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Array Vol. 2.���������No. 49.  REVELSTOKE,, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., MARCH,  28,  1890.  $2.00 a-Year.  ^ HALYGON SPRINGS" HOTEL >  Arpow   t-ako.  IS now open at'ilu-so Celoliratod Hot  ' Springs for tin: accommodation,of gut-sis.  Rates $1.50 to $2.50 a dny. Baths'* 25 cents  each or five Tor $1. Special mtesft-o families  or b> tlio inontli can lie uri-angL-d.  > Dawson, Craddoclt & Co.  R. TAPPING,  Contractor  and Builder   (!   TS I'UKI'AKKD Td KSTIJIATK ������" IwiMiiiRs.  1 J'liin*. nnd speuilLalicil ��������� l.iriiislii-il on :iii-  plicatiiin."  IJcAlcriu S.ush anil lloois.  Boats for Sale nnd K uio to Order.  J. R. HULL & GO.  ' Wholesale    and   Retail  . BIJTOIIIOBS."  , Purveyors of High-class Meats.  ;     REVBLSTOKS, B:0: '  AU orders in onr line will he  promptly  " attended to.  "FURNITURE,* ,   ,  Boors, Sashes & Blinds.  R. HOy/SON,*  REVSI.STOKE.  COFFINS  CAllinE]*)  STOCK.  iOBKr KOH: JHKGK.E kUWIXG  ilAriUNES.  ASSAYS*and -.-a    '  ��������� MILL-'TISTS���������^  '  '....���������"..Samples,)tested from......   1 lb',  to'1 ion in vAsight   W. PELLEW 4IAHVEY, ;F.G.S.'  T3  Vancouver, ;o  0.  "'~\11 "Assays ~'in-ide~"    i.i    "Duplicate.  Certificates-'forwa'ided   liy ''return. - "  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A.F. &A.M.  The regular meeting  arc held in tlio M.is-  imioTcmple, Bourne's  Hull, on tliu tlilrcl  .Monday in each  month at S 1>. m.  Visiting brethren  coidiully welcomed.  SMY'J'JIK. HKCiti:i*A������v.  P.EVEIjSTOKH LODGE, I. O. O. P., No. 25.  C. LINUMAKK  cordially welcome.!.  . X.G.     K. 0. LHWIS. Si:c.  -*--���������--'���������������'.'  Loyal Orango Lodgo No. 1G58.  Ucgiiliu* im cling) are hrM in  the Odd Fellow.-' Hull <i.i the  second and fourth VVoilnoiday's  of' c.vsh inontli ut 7:W p.m.  Visiting bivlliron .ire loviluilly  invited. '- , , 1  T. S'J'HKD.   J. I. WOOlMtOW ,  V.'.M.   ,       Jlec. .Secy.  -.    A. McNEIL-,     ,  3ARS3EK SHOP AND BASE KOOfI,  .Front Street, JHevolsfcoke.  Haircut, 25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shading  '  ��������� Tickets for $1.00.  WA'  GUY   BARBER,  rCHMAKSS AND JEWELLER.  Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, 3. C.       ',   '  THE   REVELSTOKE. PHARMACY.  OIGk  ,S  m' : Q  ���������4  H -  0  S for 25c.  m  Etc.  9  ,03  ���������-As  ES  [THE   REVELSTOKE   PHARMACY.  "A  WHOLESALE -DEALER IN  I ^  WINE  CIGARS.  uEE������BLSTOE  O.  ' ABR'AHAJISON BROS., Pkopriktoks.  First-class Table   +   Good- Beds   ���������   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone -V   'Bus Meets all Trains.  ���������   BEVELSTOKE.      ZB_0_  $*"���������  '.\ BRA [LA AJSON   BROS.,  Piioi-iiiktohs.  it  Th)  .Everything new and First-class lit ail Respects.  House is stocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars iii tin Market  srea/**H^*****w**M=*������*���������*^^  3W!������A"wa  Stoekholm House. ilSta  JOHN STONK. Puoi'ifin-ou.  ���������18  jlnlag Room is furnished witli tho best the  Market affords.  THB BAB IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICES  : - ' WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  mmercmi  _A.   SPECIALTT  PROVINCIAL ESTIMATES.      '  Of Revenue arid' Expenditure for the  ,    Next Fiscal Year.  The estimates ,,c.f revenue expenditure for lIks fiscal year ending June  30th, 1897, "presented to the legislature  last Friday, .shows mi ' anticipated  revenue (apart from the balance uf the  loan on land���������S300.000���������of 81,163,-  7S9, while the proposed expenditure  will total 1,372',07S.  Till-: KSTIMATKS OF KKVKNUK.  Following is a' suminary statement  of the estimated revenue under the  various heads, tor tlie ensuing year,  compared with the estimates for the  current yeur :  Dom. of' Cana i.v S  Iw.mil s..ili.-i, uio arrears ..  Land lto\i.*iuio   Timber royalty, *cc*   Timber lenses   Free miners' cortiIii,atcs..  Mini"!; receipts, gc-noral.  Lifeiiics   Ural property tax   l\jr������on:il property tax   "\V'iId land Luc   Income tax '    ...  Itc'cmio fix   Mineial tax   Fines au:l foifciture-j   ...  Law stamps      lloKistry fi'os ...'   IllU'l'uSt   tJhintso n*8ti lotions   Succc-?hIuii duty   Miscellaneous   isn;;o/.  ;    -2U,i',i<i  ii'i'i.iui)  o.uoo  ,3'),lKl!J  , 30.1WO  ���������Ji.lUU  (iO.OJU  45.000  O.i, <������  l-JO.000  45.(100  3'J.llOO  85,00.1  7.5,fOO  19,000  12,000  :js,ojo  3.').000  20,000  10.01*0  ,     35,100  91,1(M.78Q  :������o.ooo  51,403,789  1103-00.  5     2-J-J.tisO  ld'l.OIKI  0,00'J  , 4'1,00(1  3'l.000  ���������2li,(K).|  4'1,000  30,000  s;,(Wo  103,1100  ���������    15,0'J'J  S.OO'J  ���������     50,000  8,500  12,000  , 40,000  18,000  25,000  10.000  3J,bOO  ?1,035,3S9  E-it. cash bai. 30t!i Juno,  la'JC   Total I     _  An examination of the estimates' of  revenue will show some interesting  particulars with regard to what returns are expected from the, new Assessment Act. The new mining tax,,it  will he st-en, is'expected to yield ������75,-  000. The in'ci eases made by that bill  are put' down as worth, on income,  $22,000; personal property, $15,000,  and real property, $10,Qp0, and if  these figures are smaller than had be-on  looked for it must be remembered that  whatever lias hitherto been contributed  liy tnining'pro'perty under.these heads  must now be deducted, sincft' the new  mining tax'-has'talcen the'place of. the  other assessments. .Under the four  heads named, .the assestiiTenrr^jill \viH  provide $122,000 extra.' The , greater  mining activity looked for is expected  to produc-������J"$10,000 additional, revenue  for the free-miners' certiiic.ite-i, and, to  make the general'mining receipts $20,-  000 more than estimated for the  .current year, while for licenses $15,000  more is expected. The "timber royalties, though tlie arrears"have all been  paid up, arc expected to give ;in* additional SlUOOO. Against all these  increases rhe only conspicuous decrease  i.s in land sales, including arrears, the  dift'erencedn the estimates for the two  years being $80,000. The absence of  any estimate of receipts arising out of  .the proposed sale of land warrants  would settin ro indicate that the' much  discussed bill authorizing such^sale,  still standing on the order paper, ^ is  not to be proceeded with.  ESTIMATES OF. EXPENDITURE.  A summary of tho expenditure,  comparing the estimates now presented  with the supply bill of last session,  shows the following :   ,  .: Arrowhead Locals.  The weather for the last ten days  has been quite warm and summerlike.  The mouth of the river is quite clear,  but the "North-lja.st.Arm is still covered over. The ice there is fast melting,  rendering communication diflieult, not  ���������to say 'dangerous. Several attempts  were made to reach Thomson's Landing, keeping on this side of the Arm.  but they had to be ab.iudoin-d, on account of the rotti>n state of the ice-; in  more than one instance it gave way  under the strain, but fortunately no  worse consequences followed, than a  ducking.  f)n Wednesday the "Marion" made  her first appearance for the season,  having made a 'speciall trip to take  down a load of explosives. '.She will  not mn regularly till the Arm is open.  Fied^ Allen crossed by 'boat on  Tliiir*.'daty morning Uvthe south,side of  the Arm, whore the ice is noL so much  exposed In the heat of tbe sun. lie  'expected to make Thomson's without  much difficulty and was. acompanied  by-O. D*Hoar and J. P.'JDoran, both  of whom arc going to Trout Lake.  A large'gang of ' men are employed  putting the station in order and getting  out ballast for'the line up to Wigwam.  "ANOTHER bridge fatality.  A Broken  Casting Falls and Kills an  Experienced Briclgeman.  1896-07.  271,805  1411,510  131,838  29,014  43.S50  43,750  G9.000  22:1,112  13.000  12,000  S'l.OOO  2,750  -4 i.ti.VO  1.3,0'W  f-S.SOS  1895-9G.  10>,4_'0  150.350  133,714  .   29,9o()  4S.50O  .41,250  62,700  203,205  10,550  10,000  95,000  2.000  190,100  2������.(tlll  07,118  Public debt $  Civil Gov't, salaries   ���������Jiiftice salaries '���������������������������  Legislation   Public       -   institutions,  mnintcn.-incc   Hospitals and charities..  Justice,       oilier      than  salaries ..:     Kducution       Transport   Revenue hei vices   Public Works-  Works & buildings ..  Government Hou*-c..  P.oads, bridtjch, etc...  .Survey.*-   Mihcellaneoin.-    Total  51.172.078       ?I.315.837  The public debt ehaiges arc, it will  be seen, responsible foi' an extra  amount greater than ll.o total increase  in the estimated expenditure; and,  while education and road work call for  11 larger outlay, there are compensating  savings in the matters of work's and  buildings and of survevs. Tho interest  and sinking fund of the loan of last  year explain the increase under that  heading.  A UIO P.KI'CCnOK IX K.U.AKipi.        _.  Civil Government salaries have been  reduced,all round, with the- exception  of the Ministers and deputies, and the  lowest grade of olticials, whose pay was  already at the minimum figure (the. aggregate saving being just about $10,-  000). In the Pro\incial Secretary's  Department, the printing office, finance  department, audit oiiice, Lands and  Works, and Attorney-General's Department, a cut of from 1\ to v> pet  cent has been applied. A new o'mei  provided for is an auditor to inspect  all government o'lkes at $109 pei  month.  The appropriation for the Provincial  Board of Health is $1,500, in place of  \r*8,Q00 voted last session. The ::gcnt-  Lrencr.il in London will have i'J,500  salary nnd $1,000 for rent and ofiice  contingencies, against a total of $5,000  for thee purpo.se-, Usi year.  Mr-.   Davie,   wife   of   Chief   Justice  n.ui<*, dietl at. Victoria last week aftc  Consfruction work on the big C. P.  .R. bridge across the .Columbia has  claimed another \ictini. , The fifth  accident'and second, fatality on'this  work occurred yesterday morning when  an experienced bridgeinan and old  employe, named John .McSottrley, lost  his life. He w.ts working with others  on tlie bottom cord, about 20 feet bo-  low'the top of the bridge, and 2o feet  irbove the ice and timber. He was (,111c  of Miller's bridge gang, and they were  /taking out rods and castings near the  surface of'the bridge, which loosened  ���������them for lowering by ropes. One of  these castings was broken, but the  -���������fracture being on tlie under side 'was  not'observed, and.a piece weighing 80  to 1)0 pounds fell and struck IvIcSourley'  knocking hini to the -ice .and 'rubbish  below. -The - man who'"* handled the  rope 'and castings above, cried -'look  out," and one man jumped out of the  way, but McSourley, did not appear to  realize the danger, and caught the full  blow,' slightly stooping, on -his back..  In falling, he struck a Swede who was  made insensible for awhile, but t*was  notseiiously injured. McSourley receded two severe cuts, one on the back  of the head, the other on the forehead,  each about three inches long, from  which blood flowed profusely. There  did not appear to be any internal injury, but death occurted between 12 and  1 o'clock, about five hours after the accident.  Elijah McDonald was one of the  first to help him, and staid with him  at the car to which he was removed.  McSourley recognized hini and said  "Mack, take me home."        * t  Dr. McKechnie says there was no  fracture of the skull, and as far as  could be judged no internal injury, but  in his opinion death waseaused by hemorrhage which brought fatal pressure  upon the organs ,of respiration.,  Dr. McLean, Coroner, and officer T.  Cad man summoned a jury composed  of F.'B. Wells, W. M. Brown, A. McNeil, Albert Stone, John Abrahamson  and James W. Vail,  (foreman.)  Several witnesses gave testimony in  substance as abo\e detailed, and the  finding of the jury was as follows :  "That the said John McSourley 011 the  27th day of March, being at work on  the railway bridge across the Columbia  river at Rcvelstoke, was struck by a  casting falling from a height of about  I.*} trot, and knocked to the timber and  ice below, about, 20 to 2~> fe<*l, by means  whereof the said John McSourley received wounds which caused his death  about five houis aflerward**!. And we,  the jurors, would recommend that c\-  ticmo caution should be taken by (hose  in charge of constructing this In idge,  "iii"giving"warning of danger that may  be feared, to the working men below,  in time to save themselves."  The companions of the deceased had  made every preparation for the funeral  which was timed for 2.30 this afternoon, at which hour many friends of  the dead man had assembled at the  bridge car. The cortege was about to  start for the grave u hen a telegram  was received from relatnes to forward  the body of deceased to Lis old home  near Ottawa, Out. Accordingly, the  :-'mains were conveyed to the. station  and will be sent east to-morrow. It  will be taken off at Donald and placed  in a hermetically sealed casket, as required by thc   regulations   of Ontario.  The Austrian, rial;.in, Genjinn am-  Uritish meiiiliers of t he coinnns.-ion ol'  tin* Egyptian debt voted ������500,000 to  meet expenses of the UriLish-Rprvptian  expedition to Dongola. 'J'he French  and Russians opposed the vote -tronglv  and trouble is feared. One rumor is  1ii.il tlie. French ainhass.-.dor to London  I  R0SSLAND MINE EXPLOSION  Attributable to the Carelessness of One  'of the Victims. *  An inquest was held on the bodies  of the victims of the recent mine  horror at , Jlobsland and from , the  evident.'**! it ia apparent 'that the  explosion, which resulted in the death  of (ive men was caused through the  carelessness of one of the victims wh'o  was engaged in boring p'owder sticks  with the end of his candlestick, containing a lighted candle, a practice common  amongst niineis.  Thostoiy of thi* disasler as told to  the,-jury by Jeioiniah Collins, Ed.  Shaiiaghaii's companion is as follows :  Sat ui day, the I Ith instant, I was  worlingon the day shift iii the Center  .Star1 mine. I was working with the  deceased Siiaiiagiian. We wei;o finished drilling and n.vidy to charge the  holes. I went to,the blacksmith -shop  foi lV.se and .-tring.' The fuse is kept  in the blacksmith shop already capped.  I returned with ���������i.he twelve pieces'of  fuse that were needed, v.-ith cap upon  each piece. 1 went to the place where  the powder was. I found Shanaghan  there digging powder out of the sticks.  He had prepared thiee or- four sticks  and laid them between ine and him for  ine'to grea-p the fuse. He had a wire  candlestick which was not huge enough  to make the hole iu the stiok for the  cap. He was using his own candlestick. I, laid the fuse around the  bucket of grease so . that 'I could pull  them out as I needed * them. I had  taken the i'u.st one out and greased it,  put tho hole-in a1'cartridge with my  'own candlestick, put the grease on and  closed the paper around the fuse, and  was r.ving Lhe string around the paper  and fitse. ���������' 1 think 1 had the cartridge  between-my khe.es wtien Shanaghan  jumped over me, knocking ine down.  He did not speak as tie jumped over  inc. I saw three stick- of powdei on"  fiie as soon as he had jumped over me.  .I got up ari.l Shanigiian was ont of  my sight. 'When 1 saw the powder  blazing I .started out. of lhe tunnel.^  Sh.in.igh:ui was ahead of me and fell.'  lie was on ui:: leet before* I en.ild pass  hini. When we weie al. the door of  the blacksmith shop. Shanaghan first  >poke, saving, ".Wry. tor Christ's  sake go' and 'it'll Pete,"���������"meaning the'  fo'-em.an. 1 told the foreman, who was  in "tlie blacksmith shop, that the  powder was on fire. Ke ask^d .if-���������.Wtf  had told .the men .inside. - 1-said we  had 110 time to'"do"'So. -He then"Win  out,of the shop, but I do not know  where he'went to. When f'earue out  1 found Shanaghin standing .us I had  left him, facing the tunnel in. front of  the shop... I told him this is a" bad  place to be. He did not speak or move  that I -aw. That wa- the last I saw of  him before the explosion. Not moie  than, two minute.- elapsed from the  time the J powder took fire until the  explosion occurred. The powder I saw  on fire was the powder I mentioned as  being prepared and laid between us.  There rouM.be no caps on those sticks.  The caps and fuse would not be distant  more than twenty inches from the  burning , powder. The caps were  nearest' the fiie. I carried the stick  into which I had placed the cap to the  point where Shanaghan fell; I then  threw it behind me as far as I could, f  know that it was never found. I could  have thrown the burning powder away  fi0111 the place where it was if I had,  not been knocked down. I could have  dom\so after I had got on to my, feet  again if I had not lost* niv presence of  mind. I don't kiiow how much powder  there was at the place where the  explosion occurred. Jt was the duty  of Joseph Dolan to ,place thc. .powder  there, under (he foreman's.instructions.  Tha foreman carried tho'keys to the,  powder magazine. The burning sticks  would be. not inore than two feet  di5-.tat1l.from the heater on which the  powder was. The heater was a square  tin box, long enough for two -ticks inside. Oul-ide it was another which,  held the hot wnler. So far as I know  all the powder in the tunnel at that  time was iu the heater excepting the  sticks Shanaghan had removed from it.  I think the Iu'"ifc'r would hold not more  than 100 pounds; I don't, know how  much powdei' wa,s in the heat.er.it the  time. 1 saw Shanaghan after the  explosion. I ie was lying on his back  about 50 lo 75 feet from when* lie hail  beeit standing when I left him.  Shanaghan was using his randiest ic1--,  in which there was n lighted candle,  for removing powder fi out the sticks,  and il must have been from his candle  thai the pi.wder was ignited. 1 think  Iii.- candle had been burned not more  than one hour. It is customary to tt-e  our candlestick- for preparing the  powder to receive Ihe fuse.  The jury returned the following  verdict :  Thatthe-.-iid IDd Shanaghan, together  wilh .lo-eph J)olan, .Michael (J.ivigan,  Daniel Lynch and Thoma- (Jibhons  came to their death by an "\plosii,u of  i-ianl powder in the ('"enter SI ar mine.  Finns the evidence we are ol the  opinion that the expln-aon was caused  by the giant powder becoming ignited  from -i lighted candle in thc hand.- of  Ed Shanaghan wii'de priming e.irt-  lidgesfor bla-ting in Ihe mine. Tiie  cu-to:n we find to be common among  miners of boring out the end of c.-trl-  rtdge- wit li the end ol a ,candl> .-tick  containing a lighted candle should be  univer-aily condemned. We should  recommend lo the legislature of British  Columbia that a law be passed that no  oowder-I1.1M l������"'*-to!-i-.l in a   ir.ine.   and  The Remedial Bill Conference.'  The confeaence between commissions"  from the Dominion and Manitoba,  governments regarding the Remedial  Bill begins at Winnipeg '"to-day. Sir  Donald- A. Smith, lion. Mr. Dickey,  minister of' justice, and Senator  Dcsjaidines represent the Dominion,  and Attorney-General Sifton and Provincial Secretary .Cameron represent  Manitoba. If lhe conference effects  nothing substantial by way of coin-  p 11 raise, the probability is that the  government will be unable to secure .a  vole on the'third reading before the  statutory term of existence of tlie  parhaiiient expircvs.J        ,.,  !u  (her lli.n ai! the ��������� barges of powder  -lull be thawed (,ul ready for use in  blasting at some place prepared for  Ihal j)tli|iose above g.". im.i ami a!^ a  ale ell���������1.1111 e Iiiuii the main powder  !ii.iga:'.ine and iniildii.gs aboiit the  mine, .ind, furthernioie, that i'l-pector-  uf mine- i.e appointed ''or ihe mine" of  :hi!Mi ('ohnubia. We found th"  iVnlci Star mine will veiitilalid,   and  Ananias Outdone.  Ontario 'ha- been experiencing a,  (ei-rilic snowstorm which ' blocked all  Ira Hie for,days. No trains had arrived  at Toronto for three days previous to  las! MoiKh.y, when the blockade was.  Hero is a despatch anent the storm  which would make Munchausen ��������� turn  green with envy:  , Meadowvale, Out., Mai-ell 23.���������The  great est victory oyer the snow blockade  was-secured at Campbell's Crossing,  nine miles west of Brampton, on the  C.P.R., when Conductor Osborne, with  engines .5,511 and 017, and snow plough  No. *l. 101, cut a clear tunnel 200 yards  long and 20 feet deep through a solid  snow bank in two minutes.  ".   THE���������CONSOLATION '  In Good Pay With the  Ground -Im-.  , proving���������Two Big* Nuggets.G  A  John Sweeney,   foreman,���������    Pete Le-  vesque and J. McCreary,  of the  Consolation  mine  on  French  Creek,   Bigv  Bend, are down 'from  the mine on  a  holiday and lire renewing acquaintance  with civilization after putting in several   1  months at. tho arduous task of taking ,.  out tne  yellow   metal.   They express  themselves as well satisfied with   their  property.     It is looking better   than     ,  ever, thoy say, with  the prospects of  big'returns therefrom this summer as  the gold keeps getting coarser all th���������������������  time.    The   output  for  the  pivit  four  months amounts ��������� to  $1,000 witli  four  men  working. '  Nuggets worth from  $5 to $20 are comparatively, common    -  but Sweeney,-, brought*.down^'fewo-the  like of which are not picked up every  day; one goes just an  even $50*. while  the other weighs a few cents over $13.  Gold at Prince'Albert.  Gold in paying quantities ;has been"  found in the Birch Hills, near Prince  Albert, N. W. T., and the people of'  that neighborhood are said to ,b*9 falling over one another in their.eagerniess  to stake ��������� claims. The discovery was ���������  made on a farm owned by one Cad-  waller who is at present in JSngland.  R. J. McKenzie,' son of Wm, McKenzie the railway contractor, accompanied by an.expert has been, on the  ground for the past month and is said  to have acquired several of the "best  properties. ' 1  The British Pacific Again.  ��������� *  1 ������  From Victoria comes a report that  fresh negotiations concerning the  British Pacific have been opened  between the promoters and the Gov- ���������  eminent,- the basis of which are an increased ' hind grant and a decreased  cash subsidy, believed to be in, the  vicinity of 8120,000 a year for aquaf- ^  ter of a century���������and possibly forever  and ever, for all some people appear to  care. With an apparent deficit of  close upon one-third of thc entire revenue of thc Province, and a considerable increase in the taxation borne "by  the people, it is hardly likely that the .  Government will entertain the proposition.  Tussing Tries to Escape.  The prisoner Tussing, who is serving  a three months' sentence at the Provincial gaol here for obtaining money  under false pretences at Revelstoke,  gav.* Ihe gaol oiriciaIs a little anxiety  the oilier day. He had been employed  as book-keeper and had been allowed  consideiable freedom in going about  (h.'g.'.ol enclosures. On Wednesday  about f o'clock it was discovered that  he h id \ani.-hed, and at once a search  was begun. The town and country"  about was .-coiired, but no trace, of the  mi-sing prisoner could bo found. AlKiiit  .Sin the evening, however, a fmthei  seal eh of the gaol premises discovered *  Tossing secreted underneath the gaol  building. The clanking of his chains  indicated where h<* was. He was  piompily returned to his cell, and  during tho remainder of hi**, term his  freedom will bo more restricted tliau  in the pa.-t.���������Sriilincl.  They will soon be able to start a club  for iiii'blic '���������mlii'X'i'oiw at the big horn*.**-*  in New Wesi inle.-ter. J. C. Prevost,  ex-registrar of the Supik-me. Court,  Victoria, is booked for a -tay of .four  years; Ex-Uegistr.ir Paulding. ojir  vear, and "Ex-Government Ag"nt War- PAGE 2.  ���������"fi"11**!.**  jxvyvy j  '.rV\? V A \  llij-NAl  MAiL,  MODERN GOLD MINING.  An - Interesting Discussion of Old and  New Methods of Extraction.  "Miners -ay, th.it .gold mining has  ��������� reached the "transition period,"'and mi  it ha-, and has gone beyond it. Bv  this is men nl that the old methods of  extracting gold have become oh-nle..'\  and have i.ri\ en way to   new  mmiej-Lof.  ft  PORTABLE I.   PRACTICAL !!    ECONOMICAL ! 11  Tin-   attention   ol  i.To-i^cictor  proceedin'g, and ii"w application- as  dilferent from the oldra< the new  mower and 'r.'.-iper are different from  the old mH.1".' The racl. that the  inonntains are * lill'ed wilh mills and  'mining ni.n-hiiierv whieh are lying in  idleness' -ind going to' decay, argues  nothing ag.-iin-t the value of ll*..* lodes  onv'-in*. for the development of whirli  they are -Meet ed; for  their* a-sny.- and  I-  merits of ;i new im Droved .lOj.uniiiis  '   l - *  various kinds oi ores ;tinl  base bullion, eic.  and miners is called to the  for   testing"  and   smelting'  morals, also seiiaratinfi  and   refining  Manufactured Jr/ a cheihist and metallurgist, who thoroughly understands the wants of the assay c*r, the prospector, thc  miner, the chemist for laboratory Le'sl. f'-rall furnace work,'such  as melting", scorifying, coupling,   fusing   in -platinum   crucibles,  testing-  oi   ^am'phug  kind of fuel.)  ��������� t  charges.' roasting,  enameling, etc.    (Any!  if i���������i ��������� ^ \ *     ���������**  ,, 1 his lurnace is- mint in two h;uves lor .easy trausportauon,  is coiiipietc in itself, made of 'Vnoel steel with card iron slag* .'ind  iiietal snouts, wind supply jiiix- and knock-down bottom.  tliev are "l erleti; lor  thou-. a-sny.- ami -ri'-     >; t      n '    ' i'- '-        i-.i       f - ;     , ���������.'-���������,  , .   : .     ,, .  ,,   ,   ,,,,,���������     ,,���������, 1 his i landv Irosnect rurnaee j.-s o   the Cunua tvpe,  wilh  . tests bv otlu-i indthfifis do not, lie.    I������nt ,.,.���������-,.' . ' ��������� '      . t  the great complaint i.s that they hi.*   extention lor  smelting" ores, Capacity  i ooo lo 50;>o pounds per  '���������rehellions ores," and cannot he work- J,heal, according to the character oT'ores.     No prospecting* out*  eilata   profit.    Does  (hat argue  thai  the gold i.*-; not t heie ?    Not at, all.  No man should erect a mill wiJLh the  expectation that ho h;is a free-miiling  goldmine, for as-mi re a������ grass glows'  and water rnn.s,'lie will find that as  soon nslir.hiis mined his ore helow  water he will have sulphate, or what  , he calls rehellions oie. The truth is  that the wealth' next to inexhaustible  gold wealth lies in the*, so-called lehel-  lions ores themselyes, fwhich .are  rehellions ores in no sense othei than  the gold which thoy contain cannot he  extracted hy any known free-milling,  amalgamating piocess, any more than  mast beef can he converted into chicken,  soup'. r' ,     *  The history. of the   world's   mining  shows this to he a fact.   It has further  ,demonstrated, the fact that all  of the  great-fissure veins, and most profitahle  ,mining districts, -lhat have   heen  discovered and worked are* in close proxi-  mitv to or within a few  miles of the  junction of the primitive with the -secondary formation;  sometimes  in  the  former and sometimes  in  the  latter,  mid frequently, in   both  slrala at the  same time  and   place.    This  principle  applies more palpably to the oldet'and  less disturbed regular formation.   This  is especially the case*in   California:  in  many deep  placers,   hei   gravel  drifts  are ancient river beds,   covered   up hy  lava flows 100 and 200 feet, thick. These  placers are  fixed  by  running  tunnels  beneath the basalt lavas until tlie iIvor  gravel is reached.    In some places this  gravel lias been cemented together  by  thc alkaline waters, which are so highly chained with .silica, and whii'h have j  percolated through llu* lava floor. This  is the case in many pi.ices   in   Oiegon.  On the soutli fork of the Cociuille river,  in Coos County.'   This is in the. vicinity  and  near  to  I'ort   Orfoul   and   Cape  Blanco,   where  the -black sand   beach  mining is carried on, about   which   \v<:  have heard and road  -o much,   a.-  also  tho groat difficulty in saving the gold,  and   the   innumerable   machines   and  methods   which .have   been ' invented  therefor.    There would  be  no   double  in saving tho gold  by  ni.iuv   method-'  which have been tiled if the.black -and  was composed of iion. but it. is  not;  it  is the  titanium   or'titanite   of   iron,  which is not attracted by the  magnet,  and it i- coarser and heavier than cold.  Attempts  have   been   made  to .-<ive  -.r: " v  .- - i>ros|>  iit is complete without ii.'  AKenls Wanted.   For Price  and  Further  gnforraatl'/n,  AiV:ro=rs  ' National Ore and Reductiba Co.,  415 Locust Street, ��������� Bt. Louis, Mo  ittfri y :***a*3**'*,^'*i-rairtJd**^������������^-'g**^^ h ir'*ci>sjs;,ieviTsizrffi'������������ja'-^  5t������8  ^Xiag������������fe&������.  sly oil 11 ILlij&s  m^li%mmQ *������ fc  I.+  eveistOKe tsrewepy.  ^1  Ontario's," Grand Old'Man."  '      6    Sir Oliver Mowat seems oijual to any  emergency. The question of railway  passes'to members of the 'Legislature  was raised in Ontario, and it is .settled  hy giving to tiie ni.ilways the sums  voted for mileage, in loturn for which  the members get tickets',' or ] a-ses,  good for Ihe whole year. l>y this ar-  iv.nffeinout both "sides are benelitt'*d,  and there is no looker ground to sh-  pVct that members may be improperly  influenced in i.iv.irol lhe" i-.iilw.c, s. Jn  comment inu upon his ;o 1*i>!i in Lh*.-  nititler the "vYi'iuiprg :'<'���������'(.'��������� J'.-cs-', pays  the iolloivitig j-i.-t l.rihut t- to the public  worth of O11l.11 io'*, Veteran jJreinit-r:  '��������� lie i-a in'arvellou-ily -hiowd man, is  Sir Oliver, vv Im h.i-.-ettled uiotv knolyl  quo-tinns nr.d intioduied nioiC' juar-  tical refni nis than any other Canadian  state-man of the ago."  .No. 189.     ������������������  Osi'fcliicaie of tho Rogisfo'ation  Foreign CflRspisny.  '���������Co.mpanik.s'   Act;"'' P.vht' (V.,  Amk:*1)ing Acl'.-.  *  If you  want to reach the People in the North Riding of West Kootenay  * f ' so' , o!   ,  I , ^    ���������. I  ll '  YOU SHOULD  AND  Parasrauhs of Gonenil Interest.  l'i .'Il'iH'i'  sen,1 to  on  would not  li iwe',1   a.*.*iai*i(,d  in   th*  Tn:*.-day   ili.H    Parliament  it after April 211 h    '  Some ii.om'v'i*-, of  the iJ"\al   Hope. *>  of liifantiy.it Kt. lohu'-.   L������������.-l>fi,  a;>-  tone   {Oi|M*:u.*rti.,,od   Lor   ivS*.������.s*ii\ij   t.i  ".French   Creek   Mining   Company"  (Foreign).   '   ���������  r  lliiK-stjrod Iho lll'i 1I.1v ot |.\-'iru;e.-;,-, ISft'i  5   UliltKHV Li-.tify t!:.it 7 liavo tin- ilay ri-gi--1"  s' .il.--.i1   thi*  ' I'ioik-U   CJ.������\,k  Mii>ii,^* I'l.iii-  I'.!,���������-" (I'lJlVl^'lli, llll lot' tli'-'   '   '' ������������������llil.l.l-.i'(, Ai't,"  I"..!1 )*" . i������. lo-'mUon o" i-'..,-ti-,'ii <'.;,*i|,anit"5,"  .-.ii 1 ameii'linir A. l-  'I I'u !tc:-.-l (iilltB "t t'.J -.ut Ouniii.Xiiv i-  -.���������iu f i... i'l.-l'l' o' iiii.'-.iak*..', jn 'lit- Sfit*.*  in  .Vi-- oi.i.i'i. 1 ..-..\. .  l'i i* n'.iiiicl-. fur v. Iiii r, iIm ('uiii'.i'.ii;, i.-. i-t.ib-  li-ln'il ii'-y .��������� 1*0 piii'iSli._-o. ,ii'<!,a:i', ou^t.it' , C.v-  - ''..-.ii^i-, iul'.'., iii'iitjc.i'i'.. soil, lc.i*;.* muX iMinvtiy  iiiiii,-.-, 'iiiniTiil- ih" ici'id-ciiitiiiiusiifop.-iniiiii-ul  In I'ljn.iiin rtii'ic'i. I'lm.ji-.-il-, tlo|>.i*U^ ei- :i*.t-.-irct-  o-.s -.iii.l*-.,1 *.-,'���������'v.-1 - ,.n."i >'i*ni*i,iliy* to ciit.icru  ��������� a ii.e iii.iem; !).>s-i-*i<;���������, ,eil !n .l.-veln,! iiixl  e ..���������!���������* ir.'i"*- hi" '.v'i r.:n.'^. .uul to 'Jii^.-fCc 111  ,u*..l er, o i t"..'..n-i-i'* ��������� . ���������'ji inslii* r.T, ori-ct-  .n*<. .'. .,--.-'!< iia*.*. iip^r-it.r.^ .i.i I ni.iiiiiii'iiiii'T  dnins. i.ni.il-. uit ���������>���������'-���������:  v ilor-,*.���������!>���������-,  ins. i-\ ims.  OOO   O   O   OOOOOOOOOO  IF, YOU   WANT.  ,'.vl"  'v,..-  M\t  >1 ine  l.l.'U-'AMJ-  sill.  tllll.'H'!  ei-iii i.iis, r>.p-s. i-.i.it-ieiH'i-y. li'iiMliu's mill  n.i s .-���������_.'.! iM", .ii ce--.i'> .oi' -l'iV. .vnicnt loi*  i!-.i* i.tili'/.ai..n hi -.-..vu-r Iia* tlie jmriiusi; uf iiy-  ili.w'..<i j,1.! .- imi n-r. e. iiiiii r.vi-i . fi 'Io .uiil  ; -.:-). >i i -. i r ti -r ieid I'li.rci'nl "i . r..'iisv*��������� i.icu  i> i'. -vl.n ri in.i.. ',. t. -. i-, .ir.i, i.-.ie. .- or t,qii.di-  .-.1! f. i-r;,,' > ,, j - 0* \i- .' ". nf !.'.-, (.'onijiiny,  :i'.*t ;-.*i.er.-i i  "t ���������.*,-.i'i '."..���������: ."i 1 n. ijii'sii.nic,-   of  ll- 'Hi!  1" 1 j.  iit:,' i-  -I. s  .  Ll)  ���������i:  ������������������ii'  ,-i i*  11  IIOiV  -.1; ,<  thi.s gold by forcing it ihiough   incited ! -hovel -now.  , lead, but the lead oxidized so fast  that |     ,), c. lty'si-ri. who -^.i- ,  they proved failure.-. Tin* ti'-e of ipucfc- i (.)���������. !ir.u-e ot ���������"(-,������������������ r,e,o*= ���������;;  ���������silver in   the   amalgamation   procehf. ' -..ou'ii of hi- '. ..iti'-*-. si.io. ^.i  likewise resulted in  a   f.iilme.    So  f.u ; \\u-Al deal ha- b������*"*.> ,*_:  as known   tb.ere   i.--   vol   no   pr.n-t ii a I ' (���������*.���������,,-,..,��������� ;���������,-,,! ive-r.wn.ir-*  method of .saving r.ll  the g'^ld  in  tlo* ' i_,i,iht,.-. t >;,i.  sand.-, although much   ot   it   i-   &a\ ed \     s.iid a fir-d   ril-.i  i  with burlap.-and blanket wa.-hing-.  The well posted minoi andpitii-poftor  will not look U-v gold in tpiaiiK aiu'j  other known gold bo.-uine, fm niation-,  hut will nut be *-iirpri������.'.l to find it in  any of tlie i^u.-ou-s loek--. (Y;;-;>l"  Creek ha- prov eti t'.n.s 'o be it in*. A  well known gt>oio^i-t <le,-. -, iti<*^ to*'  formalioii ciiei e in Lhe loilou !!���������_, \ .u.-i.-  graph. .  "The fm-m.it ion in ('lyple (ioel*. ii  uii(jue.-t louahlv- Voioaiiic o*. *-i fl.������v,. i oii.-  pos-ed of p'O-phv iv flow and f-di-. -i.iin-  eil usually v. i'b n-d omMo of ii-nii. ii.e  jron ore found tlie.e caliii- no g-.id  contrary t<������ nil pruiodon!, tlio l"iI<1 i-  foimd in tin- pdiphyiy: i- imi I'n-i- iniil-  \������i!. .ind up to 11,it e no j.ri'i e-. h i- In en  f.nind that will f-jir.u :. -i ne -'!<���������' ���������"������������������--  fully. '!'h'*re i-no fifi"iiiilli'ip n.'M <u ���������  in Cripj-le l'i i-,*k di Hit I in d,.li . Ail  t lie nl e ril'l- v <*i v |.>v\. f:  .in    .Si    t"   .S*-* !   V i.-tr lll.l. nt'   1!  .ii.i :r.i  .���������.nt'.  .-it  tion>  ��������� vi   ;>c-  I.-c.-r  :< 0 .  ! inothei��������� M.ti.i'  put i:. tie* i  ui*.-'! t- ;. '..; ���������'.  . i )\i- [ i e;u !iK'  .  . ni'-ney. ���������  Al'-.. Mi l..e  ��������� be.! ,H OiMi'^  I.   i.  (r.  l-i-t,     ..-.  [.a* Iii.*.-. "  :ii- '-v.- :  *.*,, i ��������� !���������*. - \'i i-  h'l-iii e  il tie i  Ci-'Hichfi;  rn,. y !'j i' "i  o������* ei i.niii  i.l M. ��������� t -.  'I'm..   ....  1    l,,ll,|l*.  ..I  '  iiih-  11* :ll.i. "1"  il*.  . hi  :  vo-i  ���������i    A  ,*..��������� t.  ',- i'.-V  , '���������!'���������  .. d i  .��������������������������� t i  - i  J.1.1.  ...i  i.  ac; aie.  1"'  .It...lt-i      Hi  < -���������. 0  o..!  1'   'I      T  . i.  ll   l.il'.i*   nf  \ci*<;-. .iii  "     l>|'S|l,l>--,  1    Ijlv.   'v.  I.i  !. or .'inj   of  A  ll ( t  ���������ui|  any i- t >v.>  .1 t i'i  L.-. >j    un.id led  ���������\ ili'it  i-'.n,  ii*  \!  eh  ten d'lll.u-s  if   Olli'-L   at  .I'.illM      tills  \YI>r  i*7  o*:.  i.t -t..  - <  .''jiiil'.uii>:-.  libC  X.f.1.  ' *���������> A -S  I G-nniieiuen's  ������KOES -  v**r>-.  Y^ou can get it done at the/5 Mail" Office  N THE PROYINfil  ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo  RE\ ELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, "B.C.  ;i "ii  ni..  .i i'  hilt  I  : '  <i.  nl  il.  Vi  " a  ; ill ni fi  KV     ll!    ll  .-' ���������   .V    (  I . .  I.i     le " -  "   ,,'i I ..0 '.  i-r-'.,.l i'i, v ..'  I  ������������������   :'i ii^i n  *fi>"-!i&^St?',i������i*i^<  g^Sj-^i^gsai^ge^1*^^  ,.,.,.   ton,   with   the   ei������i*|,i...i,    id     pot     fie-i,-al i. .,:ivf  i������-m-������l  ..i-:i|.|������-.i.l    , ^r" ^.,     .       il^aSi^^^V  hole.-, in whieb .irh on-.-bai ,-!    The-.-    v-.-y\ % - 11,  j a ..*. ��������� ..:* ' '.> h.. ii* ;"*'i..  i o /T.i    #:��������� ������<&&'<%0 Wg%&%  i* no i������*gul,u*  foriisalinn.   aie!   r. n l..-i'.r    t wo pern-.* .*   pomei   hi   J io,d.m.   i"*:i*i.- V^'\    ^5^'    "^^'A'A^'^A^^^^  to tell   where   (iii*  is,   m-  an;-1 i.ihi'   by i uln ii. in,id'-i,11,110 ('���������  Pur   tlo*   m.i   .������*: "^saii-^"���������i-S'>^"t-,"J.������,-,^j3i3������*"  which one can judg" of this >v/.i- nl   I he 1  pockets, may be   one   foot,  fir   KJ-I   feet  Hqiiart*.    Underlying this  porphyiy   ih  iuif]!K"'tion;i bly iri unite I'm m.i I ion.  I������i 1*  at what dojah nu fun* knows.  call ti 1 i.t, pnl I i ive up and freighl.  An   e-;i ei'iii'i'i-i.il     < ���������m'-igniiienl  Tjiitisji  {'oiumbi.i   potatoes,   g'-o.\n  I',,,   ������������������"i^j'ibi . li-.i i\   <i    V.ni'-.unci.  111  i-  j!    ii    r."-!'i'jr>'rr.'C*  (! l about to lw lent lo .Sv ibu-v, Is'ew S..ui 11  has not gone through the porphyry.  At Battle Mountain, eight miles distant,  from town of Cripple Oieek, the  porphyry veins are more regular, coming to the -urface in well defined veins,  with granite walls; but the oie is low-  grade; same difficulty in I.i eat m������*nt  here as above."���������J. 11. h'isk in (he  Miner a iul Jilcclvic.iii 11.  Recent sales of autographs in London  Hhovv iliat. Mark Twain's signal nt'- is  worth twelve shillings and .-;\-pence,  lb-el, llar}r'\s eight, Andrew !,.in;''-  ,-ix. and Itid"i- Haggard's three. Km  ���������riome insci ur.'ible re.is(i;i, ?'i:-->. i!iilupb-  rey AV.i'd'.-chii <igi-.iiil,\ i- en.side: "d  worth six shilling-,, while .-loiil ii. j'- 1-.  Olliv iiftoei), -1  Wales, vviiei.* ;,., !������������������' 1-a pi --eiil dearth  of lh.it esculent, f t* t he pol.itne- anivr*  in good ffindil ion a fair r.i- >!i( -i.n.ild  be in,ule,,-ilter payment of fieigi.t ,md  other i harg'-s.  The l.diin-l lia-s 1 ercived   the   following     (ielicioiis     jir odiiction    from    the  medi'.'l man to whom it was addressed  by the   ;e-, eo-yeai-ohl   writer:    " Ileal  Dr. Di.ii'.na-     f would lie   veiy   pleased  if you ������������������> '1,ild let   me   have   ,1    U.iby,   foi  one gin e ,1       We waul,   it   on   Tin*   Ith !  Febiy    |...     Mnlhei'-      birtlidav.       Wei  wiiiild 1  ,.e il .al and Uoiiiiv,  v*.|ly   blu<  '���������j'(-.   1 I b.ii    h.iii-.    We   Cliilihen   ar<  irnuij- 11< yivi   il, In her niir-elvi -,   |ileasi  ,.,1-i.cr      at       nine   -Y'<iu-       -mi ere!;. ,  jilcliii   1 .aii.pln-ll.     I'..'���������<.     Wliii h v.Oilld  be the v J.e i| . . a ia'y or a On 1 l"  4  'MB.  |fMTS,T10Ei"i^j  *   COPYRIGHTS. '*&*���������  CAX T fSl'TAIW A JV.Ti..S'<"-f rum  pin-hfi*, -m.-^r .el -ii li'in,"-!, oiiiiilnn, -vrllc lo  .11 I.N N ������'*.��������� <'<>.. ������.'i'. I, iv liii'!n,.u-!/'tllj ruirj'  OT!.'.*-!'.:'.".'* 111 lie* . i*. 1* i.ti-.iii(*s^. ( inn unci If ,1..  tluris ������f 1 Icily ('ml' li nl eil. A Jin .iillmnk <if In-  ffl**IflHll'*ll roi.-'..1 11.1.,' I' 1 u tit-* Mrid lio*v Ic f,1!-  t.-vlll III' i.l .."Hi. fin. Al*-., 11 l*ii'i|ria!ii(iul'/lll,l lilil i'  lrail nnrl "i Ii*n1ll,'  I in r   ��������� ,-i\\ fni>.  l'lifcnl 1 Ilk, 11 51>, r.i ij. >i Miinn 1*.' f'n. rct'lv"  PT''-<'i.i! n')(l"* In 'li" -.' sen til. 1 A jii" 1 [i-:i*i. en!  iIhik ni" 'ii'.iiilil wnli 1/ l.cn k He- .Mill'. '.,li|.-  oii*. '"���������"I in 'Iii- inv'iii'.r. 'I'hii m,..|..ik1i'| j*. <*)���������< r.  Ihf.ii" .1 ���������."���������Idv ii j'liMll.'ill-.nli ii."!. hi.. Iivfnllif  lrir*."t i.iciil, II m er nev''-ii-iilil*n-i.'irfc I-i lli.j  woi 111.   "-"J .'i 11 'if.   '. -i .ii'l'   full "I'Cnl lif i������.  Jliiilillna IC'Illiun. ,1111111 In*,, ;������i,'l.i viir. Hlrif-lf  rril.li.'i. -iT, (i ,il-i. IVi'i/iiiiiiilmr 'en' ini'i Ik in  tirnl pI'O'W, in i-el'iis, n'lil i.!i"tri^in|ili 1-nf IM. v  llulJ u-i, :\ .l'i Iil'in 1. ci..������������������l.|..i": Imil'lel i t������i' In, . Ll������*j  iiiti-'d il'- ilc/i/. 'in.. ,' <'.: '* - '.Mi'drl*-*..   ^Vi'i,'   1  mumn &������;;>.. &i.w vouii, '.ui t '���������-  / THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  PAGE 3l������  LONG ENGAGEMENTS.  IS IT FAIR FOR JOHN TO  KEEP   MARY  WAITINel .NDEFINITELYT  On* Woman Incline* to an Adverse Opinion���������Mary I- Hlslui.il I>lncuK8������ri an Intor-  mtiiik Topic���������An Eloquent Ohniupion ot  Feminine Right*. ' ''  . Is it honorable for a man to bind a'  ���������woman under a matrimonial 'engagement which implies indefinite waiting,  for its fulfillment t  Mr. Y-i alter liesant made reference to  something of llio suit the othor day, and  during the present iprolonged financial  stringency many a lovesick, bachelor is  asking himself this very question. ���������  . John adores Miuy suicj has cogent reiv-  pons for iiolieving tiint his pulsion is re-  ciprocntod., Immediate marriage is  quito iiupOBBiblu. Shall fie tell'iiis lovo  or allow'concealment; like a worm to  play havoc with his hearty Hi-- silence  loaves her at liberty to accept other proposals if they iireseir thei-'rielvoe. While,  on the other hand, plight:.;g her troth  .to him may mean the' unavailing saorv  fieo,of youth, huiuo'aud nuab&nd to His  ���������selfish affection. '  " John is pretty vve'l sattsHoil that Mary  cares for him BuCiciimth* u accept tho  waiting risks. But that vvrv fact makes  him ponder all the inor������j s-J-nously upon  his duty to' her. lie s-'pre-iiales that  every woman whoso nat r.i ���������* is wholo-  lomo ami sweet is .ceemy ambitious for  tho love, tho '.��������� -n.ty ind 'multiplied interests that married Ho June cm give.  In the early tenderness of hor attach-  ir.eut itfr.ry is apt to uiinimiuo all of this,  but aa" tho liuio passes, and her girlish  bloom fades, may sho not regret this  price of her fidelity ? After pi lyiug tho  part of bridesmaid 'half a dozen times  aho mar long to lie a bride herself.  As the years drag on every now house  erected   in   tho  'neighborhood,     every  christening    party   at   church,   every  smooth cheeked matron he 'moets  will  Ve a direct reproach to him.    Mary, too,.(,  iiu���������'ht be discussing housekeeping -:ares  ut tho sewing society aud presiding at  '.mother's mooting* if ho had not selfishly  bound her by a promised    Ker syuip '-thy  in his misfortunes will bo just as generous r.s of old. but ho  will   KOiubp now  and then if her feelings b-ive not' und-r,-  K.-inc a change, and'lho eentiment is,not  Xi:*.* of ft sister rather th&n a sweetheart.  T.i is sure,they will miss nosnathi:ig the  fill are can never give and if the bifwsed  i* .>��������� of union actually cotnos thpy  must '  b������ i*osu<*ut,to take restf nhtc-.s r\irocstaey.  Which reasoning is all y������.ry fil*-*. .^r-  John,' but r.fi yon  thought it out in  a1  xninneut of idn.������listic altruism, it is tnot  ' ia'practice.wortira snap'O* my finger.  "   ft is but right that a man should hcbi-  Into to a^k a woman to assume, thc obit-.  ���������f.-.tio-os-of  matrimony without any of  its joys ������.ud  privileges.    T-> an   h.r*.nor-  uiile.Cvoinau nn'eiig.sgeinpiit mean? thet  a>-ump'.ii,-i: of many duties atid A*isieti������*3,  aiui ii proiouged beyond a certain period  is apt   to  become slightly ludicrous to  t'ne outside world. Romance hovers  - only about now marriages,, and t-etroth-  ,nls. and old lovers are hopleasly corn-'  inouplace. But the very f.ict of your  asking M.iry to bo your wife assumes  that sho is a person of understanding  sufficient to know her own mind. Your  proposal was not made'under any false  pretences. She - accepted tho situation  with :.er eyi's wide open, and it in but fair  tolet her exercise some discretion in a  matter so nearly concerning her happi-  ii' s-O ,   *  , " If1 John only knew it, tlie one unpardonable,crime a man can commit iu tho  eyes of the woman who loves him is not  to confess his pas^on for her. Silcne.o  she finds it impossible to fio^ive.  Aside  s from the grioT she suiiers, ins reticence  puts her at such a cruel disadvantage.  Unless he spe-iks the mairie words, she  is powerless to tell him how patiently  she,will await tho turn of hid forturiu3  or tho removal of whatever obstacle-^  n-parate they).    "Waiting  is  one of tho  ��������� things women possess a pontivo genius  for' and   uncertainty a  trial   they are  .���������.helpless to combat. As ail the-world  a.-rees, men and women hold c'iametri-  c������iiy opposite views ns to what i& l.-or.or- -  able. Jonii feels ho has 1:0 rii*-hr, to  ' speak, while .Mary is yearning to provo  her subluae indifference to the very  stumbling block in their way. Then,  too, Mary ii justified in b"li%1-.ing that  John's mountain, sensibly upproi.ohcd,  wili prove to bo the, men st moiehill.  Of conr.-e, his soiitimont about his old.  mother is very adtniiahle, but is it jiint  or right? Because she it :tu ehlf-rty,  feeble and much imln'MC1. old lady is no  reai-on \*-iiy he should niii.iu single.  Trim, she depends upon him or hau. a  very niitur.il matern-il jealousy touching  her son, but it Beoms a littio unfair to  sacrifice  a young woman's lovo to  an  **>ld woman's whim.  As ft rule, the onibarr.isse.ionfc that  begets a long engagement is financial;  bur whatever it may be the m-i-i should  speak. If he believes hi-- love is returned he has no right to wit1.hold from  the woman a complete confession of his  feelings. Not only is *it muting her  with tne proper .respect and oonsidera-  tion. but  he owes it to himself.  Much evil has been wrought by just  such false conceptions of honor us-the  one .Walter Besimt suggests. And,  though okctivo .affinities and broken  Ik arts are unknown outside of th'sseuti-  luenial \r.-rld, warm, liuiuan lovO.ia '.he  most acliro auent in the world to day.  It i* as much thought of hy men and  t-.-.lked of by women as when knights  '.���������mint aud dams-ids wero in voguo.  IV.ory one all the while is making an  uncon.M-.io.-is struggle to win or to hold  it. W hat a pity, thon. with so in any  r-sal diiiioulties in the way. that fictitious haulers, which aro pin-ly n:in.,iii-  arv, fllioniil lw iillowod lo 1 *'....,.rue I the  ci air i! If John loves Miry, toll hor  to. Tell hor at all basi-ids Lei hini  ei.tioat her to bo his. in ���������! if I'm/ .no  o'-lKodto wait half .1 hfeti-no ror iho  ri i;,'. it will bo uonc thn io0n a 1:0. i)ia-lu  ;  cm'   in the end  and nil ol pr.ro i;o!d ���������  Young England.          r T  An linglifch teaeher, Miss A. O. Gra-  "nam, has recently taken a,prize for the  best collection of pupil's blunders. She  vouches foi them all as literal copies of  the' originals, and explains that she  was led to .set about their collection by  reading one day the surprising statement that " liaiod and OdesFne translated Euripides." Tho Vou I It's Companion Rives a f"i������=->-0f the choicest  gems of lier collect ion : '    (,  'Esau was a man who, wrote fables  and who sqld the copyright to a pub-  lisluji- for .1 bottle of potash.  Tilu- was n Human ' bhuperor���������Sup-  j)0-ed,ti/li.iv,e writ (on thi" Epistle to  the ]Iobri;w.s--his other name , was  O.-itos.  J'eikin Wnrbeok rnbed a rebellion in  (he reign of Henry VIM. He said he  w.is tin* son "I a. prime, but he vva's  really tin* -on of rc-poclnhle pcoph-.  Oliver {.'rniiiWell w,-is a man who was  put in prison' foi- his interference in  ���������ireliiiul. When he was in piisnji he  wrote "The Pilgrim'- rb-iigros,," and  ularriod 11 holy (-ailed Mrs. O'Shea.  Tho Jews i'teheved iu tlio syn.-goguo  niiil had I heir Mtmiiay on a .Siunrd.iy,  but the .S:i!ii.uit;ins believed in Ihe  Church of IZiml.uid and woi-s-hip]). d in  grovoi- of oat: ; iherefoio the .lows had  no dealings.vvith the Samaritan*.  Tin* heart is 10 comical Vhapod bag.  The heart i-; clividiiiLiiiLtiJsevei'al jiait.-,,  by 'ii ll.'shy petition. Tho'.*.e pails .u-l-  called right artillery, left artiilei y, and  so forth.'' The tuiiftion of the heart, is  'between the lung.-*. The work nf the  heart i^-to repair the different   organs  Li ('r  in about half a minute.  Re-arranging the, Stars.  Secretaries Lanionfi and Herbert  have reached an1 agreement as'to the  re-nrran������einenl. of stars in the United  Slate*; flag, made necessary by the addition of .mot her .Mar as representative  of tho new slate of Utah. Thu.elfect  of (he change is thus : Tho li 1 si. third  ami fifth ruws���������c-onlain eight stars each,  the second, fourth u,nd sixth rows contain seven .stars "each, making" forty-  live, in' all. .. Tlnec additional stars may  eventually be required for the lou-i-  tones ol new Mexico. Arizona and  Ol.iahnma. They can he placed'at tfie  ond of the noeond, fourth and sixth  rows respectively without requiring  any further change ifi( det'lgn as now  ad.'nteil.  A Holy V/ar Proclaimed.  A dis| aleJi to tho London Globe tiom  Cairo'says (he Khalila has proclaimed  Jehad (a holy war)' against, Egypt,  and  'has called all th.ailerv ishe**, capable ot  bearing arms io enroll under his  bonuors:. The ilisjiatcli itdd-s that it  said that  Gsiii.ni   Digni.t   is   to   leave  , Kiiosala and join the dervishi*, now  uiu&roriiig .it Dongola.'  The declaring'of the Jehad, or holy  war, by the Khalifa is tht" same step  tb.at was t.-iUen by his proilecesMir, or  the jMahdi, at,, tlie time of the last  British expedition under' General  Hicks. 'At 'th.it time Oman Digma  was dispatched by the JMahdi ro laiso  tho ,Teh:id, and the report that, ^-.uian  is 10 leave iv.iss.il.i .uul join the  dei'vi.die- now niusl-i-ring at Dongola  indicates, that he is again ontruV-ted  vvith this olliee. Osman Digma, at the  time he was selected bv the JMahdi was  a slave doalo! in Su.ikim. lie ha.-given  frequent evidence of marked ability,  but. is noted for his cruel and savage  nature. It w.i.*-' he who was in command under the Mahdi, of the1 lf-O.liOO  men, near Ka-hgeil. As is well-know n,  the entiie British-Egyptian force, with  the exception of two or three bundled  who hid 1 liemselves under the fl������ad  bodio.-., was annihilated. It is believed  that tlio forces of the dervishes at that  time wore 110 more r.nmoi-ous than  those now gathering a.^ Dongola in  rosponsi- to (hi; call of their old k'.uler,  and it is known1 that they aie even  hotter armed now than then. At least  H'jM'M) dorvi.-hos arearmod with modem  rifles, and th<" e rifles aie, moreover, in  the hands of elephant and olrieh  liiiiiti*>rs. who are at homo iu their u-e.  Jn addition, there .-in* a ninnb'i* of  l.'.iiiing .uid Held guns iu tlioii pos-  se---.ii;u.  Iron D-j:l(!in;^ Not Kiroproj".  The desti-iK-tii'-.i of the Manh.i: tan  Hank Huiidinu1 iu y.i'w York, maiU _ oi  iron and Mippos'-d lo be fireproof, has  biought I'oiih l!:e declaration from  Chief Bonner of the J''ii'** Depart ment  that tifere i- not ,1 fireproof building iu  the citv. 'J'he lire ruoke om in the  Ke.np Jhiihling, the inj.if of which  acted diroetlv on the expo-ed ironwork of the Jifarr.aU.iii Building. The  iron resisted the lire���������that i-, it did not  blaze, hut. so f.w  Lhe   safetv  of  the  WHAT THE DRAMA COST  RUNNINGA THEATRfc IN THE EARLY  YEARS OE THE CENTURY.  ���������!/ year? of this  ceutniv   and   to  1- .-.il'o to pi edict  th it.   unk-f-e he  When Komblo tlvod ������t.000 a Week Wat  Required to Run Ururr l*u������e���������The 8������lwy  Paid to the SturB of Lone Agro���������A l'rofit-.  nble Invcstmpiit. ' '  If one were ashed oil handed, to ok-  press an opinion in, regard to the relative co-t of mulling a theatre during  the e,  .lav i*  *h i.' j;;-i luii.red up the "nifltter, even an  e.\j ej ;.0u.*edr manager v.'Oiil.i say, at once  ibnl the amount of mcn'ioy si i.*:it ami  h'O.oiled iu a hr.-t-che-s phiyh.jiisJu to \l.yy  would far exceed that' ppL-nl,*.a century,  jvgo. ,li;-t :w many htu-ient-i of tho  jilayhoiiM** find that each age has seen  its jilavhiiuses moot its pp-'CJid roipiire-  meiits. ami that, each geiieia'uua had  had the fame enthusiasm, tl.e'wuno  f'lf.lts to tind. the fiauie, doger.f. aiio:i of  llio tin aire to dejilore, so ir ������> i';.:** tint.  .ift<>r all, the expanse ofiuimi..^ >* theatre ; e.u.-* t:.c s uno relative pi oj ort ion  to ihe 1 nm iiunity in each aKO. A very  e.\ce!ient pvuuf nt thi:. Was found the  other day in a bo.ik imbli-iicd 'naif a  cenliirv iv-?). long since out of print,  ami never very widely circulated, ou  llio "Lilo of the Ducho������s ot St.  ,Aliians," whose ,^irst ha'-b-md' was  Tho':i,.(s Coutts, the rich h.tn'rer. "There  afullU-t. of the expenses *if rirmim?  'Drui-y Lane in ISO!;, when John Philip  Kcmbiu vv.'ir, the manager, i, puoiisbed.  "Mr. Kcuible, as leading acior, of the  company, drew <i sal.iry o'f "',���������."i') ,1 we*>'--,  witli a.1 additional (ftfu as stage manager.  The latter was paid all the ye..v round, ���������  the former during the the.niic.il season;  it made an aveiage inebmo during Ilia  , control there of '������10,000 ,11 your. -Mis  Siddous received i?0()0 a wi.uk liurnig  the season, or, about $0,000 a year.  Lea li-'u men like Banister ."flandsome  .hick,'* ah'.-o devoted to Ijarrick and to  Ki'uiini.d J'".".n, diew a salary of .*3") a  week, /liioiiiivs Kmg, the oii::Lial Sir  IV'ter Teazle, dicw $30. Alexander  ���������Pope,"whose first wife was the i-o.iiiin'ul  Miss Vi.u.^o. and who h> better kun>\ 11  i\b a gourm.iii'l than an actor, received  IJG.j. " W rough ton, who was'lor years  piMpri"tor of Sadler's V,'e'.l= Theatre,  had ',-7V, Charles Kemble, ������j0,'ijyr'ie.  the b.nlet master. C--������0: John I''ilmer.  'tl:.}original Josepti faurface. Jio; Powell,  the p:on.ptor. had $20, witn many  e:ii'jluaie-.iidi the famous Grnm.ldi had  br.l'ijiI'O. ''..,''  Tlie Drury Lane company wa=y. (juito  lar.-;o���������it num tiered forty iivo pL*o;iie������i)a-  sii'.es thc extras���������so that the salary list  footed up to tho weekly amount of c>v2.-  CdO, fully equal to the large-r Hilary lists  of to day. Tiie extra people received  from ������'() 2a ro .*?L0 a wee!:,' yrlncii com  pares well with tho pi ice pa:-', to day  Indeed, tho above figures,co.V.. ,..-e more  than favonu/.y with The-.Valr.-1-.-i '.a 3ng-  laiul, lo day. English lea.".;-,, iiieuia  the provinces receive .s-iiaiK-s Ij (lay  rail' 1 i','Cko.ii *,iT.-Jj io Si'i.iJ.' tbe ."Inures  Ik".1-: 1..!;:���������,':���������. of course, in Lo 1 1 a', and  in tins ���������: i-i dry the price ra.; r^s nil the  wrr.y iro-.i \'A.-i to i-'SJO, vvith rolao-.e ex-  c." :. o.- n' ually paid to Enidi.,... ..f. a",  ,like t In- ���������* ~.");) that was paid Ob .;',. s Coja-  lati wli-ii lie camo here to star un ler  Jo'an Stetson's management and the  !S.*J00 th.it was paid Leonard Hoy.10 la-.t  year, when he stayed "The Prodigal  Daughter," and played tlie hero.  Boynes salar}- in London was ������i2."i.  Loa'dimr women in Entfl-md irat fiom  ������00 in f.'i in the provinces, m-ore in  Lo-iaii.    English comedian'  ixet  from  .���������>''-  to (vi  60 to s5i,  a week, soubrert^  l.oavv  men abc  building is concerned, it did something  infinitely worse. It expanded undei  tho Heat, .-uul forced out tho ends of  iron beams aud giideis finni their  testing places on the supporting  piers.  The result was inevitable. Without  the support which the builders gave  the (looi-s, down they came and brought,  with them the ma-.- of fisv-biick used  as flooring. The roof war. biought j  down by the pulling of the other floor J  columns, and'the destruction was com- I  ele.     It   demonstrated   anew   that.  !l> ,1 $12.-  tlio  same  fi^n-.e as snuhrettps, but heavy women  ie <:.v fra n ������20 to if 10 n week. M.my  re;-1, d 'i*!.\> utility people in ]" lurlaiui to  d-.y To 1 ot get over iJ6.2o to ;;.i0 a week,  less .Ii.n. was paid in Kembie's t.'m .  6 lhe 10I..I expeui-c of riiiniiug tne  Drury L.me Theatre in PZei:.b".e".s time  1 wits *-l*.5;)l a week. It is vdui b.r-.il ii  any the.itio in this country to day costs  more It i.- difficult 10 oo'ir.iaie the ex-  pen.-j.s to day with those ol. Drury Lane  :l ihe tune mentioned, as so few play-  ��������� iOU-cs have a htcclc company, but }i,Q0L)  will ijhvi r ������������������ ust of tho salary li-.Us to  day. sum ������������������ liecnnso salaric.'-. tliongh  1-irge. aie A -.��������������� in number, .while tno ������s  :iei;.*-e.- ot a wt,-ll known theatre 1:1,town,  ul a posi-'on ranking with Drvu-y Lane,  ,.rc. outni-.e of the salaries, 1,',0U a  wee!:. Some years ago, whrsi t '��������� B is  ton Thontie had n stock comp u*v. the  expi*:.-> - ������vi re i*000 11 day, or, rataei, a  pinon. iim',', or ������i.-i00 a vreok.  it is it.'.--iesii:ig to noto that the val-  i*.:*tin 1 i.t '.he Drury Lane property was  ���������.li-'J.ii.;'). and that it was n profitable  prop'-vt-'. t3"nt' rent wai fiiinre I at only  ���������*i j), r ent on the investment, !:ioi.\id of  10 per i-<--:t, a- 1.1 done in t is-* ������������������������_��������� davs  Tiu s.*.*:. 01. wus only \>'i vv-e*.-, s-> that  tht-1-ni r.i WiV, about fl.n.'l'l : '���������.���������eel:.  Of on:'-" it is only inir to note,that  thorj v-xs out one other ii -env-.: tlic-atro.  (>jvc-;ii Oarden. at the rn;:'-. n-\,\ tiiat  f cour-e l'litniT o*.erbsbuices '. 'onus, in  making comiiaris iii'd of iili- sm-t. Still.  ;i may surpri-e many to liu-i that, so far  as rhe c-pMiditur-.* of big^intiney in the  theatre is coiejerned, we are not in ad  vauee ot* our t'rea't-;.',r:mof.'rl;ers, especially wlii'ii it is comider" i th.ttiiis  do"fi ; o* ii:i in :o any money f������.r seen TJ"  ur the ;>.ii:":'.ir's fees, which lv.fr were  pretty co:isi i- rable at th..t time, as  mai.y o:: ri .>:i plays were pi- lueed.  Ti '��������� < .-.-.e"**e of light inir fil l':e-itro���������  (Win. It*.- v-iirc ii=ed���������of heatiog it, o! ser  i-.-r.ts :.ni. of priutimj the b: .- of D 'try  Lan *   w;*s ;ViJ0.    It woul \ '. ... r-l - -    ;a-  lil.e a chain, the sti et-gtii of .1  building is only that of lhe  link.    1'li'ef Bonner .-ai.1 : -  " 1 am piiip.ire.l to ib*. I ir.'. rrin  exi erienci  lli.it   a   buiidw.g  we  in  nke-:  1   m v  I I irk  and  ��������� ���������!!  yeliiHV pine, in ca-<������ ot 111". is  e.i-ierto manage, and the cont**tit  have ||'"|-'* i-!..!iiee of beincr ' '.ved thii1.  lhe modern fiie-proof biiihliug. In i he  lurinei-st riicl lire the Iiie burn- mure  slowly and ban no cii.-uic-* t" eo.in 11-  Iralo il-i heat, n> in the iron and -!i,i  .-tructuies."  ���������r.'j.ii .'   to   note  the  i/.:a  *ti:.- . . 1 ' ni'ifiiii'O  il  wirl:  t  < I* <���������; *��������� - -;'!*ont A?3 a \vc>  ...   ....;.. i;*j recoid of :;j.  j,-, 1 '   -      U--i.;urka! le at:   1  *  *.      .-.,1 11. iiiauy. it iiiu.-i .  1 . :.  :l!t-y are  l'.:e   '--.'���������.,.  iniii.  ,ei V  'I. i.ilg  t    of  Ii    -ll-e-  .',ti.C   li.  ��������� -  mi   a  1 i..i.t.iulo    inv^tmeiit.*��������� CJnc.igo  iler..Kl_      -...   ic. jit  ,;.. .-ti   \ 11.  M*.-- '.  m    f.'ij yon '. 1 ���������-, . ' ie pre-tenre  "t nil- '1 :.i \..*.ii  we.i. iii;,^    L.i.i. J.Nev.c*  ��������� I kcj t .Ji Ule jni_-i.cnts.  i  v%sw3g m  ���������L, ,t  CENTRALLY LOCATE!  LOTS ARE TO BE.-HAD AT.-  o.  MWBir  '<%j>  Iffi^ .-'V - *
-1   -Ti. Uli    T.
From the Provincial Grab-bag---Local
and District Appropriations.
The annual Grand Pap Handicap has
been run at Victoria and the disappointed ones will have to fake their
chances fur a prize in the Consolation
race which will, be pulled oil* when the
supplementary e-timate.- are biought
,The sum id $2*),0.)U i.-. piovided iu tin*
estimate*-, for t he en-uing year foi the
purpo-es nf s-o-id-, streets and bridges
in the Ninth H'dingof West, Koolenay.
,Thi*> sum iniisi. cover the whole district
>vilbthi�� exceplion nf another tjil.(KX)
divided equally betweeii Jlloeillewaot
aud tbe Fire Valley road.
The out. in   salaries  affects   tin*  gold
, coininis-,ioiier'in   Ibis   rifling-to   l.he
���extent nf $'!(j per year and no pi ov i-i on
is made for any clerical or police a.ssi-i-
"J'he siun oi* .$200 if- provided for the
repair of the government office.-, here,
which'makes it evident that the government, bus di eided In furtbei delay
the erection .of buildings sufficiently
i com nu id ions to answer lhe needs of l ho
���di-tlict. Il.s, representative in this
rifling will have to content himself
with a ramshackle struct lire which
would disgrace a backwoods''settlement and the public service will be
incommoded just to the extent thai
the ^facilities (clerical and otherwise)
fur its pi opei* conduct arc lacking.
,\V'e have ,,not   fared   bolter   in   tin:
matter 6f appropriation for educational
purposes.  '  Time   and   again   (he   attention of the Education    Dep.-u tineilt
has been called to the urgent necessity
for an assistant teacher  in   (he  public
school here, but   the  prayer   has  gone
unheeded.    A, few   weeks  ago   it. was
���shown by the returns of the Revelstoke
public school   (hat  both   the  enrolled
iincl   average   attendance   was   laigor
than in some towns where the  teacher
in charge, was provided with assi.sl.uico
and the appropriation for educational
purposes was double theainountgrant-"
ed to this   school;   but   the   estimates
show no appreciation of these facts   by
the government; not. only ha.-, no   provision' been   made' for   an    assistant
teacher, but  the' salary of the present
teacher, in  common   with   most other
���salaries, has been reduced.   Apiopos of
this suhject we'have received   the   following letter from the secretary of the
Board of Trustees :
,Kdi'ioh Kooti:n_av Mail,��� Keferriiur lo your
iti*ui ii),a rccunt. i-siie rugaiditig school in.itU.-i.-.
I .un instructed "by tho, Mould of Tiusti-es lo
���stale that llio matter of spoumif; .ui .issi-tant,
tuuslicr bus been miclui* tliu eonsider.ilion of tlie
]>i;ai,d for, over .i" jear. Not only h.-nc wc
l)fonjrlitFtho uiatlur before the inspector**; ii|i(in
their last two* visits, but vtc have iiNi^lnkcn uii
the question with the superintendent .ind'ihc
minister of pdueatiun1 and our number, Mr.
Kcllio. The lattci has promised to do, nil he
e.m, bat letrotielmient seems to be the order of
tl.e day and. according to theeslini.Uf s brmijjht
dnvMi, instead of an addition to the teacliinj?
bt iff, or an, increase in salary, 'we havo been
i educed in salary'to SJS.."*0 per inontli.
Theie seems to'be a yood deal of cht.ip talk in
town among people who never take enough
interest in school matters to enquire wlnt is
being done by the trustees-.   There ulso M'erii-
Krinay, April 3id, ofiicer- will be nominated for the en-uing year. A full
al tendance of uiembeis is lvtjue.-terl.   ,
W. IJ, Paxton i etui ned fiom Arrowhead Thur-day. Jfe says thing**, are
booming at tlie bianch terminus.
(-ha-.' Holt en reiuiued Thui-dav
from a three months' visit, to the east,
lie will go to woik on the Kootenay
lapids job. i
The latest particulars from Kainloops regarding the men injured on the
Columbia hi idgo are to the effect that
I hey are improving rapidly.
Amongst the' vi-itoi- to town hist
week v\ ore Frank Horn lie. of liourne
liros., from Nakusp 'and ,1. I*. Sutherland from Three Forks.
The driver of the hoi so which wont
through the ice on tin* >.T, K. Ann hot
\*. eek, aud who had such a narrow
e-cape Irom drowning, was u voting
man named lien, well known in town.
Fniiilcoii members of the Minneapolis city (ouncil, ueeompnniod by
-(inn* newspaper men, went Ihroughon
Monday in the combination sleeper
Owalonna of t lie (!. "M. Ar St. P. Tbey
aro on a ploasiu e trip and aie bound
for i ,os Angelc��, (\*il.
Ilev. F. Yoll uul, who has been appointed pastor uf the Iinglisli church
bore, has token up his re-idenee
'touipoiarily in the house belonging to
Mi'. (J. ii. Sluivv. I [e i.s having a house
built ou tho lot adjoining Howsoh's
Ihe   [lassonger   car   on    i.hur.si<ays
train fiom the ��<ui(h jumped the tiack
about three miles this  side  of Ai-iow-
head.     The   passengers   wore  at  once
transferred to the caboose and brought
to Kevelstoke.    Tin* train going   down
to the boat in tbe evening was considei-
ably delayed while the permanent way
was being repaired.
, The many friends of 'Mr. Guthrie
Forty, who has been in charge of the
l^reshyterian chinch heie for about a
year, will learn with regiet of his departure from this field of labor. During
< ��� <
bis sojourn iu the mountains Mr. Perry
lias made hosts of friends amongst the
ndheientsof  all   denominations',   who
vvill heartily wish him God speed.    He
��� i '
loaves Monday for Winnipeg v\ hero he
vvill pursue his theological.studies. , He
will preach his faievvell sermon  in   the
Proshvtori.in church to-morrow  niuht.
China has allowed Russia to' build a
l ail way from Siberia, through Manchuria ' to Port Aithiir. Work has
been stopped on the Yladivostock line.
G. K. Alger, a wealthy manufacturer,
has been found guilty at Whitby, Out.,
nf having conspired to defraud the
Home Life Insurance Company out of
$7,000 by false and fraudulent representations as to the health of his wife.
Ili*^ was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment in the King.-ton penitentiary.
_IN ,��������� silting of lh<* County Court will
1).**. holden at ' Kevelstoke, " 1*5.{J., on
Wednesday, the (il h day of May,
A.D. 181X5, at It) o'clock in the fore-
Registrar County Court.
Revelstoke', March 27th, lhS).*>. -19-ttl
(Under   New   Management)
. AH SAM, Proprietor .
The Restaurant has been opened under
new management. The proprietor,
' who has been for ten years head
cook in one of,the leading'hotels in
Seattle, wishes to announce that he
will put up, in first-class stylo,
' <v'  AT ALL  HOURS.
rei&K   BsfianHbnSa 'it->B& ffi
0*Lir   advice   lo    those   about   to   marry,    i.s:���
They   are Nerving* Themselves' for a
Supreme Struggle with England.
The latest advices from tin* Transvaal
indicate that the Boors .11 c lo-ainr no
opport unit y to prov ol e 1 pen ho ."iiitie-
vvith England. On Tuesday the Fall
Jhtll Gazelle published tbe following
do-iiati-h trom Jobanneshaigh : "'J'he
Transvaal burghers are a-.-uming an
ajarniitnr altitude. A strong feeling
(Aists among the Dutch throughout
o-mth Africa and. they are nerving
theii'.selv i*.- lor a supreme struggle wit li
Great Britain.   JXo   i-.;a-on   1.- .u-Mgin ii
!; Wholesale and. Retail:
j- ., BUTCHER . . \
*���' * *
Revelstoke Station, B.C.-
1 i
��� CeptiScate' of Imnpovemeitts..
But   if   you    MUST,   marry;   why
' > 1 '
to benn a;).illiy in -ichool malturs i.t tliu time    for   the   -iidden   vv ir.hdrawl   of   liail   ol
.or ulcc-ting iriistccs e.icli yew.   Wi* iiould lid 1 fon.    niemiei-   of   tbe   HM'orm    C.im-
���plcaao 1 b) knovriii, wli.a ��.vj- wo liai 0 l.uloil in
{Hirclut.v. '  \Y. J. LKi;. SccrcUuy.
,-KovcUtoko, 3Iart*h 2Jth.
Presbyterian -.Church Entertainment'.
On Wednesday evening a most
���successful concert was'giv en iu Peterson's Ji.il! under the^'.-uispices <.of the
l\-c.sln'teri,in cliurcli. I'he programme
was a full ime ,.and v\e'.l rciMl.**i'(-i!
thiougliout. Tlieie weie throe se-
"leclious by the Itevelstoke Orciicsira ;
���An opening and closing chorus^by the
chinch choir ;> solos by Airs, llorno.
JMrs. Kasli, ^Liss Lee and Mr. Lee, and
recitations by Misses E. Louis, L
Valentine and Maiy E.l wank. .Me,-:-'.
���CYayp and Cotton put t on av one ai-l
farce entitled ' A JAiir nf Lunatics."
dcpiciing a sc-'iie at an isvluiu 'I.uk-o,
which was well .e-ulerol. Mt. Ci"V,-e
who personated a female character,
/le^crvc-s special meiiliuu l'nr the at-
ieritinii paid to di**tai! in h'-. make-up.
t-iic anjiointiueiit i of �� hicii v. e,c h.n ..p.l
ci itici-un. .Mr. f-00'^ c.iiir.e v.ioal
.'.'i.-criiins wor" iiiiiilly encon.!. In the
aiieiii'inii tii** [..'.dies' End".iv��i! So-jet v
give,in attermiun lea in oniim el i'Hi
wiin. th#-ir   sale   of    vv nk.     'She    net,
p  .leee.i*.  of  lhe enter t.ii 11II Ik'll I   .-1111)111, t-
^.| i.1 iivt-i .-'Go.
A >p'-.-i il   f'-at ue    iif    iiu*    oviii'i/
pr.ijji'iiiiiinn wa- the ; r.:-.<'i,l .ti.m of   mi
a<Idie-ii ami a v-.c-l! iiiicl piii-i*   t..   Mi*
���fjiithrio    JV-irv,    *\iiu    h.t-    l,n>*!i    i!,��
rpUUE l-'KSrfUUK JIINHUAb C;IJAT.^r. Siui-
',i at��d iu the 'I'imil taiku Muiiii}; l��>:vi.*.iot of
vl o.st^ Kiuitcnny Uul net. Iol.iU-iI imrtn-t-.isl
fi ma Tnaii I.iku .uul about, tho miles from tho
iiiu'.ilh of lardo crook on tin* north branch.
T.iko luiticc that I, Tliam.is Do.vns, fruciniiierV.
ce-.-lifiii.ilc* Xo. oS.UIj, uitciul, sixij day- from
Llu; date Iiuuxif, to apply to the Gold t'oni-
iiusniuiicr lor a L-ci-titlcatc of iinpruveinunts, foi-
tlio piu-po^c ui obtaining a ci-own ^rant or the
abovj 11,nm. ��� .
-Viiil further take notice thai .-ulver-'o claims
iini-t bu sent to fie Uoki Coinmissioiier and
<u t.en coiMiu-iiiuil before llio issuance of such
i-crtiiiuitc- or inipiov oinoiil-.
Jl.iteil .a T.-out l��iliu t'irv this ULli duv of
M.uvli. I -thi. ' .  t(i-i)l
the    Post   Office store    and    buy your    outfit'   there. A
' i>
complete   stock   of   Gents Furnishing^   always on
hand.    Shins,    Shoes   and Suits   a   specialty.
c 4?&'*'
j-.7?.<?f��rv 6'i%t
\-OTtCI-: TS HKUKJJY   GIVEN* that .TO r'.ay*.
_N    .*.flc-i-d.iti* I ft ill ijjiily to iho Chief C.im-
miltee.    Thev were permitlecl  to fro to
.Johannesburg   and"   atreud     to   then-
private   bu.-iiio-.-. but   tb(*V"   have  bi'eii
re-ari-estect  ind placed under?itai*il ilia
nriv ale lion,���* in iVrtoria." i ,, .   -    ,      ,     _ ,,.-���,-   .       ,        --,--.
1   ,,      ., i    .    .. .    a-     i      un���iDtifr I iimls .li.i \\ orli-niru license lo cnl
Oil   tin*   -same    (lav    tin.-   .M'.i     Y oiv j .,���,��� ^.j ,u..-a> .,,������,.! .-,,,;,,  u-.e follow mt; de
j   "IFor/n pnblisb *il ti>.* follow im*' -p.*ciai -t-i.'>L-d lvul-- tn.ilci! cm   Fish  Creek, L.u-ile.iu
fro*.' t'.n-e Town :    '���Tin- Trans . a-d   is Co Uity. "W^r Ko'itcn.. :
)..;,  <r r   .*.-(!,, A   t li�� I*.,.- .ri. i.i.^   ..���     ,,-.. (������KUin.ti^,i!���-i.n tne *.'.*st  b.ink of Hit: cru*k
lioiii-r n.li.lieo. Hxe lui.ar|,(* >| .ue    .Ul.l- ,���il���IM,,   MCK.W-   -nridi   on   the   north, and
mi? t^> the   D* fi.h   ai-il   w.irnke  $re,��.-ir- j i-it'iniiu thencu nlmu- the bank of the creek
atu.n-   are   r>.*l 11 _r   mode.     I-a-^1*!    fo t-    noil. '. iialr*-, iIil-ciij west 5 tiale. thenuj soulli
are in*ii,i< built at i'ivlui'l.i. f.u- eapit -I. .' tA'AAA^AA'* 'Y'; 3 "1:!^ \u *lle pi'"-c o1, u'"1"
i  .,     .  i ..^   .      /���      ..    l>    ,   ���      ��� i     i i;l " onietiu co:iL.i.ii.iik tio) acre- more or ess.
ho-tility   to   Irivat   Br;!.nn   l**   cpciily ;���> ��� "        ICATK sjt'UT'J'.
and      freelv      i*X|iii*v-v.l    aC    Pr.-inr.a. '' V.ii*.o*m;vir. i' (.'., :.l.i*-c!. 3nl. IMlii. "ilWI
Kui!s>aiies   hav***    1 e'-n   -ent   ��<>    tiv- i ,	
Oi.-ipc:^ !''i(..'S;,iii. .'mi (���>Cap"(\>!tuiy.
it. I- rei'iirle'l. t.\ sr'.t    ;i;i   t ,n >���   fi clijic. ;
G-enii.uiy. (,Vu-iri:i   ..n.l   jvi.*.*k"o.   i;
said heie. v\ ill trtlaiMllU*'* the ilnb*))' nd- ,'   \"OTIf'K !.- liKilKFtV OIVK.-*TlhnS .'10 davs
i��!ie.'   ,,f   r'"*   Tra.isvaaf   if   111 c *���fi:-,.-. !  - ^    ���'*���'l"r.,,*<J'   '   ���*-j tpiil: t<> th-j C'hlui  Coin-
Pi"-.-i(iciu Ki"ii:*-i- -"."i.i uu1- ,r �� t ' i'J.ic-
l.'iid <*liei a!!, ib* do-ir *,lv I*: .*< f-f-:-t
(.'ol'.idal Xt-ii't.irv Cii'tnib'-il iiti"~ iu-
v,I.-iii*ii tn \i-it I.i iid"i. ai.il i onfi'i
vvifb lhe i'.i ii-:. it .thoii.h'S- v. ilb ;e-
Ic, i*li( e t.i'fl a. -'. i d iltrH's, but .t )-t
.���--ei-'.e.' lb. it Ol' Sin!! 'I'd'*!*-, ')! Mm*!*-,
i-|.j,*i I. d. M: I\. o*. er 1-fi t'b - (iu-lion
lob* 'ie. ule I bv iiie Vn'.i s' i id, l'i'
I.esii-'a1 un ,    ��*. !���!. h   w.'u-ci]    -'i     i".,i*ii
tiuii    pei mi ���
(:i".-i*'l . iuis( ���
Can roll
r.'.*\. i-'ti ���
al      P)
na'.ioii n:i i
if i.
.< ii' r i-.n.i-. .uid Vi'o.-k- for lwriisc in cnl
,.--!i ..:-r. ,iv. :., ', t.i!.. r fro'i t!.i* tnHov\;*iy de-
< ib'd ir.nl*. ..ii..i .it oi. l-'i-ii (''-eek. I..ird'*,iii
'.'������iji.ty, W. si   ,^,i hi |...  .
i"<..!)iiictir,.ii-.-.ni,   u, ���'[   i.'-.n!,   ',   mile south of
I''.' i*'l    ^k,   f    I IIM    III   ill    ;    l'li.c,    th.'ll'-l-    WC'l-i
.. ��� i.l', Hi n .' -j-.tti V miK. tiifii..; c.tst, J null*,
i l.t.L.ii n^ .;*ji ,i    !��������
.', n-I .il-o ��� 'iiiuii. i , a,*^ ; ii).li -��i.i:h nf s-\ "ii-
ni. n |i ml. , -l lini!., Ibi-'in- nm,!!. i, mile,
ti.. ii* ��� '.-I rn * j.- I'i'i" i - mr'i i imi ���. tii.au e
'.i-l     .i I'.i. '��i!.ii,i.-i j ,..'i.... n - ;
. -  I  .-'-in nii'ii    i    n ; ��� n  ivi i   lunik   [  Miilf-
-    ".!���    ���'  ia i      i '���   1   -r.   I'l/'ii'i- im.ill   I m.l',
I ii   ll' '  -H- .'.ii   . . 'i   ;i' ���     -'in'. ' ni.I  , {li   It. "
If*-'  " TO   AXI)   FIJOM
,;,A:UrEastern Points.  -
Throuijh Kirst Class Sleeping Cars and Touri-t
Sleepiiij; C'.u's lo tit. Paul, Montrenland 'I'oronto
without o'iiUij.;e. ,
Atlantic Exja ess arrive-?   9:l?> daily.
P;ii.itie " " ltili'i    "
'    Kor full  infiiriniilion as to rales,, time, etc,
apply to
I. T.   I5r��'wster,        ��
Agent, Kevoluloke.
GKO. Jlrb. IlltOWiV,
OkstricL P.km'iijjci* Ajiont, Vaneouvei-, ]?. C.
Traiii!- le.ivmi; Hevclstokc on .Sundays,
Mondavi and Thursday- ni.ike eonnfctions
with the .Palatial Sle.imeis " Manitoba,"
" Athabasca" ,viul " Alboi-ta," which leave Kurt
William tor Owen Sound cveiy Sinul.vy and
Thursdav. and for Windsor and S.uui.a every
Weilncsihij. '
and get the best possible value in goods yoiiever
purchased. ' ��� , ,<"
1 iri"
Remnants are Q-oino- cheap and fast, -and   new   lines   of'ladies'
goods, men's furnishings and a full line of Slater's
famous foot .wear will be opened
.   up in a few days.   ,
'������ *     ^BSj
���i ���
���i  v il!  ���*
in   I n��*
IIv lit ,
.1, Mar.
i bio i b.
Sei i, -i .- \\ ill in- in-Ill at i in
i i,i i; < Iin . b l. i-l un! k�� i*v -'
|i in. b*.     "\i i    (in* 'ir a*    I Vi-
,*. ji.
( a!
ir.11 '���
,' *---.\*l.
-at   ',���;<���!
jTo Whom
I- May Concern
i' fsb,
;i    vo 'i*
jni^si'iiiaiy in   oii
tfrian cb in !j lw  tor
Ui vv'nieli  tli   1   .���on^ieili.-in made a    mil'���
jtblc au<j feeling rcj ly.
. I"l  !i
-i .ne.
'.'Liar -��� "I'V ..' -   i if
���   li'  'i ��� ii ���'���! l'i  i il '
.  .'     r 1 '  a :o   an-i
If.       !���'   Voil n.d
."������"I , i' e~ >. ill I.    !i.-!n I1    I !,>
< i.i i 'i "���.>- \< -v .1 \. \V' ������
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Steam Navigation Co. Ji
Hall's  Landing,
Hot Springs,
Nakusp,Three Forks
'Nelson, and Slocan Points,
Kootenay 'Lake Points,
Trail  Creek,   Rossland,
\ Northpori and Spokane
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Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent.
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Representative of the Kootenay Smelting & Trading* Syndicate.
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Local and Personal  Items. ]
Mr-:.   Gc-v    Rmlon   I���ft   To.-dny   to1
vi-it, fiicnrls at tin* co.i'-r.
W. H. .Tones, forniPfly cdiior ot llu-
Kainloops Sentinel in ju town to-day.     I
N.'Xt. Irl ifl.-iy.'liuirif*: Ormrl Friday, is.-i '
���Statutory holiday throughout   ''un .'hi.
A large excursion fiar y 'or Wc t
Kootenlt'y is hilled to leavi- \\'iniii|.c^
yV^irii 7th. i
Mr. anj Mrs. Coursier left for down
j'ircr l.tot Sunday. They will he away
a'in ut ten days.
MNs Lottie Willis, of (Jraigi'llarliic, i
is at present, in town on a visit Lo hei I
friend, Mrs. M. McKay. !
Beware of the practical joker liext j
Wednesday, "Tis the first of April, j
yon know. V'
���   At the next rcK'ihi.r  n eetinjc  ()f  ih
JJ;Mf-'.v.'*Jst.o.l>.e J'Virc Jirjtfade, ... i.e J (-1(1 or; ,
Highest  Honors���World'* Fair,
! '*��� -  ie   ri-o** -    to i-nl  a   l'i ii-n tUil-j \ ,   J ""
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iiiiyliM.'lij ,i;ri.(.|��. mn. fi'nn our Tn..'..air.v
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���liird l{) iv:l.ii.-il n.Ht .:' j.l.'i'.-'ii. mnl i-clijcin t.ho
-iniii'i nt hIx li'.-r cent, fnicrcHl, poi* uniniin, u-i. jior
aliovi- ii-^reciiii-iil,,
Kic loc il t'lno c.i.r.1 (if l!i<    ('iiii||ihii;,'-i  .-ti.lla-
Koo!"Ii.l>   i-lliC   ajiplj  tu   tl.e JJ111 -.*ji on
,' nr full mforiiiati'.ii a*. Io ti. I*.'n, mn-. etc..
ji|j1> toT. .Minn,  ���*-"I'-i.nj, N': on.  ne.
Established 1877.
CAPITAL, qsGOG.GOO.      ,
Incorporated 1893.
CHEAPKST ron to to thd OJ.I) COTJKTKY.
f'i-oj;Oi.'l(l  -- -din f fioiii Monliriil.
AI.IiA.V i.ivr:.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant,
.415,Locur.t Street, V St. Louis, Mo.!
3t"pr��*"��Mitiflv -�����  ��vil*i***"il "I'*'
V'^vr oi vhis            ,   .
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I.AKK  Winsii-i-.o
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Ciibln ?I*>, ?V), ?(VI, ^7H, S-0iuid upward-.
Inlorinwliiilo ?.'Vl; Srcm-ngn'?;.''!,    ���
i'liSftuotr'-'r-i'MtiKuU'1!. I.l'iruuxli' to all parts of
flroiit. Itrltain (ind Irnliuid, und At Hpceiiitly low
i-.-iI,��h to all pai-W "f tliu F.iirojiclin '..iintinont.
Apply to iii'lircxtnUianiHlii porrail way ago nt, to
I. T. BilEWSTER, Agont, Kovclatoko,
or t,o  CoTtreuT Knuit, .Qpn. "' iiHncriuer Ajjoi.i
V"i iii.li-.nu-,*    .      '     l       ' ' * .     ���
%? iUL*.,*���* 13      Kit'C^ii "Jii E ii t -V2 & li     hMS
MAIM HOUSE: 200-212 First Ave. ?^orth. MINNEAPOLIS, MIHN.
HELENA, WONT.        I      CHICAGO, ILL.      I      Vi��T0?��A, B. C.     I WIKH1PEG, KAN.
Cookc&Bo7cinanSts.   I |      "-55 WharfSt. I    23* King St.    '


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