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 ' -���������/"���������  .. -' -1/: '-;->' (am. &oO-&vj  -TSSTTIEID   TWICB-A-WBEK -~WBD]_T_3SDAYS    ___J_T_D    S_f_v._I_?TT^L_D__v"Z'������_;-  Vol.  II.    No. 33.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY  21, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  Hudson's Bay  it >(,  Company  [I. COM'OKATI D 1070  The  Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters J.   !.   ft  in Western Canada. ������       " ll  Hoiise Furnishings  Just lecei\eddiroct from Scotland  1  write us 3,  Intending Trospectors should write us \J  for ono of our new Folders, which V  contains an excellent Map and an ta  estimate of the probable eo*-t of a p.  complete outfit for the Gold 1 lolils. v  Hudson's Bay Stores,     a)  Q.1  Calgary. P.  Calgaby, Feb   1. 1S0S r>  OSj-^s^353^ygS-  Hsri^r & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  evelstote  townsite  MINING,       _   '  ^PIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  J  It j on w ill come and look at our .  BRUSSELS  . .TAl'ESTKY        WOOL  MaOIIE  Carpets  IAI'aNESE RUGS AND "QUAKES  WOOL SQUAItl S  FLOOR RUGS  COCOANUT  MATS  You vi ill be pleased.   j\nd don't forget that w e  ha\e a  Full Range of Linoleums  Al*.o L \CE CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  '1 OM El.b and '10Wl.LUNG, I1I.K \CIIKD  and UNHLEVCHLd" TABLE LINEN,  Ftc . Etc  Dry Goods  A fine assortment.  ARTHUR G. M: SPRAGGE,  [Barrister, Solicitor. Notary Public, Etc.  1 Oflice. Molson's Bank. Block,  . o  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Boots and Sloes  GLADSTONE  Passed  Away at  Five  O'clock  This Morning  ON  ASCENSION  DAY'S   DAWN  WM.  WHITE,  Q. C,  Barristen Solicitor^ Notary"PcbKc," Etc.  Solicitor for Impe-ial Bank of Canada.  Front St., Revelstoke, B C.  JAMES  MURPHY, E.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.      _���������  Oflice     Cowan Bloc"..   1*0 Box 103  ������      Third St., Revelstoke. B.C.  'DR. MALLOCH,  Physician and  Surgeon.  i McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke Sta., B. C.  -.OVAL-ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  T'cgul ir iiirtetings are he'd in th"  Oddi. How--' Hall on Ihe seeo id  aid  J four h XV. due ("ojn i*f each month at  Tim 7-Alp in.   Viaitiugbicthrcn cjidially  ~~~" in.ue<).  |lR. T. .Tipf-., v. XI.     T. J Or MIAMI!, Bee -Sec  |\. G. ]_i_)_\_.y, I'in -c-c        K.S Wilson- Treas.  Court Mt. Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461,  Meets in the Oddfellow* hall on the  ���������2nd and Ith Fridnjs  of each month Visiting brethren invited  to attend.  .1. II. Scott, C. It.  J.L. Smith. It. b.  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers,  Calgary, Alta.  [gents for the Queen Fire Insurance Co , of  h   jVinerlca.  represented by W. Morris, Itevelstoke.        Cnlf  ROBERT SAMSON  Wcod   Dealer  and Drayman.  ' Draeing and deliicrv work a specialty.  ' Teams alwajs on hand at shortest notice.  , Contracts for jobbing taken.  Agent for the Standard Oil Companr.  Biggest aud best assortment 111 the town  And remember to i.sk to *eo nui lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  Wc v ill sell nt rncfc bottom pruci, and will  tr\ to pit1 .ist; >nu  C. B. Hume;&'Co.  Kevelstoke StaLion, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City,  B.C.  It is Expected at Colon. Columbia,  Central America, That the Spanish  Fleet Will Touch There ��������� The  Governor General of Porto Rico  Repot ts Slight Damage Done at the  Bombardment ��������� Spanish Fleet for the  Philippines Ready to Sail at Cadiz  "���������pei ml to the Herald  llAWAltDCN. May 19. ��������� Gladstone*  died at. 5 o'cloc k tin. inoi ulna.. He wns  iiiiconv itius .it tli.it lime."-He wcmwl  to lecogn'./.e liif* wile, who \v,is beside*  him .ill day. except when tlie ptivsi-  .n.ins prevailed upon her lo lest. He  app.iiently slept .1 good deal. He  occasion-illy unittoicd ,t few weld** in  .111 mcoheient elieainy way. winds  which those who were "watching weie  nun hie to e ilih. their only consolation  was that he was not buttering pain.  No nAu cities weie adiiimisteied. At  4o'clock this morning tht* linpiessititi  gamed gtoimd among the w.itcheis at  the i.islie gates that lhis was Lhe hour  when life with the slirmgesL is. nt the  lowest ebb.' Gladstone w;is on the  vet y hi ink of Llie gi.lie All the ..mill. \\ eie in Llie 1 ooin. It was .1 tune of  ti'iiible stie*ss to Ihose gatheied iilioul  tlie'nano\v 11011 lied, on wluih Gl.td-  -lone was sleeping his last slaep. They  mc linleil liail, wtnn wile fondly cl.isn-  ing the beloved hand fur the last tune,  pet haps lemembei ing that it. was the*  morning ot A.siei).ic>ii day, the feast  ol fhe elitiicli, vl.nh h<*i husband, still  const ions, could not fail ictall. Then*  il.tt hei ed aiiout her silently attempting to -noth hei- in 1 liifr. supieine liom.  when* .Helen Gladstone, llei beiI, and  Hem\ Gladstone, R**v. Stephen Gladstone. Mis. Biew. .Mi*.. Wickhanfancl  Mis. llemy GI idstoue*. On the outei  edge ot those neat the dying man  stood, almost as iiiucli at_o_ted, liis.  lla'neisliol .1 nil Bliss and tlie Inn  t.iitlitul muses. Aftei living on the-  lliie-holdo! .inotlieruin Id, until o.nly  dawn, e.-ieli iiifiiiii'iit bidding fun- to be  Ins la.t. Ulad-:one. pa_,sGi... peacefully  away .it'iive o'clock, so-closing one eif  Ihe most notable e-a'i eeis in the woi Id'-.  In-toii.  Washington,   ~ll.iv 10���������Yestei day  afteiiioon 1 he 11 tey  clepai tuieni bnlle-  ncl positively   .mil  olfi.i.nlv   tli.it  The Revelstoie Photo Co,  Revelstoke,  '-       -   -    E.C.  d tf  Stibio   Doli.ias Stkeit.  3SMi_������S^P_S2_l!83SE3%  ^_=___-;*_  1 Results  fl -_c3l__*G  1 What  I Count  ;  J.   R.    HULL   &   CO.,  [jutchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  m Beef, Pork. Etc.  Kamloops and Revelstoke. _  All orders in our line promptly filled.  re Carry  Foreign and Domestic Soaps and  Perfumes.  A full line of Toilet Requisites.  A complete assortment of Stationery.  Drugs and Chemicals, every  preparation being fresh and  chemically pure.  Jispcnslug a special feature of our business.  <-^Chas. E. Reid & Co.  ~" hat you pay is not half so  important ils wliat jon get In paint.  Cheap paint is alun-.s much  more expensive than the high  priced, when results arc considered.  People are tlnding this nut.  A good article will alwa.s make  its w ay.  The  Sherwin-Williams  Paints  'cost more than others, but are the  most economical paints any man  can use. Thc> last longer than any  othcr paints, and 111 this wc include  I'ure Lead and Oil Ihej go further  nnd ha.c a better appearance If  you don't know- this already, it's  worth jour while to find it out-  THE   CONVENTION.  As will be Been in our ndvri lismg  columns it has been de( idee! lo hold ,1  meeting ol Hie suppm leis of the Turner Government next Tl1m__.1I.1y to  elect delegates to attend n conienlioii.  whiih will nominate <i candidate to  conlist lhis coiistitnein y 111 the gnv-  eiiliiieiit lnteiest. Owing tn llie 1111-  ci'i Minties, which hue 'mill n-cenlly  piev.-tilcd as=thc limits ol llie liduig. iL  lias not been possible to I ike nny adieu) of this kind lien*, .md we aie 111  consequence, as .1 mattcrol r.ict.i.ithci  behind the 1 est of the piovince 111 the  mailer ot sele( ling ciar candidate. V.'e  aie*.1 busy people .Miyhow ;inil polilus  do not 111 ceuise(|iieine on-upy eiuiie s(,  I.nf_;e .1 space 111 our iniiids as tliey  seem lo do 111 olhei pi ices, wliii h have  piob.ibly nivie leisnie lo till end to  theni. "Ilowevei tlieso eleetioris ,ne  i.ipidly .ippiorichinp; .md it beconies  our business lo gelia good 111,111 lo como  .iirw.ud .md coiitest lhis se.it. Ohio  .-inythiiif; as_ nines .1 leallj- biisinc-s as-  pe*et Revelstoke people .111* not slow lo  lake hold and e-aiiy ii tliioiipjli and  theie is no doubt that we shall ue  found on election day in just as well  organized shape, as places tli.it lia\e  been talking and squabbling over politics fin mouths pa-t.  On lhe Ruiei iiineiit sido in this 1 id-  ine; at. this election theie will be no  huirmer niiiG;i_;ei hole in eoinei liusiiie's  with Ihe hole l.luiifir t-ul. and diied bv  half a dozen political heelets. J'hc  man. whoeiei he-is that runs on the  {'iivpi tiinentside, will bo (lie flee and  open choice ot the whole ;_pveLniiieiit  suppoit in the coiistituctic v. Bvei y  siippoiler of Jlr. Tin 111*1 -lnuilil be (iii  hand on Th.iisday and help lo elect  1 he delecf.-ues for the eoiiveutioi", :inil  111st1t1c.tLlK.n1 as In the 111 in, whom  the meelmg will choose i'or them lo  suppcuL. .  ARRIVED  Political Poirters.  In   East' l_illooet   A.  Pientice   has  cany  the npposi-  lo  tm  piop-  B0dRNE BR6S.,  AGl'.NTS,  REVELSTOKE B  i  Dealers In Heavy ami ������helf Hard-    j__  wave, I'alnts, Oils, (1'las-, Lie. ������  __?_ tf__@  the Oieiron is sale.    It ciniiot bi  ei I v 111 icle known w hei e she is.  lt is lepotted that the novel 1101 kpii-  et.il of Poilo Rii ei has issued ,1 pioel.i-  111.Uion frriyinu- that eitrlit -oldiei- weie  killed .mcl U111 ty-foni wounded as a  le.ulL of the bouib.ndnient ol the ioils  .tL-S.ni Juiin Iiy ,1 pciiLinii (it Ileal Ad-  inual SaiiipsDn's lleet 011 Mav 12. lie  idd-I hat I wo gun*, weie dismounted  al iiie)'. 10 Cislle, whicli olhei wise was  liliie elam.'^e I. Tht; olher toils .ue  nob much Inn t. In Lhe tow 11 one shot  peiieti.ited ill" pal ice and l (Oinei oi  the powdei house w.i-c ,111 led away.  -The-SpaiM-li transput t. Alphouso-Xlil-  .iiid a Kpiin**li fi������"i;lil -teamer wei.e  damaged by the United States ships'  fin*.  Colo.v, Cor.u.-.miA. May 19.��������� Ifc was  rumoiecl hei e yeslenl.ty ch.ittht* Spanish sijuadion positively intends to  tone h nt this poi t.  Glui: yctak. May 19.���������Five fiist ilass  battle ships and .111xill1.il y . rmsers.lhe  Rapido. Alphonso XIII, Buenos Ayies  and Antonio Topcziauel Ihree torpedo  boats ,110 now at Cadi-/. le.uly foi sc.-i,  .mil are expected to sail foi ihe Plull-  ipincs betoi-e the eiiil of the month  with eleven thousand tioop*.. J  St. UYAriNTHi:. Qt'ii., II.iy 17.���������It is  iliuost cei tain lliatatmniliei of deaths  resiiitocl fiom (he fire heie early yesterelay men limn to <i loin] of lotirteen.  which mav be still further incieased.  Nine bodies, several undentlfied. are  now lyiriR at the hospital. Thiee per-  *-on*_. ate still missing nnil it is thought  must"he* buiieel m the liiins.    ���������  St. Thomv-*. May I". ���������It is reported  heie thi-, mot nine; that em .Sunday last  f 1 om noon until 0 p. 111. twenty seven  ve-sels slowly steamed wosieily. 1101 lh  of Toitii*ja Island, which is foity inile-  C'.ist of St. Thomas. One steamer,  which approae heel the land, showecl  the Sp.mi*-li colois.  Port Au Pitixct;, May 18.���������A great  sensation was eausecl heie by .niiv.il  yestei day of tin. niilil i:y coiniiianelei  of the Isle of Toittic������a," who Inouy-ht  word to the II.iytt.iti w.u clc*p,r.itm������i.tit  of what is "believed to have been a  naval engagement on Sunday. The  commandant leached Port De P.iix  ft 0111 Isle of Toi tinja in a canoe and  reported to the warotlii-ethat thiough-  out the whole of Sund ty veiy peisis-  tetit cannonading couleriie* lie*aid east  of the city and fiom its d.ir-ition and  intensity there was a stiong piesiim-  ption that 11 veiy seiious action w.is in  progress. A thick log piev.iiling at  the time* made it impossible to distinguish any vessels which might be engaged.  Nnv Yof.k May 10.���������A despatch  from Paiis says: The Patrie continues  its violent campaign against the Americans. rZ.ery form of insult is used.  It dies to excite public opinion by  ik'il.uiiig that in 1S70 Aiifei ic-i congratulated Germ iny upon victo'ies  ovei France as "the triumph of civilization over I1.1tInrisni.*"  government snp-  111 Voinon on the  been   noiiiinateci  lion banner.  ' A  1 (invention   of  poi leis is to be held  2Slh.  _ The Inland Sentinel slates thai    Mr.  Mil lines. _il. P . will run as opposition  c indidale 111 Noi I h Nan.u mo or Conn,*..  This is pnibablv untitle. '*  In Vaiiiemve-i, Mr. I). G. Mc Dculnel  is spoken ol as a pi ob/ible ODiiosiLum  candidate*, while* Captain T.-llnw in ey  1 iiii'Vin Jthe govei iiinent side. ' Mi.  Geoicre B.ntlej- m.iv statitl foi election  is a '���������* l.i'ioi " eatididatc*. ,   '    .  A. E. Kim aide, who is in tow 11, s u-s  lhat the Gi eal Western Ltd will -tail  woi 1. 011 the Nettie L as soou as i)(is-  sible. He has taken Ml. Olio Abeling  ovei theGie.it Western niiiie lei entlv  ami I'l.it ���������icntleniaii tlmii.s. veiy well  ol the pi op.-i ty.  ���������Coc-oanul 111,il-, a bar assot tinent  and cheap.���������0   B. lliune to (Jo.  The Pi01 nice, the big ilium in the  Diistoe 1*. I11.1-*. band, is bieakiug ils  neck lo get .lot Si.utinto inn lo; V'an-  LUIIM'I .  Ret. .T. Eistiiiscii will conduct sei-  vice in the* Nm wegian language m the  Met hod ist-Jii hill ell ���������lo .not low��������� all ei-  111101. at *i o'clock for the Scatidin.ivi.m  lesidents.  ���������Foi e-onienie: ce of the O. P. R.  ofiicials tlie* Molson's bank w-ill he open  tonight lrom 7 to 0 o'clock, the bank  having made .111 aiigemenls to i.ish the  pay 1 hecks without ch.iige.  j~s "vi up. for hotels  -OJl_  Uume to Co.  ���������Five gallon kc  pi 11 e aw ay down.-  ���������Choic e in iple -vrim. in half gallon  and gallon tins.���������(J.I". flume to Co.  ���������Diessin.iking��������� I beg to call the  attention ol the ladies of Revelstoke  totliel.ietlti.it I ,1111 again prep ired  to do ladies'and childiens' d.i���������sliiak-  mg rind plain sewing, .mil would be  pleased to lec-eive eneleis atinyiesi-  dciiee on Thud stieet, one door 1101 lh  ot the Cow.111 blot k.���������.Mis. l'araclis.  Spanish    Squadron   Enters  Santiago Harbor  ���������Tei pi (T-pec*toi*s ami miners���������An A 1  "lend e>f Indian Ceylon tea put up in  1,5. and 10 lb water proof bags especially ad.ipte*cl fo: packina:, will stand  .my weather, nny be obtained fiom  W. U. Pease & (Vs. at model ale pi ice.  Also Tetley's and othei fiist-class te.is.  Telegraph In Brief.  The Prussian newsp.ipci.s are ex-  piessing sympathy villi Spain.  The United hitates win'hips left Key  West on Fiiday _v.mn._r.  A Spanish fleet has ,111 iveil at Can.ii y  Islancls fiom Cape Vei ill*.  The' Jamaica legislaliite has voted  $S5,000 aeldilional lor local delence.  C'eieven's fleet is lepoiteel to have  sailed fiom Santiago elc Cuba.  Gladstone is to be inlei reel in Westminster Abbey, pieihablj- 011  Tuesday.  The' principal p.ut of the Upper  Cui'edri college is to be decoialed us O.  M. G.  M. Grabtun anel Alice Baker lost  thcir'lives in the Rat Pen tage fire.  Tnm Alulty. (he R.iwelcui murderer,  was hanged at JolteLle.Que .yesleiel.iy.  Right Hon. Aithur R.iltoiir is seriously ill.  Sir Wilfred Lauriei is confined to  his loom.  Gladstone's Inst woid was "Amen."  The new Spanish cabinet takes ellecl  today.  Dewey is maintaining an effectual  blockade of Manilla.  The fc>pani**!i fleet is icpoiled to have  anived at Sanligo de Cuba.  Ten il ill* loss ol life has been caused  bv a cyclone prevailing in Wisconsin.  Iowa anil Illinois.  The Atisti.ili.111 sympithy is with  the United Slates and Australians  f.nor,iii Anglo-Saxon union. .|  Spain is actively piotccting her sea-  poils in tbe O.Inaiy and Balearic  island-.  A Madrid elcspale-li reports ahoni*  banlmer.t without dam ige at Sanligo  dc Cuba.  SERIOUS FIRE AT RAT PORTACE  The Opera Horse Block Suddenly  Burst Into Flame and the Fire Extended All Round ��������� Spa.n Organizes  Another Reserve Squadior.��������� Sampson  Has Got the Spani-h Admiral Where  He Wants Him���������British Soldier Shot  by a Spanish Sentry ��������� Spain Secures  a Coaling Depol Fiom France Near  St. Pierre, Nev/foundland ��������� American  and British Newspaper Correspondents  to be Fired Out of Spain  Special to the Hi kalii  GiniiALTHii, May 20. -Spain has or-  giitn/.ed imolliei sqii.idlon consisting  ol onu li.it He shin, Ine ci niseis, thiee  lot pedo boats and dcsLnncis, while* at  the smie time (iig.mi/.mg a rescue  squ.idion fen the Phillipme ..  Kvr Poutaoi:. May 2\)--?, .1,. in-,���������A  vei v dis islious fito nc( lined hen* lo-  iiighl. The F.n ley Opet.i Co. plaved  "She" 111 Ihe Ilill.ud House The  audience dispeised at 2315. At 2.1 '.10  theu*. was all al.nni ot hie And almost  as it by magic the whole building tilled  Willi smoke and Haines Inoki: out lirmi  the Ihealie pait ol the building. Those  Ii.imiii; looms 111 the iiont poi lion of  lhe bi'ilding 111 maged to get out, bul  saved no peisciti.il elUels The opei a  eoiiip.iiiv lost all then baggage and  costumes. The Iiie extended lo the  Golilci leslatn.int and tlie office ol D.  II. (Jiune, insin.nice agent and to..n  la. eollectoi, ou lhe noi 111 sale ol  Second St. Theii lo-s was total,  (-j.udnei i__ Co. and Geo Di ewey. who  h ue waiehousl's 011 lhe Mine side of  lbe-licet, weic* slightly damaged. A  leiclu'ei in the 0)11-1.1 house 1- lins-mg  Wixmpiio, May 21) ���������At the Roman  Catholic and Anglican servues heie  Vi'steicl.iy lel'i'ieiice w ismade to Gladstone's death, li'ghlv eulogistic oi the  dead staLesinan. The, li igs aie, halt  mast ed on all public buildings, bus'iness  place-, and pnv.ite icsiclenees.  God I lev's j'teatbaiitl will be heie on  .Tune 7lli. - ,  "Mai.hid, .May 10��������� Midniglit, i ia  pan-,���������The Spanish s(|iihIioii has  in lie eel at Santiago de Cubi without  ne ( uli'nl. ~  Aduccl, mc'ssenerer fiom Santiago  de Cuba conHitiis llie i epni t of the  .11 n\a! ot the Spanish squ.idion theie.  The despalche*. say th it the event  i.ins**i1 intense enlhiisi.isin theti'.  KlXGS'UIN. .I~.maic.~a. iMay IS).��������� Two  United Si.ilts w u ships, whose names  w eie not di-( ei nible iienii the shoie,  appealed oil Srinli.igo de Cib.i ycstei-  day, while lhe -Icamel Ailula, which  an 1*. eel lieie tio.n that point with  letugees was 111 the haiboi. They  appioachcd and (hew the lite of hit-  tenes.it the hailani entiauie. tt is  not tei lam whelhci iiie w.nships  leplied to the hie. The hung continued lio:n noon to 1 o'clock.  ���������MADHl������,=-May lO.-^-A-despale h���������fiom  Havana says tiiat S.mti igo de Cuba  has been "liiimliaided, but no gieat  damage done.  Washi-noton'. M 15' 20. ��������� Admit a!  Sampson is now 111 possession ol lull  inl'oLiinition and will be 1egul.11 ly and  frecpiontly inloimed of the .1ppu.11.mcu  ol the eiieinp. The Spanish Admiial  is now or soon will be cut oil and  and unable to letuin iu any eliiuction  wJllisafi'ty.  London, May 10���������A special fiom  Madrid say-thai the new cabinet w ill  expel fi onr Spanish Icintoiy all 11-11-  lesnondenls of Aniencan newsp.ipei-  anel -uc 11 Bi itish e one-poiideiit-, as aie  .si.spii'lcii of sending objciliori.ihlo  mutter.  Vai.i.kio, Cat... May 10.���������Tho cruis-  e*i Ch.dle-lon. whiih sailed vestc-iday  for the Philii[)ii)es with .-immunilioii  and supplies for Dewey, had to leliiin  to dm k this morning on account of  hei eoiiilensets being out of oidc-r.  aM'o-s-THUAi.. Mav 10.���������It i.s lepoiteel  hen* that Senoi Polo has ai 1 anged for  a tnalnig depot near St. Pierie, a  Flench ceilcuiy on the south coast ot  New Foundl.ind. at which the Cadiz  scjuadion will coal pi eviously to nil licking the Atlantic; seabo.iid, while lho  Cape Veule squad]on draws off (he  scpiadi ons commanded by Sampson  and Schley.  Ni.w Toi-ic. May 10.���������A sp"cial finm  Kingston. Jamaica, says tli.it a tele-  gi.n'n Tiom Poi t Jloiant, tuned I p. m.  advises thai ti laige iiiuiiliei ot steamships apparentlv war ships, have been  seen going noithwvid at .1 tiemendous  rate ot speed, he iding in the diiection  ot Santi igo Fe. Cuba.  Gl~lR,-.l.Tj\n. May 10.���������A number of  British solelieis bolting yesteiday  attei noon altcir.ptcd to laud on .Spanish soil, whcieiipon asenl 1 y liicd upon  them, wounding one man.  RESUME  OF THE  SESSION  A Review   of   the Work   Doic   in   the  Provincial Legislature  no. 2.  When ve consider the public acts  thai h ive been passed. 01 lather lhat  aie about to be passed, it is not so  easy to classify ami analyze theni so  as to in a slim t letter indicate their  general eliec I. Bi icily, all our 1111-  po> innt inleiesls li.no had consideration and have been dealt with 111 ai  conipiehetisivi'and ell'eelive in inner.  The levision and consolidation ot the  statutes, which in tlieir completeness  and utility must ever remain a monument to the wisdom and ability of the  gentlemen entrusted with this itiipoit-  itnt wot k, wet e liniilly 1 oiiipleted and  aul hoi i'/.cd.  N.itiually at lhe piesent lime rail-  wav (levciopineiil. niining inleiesls  nnd agi ic-ultiuc aie atti.u ' ing a con-  pitnous sh.ue of the alleution of the  people ol ihe piovince and of the investing public outsnleol the pi ounce.  "Iiese snl-jet. is h.ne been de lit with .1-  .ill c.tilv staled in .1 most ( ompiehcn-  sive imiiiiii'i, By lhe Public Woi ks  ut the go.ernnic'nt has piovided .1  system ol aid tow-aids construe tion  which allecls evei v impoit.iiit p.ut of  il. So f.n as it goes it is continuous  and complete, that is lo say. tlie existing systems of communication in lhe  southern p.ut ol the province and  11101 e dn t*( t connect ion with the (ities  ol the coast. In I he neu th the government has taken hold in .1 bold and  niasteiliil 111.inner of .1 ������eiious and  1.ii 1 c.ielung pioblem. one whic.li af-  lecf-s not 011lytl1ee0111mere1.il int<*!i"-ts  ol the piovince, brt leads the way to  an e.xtiaoidinai y dc~ elopuient nf such  1 ic hiy nimeialij-.ed disti lets as Oa: ilion.  Omincca and Cassiar. and opens a way  thiough Bi itish Coluinbi-i tenitoiy  to the'iiches ol the I.ir-t,lined Yukon,  thei ehy conse'i vmg lo tne pi ovmce the  liade wh.eh natinally beloims to it  and develops new lields of exploitation  w itliin Ihe piovuue it-elf. So tar as  the Yukon 1 ail way is ( oncei ned, the  Jtovei iiinent has pl,iei>d it upon a sclt-  iiiaintaiiiing b isis and pioiulLil .1  me.lns of letnupmg the piovimi* for  the expendil nte involved. The ultiui-  ale e'tec t oi tins ciiiiipiehen.sii i* lail-  way policy it is difficult to le.ili'/.c, and  it will lake ten yens al least to Itilly  appi-eii.ite the wisdom of the policy  lh.it Ins been enteied upon.  Willi this notthotn p.u t of the piovince opcnedjip and the l.tige'liiming  and industrial population located theie  and 'the important inleie-ts which  H.i\c been cieated and the huge population whicli have found a place in  Kootenav and Y.le, the lemauiing  problem foi the pi ovmce 111 the way of  l.nlw.iy de.clopment will lie to connect  these exliemc poi I ions by a line of  nnlvriv iiimnng thiough the gteat  nth plateau ot the Inteiioi. 1 With  ti.ifiic alie.uly piovided tor at. both  ei'ils tin- w ill be a coinpaiatively easy  I isk lo accomplish and will not-eall  foi t lies.'.ii'eassisiaiii e or support finm  the Gniei nmeiit us lhe 01igit1.il deiel  opineiit did. j  jMinmc; legislation in the Province  had already leached .1 pretty fair stage  of development .md not mill b was  nee o. sai v tliu big this session to lm thei  it-> inteicsts, -Howevei net ess ny~  iniondments have been made which it  is hoped pi ove beneficial.  No. 3.  The ever-giowing agricultural interests which have ieeently assumed .1  veiy l.ngo degree of impoitance in  view ol the ii:ci ease, of population and  the; demand for food supplies ha\e li id  spec 1 il attention paid to them. Pei-  hips no othei industiy has been so  c ai elully fosteied, as indeed no othei  industiy desei ves such a caietnl cun-  sielet ation hei 111-1; ultimately upon the  pi odd. tion of t he soil must depend out  piospentv. The amendment, "to the  F.n meis'Institutes Act and lhe laige  appiopi-iatioii made in tlu'ir behalf as  well as the piovision made lot llie continuation ot I he dvmg system of llie  Fi.iai'i Valley logethei with the veiy  mipoi tantrmeasure piovirting-f.-ii- the-  estalilisliment of .I'Miitu il Ciedit j\s  sue 1,it ion- which it is hoped lias s.iti���������  tac totily sohed the pioblcn of cheaj)  money, rind the othei legislation in  bell.ill ol the ngi ic ult.11.il mdustiv  inust tend to place that on .1 much  11101 e solid and pioiriessivc footing, lt  now but 1 em.litis lot- the f.iimeis to  tako advantage of the exceptional op-  pm Utilities to reap the lull lewaicl of  llieii-elloi ts.  Liboiu legislation too has been of a  most im])oi taut (I1.11.uter and thcloni.  eouise ot pievions legi-1 ition which  h.is led up to il. has placed the lalioui  iiiteii'st- ol Ihi- countiy in a most ad-  iant.igeo.is,-iii(l see-in e "position. Perhaps in no other put of lhe lBiiti-h  limpiie exiepl in New Zeal ind hn- -o  much .ittenl 1011 been |).iid 10 the iahni  problem as in lhis picivine-'* and it can  not be suceesstiilly assei led that then*  tne anv lights of labour which aie not  fully rinilridecpirilely piotecti'd.  1-Jistly. tin*question of redi-tribution  has been taken up and deak wjlli. The  ine 1 ease of population m Kiioten.iv  and ol hei p.ntsof the piovince have  had aiiiple lecogmtion and fi\e* mine  seats have been added to the piesent  number of members in the house. Of  coui-e, in a guiwini. countiy like this  and in one 111 wliii h the ( oiiditimis ,m.  -o divei-e and its population -o S( ;it-  leied it is dilfu ult. indeed, impossible  to gi-.e lepiesent.ition on any fixed 01  ntinifiic.il basis While t onsen ing  the lights of the older pacts of the piovince to have their icpie-ent-ition  alteicd as lit' l<* as possible the newer  element has lieen fully coiisideieel anil  while the icdistiibution moa-iiie may  not be a pel feet one it is as tail ly 10m-  lilfte and s.itisfac toty as is possible  con-ideiing all the* eiri-iini-t.inci's ol  the* pi-ni im e. It 1-po-sible that in a  year ot two owing to the 1 apiil. one  might say almost phenoiiieti.il deiel-  eipiuent taking pl.11 e it will be lieces-  s.n y that it should lie revised.  Altogether it seems the veidlrt le-  ga-.ding the whole woik of the session  as well as the ent 11 e policy of the goi-  einmeiit must be clet ideclly a favorable  one. In anoLher issue it will be po-sible  to consider some of the measuies inoie  in detail.  THE DECISIVE  BATTLE  Jfc-xpected    to   Occur   at   Key-  West Shortly    "  NO COALING IN NEWFOUNDLAND  Gladstone Will be Buried in Westminster Abbey on Tuesday ��������� Tribute of  Respect Paid b7 the Canadian Commons��������� Cercvera's Squadron'Has Left  Santiago d: Cuba��������� Fifteen Thousand  Insurgents Advancing on Havana ���������  Driving in the Saanish Troops  Special to the ILikild  Key West, May 21..���������The meeting  of the two great hostile fleets is the*  pivot upon whicli the situation now  tm ns, and in a few days peih.ips the;  eouise of events w ill bring them together, is the univeisal view here til  the base of opeiations. This view is  confirmed by the news that Cei event's '  -"cju.idion has 1 cached Santiago de*  Cuba. This intelligence came vestei-  day.  Nnv,- Yohk, May 21.���������The Evening  Woild has copyrighted a despatch  ft run Pent. An Prince saymg that  Maximo Gomez with 15,000 lelicls is>  closing in on Havana. The adv-intc.  guaiels. led by the negro chief. Quintit  B.indr.i, while on the march, hieb SOO  Spanish tioops, who after a skiimish '  took flight. .   *  Key   West,   May   21.���������Oier forty  cases of ammunition weie   found  yestei clay on the Spanish steamer Aiigiir-*  antii. e.iptuied   liming  the first  days  of   the   war.    It   wvis   on'hoaid   this^  steamer that   Coitijo, Weylei-'s bioth-  er-in-law,   wtis   i-.iptuied   with-other  Spanish solcliei-s.now pnsoneisin Foit-  Macphersoti, Atlanta. ">  Loxdon. May 21.���������Several loyal  biithday honors nie to .lie tonferied^  on Canadi.-uis. Pelli'ticr.Spe.il.er of the *  Senate-Edgar, of th.-" Commons, and  Bnni'inot, Cle'i k " of the-'Hnuse. are to '  be made Knightsr c>f St. _\Iich.iel and-  St. Geoige.'  Petehboho, May 21.���������Alex. Smith.,  a farmer, was trampled to ' death yes-  tei day by a bull.  Kingston-, May 21. ���������-.Capt. Von  Sii.xbenzie has been appointed professor of Arlilleiy at (he military "college." .  Ottawa, May 21.���������In the commons, .  tiibutes   of  iespect   to Mr. Gladstone.',  weie   yesteidny   paid   by Sii Rich.nel  C.ntwiight   and   Sir Chailos Tupper.  A committee was appointed   todnift   ���������  1111  expression   of   sympnthy with the  hei caved family  ���������STv~-JorixSr2Nfei~f--Nr.iy-21f=Th~e-gov--~  eminent is taking steps to prevent the  Sp.mifrhC.idi/. squndion fiom getting'  coil in Newfoundland waters nnd  will at oris-e dispatch' the' colonial  revenue cruiser. Fiona,' to patrol the  south coast and leport the piesence of  stiange shipping. Bi itish war ships  are also piepaiing to visit there*.  - /  '���������' .* "J E  u:  !-"0'         - r I  *-*?!.-    ' '-'I  ���������.(;?&/.*     ,*:.i|  "V *-**"'   -*  f rX\  '          ���������    il'lJ,   1  -������  i-*-'^.-^!  . ' *j e     ���������?���������> 1  .,   .,-;_  sJ/4l  -������, J'^"S!,II  *���������           r "j*    ,1  ',- U V   ;|  -  '     '<> ?! ."* '1  " u/u%\  * u M  ��������� ���������-  1 -~r-'  '     < -.''.t'V-r-*;  *. -,"  .*,;.."_  - - i,v.-v  0        ���������;""(  "    - v-i.  -.   - rUi^l  \                                              C J**"fn I  ''  -J-*^JJ?  '             v  -   - ���������    .v.  ~    *"          eS-'-r"  ,       -4      ,,V"   .         "���������  ���������   ��������� t*~^   o- *,''_.  J             *     -  % _ j7   tr-  '  -"*      <"    -, n  '            '- M:  -   !__.������     ->7  -,    ;   ^  ^  ������   1  1        7-fl  * *'*- 1  .~i *-"*|  Tod-i  Jrrs.  went  J. .1. Foley was in town fiom Airow-  hc.id yesteid.-iv. He says the chief  eelebiatinn theie next Tuesday will be  the dance in the evening. Anybody  geiing down fiom here in the morning  will be able* to take a tnp on the  steamer,tn the Lauding or the Hot  Springs on the lake and leluiii in  t imi* lor tlie dance, thus iiiaK'mp .11 "i y  enjoy ible method of spending tli^d.iy.  a *s Local Ncw s.  J. Fied Iluine. M. P. P., .ind  Hume cunt' in on the No. 2 and  south this nioinnig. ������4        __  Gold Commissioner Griffith of  Donald came in on ye��������� terelay's No 1  and ifgisteied at the"Revelstoke.  Building opeiations have commenced  on ihe addition to the Hotel Revelstoke.  The final dispositions of the Methodist confci-cnee place ttev. Mi. Thomp-  "iii nt ]-_ve*l*.t(*ke and Rev. J. A.  Woods at Kif-lo.  The Methodist pulpit will be taken in1  the morning by Mi. Alton, lately fiom  London. Out., and in the* evening by  Mi. R. Howson, who will lake for his'  subject "The Gic.ite_._j Question."  Tlie Inland Sentinel has published as  a supplement a veiyclevei biidseyi*  view of .Mr. Gladstone'*- life compiled  bv A. II. Staife on the same piincipk*  as his well known ch.ut of English liis-  t-113-. It-s publication is .1 commendable piece of jo.:i n.-ilistic enteipiise.  TheVic-ir nf St.Peter's attempted  a little amateur lot clearing yeMei-elay  .uid gave the No. 2 file biigade.-i  chance to do something for their  country. It took theni aiiout an lioui-  10 get the Iiie under contiol. .is it was  burning pietty fieirely in the bieeze,  but the sihool ebildten, wlm weie just  goinghome.it the time had lots'of tun.  Tli" Molli'* Hughes  group, one "mile  fiom New Deuvei, bids lair to  take a  piomiiient place among Sloe-.m mining  pi opei ties.    It lias been held for a long  time   by   an   old    prospee ten-   named  Hughes, who would not allow  anycni*^  kaidly   even   to   go   near it.    He ni.s.  eientuaily   attacked by  Blight's dis--"  ease, and 1 wanting  to  leave the countiy. --old tbe propel ty-   f������ii'$3,501) to a  syndicate   of   New*  "Denver men, who  have since bonded it   for S40.000 to 1111  English company.     The*   piopeity   is  li'.niing  out *noutlet fully   well nuclei*  development and the company intend>  to have forty men   working on it ttli->'  season,   '  .*��������� ] I'i  I.i-'  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in Interests of  Kevelstoke. Lardeau, Bite Bend, Tiout Luke  lllecilloWttOt. Albert Omiyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle l"ass DUtricls.  A. JOHNSON Proprlelo".  O. E. GROGAN Editor.  PROHIBITION  A Seml-Wiokly    _  interests n( Re>'('l*>l-ko and  Journal, published In the  __ uko and  thu eurrotiiinlnx  district, Wednesdays and .-nturduj b, iiiukuiK  :lo*e_i connections with all ttains  AdvertUlnK Hales: JMspluy ad-i. SI M I'i'r  columnluch.*2.l~0pcrlnchwheninsi-rtidoiitltlu  onee. 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Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke. 3. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All correspondenco . mnsf bo legibly  written on one side of the paper ������nly.  2. Correspondence contuininK personal  matter muBt be siirned with ti._ pr pernamu  of the writer. . ,     " , .     ���������. ���������  3. i ,'orreapondenee with referonce to an>  thine that has appeared iu another piuer  inust first bo ofTerej for publicaimn to that  paper before it can appear in Tiik Hubacd.  SATURDAY.  MAY  1SUS.  " Lord Esther, in bidding farewell  to the bench and bar of England,  made a noteworthy address, in  which he set forth the highest  standard-; of tcjuity as the.rule of  "English law. Unsaid: "J never  have allowed myself to think that  avpidicial tribunal ought to allow  a person's rights to be overthrown  because there may be some  mistakes in ' the preliminary investigations by those who were  his advisers. I am speaking of  civil actions and disputes between  parties, aud in regard to the-se the  dutv of the judge is to find out  "-what is the rule that honor, candor  aud fairness in the position of .the  two parties would apply iu respect  tei the matter in hand. That i.s  tlie common law of England, and  there is uo other -law. It is not  only the common, law, but when  we come to the equity law it is the  s-ame thing.' The law of England  i-* not a science, it is a practical  application of the rules" of  right  -  and wrong to   a   particular   case  .by the-court."  HE DIDN'T ACCEPT  Why the" Hotel Tout Toiled in Vain the  Other  Morning.  The Winnipeg Nor'Wester says:  "On this morning's train from the  West was Chief of Police English of  Calgary, bringing with hiin a prisoner  for the Provincial prison who was  heavily shackled, as is the custom  when travelling. Both were in plain  clothes and as they stepped oft' the  train they were immediately accosted  -by an-ent'erprisiiig-toirtr^f rem-a-well-  known north end hotel.  The Chief of Police preserved a stern  and uninviting se\ erily of aspect, so  lhe tout turned his attention to the  prisoner, nut noticing that he was  manacled. The tout sang his psalm of  praise for some time and as his prospective victim begin to smile, he redoubled his efforts to induce the man  to become upuest of the hotel he was  so energetically representing. Suddenly he caught sight of the shackles  and swiftly "took a tumble." His retreat was inore expeditious than dignified but he had time to lipar the  mocking laughter of the amused spectator.--, who one and all choiu**ed.  '���������Worked again old 'chap, wotked  ng.iin."  To tho Editor of The Hi.tt.u_.  Silt: My attention has been called  to your ({notation in a recent issue of  an English opinion of tho results of  local option in Norway. I consider it  misleading fnr several reasons.  The failure of a  local  option  law in  Noiwuv would have no bearing whatever upon the ([iiestion of national prohibition  in  Canada.     All   men   know-  how iu   Canadian   local   option   campaign.!     ihe.   fri'(|ueiit   objection   has  been that the area covered  by  prohibition   i.s   loo   small   to    be  strongly  ellVclive, nnd a national law  would be  immensely   more   elVor.live.     Then it  local option   law  does  not  cover   tl e.  prohibition ol'   manufacture   and   importation c 1'liquors  which   i.s   a   veiy  important  pari. o[  the  iiueslion   proposed in the plebiscite on   prohibition  We   are   accustomed   tu    sweeping  assert ions    concerning     the    alleged  failure   of    prohibition   made   in   the  interests   of   the   Kipior   Lraflie.   The  tralliu as protected by law li is st "iidily  increased its  business  and   no.v   it   is  the recognized source of time-fifths or  four-fifths of nil crime,  povei ty,   vice  and insanity  in   every civilized   lum'.  Those   interested   linnnci.-illy   in   lhis  business, eitlu r directly or indiri c ly,  and  those  whose*,   appetite  for  drink  does not leave  I hem  free  to  give,  an  unprejudiced judgment, arc now using  everv'pretext to   prevent  enlightened  public sentiment from closing up  the  barrooms.    They have been forced  to  discontinue their defence ot them, and  their  last  lesource  appears  to   ho in  trying to convince the people that, men  aie such  sluyes   of   appetite   and   so  wedded to the whiskey jug that pio-  hibitory     law   would    be.     generally  defietl.    Harry   P.   Crowell   w;is   the  urnnngcr of the iiiiti-prohibiuon force s  in Pennsylvania a  few  years  a~ro,   in  which seveial hundred  thousand dollars lwas_ expended  in   defeating the  proposed" prohibition   amendment lo  the     constitution.      Afterwards in  a,  published   interview  with  Co'.  U. S.  Ohev-er. he told the  methods  purs-nol  in purchasing space in new-pap-'is and  in influencing  voter-:.     Among  other  things,   he   said:     "We.   talked   high  license   all   the   time.    Never   try  to  defend the saloon, if so  you  lose the  influence of the church   members and  ministers, but Lalk about (he revenue,  cider, taxation,  anel  especially  prohibition don't prohibit,,  and   clamor  ror  high license."   This is now the method  pursued   everywhere   by   the    liquor  (raffic to. protect   the   business   fivm  being outlawed.    The' license  holders  protective   association   of   Canada  is  organized   with   plenty   of   funds   to  carry on a campaign along these line-,  The     most     unscrupulous    methods,  judging   fiom   past    history,   will   be  'reported tn in- order   to   misled   tbe  people.   The object, of  their  eli'orls is  not to  protect   the   nation   from   increased drunkenness-,  of   which   they  hypocritically     feign  a   fear,   but   to  protect     themselves   fiom   a   loss  eif  business which they know -would  certainly follow prohibitory law.     Tlieii  well-founded fears are among the bust  of evidences of lhe  lair  success  of a  prohibitory law.  - The quotation you give from an  English correspondent, does not indicate that he gives a fair statement of  the case in Norway, In that country  nearly all rural communities have,  been for many years under local prohibition and tho cities have had a  svslem of "brandy companies"' who, {  after paying nn interest on capital. J  paid surplus protits to Various pliil.in 1  thiopies. In lS'M only 2') places out-I  side of the cities licensed the trafllc. '  The results in Norway indicate tb:>r, \  in the cities under the. company's  systeuidninkenness steadily continues. \  but in the rural districts, containing j  two-thirds the population, under pro- ,  hibition. di unkenness has diminished, i  lb s lion Id be remembered^ thn/. as laie '_  7T^lSS3~riieT;e~iyefe"ii;721 ~llistiIIcTrie.s_fiT"f  Norway and the nation was fine of the \  mostdtunken in Europe. The appal- .  ling effects of intemp?r:ince aroused !  the Government to t:ike the steps of [  legislation above indicated. The :  result of such legislation was lately j  told in the London, Eng., Times by I  James Whyte ot the United Kingdom  alliance.    Lie says: j  "Sweden and Norway are no-  the -oherest countries  the  A   MONTE  CARLO  TRAGEDY.  An  Three Syutems   of  Growing ��������� The  Slngl*  Stem ..nincliiiiK Kyatoni.  Dahlias aro most satisfactorily grown  from roots, which can bo snfely planted  ���������when tho  danger  of  freezing  i.s over.  Thero nro   threo   distinct   systuins  of  growing, the host of which is tho singlu  litem branching system.    This method  docs nwuy with   lho  unsightly  stakes  nnd produces lino, symmetrical plants of  medium height. In athcrwords, a plant  growing 5 fuut high  tinder the old system of staking would grow but U 1-11 to  ���������1 fcut high under lho now .system and  product)  ninny moro llowcrs on  longer  stems.   To secure this result,, so soon as  tho sliootB appear  in  the spring all but  tho strongest  ones  should bo removed,  and the couter of this pinched ont. thus  causing ifc to brunch. By a repetition of  this pinching  as  tho  branches  appear  any number of branches can bo secured.  This mo-hod of "pinching back" is simply  assisting   uaturo   by  causing  tho  plants to branch  out  at  the surface of  tho ground instead  of ono or two feet  above, thus enabling them to withstand  tho severest storm without tlio  assistance of stakes, writes a  contributor to  The Orange Judd Farmer and authority  for tlio following:  To secure tho best results in dahlias  thorough cultivation is. necessary. The  sui'fauu of tho soil about tho plants must  not only bo kept scrupulously free from  weeds, but thoroughly stirrod afc all  time. This stirring of tho soil should  bo to a considerable dept^a-at first whilo  tbe plants aro small, thus'causing'thein  to root deeply and preventing too soft a  growth. As soon as they come into  bloom, however, all deep cultivation  should ceaso anel tho surfneo bo stirred  only to a depth of but ono to two  inches. As soon as tho .lowers begin to  grow smaller a top dressing of well rotted mauuro or any good fertilizer should  be applied to tho surface about the  pianls and carefully worked in.  Another subject on whicli there is a  diii'erenco of opinion among dahlia  growers is tho proper timo of planting  to secure the liuest blooms for exhibition purposes. It is a well known fact;  that roots or plants planted late, say  during July, will products larger flowers  durii~g_Scp.ember than thoso planted  earlier in the season, because the first  flowers produced by tlio plant aro always the largest and most perfect.  From experience in Now Jersey, bow-  ever, lho writer has found that dahlias  planted tho last of April to first of May  will bloom during Juno and continuously until killed by front; if properly cared  for. If exhibition flowers aro desired,  liowovor, these plants may be cut down  to tho ground any timo during July.  Tho roots will then afc onco send out  strong shoots, and tho same euro should  bo given tis if newly planted, aud tho  results will be equally satisfactory.  Incident   Whicli   Mado  Binuiarok   an  Inveterate Enemy to Gambling.  Prinqo Bismarck has long been an inveterate enemy to tho wholesale system  of gambling, which is "preserved," as  it were, at Monto Carlo and similar establishments on thu continent.  His antipathy is duo to a tragedy  which was enacted under his very eyes  at Baden Badon more than SO years  ago. During tho season at that placo,  which was of more .than average brilliancy, ho would himself go into ouo of  tho gambling saloons, wliich was frequented by tlio highest aristocracy and  tho members of the diplomatic corps.  All bough' ho played littlo ho would occasionally venture small sums. If lio  won, ho would vonturo his original  Muko again und again, but if ho lost at  the lirst coup ho retired from tho table.  (Jut! day whilo Bismarck was standing at a tablo a young nitin and a boau-  tiful woman camo in. Ilo was a baron  tun! had only recently married and was  on his wedding trip with his brido. The  man began to play. At lirst fortune favored him, and ho won.  Then bis luck turned. Ho began to  lose. With each loss ho becamo moro  desperate. Tho beautiful woman by his  fido vainly strovo to tear him away.  The i'over of gambling had taken hold  si' his brain. The moro tlio woman bo-  sought, the moro the man ventured.  Hundreds of francs grew into.thousands,  and thousands after thousands wero  raked in by tho croupier.  The w-holo tablo was watching this  lighter with fortune, and among tbein  no one was more intent than Bismarck  himself.  At lust the gambler put a larger stako  than ever ou tho table, aud again ho  lost.  IIo rose and whispered a word to his  wifo, and they left tho room together.  Nobody iii a gambling saloon heeds  tho ruined man, and tho game went on  us before', less feverishly perhaps and  without such largo stares.  Suddenly, without a moment's warning, tho report of a pistol rang through  tho room. Some people hurried out.  There on tho ground lay the body of  tho ruined man, a bullet wound in bis  head, from which a thin stream of bloott  was flowing. By. tho side of tho body,  instructed, almost turned to stono by  the horrible situation, stood the beautiful young wifo, now a widow.  Suddenly bor restrained feelings ovcr-  cimio her, and with ono wild shriek sbo  fell by tho sido of tho dead man. Bismarck was ono of tho onlookers who  had seen tho result of tho fearful trage-.  dy. . ,    .   '.  "This horrible business must stop,"  ho exclaimed.  It did stop. In tho course of a few  years every public gambling-houso in  Germany was .abolished. ��������� Pierson'a  Weekly.           -     . _  HOMEOPATHY.  PRANK BARNARD  Brick and Stone Mason-  chimney  buildlnK   n   specialty.     Contracts  promptly attended   to.      Material   furnished  when culled for.      All   woik   guaranteed.  First Street,  Revelstoke Station.  If you want employment, or  looking for a houso to rout when  you reach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver Employment  and  House  Renting1 Agency  3.11,    Uastlniea    Street.    West.  Tfoe City Scavenger  ________-_.������. WFUScH'T  THE JVyLNLNG EXCJiJldNGE  FRONT STREET," REVEL8TO___E  Hest $1.00 a day house iii town.    White labor only.  Tho bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  ��������� Liquors   and   Cigars.  LID-ND & DDFJ1ULT, Proprietors.      el. V  PER,K,S, .Mgr,  IV  F. MeGJIKTi  Is prcpnrod to do nil  kinds of scavenging  round town.   All order, lurt at Tm: IIkhai,  oflloo and XV.  H. l*cuse ._   Company's storo  promptly   attended   lo.      Yard.,   limes and  privies cleaned.  ROBERT   FLEMING  Is prepoicd to do nil kinds of  LigUt Transferring  and  Carting"   .  Will meet all trains.   The delivery ot parcols  and fromtruins;u,(l to nnd from any part of  town will receive special attention.  Telephone your orders to XV. M. Liwrenco  and they will bo promptly attended lo.  .     ^-^ ROBERT FLEJVUjNS  Tfoe Vernon Soda  Water Works . ,  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manuf&ctutor nf Soda Water. 31ne;er  -Me, Sarsnpi'illa and nil Soft Drinks.  A full sunply kept in "took at McCarty's Cold faiornge. where orders  can Deleft. a20-s\v-t(  JAS.   MeMAHON  General  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  .Wholesale and .Retail Dealer in   ��������� PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JWIDTTOJM .MD SJllDSJIGE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City  tind Ferguson.  rierchant's Hotel  _  Illecillewaet, ft. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  *~~~" i'"ii"~r  Tlie   largest hotel  Vines and Trellises.  _tfany people are prevented from  planting grapevines nndnr the idea that  tho putting up of the trellis is a difficult and expensive thing to elo. But tho  first year a light stake will be all than  is reeiaireci to train tbo single shoot to,  and oven tho second year, whpu two or  three bunches of grapes may bo grown,  thp stake will be all that is required.  American Cultivator tells that a trellis  made by setting pests six feet apart and  five feet high above tbo snrface of the  ground will accommodate a single vine.  Wngone, heavy and lisht. built to order or  repaired    -Horseshoeing a specialty.    -  Shop on "DoukIis Street, Kast, ltsvclstoke.  S. Mc_M-)hon, Manager.  Shop on First Street, iust vest of Union  Holel. Itovelstokc Station. .Iim McMahon,  Mimagcr. ' .uU-lf  Wc Have a Good Supply of  nding  located  per     day  in  town.        Centrally  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  ." ,   Best  .-accommodation. Bates' ������1  Brown & Pool, Proprietors.  REVELSTOKE  Table furnished with  th^> choi_~eHh the market  affords. J_e,=t Wines  Liqtior.s     unci       wigars  L.00 a diij-I '   Monthly  rare.  T. ALRBI1T STONE. Prouiietor.  Material  and Lumber  ,*_*___!_  between tbe posts, but these wires must  not be left tight when cold weather  comes on, as the, contraction of tbo wire  by cold will surely break theni.  F,EVELST  .Leslie Hill, of the Glenhow ranche.  has disposed of his entire interest in  the same and invested in the mines of  British Columbia. Mr. Houghton,  who has pin chased the ranche. i.*> a  nephew of the late Sir Henry Abbott,  and was one of the survevors em-  jiloved by the C.P.K. in l)-~>3 to eurvey  t he Crow's Nest Pass 1 tail way. 'When  the St. Kiigone mine ������'���������* discovered  Mr. Houghton and otheis took cl iim*,  nu the siiiiie lead known as the Moyie  mine and Mr. Hill li.'n exchanged Ins  ranche lor one half of Mr. Houghton's  interest in tbe above el.iitn. Mr.  Houghton has a goi-.d ranche and -_Xl  head of the bes-t lioi.es in the country  and we sincerely hope that Mr. Hill's  mining venture'will turn out as well  as it now promises.  Calgary Herald.  We are in receipt of advance proofs  of three verv unicniepatnotiC'Piiv.-ite  Post Cards''in volors, issued by the  well known tirm of .1. C. Wilson to  Co.,paper makers.Montre.il. They will  lie very popular with the trade. The  tirst cnrel represents Uiitannia with  'trident.' and Columbia with olive  branch sitting with the* lion and eagle  ;<t their respective feet. The. Union  Jack with Stars and Snipes "crossed  the poles of which are joined by a  cordian knot, and below the two lings  two hands clasped,repi'esentiiig"Uriion  is Strength." A globe, the world,  between the fl.igs, with the mottoes:  ���������' One aim. one goal. Anglo-Saxon  Gloria Mundi." These cards will be  sold to the trade at $2.50 per thousand.  Stamp collectors aud piivnte* individuals will no doubt n**e lliPin for roire-  spondence in these war I imes. They  can be had retail from all stationers  and bookspllers in Canada and the  United States.  Limong ;  in   Europe.     i:i I  lhe beginning of the  present  century j  Ihey were the nt.iM drunken coun'ric.e i  in the world.    Th*~ir pte-enr.   com par-j  ativp snhi-ietv is the iPstilr,   almost ex- i  e-liisivcly     ot     stringent     legislation, j  Sweden and Norway nre not, yet cured i  I of intemperance, miich   of   it   s'ill ex- ;  ] i-ts and is doing giv.it   harm.      What j  I then must it have been   when   it   wis]  first seriously  grappled  will:?     Prior  to lhe enactment   of the  tempcninc**  laws of li") or so of the deaths  o[ adult  males about 12 were pretniiture   drink  deaths."   Other fact-Tare al*1"  pointed  out along the j.-line line.     The  fnct is  that Norway   as   a   nation   lias  heen  \von<l''rful!y"ben-*HtlP(l   by   lhe   widespread   adoption   of   Prohibition   for  in my years -ind Ii.ik been rescued from  a stat-* of (ltunkenness   in   roinpariunn  with   which   Cinii'ln   r,   exrccdiiiely  r-olier.   Thi. has li^pn done by  I'-nislu-  tion   wnrkincr   ncriinst  the   conlirui"d  hahits of thi. ppopl.; and   strnnalv f p-  pn->"d in the larger cities   which    ce.n-  tinuc the company .system   of oontre'l-  liug the tiMl-ic.  I could give yon manv oth<*r enroh-  or.-itive testimonies concerning Hies:;  things but space will not. permit.  In the plebiscite the peoplo will be  'asked if they are in fnvnr nf Prohibition. The understood condition of a  prohibitoty l-iw i.s that ir. sh'ili Iv enacted only if a majority are in favor |  of it. No one- ciaitns tha. the minority should impose law on the majority  llut that in tliis ,-is in oilier (pie.-itions  majorities must, rule' in harmony with  the piinciplc*. of-lu-ticc. Hence cviy  m.'i'i should --Liml up to be counted as  in favor of the ii'pioi- traillc oi* :ig,iin-.t,  it. lie is to lecord his own nef-onnl  principles on I he s-ubjet I. Questions  of revenue anel cnlorccinerit belong to  the (iovei-nuiC'i.t. Are ynn in favor of  llie prohibition of the liquor traffic in  C.intnla. providing' ihe* majority- of the  people desire* ill"' That is the pinctiral  epie-stion lo lie; answered by every  elector in the* plebiscite. Hv '-No'"  he makes himself responsible' foi- its  continuance. i1  Yours sincerely,  AV. A. Vkoo.~~.yn.  Calgary, May 11.  t.'nreconr,tructC(l   Bishop Wilmcr'a Application of It. to JIIs Work.  This is a story an Alabama man tells  mo of Bishop Wiliner, and I hopo you  won't think it too sectional. It happened soon after tho war. , Bishop Wilmer  had gono to a northern city to ask aicV  for a Confederate orphans' homo he was  interested in. He hadn't been north for  several years, and his old friends gavo  him a hearty welcome. There was a  dinner iu his honor, and after dinner tho  bishop was begged to tell a story or  two. The bishop said he hadn't a story.  "But,'- ho added, '"I've got a conundrum. Why are we southerners liko  ^Lazarus?"  - Tho guests���������they wero all "Union  men, by the way���������suggested many an-  i-wers. The southerners wero liko Iiaz-  -a.u_r-i.eeaus6-theT-wero-pcor,--becaiiso-  they ate of the crumbs from the rich*  man's tablo; because���������because of everything anybody could guess.  "No," said the'bishop, "you're all  wrong. We're like Lazarus because,"  and he smiled blandly, "becauso wo've  been licked by dogs. "  A roar of laughter went round, at  tbat, for the bishop's utter unrecon-  f-tructcdncss was always ouo of his  charms. Everybody laughed bnt one  mottle faced man, who becamo very  indignant.  "Well," ho snorted, "if you think  we're dogs," why in���������not earth���������havo  you come up here to beg for our money  ���������for tho money of dogs?"  The bii-hcp chncklcd.  "My mottled friend," said he, "tbe  hair of tho dog is good for tho bito.  That's why 1'vo come.'[������������������Washington  Po_t.   Storrs ni< Sllrer Cheaply.  "A6 I am not keeping houso  I have  no use for my silver, so I determined to  put it where it would not bo  so  liable  oooi) shipping reA<*-.->.--..* , to be ^olen as in my flat," said a bu.-i-  bsing a better s-hipper. Additional in- I ness man tho other day. ".Simiiltniie-  formation given \<y Nnii.inal .Stockman J ously with this determination ca-.no tho  and Parmer i.s that its season is when j need of a considerable sum of money. I  Hale's Early is about over and Troth's . therefore put the silver in chargo of a  Early is beginning to ripen���������just when 1 hexiev-ilent concern, which charges no  a good shipping peach is needed. Tho i morointerest on the money it lent, with j \y������������������,')'(���������'  fruit is yollowi.-h white with a bright ! j-,0 tilver as security, than a bank or  crimson blush ; trei vigorous', hardy and j than a safe deposit company would  very  productive;   leaves  w'ith   globosa | charge for storing the silver.   I am con-  CUT PRICES  FOR S POT CASH  '   X '    -  Call anH-st'e us. We* can fix you ���������  BEVEL. 1GKE SAW MIUS  Kevelstoko Station, B. C.  Vx, Ili|H-DHIED  Doors   .  Sasl}    ���������  Turnings  .Mouldings  .  TRY Tail' NSW YABD  Arrowhead Saw So Planing Mills  -      Revelstoko Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  Wholesale  and K ctaiJ  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f-22-tf   THE PIONEER LI VERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardoau and Trout Italic District),  The Tlclaw.irr* Pear 1).  Tbo Delaware peach has been tested  for 10 or 1'2 years  and seems to po?s(*cs  a number of  valuable characteristics���������  earlinc?.---, though  not the earlics: good {  size, beauty, fino r_uality.    It is said to j  bo a seedling of the Mountain Rom* and I  is just that favorite variety over again,  axcept in   the   time of  ripening and in  op-  Blacl_s__i ._l_ine> Jobbine  Plumbing:.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithin-.  Sheet, Iron .Work-  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty���������������aa  I ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoko Stn.  Saddle    and     Pack    Horses ���������  always for hire.  Freight ing  ��������� specially.  and   Teaming  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'elock-  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write '__'  . _     JJ. . __;        CRAIG to jBiLL-JAN, Thomson's LjYndino.  THE  Last   '  CHANCE  To secure ,oue of those desirable' lots;  CHEAP ou: the C. & K. Steam Navigation CornpanyVsite.  Dont wait -till tho boom hits' the  town in the spring like a cyclone,  but BUY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE'  Sole Agents.  Itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room iu connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Dr3,  McKechnie . and  Jeffs. Attendants  glands; flowers small.  Told l������y Otlieri.  Tho Charles IT. Park-hurst is pronounced by Professor Dai ley to bo tbe  finest of the new chrysanthemums for  1808.  Featnrcs which recommend tho Wick-  ton, the now .Iapano.se crossbred plum,  are its large size, tir.o flavor, good ejual-  ity and attractive color.  Tho Bismarck apple comes to us from  Europe with tho claim that it bears immense crops on vory small trees not over  tlireo'or tour feet high.  Currants may bo pruned during tbe  winter. "Red and whito variotios should  bo thinned of young, weak wood, which  does not fruit.  American treo  planters find no difficulty in moving large trees.  Trces'np to  Chreel'ect in circumference are frorjuent-  i ly laovei aiid generally with great soo- ,  CMS. j  Ee~_~"_~~tly either paying no interest ou  the; 103ti or getting my silver Htored for  nothing; X don't exactly know which."  ���������New York Hno.   .  Wood! Vvood!  Gitiirantecd Full  Corel Measure.  The  undersigned has a large supply  of  Hemlock,   Spruce.   Fir    and   fine  or wile.    Any person it-quiring  wood   will   kindly  leave   their orders  with Mr. XV. SI. Jj-iwrencc. Reqelstoke  i Station,   or    with     II.    N.   Coursier,  , Front Street, Revelstoke.  FRANK JULIAN.  C. B. JWaeleari  ARCHITECT.  and BUILDER  Rstlmntcii furnished. Plans nnil specifications niBclo. Am also prepared to do  shop and lot* work on the shortcut  notice. Bi-tlpfnctloii prunmDtocd iu  every caao.   Ooll or v-rltc for tcrnin.  17nlf  Thn Oth������-r Fellow.  "So you think Agnew is a pigheaded  fool, eh? What has given you that opinion of him;"  "Wo talked for half an hour this  morning and couldn't agree on a fciuglo  poin t.''���������Chicago News.  A naval battle between the Romans  and Carthaginians off the coast of Spain  in tho lirst Punic; war was lost by tho  latter becauso tho galley slaves could  not keep' their seats when' tbo ships  rolled.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imperii)! Brink. ,_  Workmanship Guaranteed  ���������^-Torms  Cash  Main Street  Revelstoke  W. G. BIRJJEY  PJl INTER and  DECORATOR-.  First Street East, Revelstoke Station'  Graininer, Paper Hanging,  Hard Wood . Finishing, House  Painting in aU Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Etc.  If You .Have a  .Mine  FERGUSON  The Centre  of the  Lardeau  Mines  The  Pioneer*  Stores   ^a^of Ferguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins &' Co.  ���������     GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners- Supplies, Hardware,.  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything  to  '-e found in b general store..  Post Oftlco in connection.  At our TEX-MILE BRjYNCH "tore  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  und all Minors' and Prospectors' Surplles arei  kept on hand  to Sell  Sam Ntstdham  ies  Clean ft d  Altered  K e pai red  In ("ood Style at Lowest Trice*"  Tho Indian popnlb.ion of the Dominion of Camilla is _aid to bo 122,000, oi  whom about as.000 aro Roman Cath  dies and tho same number Protestants. | Douar,AS STREET ��������� REVELSTOKE  oi u-i-li a I'lJiiipii'iV   i'uniH'd. in  l.-il.t I" ll'IY 'I Illllll' 'I'" -���������" "I'll, .in*, ini'ie, nam to.riv- I i>.  Si ..kane icil H*,t.-it" or Wl*-h I"  make <i borrow,wiile at oncero  gJJUAES   L.   F0R.D   &   CO  Mine Brokers.      Mining Stocks  Nn. 9 Mill St.. between Riverside* anel  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  Be Sure and register at the  'B^LMO-OIi HOTEL  i (.-i.c'i rr_RGl~Kf|-*-.  XX'h. i  Tl.e i.ii*le is provided with the besC  ihe  uiHi-ket allot iis.     Rates  fiom  $2  I in 83 per day.  j CUMMINGS BROS.,  ���������  Proprietors,  1  US >-ph  ombardment  A Shell Burst in a School With  Fatal Results  Movements of Admiral  Sampson's Atlantic Fleet  SPAIN   IS   WAITING  Cuban   Spaniards   Celebrating  Bogus   Victories  TROOPS LEAVE FOR MANILA  St. Thomas, Danish -AVest Indies,  May 10.���������The thiid class l"rench  cruiser Admiral Rigault D'Geneouilly,  which was at San .limn de Porto Rico  during tbe bombardment ot the forts  oftliatpla.ee by the ileet of Admiral  Sampson iin Xlitir������day morning, left  there about noon on h riday and arrived here on Saturday morning. She  reports that the inhabitants of San  .Tu.in fled to the country immediately  -the filing began, the women and  children being trampled on in the  mad scramble" for saiety. The crew  of tho French cruiser remained on  hoard their ship. Tliey cannot say  anythiug in regard to the exact condition of things on s-hore, but they  claim orte shell exploded in the school  house, killing a uunibei' of children,  while another shell demolished the  |V ' house of the commandant-cr marine  1?    of San Juan. '., -  -' The officers of the French cruiser  criticize tlie wisdom of. the ,. bombardment. -      ' .   " '  PA1LEH TO   LAND TR001'_>  1S.EV Wkst, May 10.���������The sloamer  Gussie, which left Tampa, '"loriclu, on  -Slav 10th. with two companies of the  First. lntfini,i-v on In-m-il, in charge of  7,000 rifles und 200,000 round.-* of ani-  iiiiinititiu int,eiicle*.ri'o:- llie iniuigent-  in the Province of'Pinar Dt-I Rio. re-  luained off the coast of Cul>._ during  Thursday, Fiitlay and Sattu'dao, enn-  voyi-ei by tbe auxiliary gunboat Man-  iiing in a vain attempt to land her  c tigOand retained here this morning,  lier e-oiiiinaudei' i= iiiiich-crestfalleii.-  KXCUANGE OI*- PltlSONEUS    -  Washington*,. Maich 10. ��������� The  United .States ateamei-U nets left Key  West, shortly- before 'midnight' la'st'  night with instructions to senel a flag  of mice with regard to effecting'an  exchange of pnsonei si - - -  ENGLAND'S 1,0\VE1~"~~"L  VETO  New Yokk, -May 16.��������� The London  correspondent of the Sun cabled that  paper today as follows: "Had it not  been for the sharp veto' of the British  .Government the United Stales would  have been contronted several days ago  with tbe difiicult problem whether to  withdraw Admiral Dewey ignoinin-  .iously from the Philippine islands or  to tight the combined nations of  Europe. 1 make this .statement on  -the authority of two prominent members of the' Salisbury Government.  Its accuracy is beyond question.  ���������Moreover, it falls far short of conveying nn.adequate_idei~._nf_ the-manii.old.  perils, plots, and counter plots which  che situation contains."  CRISIS IN SPAIN-  MADRID, May 10.���������Spain's internal  troubles, brought about by the various  revolutionary movements, have resulted in-the resignation' of Premier  Sagasta and hiscabinet. Their resignations are now in the Queen's hands,  but it is almost certain mat they will  not be accepted. - The ninjority of  Spaniards believe that Sagasta is the  only man who can be trusted to safely  handle the present difficult situation,  and ifc is generally felt wheu the step  he has just' taken will_.strengthen  rather than-impair his position with  the people. _  provisions scarce  Washington, May 10.���������The latest  news from the Philippines is to the  effect that pi ovisions are very scarce  aud tho inhabitants nre reduced to  eating horse' llesh. . Uiile*ss relief is  soon Forthcouiine there will be many  deaths from starvation. As the blockade of the  harbor is still maintained  I by Admiral   Dewey there can be no  . cnange in the situation until the arrival from San Francisco of a suflicient  force to enable Dewey to take possession of the town for the United States.  Even this will not finally settle matters, as tbe insurgents will have to .be  reckoned with, and it is known that  I they are as hostile against the United  States as they   were   against  Spain.  j .Meanwhile Dewey cables that he can  .���������capture Manila at any moment.  THE TWO FLEETS  Neyv York," May   10.���������The Spanish  )f ileet oil' Cape de Verele has an ived at  Curacoa,   Admiral Sampson's squadron is at Puerto Plata, San Domingo.  MOBTAL1TY IN CUIJ.Y  Key   West.  Alay 10.���������Special  advices from the Cubaii coast are to  tlie  I-effect     that   the   recoiicentrados   are  [-rapidly   -perishing   from    fever and  I starvation.  ANOTHER CAITURE  iloNo Kong, May 10.���������It is reported  I fiom     Manila     that' lhe    American  |sqt~adr<~ii   In'-   captured   the* Spanish  gun boat Cnll.ui,  fkanok's position  ������V.YSiii:.������Ti'N.    .'>!.���������>-    ll! ���������-N( twilli-  S-i-.-.ntiini;     n*iuil.-    lo    tin*   cotiliaty  \F _*_.'i h's nrui.i.-ililv is i,oi, do'ihl.d  by  f the ,-iu'horiti! i'he-i-0.  Thi- C5. P. It. have* put up a l.uv  ' tcnl -'t. Mon'-e .T.-w for w-e us a tern-  | pur.uy dining place.  New York. May 17.��������� A special  cable to the World from St, Thomas  says Captain General Maciasa and the  Government of San Juan are anxiously expecting the Cape Vet do fleet to  come and rescue the island. While  putting on a bold front before the people the, authorities fear another murderous onslaught by Sampson's squadron, and are hoping Cervera will put  in an appearance in the harbor. ��������� In  qniries are made from San .Tuaii as to  the probable location of the Spanish  warships and disquieting news has  been sent to "General Macia that the  fleet is lar away from this troubled  capital.  SPAIN'S DALLIANCE  London, May 17 ��������� lt is considered  in London that the Washington  board of strategy has a diillcult problem to solve on account of the mysterious movements of Admiral Ccrveriis  squadron, every alleged detail of  wnich is regarded with the utmost  suspicion. It is recognised that  Spain's dalliance will do her no good  in the end,' but also that the war will  be more prolonged than was at lirst  expected, and the invasion of Cuba  may pidve'a difficult matter.  TROOPS   I'OR   "MANILA  Sax Francisco, May 17.��������� It is now  ssid the First-regiment of volunteers  will lead tlie troops going to Manila.  Ou Sunday there arrived lor the expedition- two hundred thousand  founds of cartridges, and 1,_00 new  Springfield rifles. From the Benecia  arsenal today two hundred thousand  more, cartridges anived' for the  Seventh Regiment, which is scheduled  to move in from two to tcuir clays  later than the First, though nothing  positive is known as to the lime ot  deprU'tute.  SPAIN" 13 PLUCKY  Madrid, May 17.-���������Senor Moret, the  Minister for the Colonies, '.his morning continued the sl.-itemeiit'that any  changes made in the composition of  the Cabinet will be wholly iu tlie  direction of a more active war policy,  tie said li'oin recent evonts.thi' greatest  reliance is placed upon Oerver.i's  squadron and upon the skill of the  Spanibli admiral. The* latter is not  hampered with inst; in t mis and the  details uf his plans are not even known  to the ministers.  . ulanco's jrANa;;:\'EitiNG. . . ���������  -Capt. .-Gen,, Blanco in 'a despatch  officially rei tei ale's the Spanish version  of the so-called fight between Spanish  gunboats aud the vessels eif thejjlock-  ading squadron, which claims that  two gunboats engaged a U. S. ship  and forced the latter to reti'Pat, adding "I obtained the results desired,  namely, to attract as -"uianv of the  enemy's ships as possible. Yesterday  morning there were only three there,  now there are eleven." -  a curious proceeding  Washington, May 17,���������lhe opening ot the blockade of Havana lo  certain vessels is lalher a curious proceeding that may lead to a veiy considerable widening of'the ulockade  itself.' Neutral' vessels not loaded  with contraband supplies, the carrying'  of-_which-into-Hav:m.--woiild?iiitorfcre=  with the naval and military operations  of the Government, may pass the  blockade under regulations laid down  by the United States. <The statement  that the Navy Department still hopes  to make an exchange of prisoners at  an earlv date, shows that the mission  of the Uncus was by no iue*ans a complete failure as has been stated, Gen.  Blanco has decided to exchange two  American war correspondents now in  a Cuban Fort as prisoners of'war,' for  two Spanish ollicers. The former had  a narrow escape of being shot as spies.  ' THE  MANILA  DECAMPMENT  .Washington, May, 17.���������The Aruiy  Depiirtment has decided to send the  lirst decampment- of soldiers to the  Philippines on Thursday from San  Francisco.  ~   "to i~o~"til~y st. John's  St. John's, Newfoundland, May  17.���������The Governor General has been  advised, owing to possible complications between Great Britain and  France which are likely to rasuls from  war. to fortify St. John's  CURTAILING THE NEWS,.  Washington, May 17.���������An order  poste*d this morning, signed by Secretary Long, relating to the publication  of news from the Navy Department,  had the elfeet today bt considerably  curtailing the supply of information,  which has been heretofore rather  freely given out.  COLD COMFORT  Kingston, Jamaica, May 17.���������Advices which must haye been received  from Cuba, say the Spaniards attendee! the chanting of a To Deuiu at the  principal church there in celebration-  of the news circulated bv the Spanish  Government to the c-tfeet that the  Spanish forces had been victorious at  Manila.  The American troops going to  Manila are preparing for a six' months'  stay. The Chtirlestown should have  sailed today from San Francisco.  Ifc is reported that General Blanco is  very short of ammunition, in which  case the powerful batteries at the  en trance of Havana harbor of course  would lie deprived of a large part of  I heir dc'i'ii-ivi* -trenglh.  S.YMl'SIIXV WIIERBATIO'-TS  Washing roN. May, 17.���������Admiral  Sniiip-iin leport'd to the navy etcp.-u-t-  iiii-i:t yr-I'Mv'.-iy fiom Capo Ilaytien.  Thud-part men" says he will now go  lo Ci.iifiie-gu*-.  S'.-hleg is probably well down on  the Florida coast now aud should be  guarding the Florida straits by tomorrow or the next elav. His appearance on that side nf Cuba would  enable; Sampson to bring his ironclads  wilh perfect safely to Cianfuego", on  the south side. With this disposition  of the; naval fuict'i- and a froe use of n  considerable uninln'r of scouting vessels, tin* Spuiiisl) c-imint. escipi' from  the C" ult of Mexico or the Carribean  Sea.  TELEGRAPHIC su.u.m ARY  Mr. Gladstone's health has improved  -.lightly since ycslerduy.  The Spanish licet has sailed north  from Curacoa.  The Havana blockade has been  opened to certain vessels.  Admiral Sampson has been ordered  to proceed to Cienftiegos.  A cyclone   destroyed  thousands   of  lives in the Malay Arcliepelago.  _ It is reported lhat General Blanco is  short of provisions.  Prince Henry, of Piussin, visite.l  lhe Emperor and Empiess Dowager of  China yesterday.  OLIVER MOWAT SUICIDES  Owen Sound, May 1(1.���������Oliver  Jlowat, a nephew of Sir OliverMowut,  Lieut.-Governor of Oiitario.committed  suicide here yesterdav.  THE G. O, M.  London, Mny 10.���������To-day's bulletin  from Mr. Gladstone's sick room i_ that  he continues to giow weaker.  REMENYI  DEAD  - New Yokk, Alay 10.���������Sdounrd Ite-  menyi, the well known violinist who  has been before the public of this continent for over thirty years, is dead at  the ripe old age of OS.  THE.SAGE&RUSH.  Ifiion a Colorado morning the  purple mists  unfold  Anil n pliautom ininiRO picturoi.s on mountain  wull (.i.einlli'il,  Thon 1lie air from tlistnnt foothills i.-> lllto odor  of new wine,  And  tlie lir..ith   from  scrnliliy  sniiolirnnh is  more frii^r.int ilinn the pine.  llio eastern lili-ellinit liien him to ������ forc.l deep'  and wide.  On n Iin. top'n highest branches he wooei. liis  fi'iithi'i'cil liriilc.  But ilm wc-tiTii MiiiKiler wnrlilvuof '-llie land  thai l*. iniiiii nl)'"  From n clump of pnlo crern aai;i'l)ni.*.|i un (hi)  Kvnlly billowed plain. '  Tho Kiuint and loni. cared labbits their loii|,'est  Kiilluiis KiuiKii  To rcvi   in   Ikhiio securely in   tlieir hutchc..  'ntatli lho "titfo,  And the coyote cnllit loi.other all hii uriiy and  wily train,  Ev.ift (.IihiIiiw-. in llio i.hadow of thu h-iBcbrtu.li  on the plain.  Its brave and woody armor tho wiiitc-r'c fro.st  defies,  And il clothes the lonely mud world with a  bonny sweet Hiirprisu.  Bummer Midles upon  its prowess, Kiiai-iliiiK  fields (,f golden tfruiu.  It is forest, cras-s  and hedgerow to tlie wild  nnd Mindy plain.  ���������Mary Amelia Roberts in Overland Monthly.  A BB,H)E CONTEST  J. O. Crome has succeeded II. C.  Stovel (resigned) as manager of the  Norih West branch of the Toronto  Type Foundry.  YUKOji php*  Published- by The  ___--~.AT_t), acknowledged to  oe the most complete and  ae*_cirate- map obtainable  of the-overland lontes to  .the Yukon *. .'   Lithographed,on heavy  or light paper..:.-...,   '���������"    Price $1.00.     ;  - Together'with a copy  of special edition oJN-The  IIerald, containing complete information regarding   routes, ��������� supplies,  etc.  The fie Paid  Calgary,  ���������Alberta..  CHURCH-' DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH'��������� Rovelstoko.  Preaching serciccs at 11 n.m. nnd 7:30  p.m. Clans mcetm.; nt the close of tbo  morning service. - _ it-bath School and Bible  Class ar. 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer- meeting  everv Wednesday evni'inir at 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially invited.   Seats free.  REV. J. A. WOOD, PaBtor.  f~HU~".CH OFs-'-ENGLAND-St. Peter's,  ^ Revel-toko llourj of service: Evening  prayer dully at 5 o'clock. Fridays at 7:30.  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at 8  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  and Bible ClarH at -SH evening prayer at 7:30.  First Sunday in the month Holy Communion  at morning services.  .   FRANK jV. FORD, Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������Revelstoko.  Servico-every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.- Bib'e Cliss at .2::~0 p.m., to.-which.  bll~nre"~weleomer_Prayer���������meeting ac B"p.m,  every Wednesday.  REV. P..D. MUIR, Psstor.  R  OMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH���������Revelstoke.     Mass   first and third Sundays ia  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER T1TAYEK.  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The store was  dunifoimded, but, always slow to evince  emotion of any kind, it said nothing  until the stranger hud taken a chair,  placed his hii.sketful of glassware at his  feet, lighted a penny cigar aud shown  his intention to linger awhile, providing ho found things pleasant.  Then tho man with the bushy whiskers who was lolling on the counter  shuffled his feet iu warning and at  length said, "I 'low you must drink a  heap of water up your way."  The storekeeper strolled around lrom  behind tho counter and, taking a post  with his back to the stove and his eyes  fastened on the transom over tho front  door, ventured in an indifferent way,  "Yes, you must drink aheap of wotter  to buy a dollar un a balf worth o"  pitchers at onct.''  The stranger grinned again.,'  _  "Perhaps he don't drink only water,"  came from tho man who was rooking on  a nail keg behind the stove. "  '  "They hain't fer wotter, but fer wed-  din presents," said the stranger.  "Mighty souls! A' triplo weddin!"  cried the storekeeper.' "Well, you uns  uz up in Raccoon valley do beat all!"  "This here petio'lar instance do beat  ail, I admit, V said the man who hailed  from that small but important part of  the state of Pennsylvania. "The. bluo  pitcher's fer Teacher Perry, tho green  un fcr Jakoy Wiugle, old Jawhu Wjn-  gle's sou; tho plain un'a fer Hen Harmon."  And the storo lifted up its voice in  ,oco grand'"Mighty souls!?' .,-..  The stranger rubbod his hand .through'  his long heard and grinned again. " -  "It's niiio milo to Raccoon walley.  It's kinder an oaten tho way, ahint tho  time "sort o' a'placet, an I've never ben,  there an don't know them as you uu  has spoken of," said tho man on tho  counter. "But you mowt tell us of it."  "Gwon !" cried tho rest of the gathering.  "I 'low if you don't know Teacher  Perry, or 'Jawhu Wiugle's son Jakcy,  or Hen Harmon, you uns mowfc o'.heard  o' Snuiro Kramer, ain't you?"  Tho store had not, and tho stranger  said, ."Mighty souls!" ,    -  Having thus expressed his surprise at  the ignorance about him, he continued:  "Well, net hevin heard o' Sepuro Kra-  uier, o'._coiu_o. you uns imin'.t heard o'.  his twins, Flory an Pet. Them was  girls! The pretties' in Raccoon walley,  or any other walley,.fer that matter���������  . 17 year old, 5 feot 8 inch high, weighin  a scant hundred an twelve pound, slim,  yeller, hair, inusklur. Hcd I bo'n a  younger man I might o' gono in the  light with Teacher Perry, Jakey Winglo  an Hen Harmon, but gettiu near to SO  as I am, .with a missus and seven littlo uns at home, I Iff tho fiel', to them,  an a high time thoy. an them twins lied  o' it. Ifc was a caso o' tho threo o' 'em  courtin the two o'.'eui, for if Teacher  Perry, or Jake Wi������gle, Jawhu Wiugle's  sou, or Hen Harmon' w'eut over to  Kramer's ho never set up with any  pete'lar twin, but Yvith whichever ho  seen iirsfc.- ������  "About corn cuttin time Teacher Perry goes over to Suuiro Kramer's, an ho  fcais, sais ho, 'Squiro, I waut one o'  your twin dotters.'  " 'Which un?' sais tho squiro.  "|I'veno idee,'sais Teacher Perrj-,  scratchin his head, kinder puzzled like.  "Jest then up conies Hen I-Iarmou au  Jako Wingle, JawJm Wiugle's .son.  ". 'Squire,' sais Jake, kinder flustered  like, fer fear tho teacher heel got ahead  o' him, 'mo an Hen each Yvauts one o'  'em twins.'  "Squiro Kramer, ho thot a piece, nn  then Eais, sais he: 'Boys, thcy's threo  o.'.you uns an two o',tho twins. Ono o'  you uns has got to git left. Which uu?'  - "The threo o' em kind o' looked foolish like, an Squire Kramer cast his eye  down over his 20 aero fiol'o' tall, straight  corn.  " 'Which an?' he asked ag'in after a  bit.  "Gittin no answer, ho says: 'Sea  yander fiel' o' corn? Well, I'll tell yon  what we'll do. We'll decide this hero  matter by a corn cuttin tournyment.  Tho two fellers thet cuts'tho most corn  in two hours' time kin have tho twins.  The one feller that cuts the most kin  hev the first pick atween Flory an Pet.'  "An so they agreed.  "Well, sirs, thefc thero corn cuttin  tournyment was the grandest thing I  ever seen. All the folks in the walley  knowed o' it an come to look ou. Thero  was fully 60 buggies hitched along the  fenco when tho squiro givo tbe word an  Teacher Perry an Jako Wingle an Hen  Harmon fell to cuttin. Have seen a  heap o' corn cut in my day, bnt I never  ���������een  the J beat o'  the way them  boys  made tbo knives go slashin th'oo tbe  stalks. Each on 'cm bed a feller follyin  him with a couple o' fresh knives, an  up in ono, corner o' tho fiel' tho squiro's  hircliu's was a-lmzzin tho grindstone  sliurpin blades. Thu corn suomed to fall  down, bluilo after blixlo liko, au what  Willi tho swish o' the knives an tho  orack,_crack o' the stalks an the yellin  o' the Raccoon wallny folks a-sickin ou  the teacher an Jaku Wingle an Hen Harmon it was most oxcitin. They took six  rows apiocct at u timo, au it weren't  long before Teacher Perry, who's most  ns good a corn cutter as ho is a speller,  got a shock ahead o' thu others. Then  he slashed his leg an lost threo shocks  whilu it was boin tied up, Jnkn Wingle  won thu lead, an he'd 'a' kept it, too,  only ho got onu hand mixed up in the  leaves an took oil' two lingers. That  th'owed him ahint, so fer tliet when  timo was called ho was full eight shock  short o' the teacher, who come in second.  "You. should 'a' heard tho cheorin  when young Ifarniou stuck his kuifo  iutor a pumpkin un walked up to where  tho squire an Flory an Pet was standiu.  " 'Woll, Hen,' says the squiro, hiuil-  in, 'which un does you want?'  Thefc kinder slumped Hon Hnrinon.  IIo looked at Flory, then at Pet, thou at  Flory ag'in.  ��������� "'Why, I hain't tho't o' thefc,'ho  snis, wtis he. 'Really, I hain't an idee.''  Then ho kinder blushed a leetle. 'I've  been sutlin up with both,' ho sais.   -,  "This hero was a hitch 'et hodn't  been allowed fer. Hen certainly bed a  right to pick, but ez he couldn't make  up his mind jest which tin ho wanted it  looked ex though they'd ho some delay.  But the squire, he's a cute man���������au  onusual cute mail.  ' Girls,' ho snis, turuin to Pet an  Flory, 'Hen Harmon was won tho right  to tho host o' ye. Supposin you uns decide which un's tho hest by huskiu thot  corn.' '  ."  "Then tho walley folks all cheered,  an the girls agreed, an tho' the corn  was a leetle green, yet they set right  down, each at a shock, au begin what  bo all odds was" tlio' grandest thing I  ever look at. To toll tho truth, !thoy  wasn't, much to seo after all, nothin-  bnt kind o' cloud, o' flyiu husks, with  nn occasional glimpso o' red calico iu  thu . middle. Thoy finished tho first  sheck even���������dead even���������an run' to another, tored ifc down, jumped into, tho"  niiddloau afc it ag'in. Afc tho sixth  shock Pet; yelled for a now huskiu pin,  for ' she'd wored hers clear out. The  sixth was finished even, an they was  half an hour loft. Tho twins were kinder winded, an tho crowd was winded,  too,' from yellin an sickin 'em on. The  tournyment was finished in silence, except fer tho rattle o' the husks. Jest as  Ihe squire yelled the cud i' the hour  Pet and Flory gits up together, each  with her fifteenth shock. An when they  hearn tho yells an knowed it was over,  an over even, they both jisfc dropped.  Ez luck woud hev it, Pet fell plump  into Hen Harmon's arms, "an'iiogives a  whoop an picks her up an runs across  the fiel' an throws her inter liis buggy  an starts olf fer the preacher's. . Flory  i'ell inter Teacher Perry's arms, an he  put her inter his buckboard an licked  up his horse."  "An what became o' Jawhn Wingle's  sou?" asked the storekeeper, for tho man  from Raccoon' valley had paused for  want of brcuUi.  "Jako Wingle, you mean? Why, he  wont to the preacher's with Etfcio Bumble, who'd been niirsin his lamo hand  durin the huskin tournyment."���������St.  Louis Republic.  A Picture of China Today.  Maudarindom literally gooth about as  a roaring lion seeking what it can devour. Offices aro held afc fixed prices by  -metropolitan anil-provincial "authorities ;~  taxes are collected in full, but aro decimated beforo they reach tbe imperial  treasury; "tho big iisli eat the little  fish, and tho littlo fish cat mud," by  which similo tho Chinese proverb expresses aptly the fact that the great  officials feed upon the smaller ones aud  that they in turn feed upon tho people.  No oilicial position in the empire can be  obtained without tho uso of monoy, nor  retained without illegal practices. If  then nothing can be hoped for from tho  rulers of China, what can bo said about  tho student class which is placed at tho  hcael of the four divisions of the people?  This class is conceited beyond endurance; thoy still speak of tho "round  heaven and sqnarn earth" uud dilato  upon tho "iivo olemeints."  Foreigners nro still to theni barbarinna  who camo to China to learn tho laws of  propriety; the five great continents represent only divisions of ancient feudal  states tributary to- their country, uud  commerce is despised an only being taken up by thoso who havo not the mou-  tal power to master hooks. ��������� They wear  their largo,goggles, cultivato their ,linger nails into enormous lengths, assume  tho swaggering gait with which Confucius is said to havo walked and have  a silent contempt for all but themselves.. They regard woman as their inferior and rightful slave.���������North China  Herald.        Tlio Lout Dime. . "        I  He tried at first to get lho dime out-  with his fingers, next ho took his cane,  then his pocket knife, and ho oven  pressed into servico the lingers and knife  of the mosseuger boy sitting next him.  But it was no use. Tho dime would not  be lured from its resting place, and, being plainly ignorant of cable car etiquette* in such emergencies���������namely,  miking tho passongers to hold up their  feet while tho whole section of slatted  flooring is lifted���������he finally gave it up  and with a very red face and a muttered  word left tho car. His feet hael hardly  left the step when the conductor came  quickly forward from the rear platform.  With tho other passengers ho had before this been disposed to smile at tha  discomfiture of the owner of the dime,  but now his manner was changed. "AU  that fuss over a 10 cent piece," said tho  conductor as he raised the flooring and,,  picking up said 10 cent piece, dropped'  it into his own pocket. ���������New York Sun.  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  MONEY   PROFITABLY?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   - . -   -   -  It has been predicted by lea diner men of Canada that Revelstoke will  be one of the loading cities of West Kootenay. That its unique position  where the C, P. R. crosses the beautiful Columbia valley, with water transportation co the north and south and in close proximity to tbe richest mines  in Kootenay, making its location unusually favorable. If yon want to invest  your money in manufactories, real estate, or mining property, visit  Revelstoke, the "Gateway to the Kootenay."  We are moving to the front and no obstacle will or can impede onr  wonderful progress. Do not forget tbat, you will never buy real estate aa  cheap as you can buy it toelay. Figure the increase of the past and speculate  in Revelstoko, the "Gateway to the Kootenay." -������������������ -  '  The banks of the* Columbia, on wliich river the town is situated, have  been the stage upon which strange scenes have been displayed and wild and  darinir exploits performed by the thousands who entered tliis district during;  lhe '07 gold boom in the Big Bend. - .(  Revelstoke.is probably one of the oldest towns In the interior.   And it  was not until this title question  was settled that Revelstoko really began to  forgo ahead, commercially and otherwise.   Growth was slow until  1897, but  the old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the~town and smarted in '  lo make it a mining centre worthy of note. ' ,   .'  The C. P. It. is concentrating all its. principal-woikshops on tbe  western division at Revelstoke. Revelstoke is not only a'niining town, but is  now and will be increasingly so in the future a railwav point of considerable  importance in the C. P. R. system and a distributing centre for the business of  ihe rich mining districts included in the section popularly known as North  Kootenay. Ils importance in these connections is due'to its unique geographical position. Seated in a beautiful open valley at the point of intersection .  of the Columbia river and the C. P. il. main line, it commands the passen  l uniting north and smith, to the famous gold fields of the Big Bend and'the  tich mineral lead.1" of the Lardeau. whiie on the east np the Illecillewaet  another district of great prospect is being oppned up. T'le town is the point  of junction-of the main line and thi. Arrowhead'bran'ch of the C. P. R., hy.*-  which access is gained to the South Kootenay by rail and steamer. Another  line of steamers will make Revelstoke their starting point for the Big Bend.'  for which couutry it is afc piesent the .sole outfitting point and base nf supplies.  Thus by the mere force of geographical position Alone Revelstoke has forged  to tbe front until the little.nuning camp of a few yearn'agd has become a town  of considerable importance to the business of lhe province;  The mining industry i6 still in its infancy, but with the careful expenditure of capital in development work will grow to laige dimensions." ,-  Large aieas of land  in close proximity,to _ the town are covered with";  limber suitable for lumber,'but probably just as' valuable as fire wood, there?  being no coal deposits discovered near at hand as yet. * Tliis land when cleared  is proving to  be exceptionally fine farming and gardening land,   and  the-  demand for produce is always many times larger than the supply, train loads  beinfy imported from other points every season.   This,should be taken into  consideration by intending settlers. ' , j.  /'  ' * ',   "'.  Across the river from Revelstoke an excellent cliy_ exists for the making of brick in vast e-uantities. wdiich commands a high price at any,time.  .The  town envoys  many advantages:, A   fine,   healthy   climate���������the  death rati* being exceedingly low���������good watei'.'supplied by a system of water  works, from  the mountain side just north of the town, underlying which is a'  stintum 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 **e������en to be fully appreciated.   The power from these fulls is now being utilized hy ahe Revelstoke "Water. Light & Power Co.  for i-u-minr*- their fine elec- *-  trie lighting plant.   They have an  unlimited power which L.terori will   beL  useful for manufacturing purposes and running the proposed street car line.  Subscribe   fop the Daily rop. -Semi-Weekly  '���������    ~ ~ (,     ���������        j      j  Jiepald and Keep Posted on .Noptfi. Kootenay  ���������. ������-*;,*_* I  ' ', *''** I  / - - s"~ I  ���������v-'A  'jf"3  '.;   t ,  >i - '\  : ;~ ��������� *-il  .R&N.  Is the Shortest and  Quickest Line to...  WALLACE,   FARM1NGTON,  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,  COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.   -  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,  AND   ALIj POINTS   EAST Oil   SOUTH.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway;  "T-I  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  Via S'llfcLiike, Denver,  Omaha nnd Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to  nntl from  Europe nud other foreign countries  Train for the East and Portland  depaits 7:l."i p.m. daily. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:15  a.in. daily. Through service. No  dtelays or lay overs anywhere,  Get through tickets' and further information of O. R.  to N. city ticket  ollice,    No.    'LTD.   Riverside    avenue,  corner Stevens St.,  Spokane.  Wash.  S. Cj-MI'bkll,  General Agent, Spokane,  XV. II. Ilurlburt, G. P. A.. Portland.  Spokane Falls and _Noptl_epn  kelson and Ft. Sfoeppapd-  Red .Mountain Kys.  Tlio only ftn raii rout" without chinee o  earn between Spokane. Northport. itoeiand  anil -N'elton; u'so between ICos-Iond and  Nelson. j,  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  i-RAVB. NOIflHPORT -RBrvE.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m l-_0p.ni.  For I~o_-lan_��������� From Borland���������  1:10 p.m 1:10 a.m.  For Nelaon��������� From Nelton���������  1:10 p.m 12:53 p.m.  Clone connections at Nelson with steamer  for Kaalo and all Kootenay .Lake pointa.  Passengers for Kettle Itiver cad Boncdary  Creek connect at Marcos with stage dailv.  . Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukou and Klondike Gold  Fields*.  To Eastern and European points.  To' Pacific Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.   . -   -  TOURIST CARS  Run daily and are models of  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets issued through and  baggage checked*to destination.  I-~_j-tbouud--DAiLYTnAi~~-Westbound  7:40 a.m. lve-Reye^stoke-lve 5:20 p.m.  Connection with Kootenay -  points, 8 a.ra. leave Revelstoke, '  arrive 1:30 p.m.  For   information,   time    card*,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,    ��������� ,  Agent, Revelstoke.  'XV.   F.   Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.        f  TIME CARB  Snbject to change without notice.  Trains ran on .Pacific Standard Time.  GOt-CO VEST  corea iut  8500 a m L-sava Kaalo _Vrri va ~_50 p m  8:36am ...Sonth Fork... 3:15pm  9_3_am ' ...-Sproolo's.... ������*��������� ������___5pst  1-51 am " ...Whitewater... " SCO pa  10.03am ��������� ....BearlAke... " l:l~pm  lO-liiam ' ...McGnlgan.... " ~__3pm  10-38am " Oody Junction " l_.~pn__  KM-amArrive.... Sandon .... Leave 1-C9pn  ; CODT L_NX  Ireave 11:00 am.. .".Sandon Arrive 11:45 am  Arrive 1130am ....Cody Xoave 1~_"~am  BOBKBT.IRVINO  ��������� GEO.F.OOP~~I__._~Ix'  O. F.andf". A.       |      -*Bper_nUn ent ���������������Just Arrived^-  Hammocks  Musical  Instra ments  Footballs  Tennis  Racquets  Baseball Goods  -Croquet Sets  Chinese  Lanterns  Purses  Pipes  Flags  Children's  Wagons  Wall Paper,  Etc., Etc.  C  a'nada Drug &  Book Co., Ltd.,  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL  AND SEHERAL   NEWS  An Interesting-Budget of Local, Personal  __id .General  Items  Round  and  ' *    About Revelstoke.  From Thursday's Daily irKr.el.i).  -    W. White, Q. C, left last night for  A'ictoria.  The company expect to have the  electric, light - riinii'nitr again on the  -__h-J    ���������  Frank   McLean,   the   brothel* of J.  ��������� McLean, who left here last winter, hns  enlisted .-is *i volunteer in the 'Tacoma  .iiutingent. .  ��������� The,Gold Commissioner bas'-wired  _Mr. Gamble, asking him to come up  and inspect the 'mattrussing of the  river hank at once. There is Utile doubt  that, some of it has slipped down.  Nothing further is.definitely known"  liy.the lailway authorities here: with  regard In.the contemplated change in  the tinii' table, but they think ii will  coine into operation in a few clays.  Owing to difficulties', over which the  Hfrald has had no control, our telegraphic service has been rather scanty  lately. Today we give a good instalment, some of which reacheel ns yes-  .terday too late for insertion.  J. A. D.irragh is in charge of a party  of miners, who are going in to the  claims belonging to the Liirdcaii-Gold-  fctnith Co. on Pool Creek to run Via ft  of a tunnel this season. The conipany  owu three claims and are making >ir-  l-angenients to purchase two more.  They will try and ship some ore this  season.'  Altogether $60,000 has been appropriated for the Revelsioke riilirig this  ___->. ion: Sii.OOO of which wa*- in tin*,  supplementm-ies. ' The Cold Connnis-  . sioner finds himself in a position to  arrange for work in some* localities,  which though necessary, he did not  think.until he saw the generous gi-auts  ��������� made this district in  the suppleinenl-  aries,. would be possible this year.  There* wus no meeting of the council I  of the  board  of  trade .last   night,  as  tliero was no quorum again. |  . Hon. Mr. Turner and   the  Attorney |  General inti'iitl to luki'a  trip  Ihrouglii  Kootenay as mioii as possible aft or the  .-.es-ion.    They   may lie on ported tu ho  in Revelstoke in about ten days.  dipt. Taylor will be at his ollice in  thi' Co wan block this evening lielweon  S and I) o'clock I'or the purpose of  .swearing in nie:>. for the Revelstoke  company of Koolenay Rifles.  It, occupod the MiiiiAi.n's ncilirc in  looking ovor the supploniontiirios that  $300 has boon appropriated for (he  construction and fin-iiiluieof a recorder's ollice at Comaplix.  Mr. II. .7. Rickarl. a cannery man of  Vancouvei-, wtis in lown yesterday on  his way up from a trip round Round-  ary Crock and thu lower country, lie  paid visits to several old Vancouver  friends.  M.t. .1. Cran, who has boon manager  of the lirani-h of the bank of 13. N. A.  at Slocan City and .Mr. .1. K. Hudson  of lho same branch, wont through yesterday I'roin lho lower country on route  to Dawson City to open  a brunch  of  the bank then*.  <*  The AllierfOanyonitos are going to  "have, a relehratiori of their own on I ho  211.li and are hanging up $100 worth nf  prizes for a programme of 27 events*,  comprising athletic spoils, rillo and  revolver shooting, quoit throwing and  a. tug of war. lllecillowaol v. Albert  Canyon. A il'inoo and illumination  will" wind up lhe celebration in the  evening.  This morning n in.-in called .1. Phillips describing himself as a coal miner  but who has been recently employed  in Donald Bonn's gang, at Mountain  ("rook, was charged with begging. He*  pleaded guilty, urging in defence that  ho had nothing to en I. At. the same  time he had a time chock for two  weeks work on him. ' The Commissioner fined hiin ij.2.;.0 or ten days hard  labor.  To the./".  A mooting of the supporters of  tho Turner Government will be  hold hero on Thursday evening  next, 26th inst., al S o'clouk, in  Tapping's Theatre, for the purpose of -lccthig delegates for a  convention to be held to nominate a government candidate for  this riding.-  iiylil  ������-.   11* YOC  WANT  I  PURE COWS ��������� MILK  ���������Gunriinteed Unadulterated, j  Go to the Europe Dairy |  . r  MRS. F. JULIA."  ������  0  Today's- Lo'ral News.  Call  (in  Pete after 0:30 p. tn. for  nice sandwich.  lm  "Your Grocery  Account  IS  NOTHING  TO  l~l!.tn II"  VOU  DUAL WITH  Hutchison   &   Co.,  Hav, Flour, Feed nnd  (Jroeery Merchant.*-,  Front St., Revelstoke  [An Invitation  Prospectors!  Hiners....  OU -ARE INVITED lo call  at our stove at anv time:  *t i  and examine our A 1 stock of  Miners' Supplies  Provisions  Boots and Shoes  Clothing  0  Miners' Picks and Shovels  Blasting Tools, Powder, etc  of which we have a large and  .well ussoi-tccl variety. It will  pay you to accept the' invitation*  HpO HOUSEKEEPERS AND  Hotels : We are well  stocked -wit/h the latest and  freshest canned goods, groceries", teas and cofl'ees, and i'resli  butter and eggs, potatoes, and  everything usually found in  tii up to date grocery.  ��������� Free and  prompt delivery.  ros.  ���������2  Agent I'or the  Blicketisderfer  Typewriter  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes,  Gents' Furnishings,Stationery, Patent Medicines,  Tobaccos and Cigars, Toilet and Fancy Articles,  Fruits, Etc.  Tho C. P. R. pay checks arrived yestei day.  ���������Note books and pocket books���������Chas.  .1. Aman.  A letter dated Mny 17 from Trout  Lake Citv slates that tin old man  iinined .Iim Reynolds had been  drowned in tho Lardeau river south of  Tront, Lake. The body had not been  found at the time of writing.  ���������Chas. .7; Aman keeps n. fine assorl-  ���������nientr of elegant chinaware. knic-k  knacks, bracket, ornaments, lorra e-ottn  ware, wall hangings, and all kinds of  articles of bigolry and virtue.  A. P. Cummings returned yesterday  from a trip up on the Rig Bond trail.  He has accuiniilntpd a, lot of information, which ho required for the board  of trade map. which hi: will lie able to  go right on with now.  ���������Silk-lace, all shades and widths.���������  C. B. Hume i*. Co.  ���������Freshly made butter, more fragrant  than i-r'\-iinerv. may be obtained from  XV. B. Pease efc Oo. who have made arrangements with a first class butter  maker to have his make* (������������������.pressed ti  them, sn that tho butter will reiich their  customers in a perfectly fi_.li condition.  ���������Writing pads, pons, pencils, ink.  etc-.���������Chas. J. Anian.  The steal iter Lytton started on the  run from Arrowhead to Thomson's  Landing this morning. She leaves  Arrowhead at 10 a. m. and t p. in.,  making a Jo minutes run to iho Land-  inir. and returns at B:+~,,-i. m. and 1:15  p. in., leaving rhe Landing-15 minutes  previously,  ���������Fancy and scented note n.-iper of  the latest style, suitable for billy clous.  ���������Chas. .J. Ain.tn.  P0S?  ..fvrrf;'_'<f*-'f?  <&"!. "pt-Wj-e  m'ffvb.  'mwm^ Revelstoke, B. C.  D1  *���������_&  ^ELICIOUS Creamery Butter, this season's. Choice  sorts of Teas nnd Coflees, including Tetley's Indian  and Ceylon Blend. A grand assortment of Candies just  arrived from Paulin & Co., of Winnipeg. Al Oats, Hay,  Wheat, Shorts, Bran, Mixed Chop, Barley Chop, Ete. We  Buy onr Eggs in small lots, and so constantly have them in  fresh from the farms.  m  NOTICE  Courts of Assize and Nis*i I'rius, anil ol Oyer  nnd Terinioi- mid llcnenil Goul Delivery, will  lm holden nl tliu plncetTaiid on tlio dates following, viz.:  City of __"-l*,i>ii, on Monday, the '20th day oi  June*. lS'.IS.  Town of Donald, on Monday, the 27lh day of  June, ISPS.  Ilv (Joininn ml.  JAMES HAKEU,  provincial Secretary.  1'ro. incinl Pecretnrv's Office,  Stli-.lurch, ISPS. .      limy  a   -"ST*  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper lliuigins, Hard Wood Finishing, House Painting i" "11  Branches,  Carriage Painting, Cllur.ing, ic.  Does This Interest You?  IF you are contemplating building this summer, we are in a position to  "     glVO  yi)ll  tiOOlIX .IT KASTI-.I1N   I'lilCKS. ���������  Wo carry the best stoek of lliinlwnru in tlie Kootciinv. j\U line*, complete.   The latest styles and newest designs in Poor Furniture.  All styles and qunliticsof Carpenters', Masons', and Miner**'Tools. II  you want the best in your line we have it.  NjUI.s and lluu.iii.va l"_*i.:u nt prices never before offered to the pnhlli'.  j\n Inspection of our store will repay you.  W. M. LAWRENCE, '  Hardware, Tinsmithing-,. Furnace, and Roofing-.  -'- REVELSTOKE STATION, B. C.  THE  HAVE ltKCEfVED SEVEItAl..  CAKLOAD3 OF  The evidence of M. Grady wa*. taken  yesterday .in the tit. Leon [ lot Sprincis  case' lie-fnri* the Gold ('oiiiinissionei-.  AV. White, Q.  C  animation for the plaintiff. \V.  Brown and A. G. M. Sprairvu appeared  for the defendant. M. Grady. The  drift of thp exaininatiein was to prove  that in different ways and in various  occasions the defendant had practically  adinitifd the piirtner-*hip bet ween hitn-  self anel the plaintilf to exist. .-i--= is contended hy Mr. Brown. The evidence  of the defendant flatly rntitradic-lcd  the contention of the plaintilf. Tho  whole ease will lie from* into at the  next session of the Supieiiie Court at  Kamloops.  J. L. Curveon. brakesman, had a  close call last Tuesday evening. He-  wanted tn board the goiitc. limine .whii-h  ' was coming up at a pretty pood i.itc.  aud after the manner of railway men  intended to climb on from the middle  of the tiat-k as she came up. But, he  forgot that he hart recently lost part  nf the fingers of the rinht hand ai.il in  con-*eqnenc������7 as he iii-ieb-'a c;iah at the  handle liar ns the engine* trot up tn him.  he missed his hold. With eoii.-iiler.ilile  presence of mind he threw himself  liack wards and nutwaid*. ft eun the  track, escaping with a blow in the hip  and a torn trduser leg. Uut. everybody  who saw the occurrence, felt thai tln-y  hatl been within measurable distance  of a ti.if.eel v.  From Fridays Dailt Ilrn.iU).  The fluff is flvinR half mast at the  government ollice today for the death  of Mr. Gladstone. ���������  The HERALD is glad to see that T.  L. Haijr is able to be out again after a  week's spell on the sick list.  Mr. F. C. Gamble has wired that he  will leave Nelson on Satin dny lo come  here to look over the niattrassing.  The Taylor block on McKenzie Ave.  is takingshape above ground and promises to make quite a handsome and  imposing feature ou the street.  The Waverley Co. have commenced  the construction of a large com;i I at,  Albert Canyon. Most of tlieir pack  animals have heen shipped there.  Owing to its not being warty, the  Herald is unable to published the  programme for the* Queen's hiithday  today. It will be ready for publication  on Monday. . n  Fred.' E. Forrest, as agent for ..T. I)  C~-.th.iin. has  posted a notice; applying  : iy-- ji i-i-s of hind at Albert ("anyon.  '1 ni> ij>i-.ii-it-i- section embrace"-, the well  known Hct Springs near the town.  TN CO R PO RATIO N"  _a������>  I'l.OVIN'CIAL SECRETARV'S OFTICE  EDUCATlOiNT  Notice i< hereby slven that the annual  oxmniiinlion of candidate-* for ceniilcate* of  .���������iinliticailnii to teach in the public schools of  tl-... province will be held n-* follow:,, com  mcnciii-,' on Monday, July 1th, l.sC*.,._t!i:l-ia.m.:  Victorit'.    In South Park b'chool I'.uil(ii:i^  Vaiicrriivcr ..  ..In >li_li Sclmol BiriiditlL-  I'niiileiops In Public School Handing  ___.ai*Ii nppiicant inu.-t forwiir.l a no-.ii-c, tl-.irty  day.* b...;*ore the e.**_:_T.i:iatLor., statin-; the i-Ia*.* ^  and craiii* of ccr:IH<*_!** for winch ho. will o.- r. j  cand-Mmc, the optional .-:.b;ecis *(;icctcd. and j  at which of   the --.l.ove-n&im'd places he v.Ill  attend.  . Kvei^y notice of inti-mion lo Iri an applicant  .������__ ,  )C  .capie  Flour and Feed,  And are in  a position  to quote  PRICES.....        . -  that are  bound tc sell.'  Kamioops  Dealers in Dry.Goods, Groceries  and Liquors  c:an furnish all necessary outfits and supplies for Illinois and  .   prospectors going overland to  thp. Goldlields  Via tlie Cariboo Road,  and   arrange   for   supplies-   at  H.\.!LUTON and Glkxoha.  AVtitc for larticulais. 2apt  ^ ^"ou Can Save Money  I  Vil--  -i-������'  By buying MEN'S arid BOYS' CLOTHING  at Bourne Bros, this week.  Full Lines of Hardware  ������-uil Lines of Crockery  ���������,,,,,, A public liipctliis will be held al 8 p.m. at  coiK.ucteii   the   e-x- , Tlll)1)lntr,,  I[all on Wednesday, a~th lint., for  the ]iurpo*e of rccoinineiidin-i: to the Hon.  I-ieutV-noverncr a ilate for the election of the  lir.,t council of the city of it-vel-~tnk_.  c. r.. siiaw.  Secretary of Hoard ofTrnde.  -Jniviltd  BIRTHS  Soi.way.���������On the IS;h   in*,t.. the  of Alfred Hoi way of a son.  FOUND.  An Ave. ht'tween tho C. V. It. depot and th"  Imperial b.ink. Ou ner can have I he "nnie by  pnyiiiB iiie ci>-.t "f jdvcrtlfins.  Liquor License  Trt.l*-e notice thnt I, the iinil.-rdsnoil. Inb-nd  to applv, r_> rliiv* from di'.H', lo tho Wfpr.Hilliirv  Mnn-tfati* f'.r'ilio Sorlli -eidin.; of the Klcct-  r.rii.1 Iii-tri'-t i.f Koo'.i'r.ay fur a licen-r-to ������e'.l  liquor !.v rci.iil in my hotel at the mouth of  e'arnf-* ('r.-^l*.  f)n-..'il till* 1-.; day of May. ! .'-.  4111-,-ltv.- M. .'.!. IsrciiANNA--.  iTrii*: be ac-ompanT-- v.itn -Airsiaciory lesti-  moniftl o: moral ch-rac*...-*-.  f'andidatcs arc notiSed :';*. _11 nl tl.._- bVjv.  rt(i���������.ire:ncnt^- ir.ust 1^* :uifr������ieji before their  application*1 j-hti be tiie-d.  All candidaits for Kir-l ('!������*���������-, flrad.' A. Cer-  riiira'.e*1, iiK-jD.IInj-- _rrariiia-.es. mu-^t attc-Til m  Vlcli-riri to till;, the Mib>;(-.s prr^cr-.V--.: for  __,'.>- i::th ami lltli iM*taiits, and to underao  rc.iiiir'jrl oral .'xair.inalion.  S. 1). I'Ol'K.  .Tiip'"*j-nt.-i!dent ot E'iueation.  Edifation riiVn.r..  -'     Victonu. .'.!.iy itii, !$:������. "mylWA-  HOUSE AND   LOTS  FOR SALE  j:  For s.le. a linnsfj and .V) foot lot on Third  strct't, Ti*ur thf; f(nvfii. hiork, nn*l 11 ~a) foot lot  u������jarly o~.-pr- _itc the ("otirt 1Uiw*>j.  Api"!>* at tho Ifcrnlil (..\ictj.  Our Aprils   >  Cash Furniture Sale  proved to be a decided ���������juccc-*i. We  Kan* j_'0������.| villi!.,- ai low pricc-i. n;id thli"  r'l.':ired out onr sto"~: to malic room for le'ifc  irood-s, whl'li cons'.-tj of Dm-lmnm .-.nilc'-.,  Tnl.l''". r-'l.lcK.i.nl-. fhii'.rs, Kockcrs, Eie. A  full line of rio.-.-eh' ''1 l-'uriiitiir" !������ im������ b������l:iv  placed in onr wiirerLouis. Xo r.C" 1 to -.-rid om  uf town for furniture tu any 'innti'.ity. CniL.  mnl '���������ee our -node ni-i get prices.  y5a=n���������������R. r.OWSON & CO.  CHOICEST   CIGARS,  TOBACCOS,  CIGARETTES,  ^~~~~~3esar.  Soft Drinks.  _Ice Cream Sodas,  Ice Cream.  Wryrii'i Kepaired and I'or Hire.  R.  M.  SMYTHE,  Idmvwtf Tinr.i) ST. (.'i.stiik.  Revelstoke  Hospital  Matci-niiy Iloom in ( oimijc-tioii.  V.-icciiii: kept on band.  Drs. McKechnie and Jefts   Attendants.  LOTEX&G  JUST   ARRIVED  Two in'.vni'K") --rrrs or- rji/iTHK-t  now iiii -.ale nt Wil������r>n**i TnilnrlnR and  Clothiiii; liouic. The*" i<or,.|* arc .-lit it.  the Utc'-1 *-tyl_ nnd arc nlc, fr.-^li ������tn"k  -uillablc for (he **r*fi*-*������ii'-i trade, iin.l l.cini:  t-nli.r-u-e nr'-able to *clcr*t the b..*l wearing  iiintcrlal ior the money. Ilv- p'-.ttiuje a tallr.r'-i  itilch In the button-', pre-wini; out tli.-  wrinkles, ami ninkiiiK any alt'Ti'tlon-i thai  may be ner-e-f^ftry, our l:i'iid\->farl"*i are rendered e(|iin] to i-i'-*itcrn ordered clothe*..  Points, $l.SO and up.  Suits, ,$6 00       ���������  " *Knr tlif itf-nf fit r>f (ho nr-w r^mif'rs n1- uc-Il as  Uifttld lini������r-,v. _' would sny rhtit wc urn nl .���������.,iy������  .-iij-y in mir tn!lori:ii; f|c)iftVtin'':itr mid ul-uiy*.  re'dy to tnkf in'in* order-! mid wclfftnn- nuy  iMii* in cxniuiiM* our vo{d������*iH. Our ���������'('irk N u\>  lo d:itt'and ������iur work .noi: lir^t r~lm.-*_, yvo u������  f(*r uny kind i.i ti -..lit nnd v.t* will plciw yon.  fiuitB to Ord������-r. $1P������ ������nd up.  Pants to Ordor, 55 and up.  Prospectors:   Miners I  Corn** aiul uec v.-hut we've got  in  your  "line.   "Wo nnikf ti ������i)^oiaHy of, this trnde,  nnd pan fit you om quickly and  nt right  prif-i.  G. B. YlUIAt.Zi. GO.  J. KERNAGHAN,  Carpenter  and Builder  OrncE ami Wouk-hop:  Ofl'O-.IlK ( I.TTT  llOt-K.   Km'EtKTOKK.  I'lims.-tKM iHci.clr.n^ and ('���������-iiTaate������������ ^Ivi'tvon  applir-allon. I ii'i Lira, -t *;r, ��������� of doors, -Muli,  l.iar-kct*-, riiniliur-s, ri'iidiir-CJ. hmm ca-.iii'^s,  kitii-'irl-d I'.coriiiiT, c-iISnie. and all inilde lln-  l-h I" due toar.'ivv 1.,-ri- un the 1.1th May and  ���������jf ill b<- o^.-r-'d at pr!!-*** 1.ever ..-.tore oooted on  -.hi* ^1.1*- J.f Vain on*.-jr. Anv r>ne r'Hiuirbi- any  of ill- nljr.se iniU'T.al -.vili be r-oni-.i:ltiriK tlieir  own in'.-re-.:* i>y ifei-.iii-^ my pric'-s before  orderii:.: ei*.-wh"re. ^n^r.-A-tf  ~^~\yi~ have-just opened up live new eases of new Spring Suits that lit  liko a j;love and nre made from the nnxsl handsome patterns that   ,  could be procured in Eastern markets. The following i.s a list of our prices for tliis  week: ��������� . -   " I  I'or ?7.."i0 you can buy aSuit mado of Rood Tweed and nice lilting. , '  Tor .S.'ill we show n Cheviot Suit worth ~12." ]  WS      Tor "li).,"jll wc show a range nf Suits that will sur|iri.*e you, worlli $1:1 mtul .1-1.  Jrf/S      For i"l'_".~tl and $1.1 we .-.how jou line Wornled Irish Slei-ge.s and Scotch Tweed Suits,  ���������MS" ' (it nnd lliii.li e'liiiil to tiilloi--.-.iadc Suits at .Jo to .ii.  i-    -     -'  THOS.   H1LL1ER,  Builder aiid  u>" Contractor  Ollice    in   Tnnping's    Tlicatro,  ground floor.  Estimates furnislind on all kinda  of bniliUHR".  Address : Thos. Hillier,  Revelstoke.  5a~"tf - -   -��������� -    - -      -    - ���������  SPRING  HATS  r.iX       X\'u are showing this week ihe rontunts of seven eases of Men's l'clt Hats, 00111-  e^^   prising the best Kuglish and Ainei-ieaii styles in Stitfs, Soft l-'elts*, Fedoras, etc.  We also show an entirely nc.v mid complete range of Men's and Hoys' Caps. S/j''  JUST  PLACED  INTO STOCK ^  The largest ns������ortinciil of Men'* Soft Neglige Shirts mid Summer Underwent' ever "S^, '  ������y,\ 'steeii in Iteiul-liik-o���������light aiul diu-k eoloi-s. ^������  Shirts varying from IhIc. to ?1 ,XI; Underwear, l',">c. lo $-.00.. "j^ti  TALKING  ABOUT SHOES ' (3$  * ?v5  '"!?      You should got posted on the latest styles and  prices by an occasional sisitfro S?V  0^1   our store.    This iiionth, as onr new season's Shoes nre coining to hand  daily, no SfJ,*v  X^A   are now showing some artistic designs iu button, laced or Oxfords.   Como and see. tTr^A  BOTJJR-lsriE   BE/OS.- &  mmmjmmmmmm  CHAS. J. AMAN.    ���������  Kootenay Agent  Quaker  Folding'  ' Hot-Air and Hcf-Vnpor  Bath Cabinet  G.   PETRETTO.  The Roman  Shoe Maker  liKAF-K-. IX J'-OOT.-: a.vd :jiroK3r   M.nck������_nztf_  Avenue.  Two Doors ~imuth Motions GanW  Ilnrii* "��������������� U^iinirinc don''.  .Modernir J-r!-'-----.    Work Kin.rfint'''<',d.  What do you    ^  want in Shoes ���������  If you want a good Miner's Shoe, eome to  D. Jenkins.  If you wnnlAKood Pr-firSpoctor'n Shoe, romc  to I>. Jenkins.  if you wimt 11 I'mv or Hironi( Cork-Soled Phoe,  cor ne to D.Jcnk.iiH.  If you u&ui k I*oiib I-iOR Hoot, come to I). Jen-  khK  Sliot'H nnd ir*iriic*-s repnired on the shortest  notifu. Ml Mim-j of work kcjif in��������� block at  prices to suit ull.  D. Jenkins,  One I'.lock from ful]  of e.'nua'la,  f-cvclstoke Station  I'lril Pi reel. One I'.lock from Imperial Hank  of e.'nua'la,  Dissolution of Partnership.  .Voile., i������ herebv uiM'ii thai the pnrtucr������tii|.  heretofore sul,"l-.tlii_g Letwei'ii (iust. I,und mid  I'l'tcr Inifnull. cnrrviiiK or: 1>ii������Iih"< lit lhe  Mllilni.' l'xeliiiii:'-. i'.,..-l .K,ki\ has been Ihi"  rlav iH-*-ol*cd bv lilulmil erui-ent. (lli'-t. Lund  will cnliniie lo cmrv on the business, 111  v. horn nil account*" r.v ing lo (lie lute firm niil'lt  b>. f.iil'l. lie will al-" iissiinii. all lial'llllies.  11 (l-lgiii-d.)     Ccht. I.rvii.  ��������� I'. Dll-AII.r.  WItiic������s: .1. V. I'crks. Ilniylwlw  .   S.  "WILSOIET,  J'.IlVKI.STOKn f*TATl('-:,  1:. II.  BE INFORWiED READ THE HERALD  THE    MOLSONS    BANK  Iiieofporat'-d by acI of I'nrllameiit, IS",1".  P.-iid Up Capital        .       .       S2',ooo.ooo  Rest Fund ....       $1,500,000  Head Olll'n: Montr'c-1.  BO-.MSIi   eir   Iii I'* KOTO l'.i������.  v.'. MoIj-on Mjtf.riiKi'.wiN, President  K 11. l.wtvr Vlcc-Prcsideiit  "l. .'.f. Itii.-n-ii,, Il'-nri- r\rclilbiild, Hmniicl i'lnd-  !<:y, .1   P. (jeglii.rr'i, II. .Miirlclanil Molson.  I". "\oi,vm_*it\n Tiioma-* Cencral Malinger  A. I). I)r!:M*i.i:!������ Inspector  11. I.o''kvior.rr j\risistaiit Iiisjicctor  ,\ Kcn.-rnl bunking ImimIiics transacted. "  Interest 11II..V ed on deposit*, at currclit rate".  Knglish and American exchange bought and  sold at lowest rat'.**. 11  BIIANCIIKS.  Avltncr, Onl.  I'.rock vilic, (int.  ('nh:nrv. j\lla.  C'liiitoi'i. Onl.  I'.MMer, (>nt.  Illllllllloll. out.  l.r.ndoii, (im.  Meaford, (mt.  M..Ill re ll, I'.IJ.  MorrNI.urg. (int.  N'oi-wich. out.  Ottawa, Out.  Owen Sound. Ont.  ltevol������toke, 11. t',  UevelstokcJUri'.nch:  Kldgeton. Out.  Smith's Kail", Ont.  f-nri'l. l: 0.  St. Ilranch.  St. Catherines. Ont.  R. Thomas, Out.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto Junction. Ont.  Trenton, Ont.  Vancouver. II. ('.  Victoria, Ii. C.  Waterloo, Out.  Woodstock, eint.  Winnipeg. Man.  It D. Molson, Manager.  This Space is reserved for"  "���������JumoCE-Knac*'  JAMES GILL  & CO.. -  Who  will  soon  be opening  up  in the  DRY  GOODS  and  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS   -  l.y (hu'ctirloiid���������thb best Luke of Ihe  Wood--.  Bread...  The best 011 the market, either white  or brown.  Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries  Hest values In Itevelstoke.  __3___c_���������_���������  -A.   N,  SMITH  John E. Wood  Architect  and  Builder .  Kstiunites, iilniifc- anil specilic.ition.s  fuinislieel on npplicntion. Shop anil  repair work promptly iittuneleil to.  Wood curving n speciulty. Work -.hop.  Front Street.  To..  Fortune  Seekers-  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson &. Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  If you try your luck prospectirip *n  the Lardeau IM-trkt, don't priv  I. M- Citron's genernl store ut  Thomson's Landing, wh'en you ran  buy the cheapest and he-*t miners'  supplies* in tiie district.  I.   M.  lmyswtf  CITRON,  Ti;o:i;os'_ Landing.  CERTIFICATES OF IMPROVEMENT  EXCELSIOR FRACTIONAL .MINERAI_  OLAIM.'  Sitnate i-i tho Trout Like Mining Diil-Ion or -  West Kootenay. Where located: On Silver  Cup -M-untaln.'bounded on the norlh by  the Sccttlsh  Clilef. on  tho south by thu  Excelsior Mineral Claim.  Taku noticp tlint I, Ei^ar A. Bennett, free  Miner's Ccriifir-it-i No. S0CS9 A. lesucd Rt Vie-  101 in on the 3rd November. 38U7, as agent for  nnd on boha't of the Sunshine Limited, Froo  Miner's Certificate No. OlttiA, iasui-u at New  Wcstmin'tor en the 80th June, 1S07, intend. CO  days  from  the date hereof   to apply to tho  Mining Recorder for a Certilieate of Impiove-  ments fur the purpose of obtaining a orown  grant of the above mineral claim.  And further take notico that action, under  Section  37.  must, be commenced  nofore the  is*"iHiicc of such Certificate of Improvements.  Daied this ~_lh day o������ March, 1898.  EDGAR A. BENNETT.  MOUNTAIN FR4CTIONAL MINERAL  CLAIM  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West Ko tenay. "Where: located: On Silver  Clip Mountain, bounded on tDc east by the  ScotHsn Ohifif. on the west by the Mountain Mineral Claim.  Tako notico that I. Edgar A. Bennett, "Tree  Miner's Certificate No 20683 A. issued'at Vic.  toria on tho 3rd November, 1897. n������ agent for  snd on behalf of the Sunphtnej Limited, Freo  Miner's Curtillcate No. C110 A. Issued at New  Westminster on the 3cth day of June, 1897.  Intend, CO davs from the dato hereof, to apply  to tbe Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements for lho purpose of oblniiifng a  crown grant of the* abovcmineral claim.  Ar.d further take notice that action, under  Section 37. miiBt be cotr.mcnred before tho  issuance of such Certificate of Iniprc. omenta.  Dated this 30th day of March, 151)8.  30ninm EDGAR j*.- BENNETT,-

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