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I  Calgary, Feb. 1   1S9S. l~t!  jggjegsgsgsssss?^^^'  Hudson's Bay Stores,  Calgary  Haig  8z  Crage  Notaries Public,  ���������     Sole Agents for  Revelstoke".'  ���������^^^ ��������� Townsite  -   MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE & SCOTT,  Barristers, Solicitors, NoUries'Public, &c.  M -      .  Solicitor for Imperial r.ank of Canada. -_���������  F_iost7et~ii:kt, R_vei__okb. B. C.  Money to Loan.  V. White. Q.C. J. 51. Scott, IS.."..,LL.B.  JAMES  MURPHY, B. A.,  '    Barrister.-'Solicitcr, Etc.-  Office:   Cowan Block.   P.O. Box ISIS.  '    Third St., Revelstoke. B.C.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitois,    Etc.  Company fund's to loan at 8 per cent.  Ofiie _������:   5Iolsons Bnnk Block.  Third Street. Revelstoke'1 Station,   B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON-"-"**85^  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work a������pecia*ty. Teams  atw-vs reBilv'ou shortest notice. Contracts for  jobbing tnkiin. JC~("~~-Ageiit for the Standard  Oil Company.  MISS iSORLEY.  Pupil of Mr. Wm. II. Sherwood, of New  Y'ork nnd Chicago, and Mr. Krnest Whyte  of Ottawa, will receive pupils.for instruction In pianoforte playing and singing.  E_^p-Stud!o at tlio residence of Mr. T. J.  Graliam.'McKen-io Ave. 51  MONEY TO LOAN.  Wc have a large ������um of private funds on  linnd to loan on real estate security, nt  lowest rates.  White & Scott,  Barristers Etc.,  CO tf Kcvcl-.loke, B. C.  Found  A wMcli on Wednesday last on Third Street.  Owner mnv have  same  upon   culling at the  Hkkald oflice, proving pioperty and puyingM  cent!) for thUiiotlcc. . It  Lost  On Wednesday, n gold spade pin with nuegct  attached, between Molsons Hank and station.  Kinder will  receive reward by returning to  thia office. o lt  For Sale at a Bargain  A atccl French range, 5IcClary's Kootenay.  Ko.8, with rcservoirj  splendid baker.    j\lso  cooking utensils and appliances.    One exten-  slon table.   Applv nt the Herald ollice.  To Rent  New Furnished Rooms, in Central Location.  Enquire Editor Hekald. if  HAVE RECEIVF-D SEVEI'.AL  CAUI.OADS.OF  Staple Groceries,  , Flour and Feed, -  jVutl are in~a position  to quote  .     PRICES   that are  hound to sell.  Full Lines of Haniv/are  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors 1   Miners!  Application for Transfer.  Take notice that the undersigned, SO elays  after date. Intend to apply to the Stipendiary  Magistrate for the Revelstoko rldinie of West  Rootcnny. for a transfer of the hotel license for  the sale of liquor by retail, now held by Jobn  II. Skogstrom to the names of XX'. J. White and  J. A. Emerson.  WHITE _c E51KP.S0N.  Dated nt Albert Cnnvon this 2nd day of Sept.  1808. ~cpl7 lm  Come unci soo "what we've got in'your  line. Wc mako a specialty of this trade,  nn.l can lit. you out eiuickly nnd nt right  price*-.  SXfA gouts for   Giant "Powder  V.'o'Iinve ator.r mng-i-iinos nt Rovolstoke and  Thomson's Landing, a,complete stock of explosives, dps nut! fuse, for sale at v.iiolc?ale  and retail.  THE GIANT POWDER CO.,  Victoria,  B. C.  _  C. B. Hume & Co.,  Sole  Agents',   P.evelsto'tc  Station, and Trout  I.ako Cily, li. C.  G.-B. Ha me  Kouse Furnisiimgs  Just received direct from Scotland.  If yen w 111 come and look at our   IHlUS. J...-   TAPESTIIY     j   <lVr-ptC   wool    -_.alJJtlo  Notice  Notice Ib herebv given that I have applied to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for n special lircir-e to cut  and carry away limber from the following described lands, situate In the district of West  Kootenav: On the cast side of Upper Arrcm-  I.akc at Galena Rnv, about seven miles southeast of Arrowhead, commencing nt n post at  the northwest corner, about five chains southeast of the mouth of Deep Creek nnd marked  "C. 11. Jl. N.W. Post," tlience; running soulli  12.1 chains, thence cast 80 chains, thence north  12- chains, lliencu west SO chains to point of  commencement.  C. II. Macintosh.  Rossland, B. C, August Zlrd, 1808.  Liquor License  Take notice, thnt I, the undersigned, inlcnel  to apply .10 tlnys after date to the stipendiary  Sfnglstrnteof the Itevelstoke! Wiling of West  Kootenny for a license lo sell liquor by retail  at my hotel, situate! on the Waverley waggon  roael, ten miles north of jMbcrt Canvou,  HOHEItT PAT'TKIISOjN.  Rcvclstoko, August 1st, IMS.   MAOKf  JAPANESE nur-S A Nil SQUARES -  .   WOOL WAKES  FLOOIt Itt'CiS  COUOANUT MAT?  Vou will be pleased.   And don't forget tliat ive  hnve a  Ful) Range of Linoleums  Also Lj\.CE CURTAINS,-".'. RT MUSLIN"5.  TOWELS and TO WELLING, JII.E.ICHED  ttlld I~N1"LE.VCHED TABLE LINEN,  Ktc., Ktc.  Dry Goods  A fine assortment.  B60tsand Shoes  BOURNS  BROS.  Making Things Hum i  - No lack- of interest here, no  lack of business. Shoppers are  telling each olher all over town  about, the business -we're doing,  aud the..more you count the  pennies the more you'll be satisfied to spend moiiey here.  These - items are for next  week.    Every price is a-spar.iai:  Men's -  Furnishings. ,  Gome with the crowd and  take advantage of prices like  these:  Five hundred Wash -Tics, all  this season's goods. " l_egul.r  prices, 12A;o. and 15c; 4'for.25c.  -. Fifty;. Monls-.-.-.-goodi'-^sLro-ig  Working, Shirts, ��������� with - coiiais  attach-d. $1 25 ;  to'clear,-Tne.   ..  Fancy Vests, Outing Shirls,  Caps, elc. These goods must bo  sold regardless of actual value.  No room to demonstrate prices,  bat come and see for yourself.  ���������The Great    '  Demand  for the Beady-Made Clothing we  liiggcstnnd best assortment i" the town  And remember to ask to see our lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  We will sell ���������_ rock bottom prices, nr.d will  cry to please you.  Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.C.  C. B. Hume & Co.  keep7-for Children'sJ'Boys'^ahd"  Youths' 'Wear enables us to always keep our stock thoroughly  up to date with the most durable and stylish Cloihmg. We  offer a cordial welcome to inspect our stock and compare  quality and prices with any ftvsl  grade clothing in the cily. Wc  are leaders in Boys' Clothing for  supeiior , goods, at the lowest  margin of profit.  . Children's and B^ys' Two-  Piece Suits, All-Wool Tweed, in  biown, light and dark greys,  aud fancy mixtures, beautifully  lined and nicely finished. Prices  from ������1.75 up.  . Children's, Boys' and Youths'  All-Wool Three-Piece Suits in  Halifax checks and beautiful  tweed effects^ Sizes from 26 up;  prices, S-l to 87.50.  Men's Suits, all sizes, ia all-  wool tweed and navy blue.  Eegular piices, ?7.50 and S8.50;  special price for next week, $5.  Twenty-five pairs Women's  Scrap Slippers, sizes from 2 to Gi.  Regular puce, $2.50; for ������1.50.  Hundreds of ether bafg-ains  offered throughout the store  next week.  PARTY LIKE POLITICS  The    Local   Legislature  to  be   Divided  Hereafter by Dominion Parties  The Liberal-Conservative convention  at Vancouver wns brnuglil to ii, successful issue Friday hy the organ iza-  tion of a strong jmil thoroughly representative union for British Columbia  with officers directly representing  each electorate in the province. There;  wiis ii thorough agreement amongst  (lie delegates. Uie discussion upon  each of the many subject... covered Iiy  t.he [resolutions adopted being continued until, by lhc interchange ' of  views, ;i peiTecf.ly iiiiiiniiuotis conclusion was iU'rivod at, in every ease.  There was not a discordant note, and  ,i consensus of opinion that, thus  uniled, the Ijilioi'iil-Consui'vativcs can  redeem this province nt. the first  opportunity presented, find mako it.  unco more solid in the support of the  political party to the . tatusiiianship of  whose leaders is due th'e very existence of many of lho most flourishing  communities oE British Columbia of  today.  Tho discussion of the resolutions  brought out the debating talent of the  clrleg-iles, who. inciilcnlHily in their  addresses in explanation and support  of the resolutions presented nu unanswerable indictment of tho Liinrier-  T.-u.e .administration. The Liberal  leaders, it Wits shown, had nothing  lint honeyed.words for British Columbia when soliciting power,' but .since  (.heir accession I o officii, have treated  l.his province with the most" studied  neglect.  ' Turning from Dominion to Provincial affair. ,'the convention adopted n  line of action'which., will at the next  general elections for the legislature,  whenever lit'lei, divide the parties on  Dominion political issues, anel in tliis  council-lion it was left lo the executive  of lho union to draft a platform  especially applicable' to provincial  affairs', which will be duty presented  'to tho public lie-fore _iie'.~uiiioh', asl n  body,'asks to have entrusted to the  party which il represents the control  of provincial .-.Tail's.      - -   ���������-   .  Several important resolutions were  adopted hearing on Dominion affairs,  and then the i.eleg-ili's turned Iheir  attention-Ill provincial mailers with  lhe result that the following resolution was put and unanimously carried:  " Moved by Charles Nelson, Q C.  seconded by. lion. 13. Dewdney, Hint  in the opinion of the convention il is  desirable that the Liberiil-Conserrii-  tivo parly should, as a party, dike  part, in the provincial elections fur the  purpose of ensuring the government  and-legislation of this.province.on  Liberal-Conservative principle';. ;'iid  in order to carry this into effect iit the  next general election for the province  thill such candidates be invited lo  stand for such consl-iluencies iis are  likely to return Libi'ml-Conservative  members pleefgeil primarily to support a Liberal-CoiiKCrviilivc government a.s distinguished from a government comprised of Libi'Mils, or- partly  of r_ib_r..!-Ciiii.servatives and partly of  Jjihui-.-ilii,"1 and that" a platform or  . t.-tpmcnt'iif principles applicable to  local politics iie drawn up."  The convention lhen proceeded with  the choice of the elective ollicers ol'the  union as follows: Honorary President, Sir Charles Tupper, Bail.;  President, Dr. I). II. Wilson, Vancouver; Viri-1'rcsideiils (ono from  each Dominion electoral district).  Nanaiiiio. A. McCregor; Victoria. D.  it. Iver; Vancouver, C. Wilson, Q.C.;  Y7ul_-C.irihcui and Koolenny, Jt. F.  (rreen. JI.P.l.; New Wcstiniutter. It.  McBride, M.P.P.; Secretary, G. If.  Cowan, Vancouver; Treasurer, Hon.  E. Dewilney, Victoria. This concluded lhe business of the convention  which adjourned at 0.30 p.m. ((  In the evening a public meeting was  held in tho -Inrket Hall, when rousing  addresses were delivered by Sir Chns.  Hibbert Tapper, Hon, Ii. Dewdney,  Hon. li. Of. Prior, iind Senatoi- Macdonald of Victoria; C. CliiV.ol' Sandon:  It. jMe-Bricle. M.P.P.. New Westminster; D. B. Bogle. Rossland; W. A.  '.tacdeiniild, Ncls-on: XX'. J. Bowser, U.  II. Cdw.ui and It. 11. Kllis, Vancouver.  Bourne Bros.  The Big Bend  Mr: XV. White. Q.C, relumed from  the Big Bend on Thursday afternoon  ifler a nine clays trip, during which be  visited the Ophir placer claim em  McCulloch creek, which Mr. 0. 15.  Wood. oi'B.inwoll, Somerset, England,  md himself have purchased and intend working in the near future. Mr.  While also visited Giound Hog Basin,  where considerable assessmenl. work is  being done on the rich gold propositions lliere. He also visited French  crut k nnd was amazed at tho rapid  progress being made by the French  Creek lMiiiir.g'Co. in developing their  rich bench claims, Gold Hill iind  otheis on that creek by .hydraulic  power. During Mr. While's visit  lliere the company lmd .i"sl installed  i innmnicith hydraulic! derrick which  is capable of removing boulders weighing five tons, iind which muter the  able superinlenilance oT Mr. Skenf,  the company's hydraulic engineer,  is working liko clockwork. Mr. Keti-  uon. one of the directors of the company, (to whom Mr. While is much  indebted for thes many courtesies and  openhnneled hospitality extended to  him - during his visit) shewed him  over the~*excplle:il plant installed,  including two and a half miles of flume,  tind pipe line, two giants capable of  throwing an S-inch stream over 000  feet and a sawmill run by w-iterpower  with cutting capacity of "18,000 feet  per diem, which is the most complete  of its kind in the province. The company are now erecting large and commodious buildings for storerooms and  houses for the workmen unci stalf  which'will bn completed" this r������H.  What strikes or.o as most'surprising  in inspecting this plant, is that ir, hns  all been done since tho 1st of August  of litst year. ft is confidently expected that the season's wash up will  be the. surprise of the year in British  Columbia nnel will create such a  booth in placer mining in the Bipr  Bend as lias never been seen in ,the  province .during ils palmiest fhrys. .  A survey "party is -at ��������� work on the  Ophir, preparatory lo installing a  hycliiiulie plant next, spring, ami levels  and elevations are being taken of this  and the Last Chance and Gertie  placer claims adjoining..' It is Mr.  While's intention !o build a dam and  put in nbout 200 feet of bedrock flume  almost immediately before lhe snowfalls so as to be ready to alt.-ich a pipe  line lf>00 feet in, lensth in the early  spring .ind thus be able to start washing by May.  Mr. While also visited the. Conseila-  linn. where Mr. Sweeney reports the  work progressing most satisfactorily.  Many black and silver tip bear  were  ieim on'tlitri7'ijraiiil~"ciu_l.o5_arc sniel  to be plentiful.  Gus. Hed-strom shot a fine silver tip  anil Dan Mcintosh an excellent specimen of cariboo, both of which'helped  to vary the pork and beans bill of f.ire  .ind were most toothsome.  0. O. Craves, of Vancouver, accompanied Mr. "White on his trip.  Revelstoke Company B. C. Rifles.  The regular drills of the llevelstoke  Company B. C. Itilles will be suspended from date, until such lime as the  matter of seeming a drill hall is  set Lied, at which time the uniforms  ami accoutrements will have anived.  Member* of the rifle company can  have their measurements for uiiitoriiis  tsiken .during the next two weeks at  Messrs. Jaincs Gill & Co.'s store, Tay-  I lor block.  Still Another Happy Wedding  Uobert Murray Home, of C.B. Hume  to Co.,of this city, was married Moiul.iy  evening to Miss Annie. D. Hopgooel, at  llie residttucc of the popular 0. P.  lt. Coniliictor'Hnpgood, on Mackcii/ii'  Avenue, in tlii-j city. The ceremony was performed by Hev. S. .1.  Thompson in llie presence of the immediate relatives of thu contracting  parties. Mr. C. II. Hume; supported  his brother through the onlenl, ami  Miss .Helen 1'iiiin acted ns bridesmaid. The bride was" beautifully  attired in fawn trimmed wUh moire  silk with pearl passenieniiiric, and  curried a beautiful houi-iicl of flowers.  The bridesmaid was dressed in a gown  of mauve cashmere. After the ceremony of marriage was duly solemnized another interesting ceremony  look place, being the baptism of the  infant daughter, Maud Ts-ibcl, of Mr.  and Mrs. .T. Hopgoo.l. After these  ceicmonies were, ovor tlie party sat  cloivn to a sumptuous repast. The  briilescake stood in the place of honor,  beautiful and stately in its white sugar  trimming. After full justice had been  clonelo the supper, the congratulations of the frieiiclc present were  voiced in a happy speech by Tie v. S. .J.  Thompson, which was replied to by  Mr. Hume in a brief speech. The  party then adjourned to (he beautifully ftirnisheil home of the newly  ninnied couple, where shortly- after  there was given lliein a send oil in the  shape of a-western chivirari. The  Hkkald has an idea that this kind of  public entertainment should be succeeded by something more in accord  wilh polite society.  LABOR DAY BUT NO PARAD  Trout Lake and Ferguson vs. Rcvelstokp.  Results in Even Honors.  Labor day in Revelstoke passed oil"  comparatively well after all. considering the fact thai (he committee ap  pointed some lime ago had no!, even  prepared a programme. The Trout  Lake aiul Ferguson people brought a  baseball unci football team filong wilh  t.'iein. arriving on Sunday evening.  This started our Hevelstokc sport  artists on the move, and by mid-day  Mi". Atkins had prepared and printed  a hiu-iied and general prou'ramme of  what might be expected to take place.  The Cun Club .shoot, whicli took place  in the forenoon, resulted as follows:  I'OdSIHI.E   l_titn__���������15.  Jas. Ed wards 10  A.   Mcltne  0  Guy Barber  0  Perry Leake, SI. 1_  7  II. A. Brown   7  .1. LiingstnfT'c. Trout Lake City   (i  Sandv McDonald *.   3  W.M. Lawrence  1  Afler lunch a large crowd assembled  nt the athletic grounds, where pick-up  nines captained by .Limes ?>icL'~;in and  James Edwards 'lined up, {anil afler  two innings apiece tihalt wns ahruptly  eleclnr.d and the game its r.e-.r ::s the  __~.HAr._! man^couli- learn, stood five,  to four in. McLean's favor.  "' Then "came the event, of the day. the  football match. It was a hard -gaine  in every sense of the word. After 'an  hour's lively playing no goals were  scored. Another fifteen minutes was  added, [which was fast, furious and  dusty, but still "no laurels were won.  There was no combination playing  clone on either side. The following  composed the learns :  Trout Lake City and Ferguson :���������  Goal, Ed. Bell ; full back. F. Holten  and J. Laiigsliii-O ; half back. J. Jowett, XV. Tfiillnwny, O. B. Batho : .forwards. Alex. Cummins. Neil Began,  Geo.-Hamb'.y, Jack Smith and F. Fallis.  .X Itevelstoke :���������,Gonl.' Atkins; .-full  back, Johnson, .Skene; half buck,  Upper. Lewis, Thorno ; forwards, Birney, Smythe, Lauder, Mcllmoyl and  Smythe.  In the evening a matched 100 yai-ds  foot race between Robt. Mcllmoyl  and A. Ii. Jackson took place, on Front  Street, resulting in a victory for the  former by about three yards.  Eddy Edwards, as usual,' corralled  everything in the bike race, Frank  Brown, a promising youngrider. making a good second. The distance was  by far too long on such' a rough and  -randy road.  The "' Pinto" cayuse was the hero  -iiiitheexciting-ho_.-s_!_race,^_-L."irk___.U_.-.  ing barred.    "  The .visitors returned home this  morning well satisfied with the. entertainment given them.  The Ri'velstoke brass band discoursed sweet music nt intervals  thrcuighiiut the day.  The L?.rd_au District  J. II. Love, of Nelson, returnee! home  on Tuesday from a visit to tho Lar-  eionu counlry, ni'eeinipniiieci by C. It.  Tyron, a prominent banker anil grain  dealer from Manitoba, who i._ I.irgoly  inlerested in the President group on  Howser lake. They inspected the  properly and report good showings on  the different claims constituting the  group.  The Gold Hill company are working  a numbur of men building trails ar.d  opening up claims. A party "f surveyors nre at work on Howser lake  locating the twelve miles of raiiway  I'rom Argenta to I low-er. tiie charter  for which is held by the K. L. 15. Co..  and whiou is expected to be completed  this fall to give an outlet for the ores  of the district.  A SERIGUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT  Fourteen Killed and  Twenty Wounded  ���������Other Telegraph News  Cornwall, Out., Sept. 7.���������Fourteen  men were killed yesterday and twenty  injured by the fall of two spans of a  bridge on New York and Ottawa Ry.  The accident centred around the pier  near the .south or United States shoie.  Nobody knov.s how the accident; occurred. The workmen suddenly felt  the bridge give away and weie instantly thrown into the water and  caught       in        the       wreck and  crushed. Thepiersanil masonry work  here were built by Scgsmilh of New  Voik and were practically completed.  Some blame the accident on the company, but another theory is that the  water uneleimineel the pier. The  men killed were hoir'.bly crushed anel  mutilated. Ail Lhe rescued ware  bioiigbtto the llotel Dieu here.  Several of the men mit_,iug of I hose  counted dead, and uo doubt lhe bodies  are at the bottom of the river.   "  London, Sept. 7.���������The Lord Mayor"  in Hie name of the citizens of London;  co.'igratul.ited Sir Herbert Kitchener  upon his great victory over the Dervishes and informed him that the free-"  doin of the city awaits, him upon'his"  return here.  C.".Nij;A.-"'Is!ancl of Crete, Sept. 7.���������  Ciinclia is in a stale of'aiiarchy. ' The'  British in installing Christian officials;  were attacked and the_ British fleet,  then bombarded the city, part of.  which is in flumes.  Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 7���������The C.-J  W. A. races here  were postponed on'  accomil of ruin.  A   MAN'S   BODY  DISCOVERED-  About    Ten   Miles .Down   the   River���������'-.  Believed to be  That   of  Spragge���������A- "  Shocking  Sight  c  Three   Indians   from   Burton   City  -.vho were travelling."up.-the-river in"  "canoes, .arrived    in . town   yesterday"  about noon with word  that they had   ������������������  found lhe body of a man  lying.on ai  log on the beach about ten miles down'  the river.    Immediately on  tho infor-'  ination being laid before hitn,  Const.  McRae prepared  to go down* to   in-~  vestigate, and notifietl  Coroner Jeffs,-  who, with Consts. Shaw,and  Bullock",  aud a Hkrald representative,  accom-".  pnnietl by one of thu Indians,  started^  on  a   handcar,   while   Const.  McRae ���������-  with the other two Indians set out in"  a   canoe   for   the   scene,   which   was  reuched about 4:30 o'clock.     The body'."'  was found by the party without much'  ditlicully ..and   presented .a^ycry  re-'  pulsive sight.   The water and weather  had clone their woik and the body was.  badly,decomposed.   The flesh  was al_y  torn from both anus,   while  the  only  clothing that remained were an under-* ���������  -shirt, a pair of pant*, and a pair of new"  shoes.   The only articles on  the  body*  in good order were the shoes,  which"  were evidently a new  pair.     Judging"  from _he remnants of clothing on  the  hotly it was evident ly tliat of a well  dressed man, which gave rise to  the"  remark tlMt it might possibly be  lhat  of A. G. M. Spragge who ili-appoaicel  from low n about tho beginning of last  .June, and who has not been  heard  of  since   that   time.    Coroner   .Jell?-"   de~-  i.-iiled after viewing lhe body  to let it  remain until a box could  be' pioctiri'd"  from   town   in   -which   to   plaev jhe  remains, ami accordingly the  iiutlicri-  lic-s left this morning fiif the scene on  the south bound tr.iin for the  pcc'io'i'*  of bringing in   the  boilv.   when   it  is*  expected the identity  of the  reui.iins  mav be ili'tennii.i-c).  , Demand for Surrender by 'Phone  The ab.solute, real, unqualified hero  of tbe Spanish-American war is not  Acliriir.il Dewey sinking a portion of  Spanish fleet at Manila; nor llei.b.-on,  sinking -i portion of the American  lleet nt Santiago; nor Shafter. driving  out the lleet of Cervera and captming  an army double that of his own: nnr  Sampson aiiel his subordin _te. .'fueling  Cervera to destruction; nor twenty  others we can name, says the Army  anel Navy, but it is Ensign Curtin.  landing at tho Port of Ponce, and  with inimitable click sendiuc his  ultimaluii) to. the cominuniler of the  Spanish forces to Ponce by telephone!  Of all the astonishing incidents of the-  wnr nothing for miveity approaches  this, and Mr. Curtin should godnwn in  history as theoriginatornf the "Hello"  method of reaching militarv results.  The illimitable gall of this youth  deserves to be immortalized in history?  ''   l he Very Cream of Kindness  ���������  Among   those   wishing to  make' a  a success  of  the  illuminated  fete  tomorrow    uizht     i.s   the   St.    Charles'  Condensing Co.. ot Illinois,  manufac-'  tiircrr.f the   celubiviti.il   and   reliable^  St. .  Charles    C':e:im.       Tliey     have'  in^liucteel Mors.  A.  Mac-iliiiiiilcl  Co.  to give tn the I.-ulies' cotnmilLc-e three*  of  their  handsome   e-ow   clocks  with  compliments of the  St.   Charles  Condensing Ce). to lit- won as prized in anyway the  commiltee  think  be.-st.   The'  clocks, like the cieaiii, are all right. "  Dry Goods Opening.  The  dry poods  opening of Messrs."  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To Correspondents: Wo im correspondence on any subject of Interest to tho general  public, and desiro a reliable regular correspondent (n every locoli' surrounding  Revelstoke. In all eases the bona lido name  of tho writer must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke. e3. C.  The Conservative Party  ���������'���������Nothing' is to be gained," says the  Winnipeg echo o������ the Globe, "by ig-  iioring tne recuperative power of a  great party." Whicli is one o������ the  lew grams of wisdom the Free Press  iias let T~~.ll ro a hungry public siuce  the new editor took the head of the  table. The Conservative party fell  deep into the soup two years ago,  through the neglect and corruption of  incompetent leaders, but It will not  remain so for ever. Liberal-Con-  Bervatlve principles are as Bound as  they ever were, aud Liberal-Conservatives are as numerous anil as  staunch as ln the palmiest clays of the  party. But an army Is helpless without trusted leaders and the Conservative party will have to remain In a  semi-dormant condition until lt tluels  leaders who can be depended upon to  lead it to honorable victory. Until  that day comes we prefer to sec Conservatives fulfilling the useful and  healthy occupation df watch dogs or.  the opposition benches. Under the  present conditions ot parties they can  do as much, and probably more.  Good for the country on Mr. Speaker's  left than they could on his right.  WEDDING GARMENTS.  A PANEL AFT_R TURNEH.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. AU corresjiondence must 1)0 Icgibl;  ������-rittou on ono sido of the paper only.  8. Correspondence coutainiiiK personal  matter must bo signed with n.s pr por name,  of the writer. ,  3. Correspondence with reference to anj  thing that has appeared in another pajioi  must first be offerod for publication 10 thai  paper before It can appear in The Hekald.  WEDNESDAY,  SEPT. 7, lSOtJ.  The Berlin papers advise Spain to  take the loss of her colonies philosophically, and to turn her attention  to internal improvements. This is  sensible advice and if followed will  prove to Spain's advantage.  The  Prohibition  Football  Calgary' Herald.  A correspondent in yesterday's issue  found fault with The Herald for introducing party prejudices into the  plebiscite campaign. As a matter of  fact The Herald did nothing of the  kind. Party politics have nothing to  do with the matter. What The Herald  said and what, it still believes, is that  no matter what majority is rolled up  for prohibition���������and we believe there  will be a fairly large majority���������Sir  Wilfrid Laurier's government will, not  Introduce a prohibition bill. We do  not make this statement to prejudice  the Laurier government, because we  say with equal - confidence that there  wcrald be no better prospects for the  passing of a prohibitory measure if  the Consarvatives were in office. When  confronted with a popular majority  for prohibition Sir Wilfrid will simply  shelve the question in the most suave  and convenient way, and his easiest  plan will probably be that of appealing to the Imperial government to  amend the British North America  Act by empowering the provinces to  deal with prohibition as they each see  nt.  Prohibition has for years been a  football which has been kicked by the  provincial governments to the federal  authorities and back again. That  Kuod Christian statesman Sir Oliver  Mowat some years ago, after repeated  stand-offs, took a popular vote on prohibition ln Ontario, and the temper-,  ance people peeled off their coats in  jjood faith anel rolled up 192..97 votes  for prohibition, against their oppon-'  ents' 110,757. thus asking Sir Oliver  by a clear majority of SI,7.0 votes to  prohibit the making, selling, and  drinking of Intoxicating liquor in  Ontario. Did Sir Oliver prohibit?  No: he was as canny as Sir Wilfrid,  end he told the prohibitionists they  must go  to  Ottawa.  Six years ago the province of Manitoba indulged In a prohibition plebiscite and the result was better than  a two to one majority for the teetotalers, the poll standing 18,038 for  ~Drofflb"Itl6n-~and~'7.115"a"gain"st~ But-  Premier Greenway kicked the ball on  to Ottawa and the liquor traffic in  Manitoba was not molested, though  more than, two thirds of the people  had voted for its total annihilation.  A year later little Prince- Edward  Island took a plebiscite and the result  as far as voting could go, was even  more decisive man in Manitoba. Six-  thousand one hundred and eighteen  electors expressed their partiality for  . .old water, while 1.923 taiel whiskey  was good enough for them.  In 1S91 the year of Sir Oliver's  plebiscite Nova Scotia asked for prohibition by the enormous majority of  31,101 in a total vote of 3C.111. The  prohibitionists polled 43,706 votes anel  the  liquor  party  12,355.  These facts are sufficient to prove  that a considerable majority in favor  of urohibltion may be expected on the  29th throughout the whole Dominion.  tboiiKh it Ik claimed by many that  Quebec and British Columbia will  give majorities against. If they do,  Sir Wilfrid will find a ready excuse���������  for not imposing prohibition on these  two provinces against their will, anel  he will be supported by a very considerable majority not only of his own  political supporters in <>,hc house, but.  by antl-probibitionists on the opposite  side, for it Is a curious feature of  human nature that thousands of men  will vote against whiskey itself who  will not vote against a parliamentary  candidate who is well known to be ;i  believer in whiskey, anel the result is  that the strength of the prohibition  element in parliament is not. at all  proDortlonate to that in the country  at  large.  While the question of the efficacy  of prohibtion as a remedy for the evils  of drinking possibly does not come  within the scope of this article, and  while we fully appreciate the risk  we run of brincintr down upon The.-  Herald an avalanche of prohibition  literature, we have no hesitation in  expressing the conviction, formed anel  strengthened by some little quiet observation in this anel other parts of  the world, thnt the legal prohibition  of lleiuor is by no means a cure-all  for Intemperance.  Tn a futur" article we may give our  reasons for this belief, and also point  out. hmr in our humble opinion the  nnnueptloned evils of drinking to excess may be mitigated and cventually  wiped out by other means than  coercion.  In describing a recent funeral an  exchange remarks that the deceased  "lay quietly in his casket." AVe are  glad to hear it. Nothing interferes  more with the solemnity of a funeral  than for the corpse to get up and circulate around among the mourners^  lt is, to say the least, nol good form.  Faa-lona of _iite.T_.it nn tlio Month of  llritles A pi.roROI.O-.  Mnrriiige is always a good oxeuso far  leaving olT mourning nttiro. Mnrrlngos do  not usually take placo in a bereaved family until somo time iifter tlio loss of tho  relntlvo. While tho brlilo will iinturnlly  continuo in black up to tlio dny of the  weililing, she is ipi'ito jtistlilocl in providing colorud gowns for hor trousseau. If  she eioog not wish to mnko too abrupt n  ohange, she may nbnndon mourning mn-  torials, but still keep to subiliiod tints,  such as gray, innuvo, violot and Combinations of blnok mid whito. Weddings of  this sort aro usually very quiet, no public  Should the Queen say: "Rise Sir  William Mulock." it is to be hoped  that tho Postmaster General will respond as slowly as the hired man irets  up when al 4 a.m. ho hears the  voice of his esteemed employer calling  ' Rise Bill Smith." up the back stairway of the North York homestead.���������  Toronto Telegram.  It is estimated that durng his pontificate Leo XI11 has amassed $20,000.-  000. Including presents of precious  stones, gold and silver to the value  if J10.000.000. President Kruger, of  the Transvaal republic, is said to have  nresonted the pope with the largest  diamond in tlie worlel, valued at  $4,000,000.  In .view of the coming plebiscite the  following account of an interview  with the most popular dean in. the  English church may be of interest.  "I believe thai tolal abstinence is a  line thing for the d runic ard. but 1  ���������lon't believe ln it for anybody else.  I hold with temperance, which means  self control. Tee-totallsm Is a new  tangled doctrine. Every creature ot  God Is good for use; I can't help il if  people abuse some of them." "Don't  con know that people ought to abstain  for the sake of example?" "1 have  never seen anyone converted by example. I have often challenged teetotalers to produce Mr. Brown con-  .vortod by tho example of Mr. .Tones,  but I am still waiting for him. I don't  see why I should make a fool of myself because others do.'' Then you  ire not in favor of Sunday closing  ���������uie! of condemning the people to  irink flat beer?" "No: I should hav  the nublic houses open for cerlair  hours."  DEATH  OF  AN   OTTAWA   Nt!N  WEDDISO GOWN.  colobrntion being mndo. Only Intimate  friends of tho family nntl relatives nre Invited, nml Umro is no reooprion.  Brides do not mako presents, boing  rnthor in n position to accept them. Nevertheless ifc is oustoniiiry for a young girl  who is n prospective brido to presont some  of her simple articles of jewelry or hrlo-a-  brnc to her most intimate girl friends as  souvenirs. Nothing new is bought for  this purpose, tho vniuo of tlio gift lying ln  tlio filer, tliat it is a personal belonging of  tho brido.  Tho costuino In which a bride makes  her lirsr calls after her ni.-irriuge. is always  a 6iil_i'.i:tof considerable interest to herself  nnd othors. It may-bo of black or colored  silk. . Black is rnlliei' serious, but mny bo  lightened by i*rivoleiii������ncss of cue nml by  colored accessories. It is fashionable this  your, even for veiling peoplo. A pretty  broclio silk or tatTetn of n becoming tint  nnd daintily trimmed in tlio most suitable,  generally speaking, and all the accessories  should iiu vory neat, anil dainty. Circnter  elaboration is perini.-slblo than is customary feu- young, uninnrried women in good  society.  Thu picture hliows a bridal gown of  whito siitln. Tlio skirt, which is entirely  lined with whito tnlleta, is quite plain and  has a long, round train. Thu closo satin  bodice opons over 11 full clieini.-ettti of  cream !iiou=suli!ie ilu suie. framed In e-o-  quilles of point d'nnglotorro. The wrinkled satin sleeves have wrist frills nnd  caps of laco, a largo satin bow being placed  on enuh shoulder. A cluster of orange  blossoms is placed at the left shoulder, another at the left, side of the waisc, nntl llie  long veil of Illusion is fastened to lho iienii  by a liny spray of orange: blossoms.  .Iriin: C'iiom.kt.  MATERIALS AND TRIMMINGS.  Pretty anel _Fa .hlonablc Fabric* For Bum-  111.-r Wc.-...  Changeable talTetn. although it has seen  much service, is still worn and will continue in favor all summer, both for gowns  nnel separate bodices. Tt is also used fur  tho Unify little enp:-.-", veiled In inou-seliiio  do soie and Ince, which accompany llR-t"  summer gowns.  Foulard is newer, nnd tho favorite stylo  at present is that, in which a plain ground,  Contributed.  Reverend Sister Mary Calvary, ot  _.h_c_tea.c.hing_.sta_f__G_i_e_i_^Nun_s___0_~.t.awa, j  Breathed her last at the mother house.  'Vater Street Convent, a few weeks  ago. Her death' had been expected  for somo timo yet the reality of that  event to each member of her family  was very sudden. Sister Mary Calvary was Miss Mary Agnes O'Doherty,  daughter of John O'Doherty, of Gloucester, Ontario, who at one time contested Russell county, anil who gave as  a free gift several acres of valuable.  land upon which he was instrumental  in having erected a large stone church  oarish priests residence and cemetery.  The deceased nun was a sister of C  J. O'Doherty, ban-later; Rev. Sister  Annie O'Doherty, a teacher of the  Grey Nuns order; John Arthur  O'Doherty, Charter Oak. Ohio: Miss  O'Doherty, Gloucester. Out.; Mrs. Mn-  Gilllvary. Ottawa: Mrs. Felix A. Mc-  Ilugh anel Miss Lottie A. O'Doherty.  Calgary. Sister Mary Calvary was  niece to the late Mrs. Sparrow, Ottawa; Rcveremd Sister M. Evangelist,  am! Reverend Sister M. Benedict, of  St. Joseph's teaching community, New  York; and cousin to Reverend Sister  Mary Josephine Sparrow and Revor-  e-ne| Slstc-r Lena .Monaghan of the  above mentioned orders. The deceased was one of the most, reaped eel and  beloved members of the Orey Ntms,  a zealous teacher and by her rare edification of piety attracted many to  follow her in a religious ' lifo. His  Grace, Archbishop Duhamel. assisted  hy Reverend Fathers Pnlier and  Plantin. O. M. I., conducted the funeral  b-i-vlce, and the remains of that much  lamented religious- who lived and died  in tho odor of sanctity wro confined  to-their last resting place: in Noire  Dame- cemetery.  Itoqiiioscal. in pace.  (he peacock on tho balustrade  Of yellowed marble -loo]m nway,  Hit liitlcsa train's boge-iiimed arraj  Sweeping the glories ill cascade.  The ancient Triton fliinjn about  His silver in th������ tawny sun,  Where shines the lithe chameleon,  Like tinsel, basking noontide out.  And wearied of the Aline.- air  The butterfly���������whito Plorrot���������  Droops o'er the jasmine, puling sloj  Twain petals pearled wltli powder rare.  They dream, afar in luinbliiiB high  .  The storm's gny cliaos!   Its tlecracs  The empurpled pltiinniKi of tlio tre'i-u  Proclaims, 'Tnint rcc, tlif rain is nigh. ���������  ���������Thomas W-I.-.I1 in Donaho������'s.  CIRCULATING  MUSIC.  BALD MOUNTAIN  A  CALGARY  GOLD   MINE  CRIBED  DES-  [t Prove* * Popular Department of tht  Brooklyn Library.  Tho Brooklyn librnry established Us da  partment of music in tlio niituiiiii of 1883.  The idea of circulating music in the sam������  manner as books wun suggested by one oi-  the directors of the library, who supple  nientetl his suggestion in a most practical  manner by supplying funds for the purchase of 400 volumes. TJio soleution of  this music wns mado by a coiupotent man  at that time connected with a largo niusio  Importing houso in Now York nnd indeed in the sevoral additions subsequently  made the aolection hns been nnido by men  of musical education and possessing 1  wide acquaintance with the works of ths  most noted composers and thoroforo better  fltted for the requirements af'the case  than n librarian nniro closely acquainted  with books than with music. Tho collection is largoly for singlo piano (two hands)  this boing most in request, but there ll  much that is arranged uiiiier either headings, such as "Piano Duets" (four hands),  "Two Pianos" (eight hands), "Violin nnd  Piano," "Vocal .Music," "Songs," "Oratorios," "Oporas" nnd the like.  Tho rules for oirculiition aro tho same  as with books. ReftTlers who apply llrst  for n work thnt is in demand got what'  they require without delay; others necessarily wait until Inter, us is usual in a circulating library. Thocolloction new numbers 2,000 volumes, c .elusive of works on  tho theory niiel prnctico of music nnri ������iiu-  eiciil biographies. Tlio annual cireu-.latlon  from this class Is about 0,000 volumes.  Two or three special bulletins have beon  issuod devoted to music alone. Tbe mora  recent ndditions nro given under a sopn-'  rato heading in tho bonk bulletins occasion-  i_ly'published. But for uso at the library  -tho collection is Riven in 0110 complete list  Under the usual headings in a Iliidolpb  '.iitlc-cr book", instead of with the boo*  o'ldiiions in tho card cntaloguo.  va tho whole, tho musical department  has been very much appreciated and hns  proved n satisfactory investment. Its uso  shows thnt thero nro among tho membors  ninny Who study music iind who recognize tho advantugo ot a largo collection  from which to iniiko solections for home  practice.���������Brooklyn Kagle.  _I. lie- Sta.-il. Hie Tliis.si.'in j\ml>.-������s,-';el..r  to Gr^iit liritiiin, are-online; to :> _-'p"<_i:il  elc*.patch rrr.ru St. I'olfirHbnric. will soon  retire frr.ni l.oii.ln!) nntl lie .-Jiicc''C'lf'il by  Count Cii-sini. KusMaii am  th������ Tnltcel   States.  _-���������:!lulling pre..vpufie.i!' wlio v.-'.'ii! in the  trail vln Ashcroft ."inij Hii-l.tOn rejpurt  Inauuier.ihlr- dUTIciiltlus. anil H.-iy the  n.i.l. Is prae'iirall:.- impass.'il.le;. The  ���������.-neb for Sir Arthur Cnrtl-. wbe, wis  I..M nn He- trail lias been rili.-iiuleiii'jil.  The men say ne, trace of gold in pavinc;  eiii.<nlItl>-K wni found, ullliough all th'-  country w.is fairly "wroll covered. Ine:e_..-  snnt rains re_nd*reil llio Journey j.osi-  llvcly burrowing.  NEW CAPE.  either bright or dark, is broken br ���������  whito 'design, rather closely set. Dut-olied  figures, with tho exception of dots, are no?  greatly favored. Foulard Inivlng a pntsern  the .s.'iini! color as the ground, but a shude  darker, is nlso seen anel Is more of n novelty than that in which the pattern It  white.  Blank mousseline do solo is still muoh  employed as a trimming for silk costume*  anel capes. It Is finely plaited and mod  very full or is mndij into tiny ruoh_.es or  puffings which nre arranged to four various designs upon lho surface of tho gooda.  Black ohantllly, long noglected by fashion, is ngain coming to tho front ns trimming and is seen In tho form of ruffles on  many summer pr_.vns ci. light mnterl-ls.  Applications of la'-c or guipnro nro nlm in  high favor as a trimming for thin silk*  nnd voiles.  Today's   Illustration   ?hnw������  n pleasing  bassa.lor   toT littlo finpo of bliifk net.  The not Is plaited  und  arrangocl  ovor  a   lining of  emerald  green  silk, tho  edge beilng finished   by n  thick   blank   rucho of  inoussi.-llnn do  Kit*  bordorodwith satin.   Reivers of black seiliu  covered with   jeweled   embroidery  In   ', 'f  and  onuir.iIeli   form a   point nt   thn back  ond cross In front, fastening at tlm walit  andor n how nnd   continuing In two Ion::  ends which fall upon thn skirt.   A Hour,'-  of chnntilly coinos from beneath Mm r.i-.vi  and fnllt over tho not.    The collir Is co���������  posed of ruches of tullo, nnd tho itjiik'  OfohnnUlly. Jl~i_c c.;u<jjj;;;  A Littlo Ter-j Far.  "Thero is such a thing ns overdoing  youi' part," declared ix man of tho law who  now has tho knowledge! gained by muoh  experience.  "Shortly after I began prnctico in the  west, 1 was called-upon to defend a. mnn  who hnd drawn a revolver on another and  threatened to kill him. Tho accuse! did  not hnvo n character "ubovo reproach, but  the prosecuting' witness was nlso shady in  reputn!Ion, nud 1 mndo the most of this  fact. I pictured him as a desperado of the"  most dangerous type, ������ mini that was e  constant menace to tho community and  on. who would recognize 110 other law  than that of force. Such men ns ho, I Insisted, made noeessiiry tho organization at  vigilances committees and injured tho fair  11:11110 of tho west among tho older communities of tho country. ���������>  "Tho jury returned a verdict of guilty  and my man was sentenced to n year's imprisonment. As soon ns court ndjournod  the foreman of tlie jury como to mo and  said: 'Young feller, you spread it on too  thick. Afler that thero rip snortin speech  of yourn wo couldn't do noihin ,olso 'an  what we done.'  " -I don't understand you, sir.' .  " 'You   don't?    Why, -wo   found   the  rlnm-.l    wrli-ne.    guilty . Vn lisei     ho   el id 11't  shoot.' "���������Detroit l-'rco Press.  GomerKnl a- 7~apolcon.  In the letc thirticn and early forties a  favorite Fpect.ic'.il.ir play at Astley's in  London was '"The Hnttloof Waterloo," in  which an actor named Gomersal gained  renown as Napoleon Bonaparte. His imitation of che emperor wns so lifelike that  the great Dnko of Wellington invited him  to Ajisley House, anil tho interview nf-  fordsnn amii-ing illustration of theactor'."  .lose eonsclciill'.'U.-ness in attention to tho  most, mlnuto detail. After complimenting  his guest the duke remarked:  , "I ob/_rv.j, Mr. ij.unor8._l, lhat you do  ���������ot use n snuffbox In thn part, but mnkc  the emporor tako ills snuff loose from his  n-ulsfe-nt p.irike.t. Permit ino t<) enable  you to supply tho ominslon." And his  grnco prvscntoel the actor with a vory  t.nndsoino nllver "tabntiere."  Oonifr_.nl pocketed the casket and stom-  aohcel the nritl'-!>in In sllenci, but when  be reached home ha wroto to tho conqueror  of Waterloo nnel respectfully pointed oul  that the omi������"ion was of ee-t ptirposo nnd  absolutely true fi Mitory, "Bonoy" being  ln the l;.ib:t o! il^ni-ming with a snuffbox  ami taking tho powder loo-e: from hl>  waistcoat pocket, -.vl.Ich'licliail made lined  with chnin'ji. Icnthur for that purpose.���������  New York Tiiiihs.  .St������.-ii. ISolleri. Kented.  Thero is (.circiy anything from dtonm  yachts to shotguns tint con bo rented���������for  e.iimplc). (.team boiler*. These) i.ro likely  to !���������>! reri-.d for rome temporary purpose,  us wns elone*, f.'.r li,-t:.nco, in the caso of an  ustablinhmynt putting in a new boiler and  in Jieeel ni n c. .mimioii! mipply of steam  _...'im.1ih'.- In tnU Instance a largo secondhand boiler wit" rented of a elcnler In boll-  eirs nnd machinery and set up in tha  treet nnel the si.pply of /-team kept unbroken "until tlii nr.w boiler wns ready for  use.���������New York .Sun.  flirt Liini r.'tt-m.  Martha���������.Helen and Ifiirry not a* though  they woro heartily sick of ono another,  ���������nd thoy haven't be-on mairlod moro thon  a yonr.  Borthr.���������Well, I don't wonder. Not, long  ngo they took lo reading tlio leivo Ipttttr*  thoy wtulo whnn thoy v,-nro courting. Of  courso after that. ir. was impossiblo for  either to lu.vo much renpect for tho oth.r  ������������������Boston Transcript.  The largest- Mower in tlio -.oriel growB  In h'mnnlni. It Is called the Itiiflloslei ar-  noldi, ,'in.l Miiuu of llio specimen, nre 1)9  inches in elliiineter. Tho central oup will  hold six quart* of water.  Three   Miles  of   Ledge ��������� The Tunnel  Passes Through Thirty Feet of Gold  Quartz���������A Great Property.  -"rom the Calgary IIerald.  The  appended  account  of- a    visit  paid by the editor of the Golden Bra  to the property of the Bald Mountain  Company  will  be interesting  reading  to  Calgarians,    many  of  whom    are  large share holders:  This mining location has hitherto  beeu regarded in the public miud as a  tort of uncertain project. Why we  don't know. Probably the absurd  capitalization _of the company with its  $2,500,000 for 10 prospect claims, has  given it such tt wild cat air that the  public havo regarded the company's  property as little short of anything  else, and the affair has done the district and the company an ' immense  amount of harm. Having heard all  these stories and the prevalent opinion  concerning the property, we visited it  with some misgivings as to its value,  and were agreeably surprised at what  we saw. The trail from the C. P. R.  line to the mine is the best In the district. It was laid out by T. Mercier,  and it is a credit to him, as a horse  can travel any part of it with a load,  and free from any difficulty whatever,  owing to the uniformity of the grade,  and the excellent manner in which  the trail has been opened oilt. The  only difficulty wc found with it is that  at the Donald end it has been badly  blocked with fallen timber and the  government do not seem to have  taken steps to clear il for sonic time.  We reached the company's cabin  about midnight, and early next morning proceeded, In company with Mr.  McAlister, of Calgary, to look over  the ground. The Bald Mountain Company's properly consists of 10 claims,  located along the length of the lead.  The property thus embraces something like  THREE MILES OF LEDGE  At tho western enel of the property  this ledge shows In the' face of a bluff  at an altitude of 6,950 feet above sea  level. The strike of the ledge is north  east by south west, and it has a dip of  55 degrees to tlie north? The ledge  has thus been described as a blanket  vein, but as it assumes a more vertical  position as it travels cast our opinion  is that it is a fissure vein tilted up at  the Bald Mountain end, which would  improve its position as a mineral prospect. The lead is about eight feet  thick where it shows in the bluff. Two  tunnels have been driven on the lead,  one at each end of the property. . Tlie  tunnel at the west end Is ln 225 feet,  cutting right through ��������� the lead, and  there are also lateral drifts, one on  each side, and each 20 feet in length,  The direction of the tunnel is 50 east  of south, so that it cuts.the lead.at  right angles. Tho tunnel cuts through  several quartz stringers in its course,  all well ��������� defined ' with clean talcosc  gouge. These stringers run from two  inches to two feet and a half in thickness, and appear to be all more or less  mineralized. An assay on one of these  stringers. 14 inches in thickness and  .0 feet in from the mouth of the tunnel, gave an assay of ?14 in gold.  This tunnel runs through  THIRTY FEET OF QUARTZ  from the time it cuts the lead on the  foot wall till  it reaches the hanging  wall.  Tliero are two classes of quartz in  the tunnel, ono a rusty white which  Is certainly tho best gold bearing rock  while the other is a blueish grey  quartz carrying about six dwt of  gold. The rusty white quartz is very  similar to tho quartz of the Burns  Basin, and appears to carry about tho  same amount of gold, namely $15 to  .$16. per, .ton.. .We saw .visible, gold, in  several samples that we selected for  examination. The lead rises,between  talc, schist and slate, and has a clip of  30 to the east, the lead thus cutting  the formation In dip, but conforming  to it In strike. Numerous assays havo  boon obtained on the Bald Mountain  ores and appear to have given general  satisfaction to the directors. Wc have  not had access to these assays, but  probably the host test of which wc  are aware was that of a ton of oro  which was despatched to flic coast  last year for n mill test, Tho sample  assayed $30, but the mill test only  gave a return ot hair that amount.  The owners of the mill appear���������to have  veen at a loss to account for the difference In the results. We noted,  however, lhat the  GOLD WAS VERY FINE  much of it being in the iron pyritics,  with which the lead abounds in  places. In tbat case il would be impossible to save the gold with an ordinary mill and a small cyanide plant  would be required in conjunction with  a mill In working this properly before  f-.utlHfaclory results could be obtained  in the saving of gold. Wc cannot  speak In too high terms of the way  In which development work has been  done) on the Bald Mountain property.  It Is well done iu .every way, and is  effective iu showing up the mine. The  tunnel Is six feet, by four feet anel is  therefore available as a working tunnel for the operation of the mine. The  main ledge can be seen outcropping  over the) whole length of the com  pany's property and was lapped this  KCiasem at the extreme eastern enel by  a tunnel which was driven SC feet,  and cut Into the main lead a distance  of four feet. Thei time at our disposal  did nol. permit of our visiting the eastern end of the property, but we are  Informed that the; property looks oven  hotter there than at the western end.  This season's development work was  done under charge of J. Noble.  There are  FIVE MINKRAI-. LEDGES  traversing the property and their outcrops can be traced at numerous  points along Its length. Wc have no  hesitation in expressing the opinion  that the Bald Mountain Company's  property Is one of the most promising in East Kootenay today, and that  whether operated by the company or  by purchasing syndicates lt will prove  under efficient management what we  claim for lt.  T.HE JWLNLNG EXCHJ-J-GE  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 All Trains.  SUS LU.ND Proprietor  F. JWeCJ-RTY  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   ?K\JAE BEEF, PORK.  JV\13TT0J_ JIiND S.AUSJ1GE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   I-.evei stoke,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  flerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.     Gootl necoiuinodiition.  "Wines, Liquors and Ci gars at the Bar.  liest  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in. town.        Centrally     located.  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Kates    ������1      per     day  Brown & Poo), Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  ORIENTAL HOT  Large light bed rooms. ���������   Kates j  Tablo ��������� furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines  Liquors     nnd       uigard  $1.00 a day.     Monthly  race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle    anil ���������' Pack    Horses  always for hire.  Freighting  -specially.  and   Teaming   a  Dailv Stage leaves Thomson's  Landing every morning nt 7  o'clock  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write  ������������������-" CltAIG to IIILLJIAN, Thomson's Landing.'  A  GOOD  To secure one- of those desirable lots  CHEAP ou tho C. ete K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont    wait     till    tlm    boom  our way, but BUY NOVV.  comes  CHANCE  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  We Have a Good Supply of  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR S POT CASH  Call and see us. We can lix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoko Station, B.C.  eloign  E. Wood  Jlrefeiteet  and, Builder  Eitlmnt-8, plans anil spcciflcntlons furairtlieil  on application. Shop anel rotmir work  promptly attended to.. Wood carvi r a  specialty.      Work    I: hop   on   Front Street.  Tfee Revelstoke  Pfooto Company  Revelstoke, B. C  STUDIO: DOUGLAS STREET-  J. R. Hull  & Company  Butcheis    nnd    Wholesale    anil  Retail Dealers in Beef. Fork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders in  Ollod   oar lino prompt!)-  WhatD-aYaii  Want in Shoes ���������  9  If yon wei t.nRi'ol Miner.,' Shoo como  tl. .I.nklns.  1'ynii wunt a K03.I  tu D Jor.kina.  I'i'OapuolnrV Shoo como  If yon want a llne.ir strong Cork Saleil Shoo  como to L' Junkiii-  If 5 nu  Ji)r,kti.H.  want a Long Leg [loot como to ->.  Shoes and Harness ropilrcil on tho nhortent  noticoo All lines of work kopt .in Block  ut, Iiriccsto suit all.  D. JENKINS  First Street, odo block from   the  ImjioH-1  Bunk ot Canada, llevelstoke Station, li. O.  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersianeil hns a large supply  nf Hemlock, Spruce, Fir and Pine  Wooel for sale. Any pi'ivon-requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. W. M. Lawrence. Hcqclstoke  Station, or with H. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Kevelstoke. '  17ntf  FRANK JULIAN.  Sam Needham  Olothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prlcos.  Douglas Street ��������� Rrvklstokb  REVELSTOKE  IPiOE! WORKS..  . Bl_-cksmitliiiiprt Jobbiner  Pltimbine:.   Pip������ Fitting  Tinsmithing"  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty ____________  ROBT. GORDON  Rovelstoko Stn.  . __  .;'*<   -V.  ODH ������_;?������,.  y  /-^  n IN If EC1III IHE IIS  ANOTHER   DISCOVERY   OF THE  YELLOW METAL  A Big Stampede--Major Walsh on the  Yukon Prospects���������B. C. Scaling���������  Halifax Fortifications-Hot in Toronto  Ottawa,   September  1.���������A  new  fort  is to be built at Halifax.  IMPORTANT  CHANGES  The advisory board has made some  Important  changes  ln   their  regulations.  BY-ELECTION  Tho by-election for ' the House of  Commons held in Queens, Prince Eel-  ward Island, was held yesterday,  but the returns are not yet In.  DEATH RATE  Toronto, September 1.���������The returns  of number of deaths ln Toronto for  the month of August Is 254.  KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHTAS  The supreme officers of the Knights  ot  Pythias   are   exonerated   from   all  charges   of  wrong   doing.  CONSTABLES'  VOTES  The  constables   vote   case   will   be  argued ln tne Court of Appeals at the  sitting on September 7th.  METHODIST  CONFERENCE  The' general conference of tho Methodist church opened at Toronto this  niorning.  RATHER HOT  It was OC iu the shade at Toronto  yesterelay.  MAJOR  WAT.SI-l  ".Viiinipeg,      September     I.���������Major  , Walsh has arrived at Winnipeg    and  speaks enthusiastically of the Yukon  gold fields.  NEW  WHEAT  Stonewall. Man., September 1.���������The  first of the new wheat was sold on the  market here yesterday for 511 cents.    ���������  YUKON   OFFICIALS  Winnipeg.      September      1.���������Major  Walsh,  who   reached   here  yesterday,  denies  the alienations    of corruption  made against tho Yukon officials.  B. C. SEALERS  ���������    Vancouver.      September      1.���������The  lirilish  Columbia    sealers    will  urge  their claim of Indemnity Tor the abolished pelagic sealing.  NEW GOLD STRIKE  Victoria. September 1.���������News has  just been received from, Wrangel by  the steamer Horsa of a rich strike of  gold on Histalinqua. D. D. _L.a~.vney  has dscovered gold paying from ?25  to ?40 a day per man. A big stampede has commenced.  EXCHANGE   THE    PHILIPPINES  FOR BRITISH WEST INDIES  The Welsh Coil Strike���������1 lis Dreyfus  Scandal Cleared Up���������Twohey's  Murderer   Captured���������Other     News  lxmdou, September 1.���������The strike of  the Welsh coal miners has been  brought to a satisfactory conclusion.  THE   SOUDAN  Khallp has laid torpedoes in the  bed of the river Nile iu the neighborhood of Omdurman.  A battle is thought to be progresses between the Anglo-Egyptian army  aud the Dervishes.  EXCHANGE TIIE PHILIPPINES  Tho Times publishes a letter from  Andrew Carnegie, who advocates the  exchange of the Pihlippiiic:; for the  British West Indies, England and the  United States to retain coaling stations in each and the open door should  bo preserved to both by treaty. The  jiiojcct would naturally depend upon  ' tho assent of both populations, but this  assent is probable.  CHAMBERLAIN SAILED  Tbe    Hon.     Joseph     Chamberlain  sailed   from  diglaucl   for   New   York  today.  .TWOHEY'S MURDERER  Wilmincton, Del., September 1.���������  t The police here have arrested a one  logged Negro whom they have reason  to suppose iis the murderer of Const.  Twohey in London. Ontario, some  weeks since.  SAIL IN NOVEMBER  London. August 31.���������Earl Minto and  Countess Minto and ther staff sail on  Iho Scotsman from Liverpool for tlie  Dominion of Canada on November 3.-  The chief part of the establishment  will cross by the Allan line Lauren-  tlan on October 27. Appointments to  the staff of the governor are not 'yet  complete.  COAL MINERS STRIKE  New York. September 1.���������A critical  state of affairs is reported at Pana.  111., which  is the scene of the    coal  miners' strike.  DREYFUS SCANDAL  Paris. September 1.���������Colonel Henry  | lias heen arrested in connection with  the famous Drevfus scandal,  and  ho  I lias  confessed   lo  having   forged   the  documents lately read in the French  chamber and whicli were accepted as  j proof of Dreyfus' guilt.  CUT HIS THROAT  A later telegram from Paris says  Unit late last iiIkIU Colonel Hcnry  coiiinilttcel suicide by cutting his  throat with a razor, which ho had con-  cenlcd  in   his  valise.  QUEEN OF HOLLAND  Oii.cn   Willielmlna    attained     her  majority yesterday.  A Grand Conservative Victory  at Queens,  THE DOMINION MILLERS MEET  Fire In  Toronto���������Customs   Returns for  August���������Joseph   Chamberlain in  Canada���������Libel Suits  Winnipeg, September 2.���������Tho Labrador fisheries are a failure.  BISLEY TEAM  Private    Fleming  of    Brandon    is  chosen on the Bisley team.  BICYCLE  MEET  Several fast bicycle riders have arrived in Winnipeg to take part in the  races there on Labor Day.  NEW ABATTOIR  The Winnipeg new abattoir was formally  opened  yesterday.  METHODIST  CONFERENCE  Toronto, September 2.���������The Methodist general conference Is iu session  here.  DISQUALIFIED  Alderman    Gowanlock    of Toronto  has been unseated Ior lack of qualification.  GREAT   FIRE"1  Bertram's  ship building    planl    in  Toronto  has  been  destroyed   by  Are.  The loss is upwards of J250.000.  DOMINION   MILLERS  At the ��������� c-Tinunl' meeting of the Dominion Millers Association at Toronto  the decision was against reciprocity in  ilour with the United States.  A SIGN OF THE TIMES  Ottawa. September 2.���������Wm. Camp-  hell, a Conservative was elected yes ���������  tei-ciay for Queens, Prince Edward Island, by a majority of 75 over Dr.  Robertson, Liberal.  CUSTOMS RECEIPTS ~  The   customs   receipts  for    August  rliow an increase of S372.S29 over the  mouth of August 1S97.  INDEMNITY   DEMANDED  The  Dominion  overnment  will  de--  manel indemnity for the Meagher outrage at Port Lambton.  NEWSPxVPER REVIVED  Montreal, September 2.���������La Minerva  the   Montreal    French    Conservative  newspaper   has   been   revived     under  strong  management.  CANADIAN CANALS  The United States lake skippers are  agitating for the free use of tlie Canadian canals.  jLORD  ABERDEEN  Quebec, September 2.-Lord and Lady  Aberdeen will give a series of entertainments in Quebec.  JOSEPH   CHAMBERLAIN  The Hon.. Joseph Chamberlain will  confer with the Canadian cabinet ministers on international questions.  BURGLARY '  Regina,   September    2.���������James  A.  Williamson  and  Goo.  Dowling    were  committed for trial yeslerday charged  with burglariously entering the store  of XV. Rodgers.  LIBEL  SUIT  Victoria,   B.������ C,   September  2.���������Attorney General Eberts, of British Columbia s suing the Victoria Times for  libel. ;  LUCKY LOCALS  Amongst the luckiest passengers on  board the steamer Tees from the  Yukon today aro Wm. Thorbtirnc, of  Edmonton, who brings ?G50,000, and  John Allen, of Calgary, with ?25,00a  in gold.  COWARDLY   ASSAULT  Conductor Ke.T.p Brutally-  Haudled  By  a Gang of Circus  Men,  ���������  Caninore, August 31.���������Conductor  Geo. Kemp, of Field, was set upon hy  lhe saw. of ruffians travelling with  Lemon Brothers' circus at Golden this  morning. A defective car had broken  down unci this was made an excuse  for tho cowardly attack. He was  brought to Banff hospital in a delirious condition.  Tile _llc'lne> ll.-it ninl Wolseley iiro npply-  lni? for Inei'ipnintlon ns towns.  Tlie> Corbclt--lcOe>)- lljthl hns been peiil-  jione'il until it elato not later than Oetolier  1st, at BulTalu.  Mi iiltcnipt tu set lire lo the C. ]������. It.  Kdoils shc'clrf at Toronto on Monday In.sL  h.ipplly fiilloil, but In the excitement ot  telephoning for the lire ui-gutlc the In���������  cniiillnry escaped.  The Caiiiielltin -Icilicul :i-Suciiition ill  sos. ion In Quebec, has olcctod D. Linil-  sn.v. of Calgary, vice-president for the  North West Territories, and Dr. Low,  ot Regina,  provincial secretary.  Dr. Horlon of ICiikIhml states that  many Anglican clergymen have been re-  crdnined 'sub-rosn by Catholic bishops.  "This." says the Register, "is an astonishing statement, which will require the  best of evidence .to make lt credible."  The Manchester (lCng.1 Courier says  thai the loi-.-lieutenancy of Ireland Is  likely, next year, to bo made a non-  liolltlcnl and permanent office will bo  probably bo occupied by a member of  the royal family, possibly tho Duke of  LY nniiuglit.  A recent calculation which has been  made by George Johnson, the government statistician, ns to the amount ot  Canada's drink bill, based on the consumption ot lS'll. places the drink  bill fortbiit year at $3j,:io:i,Ui)l, or Sii.DCi per  bead for every mnn, woman iind chilel  In  Canada.  The French artist journalist who has  undertaken to walk-to Klondike on a  wager Is on lib. way and has reached  'I'. nun to. Ills inline i.s <_"li;iilo- H. '1'.  llriiii.iiil .-ind the w.igcr is fur _--,l)_. fr.  ll is part ol" tliu wager tll.it he earns Ills-  .,\vn way which he will do bi* lecturing,  e'tc. .iiii.l that be reach Dawson Cily  within   Is  months.  From   New   York  comes   the   news  that Thomas A. Mclntyre, who is only  u young man, but who can command  ������150,000,000 is setting himself to plan  a  Hour    trust,    on  such  extensive  a  j scale that It Is to affect the price of  bread  not only in  the Unit'ed States  ' bul   in other countries.    None of the  i bread   winners  of  this  or any  other  country wish him success.  A SINKING ISLAND.  Communications      with     the  Soudan Again  Open.  A    GREAT   FIRE    AT   BRISTOL  Russia  and   Britain ��������� Express   Train  Wrecked by Tramps���������Smallpox  Near Detroit  New York, September 2.���������Six United  States engineers have been drowned  at Tybee Island.  TRAMPS WRECK AN EXPRESS  Chicago, September 2?���������The Chicago  limited express train was wrecked yes--  terciay by tramps near Fulton, N.- Y.,  and  throe people killed.  ALARMING SICKNESS  -Washington, Sepember 1.���������The war  department s using every effort to  hasten the wthclrawal of troops from  Porto Rlco on account ot the alarming sickness among the military forces  A garrison only large enough to maintain order will be stationed there.  SMALL POX OUTBREAK  Detroit, September 2.���������The Detroit  officials have been notified of the existence of small pox at Put ln Bay,  sunnner resort 50 miles down the river  Six negroes on the Calawaba river  are clown with the disease. Hotel  Victoria has been quarantined with 25  residents.  DREYFUS DEAD  Paris, September 2.���������Nothing new is  reported   in  the  Dreyfus  caso  except  there is a rumor that he is dead.  RUSSIA AND BRITAIN  London, September 2.���������Russia has  intimated that she will respect the  British spheres of Influence in China.  GREAT FIRE AT BRISTOL  ��������� An alarming conflagration has destroyed over X 150,000 worth of property in the city of Bristol.  ANXIETY ABOUT SOUDAN  Great Britain was beginning to bo  greatly alarmed lest the fate of Peck  Pasha, hael befallen the Anglo-Egyptian army near Khartoum, but a despatch was received by the war office  at 11 last night from Cairo, explaining  the sudden nterruption of communications from the Soudan and shortly  afterwards the Associated Press wired  the following: "Thore have been  glimpses of the enemy several times  during the last few days,'and the first  skirmish took place today, when the  cavalry advance guard located a large  body of Dervishes at tlieir supposed  outpost near Kerreri, which Is about  eight miles north of Ouderman. These  Dervishes were soon driven back with  serious loss. Tho British army is  moving slowly forward."  N". F. Davin's remark that Laurier  hadn't enough of the devil in lilm lo  make a good premier wasn't intended for  a compliment, but some people might be  foolish enough to take it for ��������� one.���������  Qu'Appelle Progress. '   ���������  Jem Mace, the old time pugilistic uluim?  l)ion,���������hus been seriously ill for tho last  lwo months and Charley Mitchell arid  Hick ISurgo propose) getting up a beiieiit  for his relief, the event to take place in  London.  The National Review referring to the  recall of Ambassador Hay, says it considers Colonel Hay to be the best ambassador accredited to England in recent  y.'.-irs. The Review suggests Senator  -Wolcott ,-is Colonel Hay's successor.  Now is tlio time for tho enterprising  merchant to launch Into fall advertising. A welcome increase In business Is  assured for tho next few months and tho  man who brings his wares before the  public In attractive stylo and in the best  circulating medium is_ the man who is  'llKelv-l5"Hr_-V���������the-trade?  The British cruiser Cleopatra, belonging to tlio training squadron, arrived at  Copenhagen with the crew of the Norwegian schooner Livellg, which she reports having sunk in a. 'collision' near  Haven Island. The Cleopatra put IS bluejackets on" board the schooner, in an  elfort to save that vessel; but she foundered so suddenly that six of the blue-  jr.ckets  were  drowned.  Mystery still surronuds the disappearance of Mr. I'linilirun. formerly niiiini-  ���������cr of tho Winnipeg branch of the Bantjue  d'Hochclnga. Ill- ells appearance Is ns  complete as If the earth has swallowed  him, and all the efforts to trace his  ������hereabouts have been unavailing^ The  police authorities in the eastern"citles  have hail the matter In hand ever since  the llrst roporis ot" his disappearance  bin have been unable to unravel the  mystery.  It I.s contended by some In Manitoba  ll'iit the province Is not as liable to  frost ns was formerly the case.. Tliey  maintain tlmt the fact of the increased  area brought under cultivation .gradually iift'octs the climate, and has of late  years materially, prevented -summer  frost. The soil In its n.-tur.il state is  much more liable to frosf than in its  cultiviiteel state. It is also contended  that maniiretl hind is not only ten days  earlier in the ripening of crops, but also  less liable   to frost.  Lord Jllnto married 13 years ago, Mary,  the tlaughter of general the honorable  Charles Gray���������a lady very charming to  look upon and a mo^i charming hostess.  Canada Is a land where skating is  brought to perfection. It will commend  itself to the loyal Inhabitants of the Dominion that none of Canada's fair daughters will be able lo excel Lady Minto.  She has shown her prowess In ice carnivals at Prince's, Niagara, and Iirighton,  her waltzing being well nigh perfect.���������  Modem  Society.  An exchange remarks that Ihcic are  s-'iven classes of people who arc a detriment to a e'oniuiut>. Flrtt, IhobC whu  go out of town to do their trading. Second  lho*-"e wh.t oppose improvement. Third,  those- who prefer, a quiet lown to one-  of pu������--Ii and business. Fourth, those  ! who think they can do businc-ss slyly and  ulliioiil advertising. Fifth, thc-e who  d.-riil.. public spirited men. Sixth, thoso  who ...ppif-e any public .'ntcrprise that  decs not appear to benefit them. Seventh,  these who s-ei.-k to injure the credit ot  any individual.  A Mysterious Body of -..mil Whicli Sinks  Below Witter in Winter.  It will soon ho timo again for tho reappearance of tho State of Michigan's  mysterious island. During the winter ic  lies at tho bottom of Lako Orion. When  liummor arrives it rises to the surface,  becomes a resort for picnic parlies, fishermen or whoover chooses to visit it.  There aro stumps of treci upon it. and  vegetation nourishes. Thu soil is no different from that along the borders of tho  lako. It is a full aero in area, nnd tho  topography shows tho surfaco to bo of a  rolling nature.  Dr. If: C. Leonard of Dctroir, whoso  stiinmor homo is on the  hnrclci-   of Lake  ___<���������___*<  ^srrJ7i-'^rI-.T---^-"-t���������-'^Jr' ���������" ":"3.'a*>5  i3Ks5=a~K*w"^-���������__������-  ~~-r txTvsif  --itP-'S-VM "v =0* ~_. iST������ ."H-SSrsV-V'-iV  TnE DISAPPEARING   JSI.ASD.  Orion, has studied this islnnil problem  and believes ho has found n probable  solution. This is the result ot his obser-  vaions:  "In the centre of the island," ho says,  "a half dozen or moro" large stumps aro  growing, a clump of three being in tho  centra of the mass. 1 think theso stumps  nro in a great measure responsible for the  phenomena attending its - nnunl sinking  and rising. Thut is, I am of tho opinion  that a collection of theso originally formed thu nucleus for the growth of this  atrauge freak among the inlands of out  fresh wuter lakes.  "The llora of tho hike is something  marvellous in its richness and variety.  Theso stumps havo drifted out to the centre of this portion of the lako, and taken  with thorn some ot tho strands of the  long, snnkeltko plants that grow there to  a length of noarly ten teet,.with the lily,  fronds, mosses and various others ot the  aquatic plants.  "These floating growths have formed  there, with tho earth attached to tlm  stump roots, an island garden all to  themselves. They grow luxuriantly, and  tho underbrush cleared away from the  shores aud other islands thereabouts  gradually drifted into them, and so in-  crca_od the sizo of thu mass; then, as the  wood of tho brush and of tho stump?  decayed, the mass liecamo waterlogged,  anil the wholo gradually sunk beneath  tho surface.  "Bufchow comes it to riso again, as it  does each succeeding year? This is tho  point thnt hns puzzled wiser heads thar.  mine, but I havo n theory for it, which  scorns to answer all the requirements. As  tho flora ripen during tho hot- months of  summer, for tbe island is n thick mass  of vogctntion, tho stems enlarge, - become  buoyant, and, ns tho season advances toward Soptembor, undergo the first stages  of docny; that is, the stoms become fillotl  with tho gases attendant upon fuller ripeness and commencing decay.  "This largo mass of k._ .-enolosing vegetation overcomes tho natural weight of  the mass, tho specific gravity boing only  a littlo hoavier than tho water, anel so  tho wholo mass gradually rises above the  wator's surface; it stays in this condition  above the surfaco till tho hoavy frosts of  the fall occur, whon, tho plants having  been destroyed, and decay measurably  completed, the wholo mass being heavier  than the water again, it gradually sinks  to tho bottom of tho lako, whioh is about  thirty "teet deep at this point, to arise  again the following your, when spring  ;and_summerLhave.brought-thoJake!s.flora.  Into lifo and full vigor once more."  The voner.itod Baron Munchausen is  tho reputed discoverer of tho first floating  islnnil. Tbo storios thnt sailors havo told  of thoso moving oases of verdure in the  ooean havo always boon incredulously  received. But hero quito close to Ufi is  tho fact.    Seeing is bolioving.  THE GYPSY QUEEN.  A stllch In time saves many a blush.  Tho alibi which Ponton's counsel is  trying to prove is nol the alley by  whicli. the robbers approached thu Hank.  Hamilton   Spectator.  The raid upon bicyclists riding without  lighted lamps continues in Winnipeg.  'Two physicians were before tho police  court on Wedncsday.und suffered to tho  extent of .~5 In  fines and costs.  The Crew's -Vest roiid is being rapidly  pushed on. I'ho road is surfaced as far  as liulllic.-td, "which is 7,_. miles west ol'  Macleod, and trains are running to C'riin-  l-reok,   1i>0   miles   I'lirlhei"   wesl.  Information is wanted of tho where-  abous of G. If. Harpur, formerly Indian  ugciu al Saddle Luke, Alburla. Any  e'omimiiilcaUoii made to .Miss Harpur,  U!) Spark street, Ottawa, will be thankfully  received.  It is said that Col. John Hay, United  States ambassador to l.nglnnel, during  the two days following Schley's victory  shook hands with over 1000 people who  came 10 coiigrululuio him 011 his country's   triumph.  David White of Vancouver lias received it letter from Cieor^e Graham, formerly ol" Vancouver, but now of Dawson.  Ho says il" he had 1000 brick tliero ho  eoulel sell them for Jl a piece for building chimneys.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukou and Klondike Gold  Field'-.  To Eastern and European points.  To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  aud Australia.  TOURIST  CARS  Pass l.evelstoke daily to St.  Paul, except Wednesday to  eastern puiuts.  Magnificent sleeping aud dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets issued through and  baggage checked to destination.  Daily" Trains Leave Revelstoke  Eastbound.- 7:10 a.m.  Westbouud 3:20 p.m.  Southbound lor all Kootenay  points 8 a.m.  For    information,   time    carcU,  maps and tickets apply to  % . T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent,- J-evelstolce:  XV.    F.    Anderson,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  .  E.  J. Covlk, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver. "-'  JAS'.   MeMA.H0N  Genet a!  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER:  Wagons, heavy and light, built1 lo ordor 01  repaired    Ilors.ebooing a specialty.  Shop on Doiigbis Strcot, Hust, Kevclbtoke.  S. McMahon, Manager.  Shop on First Street, iuat vest- of Union  Hotel,' Uovelslokc Station. - .lap. McMahon,  Manager. ���������       n_-tt  50   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Molly Friar, :i llriil Kcmi-iiy, Crownnel in  tlio Stiito of _IC;msu-_.  A queen was recently crowned In To- |'  pekn, Kan. She ii a real queon, too, tho  queon of all the gypsies. Her name is  Molly Friar, and, upon the death of her  mother, who had reigned for sixty-two  years, Molly was declared Qucon of tho  Rcini.inlo_ till ovor the world. Ilcripother  had reignod in Austria,   but   the Queen-  MOLLY FniAR, TnE GYPSY QfJEES.  elect has announced her determination to  remain in America, and the gypsy capital will consequently bo transferred to.  the United States. Molly Friar is, a real  Romany. Sho has travelled ln gypsy fash ���������  Ion all ovor the world, and speaks fourteen different languages. When she was n  littlo girl, in romping around tho camp,  she fell into a Iiro, and this has left a  soar on he_ left cheek. She is greatly attached - to her mottled Shetland pony,  "which she ridos gracefully, for she herself  is of small frame, and lithe. The Roman,  ies are tho oldest and the proudest of tho  gypsy tribes. Ovor a thousand yonrs ago  they made thoir first appearance in Europe. For many hundred years Austria  ha9 been their headquarters, but if Queen  (lolly remains in America, (_t_������bodejj)aroa  gfco will, tho Bowaniss'   ca&itpl will  b.  KSre *fec_ _  ' Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone aonelliiK n plielcli nnel description mny  qiilcklv ne-rertiitn our opinion free whether nn  iiivetit'lon ii prohnlily luitpiitahle. C'nmniiinlca.  tloiisnlrlcllyroiitlilciilliil. Mnnilbnoknii I .uonta  Himt free. Ol.lcst in.'cncy for Keciirln.r lmteiiti.  I'niriit.i laken tliioiiuli Mnmi & Co. rcicclvo  ->)>cc!eet notice, without clinrire. in the  Scientific American  A linmlso-ioly Illustrated weekly. I.nraest clr-  -illation of any Hdeiitltlc Journal. Torino, t- a  year: feinr montlis, .1.  Solel byall tiewndPalor������.  M!JNN&Co.361Broad^-New York  liraneli Ollice. li_> 1" St.. Waslilii-te-i, 1). C.  IMPERIAL BANK   OF 0/\HADA  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 J affray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  JElias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohes  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Kdmonton  V-ucouvei  Winnipeg  Revelitoke  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Ingersoll  Agents  ONTA1UO,  Niagara Falls   ISt. Thomas  Port Colborne iToronto  Rat Portage       Welland  .Sault St. Murlei Woodstock  St, Otitharines |  Montreal, Quebec,  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd'e  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  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures - - Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Le.tters 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 of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts In the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  . Manag-or Revelstoke Brar.uh  Be Sure and register at the  BJ1LM0RJIL .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market tiilords.     ltates from $2  to S3 per day.  CUMMINGS-BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  Kaslo & Slocan By  TIME C/\RD  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOIN'O WEST D_  IL_ GOING EAST  8:00am Leave... ,.Kaslo Arrive3:50pm  S:36am ...South Fork... 3:1.1pm  Uam       '    Sproule's    "      2:15 pm  1:51 am " ...Wnitovi_ter... " 2:0Cpm  10.03am ��������� ....Bear Lake ... " 1:18 p m  lOilSain ' ...McGuigan.... " 1.33 p ni  10:38 am " Cody Junction " 1:12 p ni  10:50 a m Arri ve.... Sandon .... Lea ve 1__ p  I CODY LINE  Leave 11:00 a m Sandon Arrive 11:15 a m  Arrive 11:20 a m ���������Cody Leave 11:_5 a m  ROBKRT. IttVI-TG   | GEO.F.COPELAJSD  6. F. and P. A.        I        Hupeilnten ent  Watep  Works . .  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  MaiiUfac-i or of Soda "Water, jlngcr  Ale,- Snruupri'ittHnd all Soft Drinka.  A full smail? ke-pt, In .-tnck at McCarty's Uold Stor.-ig), whero order*  nnnbclcfl. _i_.0-8v.--tf  (5. PETRETTO ���������  T_2G Roman  Shoe JAaker  Dealer  in   Hoots and    Shoes,     "litckcnzio  Avenue, two doom eouth Molson's Bank.  Harness Itepairicg done.  Moderate Prices.   Work guaranteed.  PROMPTLY SECURED]  M'rite for our interest inpr Ijonks " Inventor's _It.lp" ami "How you arc swiiiillcd."  Si-nrt u-^arouglisJcetch or model of your -  invention or Iinin'r>\-Qincaiili ami wc will tell I  you froo out* opinion ns to whether it is i  probably puU'iitable.   We umkea specialty  oC applications   rejected   in  other hands.  High eat references furnished.  MARION & MARION  PATENT SOLICITORS & EXPERTS .  Civil A Mocha-ilcn 1  J'nainccTB, nradtintcs of tlio ^  Polytechnic School of l.iigincer.iiK. ltnchdors In /  Applied   ScIimiccr.    Laval    University,   .Member, )  Patent Law Association, American Waterworks J  Ait-Ociatlon, >"uw lintrlaud  Water Works A~.������oo.  P, (}. ^iitveyors Asmelatioii, Atisoc. Member Can.  Society of t Ml Kiifjtiicrrs.  .< HEV.' YORK LIFE E'LD'C. MONTREAL f AH.  OFFICES:  sr  t ATLANTIC BUILDING., "YASKINCTGN, D.C.  ALBERTA  (698 SASKATCHEWAN  RED DEER VALLEY  AND  TliKlit l_������,Me tho C. aiia E. nruch of tho C.r tt.  .low own for salo at. CUT KATKH for the hea _on of 1603.  TliOTery Garden of llii* ������**st.  Ken-Hor pili-e ILst t* The Sa .IcnU  fhow-in IaiuI A ".lomp-tc-ul Co..  AI������nIcen Cham ber. .Toronto.orG.  W.nrwn-i.Rwt Dger.N.W.T.  ASSINIBOIA  CHOICEST.  CISJ-RS  TOBACCOS  CI SYRETTES -  , SOFT DR.J.K.S  ICE CREM SODJIS  ICE CREJ1.A-  Bieyclca   Itcpaired  and  For Hire.  R. JA.SMTHE  mlG-lf THIRD SntEET CKNTRj..  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Be tail  Druggist Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  -_2-tf  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parlliment, 18SS  Paid up Capital  Rest Fund   -  Head  Offiee-  32,000,000  -    1,500,000  -Montpeal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H."Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  H. Marl-land Molson  F. Wolferstsin Thomas, Gen. Managpi  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals,firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES:  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont,  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, 0_.t  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  TcrontoJunc'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  W oodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, MaD  Vancouver, B, C.  Revelstoke, B. C;  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.   ,  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  j*_orrisburg, Ont,  Norwich, Ont.  Simcoe,  Ontario;       Victoria, B. C.     Quebec.  Itcerelstok Branch:    J. D. Molnon, Manager  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  A,1KTHODIST CHURCH - Revelntokn.  i������J- ProachinK services at 11 a.m. and 7:80  p.m. Clabs meeting ab tbe closo ot the  morning pervice. frnhbatli School and Bibl������  Maun at -2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer mootinr  ei-ery Wtdncsdny evening at 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially invited.   Boats free.  ItEV. S. J. THOMPSON, Pastor.  ("-HURCH OF ENGLAND-St. Peter.  v-' Rereb-toke Hours of B.rvlce: Evening  prayer dsily at 5 o'clock, Fridayb at 7JO.  Sundays aDd Festivals: Holy Communion at,  a.m., morning prayer at II. Sunday School  and Bible Class at 2:30, evening pruytr at 730.  First Sunday in the month Holy Communion  at morning services.  FRA_7K A. FORD, Vicar.   -  PRESBYTERIAN , CHURCH-Reyelstoke.  ���������"��������� Bervico every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. l_ib"e Cliss at 2_M p.m.. to whlch"  bll ore welcome. Prayer meeting at ������ p.m.  ever}- Wednesday.  REV. T. MENZIES, Pastor.  WOMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Revel-  ���������^   stoke.     Mass - first and third Bundara In  month at 10:30 a.m.  , REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION ARMY���������Meetings every night  in their ha'I on Front Btreet  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Regular mpetings aro held in the  Oddfellow." H-l' on the seoond aad  fourth Wi.du_._..l v -t of each nionth  at 7:30 p.m. \ "siting brethren  cord allv invited.  Dr. T. Ipfr., "W.M.;  T J. Grahamo.Rec. Seo.  W.G. Uirney, Fin. Sec.;   K. S. Wilson, Treas.  Court   Mt.   Beg-bie,  I.O.F.. N0.3461..  -reels in the Oddfellows' Hall on the  Snd and 1th Fridays of  each month. Visiting  breihron , invited to  attend.  J. B. Scott, C. R.  J. L. Smith, lt. 8.  Hevelsto^e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept ' on   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs.. Attendants.  Dp. .Malloefe  Physician ood Surgeon, McKentie  Avonue, Rcvclstoko Station, _t- C.  If you want employment, or  looking for a houso to rent when  you reach Vancouver apply to  The  Vancouver Employment  and  House   Renting- Agency  331,    llHsllnRS    Street.    West.  cI.Kepnaghan  o " ������      Carpenter  and Buildep  Office and Workshop:   Opposite'Court  House, Revelstoko.  Plans, specifications and estimates given on  application. The largest stock of doors, sash,  brackets, turnings, mouldings, base casings,  kiln dried Mooring, ceiling, and all inside  finish is now in stock and will be offered at  prices never before <inolcd on this tide of  Vancouver. Any one requiring any of the  above materials will be consulting t_������lr own  interests by getting my prices before ordering  elsewhere. . a_.-tf  If You Want ���������  PURE COWS J-AILK.  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  So to THE EUROPE DJHR.Y  JlltS. F. JULIAN.  L. JT FRETZ  Contpaetop. and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ^Terms Gaab Refresh  and health-giving  everasres  For the Hot   Weather��������� .,,racK_3___  Hires' Root Eeer,  Buffalo Lithia Water,  Hunyadi Juno Mineral Water.  Disinfectants  Chloride of Lime,  Copperas, ��������� ..,���������...  Carbolic Acid.  Canada Drug & Book  Co. Limited.  fliXs. P.. .McDos-Ai.n. Mftimcer.,  I.evelsMkc Station,11. C.  o*  *   THE .COSGROVE-CO:  ~C_3  Plays    to   i   Larjc   and   Appreciative  Audience  ."���������������i...t._!._-_-n'Advice. J' j Ths Theatre Mix-Up  Girls  limy nhv.'i.vs vest nt-.-iircil tlK'.t If:~ j To Uiol'iUtorof tliellKii.M.n:  shy lur-n shows indications cfufi'i'.tioii for i     ,, '.-.-.'  thoni ilu.'..- 'Indications tiro lint alight  c-vi- i     bMl-' ' would   liko  to draw  LOCAL  AHD_GEHERAL   HEWS  -."l~.30._at" tl-.e Vic. foi" a "-anil wich.  - Illuminatedfete���������to-moiTOW evening at St. Peter's church grounds.  ���������Tickets are sellingreadily foiythc  illuminated   fete   to? lit:   hulil  onythc  "'evening of Sept.-Sth.       .??  X    G.B.  Batho,, the enterprising   merchant of Ferguson, paid the 'H BRA 1.1:1 a  friendly visit yesterday, y  ?,," The funeral- of  '��������� Edna.Daiuoii"   of,  Illecillewaet.������������������ took'.place this?morning.  Rev." Messrs.   Booth   and  Thompson  offifiatiiig.  , The ladies of -StJ Peter's   church  nve  preparing a most unique and   original  , pi'of<i-anniie for the illiiininiitcd fete on  Thursday.evening, SeplXSfh.   y  :��������������������������������������������� J.  It.? J.J ohnston,     the   Vancdiivi'i"-  ' oai'SiiiiinJ.passcil throiigh town on No.  X2 on Monday en route, to Hat Portage?  where he will attend tho regatta .next  week; y .    ".r ;���������.?:.'-,..- ?'X;-XyX*"  7 Perry Leak e,.M?E-? and;, a?-parly nf  twel vt_ men -lefUyesterdayioXwork on.  tlie Black?Eagle on;tlii~Xsoufh ?foi"kXof  X the.Tj:irileau,?aboiifc?thvoo?ni!!i?s  fvoin  ?:'Fei"giis6ii.Xy?v?;y'X?Xy?X ???"'���������?;..?.,.X.,.::..?'y?y:  "?XprjT..X_\'??.Teffs?^  Jtiiriie..J?pii ^/Albniliiy^^riioriiifigyii-oiii  Jatt endi ii g the Con sevVii'ti ve cob von tion.  Jhei cl ii if: Van coi i ve v. fo n t h q ?ls t' and^ 2n cl:  Jpf:Septeinliei-.;..?.;X.;??;??:?'??X.:y???'':??,:?X?':?;^y  Now tliat. lhe even i tigs a re hoginn big  -to lengthen, .what;wouUl be. lbe mat ter  ;J\yiththe?Fh;-?Bi"i glides' gettingytheii-  gymnasiiiiiisyinto;.shape?? so fllvii,the  ��������� boys "WUl have Xiv?p-"ofitable? placeylo  X spend*lhe evening.-:X'; 'iff '-.y?,   XX  '-".. yy.y' -.'���������"?"' :'-������������������"���������.-, ,-.;,i;.0 ;'..."." .---?;'-.:;".-.:. .'���������'."���������.:';  ?X.:GiisXT?ii!id":liaScbeeh??o!Tei'ed $50 for  Xoiie s.iiiallXsi!_iple?'pf?:oi'bybe.bi"0!!ghl  J downJfrpnV  Uie [0;;K. iii- tbe? Ground,  '?������������������ Hog Basiiiliist-week.^XI'tVc-r pure gpl".  yis hohlingtlicJiYiUky- white quartz to-;  y gether so richisit.??; -"."?"'??��������� yyy  ??X.The i.iiiro.icls  have  m .do   ..trange-  ^nieiitsXwUh the Spokane-, ii'iiit' fair  lo  bring pies to. the- show, free of'charge.  ?���������. It has. also consented  to  ret urn  tbein  ���������in   the? same  way if? tbey are .special  XXprivate collections pf'oyes.-  ??'?????   y y;  J? Spnkan_. froiii the-HhXtathp loth of  Oetolier will be I lie g-iyesli cityin the  '-��������� 'West. This is I he "time of'the. annual:  ? fi-uic: fair, which is yeai"ly?0doing::so  : iniich foi- British Coluui bia by ad vei--'  X.-tisingits resources iind prodticlstp the  -'"?, world."-" '-XX' ��������� X.yX"??-?.-"'  ? The.'s'taif of the Hkrald acknowledge? with t.hnnksytho '.lyi-eipfcfof a  piece 6f.-������;eil.ling cake from .Mis.'.U.-M.  A buiiipi.-i" hous-:. greeted the (Jus-,  grove company in Tapping's hall nu  .Moiuhiy evening Inst. The company  was alreiidy well known heroninl I heii-  performance fully sustained the excellent, reputation they have attained  wilh ihe pleasure-loving public of  Uevelstokt'. -l.liii'vy Fay, ;is usual,  was tlu! lion of the 'evening.'''This  gentleman possesses an extraordinary  com roi ul his.. facial expression. His  inaki! up was giinil and be held tlie  aiidii'iid! convulsed wilh laughter enrli  lime 'he appealed. John, Harry mul  I.ily Oosgrovi'. themusical special is ts  of tiie company., 'oxcelled lho pei-l'orm-  anci'S tbey g'lvi! last spring. 'Evelyn  .Mai-kii'. the elociiliniiist,. displayed hev  powci'S in lhat line In pei'lVction in the  patlictic Hllle Slni-y '" Ti-oiilile in llie  Ami'iv Cornel"." Ada Cosgrove :i?;ai:i  sang her way into the hearts' of. her  aiidience. Tlie danciag, howevei", was  not, as R|iii'ilerl;is it might lie1:'.?paftii.'i.������-  lai-ly iii lho exhibition of the JUgiilaiiil  flir.g /given, by', the last, mentioned  young lady. Tlie .display? of .stei'oop-  l.iciui a nil ? kinetoscopie .'views was  inlbi'i'stiiig'-f.'particiil.-irly Ihoso ?;con-  ii'ei'li'i.1 with the bileJVvui.'. jA-Lof?'6llii~~-;  the enU'i'l.-iiiiiiient was a.gopd o:ie and  the large audience which attended bad  a ti-f_il;   .'J'"'J.XJ'J?  The.coii.paiiy gave thoir second, .-ind  last.performance on Tuesday evi-'iii:ig  before a good?sized l-.onse. .Thcpi-o-  gi'.-imiiie was changed in abnosbeyi'i-y  p.ii .ieulai", and agaiii the audience, bad  a inost enjoyablO^liino- The? Cosgrove  coiiipany have given- altogi'-tliei". five  en toi't.a i ii men is ���������..', in'. Ii eyelslpke, ?.and  each successive ..appcai'ance ..has .pilly  sei'vedtp increase tlieii- popularity?    ??  X- The "New Fancy. Dry Goods. Store   X  ?   The?   store  ?reeen.i.l\~ y erected ? by.  Messrs.   Clarke? ifcX-Sii. i I bX for.yIW_.lv.  Lawson^? "cipposite ? the? Cowan y-block?  wasi 'Xopened iforybasiiiess? yj^terday--  The intei-ioi' cifXt-heliiiilding is. p?iinted  ptirey-'liitetbi'piigboiit !ipd'sh6ws;?thc.  stoc'l. Xytb Jadvantagoj-tho?vcpti:iici;s.:  show ciises and a!l?thq;.'iUingS;?ari!?of  i.he.;besl.. anil  show?good . taste??aJiIi-s.  Laws6ii?cai"ries a::stock'?of  fancy  tlcy  goc.ds, ''iiii(_l';:/iifil.ii"s'v-������������������'i hisses'^ a tidy chi 1-  ;di"en's J'ni-nishiiigs^'anib:t!ii'?sl,i>i"e?:i������i  intended to -supply all siicbywai'i-s ..as:  ladiesji'ecjnii'e.. y The stock yiuyinost  tastefully ?disl_i"il"Uled.?.? Wivjcatiiiiit:  -niiiii'eriite. llii!   Usousahd 'iindv- .one  thiiigp. c!'.'ii!iiiif'i!t.;!l.a:Vil,Yisi''-fiil.;c."ii;i"iell.  by";.i'i\li;p. .IXawspn?   Silks,   laces, ; iiin-;.  i)^oideries,;,?sta!npc!d?XH!iens,?:X ladies',  misses'? and children's, hose, and niidei"-.  iveaivwobls.f-llamii ,bo:is,;Xii'iitll's, ?eaps  anil hoods,yind ayjiiosl:?=i?f;iii'igbLaiid  useful Xyli'ticles.: which? ally .ladies ya py.  picciale. The silk "work and.paintings;  the  handiwork   of 'Sirs. ������.Lawson  and  liei-     sister. X .Miss     .MtCoiineil.    are  exquisite, and   we eiln  only say that  we believe the, sio_-'i'?-,yiii  fill ?<i   hing  fell want,  andy that jl fxvilp. be?':iiiiu-li_'  approciated . by  lhe?.ladies??(>i  Tluy'el-  stnke. X'Diiciiig thejliiyv^lrs. ?Lawson  and  ?.:M,!ss ??\tc(Jon:i.elI   served  te!i?tf.  ladies .who visited the store yesterday.  duni'.o oil n roully urunt alVuotion.  A shy man is  nover  Insliicoro, ami   ho?  Elniply iniiunt lllrt, licciiiiso lm Is nafiii'iillj"  no full o������ feeling.Ior others that he cannot,'  Indulge linjiiilly In a pastime which 'inny  rusult, in luuoli n'.Uci'y tusoii'.byor.ng lndy."  Girlssoi'.iethiie.s despise llio Bhy man,  'licciiiiso it ocui-.i's to till!!!! Hint lia I.SII ]lh}V,-  loid coward, and woiiion, no matter what  tlieir station in life, their .duration or  thoir depth nf feeling, iiiit'.iil!iinr.:dy nml as  a "su'x. iihlior tlio imin wl.o Is n unxvnril. ���������  This croilltnlilo feollng Is tliu rusult'.ol.  'uini'li iiiijiis:noss..lo tho shy mini. Sliyiicff  Is the oulconio of im ovarivl".elmim; n'luiii  ot or.o's tcvn lufui-iorit-y. Tlio shy.mini,  t.'ioujtb tic is llins r������tirli~."f In ii.'.'innii", t-  ������|wi'.yi~, .wltliont'Cxoeptliiu, bri'.ver than  the ble.-X.cirliis man, who' hvllio irlvlalitlcs  of lifo lu'..'; tilings so iimch lllu o-.yn v.-ay.  Lord Rolii'i'ts, ihu hero of Cniiilnhar, t~  n"shy "man; so wurp.Nelson 'mnl. Welling  ton. 'i'l-.cru have been big men, wearing h'  Vietoi'in i.'i'usH un?tlieir .coats, who when  .introduced, to a littlo plrl'ln n liiillrouiii-  hnvo Ihisliutl scarlet under their thn and  hr.vo shifted from foot to. foot liko overgrown -schoolboys.  "_Vhon.il shy man wins n girl's iilTpotioii,  ho really thinks ho is (ho luck lost; mail on  earth. Of courso ho.ought to think this,,  but some men only say tliey think it. ?  'J-'hCTot'oro, girls, do not lnu^h at the ehy.  -nit'.n, for \vl-.i_ii you -get to know lilm you  may _ ho. sorry you. liiuaheil.���������lMttsliui-{s  Dispnteh.. "' y>X      --      ?? --"������������������ y?  ; Our Itciipoiisiliilitiiis i:iiil Our? I36iur... -  In" their corisuiiiing desire to'find reasons  .for things, the sons aiid dr.ugliters ot men  often go far oflold landXplaeo ?iit Innocent  doors responsibilities_thut proporly holoua  else-.vhei'o..    ?������������������"��������� :X.''���������'"���������'.���������'.'������ ..  "?. Wlintovor. mon and  ivonibr., go  about  .Bookiiig  thoro  is?nothing:for which; they?  Eearch with moro untiring assiduity than  protests fopf.ba'd   tenipei', bad   habits  imd  bad mornla. ?Instoud of coming out frankly, fairly and squarely 'tind acknowledging  that they.ciid all of ;thoso.tliing3 simply bo-  causo their natures prompted them so to  do, thoy claim that thoy really didn't liiciiii  to, but wero: iunueneed";oithor by: Bciuiu-  ��������� body?or  something  entlroly beyond: their  control,Xor else they fall back on that ooh-  Tenieritcseuso, hcrodiliy, aiid;blaino:thoir.  'fathers, griihdfiithors and?a dong lino of  nhepstors g.'!hornlIy,?'.f6r. something .that  thoy nro too'liiiil or'.'too liiilolont tdXcoi'ieofe?  ?If . tliofoiiiidatioiisdr tha iaiuilyXal ttii". ore  ? buildoilon puro .;iind?uudoflled.?truth.,Kiid.  sincbrity, tbc-suiiorstriicturo' must cfyEO?  ccssity'"piii'taka td:r.n extout at'llenst of the  ;Euiiiqyciiar;iiitcrlstics;in';6rdor.to beyatiall  ������ymmetrioal.?/l.'bcsliRhtestdoparturofroni  -itruth should l!e'8eutly_biit'firii!lyrobiiked,  and uH.iii_.i:eii'oOB that teiuVtow.ivil vitiat-  .Ing tho raorni atniosphcro of? tlio dwelling  ahould bo punished?--Now,YorkfLeiigor..:;,  atlen-  iiilders  at  tho  tion to the manner in which  of reserved seats were treated  Cosgrove concert on Monday oyening  last. Many of theni found that the  seats corresponding to the liimiliers  on tlic.ii' tickets had been already  occupied and oonseqiieiilly had to lie  content with what, accommodation  was left,' The management would do  well to look into.this and save future  confusion.  Yours, etc., ;  .������������������������������������������������������ y ���������   -Axxovisii. :.,-  Capt. Thompson E. L, Tnylcr Explains.  To llu.''.Editor of the lliiii.ii.D.'  .���������Sir:    On leading youi" tii-ticle "For  c or  Oniamoiit" in  lasL Saturday's  IJ  issue bfXllie I:I|.;i5Ar,li. 1 feel it-my duty  In explain that our Hide Company has  up to tlali! no autlini'ity .wbat.evei" 'to  drill. I wits advised from headquai-ters  to wait until everything was ready  befoi'e.X-'starling. It is purely^ on:  jicconnt of interest taken in flu: I'oi"-  maticui ofj|oiii-'company that' we bayp  held any dei lis at all. The. uniformis  a new one, and the sain pie sent froin  yiclpi'iato Otta-.vii has I.o be? adppteil  ."iiii.1 ii ilelajr is eaiisecl in this inattei" on  account of tlie change of gen ends. The  uniforms X?aiid.?/accniiti"eni;i!ii_s:i: will  arrive in diie? titiie.iind the coinpaii'y  will havea? drill .hail, t.heii no? iin'i'j  ilo.iilitsi biit'oiiv i-iflii? compiiny .will, bo  an Xncqinsition ytd the.ytown Xaiid - "v  source of useful Xpceiipation to cvery  pue-eonnocteil with it.:   X:  ������rX?y Taihyyopi-s truly, '��������� '������������������  J J?.?? ?yThompsok li..L.:Tj"__.-Lf>it?y  m  mumisgg^  _������=_ _-__.__ -__a^_  __  1$  _D_B_A:*XJ3v;*Ea X*������nT  Agent for the  BhckeiiBCterrep  y?Typowriter  G-ents' Furnisliing'S  Boots, Slioes, Hats, Gaps and  Stationery, TobacGO^  Faney  j&_rticles- Patent ? MedieineSj Etc.  = POST  OPFICE"STOB__l,rBBVEI,STO__B:,:?B. O.J-  '���������������������������������������������:<'%m''  -;���������,��������� :.7-U^u  WL:-7  'u^Wy  ':&?m  Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade in  i lb. Jars  and 4 lb. and  ���������J   7lbi Tins. J J-,..--:-''X.'  J   Crosse & XElackwell's Jam.      Maconochie's Pickles.  Tetley's and?OtherXhoice Teas? J  A Well Selected Stock of Dried Fruits and Canned Goods.  Mother's  Mush; an  Excellent  Preparation  for? Porridge,  J      y  Especially Adapted?for HotJWeather.?? ?   fUfiU  ; A 1 JLarge and Small Cheese.: '"������������������ ?F  New?Laid Eggs?'  Hay,lOats, EranJ ChbpJ&cJ  s_a  -JDREW,  CIKEKXC.ROCKIt  l'OIX  :?::?l'or Preserving fresh ninl gooit-  ��������� Vogctnbius, Caiiiieil anil Dried Fruits.'--~  lliseuits in Krcnt vnriety. -:"?.._  ''Gnrileii Stuffs of nil kinds."' ;".:>'. :  ?:  .0__-H"~,TAIvl~~~  ]."Ui,;i-;i"Ei.iVEK~i5  "MARRIED?  Htuns-^HorGooiD���������-At, the iesideneeof  ,":Conduct,6i'' J.-'llopgood,: lii'Othet" of  ??the luldev 011 ;tbe?5lh? Sept., ISOSyliy:  ? BoyXS. J, Thoiiipsiin, Koliei'tMiiiTay  yHuine toMIss A^iiuie? ?Deyarre?Hiip-:  ��������� >'.good??botli\bf'this cily. ?y???J???>'?'.���������?  ~HTn_t^TiTgynmv^t'i?SiOTst!i1^inife  can s'iuc-eix'ly appr .ctaie  its  excellent  quality as Well :is the kind ness  whicli  prompted the gift. ????..  T. D. Pickard came down fiom  Jjiforme creek yesterdayX afternoon.  He says;Mr. Adair had just stripped a  two-foot ledge of pure galena 11:1 the  .Eureka, in t'.ie Adair group.'as lie left.  Mr. Pick.-ivd intends to Teturn in a  few days to do the assessment w-oik  on his own1 claim.' tiie Uncle .lar,  adjoining the Adair group on Laforme  eieek for Which he bespeaks a?g6bd  showing.   ��������� -   ."  ? ?SlUa..>~--i;5cT"i naO ���������*Iv������a-jioa".~'i   ? ,  Wheu Frances Willard-rc-iicbed he.r el_i~-  tsenth  birthday,.������_!_-celebrated": S~t isa-  _jori_tylb~L_hcaInni;i,_: Sco-.t's.''Ivanlioe,'' s  ivhlch her lallicr  ??,-?: ? ??": -True.Syhevcy'of."Woman."..":X;?.;;..yy:  ?.:How boaiitifuldoos'l."sskiti,:who did s_?  rai_!ch??tO;?populRi'izo,X art;. Hnd? bi-rniohy.  uiLibO'; tbe? ldwi:i" clr.sess: ill li_A'huid ; 1 a  ''.Sosaino and tho.?_jilies?'' oxpre-S his idea  e������ tho truo?sphere of ;Woninn;??Ho,-?sr.yji:  ���������'.'Ti'li.Ut do yoii. thinkX'thii'Xbciiiitifiil y.ord  ' iv if o'. ediiies f roni ?.?"--! t'.' ia; tho y i;6u t \v ord  in ..which the liugllch"andXatin lunBUOges  bbniiuer-thu i'rench and Greek. I.hope, the  ���������FrenchWiUsoiiio day go. a Word for ii iii-:  slfotid:df Xthulr:foraiiio?;ySut?vi"l:!i'?do Xyou  ?thinl::it coraes.froinf y?The?ai"e!it;valuo?ai  ;thu Saxon words: i* that thoy in cun? spin o-  "tbi.:ig.;v,Wifo rccnh3;weavar??yo_i:'i_!iist;be  either.housowives or house moth_:,uro!-i_;ni-  'bor.that;..? Intho deep .sentu ycu i_r._t pi-'  thei weave men's fortur.ta nr.tl'.'ehibrclder  theiu or tpod ?upon them: and -br.ing tlicm  to docny. .Wherevor Xn tr'jo wife; cornes-  hoiuois  alwaysiirouiid  her. ?;,The stiirs  m$  '^rpi  mw  tha glow  glowworm in  may bo over her. '���������  the night's cold ?gras3Xmay bo?the.-firo" at  hor feet, but.home is where siie is, I'.iid !'gt.  a noble wcr_a_ it str&tehes fur'nrc'iiii'U her,  hotter thnn .'���������houses'.-.'cci Ies!;with : cid'-i" pi  painted,>yitli;.~?~:r"jiiilc3;shod dine its q'i-.ici-  lightfor those Who aro hoir.c'.ess. -_This,:l  believe,Xia tho.Xwcr.icn's .true piaoo and  powsr."���������Chatth-ecgn-tfcvrsiW?    ??':������������������  (||n^||)|yjGaoM;pxJj  ���������;V>-'?ahi??.";i'~-?.^'??":'��������� X???-X?-.?,y-X?'-X:  X X.   iisfel!  ������������������~,'-:?-.T''.'nEEIt'-HEADS, :;-,���������"-!������������������:  inn ns, a N i m a im:-utc.;??  I'reserveil, iiiul? .Mounted  Third St. East of Sclioolhouse  i  ���������$i:s<J,m:'i  'f^^KTSQ^^*'  "J --XXX?XOp-Dpsi>e'XGov.'an:yEl6clt,  r^UUWMMW^it^P1  ?J'IxJJBringxy..^&?  ;J:S;JS:x?:������oi_'r?;?;JJJJ;;  ij? JJ-Rrescri p lions!.  :J;j):;j;fjffi;jy5jJxW'J-  ?"-' -'PicU "people cch't nffonl. i  -���������������77'���������'��������� to take anv elinn .cs.wlieti-. ;  X ..' :-Xha-ins vrec-riplions,li 1 led  ���������'--������������������.'.������������������''���������.���������\Vo1n.-<,.,|ini'tlculiii-���������'.'p'riil ti;,.���������  i:77 y'iii:";V;ei>iii}! oiirstonkpiiro ?  '7:>." nnil ih'glvini;cxt rn curb to ���������.-  .';;'.''.    the . iii-potiiKliiat iif"pfe- ���������?:  ;: sei'iplioiiK. ;There'siiotii-.;:  " "?   :infr fancy n limit our prices y  ���������7'.':'.���������n'hiir���������"proflt.jis.-jill ���������wey  ;?:-?.?? Avunl-;--??:?" i:7.. ?y 7::; ?XiX:;.:'X??  -X.X.???Cbas?'E. XReiit;&'Co?J  1  < cAj  Ua  ?    SCREEN DOORS  .y,yySCREEr.:\VINpO\VS'  : X ff Just, what you ������������������require to keep'.'youi- boiiso ciool  and keep  out.  (-lie: l!ii>s-,^    AVe can iitXybu. out? iti anything itv this lino.  :    Sleel  wive;mosquito netting froui 15 cents per yard.'. Spring  hinges and dooi';piillsfoi'.sc'i"i!en?ilooi's, 25 cents per set.     Coal oil������������������"  stoves^ single unci doublo burners. yX The I'elelii'iitedXBliie FlaiiioX  ?oil stoves.,.���������;'���������.:,JPi-isiii liquid paints always cui haml. XX X"  ?  ' ? -;;  ���������:���������.'���������:.--.- ���������:"'.'���������'.���������..".-,:���������   ���������'���������."������������������-,-������������������.���������.:    c,. --r :���������:-... ���������:'   .-���������-���������:������������������.,���������.    ....     ������������������. .      :     t~UH  m  Note tlio followliiff nrleei:  iyl'liuinelotte at '20 ynnls for *1;-Ladies' Black O'aKhmcre,-  is ?iidiv very "complete.-  ]iair,;;yl,illcw?'Slii,s,yre!i!ly:ytq??iise.:  yi fOHe, 7'2Hti7i:"per  yuOcXeaeh "'  mm0mm  ���������:j5X;plaiiketsX?Shset^'?  ;y:r?;.?:;? ������hceting??Etc.X?::.y  o?r^  <*>a  ''^&ff:Xf'7UUUUUf::7Ufi'iU'2^  :_���������&_??  fftjiiaFcn  ;������������������ .-".:.- X-'.,;.: ? CV..Mriea.'a 'Aiipetit*!*,  To prorr.oto chStdrar.'s oppeiltes t'ipre is?j  no bottor pl.ui than t- gr/o thcih plenty;cf|  outno'o'r;';ciei"ol_S,--''cn:'a-d?'-t_ilie.:  "_'iti'_. -���������   thorn "regnlai- iii ilia'r'bnbits anti fceiltherii'')  bad ��������� torOiOcipQ, as,,, oniy ~ *" =  "AuWoM  iif f. Aboiit  'Bread  j  "Trmn  book?w"hlch "her-.lallicr   -3d : toroiocipa, as,,, oniy ..upon, ;pl_rn,. BGur~sl~~~J~~~~?rsBa;  he din-ppro'ved ofncvfls.?In aiisv.'crxo^bis,?1theyxtlil -Mlioui.it oyer"c<iaipia'iii,o'."''ii Jack ���������  .stern. reuioiisti-aneu^Bho told "him thn.?-up j of ..'nppe.ito. ..,���������;'J������e7or,;'.h'oWe7er,; keep ;;th>ni.'l  -to .that day sh'ti had, obeye^ diiin In.tho j overtalst-dlD Khoclcrcontiue'theiti^ciorio-?]  _matter, but "noiv," sho continued;."I eia .. !y to.?tUo bouM, -ii-ir tohooi? hdu������ and |  18;'  X am of ago,':! oiiv:i6"y"ip do what' 1 j fro-yn :ucr/rn '0&7 -".t-ir.ptsc play? ? lichil  : Sa:ao pcop.o.think any kind of bread  is jL-God enoU(;!i:f6rltieiii, their child-'-  vr������n;ar b-ii^ors;;;!'there aro-oilicr^  "..;!*.:('i:r!.:: 'S'lii-.Xclass'.vc take.pritle in  sj-rtfiiVg with our.bread.;? X:    yy-yvy  think l-.riybt, and to rend this fine historical story Is, .in nij piiinion; a right thlpg  for nie to ! do." ilur fathor was takan  aback, but ho fav,- the liiiiny side of; lbe  niatter, and, reiaarkiiig.; that sho was "a  chip of- the old biook,"maio no fursoer  effort to keep hoi" from ^ rending good stories.��������� "Voniun's Journal.  .   TfdOfn! ,_ct;_j<.stIosfi.      -.-��������� ������������������"    '  ...A coil of heavy..wire .1s-.1_.du to ..fit intilde .  of 0 Oat bottumed kottlc, ci: frhich a tin  pall or ERini: saucepun mny bo set, jnakea  a very poed substitute for n double holler,  nnd u tin tomato eun with the top melted  oil luckus a neat mold in which to ntonm  bro-s-ii liri'pd or.'jimMing. By punr.hlng a  bolobn eoch sido of the top oz.<l ptillina 0  ;wire.handle through you heve c Email tin  ....���������."���������   ~~S3������ laCooiilnff. .  ��������� Many housekeeper.'' list: un uonecesear.  DonibCT of cpgs In their, cooking. Kggi  nro worse than wasted In .wheat par.cr.kes,  hecauee thei.- use touyhons tho cakes.  Thoy aro wholly superfluous In wheat  niul-ns __d hIimi In' rlco pudding. The  bc-st cusW.rd 1������ mado with tho yolks of 3  cckh to a quart of milk, reserving the  white- for 0 ������:���������.. or any other purpose.  "-���������...-'A Botanist's Eden  ���������Mr,   B.iner.  C.K..  has  returned   to j  .Vancouver from  a  siii-veying trip  in J  the Big Bend country. 0:1 the top nf ; pail thut la useful ruuiid ths bouse.  the Si'ikitks, north of Re-.-elstoke.say.v  a coast exchange. Theie arc: several  very promising mining piopeitivs  there, but the greatest attraction in  the grandeur of the mountain scenery.  31r. Beauer says at this time of the  year it is a paradise of flowei-s and a  botanist's Kdeii. lie .voke up ^orie  morning to find that the two foet of  snow whicli covered the ground as far  as the eye could reach, wa.. fast clisap-  peai-ing. On tl-.e following nioi-ning  as he looked out of his tent liap a  transfortnation scene had tnkon place.  There were no trees bi-.shrub., on the  vast stretches pf iindiibited.'mountain  tops."but''as"? if ,touched by a fairy's  wand, the snow- had vanished anil the  mountain tops were covered with a  rich profusion of leaflless i'.owers. No  doubt the snow had hidden theni the  day before, but it seemed as if .��������� they  bad popped out of the grrimid at the  bidding of Dame Nature, for Mr.  Bauer's special benefit���������for he alone-  --vfis witness to the marvellous ti'.ms-  'forination. Mr. B.iner ?tates that  there were at any latn a^scoi-e o[  varieties, but he only knew thr:  names of the following more,, or less  rnmmon flowers: Daifo.lils, asters,  idiewise. or. as it is called in this  coiititi-y.f!aiinr.I flower.ainl a ['.rofiisioii  of forget-me-nots.  drea are jcdupoc rich or :bighly..sonsoaid |&_  foods,.ptit*..etc., or, a_ci'nllowed t<i'c-afe iw J  ,t-.v.scn iceais, it is hopelt-js '_g?c-ip':ci; t_icr.r  to hyye nii appetite f_ribcirfjrc>r;i!r fiiem.-!.  Don's allow them   to''-t-udj- coo much and  fj-petlally  keep-.tbeiii" from : rc.iijji.ng   the  i'penny dreadful.'"..-?..isic_uu68 Is tbo most  ezp-usive' n-jlsohoo: in the wurid? aiidi although tbero mny be ccses wheu it .-'makes  .pcoplo-er? children-  hotter, -It ?gcn?t-ra11y  ui'ikes tbcm .���������s/,lS,'j'a...uatl..inlscrubh...... .'XheJ...  . fc������_ 6 way Ui make children happy and good j  la to keep th'joi -vall.-r-j_/ti:Ii.-ingo. j.  ;���������-.   '���������7- : .   . ' ?" .-'I;..  j-i^:.y;;Si-__'it_?:,Jj.;J;  '--akor.an'd Confectioner. .  0AT.yfi?������c.ANTIT_yPF.,.."..  .iiftrf Yo:- Babies.:. ....,-���������.,  aro-'".-111c _   <l������.!c;.to   planrt-a''  "^T^������^mifi  xFritJ^yilj'  ���������'���������.'��������� ':��������� Clo: from store .to'' _iro.''e_a'!Vii!i6.  tl-.e gotnis; then price them. : Aitor":  :'.. ynu. have, teen a1I.;iir0iir.(t?yor.'ll ;  y liiKi' vou-can ;bnv the HEST iind-  ".CHEAF'rST, ill- our line,-'from  lis.  .We Bult'notliiiig but the very best  ,'.'of.tlie folio wins ���������.''���������:���������'.':'���������:        '.-���������'V' ::.-o;:?-r  V,? ;DItESS;ANn 1~A SCY. DaY.GOOBS. iuvery complete rtctnih"y\Ve .  >,' ?~:::y:.:^:���������..' luiveid:'.o:.-{eeiii-eil the."set'vices of:a. first"class.dress- i  X__yX'\??:S??:iiai!~er;?--.!io-iai!iow?h  WffS^&*^^  :?X:?,?;,J?'JX?^Xj?N9tic9??j?;?"-?.X-%'y:Xy???X??::;  XotiTOisiici-ebv jriveii ���������'"tiiiit 't'-.vb'.iiipntlia''after.'  -date the ~iiiiis1iiiiei.iii:!li!il,'."i:. ci'iiipauy iiicor-,  -porateU'iin'Jer UieEiiiilioh Gompanies Acts and:  :lli!ensecl to I'lirry.nn'bii-Uiess in ;-l!i.O: J'l-ovinco  of'"'l>ritlsli"i'oUinihla'i'"inlcii<ls ..tOr.npply. to ;1h~>.  Chief.Coiiii'nls's'to'iicr. i'f..l.aiiils' liuiil .Worlis.:_J.oi"  ���������poriiii'ssIbii-.-.'to liureiinso? 17.1!'.. (sevunleen .ami:  1 ."-liltlj a'ereS '.if 1 aiid>:itiiateil, i n. ICnoter,ay; nis-  'trlet.'-i'Oiii'ineri'clin;-at asposl.-uini'K'Oil' "liutinl  1-osi. Xorlli AVest' c'liriior'-Sinisliice Ijiriittcil'-V-ail-;-  joining the east sk'e line of the Huron Mineral  'Claim (Trotit Lake"Mining pi vis ii'ii) .atn ypoliit  ten feel f.-oni tlie :norl.h civil coriieriiif sueh  I'.laiiris,' theiice liorlhyW: des.? east .for CM,'feet  t'lu-.i.-e'soulli :'S .leg. MO'ihiii.- enat.for l-Uil.uyfeiit  .1 hence;!"0iitli ,5S ileRi-21 111I11. \vcst?for -153.8.feel,  tlieneo" ntirtli -lOdcy. ,V.min. v.-ci^tfor Ul5i.fo.et,  'BontalinnB'T'.liI n.-re-"iii"ire lirjliiss;.';'??-"^" y>;y  ���������r. ������������������������������������!. >.,.: .guSSIllXH I.IM lTpl),., . 7H:.l: !;?.,?..;::  ���������/'.-���������".'y-^'.'���������-'������������������-���������..--"���������.������������������:���������-'j---I~bOA!l'A.���������'r-P^KBTT/.-'y-';':': ���������-.-.,���������-,'.-;���������.:  :-::.iv :   :V ;::--;-y-":;., ,:���������":.-:-;--^-l_tc!ilCral   Mitn.ijOt'-y  :  ..iiiiy"2G;i80S:?vyX'-:";yy?:y8Xyy??-:?:?";:v"-::;XX: :;?:?.:?���������.  J A ;/rcsh  anil, compiuio-srio^k at'-J  ; out j>ri������?(!s: -J A "������hoiti������ line cf tiriotl ���������'  : aiKi^cvaporalO'.I   fruits :   vcminctl  /goods of tivbry ([oseripl-ion: cliolrc  tlairv.niuj oreninery bin tor ; oirg 3 ;-?  Unsri-jit tons tinU-'coficcs.; thit.b^st "  -...ri-THis  <������f   ilonr? on' (ho. niurkct;  j' frc.li ; fruit,  of  ovory kind arrives .?  : d������ily: vcg-Ui!).*] os.'/.-������������������'��������� -.-"  .  ;Hats  ;!_(  X Whiting that is iistd to polish mirrors or  windows is best cppllcd by hr.vhig it in  muslin bogs. Tho t?iass surface"-Is'tint  slightly moistened, tho b.ig rebbud ov*r it  thoroughly and a fln.il polish given with  chamois or a crumpled newspaper, y  Mrs. 'Lucrctla IJ. ? Huhboll, the: first  AmoriCHn woniim ncronnut, cr.cr. mailo a  balloon csccnslon liiii'ir.fj which the balloon burst, fioated'soTcti r.i lies and f.r.������lly  let hor down unhurt In ii Xow .Jorsoy  clovor Said. ;  ;) Specialists in di<;i!:,t!on point out that,  only the.henrt'of leittice Eh.i-.ild . te c.ilon.  The outer dark jjreor. leaves are a r.ceeieis  tax to the Htomach, as thoy contain coili-  lng of value to the Hy-iUic.  A wottr.ii -should never .iceepS a lover  without the content of her hours or o  h'jF.bni'.i'. without tho oonjrnt of hv.r judgment.��������� Xiijun de l'Kncloa.  _(Rhlcs arp"'".'ll!u<~' dellpjila'������������������.plaHrt-a'' r.cd  eho'O.d he brought up in'as j'tirnan ctir-o-.  pphers und with c.s suiirh juinshimi-'to- t.-:i .k  In ua possiblo. - Tht-y sliciil _ not iw oWdiid'  or bandied'-much. A..mother who is fur;"  ever,dandling,, tossing.- and juniiiir.g hor  babj' to nia!:e It "notice" when perhaps I; j _  la Bleepy, and then rooking and,-.jumping j ;  lt ngain to (jrt it t(i'"'slcep when i(si:.rv":._ j ���������,.  nro "all on edge." is do'.zux thalittlryjiiu a j.- i  great wrong.. "'".^i-X <>' t-U._.',brair= <"iS-t">_:i..'!''"!t  of children nre tix-rfyx tn.tcd 'dTrect.y't_-tlio |'"'".? i',f  foolish hnbit of losMng thci-.i up or ''inak-.j in?;..?:  Ing them notico" at-lid .ijt vihcn to "no-, j'..'- ~  tico" would ihow iin'alihori.'ial precocity j,^.'? jJ?  that would hod.-yiil for thoir future health.' I '"  Imni Ck.ld.itri'am ftntich,  ;.;.t:tr!oiid cf,������:������' IU Y s  -t urriv-'l? :;-   :  ',:'. ?   ,  ?,  HUTGHISON -?&-CO.  For Sale.  15. ^!*'!S  [ _i,:;i_it !JJa*i  Encowopc children to walk alono, for  they are often madi- high Hlioulde.rco by lit  Ing led  by the band all tbo'tinio in walk-"  lug, -        -- - - ~  u  . _A Yr.bulw to the I'Jttlo U-or.mri. j ^  If history  is to  ho fco'.ioyed, it is? tha? s  littlo wonnin who does thu greatest-esccu- j ���������  tion..   That most perfect typo of foin!-ino j {'  lovelinees  the   Vcnun  of  Madlci   is   vnry  Eniull Indeed.    As she stnhtis the Center r.i  that  holy of holies of art, tha Tri'iuna at  tbo Ul_z! gallery in J"'nrc_������>,  into, cr.c's  mind conies tb'j-thcdijht, "How -..will and  how   appoalir.Ki"  ' Clcciincr.!.'?, ,   when   ho  loodcleil that al_:idcr fern;, nni-t-n.'.vc.da-  . tnrminetl  that in   h;-r  Idetil s.y.imii-try of   _  proportion plip hIioiiM   fcnricr.i-'ly hold  her !  own" against. th'e   grander, beauty,   com-!  inondlng and 'In .jostle as It. Is, of lier rival, I ���������������  tho Venus of-Mil-). ii  ���������-. :_ . ���������1 '_-    -  ^Ill^iard  I!:������th I'or n Ohi.1'1.  A physician kIvch the])i"o;j'ci" proportions  for a mustard bnt.li mil ted toayirjugciii!;l.  Thorn are two tablospooaftil- of inii-t.iiid  to-fo.ir j-alloris of boo.water i'.oatcd to 100  decrees F. The child .must nut hu immersed In this, but the feet batbeil, r.nd-  fin'aliy tho littlo one Htor,d in the tub and  ns Kciitly t-ponifntl as the tender shin will  hoar it. 'J'liii Is useful In t. cuue'of couyul-  Klons while T/aiting for u doctor. ^  ifl'ii-'Unl k-ti 071" Thinl  "it., oppo-  ,'i' ���������' Vs-.t-, belon-thc- laarkef price:  bi-"'*.?.'.HJ.-'-'d? ni-1 '.'"I'i" f-tory dwell-  :'l',-:--,'ci'r.-J! tO<J"V';"nr(l':I1l. irons'".;,  in trie bu .i.e.1- _ entrftof Mi-f\i-ii-  - irii';iij,lv for cadi.'. A.-tnap either  ,:,r-.j.:j.;s a:'ih\--itirienr.:'  ':0iX.������jn ��������� Caihpfc'-li:.-avenue in ex-  lict,.'  "_:i",-:jt  n l-'.-'in t Ktreei, rloHC:  .. for. cftali.-'TliU i'i  ���������to fi)!:!  ar.otlic-r  xx'tr rur. litln'-vou to bay' resl'iciital -loin if  ���������.-ou man I'i hvil'l'l on |.h_-i. HouKft properly  In Kivehtnkn in'������ valuable' ttonwiilon rlijht  now-   Ca:1 an'l mftkfj inquiries  A r������'n   :l"|..-!'l!  i'-.Trcll.'-Tif. r.  ",,,r'-.i!. y7tif.il  "iv-ri,:s: l''..rt  Ti_,: ni.';_;-.:-  sr,!Win|c,i .'-;to  aug.tl  :i,!_i.   J-'otir roomi;(l f-otla^jyiii thi:  in.1 'iu������rtnr,-neiir tlii.' Coiirl 1f.ni:-:..-;  ���������flar, ivu|...-r tul'l. ������'n,'l,nt<':rl!.r,r.lii--  ������):������������������.!.-.ilamlu on :tixiW foot lot:  i-....-:i.'p.'.rt. nioiitlilv I'.iiynii'in _  ! ;::i;..;* >^f i,!i~r.':ir������i'.;:'. Hint-k 'Vory  '.'k .'t ^i"o!lR'l r,0:'>r pi-Jcei-.  Or-'QGA-f &:CO.  :.:."S'o pari nf man's altirn detracts  from or aO/Is to Lis per.soiiatiip-."  :*,'i. .ranee one-.ialf as inui'li iim his  ���������ilAT, lit. the !'uii.-iiii(,' loiH'h to  ' tlm pcrft'ot irmn. If you want tho  proper tiling In the hat Hue. straw,.-,  stiff or felt, properly -'lilted to your,  .head, citll and see us.  ."?:X?X:'-yy;y?y?y-yXy?Not_ce -yiyXxxXXXx.:???" ;���������������������������_  .XKiiiieo is herebv; given that T have applied to  the-lloiiornl.lu: life  ChiefV'Coinnil.sinner 'of  _'l.aiid!i~ a iid .Work, 'fo'r a.:s|ic('.ial 11.reuse, to t-ut  iniirctirrv n'.vav tiinl.vet*;fi"om.tlie following <10-  "siTlhiiili iiiiiils, siluat- -in thodl-trii'.lvof West  l-ooteiiiiv: "'Ci'iivtlio- wist side of Upper Arrow  I.iike at ftnl-iiii.iav; about seven miles _i,'.illi-  east ?oi-'.Ai"rowlieaVl.':t'Oi'iiii!eiu-iii>:yttt ii :post  iiiHrl:cil''!f!_"S.".,\i.~S.\V. corner," a limit "ill ".'liaiiis  ���������west of Deep Creek inul iibout'-aiO'i'liaiii-'fi-iiii  its"liiontli,-riuiiiiiip;.north :SlV-i-liai]is,,1hciii:o  enst" SO: chains; tlieuee souths!) chains, '.'thenco  enst-10 eliaiiis.'lliciii'csoiith ���������"Odiains, thence  Vest 8(>"c1i'���������iiis,_tlionec, north -W chains, llieiice"  ���������^st~.|0"cluiiii~i"lO=llieT.riiiit=of������i!6'!niiie!-,i'aniai!lT-  ��������� ������������������:;.���������:"- -:..- ;;.:;'.":.,      (;eo. P. McCahtku.  -���������'��������� llevelstoke, 11. C��������� AuRi!Sl.2;:n1, ISHS.y. ������������������?." ;:���������"  ?Ri  :Hpwspn? &x?Cq?J  '?' Macicbo^'of Vti.:?:-^,:^;?  iTTfTM  V.7holesale and Retail Dealer:hi r.uri'.iture.r  "F^ft -���������"ST  ���������f������S ; i-itf*  :Jl'^'?;   _'"RV  win v e������u_ ..-?-si.  tT^-^W^'::  J  -  Mjf       ____������__]  Shirts  Snlisfaelcrv shirls ; that's, the  .-kiml of shirls wn sell lier.i. Satis- ?  fiu-torv in Hint ihey look well.wenr  ..well aiid lit well.' Hold tlieircolor  loo. . In pattern*! that are up to  date and stylish, wllliout lielng loo  loud. "Warm" effects too. We  have them In colorings to suit nil.  Shoes  ������������������"-"hocs.-O-K-t of !is_nre modern,-  "-pllribln, stvllsh and Low is rnicn.  XVt: carry all the.latest novelties in  suoF.M^.. !iape_v fancy   uj.piirs nu<t,  alltliat. ' I'ro5|ieitor> iind-otliers  should examine our shoe stock;  Mincr.-i ami progpet'torii :���������  outiWif:d on short notice.  ". Painter. :and  Doeorator.  First Street lEnst, Revelstoke Station  :rui-in������, I'i-p  tllK1.,.'lll"lis.  Currii,}  r Unii^ini,'  1'ainthis  ; I'liiutini;  Hard Wood I'iiiisli-  in all   r.rnnelies,  Glnzintj, A:c.  Fallis Bros.  ^msSnmmtTSiiwM^^  IjWANTjTO  J yCUSTpMER City MINE "?  ��������� ���������''"'"��������� ���������������������������'���������"������������������ JX.XX'axd ?;?��������� -?-,f J- ;J X  TOARMYGLOTHES  THEY ARE THE BEST,  ANIV CHEAPEST  y���������'"'IN THE DISTRICT  R.S. Wilson,  TAIl.OH. AND CLOTHIEIt; ?  'The.!', tlii: I'i per Co? h aye no-.v.on hand -  yKirstCJhiss J"i'ick.nt.riglil:pri������es.?;;y?u:,:-.  ?I'ntendlii|j,'i1)iiHcl6ra"''.wdulii.;il6?iveil to-.-;.'.  call and lisaniine;���������?;?-?;-;-'���������-y-?':?'-" y'vyy..:.  lirick vni'd jiistiiini'tli.of tiiuGiin Clulj"?  ;i;roiiiids.'??.-;,���������:.',??? -Xyy..-.? :...???"y''X':X ;;���������:  liiiil orders proniptly aiteiiiicd.to.y:-?,-?:���������:  :~ ':.*":; :'"y.,���������-';���������-���������-y-!ij-'-.:-:.������������������,;���������.-;���������,:?,:.:::.  ::-.;.. ; :.:f:  ������������������ Prices oil apitiicatimi.;_���������-??;;;?:..? yy..:yy;y  ?Tll_ ��������� F. JE.J.P;p���������:r;,Co:JyJX?;'JJ'''J  :.?.??���������??;-'':.'".??.? X,;:XJ;'-y?yReve!stoke?:B?  .Ciy  <7<-C'  ���������.i.rJ'z,.  :__!  w-o.t.'eJ  :p;j|Fer������iison;  Xiji-y -   .'-.,��������� "./."ft.., ..!"....;���������..     :;������������������������������������:'���������:;������������������: ..'"-".,;', 7.'   -ijlK  iy%7.hhhu..n������...........mj........afl.i.ii.i .ti'E.nitKiii.&.f^  *%$ J?FerBU-oii,'B?C;���������"lio Cciitrey?' 5������  Qjlf? of the ijardrau Mines "?.,  v/k ...n.H������,ur.rk...;������k.....B..iisiili3hiiMnii.VR|]8ir.Bii'ugipi.-  ^'-"��������� Best   Accomrnoclation  in -He  Lardeau.~  ���������PA .'":.     '-���������..;      S':   "���������'���������'.'    .'���������.'     'i'i.  '.1   ���������        : "���������'���������'->   ���������������������������-?=������������������  uo^.n.i.tn!if'^"fii.i..l.rtni]llJi.lii...������..i.ili.i.>l.lllilll  Rates -S2.00  Per Day. J  _ Dave ?Ferguson,   Prop.  Musical  Instriimeiits  Yon are rc'juested to look over my  soleet stock of. j............    ...... VIOMS-.tilUTAltS.?..........  X .......MAN'DOI.tNSP.. ..'    1IORXEK-3' JtOtiTH 0"-GA~~8  ...... .STItlXGS'uiKl ACFSSOnlE."-,...  All excellent stock at low prices.  Tol.aceos. Ci-.-ars. Soft. I" cfretliintr Brinks,  Stationery, Sovels, J.t|>unose Curios, Etc.  Ghas. J. Aman .  Why Ta^^ent:  When you can own a home  ofyourov/n? X,  "  ; If vou will save, sav.five to ten dollars per  ln'nntli on our accumiiltitive sjsiem.-for a few  vears; vou will then 1)0 in a position to buy or  build ii home of your own.  Hy tnkini; shares in this company, persons of  moderate means are enabled to participate in  the profits enjoved bv the company.  The savint; of money is like the saving of  time. 11 done at all, it must be done sys"  lein-tieaily. ���������' '  . Bnfetv is a most'important consideration  when inakinc an investment. This is a per-  fei-t svstem of co-operative savings/and the  safest'plan ever offered for Riiciimiilatiiig small  iinl-int:!" and loaniui; il to uieinbers on real  estate security.  Loans...'" ��������� . ? ? ��������� fi-"  I^oans aro made on the security of improved  r^ftl esiMe -vitboiit delay, ������%0 yjer cunt, of the  fij������).re.ised cn.li value Ijeint--aJvr.in.-t_u.  KsfC:?5 payment-! of principal may be mpj3e  with anyinonihiyptiymoiit.  B. C. Permanent Loan  & Savings Company.  F. Bl^CEB. Aircnt.  McKeuziu Ave., Kevelstoke Station.      lOaului  NpTlTHB.-.."..,...-,,;;  Only bhaving Parlor  in  Kevelstoke, but  the  best.  ���������~" -Hair Ctitling, Shaving and  Shampooing,   with   all   latest-  ~ ."accessories. Koken's Celebrated Hydraulic Chair,    l'arlor  In The Hotel Revelstoke  :������  k  arid the very best service is at  your disposal for -.    ^?  '25 Cents AH?Round  -���������-; -   :::-     -  :     '     O    . . . _���������  :? ���������  -. '' '  AV. UIIEXXAN, Tonsorial Artist,  iAght_  Trans^rring"  and Carting  yj-.������-TcleT)lioiic vour orders to XX'77.1. Lawrence  anil they will be- promptly attended to.....  Robert Fleming

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