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 VoL 2.���������No. 48.  W^STOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., MAflCH..21,,'18%  $2.00 a Year.  > HALYCOH SPRINGS HOTEL ���������  Arrow Lake.  TS now open at those Celebrated Hot;  X Springs for tlio accommodation of guests.  Kate* $1.50 to $2.50 a day. Baths 25 cents  eacb or flv'o for $1. Special rates to f.iimlie-  or by tho mouth can be arranged.  -    Dawson, CraddocU & Co.  .<R. TAPPING, ,  Contractor "and Builder  ' '  0  ,   .,-,.  -r-s lMlKl'AUKD TO KST1MATK on building*.  I" Mans ami ipccillciti...,, furnW.ed on up.  plication. ' Dialer iu Sash au.i Diwrs.  < Boats for Saloan'd MUdo to Order.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A.F. & A.M.  Tlio regular meeting  un-lmld i" 11'������, JIlls-  iiiiiu'feniiilc.Uoui-nc's  Hull, on the third  ���������Muiiiliij- in each  month at 8 p. m.  Visiting .brethren  cordially welcomed.'  JI. K. SM YTHK. Snc'iiETAUV.  REVELSTOKE L03GJS, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  >V^'^ o'clock.   Visit ing orothcrs  .*-.,  ���������������*.*?- ItcgularniCftings are held  /^i������a������:1H   iii Od.ll'ollows  Hall every  ~*$i_--i-''i:  ;r<s&-  'cordially welonmivl.  0. 1.IKD51AUK. N.������.,   K. 0. I-EW1.-5, Sr.c.  J. R. HULJL&OO.  Wholesale    and   Retail  BtrTOHERS-  purveyors of'High-class bleats,  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Atforders in our lino will be promptly  attended to.  'furniturk,  Doops, S'ashss I Blinds.  :o:-  Ra howson,  .     ��������� ,,      REVELSTOKE. .,.    ---  COFFINS  CARRIED' IS   STOCK.  *     **        ���������������������������  AOKKT KOR JIXGEE BKWIXa MACHINKS.  Loyal Orango Lodgo Ko. 1658.  lluijulnr im-'Miisgs, are held in  the Odd Fellows' Hal! on the  soooml iind fourth Wce.w -days  of ca'-.h monlh nl, /:.'." V- j";  Visiting brethren are i-m-di.UIJ  t sri'hu. -j. i. wooDitnw,  \VM. , !''���������>'��������� ht!U>''  A. McNEIU  '  "sAI-tSBB SHOP AND BATH ROOM,  . Vf>>n r, Si rent, I!evolstoko.  Haircut, 25c;  Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for $1.00.  ,' ANOTHER BRIDGE ACCIDENT.  j h  Two Workmen on the Columbia River ���������  Bridge Seriously Injured.    '��������� _ '  Anothor set-ions accident occurred  on the construction work of the new  C. P.'K. bridge across the Columbia  river ut this point last, .Sunday, but,  happilv, unlike the previous one, has  not proved fatal, though at first grave  doubts were entertained as to, the recovery of the 'victim, 'Murdock >.c  Kne, a young iir-ln well and favorably  known around here, who has been a  member of Alton's   bridge   crew   for  !jf\til'ill   IlKIIltllS.  It appears thai   while   at   work   on  tliu bridge last Sunday, McRrio lost bis  balance ."and    falling   .about  ' lo    leet  struck   on   his   head.    His   comrades  lost no.tinm in rendering the necessary  assistance and a physician was soon on  the spot.    The injured   man   was   unconscious, but .-in examination failed  to  disclose any fracture of the skull,    llu ,  was removed to the home of his brnt'.ier- I  in-law  Thos. Dain, and his brothers at j wliicn he  Llleoillewaet and Sicamous  wired   for.  'two'new boats  winch  arc  lie had not rcg-iincd consciousness up,  to Tuesday evening, when he   was   removed to r,he,hospitiil at Kamloops.  Four Miners Killed at Rossland.  A terrific explosion occurred at the  Centre Star mine last Saturday which  resulted filially to four men and inflicted probably fatal injuries upon  two others. The explosion was caused  by the ignition of two boxes of giant  powder which were, being thawed out  in hot water. The dead are, Thos.  Gibbons, .Mike Ravigan, Jos. Doian  and Daniel Lynch. The injured are  Ed. Shanahan.aiid Mike. Ijrooks.  It was nearly an hour before- the  mine could he cleared of gasses so that  men could go In the rescue. Gibbons  nnd JLvnch'were , 1 widobafore aid reach-"  ed them, evidently having been killed  by concussion. 'Ravigan and ,Dolan  we.ro asphyxiated. i  Getting Ready for the Rush.  t   , c  There is every likelihood of great activity in the Big Bend this year, and  in .anticipation of a   rush  Tom   U'orne  is inakin  ��������� GUY   BARBER, _  WATCHalAXCESt AKT5 JEIVEIMC:  Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.  RE VKLSTOKE, B. C.  TL?p  REVELSTOKE   BHARMACY.  OX^di--^  u>.  ��������� ASSAYS and'.  '.' MILL.TESTS.  ���������-   '    ''  ..Samples   tested   from....A  "...".I lb. to 1 ton in weight   ." W, PELLEW/'HARYSY,- F.C.s!  ������   /' Vancouver, B.C. v   rA^'   AafptysA nvide"' iTi1*; Duplicate:-  ~  ''Certificates  forwarded   by 'return.      ,  CQ  <  6  H"  0.  xyp"  THEINFaj-yj  8 for 25c.  *rz  Q  H  9  l>  W  IB  There's, sin old adage, about, misfortunes never coming singly and this  appears to be .applicable to the construction work on this bridge. " There  was a report in ' circulation .Monday  that, another nlan had fallen and. sustained serious injury," but this rumor  was unfounded. But on Tuesday Ed.  Davidson fell and broke,his thigh. He  was taken to tlie hospital on the same  train with Mcllae and at last accounts  both of the injured men were   iniprov-  in".   ''.'  ������A large force of men   are   employed  on this  which .. .   , ,  haste. This is necessary owing to tne  fact that the ice in the river is rapidly  breaking < up * while a , considerable  portion of the.���������work'yet rsmaius to be  done. ' ', "'.  pi-epai.-ition to hanille the  river 1'reitrht: Besides the "Big Bend'  " milt last ye.-ir, he will have  now being  constructed here. 'The boats are designed to c.-u-ry heavy freight and will  'probably cany most of the machinery  "���������oilier into the Bend thi* vear. -  ��������� The Remedial Bill.  The debate on the Remedial Bill  dragged wearily throughout the week  until yesterday morning iit live o'clock  when the division bell was rung nt'Lei-  a continuous sitting of 38 hours  duration. With but few . exceptions  the debaters failed completely to keep  the diM-ussion upon the high plane set  hv . the ' leaders in the debate. Ihe  Tupiier Family was very, much in  evidence. It took a severe reprimand  from Mr. Speaker to convince J uppei  Senior that. he. enjoyed no immunity  from the rules of the Mouse, while the  junior representative  ol   the    Luppei  ilvniistv t?ot a 4 deserved  dn-ssing-  dovvn from Mi. MeOarty. Nr.VoaiAir,  Minister of Finance, delivered the he.st  Mieech made on the government side  of the llou-eand fi i.-ndsaiid iocs agree,,  that it was om- of the greatest efforts  ,-ver heard in the Commons of Canada.  ''Thi-division yeMeiday morning was  on Mr. Laurie.'s motion to throw the  Bill out and was de eatcd by ^  maioiitv, (he vote hemg 01 lor and lo  a";iinM/the .yx months' hoist, this  was a victory for the government.  The "Dominion government has  invited tho Manitoba government to  a conlVienceoii th������ whole, matter the  invitation h;i������br-en accepted and .he  meeting v-ill take ulace at \V.iunpeg.  The Ottawa government will lie represented by Sir Ch;ir. Topper nnd another minister and it is said that Mi.  Laui-ier will' be invited to send tw.o  i-i-invsentatives of the opposition to the  conference. '  bridge,    the   construction    ot  s being pushed with all "possible  CTC3-.A.K!  THE" REVELSTOKE :'PH������iA0Y.  ��������� '���������,;'; W.vCOWAlN,   -'  1 i * * *       l  '     " '     WHOLESALE DEALER IN,  WINES, .LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  BBTELSTQEE,.       IB . C  THE CENTR  f We" May All .Have a Chance to Vote.  ��������� Many of the people'in Jlossland and  vicinity have been endeavoringlo lia\e  some provision made . whcieby ,- they  would be. entitled to .vote at .the forth-,,  coming Dominion, "elections. ' As- the  mat'er stands now very few residents  in that locality would bo able to  exercise the franchise without considerable expense and grout iiicon\eiiionce,  as the. Federal Franchise, Act only  permits .ux elector to vote at the place  wheie he is registered/ Tlie Ross-  landers', complaint- has reached Ottawa  - , .,        .-. ..'.   p,.0hability   il.-.t.   some.  and there, is a  will be. ^  the    Yale-Cariboo  relief will be. granted   the   electors   of  electoral  ABKAM-AMSOiNT -BROS., Phopkietoks  First-class Tabl^TG^od Beds ������ +' Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   ���������   'Bus Meets all Trains.  BBiTELSTOgS,      B-O  THE  QUEEN'S  ABilAlLAMSON   RliOH'., Puopijihtous.  Every thing" new^"andTirst -cl_ass J i; all Respects.  Th3 Housb is stocked with the Finest Wines and JMgars in- th) Market  district  a'rain'st the operation of the Act. The  voters'lists, upon which the election  will;b'o held, wei-e compiled in 189.4  ancl iire   theiefoi-e   two  years   out   of  diite.  The matter was brought to   the   attention of the   Commons  on   Monday  by   Jos.   Martin,   liberal   member   for  Winnipeg, when .he.'raised the question  of a new revision of the voters' list for  influx population during the past year.  Mr.  Mara,   replying- to   Mr.   Martin,  said the  revising  barrister   had    done  his work very well, and if the Government brought in  a   bill   to   allow   the  voters of   the ' two   constituencies    to  vote at anv poll in the  districts   satisfaction would be  given.    The   greater  part of the increased  population   were  'Americans.    Most   of   the   Canadians  in the district were already on the list,  so that if the scheme  was   carried  out  the purpose would be attained,     lion.  Mr. Daly stated that-the   matter   was  under the consideration of the Department of Justice.  THE MINERAL PRODUCTION     -  Of  Canada  for 1895  Shows a Sub-  ���������"'      stantial Increase.  ���������   The report just issued by   the  Mines  Department, ot" the Geological  Survey  regarding   the  mineral production   of  Canada for the   past   year   not   only  shows that there has  been substantial  gain in the  production  over previous  years, but also   that   the   mining   in-  dustrv has taken its place as one of the  fh-t "resources  of  the   Dominion.    Of  the   purely     metallic     products     the  greatest in qu.-.ntily .'during  the  year  was iron,  1(12,707  tons,, and  the   next  lead, 23,075,802  pounds.'   The greatest.  in value w,-is-oldA,$1,010,021,  and   the  next nickel���������$lA.������),9Sl, clos.dy followed  hv   silver,  $i,15y,(li3. '   Coppei   eomes  next in value, $310,22'), and'then  lead,  S7-l9,ttiU.  The total metallic .value  for  the vear was $0,300,111, while'the non-  niei.jlbes were .valued   at' $15,875,107,,  "coal a"ud.petroleum alotie--t:ontril>utii!g  about $9,000,000 of. this amount.    The  total .of all-mineral productions, including, as usual, structural' materials and  clay products, was $22,500,1X10, against  $20,000,000 for 1SS5 and  $20,500,000 _ for  1S01,' being  the, two  largest pie.viou<  amounts.  , The report itself is somewhat unique,  as reports usually "go. It is made up  and consists of two pages of figuies���������  nothing more.-"Its brevity is so pronounced that the Winnipeg Free Press  suspects it must have' been compiled  hy that venerable individual, Mr.  Drvasdust, and thinks "if more pains  were taken to make t hese,reports l-ead-  :,ble-more.like a fairv tale, for instance, anciless like a sum in addition'  ���������it would add very 'much to their  popularity."  ' -THE RAILWAY BELT LANDS.   '  Text of the Settlement Between the  Province and'the Dominion.  The Colville Reservation.  .JOHN STON1-; Pitopnir-.TQir.  The Dining Room is furnished with the  Market aflbnis.  Utffel  THE BAR 18 SUPPLIED WITS THE OHO  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS  j.\j.  :������ti  UST  A Strange Libel.   ' ���������  The New York Hun'- London, Eng.,  cm-respondent writes: "The English  law of libel, or the judicial" interpretation ofil. is a strange, thing. A firm  of publi-hcrs in London and two or  three eminent legal experts have re-  ccntlybeen .-truggling with tin-pri'bli'm  whether a sheet of blank paper with a  mai.'.-. name on the top of it is libellous.  Qpinions weie divided, and, in order  to hedn riie-safe side the publisher*  have a-si.med the ariiimalive answer  Mi be correct. The point arose in this  >vav : Stuart Cumberland, the thought  reader, is ju-,t bringing out a book  entitled -What I think of South  Africa." The author discusses pretty  much i'ver\ thing of interest in ihiit (  verv  obtrusive,  .section   of   the   ^lolic. j  .A-   SPBCIALTT.  ������������������I'lOl'I  until thei-e comes a chapti-i  who.   alter   all,   embodies  <if   South   Africa   in   hH  ���������Rootcinrs iil>aa ^ = ^  Hie  man,    wlio.   aner   an,   ;��������� ������">���������-.    ,m"  %,-hole of Smith Africa in his own  peiTonuliiy. The chapel- is eiitillol  ' Vriial 1 think of Cecil Hhode-.,' ,-ind il  consists simply of ;i blank leaf. The  publishers have retained the right to  i eject anything in the manuscript  uhicb they might con.sider libellous.  and. s.-tue doubts aioing in t lit-:i-  miniR r bey Mibinitied I im question to  two (inns' of Milicilois who nmlse ;.  spi'ci;iltv of libel law. Une held tluio  - -    ������������������     ��������� was jici-U'ctly iimoceiit,  f' ������  1 ���������. i  tin  11,  .'-.-������i  hi ink shee  ,,,),,.,��������� I,,-!,I   I :  .i!  i'i w.is ui'i(liii:bledl>  Very little of a reliable or trust-  worth v character is yet'known of the  mineral prospects on-.the' Colville  reservation, says the Rostand Miucr.'  A great many prospectois have gone  into the country and many' locations  have been made, but as. a rule the  assays so far made are low. The  picture was im doubt ovei drawn, as is  alwavs the case in , instances or this  kind," but the fuel'remains that theie  is a considerable show of mineral and  the chances are that, some good mines  will he found. The area of country  open lo local.th is 1,300.000acres, being  (ho north half of the. reservation or  that portion lying -'dong the mlcr-  n.ilional boundary. The mineral so Undiscovered consists of placer gold, gold  quartz, iron sulphide carrying gold and  copper, and galena.  The celebrated La Kleur ledge appears lo be the largest and richest,  prospect yet found. It had been known  for some'time and was barricaded on  the day the reservation was opened  and defended .igainst. all comers by  seven men witli rides mid revolvers.  Four or live locutions have been made  on the ledge, which is plainly marked  and if in places veiy wide. A clean  ore body is here and there exposed  which is about two and a half feet wide  and which assays from -K) to CO per  cent copper, SpIO or JJ'.aO in gold and  swveial ounces in silver. The copper  is of the peacock variety and is very  prettv. It resemble, very strongly  the ore of the Silver King miim near  Nelson. Tnere is hardly a doubt tl������������l  the La Klein- is a great dU-overy. A  cemarkalile factis thnt the sm face oi  the ground covered by the claim and  its extensions is covered with bunch  grass and free from timber.  The pi.icer locations have been made  cnie.llvon the Columbia river opposite  Marcus, along Sheep creek, a Luxe  Northport, along Ciiriboo creek, along  Fourth of July cre<;k and its   branches  . i .. "��������� ���������    K      i' ���������   ��������� i    ' l  Appended is a .return presented to  the Legislature in reply to an address  to the Lieut.-Governor, asking for the  terms' upon which the settlement of  the railway lands question between  the. Provincial and' Dominion' Governments was completed. It' is, in ' the  rorm of an extract from a report of  the committee "f <-ue ^I'ivy council  and rcads^iis follows :  The committee of  the. Privy.Council  have had   under  consideration  a despatch, hereto attached, dated 10th De-  comber,   1393,   from'  tlie    Lieut.-Gov.  of British   Columbia,   tiaiismitting   a  copy of an approved report of, a committee of bis   Executive   Council,   accepting, o.Athe  part'-of the Province  of   British   Columbia,   the   terms    of  xo-i-eeimmt embodied  in   the  order-in-  ���������comicil of  the 29th, March, 1805.  rola-,  tLve to'laud within the railway belt   or  British Columbia.-   The Minister of the  Interior,   to  whom   the despatch  and  il,s,enclosure  wei-e  referred,   submits:  (1) That as to the alternative methods  proposed bv tho'Goveriiuient   of   Canada and accepted by  the .Government  of British'Columbia,  for settling  the  boundary of the railway belt,.-he (the  Minister) will give his  early consideration  thereto,   and' communicate    his  conclusion  iu   due time  to  the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works , ol  British  Columbia,  who  is authorized  by the order of  the Executive Council  of that Province to give all   necessary  instructions and conduct all necessary  negotiations   in .connection  with the  arrangement.    (2) That; as the proviT  sions for registering  Dominion titles  "in the Provincial  hind  registry  olliee,  Imperii-   to   he  quite  salislactory,   the  Minister recommends that the  Lieut.-  Uoveriior >>e  informed that your Jix-  celleiicVs Government, observes  with  satisfaction the readings expressed by.  the   Provincial   Government   to   pass  such further  orders,   and. promulgate  a  c   rules and   regulations from   time  to time, if any, as shall be .wis. P   o  the   purpose   ot   giving  ellect  to   tile  agreement between   the  two Govon-  merits in this relation.    Upon this subject,   nl*',   U"-'   Minister    will    place  liimself   in   con.niun.caiion   with  ll  Chief   Commissioner   ot    Lands     ami  Works.  The Minister also recommends  that the  Government ol  British  Columbia be inform d that,   upon  receipt  hy llu' Department of  the   Interior  ol  the requisite leases and  surrenders  ol  the land within Ihe railway belt re ei-  redtoin   the   third .paragraph  of  the  order of the   Executive   Council   now  under consideration, such releases ami  sm renders will be accepted by the Do-  'minion Government  in discharge  anil  satisfaction of  the sevenil^judgments  of the Exchequer court ol Canada ai d  of the Supreme court, and ol   the costs  thereof; and upon payment of  the purchase     money     for     tbe   said   lands  menlioned iu sub-section (a) ol   section  ���������{ of the order of thelOxecutive Council,  si ens will lie taken to issue patents,   in  lee .simple, lo the parties whose names  are set out i.i that order.   (I) The Mm-  islci siates thai the ndicers ol   the  ile-  p:lrt,meulof the Interior a. e in  corre.s-  ,   idenro directly wilh the   Provincial  hd-artment of .l-urds and   \\ oi ks  in  rclalionto  the  sulije.-t o    the  lourtn  oarn-r.-iplioftheordei-ol I he Hxecutive  ('muVcil. and he (the Minister) expects,  ;l( a verv early dny, lo be in a position  tocouvev the laaus meiiMoned tlierem  to the I'.'o.i-.u-e, as provided lor ny tne  /���������ct Xl   Vicrona.  chajiter '.'.   miiluleil  "An Act to provide for Mu-i-cn vc-y.i ���������>������;  of certain lands lo   Birlish   Columbiii.  The committee advise that,  a   eertmed  copvof this   minute   be   lorw.-.rded   by  THOMSON'S LANDING BUDGET.  Activity in the Trout Lake Camp���������A  Good Season Anticipated.  - r,  A carload of Silver Cup ivore was  shipped from Arrowhead for Tacoma  last Sunday and,another carload will  be shipped this week. The Silver Cup  continues to improve as development  work progresses and she is' a mine  without doubt. r '  There arc now five teams hauling  ore at Thomson's, Landing. 'l>o  teams are 'hauling,' from Tiout Lake  and three teams from Thomson's to  Arrowhead.    ' '  Messrs. J fay wood it 'Craham have  men at work tnkiiig out timber,, for the  new wharf 30x60 ft. to be constructed  at, Thomson's Landing. They intond ,  to construct a floating wharf that 'will ���������  rise and fall with the waters in the.  lake.     , - -  The new boat being built by .Messrs.  Meniieniek Uros. al Larde.-ui, lo trade  on the Arm, will soon be lcudyfor the  machinery. They expect to have her  ready, for business by the "tune 'navigation opens on the Ann. From appearances she will' be 'a daisy when  completed, and'will likely be able [to  handle tlio trade'of'the Lardeau and ,  Trout Lake countries till they get railway connection with Arrowhead.  The ice is becoming rotten and team-"  in," cm it will have'to be suspended for  this season. ���������> '*" .  A large number of letters are being  received from outside parties who, are-  seeking for a field of-.in vestment, and,',  it-is expected that there will be quito  a rush into the Trout Lake "and Fish  Creek*, countries during the coining .  summer.     We expect that  there-will  be ore enough coming out next winter  to keep'a boat- running daily thus  keeping an open channel in ,the^ Ann -  all whiter., .In case there is freight "; ���������  enough and a boat runs every day she  willnevetr have more than two or  three inches of ice to break at any one  time, and that only two or three times  during the winter.     , ���������  Seven miners lire on their'way in to  \voj-k oii the Abbott and other   mines. ^  '"Tlie,action'of the-13. C.  government4,  in refusing the. outrageous demands .of  the promoters   of, the   British-'Pacific    .  meets witli unanimous approval in this  part of the district. - This province is  in .;,nn , condition '��������� financially   to. pay^ .  $240,000 n-year. for., the. construction   ,  ofJa railway which for aught we know-  may run through a'barren country and ' ,  for'voars to come never ' pay, for' axle  grease.'   ,Wc are of   the   opinion   that  the credit of   B. 0." has   been   pledged  too far ah-endy for   the   benefit   of   an  unoroductive      part      of    Vancouver  Island, viz. Victoria, and had they got  along with the ' old , parliament   build-  ings instead of spending over   SI,000,- '  000 on   new   ones, ' but   borrowed   a ,  couple of millions to.assist in -developing the mines of Kootenav   the   province would have had a  fruitful   source  of revenue instead of. the costly pile in  the extreme south-west corner  'of   the  province which our -��������� legislators   within  the next decad������ are tolerably  sure   to  desert for some more central location,  Thomson's Landing, March 18th.   -  Two Loads of Ore in the'Drink.  Two loads of Silver Clip ore and one  horse went through the ice to the  bottom of (he North-east Arm last  Wednesday afternoon, the driver of  oneof the'sleighs narrowly escaping  the .same fate. The horse belongs to  inilmaii Bros, who are doing the teaming across the. Arm for Mr. McGillivray,  and the accident occurred while coining  from Thomson's to Arrowhead at a  place'known as Whiskey point, about  fl mile from Arrowhead. The. first  sleigh got safely over, minus its load,  and the second sleigh, horse and, load  went into the' hole. The ore, which is  the property of U. McGillivray, was  valued at $i,20U.  Llui"Secretary ofolate to the :,;  (Jovernoi of British (,oluuibi;i for  information <'-f his Government.  ur,.-  tbc  Church Services To-morrow.  Service will be held at the .Presbyte-  ri in (lb.irc.'i to-morrow evuitngal /:<>(>  ,,.',���������. hy   Mr. Guthrie   Perry.    Sunday  Si iiool at M. ...      ,     ....     -,��������� ,  Sen h-e-i will be held m the Methodr������t  ,.1,'uic-li by Rev..). A. Wo.-.! (o-iiioM-ow  morning and evening at 11 and i.oU.  Siind.-iv school al 2.3U.  Hydraulic Machinery for Biff Bend.  The t'n-sl, carload of machinery for  the Columbia River Hydraulic Mining  Company, who are operating on the  Columbia just alsove the mouth of  Smith creek, arrived to-d-iy from  Chicago, and another carload has been  iletpan-hed:  This is pretty good evidence that  this company means business .uul are  preparing lo conduct operations on a  large scale. Tbe owners ai e evidently  satisfied witli fm- rejwit of their  c\ricrl. Prof. Nasom who -n-'iit the  whole of last summer pi objecting tbe  ground and who will lelurn here Monday to superintend tin- erection of the  plant. Tom Home has tbe contract  for boating the machinery up the river.  From a let! er sent -by A . M. W vim.  thewellknown Port Arthur man, it if  learned that be fully believes that ������2.-  ()(K) 000 worth of free milling gold ore  has been .shown up at. the W lley. mine  ,,L!���������i!ve Ilinnl.l. i.etwe,.n .Sbiui- river  i-nl the Cu.adiae. Pacini- railroad, the  ',.',,. i-iins $50 1" ti-,.��������� ton. and tbeowi.erH  o*' the proper! v v. .il sboiily put ma  lO-stamp mill. 'ib,K mine was only  opeued a vein-ago and has a a-aUirn^  mill.��������� Idiim'capolis JutirnaL tag i:
THE XOOTEKAY MAIL,
"fi '�����j'f��y;ffrig'^*<y''>ji*i��no �� ��� j.'��� ���.
TH2 GOLD  FIELDS ���
Of Johannesburg' Described���Excessively
Taxed by tiro Boers.
It's ni:v\ a matter <if history how
Colonel I'Vi i-eira and parly made the
discovery' of the Johannesburg gold
fields by the accidental uprooting of a
tuft of gi'.'iSs, such an umiMial occurrence resulting in' the discovery of
continuous ;md permanent mineralized
lodes or ������' '"dges " will be explained in
tbe , iollowing description of thc-
cbar;w;t"r fit" the country, etc.:
���Journeying west ward o\eran ojjon.
treeless, undulating. ])raii-ie-l ike eon niry
;it tbe ffifit. or a, slightly rising and
crested, iirli to ilie right and sumo
;j,'J0U feel, above sea level, one tra\e\s
along i lie divide of water sheds of Lhal
part or tsoulh Africa between the
parallels 22 and 27 of si,nth latitude,
11 vur'grassy plains and slopes known
as the "high veil" with nunieious
springs (''funIeins") bin,sting through
the, surfacc'evciy few hundred y.ii'fls,
some ro llow northward to the Limpopo
;md others southward' to \'aal rives-,
and suggesting' the n.-iine of Witwaters-
fi hAriur-*
PORTABLE!    PRACTICAL I!    ECONOMICAL!!!
rand (Wliitc-waiurs-rangn),' at tin's
time���a little k-ssfih,iu ten year* ago
-���a veritable paradise for game, the
haliitat-of roving-bands of springiioc,
blesbuc, koodoos and otiici- species of
antelopes, a country belter calculated
to excite the ambition of tlie sliepheid
or stockman than the-prospector, there
being no distinguishing feature lo
disturb the general contour' of, tlie
undulating " high veil," not even tlio
, shade of grass or specie, of wild flowers
varied 'to mark the narrow line, stretching some forty miles from east to west
'    'Fhe   attention   of prospectors   and miners is called to the
merits of a new improved apparatus,  for   testing and   smelting
.various kinds of ores ami minerals, also separating' and   refining'
lrs.se Willion,  etc.       ,     ��� ,
IVlanuiacltired hy a chemist and metallurgist, who thoroughly understands the wants of the , assayer, the prospector, the
miner, the chemist for laboratory test, for all furnace work, such
as melting, scorifying, coupling, fusing in platinum crucibles,
testing of sampling charges, roasting, enameling, etc. ��� (Any
kind of fuel.)        - , ',,'���_
TKis iuruace is built in two halves for easy iransportation,
is complete in itself, made of sheet steel witli cast iron slag and
metal spouts, wind sTfTmrrA'ii.'e suul knock-down bottom.
, This Handy Prospect Furnace is of the Cupola type; with
externum for smelting ores, Capacity 1000 to 5000 pounds per
heat! according to the character of ores'. 'No prospecting outfit is compleie'^vithoiit it:    ��� ,
Agents Wanted.. For  Pride  ami   Further  JCnfornmtton.  Address
��� National' Ore and Reduction Co.'
415 Locust Street, ,      ' ��� St. Louis, Mo
'No. 1 .SO.       , t ���   .
Ooplfate of ids lustration of a
-���    -Foreign Company.    ��� *
forming'   tlie    "main    rest
scries
of
auriferous lodes" lying hidden n few
feet below the surface or- any defined
outcrop to guide'tlie prospector to the
hidden wealth,"or to create the least
suspicion in his mind' that ho had been
traveling for miles upon his "bonanza."
.But the accidental- revealing ' of
"colors" at the water1 foiitein soon
brought into action ' the    prospector's,
. pick and pan when the source of wealth
was discovered to be in the gravelly
soil,,and at greater depth in' compact
conglomerate lodes in JicjuartKOSGsandstone formation.
'.In constitution and structure the
'.'main reef series" are conglomerated
bodies of watcrworii or rounded quartz-
pebbles, ���  varying - in-   thickness     (or
. depth), separate^aiitl parallel, and evidently of ncqueous origin, deposited in
solution,' probably an ancient ' lake or
river bed, moraine, or of geyser action,
either theory being equally t.on-ible
until more positive prtx.i shall have
been disuovuiod by. future workings.
Twelve lodt'K, or locally vailed reefs,
constitute the series, se\en of which
are .''dead lodes" aiid rive -'pay- lodes,"
win'cli \nry from one to a few inches
in thiulcncsv, to one from sixteen to
twenty-four feet thick. The order of
bedding of the series conipn&s-s about
l.">0 feet, measured at right, angles,
both to tiie trend and dip of formation.
Litologicldly the. conghunointes (local! v
deinoiistr.ited the f.ict -th.it the lodes
are continuous to the, lowest depth
attained, about -I,00U feet." vertically,
while tlie "prospects" at .this depth
are \er.v considerably richer then, at'
the apex of the lodes. The suhject of
deep-levels, therefore,-is of ciiiic.il import, nice tf> the-mining industry of ihe
',' H.md " and .forms one of the
grievaiicec ofV the Uitlandfi-s, which
they recently attempted to' redress by
force or.arms.      >
Trie size of a Transvaal milting claim
being 150 feet in direction of   lode   by
-100 feet wide and  the   right   to   mine
confined to the'verticals of either   ond
or side lines, the right of ownership  is
held -upon a "digger.-.' license,"   renewable every month at   a   cost -of   $5.00
for- this area, and the number of claims
held  by   the   mining   companies   vary
from a   block   of-six   to   due   of    18(i
claims.    ,   Tt   is    therefore!     obn'ousiv
necessary for the mining companies to
.secure .-s much lateral .arenas the   dip
and practical  w'oiking depth, justifies.
This area (local 1 v cal led ! rowan: pia;-1 .vin)
must   necessarily  .extendi   where    the
angie of dip is'ilat. over  many   lateral
claims of -100 foet each and ag^regiting
in an almost   prohibitory   annual   tax,
and an injustice' to so important an industry when o-inpaied.to 'the   mining
laws of the United St-ites or    Canada.
-Take t'-n*   cnmp-iris ni    the   mines, in
British Columbia   i,i   wiiit-h   so   ns s,n\
.in.-- interested and
we. find that upon tho l>iwt-t\ terms
and condit ions e'.-.ch !.',! iti-h Columbia
claim woidd est tin* owners, iii diggers'
licenses only, no 1. ss ili.m ?-2,'2\>').G0
per annum, as i-gaiiiM ftl 'J.To per
aiiiitiiu charged foi- the priwli-^e in
Ilritish Coiiiinbi.-i. Also in comparison
with the mining laws of thi-, st.ite���
'W'adti.iglon: tin- mining claim i-, c-pial
in area to fifteen Tran.-A.iai claims,
with nodiN'.-d annual ch-.ige   following
���O.Oii'AN'lliS'   /.or,"    Pakt   IV., AMU
Am en or .\f s-' A tn-s.
' French' Creek , Mining'   Company "
(Foreign).'
Jii-gNicrcfl llu! IHh day of Kcbi-imr.v, IMKi.
UKUKiiV 'vi-lily thlit I'liavu iliis day i-(.Ki-
.   , t.-ii-.!   i'io   " "ri-n.-Ii   fuck   Mining  Com-
| I'.iny '(f'oivi.'rnV, ii'i-loi-1 ti? "C,j'.ii|i.iiiie's Aut,,"
Rivi. IV., it?i;.��li.it:oii of Koi-ci^n  euiniKiiiios,"
un.l .>.-.n..iH!'m;f.\i is. ,
T'io   ho.ul - i-lllcu  of   tho  -..-.id   Company   is
sioiiiU-d at the t.'.ly ot Jill A-.iiikuo, in the .Stalo
'Of WiMJIIIlhlll,   U.S.A.
Tlio oljoots lor \\ !iifjl< I he t'omjjniiy is t-htab-
liolllll ii-.o .���To ]>M|-l In -u, .iciiuiiu, OJIOI-iltl', ox-
i-ii.in^o, li'itl. iiioi(-.;.ini'. -.lII, ic.i-.f .mil convi'y
ml lie:,, mini:.i N ������r^iiiilsuuiiiiiiiiiiiff nrniipjiosuil
in (jonl.iin miIm.j.,. -m.i.oiv;-!, d.Jiio^its in- ;uii-ilci--
(.!!-!-- niiN or jji'a'vuii!. .'in1 ),viiui-.i!ly lo oiiK.'i|,ro
io tlio ii!l:i..ii; bii.-.:!-..".., .mil i-i tiuvclo]) hi>:1
!i;>ui-.i.((! i-..::i..'.; i.i Sill kin.Is, ainl io i'iikii^o in
iniii oinj on thu b'l-.uie-.iol piiru'iiwn:;, urcct-
iiig. LoiMln-.i-Liii^. .j|iui'iiiiijr and iii.uiii.iiuinj;
li.iiu-,, ti<!i.0-., liti'lic-, w.ilur-wnvs, ri-sui-Mjn-s.
inii ls. ilnin^s, r.iuj-w.ij.-., Miiu-o-s. tiinnoN.
\y.itui--iii'i:n-. ^)i]i(.��, iii.u Iiinory. ImiidiiiK's and
iittiii'ii. Miit.iljlc, iict-i���.--sit��- or coiivi'iiiunt for
tliu iitili/..Uiini of v.'.ilci- loi-1 lie purpose of liv-
ih-.u'.lii- pt-i^m- nii!i:ii.<,'oi-ol!n:ruiso;'ti) do an"d
ji i-uii i,i ( very .let, and iliili;.'in.t lici-(:in.s|iei:iIiod
I'lit ���.vliieli iii.iy i.a .ie. i..h-.,ii-y, p,-0|iur or rxpedi-
enl '.irtlitak-jo^u-.- pn.lii nf this < 'oinp.iny.
iioL iiit,..ns!.sl ���at wilh !.-,v;,.;:,! in pursiiaiiuu ill
il^ imr.'osus and o..,ii ol ^, to piii-i-lin'se. i.i-quii-u.
hold, sell. rein, iimi-ru-ir.1, hypothecate or
ol'icrwiMi liiLiicI!unii:l flit.pi.'-e or,, nil kinds of
real or personal pi'o.H-i iv. rtnd to e-a-reise all
jjowoi-rf .mil t'r.niulii .es iiii-i.lenl to the business.-
purposes and ob.iec-lsdioi-eiii -peoiiiod, or any of
thein. ' ��� ,
The cnp;',il sLoek of thi- i-.ilil C(,in;i,iny is tv.-o
inllli in doii.iis, divided into Inn hundred'
thoiis,ui -haresof iliu piuM iiiiio ()���" (en dollars
e.-i.;h.   . s
fiiv.-i'l under ,iny h.ind and .--.e,il of olliee lit
Vk-Lo.!.., I'io'. ii:.;.. -h 'Ih ilKh ('(i!iimb.,i. ih.s
IHh ,iay 0| Kebi-iMi-v, 1. <>\
li-li. -   [i..��]    \ S.   V.  \\-i.lOTTONT.
Hegiotilir of .ion-.! Stock (,'o'iiiiaiiius.
Cli
.More
led    "banket'')    are     eiiiiiposffl     cii' | rue srii.rll tr e   upon,   recuflina.
qu;ii'tz fiebbles. the fraction,  having    a ! o\er. the   H<>ei-n!   prohibitorv   uixati.-jn
glassy lustre innd color sub-tra'-^"-""' Al
to .a blue I'ji.upie. and  H.niu"   m   ��./.f j
from tin ee-foui ths iiich to two ;-nd erne-', lire surface area a�� :^   seen   fit;   there-
half inches in diameter, the matrix or ! foie
<> ��� -rot,
r!
��� sub-transparent | floes not stop here, ;is th -   gii\unimontc
.varying   in   s,~.?.o \ wu'Woa the righr to lent   Ifi-se ()|   s(.!i
cement,  being   composed   of   mvinular ' ai.ot her ta�� lor sm:
iimsi
:s   e.i\ i
;��� v
!M-,i
brecci.-iterl   ipiartz,   apparently  of   ihe ' liy t!i�� iii'i-.-xny hiiildiiiL^  mii.mg and
same origin as the   pebble,   but   alone i lncosery wi.i-'s-,  etc.. iri'-id-nt d to   ti.p
torinuu
the
niri.er di/eti
bod v.      I.; i'-.-bisti-y.       Th>>
believe the past nine ye;irs'  oppi-atioii's j tiieiehv inilict's ;.
, have failed to discover any gold in the '��� riie   f-'irhuuis-r   j
pebble itself; ihe ���supposition i-,   therefore advanced that, the gold is   also   of
acqueous deposition and subsequent to
that of the jielible   .osd   matn.-:.    The
value nf the lod(-,�� sdso  ^ary   �� ich   the
thiclnres-;, the thinest bcin^-'.he i ii h^si.
averaging 3-1 $.00 and ;he -A-:i!c-r .^7.00
per, ion.     The milling .ueraye for    the
piist \e;tr yio!d"d ,-fl l.oO per ton.
Tlie charactf!-  of   the   oie   below   ;i
[!..��;��� j_-.., pri!in..-'nr
.-vKi' jiT-nahv ��jm'i;i
eio.T'-iii h'nir ii r- *i'
his l.in'mvi-ii htir11 .W in s'-.in.-;i ��� i ir-.l'!.
.I'm' also l.r.res e\si . imSsible ���>; jl,,i--
tonity to Kopf-ss his ),,-,nf"i f, -; to-:-
lenipt for i },i- '!���!'��� of ttiis j i-n^-i ��-. i .-,
a;;c- a;,,l < \: i.,i:.!:i. -i.
T'.e (i"\ei  ; !'>-ijt.s. , \ dI..i'iio.i-]   di-'i'
ii,��: o;,.-r ui-.r,s  pi,".io..!
v- il; ������cii \ "������ J"ii ���- ;.;��� a
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AG-ENT WANTED.
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A Live, H List I iri g   Money-Maker
���    ��� to si:i.i/
t( HIDDEN MINES AND ',     ,
HOW TO FiNB THBM "
= = =��� Bv Thos. VV. Newman '= = =
rcifK v,r> r a:.*i> !;.-..-'i i:s I'.-in.MNf; p.ooic
1 onrM:n-s. ^���:{,s.,3 u.rt Ocos on the ip.ir-
ki r. l.ibinil K-i ni-i.i r--i(,d iii.in in your section.
Tns- b ink ! I;s 'U'.\ ��� o' :i.i'l, it-t. ojien .mil
v ork or-t-'l ',.': ki; ils ol i.i^m-s and describes
v Or i./iiriiril. GararLnd5'rcciou3Stone
niii-.n 1- :.'' \.iln. . Hir.'.dn-ds selling m
-.'i '. i.l:.i"(,-'.i Vii.i <,:ii s,_]i ,v liionsand
��� i- v- .r .' Ik-d.i.. I'r.co l.j mail free,
���; !.��� r. .%'im.   -Send  is your ad-
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54 Voijge Si., Toronto
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d"pth of litty fe<:t fi-i.m the .serrace is
;i solid eiingloiner.'.tfe '���t'llpiiide. b"-
coniiiig more friable and ili-,iiiii-^i-..ti's
under the ueatherim; and o\u\'/.'uA
inflirfiicoa at the -TUi-f.o-e. Tin- im->
are theiefoie iv.'v iriiltin^'arid ,in,..l,..,i-
matinir for a iimiti-d d.-iith. afier v. hich
COIlCi-lltr.LtillL,'    .-lllfl     C\   L(lilll>,Lr      is      i|r.
pi-.icfss iri<M, foiiimnnK a(fop;>',l.
Tin: ii'iiiiliv riH.k, sibo a iiumi'I/osi*
satidstoni! an.| eiideiiilv- :.!s., , �� s,.d:
nii'iii.irv origin i; ���.���ni.,i!i i.i !. .1..
turbi'-l bv fi<i!'in:.', ,ind irin-i,.- 'o.-rs
.ind dykes. li.niniin^ p i..|!r-l (-, l In-
inaiii i "f-f -si-i-u-s }oi:i" ,: .mi mile- d- -f.oi.
to the s-,,ijt.ii js a iow i:iii'i',r.i,n . h.ou
fif rjiurii'-. she maioi -fi.-i,.:- or dis-'
titrb.'ii.-e of :.ii .ii.iti in n.il dips, ;'>���,,m
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Ci-ij.;,!.   fi :l ���-,   I hi nigh   I
p.u I .i .'i.i    i.'i'ifi.ils.      Mr
' hat In- v. as asked   I
roll
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w.i--   fo r-
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which, t-ogi-ther Ml'lil I in; i.iifipi.il
__slirinkagfi, cuisi'i tin- li'iii; i-oiitiniiitv
of the lodes to be biol.cii a:,d pi.-n-tic-
ally <li\ ifling tl,< m.nji ref-f >nics mrf>
hcetional piiil^.. .Such bodliiig^ ficr-ur
laterally to the lo |r-s a.id nif- fiom a
few fe.��t ill soirie iiisr.,:i)';r-s to some
hundreds of rent in <,tiiO-!-.s. notalilv in
nprojieits lo.mefl the < diiflsl oiie. Tl.-fj
lodes continuing two thiifls the  length | S'MII
of this pro;.(-itv  NM'io losr    by   faulting ' ni"��it'y I o the SecreUiry of the Tica.s-nry
and ull,ima((d)Alisco\e.ied   nearly   000 i by an iioknown gcnl leman.
feet to the ninth,   and   so,   completely
segregating    the    p:opf;rly    into    Iwt, i
sepai-ate and distuu t  mines.     The.   clip
of the lodes  alsfi   is  .very   vari;ible   at ,
diflei-ent jiai I s of   to   series,    ranging
from fifteen degrees    tf>    the    vottic.il,
but tbe gen.-ial dip   may   be    saifl    lo
average for;,\-ih~  ii grces,   synclinally
I    the south
Th�� fipfjr.iiioM- '.-f th   di.riioiir! drills
li ve been vei-y   ex'e :��� ve   and    have
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o THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  PAGE a.  HER CONFUSION  PLEASED HIM.  ������t  tlio  Great  A   Grand   Stnurl    Inr-lili-nt  County   I";iir. r  Atlbe Fair the other day a pretty  toimg v> o'min no ompmied by a little  girl (<������������������!!-.��������� - lu-rs* If in the gran I rand an  hour li-: re tlie first trottin : :������: ch ami  took iih.. "re luncheon of t-.H.idv.-iches and  colJ ie.i. Tn.it she had co'i-.eo:'1;-' ro *eo  ' the ho. s.-s was evident, ������--RuHuoked  neither lo right nor left at the iiity distractions in progress, but fixed 1/C-r gaze  in e.v.e.-talion on the ring which was  bein.r -.\alered.   '���������  When the grand stand began to fill a  good-looking,young man. laying down  his r.icc cunl."catalogue and umbrella,  took his scat beside her.'  The woman chattered awny to the little girl about the forthcoming races, referring eagerly to her ' own curd and  cataburu" as Oio did bo. ami fjniie unconsciously interesting tbe young man.  He m./k more than one good long look  ut her when he got the chance, and  seemed entirely pleased with his survey. '     ���������  As������onn as cthe first race be2n.11 she  grew uueoiwious of eveiylliiiiK hnt tho  track before her. .'She stood on her tin  tOes, called out lou'ly 1-e'r ronv'rlcs,  drapped her own catalogue and ninbrel-  la wi .'out seeing them, 'u-.id in turn laid  hold of tb'isn of the young man.  She n*--.'. Ins umbrella Heely, describing" ti.--' iv recourse with many n sweep*  'in"f g\tu:v. When her favorite won  b.se iioue.-'eil valiantly with trie hi  anaA.iii..i-.l her face with the  calaU.;.,;.e after the exertion. ��������� ,  ��������������� 1'iienVh" sit down ami p-ncilled little  bits nl cui'nnsiasui, after the -winner's,  name, 'd'U in tho.yoiing man's catalogue: lAr own having been trampled  under foot in Ihea'seifeuu-iit.  ' Sie w.iu n-enicniiontly at home with  the umbrella, and moio fri.in once hail  to apologize for poking t'nc young man'o  toes with his own l>ropc-rty. He smiled  ir.'return, and seeming to enjoy it all  hugely, stopped looking at the rnco-  oouise and looked, instead, at her. And  she was a good enough picture to  'look ut.  ' At hist ?hc pulled out lier watch, and  in a Ibirrv 02 excitement was preparing  toco, vA.c.i-die noticed tlie ,u uir. rella.  ' ,Bbi' pici.e.'. up her own, with llie-hc; and  iipolo'.do" ������������������ 1 stored the ctin r to it* owner, and w ,'. ii the cat ilo-juo roll.-1 'tightly  in her bard, was making her escap".  "vW.i't '.oil   give   me tlie  catalogue  urc-lla  man's  EARLY CIRCULATING   LIBRARIES.  The Fniiulnr InktiniHoii'lTati Keen In Ex-  isti-ucf fir IliiiKlreiln of Yeiira.  e  From tiireiininemorial, says All the  Year   Round,   booksellers'' shops li'ave  been the favorite result of ail   touched  ���������with the iove of letters, and in the days  gone   by,   when   the art of adveni-aug  was   practically   unknown, it was only  by frecpifsiting the shops whole   books  ���������were sold that possible purchasers were  able to learn what was gohig'o.'i in the  puMi.-i.i".':   world,   to know what new  books w--r-' in course nf publication and  to hear ami e.ic;ia*:ge the latest literary  gossip       Tlre.se   early booir lovers  ono  im.yhe ijiiiie sure, would be ceri.iiu to  while   av.-.'.y   many   a leisure hour by  "Miu.i bug" tho  wares   on  their hosts"  counters,/and wonlt] read,  or at least  dip   into,' many, volumes he.-ides those  they   actually purchased for more leis-  urcly f:i:i-ii:.i'pt".dn :it lionie.    And hence  might ari-e. very naturally, the custom  of for:: ^Jly lending out books   io read  for a mm-': ny consideration.    Thus, at  the end o! i--hkir.an's "Tliiiici.ni   Wonder," pu": h'ii-*. in Hail,  the   book-eller  inal.m   '.be    following. aiii.or.r'.cl-uieiit:  "if any gemiemfiii please  to   i*,..i������   to  my   iioi..-v itb-rA-rii-i they ma;- I ������������������ inrn-  isho'l   v. i.ii   all   manner , of h.i-���������., .-'1 or  French  hi toiies,   romance.--, or  ,.n 'Uw,  wlr.L'.i nr ��������� to b,: sold or read io:   ;e.!--,oii'  fthb; (V.. :i.:eiV.tiou."    Itis'rint i.ui-.t'iicnr  fiom ;:.'.; last  few   words   v.b.   .:.-r tho  boo't's might be taken away to be lead,  or  whetber   I ne reading \v;is in i",' done-  in thi! b.'i-k.seiier's.shop. -  But ti'.-.t Looks  niighf   be' 1.iken ho ..ij i-c\i.i.'i'i rio-n'  the remai . ot a  character   in   ^������������������vi'.u's  "     .   THE KIND-HEARTED.MA*.  Ho Wm   Delnrlert   by   His   Sympathy  tor  lleHUtv In  IJiBtreo*. ',  A man had occasion to go to the Union  depot yesterday afternoon to meet his  wife who had been out in the country  for a time. "When he got to the station  he found his train was half an hour  late,.and he bought ft paper and sat  down on one of the benches.-  Not long after he had seated himself  a rather_Tirctty girl, who wore a, pink  waist ami had" nice, red cheeks and clear  blue eyes and who looked to be not over  seventeen, came and sat down next, to  hini. The man who .was waiting for his  wife took a casual look at the girl and  went hack to bis paper.  Pi city soon another pretty young girl, ���������  who also wore a pink waist and had  blue eyes and a fresh complexion and  all that sort of thirur, cninq, along and  stopped in front of the first girl. The  second pretty girl looked as if she wanted to crv. She said ,with ' tremulous  voice: '"Why. Nettie., what do you  think?   The fare's a dollar."   '  "A what?" gasped Nettie.  ".A dollar'. And she told tir it. was  only .in (���������ciil-. and I haven't got enough  to got ih.-.Vkets; and. oh! dear, I don't  know \v'.:.-,t-.ve will,do."  IV-u: y* ..'������������������! ���������'," printid in li/G-2 'step  .���������i;.'i-V," he says." "a id' give  n.el, which I'll le.nd y-.m. for  ; ili.i many-language I;'I"ii'"l;--B  b->..'t for a week. Their price-  1. ��������� When 51111 !:-ive got  invite  ������������������..���������si:   father  to il J'Oijiil-  him thi-; .  the' use f  h.relv 5 u"(_  is twelve pr-ui!  them lj vnu s-tiid  She  down beside  Nettie nnd tho  to year c'u.-.uiher, show him your library,_  and tell lam jiiu are twelve ] oi",''..-��������� out  of pu. si. ior ..boso largo volume;1. " This  was r.h in-ie-no-.is way of gct'.im: nruunil  the "reii'tiving oilicer," but it is doubtful, after ail, whether tlie lauding system w.is put into practice to any great,  extent.  too?" n.-hed t'he young  man. ,  "It's also  in'iii.'."  lr. hurried embarrassment the young  woiiiii'i ivsrored it. Tbe ^youug mail  laid i"ir.-:; the   umbrella as0, a thing of-  ��������� iMi di iia- oi-tance and" quickly opened  t'n ��������� .- .���������.���������iiogcie.    Ke  scanned    '.he   li:tlo  'p. ut i.im :s over and over,'and then,  with a smile, tore "out (the pages and  tuekL-i li.c.i away, neatly folded, in an  inner p- c;:et. <>  .VERY'FEW   OF THEM.LEFT.'   . -v       '  Olfl-Timf   ri:-iii:itinii   I'iiiK-i<-������    Almost  at  '   iciiro ������k ttlac-lc Hwiiiis.  One sees bun little  of   the   old-time  Font hern plantation  darkies 'nowadays.  .T110 reason is a good one-'.here are but  f,.-.v to he -een. The pi.sm'ng of the old  hon'.h.-rn ln.'dy servant mi :ht - owe as'a  theme f.ir an iutere.-'..1.1!- volume, so  liivsrerio-.'.. i.n.l so sile.it the . ma:eh of  tne gu- .t tanmg of them to that bourne  from whence no,traveler ever  returns.  ' Ni.rii.'ig is .-aid of them. Th������y are not  civ.i.Y.r.-- of importance one would  tl i'-.l:, a m'. tneir obituaries are never left  nft-r ' tin ni in, the public pi hits to tell  j. nu'.- o: i-.n great work-a day worl 1  that ::ie po..r old slaves of the past are  deal an/I. gone..- .Thus for' more, than  tweutv li-.-V years the lace of trenuitie  old f..-hi.i:icd" plantation darkies bus  Lw., -,'..,- i- g out inDixie, and I'ney have  been ,-1.!.yiu' down ue shovel and do  hoe" in vi-: y truth.  ..Few of -.atm are left-inst a few���������  and thi v .ne to be found 'only on the  large v.i1. lei-neas plantatio 1- of the ox-  treme.si.'.vli. Here and therethrough-  uul tin; ���������-: lj of Georgia 1  foim'.1.���������r: .'.t where they wi  the Sturm ..f civil war bad siv.-ut itself,  r.nd t;.i-, h...!   stood ' there   aiound   the  di  IC.ir.lcin��������� ('own,  If the finiiu.-il is liaridlcd kindly from  c.iliiiood a.ei -he proper kind or person  n.ilki in-:; ono who has seiise enough to  control 'ni- temper���������1 Hero will be very  little pro' abi.ify of,tho .-inimal.i'-.-oiop-  iv,-- tli1 ��������� k'.'Mn'g habit, s .y- the \ n.'i'i-  c.a A--ciK-iilf,-:iist. It' the iow". adder  is sii'.e, oi I oLC hand'o-t-.'ii .i.r -.<-,.Is too  r.'iig'.'.-y la- cow-is i aldA,!.-   l.n.;.      If  \ ) ii.ii.'lio her  !i-t s'.i- i- 'peat  tin l.i'i !ii'g io mf..y ti .ii-s.i'.iu it bo-  con 1- .. H.i t, for if 11 <".i\. ii-,.- i'lt'i a  habit noti-iiig may ser\e-to c-ive her.  Young in in rs which have .inst (hopped  tli      ca'vi sinny   ki'-k   o< ca^io  al .,'   at  tlio j n.^i  ej, but,ii"  the imii:-;;-   kicks  her ihi.'i-k ' or strikes her .'oivhiy tho  chances are that the p il will '��������� e .'g.ri-  vatoi. and rh^j cow ruinol. Geuibiusss  aml'kiii-iiii-.-s with dairy cov-.-t:; t:.c Host  sl'e 1.0 - :'. v.'ill b'e w ise  more Vi i.'l.-. and genii;.  g cows.  -;  whi-ro  V" ir ms-  1 i o off-  plan to avoid having kick;  bnrrn r ��������� a: e frequent ins-ta-.c  the ki.-Ui'ig pvopensiryniv.iis 10  mil .ei! i.-' tho breeding frn.n d;  sp:iag :.n'in such ciMsit will bera  hard Ti-atter to effect a cure. As n rule,  ho\vc������ er. Licking cows arc tho result of  ignorant and brutnl treatment by those  having them in chargo, and iu'trusied ,  with their tiaiuing.  'two Liokei at the tiled .ilon'r'with very  solemn f-ices. Presently Nettie looked  np and .-aid: "I'll take a wi.lk aivu'.d  the room. Perhaps there N somebody  here I know." She uir.do'the tour of  the room and came hack with her face  'gloomier than ever. "Nobody here I  ever saw before," she said, brokenly.  'The other i'iri sprain.' to'lier fwi. "I'm  going <o tell :he ticket man just how it  is," she Add "Perhaps he ' will' take  what we've got and Jet us send him the  re.-t." She came back with tea's in her  eyes,     "ire i\,on't," sue said, sadly.  The nam who was wailing for his  ...wife ricard all of this. ��������� Ilia liein;tyr.s  touched. Go be leaned over and said:  "I beg pardon, but, ladies, I���������that is  will you albiw me to help you in your  hour of '.vo-!blev"  . ,  The p'.'i tty young girls started-and  looked nt the man with frightened airs.  The man hastened to re-a'csuro them  that his intention.'; were honorable, an b  nfter.i-Kny piotests and -arr nimng lor  repay 11.enl and exchange of mnuisi and  all that, 'he gave the pretty girls '������1 15.  and they thanked him prettily and went  to get their train.  It so h.-.pi-ened that the   man's   wife  '.did not come 011 that train and he went  do\v:i io :v: it her train in  tlie  .evening.  "While lie was sitting on a bench  wait  ing fo: the train ho got to   thinking of  his jifie-.-nobn experience,   and, co'ieb: i  ed' that iu* had done a right and v;t>i~r.?  act.      As   ho , was in  rlic'inidM ul 1 ..is  train of thought a pretty  gi. 1 iu a j i-i^  waist .sat   down   beside 'hi:ii.    ,Pr< tsy  sotm   another   girl,   looking all woe-e-  gone,' came-   along   and   said:    "Why.  Nettie, what shall we do?   The fare's a'  dollar'' ,  The ��������� man who was waiting for his  wife got up nnd walked slowly to trie  door, lie hud seen a great light. " They  were the same girls.  THE'DEARMAN MYSTERY.  (���������i.n i-  Cl.A.v  fOG.I- lo'1  im  bi-y  can he  ���������e left after  1:  re sentinels on   tlio'watch  .ml the motile: ..ad ib lie one  ...hcr slept fur away on son e  ���������'���������/lg    Ot  t o .'.-i r 1  Vulk-  i .- ���������    . -  1 ;���������'.'.- ii. : The fidelity displayed 111  t :-���������'.::.".es fne darkies of tho tl-is to  e:idl--- 1 ���������'���������������������������-<?��������� , There was a war going  on ii.voi'x ,ug their freedom, and > et they  sinud'di:.- a i.r ii phalanx around the  hiimi., oi' ti o^souUieru sol.-.i.-rs while  tnev weie ������iic at war, and the-c idack  faci-ii k ii. a- braved death at fie bands  oi iioi-tu- :n hosts to save tl.o lamilies of  the im i. ������h<'bad gone to tho front to  li'.nl loi- a i. .suit contrary to the darky's  em.-i'i' i,-.iiioil.  ���������lt w:i- .-imply because the old fellow,  "knew t Ii -ir masters Avero really their  be.-t friends 'and that they ought to r-f and  bv rl-.t'in. It was simply bcc.u.io thoy  loveil ih.ir iue on the u:"ar phmtations  ot tlio south, protected and upheld hy  their white friends and owners.  Hi-iHiwitiin; Soil<-il (,'imcly.  machine   has been   patented  A machine has been paTontca "to  clean and put in eaiableshape" any kind  of confectionery. Il is doubtful if any  tuing ������o-.iid have- been devised which  would bi more appreciated by tbe pat-  ron.-oi'o.d confectionery women on tho  coi in. r-- 'iake vonr antique gumdrops,  for in.sl.'iuce, and throw them into the  vibiaMmf sieve of tlie machine This  Mi-\o i-i concave and lined with a brush  that is mo ' ei inner .between a carpet  fiweci-erand asipiinel's tail. Iluuning  lu:"'i!'Nsi������o of tho siovo and having a  'swvopiu- inoilou i< a long brush nuule  of the liiu.: brbstles. The body of this  l.i-mii is imbow, and. by means of a blow  Jim...-, to,, a blast of air is forced ho-  iNveen ihe l.ii.-'.les on the goods. '1 here  im 11,11 cm-oii whv candy should not ho  ro ov.-.t-d like feather beds.���������Boston  Transcript.  ���������'..nil tSrounil l������<ni<> forSulno.  ri,l ground bone are excellent  ���������i- -el together, tho.orK'.'.upply-  _il,I,-, the other animal matter  in the best i Ossible se.apo b.r 1 ot'i n< ul-  try and twine. The c.ombiualio'i i'> not  one c-pcc.iiy adapted to oith'.-r snmiiicr  or wiatiir feeding, but is right to.- tho  entu-,0 year, and should form a prominent par, uf every day's ralions.  Cio-.eri-,' of course, very abund-.nt in  siuniii. r. --'id can then he freeiily cut  daily and red according to the soiling  method, or it may be pasturod. the  fowl" niiil hogs gather'.ng it the...-sulves.  In winter the feeder must dope '..! upon  clover hay or rowen, as the v.-dr.e of  the bay depends very much up-)u ihe  m 111:111 r in wii'ch it is cu:-i;d. 'io pre-  pari- the bay most perfectly for feeding,  cut it ;'..ii'h- and stoam several l.our.s by-  pom ing ' obiatf water upon it and covering nglith Mitii old coals or blankets.-  Tru.-:i when inst blood warm it may be1  mixed witli .meal, and bran, on I will  form ;i irnsl appetizing mess for feathered and porcine friem's.  Ground bone, fresh and juicy, is  plainly ;i very desirable food.���������Country  Gentleman.       .    1 'in  IS������'|inir-."*IlriorK..  For repairing mirrors accidentally  scrutched chmu the b.wo porrrorr of the  glass by rubbing it gently with ii". - cotton, takin.: care to i.aaove a iv !.-1 -e- of  d ist  done  aror.D.i tli.  of a unife  looking--,'!  nail iri'o.i.-'.o.  If :hi-  -.-ei-y e.u.���������fully, deb  ;ib.ce repaired,  la.,;,in , is not  i-i \."tll appear  \Vnii a'point  it upon the  back of a:.other  ,1 port'on  oi  the  l  llllllllllH    >!<>     I'lllSXII.  Accordi-ig to Gray. MitchcM, and  Dobliv, linen enirrierit botanists, there is  not   il sin "lo   known sperms of marine  plllilt COI.I.Ollli.g H'n'l '������������������'' '" / "��������� "���������='���������  r.ng  of tlie ii-]-.iiri-d form, bur a lia ���������' 1 ;:-.er.  Upon if |il..ce a drop of mercury���������a  din') the si.:o of a pin's l.e.:/i v. ill be  siiJiiei'jnt; '.or a surface erpiai to thu -i/.o  of a n.tii. The mercery spreads inline-  diaf/dy.p-'i'etriiteothoainal :���������'- :i to w 11 ere  ic ivm-Aui oif v.'ith tin- knife, and the  re.p:.r-a i ijie may now Le liit-id and  ri-moiel'lo the place to be repdrod.  'ilij'-. is the most ilmicuit p-.it of the  oporaf.ou Then pre.-.-5 bg.itiv the_ ro-  newed por.ions wit'n cotton and tii3 glass  presents tho sauro aop-.-.n-a-ico :i3 when  now.  tni-  l.i it in;; fm- ll.-n'f- >��������� -tn.  The ouipide  peel ot   o:.ions  makes a  good li a iv-, tor hen's  ne-ts.   ns the odor  vegetable   drbe-   a ��������� .15   tho  ,,1 e sure to ! e   '..���������<!-:    n  I, ting   ;t   '. 1 'a'    ������������������ ''  ,-   '.        It  IS   Mil  li   t  i" nocks ol -.i '. ���������  ice, but it . a "1  ...v or put 01: r : -.  i.y kind clost s li e  .1 .-. ho:i its Mipp' i" ���������  c 1: off tlio chick in sine 10 du-n.  ih.d  from  li. e. \  hen t  the :���������  gli-.ih  llo",  ni-: u the  .. ������������������ .\ iu  rn''si r;'.o  j 1,- ��������� - tn  11  I   ���������:< 1 lw  A Story ol IW ist ukeu 1 tlnit I ty Involving the  Ktinl nnil iIn* l.rvlusc-i  "I have heard of a .great many ea*-es  of uiiiiako.i ideiuity." said an Ulster  county b.wyer. "bnt never of one o,uico  as reinaii-a.o'.i-* as that of John i.)ea.-u..Mi  of Ghi iluriey, iu my county. 'T.-u year.i  ago John D-tir'aun married k..:!i"rrr.o  Cii-ipi.-!, a u.-li to do fiirrnorV d.-.u-^nnr.  Soon ii'l' 1 i--'.-"'1- he took lo'arin i, ami r..  ti.ne .'., i.--I bis wire shametul \\ Five  vears .'.^-n -lie dl-terrnined to have hi.u  ' arrets ten fo.' ill-treating her, but he dis  appeared ������ before she carried out her  intention.  "ilrs Dearman heard nothing of her  hnsban i .ifLfi- he went away, but a year  or so 1 iter she read an account of ihe  dircovi-ry of the body of a man in  the lie.iUf-n river, near Newburgh. The  det-cription oi the th owned m..:i was so  much ii.:c tiiat oi her missing lin--i-..ini  thar .-he woat to Newburgh io si.v if.th'*  I/O 1-. w .t, :.is. She showed to tne coroner, t:ie physicians who bad held the  pcdaio-i'iem, and to others who had  seen the ; o.iy a photograph of her has  bam'-, un i '-"ivry one at once pronouncen  it th.-r'ol I..C ..eid niiiu.'  "jli>. IJcariuiu had the body disinterred in or'.er ihar she might herselt  see the race -nil make sure tiiat it was  her l::iibaiid. She recogniied rhe hody  at once, - and tho further fact tiiat the  dead man had two front tt-irih .-is^ing,  jr.st a.s her husband had, made llu* uteri-  tilicauon ihe more nositivo. rihe ro-  Tiiovt-1 '��������� ne body to her Homo and had it  reinti-v.ed.  "A ye .!��������� or so ago Mrs. Dearman married .Ii'ihii Lbv.rithover and removed uitli  him to All-.'.i:y. wheie tney now live,,  pivsr.ero.i-s and happy. Uoe Cay l.:-i  wee.;, to the ain.-./.ei.ient of eveiyi.i���������.y  who had known him, John Di-.nman.  loim ���������vp; os-ed doad nnd buried, n-turncd  to Old J.ro rev. There could be no mistake- n.- to ..is identity. Too iea.iy cir-  cnui.st..!i'es p:oved that he w,.h tuo true  John iJ<. r,. :i-i. The story ot his su;-  jio^f'il lirovnirJg was tola io hi.a and tin-  e-iavo w.-.-jie :t v.-.is bejie\ed he li.nl lieei.  lving the������" four years was suoun ti.  liim������ He iil.-O learned thill his wife  had remarried and had moved away and  ho b.'.l i.  " 'It's all right    I deserve it.'  "Then   be   walked p.way mid  hasn't  been M.jcn since.    Unt ^^���������llo was the man  who \\ ,.^ dlw-.^ ncd, li'.eniliiuii  ."i.io uuilou  as John Dearmant"���������JSeW York fciun.  > . ni-iii: llu:  Il.iliy.       '  Tln.'j- InlU'-il ei Mi-dnr.i. Ann.ri iii'd Florft,  Oi Mu i-. i ��������� ��������� 'i.)'- ."..oi.. .'-l.i'.i-i ' ".nl May;  IX- n..       ,   ���������    . ���������   ���������  ��������� ���������    "���������' Ii������ii   ��������� J'-". ' ���������'���������  l.i.'ii������   ., i .i..... <i an.l  I'll., in,, ,.ne. 1 i,y.  Tlu-v I'. . i ::ii  t.f Mai.-cil.i. I"-" .'��������� I I'cll.i:  C .   ,,,,..-    :,   . ,,ia... ,i iuiiiiu;  All..... .'. '���������   !������'. -in. ���������������   ...  .li,., , lu.ii.n .a, i.I-.L-.  I.uili...so mill Irean-  Oiu "a... .'. f .(��������� ������-.iir . nn alu rl.i"i ,nr.i:  (-.ii.i.   .���������    .. .   .Ti. ",,.i   ..nl-   ,.'   en- Eluino.  .i       . . i  i inn.  ALLY LOCATED  BE HAD AT  RATE PRICES,.  tea  ^SBHSt^H  ES  Ai... i...... .lan i ,i  SSSS^SiKi 8?J
PAG E 4,
THE KOOTENAY .HAIL
ANOTHER SOUDAN CAMPAIGN.
The Anglo-Egyptian Expedition Against
Doagola Will Start April 1st.
The British government has decided
upon another- campaign in tbe  Soudan
'' nnd the Anglo-Egyplian troops are
being nias-sed at AVady-lIalfa fiom
which point .in ailv.-ime on Dongola
will be cDinineiiced on April 1st. The
government's determination to despatch .-in expedition iigainst the si rifng-
iioul of IbeMabdi has caused a .sensation in European political circles and
, the question of I be hour is whether
Kngbo.d 'has' thi own in her fortunes
with the triple alliance ,as ag.iin-d
Russia, and France.
The Undei- Secretary for Foreign
Affairs stated, in the House of
Commons that.tbe rnovernentof troops
arose partly from n desire lo aid Italy
in it* struggles with the Abyssinian.'..
"At, tbe present, moment,'" said Mr.
Cnrzon, " iiifliieiiccs'.-ii-e at work and
forces are unchained in Cent nil Africa,
which, if flushed with victory ami
bwolleii by a perfectly 'possible combination of forces, would constitute the
most sei ions danger' not. merely to
Italy, Egypt, or' British occupation of
Egypt, but to the cause"of .European
civilization." ��
Gen. Kitchener, Sirdar of tbe Egyptian army, will command tbe expedition, which will consist cbielly of
Egyptian troops.  These, however, wiil
' be strengthened by 1200 British   troops
under Gen. Henderson, staff .Major of
the'army   of   occupation. , Reinforcements from Malln will keep tbe British
.I
garrisons in Egypt up to then' present
strength. The native army will 'be
commanded' almost, exclusively bv
' British officers. Shit in Bey, of
Soudanese farrre, will also join the expedition.
���    Fighting'is certain. 'The Mabdi has
ti large'force at Dongola, and this   will
j undoubtedly be formidably   increased
,    before the expedition has bad  time to
���   get, within striking distance.    The Nile
will be  tbe line, of approach  against.
-   Dongbl'ta, which, after its capture, will
become the base of operations   against
Berber-.
Some press correspondents slate that
grave fears are entertained of the
fighting qualities of the Egyptian tinny
. /ind the expedition will prove a severe
test of its courage. It may be attended- by 'disaster.
.The main cost of the expedition will
fall upon tbe Egyptian treasury, which
is now in a condition to bear a financial
strain. The financial report is--.,ieil \>y
jE-u-d.Cromer,' the British diplomatic
iigent, in Egypt, shows for -lSOo it revenue of ��1,08S,000 in excess of the ex-
pendituies.
BEVELSTOKB,       ZB_C.
The Life of Parliament.
Replying to a< question in the House
��� of Commons, the VJon. VlNLr. - Pioko\
said the government was considering
the advisability of asking the .Supreme
Court to flecide .whether Parliament
legally expires on April 2oth or on
.June 3rd. This is au elevjnth-hour
question to'prolong, for a few weeks,
the life of the present parliament and
one svliich ,is likely.,to give rise m
serious ' complications should ii ,- bo
decided   that  .tlie   latter   dale   is   the
Local ami Personal Items.
lb It. Atkins of the Mlntinj Jieonl,
was in town yesterday.
Or. Bi'imnee, of Three Forks was in
town Tuesday on milling business.    ���
The Ball family will give a stere-
opticr.ii ciilei-tiiinineiiLin the .Methodist
church on the 2fith.
31 r. Hewitt Rostock, .the genllc'innu
who will oppose ilr. .Mara in the furthcoming eh clious,, is in {own lo-day.
At the nevt regular meeting oi the
Revelhloke Fire Brigade, to be held on
Fi-ii;;iy, April 3rd, officers will be lioin-
inaLed for the ensuing year. A full
attendance of members is requested.
There will be a concert, in Peterson's
Hall on .Wednesday evening, March
25th, under the nu-pices_of the Presbyterian' church.'' An interesting, ami
varied programme- is arranged for.
Admission 25c. In tbe afternoon the
Ladies' Aid .Society, will hold a sale of
work and five o'clock tea.
The Calico Ball at Bourne's Hall,
Tuesday, 17th. was a pronounced success and a fitting climax to the' social
assemblies which have been so Miecess-
fully conducted by Mr!" Gordon throughout fhe winter months, j The attendance was large and the'arrangements
for' the eniert.-iiiiinent of gire.st ������ left
nothing .to be desired. Dancing was
kept up until ���! a.m., tbe musio for
which was furnished by the P.evel^toke
Orchestra. The success which has attended the weekly dance during the
season just closed will probably induce
the management to arrange foi- a
similar series next, season.
Trainmen Discharged for,Carelessness.
34
aiirant.>>
(Under   New, Management)
. AH; SAM, Proprietor . .
The Restaurant has been opened under
now management. The proprietor,
who has been for ten years head-
cook in,one of-the leading hotels in
Seattle, wishes to announce that he
v.'ill put up, in first-class style,
A'fiOOD'SQUARE* MEAL FOR 25G.
AT ALL   HOURS.
-IZET-
0
r.
i .Wholesale and Retail \
k,MtiER\; j
Revelstoke Station, 'B.C.
Certificate, of Inippoveiiienis. \
NOTICE.
A short lime ago a work trim ran
into t be rear'ot' v pasMinger train on
tbe C.L'.li. two uiii.-s west of ijiadwiu,
The passenger train had'been slopped
in .i cut by some rocks on the ti-.-ii k,
and had pulled up just beyond a r.iiJiei
sharp curve. The vvorl: taviiu came
'alo'uir and piicb.ed into the n\o- end   of
the train, doing no very s.-rioiisdamagc I     Il.Uol.u Tru.iAl..-
to the   rolling  Mock,   hut  placing  the j ���"���������"";'������ 1 :)u-
life nr the p.-i-serigei  rireiuaii, who  was
undm-ne.iLii bis engine at tin*   time,   in |
e\ti erne p^ril.    Tlie ollici.ils of tile rail- I
way held an   investigation,   the  resuilA,  -\7(i*riri-:.ts IiElMU'.Y, GlV]-;\ that .''.Oiiay-,
of vv bii h lias been the ili.-cb.ai'ge   from
the service of cue i-ondiu loi and lnake-
rjlIlUK r'lRSUUiC MINTWUAI, CLAW. SiLil-
.L uU-d ill r lie Ti-i.nt i.-ikc Mining J li Vision uf
West ICnot.-n.iy Distr-Kl. Iiicj.iLi.it nni-lli-i-ast
ri-iim'1'i-oie. liil:e unit ...luiii'. ttvu miles li-imi llu-
mouth in' 1 .u-cio ci-i-i k o:i ilie no'tli I-r.ineli.
Take ii'itice lh.it t. 'rnoui.is Oo'vus, true iniuui'.s
i i-i-lilioAU.- No .'; . ii. intend, s"\ly ilav-s train
tin; il.itc Ik-.ooi, iv. a->;il> to tho Geld C'oin-
iii ���.pner tor a i-c.lilii-.it,-. ot !aii|)rovciii"!it-i. tin-
l.ne piu-pu-u oi iitiiaaniig a mown gi.mi, oi lliu
.iliiivo .;!.-.iai.
And fiirtliw lake notice tiiat advo-.--.: claim i
inn-l lio hunt to the Gfild Commission-.-- nnd
.i..tiii'i <r-vtiiicii'..i:il before llic ii.ii.incc oi Miili
(..���rlili .Uo oi; iie;ii*ovi;uie:ii-.
1'UOMAS IHT-VXS.
C'.Ly  this  mil  <1.ij   ol
lu-fit
a
Our   advice    to   those   about   to    marry,
is
>i';v ?.:���;$? '
������<;���-,. }/:.< Yv***
But   if   you    MUST    marry;   why
the    Post   Office <;tore-   and    buy    your    outfit
, complete   stock   of   Gents    Furnishings
there,
always
A
on
hand. V Shirts,   .Slibes   and   Suits   a   specialty:
n  ^ -^ S -      J '   ft.
i\'CK
VvcEJub.-'-
-.#
NOTICE:
correct one. -   Discussing    this   subject i \XA.\ t-;liiv.ti ,-,, their duty \o j.rut-i-t tin
the Montreal tilar says: "It is
diliicult, co see bow the S)omiiiion Gov-
ernnient am consist cuth raise such a
question.     A private citi/.en might   do
i:in
���A:
train, not having -cut. oi,t --!gnal.~.
tb.al the work r rain ere". vve;,-,.f l.i
b'n-aii^e they n.id p.isn-ii il.e s'^^iun
rh;^; s'ul" of th" point w'-ii v th-- '.t'-ci-
so, or the King ot Ashantee. or the litMlt i,��� k pl.o-e i.-;on-��� it-n.ii interv.ll
man in the moon. Hat il seenis a of .- ,n*,,uU-< h:llj ..i,,,,,..,] .)!,,^.t)1e
trifle late���about ti\e years; ']ate--!'or j p,v.���imiix^J' '-tram li.id \. i-i .1.-- K.ur.-
the Dominion Liowrniiiont toenieitain j - (|    j. s<'>,fl))rl.
doubts as   to   when    Parliament,   was I  ���.	
born.    The present Ministry   may. .of j jj  y[t,u gs jt  fj,0 y.-r.
course.'disavow 'icsponsibility   ff>r   the I .��� 	
acts of the Sir-John   Maeiionairl   Cn-j      Vicroiia    Tin ������:     Vvo-u   ,i'i   iniid.*
eminent: but how aie   thev   going   to J some* it \-, ieari.e I t h u th -. e i- n  w
,i     - ,   ,i ... ���   v,    ' o    '- i       I m obabmlv ut   Mi.    1 nrie'r  c
deal with the position or   II r.  hpenke. | [(, . f���     ,��� -llf%_.���,,,,,: ,,,... ,r,_ Al|   ,
jf the Supreme couil holds Lu.it lie has ; ,.tltr;l,.,t ,,<g Lb,"  Ib-.tlsli   I'.u die r.i
been sitting for five ve.-us in virtue   of i s.-h.-nu-.
election;    tln-n   .Sir    ib-ctor;     Th" iidmissifiu-, m...b*;��-,   .Mi'.'r'mru
llui'   mid. .'��� ee! I;iili eoli.lM .on-'  lie'   go.
I.I v-il.-lib.     .'i,l ���
pi o{)iisii h ,n ii.i-   i ������ nil .-ij,
if!.il-'i--liioil. in Mr. k-'h'-l o|i
t>.-|     .ifti-ril.ite I i-.i':l .iji;.1j lo  tliu Cliicf  L'oin-
i:iii--i( ner Km .s .in . \\ mKi lor <i lii-on-i; lo cut,
iiii.l i.irry .I'.v.i;. ;i'ii6u-'luiii tlie .following; (fo-
,     ,        i'ri'.itil tin-Is i iiiiiiirl on   tVli t'reck, hunl'Mu
man ot   the   pa~!,engei-  tram,   and   tin* j c,,iiMt\. W'^i Ivn-i'. .s.iy :
'���i.iiiiiii.-iiiiiii,' un tho \i e-i Iv.n): of tlio ivouk
.ulj'iiii'.n^ MrlCij's mai-li uti tlio noi-t,!i, and
r*arii:ii^ linn'-' uIi-iih; ilioilMi>k of the creek
no'-.n J in.! -, ti-t ii.������ '.K.-t 1 a lie, tin nee Miiuh
2 r.iiV -, thcfti-i- .i.s ^ ;nil.; to the pl.icu of .Ionian in-.. !.!.-tit, lonip.,-,-.!'.-,- IVnvi is iii'irc or li-s.
I-CATIi ifllTf.
V.'.:,'.--;u,-cr. ii.L .. .Vt.i-i h 3rd. IaO.i. Ifi-il
inductor,    engine   driver    and      Lv. o
bralseuien of the  wor!
���a in.    It   via*
fori.i.i thai, The   }i.-is~entre!    train ' men
NOTICE.
.���I
-���-'!i !������!.*���
R,l''I"t
'���aav1
u  liogll.s
J^an^evin arni .Mr. Mctliecvy will have
a   j,rnevaiice.    for    that    nasty
Couiitiittee was nuniefi ami enijinwcn
i i i no.eoi would li i vi
������������"' i tai'ie:! Ih
'\~GTK K :-' HKitrHV OI V KX'lli-it, :n day-j
^ "-, -.'!'r.ia"'-.J v.:,! .i;.;.i/i.i rf'e Cio'if fjom-
:..,-.�� iii'-r Ijoi.b .tii'l >v in Us !i)r Iii ��.i|s,i tfifiii,
^i-e. I...-"-;, iv..-. i-rn'ei" f-nrn t:,e fn!\.v.\ 'n-,' rle-
sc.lifj; :..ii'i-, - in io I -iti j'"is.i fi'iei-l., !���i.ilu..|.
( <- i  t  . W -' Ivu ,', i. i- .
1 .:��� -ii,. �������� '>!��� .-.1 -\ i a' !; I uul" -ontli i,f
}',<���( -,-i t��� ; i, i. ii,.--tl- ' rr.i '. t'li-iu-e -,i-iM
b i.i'."i. .-, i i . ,-*> 1 ,��� i. ...iir,-t-:;r.!;.:.
m i,i i>r, p.:,,'_' >,: -1    .
An 1  .'.!��"    '>:i..:,'  i    .-,'Jnn!.-   ifitl. of -. ven
,i,,! ���   )'.,i '    .'. ������     i.i.ic,   i' ''���'.''    li irti,    '   ne! . |
���in n( i mi-' ; i.n,;,. i',. i,  ,   ,. , ,',', ( mile, thi-iii.' I
<-,.-t ', mii'i , i (,ii-.iii ,e - "ij.i f n r-:
A-id .-' ,, "in..xi.i ir.,; on ^.l^-*  Iinnk  j iri'le .
,-e.iili  n[   us.-��� . >.    iii,;,   'lii'ijei   i.,ntli   ; iim'.v   |
���b'Ti'lif   ���.-! M   |.     !���.    ������    r     mil,' It  l .H),!. . f||> ,1,    ;|
v     I ' tii'l - ��� ���iiif ifti ., ; i. ��� < \: ;
��� ;j,',:...n:i
Tin.
BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE
'i'O   AXIl   1T.0M
h\\ Sa-4-2_ni Points..
Tlirmi^li l'"irs! C;!ass Slcciiini? < 'ars and Tourist
Slocpnif? t'.u-s to St. Paul. iMcintruiiliui.l Toi'imlo
wilhouL elianijo.
REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.
Atlantic H\r-rev-.aivivc*   S':l.') daily.
IMcilic " "    '   1C:-j   "
Kor full information as lo rates. Lime, etc,
apply lo
I.  T.   JJroustor,
Agent, llevelstolco.
(1K0. Mob. P.UOVK,
District, P.issoi'Kur Asjor.l, Vancouver. 13. L'.
Train-! lcivini; KevcKtoko on Samlays,
Jlniiiliivs .mil Tlnir-dny- ns.ikc eonnci-tioiis
wilh i'no' I'.iUlial hLeuii'.i.'i-s " ?.I.in'it.,ii;i,"
" At'ial��isi..i " an 1 " Alliei'ta." which leave Fort,
William for Oivun So.mil every Sunday and
Tlmi.--d.iv,and for V.-indsor and Sarnia every
\\"u.lne.-ilay. ���   '
yo'luiMa&Kootenay ���
Steam lavigationOs.Tm
no r
' in ii. i.,
Ul).
:{ul,   ls<U.
,'ieifjil    the
t-o be nifiVt inquisitive by,   the   [e-c-.-ni
Parliament;    before   .Airn-
The. Ministry   had   belter
<>|iinion<i of Sir John   ^r.'ifilnii.ilil
r^ir <">liver Mow,it, and live up   t<
d ictrine that Parliaineni  v\ ,s  ;im
Ciiristitijicl on Ami! li'Jrb,   18''!.
an
a
niei-l 111- i-i-|Ull i lll'-'il . mention"-) bv
modil'v bite .-.-rl.iio i "inht nm* em-a " "d
in I be Iii si 'ir<>|>'i-ai.
A ( iiln ii.ii lit i, ^;.."-i.il- iv- I in ijiie'.l ion
of    : ini1 en" 'X   ie- /oi i it iiiii-   Wiib    tho
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��� i aiiieed    If)    nif le.i-e    liieii-   (!'���;   i-ri    to
I t-.'Oti.i'iJ-'). I,.,.   ( ,,,..-    -,'jll    1,,,'nl   'out    tor
iiniiictai y a  -isi-i ni i*.    !t i-   not   lilu'ly
I bar anything vvii!   i-fnin-   ol   the   new
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415 locust Street. I St. Louis. Mo.
A ,," I CKEAPBST rout'*r.�� tho OTVD COUNTRY.
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CAPITAL, $500,000.
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Incorporated 1B93.
INCORPORATED
MAIN HOUSE: 200-212 First Ave. North. MINNEAPOLIS, M'.KN.
15 It A NCI ICE W:
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