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 [Adjourned Hearing of Murder Case Was Held in  Nanaimo Last Night--Will be ResumediTo-;  Ll,^ nig11* a< South ^Wellington  ?-*  ������������������������  'The   adjourned   preliminary  heaiinu   liis hands?  ��������� house shortly after- "seven o'clock   on  Vancouvei, Aug J ������������������ Because" Vrc-  toi-ia i& lo have ihe loiiwiiuou' of  tho Trades Congress ol Canada in  Scpleiubci, thu nuilus unionistb ol  that cily. have agn-ud thai Vancouver bhalJ/huve tho l-.ubor Ba$ i_elu-  ni-alion, although mLO'cling' to ag-  nemem rL is Lhib ^cai- mo turn ol  Lhe island uly Lo oolobiaie kibui s  j^ieat day.     IjIisl      $oai-  the iclt-bi.!;  hi Robert Stiles FeaUiersLone, churg-  lil   with  the  murder  of   tho     Dullon'^     whuUioi  fcirl   on' Saturday   .Inly    21st,    came .vvasneu or not  .\ns..~lie   did    noL.'   1   could    not /the night ot  the murder,  n,  was not  Uoa was llfiJd ift  Wlll(oin(J1.  |ip" Jn   the    Nanaimo court last'ev-f  [ning  before Magistrate   Ynrwood.  The small room, on "the upper  I'toi-y was crowded almost to , siit-  locntion by an, immense "number ol  people, the ma'oriry_df whom were*  [���������urious lo get a glimpse of the, nimi  licensed   of a horrible murder.  Nothing in the way of new evidence  tigainst thc accused was piodnccdat  last nigjit's sitting. The only'vvit  liesses examined were-Dr. .O'Buan,  ICopstable Stephenson and Air. "Lcn-  [,'esty, "an .expert on lironnns, who resides  in   Victoria. -  bonstable Stephenson ideclared the  rourt opened and Supt., Hussey cnll-  fc*. .on Dr. 0"Br,iaw to give evidence.  Tho Doctor's evidence was lhe same  jis given by. him at, the' inque&l, and  Ivhich was published in those columns  |he following morning.. *  After his. evidence had been given  the Doctor wai 'cross examined by  Supt.  Hussey" as follows        ���������>     ,   <-  Ques.���������You   say  you ' found     marks  jn. the back of   prisoner's hand. ,> Can  fyou form any ..opinion, as to how   the  l.mnrks were made?v  -'-  ' ���������      "���������  Ans.���������F would nol J ike  to say how  [they were made*      They  were"-about*  fone-eighth  of  an   inch   in   width,     a-  bout    half   an' inch   f.eparatcd      from  reach   other,      and   were   about     one-  sixteenth of nn  inch   in   width.   As  to  how   deep  they    went   Into   the   flesh  [������������������I cannot say,  as T did not make    a  close  examination.  Ques ���������Did the cuts appear to be  old, or were they made shortly before   3-011 noticed them.  Ans.���������I think l.hey had been made  five or six hours before 1 noticed  them. Thc blood was part)., dried  I should say it was blood tliut had  oored out five or six hours pro-  viously.. The scratches were covere-d-  ed by a clot, two in numbei.  Lhe  UuiiUb   l..ul_    boon ,sb dark, but I could examine it quite  1       ' . plainly.     ^ '  Jiy   Mi.    fciiiiip.s0ii���������Ji'   ihe     wound**,  on   Um piibonei b bunds, wore ,caused  by a   suatch,   would  ihc-ro bo blood I  under  the .'linger nulla oi   the doc cab-I  ucIV .,    (' '  -'Ans.���������-i think not. The diatices aie  very suoingilj that there w oil Id "not  be, ,'  (.iuca.���������In   your   opinion    weio,   the  W. X.  LLONFESTY.  ,   William Nicholas L,oiue.si\, 'gnu and  amuiunition'dcalui   oi' Victoria   next  gii>o   e.uk'neo    lib   io    inaivu   m   pis  Local laboi julu have ju^t ttscuiveu  information Iiom Viuoiia that it is  the desire* ol the trades unionists in  that city" that thc celebration should  be held ui this city again Unfa \eui  This baerihee on the pait oi Victoria is greatly appreciated by the  Vaur  eouise  LOl,'     etc.        Xi.e        siud      DI-jL'jI      |>i O-��������� . ,        -     ���������  11        couver  unionisls,   and  m   the  dated    ib   au -Ivor      Jonubton. ,   ie-"  Jonubton, ,   ie-*ol a -*owi-daiS plluls l0l   th0 celebia-  voher,      dqublC- action,    yrf  caTib.o, ' Lionfoa -,he   jubt Monda-,   m  Sepu-.n-  num'bei-  oiSYb.   The gnu bab appai-' bei. , w'm^ue well  advanced.   Tomou-  -������..���������.    .-.-.   jv...-.   ^....w.. '   "   ently   been   ui&chnigecl.-   Tho     bariel ' -,-,.'.,���������,     ���������-,?���������, ,-. r ���������,.,.,. ,OUll  wo.ind*-,   on pu-jonei-'b bund, caused bv I       , ,     , , ���������  -   ,,,,ow nignt mc   naucb ami i-aooi coun  '  :...,..*"- ' .lb  dtlL*>'   aml   Lh0   0������������"!������������s.. aie   all  Cll WV��������� meet ul tuc Labor Uall. and  thc matter will piobably be   dibui������s-  not  a bd'aLch-'  -   Ans.��������� I could not say.    At thctinio , , ,  .    ; , been   cleaned since it was discharged  i .examined   tlicni    they  uppcaicd   toi..., .       . '.  me   to be 'wider than .scrauheb madu 1  by  finger nails,   but i. could not   be  dofiuitc. ;    -    '  -.equally   duty.    The   pistol   hab  ce it was dibch  The  cartridges  produced,   and.roark-  eehtly discharged.  The inside "of I ho barrel was  CO-XSTABLK  STKcMJKN SOX  r  I'ruvinciiil doubtable Stephenson,,  on being sworn gave tho biiino evi-  deuce as submiticd by. him at the  inquest..  t*ln reply to tuioationb asked, > bj  Supt. Jtlussey, Air. Stephenson Laid.  I examined trie pistol as.sooii"as 'n^  vvas handed mo by Nicholas. It iuifd  the appearance ,oi having^ been r,e-  It was    empty.  bbwt.'l  and  the edges of, the   cylinders  were  . - i  also   slightly  colored.    The inside of  the  barrel v.,has    changed, ils  color  biiu-e  1  saw-it   hrst.     Then  a    was  black, and now, it  i.s somewhat of "a  grayish  color..  By ~Mx: Siinpson���������Was theie a'ny du'  l'erence in the color ol* the empty  shellb round ori the track, and the  ones found m  the   'house?  Con. Stophc'isson���������Yos. The ^l^cU.1  woro somewhat darker.. * Nut there  i������ one* "bhall among the five loaded  ones jound on lhe lalile, winch is al  so dark, and lesembles very much  the iwo found on the tiuck. The  shells rimy be darkened ny^ exposure  to lhe, weather, ur ogam they will go  that way   by being carried in a tev-  cd exhibit li, are ali^pioper cai'tud-  gob to lit lhe revolver. They, are  1'eter's suellb marked S ������fc \\. Thu  empty shells shown me are all" of the  same make and calibre as the loaded ones.  ,Jn reply io cross-examination by  Mr. ~ Simpson, witness said he had  had considerable experience with" fire  amis..-He'could tell within' several  horns i. a gun, had been discharged  by the lact that the inside of the  barrel would, be somewhat moist. He"  could not,tell very well with the naktf  ed eye. ** The best way, to do would  be for to remove, the-powder; from  the barrel. Forty eight hours after  a  ffun������ had been fired ther.e _would��������� be  ed in it������|dotails. then.  It is learned on good authority today that- a celebration larger than  that of .last year will bv arranged,  and because of the thousands of visi  tors who w-i11 be alti acted to tho  city a request ior (manual assistance" will be made to thc City Coun-  eil-m the near Jul uie. Jt ,s estimated  ed by labor! men that at least ten  thousand persons will be brought in  from outside pointb.  HORSE KICKS  BEAR TO DEATH  ALMOST &S  QUICK IS  JUDGE LYNCH  Mayfield, Ky., Aug. 2.*- The hanging of Allen Maiti'hias, the negro who  criminally assaulted Aliss Ethel Mc-  Lain last Wednesday night took plac^  'at 8 o'clock tonight in a legal manner in (he yard of the cyunty jail.  Kully ten thousand l������eople were ou tho  .scene, but only'a lew witness-ad the  'haJiging though the fence surrounding  Uie scafioM lu������ heen torn down by  Ure enraged citizens whrle the trial  was s^oinji, ou. It was only iifty  minutes after the trme lire jury was  ibworn in until the negro was pronounced dead.  "Matthias arrived at 6t45 p.m. Irom  Louisville, in charge of a deputy slter,  rfr and, company oi militia from; Hop-  kinsville. The.local militia niet the  train and the negro was marched to  the court house. Several attempts  were made to get the' negro and  twice he was in possession ot the  mob, but tho soldiers finally, succeeded in forcing their way w.ith the  prisoner into the court house where  Ure trial was at once begun. There  weie rumors tonight tliat anotherne  gio'm jail from Hiclimpii county,  charged with a similar oftense, was  lo be hrichcd, but it is understood  that he  was spirited aw'ty. *"~  RUNS GAR AT  '-������������������*'1r~p--*'^���������*���������~        ��������� ��������� ���������--  tiLUH bPtiEU  ���������^^*���������  Chicisjo, Aug a.���������fassuigeib ^.i a  bijuLlibouud llaist������d stieet cai weie  1J.UUC btiici.cn yesterday when a wo-'  man pusUici tne motor man Ir^jiu the,  uont piatioitm and lan tii<* car at  ni^li speed for nearly a mile. She  wan, ten to' catoii a or aiul 'l runic train,  ESTHER MITCHELL  PLEADS m  GUILTY  Seattle, August 2.���������-Smiling happily, because she had been assured  that her two brothers Fred and Perry  Mifihell. would befriend her in her  trial. Esther Mitchell stood before  Judge Gnflin this morning and eu-  tct-ek a plea of not guilty to ' the  informal ion that charges her with  murder in tho first degree, lor tho  kdling of her brother, George Mitchell. A few minutes before she  entered her plea, her counsel, E. A.  Clark, of Portland, told her that her  brothers wopld ard her to tbe best  of their ability. The tired, haggard  look oa the fill's race was at once  replaced with a look of pleusurc,  und btill smiling, bhe entered her  plea, uttenuji the words, 'not guilty." in a feharp clear   voice.  Long belore i).30 o-clouk, the time  set for tlie ariaig-nnieut, the court  room was ciowded with ' morbid  minded men aad women. A large  number of women were present to  see the giri who had killed the brother who had taken another's lito  to "protect her honor and virtue. The  majority of tbe women spectators  were young.  Vs'hen Esther Mitchell entered t&fl  courtroom women craned forward in  their seats to ^catch a glimpse of  ker. It the girl was aware of tha .  curious eyes focused upon hero she  did not show it. With a qjricic step,  looking ahead of, her, she took her  seat behind the rail. Not once in  the hour, that she sat there did bhe  change her position or show any interest ijn the crowd that staved    at  ut     the     Ualsted  and,    Forty-mum  her-    Occasionally when   some      wo-  -.trcci station,  and for that    leason j'nftn    would stare   at   her the  pris-  Spokane, Aug. 2.���������L.  V.   Alexander  \thK same powder   stains in tne'"bar-  a  iancher    living    on Cany-car Creek,   iooi. ���������ios'Sess.1011 oi Wiecav.   Tl\������rcoa--loner looked   straight  into the     wo-  rol.   as d it had only be������-n fired   off j was ori' the point of iLerng killed by   due toi, assisted by s**Acial nuen pas- [man's       face    u^til   the     spectator  aa hour previously.   *lt would be im-" a  wounded .bear, when ins noise with  possible to see powder smoke m the' wonderful  sagacity,, literally    kicked  barrel of a   gun three or four   hours  ltJ������1'd^t-V  -   - , * .  ,    n.t ,     Nels laulson, who luycs  12     mrles  after ,t had been fired,   lhe gun and   ^^ ^^  ^^ &  ^ ~  . ^  Ques.���������Did  tho   prisoner make   any  olver  for* any   length  ol" tune.    I cx-  stntements    about   the   wounds      oii  annned   (he   pistol    m  the*    Nicholas  shells  wore ol'  a standard make.  Tiy Supt Ilusse.v���������When you say  powder smoke, do you mean a discoloration as one would speak of a  thing ns  being smoky?  Wit nesi���������Tly smoke, I mean smoke  as coming from a cigar. A gun  might l.e discolorc-d by smoke from  the burning powder.  This completed thc evidence at last  night's sitting- and the hearing was  adjourned' to m<*ct in South Wellington at S o'clock tonight  CHAS.HORTH  IS DEAD  I?  .V serious*    accident    happened     on  Tuesday  afternoon at. -5 o'clock when  Jack, the-M\:-y'car-olil son of Mr. Hen  day.     Mr. Horf.fr    had been   ill     lor Jry Trudell,  ok Ujsler  Dist.nct,     h.ul  some  time,  the direct cause   of    his  his r\v\t nearly cut oft" aviUi a mow-  Word ivas received in Ladysmith  yesterday of the death of Mr Chas.  Hotth," in Chehalis, Wash , 0n   Tucs-  FOOT IS NEARLY SEVERED  death, however, being aserihod lo  |l heart failure. The deceased is well  known in Ladysmith and vacinity,  having .been an old res id en I ol' t hc*-.e  ]*arts. At one time he conducted  /the old Pretoria lvitel in Extrusion,  ancl previous to that ho had charge  of a logging camp at the Jback of  the site on which Ladysmith rs now  located.  ' 'FRISCO .LOSSES BEPUDIAT.ED.  San Francisco' Aug. :i .-���������The. trans-  'Atlantic Insurance Company of .Hamburg*, Gcrniany, has refused to pay  San".-Francisco (Ire claims approximating- 5-i-,6o*.i,06p.- "The following  statbirient-wns given -out late Inst  nigijit by the local' officials ot* the  company:  "The'Trans-Atlantic Fire'Insurance  Company denies liability growing  ; out of thfi'San'Francisco live, on the  ground tlmf. the losses arose from  an. overwhelming c-ntiistrophe, duo to  a visitation of Providence, ror.; in-  ���������pemnity agninst the eonBefjuencc's 'of  which 1 ho policy never 'was intended'  lo provide "Moreovei', the nt titnilc*  of the reinsuring co.mpnnics compels (he Trnns-A'tlantic to assume  this position."  irii', liuchiuc. An older hioMier was  iniuviiin ,md (he lad was running  ai omul on his*'hands and Jaiees iti thc  grass -(when (lie end ol'the Unite  caught the Foot, at (he instep j-"iint  culting' it "through ���������to the lcuder at.  Ihe back. - I In*, was iiVime*dia.U'*'ly tn.l.-  i'ii to the Naii'iiuo Hospital -vwhere  Dr. 1.-1 ogle ,attention the injuvefl*.'' boy,  and on Wednesday he had every hope  of savinig the foot. .'The - aftiuir is  iloiuhly unfortun-atc as Mr. -T-rudoll  had to be takeai 1 o the hospibail the  day before. . -  BlitLI) LONGEST 'A'ERTAL  TRAM ON THE CO A ST  Tho Seattle-Boston Coppei' Coid-  pany has received' the first 'slapmerv/fc.  of ti-ani'iiiii'terial for tits aet'ial^troffri-  way -which is to'carry ore .frown the  Dutch Mailer mi lie to Hue railroad at  Possl a >iliRt.auc.c of four tmik\s, 230  feel;. This- will he -the longest itrain-  on the coast. " "Mr. Charlos Lane,  manager of the Company-,] says:  "Tlu> .shaft . of 'the Bti'kch' Miller  mine is heini; vsu-nk at the rate of 2  feet a day by/three shifts of workmen. We, have btruck (on* running 10,'  per., cent, copper with the gold and  silver values unohanged, iuuI wc are  taking iiovn $-1,000 to' 9.1,200 wart.li  of or-e froifi the pahie daily."  BASEBALL IN  CHEMAINUS  A n;ooil game oi hasohall is hooded  by the local team for Sunday alt���������l"  .noon nevt in Chcmainus, when the  local nine will journey down 1������ the  mill city in Elan's (launch to admin-  islei defeat to tlic nine ot Cheniam-  u*-*^ The locals will meet tonight on  the .bunker groniwls for final arranp;e-  ments.- Tlie Ladysmith-fleam-; will be  composed    of   lhc; following   players!:  Pitcher���������J.  Kerr.  Catcher���������Mv Kerr.  Second hiuso���������N. A. Morrison.  First bas-a���������O. Delcourt.  Third ,base��������� A." Saunders..  Shortstop���������J. Sanderson.  Right field��������� A. Crossair.  Centre field���������A. Muir.  Lett .'field���������J. Dunbar.  Reserves���������I-I. Manuel,  J.  Richards.  own .barn yard, after it had Iveii  need by a "hall-do/-������n cows vvho  sought t)ji aveng������ the death or a call  that had been devoured by the Ijear.  Alexander vvas hunting .berries when  he encountered bin in. He was lead-  rug his horse walking through - berry thicket, when he almost stumbled  upon the ftOjiuled heat. He I tuned  to run, hut stumbled ovier a lallen  log. "Befoie he oonlil'arise, Ui<-* Irfai  managed to get to its reel and  pounced upou him. Instead ol running away, as most horses would  have done, 'Alexanders horse kicked  the ii>car twice with both feet, knocking it to the ground, and then jumped upon it with its forefeet, stamping it to/death. Alexander vvas unharmed An examination of the ibcai  disclosed that it had i.'een shot twice  and was so weakened by the ttrnohu  encountered it that it ieeltd over  when tho horse's hoofs lust struck it.,  atiigers,   o.erpovveied   hei  alter,     she   dropped her eyes.  nad inn the car six blochs aiyn- took  ncr to the UaUted stioet police sta-  Lion. fc-lie conviiroed the police that  atiu \^ us> 4iot insane and w,as releaeoil.  UKItlHT Ol'' THE ATMOSPHERE.  One hundmii and thirtj'-one miles  is the height ot the atmosphere as  nicasuied uy Pi'O-t T. J.J. See, who  determines the thickness, of the air  envelope by noting the diKerence h������-  tv*.een the time oi sunset and the  complete disappearance oi b*AVe- trorn  the sky.  The moment at which the blue  changes   unto    black can )Le observed  quite" easily  with  approximate    cei-      s A      2 _ldlers iu   Soutb.  tawty with the naked eye when   the 1^ Washingtoft wi&t either. **at>er the  FARMERS FRANTIC  FOR WANT OF HELP  NEGRO  IS SHOT  ANACOR(TES TEAM -  TAKES LONG- TRIP  Manager W./F. White, of the Aria--.  cortcs baseball team, has concluded'  arrangeintsics with the Calgary team  or" the .'.'. fat-otX, province' of Alberta,  Canada, ��������� for a two vveM's' trip into  the Northwest territonics. Cailgary  has guaranteed .till expenses with tho  privilege of half of the gale receipts  to the Arnicortes team .and has booked twelve straight, games throughout  the emmtry wihh the Calgary tea'im,  Dalso, 13d-monton .and We'taskewin.  There is >a possiliility of other .gtames  being arranged.  Atlanta, Aii-g. 2.���������Flo to Carmichacl'  a negro 'ajhont 22 yeans of.ag-r1. ���������'"���������"''o  vvas identified hy Miss Annie Toole,  of Lalicvvood, a 'suhur.h of Atlanta,  as Ihe man who assaulted her .today  was shot in' Iroivt oi the Poole ri.v-  s-'idemce, in sight, of his victim, this  afternoon,by a'posse which had captured him. After he had been shot  there vyer������ cries of "burn him,"   hut  time, |  an is deal, huld iby trigonometry  may be ascertauie*! tlie distance below the horizon of the sun at thc  moment of change. By this means  may he calculated the smallest illuminated particles of oxygen and  .nitrogen which give to the sky rts  hlueness of tint hy the reduction of  the smallest wave lengths of the  sun s light.  The instant 0* change from iblue to  black is possibly a little difficult of  exact observation, but the method is  not moie doubtful than blut based  on the ohsenation of shooting Istais.  The shooting star method /gives a result not greatly '.'differing from tha  vanishing blue method. The former  gives the height of the atmosphere  at 10!) miles.���������Chicago Tribune.  ��������� o :   ASTRONOMY  FOR SOLDIERY  liar.vest field or go to jail, lhe old  "Blue Law" ol "New England that  "he who will atot work shall not  eat," has .been rev lvcd ithrougtoout the  wheat belt of this state and Northern Oregon at the instance of fanners whose chagr m upon having an offer of $3 a day and board rejected  hy loafers must be appeased.  Accordlnrgly the town councils ������of  Pullman, Coltax, Garfield, Pomeioy  Palouse and a "all dozen other tovvtus  have rendered it possible to inflict?  doublv penalty for vagrancy, a fine  and jail .sentence of thirty days being imposed, and tlie .prisoner being  required to work on a specially provided rock pile in the bt'oiliag sun.  The definition of tlie term '-'vagrancy" has beeiuenlarged/in its application in  the wheat belt untjil it .prac-  . tically tlfevolves upon the . accused   to  j    Practical astronomy will shortly be-  sho;w lhat ue has some, raeans 0i sup,  come part of the education of army  oflicers holding any command from a  company of woods,'writes-a London  correspondetnt of the BojSton Post.  The army council has decided to establish An observatory at AlcVcrshot,  and contractors are now busy erect-  the county, police, arriving  in  prevented such action.  About    ton ���������   o'clock this ��������� mornlavg.  while returning    from a  visit to    ai  neighbor, Miss Poole, who  is   fifteen i"!     ��������� .... ���������.       .,      ,  ,,- ..   ".   . ,      ,. ing the .buildiiig.     The site chosen is  yean; old, vvas attacked by the. n>egro '    *-* h  and chol-ced  until  iino-msc ous.    \V)hen ,  .,       , ���������'        .       ��������� idiiarters .onice.  the alarm   was Riven a posso     was *'',,���������       ' .,..  When the building  [iu the south camp,  near the     heart-  was given a posso  quickly formed,  but it was not  u ii-  is completed  a  ,., . .    .    .,,     f, ,. ���������      ..   .  ,. powerful  telescope    xvill be mounted  til late in the af terno0ii| that yre nc-���������; *   ,���������   ,       ,   .      ; ..    ���������. ra    ... ..���������  land the study of the stai'9-willibegin  gro was Raptured and brought    into  Miss-Poole's prcsencf.*. Shc -identified  him a volley of shots rung out   ..nil  the negro', tell dead.  Jioe Melvinnon' and -John Ncave,  who with the NaiUaimo clerks 'will  play the Lndysmith clerks a game oC  ibasctoll thi-y afternoon, arrived alijout  three o'clock, having made the trip  from Nanaimo on tlreir ibdcycles in an  hour and ten minutes.-  in earnest. The observatory AVill be  in charge of the royal engineers and  it is expected that oflicers will assemble periodically  for instruction.  Astronomical observations are of  great importance in warfare by night  and Sir John French has already  given it as his opinion that the important military opera.t)ions of thc fii-i  tine will be performed in.darkness.  It will be remeimbei-ed that Lord  Wolseley  vvas  gulided iby the     stars  port involving some physical effort  on his part, for, if it is not "visible' ' to the police magistrate, tho  prisoner will surely be held for vagrancy.  The demand- tor help is almost a  tragedy in some localities. Farmers  realizing that their crops will ho  practically ruined should it not be  harvested within a ur>'*-'f time, make  frantic appeals to amy man or .woman, capable of wielding a pitchfork.  They offer from $2 to $3 per day  and board, and stipulate, readily that,  the quality of the boatd shall rival  that*.-at Dr-lmonico's, and the "hired  mam" can have the ibes-t bed in tho  house for the asking.  ijiaumml������������������MTTTnmm^^^T-ir Vif1i������ ���������!���������!������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������  when he made, his famous march, i to  Tel^el-Kebir. The number of officers  in thc service who could perform a  similar'work, with any accuracy is at,  present comparatively small.  X"  During a weary hour the spectators remained in tho courtroom a-  waiting the appearance of Judge  Frater,   who had    been  detained out  oi the 'citv.    At the   end ol      that  i  time    Prosecuting    Attorney      Mackintosh ordered  the   girl   taken-  w   Judge Griffin's courtroom. Then the  crowd scurried across the corridor t0  Judge Griffin's courtroom . The -arraignment- was ail over in a minute  and the girl was on her way beck  to jail.  ���������* THE LADYSMITH DAILY LEDGER  IHI: DAILY LEDGER  "rnjllalwii   every   day   except Sunday  -BYr-  TFIE DAILY LEDGER COMPANY.  OFFICE AT LADYSMITH.  SUBSCRIPTION.  One  Ye������r (In advance) $5.00  One Month  _ ... ._  50 ceats  THURSDAY  JULY  2,  190U  JDLEUTKJ U   HAILWAY.  Port William, Aug, I���������Thc Council  .decided to secure company to operate an electric street ralilvvay through  thc town.   o   INT1SR VATJ OXA1,   COUN CIL.  Ask Your Grrcer for  NEMO  'JT is Cooked Ready to Eat  Esquimalt   & Nanaimu Railway  S:''t/;:  ( Associated Press.)  London, August 1.���������The lnlcnriat-  ional council of .lewi.*.h leriilorial  organi/ation'? is in session heie under tho Presidency of Israel Znng-  will. The proceedings are private,  but the main subject for di>cuf-sion  is thc general proposition to establish nn exclusively Jewish territory. The "United Stales is represented bv Cyrus Sulzberger, and  the Rev. C. "Lipkind of Xew York.  O-ermnns*-, Prance, Russia, Swil7cv-  lanrl and "Bflp-ium nre nfl represented' as are all thc British Jewish  societies.  .  AIRSHIP NRARS  COHPT.'RTIO'N'-  Spitfch'ergen, via Tromsoe, Norway  LVug-. 1.���������Forty men arc workli'ii day  nnd night to get the airship of tho  Wellman-Chicago Record Herald expedition started lovvanl the North  Pole t(his summer The big baloon  house will be finished in a fortrughi.  Allowing ten days fot infhxtion and  trials, the monster aiiblnp may be  able to start for the North the latter part of August. Everything* , do-  depends on the weather, which so  far has been good.  There have been many visitois to  Iho headquarters of thc expedition  at Spitzbergen, including tlio Prince  of Monaco on his yacht, princess Alice nnd tjhe passeagers of two tourist steamers. All have expressed am-  arement bt the amount of work already accomplished  TWO CALLED.  jUunlie.il, Aug. 1.���������Two of tlie  JVIurrU&rl street- railway conductors  were- l.illcd yesterday, and hy a  strange coincidence the two deaths  ocvurieil at about the same liotu and  irom the -same cruise, though m extreme sections of Wic city. In'both  uistancus tho skull ol the uiifoi tim-  iite-j wore fractured by ovllLilirrg-.with  a telegrai'h'pole, while collecting, the  taies on the-stops of op on cms. Vic-1  tor Hudson vvas killed in this way  on St. Dcms slieet noith' and A. St,  Germain was killed on Notre Haine,  street west. Notices had b)ccn posted m the bains warning conductors  on open cars not to attempt to collect tares while running on this  (rack, owing to tlie pro.vrnrily ot  poles. In the other casp the polo  had long been the tciror of conductors, ��������� being placed too near thc track.  tarn  INGCONT  STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE  >      ,--..   EFFECTIV E .JULY, IS. ' '    ''     ���������  S. S.JO  '   The   successful  team ' iu  the   Machine  '  Drilling contest recently held at Phoenix,  B. C, was from tlie Gold Drop Mine  of  the Granby Consolidated,  consisting   of     <  Messrs.  Matheson "and    McQuokl,- who  A drilled o feet, i Vz inches iu the time limit  The Steel Used by the Winning Team was  B. K. MORTON & GO'S  B C. DRILL STEEL  Sails'from Lad} smith for. Vancouver every Tnef.il iy at f." o'clock a.m.  Sails from  Vancouver fox- Ladyemith every   afrm'day   ^nd" Tuesday   at  1:30 p. m. .   ,     ���������  . ���������   2s- Geo, L. Courtney,  ������., ' District Passenger  5S Government St., Victoria, U.C- -;-- -    ���������  Agent  SOLE agents:  PRIOR & GO, ID,  PECULIAR THINGS IN  SPORTING WORLD  .J      %0i      I   IIIWII      \W      V-WB  i ��������� -' ,' -  Who carry a Large Stock Octagonal and Ribbed  In all Sizes at  123 Government Street, Victoria, B.C.  p.R.1384  I  that  tlie hit  vv as     a  TIarvey,  Once   upon   a   '**'���������'><> tlu*rc   was   a  "base for'Detroit.    Harvey could hit,  It happened  baseball bug down   in Cincinnati vvho 'bllt  uo couldn't' held1 much and     the   short pop fly  ,straight    .at  figured   out  that  there were  11,279,- |compliclaUons of Lnrichr plav wer0 too   whoSO  ,,ack|   of C0U1SC>   w*as    tuinad  124 possrblc plays in haspMl.    This, |much fM   him_   ^.^ s,i0Cl.lil1ig? were jThc *,a��������� slruclf him  on  tJl0 top     0  of course, Was counting only strai(gh|j  aud combination plajs and taking no  account of the difrerent lands of lly  hits nnd grounders, which all ar.e  difiereiil. He proved it coadushely  and (.lie nest   cl-iy tin-; learn mad'e /une..  on Iirst and [second wilili none out,  and Detroit decided to ma'te a play  which is common enough when a  hunt is ex-]iectcd._ The third ' baseman vva1. to play in close, as il tor  the   bunt,   the  second   baseman     and  that wasn't on his list, wntos i-Iuah i "V" l"~. "    ~/" ���������.'-,������  "j.. '" *      .  ..  ,,   r, ,7  . . 6    shoitstop   were   to hohl  the   runner*  S.  Fullerton  close  to second.     When   thc  ��������� Ernrj' -PIay,^V?,r'V-  UTV\ e*T,ilU   hrmt;d"t!,7Third     baseman" was  is diQcrcnt^   1 hat_is why hasclliull is. ]mn  ^    ^^     (hUd   ^^  MAY SUTTON AVON".  New Castle,, Eng.,���������Miss. May Sutton of Pasadena, Cnl-.*"who postponed her departure for homo in order  to again tr\y coacluaVons with Miss.  Douglas, thc British champion, played' in the Northumberland countj'  tennis tournament in the* singles.  Mi'.s Sutton bent Miss. A.tehinson by  6-H, fi-2.  An almost  lndestructible  Boot for  Boys  the national ftame, and there are  freats in'the game that mal.e even  the case hardened regular sit up and  yelp with surprise and joy.  An odd  play  1  team a few years ago. Haiwey, one  time a    .pitcher,     -was put at third  n  An odd plav came up  rn a    came ' ,    ",   ,    1T ".   '     ,    ,.,  ,   . V, :     ., '     _ A . 7-    ,     mes   buntod't  l-Iarvev  turned   like  between Detroit    and     C'omis'.ey s   n,���������.    -   ,,   ,    ,,,,',    .     , h,   .,.,  L. TT '_   .fljsh and  dashed  back toward thu  hatte  to  the  lirsi   baseman   of the- pitcher,   getting  the hall ami Ihrouinn  the runner out  on   third,  l-laney   knew   the Jilay.   When I-Tol-  a  d.  of  the head, bounded up, and Harvey,  without turning, caught it, and then,  whirling completed the double play  at second.  Union-made Capital & Nugget Cigars  SUMMElt * DIARRHOEA  IN  CHILDREN  IT DEFIES  COMPJiTJTTON  WAISON'S  r,   "'-4'M  ff#*l  During the hot weather or" lhe summer months the first unim.rt.ural looseness of a child's bowels should, have  immediate attention,(so as to check  the disease before it becomes serious.  All that is necessary* is a few doses  oi Chamhjerlain's Colic, Choleiaand  Diarrhoea.Remedy followed^by. aldose  of castor oil to ' dense theisystem.  Rev. "M. O. Slockland, Pastor of the  first M.E. Churcli, Little Palls, Min-  nesots, writes: "We have used Cham-  berUin's Colic,,' Cholera and Diarr-  ITish Street  hoea  Remedy  for    several  years and   ; I find it  a very valuable remedy,    es-  . pecially  for summer disocder-s in clul-  Try Capitil and Nuggei Cigars drem."   Sold by Ladysmith Pharmacy  "or a cool, 'refreshing���������  BATH  During: the Summer  Months Cal! on   THOMAS LEWIS  Shaving Parlors, etc,  ?  SATISFACTORY is the vet- {  diet of both paicnts and hoys ||  wherever worn,, *,  I 1,211 Boys' Scotehtoin  Watertight Boots  ha-o hr-a* V soles. '^v^z Bo  ts  will    hold   thai  1 o\  of   vonij  [or a while. Si/es fi on������ 1  f' .1  k4? 11-  L3M  Grain Watertight Bsots ||  same as ahove. Si7cs 10 to 13   |;|  Your Dealer Has Them  w  i. LECK1  MANUFACTUMBTtS.  VANCOUVER,   B.C  Try a Province Cipar.  I bought a horse with a supposedly  incuraible ringhone for $30. Cured  him with $1.00 worth of MINARD'S  LINIMENT and sold him mf'SSn.OO.  Profit 0n Liniment, S54.00.  . MOISE DEROSCE.  Hotel Keeper, St. Phillippe, Que.  ���������^^^n^tcure* Diphtheria  Under New jVla:;aRnient  HOTEL WILSON  Jus- fi. McKinnelL Prop.  NANAIMO  Oommeicial Alens" head.iiavtera.  Modern and      Stiictly Firat Clais.  Fire Troof    PuildiBg:.  HOTEL  DOMINION  ���������Rnl-ie fl.2^ arid*1.50���������  iTro to  nil itKanihoat  landsnga and  railway uopot'j. I'lloctrie'leBrn evoi-y five  minutes i.o i.ll pf. i'cb of tho cifv'. flar  T-nd ta'ti'is nm***if*elled.  -F. J'.AYNJSS, Proprietor,  ABBOTT   ST.,   VANCOUVER  B, C.  THE JONES HOTEL   WHITE   COOK���������  and  ���������WHITE   LA BO It���������  Employed Only  (Half Block from Depot.)  GATACRE   STREET-    'Ladysmith.  Ticket "and  Freight Office,  75  GoveiJiinent_SU-eet.  2    Transcontinental   t  Trains Daily      j  Tlie New'Train "  "O.-lia   NTAL LIMITED  The Train of  ''Ease,   Elegance; Excellence.  -    Every  mile a picture,   and  ���������-uo- smoke to spoil the '.view.  Through Compartment,   Observation  and  Pullman  Sleepers;     also'* Through " Tourist  Cars 'to Chicago."     "        -  At antic Steamship Business to Europe  - is our Specialty  Union     Terminals   with   all.  ' Steamer lines'.  Ilerth reservations hy - vvirel  Great Northern S.R.. Co.  FOR  JAPAN   AND  CHINA.  Steamships'Minnesota nnd Da-  -kota sail from Seattle for .la-'  *'Pan    and .China ports at "fre-  ��������� <|iienr dates.      Exact - sailing  .dates can  he secured  upon application to any Great North-  , ern" representative. '  S.  G,���������YERKES,     "   '- '  '  , A.G.P.A., Seattle, Wash.  Er R. STEPHEN,"   ,  Pen.".Agent, Victoria, B.C.,  fl; J. HI'S  NURSERIES, & SEi'D HOUSES  -O'.   - Large Stock 0F Home grown  l**ruiL and  Ornamental Trees  'now    m a tn rod -1'oV tho   Fall  * Trade.     .. '-  ��������� -No expen.se,  loss  or delay  of fumigation or  inspection:  Headquarters    for    Pacific  Coast grown 'Garden,  Field,  . an J Flower Swls in stSson. &  Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps  tfVha'e Oil Soap, Greenhouse  Plants,, Cut Flowers, Bulbs  .    For. Fal! Planting'.  ,  W'v. do husiness on our own '-  jroruuls���������no rent to  pay-aud  arc .prepared    to ,meet   all  . competition.  ,_ l^cl ine price your  list he-,  fore placing y0Ur order.   *  Catalogue Free.  M.J. HK.NRY,  'Joio  Westminster lj������oad  VANCOUVER ",  Bros.  ncaieraioU;. ,i.'(  .-  Pianos   & Organs  LadysmHh, B.C  5 Plumbing and Tinsmithihg  '-  -     .     -     DONE  AT.,  Reasonable Prices   By   J. ANDERSON  Leave orders  at  Peterson's Furn -  tuie Store, or telephone .No 5S.  -S*+*,l,'fr+*f,**i,'l,'i,*,l,'f+*l,l'**+t+***i*+**M'*i'-I.-l������t^-j.^  THE TYEE COPPER CO., Ltd.     1  Best accommodation for transient  And permanent boarders and lodgera.  ORAND       HOTEL  This new Hotel has been comfortably furnished arid thc har is up-to-  d������te Hates tl.Q% a day and ap-  WMds.  WM. BEVERIDGE,  Prop.  "K������������I������������f*.tfa ���������>-��������� :^i :v~<: :.-���������: L*,4yiiHiHls  3TI5AM   IIKATKII  v~^���������MjKNlSir    I'OOM1-.  HAR SUl-ri.IKO WTTH'Jll'It.T  WINKS, I.TQUORSd, cigars  SFORD HOTEL  A. J. JYicMURJ'RiE, Proprietor  JTevvly fitted up and  I/uruishcd  LADYSMITH,    .C  Good tallies and good  Rooms    ,  This   Motel  hajj    been  completely       renovated.      ,    '���������  Board and lodgiag $1:00 per A*y.  HOTEL   PRETORIA  JOHN -THA, Proprietor  Bar  Supplied  with  the Best   Wines, let Avenue :-: :-: ':-: Ladysraith B.C.  Liquors and  Cigars. tMlKLv-*-   ��������� ai . .  ** -t:-*"-J,*-j'*fc--'**- *ii:**^rtirr<iiYm\-i^m*jt*rx* ���������������������������- imiitiM ��������� i i irx*&jr?nmv*.m-w ������i*������n<i ���������������i t*.rMX-n*m*n t ti "**l*'l*C3*>*'ni)|J*'V  WM.  MUNSIE,  President    J. W.  COBURN, Managing Director!  -Telephana 4-6. '  The Ladysmith Lumber Co, Ltd,  MILLS   AT   FIDDICK   AND  LADY SMITH-p- -%.JW *&?*  SHingles ei Speoiailtv  MANUFACTURERS OP-         "    "  Bough and Di'ftased Fir and Cedar Lwm-bei's  LATHS,   SHINGLES,   MOULDINGS,      ETC.,     ol    the BEST  QUALITY SEASONED.     AND   DRIED    FLOORINGS     AND  FINISH!NCI  LUMBER IN STOCK  **5������  ���������5'.  I PURCHASERS AND SMELTER5 OF COPPER, QOLU A.ND  SILVER ORUS.  Smeltiiag Works at  LADYSMITH,   B.C.  HEAD OFFICE -  DUNCANS STATION. CLERMONT LIVINGSTON.        |  '. Vancouver Island, B. G. General Manager. I  **+***f*+'f+**F+'I''f'l*+'F^+'f+-r+'|*4.^i.*.X;*f*l'*f**f'f*l*'f*  \ STOVES! STOVES!  I weiare making HEATERS and RANGES of  * Latest Styles and Newest Patterns--We do  \        Al| kinds of Foundry and Repair Work  I Nickel Plating in all its branches a Specially  I Ladysmith Stove & Iron Works Co. Ld  ? TELEPHONE 53 P. O. Box 42.  ������������������������������������������������������>���������-������������������������..���������..���������������������������������������������������������������.������������������..���������..������������������.������������������������..������..���������..  THe CITY 7VInRK(|T  Ri Wiliiainson Prop  1st. Avenue Ladysmith B C.  Neatly and Artistically Done  Orders Promptly  Execute  '-���������-.-��������� LADYSMITH  *���������*���������**'* **-<>���������������-���������.  S.-ROEOpl'NG   '-  LADVSMITH TRANSFER STABLE  PIANOS,     ORtlANS    AND HOUSEHOLD    FURNITURE MOVr  '     ED PROMPTLY A   ND  SAFELY.  Stablw In the rear of Ure LaiJ��������� ysmitli hotel.  Abbots ford  Leave ordors  h's   tbe  .     ,  .,  m������.:.   .-'    V /J KL17, ' THE LADISMITH   DAILY LEDGER  LODGES  LADYSMITH   TEMPLE,    No.    5���������  Kathbone Sisters, meets in the Odd  fellows' Ilall    every  2nd    and   4th  . Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.  MRS. KATE TATE,  ML of R. & C.  UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF,  DRUIDS.  Wellington Grovc,--N0. 4, UiA.O.D.  meets in  the   I.O.O.F. .Hall,   Lady-  1 smith, the Second and Forrrth   Wednesdays  of  each  month,  commencing  [Wednesday, 13th, 1905.  Visiting Druids are invited  l0   attend.    By Order , ,  VVJVI. RAKTEU^Rcc. Sec.  PATRICK BURK, N.A.  NOTICE  From      this date  the  undersigned  ;will  not l������������ iespo!i*:ihle  lor   any  lu  debtcdness     incurred except ou      *���������  wriltcu oraer signed hy the secretary  Rowland  Hfcc'iiu.  V.   I.  EXPLORATION & DKVF.l-r  OTMRNT CO.,  LTD.  J'Non Personal Liability.  I Victor la   R   ('..'Wr������*������   18th ''������1������  M,-R. SIMPSON  'Solicitor.   Et������.  Hcnsy   ta    ioao  .   Avrno*  --,���������-- '--' LAOYSVI H  ilLBBRT-  -."."^a^ii^safssssace^aisaas^t a  Dr. R. B. Diei  Surgeon Dentist  All work  guaranteed and at reason"-7  '   able rates. ' (/  RESIDENCE  AND OFFICE ,  Gatacre fit   .*.    Ladysmith  Open at all hours.  LADYSMITH ^ BAKERY  CHOICE    CAKES    AND    PASTRY  ��������� ALWAYS    FRESH   ON HAND  Wedding     CaKes  -tiade   to  Order  'KllUlTS    AMD    CANDIES.OF  ALL  KINDS.    FRESH    DREAD  RV-  '*      ERY   DAY  Prirej?    are     Very  Reasonable.      All  Customers are Treated Alike.  c     HOP  LEE * CO.   '  ON THE   ESPLANADE.    '  MUNICIPAL BY-LAW  -%^^%-  ICUBMi���������IGM FACTORY  IMannfactiirersofthe Famous'  CUBAN   BLOSSOM  fNone bu   Ujjjein Labor , I3jn ployed  fl  .1-  BOOTH. Prop  . ^     lV_J_   f  DAY SCHOOL  i   '     -.-   .  Usual suhiects  taught;  also      iau-  lguagea; drawing  in  pencil  and cr&y-  lons,  painfng  in  oris and  water  colors, pianoforte, and vocal -lessons given th classes or individually.  MISS BERTRAM,      Ladysmith, B.C  EXCELLENT  Train Service  BETWEEN  WILTON, TORONTO,  iHONTBE&L QUEBEC,  Portland, boston,  And tl.ft PrlnflpU rjualncmi Centers of  Ontario, Quebec, and the  ftftar&ime Provinces.���������  AiSO TO aUFFALO.HEW YURK AKO  PintAOELPHIA, VIA MIAOARA FALLS.  For TIn>o Tiibloi, etc., DjirresB  CEO. W. VAUX,  A-'sHtiint Oeii'l IMiiengpr nn<l Tlclret Agent,  13S AOHM-. iiT.^ CHICAGO, ill.'  RAYMOND & SONS  ,   *       - -     r*  ���������Dealers in���������  Lime,   Plaster Paris,    Prick,  Fire Brick and Vancouver is-.  ��������� land cement.  3 Pandora St. Victoria B.C.  GENERAL  Manufacturers OI..���������   *    '  ~     '  ������������������    IRONCLAD   BRAND  CLOTHING,  OVERALLS,  TOP SHIRTS,  ���������      ETC,  WHOLESALE Ml GOODS  VSSTOBIA, B. C.  Miners' Drilling Machines  JmAHE TO ORDER <and REPAIRED  AT  SHORT* NOTICE.      DRILL.S  SHARPENED  BY US      ALWAYS   GIVE SATISFACTION.   v   PICKS HANDLED A ND REPAIRED   -SHIPS MI Till N Cr    IN      UL   ITS   BRANCHES  Hor&eslioers and Genera1 Blacksmiths.  R. WRIGHT.  Buller Street   -----  Ladysmith, B (.  I ICE!     ICE!    ICE!  | J   Will be Delivered on Mondays,   Wednesdays.  Fridays and Saturdays  Orders must be in hy eleven o'clock on day ol Delivery,  Union  r  ���������������  :���������  ���������?���������  V  $  Limited  I ^  NANAIMO ��������� B. C.  ^���������i>44-f>r'>*i*^>:*>>>!-^>i>4-i*-f*:*������:������i*>*H* ^���������^���������m**m-*k������**-*m������-m-+*k*  A by4aw of the Corporation, of thc Crty or Ladysmith, to iaise by, loan  money lo oamstruct an  electric plant  for the ftaiil Corporation.  Whereas it is expedient that'.the   Corporation    of the City  of    Ladysmith, should construct a system   of  electric' plant for the  purpose   of  furnishing electric light, for tlrje use  of the sard city and the inhabitants  thereof.  " Whereas a petition in accordance-with-Scctrcjn (69) of line "Municipal  Clauses Act has been presented to the Municipal Council requesting the  said Council to introduce a    bylaw   for the object aforesaid.  Whereas an expenditure ,of $35,000 will he necessary to construct ihe  said olectr c light system .> which sum must Ire raised by the issurng of  d������|jeiitwes of thc Corporation of tflie_' City of Ladysmitli, for the Paid amount, payable in 27> years ,������roni*. the date hereafter lixed by this by-law  to take effect with interest,in tire meantime payable yearly at tire iate  of 5 per cent,  per annum.  And whereas it .will be necessary to raise in-each arid c.\cry ycai during the, cuirency of the said debentures by a special iate for the purpose of Paying the said d/ci.bt and. in teres t the sum of 1>2,'183.33 whereof  the sum of $.1,7-50.00 is to.be,/raised annually for' the payinont ol interest on tire said dttlrentures and the sum of $733.3:1 is to be raised annually for the purpose of creating a.thc' sinking fund for the payment of  the debentures which will require an animal rate ot 5A mills in the dollar for paying the said debt and interest.  Aud whereas the amount,of the, whole rateable land or improvements  '   or real "property of the said City according .to ihe.     last   revised assessment roll is $415,070 and the  :total  amount of  the existing debt 'of tire  sard City, is nil. -    . __^  This''by-law shall not be altered or repealed except with the consent  of    the     Lieutenant  <itiovemnr_. in .Council. . ,    -  De it therefore enacted by the municipal/ Council /or the City of Ladysmith. as   follows:     * '-  * \  J.   it shall *4>e lawful for the' Cor potation  of the  City  of Ladysmith  to raise or cause to >be raised by way of loan from any person or  persons, body or bodies,, ,or -hodies corporate,' who may he willing to, advance the sarrici nhori theicred.it of th^ debentures hereinafter, mentioned a  ���������sum of money" not exceeding'in the whole the sum of $35,000, and uron  receipt thereof to cau.se ,the saftnc to he paid iritoi the- hands of the tieas-.  urcr of the said City "for the purpose and objects above lecited..  .2. It shall,,be lawful for tlie Corporation to causei any. nujn(ber of  debentures to.be made, execute*!,, and j issued .not exceeding in the whole  Uie sum ol $35,000 for,s\\ch sum of .not less.than $500 each, as maybe  lnimired and tliat all such, .debentures shall be sealed with tlic seal ol Ihe  Corporation of,the City of Ladysmith, ,and be signed by the "Mayoi of  tlve sai'd City and countersigned, by the City Clerli oi the said city.  - ,3. The said ���������deLpntiires shall '.bear date the 1st day of Sept., A. 1).  1!)0G, and shall be pay aide. 25. years from the, said date at tho oflice of  tlie Corporation of the City of Ladysmith, and shall have .attached to  them coupons for the. payment of interest and the signature on signatures  on-the said coupons may :be either written, stamped, printed or lithographed. ' ~ ,.,_-;.        ���������   .    y .      . '.  4:   The said1 debentures shall boar-interest at the rate of 5 per cenl  per    annum    from'the date  thereof,   which interest shall be payable half  yearly on,tlie first days "of" January  and  July  m each    and  e\ery   year  during ther currency of tlie said   dehenuues at the oflice of the Corppa-  ation of the said City of Ladysjmitli.  5. There shall be raised and levied in each year dining'the currency  of tlie said debentures 'the'' sunt! ' of $,1,7'50 for, the paying of in tercet, and  the sum of $733.33 for tlie'purpose of .creating a sinking fund for the  payment of ajdept coming due under the said debentures making in all  the sum-, of $2^483.33.**  '!'  - -; "'     *.'  -��������� 6. There s*iall be, le\vied and raised in each and every year until ihe  - said - debentures and/iiiterest' thereon shall be paid, a special rate on all  ' ratek'ble land of' improvements or real  property of the City, in addition  to air other rates sufficient. to   pay  the interest    and cieate a   srn'nng  fund for the payment'of the'said'.'debentures.  7. It shall .be.,lawful for the said, City, to redeem all or any of the  said debentures at par at any time .after the expiration of "> years from  the date thereof, upon giving,six,calleudar mobtlrs' notice, which notice  shall be deemed to: be sulficiently-given, by a publication thereof for fonr  times in the British Colupnbia Ca7ette, and ,although lhe holders of Uic  debentures mentioned in,, such notice be not sjiecifically named after the expiiation of tho said period of six months all interest on the  said delJenhires, the numbers of which have been published as aforesaid,  shall "cease. . , i     I     ' . ,   .     ."l  8. This by-law before the final passing thereof shall receive the assent of the elector's :oi the'City oi Ladysmith, in the manner provided in the Municipal Clauses /Act, .1906       This by-law shall take effect on  the  ������������������ day of  ,��������� A.D.   190fi,an.l shal'-  be cited for all purposes  as the Electric Light By-law.  Read the first time on. the 23wt  day'of July,  1900.  Read the,'second time on "the, .23rd day of July, 1906.  Read the third, time on  the 28th  day of  July, l<)0fi.  Take notice thn>t>the alrove is a. Icue copy of the proposed By-law  upon which the .vote oi the Municipality will be taken at the City'lfail  Ladysmith, on Saturday, tlth-Auj-ust,. 1906, .between the hours of 8 a.  m. and 4 p.m.- ,---,.. J. STEWART, C.M.6.  SHINE  CONStP^^*  /"n  H'"*-**  has two features which no good furnace should ba without���������  water pan aud large double, feed-doors.  Tho water pan will produce enough steam to moisten tho  hot air, and so keep the atmosphere pure and fresh.  Tho large double feed-doors make tbe furnace easy to foed���������  you do not have to be an espert stoker to keep from hitting tha  door-frame every time you try to pub in a shovel of coal I���������and  rough chunks of wood can be put in easily.  Every feature iu tbe " Sunshine "  is given the same caro and thought.  Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.  Booklet free. '  .,  Mc���������laryk  London.   Toronto. , ^iontreal.   Winnipeg.  . Sf. John.    Hamilton.  Vancouver.  a  ith Hardware Co.,' Sole Agents  TUTRTY WOMEN IN UON'S PEN.  Kew York'.���������Sixty-seven young women of as many different nationalities, sizes, ages, complexions, dispositions and looKs, and arrayed in as  many different sorts of costumes, jap-  peared at .the Boston Animal Arena  at Coney Island, each with 'the ambition to become an anjimal trainer,  says the Tribune. The intrepid sixty-seven weie the gleanings of 200  v.ho had loplied to an advertise(m|eh<(  in which Mr. Bostock set forth that  he would pay $100 &t week for a  young woman to train luvns. Experience, he added, was ���������unnecessajry.  Press  Agent    Maurice Kirtoy,   was  on hand    to    receive the delegation.  trainin  m'  _ p-  '~���������~���������-j  ���������'T":  CHIEF OP STAFF-:  Tokyo, Aug. 1.���������General Oku has  beeii appointed Chief 0f the General  Staff of the Japanese army in sue.  cession to Gen. Baron Kodama, wh<j  died July 22.^''  Gen.    Oku, commanded  tho left  ar-  >,  He explained to them that- ^m.....5  lions was dillcient froim delivering"jmv ������"luring the Russian-Japanese war  sinters amd coffee, or gelling (rrfb-jand achieved a series of brilliant  bons,  and   lo emphasize  his remarks ! -victories, including'Nanshan    and Tio  he produced an agreement freeing Mir.  Bostock of all responsibility in case  they were eaten by Leo. This was  bul. a precautionary measure he said.  Mi Kirby finally selected three of  the yoiina women who had been the  hiavest, to  train as tamers.  Sunliijl't Soap Is better than other soaps, but  s best when used in the Sunlight way.  Buy Sunlight Soap nnd follcW- Directions '  FOR THE BIGGEST* BARGAINS IN  Wall Papers  Call on J. E.  t?ouse- and Sign Paintei  iin . T)he army under his command  isolated Port Arthur as a critical  stage  of thc  siege.  >. ���������"        " ��������� ^ ������������������ ' '      ���������  UNNECESSARY  EXPENSE.  Acute attacks of^ colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and  prompt relief must be obtained.  There is no necessity of incuriing expense of a physician's service in such  cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at  hand. A dose of this remedy will'  telieve the patient befoic the doctor  could arrive. II has never been  known to fail, even in tire most severe and dangerous cases and no family should he without it. For sale  bv the Ladysmith Pharmacy.  ���������/--r *-> ���������������������������������r  fc!%  ^tCj&SSgp  ADVICE AS TO PATENTAfilU  lieu iu ''Inventive Age."  OIZSIONS  TRf.DE MAhKS  AMD COPVR.GHTi,  OGTftl'HEO  Y W������rff>?'T"*?='  '|:.r.... -     _..  i > Cook "llowtoobtain l'.itenls"  \ Cliart;es moderate. No tee till patent is secure.).  r-      tetters strictly confidential.   Atldrcas.  X S. 0. StGnERS, P.itunt Lnwycr. Washington, D. 0.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations/   -'.  Any available- Dominion lands  .within the Railway Belt in British  Columbia, may b������ homesteaded by  any person who is tlie sole head of  ������ family, or any male;,over e gjhtecn  years of age, to the extent of one-  qirarter section of 160 ���������'acres, more  or less.  Entry must be made personally at  the local land office for the district  in which the land Is situate,  Tbe homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following  plans:  (1) At least six months' residence  ���������upon and cultivation of the land in  each year for Ihree years.  (2) If the father, (or mother, if the  father Is deceased), of the homesteader rssldw upon a larm in the vicini  ty of tbe land entered for- the    requirements   as to residence may    be  satisfied by such person residing with  the father or mother.        .  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned, by. him in the vicinity of his home  stead, the requirements as to residence1 may bo satisfied by rcsideuce  upon tlic said land.  Six   mouthe'   notice     In     writing-  should be given to the Commissioner;:  ot'Dominion'Lands at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10  per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320  acres ��������� can be ademired by one individual or company. Royalty at- the  rate of ten cents per toii.^of 2,000  pounds shall he collected' on. the  gross output. ���������. ��������� :  "W. W.   CORY,  Denutv of  the Minister  of Interior  W.   SII.RR  *EMEKAL EXPRESS AND  DELIVERY -.'- ���������  WORK PROMPTLY DOV"^.  Leave orders at the Abbotsford.  Keep Minard's  house. i  Liniment  in  " r i  the  lWSggt)S$\  Leads Theni3; All  JN QUALITY  R. P. RITHET,  &<^;rLtd  Pacific Coast   Agency. -.  /ICTORIA. :���������: :-:   -    ^i: :~B.C  GLASS  OLOBES;  When you want a (lias's 'glbbe".'���������  see. that   you get the *j globe '  with the rubiber ring "on'   it,^  as it is .the only, ���������"kind   "that"  can keep the; water but ��������� the '  globes without the rubber ring  cannot    keep,'' out water, ybu  can    see that   hy exaniinlng1'  them.,     The artificial   flower'T  that  is  put  Into the    globes'  with the ruhher rings'; Is guar  anteed to he the best, and .if  you    want a globe   with    a  .'Rubber Ring, call at Mrs. T.  X.  Jones, agent for ,  HBNRY.CREVV  The only    place you can   get  Them.  Sole Agent in B.C.   for    the  French   Wreath.Co., of   London,   Paris, 'Melbourne,   S.A.,  Cor. Comox Rd. & Milton St.  NANAIMO B.C.    **"  I  i  i  i  i  m  First Class  RIGS FOR HIRE  DELIVERED  WOOD AND BARK FOR S ALE AND  EXPHE SS WORK.  DAVID JOHNSON  PHONE 66 LADYSMITH  ���������..���������..���������.-<>..���������..*-���������.-���������-���������. ������..������..������..���������..������������������.���������.���������������������������������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������"���������������������������������.���������."������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������'  NOTICE  LADYSMITH   WATER WORKS  ' Consumers are requested to call at   the office     on Roberts   Street  my Water    Rates, between the 10th   and the 25th of each month.  Office Hours I P.M. 4 30  T, LBLAND  * .. ���������     / SUPERINTENDENT  lOu  -j  Light Teaming.  Orders With���������  riRST AVE'NTJE  Wood and   Bark   for  sale.  W. CARTER.  J.  KEMP,  or   leave  PHONE  P   VOU WANT AGOOD--���������:   flr^t Cla^s  Meal  CALL AT���������  J.X. Smith's-Restaurant  ALWAYS OPEN FIRST  AVENUE.  Aug. 7, 8, 9. Sept. 8 & 10.  Tfl    ALL P 01 NTS ^  For particulars call on    or  write E. E. Blackwood, Gen-  N.P., Portlahd, Ore.  Minard's Liniment cures Cold, etc.. ^S      T    ...  "  "     -j '  ��������� -" <, ���������,-������������������3.-   > v z^^x^yT"-���������^'"}^-^^  ~    J     ,-"*'     . }     ���������,'' y JL..".*V ^:yfl!^(>.".-' t":-1-  -^  THBL ADYSMITHDAILY LEDGER  <fr $ ft������it' ������������������������������������������������4fr-������*������-������������^fo*MHfr-������-������%  rs snots  That Wear  I      HAS   THE   GOODS  2$ Ill It H j   l^OtOS,     n you want   to sell your chickens  That's AID   for'a fair    price, bring them to   J.  ��������� ' ..     f v   Smith's restaurunt, 1st Avenue,  Local Items  Mr. Carl Calhoun, of Seattle, arrived in the city today, and is visiting relatives heie.  WANTED���������Good man to repiesent,  the Imperial  Guarantee and    Acci-  , dent Insurance Company, in Ladysmith.     Apply to J. Anderson, P.  O. Bo*-, 491,  Vancouver, B.C.  ���������Mrs. T. Cowan and,children return  ed  last evening fiom a t|wo  'weeks' i  visit  with   fiicnds  niwl   ldatives  Comox.  None Better-Capital & Nugget Cigars  i - .  ���������"m  in i  escape of the gases that are foimed  in thc process.  5 Porosity may he due, either lo  Mrs. Jaa. Provan returned from coarseness of gram or to fissures  Nanaimo today, where she has boon When* gieat masses aie involved the  in the hospital for a few davs, hav- former, has* little or no effect as the  ing undergone an op&ia-tion 'rocks aie practically impervious,   . 1 j t-geiefore, the latter is the great con-  Mr. II. Hughes, who was serious- ' t*oiling condrtion of coal metamor-  ly injured recently in the mines, rs [ phism. Fissures are produced hy  today reported to be in a somewhat ' joints and iby clea\age, aitd where  improved    condition.     ITe     obtained   these are found lhe coal  is in a high  Many different designs to  | choose from in plain, fancy &  brocaded���������All the  rage at  | present Shirt Waist Suits-  Guaranteed ail Good Washers  ���������From  121-2 ID 50C.  some rest last night,  and  from  now  on  h expected lo improve."  A little excitement was witnessed  at the meiry-go-round last e*.eiiiiin,  ���������when two young fellows .attempted Id  tsettle an argument in a fistic encounter. Neither received much dam  age, although eacli. tried to fix the  other hard enough The trouhjle start  ed with some of the older i,oys who  should have known hetter, attempting to  i tm the engine./*  degree of canbonryalron,  where    they  aie absent it i^ chawged ionly   slightly from the original peaty condition  ���������From Mines and Minerals for' July.  SCHOOL O-F SALMON      ,  IS 25 MILES   LONG  Beilinjgham, -Aug 2.���������Thc salmon  canneries' on the south side havoloen  busy 'today with the largest catch of  the piesciit season   , Some fifty thou-  s  Fancy Linen Stocks, Fancy'  Lace Collars & Fancy Applique Designs that we have decided to-run in all at one  price���������Values up to 50c.  Special  25c. Each  Waiters &  Akeohead  .#.1������..t..������.,������..������-.������'..������.'.������"������"������"������"*"e"������'*������"0"������������������"**'������**������'  sand sockeyeis weie hrought in- Last  Mr. T. Hazel, of (Nanaimo, v.ho is night and this morning A laige  to have charge of the work on the ' school is le-poited making its war  sports grounds, commenced work this ��������� from Cypress r&uirl t-oward ihii Kia-  ���������morning, and will put in stakes in ' sei rher, and the !>*h ,ua .epoii-ed  preparation for the woik of giakling 'to be strung out for a distance of  Tomorrow morning two more men twentv-Ave miles  wrll Ire put on, and on Monday more | If the fish had come for se.eial  men will b'e added to th** staff. Ow- j weeks as they h * !< *n cu .).ii.\ i'-r  ing  to  the    smallness  of the rocks,   pack v.n"'1 I' o i  -��������� . n.*.-'    >��������� t"*..t  f .-AT���������  | Knight's EoLk Store  it has "been 'decided that it would not}  pav to put on boys for clearing purposes as was at fast proposed, there  fore the plan has -been ab&mlonen,  and the rocks will be lemovod with  ra1 es  THE FORMATION OF COAL  ills  ij .-.'i  of 1902 The re-*crf<: uom (hi*  if true, in/hcati* a laigei rrn  waa expected  ��������� 4-   Another mine near Vancouver Island has just started shipping!.to the  Tyee shelter. It is vwnftd. hy u*^  Northeu   Exploration  Company   and  Thc general results of the present  imji'irv into the Iransformalion of  vegetable matter into coal may be  summarised as follows.  1 The change frojm peat to Ug^.tc,  lignite to bituminous coal, and bituminous coal to anthracite is a process of fractional distillation due to  heat  2 Tin* heat may he aPP-i^l locally  and wilh gieat intensitv as in a  case of volcanic af lion, or it may  he imperceptible hut applied through  a  Ionic t'criod of time.  J In the latter case the action  is *-luw and of such low mtitisity  that il is contioiled largely hy conditions   winch    rfccelei.iie ai    u-lard!  tl'i*   |H()������SS.  I   The  piiiicip.il  rondition.coiiti  11-  iiijr  di-.l illation ol   L'hs character     is  the porositj oi nn] i'Ui eabilitj   o" Iho i  rock.s which    i������rmils <.r   retail1    thr  serrated oil Hn1 'I1  ib rich in col    '  fluxing       "Vlana  now I'l I atb smrto.  sale oi   the n'ltput  Island. The ore  , old and selt-  *- r>\ Ilairell is  n i ict ing for the  i  ������r D-jKh; Ms  t  1st. Avenue. Ladysmittt, B. C j  I. f.. ifiin?. Prop, -j  ���������'AlAIvE HA\   .1111 LI'  ', 111. ������. -J sinNF.."1,*  There is a -mm i> tho voile of  tho thrift j la. mi . re knows lhat  the bright Min li ni n..iy last but a  day and ' 'e .r s Im Lhc shnwcis  which ai' <��������� **> ��������� lfJ follow So ���������  it  should !���������   ���������   ' '*    household.  Uvsentery, ( i i- uA ��������� li' leia moi^1  Lis may at > <> , ���������' "i Hi'- incra-  bd'., of t' p .' ' ill. ut warning,  Ch,. m'i rh ii <- uli, Choleia and  Dian'i.ua lie ' ^ \--h.ch is thc Vst  1 rio\ n re '.I* fi.i thtsp'diseases,  s'iouI lwa- - 11 I fi>l at 1 and, as  ii.im.ei if' i' ,iI un iii ii> net .**.SiU ,  ,uid th        iii.i% ,'|iii)\i' f'til     -Fur sale  |     JMANUFACTURlvR OF     i  I Carbonaied Beverages. i  I n   Ginger   Beer      |  | ��������� Fruit Syrups |  I P.   O.   Box   2.|8 I  ���������   . ������  -���������..a..������..������..*������e..������..������"������������*������������������6..������-.������..������ ���������..������..���������..<!..���������.  m Lad    'ii.th I'h.,1 inacy.  Minard's Liniment Cures   GargeL in  Cows.  Minard���������'.*': Liniinrnt 'cmre's Distemper.  wwy vmmm^imm vm-i hwtwty������  'X3%  RID/i  - %.XtfT?tXTV^>-.-,l*V<rtxZ~'SJ&!-* -���������  Choice Plurns, 2 pvuuwh* for ���������������������������--��������� ���������   Tasty Peaches, 2 pounds for....'. --    Fresh Tomatoes, 2 lbs for  --���������   Hothouse Cucumbers 3 foi'    Valencia Oranges,   per do.'.en,  10c and ...  / Fancy Lemons, per dozen,'   :   California Apples, 3 go.u.n.ds   for     Local Apples' ������i pounds for    Bartlett Pears, per   pound   Nice Ripe Bananas, per  do/en   Fine Big Watermelons, each   Island New Potatoes,  12    pound's for'....  tf--r3A������r*nx^-:*-*'.m ���������  BLAIR St ADA/  THE PLACE TO GBT GOOD TH1NOS TO EAT  FREE LAUNCH RIDE  On Thursday afternoon next,  comrnei'cuig at 2 o'clock, ^Ic-  Donald'** launch will leave the  jjiiblio wharf for the Green,  and the ndo w'ul be al^olute-  ly fiec This is, a chance to  take the little foils foi an  oiiling that .should not be  o\er looked.  I liaAe bought 0ufj the in-  leiesi of Mr. Thoinley m- the  lease of the Green, and will  in future carry on the business. myself. Those wishing  camping plots'", should apply  to rue.  nRS.    McKINNELLEY  JESCKIBBS WORLD'S  GREAT EST'DIAMOND  E.  D'.  Rerd,  who  recently   an hod1  in Seattle 'from Johaniic^luug, fcJou'ih  Africa, was present- rn the ollicc    of  thc Premier  Transvaal Diamond Co,  when tlie Cullman diamond," the Uig.  est in thc world, was found,   sa,us u  Seattle despatch.  The .I'ffico was situated at the mine-.  I lardy,  the discoveier of the   stone,  lushed excitedly into the looms ami  piesenled Ins new  find lo thu astonished eyes ol  all piesent.  For a  moment no one trusted   his  senses,* as    the sue of the diamond  .was altogether out  of pioportion  lo  all their ideas of such things.      For  somer time    they    lefused  to believe  that a fabulous fortune lay  ui'llai-  dy's haftd.  'Some    of us  look'Od and,    seeibg  its'"glitter,  thought it was a   stone  of an    unlittown    sjiccies,"  said Mc.  Reid at the Butler    Hotel.     "Some  one present confidently expressed tho  belief that it was  mica, .but, a   test  fpnekly proved that -ve were ofcserv-",  ing    a diamond    befoie    which    the  world-famous Koh-i-nooi, of      Juoon  Victoria,  sank almost into   .���������!/.'fnifi-  cance. /     '    ' '  "The stone,     which    is called tho  Cullman, as  a compliment to Manage  mg Director Thomas Cullman, of tlie  mine    was    discovered in IS!)I,- aucl^  weighs 3.023J carats.  "l't was mooted around for a time  that a movement should be put    on  foot to ask    ',',icii individual m    the  British empire to contribute on* shilling to    purchase    the Cullman   rn/l  present it to King  Ed-,\aid.      ''imt  was never done. .  "The diamond (was afterwards sent  to    London    by    ordinary registered  post-, but an  insurance ' policy-. ,' was  taken out foi half a 'million   pounds  sterling. . ....  "As the stone was when found no  one wanted to - pay the .laibulous  pnee for it but when F last heard  alioutiit the owners were, thinLing of  sending it to Amsterdam to ihe cut  up and so made marketable."  Mi Rerd believes that Home Rule  should be given to Safuth" Afnca and  savs that all thc British people require it, as they believe that a proper distribnition ol'the*.parhamci>taiy  seats would icsujt rn gi\inp non-'  Boeis a majjrity. He' thinks also  that rmanv progressue Boers would  be elected -who were opposed, to thc  Wai and who would loin tlicii Bii-  iish iellow snhiects in woilvihg for  peace and tho common g:)od.  With)regard to.the inucstion of .thi>  alleged Chinese slavery m South Al-  rica Mr. Reid says'  "There is no such thuig The Chinamen havc to woik!eight- hours a  day like any other person and ai e  housed in" a compound after 'each  shift. Sometimes thej are peimitled  to go to town in ibatches in charge  of white men. You cannot have- Chinamen around a town all alone, can  you?"  Mr Reid, wdio is a native of Glasgow, Scotland, left South Africa  some month's ago on tlie ad\ice nf  his doctors and went fust to England, aiound tins Hoin to Seattle,  where he arrived two weeks ago. He  contracted pneumonia with winch ho  was confin-Hl uaitil Friday at the  GeriPial hospital,  lie was in Clautenrala durrrrig -ts^re-  - - Just  Received  wtMiynB3H������  We carry a Large Stock df ,  I Feed, Hay, Bran, Oats. Chpp Feed  .Corn, Wheat, Shorts '&���������_ \ /, .  >-*    Oilcake ;  fS1M( N \Mm*' CO Ltd.  fc    FRESH'SUPPLY OF  ,    ��������� -^S  fe:    FRESH'SUPPLY OF   WE HAVE' ON  HAND SOME VERY NICE4  ������ ROLLED CORNED BEEF"  13 I-2C. LB.   ^  I A. HOWE 1  g , MEAT   MARKeT- -   .,      3  TjiumiumiuruiuiUiuiUiU u������ uuunmuiutou'Uiiiiuua re  jgflggglftiirsax&BMi^^  SCREEN DOORS  We offer all sizes in Screen Doors, complete with  Hinges, Etc. For  $1.50    EACH  LADYSMITH HARDWARE COMPANY LIMITED  W. Q. Fraser  Merchant Tailor  FIRST AVENUE. . .. ^,  Suits    Made to  Order lo Fit and to your  Satisfaction. Call and see Stock  -OMSBr^!^lSX^S^SSS33SSBBSBtSi  BARGAINS-BARGAINS  i n  I  cent levolutron,  and  with a smile he |I  nelated that the slormy petrel of  Lhat lepu'ihlic aiul i*-s neig,hl)Ois was  none other that one Jal������ Elliott,  .illas Elias Sanlio Graham, of Missouri.  Ask for Capital aiul Nugget Cigars  Smoke Little B.Cigars.  * NOTICE. -,  I have tal'en over thc san.ita'i-y business lately handled by M. Campbell  Mid am prepared' to do work in this  Hire In first-class; shape. Leave orders for heavy, beam ���������wf.rlc, sanitary,  ���������work, etc, with Messrs. Blair ; &  Adam. Also any complaint; regarding genveager ' work .will",.'be; attended  to if'laid at. this place.  ROBERT CALLANDEIt.  Ladysmith, B.C.  ���������.-.'���������',.'.';  Watches,  Clocks,  Silverware,   Jewelry f������ Paiicy  Goods   of all desctiptioiia  all are to he cleared at a Great Reduction to make room  for new shipments  Oi IHttKTMliiir^^ is a Snap  ~" B. FORCIMriER  Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician  nnarwiiin n ���������"   ' '  e������eoo������s������9������coo������e������������eo������e ������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ^or Today  we have a choice, supply of  - y  F  nUTTON,:':   .  BEEF, ETC.  E. G.PANNELL  GATACRE ST.       LADYSMITH  and' latest Patterns and  Fiais^es in  FRAME MOULDINGS. ;  ' -%. ���������*���������.,������������������ ���������%-.  PLAQUES.       '.':-  WALL PACKETS.  '���������   ������������������ ���������������������������'���������%���������"  Pictures���������British and German.  Bevel  ���������. i Plate Mirrors.  ��������� ��������� e * ��������� ��������� ��������� e ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������:��������� ���������'���������'������������������������������������'.  1 Granite antl Marble Works  ���������  ���������.Granite and , Marble Monuments;-Tablets,-etc., at jtlie  lowest prices :��������� consistent  with, first class stock and  workmanship. . "Wte for  catalogue. ���������  A.. STEV/AIRT, .'"���������.;  118 Yates'St. Victoria B..C  ������������������'���������*���������.  Smoke a Big B Cigar:  LAUNCHING   PARTIES.  Parties wishing to engage a   first-  cliass launch  for picnic or   excursion  Passe Par tout Picture  Binding    in  parties  'at    reasonablo. rates should  all   colors.  Just arrived from 'the .apply to     II. BLAIR,    Cecil Hotel,  City.   Launch may be engage**:! for the  evening at any time st  factory in the East,  Picture Framing-Neatly, done at  H   KAY'S  WALL PAPER DEPOT  Dr. Dier can be found at any time  at -bis office on Gatacre street. His  dental work Is guaranteed to be first-  class, and rates reasonable. ,  .JL-.

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