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',"*l";v-'J-' v.-iiat'ortieritvirt^tiicb:- r.tJtn Ist.-.rt ,^  K; rn-wcily for. bu.���������������*.<*���������*'' oi.thoati.thcivwr.tvs*,-  m  ;:"i*'  W m-wcily tor. ou.���������������*.<*���������*'* pv.i-iio**= ���������-������"���������:>"���������*.*-, .y  <S '.a* The- repuutt- u ���������������_.<.-. >oy f'V i>.*t*nipt-.;S  ������:: iKf.n rr.-il-:tt3 ovtr Mnli Ovdiv; tnivij torse .k,  l^'aliot-ii at ri gr-iufy ini-rtt-to..,    .-y   .-,;���������; ft*  i|;'Cro������rses^i ,S'-;'' E*7 ^Goods:^'^ :yy:;|  ������'-' Liaiit:rs'-;-:;:-v.;- ";��������� Bpots;a!id; Sh6.-~ V" l,..  ���������#'::_i*arey4;v:A^  $.y'Ce"5'c _<*?,.;;.'. y;.; T"d_orh:c  Q-^'-P^^r':: ���������_lyDr--*;tna!ci*i'~ *  @��������� V'Raoucsts ������or';T.!*cs llili^-tl'etvrople.yy.!  .WyTocviYe-prD-i^tivl!^  ;.ltl.j���������.>'.;.;���������;'���������.'���������..������������������_.-. yVy';"' ���������-."��������� ���������;������������������-      -yy:y ���������.:������������������.���������.���������.;.::���������;.y.;1^ I  :mU^PPP::.^Q^^-iU::UU^^.^  f^^'"'":^  *' ���������T"S**'-v "���������^'-Pfi^Uf^- t~*������ ';arf(X-:it  U:^^^:g^U^.^^^^':<  ��������� ^y-y'Soli; Agents jfy-%; yy"  -,: ���������- ,.--u;.. ,:.. - -  . .T^.-v-.-i.-'_?>,  0^if^'^^\:������^i:U'^UUUUl\  ,,,���������*+_a:J.  Three Tilings-  price.  ;���������       QuaiUy.  Assortment.  Enter i*aoi" iHi-gely iulo iho  set of buyinc* thsii a"3'thing  ���������U else. If the -pric-'" i* right,  yy the 'iuahty f-.'ooc'l,n~sorttnerLt  complei", buying* is easy-;  'lhat is wht\t ia.3k~- buy-  iujx c'sv nt- our si ore. Wc.  hav~ i.*t������ 5Lock and ci-n s-nit.  the vr-rutH of "l! in 1j"J  Ocotl?, M"n"s J*"umishinffs,  Jtafj, Booty aud Shoes,  Clothing, Crockery and  (slasbW8.ro, aurt prices thai;  others cf.n't touch, quality  ��������� of good:; considered.  "\Vo have deganl 'lines of  the best goods at various  pvicf-s and the '.-..lest ihir.jr  in sty 1/5 of di'-i^fti. Thi" is  y-ii-t the time to buy rubbers  -nd winter footwear. Tl is  to  show  CERTiFiOATEOF_!MPRO������������MERTS  Sutton Miiu-ral Claim  "iliir.tf i'i '.1... r.K>"!nov\-..ot M'.ii!:.-  Div'.-.iou ol West K'..v|i*nuy I������i->tiic.  V. I,..r.: In. ale'el-   Oil '.!���������<*   u<ir'.>ivv'>l  ���������.'���������If o! ih-j i'_tov.ii|uiii  l*'.'l'.v("it'. tl.������  ',l'..'cl!!oiv:i,;t   r<!-.������r  utiu   th*- n->rt!*.  I'-jIB  vjI ihn 'i-.ttfi, ale.u:  It.u  ul.ss  ijejUlten-.'. of Iiloi'I.io. i.tt.  'Pi.'..; i.ci.c tl'tit I, I-'trt-.': l-'ltllin-i-i I".ir:-.ard,  .'"ri.e Mlnu'i Cernt'.-s.-.e ;���������'.. "*���������_-..*,:_ !.,,i..d ,.t  _Se������ " e.v',i!.l'i*',i : ^;i it.'.. T'.l: e'-.v ������������������; Oc'.o\.er,  15>. "iifraj.'1'.U il'.r-f.uv -.f il.t* r.Il'.'jj'., -*-"ir.s.'r  River _-.nU UhtiI"-! \.*.'li! J-.. Id*-, j.:n.iu<l,*t*r������c  Mlncr't (>,-:.il.-.et" *.--.. Clin A, iv.p.p" st X. v  Wv.emin'.'i-r 0:1 ll'C'JOtli el������,v m -.'".ti-:. irf7, i;i-  *,.-':id,e>o .ir.v. -,rj-.ii*-i ni n-e.ficoi,-.,) i.p*-.!;--.0  t'\-- -Minn.!,' t'....-,.n.1'.i ior r. C.-rtihe-nwjt iin-  pKii'iie'iiK, :e-r I'tc |'ir[*������_.-t������ of ./otr-tt'.!!'.;; n  erovvu t;r.iitt for t':.; cj't'e','' 'jittitn  .1 :vi,-fv..-."  tetku n.^t:c*:   till..   f.e'ie,ii, *.l!Ul.-r  .-J   b..i-j:.;  f'.S  NOT IS AND COMMENT  Th.'it '.te'ti'irice In Otin.-iiliiiti I'dininuruii  tind terror eif iiie {<iv,-tt l.ikos, tliu ~-  lit-, i.s   Iiiivin^   lite  tesoofc   r  nut  ,.v,  ���������   .... vlciihltj  ���������.*X{*Piiei-|ff tli.'.O piol.alily r-vt-r fell to  llir; ltiL e>t :l io������ni!'*rvo "ostroycr em  lii.*r w;iy tei l,i)._> s^'cru* of action. ������*b~t'  first oi tvU ("���������>��������� ii.it<������ tiouhle nfl'l.bi*  cei.i't of Mttir.c .intl hatl to put intf> tli.'  port <A Kalif-.-, whori* under lhe nuia-  KeCS.   oi   U-.d   .'{'.HIS   Ol lho ll'llwl flinrie.'ll"  atniel  ;i   :";ood d-.-al  of   chsit  fidirt'thu  O.lfiarj'.AIl    piCI-e   J-tJC*   V*.*'.'-.''   .'.llovvt'tl   It)  le-'lit.    L.'-t.-ir or. while woe'dlm*,; ni> tUo  ^^i:^i^\:^^^^,t^c^  EU J*v;ri*.ic... si,,- van inlo * CvD^li.tn  /������������������et'tl tl.ts'e'.i. 0'iv *..!K������[,t   Wi. vc--e3e>l. siiikincf imr, and I'Oitif; on her  '.'.-js.-'..iv. ;-. y. BAits.iEi), ...      *' . -~    ,**  , '.wey  without sei   mnrh as stopping to  CCVUK FU.^C-j-O:" le'.IXiCr.iL CL.-.lTvT.      hoin tha v'W.v.    Kow slit*  i"_to   he:  .-������:���������  Sttii.'.lo in  tlie*  Si!i*..illevi.!i'i "ininssTiiv-s'un.   ">'r*KLi*ci   on  her  ,irriv:*.l  at.   th.: poit of  V'h.'������il?eiu.:.l-J.'.r.ur.d.^p:,t-*,--_?,,.v.U^by   jj<)lUl.e;t]   inr ������l,ul_..,j.eSi    1���������   Lhc- wan  f.in. Mapl'- ���������...���������r.' 7.!lii"e.-.i Cl������.ii*J. o>. tjji  _is-vt I "" "   "  "or lhe Horns. Kmt_"ior.. on tl.o Vul oy I -viiilrt   !hr-   n,-v;*l it'Sei'VC  of  fJ-tioit  tlwtj&k ly**! Miae*ril Cli.irti, nirictnE lo :���������. j                  -.     ���������   j     , ,               -.  nair.'ivvpo'.iimi th-. Sorrli.                              ".vnttre ilte.- is to h". -_.tti,MOiiPcl  ftrt*  i.n--:  j;���������5-''"'_~rj''iifi 5P>.-ti. ������������������  ifri^i^llI^itpjS        6   pluRBUVO   for    US  ^S^~-UUUU������U!-:UU\^     ovir goodes.  mmmmmmmm mm  ^U'^^^r^ci^^^^UUUUc:  :\i:Z: yVsOt-tClf GS,iy:"y:;:-iv'-:Sy 'i--t::. fi:;y  UUUUh p'7-ngta. ry t pm^?.9v iS;^;?'  :''5'-(5n!i'_*''l;'''R"e^n"s^i:5^^^^  *''*' 3 ' r. O  I J"<?vcJ<-i"3V:e Slrdlon  ;;  miY BABBLE,  WATCHMAKER   AND  T-.k."' NotiCL tit*.!. 1, ?Vat L SuIIi-.k.-i E.in*atel.  fres Mlrn-.i f.V-rl- lie- .lo _**">i. SWJ-?. :;^uo.l al  in'pvv VVv>ta*.ir*'teroti tlie win day oi Ociol.et",  itys, tv-, bf;.:iit for mi it rn h lit".;*, of tne Leilloof",  I"iuht'i H.-zer nnd tTaribr.ei Ge.Itl rtctrli,. l,i:ni-  ted. Kui' .'Um-*-;e>_irtincBt'. Nee. CtiS .'_. :<.s*jc'J  al S'cw VV'-.K'.KtitV'tO'- ' ti lr.e"Ol!i tloy ol .Tt'na,  11*117. .nlO'ed, 6tl days noni tiia itio hore-of, to  ujiply :������> 'he Mie)i:i_r lltcordur Co" a Cortijie'e-ti*  of Iiiv.ireiVciiiisi.t3 fe.rlli" pi_trvti_Ks oC f."ilttiriire(;  a C.o'.v'et e.ratitof.theal)..v<; Mii-e'trrAl CJIairu  ^vr.tl fitrmor take nj'.ivc. tli.-:. Kt.nin vir.iij'.-  secti'ir. "7, ii'teiiC lie e*oiii,iic.-e-riJ l.vTo. ������t tha is-  ���������ill- r.Co r.i .urb t e.rlJf.v-'ti- t.f   l.op-.oee;..-.t le.d.  I>..uc*. Ui*,*. K.th Of.y t; Octoi.^r. sa.~.  i>\ a. B .It's'RIJ.  WjillWICIf JTi. V(,*-'I0;" MlNK-tALCI.MX  I-'ilui.tc la ika llie ll'.c.v.-vet  M'.i.r.t  Division.  Wh iu !'-,e [it. d:   B,ii.':i<_l-"u o.i ihu no.*tr. l.y.  the I.ait:.. I', mio.'-il cljita, on tl,oi,outh t.y  Ib.- ri.txoil.y ii-.ii-t^ip.l cltJtu. on lb������*. t-i-1 b;,  v-ie'.'it jri"..oi:d, ruiMUi.e ivt-t.-t t'j a *i..rio*>'  ".our.  Tnkft notice *.'*m,*. I l'reuk (Si-!it������r.ri "Hattiatd,  l"T'0 Jftrt-:*) tli riiilt'ittii  No. &.-IVJ,  hu-ioel t.'-  N'ov,* V'"''*,tteii->'*ie?r 0:1 t,hc 17tn. el'ty eiC Cte.:ob.-r,  loO'." -vt, .tKe rtv for ^net on belnilf ������1 rise i .'i.o.tct,,  riat-dr  It.vest  uutl Otrib.-vo '-lei'id l-'ieK*.*:, Tjinti  C'l.'Frre Min. i-v Co-ti!!c-.te jNe*. fins .*., i^ned |  .ou-ly t'.\v-,ut:,iK< her wrival in ordtr t  h''ive hc-r a __jvt*:ti_. ������������ri>pi.iori. Ono -.���������"<*'*.'"  think the hfal. thinp. they e-oulfl do  would he to -.nn"> tho oie" hulk .*.p to  tha whr.if mid say t'.'' little* as poet-;;Mi*  tt'oout h~r. '    -  OVERLAND   TO   YUKON  The Ccm*-p.e*rci^.l Kloiteiise Nnrnbaf.���������  Tlie Eelmoiito- Ov-crl-ind Route.-.���������  Why Wot ?. Kevclstokfs Overland  Rcatej?  The jKiejsi'iiko nuniher of r.ho Vt'iriui-  peg  C"o:r.ir.'irijin:  is  to limit).    It ro'.i-  t.ii:>-   .''.  rit>-.ci iption   of  tho Iriv.d   and  mmu'j- rouit"; to thu V tilt on via "Mmon-  :.'*:i.    Th."   fc.'isibilil.Y   "'f tlieaej roi'tuc  hi'.':  long :'t<'i  he'.'ii  ttciuonsti'aiftJ.   >>.-.  li������!h httv.i heen  w.oti hy tiie  Kninon  L-:i;'cotiipany*;i,:i-.I irt*<! tri'.tie������i*sc'.r.es li-ip-  pi'i'i f'.tr riitti'y yea's.   I**e"t?iiher of tht'tu j  is to bu I'ollovvL't; v,-ithri'.i!  diai'-olLicss.  l'fr"'.;"p- tjvn! d.iiifPis, bui. i". is .'.hKr.r"  itir tes*.ii.t;rfe*ct toox'it't't tu h" "nolievt-d.  whoti thpy turn back halt' vv"y and pro-  uo.:nco "h'.-ni   iinprtu-t't-ablo.    E.tir.c.'.'t-  toii :it>.3 b'jt'r. th? o.itliltini' ."ltd f.-t'ejiv-  *nfV iVjiPt for the ii*in>?nse j'ur irudo  t.f r,he* Atht.haseiLaricl ivfat'ke'Pr-.it' rivers  for tht-law  coutury,.j,nJ hoc'rr,".der;->  come and go from a;*ti ro the rerr.ieU'hl  po'rj^t, it.-.rUi f\piy >vt:cV: at all s,c.-ons  eif the year.    By lho ovrrUtud louto as  far iv- Vo.i".i'. livor r.iine-r.-, iradors arid  tri.ppni" tri'.vol i'-.fii'i Ktli-tioi-jton cvpry  y?ar.    J-5t*youd Pe.'.cc  river tho tw.ii-  tl'ho s--'.te le*f,'!.-*l-t������re of Ocorsiii ban jJrcnoliMumch ty.uvp'iled bul ai e kno'-  prohihltPil   the   ptuyiuK    o"   eioefniil! tfl  exist  within the: lim-ls of  iht*   sin to.   They r,,_T.i_10H  t> nlior*. of their 'peo- ,  ar fi-s   ti*,'.' "_N*i'lsoo, whie:h  ne.'.ii-:  en   le".r:s:ttirt   bv  donoi-.Uhctli"  pi-* to b=. di.striw:U-(l fitmi the rofinod  ynd huirjant- n.itional amu'-cin-nt- of  lynching *niffc*r ��������� by any ^uch foiv.igi-  anti Kirhiirous ������ov*liEh:ie*:& .'-" footb-iil.  An txc-?llcntid������;i hns been .ir-octet"  Mini, the Beard of T:'.".fie ender.vv-.:* te*  it'Cjiiire   f "rman-'*.t   ������x'"*'"lel"**   ���������'"   l"  *iipthoJii.~rt~tn  the bead j tor tw������ or tlu-rr  bodt, and at ..,. ���������   ev.*.tbr3 en" tho Poii*-.    Tho  eovtie* from i t.-.tp'-utor *vo:-t  l~ovt.-i*=ioUe v-onld join  Ui'* Edtnontoo  i ome nt U*.e J'uR.'je l'ivt r.   Suoitkinfc "i"  tUii possibilitids bi'foies   th-"* wrnappetor  en  tour,-?  the;   ConimcrcLsl says, eif tin*  Peace   rivpr:    "As   long  .'ego ua 18CS.  Win. Oust,   a   pc...-tpeflor   " tili   living  iinrl  now  a resident,  neat' Sdenonton.  A   POINT   FOR   SILVER  Five Powers of th=  Latin  Union Will  lucre-" Its Use:  ".W.IK, Kov. H.���������Fivp. powetv-j of  thp  "j-iliu union, on the: initiative! of rjvvitz-  'cirlaiid,  hpvn  :,igitetl   a  con volition to  iiit-i-e-:i_-p the   n*.iinb:*i*   of  hrnull silver  fe-ii!"   l.y  a   ff.un:   per   bead of their  population, libit*); lho t'sis-l'iip 5 franv  piee-e.- t-) supply the li'.'coss.u'y -jiiveii-.  -���������~~-������������������  The -j. .-.   "I"o3*-.l3tid'' Lau'i-h������d.  On Tbtiis'i:*.;. ������*f*.i*rning at I!   o'floek  the Ie-.11.3r lnnkcii f'jf even-���������the l.'.unch-  \\i% of the <;. P. It.'i :.0'.v  faist  passen-  p������r and express:;���������took ]*.l;icaafc i-faktiso.  The   Slot.Mii   pi.-~eri������:ei'   train   ioadod  '..".ih bor k-.ae^ of passejiiyors v.-as pnll-  rd   .ie������������.r   tho   tcone,   while;    tho   !-���������. s.  Nakusp w.es inooi'L'd n   short dittanee  ft on:  tho shore.',     Capt.   Troupe  V'"aa  tbeso inul li.'tel   pl.'iii.idt'.   all   r.rr.tn.fjtt-  ii*ienl"s lu ���������J*.t'.ke; lho aSAii- a consp:~u-  nits   ono, tiitii.   when   "ho.   .* rowel   had  5j.i*.liui'.'il o.roon'1, tho ropi'S  *.ver.:  cut  rtntl the now "Koa,-lu,nd" 1-"IcJ   oil* into  llio lake mid a &tro������imitig ttf -.vhtstl---.  iv.im    Itii:r-iuotivps,    SLcanihoalj.    and  ���������3".>v jjiiil.   Tho-Ntiliur.p tlieii took tbe  boa'jin hand and tt,*.ved hei* up to the  coo'iiany's dtveks.   The IRosi) - nil   will  not. ti.? put into the pr.ss*:;);_;ef s,n-vico  month?, or ���������.iBt'T. U*.'  LAURIER VISITS WASHIKOTOK  TO BE PRESENT AT THE SEALING CONFERENCE AND URGE  RECIPROCITY  Maaitotia's Klondike, Nino Million Dol-  lats Taken in ior Wheat Already.���������  ?"ui"dsr cf Four Children in Quebec���������  The Fat! Boiler Explosion at Vao-  coucer, ��������� The Afridi Insurgents and  tha Arr.-ar.��������� The Yellow Ftver oa  the increase.  e'rii'r.ci.'.r. to 'ras iiErv.-.7.D.)  0~t.'.*_va. I-Tov. 0.���������Hon. .Mr. TJavip-  .st'tcs tlmt tha Pn'raieiP :'.nci himscif  will go to Washinston to b*a prcspat  at the seniinj; coiifeivijcc* and also because they have veeeivod inside infor-  ������.ii.".tii-.~ that rc-iiprot-ity on some  articles would he consieierecd hy tlie  Unite". St-'.tes authorities. *S~j'.nct:uvt'.i'  I-sianu-eoul hL-ii'.;; o:ie nitie-lo C.niattH.  wants Ldniittoet into the United States  free.  W>-~tm,i-:e_5, Ji'ov. 0.���������Up to date nine  million dollars have? beesM   leceived   hy  North V"c"t farm 1*1-5   for their '.vhrtab  ! ohis year.  mi  Moi-TftM.'-Tj,  ~Cov,  6.���������Four ciuldrei.  ri!it.<.e It'Vai  uud umt-io ...o.vj fiei-..*:, ej..j.e 1 ,u,Qtm'0   forman-:*.,ej   e^.,...v.-;.-.   ...   ^.*. .��������� - -  ^^^.S^^tio- "$ oi'$X \ So.-.T~������n=.U bnilfli.,^.    There is pi.nty tna.l,.~~od ���������,'. vikei on v������~ ������.PP������ ^y-  l-W.'iiiwntl ������-) tioyt*. fteini ihe* uaw !"���������'",''. *''"   0r vifiml  ofiira room '11 l-b" htuleiing o~ the- Ponce, river, nn   ricncsi, .u.i.t  H^yiou^-A-y.rfJ^'iUTt^^'XlT^ ,.:���������"    -���������,--. ronM  rat turn ii boin^r   on  a  Lsii-   of the Findlay nvor,  t.*.tpe_.ut.ir work i" f I'lupi'-.e-d. but iu va_:c hpc.. flK'n,a in {,.__. v.-'oorto back of :  tbe.* uioaminifc will i".i P'-'-t to push:nK ,o1ipU 0llfl_ a tramiMianiBd llurpbv ,;  fr-i-ihi, while   the   Lyt.-.OD   will.a is   is ���������aid to ^e the muiiliTor.-'- --      ',  _s.ud._lvj iwt on rh - Xakosp deck, tor      ^ ^^^ ^, 0_JTh *  yej,ow ,  l'-'pa'.'S. >r    :,-   .,!.,..,.:���������,,-i--   ��������� (tie.   -tirrpaa?. ' '  UjKmW m&j,IM|g.^RM^ll ;: C. :���������*. Tt. 7:*::: ::.-������cson.  !'yv.y;y:Vyi*^HsVe^-'SoUc'tor^y^ Front Sireor. Next to Post OrVice  UUU^i^^^'^^^UuUUUiU^^UU  ���������������������������i6^c^Up^^^:^U^^^^V!^:J^3^SUS^^:  U- U-vMu. white;;; -&^m  mzmmmmmmm  ::���������-���������'-'-;-' ������������������,:' ;.;���������:.;:���������������������������-^yr-r-���������;ri:, y:.: ;;y...;\-.yy,.;..���������.._;.  .,1 itul-ro-. .:l*..:pl*t .'e-.r lite-i-tirpe sc eif r'j*.fl..f-i  .-. e rov, t: ^vtitit e.f Uv-i.eb-.r.' Mm, r.vi \'A .in>.  ,\u_t 'tiriu.-t tetVe: uot-.co thtv*. :.._.::o>__ e-.,.der  Snii-tion tC. umn Lei .oniirniatl p.-foic- ibe  !-v.-.i:.'T.-*c of .-eucti e"i-rijH. et.- or I i_jri.V'.U!C_.ti.  D'll.'ll It'll 'JOtJ.. a**/ e.f U't'.olv:*, IS-,-.  S'JtlK JAV AUXKlUL. CJ.AjM.  '��������� -       "*"'/..  -"Notice..  "fr ~V. (5. vi"t.t'-o)i wmaoti*e~"l.*r.;e>n-:,ii" io.-  _in-.- do'.:' i.-.e-vir.*.*.'. in llie .-tores or t.i.y v.-liore  [Llt-"*-1-:. ir... cj'.iI tren. ,*:o.-t :ii -l*;  TO  ' No".-vr-'; Pab.ic  CERTIFiCATEOFlMPROVEifiEHI  c.-i-i'i;R-ruovv-" M'SKRAt ct'.'r-:.  Situa'-t- in ttis tlle.'ilit-'vaet Mh.ir...- C.v'Mon ci  v."c-l  ye-eutoap-y j.'Kiriel.    ^. l.ere !e>i t.Uti:  *3!>'-..vt:   h   rtiiiherlT  r-v;iti:.,ii*i_t   ri-tui   Miej  r-li-ec .".o.v ;r1:u;a1 i-lf.l:ii.  TV.-e; :to'.ic������ li.t*. I, W'.llt'r ~"ntt, M-li.-'-r im  eencat fo/ too Fian  Hiv-jr Cor-rc-v i>i"I S'lve:  l-iiMtiK ������".r������, Mi'... ?rt".' K'-.-ier'*. C-tritfif-lt- X<i.  '.'H:'l. nvtu'ie'., e;o,-ia-.i!r.jr.i tl-..' d--.*;e l-.crsc  .-'i'ltt'.k i:. thf Plociilcvv.-it-i Je~iuinK Diviaiote.  Wilt-.-.* !o.">:ti*..-.. />". .at jLunr mile's i.crtb o:  IUei til'-tw.vot, f'.tt.Uoii, itiititvl pout licirjfs  .-Ok.uI tt*i fe*trf*. tjotiji of K.E. c >c-.ter s.* LeviJi-  tevli oiiiiereel ��������� Itiini ,   . - -'   .  "fa'-su HtVie..' 'tilt I. rr.r.U SUllmun JlesMiftnl,  I''.-, e  "V*;.n*-l.''*_il*'***'.!!ie:Hte*  j**;o."~"*S>-. i-e-vv-d "Je  .**ew V.-fOt-iiiiiiie'rOn the ITtu elsy of e.l<*t->>,oi*.  IS*-. H-e ttgeal fo- and o>* beb >i������ . ������ (he "jilloocl  M-titi thot,,'VOJll:flcn'' e*011"* 11������' kiii'ii '-'  to Ivttor .-uJtVivnt:*.^e than by jjivbii;  th^ boarti hou-p. rof.-in. A p,-ri'i ir.or.l  . baliUtion wonW aebi consU'.t:rah"v cr,  ^tUP usvf uluoss of th'.- bo.u-el .-.r'tl v, oi-.Ui  lender ���������pus-.iblv.' tht- c-oUfetiotL of a  -tir--i.il Uhrary of reCerertce bn..rii.gr on  lilt; resouri*".- e.f ~"orth Koo'.o'n.'ty. oi  so.nio  boliifi  on  s. haI-   eif the Ft'icllay r'tvoi  tbrc-e'nsitp'-fi-.v.u ils   coittloi'-';.;   with  fch-j   l>>->;a-e.    All   the-  icsnhs ot'taiot't)  on   these   wtuois   bv Ciwt ind ol iwr-  '.'pa'.r  - Th'i I'lontlik. Group.  Situ-tfJ e'-t tbo brad  <>:*.Diienyhries  crrok an.-: jiisc bont-.-.i h the. shwU-:'. a  "ro:u  on   i-tieso   wuit'i'j.   ������j  iJi..,i,-���������*n������..,, ���������  wore in short pwoticof work, euppli" 1 ^"'J' pi'usp1-'  c_-.-,.,-j .     .���������������������������.-.;. ..���������.,.      , ,���������, r:iri:.Pr take., roues tl't.1 n.-tion, unelt-r  I'jCi-VELSTOK': &T'-TiO->".  ... .wmmmmmm?m.  Wim^mi^Pm-u  -.mi*" fyrtltsr iat<* rcttus tl'Ut HOtion, untlt-r  00:10-: *)7, rnt;*-t 'oc i-e-.-.-_nnene-eei v..elore thJji'.-u-  .^i^-ft of jj.-ifh e-erti~f.".feo^i)tlpr.>V':^lJ-���������:'f,  r-^]i^le-a-t-lhir.-2-l-___i^^_____i oeptfir-'oer. i'JjJ  1 esxliibir of speciinoiiG   of luinoral"  <pl-  ftei'U'tl withi.i ilitftilslricf, al'.xof-.-"-^'ch  isi-i. b- itiL~ai f'o- r.n.1 0.* beb >'������ . ������ (he Jilloocl, | w������<*.kl ^ "f Breat '*.--e to bavti'or, band  ������_"ras������rUiv. rant", u-j-sboo t"o d Fi')i'.4..j^niii-">*1.1 in ~il_*ii:o:.--,lr,itiiv.v thi; ailv.i!'"e.ar;os of  l'r-.p Miui:!'-. ej'j-tiflcilo No. CIVx. j=-i.it-il ���������_..���������" . , . .. ������������������  Ne-v-  WcsLT-ii^itp:- in i'r.y 30ih 'l������v o." .Ju- 0    "be*.   I'Ounli'V   U)   v.tt.orp,    jl.ip.   room  ^i^^SJI i��������� !i������ S^.S!^   -������������W tibo alTom ;���������   eonvotti-nt pmcc  .   _   _ .. .*...,<,��������� 1 ,i(��������� jrjjei-vitjv.-iiifT   ppoplf. I,;������ioi'B whom  the   board   .nay   wiy'.i  to   lirins 301:'.'  of itoi-rovetnont-s for tliti pu: ijCEo .*:" oDt^-.n-ie;; } f,,,* iotervit;V.-i:ier    pt'op1-*  tv ci-ei**->i 1:1 tint of thu ,."jov������* uil.te;: r,'.!. <m. ' .  -'.Ttel iiirl'.i",- i*.i:o rotjetr lh-;! aeti...-. -jtiJi.'.-  F:ec ion 117 Triii*.! In: e__t������iiii'.',ene*'.*ei l,r/oe-A i_uo  ���������a-.ewvnt-e of suoii cci*ii[*..:..le of tniorov--iitK-u*-s.  T>Rleti ;hH iOw diiy ol Ooi-ibvr k?7.  '23,v*St ���������?. S. BAitN.i":!).  EIuVEi* I-OY.' JUNDK.-.T. CI AIM.        0  :",it':ev:o ia 'io I]l.:cl'.l������vvi7������ Mmir.^ Division nf  Wt-l Kf.-il<:aM.y j.:*,ir;t':.    V-'her.; lota'.e-el:  -���������.':.��������� :ioticv '!:(������i I, V-olic- icon. r-:l'**������: M  ,i-<ci*.i f-:i- lhe l-l-I-   Jiiic/ c:'.pi*r-,- s::ii   -i'ver  ruiini; Co.. ".l������l   ���������>-������������������* M.i-.-:'b Ce>rM"cr.(L- No  -~>������Ti^MARKri,.-*.crio"-'-JixaKA".CJJ\:M.  S'tntto i.i '-he illeel'i.:v.ivet :Jhr,n$ Division.  "*'. i.-lrc jut-r.:ei.l   t,.Vt.i*.������i.'.i;   tli-" "i.r.nzT'r."  .Mi:iei-*i t-l'-.hn on lh"e e_i..tt.  Tate :ioliec thel I; I-'rant; Sttliinci:  llp-rimr*.  Ftee 5!ii.,'is ccrti.~cnt<- No VJC."'- l-i'ici1. it rv-nv  I vv-,.-tntttiblor <jC lite 37ili 01  e.e:-tol_r-r- li-'A,  u-i  I Hqe3i for i.it.l oi: t-cl.*..lf ci i:if.-ijillooe^, l"rj__-,t-r  l"ii: V_TT-H^C e";;.ni������'V-Ge7l.*I-T_:;o';l.".,���������f.tTTti'^:  Mit.er-. ecriiiii'tf'..1 Sn. SH'  A  VV.,  *. C. ���������S.\YV.:t.'".1".. M.' inst.-<".'.S.', M. Can. Pot*. 1 .Jitnm; Co.. ".M - rr-������ M.i-.-:'*- Ce*rM~cr.lL- No.  .s.C:.__^',:5,.-I__j'S.,:lot^B;vC^'Qi.-c--'~;i-.'!Wc-a'.'Kj>.-.'| lll-.-J. -..-ii������i.l. "0_.h!,ju the elite hereof, to  :y gir.cer Sepsrteoetit of "fnViie *������'."oi"-s in upilv w.i.* ;i������ iuj ���������'..".-or.Ji-r io: ���������'. C.-Tli'li-tCi  '   v'&natt*'- IP B. Ci,*J-*cl^:o:'.. >l.;,lj. ^ :��������� * oi ".*:*".-. rov >:.-:.C'llt,, fjr the 7u.--.-Gb/ e.f oo:-.i:i:ne_  |-i-i:.as'. O'RKiu.y. Aa-.-;!r.:,!.lL.-..:,C.\:.,T.;",.-*���������.   tv c:j^..ti uri.n* >,: the .v!.p* *��������� i'iaspi.  ior iv. C��������� llcssltn^l, B.C: y.y.,::';-:'-'-.?���������)-.:'. **J"iytf      /.r-O ur:hi������r li.*tc :*..'iit!; 'I'.n .i,".i".-.. *_tr.. '.���������.-;  3.,.:'Jw:tn.i,;B.c.y.:;:  ROSERr SAMSON,  *::'   "Dcalt-r ;n*Wobd: '���������   ���������*  ���������II,,.-.!-. e-t j...... o..    -.-,..   ....   ..      I'-sl.e'I   at   l-.^-.v  '/I ..stnu-.-.er e������u tJ:o IVJtJ* cia> t*:" Jiint, .tSUT, la-  l.'ti.l, GO tlr-v*: i'roin ihe ei-te l.c-ooi, to ---r'nly to  lltt- *"i:::':i; Kcoordcr lor ti c-'.rlii-ettt- oi irr.-  I'rovvrr.eit"^. to.- the v.npr,,.,- ol .ioteviiii*:g f-  *. Tt-vr. Ct-ifjl..: tho _������bovc r.-.ir.fci 1.1 fitvm.  .*.n.I eurtvor  tate :ie*i.e:^ lir..-, Ae-iioa --.ti.le'r  SocIh"*:! ST rr.O'l C" .--oi/iSicaotel  tv-oro   O.es 1-.-  ���������'-.ii.i.';'* or -ut*: .-e-rt.Hi-it- of I:flp;.j*.ett:c:.L-.  "i;^tcii ini', a,it. tin-.- 0! Oft,ib*jr, jwi.y  being- ������oi*r"c anti  '.'O on,* luiv'iiif; ������One  hi rtntUtlt-il for a������y   tliiac. ruore.- tb,*.n  or-.ii j-_.iw.ni,:i. ���������->. 1 proapeetint;.    Wl-.t-ro   these ,iu������sn j?ot  ood   maps   anei of a first cliss | their  best ivsi"l~  I hoy hati to le-ive  'owinc; to shortness of suppltes^anci  riVver retnrne". . On_Ot.ist'd-jiclie-it  sn ike on tho Fiiu'llay" river, VeVe-r  Toye, anotlidr oltl time".', nKu k������3o  good *..'!isb.:ng tforno yfiars aft.-u;*, 13  roilos aht:ve Rot-ky Mountain portage  v.'it-h tlisjjinps wore srrupk. -Mr, Oust.  TC'nat'ks on all these dipcpoB" ���������������������������*���������''' r'-������  0:1c bad ever Rot to bc-.l rot-k ovvinx to  thu water, anil theprosuniption is tbat  tho ". icheeb find*- would ho there."  This  niimbor of tbo C'oixnnorcial is  accompanloii by a map   slipwinj; verj  spei-ii1 point.   Tin* Jinit.ir.n  hop.*.^ to  >e'(: tiie iu.su. carried ont.  dUtikin'i* ������>t <-;onn<3 U'.riye ir.i-ss  Trout. L-1-i-.e Oio;-, 's tb.c Klontiiso  cn������up of four cWaiR.' Thi*: propoity  is op.:.- ot oho ne:W .-trike'-i 'tbi' .-".iiunior  mi has as rii/li s. o������:*:>t'.*o slsowini? as  hi tbo ."'sistiicfc. r'loii)  ess'iv:*, tat-en from tli.* cioppir.gs ro-  tii::is of 758 and 35-i ouncps of silver  were reioivvid, nnti from h, ni*!l tost of  ton poun.-ls, It." ot-.rjCrf.-""'l\-ei', 55 RoIeJ.  3 por cent, -opprr and 2j per cent.  Itt.vei w<i:-- st-lurnt-il.   QtiuO-a bit.o" vvork  Th" ti'.icslinn eif iht* eli.spo.-at of th"  rcfusu of the tovvn uptii such tiirif* as  -.vei fjot iv sowpiap.o system. w>i.j t'Uen  up by I tho p-tjecntivis tomiiiittco of the  13o.iia of TratI-5 tbe other night anti  tli'irs.igf.-V.ioij on the K.ihject sopbis  1 lover  is  >i.la_.-iniiii;ly on tht; incrpass.  The wa.it bar is but  and there were t>5'  r.ew c;tsc-s yesterday.  V.-.:-"COw"V_cn, i'ov. G.��������� The coroner's'.  jury yw-tcr".-.y returnei". a verdict r.hab  Forbes and  Kuliy. the two victims o"   .  tha .*splos.ion at tbe r.oyal City Pia- ,  ninp   >3il!.=   00   "Wednesday, came   to  death by tbe explosion  of a" defective _���������  boil?:*. - t * ' '  '  Viotokia, Kov. G���������In the sitting^ eif _  th������ full court of the Supreme.Court o",  Britifch Columbia,  tbe appeal   of  de-  for.deot- in Aldrich vs.  the. Nest "Egg  Mining Co. was dismissed. *   ���������     ...  Lrtxopx, N0V.-C���������-A-despatch to the '  l.n.'i bpi-.- dt..id on  thi*,   piopsity  ~o^-Jn';c,t.__.^yi.j;ij*'.t:thc Afj-idis arc isrsifag  side:inf.* U.e* "i.iteeicsts   of ' lhe":   sc."?:)'."*.*'  clear! y  thu   four.  . bi1. coit.monooei ."b-sjore  Drarini;  ncfl  Ecthiry ~Vor*< 'a,spcciiUly 0  .....  Itrxextliriccs. '���������:"���������.":\  Tcr.ms txl.Tr.ja r-K-.ir at & *rom.>ni-'s B-itic.*:  At;eoi fev"Jie StiaeJira;Oil t:ofttp'.uj-.  *.::0 i-ir:iit*r  ���������-ee-tioa  Ki.   mm.'.   .,*.    ...   . . -  j- Mite'ie.- '.i st-.t-ii onr' .;"..*-tr m i,,-,*-,Yo'-������r,ct'.l.'-  J.v.'..-el '.'.-.__ JVtl, elay ol ::t-oie.!.:,sr, ;>  .o������tir  ��������� .... i -a^V-CHc;-.'--i-::ACT!o*-A7.MiNKri.*,i.oi-MM  fJeJPi'illl 1IXJ.T. Mi-Sr-P-AL Cf." ������.������:.  to bo a s.insibla one."' The oiijocCiotis"  to tin* proposed miUauei' j^rounti on  th'* Bit; Bond tra-iaro considerable,  the principal bfjop, lhat. the jji-ovailinf;  wi*H- in Uvih locality t'oiuoi. fiom e*x-  adlr tbfi, qnait':r. Ont!*.e"thcr luind  tliejo'vly objectit-a to the disposal of  fl^rbp.ge by iliur.piiiK-t hi tin*, '.ivcr is  tjho :-awii*, v.'1'.'e.h will have lo be met  as soon iv wo be's'tn to lalk ah.-nitu,  *>ewpr'ij."!s -y.-".e.e:.i, vvliicii woultl most  tvitainly   end   by   ilra'tnins   into  the  lOt-.tej- anel is ciiibcllishcd with cuts oi  scones in Edmonion nnd at the -Vtha-  ba--caljae*.diiif.;. The enterprise of the  to'.'-u-'^pdoplp-Of j~"oioKtf)3   in, iiaf.'.iHit  :.-.*.������> I:, t'.eo iH'..;.li>-*i.e:*M*:*:*it; r-I,-Iolnn o-"  '-Vt'l  la^.t-.:...' l.'jEtrie"..     vVLtro loeulr^. Tji-- :���������  l!t.:t,;   .".  -.jiiie'Crl."   i*_Cui>iti":i   ii'teen   ;hr_    i'r-e  Vi-.-r- ee -.    --.. __-..,-.  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'.���������.���������*'���������:<���������.������������������: Itrt r .rc'.-i.t - !:'"-��������� !���������* ''���������!������������������.;-:��������� l'..u. th.- elr.t    ;,. r*oi, ,e- ������.?.; 1  ������_*- ,-. ..  w  k. w   .v^.     .*- *^.,          _, ;-;-.,rc-,.*r,.. t*'.'. .'ortl-. v.ir'.->i- - of -.���������!.'.���������. -,ii>^ to t',t Mli_.Ii:'.> ���������,'.������������������?<���������'1.1 '.,,   1. 'k-. .'.��������� a", c! It.  SuccfrrfPrs 10 Knit "Iros. J-���������_>>.,     ?, ���������-,*:���������    u.-r ,������r. rri.*������-J!'. ������. eilxn*. ejft.-.i. rrvv in-i.^   !-.r   ::2   p.s/;.^c   r.f  i- ..ni-f:  ::!;:,; <%.^tt&^'^^'%  '��������� F"���������- t XniLA" ' **>���������" "���������*���������" e '.tt "��������� '���������"- '-���������-���������".e-.e ���������,   Lier- i,ndv.nili''*vcj" tj'li" '���������fi:-.r-.* C-.-;i   j ,.:.,r^ .vrid ;., .^ thr.tii pivviutial stotute  i"J"',;''to;!,y,u.*: <-:,;:!:���������-. B������fiSI-, I forbid-: il.    Wb  "lull  have to iccl.tho  fvr-..'.���������t'   :-'-j. ���������������'���������-. :-'/���������'������������������, .'���������''���������: |,uv   al'.t.'i-e el   in   -lur   favor   -oo:i������r or  ffatchK'SWsiWbolu'p-anauFic-i.'iIDcaIeK  l   "oef, t-ori. Z'jz.  ���������"(\M!.OOr*3   Ktv-I   -7EVSL3TOSG. '"  J..V. cr'PT-i "3 our Ii.:c *p*-n"r."i:"i7 fli'.-al.  J. MORGAN,  Tonsonai  Artist.  r?:-.:r.  ��������� , ���������*:"-:��������� t   N'   re':/,!-..-;:!-.--!   0, f.  i-i'i>;iC-.': -ti.-i err'-.'i.'t.*... i*l *.:e:2*re)-e r.  t'..,;...I t,,j_. .--.tl- .l.vv ^f S������_,*.e.--il.'-:, 1!:!*  t-ei  ,v n.i l>_rl!'i: '.f-i-e r.i....   *.rn  ..n...       t* ������������������"ii'**".  '~'.   t-.i-.-t  li   ���������*,-).r.-,.;**^..tl V:cr-*  '.* i...*.ec o' c -t *-. i.'tnlit -ic ol Ir T>rcv,-.:r.e  j.-������.i>..l tr!i'.".'it:. Jr.v- o! i-.n,V:, im>7.    . ���������". S  A*Xty.A-f  e'ri  1110  k.tor :������*-3 w nii'i' :<���������' v*'^l! B''1- Li,c  ihi;.n;vlof>i* a" '".uc". Tho r'.vnr *vat'.".-  i-. not use.-!   by  iinyhody fur driuki'-ic  nnrprtsPr, o-' irdenl an? other pui-po-.p. j ^";), ^ ,;, j%. to ^.^ 0|;Ul(J  IJpil  : r-n- ih?." tTiar.l'jr.tf.t'nof.tf-.v*'" i-'ivnt'"! *..      .     -, ���������     -.  to bo got uur,, shews th.'.t. thoy i'.ru  not gt-lijf. to Kit down aud wait till Use  JClondiko tvuda falls into th-sir lap, hut  aro prepared to put forwaid every  e-fort to so.turs it. Any town th.it  i.spiifs tu got a share of if. from theni  will havo to do *?',i!_nclhinK nmio thtti:  talk .ihoub it, hut mu.i'e, no psep-.re.-d to  lay out --otAej nvonpy io at! ���������'crtise ihcb*  fj'.vu pttculi'ir p-dv.-uitairi'". Th^-s phua*  hru*, a Rtod dpal io rIivw in i.^-.-rir of Uo  po.-ition .n .'. ������������������f'.ii'linp point. It iias j  nl.evlj dit't. coniH'iin'.fi'ioii with j  Sp~U".:!t', tvu! '-,* with* the* who'.-- of l.ho  v.ostei-ri "lat-fs: the yreator p.ut, oi the  way f'.'.n* ht'ii' So .I'p.'ir.o river weiv.M  bo bv wteti.1*. a tbr-ap r.o-t   i>:������sy  ?ne-ii-  .jnd I'onsit-tp o'f a shaft &" ft'ot in depth  aud a eros-cr.fj of   ton   foet,     "Vhaio  the vein -,v.*.s cat. lhe poy.-treak sho*v-  od ���������>. width  of C'   ini-hp.- of clean  on-  and from this pa*, o uf th*i proportv the  on: sent to the roil!  was  takt*::.    It is  the pilipewu-of the   otm������   to   commence .1, systcra of thfjvoiijjh dejvelop-  ip   sncwsjii;   v.-t*    osent   as   soon   as   sprisitj   opeud   up.  of   tlu>   piopc.sed|They think  that thoy e-_.ii*. place tho  ' ptoporty on  a .shh'pinc;   basis  bcfo:*o  fall and are fxiuv.r to  hack  up   their  boliof by proof.   There is  t;nt>up;b  oie  on the dur/ip aiready lo snore than puy  "fuiTt.irErwiT^t-Ti^iell'Tf.'ilf^^^  feir the i-alones.-! of tho so.iio.i  i'.r.rt th.d  impos-'ibility   of   haviu.c;   cornftjvt.'vbie  rttirtrteis precifd bt-fovu --vintet   set in,  ihey would is.i*.���������-��������� i-orn'o'.-.ci thi'ir ?,'Otk  all winter.*���������T*uii: Labi 'j.'e":pir.  'the  Ameer   01 -Afgl<:t'.ii"5tan ~jO . joiii  them against thu British forces." ���������< ���������"*���������- v_  ^ashingto:*.", Nov. S.���������In spile of  Great I'ritahi's statement that only  exppvts would bo ]iermitted to discuss  the sealing question. Premier Laurier  and the Hon. Ij. Davies"havo sent,  word ~o the Koveriimeiit at Washington lhat they are coining to take, part -  in the proceedings.  New.You-K, Nov. 6.���������Bar silver 57i  cents per ounce ; Copper, $10.87; Lead,"  $3.75. ,   THEN THE 3AND PLAYED^,  -jis-V>-*-V*..|  r~"  m  G-IO "���������"'��������� ':!���������  Sil'.ta  i-rioNAj, :n:-Ki-..*.i. tuai. j   jr-jj- a:-d Cct;* r-.=.T*:J.  1;        '  Tp:tv'eo=, Cor.fer-cticr.ciy, ill  FRONT  ST.  ���������.be Tro.-.: ".*>.���������-. Mit'inj; T>;-. .-,-,or. i-I  - . . iloot'ni.-. Ij.v.r:,': Whcr- loe-t-ioc1-.  Oil ."il/pr C'.itvi lui! Vji:-.-l'-- 0= '."-c nnr'li  t.v:'Sn*ssli.a"."on e*ie50.*.l!: 1 v"l rv.<> Coin-  -���������:o,' o-i-.Li-.cj>'. bv "ail.-ur C;i.t>."  *v-.._; ..).  I'ihJ- :i-_)!.to il-.-lI, 3-"r.-.n": nt.lLnnr. "���������'*���������-zi'.rj.  ?.c: M:r.,-r"; Ccrt'.'".e-.t^ :>'e.. Sf-'.-i : --'.t.ti a:  ;c,".-Wo.iiT.-i:iaet: or. the 17th e'.i-v o" ��������� t.-iot'^r,  *.-56 ������- _sr-'-'.*.K.r uie-S oa i _hp.il o, the f .'l-uer,  J-reiiC.-Rlv.ri-.'iCJ.ntoo e;e:tj "r',-;i.-*_; j -.:;-^>e*i,  >".-co Mj.it.r'*! ClPrtiiiiHitc *-'i. *":i*_. A, ���������.--tvei <*.e  >tf*<i V."^*;!!i.*:._it^r oa the _������V-i iluj o: fi.i*f>. Kit. i .. y _  >S'i:u.T :tefCj.ler f'.r r. C* ������li"-  --.������'���������-.-������������������'---<������������������'������������������  o>:ri':i'Kv���������',T:0.- "mjn-isv.ai. v-Ij*.im.  ..".p:ibl<: of-pouving .jwrylhiajr uway  v.h'Hht'r dunspt-d or drained into it.  Xhe llyvtALU is gla-t to s������h* that tht-  HoMrd has. ta>.'."U the mattor up.  K.tn.i'o'."'heIro-'.t "-������".���������'M r,>t: rH'-iaie-.e of  VJ*st &.ixnvn*y ljlt&tvA. V_*l..'ir _-,.,'.'. j���������  fhi tbo -ilppti Icrlf^ .i-.-.r.t t-i-, in.Icr tr������T.  ~Voi:t, Ij-.'*;c hci bt:.ii;a S'iuiJiit!} eripj*-  Mt*>i ot ���������->-,-'. "fVle-Eti!' n.-.r-.-1'.l <-.: ji -  Fr'ri" lli'-.C"," 'Vutift.5>itl." .-Jo. "StiPl. L-^noii ?; i  Xev. 'A'niw'j!?wsii fj.- ITtli eif.5  of iJo<.oh-r  1*S- n- .iicea'.io- i-.t" e������: !.-c;_..'.l:"e,������ ll.e lJ.io<*i't  t-ra*������t  Ou.r Fiv/kc"* Co.-nme-Tir,ir?.te'.!.  'A well  I'.ttonnc-d incotliuj  of  the. T.-  - P.-ilttt.-ir. B irni.rfli  If   .1|ktt.i..U       *   l\.   .     -.   ..^-,_t.-.-       _.   _.      -   _-._..-.-e.r llivrr .'t:' tnrjl-.ro G-iIci "i.-."^. TjIm.  tee", V.-lc Mit'erp Cc'.i'lix-.'f "*o. 51'S A. i&-*it- 5  *v~-=.*:'t.:  W. ���������:2:i.'-h r._i;-  Pi .-���������a-".  rrov'TiCn"-  i-if   the.   r,jrr,*\-e of  o*_,ij-:i:i:'tr  ';ro-,-ll Creu-t Of '.in- ������l'o''- ������ai"i'.al "!-.--,-,.  An' f'.rl' t 't.o i.-il-.e-e ti'J". wtv r,, 03 "e*:  .-,, .-, ,-. -,~ . ,-.,_a ,���������. .-.>:,tTr,".ie-t: ly::c--e la.* '.c.--  C'rti! .*:.lt oi -.mi-:.'--.  " 3a.ti a "tbi-i;2i.  "iep-  ^"sI'A-.'ilV.-M*:.  i-.i.. j.:'-.<t.-, "���������" C>.y- ic^~ the --j'.'.- tictit i, :o  ������������������9*)') to :h-i i'j.-'-..-, j: ;-.c -onicr io: & CcTlifle-aio  of liifrnvOTtrt; Bfi'f p.irrt>.o r: o!i"-'-ia>.t-  -. ilrov.r. <-.-���������-_'���������" :��������� t- i''<V) "'.irjerj! C;s.*->.  j*i.el iuitl.itr :-il.ej r.r*.*oi thr-t utt'-.n. mn.ir  .-c-.-.iot' J7. no--: *_������ roi: r.:e:.e <: ���������x.'tc '-be: "*"-  r.u_*,-..;e ulMich O.-'.if:.* .t*- of fiav'^x'...".>-':*���������������     1  U:-"- a lh.������ 2C'*.;: dey cf uclo'.x-r. IS^j . I  F. P. 13..S.?"<P.r:.    I  I O. L. >.". ltV5S was; hold  in  the Odel-  fi:!lo".v'- bad last, evening, lhe*. Ofca-ion  buinit; *.n t-Q:iim"!iie!;':tIio'i>of the* di.>������cov-  ���������_r;-of *!-r_ GuT:pO",.:'c--.'P>,t.    Afle: tbe;  ua! routine of bu*.i.iKa*> rs, f.;v,-   ir.U-r-  1  -��������� h-noi: ai lho ':  j,in-   to  he  tr'-  1V1T  .jdiieouuin Ttj'.e'.e ht-  ll'.el, .-.'-. tln'V will bo  iuniL-d hr.'-k at the 1VI  n���������  , if nc-l.'hoiejr-'; ,  Public School r-cpe.-. ���������  Tho following is thn '---.ior roil im  the rubhi- !.r>iOi"! lot Oi-i-'bt-r:  .   Se'riiff    Frii-.i-r   "A-   Mr.'id  Ki-atrii-e B'-'ind, .lob." j'j���������*.*=������������������)'.  .T'1'..i.it:   r:in..-r   Ti - R''. .'it   r-;i!"-  P.-1-cv Mailory. Wi.icif V-'o~':.  ihi'.nor i.���������A. JI.11.son, A.  S.uion'.i  J. Sramp'ir.  ".'I.:"i������ A.���������Al.  A-il"V"~  W:G. Julcl Vfll'.j*..  Cli-c IS.��������� r.ob--:t   r.tvwve.ti., Kl-J'Jie  Moivran, .Tennie Byait.  v'la-.'   O.��������� Iliirclti   B'tiaitii;  M,d  iant bet.,  nol  J-aSi  lhP a.sithn-c   ������>������c|f.'y. Wtl!K"Ri 0W  hiui.'.rp.d oiiicsli-h Ihrongh a. 11.uns.1y.       ^;:t**q ^,;"."vV' i'"'^;J*.  whoso   r-nino.al   wealth   alone  wo.,!"   ^.y1'"  U :" M*   Ad'1"  ru-i'ra   '.ii'*   ronto   a   d������-i:,ibi" or.'.* fo   *���������'"'lv'r*  luileiw! and  to  I'sploir.    in   the; {ir;;t-  ! Al.f'-i  ''pillion  lii".*p!iloke* -Jiooid lay  htj*"������if <->>tt, to bruiff  th.'St*   >..!v iolllfJOS  be/ores the; I'e^tce Ji" th-' oui-ido pnl'lic.  Ru-jt-bcry  Mr. 1. T. lii-.r.-vt'**.'lett for th1" r.f<='"  VV1.< 1*. 11.. U-i "lefi  tv.'i uii'ii v.'Pre* w.rkirjf  ''tt  lhe; ttos^  ceil. h.t\int<, a-  wi's  OHlctiltited. ul-t* 1!  1  "n'ist.-.-  '_fr  _, en..'.*-:-*.  7,,-C   lV-,',-1"  V. .tt"  '1 '���������'.������'���������  ,zci cm n m:*-"-  e,cr."  l'_--_u'-l"d-  ... ' ������ .r,:,n  ���������sthi'r subj?ci.s wei*-  brought i"P ~ml j bu,.y jiiine  i-oela-..  discti--.*.'*d, "A'- bi-.V! tho   s-Hcrnber", in '  K^-.jUi'-. ticcon'.f "U'.'-d al. thisjiinctiir"  i,v  iheii*  *vivt'-= or fn<jnds, aeljimrsiffl  li tlie resiuPn.' 0 of Mr. a"'*- Mrs. V/. -1.  .-orv.;d tind thoiougtily PiijoyovV. A r^v. I *-" _!__��������� ._  api-ropiiiiie;  io:-.'-!-. v.ore*   propo-i'd  bv j  {J.J-.5   S-n-'ir   TH. ���������'  '.'e)(_>d, V.. JjifjVS'id  Cbif.!-   'uii'i.v   "!!. ���������E  Hipp   I". >"en;"t.  I.���������li.  A>I-k.  rxi  Cli*  I'.'.*'< I  The Silver Ct,*3.  f.'ti  tC'ii'j'iv  1,1st.   --.''���������  The   Latpst   Chicago   Improvement  Divir.0 Worship.  Chicaoo. Kov. 1.���������Ajnid the str-tins  j oi" ms-itial music  froin   a full _ii_dj<ed  ���������  hi--ss band  the congregation  of  tho  First Methodist church at Clark and  '-Vashinqton   streets,    assembled   for ,  sorv't.? !.-.^t night.    Upon entering the  I thuce-h,   !������.<-!cad    of    the _ costoxuaij-  ! choir r-nd   inir.-bt-:*,   tl*.p  wGr<il:ippsrr-  j S..W -.K-iltorin'^arniyof br**"'* buttons,  j j_-u" Inaid f.i ii ji^hly   poiiiiied   mitru-  nie:it*������.    A :si:.H"ary band ot-cupicil the  ro������lrii:n hohind tb.c pulpit.    Ti'.e faces  ,      1 of Bii'ftl! hoy-, in the  audiunvp. b'-'amed  ,  .-��������� j--.it.-:.*-   ^.^jj fjuiij-ije .-mcj .-lirs  BoatSiig onb *"-  to tho stre-t'i. cipdc the passers-by gaze  woriderir.^iy at the* windows in quest  r.f-oijip-hinj" to inforni chctn of what  "Ul   was in pn>^r.-j-s "*vit!iin.  Thib   departure,   fto.n   the   trodden  ,,    pith of religion'; service by tho pastor,  r,/'   Kov.  Dr. l~ru*������hingh.i.m  was lollovveu  r.    by .-.Tiotht-i* on tho part of tht* concro-  '"   jra'-ic-n.    V.'hcn the band  had  finish'd  -ji'-.yin^   a.  lively  st'leclion   in   waltz  ''-'   tit.ip.   tbo   aunicor.u   itpplaoded     and  ��������� cht-i'ied h'vv'.iiy.   Tbe demonstr-itiori  tiv his ftock  w-i*,'i:ot   frowned on. by  the nas-tor.   On the contr.vry hia p.yeo  ;,p".'."klr:el with good   huoinr ss he stt'p-  p-..', up to the pulpit an", said :  ������������������1 t'tra't -.vor.dor you feel like chper-  73 tilt-on,  lia'it.llt'!'  3'.it  0 l.-ot Io go In  -tiii-'1*.  lb'.* vou:.      Mr.  ih'pwst'-i* w'il  rcii.'.in at tlio  tinno I ���������'���������  1 Ui!--.- Top::-,  t'..-  y:i">*r  T'-.p  ���������_;.-���������-'.*.*  cI jiiR>   T)1;^ r,:ils;c. ;s -,vbat ths people all  h 0|,"v.i. ions  Yc/.;r Valu;  Order  ible  "Tow'se  '.'.i'r.t: ':.c'  ...       ,                       IntorjeT-lio:'   "A.-eti-'-a-.  ,-e.:-,hh.'".il M-f-t": A.i..:r a::ei 21 'Mti^iy;                          -  " I r, ���������li(.d '-n   ov I,,.*: Jitrcreril   nie:..-.-".-" . j      ' ~  - h'   l'*     ' ' " .'^������������������"^   '������  i In"., &,������ wi-li tho-:- ������������...������, Dr. V. W.| i-wo. a pnl ������������������-��������� -.-. *',- ��������������� '���������" "��������������� <''  Lb  . -    i  r.i;. I  ; v-v-nt and v.-ht-t wc- lnust have*'.'  .-,  v-,:-, 1     When .-.hon; half   way  ihwjngh. 5*.i.->  ���������at  i '0! --"rir.oe:,  Dr. "Brushinn;h*>.in tacned so-  ,"   -,,. J-.rv.id   the   yii'.inf;   dish iu tho   bright  ' i uniform������  bobind    him and  remarked  ���������-���������w>s ��������� .   .. _     ,  irr*.  shipinpni. ������'f-" i-'"'- "���������  Isi-th pii].������rri.'iti-.iL'Ii--i:r. t-t 'he u-  m Tt-o-tt J.-i-:o City .'nd  -*��������� '-���������'���������  ton.- wo.'id   It.*   -,':ii'i'*'ti   ti!'.-   ���������>"���������-���������'1 i,nifori:n  oob'.na    aiin -r.ti  reinarscc  '.-    cioti   ,-1-  the   two   *->i"*-'-''"!i'T l--ios| .. 5 ���������,iV.t,  hatte'ti   tcw.'u-d   th?  tloaa oc  -^ .      ���������       ���������   ��������� - .��������� _������.*      ." ,������     -���������������!   nr,      *"     ftrttct,      t**_J-__J*  >:.*.���������.'��������� '..e"T. ill'l'.-t r'l"  S"'e-;U'  cti  e  !>he   ^TOleU.  i. tin-a holiday  ,- p !C"< ���������  Mr.  .!���������,���������:���������    t'1'^pel-y-  >.,->-;! w-.ii  e".!-e)r.,l'iir whea   I finis!*.. Ihpso  a:a  Koini- to pivi* cs cos'.e n:.">ro  .1 arj-Siotis to   her them  bo,  ,-n-.i--ie'. and I  play airain.  .for nil  Kiads of Lisht Trace  id Cat-  will i-c uUa-idcd  to-  Robt-  Fleming.  Ihe delivery of -7.t-.rc0i.-J lo av.'I  pvVH-t'  t;> r-iiy r,*.rte>! to"*i "-'1 "���������':������'���������  ���������tsycurcliil ������ttci:t:'J3.  . .-^.-.-.-?__r.Tft.'������ ���������>/=> 1**?"> '-*.  K.     r������ *���������-   I*. 1  Revelstoke  Herald  Published in interests of  BflTeUt ike, Lardeau, Bis Bend, Trout Lako  IUe "illeswaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle Pass Districts.  A. JOHNSON Proprlelo**.  O. B. OROOAN Editor.  A Semi-Weekly Journal, published In tho  Interests et Revelstoke and the surrounding  district, ~Veanesda;a and Saturdaj b, making  closest connections wilh all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads, ~l "0 per  column Inch, Ji.00 per Inch when Inscrte-d on title  pe_������. Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil)lino for  rim Insertion;- 8cfor each additional Iusortton.  Heading notices, 15c por lino each issue. Birth,  "iarrlago and Death notices, frco.  Subscription Bates: By mall or carrier. ~2 00  p<*r nnnum ; 11." for six u>OMh9, strictly in  advance.  our Job Department: ~iik HEnALr. Job  Department is one of tho best equipped  printing offices in West Kootenay. nnd Is prepared to execute all kinds ot printing in first  class style at honest prices Ono prico to all.  No job too larpe���������none too small���������for us. _jMn.il  orders promptly attended to. Give us a Irial  on jour next order.  To Correspondents: Wo invite correspondence on aoy subject ot Interest to lho general  public, and dt-siro a rcllablo rcgulnr correspondent In ��������� every ��������� locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all cases tho bona flde namo  of the writer njuattvecompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, <3. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All correspondence must be legibly  ���������written on one side ot the paper only..  1. Correspondence containing personal  matter musl be signed with'the pr per name  of the writer.  3. i oirespondenco with reference to any  thing that has appcttred In another ptiuer  must flret be offerea for publication to lhat  paper before it can appear in I'ltK Herald.  We now beg* to call the attention of the Public to our New Lines just received  in   the   following1   articles:  SATURDAY.  NOV.   0,  1807.  DRY GOODS-Comprisin^ the latest designs in  Dress Goods, Gashmeres, Flanellettes, Laces,  Ribbons, Embroideries, etc., etc., imported  direct from Scotland.  BOOTS AND SHOES-Large shipment of Fine  Boots and Shoes from best Canadian makers,  GENTS' FURNISHINGS-The stock in this department is most complete. Shirts, Ties,  Collars, Socks, Hats, Ready Made Clothing,  etc. in great variety.  HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS -  Parties furnishing are invited to inspect our  Stock of Stoves and Heaters, including the new  Air Tight Heater, Granite Ware, Cutlery, Silver  "Ware and Crockery. Carpets, Oil Cloth and  Linoleum.   An extensive selection.  GROCERIES���������Our Stock of Groceries is always  fresh and first-class, being constantly renewed  by consignments from the best houses in the  Dominion.   We lead in Tea and Coffee.  News  of  trouble   in   Africa' is  always  serious.      The European  armaments are vast and menacing;  they seem always to threaten wai;  biit tliey-caunot be moved until  -the word is Riven  by statesmen,  who. unless they are such brigands  as the Bonapartes, will probably  give diplomacy a  chance   before  they declare war.    But in Africa  peace and war are very much at  the metcy.of irresponsible adventurers,    who,   by  "some    act   of  nlilm-steriug rashness, may bring  on a  quarrel, out   of  which the  statesmen in the present temper  of-nations  may  tail to find the  way.. Great  Britaiu and  France  were once brought to the brink of  war  by  the  rash   act  of a hotheaded  French   officer in Tahiti.  "With  all this powder lying about  every spark is dangerous.    In the  rumours,   circulated i'or the hun-  elredth time, of Russian designs ori  India, there is probably as little  truth as ever.   But the war with  the frontier tribes could not have  occurred  at a worse time.    The  British  under   secretary of war,  who- proclaims aloud the inefficiency of*the   British  array,  had  better  have  held   his . tongue.���������  Goldwm Smith.  Agento.:  RAM LAL-STEA  COMPANY  Agents :  Victoria Powder Oo.  Political  WHAT THEY ARE SAYING  Ontario  Points    by  graphers.  Para-  A QUESTION OF WIND  We learn from several contemporaries that "victory is in. the-air."  That's all rieht: but the. question is  whether Hardy, or Whitney is _ the  jiure powerful air pump.���������Hamilton  Herald,  A FLUSH  ;i^^Edi'_bTWilli'i=ius-of-the-!'iiriiia-Posfc  has become the father of a second pair  of twins. With two pair in hand, tho  Post man may hope for a "full house"  soon if he stays in the game.���������Hamilton Herald.  FRIENDS    FALLEN"   OUT  The Liberals seem to get a gootl deal  of satisfaction out of the six months'  sentence imposed on their fellow Grit  editor, Grenier, for libel.���������Chatham  Planet.  PAPER BULLET.-5  A leaded article in the Montreal  Witness or Huntingdon Gleaner is  much more dangprotis to Sir Wilfrid  Laurier than a leaded article in the  bands of Lunatic Catriere.���������Hamilton  Spectator.  UNCLE  SAM'S NAVY  The old Yantic sLtrted for the lakes  but she did not go far when she proved  herself the er-ual of the best ships in  the American navy���������she broke down  anel the commander was compelleel to  take her to Halifax for repairs, With  some good Canadian work upon her  Fhe may be able to get thi otigh.���������Ham  ilton Spectator.  NORTHERN TRAVELLERS  Hudson's Bay Factor McDonald  in  the  City from Slave Lake  (From tho Calgary Ilor.tld)  Ewen McDonald, Chief Factor of  the Hudson's Bay Co., arrived from  Lesser Slave lake post on Friday night  by way of Athabasca, Landing and  Edmonton, having left the lako on the  14th.  Mv. -McDonald while in Edmonton  gave the*. Bulletin tho lollow'mg news  about Yukon patties now en route:  A. J. Bell and party had arrived at  tha post about the 10th and hud gone  on to Peace river. He intended to go  down.the Peace to Vermillion and  possibly to Chipewyan.  Pottingcr and Kobertson were met  at the east end of Lesser Slave hike.  They had been three weeks coming up  from the Landing.  Chalmers and party reacheel Slave  lako post about tho Sth, from Fort  Assiniboine. They reported tt ptncli-  cable route by the old trail from Fort  Assiniboine. They left about the Oth  for the Athabasca at. the mouth of the  Macleod. They -would have a trail  about 50 miles to Snipe lake. The rest  of the way there woultl be. no trail.  Total distance about 1*20 miles. Mr.  Macdonald was surprised that Mr.  Chalmers had not already arrived.  Insp. Moodv and party were at Dun-  vegan on the"10th... K. Hardisty was  sent back to Slave Lake for dog trains  with which he continue the journey of  the police paity beyond St. John. He  was ordered to" get eight trains. Mr.  -JIoo"dv~was"goinF-oii-to'St-.���������.lohn=and-  woulel' probably reach there by the  ���������22nd, going by .the south trail. Mr.  Hardistv would not he able to leave  Slave lake until about the 20th so that  there would be considerable delay at  St. John.  XV. S. Johnstone was at Spirit "-ive'r,  been made  15 miles south of Dunvegan,   on the  -���������!������-������������*-*-���������  7th. and has been at St. John for some  time now.    He was just 21 days trom  Lake St. Ann to Spirit river.  The Fresno party was strung along  between   Sturgeon  lake  and  Smoky  THE   MARKETS  Live Stock   Continues   Steady���������Wheat  Well Up���������Local Quotations  Montreal, October '30.���������Prices are  about the same as a week ngo in every  line.  Cattle*.   Export, Ic.'choice shippeis;  -1 .\c; butchers, 3u tolc.  "Sheep*. '2Ki: to He per lb.  llogs: 5c to 5'e.  Hxpoits this week, were as follows:'  Cattle :*,(J(J9; sheep 2,1������:5.  WINNIPEG  CLOSING WHEAT   -  The feeling for cash wheat last weok  was easier, owing to the price of cash  stuff at New York being lower, compared with futures. Offerings were  free at Olio for No. 1 hard, about Fort  William on Saturday morning. Closing (inner tit 01._.c to !)5c.  LIVE STOl"l"  AT WINNIPEG  Cattle: Export shipments keep up.  Prices are easier. Butchers' cattle  range from 2o for rouirh common tip  to 2to for good cattle. ' Sales at 2(c in  the "yards here for very fair lots of  btttchers'vvere reported.  Hoes: Prices hold at tho decline  noted last week. We eiuotc-choici-  biicon hogs weighing 150 to 250 lbs., at  S1.50 per ICO lb-': 250 to .JOO lbs, " 1.00;  heavy hogs, over 300 lbs. $:i to ~3:~0, as  to quality, off cars here.  Sheep: "ominal at 2.\c to 2-.C off cars  here.    Lambs, 3c.  FERGUSON  The Centre  of  the   Lardeau   Mines  m Pioneer  Stopes  _of Ferguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods,  Everything  to he  fountl in a general store.  Po3t Oflica in connection.  Wholesale dealeis in  iqes, Spirits and Cigars.  Agents for K. W. Karn Co.'s Pianos, and the Goold-Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  A   NEW FIND  Picking   Up   Gold   in    Baskets���������Great  xcite'raear'-^^Prcvails-  G alore  laggets  At out TEN-MILE Bit AN CI I Etorc  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all Minora' and Prospectors' Supplies are  ��������� kept on hantl   BJITH0& CO.  General  .Merchants.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHUltClI ��������� Revelstoko.  Preaching services at 11. a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Clues iucotitiK at tho close ot tho  morning service, rahbath School and Bible  nitiss at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday craning at 7:3'J p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited.   Sens free.  KBV. J. A. WOOD, raptor.  pHUBCH OF ENGLANL'-St. Peter's,  X-> Kevelstoko. Hours ot service: Evening  prayer elaily at 5 o'clock, Fridays at 7:30.  -Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at 8  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  and Bible Cla^s at 2:39, evening prnytr at 7:30,  First Sunday in the mouth Holy Communion  at morning services.          FRANK A. FORD. Vicar.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted, etc.  The country editor is a veritable  encyclopedia. * A subscriber sent him  this'rjiiery recently: "What .i:ls my  hens? Every mornirg I lintl one or  more of them keeleel over to rise no  more;." The reply was: "The fowls are  dead. It is an old complaint, anel  nothing can be done except tei bury  them.  Tbe Golden. B.C.. Co.,Ltd.. has been  formed in London, England, with its  head oflice in No, G, Queen's street  place, as a prospecting and development company. The capital is $30,000  divided into shares of ������5 each. Its  directors are: Lord Ribbesdale," A. V.  Mitchell-Innes and John Taylor. M.T.  C.E. The office'for the company in  British Columbia is in Golden, B.C.  W. G. Mitchell-Innes, of Golelen, has  been appointed agent.  Yorkton Enterprise: ."Whatever  species bt' settlers the young generation of Gahcians may develop it will  not be devoid of coiiragn" Last week  a bov of this nationality, employed  herding the flocks of Carson Bros.,  observed a wolf stealthily crawling  through the long mass, intently eye-  ngihisprey; the young hid went on  all tours and imitated the limine  actions of the wolf until he reached his  rear quarters and seized the would-be  depredator by the. hind leg, and after  a struggle for the mastery, triumphantly pushed the wolf into a bag  and marched off home with bis prize,  where it was given to the dogs and  devoured.  ter'on the Smoky  Campbell anel Brentnn were at Dun-  vegan about September 21th. They  had been elisappointed in that the  supplies which they hael expected to  get from Brick Bros, tit St. John, hael  not vet left Slave lako. They wen*  thinking then or turning back anel  weie to start on the trail hy Sturgeon  lake on the 25th. They should therefore be here now, but may have* returned back with the police party.  J. Graham, who left Slave lake in  March with a band of horses, bound  for the Liard,and possibly the Yukon,  was last heard from through Indians,  after having crosscel the west branch  of the Nelson about, the point where  Ogilvie li-ft that stream eluring his  survey of 1S91.  As to the comparative time inaele  over the pack trail anel over the ordinary freight route by wagon anel boat,  Mr. Macdonald says that he received  instructiems to forward Mipplie.'S on  from Slave lake post to St. John, on  Peace river, to meet the police there.  The messengers took fifteen days from  Edmonton to Slave lake. The supplies were then packed up and shipped  bv wagon to Peace river landing, 80  miles, and by boat up Pence river to  St. John. IIK) miles from the Landing.  The gooels hael reached'.St. John anti  tho men hatl returned to Slave lake  before the police party were hoard of  at Sturgeon lake, still 175 miles from  St. John.  Slave lake was frozen over, in the  vicinity of the Hudson's Bay fort, when  Mr. Macdonald left, and his boat was  taken about eight miles down the lake.  This ice would doubtless go away. A  srood deal of thin ice formed along the  riyer banks on the way to the Land-  inS"      ���������'������������������������������������"  A party were buildibg a boat at the  Landing in which to start down the'  Athabasca" when Mr. Macdonaltl  passed.   ������������������������������  "The Price Current" is the name of a  new Winnipeg weekly.  SEjVTTlk, Octobct 2S.���������A Dawson  city letter says: The spectacle of men  picking up gold in baskets is strange,  nut no" less true. Another strike has  The camp is on fire with  excitement. In the last 21 hours  nearlv -100 bench claims have been  stakeel out on a side hill in Skr_.oke._em  gulch. In half a day, Friday, afoot  below the surface, two mem with a  rocker picked out ~~S5 in gold. Two  "      "    '  ' " and 82.-  river, and man'V would no doubt win-  nugeets valued at SI*, anel ss*i", .rospec-  "      ' - lively, were found,   and hunilreds   of  others, worth from three* tei l-i'iO were  t<ik~n out of the side hill--. Thousands  in the last year have walked over the  ground anti no one; suspected its richness. Boulders were turn-ij. ovt-r anti  there lying exposetl le> the light of  day were the nuggets scattered in the  gravel. The moss is about 12 inches  thick anel beneath it two men picket!  up SS'W in coarse gold.  The wheat king of tht; world reside*!,  in Argentine. He is an Italian emigrant named Gu.-i7.nne. tinel his broad  acres tire situated in the province of  Buenos Ayres. Fliscrevp occupies nil  area, of 00.270 acres. He numbers his  workmen by the thousand, and each  one. receives it cerium share of the,  profits. Whon his season's crop is  harvested he fills over ",000 railway  trucks with the grain.  Mrs. Ernest St. Jean, of Fort Saskatchewan," has received w.-.rrl from  her husband, who belonged to one of  tht; first parties who went the Mackenzie route to the Yukon this summer,  that his party had reacheel a point 10  miles up the Peel river from Fort  "IacPherson anel hael deposited their  supplies there for the winter." They  hatl gone west from this point prospecting and were; at last'accounts  within ten or twelve days" .jniirripy  from the Oloneliko, but would not go  to Dawson City on account of the  .famine; there.���������Alberta Plaindcale.r.  Rossland Miner: The shipment of  ore from this camp for the first nine  months of the year have passeel the  00.000 ton mark, and the outlook is  that before the year ends a total of  75,000 tons will be reached. As Ihittei-  ing as this showing is it is neit to he  cimpareel with the tonnage that the  rich mines of Kossland'conh) put forth  in their present state eif eleveleipnitint  if local smelters of siinieient capacity  anel using lend as a base, were in operation. With iHiich .fitrilUi-S'feii' ore  reduction the'yield of the mines eif  this camp would be at least six times  as much as at piercnt.  FERGUSON, B. C.  The  Centre   of   the   Lardeau   Mines.  Be Sure and register at the  BJ1LM0OL .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is prnvideel with the best  this  mnike't affords.     Kates from !*i2  to S3 per day.  CUM MI _**.".-; St RHUS.,   ���������   Proprietors.  fc*TEIi*S  PROMPTLY SECURED  GET RICH QtIICKI,Y. Wrlto to-el.iy for  Gtirbc.iiitifnlillii'jtralodBookonPalenUanfl  the |-_.._-i._n_uin.������ story of a, poor Inventor -tthn  made SaV'.'j'O.tyi. Kcnel us a, rough alt etch  or model of your invention and ivrj will  promptly t'.ll you FREE if it is ncv/ and  probahlj- patentable.  Nohumhng. Honest Servico. Specialty t  Tough casc-3 rejetctcd in other ban ill anil  foreign a;,j.!_.~ation3. Iteferences: Hor.or-  fible T. Ue.r'ir.aujno, prop, of "La Prcs-re,"  Ilonor.i'rjlo I). A. Uoss, tho leading newspaper"., IJank=, Kitpresa Companies &'clients  in any locality. AU Patents wcurud through  our aRi-ne-y aro brought before tho public by  a special noiio** in over "./) ne;-A'apap*_r3.  MARIO" & MA-RIOT-, Patent Expert.!.  Temple* Uuilding.lES-lt. .famesSt.,Montreal.  The only firm of Graduate Engineers In  the J'onimion transacting patent buslncetii  exclusively,   Mentionthispape^r.  Reservation has been made of aniuri  hev of suitable sites in the N. AV. T.  for ponds, basins and reservoirs for  witter storage with the object of keeping th'._in for irrigation pui-pewes.  Irrigation licenses may nenv be filed  at Calgary instead of sending tlip same  to Uttawa.  Dr. fnglis Winnipeg's health olllcer  contemplates going to Yukon next  spring, and has in his'mind Ihe organisation of a. staff-of traineel nurses to  proceed to the country with hiin, and  the pioper furnishing of a suitable  building for hospital purposrs. Drj  fnglis spent some time n, few years ago  em an exploring trip in the; Peace liver  country, and Lravi'llud over a large  area of the district in the direction of  the Northern gold Ileitis,'anil may possibly take this route into the interior  of the Yukon territory.���������Free Press.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Reyclstoke.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. und 7:30  p.m. Bib'o CI iss at 2:30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome. Prayer meeting at B p.m,  every Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR, Pestor.  flerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good iiccomn.iodati.oii.   Bust  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the liar.  W. <J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Rovcl-  ���������Btoke:���������jMass-fourth��������� Sunday-in-mouth  at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  MITCHELL   &   CO.  INSURANCE   AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING   BROKERS.  Calgary, Alborta  Sara Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Strkkt ��������� IIrvklstokk  ^evelsto^e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine    kept     em    hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane vital estate or wish to  make a borrow, write nl once: to  -JefleMES   L.   FORD   &  CO  Mine Brokers.,     Mining Stocks  No. 0 .Mill St., between Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  F. McCarty  Wholesale nnd  netn.ll  Butcher  Doaloi* In :  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Rovelstoko Station    -   ���������   B.C.  "riMVSpatr  The  largest hotel   iu  town.        Centrally   located  Choice   Wiues, ��������� Liquors   aud  Cigars  ���������^-.^^^ ^.^..Best ���������acco.m_modation. Hates    $1     per    day.-  St.   Leon   Hot   Springs,   on  Upper   Arrow Lake,-,-  run in connexion.  Brown & Clark, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Fop Youp  .House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Wall  Paper. Prices from 10c, l'2!,c,  15c up to 50c a roll. Mail  orders carefully attended to  Linton Bi-otfyeps  Calgary, Alberta  Wendell Maclean  Wholosalo  andEeta.il  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imporial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ., ������������������I      Terms Cash  When Yon Reach  Thomson's Landing  ��������� GO TO THK --  pR0SPE0T0R/S  1    EXC^JIJieE. .  Best meals in the Lardeau.   Stage and  Livery m connection. 0  T. W. GRAHAME,  PROPRIETOR.  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming i  Than you can afford to **  steal   it and   take the \  chances oi beiuc; caught  ������)i?ay  -lf_r,*rKSpe ialfcy  IM. V^Uocu Prices  G. B. Paolean  ARCHITECT.  nd BUILDER  Estimates furnished. Plans and specifications made. Am also prepared to do  shop and joo -work en the shortest  notico. Satisfne t.iou guaranteed in  every case.   Oall or write for tonus.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  REVELSTOKE  WORKS..  Blac_;s_m\t"hine������ Jobbine  Plumbing.  PiPe Fitting;  Tinsmith-ins  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Minifig Work a Specialty,���������ma  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn. >/  / /'  .jLte>'  DESPATCHES BETWEEN TWO SINS  ANOTHER   INDIAN   PASS    CAPTURED  BY'THE  BRITISH  HENRY  GEORGE'S FUNERAL  The British Strikes���������Double Drowning  at St Panl���������The Mercier Anniversary���������A Fatal Fire  lllllTlSU   "Tllll-IM  London, November 1.���������Tho industrial situation is still in a very disturbed condition. The engineers'  strike is still unsettled anel a strike of  cotton operatives is threatened which  may have serious consequences.  llENUY OKOltOK liUIillil)  Nisw Yoni", November. 1.���������Tbe  I'uneiral of the late Henry George was  held yesterday, the ceiemonies being  most impressing.  double: drowning  St. Paul, November 1.���������A double  fatality occtnred here \e t->rday. Two  men jumped from a bridge into the  river, with apparently -suicidal intent.  Both wero drowned.  VISITED MERClElt'S GKAVIS  Monthical, No vein ber I.���������Yesterday  (Sunday) was the anniversary of Count  lionoru Mercier's death. Three  thousand Montreal Liberals visited  the Count's grave dining the  day.  IIHIT1S1I ADVANCE IN INDIA  London, November ).���������A despatch  from India states that Archanga L'ass  has been captured hy General West-  niacott's brigade with only a slight  loss on the British side.  TltOUIJLK IN THE AIK  London, Novembor 1. ��������� There is  somoilangerof trouble between Great  Britain and France over West African  disputes.  iwTAL FINE IN I'lTTSIIUHO  Pittshurg, November 1.���������The  Union Trust Company's building on  Fourth avenue caught lire from an  oyi*rhe.iled smokestack on Friday, and  in less than an hour the whole place  was burned. One fireman was killetl  and several - others had a narrow  escape. The building wtis occupieel by  the Union Trusts Company. Pittsburg  Stock Exchange and several linns of  siocklnokers. - The fiic spread rapidly  anil the; occupants could not save anything but their books.  UNCLE SAM'S   TOTTEUINC. NAVY  Montreal, November 1.���������The Un-  iteel States gun boat Yantic arrived  there yesterelay slightly damaged by  bet* collision with the Canadian steam-  La Canadiennc. Pilot Perron, of the  Yantic. says the fault, was La Cana-  adienne's: otheis claim not. Tbe  Yantic will stay here a few elays to he  shorteneel so as to pass through the  canals.  DEMANDS SATISFACTION  London, November 1.���������The Government of Germany demands reparation  from the Hayti  "Republic   for the ill*  tape of a Gei man subject.  FENIAN RAIDERS AT  LARGE  They Want the Canadian Gold l-ields���������  Rosebery Commends Sir Wilfrid-  Russia, Japan and the U. S. Com-  tir.e���������?7S,ooo Worth of Diamonds  Stolen.  WHAT ARE THEY AFTER  Ottawa. November 2.���������Premier  Laurier and Davies go to Washington  next week. It is not at present known  on what pretext the trip is to be taken.  JIOSEISERY SAYS ITS ALL KIGUT  London, November 2.���������Lord Rosebery ban endorstd Laurier's London  declaration 'on tho - question of free  trade.  VAN  WYCK THE  FAVORITE  Nk\v~" Yoisfrcr^November 2.-=-Vair  Wyck is the favorite in the betting on  to-ilay's mayoralty contest. The city  is in a state.of great excitement.  SHORT WIRES  Extended references to Mgr.Cleary's  recent mandate were made in several  eastern pulpits on Sunday last. ���������  It is reportetl that Russia.~fapan and  the United States havo agreed to a'  Behring sea treaty. But will England agree?  There are rumors in tbe coast cities  that a filibustering expedition is ei������;  route to the Yukon to seize the country iu the name of thu Uuited .States.  " A Toronto miser has starved hun-  tMlf to death.  The Union Pacific railway has been  sold at auction for $57,1502,732.  An Indian murderer across the line  who was out on parole surrendeied  himself and has been executed.  The English' employers and cotton  opera-ives have consented to submit  their disi>ub~ to arbitration.  The Diamond Merchants Alliance,  premises in London, Eng,. have* been  uroken into and robbed of 875,000  4Vi_.rU) of diamonds.  Minister of the Interior Sitton has  ftiTiveel at Vancouver from Dyea, and  will start shortly for Ottawa.  WHITEWAY WAS DEFEATED IN  NEWFOUNDLAND  BY BERTHA M. CLAY.  .litnuary, with Us Ice and snow,  en me to an end; February, with Us  faint elcams oC sunshine, passeel;  March came in like a l\<t\. It was  veil for mo that tho beauties of nature Iintl power lo .soothe and charm.  I watched eagerly for the .sprliur.thliil'-  Iiik that the Blory and the tenderness  or It must surely In some measure  "huso away the horrible gloom. I3e.it  there came an evening In "larch the  very recollection of which chills my  heart. There wus no storm, no tomp-  ot-'t ot rain, but the wind was blowing as I hatl never heard It. T love  the wind, I love It. be it the softest  bieath that stirs the roses and lifts  the sprays of jasmine, or the mighty,  blast that rends Uic glnnt branches'  nnel  bends the sturdy oak.  That evening It came in great gusts  from the hills, IIke tho roar ot artillery, afterward seeming to die away  on llie lake. Then It rose ngain, and  ciiino wtilling with a long-drawn, sobbing sound round tho house. 1 was  not afraid. This was what I liked;  and when I went to my room, Instead  of going to sleep like a sensible girl,  1 opened my window the better io hear  it. for my heart nnd soul rejoiced In it.  Suddenly I heard the sound ot footsteps In the corridor. Some one tried  the handle ot my door gtatly and  cautiously. I did not know fear, but  I must confess that at the sound ot  lhe handle turning my heart beast  fast. I wont to the door and opened  it. To my surprise there stood Lady  Culmore, wrapped in a long blue dress-  hiH-'Town, her hair hanging over her  snoiiltiors, lier face white as death,  her eyes full ot fear. Even at that  nit ment I could not help noticing the  whiteness of the hands that held the  I a nor.  "I am disturbing you, ".llss Forster."  she said: "but I am afraid���������oh, so sorely   afraid! Will  you   como   with   me?"  "Yes, Lady Culmore. But what  frightens-you '.'"   I   asked.  "The wind, lhe wind !" she replied.  "T am sure that every lost soul Is  abroad to-night and wailing in It. "Vlll  you come with me '!"  She was trembling from head to foot;  great drops of agony stood on her forehead; the hand that held the wax tap-  There was certainly some faint resemblance to the cry of a child, the  wail ot an Infant in- great pain. I  should never have thought of It but  for her.  "Lady Culmore," I said, "you must  listen to reason, you must be calm.  This is foolish, hysterical, nervous nonsense! Come with me to the window.  Look and listen for yourself."  She wrung her hands.  "I dare not!" she cried.  "You must," l said. "It is the only  way In which you can be convinced.  Come."  I took the white hands In mine and  compelled hor to cross the room. I  drew aside the blinds and hangings,  opened the window, and made her look  out.  ^ "l'ou see tliere Is nothing," I tald.  "Look at the moon, tho water and the  trees."  She turned away with a deathly shudder.  "f must have dreamt it then," she  saiel.  "What did you dream?" I asked.  "I dreamed that I heard some one  tapping at the window, and I awoke in  a great fright. Then I heard the wailing  of a child, a pittrul tiny voice sobbing with the faintest breath, and the  sound came from the window. I wont  there, and revv aside the curtains as  you have done now, and I saw���������oh,  that Heaven would darken my eyes  for evermore!���������I saw a tiny child standing there, dressed in a little white  shroud, and he was rapping with a  feeble little hand on the window-pane.  For one moment the baby eyes flashee?  into mine, and I knew that it he came  in  I  should  fail  down  dead."  "It was a dream," I said, with a sigh  oC unutterable  relict���������"only  a dream."  I"ut she broke from mo with a terrible cry. She flung herself upon her  knees, she tore her fair hair, she beat  hor hands together wildly, and I spent  the remainder of tbe night in trying to  soothe her. Verily I had cause to remember the bitter winds of March!  ST. Joiixs, "fovejnber 1.���������As far as  l'cturns have been I'etiejved the general  ���������.'lections, throughout JJewfoundland  liave. resulted in the defeat .of the  White-way Govcrnine nt. The contest  was an ojcccediugly bitter one. charge e  of boodling nnd corruption anel attacks  on private character being hurled  hack and forth.  St. Johns*, N'H'd., November 2.���������Sir  William Whiteway's Government has  iMjen defeated, according to.the latest  election returns.       "  ��������� ������-^.���������������   The Biblical story of the Fall has  .often been ejuoteid to tho discredit ol  JTC.j*e's sex. But there is it great ������"eal in  'bofti'l. of putting thiiiRs. The Rev.  Shirk <Juy Peaise (who is well known  in England) has just been expounding  ihe incident in ;t fashion which shows  that he* possesses a remarkable talent  for ingenious /compliment. The elevil,  Jiesnys. did not give llio apple to the  man, hut. to tho woman, because lu*  .knew that the man would have eaten  ���������it nil himself, but that the woman  vvould go halves. t  I WENT TO THE DOOIl AND OI'I'-NEU IT.     '  cr trembled. What was It that made  the beautiful tace so terrible to see ?,  "You'need not be frightened, Lady  Culmore," I said. "The wind Is always  rough In March. You are afraid of  it.    I  think" it  beautiful."   _  "It is not the winel that I hear in  my room," she whispered. "Oh, come!"  -Without another word I took the  taper from her hand anel went with  lier. When wo reached the room  where Lady Culmore slept, I found  that all the lamps were burning. She  laid her hand upon my arm.  "I want you to listen," she said, in  a low, hoarse whisper.    "Listen I"  As she stood before me, with a  strained, despairing expression on her  face, wild terror in her eyes and her  -hand-upllfted,_L-might_have_been_for-=_  given some little emotion ot fear. The  scone  was   weird  enough.  "Listen !" she repeated. And then  I heard the soft, sad sob of the wind  at the window dying away Into the  faintest possible moan.  "What Is thnt ?" she asked me,  v hlle a strong shudder shook her  frame. "Listen again, and tell mo,"for  Heaven's  sake,   what  is  that '!"  The dying wall ot the wind was folic wed by a soft tap against tho window-glass, so soft, so indistinct, that  I eoulel hardly hear It. Tho sound came  again and again, until at last the ter-  rliieel woman nung hc-rseli' upon her  knees with a cry ot anguish that I  shall never forget���������a perfect scream  of terror. It rings In my ears even  now  as I write.  "I know what it Is !" sho cried. "You  must not let it In ! Keep the window  cloyed ! Send it away ! Oh, Heaven,  send It away !" Anel she fell senseless,  with her white, miserable face upon  the ground.  I raised her, laid her upon the.couch,  and went to the window. The moon  shi ne on the budding trees and on the  mere. ) saw In a moment that the  Found was caused by the tapping of  a small spray of ivy against the wln-  aow-glass. Having found tnis out, x.  went back to rouse and reassure her.  She lay just where I had placed her,  her blue eyes open and full of inexplicable  terror.  "Have you sent it away ?" she ask-  ^cd,   in   a   horaise   whisper.  "There is nothing to send away.  Lady  Culmore,"   I  replied.  "Nothing !" she cried. "Are you  quite sure ? Nothing at all ?"  "No. What could there be outside  your window ���������?"  I began to wonder if her brain was  an'octed. It was the only possible ex-  p'-.nation .of her conduct.  The wind had been silent for some  tew minutes. Then it rose again���������the,  same faint sobbing round the window,  a sound as natural as any could be.  but evidently full ot spernatural dread  to hor. She* sprang tp her ieep and held  up her band again.  "Listen!" she cried.  "It is nothing, Lndy Culmore," I said,  speaking lirmly. for I -.benight tbat  perhaps this was but a severe* hysterical  attack. "It Is nothing. Lady Culmore,"  I repeated. "Do you understand? It is  only the wailing ot the winel."  "Ah, no!" she said. "That Is what  it sounds like to you. Do >ou know  what It Is In reality? It is the crying  of a little child, quite a little child,  standing there. Hark! Do you not  hear it now7" ....    not  CHAPTER   V.  April, with its soft showers, its odor  of sweet violets and growing buds, its  sweet daffodils and pale primroses, was  passing quickly, but still there was no  change at Ullamevc. It was nearly tour  months since I came, and there was  the same gloom, the same constraint,  the same wretchedness in Sir Rudolph's  home! but by this time I had lost all  desire to leave the plaae. All my affection and intoiest, all my thoughts, were  centered in the baronet and his wife.  There was nothing very mysterious  about Sir Rudolph, except the way in  which he lived. The whole mystery  seemed to cling to Lady Culmor:*. After  that night when the winds of March  blew so terribly, I had a lingering suspicion tliat her mind was unhinged-  had lost its balance. And yet, even  if it were so, that was no solution to  the mystery of Sir Rudolph's conduct.  A man who loved his wife would but  study her the more for any misfortune  ot that kind.  I remember another incident. This  happened in the calm, early, gray morning light. Again I heard footsteps in  the corridor, and again tbe handle of  my door was turned. I knew this time  that it was Lady Culmore. She was  standing outside, with the same terrible fear on her face.  , "I want you, Miss Forster," she said.  "Come with me;" and, as a matter of  course, I went.  She carefully closed the door ot her  room, placed the wax taper on the  table, and .turned to me. The distress  in her white face was terrible to see.  "Now," she cried���������"now tell me what  you hear!" She seemed to breathe with  ditllculty; great gasps came from her  lips. "Quickly," she said���������"tell me  quickly!  what do you hear?"  "Nothing," I  replied.    "There  is  a sound; even the wind is still."  She struck her hands together with a  passionate cry.  "You must hear it! You say 'No*  to calm me. I shall not be frightened  it you hear it; but i������ it comes only  "to me, oh"be_aven!~wliat~shairi~do?''^���������  She hid her face in her hands, and  trembled so violently,,that I became  alarmed,  "Tell me what you hear, Lady Culmore," I requested.  "The cry of a child. Can you not  hear it? It has been walling "round  my pillow all night long, until it has  driven me mad," she said. "I am mad!  Oh, Miss Forster, look for it! I am  sure It is here! Some ot those wicked  servants have hidden It here on purpose that It* should cry and frighten  me. We must Und lit! I can bear It  no longer!" And the most painful  spectacle I ever saw In my life was the  spectacle o������ this beautiful, desperate  woman searching everywhere for that  which did not exist. Suddenly she  looked at the door.  "Ah," she cried, "It Is outside, now!  It is dying away at the end of the  corridor. It is gone! Thank heaven,  it is gone!"  She shrank, shuddering, from the  door, and sank down upon a chair. She  was exhausted, white, tre-mbling. I  went to her, and took her hands. They  were cold as death itself.  "You have been dreaming again,  Lady Culmore," I said. "You must  remember that you had the same  dream before, and how it terrified you.  Try to be cheerful. You must be ill  or nervous; such fancies and dreams  as these do not trouble strong or  healthy people. You should go away  from here. I shall certainly .speak to  Sir Rudolph about It;he does not know  how 111 you are."  She clung to me with passionate cries  and tears. i '   '*  "You must not' do that.    I  can  not  go  away.    Promise  me  that you  will  not say one word to him.    I will kill  myself if you do!"  Her vehemence startled nr2.  "Certainly, I wil not, unless you wish  it," I ga'.d.   "You are really ill, though  Lady  Culmore,   and  you   should  have  medical advice.   These terrible fancies  of yours are only the result ot illness."  She flung her arms around me, and  laid her fair head on my shoulder.  "Do you think so?" she whispered.  "Oh, comfort me, comfort me, for my  heart is torn and desolate!"  How was I to comfort her when I  did not even 'know her trouble? I  could feel how Jier heart was beating,  how she trembled, while great bitter  Fobs rose to her lips, and I wondered  more than ever what had gone wrong  in the life of this beautiful, sorrowful woman.  1 smoothed the fair, shining hair, and  tbe touch of my hand calmed her.  "It Is a strange thing," I said to her,  "that you should always have the same  dream, that you should bo haunted, as  it were, by the cries of a little child."  Her face could grow no paler, but  l.er head fell more heavily upon my  shoulder.  "So strange!" she murmured, "Ah, so  straiiiro!"  "You never hod a little child, Lady  Culmore,   had, you?"  "Never,"  she answered.  "Have you littlo brothers or sisters?"  I asked.  "None,"   she   replied.  "It is an extraordinary thing, never  having had anything to do with a littlo  child, that you should be haunted by  the cries ot ono!" ,  Sho was looking at me with wild,  distendetl  eyes.  "Miss Forster, you will not tell this  fancy of mine to anyone?' she said,  slowly. "I am so afraid that people  should think me mad."  Then sho promised to try to be calm,  to lie down and sleep it I would remain  with her. I did so, and sat down by  hor side, holding her hand, until nt  last she dropped into a fevered, restless sleep.  Ah, mo, how restless! The beautiful  head and troubled face turned incessantly from-side to side; thp lips were  never still; and the burden of her cry  was, "I did It all for you, love���������all for  you!" Then came prayers, entreaties,  sighs, and tears; but above all rang  that one pitiful cry, "All for you, love  ���������all   for you!"  In the full morning light I left her  fast asleep.  Could it be that the gloom of the  house was extending to me? All that  day I was miserable. I felt sure that  Lady Culmore was very ill, threatened  with a severe illness or with insanity. I  was sorely perplexed, fooling that it  was my duty to get help for her from  somewhere, yet not knowing in the  least to whom I should apply. 1 would  not betray her' I would keep the secret  of her strange fancies and her terrible-  nights; but I must have the advice ot  some one as to how she be best dealt  with.. The only person I could think  of was Mis. Harper, the housekeeper;  and I went one afternoon in search oE  her. I asked her to conic* out with mo  into the grounds, where I could talk  to her at my ease. I told her that I  thought Lady Culmore was very ill,  and that she required more attention  than I could give hor. The housekeeper  looked sorry  and puzzled.  "I am just as much bewildered ns  yourself, miss," she said. "This is not  like any other household. What lies  between those two���������husband and wife���������  I cannot tell, but I fear it is something  terrible. Thoy seem to me moro like  jailor and prisoner than anything else."  "Which is the jailer?" I asked.  "Sir Rudolph," she answered. "I  would not stay but lhat. after "all, I  like both my master and my lady so  well. They seem, to me perfection  apart, but together they would puzzle  Uie saints."  "Has it always been this way, Mrs.  'Harper?"  "Yes. The servants in the house are  strangers,  except  tho  butler and  my-  Chrlstmas five; but that had nothing  to do with my master and mistress  leaving home so suddenly. I think,  Miss Forster, it will bo better for you  to sp*.ak to Sir Rudolph about my lady.  Ho loved her so dearly once, he must  feel anxious If ho thinks there is anything  the  matter with   her."  I took Mrs, Harper's advice, and  went at once to Sir Rudolph. I found  him  in tho gun-tonm.  "I want to speak lo you for u few  mnutes, Sir Rudolph," 1  said.  He bowed with Iho frank courtesy  that was his great charm.  "Will you not come in, Miss Forster?"  he asked.  \l am too great a coward, Sir Rudolph.   I am afraid of the guns."  "I must come lo you. then," ho said,  laughingly; and he Joined mi' where I  was standing on the lawn, adding, "I  am at your service,  Miss Forster."  But all his geniality died nway when  I told him that l wished to speak to  him about Lady Culmore. I said that  she was very ill, and that I was tin-  ?asy about hor. He was a changed man  tit once���������cold, hard, unyielding. He  listened   to   all   I   said,   and   made   no  ".MA11 !   I Vl.-j.M TO HEAVEN* SHE WAS!"  answer, except that, if I thought Lady  Culmore ill, I could send tor a doctor���������  any doctor I liked. Then his interest  ceased.  "Sir Rudolph," I said, "have you���������  has any one who knows her���������any suspicion   that  Lady  Cuhnora  Is  mad?"  "Mad," he repeated, with inilnitc  scorn���������"mad! I wish to heaven she  was!"  An'j I was left to find out what those  words   meant.  Job Printing���������  ''1   AM JUST   AS   MUCH    niLIVir.DEUED    AS  YOURSELF, MISS."  self. We lived with Sir Rudolph at  Isrooke Hall. We were with him at  his man-lag**.."  "Was there anything curious connected with it?" I asked.  ."Nothing. Everyone, noticed tho'Intense love* ot the bridegroom for the  bride. I never saw any one so devoted  In my life. It was marvellous to see  thc-m together. Sir Rudolph brought  his bride home to Brooke Hull, and I  lived thetre one year with them. Then,  quite suddenly, they came hero, nnd  they have lived Sn this strange fashion  ever since."  "And you know nothing of what  bie.ught them here���������nothing ot the  cause,of their being on such terms  with each other?"  "Nothing. Everything Wn~ bright  and happy at Brooke Hall. The house  was filled with guests. I remember  even that arrangements had been made  for a dance, when Sir Rudolph sent  for me suddenly. 'We are going to  Ullamere, Mrs. Harper,' he said, 'Will  you come with us? We shall not return to Brooke Hall.' 'It is very sudden, Sir Rudolph," I said; and then I  noticed how white his face was. I  *iave never seen him like himself since  that���������never; and lhat war, Christmas  Eve. We stopped at Brooke Hall until  the day after Christmas Day. We have  been her just one year.'  "But there must have been a reason,"  t said. "A husband and wife, both  young, passionately attached to each  other, could not have fallen into this  state without some reason."  "I know of none. I have thought it  over a hundred times."  "Did nothing happen at Brooke Hall?  Did Lady Culmore make her husband  jealous?" ,  "There was little fear," she replied,  "tf ever any woman worshipped a man,  my lady worshipped her husband. She  seemeil as though she could not live  out of his presence. It was the wonder  of every one. I do not think, when she  talked and laughed with other men.  that she really heeded them. Her eyes  followed him always, and her whole  heart  was  in  them."  "Rut was there no warning o������ what  wa= about to happen?"  "None," was the reply. "The only  incident which occurred!at Brooke was  the death of tlie nurse, Margaret Jennings.    She  died  on  the   morning  of  CHAPTER   VI.  The end ot the month ot May was  near, and during all this time I had  not seen ono visitor at the hall. Just  as we were when the Christmas snow  fell, so were we. now that the roses  and lillies were beginning to bloom,  save that the outer world was like a  paradise. The lake-country is, to my  thinking, thae fairest part of England, with Its tors and fells, its mountains and vales.  I shall never forget the sunlight on  the hills, the blu: deep waters, the  winding streams, the laughing green  valleys.  I had longed for years to*soe an English May, anel now my desire was  gratified. I had never dreamed of  anything one-half so fair. And this  May Was 'the true month of the poets,  sweet and smiling. Pink and white  hawthorn grew in the hedges ; the lilacs and laburnums were all in flower :  the fields were so bright with daisies  and buttercups that they appeared carpeted with silver and golel, anel the  handsome spikets of the chestnuts were  out in profusion.  Lady Culmore had steadfastly refused to see a doctor.  *' Why shoud I try to preserve my  lfo ?" she said, when 1 spoke ot one.  "I had one groat hope, but it is dying  slowly and surely.' When it is quite  dead, I shall die too, What is there  in my lite to make me desire It?" she  cried passionately, "Christmas snow,  March winds, summer flowers, would  _com____an_cl_go'._-J-_s_ho__dd^  heart  away."      *" " '  "But, Lady Culmore," I said, "why  should you feel and think in this way?  Why should not life be bright to you  as it is to ..others? You are so unhappy lhat I dare to talk to you as  I would not to anyone else. Why need  you despair? You are young and beautiful anil wealthy; you have a husband who might Well, perhaps I had  better not speak of that."  "Vou do nut understand," she said.  "I made a terrible mistake once in my  lite���������a most 'terrible mistake. I see it  now. He will never forgive nor forget  it."  MURDER IN   TORONTO  TWO   TAILORS    GET    INTO    A  QUARREL  And the Father Stabs His Son to the  Heart With a Pair of Shears���������Both  Had Been Drinking:.  Toronto, November 1.���������A terrible  murder occurred here on Saturday at  5.30 p.m. Two tailors, James Ilutton,  aged 00, and John, aged 3D, his son,  with John's wife, were working in a  room at the corner of Victoria- anel  Richmond streets. , They had been  drinking and a frienel named James  Black, who was with them, had gone  out for some beer. A ejuarrel aiose  anil the father stabbed his son with  the sheai's. There were three wounds,  one in the left shoulder, a e:ontusion  eiver the right eye, and a terrible* stab  entering over the right nipple and  going oblieiuely to the left, through  both lungs and into the heart.  DISASTROUS  EXPLOSION  Thirteen Men   Killed bv An  Explosion  of Giant  Powder.  Pokes. Mexico, November 1.���������A dis  asttous explosion occurred yesterday  at tho Amanitas shaft of the Grand  Central mine. Thirteen men were  killed outright and three sustained  probably fatal injuries. In some undermined corner a large eiuantiiy of  giant powder blew up in the fourth  level of the shaft. So great was the  force of the explosion lhat out of four  men who were stationed fully 200 feet  distant from the centre, three were  killed instantly. Six of the recovered  bodies are unrecognizable. The Grand  Central mine was recently purchaseel  for one million dollars by an English  syndicate.  Townsite  Changed  Hands  B    ���������  Although not much advertising  has been ilone, Rosebery townsite;  at tho heart of Slocan Lake, has  been steadily coming to the front  for the last three months.  Wfyat Strong Points  Rosebery Holds on  the   Slocan Lake  Rosebery will have au ore  sampling works in a few months  with a capacity of a 100 tons a day.  Rosebery is in the ceutre of and  distributing point for .Slocan City,  Sandon, Nakusp, New Denver,  Sil verton, Enterprise, Three Forks,  Concentrator and Cody, only 12  miles distant from - the mining  centre of the Slocan (Sandon).  Rosebery is destined to be the  concentrating point.  Rosebery is the sampler point.  Rosebery is the ship yard of the  Slocan.  Rosobery is the only safe harbor  on the lake.  Buy Lots N'ow   if  You Waiit  To   Mal^e Mon.ey,.  Send at once to ,the general  agent for maps and price list or  any further information.  A. M. Beattie,  tint General Agent.  IMPERIAL BW  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital. ���������       $2,000,000 ,  Reserve    - ' -   - '��������� .   U56.&00  Directors:  H. S. Howland,; President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, .Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,' T. Sutherland Stayner,'  D. R, Wilkie.' General Manager.  * Brsnohea  North West and British Columbia  Brandon     (Portage la" *   * Vaccbuvm  Oalgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton |Prince Albert  Revelstoke  Ontario   "' ������������������������>.-'.  Essex Niagara Falls ^ St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne" Toronto  Gait Rat Portage" ���������-*   Welland   *���������  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines, -   '.-.-  Agents   in ' Great   Britain���������Lloyd"  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by" letter or cable to-" -  of above branches. _' "**  ' Agents in the United States���������New.  York,   Bank-of  Montreal, ��������� Bapk ,of  America;     .Chicago,   First   National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank ���������  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards - received and  interest allowed. ��������� *'"-- **���������-*'���������  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.... .   .  Drafts and l^ttei*i'of-Ci^it7---SLva}l-.  able at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom,    United    States,    Europe.  India,  China, -Japan,; 'Australia.'^"ew  Zealand, etc ���������-.   "'"'.'.-"  Gold Purchased ". '    '  A, B. B. HEABN.  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  AH Read It  And Read It A 11���������Every  _page,___eyci'y column, every  line. No rai"er in~N6rtlf~  Kootenay has^bne-fourth its  circulation, or is as well read  by so many persons as The  Semi-Weekly Rkvelstoke  Herald. To reach the people  of North Kootenay its  columns must be used, and in  fact it can boast of what no  other paper in its district  can. Every business house  in Itevelstoke advertises in  it. and are satisfied it brings  results. What better guarantee could outside advertisers ask ?  Its newsy columns, its  telegraphic, its typographical  neatness, its free delivery, its  interest in the welfare of  Kootenay, are steadily increasing its circulation.  We solicit your business  on the basis of results���������not  from sympathy. We can  help increase your business.  Write us for particulars.  Ih Revelstoke Herald  "revelstoke, b. c.  TIME C*\RD  Subject to chasge without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time,  OOINO WEST DA1T.T OOIhO BAST  8*0am Leave... "..Knslo Arrivo3.50pni  830*.ani ...South Fork... 3:15pm  9_3Gam       '    Sproulu's     '���������      2:15 pm  I-51 am " ...XX httewtitcr... " ������00pm  10.03 am ' ... Bear Lake... ������������������ 1:18 pm  10:18 am ��������� . . McGuigan.... '��������� _L33pm  10:38 am '������ Ccdy Junction *��������� 1:12 pra  IO-" am Arrive.... Sandon Leave 1-CO p m  CODY LINE  Leave 11:00 am Sandon.... Arrive 11:15 am  Arrive 11:20 a m Cody.: Leave 1135a m  BOBKRT. HIVING   ) GEO.F COPKLAKD  Q. F. and P. A.       I      Sapcrlnten ent  ( anadian  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  The best'and-*cheapest route from  Revelstoke to all points'east and,west.'  Through tickets to ��������� .Vancouver, '  Winnipeg, St."' Paul.':Cbicag6,i-;New_.  York.-Montreal and-Toronto.    3$: ���������������,   -'  First class dining and'sleepiiigcars  on all.trains.-   _, ���������-..**.  :.>'*..     -  Through' tourist- cars" to St;t.PauI  daily, and tb^ Toronto every" Monday,'  and Montreal and Boston op Tliursday:  Purchase tickeLs.to.yqur^'destih'atieju ���������  and have baggage checked"'through/;'-'  For ��������� full   information 'as- tot; rates,  time, etc., apply to nearest agent, to "  T. W.BR^SHAW,"'::  ��������� Agent;'.Revel~toke.  Or to E. J.-COYLE;:j  Dis. Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  Tho Canadian 'Pacific Steamship Company's  Steamers  '-Kaku'p   .and...*~~ooteoBy'������'.-leave '  Vrrowhead ovcry day, except Sunday, for all  points   in- Kootenay, making: connection! at '  Nakusp (or all points on: Naku������p and Slocan  Railway, and Slocan Lake ".   * -   ������������������    ,__-*������������������  Close connection  at ��������� Robson' for     - elson.  KsbIo, Balfour and Pilot Bay. .   .,  Clrse  connection  -at', Trail   for Ros'siand,  "nrthport. and all points santb. -  . c   -   -  For  fall information, tickets, maps,"etc,  call on or address ..,_.'.  ~T" W. BRADSHAWV..-    '  Asent Revelstoke. "Or to  H.   M.  M4CGREQOR.     '   .  Travflling Pasecnger,Agent. Nelson.  E J.COYLE, Dis. Paiscniter'Airen't, Vanoouver;-  OM>m.-  __= = Is thp Shortest and  ----- J i  Quickest-Line to...    ��������� ���������    '-  WALLACE,   FARM1NGTON; -'  GARFIELD,     OAKES������)ALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON;  COEUR D'ALEXE.'MINES.'  DAYTON,   WALLA-WALLA,  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON, *  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK," * "   /  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST OR  SOUTH.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   ...  Via Silt- Lake, Denver;  Omaha and Kansas City.'  Steamship Tickets to and from  Europe arid other foreign countries  Train for the. East  and  Portland  departs 7:15 p.rii; daily. *-Wallace;and!  Moscow accommodation 'depait3',.7:���������>-  a.m.   daily.   "Through" service. ���������'" No  delays or lay overs anywhere, -. .-.-'-���������  Get through tickets and further information of O. R. & N. city ticket'  office,    No.    430,> Riverside-,-avenue,"  corner Stevens St., Spokane. -Wash.  '.   J. "CAMPBELLi--*   -  General Agent; Spokane.  W. H. Hurlburt, G. P. A.? Portland.  Spokane Falls and JloptUepn"  ���������Nelson and Ft. SJieppapd  Red -Mountain Kys. *< -   .  The onlr all rail; routi without chance o  cars between Spokane. NoTthroTt. Rowland  and Nelson;  cloo   tetw-*n   Pos rand .'.and  rtl_"30D.  "x-  -...'*.. ;-n.r.-.-,^* ���������  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  leave. NORTHPORT ARRivz.  ForSpokane��������� *       From Bpokaee���������  -"gBSLa- K������_2aHu!  l:I0D.tn :...:..-.1:10 a^n.  l:Wp.m -...-."Me p._u  Close connections a* Nelson trith'steamer  for Kaslo and aU Kootenay Lake pointe.-^y  Passengers for Kettle River "an " Boundary'  Creek connect at Marcoa-with (Ugeflaily.   .  Ki  "������*>X -���������M^dlOIBSS      ...   .rior.v,irwi:vfe-.4;: .-���������...���������;   ,..'. 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