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 r  ," <'  V4     / |*.^  r-l__B-- _-1 -1 B_1-__Q  *.'    ���������     / > .     j-   -- '--   L. c {- \  T_.       'v'     /        t..L     ;-   -_  */  -ISSTTIEID   TV^IOE-^-'V^E3EI?Z--'W-EIDIsr2I!S3D^C-2"S;  ___.3STDD *. S^.TTJK.IDA.-Y'S-  Vol. II.    No. 89,  it^&KSSeiSSc^sssSt^cisjcfi^Cir^&^i^  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY. JUNE 4  1S9S.  s  /s  Bay I  Company  [Ini-oi:1'0Ratkd 1670  The  .Most   Up-to-Datc   Outfitters  in Western Canada.  I  I  I  - s  -*���������  Intending Prospectors should write us Sj  for one of our new Folder-*, which &  . contain* an excellent Map anil an Jg  estimate of  the   prob.ibIe co*t of a $,'  complete outfit for lhe Gold Fields  Hudson's Bay Stores,  Calgary, Feb. 1. 189S.  TAPPING'S THEATRE  Saturday, June 4  '���������'In The Cariboo."  Harry  ���������    Lindley  Comedy  Company  iniiseries nf refined and iip-ln-date comedies.  Cinod orchestral music and all the  latest songs.  Reserve. Seals, 7._c.'     Arih'iission  50c.  Reserved Scats now on sale at McDo well-A tklns-  Watsdii's Ilrug Store and at !���������'. II. Wells.  i>g>^~~^?~~-J~?~~PJ_J3S35_3?.  Haig & Crage  Notaries Public,  _,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  DR. R. HATHISON  DENTIST  Will be nt his ollice over lhe (Jniuulii  Drug ri llook Co.'s store, Itevelstoke Sta.  from June 13th to 27.  a  ' MINING,  FIRE and "LIFE INSURANCE  _>  ARTHUR G: M. SPRAGGE,-.  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public,  Etc.  Ofilet.*: Molson's Hunk Hlock,  First Street, Revelstoke Station. B.C.  WM.   WHITE,   Q. C,    ':.  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.  Solicitor fnr Imperial Hank of Canada.    '  ^ '    Front St., Revelstoke, -B.C.   . -  HGuse Furnishings  Just received direct from Scotland.  If,you,vvilJ come and look at onr   Iir'.l~8FT.I.S      lAPESTHY'...";.;  ..-. WOOI    ' Maori  Carpets  JAMES  MURPHY,'E. A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  Olllco:   Cnjran I'.lock.   P.O. ISox IMS.  Third St.; Revelstoke: B.C.  ,jai'a*~i-..__ nucs axd sql-arks.  ..'.   WOOL SQUAIIES    .    .. ,i-\  ;''.>��������� '     '  n.ooit it ugh ' ,*   ' -.  ���������  ���������   '   'COCOAXUT  MATS  You will be pln.-i.cd.   Ami don't forgo I that we  have a    '  Full Range of Linoleum  DR.' MALLOCH,  Physician and  Surgeon.  McKenzie A vs.. Revelstoke Sta., B. C.  Al*o I.ACI--CURTAIN!*, ART JIL-tfUX:-,  TO\vi-:i.snn.i tc>wi-~i.i,i.vo, iir,|,.Acni:i)  (iml   I'Xllf.I'ACIlKI)   T.'.Jjr.u  "i.im;.v,  Etc.. Etc.  :^f  1 h  _������J  Results'  Are   .  What  Count  What  you  pay is  not  half so  Important ns wliat yon get In paint.  Cheap  paint is   always   much'  more   expensive   than    the    high  priced, when results arc considered.  People uro finding this out.  A good nrtieZe will always make  Its way.  The  Sherwin-Williams  Paints  cost more than others, but are the  most economical paints nny man  can use. Tliey last longer than any  other paints, nnd in this we include  Pure Lead and Oil. They go further  and hove a bettor appearance. If  you don't know this already, it's  worth your while to find it out.  B0tIRNE BR0S., ,  AGENTS, "  'REVELST0KE  Dealers In Heavy ami Shelf Hard-  w-arc, Paints, Oils, Glass, Elc.  1 BGots'and. Shoes  Dry Goods  jl line nssiir'nieiit. .  Illggest nud be't assortment In the town  And remember to ask to sec our lines of  , Straw and Felt Hats  will sell at rock bottom prices  try tn please yon.  and will  C. B. Hume & Co,  Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke and.  Trout Lake City, B.C.  Carry  A LIVELY SCRAP  Between Schley's Cruisers and  Spanish Torpedo Boats  A  NIGHT  ATTACK   REPULSED  The   Fleet   Again   Attacks Santiago.���������  Uncertainty   Still   Prevails as to Cer-  vera's   Whereabouts.��������� A   Newsoaper  Correspondent Imprisoned.���������The Opinion of the Pall Mall Gazette.���������Finding-  of the Crow's Nest Road Commission.  New Yen."., June*:?.���������._ special from  Port   Antonio,    Jamaica,  'says-   Tin*  first engagement hutween Coiiimodnie  .Schley's   sriuudioii   unci   (lie*  Spanish  ships of  '{Jcrvei-.-i  took   pl.ti-o   Siiurt.iy  night aiiout midnight.  Two torpedo bonis made ,-i clcsper-  nle* droit to destroy the* Aniei lean  -hips. They were stopped in tho nick  of tiine, owing tu the; vigilance ot the  men under Captain Philip, of the  Tex us.  The torpedo boats I1.~_.1l rlenred the  hai'hoi- unci were creeping along jn t.ln_j  shadow of the Morro and the' nioun-  lain nt the entrance! of lhe: h.-irlior.  Tliey hurt Ir.-iveled two miles lo the  ii'csuviii-il weleti the oiliccr on the deck  of I he Texas sighted them through his  night glass. Two of thu searchlights  of this Tex,is weie tin nod on Ihem'and  llie next instant tin. men who had-  heen sleeping nl, the loaded guns were  aroused .-ind at work. ���������  The Hashing of the lights told the  Spaniards thai, they were discovered  and they uinele 11 quick- rii-.ii with all  sjieeel on toward the Brooklyn and the  Texas. 'Beleu-p their hows Had swung  aniline! the* ciews of the port hint cries  xyero pumping slcel ,-it theni. Rapid-  fire guns,were used. The din of (he  irtin.s of the Texas .il.iiiuec] Ihe whole*  lleet. The machine gnus of the Brooklyn were-i I work a few seconds utter  tlio Texas h.ul st.u ted in. '  The Texas and Brooklyn poured  such .1 lui.0111 slioxvci of sin ill shells  at the tin pedo hoi l*. tint the 1 ittci  wen* line nl lo tin 11 .iliiuit anil seek  sufctv in the h 11 hoi Whit d,im ige  they sustained 1*, unknown The  torpedo ho .is took sIkUi 1 uudei the  furls, aiiel 1,0 ittuinpLlo puisne them  was in uie ltislhouglitll.it neithei  of them was stiuck. 1- lhe\ letie.ilecl  cpiirkl} and in uie small t.uge ts 111 the  iinc-ei t 1111 tee ili'-rht  New Yoi.-~. June   ,1 ���������A Woi Id despatch leu om Poi t ,111 Pi inn* s us     viic  .United S( ito fleet leiie wi el   1. , ift i< k-  mi tiaiitiriiro. .!��������� d it    is   lepeuteel   ihu  rebels liom lhe S iiirpuiiie   c.imp *beic  were    ill.icke'd    li\    thiee   lolnmiis ul  ti-imps     A hloodv fight 1* now 1 1,'ing.  Port    \e>   Piusci:, .lune   .1 ��������� At') ll)  last, iiiuht no Jicsli   news   hidlieeiiu  ceived Ikiiii   *"inliigo     -V1ep01led.it-  lack upon   I In* e. 1 L\     hv the insm gents  ye.steid.iy iflnnoon h'is mil 1 n iliuiicd  anel   ..ppe.ns   to   h..\e   hee.ii    wil limit  found ition  Lonikis, June J ���������A** 1 u*nlt of ic  cent \Sp iiush 1.tin mil s nun h spe, u  lation is nie heie is lo whethei  Ccrvei i's fleet is hot I led up it S intiago  di (Job 1 is .1 l.icl Coiiiinints on the  subject ii kiii the 1110*1 pi ii-iiiin-nt  feni.uie of the news toil iv Tin Pill-  111.1II (. i/elte si\s 'The 01.Iv in-  Iit:nty iu Iheiniss ot uii((it,J'it\ ,s  :ihii!vG\ 1 \e-i 1 is-.ii���������Kriiil. ign di���������Cull T-  aiid he is tliLie 111 spue ot the I ut 1 h U  KI Kmp 1111 ils <��������� i\s he is 1 ot llieie.  'J'hc; P1II1111II Ga/ette is indignvnt it  ihe ,-iriest 111 Culi 1 ot its loilespondept  Kohitison. ind '.ij*, his leliaso inn .t  he insist! d upon  O-iTAWi. Jiine.'l -Therepoil oi the  Crow's nest coiiiiii smoii just puhhshed  shows the deception pi.ittueil hy  agents at e.isti 111 pomls, ,mel the  hai'shiiess md cupiditv of snine suh-  contiiiitois. .M.in-, c i-i's of hiidslup  have heen hioughi to light. Thetom-  iniltee 1 ecotiiiiieiids un mcie.i.e of  wages.  $2.00 a Year in Advance'.  THE QUESTION  SETTLED.  The news, which0the Unit..mi puh-  lishi'il yestei day. to lhe ell'ecl. llint lhe  executive at Victoiia had iix..il ij|t.  dale for the nominal ion and fleet inn  of a mayor and council heie, is very  .satisfactory. It, seems to imply tliat.  the government despairing of getting  any iiotilic.-ilion of a chile I'tnm tins',  place itself, and nol. seeing nny necessity ol putting oil the incorpoiiaion of  the town, "ftur h.iving passed ,1 special  act with the sole ohjec-l ot granting i(,  iiicorpuratinu at ciii.e. hns'settlcel lhe  niatler itself. It is quite cut tain that  no one on a common sense view nf the  situation can possihly find any fault,  wilh them foi'doing so.  The dates selected, the loth .lune for  the nomination and the.* _L_ucl lor lhe  I'lcclicin givo us ,-ihoni a lcu-tiiiglit for  candidates     for        -the intending  11111uicip.il honors to come fm-ili and  shew themselves. A greviuus mistake  w;is made when acting on the advice.*  of a former pulilic- meeting hen* the  govern incut anieud**el lhe qualification  for mayor and council so as to (".elude  every Taxpayer not on the last pin-  vituial ,-issessuient roll-. If a man has  asuifieientst.ikeiti this town to qualify  111 111 to run for the ollice. what matter  if he only acquired" it- a month hefoiv  tiDiniii.it"ifm day. This amended qualification resl ricts the choice of ci'ieli-  datc*s almost as much as the clause did  in tho unamended draft , which compelled candidates to"h.* ciwneis of registered propel ty, and will close out  some, very desirahle residents fiom lhe  service* of the municipality for this  ypar. .    ,, -.    1  _ However enough are left to make a  fair choice. -The ilCKALl) hopes Llml  the elei-Loi's will se" the importance of  starting the new cit.y with an intelligent, practical, husiness council. It is  e onvinced lhat if (his is done, a great  deal of the I'ltentdistriistol' incorporation manifested in some .cpiarLeis will  vanish. It does nol apoear lo he hased  on any very intimate acqiiaiuli'iice  with the workings of incorporation in  C inula and will dis.1ppe.11 under .1  ���������pidiiious 111111 igement ol 0111 itlnis  hv .1 icood (O'uiiil. Iiu 01 poi ation, U  used nghtl., is lionnd to assist Keicl-  sloke ilong lh_p.ithot ]nogiess ind  piospei ix. Tin" e lsiiot 1 low 11 in tlu  intc'iio. ol the lliitish (.'ohiiiihi 1 witn  1 111011* solid lusisoi aliiightei lutuie.  Tne c 1 poi il 1011 w ill gie itly iiili e ise 0111  l.Kilitics tm usingjftlieiiilni.il c i(i 1-  lulities of 0111 position to Ine utmost  possihle .id\ intigeJ  at   lhe   Farm   on   the Albert Canyon  road hy IX-iu Oillespie.  IJeti Green has started with four men  to do tepair work nu the trail liet*veen  the Canyon and Illecillewaet. ���������  Quite a lot of men aie collectee. at  the Cunycm waiting for work.  TODAY'S   LOCALS  Hot weather.  ���������Go to R. Tapping  plants and piodtiee.  for  THE LATEST TWiST  Given to the Incorporation Question  by  Our Wiseacres.  The IlEitAi.i) fhought the utmost  limit of human lolly had already been  reached 011 this ineoi poi.ition question.  It was mistaken. The clique thai- loi-  some reason of their owi; is nun-opposing il. have managed to find even 111  Lho lowest depth a lower still. The  eiyisnow that Hie government aie  lorcing incorporation on the people.  And sonic ot the veiy men who .ue  going jciiiiul with this cackle, weie  among the signers of the pel it ion to  the legisl.ilure m pass a special net tu  .uceleiate the incorporation of Itevelstoke- Now- the government having  passed an act. iu accordance with the  prayers of the petition and liccnuse  they did not do it, at tl.e beginning of  the session, these veiy men who"  stalling this new  round liintin  inl.iienci  youy garden  jl.1t  -Miss _Mary R-iylis k>aves for Tacoma  oy this inorning'.s ~s~n. 1.  -. ���������''��������� ^- Kmith. politician, etc.. came in  irom tho smith yesterday afte:noon.  Dr. R. G. BreLt went Ihromrh thi":  morning to the   Halcyon Hot Springs.  The ]\ns|n Kootenaian hascease*el its  (.ady edition, and as usual ( omes out ,-i  semi-weekly.  , -Monday and Thursday nitrhts will he  in fiitme llie regular practice nights  iiii'No. 1 hie hiigade.  iMiss y.iloni ine has taken the position  yaeat-c. hy Miss Hattic Lee. with the  Canada Drug to [look C'n.  R  THE PREMIER'S   VISIT  The comiii': \,s.L of the pio.'iicii!  piem ei to Ri idstoki v ill be a i.el-  ��������� oiue oppoi I iinilv lo 'he (Lltcils ol  this lining lo inee' Mi Tniiiei uul  leeeivi*  i'i   iccoiuilol   his  siev.aidslno  if  Foreign and Domestic Soaps and  Perfumes. ������    w  A full line of Toilet Requisites.  A complete assortment of Stationery.  Drugs and Chemicals, every  preparation being fresh and  chemically pure.  Dispensing a special feature of our biii-Ine-,.*.  ^Chas. E. Reid & Co.  CHOICEST.  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS,  CIGARETTES,  Soft Drinks,  *"^������~- Ice Cream Sodas,  Ice Cream.  Ilicyclcs Repaired and For Hire.  R.  M, SMYTHE,  lOmynw tf        Tiunn St. C'EXTnc.  * A Kootenay Man in Alaska.  Tlnrij Williams. ,111 old time ICoote-  nay piospcctoi, well Known heie. and  one of the pioneeis of the lllecillouacL  coiumy, ciime 111 yesteiday fiom the  west'on his way to Tin! p 1\������ ks to  look aftei his .Sloe,111 piopeitii'-i. Mi.  \Villiams has been up nlo������ig the eoasl  of Alaska, with whii h he is familial,  looking foi qn.ut/. and 1111 tu ul.iilv  for.-i ceitum claim on the co ist o'f  Hiii-minli Isl ind which he staked nine  years ago lie w.is loi tun.ite enough  to find not only the ledge hut si en  thi; s.-ime yeast jiowilei cm containing  his location notice, wh'ch ho hid lelt  there, on his loinier visit. He also  made some good loc it ions ne.u Sitka  The ore is .ill f 1 ee milling. low- gi.iele*  and in immense bodies. Mr. Williams  thinks th.it Minook cieek, 111 AI isk.i,  is the coming new e.urip up theie. He  thinks that the difficulties of the* tup  to Klondyke his been .1 good 'deal exaggerated hy theiepent~ of tendeifoot  Argonauts, and .it least lo millions in  dust wilt come out this 7e.11  The Coming Race.  It is now preltv defimtelv settled  that om townsman, ,1. G. G.indnu,  champion of the worlel. .ind Robeit  Johnston, champion of the Pacific  Coast, will low July 1st nt Vancouvei.  Thecounciloftli.it city have agieecl  to "give -������2.000 towaicls the rontesl.  Mr. Giiucl.iui insists 011 S-,500, however, and as he is champion, the -Vancouver men. of ionise, will have to  .���������ic-reele lo ins demands. It is vety  likely Ihey will elo so as it is peifeetly  evident that the people out theie  have a srooel eleil of lonfideiiee in then  man. .Mi. Giueliui- is now naming  hard and netting himself 111 fine sh ipe.  so tlmt it In- terns aie iccepte.l by  Mr. Johnston he will be equal to the  expectations of his fiiendo. LvrrK���������  The full imoiint is now 1 used md the  races will take place.���������R it Pottage  -Miner.  in his inipoitant office Vuip'e notici  wil! be gi~.cn in the iiLl_\lli ol tin  ��������� \ 1.1 d ne nf lln*>(i_i 'i 11 111 01 d.*i t'l it  ci'i'iidie mil have 'ii oppoi luijit\ of  ( oiiiing 111 to be [i'i int it llu p.ihlie  iiili ting wl"(h he \,ill holii heii  'iluie ne gual main |oinis m the  g"nci il polu i nl llT>'go.i 1 niiii'iit \ei\  mipi'i led!, ippieht ndi ct bio pi upli  llfie. who aie 1 good di il loo mm h  mc line (! lo legaiil cveiv nu isme  solelv l'oni the Kooteiiiy s( melp i.nL  "Woi king on lhis tendi *ie\* it i������. a iei v  e is-\*-i*iaitei lrn_p nn1" in "01 {. 1 is"rriTe!  oiitnislo ch-toiL to the clisLicdil ol  the guii'i iiinent iiitis.uis, whiih  when leiiewed liom 1 liio.idei st ind  p mil. c .111 e isilv be show 11 to ho foi  lhe benefit ol I he pi o. nice A ne.uei  Kqu.iiul.mee Willi All. Tmiiei will  il'ii dispel some of the small suspicions  entei timid bv some people and sedu-  ously fosleicd by otheis against the*  goieiiimenl. snnplj lm niseit happens  to be L.u 1 led on it 1 (list nice in Victoiia. His \ imI also w ill give some of  0111 bin mug and shining lights of lhe  opposition ,111 oppoi tiiiuty to 1epe.1t  bice to 1 ice some of "the In .ive  wends of whiih I hey.ue so pLiidig.il  at long lange.  Tin* plui k and i-neigv displayed hv  .1 geullem 111 of Mi. Tuini'i's yews in  uiide-: taking so e\|ensive a*politieiil  tour will Iheiiiselvcs ciiiiimei.cl him to  the siilli iges of nut people. We* like  to see ,1 in in with some pluck 1111] gi;  ibout him. who is not afi.iid lo ask  foi what he w.infs 01 tn meet Ins  opponents, one clow 11 in Revelstoke  iinolliei come on in Nelson. The oncigy  displayed by the pieinier 111 (his  imittei is nieiely a sviilbol of th.il  which has always c h.u ic teti/ed his  .1d111111istt.il ion in the just and will  f onlinue to do soin the lutiue. and the  elc'Llois will also be ihle dm ing Ins  visit to in ike rinothei nole of Ins  (li.niitei and th it is Ihit what he  s,iyo he will do. will be done, and what  he is not ceil nn whethei he can elo ot  not, he will not say for CLitain ho i m  do at ill. It is ihaiged agunst him  that he is no "politic 1 in." Think  goodness this p.ailiciil.11 eh 11 ge is ti uo.  He is not. He is only a plain business  ui.in unci an honest geritlem in, whose*  desire foi office spiings fiom wotthy,  p idiotic and st itesm mhke motives,  and not fiom anythintr theie is in it.  which appeals to .1 meiie s( If seeking  rind lowei-muirted ch 11 .ittei.  y men who mi:  cry, weie going  iiboul wire-pulling and  w'oi-king against Lhe incor-  poiationof Lhis place, in the caliinet,  now that tho goveriiini'iit have done  this, h.-ive then pioeeducl further to  amend the act in ,ecci,idance wilh lhe  wishes of ,-i public mi-eling, iu which  Il11.se very same men .-icrain took a  piomineiiL parL.-md in which there was  not so much as a hint .breathed -that  the passing of such an net was not entirely .satisfactory to this community  iind thoionghly m accord with their  wishes, then the government which  has clone all this is accused of forcing  iucoi'poi'ritiou upon the people. And  why-1 Heciiiise a public meeting  called lo fix lhe dale eii the Hist election, was again captured bvthese very  siiue people, owing to the Li imin il in-  dilleieiiee lo public 111 itte. s 1 h 11 ictei  istic. ot the m,i](ii n\ ol the lesidents  ot this pi ice, as indeed it. is ot ,1 good  111 my othei s toi ihu nuttei, md Histoid ot fixing 1 duo 01 doing in v-  thing ol the kind, Ion.aided 1 long-  winded 1 (isolation to llu* _;o\einuie ul  the pi tm sense ol whiih these vctj  sai.ie people h id to e\pl un iw ly into  nonsense beioie the briudol liade  uoiilii Lcmch il wit ha pan oi tongues.  This second meet mg w ls only ln-lcl a  tew weeks aftei ine'fhsL Not fine  s.ngle lens jii li is been idvanec d w hieh  in ikes mien poi 1(10,1 lessde-aiahlenow  Lh in it was it the tune when lliese  ~ei~ ^nii'iiiwi lonlcnteil tlieni*-u,"es  wnb pitssmg lesohitioiisofrenhfTe lew  fulling .1111en.l1111.11Ls  lo lhe act     Tel  .T. AVilson, s'lpei'intpndcnt of C. I  lelegr.i~.h_--,   Mrs.   Wilson and sou. are  '" t������w������ today, unil   111 e guests of   the  Hotel RevelsLoke.  A..I. McDonald, of the Hotel Revelstoke.  and  1). R. Stc-ininn, train  des-  imlche-i, left this   niuiiiing for n   "  fishing to Ros's' Peak.  ci:iy  -If is iml, the monev vou  dining .iiiieii.iiiu.iiLs lo llie act Vet  thev haiclho bit uncles h* peious*. to  go iii'inri this limn whining iliout'l he  itliili u v conduct ol the goieinmcnl  in line mgiiKoi pen itmn iinmi this town,  'lhev h,i\e simply held themselves  ti'iilj lo use the meoipoi ition agiinst  the ';n\eminent wlueheeei win the  11.1II hopped Docs m\ body "who  knows them s 'ppose foi one moment  lb it 1! 11,1111 poi mon h id hei 11 1 el used  lhen would   not   h ive h 1   the   vety  li, ^r to deiioiuue IhelAi.i'ie of the  government in 11 lusmg to uiede to the  wislns ol ihe pt.ipie    These men haie  bec-m _Uowed__D_u) Lkii_tins p! 11 ci-tlio  l.uigliiii'-r stud ol the piovmii "ind to  si iiltify il 111 the ej es ol t lie |t g,*,| am e  mil ('-.('( uti.e*, in oidti Lo sun (hen  own cads, long enough. Il is imie  this sillv lane came to an end The\  11 '* thieatenmg a petition agiinst Lhe  d.neol the lust iniitiK mal elc( tion being fixed. It is to be hoped tint (he  mlelllircucc of the ciinmiiinitv will sec  thiough lhen si heme and Ieuelhe  petition to the hllle clique w heie it  belongs.  ALBERT CANYON  Notes from the Lively Mining Camp on  the Illecillewaet  The W.ueiley (oinpinv is ptittitigin  .mother w.u ehouse at Albei t Cariv on.  J. Gaffnev is the foi email of the  paity of men who aie being made up  lo do lepms nn the Albeit Canyon  waggon 1 oid.  Dan Gillespie is up the west folk of the  Illecillewaet doing assessment woik on  his cl 11 ins, with Ale _ McRae*.  A Uiger glumly w.is   shot last week  Political Snapshot-..  '���������Joe" .Mai I in h is idenlillcd hunself  Willi piu. im nil politic-, hut has nor  the coin ige lo publiilv stale lh tt he is  satisfied with the pi esent lendeiship ol  the oppo ition p.n ty.  11 is cm 1 ent I v icpoi ted .iienine! town  lhat the alleged I inning into Oppositionists ol nil independents is nol so  niiely healed up as the opposition  phvsii ian would w ish il lo be. '1 heie  1*. still a decided hi i ai li m I hei,inks. It  would be htiange ii llieie weie nol.  The long-standing flshenes dispute  questio.i has.it Ia-I been selth'd and  llu* Pi ix y Council of London h is upheld the decision ol the siipieme com t  of llie Dominion The piniuif es now  have luiisdiction in all 111,itteis except  h uhois.  The Sloe in Cilv News contends lh it  it is the duly ot all newsp ipeis lo acl-  *.ei(,ite the selection ol candidate"* in  whom the people* can confide, and tiom  whom they can expect site, sound,  w ise and honest legisl il ion. [I should  l.ilim unceasingly lm ils city, town 01  d.slnct. md (.lie ol 'ts di.ties, whethei  il is a pleas ml one 01 not, is to t \ei t  ils eneigv viid influence 111 an 1 lfoi t lo  senile the best iv 1 liable men as ian  chelates len the h gislatiue.  The Nelson Tiibune. speaking ot the  p .lit i( .il situ it inn. stales that Joseph  Mai tin 111 iy be m uked down as the  "ne*\l" atteiine.-Lff'iieial of Rnlish  Ceilumhi.i. The nc\t mav be .1 long  w-.iy off, and if all th it we he ir fiom  the difFetenl putsof tI1ep101111ee.it  ill ippioiehcs the com cl. the opposition aie lmther away fiom the  covet'el loaves and fishes of the tieas-  111 y benches tli 111 they ever have  been.  The pinvineiil gox einmerit list  week sen! msti uetioiis to its intent a'  GIpiioi 1 to huiiy woik upon the ti ul  to Like Teslin is fast is possible, without icgaid to wh it Macken/.i'', M inn  to Co. were doing.  ,,  .- ......e, hut  llie  money you  save, that   tells.    Put  vour savings in i]K> ..cpiitahluanrt thev  xvill he" iilmost doubled in eight ycais.  '   ' June 1-It aw  ���������Why pay rent, whe,. small monthly  paymenls will give vou a home of your  envn? Anply. Grogan to Co.. agents  mi- (he Equitable. Savinirs. Loan anil  building Association.'    June- llt2w  Da iiGodi rev's British militarv b,u,il  will pUv in K:li i������nrLag(. on fhe (Ith  inst. "The Star Spangled D.-iimei-,"'  by speci-il ie(|iles(; will be one of ihu  seleclions. out of respect, to numerous  American lesidents in that vicinity.  ���������C'omineieiril punting is wheie the  IlLlt_.ro shines Anotliei 1 ian has  lieen idded to 0111 i.ier h line il stair, so  lh it 0111 meieising business could be  h nulled ptopeilv But we've, ilwais  loom foi anolhei -iidet Don't wait  1111(1! you au* ele.u om.    Oulei  nov .  ���������To Pitosi'ixrons \mj Mivrn=-���������  An A ] blend ot ludi m Oev Ion u* 1 put  up in 1. " md 10 Ib water pi ont hair-,  espenilly adipted foi packing (will  -���������tand -iiy w.jnther) nnv he obt lined  liomW. P, Peisc&C'o at 1 model ate  pine Also Tellev's md other fiisf  class le is.  -���������\Iounl Regfne. pist icioss theiixei  fif.uiiis. is being gie.alv illumed these  d iys Iiy ptssengeis uoing tiiintigh  ResideiilshcieahiiosK ul loappieeiate  tne* h iiiliful steneiv we 11 e sur  loundcd In, 11101 ��������� pai ticul.it Iv now  th it the *nmv e ippecl mountains have  assumed lhen summer g u b ol fob ige  ���������The Unit w.u is fieqiicntly complimented on lhe high gi.ule of job  xx oik sent out nf this office ft is ereu-  ei lllv know 11 th it no jnli is too big foi  ns- to handle, and none loo *m,ill to do  in .S11e.it and woiknianlike manner,  and 0111 pi lies ne light  THE HARRYJLlNDtEY; CO.-  "May Elossom" Played Last* Night to'  a Crowded House.  The popular Harry Lindley Co." pub"'  S."    -'Mar ,/.;>"-"'"'   '-������t evening1 ���������-  Lippmg'.s- 1 ne:ilre   nnd   had   ,f |ood'  douse      Most,    of    the   people     are'  already famihiir with  this coiribiinv  and of tlieir talent nothing need- 6e'  said.    The  company has greatly iru--  proved since their last visit here.    The"  comic .nnd   up-to-date  songs  lielween1  acls  were really good  and   in" everv  instance demanded  ;in  encore.     The'  dancing   w-.-is   veiy   clever."   and'   the'  --(��������� ections by  the orchestra  given  at'  elilterent intervals during the* evening  were up  to   th������ir   usual  standard  of'  execlence.      -If.-iii-y."   as  a parsfth.- ,  c-rea ed a great deal of merriment and  laughter.     J he price of admission   for'  t^neiestof their esigngainent will  he.  10   cents-   for  reserve    seats,   general  .���������idmission .V) cents. . ���������  : 'J1',1 j,t,lc' Uai-ihfio- is the fitle.of"  tonight s play. It will do vou'good to'  hear it.  The Harbor of Santiago;    '  The  harbor  of   Santiago   de  Cilia;  owing to the narrowness of the  chan'-'  ue! leading to it.  i** dillicult to enter'  anel to leave.-   The harbor and channel-'  aie shaped like a flask-.  ,,nd  a fleet-in  fhe harli-.r could he effectively  bottled1  np by bloi-kadinsr vessels at the  outer  entrance* to the* channel.   The channel  I*, but 300 yards wide,   anil   onlv'one '  ship can enter or  leave at one'tinie.-  Tne channel hius been mined until the"'  safe passage is but 100 feet wide..   The  harbor and   channel are  bounded, by  high hills and those of the ch.'innel'nre  strongly fortified.    New- Kmpp'guns''  have recently heen  mounted in  carefully construct ed  s.-mel  fortifications,  livery   foot, of   the  entrance   torthe'  11 limine] has been mined and the forti-"  fic.-itifins overlooking these mines ,-ire-  f-specially stiong.     To enter the har-  hoi   t v esse! lues to make a double turn  md mn the (linger of gome  around.  Lefoie altemptinir to enter the harbor  ind tltack  the   Sp inish   fleet,   naval  olhceis   -iy   the  outer   fortifications*  would have to be* 1 educed and the  ior  pedoes in the channel count _r mined.  Once within its h.iihor its length,  13  miles, would alford ample scope  fen   a  ti.iv.il engagement.   Spaniards at Sun-  t. igo   sud   that  the  American fleet  vvouid he blown to pieces if it enine in.  md the toxvn could  not   he  taken   hv  bombiidment   in  a thousand   vp-irs.  -Ihey intimated  that htddpn ob'struc-"  tinns h id also been placed hi the channel whiih m ide it. idelitionallv dangerous to all   hufc .1  few   Spinish   pilotn.  The lnsm gents smiound the city  and  h ive cut  off  any   ittempt  to   i_ach  Havana bviand      The  lights   of   the  insmgents' camp flies  weie invisible'  ftom the city limits.  Hon. J. H. Turner  .<,,  ieiuces in the Metlmrti-t chmdi  tomoiif.w it_.ll 11 in .md T'HI p in wdl  be conducted by Rev- S I. Thompson,  the new paslor Moining suoject:  ��������� Zimi. the Citv of God" .".veiling  siiliieet: "A Lost M m and .1 Seeking  b iv lour."  G J. Alkins, ni m met of th������ Fiench  Cieek Co ( nut* 111 ftom Big Bend yes-  teidiy lie is well snlislfcd w Kb the  adxaiKoel st ige of the-xoik on tin*  ( nnipun.'s pinpeitv. is (Oinii ui'd vxilh  last ven. Th"V h ive (!���������. men nt woi k  now. Theie ue si\ ot eight tons meue  of 111 k hinei v. whii h c line m too lite  for the steaniei, to go up hv pick  tl nil.  ���������Pieshlv mad" bultei. mine frig-  ������.ml thin (ii'imeiy. mnv be obtained  liom W. IJ Pease* to Co. n Im hive  iiindi* ailaiigeiueiits evilha fii*-i-<I.i-.s  bultei m ikei to hive his in.iki'cr*  piessed to them, si* thnt the bullet will  iciidi tlieh' cn-loini'i . in .1 peifectly  fiesli (ondilion.  The Lid ies'aid of the Pirshvlei ian  (lunch iiileinl holdmcr n nnv eit \ social  111 then rhim li 011 Tm sfhiv evfiiniir  Tunc 11 Reficsiiuieiits will be sei vetl  on ,11k'I_iu npe iu prm mil -i good pio-  Ki mi li is been pi o*. ided The ladies  oi" the eongieg ition (������������������.tend aheaily  mvitiLion to th-* people of Revelstoke.  Min liter Whvle of the Cinidim  Puific R nlxv iy left letentlv on .1 tup  over lhe lieloiainc IhiikIi. accom-  pitiied bv Supei iiucudent .Tone������. Mi.  Whvle ( ontinues his 10111 nov t<) the  cnist fiom Poi til joininc; Vice Pi*esi-  dent Sh iiighnessv it .Moose"T uv, 15,..  foie 'eiving Mr Whjte s nd the proposed new tunc t ible vv is 111 the hiiip  position th it it h ir* b"pn in foi two  weeks, vvaitmct msti iiit'ons fiom  Montif il (o put if. in fence These ir-  sum tion- ue e\pected d illy ���������Winnipeg Fiee Pi ess.  Frank ll.inn ih. of Ti nil. his pinch ised .1 h ilf mter-st n thiee tr.ilen.i  piopeities in the* L.rrtetu. One of  Ihese, the Agnes, on Pool cieek. alious  IJ miles fiom Thompson's Lindin? Ins  aptomismg le id well otieiked with  <r iletia from which .-i������siis yield fiom  200 to 100 ounces m silvei. and fiom 25  to 10 pei cent. lead. Of lhe otlur Iwo I  el 11ms. one. the Robin, is 011 Fish  cteek. and Ihe othei. the lion Horse.  hke-> on Allow- hike. B"sides the half  interest    111   the  ptopettv   bought   by  TheannouncenienL that Hon. J. H. ���������  luinei will  make a political  tour of  the Kooteniiys prim  to the plectiont..  has been leceived with no little gt-ati-'  fifrilion by lus Rossland admjreis. Jlr.  Tiiinei Ills been in public life  in  Brit-"  isli Columbia ������oi__np,irly 20 ye,���������s.Js=H8���������  has seen the* province gtolv from jte~  n/iricy to sfiudy manhood,-,and has-  t-sen a  p'oniinent pirt   in   bringing  about   its   pheuui.ieriHl   development.~  D.inng this long pei ind lie his jiuiin-  tamed   an   unbioken   record   for the'  stiti test integutv both n* a publicist  nnd   1   pnv.ite   eiti7en     Bv  all   who ���������  knew lum he-is esU'emeel for hih kindly  dis|)osiLi(.n    and   1111 iffected   hearing.  Phe head of one of the latgcxt meiciin- "  til" houses in Western Canada, he has  nevpiiheless   found    time   for   manv  consecutive yeai-s to devote* himself in '  a llioioiigh and  painstaking manner'  10 the duties that have devolved   upon'1  lilm as u  member   of   the   legislative  assembly and a minister of the crown.  To sm h 1111  ex.teiit bus he done   tl~i~ ���������  that he h is,   it  is  said,   neglected  his  piivate liiishic-s, 'nut his   bit tei est" political opponents have never vet  lieen  able to j mlly eh.uge him  with  using  his  rnitinl   position   to   advance   his  pcisomil "ends.    Theie     aie     nrnple"  gi ootids foi the belief thot he .wcepled  the lln nice poitfolio in  the lii-st  instance bee ause the* leaders of his party  convinced htm Unit of all   men  available he w.is best lltted to undeitiike'the  i������*-r������)i.-ihility of handling the fhmncfs-  of  the   Province.    His   acceptance nf  the piemiethhip was goveiiiecl  by the  -line considei.it-oiis.     Mi. Tinner had  nevei   si hcmccl   for his  political   ad-  v incement;     he   seems   incapable   of  doing   ������o     He   is   the   leader   of  the  ttovei nmenl p 11 ty todav hei ,111-tehis po-"  litif.il follow eis< believe he is the ablest  of then   iKiinber.   and   because   they  hive   unbounded   confidence in  him.  It would Ilea good thing for C imlda if  there vvete nioie men   in   public office  fhe same tvpe  as  British   Cnlutnbia'd  fin nice miiiilte*!.���������Reissl.inrt Min6V.  '.li     H 11111.1.   the  iniiiaiiiii'U half his's  The Me=srs. Caylev Bros., who had  the eontiact for the construe tion of  the budge act oss Downie creek, returned to.town 0Y1 Wednesdtiv night,  having finished the woik on'tt the"  bridge.  A.   E      Kir.caldp    returned    from'  Feiguson  lest night, and icports  the.  se.u-011 iihn.it .1 month l.irer than usual  with   lots   of   snow on   the mountain  top-*.   Mi.   Kinc.tide* put  two men toi  woi k on  the M.iv lip. an  extension of  the Nettie L. on the Pool gi oup.  Willi im C   McKinnon    i-pcerilly of  the firm of Huotei to McKinnon  with  stores at Silverton.  Three  Forks nnd  S i:-don. w ho left  for   the   Klondike~  "imp weeks ago, was drowned | iri the"  b.-en si c 111 ed by Roll to i>rog in.T������w j ^co.   He W,LS one of the ���������]OS:t p-ron~;.-  Denv 11  Ledge. | rteilfc business    ckme riverat Glenor.i a few days -  one of the most p* " ~  men rn the bloctin. iiii mi ii ii nr~rlvr,M'T_a-e----T~ti_~~tn**-~gMa  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests o������  Kevolv-oke, Lsrd.au. Bin Bend, Trout Lako  Illecil!**w.ot, Aloart C invon, .lordan  I'a_s and Ki'_le i"a3i hi.iricta.  A. JOHNSON Proprielo".  G. E. OROOAN Editor*.  A Sa~iH.W-.o-_U* Journal, published in tlio  iQlc-rchl- ot -tgvclslO-O und tho eurrouiidinK  (iNtnct. T<VedneiMla}-r> und __lnr(.;i--, muKiui:  .lofoat connections with all trains.  Advertising Kales: i'upioy a-ln, Sl.nO per  coluin_loeh.>!.-JPL'rtncliwhonin_-rU-l'i'itillo  pai.0. Lenal -an., lie p-:r (iionp_reil| lino for  _rs- inscrllun ; So for u_cn additional iiiburlion.  Reading nonces. 15c per lino each icauo. Bin 11,  -darr.Bf.-e and Death nodecs. free.  _.ub=e_ ipl!-.- :~_tss: Uy :ui--l or carr pr. M 00  por annum ;  *l.~o f>T sis month-, stri-ll.   in  BdOu?CJob Deportment.: 'Im: Ukuai.p Job  Dcpirtuieiit U mi" ef th. be.I equippoU  priiinu-. o-_.(.*n in W ������s, hc-lcii .v. ������������'l ������ }*<������������������  p*.������d to execute r.ll-lnds of v-.l-linK l������ '",--c  claw siyl- ������l hones-, prices One linen 10 ii.i.  No job l>x> la-������e���������none _~o Binuil���������forus. ."���������������'  ord.nipr_ii.pU}- attended tu. Givo r.8 a tnai  on TonrncAioid.r. . _.  ���������rie.-..-:-.._ one.ent_: Wo lav correspond-  eo._ j on any biibject ot iiutn-st '.o th". yem-iai  uu'j'ie, and dusiru a rellabl' re|_iil������r o.rruv  poodent m every locoli' siirroiindiass  RcveUtoke. In all casea lhe bono lido namo  of ~ti_ writer -liiaiiicconip-iiy manuscript, out  not necewtarll}- for publication.  AddreS3 ivll eaaiuiunica'ior.a  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Rovelstoko. 3. C.  NOTICE TO CORHESPCHD-KTS.  1 Ml oorrcapondenee uiu-t lm legibly  written on oneside ot iho paper only.  2. Correspondence cnmainiUK personal  matter must be sinned with tl._ pr per namo  ������ 3. ..orrespondence  with  ruferenco   to  any  Ibinu tha;  has  appeared  in  another  pacer  roust first be offered for pun'.icuijon to 1  raper before it can appear in Tin, hkiiald  ihut  SATURDAY.  JUNK      I.  a sos.  OUT OF JOINT  It is a singular fact ineveryday  lit'e that the average man believed  himself capable of rumiit-g some  othei- man's business better than  the in an who i- running .it  Nobody is just in the pasituni  that he faucie. himself endowed  bv nature to iill. The right'' "in  is never in the right, place. "V erily  it is a queer world. .  The man has yet. to be discovered  who is uoc fully qualified to rim a  newspaper bettor than the editor,  and natural born hotel keepers are  to be found iu overy town by  hundreds. Bauk manager. know  nothing about banking. The men  who know exactly how a bank  --hoitkl be run. never have so much  a-* a post office savings account.  You can meet them in any bar.  If they had their way bank  failures would be unknown aud  five dollar bills "would bo more  plentiful than mosquitoes. In  fact they'would thing;* fairly hum,  and such trifles as ratios, sinking  funds and reserves would cut no  ice at all. Bnt short sighted  bunk directors continue to overlook th.se heaven born financiers  i"u! consequently we nmsfc'groan  iu slavery and envy tbe other  fellow's fat" bank account.  Theu take politics or law: how  ot'reu the wrong man gets a seat  in parliiuuent. Any half dozen  men who have had three Scotch  whiskies apiece can tell .just how-  to run that particular department,  or amend a bill, or give judgment  ou a difiicult case that '.he judges  have not sense enough to sea  through. There is the other  fellow drawing the salary and  here are six men that know moce  than he does aud telling people all  about it. without anv salary at  all! No' wonder Harulet pronounced the times out ot' joint a  -ithou*-Tiud-~-yeiirs-ago.-=--Tln.*y--tire-  stillout.  But ic is v.-nee we come to railways and war than the exa������pef-.  atiug injustice- of the whole thing  is laid bare. There is not a brake-  man, or a conductor, or a telegraph  operator, to ..ay nothing of the  section hands, who could uot run  thu old road ten times better than  the superintendent or . the  manager, or even the president.  Ac the same time, however, they  do not know as much about  running the road as the countrj"  merchMUCv, the Patrons of  Industry, or ihe cl rummer who  travels on a reduced ticket. There  wa. never a man in the.e walks of  ]iie who did not un.lpi-stund railway management from Dan to  lieer. hebii. It is safe to say that  in the smoke of a Pullman almost  any day in the week enough railway wisdom can be found running  to waste to manatro the whole  G. V. It. with the Grand Trunk  thrown in. But numerous as they  are, the men who can run lail-  ways, are not a patch on those  who eoulel conduct a war.  The home of great military  genii.st.-_' is the United States.  They are not hampered bv  modesty. We were informed on  the train the other day, by a  blustering Yankee from Seattle  that "'every person in the United  States of America i.s a general." It  seems positively cruel that only  ona or two ot them can be  appointed to positions of supreme  command. It makes a man fairly  wild to think that there are  thousands of men driving beer  wazgons, pushing whiskers, and  writing on yellow journals, who  could run armies and navies, and  yet tliey are given the cold  shoulder.  In fact all over this disjointed  world square men are in round  holes'. The real bank managers  are sawing wood; men oE 1 he  greatest legal ability are digging  post holes or punching ' steers ;  expert railway superintendents  are measuring calico, weighing  -wear, or wasting their time on  telegraphic tickers: great editorial  writer, are driving mules, or  leaning against a bar. and the men  who ought to be in jail are holding  some of the fattest jobs in the  country. What a queer world  it'  is.  HOW TO ENCOURAGE  IMMIGRATION.  Lord Strathcona the High Commissioner of Canada says in a letter to the Minister of the Interior,  The Hon. Clifford Sifton:���������  "If settlers from the old country  would only take the trouble to  write occasionally to the papers iu  the district from which they came,  and give their names and adduss.  1 am sure that, the recital of their  experience, and favorable impressions, woultl do mucli to  help ns in our ftuod work. At" a  rule it is only tho discontented  people who write, but such letters  have been low and far between  during the last year. At the same  timo what wo want aro favorable  letters fro ui others, aud it cannot  be too often repeated that tbe  best Immigration agent is tho contented and successful settler."  Tliis wu immagiue would not be  a very   irksome  task   and would  require very little ability tind the  ex Dense   would be   trilling.     Our  own   immediate   neighborhood  is  largly settled from  Great.IJritniu,  and if only a few of Jthe  settlers  who came amongst us and made  money, or improved their condition in   lite,   would   summons up  the necessary courage and  euei gy  to indite a letter to the editor of  the    local   newspaper   published  near the  place   they  have.come  from, they would noc only please  that editor, (which they need not  much mind about) but they would  bo sure of a, very appreciated reading   by   their  old neighbors   and  friends.    News of n, personal ;char-  actur from one   who   has   been a  resident in tho old country,  aud  whohn- had the courage to pull up  tlie stakes aud strike out 11 path  for himself in the new world, has  always a great factuation to stay  at home readers.   Thero is hardily  a family in the old  land   who has  not some relative or friend nn this  sido ot the Atlantic,   and reliable  information     repecting   the    nature of the ..climate,   resources of  tho country, modo of life, and general orospects of gaining an independency,     aro    eagerly    sought  after.   In was by such means in a  trreat    measure   that   the Uniled  States was so rapidly brought; into  notice.   There  is  no   doubt that  the most acceptnble hum it" rants to  Canada are the farming class, men  who can bring families with them  and a little   cash,   and   there   are  thousands   in   the   old    couutry,  whose faces are ground down with  heavy taxation  and high rental,  who if they had only tho guiding  hand held to them would gladly  exchange their present depredent  scute, for the  freedom from anxiety the   great North West offers  them, in the means of e~asy purchase of farming lands.  At the same time it will bo woll  the borders oi the Dominion and  they will be gratifying to our  government and people."  Doubtless the e.ditor of the  Omaha Bee is iu the main correct  in his surmises. Most intelligent  Canadians sincerely hope for the  success uf the "United States iu the  struggle with Spain aud will  rejoice to .see tho end of the conflict; and America, victoriously  accomplish tho work sho has  undertaken.  The excitement at Halifax  announced iu our telegraphic  despatches of tho other day, and  of which no continuation or contradiction was received, now turns  cue to have been a test from the  war department iu London, who  issued tho orders with a view to  ascertain in how quick a time the  forts could be manned in case of  einorganey. ' Whother tho military ollicers in charge .were cognizant of tho nature of tho e;all  docs uot transpire, as they decline  to discuss tho subject. All the  hustle and excitement will have  been, amply compensated for by  the instantaneous anti orderly  response to orders received from  headquarters,  thus   proving   the  largo gold Waltham, with a heavy  plated chain attached: the other with  a heavy gold ring of rather unique  design enclosed, addressed to J. K.  Lursen, of Slocan City. The addresses  on both envelopes were written in  large, firm, legible characters', betraying no tremor of emotion although  evidently performed immediately previously to tho overt act of  self destruction. No other letters  were found about the apartment, but  the. coat contained a pocket hook,  empty so far as legal tender was concerned, but holding 11 few- love letters,  n. photo ot a woman with :m unprepossessing face bearing the unmistakable ..lump of the wanton, and some  I". O. money order receipts, the collateral for which hud been senile Mrs.B ,.J.  Rankin, High River. Alborlu.nnd later  to the same name ul Hand Creek,  Mon I. The obvious cause of the man's  despondency and ilual rash act was  traceable to"a letter of recent date in  wliich lhe object of his adoration disclaimed ull feelings of honest love toward her ardent admirer, expressing  regret thai she should have been, t.he  menus oi' casting a .shadow across his  path and declaring a firm intention to  forthwith cease all communication  with a man of whose* alVecliohs. she  was altogether unworthy.  FRANK BARNARD  Brick and;Stone Mason  Chimney building a specialty. Contracts  promptly attended to. Material furnished  when called for.      All   work   guaranteed.  First Street,  Rovelstoko Station.  TJ.E JVU.NI.M EXOH-qME  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  .Owing to the unsettled state  of the  efficiency and reliabilitv of  those\ world's politics. American citizens are  . . J .. .. *"_ j_li.i_iiTi-.rr _-.]*-_.__���������__-__���������  ���������_ _-_   I<~ n rrl.t������. _ t   n t-t r.    1������_    ___/���������*_*__ _"_���������  in    charge  station.  of    this     important  NO. . HARD.  not to forget that we haye at  command now such great facilities  for transport of produce, that ne  present a mi I probably for some  years to come the outlook for tho  farmer is more favorable than i'or  many years past, high prices rule  for cuttle, grain and all kinds of  farm produce, aud if the prospects  of Alberta are fairly pur, before  the tenant farmer at home there is  little doubt that tho effort woulel  be rewarded by securing many of  them as desirable Additions to the  strength of our resident agriculturalists aud ranchers  What a Leading Miller of Australia Has  to Say of Flour Manufactured From  Manitob_ Wheat.  Ui*. Wise, one of the leading millers  of Australia, who is visiting Canada,  stopped oil' at I'.inlll Springs  recently  and   there   met  Mayor   Andrews   of  Winnipeg,   who   bus   heen    spending  sonic weeks at lhe Sanitarium' Speaking oE Manitoba,   Mr. Wise   said the  name of the province was epiite familiar to  the Australian   people,  being  associated with the liour which  ciune  to Iheni from Canada, and wliich was  very widely used  in  Australia.    That  niiii'mfiictutetl by  the Ogilvie Milling  Company, he said, was establishing a  reputation for No. 1 hard, as a grade  of wheal   which  could not,  be found  elsewhere  on  the  face of  the   earth,  and it was giving' Manitoba a prominence as a  wheat growing province,  which other wheat producing   countries might woll envy.    The standard  of excellence  in Ocilvie flour was so  perfectly maintained, Mr. Wise said,  that it now  becomes 11 synonym  for  "best   flour"   in    Australia,    and   he  thought ib was to  be regretted   that  some of the flour . untoul ftom Canada  lind heen of an inferior grade, and this  lu* bclievpcl. had resulted in  direct injury to Manitoba.    He strongly urged  'that in  the  interests of the province  none hut the  best cpiality should   he  exported In this  country.    The temptation lo cut quality to meet competition was a ruinoiis'policy for Manitoba  and ho thomthl the province should he  congratulated on having such a broad-  minded concern as the Ogilvie Milling  concern within its  horders, who were  prepared i.n uphold the .standard of excellence nf its chief product among the  countries of tl'.e world, and  who apparently would  not sacrifice   quality  in the manufacture of their flour under  anv circumstance..    Such n nolicv Mr.  Wise asserted could not fail  to he  of  immense   value   to   the*,   province   of  ?.I(initO-ii  and    of    benefit   to   every  farmer, and to every individual within  ils borders-.  ATTITUDE   OF   CANADIANS  AVe are indebted to the Omaha  "BeeTXJnb'oxtheiuo-iL-reliable-n&ws-  papers publisheil in the States, ior  the . following expression of  opinion of the attitude of  Canadians towards the United  States in tho_ matter of the  'American-Spanish war:  "There has been some doubt as  to whether the .sentiment of  Camilla was more favorable to the  United States or to Spain, but this  will be expelled by the expressions  of the leaders of the Liberal and  CfiiiM.rv.'Uivi. parties, which distinctly show thiir thoirsympathies  are with this country: -There ih a  great ileal of significance in thee  utterances, which we venture to  think will be cotdially appreciated  by the American people 110 this-  time. The requirement. of  neutrality would not permit an  unqualified avowal of .sympathy,  lj:ic theie can be no mistaking the  meaning of whnt Premier Laurier  and Sit- Charles Tupper said.  "That there are Canadians who  would not regret the infliction .of  serious claning-.** on (he United  States in the war with Spain j.s a  doubtless fact. Perhaps titer, are?  some who hope for our defeat,  though it is hardly conceivable  that there are any who expect it.  There are people in Canada who  dislike this country as heartily as  some Europeans do and for pretty  much the .ante reason-". They-eie*  nor. like our tariff and our  industrial and commercial competition bother them. But wc  must now believe; that so far as  the conflict with Spain is concerned only a very small minority  of the people of Canada are not  in symtiiithy with us and that the  great majority earnestly desire  tho complete and speedv triumph  of the United States. This is as it  should be. The issues between the  two countries awaiting settlement  should not be permitted to  influence sentiment anrl feeling  prompted by race affinity,  neighborly relations nnd common  interests. There differences will  in flue time be: adjusted, thorn can  be no doubt'imic-ably and honorably, but at all events thoy  fnrni*-h no justification i'or  Canadian .sympathy with .Spain.  '���������Tlio utterances of the Canadian  premier and of the distinguished  leader of the Conservative party  will haye a good influence beyond  DELIBERATE SUICIDE  Rankin  Kills  Himself   -in    Sandon���������"A  Woman in the Case.  T h e io I lo w i n^Ticcfliin ~r~of~~i Jcri-I .~~~t-  kin's suicide is given hy the Nevv Denver Ledger just 10 hand:���������  Probably ihe most deliberate suicide  ever coin-Tutted in British Columbia  w;is lhat of R'.-n Rankin, who kill(-d  himself in the _zi.-iril._t hotel, .Sandon.  hist week.  Rankin, who vvas pretty ������������������������_ il-known  in Wlociui. came: to -Urili-h Columbia  from Calgary a little over a. year ago  and located "in Slocan City. A few  weeKS ago In-came to Kanilon an has  -ince, ami up lo the time of hi.-, death,  been .staying at tne Uiutletl,  Though ot a morose disposition be  ivu.g-iiit.ially coiijidiiiii.������ rather l"vel-  headed and sen.iblt* man, and by no  unilitnil or irrational utLeranci; bet raved that he c-.titcinplateil any precini-  liitc aclion. On the il iv pievioiMK, his  dennsc ho went, .-.hum an usual and  during thrPveningengagpfl in a friendly jumping contest in front of the  IJii-tleLL house, watched Lhe hose-reel  piMOtic* nnd incielent.iliv engaged in ,1  little hl.ie-k jack. About nnclnicriit, in  company with .1. W. Lowes, he had  supper at the Palace Cafe and shortly  after returned to the Mart let I, engaged  in a few moments conversation on t.he  usual topics of the (lav .-ind a few minutes before two o'clock borrowed 11 I'l-'id pencil from Jack  Loxves ami retired lo his room, No :',  just above the bar. Conversation lagged and they who weie silting about  the club room bpcaini* drowsy when  they were suddenly startled by .1 loud  report which they were .it a loss to  explain. Some attributed it to the  bursting of .���������_champagne bottle, oth _r_  to some defect in the vraturpipo arid a  few jokes were being engaged in  about Spaniards when they were  suddenly brought to seriousness by a  groan from the door above Lowes  rushed to Rankin's room and found him  lying on the h������*d with'an ugly wound  in his breast from which blood was  .lowing, Ilr. Power was called in-  sl.anter. but p"onounc;r_cl the wound  filial unci the unfortunate man died in  a, few moments without speaking.  The disriosilion of the articles of  clothing and other arrangement'- .'1 bout,  the room allowed a cleiiheratc and most  preiiu-dit.-i.ted case of Filicide. Goal,  vest,"hoes and hat. wilh very evident  cue had been n-aliy 1111-.1nge.il on a  ch.-iir close I _'sidc th _ bed. An open  grip lay ..gainst the wall, wil bin four  leet of the victim's h������:ul n heavy Colts  navy levolver lay amemg.-i few articles  ol linen .-ind underwear where it ind  heen evidently thrown after c-fl'i'c.ting  its fatal million. Two envelope", were  lying nn the tli_*-*sing i-taiiil, one nd-  clressed to "Aly Friend, .lack Lowes,"  containing  the   deceased's   watch,   a  drawing closer to Kngland and in some  places in the Republic the 2_th has  been observed as a public holiday.  Air. Chamberlain's sensational  speech is uneieniahly responsible for tt  decided feeling of nervousness in Paris.  The French press begins fo see. it has  adopted a mistaken policy in declaring  so pronouncedly for Spain as opposed  10 the United States, and admits that  the English have profited by France's  action in this matter.  Tho Province in reference to the  late murder in Winnipeg says: A mulatto has been running amuck in Winnipeg und killing people with 11 revolver. If a man wants lo run amuck iu  this world, he will find it much healthier not to do it in Canada. They have  ii way here of attending . to persons  who "do lhat sort of thidg with a rope  anel a scaffold.  . Alfred Hunt's private hank at Brace-  bridge hns closed its doors and Mr,  Hunt, sii.ys'he intended (o assign. Air.  limit has been 111 the banking business here for the past fifteen years,  and has done a large, and il was generally thought, a profitable businp������s.  He was considered sound financially,  and many people left all their monev  with him., -lie owns a large amount  of real estate.  ' Rpgina town council has granted a  portion of the exhibition track for the  exclusive use of .bicyclists, under a  committee formed from the Wascana  club and representalives of bicvclisls  who do not. belong to anv club. Notice  has been given to l'eneal the recently  passed bylaw regulating cycling on  the sidewalks. !o bo replaced hy .in-  other that it is believed will make it  incumbent on wheels on a sidewalk to  dismount on approaching .pedestrians.  The SasketchewatV Herald says���������  A few weeks ago the Government, at  the instance of Lhe (1. P. R.. refused a.  charter permitting Air. Corbin to build  thirty miles of railway in British  Columbia at his own expense;' and  novv, in the interests of Mackenzie and  Alann. they are opposing a charter to  a company that wants to build a road  to Dawson without either a land or a  money grant, and which is willing to  put up a. deposit, of $200,000 cash that  they will b������gin the road within tliroe  months and complete it in a year.  The arrival of newspapers at Dawson  City is certainly appreciated. - Prom a  letter received from .7. D. AIcGregoi,  of Dawson City, ib appears that a  short tiein before writing the Dawson  City mail had heen brought to within  17 miles (lis! ant. Air. McGregor walked out and brought il in. and finding  that -there, were several newspapers  in the mairfiTr liini,' h������~cOr_~:eivec_-'the~-  idei*. of aniusint. the city aud honelil-  incr the hospital, and- put un in the  post office a notice that in tho evening the newspapers would be. read  aloud in the onera house. Collection  in aid of the  Hospital.     Crowds wero  IC you want employment, or  looking tor a iiouso to rent when  you roach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver Employment  and House Renting Agency  .131,    IlastlDgB    Street.    West.  The Gityo Scavenger  __________-_q. WR.1&HT  le prepared to do all kinds of scavenging  round town. All ordumloft at Tm: Hkuald  office und W. IJ. Fcuao _s Company's storo  promptly attended to. Yards, lanes and  privies cloaned.  ROBERT   FLEcMMG.  Is prepared to  do all' kinds ot  LigUt Transferring  and  Carting    .    .  Will meet all trains.   The deliver; of parcels  und from trains and to and Irom any part ot  town will rcccivo special attention.  Telephone your ordor������ to W. M. Lawrence  and they will bo promptly attonded to.  -���������ROBERT FLEMING  Best $1.00 a day house in town.    White labor only.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  l_iquors   and   Cigars.  LUJ-D & DUFAULT. Proprietors.      d. V. PER,K,S. .Mgr.  F. JWeCJ-R.TY  M  The Vernon Soda  Water Works . .  J. O'BRIEN,  PROPRIETOR  Manufacturer of Soda Water. 31nKcr  ���������Mo, Sarauprilla and all Soft Brinies.  A full supply kept in "took at, McCarty's Cold Storage, where orders  can be left. a20-sw-tf  JAS.   MeMAHON  General  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  .Wholesale and I.etail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  MUTTON .MD SJ11DSJISE  Fish   and   (Game   in . Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoko,  Kcvclstokc Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  flerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at  Good accommodation,  the Bar.  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ���������~"'i.n..'_.r.i_u'j]"  Wagons, heavy and light, built lo order or  repaired.   Horscshooing a specialty.  Shop on DouclIB Street, East, Revelstoke.  S. McMahon, Manager. -  Shop on Firat Street, iuat  Hotel,  llovelsloko Station.  Manager.  west nt Union  J an McMahon,  a-r!-tf  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  ��������� Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  - Rovolstoko Station, B. C,  The   largest hotel   in  town.        Centrally    located  Choice.. Wines;   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best   ' accommodation. Rates    $1     per  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE >   .  day  Large light bed rooms.     Rates.  Table furnished -with'  t.he choic:ast the market  afford... Best Wines  Liquors    and ' ��������� Cigars  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.   .  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  _^I_Ti������D$IE__  Wholesale  and Retail  early in ..ttendanop nnd when ihenlnte  vv.-i.*: pasieil round S87.">.00 was realised.  A leller received in London  from Sicrrn Leone. West Coast nf  Africa. _n7_ that a Mendi nativi* wjio  was'with the American missionaries  nt I-OtuFiiiik when they were m.-S-.-i-  r.-(f Iiy the ir.-iirpnnU enffinjud in the  upri .iiif; :ii.'iin*.r the imp-wit inn 'if the  Iml tax. hut whci rmi.de his ci-cape by  i'"',iiiniritc hi. native jrurh. fiimisheK  Ihe following aixnunL of the tragedy:  Wi* .(jirlnl to walk I.o Sierra Leone,  but hnd onlv t;one liidf ������ mile when xvn  iricil. war t-iv* vvhl hlocltt'd the wny.  The Hev. Mr. Cain tried to frighten  them Iiy firing a revolver over tlieir  heads hut. soi-inu, they v. predetermined  lodo mischief he cast his revolver  iiw-lyand said he would not have any-  hodv'. blood on liis blind?. The war  hoys then s-er/.ed the pAry and Misses  Hatfield Archer and KPnt, stripped  them of their clothing, dragged the.in  linck to the miii-ion hou-e. in front of  which th'* war boys cut down the Itov.  Mr. Cain nnd h-i'cked hiin to d������ath  and treated Miss Archer and .Miss  K>nt in the game way. Miss Hatfield,  who was very ill. wi' thrown on a,  li.-rhrd wire netting, .and finally her  throat wa.s cut.. Mrs Cain escaped to  the hush with 3. native girl, but the  war boys found theni and they were  killed.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  Ml  ETFIOOIST CHURCH ��������� Ilcvclatokfl.  Prcachins? services at 11 am. and 7::s0  p.m. ':ia������.s mcetinK at tho elo*,. of tho  nnrninst ������_ rvico. -~n.lib.rti School and Biblo  Cliia-i ar. 2::I0 p.m. Weekly prayer mcctlpir;  everv-WcdnCHday evoninff fit 7:30 p.m. Tno  publio are cordially Invited.   Heat. freo.  KEV. J. A. WOOD, Pnitor.  /-'H1TKCH    (-_"���������  x^   l-evoM.oko  pri-.yor dnily  tit  KNOIjAND���������Bt. Pctor's,  Hour, of service: Kvcnlnc;  5 (.'i-.lork. Friday- at i-._"n.  fiuiid.iy. aril Festivals: Holy Communion at R  a.in., rnnrdnsf pnivor nt II. Sunday School  and Whin Ola .������at, '2:S". cvoi.i-K prayer at 7:30.  Fjr*t Sunday in Iho month Holy Communion  at iiioni'fjK nervier*. . _.   ���������  ���������.  I'ltANK A. FORD. Vicar.  pltKSRVTEiaA.S CHUKCH���������Uovclsloke.  t- Hervierp every Himdny at ll a.m. and ~M  p.m. Ilili'o .Us* nf. 2if> p.m.. to which  i,.ll urn -elcoinc. I'rnycr rn'-Ttlni? at H p.m,  (.vri y V.'edn;:,.(liiy.  REV. V. D. MUIR. Pastor.  ! J OMAN  1-^-   Rto-i*.    Maim  -IjVTHOIjIU   CHURCH-Hevcl-  firit and third Sundays In  month at 10*30 n..m.            KEV. FATHER THr\.YER.  Druggist9 Galgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  "22-tf  Blacksiuithiner* Jobbine  Plumbins.  "PiPe Fitting  Tinsmitliing  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty.  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoko Stn.  Itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Hooni in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs, Attendants  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock," Spruce, Fir and Pine  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders*  vvith Mr. W. M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with II, N. Coursier,  Front Street, Itevelstoke.  FRANK JULIAN.  lTiitf  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imporial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed.  *~~>���������Terms  Cash  Sam Needham  _ Cleaned  5?   Altered,.  v     Repaired  In Good Stylo at Lowest Priee3.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  Doofs'  SasU  Turnings  ''  ���������Mouldings  TRY THE NEW -YARD  Arrowhead Saw Sd Planing* Mills  Ro t-elstO-Le Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  ���������~~_____ar~  Food and. Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle . and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  specially.  and   Teaming   a *>,  Daily Stiifte leaves Thomson's-Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Luke City.   For parliculars write  L_____-_--_--___;_J-,   ~-,- T-UI.A1__-&^1I1 LLMAN,-Tuo-tsoN.'sLanijing.^  THE  LAST  CHANGE  To secure ono of those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont wait till the boom hits the  town in the spring like a eycloue,  but BUY NOW.  HAIG &GRAGE  Sole Agents.  C. B. JMaelean  ARCHITECT.  and BUILDER  Kstimatcs furnished.   Plans and speci-  llcations made. Am also prepared to do  shop and lob   work  on  lhe  shortest  . notice.     Satisfaction   KUarantocd   in  cvory caso.   Oall or write for terms.  Main Street       ���������      Revelslolie  W. S. BIRNEY  PJU-NTER and  DEC0RJ1T0R.  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining-. Paper Hanging-,  Hard Wood Finishing:, Bouse  Painting' in all Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Etc.  If You Jiave a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a horrow, write at once to  G.J-.MES   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  _VO. 9 Mill St., between Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  FERGUSON  The Centre of the  Lardeau  Mines  Tlie  Pioneep  Stores  jpf Fepgugon  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  ii  GENERAL MERCHANTS     " '  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything  to  be found In a general store.  Post Olllco In conn cction.  At our TEN-MILE BRANCH Etoro  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all .Miners' and prospectors* Supplies are  kept on hand  Be Sure and register at the  BJILMORJIL HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords.     Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,  ���������  Proprietors. "  ______ .Revelstoke Herald Supplement.  ,7 f  ANOTHER   TURN  America   Will     Bombard  Spanish Coast  the  A FICHT BREWING IN SANTIAGO  Two Battles Have Already Been  Fought ��������� Camara's Squadron Has  Passed Through die Suez Canal en  Route to the Philippines���������A Young  Lady Meets With a Sad Accident���������  The Americans Are Now in View of  Santiago���������Another Shooting Affray  Special to the Herald.  Wanna. Jm-~vya. .lime "25. ��������� (On  lionifl tlie Associated Pre.**-* limit. Fri-  il.-iy.)���������Four Iroop.*. oft lit* lirst cavalry,  fiint Iroopsnf the ti'iilli cavalry nml  eight troops of Roosevelt's vitgh  riilers. Ids*, than a tlioiisanil men in nil.  ' ilisiiiiiiinti'il nnd .-it tucked 2D(K) Spnnish  soldiers-in tin* thickets wiiliin five  mill's of S.-iiitintiii di Cuba. The American, dent the enemy buck into the  i-ity. luit left tlie following dead "upon  llu- field: Rough riders..��������� Captain  .Allvi. C'lperi'ii. S.-i-.j-t. Fish. Privates  Tillin.-in. D.iw-son. Dnhnitv. Krwin.  l"b-*-t, cavalry.���������Private. Dix. York.  XI. York. KiiIIii*. Berlin nnd Ij.'iidmark.  Tenlh i-nvnlrv. ���������Corpiir.-il While. A<  li'iist fifty Aiii.'i-ic.-nis iv���������ir -niniiled.  including five. iitVuers. Scvi'i-i' of I hi*  ' wounded vvill die. Hamilton Fish, jr.,  inie nf llie young New Y( i-l'i"-.-* nnil  liis family one of the oldest in the  -lite. The fight lulled om hour The  Americans now hold the threshold of  S.-inI i.iiro wilh in.ire Iroups coininsr  preparing for a final iis-.nl! on tin*city.  '��������� Washington. I in- 21.���������If .Spain  sends .-i fleet lo Manila Lhe w.-ir will lie  r*  enrried inln Spuin. *"  London. Out., June 21.���������Oonsl.-ililc  Twnhy, one of the'iuost popnlni' police  i'i London was shot de.-ul this evening  while .ii-resting ;t tramp for bcnt'tig  I" P.R. vviilcliin.-m. Th" ti'.inin fired  i wo shots, one 11������i-tmurli Twohy's hand  .-mil thi* seconil .Ihi-nugh his liend.  Death wns instantaneous. The nll'air  ..'���������currcd on the corner nf Alice nnd  Onl.-irio st.io.ts shortly nl'Ier !. ii'rliirl.  The   deceased   wns   one   of I In*  olilesl  llml il cm In* fully explored Iiy tunnels. Air. Curtis lei n i-onlract I'or a  .-O-fiint. Iiiinii'l on lhe vein, lo he com-  plcli'd nt the earliest- possible lime,  working two .-.hilts of men. The coui-  niiiiy lias ,-iiiiple. funds mi htind to  prosei'iili* extensive work. The sur-  I'.-ne ore is high grade nnd when en-  counteri'i! in -i --olid vein will yield  ;i handsome   profit.���������Rosslaud   Miner.  SWING OP VICTORY.  W. G. Neilson, Governmsnt Candidate,  Meeting With Success���������Assured Victory.  From onr special Correspondent.  Goi.nr'N, .Inne 2(1.-.Mr. \V. G. Neil  -���������on. llie governuicnl candidate, nud  Mr .! N. Tuckey im-ived ;n llu* town  in Weilnes.l.-iv to nrgnniy." for the  ii'dilii'.'il c-ii.nip-iiircn. T!i" t'l-ieiiils nnd  supporters of Mi-.i'N.-i'snn niei in Ihe  s'laciou . parlors nf the . O.ilnniliia  hnii-ie. where tliey'have estililished  c numit! ci* rooms, nnd electe I a strong  ciniiiiiittei' of prominent- citizens, ns  follows: Chairman. W. McNeish;  -pcret .iry. .1. s. S'-innle: Wesley .Miller,  Cnpt. !���������'��������� II- Bacon. Ci. B. McDei-nnitl.  .1. Dol'innri'. -S. .1. Rollins, Win.  Robert-mi. Robt. Campbell, W.  Avery. Robt. Bunkout and M. Onrlin.  The meeting was most encouraging to  x\r. N.'i'son. The gentlemen present  .ne expi-e���������ing the opinion thnt. if the  rest of (.lit* district vvou'il (hi ns well ns  Gold''!), lie would hi- r.'t'U-ned on July  (lib bi* tho largest in-ijoriiy ever given  :i cnii'i1 I i|i* in En-I -Km _>'ii.iy.  .  Mr. -.-ic'-o-i his just, rei iii-i"il from  const where he arranged for some of  the lies! speakers of th'-iiroviiii-e lo  address th" I'.Vct.oi"- 1 hi-lU-fliniit. til."  district.. Mi-. Xie'snn will also make  ii personal ciuivi"' Th" Hon. Mr.  Tinner, the pi'em'ni-. is ex peeled here  in n .-vv ilnys nnd. fr. Gordon FliintiT.  of Vh-lo'in. on Sunday. Mr. Neilson  is verv furl unite in h-iving sueh n  sph'ii-'id ciiiiiinitlc.'. as every o'le nre  hard earnest iv.m_.it-. Mr. Nei'soi'  left I'or Field vi'sterdny to oiL-ini-/. ��������� his  forces there. His addi-ey-- will be in  band*' of t he elei-tin-s in n few davs.  As Others See Us  A   iievv   inngny.iiK*   piiMi-hed   by  the  irre.'it George Newncs, called theWhle  that may mean; and also Hint lhe  editor-in-chief is not above taking on a  little "job printing." lie is seen  through the window selling up his  occasionally lurid and idw.iys forciblu  paper."  '"iiiid'in every way the best   member  of  I he force.  St. Paul. June 2"i. ��������� During the  service at the Norwegian-Lutheran  cliurcli. 12 miles from Mintiewnul'in,  lightning struck tin* chiifcli and killed  .'ohn Plouim and Aniler.son. A dozen  or more were injured.  The Lardeau-Goldsinith.  ... . ,  Smith (j'ni'ti., secretary of" the  Lur  ileail-Golilsinitli mines, limited. re<  iiirucd on Tuesday evening from the  pruperlies owni'd hy the nliovc com  I .nny on Pool creek.- in the Lnrilciiu  minitig division. He reports Hint the  properly is fully uptothe report made  by J. .1. Giil.iths. that the surface* nf  l he vein i.s very strongly mineralized  with copper, silver nud lead. The  main vein vnrie_ front 50 *n 75 feet in  width'and rims  op  the  mountain,  so  World, has lhe following little sketch  of this place iu nn article on the ("nim-  iliau West'. The photo labelled the  government ollice is n very obvious  view of llu; Cowan Molten-Down's  wholesale liquor store, a inistnki  which is I in Iiie (ogive a very curious  idea iinlei"! of tin* government and  people .if this province to'Mr. Ncvvne's  numerous renders.  '���������The hiiuiII lint rapidly growing  lown of ltevelsiiike. on tbe Columbia  river, in British Cnluiiiliin, is n very  excellent example of a western trade  centre. Here are reproduced two  photographs taken in this (putint. little  place, t.he flr.-t showing the Govern-  ment olllces nud the second the ollice  of one of tjie two' newspapers published.in the town. Yon should note  that the . RkveIjSTOke Hkhai.d is  published    -'semi-weekly,"    wluilevei  Sparks From the Wire  The Khalifa has fled from Oindur-  inaii.  The Canadian trade reports are very  satisfactory.  "Germany will   not  inl ei fere  in   Ihe  Philippines.  The .Spanish enrtes has-lieen suspended  Iiy royal pro. I.im.-ilion.  The federal i-nhinet. sat Sal in-day  fnr -.-veial lnnns.  The (llifloii iluyse.-.i Niagiii'ii Falls,  lln.- l.ivu ih'SLi-ov i il by   lire.  There are uo signs uf sutlleineiil of  lln- Welsh co.il .-Irike.  The Uniled .Slates advance li)1 mill]  is wil hin four miles of Santiago.  The third United Stales expedition  to Manila have embarked at San  Francisco.  The United Slales lost 22 killed and  from 70 to 9.) wounded, and llie Spaniards had I'll killed in a recent, fight  near Santiago.  The Canadian clearing houses report  large increase.- in the volume of trnns-  ���������u-timi-.  A shell from La Socopa battery,  Sniilingo. struck the United Slales  r-ruiser Texas, killing one man and  wounding eight.  A li.il lie was fought near Santiago  iu which twelve United Slates soldiers  and twelve .Spanish were killed and  in.tiiv wounded.  NEAR   SANTIAGO  A   Battle   Fought   on   Friday  Last  AMERICANS   HOLD THE  FORT  Election of School Trustee.  Consider.-ihle interest was taken in  the election for school trustee held in  lhe pulilic school bouse last Saturday.  Quite a nuinber of ral epa vers attended  llie preliminary meeting, nl which Mr.  Mc(_ iiiy was elected i-hnirniau and  ill. Sutherland, se.-i-i-t.nry. The report of the liuslees shewed a very  sal islactory iiindil ion of tlie finances  of tlie hoard, i! heing only $5 dollars  in dehl. Tin- number of children on  lhe hooks is 112 with au average daily  .al tiiii(hiuci_.ijl'-.S7.-a-Veiiy_large-iiicrease  during lhe In.-I. twelve months. Another rocin is ahout lo he constmcled.  after which the hoard intend to apply  for a third teacher. After considerations of the report, nominations for ii  iru.-lecto fill lhe place of -Mr. C.  Abwhainsoii, retiring was taken. Mr.  Abriihainsi'ii was nominated by Mrs.  Clarke, seconded by Mrs. Benson und  Mr. T. J. Graham by, Mi. XV. Si.  Lawrence, seconded by Mr. Coursier.  A poll was demanded and the gentlemen acting as chairman nnd secretary  found themselves unexpectedly culled  on by tlif net to nssiime the duties of  returning o.Ilrer nnd poll clerk, which  entailed nl tendance in the building till  4 p. m. The vote polled was n large  one, no less than 02 votes being taken.  Mr. Graham wns the winner by u majority of 10. polling 54 to Mr. Ahra-  linmsoii'- 38.  Twelve Americans Killed im rriday's  Engagement Within Five Miles Off  Santiago���������A List of the Killed���������If  Spain Sends a Fleet to Manila the  War Will Be Carried Into Spam���������  A Policeman of London, Ontario,  Shot With Fatal Results���������Other News  Special tu the IIejiai.d.  Tlt(..~_-(iT, Norway, June 27.���������The  Arlic expedition, under Welluian. the  explore-, sailed today.  London-, June 27.���������A despatch from  Alexandria, Egypt, says Lhat the  Sp.-'iush squadron vvith transports  have arrived at Port Said.  M.MiiiiD, June 27.���������An  official  despatch  from Santiago says that Gen.  Limiri's     column     was   attacked   by  insurgents on   Friday  lasl.   who  weie-  repulseil wilh serious losses.    .  Washington', June 27.���������Novv that  C-niiiira has passed through the Suez  canal, sleps will be taken to despatch  the flying squadron to bombard the  Spanish coist.  Qui-BKC. June 27.���������Sir Henry Joly's  son has returned and savs there is no  truth in the report that his father has  resigned from th .government.  - London, June27.���������Miss Millie Dawson, daughter of Postmaster Dawson,  was injured hy a trolley accident yesterday. She vyas walking down Richmond stiver, apparently in somewhat  preoccupied manner, and walked  across the track in front of the car nnd  vvas knocked down and carried half n  hlock on lhe fender when she vvas  thrown under the car. One of her  legs was terribly crushed and had to  he aniput.ited to-day. and her face was  also hndly cut. The sight of one eye  will likely he lost.  Washington, Juno 27.���������Advices  from .Shaflcr shows that the Americans are now in view of San lingo.  The picket line, is. within -hailing dis-,  tance of the enemy. The United  Slales troops are nil landed nlBoiquin.  o The buttle of Santiago must come  within a week.  JuitUOUA, Cuba, June 27.���������Piacli-  cally two battles have been fought ui,  the same lime; one by rough riders,  under (he immediate command of  Wood, on the top of the' plalcau; the  other on the hillside, several miles  ii way, by- the regulars, with whom  was General Young.  Ottawa. Jiiih* 27.���������Sir Wilfrid  Lniirier left Otlnvva on Satuiday for  Ai'Lhiihii-knvillc. ���������-  Spain is lilting out (he third fleel of  warships.  Several citizens of Windsor luivi*  been fined for smuggling.  Count Ito, premier of Japan, hns  resigned. Revelstoke Herald Supplement.  PROCLAMATION  NOTICE  Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay Electoral District  ; -'-1J..S.1  ! TIlO.S^IS^McrN-NIH.'^H'-'  yyCANAIiA. ���������_���������-  PROVINCE 01' Ill'.l'llSlI'COLUMBIA.  '���������Vl'CToitL-, 'Iiy 'th'e OVm-eof ('.'nil,'(if I lio1 United  ;���������?'? :"?���������,;..''.''a'.o'u oiiji-ont.r ''''ba.naud,Ireland,  Quebn, Defender: of tiie Fiiitli'.'&c..',.V:o.,  ���������TO A 1.1. Tl) WUO.M TIIKSK   I'-ESEXTS   SIIAI.I.   CUMi:,���������  ���������r.i ������������������Du-:.-.������������������&.'. yi . GiiKKTlNil? ���������";-'-?, ���������,y;-;';:y; -;  ..I.      ' ' - IU -I'aOpl'A M ATION. . ''-?.v':.t.-.'i  ��������� ���������'* ;i-|;'M:.KiiKitTs:.^" f'?'\K/:Ili'ifl'A_ "'We?- are  ; AiKiriiey-lliiiieral.   j   ���������-,y v,._ 'desirous   and ro-  ' sYily'eiiius so-if-is" mny lie, to meet  Our poople  y,if; Oii-'-J'TOvimiOjiiif jlWiii.liHXiliimlaa. '"id t������  have'.their uilvir.e in  Our Legislature, \\'e do  make' kuoiyic Our  i-'oyal Will and Plciisiiru lo  call 11.new LegishitiveAssembly-ofOn iy,said  '' i'nivi lire ;'tin(l do"fiir tiler Ul'-M-lii.e; tli lit,: bytlie  ..advice- of:;.Our l-xoiHitivo. C.nuioil of .British  ... Columbia, We have this day given  orders for  issuing Our VVrit--*-in'v'<lii_ f>.rm", for .lulling tl  i.iiowiLe^isl.iUive Assciiibly .for O.uiy said 1 Pro?  ': yiiii'C.-.vvlii-liAVrit.s iire to buiir .late- bii"the  :ysoyc'iilh:dhyof'luiie; instant, ami tb;be roturn-  .. able on'or,before .the thirty-iii-st," ilay;pf August  .'lioxi. ?������������������"'��������� ��������� '���������'������������������"????'-:-:' '='"���������'��������� \a--7;" '"..���������'".'"���������.'.��������� ���������������������������_������'���������'���������������������������'  :-~y i.'.lN TKji;riMON-vj\yii--|iKoi������ W.Iluive caused  _".' :.'���������."'���������:,- these Our':C.������ittor .'..io bo 'niaile Patent,  ;-yyy.. ,^;::.i iin,'- thi.'-l'i-biioSonl of ?thc.;?siii(l. Pro-  ??���������?;;?���������.''.;:..:."iv,iii.i'o'.iq';beliieyeiiii to'ii'liVx  J?::'y J:;? Jt bey Iioiuiliriibl-! .Tiiii.-. ^it: - -JIcInnks,  ;y.y :_���������-;:''?;'Lieiite_iaiit--tii\-.rnor of:Oursaid ii-bv  yy.;'.::.   ..;.. yyi uo.o.of. liritisli-.Ciiluiiibiii, in put;. City  y^.-      , ?   of Victoria', hi'Our said: Province; this  7 ���������"���������77 ..';;:. .S(ivehilil.rla>-' r_f'J.liiiie.-111 'the/year'.il  .?.:... .(. .: pur I.onl oiie tlioiisiilid ei^bt liuiuli-c'il  ' .':'   ' ���������'���������'. ��������� ^niiiiyninoVy-eiglit, aiul',111  the' sixiy-  ?y;.yy: yV.yiirstiye'arof Our llelgii;, '. ?.';.'>;*:._:>???:;:���������  : -;.:;'���������?,''..'���������  by.Cy 111 mand. '   ,' fi. ':'..-���������'���������.. ,.'".;.:" 'f: iy:.  'UU J .'Ji:U''i' U: ll? TYl"'\''VilTT';DU.UCKy':;v.;  " ??^l!j.-l5'-'?���������?' ''- ' i'.egisiriir.ofiiie Supremo Co'irt.  ELECTORAL DISTRICT) :    i'   i .  I    Kevelstoke Riding.  01"WEST KOOTENAY, )  To Wit:.._,,.-..���������/'?'?: -  ;-���������_?������������������; '-/y.?;- '���������:'���������:   ���������'"'���������'��������� ;  . l'Ulil.IC"xb'"iC.l~ ?is'"hereby given to tho  elyclors nf ,.tbe ;Disli'i.it ,of', West yKootciiiiy,  Itevelstoke Ridiiig, Unit in obedience to Hor  Majesty's Writ to' me ilireeteil, and healing  da'tii the seventh day of .Inne'iii the year of Our  I.ot-il, one thousand oiglii hundred mid niiioly-  oight, 1 'require the presence of ihe'-said electors, at the ^..overnnieiu Ollice, Kcvclstokc, on  ���������the: .wellt'y-tiiih:d'.iy of .Iniic/iit Iwelvc'o'clock  noon, for the piiniose' of clcciiiii., ii;person:io  represent ibeiii in tlie i.egs.sianire of, this  l'rovinco.y ; '������������������:! ��������� y-��������� i'',M" /y.-y,.y,y':..;-. ���������, v'.; /' ;,  The nioile of iioiniiiatioiiof, c;niiili<lntes shall  be as follows: .Vy'-'- y  ..'yThc .(.'aiKlbiatoSi.slii'.U   be: :>iioiiiinatcd   in  wi-iiiiij;, the writing shall be subscribed by i.\vii  i-cgistercil .voters of the' bistne't, as :proposer  nnil ?.sc(coniler,.nnil; by, threeyoiber registered  voters of jli'e said District  11s.assenting to  the  uoiiiiiiii.tion   aiu!   shall iiii'"(lelh?croii io' tlio  Kctiirnlng -Ollicer. nt nny   tiinc. between? tbo  > ti\ to of "th c "Proclamation aiid olic ;.p.' ill. of the  ilny of lioininiiliqii, nnd iuiii.-, event bi'?iil'oil  bcini. necessary such Poll w.i 1.1 ;bo.opcii on. the  i'lintli'ilay of .liil'y/iu " liuvcl'slokc. Niiki'isp,*Unr-  toii C.ity,yrire'-;ynllcy,1.l.lii!('.vonylloU Springs,  'l'liomsoii's I.iiiKling.'I'i'oiit l.iilte'Ciiy,1-ui-guson,  Cbiiinpli.-,' ���������jVrrowlieiid,' l"reii(-'h?;Creeki;;lloy(ls  Knucli. CiiVncs.Creek; A|.!>vrl)' O1111yo.11, Illce.il 1c-:  wiie.l, Glacier^-liid.Itogcrs.i'iiss, of w-hiidi :,ovcry;  person ������������������is?.horoby?rc(iuire.l  lo take, u'otice'iiiid  govcriiiiiinsclf iii-corilingly.'l.: ?y;^_^y:yyy^. y?,'  y:-iycii?-iiiier iiiyiianil iiiid iVf lleyclsiok'e'tlib  oleveiitliHlay,of; ,liine;_lK9'i.r-y;1;w?rylK??������i. !���������.?'���������?  yjj'f??;?'������������������'i'i.'-' ���������";?J??;J-ib!_iN?-"ysniiiAT.h,v:r?  i;'iij!) y'-y'yyyy'..y:;''; ?^;;'; !lutiiriiing?0'ilic'ur.  PROCLAMATION  ,-Gl~NTbKMK> I  111 coining fot Wrifil at the un.iumioiis  de-.il 1* ol llie suppoileis ol tlie   govei 11-  inenl 111   this'i idnig   to   solicit   vuin  sull'i.iges is ,1 criuiliil.ilc in the mining  piovuiLi.il   elections,   I   wish  lo  pl.u e  In-loie you" in "straightionvnid  leim.  the     lines 'along   ninth  1   intend  lo  dii eel my comse.it ehi led loi epiesent  von in tliu Legisl.iluie. . 1 ,1111 lo begin  vv it h .in .1dvoc.11 y oL the geuei.il polu v  of the Tm ner govei nineiil.   .is  1   1011-  -idei that lhen poh( v 1-pi.ulii.il  .mil  ptogies _ivi������ .md tluiiled   low nils   llie  lie-l   inleiesls   ol    lhe   (oiinliy     The  di'velopmiiit  ol    the   ni.igniliieut   1 e-  soiu 1 e-ol thus   pi ov im e   nmsi   be   llie  iinel  .11111   ol   llie  gov ei miient   ol   llie  pi ov uu e. and il is llie   clue!   pi.ink   in  iny   plal lui in.     A-   Kootenay   is   the  we,ill biesl,   .md   niosi   inodiulive   distill t  m thi- 111 ov .1.1 e. 11  is to inv   inil.r!  UUMSD'-S lm  the gov 11111 iiciil   In   push  lol������ lid      lis    ilevi 'opmt ul     in    eveiv  posslbli   way.      The   liidliey   c.pil.dcd  will he ui 111 tied ovci .Hill   ov ci   agiiu.  and 111 ii.li bug lhe mollo iil(Koi)'l i.n A V  I'-IHV1-     to    lliy     |,(j|,lli.ll      lli.i-llli'.ld.    1  do so nut   meiely liom .1 mil tow ' lolnl  pall iol 1-111.   but   .is   (.oiisidei 11 g   liom  vciv   liio.ulesl poml ol  view po-sible ol  lhe well.ui*   ol   llie   whole   ol   Biitisti  Columbi.i.   lli.it   ihe   developiiienl   ui  K00le11.1v is tin   v-i 1 y best polity liom  a hii-miss  md pi.nlu.il poml'ol   view  Ihil anj    govei I'liienl   i .m   cnUit.iin  'L'his obp'i I   1 -hall,   '!   eleiled,   ])iusiie  ' 11 se.ibdii .ind cul   ol  season,   and   an\  iiie.isine whiih I iimsidii. allei gath-  ei mg lhe opinion  ol   mv   ( onsl il mills  lo  lie   ol    .idvani ige   and   beuelit    li  bono ol the 111 in mg ind list iy is the class  v\ ho du the woi k. the piospcclni's .mil  ���������   ���������     ��������� I ..���������...,..--'..li.i.iM.r-   IIHIlill.   .   leo-is-  inineis.    lu 1 oiisidei mg  mining   legis-  lal ion ol any   kind, it, is lo theni lh.it 1  -hall lui 11   ior advii c.     II   legislation  in]in e- them 11 uuisl lie deli itnenl.il lo  the best, inleiesls ol   lhe  disliict,  and  will hnd mc against  it.    If  it  i1"   satis-  fa. lm v only to tlicm   it will   he salis-  t.ictoiy lo ine .mil lei eive my siippoit.  Thei e aie ol bur (lasses  nl  vvoiking-  iiKii    in     lhis    1 oiislituency,  (.hielly  l.ulw.iy men and those engaged in lhe  hiniboi ing     industiy.      These      men,  whii In 1   u g.uii'/.ed    111   iiinons   01   employed in oi 111p.it ions whiih have not  so   1,11    eii|o\iil    lhe   liinehls   ol_tlu;  11 .uie- union inoveiiienl, will   lhul~~me  lhen   liieiul   .mil   lhe  consistent   sup-  poi lei ol 11 g.sl it 1011 .liming lo unpi ove  lhen  pio-i-ils and   coiiililiou   in   lhis  pi ov on e.  I do not -ee Ilia! llieie is any need  lui'bit In define my pl.itloi in heie. I  un In line v on. ,is I have alle.idy said,  as a siippin lei ol the genei.il pi iiu iples  .1110 polu \ ol tlie govei iimeiil. I hope  I o b iv e I lie oppoi 111 nil j to discuss lhe  de'.iils'ol lh il polu v heloii* you 011 a  puliln. pi.il loi 111,..md also to make .1  pel snnnl i.uivass al all points in the  1 iding whii h it is possible to leaih 111  tliel.iiue.it my dispo-,,.1, al. nn distant  I dale., vvliu h will give ine oppoi tunii ies  ' lo explain my position nioie.il length  Ui,111 1-possible m .111 addies- of tliis  nature.  1 w onld 1 espei tlnlly ask you.   theie-  loie, not to make nnv pledge until veil  * .      .        ������ *     r.i .'   .,  .'..���������:.' ������������������������������������J-t" ���������",������������������"���������.  'eSa -'-?,' v-sati'-v.,'.:>;-'.,.  -er ng.thiv.opimoii'. oiyiny ���������.. consi n > '..������������������=;.  ���������������������������������������������������������������'^���������������������������r'l^&xWjti^  '/P^^^^^^^^ih^UU   Kf������otennv-;ii ..giiieriUyaiuh thisii'lnig in  "Jfftll?|^^|^V^^i:i(iiliuJivill?m'i'fr  ' 1 -^^'"^.^^���������~^-[>-_^^..,-^-._4Ki ':"- :shp'iii"irl,in(i',ii'i"n'tte'r from; whit- qiinrlei  ?" ^^������ iftS^i'^SJ!*^^^  -' i ;*r-'--"-".'''���������', '*' : ..y..-.    -'/���������-.':���������>:: - -.-.: : _-. ' -r. riii:.:' :���������, ,:..,,,.i J ' r.f-: MVrl   Villi li__r '..a I'll-' 111-  ���������J.!JS. :  ���������I.TIIOS:'aV'-VciNXXS ??. J-?/????r  r:?'??*?'CA--\.U.y? :'-? .;'��������� "yy:y:y:'?  ?; !'K('vi~~cK r>i"vi-ui'nsji?c-i.uM]iiA.yi?y  ? UVroillAyby (lie'Graeij'.i'>f?(.(Ml,"(if���������the"..United;  ._??'.!>jiigiloiii _)f (.1 roil?iirliain fttKl?rrelnntl,,  '���������'���������."������������������'*'yCJCEKS,i-icfonilerybf ilie.l*i|itii, ic., o___i  -- ���������'.?'''.*vc? .'���������'''?;'????;. J???; ?.?'''"iffi ��������� "?���������"y;y''  To (lur fiiiihuil th_-_���������)embers 'eloctci'y to ;serye  .-'���������-:;  v in the Legislative .Assembly. 1 ..^ur I'ro-  ���������"' viiii-'e*of -British  Columbia, and  to all  ?l ;.���������:.���������'.'. whumii,.may:r;oiiccrii,--Oi!KKTiNo;,.y-  ?.;'?:: ?'A- PKOCI-AMATION,; ���������.?... if. i  li;M. Kberts,'���������''''{"'' VA.   IIEKEAS '-We have  -Aii..rtiuj*-r,eneral..i;;r :^ Y; ?.;-jiboiiglu,_; lit,   by  ���������;-'au(i Willi the advi.'o"a'hd consent of Our.Kxcou-  ��������� iivc Council of Our rrovin'o'e of P.ritish Cbliuii*  ., ,i.jS..wdis������r.lv -ihoproj-ont.: Legislntivo Assem:  .;}'.!>-.oi..0iir.._,aid-..i:r..->v,.iiee, wbiiii stan.-Is'iirore-  ���������':'KU'-"i.until -iliilliifin.,! for .llsp.it. h ofItiusiness.,  ���������    SOW'. KSOVV"'.yE" thatVWi? .1..V for lhis oiul,'  >.-?Wi*h ^hL.;Oiir:-.Ki)y������iri-roi'Iaiiiktioii, (iiiitdo'  i.;.r'ftl).v   dissolve ���������!i).:-I..'i*i������lative' Assembly  '. s.-r_.'.c.liin;i.vyanii.i!i<;!iii-!-.ii.--'rs--thereof are dis::  . cbjirsrc! from further aiwndi'ii^.'iWsainej ;���������,.���������-������������������'������������������'  .  IN 'Ik*t:_oxt \V������E':EiiK 'XV,v fitivtt 'I'lin'sed  ... "?   :.  !b.s-' Onr.l.������i; .rs.t.. b<; made. 1'ai.m.  ."������������������7'   ^nn-iih.-or^ais.nl of;British Colum'  yy: bin  >,o������������������.>>.'.,iierrsiiij!u aftixed: AVitnkss,  ���������'J-^���������^=----       '':i^=~iW=������-_-^--~**^-^IJa.^-J.l.^r-p-__  ?![rjs.] '"'":?,?TIIOB. It? >icfNN.RS.-:';?'?���������-���������';??  V;lC'l'OKI.-'.?'by.���������the.'Grai.'e'of _;oil;'bf ..theiUiiitcd  ??-?? I" i ngd.oih of C rout.; liri tni 11 luid^irelaiid,  :'-Qi;ki;n; , Defender of "tiie'Faith, __c., rtc;.  'TciTiir.?KKTi;i'._**iN(" '0'.pif.ii-_iiq.������T-- KkvkI-STOk'k  ;:' ���������.;���������?':? RiiiiN'yor'Tiiij* West .'Kootexa'v'Hi.KcT-  ?'!??:?? ?pRAi. pisriiiCT:,,,;,;;-:: yyy,.>;__? if: if if'  \?~^7J;ii'I-~|{EjVS.'-'Ilis':: Honouri-tho IJiciiteiiant.  ��������� ; .(.ibvernor nf llritisli': Colunibi'a has, by ii  Procinmiitioii bonriug-date tboTtli day.of .lune,  1S0S, .been plotisorl to dissolvefllie .l.ogislalivo  Assembly of tbe'saidi'l'rov-iiic'o; liiiil-vvhereas it'  isiiccos^ary to iiold-i'-lcctibiis throughout the  si iid' Province' Ui llll ".he vncniic.i'o's'-causeil.by  siicb^ilissolvitioiil.VVecoiiiinarid "you.that, notice  .of ilic limo and plaeeof J-'loctioifboingduly  ���������givcii. you'do; cniise ICloctibn'-t(> 'bo'liiailc, do--  Vioniiug loliiw, of. One .Moiiiboi-iloservcin.iho  I .I.egisbitivo Assembly of the Pro.vini. oof Uritish  Coin in bin for ?tbe'?Kcvc]hoko?ri(liiigof West  Ivopteiiiiy-Eloctoritl nisu-ict, and tint, you do  cause the liqminn'tion of. Candidn.le.S; at such  Election 10' bo'hold on ;llie 'i".tb day of!Jline,,  i.Sy-.anrl do cause tlio -ii-ino of such Moiubor,  'when.-"..so-;-elected,, wbother ho be prcsont or  -iisoht, tobo certi libit. to om- Siijiroiiio' Court,,  at tlicdiiy of;.vyictoria. bii'.oi-bofoi-e^the MIM  ,'day. of   August_.,next,'the?-.Election'.so   inioio,  lilis___n*____tbi!'U(Lopeulyjnoh'r;(liir _eiil duly: i 11 -,  The inleiesls  ol   Lhe   tiding  aie  almost e.i lusu ely  liii-'ing.     The   I1.11 k-  liave he.tid both sidi  e.ud both side-ol the quest 1011,  Hid in 01 del to .(Hold Iho best possible oppoi I unity lm you to, do, so, I  lieieby invito my opponent, lo meet  me at" ill meeting- whiih will'hei e-  I .illi'i lie .11 lunged ior nie to addiess.  Youi Obedient Sei v.int.  XV. WIIITIO.  ._r^'_lS_^ >'  ____-'  UL-  TitO"-   K   MrlNN'l.s.  WlIKIIKASvit is  ndvisiible to  ; I.iciit_n_in-,-iiovernr,r''o{. Our safii.-Prr*-  :._-niW-'?of   British'--Collim!--,: in' Our  City of Yi'-ifo-i-aaOur,said -rovinoc,  .......this rCvciitlT ".ny "f; Jun .,' iu the; yenr  rV'.Our U>-<l tin<��������� tb _u. a.nd'.,ig.il-lnn-  ���������.-'��������� '!r'������1 _:-.'<I niu.:ty-.;ii:ht, miJ?Itr lhe  ' yiixty-Sir*:. yenr of i.>ur'.!.'".i^ii..??''?  .j'(~<..r.iiis8ni.."  : ���������   ''���������:���������'���������'  ?���������' -���������   "���������:   B;.H.yrvI:'.VI!!TT.!>F'.A'rv"E,   c,  3   "....      iu-gisir. t-..f nm.i-iipr-jme (>.url  dfir..c<l: 11 pon:tbis;l.������ur Writ.  ���������i'J>  IN Testi.mont.VViikkei.p, ,\Vc , liav-c caiise'd  -those Our f.otlcrs.to bo iiiiido  Patciit  ;; luider the i.rrijiii; Scalof' Clur said Pro-  . ��������� ,vinco of Briiisii- coliini bi.i: ���������Witness,  tbo  Hohoiirablo Thomas' lt.: ^IcInnes,  at Oirr Goviiriimon til -u"se,-a I Victoria:  thisscv-.-ntbiltivof ..luno.iii tlio; year,  ".'.-Ciiir l.oril ono .thousand' clghl liiin-  ilro'l and iilncty-oight.y    .'...:,.. ;y-'  Bv Command      *'��������� '���������' "��������� ���������"-  '*.'"'  "������������������"���������     ��������� 11.  II. .TVKW.IIITT IIKAIvE,  ;i  . ftcgistr.ir'of thi.-S.u|iromo Court.  I'CoVi.sciAI.  ',1  i-:'!'������:E'iy\RY'. hvvicfi    f ;���������  -'.ll   .l!l,ll.,J'-K   J  '   li-i lI(iN'(,ii-'it'tl."'U������-.ut<.jia'ri*<-(..':rii(3r li.is ;  ��������� ���������''.   b..,��������� 1)t.-K������c.r-,o;,f.|,.h,t  -   ."..'  ���������JlillS  II. sliSll.U,!.'. i-_ ���������,.!';.!_���������:,  ���������:  . '      i;,,v',1r!i:nt'iil .'i_..nt.  ;..   |J' K".tiiniin'_   Oilier   for��������� ti_-   ItovcMrtS.*-  :.Iing'Of VVc*l   .K������r.'.!':nny   Klc'-l'.r il    i������iMtr "</t;  ���������i-nd   "-������������������'.      ��������� -: - ' -/ ���������������������������  i III. Honour Uu: !.i(;i:umao������--������ov.'riior has  ?,'���������..������ ploiisc:! to K|.'_.liit>ii.| d.-^lar . tin;  i';-i-iVEK>-~rK~"T-OKFP.-Kj- KfiVKF_-"T(>KK.  ;., bo tbo pl'icc  f..r life oomiiiKlioii of:canrli-  ?|.vti'Vfn.''.i.:.'.f.oii.Kithe."l_^!":_ii_(V-''A������erobly  ,:i.tbe Bovolstok"::, Kidjin? ��������� ot   ������_.'   Koownay  r.iectoral District. i  NOTICE  "PROVINCIAL ELECTION ACT."  (-.tr|,.r *':r-t]r.ii 1K!< H.ii'l pm ol lho Provincial  li..: who Vi l. Oe ior.*..1 in-' ugclit*, lilivt* been  ni | r,'tr<-a li b. -.-(.. 1 I've (iiii'llilnti's, I. m  Kt.li, "��������� l-'..t... 111;. nt 'or I vi K.lli..; W.  v| I'r.iwn p.. 11 Ir'r.K- i^ciu for VV. Wblt..,  I li .IlllilU),  Kotiirning (llliccr.  ���������i if -i-ifi,';?;;.,: (>;���������:;   c Ax a p.v :���������;'���������'������������������;���������-.,; ?.?;?;?:.?;.'. 7 7,.  ;y.;.pKOviNCE-oi*-BKPns~ii. coijUmbiaJ^ ;���������������������������;  yiC'l'6kl.\?by the Criic;e?of'_;bd; of tiioUnited  r.;?;^,'*Kiiigdoni of:Gre.nt. JirHdhi anil'Ircbind,  ..;??.. -?'QUEi"~~, pofoudor of the  Pailli,Mt.,\tc.,  To:.all ;to;.wiioin ,those:Prosciits .hall oonic.���������  ?���������?��������� "--   .,;:'"'. .': .: OllEETlNd;--:-' ' '--:' '-^:-  ?JJ J'J? J' a proclamation'' ''���������'���������'��������� -'���������'���������'���������'  yilfM. Eiiuins, '���������,,'���������"���������  y^AiiornoyTlloncrnl,     ,  '.stabliso; the. following .polliiVg places '"in the  Several; und -resiiccliye , ;ElectoraV..yDistri_ts  hcreiiiaftei' naiiiod; ".*: y :y  .VNOWy ICNOVV" VK: Hint?; by Sirtuii ��������� of ?tho?  nuthority coiiliiiiiciliirtho" Provincial. Eloc'-,  tious Act,"'lbe Lieutenant-l.oycrnoi- in Council ileclnrcs'tiuil' the''following  polling places  shiillbe. aiul tliey "lire, hereby,.cstuhlishcil; for  The; sevoi-frtclee-prfilHii-iH  v.hicli?are.sotoppositoysijcii: polling, places,  .respcciivcly, llint is tri say:^       ,.' ��������� .    .',. . :"y.  7 Poi.i.iNd:Places?'-~;':?-?'" Ei.e. _oii,u.',District,  'Cbvorn'inoiii ollice,' Ki!velstokc..;.y;;>iyy; ,?y   -  CoyernineiU Ollice, Trout.I.nlco.....:-,        *"  1.ovcriiinoiil Ollice,. NiikiiS|ii.,.'Vy'j  Gov.riiiuont .Olllco.Coiiidpllx...  /riiomson's Land ing.............  BiirLon City.'.':,.........;._'......  XIalcyonilot Springs.'.";'���������.;:;.*....  Fire Valley.,.......;,;.....,.....  iil'celIle'w-'ncL..'......'.'.'.';......'.'.'!  AlborfOaiiyoiiyY;..'!.'. 7.7:7f.:.:.  l-'roncli Crook ltlg llcnil......;.y  Itoy.Ps Stmich....   (.'iirncscroek;.'*'.,;...,.-;,.-. .;..��������� .-.  (Ilncliir...;..;?.......f:.,.i.....  I'orgiisoii..?......,; ?...",.,;......  'jVrrowiioiid.,...';-....,....?',......  P'r0vinci;ai?;S;e;cretsiry's :  7lfUMu0  ;    IliPUONOUR 'JilE? LllCUi'ENANi'-aOvi'lt?.,  iKir'hiis'bocn" plensod   to liiiiko' the ���������following;;'.;  iippoiiiliiiont.:,y'.";'yy^..���������:;-;';, yy :???;;  ?r:y"? ?; -';y?'������: y; ?;y?2i~ih May, isns.;:?:  ." W.-l-.KOBKKTSON, of the Citv of'iMontreal,;  Esquire, 1(. -���������V.v.Sc., to, be. Provinoia!,..Mineralo-;,  gist: vice VVi Ilia 111'j\;;i;iirl.vlo,'Es(|uire,'resignod.,  ...::"������������������'.-': if Hotise. and\ Lot"��������� for; Sale. -  '; Aiiduse andiot 011 Third Htreet," liist'.'east of.  the Cowan Block, for sale.i'rVpply-for;particulars to the 11 iiiiAi.li oflice.;: .  ?'.:?.?    " J?"??.;?' y^, Notice.---;.,'" '" -1":; '7:f7,':\;."  All jiorsons liavitigcliiiniKiigniust Mr. A?Ct.'-  ,M.-5.prng-go,i.iiii'ristor?,latoof ���������Kevelsloke, .are  roqiiostotlio send piirticulnrs of .thoir: cl iii nis  to, i.bo^iiii'lorsigncil: in-cure of .rolsbiis Jlank,  Kevelstoke Station, 11. C.  ;y ������������������',: ~.i?i':-.. '>:   ".'..���������..������������������,:..'.������������������C1I~0;~I.I'JI(:CART15I1,'?:.:.'..'.  j.ulil tf. ������. .���������;���������-, ;���������';.;.:' Solicitor for .VIrs. Spragge;   :  Dissolution of PartnershioV  I he,partnor.hi]i hcretofoie OMsting bctwooii  us, the iitulol-igiicd, is Hus (lay dissolved bv  muUliil loil-eul All dcbls duo Ihe linn villi  be ci.llci led b>    liuiics I'.. \\ light, hv w honi lhe  busiuess ���������-m   i���������.  a... 1  .<*   11... r.1.1 si nnil  ami : wb  ngaliisl lho llrm.  il jly s  ��������� couooieti oy .iiuiics v.. ivngm,, ny wuom ui_  nst ness will be .com I net cd at tbo old sta nil,  ul   who   will   pay nil oiii-tumling aeLount*.  .1. i:   Wi'.innr.  Thomas A. l'iri'v.  Liquor   License   Notice,  Nr.'rr I- b'--.i.. ���������'Ki II tllHt wl'.tb' lllllhr  .^im,1 lui. nd to ar f.H- :*o (lav-i hIi.t rial.,, tr.  It 1 -'iiiti'liar' Mngl*trnlo of N'l.rlh Billing of  \l_-_ K>M>tvna.- for Iir.-n _������, U, *. II li,|ii"r HI tlie  Qii. < n'- li"f I,' r.mapllr. I; (  1 i*.n(s(;H(m .V- UriHAV  , C'ji.iao'lx. 'Iu. 2!-t, 1 V������i  I*, icimosv Win 111 oh'We hiivc ciinscd iho-o  Our l.ellors lo bciniiile I'ntcnl and  the (IrcMl Sciil of British Columbia  lo bo borcuiilo nlllxcil; Witsks*.,  the Iloiionriibloiiios.K. McInnes,  ljlctitciianl-Covcrnor, of Our said  Province of British Columbia, in  Our City of Vlctorlii, in Our said  Province, this fifteenth ilny of  I11110, in tbo year of Our Lord 0110  thousand velghty hiiii'lrc'1 and  Tilnolv 1 igbt and in (hi i-tvtv-lirst  vear of Our Itclgn  P.y.Connnniid.  A: CAMTBELL KKIIIHE,  Ilcput. l'rov 1111 ml Secretary.  Application For Land.  Notice is hereby given Hint. liOday.i after date  I intend to atiplv to tbo Chief Commissioner of  1,11 nils nml W orks for, permission to piu-i'liiise  .*-<! acres, more (ir loss, of iiiisitrvcyeil land,  pni-l of which wns formerly preempted bill now  nbniiiliiiicd bv Arohillo l.evc-(|iie and siinnte  mi I'ownli! Crook, Big liend district mid described ns follows: Commencing at a post al  N. E. corner of Ferguson's laud, marked N. E.,  Ihetice norlh SI chiilus. ihouce west -ll) chains,  tbence soiiih si) clinliiv, iheuce oast III chains,  ( oiitiiliilug .'._ 1111 res, moro or loss.  Ceo. Laivhoii:.-  Itovolsloke, B. C��������� .liiiiell,1898. dung!)  asroTiCB,  Carpenter   Tools   and  For Sale  Boat  'A Tool.Chest.und a complete .outfit., of, carpenter's lools; also a ltow Boat offered for sale at  a bargain.   Applv to _>,  W. FREEING,   "  il Jy 17"  '.������������������������������������ Second Street. >gJD  SUMMARY OF NEWS  General   Miles  and  Staff  Have  Left  for Tampa  h  STARVATION AND   YELLOW FEVER AT  SANTIAGO  Supplementary   Estimates���������South   Perth   Petition���������Governor  Appointed   For   the  North West  Territories���������The  Final Arrangements for the Canadian and  United  States Treaty.  Washington, May 30.���������AU doubts  as   to   the   whereabouts   of   Admiral  Sampson's squadron were set at rest by  |\ his arrival   yesterday at Key  .West,  * Florida.    He knew nothing   oi   Cer-  vera's fleet.  Commodore Schley's fleet is blockading Santiago and Cienhigos.  It is reported that three Spanish  ships have successfully run lho Havana  blockade.  Great scarcity of ;food nnd an outbreak of small pox are lepoited from  San Jami de Porto Rico.  The German newspapers continue to  publish bitter articles hostile to the  United States war policy.  France is said to be negotiating with  Spain for the purchase of the Philip-'  pines.  SCHLEY AT SANTIAGO  W vsiiiNGTOX, May 30 ���������The navy department received at 12 30 o'clock tins  (Monday) morning a despatch from  Commodore Schley, stating that . the  Spanish lleet is in the bay of Santiago  de euba and that he has seen and recognized the vessels.  '  "WOK I CINQ WITH THE  CUBANS  Ivi-v West, May 30.���������A system of  communication between thu United  States government and the insurgents  , has been so well established that the  Cuban forces are-working in perfect  harmony with those of  tins   country.  ' Messengers pass between thu Insurgents and the United States vessels  every day.  A FRENCH STOKY  Madkid, Mav 30.���������"RI Progrosso pub-  v lishes despatches pm porting to come  i, from Paris.giving the details of an alleged battle near Jiini'iica. in whicli it  is said   two  United  States warships  \ were destroyed and one Spanish   ship  iniured.     Although    the   account   is  verv eii cuinslantial as to time,  place,  i incidents and results, it is rcciveil here  if with suspicion.       The   story   is that  ' Schley's squadron parted from   Samp-  \ son's off Cape Maysi, the eastern point  ;!'of   Cuba and     steered     towards the  h Yucatan passage, followed closely_   by  ' Sampson's ships.    Both wen*   sighted  from the watch towers of Santiago de  Cuba.   Sampson arrived olf   the province of Puerto Principe,   continuing  thence in  the   direction of  Jamaica.  Cervera left  Santiago  on   Thursday,  i   Mav 28, at midnight, all   lights  bemg  -extinguished, with   the  Vizcaya  and  Almciante{Quendo,   preceded   by the  torpedo   bo.it  destroyer, Furor..   He  took up a position in close proximity  to Jamaica.  Two hours later the remainder of  Cervera's squadron withdrew from the  harbor of Santiago and proceeded in a  southerly direction.  On the morning of Friday the Furor  came up rapidly to the Vizaya. Al-  -"^-iniranEC Oquendo advismg_Cer___era_pf  the approach of the enemy Sampson s  Heet steamed at full speed toward the  SDaui6h vessels, which accepted the  combat, but moved in a southerly direction to effect a juncture with the  remainder of the Spanish squadron.  Presently the battle raced furiously on  _ ' hoth sides. The United States squad*  * ron detached three cruisers and three  smaller ships and surrounded the Vis.  caya and Almirante Oquendo. The  Furor, between the cross hre of the  .net. v. n-'ide for the United States  flagship.0 Notwithstanding the fire of  the heavv guns the outcome of tho  contest, was that two United Mate"  warships were sunk and one Spanibh  warship was disabled in it<~ steering  near, the remaining vessels ot the  United States squadron being so much  damaged that they were compelled to  take refuge in llaytian waters. It is  ^ported that the Cristobel Colon captured ono United States ship, which  . lind been disabled by a shell, trom the  !���������* Vi_cay������ perforating her side" The  "Vizcavn. escaped destruction from the  United States destroyer. It is believed  that after the comhat the Spaniards  spiled for Havana, or, if the conditions  of the vessels or the presence of a. superior force of the enemy required,  took refuge in Cardenas or Man tanzas.  This report ii discredited in London  and the Washington officials deny it.  m  m  Washington, May 31.���������The military  invasion of Cuba has at length began,  unless tho order, of the War department have been miscarried. At an  eaily hour this morning the troops  that, have been massed at the Gulf  forts, began lo break camp and march  on board the trati_pi.it .hips which  were waiting to carry them to the enemy's tenitories. The transport ileet  consists of 25 of the largest and swiftest vessels* which could he procured and  they aie lilted to accomodate, admit  30.000 men. The port of landing in  Cuba is kept a profound secrel. It is  believed thot separate military excursions will be landed al four different  points, hut whether Poilo Rico is one  of these points cannot be ascertained.  JIILFS L~OB TAMPA.  General Miles and his start', making  a party numbering 31 persons, left for  Tampa last evening on a special Grain  over the Southern railway.  SAKE LOCKED  UP.  Key West, May 31.���������Cerveia is  still last at Santiago and cannot move.  STARVATION AND FEVER.  Winnipeg, May 31.���������Yellow fever  and starvation ai e reported to prevail  at Santiago.  CAPTURE AND   RECAPTURE.  Remedios Cuba has been captured  by the insurgents and recaptured by  the Spaniards.  Winnipeg. May ' 31.���������Baron _, Lyon  Playfair is dead.  PETITION    FILED.  - A petition has been filed against tho  election of Moscrop in South Pei th.  SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES.  Ottawa. May 31.���������The supplementary estimates brought down to the  commons yesterday amounted to $3,-  05S.370. Of this $305,000 wa_ for the  Yukon, Regina land titles ollice, ������13,-  000; Medicine Hal court house, $6,000;  fot trail Irom Edmonton to th'e Yukon  S15.000; Yorkton Immigiantsbuilding,  $2,500.  Mulock moved the second reading of  the bill to repeal the Civil Service  Superannuation act.  The House adjourned before the vote  could be taken.  In the Senate the Franchise hill was  read a second time.  APPOINTMENT OI"   GOVERNOR.  An order-in-council appointing M. C.  Cameron, M. P., for West Huron, to  be Lieutenant-Governor of the Northwest Territoi ie_>. was passed yesterday.  UNITED STATES AND CANADA.  Washington, May 31.���������Canadian  negotiations, which have heen in progress here during the" last week were  concluded last night. A definite  agi cement was reached for the creation of a commission which shall consider all the subjects in controversy  between .the United .Slates and Cau-  pda, and frame.a treaty between the"  Imperial Government and the United  States for the complete adjustment of  these controversies. It only now remains for the agreement to lie submitted to the British government for its  appiovul, and on the receipt of this  the organization will be complete.  JOHN  HULL IN CIIINA.  London, May30.���������The British authorities are now in possession of Wei  llai.  'KLONDIKE ROUTES,  Vancouver, May 30.��������� Both the  Stikine and the Yukon rivers are now  open for navigation.  LAW REGARDING NEWSPAPERS  Whatever Noah's shortcomings  were he knew enough to go in when it  rained.  The animal report of Canadian in-  surar.ee companies show a large increase in business,  Whenever there is more than one  way of doing a thing the other fellow  invariably does it the wrong way.  Woik of grading has begun on the  siding on the Crow's Nest i ail way at  the point whero the Fort Steele branch  lino leaves the main line.  If there isn't a light soon botween  ihu Spanish and American warships  the.wai'' correspondents will have to  invent oiie|justto keep tlie interest up.  Forty-one carloads of potatoes have  been shipped from Sherurooke to the  United States within the. last few days ] superintendent on the ..Manitoba, divi  Sifton's    presence    in    the    Laurier  Cabinet.  lt is a great lesson to a woman lo go  to church late wearing her old clothes  and lind all the back seats taken.  After the display of British hunting  in tha Slates on tlie Queen's Birthday  we cim afford to hang out,the stars  and stripes without suspicion of disloyally.  In the London bankruptcy court a  few days since a receiving older was  issued against J. Young, a son ot the  late Bfigham Young, His liabilities  aro $1,000,-110.  Piesident Kruger declines lo recognize the suzerainty of Gieat, Britain.  Sooner or later Oom Paul will get the  Transvaal injured to such au extent  that nobody will be able to recognize  its integrity.  Jas.   Murray,    formerly    assistant  JA  POST  OFFICE BILL.  O_.TA~.vA, May 30.���������The Postmaster  Gpneral has introduced into his Post  Office bill, novv before the Commons,  three amendments, and a couple of  these "may be regarded as of consider.-  able importance to the general public.  By their provisions postmasters may  deal summarily with letters imperfectly addressed when the name of the  sender is on the envelope. The sender  -will be communicated with to secure  ���������the proper addresses and the letter  -will then be sent on to its destination  -without going through the dead letter  ���������office.  Another amendment will give the  postmaster a certain discretion in the  ;������������������ matter of sending on letters where no  postage lias been placed on the cnvel-  ���������npe. The postmasters may call upon  th"-sender where Ws inline is on lhe  envelope to pay the proper postage and  the missive will go on to its destination.  .������������������ __������ ��������� .  An Ontario pn per says of Mr. Dalton  McCarthy that he never spoke in parliament, except when he had snme-  'I 1 hing to say. Perhaps this just tribute  is as good an evidence of his superior-  i������ty. as any that has heen olfered.  1 Any person who takes a paper  regularly from tho post olllco, whether  in his name or another's or whether  he has subscribed or not, is responsible  for payment.  2 If any person orders his paper discontinued ho must pay up all arrears,  or the publisher may continue to send  it until payment' is made and then  collect thewhole amount whether the  paper is taken from the "office or not,  3 In suits for subscriptions, the suit  may be instituted in the place whete  the paper is published, although tbe  subscriber may reside hundreds of  miles ,avvay.  4 The courts have decided thatrefusing newspapers or periodicals from the  postoflice or removing ajid leaving  them uncalled for while unpaid, is  prima facie evidence of intentional  fraud.  The man,who goes fishing and sits  in a cramped uninviting position all  day. and calls it fun, is tne chap who  never goes to church because the pews  are uncomfortable.  Who will take the late Dalton McCarthy's place in the famous law firm  of McCarthy, Osier, Hoskin and Creel-  man, of Toronto, is the question now  tilling tho minds ol* legalitcs. Political  circles are also much exercised .is to  who will HU the vacancy in North  Simcoe.  :The'seal worn by the Pope and used  by him on official documents to which  tho'signature'is attached, has on it the  engraving ot a fish, with the cipher of  the wearer. Since the 13th 'century  every Pope has worn a ring of this  character, and it is shattered with (it  md the Americans aro buying up all  lliu potatoes thoy can got.  The whole .world is beginning to appreciate, the consummate wisdom of  .lolin Bull in establishing coaling stations in a number of places. John  may be slow according to Continental  ideas; but he has known a few things  all along.  'J^The London daily papers give prominence to.dispatches from the United  Stales telling of the celebrations there  in honor of the Queen's birthday. The  Daily News says: "Certainly it seems  that an opportunity should be given  to reciprocate these demonstrations  of good will. This will naturally occur  on the 4th of July.  An exchange tells a funny story of  a tramp who rang a doctor's door bell  and asked t.he pretty woman who  opened the door if she would kindly  ask the doctor if he had a pair of old  pants he would kindly give away.  "I'm lhe doctor," said the smiling  young woman and the tramp fainted.  Georgia comes to the front, with a  woman who has 135 living children,  grandchildren and great great-grandchildren. Her name is Sallie Shiver.  Notwithstanding the fact that she is  in her ninetieth year, bhe enjoys good  health and spirits and visits each of  her descendants every two years.  Admiral Sampson is areligious man.  He is a member of the Presbyterian  church of the Covenant at Washington, and the men's society, which is a  literary club cou nee ted with the church.  He was always regular in his attendance during the several years that he  vvas stationed at Washington, and  took a great deal of interest in philanthropic work. -~  As an amusing sample of Chinese  composition the following copy of a  laundry bill sent by a local Celestial to  one of his customeis has been handed  to us: "The first time I make out a  bill oil SO 05 and you give me $5.00 and  there is $1.05 to lel'e, and these times  make out a bill for $S.10 and makes  oil together owe uie $0.75.  Northwest farmers were not disposed to quarrel seriously wilh the war  while wheat, was advancing in price at  the rate of 10 and 15 cents a day, but  the hoot is ou the other foot when the  nip comes on binder twine. We read  that "the supply of raw man ilia is novv  entirely shut oil' hy the blockade of the  Philippines, and raw sisal is advancing rapidly in consequence."  Only one civilian has ever won the  Victoria Cross, and be won-it in battle,- This was the Key, J. W. Adams  a chaplain who went with General  Roberts forces into Afghanistan. On  the way he distinguished himself in  distributing ammunition aud carrying  water to the wounded in one of the battles, and when the campaign was over  the Victoria .Cross was given to him  as well as to others. Only sixteen  crosses were given for that campaign.  A;joint meeting of the city lodges  of Free Masons vvas held last Thursday at the Masonic Temple, AVinnipeg, when, in addition to the grand  master, Thomas Robinson, and the  grand officers, there wero present a  large number of the local fraternity.  Rev. Canon Matheson delivered an  erudite and interesting lecture upon  '"���������The Bihle," dealing witU���������ilr"a,s~=~thV  Word of God, and the basis of Masonic  faith. Its history and literature were  ably and learnedly explained, and it  was shown how largely the Bible had  entered into the best of English literature.  Owing to tho serious international  complications growing out of the: war  between the United States and Spain,  the British government is arranging  to fortify St. John's. The British war  office has cabled the governor, Sir  Herbert Murray, as to the condition of  the foits and "barracks belonging to  the imperial government,-which were  given into the custody of the colonial  authorities when the troop, were  withdrawn from 'there in 1870. Sir  llerbeit Murray and the coloninl  minister are consulting with a view of  housing the imperial troops, the first  contingent of which arrived from  Halifax last week.  Al. Bartlett, formerly, ���������'of' Sandon,  has recently come out from Dawson,  and is on his way to Ottawa. He says  that no gold will be brought out from  Dawson via the Yukon this year.  This, he says, will be owing to the  extreme low water which will prevail.  The water, he says, will reach a lower  point than has existed for the last 11  years/ The principal mine owners  have made themselves cognizant*, of  this, and will, he says, take no chances  on sending out their gold by way of  the Yukon. It will be reserved for an  expedition which will come out about  the middle of next winter over the  ice.  Tbe Regina Leader says: "One of  the warmest friendships formed by Mr.  McCarthy in later years was with the  younc minister who now |represents  the. West in the Dominion Ciibinet,  and we doubt that anv will regret the  demise of an unselfish adviser and  friend more sincerely than the Hon.  Clifford Sifton.' When Jlr, Sifton was  attorney general, .-ind Mr. McCarthy  was advocate for Manitoba before the  Privy Council in the school case, they  were thrown into close and frequent  contact. Between the veteran and  the comparative novice sprang up an  attachment based upon mutual re-  snectand cemented by close confidence.  When Mr. McCarthy single-handed  threw down the irrevocable, gage of  battle in the face of hopeless odds in  tne Haldimaiid bye-election ot 1804,-  Sif ton it was who went from Manitoba to lend the aid' of'his forcible  speaking. To Sifton was Wholly due  Jlr. McCarthy's candidature in   Bran  hammer when the wearer dies, to pre-   fon InlSfXJ.   "And if we mistake not to  vent its use on a forged document. McCarthy was very largely due  Mr.  sion of the O. P. It., but who had lo  resign ovVing lo ill health several  months ago, lias been appointed track  inspector of all the lines from Foit  William to Vancouver.  Just what elfeet the war will havo  have on binder twine prices is not  known yet, but prices are very strong  and sisal is advancing lapidly in consequence of the cutting olf of thu supply cf i aw Manila. Fears' are entertained thai if there should be a heavy  crop in the North West, the supply  will be exhausted.  Speaking of the reports that Russia,  Austria and Franco will interfere to  slop the war. the Pall Mall Gazette  says: "All 4ho talk of assistance lrom  Europe is \noonshine. NoitlierFrinco  nor any other power is likely to burn  its fingers vvith the Spanish chestnuts.  Senor Castillo, the Spanish Ambassador to Franco, lEost probably has a  good deal to do in Paris, but it is of a  financial character."  The present Spanish-American war  sending hack to Canada many car loads  of French Canadians, who have been  residing in tbe United States the past  few years. They say that it is on  account of being afraid of being compelled to enlist in the Uniled States  army that they havo returned, and on  account ot the standstill at which  business has arrived. Many factories  are closed and wages are reduced.  An English telegram slates thai the  American Missionaries Mr. and Mrs.  Burtner, Mr. and Mrs. Minshalt, Mr.  Ward and Miss Mullen, members of  the United States Brotherhood of  Christ, who survived the recent massacres in the Sherboro "district of  Sierra Leone, west coast of Atiica,  arrived at Liverpool, on May 27th,  from Freetown Sierra Leone. They  give thrilling accounts of their escape  at the time the mission house at  Shanghe vvas destroyed in the ridings.  Coal is king when ii comes! to naval  warfare iu these modern days. It is  therefore comforting to know that the  output ot the United Kingdom is 105,-  000.000 tons every year, that of the  United States 171,000,000 and that of  the colonics a good round amount.  Probably the coal output of t.he English sppakinir countries amounts to  ���������100,000,000 tons a vear. France and  Geimany together,' produce a little  more than one quarter of this amount  and the,other nations are not anywhere in the race.      v,   .  Mr. Sifton stated in the '.house the  other day that the Klondike is paying  for itself. About half a million of  money has been received up to dato,  and the royalties are still to come in.  If the Klondike had been made to  build a railway, as was proposed, there  would he nothing left to fret about.  The determination of Mr. Sifton and  his colleagues, that in all respects the  Klondike shall provide for itself, and  in no sense and to no extent should it  be a burden on the rest of the Dominion, is one to he commended from an  eastern hut not from a western standpoint.���������Ex.  The Government of the (Dominion  has approved ot the proposal of Com-  raissoner Forget to establish a new  Indian tre-ty in the Peace and Mac-  keiy-ie_riv_er__j-ist_ricts._, Notices. aj;e  being sent out to all the Hudson's Bay  posts and to the clergymen in that  northern region notifying the Indians  to gather in June IS!)!), to discuss the  subject with the Government's, representatives, who will be the Lieutenant-Governor ot the Territories and  Commissioner Forget, if his health  will permit. The cost will be consid;  erable but in the interests of settlement the "matter vvill have to be settled  as soon as possible.  The Alberta Plaindcaler says: The  Franchise Bill isthrough the Commons  and has now to experience the tend������*r  mercies of tho Somite. While the  Conservatives weie in duty bound io  criticise and olfer various amendments  no serious ot very determined opposition was made, and the few changes  that were accepted by Ihe House did  -not affect the principal of the measure  but simply dealt wilh the working  details. The iniquitous Franchise  Act of 1SS5 is now happily a thing of  tho past and has gone down to oblivion  unwept, .unhononored and unsung. No  longer'will the country be burdened  with lhe ruinous expense of costly  revisions of Voters' Lists nor be at the  mercy of ultra-partisan revising barristers, and if the session bore no other  fruit than this one, measure wliich  gives the simplest, safest and most  honest franchise that Canada has ever  had, it will have deserved well of tho  country. It is not expected that the  Senate will throw it out.  The escape from Peterboro jail of  two notorious criminals is announced  James McDonald, a Uaited States  crook, who was waiting trial for burglary at.,Norwood postofflce a few  months ago, and Frank Forbes, another character, well known through,!'  out the country, for larceny. The  men escaped about one o'clock ih the  morning and were assisted from the  outside by parties unknown. The  prisoners unlocked tho colls in some  manner and got out of the corridor by  cutting the heavy bars - with  au instrument Iwhich had been  sent iri ���������'��������� from the outside. Once  in the main ball thoy went upstairs to the women's ward,-where  they took the lock off a door leading  to," llie comt room by means of a  wagonWrench, the hasp on tho outside; door being sprung off by their  breaking a fan light and using the handle of a broom to take off the staple.  When they got over the court room it  was an ea=y matter to drop to the  ground..... The police are searching  everywhere for theni and have notified  all police and detective agencies.  THE FREE LANCE  Musings of the Wetaskiwin Sage.  Theplebiscite is to be astraight vote,  yes or no, as to whether tiie voter  believes that the manufacture and sale  of alcoholic beveiages should bo hy law  piohihited. But the Government is  nol necessarily pledged lo puss a prohibitory law, even ii thu plebiscite is  in favor of prohibition; and it is not  likely thai onr legislators will jeopardise the interests of their party and  the jobs of myriads upon myriads of  government officials by passing a law  that will call forth dangerous'' antagonism. There is nothing suicidal  about a Canadian politician's iikido-  ii vers.  If these people would agitate for a  better quality of booze,'and got the.  law llxed so that the License Inspector  would have the power at a moment's  notice of inspecting, by means of analysis, tho quality of liquor sold over  bars to thu public, they would bu  elfecting some good. But this unavailing clamor for lel'orm is of no use except for self-glorilicatiiin, and we have,  no patience with noiibetise of that soil  except  in   the   case   of  veiy  pretty  -well, we'll let' it go  women; and-  at that.  In tho old piohihilion days there  is no doubt ot the fact that there  was a gieat deal more boozing done  than theie is now. Wo rcmemhir  seeing in ono ot thu outlying villages  the parson, the leading lawyer, ( now  a piominent politician.) two police  officers -and a merchant, meet, tho  stage on whicli had arrived a five  gallon "permit" of good Scotcli  whiskey. They adjourned to the  house of the lucky "permittee,." and  the eailiest man to go home vvas the  parson. He went al 5 a.m. lhe rest  got home in the course of three or  four days. We remember also arriving  one. day by stage in a village lhat  contained live geneial stores. All the  stores but one wore at once closed, and  in a short space of time thoro was  only one man in town who could talk.  This vvas at Battleford, if anybody  should a-*k you. The rest wore spending their timu mixing ,rum, scotch,  rye, gin and irish, thu proper amalgamation of which is said to make a  very happy blend. - These.citizens are  known as extremely temperate men,  but if prohibition should come in they  vvouid fall into their old ways again  from pure contrariness, get'a 5 gallon  permit when they were ablo and' pro*  cee 1 to drink ic up regardless of., business or anything else.  Calgary was a holv fright for drinking in prohibition days. If prohibition does come in again, we nope the  law will be rigidly enforced.  It cannot be denied that the pr psent  day has its besetting sins. One of the  most marked is the prevalence of  intemperate utterance, and someof the  worst olfenderS are well intentioned  people who regard themselves as  divinely commissioned to turn-the  contemporary woi ld from the evil of  its way. Mounted upon their little  rostrums ot conscious superiority,  the self appointed regulators go  through the performance popularly  known as talking through their hats,  to the edification ot nobody but -themselves. There is high authority for  tho doctrine- that _lhe defiling clement is that which comes forth from  tbe mouth, rather than that which  enters it; and it would seem to us as if  there were room tor two new societies,  one for the suppression of intemperate  talking on social-evil questions, and  another, equally important, for the  suppression of reckless talking by men'  about good women.  The suggested Anglo-Saxon-American Alliance fills our hearts with  gladness and nppe_d_ lo our best  sympathies. Canadians, as a rule, do  not seem to regard the idea with any  degree ot enthusiasm, nor do they appear to love the Americans with an  all devouring passion, judging i'roin  their openly expressed sentiments  since the war began; but we know  -why.���������-It i*~ a-Eoolish-reason-tno.^-It is  because the gold brick, shell, brace,  bunco, three card." cold deck, .black  sand men, who come over from the  other side, find them so very easy.  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  ONEY   PROFITABLY ?  If So* Come to Revelstoke the MiniDg  Centre of North Kootenay   -   -   -   -  It has been predicted by leading men of Canada that Revelstoke will  be one of the leading cities of West Kootenay. That its unique position  where tiie C, P. 1 ... crosses thu beautiful* Columbia valley, vvith water transportation 'o the north and south and in close proximity to the richest mines  in Kootenay, making its location unusually favorable, If you want to invest  your money in manufactoiies, teal estate, or mining property, visit  Revelstoke,"lhe "Gateway to the Kootenay."  AVe aro moving to the front amino obstacle will or can impede our  wonderful progress. Do not forget that, you will never buy real eslate as  cheap as you can buy it today. Figure the increase of the past and speculate  in Revelstoke, the "Gateway to the Kootenay."  The banks of the Columbia, on which liver the town is situated, have  been the stage upon which strange scenes have beon displayed and wild and  daring exploits'performed by the thousands who entered lhis district during  lho '07 gold boom in the Big Bend.  Revelstoke is probably one of the oldest towns in the interior. And it  was nol until this title question vvas setlled that Revelstoke really began to  forge ahead, commercially and otherwise. Growth was slow until 1897, hut  the old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and siarted in  to make it a mining centre worthy of note.  The C. P. R. is concentrating all its principal woikshops on the  western division at'Revelstoke. Revelstoko is not only a mining town, but is  now and will be. increasingly so in the future a railway point of considerable  importance in the C. P. R. system and a distributing centre for the bnsiness of  the rich mining districts included iu the siSction popularly known as North  Kootenay.' Its impot/jance in these connections is due to its unique geographical position. Sealed in a beautiful open valley at the point of intersection  of the Columbia" river and tho C. P. R. main line, it commands the passes  running north and south, to the famous gold fields of the Big Bend and the  rich mineral leads of the Lardeau, while on the east up the Illecillewaet  another district of great prospect is being opened up. The town is the point  of junction of the" main line and the Arrowhead branch of the C. P. It., by  which access is gained to tho South Kootenay hy rail uud steamer. Another  line of steamers will make Revelstoke their "starting point for the Big Bend,  for which country it is at present the sole outfitting point and base of supplies.  Thus by the mere force ot geographical position alone Revelstoke has forged  lo the front until tho littlo mining camp of a few years ago has tiecome a towu  of considerable importance to the business of tho province."  The mining industry is still in ils infancy, hut with the careful expenditure of capital in development work will grow to large dimensions.  Large in. as of land  in close proximity to the town are covered with  limber suitable for lumber, but probably just 'as valuable as fire wood, there  heing no coal deposits discovered near at hand as yet., This land when cleared <���������'  is proving to be exceptionally line farming and gardening land,   and   the  demand for produce is always ."many times larger tliau the supply, train loads _.. *  heing imported from other-points" every season.   This'should be taken into  .  consideration hy intending settlers. _ ".-,.'���������  Across the river from Revelstoke an excellent clay exists for the mak- ~  ing of brick in, vast quantities, which commands a high price at any time. -    .  The town enjoys many advantages: A fine, healthy climate���������the  death rate being exceedingly low���������good water.'supplied by a system of water  works,"from the mountain side just north of the town, underlying which is a  stratum of gravel that ensures a natural drainage. A short distance up the.C.  P, R. track, east, to the lllecillewaet river, is a canyon and falls, which muse  ho seen to be fully appreciated. The power from these falls is now being utilized by ahe Revelstoke Water, Light & Power,Co. for running their line elec--  trie lighting plant. They have an unlimited power ^which later on -will he u  useful for manufacturing purposes and running the propo~-.il *'reet carlini.  of i^nmk  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -   - M.200,000'  Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merritt, Vice Pros., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jalfray,  Hugh Ryan,  T. Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D. It. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North -Vest and Britiuh Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Irigersoll  Hi-  fi.-!  a  ^SSSs-k  SubsGPibe   fop tlie. Daily  op  Semi-Weekly  ,J_epald and Keep Posted on^optft K-ootenay ��������� *  Is thp Shortest and  Quickest Line to...  "WALLACE,   FARMlNGTOX,_  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,  COEUIt D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST OR   SOUTH.  Canadian  Pacific   :  Railway.  mmmm  AND SC O.PACIFIC LINE.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  Via Salt Lake, Denver,  Omaha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to -and from  Europe and other foreign countries  Shortest and  Quickest Boute  To Yukon aud Klondike Gold  Field*-.  To Eastern and European poiuts.  "~To Paciiie Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST  and  CARS  models   of  are  Portage la        Vrtncouyci  Prairie* Winnipeg  Prince Albert Revelstoke  South Edmonton.  .'ONTARIO,  Niagara Falls   ISt. Thomas  Port Colborne .Toronto  Rat Portage     IWelland  Sault St. Mario Woodstock  St.Catharines I  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St.", London,  with whom money may he deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased,       ji  Drafts and Letters of Credit _���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  wliich will bo accounted for* ac any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts ln tho  Yukon ank not* thern districts.  A- R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Brar.uh  Traill for the East and Portland  departs 7:15 p.m. daily. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:4.">  a.m. daily. Through service. No  delays or fay overs anywhere,  Get through tickets and further information of O. R. to N. city ticket  oflice, No. 430. Riverside avenue,  corner Stevens St.,  Spokane. Wash.  ' 'J. Campbell,  General Agent, Spokane.  W. n. Hurlburt, G. P. A.. Portland.  Run daily  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and diniug  cars on all trains.  Tickets    issued    through   and  baggage checked to destination. .  Spokane Falls and JloptUepn  .Nelson and Ft. Sfjeppapd  ���������I  Red Mountain R,y8. *  Eastbouud-DXiLV TrjVin-Westbound  7:40 a.m. lve--Revelstoke--lve 5:20 p.m.  Connection with Kootenay  points, S a.m. leave Revelstoke,'  arrive 4:30 p.m.  For information, time cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  .  W. F. Anderson, gravelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. .7. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  The only all rail rout** without chleft- o  cars between Spokane. .ScrtfcpoTt, Rossland  and NeleoD; also between Rossland and  Nelson.  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  __AVE.? , ;:     NOR1HPORT arrive;.  For Spokane��������� : From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m.  l_������p.m.  For Iloialand��������� y . From Rowland���������  1:10 p.m......'............... .....1:10 rum.  For Nelson��������� From Neleon���������  1:10 p. iu....... ..-.12:58 p.m.  Close connections atX*cl?on With steamer  (or Kaslo and all Kootemy I.ake points.  Passengers (or Kettle River _sd Boundary  Creek connect at Marcn3 with stage dailv.  KaslQ&SlocanBy  TIME C/\RD  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOING WKST  8:00am Leave  8__am  3-36 am       '  v:51 am      "  10.03 a m  10:18 am  10.33 am  imily ooino S-jsr  -Kaalo.... ..Arrive3^0pm  -South Fork...  ....Sproule's   ...Whitewater...'  ���������Bear Lake...  ...McGuiRan....  Cody Junction  10__ am Arrive.... Sandon .... Leave ltOpm  I CODV U-E  Lcava 11*0 a m..."Sandon.... Arrive 11:45 s n_  Arrive 1I_S0am ....Cody......Leave 1123am  3:15 p m  2:15 pm  -.OOpm  1:18 p ro  1.33 pm  1:12 pm  BOBKRT. IRVING'  G.F.B--P.A.  GEO.F.COPKLANI>  Superlntea ant New Goods  Jusl Arrived^  DANGER INDOORS ON A SHIP.  Hammocks  Musical  Instruments  Footballs  Tennis  Racquets  Baseball Goods  Croquet Sets  Chinese  Lanterns  Purses  Pipes  Flags  Children's  Wagons  Wall Paper,  Etc.. Etc.  Panada Drug &  Book Co., I_td.;  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AMD  GENERAL   NEWS  From Thursday's Daily iiekai.d.  ���������Call on Pete after 0-.0 p. in. for a  nice sandwich. Iin  Bert Crick, formerly of the Calgary  Herald, arrived bust, nighl to lake a  position on the IIkhald stall'.  Roht. Gordon has the contract for  the plumbing at the Court House and  expects to finish thin week.  J. Bid well Mills, manager of llu*.  Merchant**' Protective Association, of  Hamilton, Out., is in lown today.  Ham Donnelly and a party of six  men left lhis morning for theBig Bend  to fix the Big Bend trail above Downie  Creek.  Messrs. Cunningham- . and Evans  leave tomorrow .morning to ciitn-  lneiice work on the Barefoot, ;i gold  . proposition on Laforme Clock owned  by XV. M. Brown, \Y. B. Pool, and T.  Graham. -  The water is heing laid on inlo  Sawyer to Manning's sash and door  ' factory* today. They expect to get  -team up before the end of the week  and to have the machinery running  next week'. .'  Dan McRhp ha-* taken a gang of  men up tn the Laforme Greek I" lirsiin  construction on a  trail  from  the   Big  - Bend trail lo the Noble Three group of  claims, six miles no l-.afi.rnie Creek.  The owner of t he Noble Three intends  . as _onu as the trail is completed to put  on a prang of men to do development  work on,this valuable properly.  Ed. Adair intends as soon as the  trail up Laforme Creek is completed  to'ship in supplies and proceed wilh  development .work on his coinp-r.y'-  propcity up that creek. Development  " work on these properties will be  watched with interest and there is no  fear but that it vvill prove as valuable  as the surface showing indicates.  On and after Liuiioirnw ihe whole  mail for lhis* place will be handed inlo  the ReveNtoke station pos-tnllice and  sorted there, after whicli proi-i-*.-* lhe  letters and other mail matter for the  Revelstoke po_t-ffice will bp forwarded  to itsiiltiinatedestinotioti. Thi*-change  has been made in order to obviate lhe  _inconvenience,  which  ha- loi!������?__! __ii_  felt by resident-*- at the fast r-nd of the  town ou account of their ui.iil uiatter.  addressed Revel-toke.iia .1 good deal of  it naturally would be. guimi lo the  Revelstoke" and not the I_evel.������toke  station posto'Hice. At the same time  th'e people, who get. their mail at lhe  Revel-toke oflli-i*. are naturally anx-  ' ions to hear how long the new airanire-  inent is going to keep thc-iii vvaitincr  for it. '.  J-.-om Friday's Daily JIjimi-d.  Price Elli=oi! gut the snvw'iini'iit  noiiiination iu the Vcinim convention.  J. Kernashan is fciicinc in hi** Imitd-  -soine property on the coiiu-r of Kootenay and Thiid street.  J. Keriiachan li.i' loii-trialed a  lumber shed on hi- pioperty and h:i.  ieci'ived four cai load- _f building material this weifk which he i- in>v.-  having stored away.  Messrs*. Taylor. Downs nnd I'hiiii. v'-  ht-ick vanl acro-s the river have now  "."���������.000Inick ready for the kiln. Ili.-y  vvill cnmineiice vv heeling on the Mi-t  fine day.  Hon. Robert Bi.iv.n hue nniiniinii-l  that he intends to i un in   Victoii.i  fur  the Lei_;isl.it:ii-e   a-   an   Independent.  Kven he has  beoomc  nau-citi.-d with  , 111** tactics of the Oppo-ition.  The price of silver hoveis around  the 38 cent point pietty well these  days. Lead. too. i.s steadily rising in  p>-vce. Prospei iiy in the I..-itde.-tii and  Slocan must follow.  Word from p_.di'iio,iitnn says; "J. T.  White ha- ju-t ai rived from JVare  River Landing, bringiiicr splendid  samples of gold, both line and co.ir-e.  found on Peace River. He has- thiee  large pieces of gold .uiuds-im. wa-hed  from bars near the cio.-.-ing by a  champion Klondyker. The piece-are  worth at least S'20. and wa-hed out in  four day.-' working, only si\- hours a  day, anil using nothing but a -hovel  for a washing pan.''  The committee that has the work in  hand to arrange the programme for  the celebration in Revelstoke on Dominion Day .should make their announcement as early a- no-sible.  There are people east, vve.-t, noil h and  south who would he glad to vi-.it Revelstoke and would make ���������ii-i-.-ingf-iuent-  .accordingly if the word could leaih  them as to the chant es of a good day's  sport and enjoyment. Let lhe ciuii-  niilti**- make if a p'.inl to have ihe  day"-" piogr.imtix- known in all diicc-  tiuiis as ioon as it is possible.  Glr.ai:* sill-,* nnd I'_it-'.1<*.*!i1p  ..-.lllclicnds _.oi  Worth a* ..tiu-Ii :ih Tliey Seem.  On all first clus. passengei' ..toiiin.sliips  nnd on all largu warships a grout pcr-  centngc of lho total cost i- spent directly and indirectly on bulkheads or on  what these bulkheads necessitate. No  passenger v-iulil willingly make a voy-  ugo in a Iii $ which vvas not known to  havo a cellular structure and uo government would think of building a bnt-  tlcship or cruiser without bulkheads.  Vet it is a fact well known, at least to  nil seafaring men and .shipbuilder.*, that  theso bnlkli(ii'.ds, htrnng and perfect in  themselves, aro precisely a.s safe and  ofliciont as tho dcor.-i iu tlicm cud not a  whit moro so.  Tho doors as nt proscut constructed  nnd operated aro notoriously bad and  dangerous. They havo boon tho direct  and known can.o iu tho loss of ninny  lives and ninny good (-hips and aro  doubtless chargeable with many more  ships on the list of "missing and unaccounted for." It is astonishing to tho  expert to seo tho general publio and  oven son-tiring men so ready to accept  tho provniliug superstition about the  sufoty of bulkheads. Tho best possible  bulkheads without equally good doors,  operated on a safe system* aro about as  good as a chain with a link mi-sing.  The history of marine disaster has  taught ua this if it has taught us anything, and yet we go ou crossing tho  Atlantic in liners of much vaunted safety and bragging about invulnerablo battleships, apparently vvith implicit confidence in this bulkhead fetich.  Thero should bo __ few doors as possible, and some vory ablo experts contend that there should bo none. Oi_*the  other hand, most captains and chief engineers say thoy must havo doors. Manifestly tho only way out of tho difficulty  is to get safo doors, safely operated.  The number of watertight doors nnd  hatches on a lirst class battleship is over  350, and thero nro nearly SOO vulvas and  gatos connected with vcntilating.'drain-  ing and flooding tho hull and involving  tho safoty of tho ship. It will therefore bo seen that tho systematic control-  and operation of theso devices is a matter of no mean importance.  It takes about 110 men to look after  thceo details alone in lcspouso to a collision alarm under tho prosont'eondi-  tious, and it is a matter of vory grave  doubt on tho part of thos3 best informed  ns to whether the supreme efforts of  theso 110 men can attend to .doors,  hatchos .iind valves 'quickly enough to  <~avo tho" ship.���������Cassior's Magazine.  Stur.U-rt the Old Man.  Tho acoustics of Statuary fall in tho  capitol at Washington aro a matter of  wonder to tourists, and many aro tho  tricks played upon them. An oxchnnge  tells of a ytinlh employed in ouo of- tho  departments who was visited by his  father recently and took tho old gontlo-  man to Statuary hall. Thero is" a block  about tho center of tho circular hall  whero, if ouo stands nnd _;*.cos ��������� tho  north, a sound uttered from tho doorway, 40 feot in tho rer.*;, seems to be  immediately in front of this block. Tho  youth ruannsed to get his father on the  block nnd, atlracting his attention toward a statuo in tront, -slipped to tho  rear and said: "What time hnvo you?  My watch has stopped." Tho father  drew one his watch .and was half  through giving him the timo when ho  looked around and saw that ho vvas  standing alone and that tho son was  nowhero to be seen. He wns bewildered  and looked liko tho man from beneath  whoso coat collar tho mapicinn has just  extracted a ' live goose. Presently the  son stepped forth from the pillar where  he had been in hiding, but ic required  many explanations to restore the old  gentleman's serenity.  BIRTHS  Pil'I'Y���������At Calgary, on  the 3rd inst.,  the wife ol T. A. Pippy. of a son.  Situation Wanted.  Situation u tuned _-. u book keeper, or -iiles-  l'liin in ii -tore,   -peak- both French nml I'll);  lish.   Applv tu the Ili-.tiAi.i), djlu  Liquor   License   Notice.  Noii.-e Is hereby niv-en Unit we, the under*  -liiiiui!. Intend t.i apply Si davs nficr dale, to  ll.e MipeiKlini'v .MiiEiMriitu of North lllilinc Ol  We-t I'lintetiiiy f.n- license m sell lii|imr at the  I'ucen'* iuiiol.'-Jiiiinipli:.'. 11. (1.  Ct'.-_ IXIUIAM  r_  lll_lV_-.IV.  (-(iiuiipll.., MnyUI-t, i:__.  Liquor License  Till:" notice Hull I, the iinde_.ii.ncd, Inlend  In iipplv, (.li days irnin iliiu*, io. the Stipendiary  ..-���������.'iili-ilv for llie N'nrili .-idiiif,' ol Hie J.lecl-  i.riil lij-tnet nf I.notcimy for n licou-c to .*eil  li.|itn-liy I'i'tiiil ii*. my holel nt llie mouth ol  Clime* t'lveli.  Inili'il lhis lstdnvof Mnv, ISM*.  Illivllu- il. M.   lllVHAXN.l.V.  GROGAN   &   CO,  General Agents.  (''ncco���������ors'to J. 11. Sil.l-ild.)  Insurance. Real Estate, Mining, Loans.  Oillcc:   Fir. t Street, next  to XV. li. Pease .- Co  L'otle Moi'eintf mnl Xeil.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood   Dealer  and  Drayman.  H  Draying1 nnd delivery work a speeinlty.  Teams always on hand ut shortest notice.  Contracts for jobbing taken.  Agent for Uie Standard Oil Company.  J.   R.    HULL   &    CO.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  ���������n Be_f, Pork, Etc  Kamloops and Revelstoke.  All order*, in our line promptly tilled.  c  JUST   ARRIVED  Two iiuxi~i~_.ii pcits or ct.otiii~s  now on -:i!o nt Wil-on's Tailor! u;; and  ('lotlimi: House. .These ixoods uro cut in  the lnte-t style atid uro nice, fre-li sioek  ���������oiii'ible for the reason'*- trade, und Ijeinj,'  tailor-ue nre iilile to -elect the hest wearing;  iniitcrinl for the money. Jly putting a luilor's  stilch in the buttons, vrc���������init out the  wrinkle . and miikiii- any alteration- tlmt  mnv be nece���������nrv, our Keaily-.viades arc len-  der'cd equiil to en-tern ordered clothes.  Pants, _pi.50 and up.  Suits,    $6 OO   '  ���������  For the benefit of the new eomor.s n������- \\ell ������������������������  the old thnen.v.e v. (Mild miv ih-ttw- aio nhvuys  bii'-v in our tailoriiiLj department, and al\.'_i>������-  re.idy to take moie oniur~> and veleome any  one to exatmne our v.oolenfa. Our _.Loek i-. up  to duto and our workmen first ela^-s. Pee u-.  lor any kind of a suit aud ue \vill plaa-o >on.  Suits to Crcl<-r. SlS nnd t.p.  Pants to Orclpr, 55 and up.  Itr.vKi-iTOKE Station, Jl. U.  FIRE BRIGADE No 1  NOTICK.  Xotice is boreby __m.ii   that   Mondny and  Tlnir-- iay ni_r__ts will ao reirular prartite for  No. 1 Kire Ilri^adn. until furiher uotiee.  dj? W. fi. TAXTOX, Hon. SriTrtary.  Tour Grocery  Ac  vJOUiib  IK  NOTTI1.VG  TO  KHAR  II-"  -. yoi- ok.vi. with  Tlio n...*.-'*. 'Irlck.  Ono of tho most sui'ccs.-ful  liiodisto.* :r>  town owes her prosperity very largely to a  scheme so simple ic is stnuigo that no one  had ever thought ot it before.    It is no loi  lows: Tho drei-*iiia!:er's  establisliuior.5  i_  in ii double house���������time Is to say, one with  rooms' on either __ido of  Its hallway in the  middle.    Ono side ia dedicated to onu sort  of customers, tlio fat; the other lo another  sort, tho lean.    No "plump" woman vva<-  ever  known   to  p.*i's_i   beyond   the portals  lending to tho snlu not  intended  for  her,  nml no "sylph" ha*, eier yer, been periiut-  ! ted tu nci]u:iint herself with the mysteriui  ' oi the ai..i:t!iiuutj boils'(.rati.il  to   .h,j-.o u_  t ndlpoau tfj-iirc.    Of cuiirso, it Is  tho inlr-  i rors.    Kvcry dres-iina'-cr has them of the  I two sort.*, hut not every  dri:>..:ji,-il;rr  has  1  been -hrevvd enuii,:h   to  keep   tho  two so  ' di itii'ct and -.'jitir.ito.  '1 hy li.t, cti-stoiiief ._t thin i.ni'tlcuhir es-  tnlili-hiiient kH- liir-clf ijii all -ddes in  gla.*-i-s thiir it'.-il.t'l.d-lool: liko ih������j jylph  ; she l.-n't! whilo the llvli.fi i-'a-lutou her.-elf  ', would ['ic-i.-r.t r'jiinihil eontmir.-. if roll.ct-  , ed by llio liingic mirrcrs biiln^ thn walla  j of the thin rooms. "Ihiek" and "thin"  1= tl.n way thu lwo s.jts of apartments are  ��������� devignntcd by the cmplojees of the c.tab-  ; li-hiiit-ii_. The auda-iici.' room into which  [ n hri.nd new patron i- ushered for, thu first  i timo 1:. without; mirrors of any kind, nud  ( the- Ilr.-t rhmi; tiiiit; Klito fay., to Celeste,  i when sho .-ir.noiinci . lhe new arrivnl,  j is, "fc'hnre, an 13 she thick or thin?"���������New  j   i'orK sun.  "Hxrre rrisb i \;~8t~Coi  liny. Flour.  F** t\ *i:ul  (lri-r-cry llcrclian:-.  Front St., Revelstoke  Gents' Fiinii-liings  Boots and Shoes  ProspcctoKS" Supplies  Camping Outfits  Summer Un il .nvoiir  Jlnts and Caps  Shirts, every description  Groceries", all i'rcsli  Flour  Teas nnd Coilees  liutter and .l-g.srs  Canned Goods  Vegetables  All these and more, a fine  sleek at very close prices.  Mis Bros. ���������������  ... ^t.  Kevelstoke.  Free Solicitation iur.1 Delivery.  ti  a  ������3  21  ^tt_J''.-l  Agent I'or* the  raiicl.ciisc! error  Typewriter*  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots, Shoes,  Gents' Furnishings. Stationery, Patent Medicines,  Tobaccos and Cigars, Toilet and Fancy Articles,  Fruits, Etc.  P0Sf  ���������Lvri i^_d.   ���������& $ ���������/Tii__-9  KeveisioKe, b t.  HS3"  W_  ilu^Tl.^u^W^  il    LLa__r^-^J _!_____  <0    ������*tfh.  "0_*  4'Sa  sasS  Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade'in  lib. Jars and 4.1b. and  7 lb. Tins.  Crosse & Blackwell's Jam.      Maconochie's Pickles. '-.  Tetley's and Other Choice Teas.  A Well Selected Stock of Dried Fruits and. Canned Goods.  Mother's Mush, an Excellent  Preparation  for Porridge,  Er penally Adapted for Kot Weather.  A i Large and Small Cheese. Freshly Made Butter.  New Laid Eggs. Hay, Oats, Bran, Chop, &c.  M  sr  John E. Wood  i  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers,  Calgary, Alta..  Agent*, for the Queen I'ire  Insniiiiicc Co., of  America.  I'.cprcseiitcd by XV. Morris, l"e\el-toko.       Gulf  Sr   Pi  have heci:ivi:������ suveuaij  CAKLOAllS-Ol"  e  WJi JlS-- kJJj  , Flour and Feed,'  -Iml mc iii a nosition   to ijuoie  PRICES   that arc  bound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors!   Miners I  Architect  and  Builder  Estimates, plans nnd speciliciilions  furnished on .-ipplicilimi. .Shop and  repair work proinplly attended to.  AV ond carving ji specially. Work ahnp.  Front Streel.  HILLIER,  _Du.__.iuer and,  Contractor  Oflice    in   Tuppinir's    'liioatie,  grounil lloor.  Estimates fnrn'.-lied on all kinds  ol'building..  Address : ThoG. Hillier, Revelstoke.  "aptE " "    '  J. KERNAGHAN,  Carpenter-  Builder  and  Orprn; and \Voukmioi':  Oppositk coujtT liofsi;, i:i_vi:i.sToi:n.  J-.iins. ���������.pooif. eft linns and oslinmrcs tfivon oji  nj-plicfliioii. The hir^ct '-lock of iJonr^, siish,  bmckct������, tnri.iiij;*-, mmiklirip-. base cusmjis  Uiln-(lrnj<l Honrin^, ctjiliiiu', jukI *U iiihidu  ilnihh is now in stuck nnil will bu  cffcroil nt -prices never be lore riuoiutl on  tin-- side of Vancouver. Anv one reiitiirnii: nny  of Lhe almvo :i\titcrial will be ednsiiuin^ lh������-ir  *i-.\ti intcie:-t.*> by yottinjy my piieos hoioru  ordering el~-ev. liurc. JTap-wti  What do you    ^  want in Slioes ���������  If yon v.i.nt ft. good Minor's Shoo, come to  D. Jenkins.  Jf >on uuiit a^ood Prospector's Shoo, eoinc  to J>. .lenlcin*-.  If vou \wint a fine or stroiic. Cork-Soled Shoe,  coini' to ]). Jtnl.in*-.        j  If aoii wtuxt a J_onj: Lug l?o.������L, come to I), .len-  I: in*--  Phoes a nd llarnc-s repnirod on the "-liortesj  iH'iicc. SH hne.s of work kept in block at  purcs to bint ull.  D. Jenkins,  Fir*l Street, One I'.lork from Imperial Haul:  of Cuniul.1, .  Revelstoko Station  I  Ji   o o ���������  NOTICE  f-O'irf1- nf A ****-.'(" Mild }��������� iy,   I'Y,If, ���������i.il<\   ('(   i f < T  Hnd li-riiU'T /md ^itntTKl '" 'ii   Iii-ii'. i-ry, wHl  th' hfii-|-"i n* ib'-* p!*i',e'* uimI '>u  t.i*   tlntt* Tnl*  IowInsrt .!/ :  <���������_*->��������� '.f^Ni'i-ton. on M--,uiny, ili������* J'tu ������I~iy of  JlIlK', IV.-.  Ti>v n <������f ronjiM. nn  M*-.ndi_-. thr LT... ������)n;. nf  Hv r-fic.n.miO  .������AMh> JtAKTII,  l-rovmci il ^ffft'tflry  pfovinriiil -^of r* t-ir,.-_ (.Aire. *  Mil .Mnr''!i, i*������������������������'. 13rny  f'o'iie and *���������(-& what we've pot in your  Jine. Wi- ui^ke il specially of this trnde,  ������:k! can jil ;.uu ont (iniekly and at right  G.  B. HUME & GO.  mm  ������-������; 4.-Sr_������ii.-_>  NOTICE  & ~5      -"a      cr*. . ~~~~_i ~>w a v-% 9  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East. Revelstoke Station  "���������rn.nlni:. I'ur.-r iIji:ii������1-i__:. Hani IVoorl l-'ini"*Is-  iriit, J1.JI-- - PuKit-.',-: In ill   I'.nincl,.-,  '--irr.rt^e I'ftlnl:.-!^, ('.'li-xlng, -V(.  A  Few T*._IInflror_*_ ..  The palintlromi .t sends us thefollovvlni|{  list of vvordi, oliiijj'd from somo pnper,  wliich may lio spelled forward or backward: "Ar.nn, hnh, hih, hob. hub, civic,  dad, dciii, (Ii'ified. did, occe, eve, owo, nye,  gofj, g)g.xan, level,iii.'idmn, noon,otto, pup,  jiccp, pip, jiop, pup. redder, refer, rcpaiior,  reviver, rol.-itor, -cc., fo._e������, sli.ili.-, tat, tit,  toot." This lend*, iii to ink, "Whnt. is tho  matter vvith II.'iiiii'iIi'" "Ior nnino is .-1I--0  pnllnilroinlcnl. Or. ".Iosoiii';,f:iiriil.vii,in:o  is equally capable of Loins spelled !,;:(!c-  ynrd. J'ut can wo not add to tlionhnvo  lint:-1 Adam'H alleged remark l/i V.\t;  "Madorn, I'm Ad.uu," and Xiipolcun's  "Ahle was I oro I Favv J-~lh.i," should bo  barred on account ot ago.���������Hoi-ton Journal.    Then IIo Slglicd Again.  Softlelf-h (sighing)���������Ah,.would I wero  your muir, that I might hold both your  fairyliko hand .!  __i<*_ fij-ett���������Oh, vvonldn't that ho j'-.it.  too lovely for any thing! And I'-.o olv.-a.v--  v.antod a monkey uinfl bo much 1���������Chi-  casd HeviB.  Xotire i'   lior.b- ftiven that asittiiijr a' :hn '.  County  ('oi.rt  of   Koofnay ii-.1I   I,"   ln'Id a: I  Fortune  Seekers.  Kevelstoke on 1-t Jnnc. W,tsf nt Pr oV-IOck  1:1  tlie for**no'������n.  V.y nrrier.  juiix Ti. .srr.r. \lh '  1 r.rtri^-Mr of the t'ourtty ���������"our: f-f K^o'erriu j  ! l>7rrivdJt HoUlon nt Cr-.ci-tok" I  i The Daily Herald  i    I'nbli .Iici   c\ery riffcrnnon from   (lie office of  pt-.lilir-iiti.>ii. Front -tree;, llevel-t"k. , lt.(;.  A.Joii.s-iOV        Proprietor  SCIsSCftllTIfiX J'ltirK  I'.y the iiinnth, (!��������� In.-rcil    Iii ll.e venr, ri. 1i\������t.-<I   I:~ tor. luilf vciir. ileli-...rcil   I'.y the vv(c_. (It Inert d   fi:vii-\vi.i:ki.y iii:i:.\i.p  r.v llu- vnr, .Irllvri'il      by Ihe half > _ur, delivered   ������1 ()(>  Ill !������1  JJ (-0  i z;  Tf yot: It; your ".,r : prosper**lnif in  :i,c f.n-I. mi .rj;-;.-Jr-t, don't jia*._  .. vf fif.,i,*i'- ?(���������.ra! store nt ''  TJT.-r.-..-}'- r-io'!,' .'.', -j,.'.cri you ran  fi-*. ih' f-'.'-ij,. -I mrl Ijj--*.������ Tnin"rn'  <.']]; ,- ."r _(i the >l -'riel.  i,    M.   CITRON,  lmj-'.:f Tno-.iJosN !jam>i"'i.  Tlie Upholsterers  are on Strike  in "ri-ni.to, nnd ffni** our new  npiioji-ri-ii-d jjoo't'-' have been  delK"i-d ior fome uet-k-, but  v.i'hii.etn ������toek '���������onu- special  ij        -.lliu-. iti ji<-r^i'-iKUM) i*r'c-  Nl'M UK. A* wo ������������������"ibl |,nf������ro.  o Mier-- i*t ti������i iiimiey **aved in  ^'MidiriK east or vve1*! :io__ for  furn.tMre, n<������ our prices --->��������� tbe  P'Ui-s- ner ktiOM-n in Kevol-  Htoki-. Call and Inspect our  pood-������. i.  k. howson & CO-  lly the c.'irloml���������tlie best I like of the  Wood-,.  Bread... v  The lie-t on the iniu'lcet, oithet- v. Idle  or ljrn-,_ n.  Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries  lie-: Millies in lie-.el-lol.'e.  -A.   N,  SMITH  ������ v-!V~r^-'~'^J"~"S~~-^~'I-t_^^ J~-~S<~~;fM.(~5  YouCan Save Money  1  i  M  7>TZ!  Ac  ii.*'  a  _?j;J  stS_,i������_2S&g25s  *'KAfl  i.  By buying MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING  ������{2  ,   at Bourne Bros, tliis woel;. Whi  m  ~y\yi~ have jn-t npencil up live new eases of new Sprinir Suit" that fit   "si?  '   like a t'love and arc mado from the nio-,1 lianiNotnc niulorns that   ^5  could he procured In En-lorn markets. The followiiia i-, a list of our in-ieeslor this   t&)  week:      ' ' (ftj?  ror ~T.,"ill you can buy aSnit ninde of good Tweed and nice littiny. , i&i  For .f*S..-~o we show a Cheviot .nit won li ~1!!. . SjiJ'  l-'oi' , Ul..~0 we -how a ran-je of Suits lhat will -nrpi ise you, worth Sin and .?M. , ������JKK  'Tor f l_i.,"jO and ?15 we show yon line Woi .led Iriih Serges and "Scotch Tweed Suits, ' iWJ  lit and liui.li eiitial lo iiulor-iuiKleSuits ia?2l) loWi. . 7(5  .SPRING  HATS '' .        " ,     -^  We aro .-howinp this vioek lho contents of seven eases or Men's Felt Hals, com- .SSj  liristntr the best 1-lnj.lisli and American styles in Stilts, Soft l-'oll.-, redni'ius, etc.   '       . *--������?  - - . , &_ ~<  We also show an entirely new and complete range of "Ion's and JJovs' Caps.     .       Tpp  JUST  PLACED  INTO  STOCK-   . -^  The largest assortment of Men's Soft Neglige Shirts and Summer Underwear ever 7$k  gi-j. seen in I'.uvulstoke���������light and dark colors.                           -       *>          _             - tjj<&  A*J-'   Shirts varying from SOc. to ������1 JO; Underv,ear, li'ie. to ~2.,">0.    ^     n t<fgl  \($                                  TALKING  ABOUT SHOES        '                    - 5-$  .^S)      Vou shonbl KCt posted on the laie^L styles and prices by an orensfoiiAl \\*\l to jpjfi  J^)   our. ^turo.    M'his month, as our ne\v"_soason'.> fchoes are eoniinij to hand daily, we ������fc\  k������\   are iiow.showmg .some artistic dctii^ns in button/lnced or Oxfords.   Come and see. ������&&  & ���������   ':'   '���������'���������         ,-.--.-,J- BOTTK-^STE' BI2/OS. ^  I  WW  mers.  f,r  Allaiiiinutn camping oiiilUsconsisting ol'fi ciunp  kettles, 3 L'vy piuifci, 3 pliifcajuul o'cups, nil packed in one keillo,- weight -.j-Mbs.    btoel, pitiks,  = iiiiigiiet-~, compus-ios mnl glasses.    Everything in  the hardw-u-o line. , .        '  , ,   . '-   ���������   -.VV. M. -LAWRENCE,  Hardware, ���������Titismithing', Furnace, and  REVELSTOKE STATION, B.  Roofing".  C.  This Space is reserved fcr -*-*-���������__a___:sa1_-  "-TAMSS-^Girilj. &  GO.  Who v/ill  soon  be "opening up  in the   DRY  GOODS 'and  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  CHAS. J.  AMAN  Kootenay Ajjcnt  )T  Quake]  Folding'  Hot-Air and Hct-Vapor  Ba.th Cabinet  Hudson s  Company  <^_^~ Kam loops  D~alers in Dry Goods, Groceries  and Liquors  cun fMiiiish all iieci's.siiry ont-  fil.-.ind -,ii|ijilic-i Icriniiu'ih and  I'lii-pccldi*! Kdiii^c ovetland to  the fi.il.llii'lil.-*  Via the Cariboo Road,  .���������ind :iir.ingi* fin' supplies at  H.vzli-ton- and Olenoha.  Write for particular..  -apt  G.   PETRETTO_______������_������_!__-_!_  The Roman  Shoe Maker  lll_jV~l,I"lt IN HOOTS AMD SIIOKS   Mackenzie Avenue,  Two I-oors south Molsons Bank  Iliirne5- Uepiiiring done.  Moderate Prices.   Work guaranteed.  I'KOVINCIAIj SECKUTAIIY'S OFFICE  o  -Sth May, 189S.  His Honour the T.ietiteniint-Oovernor has  been pl������n--ed lo appoint the undermentioned  ]icr-o!is to Le Collector, of Votes, niider the  provisions of section in of the "Itedistribution  Act, is'js, nanicly:  John Ii. Sibbald, of Itevelstoke,, for the  l~cv"]-toko Killing, West Kootenny Electoral  District.  Alexander Lucas, of Kaslo, for the Slocan  Hiding, V,\-_l Kootenay I'lcclonil District.  Koilerick K. Tolmic, of Nelson, for the Xelson  Hiding, Wc-t Kootenay Electoral District.  .lolin KlrUnp, of Ho.Hliin ., for the Ko���������Iand  Hiding, We-t Koolenay Illeeloral District.  Anil Ills Honour the Lieutenant-Governor  has been plea-cd to appoint the undermentioned person to be a Distributing Collector,  under the provisions of section 17 of the said  .Vet, naircly:  In the former Electoral Di-tri.t of West  Kootenay, e.eorgc A. Mc"*iiriniiil, of Ncl.-ou.  The Revelstoke Photo Co,  d tf  Revelstoke,    -      -   -   B.C.  Sirmo:  Douglas S12EET.  THE    MOLSONS    BANK  Incorporated by Act of 1-rHiimcnt, ISM.  Paid Up Capital v,   .       .       S2,ooo,_ciO'  Rest Fund .     ".       .    ' .       $1,500,000-  "'      '  Head Ollice: Montreal.  *      110AU!)   OF   nillKt-'-OKS.  XV. Moi.son MACi'iinusoN rrcslilcnt -  H. II. I_wi._(t Vlce-l'resldeiit  XV. M. Kanisiiv, Henry jVri'lillmld, Siiinuel Findley, -I. I'. Clegliorn, II. -Markland Molson.  F. Woj.-KKstan Thomas, General MHunger  A. 1). iicnNiimii Inspector  II. I.ockwooii, Assistant Inspector  j\ general bunking bu������Inc-s trniisiictcd.  1 merest iilloued on deposits at current rates.  Kngll-h ami jMuerieau excliuiige Ixiuglit and  sold nt Ion est rates.  UKANCIIKS.        , '      a  Av-lmcr, Ont. ItidRcton. Ont.  llrockvllle. Out. Smith's Fulls, Ont.  Calgary, Alta. Korel. P. Q.  Clinton, Out. St. Branch.  Hxetcr, Out. St. Catherines, Out.  Hamilton, Ont. St. Thomas, Ont.  London, Ont.        . Toronto, Ont.  Meaford, Out. Toronto Junction, Ont.  Montreal, I\ Q. Trenton, Ont.  Morrislinrg. Out. _ Vniienuver, U. C.  Norwich, Out. Victoria, II. C.  Ottiivm, Out. Waterloo, Out.  Owen Sound, Ont. Woodstock, Ont.  Kevclsloke, 11. C, Winnipeg, Man.  Itevelstoke Branch : J. D. Molson, Manager.  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave. '  13 6>   IF YOU WANT   PURE COW'S MILK  Guaranteed Unadulterated,  Go to the Europe Dairy  MR3. P. JULIAN  1 .

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