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Array '���������9  ���������r  v*-- -  *.   'I  ,-Vol. 9.-No. e.  KEVELSTOKE. li. C, MAY -16. 1902.  'A.'AAAm  ly   Why did the I'irippPong;?���������Because: of  ���������Wh3'v,dovwe dazzle llic'cyois of the L������rlios wilh our Dress Gocds^fpSf  1.11;.ll'A Ay Because '--'tl*i:i\y,.- are'so *'( a*st ef ul ly->Kolcc.t:ei1 i';.\yei,l-;,l)'puglit,">'nci fyj  7 ���������"-������old'"at'*.;rea?onable.'i)riccs. p, p       7   -'     p���������*.;,;'. :  p-, : ��������� j;      ' esa  Our Stock of Dress Goods is Complete in Every Detail  777'P'P;, -7-p Pv-..PvVvvP' 'P P7;    v P''<      ,--.-. .'7 P'P;pP7P'P- '���������   V       ��������� -'oy-'v    7-   rf ^; p   Onr;Prices are'-Sifhtand All Gocds Warranted  Wc keep the rcliftble 'tiiicl fdvonl.e  6f  rhich is-so ���������well-knotvivptb thcjLadies fqfp Revelstoke.  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A long discussion took place on  firehall for lower town, Aid. McLeod  on behalf of F. W. and L. committee  reporting in favor of a building next  Oriental, which Aid. Law naid the  owners would sell for $800.  Aid. Manning wanted piirt-.of old  school building removed for the purpose.  Aid. ' McLcod protested ugahiHt  leaving that part of the citv so long  without firehi-.il.  Aid. Uiunc wanted t-Btiinates on  removing nchool building and fixing  One reeoiiiinended.  Aid. .Mc.Ntalion protested ragainut  longer delay in providing .lirehall follower town.  Aid. Taylor conm'dcred this a mat-  ler. for,-ward mem hers.  Aid. Law was tired of heiiring.this  ward business. Aldermen should represent, the whole city and not a part",  The Mayor opposed waiting to move  school building for that purpose.  Tliere were other' purposes dor which  it was required, as reading rooms or  gymnasium.  The matter then dropped, estimates  to be got from J. Kernaghan as to cost.  WORKS.  On suggestion of the Mayor it was  resolved to obtain from "the bank  $3,000 against works debentures of  $7,000, so that sidewalk, and street  improvements could be gone on with  immediately.  On Aid. McLeod's suggestion it was  resolved to get prices for. lumber, city  to supply same, and' call tenders for  side-walk construction, also to get  engineer to lay off grades and report  as to best means of, lb-ring Lawson's  corner.  The Mayor said Mr. Buck refused  to do work for city' as he had been  passed over on water supply work.  It svus decided to ask' Supt. Kil-  pairick to' remedy nuisance by stagnant water east of south track.  The clerk was instructed to ask Air.  Taylor. M. I'. 11 to have bill relating  to cattle trespass at Victoria apply to  ah cities.    ��������� ,  The sutiitai-y-bylaw was amended to  deli no sizes of pits. '  Al] our clothing .stock now  1 ear  <^X<XM  1 iy  0  beiii-f oiTcred  consisting, ul  lilt.  o.  ( A  <-V  & uiu  tmqm  O  ���������A}  Men's, Women's i Children'sd.  $  PC-  These'large slocks are offered at Cost.  ' Must be sold quick.  iuJe  6  n.  A<  V  V.-EV-S^Ai������  Proiitr Street^,5 -p  "STEED;  k<V ' .       <"���������-'  -v.. is****** &r.li JSe&q  iy 7:;Be vel^oke^pB;:; C.'  Am  MJmA^^Aiymk  saps  J'ust*' Rem'adelled and:Refurnished! witli.aljiMg^er.fi Conveniences^  ..���������:������������������,���������-;.-.,    ,--::���������-. '--^i.,���������,',..     A,A.A.  Rooms inASuites TvitliABa/JtsAaiia'' Toilets dttackedyftbwinA*ffo(  '  ���������;"    ' ���������'������������������-".-'..��������� V-     '.'���������'       *piVp .,'��������� ."'.-'     -. ,- -.Pp     ���������.:,;.���������'���������,.-.   -. ',. v....;-..'.- :���������:.-   ,.,..   A    . ..t .. .0.,... . ....    "  andlCbld Water, Inside! 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Aif.yoiiws-rd-riAmAA  to.x-pti viiice you -pthat to inuke  yourbusiiijei-s , a'''success.; the  '���������est niwliuni for .your (iiiver-  v- tiWiitr; Is TlfTO kboTENAY-  l vM-A.lL.,'p -. :p. .AA���������)���������!��������������������������� ���������"���������- .���������'-'  m('evilion   of (hi-  you ji-iik to.-iiR buyers of ygur  i j{of-ili: caiil.csL.lje iit.t.-iinri'" ,  :i.-i'vK in 'f!LI;". KOOTL  \y.;L--.iL.  T:i(bip:."!IK; KOi.)'i'i':XAv'  "I-        *'        ' 1- l   '  -  MA II  DFFI'QE  ���������Hi:  ,VEL  JJoctohay Mail-  Ua'Su,.-  l<\.\M:<d;A.t. ,    lAiy.A-1 ������������������ ���������������> ov.V. <  W?%d'K'\:   WflAA : ������\AS- A  1 Ti'"' ���������<���������'������������������ A    , ".������.���������:'������������������������-J     ,.P-A  \v  mm -'w- !-#>  ij!p;pP7"/f7i  ������������������"���������"*;���������' :  7   ''A'  WmSiXy.A X;  /  mAP.iix.  Bridge. ai:Camb6rn3.  ���������',(. AvMagce i.s'liuil(liiiga larpPonico  for jijmself'ani! .Miiii':i^C!'.J\l(-.:C('jiziu, '.  There am about.'. A.) 'nivti ���������ei'.ii-'i'Kii-':'-  inga bridge   .-jci-ns.;    l-'ish'AA.cr'iil '(in''  end of Coi-in jilix   wago'i'i ''.ri'ia'tl'.-'^'i.'-lii'V  have 11'jiile (IriveV. anil allllir-'lAa'^'i-ial  "(in th(vgroiiud.P .\Vnrk    will-',hi' ptished  ahead to ha vi;   it   linisheil licfont high  ' wilier. .-'.'��������� ��������������������������� ���������   '  ���������     .las. Tweedy,   bfentcr   of I Ik- Fiumoii.s"  'Eva, arrived fronill the   easl yi-stcnlity.  ".���������   .LH.   MeKcii'iti,   niana-i'i-. . of   lhe  Nellie group, aiid J. /A. Aitigei- arrived  in'Comaplix Sunday.  ���������  VV. Price is building a line residence  Mr ,>03epli Ctirti.*i-n,l Ci'mapliv.  ���������LA., Dari-ai-hp. arrived , today froni  .theAVido AVi'vt. wifli ..sonie'iine saii.i-  :pk'.s (if ore. Mr. :J)jii'i-jV^|i is .nianagei-  'of thai  I'pin on.--;������������������pi-opei-tv.    '    ',' ���������v.'.p  .Tlie. ri-idlo.liii^(i|).'saw in-11 is now  'AaA'sA  mv  \  ^ 11J (it--: 11  tin,.,:  ger. 7 hi-  ii:  ,bV.  .11 f C.  i^(?i-:  A. H.  :.A.  '/.A  .���������..'S(.cit.ni-  . Jp'hu]-  piiii.wrpj:li:';':  T]1(.  ;i.l its lull capacity;  runniiij  ._,' Ai-lhur   Ellis-  ai-rivei  from the I'asl 'on Moi'idnv  1' at Cbnia'plix  " -:' 's?vAA0zA&i&^  511 If,  It ���������3ay������tj. Hi;.  .Va  L  eg.  iibiiMli. of L'afirange, (,J.i..-'  sulVereil fvi-p-ix monl hs wilh a ffigl|tftil-  ,1'uiining ���������sure.',on |iiH. 'j(.jrj' l-ij't,'wrjli-.^  Ih.'il Mi'ieU.i-.it's Arnica rialve whollv  cured., il in live days. For I  W'ou'nds, l'i-l.-s.-.it'.-i.'tlie'.hesi'  lhe world: ("ui-  ���������17ie. So  Store.  leer.--.  salve in  guaranteed.'     (.|nlv  iy. C-'inadil nVtigaiid Hoti'k  '������������������S/-SV  1^  lv  - *>>  'A7.\  Al  Hy. (U r. pctori-iif life Coni-  .l,!!.n..v.' 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Messrs.  l-'oohv   lri-(>l-.  ilev,    rilaf-inc;  A bnt-han'n-oii,  Xett.le  :'.pi! .('  - P^-^WvKv^X i    /&sr/?������l i,': .*\'.,:XA*\  fel-l     :      I A Aim1 A A  .(..I'll your,  Mm Oflic'c.  lob I'l'intiiif'done ut the  cctor.  s!ic(|s Hijfe hut deelhiedito alter  'elter    ..from  galleries had  enclosing  McCarthy,  '���������'..    Clark,  'Ui'lding-  "���������as safe. Th'' Miiyiiip said, arrange,  iiieni's hadlKHpn made "with Mr. Tap-  | ping to 'elo.-ie the p'iop ; gallery and  reinovivilie liac!; rowp of .seats in.the  h-oiit gallery, thus, maliiiig building  safe. 7     '  H.-L lK)|igoi'd."ap|ilyiiig for foreman work.���������Filed.    ��������� ;       . .  ���������VV. Molliycui 'oHi-red! lo -build Jiook  and ladder earriage f-r**r-.  On (lie Mayor's siiggesl-ion' it was  ''esolved lo apply' for water rights oi\  --ight Mile''Creek for city water and'  Metric light i*������pplr-'  CURING THE DEAF AW HOW IT  IS DONE:  Specialised treatment for Deafness  has produced a decided revision 'of the  opinions of the medical   profession on  the curability Of Denfnoii.: .-.Years ngo  the general   practitioner   yielded   the  trcntnienl. of e������r diseases  to the Aural  Specialist., but, despite the increase in  the knowledge of the  anatomy, physiology, and pathology   of., the'ear, and  thcingc.niotm   inutrumoiits devised to  meet theobstructioiii to hearing which  are so deeply seated   within tho bones  ' f the skull, no real progress was made  until   Dr   Drouet   found   a means'of  conveying medicaments ������to the diseased structures   of   the   middle  eir, by  utilising   the    well-known  .absorbent  P'-operties   of   the   skin.    This is accomplished by . ���������   ���������  AN EXTERN*.-.'. AITIPICATION-,  and the formula, ai worked out by Dr.  Dro'uet, consists of a  "plastic prep ira-  tion in tbe shape of ri , crescent,'to be'  applied to the mastoid  apophysis, the  arched portion   of   the'-skull   behind  the ear,, which   precisely   covers  tbe  intcrnnl parts of  the auditory organs.  Tbe active properties of the medicament  nre gradually absorbed,   and the work  of regeneration   immediately   begins.  This is the whole secret of the success  of the treatment known to-day under  the name of DrmiPt's  .Curative Treatment.    Let us add that, in conjunction  with   these   external   applications,  a  further treatment is generally ordered  when there exists inflammation in the  nose and throat, or antiseptic precautions arc necessitated by a discharge  from the ears.   The medical effects of  the new   treatment   have   been so remarkable   in    curing    long-standing  cases of deafness   that   the publishers  of the "Journal for   (he'Deaf" nre now  issuing regularly a "Supplo-nent," gi'v-  ing a report,  of the cures effected each  month ai the Drouet Institute. Those  who are interested  in the trcitnieait nf  Deafness or   nf  diseases   of   the l'V,  Xoseimd   Throat,   can  obtain  a free  copy of the  "Journal"   and   "Supplement" by - addressing   Ihe   Seoretarv,  Drouet   Institute, 72,   T'egent's PhiI*-  road, I'limrose ITill, London, N. W.  From the'records of the InstituU  for Maich, wo extract a brief review of  a case that will greatly iliferent those  who are deaf.  The Rev. .1. C, age 00, suffered from  an obstinate form of Ueuiniss cati'-rd  hy dry catarrh lie was loldbva  doctor that it was incurable, 'in  preaching be was much annoyed hv  buzzing of his own voice in the ears.  In "-pile of the unfavourable opinion  of hl������ doctor, he reported on December 17th, J901, that the Drouet Treatment had effected a complete cure and  later confirmed the permanency of th*  cure as follows:���������  Tbe Kectory, Suffolk.  March 11, 190J.  Deai'Sir,���������] am glad   to wiy I have  had no further   retilrn   of the "trouble,  and look upon myself as cured .���������Yours  faithfully, .I.C.  '   ���������  lieing a clergyman, the Re'v. .T. G.  does not wish' his name published, hut  he in willing that any one should com-  iuiinie.ytojwith him privately, and the  full address can be obtained from the  Secretary of tlie Drouet Jnstitute, by  those who are interested.  Let us-add again that a free copy of  the. "Journal for the Deaf" aud "Supplement" can be 'obtained l������y addressing the Secretary of the Drouet Institute, 72, Regent's Park-road, London, England. The Journal is always  accompanied by a pathological'report  form which enables each patient to  describe his case so clearly that the  consulting surgeon can send accurate  information of the treatment neces-  fiflry to effect a- ctire>. ���������'.���������������������������'  <T<H4ms <nu ^vii/ S(?x������'  fatso/Led, fru Q^uzjiuLKd  MOKRiS'A STEED, Sole Aknt  revelstoke  Still to the -Front  Dr. MacKenzie's English Cough Salsam  ���������.' ���������'  ",. . 1 .'���������  The healing and soothing reined v for (.Wall?,, (.'old:-,  Tickling  in   the  TliroaL. Jirom-liitis. Croup,' Kar/r  Stage? of' Com-un-plioii. and  a!!   other  Th runt  and'  Lu.jg Trouble?.    Worth ;i trip to California.  G. F. CURTIS, RED, CROSS DRUGSTORE, REVELSTOKE  *rram,d;jiiirvj&������i  9^HHKKK><H)-<>O<HKW-0'O-0K><^ O^  ve  noihei  f/9  i������.  AVe are jirejiared tn -i.mv  in all line? of Kurni:.ire  in-Kootenay.'   I!(,ll-T(ip  ���������Stands,  Iron" lied--. Parlor Tabic-?,  Extension  large range of Chair.-, plain 'and fane v.    ���������  you A J'Ki ASSnilT.MlCXT  Wu keep the  largest stock  c?k.--. Ledrooiii I)iv??er.-- and  lable?.  r  V  ^<KKKHK>-CK><><K><>-0<KK^^  LIMITED.  Wholesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery ancl  -  Mining Supplies.  Hardware Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Street' <���������  Sliip Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Street  ENTAL  It p  ;ibly funu'shed \Vith tin: choicest tlu.- m;n*i<i-t  ���������iiTorcls.       Best   Wines,   l.i([tj(uv,.  ^  K'lles $f ;i Jay.     jMonihly rate.  urs.  -T.      ALBERT      STOE"E3    PRQI  One Block from CPR Depot  and Stoaaiboat Wharves  Re-furn!6licd and itc-modelled  R-ilcs Sl.sa to $2 j:er dr.v  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,  B. C.  CT  anafleaaaeaE  CONTRAQS OF ANY  MAGNlTlftT:' Er-PMTB)  Complete Installations Our Spec  Finest Class of Machinery   .  1 ,-,"!���������<--7  Hiniton Electric Oo, Liiiiited.  V^KJ^'OQ&u ���������a^*-V-A2*7GO'u:"v"RK-.'''��������� ������������������ THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  TTbe IRootena^ fE>ail  "L'BLISHKD'KVKRT FRIDAY.  ���������at���������  REVELSTOKK.B.C.  tbscriptlon   Prloo.   S6.M   r������r    Aniw  MjVERTiaiKG   KATES   quoted   on   uppli-  cr.tioa. Oh.ingos in ddvartuemeaU nnut  hv 1:1 by Tuc-ula}- ot i-nch wt������k lo ieaire  ^i-V. ib'jiIa.T.  JOr. PRINTING of every kind at nio������t re&������on  .ibie rale? nnd 'hortcrt nolico.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or adTerliiing  payable on the ririt of every month ; ������ub  '���������criptiou. payable mrictly in ������ilvane������.  GOKKEsPONIlKNCE invited on all matters  of local or public interest. All coiumunicn-  lion-i 10 the Editor itin*tbe luxompanird  ,iy the name of the -.vritcr, not necei������������������rily  ior publication, but ah an evidence of  '���������-<><yl faith. CorrfctTiordence niuit reach the  'ificd , by Tue^aj OM-'ninir to Ind a  ;''.3oi: in tho nrtit i-.-uc of the Mail ������fl������r  rvtipt.  Addrcna  Tin: Kootenay Mail,  Revelatoke, B.C.  I', k Kyi ;n, ftoreUlokc.  We request our numaroua roadtra to  uei with tha-lr aaaaart*nco tm  for the province publighcs an interesting paper on taxation and the  best method** of levying it. He  deals with the complaints concerning the mineral tax. The objectionable feature of the tax as at present  levied is a tax on labor, ag the more  labor the mine employ? in production of its ores, the more taxation  it has to pay. Only transportation  and treatment charges are deducted.  The cost of mining f-hould also be  deducted. - Montana has the beat  laws on mining taxation in America.  There each mine is assessed on the  net output of ores after paying expenses, and the surface improvements nre assesHed according to  value. No mine-owner can have  any-complaint against such a system of taxation.  LOT  favor  uei with   ___������^..^��������� ... , . .  majungthe kootenay mail th������ | Features of Our Neighbouring Lity.  most vaJuable  advertta-tn* medt- ]-    um In the Kootonayo by arlvtna:  : he preference, when maktnff pur-  shases, *o those ftrnti who are  regular advertiser* In the KOOTENAY MAIL.  CITY AGENTS.  ���������-'or'ic-. of The Mail may b<< obtained from  !���������.���������: loiluwuife' oily agouti.:  J. VV. liKNNKrr.  Can.111 a D'iuo ic Hook Co.  F. JJ. Wkli.u.  U)NIX>N. ENG.. AGENCY.  riiirope-ui ami Colonial  AdTtrtiiins Alienor,  il Heel St.  r. Mitchell fc Co.. 1 and i Snow Hill. London,  TOKONTO AGENCY.  ( irii'.r.il l'!i.-< Ajjeiicy.  "in nli.ui Adiertiiitii; AKrucy.  -MONTKK.M. AGKNCY.  .. -MlKiiii -c Co., Ajfent..  vili.inu.-i Adu-rliiiin; A|jeii<"j.  H-i'.'iuN Advurli-iiii; Aifeiic-.  Alexander  **'-��������� Ave  II-OKANK AGKNCY.  .t   Co..   Advertising  Af-enti, Ktl  ���������SAN KRANCISCO AGENCY.  and 05 Merchant* Exchange,  V.. (J. Duke, iii  '.gull*".  NEW YOltK AGKNCY.  .-!i.i:i'!U"iO:i ilrrn.. SIC Hroadway.  Cir.CfLATION.  fun   KoorESAY   Mail tint a IlrA-cIiiKi cir-  ion   in the Citv of   Kovclslok-s anil nut--  11S   district, and   alio  at   the follovnn-;  ?&K\o  |ann(li  Albert Canton  Gtncicr  Ooldcn  Arrow-licul  -.vomavlix  Yrcm Lake Cljjr  ilr.lcyon Hot -sfiringi"  Knrton City  .���������*nlirti Creek  (,-Kinii Cnick  KJiir.looi)"  North Bend  K.'iovrnn  ttoivr Crock  ilob-on  Illcclllewaet  'Ko(;eri( Van  .Sulinon Arm  Thoiunon's Landing  Cainborn*  1-urKu.bon,  NiiKic-p "  Kiro Yallay.  McCulloch Creak:  Camel Cre������k  Standard B������������in.  Crjiigcllacliis  Notch Hill  Sicainoun  Ken vermouth  New Denver  11  AltVEY y McGARTER  IIAKItlSTEBS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  ���������ii-kicks :   Moi-sons   Uank   Block.   nitricr,-  8TOSI'. H. C.  Money to loan.  OAlcc-: Kevclmokc, B. C: Kert Btaelo, D. C.  ^>eo. 5. M=Carteb. J. A. Hautzt.  r.croktokc, U. C. Xort Steele, Ii. C.  J  m. scorr, B.A., LL.B.  *i.\.nKi5Ti:R.   Solicitor,   Notart  Public, ?]tu.  ���������McKcnzie Ave'  Revelstoke, B. C.  -17DWARD A. HAGGEX,  Mining Enoineek,  (Mom.  Ann.ric.in Institute Mining Enulncerc)  (Mc-tn. Canadian Mining Inrtitute.)  Ri:velstoke. B. C.  KvAtniii.itioii of nnd report* on  Mineral Pro-  perticj a Specialty.  W  "II.LIAM   A.  BAUER.  Dominion .1 Pkovinciai. Land  .SrHV'-YOK.  ir\ i ;��������� - of M moral C'liiirn", Timber Derth- and  Ciomii I^-ind*.  1  n>- ui J. II. ,-mmui, Kevei.btokk, H.C.  Cbelkootena^flBail  FItlDAY. MAY 10,  1902.  I.A-.i week bilvcr dropped to  .'iiJif an 0/ at New York, the lowest  pri'j*. yd reached. The outlook for  -iiv-r-lcad mining is therefore any-  tiiin^ but bright on pre.-ent market  'iiiutatifiiir.  \V>: 1:1 iiigr-milate the poatal de-  prirtment on its promptitude in  iyciiiying the complainte attaching  10 the Camborne mails. The department has decided on a thrice-a-  wcek service, and i? now callint;  alternative tender.-- for such f-ervic������  \ia t'oma]jlix or Thomson's Land-  inn.  Wy. lr-ust enter a protect against  the  mariner  in   which   the  public  work?   dupartr/icnt   at   Ottawa   ii  dealing wilh tenderers who  put in  bids on the drill hall ior Revelotoke.  It is most uniair to these men that  '.tHeir deposits -should be tied up so  lonj-. and; no decis-ion  arrived at ������h  to wlio irf to have the contract.    Of  course some  blame may attach to  the city, as the lots for the building  ���������were   to be  donated, but have  not  y(.-t-been acquired.  II  THK MlNKRAI. TAX,  Tlie  Inspector-General of taxes 1  (continued)  m-sineus houses.  One ol the nio������' , i-prising  busine������s men of K. mi >-j* i.s 1). C.  McLaren, who Cr-tabliohed liin iad-  dlcry and harnens warehouse in  1894. Since then the buRinem has  steadily grown, and he has now a  fine eetnblir-hmcnt and probably  the best stock of saddlery and harness to be seen west of Winnipeg.  Mr. McLaren is a direct importer  from tho bei-t milkers in England'  ���������and the States", and has made it a  point to sell at'the lowes't prices  consistent with profitable business.  As a result he now supplie* wholesale the Kootenay and Boundary,  and north to Biirkerville, so that  tliere is no necessity of sending  further than his store at Kamloops  for all kinds of saddlery and harness at right prices. He issues a  fine 'catalogue with 1S5 illustrations. A specialty is made of lumber harness. Among his customer!  its the Columbia -River Lumber  Company, one of the largest users  of horse power, with its large mills  at Golden, Beaver and Kault. Mr.  McLaren covers the Kootenay and  Boundary country by a traveller.  In addition to saddlery and harness he keeps a full stock 0! boot  and shoo findings, He hai just  taken over the stock nnd .business  of A. II. Stevens, who ha������ for four  years conducted a saddlery and  harness business in the city. Not  withstanding his extensive business  Mr. McLaren has found time to  take an active part in civic affairs.  He has. been for five years a-mem-  bcr of the city council, and was a  candidate'for"the mayoralty last  election.  Commission businesses are represented bv J. Mhgee, Strutt and  Nash, J. T.'Robinson, C.S.'Stevens;  There are five legal firms in the  city: ' J. Fulton, M. P. I\,'H.  Whitaker, Maclntyrc and Apple-  bee, and J. I). Swanson.  W. Hargraves hag an extensive  establishment;" at the east end, including blacksmiths and machinist  shop, and warehouse in which ho  carries first-class stocks of implements, bicycles, carriages, buggies,  etc.  F. A. Kelly also conductsa blacksmith business.  The Bank of. Commerce supplies  the banking requirements of Ka"m-  loops., C. W. Hallamore, of Vancouver, has succeeded XV, 11. Pe-  gram as manager.  The late J. Vair conducted a  good hardware store. He had'taken  an active part in municipal affairs  and was Mayor at the time when  the citv took over the water and  light'franchises.  Geo. Ratchford, who was one of  the pioneer hotel-keepers of the  city, conducts a general store behind the railway station, having  opened here a year ago.  There has recently been a change  in the management of the Hudson  Bay Company's store, C. McGinn,  formerly of the Vernon branch,  having been appointed to the Karn-  loop1" branch.  G. T. Mallory, who formerly conducted the McDowell Drug business  in Revelstoke, has made a great  success of his business since purchasing the firm's Kamloops branch  four year's ago. He now run's -two  drug stores, one at each end of the  town. He recently incorporated  the business as the Kamloops Drug  Co. Limited.  There are two butchery business-  e������ in the city, one conducted by the  well-known firm of Hull Bros., and  the other by Ward Bros.  Kamloops possesses two good  book and stationery stores. That  recently opened by Smith Bros of  Vernon, *ho bought out Bailey  Br������s of Vancouver, carries a splendid stock and is one of the best  inland book stores we have seen.  C. Outhett has a well-conducted  assay office and laboratory. His  work ia most highly spoken of by  prospectors, and the convenience  of his office to the mineral section  between Revelstoke and Kamloops  should sectue him go������d business  from this end, as persons requiring  assays can send their samples by  one mail and have their results 'by  return..  Watchmaking is represented by  by G. W. Stephenson, who has been  ten years in business here, and is  watchmaker t������ the C. P. R.. His  shop is connected by telegraph with  the. C. P. R. station fcy which time  is   taken    every     morning.   Mr.  WW Rbrabemsor?        Addition to  TROUT LAKE CITY  PARK  4-  l_LL-  UgJi  ?  REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  friT"! JWj  HUME  r  Ti  b  j.,.  rwrn  I   !  * ,-SaiaJ 1-1  r  ���������   !   I  M  '  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  Newly built. ,   First-class in every respect.     All modern cone viencee.  Large Sample Rooms.  Rates 81.50 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under-same   management.  Mufalo Wall  This finish is more popular this year than  ever, ancl has won its popularity by its durability,  pretty tints, and the easy mode of mixing and  applying.  Put  up  in  beautiful shades and White.  -    Ask yoiir dealer for a color card or,send direct to  McLennan,   McFeely & Co., Ltd.,  '   WUOMiSAl.F, A:  222 Cordova Street  RETAIL MF.RCIIAN'n-v  Vancouver.  E.  '.. V-J.-IJ**.  .*.,_,  ������A  'f-X-l  r  fij-w gii&'rapEki  ; t>, r-rrt, .  .111"  c' ������--.- ���������  li1  u  I t  V.'d  '->"iluBiS '.������-' i; "iv!  l-'"i  ���������^  ?-?-'\  '���������<* ������ Sri  E  -t_  JyJl  !   \  "Tl  ������3  TTTT  -V't.v  1 f vi 1..'    *.' i--    ',��������� ^'   ' '-  l'.;U!!rH May nooi'. pi i* ���������*.������������������  rti'iy-j-J \\h:   rmip   .'.  ' AAA auvyife iuii]icvt  : ���������*-'.-  .  /-K-.  JL  AAr  ._-���������?  For Terms aud Particulars apply to  1  !-\ -  fiVl\u  >J ("  ; vou lk>  -lit H  1 t-.S.ftiiil Qt.11  Ai  ��������� w.'..ii..-  A; v .  %&&&   i?a  cjuii aflOTs  Yon take  sH    alistjldtiily  J'.o-) >v.kA Ir, p.-ij  \-,7i tiijic yon.     ,  l.i.til  Jul!   Ii.J'.e ������llil.*!I fot.iT.3>  '���������"���������:;:* ...:J riir ti-.im n(i*t������fe..  - . - tJ :.-.|i ,-i rj j,iKraljK'(;'dq|  .������.ii:)>i:lv I'-iril .. ii'.. ���������;-,  tib Mi'  .���������  '     -'J oiu Ji..u,ilolVLr. '  h 'T4H   <  StepbenFon' keeps a fine stock of  musical instruments > nnd sheet  musdo including, violins, guitars!,  and banjos: He is agent for"ihe  Heintzman celebrated pianos. Mr.  Stephenson also keeps a good stock  of folio music, "strings etc., and has  probably the best music house in  the interior! ^ &  ��������� ��������� W.-J.-Kcn-   carries 'on a watchmaking and jewelry bupines*.''-"  Shotton and   McGlughan have a.  large plumbing establishment.  Tailoring is represented by J. H.  Wilson.  (To be continued.)  POOR   DIGESTION.  Renders the Life of the Dyspeptic  Miserable.  Food Becomei  Distniteful ard a Vcel-  inrr of   W^irineas,   P������in   ind De-  prenion Eniuei.  'From LrSorcloii, Sorrl, Que  Of tlie   diseasei   ailiicing mankini!  dj'ipejiein ii   one  of   the worst to endure.    Its    rictinu   find life almost .1  burden.     Food   becomes   distasteful:  they suitor  from   severe   pains in the  stomach;   sometimes   exce������sire heart  palpitation, ind   .1   jeiif-Al feeling of  weakness   -ind   drp.-ruion.      Though  this disease is   one   of   the   most ilif-  treBsing, it ii   one   which,   if the proper remedy \*   employed, cs-n l>e readily   cur������d.       Thousan^i1 . throughout  this country   l������e������.r   testimonv ��������� to the  etlicacy of Dr.   WilliiW l'in'k PilU us  a never failing   cure.    Among them i������  Mrs. Adolphe   A.   Latrouric,   a well-  known and   highly  esteemed   lady residing at   r-orel,   Que.      .She   cays-���������  "For two years I war   a   constant sufferer from   had   digestion   and it- accompanying symptoms.    Food became  distasteful and   I   pre v.-very weak.    I  tuftVrrd much from paind in the stomach and head.      I    c>uld    not   obtain  restful'alcep and   l>*c������iiie   unlit for all  housework.    1 tried  several medicine*  without finding the   least relief and I  continually   grew   worse   until in the  end I would   vcnni't   everything I ate.  I had'almost   givi.-n   up   hop* ol ever  being well again   when one iiny I read  uf a case   niniilar     (u     mine     cured  through the use of Dr. William!-' J'ink  I'ill/i.     I   determined   to   civc   the-e  pilh a   trial   and   am   happy   to-day  that I did io,  as   by   the   time I had  taken eight or nine boxm my itrength  had returned, the   pain'- which had m>  long racked me. disappeared, my .stoni-  aeh would digest   fowl   properly and I  had fully regained my old time health,  and have not since had   any return of  the. trouble."  Dr. Wil-iamV Pink Pilli Pill- area  purely tonic medicine, and unlike all  purgatives do not weaken the system,  b\it give life and energy withe every  dos<-. They are ������ certain cure for  anaemia, diz/incss, hetirt troubles,  rlieumatisni, .iciatiea, indigestion,  partial paralysis, Ht. Vitus dunce and  the functionaf ailnents that make the  lives of .10 many .woiuen a source of  almoHt constant misery. Sold by  dealers in medicine, or sent pout pajd  ut 50 cents a U;X or six boxes for J2.f������0  by addreiHing the Dr. W'illiam.i' Medi'  cine Co., Brockville. Out.  operations in the Mi.-ipe of McM-ihon  15ro.s. Shingle mill. The mill, has  been placed alongside the Columbia  River, at the end of the old smcllor  spur track, and the smeltcrbiiikling  was purchased for the housing of the  plant. Tho. mill was designed by Sam  McMahon, who is an experienced mill  hand, and the sir range ment of . the  plant is one of the best in the "province.  ,The motive power  is supplied by an  80 Wec-|io������ci    Wllill     iiinl    TO    liiusc  'power engine, well built in stone. The  plant is thoroughly,'up-to-(lif'\ and  consists of two automatic shingle cutting machines of Watcrous make, supplied by II. B. Gilmonr, of Vancouver,  double jointer for trimming the edge-1  of the shingles, and lira-*- saw for cutting the shingle bolts.nnd iwo packing  ho.\es. An automatic, .saw filer is  under oidcr.  The mill is devised fo work automatically throughout,' nnd can Hun ho  operated in the moFt cc-oiiom'ea* n-'-n-  ,nor A tramway is laid iiuo ihr r-.v'  and on this a log truck runs, lifinm  the logs from t.lie vatci and conveying  them to the drag saw to be'cut ".ilo  lengths--, or to the ���������stor.-i'-'e dump T:'..1-  truck is operated by a wire r..pc on ;,  steam vvinrilass and can .'iejiv-ev althe  ini!! 300 log������ : daw Knole.ii cnain  conveyors lake lhe e.nngle hn'ti rot lie  shingle ������aws on the -.ippur l'iuor, tb.e  v.uste timber to i ihe firewood dump,  and the sawdust to tlie ftnip-K-e  Shoots are ntted to the shingle saw:-  ko that the sliingles are delivered auto-  niHtically in the packing boxes: where  they are bound in bundles ready for  market. The mill is capable of turning out 75.UOO shingles a day.  A stream of water is flumed under  'he mill, to carry off waste and keep  ������������������'.0. m:') in clean   condition.    The old  ...--.;.���������;���������' -pi;.- of the   C.   V. It. is being  nil -) .1^ to itc  available for load-  -:l   ��������� ,r��������� .,].,.vr^id,*: the mill. '  WING CHUNG  A Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese.  Goods dust Arrived  BAMBOO CHAIRS  FANCY TABLES  TEA Til AYS  OHINAWARK  FANfiY (10ODS  NAPKINS  ilAiN-nKKItOIIIEFS   -  FANy '      '  in Gre.it Variety  in New Store Gppos't* The ,.  '   doss Houss.      r-  teft\w$\  FACTS THAT MEAN SOMETHING  10 same business of  HOME FURNISHING  Since 1862 in tho same business of  'Our elegant 5 storey show rooms with basement���������conceded  to'be the best in Canada in our line. Our large 3 storey  brick warehouse. - Our, modern '.I storey brick furniture  factory, are just evidence that the , people appreciate onr  policy of doing business. Cannot wc have a share of yours ?  Send for our catalogue anyway, it coots you nothing.  er  VICTORIA, B. 0  ers  s  Old Soldier's Experience.  M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of  Winchester, Ind, writes :".My wife  wm ijck a long time in >pit.'' of good  doctor's treatment, hut w,tn wholly  cured by Dr. King's N*ja- Life Pill.-!,  which worked wondei*. for her Wilth."  They .ilwajri do. Try khuui. Only  2*c   at   Canada   Drug and Book dtor<\  Business Coliege  Odiiosus   H'-K'i  V.inconvci,  MIX-   *-..   RIOmAKDS.   Principal.  .-jhorlh.iiid, T}ij>:.������niii<if, lieokLcriiing, Tele-  grapliy anri Arch-.' -i*"i"-"l P^i-winB. Uradu-  iiti"' frnm thi^rolleLV -.fi'iiivlieiLnjiiininliDunlM.  Inclusive ii ������������������)"��������� fn-    -..-'i.-:!cr-- >,'<0 i>i>i month.  FOR  SALE  LAKE VIEW HOTEL, SIGAMOUS.  Situated on' the haii'n1- nf  Shuswap Lake,, one of ihe  largest and most beautiful  lakes in British Cohinihi.i.  For terms and 'particular  apply to  JAS.   CUILETTO,   REVELTOH.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   ���������   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  Tajassss** -'G;ug'j-,!ry,  A.lb������tiw.  T'  1  i  1  'AY  il  McMahon Bros.' Shingle Mill.  Last wee7k *n important addition to  th<5 bcs.1 industries of the city ���������farted  C'KKTiriCATE Or' (Mt'liOVKMKXT-  N'OTl''K.  "lytnilCtoii.   and   Ixin'-   .ct.ir,'   "P���������iiin<r,   ,-ui<i  IoU ' mni'-r.'.I cUiin.<,"iliu'iiin wie I^ii'ii.ni  Mininif  DiMiion  0! \Vt������!   Koo'.nn.n   I>i--  tnct.    Whure loc������ie(l:-.\l tin: In-.i'lv .itcri-  of Ixxinifton CV'-'-'lc.  T^ke   BOtit-B   thai   I,   Willium K I'i vfn-nx.  nctinifa-i a/cnt for Tinx.   "���������'Iik,*. Kn c Miie-rV  l'crtil'cKt>; So. tt. i&W, Ouor'-e .Martin, t M."-.  n. So.   B.   ICHX). Thomjn Ilovun'i'K, r'.M.C   So.  H \SiM\ 0.  >'. Karl-er.   Ij.j'tf: Thomei W'-r,n  So. H. WiV.'; J. A.  Ma���������-f<-. B. l.'������"i:Tlio������   Hi>A'  II, KOIfi;   G'-orxw   Mrtrlin.   So.   1(.   W.WJ: Uii'l  Johr V. Glcndon.   Krcc MinrrV Ccrtifii *f *������������������).  M. XB2I.   fo������   Bann������T   and   lol.U, intend, nixi/  rf*7fi from the d-it������ hrrcnf, 10 mpply lo td'j llu.  inif Itrrorder for Certificatt-- of lm[.rt������wini.iiE...  forth* piirpce oi ont.iin.ru;  Crown K<������������������<���������-'i*��������������� ft  the nboTc rSaim'-,.  And further  t..k'  notice that  <v tion. iinri'-r  *oction   37.   mu-t   he   comBK-ri''<-d   Offdri'   llnJ  i������������u������nrr of nucb C'-Tl ifli:������te������ of   Iinjirov-iHiTit^.  DMrA Ibu lJtn d*T of April, !!*>.'.  WM. K. OKVERKCX, 1'. I- ���������������  '��������� Aniher'M'higSmoking Tolwcco  is winning on iu rn/jr.it*/  . '   ���������  '.'���������H������k you tried it ?"  ; "Save       the     Tag������;   they     are  V������ln*l>ie."  lh: BoditiKton;  foriner   Riiperinteii-  dentof   the.   insiine   asyluni   at New  W estrnin������ter, (lied tit IVri*-'  E. MOSCROP- -;.  Sanitary Plumbing, !i ;*'  Water & Steam Heatinjv  Second Street, Revelstoke  Eggs for   Hatching from Pure  Bred Poultry.  From fi C Ih-own and S C White  Let-horn.-, Ii V Kocks, White Wyan-  dott'-siind I'ekin Ducks-f 1.00 per set,  Li hen, II duck c^gs. Stock for rnilo  ;it low priee.i,  1,200 Kj,'k Incubator and Brooder  for Kile chciip.  The B. C. Poultry Yards, Vernon  :.t:i  AS HOUSE CLEANING IME APPROACHES  l-'or fir-il i-lft-^ Icntlicr write  B. C. Leather Co.  Vancouver, B, C.  i   Aifnlii   for the celi'Hrntod  Sol*  I.ciillirr, Cut HoIck and  llnii'h  ( nliiiiihj  "PENETANG"  Jfl'fl  I'iff !���������������������������.  M.uni -- I.'-.iIVicim. riilillc. Smldle nnd Skirl*  ink' l.< .illn-r.. ljiio:inil l/illjro leathern, Up-  P'-r lx-.illn.w of nil kindd ,  M.iniif,iciiirrr< of <'Ao\r<i L'ppcrs of all  A< '.(���������riiilloiH  -���������li'i/uuki-rrf' 'I'ooU and KlndiniCi. .SaildleV  Kirdivirr, Ilidrn and OlM.  1 vvn Lli'iii-.iiirl iJci'rckiii'i W.tnled,  i '.il.ilo^iiiv and priiB. limn on application.  the thrifty hoiiPekeepcr'B thoughts turn our way���������and to  that special Cold Water' Ksilpomine" they used last y������ar  which we Ktill have in'stock also to the "Ironite Floor  Paint" the hent ever made���������also a little varnish to touch  up the furniture, a tin of enamel lo beautify your room #r  hath or to the cclchruted " Elephant" Rrand of IIom������  Paint.5".    Our bpring Ftock expected daily.  Ask  to fice our������Electi'io Torches���������just the thing for  Miners or Hailwav Men.  W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  Hardware, Etc.  ���������RANCH FOR SALE  At Notch Hill  flnlf * milfi from th������ ������U������tion. IHeh black  '."ioll. 0'iocl pnrt, drainpd and plowed. Good  dwijiilnjf linurin, flni MMilhoimei, ������������lara, cona\.  "le.,-- Hiilnnilld buy land.  Alwi, 141 ������nr������n of (wocllwnt had on p"* ������*  which i������ the to-wn.-ritc of Notch llffl.   Applr  The simplest remedy for indigestion, conotipation, biliousness and th*  mnrfy ailments arising; from a disordered stomach, liver,, or bo-veln is ltip*ni  TabulcB. They have accomplished, wontlcrs, and their timely aid remove������ the  ncccusity of calling a physiciiln for tlie many little ills that'befall, mankind.  They ko straight to the seat of the trouble, rclicte the distress, clcanac mid  ctire the affooted parte, ������nd give the system a general toninp tip,  AT   DRUGGISTS.  The five-cent packet is  enough   for an ordinary occasion.  The family bottle, sixty cents, contains a supply for a.year,  \ aran  tft  ������  THE K00TE5AY MAIL  h  SWEET REVENGE.  BY   CAPT.   F.   W.   MITCH EL.  Author of  " Chattanooga,"  ���������' Chicamanga,"  Etc.  [cOKTINUKn]  -Wh'I* thej wer* at supper I iras d*-  llbrrntlng upon the situation. It ���������rrat  otldest that ni/ old enemies had eltbtr  stumbled upon roe er had learned of  my prweaco-in north Alabama and  wer*-*������i������ ������������������ raj drutructlon. It waa ft  4<aptfr&t������ caw. I waa aa officer In th*  "Uafou armjr, within tilt entiny'a line*,  ia cltlsca'a drtai aud la (hat enemy**  hands. I waa hounded by men who  wofeKf not temple to uh anj meana t*  (������t'tu* In their power. If > did not e������-  capV froro (lit Confederate*,i J ilionld  hang; tf I did escape, I ihould-b* inur-  0>r������d.  ��������� ,I'reaentl7 .laqueline and th* capiaia  earn* out from the tapper room. Jique-  lla* In idTance. th* captain'* ejet fixed  ���������a the nrritr figure before him.  Jai'ue-  t!n>-   wni   lrrv   graceful,   vury   ilalnt/.  Hit rrery iiiotlnii vrmt clinriniiis.    She  was ko,lij-lit un hrr fret that slip m-ciii-  ���������������>( Kcar'-cly lo Imicli the croimil. Tliolish  uhc walk) (1. ������hi' ilain')')l. whil)- lirr >,t>,-i  dam-ril wl.th her hnily.'liiT lips wi-ariiif  n perpetiial tmllr.   Once site look I no  or three ttrpt. li'irnlnj: half ai-miinl   a  mere siit|i1i*l)in of a ihnu-r. :i ilt'llrlniis,  taiiiallr.liia I'ii. 1U:������mi .tip <<( rare wine.  '���������I'll like ��������� ��������� ni"ft  v������r in n liullrnmii."  ,I'tiuirkril ill* i-:-|ii-iiii lanjiil.ilr.  -Why Mi]"  1     "V'l1'������)'i:lil il.ui)".'' Iir:i mi fully.    To'it  1114'.ip ;i i-lmri'ilm: [iSftlicr."  "J   i .Ml  -IRS."  ' ("UH  .iliil .' '  ������������������Y) s. :'."i |,,:i.i.    "in'.lry.l  'v."* t*'..-l\  11*  (1  iiii'-r .  !���������:��������������� !m   1 i'i.  \)l.������  , -l'lr-:.  * ������������������    ili'ii-i |  ii-i-al  1     1  'I,!*  .'."      -.V-'H:  ll  i I.M- :' -il I*';--" \.', ' r ,. ��������� I ��������� ., ji  ��������� Vi-I nit |i,"i '" 'iit������ m;-.1 . ..',', i..-i  !.-i"  ..* M , ci,.',; :' -:��������� i  .-:. ��������� Aim   i,:i  irmcii.iii   11, ���������'   ii--   1  l!i ��������� K.-fa iji| >-;-1��������� =.>* 1J I   hi"-* I.' ''   '   ,'1''   "'  ������������������'������������������'������������������il on flu- i :;|U;iln Hr:;;.-.'.^ :���������       ':  ll)   il.    'I(r  ili'iiii.iii-il.   Inn   M>-    ',-��������� ���������  vrnr.ld   ha>e  ll   ������)>.  anil   ilir   ii'Mi   -a !','���������  'half an   li������i:r  hefni-f  Ii-jiI   onicir.l   -,.���������,  oin   to  he alim   ;\ai  hii'.m;;   !..������   >.i- ���������>.-  {h.iii-^li    \vp    weiv    {'jei'llfMI    frii-li.l  jfl'pn'iuu' reiitci] '��������� I.'.*.li' III n l''.'i.Krr (I,  t.Vlli   in "i'i.-v.,.,I Im'.i*. my;. If :;::���������!  I'  captain ami. mrklmj i iu'irnu-li nil ."'.  while, cli.ilt.il lil.c .1 ni:i^|i!i-.    '11m- ������:i{,  lilill   Sl'ltllll   IlillKi'lf1   ������hlliii   Ilia   i- i-  lm '..I li' . "d-.1I,    niki;il    pi-MiiK-luii    In  tn-.olie  ami.   fiinllnj:  lhat   li-' 'i >'i   :������������������������  oiie i-i^.ir. #lm*l-inl u"1  n:j , M:iu:.nia U  Cf   i (Ulixc   I   ri-fl'-' il.   hl'.l   he ,v,: ���������   hi'.  f ma!' !.v T%*t M l.n-1 t<i Miioke il  Ir:..-������������������!!  "^'iJlMMi'l ,iiin:!!r.r f'ir nn-'.    Ml.-.-- ���������!*������������������������������������  *0lVi'il   ill.', jll'illtleu  li.V  HlHIuIilig  I" r.'l'  hliii' Willi a-llKhn-d  imin-h  * ill !"������������������ v-***  fVil-cnl Id vlilii.  'f'li)-ii from without came the i'r.'zU  ul n Ii.iiiJd. , Ja.incline can-:lii tlir  aoiihd ������������'! ������!0'Kl-llMr!>i"3- t!'"r l"'1"1  |io|.-iil on mi.i i-IiIp. hrr even .������park I in i- "to Bet  M Hioijtli r������r-:etfi-M_of everyihliiB ha**1  fiii- tiit!i.ft?r-~   y    " ' -, "  .'���������Tlmt's* 'The n'oun.v Him- riiuc";  ine rxcla'liiKil. ami klic hummctl tIm-  words In a ������������>ti ihou^li l>y m> nn-aii-  i'.ro'nj voice." An Kite went on >!ie :-ai'.|!  rather" than Inimim-d. hecomlns iiiod-  and   morp anlmairil.  keeping  Ih'nc  l>}  "I'd love to dance on  triumpliantl.v  till' SClfJC." '  ".l.-DHicIiiio!" ng.'iin cried Miss Tinkler.  -~���������'What's the harm, auntie?    I'm not  on llu* st.-w.".  "Yi-a. hut you want to he. To think  ���������f n Kutland on the fita^e! Yo' pa  would tu* mawtlticd to death."  She paused tip stnirs, and .laqueline  betf.-in again to rattle on in her singular  way. Suddenly It struck her that slie  wanted CliiRer'a hanjo. and. calling  Cynthia, nhe mmt her for it. Then,  after lesiin^ ih������* HtrlngH, she hegan to  play and sing. The music \v:is light,  hut f.w������i't. being composed chiell.v of  tItt>*<������-> iini(|ue negro melodies horn under  the bluve sv-icui as delicate plains  sometimes spring tip niiiont: poi'onoua  weeds.. ���������    ' ;  < Without, warulnu*she put< (he, banjo  flown nnd began to talk again, skipping  from one subject to another, astonishing us by hor eonlhlenees, someiiiiios  asking questions, but seldom waiting  for nn answer.- 'Presently I spoke of-  my ������tay with the Stanforths.  "The Stnnfortiis'" h|iu cried. "Do  you know 'euiV"  "Yes.   Do yon?"  "Ought to; they're my cousins. Did  you ������ee Minerva:"'  "No.    Who's Minerva?"  "Iter real name Is Helen. \Ye called  hor Minerva at school. I went to school  with her two years, She's older than  I, though."   '  "I have met Miss Helen Stanfo: lit."  "If you refer to the young lady we  met today," the" captain "remarked,  "she's a very beautiful and high bred  woman, much like our Oeowgia bcau-  tlcV  ���������'Phe knows everything," said .Iu<|iie-  liue; "theology, geology, biology, psychology.   Any more of 'em?"  'Thafs quite enough," 1 admitted.  "Old you seo Buck?"  "Oh, yea.    Buck and I became quite  friendly." ,      '.      ',   ���������    J  '���������������������������'rleiidly!     Buck   was   born   to. be  hanged."  , "What makes you think that?"  "Most fiery, pestiferous In I lo Imp yo'  evrr saw!   Deesn't stop at anything."  "Mere flashes of a strong nature.  When he grows up, he'll control it and  be all the stronger for It."  "Think so? If he was black iiiul 1  owned   him,   I'd.   have,   lii 111    whipped  erpry djiy."  A colored woman en me in and told  the/cnptnln (hat'Miss Pink ley presented her compliments, nnd a room was  ready for him whenever lie chose to  occupy it-. She iiI-.o_infnrrn.cil him that  I couh] h|.vo n room.  iiCnptiiin," 1 said. "I have no reason  away from you. Indeed, 1  wouldn't leave your giiiirdlnnship just  pow for a plantation:- The man who  has 'nccmicd me is In league with  others who nre Interested In gelling me  out of the way. Now, if you'll permit  me t'6 go to bed without a guard I'll  glv* you my-word of honor uot to  leave this house till after the watch has  patting hrr f nt nil the floor.   l.glRiic-.l i been resumed tomorrow,  M the cUPHHb \\t *ei'������ looking H? hci  admiringly. i'������e charm ���������enhanced at  Iirarlng*a--wa_r foils:'dear to every Con-  fi-i'l.-rate'-kolnlrr given with s������ much  kplrii f<������ tun-h ������n attracllTe' creature.  Pipldenl-/ the aill������lc slopji'ed.  ������������������imu't you like iiiupIcV' a*kcd Jaijne-i  line of lhe captain.    "I do: 1 lote It."  '���������I like It .when warbled by Mich at-  ���������(rkctlVe llpx." npliol the ol'.icer.  T'hfii ihe b.iiiJoM withntit played a  Spnni'li daiiiv. .laqueline's l������ >ly began io vibraic; bin. tlmiigli nlive In evrr jr limb, "���������he < 1 ~*1 H"l i|an<-e. Tin-re  ivax" foiiit-lUlng lauiallrlns In a |irnui-  ImmI (real that was n<;t realized.  ������������������Dance:" cried the captain, an ex-  pcct������nt<.U>ok in hi< h.-iiidv'nie eyea.  ���������Shall 1':"  ������������������po. ple.lre," I put ill."  A a a bin! that ha* been son rim: alow-  !������ In In' expected eours". .laqueline  passed from (���������iiiuparatlve n-st to mo-  t:*u. In another mninetii Bhe was mor-  in- 'altotit Hie" tiall with improvised  step-". a.-> tlDiutli daiD-lnii was, to use  in li.-irodmical lexjire.-'imi. her normnl  ciimllllnii of rest. Him Una nil. ilr������-i|'cd.  ruse, rrite-l.. keeping time with hi r  head. l:<r irni������. her whole boilj. I'"r  ni, hile I was so oVIiditrd that 1 forgot  nil  excc.ii   the  da'ice.  and   when   I   be  Nir '<c</<.'ii '" ' "���������..<���������(." "*!;''"{/ iiimiit On. hull  thttush' piTseir io look Nt the captain  jl" was* ������W t������ see that lhe t''rnH .Ili'iue-  It*e had been weaving about him waa  complete.  'Maquelliic'"  Mora   flai-Icy   had  entered   the   hall  .- aqd   tfood   l<K)Ulng   nt    her   teverely.  .la'dnella* atwiiped" *a Fuihiculy  as  If  ���������ho had been move.l by electricity and  tli*-ciiriTi)t had been turiii'd off.  '���������rinaatonlahedat yo'." *������'ld lhe la'ly._  ������������������Y*'t$ lUfid* th* aciiiiaiiitance of these  . ee.nt/etiiirn   onlv   this, iifternoon.   and  ..herey.va' a,r.j> dancing jlef*' .thein as, If  ��������� _[������������������������ w������r* a *'oiibrettc In* t'jieal.er.":.  " J''"My dear niadani," nkeriloaM, *>au  '' ���������'���������'a\c:no Idea, of i_h* ';plep*ur������- ^������' 1������������  given n������.   Bh* would bo a grBBd ������uc-  cf89 on any aUgc" *l  * "Do .to' t^lDi ������?" Queried Jadaellna  n-Vow. captain," put lii'.laqiielliie before the officer could reply, "let the poo'  man go to bed."  ������������������IV yo' eakc?" ho asked, looking at  her with an expression half admiring.  Jialf comlciil.  "Fo* my sake, fo' yo' sake, fo' every-  body'a sake."  She went up in front of him and, putting her little oval face within a few  Inches of his. biought -her snapping  eyes to bear*on him and stood wailing  for his decision.  "Well. 1 reckon I must let yo' have  yo' way.. Yo're too pretty to qua'el  with." ",  She clapped her hands. "'I knew it!  Loveliest man I ever met! Too sweet  for anything!"  The captain smiled thu't pleasant. Indolent smile of his, looking nt me at  the name-time, as much as to say,  "What a dcllclousj.v odd creature!'  while Jaquellno, disappeared ns suddenly as an actress who had finished  her "part. Ginger came in with a decanter ami glasses, which lie placed on  the table. The captain sat down before the wine and invited me to join  him.  "Miss Itutlund is ce'taiuly n dainty  little thing," he an Id n? I"-' took the  stopper from the decnuter aud filled  our glasse*-.  "She certainly i.s."  "Most charming creature I evet  ww."    v ''"'" '"' ' '        "'  "What a soubrette she would make'"  "ISavialiing! Kill .vo" glass, sir. ' Km-  iihlng. Do yo' know. I never saw mo'  graceful dancing on the stage?"  "Nor I."  i-"And what a sweet little voice!"  "The notes of a bird."  By this time I had made up my ml ml  that it would be impossible to gel the  captain on any -other subject than  .laqueline, and he talked of her the rest  of the evening���������Indeed, till he had tin-  JalieiJ the decanter. I could not but  be niiuised at the transition Jaqueliue  had wrought In his treatment of inc.  \t occurred to me to test bis good nature still further.  "Captain." I remarked. "I'm caught  away from home with a thiu pocket-  book. Could you let me have a hundred dollars till I pan get to where  there is aba ul-?"  '"Certainly, elr, with pleasure. No  trouble at all." And. pulling out a thick  roll of Confederate bills, he tossed them  over to me.  "Captain," I said, pushing baclc the  bills, "I don't need money. I only  wanted to ace If It were possible for a  man to order another out to be shot in  (he afternoon nnd do him a favor in the  evening." , ,   ���������  "My'dear sir." he replied, "permit  me t* apologize for my hasty action. 1  give yo' t'rie word of a-peowgia gentleman that had hot that delightiul creature interposed I should 'now deeply  regret the execution of my order."  "You mean my execution."  "Yo' very good health, sir, and that  ���������P the little lady."      '  The decanter was empty. Ginger, the  major domo. appeared, assisted tho captain up stairs to one of the main chambers in the center of the house, then  conducted me through a hall to a wing  and ushered me into'tbe apartment intended for me.  CHAPTER VII.  SIIUMGIIT.  'HAT- faded splendor! All  ihe furniture was mnhog-  ���������iny-thr l-.ed. a huge four  posier. canopied; the bureau high and wilh brass'handles to  Us drawers: the chairs siraiglu backed:  from" I he center of the ceiling hung a  chandelier of ulass pendants. All tliis  auiiiiue   uiiiL-'iilici'itce   wad   '-shied   bv  the single tallow dip winch also giis  tened upon the honest face of (lincer.  "I hope yo' berry eoinfolem. sab."  said Ginger, setting down the candli.  and turuingjio depart.  "No doubt of it. Wait a bit. 1 want  you in loll me to whom this plantation  belongs.''  '���������('unnel Hutland, sail."  e"I'eeii in this family long?"  "A t'oiisnud years, sail."  ".What?"  "Diin't know nothiii 'bout countin.  'Spec' it's been in do fam'ly mighty  long lime. Gunnel Rutland, ho mighty  line geiiTmanj. sah; Gunnel Kutland,  he own ten hundred t'ousand acres" ���������  ** "TIow maiiy?"  "Do biggest plantation in all Alabama, sah. Gunnel Rutland, be de biggest"��������� - o        '   ',*"    ,  "Wait a bit,'Ginger. Who Is-Mis's*  Pinkiey?"       -  "Missy Pinkiey, flie mighty One lady,  sah.   Miss Pinkiey. she"���������  "What relation is sljo to Colonel ITut-  lnnd?"  ".Missy Pinkiey, fthe war Missy Rutland's sistah, sah. Missy Pinkiey,  she*'-  ������������������ Where is. Mrs. Rutlandr*   ' '.   .  "Missy Rutland, she's daid."  "Who is Miss .laqueline?*'    *  "Missy .lack, she's de fust young lady  In do soul*, sah. When Missy .Tack go  to de planters' balls an de city balls'in  Hunisville, she take all do young men  away from de udder young nidios an  make 'em all mad 'miff to eat her up."  ' "She is Colonel Rutland's daughter, 1  suppose?*' '���������  ;;Vci, sah. Mir-sy-Jack de apple ob  Cuimel Itutland's eye. sah. Gunnel  Rut la ml don' care imft'en 'bout nobody  but- Missy .Tack."  '���������Mow.about yon colored people?"  J'V.'hal dat, sail?"  "Do you like Miss .lai|iieline?"  "I.ihe Ml���������y .lack! Ileekon de culled  'pccple i!:i like Mi���������y .lack. Gulled people l:ili Missy .lack like de angel ob"���������  "I-ii'i -he ii:-i a bii hot tempered?"'  sah  ten:  .-lie'  Iccl-.oii Mi���������y .lack i- hot tempered.  Missy  .lack,  she got   de  hntic-1  per in de whole waif.    Mi-sy .lack.  old on: c.V'iaiti why you all hue  M:.-s .I'ack when she h(t������ a hot temper  ami speaks,tn you -! a.iply."  law-  ii-miw-y.' -he don'   mean  llllf-  feti     Mb  y.lack. slie  il" wid de lire-  bi a ml in de cyi  body else, ��������� col*,  j'.-il when Mar,-'i  ham.  In- <!  Wlrp l'.)' nl  ham. he u !iip tin  n:.',--4i-r     Mi.-.-v -I  but -lie won'i let no-  Yu" ouirlit- to sec dat  ; nu'h.-in-Mai-s'rl'iir.'-  ober-iei'i'���������'Mars'r I'.ingham  rers. i One day -M.-ir.-'r P.iuu-.  ���������.    I yelled Ink a killed  ilek. ������he run out   wid  her hali'ii-ilylu an her e.\es a-shinin, an  she laU' de w hip uiU o' Mars_"r P.hlg-  liam*.- hau*. an-goily Moses.', how she  lay it on >!:ii nbei'-eer!"  "Hid he take'it l,inilly'("  "He eoiiliIu,"I do niilfei). Kf lie. teelP  Missy iJaek. l.'llllllel lit'llliilid'sli'oot hilll:  Gunnel.Rtillnnil. he U'nl de biggest teni-  per. "cepl Missy .lack-ain't nobody got  temper Ink Missy .lack in"���������  "Any more Ituilands':"   -  "No. sail Ain't dat 'nun"���������all dem  inighly line people?"  ���������'Quite enough. Now you may go.  Ginger"  Ciiimei dopaiiod wilh a frown thal,,l  should have calli-d /or more sue.li -pec.  pie as I hi' 1: in la nils aiid-soniewhai dis-  appoiiiieil. 1 fancied, al not being-able  "to-impress" me with lhe niagniiude of  the family temper. 1 closed the door  behind,him and locked it.  ".lolin P.randrr.-inne," I said. looking  nt tlie dim rclloction of my.body in one  of the great mirrors, "had il not been  for thai little'/girl down stairs your  being would now be no more real than  ihai ininiii' Never, have you had so  clo-e a call ami you'll never have another so do i without it beinu' the last.  But you'\i mi lime to waste. Your  situation will be-more critical with tlie  ri.-inu' sun ih.ili U is ttiiK minute. Something must lie,done."  1 went to a window. It was at tlie  end of the building My room was on  the second siory of the liou-e, at. no  great height from the ground. I turned  Irom the window to anoiher facing ihe  tear They were all open, for the  weather wa- wn.in ami stiliry. Al this  fcccoiul  window   w- '   niiieihing  which  "If wiSrics were hot$c%  beggars would tidcf  GoocJintentionswori't  make good shoes.  Good materials ami  rcliablework cost money.  "As good" shoes can't  possibly be 'retailed ior  less than the. JWakcrs',,  price, stamped on the  soies of���������  "The Slater Shoe"  "uoof!)vcr Wfjttf"  Fl  0. B. HUME & 00.  Sole Local Agents.  jL. S. tllermann^>  ��������� -   Bicycles  and  sewing ma-  chiuc-r" repaired. Plating  done;' All kinds of mechanical, work attended to.  Next to J. W. Bennett's Store,  i^EYEL������TOKE.  uttractea my atteui.^-J at once���������a tree  growing so near that I could easily  step into its branches aud descend to  tho ground.  "Thank- heaven, here is an avenue of  escape!"  Ent my pledge.  It is questionable It those moral  heroes who prefer death to dishonor  would choose the former if the alternative were presented as it was to me.  Death In the form it awaited me certainly looked very ugly. If I kept my  word and'remained till morning, my  identity was sure to come out If fortune enabled me to conceal it, if tho  captain permitted inc to go my way, I  was sure to fall into the bands of my  enemies. By leaving In th������ night I  could give both the slip and by morning be far away, or eo disguised that I  should not be recognized if found. I  might possibly reach thcUnion lines.  ,  I had never before broken a pledge,  but I-bad never before seen certain  death staring me In the face. In tli������  ordinary affairs of life, I reasoned, on������  should have a high standard, but In a  matter of life or death- Besides, who  ever heard, of one carrying information  in'war atopplng at a lie or the violation of a pledge?  Placing my .foot on the sill, I was  reaching for a branch of tho-tree^with-  out when I suddculy stepped back Into  the room, sat down In.a chair and  buried'my. face In my bands. ,A" vision  of Ethel Stanforth. sweet, gentle,'Innocent, stood before' me. As* a li.ish of  . lightning vi'ill clear ii imirky ."atmosphere, uiy.hunian.'reasoiiing vanished  before a diviuo' iiuuit'ioii 1 "could not  break my pledge. _ '.     -..  Then  1  fell to ihinkiug. ���������' How "ditlb  cult it is. after all. to'lo_ok-into^lhe<'fu-;  'tufe!    Who U'now's l^it 'some, new out '  let may occur tomorrow*/   This cauialD  " i  !s a singular man. and no oiie.eMii Ten  what  whim may seize lnui ne-.t.,  To--  day,lie-ordered uie "lit i" 1������: shut: to,  morrow  he may .-end  m- a v. ay from  my enemies with an escort   lo protect  mo.     Then   there   is   linle   .laiiueliniv i  She ha- slipped a noose abou'i his neck  |  thaf'he will not easily shake ofT.    She  may lind a. hiding place for me or an  avenue which  will, eventually'lead to  safety. I was s'o pleased wilh the probabilities 1 "Conjured  up  that   I  got up  and "walked  back and  forth,  rubbing  my hands wilh satisfaction.  Fool, stupid human fool'. The events  fate had in store for me were nothing  as my foresight had painted.  'I heard the tramp of horses* hoofs  coming through the gateway, doing to  a front window ai d looking out. I saw  iwo lignres on horseback, ll was too  dari; , i'or tne ' to distinguish lhem.  T(hoiiL'h one was very small, the other  seemed io be a woman, for 1 could see  her  uiirnienis   fluttering     They  came  rr,  ���������- ri-i,-  i - -    r A   -1 ��������� ~  ii 'hi  !       '' '-I   :)"   I  ''V v-H I"  ,. /  oi ������i8|\''/  i-  M.  / nalOown iu a vli'iilrnnil Imriid iny Imi  ill hl>l /."MIl'V.  cantering down tin's' ro.-ulway ��������� to tin-  gallery and mu-i have ilisniouuied. for  soon I heard a 1.nocking. Leaving ilie  chamber. 1 \ eni ilirotigh the hall on  tiptoe and -in'id at the head of the  great st'iircase. listening. Tin-re wi-re  voices below, bill I could mil loll who-e  they were. I walled some' liu:>- for  more information. iTitt ihose who wcr������"  talking weui .into another part of lhe  house, and I was obliged to reltini to  my room unsatisfied. 1 sat down again  and renewed my musings - musings  thai were not of the pioa.-nnlcsi.  I had not sat long v. hen. I wo 'men  pa'-sed under lhe window. They, were  talking in a low lone. The > voice of  one was lhat nf n white man. Ihe other  (hat of il negro. The negro said mhii"-  thlng that was inaudible. Then the  white man asked:  '.���������Which wing?"  "Dar."  Is not that .laycox's 'voice? It Is.  Tliere is no mistaking I hai harsh  growl. What can it mcanV .' I see  It all: He -expects that 1 wi.l eimlc  this easy going captain. :s>: I l-e "'II  Fpreaii a net for the bird hei'i-rc it Hies.  Fortunate! ' IT I had descended by the  tree, 1 should .have dropped into Ids  embrace.  My anxiety was now more intense  than ever. The cords were surely  drawing about me,  '"Nonsense!" I -aid to myself. "I'm  losing mv head. True, I'ni In a light  place, but tight places are interesting.  Men who possess great presence of  mind are best fitted to escape great  dangers. When the cards run high,  the coolest wins. I propose to defeat  all these converging enemies by keeping my head. I '.hall go to bed ami get  fi good sleep. Then on the morrow I  shall lie in shape for die light."  My resolution, together wilh (lie fatigue of an eventful day, brought slumber sooner than might have been expected. But I soon awoke and, feeling  alarmed, was wide awake. I sat up in  bed. 1 could look out of the window  into the tree which had Invited me to  descend by its branches. I thought I  fcaw ti dark object that did not belong  there. The leaves were not far enough  advanced to conceal nor young p'-ftugh,  to fully reveal any abject hidden there.  The night was oup'of tho darkest,  yet there was a little light���������starlight���������  aud no moon.  ���������' "Imaginary terrors," I muttered.. "G*.  to sleep."-  ' i lay down, drew the sheet ���������untucked  it in'at tho back of; my neck und obey������oy  tlio cp,m.mau.a '\ I*,ad' S[yca> myself ,by-  passing back; into, slumber.  , (To be continued.)  THE   MARKETfl.  Bourne Bros., merchants.Rfrelstoke  report for week ending; May 9th  Fj.'ouk.  lluiig-iriiui, per bug 98 lbs $2.75.  Gkai.v. <  Wheat, per ton $30.00.  Oa'tf-, per ton '��������� .$30.00.  Fkko. "    ���������        '  Hav, per ton, timothy $23..*)0.  Shorts.   'J... -J25-00.  Bran, m������>-  SUOAK. ' ,   "  Sugar, per sack, 100 lbs $������.0O.  Vkoetam.ks.   ,  Beets, per iK.....'.'. ���������.���������*���������  Potatoes, per, 100 lbs,. .":*..;. . .$1:50.  Onions, per 100  |bi,..'....:. .$*l.Q.:q.  Cabhage, prr lb 3.  Carrots, per 100 lbs 2.00.  Turnips, per 100 lb* *.... .100.  FAKK.J'KOniTE.     .   _     "  Kggs, per doz.  ntw laid...- 3".  Case ejjgs  '....' 25.  Butter (Creamery),  per lb 35  Butter (Dairy) per lb 25.  T'Iicckc; per lb ".- 20.  Lard, per. Hi. .    1*-  Meats. .  ���������Beef, per lb.'.,..,,.., * to 15.  ���������Mutton,-per"ll)..- 15.  ; Veal, per lb?         12J to 15.  ��������� ; l'.anib, per- lb 15 to JO.  1. l'ork,.'per  It 15.  ] [:i.i)if perlh^r 18-  Bac������i'i, per lb. ,.  20.  FltUITK.  Oranges', per doz...'.' 40.'  Lemons,  -per don  AO.  Apples, per box .- 2.50.  Pears, per box 2.50.  VKTAL MARKET.  r ~  Copper, New York,Lake 11-} 15, ���������W-v  trolytic llg'tolljc London ������52g.    ���������  Lead���������New York, $-4.05 to $4.10 ;  London, "jC 11 Hs. 3d. to /ll 13s. ������.d.  Silver���������New ��������� York, 50J. ���������  Fought For His Life.  -My father snd sister both died of  Consumption," writes J. T. Weather-  wax, i>f Wyandotte, M icli., "������n<i-1 wiV  saved from'the same frightful fate only  by Dr. King's New Discovery. An at-  tact of l'lieunioni-i left an* obstinate  cough anil very severe" lung trouble,  which an excellent doctor could not  help, but'ii feiV months' use of this  wonderful niedicinr made me as well  as ever and I gained much in weight."  Infallible for' Cough-),-Colds and all  Throat anil lung trouble.'Trial bottles  free,    (iiiaranteed bottles 50c, anil $1.00  ut Cimuiltt Drujj.iutl Hook   htore.  '���������Amber" l'lug Smoking Tobacco  is winning on its merit*.  .' " Have you tried it ?"  "Save   *  tiie     Tags,   thej  ��������� are  Yaluable."  K*. 18 A.F.. * A,U.  ��������� Thoreg������l������rme������l.iBji  art held ia th* Ma������-  mie TemnU. B������������rn������  Hall, ou tho third  Mondaj ia ������aeh  month at' I p. n.  Viailinc hrsthren  corrtiallr welcomed.  It. OOItDON     3lC������BTABT.  RSVEL3TOKB LODOS. X. O. O. P.. X* M.  IleKalaratastiaai ar* h������lil  n OddfallBWi' Hall ornry  Thursday nljht at aisht  a'elaek. TUlting brother*  . r!SKi.'3C"lij,C*J*" eardlally wolaoaad. .  K. S. WILSON. K.G.   J. A. 8TOMKi R. t T.8.  8KLKIKK 1.0IM1I1. HO. .11, .-  Me������t������ avcrr Taeidar  tTcaias    la   K*lhirk  Hall at S a clack.  Viiitiac brethren cordially Tarited-ta at-  - ��������� Una.  A. SAXTON. N. G. J. MATHII. 8kc  -^������������������-;P*S';';f*'*w"-.1  o*>l*i:4tens-*Ai������<><r->  K.O.r. Me Z������  SaTelstaKa, B. C.  .. Meat*.every ��������� \V������d*  ' nrfilny in Oddfclloni  Hall at S o'clock.  TUitlriff Knights incited. '  S. McDukalu. C. ('.  W. WlKooH, K. or Jt  AM) K.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  X-roinpt deliver j of parcels, i)������gg������|?e,  etc., to any part of the City.  Seeds, Trees,  Plants, Bulbs.  GREENHOUSE PLANTfe,  ,   for Spring Planting.  , Clean certificate < from   inspector.  CUT FLOWERS.  '  AGRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS,  DKK SUPPLIES,  FRUIT BASKETS,  FERTILIZERS,  Catalogue Free  M. J. HENRY,  3000  Westminster  Road,   Vancouver.  White Laiiok Only.  WiW Poreitt,  PHOTOGRAPHER.  Developinent of plates and filuu- for  aniiiteiirii iindertaki'ii. Terms on application. Dark room (temporarily)  Canada Drug and Book Co.  UNION JC1GAR  FACTORY.  All orders left at.R. M.Smythe'a  Tobacco Store, or by Telephone-, No. 7  will receive prompt tiltrntion.,  HALGYOH HOT SPRINGS  The raoa comi.lrte Health   fleeerl   on  the contlm-iit'of North -*���������������"ir������-   ""*  ated inid.it iceaery uariTalled for jraa-  deur. Iloatinr. >*UhlB������. r.ir.urMUm..  Sk'itlnit and AooUiff. Kenideat Vhf  Biciah and Nurse; ��������� Tele������r������������������ble coa������-  nitinica-tloa -frith *U >arti������of ������he,Torld.  two w'alU nr������ive aad deaart avery da?.  Uh bittln oure all rierToue aadi Macular  diseased; iU wirtwi-heat all K������W.  I.irer and Stoma**- allaienU. and elim  inate all inetallp poiwai fraw lh. ������^������-  l".w It)" waterii oanaoi he wraaaeed  fortheirheatiaBrirtaee:    .  Special   Winter Torrrw:    ���������������   t������ 91B  ���������   '   -.   P*r VrVft*':  BRANOI  ���������'Our Special" &. "The.Union.''  H. A. BROWN PROP.  REVELSTOKE,     -     -    B. C.  Jas. I. Woodrow,  t BUtOHER.  Retail Dealer In-^^as&^p-  BEEP,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc:  Fish and Game in Season.  All orders promptly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, ffir,iB������  -^���������^���������C^PvDT-E^T^p-  -u s. ���������   , ���������   Ton LADIES Oklt.  RELIEVES PAIN AND IS A.SArE,  RELIABLE MONTHLY REGULATOR  , Superior lo Aplol, rennyroyal and Tansy.  Afentt:  Lyxax, Soxii" it, Co:, Montreal.  Otek'a Cotton Boot Goapo-asfi  i If inconnhilly n������ed monthly br ortv  y'lO^OOLadleD. Sate, effectual. lA<5Xei������������k  rout drotMlnl tor Ceah'i Cellea Beet Ce-B-  ������,. 'fake no otner,as all Mlxturea. pill" and  .--.IteMon* are d������nK������rou������. Frlee, Ms. 1, Utier  koz: y*. B,������ deireei itronirer, fa per box. No.  1 er I, mailed an receipt of price and two (-e������at  Stomps. Tho Oaok Oampany Wlndtor. OnL  SS^Kom. l and 1 teld and recommended by ail  Meyo&slble Dntgsiits la Canada.  Ne. 1 and Ne. 2 aro nolil nl 1 rout Luke by P  T. Abcy. amlht KevtWoko by ������ ���������,"������������'*��������� G-. *���������  Curtia. and CanmU DniK A: Hook Co. DniBifmU  PELLEW^HARVEY,  BRYANT    &.    GILMAN,  Vanoourer, B. C.  ),  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mill Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  Checking Smelter Pulps a Specialty.  Have You a Doubtful Piece *f Rock7  We'll Tell You what it i>  FREE OF CHARGE.  ..Queens Mote/,.  Kamloops, B.C.  MALONEY & MALONEY Props.  Thio first clasp hotel ip under entirely new management ami has-  been . redecorated and renovated  throughout.  Good Stabling,  Finest Stock of Wines  & Liquors. Quiet Reading and  Smoking Rooms.  RATES:   $1.00 to $2.50 per day.  C. Outhett, A.R.C.Sc.  Analytical Chemist, Provincial Aaaayer  Gold; ���������-.  Silver ....  Lead   Copper   IJolii and -4i������vpr   Gold, Silver ���������>d Copper ..  Control iiBsayu; Complete analysii- ol  Ore������, Coals, ;etc., Conci'iitratioii and  Amalgamation tests.  eaults  of asnays by  return  of  mail  .* 1 O"1  1 (^  1 (y  .     1 50  .    1 Sfi  '2 oO  Trains Leave Revelstoke:  Bastbound 8:20  Westbound 17:30  Southbound 8:10  REDUCED RATES.  Victoria Day Excursions Fair and.  a Third.  for round trip between all station-ion Pacific Division. Good going  MAY 22, 23, 24. returning "until  MAY 27.  a  Minneapolis and return,  $52.00,  Tickets on sale MAY 26-30, good  to return within GO days';  l'lm-enger tickett* ,to all ' j>oint-: at  lowi'dt ratw. For full information and  particular!" apply to nearot agent,  K. J. COYLK.    ' T. \v[ UHAD.S11AW-;  A.G.I'.A., .      Agent,  VANCOUVER.       KEVKUTOKI-:.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Hues.  _, Cheapeat Routo to the Old Country.  ALLAN LINK-From Montreal.  l'arWaii  M<')' 3rd  Tuiiihliin  "    I'JlJi  ('iirinlliinn  "    l"t������  I'n-lorian " . H������th  Ionian ' ���������        ���������       , 3\n  DOMINION LINK-From Mom real.  Dominion     ��������� -      -      -   ' *      *      -May KUi  ��������� l-'roin  I'ortliinil.  t'iili'fonii.in      ���������   ,' -      -   ,  ���������   '   -      -   Mny -Ir������i  Colonidti  "   2'th,.  From   Ro-ton.  Merio'n  April 30lV  Sew KnKland ���������' 'A\zy Tth  Comiiiuinve.il lh ���������'ilir  Merion "   "-"in  I1KAVKR LINK-Kroni Momrcnl.  Lake .Simcoc      ���������      - ",  -      -      -       M".*"   l*t  Lake M.-inilcba "    ith  Ijiko Suiioiior      ...-'.       ������������������    loth  I^ikc Cliain|il:iin "   ���������"������  L,ikc Onurio  "   -w>  Pas'ciiKcrii ticketed tliroiifrh to all i*rH ot  Grcul lirit.-iin and Irclmid, ,-ind nt Rpcoiiill.T low  rnteoto all parts of tho European conlincnt.  Apply to nearest railway or Heambhip ugent or  to  T. W. BRADSHAW. Agent, Rovelstoko.  S. A'.* "Archer" or .S'. S.   "Lardeav."  ItunniiiK  between   Arrowhcail,    Thomson'.'  Liuidinnanri Cuniiiplix". coiiimeiiL-iiig Out. Illh  11HII. will .-ail a- follows (weutlier peniiittini,'):  ��������� I.o.ivc  Arrowlie.id   fon Tliom^on's   I^indinn  ami t'omaplix twice daily al 10k. and pk.  Leave Comaplix and Thomson'*  I^indinj; for i,  Arrowhead twice daily at T.ljk. and l'.'.tok. ,  " Miking elo-H;" coniicclion.11 with   all C. 1*. II.  train-, and boat>;.  The owners reserve the ris'it to change liiiien  of wiilings without notice. , ,  THK KKKU KOI1INSON LUMUKK CO. LTD.  K. ItOHIXSON. '  ManngiiiK Director.  To" Trappers  Raw Purs Bought  Cash.Prices Paid  IY   B.   WELLS,  , Exporter of Purs.  J. b'SULLIVAN, F. C. S. &c.  c   PROVINCIAL ASSAYER,  By Examination.  Established 1897.  VANCOUVER R. C.  Ar-ayiir   for  'id   years   with   VIVIAV, fc  SONS, .Swansea.   As<ay������ and coiEpleto analysis mlwle of all kind*  of  oro.������,   clays, coal* and '  Kiiniace'products.   Umpire   work a hpoci/ilty.'  Charges   Modorate,  420 Kichavds Street.       P.O. Uo.\ 11")  PATENTS.  Trademarks  and Copyrighta  1 obtained in all countries.  ROWLAND. BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Mcclinnicnl     "Engineer    and     I")niiigbt������m������ai.  Bank  of  H. N. A. Huildlng.-. HartingH Street,  VANCOUVER,  ,B.   C.  A postcard  will '���������ecuro an evening niipoim-  ment for tho-e who cannot call during tlio day.  T*Mt' JraT' Weod'fl RiOBpledln*,  The Orenl Enfflith Rrmtdy.  -. Sold and recommended by ������J1  druggl������'������ I" Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered.   BU  rukagtt (fjsrantttil lo cure alii  Weakness, all effects of *t*UM  orezceM, Menial Worry. Bioesslve use olw  baceo. Opium or 8tlmu!anta. Mallf-d on recelp*  of price, ono pjKika������e II, ������ir, 15. '-Onevill tteM*  MawWturt. Pamphlets f ree to any addreM.  Tfea We������4 Oampsar, Windsor, OOW  Wood's l'liosnioiiixr. is sold in TSuicNIoki  by Cin.ulaltlrug *: Hook Co., (i. K. Curti-. n.n'1  W. Hewn, nnd oy KrankT. Abcy at Trout fcike,  Druggihi^.    .-..-  THE-  Anchor Wire Fence  The strongest, clirnpttst  and 'best..all round fenoc  yet devised. '"���������'��������� KqiuiNy  adaptable for any-|������iiiri>o.-������������,  Ranch, FaKii or Garden  Fencing. Simple of oon-  structiftn': and  easily  put  l1P'-:;' .'   A ..A  Ik B. C. Anchor Fence^ Co. LW.  '   Heed Qfflco:   Von*onv,er. B. 0.  0.   P.  SKRINE, '������������������'.���������-������������������������������������'���������   . >iANAfiKH."  'COBRESPONDEKCE FOLICITED.  Sfeln#4 Amsy Offiw, Knmlo<?p������ ,ft 0,  ���������-roH���������-.  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  of' ,:Attorney,' StationbK.  Dechirations, Proxies, etc..  can be obfained at iSe  H Gfiee, THE:-K0OTMtA Y MiAIh
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p 7p 'plii .view oi/the;disebveries oi ni'i'ca.in
.//i'bc.Big ;Beiid/and Tete ,bui nop Gaelic,
���p ���pplie; following, Horn;  thcP !'-nigineei-lng
p. -pMagazine will be ,rea(l-,witli interest:���'
-p.'-.I-'xjierieiice shows'- that j n on ly;a feu;.
.;���;.������ eoniain mica J,n paying qrialititics;and
,: peyen in .these '.regions' ������'���iii'o/certii.ji.i',ii'i-:
p.   dications'of !the vpreseheiPaof niica in a
V//''>'ko/h?fye,yet : been /'discovered. 7 7FoV
-:��� A! "!' mostexperr- 7' iniiier,,"it; is!st,i llsii b-,
A 'AP}n.\l?}}y af'i.nore"guess wlie'tber. paying
vv /jsiieii;'^present or notP, 1 Wh.cn present:
7iliere;is;oneh a-(list iiict-plead''which the
.niica. blocks "follow/pstriing;ontalong
v eitherpthePlianging;: or foot'wallof tlie'
7: 'dyk<?7iind7in this- case the,excavations���
.���may be made /.through ;the sonic what ���
v.-^softer (-buntry; /rock"/instead!of in the/,
hard pegmatite.pBut this lead is often
discontinuous,   peteriirgioutji^worih- j
,. -less;,! rash or sera ]*;and)t ma-y, ppr, may
������'���; pot.start/again/ iarthe,rp;6n,in reniup:
p7eratiye:qiiairtities~':-;Thiis days iiiay!bc,
plos^iiipgropingv/iUjout': fQipaMieup lead/
Annd> it hasp hapiiened   lli.-it vtlio entire':
- profirs'of a 7rich77lViuil : 6fP:ii)ica;;liave
p/beenpeonsumeci/ih/this. manner!.. Miiies
'.-'���hfivcvbeeiv. 'abandoned:: as 'exhauste'd.
7 AM.yetvwheh'pngainp/workedvby7a-sub-
paxallel to one -. side ' cii* -the crystal, so
that on being,,split t lu: nuca. falls, iin-;
mediately hi to strips. The defect may
ie confined -io the sides -'of the block,
or extended :cntire)y across, and sometimes the .block .is ''double-ruled" so-as
to break up-in to si nail lozenges. ' Such
mica is of .course perfectly/ good - as.
scrap, though/' its value as sheet/mica,
is dest rbyed.'' Or agai 11. in(cad.0f being strijied or ruled, the mica is often
deeply ribbed 01: corrugated parallel to
the adjacent edges' 'of the crystal, so as
to give tlie apparcncC; of the letter A"
.(oi- rather V):whence it is termed .'f'A-;
pnica," As the ribbed,,/portion has 'to
��� he cut away in/p���sheet's, .such'mica'is
also unprofitable, unless the block's lie,
-large.AY'edge-mica' is vthat in which;
tbc.bloek is' thicker :it one end than
the Other, ;Uic7:laniiiiae;7partaking;in!
the uncvenhe'ss;Such blocks are wholly
\yorthless exceiit'as scrap.; p        p.-   -
;���''���������:���;.. P. .--/.,.:     KI'S pi'UIC'K.   viP'-.,,'.,:  P/v-pvp
Tl'c reader'will   doubtless;now;;begin'
0 linderslanil why mica/is high-priced.
It-is riot al aH that; it is 11 rarcniineral
ike/gold, , silver,   uranium,   eliV, .but-
because/of ihtP-hazards and li'iicerlaililies of mining it.   aiid  fhe.extraordfn-
a i-y pro]i'brtion ��� ofwaste  1 ict-ween the:
rough block and   the tin is bed-, product.
But'allpis not yet- fold, -for.even after, j
all else is allowed   for, . the somewhat
irregular sheet- of   good material must
be/further  diminished, 'in sizeby cutting Or  trimming.      Electric   iiiica is
liow/gqperally  '��� Ihunib-i-riininc.l," but.
nearly ;i lb in ica   mined in /the/United'
States, for gliizingj, purposes-i.s still cut,
' iiito.rectaiigularP shape -beforodeayiiig
t lie in.iiie;- a nd  thus -'nearly one-halt of
thegpod :7pof(iiii)p goos   top'-thescriip
pheapr,-,Finif]]v;/:pif/  as: ofteiiiiHppcns/
(1the square'5: plates   of/mica are'again:
; cut -,u pit i'to' pot lierv shapes,': a not her
large: fraction ofvi'hcrmViteiialjswasted
at/the-point of use.,// "7;    ... 747;vv'.-.-P77
���'���'��� Tlid'secret oi7(:ho/;cheapness of Can-
adia 11; hi icir is'thiit;itv pecui-s.in apatitC;
'whielris;:far:;ifiorev easily-hi in ed; than;
thevlHnty matrices of:pcgiii'atite dykes..;
The, increasing :dem-ihd, of l-eceii.t
.years/for hiic;i;:for'7electrical .pu'rposcs
;has;caused   g,reiit,7 7ilev.elp'ph'ic1nt."()f..thb^
hiinesvPniodei-n pmach iii cry..; lias, .been'
installed; li'iul I hciiroductibn, ofpCa na-
da-now- e(pi:i Is i'ii". value a nd exceeds: in
t't t.tJ-".ii"t i t'.>%; t'l i::iV.''''qf'-:;' 't 1 ib"':."".'!.*;? 11'i t cHl'/fttti (Vs.:.'-
Thispmiea is/di'licii-nlv in,.tranSp:irency''
aiid-i 11 size, .bin  is ..good for electrica 1
pu'rposes.'vPvPp:'-; ;"-'-7 lAl-AAyyAA .,;. j,.;;-
ct 5
QUA ���TT.li'it
<_f -J 1 J
Office;, a..
Newest 'DesLi
��������� not that i&irif worn/ stuff
'p-:ihat some printer* use.:. .
"..-���-.��� .-.'���.. ' We-give7ynii"gflpd;wovk ���-.���'   .A;'
ly.  ; .'-at, a fair price/ -.      ppv   '���'-,- -7
^-TT-ll-lll |-rT--^^l^^ '"-^~      '       '''      '"
���',-   C,'h        ������������������
^p*��p\  ������������ /**=*&&���
'���':;, When you ������c;ome/ to^Eevelsfokepliail I / The high, si-hool -exaniiiiafions were
the Central,..Hotel : bus/to takeyou to conducted -,at... Jhivelslokepon Kridav/
'.l- good-, hotel. Abrahamson,;. , I'ros.' Sa'tiinlay. aVidp Monday by -������ jiiv-pee'to--''
Props. ;*.-: p. ;vpp ���':-- a' /'op//. o -Wilson.' :Tlie7ollbwili'g ; were (lie cau-
';'.' J, 0.: IJarber^ has ��� iihporled" ade-;|1b(b!^ Piiliiier,'
niagnetizing liiachine^ for tn-atnient.o?
,-v,s��|uentq'viierPhave- yielded plen'tifiil
' /return?;' Nor arc/leadsahvays present.
; ioy the in ica often-opecurs buhclied, to-
"pgether in pockets, -in great,agglomcra-
, j'' ��� WI* o-'.c-'ystals, pipcye'ivsing!e crystals;
7.������'(/lf:/lai;go.7s'ize^,������rT^'l'e.:i A A.'���A;;-     AA-'i
Ay.yy  ppiKpCil'l/TIESP AX1> BOSSES : p-ll.Ar
7 ^'yp'Cil::; """ing';Ar<Al very numerous, ���
,, ^.iW/eycn ,\vheivp pth^'.;/'i5ubst-anc'e ofeCurs-
;:,;^'.in,.bloek's;: of conmiercial size it/is":reri,(i-
./ i:iAl \-a hi eless or //coin pa i-a ti \pel v spca IA
''���AM so, by- one pi- niprepfa series of defects'
������-/-���'whiclr maybe'- classed ;as foi lows':''   V
Ay tplorv specksp/ribbing,./'andivetlirc-'
://'formation// Qplorpis a: dofecVonlylbr.
A - !-^rt;ii" Aisefo ns for stove g'lazing/'aricl, -
v .pin ground 'mica,   for '.decorati\-evpur-
'jjoses. ��� The colprpof'mica, may beany-::
''.thing from black'.'' dayk'/greeii or "wine'
���'/ color, '.to7 yel^w/'and- /pure   whitc'oiy
. , rather, colojpssrfhc'formerkiiid being''
used principally   for 'electric  and the'
v /latrer-'ior/'glazing purposes. "Tlie color
.or mica is ' depen.deiit: oirit's comjio'si-
/ lion, and both-/ together: are (hc'maih
' guides to its /vahicp^ndepehdentlVbi
'Other defects:   :-    ���;:7 /"       /���������; ���'; '���;:' . /
'���//��� p.- ''"'������.������������������ ^:" ���-.-Pp-VAJ-ME-i'iEf.-:     - ���'  '   ;'
'./For -, present   .'purposes!   .' we 7mav
'���/roughly classify ,the:'three/mainjcbni"-
Pinereial.variciies   of, mica as'whiteo!;
i'potasli niica :("nuiscovite:-'); y-lldwor
./:inagnesia'7/mica'  C-phlogojiite"); / and;
black or/iron   mica; ("biotite':);'but'it
;> not to ..be .understood '-.that -Pthese.
pfonn/hard   nnd'' fagtp ..lines.'- .-for/they
' shade insensiblyinto.eacliof her. pTIic'
last-is. much, "the'' comnionest ioi the,
:ihree. and 'indeed   most colored /..vieas
vowe their: tints pto1" iron, which''is.the-'
all -but universal : cploringpagent.aiid
; !;ioi.;te,;.isfbpnd ; ih'/all colors between
/i'ielit. yellow, greenv.snioky browii'iind
black.    The potash /micapis   too'hai'd/
viud'hritUeiprelectrical iis.es",';btit-.we 11
jul-ipted for glazing and/flour.    ; p '    /
,pThe  yellow   niiea/ (which  includes
ihe,  "amber /liiiea''   of . the1 trade) i's'
fairly well,adapted   and'-niuch used for/
,-l.-oi h.-, purposes.." ..The .: black   in ica is
./iiiavijilabie/for -glazing aiid flour, but:
A genera fly'/ expelient:  tor' electrical
p'l.r.pOH-ts, when  not .marred. In- sjieel-s
;-Siy\_streaks,',top which . it' is peculiarly :
.^ib---fe'v ;i;id which '-'iihs'-iliitc'ly destniy1
i A: jis-jinliK-:-;.'���-Th.ic  'wiiich" :is \iu;Al
..in rep!ip:-,for th.; hiH-named ii.-c.how--
i!or''il    \':i livi-y
7-/ pp'p7 P:tive.iuid/:']:reiil'thy;p-p7^;/p/';'':
p7 E\>ery/;nio'ther/vknows; /thatplittle./
chiidren.need  carefrrl. .atfentioiir-but-
th'ey/dO^iot/ncedWongili-ug^vp \yiieiip
-batiy/is pcevisli/P cross p.oi-,unwa:l,it/iW,
/ipothcrs/��� dp'scf'.itiie'iii 'p0with;:' sp-callOiU
.'���spothing'';..lhedicihes'-���; which-, stupefy"
* ii"a &|!i ra"l".PH VoOp.y/Jjii't*-": 'tlop-'/riyb't-.' rdiT^oS-o7/t,iV-^;:/
cause of'thetrpnGle/P/What/is; wan.tv.d-
tpniake/ the little one bright, cheerful-:
and/well is Haby's,Ow"n;Table'tsP\vhich
will ^.i-Qhip,tly.cure-colic, soui- s-toniacli/
indigestion, ^'constipatioii, p diarrhoea!,
siniple���fevers . and -/teething./troubles!
���They give::������children.'"sound, -refresiling
sleep, because /they; remove thecause
of. the; trouble:   Thcse/fabletsareguar-
ah teed to contaiii   ho ���':" opiate or 'other
phiiriniiil-'ilrug: "���."..Mrs;   .lames /Found,.
���'���'Va Ionl-ia.,.'On-t..,..,''saysi-^'.'-Bi^orr/'- b got
baliy'sPOwn/vTiitilets:    liiy: baliyvwas'
very pii le..'inch d('licafe,!and:so,peeyisli
l-hat/phad to walk   the ffboupwith hihi
day and;-aiight.;    ���The.���./iirst".tablet I:
gavehini heipe'd -. hini; and' that night
he slpjit   soundly.    'Since   'then   the
ta blots liaye ���made   h iih -..jife'riVe th* -well.
and:lie/is how;a ���Tine// ..healthy .lookin'g
biibyvand ,is-gett-pigpqtiife fat.'vl, would;
notbe -vithout/tlie .tabletsif-theypeost
a (Lol'larabox..'' .-   ���7,,:77p. ';       /fvp'���"'
.  Baby's : Own-; Xahlets/7 are/good for,
childreirb'f all ages7, and  -are takeit as
i-eadily  pits   ca-hily.-,'���' ���/.���'. Crushedv"to   a
powder, they   eaii '/be 'given  with al)-'
solute safety /to/'.the./yoiiiigost,-weak;-!
est -baby. 'Sold- 'hy'^al'l. -'druggists or
senLpos'tpiiid /at   25; cen't4.a box, 1 -V
addi-c-ssinu' il.ie Dr. Wi'llianis-' Medicine
magnetized watches, pofWliic'lihe,has
liiitl a number lately/;/ /./���;��� 7   ^7     p.
/ A meeting will -lie' 'held pat-/ I\o..2
nrehiill'Tuesdaj', n'ightp,to/.01'gaiiise a-
hicrbsse , club lini.l; ut.tendaucj ' is re-'
(piesfed of all .interested.- p.   p.       .
: ''A.'.lohnson^retiirn'eil-i.b'ir.Wedii'es'l.'iy-
from a trip to The Northw'est, Tenii-
tpries. lie reports./ money'/��� plentiful
aiul business.bobniing in Alberta.
tb Schulli, , who .has' been section:
forenian. a t. Field for s6nie veil p. has
entered 7/iiitO, jiartnersliip- with ���; M
Uuiietto its ;gynei'al storekeeper. ���',/'*
'/ Tiihher/��� experts have ^0116 up.the'
,/>uii(l,ip report on;- the", Aust-inpcedar
Hip its./. If a deal /results- a large; nnltj
wilbpe,iiist-alled;,n!eaipKeyelstokep/7 /p
;���' p.np,:.Saturday7 Prdvinciarp.Hngiiieer
C'linible iuspecteijp the Big7Ijeiid!iba(l
aiid :l)leciljiwaet-7 bridge in.-QOiu'pany
���with J-'i:ed; Fraseiv Gold Gon: 111 issionerv!
������ 7 TliLvirbi'ifoii'iKieriii'-'bf-' the-C; I' Ai:
shops/pat71 Lochelaga/.'stiuick foi'/a/ liiini-
p'l'tin'f wage/of! !{!2.50"!';7-Thep cPmpaily!
say their/btl'erp 6"f pail^iti-atipn'/was/revised.   ���;;-, ;/./, .;���' 7 : .'.'. /;/������//,'.' 7,: -' '��� A} - .P-7;.. 7 7/.-
/'���Chaos/stillpvreigns ,/at yictdi-i.*i," Vi nd/
it'-is   believed 77 the'/govern liieiit /will!
Tuesday;*: the., governn'ie.nt: wOn  in a
db-ision by^U to !i'(3. // ;;: AAA ;-./. ���/;,.;/
'-'.- T.p/ Sp:;;iJeiiiiii)g/; -pioriiierly , 'ci'f pptl,iep
poiii lida l d/ qilicc,    nt"   Kit iii iodps 7 ii ilii -
feecrer-iry,(ji/t:iic,P;Typ;(igni|iliicai: (Jiiion
Uie're; )i;is been'-,/ ;i])poiiited:/ibrei)iaii oi<;
;bheiv,qo/;ExAY> JI a ih,pili(.o ,V;!/'; A^yAyi
; pJirThe idiseiice'of:- the/Rev.;G.- laiilv
her. : a.t,/ Coiiference, pptliep/p/Klivvorfli
;League/\vilI/take:cliarge of tlie services
at'thcpAl.ji-i-hpdist: Giiurchp-onpSunday^
.'Bp.ecial. -iii usic' will be'pi-ovided-'iy'the
choiK :/;v;P'/;/-.v,/;/;v.L//-'v��'/'-n:-/'/';v AyAA'y
'A ���''So l k j r k 1 bodgpd. ��� bv o v '��� vAm Aa At A.
ed; Ald/i\IcLeod /pas'! its/representative,
;:i t/t he fo tt lico ,/i i iig; i\ is t ri^t ;"ii'i eet i h g' 'id
J; Alit t'hie^; .secretiu-y t: tovti.i'e/lodge;' is"!
iii'ltcriiatp. iA:;a������<���'"������;/'.:'y..AAAy^lAAlA'-'-l
..v7;Su)it!7lyilpati-ick;; h;is"b'Vercd ."i-.h'o'/.C'!'
rP./Rvboys a/recireatiohvTp'oiind on the
���ieasl/sido bfdhe;'7Vpp&;PJv;7; br:ihchl:fr6m':
tlieshbjiSra litlp phiisp/prohiised/a: hand-p
/spine' '.subscription p :to���/;enable. .the
grpuiKls'tp beput'ih/ordei-! 7 ,        ;.,'- 'A
//TheCi-pP./H, have'/',pfaiiod/tojcpi.ue to
/ail agreement Pwith   tne --telegraphers
in regilrd-.-tf),- the in i 11 i iii u iii wage of. $j?>:
and afi  -'annual./'fortnight's ?/leave 011-
���I'tiil pay, andv the-':Co.- h;iv,e/:asl-eil to
ha vet lie'npitteip arbitrated.!'pp,/p yl
/The 0/ I';/ H 7 "have   granted- ah in-
crc'ase/Of 10/.per"��� cent. ti:i .miichini'sts
eastof-Fort ;\\'ill iii in, but thewestenf
���schedule,/which <������calls  .for..jin/ihcrease'
of viU;pb'- cent/ has' ;-ii'jt heph accepted.',
.)'/ G,p- Websteip// .l-epresents,/ the- / local
niachipisis"///on::'��� The/ commit fee 7';]r
'Winnipeg,   -v/7'7- '/;;c /!/"/
���p..'-Airs'. II/������>"': Coursiei- has;-s;oihe ofthe^
pret,t'ie-t,".ieds !of -ilowers to;be;seen ih
the c<it-y../Cp'.!stVi'ii.liiy. iriglit sbi/iP siieak
thief paid tit'i   garden:.', a visit iinddid
considerable damage. / ---A- warrant was
rssupd/i'or'^the'.' arrest'/''rif ������ t-lie'!suspeet7
-The Sirnrihel /.;iys/;/C;/B. H.iin:e';i.!i'(b
CppiiVive : iet/ prbs /"^ontraci.'/fpT.'ii'icir-
l'rick. store here, -i
l'eai-1 Kdbiuson!/ Aland/ lly:itl,"!Gr;ice
!S(iines,,i{.7 llagien, ;A. U.'rquharf.T.-
/llowson, W.;Clark,/.r!/\iorgan, pp
v./Partficulai's "to liaiul "regarding! (lii/
ilillicultics; between tho,-!trackmen and!
tlie'C B.-R-. showthiitPl'i-esident A\;i)-:
son, as arliitriitorpior'thejiieii:wiinted
a rise.o,f'.2ii per  cent.  in7\V:iges,,;wliile
!Mr.   Guteliiis; for "(he Coih]i;iiiy; "c(in-7
sid(M-(Hl 15 per cent, enough.    Glianeel-
lo'r'JJoyd;: asiuhpire, itwardedpl he/nieh,
���20-per'cejit;iiiei-easfi'.'v'.Mr. AVilsbnpsaid",
lie was well -. ..satisfied itfith Tiie -award,
which, however,a]iplies/only/to Ciistern
division;P/-Th(/ w-iigeHpfornvcstdi-hiheii
h'iiVQ'./'y.e.li ptobev/settlalvaiKl.the.pcoii'i-
mitlee/iire, uom/v con faring / -wi.ti.i -the
Conipany bii-f heHvcsternpscTedule.p'/p'
[ p-AtThe ineeting 6'f;!^t.lie!C,i'fy!Cb'iihefi
p oil -������ Frillayp:!Sebretiiry!,v'Flby(f/ po'f/'pllie
/s'clibol 7 trus;tqes,/wrot'evSt:iti,pgv T.'T;iv-
ipr. M; MyV. ji;,d advised Th lit: govern-'
.m<ynt.hiid gi-ahi:i;(|/ii,nothei;p^2!t)QP'foi-
. sc'l i oo!/,; bii i Id i n gs. !!bi;i,t tl i. e AI c.'jia'i: I, iii ei 11
"hitil'-pot/eonlii-ineil this! /.Tlie PnisU'es
pi-oppsed^ei'ectihg;;!:!- ;.bh 11 * I i hg/bi/pbst:
$lS,0p0;Tv the city wbultlv'i-iiistJ.fli'e ire-i:
Vl u i rod l,i;t 1 ft m ce/ / /I'b qp: ii I n \-<:yp 7t;6 iV-sidci'-
.��!.'! brick biiililingPout o.f ^le'Cjiiestion
a s :��� i Ip W() i ild; cos t'"?$2p,0pO;,".'' - pV Id... :'f\ j a iyiif
ing-fiivored .-Iiricky/i/hd ohvAld. AI ci.cod's!
/SUgges(ioi'i:.i 17 was p. resol y'eiljptp vbbtslin;-
birther eStiniiftesii-om/'the-t'ri'istee^- 1'A
CK.'VlJ'.'li/'I'.rr.Vli.l.MiS'iKliIi-'.iss.c.il to tlio uii-Ut-
�� Aiy,n;-i>. niiil inai-licd i.n.lh'6 .C!ii.ve]o]ii; "Tender for..Tiii-i:ei' Hcrl h,--.'-.'". AA Io-h--j (Jiieiii/d'on
the L'l.st, Pl'iiy. \i)i'X>.,. Will bn i-i'.<;civi--il nt this
llopnrinitiii-ilnl il (Iniiji mi \7o iKiniliiy, llid ilst,
JTay ii(-:;r. for-a h(;.i;i-i.-.-.: in.cnt..'t.'1'ilioron pcrlh
\ii. 2!),">. .-.iriim'.-i iii-'.thi- I 'I'oviiinv'nf Uriiisli (P.u-
lilinliiM, ,-i.nil liin;ri'l;.;i:l. nn. tin;'.-^iml.li !'i.y-. th(i
Xort.h"m.iiin ,i. y (./.'j'uivna.i ;i 28,! ;nii:-,-(o2i, West
of tin:nln :U.-riai!Vn,'oid-iii.! j-insi'i,.. 'j', .,.. HI, on
.1-liO'Noi-l-ii li'y Iih11 .Ciiiii-jiijia. riiVdr. ri". l'i*;7.iiiKi
tlie N'oi'l li l'ioii!i(in'ry in S��cl,inn -J,|, JJ'i-w|i..liij)Py,
liii'uVre 'in: .\\'i.il ol'-f 1 it: ol.li .Vicitiiiifiii'iuiil tvn tin-
-.Wi'i-t,' hyAl". H.,%i; nnVI ii linn ,J up mile' West,
.of aiid pnrallcil'lu ('.iiiu-'I'.-OitI-; ediiuiiningan
iiri?ii. 01' :':���>. .sqiii-re in.iles, iiiiirnnr li.-sS../. . ,,.  :v
Tli'ii i-eiiiliipon.'.: uiidi'i- Avjiirh ii litTiisc.'will
iii;. j.-.-iii: d, i.il-n jjnni-cil, fomii ;.<i!' teiiijn'i-, and
cnvcioi.,;, Hiii.y \v.\ oliliiiniid nl i.liis ilupiii-titn.-nii
oi- in, l \,r iiliiijij.i,il,',;i In.'Crown .-'i'luibur Anunt, nt
;Nev.- V, :>:', iiiiii-li-r. ��� '/./; ���'/-'-" v- :'������������ ���������-'���
���.,.- Kncii lrMidi'.i-iiiii--l. lu: iii.-coiiiiiiiiiii d by nil nc ,
ceiili-d rliciiui.. oh;i rliiirjeiiaili/'nk in iiivorof
lli(:;ln-|!ii;ypoi I hv ai/:.-:i.-.li:i'oi'|hi.: ���interior.'for'
th''imii'iiiiii; ii: l.'i.o/ljoiin.i v,-liiel( liieiilililiennl is'
lil'i^iliie'l'lo jiM.v-lpi-n livi,n;-'|., ���������.;������. ,
vMn lv.i:,(ii:i':ljy U-li^u-iipli will'he eiiierliiiiicd. ,-/
, ;'7.-"p/p',-7:p P  :  i'Kiil.KV p. KI'VI*?-,     ,,
���v   ���:  ' ���" " .., ";','������     "'/'  Htei-etiii-y.. ���
pi!)iiiyPvn.it. of ihe Intci'jp.iy p.,:/":;.; ���/
p.'-; /('aiin'-n, i(ili.\ii!-il,;i!)0-f.   ;!'    , p7-
xi   une
Xj '&.
<iAi   r.-?���*���/- ��� t:
IN.   -3-<0
��� u> ��� ;.���.-'..'.'
a make it.
v   1 t;i/r
\ -4Z-- ��� ;
Was;: the' ������'.Ft?
Nest Goal
\Ji-L i)
iour >���%���*
������"H'.f 8- iA,y.s:,;y ,.,-
���J>"\JI,. A A- .-'..-'.A '���'���:   ,
in Grow'a
Aa'-a pTlit;:: locali(>n-o];,llpp t.''c)'in'p;-i"ny<.
of ���Wonder,' .Pro^rc'/ifl.,;!!^nciv
is an cnvi.'sbli-.:- 'one
lifnits niul ciccli;i(/,
l'lfoflts .or'.-ill.oj'-TJv,.:'".;!:
anel!' ibeir   City!'
���aiil! . 1 lio)������; ('>\Y-ir-7-ilie:';.-vv���;iniij* >}"ip\vcr, timber:*
!:.��-ht!   --StoGk/ '"noielerst!- pariici|Sate;  in -pthe%.
a lit I
.)>".>v-;: riHliituiiK
Xolici '.��� liereliy }p.vi.-ii t.hirt,ifti:i,:il) dfiys from
(Into//!/ !ii,ti'ii��l 11> a liply ti.ijlui Chief Com in is-
.sion-ii' ol',l..|iic|;i. juiil \''oi-|;s for |ioriiiission id
eiit iiiidCini-y nwiiy liniher froni:llu: ftillowiiiff
' (k'sciiticd lands;, si I iitited iii the Ciirilioo l)is-(
tricl-'iit'..���IJrii-is'li-.CoK.liiihiii.'-:' (.'oniincnoiiiK iitii
]ios|.'live '.-iKiiiis .above flnleini ('i-cek niiil run-.
liiiiH- nortli.np Ciinde KiviVr III chnjiti*, l.lieneo
(SistiGfkcliniiis, thence .south.'IHelmins, thenee
west"ifitl (���hnins iiloiifj lilie, north bunk of .(.'iiiioo.
liiver to ihe initinl post- inul hiiiTked ".lanicH
2\lc.Miilioh's Umber liiiiil."' 'V    -���? .    ,,.:-���-
Pated ^Itiy/lslvl'JOi'. - ~l\r\AA   ,/   -pP ' /p/-!,
l/p/,''���, /'���-i7.;7/-:;'7!/-.:v/7.v,.i'A'f-!;::u:eJiAiiox. ���/���
'���'.'/ v,vEsti'niatc:(;!''/as-/ets -of': Ll"ie;! ',-.C'un i j a: i ii vs- are.-n6!vV/$ri!350,Gi<X). ^::
llie / :ASH^OL.|;://GdAB.f:00^
or...'.T*oroni.(i,.:..i,s':!:a,l.so''..'c;si.a]'jlisliino':^iW: Western Office!"find^payp
nowan assta-t:d iVict, \viilv^a7 Capitali^alitytf
not only erect;a:siiielt^i-Avii^i'pa
also/ make / ASHHOLA-'iis vHcacl'On'ke.fwHicli means a'pay; ;;/
rdll/ol/ihrce gigKntic/incorporati^ns'for/ASHNQLA/-^:!
//'-p/.v-./k/Kaltiiiiip. iind' .IClgiir.:, l.!i;iS!.H)i>-
pl/ppp- /vdeiiPindp-Iliiipilton'/ilp'ii'ifdii,,
'/;M   /: /7 jewel)-./ Pp^iingiiiul]/;';/''/;!/'!^]!!'
::���        J- yerii'as, Gresceiit!: S't...1 i'atlier/:
;:^/���.r���:;p1������^^^^lW|(,1t3v,l^ :ii/:,BjVop]ti-i.;'jj;:VNr:-
i!"'v//'-.;"' Vf": ^..iit >''t j voi-iv'11- "'-:".A".i"->i jl'ot-rcytT*-.'"- -ri~ i^T'o-i-t-.-i-*-,/
/���/.. /'^-p-iyip SpeciiiJy ii/Hciid .forpjincesp
r-:Xi)l.iee-.is hoi-eby.. given Hull, ,-ifler ,'iO ilays
fi-oin dine. I intend l:d ii|i|ily Id ihe' Cliiel'Coni-
inisHiniior ol'*liriiiils ,-uiil Works' -for iier.niission .
I.()'.6iil���-iih(l eiu-i-y nivny. timber from, lhe lolhiw-
iiiy described Innils,: Kiliinted in t.be'Ciirilioo
(li.sti-k:l.,of,,liritliSli-CJoluinbl'ii:: (���oiiiiiienciiif? nl,'
ri. ]inst..oii 'llio Avesl, linnk ol" Caiioo,, Itivor, nl-
(he iiioiit-ir ol',.: tllneier. erci.'k.v-Uie.iiu'uvwost 40
chains,���.tliericof.smith lliO/cliniiis.i.bcnce .north
iiloiip: west bniik of C.-inoi: t'iver to lhe initial
���post iiiiu-ked 'PK.'AIeMiihoii's limber limit." :P
Dated lliis-lsl-diiy of AIny.,I!)0l'.7 ',yA. ..Pv/;-- ���-,���
���IAAA..AAAAAA':1  ,.7/';.:J*/;JIcJIAiI0N.:':
-Coal/ Gjompany's shares ti") advance-to/at/1 east $2 5.00: within tlje/
next year. / p'!:]^hese shares pare" now" lj'eing ofierecl by our bfficialp^/
:bi;6kers at/$!i;.;io/divcalls'!or'poc. p^
clause'which tnieansyoti/getshar^
Goiiypanyrinpanypet^ni;!^!! v^ ^ndprjros>
pectuses,p;a"pply4o;/idie .-���--...,         ..- ��� ��� - -���������-.-.������. -���,���,������,
Head Officei
: Notice isliereliy n-tviin linii-iifter^'W diiys frrtlii
(1 iil.0.'. 1 inlcnd' lo. anply th (lie Uhiiif .(Jiiniiiiis-;
.sibiici'' olppi.ii lids;: aiid, .Works foi-' permission io
on I. iiiidcai-ryiiu-uy tinvbcrlfroni I-lic tViiloiviiijj
described -lands, Hit.iihi.ei.t-, iii tlio. Cariboo 'district- of ���'"I.IWtii-li--('loi inn bin .":.'���', Coiiii'iie.iieiiijr (if'ii'
.-post iiu'tlio .west.liii.ik 'of Cinioe Kiv'er, liioiico
���soulli -Ifi.chains-Uienei: u;osl- KXl.cliains, I.lienee'
���iibrlliPli.1 c.liaiiis, :itieiic'o'.east ifiO-.ehaiiis io tho.
place of .coiiiiociicenioiii,, :miu-kod,p'-l!l. i\l. Me-.
Jliilioii's l.i'mbor' limit.." v , ../p.pv^pp; ���...���.������.������;; ���������
��� LiiitoitJiay 1st, h,��kP )':'.��� .',./���.  ,/:!//,/; ,'���,/:/���;
'yA-Al AAAA.'A: '!p;r-!!''.'7K:MoJiAll'OiNT.'.":���.-���'!.
IB;YOU:pORK'; IN'!TQWN ���$ WM^W^Miti^-
!.v,! /;//:/.v '.Ovcr/iQQ'suifs/li^ tlie.pait
/-vfew-nioiiths;// AVe,eaVipl--71ie|iivno;t-iei.iig /fcheni��� -it^:<)ur;iiusihess..;vSoin67yerr''
! !!/p;gopd,,;ni(l7sb]ne/vory:.biid; buP/iNfipK
i 7\ s-rVxtpis; v-S-r!i ��� rvK-r/7
tioii';.. vRocnhs fro)i)/50e.!tippGiie/block
from" ��� Gp;F. ��� '���.[��; /dcpot/pp-'/Free!.!liiclv.
Porter meets /air'.nriheipi'iT boats unci
7trai.ns;7p/''p;v���-''..��� ;���'-:-���.: *!v,-7v/./;7-PvP ViAy.y
; Wood ;B.ro.!Sf, -Projprietdi's,*!, ,,/
yegetable;,;lp Flower Plants;
- /:���,Gal:ib!age/.Gele!-y,7T.c(tuee, Tomatoes,
(!'an(lytujt, ,J)iantlius,7Asl!et-s.:A:erbeiia.
'Petunias/���-.'Lobelia,'!-"^farigold:/' !!'-l;!"X,,
".Suiiflo-iyers. , Coreopsis, .Xaf-turti'uiii/
:Chi-ysa.ntheinuni. 25c,.' per dozcii. ';������:; .-���������'���
"��� ��� I/ate-Ciibbiigciiil per li'l.in'dred. P 7 //
JAMzlley, .'.RByeistbke, 'B. .C:
a nd:IVI 6K en zie X���
:Gili/ PfKam!
Go.. 'IH-oekvlHe,\)iii..
!j5;ner:6i7,First Ht/
ipps./t r/plii/g ;iS ^ohnsion'
���XniilTo..:-'.r,i.d,-..-- :ato7:v; h;it' 7wnrkpwii3 be
spi;rt;i4r-s-h/hij}'p-��\viP :wweks!-7;The cot:-
 b<-,,p..-.*2<'.l;06<!.'7 A.
tniet"s stiiU
/report from   'Kiiiiiijpoij-   Pp7;V;P
ston;apd.Gt.: ���h/i.ve 7 ],et - a i-tili-c:
Aa\X'yA\cA\;iy.A'Al\\AAyy,A. ��� j
t-ifiiper v.'ork   in 7 eonneetioi'i.-.-^v,
building,' ;. On ' >>ir'iuiriii" "virofn
.'Huii7' ' '���
A.A.-B ���
71 -t'Wi'i-M Hvl"f
-.,:%<-���".���.!��� tf ��/-.-iS- :a I  1-
p U-'iii.i ever.-heayd of .siiehph! thing?
The idea oi',' aMybne!; being/top /l-ich
am marry.'���-.'.S.tjil -iiiere ai-e po'iplc in
vheworbi- 'vbo^o.-rioiies jilaee.dienr
in ;; he:'iii';---/,'fon:i.v/1 tea (!(;���( i 'enHiiin'as-
���liivius;:-;'.." .'���" ��� /      -p.." ..:.,.;.. '. p,p ; '......
A,full !iViid.7(!Oi)!j)let:(.
;.l!ine'ofp,..;pp.''p/i; 7;:p!':
!.C6i;."'l\icKen'-'ie-'//>\;!e,:/.:pi  ./���'���-'" ' //!!
; /'.-',' -'���/p. -���������!.. .''.-'-��� iuid  Haibva v Street.:
\.   - --    ;��� b'' ��������� ' : ���',   '    -,''
Sa'dillc/ nnd pi 'lick horses'- for, sale,, or hire.-
I-'rciirhl .itc'iveipv.iiini.eiiakeii.'to niiy piirt/of (lie
i-'isli CreetvCanips,  7 ���''.".���'���'.'.      ',-   .- 77
; J. A: ��� Magee, /Proprietor.;
RELIABLE     ���
7''-.-/ AGE NTS 7;
Wo-wnnl, a) ."mice trustworthy liicii 'and
yoiiien.iii,evei-y locality, tocnl or .IravelliiiK.lo
introduce a/new'diseovory and. keep our show,
cards .-mil iiilvcriising niiii.l.e.r ,lacked up iii
coiiKp:cii(iiis places tlirpiiuliiiiil,', lhe l.o\vn,an'd:
coiiinry. iStcady v, einployniciil, yenr round;
coiiiiiiiHsiiin or salary,'. $65 per Month and
Expenses, not lo (wcoed ,?2.ail pi:r day. ���'
Writ.e forparriciiliirsP ' I'ostolllee Mux :i:',7, .-���
International Meclieine Co.      .,     London', OnV.
: ri'ijl *-*'*;���-
-. -//<���!',�� ,....I./N.-.    .-���  ,     . ���: ~- '- ��� ;rr~. - V���.'.-:���
A&AA   ' P'p/.,p' ���''.'������:AAA-a:AAaAA;
$Mll���������; M--;^"' :AAAA. ipp/pyppr..
^ mmAAAAAl'Al A: AA-yyyy.
l��iX&kyA.:l-AA  ������ V<i-7P:P.W-P-ppvv-:.--��:
K^r.(te^s--":''!/"'--: '������*���, ���**'. -A.: -;'.:'PPV'.
:<Mw&AA-'A~-yA y iaA'aa/;
:'' - v.:Ppi;i pe;7 j :;i A j.iiil'f: /'.{p^���;S(KMci:y: is/;(k��Urt;�� ;/7!
/pittipp������; (illie/eiistv/oiv'!:.ii//(in!e7;!\vardrqliie;pi-pp/:
vliii^evia:, vJ)as::vhe('ii,/tii.v. biirpto^inanyvaji^vpv
;- l:i;i���.'���|io.fi.i -' n'piii.'s ' SOeiii 1 jn'bgi'ess.-v:'Hia/fc pp/v.-
; I Ay A ppipVp; von > ovpd:' �� /U/iv;!) a Ve '��� t�� ken':/'! ���','!/
pn.p\v/i-eii(ly7f()v.y(i,iii- instpeei;ion, \\o. bijvp/;;/ /
, I luV'-'lM-VA'^-fe'rvii-iTti."!-'-' I P'!HV'7s(!,!lc,"cr^icl-v:',s.to"ck'ai^-'-., ;'7'-;
i'l-Oii'i/WiiiiiiiiOo. Ivp'I he'GoflSt,/;:/:������'!'.- V,....'/;p     /
t. '",:X
isuii m
���:.'A1 '7'  !/ !1.'0'.iV)ea'aiir'eiaii,il;-iij)'-ito-(l.'il.e;-.l,)e,st lit.
P/7p7iii/thccily, "'���' I-'Oi-p tlie month of;''April!
.pp' /v./a.chpice lot/for $*>;; iyoi-!:hi^8-(.0:!?!l0;/-' ;p
��� /.'���;:;,:������'��� ' ;���"-'' ���     ':- P When yrminvrs'l
^^^^^:^W0��^\'m')M'A.A .icu-olry
Mpm?2r'*~'^W$$$,--..v.oiir- wis,..- -Vou
Um-A: y fmM    ''Vu'  y����ir-:-v.ili.|i-
%^^^l^&JMi-^oy,ml'.H,iyf,.  ,1
(.'lock    Sliiiiiijiiitfi-.'
Siil.s.Cul,  (Il:iss-P&
Fancy Slerlinij Sil-
veru'iircal.-        '   '
Take 'notice : (.hub  I, -II.   IC.niw, fWxty H*/ 7
I'roindate,   iiil.oiitt: to/maken^plicntton tn-ta*   ;
-('hiel' Comiiiissioncr of   l.andu unit Work*.to   .
JHirebiiso 'l,he  folloiviiig. <l��sw-ibc(l >aritsl 'rf.'V
land :. .,-,- v.: .-   ,p-'   v ���-. ":;.������:. ��� ... -/.-'   ..-. .7   ��������� ��� 7.P/
.(���.'oiiimenciiiifiit.il ,-iiOHt- maritert B. Jt-Xli*^t ���
N'i',10.. conier pn-1. ���   l.iner.un.s soutti ��l(��a lk��   -
lino ol Cory Meiiliiniek':*; forlv-aiM'0 pnrcriB����
a-id beyond in Lli'nl/ dirccl-ifJii L'O cluing. tb'OTiM//
u-ovC-JO chains, Ihenc-.c nortih '-'ObliniiiR m��re.��r
less hi river liank. thi'.nc.e .following. mean*��r-p V
���injjs ol'Kisb'river lo iminl; of 'cotaniencomeiiih/.:
c.onlAinini' forty acres moio or lo����, on tTl�� task
Jiiiiik ofKish llivcvr.  ���-.-:
��� .'iCiiiiihiii-n'o. April 8l.li, IW)2. ;.'/-: 7   ,..���/':/;
"' E.'DIt-SW.,-!-
at i
A    by7,i
tb6t'i;_'h 'tho <-ci!'ir i-
..lid'hi.. ,-iiiii'Inil.ia- prif-.
reeir in ica s.
h-tt'.l  fi,,i-
c--'!v ir it-7-!ark
��� :���;7'in India,A\l
pp.'i.'dian. .'jiiici-ij
��� jfot.coiiiiii'-ii.'i'j.
du.-e.-btia-r mica. ��� Th
��� ���!: :!:���- cr-iitrary'ai���c..riitii<'.-r too Dan
���Pctrica! uses ;ind a/lind -color- im- glax-
ih'.', as ii happens, that ii -^rceui.-lV
lin^e slicks to ilK-iu'and, is.pr-reejitlbl.'
��� -vi-n'in thin sheers: nnd a^ain, it lias
i;-.-en.;'(ipnil .. liiiiV/rtfiualr.-Iy' I hiit \\ hj-ii
,ui:oiind th.-y^ive   ,i   Hour deficient iu
��� Jiistre, so   as   to   be . unlit ted. for this
'. purpose; tlyiy arc,'therefore, of.inferior
��� v.i 1 nop ' ',.'..'
���  ;-.-       -'"���     ,  7   'l>EFi*CrS.'/ .
Ojioin^ li'oy to  tlie,defects properlV
.-b(;;illcd.tlintLof. specks- and streiiks is
��� iwie/t-c,.. which'biotite  is.jieculiarly sub-
. j'!''1-.   '|- . .-C'liietiines'   occurs   lit'er���'ily
1 u'ed with bl.-iek dots, consisting-'iii
general of black oxide of. iron er jra'rnet
.iind when even a feu- of i.b!;.-c art' prep
sent its commercial value is destroyed',
because such , mica' when used its an.
insulator is peculiarly liable to pimc-
tijra, the .-pecks forming, jinicticallv
, -Jiort circuits for the eleciric current.
The same it true of streaks, Which are
-ometime- turned to red rust. ,Striin<-c
.ireai.'sin the iirrangemeiit of the streaks
liavebc'en observed, ns for instaiice
where ablock way ,},;,!" wi,itf; ;,,,d j,.,if
black, the margins -bein^ shiirplyde-
liiieri   by   .;,     j-triiigb'.    line   running
-f'lfe, libt'el -building' is
ii'llibi'i-iie:   .',  , ������'
���few .perPii/l'iibtU']^,.";
ip/-:'wPU-i! 1-i/rM'Vv'-   -,.
1 !i:P!v ill /, :i 7  (-:i In l.,i I'ch'.
rnv.-d a:- .-[:i-ti���-��� "
.co' be-e.feet eel !
.���,lr>':'v}ie.!lier"t.hi.:'.i'Of-i'ira'ct' bad jv
been b-i t.i,i',ii/i,,.Ka'iii)'i>o[!s.,iiinii..a.-ysvat'-dvi
Aiv.,;l f-Hfpv:p;-sur'Vl'. ip-:' ihe ���r(;poi,l:.,iy.a'A.j
A,dyei-| rvviiienl:-.   under   (ins lieadm;.
'.Vi'l   be -.i ,:it 11 ki :cii ;ti   miii- .7
e-piiiil.isiieil ni. one cent per wqp
r witiipi.in'.er.
v-i c!.-:.
y li,-:* be-
I rail    re-
��� r.;
s II.'lll
lias gene lo I rodt.
iid   ���on, the Oddfel-
��� i.ii'i
, -t ;,,!<! <
tin. -l.fig..:I.Jen(.
-traliic:" ���
\V. Abr:ihamso
I.iike to piit in  ii
.lows flail there. ��� , . .--    /
K'amloops ��� bicrosse men have chili
lenged Ifevelstoki: ton. maicli at. Cor
onatioii' cejebratiiiii':-      .     '.'    ���' ���-'       '������.j
Poipiette, the N'otch H ill -murderer, j
��� lias been 'sentenced to be hanged al, i
l\iimloo|is on June ;{r(|. .; .'���������'!
The (Miy/aiiincil iiivile lenViers for ���
const.riictioii of Vadi-walks Teiider.- '
close at noon on l-'ridnv.       -.-���'.-.I
'������ Ha^CL
vc/iP'Sip :ii .7
n-incvc'tivoltc! -it 7 n, (n.'ds
iy. ee p t i n,',; t h ;i '��� 'j ti r. r!:; y
pc>.*.;, ;0..;j.?r,. b;v S.'i'tsiVfirt.V -
A k. ^h-y:..: ���:���  f '.p.\\ ,c.j. ?:���
-,/���'/-������-.������ \V\WV| j'':-
A'Ml  X^a/MX-AAj
.'���'"   AyAyylA. AA  X   A -A ���
i \\
'A apr
.'. il ../ -
at .i.iliiee (if
��� ���i.u-r.
l!o.'P|.-,::iil..    .Vc!,:in.'
N'al-ns;, , llriily. :
Iircr   I'ai-k,' laiiUei,
Trent.' Lake.    i-'civo.".ei,.
lVi.:dne.-fl:i.y;iinil. l-'rirluy.
I\"A.':' .
--.ir. i-rin'i,.--'
:..:p', .-'���iii<i':.y.
' I t.i ley
; !;,
' iili).i;ili\
'-.-' ri! - si;i -jPlie
:?i.di I ;���'���,-, I.' /iii..-
(���rjnPing ohivi
si'i'ir.t'I--, lie'  -j-
i oiir'-.iM'pe.r
'"il'lV.."!.'.? lies')
lor . vhiI'iii,
priiitedv for
-.' i JO'i I'N'AY
(iiir - iiew
e liia-.-il ever
Mai i,
���piail'd into iliiv.ciiy fur this class
/���fl oii
mi exi-olJenl
' ,.'L..
Eastor-n Mails Clo'so at 7 am.
Western Malls Closoat, 16:40.
.'.A. McHAE,'-Pbs'.TJiasl.or
-;-iin.i.ii-dp i-o market. -Htocl;
mtpi' iiPiiiv' can -he' hud at
Pen.    .I'ii/   p:ii-t.iiai!ars,apply
.) 'I!
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. v- .'-.vj*. ��� ���... .
������?%.$.;,���+,���<;���������������;��� ,..."
Tender's for Sidev/alk Construction.
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