a cup of milk,
irofitahle    to''put  the most, of i in> | thi oe  tablespoonfuls  oi'1'oui-,  half
^.i,^-,.^u JV,������fi   in  utteri    bevvildoiment i nt the     two
A'.tender,;   smile" blossomed erstwhile,   fitter    ensmrcs- -placrdly f
playing,chess'    "Father," called Bribe,  "you hefe?" ' ' ' A' 5   '���','' - '
"Howdy do, Billy,"Lieniaiked   the-
Colonel, ji ising affably    f "Been "got- ~_
ting'��-married' " Your, father '"'just
came,over to congratulate you 'I.ila
���,"    %The '    Colonel's'   .voire    tiirnwl
husky' all      at < onceb and he opened
wide his'aims  '."Conic here, girlie,"   '
he ciied,, "it's all light'" andiin   a
second.lusAhuightci 's head wns rest-    >
rug on     his,  shoulder and her.arms
weie about his nock.   i-K    j. .* '_      ��
that     flows     beneath,  while a voice' bought and cr.orgy on these homely  te.tspoonful  of salt,   and  ore can
ot
ontythc.faintest idea of what'I had
to  do.     After  ope oi   two  inquiries,
, however, I managed to got into tho
, right  'bus (I    did      not    even  know
what a 'bus  was, until it was pointed  out  to  me),  and  pt last to i each
the North Railway station, and take
jirry seat in the train
1  felt  very  sick  and  woaiy
I emerged  'from the Camden
when I
Road
from the tunc he quitted Mr
,    ....      .,    ���   I'or
Station, once moro into the stieets j tei -a establishment up to tho time
-I went into a pastiy-cook's to eat a'm ,lhich j ,ound him &llting in Mis
-bun, and inquired for Kackstraw s , J(.��nlllnga. 1Wllor (Jennings', I have
.buildings      They weie not acquaint- 'f0igotten to say, was Martha's   sut-
''There vou A9,%s 1U1C' Ib'icby get thorn out ol
mav- find'peace' V hy do von hosr-'lhc ro.'d, tso libit "my mi-idjinight be
t.ite' You have neither father, mo-lfleo to sonl ^Sh^, I helievo than it
tlier.    nor     fiie'nds/to weep for vou
n-'sitisfaction or happiness, ' I'lnl;'
than ' t6_hnv-e_ what you mentioned
conic to pass. I've , had rlic same
thought mA'lf, and hinted at'some-
vthiHg���or thcknfd'to BilliOs"��� ^ence "
'We'll'" said Colonel Bradlee tentatively
"The young rascal laughed at mo,
said . the.i , rr'ca was absurd, that
whrle iirla and ho were tho host 1,<of
chums,  and  all   that,   tlicie  'vas     no
Death will give rest to you,  and do
no wrong to any living be n> "  -
Thus  did  tho  tempter tempt     mo,
and  only  by piavci   could  1  subdue
pes     Let'gct voiy hot ,    *   A,        ,-.     , i , .,    .^       t
U.ncemottfcyro make half-a gallon'. ^"^ ��' -��jy n����;cn" ��' "l:)b sol,t
  of dclK.ois mincemeat take one cup-1 0(it" C"\ ^h���!.   ,.   11]1*1��� h ,'l   I V,nd
. , , ,.     . .. , i ,     i j , on the'l.iwvor, ruefully,     that I-had
wou.d.ever got as-long .is there .was   f..I  I noi j-chopped borlod  moat,     oiie-,botlcr &tlc!A0 cllcss> and ,et riiatthJ
a  pile  of sticky  cooking  utensils  'm.hali  cupful  meat liquor,   three     cup-, ���,  ,.,������  ,.,���������..
, , , . t -.,,      , , , i    . , , maiving pionc ,,
siclit.    * , - fills chopped apples, one cupful blown      ,,.   , ,       ,    , A    ., '"
want to s.iv Uiat.B.ga..-   one-halt     cuptul  g.anulated |       LlU aj-pears to be-of about    the
one  cupful" ' seeded ' i.iisins  S��uf   oP;n����n.     'icinaikol   the     ( ol-
ono  ennui  ci.ii.inti .  ��'no1'  llll,,y      'S\�� CJ"A��>"' ������� ��"''
..I  fioosc lo be thinking of sucli things
I'cnll  it fljing in  the  face of    Pro-
Yrnd.al do  rot
one cannot     think above
ed  with  that locality,  but they    di-
which  was
name).
rectod me to Ehng Ko.id, wiucn was, ARcr A ]lU,Q blckcunSi thc two
'about' a mile fiom theie "Another |frlond<>, as I supposed'I must style
milo to walk'7 I thought "Shall I tho,n_ wont 0,"I(_ for ^ wnlk T felt
^.evei gnt there'" And then, I vvas quile ,'e|ieVed at
told I must inquire again
Arnving at Eling Boad, l^inqtuipd'
of,"tome ,'tncn, who weio workriig
1 arnrdst a chaos of bricks'and lnoitiu,
,vtbe wuy to Itackstraw's Buildings I
ijwas to keep down the ioard till I saw
- some cottages  on 'the left       '-
Ivackslraw's Buildings, at lasti
Small houses one-stoi> high, town
looking "in then dirty brrcks, coun-
_trv looking in then little gardens
that lav m front ��� in which ' how-',
ever, the sicklj , stunted plants weie
-not      at      all     country  looking     .11 &hlp j,,      whilt you  want>  but)     }OU
quite ielievcd,at being fieed from
the, strange, scrutiniyrng' glance of
Mr Jlontgomery's i pye-r, that had
scarcely over been taken oil mc the
whole time he remained in tho loom
Alter this Mar tha came, and 1 had
a 'iltle  quiet  talk        " ,       c
"1 couldn't go to'stcop for "hours
last night, thinking of''what you'd
bcttei do,"-, she said "I'ard w'ork
is out of the question, besides,
you've got learning, you can write
and < cipher beautifully, and you
speak      like    a gentleman      A clerk-
that, s
dishwater   su-iar,
the  temptation     > ' 'j while washing dishes, nor  do"" I   wish j ('cave  whole) r
At length I avoided the neighbor-' to c itioiso tl-oM; who are able to one half cupful thredded oition
hood of the nver, wh'ch began, to do this work m ta loisui e'y 'fashion , two cupfulo sweet oi boiled cidei
exert such an irresistible fasnnat'on ,but where thcre"aic ihildrcn aiid)lJ,1t a'l together into a gt.inito kct-'
over nic ��� a fascination that I felt 'hired nun, garden and chickens, as tie, mix thoroughly and boil, about
must overpower mev'at Inst if T did is the "ease withSmost < farmers' fifteen minutes 0 Take fiom thc stove
not fly from it I now took to wan- wives, t'eip is very little oxtia time
deung ,about tho-parks, more cpe- to bo spent that way - l- v -
ci.illy the Regent's Paik, it being thej The housewife nrvst manage eveiy
nearest tor Camden vTown g       'Imni'.te  to unal c  it   count  for     some
necessaiy work done -     '     ,
' It  is  a s Mcndid   phu-   to  have     a
day  for each  of thc 1 lg jobs '
V'ashlng . n l('ciulibitig on Monday,
iionng      aiid    baking on     Tuesday,
It was there that an incident oc-
cm red to me .that chnrined tlip
.whole current of my thoughts and
tu tions        - .  v
(To Be Continued)
" ��� ���     '
WHY  COAL IS .WASHED.
* ;
knocked at No ", and the door was
ar. .weicd by Martha herself
"What1        Master  Silas,"  exrlaim-
-cd she,   with  surpnse,   "is  that >ou?
'Oh    what a  turn you've given     mc1
Fo conic in,  de.u'     How  pooily and
tired vou  do look'"
Then she called on her mot tier
from the back to see Mastri Silas,
v liom she had < talked about so
nu.ch Her      mother    was a very
stout, kindlv-lookmg woman, who
came in wiping the soup suds off her
arms, ant' who wo'coired me as since-, oly as her daughter  did
Alter a heaitv tea 1 lplt better T
then proceeded to saiisly Martha's
cm losity wlu-h was all on edge and
while I was about it I made a clean
breast of l every ciicuinsijncc,
from the tunc that T overheard the
-.first conversation between tl.e I-tcv-]
crend .Mr Porter and his daughter,
until tre day of my inaui.igo Passing over tl.e month, upon tlie events
of  which   I  told  her,  my  lips     woie
and add a rounding tcaspoouful cinnamon, a.level teaspoonful each
cloves and allspice, h.ilr" a level tca-
si oonful nutmeg,, a foui th oi a level
teaspoonful 'ot salt and tlie pine
each of a lemon . and'oiange with
half the giatod rind ^Vhen cold add
a cup'ful and a, quarter of any kind
of fruit juice oi 'juice of sweet pickle'd
patching and churning on" Wedf.es- fruit at hand ;,Let stand a day and
day," scvvng on .Thinsday, sweeping "aOd j'loie seasoning iif needed l,ino
upstairs and going to leuvii on ,Fr I-' a pie-plate" with lich cr"ust,"fill widh
clav, lading and general'cleaning on lthc mixtuie dot vv'ith bits ofi'buttor,
Saturday. i. -. '    arrange     str rps    of      pastiy latlicc-
seo, you've got no leferonces, and it
is so hd*rd to get a situation in Lon-
don-kWithout them ��� and indeed with
them, for the matter of that I think
j on ought to try and l.nd out join
fi lends, j ou know the name of thc
lavvjeis that Mr Porter drew the I
money from I think you ought to'
l go  to  them "
"Suppose they weie to hand me
over to that man again1" I said,
shuddenng '
"Tine' ��� and not'being one-nnd-
twenty yet, vou aie not jour own
master       Now,   tlieio  was a  thoupht
Harmful    Impurities,   " and Others
That Aio  in the  Way.
The purpose of  washing coal  is  to
free  it  ns   nearly  uS   possiblo  of  all
matter that reduces its heating     ca-i,   ,,..,,,,��. , ,       ,.. ,.-.  ��� .    t,      ,   ,       .,       ,
pacity oi has ardetnmental ctlect up- ]"ut' lf Uievvyoi.v is done according ; wai m j he buUei takes the plnte of
on the metal produced with such 'to so��ie su'h llllc- w�� ��UBl1 "over. the suet usually added and it makes
coal  or with coke, made  from     such |B�� so f.,r 1 chind tho  pies  much inoio   piilhtuble     and
coaI  , , I    Vhilo visiting a    frrond  she  asked | digctible,  although  n  piefened half
Ti i��  is  only"-''stixtii'g   the'ge.ipijl
rule,  and it may lo v.iucd as'inclin-
, ation or ricCcssitv co"ipcls
fa?h.on'over tlie top and bake-in'a
moderate-oven Bust with powdeied
sugar just Le'orc serving  and" serve
'lho impunties of coal aie of two !thc" t nlc of d-hv' and ,then said, "It
kinds, such as aie choniicailv p.'S- must-be about half-past five" ���0n
sive, but which do not produce'lieat. looking at the clock I was much sui-
but, on the-contrary, absorb hcatirr-se.I to Ind she had missed it in
'and clog the openings in the grates her guess" bv only two minutes, and
by forming ashes aiid clinkers, they asl-cd how she know
must bo repeatedly handled, shipped' "On," she said, "I can generally
and freight paid lor them and are toll by mv woik."'
a burden  all around "	
x cupful
used
of  chopped suet may     bo
HINTS TO IIOUSF,KEEPKTtS
Tho smallei tne eye, so tliey say,
the bptter the potato
In toasting a tut key, baste fio-
quoiitlv,   but  don't sticki a  loik  into
Housework done- by the clock '
The other kinds of impurities are Think of it And her house looked'the fleshy part of the lovvl and thus
ctnolly iron pyrites, an oie compos-, it, too Precision was wntton lived of'rion and sulphur, containing as orvwheic Tor such people a pro-
much as 3U per cent oi the latter gramme nnaht bo ai ranged as' lol-
elcmcnt Thcro occurs also frispient- lows Arrso, 5 30 am, bietkfast,
came rnto my h-sui,,though I sc.ice-i,y somc phosphorous,  which  icmains   6 to 6 20 a m ; dishwashing, (}J20 to
in tho ashes      Thc sulphur and phos- I G 10.   mil's     work
phoious   aie     both  mjuiious  to  tho   svvcepine,   7 10  to
vidence" ��� blockin" an uiii"-pcitod
onslaught on his queen ��� "foi if
evei two. people weie made for each
other, it'Was those"1 two, ,and they,
haven't I he sense toAseo'it" -' s -
Johni Iht.-ih nodded, then all .-at
i onus smote his kneo softly with hrs
band '"Phil." ho said, lowering his
voice, ""do you leinembor" that white
mule we usoJ tofhavo at heaelquar-
tcrs'"""" ���-A.   ��� J y --,    . I
/ I3en Johnson's mule'" replied tho
Colonel, - -Willi a leiniiiiscent gi in'
"Oi* course T'do 'I he'boys used to
say'''that when" 'Ben's wanted that
mule'to go'anywhere he'd head him
uijIIio" opposite direction, jell ,'Oit
up1' at, him "and olcl Caesai -ovoidd
wheel 'and- run tho other .way, like-''a
doer " ',        vi Ljl        v -s-.---,
"Young numan" nature and mute
nature aie a good'dcal similar somo-
times," remarked the Lavvjer, .sig-
nificarilly. leaning'back in his chair
Vague corupiehcnsion began L to
daw ii on Colonel Biadlce's countenance "Do you think we might
woik something of tho soil, 'Jach.'"
he queried, c.igoily "I'd do most
anything to In r rig rt about, shor t of
putting my p.nl on bread and water���oi  not kissing her "
John  Heed .ose to his ieot.  "Philip   Biadlee, '   he   said   in   a5    -,ei ious
mention
to     ad-
b 40
tlO
qua'ity of  non produced in a     blast!    But. what    about tlie    woman  (lrkejgieat deal better to  be made a week
ly think it worth while to
it. as 1 should hardly like
vise j ou on^such a point "
1 begged her to let me know what ffurniU.-Ci ana for thrs reason it is
it was. as I was so anxious for any , c iraportant that coal .or cole
si.ggestiori that might help me fOI   blast tuiiiacc use snail  be as free
��� Veil, there s no harm in telling from th<J^ WQ elomcntv, a, possible
you, at all events 1 ou saw that;Tho phoi,pholous ���CCUIS ,n the ash
Mr    Montgomery     the profess-or.     ^ j proriucrricr matter, and remains   there
sealoi. I related the pai.Ku.tus o, jffiw"' ���-' n'uch bro'kiC^. to^tr.l''��aWr'?���
my flight and journey to London. I ���0I,delfu)iv clover min with heaps chomicallv combine with iron nine
' *'-rhi.s-longna,iative. ofcou.se. was j ('{Va.mng - ^^ m^ hhlS''?.|''|r'>^ �����" lor  wh,ch (lt ^ an!.n��st  on  getting  up   (which  is
���     .. ... .    ..j    ' ^ b       laf'inity v lonlv  clockwork
and  vvas once    they say. n  rrch gen-      The'va,uc o{  fUrnacccoke  rs  l��J'       "
I*here"     I   alvvavs  said  vou    were ' ' L"?a"'     Uc"'  n?7'   '  T"'   thlnk'"K   apart from general  chemical    reason
i ncre       i   aivvuvs  s.nu  vou    "en-lt[lllt l{  vou    co,iiti     make up     vour ���   r **
upon
to  7 10
voice, "prepare to have your iinici-
let  lho prisoned juices escape ,      most feelings outraged      l am fiomg
It is said that *��� an apple kept in to rnsult jou ��� For goodness' .sake,
tiie cake box will preserve the fresh- Phil," he Whispoied, us ho perceived
ness of the cake until tho apple is j a look of blank astonishment sweep
withered . The . same claim also'over his friend's face, don't look
seive,  for bread "hike  that,      it's  only  a blufl'     Play
Don't foigot that nmico-meat is   al.vour pai t,     man, and don't give mc
r
r'ot given without lepeatcd nilonupturns on her part
us      degree     of    purity  from
bewitched      She ought to be burned  i ,  t    tc���  , certain     port.on j   -.   c   c���,^,���r a,,,,  nllf.sUhoroi.s
The  wicked  old  hjpoc.ite.   he  o-ight   of >our    h,.-torv.     ,le  would   be   x.hc'���}"'*- sulphur and  pbospp.oroi.s
���xo    have.
��ix     luonths1     And now
wii.it  do vou  mean  lo
your
| v cry man     to
, vou "
advise jou  and     help!
The cfect "f sulphur ai.d phosphor-
.Master Silas,
do?" I    No.   r did not like thc thought   of
Tho question vvas an embarrassing , taltm��� Ml Montgoruerv rnlo my con-
oils': and t while L pau-.��I a inor-ent , lt(i,,!R,.. r (oul,i not toll why, but
to  consider my answer,  my  position
make  iron  brrtllo      Iron
the^c    "leinent.s  in
of certp.in  hmns is unfit for all  pur
pos"s   m  which  strength  is  an     im-
ous  is     to
containing
I   was not agreeabiy  impressed  with   PorUnl W�����\n p���rityln,
him Anoll-or  of  my  strange     in-       "���'"- >-��������-'       j
tlie writer, foi instance) who finds
herself at 2J with two babies���both
under 2} vears of ago���who -w ill not
���just positively will not���be iuii by-
clockwork " 'Then, indeed, it is
manage fi om ���* tho time ono gets up,
which i'i' generally at thc "-amo hour
that the tw o  aforementioned chor ubs
the
y  clockwork     thing about   them)
unlit���vvoll,   until   things  aie  in  such
shape   that  they  may be   left     overnight  ,  and sometimes  this shape   is
very  good  and again it is very    un-
figh' ly.
Tiuly   "circunistrncis- alter  cases",
excess   1>ut  thjJ  woman  lhat  really  tries    to
follow      a given   pl.in      will  Mr creed
after   a  fashion,      no  nuttier      what
or ten,clays before it is to bo used
Tho spices and cider, etc, have thus
time to , percolate thc apple and
meat        ���, ,
In     boiling a pudding.     a fish, oi
anything put  in  a tloth or  bag,      a
away
,Ilo swept the chcss~bonrd o(T tho
talile Willi a bang -'Colonel Ui ad-
lee," he cried lniull*'-, angnly, '"this
is not the lust lime I have caught
you lijing to take an unfai: advantage    but  iCs  the last   game t I'll
plate should  alwajs  bo  put  .u     tho I pi.tV^vvit li A'"
bottom    of   the   kettle     If   tho   pud-1    Something
ding  is  put  in  a  pail  or  can,      the,"'c     Colonel
usual substitute     for  tlie  regulation Illke <\"1,c'�� fr
mold, it should not icst directly   on
stincts
"Well,   pei haps you're  right,
tor  Silas,   for  he's  a strange
I  can't make him  out at all.
broke In upon me in a new light
So entirely possessed had l been
with the one thought ol getting
away from the detcstible hou��-��\ that
until that moment I had r.ccr con-
sideied the future.
"7 must got some employment." I
nr.s.vr red, vaguely "I have some
money ��� twelve shillings"
No'.cr  bciore  having had  a coin  in j t'J"himself",   aiid  tells  .stones
my po<^s5ion,   this seemed  to me a   him<l0|f that makes your flesh  cro.jp
ldrj'j sum ! 1 hut  joung     man,   I'lt/.vvalton,     oi
Martha smiled, shook her head, and   wlnltc;or     his    name is. is regularly
not      look    very hopeful of my   frltrhteripd  at him  when  he's got one
of  them     fits on.     He's  come down
here after they've gone  to  bed shak-
-     , turns  up;  and  her  work   is ^in better
even   for  ordinary heat-
tlie bottom of the kettle An non
ring, a Hat iron bolder, .mj thing
that will keep the dish olT the bottom of the kettle will answe'i
In buying poulli.v remember that
ducks when young ffel tender undei
the wings nnd the web of the foot is
tivnsfaiont The hills and led of
gecso when     j-oung are jcllow     and
fprior coal.
,-        ing purposes, for  not onlv are ashes
'_ (|an   impediment to   the   rational    use
Tj .   iof fuel,  b-it th" sulphur of thc     pj-
sh,-p<\ as a rule, than the one who j supple, tho breast plump und the
lets her washing .slip on until the fat white. Thc breattborio of game
last  of  ihe  v.ccL,  and thwi  part     of)" young is soft and    jield.s  to pre
tlie ([inetest man that eve'r breathed ,-.*."" "","" ���u.. ,���-,,��.,,rn ,(,����. it in
when sober, but ho drinks hard, and ��>">e witn what moisture there in in
then-well,  1 can't      say  that     he's   the coal  and form sulphurous
noisy,   but   he's  awful       He   mutters
did
lOOk
piospoctn But tlie next moment
she brightened up "Well, well, we
must <-ec about something for you,
and there's one thing I can tell you
���jou .sha'n\ want a meal's victuals
while I've one to share v.ith \ou "
Thc  next  consideration   vvas  where
[ should     sleep "Wo    haven't  an
acid,
wl.icn   exert"    a destructive  influence j
about i"Pon     all       iron,    us     boiler   shells.',
tubes,  brcechings  and   slack,   that  it,
touches
For      blacksmith     purposes,
washed coal   is  far superior   to
the ironing is left as a sort of a
Monday morning, nest-egg job And
tho patching is' untouched, and some
of the c'othing is  pill on  unniciided,
She is alwnj's- being pushed by her
work, instead of kccp.ng even with
it.
The same iuU-s will not apply      to
a]so | every   hoi'sonold     But do   try,  all  of! the fat  thick
coiil iJOJ'  t'i put some  thought on    mnn-
sure. Turkeys aio in SP.it.on fall and
winter When good thuy are white
and plump, with full, smooth bie.isl
Chickens when fie'.li have full, bright
eyes, pliable feet and soft, moist
si'vin Young fowls have lender .skin,
smooth logs and combs Venison
when young is reddish blown and
clear  and close
for.
il though   you     may
so (till,   and     no
ing with fright, saying that he could
not stop  in  the room with him "
l    So,  I was determined  I would put
' nn confidence in Mr   Montgomery
j    Mai tha pre^id  upon me the neccs-
-,sity  of  making   some  change  in" my
inch of room here, mother's got two   nttire
lodgers, who sleep ^ in tlie second | '-.v0tiody would'look at. vou as
loom, upstairs, and I'-.o to m.ike a jou'ro dressed now," she said "You
whift down here " I "must have on another roat, and hat,
After   a  little  discussion,   it      was     ,���] necivtio,  the tiou^rs and    waist-
di��covciod  that  Mrs    Jackson,     two j coat Will do for the present, and you
doors above,  had  a  "pare  bed,     and j must have your hair   cut short"
thither I went I     t;hf:  would  insist,  spite  of all    ob-
Tho lodging was ncithei paiticular- j..ction<i on my part, to provide mc
ly comfortable nor particularly [ v.uh the means of making the
clean,  but  I  wai too worn  out with' ohniige
fatigue to be fastidious, and, in | ������; um always very careful when
spite of its shortcomings, I fell | I'm in j plare, and this Is tho first
rviecp almost the moment I lay mv ' time I've b(eri out now for three
weary head upon  tho pillow I vears      I've a good bit by mo,    and
Until ten o'clock next morning T sha'n't want for a time You say
slept a calm, dreamless sleep, and j %oti'\i. come to me as your only
aroso     moro      fresh and  invigorated   fi icrirl. and  f insist upon you     doing
l_
than I had felt for months It had
been arrangod Unit J should breakfast at Martha's Ho accordingly,
as soon as 1 was washed und dressed, I adjourned to No U Two
strange men were in the loom when
'I went in.
Martha introduced tho older as
"Profesmor Montgomery," and the
younger as Mr Fitzwalton Tho elder acknowledged lho introduction
With an air of great politeness; the
younger, with a fosiiliur nod, and a
twinkle of amuscuujnt in his eyo at
wy odd appearance, which slowly
changed to one of doubting recognition; an expresoion which was reflected in  my own face; for 'In    Mr.
"Adolphun Filfifalton, I believed that
I rc<:ogniz��id an old school-mate, Josiah     Coc*fc.      Wo both came to the
Hum*    conciuaiom st tho same    mo-
as   f toll you "
She took me to a wond-hand
clothc'i,shop, where, for a few shillings, "nnd my old coat to boot, I
procured ono "llko what civili/ed
people wore," as Martha phrased it
I bought a hat and necktie at the
same place. Then she took me to a
barber's.
When I lookixl In the glow1, I found
myself completely metamorphosed. I
could scarcely recognize my own face
and figure. The kind-hearted girl
wan In raptures.
"There! I don't believe old Porter himself would know you!" she
cried.
While my money In.'rted, I Insisted
upon paying so much for my board;
it &ns very little I could
get Martha to accept, and
I am sure she put moro
to it.    My bed cost half u crown a
���n its natural state, because the ten- ; nKCn-etit,
dencv to form clinkers is very much j think every minute
reduced by tho process of washing d""^ "-��"*. yet ��ou may not have
-lump coal is much purer than nut'Pl|t m��ch thought, on making the
coal and "lack Until about fifteen ' steps count und dorng the tasks as
vears    ago     slack    had barely    any; they nt in best
value in the Yoiighiogheny region, ( I hoar some one say ��� Oh, she has-
on account of lis lnrgc proportion of o'-en it all awny. She confesses she
impurities Consumers did not vvnnt is only 23 yeais old "
it, nnd it could be shipped onlv" by: '""l I assure vou that (to use a
rail which was too expensive, it be-, slung phra*c), f have not, b<en out
came a burden nt many of thc mines, of .school four vc.ira for nothing,
and anybody could have It who cat od Necessity compels me to woik, and
to take it Yet that same slack, ; In my c.i-,0. nwcs��iity is not th'-
when properly washed, produces a ' mother .>( invention, but of rranogo-
rokc  equal      "to any  of  the   Councils-, irent
ville legion At some of the Mon- Alt! ough mv managemt-nt is far
ongahela mines ��lnrk was sold in from perfect (as Mother firundy will
large lots it the tipple at 10 rents i tei' vou i, "it is ye-i much better
per ton ' tn.vn   none at  nil
.  ^  |    There  is     a  little      ti Ick   that one
WHY   ItOIUK   flRHKLLHH i must employ nlong with management
A class of school children  were be-|c" /���'���������  'Oon h1I-.�� us off into   , path
ing prepared  to  perfo. m  tho  tragedy Ifl' '"]   routine,  from   whence  there    is
1 "Aho   Killed  Coik    Robin-*"     at     a' nr> ���w��.      and  vve    osp our  Indivi-
           . (jp<,_
 ��	
Itanka (llitiking of! tho ashes wiih
his little linger) ��� "Yes, I smoke a
good deal. A cigar is'company for
a fellow when he's lonesome " Kiveis
(raising the wiiidovv) ��� "You must,
have been hard up for companionship when you lit that one "
Prcrocious child ��� 'Tnpa, tell me
what is. humbug?" Parent (with a
(leep-drawii sigh) ��� "It is, ,mv dear,4lAiained of "themselves,  .in.vu.ftv. "li j'-
when vour mamma pretends to be
very fond of mo and puts no buttons
on my shirt,"
"What do you think of mv now
hat?" "Well, for a rrrntlrice it
wants a little luoio trimming "
"Moro      trimming! Whot   with?"
"Oh, a lawn mower would do!"
chol.-ed 'his speech  but
iose to .thi' .situation
Le-avc  my house',"   he
.oaied,      "you     insulting ��� ei���or ���
pet trtogger!"   lie  wound  up , ti iiiinph-
aully
Tlieie was a sudden i ush into the
libiaiv,, and a disinavod chorus,
"rather1  ��� Colonel  fJradlce'"
"You too, Hir'" yelled tne Colonel ".Don't vou daiu set foot in
my house nguin' I.ila ��� n I know
of youi having anything more to <!<>
with the sou of John Itied, I'll ���
I'll���disown jou!     They'll; ti pair of
Ililliu Kp.'il gi lisped Ins fallui's
arm "Cmiic,      father."    he said,
[iroudly, "Colonel Uiadlcc has )oi-
golten that bu -s a geiitlisimiii'"
As the |Jiui rnaieh'Xl stiflly erect
through the llbrniy door tlie lawyer
cautiously turned his liettd but
Lila's eves 'vere too full nl tears lo
inteicepL thc deliberate wink he
shot at the man he had so basely
insulted
"Thcv'll never consent," said Lila
dolefully* 's''c w'lh standing with
Uillie Ue<'(l Lchmd'-the grape-arbor in
her Minor's jard a week later, and
oven a disinterested spectator would
have needed no second glance to
ha-ve shown, him that tho wondrous
light ��� which never yet was o.i sea
or laud ��� was all around them
"What if they don't"'" replied llrl-
he," sloutlj       '"Ihey  ought,  to'   U-
A J   . 'ii
BRIGAND'S    STRANGE. DEATH.
".' :  - a���   , n"pP:   "'
Pushed 'Over a Precipice" by   a Wo-
���'', ' ,����an., (      " ,  ���,
. - .' i,        -        f,
Uecontly^i.^young peasant " wonuin
of,Montenegro was'ietutning  to,hcr_
homo  at    Ueltinjo fi'oiii a town * *m '
which she liad j'ust  sold   sonio   poul-
tiy,  when suddenly she mot a young
man who toldfthcr that thoie was   a
much shoitei".way to her homeland
that ho, would show it to her,sif*sho'
was     willing i,'1 Though     .ho  was     a
stranger*"to hoi,  the woman saw* lib
reason  to   distrust <hun  and "jgladly
aiceptod his oiler     .       '     ' o' .   -_    ���
,lle pieceded her up the / mountain
Path and in about ton 'minutes thoy
cainoAto    tthe ;-edge,of a piccipice.v
Thereupon  -the maif'suddenly seized-
hci-r  anil,, pointing a dagger,.at   her.
throat, demanded lior_ money and her
ciothes      She    /was1 obliged-to" obey
him an(I then  was picpai ing.to.iuri '
away -when he .stopped her >.,     "*1"1-    \<
"No, no," ho said with a'laugh;
"you've got_to*jump down fromithis
piccipicc "   r    ., A    A" >     -  ���    "
'Killing "on her knees Ashe "implored'',
him  to  spare "her  life,  but'he    -paid
no  heed  to hei   and finally threaten-  '
ed  that if she did  not jump of  Jier
own accoid'"he would ihrow her over.
"All  light.",-jho said,  "but at any
late allow mc to cover my eyes with
a hnndkei chief     You will Mind one in'
the pocket of my dress   Please liand
it to me "
Thc brigand stooped to get thc
handkci chief, and tho woinmi.t. summoning ad her courage, pushed him
over the piccipicc As he fell he
giaspod a rock near the edge and,
thus succeeded in supporting (himself. But it was not tor long, for ^
the woman kicked 'his hand away
fiom tho rock and down he fell to
the (loom ho dcseivcd so well       '    '   '
Kctuiiiing to Cctlinjo, the woman
told the storv lhat evening to
Prince Charles and soldiers weio
sent, to the scene, who found at thc
foot of the piccipicc not only tho
body of thc biigaucl,'but also < two
coipsps, which weio'evidently'the ioniums of two of his victims.
lit^
tho
���of
a ro
ex-
ing to keep us up.i'l ber.iu'e they've
qualified' I owe llioiu a debt of
gratitude lor it. though I've round
out how blind [ vvi s-and it's given
mc the right to--"
"Uillie1" cued a uiud'ed voice.
"foiiK'borly'll   airelv '�����  us'"
"lot 'em'" icplied Uillie "Now
listen,  Mm    William  Rced-to-be,   it'a
schrol  enter t.unnient Ktual'tv,   we  Ucomo  sliives   to  a
'Ihe boy     who     irnperson.Viyl Coc,kfP"t th.in  turns lif,; arid freedom into
Tlobm    was-      taught  to   fall   on   the   a  ""'""i existence  of  Kervitude
floor at  a given point      Hut on  the      'n     other   words,   we     must     rise
eventful  dav,   when   the   moment    ar-   abo- u  a  set     rule nrd  ni.inac;e  man-
rived, ho did not full tigcme.nl    That is, the key  that     un
The  verso was repeated,  but again   locks   the doors along our  way,      It
he did  not    fall      Being askwl     his  lend-i      lis out hy  tlmei     into  cool.
reason,  ho  ropliod
"My mother said I wasn't, to full,
for I've got on. my Sunday clothes "
The teacher of a class in a ccrtajn
school had been carefully explaining
tho parable of tho prodigal son, and
waH now twiting their knowledge of
it. All went well until she, en me
tovvard.s the cloffl, when sho naked:
"Now, tell me who was not plcauod
to .seo ,tho priKligal Hon when ho
came homo     ngnin?"    To  her
shady nooks, wlxiro wo may Imbibe
youth, itrength and joy from na-
tuiii's spurk!lii(f fountftliui nil about
us.
I know a woman so bound down
by the cords of routine that who will
forego tho pleaouro of attending any
unusual affair���-something really good
that, perhaps, she will not be permitted to enjoy for years���simply bc-
ciiiuKo audi onlertnlnint'iit happen.1! to
come  or.  v/a.sli  day or bukc day     or
con- some one of her other (lays .she has
Hierniition tvho rt'colverl Uio follow-j not nsido for corlaln tu.-iUs out, of
Ing reply from a youthful nchohir: i each of tho alx vrorlUnif dayH. Now,
"Plenso, ma'am, the fatted calf."-        thtfl  la  foolish--*U  ��  whim���mid     I
.CAN ADA'S.OPPORTUNITY.    _
.   , '    - ���~ ,
Butter  and  Cheese   Exports^ From
the-United States.    *
The   cvpoits     or   choose, fiom the
United States during tho year ^end;
ing  June  tlOtli   lust  weio  Ies i     than
for any jear     in  tho lust !',0 yeais
The  total      was  l!7,"10:i,381   pounds,
valued at a little over.two and three ���
qiini-tei     million   dollius"  os   against
.'10,81!',000   pounds  vulupdrat  a
tie over four  million dollars for
pievious jr-.u.     hi fact,  imports
iliro-*' aie now, so fui  as values
concerni'.l,   almost equal   to  thc
pons,   the  ii:iport:<  lust your     being
valued   at   t'vo  and  one  half  million
dollar1*      'I he-United  Suites- expoi H
of  buttir  art'      also  declining.     I'or
tlie jeai   ending  Juno,  tliey  totalled
a little ovi-i   sivtceu million  pounds,
valued     al   --s^,H8.">,000, 'as  compaiod
with   t vvciitv-tlirce      ami   one-quarter
million pounds for the prevrous voar,
valued  at n   utile ovci   four   million
dollars       Twenty-two      jours      ago
United  HUto'i  oxpoit.s  ainountorl    to
tliirtv-ninc and  one-quarter    million
pounds,  valued  at  $6,000,000     Thus
is a'-condilion w^hich, Canadian funnels should  keep constantly in    mind.
The incieasing     requirements of   the,
United States for home'consumption
will in  the  near   future overtake tho
supply and tlieie will be no considerable i'M">oit_��� This lnctin.s ��� tha t Canada will h.ivu-.ia oppottunltv of supplying that pur t of Lire world's market which     the    United States    has
heietoloiv    siipiiliitl There      are,
however, others who are ready to
step in and tne business will be done
stiy, isaq it op tirj oi[m oioqi ��(\
is Canada's  oppoi tumty.
-iS
"THE LAST OP IHS  LINE."-
TIIE  CATlT WAS TOO  IIKAVY
At a ginri.son ball a newlj-arrived
ensign, wishing for a partner, was
offt'ii-d ^n introduction to a young
lady ol somewhat large proportions lie declined, saying he would
just .ih soon diag a cart about - the
room.
'I lie ladj, who chanced to bo lho
colonel'!) ' da'ughler, heaid tho 'ie-*
mark, and sccietly resolved to have
her revenge when an opportunity ottered.
,  Later    in    the evening,  the young
officer discovered tho fact of her bo-
lug  tho daughter of his chief,     and
thought it; well to rctruict his former.,
refusal,      ���   "���   ���,,'���.,,. ���'>���..- ���      "Ab.''A
On being presented,.: and soliciting
tho favor of the next waltz, alio
coolly bowed, and said:
"I tiinnk you, but I am much too
heavy a curt for uny donkey to
drnw!"
There is more pteusure in giving
thnn iir receiving. Thi�� *pplioB to
medlclna, U'ckn, and tu^.rtM,   ' <  ". L, *A r'j,      ���
a a:
A
r .
HE tfOOTENA Y'MAIL
icoA.tiirneil
hid ongjin
ease liand "
#'
Lon.lon, Doc. 22 ���Ae'ting on the tiu-
itlioiily recently^glven bj   the "War Of
' lice to'foi in bearer companies for field'
[hospital work as independent units at-
*aphc.l lo each Volunteer Brigade Bov-
riSsLimiled,  Uie well-knowii makeis of
t nrmv mlions.i.ind concentrated  foods.'
"have Jii't fanned"a' company ofAthen
OjWii   onip oye--   feu   sqivicfc   with 3 the
romth, 01 ,Cilv ,o�� LoidonABi i^arle ot"
"A'olunteers  p1 The, company .was 'i:iau-
' C,ri.*itedl,'bjlTirpjor-Gpneia] Sir   ;rthur'
'Jyn-.er. C U.   R,V,  who', complimented
w|'*'J./-.u:i in'  ,) {, hAhtA  teimr p:it their
" 1���.nl And    iolj:;: v ,'ru
r -���    ^-A    " A
ippeaiance,  and
."poke 'of(rtho (enthuslnsin,   pati lotism
an.(J-nroniHUtude with whichdhoy"iiarl
lesponded  to�� their  countiy's* call   lor
better equipment in this most.impoit-
ant brancli "of'the  seivice.   ,Ihe  new'
0company  has (just  been   inspected' by
Colonel W. 'L. Gubbins, M.B., the,pi 111-
cipal medical o'fl.cer for the inirao Dis-
itnct, nccompaniqd by Captain DotigA
\S-C,���n A.M C.Aatjitf  hc.1dqu.11 teis  mjinil hj-spiuu v'ck    -tleil'is'd tjv
Holboin Town Hail. r The .lull <=ti ensrth !juisv tlAhe e  ikiiAw   L" t.'j'cA .
of''the Boviibccaiebcoini-inj  v .'A /r"|\A   C-.c"oA ni -. 1 . 11    s A ' A\P ���
parade,   unCei   'command   o.   Siu���,eon- 1 ..A '1 .i.-p'i t A, ' .*-   ., A:   . ia *
Captain A- C   Tu -st'-tl 'rt'-il ftA  ojtii, ,1,0,   Co ..1 Ji ,.v b
by SuigQon-MnioiAR li. Vilson.
moil V, ci e ""also ox.imjneri ve.y1 o!o-">"'-
by,'Colonel f(.;ubbms upon 'flist, aid,"
and the janous mpde-s in the t:,��alm?'H
ofylhe injuicd. TAt the close of tho ic-
\ieu, Colonel Gubbins, ,ciniikriij t"iai
he vva& not given to flattery, pra'sc-o'
the;, pot.,, c'ciiifpunj, tpi Us uquipn .'-.',-
dull   and   gc'ie.'-rl   hi-or loJjrc-   of   ' % ������
through   companj ,anJ
PJl |i,
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< > fit <~ ���
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'      'Vuc uiiv  had --so  far'advanced  that
^ t>tlie businrss of^lifo^ was well Jiegim.   Ij
��;ivv Jhe'bluuisdi-.-iv.-11'tip* in tvvo'of the
-houses ",ihe<   front   doors   opened,   the
^   vvoiiK'ii  helps btisj- shaking tlie  mats"
- an,IJ washing down tlie/stoops.�� ['rcs-
cii ly^spjuu^ol" il)t>_.voiing.<foll:s_ ran .out*
,   i.i'ti the sj.nde-ns. ami 1 could see the^
,'l" '.H.C g9[hi,iui��!S'' round the breakfast"'
% "\:'l :-'s. 1 "'in vvltji-h on the t'arl.vb.ioiu-
t tt 1-'. ::;li r f pAlibsmi'll ot hot coffuq aud
, Ih'trlislr"1 liie:'ik-l'a.stv-;bacoii,,"Avith' the
I-temptation of TaH'ralus for a starving,
_A ri'itii^vvjtu litul Jirt'ii ouValK'niglit..'^ All
~" libs .y.Iiilc "llio  tliiid JioiispJieuiajnpil __
,    closed.1 hei inuiieall.v   sealed. v It    vvas,
1 c-hiM'iKiip. tight shift lured, not ,a siiru
o'f life 111 it. k Wlicuul leaeliediiny lodgings  in   Noifplk 'Street  1   vvas  pretty
> vvell washed out.    IJut 1 turned in for'
li 1111 hour 'aiid at  10 a. 111., woke 111 itch''
lefi-eslied. As'I dressed wiih c-are,I
r poiiili'ipd' depply over ibis litisiiie.ss
anil the couue li.at'l should adopt.
M.v iiist and most t.ru-piii dutv vv;is to
s'i'i ine the ti'lense of Mr Wood, always
supposing lltnt my gentleman ,\vns the
pei ��nn iK-Iiiiilly earned off in l ho call.
Ai,|i!csi'!!t 1 had no cpitaint.v of this,
onlv a bit inoie than st.oti-; suspicion.
Vi'l if, I could ascertain that lie had
, nut riMtii ni'd homo I should be justified in taking similize for fact.
Piist I went >to Charges street The
man them tc'iiiembc'ieil mo. but looked
siiiiiigcl.v when I iuqtiired tfor Cai)-
tain Wooil.
"'Vou have not heard the news, then?"
he said. _
"W'hii't in thunder is (hero to hear
inoie than 1 have to tell vou'.'" I asked,
iii'ttled at thiiikiii"; sonic quo vvas bo-
loie inc. &
"Why, lliat the cip^ain has met with
an accident, lie slipped up somehow*
Inst m^'ht or on rly tills morning and
Jitnt himself badly."   >*',-.
"U'lio told yon-that story? Do you
lH'lio'voit?"  '
"I believe tlie c.-iptain's own handwriting."
"What did lie say'oxatlly?" I was
quite taken aback, us you may suppose, but did not want to show it too
much.
"Here', read it for yourself. It's not
nil his own, of course, and you will understand why. Dut that's his name at
tlie bottom tliercsure enough."
It was written on good gray note paper in n fair running linnd, anil it said:
Savory, I've como.to grief driving home. Horse
slipped upon tiie curb, and I na. frown out ol
tlie cnb. Some kind people picked me tup and
nre taking good care of me. nut I sliin't be
able to move band or foot for some davs. Send
nie by bearer portmanteau of tilings���shirts, diess-
ing gown, dittoes, checkbook, letters, papers and
tho rest,   yours, W. A. Wood.
17A Laburnum Street, Harrow "Road.
"And you sent ibem?   now?"
"By the cab that brought tlie letter."
"Why didn't you go with them yourself?"
"I thought of it ccrlalnly, and I wish
I had."
"You may vvell wish that. And now,
if you will be guided by me, you'll go
and find out 37A Laburnum street
right nwny, If there's any such place at
nil."
"Oh, but there is. It's In tho directory."
"Is that so? Well, If you come across
Mr. Wood there I'll run you for next
president of tlie United States. You've
got just tlie face for a postage stamp."
, ".What In the name of conscience
d've ineanV.-What's ,'npiiencd to him,
then?"
"It's my opinion that Captain-Wood
has fallen among thieves, brigands,
worse���riifilaiis, who'll hold li im to run-
so in for bliicUmnll, rob, murder I��� Itii,
God knows what, unless sonic of us
can -circumvent their blackguard maneuvers. And ;1 n 111 going to try. I
don't believe In cnb'accidents and: Laburnum .streets. Yon nniy, so ymi'd
bettor-go und Judge for yourself." i
lint lie was not going to (Ind him In
Laburnum street. I was pretty sure of
that, but It vv-iis rl/rlit to look (hereon
the oft (.-liuiice Unit tills story was true.
I-'ui- myself I vvtiM more I im 11 ever
pei'.stiitded of foul play, und I considered 1 was humid to lay tlie whole mailer
liel'iii'p the London police.
I wii.'i not very well received 111 Sent-
kind Yard.   'I'ltey told me to gel proper
r   '""*     a, ,    A    "   A��
c-i-eaonnais,, 'a   eertmcate-. rr om
American consul. I was terribly roiled
luitr!not  to~w;aste  time   I   took   a
'stiaiu'ht to (.'teat St: Helen's.' w'lieie 01
"comse 'I   was 'perfectly   well' ibnovvu
One of the senior cleiUs came to me Ct
lectly.      . 1J   ^
' "What can wy do*Col you, MiAsntiy-
zor? WanAa'n liittodiietioi) A tlie
metropolitan "police? Whj, cei'ti'imlyT
Reckon it's no ilsc asking what jou'10
after?, Dig ease?" A
Ho was a frieiiil and had often given
^me Mnforination, 111-n smalL vvu.v v- I
thoitglit pei haps lie'" might^ help -uio
jiovv, for I'd heaul L'roiu'joii llio.v weie
'mostly Amcileans working thiisvcoii-
sp'iracy, a'nd' it was r likely enoKigli
they'd'know at,'the consulate vvliether
aiij;t'big '���toughs'^ and "bunko men"
were in London just tlicn        " A
Alt's .something, to doAvitli ,the  Mc-
niFaiight "millions,"    I   said.    "Votive
' lieaid,"no,doubt, of that jo.tiiig Kngllisli-.
Lilian's luck?" ^     '-    i-'-        -   -,        ;���_ v
"Wliy."i.ves.    lie vvas(herc^ th's very
1110ni 1 us. only aii',lio"ur ago.".-i'lt was
then .aboujt "1- o'clock.,   "Cttptaiir"^'!!'-
liam Aretiis^.Woocl they called linn1"  Is
vhe your client?".'jm** -   "
^It'hit mo like a blow, tliis'iievv
saw-nt*piico",wliatL"lt' iiroant^'Cfiptai'ii
' ��� '     ��� ���^i.   * -  .
', liil-
t         ri * ..     - -u        >   1!   ',      *'
OelC'lltlun     ,'i..,.V.   :.--",i.'.V   l'jii',-,r..,,���
oiled
outbuildings In wit ill li<; was imp' iso 1
cat
ed.    To get him o.;f ,mt,"t lie iiivtiH,,>t.
t
for I
1:0/.
NUyyyy
^,^A'A '
^A :<a>>, yr &.
i 9 J��*T; ���-
\\
'l.^Af
���-vl./
"'flicwoman calltil lilmn i'}ciu!'al ili.'i
and I) tut Iv biot) hi,,i "
Wood could not be l.vin-; ,ii|.iii'il  in a
street oil" the Uanov,   1 ...nl and w-i'!;
ing aiiotit Oiviit St   liihti ,     I vv.i.iud
no more piuol ul tut I ri'.t.,l       '
"We  are aeting  li,,   I .ipt.-un ' Wood
C'.i.se   ot, alteiiipted * It.mil      Thi'.v've
.soon found lie's 1,111 gamer   lint vvhtit
.brought him lino, il I may nsU?"
"Some question , of legal powers
Granting altoi-ue.v to i-epiesenl.ilives
in lVevv York, assigning pertain pinpei--
tics by deed to 11 tistees. * Legal business. The lu-,<* yon know, leqiilro.s the
signature to be given in the presence
of the United Stutes consul."
"You saw Captain Wood, did you.
yourself?"
"Why', certainly.^ A man vvoitli millions, lie interested us till. Took it
quietly enough, though. Kailier' ordinary sort of sportsman Tail eiimr,li,
but no show about liim [���'or so rich n
man lie went very plainly dressed���only a Derby hat und a business suit."
"Handsome youii-j man,' eh? Tall,
fair, holds himself well?" I suggested.
"Why, no. l.iitlier mean. I r.ht.uld
say. Fair, yes; thickset, coarse looking, but I had no lull; with him. tie
and his friends weie in the inner room
vvitli the consul himself."
"Ills friends?*' I hazarded.
"I suppose so, but ho might have
found better. There vvas that Law-
ford. Jimmy tliey call him. I don't
know much about lilm. Xo good anyway. And there vvas Colonel MeQtiii.v,
who ran tho Cyclosloma swindle out
west, and a little black faced Spanish
chap who looked hungry enough to cut
him, clothes and nil. If you're a friend
of Captain Wood's, Sniiyzcr, I'd warn
111 111 against being too thick with that
crowd."
"Warn him!" I said to myself ns 1
walked" away from the consulate. "If
he'd listened to me, lie would have
never got into this fix."
Much as I had been surprised hy the
promptitude with which these unscrupulous foes had got I1I111 into their toils
I wis now amazed with the breadth,
the boldness of their scheme It was
11s clear to 1110 ns if I had scon it nil in
print-. To seize, sequestrate, securely
liold their prisoner, vvitli heaven knows
.what nddedy, Ill usage���It might ho
iniiko avviiy with him utterly���while his
double, some cleverly set lip second
.self, their puppet or con federate, per-
i-onated liim, nctcd for him, milking
ducks and drakes of his fortune,-acquiring every red cent Hint wns movable und within roach, without fenr of
Interference- or retrlbulioii, provided
only tliey kept fust hold of their prey.
How far was It In my power to meet
mid frustrate these felonious but astutely planned measures? At least 1
Iiiul one or two . Ilireails, one or two
clews; In my hit ml.
1 believed Unit I could exactly locate
llio preacut "ihico of Ciijilulu  Wood's
job.. If he vvprt>,���G vp'f.ei'. I't.di i-i s
chief, the'worst i .'itii'iilj-.* iri^ht 1 c
prevented Hut'v, !i"ihei "lAv.Pi,' ,1111
mec'.tntely rele,i<--p<l f-i not it<v. tis'ol I't
tie less impui t.ineo to lollon* r,i h.s per''
sccutors lo ascertain uh.it thej weie,
doing ni'd work ito'eountei.ii t aud de
'teat them   -    ,''���*'   1.       ,
Three of them, at least. I had heard
of. thanks to my triend'at the.1 ciis-i
late. Ao.'Jiy name and dr.ti  identity
The tfiiid should he diseojeied,!!! ��� ��� i-4li,
tlie othei'two       ''     ''  <     1        ""
My ue\t moves were ell arl.v and iin
po'-ativel.v marked out foi ine ����� rv *
- As'L[Hissed alone tii,- t;ti.int1-I ra'ied
in at N'oifolk street , No siitu fro'ei lo'
sephAso all was pi estnnalily v. it hunt
change in ttlic Kti-.-ithallan road A-Nl'xt
to daises stieet. ",     '., -'  ������
Time was setting on. 'Close en :>, p
m., and nothing done' as 'yet in \!r
Wood's behalf. H I ,w;ts 111111:1: < ni. ci^ci
to act toi- In 111, itiid,.vet I l."c.v I hum
proceed -legttlail.v; The, man Savnr.v
liad returned, "and 1 know" b.v his line
that he had drawn hi.ink,in Lalminiini
stieet. Ot couisc no .Mr rf,\\ onibbvas
J-tliorc.-1���I did--'not i-equiie to he^told-
that. Savory vvas also sntisi-cd now. a,
good deal on the evideiu'eAit *ilii' i-n'iic
clog winch he bad t.iken with him
'"Alastei \"\ 1111 c�� vvas novvlieie oil the
preii.iscs ^rjnj v\ ill answer lor that A
told hii.i to 'en look,', although the v.n
uinii oi the place���it wns a soi t ul mc-
ot'.d into lodsiug lioitse���ca'ie'l him a
die.idlul dog .md tiied lo -.i,;i 'hiiii.
Ito.v s letth lieliied him to i|in.st light
tlnoutrli jtlio house." ,      (
"Fine lellovv ! We'll take h.111 with
us to look lor .Mr. Wood    Lli. Ro.v ?"
He was like u Christian, lhat 'dog,
for'he made friends at once, wagged
his tail and put his nose in m.v hand.
When Savory added on some g'ibbeiisb
vvitli "ulloolooloo, go seat eh, Itoj," he
first hoi. led and yelped, then lan up
and down the hall entry like a innd
thing. *
"Whore nre vve going, sir?" asked
Savoiy, growing respectful as he'iec-
ognixed,my authority.
"To  Scotland   Yaul   straight.    They
wouldn't  listen  to  mo  this* morning._
Now perhaps���    What have  you got
there?"''"
"It's iA letter, sir, brought by hand
half an hour ago for Mr. Wood, marked. 'Very Immediate.' D'ye see? Cut���
you wouldn't surely?"
Tills was in alarmed protext as I was
nbotit to break- the seal.
"Wouldn't IA though? Why, it's a
question of life and death with Captain
"Wood. Anything nnd everything that
is likely to help us must be mndejise
of.   I stand on Hint, and Here goes."
Hut Just ns I was about (0 open the
letter vve were ititei'iupted by tlie nr-
rival of a (all, military looking gentle-
man. vvitli n tierce fiice nnd n very hec-
toi-in-r. overbearing manner. We weie
standing In the hallway, lho man Savory rind I, for nlthatigli lie knew what
my business win he did not trust me
enousli to let me go up sta'i's. The
trout door vvas fust a'ar. he inside and
I st'll on (lie sloop, when ibis lush
f.ilullu. mastei I'nI sort ot gentleman
0:1:110 ui) and .��aid to both of rs;
���'Is this where Captain Wood lives?
Look sharp    1 want to know,"
'There was a shot lues in his tone and
manner vv hi( li, leiii'.'.'i fircl-un American. 1 could not stu'i'iii'i at nil He
might have been 11 sl.ive d.lver talking
to black Afi-'ciins. and 1 looked nt him
in a way to warn liim not lo 1a1.se m.v
daiidci. _
"Come, rprak out Which '* the man
of the lioi't-eV Is Captain Wood in? I
must see him nt once I am fir CbaiVs
Colliiigliain."
At this Sn\01 y bowed low Th " a.e
a mean, lie''spittle hi. the-p lit it,-hers,
when theie':, nn.v ta'k ot IiI'-h "i I ig
toads in tin li pt;<i(]i( s
"'Yes, yi". Sir ( I'liile-; (pii'e m> I
know you now. Hut Captain Wood is.
���not.'ii!." .   ''      '
��� "Where .shall I find liim,? I must see
liim :it once. It Is n' matter of fluty.
Where is he?"" 3    y "
"That's just wimt wo want to l:now."
I put in. "it puzzles us entirely. He
has pot into some mess 'somewhere,
and we can't tell for certain what lins
happened,to lilm or where to find liim.*'
���""And who the devil nre yo'i. pray?"
asked my gentleman Insolently. "And
what in heaven's name have yon to do
with ("iiptiiin Wood? You ure nn American. I perceive."
"Waal, that's so, and what difference
does that make? Ain't I good enough
to know C'liplain Wood or fur you to
tail; to?" He had pretty well raised my
dander this time.
To lie eiiiitiiiiicd.
THE JYSTEBIOUS VISITOR IS
!   NOW INVADING; MANY
\��       .HOMES. '
If Strikes -Young and 'Old Who
Are 1 Physically Weak and /
Predisposed to .Disease.'��'' t
Paine's Celerj'Compound
* ,Fortifies the  Body, Cleanses the
^ .Blood and Gives Strength to    '
Resist All Attacks.
1       ' ' ri  ,
' J    c    "  I "> 3
' That my-st ei ions 'vii-itor* "On'p"-is
now invading many lioines.ind striking
down Ihe young and old whuaie weak,
or predisposed lo dise.ise. IL is now
well known that the, disease spie.tds
i.ipitlly 10 Lho v.uinus nieiiibers of the
households into which it has been .-in'-'
iroduecd. , II, ".icicncLs wilh'thu theo.y
of infeolion, also, th.it the diseas-e has
usually',it tacked 'the persons liable to
intection. 'Dr. Richard Siselv, in, Ids
book on ','E|iideinio Influenza," says tlfe
disease is almost 'entirely propagated
Hy infection.  * ,< , *  ������"   , * r
'  In past ^vviiitef seasons it." liasAippii'
fully and   happily.deiiionstrated'tliat"
PaineSiCeli'i y Qompouiul is a tower ol
safety when G'lipis pievalent.    When
this scientific and hearth giving niedi
.cine is used, it strengl lie'ns Ihe nervous-
cenLiesof.illtlicvit.il organs; il puri-
He^ Liie jhlood, iregulates    digestion,
gives .iMieiiltliy tone Lo  the whole sys-"
tern, enabling  young and  oldilntfeel
sectne. t'icini    the-:,ravages of disease.'
Weak,* ner rolls,  dyspeptic-  and ailing
people will (ind in Paine's Celery-'eom-
.pomid .1 true pi elector and shield from
the  dangers  of gup.'   A Irial'oi  one
bottle vv il! banish a"
^5.00  'Rebvarcl fa  D^fe'red
'"' 'by Lhe Kootkxay Maid to the paiei up stibsciTber who t^A"*
:   '        1 r 1  " lii'ot names' ���, t A ' 1
Bhe,, Most EjAfecti-Ve ^jfldivert is em e'nt
jippwii-ing in our 011111111118' during  the in'biiLli of Jantiuiiv, IW.    '
-< Tli.iL.-itlvertiseiiieiiLwill be. eonsidered the winner which leeeive-,   '
the. largest number of votes. ' '     ,
t ���'i'lie contest will close on I'lebriiary lULh.      '        v     ���        f    ,
���   Competitors will���pleiihu clip  011L the atlaclied'h.-illol p.ipei, fill
in, and addiess Lo die Kootenay Mail Oi-ri'-iJ, Jtev eKioke,
iiiai king 011 the top lefL eoiiicrr of Hie envelope "Advei liseineiit,
,ccniLest,",so LliaLjL may 110L bo'opened   tdl"tlie date  of  closing,
Uie competition.' 1 ,    /t     'f       '      1 () i \
'-The u'sulL will be uniio'iinced in our issue of Ii'ebruary Kiiili.    ��� '
GRAZING ��� REGULATIONS ���
For. Manitoba, the' Northwest'.'Terri-
^tori^and th'e- Railway Belt' in ';
Q" .'���'British Columbia.       r "'' '
" -.-, v . ,    ,1  COX/POJV,: '     *    *: ',v   J'
I lieieby vole for LlnradveilisemeiiL of ...   .  '.    ..'.'.    '..."..  .<
'   A - i   . '        ,'   <-   ���
���;���������'���  ������'  ���������  -A      ���  A... appealing in  Lhe Kootkxay Mail of Jan-
, u.tiy ^....'...,r]0(��, as in my opinion (lie  most  effective." iidvcrLi.-.c'iiienb
iivyoiii'columns.      i    -v,        ,    ' , ,   ,      ,, ,    >-,
' ,' , l , --���        ''     r * ' ' I r'
1 ,   Name.
f.c.t-es tor pra/irig purpo-es are i��iiied for a -
term   ot tweiity-oiie jc-nr^ and tlic^enuil isar,   <���
U10 raluo' two ccnt.-iin acre pc-r annirm, pay-'
nlik-linlf ye-iirl>',in advance. ,1 1
i|��-ind-i mrltiiic'd in,a grazing Iea>e mav be  j
vvitlidnivvn for liome.-tc.id entry, =nlo or'rnil-   ,'
v ay pit: po-es lair 110 rental U charged 'on such'
l.uul-, 11.4m the dale upon which tliey are' wiih--
drawn from ihe lea-e. < ,t
1A h-see of graying land-, is not entitled to the
Iiaj thereon, blithe mav-, upon application lo - '
tin agent of Dominion 1-and-,, obtain each year
liie lir^i/peririit to cut on .hi-. leasehold what- ,',
over iju.iiiliiy of' liny lie mfiy reiiuire for hi^> '
o\\n uie, free of due-, tliedeimrtiiientrejerving ,-
Liie- right to i-v-iio porimus 10 olher applicanls.
Aiiplic-iliou-   for   grazing ]ea.-cs ��hould  be   '
miuie to lhe Sc-irulAry. Department, of., the In
���'-  Ottawa.  '
'      ,  ,   , , lVG. KBYES,      "
Scctctaiy, Deparlmeiic of the Interior.   , "*'
Bricklayer and Stonemason
l'  0. Ho\- 101.
J!Evj:lstoke,.u c.
All lines of Jfason woil. iincIcil.ilcenT   ^
. lJstiiiialcsgi\cnifor Luuldiiig-, eic
'it.
.Wing Chung's newly ini--'
ported^ stdcU^of Chinese-
and' Japanese goods.    P
The best assortment ��� ever-
'landed' in" Revelstoke  of
useful,'   and1-    urnamental',"
articles:
E.B.: EDDY'S
"KING EDWARD" lOOOo.
^fUEADLIGlIT,"
r/:'lSAGLE.'t']06J> and 200s." _ v
V "VICTORIA," y<,    ^
1'"LITTLE COMET."''
a'l L   ,
FOR  SALE   EVERYWHERE,
/Are the'best that can be bought.
r-AA   "   *" ���     ' A <-      >   A   ' ���" '    r
Don t experiment with other and inferior brands.'
��,
,(>-0-<K>-0<K>-0<K>"0<K>:CK><><K>^'CK>^
-1- *   -        - ?("A,  fJ- j *    '
','
1' 1 ea m:i-v ied    ' -  , i.     -   i''lovvci' Tot-. <
lJlates ^ ���'    Uiiibiella'&l.uniN   A
Ba-l,ol-,      a   - '   - bunch J3.u,kols
Cane Chans -<    feinokingJackel',
1-  lI.indkeichioN       V-", *-    Eulk Cioods.v ��
���y���~ A- - GOLD^F 1 sII '"-i -V >J"~,l-
. II '��- l ,
. Ji'inosl slock of cnudics ami fi nit in tow 11. ,
'    ' ,,,
, Front Street, Revelstolce
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Retail De.aler1 in-^^aga^f.
BEEF,    PORK,
���MUTTON, Etc
Fish��and Game in Season.
, pioinptly Idled.
"*      ',    J. LlAUGHTON,'Proprietor,*
i ua;"reyelst;pke; b. a.
- -This hotel is now open-for the .���ic-eoinmodaLion of���the travelling-
public.    It is Lhe most, conveniently situated hoLel in Llio c-iljvlieinjr
aL the corner oi',Firsfc'.Street and Con naught, Avenue, in the lieni t of
Hie buhiness portion of the city* coiivetiienL'to :iailvvay'staLioii and
post office., ,    ��� ��      v ^ q
First'Class Accommodation and Table. "" ' ,    O
,, Besf'Brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. I
6o<KKK>rOH><><>-a<K>-0<K>-0^^
All oider--
REVELSTOKE, B. C, SK.W
Douglii1.
hliects
ros.
Sanitary  Plumbing", Hot
Water k Steam Healing.
Second Street, Revelstoke
nSBKS*WK3!UBBai
Kor flisf cla-.5loal.lici' \\iite
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly  built.     First-class in every respefct.      All modern convenienccs.
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI 50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout  Lake,.under same.
mating enieiit.
Vancouver, B. C.
lliili-li C'oliiinbia Agent), for the ccli'lnaleil
"PENETANG" Sole be.illier, (Jul SolUhitnil
Heel Piece-. 1
Hiirne-.a beiitlier-., Jlrlill.', Paddle and Skill-
iiii; beat tiers, l.nee unit lutiifo Luiuliur-., tipper Le'.itlic'i--. of nil kinds.
.Mamifiiclinoib of Ol(i-,ocl U'lipei-. of nil
descriptions ,
Slioi'iiKikei'h' Tool., iiml  KuiilliigH, Siuldlery
Ifiiidvv ire, Hide", aiid OIK.
' Two lliou-unil lleeiNkin-. VVaiiteil.
C'atiiloKiie-iuiil price lists on iipplleal ion.
DATENTS
" obtained in 11
Tradcmai ks
and Copyrights
eoiinliicH.
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KOOTENAY HOUS
���~. = COMAPLIX EEEEE~EE
ti:m::e];t table
S. ,b'.   "Ar'cher" or S. S.   ��Lardeau."
���  ,  ' -
Kiiniung between 1 Arrowhead, Thomson'c
baiidniL-niid Comnpliv, commencing Oct. nth,
1!W1. will sail ai follow, (weather permitting):
Leave .trrdwhend .for', Thomson's Ijindiiie
aiidiC-oinaplix tw ice daily at 10k. and 15k.
3Leav e Coinaplix ���ind Tlioin-011's Landing tor
Anow liead twice daily at 7.15k. and 12.Jok.    *
."Making close connections with,'all C. P. R.
trains and boats.     ' ' ."��
"The ovvne'fs reserve the right to'chnngc,timc&
of tailings without notice.';       - -,
THE KRED liOBIXSOX LUMBER CO. LTD.
. r'l      V ,.     1.      u*      K. ROBIXSOX, P'
, n-,     , Managing Director, ,,,
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
-A.1  P1K Royal Mail Llnc8.1^>.-,-^A- --
Cheapest Route to the Old Country.     '
ALLAX LIXE-From'.Sl.'jolrn. '
Corii.tluan   -A"      -      -h   ���      -   .-   Dc'c. 11 '
Pietonan , j-    - ,   -      .     '., ,,. 1 ���.   < ]jec oq
Paiioian   v -���,  -    ,-   , .      .      . �� .   riec. 2S
bavarian    y   -o r-<    .,,V,    .(    .        Jan. 3
-    IJO.-iIlN'IOXILI.N-K-riom*Ho=ton.*; ' A-
,3rcrion    "���     ' y     *A   -',-'_- v *'���*     Dec. 10  ,
'dOMIXIOX LINE���Krom"Portland. '
Colonial.' - -   , -      -      .' . .*     . ._     pcc on 1
Cahfoiman     -     -      -   ,,'..   , .     .        Jan.ii'
BEAVER LIKE���from St. John.    <      s -
Lake Mcg.iutic   -      -     ,-    ,-      -      .   Dcc.lt
LakeCharnplaiii     -      ���    J-,     -' I,.      Uec. 19   '
Jlontere.v       -      --O-      -   ' -      -        Dec "O'*
Lake Ontario    -  '  -      -  * -,     ���      .*���    Jnii.2
AJIERtCAX LIXE-Lrro'm Xcw York.   : "
Ke'iMiiBton ,-,-''.      . / .     '.       Dec. 0
liiiadidpia   -   1 -      -      - -   -      . Dec. 10,
si. Paul      -*,    ....      .1    .    jiec. 1;
New ^ 01k   , -a_  -     - - . -.        .       Dec-''l*
Pliiladelpln.^     -     /��_, -Url ^, ^..^,.' lice. 31 J*
-   RED STAR LI.VlA-'roin Xevv Vork.^
I'liilaiid ,-'-,-"-      -    ' *-     *-     *   Dec. C
V.uleilaiid  ���*,, -,     -      -* "  -  , . 11   .   Dec jj
ICroonland   ' -m  ���      -    !-.'.���.-; Dco'-au
,Zceland    &��� ~   .      - j. -      -      -      -    Dee. 27
. WJII1TE STAR LIXi:--J-*roin Xevv York.'' '-
Teutonic A *- " ��� '1- ' '��� '-- , - Deo 10
Cyinrrc, -- -- '- -m^>-h - - ,- ' Dec. 12
Oceanic---"--.-- - - -   -*,.  .<-..-'.   Dec. 17'    -<*"
-VlujeMic   - j, 1- ._--j. -__f- -   i -iui. Dec. 21 ������*-
Oellrc  Dec, 2��~
Germanicv-f,    -      -      -   A    -^  ���' Dec. 31    .
, CUXARD LIXE���From'Xow- Y01 k. *-
Linbila      -  '" Dec. 13
Lucania^-      - , Dee -'5
i:irurl.x""    '-      -      -c   - - n   -^Dec. 57
CfXARD LIKE-Krom Ro-ton.
L'ltruria Dec. 13
I voi 111,1    -      ���*     -      -      -      .   ' A      Dec. 27
S.vlvanla      -      -      -      -      - '   .      .    Jan. 3
l\i-,-enger- ticketed through to all parts of
Clre.it linrain and Ireland, and atbpccially low
1'11c; to all parts of the European continent.'
App'> to ncaicct railvvay or jtc-aniship agent or
to '
T.  w. BRADS HAW. Agent, Revelstoke.
\V. P. P. CUrvirvilNGS. Pacific Agent.
' J/ I
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c
Does Youp Food Distress You ?
Is Now Open for Business      -,    The Best House jn Town.
Well Furnished    -    Good Table.
Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock,
W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.
\9h
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ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Jleeli.uiical     Kngmecr    unci      l'l.iiiglilsnmn,
Hank  of I J. X. A. I'liilillngs Jlasllngs feliecl
VANCOUVER,   B.   C. '
A   )io-.luiiil  will seoiiii' an cvdiing upiiuiiiL
nieiil foi Uio-,0 vvhci c.inniil call niiintg (lie dnj
PELLEW=HARVEY,
BRYANT     &    GILMAN,
Vancouver, B. C.
PROVINCIAL
ASSAYER8
Tosls
Mill Tests Smelte
Up to 4000 lbs.
Checking Smeller Pulps .1 Specially,
Have You a'Doubtful,Piece of Rock?
We'll Tell You what It is
FREEOF  CHARGE.     ,
ta*^xy^vMLi^m,.^jt^JiMuiMiitiiu).u-.jt.vjj^.jWjlm,
ORIENTAL   HOTEL
ably furnished wiih the choicest thc market
affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.
Rates $1 a day.     Monthly rate.
ALBEET      STONE,
J".
PEOI
Aie'v fin1, iie rvoiis?
Uo ycui fi-i'I older- than you used to?
U your appetite- poor?
lb your  LoniriiP coated  vvitli  it slimy,
yellowish fm? '<
Do you have- diz/.y spcllb? ,    -   -
Have you a bad tast.- in the 1110.1th?
Dot's your  food  c-Ciuie up after eating
Willi aA(Hi!-ta=te?
H.ivc you a sensition of fiillness'after
* "  e'liliiiiz?       k l
Do yon have ITcarllitii 11? *       <
Do you lii-leli gasor vvincl? > ,
Do'you li,i\-i> excessiv-c tliirsl?
Do you noiice lilat-k specks before the
cyci-?
'Do you have pain 01 oppieesionaround
the lu'iirt:-
Di'cs your hc.-tit pa!|)ilitte or beat ir-
>  lcgularly? .
Do yiu^ have uiipleiwanl dre'iims?
Ale'VOtl c-oiis-tip;tti>d? >
Do your liinli- tu'iulile or vibrate?
Ate you re-tit"*!, nt night?
>'ami:A. ,	
Age     Occupation	
.Slr.'el number .* ,	
Town , .Suite	
II' you li.-iveiiiiiy or all of the above
.symptom-, you prob.tblv have Dyspepsia.    Fill  in  tii.'  ahcivc-   blank, send to
u~, and vve will  I  vou �� fu>e trial of
J'Kl'SIKOLA TA BLKTS-itninifsUoii-
ably tii" -tiie-L and s-nfi-st Dvspi'psia
cine known -togeilic-r with out little
hook���"Advice to Dyspeptic-." Regtt-
lar-i/e Fep-ikoln TableU-, 2o cents, by
mail, en-ol youi d;uggi>i.
AGENTS WANTED.
Ono Block from C P It Depot
and Stoamlioat Wharvos
Re furnished nnd Re-modeled
Ratco S1.50 to S2 i-cr (lay   '
THE LAXAKOLA COMPANY,
Vi>i;v Sthi;i;t SEW YORK
mm
Corner Granville &. Hastings Streets,
1
R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,
B. C.
ii\2 i Slandard remociy lor Gleet,
Gonorrhma and Runnings fuirvVl
IN 48 HOURS. Curos Kid- VmlUI J
no and Bladder Tro'ibles.
er$
Raw Furs B ought
A   Cash Prices Paia
Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.
rw
^Cook's Cotton Boot Compound
^i A ?nooes5fnlIy uFcd monthly by over
^10 W��Ladle.. Snfo._p(IcetuaI. Lac"lcsask
Rooms in. Suites with Bat lis and'  'Joifek alt ached, -'flowing- 11
perl
01
1 or J, mailed on receipt of price and two S-cent
clump?,    'lho Cooli Cimipiinv Windsor, Onl.
r=?/-.N03. 1 nml 2 sold and recommended by all
and Cold Water, Inside Toilets ou each floor, Gas Lighted aud\ ���*^*�����te**i*<:iu*to.:-, ,.
I    :>'��,. 11111,1 X,i.'.',-.re -oi.t nr,  iron! Lake by K.
'I. ASwij-. .-mil ni Itvvi.-Moke bv VV. Iloivs. .1. A.
; Miller ."c Co. iiml  Ciinmln I/nic i: liook Co.
; Iiriih'Kiil".
Steam J-failed Tkroii-g'houL.
J. C. GREIENB, Proprietor,
'GOLDEN, B.-C
Exporter of Furs.
Wood's PhospTiodina,
COMAPLIX
rnrm3o( Sexun
J. H. YOUNG-,
Best brands of Wines, Liquors and .Cigars.
Proprietor.
1 ravollcrs  to
at this Hotel,
Fish Creek will find ii'X'cellciU accommodation
as-. cn^-rt Tlie Great Ertr/lish Kanali/.
i w!,'9fiK''^*Vl ���C'0'(' n,ld recommended by all
j/\'ix/i\ ��) d.-ngKlsts In Canada. Only reli-
'���+'���* 1 able uiedlcl'in discovered. Sir.
mcknrttx jpurariUttl to cure all
I WV-akness, rill effects of abuse
or excess, Mental Worry. Excessive use of Tobacco. Oplirm or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt
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A-Iiey.I)r..:Jffir(lrvsillT,i:oftiii: I'reslAer-iA^fl, A. y-y.33 i,;:. ,3yA, y. AJyy      \yy���: .y: ������:;[
TiiAiMp'iitlqr .vv-orkstlireolbiglit-bpiir
lias .
L'Oi fori lied in ^Winnipeg
all ehii-icsbi fcti)iile.:.labor.3
ineliid-1
i It will
vve re y p re.A t..-A I.rs.
I'riji:t;i)i0r aniVAllA. ;?tbl):ilil-Aectirii!^
the pfizd.i.'of which: tlitA-first.. vvasy a
.liiiiiilstinie ("lit glass bon-bon disli, :ind
the.second ivpretty.snoon.���;-.'.;i ...A
On AA^'ediiesduy     Kc'v.  iC.i f.iuliipr
celebrated the niiirriago;: oi.-'Jolni   Aii-
! clersoii,   Gi I'.  II. ��� section; loreiiuiii'at
���i.-iiti vviiimakoAS-lioiir davit i.ronii-1 ���\".,e,l't.   .t;����>V'��.''i.wLir. AM.issAir.ydia
in-lit p'iittire-���-" ���'.-���" -������' jl'-ne-Ksor.;.. In   thceye'imig the-:local
.',   "���"'������'���' ,A ,,'���     a.   "''   ,, ,, ,i i   ��� .   ��� ! lra(.-kiiii.!ii rolled iii to AiA:the'!: bride
���-. ..Iv.iiioiiii.Md.nv .oi tl.c,G.IAJi.,bridgei:,n(1 bpideAmi it uood soncbotVas tlicv'
A|:,!ig �������������*������ brotislit-   to;  they hospital|;!eft ,lv X(*; |."A \*a,:c^.iveri   AA        V
I m-S'jav- siiiieniig. irour injiu-y to bis ;
iiiikUr .-ii.-t:une(.l by slipping bli' a snow- J
bank'uiidi.-r a   ti-.-iin    at    Ducks,   ylffi
'���.vjis.iil.Ae-iit- on the "head, -yl     .
./ti the appeal chsc Turner y. Cowaii
C't;.'ii iroin ilee-isioii of Gliief .liistice in,
favor (.'f'tk'fendaiits the judgiiieiil   was
iiclo" btijl, from: Keb.;23rd to thei. tii-eced-
iiig.l3l-'ricliivAbeb.i 20th. so ;:is, liotyto
Piasji'vvifh . tlieAeiiferfiiiiiiiientA'tbybo
giveh/by,: tho (GoroiiiitiQiiClibir :at-the
opera house on tlie.i23rd. ;:    13: AAA'A
AOi) "'I'iic'Sdiiy lafternopn A\l i's.1: Temple :pilssib'nsf ��� ttii^-'iiiltli'.y.'iiii.yybti Tliiirsi'Iiiy'
gave'  ii IprpgresSivpA biiehrp ; ;-'plvrty:''|!.i.ii'lAiclilsf^rvioiAiitAVrrqwhf-iTcrFri.I^y;
Alib'ut'tw'eiitv-fotii'
1!A Mr. P;A l'Ai'yAiai,;rnissiO)<y
,-ii-y fc��r; thij.i'outlyinA-..d!-t.rioi='r(->iiniii
I^byeistokf'. .yw-ifl;*proi;;,r;jy.3 h:��,rl!;hjfi'
headifiiartor,- cliangf-d 'fioiu. this,city
to
������Vrrcivv-.liOH'd'.:-
sri'
:<3iit.?iif-iiy
i'KTKH. :
I'otirth. .Siiiiflny i.ftei; Kpipliiiiiyy
(.-(.���lebration of I loivi Gotiiijitiriiiiiiyat'H
lutii.. iiiul jifti-'r   rijiiniiiig "'������pfiiy'.-r'iiti.I I
.ir.
���All.Ml
stist;iiiiC-d. .>, S. Taylor ant! G. ,S. -.Mc-
Garter iicte-d for.pltti'.-. and E. I'. Davis
iiiid -f. >f. h'co'tt for ckfendaiits.
At ii iiK'C'fing of sbllool   trustees  on
Thursday. Jf.   Cook Was    appointed
Aiiitor ai id it vvas resolved   to' send   a
.'���* s.vi.Va'iio:
Adjutant Aii'ircvvs. will 3 be,.here the.
AI.asl;vveekMi-s.;\\'ai-d held an   aftor-Aircl and -Itii.    On 'lliifsfliiy lie vviii.givb
nouJi teii, at   which  everyone  present I the lant^rnAprvifi^'AMoiost U'reckefl."
I was given a little d'oyley to embroider, j Adnii.-simii adult- Lie, children  I0A    j
j prizes being givoii foi- the   best''work, i "���'  -��������� --'������ - '���-'-.-'.��� A
! Mrs.AU*yM.l Lawrence and Afrs.,,1. M.
! .-'I'litt. vv,:ri.':tlie foi't.utiiitc winners, oin.-
! of a   liaiid.-iiino���l.silvi.'i"  slmc-honi, tlie
FIRE VALLEY
other of a silver moiitited (l.-iriier.
.Airs.    'J'ciilple     gave   a   grogressivc
(.���tn.-hre |;arty to the'; young   people in '
liinior of th,.' visit of  Mi-is Richardson
of ���;l\iini!'i<i..}>s.    /I'liei-e   were   present
Mis.-(.'.-- I.'utlraiid   Lilian   \"aleiiliiie, .f
f-irciiar   to   oilier boards urgintr that
free school-books  printed   lit, govern
inent printing' ollice-.   be   sup plied . to
schools of province.
.-'.upt. Dov.-nic.who has has been ,..n
a visit Id Trotll Lnko' and, Fergusoii,
says "lie- w.-is surpiised   .-it   tlie   amount
if work in progress in the district iiuiL  a
th'j vi-rv large (|iiiintitv,of supplies   of! .
all -kitiils: that   bad 'been taken in.by)     .V^lsoii city yvill proceed to   instal  a
tiie i.iii-.vay in the latici-  piirt   of    t|,o ! power-iiliiiit.,
yoiu-. ' |      lloniiiiigton Falls power plant is , to
-     ' ;��� called   for   the i.tircliiisil! '"'- <-sl<:ii:\i'<\ at ;i cost, of !)ili()(),0()(l.
ng   f
-iAnid'./;. OnAr. nnd A. Ihick, Fraser,
Iligiiiliot.l.iu.i, I'flcrs, , Ivicb.'ii-dsoii.
.'���le.-srs. Taylor. .1.' (iuv IJiirlier. ./. A.
Miller. It. iiouglas, 0." Iti -Mc:l��onald,
G. II. I'n'rliiiiii. '"���������..
INDUSTRIAL NOTES.
I-'n.ni ,,m-.,uM ('ilrr(-'i���.ii<l,,iil.
, .John II. Old "iiiid \V. [/.. ['ago left by
row boat.���on'.'Monday mornkig for their
trnipiiiiig   grounds   ;iiicl -. uiiJ be goi,A
till' April.      '';,-.'  '������' ���'
Mr. Miles ciime   down    ((> Lindsay",--; led
store tlie other morning for some goo.Is j I,. 1
and reports snow  and    ice, plant.ifi.il at"
Wnstkiiiid Lake .'md marten fair.
��� shifis; vvit-lioiit; aiiyllytro��b!c;TA;lThis
iioiniylisluiHipr ^xciniei)t:;;iiinnageiiieiit
: ;Vtn! paid- a 10 p(*i3 centcIivicU'iid   hist
; Air.'i;A;;;'y.\l3 AA    A A >i:yl'':--i'-A; ������ 3'3.:; *���;.���, 3
'���!;.-;THe iftossla,in! :A/iner . says .aiiA oi'd
body eleven -feet '"wide- and- averaging
Oii". iiiiodrfil lioiiars ha ,s3 bee ii'opened
up jn the -Iqsit' iViitio. a ;v-;������ ���:.:'.-.��� , i 1 3;
.'i.f. FiiiiO-tliiis bought the: I|o.ter and
.iiiterern in' tlie Gold Iiy properties; Thel
former ip iieaf"���. tiie ICelipsq iiiid the
.liitter nd join.1; the Criterion 'on Lexington mountain. --'��� '-..  ': - ���'������-:���-
i'fhe -Loiid.-in Und:: li. O.yf.'cldl'iqids']
.have isstrod.-i cir(,-iiljar -elating, imjiortri
nut ���"���ric.got'iiiti'fitis are 111 progress for j
improving the position of the coin-]
pany. ''������'.���';
Tiie Oraiiby .(.'oiisolifhiM;')
li'oiiijiaiiy is otitof.delit, and''will, pay
a (livideiifi this year. The cost; ��� of
freig'bt and treatnient is '$'2Ji~> [>er ton.
Two more fnriiaci.'s. will !.���., bniit.    .
E. I'alioitr. iiiastf'f liiecii.'Hiif; at tlicj
Nettie. L. und rfiiver Giif.j-fjiiiie.') w.-iiits j
mt-oiianics and drill' uieii.       Iii; instil
is ns ���\yull .worlhya
i.vii-il,iis aiKfartfgaA
Je;i-y;yA:!!^.M.:.'!.'.biv-eloi:
a; 1 it; Si IyulA S1 i 11 til 1.,
Ai-t:;is3 onbr of :'Uio
oIilest:iiii(i:;riiibsti its
prodiiclioiis anioiig
A       \/ :'"'i4 'l^ss-M   llieinbst'i'.xfinisite/
l"-?4A<!i';^^A3ir Sucli tiiuiA'arei
iioliirlistic tliey are
hillle'Aliip.'.-'A.V:
A'3| Aig|j|g|N 0��� E|g| Allgll
Xj'bTIGI-; is; laax'byi giveiilli.-il. i.liirtivl ilavs
:1> yaftei- (late; 1.intcnif.foapply ib.llio lloniir-
alile. I.he: (Jbief-t'oniiiiissioiiei-3 of.��..Ijiii,(ls"aiiit
VVorks foi-spee-inl lieuiise to eiilanil cni-i-y ii'vviiv
limber..from Llio,hinds described as follows: tj^i
33 Coiiiiiibneinj<at;ia:;;pbsi;'plaiile(iibii3t;lib!vvesti
side of ���'llovvn'ie'CJrcelf;- below .'Ilea vor Meadbvvs,--
iibbut :Vi miles fi-bin tlie iiioiiLh. l-iriininy south
Sllcliairs; llience west -Sa.cliains;31 hence iioilli
SO eliains;.t,lienc"e. casl ^SO. eliains:'lo 'point of
ebiiiiiiencemeiit.: : ,3 3; . 3, y3>. ":}���'-'���:'-:- ���������.;���-������('���'.���.'������
���a'i'AA . A..3 ������'.^TirOMAS,-331IKItEBi'i"ir.:-'--i,->r
3:;^atcd Jaiiy.la0lh,:l!JO:i.:y:   AyyAyAA3A;VA;f
a a A;A;A'rl^bUI'iivlP^'"ruAP- AyiiiilAl'li;;.;
' CoiiinioneiiiK.ati-lAposI,'! piii'nlied,- on tiiu vves,-
.siilei.if.llowiiie. Ci-i'ek. iiboui ."rviiiilesifi-oin the.
: 111011L11. i-tii 1 rl i 1 in T ~ 10 3 ;o 1 i a i 1 is -1 i 10 r 1.11;AJ LI nifi c e>, I (Ml
east: Ihcnce.-HI cliainsrsoutb: liieiico lliliehiiins
jWOSllo point of eoVnniuncenienlA'AAA Ay, ::.?;;
-i-'- A'; y-1 ;Ayy'|'lL01IAS3;MI*l:rcDI'i'II.vAy
.������i-Diile'cl-.lniivr30'inO."l.-^.'^.--'-----.--;----'--*'.'.-',":-uv-A.--v->
;,-/.'^A.i-f-.,r,-,vjOT,"*^'.y^U${^v*^:&tjft&2:^**$-^' :'^.^'^lr^^6
iPii
;TenicleA.f^
AliyDpm i ii iqibiLan ilsiFf'A;tlidrPrpvince|lA
i a? A A iiiS P'�� ?ii^,ri t is ii i ;iCfj 1 ii im bia A A A3 "ilAiAv
Q K Al il? I) 1.T K\ IT K ItS 3 a,l (li'bsseil:110 tiilii)': 'fi iiiA A
IJ faint; JI iiies-llriuieh' rlleiiin-l nieiit of Uie 111. Ay
Ici'idivV.-riiul ���: iiiiii-lccil 3on *.I.F10��� eriivuloppA-yTOh A3
iter for Timber Hei-lli No. :Kl!."'ti,;lie. opened bny.'v
t,lieJISLhyl''ebrimry>next.*.wilI.;.lie; ���riiiniiyiid -iit^'A
this':'llejiiirl.iiibiili: 1111 lilnooiiyon yVV*;cdiiesdiVv.Ar3;
tlie 'IStli 3l'-oliriiiiryAI!W:i,yfoi-;.;iAlicenscS|;ojiciilAy
tiinber.on.lIei-Ui .\o.::rai. comprising l.lio'-.-Nbrlli};���:���.*
West; iiuiu-tei-yof ;Seclioii.'3.-'li.y the.; NorUienstA':
t|iiartcr.-'.'or;'-Sc>ctl<>ii,".--.27.31��uiilv-c".t-Ii6'-AKn.'5L':y--Miiiir.;i--!--"
iil'i'SeeUbnr.'Ii: Tovviiship" ���-':>,': I'fi fine: lyyVVestof 1 ������;'������
the lil,li;;Aloi-iiliiiii,';;coiiUiliiiii(;.:iui,;'iii-eii.;bfL;uiio''-,--A:
si|iiaro mile; iiiore in- lossy,;A;a;3a;;A:'A;f3 A33yy;yy
���'A.TIi'b3i-CKiiliil.i(iiis,.ilii(lerwliicii'iiiVlibiMis'e'::.will'''.A'
be is3sued,' also; 'printed form of I eiiile'i-iind en133; '���
volfipc-iin .V bocililaiiicil 3at,:Lliis IJb|iiirLiiiunt oi- A -3
nl lhe,;ollicb; ofyl.lie Grown' 'I'iiiibir-VAjjciiitint;i S
���Now. Westminster: ''A-AAAyA ; "- y yvyyAyiyA:;
3: Kaeli teiiiler hiiisl.bb .iie-cbiiiiiiinieilj by.iiii no- (A'
cu]il.eif-ehoi|iie:oii -nycliiirteL-e(l:.tiaiil:,iii,faA-oii|.y:_W.:
of tlie IJc'piiiy.ofllic:Minister 3bl';; lhiv:tiilci'ii,ivA
foi-Iheaiiioiliit b[ the���l)(iniis:;;vvhieh ji lio _;i ji]ili-A'i"-
chilli-Is-prepared lo piiy.for.a:li<��iisi'. AyAyAAAA
: No tender byylelet'i-npli vvill'lie c'iiterlaiifeil'.3 3;::A
".iiyA"'i'iASlAAlA;A'KUI^KAA' lA*K:AA3 A"
^...;_.,.,.-���.������.. r:I......,,.. .......;,...,.-..��� y ���,-,-:;-���. :--.-acci'eliu-y::A"yT
Dopm-Lincnf of Ibe Interioi-..: A , 3 3. y.;..,,;.Ayyyyyy..
y   Ottiuva, .Iniiimry !Hb, l!K��." '���'���'���'
DOAiYpUAWAWi^
?EIl:;MO:NTH;;WJTHf;
QUICK ADVANCEAA:\-
JI' so leaiii'teli'gi'iipliy. y
ThcGil.'. It. i'iigageil aiuiflier; i'it-
'-,��� man's-  Oolb-ge'  graiinati;;irit'������'ji05.
. per iiicuilh." '*; ,.   A.
(iiood qiiei-iitoi'sin;demand.:.������ ���������������
College spccirillyfil.Lcd. with''iiiill'ru-
l.iiienls.   .."��� - ;.   '.'.;'.���       '.' ...       ���'���.'.".-'
Hegin at, once,    (jonslfiiily |ii'uci.ice.
K<"'8���Monthly.    ' i
Mini,"!PiitilTia?"1,s ,B^,siness College.
Opposite Hotel Vancouver.      "A
TAX NOTICE:
-.'���. Ni.iUee is lierbl.'y yiven, ;in .iiccoiilnnce'Willi
UieijtaUites. that I'l-ovineiiilitevenue Tax, and
nil assessed.Tuxes' and lucrum! '.'iVix, assessed
and levied under llio As.-ossnienf .Act anil
amendiniails. lire nbvv'iliiu and pavabio for the
.vein- IllOil.-.AIIytaxns' ciilleel.ilili! I'ui-llie 1,'evel-
stiike As-i.'ssiueul, lllsli'iclr are iliiemiil payable
al, my olllee, sitiinle al. .Court .House, l.'evel-
sl.ikc; 'I'liis nol.ii.-i.', in teruis nf lii.w,isei|iiii'ii.
lent l.ii a personal .ileiiiand. by ine upon'nil
liersons Unfile iii.laxi.'S. -
A  KltKI) KIJASKIt,     A
Asssessiiriind Collcelcir, A
���     .   Itevelslol.-i! Assessinent PistrieL "
, Ituvelstoko Post Olllee. 3 3
liliilcd ul. l.'uvel.sLoke.'IS. (.'..',''.
������... .laiiuary illli, Itlit'.:-'-,.--��� A..,���.'.���: :.y,y
ARROWHEAD.
\> is are called   tor   tlie purchase'
building   formerly    used   as a
gai'leii.    and    situated    on    the
grounds.    The proceed.-   will be
I .'i:
of th"
'kiiifle-r
school
(isvbti.'d to a i\im\ for the purclia.-e of a
mn-ical   iiistriiinciit    for   the   school.'
Tenders close on Feb. 'lUth aiid should
be addre-j.-ed to    Mis.    II. X, Coursier. ;
flu Snttii'day night, a mud ChiinVuian I
atliicked two of his   eytiiilrymen   with !
au   iixe   iit   Clanvvillialii and fractured
tin- skull of one in two places.     Cliiei".
' Jiiiin. C"iistnb|i'   Shaw   and   Dr. Cros-
v,,-i-,t. to thi'scene, bringing   the   niad-
m.ii,    In   gaol nnd the injured man lo
Iiii' !i'.,-jii(al, but lie is  not exp'jclcd to
rr-.-over.
! Arrangements arc being made to
hold a world's fair aly.Hf. Louis iie.xl;
year.   '
The Limber sinking excitement has
,-prend In Fish Greek and men have
been on tho-run there tho past fortnight looking fop timber.
.Theodore Lndgate has at length
succeeded in gelling Dc.'idman'H
Island and will erect the biggest saw
anil planing mills in (lie west, employing oOO liieu. A big (lour mill
will also be creeled. The cnlerprise
involves   an  expeudil lire of .f 1.0(10,011(1,
Subscribe  SOW for the Mail.
tin; new corn'pressor for tho   Xet.tk-
I/.' last Atigtist ar rl isn,,-,v al.   work  on-
the .Cup com pressor. j
.    '.     The   dej.iitatiot'i    vvhicby  '.v:t.-.*/    to |
; | Ottawa in   the   iiuere-;t..i 'of silver-lead j
j milling; r.porfs ministers admitted tin-;
! condition f.f  the    nllv.-r-A.-ad    iinluslry j
; was .i.ini'(.'io i.ti'fl thiit sf//iic!bif,g  would!
| ha .'-.(,, ],,. fioite in grao"; it better pro- j
I teetion. J
nay,:     The Colooi-t.-ay--    "The boundary j
left on Wednesday ,|o visit his parents [ district of brir.ish   (Jolnmbia   produce's | |,)(|.;
in   \'ancouvei-. A j the lowest grade ores in ' the   province, j
Mr. Tiiylor, |>urser sleaiiiei'Hossluiid,.; I'nriiig tho year J'102 it produced  o',er'j
returned from bis  trip   ea 4 HaturdayA o"",0'IO tons of ore, ;,ndAye venture   lor
0f    a ,.������,���.! ,r    ,.,., '.,t!say   Ibal,   lhe   iVitui ci.ntril.iiLioi'i of.fill
WANTED
fjiiArriu/itioiiV/A \pmim
Mi
l-'r,mi our own ('orr,'.,-,,,,
I'lll-vis.    of    stciinier
-lent.
KooP
F. H. TOnrtlNGTOfi, Musical Director.
: HIGHEST  "MUSICAL   EDUCATION.
KxAMI.VATKiNs.--,Manitoba,  the  Ter-
i'iioiii's   and   ,lii-iti-.h   (,'olmuliiii,   .liilv,
Heiu.l lor.('iiL'iidar and .Syllnlius,
, iiiarul II IViiilii'<,keA-l,.i Tiu-onl.o.
aylor,
A rrowhend',    returned i
last week
Messrs. Trusslcr nnd Wiiliairis htivc
;i. gang of men hauling logs for Mi-.
Taylor's mill opposite Arrowhead. ;r
METAL  MARKET.
Copper, New Vork, eleelrolyl ie 12
In \'1\: Loudon .t;"2:irm,
Leiiil���New York, Sf-i.Oi'i lo 1(11,10;
London, Xl I  12s fid I.o X I I. bin !M.
thai,   country    to the
provh.ee, I bi'oogli I.Ik-
tiie    mines    in
revenue   of   t!,,
two percent, lax, was under $2,".(Hi,
LFKH THAN   ON Iv.llA LF  OF   ONK
COAL
Kil
-New York,-171
GOOD, GLEAN
DOMESTIC
LEWIS: BROS.
Vour patronage Noliciled.
UNION
..CIGAR FACTORY..
Ii K A M D S ^^-""^wto^Sj.
'���Our Special" & "The Union.',
:     H. A. BROWN PROP.
REVELSTOKE,     -     -    B. .C
TUANTKI);:KNOWN��� Five roomed
Vv    '..lioiisi! rind I'm uislied l'oom.s ncii'
stalioii to let.   Ap|ilyjt(i It, T.-ippiug,
\"V7"ANT TO J'lJKCIlASI'L,South
M      Al'ricaii   land  .se-rip.    Apply  to
Kootenay Mail oflico,  Hi.'yelslcike. .'���
WANTI'll) TO .SltlLL-Tvvo, houses
nnd lots at rising town of Camborne: enc'li propei lyi'will let i'or $15 a
.iiicintli: price on eacli propertyi $*iU0.
For particulars apply ill, o/llcu of Kootenay iMnil. ���.���������-'���
WANT TO SFLL-Oiu; of the licst
lintels iii ICiiolenav; good iiian
'win cleat ijiiVHIO a year. I'\ir parficiilai-s
npply at oWcc of Ivooteiiay Mail.
��� .START A I'AVING BUS IN liSS.-
Hecoine iiide|)eiideiil nilcl lie your own
MOSS.' A. new mail 'order business,
can lie eonductcd by anyone, any-
vvhere; .$lfi to $.'(0 jx'iv vvr'ek easily.
Kiicloso stamp I'oi- jiarticuliirs of our
marvellously successl'iil plan. Md.
Leonard, Dimdas, Out. ���
Teiuleirs-RiiAaiiLiccnseltoACiitiTiiiiberA
a"oniDominioiii Laiiflsi'in;:theAiv-iAAA
AAyinceAdf;'^
QKA LKl)'I'lCNIlKltS aitiliAi'il ie llie'i'iiiiliei'A
O'.iiii.l   .Mines .llraneli.   I.lep.-irimeiil... of   the A
Inli.'i'iiii-iinil'niiirkeil on U lie envel,,|ie -'I'einlei  ���:
I'or 'I'imbei- llerlli Xo, '.':i!l," In lie ii()(-iieil oil  (Iii;
illli February   iie.\l,-will   be  i-i'ixlvoil al Ibis   '
lleiiiirlmenl. iitil.il   iiiiuu Weilhesil.-iy,  Hie ili.li ,:..���
l-eliriinry, Itlllit I'm. a'lleensi!   In   eill. I.imbi'i-nil   3
llerMi No. Hill, sitiinie in liie Province of Hrllislr
Columbia on Uie  Kiislerly  siile   iil'.llie 1 leaver ���'.
Itlver. eiiiiimeneint'iit n  point  oii yiilil Itiver'.' ';
miles upstream, in ilireel, ilistniiee. from where'
said' itiver  is.'inlerseeleil   bv   llio.il'ppcr  or
.Soiillierii bounitary of.'l'.  It. .10, lilocl; I, buliifc'.'-. 3
the upper lioiimlai-.v of  'I'.   II.   :v.i&,  ilioneeiuii   '
sLreain Ii miles in ilireel, ilisliuice vvitli a iloplli .
of I mileon the   K.-isl.erly side  of snid   Itiver,   ���'
eoiilaiuingan area of .'i siuiare   miles, ninrooi-
less..    - A... A .v.-        ���::���.-      .-...'	
.������'"'lie i-eKiilafions under vvliieb a lioense vvill be
issiieil.'also in-iated fiirni of lenilei- and envelope, may be obtained i.t'tbisDepartment, unit   :
flieolliee of llio Crown  Timber: Agent at -Now
Wesliuinster. '",���'���
. .JOiiuli lender iiuisl, be aeeomiiiiiiied  by an ne-
eepled eliei|iie on a chartered  bunk in .favour
of tlie JJopul.y of 1 lie; iWinistcr of Hie Inleriory-
for the;amount of tho  bonus  vvliieii Hie* apple ,,
cant is prepared lo pay for a license.' ���':   A   A:
No tender by (ok'h'raph vvill be enlei'taineil.
PKItLKV.CI. KKVKS, ;,;,
,y f-eeretaryi
IJeiiartincnf of Hie Interior.'
Ottawa, .laiiuary, I7l.li, ltliU!.
5A?
"%ri-
FOR SALE
Dry Fir and Birch
(.'nt by maehiiieiy lo required si/,e.
All orders lull a I. W. ,M. Lawrence's
or the Koot.en.-i v Mail ollit-o will receive
prompt attention.
W. FLE.MING,
Tenders for a: License lo Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
QKA LKlt TKNDKItS addressed to lhe Tim-
IJ. beriind Mines llraneli, Depai-tmenl, of. Hie
Interior, and marked on Hie envelope '-Tender
I'm- Timber liot-Lli No. IKS," to bu opened on lhe'
2'il.h t'eliruary next, will be reeeived at, Ibis
Ileparlinent. until noon on Wedne-dny, l.liu -.ilh
Kebruai-y: l!K).'), for a license In cut iiiiibei-cn
llerlli No. IKS.,situated in Hie Province of Urlt-
isli C'oliiiiiliiii.Joii tlie .I'.aslerlysidu of the Heaver
liver, eoiiiiiieiiciiig at. Hie iiitei-secl.imi of Hie
Heaver Itiver by lho (Jprici-or Houtliern bouinl-
arv of 'I'. I!. 10, .Hlnek I, tlieneuup si mini 'l miles
in ilireel, dislanei! Willi a detilb of I mile on tlie
easterly side of said Itiver, euntainiiiK mi urea
of '1 sipiare miles, more or less.
Tlie regulations under which a lieen-e will lie
issued, also printed form ol' tender and envelope, may be obtained at this lii'partmi'iil. nr
al, the olllee of the Urovvn Timber AmuiI, at
New VVesliniiisler.
Kneh tiaidei-inu-l he iieeoinp.-inieil in aiiai--
eeiileil ebi-(|iii! mi n idiiii'lereil bunk in I'livmii' nf
Hie llepiilyuf I.he Jlini-ilc'r nt 11,... Interim-, fm-
Hieamoiinl ol lhe bonus which lhe iipplinim, is
preiiiired tu liny fur a iiei'iis,'.
No leader by Iclc-io-apli will lie e'lilei'liiiiied
I'KltLKV (.;, K|.;y|,:.��
Ilci'|i:irliii(!iil of the Interior.
Olliivva, .Inniiiii-y I7lh, Ilki'l,
iSecrotary.

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