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 Vd-xTlr-r^e  U-r-^-H  /  $  &  ,i*kr-j~jx<% -__������  ,   <5____^  wAi^  &  &  %  J  ______ j________^  J.  -J.SSTJ3UX)   rJ_,"W"IGS-^--^VE3I3K: ��������� W^EIDII-TIESID.A.YS    -A-US-HD    S-^TTTIRC.A.'S. S-  Vol.  II.    No.  REVELSTOKE, 3. C,   WEDNESDAY, JULY  6, 1893.  $2-00 a  Year in Advance.  880  Advertisements  Remind you of un empty  wagon goirp down hill, llie  lighter lhe load the greater  the noise. We aie not  snvirter lliiui other people,  our money wont buy goods  cheaper than other people's  monev, people don't buy our  goods liecause Ave claim they  aro Avortli double ivhal avc  ask lor them, they buy them  on their merits and thej'  know AA~hat ihey see in our  nance  in thisstoio just as surely  as night IoIIoavs dty. No  haphazard advertising, but  store neAVSjfaith'ul'y rarr ou  out-       Our   ads   faith, .all.)  ���������'���������'mirror    our     mercnandiss  AVhat Ave say is so, and ihe  people   believe   in   us. _, -A  "sto-e and ] ublicpullihjr.tliiis  . tosjclher are bound to be ol  mutual bone.it to each other  Eveiy depaitmcnt io lillod  with-excellent a* ilues. Will  you come ni.d invest1 gate.  ._____.'V  B. Hume  uavi: i"~:_i~ivi~!~ **r.vi:nAij  CAiti 0Ai--~pr  Staple Groceries,  Flour and'Feed,  Ami are in u position to quote  SHATTER  _>^,'*_r\  fcB  HULK!  All  l hat Remains of  Cervera's  Fleet.  THE    BATTLE    OF   SAKTiAGO  PRICES   that are  bound to i  ;e!l.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors!   Miners I  [MTV  Como and sec  -hut wc'.e pot  in vour  i        line    ~\e li'.n'cc .v -', eeiuil\ of thi-, tiaelc,  and eau nl .on out iiuuklj  mid at light  1'l.tCb  _������S~-A fcdi t* for  [louse  Furnishings  A few pairs of those _��������� yard  I laco curtain* lelt at ������1 per pair.  1000   yards   of print.*-, good  [' pattern-, usual   price 10 ccnt-i,  i~oav*>7A cents.  ���������''    Ladies'    print    and  mus'.in  [''blous.es.  jcgular ������1.25 for ������1,  $1.50 ibr ������1.25, $2 for   1.7-3, a  _ few regular pcice 1.75 and 1.50  r_br one^dollar.  i  A full line of ladies'  Avhite-  Aveai ���������  - Five pieces colored cashmere, regular 35c, a\ ill clear  at 26c,  Fi.~e  pieces   colored   dre.~s  goods, 40 in, wide, regular 35c  J and* to  clear at once  25c per  per yard,  All   dress   goods   Avill    be  I-. offered   at  a  liberal  discount  for cash,  -.OUR TOWELL SPECIAL  Ten dozen, all pure   linen,  to clear at f_5c~.  There is a golden "oppor-  \i tunity to secure dry goods and  furnishings at great bargains  I'from  one  of" the   finest   and  largest stocks in llevelstoke  J nit rcccncd t'lrbct iicni Scotland  i\ou i\ ill I'on.e mnl locl_ r.t our.   .  .". -r.i_ussEi.&      -,-        WOOL.     . -MuWtd  .   M'.oitr      Full Particulars of the Great Battle of  Satuiday���������The Glorious News Affords  the Am.iicau Citizens Reason to En-  Ihusiasiicoily Celebrate Their National  Holiday���������The Gallant and Brave De_ds  of the True American Soldiers���������Nothing   Remains  cf  Cervera's  Fleet Eut  Shatteicd and Earning Hulks,  c*  ���������Washington". Julv -I ���������The glon'ons  news tiom (Juli i .ilroi d_ tlie Ainci ie.ui  |ii'ii]ile just loa.on loi ..ii ontliiisi.ii.liL  iclcli: ation nl 1,1 iu ii.itiiin.il liiilid.iv.  Adiim.il Sampson lm*. .ic com pi is heel  tin* v. m I. wlrch he* .\.is cliio-i loci tei  peiloim when ho lett Key AVest loi  the soiithei n co.ist nl Cuba, ilew.is  oiduioil tu In., .md doslioy Ceivei.i's  lli'-l. S_-ver.il weeks ago Oo'iiiiindoio  Ktlilcy li't.iti'd lho Heel in the Ii.iy eii  ti iiit'.-.sjjei. Yi-letd.iy aileriioon .liiei  being bottled i'.)i in llie hiibor ten  wo_ks> the (loot n.is, il-sliuy.'il, Kolli-  ing now iuiii.iin-.nl the Spanish si|ii.ul-  lim lint -li illoreil .md   burning  hulks*.  At Geneial Shalu'i's I [c.iclcpi.i: Lc". s,  Fuel iy, July 1.���������Hy Associated Pr.!.-,  Dc-p iti h Bn.it Cynthia: General  Shutter-..11 my h.iili.itl its fiist baptism  i-.f (lie.*. AA'illi cl"_pcii.ilc~ com ige it hru*  i-oiiqnoioil the Spanish ,\ n; keio bol'nie  Santiago and al this, lin.iv is diiving  i lie e iioiiiy l'llu the si i eels eif t ho city.  Tho victory w.is won ,il lie.ivy cost  in killed .I'ul wu.ind-l. Tt is impossible to oslim.ile the h s. nt. this wiit-  t.g. In somo i asc*. eve i y oHieei in the  c-iimii.iiiy s\ ,v- losl. Tin* Spanish loss  iini**l li.ive'bocn heavy.  Tit.* engagement-opened v. lien lhe  Reel, ly.ug outside tl." enli.ir.. e to llio  h.u bor. began dioppmg 'hell*, into the  ower end ol the Spanish em tli'vcnl...  Th'h firing, which v.-.is entirely Iiy  lie*.il injr, \\n. not effective*. AI J-.2A)  I he I.i nd ciiSii^eini'itt' c^i -,ied w ilhlii-  iii-j tLiuti O.ipnuijj-ii.ilteiy on the riijlit,  upnn_ llie li'iKl-li'i-it-es riticl enli ep'e h-  iiie-.l-.'-J.ofoi e" O.'.l.'ev. rj hi*, ev.i-* fnl-  'nwed e|iiickly liVM.in.lt.liieoie, .ill.iek*.  of Genet tl Ch.if"'e"\u"i! Ciilnuel Ludlow, who oei .ip.Cel -i fl ������ij!*-inp; [I'ibi! mn  io the r.cu th." The Sp.inisli leplicil  ,\ ilh j.. e.il f pn 'I ,'_i.T nei v* when the  Anioi ic.m --he'li-. Iiiiisl dn ei lly en ei  then enli em liini*r.t<*. _"���������. low iiuni'.l es  liiiote S ei'i In: k Cipt.i.n G.inii'**  opaneii wi'b li.s li.itteiy on the heights  lo lhe l ii;!il of llu* in.ii'i ifdoubt  -ilii.ilcd.ii th" ( fill'-i ot lhe biLini*-1!  hue of i"itp"ii i.inoiils d'ie%-tl\ lieioie  lh,' city. The sjpii-.**'i iv-pl}-\v.i*. ".ln-  ii'i'ili.i.c iiimI won'!.-" ii.'ilv cit'i'iii.ite.  Trie seceniil in ihue! ot then sliell*.  Iiii.ke  nici'   ei'ie   of   dpi i'.u   (Jiline**'  '^lll>_,  ivllill-f I .Ml    IIU'll    .1-1(1    VMl.li'.TillJr  1'euii". Ijilli the .cjp.i:iir-!i .mil Aiii'.'i'Ciii  lii'tleiies ii-,.'il -iiii.ipiiel. The 'ie\t  Si'ini-h sl-.i'll hui-������i pi5l Iw.oi-.cl llie  li..!li'i-y .mil liddled .'. S'li;..!' bo'ise, lie  iiii.il wliii 1 l-C"eii. AVc.i v'i'--i������in_;li  iicl._is  onset oF lbe UniU-il Stales I loops .mil  Ihey suinilileil out oi I he ticiKbet..  The nr.mi letlonhl w.ii lhen (.lined  willi ii-ii:-b. Tho two lein'.iiniiM h.it-  toi'ies woi'f the'ii oid.-'Vi'il up -inl with  .i l'ultle nnd lim.sIi Cupl'iin I!ili">" bit  l.u y went Icni-iniinp the ici.nl. iiieuni-  lii'i'Cil .is il w.is with n __.lie.tin ol  wiiiinili'd ftoiiifr lo the lv.ir. The li H-  leiy i;eit in posilinn lo lbe riiclii ol the  ni.iin S(i ini-.li l oiloulit .it II ei'i Ine k .i.i-l  .it "5.0:1 O.iptiiin U.iLe*-, sent the fust  shell, which went wizBintc dn-vn l!i,i  line of out I'ciil-hiiiciits, cnfiltidi.i-c Ihe  eiieiiiv niniilei ouslv. The Aineiii.i.i  .tilv.inci; line rein une.l lieliiml the.il  H'.tdv (icst nl the lulls until Cinliini  R.iles li.ul cliiven "lei'i'dc; inlo the .il  le.ielv lu-.eten .md eii .i iiiiiMgoil eneiny.  At this timo lho Aineilc.iii fleet >\.is  ulso ,it wink. Shoi'lv befoie ! his des-  p.iLch w.is wi ilten, the United St iie_  linii .ifc.un moved lorw.ud .led the  Spanish lie^.m lo ioiio.il. into lhe  town Tho ieliL.ils~i._iii hociinii* ,i unit  .mil .it 5 n't. lot k .m oliii ei jusl I ���������on i I ho  I'i onl says, the enemy .no hopo'esslv  beaten. "0~_Mie-.il Sli.illee .it his lusul  epi.n lers .it the s-eeond ti ossiiisc of lhe  Hio fiii.in.iii.lino hud it c euis-l.ii't i nin-  niunii-.ilion with tho tiout. Th** nin-,1  uitie.il lime wus'.ittor the tienchos  h..d been liiken, when the Ain.-i ii in  iiinniiiniticin l'.in low. Two p.u k ti lins  lei.ieled ���������villi shells weie i?oL to, the  It out by Tjieut. Biooks ..borlU .iltei '���������)  o'clock. The wo.i'idccl .in* all ..linuiic  in. Gene'inl ShuI'lor-esLiin Ue- lli.il  the loss in killed .md wnunde.l is not  ine no thiin 500.  At I o'clock this nfleinoon f'enei.il  .Sh.iflt'i's. 'dem md*'h,id not been eoiri-  lihed with so I'.U" .is thew.u uliui.ils  lir.io weie .ible lo jis,toi tun. Tl> il. the  di'in.ind will be complied wilh. liow-  evei, Geneiiil Rh.ifiei- fully bolieve*.  .iml tb.it the s',-ii-s nnd stiipes will on  this 1th of July be r.usod o\ei the  fcuiiieiT ipit.il nrOiib.i is refi.iidi'd .'a  l*i.ittii.illy ieit.ihi.  First Blood Foi The  Government.  The New V.mcii'i" or Coil eomputiv  c-ouleln't lind .1 vielim willinjc to "eifl'oi"  iiini'-.ell' on lhe iillnr in AA'e.*I Ijillnoel.  Smilli w.is ie! nt neel by uec liini.ilion.  L-'iist. blond lor lln* icovi'inmeiit.  A Successful Artisl.  Hon. G. AV. T'oss. miiiislei' of ed'ica-  lion; Di. J. .). if.iie. in-iiicip.il ol lhe  Out.11 io J-iidiC".' eolleire. unci nil llie  'foiontei, OLl nv.i, .md oilier p.ipois  h.i\o pi oiiomic-eil Iho liifchest enloi;-  iiims ot Miss _Re.it i ix ll.miilton.  "Keeps hei' .iiidieiiee spell bound,"  s.ijs llie Tm onto Wen Id. ".One of our  most veis.tl He .u lists," s lys lho Globe.  "Gi u.it fence .md cb.ini.'itic- powei "���������  S iliud iy Nitcbt. "Oispl.iveel lein.iek  .iblu dr.iui.itii' t.ilont."���������Otilb.i Times.  "Onu ot llio most eb.ii mliic; mnl veif.i-  I lie* ic.ideis w-e hive evei" h"iid."���������  yiultStc. M.uie li -press. ' Aw.iken*,  in bor itnlienie' i ontntcions- mil eii'l,  i _l*e.iled bin sis nf l.itigbtei'."���������Wbitbv  Clirnii'd,*. "li.i*, llio'pciwei' lo move  .in audience lo l.mgliloi" oi te.ns."���������  O-h uv.i Kofiu'iiiei.  Siu-h is lbe ti-lo of .irtisls who will  entiiliiin .1 Revelsloke .nidicnce on  y.iltiid.iy nes-t, July Oih' in T.ipiilnic's  llie.ilie. A I.n !������e lntmber of tickets  .ue* .ilie.nly booked .md .1 bunipof  houso is .isoined.  FAILED TO_EXPLAiN.  Kellie Had a Chance Last Night to  Explain Some of the Pecularities of  His Affection for the Working-men,  lio   Explanation  Was Fcrthcom-  j.U'anesi- ulgs j\NU ~quvi;i:^  A\ooij ".(iiivRr.s  n.ooii uuc.s r  tOCOAXCT   MAI.  A"ou Mill be pleased.   And e'on'l forget that uc  have a  Full Range of Linoleums  Al-0 MC!" CLTcTAI.NS, ART MliSMN'F,  "iowr.i."!iiii(i'iOi\ i:lTjIn-g, hi lac iii d  nul uN-r.LE.\cin:i> T.\ni.E i.im:.v,  i:tc i:tc  Diy Goods  A line e> iortinoiil.  Boots and Shoes  Old  r.ipi.c_t and bc*t nsiortmcnt ill the town  And rci'iei.ibcr to ask to see our lines of  "    Straw and Felt Kats  Wo v.ill sell nt rock bottom xinccs aud will  tr; to plense jou.  Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.C.  Bourne  !TCS., <i  We Garry  Foreign and  Domestic Soaps and  Perfumes.  A full line of Toilet Requisites.  A complete assortment of Stationery.  Drugs     and      Chemicals,     every  preparation   being   fresh   on  chemically pure.  I>.si,cu*,iiie; ii stie-nil fciiture. of cur br.-.inc**-  <-^Chas. E. Reid & Co.  weie w;i_li~~-j ,i foi'v'.nd moveiuc-tit.. It  u..s fioiii these heiuhts  lhat tlv* i-'i^~-  i.sh,  Gei'in.m .md J.ip.'.nese  uiilit.uv  ..It.iebes    v'eweel     the     enccaicoinoiit.  ('.int. Gi inn's' shells, set for a l.mice of  2 SO'J yards, shuhlly nver-hol lhe n..n k.  ft w.it. difiieiiit to _c.iu_cc  the Spanish  (.mn, .is   thev  used sui')kL'le-s pow dei-.  11,d  in  this  the   Ainci ic.in~-  had the  ���������.Vii'-t of it.    About $:'���������'/) ,1 b'.lloon wis  sent up In fi ont of tlie  c.iv.ib y.     This  cliow  the  first   Milley  of .Spanish cn-  tieni-hr.ienls.    Tb������tis;h veil lev followed  volley the d.iiinjc ollitoi" made a li'ion-  n.iiss.inio nnd  prot. down  ssifely i.ftei  havina;  cibiiiined complete dol.iils of  lhe disposition nl the enemy.    The ml*  v.mc-"f the e.ivthv nnd Gen.  Kent's  di\ ision  iiiime.li.ilily be_;.iii nloiifc the  lino of the in 1111 mail to hanti.iicei.     Tt  was ,-ibout two lionis 1.iter  befoie  llio  Ainei ie-.in   advance"  befC-'-n,   bioakiiifc  tbrotiab tbo lo\i'i" in thefiont of the  .Spanish ti one-lies.    It w.i.s  mot  bv  n  nun dot oils   bnil   fiom   .Mauser   iillos  which leinpoi.tiily stayed tbo fr.rw.itd  movement.     The   A merit-ms  Iny  on  I heir hi find .mil  ponied volley after  volley into Iheni nt  .1  lanice  so  c-leiso  that the nppoain_c linos could  see  the  whites of  o icb olhei ���������" eves.    Captain  dimes lhen leopened with hisli.itlei y  and in tl'.e second duel with the Sp.111-  i.iida did 1:111clrbettoi-e-.ec-ntiiin. pl.ml-  iujr shell lifter shell  in  tl'.e ftr-t 1.1:111)  leiloubt nnd silencin������C two ccun*.    Tho  Spmihli frunneii then tin noil their attention to lhe United  Slates  rnfintiy  nnd befc.m dioppinfc sbv'lls into the advance guard.    A   fow   minutes   aftei-  ("l.uI."*-   bi-iaradcs   nnd   tho  light     of  Kent's divis'on made .a gallant  chnr^i*  up the  kiiolt to  the  noith of the extreme  left of the Spanish  lines ami  took possession of Mie  batietid.i iti the  shelter   of    nn   euamce   piovc*.     This  niaiked the bi*c*;inniii_cof 11 magnificent  ih.~i_~e  thinush   the  fint  line."  of  en-  tiene hnients.     The   e-ivaby   division  and General H.-iu kins' briicade ehai-fced  up the slnpe ac ihiat .1 sloi 111 of deetb.  It was in this awful  charge* thnt  the  American** weio so b.ielly ent np  that  ihey .stilted on a elonble quick, but no  lioops could  face  siu-h 11 ton-iflic fire  without   .innihilalioii.     Though    the  Amoi-ic.ins   -stairgoi-ed.    thoy     threw  IhemseKcis on the  tcreunid: again Ihey  stinted: again  they  prostrated  themselves; but on. on. "up. up,  tbey went,  until with .1 cheer th"V <~pi ilia; ovei  the Irene lies dividing tl.e* sides of tliu  bill checkered   witli   their  fallen i-iirn-  i.ides     '1 lieie wa** li.iiiil-lo-h.inel fiubl-  in_r hen*,   in  whiih  an  nflker of  tlie;  2tlh   w.i*=  in u hfted   by    a  Sp.1ni.11d.  WHY, CERTAINLY!  . ���������     i,   *,  What's the Matter With the" Poor  Small?    Is it Going" Dotty?  Tho Small has thrown down tho  gauntlet. This time its foi keeps. The  Huh.'.lu must answer cn; ,dio in ils,  Hacks. ' * -       j-I -  It-thiillengi'.s lhe Herald-* to say  whethei oi- no any eleotoi "appin.ie bed  by Mr. While lo'--i-yn bis noinin,ition  p..pel re) used. The l:__itA.LD win not  p-.i-iL-'nt whon r.ii-.sAA"liito's iimii'ii ition  piper "v.is pi ep.no.l. -but j Ih.nks it  ipiilo likelv th'it some elee loi-'ii'ey  h ive been asked lo siiirn it ,'iid de-  c lined. Theie .11 e plont", of elei ty-. iii-  tlns (own who arc known "tn be  f iveu-.ible to Sir. AA'hite, but w ho jet  do not i nie to lake any .ic li\e p.ut in  Ihiaolcc (inn. The IIku'alu thinks it .ill  tho moiepiobahlo I hut .Mi White may  ha-, o come aeioss ni,e of this'class,  when geltin.', hii pa pus 11..ul.' mil.  sinic'this bend em icon 1 .mlliui'lv  lh it Mi. Ivi'.i'oi.m up .iv; .inst sinne in'  Iheei   when  ccllinir  his    noiii'iialioii  p.lpi 1- blgllUll llillls.'lf.  The set mid point on wbiili the  5"m.i'l is lbistui!> fot1 li.loriiiaUon is  lh'*.. A.iea thi'it* any i'.'*m"s on Mi.  AwiiIl's .njiiiiniiti.i'i p ipei of el"cLnis,  who.il.lhosi.nl ol i he camp ugn were  open siippoi toi * ol Mr Kell-e. Theie  ���������s on*' lhat Iho Hcrvld knows ol. The  j!a'l niaykjjov. of mqi_e. Rj]t Jhi'M"  Te7i"tTiiiTiv"~"is one." li: efyl.oily-kne~\v������  that. Theie. theie. not eveijbody.  Those who lead Ihe M.ui'*. ac-eounl of  theJCellu* convention know it. This,  gentleman is a 1 eniesentalivo ot a  laige class of elec 101s whom lhe  t.iclies of tha opposition hive thoroughly ilisgiiiiod. He sni.l tboio w.i*,  nol���������well, novel- mind what ho said.  If the Sni.vil wunls to know it cm ask  hun.  The Smail had bolter col out a fresh  sei ies of e h illonges. TliusiO ate toe)  dead easy allogethoi-.  No Id'e Dreams  "Depend upon it,'' ������;tid .1 once* prominent  oppositionist,   but  who   bee .line  disgusted with  lbe   urnis   tac-tic--. displayed by Mr. Kellie's hjieiings, '���������lhei.se  .110* no   mere   idle   dreams or   happy  aspiiations:   tho   1 h.mgc   whieli  Jias  come over the sentiini'iil  of thiste'iwn  and liding low,nils I he Tinner' nd ministration is veiy nunked.    Thu Turner  go.eminent has ,1 defined polic-y -ind is  going   to   make ceit.iin  necossai y refill ms: the* (ippnsiticinists   an* fighting  ,itiinngs| themselves;  I hey tlou'l kiifiw-  their leader, they have no polii y. tney  pi midse  nothing e.Neept  fat   iobs fen  llv-ii siippm leis shoulel  (hey win, and  their gteatest howl is -lei us -sit on the  e-.ioh box.'   The one*  who are eiying  Mown   wilh   the   Dimsmuiis' are  lhe  ones who aie putting  upmost id the  reptile fund lor the opposition iind the  one's who   employ double lho  number  or Chinamen  the Diuisiiiuirs do.    The  opposition   would-be   le'.ider   employs  ('hinanien, as   do  many mine ot   the  impatient office seekei..    I think  my-  si'lf. with ;i few useless  metiibeis���������on  eitbei aide���������like J..Al. Kellie���������diseaidoel  from  the Tinner government, il.. will  do  the light  thing  by  Ibis  c-ountiy.  It's not so long .-igo the oppositionists  Slid -nonsense'when  the government  iv.inted   to   build   ;i   i.iilway into thu  Sloe" in, but the government was 1 leturned, as  it   again will be. and  (hey  built .1 railway which  in   four ye.us  has   inc-ieased   the revenue fiom   the  dislrict alnne fiom $30,000 lo ij>130,000  per year.    Isn't this what you  would  call* 111 ogrcssiveness?   Fifty  or nioie  shipping  mines now in  Slocan   wheie  thei e would  have been none.    I don't  in-nno-e letting my vole he cast in lie  half of a  lot of liungiy olllco seekers  anil  biielingi  who aie paid   to mot,  wiiti, h.iv.l iind scie.ini for 11 change.  AAV need   a e li.mge���������of   member and  we'll have il on Sat 111 d iy ne \t.    'Twill  only onlv be one mciie of .1  inajoiily  but the _-i_1m.11 d-> could not lesist tbo ^ for tlio Tm nor govei mucLt  Eut  ing. ' -      ���������  Mr. Kollie bad a splendid opportunity of leluting Ihe ,-ilt.ii ks mado  on sevei.il incidents in his puhl.c-  caieei-as member for this tilling at  last night's meettuur. The IIkiialo  has publiely stated the side of tlu* ease  from the point of view of" bis constituents. If Mr I-i-lhe h.i.l anything  to siy lor himself, last nighl wis the  time "in s iy it. lie wavpil_lho iriiRAI.u  over bis head .md denounced its statements as 'ies. -Does Mr. Kellie deny  th t he CNpcncled y9,.">"i0 nppiopi biteil  I'm the development of the Fish Cieek  conntiv on the biidge and wagon  ro.i'ls elese 1 ibod in the UmitLn last  week? If be did not >snend il."who  did?- Tlie bridge an(_-roii_ls 111 iilKtVeir  useli ssness .110 still-.t]ieio.< Does he  1-on vy thai IliPsei mads _, were built  against ihe wishes ol the miners an 1  prospocteiis nf th.'.l elisli ic t?~lt i.s open'  lo .mv elector to ii*k thu fli.-t. oneof  I hem bo moots and find out. Does be  deny that thoy w ei .* buill In eonceii-  tiato the t: ido at Ludeau? Thei* vihy  does bo not cj.pl.iin the pniposo fnr  w hie h thev v eio built. He* openlv i*x-  pve.seel .1! Thomson's L Hiding his in-  I eut inn to wipe that place off (he map.  Does he m<.,i!i to deny thai lb" wagon  roads he bii.lt on Fi'di Cieek were tint  designed in pui_-n..i~c������* of that project?  Mr. Kellie's c oustitui'iiis ask for an  explanation ol ll.es" eh.-.ipe*-. lie  blows am] bullies .ir.d . ivs Ihevare  lies. AVili be kindly st ito in detail  wherein they 111 o utiti tie?  lie ittempled to  espl.dn- away  bis  ipilbv  in   the   initLcr  of   lho  Wiiges  p lid the moii-woil-in-. "on the 111.11 t___i->_.  sing  woik   here  in 1SD3.    lie said the  IJominion gnvei li.nont "wei o alone ic-  spohsible. The Pinvincinl gnvei nmcnr  li.iudod o\ei their share of the  e'eist of  woik to them  and  bad  no  more say  about il.    Diel  Hon.  Theodore Davie  make  thi.  plea  at the time?    lie did  not. His iinswer   to the  \\ ni kinguien  of  Rovelatnke   was   lh.it   the*  Lite  of  wage", could nol bo raised as the.ippio-  pii.ition was snitl]l .md as niiieh woik  as possibleniusl be done for the money,  Mr.  Kollie is a  giea*  adnihor ol Sly,  Davie.      "filings   woie   nil   light,   in  Tlieiidoii* Davie's titiie," be say*. Does  Mi.  Kellie  mean  to  tell  tii  that hi~~  le.idor thought so little of hiin as not  oven  In   uuisult bim   whon  this   important ri'soliilieiii lio.n  the working-  men eii'  I.eve'.slnke loaohed Vic 101 i.i?  Mr. ICellie was  theio.  the  house  was  iu session.    Or does the workiiitrtiian's  i'riei.d wish us   to  infer th it bu  was  consulted and stood   lamely   by  without raising a finger to help Ihe men to  get inoiethiin >,;1..7)ii day. Oneof those  tw.. i-oinsOi  mint  have   been   taken.  Whiih was il. Mr. Kellie?    AVhieh   is  the I ruth. Mr. Kellie?    If the* first it is  a einious locommeiiil.ition  for ,1 c.ui-  el-.iliile. lb it   (be   eliie-f   be thinks" so  much of did not think  enough of him  even   toiousu't   him 011 a   mailer  so  vital lo the w 01 kingmen of his 1 iding.  Tf the second it was lather cm ions at-  liti)ele  for a.woiki'isnian's   fiieml   to  adopt.    Did. the Hkkald   inclines   In  think   fh.it   llie f-ei-ond  suggestion   is  what really happened, since   the _ nine  attitude   was   also   ailoplod     by   Mr.  Kellie's   riiends    here.    Thev   nl    nil  events knew all  about  it.    They weio  even appealed to to help lhe working-  men   out  ."ind not   a man of them 10-  spnnded.   They s.iy  thoy did  not  Un  the 1.ite.   'Nobody o\oi" said   Ihey did.  But thev cannot, s iy  (hev   belii.'d  01  even   ll u-.l   to help lo   get.   it   l.iised.  Thev sav the wages of $1..~>0 won* noM'i  actually p'liel.    They were not. but no  thanks to M,r. Kellie and no thanks to  them.   The  wen kingmen   themselves,  headed by AV. M. Blown fought their  own bit llu and got the l.ito'i.iised by  the   Dominion   government, and   Jlr.  Kollie .mil bis friend** stood  by in .sullen   indifreiei.ee.    If   that is  not   the  truth, will   he and   thev explain   just  what (hey diel do?  Wo' king men. that is the round of  Ihe i.uulid ito who calls himself your  fiioiid! He bad a fair chance last  night lo make his defense, lo expl.ii'i  bis position, to set bimseli light. Ho  failed to lako it. How much do ;.ou  think his friendship lor > cm i.wnith  now ?  STRAIGHT POINTERS  For the  Electors of this Riding to Consider 0:1 Saturday.  indued lime  for  .1   change of  Tt   is  member  Sir. Kellie lu'ou an  Suit e when   has  oppositionist?  Mr. Semlin promises to do what Mr.  Tm nor is doing.  Has the Smail lieen down yot to ask  I h.it 0I01 ten w bat ho said?  Mr. White's chunres of ,1 victniy aie  becoming menu evident overy day.  '���������And there was a eeit.iin man  named Kelly who went down lo * * *  and fell among * * * ."   ,  Hold meet incrs and let the opposi-  1 ionisls talk. Theie is uo better way  lo gain votes for the government.  AVhy does llu* Smail inl~c up the  <urival of the AV.ivoiley machinerv  with olher political news from Albeit  Canyon ?  The oi'ir.ini/.ed gang of hungry office  seel.eis will be vet v'niiicli Net.ll"d on  S.itmd.iv. for of Cciitrs���������ior they'll be  turned down.  AVayb.ie k Kellie ia wallowing  through the slnmrh of despond those  d ivs. Mr. While has a fh in giipon  Mr. Kellie's constituency. ~  '"It is time for a change"���������of meni-  betvimd we'll have it em Safnrdiv.  No more "wooden men" feu this liding.   That day bus fiown.  The sliotiter-) for Kellvh.i. e beeoine  wnndei fully epiiet of late. Ate ihey  sull'ei inc. from soai thio,it= or aie they,  gi'lting 1 eady to come in out of the  lain?  T.inun my must go! So says the  Smail. The Smail is as usual n tiiflo  behind lh" f 1111.'*. It has gone as far  u<~ T_������v. lsroko  is cnnccined.    It, went  last. fall. " -    -     '   /  -.. .  A vote* cast fnr While is a vote'for a  mnn w ho will do something for th's  liding, whiih would be a_'de~cid_ d  eh mge. No nioie "Ijaido'iu'-'deals for  this constituency. j _" ^  Workingmen, stand ,nn_fov. ynm*  ilahts.'l'nt your shoulder to the  whei'J and do yemr share* teiw.nds  "turning down tbe>"gaiur. who dining  the last few ve-irs have beon dickering  away your rights. -. A  The Kootenay Kow should h.-ue its  rlotho'dinedesp 11 chess tetentyped :they  aio a bit ino'ildv. Let sotee one el������o  b'slonicing to the gang My their' li-tnd.  (he we*ll paid oppositionist'? sec rotary,'  for inslance.  The Mail mud slinccr's tic tics don't  gn down wilh the clector.it". Whv  not tell us of one instance where Mr.  Kellie* has ever said w Int ho would do  if returned- as an opposer���������lo good  government?  "Ton ,\re perlcctlv con eit." said an  elect'r. "ll he succeeded in being  iet m ued bo would do very liltlo for  this disttict. as his serviic. have .il  1 i"id v-hecu-i et iine*d_by_a_.'~ii!all_cl!qui_.  nf oflice sockets in town."  "Yes, lie-certainly does liv In wear  ;i mnn* all'able smile* now. I>ufc,ynu s*~p  it is election time, [t would not sut--  piise us imtbe le.i-t if bo ofrered to  sh.-iki*. hands with .1 workinvriiian. and  he will 'shako' them all after the Oth."  The fakir loletriams from different  ivvnts of this liding in the Kootenav  Kow have* a verv Sm iii like* touch  and sound much like clothes-line di'S-  p.iti bos. which are ni.iiiufae 1 in ed no-  whe*re but in the look-wise, know-  nnthing edtlm's c .allium.  The Fire Valley voters are* all risrht.  They say Ihey have always voted foi  fhe government: tliey see no 1 on-nn  whv Ihey should oppose tin* government, now-ami 1 hev are not so much  in lovo wilh Mr. Ke-lbe as (<. feel at all  inclined In follow him over lho fence.  Fhe Valley is .1 110.11 ly solid government vote.  Tli" evteninor.ineons manner wliich  Mr. ICi'llie* trie's to ,i<*-uiiiit* while v.iinlv  trving to "make isp"i'ib." is eiioiurh  to sniii' a whole elee-t01 ate. "Anel.  ANTi. AND. what, ilo we find?" and  I hei eit ends. Mi. Kellie is looked  iiiinn as a l-oiieiitity in the house at  Victoria by membeis of both political  sli ipes.  "The dav of the Kootenay Kow  Klinue must be binuicht to a close.'"  Sue h is the expiession nf free and in  dependent eleetnrs who have* no par-  (iciil.ii c-nels to servp'otlier than ciM  tben-vote for 1 ool, seitrib'e iinel businesslike .idminisfi.i(ion. If that "l.iv-  nuC'cret a lead fipe* e inch w heie will  the lest of lhe electms get oil at?  li  Mr. Seiiilin's poor opinion of f'lifToul  Sifton's si-heuie for pintecting the  liver bank he*ip caused a painful c-hill  iimongthe faithful at Ihe interview  yesterday. He* actuallv se'emed to  prefer Mr.l.ainhle's idea to Mr Sifton's  om (he absurd piinriplo that the  opinions oT 1 pi.11 tic-.il enirineer wei-e  likedy to be more valuable than those  of a. youthful lawyer.  This is the wav it should have read:  "I~e\eIstoke's Kootenav Kow i-liep>e  lintrmnst uo! The high-banded and  p.u -i-.m way Ihini-s have* bpen con-  el ncti'il before an elec tie*n ui'ist surelv  ui\e the public some idea of what it is  likelv to b- nf I erw.! ids. should they  sin ceed. They must b" p-.t down now  111.4 .1 \ nie foi" Mi. White will In-Ip lo  do it."  TREMBLING  SPAIN  The Shadows of Civil War Closing  Round  THE POPULACE ARMING  The Bombardment of Santiago Will Not  Take Placa This Week���������Lack of  Cordial Co-operation Between Shafter  and Sampson���������A Spanish Attack on  the Position Repulsed���������United States  Troops Suffering from the Climate���������  Two Millions Increase in the Canadian  Customs Revenue.  Special to the Ilcr-l-J       '  Santiago di Cuba, Sunday, July 3.  5:1.0 a.m., ppr American. Press Dispatch Boat Dandy to Poit Antonio,  via Kingston, Monday, July'-t, 11:30  p.m.���������Tho Spanish made a desperate  fight in an attack on the left, shortly  before 10 o'clock on Saturday evening.'  The assault was directed at the position that had boon carried by General*  Kent's men. The Spanish were finally  lepttlsed. '  AVAsnixGTON.   July 5. -Up   to the'  present Shaftei and Sampson have not'  been     wotkitig   harmoniously.     The"  piesident has ordered them to hold  .1"  conference and decide on the course  for taking Santiago.    *  Loxdo>, July 5.���������The Madrid corre"-   _.  spondent of tho daily Telegraph sny.:*"  Disorder   is . spreading    among   tlie'1  military.    The crowds in lhe city are"  getting liotoiis and everywhere signs'  ire apparent that the* populace is arming   for civilvvar.    Marshal   Compos'*'  Escapan, the general of Madrid? has  held long consultations as to the best'"  ways and means of preserving order.  Off_Sa"_tiago D12 Coba, July 5.���������If.  is now admitted that had Cervera *���������"  gone westwaid instead of cist ward he -  would have escaped. "        '  * AVAsruxGTO.N-, July 5.���������It is not at [  all .likely that the* bombardment of'  Santiago will begin this week."  AArlN"Nll?KG. July 5.-_*T. F. Davin, M.  P., lectured   list evening'before, the  Conservative club here to a large   Iinclj  enthusiastic audience. __.  Telegraph in Brief.  The Dominion alliance is in session  in Toronto.  The news of Cervera's ilefeat causes-7  great eleipoiidency in Spain.  T.irte has applied for plans for the '  Montreal harbor improvements."     ~  i=-Tlie-T-ni ted���������Shires���������troops���������before���������  Sintiago are suffering seveiely fiom-"  the climate.  The Canadian Customs collections  for 1S07 will exceed the former year by'  ���������52.000,000. ' '    '  Shafter will wait for reinforcements-'  before attempting to assault Santiago.  The    Baptist    convention    opened'  yesterday in Vic toe ia. B.C.  Tne O.-it.iiio college of surgeons is in'  council in Toronto.  Solid for the Govern _ierit.  Tbe voters of the Kevelstoke riding'���������  lira intelligent enough  to sec through  the petty Micks   that   tbo opposition  clique in this town  and its healers are  playing   upon   a disgusted   and   long  suffering people.    Four more years of  this kind nf a useless member and this  riding will be a erond place lo emigrate  from.    This  is  theptcspoct that the'  vi it eis   must   meet   at   the polls next  Satuiday and c.-ist  tlieir  ballots for or  against.    Vote ten- White and shut olf  this    gang  of   oftlce seekcis for  ever  11101 e.  Mr. Semlin on the River Bank  Yestetday the eNecutive  committee '  of the boaid of ti.ide interviewed C.A.  Semlin, the leader of the opposition, '  to .iscer.'.iin his  views on  the protection   of' the   river    bank.     Piesent,  Mo-Sis. H.'N. Oousior,   vice president;  I.'  T.   Biewster,   P. Chapman.   F. B.  Wells, John Abi.-ibanison,-aiid  C.  E.  Shaw, secretiny.      Mr. Kellie and Mr. ���������  G1 ogart w'ewi also present.    After the  situation bad lieen * elisius-sed and Mr.  Gamble's    place   explained     to    Mr.  Semlinl'that gentleman expressed his  inU-nticri ' of   helping   Revelstoke to '  piottct the river banks to the- utmost  of bis pow er.    On his way back to the  station to catch lho train for tbe west  lie  view ed   the  in ittrassing and the  woik done so as to  l;e ablo to 'gain-  -n.sie     personal    knowledge    of    the '  subject. Revelstoke   Herald  Published ln interests of  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lako  Illocille-'aec. Albort Canyon, .Jordan  Pass and Kaglo Pass DislrloU.  JOHNSON.  .Proprietor.  published ln tho  A  Semt-AVeobly Journal. ,     _..  lnierebts ot Kevelstoke and tho surrounding  district, "Wednesdays and Saturdaj s, making  _l_ee_t connections with all trains.  Advertising Bates: Display ad3, $1.M nor  column Inch. fiOOpcrinch whenlnsortcdoc titlo  page. Legal ads.. 12c par (nonpareil) lino tor  first insertion; 80 for oaoh additional insertion.  Reading notices, 15c por lino each issue. Birth,  -damage and Death notices, froo.  Bnbocription ltates: By mail or carrier. S2.00  per annum; *l.������-5 for six months, strictly In  advance. , .  Our Job Department: Tin: IIcuald Job  Department is one of tho bost cqulppod  printing offloes ln West Kootenav. nnd in pro*  pared to execute aU kinds of priming in (lost  class style at honest prices Ono prico to nil.  Ko Job too largo���������none too Binnll���������torus. 31*1}  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial  on your next order. ,  To Correepondcnta: AA'e inv correspond*  enne on any Bubject of Interest *.o tho general  public, and desire a reliabl' regular correspondent in every local)1 surrounding  Revelstoke. In all casos tho-bona tide ntiinu  of the writer mustaccomDany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke. B  C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. AU correspondence muBt bo legibly  -ritteu on one side of the paper only.        _  9. Correspondence containing personal  matter muBt be signed with the pr per name  of the writer. ... ...  3. Correspondence with referonco to any  thing that has appeared in another paper  must flrst be offered for publication to tliat  paper beforo it can appear in The Herald.  WEDNESDAY.      JULY   0.  160S.  NORTHERN   FUR   ANIMALS  DISAPPEARING  From the Calgary Herald.  From the interesting evidence of  Mr. H. F. Davis, a well known old-  time trader of the far north, it appears that the fur-bearing animals  of the immense   country   beyond  the Saskatchewan are rapidly becoming extinct.    The scarcity-of  marten is particularly noticeable.  All other fur animals, except the  beaver, are   disappearing   at  an  alarming   rate.   In  the old   days  whenever   the Indians found  one  species of animal becoming scarce  they would declare a close season  for that particular animal for two  -years     and   confine their    hunt  ing to the animals that were more  plentiful,  thus giving   the lirst a  chance to multiply.     The   Avhite  man, however, with his civilized  greed, not looking to the future as  the Indian does,   has trapped and  hunted   indiscriminately,   and   in  the keen competition Avhich resulted the   aboriginee   has done  likewise.   This year's catch has been  unusually small.  In fact tha trade  has   been decreasing for the past  few years.    \. hen  a  trade   that  brings   many  hundred thousand  dollars annually into the country  is decreasing to such an extent as  to threaten its total extinction in  time, it behoves the Government  to step  in   and take   protective  measures.    The same greed that  annihilated the buffalo will if not  checked result in the extinction ot  all fur-bearing animals.  A fact,however, is mentioned by  Mr. Davis, which if true may have  a temporary effect iu steming the  tide of destruction. Ifc appears  from his account a mysterious disease of a scrofulous nature is  steadily 'deeimatiug the Beaver  Indians whose hunting" grounds  extend between the Peace and  Liard rivers and from the mountains to the Athabasca and Slave  rivers. The disease, says Mr.  Lavis, is contagious and -is so  rapidly killing off the Indians that  -in ten years -there .will hardly be  an Indian in the couutry. Three  I years ago there were three Indians where there is one now. At  Vermillion a large number of hunters lived a few years ago; today  there are nine, and tour or five of  th'ese are afflicted with the disease.  At Hay River there are now IS or  19 Indian trappers, whereas a few-  years ago there were three times  as many. A child hardly ever  lives to be five years old. It is Mr.  Davis belief that the result of this  great mortality will be that fur-  bearing animals will becoms more  Elentiful. But this supposition is  ardly tenable in face of the fact  that during the past three years  fur has become gradually scarcer  notwithstanding the large decrease in the number of Indian  hunters. Ib Avill not do to depend  for the preservation of the lur  trade on the gradual extinction  of th6 Indian population.  Laws based on reliable information should be applied to the unorganized portion of the Territories and proper officials appointed  to carry them out. This i*. only  one of hundreds of reasons in  favor of coupling Athabasca with  Alberta under a competent government and putting an end to the  present hybrid system under  which part of our affairs are mismanaged at Regina and the rest  at Ottawa. Such a Government  with headquarters at Calgary and  composed of the representatives of  the north, centre and south, would  know how to deal intelligently  with the fur trade so as to give  fair protesction to the hunters a.s  well as the hunted. And it is certain that neither the people of the  eastern part of the Territories, nor  the authorities at Ottawa, know  any more about fur bearing animals than they do about many  other Western matters.  CANADA'S FOREIGN TRADE  The Finance Chronicle has published a tablo compiled irom  oilicial sources showing tho extent  of the business done by Canada (1)  with Great Britain, (2) tho other  colonics, and (3) foreign countries.  In view of rho ell'orfc Avhich  Canada is now making to develop  an lutei-Imperial trade, in which  further steps are promised after  next month, the table is interesting for purposes of comparing the  value of the respective channels  through Avhich our foreign trade  Uoavs. There has been much saiel  regarding the- operation of tho  tariiT. ln 1S97 the proportion of  free imports to the tottil from  Great Britain Avas 31.15 per cent,  and from the United States'12.20  per cent. This seeming discrimination against. Great Britain is accounted for by the greater amount  of raw materials avo import, which  are free of duty, being the products of tbe United States. The  most striking feature iu the table  is the small proportion of our  trade Avitb European countries,  and Avith South American ones,  compared Avith that done with tbe  United States and the British Empire. The totals for 1S07 were as  follows :  . Imports Exports  to from  Great Britain.. $20,-28,57- $77,227,502  Other Colonies.     2.1S-,SiS. 5.010,521  United States..   00,110,617 41.033,702  All others     10,SS9,380 G,33S,75S  Another salient feature is the  contrast between the proportion  of imports to exports iu the  trade with Great Britain and the  trade with tbe United States,  Canada in ISO" sent 77 millions  Avorth of goods to Great Britain  and took back from her 20 millions  worth, whereas this country sent  ���������15 millions worth to the States,  and took back Oil raillions'fworth.  The contrast is very significant  as an illustration ?of tho superior  value to us of the British trade.  Since 1S03 we have^only increased  our exports to the States bv 5  millions, while tho'.e to Great. Britain hnve increased over" do millions. In the same period, 1S03 to  1897, our total exports were enlarged by $10,000,000. over 00 per  cent of,the increase being in our  exports to Great Britain and the  States. Although the majority of  Canadians 'will naturally favor  the movement.to develop Ir.ter-  Imperial trade, yet, as-it hoav  forms only '10 pur cent of our total  foreign trade, it is evident that'it  will take a length of time to.raise  its volume to such an extent as to  render its value largely in excess  of the business done with''countries outside the Empire.  THE FAVORITE TRIMMING.  Embroidery Uooil In Mnny Varieties lpoir  Summer Gowns.  Enibroldory mny bo oidlod tho decora-'  tlou par exoelloiico of thiB sonson's gowns,  wrnps nml inilooil nil tho nrtloles in tho  fnslilonublo wnrdrobc. It hns boon worn nil  wintor, but is in higher favor than ovor,  nml Hummer gowns, from cotton to silk,  am onrlahed by it In 0110 form or nnothor.  Zephyrs onibrolilorod with blnok dots nre  UFCil for somo of tlio newest shirt wnlsts,  whilo ocru grass linon, embroidered very  eliiborntulj" in blnok und whito, composes a  number ot lho most olnbornto vvnsh costumes, 1 ni they nro culled, although Blnoo  thoy  ard  oflou  accordion  plnltoil,  inude  THE LONDON MURDER  Murderer   Still   at   Large���������Funeral   of  the Victim���������Widespread Sympathy  London-, Juno 27.���������It transpires that  Policeman Twohoy who wns murdered  on Saturday did not moel his death  from a bullet Avon ml in the head as  stated, the wound in lbe head not  being sutliciently dangerous lo cause  death, but Ihero were two wounds in  the lower "pai t of the body, one was  stopped by his watch,the other proved  filial. Crowds of sympathizing citizens visited Twohey'- house  and the room in which ihe'remains  hiA* was filled Avith llonil tributes.  The funeral took pluco on the _0lli  and was attended by numerous societies to which the deceased belonged,  also by the police, firemen'and representatives ot the city council. So far  the perpetrator of the murder hns not  been discovered.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Revelstoke.  Preaching sorvlooB at 11 n in. anil 7:30  p.m. Clai-s mooting at thn cl"_u of lho  morning service. 5n.Iibu.th School 'and Bible  Class at 2:;K> p.m. Weekly pruvor meeting  ovory Wednesday evoning ut 7:_0 p in. Tho  public are cordially invited.   Seats fieo.  REV. J. A. WOOD, Pastor.  CHURCH Oil* ENQLAND-St. Peter'B,  '���������' Rovolatoko HourdOf acrvicn: Eventng  prayor daily nt 5 o'clock. Fridays at 7:30  Sundays anei Festivals: Holy Communion at  a.m., morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  nnd Bible Class at 2:30, evooing prayer at 7:30.  First Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  P1.KSH~-TEI.IAN   CHUBOU-Royolstoke.  Sorvieo overy Sunday ut 11 a.m. and 7:30  Cliss at   2:30   p.m.,  to which  TAB J_\IJ_IJiG EXOHJU-GE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.    White labor onls~.  The bar is supplied Avith the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Fr-ee Bus .Meets Jill Trains.  GUS LUJ.D Proprietor  p.m.    Blb'o   _.  all aro welcome-   Prayer  overy AVednoBday.  REV. P. D  meeting at 8 p.m,  . MUIR, Pastor.  THE STICKINE ROUTE  Young Napoleon Letter's failure  through speculating iu Avheat has  lost him several millions, much of  which has happily gone into the  pockets of the farmers. The  latest Chicago calculation of his  losses is as follows; On cash wheat  in America $3,000,000; on futures  in America 8500,000; on cash wheat  in Europe $2,500,000; on futures in  Europe $1,000,000. Total $7,000,000.  Probablv saved $1,500,000. Total  loss $5,500,000.  Cecil Rhodes has more difficulties to face in South Africa. The  government of Sir Gordon Sprigg,  formed after the Jamieson raid,  compelled Mr.Rhodes to retire, has  been defeated, largely, it seems,  through the work of the Afrikander Bund, an organization of  Boers ��������� and Boer sympathizers.  -Transvaal���������delegates- ari~__-.ciid--to  have taken a part; in the negotiations that preceded the defeat.  The defeated government will  appeal to the people aud Avill probably return victorious. It is less-  than a year since they were  elected.  GRAY SILK COSTUME.  ovor silk nnel gnrnishocl vvith vclvot, the  term is n misnomer, nnd lnuneloring is no  moro possiblo for thorn than for a brocade  gown.  Tliero are also strips of white, black or  colored embroidery upon whito, bluo, reel,  pink, yollovv and green nainsook, these  strips being ot various widths and dogrecs  of elaboration, samo to be used ns ruffles,  others ns insertion. Tho moro exponsivo  nip,combined with lnco, tiny rnillos of va-'  lonciciiiios or linnils of insertion boing  cunningly iiit'ormiiiglocl vvith tho ombroid-  orcd design. This samo idon is onrrled out  in nil vvliito bntisto nnd nainsook, with  whito embroidery anil white or buttor colored liico. Gowns o������ sheer whito muslin  nnd lawn boing 11 summer feature this  year, tbero is ainplo room for tho uso ot  such dainty trimmings, and used thoy  nro in tlio utmost profusion, tho now vvliito  costumes boing as _lno and dolicato ns a  buby's christening robo.  Tbo illustration shows a costumo of  ponrl gray silk. Tho skirt has a slight  train anel is mlornod vvith applications ot  whito satin combined with pearl gray embroidery. Tho closo bodico has'cleop scalloped rovers,' onibroidered liko tho skirt  unci oclgod with a fino plaiting ol whito  satin. Tho close slcovoa eiro embroidered  at tho wrist and havo embroidered epaulets  to match thn rovers. Tho full chomisottc  of pink surah is partly covered by a cravat'  of whito tulle. Tlio belt is of pink tafTeta.'  JUDIC CnOLLET.  A Glenora letter says that when the  nuvvs reached us thnt the Mackenzie-  Mann operations were permanently  suspended, there was great excitement.  An indignat:ciii meeting vvas called  and ovor 2,000 men responded to the  call. The following resolution was  passed:  "Whereas the construction of a  wagon road recently commenced from  Glenora to Teslin Lake has heen suddenly abandoned, we the citizens and  free'iniuers located at Glenora and  Telegraph Creek, declare extreme dis-  satisfiiclion with the action of the  Government of the Dominion, in advertising the Stickine route as the best  route to the Yukon gold fields, Avith  promise of the completion of t wagon  road from Glenora to Teslin'Lake in  the spring of the present year and  wheieas no pack trail is adequate for  the transport ation of goods already  wailing at Glenora and Telegraph  Creek, vve pray for the credit of British  Columbia, and the good of the Canadian route, tbat your government will  tf ke immediate action for the completion of lbe before mentioned wagon  road."  Nnmbersvof miners arc selling their  outfits and returning home.  CATHOLIO- CHUROH���������Revel-  Mass  Urnt and ihird Sundays ln  month at 10:30 a. in.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  ROMAN  a toko.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1653.  Regular meetings nro held in tho  Oddfellows' Hall ou tlio second and  fouith Wednesdays of each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  oordlaliv invited.  Dr. T. Jcffi., AV. M.;  T. J. Qrahnmn, Roc. Sec.  W.G. Ulrncy, Fin. Seo.;   R. S. Wilson, Treas  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Meets in tho Oddfellows' Hall on tho  2nd and 1th Fridays ot  each mouth. Visiting  brethren invited to  attend.  J. B. Scott. C. R.  J. L. Smith, R. S.  F. .MeCJ-RTY  ."Wholesale and Retail De<aler in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  .MUTTON JMD SJ10SJIG.E  Ellis & Grogan  Insurance. Comnil������sinn and Mining  Brokers, Calvary, Alberta.  Agent for the Queen Firo Insurance  Co., of America.  Represented    by' \V.    MORRIS,  RevelBtoko. nG-tf  m  Incorporated by Act o������ Parliament, 1S55  THE  MODE.  Interesting Items Concerning Fashion's  -Tewest Developments.  Gown* of foulard and othor lightweight  silks nro-scon in great variety nnel aro  lavishly trimmed. Many of tho new printed silks show n white pattern on aground  of black, navy, oxford blue, green, brown  or ruby, nnd these, trimmed with white  lace, aro not tho least attractive to bo ob-  Paid up Capita!     -     $2,000,000  Rest Fuiid   -     -     -    1,500,000  Head Office���������Montpeal  BOARD OF DIREOTOBS ���������  W .Molson Macpherson, President  -  ���������   S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  -   Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghoru  H. Marklaud Molson  F, Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, 'Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals.firms,  bankers and -municipal and uthei  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  linglish and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.   -   -  Grogan & Co,  "!��������� General Agents  (Successors to J. D. Sibbald). Insurance.  RcalEttato,    Mining.   Loans.  Oaice: First Street, noxt to AV. IJ Pease &  Co.   Ct.de Moreit g and Neil.   -  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke,  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every "respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at tho Bar.  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  BBANOHB9 :  Monti-pal Gn/.ette: As Canada  has determined to shut Germany  out of the preferential tariff after  July 31st, Germany has very  naturally determined to shut  Cauada out of the advantages ~~lif������  now enjoys in Germany as one of  the most 'favored nations. This is I  the final triumph of the master  stroke of tlie present government  in securing the denunciation of the  Belgian and German treaties. The  loss of prospects of German trade  is the fir=t instalment of the price  Ave pay; the first instalment of the  advantages to be gained has 3'et  to appear.  Dr. Coulter, deputy postmaster general, says the new dead lettei offices  at Montreal. Halifax. Toronto, Winnipeg and Victoria, will all be manned  with clerks sent from the head oflice  here and who were engaged in the  same work at head quarters. A superintendent will be at the he_ d of each  branch in each city and will be directed from Ottawa.  Seven ' Liberal members of  parliament, looking to the future  have preferred to take good fat  jobs from Avhich the public could  not turn theni out, rather than  stay iu the same boat with Siftcn,-  Tarte, Blair to Co. The seveu  who belieA-e'l that Number One  was moro to be considered than  the interests ot the "pnrty" are:  Mr. King. Sudbury and Queens, a  senator; Mr. Devlin, Wright, an  immigration agent: Mr. Lavergne,  Drummond and Arthnbaska, a  judge; Mr. Fiset. Jlimonaki, a  senator; Mr. Langelier, Quebec  Centre, a judge; Mr. Cameron,  West Huron, a li(*utcnant governor; Mr. Lister, West L-imbton,  a judge.  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockvilie, Ont.  Calgary, Alta,  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London,'Ont. *  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  jAforrisburg.Ont.  Norwi-h, Ont.  Simcoe.  Ontario  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  RidgetOAvn, Ont,  Smiths Falls, 0���������l  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  TcrontoJunc'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont,  Waterloo, Ont  -Woodstock, Ont  Winnipeg, Man  i Vancouver, B, C.  Revelstoke, B. C.  CHOICEST-  CIGARS  :        TOBACCOS   .   ,  * CIGARETTES  SOFT DR,IcNK,S  ICE CR.EJI_M SODAS  ICE CRiEA-V.    -  Bicycles   Repaired and For Hire.  R. JA. SMYTHE  '���������'"���������"I--flffy  The   largest hotel   in  town.      . Centrally    located  Choice ' Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best.,   accommodation. Eatos    $1    .per'  day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms..   Rates'  Table -furnished   with'  the choicest the-market  affords?    -Best   Wines  Liquors    and      Oigars '  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor...  mlG-tr  THIRD STREET CENTRjO.  To.  Fortune  Seekers  Victoria, B. C.     Quebec,  -lev. lstoka-Branch .a J.-D���������Molson, Mans ger_  Government Engineers Dibble and  Dupart have arrived at Kdmonton to  arrange for two exploratory railway  . urvevs beyond the Peace; river country. They will lako about \T> pack  hors-es and a suinmei's supplies.  The Great Northwestern Telegraph  companys annual crop report for Ontario is issued. All the sections of the  country are heard from. The opinion  is unanimous th.it in all classes of  grain, roots anel fruits the yield will  far exceed that of former years.  CI.OTJI JACKET.  served. Thon thoro nro light or whito  grounds with dark designs nnd medium  grounds in which tho dosign appears ns a  darker or lighter shade of tho s-imo color.  Thero('nre alpo very pretty plaids anel  checks cut hy satin lines of a different  tint, and tho standard dot pattern In various sizes npponrs as usual. A pretty variation of tho clot dosign Is exemplified by a  whito foul.-Td, ovor which iiro closely  sprinkled dark bluo round spots, varying  in size from tho proportions of a largo pen  to thoso of a pinhond. This combines very  satisfactorily with plain dark bluo silk and  whito laoo.  Flower patterns are moro employed for  muslins nnd nainsooks this year, foulards  being printed with palms, oriental designs  nnd conventional ornament?. A fow very  large floral patterns nre now, but thoy aro  not tho rule.  Tho sketch shows a jacket of red cloth,  which formH a slight blouse at tho back.  It has a scalloped briFquo, and tho fronts  oro alafihoel up so deeply thnt thoy fnll  . tonight nnd loose over tho bolt of red  faillo which confines the waist. Thorovors  ���������nd high collnr nre of rod fnlllo, nnd all  ���������dges aro embroidered with rod and blnok.  JUDIO CHOLLET.  2~~~5S~>  IMPERIL BANK  ~���������OF CANADA  Head Office,  Paid Up Capital  Reserve     -   -   -  Toronto  $2,000,(100  -   1,200,080  Diroctors:  n. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt,Vice Prea., (St.Catharines)  William Kamsay, Robert J affray, -  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager,  BraDObes *-  North West and British Columbia  I������ you try your luck prospecting  in tho Ijardcau District, don't  -pass I. M. CITRON'S general  storo at Thomson's Landing, vehen  you can buy tho cheapest and  best miners' supplies in tho district.  ml-tf  I. M. CITRON  THOMSON'S LANDING.  (Sr  PETRETTO  Tfee Roman  Shoe .Makei*  Denier in   Boots  and    Shoes,    Maokonzlo  Avenue, two doors south _ lolsou's Bank-  Harness Repairing done.  Moderate Prices.   Work guaranteed/  _^IL_JSl-t)_^IEt>  Door-s  "   -  -������. Sasli"    , ' .  Turnings '���������  .Mouldings .  TRY THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw Sc Planing" Mills  Revelstoke Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout I_al_e District  Saddle    iind     Pack    Horses '.  always for hire.  Freighting  specialty.  and   Teaming   a  Daily Stage'leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  , for Trout Lake City.   Por particulars write  CRAIG-& HILLMAN, Tuomson's Landing.  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one-of those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont" wait    till    the   boom, comes  our way, but BUY NOW. _ _ ~  HAIG & ORAGE  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Inge_8oll  Vaccouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  Niag.ir,_ Falls   [St. Thomaf  Port Colbume [Toronto  Rat Portage     j Well.ind  .Sault St. .Marie; Woodstock  |St, Catharines j  Alontreal, Quebec.  Agents   in    Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for  transfer by letter or c_ib!e to  of above branches.  Agents in the United Stales���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bunk, of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of SI and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letter., of Credit���������Available at all TioinU in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted for nt anv of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A- R. B- HEARN,  Manns-en Rovelstoko Brar.uh  ���������__-__!____ . _.���������  Dp. .Malloehz  Phfsicia-i end Surgeon, McKenzie  Avonuo, Kevelstoko Station, V. c.  If You Want ���������*  PURE  COWS .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  ^>:rm  So to T.HE EUROPE DJIIR.Y  MIIS. V. JULIAN.'    "  eJ.&epnagfyan  Carpenter  and Builder  Ofllco and "lVork������hop:   Opposito Conrt  I Iolsc, Revelstoke.  Finns spccific.ilions and cstima'cs given on  noiillcation. The largest stock of doors, s_8h,  l.r.iukctB, turnings. mouleVngs. bnsa casirgs,  kiln ili-icd II mrirg. roiling, nnd oil inside  flni_h ii now Ir. stock and will be otTered at  iiriccs ncve-r buforo qu-lcd on thU tide of  Vancouver. Any nr,n rcciuiring any of tho  aliuvo materials will be consulting thrir own  ir.torcstsby gctUn* my p-ices before ordering  elsonhcrc. a2i"-tf  Sole Agents.  CJ.-  _ <='<���������'  Robert  Samson  ������    Wood Dealer  and Drayman  .".  Draj Ing nnd dollvcry work a specialty.  Teams always on hand at shortest notice.  Contracts for jobbing taken.  Agent   for tho    Standard -Oil   Company.  (John  E. Wood  Jlrefeiteet'  and Builder  Estimates, plans and speclflcations furnished  on application. Shop and reDuir work  promptly- attended to. Wood carvi-i? a  specialty.      Work    Shop   on   Front 8trcet.  Tfee Revelstoke  Pfeoto Company  Revelstoke. B. C  STUDIO: DOUGL A3 STREET.  What Do You  ������  Want in Shoes ���������  If you want a good Miners' Shoe ccmo to  D. Jenkins.  * If you want a gooi Prospectors' Shoe como  to D. Jenkins.  If j-ou want a fine or strong Cork Soled Shoo  come to D Jenkins.  u  If you want a Long Leg Boot como toD.  Jenkins.  Shoes and Harness rep . ircd on the shortest  notico. All linos of work kept In stock  at prices to suit all.  D. JENKINS  First Street, ono block from the Imperial  Bank ot Canada, Revelstoko Station, B. O.  J* R. H������H.  & Company  Butchers   snd    Wholesale   and  Retail Dealers in Beef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  A11 orders in our line promptly  filled   '���������'f  FRA NK BARNARD  Bricli andiStone "Mason  Chimney building a specialty. Contracts  promstly attended to. material furnished  when called for.      All   work   guaranteed.  First Street,  Reveltsoke Station /&/  liTHE SEASON'S FASHIONS.  ,,rjui__nlngfl Most In Voguo  For the Sam-  I N ner Wardrobe.  ^Tlioro ia hnrdly any fashionable toilet in  .'> ioh ombroldory doos not npponr.    Just  lAprosent heavy ciosigns in relief nro much  [ftcd in whioh wool nnd mohair occur, and  \ soy often npponr_dn  oonnootlon with in*  instntlons. A groat deal of ribbon is  \-fO employed, plaited, shirred nnel twist*  t\l Into many forms nnd patterns and np-  vllod to tho goods. Gulpuro nnel cord np-  Jglcations enjoy oqunl favor, nnd motalllo  Broads nnd bonds nnd spangles often on-  I?ich tbo general cfToot.  TtBufflos aro soen in grent quantities, and  THE OLD BAND.  BOOK  BORROWING.  'IT.IXCESS COSTUME.  Joth gowns, with "gowns mndo of othor  |*ol. molerinls, nro frequently  trimmed  j'.th rufllos nnd flounce, of taffeta..  |<i__o bolero.is enjoying nil  its olel popu-  l'-ity again.    A new model is quito plain  I'd closo nt tho back, but hns loose, open  ],\nts which fall from tho shoulder seams  jtbolow tho waist in straight folds, liko n  Vrf.    Anothor, nlso having n closo back,  Jjich  comes down  to the wni-fe lino, has  I'.in'fronts, with  rovers, tho fronts curv-  ;_jdown  from-tho  underarm-soani  to  ',..1 doep points. - This  is n rathor.inoro  Ljn'led  stylo   thnn   tho   short, fronted  |foro, which looks well  on n young girl,  ��������� long fronts boing  more suitable for  Iter women'. \ * ��������� -  ��������� Princess gowns nro seen among tho seal's most elegant-models.    A picture is  lien' of n - princess  costmuo of .almond  Lin, voilo.    Tho" back  of tho   skirt  is  juiod over niniivo and whito broeho silk,  lo front  is lightly draped  nt  tho right  Ij  tho  bodice, boing  draped  from  the  (kit shoulder to tho loft sido at tho waist  l|rafull oheniisctte of  the innuvo and  rite silk.    All  tho edges - of tho gfoon  j'.t of  tho gown aro  bordered with'golel  fli'jovvolocl bands.   Tho sleeves aro tight,  "."gold buttons fasten tho draperies.    A  i of yellow straw, trimmed vvith mauve  'dlowe accompanies thn gown.  ' - JUDIC CHOLLET.  THE.REIGNING MODE.  |reltlcs Amone tho M_.teri._l_ and Designs For Suuimcr Wear. ,  \'.l is senrcely possiblo to speak too often  J foulard or Indeed to say anything about  I-inner fashions nt all this year without  jntionlng it, for it composes ninny  [j. ns from tho most simplo to tho most  1'iorato.    It is''almost always covered  Jamw Whltoomb Riley Stood It aa Long  as He Could.  This story of tho poet Jamos .Vliitcomb  Riley, novv publishod for tho first timo,  originated in n little town where tho poot  was stopping overnight.  Tho leador of tho villago band, knowing  that Rlloy had written a poom ln whioh '  he expressed a preference for hearing "the :  old band play," thought it would be a  good ldon to serenade him with "suoh  tunes as 'Swonny River' und 'John Anderson, My Joo,' " and accordingly the  band surrounded his house in full force.  Tho poot was tired nnd had b__n gleoping  soundly for some time; but, being awakened by tho jarring discords without, anil  thinking the houso was on fire, ho rit-hctl  to the window and���������encountered "the old  band."  Ho took ln the situation, thankod thoro  in a neat specoh for tho midnight compliment, retired and addressed himself to  sleep again.  But it was no uso. The band kept on  playing.  Finally there was a lull in tho music,  and the poet congratulated himself thnt  ths worst was ovor.  In this ho was mistaken. Tbe band had  only stoppod for a breathing spell and a  chew of tobaoco. In a fow minutes it was  "making niglit hideous" again.  Riloy stood it for two mortal hours.  Then, rendered desperate, he raised tha  window sash and shouted:  ."Boys, I liko to hoar tbe old band play;  but, G������d bless you, I don't want to hoar  it play all night long!"  "Let's go, boys," said the indignant  leador. -"That feller don't appreciate) music!"���������Atlanta Constitution.  Reflections of a Bachelor.  The devil succeeds beoauso ha never  knows when ho's been snubbed.  A woman's first thought when sho sees  company coming is her canned fruit.  Aftor u girl luis hud a quarrel with another sho always makes up her mind what  sbo won't say vvliou sho moots hor and then  says it. - - _.' ."-  Tho first thing tlio average woman  thinks whon sho hours thut some actress  ,is very sick is to-underwhnt will become  of ull the dresses sho has. "  -No matcur wlifit quurrel a woman has  held with a man,-it i_ too big a strain foi  her to send bnck u loiter of his unopened.  No mnn talks near so much about admiring: simplicity in dross'nftor ho has  found out from hia wifo .lhat muslin  drosses uro npt to cost ns much as othor  kinds do.���������Now- York Pross."  ". Didn't Know Wheu.  Tho old qnost-ion ns to the fighting ability of rogulurs and volunteors is again do-'  maiuliiig public nttontiou. Tho' regulars  havo vory littlo confidence in 'the fighting  ability of volunteors, and tho volunteers  arc not warm' admirers of tho stoying  qualities of tho regulars. This recalls an  old story. . -     ,  Ak retired army oflicer who servod  through tho late" unpleasantness was asked  which wero tho host lighters, regulars or  volunteers.     -     ��������� .  "Well, both woro brave enough, but the  volunteers would fight'longer than the  regulars." - .... .  "How do you account for that?"  "That's oasy. Tho fool volunteors knew  so littlo about warfaro thnt thoy didn't  know when they woro whipped."���������Omaha  World-Horald. -      "  No Way Ont.  "Ef anybody iz lookin fur mo to ga  down to Cuby to bo' all shot up by tbein  Spaniards, thoy air mighty bad mistaken."  "But you oon't keop out? They will  conscript you."  "I'll teooh skule." '  '  "You hain't got no eddiknshun."  "Thou I'll preach."  "_~o church won't havo you."  "I'll run a newspaper."  ,   "Youhaln'tgot nooredlttorunhiton."  ."Waal, I can ooiuraib suioide, oan't I?"  ."Naw; you'ro-too dawlsd lazy."���������Atlanta Journal.  A Plauilbla _Exo_se.  Pat, heretofore of "irroproaohable character,��������� liad-beon-arrosted-for-stealing. a  quarter of beef.      < " .,  "Prlsonor," inquired tho judgo solemnly, "whatever possessed you to do such s  thing?"  "May lt plaze yer honor," responded  Fat,'without moving a musolo, "Ol'wae  tauldto." ;'  "You wero told to?" demandod the  judgo in somo surprise. "And who told  you to?"  "Mo doctor. Shure an ho tauld mo to  tako plinty of nourishin food."���������Brooklyn  Lifo.  '  Proficient.  ' " "Tbo idea of holding that woman is nol  amply flttod to enter publio life!" sho exclaimed. "What is thero of moro valuo'tc  ono in publiojifo than tho art of eitoin-  poraneous speaking, nnd whon it comes tc  spooking extemporaneously"���������  "My door," ho Interrupted, for only th.  night beforo ho had failed to get homo un<  til into, and the momory of what happened  was still fresh with him, "your point it  well tnkon. When it comes to speaking  extemporaneously, man is really only a  base imitation."���������Chicago Post.  RED COSTU_fE.  S'h a printed design, sometimes run-  tg, somctimos dotaohed, and blues, reds  11 grcons of all shados are the preferred  IMrs. ���������  . sow silk, analogous to foulard, but  Joker and-heavier, although very soft,  V.a ohangcablo ground vvith a .small,  .c'e? design prlntod upon it���������small  Isnges, dots, triangles, brokon lines nnd  lilnr figures���������and the ground tint is  Lerally bright in tone.  J~or black gowns orope do ohlne ia muoh  I'oloyed, French manufacturers having  iuced an imitation which vory closoiy  ('rubles tho gcnulno oriental fabrlo.  |i9 is sometimes printed with whito or  [it designs, the newest boing a slmula-  i of lace patterns.  I'he gown shown ln the Illustration is  I red cashmere. The lower part of tho  Brt is composed of a circular flounce  Ihout gathers at tho top nnd deeper bold than beforo. Abovo this nre flvo  Ifing bands of bluck velvet, fastened nt  Yslde by jet buckles. The bloubo, whioh  J n plaltod yoke of ivory silk, is covorcd  J.h undulating bnnils of blaok velvet,  Itened by jet buckles, and tho rathor  *n, round basquo is trimmed in tho-nino  by, as are tho tight sleove _. The soft  ft of blaok velvot Is scoured  by a bow  1 buoklo. JUDIC CUOLLCT.  Their Dreadful Fate,  "I often wonder," said Miss Sprooket,  "what becomes of tho popular songs,  Thoy aro so soon forgotton."  "They meet with a dreadful fato," replied Mr. Snokes.  "How is that?"  "Everybody murders them."���������Detroit  Free Prosa.    Mr. Anbury Peppers.  "They who bow tho wind," said the solemn hoarder.  "Yos," remarked Asbury Peppers, "it  is well known that thoy who sow the wind  havo a ripping time of it."���������Cincinnati  Enquirer.  "Bloyolo Puinp, of Course.  Wherein Hooker Stntcn Ills Views on the  Subject.  "Sny, Hooker, hero's that book I borrowed from you about threo months ngo.  I suppoMi you bad forgotten all about it."  "No."  "I ul ways like to return a book that  I've borrowed."'  "That's right."  "I camo across it Inst night, nnd I just  snid to niysolf, 'lly Goorgo, I must take  .Hint buck to Hooker;'so I brought it down  with mo this morning."  "I'm glud you did. I wouldn't liko to  lohoil."  Aftor n moment or two of ombnrrnssed  sllcnco tho mnn vvho had roturnud tliu  book turned around iinel went out. Hook-  _r hit, thu desk with his fist.  "Did you over nutico," ho nsked, '-'that  whon u mnn lot urns a borinvved book or  nn umbrella ho nets ns if lio wero handing  you monoy right out, ot his own pooket?  You uro put in the iittiluilo uf ono accepting nlni... llosconis to think that hois  doing you uu iiniiioiiso favor and that  you ought to bo duly thankful. Now,  thero's thut book. IIo borrowed lt nino  months ago wilh n solemn promise to return it in less thnn a week. IIo brings it  to mu this morning, nnd becauso I didn't  toll hiin Hint I wus extremely thankful  ami ever so much obliged ho thinks I'm  un ungrateful character and can't appreciate a groat kindness. I suppose tho next  timo ho borrows a book from me ho won't  roturn it nt nil."���������Chicago Record.  MIGHT IT.  Wliero'Thcy Woro.  jl:. 1  Sandy MncSwat���������Hoot, mon I Ha' ye  Bumnint for freckles?  Clerk���������Certainly. Rub this lotion on  your fnco ut night. . -  .    MncSwat���������It's a  lung vvno fra my face  to my legs.���������Now York Journal.  The Husband Was Right.  "What's tho trouble? What's tho'troublo all about.?", asked tho tramp as ho approached tho fnriuhouso whore tho .man  mid his wifo wero having a heated discussion.  _ "Why,-my husband claims that thoro  nro ducks that never go in the wator, and  I told him that all ducks go into the water," said the fomalo.  "Woll, your husband's right," said the  tramp, taking off his hat. "I hatos to disagree with a lndy,ol_ your refinomont, but  I must confess that I'm onu of thoso duoks  what your husband rofors to."���������-Yonkors  Statesman.  Children and Fooli.  Mrs. Do Cheddor (consort of a retired  cheesemonger)���������Whnt I boliovos in, Hon?  Mr. Von Furs', is rank. , Givo me rank  cforo anything, I says. "  Tommy Von ��������� Furst (obtruding himself  suddenly)���������Why, you hnvo rank!  Mrs. Do1 Cheddar (pleased)���������Not'yet,  dnrlin, bu'two''ave 'opes somo day, when  tho quoen 'as time to think about us.  Tommy Von Furst���������Oh, but father said  yostorddy that you and your husband always had been" rank outsiders and always  would bel���������Piok Mo Up.  The Flight of Time.  "Who was that'young man who stood  out nt the front gate so long last night,"  asked Mabel's father.  "Thnt was Herbort," sho replied as she  wipod tho corner of hor eyo. "Ho camo to���������  say good by forovcr." c  "Humph! I thought bo must havo somo  such ambition, and it's a good thing I  Blainmod tlio shutters. He said goodby for  two hours and a quarter as it was."���������  Washington Star. _    .    _  ~-  - ,   Soxnowhat Inconsistent. r '  "Show him up," sho said as she lookod  at the oard presented and saw that it was  that of an unfavored suitor.  A  little   later   she announced   to her  dearost   friond   that   she   had" promptly  "turned him down."  Thus wo seo that woman is as much of  a contradiction  and  a~ riddle as ever to  thoso who do not study hor with a slang  dictionary.���������Chicago Post. c.  Trapped.   .  Attornoy���������You say this defendant kissed  you in a dark room? --  - Fair Plaintiff���������Yes, sir."  Attornoy���������Will you ploaEe explain to  tho court how you came to enter a dark  room with tho dofendant?  Fair Plaintiff���������Oh, itwasn't dark when  wo went in. I turned tho light out afterward.���������New York World.  Not Particular Enough.  "You will marry a tall, dark gentleman," said tho fortuno teller, examining  tho lines in tho fair hand.  "That doesn't help me," despairingly  roplied tbo lovely blond who had called to  consult her. "AU six of them axe tall,  dark gentlemen!"���������Nuggets.  Convenient.  Ferry���������Tbat Isn't much of a tailor you  aro patronizing now.  Hnrgreavos���������I know ho isn't much of a  fitter, but he is so shortsighted ho can't  recognize n man ten feet away.���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  The Irls___on Were  Determined to Fire  at Least One Shot.  Pnt and Miko wero fast friends. Where  ono wns tho other was also. It happened  thut Miko vvas compelled to go into tlio  navy, and Pat boenme his voluntary comrade.  Thoy took a long cruise on tho gunboat  to which they wero assigned, but on returning to their native Cork were compelled to admit that thoy bad not fired n  single shot.  "Thot's bud!" sold Mike to his friend  as thoy wero on deck by ono of tbo big  guns. "Tho boys vvill bo nfther laughing  at us when they know that nivur a shot  wns fired on tho whole orulso." Then,  nftar a momont's thought: "I'll toll yo,  Pnt, we cun go to shoro with thot record,  so wo can't. Lot's fire this big gun oh?'  onco jist for luck."  "Good boy I" said Pat. And thoy went  to work.  Suddenly Mike weakened.  "Sny, Pat," sold he, "when tbe admiral  goos around the ship oountin tho cannon  ball and this one is missln there'll be the  divil to pay."  Pat scratched his head.  '"I'll tell yo what," ho exolalmod.   "I'll  go down and  got n wash  boilor, stand in  front, catch tho ball, and then we'll put it  buck again.    How's that?"  "GoodI" said Mlke._ "Ye're a daisy,  so yo uroI"  Put was as good as his word. Ho sneaked j  below nnd soon returned with a copper  wash boiler, taking u position in front of  the big gun, ready to catch tho ball.  "Aro ye ready?" oallod Miko.  "Yis," said Put squeamishly, "but let  er go nsyliko, Moiku."  Bung I Tho thunder of tho big gun  brought tho admiral and his brother officers from below.  "Horo, bore!" cried the commandor.  "What's this going on here?"  Miko was shivering in his shoes, palo as  a ghost. ,  "Woll, yor honor," ho stuttorod, "ye  seo, it wore this way: Pat and I wero  thlnkln how as wo had boon for a month's  cruise and nlver onco did we firo a shot.  So sez Pnt to mo"���������'  '���������What   are   you   jabbering, about?"  growled tbo admiral, giving the .man a  stroke with the fiat of his sword.    "You  can't blame it on anybody else. ' You aro.  here all alone, sir."  "Holy smoke!'.' cried Mike. "I tako mo  oath that Pat was horo just this minuto"���������  - "But whoro is ho now?",    .:  "I���������I don'jt know," faltorod the shivering comrado, peering through tho smoke,  "but I think, yor honor, that he's gono to-  shoro   in   a   wash   boilarl"���������Now York  World.  .     -    "- '    . -  Flint Sparks.-        _ -  It is a long lano that is all turning.  Tho best of us aro those who have no  worst sido. . -.  , Tho curso of mentality is not that it  quostions, but that it questions itsolf.  '' It is  a foolish philosopher who cannot  learn wisdow from a littlo child.  No man really appreoiateB a failuro until ho'has learned what it' moans to score  o succoss.-_    . - '  Wonion are more often decbivod ln men  than in oach other. Men aro moro often  deooived in each other than in women.���������  New-York Press. .  Poroy���������Say, papa, Mr. Byker told me ta  aik you for the loan of your pump..  Uncle Hayley (on a visit)���������By gosh I  Wants the loan of tho pump I It's funny  thoy don't send ln for the loan ot tbe well  jgg-g? Iti* U.���������St. Iiouii Post-Dispatch.  Inured.  "I always call on Miss Gimp and Miss  Panks tho samo evening."  "What's that for?"  "After I have board ono talk Icnn stand  lt to hear tho other one sing."���������Chicago  Record.  Would Not Take Hi* Own Medicine.  Guest (in cheap restaurant)���������Here, wnit-  erl This meal is simply vile. I won't pay  for it.    Where's the proprietor?  Waiter���������He's out at lunch, sir.���������New  York World.  Wu Another Story.  "What is thnt you havo there?" inquired  tho editor ns Mr. Kipling entered the oflice.  "Thnt?" said tho famous author. "Oh,  that's another story."���������New York Truth.  A Clue of Vice Vena.  The Village Doctor���������Back "from New  York, chf I suppose you took in the town.  Hez-kiah (sadly)���������Nope; 'twar t'otbei  way round.���������AlnslU's Magaxine.  A Preference.  "I used to t'ink vory serious of onlist-  ln," said Meandering" Mike. "Somo rif_  dom soldiers dou't have scarcely notbin to  do."   . '     '*. .. .  "Yes," repiiod Plodding Pete, "an then  ag'in they're jes' as li'ble as not to have to  carry a gun by the hour.an mob bo fight."  "Dot's jes' do point. I conoluded it 'ud  be better to stiok to tho army of tho unemployed an not take no ohancos in hopes of  heln among de unemployed of the army."  ���������Washington Star.  Domestic Economy.  - Daughter���������Pa, you remember you told  mo to savo all the pieces of string from  store packages and wind tbein into a ball.  Economical Pa���������Yes,0my dear. Did  you?  -  Daughter���������Every bit, and lt makes the  outcst little ball you ever saw. Now I'm  going to knit a handy littlo bag to put It  in. Givo mo $1.60 for zephyr, please.���������  New York Weekly. ���������  _..,'"'% The Way of a Maid.  ,' Bertha (reading)���������"Ho had a hyacinth-,  inocorbnatlon thnt, was as rich and rare as  tho efflofescenoo of .somo opulent growth."  Isn'tthat beautiful?  Edith���������Exquisite I Bat what does it  mean, I wonder? __.  Bertha���������Who shall be able to say? That  is tho most beautiful thing about it.���������  Boston Transoript.  She Meant Well.  Mistress���������Why, _ Bridget, you surely  don't consldor those windows washed?  Bridget���������Suro, I washed 'om nlcoly on  tho inside, mum, so yo can look out, but  I intentionally lift thlm a littlo dhirty ou  the outside so thlm aignorant Jones children nlxt door couldn't look in.���������Now  York Truths   The Ptomaine Fad.  "They tell mo tbat young Dr. Pumphroy  Is making money hand over fist."  "How'dld ho strlko It?"  "Why, ho's got tho fashionable folks to  believo that ho is tho only ptuinahio expert  in town."���������Cleveland Plain Doalor.  " . Poems of Passion.  He���������I thought you said your friond was  a passion poetess. LI find her productions  well balanced and strong in common sen so.  She���������But you should seo her fly into a  passion when sho can't make her words  fit the motor.���������Detroit Freo Pross.  His Inference.  She���������The type of man I admire most lb  tho man with forco pf oharacter.  He���������Indeed 1 I never knew I was thab  lort of a man before.���������Cincinnati En-  iluirer.          Sanger Awheel,;,  Ko matter how stout a man's courage may be,  There aro times when he's certain to quail.  Though the blazing of battle he calmly may  see.  In pcaco all hi. firmness may fail.  Though bullets which sought in his being to  ledgo  Serenely he often defied,  Be'11 tremble and pant as he straggles to  dodge  The girl who is ley_Ing to ride.  A mnrksman afar will perchance miss his aim  When dynamite deadly is fired,  For o'en mathcmnticnl skill e_annot claim  To guarantee all that's desired.  Bnt when her front wheel seems to waver a  bit '  An_ sho thinks that it's timo to collide  Ton tcnow you're a target that's bound to be  hit  .   By the girl who is learning to ride.  ^_         ���������-"ashing-m |U-i  If you want employment, or  looking for a houso to reDt when  you reach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver Employment  and  House  Renting1 Agency  331,    Hastings    SLreot.    West.  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  Tfee Vernon Soda  Water Works . .  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  MantifactU'or nf Soda Water. 3Inge'r  Ale, SursapiiUaiind ull Soft Drinks.  A full sunply kept lit stock at Mc-  duty's Cold Storage, whero orders  can boloft. uSOsw-tf  JAS.   McMAHON  Genes al  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  Wagons, heavy nnel light, built to ordor or  rcpaucd,   Hoibc-ho.i-i. a speciaitj'.-  Shop on"Douglis Strcot, East, ItsvclstoLc.  S. AluMahon, Miinoger. '  Shop'on First Strcot, just v>ost of Union  Hotel, Rovclstokc Station. Jin McMahun,  Manager. a!_-L_  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Materia!  ani Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. "We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS '  Kevelstoke Station, B. C.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist^ Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf  MONEY   PROFITABLY?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   -. -   -   -  ^EVELSTO^E  IROrl WORK  Blacksmithiiie:- Jobbing:  '    Plumbing.   PiPe Fitting  Tinsmitliing  " Sheet Iron ,Work  "-;   Maoliinery KePaired -  - .       . . ii  Miniqg Work a Specialty.__________5.  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.'  llevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Boom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  Wood! Vtfood!  .Guaranteed Full  ^Corel-Measure..,-.--.  It lias been predicted by leading men of Canada thnt Revelstoke will  be oue of Lhe le~aeliiig cities of West i-ootenay. That its unique position  where lho C, P. It. crosses the beautiful Columbia valley, with water transportation co the north and south and in close proximity to the richest mine*  in Kootenay, making its location unusually favorable. If you want to invest  your money in manufactories, real estate, or mining property, visit  llevelsleike, the "Gateway to the Kootenay."  We nre moving to the front and no obstacle will or can impede our  wonderful progress.. Do not forget that you will never buy real estate aa  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 wliich river the town is situated, have,  been the stage upon which strange scenes have been displayed and wild and  clarintr exploits pei formed by the thousands who entered this district during  the '07 gold boom in the Big Bend.  Revelstoke is probably one of the oldest towns in the interior.   And it  was not until this title question  was settled that Revelstoke really began t������  forge ahead, commercially and otherwise.   Growth was slow until 1S97, but"  the old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and smarted 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. Revelstoke is not only a mining town, but iu  now and will be increasingly so in'the future a railway point of considerable  importance in the C. P. R. system and a distributing centre for the business of.  Ihe rich mining districts included in the section popularly known as North  Kootenay. Its importance in these connections is due to its unique geographical position. Seated in a beautiful open valley at the point of intersection  of the Columbia river and the C. P. R. main line, it commands the passef'  running north and south, to the famous gold fields of the Big Bend and the.  rich mineral lead, 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 ."unction of the main line and the Arrowhead branch of the C. P. R., by  which access is gained to the South Kootenay by rail aud 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 of geographical position alone'Revelstoke bas forged'  to the front until the little mining camp of a few years ago"has become a town  of considerable importance to the business of the province.       i  '        The mining industry is still in its infancy, but with the careful expenditure of capital in development work will grow to laige dimensions.  '���������       Largo nieas of land in close proximity to the town are covered with  timber suitable for lumber, but probably just as valuable, as fire wood, there  being 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 than the supply, train loads -  being imported from other points every season.   This should betaken into  consideration' by. intending settlers. . '   '  Across the river from Revtilstoke an excellent clay_ exists for the making of brick in vast quantities, which commands a high price at anv 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 tovvD, underlying which' is a -  -tiatuin of gravel that ensures a natural drainage. A short distance up the C.  P. R. track, east, to the Illecillewaet river, is a canyon and falls,-'which must  be seen to be fully appreciated. The power from these falls is now being utilized by ahe Revelstoke Water, Light to Power Co. for running their fine electric lighting plant. They have an unlimited power which later on will he  useful for manufacturing purposes and running the proposed street ear line.  <-' A  t "* *r*l  '-.'-"_" I  ��������� -J _���������"���������'I  ?~?5 :z������z  " 0  ' Subsepibe. fop. tlie Daily  op  Semi-Weekly  J"*' JHepald and Keep Postedon JJoptfo Kootenay..  FERGUSON  The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines  Be Sure and register at the  BJILMORJIL JiOTEL  The undersigned has a large supply*  of Hemlock, Spruce, Fir and Pine  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood vvill kindly leave their orders  with Mr. W. M. Lawrence, Reqclstoke  Station, or with H, N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  " 17ntf. '"      FRANK JULIAN.  IV Jl,   FRETZ  Contpactop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  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The table is provided with the best  the market affords.     Rates from $2  ��������� to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  Canadian  *       *    **  _  Pacific  Railway.  _���������"-,-  -"- * _  ���������1'. uU  AND SC C> PACIFIC LINE.  ���������" Pioneep  ���������  Stores  ,Mof Fepguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything to to found in a Kentral store.  Foet Oflice lnconncction.  At our TEN-MILE BRANCH Ftoro  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and'all Miners' and Prospectore" Supplies are  kepi on hand  C. B. JWaelean  ARCHITECT. .  and BUILDER  Estimates fn-nlshcd. Plans and specifications m8de. Am also prepared to do  shop and job work on the shortest  notice. Satisfaction K-amntotd la  every case.   Oall or write for tcrmn.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  Sam Needham  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  Clothes  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revklstokb  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukon and   Klondike Gold  Fields.  To Eastern and European points.  To Pacific Coast, China, Japan,  and Australia. - - -  TOURIST CARS  Run daily and are models of  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  .  Tickets issued through and  baggage checked to destination.  Daily Trains Leave Bevelatoke  Eastbound 7:40 a.m.  Westbound..' :.5__0 p.m.  Southbound for all Kootenav  points ........8 a.m.  For    information,   time   carde,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  ���������   _, Agent, Revelstoke.  "W.   F.   -Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. 3. Cotle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  Kaslo&SlocanBr  TIME C^RB u  Subject to change -without notice.  Trains run en Padflo S__3__rdT___e,  GOING -WEST DjULT -OHIO X1R  8:00 a, m Leave Kaaln _~ rrtve 3.-0 p m  8-36am ...South Fork... 3:15pm  936am ��������� ....Sproole'e.... " 1:15pm  .5_5iam T ���������Whitewater... ���������* ������00pm  Mkraam * ....BearLake... ������������������ liMpm  IO-48am ��������� ...McGntean.... ��������������� _L33pro  10-Bam '������ Cody Junction - 1:12pm  lCt-Oamiirive.... 8audon>..��������� Leavel������0p  ; cost icne  Leave 11:00 a m....Sondo_i....Arrive 11:������ a m  Arrive _1_U a m ....Ccdr Leave 11:25 a m  BOBEBT.IKVINO  J GEO.F.COPKLAND  G. "t". and P. A.      1      Enpeitottn ait Local, Personal and Political.  Rem: lull"-"' '" L.licll'lltl.''  Veiti> for lC'llii- .ind $1.30 a dav.  which shall we have?  i  <~vjust Arrived^  A.-* limn;  does  not   -ccni   l.e>   lit! the  ..iiinlle .*.t doubt, in  llu'  v.'inlil   llml   Hi.'  Vote for St-mlin an. 1 (.liinci.e l.iboi-.   j (invei umeni junly vvill have a  ninjur  Vole fnr Kollio. llic'-Liii'ili'iiir lviii:,'.i'*V i" ;!������'"I'M   i a    matter    Tin  ��������� !';���������. v vniir I'li-i'l ion li,-is vvith one of  Gill & i'i>'-. stylish h.U;;.  constituents, nml in ruiryiiiK thi"Oii.-.h  llio votes and mens uics t'raincil wilh a  view of satisfj'iiii.,; llii'in.  _���������?_ "1  Xr-,  irr  'j-^^^ea^arKiajSaeXtae������ZtB^S^'  Hammocks  Musical  Chinese  Lanterns  Instruments i  Footballs  Tennis  Racquets  Baseball Goods  ! Purses  Pipes  Flags  Croqi  i^t- .<_  Sets  Children's  Wagons  Wall .Paper,  ���������_tc, Etc.  |anada Drug &  Eook Co., Ltd.,  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  UCAL   AriU    GtHtriAL    KCWO  ���������(.'all at Ihe Victoria r.t9:50 ior n Fiaiiiwich.  rroia Mondaj 's Iinily.  Vote foi" "SViHTK nntl pro1-pei it.y.  ���������Frcsli piiiC'ii|iples at Lovi'rir..;'s.  \V. K.Pool is on a trip into thu l-iu'-  cleau country.  .Mr. ,lo:in llnli-liisciii is on a visit, to  to the Halcyon Hoi Spring*..  Miss Maud Robinson It'fl lliis liirn-n-  inir for atrip lo eastern Canada..  Mr. .-uicl Mrs. T. Downs ''returnoil  home from bpol:i'.ii- lust ev.minjj..  Mr. T. A. Pippy of lho Arrovvhi'.-nl  Saw unci Planing Mills, wns in lown  today.  Mi-. T. .MeNiunrhl. of Golden, went,  down lo thii Iliilcyon Hot" Springs on  Snlii:_l_iv.  '  Mr. Jnhn K. YVond iias received lh.  ceinlruct for Iheo'.velirin of an addition  to the school house.  Mr.. F. W. McGfc-iov returned on  S.iiui-Jay froin a "lliivp weeks' vi-ic lo  ii-ii-nilb .it Kainloups.  F. W. Mc(_".-e~c~"." has been _piio::itei"l  iiinii.isrci" for 111'-' Salmon Arm Co-oper-  .-ilive Co., :it 1-L'Vi'lstiil-i1.  M:-. ami Mis. Chus. Field unci family  li-Liu-tied frcnn a three nioiilh's trip to  lhe e-.lil ci.tmtiy hist nijrlil.  Snaps in wail pap-r nt Biineiy _*.  ~v\'e ;i: e rk-.-ii-inir nut our old lines unci  gelling in new stoek.    C.ill anel _ eo us-.  A special nieetitifr of Mr. "White's  g'.-nei-nl committee will be heM in hi.-  coiiitniitee rooms on V.'i'due.-duy even-  in...  A. li. Clarke lias .-jusl  completed .1  Lawson's   verandah   nnil   aNo    thiee  fancy c.il'ie'S.     Thi-*;   \ c~-..i.ihih   ].-*   l'  flliL-..Lill to.", n.  A speri.-il ineetinir if I>, O. 1.. I'Jo.  i  called   for   Woi'iiesilay   evening.   .Inly  0th.    All   iiii'inli'.'i*.   are   lcquesietl   lo  attend,    lmpoilant.  A careful analy .!_* of llie voLor.-' list  mac:'.- Iiy the.- local committees show  that Mr. White vvill shindy sweep lhc  IjiielL-a.il ami Arrow l.ahecountry.  ~"ih~P"������~r.-r.-"T-i:er!t~Tisi:--clnrit. rclmiiiiir.r^j'--'��������� U~} . i  natty n.iirei. in for the   IV.li.h   l.-lmii-   Ti-iou.! c.I   tin  hi.i rifle coitip.inie.-.    The   tunic  i.s  eif  -soft lit-own l-i.-ilifnx tweed, with I  l'ein'l. l'ori.et, the lneeiin:. of Mr.  Whiie.'s qeticiiil coiiiiniltt e limi^hl.  '���������(Iieiiler love hiilh no in-iii." for the  wiii-Uin^iiinii, .Il'iiT Now. I hiin Mr.  Kellie.  ��������� If you wi*!i to walk -.tr.'iii.hl. on  elei tion ilny, wear n pair of (Iiii .V- d.".-..  line bonis.      . ���������'  Dr. Mi'Kri-hnie wa-. hurriedly called  tn Salmon Arm la.-l nighl. on iiiofv���������  -.ioiial ii'.i.-l'.fn:*.  -'i'.i lie siiictly "hi il" n:i t'I"i li in  illy yon must, wear one of (.iii i!>~ Co'...  lovely neiktie.:.  Vv'hy is Kellie :m oppsi! ionist? Will  lie an .wer llie sanieit-, In: liiil in Peterson's h.ill not very lur.f. ."IS"?  ���������~-.S"itIi the money yon win on elee-  liim in-il-.t> y.nii" i\ lie "happy l-y tnl"i'i ���������  home il p'lif ol' (iill to Co's. superb  Inpeltry e urtains.  (J. II. S'.vor.i hns retired fiom (In;  ecuitest in Dewdney. leaviiif; Charles  \V!i_lh..ii!, .1. P.. Hi Villi on lhc-'ppn-  .-'.tioii lie!*et alone.  ���������Do nol ico lot he prllinir booth itn-  Iosk vo'i nre' wearing on.- of r"ill to Go's,  eoloretl liei.-'oin .-liir!-:. the latest out.  The. (.laiiihiiir-ioiinson champion  bo-il. race raiiiC' oil on ."uri-arel inlel  l.-isl iiixht. nnil re'iilted in ;i win for  (i.iinlaiir by four len^tha.  ��������� To bo 'veil, eiiv-'secl on eie; Lion ov  any olhei' day. you should wear one of  Giil it Co's. pei foci, lining shirts.  '���������Whv aie yon a supporter of ?.tr.  KeHi.���������'_���������'' "Oil! he irnl. ni'-' my posilinn  ���������--ome y.-at - .".;ro, and I must I inn with  him. sn jjli.il. if I'li'cLC'tl, I can fen I her  niy t'C-sl."   Ah!  Did anybody ever hear of the  ICiiiilt'ii.-iv" Smail licint; waved over  aliyhodv's head, quilled, nieiitioned or  .-illiided to in any shape or form rtui'injr  lln.' vvliolc of lhis present, contest?  ���������'I am a friend of tlio people,"' said  Mr. Kellie. '-Ver*. h-.il von e-Miiii lo ho  the people yourself."'said the elector,  anil then followed a silence thai was  fell Lo he more eloquent than wui-cla.  How ninny iifl'il.ivits clop. Mr. T. ,1.  C'rai-.aine. wnnl. lo the elTeet. Ilinlj lie  ���������wns pte'ii'tit, al the ���������nei'liiifi culled tn  elect delegates to tl-.e f_;overiimeiiL  convention ? I'.ec.uisc be can have  them. .j  .1. SI. Kellie is hnleling meelii-i;.* nt,  Thomson'.--, Landing and (iom;~ri!ix  lod.iy. Messis. Vvr. M. IJrown and A.  Jcihiis-.n a.-cep'i-d ihe invit.-ition   In iro  down and bold up ."���������   t hat ���������_;!'nI.1-.-linn was  Ihu bid arrived.  ���������.I l.'tCi-lului e,   il    bn nines  sei 'mu-.     e oi.sieler.it ion  .-iiiioiii: Hi." electois. who ale nol, piirli-  ���������/iiii.- nf one -ii!-' ov lhe o! ber,  as In llie  i.iiul ol lii'.ine l!ev e'.slnlvi' will cuL wilh  il*. iiii'iiiiu'i'  viMiiuinj; ii  iliiiir  on   lbe  tippo-iltc'ii '..iiie uf llu: heiiire.  thnt iis nl  i eun *e in I he   highly   inipl ulmlile   eon-  li'.ii'i'iii'y of  Mr." Kellie  i-nri yiiij.   lhis  riding. '    5'lvi'ii I'.i;* l.ei-.l fiiemls will lie  free lo .".limit   tiiat   Tvlr.   Kellie'M   p.-t.-t  i"iii'"i'i" ns -t li".',i*!..lnt' hi'.s  not   been   ol  such siirp:i-������.in;_;  hl.lHani'.'  as   to   war-  intit the. eoiieli^ieui  that   his   per-mini  weii-dit as a member of I lie   enipeisilion  u ill 'uu very i':ir wilh the j-iivertiini'iil.  This low i-. inul liiliu;; is ju.-i ne-.w nl. mi  iiiipiu l.inl eri*i-  in   ils   i-niver,   betciii*  nil';., ins il i-. to t.the   il.* pl.ue in    the  i'i nil I.    tiHi'i.     of   mining   elistrii ts   in  ivoi'Ieii.iy.    We .ire likely  to  want, ii  Hood deal fiom Lhe trovi'iiniient in Li.e  inimedi.ite future.    Is  it, advisable  In  t hi ow n-.v.iy nnv points  in   the  jj.-inie'r  I.*, il .-ulvi-alile to rim any risk of being  l epi eyenled Jiy n niemberin iipinisil.iiiii  wiio, even when  suppiu-lini; the  }tov-  e'l'iiini'iil.   eilliei'  never Irieeli'r  never  knew how to ������cl UiejusLreiiuireiuenls  of his ci.:i*.tituenis -.upplierl.      I'^ven a  a   govern ment.     nieiiiber   Mr.    Kellie  never  did   very   much    for   us.    How  much less is hi: likely lo iiccoiup'.i. _i as  a suppoi lei" "f the uppositieiti?    This is  a point which   i.s  worthy of  con-sider-  alioti.    \Ve have ;j;ot,   Lei  gel   the   protect ion work for lhe liver   t-iul;   enni-  plet-'ii.    We have jro"u !o  ^i-L  the  liiy:  Hi .ul opened up.     Wo have got to jjel  a lot of waj_rL_y.il roads  cuiisu lifted,   if  pii'*silile a   railway   built, in    the    i,-.r-  di-iu.    We shall wiint for lhe next few  years wh.-it. mi__;ht,  even  seem   to   outside critics n dis-p:"opiirlicni.-itc amount  of   pi'eivir-.eiiil    money   spent   in   this  rilling.      But we have eit Iter to e;et nil  the.-e tilings done nr  slaprmilo.     yhnll  wej eli'pi'inl   fur them   on   Mr.  Kellie,  whose inllueiiee even as .i hupp.'irl.or of  Ihe   government,   was     never    oilier  very ureal or else novel'   very eneipfel-  ica'ily exerted, and .-is n niember of lhe  opposition     would     fall   below    zero  aiioiti-1 her.    or   sh.ill We   consult   Lhe  pio__ji-e.s:i nf ihii  rid in;;   bv  M'ndini^  lo  i epie.'seiil us .it Victo'ri.-i a mini of  considerable force of chnrneler, of enemy  nud iibility. a iii.iu who will   mako  his  marl; in lhe letcis-lalure  inul   who   will  possess .all lhe infiuonee  rlci-ivcd  i'roin  I liese C|ti.ililies to brine;   to   bear   upon  the f������iivi'riiiiii~iit in presenritiR io Iheir  iilli'iilion Lhc; le^iLimiiLei noods  of  his  Whiie'a end. as  not, in Lown when  THE CHINESE OPPOSITION  Nothir.p; was heard aboiil lbe  Cliiitete ipiestinn last nii?ld. for a very  H'ood leason. .Mr. Semlin vvas there  iind it, was :i delicnle Mibj'Tl to introduce. iMr. Seiiilhi hnd .".nol her chance  to deny lhe cliin-j.;;" ninde. ui_;ain..|. bim  over and over :i������.>iii both in lhe piess  and on llie pintfn-.-iu. ol bein^ il coii-  sliinl. employer nt Chinese labor on his  private ranch, lie did itol deny il been use he could nol honorably do so.  He hns for year*, and Mill does employ  from sis lo eii;hi I'liiiiniiioii on this  ranch nntl makes no hones cither.  Neither li.-i.~-: there been ^iven out, ns  far as the 11 i:it.\T_)~ knows, nny answer  Lo the charge made lu-ie on the public  plntl'iii-iiliy Mr. lil'i'i.R Hint lhe New  ViHicoiivi'1" Cti.'il Coinpaiiy, one- of the  biltRcsl. emplnyei-s ui' Chinese litbnr in  the province, "is (he company which is  pulling up the funds I'or the 0|-.pu;*i-  linn in.the pre-scn! c.imj'.iiifn. .Mr.  l.'iillein i.rii'il to wiiu.'^le oul of il, in a  speech which he miiile. in the lower  country, hy (piibblin:. over lhe name  uf li.o t-iinp.-uiv. He -"'-"'I l'll! Viin-  euuvee Coiil Co. was not pudinw Lho  monev up. He wa;- i-.i_.I__.. It is lhe  New Vancouver Ci'ii! Co.  And lliesij are the men who iiro  .-u-fiiv.ni; tho Turner s������ovei'iiinent of  not lieiuf; silicon: iu Iheir elVorls to  toMrict Chinesi: iinniii;ratio!i inlo ibis  province. Thev usU llio elector.-ito to  ttive tlicm the. i-ijjlil lo InUe this  liKitlerouL of ihoTurnei" pivii! niuenl's  li-mils. lines nnyhody in his senses  suppose LhaL a parly, whose professed  lender is n consistent employer of  Chinese labor, and whoso linniicinl  backer is one. of the largest, employe __  nf Chinese lnhor in i lie province-, is  ���������iciinijf to his very piessiiif. in their  dciiiiinds upon Lhe" Uuniinion i<overu-  ment, lo eli-isfiiiioLlii!n.('IVeclivelowni-ds  blocking the How of Chinese coolies  inlo lhis piovince ?  This Chineso lnhor ninllrr is nn  excelleuL political try. It wns used  wilh imtiiuii-o cITect in tliis provinco  in the Inst Dominion eleeliou. Promises wero then ninde by tiie eippos.it ion  whicli turned a lot, of voleis. The  opposition that made those promises  is luivv the. govern in.'i".t of Canada and  whnl hnvo ihey doner Simply bucked  overv ntLempt" lo hiiiiji lhe question  jup fnr'.liscnssion ir. the bouse at, all.  '���������-Art! the electors of KooLenny going*  to swallow lhe same old bail a second  time'.' -,  -  EEAXiBI. I__N"  Agent Vol' Llie  BlicKoiisdC'i'ror'  Typewriter'  Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy  Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  post on~~~ij,_rc:E3 aa'o~E~-~Ei, 3n~~i'v-i_i3XiSrroi-c_Hi _ _3. o-  to  El_3"  -������&"_  %K1  "}j ir  :_ Li a  ^������5-o*a!  rr'-)  J It���������-J  V1 - t   -"(y.^-j   s^^-s,    ������������������  ������-ip.5__      ll- -__.'.     ���������_*;/ \!*-. "^'A    '���������*  i>-_l  m  |_r'ar>!_ae_t--ti       Lii   *<s&**  (0    ������>M,  ii  i'&r1  '_. _.  Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade  in   i lb. Jars  and 4 lb. and  ���������/lb. Tins.  Crosse & Black-veil's Jam.      Maconochie's Pickles.  Tctley's aud Other Choice Teas.  A Well Selected Stock of Dried Fruits and Canned Goods.  Mother's  Mush, aii  Excellent  Preparation  for Porridge,'  Especially Adapted for Hot Weather.  A 1 Large and Small Cheese. Freshly Made Butter.  New Laid Eggs. Hay, Oats, Bran, Chop, &c.  Bi  -ggw  ���������---���������������-*--  k O  Defeat  j*.  _j_fl.  !-___  Li.  aenay  Kow  it  iit.-  D-*~";n    7%T:t.  ������������������'.IXiii-.i    t������li.  s;;'_  Ho-.v Mr. Kellie I3efri;:i!_cd Them On  the Fi-out I.3.S.2 'iVag-jrori Rond hi  1S94.  List wc"k the ll:~:~".\i..i:  in IHOT) neither Mr. Kollie or  ���������cl ih-it  anv eif his  *!'  e  5?  .Mark Your' Ballot Th  1,  pi iucipnl supporters in lhis plat e lil'i.eil  a lii!;;i-S' to obt-iin I'or the vvorkincr men  ensured iu lual tr issiu^r the river batik  I raise on   the  sw.-.if. shop   rale  01' a  il'ill.ii- and n h-ilf .1 day and nn nitemiit  has been made to deny the el itr_,'e.     It '���������  ii'-o proved thai lie squandered   S^.-.-f" j  of lnur.ey which sliniili!   have j_;.i:h-  to J  el.-velup tiie prnpcilii's of Ihe   wor'-iiiit ;  I u'.i'ii. pin*pectin s and   mineis   of   "~i~h I  ,*~   ialCiceki.n   -i- system   of   11 .e!.'.*.s   tr.ii!-^ j  .v..-i^^oii 1 oads iit'ti   hridsles.   of   which !  the  onlv   e-om eivabio   object   was   ln|  II in':" ��������� - J .-si ele.i'i." a town iu willi h Mr. j  Kellie held a -sixth inter.'-.;, the '-.'iiti'.-!  oi I lie trade of'lhe el i-t i-ic t. .-ind noi.  .'.lli'iupl has been ni.itle lo an.-v.-t;' tl'.'-{  cliiii-jte. In the face nf these! nii.in- ;  swei'i'il     unci     iiii.-iu.s'.vi'i-.ible   ehiu-jre.** j  e-iinl.iniics   lo. ntisii   as   t'ne.  v.nikimr   "im'.i.   nnd  thei  liner I      Rut   lhis   is    nut   .-ill.      The j  idLliii Qi L ULd  Have Tried Our Store  And are new our  Customers   Gent..' Fiiriu3liiiig.-s-  Bools aiul Shoes  PrOHpectovs' Supplies  Camping Outfits  Euminsv, Ur.dorwcar  Hats und Ctips  ���������Shirts, every description  Groceries, fi.lJ'resli  'Floar  .Teas nnd Coffees  DuLLer nnd Egps  . Ganried Goods  o  Vegetables "   ���������  ������j_*ew  6  B������N'T READ THIS  lint If you elo, we will tell you uf sonic of llio i_or.it,. we hnvo in stook.  F.v,!i'\ Lliiinjr you require for llie kiii'lu-n from the cliomi e-oolc sieve to a  imliici.' rnni;c. jVII sons nf eooliiny utensils In 11tt, copper, granite nnil litokle.  .Ul tlie lntosl kltclicn uoveliles,���������iisbo-,lo.s cnoklni; units, pntetit grntcrii,  lovolviuj? enko entler.-., etc. Wire nooels, in nil lhie-s,���������liini cngus, blrel nests,  Iii nl g lasses. gap-ilcoils tor tin- piospeeloi-, for the miner, for the sport,  duns, miles, Kevolver.*-, Curlriilijes. f.a_~-llurilwiire, TIiiMiiltlilng,  1'Kinls,   Oil.   (Iliiss,  lilc.  W. ffi. LAWRENCE.  --U>    _i__  ��������� _.y i*'-5  Minor-; nntl j-i-asppoloi--.  ou iii itetl niibiiurt noti������'c.  FAlalji^  'I lie Poop!  k"-v r-_;Ji   ��������� ?=_  _t-S __. _J Kj' "-Ji -  ..^������iX"r>._s_5_!___-ISsirio'-feSriry- cir^~<"  Jl_ii.i~_4 v.uj.1 kJ     j__"i__j  ........ ^-. .**���������,-*��������� 1- : r.-riin,_/  _Vi:.If i op. rf.5fTun .rr. r  Forth  by an Opposition   Cnndidati  As to Kootenay  li  1  ,-ei-  was    pre.���������������ul   ;ll:'l    nl-ii   .-i.lilri-ssi',1 tp,. ���������-mi's Ij.'-iuliitL; in older lo ;_' L     -lip'iiy  iiie-c*tiiis:iiiil tlie .".il'.i'u i_,il 1 :itlu-r w.u tu j >iieni ml ibis   rn.-.d   ntid    vv.iito.l   tlut'i  before il'-losed. j ;<>; -..n.i-. nn--ev-ti.-. 1 u:_'   opi-i .il-.mis ii:  ,r,       -v* . i..  .,-    .    ,,. , ,-.,   ,i   :    ��������� i-oi.iiiii'lie.".       'I'll, v    v,.;itl'iI   il.iv   .ifter  The >ews-Adv-! !i-i-r   e-ont.-uni-el  111 |  it^ Thili_ihiy's i���������in-it ;_~-'~i>hii- ii'-i-niii:t 1  nf the  cruel   fm.-t.   v.hiih   bet'eil    Mr. I  ! iv.  vv 1 e!<  ���������11.'  -r  Tiiiiit-r in N.ikn.-p mi Wclii ..s-  ih.v iiierhl. The.'fncioth tt Mr. 'I'm in-i  eliel I.ot !~''t l<> Naku-p at 1!!  that day was .ipp.u.-nt!y uiikuowu te.  ihi- fro. tui.ikei. itl,.i it "i- ei.trj. .-liii.-.l  lui'.!- nul fnr fiom lb.-i-rhl nntl ity  liabi'i.tt of the Keinleii.iy Su. ill.  Goiitr.sctni .Mi.nndeci ue���������lh.-l '.viilihi  five- weeks theie will lie ."i.d'/l iii'-n ,:t  work on tbe (.oust; .11: ...it of lhc  C'ol.iiiebiii to We*t"rn l-tilv. iy l.'-nvei'ii ' nun h.ul !  I!(ib.-.'!i .-uicl Midw.iy. .\t pie-cut Ihey , time mv!  are vvoikintr T'ji) nn'ii. ���������'���������"���������    ���������!���������>   sonli   .1-', by    I'  liter    ww'k,   in   I'lifniied  e.ii-uii-ji nut inline  ."ml  '���������.'.! itej  iui.ii.'v    l.e-y   had   111= lb--  tne.iii'.v.iil   . Wh'l--      tb'-    * t i'..    nt  liibe,*- i mil iinii .1 Mr. W. M. !!���������-..\vi>.  e\ in- '.\.'.- 1 ,iii;i:ittr ,1- 1 he i.-..'l.-iiJ'i..-11-i.i  i-.ij.i'l.l 1!.-   ,i__riii.-,t    Mr.    fd'iii".   lame  .l'.w n in ; i.   11 _1-.H1.'.: ; ,1 hoi,| .1 mi".'" ','fj.  I'i il-.-''-.  ii"    h 1 1  C  l'1'.l  tn  im-iit 1'.'.  v.,11 '-'. ���������  in.uie :i >  11" nod.  j .ie lu. 11  ' h.i'-le.i-"  !-,,-.-t to u  . -'.ll :. d as  ,   I'.e-Vl-lstnki  h .in''* M.i-ech iu -iniy ,  ,.-,,,   ,..'.   . f ''11'" -iii'-r.lol..-   '  i- J>Jlr. White i'-.d.nirel lli.H ���������  I. . . ,    i.-.-e-. l.J  iit ihi- uii-etM-i:  .,'. 1 i <"��������� If -.-"'-��������� -1 l" ''���������'' -''ovi-in- I  v-..,|i.w,   i_\   V'.if <���������:    "VJ' hu' j  ....     T..II.IJI-. :"���������_    "Ir-    I'i"''4'1 '  <���������- ���������.- t:' -il .ne! '-*"��������� ' t'V'- "  1   v.-i v ci." l-f*ll   1' .'"' *.*  !���������;.   i,U\    ;'i'.-iid-.bin   ii'lh    Sir. S  M.-I . li..v...i Ms.- pi.'-s -i.i iiiiiiiMii'-ti-.ilii.ii ;--iv;r.i|.  eii!.-.:     In    l-.;.n    (',.., 11  , <-te'..'l    f"l     Hi"   |"-'l-  .i.il   ask.'1   hiii.    !.���������   ii..   hi-, mem cfih'' I'Miniiy ant  l    tin-   vv.il he   t.-.'..l.i'ei--on why b-\v,,---uii|i.'.'.ni:  I.    .-I-  Mi-ii     is-  be   i-i,:,..,,!    ,���������, Kellie. l'..!!c.������.'.l...i-.:i..rh   to- --...I���������       ������������������  ,       Siil.seep.entlv ai'lec   llu-   lines .is 111..- w,(h   vvh'Cli ;;';.;.;''-;  ���������-:, l*-|,l   .������������������litiiiij   lli.-ie   tm-j.-ir.-now f,.i.,.i:nvH"i-������'h1 nn.xt temp,  lo-.iiiedlln trie-   up lhe-    lll"f~ v~-"������ ~*  l!  ���������;   Th.  Company  [Incotvoi:ati".!> 1070  Most   Up tc-Pp.t,~   Outfittc-rs  in Western Canada.  ���������-wk  tore.  j?  }L������$DGb\Ji  Headquarters For_____<__cos__~~___9!ft.  Clothing, Men's Furnishings,  Hats and  .,.   . Cap.s, Boots and Shoes, House Furnish-  !'    ��������� ings,  Etc.,    Lace    Curtains,   Tapestry  " Curtains,- Etc.  Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avo.. ������_u LLt___._~i~__  Jaines Gill 8c O  .pany..  THE STAR BARBER SI16P  @::_ & # 'si  Cr.i-.dies end Cigars and  Co_-_ctioi:ery. " - Tobaccos.  ������������������'      "(    AH    kinds  of  Hliuvii.,.    Mnlc.-i.-l  ������T7%������' \    Kept   in sloekinul  fur *nle lo tlie  ���������_'���������   <    Tni'lu.    I-riee-ri-.lit.  itttH Hoo.-.i hi Connection, ���������Hot or Cold.  : &Iiop oppo*i''.e     .  Oiiiiii'lii Drii'g i'j libok Co.'s store.  A. H. SL2INN,-PR0PRIE.T0R.  _J a  ���������^   IntiMitlin^ Prospectors siionlil vvrile r._ )J  \ 'for one of our nc-.v ToMcr.-, w.iie'ti >"  u ^ai- contuiiii p.u e-celli-H Vv\, itn.l an rt  ^    *   C-llinntt! of   tl.e   prcl-i-Ii' cn*t of u \:  e-innplele n-.illil for tlie liolil luelrt _ .-  Vl  .*  Hudson's Brey Stores,     tJ  r   .'  ,!i. Ki'ili  ...1'.!-'    I:  ti-.m-port.-itiun t������. hi in^{ thi-irores (I'm I  ��������� n ib- . iinst fin- iivii;liienl. Ko-*.*liiiuI [  .���������I?'.I e.i l."l- .i.i-n.ii (.-iVMls. s.il.1 Air. j  I'i:t'-i-",u, ...i.ul.T i.e--.er be jisnleiiliiil i  p-ii.t-. .t-.id nil -I.- ".loikni.'-u ii'.d iheii-j  I itiii! _���������:, 'e"-t:ii : - .iLtiacled t" the s-.e- !  i.-ll.i    '.".ii-.      lie    p.tilltl-d    j|    .^licvlili'j  t-i ii- , pM-n .' '������������������"' 'v !��������� -I   il.,' ceii.f-tc :ii'..-. we iii lil i  ,,-tii.li,, v.ilii mii.,,;���������i������    in    foil    bl.s-t.     '-'i.e  l'li'l.     l!i:!-.'ll"d  l'.:is .���������   '! ���������;,��������� l-.eillill    Iff-ellllv llll  ij'.it;.'it i.is-ninny eif III" miili'--'.  'el   <_."Vi'lni--' mel with nn.,- !i:  .i,:tic"s' wm ki.'i^   this  \ \ b-.t   was (11" I won!-! be .1,') .)-<.:.-,.��������� tl iy, which w.iuSij  1  Ai-  SI  V'      Cvi-iiARV, j-.'!.. 1, IbSS.  _-r;or.  Caler-ry  B-  ~o ��������� S?rsv;^-,nyzyr,?Jy;  .-ie.  aicuminmeii.lnti-ke   Mpll.e-    J"^ V" ? , VV"!!  '.,lih    Pi','ll    t" lbe "IjIU.c.U.     ll     -i><-.ui ..-.--!-��������� M-/-'.!.;./���������--������������������./.rU' :������ Mr-'P^l  .is tn- Ii'iiiiiiiiou  anii-iv-   i'������    l'-������  ni'-il crnveinti.-iit, who were- i-,--;po-  t. eo : 'i it-- .'!;-iii IU siut-lli-i-s in full  e.p.i.it'._ii nirl vvi.-ilel mc_ n V,\H.li1l .1  d.iy fi-uiii ;'.,������������������ -in -ll'-K- ileiii" in wn^es  lei b.; *,;,��������� :.t -,:i ti;.- e eias-t c iti'.���������*. .ill of  tic/'f-s; ���������������������������������������������hi-ii'".".inil'l h-ipp-ii if lb-.tovern-  ll.-l'i ui'-tit  limit   lln.-   load   ni.-l   Li.e   people  ihe  .!   ftl.  V ���������  th-    li.te    mail    is c.uiipl- t.'il   thr.iili:!-, ' pieniit-i. '.vi i.e ilni. u  freuji Anew Like to <',i-i-".1-t'iry. ."in I ; :ii  tb-   r.'iid.iiir.    Tn-   fi-i-Hiur  uf  i'.  c.iiiips cin   be t-.t.-ilili-hi-cl.  ill   the ini-ii i cumi! \-..i-   iiatutnily   pn-ltj    stiuisurly ,  who   cun    bis   utilized vvill   be  put    lo J-.-.-tinst his e.iudiii.ile.    JSIr.'ji.iv ie ti'ld I -'d'!- fnr   fivi'.ii. _  V-ci-k. liu-iii t'.i.il. I.he win k shoull < e.ii.'iieu. - j lh'~ vive'i-b.iiiK >i> ?���������!������������������''> !K'rf".'  .il fincc-ni'd lb.-.I.  it   the  nppi npi-iiitiiui }     Mr. White   r.i!low-d   SU: t\e\.n- in  was tnu *.iu.ill   it   should   In-   increaw'.! ! r-nivlt.il spci-eb. vvhie-h innei-  a-i! v.-..* ill" ."ulv nf   |Ji-   .jfive-ruuieii! '(-pen',   i'lip:c-inri.     \.<:   '      ,.   ,  n.in   ih- ioiiutiy   bv   l.'iiid.iij;! pclicv. t be t-h.-f  nl.-n.k  <->f  v.lrcii  v  in-!   ti.i'i*.      AI    1 lie   s.iK'.e   I  1,1-���������.-;--. ..!n]Uiie:it, .".r.d shewed^;''ii-i;;-'.'  ,,..-,. ���������   .... .    ,- ,t   . : ne vei v ��������� in ns;!*,-.I'lvi���������el iheni  tl'.i!   i: I lb-it this* vv.is the polie >'r!'  ���������rheb,���������iiie-.--vv,lJI:ecairied   on ..'������">">'! , i,f.,- ,0..���������t ed ii .'. ii *.,:.d  r..,..".,   l.u.it   !������������������! I,,.--;���������' ',,,..,!    in    rl- pi"-  ��������� ���������il  tm , >:  :.!������������������;  liiiiiks lu_ Vniiiv* it .el',  iis id.--.i- n:- .-.ni.ily itlieili.". JC'.'iti'-  u.'u:- d-.,-j:������'i.s h.'tv" i'.'nl. li.e- least  t.f -ve>->-;..;;:,x th'tc oies If. lh  ifi.t Iij-.uiui-,-.i.  Whnt vv-want in i  Haig & Crag's  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke -  "^^' Townsite  MINING,  ������  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  .Mr. Geo.   S. Mi-Cuter,   leienliy   of  Golden and foi merly u l.i-.v p.iiiiu-r nf  Seiiiilor     I.onu'heed"  in   <'.'.l:__ni y.   bis  opened  nil oflice in the MiiNem-   15-i.ik  blnck for lhc pmc tice e*f his pinf-ssioii. J ' "  .... .    . .     , in  I llf'V vv,  ,s.jI.ii-iii ;. ; K���������r).(.I(.iy j, .[���������.!,���������.,* j-,If.|   arid   lluxin^  ,',"'"V  ,-~   .!���������,(!   \\ t: 11   th-   cr.inijitc of   thc-Ciow'ri  [V."    Olltllllffl    Ins ( .- _ -  If  ly  the Till n-t"  .-.ei--     i.vil-.viiy  '��������� Kcil-i.-iy   r>;.-*  ! sitioti  t'.melid ii e  111"    fll'-t      ',-    il���������'Ull'el.  will    be   pinched      in  ���������i -on.   Lhe'  o  for   North Vic toe ia.  Il'   i!n! oi her  opp.i-  l' , _I- .-I--  _-- ,*_.j .*.- ,*���������__���������'-.yj-j ,*_>'* s^,._;4,.<I-.__ _jt-.  -., 4's&::<!������&:&!&^  Don'l Be a  Ready-Made Man  Hunter, ns noted in  yc. Icii-iiy".- News. I It  I  tbe chiiiinii.il ������f lbe'" Sit.lion   nn "lint; j i:;*:.\  icc]iii'-*ie<l th-.iiidionce i.i refrnin fiom j t !���������)-!:!> iieiv. .v rem Tin-: -i;.v.--on !      Mr,  .-iiipliiuse aiiil i.oi*-y cleiiie.i..-Ii'-'ilii>i'.   .is ' ICellie l.ns nlti'ii tied us  imw   elili'-i "i,l  Ippli!  the rc-m.iir.s were jus: iifi o��������� the st i -���������i  from the hull. In cue of I'ri-nds. Thi;  imiiiane ie<|iie_t w.i-. it-pee ttil by tin  itovernment suppni-l.-i.-. but l.u freh  .lisreftaitletl l.y the iippii.silii.iii.l-*. .'.  liotiibie    iii-t--i"l.ie   vi.'-     vviie-.i    at   ihi  ���������l-.v*  .Inse of tilt- Hii-etiiiK Ml". !���������"t-li.'-.l<>infj.-el ( nt, tin  on ;i ch.-iil' nnel  pinp.'Sid   tht-e   cbei-i s ; eueler you I.ei*.  tni-Or-en. vvlncii -i   fevv   had   the    bid  ii*i," to   le-pnnd   to.���������K.i-:lci   -.joiiiii,.;  Nevv_.  | it vvas j., Tii-.'.I-i- ! I iv i  ; me! hnd id 11 eal ietr lb- vviirkin^mi-n i-  , pie.b.il.ly I'.-irt of the  t',',i\'.-i -i.i -   v.h.el  ' i'.v' -I. !..'!��������� h i-"i,":"t.-.  1      We-i _,.i,_r   ii.i-ii.   t!:i-   p.'ii     ..I     Mt. | I  1 Ke!!:.''.*-poiilii.il iciuid.    i !c is e i.Ilin;-'  -.\ cut inl    ."' li       ... .    ,.  ecii.._|,p"..!'le,h- m~ r.'ucb inlei-e-l. lor ,  lb- nt'di-ii.e. v.hich b -cr.-u! lo 'ivv.l'iil" ,  nw.iv i-.-ip-.llv iluritii. Hi'- '-om��������� oi .i.s ,  ,.,.,,',,>_ ', i lh- i .-nt hi-."'.' tl. "������������������.-,  1.,',, ��������� v.-,- i.ii-e.1 r-v F.r',':i" by  ul ciii-.vd iii th- ���������Hire of llie  f. i,t <  11 - f.ti  h  the Lash-Karcilto.i Concert  " jMi-s Miiiniiti.il. altiiuu^b sn yniin-;. j  I.,.'. ��������� !"ppt .1 ti-'!.'. i .I'i '.in- ri-iuil   i, i nk.- j  .-��������� -   III l lm :il K.l.i-t. nlni  Min-- vv Iin Il-'.ve  in.nil   ber   in    I,.i.in.. oil-*,   p.-il!-. tb    or,  Iit..-- >(>.ir ������s.n:ii!tils rut If. your  f.rd.-r. V..ii i-;i������i pli'.i-i' your order nith  n������ ior u* littl.i nvi J1-,."'_) or "'A': for Suits-,  ini'l "1." _. ?'i. "ii, ������T for Tre.ii-er.-���������ultli  tlie |.rivi!p(-cfif iiift'-Iiiif jour -.election  fru.-i. h iirlcty of nearly 7������> ile-inn-..  Sii.-I. j,rif-s are imlcc-d h te-uip-  l:.'i.,n lm! -..Inn l.iu-k.'il up by onr  l;it.,riii:|. ������������������ for firJi-i-lii-s v.i.rk'tuiiiisliip,  tr.iiiiniii,; null fining���������you cun Imnlly  I'.it'i.rl to f.-.crl-iok th'.-" opportunity of  'ti-.' *in_: -."' !l at .1 noininnl e-osi.  F������P~lt   .','e   mnk" your eloih,*",  tluyi'll fit.   eii\t'. ti* n trial onler.  WM.  WHITE,- Q. CJ.   '������������������  Barrister,'- Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc,  ���������Solieilor for linpcriul Ilnnk of Ciinntl-.  Front St., Revelsloke, D.C.   ,  JAMES  MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc: .'  . Ollice:   Covviiu Hlock. 'I'.O.-llox 168.  Third St.;-Revelstoke. B.C.  Undertaking and  Embalriii-'g  R. Howson  & Co.,  M-C_cn-ic **vo.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in bumiturc.  <____? At -L' -Sa  *;*/_______ ���������  The V. ll. Piper Co. lmvu now on liftnil  1'lrst t:iii!,4 Uri! li at ilj;lit pi-liv-i.  lutoiHllii;.  luiiliier-1   v.oui-.du well lo  cull mnl cxmnlue.  Uriel; >nrd Jusl north of tlie nun Club  Krouiiils. _  Mi-.ll onlei-s jirot.-.ptly iitlenileil to.  I'ricoi on nppilcr.tioii.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelsloke, B. C.  HARVEY & M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Oniees: Molsons Hunk Hloek.  Third Street. Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  ELLIS & GROGAN  _v__Ins-rancc,_Commissioi___iid__M_ninir-  Erokcrs,, Calgary, Alta.  -SCiils for llio Queen  I'iro Insiirnucc Co., ol  jVineric-ii.  Ile'prei-entcil l.y XV. Morris, Hevelstokc.  our.  Ilv- tlie carlonsl���������the hest Luke ot the  w'oo.Ii.  Bread...  The best on the market, cither white  or brovMi.  Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries  Host values in Revelstoko.  N,  SMITH  Musical  Instruments  I....1    the t-i-nt     f.p~'f"*'IH  , d nul i'.i.- .1 .Limp'-!'11'".  in    Hilly ifl'"s< ripliv- pi  eii -ill- in. ..-I, vi i  ���������-. tu milium c  it il'e .11 Ii-i.--.'*  b-i  -Toi.  n  mil,  ;'   f>  (.;' tlu  in l*1.1  '.ill.  BIRTHS  lllllllll    t*������ ' v   -  ynu   T-i 1 I  ine ]ii������"d. know iii-; iv biit   vnu   elo .���������tbn.it j���������      -- - ,  Sh: Kclli.'s .ilie-'e.i ii i-r.dsiiii. r..r th.-1 Me (1 i.ii.ni: -At. I'.'vc-l-loke. July 2nd, i n-.t  Wi.i kin:'.lasses. Ui tibev their old- i.s i'i     Mi. .mil Mrs. A. M.(. i efcnr, u son.       I ti  , tllob-  |     .Miss JI.indll<ii. is  a   ineiiibi-r  of   Ihe  ] f.t-li-ll.iiiiiilon      I'i.ii.ei!      Company.  I which vv ill j;iv e nu inlel t aiiiiiienl  here  ���������S.ituid.iv     evening:   under   llu  enmt  uspiccs of I'll- I li italic Ni'. 2.  il S. Wilson,,  ihe Kootenay Tailor.  'e^%^^^'0#^:^;t'^:  You are requc-tc.l to look over my  teiect-toek of   *   ..... VIOI.INP.GUITlKS    ^f,'. NDOI.IXS    HORXEIi'S MOUTH ORGANS  ..... ."-THINGS anil AC'ESSO-t-ES....  An exe-cllent stock at low prices.  Tot. _<*eo-. Cigars, Foft Refrc-hir.g Drinks,       "  Stationery, Xovcl*. .Iftpanc.e Curio*., Jitc.  Chas. J. Aman  Buy Fruit  and Groceries  That nro gnoel. We probr.bly  lnivo tho best stock in town.  Onr fruit liusini'xs hus liii'rcnsc.l  lo Kiicli proportions Hint vve  lune 11 nrrivln^ .lnily, thus be-  I-'ItOM lug fresh, unil we gunrtiiitcc It's  quality. Our prlees for I'liuii-  lltli'S��������� for c.iuniii); imriJiwcs���������  nn; positively the lowest In lhe  Kootciii-.y. CSf M_il onler.s  prompily lilletl.  Hutchison ^5 Co.  _. ��������� Tt-������rriJ ���������  *l^-*S__-������~2__3-  NOTICE  Electoral    District     of West  Kootenay   Revelstoke  Riding.  TO WIT:  ruiII.IC NOTICE Is herebv Riven to the  Electors of the Electoral District aforesaid,  that a Poll has become neeessari- at the Klcc-  tion now- pcniliiiK for tho sa'rac, and that I  have pranted such Toll;.that tho persona duly  nomin-tcfi as candidates at the saiel Election,  anel for whom only votes nill be received,  arc,���������  James M. Kellie, of Revelstoke,  Miner.  Wiiliam   White, of Reaelstoke,  Barrister-p.t-Law.  And further that  polling stations have been  appointed at:  '1 ho Government office, llevelstoke.  The Government oflice, Nakuip.  The I'olie-c station, Burton City.  The Post office, Eire Vallev.  , The Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot Springs.  The T'rospector'sExcliangc,Thomson's Landing.  The Government office, Tront Lake City.  Humor's Restaurant, Eercuson.  The Government office, Comaplix.  The Forrester's Hall, Arrowhead.  1 lie French Creek Company's office, French  Creek.  ���������Toliii 1). I-oycl*. residence, Boyd's Ranch.  _~r. M. Buchanan's residence."Carnes Creek.  The Post Oific-c building, Albert Canyon.  A. L. Stewart's residence. Illecillewaet.  The Section House. Glacier,


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