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 A'  -���������'/'*(?���������.  (������H  '-r    -.1 /  FOR MEN,- .  Finest Cnshinerc Sockfi 0 CO  "Extra. Iioij-vy wool do.   ........ 0 50  I {est.' qijalitj-  ShetliXtid "wool  Underwear, por suit 4 25  Fin4-r. liatl vvool "       .". 4 00  Brace's, per p.iir, 30c. and 40c. ;  -:o:  The English Trading Co.  ���������>;-- -.--'.���������  'VL.Lw.^  *������������������*  FOR  LADIES���������  ljcavy wool UniVr-kiiL-  ICxtivili'v} (Jasliiiicre.Siocl.iii2  Iliauy n<n. wool Umlcrvcsis..  Tuni o'.SIuiiU-r-i, ZJte.. ami 7,vj.  Tjiued Kid Gloves, fur cuffe...  Unlir.ed do., 75<j. and SLOG.  ��������� \'f-  1 23  :o:-  riie English Trading, Ca  Vol. 1.���������No. 47.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., MARCH 2, 1895.  $2.00 a Year.  FURS  >  ETC.  SHIP  YOUK  HIDES, PELTS, WOOL,  to jas. McMillan & oo.,  IXCOKrOKATEl). ' r  202-212 First Avenue North,  Goods bought right out;  no commission      Shipping tags luralshecl free upon recharged. * Thcro 13 NO DUTY on Kaw Furs or any  Fair selection; 'immediate returns. other goods wo handle.  SX?r Write for Circular giving Latest Market Prices."^  A.H. HOLDICH,  .     ' OF SWANSEA AND WIG AN, ���������    .   '*  Analytical Chemist and-Assayer,  ? .*'-,���������  *    ���������  Accurate assays .'made'of all kinds of minerals, water,, raiik, etel  I''  I'  Kootenay Lod&o  No. 15 A.F.&A.M.  Tlie regular moeUnxd  are held in lhe Mas-  unicTemplu.Hoii rue's  .    ��������� Hall,   on   the   third  .-  j&3== Moii<1 ftv   in   sauh  -V^^sgjinonlli1 at   8   p.   m.  ���������=���������"   Vi*-itinii    brclhron  loniia'.Iy weluouird.  V. CllAGE. Secbktahv.  REVELSTOKE   LODGE,   I. O. 0. F.  v. m:h':.ian"  llejrul.ir mcoMna> arc held  in Oddfellows' Hull every  Thursday nit*;lit, at cirfht  ���������>'oloek. Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed.  A. STONE, Sec.  "W. A JOWETT,  KIJflNC- ANB REAL ESTATE BKOKSR,  NELSON, B. C.'' '/\  I.Jt.iNleau &; Siocan Prospects Wantod.  '     ���������  "  -  GUY   SARBER,  WATCHMAKER. AKX> JEWF.T.T.F.B.  Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.  **        f   REVELSTOKE, B. C.     -!������������������--.  -  FURNITURE,  ? Sashes & Blinds.  WAN'TKD���������Pushing Canvasser of good ad-  dii}*-5. Lilir-i-.tl salary and c*ciicii<i������s iJCiiri  weekly. Puriunaoiii, position. illtO\VjST UUOS.  CO., Nurserymen, Portland, Oregon.  A. McNEIL,  BjYBBEK. SJiOI������ AN������ 3ATK ROOXE,  Front Street, Uevelstoke.  Haircut, 25c;  Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  ���������    Tickets for $1.00.  R. S.  MERCHANT  ll  .SON,  TAILOR,  Revelstoke Station.  First-eiass' Material kept in stock and  First-rdass Workmen employed.  Boor   :o:  R. HOWSON,  BEVELSTOXE. .  COFFINS ��������� CAllllIED   IN STOCK.  HALCYON -SPRINGS HOTEL,"  , .ARROW  LAKE,  IS now open, at those celebrated hot'  springs, to:- the accommodation of  guests. Rates SI.50 to $2.50 per day.,  Baths 25c. each, or five for SI. Special  rates to families or by the month can  be arranged. 'A' ..   , ._  DAWSON,. CRADpOCK & CO.  A.1I   placer  claims   in   this   District,  legal I v held mav be laid over from the  15th October, 1S!H, to the 1st June, 1895.  *N. FITZSTUBBS, '  v Gold Commistfio'iier.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., '  ���������fi;h October,'189*1.  AGKNT KOK SIKGKK SIEVING MACWINKS.  General Blacksmith.  JAS.'MoMAHQN,  REVELSTOKE, U.C.  Repairs to Wagons, &c.  ,  Shoeing a'Speeialfcj-.  BUILDER.   ���������  ' .Will figure on all kinds of  Buildings ; all kinds of House,  Store and Office Furniture repaired or made to order; all  kinds of Shoptpqrk . in 'iny U>/<>  neatly aud promptly executed by  skilled and experienced .hand.,  GO TO THE WOOD BUTCHER  KOK YOl/li  Norwegian Snowshoes,  Toboggans'& Sleighs.  .    ,.���������������������������.....    .... ������������������ H  Manufacturer of all kinds ol  Furniture.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ROYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEAPEST routcto tho OLD COUNTH.Y.  Proposed Sailings irom Montreal.  ALLAN' LINE.  Numioian Kov.   :���������!  PAttisr.vjf Kov. 10  Mongolian Nov. 17  DOMINION  LINK.  TOIION'TO Oct..  2"  Vaxcoovkk Nov.  8  OltliOON Nov. 10  Cabin $*.>, 8.50, ������(W); $70, SSO luid upwards.  Internivdiatu ?M; Staorapre -������20.  I'asscriKcrH ticketed > through to nil purls of  Grout Britain and Ireland, nn>l nt specially low  rales to all jiarts of the Kuropcan continent.  Apply to nearest Rtenmsliip or railway ni;cnt.to  I. T.BRSWSTER. Agent, ttovclotoko,  Kr.Kii,' Gen. l'ahtcnger Asont  ��������� The Struggle fop Free Silvep.  **. ,  'English Liberals Anxious for Another  Monetary Conference."  Sir William, Harcomt, Government  leader in'Llie House of Commons, has  been privately approached by several  Liberals of hi-metallic tendencies with  regard to the calling of the new monetary conference, and he has intimated  that his opinion ,is unchanged in the  matter, lie is convinced that another  conference would be as Tutile as (he  liu?c one, and is not disposed to countenance any such action. Despite this  discouragement;, however, the Parlia-  nienUiry Committee of the JJi-iimUillic  League held a meeting and decided to  issiicFa strong whip e;nbracing meiii-  b������s of every section, inviting their  presence in the House, on the occasion  of the introduction of Mr. Everett's  measure on Tuesday. ''The motion, of  which Wwce was given on Wednesday,  has been somewhat modified,.aud now.  reads as follows:  "Resolved, that the House regards  with i.iereasing apprehension the growing'divergence between the, values of  gcild and silver, and heartily,concurs in  tho recent expression of opinion of tbe  Governments oi* France-nud Germany  in regard to the serious evils arising  there!rain. The House therefore urges  the Goveriiment to co-operate with  the Powers in the calling of an international conference.'* ,  If'Mr.'.Balfour has sufficiently recovered to resume h'is seat he will support the motion. The bi-mefcallists do  not expect to be able to shake the  resolution of tlie. Government, but tliey.  aim at making tlie debate ".and the'  division thereon election factors in the  League's propaganda, to which ������50,000  has already been subscribed; The result has beon the wholesale adhesion  to bi-raetailism of a number of populous centres which hitherto opposed  the system or remained neutral. Bimetallism is not a subject upon which  tlie minds of,the British populace can  be induced to understand that their  interests ' are affected, but business  men all over are more moved in tho  matter than they havo been at any  period, and are reported to be joining  the. ranks of the ,bi-mer.al)ists in great  numbers. The Conservative party is.  liiueh more favorable to silver than the  Liberal party, .arid great hopes are en-*  tertained that" if the Conservatives go  back lo power at the next election the  bi-metiillists will receive, some consideration. The Cabinet, js solidly mono-  'metailie, but if Germany initiates an  international confeieucc England will  send delegates to Berlin. In tlie meantime there is a growing conviction in  the minds of the ministers that Ger-  manywill not suggest a .conference.  the question. Saxony, as .a silver-  producing country, is for bi-metallism.  Bavaria .is a staunch monometallist.  MorecWer, the-present Imperial. currency, is. entirely satisfactory .to the  German commercial world.- The pubr  lie'disjtike the silver thaler.. .The banks  have often-.tried to. circulate- larger  quantities.of silvar thaleis, of which  we hold',2,000,000,000 in the.vaults of  the Reichsbank,'but the coins have  been returned to their coffers almost  as rapidly as they were sent put." .,  - As--the United States, are especially  interested in the rehabilitation of silvet  Dr. Koch suggested that they might  simply continue the Brussels .conference, which was never formallyrclosed.  i Will Run a Silver Man for President.'  , Silver Dollar Bland in* an interview  at: Washington last week-declared that  the free silver men intended to get together aad nominate a free coinage  man for president in the next campaign.  He said r.he money question would be  - the onlyjssu'e in the next pi-esidential  election.  or to RoitKitT  Wimiipt'K:  >1NE   UniOLSTERlNG   WORK  Old Furniture Renewed  . In .First-class Style.  E.'PICARD, Revelstoke, B.C.  THE REVELSTOKE PHARMACY.  NKW   STOCK   OF  STATIONERY & FANCY GOODS.  The New TOILET SOAP,  SIX TAI'-UCTW   POP  2'>c.  'W;ii(. for (lie nutico le^ai'diiig llio new  (Jirciil.iliujr Lihr.-iry at  .     t. '.'.-I, I.     ,   I L    I   ~ . S '      ,1   ..     '   '   ,. .      ,1  Tin-:  BESTAND.CHEAPESTROUTE  * i '    '' * ���������  TO   AXI)   YliOM  All Eastern Points.  ThroiiKli Kiwi Chum .Sliicpliifir Curs iiiul Tourist  Bluuplm; Cais io St. I'.iul, Montreal-mil Toronto  without, chiuiKC.  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  Atlantic KxproiH arrlvos   !I:I.j tluily.  1'itcilic " "        Hi:2.5   "  Kok full  apply to  Information as to ruU-1-*. lime, ct������.,  I. T.   lircwstr.r,  " Agout," Kevelr.toke.  GKO. McU. nROWST.  Iii^l.riol. I'u*.  Kit Agent,,  Vancouver. B.C.  COPYRIGHTS.  CAN I  OBTAIN  A   PATKNT-f    Por a  ' prompt ansa-or and an honcKt opinion. Trite to  1>IUNN vfc CO., who linvc hnii ncarlv-flflj* Tf.ar3'  oxperirnce In tha put ont 1)Uhiiioh*"J ' lommunlci-  Umu utrlctly omtlil.-nUiiI. A ilnmlliouU of In-  ���������Tormutloii concrnlni*: r.itoiHM oikI how to obtain them Hunt froo. Also n cntnloyuo of iueclinn-  Jc-il nnd ncicnt llio boole* xent fret-.  l'nt.mts tnkon ttiroH^li Munn * Co. rewlro  opueiul Iirttloolntbu Sriruclllo Ainrrlrnii. .ir.,1  tliuo aro tirouulit wM.jly bi-foro thi> p.jiiilo with-  out cniit to the InToutor. 'llit.i cnl.MKll.l n.ipor,  iMiiod w.-ckly. clreniil ly lllti'tnit<������l. lias l"r f.ir ll-o  Inrcost olrctjlollnu ')f nr.r uclciitlUc worn In tilt!  world,  ti.'l a yi'ftr.   Faiiii-ln cojilvs ?cnt frci1.  Ilullitlnj Killtluii. ninntlilv, ?...*i0.*i jo-.r. ^'nttlc  cviplns, 4i,> ronte. Kvory ihiu-Imt oontnln-i tjc.iu  tlful pl.td"-, in colors, r.n.i pliolOKr.ipli.-- of iiff  lion*-,*^. Mill, pltin^. '-TmMIn**: l.ull.lnr-, T,*. ^l-.jr- (Jt^  ��������� il,-,. ,1,-* i,u- ,-��������� nr.tl -.t1' . .-   .. . *, -i. I-,.  MUZX 0LCl.i��������� y.LW \i,i:k, .<������!'   >*  German Chamber of Commerce Adheres  *  *"     to the Gold Standard. '     f'  The general assembly of the German  Chamber of Commerce has adopted a  resolution declaring its ndherence lo  the single standard monetary system,  and regretting the adoption of the bimetallic proposal hy the Reichstag and  assorting that the whole economic  system of Germany will be injured by  a change in. tbe "present* monetary,  system.  , In Berlin a powerful bi-metallic  league hits been formed, but other wise  the whole agitation has produced  not hing tuot.e than a flood of talk. All  the big silver men of the empire have  been-heie and are moving heaven and  earth to eouvert.%the Government to  their cause. In an interview with thei  United Press'correspondent Dr. Arendt  says: . "I know .lhat-the Governmeut  will not act in a hurry. The silver men  do not desire ha������te- in this matter hoc  wouldthey press, forward too rapidly  ���������the- negotiations-, foi ,-tho conference.  ���������They arecontont'-for. the present* \vi(h  the moral victory which they mean Lo  turn to full account. -The Govern-  tnent's first step'will be to sound Ifrance  and arrange a cordial cnteii,lv *���������* t-liii  basis of the confetence. ���������Premier.lti-  bo'tV recent utteiiiiiees on- the silver  question are, of the greatest importance  as he too]*: care to say-that his vie.ws  harmonised with those of M. Hanolaux,  the -Minister of Foreign" Afl'airfe, through  whom the understanding1 could easily  be obtained."  Dr. Are-ndi. said tliat if Germany and  Fiance move together England tnu*-t,  fall in line. "If the Conservatives  come into po\Ver in-London," lie. said,  "we can count on them to join us and  get the currency right." lie is hopeful  that even'the Liberals .would not refuse fn't'.ntei a conference, as he knows  Count Bismarck 'n.-i.s letters from Lord  Itoseiiet-y expressing sympathy with  the bi-nietalli-j'ts. In closing the interview Dr. Arendt remarked : " The  German silver--men wish to avoid Hie  mi-lake made by the United Siat.es in  calling tlie Brussels conference without a clear piogr.untuc as the definite  hasi.-, of negotiations.*1  Pr. Koch, Governor of the Kciclis-  k'Uik.   said :    " .Vi.'KT'iciiis    tiiusl,   nut  .'AROUND .TRAIL CREEK.    , , \  From the NorthpqrtuVews.    >  -' E. Hildebrand"ha-; sent for several  more team ���������''to haul ote from the Ti-tii  Creek mines to Novtliport.  H. M. JJornll, of Tr.Lil Creek, was in  North port on Saturday, and expresses  himself as being welt pleased with his  location.  The-steamer Lytton, not having at  present any ore to carry from Trail  Landing,tis only running in connection'  with passenger ttains north and south,  and is making two trips a week, to  Northporti where the Illeeillewaet is'  still tiedjip.  B. Hildobrand, wuo has live teamst  hauling ore from Trail Creek, has  transferred his teams from the landing  road to the Northport road, and says  thac while his shoeing bill on the former route ranged from $1.50 to $5 a  'day, not a single horse had,' up to Friday, lost a shoe over the latter.  Lo Roi Mining Co. has posted notices  .calling for bids for hauliug ore from'  .the mine lo Noithport or Trail Landing, the bids to specify the price per  lion to each place;',also for hauling  'supplies to the mine from each of the  s������,id places. Bids,are -also^asked for  the supply of 1,200 cords* of fir and'  tamarac, also pine and cedar, price per  cord to be specified for ettch. All bids  must be received at the Spokane office  of the company by March 20th.  A hatchet and axe fight occurred at  Rossland"yesterday morning. As uear  as can be made out the trouble was in  connection with the building of a  Chinesc'laundry uextdoor to the pan.y  first assaXdted. After some, high words  had passed one of them picked up a  hatchet and commenced hacking at  the head of the other, who had a broken right arm in a sling. After awhile  the man who had the broken arm got  hold of an axe and hithis assailant a  blow on   the head which knocked him  i.  senseless.'- He then gave the prostrate,  man a terrible cut on the leg, nearly  severing it.' Outsiders then interfered  and. stopped the row. Both men are  seriously injured, audit is thought the  one with" the cut in the leg will die.* ���������  THE LANARK MINING CO.  An Important Decision by the Divisional  Court. - -    '  '- A very important'judgment in regard  to adverse mining claims has just been  given in the Divisional Court, by Mr.'  Justice Crease'and "Mr. Justice "VValktm,  upon the appeal from tiie order of Air.  Justice Walketn ' in McKinnou' 'vs.  Suowden, ordering that the Lauark  Mining Co. be added * as defendants.  ���������The,effect of this decision of the Court  of Appeal is that each party in a ciise  of adverse claim under the. Mineral Act  is obliged to establish a title, the  defendants not being entitled to. succeed in case the plaintiff has' not, crim-  ���������plied with the requirements of the Act',  unless the defendant has himself observed all the formalties" prescribed.  The text of the judgment is as follows :  "The action is brought under Sec. 1-i  of the Mineral Act, 185)2. The plaintiffs  have, filed an adverse claim to the defendant's to certain mining land, alleging that the "defendant was subsequent  in time to them, and in ,*recording-his  claim lie overlapped the, boundaries of  !the ' plaintiff.-*' claim. The defendant  traverses the plaintiffs' allegatioiis'and  sets ii]) that the land recorded by the  plaintiffs was-the property.of the Selkirk Mining Go. by virtue of a Crown  errant from the Dominion Government.*  This grant, is now stated to be the property of the Lanark Mining Co.,'Ltd.,  the parties who have been ordered-to  be added as defendants.  "Under Sec-10 of the Mineral Act,  1S91, a free- niiner can enter any hind  whether occupied or not'to prospect for  gold,'upon complying "with "the statutory provisions, and the land contained  in this Crown grant is subject to this  servitude. Such being the case, are'  they necessary parties 'to this action?  Their rights can only be affected in accordance, with the "provisions of the  statute. - '/'   .  " But the point which is at* issue- in  this action is to decide the right of pbs-'  session to the lan'd claimed by.'.both  parties���������one as against the other. ." In  order to decide this it-will be necessary  to ascertain (1) whether both have coin-  plied with the law, and (2) if both have,  complied with the requirements of the  Act, which has the prior righfin'time.  "And the judgment will be in accordance with the finding.  " We think that whatever rights the  holders of the existing Crown grant  have, they will not be effected,by the  present issue.' In fact those rights  could be easily -safeguarded 'by auy  judgment'which might be rendered.  "On the "second appeal as to the  striking out ,of paragraphs" three arid  four" of bhfi reply-: .-The-plaintiff ought  to' raise 'the question whether or not  the defendant has complied with the  , Ace so as to give him a right to a certificate of ��������� improvement by counter  claim and not by reply. '��������� '       ''���������  '  "The order'will be to allow'th'e appeal in the'first casfe with' costs and in  the second to dismiss the "appeal .with  costs,.with- liberty to the plaintiff to  counter claim against "the defendant  for liori-cbnip'Iianoe with the statutory  requirements.*'  NOTICE OF APPLICATION.  Mr.  Mara Nominated for the Dominion  . '."  .    .. " .  "Parliament....  An enthusiastic ,and representative  meeting of the, electors was held  at Kamloops last Saturday night and  .unanimously endorsed Mr. J. A. Mara's  candidature for. the House of Commons  in the Liberal-iConseryative interest.  A strong local ���������epnimit.toe. was .formed  ���������to meet and conpMlt -wilh -the various  .portions.of tbcdistricl. .   , .  "   Tho War Eagle Mining Co.  Last.week's Gaseite announces the  registration on, February , ISth pf,t|io  War-10,'igle Gold Mining Cq. .(foreign)  of Spokane. Tlie company will operate  at.Trail-Crook and various other.parts  of West.Koolenay.. The. capital sfock ,  .is $.-j0O,(JO0, divided .jnto 500,(XX) .shares  of $1 each. ,    . .    , ...  Iniii'l  -uw.-*-  ��������� (io  v< 11.'  impes on  Impel ml ('  ���������MM! S.,,!.'-,  till  Ileicii-  .ei',iiui.':.I.  jvi(i.>.) on  -: .  ."���������*-.-   Awiil'dud       ���������     -      -     .  Highest Honor*)���������-"World's   Fair  MOST PERFECT- MADE.  A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Free  fror-p Ammonia, Alum or any other adullerant.  40 YEARS THE STANDARD.  Yale-Cariboo Electoral District;.  The new Dominion voiers' list for  the Yale-Cariboo-Kootenay District  gives the total number of voters as  7,7*33, of which tho two largest polling'  divisions are Kamloops .with 497 registered voters, and Vernon with 490.  The constituency, .-which embraces,  East and West Kootenay,. Cariboo and  Yale, is fully large enough to form' a  Province.of itself, and it.will bo almost  an impossibility. for candidates at the  approaching election to make anything  like a thorough canvass of the elector-  ���������ate.'        .    '   *      ,   ���������  Another. DiYidendrPAying Mine. '.  Midway Advatuse': The Cariboo Mining, Co., of Camp McKinney, paid a  dividend'...of $8,006 oil February IS.  This is the first dividend on the shares  of this cpuipany, and considering the  great amount of expense they have  .been put to in the shape of improvements around the mine since it started,  some, ten months ago, and'also co'n-  sidering'tlie fact Unit afi'er [laying this  divideud they have' a'large surplus "of  ' funds] on hand, all "will agree'that it  .speaks volumes for' the management,  and giv.es t.() other mining men a fore-  lasteof what may be done in some'of  pur camps hy energy well directed.  t ������-.��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������������������a  ���������^���������1 ������������������       - .*���������  Why the Newspaper Man is Always  '   ''"      :'.' Broke."  A newspaper is maintained and published hy the co-oporation of each ^subscriber. The importance of prompt  4-t.ayme11t.is illu-slrated b'y the following:  , |3y way, of comparison, let. us'stipposo  ii farmer raisus one thousand bushels  of wheat a year and sells this U> a  thousand persons .in all parts of the  country, ii great portion of them --"Lying : " 1 will hand you a' dollar in a  short time." The lariuer does not. wan';  to appear small and says : " All right."  Soon the thousand bushels are gone  but he has nothing to show for it, and  then he realizes ,that ho has fooled  away his whole crop and the value is  due him in lit,t ledi il.leis; consequent] v  lie is seriously embarrassed in his business because" his debtors, each owing  him one dollar, treat it as a small  matter and think it, would not help  much.  Ooul irmo this kind of business year  in and year out ah the publisher dues,  bow long would lie Maud il ? A  miuiieiit's thought, would convince any  one tliat a publisher has c-niai' for pre-  sjst/'n) iJimniiiir.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that  application will lie made to,the  Parliament of Canada, at the next session.thereof, for an Act to. incorporate  a Company for the purpose of'constructing, equipping, maintaining and  operating a line of railway to run from  a point at or ne.ar.thj? mines knowi; a-������  the "Trail Creek mines,'" iri tlie District  of Kootenay, iu the Province of British  Columbia, t^> some point as near ������������  practicable to the junction of Trail  Creek and the Columbia River, in the  said District of Kootenay,. with power  to construct, equip, maintain and operate branch'linos ; and also LOt-onstruct  and operate telegraph ,and telephone,  lines iu connection with the said railway, together with the usual powers to  acquire lauds, privileges, bonuses," or  aids from the Dominion ov Provincial-  Governments, aud Ui make trallic and, ���������  other arrangements with railway..'  steamboat'and other companies,'and  for' nil other usual and - necessary  powers, rights and privileges.  Dated at/ Vancouver,!this 11th day of  January, A.D.' 181)3.  . DAVIS, MARSHALL,,     -   -  -MACNEILL & ABBOTT.,,  ' Solicitors for A'ppUca/ntK.  THE BRITISH'PACIFIC-RAILWAY. ,  They Have Made a Beginning.  - The return .asked for,by Mr. Senilin,  respecting thp commencement of work  on the Canada  Western Central Rail- -  way states that the amount of money *  exponded  was 5j>2o,500.     The*- plans of  the survey were filed in tho registry  office,on Nov". 16,'lSWl, and comprised'  two sections���������one, the Campbell River  section, -.covering   the. .distance  from  station 0 to 15S;.tho other, the Menzies ,  Bay section; coyering that from station*--  0 to 105. Engineer McKay, in charge  of the' work, duly certifies that the.  clearing of the right of. \vay .was commenced 611 July. 2S, JSOj.^on lot 120,  Sayward district, Vancouver. Island,  and that tho grading ��������� was .'commenced  on July 30, on lot 130, Say ward district, >  and at station! 40 of -the* main  lino  of*  itiie railway. . - ������������������  1  -^ ^-������.  "     ��������� *.The C.P.R."Dividend.    ,     ' ������������������  I At a rneetiug of-'thd directors of the  j Canadian Pacific" Railway-.Co. at Mont-*  .real "last" Saturday n������������������half-yearly divi-  'dendof.2' per-cent, on' the preference-  I stock was declared, but-in' view of-the.-  continued "and unexpectedly huge decrease in' earnings'-aud the advisability  of maintaining as strong./a positiou as  possible during this period.of un wonted  depression in business, 'the board* decided that it would not be prudent to  pay any dividend oil the 'ordinary  shares'for the last half of lStJ-1.    -:   .. ���������*  An Ubiquitous Drummer.  " Fred. Chilcott, traveller for ���������Thompson, Codville & Co., Winnipeg, is about  leaving on one of his periodical business  trips'to the Kootenay district, inc.lud-  ing'Nelson, New Denver, Three Forks';  etc^ 'Mr: Chilcott' is the pioneer ex--  plore'r foi business in this region ; and  it is said that he often followed the  prospectors, and when a new camp was  started, 'the business men who came to  establish' stores found liiui waiting to  take their orders. ��������� '   '  ..      A Too" Sensitive Judge.  ��������� - At Victoria,' last- week,-Mr. Justice  .Crease sentenced John Simpson and  Peter Nelson tb "five years' imprisoti-  inent" for'robbery"of a bonded wate-  h'ousc at "tlie outer wharf. As they  were leaving the dock, Simpson said :  "Thank you, sir," which was intor-  pr'eied as contempt,, and ho t\vag  brought back and given three years  additional���������a year for each word.  Will Knock Out Wilson and Yorko.  The public must ho getting somewhat  tired of these "round (he world without a cent'' trips which havo become  so coinmon of late. The newest aspirant foi this particular honor i.s n little  ���������AI al lose cat, which lia-.ju.-it been st-aru-d  on a voy.-ige around the world bv some  bright, genius at Minneapolis. The cat  bears a tag attached ��������� to a' cord, around  her neek which U'llb the story thus:  "Came on board at Minneapolis on my  trip around the world. Please take the  bostcar-o of your passenger, via Boston,  thence to New York steamer.���������Kitty."  From Minneapolis "Kitty" came over  tbe"Soo" lino to Montreal, then via  tlie. Boston k- Maine to Boston. She  left Boston win the Hartford R-ailwuy  imd the Fall River line of steamer:*,.  When she arrives in New York she  will be transferred to .some ocean  slon mull ip.  Judge s3ole h.-w left Ottawa for a  shoil visit to Oshawa.  The fishing seas-ut for salmon ai������3  sturgeon commenced yesterday, and  fishermen on the I-Y.is<*r were anxiui.s  to get to work thy moment tiie lav.-  al lowed.  New Westminster Co!mi/tiinn, Feb.  JO : Capt. Troup returned to Kuotemn  to-day'. Jle is well km.wn on ti;'.1  Fr.iscr ]1i\er. inning na-ugatoc- tSr,  str. Kit hot li-iin \7i(.!oiij *o Yale sum-,  ton or two I to \oais ������!.���������'���������, <u,<! n!*'> c..;n  ui.'.ii'icd fur a Mil1*; t.'j.1 lj". ing -- -  Y'l-e.'/.'s'i'. PAGE %  THE KOOTENAY IvIAI L.  A SUCCESSFUL PROTEST,  AGAINST THE LO.W RATE OF WAGES  INTRODUCED BY MR. GAMBLE.  ��������� MR/MARA SPEAKS OUT MANFULLY.  A mooting of the working men of  Revelstoke was held in Peterson's Hall  on Thursday afternoon for the purpose  of laying before Mi. Mara, M.P., their  ; ' grievance as to the low rate of wages  paid on the-Government work now  under progress. ' There was a very  large attendance and the interest taken  in the question was evidently very-  keen. Mr.. Dickie was voted to the  chair.  Mr. Mara expressed his pleasure at  being present, but said he was sorry to'  see so many out of work ; he would  ���������willingly listen to, anything they had  to, bring before'him.  "The Chairman suggested that someone should lay a definite, statcipent  before Mr. Mat a.        , ���������'���������    ,���������   ���������  Mr.  W. M. Brown  then   addressed  the meeting.   He said the wages ques-  ��������� tion  was a  mystery  to  him.; nobody  seemed  to know'exactly who was to  . ���������blame.,  lie!asked Mr. Mara who.was  responsible for the  cut in*wages, and  hoped   anyone   who   knew , anything  r bearing on  the question  would  come  "   ���������  forward.   When the low rate of wages  ($1.50 per day) was lirst announced, he  suggested that a deputation of business.  nienJof=tGf^wtf^slioul(ii:Tidilress  "Mr.  Gamble on the subject, but no single  business man would join with him in  this.    lie was quite satisfied Mr. Mara  ,   did not, originate the  idea of the cut in  wages. ,, ,    ���������  Mr. E. "Adair quite agreeed with Mr.  Brown's remarks. He could not understand why this town was singled out  for such a large cut in Government  wages; He would like to know if  there was a chance of the wages being  ,, raised. There Were many poor ranchers  round here' who would be very glad of  ii little work at this season of the year  ���������if they were paid reasonable wages:  Mr. Mara said he .was very glad to  discuss the question." It had two sides  ���������the Provincial and Dominion. The  ' rivei bank work was puielya Provincial concern, but owing to the damage  caused by, the extraordinarily high  water of last year the Dominion Government had offered to contribute  $5,000 towards the work, if the Provincial Government-would give the same  amount���������tho work to be carried on  under the direction of the,Dominion  authorities. He had been told that  reports had been- circulated to the  effect that he was responsible for the  low rate of wages offered. He wished  ' to distinctly deny having had anything  to do with it, or knowing it before the  ' rate was fixed. Directly he heard of it  he sent to arrange a meeting with Mr.  .Gamble, which took place at Donald.  Mr. Gamble fixed the wages cm his  own responsibility. He said he bail  been led to believe that any. number of,  men could be obtained1 at $1.50 a day,  and he .was anxious to make the money  <��������� go as far as possible. He also thought  that by paying low wages he, would'be  able to employ more men, which would  j.A.Jie^an advantage-to them. Now he  .""(Mr. Mara)-did not agree with that.  ��������� (Applause.) After discussing the niat-  , ter Mr. Gamble told him that wages  would be from $1.75 to $2.25 a day ; so  - that $1.75 would be the lowest rate on  the pay-roll. Mr. Mara was of opinion  that the lowest rate should have been  . $2. (Applause.) He had no wi&h to  lower the rate of wages. ' Ile'thought  that the wages should be $2 a day and  upwards, as he believed .in grading  wages according to work' done. The  .-���������Government .should certainly not set  the example of reducing wages. No  cut had been made in other portions  of the district, Wages elsewhere were  $2, $2.50 and in some cases $3 a day.  The Government should pay the .--ami-  wages as. private employers for the  same quality .of labor. lie might add  that he had nothing whatever to do  with, fixing the rate of watces. The  Dominion Government employed men  in charge of public works who had full  control over all details. He could-no  more dictate to .Mr. Gamble, as to the  ���������wages that should lie paid than he  could tell him how to sot iibout th<*  oiigineering portion of the work; but,  as member for tho district il seemed lo  him that the working men of Uevelstoke bad boon unfairly treated. So  he had spoken, and would again speak,  or write, to Mr. Gamble, and, if ne.es-  sary, to tho Ministoi of Public Works,  Ut obtain the same wages bore as weie  paid in other part-- of the district. Tho  foreman had told him that the men  ���������employed were good workers, and for  the moat part would come on the higher scale of pny. He would bo glad (o  hoar any suggestion, or forward a  petition if the. mooting thought it desirable. He was doing this berause ho'  thought the working men of Uevelstoke were perfectly right in protesting against $1.50 as a fair day's wage.  (Loud applause.)  Mr. II. Tapping said bo had taken no  active part in tho labor question hitherto, but he wished it to'bo understood  that ho was thoroughly in sympathy,  with his fellow workingmen.  Mr. F. Fraser could not, throw much  light on the question, lb: hoped Mr.  .Mara did not.believe the rumor ho bad  : referred to, that he (Mr. Mara) was  responsible for the cut in wages. He.  (th/������, speaker) w;is alxiufc thu  town, a  ,!iong*ht  good deal, but had never hoard .anything , of the kind suggested.- He  .thought business men wore not present  at former meetings because thoy bad  not heard of them in time. If -Mr.  Mara had been notified at once all  trouble and bad fooling would have  been avoided. -Was glad to hear wages  had been raised; would like to see  them $2.50 a day.  Mr. II. N. Coursier said that about a  week ago -there w.-is a,mooting of the  Stieet Lighting Committee, after which  a business man of the town said that  there was an agitation going on about  the waged paid on tho. river bank work,  and- suggested that a'commitj.ee of  businessmen should meet Mr. Gamble  on the subject. lie ('thespoaker).de-  clined to interfere. \n\ tho mat tor,  because ho thouglit the authorities  should spend the appropriation as thoy  thought best; personally ho  $1.50 a-day too little.  The  Chairman  suggested . that   the*  meeting was  perhaps   straying'- from  the point.    When he went  fo, enquire  of the foreman he was told that ipl.M a  day was being paid.  Mr. Coursier would like lo know if  Mr.,Gamble, who* fixed the- rate of  wages, kjiow what the cost of living in  Revelstoke was.     ...  The Chairman did, not. know: but  said lie was credibly informed that Mi:  Gamble had boon (old in the (own that  then could live \s;cil heie on $ 1.50a i!:������y ;  he did not know if thoy couid"������lso pay  their bills on it.'  _ Mr. Hrown referred to tho incident  llFteFHthe meeting spoken oi ,>by Mr.  Coni-sier. lie thouglit overy business  man in the-town should have, come  forward to back up the workingmenV,  protest., Whv should Revelstoke' be  a target foi the Government to  practise wholesale reductions in w.-ufes  on ? If the business men will, not holp  the working men, how long wiil thoy,  have consumers for their goods left,in  the place? He.had had, experience in,  the work, and was sure that the appropriation was ample to fix the bank  iii good.shape and to pay proper wages  for doing it. Ho was boycotted in the  Government work last year, and -the  business men of- the town' wore at the  root of it. He repealed that- he could  ���������see no teason why wages were cut hero  below other points. A  Mr. A. M'. Craig wanted to know why  the wages were cut gown to $1.50 here  '.rhen $3 and $3.50 wore, paid down the  'river? It must havo been by the advice  of the business men .that wages wore  reduced so low. Prospectors at such  wiigi-s could not save enough ih' a  winter's work to pay their .expenses in  the summer. Tbe working men of the  town should find' out ..who ha,d- said  there'were"*lot*j ot men to vl'ork' at $1.50  a.day. .     ,.    .    '  ,' Mr. L. A. Fretz said no business man  could live- ou. $1.50 a day; and why  should a working man have to? If the  Governnieilt wanted to do the most  work possible for the money, why did  they not wait till the snow had gone,  when work could becariied on much  more cheaply ?  Mr. II. "Howson thought that residents should have the ntst cha'nqe for  work.  Mr. W. G. Pax ton suggested tbat a  strongly worded resolution should be  given to Mr. Mara to forward  the proper authorities. He thought it  was a pity so many stmngt-r.**; were, "in-  ployed. ������������������  Mj\ Mara suggested ihat-'a committee  ho appointed to draft -mch-a revolution:  and send it to him to forward. Ho'  airreed with-Mr. Howsoo. especially as  TOPICS OF INTEREST ABOUT TOWN  [hy moGKXiis.]  The all-absorbing topic during the  week has been the rate of wages on  the Government work for protecting  the river bank.. Groups ol incii have  been .noticed on the stieeb excitedly  discussing tlie "to be or not'to be" of  tiie matter, and on Tlmisday' there  was a large meeting, at wliich some of  the "business men" (the,expression is  getting quite hackneyed) emerged from  the obscurity of - uncertainty , behind  which tliey had 'lain dormant,' and  boldly took their-'stand as opponents  "oC low wages'. " .Bettor late than  never.','    It was,stated at the meeting  that some one in the town had given  Mr. Gamble-to understand 'that lie  could get all tlio. men ho wanted at a  dollar and-a half a day. Evidently  this person.is of some prominence in  the town, or J\Ir. Gamble would not,  have been so leady to act, upon his  advice. If Mr. (J.Uiiblq could lie pei-  suado'd to disclose, the ideality of his  informant it would l.e !i good idea to  got together a" fe>v ���������.���������ther .jurio.'iilios  and start a museum wheie this no-ble-  licarted philanthropist would be the'  central figure of'intercut., especially to  the working men.  Jt was also staled that* tlie C. '?. 11;  Co. was ready and willing to supply  men at e\en a lower figure than ft 1.00.'  J do not believe there is any, truth in  this. First, because the C.P.R. working stafV has been so reduced by .recent,  dismissals''thai tlio company to-day is  short-handed in this section. True,  men could' be, brought from Vancouver and elsewhere. But supposing  this was done, tlio C.P.R. would be us  great a^atflei-er in the,long run as any'  of the men it deprived.' ������Tho men who  are'-here now, finding no work, would  drift to other towns; tlio men,brought  in .from outside places would depart  for tlieir homes as,soon as life work  was finished, taking with them what  money they had saved, if saving was  possible. ,, Thus the town would be  depleted of working men,. the hotels  would be empty, and tbe stores  waiting for .Customers tliat never come.  Consequently the C.P.R. would handle  very little freight for Kevelstokc, and,  it is well known-that it is' the freight  brought to' .Revelstoke and other inland- towns , that pays best, our merchants having to 2>ay C7c. per 100 lbs.  more than Vancouver merchants on all  freight, irom the east. (By-tlie-bye,  how much longer is this iniquity going  to continue 1) It would have been  suicidal for the C.P.R. to have brought  men here. ���������    ''  "And .if .suicidal for the C.P.R. to  bring*, in outsiders .to take the bread  from .our.'.own working men, it would  be tho worst,of bad policy on the part  of the, .Dominion (Jovernipent to permit such an outrage to be perpetrated.  The Government cannot afford to lose  a single vote ,ia the forthcoming .election, and Mr. Mara would have had  a. luird job, in convincing the working  men, in Kontcniiy at least, that, such  a Government was worth voting for���������  .and.a working man's vote counts just  as much as a "business man's" vote,  while' at the same time there arc a  i great manv more of them,  to      ,  ���������*... T do not coincide with Mr. XV. M.  Brown's .statement that it .would be  better to post pone, the .work until tlie  .-now ic? all gonK The present is the  best lime of. tho year ,that brush can  bo cut. i. <*'.. tor it.-' lasting qualities.  Th': twig*- are now full of sap, and will  regards  men,   with , families,   resident jbend    without   breaking;    while    the  he--e.' He   bad  in-v-im-rf  on that point : muwuii;   dr,i>vn   from 'the,  river will  andwds  informed -i������:it vot.y iWoui- ' kf?-p.-,the ibrush  green  find supple till  ^[aidois.wortieuivloye'tU.fManyoxclaiiia-1 <���������!'���������' fmsls j������ne"t wi tiler kill  the sap.  .tions  of dinhfmfc.)    H������  de-.irrd it c������ Ik*  thoroughly  understood   that   he-could  make no pr-i>mi.iC***?T-iuChepIedg'-d 'iim-  -,-elf'  to   do   lii*-,   bo-ft.   * r; \Vv  *-in* ������-  he  learned ol* tho rale of wage- ofJVr'-d'b"  had boon   in   -.yinpathy with   th*1iii"ii.  .Mr. Tapping awi-tod th-s-f   it wa1- absolutely fal-,-' that m'.st  of tbe'jiieu on  the Work wr" genuine i-i-sidl'iil s.  The Chairman -'aid l hn ,'��������� le- had t-i-eii  wore -liMligi.'l'M-  It   \S.I--    U'-olved   ,t,i).it    a     (','llllllit tee j  1";���������*���������''*'  should be nominate-! Ir,  tbe  Cludi in.ui    ''*  '  Loilrawiif a   rovJiilion -oh   lhe   li.'i'-s  indicaLcd.    The I'ollnsvimr u'iti--ii'<-<*ril-  ingly    appointed:-   Me���������,r*,..    V>'\   M.  Hrown. A. Al. Craig and XV.il. V,iit'<ii.  On I be in.il ion of Mr. lb-own a i.ito  of thank-- lo Mr. Mara was iir..*m'i-  mou-ly pa.-s'-d.  Mr. Mara thanked (he nio'-l.iiitr. He  said ho w.i1-* very glad to ha\e had 11.",  opportunity ol nieeling rheui, ,ii"l  promised I o do r-heei fully and heartily  all ho could to I'm t hoi Iheir wi-lie*--.  With the en-lorn;.ry \ote of tJuink*-  to the ("h-ii.'iii.ui, tho nieeling adjourned.  A Now Steamer for Shuswap L'lke.  Mr. .los. Crenelle, of T.ippen Kniing*  has jn-,1. given ,: ronli.irf lo Mr. Ib-fiiy  Simcork, shipbuilder, of ?>'ew "\\" <���������-*'.-  minster, for tho eoti-,1 rucf ion of a sl.orn-  wheol t.lci mot1 which is inleiid"d lobe  run on Sbilswap I.ak<* and Thompson  Jtive.rasa froighl. anil passenger boat.  She will b'- 100 feel in length, with IH  feel, beam, and will be provided wilh  powerful engine and boiler. Tbe Limbers aro being out, and I'i aniod al, tho  Itoyal Cily Pinning Mills, Westmiie*-,  ter, and will Abo .shipped to Tappon  Siding inside of two weeks, whore the.  boat will be pill together. She wiil bo  ready for seryicc about J uno 1st.  Tli'is- 'ij. '.will la-**' at least ono season.  ' J.j'njr'-V than if (.ut when dry nnd britrlo.  i Thon. fgain. -.uppo-iiig April is \������iy  ' l,'itL,;itid ";!leism'.w nick's r.'i,pidly, by t'uc  S tiuir- v.-.i'i-Jr:*- could be u'-od for" bvin.^-.  ������������������ ii'iC in 1'irtf'tl] rhe.ri\<T would bo too  1 hij.'!J to allow ot the MiCO'-wful acroiii-  IpliVi.nient >>t any pr,. to. ���������Lion work-,, and  i if .'ir.ii'iio -*l,.<rtl'!d know ;iu\fihiiig about  I t'M! kind of Mock ti ''i'*i^h>, to bo Mr.  if.     I   ;o>i  vii,ii'->v]i,i',  -,nr  ! li..    "If  td'   If."  -.   dot,*  ,,,,.    , ii  ,/..!.   - .  Up  llfi'i  In tm  , i. him--'  to -t ������������������  .. or1"  I.i'  \,i..  i   ,l,"l  - n>*, .o  -i i-  , ���������. ���������  ; i  a ].os! ji  .1*  U     'ill   'POI!'  tie  ���������A..r!  ,,,i ���������  It. "iji-e  .-oill.l   ;,.,- ",  I \\ ,-jit \* of  ll'-\t   fall  TiiG Stpi  iggle Fop Free Silver.  Mr. Evorett's,Motion Accepted by fin  Imperial'Government.   ���������  As staled on our first p.tgo,_the bi-  mot<i!i:**>ls in the JSritish ��������� ifoiihc of  Commons brought forward,- through  Oli'. Kverelt, M.P., ,-i/motion urging the  (Sovernmoiil lo take steps towaids'another monetary, conferoncj." Greatly  lo the surprise of the House f.'.ir Win.  H.ireourt,' lender of the Government,  accepted the motion, saying that the  evils consequent on the divergence between gold lyicl silver were recognized  by the Government. ,This seems to be  a sort of victory for the bi-motallists,  bu't'the conference (if held' may not be  the .success expected. Following is a  telegraphic -l.iti'meiil:  On Tuesday, Mr.'Everett, Liberal,  offered his motion stating ih.il, I In-  House views 'with apprehension 'lhe  grow big'divergence between gold and  silver. lie urged tlie Government tn  co-opeiat.e with the other Powers in  placing gold aiid silver on a common  ratio, and further said' England wa-,  iiotjuhtifiod in bankrupting her creditors by liei course regarding silver.  lit. lion. Henry  Chaplin,   Conservative,  seconded   Air.   rtvorott/s "motion,  ,..nd .severely arraigned tho Government,  for its coi'u-se towards  silver,    lie pre  dicted    that   ,bi-me't*ui.sm  ivoi lid    bo  victorious.at no distant day, because it  had justice and truth on its side.  .Sir. William Harcourt said he had  never denied, the existence'of ovil in  consequence of thegrowing'divergonce  of the values of gold and silver. At the  monetary conference at Brussels, a  a majority of tbe European countries  bad declared in favor of a mono-metallic  currency. When a'proposal from Germany or any other country reached  the Government, it 'would be time  enough to consider the question of  England's joining in another conference. He would suggest that if another  conference was hold it. should he understood that it was not for mere academic  discussion ; but Lhe delegates ought to  be empowered unmake some definite  'proposals.emhodying their views. The  interests of the country as the greatest  (lading and ,monetary centre of the  0world wore bound up in the soundness  of her currency, and it ought to lie  borne in mind thai England conducted  h'ertiade upon relatively the smallest  basis of any country. She, did so  because she hado the largest credit.  (Hear, hear.) Leaving international  considerations for (he national aspect  of the queston, he contended that there  ought to be a continuity of the currency  policy'which the nation had attained.  Though hoping little from an international monetary conference, inasmuch  as a motion had been bi ought forward  on common ' grounds declaring,, tliat  evils existed which the Government  admitted,.and as he bad only been invited to co-operate with the Powers on  the subject, he liad decided' not to oppose tlie resolution.    (Olioors.)  Tlie Parliamentary Committee of the  Bi-nietallist League, hnmediately,after  Sir Win. Harcourt bad' announced his  acceptance of Mr. Eveictt's' motion,  telegraphed to the I3eriin Bi-melallLsts  League asking it to urge upon Prince  ollolicnloho, ^tbe German CHaiicellor,  ,tho expediency_of opening negotiations  lm7'a~~imulctary' conference at Berlin.  Tho league responded with a telegram  congratulating the English bi-mctiil-  iists upon tlie success of Mr. Everett's  motion., The .opinion prevails in the  lobby tbat an international conference  on the subject is assuicd.  .ORE' SHIPMENTS VIA REVELSTOKE.  Feb. 25.���������TdaSio   "   27.���������     " .    "    'J.7.- Slocm Sllu-  ���������Mar. i.���������Nofil'j !'*ive.  i���������iilouin Stiii1  *"    ''L-Mui'M    ...  .    3'c.ii's l'jn.000 pounds  :: ���������'��������� i2i,iiiii   'l     "      HMKHJ  ... . i   " muwo    ,"  ...  . Ii    " <l'*,0'0   ->"     1     " 3(t,l)')()     *"  Tlio  ���������wliolf!  of  tiio  above , was  hlilppcil, to  Oairdia, X(jlu.i--l-:.i.  Lei Sleeping Doi������'s Lie  The other   evening  older  pool  y man  with ii  , Tho  ol and  known  !'l  to   l'l ' I \  ���������il      W  ;i I .*"  ...d  '' .    IV  I   .  '.-.'III I  *.������!���������  .'.!' (',  \1 .,'. .  n"'i  ���������..' I. ''I  '!.."-'.'  i  ,    I , v- ��������� V  'K-        W|.  of li,i-  ;" ;! i.'  , ,i   ,*-,.,.  ,   ���������',(!'!-.���������   i'  I.,- v, ii! it  :��������� d.i\  and  *i,iiii-r pi,  O     I   ,    1/   ll:  p; on ;  ��������� '-I."  in  ���������If.1  r,., .  was onjoymg a game o  "friend in *a Front sttvot, Imli  "aine v'as jiiow-oding in a, qi  eiijo\:i,l,lo man nor, v.-lion a woi  man about,to>vn, who h-iars the n-pu-  tation of boiuj;' soiio'i hir.g of a wit,,  (lie. loom. It appeared a-, if  ^hl, ho had found an oppoi1-  Kiliowinn ofl'   his   lalotils, for  v'litoroi  be   tboi.it  tunil v of  hi1 bona ii mal.-iii'.; .t'uii   --silh   th  <-aid i-ldci iy ])!a;. or,  <>ood nil ui-i'dlv for .  aloi'o  I  ���������- .n,..,  b'1 ' ,'u  .'.'   t  I'la-'-lo  ,','d    '.  Uu-ii.  the  ' >iii:*b,  i.e  n,i)-,t'_i  .j.,-)d ���������.* oi !-,-'���������: **,,    .H'd .  on    tii'-   hL'hiT   !.''<  Ktmiabiy   -J. :'a   ���������>  d.  ;no   iju'A    v.',r  that t.hfy will  roord for   1 io���������-,-"'  t.ition   bt-fiiii/h1  ( if-.i-e.       Snob  ������������������ivv     one IIMII  <. j i. 11 ���������,  .,!. i  e H.' I. -'  r-uiL'i-l -. ;i  s.u-ll ���������' v.  of '��������� i/e-  /        f!    ���������'���������,.  I d M  '      ,"'"'  tl,,...-   ,,,, ���������,  .' r-   11    is   liardl1.  hi ��������� 1 v  i"   di "--h.ii god   to in J i  v. no1 e pei -V( roi,> i'/ L  ,IOO'.|I, til', de '.ii d in  has ,ii '.'.* .J... i>i (���������;. tic  i.iv.'s and aiiol her i' >  io  w ii.. stood   ii.  i (oiisulerahle tun".  r.miiol.ieic-d bv  his i*.-f���������"-���������������-*J Mioi.ess tiie  ('���������ico.iiotis iu'.nider v.ent   a  bit   I'nrtiioi*,  , ! and' -,(���������,'.oral   time,   .-iiii'j]-   .lie  player  '. I ll^iilly   while   hi'   ������,i-.   in    the   act    of  j making a -ho'.     .lob  **,i;.s   |h,il   a in,m  I should oxei.'.;  i- patieice,   but  Job   ocr-  1 tiiinlv ])'������������������,< i  iri'd   lo   play   pool   undo!'  ��������� ! - ic'li ;i,jr!lr,i\.\\iu<!t oin-uniilain o-,,     The  ' i  .,ljn'Cf's  }>i0 i"IC."   rit    la-l    bedililillg o.v-  i     -. ' , .  id- hi1, Ioi iiionl-ii a ' nun I  r  l  of the .((.dp   and   i .in  iiiL' tic *' i-I.li ol  ���������u  xAL  A  -:o:  -:o:  WE  eon  JL  ON  'ft  'HT:  Dress Goods  t  "^,E���������* OFFERING A  per eeiu  FOLLOWING 'LINES :���������  i '  C? ' -i  , ' ' Flannels ���������  r������-i /"; !,ciq;  ..5 ���������!������������������'< V'-, AW!..*  Jretonnes  ^1 viA tf  f^i  Hosiery  TfaHfC.1  liiiiJ  biiblt  ��������� :o:  sy  I  e  -8 I       W$ FH   -h& i  &..%>  f ll^ <Uk  i'%  ������������������OkCKrvjr.t.'u.'���������r.'rs^rcTJvs-KJr ^r  auiTSicreaai:a������,nsi2va'wea-=  KWJtZZ '  ��������� I    3  ���������^  NOTARY "PUBLIC  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent.  ���������'"'    '".    '     FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. '  ".   - .      -     '    ,  Representative of the Koolenay Smelting & Trading Syndicate. ,  1  ���������    .<, ,,  -:o: ���������-        '  AGENTai'OU.TllOUT LAKE' CITY, EVANSPORT, KASLO ,t-NAKUSP  WHOLESALE DEALER,-ra  ���������WINES;,; UQU0RS ��������� AND  BBTBLSTOKB  ,X X J-J      %J -t-^  "   '"'    l* AHltAllA-MSON   lUtOy., Phopihetoks.  First-eiaBS  Table,,      -;CJb������& Beds,  '""Tel  ,������pi3  'BUS  MEETS   ALL   TRAINS. AND-STEAMBOATS.  FIEB'-PBOOP   S^L^S  aJ^c.'^wuiJiif'ut'JuajniJxmrg  Kufes.theWopldi  To contiibiitc your nnte in ruling ,!t  UY  F  OB ������������������-GASH  Save 5 per cent, on your  -    "  ro-    ���������   ".������������������   ���������    -"'.'���������  ' "lour :uid  i-'eal.  *    i    ��������� (  (. i cnoral Grbecrics.  Clothing.  2 5-  T  On all j)urc.liascs over Om  ~~" '  GO  i n ware:.*-  l.")f)LLAR.  pc������w������.  Ll  iAMD 'DO  nio.  i;iil-,lr.ri, l;c ;;.iM- Hi', i"i ini-iu-ii  ii-iii.in   '    -^    , 1^1 T V'  t,::, tyyyy yypy StoekiioiDi Mouse.  fll-l'l  thffiiiiN of los l.-ilior. 'I'Ikj wli'ili'of  I iic tne ii --'iioolfl li;v\f TiC'irl ofT' nnii! llif  :v,r/c\ |iic*l,ioli W,H si'll.livl; l.iil, :< i I  -iiiiM liisl, wcfl:, 'iiini'- irii'ii wohUI li.i\f  ^inif! lo \vo|-k Iiiul l.ll'1 wni^fs (.Hi'i'-fl  lii'f'li .'i ' lloll.'il' ii fill}. Tli.il, tin" men  wlioNi1 ''iioi'L'i'l'i'' iii.M'.iori nii'l proliiHl, linvi;  liro'.i^li-d iilio'iih' tin', ri.se. should bo <-.k������  .ciiid/iil' fi'oiii' ip.iiv .siiiirc. in  its licm.'fit.H  i,>  l.iiflcl'  ���������.veil ri^d"  looki'i-i .i^  i limit I'i ji.'iiiit tin  J-  )-'i-r\ i <1   linn  ,vii". the vi-i'ii. t.  ol'   11  ( 11- I f.illi'ii    ioi:i',l.  now  i ci  .i'  H1 iin-  ���������Af'.nt  HOOIII,"  tf> ho tin;.irony.of I'uto  Tv,*o milling ulsiiiiii in Uif- JJoundin-y  Crook dislii'it, *S[ii.tlfd Hois'* nnd  Lfiil Kin^ h.iM1 lifii lioiiflffl \>y Mr.  (J. f!. Sunds. The ff.i met' h,n n ���������'! It  vein of solid u.ilfini,  >iilv(!i- ,-i.nii (io.i'icr ootit.  loiii'iwrs.pf golrl. Tho  joiintorl' In si. (:)ct'ii,)('i',  of ore il Tuot wid.M.'     *'  IISA.IA inj.^ '.VI 07,.  !<*'u'l, wilh ;i. tiiw  .L'-ii/.r Kiii.'^ whs  .mid   li;ts ;i linjly  JOMK STONR, Pii-opiiiK'ioit.  Tiie Dinin  Room is fapnished with tlie best tlie  Market affords.  ���������JCIHB BAB IS SUPPLIED WITH THB 0B1OICBST  ''���������,'���������'''WIU'ES, LIQUORS AND C1GARS:AA THE KOOTENUY
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Newspaper Rcsiilations.        ,
1. Any person who Likes n paper i-eKuli.rly
from lhe l'0-.t OlSiei-. whether he hasmil-scribt-il
or not, is rc-.]ii*n-iblc* for Llie payment.
2. If a person orders his paper di-continuod
lie imi-t pay all arrears, or lhe publishers may
ccnliniie to semi it until payment is made, and
>  then colled  tho wl-.ole  amount, whether  the
paper is taken from the oltiee or not.
,      :'.   In suits for subscriptions, iu,: suit, may be
inslifitcd wl.erp the ]iai��'i" i-pubii-"!i(."il.
).    The courts have divided lhat rrfiisii'tcfo
take a newspaper or i.erioiiic.il from lhe 1 ost
hi     Otllec, or removing and l��avii.{; them i.nca!'(d
for, while inmaid for, is prima lucio evidence of
intentioiin.! fiv.nd. '!
il.*ls
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miterlnincd by "" the boy?." vfho lii (.-:���.-is
ly filled hiin'u'p. It is said th.-'t (li- cvll'd
gt-inmen   consumed  eight   pounds   of
soda huscuif ���-; and a gallon ofmilk i-igln     -1 ��
aftri- dinner.
Service will lii' cm id uctcd in tho
Presbvterian church Us-iiK'trow evening at 7.:-!0. Bundiy-chool at^.-3'i. At
evening service Mr. T. St<Jed. violin'st.
will .play. The choir ha*-"* heen completely re-organized, with ilrs.( "oni-sicr
as organist and several voices .added.
There was a large a! tendance last ttun-
day, and the excellence oi* the *=u-igii!g
was generally remarked upon. "While
the ottering was being tiken up Mr.-;.
Home sang nn appi-opi-iHte oolo.
The case of the C.V.ll. v>;. P. ilur'phy.
which was adjnurni'd frotn 'Kamloops
some months ago, caiue before .lust ice
Walkum ato Victoria on Tuesday, and
was again adjourned for;! month without being Ourthci' advanced. The railway company is suing iliu-jihy for the
jioss-ession oi* cei'tiiin towi^-iteJots in
Donald, which he sijuatted u|ion, and
claims he had .'inpiircd a right to prior
to the C.P.R. filing .their'cl.-iini. 'The
G.P.K. base (heir <illi-.'.o-i a Crown
gran! from tiie Dominion' in Angi:.-!,
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There ,'i'e ninny pf-omi- ���-, <*'i" un c ti';   j
Spring,   according  to   (.he   old-tin.*1!.;.  . fi'.t'h   I^.illi
A i\jiv'>   ^ii.A.-iJLj.  LliLb.hhiJZ.
Here.
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(.'oJiiini'ia vS: iro.'fen.'y TC ., i^.itioii <'u..
'iccn iu Sew W'l-.inj'ii'-te! thif*
ok: t'.i'iv,:gh:g i'i,i* th'. (..n-iruction
iii'iiiii',1 -lec'.inf-r to ply oi, the Columbia Iliver, in pk.ce vii the fi,c;ui��;i*
Cohnnbi.-L -ivhirii v,-r.s l.ut'ncd at Wnner.t
l;.s( Angii":. Tne linibfi'd lor the new
Ij.Mtw.'II h" cut nt tlie j-^i-nnette S;tw
.Mills, and fiamcd .it ^appe. ton ondor
the supei int elidetite of tv, o .-iiipw.-igliU
noiv iil ili.ii jSl..ce. Tiii-? \��oik wil! t.tSe
;iho',;j, ( hirt\-day-, a;:J when coinpletfd
tho timhers will iie shijipen byC.r.n.
to Iti-ve'^ioke. where tho steaijiei; will
be put (ogetbei', li;e iaaieit- ami en-
giiier, (>f the old Columbia w.-re noi.
dnui.-iged iiyih.* fi!������.'. and will hr-us,.-'d
in llie e ni--Ji ueiioii-df ihc nnv vr*?*.i 1,
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SATURDAY. MARCH 2, 1S.03.
Bar -silver GiJ.je. an luiiir.-e.
Mr. li. Toniplciii'-!, chief steward of
the C. cV K. Nav. Co.. and 3ii-s. Tompkins are now residing in Naku-p.    '
Shrovo Ti*ie*-ii;iy0([,.*nicake <l:iy) and
Ash "Wednesday jiassed along here just
like any olh.'rTue.sday and Wednesday.
Three Weeks' mails arrived from the
Siocan this morning. XVa notice our
' exchanges dale all llie way from Feb.
0th.    y
' Services at the Mcthodlsl church lo-
morrow at IO.!-"') a.m. and 7,,'jO p.m.
"Rev. C A. Procunier pastor. Sunday
school at '2.'60.
Dr. Herbert,' who was formerly^' lu;
G.P.I-}, doctor at Donald, is now'prae-
tising his profession in South Kcnsing-
,  ton, l.ondon, England.
'   Mi: F. C. Gamble, wiio returned here
from Fort Steele, last Saturday night,
spent Sunday in town, and left for the
coast Sunday ovening.
Carson's slereopticon  view.s of   the
World's Fair and other famous places
drew, a large audience to the Presbyterian cliurch last Saturday night.
,The Y.P.S.O.I-"]. will hold their week-
'ly meeting on Monday evening at 7.80
sinu p. Subject,������'SpiritT.al Death and
Spiritual Life."   All are welconio.
Wo are informed on good authority
��� that a Chicago syndicate is making application   for   leasing   tho  Revelstoke
smelter.
��� The Miner lias enlarged to the same
size as this paper, and, with a brand
new headpiece, presents a more creditable,appearance than ever it did before.
Church of England services will be
held in*i-he schoolhouso to-morrow,,
,Sunday, March Srd. Holy communion
at 11 a.m.; evening prayer at 7*30 p.m.
A pai ty of prominent mining men'
���from Montana have been inspecting
Trail-Creek mine**, the fame of-that
district haying .���j.pre'iul- over the whole
,wcst.v ������*������:'   -A   , - i  A,
' Tlio monthly'meeting of the Fire
Brigade was held in (.he Fire Hall last
evening, 'Chief "W, M. Grown pres-
siding. Only ordinary business was
transacted.
The Cumberland mine, Slni-an, has
been sold to XV. (,'. Yawkey for$20,000.
The mine "lias a good showing of ore,
andiy? tons have been shipped recent-
lv, (he value of which is estimated at
{���ilo, 000. ' ,
Hugh ^McLaughlin died at I.os.sland
on Mondav from the eil'ecls of a wound
inflicted by a man named Westgate.
We understand this is the outcome of
the axe and hatchet fight described on
our lirst, page. ���>
The New England Fish Co., of
Boston, Mass., clo.sed their season's
fishing in Hrilisb Columbia waters
this weelc,' the total calcii of halibut
000,000 lbs., which realized 7c. a iiound.
Twenty-one cars of this were shipped
east from Vancouver.
It i**" rumored that },Ir. Hewitt
Bostock. a wealthy rancher and principal owiierof Ihc 1'rovinee, hasconsented
to content the Vale-Cariboo-ivootenay
constituency in tlie Liberal interest at
the cominu: Dominion Election, Air.
Martin, of Vernon, having declined.
A boxing n,atch for points took place
this morning in the old smelter house
betweon^a representative of the Lardeau and one of Big Hei id'.-; finest. The
result was a ''draw," allhoegh the Bin-
Bender "drew" first blood, and a good
deal of damp merchandise was
"ilmwii " across the street.
Mr. Jas. Black", of Now Hen vei, who
has been visiting at the coasl, spent
several flays in (own this week and
left for home yesterday. Mr. Black is
an old-timer and knows a great deal
������iboutlhe mining counlry, having been
in Cariboo in its palmy days. He is
part owner in the Tendi-rfool, Ivy
Leaf and other Slocin mines.
Air. and .Mr.-. Chas. landmark 'entertained about 2,"t of the Sunday school
boys and ��fills at their residence last
Monday afternoon and .evening. A
most enjoyable time was .spent, indoor
games and an impromptu concert engaging the attention of the young people 'after lhe important function of
luncheon had been gone Ihrough,
Archie McDonald, who has been
working in the Lardeau since l.-e-t.luly,
caine ui to\Vn Ibis morning expecting
to get work at usual wag'ison 1 lie river
bank. Finding there is little < ha nee of
a job here and I hen only at lo\y_Wages,
he will return lo the Lardeau on AI on-
day. 1U- had no news of anything
Inter than win), appeared in our issue
of last Saturday.
Ye.-t'-rday while helping lo haul
Water from Long'.*, brewery Joe Connors met with an accident. In crossing
the track, llie runneis of the sleigh
caught the rails causing il, lo swerve.
The body of lhe sleigh slipped oil'and
fell on Connors' leg, breaking one of
the small bones. Dr. Ale Lean set the
fiactured bi-ne anil Connors is to-day
progressing favorably,
On .Monday last the town extended a
rccepi ion to a colored gentleman who
Wii'i on bi*-i way to Louisiana lo help
gal her in I he cotlnn crop, On his arrival here he wn.-i la ken in hand by
Messrs. Nicholson and Cliillerbiick and
shown all the sighl". .il I be loWn, being
driven I liroimh t he sti eels in I he dash-
ing tiirimiil bi'loin-'Jnu lo Mi. Thi.uiiis
Lewi-. At iMcCarty's holel thedis-
liiiguished   stranger' was  handsomely
True
wi'i'.thei1  is   most  ireniiil. anil'
(he warm Chinook wind ol ���,\'<*.ine-(!ay
and Thinsdny reduced the r.now considerably, but la��l .liigii! " the beau'< i-
ful" again pit I in an appeal.infe ."-And
the landscape looks v-"i"v '"Chri-iii i;i*-', ""
this   nioriiin,'-.    Tli<"  river   w:\-,   ne\.'*,'
h.',
t. Ij. to b'f
abaolulely frozen over tjiK
the ice has heconu',,rotten
while   the   f<
.���inI,', r. and
estive,, skat eis
themselves.    Wc  may rest
one thing, hovwvor
will not again louci
disponed
assured of
I lie   thcl'inonn-U'i1
zero  l.i.is sea.-nn.
SPEEDV TRANSIT0F MAILS.-
The, Victoria, Qohm'/f, says1 (J A
gentleman iii this oil3- iho .oth',i' day
received a, loiter from V>Tairington,
Knglaiif!, nia New York, the Iirno"occupied in (ransniiKsioi! from point to
point being thirteen dajs.v Wo can
beat tlnit, wtili a couple of rlay-i to
spare. A newspaper from Plymouth,
England, Haled 'Watnrday, Feb.' I Gt.Ii,
was received at this oilice Wednesday
night, the 27th���11 clays���and it mu-st
be remembered tliat from Ply mot-th t'o
Liverpool   is   nearly  a   day's journey.,
But these facts sink into nothingness when comp-u-Cil witli vl.hii spoony
transit wliich prevails in Kootenay.
Wc l-ii\c received mails from (lie Siocan conn try, 60 miles away, inside of.
nine dtij's ! .Sometimes we get a.mail
irom Nelson, 1-10 miJea, iu aljout the
same period, but thif: is cxccprionnl.
Unfortunately this speed was too
great to, last,, as up to the time'of
writing we liave' received , no mails or
exchanges from down''river points lor
nearly three weeks! ' .Somebody says
tlie mail bags have been""lying at "Bannock Point, at the head of 'Arrow
Lake, for a long time, and nobody is
authorised to take charge of "them.
This is remarkable,, considering0 that
.steamers froin'-Nakusp , are "calling -:it
tlie Point every day and, numerous
sleighs lifuiling 010 from ' there to (lie
Wigwam.s's-itinn of the 11. i)c A. ,L. Ry.
Noboity to blame,, of course.
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changes  in   the   Provincial
The  general  improsv.011 is
" Provincial political Changes.
��� The elevation of  J Ion. Then. Pavie
to   the   Chief  Justiceship will  nocoisi-
tate .some
Cabinet.
that thopTlon. C. E.,Poo!ey will be
asked - to form a Cabinet. On tho
death of the Hon. John Ko'oson the
honor was tendered Mr, Pooley, but lie
declined it. It i.s said,, however, that
if���it in ,oil'ered again lie. will accept.
Tlie Hon. J. II. Turner is also a good
man for the position, but he has expressed ins intention of retiring from
political life. :\i r.1 liborts is inentit'inod
as the new Attorney-General, and .Mr.
Higgins is said to,bo desirous of ob-
.taining a portfolio in the new Cabinet.
If Mr. Higgins represented a ^lianland
constituency his admission to tho fold
would be assured.
HELP WANTED!
That'Famous Police. Case.
Sin,���Allow, me to ci'rect some-inaccuracies in,a police case reported by
one "Diogenes," re Swift us. Cim-ie.
lie says complainant and her Iawypr
appeared, but defendant, did not. Some
months later Oniric f-hovrs up in town
and is anested���case a.-ljoni-n.:d���and
Oniric allowed to go .-.gain, etc., etc.���
poor justice, or worse.
Now, Mr. Editor, let the public look
at tha facts, as evidence under oath
will show : Oniric went, to Swift's
house on tiie e\ening of Dec. 27, jS'X-i,
and there did 'commit an assault, etc.
Constable was 'called in and removed
Currie. Next morning complain-inl
decided to' drop toiy further action
against defendant; alter hearing that
he had left town. June 12th, 1S9I.
.defendant again came to town .and
went to eoni plain an t*R House anil'did
use some obscene language towards
her. " information sworn out nest,
morning and case called. Evidence
only shov, s assault by calling bad
n.-unesv Counsel for 'defendant proceeded' to show Court thar complainant was keeper o.*'a   ilOtlf-e   'if   ill-/ltilK'.
Al this stage Swift ask-,, for .n-. ad-
jont'iinieut in order lo ;>et lawyer fiom j
Kamloops. Ca.se adjourned eight'd.iy.-.
'"Meantime la<\ yer nii-nes and ask-, ior
new information, charging defendant
with au indictable offence. K,"'n;5 h'1-*''
to l")ece:nhet*s fracas, A warrant was
at once i's-ued i'01 Cni-Jie's .niesi, but
at request of counsel fo. Pwii'l warrant
was not, to by served out of town, mat
is, if defendant kept away I'toni town
no lurthei' j-^roceeiiings would be t ikeii,
Dut Ourrii' 101116 months after comv. to
town and is arrested on the warrai.i,
brought up aud evidence lakcn. When
the case .about closed Swiff again asks
foi an adjournment to get her lawyer.
Defendant objoc I.s, stntin'g io the Conn,
he is au'-iious to get this charge cleared
and get back to hi.s work. After consultation justices (without eonMiliing
"Diogenes") grant adjourn incut and
accept peison.a! bail from Currie for his
appearaiie,;   on   a certain  date.     The
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Til I'-.'- befor' fiopu-m-f ������  Etatoa ai.ioi.^ '.'io fa':r:*o;i:i i. .���������_'-*.('! roy illy i -l i.-i i-.i*", :i prince 'n -ri-i;*: n-ay  hei-tri'i'j a '\v*-i"iJ,'' "'i'l d" >if; i'ii"i; Vut  lireiK a, record or i:i- 'e-ok; bur w<.r,1 n  prim-"'!- s'i ii.r to i\.T:\'-\, <vi"it sii- p-vo-d  to her iiu-as- her d).*,!.iTy a-,d her Udif,  linr* of .'im (.Mors w lo pi'tn i'l.'o I'm  democrat ii iiicnoi or' loi-on'oiion, this  whol-i oivii'/.'-'i world would be ox p.-of  lid in tUnnd i".!4lifuM ut the'd'-s' ��������� r,s:!.-���������'! (>���������"  royally in'jilied hy the act A.nl this  ia the hoi nble deed that in-.*; jtir.t i-jou  . feuiioniio.od by ' the MlM-TapM. ami bn.i  - thrownjitau i'i curt ciri'lru uito'oi.n)  '    mouiai ooiiviiIhumi-*.  Ti'" cat-vi'-.'-ophe. s,*,vjj & T'.i-pf. oorru*-  pondcntol tlio T,oti ion Telugiapb, <>������  ct'iTw) in "t'lirin, ������nJ the hei ome tints  victim, tl'o lidy ib boMi-- to tno pretty,  iKcouiplishod young widow, iheducilcs-j  of Aosfh, why is utaying at the castle ot1  Btn-jiiiiK'i. . Prince',*-! Maria, Lueti; ia in ft  , ' Hater in law of tbe prc-pnt km/ ol  Italy, she. living m.nrkd in It-HS liir,  brother, I'linre Auiaiioo, duko oi Aor.ta,  who died in l?.t'0. ' Thus iadv who in r������,  .Bonaparte,' is not merely aeeomphtdiod  Mid pretty, but is bumf til'ot hie- and  fun, tind take*-! ft positive delight ia  tramping upon thp rigid court eeiuuuo-  -ftinl   of   past ng&d.  She sot out a fov,- dr.j-s 'i^o on ono of  tiicea 'tabooed yehiciee, nccottin(ini&d  by'a mail! of honor and tv,-o court c-av-  thc-rs, and after -a long rido tho party  vera fly ins; tip one ot tho shady avo-  anon le������di;nr ti> tho p.Uaoe of the ilnko  of Ao'iU, when "a company of flnldiora  cosmiittudo'l by a sun-jor moi ,thtnu hiiilf  ���������Kay. glauco I at them ' furtively, &ud  jierhfips a triflo too curiously or critically, and imirclied on vrithout Making  a faign. Tho duchess, rendered moro  sensitive than natisu by tho connc-idi-is-  iwjsa that pUg vas triinf-iirct.sin^ lhi>  tends of court otiqaottol foil hurt rA  cot ts'-ing saluted in tlio r.pnrovij.i fashion hy th-'i nnvjor nnd hie Miidieri Tiii.-,'  wits perJitipft hamuli nuiuro, and. ������*���������  such, exc-usahio. But tho iiyoiy Udy  wont much further; hho aotunlly complained of tho conduct of the sni^-jor,  who had, bIio nffiim.'d, culpably n-\?-  lectod to salute hur. ��������� The connasiidaut  oi Turin, Gun. d'Oncian do la U'*:i:i. ai  cmco swianionod the ofltcor io r.|>peur lx>  fore hiiu ������nd explain his couiir.ee Th<)  ms.ior aaid ha -vvae ijuiltl-ws of .".ny oi-  fence, as he did not rocognize tlwhxli  born iiidy, oddly dro-asd  find seiac-d ti>  It/c-=n iko -wheoLi. aud -would aiuw  hr.ve pornntted hiinseij' to tiun'-i c������r b-_������  highrjeso aa a onvoio bicycluc. Ifad h������  known or nuspvotod ii vrr.s bh'). ot coiirsn  ho would havo, etc, cue f.oi: do L*i  Er������hn, tincer.tyin what c,'>e.r;o to t^kei,,  npvealix"l to tho Soloinoni.-tic wisdom c.������  lhe war {minuter, to vhom he foi-w.ird-  t-d q detailed rejKirt of tb ��������� -vh'>l-> '>c"':r  renco, asking: ior instrur.tioi.*- -^ !���������" tna  punishrnunt u> ho im-red ont re ;h>> nifi-  jor, whom he sjieaawhilo k-^pcin nrr-Juk  The lxiimat-ir of -war, if no' pro- '-e'.y *.  Salomon, was at k'a.dt nuile bbre'-vd  enough jo t-ee that tho ground lie wai  ireudini,' was courtly���������-nf not bob-���������mid  instead oi taking thu resp-.r.-n'^bty -p-  on hlnibPli" doi,i.'������afiF.i An ������n.di������ v.1 o' Vai  king:, before whom b.1 i������id ;uf rep^ri ot  the cointiKiiuL'iit.  Tho raouaroa cut trio no.-'lipn if-ns ia  B Iwinkirig*.    Iio:'*.1:!! i Leb <r:.p:...:   or  de: to Turin rol-ea-iitifc- the .iiajo*" fiom ar-  re:-t and entiroiy oxeuemt'in; r.-.-.i <itt;s,-3  ,uurttr.   Tim?. huW- v-t v,.- tn- - 'lpt'-i'-ii  of only on-'-i-.ilf ot the w.ms,.- :   ;-. ��������� ro-  nifiinin-i   i'".������.-ie'.y   ceni-*>lin d t'i--   b^oiy  )Oimis widow, ftnd the k-.n:{     'it l.v bf  rycio k'Vi'.fr tiiti'r-ii, it.w '>n <)ri|*jr for-  bidding her to aitiro h-^-i-!*' in r- i   <> it*.  CWttune for thi- s-jiici' ���������>{ ".������������������n   ...!-������������������)���������' i*  iuoi.iP-=, fi pioi'ib:ti"i w'ni',  i ��������� ������������������ iu vm  fnt to s-lrirc ii"tni--itif. lit i'"-1 '.*- i.i it |   .i-  C-^'..    Th''prm'.'���������"���������������������������, t'':e:"'"���������   s      /'."!>'  invi'ibic lo tie-^'/���������������������������A iii'pcs >.:    J i,n,  who --*,-".-<��������� went to -  .'ni. "���������'.. 4 -i-.ln'i   '" :  tw  ov tlu-. ,' ll'-H'-f''.a'.y,  drove i r -���������. 'H.."l ai������ ut 'Iv  hint>u������ tj;l cily '  Th- in'i u,.i,inM ���������"��������� r, i. !���������'  ga?'.t.cf '.-a .".'ii'.-n ti',,:.;l  cf '���������...'��������� ;..'."' .i."-i:'h--r''    -. i -, " ''!���������:  ;if( <-,f I-:. ;���������, UMJi *" *- ;���������  '���������'ro'  on.* j..-if.ii*-'; ''i.''. <���������    '-.'.'' ' '>; " ���������'  drt'.'  'A   i"-"d   K" 'i' ���������>'���������'' "     '  l&u:n tint ���������-/���������:,Tfir.--." M' '"'���������-. ,-r .-*, .  on on.- of m-  '-<,':.r   ' .< ������������������ > '."������������������-i   '  cull.;.-'.:!'.-'! l:.-ei'" ���������':'--   '������������������ ���������'    ���������*��������� '������'  ai-'..:, a Ti.������ i :.r.[ ip ; "��������� " ���������  h���������- ''-1"'! *<.iiii:i'f*.riiy '1 i,, . ��������� n :.���������  ]���������,rt by o-i' r ���������," !���������'.' ������������������'" --, ' > '  i"0 '-���������.���������.��������� r'--re ly m.:>>3 i'i ��������������������������������������������� t . " ��������� i i  t' r-:i:u:.ti n <>'. (���������-'*-��������� '��������� ' ' ���������<> ' '''  tra'l.tlOl.al .".otlOIid Of r.ia.r     ' ' .,>'���������'  n:.ni.'bi., -ii.d to havt. ai.ii i i  tv-ioi ,'i to j/'ji.ish muri) vv-  Hire trat.1'*.'!' '-.lor.i'  i   i i   r  tl.' ,:i', '  ,i  ,  , ,.  -.Ll  j"  SfNDMD'S   DIAMONDS.  A    f J " "i ?  *  1:1' A  R T  L" TM  I<' Ij"* Lt" [?  AS RECORDED     IN    ANCiENTs  AND  AJ1    ENGLISHWOMAN'S    SUCCESSFUL  RACING STABLE.   '  -Lnltcr-Vi.y   .-lintis    <.*'--���������..    Blrro   '.TUtiii   *.  aiatuli   Jin   I'.ii>������<j   of   0:<k���������BWiso   o/  Ilto  i.  VTiisiaerJi,!   J! vots  I*(.rJti������r������ri<;������1 t>7 Oiui.to  t>f t'jo I'rcnunt. ,  T'hiivn ofTi-n l;n������fd it nap-ited. Bflys a  writer in thr "K .-.v Vo-"!: Adverti'er, th-^t  Ilia huni-m ^-v*' w������- I'.r-ttfcr.-jrutlt'.i1; in re-  ir;'.rd hi p< r o'lai .,tiu'iKth' und i'divity;  I'liu th" Mien n:*J wi,m ph-'sicill} 'aron;j  ,ir ttmn thu n on of irif,i"h'7n tun"3 In  .������������������_';ri-i.i:;i; tl.ionth tl]f> itcor'i.s ot p,t5i-  lei.-!������ of .inrw.t '*^-t- oo, oio , i n-ivr-. b-jini  iin.tlib'd t v ii'.i'Jio iv.'iic cow'pi.ri-jon bo-  jwwfi t.'i'-> Rirvniv' in. i', oi tii.o" naie iwifl  tl.*:."- ci i\u j i.'i'.er.'t -Ir.j, v-'h.v'n, I Ihjiik.  i-hov.-fi conch: ,:���������.* ->r- inr.i th" j.)-1 h---:'t fen-  c-i.ition aro fiO- :.lu!,.d of r.ny .int'ii *if.c il-  ri't rec.-d o.c -jan find "f bh-' f.-i-'i.-nt.  The idea tL-.t fV. hunun n.co f-- -'. '.vhoio  ih (b .i^ni-r.-ti.ni; is >; ,xi;niif;r 'iiliKjion,  'found. 1 An i;-'.-..aar,co('i|,th*-J'i'>nn-.*itaiid  most uridei.ia'olo f,.i_u,. "Tht. idwi timt  n'len r.ro ! i'i! -.'. e.'I'in /\'.o i~ a mistaken  ono. Th'!.��������� tn- /> iid Kit.n.'" r.'i liuobv-  i:i}- tl.'.t Hisy 'nun of ion1. :��������� ���������.'���������' -.-'���������s ovur  tK-r'.o-.:n,;d .". i.'.u of ���������slions. 1 '. "'vond tho  Jiow-l:. of iho t-trei.L'. rft in,in otfti.-'pro-  r^ns tn.ni }r p-iprhir ^.-p'u.v���������jai H,un-  eon (the .nj-'ii'. .1 c.\' ;voin .in- t1-'" tytijcil  nti',-i,,i* Jiinu, and ii.-.ny v.It fint >��������� it i������i������  crih^) to do'il't hie ch. m to ho tho  HtrO!i.;'P-t jann timt ('\ct Iiv*.1'.. i'ut,  w'l.-it* .'"'it i>' r'*coi('i'"l.-f hi?1. t''ini htwany  uiiiionh:'!'! d"������iiMt - vrtlno r.s ���������'. m" .'tire of  flii'-i.,th: I'e-'nii'.-'l.'.yciiii.j-1' ���������;. ������������������'.: a his .  h-i-id.;. roivdr.-.ii:-. <d-o ki'iv il p-iih liio  bnv hind** n h.vc :������'"'d <io'' - !'*-'', Mi'i-o  did Htch.-.rd C'o-cr dt Ix-on, .vtor-.:itijj to  hihtorv.  ArioVnrr celoliri-tod a'hleie whoil>nr-  is-hoii iibo.u {���������>���������*���������'��������� P. 0. STr-i, JMj)o of Cro-  tour-, n fin.-';1--: town in the Eoutli of  Jt���������1v In hi.- ca'icaipo w-i h,������.va n.Hhiinr  i,. o'nlo'Ll.y which wo'cm i'utrn nny ao-  cni-aly ) if* ^oJLthis u(-.o:..-tn._ JIo w.w  -> li.tor hix ti'.ies Ht.thfi t.'p-r'.pic friiinoV  r.irl air.on^- the things ntiribati'd to him  are the toijov.iug: Bindii.K .".cerd round  hus h'j������d, ho could bze:-.1!: u hy , lot .iniai?  inn breath nnd swo'oin-? ov.t hisveine;  with his oibow rostmg on bin aide ho  d.'-.idd anyei-,3 to ojvjh hi- c).^*--d fi;:;  stiindi.i^ on wi ollr-d onolt he di-Miod anyone to pufh him on' it TV.o li������st is  fibr-or -ioiir-2ii.rio, thp firsi-, two indefinite.  ,';iuu*=on or S.mdov,', of tho proaent day  - ci\n bind ihains around fchttix iinnti. and  by awfllin-r their muscles cf.u bnrqt'tho  ���������chiiin-3 t-i.siiy, which I consider a much  hui.lcr tlr.iiK to do than hi editing v, cord  ���������thfu- would--bo child's r>i;iy for thorn.  ililo wi.s i������Jso credito^i with hnving  cnrried n4-y-.-i.r-oU hr-ifor throiiKli th'3  Sliadnnnjjf'Oiymj*1'-^, kille.t ic witn ,i  blow of his list, Q,ii.l afterwnrd ftte it, nil  on one day. There r.ro sevorni men ot  to-daj who nre credited with the pow������r  Ui kill an ux with tho blow of tlw tiii  Now, mdo-'a tho heifor ww four ti-nce  his own weight, it wm u<^ grwit foat to  carry it, and if it vmj wartimes bib own  wsifftu. tliot. is war, ini!Hw.M.do for bim  to hr.vo ���������.'lion it ir. i. d.vj-, even id lowing  ii \i |.; i I,;,.. v'i:i for ottal. Ail tuo-jo r������-  eon'.-. n-jwovot. htiii leavo u������ ignorant  ol mow '-tron:,* 1'j wr--,.  i.\v .". :-: to nioru r ount titne-s, v%--.- lia-I  Ti-oii-it-i'''op'tnvn an t.n.rl'.siii-.i.'in, wbo  t'sinbr.-o I *.*.-- *-t lT',o.- iU- ws.s about 5  jo ni'n- *- u: ^--Jjrhr, and -weii;htsi in tho  jHi'.-.b   It. **     ���������  <>i    -J"    pi-'tin-'-s.     '!''"���������   W'VS  verr s;rM,_ly *'".u.t T- puia:* i i'e.tts  wtw f i.f > : rt-.u -tr. -./to. i.\. 1 ho iri  th'i r,**t ��������� ���������"*f ."nit,!" th .t totitd i-.-iir com-  pirii 'u -vit'i i".) "��������� ' t' th- v'' .*- ati'd'iy,  lie:-.-r.r- i w-'f Li ��������� -*. i.^er-Js of ri.nl  =t: jiiit'b r (���������'.'. wl ,Nf :.'������������������������ */���������>"��������� a-"-11*^ 1 on  .j ,.' i;f irTPv ^1'.*.-.1 ' '.������������������! w"*"o ; ,;r ii -*1 iy.na  n;'-i;s,i..' p:.'l...'i!',ir, h. iir'Rt r.r.d  i--:t on w. -..:: :���������* ;-:.-- ��������� >._��������������� ".������:��������� 'J.     1'-^-  bi������r.- i^ --t '" .'.t-'^-r "s.-i.'n.' -' nhi-^ft' r  . ..  -i-.V      m     P..-..;-     f.    :>-    t'., !.,    -,---^.!  ���������l^rii V  T,  t>   >  -        .,     I'.'  1       i       ,      ������    * n  i'-tf.r.-,  *��������� ^tt .' h  ; v.'h  .  .-. '.*<,;- mat  i-: ���������*'*., /'i > ...'it'  "a -  ri  i\ Ji1  W- .  ., ��������� ii,1..'  hfiti i  :f '' ���������'. ii  - ��������� . ���������   wiio". r- >t  f." ;i'  i ;> ,loi������  '.',.��������� ;i T"  i'  -o s'/ f  i .,t  pi  .,iv  Sht. I.ovt.-J Horsdh ntui Porsoi:ull> Coii(l:nt-  ed lief tlj������<in titiK I-. oiFerty���������It W"-.������ Sot i  TVrt Wtrli "TIk- l!.'.l DuoliCHt" iJu4 fi i'������J?;S,  Caroline Ajxnc', Dowagor Duchoss *i  Montroso. who died recently, find who  v.-.-.-i known in tho racing woi Id nn ���������'ilr.  Jidiiton," and nlao'as '-The lied Dwell-  csa" li.id boon fur many years a picture*1-  qua lh;nro m tho lifo ot, tho Briti--h  capital and on thu race tr.-ickii throti}-rh-  oi.t l.iifjliui.L Sho trtu.'.ed and r.-.v������d  horses, with much suocors. nnd main-  tin.-iel one of thy finest racing fttabl-j-i in  tlio world, ilie <-nnro niujiacenii-nt boiii^  in her own bundf. From' the iH-piansny  to tbo end of hw Jifo si:o vm ''hors-vy "  ,ic wa-s jiov inf-svly r. f������.d,wiih her. but  :*. ii'.irsuit silo foilowt.l ihrou*;ii tho lovo  ol h(,rni.h. of bettina- and of tiie life with  which uho'wtvS brought in oomuet.  f H������ie wo.* l>)rn m lifti*, tne yoinijiwt  chiUKbter of tho second Lord JUccii-.". and  evon jus a girl showod horlientby ������pr-i.d  in;; more tune ui hor fftiiioi'f> stunk"5  kth.Mj i-i'o did in hi3 houoe. A: tb.e nxto  of iS, rihu Wiis marrit-o ,to Ja:n������_*. fourth  ������)iil<r> oi Uoutrjio, him.-veif a man of  snorting tastfca <md owimr oi s racisu;  ruible Ho v.-aa a?oO< of ilhwtriouo hn������.  tx,:c, boirijf descended from Bnullis'Ii,  Gi.-mnjii, v^ho whs niadoiibaioniii 1 ioi,'  nnd of tho Kro-H Mart-iuit; of Monfro.se, ft.  Biipni-rtcr or Charloa,! Vov 28 yeH-ts  thuy had'ii >nerr7 Eportinpr lite together  and then, in WH, tho Duke d\cd.    ,  Tho insno of tho inAiriago w<w threo  {.'������������������nn, tbe youngest of whom is the pre-  Sfc-nt Duke, and throe dttu,rhiora. two of  wtioiii survive und aro nnirr.nd. Tlio  Ibic:i"ha i.....rri&d affain two ytmrs liit'.r,  Ini' niioi Hiit- eelsotoa wiv, W. B. Storl-  ini^-Oiawford, who wa=. even mr-ro  widely known an & '"hornty" innn tinm  tho dec:.ri Doko. When Mr, "Storiki-r-  t^rawfurd riii.il tti 1833, his- -vhJnubia  stable ynif-'-Pil iuio isia widow's potbt'eKioii,,  and Hi-s a, oiu.vs dt<uds>d to coiiliutio il?  sjcd to raoe , licrsw berdolf nndwr tho  namo oA" "Jir. Stanton." Thai pat-ii-  donym kxis bf-oantG, fainonis, beo;..UM>  inoft i>��������� hw horiseiv p������t������ tfotvi ones- and  wou ft kir^o pwoont-rt:^*1 o.f tho \-ncfiH in  which they wer? oowrwl/ "When tlio  ho**bi s t*vm Tuotgoo-S "M.r. Han ton" bad  hies.  Tho Duchefsa, lumicli&<.l forgoo.-! in heir  new cjircor,'in.'rflp o .practice of r.ttond-  inp'ail the bor**wi salon nnd recruited her  Msbloa witli yoarllnea thnt sho bought  r.t low priced, Bbo devclnpw.1 inftny  l><i<h-e.lft3*5 horse* tn this war. Sim  sni'^iinto'.i'io'i- hor stabloa porponn.ilj;  r.nd lournci to Bwonr roundly as lbo  jnen when thc-v Ju������tfL*wtsd tlion-work or  din not do it jtcos���������rly. In tlio paddock  awl j.: tho judfloe* c-taad, r*ha wixj f-lso,  nble to hold hfsr ewti, and tha public  disputes in wnidi she cwuia ol? victorious were many. Shs' "wrh ftfrnui of  neither jockoys, trainers, bookuiuki.-rs  nor judges, and she was nerer back ward  in e.-> yu-fisiiiij h������ opinion of  them  if ife  W.Hi.-, Fre<I Archor wns n������ the holirhft  of bin popularity as the firut jockey ia  Eusl-ir.d, the Dtichesn took him up i\nd  bteiiuo very intimate witn him. It  wa*i even f-iid she w������a goinir to innrry  hirn. V.ith other woll-known jockeys  A,!H3 wns idso oa 6ho cJoieHt terms, and  sh.. found tn.-ich'ontortAininunt in their  5 i.-.,-*-v. For nven who could not talk  ' t.orso." she hiid no considordtion whfit-  cv*.r Ar tho triick she sohloiu doigned  to tutor tho sp-and stand. It wiwj in tno  ;yvi,ii/������: - tbet ane wiw most At home.  In l'>^, .Sterllnit-Crswford havina  ben '/.--(i.i foi five years, the Dnchcpic  ���������took her third hnifbfind, "Mr.ivns I-fenry  Sli.n-'-r. a j-'^ithnbnntoue tnird hor age,  x.-ho i?.v a follower Of rfico-trnokfi bo  ca'"������.->o 'imv dciitrbte'-l him., Siw ippoar-  '..": vury devoi-hl tiy i>oc yoitn^ hunb.-Mid,  .t-id ihc- wii1; into .vvdt-ty togpthtr ao  ij...v.n trmt p-x>iT2.e thought the I>.;chess  ;:'<, ^oiii-: to gii'rt up raccin.-, but  wl l*.i. r.''- r-m tit< hori������-fi in Mr Milncr'H  r.-ic'i, r;...- ptiii to-pr, up her per-^inai nu-  \?i\v<s*\ At tlvi "na of r,iir;,e yonrtt,  th"U- v���������' t\ i.-iarMi Mid c low-.-i-.li. tho  ii.;, *���������,rl^���������l cla.tp.f\g thiit her bu.,!*ni:d had  iais������;,.*ti������.^"d ct -xti* trying v. uilsuaan.  V  'AhV '"���������'op1 r'.y.  i:. ir^ i f.nr*," <j. tlw hr-arinff in tho srd*  u ci.wj'm n; tJi.-JS alu������ h.-vi ff-ttled ^i0,000  rt v-.-lt "ii .'-iiiM'v ������������������},(. thfi time of th') fliur-  .'i.;-. Tl." D-.icha-* h.vl an iri'vara- ol1  ���������>,*<i';*: fi'i'ii'/U/wr. o.>smi-,ti-i*/ 'nine''  H.'.I-, ���������  W   THE   ISLAND   Or   JAVA   WAS THE  teLiTTtRiNG VALE.  i, i  l ,  t ��������� i  -ii' i  I'll  !.-  '���������  .. .  i i  .. l.ai". ���������������"  ���������Pit*. In-  '/. 'A n, a.lp  i.-i' , .' ~n i  .������-.:������������������ v1 d  ,r i'i*.,-- a"  "'  ;    i . :>  r,;, , .. /���������  ���������',���������   i.'    i   i  t l-.vir from tl' lYa ,.ln.HO  ���������.vi,-.'... ,:A i ;r'w f. >rt '^i!'j .M-" ,:-"-< i A'i%  "r^' .rd i<-" iw.r -Vii^ iidd'd '.o th.u*  L..-������"J. h; I .,.ni,onnli 'i"f \if,rui * won  , ; t.-> >''.'���������/ .'.-i'l she ^'���������iikh hh- ���������/> fn l>t't-  in ^ .'-ni tin'ii. Jfiwiioy nui t?>roti^h  iiiT fi.' ," t- i.-o- m. -W. h'W.'v,*?, ami  '^���������'.'^ r"'',' X'i fT">.i fs't '-f th- :ar-.iu-  '< - tf������' "   '* i.' ' Htj>bi' , de lnvd * .it..������ -.hat  -1.  e>;,'-ct-l Vi  ' -- .v, -'. * ri  *i .ii-   "i'i������iii..ic l,f ".  On������- cf tie- I oys of n, lor-.liio f'4iii'l������  hr.o Ij'C! l!i-if.-uct<i'l by ,ii ' n r 'o  \snic r'.i ".nay A r-itivr ,i ��������� ' ; -ab  rid b'-.-n trivn) hnn mi'i ic l".d  bd'-.'i r'f'-licl to tli'j di'1' ',, ur/ If.*!  ol'l-jr iirot'i.or ii.i/J promi- ��������� -., if .'' *"-������m  ptisttion v.".-4 Kf-'di h'i v/'iniii " r ^o ,t ',n  tin- iipowi't.-r. TiieluM f-ii',-. w.nit  \a> thu "'a ci-.:. ������ry r.n'l Jon . 1 ''i'' ���������'���������'-'1  ho was l'*-.������!ii^' for. and  u/i b r it :���������< ';'<���������>���������  Utll'IJ   lf,t������t ^I'-t -.llitl'd   til"   r-l   I'Jl ''t       J-f'i  '..,:.s,.:. ,l- . nf'   tlio   i-i.ort,    h- .'���������'.-��������� -r,  t/>  coo-.- nej <j..f';.iii.in, "ni h*' ii1'   ''���������! c.p his  ���������loi'icr'n   ' !i i .���������(',    n'"1    f'i|.  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P 'I'.I "Il       iC'Tl-  if jitn't   I \rr,r,   u,  F >ti'\     /'.i'i 'it    C <  ;: ,:       i      i  ii i      <'  jli<  I.:-    . i       -i,i  3. ..-i, ��������� ' "i   ,   "���������.     '      -'   *' '  I      -        i I .     ��������� ', i ' '    ' '      r,     .  I '.    ' ,-Lll'l  '  . ',,   IJiOl',  'l     'w.   v/,,j ,, ,  r.iii������ -i:i������,n. (Kr.  ���������I'/dr.Wi,   )./i*vy   yon  I'///-, child'    '/('"i *r'i rioti-f'1'!  Ki.inifi*   yi/vif*.,   -[-a,   1   fdll  Into tlio  ' vVh*M Vi/lt!i yf/or iw"^ fnr^xif^a  niil"  "I didn't /<i*v> t-lmo, f<\ V> Vt.\-o 'urn  <,{?.'"  'lit  H Itfrrt/**!   3*r^f*,j*in.T^^.  V/i*nt V-o/r hiw holixyl you nxAlY* ir*-  qnir"i Miwi rjobloi^h  >V:i'!   ,-i'l^r   Io.ih;   thfin.^lit  t*>iolly r<>-  ,0,   1  "*���������(/ w1' of ������lii!(ii';i'ili ; r.j^-.ni'."-,-r  "r"l  WSiero   Jba   "/imWhii   Nights"   9������.JV<w  U  i  Supposed to Httio found  MU yortonev  At l^wsi tlif I>������Jci*!fitlo*a Knrule T.Ibo HU  ��������� yiittia.l's n S-iiloi* Y***���������..  Tho spot which inspired an &nony-  inous author to hold, schoolboys spellbound for {.������������������''neratioiis pasr, to writo a  roinniicfa wliich will probiiblj' survive  ior cf-iiturie3,to come, whore the ecrib-  blor cf u^o** ago dropped the world-re-  nowtied Sindb.id tho Sailor from the foot  uf his fcbiiluiis bird, hits eror bcieu a  subjoct for irr.ive controversy. ' '  But ths ancient mariner who contributed to the "Arabian Kight.s" tho ntarfc-  liiifj ttcry of Sindb.td'a M-svcn voyng&o  uitiflt fcurely have vifdted tiio island of  Javn, in-tiio ������:iitc-rn Archipelago, and.  mtido it the f-cene ot hia second ��������� advont-  i:re, Ample jiroofs of its hx:ality O-dafc  in tlio (inocdoto iti-elf.  Tiie very mil troo by tho eui-Vhoro up  which t'.iu forsaken nailer cliiubod, tho ���������  "very deep valloy surrounded on all  Fider. witli mountains of groat height,"  the air "ijrowiuir suddenly dark, aa if  obscured by a great cloud." tho arrival  ot the merchants in 'quest of precious  HtoncR, the enormous nerpents, and even  iho colcii'-al bint its-df, allowing for  ponrio Jicenpo. all point,to tliii place a3  the Hoc.i-co of thu author,'? in������������������piration.  Hero the i-nakcM seem almost big  eiioiijrh to |'swallow ������n el'lj)haut with  east;," and coodorsor eagles whioii proy  ou ihe-n could, by a little strrtehin'f of  an Or.eiital nnagin:i;ion, be oaiJly ex;  ������pa:.de.i luto the prodit;!oui5 proportions  | ol tlie roc. Khinocero.-ea and di-pbaiits,,  j int1*-,tinned in tho nsrr*itive. still inhabit  tiie it land, ind tho '"troo wliMtco ClUii-  p'.oi ".t fstr.'.irtnd" iKOf coze mow strowtii.  J3ut the iiKimondi*-! are not here. Siti-  tud jirobably "salted" ithnt nun velloua  mine ut hit. Andtnittis a p'rocobB not  siitoufolhcr unknown in tho island.  ���������"HiLi vuicanic volley is prosaically  known as ti.o Broino. ft is bitunted'in  tlio l^Obidency of P-asocr.">ewnn, about  S (.'r'.y n journey ���������from the ivort of that*  nm.'i', ou the Kiver OeuibotiK. which  Mo-iv:-. int<i tho fitraits of Madura. It;' id  ui tho unclht of fi rst-ngo of thirty six  iofty mountains, eleven of which aro ao-  tnally volcanoc*, atid w"uo������o highest  pe.vs.s ore tr-cinaroc and Ai.ihiiuieru.   ,  bttirly poriiea and coolie gnidoc aro  provided for tho auibitioni- visitor who  would penet'rato ' thia wilderness of  oruptivo ami awo-lnspirinjj nature, Bui  tho jonruoy is oo arduous, and tho dazi-  ���������.-ers aruan.T from tho erratic, f.ery fur-  oacoH and0tho avahiachod of lava which  Ki'f.iud hO k1"<>!1';. thsifc one' could almost  wiih' lo.lo b.-.ri.o to the interior tied to  tiie leg of a giant bird, aa wr<s'the horo  of tho "Arabian Knight-:."'  ��������� Tho early part of tho trip, over the  fertile     plain:?     around   Paiiocroewa.n',  through tho tropicftl. yot bracing at-  moi-phnro. rodoiout of thoaweotpernuno  'of tno metati, tho favorite iiowor ot the  JftVam-Po, 1b as delightful as tho later  h"iTOis aro appalling. "Well tept roads.  tr<������veri-e the outer mountain."!, and for  honra the ji.'th.iH surrounded by coffee  nehih which perhaps are rightly claimed  to bo tho rieiiost in tho world.  Those extend to on altitude of 3.000  foot; then commences a. sonca ' of for-  es:& and j .n.tle.s htor.u-ly aiivo with  g-iyly colored birds and chaltoring big  bliok . iiiOtikoys. Under tho gnrdiitiu  '"pi-tlm tioes fiid tho tall, waving bain-  bivw. fully eighty foot in heiifnt, and  uund tho ra-ikaud prolific and-n-t;rowth,  {dephant" and rhinoc-oii crush their w������,y  wr.ii ti.'.iini'iring tread, while <i^"rc,  li.irts Usui v. iid swine btealthiiy creep  ftw.iy at tho approach of human in-  tnnlera.  Alter .a five hours' climb a cliff ie  i-onehcd, whn-h afforil.M a enpo.-b retro-  tpoc'tivn panorama of tho plump, beneath  und shortly after thij the Uiv-t glimpse of  Sindbad'u Valley of Dittinonds and its  do'idly suriou'idinKa, breaks upon tho  view, 'Tno Broino lit a at tho cttremo  i������nd hi -���������>. niinir.tnre desert of wordiing  sand, some 'hroo or four miiSA in dia-  ���������Tifter. Around this n*������l nral arena rifio  iya'1,'1 from ten to fiftooit hundrod feat  in height, and away boyoiid the.JO tho  uiajulic pf-alcii of t'no volcanic range  bit their howls into tho bright bluo,  cloudless sky. ������������������  'l!'o thu liis-ht is Som.'irnc, fully M,000  feet huh., rising miijo*itio.iiUy from its  'o:f"H coviiK'il tiideti, with it.s lino Rrtvy  j.ointi'd ct-ne towering abovii all other,!,  h: .lyi-nne'rv and shape it in an ideal  volci!,'). ''OfinniK proud and poacofnl,  but for th'i little wiiito clmid it purt'������  fiom l"i uuinmit fan into tho borono nt-  l.n-bpher'i ��������� vry twu or th-rr-o minntCM  ,ifi.l i/.-bie!i !��������� din of tho holliKh flros n*;<-  uif< ir. j'h 1. com.  To   tho   I'i'l, tovv,'-.rdH tho I'robolin^o  jifoviiif-, or ' rir-,td'".e.v," ip   n mounter  .i.n'i.'t i'������n, iv lin h hn������' Ui'jn cleft in twain  ' ur.' liii'".i*i   forth   lire,  l/iva and rocku  ��������� . ,M-i"mu vllv-. 'ihin di moil in a nonreo of  I 'or.il ui* d'iii������i r On June l<> lf,'i.', it  ' !.i-l fV ..ii"[,-il u'i m:i)i,','imnt nul'iro aud  ' fii.r.'ifiiff'o to sh( d   d> ,it,i   and d'sstruc-  ��������� ���������������; ii, ,,.: ; li :h'< co.intiy ,uoimd t>n t'nat  I o ' *i������ im "i 1'iltaiif.f n'-ly With a ternblo  ' .-ii'i.fj'. .; ,. .1 h' ft b-i bi.i'.v .-./id bo-  '��������� i ,vir *h' hi'.'i'i 'Mid pi ipoliiiil appiO-  ' ��������� i a .on ui t!," mii .mlantM '1 ho Hud-  ,d,'" t ,. ,1 do- di ie-1 tn prev.nh.il upon  i i i v. ���������' i' i .!������������������!! i.'y. I.von the J3ruiliO,  | ,hi'*. i. an t ".ii,i-t cr,it'-r, they ap*  I ;.r i.'-!, in fi'irari'l tn /nblnn;.  I      W ii'-u ti.1  '.'. itf.i    h,w   fb-'i'icidt'd  tho  . ,'.lrn>*t   |   '.; ������������������ e'lfiiiar   if,'--!-1   which at H  ' l.r.-:1!! "���������     ���������''>> f" I ''urio'ind ti,   insular  il.v it, 'piiii    >'.   family   al   -uii'dier \ol-  cm >" ar"  ob'terv d.   Miiould"! in.< in n  (���������tie t port,   of    ."ay--mtlin^   in a cirt'le,  '���������..llVll  /  Ml"  pl|l.- of    pf,|C'l,     HO  I','  "pi nk.  j-i-i! ,, ���������i.i.. of tho hiteit powers I hey  <,fiid >^ .I inn .I'd tho an.ny ten ', ( :s ''''"/  p. si'>il.f,.il> di'pl.iy ni.iKirf ri'.'1 ���������",.��������� .i-,'ion  jn;< initio 1 ut ;iii'.'*-.!'.n'. Ono c.wi v������ll  . vulley of (i*;,i,:n".'el.s bt'lii'i  -nib   gii.'Wly   S' Illinois i������  could poFsibly be miatabon for din-  moiidp,1 but there is a tradition, among  the fo-f rpiraminir Bn'idbists, who ,hve  ncii/oy. unit Arab traders iu years past  vioi.ite'd tbi-v Bucrod spot, v.-hich is still,  held in superstitious awe. and that their  mi.-siou w.is to procure t.ief'treasurep it  held W'hethor they did this by moan3  of raw beef aud roca ia not known.  The walls of the "Bromo, in common  with many volcanic mountains, aro of  lava-basalt rock. This ha.*i broken and  crumbled away, strewing the floor with  chrystu'lino fragments, which Rlearn  and' glitter in tho equatorial sunlight.  These may have been aeon by the intrepid traveler who pos-fribly accompanied  a band of traders to its "brink, and ho  inn-sinned them diamonds. Hence hi3  ' atory, which has corao down to postor-  ity. ������  GLEVEE' BLOODHOUNDS.  ,TME SMART   WORK-DONE BY  THEM  UK TRACKING CRIMINALS.  ii:i.pi. ,'������i' 1 i  u nd..'1 by  In th     I  -  vjl'      ill "I-,'.Ml J  -C   .,-'  .lei.  Or   ,.i ,-.  r,o   o'.-n--.  i:.t;   tjit  *d    Xnrt������ue������   oi  ������:o   Ton-y   a������saiwfeal>lo  Sn&naitf ot, Oio   Aolmnla   ia  FolIowlnK  ei������e   ������klli   of   tbo   Vlnvlitg    Me������ro<���������������  Jnilo'e Blu-r-roloua WoA ,  ' Bloodhounds, oro coming to bo consld6re<3  iu tho Bcut.'i an iii.linponsiible to the J(com-  plote .'quipmt>rit of a good police depnrt-  ���������oieiit. Time wna vrhon suuh brutoa weio  thu torri v ot tno ao^ro ������!avo, an 1 tho ^ani-  mrd'-- doop-toiied, dibinitl howl na it soonfc-  ml thu troinblm-^ dinky in thu thiokot wan  tu the lleuiuij rtlavu'moi;s ominous of ovd  nnd moro ih-nnd<*i thuii tho nhiirp cry of  tho "p-iti-iob'" in pursuit, or tho crock of  bis piidol. To this day oin.' of tho favorite  uongs of thfl old-tiinu doiky au ho moveu  about bit win V in:  ��������� Hun, nl/fter, run,  , Or lli.i l,.nt������i,-".lo will Volfih J'i>'.  Dut tho pntorolo, or, ia correct KngliHli,  tho pntroi b'ia (llnappeured with alavury,  to bD *fei)l'������'0'l by the modern policeman,  wiio, r.s'iidt'.-d by thy bloodhound in another nnd more'lawful -md hnmami oupn-  bit)*, now chivat'S ctimin.da rather than  nlnves, Tho mout -.���������aleLir.-.tdd and niont  valuabl'j blooilbound in tho nouth is owned  by Putrohunn l'hippu' of tho Chattanooga  jx>Uoe dt'p'irtm������-nt, nnd iii usod oohitiintly  by tho duijiirtmout In oh.viiug oritain>il������  s������id vannhiK ttittui Jo tv.rth. Thin annua.!  h&s Uw muisauiniug r.a������io of Judo. Jiido  Jo only eighteen mout ha old, but  hur reoor-d is inoomparnblo. Sho i*  4wenty-������!x iuoliea hi({h' oni wid'ghs  siity-fonr' pounda. An ' hi nil blood-  hoandrt, the animal's car? aro her inost  pronnnont eharuoti-riatics Tlioy uro  twei.ty-fonr inchon lonij nnd flap aUiut the  head lu n. mout reiunrkiitila niitiuier. Jade  bait ilono !<otno mnrvoloua work. Sun will  iftko s irnil twenty-four bouiB old and follow ii with" oo������\ A fnw Any* :������K������ the  polioe d������i>'*.rtmcnt eiuplovod a nox'*o t������  run throu^li the,Tr<x>d*i and ' flelda of Hill  City, a suburb of Uhatt.tuoo^u, tor the  pnnio-v of givim; r. public on ioition and  d.inioi-iH'-intum of tho diis'a sin^in.-.ty. A  lni(j������ orottd.witnoiweij the run. A ft or iho  na^ro lind b'-on givim twenty minuboa'  start tho doj[ w������������ put on tlio trull Tho  nt-si-To Imd Skvii luhtraotoJ to t.-iko n route  .ibntlt; ������. mil'1 iu loiiKt'a,' which oiiolod nnd  doubled ia) that ur-aily ovory foot of tho  ground could l>o Been by tlio spcotflioiu,  vrho \s-tTo standiuif (iii a littlo knoll.  When tho ueyio hud Iwou t;lv011 '1!l-f *  ���������mill) Hturt the dog wns turnvd looso. Tho  BiiKiw.ions brut<* at ouco took the iicout mid  ������w.iy a he went with her nos" to the ground,  yelping ������* overy jump, ulowoly followed  by her owno** and tl.o Louisville C.uiner-  Jonrnara c'lrrefi^udont. On went the do������  until ii innv\ wiw renchvd. Ou the other  aide w.ts a broad pike. At that point tho  doij lout tho truil for n meiUfiit, made a  quick circuit and hoou found it, Dt.^itinsj  out again i������t a moro rapid jwica thun bo-  foro. After miming about ono lnm-  dri-d yards r.ci'oei: an old oornft'-ld sho  suddenly turned to tho loft in i-.n entirely difforenb iHrP-i'ii-m and innda for  the river, still jrivinij forth h'.-i "harp, but  s-rttlior muuiojJ bark. Iiuttaiilti-; thu river,  Judo v������o along lw bank for i* quarter, of n  mile or mora, and, without nuothor lcxw  of tho trn.ll or a mouu-n 'rt booitatioti,  bronchi np nndur n lnr|������o Nyenmoro tree,  whoro, nit-da;* down uiiou luir hnunehos,  sho bt'Hjau to buy loudly In evident .s.nlu-  ftvetion. Hcatod r B<.ourely oniom*; tho  bmnchoa of lh������i tree wais the n������*;ro, showing hie tov'fcii iiinbroiid grin. Ho vvna  told to coino down nnd tho doj; wouldn't  injuro him, hut 'ho hadn't -/ot hi^ toot on  tho ground bi.-foio Jnilo mado r. ihwh for  him, and the way ho shhmed hm-k up that  tr<>o wiw ii caution.  Aftar thin Y������ry FHicoOrioful ohiwe tho  noccro wan inatrnctod to run acroHii a com  moil ovor vrhioh rully one thoiwund por-  j-.ins h'.d pn>uio.l (luriiifcC tho <!<,)' gulni; to  nnd from a uhootlni; match. 'L'iih wua lo  Bhovr that tho doi/ would not (��������� How n.ny  trail eroepf the ono (^ivon hnrat tho flt irl.  A i.hort time ftftor the Htm t tho ne^ro  jumj'i'd a 'A-id'i ditch nnd H took Judo  ���������s'jVi'ral iDiuut'jf. t<i ftml tlio trail on tho  other nidi1, but nho found it by pur*������iiti������nt  noiim-/, aikI dunpilo tin. fact that tho rrst  of tno j/rumid vr.m cuveri'd wit'i niiwly-  mndo tiMiilt'i of hmulrmlH ni p-'isoiiH, tho  iiiiiinni iiovnr wnv.'i*" 1 atu-r that fliitil i,he  trend th') D0({ro rt|/r.in nooiil r. (jiniri( r of a  mi!i< sto, Jn ffillu'viiiji' hia trail tho doir  i,in,i'(l ������'iV.Tiil other n.'j(ro<������, n.it did not  pay tho nhwhtei't utiiuition to thoui.  A    J-lltl'l   O'lI.T.'.K.  SVbih' tin- li.ilel ),iopnet('r in Otnarla  w/ntuH "I'i'i't biow out tbe Ka-J." Iho  notice f'/'\.id at the risoit holeli in  Mexico lniii' as i'ollowK: "'I'luie is n  ln.ittir to wnich the limsi'ii.'.'iiient ro-  i.j,", tlnlJ-. de-vin1 to cad tin: ill- !i;i;3Mii.di-  ed ,i',i' mo.i of tho ^itestn who exceed-  in.'lv iio'ii-i1 t'io hotel with trn-ir pres-  ������,ii e In.i-.ioiich as many hv-'n h.ivo  ben l"-t afori'ti'ue throii,;'i the inad  vi rieiiey or appro!!o'.iM'-i'' cm l'"vi������i-'s  of per*-or,i 'vi.o h-.v-o, lu^lc'.il ot tui-oin^  *-,(,. <��������� i ill ' i.'.-1 cock attvb -'1 to Mi" u; .->  b.iiei ������������������ ��������� ��������� i' h ni- '��������� fioir t !,f i' '���������'���������. ���������!' ,."-  jt, ,l ; . ii* ��������� '" "ii'i'.. I'iri "i "'" tii ' . - <i J j  ��������� w .- ,;i, .id'.-..lly ile.".,1 ny ti.' m.iua^----  Ui'lo./' etc  ^1E. AND MES. BOWSES.  A BRIGHT CHAPTER CONTAIMIMG 30  Mu4t/T������S OF FUN.  '.The AniJmUIe Couple ImlnlRB hi I* Spu-lllntf  Mutch Th������t CiHiwwTroiilile-Sooni o^ t!*"2  "Kxiiinplen"���������Uo Only Ss>������Us -"i-ki-ee Out  of Four."  "Well, hy Oeorpo.' bnt -irhat s' w������������������  that was," exclaimed Mr.' Bowser im he  looked up from hi3 papfjr tho other  evening. , '       ,  '���������What is it, dear?" queried Mre. Bo-w-  <   L  nor.   ���������  "Why. a husband and "wife living ki  Iowa attended a spelling school. It  tfceius that, siui iipelled hirn down, and  lie wufa to mad about it that after hi*got  horn's he killed hor." '   i  ���������    "J- it pri-Miile.-''  "If [VI heen a neighbor of that man, ,  do you know wiiut i'd havo done? I'd  h.ivo i-eoii that he wits strung up to .t  ,nnb before tho ofGcOrrt of'tbo h-w -,'ot  hold oi him. Where's tho dictionary?"  "On the'lower shelf of ttio bookravik.  in tho library. W'hut word is it you  want io hudf'  "I j a.-!: thought of romothin,^.' Wait  a minute.. Xuw you take tbe book a.id  :dvo mo a lol of words to bpuli. 1 don't  claim to be way up in ortnoe-r-iphy, but  1 scr.ipo ah aie witli uio.-a of 'om."  "J-'lease let ii K������ till Home ot.'ier even-  mi;," replied jfrh. liowi.er, l'uliy rouins-  ii.g wli.jt would be the renult.  "r-Ti-ve. .niiid abo.it some othor oven-  h.g.    I .r*-el purtiouhirly  go.'d  to-suy.'it, <  and I'li i"'t   vou two   to ono   that   vou  doi.',t o nch :no on any common   word."'  "151.1 il .' do, won't you "  "Wli.t'.-i the matter with you? It's  f'ome to a ].'.'etty p.;**,o when you audi  c.m'i -iit fo^othor foi .halt au h,-ior v,".t:i-  out u, row. Hold on.' Ii! jtivj '-oil'it)  woid.v, nnd thonyou may K'.ve me jo 1  .Mi,ill b-j.ii you war out of ->i,'i:i:. nut,  \se'ii o.iiy !aui;h over it. All ready now.  At. a flaitsr I'll ������ivo you ���������car.in-Jt y/','  M!:'s. i'.owaer upoiled tho worn (;ori'i oily, and he sicippvi aboiu to "l-ilURpii  those," "fpagyrist." "rondeau." - viua.nt-  t.itivo" and vneioas other word.* w.tn a  catcli ia rbeuu Whon lie 'n.ni lini.-iH'd  v.".ih thu 20 woiihi, she had mi'-1..?., tnreo.  out ho'patted hor on tbe bhuinder and  6*.id i  "Yon needn't bo  ashamod of that ro  core. my. dt-ur. , Kow you tnhi������ *ho botik  ,Mid giv-o i-^ti iA\mo  royular old sonkdol ,  Li;o.-3, and  if I  don't  make  oid  Jsoal*.  uW'eJis.o1- l.iok pain thou I'm ������ :ioi-t."  ifrt-. 15.i\������sor looked all iwo.>..d in a  hi-'l,.i1.0',������ w..y. but as thoro *ru.i '.u nwauo  '.ei- tui'ie.l o*"er the kv.'.-o..-. and jj*.iv������ out  ihe w.ii.l ^"piiiuovili.dly " JJi. -'.oWher  ;u<JM.''il it, witii a s.mle of i.eil-conli- '  n'luu our, miatiod. She thon'<av;o l.im  ������������������piousill.1.il." and ho mih-jed a<;,iiii. lie  hit ���������liia.i. iner" all' viftht but woul ail  to t,Kjc<'.. ou "ine\pliv.aodity.";   ���������  '"Yiji: Ji.lvo iuissoil tlnoo out offoin."  alio Miid. ' 'out it you wich to "    ,  "Thrie ont of four," ho shouted as ho  niritck '.ii favorilo attitude. ".Yr������.  iJowsir. don't try to make out. inat I'm  a in it 1 may havo K������t a!i-;h!ly mixed  i-;h):: teat lin-t word, ay I hMln't .-eon ir  for "nrce or four dayij. but 1'know 1  spelled the othois oorrootly."  She 'cn'-v he hadn t. but she let it go'  and :-,ave him   "hunioctaUO'l,"   "fosiili- ,  lerein" and "oataolvsm."  'You liii-cfti them all," sho said ivj  bbo clo-'ed tho book. ,   ,  ">\ Inil'    I niishod ovory onof  "Y(.',i, il.-.ir. lor. mihsod i-it out of  B&vcn winds, but you needn't  i'eel "  "Six out of uiivoti woku' Never!" ho  iihonti'd ,.s I.i-. earn jjrow fioiy led. "1  may havo mixed that fust word, but as  for'tbo otli'-'i-b I know I had Vin rij;ht.  Why, w.iiiiL'.n, do you '-nippos'j I w.-.d  born in si i.wi.mp and bronnhf up in a  burn J Tii it's tlio wny with you. if'wo  ovor hlait cut to havo a ploneant evon-  itiK. yon hunt for somo oxonao to sjKiil  it."  ������������������you don't want mo to miy you spoiled the words right whon you didn't,' do  yon','" -jho naked  "But 1 did apoll -'om right," bo persisted. "You worn simply determined  to como ovt ahead on tho record, ilrs.  llowncr, I am thnnkful that the Lord  did not make me with your disposition."  ' I have to decide according to "Web-  utor," him tjuiotiy ror'liod.  ' And who ia Web-tor'*" ho loudly do-  mantled, "llecau-j.; old Koah Wohfrlor  won tat it 'ind collected n lot of wordi*  and apcl'i' 1 them to plcriMi iiiinBelf. does  it folio*.*.- that bh) .-ijiidlin^ it correct?  Have Iho rest of its jtot to follow him  like it fleole of fchoop? 1 say I yj^lle.l  six of those right, "Wob.-iter or no Webster!"  "Rut vou paid I jriiuHod thr.Ki. Why  don't 1 elairn I spelled tho whole SO correctly?"  "Aa a fact, Mr. llowaor, m ������ nmttor  of truth and fact, you liilsaod about 14  Moidn. but J didn't want to hurt your  fcciiiiKti. If you hadn't betiayod your  ���������jp.duitit fu-litiff, I shouldn't havo said a  word aho'tr it 1 know, and yii.i know,  timt i can "p-Ol -h> word" to jour one.  But we'll e-id the umt'.'n- li^ht hero."  "You 11.14i.t. try again. 1 think you  wei e a lit ��������� 1" excilud."  "Not another try. When you paw me  f,j('lini; :<o d nature! and ininpy. you  iiiiule np-, our mind to Bit dov. u on mo  and-poil the ('.veiiiru,'. You i:,tv" &uc-  .���������fjO'ted I take back what 1 '���������iii'i about  ln.it Iowa b.i-jhivnd I cm no-.v n.i !cr-  dI'ui'I rhit some f-ort uf a loiv-.iown  ti K'k v.*,i* phiyfd on liim, and the man  ft ruck borne. Excuse nn,, Mi-b. l:o\vs.er,  i.u: 1 ha.-C Mime wiitiny to d" in Iho  Iiiuiuy, IT 1 iVuoulitn'f sse you -'nd old  Xo.di We .'tera^niu tliis fveiii'ie, I hid  you g.-jod-nigtitandploauant c're-.ma "  M. (,,'t.AH.  Tin-Moi ii������r. ol C.'Ukii.  First .fi.dire (baby show) -'.Vt.o ir. tho  ijictbc "I mat'sii.mlly br.it ?  '-/.���������." ���������'! -'" ' li'.e ^'lri I nj'i'.h. 1 think.  I b-1 ml '   - ���������>! O-'k '>-' 'ni'ii M   "' ' ',': ii : "'  "'   -,-(   "    l.ll'i     " fiW "t.''���������   l'h-'.V        i'-llli  V, ���������-..-i-.ly. ���������      ,

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