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 -*    a,-.,    ;':<.  1; ' ? f,- CJ i. _--\    ' i"  V\     ', ' -if"-   /  ^'V*-'^*, ���������'.-YV7  V ' I :/' ��������� - ' ',--    \J&  Vol. 1.���������No. 30.  REVELSTOKE, "YOST KOOTENAY, B.C., NOVEMBER .3, 1894.  $2.00 a Year.  To Miners and Prospectors.  It is our dc-irc to have UiC'M aii. known far  and wide as a reliable A 1 mining paper. To  thi.s end we ask the help of all prospectors and  milling men who have the interest of the North  Hiding of West ICootrnny at heart. It is in  your power to give lis very material help by  sending in scraps of mining news w-Jiich would  otherwise remain unpublished. Kvery item, no  matter how trivia! it may appear to you, will bo  ' acceptable. If you have no pen, write with a.  pencil; if no paper, just, tick it down on a piece  of birch bark. If you arc out of .stamps send it  all the ivinie, we'll attend to that. Never mind  grammatical compositions, flowing language, or  elegant handwriting, just send lit, Llie facts;  well do the rest. We ask only one thing: Do  not exaggerate.  No. 15 A.F.&A.M.  f.        Kootenay Lqclg-e  * ^Tlicregnlarmeetings  are held in tho *\Ias-  0iiicTcinpIe,13ouriie'.s   Hull,   on   the   third  ssJiorirtii)- ��������� in each  'month at S p. in.  Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.  rEMPLK. Skchctauv.  r i\���������  i -L -  KEVELSTOKE   LODGE, ' I. O. O. F.  Regular meetings are held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  Thuisilay night at eight  /clock. ��������� Vinuing brothers  cordially welcomed.  J. I. WOODltOW, Six.  GUY  BARBER,    -  WATCH3IAKEK. AKB JEWSiLER.   ''  Repairing Neatly St Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  r. s. wIlsqnT"  M E R C H A N T   T'A 1 L p R",  Revelstoke Station..  First-class Material kept in stock and  First-class Workmen employed.  General Blacksmith.   ���������>  HELP WANTED!  WANTED���������ACTIVK, IiONKST 6n.NTI.EMAX OR  Lady, to travel, representing established, reliable house. Salary ������������,) monthly aijd traveling  expenses, with increase if suited. Knclo.se reference and self-addressed .stamped envelope.  ���������   THK DOMINION,  SpS ��������� 317 Omaha Building, Chicago.  A GREAT BARGAIN!  , FOR SALE,  rpiIAT KINK, WKLL-niJIIvT, COMMODIOUS  JL    HOTKL, KNOWN AS     '  ,    THE, LARDEAU   HOTEL',  situated on the Northeast Arm. Upper Arrow  Uike, built last, year str u cost of "C'.ddd; also all  ,tlio lirst-ciass,FU(tNITUIt]C contained in the  building and pin chased last vear in Vaiicou\er  -rifcii-^sst-of $l,i(Kl; and tlio LO'J'.S on uhich the  premise... sinml, for which the sum of $'7.-, was  paid; the total value offered being .J.1.07.'. The  owner will sell for SI.IWU cash.���������.\pplv M.ui.  Ollice, Itovi-lsUike, H.V.     " ' 2_'.Slw  Notice of Application for Certificate of  Improvements.  - '   ���������   SU.VKIt CTJJ* jriNKlSAL CLAIM.'  rilAKK NOTK'I'Mliat I, Chakixs Ho'i.tex.  J.' Agent, for the above claim, free miner's  cert ilk-ate No. III70S, intend, .sixty days from the  date hereof, lo apply to the Gold Commi.-nioncr  for a, cortilicale of improvements, for the purpose ol obtaining a Crown grant lor the above  claim. ' '     ,  And furllicr take notice, lliat adverse claims  must be .sent to the Mining Kcconlcrtind action  commenced before the issii.ince of such ceriifi  eate of improvements.  Dated this lath day of August, 1S91.   ���������  GEORGE    TERRYBERRY,  RE VET-STOKE,' B.C.  All placer claims in .this District,  legally heldinay bo laid over from the  I5th Octolier,- JS!) ',.to the 1st Juno, 1805.  ,' (   ���������      N.' FiTZHTUBBS,  ��������� Gold Commissioner.'  Dated at Nelson, B.C.,     '"  '.     ' '1th October, LSI)I.  'Repairs to Wagons, cStc.'  Shoeing  :i Specialty.  \J. K. WILS0N;& CO.,  BOOT AND SHOEMAKERS,  FRONT- STREET, REVELSTOKE  (One door west of Courthouse.)  HEPAIItS NEATLY  & I-UOMPTLY HONE.  i*kici:s' Moiii.u.vn-..  ;/'  FURNITURE,  Doors, Sashes & Blinds.  R. HOWSON,  '   * REVSLSTOIiE.  COFFINS  CARRIED  IN  STOCK.  NOTICE.  A    SITTIN'U of thu County Court will  _X3_    hi*    hold   ,*it   t.ho   Court   House,  Revelstoke, on Friduv, November 23rd,  1S3I, .-it 10 o'clock a.n'u '  Bv order. ,,  "     ���������  .   .J. KIRK UP,      .  llryistrar County Court.  Revelstoke, .13.0., Oct. 20th, 1K!H.���������  %    AdiiXT roil singi.i: sKWi.vu .m.-.Ci-iixi.s.  L_,^k._ EEETZ,  0 -    '    BUILDER.,   '  -  Will 'figure oil, all. kinds of  Buildings ; all kinds of House,  Store and Ojjice -��������� Furniture repaired or made to order; all  kinds* of Shopioork in my line  neatly and pro nipt ly. executed by  skilled, and experienced hand.  The Busli to'Coolgardie Goldfields.  f  Phenomenal Yield of some Claims.  The steamer Alameda, which arrived  at San Francisco last Friday, brought  only three- steerage passengers from  Australia. This was owing to the fact  that everybody was on the rush to the  goldfields of Western Australia at Oool-  gardie. "While the steamer was in Sydney harbor over a thousand miners  arrived from the New Zealand gold-  fields, en route for the new eldorado.  Some of the finds are phenomenal, and  in one instance four cuts of rock  yield-id a"**, oz. of-gold. The Londonderry claim, one of'the best discoveries,  was sold to an English syndicate, just  before the steamer sailed, for ������lo0,000.  An old-timer stated that tlie new gold-  fields were every bit as rich as they  were reported to be, and they would  rival the days of '!!). The scarcity of  water was the great drawback.  The,, following is an extract from a  private letter just'received in RoveL  stoke from a resident of Perth, the  metropolis of AVestern Australia :  "Tr-aflic is very heavy now,'and has  been-for a long  time past,  over the  Yili'arn Railway���������the road to the gold-  fields.    .Hundreds,  of 'passengers arc  making their way to the fields, and as  there is no natural provision therejfoc  their maintenance,  tons and tons of  goods  have to  be  sent  up   from  the  towns and .villages for their support;  hence  the  ti-ai'lic.   ' 1 .went up  to the  head 'of   the line (Souchern Cross) on  Monday and came back again on Thursday.    It is nil, very rough place, and I  wouldn't car.; to reside there. Thegold-  lieldsiare exciting great attention from  the outside world just  now, aud tho  influx of population'is  very great iii  consequence.    Development*; would be  speedy if  we had a plentiful supply of  water, but. unfortunately we have, not:  on the contrary, it is very scarce ; and  I fear that unless we have a downpour  shortly a large number of those now  on the fields will have to return whence  they came.   They cannot possibly remain there and live.  Some of the finds  reported lately aro simply phenomenal.  One of   the latest,   "The  Wealth   of  Nations," paid a. dividend a few days  ago of ������1,<H)0 a share.'' and it has  been  discovered only a'oout a month.   I wish  1 held a'share'in it." ,      ������  U. S. POSTAL CHANGES.  '     TABLE  i  Showing t lie Dotes und Placer, of Con rls  of Assize, Nisi Priits, and Oyer and  Terminer, (ind. General Gaol Delivery for the year LI'.U...  ''Nelson....  * Donald...  Clinton.. ..  Richfield ..  Kaiul'i.'ps .'  Vernon   Lvtton   New Westminster. .  Vancouver.  Victoria .  Nanaimo...  Fai-i. Assiziiri.  . .Monday.. 10th September-  . Jlo.idav. .17th September  . .Tliurs(l.-iy.2qi'h Se.ptember  . .Monday. .2-l'th September  . .Monday. .1st October  . .Monday. .8th October  ..Friday*. ..12th October  THE  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  TO   j\.\'IK FItOM  All Eastern Points.  Through l-'lrstCl.  ilcc|iiii(; Curs <o  without (.-limine.  .Tuesday, .(ith November  .Monday. .12th November  .Tuesday. .20fh November  .Tuesday.'.27th November  "Special Assizes adjourned from the  Spring  by  Mr. Justice   Walkem and  now Mxed for these dates.  A. McNEIL, '  BAKEEIt SHOP AND 3ATH ROOM,  *    Front .Street, Revelstoke. t  1 am now ofl'ei ing 0 shaving tickets for  $1.00. '_ I [a ircut for 2*5e.   . And  ������������������/ a bath for 2.1c.  .     W. A. JOWETT,  MINIKG AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,  NELSON, B. c;  .   _ ...  *,*. tileoiiiii}*: Oil-**.iiiul Touriit  Slc-c|iiu(; Curs <o .St. I'mil, ZVIonti-oxiliitiil Toronto  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  Atliintic IC.vjn-c-.ri Hi-rives  l-nuilli*  fl:l.")(liiilv.  Hi:-'."    "  For full iiifiii'iii.itifiii as to rnti's, Lime, eto.,  apply lo '  I. T.   I'l-ewsd'i-,  Agent, Revelsloke.  GKO. jMcL. llltOWN",  Di.sti-ict, i'.lSsciiKi'i" ^Kcnt, '    '  V.uitoiivif, Ii. C.  .i  Lardeau 6c Slocan Prospects Wanted.  JOHN SHAW,  BRICKLAYER.  REVELSTOKE; B.C.  CHIMNEYS A SPECIALTY.  Canada Mails to be Treated as Domestic,  The U. >S. Po'stinastoi--Goii(������ral ha-^  amended tho postal regulafions in regard to mails- intended0 for Canada.  Articles of mail matter for Canada are  classified and .admitted to the mails at  the same rate 'of postage and in all  respects according to the domestic reg"  illations of the 'United .States and  cerUiin mails from Canada will be  received and delivered .as domestic  mails. Prepayment of postage is in all  eases obligatory. '���������Commercial papers"  and "samples of merchandise" are exchanged by mail between the. United  States and Canada ao the postage rate  and under the conditions' applicable lo  similar tit tides in the mails exchanged  between theUnitedStatesandcountries  of the universal postal union generally.  Sealed packages, other than letters in  the usual ,and ordinary form', are not  allowed'- to be dispatched to Canada,  even if postage is- prepaid thereon in  full at letter rate. Should any article  be tendered for mailing at a post office  in the United States, obviously with tlie  intent to evade the higher postage rate  applicable to it in Canada, it must be  refused unless payment be made of  such higher rate. Postmasters on the  Canadian bolder and all offices 'near  Canada are especially enjoined to carefully ob&erve this provision.  I       THE LISTOWEL MURDER.  ' The man Chattell, who was arrested  for the horrible murder and mutilation  of Jessie Keith near Listowel, Ont., has  confessed, lie told how he had met  the girl on the railway track ; that she  resisted and was too strong for him,  and, after a struggle, he hit her on the'  head with a stone, rendering her insensible. The, man then continued: "I  then half-carried, half-supported' her  across the field to the bush, where I  cut,, her throat and inllictecl other  wounds." _    -      (  " What did you do with the part;-; of  the body you removed ?"  "I buried them in a field, near where  the valise was found. I can't describe  the place exactly, but if a bloodhound  was put on the scent it would Iind  them. After I found J could not accomplish my purpose I became maddened and do not know what followed/'  " Why did you strip the body?" ''  "I don't know."  ' Chaiti-ll, who was taken to Stratford  goal after the coroner's jury found him  guiltj* of inurdei-, was very sullen and  refused to talk, llis'adinis-rion in court  that he killed .the Keith girl, will not,  hasten the trial, which will not take  place till spring.  1 While Chattel! was being taken back  *to* Str-aLfoi-d, after the magistrates''  court, a determined.'eii'ort-was made  by a mob to capture and' lynch him.  Stones were thrown and the constables  were compelled to draw their revolvers.  ' The popular theory at Stratford is  that Chattel!'is "Jack the Ripper." Jlis  photograph has-been sent (o the London authorities for identification bv  one oi the women who came through  the Kipper's hands alive.  Chattell is a native of St. Ilyacinthe,  Que., and has relatives there who are  very respectable people. He is 60 years  of age and his  victim was 14.   '  THINGS SAID AND DONE ABOUT  TOWN.  [BV   DIOGENES.]  I see the trustees of the Methodist  church are having a brick chimney pub  in in place of the dangerous stove pipe.  I suppose it is only the cost which prevents every house owner in town following this example. In our cedar-  built dwellings the danger of the stovepipe is greatly mitigated by the use of  brick' chimneys. The soot gathers on  the iron pipes'and zinc chimneys, and  i.s readily ignited'by'sparks. It does  not take more than two minutes for  the metal to get red hot, and of course  i,h'* danger of fire becomes imminent.  With a good bricklayer in town it  would be advisable for all those who  can afford it io have brick chimneys  inserted as soon as possible, winter  being the time for red-hot stovepipes  and conflagrations. .  , -       *  * * '  I see our worthy assayer has added  another to his already long list of professions and accomplishments���������that of  auctioneer. He comported himself  bravely.in the face of the large crowd  that assembled at the cattle sale on  Monday at Miss Swift's ranch. Although only two animals were sold it  is said the auctioneer establishecLquite  a name for himself in that line of���������busi-  ne������s, and another "long-felt want" has  thus been filled. An auctioneer's ad.  would look well in the Mail.  -, Diphtheria Epidemic in Illinois.  - Diphtheria is raging in Illinois, opposite Caseyville, I1*, v., and eoiftiis can'  hardly be furnished i'.'i.-it enough to bury  the, dead. Forty deaths have occurred  within tin* week. The plague; Ms now  ci'or-se'.! ciie Ohio River and is'epidemic  at Caseyvillo and Mtiifoi-dtown. having  been brought {hither by families from  Illinois, fleeing from its ravages. A  number of dangerous ca^es*: aro developing the:-.; and all I he-schools,have-been  close,!.' Aiming the few recoveries  noted (he victims   have been left blind  oi- paralv/.cd.  *      <��������� -'  *   *u  , Impending-. * . ��������� *  Thei e.'s one'unpleasaht thought  Keeps passing to and fro��������� '  The time is near at liaud  When we'll have to shovel snow.  GENERAL NEWS.  Careless Parents���������Poisoned   Children.  BRICKS FOR SALE.  Orders left with .Mr. Stone, .Stockholm  J Louse, will he promptly attended to.  The two children of James Lenehan  'died at Yonkers, N.Y., on Sunday, as  a result of eating rough on rats. They  were a boy and a girl. The I105- was  two years old and tlie girl was four.  While playing about the house they  came across a box containing the  poison. They opened the box, find the  girl, getting a spoon, fed a quantity of  poison to the smaller child and ate.  sonic* of it herself. They were discovered hefpre.Uiey finished their fatal  meal and medical aid was sought, but  they had taken too much of the poison  to render it of avail.  Winnipeg lias nn epidemic of typhoid fever. Most of Lho deaths have  been those of young men.  Premier Davie left Toronto Wednesday , night for home. ��������� Pie is hopeful  that the land question will be favorably settled, but,, refused to say anything definite. ,  The Governor-General was conveyed  from Vancouver to the capital by the  flagship IT.M.S. Itoyal Arthur, which  arrived at the former port last, Monday  afternoon for that purpose.',  Alonzo P. Eddy and hi.s wife and  two children were driving across the  Erie trucks at Jameston, JST. _Y., near  Watt's Flats, when tlie.y were struck  by the Chicago limited and all four  were killed. f  James .Baldwin, charged with an outrage on ji four-year-old child near Alexandria Bay, Brqckville, Out., was captured last Saturday near Sliarleston  Lake. He consented' to return to .the  authorities.  People on the coast, will reap . the  benefit of a passenger rate war between  the Canadian Pacific and the American  transcontinental lines. Tt makes no  difierence to us, however. We are beyond all reach of competitive prices.  On .Monday last the shareholders of  the Beaver line .steamship -company  ��������� held ii meeting to consider what was to  be done, as their steamships are not  paying owing to the depression. It  was decided to wind up the. aflairs of  the company.  COPYRIGHTS,  ���������    CAN I OBTAIN  A   PATENT?    For a  Srotnpt anniror niut un honest opinion, wrilo to  IUNN &, CO., wlio linvo Iind nearly llfty yoari>'  experience In tlio -intent business. Coiiiniiinjca-  tioiiB strictly confidential. A 111111 illmok of Information conccrnlnii I'arc-nln unit liow to obtain tbem sent free. Alao .1 cataloguo of mechanical and nclentldc books mnt free.  Patent*) tnlten tlirouch Jliiiin & Co. rccelvo  special notice In tho Sciciitillc Aiticricmi, and  thus aro broiiuht widely bcrorotlio pnbllawithout cost to tho Inventor. This niilondlil pniicr.  Iiwucd weakly, olecnutly illunt rated, baa by fiir tlio  largest <>irculatlon of any acionLlllc work In tho  world,   ff'.i a year.   Snmpli* coplon iient free.  Jlulldliu; Kditlon, monthly, tiJQn vonr. Klnnlr  copies,-������.1 cents. Kvery number coiHulns beautiful platos, In coIoih, and phol ocniphH of new  lioimcH. with plans, onubllnii bulldcra to nhow the  laliiHt. iIi'sIkiih and secure contra.-H.   Adc-vis  JHUjNN & Co.. Nj;iv Yoinc. .'Mil   'd'-.'.i.,,-  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ROYAL MAIi. LINKS.  CHEAPEST irouto'to tlie OX.O  ]"l-oiKiM-'d .Siiiliii-;--  AUAN  OTjNTRY.  from .Uoiiiic.il.  1.1X1  ;i  JO  Xc-iriuiA;,' Nov.  I'AltlSIAN Nov.  ilONliOLIAX      Nov.  DOMINION  JjINtJ.  ToitoNTO Oct.  Va.ncouvkk., Nov.  OltlttiON    Nov  BRAVKU  LINK.  IjAKij Itiiiios Oct.  '21  IjAKI*:O.ntaiuo Oct.   HI  IjAK-ii Xin-ioo.v  Nov.   7  C-iiiin rfl.'i, ���������MO, >"(;(), ?7<), S'11 mid iipu-ird.-i  liitormediiUo $.10; -jlcoi-.i-^c- fi'il.  I'.iiiuiiKurs ticketed tlii-on*,'li  lo all  parts of  (iro.it 13riUii 11 and Ireland, and ul -pi-ciully low  rules to nil purli of tlio Kui*������ipe.iii 03111 liioiit.  Apply liJiiciii(*t.l.--tt'U!ii*,li!pori-*iiI\\uj*n.*,'i!iit,to  I. T. EREWSTEU, Agent, Revelstoke,  (If   lO   I'OIH.CV   Ivl.llll.   (il'll.    I .l--''I';,'(T Ayeni.  H'irinljii-jv.  Reported Sale of Mines.  Reports have heen current in Winnipeg that a s\-1 alien to of ' 'inglisli  ciipitali.Ms had acquired tho .Snltara  and Ophir mines, two of tho hest, golri-  prodncinsr pi-operties in the Lake of  the ^.Vood.s disfci ict. Wnile no confirmation t.f tlie "-"ale can bo elicited  several intcre������tefl ii.-trtiis .-iclcriowledge  th.-it negotiations have been in progress  for some time. .    ,  Another of the Hall Bros. Dead.  Hi  Awarded    ,  rhes-t Honors���������World's   Fair  Thomas Hall,    aged Ii",,   wns  found  dead one morning la>t week in a cattle  guard on the Spokane it Northern Ry.,  one mile north of Colville. lie evidently  slipped   on  the  wet scantling and the I  fall liroko his neck.    Deceased was one  of the discoverers of  the famous Hall 1  11 line--: on Toad  .Mountain  .-ind  was re- |  puled to he '.\oilli '������������������."S.OIjtJ. I  MOST PERFECT  MADE.  A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.   Free  from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.  40 YEARS THE STANDARD,,  Two poor, forlorn little calves, homeless and ownerless,' who had been wan-  deKng about tin-* back lanes iind cabbage gardens of the lower town for a  considerable portion of  their brief existence, essaying to'get a morsel oif the  numerous tin cans and old shoes planted  there, cast upon  the wide world at a  time when they most needed* the fostering care of, some   motherly hand,  have at last found a peaceful haven  under the sheltering harnroof of Billy  Fli-mming.   'Tliey wore "gathered in,"  for unconsciously  dining oif a pansy  lied and reposing on a bed of .blooming  chrysanthemums.    Father and mother  they r-c\er knew, but it was generally  believed that they had an owner.   He  was vainly sought.  The reputed owner  repudiated" them ! '   In-their  distress  and misery he knew them not; neither  did he visit them during.their captivity.-  But fortli from-the obscurity..and imir--  kiiiess  behind   which  he   had  hidden  himself   he   dispatched   an   envoy   to  treat for their release. But the envoy's  mission failed ; he would not "put up"  dimes enough  to  pay for the pansies  eaten and the chrysanthemums put to  sleep : and so the poor innocents were  left to their fate.    And such a fate!  On  Monday last 'they were knocked  down under the hammer���������to the highest bidder!    They fetched .$S.50, out of  which   had   to   be   taken auctioneer's  fees, advertising, keep for twelve days,  and damages���������for pansies and chrysanthemums are scarce at this time of the  year.   Meanwhile the one-time owner  is shaking hands with himself at his  luck  in  being relieved of an encumbrance without any trouble on his part.  I  must confess  that very few would  have thought of such a successful plan.  I don't know  how the   law stands  with regard to boys carrying firearms,  butd think it so dangerous a practice  and so conducive to the abrupt termination of some young life'that I would  like tii ask   the chief constable  if he  cannot scrape up law enough to deprive  mui-Ii-' urchins of their weapons before  somebody has been shot.   It looks very  dangerous  to see a schoolboy flourishing a loaded revolver amongst his companions.   A certain'lad about 12 01 13  years of age is the possessor of a revolver, and appears to have no hick of  cartridges to fill it with.   A boy of that  age may im'derstaml fill about, firearms,  but it can hardly be  expected that he  would have wisdom enough to forbear  pointing the weapon against a bigger  opponent,   or  in a fit of passion at a  quarrelsome companion, nod before he  realizes .what he is doing the trigger  may be touched and the bullet sped on  its  fatal  errand.     Then  there   is  the  probability of carelessness to be  taken  into account.    If there is a iaw against  carrying loaded weapons  it should he  enforced  in   this   case.'   After  somebody's child has been shot it will matter very little to the bereaved parents  whether the revolver be taken away or  whether  the  lad   makes  a   target   of  somebody else's child.   The following  is from a Sail I'Vancisco paper :  "lingerie Mcnesini, a boy 10 years old  who had been for some time employed  in the butcher shop at the noriheast  corner of Stockton street and Broadway, created a great sensation on Monday morning by attempting to kill the  proprietor and one of the clerks, and  by ending his own life. Menesini's  bullet", excepting the one which killed  him, went wide of the mat k, but this  appears to be because his aim wa's poor  aud not because, there was any lack of  malice. The boy had 'neon discharged,  aud he fried his best to square matters  by attempting to murder those who  had offended him."  ��������� ' MINERS LOSE THEIR^CLAIMS.  Were on the Colville Reservation Instead of in British Columbia.  The recent survey of the international  boundary line north of Spokane hy the  British Columbia authorities, discloses  the fact that 12 mining claims owned  by   Chris   Kiiulfcon   and   others,   arft  situated on the  Indian' reservation in.  the United-States.   The claims were  located in good faith and, recorded jin1  British Columbia under the belief that  they   were    over    the    line.'    Work  amounting  to about $1,000 has been  done on  the properties, including the  Sunset, which was showing  up exceptionally promising.,   A*? soon   as the  miners ascertained that' they were on  the  reservation   they quit  work and  abandoned  the camp.     Whether the '  Government will  afford  them   pro tec- '  tion  i.s   extremely doubtful, but it is  understood that  they will  remain  iu  the vicinity of the line until the reservation is opened, with the view of taking possession and defending the properties  hy force  in the'event of interference   by  jumpers.���������Spolcesman-Ite-  vicio. , ' ,,  m *>i  'Another Ocean Record.  The steamship Lueania, -which arrived -it New York last Friday from  Queenstown,' covered the- journey 'in  5 days, 7 hours and 2.3 minutes, beating  all previous records by 25 minutes.  The Lueania still holds the easterly "  record made on' her voyage finished '  Sept. 1*1, in 5 days, S hours and 38  minutes, which.was her exact time also  for thie westerly record.  Recent voyages  by tho  two  Cufmrd  steamships,   Campania   and   Lueania,  plying between New York and Liver-,  pool,  establish   theii-A records   as   the   '  fastest vessels of their class now afloat.  The mean speed of the Campania has    ,  been 21*5 knots  per hour and tlie Lueania "21'C5  knots.     Tiie Lueania has  made 555 miles in'21 hours, being the  highest known speed for that .period, -  and equivalent to 22J knots per hour.  The round  voyage of 5,508, miles-has  been made by the Campania in 10 days,  20 hours iind '11  minutes0.,   These are  remarkable   performances,- and showe.  how thoroughly strong and excellent  the vessels mush bo in  hulls and, ma- ,  chinery.   These ships are  the greatest  speeders iind the greatest, coal consumer's of any of the. Atlantic fleet.- -  Sir John Thompson left Ottawa ou  Monday for England, accompanied by  Senator Stanford. \  [L.S.]      K. DEWDNEY.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of  ''the United Kingdom of Great  Britain and Ireland, Queen, De-,  fender of the Faith, &c, itc, <fcc.  To Our faithful the Mem hers elected to\  serve in the Legislative Assembly  of Our Province of British Columbia  at Our City of Victoria���������������������������G HE1JTINQ.  *   ���������A PROCLAMATION.  Thkodoke Davie, \ "TTTlIEREAS,'  Attorney-General. ,/ ,W We are  desirous and resolved, as soon as'may  be, to meet Our people of Our Province  .of British Columbia, and to have their  advice in Our Legislature: . ���������"'  NOW KNOW  YE,  that for divers  causes and considerations, and  taking .  into consideration   the'ease and  convenience of  Our loving subjects, We  have thought fit, by and  with the advice of Our Executive Council  of the  ���������  Province of British Columbia, to hereby convoke, and by these  presents enjoin you, and each of you, that on Monday, the Twelfth day of the month, of ,  November, one thousand eight hundred  and   ninotv-four. you meet Us in Our  said Legislature or Parliament of Our  said Province, at our City of Victoria,  FO R TI r E DISP ATC11 OF B US INESS,'  to treat, do, act, and conclude upon  .those things which in Our Legislature  of the Province of British Columbia,-  by the Common Council of Our said  Province may, by the favour of God,  be ordained.  In* Testimony Wiibheof, We liave  caused   these  Our Letters  to'he  made Patent and the  Great Scid ���������  of the said Province  to  be  hereunto   aflixcd :    ' \Vitnesk,    the  Honourable   Eik-aji   Dewoney.  Lieutenant-Governor of Our said  Province of l'r-iii.~)i  Columbia, iu .  Our City of Victoiia, in Our said  Province,    thi.s   Twcnty-si'vciilh  ,  day of September, in   tiie year of  Our  Lorn   one*   thousand,   eight  hundred and   ninety four, and in  the fifty-eighth vein*of Our reign.  By Command.  JAM EH BAKER,  Provincial Secretary.  (Continued, ou paije.l.J  Koro CTTttEB  hnve been effected by vci7  ' i--��������������������������������������� Truanea. -with  poi-fect oaflo to wearar, than by all other  il<*virr������cuiiiliii������rd. They letninlarsest  Rupture w.'cler noverost strain. Aays-  tom of flttlnRhas boon perfected the  InHtas yearn, fully equal topersonal  examination hr mnll. 87 ra  toovorcomo  III liooKfroe  rn,tnuii ruiTFE,  lSilUasf SLV7..Toronto. v;':  o  ^bc1kooicnf!?fItef?  One iiitJi. li-.!- i iDiitli  Two 'iiilic-*. i".i jiv-hIii.  INTVAIMAill-Y is A!)v\xn-:. _    r  One V* .sr         * ������������������?���������_���������_"!  '  Six Months    ..    ,.  1 '.-���������  Tin-Le.M'.iUti-.      ..r    ������������������ ������������������ ." ���������"  A^VERTriV/NW "iATSS.       1 .'in  ���������2 CO  '      . (. CH  Sriocii'������l oontr.i'.l-, for l.i'V'J .i'l. -1 (I-.-'.-.-.i'i'j  Al',  bill-, 'or .nU-Sji-ti-iiij-r due ll-e  I-*, of (���������"���������'.  inoiilh.  Qu.u.1: .'ii'i euro.*'! j-.'lVi.'-u ���������' in.-nN i.oi  v...ii<((l.  TV"  M'li. ;-  pniil'd ��������� m-i->   "I'lird.^   M.,.Y>i'v.,'  fur"'hi 1!  ���������*<  '!i,ki'rii'i'iii,:.'-. i'H..-.-!i.<iK <--"���������  LimUi'l, hy    '  '       FY. W. NC7THE .',  .i!..i*iv'i-& iMimi,  Tn T.tu-ni .:'il < -.'pifiiitiu 'I i"ii- sii'iii'd in  :i'ldix--(-(3.  RATunDA"4 xovioj!;������������������:!��������� 3,V'i*  f.i I,,- *-(>: - i>n  Fnr-.i  *���������-r." 1      "'J:.-* "'*-  ; ,'"- .������-,   i*-;*.  --   'ii'*  -(in.* a iioi'li* ���������;���������"   n-  I a,.( .    , -   ! .:. ii- . -   i;   n:i<*  <'!   ih*   !���������'"'  in i*-i(* !��������� ���������"���������!>':.   Tin' v.'.riN a-'i 1 tvilhia  ,*-,,'���������'   il-'i*--.���������"*..!   rt   \ a. ni'-hi.i   .'-".'!,  .'r'i1  n    v i!."iiii.<; i-:-.* bem 1 lid throy.:!���������������������������.������'..  ��������� T'"   f .i*. irg. *n(, il   ������v.i~ i' *.'..l<-.\ *.; ;i,-c-- -  -, ,    >     !���������-.-  :,'i    1- ' l-t ���������'   (!V1-.'*I'-.-,  .V.Kili'"'!' ('������ i'i.'ii.'C 'j'.''   h-i'-.il'e.:^ i*. or;  r' i- .->-,. ,.;���������', t.'-n.i ;-- mi* fi::.- iii--v ���������*!-.'���������  !ii"i i'l'-'ii'jri'ddeil to ill-* Ccnti.d I.Nc-1  I,m- the rr'opi'-h ,-���������*. >l.''^s'-.,.\'iiv.!>*i.i>-  =on iiio'i. The- iMiiex i-.- two *���������������������������-.'cy.  .'.rid coTil-ii'iis eijht rooiii.-, i-iciu.I^ig  .*,l"cpiin; !i]Mi,i,iiiini'.. baib-rooin, w.'Mw  lo'i-.n, etc.. .Mid -.Ahen ������>.r_.iM(-.l will  in 'iso thi-5; lioslelr-y one of t'".- leaf a])-  poiin.*.! hotels in tin* ���������."'���������.ti-U-l. ������  ���������   THE I'ltTTiSii VACLFiU VufK.  Ouh member '< how in the capita!,  v.-lrere lie will, ori'llif l".li i:;-'., i*i]-<>  lii.s seal inirn- Legi^!.'ii.i ve A^-.-i'ubly -'������������������'.  . do hi:*, shaic in tiu* \n,i*k of ii.rs-.in'4 or  rejecting such .h'kw-uiv*. a't will cdiiii.t  up foi '1*i������ci!'*.Vi<.n��������� There  doubt, in the niiij'isoi' ni'i .  the quc-Ni Lin W ftii.irinitf''i'l.'i tiie i'.B"t-  of the liiitisli Pacific liailwax will U  fliictisied, t.!i."r l!(ivct-nm*-:i' J <��������� ��������� 11'U, '.;  is stated on reii dik aul lioiit..'pl("'i'' d  itself   to   bi-iti!,'  (!-,���������"��������� in.li-lPr toi  West-Kootoy'a Great M  \l'.'xi.  m*;-\   'ittic  , p.-.iplV'-.Ii.-.!  r>j. ������*..���������-  tlie next, sr-ssii  'I Ii'i-- p|i-d.ii'  .���������;- ."*>  "       .     '   i ��������� ���������>'.  'riven by any i *'f'* ���������"' iv-i'-nt <-ir><l.ii.i n  tlie  ZSliliiilan.d,   ainl uh'-f'if'f -.u'' w.v  , rcnlly Uie  c.i-.e  oriiii,-   isl."y!  *y' "'_  not in a position  in .-_.(.v.     \\ lr<-ii'('i   i>.  '.was or nut is 'luile hm-i t'���������������'���������>-!. '\'"_  have li. d.. willi tif' 'soiih' Ui(i'"M._"i'  West Kooliyiuy. 'S.o\\; puolic opiaiiiii  in tliif. disti-rot'ii'iiiv h.i\f cli tnged since  the election, and ilion. ngiiu, it m-V-'  not. and it \v.-ls wr-li known at th.il  time tliaftbo ^icat niajoiity ol' voteis  here were oppo-icd' to i,lie-(i(''Verniiieiu.  guaranteeing any bonds of  I be British  .Pacific Railway. While Air. Kellie  made no promise nor, gave any pledge  on thi.s marar, it i.s 'tlie general opinion' of his constituents 'that ho'will  oppose the Government iu any attempt  to pass such a measure. If Mr. Kellie  lias any doubts on the matter ho will  be'wise to consult'diis const".nenfs before voting one way or the other! ] Le  is not pledged to'support the Government through thick and   thin, ;mdjre  ' must be cognizant of the fact that Ids  district as a whole'was, and prohabiy  is,   opposed   to   the  scheme���������not  the  ���������building of'the railway, but the. guaranteeing of its bonds by the Government.' ������ *  GENERAL, J1ARDUPN ESS.  The scarcity of ready money in this  ' town , is most distressing. Business  men who have to pay a bill carrying  interest, sit" the bank may spend days  , in collecting, ��������� or trying to collect  enough to meet it, only to be able to  ��������� send a portion of-the money, and, al a  high rate of interest, get a- renewal for  the remainder, this" is a costly way  of doing business; but as nobody seems  to haye'any cash it is the only way in  which" business can be carried on. A  man going out ou a, collecting round  'feels sick before he starts, ;is he knows  pretty well what-the result will be.  'J Monev ought not to be so scarce, here.  There is plenty of it in the con nit y.  What 'is \hc cause of it all? AyM  what -we have staled bef(iM\ }<*g'i  prices for, everything drive people t",  'send away for all. 'hoy pusvibly cati:  and, as is well known, cash "iny-i iv  sent with the order, or tire gonds ul'.l  not arrive. Sending away .-ill 'th---ir  cash compels liicm to adfijij.'th."1 i-t-ciu  sjstem' for what liU-le they buy at  liome. What arc--wc airing t'i do  iibouL it 1  Two Railway Extensions Badly Needed.  The splendid -bov* ingol" Koi'teu.iy -  'riihiic.--. : s evid' m-eJ by the iiu;ii'-t''-u.-  sJiii'M"!'!- oi ovi' now pacing  thio,:*',1"!  i.'i". i'l .'.okc f'ir '.'r'l-ioii'-.. s.:,i h ci.-. in t Jn'  (Tn;i*-il Wl.inv,  i-iv-* 1-ui-yn- i'iiii. n  ! ihe u--.lr.;,t rem \-"ed IV.it'i  in the ;.r*n..i  mi-, in-,  oi tiii-- si'ctioti ot l!iil i.'il: C-.'ln*:i-  I ti.,i.   "'('lie <.iiii piu   has .������).)y .pi-:- '-";���������'.  I iiiciiced, and   (bci-e  v. ill   be ovi   !>!.���������;."ti  ! s'c'i - I'i'oiij-ln nattbi-. \ii.ti'*r.  !     'i'ii'    ilne.*   y������ ..!������������������������   I.h:ii   b.ivi    ( l'i|i--f'l  I sii,',*(���������. lie iii-j-t discovi'i-v of i-i-.*  in   tin'  I Ni,u.iu |i,no : ��������� er -jie-i'. i:> dev." !..ip:*)' >u  ! i-i*  i-ivimliIi'i'V   work, ti uo II iii'i*--' ''"  _, k-iowii   lh.it   ;r   -,i-i-.rt  m-ij". .1/  '������������������>  '.-*'   j  i mir-v"*. ."'iv y"i  ;"   l1"  '������������������.���������uu yo  -s i*,.' o, >  Mh"!i-I'si-t' 'iCi1: bn' th'*y have t i:c oi ('   ;  C'i'oi(g'i������������t ti bciri-.', in' s-ighi   ('> *,!���������������������������' i*>1-  I OM-ju-rs ('or.iii'i-nco  not   only to hi;, out  j (lioir last d'-iiar, l.-.ii io b������u lOWMioi-i-y,'  1  -o r.������ ;���������' Iv ;.'���������!(���������   U*   oiJC'.t   Up   tlich \������\i-  ���������      Hut wli.ii  lux.*- made   .'���������"!(������:riu i>*iii"s C;-  I ������������������-..ow-.-i.ve io develop ha-, been th-5 uller-  iir,b-"nce of^-oiu^  i'or  brinLjii'.'.'-  in   llie  j proper machinery iiml   tiie cxpensi- of  ' ji.icking    biipplic*.,     elc..^ o\er     Ion,!-',  stretches ofluislily-builttrails. Sfvi-ial  mines hnve had oie sackod  for a long  time,   awaiting    the    airiviil   of   the  N-ikusp ii Slocan  Jfailway to within a  reasonable distance : iind now that that  road  has  ivachcd  Three   Forks i-orue  he-ivy shipinents are being made  from  such splendid properties  as the riloc.-m  Star,   ilouiiLiiiu   Chief,   Idaho,  Alpha  and others,    liui there are many rich  ���������mines between Three Forks and lvaslo  \\hich can only be served .by the N. i-c  S. Tty.   being   exreiided   right on   to  Kootennv Lake.  Iilanv people on , the .western, or Arrow Lake, side* or the divide have an  objection to tlie railway being extended  lo'Kaslo. as it, would, in their opinion,  divert the ore traflic to the Kootenay  Lake and Bonner's Ferry route. .What  .of it? That road will be built sorrn?  day. Whv not now '*��������� It is not likely  that the uihie owners nearer Kaslo will  be content to go on packing ore out to  Throe Forks on horses or even in wagons. Besides, there is ore enough in  that strip of country to keep even more  than two routes in full running. We  believe that before this',time next year  the cud of tliC'N. it S. By. will not be  r.-u- dista'nt.i'rom Kootenay Lake. < ,  Another   necessity   in   the  best   interests; of the district is. the con tin ua-  'tion of the  Kevelstoke & Arrow Luke  Hailwav as far as Nakufip.   This would  give  continuous  rails''from  the  main  lino of th" C.B.R-. to  the  heart of the  miiiing'country, and' l educe the cost of  transportation"   considerably.   ��������� While  this'would ltt,-*scn tin- amount of work  ,  (lone at. this port in the shapo ol" transhipping ore- from trie si camera to the  car.-.' ii would be of \a-i   benciit   io I lie  mine mvi'i'i-. arid llu'di-liict at l.itge.  If  ihe  piopns-vd   railway  from _ the  "Soiiiu'iist Arm of Arrow Lake IoTh.u!  L-ike   li-ci-'U!'.-.'ti   le.rirlv   th.-   Linlc.'" |  mill'-)-  will   :������l    1 I-*   hi''*"  ���������'  ch nice *o j  ,-how  tir.t   tben- njim-.tr* a-   ri ii   ���������- ���������  [ lh'i-o   ot   tin:   ^l"f-U>.      '���������"*.   (,b.!.rl''r   i"r >  I bui^lin-iii i.-iiiway bftwc.-ii ibi -������������������ p'.mt- I  i w-I: i.o .ipplii u i'i rat   ; n-   ioriiiUJimng ���������  j -"-b*ico of :li>-  L^-:-'':ii:'i-.\    '���������������.'*    !������������������    '->'  ' know who the  promo' i'l*- ;'i'.*. ;.;*' tt .-  pos-ibk*  tj'..t   t'i.'   ('. i'. :_}. nri}- b.   ;::- i  li iv-t.-d mi tin ,'i a" '-��������� ' -    Y*i ���������    -���������'���������' '���������'*< -'������������������" '"  I o;>- fb l!  il   fVilJ .in'    .'illi'  i r  I ��������� * -  $^y*k,    Hoi: cJiilflrsD to be strong and healthy.  '      M0&\    Ajy^orsjVgrce tliat the  JMl " "HBaDtH BRAND"  ���������^JliiiipM^   Combinations do more than anything'else  IWl l-ffi*^   to insure this. ���������  t&r wP^r^       Latly Aberdeen wates to us strongly in  Wif^jii     favor of the Health Brand.  ���������gm^m^'k       Ask -your' dealer to show you  these  Jm^'M^rrooA^     You  wiU never buy any-other  __^Xyy. yj l%$ ^_ after seeing them.  !i^ttl&^THE KSOTRKCsiUC MILLS 00., uu,  ' ~j& I'i'^s-" p_*iirtivi*i"!a'rAi  =^S^  n \ f  ,r"-���������e-^rSB^t^n��������� '/'C^.TWt'STr.  fvlO^TREAL.  rr������zratiis>  ���������i lit) llu V tlip LiUKfcJ .JUajhsjx y <  ���������' 7 *." ~-T .Ti.'n i~ ~~~~~~'o~'t'  '��������� " (' ll <l������- 'Lr'i?  i������!''.r*'\0. CAM':. P/'-.hJ -'/, i-Ji������.. -^5^3*==--=;^-^     ,  '  De.iv,?rori Daiiy* to r\ny -^Jri of the City.     <   ,   '  '.'>'���������  . i ,-.-  "a  f'rd-f*    --2   p.y'fC.;*',  ; .i-iti  ��������� J v; *-.'ii i  ���������jl'-iZlA 6   it;!    KU;p';'.W v);   JL������:dI&,   luli-ibii,   o������v.  -:u:,���������:o:-  LEWJ3   DROO;,   TH&   STATION.'  ���������_,, _-...,      ^y. -r *-*.������������������: -v* >--.-:"5-*.���������-^   r, ������     -f!"     ���������**��������� ~r~ /"> Tf\*i ~*r*l IT  -L   jyjZ,.*������,J<     V -s*..i A ^;   -.'.s.'>.G.,-.i.A.������-'i, ^c'^.i���������. -<*.j'   -i. _vi������/4 >s~a  , <      . ' j,.,  ,'A'J)i*..\'i!A"i!i/ONT   i'Al'-J^. :3".oi-ii;K'i-i*i.-i-      / -    '.  d*r?>.-t^.rS    "P? Jc������ -j-g eg ^  rs^st-elags -Table,  Telepii������sae������  fi   FXHE-PlioGF   SJA_^E1_  %J 1 "1 i %J ii ^  &������A7>n*l  3  *^"% "1" T���������*  I* '  l-.tVL-io i Oiv������.   c:mI fUiS,   L.*.0.  '   r i.  Convor.iot-l.ly situated between Railroad Depot and Steamboat Landing. '    '  lv Best Table in the interior. <���������  r'B!".*-,ilOOS'     SATE.   .   .   FP.BE     'BUS.  Strictly Fikst-Class.      . Rates', $1.50 and $2.00 per Day.  ".      '���������'"'���������,      H. A. BROW,N. Prop's*.  Q+o ^V h ol 111 Ti1 on S ft'' ^f������f#^  rt    JOJLN STO^E, Vnopi-uvrou.  JLli J  BipgliMsa is, MmM with the' ��������� bost tlie  !?31rtrfl5"?������.      rd & = I 5 l   B-'CSn  .t. ^1.������!-.-,_.      ���������  LR IS SUPPLIED WITH' THE OHOIOEST  f 10!  0 i* -ii.-nJ,  ,<-,'   <i vr,    p^P I *<") C  Tii'' J- " "^."���������-",-���������  IfZ^t i3^dS5C!lJ.*J'*^'i'5n*33J3Jl i  f ve*- 'w.-'it ro reach the People,in the North  c/ *.  i *. IvLi'iU    Vi     srUoij    ������.5 Ul/liUJlCLV  I'  ,i-(*.>;.������[ ' w-'-f-t (i* :  1 *.(.iiv".!-. * ci" v-"' > '"'i  I (If'.n; v. :!l !;.- .Mi" v '-  |,������rivv. <���������  .���������v.,- 1.-.- '.-   "I!  i! -*K :������;.'  "l.-ri -h.   '  x  i-  V  Li _C -.-���������   .-.-  ������;ri ~cr\  L JM  fa  Ne\y Buildings ruul Extensions.  Mr. John Su^iu''.s new res-id-eni-i' on  the corner of lionscn iinil I'-ini-^la*. i=It.  is nov.-uofnpleLefl and thel'ainily moveti  in this wok. , ft io ri vi_*r-y .nvtly huiJ'i-  in"- in tho Swiss ciirilel sl.ylo ot ikv.i-  terUire, half vill:i iinlr nit"t;ij;c. -xnO. v..r-.  designed Ly Mi'. Alhcvb Skith*. !'.*;  builders boina: JIo^:*->- L/ni^iu-nd i-ni.  "McC'i"iv- The, 1'iily i>li-::ii.ih iioiin-iiiih  in the exierior cii't-cL i-. Jt bf ii}.j. .son.  lowiicss of the ruiif. but brv* i*.n>-i.- .'i'.'  "ofbv.uiYl the liou-e nnn'h >' .inner *.i..ii  il, would hi- if il/were ii fiou-y inr-hi'!.'  Tlie lieii.-on ttrc-i. ii"ii! f.ici *. -Mi.t! .  ami :t vcr.mihili rnii- ii)<* ������hci^ '"!) ,"���������';���������  A liiiiniiiceiiL vicw-ol' 'i'i>ii>.^:,.in lir'.i.  tin* t-now-el.-ul |n-.-ik- of I ire M' ir. 'i'... \r-  iiiid Lh>' (.'oliiiiH-i.i >"'ii"y 1   ���������<��������� "'.-.i." [1  I'lOllI the  l.U^'' <h.t'H"   i'-.'il   '���������" ..I'Jicv '.  The  eriir.iin ���������-���������  it.'l'i  i-   i...: *. i-'.;    \*  '���������'���������  w.iiis-.t-ot'iH'-:  of  'i.'':;*   '. 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Speight "Wagon Company  %  ������a*--si*.>t-'Sg,a*i!-<-3sc^--a*BOT WJI Kmt m wi r r"  BBANCH STORES: THOMSON'S LANDING & TBOUT LAKE CITY  .     OF SWANSEA AMD WIGAN, ,  Analytical' Chemist and Assayer,  ioeupato assays made of all kinds of minerals, wader, milk, etc.  WHOLESALE DEALER IN  MNES, LIQUORS .AND  CIGARS.  RSTBLS.TPKE,  ZB--0-  TIIOS13 WHO  USlflD  ���������pnnT ir  : ta:  lror die Fly "Pest last year will be glad to learn that it can be  Procured again this Season at    ���������  THE    REVELSTOKE   PHARMACY.  THIS SISASON FOR ,    l  HIRES' ROOT   BEER '  ���������  Is ii^-.-iin ;i(, li.-urd.    25 els. liinlccs 5 gallons.  jVEW STOCK OP PERFUMES, SOAPS. TOOTH AND HAIR BRUSHES, ETC.  HULL   B  BUTCHERS,  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  "J  TbnnAum  '������������������wy m  -:o:  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  j  .NQTARY   PUBLIC   -   -   REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission AgeniL   fFre, life and accident insurance.  Representative of the Kootenay Smoking & Trading Syndicate.   ���������( i:   Af'KNT FOli 'J IIOUT LAKE CITY, EVANSrOKT, KASLO & NAKUPS  O THE KOOTENAY 3JAJL.  PAGE 3l  IS ��������� AT  LO  OAL  ITEMS.  D. Ferguson, of St. David,  Lardeau,1  ������    is in town.  - Geo. Huston, brakcinan. got.his hand  crushed Inst Sunday morning while  coupling cars at Griflin Lake.      , -  Stoves ! Stoves ! ! Heating and  Cooking Stoves'ami fixcuies at'J I. N.  Coursier's. ,  . Dr. II. E. Hall,,dentist, of Kamloops,  will be in town onprofessional'business  for a'few days from Tuesday next;. _  . Mr. T. Needhani and -Miss E. Clarey  wei-e married at Donald on Tucsdav of  last'week. They went west on'tb,eir  wedding tour.  The usual services in  the Methodist  Church will be conducted to-morrow at  10:30 a.'m. and 7:30 p. in. by Rev. C. A.  ( Proeuuier,' Ph. B.    t< _       ,  ���������A large party from   tho  American  ,   side   came up   by   boat  on   Monday.  They are going id lake up homesteads  ��������� in the neighborhood of Edmonton.  Rev. P. F. Langill, J5. A., of'Vernon,  , B..C, will conduct service in tlio Presbyterian church to-morrow evening at  7:30 o'clock.   'Sunday school at 2:30.  A postoflice was established at Five  Vallev this week.. P. uO. Inspector  Fletcher installed Mr. Oliver J. Vail as  postmaster on "Wednesday.  "Messrs. T. W.  Bain and Mcintosh,  who are  ranching near Downie Creek,  Big Bend,' came \ldwn   Thursday   for  ' supplies and leftagain yesterday. They  will winter up there.   * "  Mr. E. K. Franc-is,' photographer, of  ' Calgary, who" spent several" months in  ��������� Revelstoke during 1801-2,   is   now   at  Golden,   and   recently   photographed  the   school - children   at*' that"   place,  junking a most successful picture.  Tom. Hennessey.(partner of Andrew  McPherson who was drowned two  weeks ago) and Frank Sanders, who  took a boat load of supplies as far as  "Downie Creek last week, came down  on Thursday. Joe Ililslip also arrived  down this week.  . Five men left on Wednesday to work  on the Rock Island placer claim otr  Gold Stream, Big Bend. Their names  arc H. S. Howard. .Tack Lelcndre, Gus  Hedstrom, Dugald McEachren and Fete  "Laudrc." They went up' in two boats,  taking over 3000 His. of provisions and  will winter there. ���������*  Besides visiting different sections of  his constituency before going to attend  ���������tho coming session of the Legislature,  Mr. Kellie took' down with him outline  maps of the Big Bend conn cry, showing from above tlie junction oi Canoe  River with the Columbia down to  Revelstoke, and also of the Fish Creek  district. The maps were made by Mr.  G. B. Nagle, than whom no one has a  better knowledge of the topography of  the Kootenays.  ' The regular monthly meeting of the  Fire Brigade was held* in the lire hall  last night with the chief, W. M. Brown,  in the chair, Mr. A. II. Iloldich, acting  .as secretary. The entertainment committee presented their report, which  was adopted. The coiiiiiiittee reported  in favor of holding a ball ou Wednesday, Nov: 11, in'aid of tlie brigade  fund. Jt was decided lo enforce the  line of 50c. against absentees.  The stray calves which weic impounded last week for damaging a garden on Front street, wer" sold by unction on Monday last, Mr. A. IJ.'lIoM-  ieh, auctioneer. Air. Win. V ickor**, became the purchaser at $.-j.50 for the  two. A ease is being he.ird at ti.e court/  house as we go t.o press, in which the  reputed owner of the calves is being  sued'for damages over-and above the  .$S.50. Details of the case will appear'  next week.  Application is to be made at the  forthcoming Legislative Assembly-for  an Act to incorporate a company for  constructing and operating a line of  railway from some point on the Northeast Ai ui to .--oino point on Trout Lake  in the Lardeau. with power to construct and operate branch lines of railway, telegraph and telephone lines; lo  build and operate steam or other vessels (o rim on the Arrow Lakes and  Ciilunibia River-, and lo build wharves  and docks. Solicitors for I he applicants are iMc-M-1;. Davis, Marshall, iVIae-  neill i'e Abbott, of Vancouver.  R. A. Fraser and dog arrived here  from the lower'country on Thursday.  ' Seventy-two bluejackets, time-expired nion fromiII.'M. S. Hyacinth at Esquimau;, passed hero eastward Monday on" their-' homeward journey. On  Wednesday about J.*i0 bluejackets and  marines passed westward'for Vancouver-' and Esquiuialt to join J I. M. S.  Pheasant. They were all from Plymouth, England. ��������� ������ . , i  ���������On , "Thursdayf) Magistrate Fraser  listened "to charges brought by Rd.  Ramseyagainst. two of his neighbors, all  the parties being engaged in ranching  a few miles down the river. Samuel  Crowel was charged by tho complainant  with obstructing a roadway with fallen'  timber. In the opinion of the Court  the. charge was nonproven and it was  accordingly dismissed. Frank Julian  was cha'iged with trespass and the removal ot some hay from Ramsey's  premises.' Tt was sliown that the. hay  was obtained from Crowel, and this  charge, was also dismissed. \ Costs in  both cases were" assessed against the  complainant.   . "' ,  ���������  - KASLO NOTES.     ���������     '     "  rpKOJI OUR  COnttESPOXDEXT. |  IvASFjO, Oct. 30th.  A IGOO-lb. sample of "Nonpareil" ore  delivered here last week'went (iff) o/.s.  to the ton. The "Nonpareil'" ciaiui is  in the Jackson basin, 25 miles from  Kaslo.  .  George Hughes'old warehouse, which  was destroyed by the (loods, is being  rebuilt for thestorasre'of ore this winter,  ft is to be SO ft. by -10 ft.' *  Work on the extension of the N. &,  F. S. Railway from* Five-Mile Point to  Nelson   is progressing.    The insertion  of (hi.s link will make a"  route for ore  the Columbia  avoiding the rapids on  below Robson. '  ,  The smeltei   at  Pilot Bay is   very  nearly   finished.     G.    O.   Buchanan's  sawmill is cutting and  planing plank  for ore chutes.  The Idaho, near Three Forks, belonging to G. W. Hughes, J. D. Farrell  (Siipt. of the G. N. Ry.) and others, is  just now the biggest showing in the  country, bar none. -Fifteen feet of  clean ore in the face of the tunnel;  grade of ore 200 ozs. or better; OO'men  "at work at the mine; 00 more working  on the road to connect-with the. railway. This' is the mine that JMr. St.  John was manager of last winter. St.  John put up a. little job with an ore  buyer by which he got a waiehonse  i ecu-ink for 00 tons of ore at Throe Forks,  which was really not there. St. John  got an advance upon the receipt,and  was unable to get the ore from the'  mine to Three Forks. The buyer died  suddenly in Spokane, supposed to have  suicided. St. John skipped from Kaslo,  but afterwards was arrested: sold his  interest in the. mine for a few thousands  to make good his defalcations. J. D.  Farrell was tho luckv buver.   .  Hang On I   There'll be Money Enough  By-and-By.  i  ������A friend of tire editor's, and a prominent man in southern West Kootenay  sends us the following cncoinajfinij  legend :  "Irang on and keep out of debt, if  you can, by Ihe ii'-c ol ' boiler' plate' or  otherwise. There'll be wealth enough  conic out of the disl.net before the end  of the cenlnr-y to create a fund upon  which we can all retire."  Favorable Opinion of Revelstoke.  S. II. Reid was in town to-day on his  way east to Fort Saskatchewan. Mr.  Reid has been travelling three months  iu British Columbia ami a .special illustrated edition of AVinnipeg Saturday  Night will soon be issued, after which  his impression' of the Province will appeal-in pamphlet* form. Mr. Reid'says  lie. is all the more firmly convinced  after hi.s travels that Revelstoke stands  in line to be the greatest commercial  town in the interior.  II.M.S. Cordelia, which Ms to relieve  I l.iM.S. t'liampion on the Pacific station, is (o be out of hand during the  pi-ciont. financial vear. Her refit is to  com XI 0,000.  THINGS SAID AND DONE ABOUT  , -   ', TOWN..   ��������� '  [BY   DIOGENES.]  I am glad to see my hint?-c the library  has been acted upon. There was a  meeting in the courthouse last Saturday night to discuss the'formation of a  library and.liter.-u y society. No gieat  progress was made, but "a gbcid beginning is. half the battle," and T think  something pwill 'come of it. ,The only  trouble will be, perhaps,'the location.  The old library is entirely out of the  question. Mr.- Graham said if. the new  Government buildings were erected  the library ��������� might, be permanently  domiciled in .the present court house,  probably rent free. But if the library  is to wait for the' new Government;  .buildings" the scheme 'may as well be  put aside fo7*"anotheivyear at'least.  The old Presbyterian church would be  too far aw.ay. Why not fit up the old  post-office ? Tt could be made as cosy  as a nutshell. q-  .  .  * ���������** '  I understand Mr. Robert, Tapping has  taken exception to  a little paragraph  of mine, published two weeks ago, concerning   an   interview'  between    Mr.  Laurier and a future n'lenibc-r of parliament here, r, Now,- while  1   am sorr-y  Ml\*Tapping lias put the cap on his own  head, T do not see ou what grounds he  floes so.   There arc other men in town  who professed to be candidates at the  late election:   other  men   who   wear  workman's garb sometimes ;,and these  have just as much right to feel honored  at beiug'made prominent' as Mr. Tapping   has.   No  name,'* residence or occupation was  mentioned, and I do not  think Mr.  Tapping  would ever have  imagined that he was the niairallnded  to unless some meddlers whose tongues  are more fluent than  their brains are  level had not. talked him  into it.   Mr.  Tapping says he did  not speak to Mr.  Laurier   that 'morning.     Ttie man  1  wrote about did speak to Mr. Laurier1.  Therefore I could not have meant Mr.  Tapping.  Moreover, 1 did not originate  the story. - It was told to me as a good  joke, and as a good jokeXwrote it. The  party who narrated  it was probably  the very one  who filled Mr. Tapping  with the idea that Diogenes was writing about him.    Let Mr. Tapping find  out who  originated the story, and he  will find that it is one of those .fondest  of pulling the wool over his eyes. If 31 r.  Tapping's feelings are hurt l mustsay  again   that  I   am very sorry, as from  what little  I   know of-iiim  I  believe  him to be a siiuvrc, hardworking man;  Ti  but no mate!  Alecks  who  back.    But if "Mr  he is the hero of my par  ho will be satisfied with  that    someone    gets'  it  That's what I write for.  for some of l lie smart  ire  patting  ipping  (���������'  him  on  the  still  thinks  ji-aplr  I hope  the kowledge  eveiv   week.  I see my paragraph .-merit the ill-  feeling of the lower country against  Revelstoke has, brought out a reply  from each of the. papers published down  river; audi must, in all fairness, say  that in no case is that reply ill-natured  or discourteous. -This is a great improvement on the old days when Revelstoke and Nelson were the only towns  in the district, and therefore rivals.  It shows that the benign'influences of  time and tribulation have softened thii  asjierilies of editorial nature, or- else  that some other- victim has become the  target for the heavy artillery of vilification once brought to bear on this un-  uirending  hamlet aud  its newspaper.  I am glad to-know the old intolerance  is a���������lhing of'the past. Tt is better thus.  Each town should feel nothing but  brotherly regard foi , the others and,  each' newspaper should join hands in  the common cause of building up this  grand district of ours. Revelstoke feels  proud of the Slocan, although New  Denver and Three Forks'may feel that  they alone have the right to boast of  it; and although the famous, Silvet-  King is almost at Nelson's back door,  yet we are pioud to know that such a  mine is in West; Kootenay. Let us all,  then," bury the hatchet, and from now  on strive to speak and writowell of  eacli other; let our aim be the progress  of,the. whole district, and not each sec-  tionfor itself and the, vilifies* tion<-of all  the;rest.'   I have spoken, my brothers.  -     ������������������������'- '   ,>���������  * * . .  ���������  The Tennis Club framed ten rules for  the guidance of,its members, but none  of these rules prohibit playing on the  .court on a Sunday. It is not quite the  thing i'or young people returning from  Sunday-school to see members of the  club, with their racquets and balls,  playing tennis as if the day were one  of the other six. But this was the case  last Sunday afternoon, and, I am told,  has also been the case on previous Sundays. Of course, the officers of the  'club may, be entirely ignorant of <the  court being,used on the Sabbath day,  and I write to inform them of it.  .,' ** ' l  #- *  c  It is'.a pity the owner of two white  cows which are. continually straying  around the streets, of the lower town  does not look after his property, and if  he cannot keep them at home,,at" least  drive them to a pasture where they  will not be stoned and otherwise ill-  treated. There is no law iu this.town,'  nor in any other'town in the province  not a municipality, making it legal to  impound any animal straying in any  part of the townsite, nor for entering  a garden or' enclosure, where the fence  is not constructed according to the requirements of the. law, and I should  say there'was no legal right to punish  cattle by stoning them because they  are on the street. But a man who  'owns milch cows should have regard  enough for the animals to prevent their  straying where they will be made a  target of by every mischievous boy  that comes along, and in some instances  grown men, too. _lt sickens me to see  dumb animals storied. A stick would  not be so liable to knock an eye out.  with a lantern,, who could probably  publish some other extremely unpalatable facts. -  In consideration of the fact that some  people have taken umbrage at certain  remarks'which have appeared in this  column from time to time, Diogenes  has decided to take 'a holiday. The  resentment and threats of parties who  have bumped against Diogenes' lantern  have, nothing whatever to do with this  resolve. But the fact of the matter is  that several inoffensive and unoffending citizens have been picked on as the'  author of these articles���������men who have  never written a'line for the paper, and  probably never will���������and to prevent,  further Annoyance and inconvenience  to these good people^ aud to allow them  to.live out their lives without the 'ever-  haunting fear of , sudden dissolution,  Diogenes has decided to extinguish his  lantern, wipe his- pen, close .his .ink  bottle and retire to the shelter and ob-,  scurity of his tub.���������Farewell!  [The above effusion is characteristic of  our friend Diogenes. /Rather than be  the cause of annoyance to anyone he  will cease attaching the crying evils  which overywhere'~abound. Tie has  -always endeavored to bo fair, honest  and t/traightlorward in his criticism,  and we believe that his scribhlihgs  have been of some public benefit.  Some day, we hope, be may be induced to re-light his lantern and dip  his pen in the ink once moie, as we  shall find it difficult to fill our.local  ���������i columns during the dull period coming without the help of, Diogenes.���������  Editor.]  It makes me tired,  modesty   assumed   by  sickening.     'I hoy hold  with   holy   hoi i'or'  at   w  sidcr the  impropei  lain events in the  goody-go'iily  pee  their t'.ni'ues at the  The ostentatious  ' f;riine   people, is  up  their  hands  'rat   thi'//   coii-  The River Bank Appropriations.  We are indebted to Mr. Mara for the  information that probably all differences between the Provincial and Dominion Governments in regard to tho protection of the river bank at Revelstoke  have been removed. The information  is contained in a telegram from Sir  John Thompson, which also states that  Mr. Gamble, the Dominion engineer,  has'r-eeeived instructions from Ottawa.  It may therefore be expected that the  plans of the engineers will be soon in  process of execution.  Struck a Rich Pocket. ,  Reports received this week from the  Vandall mine on French Creek, aie to  the efl'ect, that they have struck it rich  in a " pot hole" from which over$1,000  was taken last week, and is still yielding gold. Four men.are working this  claim, which is owned by Frank Vandall and A. L. Beaton.  .���������lioni  I about,  arid   i  eii-K  teacher in publishing  the  late episode  at  lit!  continuity  of  tiie  Hesols.   "lia-i !    ��������� U"   ;  ciisetission   of   cer-  j public press.    These  >ie  arc  now w.iggijig  uipi-of  ���������ioty of tho  a few facts  the school  boy-*.' and  s. tiling is  rem-  wrong it/ is wrong, and .should  edied, and how can it, be remedied unless it is made known'? Had T not  called attention to it the evil would be  iiow.    Evil  is   all   the more  evil for being kept hidden  forth   to   the  light of day  As for tho Scirooi te.ielrOr  that vjonl'l he a joke.    Lot  ' Bring it  rnd it dies,  ring it,  mo inform  publis  those good people that Air. Laing  knew no more about the publication of  those paragraphs than the iiiiin in the  moon. Pl.t the onus on the right  shoulders.      Find   Diogenes,   the   man  N  NOTICE.  OTICR IS UI'-jRI'jBY GIVEN that  application will be made to the  Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, al, its next, Session, foi an Act to  incorporate a company I'or the pur-pose  of constructing, equipi/nig, maintaining and operating a line of railway  from some point on the Norlh-l*tast  Arm of I In; Upper Ar-i-ow Lake to some  point on Trout Lake, in the District of  West, K'x'.lonay, with power to construct, equip, iiiaint-nin and operate  iii-.inch lines; to build and operate  steam or other vessels to run on the  Arrow Lakes mid Columbia River- and  orr'fiout Lake ; and also to construct  and operate telegraph and telephone  lines in coiiiicction with the sard railway and steam or other vessels, and to  build wliai-vesand docks, together with  the usual powers to acquire lauds,  privileges, bonuses or aids from the.  Dominion or Provincial Governments,  and to make traffic and other arrangements with railway, .steamboat and  other- companies, and for all other  usual and necessary [lowers, rights a nd  privileges. \  Dated at Vancouver this liOth dav of  October, ISO I.  DAVIS, .MARSHALL.  iMAONKILL&AUBOTT,  SolicUors for Applicants.  KO'OTENAY'S NEWSPAPERS.  .  "     [HY DIOGENES.]  - On Selkirk's snowy mountains,  In Lardeau's golden sand,"  At Hot Springs' steamy fountains  And Sloean's silvery strand,  The wealth i'or axms hidden        ">. ',  Neath glacier, rock and soil  Now to the world is given   .  By the Prospector's toil.   '     ,  In Kootenay's lonely passes, -'  "Where foamy torrents gleam   ' ���������  Through hoary, moss-grown masses '  Of timber, sombre green,  "   -  The footsteps of the Mxnei-  , '  Are trending to the Ledge. ��������� ������������������>  No prospect can be finer   .    .  Thau rich veins* oute'ropp'd edge;  In Big Bend's rugged canyons     "  ,   A Golden, Era dawns, .  And seekers after Mammon "  Are thick as chess-board pawns;  ; Yes, better Times are coming !���������'  Our Tribune gives the hail-***-    '..  "Mining will soon be humming 1"  ' 'Thanks to The Kootenai/ Mail. ���������   >  .Northwest Elections.  From the returns at present to hand o������ the  elections in the Northwest, whieh look pliiee on  Wednesday, it appears that the Government  has been sustained hy a slightly increased  majority. Dr. Brett is returned for Band* with  a majority of 75. Calg-ary East,'1 Dn'imerman,  Si majority; Calgary" West, , Critehley, 21'  majority ; Medicine Hat, Fcui-on, 50 majority.;  Rogina South, Mowatt, G9 majority; Ke'gina  North, Brown, 175 majority*. " ,   *.  ,  "      Death of Mr. Mereier.  Hon. Ilonoro Slercier, ex-Premier of Quebec,  died at 8.30 Tuesday 'morning. Tlie end came  peacefully and ho' passed away apparently  without sufl'ering. Since the middle of August  his case lias beon called hopeless by medical  men. Ho suffered from diabetes, aggravated  by other complications, aud his body was reduced from a once robust form to a moro skele- ���������  ton. He was visited on Monday night by Mr.  Laurier. Tho funeral took place yesterday.  Many messages of sympathy were received by  the family from all parts of tho United States  and Canada. /  REVELSTOKE,FIRE BRIGADE.  A GltAND DAl.il/: will be held on WEDNESDAY, 11th insfc. Full particulars next  week. ' ,  DENTISTRY.  "  DR. II. R. HALL, of Kamloops,'will  be in Revelstoke for a few days  from the Oth of November, staying at  the Victoria lintel.  A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.  ITUtKUKItlCIC KKASKIt  J"    Peace* for this town.  is n Justice ot the  . and as such is supposed to bo a leading light in tlu) mat tor of  civility and guild breeding. For live months he  owed me S7..VJ for u pair of booU nnd I Jievcr  dunned him fm* the money. Ijitcr ou 1 owed  him if.'l for milk, and beeaiiM-1 could not make  it convenient lo iiny him nt once he threatened  10 hin'mo and called me it " ("tub-footed bilk."  I i-iin'l help my feel. I leave it io the public  lo.juilgu wlielliei* I his iiiiin in fit to be a iiiagi**-  tniti;.  Sj<i.MtTKIj WCKKKTON.  Ki'VclMoko. Nov. 1st, 1S01.  WEST  KOOTENAY DISTRICT.  REVELSTOKE DIVISION.  NOTICE IS HKRBBY GIVEN, that  a Court of Revision .-tncl Appeal,  under the Assessment Act, will be  held in the, Court House. Revelstoke,  on "Wednesday, the oth day of December. A.U. ISOl", at ten o'clock a.in.. by  N. Fi(.y,-.tuhlis, .liidr^c of the Court of  Revision nnd Appeal.  ���������J. I). ORAHAM.  A firvsor.  Revelstoke. B.C., Nov. 2rul, 1S&L  ��������� >-,K  miwmmmmmmm^mm^mmmmmmmmmmsmmmmiimmm^ PAGE 4.  TIIE KOOTENAY MAIL.  SOUTH SEA LEGENDS ON FIRE.  A Whale nnil ������n Air l>riiir<>ii   i:n������*li Hollered !������. Have (Iri'.-ili.ln! I iimii'.  The Si.iitri ricu l.si.*i'i<ici-d uJl n enrious  / story of tin* o ;,'in ol fiie. ,lf tli*--}- nro to  be believed, sai*- tjic St. Loin- K-pn'-lic,  they *.* in." "ii jiiisit'i'iioii nf t.! r.t ni*.-f;.l element in tins foilowiiij 1:1:11111-r. A (jn-at  wlinle w.v- mice wiir.:,ed .uslii'ie uj-dii one of  ' their ieliiiui*. during thu tl prevalence of a  terrible hurricane.     Tbe   nn-m-tei   bei-umo  ent iiiL'1-.'d in 11 throve of tnllo.v trees (a niie-  ' ������ \ *i  ciea of ev< r^reens   wlio-e   blanches   eusily  ignite), uml while g!i:if.liinij; lm teeth in  his impotent rage, Ktiuck off ������. sp������ik  which bglited the grovo and consumed  both treea jnd wliole. Firms which are  said to have been j erp������ituiit"d nines., the  day of thi--'-grout whale file" irmy yet bo  seen burning in innny parts cf tin: islitiul.  Anutwr lire legend, believed ir: by the  inhabitant-! of tlio ifcibind.i to tlio north of  the ones in which tho "grciit wlude, li 0"  Is presei ved. is to the (-'"feet tl at n grent  , air <lr.ii;i>ii (probably lighL'-iiig) lue-uhed  upon 11 Lillow tit.'u nnd t-.ni it.s liriuiche- oil  fire. Fi- in tlif cunts k-fi fioni id's, ('no  they leuincd of ilu gn-tit vdrii-, ruul have  over Hiiicn utuii tin, el'jin* nt ii-r di'iiio-tio  purpi-neti nnd in thoir rt*lirfiotiii)i'ieiii'>iii'-.  They aim* have 11 trn.iuioii 11.'.t 'he timo  will come when 1 he''d m-juu will letm-ii iVr  the fire, nnd t.'int no limit will be iible to  1 withiitnnil him nnd ravo the m.civil *p.-irk  , except ho bo ii pemon horn with pink  eyes, fair nkiii mid white h.-iir. For tiiis,  reason tlio birth of un albino in nlwuys  hailod ni il gniul onion, and hi*) or hei person guarded villi jealous u-u-o, so 111 to  preserve lifo lo iti uunotit limit. ii.-.i-ioii-  ette r-iviitioitH seeing a "fire g������.l" or --tiro,  guard" (iilbiuo) wlnlo on hi-vii.it to lho  idlrtiidd, who wns believed to l.n .it leapt  100 yours old,'nnd who bad rilwiijn hot a  provided lor hy tlio tribe.  Iicfliiiesque, who mrido South Sen Iidand  myths Kiui legend n  study for year.**,  iu of  tho  opinioiMhat   the letuni 01 the drugoa  for his fiie i-  symbolic   of   deuth mid the  'flight of the t-p.iit.    ���������  .    u      Selenrc nnil Soup Hubi/luis.  "Why is it that the colors of n  soup bub-  .     ble^chnngo as the film gradually   iiIhts   in  tbiokness?    Auother cnu-se of coior i* here  ' involved���������tlmt of intcrfereiii-e.     If n stone  bo thrown into r\ smooth   pond   a   circular  wave ii produoed, gradually   widening toward tho   edge  of   the   pond; if 11 second  stone bn thrown   into  tho  pond  t. EC-c-oiid  wiivo will be produced,   which   will influence tho first.  0      If the atoues are dropped   in   siuiultniie-  onsly at the hsiiio spot tbe waves'will   just  bo doubled in  height;  and   if  tho -"ecoud  atone   be  thrown   in   exactly   half n wavelength behind the  first tbe motion of tho  wave will bo doHtroyed.  '.    Similarly with light; whon light inipingos  , on the soap bubble part of it, it is loll cted  irora tho exterior surface, and  part miu-r-i  the film and is reflected from   tho  intutior  surface. ,    1  This latter' portion trayersoR the water  medium between tlie two surfacea twice,  and is therefore kept behind tlie finst, reflected ray. Tho two sets ot" wuve. interfere with each othof, and pro!nee a col-,  ored light instond of a white liglit.' Other  wares,���������.-gain, may destroy aaoh other, aud  extinguish the light.  Some of the eoimtitnent colors of the impinging white light���������formed by their p������������-  sagtt through the film���������interfere so aa to  deniroy each other, while 'ether* remain  unaffected. As the film dimiiiibiipa in lluok-  ,    ileus, the colors must necessarily vary.  In this way in Accounted for the marvelous variety of heanty mid colors in the  bubble,'iridisconco of oil upon water, tempered with the gnndineoa of some ingot's  wings.���������Longman's.  Olilent .if All  Omul*.  Chess player*, with a turn fur i*i������ bi=tery  of the'.r htmlogic iiiiiiu-omeiit will Ih> mu-r**  ested to learn that nil tho liypi-iheios hm to  <������������������ the oriL'in of lho game hnv������anddi-i.ly heen  "mated" by a recent extraordinary die*  coNery iii E^yjit. It wart gf'iier.iilv nusuin.  nd until now thnt the ancient Indian- luwl  Invented chess; thnt it was uitrodticfd from  India lo Persia in tho sixth' century, nnd  ��������� that by the Arabs, nnd that, in cr-nan-  quence.of tbo Crusndera ji bpioiw.1 tioru  east to went. '  It is true that tbe Chinese���������who invunt-  ed many things iu time lony; a*.*u, but  whicn had nfterwards to be ieinvented in  Eurojie���������as-evt that they can trace die**" in  ,  their own country to ai out   '200   yearn lw-  liefure our era.     Ni>w   thero   ran o-jcininlv,*  be no doubt that (in   the   ch.-.K.Lt.-i   o! the  figure������ at present used, and m ������������������ -in.* of 1 lie  words connect' d with   the   u.-iu. diieh an  "hh.ick" (������haw) and "matt," or male���������an  Indian, Persian aud Arabic intiueoue in  tiaeeabie. .  lint here comes news of the latent oxen-  valiDiii* on the pyramid fields ot ri .kit-urn,  which have brought to liu'ht a Wall p/ii'it  inn " which a high oflvcinl ;s repre^-'. ted  a* plnring ch������*..s with a partner ai t'n* toni  ol .the governmerit of Kin^: Ti*:n. -.viid br.  longed to the si.ith dyn/.et/. Pr* f. I!r 11  gs'.-b, correcting ill.* chn-nnlnl/y, put.* \*.  hnek to <;till -.[renter nntiqilit.', i..uu"ly -...  th-year ;'3<X) 15. C. S'j t ���������it c! w- ,hi������m,  have Jm���������ii known 111 Ui.- o:n��������� j 1. v - *. -. I ,���������*.>.  land of Mizr.nm -.oiiu-tliingb.:- ii,~!r<) ynri  ngo,���������New y.ir-R .Sin..  1 lie   *.l i-lll'.h ef L!..*  >.lti"l.,..      '  An efcfinwst" r-^n.-d-.'1. iu.  -."ii.iiii*-    [.'iv.-*,  the n_'_*ie.-:i!i* w-rtlth (if   lem: I, ���������    r i*i i  r   ������.  ai   tli.- f"l ���������!��������������������������� mg   tinnii-r.     tiiif-r     -m .i"*j,  ))i;0.-l*".*i.0(������O oi'O; (irc.t   Ki.t.i.i.    .-..!���������,.-.),  Oj0,O(X':    F.-.uic**.    f!0 ;,U(| '/i.'ij.dv.i     i;,r*  _ .... .       (>.    .1    ..U.    lull.        '-������.- - ."...   '      -   I   -  niai*-*.     CU.'ni'1'Jwr"v.    ���������������"���������*������ >r     T~-'    '/*/.-  00O.WJ.  Aiinti-r.i.   ^iMrW,'!'!'"1)'!.    I -������..-,  if I 1.7."iS OiiO.lrOH.    Ni> oth'-i   i at n.i Wir*.l  iti-d with m./r.- than $U'���������W,-,'.iO'J,i>;,,j     'It..,  iH-.xt in rank to lu.ly   w   rip.iin.   wuii .jT, ���������  il'/.O.OOU.OOO.    wlnlo    Oreoc'i,   tho  bin*, ix-.u]   '  DANGERS OF CHIOKEN-RAiSING-  "havo  it an'1  "J i-t  lowent 111 -.hi.*!  cla-mriicaiion,   11   ^ivun   but  Sl.OOo.OOU.OM.  Tel.ucco an.l .Mnscurur l.lt'ortr 1  Two   (imineiit  Krivjliih   physici'-.n*!,    l>r I  Wurrcri I>iinbard and I)r   trniii'iinii ff irh-y. !  have r������i*e.illy 1 nude an linji'irinrit H>iri'"*   '>t '  expsriiQBiUH re-^'ardmij: th������: uillu'iiio-  of to- I  bacco on 111m.c11l.1r otfort      They  find that j  moderate miioidui/.   in  one  a<ximi<niii;il  to  it, neither increases the enimcily   fur ������'irk '  nor    retards     tlio    Hppronoii     of    fatli'iie; j  thongh. in wirai-1������*������, it  may alii^htly di- |  ministi lniifonlar  power  nnd    hasr en    t".e I  time ju whioh JutigUH ������VHt<������)iiiuu   the  ays- I  U-Ui.      '��������������������������� 1'   ���������..���������'���������'���������' "'.���������   ������������������    . I  3-r.T>rr������-l\   !'.':��������� :;>e i.f.' ������!.l I l.-lens Yo'Klt Aij'������l!t  t.i   Dlllliark  111   tlie   J.ntfl J.T.-C  Ano'.den; 11.an and a.. 011111! iu..n were,  sitting on tiie \ eranda ooiiveisiuj.  "Yi.b." *>.'!'! uie yi.'iui; iii.ui, "I am ^o-  iiiir -iilo clueken-t.uijiui.:. I am C"-'i-  I vineed that lln-ie lo no ' bnsine-a 111 ti.*-  world 11: vvhicii theie i������ moio money, n.  ho made. I nave ilguied on it, and  think 1 know whac 1 can do. "Why, lo'olt  nt   the   way   they   increase.      Iu   four   11  five years I" ���������  "My fiiend," said tho old man, "I havo  bad eiperieiico itl~tho bu'ainas-i. Bo wavn-  od ; do not embitik iu it. You know not  what you do." ,  "^ but!" said   the  young  man,  you tried it and failedT"  "I moan t<j tell you that I tried  pnvo 11 up." answered the other;  te.11 hous, intoiiding lo get rich, ih vmi pi-"-  ]io*>e doing. L uihtallcd thtuu in <i i-imii  and awaited ivtiirns lint b. loro they I1...1  laid an eirg 1 h.ippened u> pick ui) a pei.. il  and a bit of }j.ii't.r and do some C'iifui..tu g.  At a low CHtun.ito 1 -, i.v that, er.c.i ,nt ,rn  heiib oould ruido tlirt.0 broods tho iii**t  suuiiner. , ,  ''Allowing for one bad ogK in eaeh sitting, thero would b'i twelv.* cliick" to eneli  brood. Caliing half ot tliom pulleii, 'thia  would give h:i: I^j - each br������od, ur eigluei 11  '.o each hiri for the nenson, or 15*0 for 11.1*  entire flock. Adding my original teii.i  would have 100 buns at tbo end or ine tu 1  euiiiiuer. Figtuirry ot t'-c nanie uu <', I  saw that 1 would havo 3,010 at trie end o.  tho second bUiiimei-.  "1 was encouraged and went on to nnd  that I would h:iYO ,08,509 when, the thud  summer c)o-ud. , I sharporjed my pencil,  aud bent ovi 1 my paper wiiti fev^i-iub in-  teiL'.it. Thu fourth biimuicr. 1 iii*><-oven-d.  would leave ,iuo' with l^'iJ.A'W hkeiy  hens. ,     ,  "When the autumn leaves of,, ihe fi-rh  .dying fiiminer Miiuuld awul about m-- I  would luwo -'1,7,(50,!i0d ci.uklei-,-). Aaillu-i  ,yoar ot joyirmd .sonows���������my six-li���������oniilil  find mo hiii-i'oiuided by 470,4.*ib.yo live  ami outerpiismg lions, once again, wlu-u  the buveiith summer should fr.do into  glorious untiuiui, 1 i"i'Uiui that a imi'ter nf  8,008,717,01)0 dibtmct iii-ns ami a m<������ ter  or two would be viiih me in tho gaUiiiace-  ous flesh. The i.-i's-iuring figures for rue  eighth year I have loi-Lyittou, as, iikuwit-o,  I have those of tho niri'ih.  ' "I only know I four'id that ut the end of  'ten yeaiv I would have moro piime hens  than there Was space for'on the surface ot  the globe, counting the Arctic regions und  Buppo&iug roosts' across all rivers a d  twenty fowls 111 oach tree. 1 w as dum-  founded.  "But I did not hehitato. I saw what I  owod to tiie human iaco. <> I,sel/,ed an a\n  and hurried to the coop. My ho ,' I loved  those hens, but 1 liived hum mity iimre;  and I led ihem io tho blocklike a Spurt.-ii-,'  and chopped oil their heads. I breat.-.td  'more fi,eely wneu it was all over, and the  horrible vision una gone of trie whole er.is.li  four feet deep iu Hens, an*t every biebH. d  one of rbeni cuckiiri;. ' Young man, ii.i  uot go into tho chicken busincts; it lo..d .  to awful things." ' v ���������  The   young   man   staited  up.'    "Gri*at  "Caesarl"  ho exclaimed.     "I   won't.     I ilni  not realize wb.������i  I   was   doing.���������llarpei's  Magaziiw.  MISSING LINKS.  tT  '���������***4$  A Crow Thut UreaniH.  Wes Hearn has a crow, and be is the  gawklest, oddest, ugliest, but wrth.il, the  smartest bird one ovei saw. He has leained  the nccompl'Shiuonts of mi'U so well th .1  he now ureiuns���������actually ha-s   iii^htai'ir s.  Tlie crow, during ni*, oild bom-, cf wi.i-  mu anil luxurious captivity, has *1 ulc ������ ho.e  111 the wall, in -which he de1 o-it-i diiuitv  'morsels for tho future when hij ^pp^iu^ 1=  not satiated.  Yesterday, in his hole in tbo wall he  carefully phic-d two piece*; of i-i."-*-e an 1  threebitsofaie.it. all the v.:.lie i-1-..un,.- -���������  furtive eye to windward to ��������������������������������������������� ;.:������t ;io one  learned tiie, secret '������>" Ir.s liiJ.n*; pl.u.t.  This done, he rufib-d i.i.*, ;���������*..tie-r-i-. die-*.-  his n*-e's down nit" uielii arid, -i.u.diTig on  one foot, W'-.'it x'a-t asi���������*p. l'*-n (.;��������������� ti..-  immeuc'   qiiMif.ty    of   c.'se-v-y; . .v,.ic..  Asphalt w taken fioin n lake of pitch in  the Island of Trinidad.  The be-t bricks iii the world are made  by the tribes of Central j\sia.  Pneumatic tires "have been found very  serviceable on honuitnl ambulani;6A  In England houeeiiul'tt-MS 'hr.vo lo pay a  tax 011 each male horv.-mt in their employ.  Stioet bands are .not permitted iii Germany unless Ihey acconip.iiiy pioues-sions.  5 The average number of persons to a  dwelling bouse lit 'the las������t United States  consus wa������ 5.-1.5.  A lecent Berkshire, Pa., funeral was  graced by tbe prosence of a mouraer 011 a  bicycle.  Tho Japanese now make tennis racquets.  ASpnnihh musician h-is dorised u syutein  of musical noti.tion hy which the* fiat aud  sharp *-ys:om is done away with.  In Chinii n man -who killed bis father  was executed' nnd along with him bis  schoolmaster for not having taught him  better.  German civil engineer1* will erect a monument in Berlin tb the nu'iuory of Dr. Werner von Siemens, the famous olectriciau  and invent:1!-.'  Nearly twottiirds of all tho'lcttcia carried by tlio potUal soiv'ii'o of the world ara  written, sent to rind rorid by English  speak mil* people. ���������  The moat 1,icily digcslfid meats aro oold  uiutlon, mutton cii(.ps, vci.i-on, t* iider-  loiiit������. stu-ioini; nte.-'.k, lamb chop.', roast  beef, rabbit tr.'.d chicken. *  (Scientific cleanliness is to ho promoted iu  Fionuh ���������jtiboolro(iini by boiled drinVing  water, damp cloths instead nf dry dusters  and broom.i, and sti antiseptic cicruiirig  once a week.  The Borliu Royal   Library  1ms   acquired  a Semitic maiiii*'c:-ipt by a   Ilebiow doctor  of Hie foui-teeiiih d iitiu-y   wliicli , (iiomiKes  io ilirow mtiih "right mi tho histcry ofrned-  j   icine. , 1 ������ ���������  i       TJie large."t death rate of nay city  iu tho  world, fr.iru tb" use nl alcohol,  in recorded  in Stocki'iiim, the   Swedish   cumta!. - Tho  , number oc deaths irom this cms** in ninety I,  iu 1,000.       , '   "  A jury  at   Wabash,    Ind.,   acquitted a  conductor charged with  "knocking down.*-."  The'principal witness   against the accused  was a "-putter,"   aud   the "jnry* refusod'to  believe 1 im. , "  . A drop of oil of vitriol,io   used by some  persons   in    the   water bucket   these hot  days.    Some   persons   acidulate  drinking  water with sulphuric acid and others lime  juice or oatmeal.  The ramie fiber is tough and wears well.  It is said that iu China, where it' is used  for making clothing, it f]os;n bo well thut  'Children ' fi-eq lently wear the olothea  which their , grandparents wore when  oluldren.   ���������        . ,  It is known that trees havo 'attained tho  following ag* s: Elm, u3o years ; cypres1!,  850;,ivy, -'."iO; laich, 570; ciisstnut, 000;  oinnut','(i:50; p ha, 050; olive, 700; i/riisut-  a' plane, 720; ce.i-ir, 800; lim..', 1,100; oulr,  1,300j'm-w, 2,800. ,    ���������        -        *"  Lu - ,  A K'uituc'ty calf, one day old, perfoira-  ed a wonderful fuat ,0' jumping frmn a  clilT to a river   below,   a   dint .nee of 500  at, without rumpling a hair.. The calf  was taken' duwn the river and hauh-d  home iu a wagon, haft- and sound.  Tho consumption of o'cohol per inhabitant in the \ariotis countries ot the woild  is: Germany, 11 quarts per inhabitant;  Au-tria-H'.iuuary, (i.39; Belgium, 8.fcS(I;  United Slat* b, 5; France, S 07; Italy, 1.07;  Holland, 0; ktisma, 0.3; S-wizurlaud, 0;  Ure.it Britain, 5.42.  "Yon may buy everything 1 have on for  SlO 75," -alii a yunug 111.111 iu neat outing  oosturue Then he siruriiied up his appare  as follows: Har, 75 cents; co.ii, $2; cotton sliirt, Si.50; c .(ton deck tu.nsi r-, i?l;  hhces, ^3; ru-cktle, blockings * nnd underwear, 5'.75, b**lc, 75 cent.-; tijt.il. !fl0.75.  ' Tlie Ei.ji.ia.-i newspapers receniiy s[iread  port  that 'he   i:iims-.ri  LSU*^J^SIX  elezeb &  j_iS  POST-OFFiCE STORE.  Gents' Furnishings,  .-���������...   ".     . Station'epyT"  Patent Meaiemes  * t  And TOILET ARTICLES of every description.  "**������������������  '^iii2^*klj:l;*:,.������t>0 JLxi  \jr.Xhj~H Jkji.%iJ&.&Ji ������*������jlh������&\jJ?l.������l.L4 U������^SL39  .*   l">      Sfsili!'���������     xi- *���������"      Wv- 'rl   G     1 Bl^S-i     in     ������  i>**~*lf>        ,    r+ ^   -g  W  O   O   C)   O   t)   o   o  OOOOOOOOOO   O'O   O. O   O   O'O   O   O   O,   O   O   O   O   O   O   O'O   o   o  I.J.J.������t..,<?l.  We have a complete stock of PAINTS, 'ready  )rj Paints. '-Wliitfe Lead  25 .and 50 lb. Irons'    Raw and Boiled Lin--  seed, Oil:-     Walnut,   Oak, ^ Cherry and Mahogany''  *^ea ana ptrou  J..U  1 ���������-.->  1-  ccc  -:o:-  :o:  ANY SIZE-IIP'TO  ��������� R.. FUSE Ai  ALL SIZES.  D   M AKUSF.  hnu  fore  ���������or-^ed :ui:u-e";' *-ir!  1.  i'.ii:"  ������i.   !;oiir 1������  \fi\vn lu:u  !fldl5j****lioJ,     *or   hu   i>cni   .  uignirnme .-.ufit ors the ft.o*_  Suddealy L.e ivcse up ..n.: ih*- air w.������  rentwi.n "Sipiawk '-'pi.iwji* *^; jaw-tT" :������������������  quick succe-sli.ii. He drt-.c-i ov-r .n 'i  ri nrry of .-'Xi^e'rj'.it u^ :ji-- ;./ !��������� .:. '..���������- ���������>.-.  nnd - .jmr.med' 1.-?. bill : . ;'���������.  Ev' rj-tniru U'"H v '-te ,N -���������'���������'���������������������������.'  St"luU. He ������������������: ileti (>ver 10  Hor.itc.'iLii a:r- 01.1 ������}tn !ii>-  live w������.j', ft- rnncl n.- v>  ������n;.  1-ra ,"nil''.   I-|f;l'll^ '..J     t-"U  mull, *ir"w ".ri.-jeif  into  t.V r.:,  1'V/   8-,.il   W.i-  l-,-F!oi*.i  the ivpori  iln.t 'he  tine nnd impuriul   lmida  jiloy v.-om-n in ihe Murk  ti.r���������- tin.-*  .���������- .- ii-.i 'a���������  M- .<*.-  ll. rt ."-'-...  ."We.! i'  ;'-*-r- ii t'.  ,    -*i.pu  i  ���������-  f .igr.i-nl-  in-i<*uded to em-  of their depurr-  Ui.-titii XIib itf.:ilt wiis ri ni.ihS ot petltl.iiia  from ������������������voin*-:i, ind ic iilolc n dei.iiil in one of  ;he i.lr.ci.i! ji/ipei's to cciuvinee the hulled  tl..it   ho    :>"���������-���������   dloiurbed    theuibelveo uso-  hiir.ejiirt   the > dccrpiMd' of foreign  ia ..u   ioruierly   ^pe!lt   so   much  :.   : .e   'Ci i.nliy,     Sii.co the agitu- j  ii ;:.���������- -.r'-.-i.e'i "jne m<i(i*,od a ri'ijju-  ii i.:;   fe.'uijr.    people n'e afrn'.d  '.ii.r ���������; -i; '.rj   i'.sl l':.':y ��������� e iii<ilo..t<-'*,.  !i-*i   nl.t'er.*..  lunkt-d n con-  *.(,'.*  ;h rri/- \ r.if.tf nf curio-  >.-ri in   '-i.-jbiviuerieu jnd ull  Jrtpr.Tl  viV icr ,  n.o:.L/  Hi.-   r." i/  Jar t.y '.;��������� i  i������ ii*' ro '.  ' Iri tr-ive!)  ei'-I-'.,!���������*  kmd-  f.Vl  I/O'* v.tM  tile  '.VJIOl'V i   '  nil  ft ,        ,  iu Eliy, iiii.'i ur n  TrnnMiiniunl Hi   ri" tm  Kxp'*ruri"ii'/j v ith ���������.') i*.  were c."*,/".:' in !*-'}",  by   M  f.iehlteet DC   l.l".l- 1   .i H-  I./W,V     l>   .".*   ' I),  i V.      'il-.-  l*r\'*'i ..'."'I ' - .'.- i .. --:  die ���������ll,..r ]/��������� ri ,; of i ,*..!_���������.���������  uiir.ii'.u-i (**!n-rii,  'fiiu r. u  1k 'e-ed    "111.   lllem 'i'no  .!,>'��������� ,-l. I.  x III ll(.������H������*4.  illild>  .sillnnr.ni Kito Kitten-s.  Ai. fill.-'d'U.r it t'e* Tinr.iH   St.it.)   OiBto-  'ii -.i Am-!::'!. 'i\ .Inv ur r.-../ .kifn Li/iin'! il tien  b-.,'  : i  at.   i.. i.  ilrai'i.i'  b..rb u  turn uf  ti" i."'  b'il.ili)  Mm y  brii i ���������  luu. .i !  ���������S-l 11'1'lM, ->,  :vi'i  ���������nnd  11^  'iin!  .    i. r *.���������  y..  ;i. .  1 /'  lm  i 'I,  v -  *. ':���������  JUi  "i i  .i in  ��������� :.  *v:  '1   VI  ..</.  u*  t <'t  !..  h'l  Kll"  "i  ill  .1 /',  ,V/1  1-A  ,.j  !  r*i;.  III'  re  r. .  <��������� ,!  \     r  I-.  ���������-liUI      '/  ��������� r- :!.''.  i    .!<*.(  or il.:  i'.fn found  ���������i-:<���������*,'    Tl  ),.  in  i.f t  el'.i  i /i:t nr.il  !.** hum.  ) li* -t -in')  I���������*.,������������������! -it-  ��������� i. -vr-i'/d  ��������� *r .'ur.ji./  f-\ .a  ���������i  "il ACS  it is the metropolis of a district whose  -���������*-������  'h^-?r3o-  fss-bulously rich in Silver/  j.I.,  .in i  ri c- ���������y-y  i. .1-.  1-t  xJ  or-  o  it.-J  D6Sio.es  )ars:e!  i itRlT"; O"  f.J������'.S.*���������>\X v-������  i,'  til  v>>-    *.!n,ir  ill*!  l'.l,  .i;Hiii'  .ii-"    i  i.lili-, 1'iilhiii'l'l' 'l i. j.i_i'"* il  .'*��������� i.iin, -.'i I,. i!*i, /-.nil r.ll���������' ,|  ���������i.ja'.i of wimrw-i .voii'd in  A  ^Klt'lOli"'!  l/f  -.'b'-i'l   'IT! 'r*-  fllri/.rv o"ii, any. m tuftl i<(n  A.'jlH(Jt) \LlijlilIKl; K'-jini-.i::  t.v. a>  i.\  i   i  .rl  r>.'r. -.'I   i\  "! ill   .1 .1 ,'  'i   ..  .in i'l vi-it.i'.  -, Ol' .11".-it I  r. -..--In   luin  ti.';  ; (���������>  :' j r-  L C\j\~%.S. CIO  confer  *-* r  ..;c*-j  'iii.  percentage  of GOLD than any  )A mines on the American continent.  Tsearfyall the mines are vnihm. a 12-mile  the. townsite, and the routes to them all  in  ca  JIiii-z C:n> il Tr.i.Io.  Thrr< th'ni-<ntirl ii.i-'" lm ml red nnd forty  one ihipH, of ".BoU.OfiO loti-i, |i.-i*.h".l t iirn-.^-'Ti  the b'ii<-z o-uul ;n   I'C.KJ,   uei<lin^ ���������������>>!>')���������,  00l) in (iniiH.     'I'nr"e tlio;i>i,i.-i i   n.ml   i rjluy  two of tli" Hhitj",   or   i)2'   ;,er  ceiil.   {/   -i    1  t!ir<ni),'h by ni^lit.     An to   to-'*    n/ittn   nil  i  ((  the   veo'e]*-,   the    Kiij/lith    n'm 2/10'/.  Oerrn/m,  27'J,   P'r'-ncli.   1SK);   Dutch,   ITS  Aiiirru H'lii/iiriiiTi, 71;   fr   lmii,   07;    .'...r*  vpKian, ."������<); Ouoi-ni-i. !U; Ki. i   i*h   'Jf);!.'i*.-  Hiur., 2*1.  I'i" I ������i _j ��������� j - -"   I'), I1'.'y.tiii-i, -i, /in  orienn,; JJ; Ijclyian,  1;  ljiaziiiiiii,   \ ;  An.\.a.u���������  ���������one; -l.;i" ' : ;.���������"...���������        ���������   ���������  (>rlt:ll   ni n .  ft ..-.^. f',n:.*ir-.-  UAiU: r.'vt. .'.-, 'u i  Ij'/iii y /lie: '- i,,.' i  ntje i.i nrj'it*.j i'.:  h'UiO') th'j -i"./!!"  l<irw icii/i,v /> r/ i.  learn tlml tne i.>,  H'.V) Ii. C , i'/ rt r;,o  b",' n in,:*l"'I in  jirovinci m wiiK-h  '!-'  BEO A'USE during last winter several of the Lardeau  '��������� ��������� j  ���������ir  -n f  .>-o  :.ie  iv'.'/il    Lr'/l'. /*,     ,*vl    *fj  .lie    T'-'it'i.'.i   w ..i    /i-.- ji.  " i): r."/.pi'   jv:,i-j ''i/i'J .'i-i,'  tli/j  coiji.tiy. and  in ihi*  are i.iin rn.i ,vn -i**i_:ii-';  lvly ns I)eiiiiiiirk nnd S'-hieiAi^ H *\-v in.  but *hich '/"jrij tln-ii known re*,;.ei.nvniy  nn J)"iirnnr!c nnd ScrilbHwiL(-F(olht������iri. but  wh.oli w<!i-r) th'-ii kii(/V/ri colieoll /ely ,in ih'i  Oli'-r-.(.iioius Cii.'il/ri' n. 'I'll-.. 1/iin.' r irmy  oven luiv * broiiu'iir. r h'i cni'Mri l" Kri.'l-ind  v,11ri ill.*in vv'iuu t'li.jy iifime f.v>>r tlio ' Knn-  iner.Hii XJ'"y.:r.fi. u-i itbon'i. ('SO li.Cfi  [I '  ' ���������  ( ��������� '        ��������� .  .  Y-tere ��������� beine: steadily developed in spite of  he nlump in silver, and large quantities of GOLD  ut of Lardeau Creek within the limits  Price of Lobs   Corners, $150;   Insides, $100.  -wevh taKen  oi Xixie  ���������*" ."WTT  "cownsite.  Af'fLY TO H. ASHBY & Co., Kaslo, or  \ <. "<   :k


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