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 5B5S������SiS3-iSe-*rt!*t^^������^5^--!s?^?sS?5  ^(rvin^e^^u ,o;^  }/&  -ISSTTIEID   TWIOE-A-WEEK ��������� 'VvrE]I33<T3I!SIDA."Y"S   ^j_T_D    S__^TTJ'^,ID^-^"S-  Vol. II.    No.  66,  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1S9S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  I Hudson's Bay j  Company   I  [Isconi-oit-TKn 1C70  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters  in Western Canada.  intending Troapeetors should v. rile us is  for one of our new Folders, which g  contains nn excellent Map nnd nn re  estimate of the probable cost of a (?  complete outfit for tho Cold Fields. -*  I  -     Hudson's Bay Stores,     ft  Calgary. P  Calgary. Feb. 1, 1S9S. n  HAVE RECEIVr.T) SEVEKA1.  C.\ Kl.OADSIOI"  Staple Groceries,  Flour and Feed,  t,  -  jlnd nro ill n position  to quote  PR.'CES   that arc  bound to sell.  Haior  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  eyeistolCe " -  "^ Townsite  ' MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE & SCOTT,  Barristers, Solicitors, Nolaries'Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Front St.,- Revelstoke, B.C.  ~V. White, Q. C. "- >~* Scott, B.A., Lh.ll.  JAMES  MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  - ' Office f Cov.-is.i_ Block. T.O. j'-ox IBS.  ...   Third St, Revelstoke. B.C.  HARVEY & M "CARTE  Barristers,   Solicited s,    Elc.  Cffiees:   M_lsoi_> Bank Block.  Third Street. Revelstoke Station,   B.  Ct-2-y  Bring  Your  Prescriptions  To  Sick people enn't afford  to tako nnvcliniiee-s when  bavins preeTiptiuns lillcel  Wc take particular pride  ,In keepin_rour=toek pure  and in (rivingextra care to  the cm-[lO-indinit of pre-  Fcriptiuns. There'snotli-  iup laneyabout ou rprii-es  ���������a fair profit ia all we  want.  Chas. E. Reid & Co.  _I__j_eO  Full Lines of Hardware  Of The Great-  Fun Lines of Crockery  Prospectors i   Miners!  Come nnd too what we've got in youi'  line. Wo make ti specialty of this trade,  and cun til you out quickly and at riglit  prices.  ���������C___-_.gc.iils for   _<s;a*X.-f.- v-. 'riT.-j&eii af  ���������^5__K>X'r^'5>^^*-  ~r___:____-_^r.-ai>rjyM  li&$$3&$&]iia\MlX?A  i-T-U A*;~l_-T__t. _r;  'J ax-.(���������-������cmrra cr.T)u_  Giant Powde  , We have nt our m.-,qa_luos at Itevelstoke anel  Thomson- l-iiuling, u complete slock of explosives, caps anel fuse, for *.nle at wholesale  and retail.  -THE GIANT POWDER CO.,  Victoria,  B.  C.  Solo  c.  gents,  3. Plume Sz Co.,  llevelstoke   Station,, and  _._'__ City, 13. C.  -&%.  I  %  u    -%  NOT TIIE  * <&  Only Shaving Parlor  in Revelstoke, but the best.  Hnlr Cutting, Shaving nntl  Shampooing, with ail latest  nccessorio.. Koken'fi Ceicbrti-  ted Hydraulic Chair,    l'nrlor  In The Motel Revelstoke  and the very best servico is at  your disposal Ior  25 Cents All Round  XV. BRENXAX, Tonsorial Artist,  OtOi  On Monday, August ist  this store will begin a week  of carpet selling that will be  unparalleled in the history  ol" this store.  No. 1  Offer  250 yards tapestry carpet,  the best make, the newest  designs and In test-.-.colors,  goods that are considered  "good   values  by   experts at  75 cents -a yard. Our cut  price for the week only 50  cents per j-ard.  No. 2 Offer  ' 300:yai:us\of.-iiue --tjpe_,._i-y  all of recent importation,  the choicest  and richest do-  '- signs: these are carpets that  are good value at ������1 a .yard.  " This store's cut price for the  week only 65 cents a yard.  Moor Oil Cloths  5 pieces  floor  oil cloths,  ill  House Furnishings'  Just received direct from Scotland.  If you will coma and look nt our....  lUlUPSELS...  di.u_--j-_.1j;.     /-, ,   TAl'ESTllV     f3n.ffa   wool    Vial J^_-l_>  .."���������lAOiU  JAPANESE RUOS AND SQUARES  ������     WOOL EQUAItES  FLOOll ItL'GS  COCOANUT MATS  Yon will be pleased.   And don't forget that we  have a  Full Range of Linoleums  Also LACE CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  TOWELS anel TOWELLING, "LEACHED  anil UNBLEACHED TABLE LINEN,  Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  ii  LINES "WEST OF LAKE SUPEHIOU  Office of the Traffic Manaeer, Winnipeg, June  22nd, 1898  RATE NOTICE NO. 93  In effect until September SOth.  The followinn round rates will be in effect:  i-r.iidon to Rosebery and return <oc  "j."ree Forks to Rosebery nnd return Wc  ���������"ell on Saturday and Sunday, limit to return  tli" followInKilay.  ~     -       i lln  A fine assortment.  lalcyon Springs...  .2 2.")  :i .sr.  Itevelstoke to  r melon  Hobson      " " "      ������������������';���������'  VnlHOll [" " "      "   "''.'  -i.-'aiiCtly " "      i ������������������'  '.nil 7,   ?  J.i'sslanel     " " "       ���������' i;  ���������* '.-iio      '���������      "        ������������������    :,'.;:  vnwnrlli " " "  o jjU  ���������-s\v Denver "' "      ' ���������I*,  'i.ekels lo Halcyon Springs nru Rood for ������  ROBERT KERR,  Traffic Manager  Boots, and Shoes  IJipgcsl and best assortment in tho town  And remember to nsk. io j-oc our Hues of  Straw and Felt Hats  Wo will sell <-.t rock bottom price*-, and will  try to please you.  nbwpatterns aud good value  at GO cents a.. yard. This  store's cut prices for this  week only 35 cents a yard.  Oriental Rugs  50 Oriental niEfSj all new  choice colors and in all sizes,  special discount 20 per cent.  ofT all qualities.  Remnant Offer  All remnants of brussels,  tapestiy, wool and JJnion  carpets at half marked price  for this week only.  if  Read This Quickly  It is u too" hot to elaborate,  but here are some cold facts  that you will find very  refreshing to yourself and  your pocket book.  Kcvclstokc Station," Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.C.  C. B. Hume & Oo.  IJv  A HUGE MINING GEHTRE  The Result of Two Years Development  South Kootenay.  Trail, llio mining centre n������ Hits Kool-  i_nays, might l'<> 's'*'������l  1"������  ,"' 1-1" ������  ''1'~"1,  real mining centre onu meois in tliu  Koolenay   us   lio conies fruiii  Rovelstoko.   Thus  far llio  mining, lumber  ami fishing  industry lias  been  found  mure or less  in  conned ion, l>nl  now  we come to a town where  tliu  mining  industry  is  found nloiif.   Though itself nol rich in inirii~r.il   il  I-.cl-oiiics in-  dii-oclly a. mining centre from, tho fact  thill great (]iiiintilius of ore are shipped  to tho smeller sitiuiled there.   Trail,  iiulivc   in   this vi-Rnnl,  is ti  town   of_  tilioul.  1,200 inhaiiitiints,   situal.iid on  lho   Columbia   river,   which   til   that  place and for 25 miles \\]i the river is a  piece of li-."ichorous water mui-h'like  the Niagara river gorge.   Tho town is  distinctly n valley town.   The O. P. R.  terminus is  afc   thu  lu-ow of   (lie. hill  whereon  the  sni-llei' is situated and  the   lown   is   reached   hy   a   narrow  guage railway. Ihu Columbia & West-  ern,   which  con.trcls the town   wilh  Rosslnntl.    This road niitl Ihe smeller  has   heen  lately   purchased   hy    lho  C. P. R.   The town  is well   supplied  with  fresh   water   from   ono   of.. Ihu  mountain  streams.    Ils  location  nud  natural water'system vender it a most  desirable place for residence.    On   the  west side of th.  town  a government  road  leads  up'Lookout  mountain, lo  the Sovereign.mine, about two miles  distnnt.    The hotel .���������lecomodotion here  as   elsewhere   in   thu, district    seems  more than su.Tieient to meet thu needs  of tho fi.ivi.linR public.    The scenery  is mil striking though hills abound on  overy side.    Churches are  thero and  ineefc.t.ho religious needs of Hip inhabitants.    The Trail pyee.lt News', a small  slice!,   ali'ords'irilcrest   in    if     local  news column.-, while (he  venturesome  prospector, who ever hopes lo 'Strike  "it.vie-'i'? Il.ruli.liyi'jl'* in 'cvpry d'n-s t-lioii  leading le) claim.- that.'in some ini-ijrin-  ative bruin contained millions of glil-  le~vir.g   gold.    Leaving  Trail   by   the  Columbia   to      ^Vivtorn    erne    passes  through a very rough section of country   tind     arrives    at   R������*->!and,  the  mining centre of the. Kootenay.    Here  is a surprise.   A town but throe years  old and yet the buildings of-n. modern  city.    The enterprising merchant  litis  not waited for slreets  lobe  mndo or  rocks to  be moved, but,  has  liuiit hit-  store beside I lie rock  and hoped  that  ho   would   lind  he  had  built bn  the.  slreol,   consequently      the    town     is  poorly laid out.   There   seems  to be  little,  order .'and   li(,tle_ access as yet  from ono purl of UTo'town to' another.  Streets are still  bl-Jckcd  at one   end  vi.h iiniiieii.-"i!   rocks a hundred feet  high "and nothing but a narrow path  beside,   them    allows    egress    lo   the  traveller.     Contracts J-u-e  now being  let for tl'.e building of pi opei-. streets.  The buildings on  tho whole   are   far  from substantial anel seem to bu  quite  temporary in  their structure.   Ross-  liind is a "'city set on a hill" with mines  aroiintl on every hand.   The Lu  l.eii,  War Eagl", _ route Crislo and  Cenlre  Slar  arc   in   sight,   while   for   miles  aiound tho country is staked  out  by  the prospector in nil directioiis.  There  seems lo  bu   no end   lo   tlio   mineral  wealth of this thriving town of nearly  1,000 inhabitants and  all  one can  see.  nntl hear is locks, rocks, rocks.   Oolel,  silver and copper nre the chii'f metal*  found  in  thi"- district and  tlio prosperity i)f the town  is well assured if  the mining interests  continue Lo develop.   The  teiiip(.-itiini3   of  cil.y life  are must glaring hero and   lho day of  church influence is   still somewhat in  the   future.     Tliu   I'resbytcri.-ins   are  here erecting a coninin'dious structure.  The   Methodists,    Episcopalians    and  others are also represented.    One e _in-  nol but notice tho restless  expectancy  of life in this new town.    All  are here  with  little thought of   a   permanent  home.    Thoy will  "make   their pile  and leave" say  they,   but many  will  leave without .my pile anel many will  be compelled to stay.    It will be when  those who cannot go to tho  ideal land  of their hopes settle down te> make Lhe  most of life whero they are that Ross-  1:111-1 will lieconie a compact anil soliel  town, where the interests of all will be  centralized and the private  wishes  be  merged into lhe good  of the  whole.  Today it i&'a cily of upheaved,  excitement anil resiles .lies-; soon, we  hope,  it will become a quiet anil substantial  city of the west.  Rev.  .V. .T. Sipi'ki-IjTj, B.A., 13.D.,  Principal Columbia College,  ' New Westminster.  BISMARCK IS DEAD  The Iron Chancellor's  Busy Life  Ends  Peacefully.  l-i'iii.ix, Aug. 1.���������Word was received on Snturiltiy night of tho passing n way shortly before 11 o'clock of  Prince .Bismarck. i'eeetil lelegrains  hnd disclosed the fuel thai lho i-.x-  elittncellui" was very ill and de'spito the  statements of Br." Hchwcurnger that  thero wtis no reason why ho-_*"houlel  not live lo be- 90 ihero was a feeling  that lhc end wits near. Still the  ..lories that he was improving had  lieen given out so postivcly on .Saturday Ihiit. the news of his death on that  evening was ti surprise ns well as a  shock. Tho end. it is said, came peacefully. His demise was the result of a  culmiiiiil ion ol' chronic disease; neuralgia of the face and iiiflinnalioii of  the veins, wliich kept hiin in con*-liint  pnin, but wliich. however, wns borne  with that iron fortitude which might  have been expected.  ONLY TRAHSP0RTAT1SH NEEDED  n  on the  Lardeau  The    Rossland   Miner  Mining District.  Vet another railway is (o bo built in  West Kootenny. According to the  Hevolhloke FirciiALn A. 15. Doucet, of  ..ionlre>i|, has commenced the survey  for a railroad from Arrowhc.ul through  the Liirdeau to Ivooli-nay lake. This  route pisses.through ns'iicli a mineral  ci'mntry as there is iip British Columbia. The Lardeau district only needs  transpoilation facilities to produce as  much pay ore as the Ros.land and  Sleican camps. Tho deposits of gold,  silver and copper there; tire known lo  he immense, on lhe siufnce and there  is every indication that ' they aro permanent. .'  POOL- GREEK_PROPERTIES  The   Revenue    Changes    Hands ��������� Ore  Ready For Shipment,  W. fi. Pool, of the Great Western  Mines Co.,accompanied by .Mr. O.-ilton,  who is connected, along with Mr. Olio  Abeling. of Lho Waverly Co., went  ilown to examine Pool creek properties last week. Mr. Dillon, who !���������* a  competent mining man, and who hail  charge of the Laurie concentrator  when in operation, says that on the  Mohawk, Revenue and" Moscow there  tiro senile, of the biggest and most  promising prospects that ho ever saw  in this country. In fact Mr. Dalton  was so impressed with the I.eveime.  whicli js an extension of the Mohawk,  that he>? for himself anil Mr. Abeling,  purchased il freim Arthur Ellis lhe  owner. Mr. Dalton thinks that this  young mine may justify the pulling  in of a concentrator yet this season.  ;md he hopes to make it a shipping  mine ere lhe snow flics.  THE CASSIAR.ELECTION  Clifford- and    Irving   Away   Ahead   at  Rivers Inlet.���������The Result.  The Uoquitl.tni arrived from the  north at -l a. m. August 1st, bringing  a considerable number of passengeas,  amongst tlie nuinber being lleiii. Col.  Saker, who had gone north on l>u_ini'ss  cev.meclcd willi his department. The  nulling he states at Rivers Inlet on  k-iiLii-dny resulted iis follows :  Clifford ..'. '.'...'....  r.~  C.ipt: Irving.-.:'. '.- -.  fct  Mae-Tn-vi.-h 1     9  Spoiled oallotsior Government ea:idid,it.___.. 11  Those figures make it, clear that Mr.  Clifford iinel Capt. John Irving. Ll)..:  straight Government candidate, will  bo returned, as in face of such a largo  majority agaiusl Mr. MacTavish,whore  ha expected to poll his iniiin vote���������it  being his home' and stronghold���������ib is  impossible now for him to pull up.���������  Va neon vei- .World.  Prospective.  The faith our citizens have in the  future great ness of Revelstoke iis a  mining and distributing emtio is fully  at Lusted by the cheerful view taken by  our business men and others. At the  present time cash trade io none too  -brisk,_-yet-Lbera-is_a.stili;ic.ie:it-iipwai'd  londeiicy to even convince those who  cannot see eye to eye with their fellow  men, of the greiit "possibilities of the  natural resources eif the country surrounding Rovolstoke. whicli is just,  awaiting the advent of capital to  develop, a uleam of the good limes in  tho immediate future.  Turn Out To Drill.  The Revelstoko company.of Koolenay Willi's will meet at Tapping's new  ific'ntro site for drill on Frieiny evening  at seven o'clock, instead of eight, as  heretofore. The: boys are 1 timing oul  well and improving with every p.iac-  Lice. and now that a floor has been  procured frinn Mr. T.ippimr better  results may be expected. C.-ipt. Taylor  nny** the uniforms for the company will  be along in the course of a week or so.  PEACE ALMOST ASSURED  The Terms Laid Dowii' By" th'e United*  States Acceptable to Spain.  Los-don, Auci. 3.���������The Madrid cor-"  respondent of the Daily Miul'says that'  the government has accepted the principal of the American conditions, but  acceptance will not be made.public  until inquiries ut Wasliington'into tho'  matter in detail have been settled."  Cape Colony is in the midst of ex-'  cilement ovor a political struggle be-]  tweeti progressives, headed by Cecil]  Rhodes and an African Derband  largely composed of Boers, headed by  Dr. lloffiiieyer. who is backed" by'  President Kruger.  Vancouver, B. C. Aug. 3.'���������(Jon-"  doctor "W. Wood was run over' by a-'  ir.-iin at Mission yesterelay morning,*  and had his Jeg ent off. His injuries1  arc very serious.  Madrid. Aug. 3.���������The French am-'  bassador lit a late hour last night re-"  ceived a reply to the peace terms pro-~  posed by the United States.  Twenty Spanish soldiers beat off 400-  Cubans at Iiuanes.  ihe Boucher Group  The Boucher group of claims at the  head of Mohawk creek, a tributary of  Fish cri'k. owneel hy Boucher Bros. &  Fuliiier, has' been bonded bv a Jlr.  Beer. I'or .������lli"i0.000. the. lh-st payment  to be made CO days from date of'bond,  balance in payments extending over  iwn year... Work- commeneeel lhis  week with two shifts. The Boucher  Brother.- aro both residents of Tnlil,  the genial Jim presieling iit the Crown  Point bar.���������Trail News".  A Useful Trail Novv Being Built.  , Thos. Downing and his crew are  lvipidly pushing work on the Lexington creek .trail and will soon havo it.  completed. As soon as they can get  a littlo more money they will he able  to connect this trail with the ono they,  built from Thomson's Landing on the"  souih'siel.."ot thi! "creek Ih.'s spring,  which will '.'liable prospectors to leave  Thomson's L.iriding, and ko direct to  Po;il tinel Lexington creek properties,  beinar much shorter than the old way  via Lardeau City.  Investors Take Your Choice.  If you are seeking a pii)fil,ablo in-  vehlinent become inlercsled in tho  mine's eif Norl li Kootenay. ' If you  want a silver-lend mine take a look  through the Lardeau and Trout- Lake  ili-ilricl, eir up around lliecillewaet or  L'll'ormo creek. "If you 'want gold  propositions, (jiiarl-/, or placer, try the  IJig liend or some portion of the  Liirde'iiu. Vou will be ccrlain to find  just, what you want iu lhis d.sLriel.  Our prospects are bi'ing turned inlo  ore shipping mines, and they alToid a  safe anil iiionoy-making iiivestini'iit.  Tins will be one of the best mm-oii-  Norlh Koeiteiiay over knew in lhe  matter of actual ore shipments and  development work.  Tomorrow Evening's G._rdcn Party.'  The garden party in aid of a pin no  fund feir the l:ind"rgar(en promises to  be a very enjoyable- entertainment. A  programme, of instrumental and vocal  music lias been prepared for tho occasion, which will bo rendered partly  on tho grounds and partly in the  house. Tho garden will be illuminated  with Chinese lanterns 'and refiesh-  nieiils, iec cream, lemonaele, etc.. will  bo obtainable. A flower stall will b_������  run by some, of tho finest of Revel-  ~it6!ro"~^-oiirh"iui"d-liea-i~7T_=-A"it-oi7CLher  tho onteitainmeiit promises to be very  attractive and tickets are selling like  hot cakes.  ���������    'i        Telegraphic Briefs'  Colonel Hutton will succeed General -'  Gascoigne as commander of the" Can-"  adian militia.  c "  The Emperor and Empress of Ger-[  many attendetl Bismarck's*1 -funeral*'  servico. . ., ',  The imperial government' tVtll' en"  courage direct traele between the":-  Wesr Indies, Canada and Britain;1'      ".'  General Merritt' anticipates serious'  trouble with the Philippine'insurgents--  and asks for 50,000 men.  Tho Ontario lumbermen passed an'  important resolution-1 affecting trade"  with the west.  Lord and Lady Aberdeen will be'  tendered a civic.reception in the city,  hall tomorrow.   ._*._,- ���������  Pare."the Napnee hank robber,'gave"  sensational evidence before the' police^  magistrate yesterday.  Dcnald to Canoe River  To tlie I'ditor of tlie I!i:__i._.  Sill: It has been learned from  reliable authority in Revelstoke that  the citizens of "Donald aro in.iking  strenuous efforts to canLuru the Big  Bond trade. I iim also informed that  &S men are now employed in lebuilding  the oltl Moberle-y I rail from Donald to  lho mouth of Canoe river, which had  been built in 1S77 by dipt. Mobi-rley,  and next summer it is lho inlenl ion to  tin n this trail into a waggon road.  From the month of Canoe River a  steamboat will bo run lo lhe head of  Surprise rapids on the Columbia river.  Thu Donald people maintain that lhis  will be tho cheapest loule to Iran.sport  on to the main lino as thuio is practically no climbing to bo done on the  old Moberley trail, nor any rapids to  contend with bet ween lho inoulh of  Canoe river tind Surpii^e l.-ipids. The  distance between Donald anel C.inoe.  river is about GI) miles, and the distil nee between Revelstoko and Canoe  river is about 03 miles, so it can be  seen that if their Diinald enterprise is  er  be  Trying to Revive It.  Tho Butte. Mont., Mining World  says: It is very interesting to note  lho desperate struggle thai is being  made by Seattle anel other coast cities  to revive the Klondyke boom. It was  a colel, drizzly day for lh<> bourn fakiis  when Ihe * ffpaiiisli-AmeritT.n war  broke out and drew public attention  nwiiy fiom the profitable bunco  st-lit'iiii' Dial wa-_ landing thousand? of  unfortunates in the* northern gold  fields.    The Seattle I'linC's says:  "The i'ii-ti-rii newspaper pies~i_ is  elelighled iu pie'se-nling Lo its constituents Iho ullegi.-l fuel tli.-tt "the Klondike boino is b'.i->tod," and yet more  than "i'i;;ht, millions of monoy"' has  come down from the frozen regions in  three weeks and hi'on l.ii'.elc.-l in  A iiii'i-ie-in e-itii's���������and of com.to almost  I'litirely in Seattle. XVe wonde-rwh.it  would "ciinstitute an "inihiistci! boom"  in llie Klondike in thu opinion of lhe  easlern pres-i'i'''  Tiit-ie was a time when the- guiliible  public believed all the published reports a? to the va**l -amount- of geiM  iitoiiLlit from Djiwson City l.y miui'is  who had gone tlieir poor anil slum bled  into migblv fortune-. But that lime  is past. The repot t Lhat S&000.O00 has  been brought eiown by returning  I'linei-.s i. as lie pure and simple.  Instances are nutneroii'S where broson  down, di-couragee! mineis. without  money to buy fori.l. -were iriven tran.-  poitalion back to Seat tie if they would  subscribe to statements preparoel for  them as tei tlie ���������*-ar*t amount of money  thev hue! dug out of tht: ground in the  golel lii'lds and brought back with  iheni. In this way "SS.CKjO.ijOO weie  brought down to help fool .-mother  crop of suckers inlo patronizing the  merchants of Seattle and the transportation lines to the Klondyke. If  anybody e-aine' back rich from the land  of povi'ity. suife-rii'.g anel woe. we congratulate the brilliant exc. ptinn tei the  pushed to completion by next sumnic  tlmt Hie town of llevelstoke will b  tlio loser, ���������  A-Citizex:  i!-.  poor.  disgusted,  over-  rule.    Fo  siimruino victims oi" an overgiown  ciedulity v.e have only pity. Tliey hc-  iioved what they wen. tobl by men  inlr-iesleil in ���������..���������curing v. hat linle  ii-one y Hi. y had f.>r supplies and for  transport..'ion. aud are paying the  peuaitv. Yes. Mr. Times, the boom is  - busted,"  REVELSTOKE-JHE TERMINUS \  The Herald's Recent Statement in Regard'  to C. N. Railway Borne Out By'Facts.'  The Nelson Tribune of Saturday"last"  says:  "Contractor Ila'iiey is pushing "work-  on the Crow's Nest road.\ On" S.UiI".-! -  day last the track was laid  within  IC3   '  miles of Wardner.   From  Macleod to"  Bull Head a regular train is rnn'th're.e".  *-���������   _ ,       . . . .-.��������� *>.  , -  , _  "times"1-".-���������week^and~~=~passengers=~"cati~���������  travel in comparative co'mfort that far.'  To  Bull  Ilead the truck" is" iff" good"--  shape, and the trains invariably make' "  their lime.   From Bull Head to Coal'  Creekj-now calleel  b'eruie, where "the "  extensive "coal   mines are" lOc'at'e'dV'is ;  probably the most interesting part of  the trip.    It.  is between   these'points'  lhat the celebrated  loop  is' located.'  The loop is a nice piece of engineering, -  the line dropping several hundred feet'  from the inoiVnlatn side into the valley  in lhe form of a  letter S.   Tho  track  mound the loop is  not iu extra'good"  shApo yet, though large gangs df men  are constantly  employeel  lifting,-surfacing,  etc., rnnd   every   day'  sl'es  a'  marked   improvement.     Coal "Creek,'  about the brilliant future of "which so _  much is heard, i.s not a very  imposing ,  looking city just now.    It  is  as   y_i"'  only a collection of log shacks^ principally hotels.   The rails were due   to  reach Wardner on Monday, and tho"  contractors expect, to have the road  completed to Kootenay lake by   th'e  middle or October."  The C. P. R. surveyors  arc now at  work   between Arrowhead   anel    the  head   of   Kootenay   Lake,    anel    the  Hkkald   believes that tho construe-*  tion of this link .between Revelstoke  anil Kootenay Like will   be    under-"  taken lhis fall, and before snow flies  this town may have connection by" all'  rail wilh lhe cities of South Kootenay.  The Lardeau   mining   district  which'  will  lhen  have railway facilities for"  the purpose of ore shipment, and the  prompt  delivery of  supplies   to   the  camps will all tend to  make  that district whit tho pioneers have always  contended, in the face of many hardships and privations, to be the richest '  mining camp in B.C.. and the 1I____AT_D '  believes it will be justified at this earlv  day   in   congratulating   tho' pioneer  prospectors of that mining camp on''  the good days that are now in  store*  for theni without the possible" cham_~~~>  of a doubt.' Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests ot  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Biit Bend, Trout Lako  j\lbori O  nieelilewaot,  -I-inyon, .lordau  nyoi  Pass and Ea_<le 1'aB) _H_Lri_t_.  ...Proprlotoe.  published in tho  oundiiiR  making  .  JOHNSON   A   Semi-Weekly Journal   .  interests oC Rmol.toko anil lliu uurroundiiiR  district, Wednesdays and Saturda.s,  .loeeet connections wltli ull trains.  Advertising HoteB: Display ads, SI..10 per  column lacli. l'i.00 per Inch when insurtuii on title  p&go. LeKal ads. l'.'c pur (nonpareil) lino tor  first Insertion ; 8c tor each tultlltiotial Insertion.  Heading notices, 15c por linu each issue. Birth.  -darrl-KO and Death nollco.. free.  Bubacrlption Kates: By mall or carrier. 92.00  per annum ; ?1,1_ tor alx months, strictly In  advance.      ���������  Our Job Department: _iik Hek__i> Job  Department is one of the best equipped  printing ui-co. ln Went Kootenay, and Is pro-  pared to execute) nil kinds ot printing in tli'.-a.  class Btyle at honest prices. Ono price to nil.  No job too larKO���������none too small���������for us. Mall  orders promptly intended to. Givo us a trial  on your next orelor.  To Correspondents: We ine correspondence on any subject of interest *.o tho Kciicriil  public, and desire u rcllabl> ruKular correspondent in every locali' snrroundini?  Revelstoke. In all casus tho bona Milo name  of the writer uiustnccoinpuny manuscript, but  not neceaBarlly for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke. 6. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  DRAWN  BATTLE.  The heavy, hoavy nights uro on him like tho  ground,  And nil tlio bitter days tire ovor like tho pea,  And e-veii thus, O gods, whom think ye to hnvo  hound,  Nol hi ng other now to do, nowhero elso for  nyo to lie ?  Novel- t-lai;nnnt nor asleep Encelndus is found  in tho shell of doom ulivu and invincible nud  free,  By thu lenowk'ilKO and tho will tind tho pleasure wriippi'd around  Of thn lliiiiK that he would do, ill the pluco  where hu would bo.  5  Whence) the prollt, whoso the odds,  "���������Yel)l������ gods?  Ono bpforn you dl.-avowed,  Woven ruin Ior hie shroud,  Is inor* crn fly, is morn proud, is more t-nlm  thnn tire ye.  Via that search anel woulel torment  Ills intent,  lleet yourselves as in n well,  But eun track not, neither tell,  If this iniiii indeed rebel so to do nnd fo to bo.  ���������Lou I no Imogen Cinlney in Chap 35ooli.  1. All correspondenco must bo legibly  written on one bide of the papor only.  _. Correspondence containing personal  m-tter must bo sinned with tl.s pr por name  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with roforunco to any  thine that has appoarotl in another paper  must first be offered for publication lo thut  paper before it con appear in Tiik Hkiiami,  SAVED THE BABY.  WEDNESDAY.    AUGUST   :i,   189S.  Edmonton Bulletin: A number  of the Canadian panel's arc  rushiDg to the defence ol Galician  immigration by comparing the  Galicians with the Scotch, Irish  and German imiuigrauts of former  years. Such co__pari_ou.s only  show the ignorance of those who  make them. The Scotch, Irish and  Germans will no doubt appreciate  the compliment thus paid them,  however.  It ' appears that Lieutenant  Governor M. C. Cameron i_ putting  on frills siuce his elevation. Some  people in Regina aro worried  because he drives to town accompanied by au escort anil outriders.  Shocking! Perhaps His Honor  even wears a long-sleeved hat.  The average citizen of Canada is  scratching his head aud wondering what this <Quebec conference is  all about and what good it is going  to do. Somebody might rise and  explain where the- necessity for  another conference with the  United States conies "in.  The C. P. R. has further reduced  the freight rates on grain and  flour shipped from the North  West by one aud a half cents per  hundred pounds.  This free trade tariff has uot  lowered the price of binder twine.  It is higher now than for some  years past.  A CALGARY   BOY  Among the    Fighters   at   Santiago-  Letter to His Mother  - From the Calvary Herald.  "Run, honey, run'l Hoah como de  Yankees!"  Such was tho cry which roused Nell  Tarletou from hor bed that summer  evening when General Bntlor, at tho  head of the Federal troops, 6wooped  down upon City Point, Va., and blocked the road to Petersburg.  Nell Tarloton dwelt with her mother  and baby brother in thoir old fashioned  homo on tho JiimcB river. Tho father of  tho family was nway ou tho Potomac,  fighting the battles of lho Confederacy,  aud only a few faithful negroes remained to guard Mrs. Tarletou and hor children.  As Nell sprang from hor bcel sho  heard the rattle of musketry up tha  river. A Ehell tore, screaming, ovor tho  house, followed by nuothor aud another.  Then there burst forth from tlio stables  u lurid glare, nnd sho heard her mother's distracted voico shrieking that the  nogro quarters wore afire.  Nell's fingers trembled violently, but  sho mauagod to don her frock and shoes  before old Aunt Drusilla camo lumbering up tho Etairs and drovo tho child,  shoes in hand, from the room.  "Doan' min' yo' shoes till yo' gits  out o' fiah," exclaimed Aunt Drusilla  resolutely, and so, barefooted and half  clad, Nell hurried through tbo confusion of lho hall and into tho lawnbe-  fore tho house.  There sho found her mothor hysterical and helpless, and thero, too, "was tho  baby, snugly wrapped up unci carried  by his mirso, tho mulatto Phccbe.  Somo valuablos hastily put together lay  in bundles on tho grass���������plainly revealed in the ruddy light from tbe blazing  huts. Nobody seemed to know what to  do till Annt Drusilla swopt upon tlio  sceno. Then movement took tho placo  of inaction.  "Heab, yo' fool niggahs!" cried tho  old colored woman. "What for yo' star-  in en doin luifl'm? Want do I'nnkees to  cotch yo', huh-' Grab dom bundles an  run for  do  woods.    An yo', too. Slits   , an  yo', honey.    Run, I  toll yo'.  Pha-bo, min'   dnt  ar  cliilo, or I warm  yo".  Ever'body's got to run."  And everybody ran���������even fat Aunt  Drusilla herself. Down tho dewy lawn,  with tho Federal bullets whistling  among tho tree tops hard by, una the  flames spreading to tho barns and stubles, thoy fled. For iu the night attack  no ouo.'was safe. Neither north ner  6onth warred uguinst women nnd children, but under cover of darkness the  gravest danger threatened all within  the area of attack.  At last thoy reached tho dense woods.  and tho souncl of firing camo but faintly to their ears, though tbe glow of the  distant firo still showed its grim redec-  mothor'B agonized fnoe over beforo her  nnd tho determination to save littlo Hal  strong within her. A jagged stono cut  her baro foot, but could not stay her  ovon for au instant. Now sho saw tho  roofs of her father's houso illuuiiimtud  by tho spreading iiro, nnd now again  tho shells wont whistling over hor head.  Rabbits and squirrels skurried madly  past her, escaping from thu advancing  troops. She hoard tho sound of iiiniiy  footstops and tho sharp banging of tlio  1'odoral rifles. On tho rising ground bo-  foro tho houso black figures lmrriod to  and fro���������tho van of Butlur'sivrmy. But  sho did not stop. What woro 4bo ouomy  to her when llul was missing���������wounded by a chauco bullet perhaps and dyiilg  in tlio fields'.  With a roar the houso caught fire,  nnd a shower of sparks soared into tho  air and fell among tho trees. A bullet  pinged not a foot away from Noll, bnt  sho heard it uot.  "Hal! Brother Hull" was tho song  her hoarfc saug, and sho heeded uo other sound.  A branch, shorn off from its paront  treo, crashed down upon tho horoio  child aud boro her to earth. Sho crawled from beneath it, her shoulder bruised  and torn and "with sharp pains in her  auklo that told of n serious strain. Sho  could run no longor, but limping was  Dtill possiblo", so onward sho limpod.  At last tho lawn was reacheel, mid  Noll felt a heavy handdosceud upon her  aching shoulder.  "Hold hard there!" criod a voice.  "What in heaveu's name aro you doing  horo?"  Tho child looked up iuto a rough,  bearded faco, bogrimod with powder,  yet not unkindly.  "The baby!" sho whispered hoarsely.  "I'vo como back for Bnby Hal."  Tho bearded man let tho sword which  he curried fall back into its sheath.  "Oh, you'vo como back for tho baby?  Como back through tho shells and bullets, eh? My girl, you're a regular Joan  of Arc."  "No,   sir, I'm  a Confederate. And  please, won't you help mo to iind baby?"  The big soldier caught Nell up iu his  arms. *  " Why, your poor little foot's cut,"  ho cried, "and your shoulder's bleeding  too.    This is awful."  "Don't mind iny shoulder, Mr. Yau-  keo.   Lot mo find baby."  Tho Federal oflicer put his spare baud  to liis mouth by way of a ��������� speaking  trumpet and shouted in stentorian toues,  "lias���������any���������man���������fouud���������a���������baby?"  From tbo right camo an answering  hail, nud a soldier camo ruuning out of  tho darkness.  "Wo fouud a colored girl aud a baby  over tbero, sir," ho said. "Thegirl hud  been knocked down by some buruiug  timber- from tho barn."  Two minutes later Baby Hal was  cooing, just as if nothing had happened,,  upon Nell's lacerated shoulder. Poor  Phmbe, badly though not daugeronsly  hurt, told how in flying blindly from  tbo Federals she had been struck and  di.nbled by a falling beam.  As tho story spread among the Federal soldiers they gathered arouud Nell,  cheering hor so loudly that Auut Drusilla, sitting disconsolately upou her  stump iu the woods, heard tho uproar  nud wondered what it mount.  Not long had the honest old negress  to wonder, for presently there marched  through the woods a guard of honor  surrounding the federal officer who carried both Nell aud tbo baby in his  strong arms.  "Ob, chile, cbilo!" cried Aunt Drusilla as sho gave Nell her very heartiest  hug. "Yo' done give me a pow'ful scare.  But It's all right now, bress  do Lawd,  AN  AUTUMN  MORNING.  The frost's nRloam whero the dow was dripping  Just in tho Bpnco of u dny agono.  The roso deep edge of tlio mm is slipping  Through mellow mesh of tho autumn dawn.  Soim of neither thn tliru.li nor ths linnet  Ilisi-H and sweeps in a broken flow.  Only iht> lireozn on a Mveeubrior spintt  Shivers a pensive uilauio.  The fi-oj-t's iiKleiim  on the path I follovr.  Scarlet velvet the witch hir/el spreads  Adown the slopu ot" tlm old mill hollow,  Wliine dodder tunnies ils lustrous tliri.iils.  Wlint Is there loft ot the summer's story���������  The laded roses, the' elni.ii- lost���������  ^Vhtit uf hei' opulent itlow unel nlory,  yuencl'.ed in llio lilm of nn auliniin frost!  Deep tn the frlimo nf Its willow cover,  Where javelin points of mui are thrust,  Tho slfi'uin that suiik to a .summer lovor  I'ehoes lhe boiik of nn ended trust.  -Iluttio Whitney in Woman's Home Companion.  BAIT A (THE LAKE).  A letter from Ben Crow, who is now  in Cuba, has been handed to The  Hkkald and from which we have  taken the following:  Siboney, Cuba, July 10th, IS0.S  ".Iv DaiUjIN- Moth Kit,���������Leaving  America in theU. S. boat Gale, one of  the fastest in the service, wc have now  been here two weeks tomorrow and  have only been under lire once losing  Ihree men anel live wounded. Our  regiment supplies lhis part of Cuba  wilh war necessaries anel has come out  very lucky so far, the yellow, fuver is  reporieel near but our ollicers are  taking every pi oc.iiition iig.iiii-t il.     II the path  Tion upon tli_r_ky"1 ineT  "Dis far 'nongh," grunted Aunt Drusilla, who. despite her age nnd corpulence, had kept well in frout of tbo  race. "We can rest now. Put dem bundles down, yo' boys, au, O my Lawd!  Whar's Phoebe?"  Poor Mrs. Tarleton turned as the old  woman's frightened cry���������turned to see  that the young mulatto vvas iudecd  missing, together vvith her precious  charge, the baby I Tho unfortunate  woman's brain reeled at this last terri-  blo calamity, aud sbo fell fainting upon  an dem dar  Van!*  ain't so bad after  alir5-^���������CJhiesiger_:jie-r-G_e~-.;j-'���������  do nol think we will be here much  loncet as our hard lighting in taking  Santiago is al most-over, wo have guris  placed all around the city now and .-ire  ready tei blow ii up if they do nol surrender. I think today is* the last elav  they have. We sunk all the Spaniih  lleet thai was about here, having l.~> to  "20 thousand troopi engaged besides  the fleet and lost 1,.V"J men killed and  wounded fighting two days and part  of another.  Through the Spanish having a good  position it necessarily cen-i us a leii nf  men to rout ihem out, anel they light  like gooel fellows. The sutTering nf  the poor Cubans We're not overestimated in tbe papers, hy the looks of  them as they passed by here it was  tenible, starved to -kin anel bones.  They came out of Santiago by thousands, as we gave the Spaniards two  days to send all the women out.  I do not think much of war, but now  that I am at it I will never shirk iny  duty. I feel just as safe here as at  home, and with the help of our F ilher  will come out all right.  We are camped on tlm .side eii a  mountain by the sea.aneliti.s one of the  best camping grounds we have struck  vet. Thanking you, iiiolh"~r, for your  kind letter, I am"  Ever your loving son.  Ben* Cttow.  Care Co. B, 33rd Michigan Volunteers,  Washington War Department.  . *������**���������������  A sad accident occured in. the Lang-  enburg district recently by which a  three year old child belonging to Jlr.  1'fseiler, a German resident, lost its  life. The child was missed by its parents, and on search being made it vvas  discovered with its head in a tub of  water near the house, and on being  taken out life was found to be extinct  It is supposed that the child on look-  in H into the tub overbalanced itself  and fell in.     _   .    f- ..jjhj ;gsi|  Kneeling by her ~ido and chafing her  hands, Aunt Drusilla crioel frantically  to tbe negro boys, who stood around, to  search the woods.  "Go back elo way wo come," sho  shouted. "Phcobo inns' bo captured of  shot. Go bock an fetch young mars,  'fore de Yankees git him."  But the negroes hung thoir heads  sheepishly.  " Wc'se'froid, Aunt Drusilla. 'Deed  we'se dreflnl 'fraid," they moaned.  Wrathfully tho old woman rose to  her feet.  "An yo' call yo'sulves men!" sho exclaimed. "Yo's iiufHu but a pack o'  cowardly possums. I'll go back mah-  aelf. Yassurl Olo Aunt Drusilla ain't  scared o' Yankee gunB when young  Marse Hal's lof ljchin'."  True to ber word, the stout hearted  Brasilia turned in tho direction of the  burning outbuildings and shuffled down  tbo pathway as fast ns she could go.  But another pair of feet wero lighter  thnn hers. A littlo girl in a flimsy frock,  "with her shoes clutched in her hands,  jped past tha old ncgress. It was Nell j  Tartleton, trembling no longer, hut -wild [  ���������with eagerness to save her baby brother. |  "Como back, honey 1 Fo'de Lawd's  lake, come baokl" gasped Aunt Drusilla, as she snatched unavailingly at tbo I  small figure which rushed so swiftly j  by. But Nell only shook her head and  ran the faster. Farther and farther bo-  hind dropped poor Drusilla, until at  least sho lost tight of Nell all together.  Then she threw np her hands and sunk  despairingly upon a log.  "Dat ends ifc all," she sobbed. "Boy  an gal bofe gono now. What'll Mnrso  Tehlston say when ho comes back? An  poor miss! Bonn' to kill her daid when  ���������he hear dat Nell's gone too."  Ob thr_B__- tho wood* ran Nell���������h������r  Everywhere arouud reigued culm and  sileueo!  Thoy floated whito and shimmering  on tho smooth surface of tho lake,  whoso wators were unrippled by u singlo breeze.  Even tho solitary dragon fly, which  had flown across a littlo whilo ngo, had  disappeared, aud tho frog would not begin its croaking till oventido. Thus nothing but rest, still and dreamy, lay on  tbo surface of tho tranquil water.  Mauy a secrot lay hidden in tho deepest depths of tbo bountiful lako and all  sorts of fanciful stories wero recounted  of its fathomless mysteries.  Thero grow tho beautiful Water Lily,  with her delicate liueameuts, aud her  fragile, spreading roots seemed to be always searching in vain for a firmer  hold, and whoso winsomo socioty was  engerly sought for by all her neighbors.  Tho tall flags hovered around her and  wore continually whispering and making salutations to her.  Often had 6be petulantly closed hei  beautiful leaves, whoroupon thoy would  promise to leave her in tranquillity, but  when sbo again unfolded her petals or  made even the smallest movement il  was a pretext for renewed whispers.  All theso foolish adorers had nevei  yot asked-of tho Water Lily why, she  passed all hor timo gazing upward toward tho sky, although they might well  havo observed that the Lady Moon  shono thoro in all her splendor. Whon  the foolish ones slopt, tho Moon's rays  grew brighter aud brighter, gliuted full  across tho lake an,d embraced the flower,  which was trausfonued by love iuto a  Will-o'-the-wisp, whioh danced and  flirted constantly with its beloved.  The Tulip was tho first to be aroused  by this Will-o'-the-wisp, for as he had  lived nt court he was used to watching  aud slumbered lightly. Ho drew himself np with great austerity, for ha saw  tbat the Water" Lily was a person of  doubtful reputation, who nllowod herself to be embraced in a most unbecoming manner by the Moon, danoed about  liku a siren, throw aside all modesty  and provoked nntl teased her neighbors,  who nevertheless revered her and looked upou her as quite a saint.  So the Tulip lost no time in relating  his discovery to his nearest neighbors  iu the flower world.  Tho Forgetmenpt opened its blue  eyes so wide, so wide in their innocence, that tbey actually remained larger than when they first'saw the light.  The Lily of tho Valley, who tenderly  loved tho Water Lily, wept bitter tears,'  whereupon tho Tulip grew bright red  with augor aud continued to repeat his  story to tbe surrounding plants, who  drew togethor in groups aud chattered  and recounted it to the South.Wind,  who was just then passing over them.  -Tho-V. ind-repeated-it-to^the-Flags.-to-  tbe Water, to tbe Clouds, who,frowned  iu auger aud immediately covered the  .Mcoa with a veil.  The tall bluo Gentian, perohed like a  cavalier on the Blopo of tho mountain,  hnd heard toll of the beautiful Water  Lily. He imagined that there lay nt tho  bottom of his heart a spirit of fire equal  to tbat of the Will-o'-the-wisp.  Ho bad for some time been enamored  of tho Edelweiss and would gladly havo  fondled her velvety leaves. Ho was all  tho more in lovo because tho two oas-  tln=. under tho walls of which thoy  dwelt, wero Foparuteel by u deep chasm  "Kefir* ."rom .~.u_tr_Ua.  Not  many year?   ago the possibility  of   shipping   eggs from  Australia vvith  any likelihood  of  their  reaching England except  in a decomposed condition  would  have  been  ridiculed ai ult.rly  liiiworthy of  consideration.   Today tho  thing  is  not only being accomplished,  but   tbe  eggs arrivo in such first cities  condition  that  thoy pass  as new laid.  This has been rendered   possible) by tbo j  universal  employment of  refrigerating  apparatufon ���������* hijslionrd. Tho-Kg?, whilo I  still   perfectly fresh, aro   forwarded"by j  the  Australian   poultry keepers  to the j Fijr ull timo cavaliers havo given proof  cold storo and nro ("hipped to England  at tho timn when eggs aro scarco aud  con. cejueinly at their dearest. Mauy  thousands of dozens,' paigt_d in bores  with cardboard divisions, hlleel up with  dry pea husks, aro now forwarded to  this country from November to Jan-  r.ary. In a recent r.on.-igiimout tho local  price of the eggs nttho time- of shipping  was Ti-\,7c\. per dozen, the freight nnd  packing cost abf)Ut lid. por dozen, and  tbey realized is. Gel. per dozen rotall on  arrival "at this siele of the world.���������  Chambers' Journal.  llpfnFccl to Fxpreiii lho Baby.  A South Sider called up tho Amerioan  Express company by telephone and  wanted tho agent to mako a contract to  briug a precious package from northern  Michigan. When asked the character of  tbo package, tho man nt tho telephone  said it was n G-month-old baby. The  person in whoso earn tho child had been  left, tho mother boing deael, had wired  tbat she could i.o longer tako care oi ;  tho littlo ono. General Agent Nosier |  told tbo anxious father that he could do' I  nothiug for him, whereat tho latter  secmejd groatly disappointed. Mr. Nosier snid that 20 years ngo the company  accepted charger) of that character, bnt  tbo carriage of mon, women and chil-  i dron becamo risky and undesirable aud  finally hnd b .en abandoned by all tho es-  f,rcss companies.���������Chicago Tribuno,  Not Ills I'unit.  Ho���������Do you thiuk Styles and hiswife  livo happily?  She���������I'm euro of it.  "Well, sho always ficems lo look uncomfortable when sho's with him."  "That's not her husband makes her  look thnt way. It's her boots."���������Ycn-  _____ Statesman.  of their e:try con-oiencos anil havo de  ! inanded moral perfection from thoir  j own wives only. The cavalier braudish-  ed his lance in tbo sight of tho Etlcl-  wiiiss, to innko bolievo ho was going  a-iighting, and tho Alpine .Roses admired him as be passed and blushed  and regretted thnt tbe cavalier Gentian  had _et oat in search of adventure iti-  -tead of contenting himself with their  charms.  Eut tho Edelweiss was ct too proud  and ancient a lineage to show tlio leant  regret at his departure* and remained  frigid and cool in her velvet robe near  the terrace cf her castle and barely bowed her head aa the cavalier couched his  lance ou pasElng before ber.  Some time afterward a falcon, wheeling overhead, pftrceivf.d tbat tliis iinlif-  tetrence was but assumed, and spokei to  tho Edelweiss of the water in the valley  celow and of the beautiful "whiten Lily  jWhiob reigned over it. 1.- told hcrhow  the cnvalier Gentian bad fought with  ar.d been vanquished by Prince M.-ir-  ciasns, whose parfumeel darts had citnsi'd  him to fall fciiiissless to the earth.' The  Edelweiss did not allow heir emotion to  appear, bnt she felt a cold shiver run  throughout her frail body and would  ���������willingly have listened to farther details, but the falcon had already flown  awny, and hor dignity did not permit  her to reoall him.  Prince Narcissus thus became a horo,  nud was mightily astonished to fiuel  himself such. Hitherto his chief occupation hud boen to contemplate his own  -GilRction in the waters of tho lako, to  porfnine himself, nnd to languish in tbo  wako of the Water Lily, and so render  himself more interesting in tho sight of  tho neighboring" flowers. He looked  with disdain   on   \k������  evargrsen Iv?,  .-thorn lie regarded as a mere poet and  would not even doign to glance at the  worthless Reed, but stopped up his ours  with a weary, scornful nir whou the  Reod thought good to rustlo.  Prince Narcissus did not cure to harm  the Laburnum. Ho felt pity for it,  though ho could hnvo annihilated it  with one waft of his pungent porfume.  Tho Poppy and the Dandelion wero,  for him, personages of too low born extraction, and for a trifle ho would have  adopted a rude manner toward thorn.  Bnt with Cavalier Gentian it was  quite a difforout affair, llu had come  down from his heights aud dolled all  those who were enamored of tho Water  Lily. Narcissus had accepted his challenge nnd had overwhelmed him with  his pungent odor.  As his reputation for valor wns now  firmly established ho would havo liked  hi his vanity thousands of voices to be  raised in his praiso and grow angry  when tho frogs croaked a requiem in  compliment to tho fallen cavalier.  However, such is the wuy of tho world.  As long as one is alivo it refuses to pay  ono homage One must die before boiug  appreciated and honored.  What would Narcissus have said had  he kuowu that the Edelweiss took tho  voil on account of her deep sorrow on  tho death of tho oavalior Gentian?  " Toward evening, when he had rested  from tho fatigue of tho day, he cried in  a voice so loud as to bo heard all around:  "Como to mo, tbou beauteous hermit, so white and pure. Thou art meet  and fit to bo my own princess."  Hardly hnd ho pronounced these  words when ho was attaoked by pricking pains, which seomed to be burning  him on nil sides, but ho determined to  grasp and conquer his enemy.  Ho succeeded incatchiug hold of tho  Will-o'-the-wisp and grasped it so firmly that it was soon inert and grew colder aud colder and heavier and heavier.  Eventually the burden booanie so' grea.  thac ho let it fall at his feet, and there  lay a monstrous jewel, white as tho  Water Lily, but bearing in its depths a  marvelous blending of all tbe colors in  heaven and on the earth, with a fire as  vivid as that of the Will-o'-the-wisp.  Suddenly the Boeds were pushed  nsido, and a long bearded gnome issued  from the lake and gazed with goggle  eyes at tho newborn Opal.  ��������� Lost in admiration, he hastened to  pick it up. Its effulgence was so brilliant tbat. he thrust it into a lauteru  which he wore slung round his neck  and sot out to rejoin his fellow gnomes.  On reaching them he cried out:  > ^'.'Come  and  see what a magnificent  gem I have "found."  His companions laughed at him,' saying:  "Why, it is but a Will-o'-the-wisp."  "I tei" you it is au Opal. I picked it  up, and its firo scorched my hand."  "Yet 'tis'but a Will-o'-the-wisp!"  The  poor  gnome  was furious with  auger and exclaimed: .  "I know that it is an Opa4"^ and ye  nro jealous because I am wealthier thau  ye all!"  He preserved his treasure for some  days, but bo perceived that it dwindled  slowly away as its rays grew fainter and  fainter���������so faint, indeed, that it scarcely seemed to shine.  "Take it back to the lake," cried his  companion. "Perhaps ifc may there recover its effulgonco and beauty."  So the gnome went sorrowfully back  to the lake, hoping against hope. Hardly had ho opened his lantern when the  flamo sprang out, and, inoreasing perceptibly in size, glided noiselessly over  the surfaoe of the water to the center of  the lake, where it distended and separated itself iuto broad green leaves,  whence emerged the ohaste Water Lily,  which onae more lifted its fair faco to  "gawTou~_lie~reiplehdeht"Mbbri7~^~Caii~ieh~  Sylva (Queon of Koumania) in Lady's  Uenlm.  TJ-IE JWIJ-IJ-S EXGHMGH  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Free Bus Meets J_ll Trains.  fiUS LUJ-D Proprietor  F. JAeCJ-RTY  -Wholesale and Ketail .Dealer in   PRI.ME BEEF, PORK,  JADTT0J4 .MD SAUSAGE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  -Merchant's Hotel  'Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accoiuniodatiou.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  Tho   largest hotel   iu  town.        Centrally    located  Choico   Wiues,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Kates    $1     jut     day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms.     Bates  Tablo furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines  Liquors    and      Cigars  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor..  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  All Gorman. Oo to the Open..  "Tbo opera begins iu Dresden nt 7  o'clock and closes at 10," writes Lilian  iici I from Berlin to Tho Ladies' Homo  Journal. "Tho best seats nre absurdly  cheap, and whole families, wholo  j-cbools, wholo communities, I should  fay, go thoro together. Coming straight  from Paris, from the theatrical, vivacious, oiithusiastic French audiences,  this first German audience seemed serious, thoughtful, appreciative, but nn-  entiiusiiistic. Thoy uso more judgment  about opplnnso than the French. They  never interrupt a sceno, or even a musical phrase, with misplaced applause.  Their appreciation is slow, but hearty,  and always worthily disposed. The  French aro given to exaggerating an  emotion uud to applauding an eccentricity. Even thoir subtlety Is overdone.  Tho German drama is cleaner, the family tie is mado much of, sentiment is  encouraged instead of being ridiculed, as  it too often is in America, but the Gorman point of view of Americans is quite  as much distorted as the Frenoh. That  statemoiit is sovoro, but true. It would  bo uttorly impossible for tho American  girl to bo moro exquisitely misunderstood than by French and German men."  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting   arid   Teaming   a.-  specialty. ;  Daily Stage loaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG to HILLMAN, Thomson's Landino.  A  GOOD  To .secure ono of thoso desirable lots  .CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont' wait     till    the    boom  our way, but BUY NOW.  comes  CHANGE  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  BJ __r������_V__r-_-  ___.AJ--_.OX-  Jut-re-tl-K Oerm Studjr.  Some remarkablo observations on the  fcmgovity of germs in dust havo been  made by Dr. Miejuol, u French biologist.  In 1881 some earth was taken from a  ilepth of ton inchos and was found to  contain- 0,500,000 microbes per gram.  It was then driedfor two daya in a tem-  peraturo of 80' degree* centigrade, when  it wns found that the number had de-  crensed to about 4,000,000 per gram.  The dust was then hermetically sealed  and put away in a dark corner of the  laboratory. On opening the tubes after  n lapso of 16 years ifc was found that the  dirt still contained 3,600,000 __iorobei  per gram. From the mrriviDg bacteria tbe tetanus miorobe was iiolated,  and so wonderful was its vitality that  it caused death in guinea pigs after __o  incubation period of two days.  -malted Dlg_Ity.  "Hey, Here! Are you tbe office boy?"  "Office uothin I I'm de janitor's  private ieo'-taiyi"���������Chicago Tribune.  Samson  Wood Dealer  and Drayman  .  .  Driiying anil delivery work a apociii'.ly.  Tuamij nlwnjaon hui.il ii-uliovtest notice.  Contracla for jobbing taken.  Agonl   fur  llie    Stumluril   Oil   Company.  E. Wood  and Builder3  Estimates, plans anil specifications furnished  on application. Shop and ropsir work  promptly ''attended to. Wooel carvi-e. a  spcciulty.      Work    fchop   on   Front Street.  T\iq Revelstoke  Pfooto Company  Revelstoke, B. C;  STUDIO: DOUGIjASSTUEET-  J. H- Hull  & Compaqy  Butchers    and    Wholesale   and  Bstail Dealers in Beef. Fork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders in our line promptly  rilled   What Do You  (f  Want in Shoes ���������  If you want n nood Miners' Shoo* como to  D. .laukiii-.  _  Ii'you wunt u goii't i'roeiivctoni'Shoo como  to I.. Jenkins.  If you wantadticor strcini. Cork Soled Shoo  coino toD. Jenkins. *  If you want a Long Lex Dooi como to D.  Jcnkliid.  Shoes ami Harness repilrcd on tho shortest  notico. All linen of work kept in stock  at prices to suit all.  D. JENKINS  FlrBt Street, ono hlock from  tho  Imperial  Dunk ot Canada,  ltuvebtoko Station, D. C.  Wood! Vv ood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure,  Tho undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pino  Wood for sale. Any person recjuiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. AV, M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with II, N. Coursier,  Front Street, Kevelstoke.  17ntf     FRANK JULIAN.  G. B.JWacleaft  ARCHITECT. .  and BUILDER  Kstimatcs fu-niahed. Plang and specifications made. Am aleo prepared to do  abop and job work ou the Bhorteflt  notice. Sitisfactiou guaranteed in  every cose.   Gall or write for tennn.  Main Street      ���������       Revelstoke  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Rbvelstoke  "���������,-������������-?���������'. -~- }(.  If-  Story of the Episode as It Actually Occurred.  TIIE IIAMFATTER'S IDE.V OF WjVR.  Quarrel* nf Forreot ami .-Inere-aily Wlilili  IjCil Up to the Tr_g������ily���������Cavalry anil  Infantry ilr ought Out to Quell thu Infuriated Mob.  Tlio nvcrago suiierannuntod hnuifiittcr  who bus n pnictionlly stonily position ns  lending support of tlio pillars of i-crtain nf  tho largo stores nnel hotels along Broadway nml who never tiros of telling of experiences which  ho did not hnvo "on the  ASTOK I't.ACK T.IOT.  rond" when ho wns "n lcatlinv; nioiiiher of  Hooth's coinimny" is just now in his glory. At hist ho is ablo to socuro tho attention of nn iiuilicnco���������something without a  parallel in his enrcor. His topic now la  wnr. McKinley, Long, AlRor, Miles, Dewey, Sampson, Huhley and all tho rest of the  niun who are supposed to know a littlo  nbout. fighting nro "chumps" nccorellng to  tho iifore-iiiilhiniifnttcr. IIo docs not have  tbo temerity to assort thut ho hns soon actual servico in tho field, for even among  actors thnt yum would bo too tough for  crcilonco, so ho contents himsolf with tolling of tho part ho played in the Astor  plaoo riot. Thnt very turbulent episode,  by tho way, is about tbo nearest nppronch  over mado by the stngo in tho direction ot  war outsielo of the numerous wars ol  worels for which it is so justly famous.  And hero is tho story of the Astor place  riot, not as tho aged Rial to lounger tolls  it, but ns it actually occurred:  On May 23, 1890, thero disappeared tbe  last vostigo of Clinton hall, on Astoi  place, New York city, nnel since then the  Mcrcnntllo Library building has covorod  its site. But this Clinton hull was tbe  original Astor Place Opera Houso. In  1S49 ic was tho finest theater in tho city  nnd locateel in what was tho most intensely respectable residence part.    ,  In tho Astor library tliero is a pamphlet  published within a month after tho futed  night of May 10, 1S4U, with this impressive titlo page:  ACCOUNT OF THB  TERRIFIC,AND  FATAL RIOT  AT TUB  NEW YORK ASTOR PLACE OPERA DOUSE  ON" THE ~~IGH'- OF MAY 10, IS.?,  WITH   THK  QUARRELS OF FORREST AND MACREADY,  Including nil the   _au_*cs Which Leel to That  Awful Tragedy.   Wherein an Iufuri- -  ated Mol) Wus Quelled by the -  Public Auihoritic*..  Snddcn  Death or  Mutilation  of More Than  Fitly Victims.  Tho causes which led to it aro as follows:  In  1826   Edwin   Forrest  was  the  bright  - particular star of Gilfcrt'sliowery thentor.  Methods were crude, but thu financial results nt least wero satisfactory.   Tbo actor  soon loft tho class!, shades of tlio Bowery  and offered his fumous prize of $500 for a  trngody.    Mr. Stone's  "Motamora"  was  accepted and later in another competition  Dr. Bird's "Gladiator."  In 1S27 Macready, who was then 48  yours old, tho victim of a potty spirit of  fault Untling, mndo Iris initial bow to nu  American nuilioncc. But in Philadelphia  thoy interpreted some of his caustic ro-  marks ns an insult to tbo public.  In 1S35 Forrest visited Europo nnd after  a long'tour on tho continent appeared ns  Spartacus in Drury Lnno theater on Oct.  IT, 1836.J Ho met with success everywhere and roceiveel many courtesios from  oinlnont literary mon nnd'frohi-tbo~se"-f  his profession, particularly from Mr. Ma-  oroady. On his return to tho Unitoil States  ho wns feteel nt Philadelphia and offered a  congressional nomination nt the hands of  tho New York Democracy. It was in tho  Biimmor nf this year ho made his famous  Fourth of July oration.  In 1841 William Charles Maoroaily returned to America, but thoro wns then a  growing rivalry botweon tho two actors.  Mr.' nnd Mrs. Forrest went to London in  1845 for n second time to fulilll on engagement. During thoir visit, which lasted two yenrs, an open rupturo occurred In  tho friendly personal relations, that had  exl'tcd till then between tlio two mon,  and to tho subsequent zeal with which his  friends espoused the American's qunrrcl  was duo tho culminating unfortunalo riot  of Astor plnco.  Tho English failed to renow tho cordial  reception thoy hnd previously tond_r.il  Forrest, and, according to the olironiclor  of that day, "the ungovernable tragedian  was beside himsolf."  At Edinburgh he visited tho playhouse,  nnd it is said hissed Maoready'_ Hamlet from a box. Tho Insult was tho cause  of a bitter newspaper controversy. Aftor  this Forrest when attempting to play wns  hissed by the cntlro nudleiicu, uud later ho  failed to secure on engagement in Paris.  Deeply humilluted, he rcturnoil homo,  but the American press cheered him with  sympathetic words, and tho light wuxcil  warmer.  Macready again crossed the Atlautio in  October, 1848, and an thu :J0tli of that  month, played in Boston.' His reception  there was - disappointing, for Forrest's  friends were presont to avenge the wrongs  suffered by the American tragedian  abroad through tho Englishman's influence, it was believed.  Macready doolded to come to Now York,  , whoro Forrest was playing to crowded  houses. Niblo and Hackett leased the Astor Place Opera Houso and billed "Mno-  beth" for May 7, 1819: Forrust's friends  wore in evidence at the first performance)  and hissed the actor off tho stugc. Tlin  special squad of policemen on duty did  nothing.  Mayor Woodhull the next day protested  against another performance, but, the lessees lnslited on thoir rights, doiiiandcd  protection and referred to thoir $.*)'~0 license as the basis of tho claim. 1-clv.ctnnt-  ly the proteotion was finally granted-  The English actor had some supporters,  nnd among those who earnestly requeued  blm to oontlnuo and promised htm an >'n-  thualastlo recaption was Washington Irving.  In  anticipation   of   troublo,   however,  General Sandford ordered out eight companies of mllltlnl but  thore was not nny  Increase of the policR force.  IjODg boforo 7 o'clock the orawd began  surging toward tho entrance. In half an  hour tho thentor was crowdod and the  sulo of scats suspended.. On the outsielo,  filling tho street, was a mob constantly  growing in numbers and in thu intensity  of its anger. Finally it begun to storm  the Opera House, and the polico gave way  boforv tho torrlllo onslaught. Threo minutes later thoro was a clinrgo by n cavalry  regiment. It was mot by a volley of missiles���������stonos, broken bricks, pieces of  wood���������anil thu horsus, miiildunod with  fright, lurnoil and forced their riders Into  ignominious retreat.  This was sucuuuilad by tho bayonet  elinrgo of tho infantry. Tho crowd, nrniis-  nd to fury, rot al in tod. With half t\ dozen  soldiurs lying wounded on tliu iiavoniuiit  thn oomnmnd "Fire!" wns glvun, and -0  citizens full to thu grguiid, somo killed,  others mortally wounilo'el, a few maimed  for life. Tliero was a sucond volloy, and  tho crowd surged buck. Twenty-two ilonil  mill UO Injured wns tliu night's record. It  is n singular fuel that tliero wuru only sovei) women in tho Opera Houso nudlonce.  Tho  performance onilcel  in confusion,  aud the disgraceful riot was at an end.  Airmen L. Titcomb.  New York.  ROYAL CANES.  Society Ilellc- Use Stout Hickory CInbs In  Self Defense. 'J  A system of fencing in which Htout hiok-  ory canes aro used has been tnkon np by  tho society wonion ot Now York. It la  known as "royal ennos" and was In vogue  in Franco several hundred years ngo. The  e.-orcisu of tho "royal canes" is not tlio  easiest in tho world to acquire    Tho nov-  f'tfaPttTiNC  "RIGHT  ��������� ������,XOE7  t>    CAXE DEFEXSE.  Ice is so afraid of hitting herself that she  generally docs manage to inflict slight injury either upon horsclf or unothor. But  tho daughters of socioty who hnvo novor  oniluroel a blow or u knock nro tho very  onas to ignore' pain. Thoy keenly enjoy  the sensation of tlio blow nnel cheerfully  endure thoir martyrelom.  Few Chainless Wheels.  -Inkers of the chninlcss who havo also  18!).. chain driven wheels on sale nre not  pushing tbo sale of thu former. Moro attention is given to tho sale of tho chain  .wheel,_tho chainless boing kept on hand  more as a si~ile_rissu"6-th"aii~~"nnythlngelsor1  They aro, bowover, ready to supply thoni  ln any number, but ns yet thoro has been  no startling demand for them.  Weight Events Unpopular.  There Is talk of abolishing the weight  events nnd substituting n half milo run in  the annual dual giunos betwecen Oxford  nnd Cambridge. The two big English  universities hnvo never been able to turn  out a really first class weight tosser.  CHECKERS AND CHESS.  Checker Probli'm No. 473.  nia-k-ii, 8, 8, 10, 20.  Wi  ar.  WjS -    S������_2J  feS./"" K'SS  H*JI_ ������*��������� "  js__.      S_f  gat  Wlilte-li, 15, 17, 27, 81.  Blnck to play and draw.  Chess Problem No. 473.''  Black.  ______J  White.  White to play and  mate, ln two move*  SOLUTIONS.  Checker problem No. 474:  White.  Black.  l..Z)tolS  1. 16 to 19  3..18 to 14  2..10 to 17  8.. 21 toll  2.. 3 to ������  4. .27 to 23  4..X2tolB  6..31 to 87, and*  ���������In*  ___3_ problem No  White.  474:  Black.  l..Kt to Kt8  1..R to Et 4  2..BlQch  2..Rx������  8..K������ toBS  L.Banu  4. J_~ ~aa-������a  THE DAWSON CITY ill GONTRRCT iElilW MI PRICE OF PEACE  Has Been   Let to a Canadian  Firm  HON. WM.   MULOCK  KNIGHTED  Crops   Badly    Damaged���������Yukon   Gold  Shipments���������Prince   of   Wales  Is Recovering  SPORTING OUTFITS COME FREE  Winnii'Ku, July _S.��������� Thu Hon. W.  Mulock, Postmaster General of the  Dominion, is to be knighted,  I'OKT   DEAD  I'jvnn MncColl, the Scotch Canadian  poet is dead.  l)AMA~l~~n    CHOI'S  The crops in the district of Portage  la Praiiie are slightly damaged by tlie  late hail btortn.  ARRIVAL  Lord Herschell. chairman of the  Quebec conference has arrived al New  York.  D.VWSON -MAIL  Victoria, July 28.���������A contract has  been made with the Bennett Lake  Navigation Company in this city, for  carrying the Canadian anel Uniled  Stales mail botween Bennett and  Dawson City all classes of matter will  be handled.  VEU.e.W .MKTAIj  Skatti.k, July 28.���������Steamers arriving here almost daily with large  Hiiantitics of gold dust and drafts. The  Humboldt arrived today with one  million dollars.  ANUI.O-AMEMCAN l_-AGl~I"  London, July 2S.���������The Right Hon,  James Bryce the Liberal member of  Aberdeen lias been elected chairman  and the Duke of Sutherland treasurer  of the Anglo American league.  THE I'lUNCK OK "WALES  The Prince of Wales' is progressing  so favorably that it has been definitely-  decided to remove hi in to Cowes on  Saturday.  E. T. Hooley the bankrupt company  promoter mattes very serious charges  against several British Peers and  and newspaper editors. . ..  ��������� SPORTING   DUTIES  Ottawa, July '28.���������Regulations have  been issneel by the customs department prescribing rules for the importation free of duty of sportsmen's outfits. This privilege does not apply to  provisions or ammunition. United  Slates sporting clubs having fishing  aud snooting preserves in Canada are  to be allowed to bring their outfits and  use theni here for DO elays, on condition  that they are not sold and that,  thoy are * taken out of the. country  again.  NEWS OVER THE WIRES  FREIGHT   RATES     ON     FLOUR  REDUCED  The Quebec Convention���������A Winnipeg  Man Ho.~~:e From 'the Northern  Gold Fields���������A Grand Rally of the  Conservative Party to be Held Soon  Winnipeg, July 2!).���������August 10th is  mentioned as the'probable date of the  Quebec convention.  HOME I-'KOJI l~.LONI~~-KE  M. S. Gowler one of the lucky Winnipeggers in the Yukon, who went out  with Dr. Simpson's party to Dawson  last spring has returned here and reports that the spring washups have  turned out well and that the miners  are very indignant over the new ruining regulations which require ten per  cent royalty on the gtoss o.itput.  fCiiniojsjivi. nder f iiUyj-ai-i^o w i n gtolh o  vigilance of .tlielMounled Police. All"  tho saloons are closed on Sundays.  Dawson City is growing very rapidly.  Gowler stales it is his belief that there  are; hundreds of creeks quite'as rich as  Kleloi-ado anil Bonanza.  I,A liUUUliOlNK DISASTER     '  M, Lockroy, the I'rench Minister of  Murines, has ordered an investigation iuto thocaiuscof theLiil-Ourgoine  disaster.  ltEHUCEI)   EKKIGUT KATE  .Montheal, July 2!).���������The freight  department of the C. P. K. railway  have today announced the reduction  ot the North West grain and - Hour  rates one and one half cents pur hundred pounds, the new tarilf to come  into operation in August.  The Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier held a  oonferonce here with Lord   Hcrschcl!.  TOltY activity  Ottawa, July 2U,���������A grand Conservative rally is likely lo be held in  Ottawa early in September. " It is considered that all the party leaders will  be available by that time.  The Ottawa Conservative association are actively engaged in completing its organization.  DECEASED WIFE'S SISTER  London, July 29.���������The House of  Lords has passed the third reading rf  the deceased wife's sister's bill, legalizing in Great Britain such marriages  contracted in Lhe colonies.  Bismarck's condition is said to be  slightly improved.  McKinley's   Answer    to    the  Spaniards  CUBA MUST BE  INDEPENDENT  Cession of Porto Rico���������To   Retain   tlie  Ladrones���������Coaling Station  in  the Philippines  SPANIARDS  CLAIM   A  VICTORY  Washington, July 28.���������The following is a rough draft of President  McKinley's reply to the Spnnish government's request for terms of peace:  The independence of Cuba under the  protection of the United Slates. Cession of Porto Itico to the Uniled  States. The retention of the Ladrone  islands by the Uniled States. The  permanent cession to the United  States of a coaling station in the  Philippines, with a cast iron agreement binding Spain to grant a satisfactory government to  those islanels.  Spain will protest against the invasion by the United Slates of Porto  Rico.  ���������FALLING   HACK ON SAN  .1Uj\N  St. Thomas, D. XV. I., July 27.���������The  Spanish troops at Porto Rico are  being withdrawn from the outlying  towns and 'are being concentrated  upon Sau Juan, and the defences of  the city are being strengthened.  CO.IPEI.I.l-D TO UETIKI"  MADKH).July2S.���������Official despatches  from Porto Rico slate tbat on Tuesday  the American troops advanced in the  direction of Vaneo, Porto Rico, and  that fighting was continuous the  greater part of the way. They were  encoutered by 700 Spanish regulars,  and an engagement took place which  lasted through the whole of the night,  and only ceased with daylight, and  that on the day following lhe Americans were obliged to withdraw to the  coast.  p riEKCE RESISTANCE  Washington, July 2S. ��������� General  Miles forces encounte'red a determined  opposition to their advance on Porto  Rico.  PEACE NEGOTIATIONS  TO BE KEPT SECRET FOR THE  PRESENT  Spain's Plea for Peace to be Answered  Shortly���������Foreign   Press Opinions���������  ���������Think   the- .Terms   Too   Hard���������  Shaffer's   Sick Number  4,000 Men  Washington, July  2!).���������The garrison and   people  of   Guantanamo   are  dying of starvation.  suakteh's return  General Sbafter's army are to be returned to the United Stales as soon as  it is possible.  PEACE   WITH   SPAIN  Secretary Day was closeted, with  President McKinley for over half an  hour yesterday afternoon, over the  response to Spain's note suing for  peace. On leaving the White House,  Secretary Day anuounceil that the  government would replv to the Spanish note on Friday or Saturday. Meantime its tenor so far as the administration were able to do so would be closely guarded from the public.  Repoits from Madrid show that tho  Spanish newspapers' are giving their  approval to the government for instituting peace proposals.  The Berlin papers think the American terms arc loo haul.  The "Vienna papers think there will  have to be a conference of the powers  held in Paris over lhe question of the  Philippine islands.  SICK llOLI,  C"eiibrhl"Shfifii'r's"siclc~'iiuiiiber~'ovi_'  ���������J,OUO men.  THAT BROKEN  TRUCE  DROWNED AT SHOAL LAKE  Two Brothers Lose Their Lives Through  the Capsizing of a Boat  Shoal Lake, July 2-i.���������A very sad  accident occurred here this morning.  Henry G. Chambers, of this place, in  company with his brother John anil  wife, went for a sail on the lake.  A'lien fifty yards from shore a sudden  just of wind capsized the boat.throw-  ing the occupants iuto the water. The  brothers used every effort to keep  Mrs. ChambeiH afloat.and her screams  linallly attracted the attention of Messrs Scott and Beeston, who succeeded  in rescuing Mrs. Chembers, the two  brothers having already gone down.  The bodies were recovered about  live hours after the acccident in eight  feet of water.  To the Editor of The Herald:  Silt,���������'ihe. following appears im the  New Y?oi I: I leralel of the lO'.h instant,  headed "Advantages of the-Truce,"  "The extension of the truce has been  most advantageous to the American  forces." "According to General Sbafter's despatch he has taken advantage  of it by bringing up additional batteries and in making further preparations  for the assault on the Spanish forces."  I think the British generals  were right in not, acting in this way  way at Waleiloo and the Oiimca, ton.,  as the strict military definition of a  ti nee is "A suspension of hostilities  between two nations or nrmies for a  definite period, during whiclijieithcr is  at liberty to do tnii/lItintj lo benefit  itself at the expense of the other."  Truce and truth contain the same  root and imply that the agreement  must be honestly kept.  Yours faithfully.  T. K.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Kovelstoke.  Preaching services at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Olu.s mooting at tho close of the  morning servico. ..abhath School and lllble  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayor meeting  ovory Wednesday ovonini? at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited.   Boats free.  HEV. S. J. THOMPSON, PaBtor.  fHUROH OF ENGLAND-St. Putor'B,  *-" Rcvclstoko. Hours of service: Evening  prayor daily at 5 o'clock, Fridays at 17X1  Sundays anil Festivals: Holy Communion at  11.111.. moruiiiK pruyor nt 11. Sunday School  und Biblo CIiisb at __:30. uvuiilnK prayer ill 7:30.  First Sunday In lho month Holy Communion  ul morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vlcur.  The sad death by drowning of D.  Reginald, the son of J. C. Pilgrim, of  Winnipeg, as reported in yesterdays  telegram was only eight years old. It  appears that, the boy went down to  the Red river with a companion named Charles Goswell to bathe. While  undressing in a flat bottomed boat,  which appears to have been unfastened, and which drifteil into the river.  The lad had been forbidden ,to go .the  river, and hearing his elder brothers  Mjice, who had just come to the bank,  he was afraid and jumped into the  water to come on shore. None of  the boys could swim and Douglas was  drowned in sight of his brother and  companion, who were helpless to assist him. Great sympathy is felt with  the parents of the deceased boy.  PRESI1YTE1UAN CHUROH-Royolatoko.  Sorvieo overy Sunduy at 11 ii.tn. aud 7:110  p.m. Bih'e Cliss ut "_~:30 p.m., to whioh  all are wolcomo. Prayor meeting at B p.m,  cvory Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR, Pastor.  IJ OMAN OA'-KOLIU CHUROH ���������Hovel-  J-~k- moke. Moss llrit unel third Uumluye in  month al 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION AnMY-Meotlngs overy nlB>it  in thulr hall on Front Sired  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1653.  Ilojfiilnr meetings nre held in tho  Oelelfollows' Hall on tho second and  fourth Wulneedays of each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  oordlallv invited.  Dr. T. Jells, XV. M.:  T J. Grahumo, Reo. Soc.  W.G. Dirney, Kin. Sec;   U.S. Wilson, Treas.  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Mcots in the Odd*  fel>ows' Hall on tho  2nel and Ith Fridays of  each month. Visiling  brethren invltod to  attend.  .1. B. Scott, C. R.  .7. L. Smith, lt. S.  Dp. .Malloel?  Physician anil Surgeon, McKonzio  Avonuo, Revelstoko Station, B. C.  Grogan & Co,  ���������inn General Agents  (Successors to J, D. Sibbald). Insurance  Heal Estate.   Mining.   Loans.  Office: First Street, next to W. K. Pease &  Co.   CudoMoreieg and Neil.  IE you want employment, or  looking for a houso to rent when  you reach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver Employment  and House  Renting Agency  331,    Ilastings    Strcot.    West.  HEVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksm-thins.- Jobbinc  Plnmbi-as.   PiPe Fitting  Tinsmithine  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Sp8cia!ty________  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.  CHOICEST  cisjqRs  TOBACCOS   ���������  CIGARETTES  SOFT DRIeNRS  ICE CREJUA SODAS  ICE CREAJW  '-������������������Bicycles���������Hepaired-and���������l'or-Hiro,������������������=���������'  R. JA. SMTHE  nilli-tt THIRD STREET CENTRE.  To..:.  Fortune  Seekers  If you try your luck prospecting  in tho Lardonu District, don't  piiFS I. , M. CITRON'S general  storo nt Thomson's Landing, when  you can buy the cheapest nnd  best miners' supplies hi tho district.  I. M. CITRON  mi-ir  THO-ISON'3 LANDING.  If You Want  PORE COWS JVULK,  ' Guaranteed Unadulterated.  So tp TJ.E EUROPE DAIRY  MRS. F. JULIAN.  P^evelstoKe  Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs. McKechnie  and  Jeffs. Attendants  Wendei! Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist3 Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  I22-l_  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 185S  Paid up Capital  Rest Fuqd   -  Head Offlee-  $2,000,000  -    1,500,000  -Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson. President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  H. Markland Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H, Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals.nrms.  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rateB.  Knglish and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont,  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta,  Clinton, Out.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.Ont,  Norwich, Ont.  Simcoe,  Ontario;  Victoria, B,  Rcvclstoko Branch  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont,  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, 0-_.t-  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont  Toronto, Ont.  TcrontoJunc'n.Ont  Tcenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  W oo elstock, Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Vancouver, B, O.  Revelstoke, B. O.j  C.      Quebec.  J. D. Molaon, Manager  IMPERIAL BW  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt,Vice'Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaflray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner  Elias, Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager,  Branobes  North West and British Columbia  Brandon "    Portage la V_ncouyei  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton   Prince Albert  Revelstoke  South Edmonton.  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Ingcrsoll  St. Thomas  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  ONTARIO.  Niagara Falls  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, 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  Yqrk, Bank of Montreal, "Bank of  America; Chicago, . First' National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and- upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available, at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  - This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any ot  tho Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts in tha  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Bran eh  _������._ PETRETTO  Tfee Roman  Sfeoe .Maker3  Dealer in    Dooli  and    Shoes.     .Mackenzie  Avenue two doors eouih Molson's Bank.  Harness KcpairinK done.  Moderate Prices.  "Work guaranteed.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������������"i Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  ,   Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Rovolstoke Station, B. C.  JAS.   McMAHON  General  Blacksmith  o  AND WOOD WORKER  WagonB, heavy and light, built to order or  rcpaireel.   Horseshoeing a specialty.  " Shop on Douglis Street. East, Rcvclstoko.  S. McMahon, Manager.  Shop on First Street, ju_t west of Union  Hotel, Kevolstoke Station. Ja* McMahon.  " I (���������_)_]. cr. a_-tf  FRANK BARNARD  Brick and Stone Mason  '-himncy buildlne a specialty. Contracts  promptly attended to. Material furnished  -hen called for.      All   work   guaranteed.  First Street, Reveltsoke Station  FERGUSON  The Centre  of the   Lardeau   Mines  Be Sore and register at th������  BJ-LMORJIL .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords,     ltates from $2  to S3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  Ttle Pioneep  Stores  ,,,0? Fepgu8on  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything  to bo found In a general store.  Post Oflice in connection.  .     At our TKN-M1LE BRANCH Store  Powder, Caps, Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all .Miners' and ProspectorB' SuppUee are  kept on hand  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukou and Klondike Oold  Field..  To Eastern and European poiut..  To Pacific (Joast, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST  CARS  Run daily and are models of  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets issued through and  baggage checked to destination.  Daily Trains Leave Revelstoke  Easfcbound 7:40 a.m. '  Westbound 5:20 p.m.  Southbound for "all Kootenay  points 8 a.m.  For   information,   time    cards, ~  maps and tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  XV.   F.  .Anderson*,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson. ~  -   E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  TIME C/\RD  Subject to chance without notioe.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Tlmt.  GOING WEST  DAILY  QOI-0 Ull  8:00am Leave Kaslo .ArriveS_-0pm  8_36am ...South Fork... 3:16*_n  9:36 am ' ���������Sproule's.... " 2:16 pm  .-.lam ���������' ...Whit������WBter... ������������������ 2:00pm  10:03 am ��������� ....Boar Lako ... " liiSpia  10:18am ��������� ...McGuiRan.... '��������� <l."~3pm  10-Bam ������������������ Cody Junction ������������������ l:Upm  10-J0 am Arrive.... Sandon .... Leave l:CTp  i CODY UNI "  Leave 11~00 am....Sandon.... Arrive 11:45 am  Arrive 11:20 a m ....Cody Leave 11:25 a ro  ROBERT. IRVING   | OEO.r.OOPKIiAKD  G. V. and P. A.       I       Superlnten eat  T_ze Vernon Soda  Water Works . .  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufacturer of Soda Water, Singer  Ale. Sanaprilla and all Soft Drink*.  A fnll supply kept in utock at Mc*  Carry's Cold Storage, where order*  can Deleft. a20-aw_f  L. Jl. FRETZ  Contpactop and Buildep.  ' Shop oppoeito Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Ouarant-etd  cJ.K-epnagfyan  Carpenter  and Builder  ii  OCBoe and Workshop:   Opposite Court  House. Revelitoke. ';  I'ians. specifications and estimatee RiTon on  application. The largest stock of door_, eaah,  brackets, turnings, mouldings, base casino,  kiln dried flooring, ceiling, and all __n_a  finish is now in stock and will be o__red at  prices never before quoted on this side ot  Vancouver. Any one requiring any of tha  above mnteiials will be consulting their own  interests by getting my prices before ordering  e___.r_e.___. aZ.-tt  SaaSr-a&voV Citizens
of Revelstoke.....
~Vc take this opportiiniiv nt.
tli.; end of onr yc'it's: business.
to thank   you   for  vour   kiml
���:   patronage, ner lib.:ridlvt--t~nel-
i;< 1 to ll. ill   thi'  pail, up,I  nl-r.
wish to cull your intention  lu
-.In.,   fn.'!    tlmt   vui   liuvc  jus'.   ..
.''   received lhc lnr.--.-t   oritur of
Drugs anil Chcmic.-tls
cv.T on. :-' .1 in l:> v. I- Mil.i .
iilr-'i't fr.,:'l llll* inl.ln.l.., tlllrr*
ID... ImpTl'T*. tlK- ,]���!!.Iii; of
V Illl'li V.l .-lilTlll.tl"..
Ou- Prices arc !"i?.ht
iind we 'i.iiiy I.. pP-a^c our
eMi*:o:ri,--r-,
Our Store
is Open Day and Night
.',..- el!*.p_n-iiig. ,8~Sf~-Wcs'.|icil
i':ii'l order* uii'l ghe lliein
prumpl -'.leutioii.
Canada Drug & J3ook
Co. Limited.
Ko. 2 is reported six hours Into 'today.
The Ouliirio legislature, moot.- today.
THE OUTLOOK
The mining industry in   this  suction
The I'nitoi. States paid the Beliring I of Koolenay is a very  important ele-
!_'.a claims of '���"'IS.'.GOO.- I ment r,l prouii.se:.     Mine ji-ldcrs Who
hu ve: been "mine  poor"   for the past
livo voai_. have taken hold nud intend
LOCAL  AHO _OEHERAL   NEWS
* f'::"0 at the Vie", for a sand with.
llith finds are reported almost daily
all over lhe district.
The first train will probably pull into Gran brook this week.
Another largo pack outfit with supplies for'the: Big Bund left Ilevclsloke
on Monday.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
has opened a branch office at Cian-
brook. B. C.
An immeii.se amouutol' fruit i.s being
handled by lhe Dominion Kxpri-sS Co.
here this season.
" Mr. A. I...Phipps, accountant at the
Imperial bank, is away on his holiday
trip lo lhe coast.
Mr. E. K. Steele, Imperial bank ledger keeper here, is confined lo tht*
house through illness.
J. M. Kellie. M. P. P., has opened a
business office next loT. 15. T. Taylor's
ofTice in tho Cowan block.
There nre over loO bicycles in lown
now. What's tho matter with form-
ins a club under the auspices of the
O. "W. A.
* VALtrAr.Li! business properties on
?>'cl\eti7.ie aiiel Campbell Ave. fen-sale
nt, low fitrui _��s for cash. Apply to
Grogan to- Co.
A protest hns been entered by _V.
Bailiie, the unsuccessful candidate',
against the election of Col. Baker in
Southeast Koolenay.
Hon. G. P.. Foster is at pres- nt at
_STelson. having gone in by way of ihe
Crow's Nest Pass. The Conservative
association has invited bim lo speak
here.
Chas. Field returned on y.if tird.-y
. venin'g from a three weeks' v-ij-.il
throntrh th" **r.ut"i rnnnf ry. Mr. Field
��� also visited h'.-" mines neai' P.l"f Biv
aud iepoiLS the proppi ti~*~ looking
splendid.
Ed. Adair left yo=lei.!-y with men
anel a pack train of supplies for the
Adair croup on Laforme cieek. Mr.
Adair intends" to push development
wnrfc on these claims this season with
ful! force?
Hank Boss is surveying t.he.. Iinnt<~r
.ind Trapper on Pool creek for a crown
srr.int. He expect= to commence farther devt'lopnKT.t. woik at an e.-irly
���l.-uo. but. already he hi _ ,-ui excellent
^howiiiK of silver-'.eael ore-,
Ts it not about lime that th" eit i'/.<>i,s
The Uniteel .States will' assume, tlio
loss of Us citizens in Cuba.
There is not. a vacant? storo or dwelling bouse' ill lievelstoke.
A. eoiiiiuilti'i' eil'inilitary experts will
report  em llie del'enr'es of Om.'i.l.i.
(I'l-lieral Shaft.M" lepoi'lh over l.l-ll'i
cn-e.s of *.kl.iie.-- in liis inmii .nul.
Miur.'iy Mtiniiiief iti'ticel I'min a three
weeks' vi-il -.villi friends at, Xel.-on on
Saturday.
The cuip reports from C.irberrv ..ml
Manitoba .ind .Nnrlhwi'*.li'in di.tiiel*.
are favorable.
* Bevel; toko llireeiory for sale ."it
all lbe town book slore.i. Price with
map, .">0 cculs.
" A shipment oT eggs and choice
dairy butter ju.l l-eceiveil at C. 13.
11 miio & Co.'s.
The Ladies Aid of lhc Mcfhodisl
cliurcli intend iiolding a lawn parly
next Tuesday evening.
Complaints of Mie neglert of sick
soldiers on llie U. S. Ivanspoi ts have
reached "Washington.
James Martin, M.P. P., of Rossland,
who lias returned from the coast, wont
sonlh this morning to his home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Godilavd anel children and Miss Polly Savage left last,
evening I'or a holidnv to the coast.
A good deal of building is sliil going
on in lown. and railway employees
elsewhere are enquiring foi houses almost, daily.
John llnicliings. of the firm of
llntchings to Uiley, harness and saddle
makers of Calgary, is looking afler his
interests in lown today.
* Tbo Ii En A i,�� job ofiicr mr.y not be
lbe only one in town, linL il. certainly
is Iho best, pi ice. quality of slock ,-ind
workmanship considered,
.Tns. Gill & Co. nre having some iiUer-
alions made, in Iheir new store to accomodate liieir importations of dry
goods, which aro ex pei ted lo arrive
next week.
Chas. McDonald, fhe popular manager of the Canada Drug to Book Co..
returned lo town from Nelson on
.Saturday night after an -ibse-ence of
t iv o months.
to develop their most promising claims
Ihi'-msi'lves; they' are rapidly . getting
out of debt and with increased prosperity are buying more freely of both
llie niccs'-itic*. and luxury's of life.
I liivi i'.i-i'il ow shipments ineans Ihe
diolribiitidii i,I niany adelitioual thou-
-.iml*. of dollar- in tlii- dislr'tel, I hi;
employment ol" hundreds more men,
iiitri-1'.ed wages, larger railway 11ullic
inul makes the mercii.inls enthusiastic
in Iheir ieports ot' trade pru.*.pert*-.
The eatlook is I hat lbe next six
mon! ii.-will show a decided business
le.viva!. In the south country trade
shows marked l-'-ciiperal ive leneleneies,
inaiiil) attrilitileil lo recent new
strike*, on many prospects ami steady
developiiieul, along wilh ore shipments. Industrial activity and lhc
expenditure of even small capital i.s
bringing about the revival. Many
new enit'i prises are under consider-
alion and a larger demand exists both
heie innd in the east for shares in all
sorts of companies,. Last season the
scene of activity was inure evident in
Revelstoke-' ilx.'lf, bul. now (lie town is
neai ly built up lo llie requirements of
ill.- husine.-sinen anil home-seekers, so
that a lull may be expected possibly
mitil llu: railway employees nnd their
l'amilie. arrive heie lhis fall, then
ngain there will have to be more
building done to accommodate over
2,.~)00 of a population. The money
people here have now has been and is
being invested in mining properties in
dii'fei-enl porlions of North Kootenay,
nnd although things .seem quiet, there
is uiiii'u men al. work, more powder
and dynamilo being used anel more
actual ore shipments than during any
previous season. This season opened
lute, but before snowfall thero will be
mine Ihnn a dozen actual shipping
mines in this district of wliich we^'can
well lie proud of. Then our Big Bend
placer diggings must not be. overlooked however, bnt of this we will
have something to say later on, as a
11 KHALI) man intends taking a trip
into ihe Bend shortly and will probably wiLne.-s the first cleanup" of lhe
French creek. Tho l.os.hery, loo. on
C.irnes cieek. will be visilod, as will
also many olher valuable properties
along the Columbia river.
Klteihoi'. Ce.int'orts. .
Somo ouo liuikos the nfiiiilrnblo miggos-
tion that ns In the oilier purls of tho house
littlo.now convenience- ore .constantly boing ueldcel, us thoy are soou In tho -shops-
tronr,time to time, -so the hitclien.com-
forts should lie gone, over anel euro taken
thut thoir supply Ugopn paco with tho in any.
modern couviuiienecs in Hint doiii.--.1ii.: Often thin part of, heui-ol~eupiii/_ i.s entirely
l_;norail, nnd irmiila go.���'on ��� overcoming
Biunll himellonpK in tlieir work.nil "ilny.
long, which _ tho mistress would ho', vory
eitiick to remedy u lier iittrnl ion vns cnlli i;
to tko matter. Kiuerci'iiry iuiili��*.l:lfl��. nu
very vnlunblu, uf com_i , in. liice. i. 1-cn
tbo emergency rer.lly . .eUts, hut tu hum poi
tho (loncrnl huusewuiU c'rl In ai'il.v Kite..-
on with old fntililoiiuil, unwieldy iUi_)_i;.*
la uot wlso.   -
"IT
__&*-
(.. F. Curl is is removing bis drug
store to the vacant, premises in the
Tnyleiv block, where tbe line stock of
drugs, "toilet, nilicle"-. eie.. will have
ample 100:11 for display.
A number of Bevelslokersare taking
nil van luge of the cheap return rate's 10
(he Halcyon l-Ie-L Springs, and are
spending their summer holidays at
Unit most, lieallhful and pleasant resort.
Child-Oil ..nil i-rCkh Atr.
A grout doctor unco ivinnrkeil thnt buil
vcntl'iitiun ik'feii'ins ni.nu children nail ilo-
Etroys more health thrn ncolilunt or plnguo.
Baby should nuvur '.10 put to uli'i'p in bad
or pcriiiubuliitor with tho henti uiiilvi
tho boilolothing, to inhnla the air nlri'iie'.y
breathed mid furilar coiilniiiiiiiitcil by ex-
lialiitions from thu skin. "'You nro tmoth-
oring tilio lifo out of your chilli's luu_;s,"
nn un.-ious luother wus tolel not long ago.
"How would you liko to drink tho wntoi
you wash inV Woll, when you aovcr your
baby's heael up, you forco hhn to uso uir
thut is just us bail .mil just us Impure."
. Diel you over suffer torment from a shoo
tight i;i ono spot". Hero ia 11 remedy for it:
Apply sweet oil to iho stockings whero the
rub comes. It is butter than npplying it
to the boot, because lt softens tho insido of
the boot whero it is needed instead of ths
outside.
Boiling water ought novor to bo poured
over ten trays, japanned gooels niiel tho liko,
in that it cracks the varnish. Wash rather
with vviirm water, a soft sponyo and a vory
littlo soap. Sweet oil is gooel for taking
out murks mado by hoi things.
Agent for th_
I31ici.enscierrer
Typewriter- .
���u__.'_A_.T_"TJi*Ea xi-r
G-eiits' EurmsMngs;
Stationery, Tobaeees,'j G
Fancy? j;_^rticles'.-?:;P
JppST- on?__~~xc~~~- store, K-SvsiiaTOKD": _��� oa. C  ? '
Uicl
'ft-'--'
-few
^ 4 M.:���'*'." f-
'V. _\"_ :. -.'
"ii&fT ���':
l_?'_i .'ar.
?rsr
u&u%~
iM
Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade  in   1 lb. Jars  and 4 lb.? and ;
y :7.1b.-.-Tins.v?'       r; JJ.'"'���
Grosse? & Black well's JTam. ?    Maconochie'syPickles. : >q;
'..,-���:��� Xetley's and Other?ChoiceyTeas.-yJ?F
A Well Selected Stock of;Dried Fruits and Canned Goods;;
:.Mother'S:';;: Mush,.ian
J':~J?i:'JJ?";J?'Especially:^AdaptedJ'fbr;H6^
7A 1 Uarge c^
:v;J:?JNew:;itaidjE^s?-J^^
MISS  SORLEY.
KZd&htSh.   .
I'upil of Mr. Wm. II. Sherwooel, of Nov
York nnd Chicriyei, niiit jMr. >~i'ii__t AVliyte.
e.f ntlnivu, M-ill.'refielve pupils for iuslruc-
liou in pliinoforto.-pliiviiigiinil singiii!..������'..������
��l_Sf-Pluilio. lit':the resilience bl'Mr. 'IVJ.
llniliiiiii, McKenzie Ave.--..".      ���'���''   ���.'���:-'��� 51  _
Buy Fruit
and Groceries
'J'liat nre i;ooil. We probably
have the I'e-t slock in town.
Our fruii l.u*iiio*s has ineroiiseil
to such pioportluii- Unit v.-c
lti'.v^it iui'iviiii_ ilnily, thus be-
FI10M . inu fresh, inul v.e giiuriiiiiec it's
qualily. Our ]iriccs for qunn-
titk'P��� fur miming purpuses���
are pei.-ili<-ely llie lowest in the
Kooti'iiuy. ��S?" Mull onlurs
prom]-.:!- Iillcd.
Hutchisoii lk> Co.
FIRST IN TIIE FIELD.
Tiik URnALn a few weeks age
(���barged the const p,'i|.ers with neglecl
in not keeping in touch with the ureal
mining inleiesls of Rrili:*b Columbia
������nul KooliMi.-iy iu particular, and in
booming the Yukon country to tlif
dii.-dv.uit.-g. of onr own province.
The Vancouver _". eic'd has thp following in reply, whicli TriK IfEr;.\!-T) takes ! -
much pleasure in reproducing:
"We observ.; :hat se.veral of our in-j!
Southeast Ke,���!em.y is experiencing,.^.^,   contcllipnMries    .ire     ,,;,,..;.���, | i
q.iite   .1 mining   boon,   tins   siin.ni...   .,, ��� .,,,      , p-a flf Vanl.OI1V|ll. ,lKll   Vic'-j f
Ti-anspoilation facilities h.is been   t���.; I     ^ .ilwnvs ncc,Ktwl   to wpi.rt',inv   I
eliivcl. eause.    But, when the-  i.,_ Be-.at   (1���.���;.���,���, {h<, t vvnsi^ .},...,  ,.���;.   }
and i.ar.leau are  tapped  by  i">"^y-j ,,n(1 :, hcim. made in  lhe  mineral  .le- J!
watch our ore shipment--. j vr.,OJ)m,,nt ,)f SOI��� h,,rn ;>:,t, ���u:f!,r..-i.-t-' '
The    (.oldsmith B-t'.deau    Company jern  Biitish  Colinnbi... and  the  plsc-n-
are   pushing   development     on   their ] omenal    rr;=_i!is
" =���'vTTtir'vei ��������� ��� ���tcin^v-FfiT" ~"
THE Sl7VR?BARBER;SHeR
.?��'��'��,@!��':'--J''?-."    .'.":���:'���'���??'!
Candies and  ?- ??? i Cigars and y?
Confectionery,-:" y???? ?.??? vv,;> Tpbaccos..
STSf'
t    AllSkiiielS;
���'    Kopt: in'sti
e    Truelu.i-.-l'ri
l;iiie!s   ofVSIinviiip - Jlnlerlill
^tOekiiiiHl::for sale to the
'ccs'riglit.'.,.';'���,'_..?' ?:y-,
Bath Room inJ.Cqniitctioni^Hot or.Cpld.
Shop opposite:. ?.?v.?y ;c:yy ?y ;yy::y :?,:??
Ciiniiiln pXug.'iV:?lloo._;..Co'.!s."slo'r^
a. 11. sl2In|i<|j^|ri|50r.
HAVE YOUp!
n
Tleliver. 1 fi'CSli.ovorj-elay'iiiiel. elbii't roast
vourseif overal-iiirniiigstpvovy. i?y>: :::~?'.y?
property   on   Pool   creel
kiv liable    losulis.      having
slruck ore, which lias
enthusiastic   over     Ll
in im ---1) little work.
wlnrh     have,    i.e-'-n
tit :i--" tin* vvtit.'T"^-"ft^nsr
'I'he un-ie-si way to clear out leaving13 is 10 lump thoni, or gel them
all together, -ln-li the profits off the
price nurl _ri\e >om- fricnels a
eli.ine'C. Thai"-, w!i.it,:.,e aro eloin-.
i.uv.- in C_i(-,i_ll:) Ceirlams, ^rusiui
Curtain^. Tinsel Curl-in*., Chenille
Table (lovers, .J.ipanesi) Matting,
Jlugs, Union Carpets. Stair Carpels,
Window I~iin���-, Curtain Poles an.l
Triir.iniag*. Wr.li l'aiv*r.-���-tl-.e leuv-
in;r_ of a s^as.m'b .-ales ror.ntlcil ut.
to b'j riei of ii-I'ir. in .oicing, ,\.igu*t
Ij. Price T,.-.j_ir_\-oly cuts no lii;iiro.
Jjc.'..'t r.iiss   r:>.lj  t-l.ancc   theie fo.v
R.  HOV/30M   St.  CO.,
M_-"tsr._i3 ai,_
alre-ad v > is ron-;r-i-i;oti. it doe-- 11.t  r>iea
viilty
wide' them veiy \ f" ''''���" cliav^e. -1.. upon ov.-i-y orcision,
'.*���  war rn ri tod  aur fli>in.r
,l)Oll
1'
J-*"~
i
���uot   fig* gM ti J- Vj*
b__t' ��   4) Bt-S'  __?
J *~
l-esu'.ts I x'hen th-
I uo. we   b-ive   devoi-<��rl   **p>.i-.->  iin-i-.-to. j
j and  that  in   no stinted   fo;r_.    Loin; j
A gt'tit Ionian was in town yc-sterd.iy j !,��.f,-n*   ihi-ic-   was any n>>w-.p..pe-r in!
looking for men lo work   on   tho  ������'-���w j p.���.jilc.iri   Kooi��Ti:*.y,     '-j-i ifpling   il-i
near   Brooklyn.    T'1--  " '���-'- ' ~^
' -.11
r.tilw.-iv
IlC-ITI     KOriUTlKV,       '-J"( i'~pl:l)g    1 I'I'1   j3fc
*���'"��� ! N'-ls-in .Mine'-, tin*, join mil.  ,-ii  ��~'>i-,**ii_i-1 Cij
nf 11-v��l=tokp. whn   a   short  time  ngo [ nllei'i'd _r.   fiomyS  to  i'i'2.T,n   pe-r  day. ! ,.,.;,l-,i., e-:cjien*,e. sent  ;i speri.-tl   i-e.i!���.>���. ! ���'.
a-V'-ii fm-.-n-.d received   f:-e*ii>   ihe  pro- i A :���;.- pe-i-on who may ile-ir- to  g" ( an j poi.deuf I hriaiKb that   e-ontii.ry .md  loj c>
vincial   <_roveinnie-n;   a   *.p<.r-i.il  art iojg"l   any  ir.l'.i 111, ition   by  .'ippl~, ing nl [ tlie   ni.'.e.nei- in   which   Ihese  n-j-'iil-. '-�����
-     1 - ���
���|
Woik i-1 ii'-iuir el.inp '.n tlie   "ilnlinwl:
March
Right
1
n
afd-Iorate   the   inr-ninor. 1.ion   of   thi-jlb
town, took some- furtiu-r ivt'on   upon;
Hie mailer one way or th.. other. I
���.l.y  ir.le.i m.ition   ny
(.'oli'.inbi.i House.
���on   P.i'il   1 reek  by  Mis*i'<. lliiiii"
Albert fipencei. tl-.o  nl-iti  w'no   wi- ; iDu-tiin, (lie  owners,  and   tbey   luivu J
founel   uncon<-cioiis in   the  liu_h   ii.-u",-,'.!  v.ed up an ituiii.'i,-e-  I,   ly of ore 01
the river bank on   S,if unlay  fie.m thr.   1, .i^-iO." ,. 2. u i-.Jdi   douI-N-.  U.e  1 ilm
effects of sunstroke, died   in t Iv be.-;, 1-   ,.," ;j;,.. ..- (,.),���! 1 \- ...  ilp-y  .lli-i'.uly  buv<
till mi Sunday morning, n.-ver   1, i\v_,_'   ,; .--i -:..~:.{ ..!���,. vin,.' on No   I IcI*.-.
gained ron'-ciou-ni���.    Th"  lu-dy   w,i-
intened in the cemetery  un   Muiid.iy
evening. '"".'...
the'   ni.nini-* in   wliich   lhe:
livt'ie  |iiint"il  and  eir'-nlated   in   ili;**j -g.
) joni'-'ril.    e on' -���! 'ntiL.      111,.I.     1 otioi 1-.-.
! r .ui��ii|i>r.-h!_* ei. dit i.   'it 1 iibiit-ib'e-  fe.r
��� he de'cr.-e* eif   pin<p"iily  whiel
1
Tl."
! as-;o:'
\\
oil'.itl  :>ili!    .-.Ii.'iiig.ili    j-.l'i--**
. ...,... - ,,,v,*...s passed 't.iiriiiigli   t.ovv'i ::'on
j Si'ind r." eve-riiiig.   .Th" train ri'inuitmd
Kevelstoke is the --npply and; di"tri-| j^,,^ ,JK,,i;ih f0r>ili;,   pnevy  lo.hav.'
j dinner, ,.:i:.l abe.ftt l!/)  were" serv.-d  at-'
I !he-   llolei    itevolsl'okf.*;?! while   others
Koolenay   country.     The. - v. kolesale ! AVCnt. i��� tit,,,c. i>. K. dining hail and to
merchants lior.e repoit their husinr
1 ~.r
r 'Jl
E?
M''
-^_.
buting point of >~eu th,Kootenay.; and
the  northern  gateway  te.  lh<>  -.ebole
. I-
increae-ing overy w��ek anel .-n-r- now
competing very favorably willi :>J\.
corners, the coast included. ''.Revelstoke is all right.
With the growth of the trm-n greater care shoulel be exerciseel in ol-Mrv-
ing sanitary regulations. The heat of
July and August way he'productive
of sickness unless proper action is
taken. Slops anel refuse matter should
be properly buried, .and not be thrown
nut to fester in the burning sun and
breed germs of disease.
In this particular dislrict, wheije
there has been just enough work elone
to show that there is almost nn inexhaustible mineial supply waiting feir
the hand of man to utilize i_t, there is a
future bright enough to enconi-ago nnd
inspire anyone who has a dollar invested in property or business, rend te>
satisfy the nio.it skeptical that this is
a good place to live. A country with
such resources must be a progressive
country, and 1 progressive ronntry is
invariably a prosperous country.
. Pile-Union hot'.-l. '.'���   . ���-     ' '   ?   :.
A ln-i .tifut lily is-'t.ev he ?se..'n in" tin'
st.e-)re;.'.(..f (?has. K. ���-���'l.'eie', ��� the prop.-rty
of Mrs. A. Mcltae...,.\V"ithr*iit eloubiyit
is Uie lii'.i'.'st'Of'its spocies. (The Ooldoii
Hand Jnpaiif-so Pi-iiic) we h;iv'�� ev'.rf
s'O'.'n and i_-fleci.s greali crei'lit to. th'o
laely|iwlio l-eun-d ami carcel foi: it.. It
v/oi'.l-.l iveli re-pay i(*.vi-i-s <:.!' (loivc'i'S .to
call andsee thi.s beriutifui lily.
The Biisbie pro;n;i-t.y on Pejo! ci-cek'
has-been boneled to -Messrs. Deer to Co.
oi Rossland for .$150.0,'-0. Funr inen
wci'-e put lo '.vork' seven days ago, and
afler four "day's work laid some 50
terns of high grade ore upon the dump
ready fur shipment:.' The ore is very
similar to that of the Silver Cup and
the mine promises tei eclipse anything
yi��t found in that district.
, fi,'*i
! hr on in p> ���-���.ii-*".'. lltf'.e for si-.-i.dj
vi-iiis. tt bit*, aliviiv . b. en ;i miiii ci�� uf.
*.:ili-fin tion ! 1, us I o iio'i- t In. el.,. ei'jp
lin-llt-e whie ll |iav��. Ii.-e-n l.lkil g jii.-ire
���n Sonlber:i iC'.ot.-r.'y. in ubi'ii We,
bi'lii-vi' tli'-n' an- niniy Ki"!ni_l;i -. I
Bul, it should lifj'lw.rni; in ..inintl that!'
there, 'ire . other industr'u.*'-' in. .ihtii
province) ?whicli v."e; (i';��n ..-wivrAhv.': of
;(.tU-nucii), and tbes'e .-up the agi-icul-.j
the lumbering and ih" fish'-rics. .and.I.e?I
t.bcKe. asweil as Io. ininnii^, we have'
invariably devoted considerable aU. n-1
tion. -'neu'e.P.a---be'iin investee!. ii. ii.o S
Koeitenay ?ceiiintry, as iveil ai? els<~ ^_
where tbroiigliout. 1 he. province, con-!, &
sidera.bli)-VaTii-niiyer''.'.-.pitsil-.r9 well,as^,fej?
capital dne wn from abvoad. by T'.er?jib*�������� |~5i
here who bad f.-iilh"in the nropositir-ns "^
in .wbii-li Ihey inv.ss!m'l,;' and Iiie;. e, so
far, have not, yielded th.i"e'?iiK,s which
are., expected' of tliem. I.leiice, investors in this : e-ity and., its vicinity ar-.:
neiw 0!Xt.i'emi::.!y citriifiil a'yi:.-) ihe. ���man-'
ner'��� in'which they place.. their own
eaipii.al and that'of others.''
'r',<. .'^r.' to^f.-i-.-, c_ininlnc
"'..-.P prie-^- ri'i-'.i.   Afti-r
1   1  ���   .n   n-,,'w,,l *' i'"'l
-  ��ir  li-iv   -h'.-  I'.l.-i  ��."'I
' 1 I'.-l     :i   "j'ir  I.e.'-, 'f nil   11-.
>   '   ",- o,-.nir Ij'il tl'.e ">tr> ljc-1
m
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_Si
F RES H JJ J % UU JJlll iJll?: #?
A nice new lii)o;.at?cxce6elingiy?le)w?pi:i��e!3
."tJ^-rtT^.
i'"^fe
miMBi
SCREEN DOORS
?scREEr:'|wiNbd\ys
v ?-.Iiist'what'yoii require tb keep yoiir liouso cbeil.and keep
011b 'tha;; flies. ?? We? can ?fily/;y(Mi?()ut: iir; .inythii%yiii ytliisline. ?"
;������;-��� Steel." ?\yiro.y inosqni.toy netting, fro 11 i '_15, cen ts 'pin.;:yard??:US*)ringS
,;hing|-s and door pulls. fi-)i"?se"i'i)eiielo.ors?
^stoyes.'single iind.db.iibl(j?buriii.rs.???Tlio?c:elebraled?BItie;Flauiey:
;?oil;stovcsyy?:Prisin?liquid?p;ii!ils:iil way soni baud; SLyyy:- ?y?y;?; ??v;
fimmmmmsi
��� j? -i-uu j.p sJfejB - ws-;S-'; d kM^o^tis^Mi^^^^^MtW'
Tbey? ai"evpii?ilie!;way^a: goo^
y'J'iivlor:])lo'cI:?':-t(:l_enKiOiAver:
A   N   Q"Vl?'T'H^?'��EVEi^TdkE,:,;i??>
r\. i\. otijia,i:" " ?;   y:cyy.O_;Ai_K]\~_.?.;.
Unclertaking' and; tmbaSniingy;???:
R. HnwsonJ&y:Ggr,:Ji;yJJ..
ri-ackcnzii-'Ave'yy -y-?yV::y:"?y:
Vtfhslcsale p.:\6. RctailDealer ������in-Vurnitare.
A- FIRST -CLASS;?S fi ?-y-y:y?
,  i, ^% -*, j^.'Vji*;Th:���'������: _->- -J-* <-_,T,-3^-i~.
^Jf^^lQ^^i^^hOL^u
FCT'iSaM?
The -.toe-k in tra-'le of a fli-st cliiss ge-.icr.il
-:.*.!-t' fo. *i.li- at ivbi'-Vftiiiit. 'This; 'itorois liuv
only on*. 111 lhc town, an.l is.ythe iptitlitttiig
sturc fi.r a i..��niber eiCciniipji in (tiol'j.sli :Or.:-Ie
..jun'.ry. 'iii>, ^ropriolor i*? o'Jligcel to go e*i_l
and 1* 1 litre fori:,ele-i-irouH to_soil.y
Tor iiirlli.jr particulars apply !o    -,    y.
���'��� ���'.���' ������:-' ���<���-���   ,     !.;_>!. CITUOX.y ���-���."
.- . yi'liohlsoh's Li'-mliug..
'I'lii* i- a goc.t,opportunity for 11 live, cu.i'^
COtil" lllllll. ';-.:        --    .:;,     .":=':'::��� '���'.:;
St^diiU^e^fof :tiic'ifUUUUr:"iiiUfSU
l-eveisfolcevPlredtp^Jto/Y^
���?'-;?".I_ clves^'-'the inforiiiaiioiiVyou?lire"askiiil for
;'_ '. 0 a\->. ii f tor,' il 11 y. ���:.���'Al I _abr.li l' Hove 1st ok -: -. Is;
'". ��� ini'meiiso rc-o'u-���ce.s-,;;leii:atioii,::iiilialiilatit.S;
:T 'i;::lni.sinesH houses*:,, coni i-ere:o;ete\;. /It;; is-ai".-.
. _-'VoiiipiiiiiciV' livr.ii-.beii 11 ti nil ylitliograplie'-l
��� i. 11:1111''.'eif j-lhe.'.towns! 'e.'y ~.!-ileil - to'.any: aitr:
;?::: elress for J~UeeiitS.;;:.]'iiblisheil;ahlinallyybx
'K.':'i\'Vl'FilTII'i_:C_!jREVEi^
J-?J'::JJJ::?'?-.;??::";Ncii:ice?.:?:v?-.y^?'??;;yyy^
? j\1! p'ai'ties.iiiilehteeptb nie "are ,rcquested;;tp
seille i,lieir*ae:conutS'ij?���fore the.~tli. oI-.Augr.-t;
A ftor.tlien all bill.. wilt.lVc pli.ee.tl in thu. hiiiiils
of'-a't'Olleeitor anil interest ehargeii:"- r ;'y yy
yS:^?y'yy;:;::V;,:yy>y;yy./;y>,y;;;AV.'..i:,;inKNI'Yy;;:
ii?? :?y" Advertisement? for. Creditors.;?:y-;|.?;
Iii-tlio .- tiiti) of Thoni lis .Wallace, rleceascel ��� v*;y
:-'.Tiikc:neitiein:tlint-all ���~pcrsou.sMi'iiviiigve1iiiin_
aguinst llio estate of ThoinasV." al lace, liite' of
:llio : town ��� ofltei-elslo'ici), H. - f ::���;" tlcieeii-eel, _ro
im or ibetViro'.the 20t.li . elay of .;A.ii mist, TlSif,
lb senel bv'post prepiiielHO the.uiiilei'signeil,
-jolii-ilcn's for the E.-etmtor, A: .l'...l'lii|ips,:fisii..
: t.i iiii"'Christ ian ^iinel'.surniun'fiy-a< I'tresses;: anel
clescriplions,, tlii)' full:yparti.nlar.-,-��� of y thoir
:claim-, aslntemeut.e _::their ..iict-ou 11 ts, anel' the
nature of the Reoiiritie's'fif any) hcl.l by, iheni.,
;..--._)_.te!il ,the;27tli etiiy of 'July A.D., 1S88.:-: :.."y
:,y i7:???r.:^."_ViiiTi_'_:_'Scott,- _y '..:'.v:'
:"'-':;.������.'-""..::: .������.:.'���",;;������.-Mtcvetstoke,- D.C.,; 77.7-7:i:7��� :.ii77
! ..'.' -; ."r":.';_;:;;' Solicitors.for tlie Executor.   !.
.-y'iy:;'fyryAppncatibii:'For?L-^dy::'yyiry'?
Kntieo is horubv givyii l.liat i!0 (lays after elaic
I iiili'inl to apply.to the Chief Coininissionei- of
Tjiiiiel.. aiiel Works "for pet-iiiission .to vpiireba-st'
82(1 acres, more, or: less, of, .11 n_urv_,votl.' land,'
n'art iii which wits fiin.icrl".-preempted but now
riliune!bif-..cl.-b.v.AreliilIe:.Leve_e|iio:iiitel"siliiato
on O.iwnie: Creek, Big Beir.l ..elisti'ii'.t anil.eles-
e.ribuil as followi: .: I'x.iiniienciiig,'at icpost at
N. >:;'o6riier, bf_l'-c.Kiisbn?.s liiri'elj marked N. K.,
tlience nortli SO iihntna, I hence west -ll) chains,
thenco seilitb SO I'liains, thciius: cast;,lU. elmliis,
con'tnliiliig ll'-O acres, nioi'O o^lcss. _: :'���'���'>_��� ;~  . y.
*,,   -..'-.. -, -y._'.>y ' -. .--''������      .Geo. Lafoumi!. ' _
���Rovclsleiko, 1'. C.luueO.lSOS. elaiigO
*_��,7.*.  . !.,.)^.V-vl-$.
s i Instruments
Groceries
-. - t !!������:<>��� i.i,* i.r-irifMi
1 , < \tf-*J fr*.j*-,�� : > h*iiirt��I
��� -    - r_- flc-.-r.i tin.1; .~_-o_*_,i*
..�� : _-���* :j.;t_i iMlU.r. . ;. tho best
;*  *rf-':i(>t_ir  on   ilift' Tnnrki'.t;
.ir;.*r- ot   ii'xvsy kir:*l arrivf.'K
Hats
BIKTHS
HAllji-O.-."-���At Ilevedstoke. on  August 1,
ik'S, to -Jlr. and Mrs. Robt. Samson,
'I
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"���.y -;ri r.f rrtKri'jS- -ttij-c. -''lebtraeU
f-y:,' .<",- ;.,.-* ;t'��-..hj8'-T:e'.-._'(:rtt "!���-
;./ ..\:.-i?.,".> ,.-/>*ial' y.S enuCij e*s . Ms
Ji if. lhe ..riis-inr,; tr_..i.)> to
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heael. i*.(ill liT.dsce u
..'.'.;.-:��� ������MtisuyUU'7::'i
:' !&'\'.-<h'}-te,T��.'S.iiirU -��� Ui*ilV: .(.hi
Viri-'i ni ���-}-Ji"f*'V�� *rift-h(lYt~~U': ' r.Hti>>
Xi__-tf-ry in ?ii_u-th��_v'i;v��jf. v?*J_ ,iv*'iir.
^'_I!.::':i'I /i.t w-alJ- ri-Ohi ',ht.'lr<:*tUtr:
to*., .r L:\ uaiUrnVA -tr-ftl f.r':"Up t<��,
f.lu.;*��..*;nd i'.tyiU.h, wiUion!, h\-inz,tO''
l:\,iA, _���'-. V.'urvn " i'AU:c.t-i tijt'. ''V-;.j
htvi-rnr-,.'in'in 'QOUirinn* to Milt uli.
M
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Yi.n lire: rt'ejiiCStod to lookyover niy
.cl.-ct stock or..:...-.'.'.''..".'..?;..'.'.'.'.'.
... .;VK)i?INi~?Cl"ri:AU3,..?.;......
 MA-xnoaiy;. J.'.-.:.-.'..':?. .-.���_-:���.
......noi'.N-iju's jMotrnr nnriANK
. ."j.STRIXn.Snnil ACKSSOIII)'*?...,
An eJiCelliait stock nt .'low prices.
Tiibiie-!..-. Cigars, ir'iifi Kcfr.'shiiig llrinles,"���"
Siutioiwry, .\'i>v*,-l;*,'Jiipnnc.S'_ Curios, lite).
u. ii C]ias.: "J. "Lilian
IJ
��.:"!l
*_��:
:::<>. ;^.r,-i-c; ntan.; If. yon IIvjiiii. iblj- J..jS %*% -   .��� K-s_
_,ro.:.-r;r.;i)(rinih.hat]i;i;-rs!rKiv,':yyrf ^ 0'    ^g?Q.
���I'iii Or :-���]?. proferiy iit-j'.d 10 junr   ,^j ..yy.-      :">?;��..    .-.-.... . .... ..,.,r. ... ,
" ;-j:;;H^intyer?ancl:
? Decorator --j
?V?'    jl;-'-   --.. ������"������-?:'���?.������'.?:?"-:';''      J--'"'"
First.Street East, Revelstoke Station
Notice of Removal
Th . ofllee'V.f' 1 he floW. Fields e,f P..C., the*
7'r.riKicr-ai:eI Wae-e-rloy j-fin^i; Co. have b-i.-n
r.'ii)ove:.l to jUbcr: Canyon v*-licre: all bi!*j'r,0--'s
in ceinuection with tin: above coinpanii.-.* v/ill
in future bu transacted.
!; .1. D. OP.AIIAM,
Oc-iieral Jlniiiiger.
Kevelstoke, August 1st, lSOS.
Liquor Liccnsa
Tiller, neitiee, that I, the unilcrsigiii.-d, intend
lo p.i.plr r_e�� day:e after elaic u, theMtipcndlnrv
>lnsisifate!i>f the Itcvelstoi;,, Hiding ���f Wei-t
Ko,,|._'iiiiy for ri lic-lise to soil ibinrir tiK- reitaii
at my ho'tel. Fituatc mi the Whv _rlcy "vngeon
road) Inn miles, norlb of A ll.crt ejnnvon.
ItOI'.ICl'.T VAT_TJ~BSO~~.
Itvvel-lok'-!, August 1st, 13_3.
i
F-Slf
f_S
i
'.Siipes'-tj-. :���-
iv feline's l.riii({ht of-us' arc'-iiioili'. ri,
r.liiil'.lt-,.','!j-:isti anel i.e.w 1.*.- ri-.icK.
V.V onttv iiIMhohlteiM. llO've-lllc. Ill
��� siii>,''i:- shiipi-s, fancy uppers and
all Umt.-.'I'reispfteleir's and others
sliiaiiM t'suiriliie'our-sheie Kto��.l:.
eirninji;;-,: I'-jicr Ilungiiig,'-IIi'ir'j.1V(ieiel rinif:h-
rrjij In;;, .'���ilf.usc , l-iijnting in all: I!rnii.c!ic.-i,':. .
,^3! '-'��� t-'-ixthaKv I'ttlhting, Oliusins, ic.
Miners ami pre.spr-elc.rs
e.'itflUmlonslinn notice.
m
���M
Fallis Bros. 1
. "2-f
ttmmmmmwmiw
Light
8' _
Trail
?' ??? '?:?'i -���?' J Notice.'; ������:?? ;?;;y? : :;?.'?
������Xei'tliie'ls lieruby piven ihiit lwo liic.iilh? after
date lhc'Sunshine 1 iinlle-.l. a company ini-eir-
.pnrutuil u mliir tlm Knisliiili Coi.ipun ies ids ami
lieen*"..-,! to enrrv on bnsiil(,-,-s In the Province
of I'.rillsli Columbia, iiitcmlH to apply: to tlio
ChiefConuiiissloniT of Lioiils ami Works, for
permission to purchase 17.1:: (seventeen I'.u.l
1:1-1110) acres of land -knitted In Keiotenay 111s-
ti-ict, coxiinii'iii>lii�� at a |i.ist marked '.'Initial
I'iibI. Northwest corner Kiinslilui; Limited" nel-
ieilninu the ens'.side line of the Huron Mineral
Cliilin (Trotit l.alic -lining Division) al ft poiul
llio feet from the uoi-tli cast corner nf such
������laims. Ihfiiic north r.:s elej;. enst for c:vo feet
tb-i-.cesoiiih miile'i;;-.;;. mill, cast for Hlll.t! fuf;t
lli.Miei: you Hi .'IS ile-K. 21 mill, west for lf..R feet,
Ibeiici) nortli 111 .tcir.._". in In. west feU'.lSOl feet,
crialaliiinu17.W Reres moro or less. -������
KUXS1I1 N'K bl-MlTI'-l),
/ -;, '��� Kixi.in a: Hunnett. . *> - .
���<-..: General Manager..'
July 215, 1S03.        -
If wpiiiailoiWyils-propcr?
.-' el o in oil s t rii'. i 6 lis <liiily?iTi the art?;?
'���:! ���'��� o f;: Co it _ c t j.l'a 11 ori n _; .y On r?5c iis.?;y
??:tom_i's;;aTb?.inoiIcis''Of,:;neal.ii_. s? -;
-y.itnii fash:eih?aheiyv.*c,: take,;priilc.y?-
?:'ii)--hiiying?'tlii)ui'i:_iieli:;ylfyy_)ii?��'
??.ai_liairtii"iilnrvSif 7.'bur~.clothes:i:?
y uiiis t'??t)'o:.:<.t.-just; so.''���1 theii^'we?:?
y? want you" fejry ay eii stem
your pleiisui"b to' please::thp:;inany,?
?.;of? bxiictiiig:!?tiiste.;.yThe':_ iiian?;,:'
..:Uiardest;:to?plcii-e?Is:.the:'iiian".wo:,:?:
?Hyaii_y wbu^lyomletiisdeimoh-;.-;
y.:'stiate \vith;ybu^?'?;yyyyy:; :?yy;?iy?
=_lho?I_QQt!i.iift5"--T.iiil.o_r,'-
; llevelstoke Station.
IMuiE^g^^m
��� %/{; ..muBHisiMiiMiitMinniBniMamtiiiciiciiHH"
A$Z[:-'
IBSH"1
Forguson/B.C.'��� V The Centra. ,V..
.��au '..Mines ��� _*-- -:UUUU -...,:���
&��      of the Lard.
^^iRiiit-iii-gifit*iiiiiiii3ticc-|s:i^HBn-P-kniit3iiirii^^
^   Best :;Accommodati6n   ^
^        Mn the/Lardeau-      ; j
^5ivitni~ipai3t_itciiBBiBiiuittiiMi>i(tii ������������������--������iMiittM-.;
^?
%
Rates   S2.C0  Per. Day.
Dave   Ferguson, yProp.
���ins:
and -Carting'-
45S?--TeInplione vour orders to W.M. Lawrence
aiiel tliey will be 'promptly ouoiieled to.
Robert Fleming"
U :(H Sheriffs ,S alep-?��?J?
?" l!y virtue of a v.-rlt o'( execution issued out of
the Supreme ejourt of llritisli Columbia on the
ul.Ii dav of .lulv ISOSin an actinii wlierein The
Iin'pi'rlnl I'.anlt of Cimaila were plaintiffs and
the- Arrowlicnil.-'S'aiv anel I'lanins Mills. Com-
Tiiinv Limited wore defendants in .the,sum.of
?.-it77.:iI and costs etc. nml of a warrant Lof cx-
eeution issued otit of the County Court of
l-ootenav at Revelsloke on the Oth day of .Tuly
ISf.s, -wherein the ifkltl Imperial liiink ot.Cannua
v.cre plaintiiTs and the jVrrowheiid Saw-and
l'laiiliiji Mill Limited Were defendants in the
sun) of "rl5l.C.-uml costs etc., etc. I havo seized
the 'property-of the saiel-defendants named
below nnel shall seli the fame hv public auction
on the P'th 'lay "I'/August; 1S'J3. at 32 o'clock
niton at the saiel Arrowheael-Haw anei. Planing
Mills Company (Limited) near Arrowhead 15. C.
or. so much thereof as will satisfy Iiie said
judgment debts, ���-osls, interest. Sheriff's fees
K.iiinla^e, etc. times* the amounts are sooner
paid.   ;" .'
1     "(Sgel.) C. E. Sua-". '
��� './,   Deputy-Sherriff.
itnvent.orv refbrreel to above:���One mill huild-
fOr saw mill with enpine house, and sash and
door fac-torv altuclied, 1 drv kiln. 1 blacksmith
shop and fools, anvil, forge nnei bellows therein
1 beiar.iinc house,, loilcinc house.bnnk houses,
2_raine-tv _> story, buifeiin'gs occupied it's rcsi-
rtenct-s. 1 horse stable. 7 work horses, harness
snd -.rugous, also all., the machinery and saw
mill arid factors", plant of every kind and
���leseriiiiion ir. and about the suidrbuilelings.
incluilinc 2 eu!_incs,'_ boilorj.I planer, Lstieker
t ripsaw. _ moftiser, 1 bftii.i_a-.i-. 1 circular saw.
1 sanding machine, mitre machine, 1 lathe, i
i.,i:nn. 1 shiiii-'.e mill, 1 l_th mill and bolter, 1
fan and heater, shafting belts and all tools
used in connection wilh s&id.eaw and piauing
mill and factory, 1 steal- launch sua row
l��3ats.
Jry.
FRU
���'-'~:**??;\17*i
f: GREENGROGER
FOR
For Preserving fresh and goody:?...?;'
A'egetahlcs, Canned and Dried Fruits. /
. liiscuits in great-variety.:;_.'���'; .?-_*?:
.Garden Stuffs'of all kinds,   y y?    ? �� '
ORDERS TAKEN?   ; ?? FREE DELIVERY.
FIRST   STREET.    EAST
iIGKj!:
The F. E. Piper Co^ have now on hand
First Class Brick at right prices.
Intending builders would do well to-
call and examine.
���������?''. Brick yard just north of the Gun Club.
_  grounds.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Prices on application.
The F. E. Piper Co.,
Revelstoke, B. C.
~~~n~~~~i
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