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Vol. II.    No.  86.
'REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. 1893.
$2.00 a Year \\\ Advance.
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FIRE and LZFZ INSURE]
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THE GIA.:~T POV/BiiPi CO ,
Victor-a, B. C.
C! ii Monday,
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thits btorc ~,vi._ lit'giii a v,~o-k
oi'-CirptI .elliiig-i.ilat -svill be
unp:ir:iliel-jd iu the hislory
of this fct-oru.
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250 yiircld iapeslry carpet,
tho" be&t m'.il.e, the uewesi-
dofiigi-is and latest / colorr*,
goods that ai*o cqiisidei ed
good values by experts ai
75 cop is a yard. Our cut
price fo-* the -\vetjk only 50
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C. P.. Krrac & Co.,
igcutb,   I'.cvt'i-tnue   '-l.it.on, .md T.out
Lake Cil', li C
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fillll   Iho  MT    I'I-tilll .10 ii til
;.our ���*.���*, u-.il Ior
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RATE NOTICE KG. 83
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! all   oi      l_C*'-_li.   '-KlJ.ornition.-
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j the choicest aTid-iiclio-jbde-
i| ,igns; -"liefee arc carpets iliat
j'pre good value :it _?1 a jard.
r.| Chis siore'F cut price Ior the
-^i, vi-ck only C-5 cents a ycrd.
M
Mcl or Oil Cloths
5l pieces
ji.
:oor  on ciouis.
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I'doC X'Uiliic.iin'i'A
Ji   t iCCoj\cl <I��io. tlr.iiM Scotlantl.
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v. ooi. t.;i'l.r*i.s
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lia-.e a
Ful] Range of Linoleums
Al'-o I VCK C I itT\.IN*i, ART M'J.-LiX-",
TOi'.rii.'.Hi'IOU ��1.1.1X0. hi P.M I_jrr.
nu.i t\:>f.t:\i~.:ii.~)  iali.e  i.i.<e\,
Ltc , 1 to
Jj*   3       ? Vil  >���. t_    . ?
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B&ois aufl Shoe.
r.-r -' ",a�� li:-". r���irtr.i _.   ntnoto-,-.
A iui reinc.uliti . , .1 >. to  ot. ur li-,-* oi
Straw and Felt Hats
V.e i.ill tell ��_ roe J.  holt Jul
(I.   I.) ,.'.*   '.'* oi.
r.ce    an.l mi.i
l-cvcls-cke Stafon, Revelstoke ar.d
Tret Lake Oly, E C.
''���_! "5 "? fr\r*  ,
 n-|-e_Y/_paU'jrt3~-. ar*d g.cod value
all GO ceiiis1-a yard. This
st i ore's cut prices, for thia
W'l .ck only Go cents a yard.
"ft; f" Ri'if* M"Dr~''!'t"""T
Mr. J.istice Dra-cc   G:.e-i   KIs Decision
on an Important Mininj; Point.
Tilr. ,lu -lire Dr.ilio mci'iitlv pivr-liis
juilij;uii.".)t in the 111111111^ .u-iiuu nt tlie
Suii-*lnne LiiinU'il v - Gui'.nin^h.iui .mil
JMtthiuo ,\ncl the? h."i-,-.iliiu _. 'Lliu
!.���*( I*, nre full v sptout 1. tlii' jiiit^iucni,
which 1*. ,r. lollows :
The touip.iuy .iheivc u. " lid'.-.-il .110
tllO Ou'lltlb Ul lllU ''-j.i'.-l'l iJl'j) Mill! '.'111
Ola,in," .mil .1 si-Hip uL ('..1.1,1'* t.illctl
lilt' "S u us. In iii?" o;i 01. p u'.inniiuff. l_o-
twt'ou tlu*"Sil.'_t Clip" ..ml the llurfiii
tlide c_!*~t.~i!, n,libi)u-;li I'ot Liimvii
hut j-n.-pottt'cl, .1 fi .ie nun ul I ji.1 uu-
I iivci'up ou mIiii h the ttuupuiy i.-ii1
fittted tlii'it liuililiuu;-,. T'10 ileread-
imt ili&niio w.is Ll-.t- �����nn'~i.il ip .i^-Jtn
of tl'e ro.up.uiy'- 1 i"ie-=, .mil th*.' t'.o-
f'-uel.iut Cuiinii.ghai . v ,.s Idic-iuiu ol
tin; iruiiir.p; ot.t'i.itH.u, O'l tho 12th
of July, ill. .-.'.ucler. .1 mi'iint; t-iiiiiii-
eei, ou^.i|;ecl by the iomumu\,' uiii-_fi.
<iptl iii'toirtitig to hi'i t\ ,ihmho iu m.'."5
i;i*-u.ule_ bv MtOuiit' to .i'i'il llu-it
"v."*-- diiv i-ncii-ui lyu.q to thu wis>t ol
the Sail', cr Gup, .u.il if solo li.ivei-
sln!-.Pil nub for the to'iip.i.y. Ll.bViii'j;
leeeiveO lhe-*) nicti iui, .uiiha ii.iw Hi.
eitlifi tlufi'-iclaur, CuiHn,ii_;a i'i), .iu'1
'h_Y went uf1 lo tuc ]>i..iii Hif~;otlici
.mil stiki_.l out tht- t.olil I-ii_; ii .1
h ictton. (The i-\.'"e'.tc I itiloi lo
l.itfi' ou.) \V.iii1*-: h.ul 110 niinet'a
iiteu.e. <iiul couic'i i'ot tl.tioini.'lo .ilo
iVm tl-iiui in. Iiu* uivi] 111'i.c, ,i;'tl l|(-i.ii-
unijjh.iin'i-n.'ii.c-v.ir u=i"0.. ]' .ip^'ii..
to be tht! pi.'.e titf. li-.ii'^'i uo'. 't'ltUiie.'.!
by the >u.l. lo pl.itt oo lhc iu,-'_s lui-
���n.'iil.er of the lmuruj " Ut- u*.,i
ot tho p 'i-so.i. lot.niu;;, r_,Lid tin- uj~p.ii-
enliy \f.ib one- id.i-ou wh', Oiuit.uig-
li.t'Li'-* li.iiue w.is ubtel, ns, l'eti.iah's
!iteu_3 with hun. limy In. e stale
ii.,���t I 1:1 v fu.l cr.'i.'iii'a tu tin. .ic-
cuuiiti of the LiAi~b.it tirm iti pi e fci it,o_
to that of Onr.nii!_,b.u<i'_,. Ou lh- _*.Lli
of Jul>, O'r.i'iinjjli an, who hnci ln.<.i:
l'etiliecl tii it In. t-jivue.1- ot foieu'i'.;-.
\.oultl not 1,0 lo.'U.ittl ,iuv liiasj'ii1 on
that eUy .-.lUuetl ll.,. :."o. 2 pi,-t, .i-.i.l
cut eii t'.ie \\iiu.\r on So\. 1 .aid "2
pustb, nui IV- roti' tLc [LH Lie ul ii-. ve-
qu.ieil by the .iti, .'.id ou ihe _l'-t .1 ij
ol July b.j lt'tortlid thr-11 mi) ui li'S
own uii'up, ivid sivii-jt'iiui'iitlv nu soli'
'.'..It to -itG.i.ie.
A g. i\.t p.ul e.f tlie buildings of the
totiiiin'iy ,ue ou t'11-3 tl.oni now liuov 11
,li 111.' ".(irolll Bll'<" Allll SOtllr' p.T t.llll ot
tj'e i*,.v t- duiup fioi.i the wo;,. '.:'--, 01
���_he tiuiipiu;, nu tno bii\ti Cup '. s.-. o
I'.l'oii 0.1 thi i_~.)la ll'iij. Ti-.o p. \. .till
coii.p.-ny'o e.01 teilti'i >" 'fc th.iL in *-'...,..
i"j; uut Lhe '''tile. Ilr,,' OuPi'.nr;h.uu d'(3
so... u^euij __>_.'Li,, toiiip.iuv. .iiiii iii it
it wns <i ii i.iti on his p.ui to tii'al  tin
C-.-lt_l .--.Jllft. 011 .j^"""'.;' l!h. It.**��� * lie li.iiij
ho llll J Itii'i-, J-"__>.-C'lC',i��  "lYlMlt'll.   "C-,.
itiM~i'iid.iul-> .ui--\vt'r to th.it"is. -bt-ti'i'i..
SOottlu Go'.l -Mi',.i'_" ..._, ..Md l_'t"
Slatiit. o'. K. Aini1.. if fit '.'.o nuiy
tll~liU>lt':i~j .11 �� llll'_l iS .iletH".' chiicd
--..l^ilbt.-_{, lb07, 1 l-lll"" intit- ,t b.u m *,,iu
utlh.it t1 im'.i -eut lo ("u.ini,ii,li.iiii h\-
Mi. Liulih tut, tlio bolititen ol ilu.- com
rur
_n\
? i-; <,
A Vi-n in Vcttlcc.n Di-lrict That is lbe
Dcpositry of Numerous Minerals.
The Slot.111 is .ilfi'idy semi",   in  li<'i"
ri'put.itioii foi : ich s'lCtt eh-pn-.ts inl
'" .*��� -'ii' .ni op :i epi -.'.ii'n if thi' ; "dP.ii. ^
if .~<;\)i ii*i*> iiut. Uv-.t i<*p i-o^ I \ *hit- .
Ij^.fi  i-lel te/,.;ji.i.     i i A <_   ,nl.l ,  ���. lo   _,,
*.'(, but ho ��� i% . 1 lie' i.liiil" lii'i'il of llu-
1 o-.ivi 1 - li mu \, i' .1 I'.'.i! eluie ;oi'.
IjUI'.i l"''..i''l .tin' .' 11111, du. 1 lot , ul
;hl' iiUiv .ut. i1* im llll i!e.i'i..I.i_ ~
?i-Guui' in -.1 iltii , |U, n u.11,111 t,n un.
toiiip.iny if .mv jiiM.ti.i! w.i. foiinil 111
il, iir't il ..ppiiuntly w.is in pm .u.mti'
ol lucso in*.li"ui t ions lh.it filiGuii'c nihil net. il Wuiile'ii to iret the (l.ims
! iIumi up C.-.i. in-1, 11 dt ii i-i W,:-
ili'i1'*. itiilo' > 'i.i i'i'.- i iy.* iv- :,l i'.i it 1 in
hi-, ov. i. tteo.i it, .'(I .> ' . d "iV.u 11 n
lo ,i--i**L liru .'1 t !i"i id l i'r'.\i' a1
ii'.'uly   .'..,'.1   'iiy   r.p-roti   ih a   ���'.,  J ol
V.'lllli'-&'*   I'V'eli'lK l'    li'l"s     Ullt    UMIl.-O   si
hip, .1.1.1 J ill 1 k *'r ',11 lh it  .iiii-, !,���-j
di-ihi'.-i  ',,.";,'u.ii.    .huii'' 'i'i 'In
l.VllOf   I.ilV,    Kill'    l).l   l_..'l'i     H'l .'*��� I 1,,   .J,-.(,..   t    l���.   n    ^���ji-..U���j",."m.1i,1,    1-,
lho 1 hum, ...id .ilr-i llit'p.K*:.. .pp.-. | t|'c itivi.h; hji-.w.-n tlif -onth bi.ineh
1,ill-, line..-i'lhe h_.'pr th.il. by -o (i.ui.-r , ,��� \<in ,iU,n ,1(.t,k ilml tlieiioiih
bo toulil .ivo.t .iny el.uin uie t.iinpiny j |,r.���lti, ���[ die l-'.nli.tll. Alt'io-t^U tin-
...u\ '. idho',1,1 ,nili.,."i,iMillyi)f iiu'tn, |,,,���s t,("i v ,tll Lll. ,mi��>..i,.iiti_ .if t:ie
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*M0RE WAR TALK
Russia Forcing? a Crisis in  the
East.
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uint.,--^ x-i..iri;THE WIRES   ARE   KEPI   HOT
ijii'iiii^-u 1 hi"   hi' t ,
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nu:ii-.i.__;  ' 111  Li.i. >"i'.i ;
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111 "i  c; ptil K-il.-f,
��� vi tui i' I The w" Scr-'~ Has Got 3^7��r-- Political
et l.u -
ol the-1,'
pi"OiMlL.
lie'iMI*. tl'cllI.lt'MV.   -'.Ill'''
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.'i'o'iii.'jOi dy ot   thi'iii  .ir ���
he-it' l.'.id  h i*. "ht't'ii  uiiivji"!
Orie 1 trial Rugs
!
50 I Orient.:il rugs, all new
cht ; ice colors and in all sizes,
spc I "cial discount 20 per cent.
off \ all qiusKlics.
Remi ! "Jant Offer
All \ reinriorits o( brussols,
tape ��� "try, wool and Union
carp 1 3t-_ at half marked price
for t i fcia week only.
Read  \ "Hiis Quickly
f
i
It is| too hoi to elaborate,
butli'   ere arc some cold facts
that
you   will  'find   very
\J.
-?. idume <Ss Co,
refres.   hiRg io  yourself and
ocket book.
3*
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p.mj; .ind in th it It'lte.   Iu ^"ij.i)-.  tei
.ithiiit   tli it  _>iu_   i.-1;> tii.iieiu.*.   v ti.
n.-!ii'.iti~i .ihout tlio fi.u'i ,   i.i.t he io
.r..-fu  to  (-.M'l'ife  Lht- lull of s.'lt- fii-
do~.nl Ice the pie-ent.   Thi.   ���*>   ne.l
*-.ltll     .1 f'tUC I'UUMIt   *lb    Will    '.'tl-iy  the
.uiiLu'e. A li.i-l n iy be iii.il.-'i v .tli
')'ib v,nl.iirr, but il 1.111=t Iv in .i.K_* ted
by .Gill, v.i ilum th.it thei _. \\ns . nil...
tlUSt. Ce'tlSL." I VS. Lla'O, II \*l b". C'Jo ) T:.
my cipiiron nolLUat can bu osl.ibh*,heii
lii-iu ilu. lillur". To tetidui n v.iiiini;
AVjiil.iblu it luns-t he tt'if.i.ii in lis
ni"tmu-.ciu-ubji-il. (AL()itoii_v_._i_U'Wiiit
2 Y. to C SO) Then il no tii.&L t.in lie
piovod to tiniiply \%ith the s,tntutf,
the touipm. cotitt'iid Lh it tne il"U'*.nl-
.tnt (Juiii'.ingh.ir.i ia not entitled te> siOl
up the fl.it .lie of ti.iuils a* .t _hitid to
protei I li'Miself lit in lho elletts, of hi.
own fi.ii.ihili-nt .iii. Tne .iiitiioiilir-
iii buppoit oL bin li .i piopobif.uu .ue
'luiniiioiib anil .tie foliettet't iu ie Di.'.e
ol _:.uilioioiu;h, l.V.~i. 2 th. 133. !_
Hot'l'.eloi.eiuhl vs. Boi.ste'.ul, I eh,
1SU7, ut p. -L'O, I.inelley. Ij. j. .utiuu.u-
lbes tilt- hi,'- in thit, v,,iy: -It in t'btiib-
hbheel bv .'. bei'.t'b eii" t'.is_b th.il lho
-.tiituteo! fiiindbdnes not pi fvcuL I he
pinof of ,1 fi.iud. It, i _ ,i fiAiicl ou lhe
jwiit uf .i peiboii to whom liiiitl is imii-
veyt'il .it .i tiuble.), nnd who knoi-, j it
tv.i. s,u tonv'iyed, lo ilony the Musi
nml tliim I lie l.md hiinV-i'lt. Gon-,e-
iiiii'ilily, notvi ilhsliinihii^ th- hlululu,
it, i-fonipt'teiit foi' ,i prison (lui.nini;
l.md co)ivo_ eel to .inolner. lo jnovi- by
pmoll lh.it it, Miib so conveyed upon
u r.st Cor tint cl.'iituniit, imnl* tlmt the
guu.U't "t>. kiiowinp; the fuels, is denying liw ti~.��t .iii'l lelyiug upon tlie
foini of convey.nnc iu:el iiie s! ittito
"iu oidi-." to keep the Liiul hiuiscli."
AfpiyiiiT Ihib f\pi)*,itioi; of lho piinti-
plcs ot tipiilj to Lhe fvi-,lii,^ eiiiiun-
st.mecs ii is utet'bs.ii y lov tuo pliiutiUb
tu show ih.ilGunniiipti.ini lut.i'.tel ihe
ti.nui loi tho coinp.ti.y miel .it then
leijiiest. The evieh-iu e- on llos point it,
as. leiliovv'*:^ W.irdcii b.iys th.it in ton-
seq.i.'i'to ot histiuttiein? Ii-eii-i the de-
ie_i_.il.iij-. ''UGuiii'he b.i.v <h.".inii.nh.uu
.ind told Ijiiu there wis n possibility of
the cAinp sue beincc on un*.l.il-.i'd
^louiid. .iml it so to bee it \v.i_ bt.ik'd
out. jhGi.ut-denii'o thi'*, hut Kslnbil
"li" ni.il.-ii__ly v.ti.Lki-nb this .iss.nf.on,
as he Ineie i.iiRj,t'sls to McXe.u lh.it
Wiiiilen should h'lil this oi'l. He ehie,
"ot b.iy ll'.ithi�� h.ul s-o instuu'tid
W.inlf-ii. hut he vv.ib v��nlitip to lhe
h-Mit uiin.ii;fi, .ind if ho was then u.i-
.iv.a:u of >.Y.mien's .letion he piopoilv
dievv Mi-ei'ill-s.itl-.ilion lo tl-.e Ini'j-
lioii.   (.'iiutiingh nn v hen bp .ken lo hy
_V..ide'n '-.nil llio -s.niu' -ho'ild lie
slaked u.il .it oiite- in case anv one got
au inklu ^ ot lho liiaUei-. iiiul got in
<il<o.irl.   Ti.e-y   went   up the lull   and
W.iiden took hib 1 ihoiei- with him.
ai.'l li.e-"omul Mils lo.-.ilti'.. i'id Guii-
u.n;,h.���in'*' inline vvab pulnii Ihj pi sc
.i"~ he h ul a tinum'-, hei'ii=e, V_~.i-.ele-.
t rn.'ill* uliiMls Lli.tt th.'-.o v. is not
..iiy-'.l 1'iC'iit ln.uh. i P. ..i t' i!innit;h mi
\v,,s in-ie i> bt ikir.o-lur  the touip.niy, |
i,i~t' ���
uu .) p.'iticul./. oi.ji'tt, ii'it rvjiii"- I
in Ihi' eonvev pun, uud ".hole I t.e
pl.ir.i'i!': had a pi nu iiy niLt'so I io th,'
..md vvtui h lh _; lie f'.it'-int, bv -.I'ltii'.;
up ihe blal'ilei. sought I . a- oi'l, H.-. e
tin* pl.iiiititl.i hiul >i"o piiiii.ti y iiite-i. ,*;.
Tne 1 .nd v. a/i vol t'ut'.i-, aiul il{ov
toi.hl only "bt mi t.i iiilt-i'-jl i-ncli'-i ll *���
iM.ncial Att. and Lhi'i e iv ,i - no 'i"tssi-
ty loi tlu ihull' to h�� "al imi up i l ..n\
othii ...i.n.''than th a cl tlu" e otnn mv
I..it m my in .mon the oi mci-pl"" upo'i
whi-'h t'.ie-o t"i*ii*j���have been",.' tuU.1
I', pq Lilly aiip'i'Tble in Un' p, e^-nt,
..ne. The si 'lu'. e dt * l.u i - i'uit mu-,1
!>_��� bo'iie \Mii-iti(; ",tned hy lhe p iiLy
Wiio del iit-d the liust .md the to.ut
,vi!l taKt1 hiihl (ii" _:��� no.vh-'li.ii)'iiil' i��~
iv-tiL.'lj si. il-s-.i. a-~ri'\'.\'il- .vitl hf-'M ".
in 010=1.1' to e"*iioi,'') ihe ttusf; ai.il T.
t.i.i hii l no euse v. heie ill" l.'UatJ and
ih.0 '.l'aiiiksL'ii'.iii of it. both boi'ig by
p.iio'. vit'n" h hi valid.
Ciiiiiil'ejliaiu, when he mnio -."���.*
���lh'.dav il in t.r:"li~r to ijbi.u!~ the letoul.
k*'i' " L.LiL I'le liL-'idi'-ir- o1 tli,' Ij'i .-
-b'li'j i r.i.ip .nv v OitJV/T.-Lti' h'.nl, yet
3i"J'? the.e won no huildT .;..��� on lln
!io i,1.1, ,'i.ii Mils t'liiti'i.', .is.!-..,'��""_. s,
with a .-pn.il s(*,1,5,0,1.1 on fio'ii i.it
-. etiTi i.i.r, and I b,.t I h.- : ->t (.iut b nd it
i1)!! not l'l.ittii. U.idm It.."' t .i must.mees. is P.'j'ii, .^ei.n h.i'_ i,o i ������"";'___
.mi'. sect'O,' 12 lo l il.o u.) l'nl on
vvhith biiuiliiics an- t'lettod, tne lie
fenilaiils C.uipir.!_;tiniii ..nd iltGuite
ue *'ll ll-ii lo butt.'.-I lo tli.o i'-~U"it~
llio 0*'j'. Jj'. ; ii inon suns' h" biiiit'd
lo I'i'i }_,:i_i'.'id Oi.'_.;'.' eT ~_i-_ laiil ot-
tupe.l uy lh ��� Sun- un" (O.-p.-iv':,
h i I.'uv-" .od tit--* \.iili' we ihi'i'i'i'l,
"l.d ih-' ii > d 1.1.i-l I ,' ,"'.;. "n'r" 'ete,;d-
'.'i^'y rJ'l'*> .lie .il. ' t "iti l1 llio a..
iti|i"ii'tion I.i i ' '.ii-. lh- e'e.M, l. ol
w.isle upr ,i Lbo !. 'ids ci lh i tlohl U.i^.
.Tl .-i- a.e -ki" t'luit -I to ,u'V el ii i ���.������', -
).._:"'. ','.t-l. ���,_.'--.w,.i - u y^, ~",j0 p.i-1*
-Inne e o'lif ut , ,' ., .iihsf'";.? o'Ti"'".'-,
of the '���} A,'. 11 'j;, a e onl -,',d to jki,-
-i_*.').i rl iii lhc l uuihiif"* .j'.uth wilt-
iMif'.i'ti p' an' io tin- ictoiil e.f the (iold
Oug cl inn, u.^.'ti'.'i iii'.ilm nul.'.ne
"ilietil') The -'.u 'sv'ii.t- i ^.r'i' in - a-c
e-ntitv-M Lo lh^ . ..-I- ot ih" <r l.oii ot
'. un'ii.iLrh ,'u i>. V".o >_ht.is!' uc uo tn
l.u! I'1.11, .s lht . lt'iill" '. I* !')'.- Tlt'o
P'.st-   'i .ml i ei u.ii.ifllic hui'.ei.n >-j .iu."
I'll ill.ll 'V tilt .11 Ylhll.t ll". j III", l!,.1,
UlllVil j'.h '.ill . ",.l '.ii G',11".' .111 (' .ii' I- d
to the e.)*-ts oi !'ie aciiosi ot 'm-."
Su'iiiiiiii' ,i;;a a o iiii u> .'v.* , infhiii-
li.q; lht ti ia1. one -ei ���)�� to.ib lobe -i
o I at;, iii t "..i i th >.
^h". ',V. Tj . \. u , ��� D ahe, J , _iv. A.
K.-.ill'lt.l.ip-. cnunici lui The Smi-
sh'no louipai-"-, lild. JIt.W. Wh'le,
Q, C��� couiisul toi the delondunlb.
In i4��j Mr*s,i*.   "".Val'toll
1 i -
Ci'clcs���i~.'_ic~i~. ts ~M_'._i_r; Prepara-
t.ons���Th_ Causa of the Delay in the
Spaa:E~i-Ar_n:r:c-.n War���A Mjrder at
Rapid City���Other Ucvrs of Interest b7
V7.--e
fOl ia' to tilt Il��T3l<l
I
k i. s'.'h'd.i tl.i'.m nee* the ui.'.hi L.)~-~3i)n. Auu. 0.���Tbo M.,dr'ul coral "ii t'.it ! ' lj��i . but ehd not fol!.'i\"-Qi v I iP-nm..*.; t n. th-' D -dy .'I.ul sav.:
iti. i,p to t!i�� ".el ol iLseo.li . 1- u'.'j- 'So.iinS "ei.n u. an-vve'iiiK tne Aineii-
iii.i" .'a Ot'ioi.t.' lis- X .v ii-i iheni o.i-  . ..ii teim-. i-~ dite to-Mt iCiiiloy tit'ii'i.iiiel-
u. .r p '"' e-5'oa of !~i an ilo. und Saoitj
b ���-> . Th.-, h.is troused a &tDim of m-
eli'��.i.in'>'i ii s,��� i'i'i i oil no leadpi-aie"
.lit'""-.!!'; l<.,'.-.hel   li'clst.llltJ.
C.ii'on atr.toJ in thd house of coiu-
n. ii ** !'_.���_-,'.( ul.iy th *.t tlio jrovevniuent
h.i- j*. "ii niel iha t.-, ^-c a t. pov>. v is un-"
ile_'..C-'--_; to o'jl-.iu Pi'it Persian gulf.
The pi.v'tr iiii.)-..'ji:i'il is bind lo he
Ko si tti.
Unmh, Auf-.i-t  C���T'-,'" llouti-eal
il 'tl -d Jh *-- .s. Mi iZay , i'd Wi.ii'i, o I
Hl.'hi'sp, lu th.'h'.l''( . T'".t'y mc 'lunula
ol ip"ii'ni. mnl ar o.ito oi.il.til ..
'?iouu nu 11 ui= and are :im' -'. .votk
Ji'Vilt ,jim< ihe picpeity. Tii' lOK.a-
t ill.... ij! ihe i iin nul'. . .'.'tin..!'\ at-
li.'lhJ P*'>"-|j' '   "- ���> to th ' ih-3_i .Ot'i.lld
no' in". e,i..i(( iiiliiu, to ih-" best in-
Lo.iii J.n ", '.i he i l)-.i.iic3, -_)'.���.. 12 or
ii uui"- e.i th" leoj_;i 'b .Lik-tl. Tne
pioput*.  iioiviitii.   .&
.(���am  oi
.Ml oll"d   bv   the
-__.il) O.eMl   ti.iiuod
ai'.i ll.i.t
*oi.i des   oi "vho-e
_.   St if
ii.
"- l-i.it,
AM^lo-llusbian -
tOlt.MM     ti.illl  a     iti       th''       gl'JU.l    ill-ID
sfcihed A|,vii It ,1 h .- b. en 1. i.lt
iio-.i' .'. jL'.'it on t'-.e \ -i'ju'L'i i, oppf)-
** Le Lh ��� lev. "!' hoi *-pntij'- to the b.irn-
lii t ot ' L ' ehv ..if, L.) In - pio; -.ty. 'LhH'
claims the} toiiliol lot ji the led:;.-: to
the po.i.i wh.eie il b''nins io ciiop 'o
the south to ro='.h,'ll eioi-k. I'hi'
iMa ""s btijn-iel th :
p~ ")i>.:--i..i^ in . poea.M-.'te an
1,' |i.u<~ ii'1 ��� ��� Ll'.i '.iiii".' th.iii. i
i"i i i'?fi in. hf;:.s i��-v.0>~.- wii'ili h.i."-
he''.'' I: at i'.i some Ji raih-s, vari^_ in
'.vi'hh, ii i- :io~ h-;e '-ecii-i t. he less
Ll.an 'cj f jr-i Ji, *n \5 qv eiy appeaiance
ol .ii iojojcip. .",i-'-.r>. V/.-lioLt. ar.d
y'-ae I law ^um'c two b-iafts. s-uii" -<)
I'oei. '.) "-ohd ne v.lnh t.ii-L.es Oii'.v
ilakf . e : i.iv.il/.. Tho oie is a vnixlitie
ol pi-uhonie, m.iiio -Ic, galena :ind
~s.nc l.lt nd; Lh.i'.ion ��ue-i pu-domiu ...
i'.'.; I'li-y aio iit'.v .-lOt-ii;..* >'.i .\ cun-
ntl v.h'eh. th"y ipljud to rua into thi
i ito ot ihe Itflsj-* to < "..W'j l!'."i!i id j
e i ii��s_.nt ami il"'* t'U.n- i_ p'ubt'ih-
.-..ii-:*tare :- spi ea.l'.iit_; h.-yotal politu*-!
ru tiej
liiiukti     is    bfiiousiy
.     The
de pi. a-etl.
Mi'*; ri l.u raii-.c; it-poits are tonvr.g
t.'O'.'i .cvi.-.-l ij.~ii~ai-* that I.u**sia lb
making j_io.it -,ii-ep..i.'.Li'"iis which indi-
eati--* ili.iishe ib deliberately fiacuig .a
eiis's in the * east. Diplomacy^ is
fir-tiie
..!!.!    Si-.
t aie nol so 1 e .'.i-'.i lai'itnil
oidd 1 het.wet.i-. l_j..T.de n
ti'ni
The   wires,
l'elersliiiiif
I.a~ e '.iet"-, i.HiiiopohzrNi fur the p ibt 2t
!*o '.i-i b;- ir- v e-i ii'i'.ont hn^ines>~i.
O.U~:t~~>.'VfcH, ii in , August C ���During i ariimtt..-"0 v 'IC R lP:'^ LJity hisc
night about il o'ciocK,  Ckmh  n_ir>e?il
t;!i>-i!es lien >* iei-i-iv-eci irjui'ifo Lc h'__3_
he ul ta.is'u..; deUh.       _,.t   ,
i?J-|l_.-Iw       I..1.K     LCK".!
te Urate ti St.'te^ Army r.'ust bsHovet-
ct Once or Pe: tsii.
Sastiago he Cciia. Aug. 5.���Suni-
poiiettatea the 'tion  cap in   ehtfeient   ?,,ei,lhel'����- �����> U".~-*^ihe .umy-T.-.to lhe'
rlitobi.ilh  most mlei.-t'ii^ iesult*s.   '.'Jt0.r!or   ^   S'J-U   Louis,   whoro   it   is
lu one r's! nice  they uncoven'd  p>i-
jiiotit".  liiiitioihei tnov h.iit* folki\\r.J I
a  "li'iia li-al uui.l thi'V h.okf  into al
i '._.,< t -���-i
At. ai-olh'
healthier.
.'\s ;��� i-"b.dl  of the ronft'ioRCP. Shaf-
('-_��� i.ih  :n-*.-ij   'jp.i;-   the   iiimir.hate
"..i.e. v. i. i. i���r'-. ui.iiu.M-ic. J v '^iii-.*wai of,tht-n.. ,ny noith wilhin
po.ui lhc".) h,i-. .��� i.ntoveied '
eiy o,  oies  ihi.L l.
i'1.
.ma!
���i. ]i 111 eiv n"r
1 ii...ni    f
Lei!   tie.i'ii'.ei.-.   lo    ���*!��� iti'iiiiin   t:u-". '
in l.'M il   p. -sj-- >i tic-.      Zhf   le I, c  .'io-1    .r,    ,,, ,
U,-"-ih" li'pe.e-ifmv of a  sre.a I     -tup o!m ena a.-.huon cumenes I'eportr
-pfcsc Briefs
^  .,,     _^.L  ���   _.^,^.      . mon come
v.ii'ty ot   luMiuiAlt.      pi,' n;vi.'lei**   al'J?r*'- ���
ii tve X, -i-i c ii.a.-.ued v. .tn tj-.e li-.sb a*.        Co5 >s has been tonliimed.
��� ) .'ti
Campos sfciongly favors peats.
Distress is leporled among tlteGaspeJ
Bsheimen.
_A  tire   c.-uiseil    S>9f),0W  damage to'
_v-..tG;.ii._ "*.ii,". tr-itv -K'Steiiiav.
11(11  'nil   .'���'..
i li,. > .1  i.Im
'     'it    7'r,--     Tl
vi"ir.'-,<-i>=j-r.    �� ;. i;-.-.'ij-,
i is _ii*��:t!t.:; v.;   Lr'.ftvit-.'jl
The Pio.pect-; cf ?. Tih-.i.-,;?;   Doo.r.   on
Fajuo'-*; PUh Creek.    "-
Tuoitsos'_.. I_.\.m;' sr.,   .Ac/    !���'"..
.11 .'  l'-llilI-J^   iri l'     ..     '..i'i   llj;     b  III   11     ll'      "
���i'i"   th'-   1.11.     'li.i"   i.r.i.'b   un   I"h-*h
Ci i'k and in ti !h,il.it it's are snowing
up Monde:tully well.   The :ise._,*,-niii|it
vvni'k  l-.i'S bi'0'.M;ht   i nl leuea    e\ttpL-
ioi.i.ll- fino ',' eji.in^ oi o.
.lot' iJoiul'.i.-i,  *-.f   Tt
ol tlie MU..1.1. 1/ . '..a -. i
onl T,"j i ii-1 - of hi..!, c  id'eni��  in  t*
days m ii'i i." ) f.n *  \i
tin'   pi", i ������ iy     11 e~ .li_
fiiir/i.c. j. " 11"
l"'t"auk Fi.l.-ii'r, -I'.;v '���"'. Rvv .'..,- '���
eh'ibon. ol Xi'\v liieu'k'.". I-, ii,'. ii o!
the I'.iyni'im.'--, s'tiinl. Ii in ~li>l i.k
e leek havi' i;i.c.i lo ��oik lo i_���<t in i
'. tuiLi'l <"i I Inn iiiopiily, whito .id-
jii'iii. llu ilcalrIt<".
���f   Ke'liv.iiv ���*'..'.   T.C.   Pe.ii.l,   I'-.*-1,
��� oib   an.l   iiut   omit'.',   i.    il'e   Midij       ',Oc>A-i
knovv n    '��'���" i.;i.i i'    fiini,'.   siln,-l.'l  ri.;
[kill . J.'.-k, i. "������'.".!- m"i> Io tl       j" oi
to put ni  *o'ii,'   i.i'1.   -i\rii   i   ..   '
Ki'ltii'^ e.ie o:. thi  i*��i up .   ."  s|..p"    i
to the bi.u Ilo;. ' ,'   ,    *
i*       ���.-. -i     -, ���., i  '~  I I- ii
in :i   l_."i'iy   "lid     le'iii     Iiovs ."���)*_- [._.;)   l;
ov. Hit n     I'I      tb
kuov-ii.i   tli.-*!
-.unii' '. ei;  I.    h
piopovty this   io u' ..
hot.I'vii,   bi.ilo.ny; a ;
- iv. si, ti'.i.' ' .due ct ihu oiu as tn_
*.vn. k n i. p: rifjrt bseel has not been ab-
c ei Limed, li lhe vahu-s bhoulcl con-
tinni' low ppade the huge body of oie
should, in a uMbciniihle u.i'.'.sure tom-
���riim.~i__f'J__iil^_.  J''',c'i"n>.    Pi ,' i-\ e.'i j
llu (it,,*   li l -I, tho '..ilii.--"=~~lrouTn���hr--{���T-. :-h-Oi_^__t_lA\__hy_i_: likelyJto run
en a !��� at dev i>J .p'luiiL pioji *----;, lho 1 '������"��� >'i)rtI'.S r.'eo-'. '"   ���
b'i.   h'dKe   mi-*-    at I.in    mi  e-i\i..!)'.e       ",Voi_ liai  beo'i  stopped on Lhe V;
pioi; nii"'.e-e'.ti l._.oi,bto. <M .im^ duiip- , v. & i: i-u.wuy -utvi-/.
()f I ho JU *>\ lill'"'. .t .1        _��� -r l     "    -1* .   ,
'iho!   l.-...na,li;,li>.   ^������i""^^"i,x:vim_.n^_lNh)K?"l-S0!d'��rS lU��S1Ck
S'v Ther*. 'Cipton douiited ^'25,000 to
Ui'I ui toMfoia,.ty v ah ih. sli.l-c nl
Lht i e k V 'e of .ko i= f.n e). L ) m'.s iv.
.'.,. I ill cVp_ e.i iho in'.^'i tonfoiiUb
ii iti.'. lie ii.)'- e)f iho j;,-...-,.t! o.itoiop of
Llu' iipitjliboihood. To the iv��bt anei
I'ltnnti]':   pn i!!el ">~;:th   li.e l-d;��e is a
"Alt-MiiTi-.-ia Ti -ist."
The o!_iccx"~ en" tho  Sixth  M.ts.-. ichu-
setts aio tli.ns.*_rt With incompetency.
-ill'o-.Ls ai�� homer nude to inl: Dilute
ji'iii wo ..iiotli'-easi  i,   mo Vnmi'of T-.'aiositi vi.sa A-.iiei-it-a.
hui__liir.o.     ho lot  a*, iho  It- !(-;���" vi ���._-      ,.,, ,   ,
ti \er-d Lh. ,e ,-, In   be   wH   ���>,   orrii''     lbe tiop icpoils fioin lhe piovmtuil
i*--i  i i.._..'���? I """l    tei". .lejtial     pn.nts    me    nio't
��� i.iMuable.
,.e n ;L j make
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O. . J-l T), Citizens
of Revelstoke.
We tako thin opportunity nt
llie en'i oi our vi*:ii's Pcsim:**',
to t"nnn 1: yon 'for vour kinel
piurcnage so lil.ariillv (.xt.-inl-
_<1 te. u* 'in tin- *.._*�����.'ini'l nisi
wish io i-nll y-'ir mt.-mi,.'.i it.
tin' fft'-l llml ive have' ju-U
rt-ti-ivi-l tlie li.-'i't-t   i.nlur of
Drugs and Chemicals
e-v.r    iM-C'iifl   iii   Rive'.' *e��.i",
iiir>.,c- from Cm' iiinnu-Iue-iur.-rs
em.l irn|-.,r:eT>, llio .pinlity of
{ v. hicii v.'t' gun run tee.
j     Our Prices arc Right
nnel we MuOy ie. please. eiur
e-usto.'-'.-rs.
Our Store
is Open Day and Night.
for eliii.cnling. ,"~S!,~-We solicit
mail ureit-rs aii'l. givo thi'in
prompt utteution.
No. :_ i.s reported six hours Into today.
The Ontario legislature meet*; today.
THE OUTLOOK
The mining industry in  this  section
The United Slates- paid tho Behring i of Koolenay i-
Sea claims of $ IS.5.000.' I ment r.i' promise'.     Mine.holders  who
,���,     ,-  ...  ,,    _ -,. ,1,.    have: been "mine!  poor"  for the past
The hinted State, will  assume  llio ,       . ,.,v;���.,���.i
Livo years nave l,al<e!i hold iind mleiitl
lUteiion Com forts.
Somo ouo makes t!it> ncii-irnblo sup-gos-
.      . .iii Hon'tliat'h-'in the oilier pu.iaof tho Iiijusc
a  very-important, em-| utile now convenience- oro ceiustnn.lv bo-
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az��$ U3
JZriOZKliGSKlSlg&iZZjy-
Canada Drug & Book
Co. Limited.
loss of its cilizons in L.'i-.o,"'*.
There is nol, a, vacant, store or tiivi-U-
ing houso in l-ovolstoko.
A committee ol' military experts wilt
report on lho defences of Cii inula.
lo develop their.most promising claims
themselves; Ihey firo rapidly selling
out of debt and with iuci'e.-ised prosperity are buying more freely of both
the lii'eessiLiec. and luxuries of life.
l!i-.'i'e.'i-"i!    eu-i; shipments  means t.ho
case's of sickness in bis coiim~:iu.l.
Murray Hume roi urned from a llife
weeks' visit with friends al, Nelson on
Kat unlay. -.-���
Tbo crop reports from (.urborry nud
Manitoba and Northwestern districts
nre.favorable.
*" l.evelstoki' Directory Tor sab? at
all t.he town book 'stores. . Price with
map,.50 cents.     ���
*"J/\ shipment of eggs-'nnel choice
dairy "ontler just- received . ilit 0.15.
IInine & Co.'s. ".-"������;.;��� o
? The? Ladies Aid of the ..ielhodist
chinch intend holding, a lawn parly
nexL'Tiiesday evening.
Complaints, oflhe neglect ���':. of sick
soldiers iin file U. S. transports havo
reached Washinglon.:.
; .hiiiies _ Inrtin, -I.P?P.,-of Rossland,
who has returned from the coast, went
south this morning to his home.
Jar. aiid Mrs. B. Godehird and; children .and Miss Polly Savage loft hist
evening foi' iv lio!iehi.V lo the coast,   y?
A good el_.iI.of building, is ?still going
on in, town, .and railway ..employees
elsewhere are' enquiring; fni'; houses.al-;
inosL daily.,  ,   ,?   '.'?���:__''_-.-���.;,���..."
,'��� John .Hntchings.,; of ythe firm? of
Ilnt?chings_-P,iiey,ii-irhoss :ii_l saddle;
.makers of 0al2;ary, is?lopkii)g;.-fLei. his
interests in:town today. . y
'��� .v.?*-jL'h.c liEHAi.i) hib/ofticcTnayi'nt he
?tlie?(hii\r?e>ne:ihLo\vn,?biit-y:i!-yce~i"Laihly
is l.hebestjprico; qnalit-y.-:of stooli-niid;
���I. M.,_-e]lic. MyP, P.,-has opened-a :We.)i*_ivi.u.ship considered?-?? -yy
.T.is. Gill & Co. iiro having sonic.ilter-
fieurr.-il .Shaft-i" reports   over.. .,001' j (li^ii'ibnt ion of many additional   thou-
LOCAL JAHDyy GENERAL   NEWS
'?'* 9:30 at 'llie "-Vie. for it sand wich. "-,
--��� -p.-.-. y.... . y    ��� ; ���       "��� ���' . y,:- ������_
Rich linds are reported iilmost daily
all over ihe district.   . -.'?-'?
The first train will probably pull into Cranbrook this 'week. ��� .
Another large puck outfit with supplies feir'the Big Bend left Revelsloke
on Monday. :       : y .
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
has opened  a branch  oflice at Cfan-
'vbrobk,'B.?C.JJ-??."'-J'yJ.   -
? An immense .���."mountof fruit is being
handled bythe Dominion Express Go.
here this season.   - yy:-.,?'-':-. '������'--..i-f
- Mr. A- ,_k?l-hipps,accountant at:the
Imperial bunk, is away on his holiday
trip to the coast.; ( -:?:?..-.???-?,-:. /?���'
yMr.'JE. JC.Steele, Imperial ;.-.luinlc;lcrl-
���gei", ? keejpor; /here', is. confined -lo.ythe
- house;throhGrh:ilhi(_-S.?r?:?y:y?y-?iyy-; y:?:
: litisiiiass office next to T.E. T. Taylor's
. office in lhe Cowan block; ':??
-,-,':.There, are over 150 bicycles iii lown
now.-, What's the Shatter willi .forin-;
iiig: a cl iib ii nd ei' tlie  auspices "of ? th e
?o.;~vv.A.:?'.:J??JJ-JJJ?JJ; ?.Jy? ������?..., JJ J
������"���;''���'���*'. ~VAi,viAT,l7r: business;'properties em
McKenzie and   C.-iniphell Ave. foi' sale
_nt. low-; figiu-ps? for cash.; Apply- to
Grogan & Co.    :?    ? .'.'?:'-v?'?;?"y.-,
"A protest hns been entered :.hy XV.
Buillie,' the - nnsi.iccessfiil ��� ciui'didato?'
against the election of Col. ?Bakei- in
?Ko"ithp.ast;r_oqLena.y.'. ?:?y, ? ���'���:���
y Hon? G. E. Foster is at; pres- hi? nt
Nelson, having gone in by vviiy of the
Crow's Nest Pass.    The Conservative
.association'has- invited him to speak
here.? .'.- ' it  ���
ff. Chas. .Field returiied on Saturday;
evening from1 a? three- weeks' "'visit
through the'south connti'y.:_ri". Field
also visited b>s in:no.~ near  Pil'-t B.-iv
and   renorts'���'���'.. Lhe    properties   looking
. splendid.     y
Eel. Aduir left.yestoi'ejiay-with men
nntl a paekj train of-.supplies .for the
Adair croup on  Laforme creek.    Mr.
.Adair Intends Lo pnsli development
work on these claims this season   with
^iuiPfo_epvJ?y?^y?r^~7~r~:'??-,:. ? ���:;-:y-;-~^��===
Hl-ir.k Boss'is survoying the ; Iiu titer
and Trapper oii Pool creek for a crown
erant.~ He expects to .commence, further elevelopi-i-i.t y.-oik at ail oni-ly
elatei but already he h:is an excellent
showing of si lver-ioael ore.
T . it not about^ Lime that thn cilizeiis
of "nv��.l?t'.'}~<~'.'who a'-short time ago
: a-keii for and l-eeeivi'il from the pro-
. vincial governnie;ni; a. special"act (o
..'ac-i"-.1. rate the ,incoi por.-'.tion of: this
-.-.town. took.:��Oiue. furihei". acLic;!]:.upon: j
the matter one wav or the other.
atiohs inadeln iheirnew-: store ?to .ac.
coinodale tiieiry importations?: of ?dry:
goods,'':'" whjelii-iire expected ytoyiirrive
next .veek-yy'yy?;      .'.??���?.'?:????.;?      ;-..-
''-. Chas?M'cRohahh'i.hi-? 1~opiiJaivmniiii?;
ger (if:the: panada Drpg:':&?Be;iok iCo":.
reliirnerl IV) tpwiiyTroiny .Nelson :tm
Satiirduy: night :aft-cr?anjihscenc-of
tvv'o.ui.onths.?"; ?���?:.?������" y:^?1:'- ?.'-: :?������'"
-?G.?F.?:Ciu"li?-is i;enioyiiigyhisyelrug
;store to.;��� Iiih'.-.,y��railt ? preinises ~in Lhe
Taylor hlock?where:?!he; line'steick of
driigs,? toilet Jirticles.. elc, will have
aniple l ooiiiToiydispliiy.??  y :?: y
- A nnihber of Povelstokers are? taking
ailvantuge of the cheap '.return Tales to
tliuJlt'iiicyon Jltet Springs, and; are
speiidhig? Iheir JsutimitM' Jiolidays at
Lhat: most, he.ilihful anil:.plp;isahl-ri--
sprt,.?'"':���,.;.,;_:'."'���;.?.���??��� ,-:-;y:y:;-:,-, y.'-'y? ;,.'������'
���''''S.r.'.itlieas't'Ki.ie'tihiiiyyis experiencing
eniiti- a: miuing hooni this?-sumnier.
TransjiortaLion fhciiiLio'? has?be.uf thi?.
direct cause.: -.Bufc.-vvhen LhoyBig ?Tieh.t
and L.-ireleaii fire t;ip!>ed by railways
vvatch iiur ortvshipinents.;. \      ."
: ���''      .-'       .'���' ��� :.      '.'-..u.   o ��� ���. .I'-"'
.-��� The :Gi~ldsmith'L".i!"'i!e."iu .--.Company
are^ pushing- dovelopment    .(ih ."tli.eii-:
.-iinds of,dollars  in   Lhis   dislrict,   lhe
employment of bund reds  more men,
hii.Toiisi'd wages, larger railway tinltii:
anil makes tho merchants eiilliu .iastic.
in  ihoii'ifports   of   trade   prospects.
The   outlook- is   LhaL   lbe     uoxl   six
iiieiulii.-i will show  a   decided   business
ioviv.-il.    ln_l.be south country  trade
shows marked rcciipi-ralivo leneleiicies,
uiiiinly     ."ilLribtiteil     to. recent - new
strikes on many. prospocis and  sleudy
developiiii'iil.   ."ilong   willi   oro  , sliip-
inenls.      Industrial   activity  and Lhe
expenditure   of   even small  capital is
bringing     abiiub", Lhe   revival.    Many
new   enterprises aro uiiiier   consideration and a larger demand exists  both
hoi e and iii the'east. for .slnires  iii  all
sorts of companies.     Last season: the
scene of activity vvas  more? evident in
Oevelbt,oke,il.sell',:biit novvLhoLowii is
nearly buill up Lo Lho requirements  of
tlie.busiriessirion and .hoiuo-seekers,.s6"
thai a lull  may  he   ox'pecLetl  possibly
vuitil the.-railway' eniployees iinel  Lheii"
families    iirrivei. hero   this?fall,; then
iigiiin   Lheru will 'have   to   he   more
building done   to  accommeidat'e  over
2,o00   pfy.-v'; population.    :Thoymohey;
jioople here havo.now has been and   is
being iti vest eel in in in ing properties in
dilterent..portieins eif North, Roeitehay;.
nnd ill though lliings seem '-'quiet: "there.
is ii nice  men' (at  w-ork,? niore .powder
arid   dynainitedicing iised   ."ir.el (more
iioluaiore shipiiienls.tiian eluriiig'yuuy.
previons seasein? rThis season, opened
kite,: bub before snovvfantHorer-will? bo
iii iiro'���.��� th'aii ;a? elozen : actual ..ysliipping
uiihes iif(Lhis(distri_t'(of?vvdnch .wej.;cah:
Weil iici preihd eif?    Then our BigBencl
pl;icer_: (diggings "in iistytiotj-be::: over-;
looketlhoweivci",; biit (of?this .we??.vvill
hiive.seiiiiei.hiiig to s."iy later? on;?iisy.-i
IfKiiAhDymaii (iiilehds ttikiiig.-iV-Lrip
intot.he. I-'-'iid .shortly  and will  p.rbi)-.
ably( witness? the  first? clean (up -ofythe,
French e-reok.:-The (Pieise'herj-j.toi).: on
Ciii'iies creek,(.will  he(visiLed,yas ?wi!l
filsb miiauy?oU'or valuahlo,.j'pi'op.ei'ties.
aloiigLhe Col uinbiii river??;. y(?-,y(:y.((y
iiiK uildod, ua tlioy uro soou in tho tlioii!
from timo to'-time,'bo tlio kitcliuu com--
forts should (io (/ono over unit euro taken
tlmt thuir supply knops puco Willi lho many
niodorii oonvtuiicnccs in Hint lioiur.hi. Of*
ton this parti of 1ioii_u1:v'u]iIiik Is onbirul;
:lt_nora(l, -and'mnlelu no on ovcrcuiulng.
euuiU hiiiulleitipH in tiiolr .work ,nil liny
long, *n"li loll tho mistress vroulel tie vory
cjiiifk to remcilyi- hor nttcnlioii vviiscnllt;:
to tho 'matter. Kinoi-ceiii';.' iimkOKkifl!* :ii'c
very .valiiablu, of '.-o'li-f, nt tiiue. when
tlio oiuorgoucy ronlly i;sit:ts, but to liimii'cu
tho gonoi-iil liousuv.ork girl in si'city hitch-
on with old Cushioned, umviolily uluju_)!_
Is not w!so.   ���
Clilldrcn nr.il rr__h Air.
A grout iloutor onco rt'iiiurkt'il Hint but!
vcntiltition doforins niore children nml ilu-
ctroys more health thr-n ucciilonl or plng;uo.
Unby 'should.' nuvor ho put, to bleep in heel
or pbruiiibuliito-.ewith' tho botid iinili-x
tho beelo-othiiig, to iiilinlc tho air nln.iely
breathoel mid further coiite'.niiniiU'd by ox-
halations from tho skill. " i'ou ino siuoth-
oi'hig tho lito but of your olilld'a lungs,"
an unxious mothor wus I old not lann ngo.
"How vvouid you li ko to drink tho vvutoi
you wash in? Woll, when you oovcr your
baby's, head up, you forco bha to'.'uso'uii
that is just as hiidmid just as luiimrc"..,...
Agent for the
Biici.enscierfer
Typewrilei-
- TO.-B-A.:��j13~~E~> X2_*T
. Did you ovor suffer tormont from a shoo
tight in ono siidt"' "iloro is n roiuody for it:
(Apply, sweot oil to tho stockings whoro tlio
rub comas. :. It Is biictcr than applying it
to tho boot, hoouuso in softens the insido ot
theboot whero it is noodod insteud of tha
'outside?-;:?-::-';-? ",.-���'���:���'.���"������'���     .  "'???:".--: '-y. ��� ?��� -.-:?-'���.
Boiling water ought novor to bo poured
over ten trays,-japanned goods anil tho Uko,
in thiit it cracks the vnrnish. AViisb rather
with'warm vvntor, a soft spongo uud a vory
littlo-(soup. (Swuoc oil is good for taking
out marks mado by hot things.
Gents'? FurniBliings;
Boots, Slices^ Hats, Gaps and.
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Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade  in   i lb. Jars  and Alb. and
"',.  7_lb.-.Tins. [���������: -?���;���--J J?'??'?..':(-
Crosse & Blackwell's Jam.      Maconochie's Pickles:
Tetley's and Other Choice Teas: yj   ,.;-   ?       (
A Well Selected Stock of Dried Fruits and Canned Goods.
Mother's: Mush, an Excellent  Preparation  for ? Porridge,
:   J    /   Especially Adapted fbr?H6t Weather.;?
A i Large and Small Cheese.    J J ; Freshly( Ivladey Butter.
New Laid Eggs. J? -   Hay, Oats, Bran^ Chop, &c. J ? y,
MISS? SORLEY^-,
s2.*3jca~L.
FIIISTTMTIIE FIELD.:
Bn37j|Eriiit! u-,
and?'-SrG eerie s'r
?-,1'Iial - are (good. (Wo .probably
(y ?linvp Uie, bi-t.'stoed* -inyiown.
. Our fruit business has incruiisecl.
?:?:(?(toysit('li .'.(proiiprtioiis (Hint; ivo
("?(y lir.v.o'it -rriviug eliiiiyytliiis;bo-
J:y?iii|j.rresli, lUHlive(guiiriuiiee it.-s.
:yyVqniiiily;: Our; priceis jjoi'i.eiuaur:
??(.; tities-���:for.- canning .5iuiposcs���
yy (iiro iin._iivi'iy tli.clpvve-tiiillie
'���pf-' Kodtciuiy.���-':������-. STrZ^- Mailyorilurs
'_-;,::-.!jiroiiiiuiy lillc'el?  --;; -y -i.(J? ���??
I'upil of Mr. Wmi IT. Slicnvooel,; of New
York nnil Cliicngn, unit Jlr. Ilrnust Wliyto
of Ottnwa, .will receive pupils for.lii-triiti.
tion in piamifortc pliiytng aiiel singing.
fJgt-Stuelio.iU llio -i-Sideline of 'Mr. "J". J.
y tirahuiu,-vl't'I-oiDiit'. jVve. : : ro,
l'ltOM?
M
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property   on?T(>()ol"Tn~e~~~~~
favorable    resiili.'
-? This ITEKALn ? a?(few yweeks agh
:charged?the Coast papefrs:vviLh'?iieglecL
in iioL.ke..epii!g(in. toucli ivillhliie-great-
miniiig.iiiteresl.s of ..'British.? Columbia
;ind Kiiotonay. in ]);irLiciilar, .'and iii.
boomihg tlie Yukon ��� coimfry to the
disadvantage' of our. own : province.
The Vanchi-,vi;i"?(\ye)i-!i.l lins lbe.?following in reply.(wiiich Tjik I(i?Er:?vijp'.takes
uiiich pioasure in roprodiieiiig:
-:-:V.ro ol'Serve that, several (of our, i_".'-';
iOrie-.r contempoi-irics .are :: alleging : J
that."..-il-.e press of ^aticonvirr-aii'd V':c-.|:
tor:;', always iiegiecteel,' to report any ;
det--)':!.-; of the great progress, that has. j j
ar.d i.s being .-.niaile 'in. the. mipor.il de- j i
(vtelopment of .-(-.iilhei-n iihel southeast- it
em British Cohnnbia. and ,,'thp pho.n- 1
i pnifinal;'.. results   '.\vhi_Ii' --'listva.-' boon ji
THE STAR'BARBERiSHeP
-'-'(:. J-'?::(y??v?:???��#'��;#'#-;:?. ?:--"'y
Candies aud,?,.:,'    .(:-:??:;>'? Cigars and?
'-:���':Confectionery:y if.7i.-f ?yy yToliaccos.
��S?~
'���'���'������������ t All'_kinds "of. Sliiiving, ..Miiterinl
?"~ " ICcpt in: stock nnel iforsaio to tlio
-::'>'-.(-��� Trade.   Prices right.���.-,-���-.:
Bath RopihinCohiicctioiii-T'Hbtor,Cold?
_;';:;?.. :sii6p-oppositoii..;:..?;yyi>.;; 7'i7''f7:7'ifi::;7f..
.?���',:?,'-.'?''.C-iiiiilii-.l,)rhs'iic'-,lib.olt; Co.'s. sjore? (::?;???(
?: :J U J: J (1-^ &&��%, i a
'v,:,;;yy.;:Ol:'--a.?
-._V3iS3_. -.'���
::P61ivorod fresh every eln_-.(iiiii.t:tloii'.t i-piisl
(yourself over a burning slovo.'.?;.  : (;;:?���:.
(SCREEN DOORS
J screen;WINDOWS
.Inst vvh.ityou rtupiiro to keepyor.r  house icooi iinel  kt)c.p;
out 'the' (lies.      \V_r can  fit-ybii  out? iii (linythihgyiii  tliis.line.:"
i--'''--!lhel'i;vviro.-:iu'iis(iuito;'''nel,tihg''fr6n'i"'I.~i'.cuht&';pi!i'?y^
yhiuges and(dooi' pull.."-.for screen eloors, 25 chiits per.set? y Coiiloil?
(stiives? siirgli!.>i.h_l:ili)!.ble;ih^
(oil stove's..- ( Prism?.! itjiiid, pain Is iihvays.on hanil.??    ((':' :,?::(?''?;:
wmmmmuem
m\
Wb
"'??'J:-^jJS?sdr^:?-jOods^-
'7UuU:UUUUUUUiiUfUiD.wmO^
ffU��^U0ifm^
Tliev ai-'e on::i;he?wiiy^i!good fresh sLod^
���:������ ���7i7...:77i.7ii:7:77.f- f:'. 7 7.f:f77S:,r'7' .':;:7:-..f:77for'f.hs yifif:':v1'-;?;;-;"?'.::;'���-:;;??::?-:.?;-;?!:-'-'���-?,.-?'?
��-M^sw:'iU.^7"MmWiMP.:
lili|fo^i-iiiiif
'������;��� A nice^iiuwliiicfht^crvcecdiiigiy low-prices
.-���-.The easiest wtiy tp clour. putJluhy-V
J-ingsJis to lump (then),.or ^ot.iiicm?
",.a)l together;RliiKli the profits off tli'fc
j*riee"  iinel:   j<ive    y<>p.r   friiiiitls   nv.
yJchnj)co. 'rhntS'.vvIiat we^nro.vloin.^':
nov,-  i.nX'iietiille  .Curtuinsj.Ofiisliu;:
jCurfuins. Tinsel Oiirtuins, Clieuillo
: Ta'ble ;.-?(;overs,   .Tapatieso -^ratt i ng,1
-Rugs, Union .Carpets. Stair ;Ca.rpet.s,'.
\Vimlo\v Blinds,: Curtain .Poles ainl,
.Trimminffs, ��� Wr.ll  j'liiiers���tlio l',-nv-
Jinss o��;a si.ir.s;jn,K~salesJrdi.ni.e*l;ur>-;
to bo Ti'd'oi bofore iiivi-.L-ii.g,.AuguHL,
351 - :Price pi.'-skiv-ilj'-euts-_ii6ifigure.'���'���'
Don't xiif.3  this   el.anceJt.iicisu fc;.\*
'::dAy*:[.'!. -v;Z Vv-i-:,'. r-ihlx M!i
v:; ��� jRO HOvvSO^;"'&"-COm ��� jVJ
JV ������'"'.��� .McKWnnJa . Ave. '���
^.r"'-:"l^rv.^.*T**:A-*.*��,V '-J'J?;DAKKU
; Tavlor 3Jlotik; vM(.lCe.nzic: Ave.:;,
mi
&&
aviin -ivt'i:. . .. _ ...
having nhroady r is(e-oncerhod. ildo'es'pot? ph-afV" gwlty
to the e hai'ge. as, tiprjii every c,cc.i.-fiori,
vrhfin the .facts ivarrant'-cl ..o.isr rloing ;
'so.'' we hnve elcvote-iT sp.io,-?! tlie-reto, I
anel'lb at in ; nosLirite-d f'o:ri.. ( I.i';r:n j
'heforf- th';rf; was any 'iv>wsp��'pe-r in! fe
SouthC'i-n Koot'.'nay, . ���-.;���>"-1o-p.l:.iI'tr?.-.thi-.| ggf
railway...''iieai'.'"Brooklyn. .Tiie wages:j j*,~,jl.'jr.��' j'hmr;; tliis jpurijai. at, consid-j Sf
Olfered are from $24o S2.50 . per day. j ,,:.ahl<, c-xpens��'. se-iit a j-'peebel e'oiri---:-l?H?;(
Any person who may de-siri?to go tim'.j pondent.lhre.ugh that, i.:niii'it.i|.j* nhel io. ;��J
got ?ai:y ihfofimilion   by npply'ing iit; j ii)o( hianmir  in   which   Ui'-so'repiii'Lsj j(S
���:������-���    ���-_i-j-:*���))- iVv^-SIL-Ji-"1 -^tl^��-"jr'<K_7_^__i^-^ir___^.V_"_wi ;-,-'
Sa��-S?
'.Uhil'sr taking-a'hd'-'E.ir.'oalmi iig'.-
R.yKowsohy&aCp.,
.'y-; M-Clicni-ift Avo:
'1 ���'���:���
Wholesale- and-RctE.:! Dealer?-'-' r liri-itiira
���;..'.������? ?.--;-.v.riK.sr-;CijAss .::..,'������;.;'������ yy--
xteix&rmui^'^
-���-'���' :���'��� y____:_._l>_.'^_3,l__:i_L>.g._?__
struck ore, wiiich.has.made th'eMii.-yeT-y
oiulitisiastic overy. the, good... results
from so little, work.     y-
A ge:iitlcniaii was iii.towhyestcrih'.y
loeiking for nie.'i to vvink  on. the tiew
*>'��� -;"���������������*���  '-".?(:-?- ������;'"-,.-     ������'���: ^ff&
Lhej Columbia.I[e-.u'se.
re  in iiiti-d  and  circulated   liv l bis \ &
���   ���������-':     .- ���  ..:���:. .: ���-.-��� - .-   ..-. : i   __->/
���4.
, co:i(:yi li i
i-h;:.--,,,'
Wovkisliomgdone oi  the: Mohawk'���'       . .   .. .,.-,,.,
,",-,   ��� ,-, ,, c    eonside.'i'.-iblo i-i'odit t- -attriUuLahh
on   l'ool   creek  bv -Icssr:.. ilaniey Oc
Albert Spencer, the man who wns j liowhio. llu- owners, .ind th_ y have
found .unconscious in tho, hush .ne.ir \ shcwtHlu;) ah immoii^e- 'lihdy of. ore on
...the river hank on "Satin-day from lhe > Ir-dgj.' >._.. "k: which doul.ios the value
effects of sunstroke, nieii  in lhe- hnspi-] nf tij-a prope-i ly >t-   ihoy yih-i-.-nly  have
-y
tal on Sunday,morning, never
I'iug'Viii So. I Icigo.
I he^  elogr.-e  ofy pro'-pe-rity   which 'ha:; j, gJi
hoon .in   prngi'r-s_ 'ihei e -foi- .; s.-vor: '    '"
j voars.     It ii.-iy ahva vi Iwiii a  ,-*)'nc-- i
S;.t!'-f.'i.eJioii (ii'i^' li. noi" tin- eh-vi-hi'j
llli.MlIs'w'bicil   buyer   Ih-imi   ii'tk
in   Soiillioi'ti   !\<~.'-.t...'ii.(V: in   vvbi'ii   wi
la_el]?:"?:-!?
;:yRigBt(Ba(
.''"> h-.p.i J-rir^Jt'i^tort.', c-v.i.iinr-e
.'���h-'/' \:n;>f'l;<.- * Ij **; j�� j.ri';��i,,liH.'iJi. J i\ iUir
V"':'   h'''\'U '-';,-f-;t- n\l   n'r<M.n~)   Vi'liiMI
::.tj'jiu ������.y.iT.n-'r^ri'-'h\ty^Uu.:" l'/r.r-'i: nut},
"U r.A i'-K-.T: iti ov.f: iir.rr from   ua',-1
;��� VVf. .-r.!' ��� fi^rii'Tii* hh-t- Uftr vrrj-'-ht-st ���
Groceries
'Phi'-l-j  f|j.
gaineel consciousness.    The-  be-dy  vv:i*.i _._....,.       ��� ,   , ,, -,,,      ,-,
?hten*a!n-thbce.miU:i"^o���.'_JIo.i.lav'!,,T1..0'Ws.,-.o^ ���-���'.��>���  K��� hko��. -,
j as^e.i-intioij.*! piw.h-il triroiigh   tovi-ti
Tiv: li-ain^i-ni.'iuini'.el jthere
lh"   p;!i;,.i-  lo  "have j
- evening.'. . - , .,     .
I Siind'.i-v- ever.
llerelstohe is the'fiipply?. and  distri- j itl(|,,   ,Jj,,,:,vi
hu ting point of Xorth Ivooi.enay  and ��� ciin?io)-, nr..-! ,-i ben it lhV| -wore  served(at.
.'���'the., northern  gateway Ho  the  who'o i n_f.   ,.|((||.-|    [^volwl'iko,? whilo   oUhm's
Kootenay,  country.     Tiie    vv hejles.-ih- | w,i,,,t (o ,(;,,. c, p.. jj; diniuj.'hall nnd ro
roerchanls here report ;th.'-ir linsinov;; | ,ll(. Oiiioti lioi.-l.
ihci easing  every  week  nnel 'hre  nrnv"
competing   very  'favorably- v.iih  ah
corners,  the    coast   inchided.    lievo!-
stohe is all right,
i | tint   it.....shoulel l'''_l'orii��" in   uiirid -that ii.rffj     i,?,?
? A-Vith the growth of the town greater care shouid be exercised in eibs'.'iv-
ing sanitary regulation:!. The bent of
July anel August may he proelucl.ive
of sickness unless properyr.elioii is
taken. Slops and refuse? matter should
he properly buried, and not be thrown
out to fester in the burning sun and
breed germs of disease.
In this particular district, where
(here has heen just onongh work done,
to show that there is almost an ine:-;
hailstihle mineral supply waiting for
the hand of man to utilize it, thero is n
future bright enough to encourage nnd
inspire anyone vvho has a dollar invested in property or business, and to
satisfy the nio_t"sk'���_plical that this is
a good place to live.    A country with
���'such resources must he a  progressive
country, and a'progressive country is
ilinvariahly a prosperous counlry.
��� ether iheho-ir.."-; in thei __��
liroviln'i- .which "-���'. i!-:-.!iii .ve.i'.'lsv of! :U:
attention, aiid lh-.e aie- th." ngricnS- yV-*
thf: lumbering and ih" lishi'i-i;-.-, ar.d'to I y.^J
t.liesff-us we'll as to mining, vve h.-iyo
invariably do voice! oon-ldoriiblf attention. .Tlnireihas boon ,iriVi-s!<,(i?in the
lCooLoi-i.'iy counlry. au ' wed! as e-Iso ;
where Ihrdnghridt .Ihei, pi'Ov'uici-. ..con*-
_-!iIe.r.'!i)le:Vari( ouv*M' capital, r'p.wefi-ay.
pap; tal e I i-.iwii from .abi-e mil Iiy .-.people'
here vvho had faith.in l.ijti Yn'opositiemn
���-"-'.- ii' I!0.'I~I!1>T(H.I"I9 .S|r,-|-i>-y I'.t'
������'���'.'. i(:ii,,te'.: ii;:.; Jj:' flrieiet
'.?,.���;:,:,/! -fruj'.- : t-iol!!.:.!
-.,:i;vj:-v <Ii..forI(:-ii.in-, '���!:,,!.;.:
m-.-i "ri't.mety i>i.i~"__-r.; '_.-;,'-- :
b; i'-a- iirni./'i'tfi-c*" : ilii-lx-n
- e>e .If.'ir em tli', miir'Ki-t; ;
,)'r:yv t.-i .ii-i-r;-' k*)iel nrrive--:
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Ucv-:Istoke?D:rcctqryrto (YourFriencis^i
������"'���'���"lit'ive- die ili-O-liuiUoii yiiii nre'-skeil feir
���"��� unv-'iafter"elay. All about l'tcvolstoko: its
'':'���-":��� lin'iriiii'.si).resources; loeationy iii'liiililliints.*
?:.'business lions ei.'. e:oniineri:-c, tie;.���-;���. It isiiii".-;
."ciinipaiileiiy bv. ..it.lioaiillful -lUliograi'lieel
; :,"D-.ap of: tli_~.tovv__llc.*--."'-.Inileil :'to. any nelr.
,::;'.;-.':are��s'-for:M.coiit!i.-:;:.i:ii")ll��licil.:ftiiiiui.,.lly.':-~)y-
Jt. l~(;Pi-TTn'J]iC~",:REy_l^TOiu:?;B:,C.;;?:?V;??;*
���;?:?���?'���(::���?'.( 7 ff i '. (" -Notice?:'?':. -'(?:?/?' ?_'-.;���;. ,?(?���:���
;' j'.ll piu-tics Inilbbtort' to iiio.: hre.Terjuestotl-,lo
sotlle tlieir:ae:e.,oiiiit*.:.i.,i:fore the nlli oivAiignst..
.. fltir t li on nl I bii is will, lie pliui'ifl in tlie litiiuls
of a eolleiilor aiiel-Interest elnirgoii. ������;'���' y
y--,-y,-:-,-i".i:' :'-i: ���_::;:��� W-.XI.BlKNEYv-::
-J. ?,Advertiseini2nt:for? Creditors.. ?;
In iliij cs'tiit- e.t'��� ~i"lio"it_ns..-\v��IIh'dc;' ilbe'eiiiseeV:~7i"i~-~
7 ji'nke notieiethat all -iitirsuns iiiiving.. claims
against.Ilie.i'Bl-lu of TliiiiniiscWiilliicc, liUe of
llie town ol'vllevelslnke, H. (:., eleoeiisi'el, i_re
on cr Miefor.) tlie: 'JOlli- elay, eif' Aimust; ia'.:",
lo senel by-post pr.epniil to, the .iiiiilei'slgiieil,
Kolieitors'for liiO-J_._ci'.utor,' A: IC. Hilpps.-Ksej..-
tlii'ir Cliristinnanil i:i.ii-nu'.iio, lielelressos'iiuel
desci-ipiions. tlie: full partit'iilar.. -of- Ibeir
I'lainr, a. Miitoiuont of .tiieb" neeeiunts ami the
liiimrt) of.tlie seeiiritit'S (if nilyl liobl bytlioni.
. ,.I.)atoil tlieartli elayof ,tuly,A.n., IS'JS. ��� : .,";..:
���-'���:';������'.���'.. '���vVfiUTK i.iEi;e)TT,' ' ��� ","i'".'.-~, ''���?-. ::
..''���'���������.:.'''.'���������-���'!-��� .������>���'.'..-Hcvctsio-ei.ll.c;;,-; .,.-::- ��� -
-''."������-i-Bolicilora for tlie -Executor."   ..
Tbe sloi-k in tinelo of a first cluss genei'.ii
store for si'.le nl n--Inu'jiiilii'. y'-'J ill.*: Ktoro is tlie
only one in the town, niol i_-:iiie outliltiii^
store fi.r a number ..jf,rumps iiitlie llislr '.-I'-.-ei;
.'..'iiintry. 'i:he pro.iriel'.ir'is obliged to i^ei east
and is tb.t'refnn: ilcjirous to sell.. .
J-'orfurllier p.'irticuliirs itpply to -   --y   -
.--.������'.���... v:  -���    : y       -���    ������-. I'.-M: criT.o.N",
-_ :-_,;. :i'i'iionisi)n's (-.iiuilitig.
...Tliis :1s' a-gooel opportunity,for n live, cuer-
get-ic-iiiiin. ��� ?     ."...
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uni6n'bsl:
A'i'.u are rei.iieKtcil to look over my
"���(������' ''.-."��� seice'tstr.iik of. .V.............;.::..,:
.:.(.?Vje_)i?lN-e,(;i"ITA V.Z.. ���.':..:.'.���:.,'.
���"f" .     ~..'.'-.'.-M.\>-|jQiji~--..? ';.?..,.i........
..... jifiitN-Kit'S MOiiTlt oi:i;ans
.'..-?.,.'STl{INliti'iin(l.-(:liS!--()fSIK~!.-';'..
���'C.."..-. ''",     An osefilHuil slock __t-lo'iv prli'es.
.^  ��� ���(. ���    .>��� ������.
Tt,t.nr-(re:s, '.'A'jnri, S'nfi. ItetreNliinp Drinks,       ':
-llniioii.iry.yN'ijvel,-, Jnpnnce Curios, Kie:.
'Hats-
��� -��a
Chasj j.jj&oian
\, A beautiful lily is, lo hf'seon   iii  I iie
slii-.-e  ol' (;h:i*e. Ij.-'.'I.!oii'.,'l.ho  pi'ope rt.y-
6f.-Ii~.<~. A.Sfliip.    Wit bout,   eloiilitil
isl.be fii'.e-st. of its species. ('The  Onldoii
I.'.ai;.'!   Jiijiaiifsc,. T'lieie.;) vve:  have ev.-r
S0"ii   and   reflor-l'.*..grout't:re.dit   to   Lhe   ;n v.-hir-li-'t.boy' inv.-.trd,   rind   _he_. , s'i
lady who renn-d -mil e.-arod    for  it.;    ft; f.1)% !laVl, nr,,, yiedeh-ddho retioiits which
vvii'.d'.'l well i".--p."iy,''I(ivi-.-s e:f flowers  to j ;u,{.  ,.Xp0-f.u;d   e,f iheni.-  Ileiu-o. irivos-
call .-ind see'ihUhi-iiiLiful lily. Mors in this  city  and   its   vicinity   arc
The Iin _bi<: properly .��;i   Pool creek I."."��' ext.rc,ine-ly can-fu! as t.) the  m������.-
hasheen bonded .,,, Messrs. ,I:!cer&Co.|"-'y ,��'  w.i.��..i   l-he-y   j,l.-v��*   Uie.r   ovv.)
,.-,-,      i      i. ,.      ,..i-,,nm     ,,.      '      ,, icanilal a ne   thatol oii-is,
oi Kossland    lor  yl:_).(. If).    Pour   riieit-r-1""-'  ��� _____
were put- Lo work seven-days  ngo, and
after    four  day's  work   laid   some  :~.':~
tr.ns of1iighgi-H.de ore.  upon.the dump
run ely for shipment.    Tiie nre  is  very
similar lo that of the .Silvei-  Cup and
the mine promises to eclipse  anything
ye*t found in Lhat dislrict.
.EI1-THS
'-j'~-if*o:~���At Itevelsloko on August 1,
l-SOS, lo Mr. nud .Mrs. Kobt. Samson,
a sou.
Notice of Removal
Tlio fi'-ioft e.f "Mm 'inlel ri<>i,ls of n.C, -the
Tr.n'fier anel VVnvirloy Miner. Co. have l,,..-n
r.-inove'l t.e, j\1l,on eiiiriyem wliere1 nil I.n sin ess
in I'onnection with (lie above coiiiparii'.'S v.'ili
in fulure be transiieicel.-
.1.1). r_.rsAilA.-f,
i, fjL-neriil-.laniiger.
T.'jvelstokc, Augiisl. 1st, IS'JS.
Liquor Liccnsa
Tiike. ilf.tice, llml I, tht; niiilersigni-il, iiili-ii'I
to iip|.Iv "li elavs lifter rlnte p, Hi... Stipetnliiirv
.Mngislriiti'iif llie ltev..-P:lnl:e Hiding or IWst
Kootenny for a lie-t.il_.i- Ir. sr-II liipior by re.-tiiil
nt my Iiiiiel, liilimte on lln, VVitve.rle-y \vnggiiii
roeieli ten miles norlli o( ..Ib.rt. e;anve)n.
KOIIKUT l'A'l'XiiUSOX.
r.uv _l��lul~e:t August 1st, WjS.
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������__���'������.! .r;_>half_- .-inc.!: ies I.I--
". .0 in ihB flni.J.fnir teoi-'l. to
:,,.:-,",;'_���- -?.itn-���:��� if y.iiii vu-.ni lb*:
":���'-'"iy.ifr in ihe iiaiihr:, _.tr-i.',
"r ."',':',',-, pi*e>pt-ri'-' :ittce! t-'i y<\it
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flirts
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soil nil.
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Slioes
i-i-.i'.l l.oiixld. of us ar*.- leioil-.-rii,
p!llil.l>',iU..ySI."ll Mill    tow   IN   I'RIC-.
xx;- ,',ijTv,i!.t tin-liitiwc ii.n-...lili.s In
_   .....    fllll'.'.y     III.pel'-:    HU'I
l'ri)*I,e:ete,r's  hit! olli.-.rs
i ('..iiiiniiie onr slioe Mtiieh.
Winers anil prosp.,i:le.rs
onl lilted on sliori notice.
ros.
ffiaesiifflBSisns
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^ainter and.
^���"/DecGratorv?   ?
First-Street East, Revelsloke Station
(irnli'iln';:, Papivr'lrniiging, Har'-lAVo:i.'l l-"iii"_��]_���-
'    - In:-,' If.ois-f   I',.Iii!i!i^ in id!   r.nUK'heii,
(..'(irrt:ii;i;: I'lillitintr, C;:n__ni;,.__.
.,?yi*AppHcation"For Land.;?.;?
: Notice is Iiereliv given that lificlitys.after eliile
1 intend to atii'ilv'to tlie liliief commissioner of
'ri_iiiel_i.i-._il \\i>'r_- for permission :to pnrelnisi;
?,10 i'-(-res, more or less, of hinsurveyed liu-.d,"
ii.irt'ol v.-'nicli iviisfnrt-orlypt-eii'.ploi! but now
iiliiui'teiiit'el bv Areliille, Levo:*(|iii) and situate
(in Downie Creek, HigHeiid illsti-iiit.rtnel iles-
erib.ul as follovi-s: (ioiiuneiieliig ill a post at
'.'.-K;corner of rergiison's limil, nnirked ~N. K.,
tlicuex' uortli Sil clinlug, tlicnee west,:All elinins,
llieueo soiltli PO chains, tlicnee east ;-IO t'liniiis,
oeiu",iiin'Ing820 ni:res,"moro or less."
e..E0. Lakoumi... : .
P.ovols'eikc, ISsfj./JiiueB.lSSS.': ���:', ';���.'." ;���'.���'ilnuisQ
.'-?:   :      . Notice,, ??'?���?':'"
jVotiee IS herebv Rlvcii Unit lwo nioiitli. cfler
eliilei lhoiiunsbin'.i l-iiiiiti.'.I, ii I'ompnny inenr-
poi'ateil iimler t'iii;Kii|.di.*li Coi.ipniiies Aclsniiel
lii'ens.:,! to enrrv o-.i biisiiifss ill tiifl 1'ri)vliu'u
oi Uiilisli Ci.liiiiiliia.liilouils to.apply to lliii
l,-!il.'f ("eiiiiiiiisslnm-r of Liuuls and , \\ orks for
perinlssi.in to punjliiise 17.1:1 (seveiileen r.ml
i:i-!li(i)iii'res nflaml sltualed in Koolenay Dislrict, mitiini-iielng nt a post-innrkt.1 "fnitiiil
post Xortli West i:.u-tier Kiinsliine I.lniiti'd" nil-
jeiliiiiig!!u.'i-'-istsliIi-' lino of the Union Minernl
Cliliiii (Troul Lake Mining Division) al a polnl
i;:il feel from' Ihe iiorlli eiiat corner of sueh
i'lnli.iM'. Ilieni'i' north M dog. oust: for f .0 feet
Iheii.-e south :�� ileg. :w mil), oust for I-llll."_ loot
Ihi'iiie sonlh flsilci;.'_!!.'inlu. west fnr-ISS.8 feet,
llieueo nor!h -lu .leg. fill mill, ivi-sl for ISftl feet,
1'iinliiinliiK 17.Wacres more, or loss.
���-.   HIjXSlIII'Ul.IMlTl'-H,.-.- ���':���:
7'  ' . " .��� Kl._i.Htjl. llKN.NKTT.
-���������-"     -.'Guiieriil Malinger.  "
JlllySfi, 1S9S.    ���:���-       ;.-���'��� ! "';.-
: If Avcniailo it.,;" ils proper1:;
are giving
".-(loinou._l.rn lions-'daily .i.ii tlio art :
?of;?Coi'rei:t Tailoring.;-Our' ens?:..:
; (toiiiet'-;.iire(inoe!elsVofyneiitiicss!,!y
:; anel fiisliieiii, niitl? wb tnk6yi>rieit*_"y
y in.: li living .; I hem-: sueh. ylf ?ypii:?:
: -iire;.].artii'.uliir;; if - yoiir- clothes :,:
:.inust;:hp:?,'just5-0;'1���tiieiiswb;;
(vvautA'oiiffor. a", eusteiriicr.ylfcyis-;:
: oiir pleasure ;io:plotise:.tlie(-iiian y.
.'eif yo**iietiug? taste...,. Tlie ..: inan ,,���;
.ii'iiii.ilest, to please is.,the iiian'vvby.
"yivnnl: : vybn'.t.ybu lot us demon* ;:���
" striite Avitlilyqu.y':^ ���;? "y yV:yiy?-:-:
;J;JJ iSui^s,'?$30^lJ p;.��jjj;
jFsr^uson
6&1?   '   ' '       ' '.'"--_. ,   ���      l:    ...
:lf>2\ i��iissnitui��i*ittiti.��iiiiBniwBuim icnEiiuiPini*
*<*y       Ferguson, B. C��� " The.Centre      J
S3l       of the Lnr^,iau Mines V J    '���?-'.V
',^^\n?itttuitui'i��titiiir;aisn:taivi.\i)in%iteit**niuiti\'t%'
^   Beot   Accommodation   |
& .      in the  Lardeau. v     J,
%5��lRG----Kl!-etB-PIIBIlr-HUIiri. Btllll IB* 11
(f53- .���'"    ���'::."
jj^.-v.Rates' $2.CO  Per Day.
-.'s.J'..
?6,m       Davo���/Ferguson,   Prop,
^^���-w���^
iiitiaiiiiiiiBMiiC
[m&mv
Iry
'Light
'Transferring'..
and Garting
,I~S?~Tc!oplionft your orelers to W.jr. I.nVvrt'iie-e
aiul they will be promptly _ttcnilt"l to-
Robert Fleming .j|M^
Sheriff's Sale,   i
..;...���.-���-.:      .; .. :"   :. ��� -'t:
liv -virtue eif n vvrlt of execution issneel out of
'din'Supreme Court of British Coltinibliion (lie
.".ili ilu. "of .luiv IS08 in an aelion wliercin The
linperinl iWn-Of Ciinnilii v.-erc-plniiitiffs nnel
llie Airowlioii'l Saw .itnd Pinning Willi,.Com-
i.miv l.iiniled were defendants in the sum ,of
|-.~,|7f.:si and costs etc. and of ii-vvni'nu-itof ex-
ee-.ilion ismicil.-out. of Uie County Court of
Keieiteiiiiv nt l-.evclsieike ein the 9th ilny of -Inly
1.-iS ulu'Vein thesaid Imperial Hunk ofCnnatln
ivn' plniiiliffs ami the Arrowhead Snvv and
Planing .Mill f'iniiied were defendants in the
sum of 3^1.-1-.-ri and costs ete., etc.. I have seized
the properlv of tlie sai'l-.'lefeiidiints ltaiiicil
ijcio'v uii'I kIii_.11 sell lhe same by pnbtie auction
on Hie I'Jlli'li'}-"'f August.���'I��i8. nt la n'e'loel-
ne,oii ai tho snid jVrrrin-lieiiel. Saw mid 1'Ianing
r.lills ejompiiny (Linilledjiienr Arrowhenil ll. C.
eir so inu'-'li lliereeif as will satisfy !he:said
jndgineiil elelits, e-osts, interest, i-heriff's Jeos
ponhdage, etc. unle .:.' the amounts arc sooner
paid.
��� (Sgel.) C. K.'Siiaw.
Deputy-Slierriff.
Inveniurv referred toabovo:���(inenii'il biillel-
for sa-.i- 'mill uiYIi euigiiie house, unil sash and
eloor faetory iittaeheil, 1 elry kiln. 1 blacksmith
shop nnel K'.ol.*:, anvil, forge and bellows therein
i boarding lions.;,",) lodging house.bunk houses,
'J iri'.ine two itory, bullilings occupied as resl-
elenet-. 1 lior-e- stable. 7 work horses, harness
snd v.ag.ms. also all th-.'-machinery' and sawmill nil'I fiie-mrv plant of every kind and
ele-eripiioi. in a-d isbout the said buildings.
including ���' oii':Iu'.">.i_ beiil'-r-.l planer, Lsticker
I ri|,-iuv. 1 innriiser, 1 baud^a-.v. 1 circular saw.
lsntiding mai'Iilut'. niitrf maehine, 1 lathe, 1
tenon, l'-hhi-l. will, Hatli mill nnd bolter, 1
f.-r. ine! lii-ate'-. nhaitini: belts r.nel all tools
riion with said saw and , planing
i -t.ei_d launch aael row
fru
GREENGROGEK' ?
y     YOU
,-; '���-?���',;;',",,   For Preserving fresh and good ,_
Vegetables, Canned aiiel Dried Fruits. ,?      ������'-���.
l'iscuits in great,variety. -...;
Garden Stuffs of nil kinds. ,-
ORDERS TAKEN        FREE DELIVERY,
FIRST    STREET,    EA5T
The F. E. Piper Col have now on hand
First Class Brick at right prices.
Intending huildera  vvouid do well Ifr
call and examine.     ~ '   '"
j, lirick yard just north of the Gun Club-
grounds. - '���'   ,,
Mail orders promptly attended to.
Prices on application.
The F.?E. Piper Co.,
Revelstoke, B; C (?)  The   Most   Uo to-I-'fQ   Outllts-s  in WtaLcT.-i Cant".  I - 8  fi   !��������� lending ",o-,)ie.o'- <'i*u m v n'i i.s i".  \ fe,   one o' our ih v   .0 .   ���������.   ������ null \  con.-i .1* 1 i* 1   ccl'C"t Tip co ' r J-~  11 V\ .: .ti Cl 1 . 1 I) -_"  C V.I.LO vli--_;o^  il  ^        Hudson's 2:-'/ Eicre?,  l-lllll-tC   of   tl  lOll' 1 tl" ou.  ji- ill i)'c c '-v 01 a v..  e (.cnl ,-ie'',   ���������*,  Crilg���������v 0  if  i*.  F'lour arid Peed,  Anil n-c 111 a lu it on  .0 q lote  PRICES.  .  that are    ~  bouncl to sell  .-��������� ,11   7 lnae   rtf  TT _.'.i~_:-'- ra  _. i'.i   _L,j.__iC__t   Ul   Ijnii'-li-e ������.l ~j  ������  "^^%\P  >  V_i ���������������-���������������-_>__.   ,?.,'    -V '*->  (Jli,m,"and  .1  gump OL "   t.o   1.   [iu>i iMjl.      _        ,     ��������� ton    ,..,,���������,.    1      --*_    M  ,  ( tMap,   ! C re'cs - j.issia   ._���������.-���������_.   -     ���������  tl.c'S...-.shii.e"gio.jp   -elli'i 'U'i,'      !..   ih,",.    1 > '     '''.    '    ������   ,,.~   ,     1   ���������_,    '.   . o ..un, vv 1 ,ti   i.i. ���������������_S_TV Causa of L'nc  Ds'ay *n I  ^'V^r1^.;!',:;i,;./'" k*?., - ;<:;: ,l'u,:,.,���������*V,--u._ a:,������-:~:,j* ;^^;i;u5?;;;.tii s;;,.-v���������v^-a*-���������*������  b  L stupete.d, i iiot'io-i  (i   '....liv. \) ���������,    llmf     Hn-bi'iof lion h_ -������"���������������;'-.   m   J^".1 ,"     .VA^l       -il  -'..-h  no ^.n dr cr-O'ner Ke������ of Interest  Ltke.'o    onvvlmh  iho  te; npi .>   .1 ''   ,,u , ���������,,,, iv o d .1' ; d nm u t i< n ' ���������   , | b .1-* n ���������'   ��������� ;    - )ti,  .���������  ..... r-ap e.--.ry  , tittle tr tin .1  luibhng-.     J-'e   l-.e  d     .  ,,;  ll01.V'  'i'lii" 11 1 "it-ie   ��������� , "    ' ��������� 1 P  ,^, ��������� ,'V,,; ^,n  J  ,Ci.i.l.u_:   pu>- Wi~e  the  at  '07  0  ._.���������Vsj-    "-  J-"--.--*-'-..  ������... r  -~L C~C~,  C_*- -i��������� i -S for  ft 5 /avr������ r O == _P>-   z21  JS. ft_  5 ..---"-;-> CI^P  ii.'  f'f _______ i_?_. .- ������_���������  FIRE and LIFZ ::-,_>UI.*'vTC_  Fail Lines of Crockery  V/OTE S-. SCOTT,  Pair -ters,Soi.c tc--, ?"o -riS.P_J..c, ������������������������:  soi -Oo- e,r-i    -i.i'Tai   .'t   '1   'a  rrouc St, ".-.'tvc'st* 1-c, BC  V,   V. into, ���������{ C '���������    '  F-*o ,A '   ^ T'  Prss'ectOtS!   Miners?  tonic 11 id -co ivlu.1 ) eve f,o: in vim.  '1 - V 1 n J t ft ���������,111*- al'v of this trull',  111 nn ill 01. 0.1I11 ilcl-'j ii'ic* 1 I rijj'it  I '���������uc  __Kj-\giiu.    ),  .it--  JAMES  KURPHY, H A.,  Sr-rnstc  O-i r     r*  Ti  ri f._  r.c  I    )   lJi*].->  ^J'-- - -  ^r.-'    '"'* *" V'-'~*--^"-'!j'!~i-?:"-'J  ,. -_CC_-\_-_-'.. W* i:!'-^ -x-. ^~1  KTcS,..,.--''^-.i,~-->r-s    fi?*.  i-".J������t  -      plIPL  r-V-i"  C  ,f r ~< .���������a ----������ ^-    F ^) >*">��������� v"7* ^~> O *1*'  r:.-.PVZiV & I -"CAT-.T^S*,  D.-..3C-3,   Gc'c.to.s,    Etc  l       -1 .        *, <- -   I       -_   I"' '  'd St"-02l  licvJstcfce Slct.on,   K   C  f  ,������__>   1 1 .   _\ t      Ol ,)J t-i   1    fu  0,  -I ' r. u   I  'c at  \ i ������leLttlo  THi CI'INT j?GV"jiT: CO,  V ittor a, Fs  C  ulc  C. 3. Ilvmc d- Co,  .itciiLs   1"c\LJit.-,l-L   M u*oi, and l_oul  JLal c Citj, L L.  rrcs-jr?p-.:cn3  To  ���������. . .���������,_ ^J .   So-.   t>( iii trt < 1   't  ��������������� 1 ���������>   I  ft t������'.        T     ^1 HI  LCS      )  Ci������  \\t\*' ��������������� '���������i   ri t tin 1  1 1\ ('  - \* o fX   l    7 il tl' 1   I    "    [1 ii'0  i 1 ktc-  1 iiroi-r  *oi'  in ro  ni'ilKjiW JRC   *������"lOrt l to  '11   i-h-Ii > 1 ������ 'ui    w nre  -.print m  '*���������     T 'i"! 1  in   M i     11  '    1. 1  --_ f '  '���������     ''  I  (!) das.  m   >  is  .  I  --.   I'.i-  !-e *i  1- /- *  -jU\'  "--/- '-* rji7*f ���������="?'  ���������J* i-l-l"-^ " V**   vf  \lr ,   -  t^o   Not toi *Cj  Only Mi.i.:"i~; 5-.~:Ie~r.  11  r.evc1 in' e   1.1'   tli"  ' "'  I'fir    ( I't'ln*.      'i ivln      .   '  - hi 11,11 in-,   - 'ill   (11'   'i  i.ne -o-ie-     I*)hen- l"il. or 1  tei HvOrulia ( h.'ir      1 n-lor  In Ths f-*c_e! :.evc2sto'-0  mnl 'I     .1 r   1    . -ir.iti'   at  Oil" e_,r-| o  il f-,r  _*_  j **    t-'"uu r*". r~  V-^-L       t^^ v���������' ������-  ������>"-������>*.  ITf.'-r/-. r-r-rf-kViii'"'?5  Ji   l.t'uv   I.'.i   iu fr. in jt itliitm  If   ci  I'.l'i  25 Ccr.'.s .A.ii UoaKd  o'7    \.  ui' 1.: 1JV^, lmiior d '. * --t  *^~ V- i -  io . v I'M,. ��������� l.'i  I n ' l_ 1.. ! li ed i������t (' ������������������  \  |ji)|j *^������l������ p"wli.������  vnij'.i      -1. i.i i.t -v mi .'iv v:.:.b  V. 001   '(.L 1U5  1 I.OiiK KI'C.S  to 0\M T 'IMi  .' 11 1 .'un t for_it .' -I v.c  . .e a  Full Range of Linoleums  /'.ii iii ci ..I   i.s-, '. iit Mr, -_,:>.-,  fO'M r    .l.ld'IOV- I l r IN.j.J I I ,x< ITU  anl   I S'.f I \( 111 I)   '1 VI,!.":    l.l.s.N,  htt. 1 ll  N  Jo. i Offer  250 ->a-'C.- taposlry carpi-l,  the be&t ra-.lvc, the uGv~e=t  O.o<igu& and Litest/colors  gon.-la that we cousitTticd  good ypIik--! by experts al  73 cei'ls a yart1. Our cut  piicc foe the  -,,-eck only 50  (--jilts per yaiti. '  'i  \  3. 3 Offer J  \   ZOO yiod*  cl' b'.fc   > -t^sto  v   all  ol     ------- 'l-ni-o-i'-JonsH  ths cln.icejt  and richest <!������--  ,i"-ns: khe.se arc cai pets that  .  ,,    -     ti'    i   1   10 111 "' L       ���������"       , -      , ,  :h .......ill    li- v.t-.eo.l   li"    knti. vtt  ���������vro-p i'.i .e veio .10 h 11M ",  >   ������>   <-"  L- iito,, . 11 .<-   -"i".  I U Ul ll Hi t  uiii'i-y"'*"       -,-,    ,  of Julj. 0'i.i'iinr;b.n., .iho ma ������--.  l-etih-clfi.' hi- s-iviii-s o, jOj-e.i o.j  v.ou'd . ol it icou.ii-l H'J h~"s- '. ������"  that dav lloied Li.cl e-\2pi--'. i'^  ml th "toe vv 1 ".\.' ou ,u. L.ni-  po-L*-.  IUU K'VV.Ot*  de   p.<--i lUUi     ~~-  (iii'tiiii im- i'-i. -iit ������jil;~-; ''..'.in--" ������,��������� .... .-���������   - --*   ���������     r  tt   July b*  H'toithd   '''-^^""VfiistiKei   is  On... ���������-.-���������������������������������-   h" '"J'r,11"  0i.n 11  .,1-, .'id  siii- eiin-iillj   no sold n-c-.o'   1-2   .0  I u o'iu 1'rtl 1 n  - -    - - .        ., . i   .   .^ , iiiri<rIti.'''fLti!  i oiiio'. J  o-   '* <���������  '-   "'','  to n.i"* 1  l       -_ , ,i 1   1 h   ~i 1   1  .i*ir-il    In      JL.-.S    H-Wr,-.  ior> lilted some Jt i~~5*Ji-~i, ny~ *m  ,���������  itiih   c  t -10 ih jl*  secos  to  he Its.  v/,L..   .1   .i.U.l   ful."  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Ono prico to nil.  No ioh loo l:\tya���������none too sniiill���������Ior us. _Mi.il  orders promptly lUtcnilud to. Givo ua a lrial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: Wo un corrojioiiel;  once on any subject ot Inlcre-st *.o llio Kiinernl  public, and desire a rcllnlil' regular eiurrca-  ...indent in ovcrv l.-jcali1 sur roiuiili..-..  Hevelstokc. Innlluar-ics the bona iiile nanio  ot lhe writer must accompany inauustripl, but  not necessarily (orpublicnlioi'.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, _$. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPOHDSHTS.  A  LIGHT WOMAN.  Sho had ns mnny loves ns sho had follio .  And nil her light loves buiir her praises,  But novv benoain a tangle of sea hollies  And pale sea daisies,  Hore nt the limit of tho hollow i-hoie,  Folly and prniBe nre covered meetly o'er.  Wo vvill not toll her bends of licmity over.  All llint. wo sny and all we leave) unsaid  Bo burii'd with her now, sinco there's no lover  But snifters on her hod  Pnnsii's for tlioiiKlitsand vioodruff vvliito as.sbo  Ami, for remembrance, eiuiot rosemary.  Here is the end of liuinhter, and lie-re. wit'isr  Sorrow nnel miiili, hri'C elan-mie feet full Mill,  Bore whero lho st-ii pinks flower and fndo lo-  KCthi'r,  Even lit tin' wind's wild will.  Ah, lull her sofllv in bin- quiet lionu'l  BhB was vour .Inter, .*ra, nml lii.li. "s fciim.  "���������Ji'oni llopjii'i- in Hliiek nnd Wlntis  A CIllCl-S KOMANCE.  1. All correspondenco must bo legibly  written on one sido of tho papor only.  2. Correspondence coutainini. personal  matter must bo sinned with tha pr per namo  of the writer. ,     ���������"'"  3. Correspondence with roforonoo to any  MiinR tbat has appoaretl In unother paper  must first be oiTered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in The Hbr.ii.1).  SATURDAY.  AUGUST    (J,     ISflS.  MOSQUITOES AND FEVER  Professor Robert I _och, who was  sent to South Africa two years ago  by   tbe   German   govern ment   to  study  the rinderpest, stopped^ on  liis way back in the German East  African possessions and thero investigated   the   tropical   malaria,  which is the  bane of the country.  He returns   with   the   conviction  that lie has found out the nature of  the disease and that it can be made  ' co  easily 3'ield  to rational   treatment.    Moreover, being safely out  of reach in Berlin, lie has just confided    to    the    German    colonial  society his  belief  that tho_ chief  cause   of  malaria is the   bite   of  infected,  blood sucking   insects-  above all the mosquito.   To   this  conclusion he is led by eliminating  other things popularly believed to  generate   malaria.      In   the   first  place, he asserts that malaria is  not catching; it may be conveyed  purposely in scientific experiments,  but is not contagious wheu nature  is left alone; secondly, science has ]  shown that water does not convey  it; neither does it enter the human  body by breathing m tho air nor  irom  any form  eii: food  or drink.  Id is net a matter of ciiniatc, so  thac sanitariums for it aro useless.  IC does afflict mankind, however,  and   so    must   come   from   some  thing, which  thing, Dr. Koch continues must be the motqiuto, for he  has observed that wherever there  is malaria   mosquitoes   are to be  fouud,  aud   where   thero   aro  no  mosquitoes there   is   uo. malaria.  To   the   non-medical   mind   there  seems    to    be   art   undistributed  middle in the argument, but the  hypothesis is a cheering one, and  coming from Dr. Koch, is backed  by first-class scientific authority.  'The    professor's    investigation,  ___as__\vas_ to   be., expected,   was   a  bacteriological       one. Having  found the bacillus of tropical  malaria, which is different in form  from that of tertian ague, he  watched its shape chango during  the ups nnd downs of the fever,  which he says has a l-egtilur  though peculiar course, and discovered tliat at given-stages the  same shape always appeared, so  tlmt by c-xnmin'm/. the paticiil'.-*  blood under the microsoipn the  physician can tell his ex ace condition and apply the right do io of  quinine at the riitht moment.  With the usual German fear of  thai drug, he insists on the doctor  deciding what the dose shall be,  and warns the patient against  ilo.ing himself. What N known  as "i.lackwater fever," he declare--,  lias nothing to do with nialari.i,  but is in all probability a form of  quinine poisoning. To his nio-s-  quito theory he is led by l)r.  Smith'"! discoveries with regard to  the Texas fever in cuttle. Thi" he  has proved to be caused by parasites in the blood convoyed I'roin  one bea-a to another by ticks. Infected ticks p'.ss the disease on to  their young, vvho in turn also infect cattle. i'.y weakening th*-  poison in the insect a mild form of  the fever is conveyed to tlm larger  animals! which then in manv cases  become immune to the disease.  This furnishes an example of how  parasitic germs are conveyed  directly by insects.  The death of Germany's Grand  Old Mau. following so closely on  that of Mr. Gladstone, is one of  the historic eve-nts of the times.  Bismarck and Gladstone have long  beeu the most oo'iiniandiiig'igiircs  iu tliu politics of Kuropi!. and the  nineteenth century will always hu  noted for the fact that it shiv the  birth and death of two such giant  statesmen. From the fact thnt;  oh. age had practically robbed  each country of its greatest.statesman years before his rictii.il death,  the final blow does not fall with  such disastrous force; as ifc would  hail they died in harness, but Llie  loss is none the less real. Anei it  is not alone Britain and Germany,  but the whole world, that is ba-  reaved.  "Why is Miss 1'yland bo hidill'orcnt  to men?"  Tho question was asked by a curious  woman who bad just left tho dnsbing  young equestrieuno's apartments at the  Kingliue Bros.' oirour, one evening hist  week.  "And why is she so fond of a black  costume?" epieried another. "I notice  that she rides in somber colors nearly  every night."  Behind tho answer to these interrogatories lies a story flavored with romance, but unaocompanied by thu usual  denouement that makes the romance  complete. There is saduess at tho beginning and end of it and just enough in  the middle that is joyful to make the  talo pretty. It is a pathetic narrativo,  on the wholo, nnd interesting, though  it does recount thu woes of lovers.  Miss Iiy land was not born into her  art. Sho "is uot tho seventh daughter of  a seventh daughter of circus fame. Her  abundant auburn.tresses blossomed into  rndianco under tho warm rays of a Mississippi sun, aud her muscular brawn  was early developed ou her father's  plantation way dovvn south.  Mr. Rylaud was ono of the largest  cotton growers in hisviohiity. He lived  throe miles from his plantation, on tho  outskirts of a pretty southern town.  His handsome home was tho scene of  numerous fashionablo events, aud .Elcua,  his only daughter, was the most admired  woman in the place.  In t.he .later' eighties a small circus  visited the town. Mr. Ryland allowed  tho management to use part of his spacious grounds for show property. Every;  body in tho village was out to see tho  first and only performance given by the  aggregation in the little city, among  others Elena Ryland.  In the oirous was a young bareback  rider, Alfred Julian by name. Ho had  beon with the oompany only a few  weeks and was but a mediocre performer. By profession ho was au artist, but  fame and fortuue did not roll his way,  and he gavo up,tho pencil for more lucrative employment under tho canvas. He  was a good lookiug, educated follow of  20 years und became quite popular vvith,  his fellow performers.  Tho young man was unfortunate on  bis appearance) that night. In attempting to leap through a hoop and on to his  horse's back bo missed bis footing nud  fell with terrific force on tho box curb-  iug surrounding the ring. Ho was pick-  od up in an unconscious condition, aud  it wus found that his right arm aud leg  wero broken.  Tho accident stopped tbe show. The  spectators left their seats and crowded  about the ring to learn tbo extent of  Julian's injury. Mr. Ryland was ono of  the first to reach the youth's sido. The  circus doctor was sumracned and advised that the young man be taken afc  onco to a hospital. There was no hospital in tho place, and the only accom  -niod!ition_.available_~vaS-th8  shelter of tbe dressing room,  Ryland came to the oid of the management by offering tho use of his home  to tho iujured man. Tbe offer was  gratefully accepted, and Julian was removed to the magnificent Ryland residence for treatment. The generous, noble hearted planter went further. life  insisted on calling in the family physician to treat Julian, and when the circus left town the ne_t day the bareback  rider was resting easy in the most comfortable n.uarters he had eujoyed since  be quit his eastern home tbreo weeks  before.  Julian required a nurse;. Elena Ryland, eymputbetic and loving, gl.ieily  took upon herself the task of mini!~t>.r-  ing to the needs of tho f-.ntf .ring man.  She would bu his nurse, she declared,  and sba performed her duty moro faithfully anil with greater pleasur. than  coold l:o expected of any paid servant.  Tho second day after his full Julian  regained conpeionsnes-. Ho opened his  eyes and looked in wonderment on hi.i  dtraURO surroundings. He did not speak  for several moments. Then he inquired  in a soft voice of hiri fair attendant,  "Where am I?"  "You are in a friend's house," Miss  Ryland replied. "Tbe circus is gone,  but you neeil not w-.i-ry for your safety."  He did not worry. Uc snffereel excruciating pain and often woulel havo  murmured over his lot, but the gentle  words of his watchful nurse helped him  to bravely bear bis troubles in -ileiico.  Slowly he recovered. As ho grew better he learned to appreciate tbo servico  of his kind attendant. She was moro  than a sister to him, und her heart w'aa  lilling with mom than a sister's love  for a friend in distress.  H������ asked all about his accident, and  the events following it. Ho was somewhat humiliated at his ill luck and  vowed bo would never ngain enter the  circus ring. Miss Ryland was fascinat*  od with his stories of circus life and listened Intently to every word thut fell  from his lips.  Tbe patient was interested in bis fair  nurse. He fully reciprocated her attachment for him. A fooling strongar than  that of friendship endeared her to him.  Ho was in love with her, but ho dared  not tell her. Her station inylifo, ho  thought, was so far above his that to  dream of such a Ihiug woro folly.  The daya passed pleasantly for the  pair. For hours and hours they Bat talking, or she would read to him. Lovers  could not have been more companionable. Neither could regard the other  more highly, yet neither breathed a  word of love-  Julian remained at the Ryland house  until he had completely convalosced.  When ho loft, it was as if tho son of the  family had said farewell to thoso nearest aud dearest to him. Alfrod kissed  Klena goodby.  "I am going to study art again," ho  sniel. "aud I will writo you when I got  back to Novv Jersey. I shall always remember your kiuduoss. Somo day I  nmy bo able to ropay it."  Threo mouths after ho loft George  Ryland. wealthy sugar plautor, was a  business wroclc. Faithless employees  bad rubbed him, bis property hud been  nieii-tgiigcd, but tbero was not enough  money mi hand to pay olf tho debt, and  the family vvero forced to givo up their  llegaiit home and tako quarters in a  poor quarter of tbo village. Tbo blow-  was too much for Ryland. Tbo worry  and .strain unnerved him, and ho died a  short whilo afler of sheer physical collapse.  Klena Ryland and hor mother were  iu eleslitnto circumstances. The girl resolved to bo the support of the family  aud to that ond sought employment iu  the town. She was not successful and  in despair wrote to her friond Julian  in Nevv Jersey. Sho begged him to get  ber a position in tbo circus. Sho was a  fairly good rider and, with a littlo  practice, thought sho could hold ber  own in a second rate company.  Julian Had mado a good start in tbo  east iind offered tho doiptiudent girl another way out of bor trouble. Ho proposed marriage. Ho bad loved her, ho  said, many months, but hesitated, because of his lowly position, to ask her  to bo Ids wifo. Mow that they wero  both on tbo sumo level financially sho  might look/with more favor on his suit,  -.-I.,,,.,  --������_..f.._l   el.o    nvni-in_.nl.   lint, sill  THE WORLD'S NEWS  THE ARRANGEMENTS   FOR BISMARCK'S    FUNER\L  MAPS OF OVERLAND  ROUTE  3__!oua acc_pted tbe proposal, but sbo  could not, out of rospect to her father's  memory, marry within a year. So sho  asked Alfrod if ho could not meantime  secure for her a position with the circus  with which be had traveled.  That's bow Elomi Ryland came to be  a baroback rider in a big circus. Why  sho is not tho wifo of Alfred Julian is  another story. Alfred concluded to go  to Paris auel finish his studies, while  Elena was waiting for the year to elapse  tmtil thoy could bo uuited in marriage.  Elena was succossf ul as a daring rider,  and within a few - mouths after she  started with the one ring show she rc-  ceivod an offer from tho Rhiglings. Sho  has been with theui for tho last three  years.  Julian nover camo back from Paris.  He took siok and died of puoumonia.  Miss Ryland did not even know that ho  had beeu ill uutil sho received word of  his death. His body was laid to rest in  Ifrancc.  The news of her lover's domiso was a  terrible shock to Miss Ryland, aud for  two weoks after tbo information reached hor sho was ton i*l to fill her part.  For u year sho roelo in mourning costume, and even now she wears black  most of tho time. Sho is quiet and does  not mingle much vvith tho rest of the  performers.. Hor mother travels with  her. The young woman rarely Epenka  of her lovo affair and its sad ending,  ��������� and very few of her friends know the  story of her life. It is such au unhappy  story, too, that tbe young folks in the  big, jolly aggregation of performers do  net like to hoar ic.���������St. Louis Republic.  Will Be Buried at a Spot Selected by  Himself���������A Challenge to a Duel-  Great Britain    Will    Defend China.  Winnipeg. Aug. 2.���������The imperial  government vvill organize a naval re-  servo at Newfoundland.  ^ A French resilient at Moiicton, N.D..  challenges a Minneapolis mini to a  duel on account of remarks made  concerning the I .a Uourgoiiie dis-ster.  Berlin, August 2.���������A despatch from  Friedricharuc to Hamburg l.oehnch-  ten snys: ll has been definitely declared that Hie remains ot Bismarck  will bo Interred at the spot selected by  himself, where a simple mausoleum  vvill be built to which the remains of  his wife will be transferred froin  Varsino. Until the completion of tbe  mausoleum Uie funeral riles will be  confined lo the simple ceremony of  blessing the remains, which vvill be  performed by ihe local pastor of the  village or Ih-unstrofr.  Uisiiiarcli's final instructions, writ-  ton unil signed by hiniscir. express the  desire lo be buried in a spot selected  iu Sachoenwohl. and concludes, '"'"or  epitaph 1 wish,  f'RINCI"  VON BISMARCK  Born April 1. 1S1G,-Died    -A faithful servant or lho Emperor  William."  London, August 2.��������� Replying Lo  imcslions on lhe subject of China in  lbe house of commons yesterday, the  Right lion. Cl. N. Cursoii said: Sir  Claude MacDonald, British minister in  China was instructed on July 22 to  inform Tlisung- Thang- Li-Yamen  thai Groal Britain would support. China against any power porntitting any  act of aggression in China "because  China h.is granted a British subject  permission Lo aid or build a railroad  or any other public works."Cheers.  Paris, August 2.���������Elections lo Councils General have thus far resulted as  follows: Republicans 785; Conservatives 12S.  Giving  a Full   Description of the Road  Followed   hy Inspector  Moody.  The   Edmonton   Bulletin   has   been  favoured with a view of sketch maps  of the route followed    by    Inspector  Moodie, of tbo N. XV. M. P., from Edmonton toKoi-t Graham, 11. C, on his  expedition of hist full.   The maps are.  drawn  by   F.  ]".  Latterly  and   H.  S.  Tohin,   two  young  engineers,   graduates of tbo Kingston military college,  who wore members of the expedition.  The  map  shows streams,  lakes,  ranches, woods, down timber, water, feed,  bills, mountains, etc.. and vvill  prove  very useful when published  for gen-  e'l'al circulation.    Tho days of travel  arc marked by camps.   Frum Lake SI.  Anno to the Athabasca at the mouth  of the Macleod, fi; lo lho Littls Smoky,  1:1;     to  the  Big  Smoky,   7;     and- to  Forot St. John, III, in all IIS from Lake  St. Anno to Fort St. John, or 5li0 miles  by trail.    From Fort St. .lolin to the  summit of Laurier pass.20 days travel,  .'lie summit of the pass is placed at  ���������IfiOO feet abovo St. John, and St. .lolm  is   marked   on  older  maps  "1100   feet  above the sen.    From lho summit of  the Laurier pass in  lbe  Rockies    Lo  the sunimil of Herchnicr pass in the  Wolverine range, 7 days, and summit  of llcrchmer pass Lo Fori Graham, 2  days, or 29 days in all from Fort St.  .lolin lo Fort Graham.     The   course  Uilten was up the Peace, then up Halfway river then up the sonlh branch of  Halfway river wliich  heads    in    the  pass.    The north branch of Halfway  river heads near the west branch of  the Nelson and is the canoe route to  lhe Peace from the Nelson.   Tho forks  arc only 3 days travel up from Peace  river.   The distance  roughly from SI.  John Lo Graham is 200 miles.      Apparently'   the   country   is   principally  wooded   from   the  forks   of  Halt way  river through the pass in the Rockies  nnd   to     Iho     valley     between     the  Rockies and Wolverine range, where  good feed is marked, and good feed is  marked   at   intervals   from   there   to  Fort Graham.  THE JWIeNIeNG EXGHJU-GE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  Tho bar is supplied with the best brauds of .Vines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Free Bus Meets M Trains.  SOS LUJ.D Proprietor-  F. .Me_-.7_R.TY  JWholosalo iind .Ixot.i_il  Dcalor in   PRLME BEEF, PORK,  JVUDTTOeN JIJMD S.flU)SJlG.E  CANADIAN NEWS  THE NAPANEE BANK ROBBERY  INVESTIGATION  .Fish   and   C.aine   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoko,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  nerchanf's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class iu every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at tho Bar.  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  \Vhlpp_il tho Four Hundred.  An officer of tbo steamer Empress ol  Japan, recently arrived at Vancouver  from tbe orient, tells of au exciting  street light which he witnessed in the  i- mporary- . afro, ta.eif Hongkong prior to the sailing  of bis vessel. There are many sailors iu  that harbor ..ttacheel ro the war vesfeh  of various nations,,_ aud tbey imbib.  strong national prejudices as tbey watch  tbe international game in the east. The  trouble started iu a ..aloon. The Russian j-aiiors combined with the French  and Germans and formed a double line  down a narrow street and dared auy  Johnny Bull or Vankeo to pass.  The Kngiit-b and American sailors  joined forces and found they must<;red  150 to tho enemy'-'00. Nothing daunted, they .-nixed a lot of jinrikiuia.., formed a wedge with them und rushed on  the foreigners with a cheer. They broke  th* line, i-ma.Iinel tho jiarikii-bas and  continued the light with (lots and piece.'  of the dejbrhi until, as the informant  relates, thc-y had tbo -100 allien badly  whipped. The diu was dreadful, but  above it rc.-io tbo singing of "America"  and "God Save tho Queen," both, of  conr.'e, to the samn tnne. Tho authorities were povverle:.. anel appealed to tbo  commanders of tha warships, who ordered tbo men te) stop, aud tbo be-.stiii-  ties ceased. ,.  Thus has h'.eu ber^'un the much talked  of Anglo-Saxon iillinnco against tho  world.���������Argonaut.  Archbishop Walsh Lying in State���������Meet-  nig of the Ontario Legislature���������  Beating the World's Record  Winnipeg August 2.���������Judge Dugas  denies that be has been appointed to  the Yukon bench.  Baron Het'~cliell is enroute from  Ottawa Lo British Columbia.  Niipanee, AugusL 2.���������The preliminary investigation of the robbery of the  Dominion Dank took place at Napanro  yesterday. Mackie and Ponton elect-  eel Lo he tried summarily, but iloJc'en  . refused to nlead.  Edmonton, August 2.���������M. P. Taylor,  who left for Pelly Banks, returned on  Saturday to St. Anne, having made the  round trip in four months anel covered  in that time 1,000 miles.  Toronto, August 2.���������The remains o������  Archbishop Walsh .arc laying in  stale al SL. John.s Grove today and  have been viewed by many friends ot  tbo deceased prelate.  Toronto, August 2.���������Legislature  opens on Wednesday. The opposi-  ttin vvill endeavor to baulk tho proposed "Policeman legislation" and  efforts will be mado to mako it uncomfortable for Gibson and Drydcn, who  were defeated at the elections. IL is  probable that the session will be moro  government.  Ottawa, August 2,���������George R.Gray,  c������ Cohlvvater, Ontai-io.piit a 1G yoiind  shot -!S feet, five inches, and a 14 lb.  shot 52 feet, 10 inches, thus beating  two world,s records.  Columbia House  "��������� "���������' wi' TT"*  SdrrRiitle: .Not-II^I.  Tho peoplo vvh') want���������iind do not  scruple to a'k f.,r���������favors from public  men aro .sometime!) so unreasonable ns  almost to deserve a rudo answer. ._uch  ������n answer, for example, as The Golden  Penuy quotes:  A certain novelist, not unknown to  fame, receivcel from a lady un un. tamped letter asking the loan of his book, on  the pica that j-be rnuid nol r.ljtn,in if. at  tho liookmllFr'.- in her town. His rejply  was wordeel as follows:  IlB.vie 7.1 _)(������_**-���������-in ih.. lr,,j, r. ivlicri .7<-.n ro-  .tfile tliere, ������f,| ":ir-. in I.n -i It It "t nil ..,*-." _~  thins*' -iil"!i ith 'i.-i'v ;,i.. nr'i',1" _ I*v-..j'i..-'-  ���������-not only of r.iy re.-. nt, voi-ie, i-i.t iil-n of ji'-st-  J^go Fit-imp*) fejr le-ttei-?.    I   I.rivt' III Hi;,-   ],..-w -i-  lilon, it i.-e tru**, tliej l>.,e.ie .ve.u ele-siri. l.i.e.ljt.i.n  nnd nl-". tii*) . l:dii;,s le> jiny iii e in-ruin'-, 1 'it.  lo my n'Kre-t. 1 :ini - i'lim-.l, (liei ne-t-e-*'nr/  String tr. mn lee; 11 in'ei n ji.-.rc i*,l. If you c.-iti  supply me will) i. jiit-e-,., I.'nn lit your m rvicc."  'the Lethbridge News reports lho  killing of a rattlesnake in that Lown  four feer. long and as thick ns a man's  wrist.  The price of flour has beon reduced  in Winnipeg 10 cents per 100 pounds,  in sympathy with the declining  v- heat market. <,  Trying to do business without ud-  -."'���������;if-ini. is like kissing a girl in the  *!_.':���������- Y_u may know what you arc  rioin_<',' iiiu no body elso does.  I'e.i.toa has refused bail. Thos.  .*��������� :'.fhii;_.::i.'_.,H and Jones Cummings, uf  I!'Sl'-.-ilj.'. were ready Willi jr.ooo each  and tiie iie.nd was prepared. Th" prls-  r,.'K-i' v..i.i brought, b. fore ;i magistrate  .������������������I"! u-ii-n the boii'l was read Ponton  tl-.-iikr-.l his two generous friends, bul  (!-"'lliie._i 'hr-tr goneroiin oiTejr. "I don'l  iiiir-ii.j it, move out of here till I am a  free- in,;.-.." said  Ponton.  Tb" Hon. Gee) K. KriHle-r is on a  ��������� ri,. !!.r<-~it;l> the wnsLlejOliing ;ifir-i- hid  < MniiolV" mining int'-re-sfs in Ihf; Lake:  of tho vVnoels anil Kootfiiay mining  -!���������'!���������;.-.- Mr. J-ViSt'-r re-ports Dial, min-  hm ina'l'.TS are pre.. ��������� ...'illng uiosl s.'it-  l"f;ie.!'_r_.)y. on a tlK/rough ImreinoKS  bi..-ii_. und if tbe war soon e-oines to  an end, tbi-re Is likr-ly io bu a big in-  il'ix of British e-fipital. causing rapid  and businesslike dev.'lopment..  During the course- of his te.-stlrnony,  Mr.    Hooh-y   dotal lid    the   payments  made Lo newspapers, including, it appears    the    Pall    Mall    tliwtie.    111.  f*inr,r.e;iai    Post    and-   a    iiiimbe;r of  J fiinall.'r   papers. - Th.   suppose;.!   profit  j on   the   floating  of   the   Dunlop   Tire-  | eomp.-iny.amoiinihiK to   '.: 1,700,000,hnel  ]><_.-n sweated away to umle-r ,C2:10,000.  Air.   Hr.olcy  further assert. >l   that,  lie  lout   C'iil.OOfi on "press calls," these- Ik:-  illt.    ".I'llil !���������<";    intejlielf.fi    ff,r    p<-f,p|f3   l'(,|i-  n-f-i-el 'villi U"wn|>;ip'-i'.'..'" vvli.i."-:  i..iiii<". him- mil li.ji-n (liviilgrd tluih  lar. I hough it r: eyporlfil ilicy will ho  iii.-ielf imlilir hi din. (-(iiii-r.n.  :. A Ilrinf i-jim-inn In SpnniHli.  "Commercio" and '*-incommnnicarlo"  ���������till provo,thatf the American editor is  unaware that double m's do not exist  lu tho Spanish language.���������Mexican  Heiald.  ^8veisto_\e  Hospital  MiiliTiiily Uoom in connection.  ' V.'tccino    kept    on    hand.  Drs. McKccluiie _,and   Jeffs. Atleudant-  Bishop Anson, formerly of Qu'Appelle diocese, has heen appointed residentiary canon of Litchlielel, England,  Geo. Ryeknian, of Pincher Creek,  vvas lined $50 and costs for being found  under the influence of liquor while interdicted.  The Lethbridge News complain.,  chat in spite of Lbe general prosperity  of the town it is siiil'cring from a brick  famine.  There's a church in the Western  States, over,the^docr oi' which is  seen the legend: "This is thefgato  of Heaven." ��������� Across the door itself  is a painted si_ n, "Closed up by  the American Loan Company."  The case of the supposed child of Mr.  and Mrs.Turl.on, of -loose Mountain,  which created quite a sensation some  tnnoiipjo has been finally adjusted.  The. child is the (laughter of n Cheyenne Indian woman and not lhe. abducted daughter of .lhe Turtoiii*. Her  guardians have agreed to ber being  adopted by the Turtons.  Horse dealers report great scarcity  uf litsL class conch and draught, horses  in Toronto, lt is with difficulty tlmt  a decent shipment can he eolleeied in  the province, although the prices ol  first class animals are quite suti_!'..c-  tory, The demand tor hi'Yii i'ass  horses is as great as-it has e\\ r been  and prices are just as high.  Tahnage snys that tho man vvho can  sing and won't should ho sent to Sing  Sing." Thiit woulel be too severe. It  is the man who can't sing and will  sing who should he sent Lo Sing Sing.  ���������Norristown Herald.  Tho Foople, a weekly London Newspaper, says: Tho Canadian 1 "ucilic  Railway have decided to develop  mountaineering as an attraction for  tourists in lhe Rockies. Tbe company  -hu.v-u-suliL-iiii-onicirtl-l.o-S wit'/.erlaiid-to-  engiige Alpine guides, who vvill forthwith be shipped out to Canada.  t The real name of the Canadian.who  was one of Hobson's gnll.int. crew in  the sinking of the iMei'iiiiiiic. iu Santiago harbor on Juno l> is James Sutherland, a brave boy I'roin Xoi'i-n, who  left, these parts some time ago, unil  whoso home i.s novv in JMiebigiin, says  the Woodstoed; Sentinel llevieiv.  On July ~__171.li there passed away from  amongst u_ in Toioiilo, the b.ird of  Locblyne, I'.van McColl, a notability,  who in times p.-ist had achieved success as a poet and who had been acknowledged hy the literary men of  Great Jirilnin ami of ^ his aelopteel  country. I lis Guelie: and Knglish poems  have had a veiy succe-sfcful run and are  fit the present time oul nf print. Mr.  .McColl was !)0 years of age and his  birthplace vvas Keninore, Lockl'yne-  siele Argyiesl.ilc.  Jl is claimed Unit there are 22 languages spoke-n in Winnipeg exclusive  of Knglish. The list is us follows:  Oi'iiniin, I'Veiii-h, Iceliindic.Iltithi'iiiati,  1'ol'u.h, Swi'cdish, Noi weawiii, Danish,  Dutch, lliiliiin, Russian,Gaelic, Welsh,  Finnish, ILin^arkin, l-.it.huitiii.-iii, Bohemian, Arabic. Chhiui-c, .Japanese.  The people speaking the lirst four of  thesis languages uie already to hu  reckoned by tliounnnds: the others are  less numerous, and some of them are  only occ'ibiotially heard  ���������Alfred Moody' professional racing  driver' was charged by 11. XV. Stark  r.jf Winnipeg with having absconded  from Cannlngton Manor six,years ago  with ?000 In stake money. Moody  was stake-holder for a largo bet at a  race mooting and went over tho border. He roi limed to Winipeg during  last week's fair, nml Stark had bim  ;ii"i"i'Hli>(l The: magistvale ilcsi.led that  nu th': offence: was not com mi fed in  the; provinci' If lii.'l no jurisdicUn.  and Moody wot". I'-'l S".  An Anglo-IndiaV. t.ciids the follow-  ipn tip for those who aro troubled by  thoso vory troublesome creatures,  mosquitoes: "Throw a bit of alum,  about the size of a marble, into a small  bowl of water, and wet the hands and  face and any exposed parts lightly  vvith it. Not a mosquito will approach  you. They hum about a little and  disappear. I never had any occasion  to use a mosquito curtain and am glad  to think that I can perhaps benefit  others (travellers in particular) hy  tbie littlo bit off iufoTmatlou.'���������  The   largest hotel   in  town.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Kates    $1     per  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  day  ORIENT  Large light bed rooms,     ltufcos  Tiil.lo' furnished with  the choicest, tho market  affords. Best Wines'  Liquors    nntl      Cigars  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT' STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lako District  Saddle    anil     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting   and'  specialty.  Teaming- a  Daily Mlu^o leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  "for Trout Lake Cily.    Far pnrlicnlm'*. writo f .- ^  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landinb.  A  To sccuro one of .those desirable lots  CHEAP ou the C. & K. Steuin Navigation Company's site.  Dont    wait    till    Iho    boom  our way, but BUY? NOW.  comes  HAIG &  CRAGE  Soie Agents.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������������������i Lumber  'W  Want in Shoes s  CUT PRICKS FOR SPOT CASH  Call aud see us. "We can fix you  t-tVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Rovolstoko Station, B. C.  John  E. Wood  and Buildep  Eftimatcs, plana and specifications furnished  on application. ��������� Sliop anel rouuir work  promptly attended to. Wood c.irvir.g a  Bpeciulty.      Work    fchop   on   Front Btrcct.  The Revelstoke  Pfeoto Company  kevelstoke, B. C  STUDIO: DOUGIjASSTHEET'  \\. t)uii  & Oompany  Butchers    and    Wholesnlo   and  Retail Dealers in Beef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  AU orders in onr line promptly  fllled :.  If you wii-.t  D.'.linikins.  a Konil -Miner..' Siioii  como to  gll _il   I'l-OSI'l'ejtO-j' .Slino couio  If ynn want a  to I). JcnkliiH.  Ifyuu want ii tlninir  como to LV .li'iikin,-  tf ynu went a 1_ >n  Junkins.  Shoos ami Uai'iicss repilrcel on tlio ohortoot  notice. All linos of work kept in slock  nt prices lo suit ull.  blroiiK Cork Bolcd Shoo  15  ���������  Leg Hoot ciiino lo _>.  D. JENKINS  Flrnt Street, onu block from  Dunk oi (Janudu,  Kcvubtoko Station,  thu Imperial  U.  Wood! "Wood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Meastue.  Th'.) undersigned hus n larfte supply  of Hemlock, .Spruce, Fir anel Pine  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood will kinellv leave their orders  with Air. XV. M. Lawrence, Keqelstoke  Station, or with H. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Kevelstoke.  17ntf FRANK JULIAN.  C. B. JVTaelean  ARCHITECT':  and BUILDER  Ksthnat-BftimUliQil. I'laus i*n<l specification, ni-ile. Am ulso prepared lo do  chop nnd job work on tli . nhortef-t  notiro. fjiitlsfantloii Kunrautueel In  every caso.   Oall or write for teriuo.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  , Sam Needham  Glothe  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired:  In Good Style at Lowest Pricea.  Douglas Utiieex ��������� Kevelstoke  ijiiii HH  ���������rami  ["���������Ji'Ji"  WJ11 _.������  A  FIRESIDE   PIECE.  ,    [Trnnslatci-. from Hoi no.]  Outside -tlio bluet is making riot,  And through lho  ilurknoss the 6r_o\vflak������������  full.  Burn in my littlo room Ml id qule>t.  .Vnnu nnd dry nnd ho mug withal.  M������. ini:, I Nit on my cushioned Fettle,  .���������'noliig tho _irrli[:ht'n fitful _hinf.  FIuks ou tlu������ lmb tho Mmm<-rin������ kettle.  i-On^ti thnt suwii cchoo-i of "mild lanRsyno."  And rluH.o besMo mo tho ent sits pmrlni*,  WnrmiiiK hor pawn nt th** ehwry Klrnm.  Tho tinnier kt'i-p Hit tint:  and   flickering nnd  whlri'-iiR.  My mind i.s l.'ipjujd in n roalm of dream*  Man j low?, -������'ifr forgot ton duimncn  1 _1*q ui', *-vrnitlilil;c, brforo my viuv\  B*>mo in tho Ijii^litiiChs of nio.ukinpt iiiumnn,r.fl,  .Somo with thoir siitudors bod i mined in hue.  I_>ovcly, ������-or������'ne faced women "woetly  M������MmtiiK-< divino in n Klnnrc convoy.  Kovelurn, inincliiiR amoiip thorn llenfly.  Caper and lnut.li and aro madly guy*  Marltlo gods in the distance townr.  Nt'iti- thoni, dreamlike In beauty lare,  Ik 11 fairy urovo thnt had burst in Ilo wop  And sheds perfumo ou tho moonlit air.  Cn sties full ninny of wizard ftory  Tot tor nUui^ with their crests awry.  Knights behind thoni, in full plmnud Rlory,  With troops of their squired, como ruling by.  'Tis gono!   Tlio beautiful dream is over!  Away liko a phantom tho pagoant draws 1  Oh, denr, tho kettle is boiling over,  And pussy is yelling with scalded paws!  ���������Theodore Murtln in Blackwood's Mfiguzino.   .  OUT OP THE MIST.  To bim who has mucb, much is given  ���������and much is forgiven. Charles Ma-  roue bad at tbe ago of 40 wealth and  health, good looks, a considerable reputation as a novelist and some basis foi  that reputation. Ho was not alvvayt  popular with men, bnt in recompense  he bad beeu adored by many women.  Having much, 'much was permitted tc  him���������to be capricious, to bo fantastical,  to havo ecccutricities, to carry self indulgence to tho utmost limit, even tc  be cruel.  Ifc wns caprice which drove him from  London in tbe middle of tbo season and  mado him take a little tumbled dowu  cottage near tho village of Low-stead  and live tbero alone, to the anger of his  servants and" tbe mystification of his  personal friends. It was not nil caprice  ���������vanity camo into it. His vanity was  flattered when ho mystified people.  Thnt is easy to explain���������their mystilic_-c  ��������� tion implied interest. There was yet a  third reason. He was strangely practical for one so idealistic; ho hud mado a  contract vvith a publisher to finish certain work in a certain time. In tho  oonntry be would bo ablo to work without interruption,  . - * * * _    '      o  It had  rained  all  tho  morning, tbe  drops pattering on   tho leaded   window |  in which ho sat, with  his writing pad j  ou his  knee.   In the afternoon the rain ]  had ceased.   The  sky  was still gray.  Tho  empty  moorland, tbo water drip-  piug from tbe trees, the cry of the onr'  lews���������all gave tbe sceuo a certain mel-  ' K_._0ly.'"l_'0W3-_ evuuiug-tl-o inial-lay  thick and gray over oveiytbiug. IIo was  sensitive to this melancholy of the  . world outsielo hiswindowE. Late in tbe  evening, tired of his work, tired of tho  French novel ha had bean attempting  to read, ho went out. A laboring man  passed him in tha road and said "Good  night." -larono asked him the way lo  tbo next village, Arnmore. Tbe man  pointed to tho track across tbo moor  and warned him to be careful not to get  off it. People had been lost iu'tho mist,  -larouo. laughed, lit a cigarette, and,  leaving the road, walked quickly along  tbe track.   -There-was nofc-a-broath-of-wind-and-  thero was no sound in tbo air. Tho  mist huug motionless. The things tbat  . he passed seemed to jump up suddeuly  out of it. A gorso bush or a stunted  tree wculd take almost a human movement iu the tricky light. Two or threo  Ebeop came closo up to him out of tho  gray veil and as suddenly turned and  scampered away again. Ho walked on."  Ho bad left tho track for somo timo 1)9-  for. he noticed that he had done go.  IIo-lit another cigarette and stood  perfectly still. IIo had quick ours and  was ready to catch the least sound of a  footfall or of wheels on the cart track  nnd to give tbe oall which would bring  him homo again. If ho heard nothing,  he would still, ho told himself, be patient enough to stand there and go ou  smoking while tbo oigarottes lusted. By  that timo the mist would probably havo  lifted���������it would bo a now experience  Suddenly, though he did not hear tho  leait sound of any footstop, bo was conscious that somebody was coming toward him. At a little distance tho iig-  uro looked liko a tall column, vaguo  and sbupeless. As it drew usurer tbo  mist illusion passed. It was a wonum,  vailed and dressed in gray. As it camo  close up to liir_ ho saw it was a very  young woman, and that tho lines of her  figure wero beautiful. Sho stopped when  she was close to him, but did not speak.  The silence seemed almost uncanny. Ho  took off his hat.  "Do not let me frighten you," be  said. "I am merely a harmless traveler  lost in the mist, and, I presume, you  aro in a similar caso?"  She Iaughod. It -was a pretty, music-  nl laugh.  "Oh, no," sho said, "I know tbo  moor well, and often walk horo whon  the milt is thick like this. Perhaps I  can guldo you."  "It is exceedingly kind of you," he  said. "I sm sorry to givo you so much  trouble, but if you could put mo ou tho  track which leads to Aruiubre I should  bo infinitely obliged to you."  "Arnmore?" she said. "I am going  there myself."  He smiled, embarrassed a little.  "May I," be said, "oxchougo my escort for your guidance?"  "Yes," she said, "dome with mo.  "Wo may as woll keep each other com-  ���������pany this lonoly night."  And now au idea which had been  growing Id his mind, n yugue idea of  recognition, b.oaine moro clear nnd pro-  die. He had heard tho voice before; he  was sure of it. It seemed to him to  como from some timo of tbo long ago���������  some timo of whioh he had kept uo  souvenir.  "It sooms a strange thing to say," ho  said, "but I cannot help thinking wo  must havo met beforo. I am sure I recognize your voice."  "Yes," fbo said, "wo havo mot. Yon  would havo recognized my faco, too,  oven in this mist, if I were not veiled.  I knew you at once. You aro Charles  f-lurouo."  "Will you not," ho went on, "at  least put back your veil? 1 mn siiro I  shoulel rccoguizo you then and know  your namo. Whorover wo mot beforo  it is Rtruugo enough that we should  meet again liko this, at niglit on the  moor���������I lost in tbo mist and you my  Ifuido."  "Yes," sho said, "it is strango. You  shall soo my face, but not yet. Porhnps  you will remember without that. Tell  me, can you remember 20 years ago?"  "Vaguely," ho said. "I was a young  man then���������a wild uss of tho desort.  But what havo 20 years to do with it,  for uuless my judgment is very wrong  you cannot remember 20 years ago:"  "Why not?" she said.  "Because," he said, laughing, "you  oaunot possibly bo 20 years of age."  "Nover mind," she said. "Twenty  years ago you did precisely what you  aro doing now. You wont away to a  village to get somo work done." ���������.  "Very likely," ho said. "That wns  when I was up at Oxford. It is not impossible, but I have no clear recollection of it."  Sho began le hum a tune. The tune,  liko tbo voice, camo back to him.  "I remember now���������an old mill, an  orchard behind it. I was in the orchard. "  Sho raised a gloved baud, in which  sbo carried some fast fading flowers.  "Smell these," she Eaid, "and tbey  also will help your memory."  Their scent wns enrious, harsh and  heavy; not sweet and refreshing.  "I know," he cried. "Thoy grew  there all among the grass, those groat  red poppies. Now I recall everything  and could even have sworn that you  wero"��������� ���������  "Who?" she asko'd softly.  "One who 20 years ago had the'grace  and tho voiue and the figure that you  have now."  Out of the gray mist camo a row of  low, whito painted railings.  "Let me rest a little," she said.  She leaned against them. A stone,  dislodgod by her foot, fell far down and  splashed in the water below.  "What was her name?" she asked.  "A strango name for an English  girl," he said sadly. "Sho was called  Antoinette."  "I am Antoiuotto," said the woman  beforo him.  "But not the same," ho Eaid. "That  would bo impossible."  She Iaughod.  "If," sbo said, "you had been a "woman instead of n man, you would havo  no'icod.-oveu in this light, tbat I wear  tho fashions of 20 years ago. Won't  you believo?  Look at ray faae then."  It was the faco of the woman whom  he had more or less loved 20 years before.- He shrank back a few steps from  hei.  "What does ifc mean?" ho asked.  "How is it thut you have not changed?"  He was frightened. ~  "l camo here," sbo said, "after you  had gono. It was just at this spot that  I read your last letter. Listen."  He hoard the wator murmuring below him.  "It was 20 years ago," she went on,  "I diod���������down there���������because you had  left me. .Como back to mo now.'' .   Slowly nud  mechanically he stepped?  forward ngain toward her.  ������.--        ���������        ���������        ������        *        ���������  The lamentnblo death of Charles Ma-  rouo while still comparatively young  and at tbe height of his reputation was,  tbo newspapers said, the result of accident. He had, iu spito of warning,  gono out ou tbo moor in a thick mist  nnd lost his way. The local paper're*  callod with some jubilation that it bad  directed publio nttoutiou to the disgraceful state of tho railings ou the bank .of  the river some time before und added in  a lino vein of sarcasm that the door  would probably be shut now that tho  steed was stolen.���������Barry Pain in Blnck  and Whito.  SAILING.  BOUTn   WISP.  Bright fkies ubovc u .,  "Yhitc clouds drifting over!  Bine _*,ire'nils the sen, all shimmer and flash.  Iloom well eiiT nml u luzy lii'lm creaking,  Music of ripple0, lileu kingfisher's plush.  Our:.!.' nntl. pl.ihhl  Chn. Iiii"* the water,  Silver to vvni.lwnrd, HJipplnru to loo.  Sunshine of nul-.ii'e,  -leyli .lit*, vvieli) open���������  Tin pli'UMirc to sail em n summer sea.  nun WIST,  rifin? of wind blii")!.  l_>l'llI.]tlllllK l>f llill.Vill'llF.I  Pcchoiii thi- deep where' the (jieen waveq run.  Rln'i't-j i-1o*_ hiiuleil and lielni harel a-weiitlicr.  Rainbow i^iot spray flung ulofi in the sun.  Ui-c, plniict'l  Dips the bow uniler.  Mount nntl awuy on tli" luiclt of tho toe.  .Iny nf swift I'ltitiun,  liuinili' di*,iiince���������  'Tin rupture to **uil when the winils blow froo.  nohtiii:ast.  novvl of the ti'iiipo������t.  TluuidiT uf brenkei*,!  Fonm da*hiiiK liij:h on n e'lt.*o reefed pail.  Bkippiiil- lhc white ere-sl., leaping tho hollows,  Swoop down ihu wind, liken full in tho gale.  Roll, loll!  Rush the seal after.  Flashes llu. beacon life homeward wo go.  Thrill of the elements,  Soul self as.*ertive���������  'Ti3 passion to sail when tlio storm winds blow.  *���������~,Yilliam J. I.oni; in Youth's Companion.  '"Po������������ll lionet."  "A little learning" may not be "n  dangerous thing," but a little science is  apt so to intoxicate tbo brain tbat oue  knows not "A from Izzard."  One daya lady said to William Pen-  golly, noted for his discovery of fossil  bones in caves, "Do you remember that  our cook onco lived with you?"  "Yes."  .  "Woll, yesterday she and the nurse  wero beard having tho following discussion :  "Said the cook, 'Mr. Pengelly calls  the bones what he finds to Kent's cavern 'possil's bones, but I say how can  he know the bones of the 'possila from  tbe bones of other men?'  " 'Woll,' said the nurse, 'I've heard  eay as he is uncommon clever. Besides,  nobody knows where the garden of  .Eden was, and, if so, why shouldn't it  bo here? And if 'twas here, where else  should the bones of the apostles be?' "  Tbe two women had taken the word  fossil ns synonymous with apostle, or,  as the cook called it, 'possil.���������Exchange.  A Contrast.  Mr. Dapper is ono of tbat class of  men who are scrupulously neat in their  personal appearance, but who never fail  to leave chaos behind them in the scene  of their preparations. A neighbor recently called on Mrs. Dapper and re-  marked:  "One rarely sees a more well kept  man than your husband. He always  looks as if he had just come out of a  band bos."  "Very true," returned Mrs. Dapper,  "but"���������with a eigb���������"you ought- to  te* tiie feud l$ftt"-������tj.������_j-0i-'- Weekly.  REUNITED.  It had been raining for two days, and  now tbo chauge to ease of tbo wind bad  brought sleet, and tho moisture was  freezing in thin, dangerous ice on the  pavements.  George Witberspoon swung the corner into Pine street. His usually eroct  body was bent against the strength of  tbe wind.  "Such weather for the last of April,"  ho muttered as he wont up the stops of  his house, and as he put tbe key into  his door a vision came to him of tbe  April two years before���������a vision of long  lanes, with blossoming lilacs and horse  chestnuts and daffodils and of a tall and  radiant woman always at his sido. He  eutered the house and went slowly up  stairs. How olearly it all streamed out,  enveloped his mind, his senses I He had  first seen her nt n tablo d'hote in Paris.  Ho bad followed her over half of Europe nud bad finally met her afc' Baden-  Baden. She bad a doting old father, but  ultimately tho two had gained his ro-  luctaut surrender of his only adored  daughter, and they bad married.  For just a year they had enjoyed supreme, overflowing hnppiueBS. Theu Alice became jealous. A batch of old letters hnd come to her from au.unscrupulous womau her husband had been fascinated by in his extreme youth nt college,  and sho resented with all ber intense  passionate nature anything which could  come between them and their exclusive  love for one another. Sbo had spent one  long night alono lashing her bitter envy  to madness, nnd the next morning sho  had gone to him with marvelous calmness uud told him of her irrevocable determination to leave him forever. He  was proud. He had met her with disdainful indifference, bad oonsidored self  justification unnecessary, and they had  separated.  They both had lived quietly. They  went nowhere, for their friends were  common ones, and they avoided all possiblo annoying meetings. He spent his  time on tbe board of trade, at his clubs  or in his home, which he could not  bring himself to give up, aud she hnd  so restricted her life that ha scarcely  caught a glimpse of hor. Only at the  theater or at some oouoert did her pure,  proud profile suddenly start out from  tho crowd, and then emotion would so  powerfully sweep over him that he  would have to Ionve iho building.  Onlv-ono bond still existed _ between  theni. Alice's father was old und an  invalid. His timo was spent at watering places, mostly on the other side,  and it had seemed a simple and dutiful  kind of falsehood to weave cround him  a veil of ignornnco as to the real fctiito  of ntfairs nnd leavo him with the happy  feeling of Alice's joy nnd completed  lovo. So thoy wrote to him regularly,  filling their letters with sweot plans  nnd nmbitious.uucoU-oiouslj- embodying  in them'tbeir fondest wishes and most  heartfelt desires.  Georgo. Witherspoon was dressing  himself carefully. Three cravats woro  thrown aside beforo bo bad tied ouo to  his taste. He nover looked so well as in  n Tuxedo, Alice hnd always said. IIo  could hear her voice now, her low,  thrilling voice, saying as sbo-camo toward him ncross tho hall, "My big,  Ftnnniug sweetheart," and just before  Ehe put her nrms closely arouud his  neck, "Dear, dear, how I lovo you!-'  Ho shivered with desiro for hor.  Would he nover recover? "Would ho  never forget? Ho thought ho could almost feel her face pressed softly against  his���������his nostrils were filled with the  sweet, subtle smell of tbe sandalwood  her laces were pnt away in.  Hush���������a knock at the doorl Tho  man's heart swelled with feeling. Ho  forgot everything, tho intervening year,  the uwful bitterness, the lonoliness, aud  he softly opened tbe door, drunk with  one dominant idea. His man Chambers  stood without.  "A iaely to see you, sir," be said.  "Her namo?" 'Witlierspoon asked.  "She says it's not neceseary to tell  it, sir," answered the man, "but it's  on important business sho wants you,  sir, and she will keep yon only a minute."  Witherspoou's whole boing wns vibrating. What was this strange premonition? Was it sorrow coming or did be  feel a dawning joy?  "I'll bo down iu a moment,"beeaid.  He walked up und down tbo room rapidly several times. It was their anni-  versar3'. He had remembered and kept  it so rigidly. It was barely possible it  had come over ber as strongly���������the happiness tbey were missing from their  lives, tbe incompleteness of their vapid  present���������and perhaps sbo bad come to  bim. He was almost running down tha  stairs in his eaperuocg. He held back  i the portieres, and th .re she stood feefem  the fire���������straight, tense, her ilia-nets  accentuated by her. velvet ooar, the  whiteness and delicacy of her faco  starting out exquisitely from the lnoes  at her tbrout and from under the big  black hut. As bu approached her ho noticed tbo nervous tapping of her foot in  tbo fur of the rug, tho tenso pressnro  of her clasped bnnds. Wns it u dream���������  Alice in bur home again, a year's misery canceled in a momont? Ho hold out  both bunds and noticed bor eyos in the  mil ror tboj" woro fuciug us bo suid:  "And liuvo you como to mo aguiu,  Alieo?"  Sbo started visibly nud thon slowly  turned.  "Yes," she nnswored quietly. "I've  come to you. And you fltustn't fail  mo." she uddod bosoecbiiigly.  "Won't you sit down?" \Vitborspoon  nsked.  Sho wns trembling.  "Thank you," sho said, and she sat  on a low stool, aud tho man noticed  with a sinking of tbe heart how she  drew her little cloak about her, tbo  thumbs of tho clasped bands turiiod up  and back. How he remembered!  "I must como to the root of tbo mut-  tor at once," the girl began, und gradually hor voico grew fierce nnd she looked him full in tho face vvith her wide,  sad eyes. Ho noticed, with almost a  feeling of exultation, that ber face was  now tbo faoe of tbo woman who had  lived and suffered.  "You haven't heard from my father  for somo time, havo you?" she bogan.  "No," Witberspoon answered. "It  must bo come weeks now."  "I received a telegram this afternoon," tho woman went on quietly.  "IIo arrived in New York this morning  and will be iu Cincinnati tomorrow.  He is bound for California, and be  will, on  his way, stop in  town  with   , his sou and daughter."  Her voice had brokou. Witberspoon  rose to his feet nnd walked to the window.   Tho silence was painful.  "And what will you do?" he said, at  last; turning to her.  "There's only one thing to do," and  the girl's voico was determined. "My  father haB very little longer to live.  He's not had muoh but disappointment.  in his life, and, cost what it may, I cannot bring more sorrow to bim. You  know bow tbe ghastly thing would  shock his old timo conventionality."  She hesitated and seemed to look to tbe  man for his help in thought or deed,  but his foar of her scorn kept him  silent. At last, taking a deep breath,  she went on:  "Tomorrow morning I must send here  the few things I took away. The portraits, my piano, my work���������they're easily put in place and will be as easily moved away again. I'm sorry to so inconvenience you, but you must see it is unavoidable." Sbo stopped again and  looked into the fire. "My room," she  asked, "is it much changed?"  Tho mnn was kneeling beside her  now, his arms about hor. "Sweetheart,  sweetheart," be almost moaned, "stay  with me, I beg of you to stay with met  My life's been a misery siuce you've  not been���������everything is fiat aud with-"  "out flavor. We've taken a year out of  the radiance tbat is givon to man but  sparingly. Don't lot's throw away another moment of it. I love you���������oh,  God, how I love youi"  His head was buried in her lap, and'  slowly she took olf her long glove and  stroked tho hair she remembered so  well.  "Are you perfectly sure you waut  me?" she asked softly.  And so it happened that on the seoond  anniversary of their wedding Mr. and  Mrs. Georgo Witherspoon woro soou  by a party of gay young friends taking  dinner at tho St. Nicholas. "Gad I" as  ono of tho men snid later. "They were  like two children off on a lark, nnd  aren'fc~tlioy^-iit_~tVo-b~e"stlb^  in Cincinnati?"���������Cinoiunati Post.  PEACE PROSPECTS  SPAIN KICKS AT THE PROPOSED  .    TERMS  They Consider Theni Too Hard���������Grave  Situation at Manila���������Augusti Prepared lo Surrender to Dewey Now.  Winnipeg, ugiist "_".���������C'ciiornl Wjsloy  Mcrreil reports a grave situation at  Manila.  The United Slulos troops liavchad a  skirmish vvith lbe Spiiiilurds near  Manilla.  JI is reported Unit Augusti is prepared lo surrender .Manila to Adminil  Dewey.  London, ugtisl ".��������� dlsp.ii.ch from  Madrid stys: Siigasta stilted al nojn  yesterday thut the condition-; ot peace  offered by the United Slales were impossible of accepliiiico and that they  were too severe in ovory particular,  and that ho regarded the demand for  an instant reply us unbecoming diplomatic proceedings.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Kevelstoke.  l*rt'ac_i_K sarv-ices al 11 a.m. nnd 7:30  p.m. Class ineutini; al tho close ot the  morninpr hen-ice. Mitihath School nnd Biblo  Class nt 2::iO p.m. Weekly prayer mectinj!:  every Weilncscivy uv-oninK at 7:30 p.m. Tho  pub,ic are cordially Invited.   Beau free.  '    HEV. S. J. THOMPSON,  Pastor.  /"���������HUUl-H D!_- KNGIjAN-D-St. Poter'e,  "*-* KcvclsLoliO Hours of 6orvicc: Kvcnlnic  prayor el .lily ut S o'clock, Friday? ut r..'_0.  Sundays nml Kesliv-nl.: Holy Coiiiiiiiinlnn ul *  ii.in.. morniiiR prnyur lit 11. 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Onco whilo- ho wns looking at a  mngiiificont sceno in tho lako country  ho said to his companion:  ."Tniveler.j often mako their boast; of  Swiss mouutuiu3 on the ground that  tbey aro two or throe times as high us  tho English, but I reply tbat tbo clouds  lio so low on them Ihnt half of thoni  commonly remain out of sight." Tbo  other answered, perhaps rather dryly:  "Tbat is true."  Ho mado uo defenso of Switzerland,  remomboring thnt ifc wns folly,to  Beard the lion in liis don,  Tho Douglas In his hall.  . It might bo inexpedient to do bntllo  with tbo prophet aud priest of English  mountains wheu ho stood on his own  ground.  "You cannot soo thoso boasted Swiss  mountains when tbe clouds hang low,"  Wordsworth continued pertinaciously,  "Certainly not!"  But after a pause, he spoko again.  "But I must admit," he suid, "you  &uow they nre there." Had bo been opposed, he would not havo withdrawn  an inch. 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Mo'.sgu, MannRcr  i-i;  i_ irt.ril.  rr'  O^MAOA  H&ad Of-ice, Toronto  Paid Up Capital 82,000,000  Pjesarve   . - ^���������_ -   .1,200,000  :   Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merrilt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robeit Jaifray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, Goneral Manager.  Braaobea  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage In  Prairie  Prince Albert  .South Edmonton.  ONTARIO  Vancouvei  Winnipeg  llevelstoke  Essex Niagara Falls    St. Ihomay  Fergus -     Port ColbortiQ  Toronto  Gait. _   ^_ i .iit Portage      Welland  Ingcrsdll    Sault Rrflarie 'Wdoelstodi"  Sl, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  A^ejnts   in   Groat   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bunk,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  wilh whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above; hi .melius. o  Amenta in the Uniteel Stales���������New  York, Bank of. Montreal, Bank eif  America; Chicago, First Nnfaioniil  Bank; Sb, Paul, Second National Rank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposit-**  of $lj iind "upwards- received iind  interest allowed.  Debentures-- Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts nnd Letters of Credit���������Avail  ablo at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United Stales, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Auofralia, Nevv  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Brink Issues Special Rocolpts  which will bo accounted for :it nny of  the Hudson's Buy Co's. Posts In tlio  Yukon auk northern districts.  A. R. B. KSAUH,  Manager Revelstoke Bra null  SALVATION AI.MV-jMcetiiiX-eviry niglit  **-~    in tiie:r lui I on I-'roiit Street  Loyal Orange  Lodg-c, No. 1658.  Reifiilnr nicelintts are hell In lho  Oelilfollow.*.' Hull on lho second nnd  foii'lii Wiilnetdays of each month  o>_ at 7:;>0 p.m. VieilliiK brethren  cordially invited.  Dr. T. Jills, W.M.;   T .1. Orahnmo. Rec. Sec.  XV.Q. llirni-y, Fin. Sec;   U.S. Wilson, Treas.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No. 3461.  Meets in iho Oddfellows' Hall on tho  2nd and llh Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invited to  attend.  J. B. Scott, C. R.  , J. L. Smith, H. S.  Dp. JVlalloefe  Physician und Burgeon, McKenzie  Avonuo, Revelstoke Station, is. C.  If you want employment, or  lonking for a house to rent when  you reach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver-Employment  and House  Renting Agency  331,    Hastings    Street.    West.  HEVELSTO^E  IRON WORKS..  Blacksniithina:- Jobbing.  Pltraibi-aS*.   PiPe Fitting  Ti-usmit-ninS*  Sheet Iron "Worli  DEacliiiiery j&ePaired  Miniqg Work a Specia!ty.__-____  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.  CHOICEST  .  TOBACCOS  . CIGARETTES  .   SOFT DRINKS  IGE CREJI.A. SODJIS  ICE CREJLM  Bicycles   Repaired nnd  For Hire.  R. JVI.S.MT.HE  nilO-U TIIIKO S-KEKr CKSTIlifi.  -<_.s__P_ET_RETT_0_.  Tf?e Roman  Sfooe .Maker  D.'.-ilcr  in    Hou'j-  and   "-liotii.    Mackenzie  Avi-nuo, two r'ooib so.Uli. lejl.-in'. Hank.  Harm.,.. KcpairinK ile.'.c.  I    Moderate Prices.   Work Kiinrantced.  To....  Foptune  Seekers  If you try your luck jirospcclinn  in tbo I.ardO-U Dislrict, don't  paps I. M. CITRON'S Kcr.ejral  storo at Thomson's Landing, when  you can buy tlio cheapest anil  best miners' supplies in ihudistiii-t.  I. M. GITHON  If You Want ���������  PURE. COWS JAILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  " /.*">-~~������'-~>~,i_*  (': . *,>--v:v__.~__5-  1������ ���������-<,tf*t'.__v%V'-$  ml If  TIIO_.1--l-_.~d IiANDlNU  Wende!! Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Bruggist3 Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  I2_-t������  So to TJ_E EUROPE DJIIRY  MRS. 1". JULIAN.  JAS.   McMAHON  General  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  Vt'oKons. heavy and lisfct. biult to order or  repaired.   Uorst-hoiing a specialty.  " Shop on Donsdis Street, East, Revelstoke.  S. McMahon. Manager.  Shop on ~~~ir������t Street, just vest cf Union  Itotci. Ksvclsto-O Station. J_ft McMahon,  Manager. a2-lt  FPwA NK B ARN ARD  Brick o.nd Stone Mason  11  Chimney huildins; n -recialty. Contracts  P'-omDtly attendd to. Material furnished  whon tailed  for.      All    work   guaranteed.  First Street,   Reveltsoko 3latlon  FERGUSON  The Centre   of  the   Lardeau   Mines  Be Sure anel register at tha  BJ-LMOReflL .HOTEL  When you reach KICUUUSON.  The fable is provided wilh the best  the market attends.     Kales from $2  lo $'.i per day.  UUMMINGH IilvOS.,   ���������   l'l-oprielorn.  Tte Pioneer  Stores  ,.of Ferguson  and Ten Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Kvcrything  to  be  found in a general sloro.  1'obi Oflico in connection.  At our TEN-MILE BRANCH Etoro  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all Miners' and Prospectors' Supplies are  kept on hand  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukon and Klondike Gold  Fields.'  To Eastern and European points.  To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST  CARS  Pass Revel.toke daily to St.  Paul, except Wednesday, to  eastern points.  Magnificent sleeping and diuing  cars on all trains.  Tickets issued -through aud  baggage checked to destination.  Daily Trains Leave Revelstoke  Eastbound 7:_0 a.m.  Westbound .'-. .5:20 p.m.-  Southbound for all Kootenav  points Sa.ni.  For   information," time    cards,  maps aud tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.   ,  XV.   F.    Anderson*,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.   \  E.'J J. Coylk, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  Kaslo &SISI  TIME Gf\RQ  Subject to cIisoro without notice.  Trains run on I'aclflc Btandard Tune,  UOIXCI WK1ST DAILY aOINO KAgr  J-Jmi IjOhvc Knsln Arrivo3:J0p m  8:36a_i ...South Fork... 3:15pm  !'____ m        '     Hproulf'u     "      2:1.1 pin  nil 11111      "    ...-Vhll-U-lor...   "      2:00pm  I0:03nin       "     ....Hear Lako ...   "      l:ISpm  llhl8nm      '    ...McGuiKun    "      l.:������pni  10::R~aii!      "     Cody Junction    ������������������      1:12pm  10:_.amj-rrive.... Bandou i-oavol.COp  1 CODY U.VE  Iisavo 11:00am Sandon Arrivo 11:15nin ;  Arrivo 11:20 a m ���������Cody Loavo 11:2. a m  RODKItT. HIVING   I GEO.t'.COl'KLANl)'  G. V. and I'. A.       I       Suporlnten ent  The Vernon Soda  Water Works . .  ���������-  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR    ���������  Manufacturer of Soda Water, 31necr    '  Ale, Harsaprilla and all Soft Drl__s.      -"  -  A full Biippls- kept in * took  at Mc- ������������������*,  Carty's  Colli Storage, where  orders  can Deleft. alO-sw-t.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep..  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  i������i       Terms Cash  Carpenter  and Builder  Office and Workshop:   Opposite Court  House. Revelstoke.  Plans, specifications and estimates Riven on  application. The largest stock of doors, muh.  brackets, InrningB. mouldings, hose casinga.  kiln dried flaonnK- ceiling, and all inside  finish is now in .took and will be offered at  r.Hcc3 never before quctcel on Uiis side of  Vancouver. Any- one rce]u_rin_: any of the  above materials will be consulting their own  interests by getting my prices before ordering  elsewhere. _2r-tf Citizens  of Re\-Jistoke...  ','  liik-. this oji'iariuiiit" at  ..-ni! .If emr yi-iu".". Mimiv.'-n  .liiink   -"',!   i'..r   v-.'iti"   kind  Tlie"'new  <..l\n.   workshops will.)       ft  A.'jfITi?/-   QF  TSH"   V'Ui 0?S  vvli-.'ii fi.iupl.'tetl, nieiin nn iiu-l _'ii-i>  in'       ���������"'    * k'! :'h   Js     '"-    "W-5"--0  uiU" population dI' in leant, Sill) or HOO.  ��������� ilr, I'\  Ibikcr,  ul'  Viineoiivei",  ciinii  in .ui W't'iliie.-.diiy lust to represent llu  15. C. I'ei'iu iiu'iii Loan K"  Savings Co.  Ccpper I-ivcv'Country and   Its  I'ailures  and Fat.-ilHies  Iry.���������  B.  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H vvill I1IU..C llevelsloke  I lie ins.!, li.is'k'Bt aiiel l.ii;;^-e**l li)\v:i in  t.l'.i: iiili'i'-ior..,.'  'J'Jie���������ye-.'viees in the^li'l.liiidisti'liuvt-li  V.'i'll ll')   llflli    ill     till!     USlUll     lltlUI'S     to-  ���������ni''ii"i"i)V.*. The seriiuin will not .exi'i'i'd  2i) iii!|iiilp.~i in the ovening.'"' yii,,'ii",i;e:.'-  eeu-tlir.lly duviled..  y ?.lr. T. JjGi-.'.hiitiieveN'f'ivi's his. title  '(ti-t'ils.to his: lo,?o.',i  SielCe.iv.'.ie  ii.veniii'.  of   Uie  was   in  ;iJOAL?'AHD^^nAL:j;:HEWS  ?? '*' 0:?.() j-ithe Nit. foryi _-anaivieii.  ".... ? F.-.-AV'.' '��������� .V'e_-llsJo������    Piilliser,   wiis in  ;; town lliis'inornir.g.,.  /.������������������' A, hiind-ii'iiir- feiiceis Iiein'j. .put ronuel  ."���������.the grounds of lhe "Holel: It-vel stohe.  "���������Siipt.'.E. J. riiiche.-iiiey Iiii.. front- ens't  ' on'-'bu-iut.-S'-'-.-iii-. eiiiinooiion vvith. Uiii.  ���������'duti.e...--;.'?,,.' '���������??.:, ��������� :7.r. _������������������ y  * Revelsieihi!'��������� Directory for side at  i all tliiytovvn book.:sleu _!s._y.l"i_"i'.:e .villi  ;map, 50 eeiiti*.      -.--..V)  y -.SlL'S.nciJj. r_. Jl .?E? fioppei  I.iikevievv .hott'l, ���������"? fciieanioiis,  .t'ovvii y es lord a y.:-y.:-:'--; y yy.?y?  ?. :* :A .sh'i-.)i'.~DDt or eg:;s ?:and: choice  : diiii-y? iiiifter : jusit ree-ived^ at:������������������(_. J..  :'y;ji.iiUe:&:Co.'s; -;;?:?;,y?yv:J.;r;.-if;..,?;���������::������������������ 7  ?:;??Penhy iioslaee:iii Cauiida; goes :iiito  .: eifect nii.Niu-eiiihei" Oth, the. iJriiit"e oi?  .; :A\VaIe:_'y birthday. ? -'?"??���������:,��������� ?? ???y;?  ���������;���������'%.: ^AiiViiluiililt'-b'.isiiiessvii'oiiei'ty on J.lc-  ? Keiizie avenue ehiitigeci_:l'iniid's; at-.'-a  ^U^'^^^^i^^^UU^UUM  :^;y-HiVn.?T.^MjD-ilv>th;ihe'^!y::._i.;N6:::2  ??.ihis?iu6:-iuiiR?iTOi..i:th--:;-3^!Sty!Uid; pro-  :-.��������������������������� eeecledseihUrtjjstlO-slaiid, ;y _ f7'UUU  ���������:' J v'Tlie Hhrax,-):job,6Riee may:notiie  : .the'i'iilvotie'iri tejvvi)V?Uiii-yit. eertnihly  ?is the Ij&fc^viii^^-iHi^  from  IhJ'tjJp. it lhis{vv.eek.  -This.-is  v\ oi km *n li>; ton l .e. i 1  Il 1= sud th il   ine C  1*  Tt  p'ono-,'  lo loi -Hue I._. i i*-f i v e u   ,���������  lh    i tipi-  i it    of l,_.X) 0i)0 _��������� mons 2<0ttel   ibJ.e  llu li>\i'i_i.c of Oi.  .luoolv  * Ho's -, v ->ui -*l ilionti". c,uppl_ ?  "i\ e w.int to (I-U B A i u-tninoi nt tl.������  lli~ti!D~ V. t . li r ���������. ;. i i rili e  r.i11 i.iti, i i ir both [iniL  i-<i ij 11   <>  ^^ V * n Miie, lepif-. ili'i0- "'',1-  sh mi   \S tli*. to Oo , o1   U lluth, '".j nil ,  lhe.fit st til'ie eleeel, i'i.'tri6te_."ed  on   the  p.P'.Ri towi-B'ti'.  "A Viandyoinc: ceilur pulpU".,-' thti' ������iffc  of Sir. XV. F..t)vi\x:'.,.\i:i% bi'eii'.pliit'ed.  in,St. ,P(!lei"'s c-huri-h.: The pulpit���������'xyita  liesiitiiiid ii ti u built by, J. U, "���������Wood iiiul  ii a.flue jiiece o.f vvorlc. . ������������������������������������?'? ���������    ? ?:?  Pete Vv'f.ikei.leffc on Tlnivsdiij-'inbrn-  "uiU" fo'." A! iii ii n ''.Vv'usl;..: Out,. jMv.  -SViillti'i- hiiis'sp.eiib:..'!! eoiijile of moutlis  hei'i) look big a ft er. his , i n lei-esl s, vvh ich  are chitdly. eer.tei'ed in the Liii'ileiUi. ?:  The lire iIoy,":i the ("oliiinbia. river.is  .still l-aijinft"niiel :,i-.ndev: ii, heavy: wind  "niiglit'' i)e :t serious a IVivii". y Tl'.e en use"  of 'ii, good?'niany tni'Sli?.fires is the nep;-  leut. ihi the. part eie Ipptgiirs"and eaiup-'  c'.'S iii not piitting?hut,'Uieir eaiiip, lii'es  'vv.l'ieiV'".Ihey .-.re; lhrough vvith..'tbein..  .T!i'(V''p'i;f)'vhie6.16s^  ev(.)yy.j'(>iitU'hi'o'u'^ii':'tlie,'-careli,s-~n-,.s.-,.pt'  cauipt'i'S i'*iiilbthei?sin.?,iinl exercising  ;:i  lill lc.?:inn.e,.' ciii'O. ..,_���������.:���������.;.���������'.'������������������:���������?,���������'-:.?'..'.   .;.  .'���������:��������� The :Bi"il-is!i; Coin iii biit?Pernio hen t,Li?  to. Si. Co.:is eiijiiyiiig'wonderful'snciicissi.  :hi,ivhig' done - niore - lius'iiiess ?iiv , this:  pi"ovii.eev?si!iee?: inceirporiiticinVJjlhiin:  :!n!Hiy?:pf ytho;= Toroii'tp eompiiiiit'geiid:  "vvi t li i ii ? !. he it i t'-jt; yl; wqy-y eii vs y eif^tihe'ir  ���������existeue.e.     This? _s?ylb_,: buly-ctirp'tir-  . (itibti ?oi: .tlio .liiii'tl.���������with','.^^ ilsyheiid yotliee?  ���������.'���������iii.-:-.this,^vf"b.yi;'ieej'.'k~ntl?ii.i.'i;Oi'in  It-he. yyl^  '.'t'heopebjile'of^.A^iint'Ouvbi'Miiivij-.jslibiv'-ii"  their .appveciajiotiy eif: Iii is?:gi"eiiiyfaefc  by the libi'ral^vyriyi!" ? vy li i tb ill by. I iii.vi_,  taken stock inyt-he: eonipiiny?' 'iiii'yl"..  ;Buki~i'.'?\vill. i'Ppi'.es'eiit'!i the?above cbiu^  piiuy-''uy-riuv"t'lst_l<e-.',?7;-:"';?.:'??''y^^  KSy:.BECE������yER)l^T_HE;^  '.iiici-iti-GfByara'ar;;   Mcintosh     EsEir.eers  :"���������'��������� ?_���������.?'?'������������������' ,':.::'���������:������������������'.'?-���������?':..th'e'?Jviove������������������,,���������'.���������?���������':-';.':  :KosfeT_v~-i>,:y? Atifr??v0.���������;i ust? ���������jbe.foi'V.  iiii.l    buvieel   lit'.'ll'   the   siceiie  iU'ridt'iil.   .     ���������  Vi'iini;- .I'lc-iuin:.,; and bis .fiiih'-!.'. i'.ad  vvni'keei the'ii- way ni-ru-s' Uie glueii-i-  eaiiy in tbe ye.:; in lIii'-.!iopupi"(.nili:ig  S'e'iUl- in Iiie Copper river e'ount.i-y.  Titeli'' l.i-eiiih|'..,~i: did not etui vvith I he'  lei ".'i'.ilt! ito U'.'hiiitiiin. Tluuv ' wits a  rough' i-'-uni.ry to (ia*'a llifoufrii'. an 1  when .111. y reaylieii llie- live".- they  f.uiiid il i.o'i swift, i'i,!' tboir. liual. ���������They  hail '.tin-iied  hiifk  aiul were ��������� j^oiiig to  Cliieiiito.  ? Vv'he.ii well acrosfi tho ���������gliicii'l'. they  caitio to one? 'of'.-llii.:.' uuineroiis.-���������t-rc-  v.i:'..*-es and vybi-b lool;in:_. for a place. If)  IT.1SS.  . ,*���������-..-.. I-'iiMiiVng_.bi*-:'sletl on gui.iig lo  ilit>'bilj~;t!-'f)l''tbi-;'i)ig't'r;i('U, lO'.thougli'hin.  fat he Jail vised.hi iii t.().!cee!)-hack. Thi:  vvoi-il ?of :wai'iiiiiij; : liiid only heen  spiiketi vv'iH'ii I.i'loin'ing's'-,foot "siippe.il  ami ������������������������������������be .star ted like ;i K.'iQt down the  ���������������������������lioi-t incline' Lowa i-i! the: eib-ceof tlie  erevasse. Ha dug liis.ntiils ti'iiuticullv  info tl-.'o..ice bub. couUl,: gel, lio hold  Nom-ly: every hone, in his body, was  Uvolien?. lie was 22 vears old.    : y;  ��������� The' Oregon'-;-'pas-si _'ige._ -late that  theie iu-,; iibout ii.t'OU people or, the.  t-i"ieii.v;vUffi-ii;i;;,iuil?ii:i 1'iist as possibie.  Tiiey::iii;e,?afi-aid.if"the. geivi-u'-iinioiit'  (toe- no','��������� ?seiHi relief; to.'?Uieni? seain,'  tlvbre.'vvil! 'oe tjitiLo :.:i, loteif tlu-.nidieiif  iiXi'i'osiu-e. Tlie ie:e> is.mi'lUng i'ai*t iind  st-i~i';i.ii~'5 iiro svv-ollotv so high Hiiii l'un-  iiing';se.i s \vMfl? ihitt itis yoi-yibiugen'ous  to imeU _'!a!-C to~ei;o__,s tlit.niv'-liiit'riilliur  l.han sliiy:lheru?aiid?sUii"Vu to eleatb.  lhe pre ispec tors wi.11,. i-isk, tiny tb ing. .'������������������'���������;;  ?.len who vveri)? vvort.h hundreds of  'd'pllfii'B"' !V;fe.v,.iiionths,:.iigo fire now  peiuiile'sS'iiiid.; regret, ���������Uie??day -tbey  heardyof ytlio: Co|)|)e_ ? river: t'ouritry.  The ?i;iisseiigei"S __whoy:bli!iie-:iii oiv?the  ;Oi'i'g<m:i:;eyi!i-ho:Sesy.that:sb!i!ethi!ig  willbfcdbnulo :lii_lpf:tiie'i-_)Or fellows  ���������oUtyy.-yy-:v'::y.y:y?y ,y?:,. *,-??'?.:���������? y,.:?,:1:,?"-:?":?,  U:U 'J;'F;r^-!3.iJadeyCoiitebts?;y f'^U  ;J;Aii'i.HV-_i_ri.stKigJSo^e3'r:i_eif  iUi!oi!p;:lhe roeuil).ei"s:iif ::-;o.:2:l~ire Ijri-  giiue,i:.;uiie o.iroiihSloncliiybvH'iiing hist.  'o!i'-.-l"ii_ilic?Avu.'_:.:Tli(!'pi'izes?vv-ii'e-.iiii-il-  als, y which,, were? prnscntecl?by Chief  ���������y'n',uliders an.clyM r? ;J ;���������; G-. A lieu?'. Iu? the,  lieise'yconpling .contest,?of vvhieh,: the  ���������'i-iindi.tibris'w'e.i'o 16run 200 yards liiid  iiiiikoi'.nt'rbrakeyl-.vTelvo. er.iiplings. .7,  G.?Alb������raJdJv?E.?;ji?ekyb!iy.W()ii,:tiiviej  l.-~;)i:3?Mi:i.,:.cb:.fe.v':fo!U)iv_ii:,b.-.Vy  G. I-ii-uev? aiid? K?'D..?IohnstbnJwii?h  .l-,57'.a-5."  .For I'rescrvlnit frusli nml ijooil  Vi-Kclnl.tes, (~iin!ieil mnl lirif'I Frnll.������.  Ttl.'.'iiili. Ill Kl't'iit vr.i'l'.'t.v.  ���������'tinl'ili'ii Sinfls.of nil kli'i'.s.: ���������  OIUiK.lif- TAKl'.S .-,   .   ntlCKiVKI.lVr.liy  FIRST "'������������������STREET,    EAST  Buy j Fruit ���������     ;  and Groceries  Thill   nre  Rood.-   We:  V'i'i'hiibl-V  :?'���������''" have'���������Itiv" hesl ���������.Kleii-lflii   lov.-e.  ,  Onr frnii business Ims inereiivt'il  In   such    i>i'���������i.orl.ii.it_   tlinl   vve  :������������������'   have it arriving ilallj-, tliiis'bo-  FROM    .    .-' 'liis f__.*li, nnd vvo'.'KiiurliiiU'C it's  '���������_���������'.qiinlitj-.   Olii"   prices   for eitiiin-  y   I ilics-- for .ciiiinlug. liiu'i.oses���������  --',?-.if..'.; nre iK.-iiiivoVv- thc'.lovvcst in the  v: Kootetiiy;    ,: /iKp- -Muil''orders  ���������proiniitly iitluel.;'".'������������������'.'    ':  Agont lot' tho  niic'scntc'er Tor  I \llt-jv I 'l    i  D>.1AXj U!3*5. X~N  Q-ents' Furnishings  Boots, Slices, Hats, Gaps and  Station ^uy, Tobaccos, Gig&rs, Toilet and  Fancy  A-^:^.^.-^, Patent Medicines, Bto.  -KOS-a** ot-'-io'-: cjjot-_x3, ttFi-v-^rriizrroJZ'sz ���������* T3. c.  - _S'������  ���������������"!'!--���������������_'��������� m-. -T: . r-' All     -Q.V   $   : r.'  aj*, ��������� Lc .Uv: a I J. ks v M' ��������� V^ ���������'''"������' V <  ylt vve miule it, its proper  r  ^ _ <I  1-  ,    ."w.'.vC    _-_.     JCj  ���������^":UUU^7:  rt     ^ '.^  ' ^  ���������> J,'  <____���������  IL-'lor',   Du-.itlcc   l.'k'i''*jialadc  in   lib. J.u&  anvi /| ib. and  '/ib  Ims.  CroE-.-.? L' l.i?Ll:v.-cll*d Jam.      M.icoixciciiie'"- Pickles.  'Xcticy'i- r.nd OUicr Ci:o:co Terr  A. x'vel! Sob r'c-f" Stock cf Dried Fiuit.5 .ind Canned Goods  T/Iothf-i'^   I.luih, an. Ejcccllcr.'.  Picparstioti  for Poinds'-,  R'-pecially Adapted for Hot Weal her.  A i Large _nd Small Cheese Ficshly Made Butter.  New Laid E-rgs, Hay, Oats, Bran, Cncp, &c.  ^:J::  c^__ C : :  sbitii.AVelis & Cc)i, oi'iDufiith,yr;.iiiin.,   :-::ti.i-'_*B.,;i-.-,a^,.,,-_.-k...-...���������. . ..... _.,..  vvhbi ,sale hard ware, hiijybeen ill.':to'vv.ji'; 'rnidnight last -n'iijbl, :-ii<_lijb. 1. pinks ,(>f  ���������this,:week lboU.inj; up bus'iiie:ss?i:oi'������������������'tbo' the' c()Utity: e'ouvtyripiieiinii'u J\V. A,  Tii-iii???-?' -     ?.::.,:?'': ,y., " J-.?-?-;-? ??y:   Carl yleyeceivei- eif ;lhe?Le??Re)iJ_iiiie;:  :    -.-'!���������!)(������ iu)i.i_'.ii_:-.tie_~uivas: niacU'"on.'ya-ppVi-  O? ....  deiniiiisli'-lioii- ilally in tbe nrt,  ?bf?Ce)rreet::Tiiiloriiii_.   Our  ciis y  ioihoisiire ineiilelsof lionlness:::  : ..ninl fnsiiiini, .'iiii.l  vv e, lnlce liri-e.. :���������  'iii hiiviiigllie:!! .laicli.. :if::you y  ore" rai'tieiil-ir. il"  >'0,u' ������������������.<di>.lhesj-.  .must  he?" jusiy.so "���������the|i  vve y  "vvniity6u:foi'.ii oiisioincr..?lt"i3-  i. bur"pleiis.nr'e tc 'iilense'llio iiin.il , :  .? nf."e-nctiag.:.inste?������������������:.':'iiiey'iii~iii';;:  ''-"'linrdest to 'pleiiso is the mini vve  ?? .v-niit??. XV 6 n't .oii?let?iis elenioii- ?  'fi.striite v._Uh:yiiii. :?;.?y'?: y ????y?y  :,J|gSuitsi;$3.ojUp.||?  -?iiIi?l-Mifl:Ht;-  i\:o,yy-c7.o:'- --:..-���������"���������������., 1AO\>:4I5  '���������:���������','-������������������''.1'li'b kooicii-vTiiilor,- , ,:-vi:' '.  ���������������������������*:': :: y: , y' lleiveistoko, Stntion,:y  miss: sori-ey.  ������������������i'upli'oI'-'Mr. "Viiv. :it. F.ht'-fw'iioili of: >7ev;  .     Vork nml (Jliieti..e), nnil J.lr, Kvnest V.'hyti)  of OUiumi, will i-neeivc jiupllH for Ini-inu.-  ti._in iiiipi-iiuiovte plnylui; ivmi ,*ii'._:iii:;.  '^~i~~v~������ni(iiii at  the resiih-'iieie r,f .v~r. T. ,1.  .'-irniiiirii, jVii-Ke-.i'/.ie.Ave. fit..  1::  The:star;1arber?s.:IQp;  ' ??.???:' i::;77i':������W&i!i-$>7.f ���������-'������������������ :??;���������?,:?  Candias and; ?- ?.??:???.? U^lS^U:  ���������.:,Confccliphprr.''.y';"'.,:'7^  '>j';Jj\-^^j^^"������-'Vc-"s^v|������K:^|^^  ITTST-'.   Ivi-i't''.ill���������'Nio.f.n nnel- .av, stto, te>..tl.-.  i?y"   ?(���������.'.-. -Triiilc;; 'l.rr.ifii-s raihl..- ;..,:������ 77' ?  Bstl'i��������� Room jn Gounection,-^Hbt;ov, Cold..!  - J1'-'-,   siirip eiiiposito:;::'',.;';.;7-f7,:7,.:-  :'>J:^.v",C_ii>iaii':'-Drii:;:i'.l"o-o^^^  ���������ft i .:���������'$-*  'fill:  wmm  SCRhr N OOORS  SCREEN  "'I !f''D'")V/5  .- ".    ''.������������������' ���������    :V   ���������:.':':.''���������   ":.:''.':'������������������:-.������������������'-'   ���������,���������������������������:'���������������������������''    ���������', :    -'.' ���������;���������-������������������   l :.���������::������������������.���������,-���������;���������.��������� \- ���������:,:���������..���������������������������  ���������'.������������������.' .Tuni  _"h:it, vou require! .16 keep yimr liouiio cool: and ikeep",  out the.ilies.     :We  eaii   tit  yoii-'out  in- iUiyUiiiiy; .inythis line.;:  -.;.':  Steel:wire ?inos(]uit,o?.iiKtlii'is fi'f.ni .1.5 cents per yard.:'  Sprint;;:  hiiiKe-: iiiul door pulls for -CT-en?dooi". .'i^euiits pei' Set-*'_: Coal'bil?.  : %-fovi's-.-single aiid-doiilile bin"iibi"S?;'Tllb: lajleilij-iited" iJbib.Flail!_:;  y oil stoves.���������i'-=;'I3i"iani..li(~iiiiil.-.p~iinl!i alvvays on' baiiil " "  m$p  ���������'������������������f-i-'-iW.';. ^-;-  ���������t^'^^^r"  V*'  ("ft  i i i  ���������JLJ.JJ"'-" " -J",-,;, J: -'?--??-? ?���������???: ?u-  :;lJ;'A'\t-7''P?',p*-'M-/^;-F:-; :iJ-J"J^  f:'"--"i������������������."'.'-':::'"U'U'7i7 J?.:~Ui&&*������&  if.  C^fejtSHg  ..,?,The.'.ii_".v buiidihg: .being -'erected  by  Mr. 13: A. L-ivv-on, opposite t'.ie ('owaii  -------   -���������.������������������..M..i'i,���������....���������,VV Avill  lnotk is neai pit;   tun.])'-lie_.li  have a?fine   appearaneu  .when   corn  ���������".._.eted._?'rhe; buildir.'sjwill siiortlylie  occupieel as- a m.Uiiiery and ?f.ui. v  ',.gue)U3 Store.?.?'~'--?''??? :'? ���������'??:':??:?? ?v ??"  '-. This; towii  is forgiup:'nhe;!;bvl)ui_ ?ii_;  yet there" is no one orhi'dy al "its head  .'���������.���������"to direct, .its: fiil-ute"i.le&t,'uiy.yoi"make  ���������?go6(l.'v.-b'ittj-~ve have : sot.   Cibiv  'nieor-  v'.-av������.<-r pid-*p"-i".i.y ao.*' o.v-cp'.i-.!'; uvt  y the Kooienuys.?:,:;?.:? '. '������������������?.?  , U'nas. K. Raid.'-fiui- .neipului-' '"dru'X~'-  aud?EriUiU G-arrand-left on \y.ikl%sil.iv  ,ib "ii'ppoVii tin'c'n tr.vv'.-is- liihcU" "on ?a.pjili  cation- ?of - ~!ljieMl.-("ov.?-;?,!;u-kiiite::sh,,  .uiaiiagei' of the Britlsh-Aine."icaii  eor-  ' poration,:.?y"? '?./.?..:;:���������  ?:A?sr soon- as the.nppointn'.eiit. wns  made. .!v.?C:u!yle? weutivvitVi: "Deputy.  oher.ifViy.iVii-.-.stiiitii .-.tlvc���������'..ill ine, .sei'ved  i - ii- yiiv, -ib.'% a vi tb: 1 ���������0.~ilt".: possess ion, ���������; ii r^  Cai'lvib appoint eil.the'���������.:shperiliuiiid _;:���������.!:,  fof:the mine akhi- a~-o?(t,. _?Tod;.iv ?! hi-1  I mine'isi'iiriniu-^ thy.i'aiue.as us u  Vvjieiu aske-(-?-vhy~ th::-;''iip>>olutiui-'Y*;-,S'|)*.s.*ii''.-.ce.  ,yT!ie iaddei" :e!uvibi!.g?:i"0!npi_-  ;.iUbb;::vvh:i-b::wa_;;e'i;"ried?oii:;it,-_B:iiii"iie  Sips.' -jt.oi:b;:ihe'?iiui iieioe; ;to veseiuiii  dumiiiyroivtlii! f rnhb: kii'.lfeK-'fi't"iin'-'tbc  'iiiiaicbi'iivv?Ti arise is'.iii -tbo bbst-.tiiiic*. was  wriii ?by J?' A ?��������� 'Birney,; t imb?:S .st: t-o iids, H'i*  'Tliei:e.?'.ve!.;-ij liot ripiiriy ;ln iiiaoy speetay1'  leu-s of IheV.ompelitiiin as  its  inl. rest  anil important"..! vvouUl: have vvar-raut.-  ed, and tlie Herald thinks ii was:only  i.lo.-lo th_ pni>l;e:-;r,i_������'!i,. vvhieh proropr.-  i.d'?t.Ss'_! i.ii-i'p.'.aut of ih^syontesi. anei i.he  ,-hi'.':irii>-ies^-:'---vv'iil'f;'..:,wiii:-.liv'the���������'������������������,.���������b.t-i^.-ul-i  [look it?np,.C:::-'|.'-i}_?;?! !'iii-~;iii-:;,:i!ttt t>Ziio.i-  ! eitUi'.iiil.'shoiutl.li!iVe'H:.vi:-?t. the rxVas'o::.  i t-,it,   H-^ht ..of. iVieii.- eoui:Ceu:u:e;;?ytiiVi  tr-*i> -~  -���������_ 'r -i. _^-������ <r������ _ --.  feI  ~������, fi   t     V, *, J,  ^rt-X"*!**  T%\  n n?  ������)  mmm^  JnoiivereHl'.rrosii;^^  Jj-piiriieitoveri.ii.ij'iiniliiijsl.oy^  i  ^���������������f.'&;^  .,v,,,'������aek:;(  ttitv.'" apj'io'.iiit.iiiont'.' 'af ��������� -Mv. ������������������������������������viirlyk" jj^?  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A     ' "tn"^X  /-��������������� <-5)  \'>  c^5  ���������'J;-  it -  ~'U~  7UU  SheriTf's Sale. :_J ;: t.  11.1s  I..Y.H  ..; -.,*.,......   liv virtue <>������ n writ ot e.veeulloii i-*_-,iieil onl of  r.iirfir   hetoie   the  Wtli   eliiv 111. Auirmil. l:WS,    liieSupri'ine: eVjiua en Urllisli Cnliimliin 011 the  In K.'ail liyf-pusl iii'iipulii t.i li.e: lunlersipiii'd,   *"i.ii ilnvof .Inly IS.'' iifnn atMou -.vlr.:rL'ia The  '���������'."-' "'--������������������.     .   j .--.iiii-Iiors for the lCseeuu'ir.  A. 15. I'liipi.*, &,.].,   . liTiji'crltil Ihuikf'i i;i.".i.'.'!a .were- pin in tiffs nntl  '" ������������������' .their Clirlstii'-iiuiiil -nrn_i-i\ 'iiii'Ii'iis-eto cint   'the An'ovi'lier-'l Saw .nml  Plmilngvijil IllS'.Oora-,  iv\ *aJ***-_, *->.-"*-> ! elr-p.rli.oy.-.r:   ill.- ~i\:\\   i,u!'*ie,.nlnr;i ���������: of ,'.heir   p.niy I.iiuileOAveri.'eU-f./iielnnlrf in the KUin of  i;-.ij_UK!iA j ������������������Inin'i.'l'. -Si'.i'.'ii;..-;!! '.f their' en-!"..".inl.   wieV:lI.o   55177.:.! mnl .eans e.-t-. t'.ii.I of"a wiirrp.nt.,of o.-.---  I nii-ii'irc iij'ii.'v vi'i'iiritier, (ii i-.nvi lieh'.-Iiv llient.   .ceullon���������'isauoi!   oni   o' Uif tviiiity Court ot  1     '��������� ' "���������,--"���������." ,i,v,-.r.i,,K-.i.o.,lc'.,_i.: .   ICoiiter.nyr.t Ite-.velsi-.lre; on llii! Gllitiay .of-Jnly  3SHS, wlioroiri tiie fc'ai.l liai.eritl liitiik ot'Ciiimela  ��������� 1 were plaintiff.. Hiidtlio j\i'r.iwlii:n:l Sti\v nml   *���������_..������������������..    .l���������!.,r..l���������������i������.|n   f1,n  ���������1"?0;������������������liiio:)  pi'e,,t."s!'s were: to >'e  the el'.-.c'.iori ot l.'l". I  (ii; K.-uiJiiii:. niy? K-'-b'"1  )ut'hyX;ii.."iiuii',' iin'.l, J','--,  ���������.-iii". ��������� Vjiiicouv.)!"'   v'v'oi'ki.  v.  c-l~i''"_3  La,       J   *  *       ^'~f  Ti:.-'..-  C-  Tei the __,-K'.or e.::.,-.;: i.'niMi.n.  Sir.���������I vvi:-!) to protest-m tb.". name  of good Hisiii'i.'j".-  .gainst the   ceuubii't  C,  ���������i-.'.i.':(o,.-y: 'ii.'V ��������� -.-  I-'iir/t.-in_'".'.-. ���������������������������'������������������'; "������������������-  j'.rv iii ::->.f ili>-"_ if ������������������������''.-  ���������>U inUU;- !J';'!!  ii.:-/. in  e������>I,  ���������'-. to .-nit  -ijrj.Ti'of.eT.-'.fV.a.. 111   111-lu    op_.11-,    ,        ^.it'ie-    fo       .   ,,  1,1^   of   ti.'   n.ine_   imini. ��������� .    'v   -~.u-   ,��������� Lh, (I,   , ���������n,. ,������  K.���������  ollv, , iaI ���������,,,,  mm dinw ihetovwi. _ndl citfu-i-'i v. ith |nHl,���������x     n       *   *i,       -,t    -    ,1  ,    , ,.  ,.,'..jr^-vre'l V   "���������,"���������'   I~       '       1 I      1    f    1       ,    ,e .ei      f   .,  too Lii*.     ' ^ 1       1 n . 1    <   ' ���������   1    .      1   . e.'"   1  i ' I   e    . 1    Ml      1   '       *. ' ,  ���������   For Sale, I g!  "1.   two resi'ieiil.inl luta on Tliirel-St., oppo*    i=||  Slioes  fainter ana  j-    '     y ..   ' SJ.   ^J'-i*-     -  o    c^.i.-"-.r"~'-7,     ;kc Si      Ci  airiiiij.-. j'i)P'.'j  1*''���������'>!-"���������"���������-''������������������"��������� "     .     ���������  in������,  ileiiiMi-rainlhiB.'iii (ill ���������'I,.rn!������:lits,.  Ciiri-h'i;t- iy.niiiib'. l^iwini".,'*c.  ���������Duted Hit.  .ti. ,i::ye,Jiiily./.������"'^-i  ���������:nni: ft Scut, ^y   -, ?  Kei'Ctstoke, B.C.. ���������      ...  P. lie'.ters for the TSxceutor.  ..?������������������' Application Foi- Land.       ??���������..,?���������  ?  JJoii.-ii ���������,"*���������. hevi*!)'-.- aiv!-)il-...i.Miiieliiv_ after elate,  1. .:ii!s mnl w.firk!,- ic.r ���������i.'t;rnii,<sioii:.-t6'-.p'iU"Cli(i������i'  Ki;. I'.crof. r.i".re Or l._s. ot liii-arveyi:.'! ��������� le.nel,.  pnrt e,f-.viilch v.-������sf07!iierlv.pi'c'_!inploeI hut now  a!>-littejii'.vl bv Apihille'. hevt-Si-jiio. mie! slliinte  ir; :|;,).,vaiii ,i;'-/i;i'i,-, Bii! Vnviii' district nnel eleii-  VTluiHi -f.t, fo!!:i-.vs: e'Mraiuuai'il-.i; nt, i>. post nt  >". K.'rnriK.r':ui"l-.-.niijai".'.ir>i k,:i<~. tifi.rke.-l Iv: E.,  'iii::ie,'.i le.'.aii'.'i'.'J.iiii'.fr,::, tiioae\- *.:i'.*i J'fi eiaiias,  eo':i!i_a!ii|. ".'il! -''re.*:, !iw)'0 or l>���������:-.:".. ���������  <-.,;jo. I.iroRME:  iievslHUil-c. B. C.: Ji!ii,.0,.is;ih.   ���������     ������������������     ���������   .idaiigO  v c.e plamii *. 1 1 in. j*.  l'lRiilnir Mill l.iinileel weie ilei'or.tliints in tlie  sum of>l5l.r-l ami vosts etc., etc. 1 have seized  the property ol the sni.1 eiefeiulnuts niuneel  1   lfi\   .1 il *h .11 telP'ie Mime hi puhnc auction  0 1 iL   j    1 1      11 ~ e-     1 I   l_ o el 11 k  1 1   i 1 t ll e- 1 ' ������    ~  P'.ii 1 iz  *   .*- _ ri n. . 1   il    ii i ~, 1     rj-'     1    _ I i_ C  ii > ri 1 h ilu i ii \u!l ai-' 1 -ml  1        111. r n_ jt 1     .iu .   '   **   Lrl!s fi.es  1 on 1 "��������� 0c, tte ii  1. v iht i'i em it-,   1-. soorci  I Hie1  j 1   ,.  ' \   1 emit  J 1-into-, r. r.t. 1 to 1 l)v������ve���������One mill builel-  for saw mill with eii"j*ine house, nnel sash anel  tluor i-r.e:torv aLltiehcel, 1 ttry kiln, 1 blacksmith  shop r.net tools, anvil, force nud bellows therein  1 boarelini; house,", loeigiin. liouse.bunk houses,  2 irame two story builelings oecupicd its residences, 1 horse stable, 7 work horses/harness  suit wagons, als.-i all the machinery anil saw  . .1   rnr.ti,r.r nlnnt.  of  everv kind   and  Hhf,e?* Iifiaieht r?f a:^ 'ere meielern,  -    - - .V.      ,...     ,.,;|j,|.-..  .iJ,.:M  Khoes bought of us  pliable, ..tvll-h nntl   I  - Wth 1:1. 'V-n'.'-'i'i  iipp.-  i-e-.. I  ho!  ..!.tl<  'f;!U])JI,liy      Wil.  uirwai'iis   (:(.:iiiiiil-,e'rl  -'l'ltiej.'i.-i. tv.i.-.u'i'foii".;; so _':.._.���������  ()f   I'.'l'K!."'.  'I'  Con^-t  "UtT*.     i* . 1 :   ee  ' 1    '" 1 ]- >" 1     1      h  fio. 1 tl.t 1 *-' tnr   1 -   ir   11 \        ', '     "   1  .ibout"-of 'J hfj-    A.i^.   ',    ti    nei'v   ("        iti.  ji  I_lIslPl,   C.111        l> .-       ' '11    I l.l<     1 1 - 1    '  the v.iite.   1 )'' n������   1 .    i" 1       ' e ���������                                    I      1  socie I nn        - 1     < 1 *   1 r 1        1                          1         1  110th' le-^.'i                 . ���������        ' \                    1                   iui      11           (1,  d 1  vie d    1   Ih    1   1  < 10.                           .        11           1                11  11 n-cejin iue sen .-> .1. ������   a , 1 ( '      "'    1         *              iiii       1 mn n   *���������' ( ii  j.  **U'  . 1-   tlu   tii.th     /ni;.    1 . 1 oi 1111   1    li' ;i   .������ 11 1'..    j  (t< e1 'iv ti " [ifil t(. 1 ho  alio .1 the 11.1.1 A j; .1 ;��������� v .1' b    t.i i>il      h    1,   .i< itiii'  .1 ' .   t'liimninl b     1  fi.;i~ _.-ctivt 1 'ix (       "      * '                        .   ' o*  .tia-  p.-.-.|'f.'.'iei  -,!!/!! Si,.-,'! lie.!  :t3;:  . i'E'-l ���������  --11  rf <-<- -if-! t -x->, 'r**; r- ~'*  x  . . '  .* -> ������  J>*  Jl'iC.  i'!:l.<:>:, v_ry ,���������::,.������������������,,  ;,.r .-H.-iy   Ti:i.:  ..-  :���������::,_,:::<;,:  :',;.>:;.. , "       ���������   ���������  v.'e c..ii help vim !o buy re. ielcr.tal, le.i.i !f  you iiai'iu ti' iaiii'l on tiiv-i-i. Her,t.Je.i prci-.T'iv  111 Itevei-I.iki* is 11 valuable ��������� possi:_,::ion ri������i,'t  iiu.v.   Cull inul make iiuriiri.-a,  III'  ���������('���������  ',0--atM   t    CO  'i3:i  Fallis Bi  M'v h i.tjil''iiL_i';iinj.tu-ji-)liL,lijiiiJ-a  W  '���������fe  . ,������_  .-_..'    i.'  vf.nr or  SSUlU vvm'lo���������pr-nil'il. atieneitei to  .'l.av.Tt  Robert Flemings r>._,.  :���������:r:u.**:<,.!   -.,,  1..,,,,.....   ,   :vf_atf_T: nnf'  i",*".!'',:; .if re., oihuat -itnuieti' in I.'o&t.iiiiiy Dis-  trif t. .etn-arje-i-'j-.i-rii:, a. -,,K.fji ir.,,.'i-l.-...i' '-initial  , Pf-*-;'--'.:".li \'.'f.-.*i. I'f.rp.nr f-io^'hir... ljiaiited*' tei-  I .,y..-:;-i ���������yj'r.-'.-.e I..-.;:.; Ii iiiii:;: r;iv:.'*:,,,0 '-'���������'��������� a p.'iin:  ! "���������.'���������'��������� :'.'/". irfj'i-i -..h'Tiu,.'(n "ec-iKr.orti-ir: ci -snuli  I :;;7::.?. ti:o;y>. -leir-i,J/.;. ."���������:���������[;. iu;.t lor 630 feM  r.i..-n.'e i-e.::i_\ ,.:i "i-g:. _I i.-iia. v.'i _- .iit -i5-S.H feet,  i'r..-.-.ii'.-; n.-.jth -10 ,12^. f--. min. -,Yt-������.t Xor, 1S51 feet,  c<.'iitnii'.:iis 17.ia ne*.������_ s-.c.7C e.r less.  S~~"F-ii~"E IjIMITKI),  Cisuc-ral Manager  Notice'of Removal "  o!ra:e ol   tho-^toM field- of ��������� 13-C, tho ,  The  oiiiee oi   iii-:'*.._,i,.   .,.......- _.    _  Tangier and Waverley -.Tines ejo. have been  ro.aeiv-cd te> Alber; Cntivon v.-iiere all bnBine-.  In connection with the above comiJiiuita will  in future be transaeted.  j! J. T>. GKAHAJT,  ('euernlManaBer,  Kevelstolie. August 1st, 1503. I'1

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