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Revelstoke Herald May 25, 1898

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 ="4  /������/-  /y^\/ (ALOt^J qCua  Y2T) A |  ���������tftf-,   _iSi_______rt__!_������  /  tf  ^'  -ISSUED   TWICE-A-WESK: -- WEDl^rSSDAYS    -A.3STID    S_AT"U"ZR,:D_a.-Y"S--  Vol.  II.    No.  36.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY. MAY   25, 1S9S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  1/  <^&g������&3?e^?-Z&>^^^*i "**���������%  Hudson's Bay |  Company  [lXCO'lI'Oll.l-EU IS'O  The   Most   Uo-to-Datc   Outfitters J4   .. ^  in Western Canada. ^  n      i  ��������� ��������� i  Intending Prospector* should write, us A  for one of our new Folder*, which ^  contains an excellent Map and an ft  estimate of the probable co-t of a (J.  complete outfit ior the Gold nobis, rs  fi'  Hudson's Bay Stores,     ������  Calgary- |  Cai_g_iiiv, Feb. 1. ISPS* <*,  ^���������s^g)3g??^-^232^if555sr*^-~~~*~y~>a:  Haig- & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for ,  Revelstoke  . \ ^"^ - Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and-LIFE INSURANCE  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,.  Barrister. Solicitor. Notary Public, Etc.  Oflice: Mol-on'-Bank liloc'k,  First Street, Revelstoke Station. B.C.  WM.  WHITE,  Q. Cj  Barrister, Solicitor, Nota^ Public, Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Rink of t'anada.  Front St., Revelstoke, B.C.  JAMES  MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitcr, Etc.  Office:    .Mv. an Hlock.   l'.O. lio . IBS.  Third St.. Revelstoke.  B.C.  DR. MALLOCH,  Ph7s:ci_-.i and  Surgeon.  McKen_ie Ave.. Revelstoke Sta.. B. C.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. No. T1S5S.  I'tgul r 111 -iirgs i"C he'd in Ih  - Odd tdlnw ' II-11 onilio si-co .1   .ir.d  3 fun ���������������������������li \V elio iluy-or >-i.eh moiulini  icn*7::-) p 111.    Visitingbrulhrun euidiully  E"~- invi e ..  TvFPrTl Evr-.r 10lr~ ~~"~~~7ri ha liAKKrltecf-i-e'er  V .0. HniMiv, l--in.--~e- II. S. Wii.son-. Treas.  Court Mt. Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461,  Meet*- 'in iho Oil.l-  fullow*- hall "n the  _nil 11 ml 1th I'ridn-.*-  of each niouth. Visiting brcthieu invited  10 atieuil.  .1. II. Pi-TT, C H.  "   .1   I.. S-miiii. lt. te.  House Furnishings  Jusl rccchod direct from Scoliiuicl.  If you will come and look ut our   .     hiuispel*"     n ,   T.'1'J-.-TI.Y     \7XWP   wool    v_j<-.iyv,___   maOiii  ~ai'ix~__.i: hugs axn squ.\ki:s  wool squaiii's  Fl.OOll HUGS  COCOAXUT  MATS  Vou will be plca-cd.   And don't forget thutwc  have a  Full Range of Linoleu:  his  Al.o I.ACi: CUKTAINf:, AUT MU~IjI>.'S,  TOWELS and'10\Vi:i,LINO, lil.LACIfKI)  ami i;nisli~a_[i~:~j  tauli:   linen-.  Etc.. Elc.  Dry Goods  *.  iX line t'.ssortmo'.il.  CERVERA'S  >Qi  riDR  Has     Disappeared    Again    to  SampsoiVs Great Disgust  i-GWYOUSEEiTHOWYOUDOi-T  NEVER.A SEA POWER.  it was nol lic.s'r.i llint Spuin won ln'i  X  Boots,and Shoes     "  Ui^y-l tn ilb"-i nsbiirtmciit in tlie loi.n  A.mL _e_r.ui.l-_- to i-b'i to sue om hues of  -    ���������   Straw and Felt Hats  We will sell nt int'k'bottom iirice*-, ami will  U*y tu plu-i^e yon.  Co B. Huiiie &,".Ce.  Rcv.ls.oke St .ticn, Revelstoke and  -   Trout Lake City,  E.C.     '  The Revelstoke Photo Co.  <i tf  Kc-c'stoke,    -       -   -    D.C.  Studio:  Pocgi is St..i:i:i.  .#__ . >&.  I Results .   I  1 H  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance. Commission and Mining  Brokers,  Calgary, Alta. "  Agenls for the Queen Fire Iiimiiiiik _ Co., of  America. , ,  .,  _-ei>re_ented by W. Morris. Kevelstoke.       1,111 f  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood   Dealer  and Drayman.  Draying and'delivery mirk a specially.  Teams aluny*. 011 hand at shortest notice.  Contracts for Jolililiu; liiken.  Agent for the Standard Oil f:o:iipiniy.'" ���������  Are  What  Count  m  i  m  PS  is  w  4__Z-  fl  m  1  J.   R.    HULL   &   CO.,  ���������Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  in Ee__. Pork, Etc.  Kamloops and Revelstoke.  All orders in our line promptly filled.  We Carry  Foreign and Domestic Soaps and  Perfumes.  A full line of Toilet Requisites.  A complete assortment of Station-  cry.  Drugs and Chemicals, every  preparation being fresh and  chemically pure.  '    Dispensing a special Icntitre of our bu-tnc*s.  t-/Chas. E. Reid & Co.  What you pay is uot half so  Important u*. what yon get In paint.  Chc.\l> paint is always iiiuc-h  more ex pen*.! 10 than lhe high  priced, when rciulM are (ouslilered.  People nre (lulling this otit.  A good urtlelo will always make  Its way. ,  . 'The  Sherwin-Williams  Paints  cost more tliaii other*, but arc the jg|  most  economical   p.ilnls   any man jS  caiiu.su:   They last "longer than any ������g  other paints, and iu this we include :S  Pure Lead and Oil.   They go further $_~_  and have a butter appearance.     If ip!  you  dou't  know- this  already, it's (gg  worth your while to tind it out. j������|'  ~~~  I  B0tIRNE BROS.,     te  la  AGLNTS. jg  REVELSTOKE    ^  Dealers in Heavy 1.111I . helf Hani*   ig*  ware. I'alnts. Oils, GI.im, Ltc.  B  gtfflMiaiMisriMiMiaiiMsi!]^'  All Reported Qaict on the Coast of  Cuba.���������p/iorc Mysterious Firing- Heard  This Time off Hayti���������Death of ,Ed-.  ward Bellamy ��������� Great Britain and  Francs Have Adjusted the VJe_t  African Diffically���������A Corner in Oats  From Winnipeg1 to the Coast���������Approaching Convention Between. the  States ar.d Great Entail*,���������The .Fast  Atlantic Car,scia-.i Service.���������Another  Thousand Galicians for Alberta.  Special *.o the Herald.  Kr.Y V.'EST. -\I.-iy-J.���������It is riliiur.-etl  lit'i-C! Lli.it four TJnil-d SI.-lies w.ir ships  wok: tepuNi'tl nt __;i:iti.i!~o el" Culi::,  iiut tho 1 cpurt io nut tii'.ilii'iiicel.  V\*APiiiNGTON.M.iy23.���������Iscgotiiiticms  lii*{rin tliis wed: beLivetin the*, ni._i-.inl_  ol the '-'*.'( rctiiry eii' .tn'te".-, dcpiLi-tiui'iit  nnd llie ~3iiLi_li .���������uuh.is'-iidor, yii-'luli.r.i  P.-iiiiiii'foi-i.i' md Sir Louis D.ivies,  K-iH'Oicntine; C.iiiiKl.i iis* .-i. preliiiiiiuiry  _,ti'li teiwiird- it, t-oiivciitiiii! or trouty  lie'Liii-eii the'. Cnilt'el St:iU'- nn el GicVit  111 ilfiin fur tlu*. put po'ie of e lc'iriug up  ni-.iiieroitb  limj.   ])?ndiui.  ci)nlrvi'i_.io&  lift ween thif. eOiuiLiv ;uiel (Jiiiiniiii.  . -D  I'.i:v Wns-r. ilny 22.���������0.30 p. 111.���������  Spci 'il.itirui isstill ii-int.-1'iilr.-ited on tlie  wlii'i'i'iiliuiilh of Acliuii-.il Oci vein's  t.qii.uii-i"in. The ,_.oiiot-.il opiti'.ou f,i\-(ii--.  ing s-ou'.t' point tin '.lie ..oiiLlicn: Culi 111  c-o.ii.l. Iiotli **i(li'** of llili i.ilund .lie.1 iimv  li_Mii}i p.-it-rolletl Iiy llie -Uuitccl SL.itcs  w.u-s-liipb. Tlit! n.-iv.ii uutliiii iLies-will  not tidtiiit the. p"*-*-ili!i.l.v of Ci*i vt'i.i't,  I'Kitipc. K'-'pnits I'liun fj unpnciir*.  sciu.tdion **'iy lli.-ir nil is cinii't. on tliu  norlh i-u.i-t of Culm. I-.otliin.. fiom  bihli-y i^ c'Npi't-ti'il liefore .Monil.iy.  San FKANCisro, Jii.iy 21���������Over thiee  tlKiiis.iiiil volinii'j-.'i-* .-iii-ivcel iii'i-e this  iiioriiiu^ firuu tlif e.-is-tc'.-i! .-Inii'n.  ^^TJ\Rl:!l^���������Ci'!'(l^'. M.tj- 21.���������The nnvv  ili'p.ii'tiiiciit litis pii't.'ii 111." folio-,. i;i������  Ir.ilk'tin : The United Si.Ltc-s srte.r.i.or  rMnnluei'.iic: v Ii.-i-* , lieen esicluri'd In  -Munill.i lo ���������."-���������info: :���������(* thi' Ai-i.itie.- tciu.ul-  rnn. ' ' a  Sax l-'i'.AXCisoo, _\t.iy 2'.1. ��������� Tliu  -Cli.'i"ilesmv,~iri5-Tiowivi*li���������nir l_c*"r���������ivnj���������  to JM.inilln. She- ridjusli'il her c-oin-  pnsi.es nt.-iii c.i-.-ly lio'.ir yi'-Lo:dny ,uul  then passed up the li.iy thieiutrli  Uncooon sti-.tights nnel piisscd I lie  docks on lhe iiortlicirn fronLn^o of the  c-itv.  CaI'i: IIaytien. lilny 2'-). ���������It is rc-  por.ti'd lici-i* fioin n v.-ic;ui'soni-ci'thnl  e-'iiiiion.-idin^ wns lu'.'ti-d olf ilol.tSI.  -���������< i( liuliis to v the iinrtli, c-c.isinp; nt  nii.ht. nnd thnt. iii-iiifj; ������n.s i-esiuued  I'lirly yesti'idny and continui'd until  noon.  Maoi.'lu. Mny 2:5.���������Omit indignation i*. felt here' over the slnle1111.nl  e'onliiini'd in Bl.-iuc-o's lelc^i-uin. thnt  the Ijuilcd Sliii.es M-itrslii|iK hoisteii  Spuiiihh iluj_*i liefore iilt'ickiiiu; Ciiiiin-  tiinniiio. The newi-jinpi-i-f' cniiliiin  viviiKi* iiltncks upon the United Stales.  ii'giil'ditiK tli'- nllet;ed .-iflioii of Uniled  States vessels,  An ofllcinl clispilc-h from lilanc-o  sny*. that tin* United Stales v.niships  shelled forts {,'i:nrdin_c \vnter nppt-oach  to Xuevitas. proviiic-u ot Puerto  Frincipe, on Tliur-dny ni^lit.  MrixTltEAl., ilny 271.���������Outers for n  f.i.-t Atlantic 'service hnve lieen placed  w ith n;uvtlioi-ii,]_j('sliC'r.lcCc).,ol'Ilell)iti-ii  on Tyne. They will hnve n speed ol'  21 knots nnd lie ready bv'May. 1900.  II.-l.il'AX. May 21.���������The jlniiiliuri;-  Ami>ri-.tn liner Pisa, is el-.iclK-iv today.  She lias a thousand C~.ilici.in iiiiini-  graiits tm liu.ird for the northwest.  Vaxl-ouvi:ij. May 2:i.-.I. F. Jic-  L.iuerhlin of Chicago and Monlienl.  cjinin de.ile-r, has eoi-iieic-d the 0.11  maiket fiom -tlnnitoli.i to the c-oast.  ' ToisoNTO. May __5.���������li.ivid Fieelioi-n  and .liise-ph S.il.unas!-.y were drouiiud  here yestei day.  Si'itixorii~Lii. May 2:3.���������Idlw.irel  Bellamy, the aullior of Looking Iinel.-  waul anil Kijti.ilily. and oilier works,  died nt liis home .-il Chicipee Falls at  an .'illy ho.i:- yestei day ti.nrninp:.  arulO!)."  pain won in'i  siipreinacy. :\Mt\ not hy naval vicleirie.  lh.it she laid her "trip on every 1 j 11:11 Idol' lhe glolie, roni-luilc"-. tl'.e Loudon  Spectator. Uven when her power and  we.iltli sepinetl iri-esislihie. vIm-ii the  v.oHd was strewn willi Iter lerriloi-ies,  and the ocean laden with her argosies  and fleets, her real naval power w.is  utterly ir.coiiiii'.eiisur.ite willi the astonishing pretensions whicli it made.  As soon n'."I_iu;l.in(. and Holland laid a  finger on il, her 111:11 iliiiu* empire  ciiuuhleil intoclii-t. The Armada only  i-evealcfl a fact wliich English sailois  had long suspected, and the consciousness of wliith explain. Ut.ike's sublime  coiileiupl for the menaces of Spain���������  the fact 1 lull even nt lhe zenith of.l heir  fame lhe Spaniards had no iii.islery" of  lhe aits by which the *M Is held. Is  Lhcreein i ecoie'l .1 buttle wliich shows  llint _"i.ii_e nud BliiUe'itnd .Tei vis nnd,  Nelson were mislnkcii in their low  estimate of Spanish sunnier.? Can any  of us recall the nauie of .1 Spanish  iiclniiv.il of genius, or of any great  Spanish naval victeuy since Lepanto,  which was won' largely by 7'rene'l ian  crews? IE we look at the liis!ory of  Spain since Llio Arui.idn. we find only  a siici'i-sion of nav.-il dis.i-.teis. a'suc-  ( essicin of triumphs forany slate which  has ventured to grapple with lhe  Spaniards "on the seas. Take the history of lhe sevenleciilli cent niy, nnd  follow I he career ni the Dulch admiral.,  and of the greatest of Nelson's  predeees.-o'.-'s ��������� Blake.' Tako the  eighteenth century, and notice how  even Albeioni null Prit-i'io failed, willi  ���������ill their cliorts, (o resusc itale lhe Heels  of Spain. Take thii modern war in  Chile, and- mark how few antagonists  '"oehr.n-.i* ccnilii* fiucl there  wo: I hv of  *  -* :-v* -' '  Ills steel,    l-.veu   in   lhc(1duys   (it   iier  greatest |>owcr at   s".i.-Spnin  was-110-  Iciriinisly defi.-ient  in  the eapacily of  her sailo:.-, and  since those day-: she  has steadily declined.   Today Spanish  gunnel s and Spanish engineers aie con  fessedly aiiiong  the worst  in   Em ope.  "It. would he little sho) t of-a niiiacle   if  it should I urn on!,  that Spain, v. ilhin  lhe last,   two decades, had  hied n race  of seamen i.ipalile of leioising tlie un-  v.tryiii'j; i-.iisl'urt'ines of the pas'..    It is  when we (-(insider lhe temper and tr.i-  ditiotis  of the"opposing   nations,   far  more  than  when   we study 1 licit-  ru-  .sonices nnd Iheir Heels, thai wi* ro.il-  lK?Tho'vi iT?T[e pro'infiinty'ii war would"  offer even of .1 transient Spanish  vie-  toiy. und how much there* is tojiis'il'y  1 he _Anu������p:c.-ii jieciple's expectation that  from l!ie,bet;inniiit. of the conl est they  would sweep lhe Spaniat'ds  froin the  sea.    Despntches in Erief.  l.iissiii. Gieece. Venezuela and Ilol-  linid have declnicd Iheir neulralily.  Ttoops have oiniinrki'd on Uii'ee.  tr.tnsporls al Han Fiancii'co for llie  Phillippines.  t Al -\Vasliiiigtoii llie officials have no  news of tin* lepni led battle between  the United .Stales and Spanish fleets,  Tlu* Irish local governmenl bill lias  passed the lonimiltee stage in the  Impel inl Coiiini.ui.s.  Tumble is- feared between Great  liiil.iin and I'Y.incc regauling the New  Fouiidl.tiiil ii-hing rights.  Dewey telegraphs lo "Wn'-liington  thai, theie is no chnngein lhe situation  at Manilla.   Tl'.e Matlrassing is All Right. ' ._  Mr.u F. ('. (lanihle inspected the  in.it.tras-ing on (he liver bank Satuiday nnd icpoils Hint theie is no c.-tuse  for alarm. The niallrnssing was  niaile purposely limber, so as lo fill up  lhe ineijunli:ies in I lie lunik and al (he  place wheic danger was feared thai, is  all that' has happened and the in.l-  Irass is doing e\ae I ly what it was in-  Iended it should do. A lill le will be  done on il al once to slieiiglhen it,  now thai it has fallen into place. Mr.  Gamble w ent sou! h ngain this morning  lie will be heie again shortly in c.o:i-  nectioii with the Canyon waggon ro-id  and will n!-o hispid other waggon  xoads iu this 1 iding short ly.  THE QUEERS BIRTHDAY  Loyally   Celebrated iu    Revelstolre Yesterday.���������Beautiful   "vVeathcr and  Lots of Sport.  Yestei day was kept, ns a holiday by  lhe loyal cil iy.eu-. of Kevelsloke with  every variety of spoil, that lhe means  ���������it l.heir disposal would permit. The  weather e.as lovely and added greatly  lo the enjoyment. e>l the day. wliich  was furl her enhanced by the splendid  niii-ic- itiinished by llie Kevelstoke  bras- liaiid, which under Jlr. V.'obh'.-  eap.-.lili! leadeiship has attained great  ex: ulli'iicc and performed a varied and  high class pi ogr.iiiiine with much lasle  nnd precision.  Tha spoils hegan .it R.IK) a. 111.011 (he  grounds ol the Gun ("lull by a mnich  shool. al 20 birds each between two  tennis nt live. The following was Lhe  scoie:  Guy I'm ber...  A. iMaecloiialcl.  -./id winds....  XV. Lawrence.  C. J.   Aman...  . 11  FA While II  ..12 A. llclt.ic  II  . ~i II. A. Blown. .12  .. tl A.O.M. SprnggeV  .. .") G. Abr.ihauisoii H  11 T,2  At JL ii. in. the Fire Brigade conLe-sls  took pUre* o:i Front Street. Only two  events of the pro.craniine weie tariied  out, the 100 yards Knb and Hub-race  and llu; Wet test. Both competitions  were vei y tlo*v and had not ihe In'o 1  ten in lost, the services of Devlin, in  ciinsiiMiiiciicL' of whicli it had to be  reoig.iiii'/.ed and some nnpraclicc cl m n  pi esseil inlo the service, tiie result,  might have been different. Hciwever  >.o. 2 carried oil! both events and  deserve great c: edit for the e.*:celleut  shewing they made, considering lhe  short Lime the brigade has been organ-  i'/.cdr 111 llu* Huh .ind Huh race t.bey  won by a short head and i:i lhe Wet  Test, by 11 3 second. The I Irk alii is  glad Lo se'e (hat a little* he.illhy rivalry  has fuinished Revelstoke wilh lwo  such very sinnrl In ierndes.  After tho Iiie luig..de competition  the nlhli'Lii: spoi Is begun. The following is lhe list of events nnd winners :  Boys ll.ice. Seymour lullicr. Geo.  J1-ues. ,''���������'���������  Boys Ilnec. , Frank Berger: C.1L0  Foriesl.    "  30 y.-.rds, under 32. A. Ilillier. T.  Allan.  30 yards, girls.    V. J'e������. tin. B. Bland.  100 yards, over J2. 11. Fori est. J.  Smythe.  -t.uiding Bong Jiirni>. J. G. Allan,  Oil. C.    .v' IS. .luckson. S ft. 10.  liunning Lons; .lump. .1. Slinn, 1G fl.  0.    P. Dul.mil. 1.1 ft. 0.    '  '22'1 v.u-ds-. ."riuale.ir. .1. Bii ney. K:  I). Johnstone.   ,  100 yards, open. O. Wilson. A J_.  Jackson.  100 yards, amateur. K.D.' Johnstone.  J. Bifliey.  Hop. slep and junnv II, 35. Devlin,  ,H0.3._! 1 .AValker.-fi.H. _     . __,,,_  Obstacle Knee. ���������. llicl.innn. II.  Wnlkiii'.  Three legged race. Smythe and  Devlin.    Slinn and llii-kiium.    *  Pulling shcil, ainaleur. .1. G. Allan,  :j:l.S   It. A, Upper. :.l.1.  Putting shot. open. J.P. Sutherland,  il 1.0.    A. M_I.ni*. H2.-). ,,  '110 yards, open. U. Wilson. T. li.  11. Triylor.  -���������In-owing baseball. .T. G. Allan, 2,'if).  J. McLean. 230.   J. Kd-.'.ivds. 2IR.  everybody    enjoying  the sports   with  great good humor.  The ollicers of the day were T. K. L.  Taylor, president: .I. A. Smilli and S.  .Saunders, sinners; W.M. Brown. J.  I). Graham and 11. A. Perley. judues;  XV. Cowan uud A. McDonald, lime-  keepers; W. G. Pa\ton, secretary.  They are lo be congialnlaleil on the  verv successful issue nf l heir effoi Is lo  furnish .1 good day's spoi t.  DROWNED iNJliE LARDEAU ���������  Further    Particulars   of   the    Death  of  James Reynolds.  The Trout Lake Topic si ves the following details of tlio death or James  Reynolds, leporled in a 1 eeent issue of  the IIkiialij. '-On Saturday last  James Reynolds was drowned in Lardo  river at ,the foot of'L'rout Lake.' It  appeals lh.it he hnd been spearing fish  iu lho river and in some mam.er his  boat came in coiit-ict .vith a sna^. up-  selling iL and hurling him into the  boiling streaiii. The body has not  been iccoVeied -ip io the pi I'sentnnd it  is fcaied tliat all eil'01 Is in that line  will In* unavailable. Tt is reported  that some Indians who were iishintr  lower clown the siren 111 saw the boat  p-iss with the body filiating some  twenty feet behind il/.'elow lhe second  iilTle. but nothing ceit-iin is known as-  to the (ruth of this. The 1111fu~.-l1111.1to  man leaves behind hiin two children  who. nt present, are attending n convent school in Vancouver. Deceased  for a number of years Was a resident  of Nniiriimo when* he wns employetl in  the coal mines adjacent to that city.  Albert Canyon Notes.  Aliickt C___~yo~n. May 23.���������The  Waverly Go. sent several men up the  waggon road today to coiniueiiceeleni-  Two. miner-* came down   from  Waverly mine this morning.  Olio Aboling is in town.  Lhe  hurdle 1 ace.  R.  F.  Tuy I  Upper.  Soy.    Snm.  CI.  Z-'ewmnn.  It. Irwin.  I).  J.  220 y.ud  O. I.l'lu'1'cll.  Fal    men's  nice.  Alton.     ,  Chinamen's rnce.  Old   iiien'v   race.  .Murray.  .Match race.   J. Slinn  Bicycle races:  ' milo open,heals. Bti.Kdwards. ILV  Sc.itL.  ] mile,   under 17.    F. Bi own. Alex  Toombs.  i mile open.    litl.  Kdwards.    II.   X'  Scot I.  .V/iss A. Northey.  FA. Edwards. II.  R.  SI.  Smv-llie.   J.  Ladies.   -1   mile  Mis. Taylor.  One Milo, open.  V. Scott.  Special _}  mile.  Keir.  Horse races:  I mile dash. 1. M. Petlipiece's La:k,  2. Jj.'R. Hull's Diamond.  To render Mr. Allan's kind nlTcr 01 n  keg of heel* available for consumption  a couple of match tennis weie got up  for the tug of war. Tbey consisted of  XV. 0. Bii ney. II. N. Coursier. John  Abrnliniuson, W.F. Gr-ige, W.Sniythe.  I). iMi-C'uigan ami Premier Kelly foi  anchor,and F. L. Lemon. G.Muusford,  J. G. Allen. XX'. Holloway nnd It. A.  Upper. ?.lr. Kellie le'iik a fine boll  around ,-t stump, but he had to come.  The day passed oil veiy pieasanlly,  wilhoiit any  hilclr  or  cntie  temps,  Political Pointers.  Sir. Ward DeBeck is being urged to  stand ns Opposition c-.indiil.-ilu , for  Coinox. iind may consent.  Mr. R. A. Kiiiipton, of Windermere,  is mentioned as a candidate in the  Opposition . interests at lhe coming  provincial elections.   - .    '  W. 11. Gallagher, some time alder-  mnti in Vancouver, where* ho gained  considerable noloiiety in ferreting out  particulais in the police foiee sc.indal  of two years ago, has been selected as  Opposition candidate in Lillooet..  The most amusing featme of the  campaign is the Province boemi of Joe  iMarliii. Joe, whose vory best friends  iu Manitoba never set. him nt'.'itiylhii)^  ITigber llian 11 sninrTpoliticinn,' nnisf  feel ejuile pleased wilh himself as  depicted in the glowing color_ of Mr.  Boslock's young men.  'J'hc Revelstoke opposition caucus is  al its wit's end for fear J. M. Kellie  will not 1 uu again. J. 13. Graham's  business will not permit thnt gentleman Lo ionic out and the time is near  and the choice is getting pretty  skimpy.  The l_i>s_l,i!id opposition convention  v> ill meet on the 2..lh to select a candidate. It is undo!stood i,y the Record  that tlie Itosslaiiil delegates will favor  lhe nominal ion of James Mai Lin.  Q  The Rossland anil Trail voters list  now tiMi lp-s nearly 1100.  The Rnssland Miner' snys that an  eil'01 twill be made to induce A. E.  Fainpiier of New Denver to iun[for  Slocan,  A. \VilIiam~, M. P.P. for Vancouver  city, hns definitely stated to a World  lepoi ter Llml his private business inleiesls will not peimit hiiii to run  again for the local legis:liitnrj.  W. Adams M. P. P. for Cariboo, has  decide.] lo 1 elite from politics in order  lo hnve more lime Lo devote to his  persona! affairs.  W. C. Wells nf P.illisei* is the chosen  cniidiih-.tc for the opposition in -Southeast, Ivoolenny.  If   the   outside:   polling   places   can  maiiiigo it the convention lo nominate  ii candidate cm   the   gov eminent side  I will be held here on Satin day next.  Thos. 1-Vrster, 31. P. P., nnd Hon.  D- W. Ilisrgins are an -ion* to lose no  time. Tliey opened the campaign hy  .1 public ineetin__ at Sooks hi the  I'j'-'i'iiiti.ilt district held List S.ituid.iv.  DISASTROUS  DEFEAT  Believed   to   Have   Been   Sus-,'  tained by the Spanish Fleet  GERMANY   TAKES   A   HAND  And   Attempts   to    Land    Supplies   at  Manilla ��������� Cervera     Hemmed    In ���������  Privateering Proposed in the  Spanish"    -.  Cortes���������Negro Fatally Shot at   Win-" "  nipeg���������The Derby Winner.  Ppecicl to the Hei: ilk.  i_o_.-i.o__. -May 25.���������The Dispatch*says" *;  that Cervera   is believed   to have   di-    -  vieled   the   fleet.    It is leporled   llml  the  Vi'zcny.-i and  Alfonso XIV  have  been dost rey.d.  New Yokk, 3Iav2o.���������It is reporlocl'  that Sampson hasdetc~aled nnd utterly,  destioyed   the   Spnnish   fleet   in   lhe    .  Wind waul    passage.     Sampson   lost    ;.  two ships and   eight   hundred   inen","- ;  killed unci wounded. 'The number "of,  '  tl'.e Spanish   ln*s is   not  stated'.1   No*,  ccmflrmnlion of the report is alt'ordcd...,  by W-Lshington and the truth is1 tlYerei- ~  fore in doubt. * -    ' *, ", J * j '-.  , Wapui.vgto.n-.. 3fay'2!.��������� TlieJ'navy? --'  dep.ii tuient at o':l.. this afternoonl;  posted the-following bulletins :."Tlni -.  department has no renson to believe^ "'  that a halite has occurred in-- th'e"Jy  V.'indWiird passage. The auxiliary-',* ���������:  cruiser St. Louis has cut the c<ibk*_i at;"-..  Santiago de Cuba and S.in Juaii de^,".  Porto Rico. - \ '"  Manila, via Kong Kong, May 21.��������� J  Admiral Dewey has been threateiiecC ',;,]  by the German consul liere,'who Lrieilf * '  lo land foodrsupplies ficun-a German"!}:  ship. Dewey-declined lo permit,it,- *0-  whereupon lhe Consul said "lie" woulelr' ;  force a landing with the nid'_of two'"-^  German Cruisei-snc'W there.. Dewey J" y  replied thai, ho would open fire on ��������� thuj  Gei ir..in vessels llie itioinent they; .at;-,-J  rempted to carry out (he Consul's' ,-'  threat. The liinding has not yet been' y.  niiide. The Germans and Spaniard-.  he<-c act like allies'. -",  .;a.  .  3L\.i3iiiD,   May '21.���������In   the   Oortea\-*V.  Senor Alenas said   that,"in   view-   of,. J  America's   manner  of    making.; wai'^'J  Spain  must   immediately decree, pri-'-  vaLeering in order to  uiterly destroy_. -,  American shipping.   To this  the.min-J  ,  isterof   the inteiioi-   replied thiit'the .- -  government   had   di'libei-iied on' the^ .  maiter nnel had  even  come to certain/.,,'  decisions, . which    would   shortly   be*  made known.       * ." ' .    -  (. )'  ���������    H  \7,  ' Ut  '-U\  'VI  urn  ���������*?*".���������-_?���������  ��������� ' M\  Londox, ?.Iay 25.���������Jeddah  won  tho  Derby yesterday. '  '���������        -   .  Washington-, 3Iay 23.��������� Cerpverii'-s"-  fleet is bottled ti[i in Santiago. His "  escape seems impossible. .    *  - c-  Winnipeg, Mny 23.��������� About S t^clock."'"  0:1     3Ioiid;iy   night   Paul    Brown',' it"  colored man. shot .and   killed Wilber.  B. Burton, another colored man Jin the _.'  western outskirts of the city. - Burton  was   w-idking   with    his   wife, -, when  Blown asked'for money, and on Bui Ion  replying   lhat   he   had'' none.  Brown ":  drew   a   rovolver  nnd   flted.   Brown,  afterwards went to a house of ill-fniiie.'  iti   the:   neigiibotl.ood    and    severely  wotiiided   an   inmate ngineil   Sutton.  Brown is already in  the petiitenliary."  He   was   ni rested   shortly   nTier   tbe,  shooting.   The  preliminaty hearing is '  toinoiiow.  ,vvil  it  The Peachland Settlement.  There   is   gie.it   excitement,  in  the.  Oliiiiing.-in valley at- present over.the.  formation   of   a  new town  known ns-  Pe'iehlanel.   This is 1111 the west side* of ?  Okiuiiigiiu lake, about 30 miles  below  Vernon.   A  lady has   been"   brought  hereftonj some unknown section who,,  piofesses to  hnve siipcrnii.ini.il  power  given her nnd hus  by some means or  other g lini'd the confidence of cerlain -  individuals who hnve gone in search of  their brethren   nnd  biought them  to.  this place.    A number of families from  Biandon.  31 nn.,  havo settled at this  point  for the  purpose of mining   on  ed tain claims which this 'woman  bus  located while in  a trance    Others .no  going to grow peaches on  the prolific*  soil  'vl-ieli lies .aloi.g the sides of tl)er  rockbedded niounlains, which  aie so  common in Biitish Columbia. We join  in   wishing   these   unhappy    victims  every success, but the people of Okana-.  gau   iira  rather   skeptical   as   to  the"  ie*!iilU.���������Bast Kootenav 3Iiuir.  ���������II  U: 1-*  rVJ  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests of  Kevelstoke, Lardeau, Bid Bend, Trout Lake  illecill-W-et, All);rt Canyon, .Ionian  Press and Ka_;iu _*_.__ Diairiuis.  A. JOHNSON Propi'iolo".  G. E. OROGAN Editor.  A Scmi-W-okly Journal, puhllohcd In the  Inter-old ot Re������el_~oi.u and thn s.iirrotiiidiuK  ai-trict, Wednesdays und ciiUiril-.-, inukiuK  lloseat connoctionfl with all Itaina.  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In all cases lhe bonu Ilde iiaiiio  of lha writer mustaccouiEany manuscript, but  cot necc-sarlly for piililicnuui..  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko. 3. C.  NOTICE TO CDRRESPOUDEfKS.  1. AU correspondence must, be legibly  written on ono sido of tlie paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be binned with tl.a pr per namo  of the writer. ...  3. i'orrespondence with referonco to any  tbinc that has appeared in another paper  must flri. be offereo for publication to ibat  paper before it can appear in Tiik IIkrai n.  WEDNESDAY.  MAY  1S9S.  MR. GLADSTONE  There have been few characters  in     the     world',     history    more  remarkable    than     that     which  passed  away  at au  early hour on  Thursday at Ilawarden Castle. For  many month:,   the world has been  in  suspense  while   the announce-  ment bi' tho veteran statesman's  death was daily expected.     But  his    vitality    proved    to    be    as  wonderful as his whole career aud  under   the   stress   of   sufferings  which would long ago have been  'fatal to another man he retained  liis grip ou life with characteristic  tenacity.  Mr.    Gladstone    was    born    in  , Liverpool in ISO!).   He celebrated  his.SStli   birthday last December.  But in his  case age was anything  but dotage.,    Until  a year or Lwo  ago, when the relentless fans:s of  nn  incurable disease  had   tinged  his nature with a sadness that was  hitherto foreign to it, the veteran  statesman,     though    old   enough  to   be    the    grandfather   of _ the  >ounger generation of politicians,  always      preserved     the     happy  audacity     of     youth,   aud    thus  exerted a fascination aud a charm  which   all   men   felt.    Singularly  enough Mr.  Gladstone, who   was  the third son iu a family of six,  died at the same ago as his father,  Sir John Gladstone, who though a  Scotchman, lived most of his life  in Liverpool,  starting there as a  clerk iu a corn merchant's ollice  and by his inexhaustible energy,  absolute self reliance and unbending  will acquiring a place among  the merchant princes of the town,  ���������a    baronetcy    and     a     -.eat    in  parliament.  In age, a= in many other  respects, Mr. Gladstone has broken  rue .record...    He    outlived   Lord  and  despair of his opponents. "There  is no man living," remarked a  naval oflicer mice, "who would  have made so splendid an admirnl  of the old type as Mr. Gladstone if  he had only been ia the navy.  Once let him bo convinced ut the  righteousness of his cause*, and he  would light against any odds, uail  his colors lo iiie must, a ml blow up  the powder magazine rather ib.au  surrender."  Apropos of Mr. Gladstone's  Irecjueiic change ot opinion,  which earned him the title among  opponents nf "the wily old  opportunist," a political arithmetician u.-ed to tell him that he  ought in the liciit.-K of things lo  live to the end of the century.  ������������������For." saiel he, -'you have been 'In  vein's a Tory, '__ years a Whig  Liberal, and only 10 years a  ll.idictil Home Kulor. To luitki-i  the bfJanee even _ ynn havo Ki  years still to serve."  Rut rightly or wroncly.it is as  the most conspicuoii'" Ohrislian of  the age that Mr. Gladstone has  long held his place in the popular  estimation. Since Lord Shu ties-  bury, Mr. Bright and Cardinal  Manning-wei'f" taken away he lias  stood alone. Jn his later years Mr.  Gladstone was the greatest living  pillar and'prop of English orthodoxy. To the average man all  over ihe world it was suflicient  that Gladstone's faith in Christianity and Christian truths remained unshaken. If the Christian  religion, they argued, more or less  logically, was good enough for  this practical man, this ripe  scholar and this great statesman,  ih is good enough for us. The fact  that England's and the world'.,  greatest statesman was an earnest  active Christian,is to thousands of  men more important than the  preachings of all the priests and  ministers in Christendom.  Mistakes undoubtedly the great  leader made nnil he would be more  than human if he had not. There  aro manv counts on which his  critics could not bo replied to. Tho  suddenness of his convulsion to  Home Rule, coming as io clid immediately after Parnell acquired  the balance of power in I he House  of Commons, was sullicienc in  many minds to disprove his  sincerity, though, judged by the  measure of practical politics, his  a nick espousal of the Irish cause  was a wise move. And there* are  upon record numerous instances  where he refused to seize temporary advantages whicli would  have 'necessitated the .sinking of  his conscientious convictions. ">io  man," he once said, "has ever committed suicide so often as 1."   The  SPAINS SIDE.  Montreal   Gtv/.ette : ��������� Senor du  iJosc,   in his   lecturo   at Toronto,  told the story of the Cuban trouble  as Spain   sees   if.   The,historical  pare of his remarks are not new to  those:   who   havo   read.     Cuba is  near to the United States aud rich  and th. re have always been  tlioso  at Washington  who would havo  been  glad   to  acc-niro   it,   if not  peaceably, as Florida and Louisiana, then otherwise, as California  and   New   Mexico,   and    Ari/.onn  were wrenched  from  old  Mexico.  It   is   also true  that   the United  States   has   not    been   always   a  olctisiiut neighbor,    Raiders  from  lier borders,   hnvo  troubled   lucre  ihnn llie Spaniards in  Cuba.    In  Cuba'-caso especially*  there were  two reasons why ihu  revolutionists would receive. U.S. sympathy.  Many read lho Monroe Doctrine lo  mean   that   tliere  should    Le   no  monarchiciiU power on the continent, and so disliked Spain.    Some  thought that independence would  lead to annexation.    Some expected what has happened.    So revolutionists ou the island  always had  sympathy and fteejuently help as  well.   The rebellion gave Sn.iiu n  grievance     against     tho    United  Slates',   raiher   than   the   United  States a grievance against, Spain.  Senor du Bosc has logic  with him  when ho   says  there was  no iust  cause for war afc   the  time it  was  deuliU'ed.    Spain   had ordained a  peaceful revolution in the admin  A~ DOMESTIC STORM.  FRANK BARNARD  Brick and Stone Mason  Chimney bulldinR a specialty. Contracts  promptly attended to. Material furnl-hed  ivhot*.  culled for.      All   work   K'laviiniccd.  First Street,  Revelstoko Station.  IC you want employment, or  looking for a houso to ront when  you reach Vanoouvur apply to  and House  Renting Agency  331,    Uas:lnRa    Ulrcot.    West.  Tfye City Scavenger  -JI. WFUG-HT  Ib prepared to do nil kinds of senvonainft  round town. All order* lutt at Tin: lli:n,\i.ii  otlloo and XV. H. Penso *. Cnmpany's storo  promptly n~.tmdc.cl io. Yards, lanes and  privies cleaned.  lstration of Cuba.    A free parliament had been called into being to  rule over a "~������*1 f governing island.  It met only the other day, for  the  first time.     There  was not  given  time to test it, to sec if it met, the  approval of the majority in Cuba.  Other thitigs deemed necessary to  the   humane  ruling of the island  had been ncquiescerl  in.     In  connection" with  the   Maine disaster,  the   moving    cause   of   the   war,  Spain  had offered   to submit between the two *5(������ts of experts to  the decision   of   an  unprejudiced  outsider.   But time   for   this also  was refu=pd, and hostilities began.  Senor dn Bosc omits  reference  to  some thinits that gave real  cause  I'or U. S.  feeling against Spain, as  U. S.  writers   and   speakers  omit  many   things   that   fro to justify  Spain.   When some U.S. historian  tells the truth about the war with  Spain os tome hnve told the truth  about the war  with Mexico, much  It Was of Brief Duration and Had tha  Usual l~inls.  It was tho broakfasb hour, a, most un-  propltlous season for a domestio storm to  nrlso, beotinse lt makes tho ivholo succeeding ilny dingy or nt best very muoh lesa  eunny than Is desirable Possibly it was  tho coffee), or tbo steak, or tho bnby, or  just tho oid sorpent. in nny ovont tho | The Vancouver Employment  husbnnd and wlfo woro tilling at onen otn- , *     ������"  cr unplonsnntly.  "That's oil right," ho was saying; "you  mny go homo to your mothor, but oven  that might bo ivorso."  "Worse?" sbo ropeated; "you wouldn't  thiuk It wns worse. You would bo glud to  got riel of roe, you horrid tiling I"  "Oh, no, I wouldn't, my donr. Who  would tako caro of tho bnby lt you woro  gone?"  "Much yon euro for the bnby. I bellovo  fou would bo glad to seo tbo dear little  thing in ������ foundling asylum."  "Why do you think thnt o������ mo, my angel?" ho said kindly.  "Becauso 1������ you cared anything for tbo  Iirocious darling you would enro n little  bit for its only inotlior," sbo sniffled.  '"Thnt's so; I hadn't thought o������ thnt,"  ho smiled. "I had ronlly forgottun that  you woro its only mother. How fortunate  thoso othor children must bo wliich havo  several mothers!".  "You aro perfectly horrid 1" sho exclaimed.  "And still I nm your husband. Why  did yon ever solocfc such a ivrotch? I'm'  suro there wero at least ti dozon chaps who  ���������woro as anxious to got you ns I wns."  "Yos," sho said, with truo fominino  pride, "and I wish to goodness I hud taken tbein."  "That would have boon bigamy,  my  dear," ho said, quito horriilcd.  She lookod nt him ilcrcely.  "You understand thtitl mean any one  of thoin," sho explained.  "Thank you. I really didn't think you  cared to tako tho entiro lot."  "You know wall enough that I didn't."  "That's what I thought when I married  yon."  "Well, I don't care what you thought  then or what you think now. I told you  I was going home to my mother, and I  am."  "And as I said beforo, it might bo  worse."  By somo moans hor suspicions, always  moro alort at such times, wero aroused.  "What do you mean?" she asked, oying  him narrowly. - - *  "Nothing, my dear, only that you might  havo determined to bring your mothor  homo to you."  Alter this blow ho felt so comfortnblo  that ho began to mako lovo to her, ond  ���������whon lio left tho houso after broakfast sho  went to tho front door with him, and bo  missed a oar kissing her goodby.���������Xow  York Sun.    ���������  THE JWI_NIJSI<3_ EXCflrMGE  FRONT STREET, Rr'Vr.lLSTOKB  Best $1.00 a day house in town  Tho bar  White labor only.  is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  LUjND & DUFJ.ULT. PFoprietops.      ol. V  PER.K.8, -Mgp,  F. JWeCJ-RTY  ROBERT   FLEjlMJ-G  Is prepared to do nil kinds of  Ligfot Transferring  and  Carting  Will moot all train..   The delivery of parcois  and from trains and to and from any part of  town will receive special attention.  Telephone your ordora to W.M. lriwrenco  and thoy will bo promptly attended to.   ROBERT FLEMING  Tfoe Vernon Soda  Water3 Works . ,  . J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  'jta-Ufactu'O. nf Soda Water. 3IiiRcr  Aio, Saraapiilla and all Soft Prinks.  ', -\ full siiDPlv kept in stock at McCarty's Cold Storage, where orders  cniiboloft.    , a20sw-tf  JWholusalo and Kelail .Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JAUTTO-N- J\m SJllDSJIGE  Fish   and   Game'  in    Season.       Markets   at   itevelstoke;'  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  JAS.' McMAHON  General  Blacksmith  AND "WOOD WORKER.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  '���������������������������mil I'^'Tffj'^"  Paltuerstou by  seven   years  Thiers    by    eight    years.       This  Mihlime procession ot years carries  us back to the davs of Canning, of  >apoleuu and of Wellington.    His  pariimentary career extended over  nearly seventy   years.      For over  forty years he had a leading  part  iu making and unmaking cabinets,  he served his Queen   and couutry  in almost every capacity in  office  and iu opposition, and yet, as was  claimed by an admirer a few years  ago. despite his prolonged i-ojourn  in the malaria  of   political  wirepulling his heart remained  as  the  heart of a   child.     His enemic"���������  who were not few���������believed  that  in his case theinnocer.ceof the dove  was coupled with the wisdom���������-wp  will not. say   the wickedness���������of  the serpent, but if   this   was   the  c������se Mr. Gladstone was only carrying out the advice of ono of   the  most     illustrious      founders     of  Christianity, a man, who like Mr.  Gladstone, underwent a complete  change of ideas at a critical-period  of his career.    It was true of Gladstone,  as of Cleopatra,   that age  could not wither  nor custom stale  his infinite variety._ While in one  sense a man ofione idea, his was a  wonderfully all  rouiid character.  He -could' do more   things better  than any ot   his contemporaries.  And  some    things    he   could   do  supremely    well.       He     was    a  "financier and orator parexcellence.  Ia his extraordinary all roundness  probably lay the  great secret of  his marvellous success, though his  popularity  with   the   m.ts'es was  undoubtedly   due  to ,his   British  pluck.     If   there   is   one ciuality,  whether in sport, politics or everyday life that Englishmen admire  more   than   another   it   is  pluck.  Politics with them is a creat game  and they haye their favorites for  place and power, as they have for  the Derby or St. Leger.    The "Old  "un" could always he depended on  to come to time and display more  vigor  and spirit   than   any combatant  in  the   lists.      His   spirit  rose   with  every obstacle and he  literally   revelled   in   the   sudden  discovery of a host of unexpected  batteries   that    must   be   cleared  before he  reached the goal.    His  splendid conragp.  his marvellous  resource     and    his     indomitable  resolution were ever the envy and  resignation of his scat in Sir  Robert reel's cabinet, not because  he disapproved of the Mayuooih  Grant, but because as he had  once written against it, ho wa-  determined that his advocacy of it  should be purged of the leash taint  nl self-interest", caused Mr. George  Russell to say: " This wa-~ au act  ot Parliamentary Quixoti-iu ton  eccentric to be intelligible*. lt  argued a fastidious ~en**iti"-enes-.  of conscience, and a nice sense of  political propriety so oppo~~fd. to  the sordid selfishness aud unblushing tergiversation of the ordinary  place-hunter as to be almost  offensive."  Few statesmen have made their  influence more felt in Parliament  than Mr. Gladstone. He possessed  the great qualification for inspiring  conviction in others���������an implicit  faith in his owu cause. -He snoke  with all tho authority of a Pope  who fully believed iu his own infill 1 i bi 11 ty.      After lri**-=i-f triisO" is-  speech in ISol. wheu he denounced  the   Reform Bill ns  '-destined  to  that, Senor du Bo=c alleges will  be  admitted     nnd  Cuba will have*,  motherland of i  condemned, bnt  been lost to the  -i people.  The Globe says "tho sceptic of  political power will pass from the  older provinces (o the people of  the west." That dav cannot come  too icon I'or the good of the west.  " A Pnrtlni; Slur.    *  "Holy smoko!" c-~claiiifg~ King Priam  ns ho perceived tbo gigHirJic horso whioh  tho long haired Grcoks had abandoned bo-  foro tho walls o������ Troy. "Yank that whitewashed thing in horo aud hustle it out of  sight. If Helen sees that, she'll bo mad-  dcr'n over at thoso blames Greeks!"  An auroolc of Titian tinted hair bcto-  kenod tho approach of tho imperious beauty Now York Press.  Wagons, heavy and light, built to order or  repaired    Horseshoc-inf. a specialty.  Shop on DoukIis Street, East, Itavelutokc.  S. McMahon, Manager.  Shop on First Street, iust- K-ost of Union  lintel, Hjvolbtoko Station. .las McMnhon,  Manager. ,"   ' a-2-tf  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST  I'rc-ichiiiK  CntJItCH ��������� Kevelstoke.  serviced at ll n.ni. iiatl 7:30  p.m. Clat>3 t"ii.--eliii_ at tho cleoe ot the  mnrnin-j: *-cn*icc. .-o-hh-ath _?chonl and Bible  Class at 2::10 p.m. Weekly prayer mcet-inR  everv Wednesday e-'enini; at 7:110 p.m. The  pub.ic arc cordially invited.   Se-tts. free.  REV. J. A. WOOD, Pastor.  r-nuRcii   of  X-r   Revel-take  ENGLAND���������St. Peter's,  Honr_ ot aorviee: Evening  prayer d.illv at 7> o'clock. Fridays at r-.~0.  -".undayr. and Fesiiv _l_: Holy Communion n. S  a.m.. morning prayer, at 11. Sunday School  f������nd 31hlo Ola-is at 'J:*11. evecinp; pr*y������-r p.t T.rrf".  First, Sunday in thu month Holy Communion  at morcun;. service?.  FKASK A. FORD, Vicar.  break up the foundations of social  order," a member immediately  i-n=e and walked across from the  Whig to the Tory t-irieoE the Hou-e  amid loud acclamations. A public  man who heard it ������aid: '"Most of  the "-peakers ro*~e above their usual level, bud when Mr. Gladstone  ~=at down we all felt that nu epoch  in onr lives had occurred." Such  was the marvellous power of his  oratory*  " Xo fitting nietft wand hath To-(Uy  Kor measuring spirits of thy suit nre ���������  Only the future c.-ui t-C'icli up to lay  The laurel on that lofty nature���������  n.ird. who wilh tome diviner arl.  11ns lunched the bard's true lyr?, it  nation's heart."  . "D3F_SB~~TEKIA~* CHGP.CH���������P.eyc"stcke.  j -~-~"~^.-vir.-.r_ee~~irj_STinnay-xa'_-Ji-a>in-r-������_nrl--r^~-  ���������p.n. Bin o Clu. "it, 2-5) p.m., to .vhich  l all ftre wclr-on-.c. Pr.-iyer n_eetlng at s p.m.  \ every Wednesday.  RKV. ?. T). MUIR, Pastor.  UOMAX   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revel  IA   ..to".,*.     M,i_*-   flrel and third Sundays in  month at lOSi. a r"'-  REV.  FATHER TU AY Kit.  IMP  B^HK  OF CANADA  Htead Ofnec,  Paid Up Capital  Reserve     -   -   -  Toronto  $2,000,000  -    1,200,000  UN/TED STA TES  AND ENGLAND.  The leading English papers in  commenting on the speech of the  i'.t Hon Joseph Chamberlain, .on  May 115, are unanimously ofopinioii  that the present opportunity of  establi-hing an. Anglo Saxon Alliance .should not, be let slip, the  Times says "fs is almost a foregone conclusion that the opportunity should be seized of establishing permanent relations of  amity and something more with  the 'United States."' The Daily'  Chronicle declares ifc "a brave and  historic plea for an Anglo Snxon  Alliance." Tlie Daily new** thinks  the speech "a strona signal.". The  Standard state--, "Tliere is not the  smallest reason to -impose flint his  convictions an* not, -*harcd by  everv member of the Cabin:1 r," hut  the Mornintr Post "doubts whether  this opened inoulli diplomacy will  suit Lord Salisbury's ,'it-r.uigc.-  ments at n moment when Spain  and America, are involved in a  contest in which we are neutral,"  That there is a verv strong  feeling among'-tthe Engli-h people  in favor of an alliance lictewn  that country and tl'.e Unbe'd  States is e.erlsiin and the iiiipi'i-s-  sion grows that*"Oitie steps in that  direction will hnve sooner or lat.-r  to be taken if Kngland is to hold  her own against the already too  jealous powers of Europe.  Directors -.  II. S. flowlancl,  President  T.R.M-rritt. Vice Pre s.. I Si. Catharines)  William K-.m.say, Koliert JatTrav,  Hugh Ky.an,   T.  Sutherland Stnyner  lSliiu. Knger-.  D. R. Wilkic. General Manager.  Eranchos  North West unci British Ceilumiii..  I~r._ndon     IPortage la.        iVar.cnuvei  Calgary      j Prairie. Winnipeg  Edmonton !Prince Albert jRereUloke  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  Essex Niagara Palls   iSt. 1 hoina*  Fergus    .   Port Colborne iTorcmto  Gall. Rae Portage;       Wella-nd  tngeraoll    Hniilt.St. Alaric vVooelstock  St, Catharines i  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   f'reat   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,   I_tcl., 72 Lombard St.,   Lonelon,  with whom money may be deposited  for  I.raiiffpr  by letter or cable Lo  of above branches.  A-rent's in the Unitt-d States���������Xeiv  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, i-'irst National  Bank:  HI, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of ij!l and upwards received ar.d  interest allowed.  Debentures - - Provincial, Municipal  anel other ileiientuicis ..urc'luised.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available, at. all points 'in Canada, United  Kingdom. Uniled Kl._t.nn, Europe;,  Ind'..., China., Japan, AuMU.ilia., New  Zealai'd. ct,-:  Gold   Pinch,! -ed  Thl'i Hank Issues Spcoin.1 T'cceipts  ivlilcli iv III bo ticcoun'_il I'm' ciLnnv oi'  t!-.r* Huclso-.'*; &iy C <.'.-;, Po_-.'.t; In tho  Yukon auk rioi'th.inn r;>_.t:'ii__'_.  A- R. Ii. EEAKN.  Manajror Rcvolstokc Brar, uh  Enjoyed It. '  "I do so enjoy being at sca.aivay out of  sight of land!" said the ingenuo.  "It is romantic, "acsented tho soubretto.'  "I hadn't thought of that. But when I  look all around and seo tho horizon nt the  samo distanco overywhoro, thero comes  over me a delightful sensation of occupying tho center of thostago."���������Indianapolis  Journal.       The Real Difficulty.  "Tho troublo with you," said Mr. Ruff-  edge's wifo after a warm dobato, "is that  you aro a confirmed dyspeptic."  "No, my dear," was the answer. "That's  not correct. The troublo with mo Is that  I am a contradicted dyspeptic."���������Washington Star. ���������"----"    ,  Thu Worat.  Doctor���������Are you prepared for tho worst?  ���������-_~a_iei__-(t_o_ibiiiig)���������Why .-doctor?-^���������  Doctor���������I fear you cannot recover.  Patient (breathing easier)���������-Oh,'is that  all? I feared for a momont that you^ero  about to present your bill.���������New York  Journal.   Why Ho StUl "Lived.  Mrs. Xewlyspliced (with ovident Bur-  prise)���������Aren't you tho very man I gave  somo cake to only two days ago?  J-erambulating Pete (in explanation)���������  Yes'rn. Y'seo, I didn't eat it.���������Brooklyn  Eagle.   A Dramatic __piaode.  "The outgoing tour," Mr. Barnes Tomer  explained, with his usual cheerfulness under tlio usual circumstances, "was beaded  by mo, and th. return trip was footed.by  everybody."���������Indianapolis Jcurnul.   .  \  -Morn Likely.  Minlnh Siniff���������Yes, sab, gommen, I  rao*.' fiholy cut an swful dash I  Mistah Moso���������Yo' means "gash," don't  yo', niggah?���������New York Sundeiy Journal.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  -������������������ Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR SPOT CASH  Call and seo us. We can Dx you ,  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Rovelstoko Station, B. C.  The   largest hotel   in  town.        Centrally, "located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   aDd   Cigars  Best    accommodation. Eates    SI     per     day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Table    furnished' with'  the choicest the market  Wines '  Large light bed rooms."  n fiords.      Best  Liquors     and      Cigars  Hates ' $1.00 a  das-.      Monthly  race.     "  ���������J. ALBERT STONE. Proprietor.  k; mn-Dt*iBt>  -Wholesale  and Be tail  Druggistj Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  "22-tf  Doops  SasU  Turnings   ' ���������  .Mouldings  TRY THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw &; Planing' Mills  Revelstoke Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tlie Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle    iind  always for  ..Freighting  ,. specially.  Pack    Horses  hire.  iind   Teaming   a  EVELSTOKE  Xo, Indeed 1  Mrs. Grayhalr���������When I am in tho silent  toinii���������  Mr. Grayhalr���������It won't bo yourifault,  dear.���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  B_aeksn~u-]-._-__-> Jobbinc  Plumbing:.   Pipe Fittiner  Tinsmithine  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty.���������-_*������.  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning til. 7 o'clock,  .for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG to HILLMAN, TiioaisoN'sLAxniNO.  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one of those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  ' Dont wait ��������� till tho boom hits the  town in the spring like a cyclone,  but BUV NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  -  J Sole Agents.  Itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Hoom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs,  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pine  Wood for pule. Any person ree-uiring  wcind will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. AV. M. Lawrence, Iteqelstoke  Slaliciii, or with II. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Itevelstoke.  17nlf FRANK JULIAN.  C. fe. JWaclean  ARCHITECT.  and BUILDER  Katlmatcs furnished. Plans Rnd speci-  ficatlons made. Am also prepared to do  Bhop and job work on lho Bhortc6t  notion. HatlRfnctlon ptiiarantoeil iu  every caso.   Oall or write for tcrmn.  The  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imperial DnDk.  -Workmanship Guaranteed  ,���������       Terms Cash  Main Street  Revelstoke  Grandpn���������",V_H, ill-Mo lndy, tvill you glvs  no a look of that prtcty hair of yours?  Marjory���������Yos, grandpa, but���������hcaitat-  1di;���������I don't Jink ono lock would Jfc������  enough, woul*" it?������e-_?unoh. ._..*'..  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  ln Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Strket ��������� Rf.v'~-i_~toke  W. GL.BIR-NEY  PJlINTER and  , DECORATOR.  First Street Fast, Revelstoke Station  Graining:, Pa.per Hanging,  Hard Wood Finishing, House  Painting in all Brandies,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Etc.  Pioneep  Stopes  Kof Ferguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Go.  GENERAL MERCHANTS ..  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.' ,|  Everything to be found in a general store,  Pobt Oftlctt In connection.  If You .Have a  Mm to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to huy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow.wi ite at once to  -JJUAES   L.   FORD   &  CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  No. 0 Mill St., between Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  At our TEN'-MILE }'RAN"Cn Horo  Powder, Caps. Fu*-s, Coal, Steel,  and all Miners' and Pro i-p-etots' Supplies are-  kept on li.-nd  Be Sure and register at the       ������  BJILMORJIL HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.        T  The table is nrovidi-d with thn hest  the  iiiark**t aiTmds.     Rales   I'roni  $2  in S3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,  ���������  Proprietors.  J **rfL  Death   Game at 5 O'clock  This  Morning  Spain   has  Another*   Fleet   l^eady  pop  Sea  DALTON M'CARTHY'S  DEATH  THE DARK SHADOW  COM MOMS  OVER THE  Winnipkci, May 20.���������In theCiitholic  and Anglican churn lies here yesterday  ut the Ascension Day services, eulogistic reference was made to the  inemorv oi the late Right lion. W. E.  Glanstone. Flag-* are nt halt mast on  all the public buildings and on "many  business places and private residences.  THEATRE UURNT DOWN  Rat   Pohtaoe,   May  20,���������A  very  . disastrous lire occurred herelastnigbt,  having as its origin thei Uilliard House.  theatre.   Farley's Opera Company had  been plaving "She," and the -audience  disnersed at 23:15 and at :_:_:.-(_ an alarm  of lire was raised���������almost instantly the  whole    building   was     enveloped   in  ���������_-, j t..        rpy,~���������i.~r.  tibo    llame.   Those who had rooms in tho  Hemmed In ��������� Theatre Des-, fi.ont. p.irt of tluj i,,,-^,,^ escaped, but  i with the loss of their personal effects.  I Th������ opera troupe lost the  whole of  ' their baggage, costumes, etc.    The (ire  rapidly extended to the* Golden  Restaurant and the oflice of D. N.  Currie,  insuruice agent and tax  collector,  on.  North side of Second Street resulting  in   the-  total    eiestriiction    of    both  buildings.  The premises o������ Gardner & Co.  and  Two   United States  Warships  Fifed on by Batteries  SPAIN OUTFITTING ANOTHER  SQUADRON  o  Cervera's Fleet Near Fort Limo  ���������Sampson Has the   Enemy  troyed at Rat Portage  ISIM-CI.-XTO   THK HERALDl  Washington. Mav 30.���������Ib is positively certain that the Oregon is wife.  This announcement is oilicial, but the  exact locality of "the vessel is not  sLated.  The  Governor-Generil   of    Porto j ^orgeDrewi-yon tho^ stimoside of the  Rico has issued a proclani ition stating  sLreet were slightly damaged,  ,tii'iaasTi result of'thebonib.irdiiient of I " A lodger in the opera house block is  the forts at San Juan bv it portion of i missing.  Rear Admiral Sampson'.- il**et on May  _2,  cicrht soldiers weie killed aucl HI  woiinded.      If,  also   stntes  Ibal  two  cuns weie dismouhtpd at Morro .Castle  but. t.h.-ir,otherwise little damage was  done, and the fort*: sust lined very,  l.iit tie damage. In the town one shot;  ?.ii'netiated'the palace and'the corner I  [ elf I he powder house was carried away, j  f The Spanish   transport  Alfonso  131  and   a  Spanish   freight   ������tciitiiev   are j  Jkniiich rlamaged by  tbo   United Stale's  [ship's lire.  Colon. C0I.UMH1A. May li)���������There  r-is a itinior her'* todav that, it, i*. uossi-  1 Wc that the Spanish squall on will  | touch at this port.  THE CADIZ FLEET  Giiuialtak. May 19.���������Five first class  Fl*a1tteships and tin* auxiliary cruisers  I Ornisero. Rapido. Alidionsn 13. Buenos  lAyres anei Antonio Coposa. wil b three  Ftorpedo boats, are now afc Cad z. and  ' ready for sea. -They aie expected to  sail for the Philippines berorrt the end  iof the. month and will carry eleven  ^thousand troops. ���������  CONDENSED Dl~Sl~ATCIIl~3.  WiNNirTiG. May 10.��������� The United  I^Sfntes cruiser Oregon i*. reported safe.  The Cape Verde* fleet is expected to  \toucli at Colon Columbia.  ' lhe Spanish ileet is reported as  ' ready io sail for the Philippines.  A cyclone in Wisconsiii'caused much  1 damage.      Seventeen     people    were  killed and fifty injured.  Thp relations  between Canada and  Pthe United States was discussed   last  . night in the Ilouse of Commons.  "Arhill toproyide for the Government  ���������of the Yukon was introduced in the  Senate.  The United   States   revenue cutter  Gresham   has been sunk  in   the   St.  f Lawrence.  "Bismarck    condemns   the    United  States war policy and thinks an Anglo  | Spxon alliance improbable.  The relations ol" Canada with- the  United States   was discussed   in   the  i House of Commons and wtus introduced hy Charlton raising the question  ���������of Barnahe; nothing-resulted.  HarwAhden. Mav lil.���������The Right,  Hon. Wm. Ewart Gladstone died at 5  o'clock this morning. For some time  ���������prior to his death the right lion, gentleman hael been in a state of partial  ���������unconsciousness, although from time  to time he appeared to recognize for a  moment or two the faces of some of  the watchers around him. Mrs. Gladstone never left, his side, except when  the phvsician prevailed on her to take  'a,short rest. Occasionally the dying  statesman muttered a few incoherent  words, hut the attendants were unable  to catch thoir import. It was a great  consolation that in the death struggle  there was no actual suffering.  At 4 o'clock this morning the impression gained ground with the watchers  at the Castle pates, that this being  the hour when life with the strongest  is at its lowest ebb, that the end was  near, and that the greatest statesman  ot our century .was on the brink of the  grave. ,v *  All the family were assembled in a  ' room near the sick chamber. The frail  worn wife affectionately clasning the*  beloved hand.'remembering even, at  this dread hour that it was tbe morn-  inc of Ascension dav���������a notable feast  *nf the Chinch of England which he  I "Wed so well���������anil that if still conscious its recurrence could not fail to  lie: recalled to his mind, and then  ���������jzntlieting nround the wife so soon to  *ie bereaved and silentlyatleniptingto  ���������soothe and support her in her supreme  liour of desolation were Helen Glad-  i -stone, Herbert and Henry Gladstone,  ��������� Mrs.   Drew.     Mrs.   Wickh.-im.    Mrs-  Ileni'v Gladstone,   Doctors Hybershol  and Bliss an'- two faithlul nurses.   All  ���������wove   terribly    nift-cled.    and    after  ���������watching   until     early   (lawn,   ovcry  Tnoiiitttit of which bid   fair   to   be;  the  last, 'ho venerable   i-tntestiian   p-issnl  .-away at five "'circle, thus  closine   tin*  ���������cnrrec.r of   on������_   of   tbe   most  notable  Tjives in the history of hi"   country or  ���������vi the world.  SAKE AltRlVAIj. -  Madrid, May. 20.���������Midnight, via  Paris)���������The Spanish ������������������quiidrnn arrived  at Santiago eie Cuba without'accident.  INTENSE EXCITEMENT  A direct message from Santiago du  Onha confirms lhe report of the* safe  arrival of the Spanish squadron there.  The despatch stales that the event  caused intense excitement,  HEAVY FIRING  Kingston, Jamaica, May -20.���������Two  United Stales war.-hips, whose names  cculd not bf made out from the shore,  appeared olf Santiago dp Oub.i, yesterday,.the stcnniPr Adelaid" being atihe  lime in the harbor with r L'ligues'froin  that point. They approached and  drew the lire of the butteries at tbe  harbor entrance. It is not crtain if  the warships replied to iiie lire, but  heavy firing occurred for'over.-in hour.  Spniu is actively protecting ber  seaports in - Canary and Balelnc  Islands.  A ��������� Madrid despatch reports thp  homburdment without, damage of  Santiago de Cuba.  A despatch from Panama reports  the Cerveras fleet to lie near. Poit  Limo coa������t.  There are now 21,000 volunteers at  Chickamauga Camp.  Spain has organized, another Fciu.id-  ron consisting ot one'line of battleship, five cruisers and three torpedo  boat destroyers. Tbey are also organizing a rescue squadron.  SANTIAGO BO~.II"jVI~n~~_D  A despatch'from Havana states that  Santiago de Cuba has been bombarded  but that no great damage has been  done.  HEMMED IN  Winnipeg, May 20.���������A despatch  from Washington savs that Sampson  is now in a position to be regularly  and frequently informed of the movements of the enemy, and that the  Spanish Admiral is now, or - will be  immediately cut oft", and unable lo  return in any direction with safety.  BLOCKADE MAINTAINED  Ad mini I Dewpy is maintaining an  effectual blockade of Manila."  The Spanish fleet js reported to have  arrived at Santiago de Cuba.  TE1.EGRAA1HC NOTES     ,  Arthur Balfour is seriously ill.  Premier Laurier is confined to his  room.  ' Gladstone's last word was  'Amen.'  The now Spanish cabinet take oflice  today.  A tenitic cyclone bus caused immense loss of life in Wisconsin, Iowa  and Illinois.  Australia sympathizes with the  United States and favors au Anglo  Saxon alliance.  Godfrey's great band will be in  Winnipeg on '.lune 7th, Sth and Oth.  A LANDSLIDE  On the Crow's Nest Railway���������One Man  Killed���������Three Missing  Bull He.vd Prairie, C. N. P.,,iB. C.  ���������(Special)���������There has been a serious  accident and loss of life early this  morning (Sunday) at Messrs.JBeiming-  hiini aud Godfrey's cutting, one and a  half tidies west of Bullhead, through a  landslide: one man being taKen out  dead and fenrtiilly crushed, and three  more are missing, with very little hope  of tlieirbeing aljve. This is the second f.-ilalaccident, this week. Within  the last few days diphtheria has also  broken out here; there were seven  cases in the hospital, but all were  progressing favorably. Sickness is  very prevalent and there is difficulty  in cibtuin'mg medicine* here, although  th������ men have.* to pay h.-ilf a dollar per  month for tnedi'-a! at.ti-nilaiic'-.  Tbo Cleveland Ric-yeic; Co. haw  secured lbe agency for siippl. ing the  Toronto police force.  Memorials to Rome���������Sir Charles As a  Witness���������A Diun,n.ond Ycrn Con  tradicted  (Special Corrcujioiulcna:)  Ottawa, May 10.���������"Whnt shadows  wuare und what shadows we pursue,"  These words ot Bui ke have often been  quoted in the Canadian House of  Commons hclimi toir diaries Tupper  used ilium on seconding the motion lo  adjourn last Wednesday evening on  lho occasion of the: cleiiliiof Mr. Dal-  ijtin McCarthy. I_.s_ than a week  before Sir Wilfrid l_iiurie_r announced  lliu snd news, the lender of lliu iMc-  Ciirlliyile party was In his place in  tliu front row on Ilm Govei niiii.'ul .idiot llie Chiim bur. Usually busy, unci  always alert, and quick in hit, movement-;. Mr. McCarthy appeared lo lie  uiilainiliar with physical infirmity. It  was bard lo realize that thu man who  hail on so many occasions stirred the  Chamber wilh wild excitement .should  now be silunt lorcv.r, A runaway  horse, a fall on the Toronto pavement,  three days of unconsciousness, unci  lhen came tin* solemn tones of Sir  Wilfrid asking the House lo stipend  business tor the day on account of the  death of ono of tlieir most distinguished and respected cumiades. "He  occupied nn important place in thu  House und in the country,? said tlie  premier. Sir Chailes Tupper, who  spoke with feeling, repeated the words  with whicli this letter begins, and  added thai, the fatal event at Toronto  had deprived Lhe legal profession of  one of its most, distinguished men.  Clarke; Wallace testified to the great  earnestness and sincerity of the������de*  parted statesman. Two months  elapsed between the railway accident  whicli killed Mr. Dupont and thu  street accident which caused the death  of Mr. McCarthy. Tliey were both  influential and independent, and were  interested in the same question from  exactly opposite points of view.' The  more eminent man ot the two has of  late been almost a silent member of  Parliament, but he had by no means  ruiired from active participation in  politics, lie wiis known to be biding  hsitime. anel watching tho trend eif  public affairs, wilh the full determination lo take up hi., political work once  more when the occasion came. ~ Meanwhile lie was carrying on a larger and  more lucrative law practice than any  olhei' Canadian barrister.  AlVEALS TO ROME  The debate which the death   of  Mr.  McCarthy interrupted, was   one   that  might, have calied him to his feet had  ib taken pl'irp a wpcK eatlicr.     It   began   willi    .Mr.   McUougall,  of  Cape  Breton, who after explaining that on  a previous session Mr. Tarte' had read  in the   lfnuse   the   complaints   of the  Roman Catholic'member- to lhe  Pope'  against the Canadian   Bishop's, stated  that the Government,   had   not   been  tair enough to    produce the reply to  | that memorial,    -For this icison  Mr.  McDoug.-ill thought it his duty to sup-  nly the omission, and to read.thePope's  Encyclical   letter   on     the   Manitoba  school  question.        Mr.  Bergeion'followed   with   another .contribution-in  the form of a memorial signed   bv Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, and printed-at Rome  for use in the appeal to   the   Vatican.  In this memorial, which is new to the  people of Canada,   the   premier   con-  lends that the Manitoba settlement is'  more   advantageous    to   the   Roman  Catholics than the Remedial bill woulel  have been.       He explains    that the  policy of the Liberal party is   so satisfactory tn the church  in   Canada that  out. of (Mi Roman Catholic members of  tha House, 15 are   supporters   of   the  Laurier Government.     The memorial  is clearly not intended   for  Canadian  readers,    and    its   production in the  house appeared to   be   i ather   embarrassing to the premier   whoo declared  that he did not send the document to  Roire though he admitted that it had  been transmitted by "a friendly hand.''  The Premier accused^ Mr._ Bergeron of  "giving-Urerchui'clr-~a"kic<rbf~Judas" by  furnishing Mr. Clarke Wallace with  a  text for a no-popery speech.   Mr. Bergeron replied that,   the   name  of   the  Great Betiaver was more appropriate  to the political   leader  who   told   the  church one  thing one   day - and   told  those who were resisting   the church  the opposite thing the   next   day.    "I  never saw a man so religious" says Mr.  Bergeron "as a Grit   politician   when  he is in trouble." Mr.  Wallace had his  own comments to make on the appeal.*  which the   ministers   are making 'to  Rome, to forward the settlement of a  question that they claim to be settled  already.   He charged thattheGovein-  mpiit lind sent five or six delegations  to  Romp   including    the   mission  of  Charles Russell, whom   the   ministers  professed to have  employed   in their  private capacity, but who   in   a little  over a year had sent in bills'for $12,000  for services as solicitor for Canada in  England, '  THE DRUMMOND INquiUY  i, During the lust ten days this investigation has attracted a good deal of  attention. More than ��������� a week ago  Mr. Farwell, the former president of  tbe Drummond Company, gave some  testimony, which with the color given  to it in the Government press, was  made the occasion of severe reflections  on the Librral Conservative leaders.  Mr. Farwell stated that he "had an  impression" that he had onee seen in  the hands of Rnfus Pope.M.P., a letter  for Sir Chailes Tupper, stating that  the latter would be. favoiahle to the  purchase of the railway by the Government. It did not ret]uire an unusual exeicise of imagination on the  nart of some writers to produce despatches to the press stating that a  1,'tter from Sir Charles Tupper had  otrered to pm chase the railway for  two and a half millions, or a much  larger sum than Mr. Blair proposed to  pay. As soon as the Halifax Chronicle  and St. John Telegraph containing the  report reached the capital, Sir Charles  Tupper moved theadjournmentof the  Houso in order to have opportunity to  contradict tbe statement. a Sir Charles  appeared at lbe next meetinc of the  committee and asked lo be called as a  witness. Then lie ti'otified on oath  that he had writ t������n no letter to Mr.  Popr, nor anyone .'1=-p, in reference lo  the purchase"of the. Drummond line.  Neither had Sir Ch-irles or, any irov-  ernmentof *\hich he hud ben a member at anytime entertained or even  considered' the purchase of the railway.  This  evidence   was followed by  tlie  sworn testimony of Mr. Pope that  he bad never heen nor shown a letter  from Sir Charles Tupper or any member of Lbe lulu Government,ptopasing,  fuggestint. or referring to ihu purchase of the iiiilivay. Lastly came lo  lhe stand Mr. Haggat't, ex-minister of  railways, who swore thnt no scheme  or suggestion of purchase over caiiie  befoiul.be Government. By this lime  lhe sloiy of lhe proposed purchase by  I he old Government was prulty well  demolished.  THE WASHINGTON Ol.' THE N011TII  Not long ago Sir Wild id Linner  told the people uf Ottawa llint he  intended In do whnl ha could to make  their city "the Washington of the  North." Tho I'l'cmii'f linn enlisted this  services of Mr, Tarte. Mention was  made th" othei' day of thu jjilO.OUGO job  I'or pavement nnd asphalt walks about  Parliament. XIIII. Lust week thn committee of supply considered an item of  ftl.nUU, which is pint of a proposed  expenditure of $1-1,000 for a "-tone  fence with an iron lop to il, which  Mr. Tarte is creeling al ono end of  Major Hill Pink. The minister bad lo  meet thn opposition of Mr. Monk, of  Montreal, who says that the* money is  worse than wasted, ns all the other  towns are tearing down the enclosures  around the public: parks. He was alfo  resisted by Mr. Davin. who says that  the fence is a "hybrid monstrosity"  and an offence to the eye. Mr. Foster  also objects that Mr. Tarte. in .tend of  put tine- the* work up to public competition, carries it forwaid in'a most  expensive way by days' work. The  part constriicled last year cost $5 pet-  foot.. Mr. Tarte was obliged lo bold  the item over. But, he divided the  committee nerainst the proposition to  rpchicp to iji0,.-00 his appropriation of  $10,000 for a new greenhouse. Members who had experience in such matters maintained thot thn smaller sum  would' be suflicient. lint Mr. Tarte  curried his item by a majority of six.  Two patrons voted against him, and  Mr. McMullen so far condemned his  leaders as to sny that he. would have  voted with the opposition had he been  in the chamber.  ANOTHER SNUG RILL  Another interesting ilein of expenditure is that of $12,000 costs of political prosecutions in Manitoba. Those  trials were*, instituted by Mr. Sift-in as  Attorney-Geiipral nf Manitoba. When  he ciime into the Dominion Government, Mr. Siflon induced the department of Justice to provide the money  to pay his legal friends in Alanitoba",  who were ongaered in prosecuting Con-  sprvativps for alleged ballot box frauds  Tbo result was, that of nineteen persons arrested only one was convicted,  be beincr an official who is reported to  have tried to levy blackmail on llie  Conservatives. -The Manilob i Conservatives are ' not breaking their  hearts about this conviction, but thu  tax payers may have their own opinions about, the paymenc'of this $12,000  to Mr. Sifton's ten or twelve lawyer  friends.  VARIOUS THINGS  On the second reading ��������� of the fast  line steamship amendment. Sir Chas.  Tupper reminded the Government  that if the contract made hy the late  ministry had not been cancelled, the  ships would have been on the route  the first day of >' this month. Sir  Charles says that, this would have  bi*i*n a'great year to start the service.  The war betwepn* the United States  and Spain would have given the Canadian line a magnificent boom,    -  The Premier had a- caucus of his  party called la=t Thursday. It was  convened for the purpose of getting  the opinions of members on Yukon  railways. The sense of tbe meeting  was against any more Yukon for this  session, but the matter was deferred  to another meeting.  The Postmaster-General has slightly  amended his postage .bill. By the  fiist plan, no postage was to be paid  on papers delivered within ton miles ol  the place of publication. The amended bill makes this exemption apply to  no capers published oftener than  weekly.  The pulilic announcement of Lord  Aberdeen's departure in the early  "autumn" was made~on_Saturday.-~���������The  Governor-General's term has not quite  expired but he has asked for his recall for domestic reasons.  The Public Accounts Committee has  telegraphed to Colonel Domville, who  is at Vancouver that it would like him  to como and explain about that $!-l(>0.  IE he cannot come the matter will he  postponed to next session to give him  a chance to testify.  MYSTERY OP THE SEA  KLONDIKE RUSH;  STORY  IN  OF   A  GHOSTLY   MESSENGER  A GREEN   SOU'WESTER.  IIo vi- Captain Benncr Cauie Vory Near  Koinc Put Iu Irom by HIh Crow For  Chu-KliiC tho Ship's Coin-no���������Tlio Pour  Shlpwrrjoke- Men In ������ Horn,  At a dinner iu Creole lodgings, in  -familial, Komo threo years ago, thu conversation turnod upon lho tmbjuct of  (.hosts uud apparitions. A porson prea-  i'nt quoted tho words of Professor Proctor, "Thoro may boKciinii ineniiuof com-  niuniculioii, under special coudititiun,  botwoon mind and mind ut a di.-itnnco,  though no ouo mny bo ablo to uxplnia  how such coninuiuicntion i.s brought  about." Ono of tlio guests prcsont liuido  ii roforouco to a tulo of a mysterious apparition at .sen, adding:  "If you ovor mcjot Cnptain Blank of  tho Blank liuo, ask him to toll the  story. Tho incidents hnpponod to a rola-  tivo of his. IIo can tell them better than  1 and will vouch for thoir truth.''  A fow days ago Captain Blank was  found ou board his steamer. lie is not  only a skillful seaman and navigator,  hut also a vory courteous gentleman.  Although about to sail, ho took tiuio to  toll tho following:  In tbo early thirties Captain Benncr,  grandnnclo of tho narrator, conunauded  the brig Mohawk of New York, then  engaged in tho Wost Indian trade. After  leaving St. Thomas/her last port of  call ou ono voyage, tho brig was steor-  ing a uorthwoslerly course, homeward  bound, beating up under short canvas  against high wiuds and heavy .sens following in tho wako of a hurricane which  had ti-aver._cd tho tropics live or six days  before. Her caplaiu, who had been  some hours ou deck, wont below at midnight aftor directing the first oflicor,  who was on watch, to keep tho course  then steered and to call him in case of  any change for the -worse in the weather.  IIo lay down upou a sofa iu tho main  cabin, but, as tho trig's boll struck  twico, becamo conscious of tho figure of  a man, woaring n green sou'wester,'  standing beside him iu tho dim light of  tho cabin lamp. Theu ho hoard the  wlire's:   ,  "Chango your course to sou'wost,  captain."*  Captain Banner got up aud went on  deck, whero ho found tbat tho weather  had moderated nnd that tho* brig wns  carrying mora Fail and making better  headway. - Ho asked tho mate on duty  why ho had Edit down to call him, to  which that oflicer replied that ho had  not dono so. The captain, fancying that  ho had been dreaming, went back to tha  cabiu, but was disturbed soon again by  a second visit from the man in tho  green sou'wester, who repeated his previous order and vanished up the coin-  punionwuy. Tho captain, now thoroughly aroused, jumpetV'up and pursued the  retreating figure, hut saw no one until  ho met the mute ou watoh, who insistod  that he had not sent any messenger be-,  low. '-  ��������� Mystified and perplexed, Captain  Benuor returned to the cabin, ouly to  see his singular visitor reappear, to  hear him repeat tho order to chango the  courso to sou'wost, with the warning,  "If you-douot. it will soon he too late,'!  and to see him disappear as beforo.  Although u cool headed seaman, fairly proof against superstitions, the cap--  tain was nevertheless deeply impressed  by those happonings and dotermined to  see ~,yhafc meaning was hidden in the order of his midnight visitor. Going on  dock, ho gave tho necessary orders for  tho chango in the ship's course to southwest. Tho officers of the brig wero not  ouly surprised but also indignant at  this sudden and, to _Uiom unreasonable  C. P. R. Has Conveyed 80,000 Persons  From the East.  MoNTitiSAi., May IS.���������Parties of Englishmen are still arriving here by the  St. Lawrence route bound for the  Klondike. The great rush is evidently  over for the season. There can be  little certainty as to the actual number of tho50 who havo proceeded to  Klondyke from all purls of the country during the last tour months. Tbe  cut in rates upon the railways doubt-  lass proved nn enormous stimulus, although only a moiety- of those who  reached Vancouver at the reduced  rates were able to proceed north. The  C. P. R. conveyed many thousands  from the east but their final destination could not be easily traced.' What  is certain is that, the C. P. K. during  the past four months conveyed^ 30,000  persons from Vancouver to Wrangel  by steamer. Of this enormous number it is on record that-LIMO have returned as far as Vancouver.���������Free  Press Bulletin.  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  MONEY   PROFITABLY ?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   -   -   -   -  It has been predicted by I end in a men of Canada that Revelstoke will  be one of the leading cities ot West Kootenny. Thnt ils unique position  where tins C, P. R. crosses thu beautiful Columbia valley, with water trans-  jiortalion _o the north and south and in close* proximity'to the richest minus  in Kootenny, making its locittitm unii-iiidly favorable, if you want to invest  your money in manufactories, icnl estate, or mining property, visit  Itevelstoke, the "Gateway lo the* Koolenay."  We aro moving to thu front and no obslncle will.' or enn impede our  wonderful progress. Do not forget that you will never buy real estate as  cheap as you can buy it today. Figure the increase of the past und speculate  in Ruvul~toke, the "Gateway to thu Kootenay."  The*, banks of the Columbia, on wnich  river the town is situated, hav������ '  been tho stage upon which  strange scenes  have been displayed anei wild and  darinir exploits performed by the thousands who entered tliis district during -  thu 'Ii7 gold boom iu the Big Bend. . . ��������� '    ' -  Revelstoke is probably one of the oldest towns in the interior. And it  was not until this title question was settled lhat Revelstoke really began to  forge ahead, commercially and otherwise. Growth was slow until 1897, but  the old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and sqarted in  to mako it a mining centre worthy of note. >  The   C.  P. R. is   concentrating all  its   principal woikshops on  tin-  western division at Revelstoke.    Revelstoko is not only a mining town, but in  now and will be increasingly so .in the future a railway point of considerable  importance in the C. P. R. system and,a distributing centre'for the business oF .  the rich  mining districts  included in the section popularly known as North1  Kooleniiy.   Its impot~ance in  ihesu connections .is due to its unique geographical position.    Seated in a beautiful  open valley at tbe point of intersection  of Hit* Columbia river and  IheC. P. R. mniti line, it commands' the passed"  miming norlh and south, to the famous gold fields of the Big Bpnd and the*  tich.mineral leads   ol'  the Lardeau, while on  the cast, up the Illecillewaet  another district of great prospect is being opened up.   The town is the point  of .junction  of thn main  line and the'Arrowhead branch of the C. P. R��������� by  which access is gained to the South Kootenay by rail and steamer.    Another  '  line of steamers will make Revelstoke their starting point fnr tbe Big Bend,  for which country it is nfc present the sole outfitting point and base nf supplies.  Thus by the mere force of geographical position alone Revelstoke has forged  to the Front until the little mining camp of a few years ago.'has,become a town -  of considerable import mice to the business of the province.      '" - 0    ���������  The mining industry is still in ils infancy, but with the careful expenditure, of capital 111 development work will grow to large dimensions. _    ,  Large areas of land in close proximity to the town are covered with *  timber suitable for lumbei'. but probably just as valuable -as fire woodi there  being: no coal deposits discovered near at band as,yet. This land when cleared  is proving to bu exceptionally line farming and gardening land, "and the  demand for produce is always many times larger than the'supply, train load-  being imported from other points every season. This should lie taken into"."  consideration by intending settlers. ,        , , , .  '   ''  Across the river from Rewlstoke an excellent clay_ exists for the making of brick in vast quantities, which commands a high.price at anv time.  The  lown  enjoys   many advantages:   A"fine,   healthy  climate���������the -  death rale* heing exceedingly low���������good water.'supplied by a system of water  .  works, from the mountain side just north of the town, underlying which is a-  stiatum of gravel that'ensures a natural drainage.   A short distance up the C,"  P. R. track, east, to the Illecillewaet river,  is a canyon and falls,   which must  be seen to be fully appreciated.   The power from these falls is now being utilized by nbu Ucveistoke Water, Light to Power Co. for ni~.~-ir.cr their tine electric lighting plant.   They have an unlimited power which  1 ���������;,���������_��������� on will   b������  useful for manufacturing purposes and running the proposed sireet car line,- . '  A startling strike of gold is reported  from an island in the bed of the Yukon  railed Monte Crislo island���������the gold is  black, rough eouise ar.d heavy unmixed with copper or silver and is perhaps the hest gold yet found.  The Ifdnoriton Bulletin says: Ac-  coiilniR ion str-tenient made bv the  Minister ot the Inlet ior in the House  of Commons, settlers in the Nit-th  West owe the Governmental 15,000 for  seed grain,'  At Si, Regis Indian reservation two  constables executed a warrant for  arrest of Paul Beck, also an Indian,  for assault on a young squaw. A rescue was cat tied out by lieek's brother  and two other wat riens, the consta'.es  being veiy roughly handled and the  prisoner cairiecl nil" handcuffs .'ind all.  It is-urniise'l ih'y have crossed the  frontier into the States.  ,r  -' I  *  '. *1  1 .'.*!  chango of course. Tho now coursoi  brought tho vessol at a right anglo to'  her proper direction and if persisted in  would strand bar on -tho coast of Santo  Domingo." Meauwhilo tho woather had  moderated still 111 oro, additional sail  had beon got upon tho vessel, and she  was being driven still farther from hor  destination.  Her impatient officers had finally determined to seize their captain aud put  him in irons, when, soon after dny*'  break, tho lookout forward reported  somo object doad ahead. As tho vessel  kept on it was mndo out to bo a ship's  ) boat. As it rauged abeam it was soon to  contain four uicu lying under its  thwarts, 'one of whom woro a green  sou'wester. Tho Mohawk was promptly  bovo to, a boat lowered, and tbe castaways taken in. Tbo castaways proved  to bo tho captain nnd threo men, thu  ouly survivors of tho crow of a vessel  which had gono down in tho hurricane,  and they had been drifting helplessly  without food for livo or six days. Tho  green sou'wester was tho property of  tho rescued captain. A fow days lator,  when ho had recovorcd sufficiently to bo  able to leave his berth, ho was sitting  ono day in the main cabin of tho brig  with Captain Beuuer. Ho suddenly  ssked his host whether he believed in  dreams. "  "Sinco I have been here," ho continued; "I havo been thinking how familiar this cabin looks. I think that I  havo been hero before. In tho night beforo you picked ino up I dreamed tbat I  camo to you here in this cabin and tola  you to chango your course to son'west.  The first timo you took no notico of nie,  and I camo the second time, in vain,  but tho" third time you changerl your  course, and I woke to find your ship  alongside of us.''  Thon Captain Benner, who had noticed the resemblance of tbo speaker to  his mysterious visitor, told his own  story of that night.  Captain Blank could not recall the  name of tlio wrecked vessel, but said  that all the facts were confirmed by the  logbook of tho Mohawk, even to the detail of tho intention of tho officers of  lhe brig to put their commander in  irons. Tho story is an oft repeated "one  in Captain Blank's family and is well  'mown in the locality from which ha  I nils.���������New York Sun.  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For Snokanc��������� From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m ld0p.m.  For Ilossland��������� From Rowland���������  1:10 p.m 1:10 a.m.  For Nelson��������� From N_t������on���������  1:10 p.m _2_~~p.m.  Closo connections at~_*cl-on with steamier  for Kaalo and all Kootcuy Lake points.  Passengers for Kettle Kiver end Boundary  Creek connect at Marcos with stage dailv.  TIME C-tRB  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacdflo Standard Tims. -  OOECG WEST  8:00 am Leave... ,  DATLT  .Kaslo..  S_36am ...South Fork..  9*38am       "  i" pro ale's...  _-olam     "   ....Whitewater..  lO-.tBam      '     Bear Lake ..  10.18 am      '    ...___<_-_~fcan...  10__am      "    Cody Junction  10__0 a _n Arrive San-ton..  J COOT _I_f-C  Leave U.-OOam....Sandon....Arrivell:J5ai_r  Arrives 11_20__ m ....<~������d_r Leave 11:25an������  ROBERT. IKVXNG  | QE0.7.COFSLAND  O.K. and P. A.       r      __pe~l_~t__- Mt    -  oorao K_isr  . Arrive 3-50 pm  3:15 pm  2:15 p m .  2-00pm  I-ttps.  l_3pm  1:1 ~ p D.  . Leave l__0p_D _____  tmtm  ~,  1  -^-<Just Arrived  Hammocks  Musical  Instruments  Footballs  Tennis  Racquets  Baseball Goods  Croquet Sets  Chinese  Lanterns  Purses  Pipes  Flag's  Children's  Wagons  Wall Paper,  Etc., Etc.  rjanada Drug &  Book Co., Ltd..  ftevelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Today's Local .News.  Kev. C. Prcicunicr is spending a few  days in town.  Miss Ada Dunne of I'liiiuld i.s visiting with .Mr.-.. .Iiinies Hdwurcls.  l!ov. ,1, A. Woods loLurncd from 1 hi*  I (���������(inference at Victoria, yesterday.  Mrs. .1. I). Kihlmlil cnlcrlaiiK-d nl. her  residence l.'i-t night with a Queen's  I'irl Inlay il.-ince.*.  Affording to the lisls nt present llie  voters iu tlie Ki'vclslnku riding-are  only 15 hhurt of UU).  .1. Simmons, ci. I1. II.' eiigini'i'i'. uf  Keigei's'l'iiss, with his lillli; diiiighlfi'.  spent vestei'ilay in lown.  The* Hurry Irinilley ciiiiipiiiiy have  niaile n date* at. Tapping's I beat re fur a  week's pcrfitriutuiri1, liegiiining .Iiuie*.'!.  Ijii'nt. Gov. Miickiiilii-.il nift Capt.  McPherson lien; yesterday mnriiing  and went down with him to the Halcyon I loi Springs.  .Mrs. T. Cleary who h.is been .spending a couple of months with here*  daughter, Mrs. A. ..oIinkuii, leaves (u-  iiKiriow morning for ber home in Kd-  iiKinton.  J. Fred Hume told a l'..li..l.l~ nvin.  who inli'i'viuwi'd him on the Kootenay  last. Salm-day that hi* thought .1. M.  Kellie' meant to run again foi- this  riding.  The Rev. A. Suthctl.-ind. U. IJ.. or  Toronto will preni-h in the Methodist  fhiirc'li next Sunday bolb inorning and  evening. Any one who hns over  hoiird Dr. Sutlierland will ho anxious  lo bear him again.  Perry Leake was in town yesterday,  lie has completed his survey of the  Downie* Creek railway -is far as the  mouth of Downie Creek and expects to  have it finished to Itevelstoke in a  couple of weeks.  W. 11. Fallis, who for (he past month  has been managing 0. 13. II'line's bnsi-  CH0ICEST-.  _________________  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal   "<-ss  here,  has resigned,    lie  left, un  '  and   General Items  Round  and  About Revelstoke.  ���������Call on Pete after 0:1.0 p. m. for a  nice sandwich. Iin  From Monday's Dally. ,  Oats have gone up $1.00 a ton in  Edmonton.  .lolin ,T. Lriuigslni-c. editor of the  TroutXaki; Topic, paid a brief visit to  town this morning.  The Revelstoke: Water Power to  Light Co. expect to have the' lights  running again on the 27th.  n  A.P.Cuinininsleaves Tuesday tDconi-  mence a survey of the proposed waggon road to the head of the Canyon.  The vestry of St. Peter's church are  figuring on a near, fence round their  whole property with a handsome gate.  J. E. Wood has the contract.  The banns of marriage wore published yesterday in St. Peter's cliurcli.  between XV. Morris and Miss Janet  Ethel McLean.  The gold commissioner has authorized J. D. Graham to extend the grant  of $3,000 on the Albert Canyon waggon road, at once.  Albert Moss, a colored man, was up  before the gold commissioner this  iiiuming, nn two charges, drunk and  "'disurderlyiind-assiiulL"���������Hu-goi-SO d.iys  on the first and 00 on the second  charge, to run concurrently.  It was announced yesletd.-iy that  Rev. Dr. Sutherland, president of tin-  Methodist missions, will prohnblj-  pi each in the Methodist church here  on Sunday next.  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS,  CIGARETTES,  Soft Drinks,  -jCSKEsag...���������.,   . Ice Cream Sodas,  Ice Cream,  l'.lcycles lt_j.iil.--il mnl I'm- 111 ru.  R.   M.  SMYTHE,  li-.m.\ -.w If        Tn inn .-"T. O-Xiiii:.  'I'd....  Fortune  Seekers-  If you try your luck pniipei'llni; In  11.i' l.nr.loiiii District, iliin'l pn*s  I. M. Clti'iiii'H itoimi'iil Mure nl  Thomson's l.iinillii|-r. u hen .Mill can  liny lliu i'lieii|>i"(| mnl best miner-.'  supplies In tlie district.  Imy.wtf  1.   M.   CITRON,  Tikuison's l....:iiiN(i,  Our Aprils"-*  Cash Furniture Sale  proved lo bn ������ decided success. XVa  nine jTOoel values itt low prices, mnl thus  clcnivd ant onr Mock to miike room for new  KOotl**, which cmisi-t* eif lludroeim Snltu",  Tnbles, hiileljoiu-ilt-, Cllinir.**, lioelter*,, I_1 _. A  full line of Household Furniture is now belli);  placed in our wnrerooius. No need lo send oul  of lown for fiii'iiilui'- In any luiiniuy. full  nnd see our stock nud get price*,.  _������������_=_������__- I".. nOWSOM & CO.  mm  ^JO  13  ������   _a,  |0*  *.       iiavi: itr.nnvr.u m'.veiial  (LM'.I.OAtiS "I''  Staple Groceries,  Hour_niu1_Fced, ���������  j\U'l i-.i'l' in n position  to ijiiote  PRICES   thai arc  bound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  ]rnn__l  J t\   __-������_ain_  a  Oa  Agent fo:' tho  r-*li.:i_eri.. r! error-  Typewriter  f  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes^  {  Gents'Furnishings.Stationery, Patent Medicines,   <[  Tobaccos and Cigars, Toilet and Fancy Articles,  Fruits, Etc.  P#S������   -Bf-FfS-E   SftHE Revelstoke, B. C.  \tcV  DJ   ���������-.  1 .V������i-'-\  l"ri���������������J     'id s*f"\     lf'-(--=l  waariS '**'V--^I   '-z'!J\.y     *"^A    U"s*_fi_3j  i  _s_=_irl-'0J !iba  ^.LldOUS Creamery Butler, (his season's. Choice  sorts of Teas and Codecs, including Thti.ey's Indion  iind Ceylon 13U~nd. A grand assortment oi Cimdics just  arrived from 1'aulin to Co., of Winnipeg-. Al Oats, Hay,  "Wheat, Shorts, Bran, Mixed Chop, Barley Chop, 3'_te_. We  Buy our Eggs in small lots, and so conslanlly have (hem in  fresh iiom the farms.  "���������a  Prospectors S   Miners  Tuesday last, for Revelstoke. whero he  lias purchased ii half interest with his  brothers ii: a store in that town.���������  Trout Lake Topic.      "    ,  Hewitt, Bostock. JI. P., lias written  to Mining Recorder I'axton. s;iyin__  thnt the matter of lhe recreation  ground is now receiving the coiisidcr.i-  li_.ii of the. minister of lho interior and  lb.it. he hopes lo be able lo give some  further information within a short  lime.  Frederick Rihhach, formerly of Victoria, has ontc'i'cd-snit for di voice al  Seattle against his wife. Mathilda l.ili-  b.'tfh. to whom he was married in tbi.--  i-ity in Di'ci'iiibfi'.' 1SS.1. One of the  grounds i--> that at the time of the Victoria niiii-i i.igc. he bail another wife,  ,'iltluiiigli be wut* nut .iiviu'c nf it. having lie't-n informed through various  sources that bis first wife had obtained  a divorce' from liini. lie afterward*,  learned that this was nut (hi-case and  he llierefci e w.iuls n:s second uiarri.ige  void.���������Colonist.  Wedding Bells.  ���������   A (juiet ceremony took  pliu-e  in  St.  Peter's-:    clum-h    on   Monday,    when  Kev.  F. A. l-'encl, lbe vicar, united   in   holy wedlock .1.1. Wotidrow. the p'ipii- j.....  lur   manager   of   J.   11.   Hull   to   Co'-.' .  si nre heie.  to  Miss  K.ithei ine  Edith j \  Dniin7"who~i-oci"iiliy-{irr'rvrd���������itr-H^vrrj-T-  from   the  old   cciuritry.    Mis-    Hfi_.ii '  Woodrow,   tbo     briilegionu,'*.   .������ist'*r. \  Ilv I lie .iii-lot.il���������tlie best I.nl.-u of Uie  iVooiN.  dread... .  Tliu licit on the market, oithei white  or lirown.  Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries  llest values* in KevcKtoke.  jbs__s___.���������A. "N,   SMITH  CHAS:-J.   AIV1AN  Kootenay Agent  Quaker .  S'oiaing1  Hot-Air aud Hct-V_pcr  Bath Cabinet  Cuiiiu nil'I hue uluiL we'vo got In yinir  liuii. We limlu- a specialty of this trmlr,  1111(1 <'llll lit \ou out quickly iu iti nl VtljllL  prices.  G.-B.  WdrWZ 5_-CO.  An Envitatio'i  ������_ri--S_X______  What do you    ^  v/2 nt in Shoes ������  If vou wiinc ti god Jliimr's Siine, I'l-me lo  D. Jt-nkin*-.  Ii' \tn: \\tint t_ pood   Proi.pi.ctnr'*- Sli'io, rome  to D-'-fcnkin.-.  \i ytui vvjL'tt ii t:r_c or *-trunu Cork-.-o'iytl fclioe.  I'lMiit- t<< \>. Jfn'icir.-.  If you v -i-it ti I_.������ui^ LffT Utiu:, pouie to I), .iui-  kin-.  Krio^-, ft.������il If^r:K.**s rcpftir-'il on the'���������liortf.: ;    .  _n--H_f_.     >\\   iin-j������ of   v.orL  kept  in  :-_������--__ nt , tiOU  price's tosui nil. ,t      . j  D. Jenkins, ;  respecters  __  r*y~j <~  ��������� i isn@rs._o.  yOJ ARE TiNVITKD to call  at  our (.tore afc any time  tind'examine ourA-1  htook of  Miners' Supplies  Provisions  Boots and- Shoes  Cloth ing " o  Miners' Picks and Shovels'  Blasting' Toois, Powder, etc  of which v.-o havo a large nnd  well ii.s<ot"tecl variety. Ifc will  pay you to uccupt  the ��������� in vita-  T,iE "udson's  mpany -  t^^-" Kairj loops  Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries  ,    and Liquors  can furnish all iiecessnrv oui-  filsaiid supplies- for miners nnd  prospect or.* f."'11!? iivoi-lund to  the. lloldlield.s  Via tlie Cariboo Road,  ,-incl lu-r.-iii-?!.' for "iinplioH at  IIazmston and Ci1.i-:n'oha.  nr*: .trie:, m.. Ij!..- u\nm I-i^ri,U m.nU ! ^0 HOUSEKEEPERS.  AND  Revei_t_i__:s__tion \  * ���������    HOTELS'':    We   are   well  ; .stocked   with   the   latest  and  G.   PE7RETTO.  ~~-i - TiTr-        -~  ?~i 'n, _~%jc~>   ���������������. j ~~������ t~~~������~3.">~������  di;aj.>;:i i."~ boot.-; and ~wr,7-. ....  r/incleenzie Avenue.  Two Doors south Molsons Sank  The. June, nuinber of the Delineator  is called the early summer nuinber. It  has three full papc illustrations of  sporting costumes .and is exceptionally  strong in every department.  lien Rankin, formerly a cowboy at  High River near Cilgiiiy. committed  suicide in the I'.irtlctt hotel, S.tmlou.  lost Wednesday by shooting himself  through the heart. Dome, til- troubles  m u suited io be the cause of lbe ti lifted y.  The Golden Kr;i repot ts that hy a  lire at Field early Frid.iy inorning tbe  Monarch hotel was burnt. Xo lives  lives were: loot. Mr. Hanson, lhe proprietor, is a heavy looser, as the total  insurance was only S^fX).  There is very little talk about politics in the T_aiilc.ui and the only platform they take much stock in then' is  the development of tbe c-cuiiitiy. At  Trout Lake City a popular opposition  candidate might make a good run for  his money, bnt J. S\. Kellie's chances  -would be pretty slim at least so sny  people from theie who ought to know.  In connection with theredislribution  of the constituencies the following  officei- have been appointed to check  over the voteis' list and distribute the  names to their proper ridings: Distributing collectors. East Koolenay. .1.  F. Airastrong, Foil Steele: West  Kootenay. Geoige A. ~.Ie-I-~and. Nelson:  collectors Northeast Kootenay .I.  Stirritt, Donald; Southeast J_.or_l_cn.-iy.  C. M. Edwards. Fort Steele; Revelstoke.  ���������T. D. Sibbald; Nelson. R. F. Tolnii,.;  Slocan; A. Luc.-.-. Kalso: Itossland. .1.  Kirkup.  acted' as   bridesmaid,   while   Charles.  Wood row supported hi.- l.ictber.    Tbej  bride was given   aw.-iy by AV. G. Pa--:-j  ton. mining   rci order.    A-s   lhe happy | I       nu.-r.c-*. Jlr-.-nirirp (I'.rr-.  couple* left tin* church for their future j ���������       Moel.-rum l'.-io -.   ������w- sr'i-i-rti.:c. a.  re-ic'enci. on  Second street  west, the'.-:-    ���������-���������     ���������   ---    organ   penled   out.    tli1'   well    ki.uivuj  ,  , , . .,���������,.���������.,  ,  strains of   this   wedding   iiiaich.   The; J������  Hkkald   extends   its    heartiest   ron-i  **        ,  uvnl libitum*:.  -f i fresli est canned good~>,  grocer-  i i ies. teas and coffee-., tind fresh  -4-f!>ut-ter-Hntl-*--(.ig.gs,-patatoes,^and.  i i everything   usually   found   in  j"!an ������.]i .to date grocery.  ��������� ;     Free and   prompt  delivery.  I   '   ~y*^ V *S   v. w' '~~y  lir-aiSis i5ros.  W rite for l tirtiriilius.  2;vii;  Does Tliis Interest "You?  11-' yon nre cnniciiiiiliilliii; Ijiiikliiii; tlii. suninii'i-, we lire In n im .Ition to  ~    ijlvo yuii.Cieieiiu*. .IT I'AMkiin* I'liiri:-,.  , We enrry tin; lies! i.loul; ol' lliii-ilv.-nre in llie Konietiiiy.    All  lln."* enm-  Iile'.e.   'I'lic lute*,! st.\les utnl uewi"-! (lesions in linor I**urniIin-r'.  All stylus mnl iimiliili's of ejiir|ir-nli'r.s', .Miimiiis', nml Mineis' TooK.    |(  you wiinl llie lie*l iii"~youi' line uu Imvi- it.  -V,vil.s and IlL'iuiiMi l'.(l'i:u nl iiri.ii. never before olTeretl In the iiiililic.  An ins|ieeliou of our stole will repay you.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  IIr.rdw.irc, Tinsmilhing.  Furnace, and Roofing'.  REVELSTOKE STATION,-B. C.  m Y"ou Can Save Money  To xhe^^>  Electors-  , A meeting oi' lhe supporters ol'  the Turner Government will beheld here on Thursday evening  next-, 20th iust., nt S o'clock, iii  Tapping':- Theatre, for llie 'purpose of electing delegates for n  convention to ba held to nomiii-  fito a -rovui-nment  candidate for  lhis liding.  _7raytil  i I  d  --V .,.    U  1MT~">'~;    rCfW's      ������.JT V   |  CrllK,-.'.'.....I  1   I rs.'-:!'r..-.'������l i ,  joirn iii. Vvood  A re hi tect  rind  Builder  t', M*.' "'in,He-,    pi,m'-    and     sp"cifical ions  Marnctl- il    Go to the Europe Dairy    J r.ui.iMi.'d<���������(-. application,   shop .md  Weioni-sow���������Dtrx.v.- -At     St.     IVtrV-; j   |'i<'|..iir   ".i.tk    pu-iiipliy   .itteinled    to.  ,' Wn.j.I i   ' ���������. u.'t .t spc .Lilly. Workshop,  ������ j   F; i:i������. Si !..���������(.'  chin eh on   lbe "i'ii d ills!..   by Hev. F. [ i  .\. Ford.  .Inines  Wco.liow  tn  -Mh-'jfl,  I'T.it lici-iiic    Kdit.h    Dunn,   both    ell'.''_,.  Itcvel-tiike. I    T. JULIA.  JUST     ���������  .ARRIVED....  FOR   SALE  lho ]ior--oniil property nf J. Yii.cw.n Whilo  Kopfc iLrinch. If (rutvl-- ������.old v/oiiM \,if*jit~' th.'  hi-iTl at n::cp.   Apply nl the ruiioh.       ���������__"-___y-ll-.v  HOUSE AND   LOTS  FOR  SALE  1'nr r*i_]o, a hoii,-e tuul ."if* font lot on Tiiirti  Mjvi't, iwiiT thu Cnviiii hlo'-Ic. (m<l a "Vj foot lot  ncHrU- oppo-ii-' tin* f'nurc _ro-i*-e.  Appl; at th" Itor.tld m\\p<:  Ifour Grocery  INCORPORATION  A pub1.;'-: liu���������Lin;? will be hciil nt fi p.r*.. R.t  Tar.p.n_:,-~ 11 nil on V. ������ I:i."lr_>, *J.������tii in*.:... for  the piirj'O-c '.f ri"-)~njii(,:K!!n*_r to t 1m~ Hon  I_.-'iit.-f:o\i-rnor ������_.f.fi,> fnr the -���������Iwtinn of riie  tir-t ooiincil of thu fity of !t(-\pistol*-.-.  c. :���������:. sriAW,  tilniydlrl f-i-f r���������t(ir; of V.m.rit oi" Tdi'Ii*.  Lic'uor Licr:ir.c  Account  i-, xiittiix'1 'rn ;-'.-:m: ~k  Yor; uiJAr. with  Hutcliison   &   Co.,  Hjiv   l'lor.i;   r.'c'l  r.T .1  i.r-ir ,-rj M.-r' iin '.-.  Front. St., r{cv_lr.t,oke  ;     THOS.   HiLL-lER,  t  : Builder and  i Contractor  ��������� a;'.;  Ii.   T.ii,-r-i':i,''-    Tli'_.ctre,  : ^-rouriti lloor.  >~--.irt 't-.a ;uiiirsi:i-l on ,'dl t.itiii.  .-..' i.uil'lii.K"  :   AeidrcsG: Thos. Hlilier, Revelstoke  2..:.!f  ITjWO IirXPIlKI) - SUITS OV r.LOTU KS  k iiou- on Mile nt WiNon'*, 'I'niloi-in.r nnil  -*- noiliini; House. '!'lie*;iiiroiii!s nrii cut In  lhe Inlu-t .*tyl" n:-.tl lire nice, frc-.li stnclc  suitnblu for lhe suhmiii's .tnule. nml lieinit  tiiil.ir** ve nre ulile lo ^oleel the l)e-*i u'enriuj-  iiiiiterinl for the money, lly putting a milo:'s  -1 llcli in tliis Ini'.toiis, |ii's**.ini', nut llie  wri'.il.'li"*, ami ninl.ir..- nny itlU'rntiou'* Iiiul  mny lie m'c'".'-!'-'.'}-. oiii- H.-'inl-.-MtKlo*, nre rat:-  riei-'eil ei|iuil lo en-tern or.lercrl clollies.  Pants, $l.SO and up.  Suits,   $6 00       ���������  I'or tlio bpiiciit of ihu new romer-* a1* \\c\\ in  tlicnhl tiincis.wp uonhl <:iv thai we nn. nlwn>*������  IjU'.v m our "niiloriiiK 'loiMi'ttiUJiil, and nlua>s  r_-n(!> to ih_.'_. limr" unlor1. mni welcome tiny  oik m (-Niiinlnu oiir-.-.ooli---,-*. Our siock K up  lo<:iii(M'mt our workineii lirsi obis*1. Si'e us  lor iitiy kimI of n **uit iinrl we v. ill please you.  Stilts io Crcter. $13 and up.  Pantd to Orclnr, S-D and up.  _a. s. ���������v^ixjSO^nt,  l:::vi i.-jtokb Station, ii. e.  w  V..C  I  i  XJ\/K linve j  By buying MEN'S and BOYS* CLOTHING Sc'    . i,  al Bourne Bros. Lhis weeL               '          - . Vjfa-      'i  ���������      -' ���������  ���������*"    ���������-���������������������������������������������-.--      ' ��������� # ~l  Jii.t opened-ui* live now discs of now Spring Butts Unit lit *c<v;    ' /'(  2>Y. like n <;love nnil nre nuiile from the inosi liuiulsoine pntlorns thnl (Xj \SB  (*>;-* eotilil lie procured iu llustern nuii-leels.- 'J'ho follow in}_: is n lisi ol our price'- for this t&i *������K  |fft v.eek:                                                           -     ,                                                                  _'*?������'  W  b"? l-'or fr.."*! j-oti oiiii liiiy 11 Puil iiiiitli'cil ������0(1(1 Tweed and nice llttiiii?. r���������> B_i  1/g , I''or .*,S..-ill wo show u Che\ iol Suit norlh SI:'..                          ,                      - jW /  /������������������w l'oi'tlll.r_ wcisliow u r.-ni^i'nl .Miit> Hint will stirpiisu ynn, worth .lilnnil fll. ������fi\ /']  t-^j'i 1"i)i- .*l-_.r.ei mnl "1." we show you line Worried Irish Hcrgi'-t nnel Scotch Tweed Suits, f"j\ !j  &���������' lit nud liiiish eni-.nl iii iiiilnr-uiiir.u Suits nl S..U to |f.'.'i. ?*. {]  "iiii- " "tf������ '  - f  ^ .                                   SPRING   HATS               "            '                ��������� ^5..'.v,'|  if''- Wa lire showing tills niiui: ilicdiini'i'iiii of S'-'Vi'ii cniud or Men'* Kell   llnl--, com- (f-y,  ���������j;!!?: prlsliii; llu1 Iwsl IIiibIIsIi mill Aiii-i-li'iiii siylm In I-HiT-, Snfl 1'ell*., l'uclnnis,et". "^vv\ "- ,'  l(*^ Wo nlso show nn entirely new nml complete i*aiiye"or Men's nnd Hoys' l.'npK. Sp I  JUST PLACED  into stock  i {  v'^ " h'j In:���������>;('>l nssorlnteni of .Ven*_. Sufi Netjl!,','0 Sliirio iin.I Pini-iiier UnUerwenr ever Ic.  ti'.'J seen in __evi-istoi.e���������Inrht isuu .'.irk color*..      '���������                                                -                      - '^  C^>i Sinrt.s'varyinu irom S."u'. to ;?1 .V.1; t/julorueur, Ojc. to 5J..70.  J-i-^j TALKING   ABOUT  SHOES  ���������'VS" \ ^*'>u should ^cl iinste:! on ihe hitest styles und  prices by au occ-isional viMf to Sj*  ufa ol,r sl(,ru-    'I'lii^ month, hm onr new'���������esison's fshnes uro cumins to linini'daily, we- c^A  \t\S are now nliowiu^ some urtNlli- dosijpis in button, biced or Orcfordj..   Come ard see- i������(b  1-1  ?.v:_  ._S~J-*_  . BOTJE,IsrT������! -.BBOS.  ^e'  ^ism^^MM^mm?^^^^m������^mmmM  i his Space is reserved f_i -���������������=r-ja������������assf5!_a^  -J.AMFiS_J3:ILL_^&-^GD_;.  Who will  scon   be opening  up  in  the   DRY  GOODS, and  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  PROVINCIAL SLCilin'AltY'S OITICl"  EDUCATION  THE    MOLSONS    BANK  Incorporated by Act of I'ni'liinnent, 1S.Vi.  Paid Up Capital      ^.     ���������."���������  S2.ooo,ex)0  Rest Fund ....       $1,500,000  11 end Ollice: _Montreal.  II(VA It 11   fll--   111 KY.llTO JtS.-  ~,V. Moi.son Maci'iii-.iisiin, I'ri'.idciil  ^ 11   I'.wiNi; Viee-l'reslileul  XV. M. ISiiiiisnv, [Ie'i>rvArcliiliiil(lif>i������iiiiel l-'lnd-  lev, .1. I'. I'li'Khorn, ll. .Mnrl-lnnd Molson.  ]���������*. Wi'ii.ri-.iisiAS TnoMAr. Cenerr.l .MiitKicrcr  A. Ii. IM-UM-niil Invpector  II. Lock wool. Assisiani luspeelor  A i/encrnl liiinUiu.- bii-iiiess trmisnctcd.  lnlcr.'st nllov.ed on i! .posits ::t current rule".  Kiiirll.li mid jMiiericnn exc!ir.:i;_o lioii|_lit nml  sold nt lowest rules.  JIUANC'IIl"...  KiilKclon. Out.  Si.iith's Fulls, Out. _  .  Avlracr. Out.  llrnckvillc. Out.  CiilKiirv, Al ti'-.  Cliiitnii, Out.     '  l~....-icr. Out.  Ilnniilloii, Out.  Loudon, Out.  Menford, Oul.  -loiilronl, V. Q.'  M.-.rrisliniK. Onl.  Norn It'll. Ont.  Ollii-ti, Out.  Owen Sound; Ont.  Itevelstoke. II. (;,  Sori-1,1". tl.  St. Ilrnneili.  St. (.'-itlieriuos, Out.  St. Tlioimi'-. Out.  Toronto, Out.  Toronlo .lunction, Out.  Trenton, Out.  V11 Hi-Oliver, It. C.  Vletorin, li. 0.  Wiiterloo. Out.  Woodstock. Out.  -\VIiiiiipcK, -I.in.  ItevelstokeJISriineli: J. 1). Molson, Malinger.  m* w>.  1  Painter and  Decorator  , uarpen'cer  1 and Builder  Tako notice tli������i i, tin-i:tiiliT*-isriK������]  intend       First Street East. ReveUlolic Station  j to applv, i.O iiii\*. from dale fo ih-   -tn-'-ndiar:-  M.'iSi^tn.te for tin: Xor:!i   -.idwit; uf  .jip   t'_h-������d- ;    oral   Iii->trii*t  of J_iM-l-~.uy for ;i li' -mi-" n- *���������<_ II '  lnpior h\ ri'tat! ai. niy hol-*l  at   the nioutl- o! ! (jrttlnm^, l"uj#* r Hr.i-i'irc. J_.ir! Wood Tiiii-ili  ! ... >     l!ot--r     I'.iii.:   !��������� '   'p.   ,t!l    I'.raiK h'1.,  'l.t!  'bin  i.'i'.nii"*' n* ���������':.  luitfd 'I.:*- I-i d.iv of Mi-*. lfc'**-  f'n*TiM������-''   I'idn III', tr'a/'Wi'.   *>���������(.  .'..���������piM'i.ii. i<       I'll" \n\jcf * ������."i'k of dm.r- *.n-h,  br-ir'hi "*,    i nr.illiT-t,    j.ioldllll-i,    t'"-.ui������     (  o-inf'-.,  h'-n'rlfil  M-������.r_-|'. d'Uiir-. kihI at!   in-ide nti-  i-'i !<��������� ���������!' ���������   ���������    .hi ,m- biM'e nn lb" 1 -t h   Ma-   and  j v. til oc n,-. ;. d .it pro-i h inucrbcl-.n' iinMt ������������������ mi  I .In*--",   .i   ��������� --.win-., r.  An> on" ri-,nmi-.j-iM*\  , '.t  tin ������;., >  ni)j,;iii] will i c''on^nttm-r their  ov '��������� '���������   i      b~    L< till!/   my   price*-^ bMo;-*  l ,j.''.l. in - ''-  >\ b   re. .'JujisilE  i'i  '  \olici'  i-,  hereby  j-'ivcii   thtil    the   nniiiint  c-.-i.iimilloji of cnndl'liilcs for ccrtillcntes of  i].i.ill:i(.|itl(rii ID I'.-ncli in the public schools of  tm    province will   be   hold   ns follows, coin  ' iiirn-i!i:;.jii >Iond,i.v..luly ���������:ili,l&!i.~,iitfi:i'i n in.:  rii-i/iill*.     In South l'nrl: School TluilOini;  Vinii.riu*..*r  In III-li School lliiilillnp  l-:.i|,|ii���������.j.. Jii Public School iJiiTldiiif;  Iliicli iipplicnnl mu^t forwnrd n nolie--', thiity  .!--,. b.-.'r.rc Oi-c-xniiiini'-tie'iirStritlii). tlie c!ii*i  I iin-l ijni'Ii' of ciT'llli'iitc' for which Iici 11 ill 1"- n  !' iMidi'li.!.*, tl.i-ripiioiinl *ul.cct-i K.-Iecterl, nnd  r      is rr r-, m   .   prjA   \r ; i.t vlil.-ii r.f  llio nbovj-iiiiiiicil jiluccs lie will  J.   r<, .������. r-. JN _e������-U t-J.i--v.iN,       ,,���������,���������.,,,.  Kvr.uv notice of inl.-iilioii to lie nn npplicniit  miiit In- nci*'iii!|.nnied v.ilh niti.fiicl-ry tei-il-  n...ni,.l of uiornl chnrnctcr.  c.iu.i.i'li-.lc-. arc notilie-l tlislnll of tli.- above  T. .iiiir.-inctit-i   mnit   Im*   f.illilled   l-eforo their  ������������������it".  ���������* u ~"n-!i.-.'ioi"    '' -| i.j.j.ii. ...tii.ns can be filed.  '''"',:'UWU KKVi-,-"r"*'-'- I    Ail .i.ndidiiiesforKIr.-I f In������, Orade A, f'er-  n-ii.ii'."iili'l <-!i'ili'!C" j'.irn <m , tilicate-. inclii-lint! grndijatcs, inu.t ntt-rirl in  Vii-ton.i   to take the   Mi'i'i-ds   prescribed for  .Inly li'.ili ������:i'l  iitli iii-tmit.. and  to tinde.-'jo j  roi|Uiri"l ornl e .air.inntlon. j j.^ f-(,,rimall,i  S. I). I'OPI". j ��������� -IAM3:S ]".'.]KEK,  ~,'iiperintuiirlc_it of Kdnratlon. 1 I'ro.iucli!.-..Secretary.  L'.U'-iiti.'ii Otrie-.' I I'rovii.cin! S.'cretiirVs Oiliee.  V.i-tor'n, Mnv lib. IS?-. 7iD_4t=.. .iL M^rcn. 1_'.-. lluiy  Unctertnkinit nnd Embalming  R. Howson &. Co.,  M-Ckeo-i- Ave.  NOTICE  Court-- of A1*1-!?." und Xi1-! Prins, and of Oyer  uutl Termier and ^uiiernl floul JJelivery, will  be holden at tlie plaees aud on the (lutes fol-  lowiiifr, vi;*..:  City of _Nelkui:f on Monday, the 2U_h day of  June, 1 _0S.  Tow ii of Donald, on Mondav, the 27th dav of  June, lfci������a.  CERTIFICATES OF EMPROVEMENT  KXCKLSlOlt Fit-Cl'ION'AL -MINER-L  Cli-IM.  Situnte if the. Trout Ij-iU" ~ilini"a; l)l\ ia'on nf  ~.V-(-si Kooiunay.   \Vhero lociitcd: On Silv-r  Ciip ".I niituin. lionnili;;l   on the north by  th-i Sc-ttinli   Chief, rn   the  south by thi  l-XCfclaior llin'-i-Jt C'dIm.  Tnkn I'rntic* thnt 1. K'ir*** A. l^nii^tt. Free  Jliiier's Ccrilllrnt-i No. S'fiKI A. itsucil at Vic-  toiiaon tho Did Kovnnlier. 1'liT, as nK������*nf fot  and on beha'f of ihr. Isiitisliine ljiinitcd. Freo  Miner'.   CerliflCDte So till* A, is-u< A nt Neil-  Westminster un lliu 30th Juni', 1���������.17. intend. GO  days   from   th'*.  df.te lioie.'f   to apply to the  j\Tinin{-7 Ttocorder for a Ccitillcate of Impiovc-  meuts for tlie pui-)iote of olraiiiinf; a crown  grant of the. above lniiieral claim.  And fur.ber take notic������ that, ucli.n. untlcr  Section  37,  must  be coninienceil   nefore the  issuance of pucli C-rliliOHte of linprovemcnts-  Datcd this 30151 day of March, 18=8.  EI1GAK A. BENNETT.  MOUNTAIN- FU'CTIONAIj MINEIIAIj  OLAIM  Situctoin HieTrout Ij'Uc Minins Division of*  WestKo tenay   ".Vlier-lccated: On Silver  '"up Moui't-in, bounded on fie east by thn  Scottisn Chief, ou the i\ est by the Mountain Mineral Claim ���������  Take notice that T. Edcnr A. Bennett,. J rrc  Miner's Certlflcat<* jSTo _!()ii_9 A. is-U'.d at Victoria on the 3rd November. 1S.I7. ai ������s,'Otif for  i'nd on behalf ot the Sunshine Limited. Freo  -Miner's Certificate No. GKIi A, issue"! at New  Westminster on the 3l'th dny of June, 1S97.  intend, BO days from the date hereof, to nnply      ,,.,  to the Mirinjr  Kecorder for a fjertificate of       Ip  Improvements for'ho purpose of ob ai .ing a.  ciown Krant, of tb(* above mineral claim.  Ar.d further take notice that action, under  Section 37. must be con.inenccd before the  issuance of such Certificate of ltiipro\enicnts.  Hated thi3 3''tU day of ".larch, 1'!>S.  SOmrlm EDS-Vll A. BKXNETT.

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