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V  l    j'f   ����  I o  I 11  Ji   I  ����/  4 <l'  31  -t!  | Pi ���  * ��*%n*  "   Fbt i  11   41 i f ,"��� *'  ^ nv    , ���    i  1 i'M^t^,  - \\ h }���>)��'   i , ,  |SJ      I"       *   M    >      J*  If    ^'1      J  '��� n  i,  V>     11  '��"Mi  111  If 1V��> '^*    ��� ���  ' '���  h W^kiy t^puroi Onimto *��  ;^���� m��''  y'MOklsf-critHntvwtr. TU^4irmHilu7Wfv\ ^Z^^^Yr ,{*  ^ U*-*1^  {uniili^H iwli^oriirU<>Woii i'>ypf   Ft   f,  lhWMV^ itret&iy irV";% S  h   ���.���'m.    si you   "fj1 i\ to i  o  a  rr  ^** M4^i.mi ��  I  1 ^ n/ \AA  * ��4��JI *  I   1  '        '    n i  ' '   i'       'ill  .    ,^'   "   >,    I    >r    <       ii       tl*    ( in'   i.     '  V',iJ',?!.'/1"',1''>'t'.,''-;"l'l'''i   '��'1'   'M'l.',"���,���  i1 i  fo U|     o        * s  , *   < m, i t p    ,'ii.\ I    <  4 .    I   i   I        ( I        (        I ,, I I) W      j*fe&. j),   l1     |l)(   twjHglll,  Hmw wj'y wtrVA tlMiAw^%l\A iMU \\. \hW ^N  I fii ih l^ 11 nt  f 1  t  I)  lilt*  I   ,*  V     I        1 !  J  * f,  H    M  (  ,/  i ��  i  a  ���11  o  'I       ���>  1 Ci  H  i jmI   ��t  I< f J  I j  ��rJ J    '  H' > i   '  *��)  i *��  /   .   \  j ^  /,   �� II 'J  #w J  I   1 II      fl '  1     -��*    i .U   f  h  !  1    '��.  .-��!.':<)���  ... M'   ��  m >  -ii T   ���ni,*Jr-irfir,-'*t'������  ��>  ^^-j  i  is*. *-,-*-  tef"��  [i  ** L"  F~"  Err"   *        -T "^  I  "          *~��  1$ =^   - r    f  !ij-   .  t" f. "^      ^ ^^C  t* !&_'*��*_  r-S_ 'af1 ��� -  *  Si.  -6J  ��� I    .  N W^S*VbTc^WEDNESD A Y^J^UARYj-*^  29  JVOL. V.  _ .._ _   !      .'      ..con   ECONOMIST  is  issokd   evkrv  jTHh M-.l> >N   ' ,]ON;   $2.oo   per  an-  XVTS;r;:u;.INA^ANCK.$l.50.     CORKHSPOKD-.  ^    M     '      ,        URa     INTEREST     RESPECTFULLY  1     ES"1T�� ���        ^ARTICLES   OF   MERIT   WILL   p.  |^;. THESE    COLUMNS.    ANI>   THE    IN  -j      AI)V1-.K1101> CAREFULLY  ���      T..K1.S^     Ol'     KEAOERS     WILL      J��.     *-  " '    ThK1-* .���,   ,������ IMPOSSIBLE   PERSONS   AND  !      0UAKDK1' AGAINST   IRRfcSl Or��blB��.*-  WORTHLESS ARTICLES.  ifiBSSgigg  nVlh, a,ath of J. Roderick Ra^r��-on the c   > ��  B    Nt.Uo��� has lost a p..bl.e-,pmted citizen  and hw  ?SSi f,���,ilv hi. been bereaved of an ..ff-*c.innate husband  m Z �� ter.     The deeea.d, through  hi. �� .ly - .  p financier and the great intent   be   l-����^��>   * ^  |||  xM, might,  truthfully   �����.��f-r,,Mi   'V;"^Xg  ^1   prominent citizen of NeUon   and   one of ^J"*0*  "  L of  the   Province.      During   huv  n,.��,��.��  re-idence in the Kootenay,, he has   -een   fore,.u-t .n  ,h. development of the  indu.Uy will,   which   he has  ,�����   -cUely    identified, and    at the   une of        S  de.th wan  ..undent of the Silver L��o �� ������^'^  Aviation,    an   o^ani^ton     which    Lad for   ��.  principal object the advancement of  .he mm.n>"  LJ.     O, an active turn ofuund, it  n;a    ��.H be  phv-ician -.��� the P��>*t ��f Q*��**o.      ���*-*���* ?"���"*  i,; and entered the royal navy as a  cade   >"   l��5b  r,ce.v.ng rapid promotion.     He commanded a gun  ETtouthe Canadian lakes   dorin-tbe   Feman in-  vasion.  ��  Many of our citizens will be pained to learnol!tto  death of Camilla Urso, which took place at New  vtkaweek ago. Camilla Urso or as *ho >ae  York a week   afeo Frederic Luere, appeared  known in private hie, Mrs *reue  in Nelson in concert, on the  evening j  She hafbeen famou* for nearly half a century  as   a  ;SinU and was bom in   Nantes, France, June 18.  1842.   Nobway,  SwedeT^d   Denmark > arranging  common commercial relations.  gift' .*u^&U��Af  Hi, 'W-Ii-w-ii***'  1(W il   n*v*l ���VV1*'  'f\l       iv   M-jllJl���J1- f  W, 1.   HI' .   fcl     I   .  f.i . ili��imi?\.��  H(! ��.V .I ��������>.���.  ?��   ^'lll-'lj*, If'I  w ���ftv;**i',i"i.-*3  ;!���'</:'���'' 'A  NeUm.Mr, Itiberwon   was   ��i����r - ..  tnhme liberally of hin time H.ui  ruou.v, and to   him  nuuv looked io   carry   the    propyl    ^\^  Hiicc^sful iH,��e.      No solicitor for ��   ^rlhy   char ty  everr.turmHlfro.ua visit to Mr.  K ���-'   euipiy-  hanclfd.     ���'Hewa*amanftake��.i��..;;'ralUndalll  WKhhallnot look upmhia likeagu o  ri.our,HiNu   and heeding    are    no*  Southern Alherla. and home *>f lhe  '  and almoHt in leaf.      Thin is   the   e...  npring pluup;hin^ i ��r a good many v*  ^��>ing on in  .���- are budded  u��m   lecord  of  ing up stovepipes. ^^  t.bt reoorts the Philipines   are being  Governor lAPcreporw  rapidly pacified.   - ��n the ear of John   Houston  that  the  IP it cornea to the ear oi p canai   are  French capitalists -'^40 0^000^ will   probably  hawking it about a^ 0,000flOO^ ^^  buy it a�� ttU auxiliary w *��  service.   i    j   TtWa    vear    is    $50,000,000,  a  Swkden^s budget  thifl    year  great increatfe.  .initaiilrfuiJU.  i��^"l *^***���"flIP,-TJ*'  i.:aa4VS3ai3.  R. T. Lowkuy, editor   and   timu.eu  Denver Ledge, is spending   l��i��    win'-  oi the   New  holidays   in  ���t(  :  r>  Californ.a."   We ni.y now expect t -.' that a hot  wave Iuih struck the land of siii>hi"-"-  Canaiman8 will reKr��t to hetir that   -tie Marquis of  Oiifferin is helieved to be *lyit*l4-  Viuk-Admuiai. Doi.ui.am  ban  ������..��   MM-dnted com-  mander of tin- North   Atlantic*   Hquadr m     o   BUC  Admiral B.dford.      IL�� U tho   li-t. 0 i ..idMii to  thuH honored.      Vice-Admir.il   I>ou J ^   ^   th0   m  of tho late   Dr. George   Mellw    Donjd^s    iimpectinb  Piioknix claims to be in a better position financially than any of the ne��dy-incorporated cities o��  the Province.  Toledo, Ohio, has what is   known   as   a   Church  Hugging Society, which is creating  no end  of disturbance there and at other points in the  State.    It  was at first proposed rather as a joke  by some fun-  loving girls connected with the little village church,  but created so much excitement that the society was  formally organized.     The schedule  approved  is as  follows; Girls under 15 years of age, 15  cents  for  a  hug of two minuter, or 10 cents for a short  squee&e;  under 20 years, 50 cents;  from 20  to 25, 75  cents;  Bchoulmarms, 40 cents; other men's   wives, $1 ;  old  maids, 3 cents each, and no time limit.' The society  haa forty-three membera, and an  up-to-date per for*  44 Ess  IJ  MriBtS*  p>-a*  m  \  r  i ti  ,i* i  -i\ y\-4i\ ::/:��//-���  ���>v ������  ..������ -.f-..  '.r...!V  .��� ?:. ��.',.'  !'' '.' ���������%��� ~~~    - &   -  * >   *  .3     7  d����'  I I  - * 1  1 �� 4   df*  5-   H   ^    ��  .V it  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  4./  '.'f  1*1  ��*?���* hi,  i,f/ o!����  St it iili* ���  ������UtirVTih  t1'    * .-  I    *  j*  t-ait?*  1*    "hi  ��s "��� * 1 ***>1 s  Ii    Jf>Jy#S  �� 3 ��,* i *^  r   <iO���f. �� ���  ���if J.'lS'fVl  :f��  '  ���iff  ���=.       *J '     J^, J*i  **'*��il  "'ill!     ^  mi  kWAf  Cjli*  S*> w c*-  *I��W   1  I'M��  I i  u ��" 4 * flU.  f ft  M  */��  #IW  If'  O" O  iNtRfJ'  '���!>  'o  ��* tj �����  ���t > J  *���*>*��  Ifrfit  f >,  o r ��� ;v;  J  !!"*���  MWairi^i��ifM.-^<^��--j>  ft  Pff  I'm?  mance has been given along the schedule lin��^. Another is set for Feb. 1. Tne older people of the  church are ud in arms.  At Fort Steele   it   i&   beueved   that tha  Sullivan  mine will resume operations February 1st  Thk announcement Unit the New Denver I^edge  has laid in two ions oi co.*.!, ?���* tar lacks* corroboration from any ren.tole ?yuice.  The sugar couf* "ef.ce in Bui^eLs will be a failure.  Denmark    will 6i&n   ihe   irraiy   with   the United  ^taiea ioc ihe sale ul tne Diui.-h   We��?t Indies.  The American  Tobacco   C mipany   ha^   absorbed  four of the iiiige cig *reiie i.icione-i of Cieniiany.  The Mexican leie^r&^n adoi   nitration ir  tnaktii  jyucces.siul experitiieu��s in wirrie-*.-' telegraphy.  Mrs. Bula Abbey, wh- ����r .; >o��ing merchant near  Spartay "Teun.^ia ot-ati a> the it--tili of pulling out  one of her eye* in a Uhhik-ms w.-.o literal interpretation of the Scripture iuj jimhi ��u : l if thine eye  oflend pluck it out mid u.ni m f -tun inee, for il iu  belter to gu into heaveo navru^ ����n*y one eye, than  to suffer lhe lurmenlr* of hell rire.n Sue became  much excited over leligion ea, iy nuc autumn, and  since that time, it i- .-jiid, .-i,e ua.s heon noted for  strange vagaries in ifciiginu.- vv.Hrv  A memorial tjervire in c<*nitn>- ruor.tinio of the fi hi  anniversary of tnedea<h of Queen Victoria was *������ d  la-it Wednesday at tne Ivi^h-o iurcu in Herlin,  and wae attended by the Kvi>^i  Australia peems rather t-�� ��� ,.��s' ,f j iveniie  gmokinc; than otherwt-e. Ji ^e* *��� reoibh , nut ii in  naid that the Au-tra Ji.tfih nav��- ������. r-.����ly diectH^ed the  advisability of attaching .uiukii^ ro.uiin to the  echoola.  ni;  From the mountain.- of New    Htimphhirp,"    naya  the BoHton Traiisrrijit, %> e<une- a David   Harum-like  etory of the    advent of-he.    fir**t   autninnhile,   which  made it�� wppeiirance la^t   t-uiiiiner    having    ctimhmi  one   of"   the   Bleep    bio|��eH    near   Wonalanret    with  disHHtnnm   wiilta   to the    running gear.      The   accident happened near    a    hayfield,    where a   farmer  wan endeavoring to repair a broken mowing machine.  Attracted by the appearance of ihe   change   looking  liorneleHs vehicle, the farmer left hm occupation   and  came out to inspect the remarkable object   with open  oriMthed   a-tonii-UimenL       Af'er   a   few   momenlH   of  oilent.scrutiny be .-aid   to the clmufieur, who vvuh re-  jiairing tlie break a.n  well na be could,/VVlut'   d'   ye  call that 'ere ma<;hine?*      'That   .in ar|.   ?vUtomol)ilo '  i i       .i * vt  urns the reply ;   *wbat do ?ou call your*?' wm'  waggwhly   to   the dibbled   apparatus in the^fieU  al/ wa��^the dry response, with a pmm for a shift  it auto-mo'-hay, but it don't lu  oi coa  > ��;  A mosvm&st v$m recently unveiled at Dtind  Scotland, in memory of James Bcwman Lind��aV  who in 1834 predicted that hotiaet and towns would  noon he lighted by electricity, and that electricity  would be lined in>lac�� of eteain for running nu.  chinery. About fifty years ago Lindsay went to  London and illiitftrated by esp^rimentg a ajBttm ��\  wireless telegraphy, but &$ there wag no practicii  call for such a syatem It wa*�� soon abandoned. Dis*  appointed inventor*-may find some consolation in  lhe remark of Sir William Preece,'"an invention to  Uj of u^e must come at tbe proper time."  The clock of the Greenwich Observatory k the  moat important one in Eurnp��, a^ it furnislie-* cur*  reel time all ov��sr tbat part ofthe globe. It in ItKiked  after and regulated with the greatest care, ami u-  never allowed to vary more than one*ienih of a ��*k-  oud in lime. An electro-magnet ia u*ed for regu-  lating purposes, ai? it would, of.couri��e, be mipo&it'le  t���� correct so filial I au prror by moving the hand-*.  The magnet it* placed near the pendulum, and the  current t* ho timeit that it delays the pendulum if  the clock i* fa*t, or qtitcken^ it if *dow.  o  The Boer colonel who wa* elected to Parliament  from (j.tlway t*e��uiH j i*t a little ��*Jow in detyniu the  Ciovtr.rumenv tnd taking hi* i��e*t9 a* he duclareJ tie  would' do despite ihe power of John Bull** army aud  navy.  Iuk   JioH^land    Miner   ha*    the    following  with  rvyimi    in    the     dt-ath     of   J.   Roderick    -Robert-  Bim:      "   The oewn *d the trag'C death of J. Roderick  Kobert>-ou m New York   yemerday came a-a   gre��f  ami Midden blow to the pe-plc of British  Colural^?  He wan | ei hapt�� tlie ����eHi ktn��wn mining man  in die  provinc*���not only b�� catn*e *d the interest  which he  took m all mailer*   pertaining to the   welfare of the  industry,    but    becat^e   he   himself aH   managinjj  director of the Loudon A B. 0. Ooldfinldd c.iinp4nyjt;  had been eminently HUccje.-rtful   in all hi��  underwk-  ing* and personally diil much to maintain the prestige  of Briii-hCohimbi a an a mining centreof importance.  In the  prime of life, of a cheery,  genial and  who*'  Houled dinjiowitmn, everywhere J,  Roderick   Ko >  Hon went be   wiih   welcomed   by   a   I10.-H of  o>e     '  and   00 all eide* yesterday the one  expression ^*|j  4  Briti-.li Columbia Iiiih met with a   great  loan,  ban.      Mr. Robertrton   did   a great  deal for   Britis^  Colombj.i,      He   had   great   faith   it*   t,l��   m|l,errt  rt^ouree-* of tbe province, and   wnn   so  forturmW  to be able   to   demonstrate   to   the   capitaiiBoi  entrusted him with the expenditure   of their   n��o��V  that hi* faith wan well   grounded.     Ho wiU ho ��>��^  miHHedjand tbe Hympathy o^ a hoBt   of friend* v  be ex tended to the bereaved widow and family 0  . ~ ,v ,..,���., ~S/   "  MIi,jijw��-ortw��iL-W��.  ,- ---!  7  ���f  ���s  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ffLsed in iheir hour   of  Budd@a   and terrible sor  ���^L Jk 1  ^ r^ ^  ?!  i ri   late Count de   Le����ep��,   famoufl   as the   pro-  1 tl^   Suez   Canal, was   travelling  on   one  -      ^j;; iu ft French railway train in a compartment  -It'.*.) commercial travellers.  r::lr pardon, ��r." ��.d oneof them, fancy  ;   jinB he longed lo their  fraternity, "are you   not a  ��� -jtraVc!nIly 1 am," said the count.    - We thought  " . \to\   Wt.ai U your line?"  ���  '   " UthiiHiHen." .  .  .:"���;   ������ Wh-wh what," asked the punled commercial���  ��'what are the) ?" ..,.,���,.���-.  ;    i    ��� 1 a,n introducing ship canal.," *aid De Lesseps,  -^I ^commercial travellers   feared   that they   had  fallen in with a lunatic, and ��er�� ...aking   prepara-  #hu,.1S to escape when   the  Count    tended them   hi*  v^i card and put them at their ease.  Z.J .T  j:!*  ����%&  .-a  -.. - The Medical Journal aays thai the invention of  W$ .pectacl.. is often attributed to Roger Bacon who  :S| died in 1'2'J-l. Father research, however, has shown  SI that in 1285 Savrino degli Armati, a KiorenUn-,  ffl worked gh.se into the form of a lens as a help to  iit vision. For Him, therefore, may justly be ������"��**  ft the honor of having invented spectacles. He died  M in Florence in 1317 and was buried in the church ol  !&���* bant. Mar.a Maggiori. On bissume is the follow-  !~5* iug inscription: 'Here lies Savrino degli Armati,  |^|   inventor of spectacle*.      May God   forgive  bim   his  ^ll *�����*������    a. I), an."  "it nri.     ���     f'h  ' a*   ��� ������j' ���      ��� i iif   T~l -r*-*-  CiRouGB   Loumanh,   who  died   recently  in  South  Atrica, w*g one of   the   greatest   English cricketers.  lie was born in  Kensington   in 1865 and made   his  lina  appearance  in   county   cricket   in   lo84.     No  English team until the breakdown  of   hie health   in  18'J2 wao complete without him.  Htieai sentiment of the noting population  or a degrading desire to gain favor with the victorious party ai Ottawa. For the honor of the manhood of Victorians, let us hope that it was a conscientious change in political sentiment, and not a  desire to worship fab�� gods, that gave Mr. Riley his  maiority.  A native American who became a British subject,  died in England tbe other day. He was Sir Ellis  Ashmead Bartlett, a Conservative member of Parliament for twenty-two years. He was knighted by  Queen Victoria and was more English than the English themselves.  It is said that serious differences have arisen between Premier Murray of Nova Scotia and Messrs.  Mackenzie & Mann, contractors for the Halifax-  Yarmouth Railway.  iss Hobhous��, who was the first to agitate about  the condition of the concentration camps  in South Africa, went out there again recently,  but was not allowed to stay. Her attempts to sue  Lord Milner, Lord Kitchener and other officers, for  not allowing her to remain there, have failed.  t !'        * i*  ���., ���    , ��� -���  J*Y      ��� * " *  yn.. . ���* *****  , ���> ��� ��--l  "���      >        *  /*:- > i" .*���  Sw  ''I  i\ji\'.A!J/B  Oji'��� ��� \ > T  " ���),',A;4  ';��-��wiit  Antow Lanu, who took the part of Christ in the  Oberammergau play last summer, was married at  ChriHtmas to the girl who Pang the u mystical sonR."  Her father i*  Jakob   RuU,   the   village  blacksmith  and leader of.the chorus.  Wi; bolieve there is a universal desire on the part  ���>f our eiiiseiiH to make the occasion of the interment  o( the late J. Roderick Robertson if public funeral.  U i* tilting that a man who has been a public bene-  factor should he thus honored ai his death.  Vkiiv little faith iB ontertained thai th��  Condor is  ���OU allont.  Aluminum has jurt been employed for thecon-  Btrur0n of a new fireproof curtain to be need in  theatres The curtain i. sixty feet wide by^ fifty-four  theaww.    i ne aluminum sheet*  one-  u ��u����� has found great favor in the  ��� THB ofThe Turk No man may enter there .��-  "The lord and master, but he has graciously per-  XTlllole of man to be heard in this wonder-  fui talking machine.  * AV��*.����>rainarv cases of vaccination  One ofthe most extraordinary ^  UNB " . ��� Qrti��nftkv a Russian Jew, in Win-  ,. that of W^^S;; hae been vaccinated  nipeg, who, ^doColr��;BSo^mo'n lell8 i9 that he had  in theear.   IJe'tory ^  neighbor's  8 r"lhi rtlth Ld been hlindled by children, a!-  ^^rrid-   swollen and inflamed,  and the doctors fear blood-poisoning.  Von the first time the city of Victoria hao return,-  a Liberal representative to the Houae of Commtme,  and the majority is simply overwholmincs* Thio niwy  h* tahon either to indicate a cjroat ohonQO in ftho j>o-  nirmN(4 lh�� chances the skaters are taking.  Considering in��c .       t\rn*\na,  *u��<ddents  there are remarkably few serious skating  accidents  this season. ______-~-��.  CA8��9 of non-euppoH are becoming very frequenj  in the court*. Very often the accused a* not  wholly io blame.   te ,0 atii-B th-t a monument should be o^cted to  p.rpotnato thofam^olj^^1-  of the Bow  waif  o��  ��"��-   ���� eta'i>re"  tty ehouM aat in in 800th Mnaa.  Wwiia  -11��� -ir  >>W   ��   <*^ --O.'i'f)-'  '--^���^���rr*  *'."^ffWhwit.,.^���^  ,w,.T.t��,.>J|1  :-;;!:;-;i'i'''  ,{-...!>   .  '--:-il>-  !\-'-.i."-tt  lA'l'  r  ���#.,..;.���;��� -"������  ^v^-r.;.-.^''  * '.it  -Mjh  A:A-:  \^.r' ''':"-"'"^lV'  :' 'A.-. >:-lf :.  f '     "'���..-  - ''':'������ ' ���/}*'���.:  Ol.." Oi ..'  ;.#'���'.������... ft:  '.'1f'.':Or<   Mi  'A'.M-:A/-:-:--/:  ���:v ���;;.:;��� ���:":'..������.��.:'���������;  ..  ..       ���.   ������.!,.    .'   '������li  ���, ������       ���  '�� :.--i/--.i/'!:" ''/���'  '���-J if-'  ';'.....il:   -:''i/  S f iff -^-   ^*  trusts I  r-fii  us;  '" 1  I  t  i-  It  k  Hf  if '*j  'lin'.  .1  ���!��.'!>:"'"!"1i..  ���    ''"V.^  ���!!������������':-.���'  .A---'::!  i(.,;.  '���'���"I.".':'  0. lfV.*v' '���'  .,���.������.,  /J  "A'" ii ���' ****. !.-,._     ^  I  i  .. . J      ^3  "l     1    <  * I ���  1 I J  I    I  3  ��      1  i    j  o ; *  s *  . '**��� *i  ���%**��  o?  s-r  ��      7!  >  ^               It    f  'f   ���  ����:���  ^  rl  f  ���*. *  -Jti  if/'  a>-  *�����  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ���id  US1C lovers are   looking   forward    to a    great  treat   to-morrow   evening,   when th*?  oratorio  8tabat Mater will be rendered at  the  Opera   limine,  under   the   direction    of   Herr    Steiner.      The   rehearsals have been well attained and excellent work  has been accomplished.     Tbe soloists are Mrs P&rry9  Mrs. Hannington, Mr. Kydd and Mr. Grizelle.    The  chorous    of   f-ome   sixty-five voices is    com posed    of  members of the different church choir*, accompanied  by an orchestra of   fifteen   pieces.      The proceeds   of  this entertainment will go towards lhe   Presbyterian  church    fund,    and it is hoped    I hat   the   patronage  will be liberal.  A number of kind-hear'* d  >or;e y wome-   In    New  York are interesting I h^m-elves in wbai  ;-<���>   ��*o    lie  nickel   concert.    Tney   a.e    me-nh^?*   of   p��o.fi*;n��'ut  music societies and came toiheeouc   i- ����;j u�� ��� * ���� ne-***  ought to enjoy   what   th��*y are .ptjruiir.rd    l����  .po.--*-��-�����.  The idea is to furnish good music   Jo lii#* po-*r   people  at five cents a head.      Tnecoicens *viii he   ^ivvu   to  the public school buildings, winch hove hrm t-* uYird  by the Board of Kducauou.      A  i   the mu-a:   will he  high class, although   the   programme w Is    naturally  vary, so as to fit the locality iu   winch t <e comeri    is  given.      The first idea was to  charge  no   admi-Mon,  but on second   thought, a charge   was  d-cided   upon,  so that self-respect ii��g men and w-Knrn woinl ,iio-u��l,  without  feeling that   they   were   oijc.s.f   rh.niy.  The price was placed at five c-nt-,   so   that the   concern* mhfh*  h�� ...., i "     *'  M-.Ml^mu.    of   culture, n,a���v ���f lhptn  iiaii.��n��l r,.������tnlio,. "ir.     '*���!..,;���) y,"  ���**������� o  iml.nr.,1 Wi,flll  desire i���   ,            ' '">'   h��d  b��D  ��'V M...l,^ka    ��,,d    her    huO.a.nl C ���.         , '"*"?  f��i S.n..-, Ana Valley.        Here ���,ev ,.     "  hel^-  ��*��"�����������    another   ,hey    .|riflrd   ij     !  S,enkle��,,z ���rm>I1K th,m,   J���Hvillg  behind  on,''J  great actress. ��ni) ��e  _ ��. L. Unno,,   leader   of ,|,e   Methmli-t  church  ^^"����..n...yth.mrm.HfW,iI,htlchoir|tt7r2  ���'��� "-�����" appreciation of hi. work a.^ng,/ lhem  ���*������.*��������*������ ii*iwi..im��-> MMami  Prln.^.M.u.l.   the  young^t" d.u.hler of Kin,  fc*-"-r.l   and no��   Princes  Ch.r|�� of   l)enmark  he    hv.lH-.t,    and    ��he  Engli,h h {  h.nk   ��he,.reUiMt    princes in    Europe    She can  "J- '������H.k,,;cien,irirHlly nur.e a nick pa,ie���,,��j,t  *>����. r.it,r   ���de a Meycl,, .-pin. ww,   and      sb five  |.>nVr*.,,t language,, including  Ruwan,  which g��?  to ^ho���v a greai diversity of accomplwhrneDU.  L  I"  fe3  P  B  1  l'- K v.J. ��;lirlt Morgan has accepted a. call to  the charge of th* B.ipibi churcbat Rtmhnd, and  preached hi* farewell sermon here last Sunday even-  -ng* Mr. Morgan ha*-mnc!e many warm friends in  Nelson, who wit! regret hi** departure.  certs might be withi-i the reach of a  i.  It ie curious to notice the great number of centenarians whose deaths are recorded in the official  returns of Irish rural districts. As an instance of  the longevity ofthe Irish peasant il may he pointed  out that the death of persons upward of sixty yearn  of age registered iu CVnnaught last year amounted  to over 50 per cent, of the entire deaths of the province.  It is said that it i��cnm:ng to be lhe fashion again  to u-e the word   " huly", and tbat the word uVmf  initUoih better favor.      For mmw time now modish  periMiiiH have called    ladies u women", and pariier  ** function,-*-."      There    wa����     some    excuse   for  the  farmer substitute, because " 1 idy" was often so mh-  iir��d as to make it   appear   ridiculous     The me of  44 function*' for "party" bus been a in-- fad that probably started as a pleasantry and gradually  became  hahu, hut there is nothing to warrant it* vogue.  It  i* a Man, borrowed, ���tngJieis.-d word which the  English language does not need.  Deep regret is felt throughout the Kootenay and the  i.l'l i.��i  .   ! I  .. .1 �� . ���        m. Iff., mm if  TheManonB   of    K,|MI|1    if)l,I)(1  ���,      .  H;;,"j'"l��-����-'-ii.M^��Hl,,eel>ni,Ki;v,lllr^  nay, February 0 n ,,H  Notmanyoflh��th���11Hill,dH���fA,,,��ru!ilI��� v,���, rMl|  ��'���'��� murvfewint-'O,,,,  v-,,1, ��   i ,       '"'iread  ������������������KH      ��"��t    tlliH       II,.,.,,..;,,,,      ,.���..      j,,       , '.'     ,,,m,"d  ������-"���" -f M:...s....i   (j v";:*'*, ,,,b  "'�����.���,)IS,-|ll,(I,1,,r,   ,.S7,;f     wjlha '��  ���*'V"1;  S-��"- ^   m,H,IW   wej,;,, f  l"����^��-����'��."Jin��atN8WYurk,.MHlHdi on,  l r-.*--    ������-.-���w%i��i<kFi��|t*) if-F��a v   v ||-rj   t��i'��1/'';J III.  province generally over  lhe   death of   Rev.     Henry  Irwin, perhapH better  known   herenbotitB as  Father  Pat.      His deatb   occurred   in a   Ment��real   hospital*  The following jH an extnict from   an   article  written  by the    K-v.   Chan.    VV.   IJedley,   rector of   Christ  Courch,   Rossland,    which   appeared in   ihe Jan. 1  Church lieeord. Toronto:    " And now coming to ^  own   town and   parish  of   Rossland.      The   foundations   were    bud   here    by k Father    Pat' (the,  B��*'  Henry Irwin, M. A.,   Ox.m.)   some   yeard ago.      ^  wax a milling   camp,  *wi<|e.ofam$  as   the  uxpro^ioa  goes, the leading camp   in   the**,   parts.    , Working  among tbe men, wry much ooe of tbenmelveM, op����-  bearted and broad minded, <.iirHim the sick,  |4>vi,,-S  bin ail to thoso in u��-edf caring for men'rt  budit!r�� and  houIm with u    free and    ea^y   devotion  ahd    rocltlt*^  disregard    of sdi.   thin    iini^r^    parrioii"wun. t,ieir -*"  ���3  t  ��' *  TH�� NELSON ECONOMIST  -*  jart* as  a  done.  iuldfiU a  ,*���2?*S.  more  conventional   cleric never could  The  good   stories about  Father  Pat  iuMi  book and   ehockeotne   good people   at  ?    tl hi- memory   is a  valued   legac>   for  his  ..   w*.bul hl- RowUnd"     began     to    grow  ?��T O  he went   further afield,   and  no*   that  '  v'    J'loLr a golden mining camp, but a  staui  -?T    , what   deposed   town,   the   work of   the  *}nd   pomewnav       y urosaic and  conven-  /*|tiurch haB assumed  a   mora   proaan,  ^ionaltoae/'  .,#rt��^iMid tree was  cut recently   in  was 21 feel in circumference.  .    ��..���.;,������,*    tdants   known is   the  -       one-I the   -no-*   curiou*P>*��*  -^toothbnuu plant, a specie- id  creeper   ��lft.c     g  -"-'in J -win      The native" cut a piece of the -item,   ray  '"' . \���d u-e H for a   toothbrush, tne.r dentifrice  * " i the tjiKis ano u-e it io* ��*   vv"  ;fJbeing made iro.u Uie dead item* pulverized.  �����   *��t   *\*%-M  - *, lithe vener.nle Lord Uwydyr, now in hie nujety-  SS second v,ar. I.ve�� t, -ee the. coro lation of tae King  ��i next .la,,,, i, *..�� t.ave ����,��,, lb, f urth ceremony of  ^th. a,-....*.:,."-*! >.v him. H�� l-^ence mil  ' ���' ��   Ipm   interesting   than  S.5? ihB ,,,, I- of n,e late l.uly Care*', who d.ed re-  i'.-J reiulv 1., li.-r o,,-- li.indr.-d and fourth year.  13>,*- ' Jft  ^'f     Th,r, .s ���., -o.ov living a -in^ desc.ndent in the  ���?������{ ma|e I of i::,u,.-.er, Sh..ke-|*are, Spencer,  Milwn,  ��& C,wl,v, tUi.l..-. Drydeo, 1'ope,   Cwper.   Goldam.th,  PI  Bvr���i;.,rM,M-;iu,tml����f  Sir  Philip Sidney,  nor  ���   of Si,OV,lu-r li-l^b ; not .me of Drake, Cromwell,  H.u.m���Ih���,   M.n.k,   Marlborough.   Peterborough,  of  SeUo,,; nntm.roi H.diiinbrok-, Walpole, Chatham,  I'.U, Fox, K.uk-. Griittanor   Canning ; not  one  of  hV.on, L���-ke, Wton, or  Davy ;   not one of Hume,  liiblxm, or    Mi-caiilay ;    not   ������   of Hogarth,   bir  .Uhii:, Reynold.-, or Sir Tliomat* Lawrence ; not one  DivuUi,tnic!: John Kemhle, or   Bdward Kean.  -   r ��� ���*�����,  ���t *       *  ^    '   \  * ������Vi "t  r  .*  ���t-     .. c:  �����> tf    yi  r     -"   'i  i ���>  irt;  M.-li't rv-t-i-i'l-i  ��� . *-->l)  1     .. I.. ���   ���!  (����� ��� ;��� I". ��  'I''.   *       A  ttll't.   ��� J  *"���*>' vs  ,V ?'*  ��� '   'III   *'}  . >     ,    .��  1 4  ���ft  -i  I       t  France demands reparation from China for the  murdornt Father Julien, a French priest, and two  Chines convert-at a village in the north of Kwang-  Si province.  PEARLS AND TOADS.  OUY   WISTMOUW CAHWVI*.  Once on a time, lon�� yearn agof  (JitHt when I quite forget)*  'I'wo inairieiitt lived tkealde the Po,  One hlonde and one brunette.  The Monde one'a oluta-awster wiwj iwlh--��  I'Vom morning until eve ahe tuniletB^  Wbereaa the one wSiow hair wan lirotvw  l>id little eluu than pine siimH frowBp.  (I think one oiBRlit to tow ftlio M"��  At.^irlt) wfiad rilwftyfs rfrmviift ^��m-1 R>-i"f' fl  The blonde one learned to play tbe harp,  LU���� ;tti ucvompliBhed dames,  Aim! trained her voice to take C sharp  A*  v *u iM Biiiina Eames,  M t le basket* out of aeeuted grass,  And paper-weigbts of batnmered brass;  And lou of other odds and ends  k\>v geuttenia i  and lady friends,  vl thi n k it takes a deal of sense  To manufacture gifts for gents !)  Tbe dark one wore au air of gloom,  Proclaimed tbe world a bore*  And to.ik ber breakfast in ber room  Three mornitigs out of four ;  With petulance sbe seemed imbued,  And everything sbe said was rude:  Bae sntit'ed and sneered, and, what is more,  When ve��*y much provoked, she swore !  (L think tbat I could never care  For any girl who learned to swear I)  One day the blonde was strolling past  A woodland, all alone,  When suddenly ber eyes she cast  Upon a wrinkled crone,  W.i<> tottere I uetr witu shaking kaeea,  And said :   " A peuuy, if you pleasei^  And you will leant with much surprise  This was a fairy in disguise.  (I tbtuk it must be hard to know  A fairy who's incognito !)  The maideu filled her trembling palms  Willi coinage of tbe realm ;  The fairy said : "Take back your alms  My heart you overwhelm !  At every word tbat you let slip  A pearl shall tumble from your lip !"  And when sbe reached her borne that night  8he found the fairy's words were right.  {I think there are not many girls  Whose words are worth their weight iu pearls)  It happened that the cross brunette  Some minutes later came  Along the selfsame road, and met  Tbe bent and wrinkled dame,  Who asked ber humbly for a sou.  Tbe ��irl replied : " Got out with you !��'  Tne fairy cried : "Each word you drop  A toad from out your mouth shall hop !M  (t think that nothing incommodes  One's speech like uninvited toads!"]  And then it happened that the blonde  Lived on In Joy and bliss,  And grew pecunloua beyond  The dreams of avarice;  And to a nice young man was wed,  And I have often heard it said  No other man who ever walked  Most loved his wife when most she talked.  (I, think this fact alone, forsooth,  Goes far to prove I tell tbe truth.]  The cross brunette the fairy's joke  By hook or crook survived,  nt still, at every word she spoke��  An ugly toad arrived,  Until ai last she had to come  To feigning she wan wholly dumb.  Whereat tho suitor* a warmed around  And bo a wealthy mate she found.  p think nobody ever knew  ' Tho happier ItiuouaHid of the two ffl  \ 1?     * ? ^ --** I-  "IS^F       ~    "      ,  -     IS  4**1 5      3T3A  -ai  "lilt-^ .      "      \f  Jell   ^r*-   ?3%  �����*** *��*),�����.       *Se  4:roji  ���fi  *   sj  Li->     **J��  I r .��� -  i  ..*���"�� * . ��� i./  ".     .��   J,*, i  tr -. '-* -- r w  ,J1   -r_  .-affi;  m-iu  mtir/r-Z'.i  ftp i - 5 ���* *  i       IT        ������. -  ':  3 ������ "tt��� -���--���-.   ��!  a j.    *Z���   * "     mt\  -   ���    ��..���    *   tit*-       -J  Si'tf    ��--     '  -1  *�� Ir^-r^j  ��� 1 ��� II i�� ��,!!.- i*l:    ��*:  ���.)_... t;>5  ��� ���Ml"-. *����������*"  ���JT    " "T-J  lrw"��3i��i  1*7   I ��������-��� I*- !  ��-**lf*'^^  i  At11** J  fc\;-*jo-*?  llftftj  i  '"is  l^^C|v|<'<^t��*4*<  I  IT-yi  *rVV  v*>��*waiMi  ��*}���*�����-}  Jaw  Ml  ��*... ij  ta- I 1  i ^  i ��  i   j  i   i  4  *  1  O jf )  "ft  4*  *   ���*  "A  Art  \ *-*��  eIp  hi  ���"t  i  ���, t**w   i sL  hJi.'B  |*-W'-*1  fWii m  UJ A  K  w  [t  f/5  In  o  A"'-*ii-Jjj��i,   JV-u. ?  r. �����  ?!  n in mer  ��� ��������� ���,    : ht-v  Hi"  OR yeans the deep and   tortuous and  ureal  hays'  on the Lanrador coast  afforded   a   .-������.��� b*   haven  to   bloodthirsty   pirate** ami rovers of i h��* -a-a-t  who, driven by hot    pursuit    ir-'.iii   more   f-eij ,*-i, ��-a|  water**, repaired  to the northern -h>*re o> in- j H  ; ueir  shattered vessels.      Here dorm**;    the   -h ���?:  they recovered from their   wou-ui-  ;   Iter-,  recreted     their     booty  ;       here       pt-reli anc-  sough? trea-ure of Cap . Kidd in iv ��>-* noni-i, \\ n-��  Can tell whai se-rets are h~hl r.irever ��:i t;����< ���.���.*���������� --  of these Wave beaten and rot kb ����ind ~u*0'>- ? Won-  drou* traditions are told of imhlen -.v.* a |i i�� mt h*nra-  d-rf ami th nt these are.not old u'ie;��,> ia 1 -- iiih Iaie  glory of Manning may cimviinv i ne renter :  Toward   the   close   of   the    enjhtee-nih   o'-iturv    a  Seo.ehnian  named  Manning settled *tn  the hti��r.id*ir  coast and aloie and unaid-d f *��11 -wed : he i>*;i^*n ami  precarious   calling   of   a    ti-heruiau.      At   t he clo^ ,-f  each sea.-��ni he vi-nted Newfoundland   t ��   dc-po-t*   of  his ca��ch to the   Enghsn    \ railers, A>ny    hi-*   -na>ok    of  provisions  and then return io h;.-. l����u��"iv dwrhiuo ?,i  pa-s the long and dreary win er.      Kor   -rveal  vr.ir<  he led this life Hit,   by ntsecue-nv h avnig   ami->ed  a few hundred dollar-, a kire.it  l-msitng r-eiz-d   rotn  to  see his fistive land.     A��cordn��iii y he   cr����>-ed Dir* A!-  lanlic, and during the round ����f vi-it*. to   hi-   .Sir����� *��ti  frieiiO?-  tie   in~\  a  h omie   fas���   wh-Mti   ?��e  per*'! t i-d    .��  stjare his  Lihrador home.      Fistino ou;  a small    ve**-  Bel   or scbootier, he  .-ei   -ail   fur    Amer.ca    wr. h     i��m  young bride and a   crew   of harriv  i-ettier.- and their  families. his %vas in  the vear   l,Si)n  Hut afier t weive months of indu-ory    at    [,i-> ni{����r  Manning     g*e>v      ie*��lie**H   and      prl'-U-drd    ���'  lift  d*ri-d    -ud.i..i,ly    fr.����   hi*   ,,iacp     ,  ���.*���.��,,.���! ,*.���*��� ���,,������ ,|rr<     &h^   v    ot h.dmg S{,M  tr;..-.. ..|  (,,- f .,     i....j|..f v'0 ^'"'UI  '��"���     ��'">���    ��������     M.��     ,\,.:.,.���c.      Vi.     I     '     'UM'��  ��;'���"-��� V-.��'-t *a, -e.u out. a.,d ,l,e 'i 3 J"M  I hi? I..-..* .it   i ,vu  Vf..(.|. ���,,.,)    ,(,^:-  >i   .mil   inj-ir  crew., in ii. l  ; '��� ,,,�� "'"���"' '"   ^������������l- f-r H ,,-rv.u.:.    Tl,i.,,,!  ��-C".a I- |.r..|.,M.���,.- ���m   ��SH,.i.,r,   ,..id   im�� ,lu, ,  I lie  tte^ .����)  pm-ip;{inh fr.  gotttrii   }2atti*�� into  i:����� ���  j  i��-��-��t  i  ot  ���ni     n a ����i ��� ���<  a  *����� i t  '���al tiMi        ff   u*  ��    1   -> �����- ;   \  He  I  r  active and d.ui -.g .-.pin Is  m  tli"v   inro    ?.*  ] .j  ��� hint  in    a     new    prujeci.       Toward     * ne    iail��-r   s��ifi  O,:ioher, 1807, ne   placed    hi-*   eH" c*-   on    t��Mrd   n  ves-el  and  i|iiie'lv .**lipp--d o?i t. ����f  t:**'    niro.r.    He  -r  mini ng ti�� 1-aH a   11 le of pi r,,c v.        A . ���"   h ���-  of ttjrift and indu>try -e��-.i.��-d    t ��� n ��ve    on   nj,Mt  Verv  demon of ad veniu   e -eemed     *  ��  ��t��ve iir.v<  hl>   l��eller   feeillijiS   .i ltd   W J pe��!   t' It     .1  tion, for wiih    Jnartie--  rruej  y    tn*  his    wile ami  ymin^ child        A r-'rao-'e    1 <��� 1 a  -n . >>,��  J and, f t r frtim i i ��� ��� rn - ��� and k i ml r H, i m   f i  e ��.f ? ne u n ���  t����rinnate   uoriuui    i-    m��i    kno^n ,M����-l    pr��-ha'-.v  hhe did  iiul .-in vive he/   cruel   treat men    Jou-j,  Ou   lhe    coji-.l     Ih^re     is  now     a    Mi.-aJi     ,�����-'? jemeiit  Ceil led  Mutton   Hay or Mecca, iua   llarn -r, a >n| about  a  mil^-    ea<-t  of  Itn- het f b-iiien t   i�� a Heep   mb-f    eiijed  French *'  1/ Anre    anx Mor��-tM or   Mav ��d    1 ne    Deail.  'Ini- hay 1- scre��-net I a.ike from   ihe   furv of ihe   .-e i  Mini the iiu-e/v#i i,mi tu    pi**-ing    V(!"fi-    hv a   mii.i   I  inland  which i.--   easily    mi-taken   !������������ the   maiulaml.  jUiKier the ru^^eil ami   f-owning   cliffs    which   overhang the  May ��H ih^  J)e��d, -oeali'H    l<eenu-*eah    n\d  ''burying ground  \-ta-Mnre,    M��nning    ami his   companion*-     landed S��cure|v     --lielleied,      there    thev'  per eeled   iheir  plan-   l >r a !ife ,,f   piracy    anil    blond*  hhetl, and  in   trnili n�� --jac roiihl  be more    admiratnV  adapted for Mich a conclave.  The c,otir.-e taken Mn-n by ve-r-el-* on their wav to  Quebec f'Min Kufo. e v\ a - tnrmiu'h i be rnrai^ht of  l.ejle     J.-iet    c:io--e    ,0   1 hi<     north    shore   of    the    St.  1  {V     l,M,#4  a    ��',iHiH    w��"   H.,,t out   annually',v    the  iJr.l.Hu    g.voriiinent     wiih     ih���     |MV    ���f   .,;4    \    Ul"  :;o,,|y, ,    WI|       n        I|m    |i|f|ki||i^(i|rk��|(-  y    ���-I- (in,uNHcnn,s    of      danger,      ,he       ������llmi  lhe      inland,     when       Manning       vJiib      bin  '�����������*��� tn-d  in- jtiraiw   iti'.it    ��i-    i,^.,(   jj  Ilea*      ���   ,|IW  ,.j 4i<t, pMU   tlIgnlifJ|>lUje!r df^Jc^  ^ - aHdel  10 tn~ hmg n*i a IrtM.I v 0111 umd hy x��  J1- d.nir-u     w,e en K-*n..K   di^ovrv   ami ^  ,i"VUl* ,M n,r# *'hi-e ihiit deid men trllVi |;i|^ ^  *n*o^r,i nts #�����������.���! ah.ut tne i.^ro. He.r^o.vJlJ  01 s nt- ir��- ��**ir-, ami Untier rover oi a htiailinj  ���-   ��   iN wiule to,* mumler   r��leii   ami the  h-h n ii^  C'   -|.    i|,r   -k\,   tie   tMiirrtrd   III-      ill  five   *tn ��f| ea-k*.  Uiiii me a-*i--f.-iiirt9 ��if the negro he placed th^m  in ;���- many ij.^. (n u,eoa| hurv n^ gn,uti*l ����f the B.J  ��� f ne DenP M aVlng acco npu-ned th!-*, ��w s��nM-<v  '���."''-���'ii ��hi in- UniofHiua.e neom an! pi��|(��jf-��U  k        "   into  hi.*   h**a<l A'*  the  llfeultoi -iu-vlV ��-tia i  a- a, n- ;W!. ���.,) ,||H. j,.JIM r ,ri|| l>f h,��� vh-tnii arnn-l  ?n. iv.oral <a-k. A tni** itrend uiottieu*i in** �������!  S ��� ��'ii -uprr.-tu ion- .i-urn a-��-t��rtetl n->r-{j', a id *  '������' ��� veil in ���; tne ".% . ;������ nr* m| 1 ne oriti* w.����lal K-4>  f.i ,..| iivi" |l,e ; re ���-,!���-. oreVrntl'ii* auV H>i\*e^'r^  '       (      Oer   f��..j||      ,     ..   ,        ;,      ^   ,, [j,.     t'||r.|t     l|--J��dl   ��|��  ' ' * * 'i "*; Hi- fi-��' (0-K�� Hi oJl- f ��mi ����f it*,-0>',�� g  J "'-      -r      ' ��    o ��� K- - .-.-ii    111 Htint,   ivno-e  ri-\vr-����:*  {" ' '���*" "'Oil J. ! * .vr-fi.jai, 'wMilhl lliU��e-*l -mf;,,'-B  unit at earn a..|.i e [ KfiVi* l|f placed i* s one ���'> 1  car     v   OKI   Hie   ,,   ��,���   0.1. H  A ibiun i|,.- |,i;,,t#. -euiiuelw -a*v tne uiaii-ofo\of ^  sarine ihr.aijh ne >\*-,i*.r>i pir-a^e anil UvuM t ||  '"'���'''I  lh-ir  ir    ea- S-H   wa - ouick I v -H��. ����������! ,!,rt  Miio,iner eM* iped     Uioii^n   lhe   rii-lem    nil ������ IHl.      "'<J  s'or-u       ,,f       i!,,.        jirev   e|-       niijllt  xs   hi        and lieiffv        Tne        >��ea       whs  ���"     fur\.      The     ��� ,, v..-     ran      td^h,    sinking  ve--el  wi  h re*   .i|..-, f,.rcef i nrovviiu henni a sunken  M,��f>       W\> h de-pa;.iL'    -tnieKr*   and    prayed   t(�� l,i?  <��� oil    wl  i.uv- niMy    hid   outraged   her  vvr��oli*'��  ,!r***    *v#"M    ia inche'l     io'.o    uternilV.        All   w'effl  thought to 1, i ve pen-hed.  Twenty vear- pi-ed, a new melioration |��^*' uft  and theMorv i��f M inning and his . X|dnila *v,ir* ��,H  "t.'h forgot en.       The,,, as now, trading vo-**-!4 frJ|"fl  N  'Vn      Si'oiMa      frei|lletited      til*'    Coast     IO HUpl'V  K'.'itferMl ���-ellbuiienlH   With   t h- OeCeSHHTicH  (d ll^>  ft  c�� iving'm  return  furs and  fnh.  ��� r fhc'0  In    o-   yea?     bS.'JO    tho    oapUtU   of   oiie   <"   l   '  V^,-'o happened  to he 111 an  inn   in   Ifu!if.��Kl!l ^.|h  !a-i ed  ne  m  N  1  n pi,* ���"  i- r lull  a I   h'ii.i.       They observed    'hut an   old na'-ls ;     lf  J . . .      �� ��� 1 ..i��J sviii'-1  HVf      hi-   -IIIIUIIMr   Vuyilt'<��-   VVMlIt!  Hlll'��killt!   ���-  r   ���   .    .   j.  a  n,P'     J^t  t   tahin  near tliens, Mi|>ping bin .�� hatdcey  an<  . .,,* _   1  ~~3  -   yt  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  9  j hieh\v iniereftted in their   conver-  )wlV( appeared hi*,my  ti,n- , .in Blank  left   the   inn, the old    man  ,ptaiu nnmrv   ���,i��*��tii��ii��d  ��'h   , V"'1      ,   the st -t and eagerly   questioned  ^^ " hr  dor cast.      Before th-y   parl-d  "l3"l,,lUl      ,;       ,miie i�� Uke him iu th- Bay  - ."rt ,hr;i: IS 'i"i����- Cii��,iii,n uut  "n    hi,     here ..ncedurmR ,. great   hut,,..      I.  :    Jll":i:1        v thcwarm    rays of   ihe-u,,    had  ���"'   V;?";. rrier, of the   c��.,C un     liU-.k,  r1    ": nl.e     sought the   ,,,ysu.r,..���-   ..d  ���lil""' ' ,   dvmgof    f-ver.      A.""    ��!'��  :i"|1'"l";1,';il   n     ne     a.*-to..i*h��d   am.     H .m.r-  -n* a a 11>. i , .  t t ��..*  Hiv ol  the  lleiui.  .    iMl"u-      ,..������.), w.th   bia-ohem.,,-  '���"'-"-���  '     -'I       x.,       f.e���ra,,d de.pa.r he d-d ".--'i  " ,    . The imi.IHIii  w��-  t.���� hil.l  :l  ������Mil    ",H  ^.:4. ..,,���>,,,��� ,;,,:Oy,o-:uiror   .heH .;    *������      -  T^4 ,.,-t.h,- .hi- :,,.,.r..m-i,r.l will, ��.,.���   .nn.-i   -'��'    '  ;.;-."''"-" " i     .     ,_..,. ,,,- ,iii- t��i��.-e fil ii't.ii, uie  ^*1 .;v,.S , l.aMr��n��-.......t '---/-'J:!';  K^,M,Ou.-r..luS.i  ,...e.rn...,.     W   ;- ^  *-Sf-"ff . ,     .     v. ne<34lh       death,    death!  i-j.it I a-     0:1,11.011-*      wonis  : l?eatn,      "lrtU >  S���TV��l-����nuded  in    ills clitHn-tl   ear*. t...rH|tf  fel   A 1.ll!,1,.,v,r.pr,,.h.i.��,*mn;>';J    '   ->  ���priMir,..,..:.! M,,.u-tl, t,.   ,.rder   n,e   *:r'*>v l"   '',', ,���.;,.  $m\>- .-.,.i,.r  , wonder,,gal , lie s.ranuec Imu �����     ' *���"  iKBSU,,, \,,f.       Am *ll��''r-��    ofCap.au,     >1;1 "k *  m*-->�� ..i    ,  R:0,U* I.V   name.        '1 "   C,l"'"    ���������"!  VvlmO- r..l,.M   a ,.,.���( II,.- ����..y    and    .l���r..,tf   l����e    l|".��  has of late, without apparent eff>rt, become very  wealthy, and rumor hints of treasure trov��. touch  is the storv of Manning as related by a native of  lhat bleak and desolate coast, and, though the  mellowing hand of time has thrown a halo of  romance over the picturesque Bay of the Deid and  the deeds done there, the main facts a,e well  established.  SHORT STORTES  Here is one of the  many   stories told   ^ ^e   late  le,, ( ,ul theb.sho,) I *a< h-ddn.ga serv.ce.near  rL��a ��i'la��e ca.np. My thin,, -^T^  H��H,uti�� a lod,e, and ���!����.���� .*....* J �� ��*��  lltti clnt- whether U was safe to leave ooeiu  whiW- 1 went 10 the village 10 hold a serv,ce. Ye.-.  I;!'",,,., 'perfectly safe. "There is not a white man  wiihtn a buudreil  niiies 1  i���     tne.   manner     ��t    bnerlock    ll,lllie-- t  l>       i     l.       H-itine- '���**'       inquired      Mr.      JU-L  ^    Sneriock      lloiine- . ^   H mane  l>,v kA    person    who      has      neeu    m  ice     l).t>. a    i n the reply.     " Who  ������o.r.��us ny Couai. 1>ovJ^ ;.tl,msel   came  ���; ��    continued tne ju��ijt��  Then counsel   came  ,> iief      i:iMm..^eu y    r. - ��� explained,  |l|in, rescue.       "toiierloek   Holnie ,      nee   p  ������',. the name of a nook, i".y   lorcL  v iva-.   li mI  lelaled. t*��   |iiin    �� he     "l"i'v  5tVST,'.,   ,   w..,r, na-,.,1.    ��',,a  ...�� .*..rll..-r    ,UI--m|..     �����*-  ���^���J.���o,o,���,.,.., ,���.. w.-aiu, <��� i��- o.o-'iy ���*�� i'*;r- ���;���  P~|u���. M-,r  1SI50 UirkMtt-. til   n  in   '" d.Le   i(U��a..d    l.v-  ^M.u i,. ���!).��� 1',,11,-d S-.att-s *'��< a na.i-.ui.l man.     _  ri?      1., dr.-.,,.,- and iu his waking hours ihe apparition  %t* of M.,,,,, llui.d,..��*.d him. ��.. ^hishim'.. ��oi��' |- ,ia>  i^T���  ,.fi,���0)  .,,1   ,nd-.-.���iir.- a,.! I   ei-u-e.   Old inlnihllams  V,'5}.,ft ..,., ,;,v   .ha.    ,,, tlia.    y.ar,18tf0,   a   Htramte  j.:''>j v.���..'. il.,Mlr ,!.*��� Aiii-rii*.i.i tla* -ail--.! i.il.ohe liai-  zAd I-...!,... ll.,v ofil.e D.M.I. T.o'cap.a.n who.e  J*>-a .... a..- -..a. II, ,-k,i,s, hired a lishi.^ boat and �� nl��  U13 "*'���',.,���,. v ,-,^.,l!..d m li..|iiii|! operaii..ns spent a  ESS P-... |...n..f I,i8iim.-in exploring llwhore a ��  ~"iT�� . . i .    ;.,   ,i,u   invster oils  *r."M   Hi:;'.!,..:        Ali.-r a inonlh   spent   iu   this   ���������>���'".  $$St   ��:'��- I'-.!,��� pari.Hl,   rHiirninii, however, the   ��*dl..v*mi,  fc-:i   Mi.nn.r.       A^nn    he   was   wu.ehed   and  from    the  '���'".a   ground ,u the lluv   id   ��-he   Dead   w.as seen  to  in,-anli a    I;,rue   wooden   box   or   cask, which  iMrri-d Of wiih him. . _ ,���i  Awm.so la.ea- 1SS0, a strange American   vts,ei  l��----i u.Vsi,.ri..us visits io the bay.    Their ohj-ot ��   I ii. a    suliject    of endless   conjecture among   me  I'^li-r folk.  'l'ii-ie :,,(��� now many graves atthe Bay o |"  "'d, and lhe -ood people of the caO, with lliur  nr.-ai ,vsp,..,|. f���r tho dea.l, dislurh them not to  '-iK'li for hidden treasures  I' eaunot. he as-.Tie,! positively   that the   treasure  "f Manning l,���H been torn from   its  hiding place ami  Oi.- K|.irii of the murdered  nogro   released  from   ins  '"'���g   ami   faithful   vigil.    ����t   it  ia   a   eu.��    ��  '"'lain f,u.i. ,hlU a dweller under the cliffs of tho bay  *.i*!rn��  1<     ��|i'-"1��l(T  0AfM  flu      ��,;   J  >. ', , i'   ^>i  '.     '    '  ,   l  ..lii'.k  lrtwver    who. were   a'-  A retin-d sea capta n a   <U - ,6Uier>  ^���'���^^''V^Srnth   u     Syer was reading a b.,ok  St,,Hu.:; wuen a terr.ble crash   upstairs   startled  ^Upon investigating heJ^   ^ t^EaKe  hlirlwl ,.���*��   thnnig"   hj   '^ ���  -J ��   .   wa- uie ^  aill,,il^. el,^ev       Ha-.eningdowu to his library  ''elM,1r;      in.   aid   scheming how   hecould  secure  Cl,.���.   .lev i. '" delegable captain.  ..m-taeuoii fiom the i ete i '     nvWj   from hia  Wnile    thus   engage,!   a   note  put .he mat.er in the hands of   the law.  n ......rc owe their names to famous  Altlunighmany    -eu,o   ct a    ^ fc  ���w,,,,e' VT S .w       Sved a   title  at  the   same  ,uli��� and   a    11'����' u hlipl>ened:  n,',l,,,,|,l,M' I,   It French general, was return-  ;:r,,,!'s'r:,:i';'.. ;��",r; .1- -*-*- -  L.,,,,1,,1 !�����.�� >,ell",lV���'<"'S,������| u���,k   to . ��.��!>��   I"  Pa, is, in v> j wi-h bb^soinB.  ^Sl^fh'r.ilortlle plant as a gift to  the   Empress  Eugenie. admiration   for the  exquisite  A^::^ Smdnlthatthe rose was nameless,  Huid, ��gniji��'����fly* u h   <The Marechal  ,. Then I wl1' !,,iml i\nf)n"e  t she bestowed   upon  Ni'ei;' �� and at the ^�����^^^   baton that    bo  tde aOon.shed genera     tlu jewe ^ haJ  tokened his promotion to the nib  of Lfrancu.  V  ':-'���/  ���;i������  ���. \i!f-'">[  m,,,i  if., ���''.-,  ���(r,-r,..  IVa ir^   "^'l *-tr  ' **Si3kiftd  w ���*��������� f un  ILL."-*    -I  ffivirrr *   [  t-l ���+������-���  -IK  Si..  ...,��������� It J��*tf-viey^4ti��>iis-iw=-i1i=^^  S^Siz-nSsSw^*^ *?-*e<**vrw-i^**j-W��tf��  - "-*���** >*-*-. ->W ��i�� J3f��irt ���  ��� : J I  '    ��� ?  AA  i * J-I  O ��   ���       Jf     *  *- * ?o *  I'oi'o  i)    -        ii   J  *     ��     **      if.  4 J** ,  SfO  57&  ���ii. .*- J  H  ?  Id  "1 -* *  'Mi  f  ���" j*-     6       i t\.**S  Pi  If:  I  I?  1  �����     -��   '  V  THE NELSON ECONOMSST  Stocau D?ill. I     The fact  of increa�����,l ac'ivitv in f  Ten   men   ar�� sow ��mploytd   at j mining pro��>|*ei!t<*titiei*����tiiblii>hciieikii  e Iron Horse. j of   the  timelier,   ami   tne  advance  More   men   are   being put   on at! ��**dr by the C. P li  into the voun-:  the Washington. uy induced a coi.h .derahie iiut.iuti^'  pt     tr��   .   -   ��;..   -;'-*.,-.��,%���*>,*i   i��  i   of public interest.'    Among*!   t b*��*e  1 he Enterprise  oouiinenced is?!,      * ^  �� j.        j   -    ~  .�� . t^n*   f.mr ! nrrbeot-wtjre K   i*. P**ttipt."< e, ehair-  week sending dov?ai concentrates tor   �� ���    *        '  shipment.  A nutnber of rawhides were sent  , lii=^samss^gSffT--H'itSSmB  8"  FZ.  ijis^fe. \tt  ra  ��fti  up to the Neepawa last week to bring  down theoie.  By the reductions recently  made  man ; J a me.- Lade, Jam**!-- Oiu% Vui-  ' cent L *det Andrew Ferguson, A. ���.*.,'  Cuiijiijiiih, J P., io-epii Kirk patnck ;  A. J. Gordon, 2>. Soannon, B, A-.,!  Al. Chirfiu, Da vid Morgan, .t**nu \  8idtn,   George   B     fijftlho,   Kobe* I  iu gmehing charge.-, the Enterprise i, ��� ��� .   . i * *   \t    l,  ^      & &   t r , uuiui, Jtiiin Atki*t��nf J.v^.Mc Kin-;  iiun, U'jlii.itn Gleiui, Wiiitafii Slum*  Hon, Napi IcHo E-ne, Hrnry HtirSell,  ;ain�� $3 per ton  on its ore  Tne corrected figure.* of the Arlington** shipments* fur December, givr  a idight additiun.il increate to the  total ol the division lor the year.  Tne shaft on lhe Myrtle gruU[> i&  down about 40 feet, following down  V i VO j     V? - v  Some ervetueen rr^idtuion^ werr \  put and carrtt)d9 dealing with the'  existing and  pro��|����n:ttv�� road* and  trails, Ui"?f ol   the principal tii-Mi  a^eam of talc.      Stringera ol   gouU |rIll \mug Uje   |iro|Hl.,ej u��w mn&>n j  ere are-frequently encountered.  } Iroiu   Teu*Mtle    to   the fdhi*   of the!  I  An ore chute 22 inches wideid be  ) iViuue ha.?*in which will c >*l atKiut,  uig opened up in  the No. 5 drift u! j $5,000; tae repaur id  *t��r- M��ad ir*��m j  the American Boy.     li run* 13$ oz ! Italy V to Ten-Mile:'and the   it*��air !  in tsiiver and 84 per cent lead. j oi opening   tip the trails leading lit- j  Toe Arlington company ha* pur j o Circle City, tnu^ ^rT^tiug an itu* I  chafed th��i Auio? and Amues fraction I "rovement mo^t badly reipnred lie- j  from R. Bradruaw ami Jnuesi On wre'i that point and Ferguson.!  Tne claims adjoin tne Ariiugton. ��� *-��-   trad up Walker   creek    tu the!  An appreciable inc.et^e in ineort {<;^^ Xortnerii m -uuittiu wan con-|  ghipmeiMgiH noticeable for the week ^Mt,'r**,! :>h':   M' n**    e-.��� ntiali.fif ttie  i ,   ..    e n      I    roperties in that   ������  eue to a welcome laii of .snow,   fm  I       '  properly developed.  ���ft**  ,v    rB  88  Tea art  W���� an* nir��*rhttf j%c !owm mit** irlTU-  Oiirll�����t  Mortm mul JfavnCulfceptf   fc  ^-Mln*'   Ztfri  'A ?mat o^ocgiOuaTEo,  E se.  Telephone 177.  P. O, Bos 182,  WADDS BROS.  V<sncoMv��r and kelson  Bmm STREET, PJEtSOK, s. c  ���MiwHHMK.^'U 1 rt*>riWwn<i. MWW  il ����i nf�� in   i*e  Arlington was th- only mine t��i Miip  it sending out loO lon^ and raiding  lib total to 380 tofiH tor the year to  date Ore is coming down tdowly  from tne Euterprifte, a carload nov%  Tow e.-timate?* tn mo^t casteii were)  i��.Kh,... say .... iea,., ���"^���������H$cenjc Line of the  n-aponabJe dJ-<:u-r*ion it vva.��*  dt-ciil* i  eu to submit   th- ^^neral   tiody    of  Sold by All Newsdealers  lieini' ready   at in��  wt��*if.     Jt lias O" 'p"i(i��>iin   to Tlio...    Taylor, our '  shipped none no far.      A move will I r>preH#-inalive, nhotdd bu-inef- per- j  l>e uiaue iu a few dayw aido with tbe   ,,nl ��' r,,M  ^niiiing here   in the nc-^r j  Neepawa and Oliawaore.    January   ^llllr^-     M he cannot do *���� a fur**i-  filiipimnts   are far   below   e*pecia-   �����* publia ineetn ^  will   lie convention^ but February promise* nelter   eH�� probably next MmKiay evening  thing*. "bd the entire qnet��u<i. M^nii*  roo-  For 1900 theexportn fiom thin *,i(,#",6l,  diviuion am(��uiiled 10 2847 tun*,  made up from ten piopertien.  L��Htye��r theexportp toiulnd 6529  ton.-, troui J4 propel tien. F�� bowing in a fun Jihi 0! the hhipment.s  thiw \ ear   o dale:  Ailingion        380  Lardeau Ea^le.  Ou Momhiy evening Urit a public  merlin*; wih held at. the Minert*}'  Union hull for the pur pm-.** of <lin-  cusHinc tbe r�� (piirerio'hl- of the Ferguson district in thematter of trailf,  wagon roiidn, and otlier object*) of a  cognate ch a racier.  DIRECT ROUTE  KAHT  WlnnliM^  Toriiiiti*  nttAWit  Montreal  New York  Vwncoa.ver  VlHorlft  HenMl��? :  jNirlliifio ,  H1111 Fmncluco  Via Mm Line  ML ran I. Cliliuitfo mat���� ir* 8' v��m  leeper Serving  KAMT-Uiive Itin'i'lMoko \U;d . ^^..ftl  Imjiivo liiinm��rf J��;l M; ��yrd,,y,  MT.I\\UI./r:)��iONNX).MONTItBAUB����^:  \V|.>4r..LfUV^ KovolMlokf W"'-^JJ-;'  V.VNCOtrVKK(hKATTLI%C0AHl.  Boasary*.  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