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 ������  -/-/-  *.  -ISSTJE3D   TWIGE-A-WEBK - -WE3DIsrE]SI>^."y������3    _^-__T_D    S-A.TTTIRID^-Srs  Vol.  II.    No.  4������_,  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY. JUNE 23, 1S9S.  C. B. Hume  &Co.  HAVi: KKCEIVUt) M~Vl~~",lL  CARLOADS Or  Staple Groceries,  i  Flour and Feed.  c  And arc in a position to quote  PRICES....  that arc  bound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors I   Miners t  Como nnil seo v.hnt v.-'.c got 111 jour  line. Me make a sped. It> 01 this trade,  and < an fit >ou out 0,1111 U\ and nt right  pru.es.  Agents for    V    Giant Powder  IVe ha\c at our magasines at Rovolstoke and  Thomson's Landing, a complete stock of ex*  ploshe.������. caps nnd fuse, for sale at wholesale  nnd'rctnll.'     _ .    .      .     .  '"'" THE GIANT PQWDEB CO.,  '-"*- c* .-f    _*     Victoria, B1. C.  g. B. Hume & ������g.,     .  fple ^FPni_. !1twH0!-p ststi<-|ii ������i~'i ������t.������nf  Me Cit}, n. c,  _���������������������������������  Advertisements  Remind you of an empty  wagon going: down hill, the  lighter the load the greater  the noise. We nie not  smarter than other people,  our money wont buy goods  cheaper than other people's  * monev, people don't,buy our  goods becaube we claim they  are worth double what we  ask for them, they buy them  on their merits and they  know what they see in our  ads. is &o. '-  Performance  Follows"  Promise  i  in this storo. just us  surely  as night   follows  day.     No  haphazard   advertising, but  ptore news faithfully carr ed  out-       Our   ads   faithfully  mirror    our     merchandise.  -' Whiit .we say is so, and the  p ople   believe   in   uS.      A  fh'������     ii- ' 1.1- ''Si-'1* xi -f  feto'e and public pulling t-Jins  '   .together are bound'jo be of  l-������*    . -' <_���������      JO    .1 l)      '    I  1  i;pui~4E(.l be~^eat to gagh c~tjiej\  Eyeiy department is filled  with excellent vilues. Will  you come ard investigate.-  OPPOSITION METHODS  The at tion taken by the 1 Migle.uleis  rf the hiindluins oig ini/.ed lo ili*-liiili  lhe 111eel111g.it whiih the Pieiniet .mil  Attninc (~eiiei.il spoke-on Tiie*-il iy  ni^hl -,is an .thing li'it 1 oiiimendable  to the citi-cns ot Revelstoke, and  ninny aie the loinpl.unts of lespeit-  able citizens lh.it such 10dv1-.n1 should  In* toler.iled in .1 town ot Ri'velstnke's  pi eteiisiiiii*.. Jit. Kellie's late .1111 v.il.  without any leason.ible cm use, must  be incepted .is .1 duett in���������ult to .ill  piesenl. The expei ted 01 ition. limed  and organi/ed to gieet his enhance,  w is .1 decided failinc. ill spile ut the  elToitsnf.i ciowd of liiiii-vuU'i-s and  bomlliinis who veiled theiii~*ehe. bl.uk  in (he i.ne. Tlie series of inteiiup-  tlons was designed lo in event elec tots  fiom following lhe Line-ids ot iiigu-  ment.idv meed bv lhe ������.penkei .. The  opposition, who haw no nigiinients or  poliry to advance, weie decidedly  .ifi.iiil of Jlr. Kbeit'.-eloq'ueiiie .md  Mr. Tin net's leisnning, and in ordet  Co tiv and s]ioil the effect ������f s.ui|e,  ii'soiled to sm It Imv ijjeusuies. ,i-  rndjistii and intei nipt ions, Among  the'principal le.ideis of the dislurb-  ance were lint it ed one of onr leading  tiieich.-int**. an editoi, ,111 ex-journalist,  and a justice of the pp-ice, (3|pi these  geiitleiiien InstliytljiJie .itli~ins3 ,_ pan  a justlie nf the pc-,tee who is sworn to  uphold the law uud see Unit older is  iimlnt.lined, ciuimsti'iitlynr f as ,i prime  movei in the disturb nice of .1 piihhi  meeting. Mi. Kellie .infl I-jit. pj(i.< (it i\ e,  Aiu cnteihif foi^lhe l|oofil|iiu vote, ������~m.  are quite ipel. oiTie 10 It; bi|l sensible  and ee-pr'c table ioIh-'s tri ,1 mm. will  show him on Jul*, Olh their cinph.itii  ���������lis.ippiovnl of (Mich pnif pollings  Thei" was a cnt 1 .'lit uimor the othei  d.iv Unit n nieinher of (he opposition  following h.ul stated he could buv 100  votes in this town for $100. "Judging  trom lhe composition ot Mi. Kellie's  ovation ei mid, an i^pai ly.\ oi_>sei \*,.f  M-oitlt] l'.iye. ie,,is<w"fri Spv1J.111.1r* 'FlS.it  ^ehtlenliii. J1.1l] ild'ed t1|i Co his' s^.ite*  iiient! It must' In* ' ('fiinpUiuent ii y  nidi ed t'l Uie elfi t(us* (if  U~e  t('l\\i~   tf)  have 4 statement, ni   inMiii. nr this  iliitiii-o made about lliein.  LANDING TROOPS  Shifter's    'Army   Lands  Little Resistan~e  With  Turn to thr* L^fS  Aftei 11 good deal of rli������< n _sinn the  biiycilists of Rcvel-lnke haw decidid  to tin 11 to the lefi in p.i>sip- naeii  olher on the hjg() l(.,i(.s,. Tlds 'will  bsiiii, 1 ne 1 hum-PS of ii'i'tillioibil or'-  ciilewt to iiminrnimn." ��������� ' '  BLUEJACKETS OCCUPY MANILA  A Russian Boat Capsizes and Ciyes  Fourteen Sailors to the Hungry  Sharks���������Ashdow.-S Stora & Po.tagg  La Prairie Damaged by Fira���������A  Tremendous, Hailstorm at Berlin, Out.  Other News of Interest.  Special to the l(er_ld.  Wabhixotox.    June   'XI  --Vuplhet  -li-spatil.   to-'Alge,. ���������,Cils:-' Buy,,   '(V  Este.   June    23 ���������fsi'j 1 et.11 y   nt    u,,r  Washington, <-ffI)i.iciuiii.i. Culia, J.11.,'  22.���������_ho*l.inditlg of tiioops.aD-ia',. ���������,",  thu   niouiing   wa-,  sucressln'     ���������  litlle,   if    any, * lesis^nu'.  Shatter,       _., . '  rVVA'$H~voio'.N~, >ivio S.-Sectet.il y  Algei Kinight leien.d a r.iblegratu  troiu Sh liter at Pl.iv.i de Este ..ivim-  that the Hoops'h.ive been sik i< s.(ullv  .Willed lit Di.ioniu.i while lhe\l������**tsefs>  bnipbiuJed t^Vjjh-ins, Hullveit lhen  at enl.,vi. %p ^.u. hd'l one m.in  Killei\,        _     "''���������'' l.  Pi-.nH>", Juno U9.-_.<Midnlgiit)-Tie-  uieiuliHis bail .tin ins luust upon the  -Hy at 11 n'lloa thiseieinng The  b,i**eineiils of liiiildiiigs wtu* flooded  .indgie.it d.im.L'e done to windows  tl ee**, ^ 1 c. 1,     -  PoitTAGc. f:.;- Pnuim  Tha Noniiiiations.  At 3 o'cltiel. today lhe nominations,  stood as folU'ivh."  AV.    WHITE.  1.    Yeiy  fym������eif,  ���������        ,      ,   - lune 33 ���������  Fin*  bioke out in   &.. :.    *.s4,s���������ij  "Vyt -l1.1', W.U.'VV,S- "I'P.'^'il trih.iu*  siirteitliiiiii'.inN.^pi,^;,,',, ������������������; ,-;        f  he   building. "The' ro.uteiit*,   u|   (he  a..ld,uig  lye^e  \V.'_>'\5S;ert  i oiis'iK'r.iblv  bUl ci-iumt KMl'H the.iiuoiintd.ini.iged  yet, i  , ^yD������*,v'^ND- J'l'ie '2'~-The Oiient  ball and Open house bloik weie dam-  _,l3oL''-Vfiie. todav lo the amount of  SJibOOJ. Gii'iiei to Robins'*,t.uioneiv  -;! w k. wns";~ im i-jed to the eMeui o&  v 1 Oi 0. ^ -  - 'ii* ���������'' ' ,  SYDXFV.X. b. W.,--Cune. 21. -Oneof 1 be' V"'W* "I the'Russian ship.JJiy  of. N-'tjileV. O.ipt.un  Cieih-i, fiom  Pint  W. M. Brtiwn, pioposui.  W". G. Birney, seconder.  H. A, Brown,  A- N. Smilli,  W. Fiewini|.  As--  W. 1}. JJjL^ephnje  V. G. Fall is.  X   M..   KELUE.  W- vowan, ptoposeiv  W. U. Vu kers, secondei  Thus. J.- Gi.ihaiu.   -|  U. N, Couisior.       ;   Ass  Thos. Downs.  THE MABEL GROUP  en 11  p-f.  Tclep-raph in'-Brii*f.~" ll,  i tl< _ 1 1 h   ::     nil .*  ���������\y.cU.intlj   yejteiiliy  r/  P .ft._Hiinip.  _S _i- __-  -.-. _y  House Furnishings  Just rer-hed direct frtn Srotlmd 1  If j.^11 fiill lomc und lock at cut .,.  ^fflftoM :::::::: Tam-*-   WOOL.....      -1  r..*������-                                      _-_LiCli  .. .. - .MAORI   JAPANESE KUGS AXD EQUAKES      '  WOOL FQUAKKS  n,oou RUOS  COCOANDT MjVTS  You i\ 111 lie pleased.   And don't lorget tliat wo  ha\c a.  FulJ Range of Liholeums  Also LACE CUIITAIXS, ART MUSLIXS,  TOWELS and TOWELLIXG, BLEACHED  ���������nd UXBLEACIIED TABLE I.1XEX,  Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  j\ fine assortment.  Boots and Shoes  Blggc.t and biit assortment .'n tlie town  And roiriembcr tosjsk to tec our lines u(  Straw and Felt Hats  Wc will sell at roek bottom prices, and will  tr> to please you.  I    C. B. Hume & co.  L}) Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.������C.  -A few pairs of those'8 yar-1  Injv cyrt-ij--- lety nt ������\ per pnlr.  1000  yards  of print>, goo'l  ("atterm, uaiui.1  price 10 eviit-������,  now 7i cent?.   -  Undies'   print    and   musiiii  blouses,  regular ������1.2*3 fnr������1  $1.50 for ��������������� *"  ,  ...j, ������2 for   1.75, a  iew regular pcici 1.75 and 1.50  for one dollar.  A full line of ladies' white-  weai *  * Five j ieces colored cashmere, r.gular 35 ���������., .will clear  at 2^c,  Five pieces colored dress  goods, 40 in, wide, regular 35c  and to clear at once 25c per  per yard,  All dress goods will be  offered ,at a liberal discount  for cash,  OUR TO WELL. SPECIAL  Ten dozen, all pure' linen,  to clear at !_5o.  There is a golden opportunity to pecure dry goods and  furnishings at great bargains  from one of the finest and  largest stocks in'Revel stoke  Bourne  Bros...  Fue   a  .^lH.lKHl(T.lin.igV..  . Cti 1)1111.1'-, Heet  ll-vs  nol'leturned  to  Gad iis.   _ t  Ont ai io Hot el men's Assn- i.i t inn h ive  dei ided to oppose pi ohilnlicn  Fianie r ontiniies to ch*.regatd H*-  tieaty lights ot Newf'*���������- " ,,, . I  tiu- **��������� ... lllll.    j l  _. ..ei s .inny   has  begun  landi^t, \  neat .Santiago    ���������" .    '���������   *Ul ������"'-'ll  A I'^iii.F   snia|.lprix   was  di _r nvered  onilin'.tra t'be Roiiui mi.i .it Halifax.  ' The   lepoit   of   Blame's .itteinpted  .issassinal ion is deiiie.l.  Brili-h Coliimln.i expiesses itsdeshe  toll.i\e iiepiesenl-Uive at theQle'u.*.  lilt el Il.lllon.'ll l CUlillliis.iuii. .t     >_  irisTepoireTl.1 l,~Mf~-}_������TT~~i~~. i'.s-r.imilv  weie i\ia.-'-'ii led i'hi the' Phiiip.nini*  Kland.-'b*,   llie insnig^nti:.  The J)oiiiiinon. ("iuebei   ^ijd   Q:if.\i iti  ifoveriiuieuts    hii\u   dgiped   nn  the  flsheilet. |'eg|~l.ituu|S,  O'lllll'inil,"'  Lleiil.-O"veinoi -  Noi I Invest,   was  banqiti'tted  eiifh last night.  , .IV'"(-S \ .''He~������-e-\| Mmi'th-ii'coiii'**-  \V,d J f-'.'.'.'-'Mtt- *\llu eliilins high .imhoiiiv  fui .is-eiting that ,\I uiil.i has been t c-  i upied by a del.it Iiinent ot uw'J ''  'Hue jaikei- tinui wai-b'' ,���������.,��������� ,'*  Jiidinit   Dewev'>   *���������-    ....   ,'" i  ", g   tne   Gel ui in  111 I.llll*  D i di n h iiHimi. iniV Ho,   tl\e.   iy-  ><V\'VV,"M'\'iiU,aAeat J-spungs. in  v' , lion   tor  THE P0L!T!CAL CAMPAIGN  Mr. Whit 'o Reception at Nakusp���������Mr.  Kellie's Record in That Locality  NU.T.SP, Jnne 2,'i.-'lhe piemier and  W. White. l!:egoveiiiii'eutiandid,i.te.  .ui'ived heie vestenl.iv. M)\ "i'lii ,ier  had intended til W'l -m open air  u.eeti^ ttn j_._tic.s_. lyh.iir, hut (in.illv  ile^^ed, tt,i vet ill n by way ot the blo-  e.ui .ind,iyve N.ilsiinn.ui eveningeithei  Tvevhiy cn, "Wednesday of next week  m> WhWiiy. So he and.Mi. Cotton  went, on together to Nelwni, aieoin-  panied by J. L. Ret.ill.u-k. the govei iiinent i.indid.itu for Sloc.iti. whose  ch.iiiic'b of election am con.v^H-d  down heie to bu \e\y (.ivi^'mt,  ^ N.ikusy i^i^ot'.y ptaie, with two  ^f\<i. Vote!-*, ti number -of handsome  ii'tidenees arid a big .sawmill industry  iim by Genelle to Oo. It i\ )������ait  ihiii'iimiglv situ.iled. >e\i>-) Miries. hoiii  the sou.th vi,V\ t'?- *'W upper Allow  U'-ti-.WlV VUV ws'ily make one of the  ���������Vftsf , H<������m live, sununer lesoilj, m  t*Uli������Mii .Three aie pluntv 'of "hI.iiu"-  111 ISwtr-.eibinil, without, visit in'" ���������"|,��������� |',  .notour  is  iotisideieiUfo,;.,)|l..t';.   tIlilt  hi";;;''o"*- 2!lli'_-;;r ������* ������*:e^X  Iii"*5- ���������^,lr,<1 "-"t'lW s<A*n,ei,v.  n    v.i Here seems   (ft p,iss_ lui^ytic ed  .Seven nnli^ \yAi ^ eif lli,e towivnc sjUv-  ���������'H'll "iVW".    b,o,l  sp^i/i.a^-,\vi-,ii h   ���������i(.  "���������V.'^'Sti H1. r'������,e q,Vrt'' Win li.itriot mi pei 101,  '"   " .llc.s   ol   the 'Ualevon   hot  A Valuabb   Pro..erty   That W.ll   Sho-.v  Up Well in the   Near Future  ,. T-\l* Ji-*1''--'1 T'oup whitli consist of  ivefi.1] w...,l,|linis naniehiilieXrii i  Ue. Rainy Like, .M.,1,,.,, Vngmu .���������,d  lil.iLk Jvigle. is studied un the ,,,���������,!,  sille of li.d aboi,l tl,,,.,. mill.s flI1_  . ipul T_,i| (��������� nml .ilionl, ni.e ni.i-'  tvntovei Uu< ibv.ile I'luii''*' ��������� ''is  ni\\m   Qnp,     Piiur.ri- --a- 1.noons  hi'lMl   lllhl'uvei"'" -iii-t leads h.i\e  llilliieil'���������"*"        ���������     cm    the   Hist,   ihice  *���������" .urns in the   gio'ip. and   thiee  ive In en disc o.cied on Viigmia .-nil  five (losses nu the B'.u k E.gle. The  tiendot the I '.ids i uns noith-w .._t nul  -sontli-e.isl. mil have a dip nt about!.)  degrees. These lI.iuiis have all been  ieioide.1 aud one ye.u _> aaM'ssinenl  woi I: done on I hem."  On lhe Nina Lee claim a crosscut on  the win ol 2') feet liinu and .*> lei-t -wle  by 5 leet deep his been made and is-  saj*. ti inn the me mil ovei r d was made  whiih shew ti.ires ot gold-md n'.lwi.  On the R uny L ike ilaim ,, shati was  sunk on one oT (he li ads a disianie ot  11 feet ill whit h theie was i .pjvil .1  imdy nt heavily tumei.ili/.ecl i|iint..  Nbilhei lhe1ootw.il! not li.tnitmg u-.ill  was hi',ited and the width ol tlie vein  at the bottom ol the -shaft tniild i.ot  be (leterinined.  On the-Mabel claim an imliii" shaft  ������as also sunk on lhe vein which i*. file  leet hutueeii I lie w ills in a lime slate  and sl.itiMiii'in.itlon. The qu.u ���������-/. win  i\ilhl-*'i im lies ot i ai lion.ne*- wii.cli  I'.-iiit.im leiiii lies ot g ilen i oie anil  liom ,is*.,i\s i fi fill lv in ide mill ll  iollomng io,nli: Gold,->18 OJ mil CA\  oiinie.s ot sili oi. Theie is alio.it i(J  tons of this oie oo lhe dump .mil a  shipine.it. mil in all pnih.ihihti hi*  made this bill. Aboul 3) leet til .-in  oiii'ii cut on the Viigmia t*lioi\s ������n e\-  c client lot ot galcn i oi e. An ,i*mv  shiiivs a date ot gold, OK o,r!!i e*, s,hCi  and (JOi pei tent U-uL O.i the Ur.it-I.  Biglf an u'X'H cut of 2>leet shcis ll)  leet'oi irfiiiW/. with abo.it tun feet of  cwidi&ed arsenic,i| imi, (���������,.. i.uivuig  traces of gold ami siKe,. -    *-  On this gioup is an abundance or  water and liuibei to can y mi tbe opi 1-  .iliiiu ol deielopuiaiil, .vbicb will be  pi ot ended will) -it ao'eai Iv'll'ite, and  the llHU\T.n his nu doubt lint -thi.  will hei time, one of ihe hi_,t  lions in one  tie  WAR  SITUATION  Noth  mg   of  the  iniportance   From  Frontier      ' .  A BATTLE REPORTED FOUGHT  \,  Telegrcph in Brief.  ow lining into such  lepntn-  the    extiaordinanly   l.uge  pioprn lion ot  hthiei   in  their  coum*-  sition. - *- '  If this wate<- f;w)/\ he piped' down  The Onlaiio nop lepoit is fnvoiable    to   ,ife������,"- ll>5 no."oiiht it  ipiite easily  The Oapelown goi ei iiinent his been   ^.lt.,tl.   lw-   -J   v������'*y.   iitti'.utno    benUh  delealeil. - .      '* ������ ^   '"     >eso\t would eeitn,in)y scv>n  he |i-.l.ih*  lisliec^in   this,  plun*,  whit'h   possesses  e.veU'   ������tl~ev   Ill.ltWi.ll   advantage   to  (.I'li.-iMy "iiit.i.hon is liound fot the  tJ,hihpM.ie_S.   A   '    " '   -       ���������        -���������  t^i'wIoimUlaniLl^hoi iue,ti_,)ie_i om-  nliig t()| resist (he K-i'in \\. 'f\\o _,itn,v.       'll,  _N_i*wloiu  bi  liso  piopo-J,-  :ons ill one of the best, mbiei ,1 ,,,,,1,..  ies iu the woi 111���������th" Liut^i.. . , -   '  Af������LTER^f8-R-B, G.''  ���������---*/  t,s,t.is,\ g,u'h i^inojeet.  "MiTWhite inefwith  ,  and   cordial   lec-option.  A_   c_2pr_30.~it_ti--V 'of   En^Ifaj   Ca-i.tal  ��������� Will L'odU Ov*r������ This   Conntry V/ith  st View, to   Datcrmm:.:g   a   Place  to  Locate.   "  Jlr. E.lwnd J. rjo\v_.������.���������__ London,  Eng , a geiitlen.Vnii"������ lm is well m-  toiined i.v,', .md In t-lo.-e loin li u.th I be.  u.'.Cllt.V iu.it ket cl Gie.it 'Hi itiim, m its  relation to uiiiiing iiui_,i utii'nts in (Jau*  ada, was a gue.-t ,il lb-*~Hotei .Manitoba yesteul,,-,. JI,. Howell is the  I.He hiifil ilh'ectoi- and assist,uu m,,,,-  .IBIM' of" the Klondike. Yukon ,-.iu(.  Stewait Pioneeis, of London. En^,v a,  compitiy whiih has ahead v 'vvid. a, let.  nei lent. diMilciid. mil. -[us. jueM'ttl  vu.it to Pan,id.) ,^ )~\nm~\e- liiili w"'  the eiectU',\. of a \n,\vi{<ct i*  ������/-l~\W\l,f "i   ."'vTv.- ha  Seine Fighting; Reported From Puenta  Eerraco, Su*. Nothing rjcliable as to  the 0-_tcD_ie���������Th_ Rema Christina is ~'  Scid to Kav; Escaped from Santiago  and Scached Havana ia Safety���������The  Arr.incan Soldiers Are Ready foi 'the  Fight���������Olher News of Interest.    .  Special to the Herald  . lADisiD. June 21.��������� The mini .;t'i- of ���������  ������ar. Coiea. aniionnceil lh.it he has .  leceived an olTii i.il despatch from  h ion.igo announi ing that'-Amei ic-ms  hi.st at lack on Puenta. Bei rat o. h.u,  In ou lepulscd aftei a h.nd fought and  blood*, engagement." ,_  A ilespatch fiom the govei nor off  Suit i,igu >ays: -'An attack en Sibeuey  B.iirimii. continued until nightfall.  The enemy weie repulsed. e.\r ept on  the left at, B.ucpih i. when.* the Sp.u>-  i uds vwic obliged to u-tirc, in (pnse-  cpieiiii'or.i flanking uioiemenl, upon  the put or the enemy, The Sp.ini.h-  foices l el ued in good oi dei into the  mountains."-\Sibnev an'diBei i.n o were  desti oved by the United States shells."   '_.  Wasiii.vgtok. June 2k���������Alger and   . '  Miles v.-eie in (.onfetvnee in the sec re-  I-iiv'a   iiMic. until   fii:n   o'clock   thi<*  afternoon    when"   tbe     first .Madrid-   /  bullet in .iiiiioniic-ing t he fighting begun  iv.is shown tbein      The seciet.-irv ie.nl   -  aloud .with   evident- satisfaction  anc.-  both, e.piessed  themselves' giatiftcj'   -  with the f.ivoiablu'repoit. coming ns- "  it did from the/ enemv.    Theie v.-c . no  -uip~js_th.it (he fighting had begun'  so soon.    U was igteed bv te'.oit that  the - troop, .had   completl.l   landing  onlv this  in.iiiiing:   /-"_.es.   but^ they   -  h.iw gi.nn iheieio P.ght end -ne re.idv  to begin  at  onee,*-     veplied   General    ,  Miles,    ' _    --.  Washington,    June    22.���������In    the    -  fiee.-.te today- a  imnt-re-oliitii-n  was  _.  ~*  '*'? I  . ' f.  _;ias*el, ,-\ut������-,(,i izmg the Piesident to  U,1-.'10 }^' f~oieiiiu)ent<*--of'England.  t-iiunp,^Geim.-iiij-. Austiia. Belgium.  'Swir~__e:laiiil. Afe\.ic;o and Venezuela to  sent! de-tails of theif iliUnm-, .-titillerV  ind c avail y- tn. 'lhis'" cimntrr  to p.irtitiiiate iu.,',a lnibt.ti v jubilee  to,be held m Madison .Squ������ie" Gn'rdeii.'  ^Seiv \ork. hy the ti-iistce.. of the Reel  0"s- Hot.eiy of _>~e\. Yoik. Tlie  juliilee is'ci iv* hold during the two.  week.. beginning Dece'iibet- '20tlm.  lROo,  "���������AKtiS.. Tune 21.���������Mr. White';* r-o-  t-eption at Bnilou City last mght'W.is  wiy giatifying,     Theie   was   a'vnry  u go  tut mutt, of  supporter*,   for the  .nveiiMiuiiic.    Mr.   While will   poll  a.'  large \*(*te in this p.u t of the riding.  - ^  -3  *' PI  '..-'I  -������������������si  C-   -J      7 ~? i  **'^?f  ���������' _?,' * I  - ^ *  %rJVi?5*|  * '''J  . uJl%  -_     rj.'i  - U ii  ...51  Prom the Lardeau  .Tii"-" AlM"**-" "���������'  fiom his pi u,.eliy;  (i.ihiei neet ���������������������������"*  loo'-*  ,  do....   n-icU'ly  Iho   W,u'*-  . on  ��������� ,i s i hat I lung- .n e  ..g i eiii.n k.ibh well no his piopeity The lead whii b passes thiough  this chum is supposed to be the Wagner lend, and fi<mi othcL p.nts ^it it  sevei.il sample*, h ive been taken, giving an iveiage i.ilu.itio'i ol lTOouni es.  .lack is ii'iv milt h pleased with the  outlook foi his piopeity and hnpi .  betoie long co have it in ������*hape tor  lioiiding.  The Ij uie bi otheis left recentlv foi  theii pi opei tv on Gainer cieek. Thev  will (ouiineiire a svsteui of thoiougb  development, to ascerliiin the tine  value of the stiike I hev made last fall.  This piopeity. it will be leinenibei ed.  is the one . i. w hiih lhe lich siiikeof  telluride nie u i. made which gave  letui n������* of S220 Iii the ton in gold fiom  a email -liipnii'nl made tn the Kaslo  s.implei last fall.  Dave FeigH'on's hotel is almost  completed. It is ,i veiy neat building  and the paint he Ills been at in fitting  it np speaks well for his confidence in  thefut-.ue of Feiguson.���������Tiout Lake  Topic.  '~~P'���������        ���������  Look Ont for Them  The Mc.Kt.nzie-0-Ii.ver Co. who  at lived in town on Tn������'~il.iv e\-e~iing  to give si c one ert, here, did not do so as  ailveiti*ed. b it veiy suddenly dix.ip-  pe.ued ihe following nun ning. leaving  many who would like to haveseeii this  color of their Australian gold. ' Mr.  Mrl_a\. the business manager, who is  still m" town, mouinh their dep.n-|-iirr������  to (he tune of SUS back salaiy. and  nfonns us that Tin met cms South  Kootenay new-papei men and hotel-  men aiti waiting aiixioii-T.y for tbe  legisteied lettei ihat_never came from  Jlr. Mi Kenzle. He is a rank lr.iticl  and should lie advettiied estensivelr  ������i> Unit he i.irinot piey upori thi-  people with impunity." Mi. McKay  b is placed the niattei in the li nidi  of  Gieat  ._s|.,| i be I.ninth.  ...  \Ve-|el n  I'.lllw.lV.  l n im'ii'i Iain denies ihe i iiieor nboul  h.s 'vilhdiaw.il fioin-the Halisbuiy's  i abiiiet.  A ih-sp.itt h fiom Toioiilosay-.tb.lt  Lislei'*, appoiiiliuent to lbe bench i-  r nisiiig    liouble    in    local     iiolitii.il  llllll's. ,  Regaiding Ihe inland (i-hei ies, the  1-ommioii government unki's the  law*, and the piniiiici.il govi-riiineut  enfoices il and appoints ofliei.-ils.  Itis lepra te.l al Mont leal that .loi v  has icsigned fiom the i.ibinet and will  be suiceeded by Boinier. M. P. of .St.  Hy.incilhe.  Get to Wcrk  The pei !od in the mining historv of  British ('oliimbi i when all apio-pecloi  had to do was to i ut. a few .stakes, slip  n nice sample in his pocket, and go out  and sell his I'liunc," h is passed. Il is  tobehoperltli.it the. passing isovei.  The "<~niiiething for nol hing" spei n-  lator. who'diripped .1 lew dolhtis in  the wav of the aioie-u'd piospeetnr,  thinking in time to make thousands  out ot the "I.inibs" m fav-olf c-ounti ie������~,  lias also had his day.  In older to lominand attention now.  a mineial piopeity must bale enough  development done to deinoiistiate  .something of its peinitirent n.ituie. oi  the owneis must be willing to allow  would-be investois to put all or neat-lv  all fiist payments into the piopeity  llislt'.-id of the pockets of lhe holdeis.  In other wolds, the mining industry  and business geneially Ii.im passed the  period of firith and bnbb e and is mnv  down to th" legitimate basis. The  sooner the loc-atois and small owneis  realize this and get to work with steel  and dvnatinte, instead of wind and  specimens, the sooner they will be in  ii position to command attention fiom  Like to the'be.iutilul  Hal on which lhe to~~ n  sliced making oi  iu Un- lown  been dune  euliiely   by  ind   extensive  is  built,  oi in  any       kind  itself has  pi hate  entei-  prise. Not one eel t id pulilic money  lia,s Mr. Kellie evei thought good to  expend heie. Wilder these liieiun-  s| anil's theie is \ ciy lit tic wonder that  Nakusp ,is wiy much 'ol the opinion  lll.lt. it is lime loi -l cb lllge of lliein*  hei and that. .Mi. Kellie ihinks tins  lown a pi eit y good pl.ue In slop ,t\v iy  fiom. ... o  The  meeting  was  held   in   Abiiel*-  ball.   n   veiy  pieltv p.iblii  hillienteil  bv Thos. Abiiel. mie ot N ikusp's most  eiieigctic cil izeii-, and   was   wry   well  .���������(tended.    Ml.  J.   S.   L-iwicnie   pei-  foiined lbe  duties  of clniim.in   with  gic.it  saii.f.K lion   nnd a mole oidei l>  and   iiiiclligent   audience c mild not be  giitbeted   logelhei    alivwbeie.        lhe  limit low was gi.ued   hi   i niinibei of  the fail sex.  who   lie] e   as   well   as   in  othei p.nts  of   thr-   iiiliug, .lie Liking  consideiabli*   illtiiest   Hi   Hie pi oi ceding ot the election.     Tlio meeting was  first lublie-si-d  IivMi.S.  E. Gt.ig.in.  w ho spoke for about tin ee cpi.u tei s of  an hour,   linuhiiig   on   the    lailwuy.  Chinese,   woi Icing   iuin-is'   la-c    and  other i|tiestions ol the day. nnd winding up with im expnfition of the sensible and piiidii.il platloi in "I the government, as laid   down by the pu nnel  in his Revelstoke addit ss.    Mm While  followed   in  a speech in which he outlined his own   policy  as  a  candidate  and   e..posed   the   pietentions  nt   Ml.  Kellie  to  be a  woikiugman  and the  wiukingim:.'.  fiiend.      He  uitiiized  Mr.   Kellie's    public   caieer   and   ej_-  piessed  the   greatest   regiet   at  that  gentleman's nbseni e.    Hrm ever one ot  Mr.  Kellie's snppoiteis  pledged himself to  piodiue hun. so that no doubt  i meeting will  sbottly be auanged at  .ui uiti d  V.mi mi-  i*h,.  '     C. P. R. Restaurant  .        V  ' \h: .1. S.U'ige,   who   has liuich.ised ������r  ti on- .1. H Woodi-ide  liisT inievi'sl- in-* - -  the C" P.U.   iest.iiir.int  s������_   the   denot,    "*  too'.c possession Ui's\v.'-.k.    Popul.uity  ot   this   old   est.ibl-'.iied     lest.iui.int".  iitider the   late T..ari'.igenient   of   Mr.  .Wnndsid..".   will * be   eyiended   to  new  man igement,   und.-i- whose  no doubt it will be deseived  and  turned.     The   Hekat.d   wishes  Savage   e\ery   suit ess   in    his  vent ine.  the  I'.UO  ton- ���������  Mr.  new  "r'-  the d'ui'itoi ....  ininils, and I intend tnex.'iii'inu c lo-e  for a suitable loc.ti ion. and lo beat .ni\  di'Pilt.itioiis on llie-iibiiH't. A nei-e-  suv .uljil'iit I" 'i -.I.ieiU'l :nu*t ue  plenty "t oie within e.is\ ili-t.ince. i.i I  theie".ue other plat es lu-Uei-  III i:i V'liiiouw The lionus  iei olH-i- i- -i meie b ij.ilelle. i  Uiiiidi.il, P.u lib ha* met ���������-veiy web  in tin* miitlci ������! lali'sim tact we li tve  been winking w.lb lhat n.ii'pa*iyt un  der the mr-t  pie ising coi.diliou-.  "Have lhe smeltei - all.-a.lv lu Li tl-  ish Coluiul ���������������������������- been --tiici���������-fi|['?"  - Well, lb it is another jin.-.t I sh ill  b.iie to inwstigile It.." Mil Mr  Howell. '���������Theie h_i\c b.'en f.ms  smeltei s stinted in lh it piuiin. c���������'t  V.iiiioitvei, Golden. Uewl-tokr .'in!  Pilot Biv��������� none ol wbMi .ue now  winking." Why ibe-e i uc iiin-t ui< e-  exist is what I -hall look into, li in*l>  ovei S")!)i),!!.W to cl-ei t ..nd still a  smeltei wilh retliiiiig li'iu^1. .'in.1 llu-  liuildnigot o.ie is llu'iefu e a si'llnu*  and li'sponsilib'ui.illei. At le ist Mn'  wastbeiosL we c.i.'.n it-il forn'ir**'  ���������' What Is tiie I'l-.l.u.' of B.iti-li Columbia do Min ibin"; as i.e.ied I.}  L iiidoii rapit.ih-'s?"  ���������'Everything depends on I he i'.cxt_  milling season. The entile Inline ���������_  theiouiitiv. I l.elii'ie. lesls on lbe  lesults fi om the milling o,i'i.itio.is  this simmer. Theie l- a ll ������������.l "f  Biiti-b money walling to ni-h mt"  ('.in.id i. It good tetii: ns.,uc li-ici.ed  fiom tin* money already irivi'-t-'il.  The Veiizuel.iu" tiontile kilb-d tin*  United ct.ites to the English and  -"lotrll r'.iptdist is a hei.I lm n.wst-  inetit It will be in my m-iis befon*  the i onildeiit feeling is i esture.l.    B it  MR. WHITE'S CAMPAIGN.*  Vis'.t to Burton  cep'.ic"i b7 th:  C:t7  and   Cordial   Ri-  ; Cariboo Creek Miners.  : the keen mid*.ileitippresontative������ who  i   now   in   the   field   on   behalf   of  the siul Imi ities who aie now followinjr . capital.    Money  is  to be  had. and in  up Mr. Mc Kenzie with :i view to m ik- ) any rpiantity. but it is no longer buying a settlement for himself and   the. i ing a stieak of iust andtbiee stakes.���������  olbeis who have been duped.  i Mining Ciitii.  penult;  b"i'u ,  shoii'd   be  On Tlutrsihiy hist Jlr. Whliuand Mi.  Giogim    visited   the   lown   ol Bui Inn  City, tbe   gateway   of   Ihe celebrited  lu'iiiug ijMijioi C.'.u ibno Cieek.     Most,  of the   poptilation  have left town and  aie w oi king on   tbe gowianient ti.dls  o> nn llieii il.iims .ip the (leek.   Still,  lepiesentatives ~ c.-une    down     fiom  neai ly every ramp to attend lhe meet-  mg. whiih w.-is buger I bun  one would r  have   i_-.peited   imdei     the     tiicum-  st-ant es.    It, was held in the handsome  dining loan) of Mr. Manuel's hotel, the  Kooteii'iv, and  Mi. A. A.   Ol.uke was  elecltd   to   the   r-h.iii.      Mr.    Giog.iu  opciied  the meeting and was followed  bv   Mr.   While.    Their leuiaiks were  leceived with gie.it in'eicst and atteu-  I mn. nnd, .is was  plain fiom  lliu e*c-  piessions of the membeis of  lhe nudi-  e.ue after the' meeting,   made a veiy  i ti'iMilei able and f.n enable impression.  Bui Inn   Citv   was   supposed   to be a  Kellie stioiighold.     He d'.d his best m  bold it down   by   pulling   tile  c.imp  down   in  .Cdtufl of ptc.posed expendi-  tuie for   two  thousand dull tis  mote  ill in the gold lommissionei found po ���������  sibie   to  allot them.    The piusppc Is of  the c.imp ate s,k-ii as to fully entitle it.  lo even mote than Mr. Kellie put down  toi it.    But the p-hir which seemed to  impress the  C.niboo (~i et-ker*. v. as the  iiscif**ne-s ot  voting f u   a man who  iiiiilil not get them what they lequiied,  even  il   he  h tri   the gordwill lo do it.  The politics of the i.unp is  purely development   and the   old timei��������� good  f,.j!(,,-,���������woi kinsman���������lac-ketis quite  Biitish   Col.imbia   ,. ... .  i.iieful: then* h in* h--eu a ~rie..l mini filiioun -away upon them. Ihey will  wililc.-it schemes put upon the ni n ket' p*. ob ibly \ote for the gp\einment  lecentlv fiom lh tt fn ovinc-e.  whiih   is . caiidfd.iie. who   is   quite  stmnglv Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interest!! ot  RcreUtoke, Lirdeau. Bin Bend, Trout Luke  lllec'Il-Wciec, Albert U_nvnn, Jordun  I'iiss and Eirflu 1*0.3- Districts.  A. JOHNSON.  .F-Opi'Iotor,  ._. Semi-Weekly Journal, published in the  iatcrubta ot Re.elstoko uml the siirrjiintlinf.'  district, Wedno__Jlay_i aud .-iiiturila.s, un-kiii).'  closest connection!) with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads, 51 .0 pi-i  column Inch. $2.00 per inch when inserted on tillo  page. I^ctral add.. 12c p-r (nonpareil) lino for  lirst insertion : 8c (or each additional liiiertion.  Heading notices, 15c per line each issue. Birth,  -larrlaicc and Ilcath notices, frco.  Subscription Itaics: By mail or carrier. 52 w  per annum; SL'-o for six months, stnclly in  aovance. .  Our Job Department: _iik 1Iek_i.i> Job  Department 13 onn o( the best equipped  printing offices in West Kootenai-, nnd is prepared io execute all kinds o������ pii-ling in Urol  elasi style at honest prices One prico io nil.  .Xo job toolar������e���������none leo _nii.ll���������(orus,. Mail  orders pr.mp.ly ntteiidod to. Olvo us a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: We un correspondence on any subject o������ interest '.o tlio Kenor.il  public, and dehiro a reliabl' regular curre_-  iiondeut in every loculi1 surrounding  Kevelstoke. In all oases tho bona lid. namo  ot tha writer niustiiecoiimany inanusiript, bul  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko, 3. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. AU correspondence must bo legibly  -ritteu on one tide of ihe paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo sinned with t_s pr per namo  of the writer. ...  3. Correspondence with reference to an.  thing that has appeared in another paper  must first be offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in The H-R.i-D.  SATURDAY.      JUNE  1S9S.  FA RMING STA TISTICS  Calgary Herald  The last bulleciu issued by the  Department oi' Agriuiiltiu'u of  Manitoba contains some interesting statistics. The province bus  1.1SS,'2."_2 iici-us sown in wheat,-  31-1.S2-L iu oats, IoS.O.jS in barley,  hi,501 in llux, 1!',7S1 in potatoes  .mil S,'!IS in roots, 'fhe total area  nmJut- ci'tiii is *2,'210,l.)l"_..iin incroase  of-Jj'i.'.MT since last year. Seeding  conditions were highly favorable,  but no rain fell between the first  week in April and the ln.tweek in  May, and the winter's snowfall was  light anil the ground consequently  dry. Seeding commeneeel early in  April anil was over by May _lth.  The number of live stuck in  Manitoba, is given as follows: Beef  cattle 7,'.101, milch cows 71,770. tlie  hitler ileiu being nu increase of  9,50_ over last year. A gratifying  Femurc oi' the bulletin is thac tree  planting has become mure geueial.  Trees planted a lew years ago are  now beautiful groves and windbreaks, considerably-enhancing the  value of farms and the pleasure of  living. .Farmers who bad uo lime  for tree planting in the pas; now  consider it time well spent.  The demand i'or female help hn<~  never been fully supplied, 2,23-1-  domestic servants are now employed in lhe country districts o_  the province aud 1,250 more are  required. There are 31 creameries  aud :_5 cheese factories in the  province and the output of both  butter and chee .e will largely  exceed that of last year.  We have a Department of Agriculture at Regina, with a Commissioner. Deputy Commissioner and  a stall' of clerks Why shouldn't;  we have farming statistics compiled regularly for the Territories?  " A sample of the spoils system,  tempered with a desire for  economy is shown in a return  brought down to parliament the  other day. Mr. Blair has dismissed  no less than 1-17 officials aud  employees of the "Welland Caual.  Their places have been tilled by  the appointment of 150 men. It  takes a little more money to pay  the new lot for doing the same  work, but new men probably give  better political value.  The review by^Dr. Fream published lately in the Times relati%~e  to the colonial butter season is  full of encouragement to our  farmers and dairymen. Dr. Fream  demonstrates that Canada is  making great advances in the  industry and -that last year the  consignments were ahead of any  other colony except Victoria, the  report is also of a very encouraging nature as it shows reasons i'or  the anticipation that next year  prices will be considerably above  those now and recently prevailing,  and it records a belief that  European butters have found a  lormidable competitor in Cauada  products.,- This is good reading for  Canadians and itis gratityingto  know that th^trenuous efforts of  the Canadian authorities aud the  Canadian farmer is being appreciated and is ou a fair way to  successful issue.  GLADSTONE'S FAVORITE HYMN.  Praise lo tho Holiest in the height.  And in the depth be praise;  In all His works most wonderful;  Most sure in all bis ways !  O loving wisdom of our God !  When all was sin aud shame,  A second Adam to the fight  And to the rescue came.  O wisest'love ! Unit llesh and blood  ���������Which did in Adam fail.  Should strive afresh against the foe  Should strive and should prevail;  And that a higher gift than grace  Should llesh and blood refine, '���������'-  God's Presence and His very Self,  And __sscnce till Divine.  O generous love tbat He who smote  In man for man tliu foe.  The double agony in man  For man should undergo.  And in the garden secretly,  And on Lift cross ou high.  Should teach His brethern and inspire  To sul-cr and to die. <>  ���������Newman.  In its editorial review of the  Parliamentary session just closed  at Ottawa the Montreal Gazette  iinds the guiding baud of Tarte,  the Government has adopted all  the political methods its members  -so-strongly���������denounced���������when-iu-  Opposition. Formerly'they condemned the Conservatives for  reckless extravagance, but once iu  oflice they charged their predecessors with starving the public  services, and their own administration, has been ou a lavish scale  previously unknown it the Dominion. Money has been spent openly  for partisan purposes; Jobs were  exposed in Parliament without  the Government even attempting  to defend or justify them, and  nlpitical favoritism in the distribution of patronage aud awardiug  of contracts has been shamelessly  acknowledged. All signs point  to the Gazette's opinion, that  long before the next general elections the Laurier Govern men t  will have heaped up the measure  of their iniquities whicli, if public  opinion still exi.ts in Canada, will  meet with their due reward.  MISER GENIUSES.  H_D Who J"~av_ ReduceA Money Savlna;  to _��������� X-nscinatinff Art.  The fascinating study of finanoiill  gain amounts almost to genius in some.  Avarico was the inspiration of one of  our own great men, -franklin, whoso  memory is debused by his roputation as  "Poor Richard." The masterpiece of  Balzaoishis novel "Eugenie Grandet."  The hero, old Grnudot, iB u miser whose  financial geuius amounts to tho sublime  sud which Balzac contrivos aud succeeds  in making almost picturesque  Among lho most distinguished misers  was Daniel Dancer. Upon tho death of  his father Dancer came into the estate,  which yielded a good income. One of  his sisters lived with hhn and imbibed  the miserly teachings. Dancer was remarkable for the stylo of his garments.  His coat was made of pieces of every  hue and texture, collected from tho  streets and ash heaps. His garments  wero held together by a twist of hay.  Ho and his sistor lived happily iu a,  hovel, tho paucless sashes of which wero  darkened with boards, rags aud papers.  Soap and towels being expensive, Air.  Dancer occasionally washed in a pond  and dried himself with sand. Three  pounds of coai-Ee beef and 14 dumplings  formed their menu for years, except  upon one occasion, when Providence  changed tho course of these "viands.  Mr. Dancer, walking one' day in  search of bones and other dolicate offal,  found a dead sheep and carried it home  in triumph. His sister received it as un  immediate gift from heaven. Time,  went on, and the maiden fell ill. Lady  Temple, a generous neighbor, was so  kind that Miss Dancer determined to  leave her ������3,000, but she died beforo  tho will could be signed, and her brother  claimed her fortune as the price of her  board for B0 years.  IIo constantly guarded against thioves  and concealed his gold and bank notes  with tho spiders among their .cobwebs  in tho cowhouse and iii- the? holes in  tho chimney, covering them with ashes.  The light of generosity, however;-pene-  trated ono chink of his miserable soul���������  ho loved his dog, and whilo denying  himself bread he allowed his dog a pint  of milk daily with other delicacies. Mr.  Dancer's delight in life was to-visit tho  holes'where his wealth'was kopfc and  count it.  In his seventy-eighth year, Dancer,  became violently ill, but refused to seo  a physician. Again Lady Temple played  the good fairy ut the wretched hovel,  attending him to tho last and was gen-  xrously rewarded by his immense i'or-  - tune, which ho left to her.  It would not bo a difiicult task to  show tho influence of avarice' upon nations ; tho ovils of society, the corruptions of religion and tlio tragedies of  war havo often been instigated and supported by this base passion.���������Detroit  .Free Press.  1 So Easy For Roland.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST      CHURCH -  Preaching Bervicos at 11  - RevelBtoke.  --__._. a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Class meeting ut tlio close ot the  morning service -abb-th .school and Biblo  ClasB at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every WidneBtl ay evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public nro cordially invited.   Scuta freo.--  ltEV. J. A. WOOD, Pastor.  r~HURUH    OB*  *s-    ltovol-loku  THE MMim EXC.HJ_.ME  FRONT- STREET, REVELSTOKE  KNGLAND-St.    Poter'B,        llourdof servico:   livening  prayer il'iily at 5 o'clock, Fridays ut 7:30.  SuiidayB nnd Festivals: Holy Communion at  ii.ni.. morning prayer nt. 11. Sunday School  and Biblo Class at 2:30, evouing prayir ut 7:30.  First Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  ut morning services.   FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������ReyclBtoko.  Servico every Sunday at 11 n.ui- and 7:3U  p.m. Bib'o Cliss nt 2:30 p.m., to which  all are welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR, Pastor.  Best $1.00 a day house in town.    White labor ouly.  The bar is supplied with the best brauds of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.   .  CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revel-  Ma.-   fir.t and third Sundays in  month nt 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  ROMAN  stoke.  "My dear Roland, blow the horn, I bog  of you, in order to muko known to our  friends our unfortunate situation."���������Nug-  KOts.   In l'liiliul.l.iliia.  Mother���������What is the mutter, my doarf  aia.riod Daughter (in tears)���������Oharlos  lias buconio so irregular in his habits! He  wont out after dinner and- didn't come  homo last night until 0 o'clock.���������Now  Vork Sunday World.  .  Auntie's Opinion.  Laura���������I wonder why it is that so fow  of theso pictures in tho nudo show auy  character in thoir fiii-osy  Aunt Maria Ann���������They ain't got no  character.���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1653  -tegular meetings arc held in tho  Oddfellows' Hall on tho second and  fourth Wednesdays o������ each month  "������ at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  ��������� cordially invited.  Dr. T. JoJT-i, W. M.; T J. Grahame. Rec. Soc.  W.G. Birney, Fin. Sec;   U.S. Wilson, Treas.  Free Bus Meets .7-11 Tpains.  GUS LUND Proprietor.  F. JWeCJ-R.TY  Court   Mt.- Begbie,  I.O.F., No. 3461.:  Moots In tho Oddfellows' Hall on tho  Snd and 1th Fridays ot  each month. Visiting  brethren invited to  attend.  .1   B. Scott. C. R.  .1. L. Smith, H S.  .Wholesale and .Retail Dealei- in   PRIME BEEF,.PORK,  .MUTTON MD 8J1 USAGE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets,  at   Hevelstokc,  Kevelstoke Station,,_Nakusp, Trout Lake City', and Ferguson.  A DlhtliiEiii-liFri Citizen.  " "Vlibjs the lull man over thoro that  they're all making so much fuss ovor?"  "Tliat!' Why, that's tho man who isn't  going to tho Klondike in tho spring."���������'  Detroit -sews.  i .. Ho Jjies AwaiceP  Bill���������1'iii the greatest; hand for dreaming fish stories.  .MU���������That's probablywli.it makes yr,c  lio nwake so much.���������Yo~.~.|-ojs.Sta_cs__i.-"i.  Ellis & Gpogan  Insurance. Commission and Mining  Brokers, Calp-ary, Alberta.  Agent for tho Queen Firo Insurance  Co., of Ameiica.  Represented  ��������� by, W.    KORIUS,  Itevelstoke. nC-tf. -  Grogan & Co,  General Agents  -/JUJ.I ��������� ��������� ���������  (Successors to 'J. D. Sibbald). ��������� Insurance.  Ileal Estate.   Mining.   Loans'.- ���������,  Olllco: First Street, next to W. 13. Pease &  Co.   Code Alorciig and Neil. ���������   .  flerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  - First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  W.J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  GERMAN SPLEEN.  A Berlin correspondent says: Tbero  is no unite-in! change in the feeling in  ("orin.'iuy in relation to the war between Spain'"'and tbe United Stales.  Tbe government scrupulously avoids  expressing its views on the subject  and the Gorman newspapers gonerally'  persist in their attitude of little short  of open hostility towards the United  States. Most of the papers throughout the week have vehemently maintained tliat the occurrences ac Santiago de Cuba amounted to another  defeat ot the Yankees and they have  gleefully printed the Madrid dispatches  supporting this contention.^ These  opinions are seemingly shared by lhe  German military."  WEIGHTED SILK.  Sis-.  Sometimes   -finely  Tot   Cent  ot   -lift  *   t(.rial I. _Forcis_n Sub-tunco.  At the 'present day tbo practice of  weighting silks by means of astringent  extracts, salts cf tin, silicate and.pbos-  ���������phate of tnda and a variety uf other'  bub-tances, all more or less injurious to'  the wear of lho fiber, bas reached such  a height tliat it is seriously affecting  the trade. This is especially the case as  regards black silk, but fabrics of other  ���������colors suffer in tbe samo manner.  It used to be remarked that a silk  dress or" a silk handkerchief wouldlast  z lifetime, and this i3 almost true for  absolutely pure silk. Eun tin much of  tho fabric told at the present day there  is not more than 10. or _12  per cent of  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital    '���������    82,000,000  Rest Fund   -     -    -    1,500,000  Head' Of-See���������Montreal  ��������� BOARD OF DIRBOTOKS  "W .Molson Macpherson, 'President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  XV. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Glegho'rn  li. Markland Molson -  P. "Wolfersttin Thomas, Gen. Manage*!'  A. D. Burnford,  Inspector      .  .  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector'".'  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals,firms,  bankers- and municipal and other  corporations. ->-���������  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  Knglish and American exchange  bought and sold afc lowest rates.  One of the greatest acts of the  late   Sir J. A. Chapleau was the  stand he took after the execution  nt'Louis Kiel in ISSo,   Laurier and  ilercier thought they saw in that  pveut the opportunity for carrying  Quebec and tho Dominion for the  Liberal   party.      Many   Conservatives, as well as Liberal---, thought  with them.  Sir Adoljphe_Chapleau:  saw, not only that it   would   be  dangerous      to       Canada,       but  especially harmful for the French  Canadian  people,  if   tlie government should be defeated on the  issue the events on the Saskatchewan had raised.    lie  faced the  storm, cooly, courageously, almost  -ilone among the leading men of  Quebec.   He was olfered anything  he might ask on behalf of tlie then  opposition        at      Ottawa:     -lie  was    threatened    with    personal  violence   if   he persisted   in   the  course he laid out for himself.   lie  regarded the bribes as  lightly  as  lie did the violence.     He did his  duty.    He saved  the ministry in  Quebec, and he did much'tosave it  in   the  whole  county-.    In   that  crisis   Chapleau played  the' man.  He   turned   his   country   from   a  dangerous division, and his French  speaking compatriots from an isolation that would have made their  place in confederation almo-t unbearable.   For what he  did then  all   Canadians   should   hold     his  memory in honor.  An Awful State of Affairs That Called _~M  K<*form.  The man was very rich. He didn't; Fny  eo him=elt, but you could see that he felt  lt and appreciated .he sensation. Ir. some  way or other ho had wandered down into  the Bow-cry and then into ono'of the cheap  theaters that infest that much abused thor-  oiighf^e. Tho play depicted the adventures, ?ho troubles, the love affairs and  final happiness of a band o* ladies and  gentlemen v.-lio lived away out In thewes-  tcrn wilds while the curtain was np nnd  who went down itairs and drank beer  when it wont down. Tho blood of the  aboriginal iiili.iliit.-iir=of tbewesrern wilds  h-d been flowing about the stago so freely  thit tbo rich indiviilual left his =e,.t in  Buts-poken disgust. Then he wandered out  into the street and marched up to a bin  _:ol-Ccni_in who stood in front o������ the theater gazing intently at tho blood curdling  posters.  ''Silia}-," ho exclaimed, aa ho ''luti'hcii  the policeman by tho arm, "aro you minion of thn law':''  "Yes," answered the bluccaat.  "-Veil, minion, glad mako 'quaintanca,  5'orc you?"  "First rate," returned tho policoniar  "How nre yoti?"j  "T'celin bul'.    Shay; you  see tlic.-t.i-;  See show?    Ou'rage, sir.    Mur'crln rifiht  under shnose, sir."  "Where's Ihnc?"  "Kixbt in there, sir," drawing himscll  up with an effort; and very drnmntlr'nlly  pointing to tho ihcntT entrance. "Wasn't  there more'n half hour 'n Shaw s'mnny's  ten men killed right, here, sir, in sbivili/o'  country, Minion of law, 'rest those nun  ��������� (hie)���������rcrs; bet. pardon."  "Oh, they're not whito men. They're  only Indiana they kill in there. Kill hundred of 'cm in there every night."' explained the policeman.  "Horr'blo shtalc 'fairs, t-hivili/e' country. Lo, poor Indian! Kill er while mnn,  hang you; kill fix Indians, nothin; lion:'  bin shlnto of 'fairs. Coine'ii hnvo a  drink."���������New York Sun.  _e_r__lk, all the rest "being eitranecus  matter applied to tbe fiber in the deceptive process of '"weighting."  Pure silk, when burned, leaves a  quantity of ash which is always considerably Ies.-; than 1 per cent, but tbe ash  left by some weighted silks has been  found >ti"_t~_iouDE to as much as 48 per  cent nf the weight of rbe fabric.  The extraneous substances to which  ���������Jvehave alluded are caused to adhere to  tbe tlt-er by passing the skeins through  hot l._tbs of tannin 'extracts, tin salts,  salts of iron, antimony, potash, eta,  and it ha., been fouud th_tt when a silk  much charged with such substances is  heated ic will not burn with flame, but  will only smolder away, leaving a very  large amount cf ash behind.  But these weighted silks are, however, of so combustible a nature tbat  .ome havo been known to take fire spontaneously, .1 result duo to the gradual  decoiiipo. ition of tho substances used  for weighting, and disastrous flres havo  been traced to this cause. Spontaneous  combustion is Jiablo to break out more  especially in black silks that aro stored  in warm, dry places.���������Chambers' Journal.  BRANCHES :  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  -Ridgetown, Ont.  Smith's" Falls, ("_.-  Sorel, P. Q.   ~ ���������- ���������  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto.! unc'n,Ont  T:eriton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont  "Winnipeg, Man  Vancouver, B, C.  Revelstoke, B. C;  ���������^^ -.-iciuiiur-BT-Gr^Quebec.--^-^���������  Ttevcl-toke nraneh:   J. D. Molson, Manager  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville,- Ont.  Calgary, Alta.   ���������  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.^nt.  Norwi-h, Ont.  Simcoe,  Ontario:  CHOICEST,"...  CISJIRS,;   ~\,  ..TOBACCOS ���������  CIGARETTES '  .SOFT'DRINKS;  ' ICE CREAM SODAS  ICE CRBjqJA  Bicycles   ltopaircd  and"l''or Hire  R. JA. SMYTHE  ~������~~~~~>~~~~~~~~~~B~~j7  ;.  "'      "'~   '',J-The   largest hotel   in  town.-"       Centrally.";located/.'*','  ���������    '-U    .-.'-Choice -"Wines," Liquors   and, Cigars   .  Best   'ac'&bmtaodation. -Kates    SI"   per'   day -  Brown &.?ooj, Proprietors1      :      j.^^j  'l "1 'revelstoke ; ;-���������.���������-.     .'   -'��������� * J.' ���������'-'- 'UU  mlli-lf  THIRD STREET CENTRM.  To.  Fortune  Seekers  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large- light bed rooms. ' "Rates  Table    furnished" .with.--;-.  the choicest the market  affords.' :*?Best-   Wines *  .Liquors   "and '..' Cigars . ,  $l',00 a day.-    Monthly, race.  J.' ALBERT"1 STONE, Proprietor."'  I^IIi^Dt^EO  Door-s'      ��������� '  SasU.   ������������������:  Turnings  -Mouldings  TRY THE NEW YARD  IMPERIAL B/\HS1  A ~->-w "School of .Toni-nallim.5*  A sifen over a weekly newspaper oITico nt  Billvillc, On., read..:  "Xewspiipor UusiiiPhS Taught linn*. T'.ili  tors (ir.-iiluiitcd In Three Week _ I'or tin  Cash. Make nn liditorot Yourself on llca-  lon.-.ble Terms!"  The Klgno_citcd tbocuriosity of n vinitoi  to^bo town, who went in and intorvie-i.iiJ  trie editor who proposed to do so much foi  tho country in so short u time.  "Yi*������, sir," he said, ln reply ton f|in's  tion, '-we do what wo iny. XX'e has nr.vl  u.-tcdliO editors in thu past year, an tlii'j-'rt  nil runnin llourlsbin new-.'inpers an alius  in of tho guvor'iiiciit. All you neoils tor  enter tho class is a pair o' scissors nn ill"  -_Cbinai.o tI'i._nfi_.____:a-*~  Til������ J~C-rr������t Tinttons.  Tho newest buttons, says a New Yot":  fashion writer, are shown in three distinct i-izc..' for the jacket, skirt and bodice. Many of tbe smaller buttons are  veritable newels in their artistic beanty  of color and design, and many are set,  liko actual gems, in low mountings of  cut stoel aud silver or pure gold. Jet,  "opal, plomb colored enamel and old  bronze buttons set in riveted points,  framing dainty miniatures, medallions,  etc., aro familiar styles, bnt many of  tho expensive jet and cord passementeries havo buttons to match, which are  not intended to have any strain upon  them, biit merely finish str.ip ends,  mock buttonholes on skirt fronts-, etc.  When used upon the bodice, they aro  generally fastened on tho on. sido or very  often in the center of hnnd.siimo-jcwol  trimmings en applique, tho bodice closing with strong hooks and eyes set upon  a fly underneath.  Color J:_~_ct_.  Mr. Murray Hill���������It is odd what  queer effects colors hnvo upon persons.  Mr. Point Breeze���������\Jtmt effects aro  you thinking of? '-  Mr. Murray Hill���������On a gray day I  am always blue.���������Pittsburg Chroniclo*  Telegraph.  Head Gffiee, Toronto ,  Paid Up Capital - $2,000,000  Reserve     -    -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors :~  n. S. Howland,  President  T.R.Merntt.Vice Pre..., (St.Catharines)  William Kainsay, Robert Jalfray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner  J-Iifl_> Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager,  Branches  North West and British Columbia  If you try your luck prospecting.  -In ._tho_ Lardeau District, don't  paaa "l. M." CITRO-r'S-.ee_noral_  store at Thomson's Landing,'vi hen"  you can buy the cheapest nnd  bc9t miners' Eupplioa in tho, district.  .*��������� I. M. CITRON  nil-tf  THOMSON'S L4.NDING.  Brandon     [Portage la. Vmcouvei  Calgary       j Prairie Winnipeg  Kdmonton iPrince Albert   Revelstoke  - South Edmonton.  onta wo.  Essex (Niagara Falls   ISt. 1 homos  Fergus       ;P'ort Colborne [Toronto  Gait :T-a.t Portage     j Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie.Woodstock  :St, Catharines f  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  B.ank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with  whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches. ���������  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; Sl��������� Paul, Second National Uank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of Si . and upwards received and  int.er'~'st allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other di'lientiirea purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Kurope,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Brink Tssues Special,Receipts  which will bo nc.count.ecl forat any of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts ln tho  Yukon ank northorn districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Rovelstoko Bran _h  <3u.  PETRETTO  T1?g Roman ,  Shoe .Maker  Dealer in    lioots  ami   Miocn.     Maokcnxto  Avenue, two doors south -Molson's Bank.  Harness Repairing done.  Moderate Prices.   Work iruarantced.  Arrowhead Saw & Planing' Mills  ,'"",        Re veistol_e Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT. -.'-  THE PIONEER LIVERY^-^T  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  --*te^-_r  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  specialty.  nnd   Teaming   a  at 7 o'clock  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning  _l'or.Trout J_iike-City.-_Fo_-parlicalai's_write - -.���������-���������--. -_- - -* - - - ��������� __��������� =  r . CRAIG to HILLMAN.'.TnoMSON*!. Landing.  THE  LAST      ;  CHANCE  To.secure oue of those desirable lots,  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steuin'Navi-.  gatibn Company's site.  Dont    wait    till    the - boom   comes  ,onr way, but BUY.NOW.     ..,.; -  ."'������������������HAIG & ORAGE  Sole Agents;  if You Want-  PIDRE  COWS MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  <  -'.->fc3*y  fio to TJ_E EUROPE-DAIRY  MIlH. V. JULIAN.  eJ.K-er-nagfean  Dp. i/\alloel~  Iliynl .inn and Surgeon, _McKo_zio  jlvuiiuo, Itevelstoke Station, II. C.  Cappentep  and Buildep  O-lco nnd Workshop:   Opposite Court  House. Kovclatokc.  I'lniin. specifications and estimates given on  application. The ian..*. stock of door., sash,  br-ck-t-, turninK". moulding, base casir.RS,  kiln dried llDOrinR. .eilinic. and all inside  finish is now in stock and will be ofwrod ar  prices never before quoted on this tide of  Vancouver. Anv nm* requiring any ot the  above materials will bo consulting th������ir own  Interests by getting my prices before ordering  clsowhcrc. a_r-tf  Robert  Samson  .   Wood Dealer  and Drayman  .  .  Draj inj. and delivery work a specialty. .  Teams always on bai.d at shortest notice.  -Contract! for jobbing taken'.  Agent .for  the    Standard   Oil   Company.  J0-.F1,    _..���������'.":  E.Wood.  JlFCl~itect  and Buildep  Ettlmatco, plans and specifications furnished  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood carvici. a  specialty.      Work    ������ hop'on  Front Street.  What Do You  f%  Want In Shoes ������������������  TI?e Revelstoke  ; Pfooto Company  Revelstoke, B. ft  SltTDIO: DOUGLASSTRBET'  If you want a good Miners' Shoo como to  D. Jenkins. ��������� ,  If ynu want a gool 1'roEpcctora' Shoo como  to D. Jenkins.  If you want n fine or strong Cork Soled Shoo  como to L" Jenkins. .'.'������'  If you waut a Long Leg Boot como to IV  Jenkins.     . ,-'--���������_  Slioo8-__' Harness 'repaired on the shortest'  notico. "All-lines of work kcpt-ln stock'  at prices to suit a'l.  DJ JENKINS  Flr3t Street, ocoblock  Bank ot Canada,         the Imperial  Ilovclstoko Station, B,  C.,,  front  J. H- Hu������  & Company  Butchers 'and    Wholesale   arid  /Retail Scalers in licef, Fork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders in our lino promptly  filled :...  FRANK BARNARD  Brick and;stone Mason     ������������������'.:���������  Chimney building a specialty. Contracts  promptly attended to. Material furnished  when called for-      All   work   guaranteed.  ' First Street, Revelstoke-Station;  'I  i!  -__________-____������___-- 0  LOCAL AND GENERAL  Tlie good old dnys when school punishment was meted out to the lefr.ic-  tory youth hv'niakiug bun sit with a  girl is now past and gone. It never  was punishment for tbe gill, and long  ago it ceased to be for the boy.  The Toronto Star think- one of tbe  (roubles of the Laurier Government is  thu laziness of it- members. It must be  tliu good ones who ine bizy.   Theie  is  the service. Shippers seem prepared,  however, lo give tent least a fair trial.  for'1,000 tons of caigo have already  been engaged lor shipment to Canada  by the steamer that is to li-.ive" Manchester on ,1 line Sth.���������Gaze! te  D.iw-oti City it, not to be left without a newspaper. A complete newspaper outfit is on tin' way there accompanied by Mrs. Wall, wife ot Sam  Wall ot. the 'Fii.co Call, who is now  in lbe Klondyke. JUis. Wall' .takes  wilh her all  me  necessaries for run-  m Ib-'nuuiiier "of" jobs "being pushed   ningasuceessf.il newspaper mid will  .1 i ,i :_'! _. n,.,t ii!..   I,,,i   hersult  assist   in   the editing ol   the  through ample evidence that tbe bad  ones nie active.  A Klondyke cl iim is 250 along the  stream and 100 leel wide, or liom iim  to run. One cun locato as many  claims as he wants, but tbe government takes lbe alternate claims.  These are sold at auction lo tho highest bidder once each mouth.  Truly the findings of tbe Crow's Nest  Pass coiniiiis-ioneis would be excellent  immigration literature to forward to  Europe. ;Whacarushof settleis would  result from the harrowing .recital of  the deaths of so many unfortunate  victims of corpoiate gi_ed.���������E veiling  Telegram.  Young,Phillips, who was one of the  expedition of eight who took the Mer-  rimac into the channel ot Santiago  narbor, is a Canadian, fiom St. John,  N. B. There weie a number of Canadians on the Maine, and one a French  Canadian, was atterw.-nds killed by  tbe same shell that killed Ensign  Baglev on the Winslow. ,  ������������������F.-iiininfe"iii a recent issue says, last  vear the losses of cattle shipped trom  Canada to Great Britain amounted to  eight for every one thousand shipped,  as against five per one thousand in  1S00. Nearly half of the losses last  year, however, occurred on two voyages under exceptional circumstances:  and therefore the losses are not at all  large, ->   v .*        ..:_���������     - *     , *  Lord"W_lseley's name is still spoken  of in .connection with the governor-  nauiaii  .Tiie   Canii  people  general^: . ...  would-be glad'-to welcome bim back  to the country, but it is a little doubtful if they w'lll net, lbe chance. The  command-in-chief for a <-oldter is the  highest prize in the woi Id and Lord  Wolseley mav desire only lhat.  Tt is true that the report of the probable appointment of Loid j Wolseley  to succeed Lord,__heuleun as Governor  Generals-Of' Qiinad.i.- conies'" from'<an  American source. Still 'tliere 'is probability 6f some foundation tor tbe  rumor." Doubtless the appointment  of Lord AVolseley would be very  popular in Canada, aud after all is  said Canada is.tbe most interested-in  the appointment. -  The Macleod, Gazette says: Since  -.lay 1st a very large nuinber of  Mormons from Utah have arrived at  Carriston, and are settling betweeiv  there aud Lethbridge. It i*~ estimated  that with- those who aro now known  to be en route, the number of arrivals  since the above date "will reach 500  and it is expected that" by September  the total -number'- of Mormons in the  colony will "rfe'ach 2;000.'   '  A petition for an order re.qmri~ig.the  -receivers of the Massachusetts Benefit  Life Association to levy an assessment  on the. ex-policy holders of tbat institution, has been filed in'lhe ..Massachusetts Supreme Court by the beneficiaries of Jcertain. deceased -members  of tbe association, and who would  receive a dividend of only about-'10  per cent, ftom the funds now. in the  receivers hands.  ' The feasibility anei probability of an  Anglo-American alliance, or an understanding, -is- attracting widespread  attention, though the idea is universally scoffed at as impracticable. The  papers here -ppint'oiit". An "-Array" of  alleged facts, showing why the interests of the two natiobs ��������� cannot  travel in parallel lines. declarin_r,-that  Great Britain's anxiety for an alliance  is due to fear engendered by. her present isolation. ,   * .   ,  The members of South Dakota have  .got a new .law. passed '.regulatiug. the  issue of  brands for much   the  same  reason, and on .he-same.line .-a-.- those  last ye^r*.adopted hy\ the Northwest  Territories. ��������� There -were" brands'" that  by ve*.y-simple changes could be  worked for the benefit of unscrupulous  owners, and a system is to be enforced  that will, as-uiuch-iis. possible, prevent  such fny.uls.     -,..'.   .-    . ....      ,<    ���������  It is 6tated that Sir Henry Hawkins  was one day lust week admitted into  the Roman Catholic comumnitv in a  church in. the ,Archdiocese of- Westminster. ;'- In -connection ,with this  interesting announcement'it maybe  well to recall "what is perhaps not  generally knowh���������that since the  Gorhani judgment the Chinch of  Rome      insists      on       "conditiona  ti.ipur.  A "Notice lo the Press" which bus  been sent us, i.iy.*,: " Wlu-i eas a lnl_i_  aud wiltully malicious si.uoinenl hns  appeared lo lbe ell'ecl. tliat the next  novel by Miss Mai it: Coieli will bear  the blasphemous and levelling title of  "The Sins of Christ," the said Miss  Marie Coieli heiewilb informs the  pt ess generally tbat lbe said ni.-ilicitius  statement i_ totally without foundation. Owing to ber recent guivi* illness and subsequent enlorced rest,-  Miss Marie Coreh will publish no work  of any kind this year, or for some time  to come; but when she is again able to  produce a new book it will he, as all  her other works have been, ot a distinctly non-atheistical character,--upholding, as in tbe past, the Christian'  faith, ol wliich she is an earnest  follower."  Magistrate���������"You're wearing a  pair ot stolen boots.' Prisoner���������'-Yes;  I've 'put my foot in it' this time!"  A-dividend of 13 shillings per share,  or 5 per cent, has been declared by the  Hudson's Bay Co., for the veiir ending  M.iySI. 1S0S. ^  *  An Irish tenant observed that it  was a hard thing for a man to be turned out of the house wliich his father  built iind his grandfather wa. born in."  The worst case of smallpox in the  quarantine at Winnipeg is that of a,  child.' Tbe'doctois think it will die'  and that the other palienis will probably recover.     ' ���������       " -'     .. ���������  The workmen who are engaged in  making the projectiles lor the big 13-  inch guns, have given them a very  appropriate name. Thev call them  ���������'McKinley Peacemakers."  A new explosive has been discovered in Victoria. Some of the powerful  tour column choughts of the Yankee'  "importation of the.Colonist are going  to.be used foi rock-b'asting. ,'  ��������� .It w'as Put -who observ-d.^.ifter  watching two men shoot at an ea.^le,  and kill'it, that they might have  saved tbe powder and shot a. the fall  alone would have kilted the-bird...., --. .  Tht Minister of Justice is moving in  the m .tier of the late ctuelties 'in the  Ciow's'Nest Puss and steps vwjlb be.  takeu to- lit ing to justice the'actual  parties responsible.' This is right-and  ,as it should be.  According to the London Advertiser  a Brantford holel proprietor threatens  to import barmaids to officiate in his  hotel./'Canadians geneially will-not  approvihot this, step artel .the usual  manncis of the Canadian drinking  public will have to undergo a veiy  material iiiinrovein'ent,: before the introduction of lady bartendeis becomes  a success.-' -  - The East Kootenay Miner says. It  was the'' intention of tbe Dominion  Government that the Ci ow's Nest Pass  laborers should stay iis settlers in the  West, and contractors seem to' have  co-operated in tho-grand -idea,- inasmuch as they struck a rate of wages  whicli gave these prospective settlers  the choice of staying in the west or  returning home on foot. -  '���������  .''The Paris Figaro publishes a story-  received from its correspondent at  went to sea with Admiral Camara to  witness experiments with a marvellous  new explosive named poxpyre. , Th?  projectile is a rocket with Tv. greater  range than any of t.he most modern  guns. 'Its explosion will'sink an irou  clad immediately. A few Of the projectiles will'destroy a whole town.  The apparatus is worked by. tlfree  trie n~f roirrshi p~boat_r~   "~T     '~U~-  COST OF.THE BRITISH  ' . ,"  ���������' *- *���������,-    .ARMY AND NAVY.  A parliamentary paper was, on  Tuesday presented to Parliament,  which was moved torjiy Lord Charles  Beiesford, show ing the total cosr. of  the administration ol the War office  and Admiialty for the linancial year  JSIIS 00., Tbe sunininiy shows that lhe  amount esliiiiaied.l'or the whole army  'for salary, wages, allowniires. and noti-  'ell'ective charges was -til.II 10.200: tbe  the amount estimaied- for material  and works, ������U,!15'(,_1(': and other  char ces. U(i'27,000; making a, total  of C1!),__0,._J_. The amount, estimated  for the whole navy for sainties, wages,  allowances and non-ell'ective charges  is-l'S,7o'2,llS: tbe aiiiountesliinati'd lor  material and works, ������11,GS1,151; and  other _-har_.es. _U3I5,1.}1: making a  total of 1:2:1.118,100. The total for  army and navy together is 1712,!)!IS,010.  MR. M'CARTHV'S WILL  The will of the late D'Alton. Mc-,  Carthy. M. P., was entered for probate, .1 nne S, by the Ontatio Trust Corporation, lbe executors of tbe estate.  The will is dated July 21. 1SI15. It bequeaths properly valued ,at $GS.5_0,  exclusive ot lire insurance. The house  hold ell'ects go to Mrs. McCaithy, and  the law library to his son. D'Alton  Lally McCarthy. The balance of the  estate was converted into cash at the  discretion of the trustees, and divided  between -his widow," son, married  daughter, Mrs. James Ince, and stepdaughter, Mrs Clara Fitzgibbons.  ' AN ODD SNAP SHOT.  A Photographic Freak That riiolograph-  .sr&Have _~������ot YefcPoen Ablo tnKxpl.nn.  s,Tho accompanying illustration of a  horso and rig, reproduced from a photograph, is an example of ono of the 1110-.6  remarkablo tricks of the camoi .1 'jet recorded. As a rule, the eccentricity of 11  camera is suspcctiblo of explanation, but  ln this instaneo- the-photographers ot  England do not sooni to bo ablo to explain, tho cause'of so curious 11 plcturo.  Tho'lio-so pictured belongs to Georgo  E\ Neoves ot Cromor Lodge, Biiilliurst  Road, South Croydon, Kngland, ami (ho  plcturo wus taken at what is called tlio  New Quay, Cornwall. So far as human  eye could observe,.tlio horso had four leg?  ���������but, lo! whon tho picture was dovclopcd  tho- fourth' leg had completely disappeared.  Tho camera was an ordinary cine, and  tho circumstances woro' such .-is would  justify tho belief that, a p-rfect and complete picturo would bo taken. Thero was  plenty k of   sunlight,   tho   photognipher'fl  - v'**  |>~V,'->,-b-  KI  baptism   of  its   converts,  wrongly called rebaptism.   Sir Henry  Hawkinsjs 81 years of uge.  A trained nurse savs that in suite of  all teaching, the hardest thing she has  to fight against in her work in-private  houses is the non-ventilation of the  sickroom. To shut up an invalid-as  nearly air tight as' possible seems to  be the shibboleth of the majority of  persons; yet sick people more than-  others need the strengthening qualities of fresh air. Draughts, of course  are to be'avoided, but a lot of afresh  air is obligatory in every case.  Ernest Terah 'Hooley, the English-company promoter, -who applied  for and obtained receiving order in  bankruptcy promises to jnakestartling  revelations regarding the extent to  which hlacknmilingis prevalent in the  city ofLoridbh. and adds that his  osiate will probably-.show a surplus of  ,������500.000. Mr. Hooley says everybody  ���������������������������ill be paid in full.'I'have not.worked  alone. I have always been in a syndicate and have had all sorts of people  with me. from the .highest in the land  to the lowest. I Have ' been making  the business and they the profit. I  intend to. show up the methods of  some of the financial-journal, so that  they will never dare to hold up their  heads again. ' ~-  Jhe - new Manchester-Canadian  etc-junship line has already beeun its  eervtee. and the. auspices are distinctly encouraging. The first steamer  arrived in. Manchester last Sunday  week with a.t'ull cargo of cattle, gram,  timber, fruit, nnd other produce of the  "Uominion. The success of tho new  venture in competing against the  other regular lines will probably defend in a great measure on the support it may receive* from exportcrs in  ���������the Manchester district, and this will  _lc|icnd in turn up~"n > the efficiency ol  '��������� The steamer Cottage City arrived at  Port Townsoncl on June 13 from  Alaska." " Passengers report, that Lake  Lindeman is clear of ice. Exlra'steanf-  ers are running day aiid night taking  nuiierSi across. "Scows laderr.with  sifpphes have boon crushed in' the'ice  on 'Lake Bennett,'- losing 'everything  aboard. Three bundled men have  succeeded in io-iehing tho interior ot  Alaska via Yakutal hay. Parties aiv  riving cfrom there state that ��������� rich  diggings have been struck on Alsace  river.      , '       ,  The funeral of the late Sir'Adolphe  Chapleau took place from Laval University on Thursday Morning the 10th,       and was one of the largest ever held in  sometimes I Montreal.   The pallbearers   were Sir  George Moir, the well known organiser for the Conservative party, died  at 0_ttawa on .Tune loth, as the result  of ah attack ot meningitis.  Talk about rain being''go~ad"for the  coutitry'is rank heiesy.'in view~bf the  Globe's intimation -_that the blessings  ot Lhis 1 country are due, .not to'the'  gifts of the bountiful Creator, bout  tbe genius of the Ablest Man in Canada, to wit and namely Cliffoid Sifton, late of Brandon, Manitoba.  Iif the House of Commons replying  to a question relative to the power ot  the government ol Canada to expel  Spanish agents from that countryrSir  1-iebiud Webster, the Attorney-General, said that.iinder ordinary circumstances the power to deal -with such  matters was���������a "prerogative" of the  Ciown, and that the Colonial government would not be "liable to lit 's"ued  for damages lor expelling such persons.  - -The * liquidation- of (the Leiter holdings of cash wheat is now in full pio-  gress.' ��������� The ,A.rmour interests, to  jvlitim the wheat-, was turned-, over,  sold" about 500,000 bushels yesterday in  all-positions. Since Armour took hold  the sales of Leiter wheat are understood to have amounted each clay to  about five times as much as the pri-  'maiv receipts, a rate which will soon  make -a hole in 1I1Vamount of wheat  .turned over. All developnientsJChi-  cago despatches said, indicate that  the Leiter holdings ot cash wheat the  world 'Over _ate,ya,stly 'greater' than  were generally-supposed. Leiter'hafl  in this'country.ab'''ut'10,000,00()bushels  and in Em ope and atioat for Europe  .about"-,000,000.       '", , ��������������������������� ^   -��������� .'  ' -The Earl of SeH-Olrne, under-'secretary for the colonies, addressing the  Conservative association at Brampton  said'that'the atip'roachinentbt England  an'd America.'was "a work fitting Lord  Salisbury to a place in the country's  Annals. I know of no other achievement," said Lord Selborne. "that will  tend more to the benefit of the human  race. Vet three years ago Lord Salisbury was denounced i'or knuckling  down to America, just as he is now  denounced, for \ weak kneed Chinese  policy. Let the country have patience.  The Chinese question is only at' the  beginning.,'. If. we, wish to" preserve  our commercial rights'and"privileges;  in China intact, we must be prepared  for a land war on a large scale."  Oilr Credit's}stem.   -'  Bookkeeper���������This man has always paid  cash and'now wants to, open un account.  Shall I accommodate Mm?  Manager���������Certainly not.  '  Bookkeeper���������And this nian'hns had on  account nnd now pays cash. -  -   JIiirihger-^-Noier'' trust1 him   again.���������  Brboklyn'Ijifo."'" ���������       ' ;  A STKAXGE I*IIO l'OG ItAl'HIC FREAK.  back was to tho sun, and thero was nothing to disturb the camera during lho  photographic process. Tho exposure was  of 'two seconds'! duration .\  ' Mr. Ne'ovoVdeclares" that the horso did  not movo,a,sixteenth of an inch,"for he-  watchecriiim every second. In answer to.  a lotter of inquiry regarding this strange  freak, Mr. Xeeves says: "Tcannot explain  this seeming mystery)' although : I*have'  tried to get somo light thrown on tho  subiecfc by expert photographers. I am a  photographer mysolf, and am free to say  it is too much for mo. Tho loss of the leg  cannot havb*beori-tho fault of; tho plate,  because all tho details, of the wheel aro'-  given.    . ' < __   ,'1', i'y "   ' " '  "It i ."equally truo'.that tho missing log  could not' liavo" disappeared' becauso "of  some movement on tho part of tho aui-  -mal, for no matter how slight that movement might havo' been it would havo  unused the whole to "blur.. Thoro were no  oross rays, neither was there anything tho  1 matter with tho apparatus.1 It 'is^alto-  gefchor the most curious' photographic  mystery that I hayp .-ever' known iu all  my experienco with tho camera."  THE MOTHER OF GLADSTONE-  She Was "Bonnie Bliss Itobcrlson" Beforo  Her BTai'riaKe.'  - Gladstone's' mothor was a Highland  lassie betorovsho married Sh" John Glad  .stone, tho Liverpool - morehant prince.  Thcyo arc still some old peoplo left who  recall those long-ago summers in tlio beginning of th'o century, when "Bonnie  Miss Robertson,'" ������3 she wast called by  young aiul; old." was tho h'ollo of Dingwall.  By theso she is remembered as a young  lady of "winsonio manners, . high ~accom-  plishijicnts, gontlo disposition, and passionately devoted tcf'Sunduy school work.  \V-hpn sho'becamo a wife->ho" did not forgot her native'town,, und as often as pps*'  Wilfrid Laurier, Premier Marchand,  Chief Justice Licoste. Judge Wurtelle,  Judge L'Oranger, Hon Mr, Xante],  Hon, Mr. Masson and Sir Wm. Hing*  ston. The funeral service in Notre  Dame church was a most impressive  one, the largo edifice being jammed to  the doors. Rev. Abbe Trofe, parish  priest of Notre Dame, officiated. -The  remains were followed to Cote Des  Neiges cemetery by. a large .concourse  of people.  A very distressing and fatal accident  occurred' at Wolseley on the, 13th.  The young sons of Louis Dourcault  on leaving school mounted the same  horse to lide home, the [elder boy-  placing in fun the picket 'rope round  his own neck. Something startled  the horse which bolted, throwing the,  boys and dragging the older one more  th&n a mile, by the neck. The alarm  was raised but by the time the hoy's  uncle, .1. Tourigny, could overtake the  pony the little fellow had heen strangled. There is widespread sympathy  with the parents in their great trouble.  The little fellow was of more than  ordinary prpmise. ,   ������    * ���������   '     .  The spectacle of a large gang of  penitentiary convicts working rn the  open wilh no officers to guara them is  presented eveiy day at Yuma, A. T.  They are camped bn the Colorado  river a little above Yuma, and thev  are engaged in cutting wood for llie  territory. None of theni escapes.  None 11 ies to escape. Why do they  slay? Because one guards the other.  Each man is a "short termer," none  of them haying more than a year to  serve. All lire allowed a rebate for  the work they do. When a convict  has cut two cords of wood he has  earned a clay's rebate on liis term.  But should one escape all lose rebites.  Thus each man becomes his- brother's  keeper,���������'Frisco Call.  '   The Tteanon "Why.  Mrs. (JbHgfi-ly���������If" you "want to go on  tlio stage, my clear, why don't .you get n  divorco from old Monoyburnas a means  to tlio end?        - *��������� - *"        _   -  Mrs. Money burn���������Becauso unfortunately that would bo un end to the means.���������  Town Topics.  Tommy'! Inference.  Teacher���������What do wo learn from the  ftory of Samson?    _ ,  Tommy (with unpleasant results' still  manifest)���������That it doesn't pay ter have  women folks cut a feller's hair.���������Xew  York Truth.      ' .  Perfectly Impartial.  She���������So you am engaged to ono'of the  Musgravo twins? How do you distinguish  ono from the other?  -He���������I don't try to.���������Harlem Life.  LADY   GIj.-IIS-IOXI".  Her Iteason. =  Cholly���������What makes   you   think he',  homely?  ,Ethel���������His face.���������Brooklyn Life. i  There"j-re Many Like Him.    -  "Bindley is a great hustler.",, ' *  "Yes, but he never has timo to get started right."���������Petroit News.  The -I&n Who Knotvs It All.    . t  "Lliis world is full of" iniSefj- ���������������������������---  That ouc&t not t?Te-!=t.-  Follis have no ripht to charge to fate  The luck that they���������have missed.      "'  Tie take tlie wrong road to the goal  And stumble, trip and fall,  When right next door perhaps thore livoa  Tlie man "A ho knows it all. $  He's reedy, too, to give advice.  If yen are indigent, __    ���������  Hi*'li t.'ll you what yonrought to do,~  And not charge you a _~*nt.' * -~    * '-  the "iult is yours if you go wrong  And fail nnd have to call ������-  For help. You should have gone and asked  Tho man i. ho know s it all.  Oh. w hat a "wretched, -wretched place  Thi", erring world would bo '  Without tec constant help vouchsafed  Uy him and such as he!  Fo when you meet lum auywhete  Il^forc him prostrate fall ,     J  And woiship, as you ought to do, 'j  The nun who knows il all.  ' ���������Somerville Journal.  siblo'mado visits io (ho oltl home, along  with her young family, residing on thoso  occasions with a rcl itive, Mrs. Chisholm,  of Briduig House.        ' *  If you Mant employment, or  lonking for a house to rent .\ hen  you leach Vancouver apply lo  The  Vancouver" Employ men t  and' House ' Renting" Agency  _3I.    Il'a-tiDKS    Snout.    \Vi_st.  The.Vernon Soda  ���������  Water Works . .  M- J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  "fanufiicturrr nf������*todii "Wiile., -iinjci'i'  ,,.\lc, -Jursupi ilia and all HofL JJrink...  A full supply kept in >-tocl. at Mc-  Cartj'a Cold _iorngo, -heie orders  can bu left. aSOsw-tf  , JAS.   MeMAHOJJ.  Genera!  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  Wagons, heavy and light, built to order or^  rep.iiied,   Hora_shoeiii|_ n specialty.  Shop on Doiifdis Street, Kast, Hevelstokc.  S. JMc.Mahoii, Manot'ei.  Shop on First Street, just west of Union  Hotel, Revols-oke Station. Jim Mo-Iahon,  Manager. - * n^ tf  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Materia!  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  ., Call and see us. We can fix yoii  REVELSTOKE SAW, MIUS  Kevelstol-O.Station, B.-C.  aosears  Wholesale  and R et'ail  ggist;-uaig.  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf     . ,  HEVELSjep  s  ' Blacl_sm _ _2_i__s> Jobbimr  Plumbing;.' 3?iPe Fitting  ���������_Tins__-_-__i___;  Sheet Iron Worls  Maclimery 2_.ep_s.ired  Mining Work a Sp8ciaRy________  ROBT.'.GO__DON.;   , ;'  .Revelstoke Stn.      "     ;J  -{eveisto^e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand."  "WOULD    YOU   INVEST  T   PROFITABLY?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   -���������   -   -   -  It has been predicted hy lending men of Canada that Itevelstoke will  lie one of the leading cities of West Kootenay. Thnt ils unique position  where the C, P. ].. crosses the beautiful Columbia valley, with water transportation :o tbo north and south and in close ptoximity'lo lhe richest mines  in Kootenay. making its location unu .u.illy favorable, if you want to invest  'your money in manufactories, real estate, or mining property, visit  Itevelstoke, llie "Gateway to the Kootenay.-'  Wo me moving lo the front and no obstacle will or can impede our  wonderful progress.     Do  not forget that- you will  never buy real estate as  cheap as you can buy it today.    Figure the inciease of the past and speculate   -  in Revels toko, the "Gateway to tbe Kootenay.''  The banks of the Columbia, on wnich river the town is situated, have  been the stage upon which strange scenes have been displayed and wild and  dm inir exploits pei formed by tbe thousands who entered tliis district during  the '07 gold boom in the Big Bend.  .jr, Revelstoke is probably one of the oldest towns in the interior. And it  was not until this title question was settled that Revelstoke reallv becran to  forge ahead, commercially and otherwise. Growth was slow until 1807, but  tbe old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and s .acted 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 is  now and will be mere .singly so in the future a railwav point of considerable  importance in the C. P. R. system and a distributing centre for the business of  the rich mining districts included in the section popularly known as North  Kootenay. Its impotqunce in these-connections is due lo 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 passes  running north and south, to the. famous gold fields of the Big Bend and the  rich mineral leads ot the Lardeau, while on the east up the Illecillewaet  another district of gieat prospect is being opened up. The town is the point  of junction of the main lino and the Arrowhead branch of the C. P. R., hy  which access is gained to the South Kootenav by rail aud steamer. Another  line of steamers will make Revelstoke th'eir starting point for the Big Bend,  for which country it is at present the .oie outfitting point and base of supplies.  Thus by the mere force ot geographical position alone Revelstoke has forged  to the lront until the little mining camp of a few years ago has become a town  of considerable importance to the business of the province.  The mining industry is still in its infancy, but with the careful expenditure of capital in development work will grow io large dimensions.  Large ai eas of land in close proximity to the lown are covered with  timber suitable for lumber, hut 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 fine farming aiid gardening land, and the  demand for produce is always many times larger than the supplv, train loads  being imported from other points every season. 'This should lje taken into  consideration by intending settlers. , .   ���������   .  Across the river from Revelstoke 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 watcr.'supplied by a system of water  works, from the mountain side just north of the town, underlying which is a  sti atuiii of gravel that ensures a natural drainage. A short distance up the C.  P. li.. track, east, to tbe lllecillewaet 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 theii~,Hno electric lighting plant. They have an unlimited power which later,on will be  useful i'or manufacturing purposes and running the proposed street car line.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants  Wood! Vvood!  *=���������^=���������������������������Guar anteed-Full���������   Cord Measure.  _ The un.dersigned.has a large supply  of Hemlock,, Spruce. Fir and' Pine  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. XV. M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or" with "IT, -N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke. .  17nlf FRANK JULIAN.  L~JL FRETZ  Contractor and Buildep. ���������  Shop oppoBito Imperial Bunk.  j Gold Mini- in n Cow. ^  Vive years ago Mis. Klisluv Woodford,  who lives on a farm threo mllos north of  Mishawuka, Ind., placed $500 'in gold in  a boxful of bran'in'tho cellar, which had  served as a receptacle��������� for o'ggs. During'  Mrs. Woodford's'four wcoks' absenco last  spring tho children decided to replace tho  bran in tho chest, and tho box was placed  in a convenient location for tho cow to  reach its contents. Several wcoks ago the.  money was iuis*-oiK but not a singlo  member ot tho family recalled tlio incident of early - spring. *' Tho money was  given up us having boon stolon. Last  wook-the cow hacaino 111, and tho JWood-  fords finally mourned hor death. A veterinarian and spvcral curious, npighbors  undertook to explain thecauso of "tho animal's taking oft", and when tho stomach  was dissected tho onlookers woro startled  to find a siniillKlondike. Tho money was  counted and provol to bo Sirs. -Woodford's  ~~00 in gold.  Small I'ncls.  Everybody hateS flattery, but fow people rccognizo it.  "When two country girls spend the night  together, they toll each other news enough  to"flll a four-page Mirplcmcnt of tho next  week's villago ncw-paper.  A young man nevor realizes how many  bad qualities his most intimate friend  really has until ho lind* out somo day  that thoy ore both In lovo with tho samo  girl. ���������     ��������� '  Workmanship Guaranteed  ni    ���������Torms Cash  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  -Anyono sonillin? a nltctrh and deicrintlon mny  nulckly ascertain our opinion frco whether nn  invention I. probably niiienl able. Communications ntrlctlycontldoiit-il. Handbook on I'utonts  aenl free. Oldest neency for Hiicurliic imtentn.  ratpiitu tnkpn tbroueli Mumi & Co. recolvo  special notice, without clinrgc, in tlio  Scicmi-.c Htnericam  A hnnitsomoly Illustrated weekly. J.nrKCit circulation of any KCiontlllo Journal. Terms. .3 ..  veiir: foiir months, $1. Sold by all non-deiilcrr.  MUNN & Co;36'8'03^' New York  nmuch omce. 125 F St.. Washington, n. C.  iiaiwiii  PROMPTLY SEGURED  President Krugrr on Olllco Seeking.  A good story cf ' President Kruger is  told In an article on "Mining 'and Politics in tho Transvaal." , Home of tho  President's youngrelationsapplicd to hun  for office. Ho considered awhile, and said:  "I can do nothing; for tho high offices'of-  the State are in firm hands, aud for 'little'  tlwkihips you aro too stupid."  "Write for our inti* rrstinir hook. " Tnicnt-  or's Help" and "How you-nro _i\ii.llc.l."  Send us a rough sketch or model of your  iii'i'iitionoi- iiiipiovcmciil .mil we Mill toll  you froo our opinion n-> In .vlicthcr il i.  ir.-ob.ihlv patentable. V. c liitil.o.ispiciaUy  of applications rejected in other li-iidi.  Highest references f uiiu-ihcd.  alARION & itIAKION  PATENT SOLICITOUS & EXPERTS  Civil _ Mccli .-Iin! J ntrlncrrs. Grad'intes or tho \  IMIjtrcIinlc School nf. I_.lij,'in'-c.ln,;. liach.l.rs In  Applied Scltnri'S, J__v.U I'lil-ci-llv Members  -..tent 1,-iv. A������sorHti,)ii. .* iiifrlr in 11 ntcrV or_s  Assoc! tlion, Srvt 1 n_'l mil AViiti-r Works A.joc.  P. tt *,ntvp*orR A���������v_iittou, Assoj. Muiubir Can.  SocIlIv ofCl-.il Engineers.  Subsei-ibe   fop tlie Daily  op  Semi-Weekly  ,-Hepald and Keep- Posted on cNoptfe Kootenay  FERGUSON  I The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines  Be Sure and register at the ,,  MUftORJIl^JiOm  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords.     Rates from $2  lo ."53 per day.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������   Proprietors.  Tl,e Pioneer  Stor-es  " ���������,nof Fepguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods. -  Everything to be found in a Rcncral store.  Post Ollice In connection.  -.    >*'  -if*  4  * ������������������*_'  . "Ji.  _.''"*  -'*������-,'*  "$~U 1  * -_*  "ft  -"*  -1    ^l  Shortest and  Quickest Route  t  To Ynkou and   Klondike Gold  Fields.  To Eastern and European points."  To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.  At our TKN'-MILE BR.\N~CH Store  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,   I  and Tail Minora' and,Prospectors' Supplies are  -   kept'on hand  C. B. Maclean  ARCHITECT,  and BUILDER  TOURIST  CARS  models   of  aro  Hun daily and  comfort.  Magnificent bleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets    issued    through   and  baggage checked to destination.  Eastbouud-D._ilv Tkain-Westbound  7:40 a.m. lve-Reyelstoke-lve 3:20 p.m. .  Connection with Kootenay  points, 8 a.m. leave Revelstoke,  arrive 4:30 p.m.  For information, time cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W. F. Axderso.v, Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. COYLE, District Passenger  Agents Vancouver.  Kstlmatcs fnmished. Plans and .peci-  flcations made. Am also prepared to do  ebop and jon work on the -hortc*~t  notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ia  everv case.   Call or write for terxni.  Main Street  Revelstoke  Sam Needham  Giothe  S Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style a: Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  KasIo&SlocanB;  TIME C/\RD  Subject to ch_CKO without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOrKG WEST D-IL- GOI-G EAST  8:00 am Leave Kaslo -Arrive 3:50 p m  8.36am ...South Fork... 3:15pm  9:30am       '   ....Sproule's    "      2:15 pm  ISlara      "   ...Wliitewhter...   "     2.-00pm  10.C3am      *     Bear Lake ...   "     1:18 pm  10:1sam      '    . .McGuigan    "     _L33pm  10-.3_.am      "    Cody Junction    "     1:12 pm  10:50 a m Arrive Sandon Leave 1*0 pm  I CODV __-E  Leavo 11:00 am Sandon Arrive 11:45 a m  Arrive 11_~0 a in ....Cody Leave 11:25 a m  KOBK_~T. IRVING  I GEO.F.COPKLAKD .  a. K. and P. A.       I      Bupeilnten ent  K -I  just Arrived  Hammocl-S  Musical  Instruments  Footballs  Tennis  Racquets  Baseball Goods  Croquet Sets  Chinese  Lanterns  Furses  Pipes  Flags  Children's  Wagons  Wall Paper,  Etc., Etc.  panada Drug &  "^     Book Co., Ltd.,  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL  AND _GEHERAL   NEWS  --Call at the Victoria at 0:80 for a sandwich.  From Thursday's P.111.V lji:n_r.r*.  The  Presbyterian   ehiirc-h   is  being  lathed and plastered.  Mr. Geo. T.  Newman.  I ,1, 11. Woodside, laic ut thu 0.  I 1'. It. reslaiir.ini, leaves on Monday  I fur KaniliKips where he will in future  I re. iilc.  I     \V.   M.   Lawrenee    bus   put on   in  eoiiiieetiini Willi his business a delivery  I liorsu unil wagon.    Tliere  are signs ul  1 siirress well ileserveil.  I The singe is being beautifully deeor-  iited fur ilu: driiinalic- uiiterLainmelit  011 Tui'sday evening, .lune "__lh. Noth-  , ing to i't|u'al il   bus  ever been  .-.ceil 111  1 Kevelstoke before.    Only 50 ceiiiis to  i all purls of lhe ball.  Plan of hull and ticket.*, can he lind  at the stores of F. 13. Wells and C. J.  AiK'iin for the dramatic entertainment  on Tuesday e.veuiiut. 2Sth .lune. Fitly  cents to iil'l purls of ball. Call e.irly  and secure good seats.  Mr. Harman. 11 large California  i.ealcr in dried fruit., wuu does a big  11 min in Kuiiteiiav. ai-cnmpaiiicd by  .\ir__. lliirui.'in und fiel- two boys, ciunu  up tin lbe sti'iiiin'i- 15n.-sl.intl yesterday  nn a visit lo Hriti-*li CJoliinibia. lhe  iiurtv nre en roiile In lliinlf to spend 11  'lew "weeks -it thai popular resort in  Alberta.  All the talk down llie river is about  llie new born town.ile. Tliis place is  opposite Deer Park, :m the Columbia,  and is the point, at which the newRnb-  -1111 iiikI Punliclon railroad leaves the  vnllev nf tlie. river and strikes clue  wist*thiough the hills. The settler,  who is located on the townsite, lias  not completed his homestead duties,  and so lias no crown grant, hut he is  ,������Ming   lenses   of   town   lots   for two  House and Lot for Sale.  .V house and lot on Third Street,  t.ie Cowan Block, for stile      '"  lurs to tlio II"'tALD office.  1 1111111.11������.... .v. eot, just cast of  the Cowan Block, for stile.   Apply for pnrticu-  Liquor   License  Notice.  Notice is hereby given thnt v.-e, tht under-  sinned, Intend to apply SO days after date, to  the Stipendiary Magistrate of North Itldiiiicof  Wi-l Kootenav for license to sell liquor at the  Queen's hotel, Comaplix, Ii. C.  CUNMNOIIAM ti BKIWAV.  Comaplix, May 21st, 11108.  MTffr-i---,iw-^���������*-*,   a_-&  ������k__  f WTf ������___  Dissolution of Partnership  The partnership heretofore i.xlstlnp: between  us, the undersigned. Is this day dissolved by  iiiiitiiiiU'onsent. All debts due the llrm Mill  he collected hv James K. Wright, by whom the  business will be c'oiidiicteil ill the old stand,  nnd who will pay nil oulsliiiidlni; account..  Wln-til-cnrm. ... k. .Ymoi.T.  il jlv8 Thomas A. l'li'i'v.  Application For Land.  Notice Is herebv Riven that 00days after date  I intend to iipplv'tn the Chief Commissioner nl  Lands nnd W orlcs for permission to piiri'hiise  :"-���������) acres, more or leas, of uiisurveved laud,  part of which was formerly preempted hut now  abandoned by Ai'ehlllu Levestitie and situate  on Downie creek, "tit Bend district nnd described ns follows: Commencing at a post at  X. K. comer of Ferguson's hind, marked . .L..  1 hence north 80 chains, ihenee west 40 rlinlns  tlience smith 80 chains, thence east 41) chains,  containing 820 acres, more or less.  Geo. LAFortMi..  Bevclstoko, B. C, .Innofi, 1898. daugO  $P������M!f���������   Of  w >l  iiM'r.  WWffiTi  of  Arrov  Mi-f  resi-  Second  merchant  .-head, was in town today.  . T. li. I,. Taylor 11'tnrned  homo  on No'. 2tlii<~ inoriiiiig  after a ni.iiitliv  vi.-it 10 relative-: on the coast.  Mei=r-!. .1. J Folev. of Mm Lnki'view  bo'tel. unci E. .1. Kerr, of the Arrowhead hotel. Arrowhead, were in town  yesterday,  J. KeViingh.-iii hns  the  continct for  the construction of :i   hundsoiue  deuce for   Mr.   F.  Taylor   on  street, west.  Work on the wagon road to Ihe  head to the head of lhe Canyon will be  proceed ed with immediately. Men  are now being engaged  for tho  work.  D. McCarthy has commenced on the  const ruction of 11 handsome new residence for Mr. Fullis. on the bill opposite lbe i-ourt house. When completed  Sir. Fallis intend"- bringing out bis  family from Ontario.  Two pnitii"- of American newspaper  men and women will shortly visit.  .British Columbia. The first party,  consistinir of 200 uieinbers of the Minnesota Editorial Association, wil!-arrive in Revelstoko about .1 niy 111 Ir  im mute to the couit in charge of W.  J. Whyte. press agent of the Inferior  department.  Messr.. .fas. Gill & Co.. of the' le.-ul-  ins store, as will be seen hy .���������iiinouiiee-  ment. in this issue, will hold a. irranil  openimr on Tuesday, .Ion" 2Slb. next,  in their new store iri the Taylor blpek.  _ Ir. Gill, who has just returned from  the e.-.-lorn markets, where he lm*  made extensive purchases for cash of  all new and fashionable goods.  Friday's D_>ily Heiiald.  The O. P. R. is now hnrnin<r down,  the old Chinese shacks on the hill near  the depot.   _Mi-r=_M"i~i"~n,-rlie mnnager-of-the_Free-  Coinage. left for Fergnscin lhis iiiiirn-  ins 10 pnt'on .-i gang of men to do  development work.  Mi*..i Alice Bielhv. who has been'  vi=it'ui'_ her sister. Mrs. R. P. Pellj-  pieee. leave** cm tomorrow nioiiiinc's  train for her home in Fletcher.   Idaho.  The friends of the srovornnien- have  no nce.-wion to blush on ucoonr.t of the  treatment of this section of the province. We hnve. been given evervthintr  ���������sn far that we have asked for, and if  we un* not i-nnl-nr it is our own fault.  ���������Ro-.slur.il l.et'oril.  ���������    Local. Personal and Political.  ve.-tri which have already jumped  i'rom $23 nnd $."10 to $150 and $200. Ten  days ago be was a poor man, now lbe  money is just pouring in on hiin.  The   Workingmen.  jI Tri lhe Kdllorc.t llie Herald.  Sn:- Will you kindly allow me  space in ;nk tlie worUiiiRincn (if this  purl of tlif- country a l-nestion1 Di"  anv of the businessmen of Revelstoke  wlio uru now sir~i~ort,ing Mr. Kellie  conn* to the mwislancc! "f tbe working-  uien in regard to th. wages 'illowed on  the. river hank work in fhe spi_"������-"  IS!).">. whicli was started at ,$1.50 per  day. and fcr which a public mc/'ting  wns i-iilled bv ourselves in Peterson's  ball for the purpose of making represent., lion to the propel' authorities to  have 1 be wages increased to I he usual  stund.-ir I.  Yours tl'illv,  Onic Who Was Tuunn!. -  Rei"lsto1ci*. June 22.  PROCLAMATION  Jamas Gill & Co. will  offer to the public ot  Revelstoke unci vicinity, a woll assorted Btock of  Clothing,  t''C finest assortment ever seen in Revelstoke.  Men's   Furnishings,  including  a  wonderful   yuriety of  shirts and necktieSj-the latest in the market.  Hats and Caps, quality and style unsurpassed.  Boots and Shoe?, to fit and suit you all.  Ilouse   Furnishings,   comprising    carpets,    within    the  reach or every one.  Art Squares, in endless variety of .style and price.  Kidderminster aud Ti.pestry, Rugs, full ranje.  Linoleums, Oil Cloth and Japanese matting, in-beautiful  designs.  Tapestry.    Curtains and Table Covers,  in   irressistalile  effects.  Eider   Down   Quilts,   Pillows, Cushions    etc.,   in   great'  variety.      Blankets   tind^ numerous  Other  articles, nil   ot  whicli will-be offerej you at eastern pricos.  Confusion   Iucrcasing.  To the Editor of the HEit.u.n:  Sn?: Since my letter to th" Hi-:it.\l.r)  of recent, date iu which I suggested  .thai cyclists adopt 11 rule as lo which  way in 1 urn. anil pinposeil that. we.  lurnlollie right,, anol.her letter appear.-,- in vour paper signed "Cartwheels."' sti'-iri'sling that the old country and Brili.-h Columbia plan of turning to the left be used. Since Ibis  letter appeared there is more confusion than ever as sonic insist to keeping to llie right and  others to I he left.  Tliis is a shameful slate ol'11 (fairs  and it is 11 disgrace to the riders in  lhis town that some iiiicloi-aaniliiig is  not arrived at. However a.s it, is Ihe  law of British Columbia to lorn In the  left, let us in,future keep to the left.  \VllEE~.S.  [L. S.I THOS. R. McINXES.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  nCTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,  Qi'KENi Defender of the Faith, ic., &e���������  &e.  TO ALI. TO WHOM THESE   I'lirSESTS   SHAM.   COME,���������  GREETING.  A   PROCLAMATION.  D. M. Enr.nTS.        j    ,\A7 HEREAS   We  are  Attorney-General.  I  .   vv     desirous  nud re-  sol ,-cd, us soon as may be, to meet Our people  of  Our Province of British Columbia, nnd to  havfi .their advice in Our legislature, Wo do  111 akc iuw-'ft Rl"~ I'oynl Will nnd Pleasure to  cal"~a nejv I,eg_ji,_fivp Assembly of Our said  ] Proi.u_o7a_ddol.iiaUi.ep  dpfj.are thnt, by the  I* _.���������������_("" i������f ,<"���������"���������  Executive Councilpf British  I Columbia, ������'. Jl**'* JW������ (la>' &lvM ������Fdcr*f /9F  '������������ Our Writi- |u line fpmi. fori'a~lin,-a  '~s" T    . ,  "vc AfcM'iiilily for Our -Hid Pro  new Legisln. ..n (0 UeMi, ,iflt������ 0!1 n,0  vince, which  Writs r. -., t0 ^ rot������ril*  seventh day of June, instant, a.. '-���������> _���������,t  able on or before the thirty-lirst dny of Au0.  next.  Is TnjTUiosv WiiEiino. We have caused  these Our Letter.- to be made Patent,  and the Public Seal of the said Province to be hereunto afli.\cd: Witness,  the Honourable Thos. 11. McInkes.  Lieutenant-Governor of Our snid Province of British Columbia, In Our City  "of Victoria, in Our said Province, this  -seventh dny of June, in the jenrof  Our Lord one thousand eight hundred  and nincty-elght, and in the .sixty-  first year of Our Iteign.  By Command. -  Ii. II. TYRWIIITT DRAKE,  djyl" P.cgistrar of the Supreme Court.  A cordial invitation is extended to you all to come tb our  spacious warerooms on Tuesday, June 28th, if only;^ to inspect  our goods.  1T_^"_rLO"R-    BX-OG-IK-,    MCKENZIE- __VVE2sTTJE..  D.in Keith, the. railway contractor,  i= in lown  loday.  Service.-- Inniorrow in lh" ]'i���������-by-  loriun chinch ,-it the usual hour.  Miss .-Mice Bieiby left ihi- morning  fnv her huiiie in  Pletclier. Idaho.  Col. J.-irvis. of Soutii Edmiuilon.  went, through this u.-i-nirig to Xi-l-cm.  All-. Xat Lay. the propi .ct.cr rif Lake  View holfl in Trout Lake City, was  in town today. o  Alec. Monro went into tbe Lnri1._-_.i  yesterday lo .-.tart work np ag.iin on  the pi-en'Coinage.  General Sir Henry Wilkinson, of  England, wus ipsistereil at-lbe Hotel  Revelstoke on Thursday.  - An emergency meeting of .Mr.  White'.-- .ceneral committee is called  for tonight.    Business important.  An emergency meeting nf Mr.  White's general committee is called  for tonight.    Business important.  An emergency meeting of Mr.  White-".-- general" commit tec js called  for tonight.    Business important.  John McICane was nominated as tii"?  Inoependent Government candidate  at thi* coiiveiiLiiin held in Rossland'in  Tue-dav evening.  A Disgraceful Cemetery  To the Editor oi the Hciiald.  Silt: To the many hundreds of  people who assembled al the cemetery  on Wednesday I o pay a hist token of  respect to tlie dead, it must have been  painfully apparent that soiiiclhhis  should- he done at once to enclust  God's Acre." anil thus protect lhe  graves of those we love- from desecration. It, was distressing in the extreme  to many slanding around to wilne-..*-  the sight of lhe graves being trampled  upon by cattle and horses," and 1 for  one confess lhat I lelt ashamed lliatns  il_CO ui mm i i ly we-Hnve hilln.-rn <\���������,r-  lected one of the corporal works of  mercy laught by the Chi i-tian religion  ���������that of'care" for the dead. Th;._  feeling was intensified when a gentleman who was piesent. and he a Jew,  expressed his pain and surprise at. our  apathy in this- matter. At a public  dinner table he ngain brought the  matter up and oll'erecl to subsi ribe $*>  towards a fund if a list, wns opened:  another gentleman offering $10. Xow,  sir. if I may be allowed to m.ike a  suggestion it is that-a subscription list  beJipeiied in each of tbe churches mnl  at the office*! of both papers in town  .md a house It* tio.isp t-aiiva*"- In* made  by thee-"mmitl-i.-with -tht: object, of  raising funds lu feticu lbe cemetory  and thus remove from our town the  stigma thai we do not care for the  de.-id. Vou will remember lhat List  year one of the chinches gave a coll.-c-  iion for this purpose and lb" nienibers  of our church by means of a public  ; concert raised another sum. But the  i principle of raising such a fund by  I uieari*, of eut.eitainnienis. etc.. i.-i not  tin-'light principle. Bearing in mind  that e.-ir. for the dead is a divinely  implanted ii__s]ii;ct. .-mil that it. ranks  j in God's sight with fecdinglhe hungry  |and clothing the. naked, we ought not  I lo withhold our money without getting Minieihing in return, but give  willingly what we cm afford. Under-  slandinu: that a committee had the  matter in baud. I thought it. would be  intrusive on my part to say nr do  anything, but after the experience "of  last. Wednesday many think that  -ronietl.ing should be done  Yours Iruly.  Frank A*. Fonn.  .St. PetiVu Church. Revelstoke.  Kevelstoke. .Turn.- 2_ J.S03.  Mrs Allen.thi; well known proprietor  of the Hotel Allen at Kossbuul. and  her mother. Mrs. Adams, are staying  _it the Halcyon Hot .Springs.  Tlie dramatic cl!ib"huvi* great pleasure in stating that tb" solo in connection with the .miniatedsong sheet, uill  he Sims by Mr. .Saunders, one of _f~'_v-  elsloke's fiest singers.  The icecream and strawberry festival last evening at tbe Methodist  church was well attended, not.vithi  standing the inclemency, of the  weather and every one present spent a  most enjoyable evening.  Dr Dawson on British Columbia  Dr. Dawson, the director of the  Canadian government. geological  survey, says then* is no tii*w( foi people to go as far as the Klondike in  ;.i_i|-oh of gold, iis all along the entire  length of the Rocky Mountain region  in Canada both gold and silver are  wailing to he /���������xtriKleii fiom the  mother soil. Conliii'ii/ig. be says:  "The development of the. iwso.iiries of  British Columbia has heretofore been  k'.oiv. but, lbe preliminary dilliiullic.  having ()e/>p overcome, there is every  reason to iK.Wj-yit is now on the verge  of .in era of great, 4������fl������nerily and ex-  j pansion. Everything tT'iiM- ''', the belief Lhat, as soon a.s means /if tiiyffj  ar.*' .transport shall be extended to  what sm*- still the more inaccessible  districts, tho** iilso will Jie discovered  to be equally rich in uiincu.ils, particularly iu the precious metiili,', gold  ar.d silver."        '  Musical  Instr U^ents  You arc requested to look  select stock of -. ���������������������������" '.    VIOLINS, OUITMtS    MA'Kpof.INS,.'    HORNER'S m\?'ftt 0n������AX8  ��������� STRINGSand ACESS6HMJ58.....  All OXfClieut stock at -l0,v Prlce8.-  Tobacco", Cigar-. Koft ftaffQclihiS Hrlnks,-  Stationery,.Novels, .lap-npsi* Pi}fi!)l>i ^tc.    ,  Chas. J- Aman  __~~____.Xi__~~E~- x~c*r  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE  Sith June, IMS.  T_~f IS IiONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor hns  been pleased to appoint  JOHN D. SIHBALn, EsQCIBE,-  Government Agent,  to   be   Returning   Odicer   for the  Iteielstoke  P.Iding of West .Kootenay  Electoral   Dislrict;  and  , His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleased to api.oint and deciare the  "^���������t70%"KR_>>f_iCNT-T>FFIOnf-Kr"^~ELSTOKET-^-~  to be the place for the nomiiifttior. of candidates for election to thi* Ij_gt*-!-ti\e As-emlily  !a the: Rcveli-tol;*: Riding o( West Kootenay  Electoral Di*-**r:ct.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood   Dealer   and  Drayman.  _lravin_ and delivery work n specialty.  Tcafns al-ayf on hand at _-iiortc.������t notice  t'omrai".*, fur jobblnic taken.  Agent for the standard Oil Company.  Ag'nt for the  Bliekensclerrer  Typewriter  Gents' Furnishings.   Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and:  St^tionevj, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Artieieg, gatgpt Mefligine|, EJtg.  "���������    -. ������������������        -j-po^rr Q5.571GE store, b-evelstokb f b. g.        ''  '"      *;,  H_S  Undertaking and  Embatn-iflg  R-  Howson &  MackcxK Ave  Co.  \  Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia b������j-.-jjture.  BRICK !  Tin' 7. K. Piper Cr., hav" now on hand  Kirit't'las. lirif- at right price _  Infmling liiiildom   would do well to  call iind i'-_i-!nt'.  Brick yard jii*i north of the   _n_i Club  grounds.  Mull orders promptly aticnd^d to.  Prlcei on application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke,  B. C������  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, f'npcr Hanging, Hard Wood Finish-  iiiK, Hon������.  PHintljIg fn nil   Rranrhc.,  t'arrlnae I'alntliur. Gla/liiR, Ac.  f " I  I Hudson's Bay |  I    Company   I  ������ [I.vconPon.iTED 1670 W  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfittwg  in Westerij Qtnada.  Intending Prospcctori shouid write ii''  for nnc of our new- I-'oldcri, which  coTitaitiH nu p,Yccllcnt Map and an  estimate of the probablo cost of a  complete outfit for the Gold Field..  Hudson's Bay Stores,  Calgary.  Calgaiiv, Feb. l, lsys.  Just Give  Us a Trial  Gents' Furnidriiig--  Boots and ShoeH  Prospectors' Supplies  Camping.Outfits  Suifltaei- TJnd_.r.vcar  Hats and Cap$  yhjrts, every description  Crorerie.", all i're~ili  Flour    '  Teas and Coffees  Putter apd Egps  Canned Coodj-  Vcgetables  mag**** Our Pric s are the  W*&    Lowest, Our Goods  the Best.     Try  Our Store.  Fallis Bros. ���������a.E  I'icc Solicitation ind Dehvgry.  Keillor's  Dundee   Marmalade In  . lb- Jftrs mi 4 Ibi 3-nd  ���������        ":.   " "���������       . ���������"'. 7lb.-'Tins.   ' .    -'   - .  Crosse & Blackwell'sjam. ,    Maconochie's Pickles.-.  Tetley's and Other ..Choice Teas.      ;.  A Well Selected Stock of Dried Vruitb,and Canned Goods.  -Mother's Mush, an Excellent .Preparation  for Porridge,  ; EfpeJially Adapted-for. Hot Weather.  ���������  A 1 Large'arfcf Smstjl Checggj  -~^--^Nev/-Laid-Eggs\^^-^-Say,-pat^  a_l~~*'i_!i-i~'|._-~i~p:  .111 pcrsO-R -la-vlmg clalfus/iffflinst Jlr  .... hpraepo, barrister.' late /ni 7<i..i7.>Jsfp.c    ,  rcquented.lo send particulars .0/ l}\e)f flaun-s  \.G.  :<i!VH>jbtpkCi are  to'tho  under .(Hied in care of Molsons Unpk,  Itevolatoke Station, B.C. ���������._,._���������  aEO, P. JtrCAllTERi  jul3 if Solicitor for Mrs, Spmggo  We Carry  Foreign and Ppmestic Soapg and  Perfumes.  A full line of Toilet Requisites.    .,  A complete assortment of Stationery.  Drugs     and     Chemicals,    every  preparation   being   fresh   and  chemically pure.  DI-pcnsiiiK a special feature of our bushics?.  '     . S   .       >l. -.. L, I  I'.  WILSON  The  Leading  Kootenay  Tailor  Makes  \ Olotheg  \ That  ' Pit  The Hardware Store  Vo nre in a position to furnish evetyllung in nnr own line, no bene ono trade mid that  is tliellardwnre biu-hess, our whole nine 1_ inking up in keeping our stock up to " dc  limit." AVe ha\c not the tilne 10 nm nrotiiid time and toliril trndei our ftoi-k, prlren  ntid treatment t-f j.airoiin bring lm tin;biiHliins without nillillalioli. \\lint's the matter  Willi Inking a Irck nt nnr oil moich? Win- ron-t >our wife lo death o.cr a cookMovo  w hen for ti.ali jnu inn have the cniiiforls of 11 hot meal and keep your limine cool ? Wlre-  hi-rccn dniir.s and window*, aro not considered luxuries when jou can buv theni so  cheaply from lis.  W- M- LAWRENCE,   " Har^ar-e."  Haig^ & Crage  - Notaries Public,,  ,   - Sole Agents for  oke  Townsite  Flour..-.  MINING,  ?IRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WM.  WHITE,  Q. C,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.  sP_i_.i������F- $P? '"IP??!?.1 Vftwij on cuimdft.  Front St., Revelstoke, B.Q.  Suits  I  Order. SIS and up.  j Pants to Order, 35 and up.  _Ev.   S.  "WTX-iBOIN*  1  BEYEMlOSE 6IATI0.V, B. C  JAMES  MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  Office:   Cowan Block.   P.O. Bo.. 108.  Third St., Revelstoke. B.C.  Voods.(irIoai~tl10 bcst --l"ko ot tbe  oread,,,  The best on the market, either white  or brown.  Cakes, Confectionery,. Groceries .  Best value's in Revelstoke.  N,  SMITH-  NOTICE  ELLIS & GROGAN  InsuranGe, Cemmissiog and  Mining  Brokers, Calgary, Alta.   "���������  Agents for the Queen Fire Insurance Co., of  America.  Represented by IV, Morris, ltdvolstolte. ������������������  Photos  ������S"-$3.00 A DOZEN.   -  Revelstoke Photo Co., ��������� Douglas St.  "PROVINCIAL ELECTION ACT."  Under . ee'lqi. lao und ISO of tho Provincial  Elections Act, tho following agents have been  appointed by the respective candidates, J. M.  Kellie, Revelstoke, agent for J. M. Kellie j XV.  M. Brown, Revelstoke, agent for IV. White.  J. D. SIBBALD,  Returning Officer.  .   GROGAN   &   CO.,  General Agents.  (Successors to J. D. Sibbald.)  Insurance. Real .Estate, Mining, Loans.  Office-   First Street, next to IV. E. Pease <������ Co.  Code More'iig aw-..?."-, *


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