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 -r        '   ���������'    .'     -'   '  J  sus",  -ISSUED  TWIOE-A-WEEK - -wzEmzN-ZESTx^-s-s   ^nsrx)   SA.T"CTK,ID^.YS-  \ >������������������  Vol. IIT.    No.  68.  IS  OUR  FIELD  Our business is steadily  increasing. Our-stocks are  larger than ever. We buy  in car load lots. Our ware-  room and cold storage facilities are the best in Revelstoke. We have a large  branch store at Trout Lake  City.  The Lardeau and Trout  Lake district is now coming  to the front; shipping mines  already, and rail way "transportation by competitive  companies is now a certainty. And we are well  prepared to supply miners'  and prospectors' complete  outfits. ���������  Have You  Made Up  Your Mind  what 3'ou would like for  your new.suit? .Ko matter  ���������vyhat kind of clothes, style,  color or pattern you fancy  most, come and examine-our  new and up-to-date stock.  Men's Shoes  for Summer  Every shoe in this showing is new; new. in pretti-  net-s as well as in fashion,  material arid making. We  have been appointed sole  agents for the -'Slater Shoe"  but have plenty other makes  aud styles for -any preferring them. '  About  ���������Prices-  When we sell you an  article at Si it's worth SI;  straight business methods  at this store. Our business  is tb sell general merchandise not only this year, but  next year and ���������years after.  That being the case, it is  simply business common  sense for us to sell the" very  best goods we can  as cheap  aa we can.    We  want  your  trade, and we are making it  worth your whilo to trade  with us, This you know or  will know. All branches of  our business are to be kept  right up to the times and  the prices kept down.  ���������  If You Can't  Call on Us  we will call on you-���������just let  us hear from you, Our advertisements are plain facts  plainly stated. We invite  investigation of them in  any manner.  C.B.HUME&C0.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke,  B.C.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST SO, 1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  'I  Arrival of Fall  Novelties  The almost daily arrival of early Fall novelties causes a great commotion and  constant butiness activity throughout the big store. It begins in the receiving room  where hundreds of cases, bales and packages of rich merchandise await the routine of  marking off. It extend.-' to tlie department fur which the novelties are intended.  Tourists and home-goers may enjoy goods from Paris nnd London, V-imina nnd Berlin too  by a visit to the Big Store. Next issue we will have something mo>e to say of these  goods,    fn the meantime see if there is anything in this list you require.  Mens and  Boys  Clothing;  15 Men's Suits, single breasted, sacque ;style. in all wool,  Canadian, in 'light mid dark  brown shades, good Italian  cloth lining, regular prices  from $0.00 to ������12.00, sale price  toiii.iri'ow $5 00  20 Yoiit.hs.3 piece Suits.single  breasted, s.irqui' style, in all  wool Canadian Tweed, knee  pants, sizes from 2S to 31,  regular price $0.00. sale price  tomorrow $1.50  2-1 Men's Bicycle Punts, in all  wool Ciiiiiidiiin Tweed," in  brown shades, str.-ips for helt  side, and hip pockets, regular  pi-ice $ 1.50, sale price $3.25  Clearance of Summer  Headwear  Men's Plain Clinton and Rustic Straw boaters, with  black and f-incy bunds, balance of odd lines, regular  prices $1,25 to $1.75, tomorrow to clear  .75c.  Children's plain white, navy, black and brown Can-  Ion Straw'Sailors, with plain ov fancy satin hand.,  regular price 50c, now to i;Ienr '. 25u.  Ladies  Corsets  25. only, pairs of Corsets, odds  and ends , of "stock marked tita  price to sell quickly. None were  HI ' less than $1.25 and some, as high  as $2.00, for to-morrow- only.75c.  90C. Tapestry Carpet  at 75 c. To-morrow  150 yards Tapestry. This is a rate opportunity to  cover a room ata very small outlay. Goods worth  00c. good designs and colnt-ings. on sale to-niori.iw  morning, extra special to clear, per yard 75c.  81.25 Curtains for 75c.  25 pairs Nottingham and Scotch Lace Curiums, 50  inches wide. 3 yards long, white, good selection,  regular $1.25 per pair, special value nt (see them).75c,  Preserving Kettles  The fruit season is here, preserving"is in full swing.  Get your kettles now at this special sale. The  Famous preserving kettle (J5c. to $1.00  A Record Bargain in  Draperies  This bargain is offered in the Drapery section. The  quantity is fairly large, hut you will need to be here  early tc secure the goods.  175 yards art muslin, 10 inches wide, reailv choice  patterns and colorings, useful fur Curtains,"Drapes,  Cushion Coverings, etc., regular prices 20c. and 25c.,  sale price  tomorrow l;-,c-.  Carpets, Curtains and  Cretonnes  We select these three items as representatives for  our home furnishing section tomor-i _iw morning,very  worthy and acceptable representatives too, from a  money saving point,  300 yards now English Cretonnes, 33 inches wide, a  full range of new designs and color combinations,  suitable for lounge coverings, c'lshinns and draperies,  regular prico 25c. a yard, tomorrow morning fur. .ioc.  j! A Staple Department  | Flannelettes  A table of 33 inch heavy Flannelettes, medium and  dark fancy stripes, fast colors, regular 12Jc.. lo clear  we now offer it at, per yard 9C.  tfl Our very best  Shirt  Waists  Must Go now  ^ 11 our high class Shirt Waists are to be cleared ant  on_ Thursday morning irrespective of their regular  prices and value. Not a single garment will be held  back. Commencing at our $1.25 lines and up to the  best we have left in stock, viz, those at $2.25, all will  be put forward iit one price.  Your Choice for  One r>"11'"- in ���������urn  All told there will nearly fifty of these Ladies' Shirt  Waists and in that lot, there is not an unworthy style  or garment, perfectly new goods this season and  right up to date. tno. Remember no matter what  our former price was ynu can take your pick at this  sale fnr $1.00. Of course it is much to your advantage to be here in the forenoon so as to make your  choice while the assortment is at its best.  Table  Linen  Towelling1  10 inch Special Crash Towelling, regular price 12Ac.  during this sale, per yard 10c.  Three Umbrella  Bargains  Good   Silk,   Good   Handles. Good Steel   Rods,���������the  kind that havo been selling at $1.50 and $3.00,     This  sale we'll clear them ut the following prices:  Ladies'  23   inch   Umbrella,  gloria taffeta and some  twill silk cover, close roll, fancv horn and other style  handles, regular $1.50 for $1.00  Ladies' 23 inch Umbrellas, in satin de c-hene cover,  close roll, steel rod and fancy handles, regular $2.50  for  only $1.50  Ladies' 23 inch Umbrellas, gond silk' cover, steel rods,  natural wood and fancy handles, regular $3. for $2.00  A Gr-enuine _  White Quilts  in  $2.50 to $3. Shoes at  Only $1.25  25 pairs Ladies'Dongnla Oxfords, in tans and   black,'  regular price $2.50 and $3.00, for $1.25  35 pairs Men's Tan Russian Calf Oxfords, standard  sewn soles, coin and medium toe, regular $3.50 and  $1.00,  for $2.00  7 Coal Oil Stoves  These are the products of first class Canadian factories and at the price we arc now offering theni  there  will be none left in a day or two.  7 only, Gem, one burner, for just $1.00  A money saving item  in the Hardware dept.  15 only, Genuine Enterprise Meat Cutters for. ..$2.25  60 inch Bleached Irish Tir We  Damask, warranted superior  quality and finish,- regular75c,  for one day-only at 65c,  Unbleached Cotton \  30 inch  good weight'factory, regular 0c,. during this  sale .*....... 25 yards for $1.00  Princess Quilt, gond heavy weight, full bleached,  ready for use,*full double bed size," regular $1.75 for  only $1.15  Patent satin  quilt,  with  raised  niarunilles patterns-  imd fancy centre designs, hemmed .ready for use, full  double bed size, regular $2.25 for $1.75  Marseills quilts, in pink and light, blue with marseills  patterns and fancy centre designs, slightly damaged,  full double bed size, regular $3.53 for $2.00  ������  ������������������������3������i><^^  THE OLDJIHNERS  A Beautiful   Tribute" to the   Pioneers of  in the Mining West.  Every old miner is not a rich man,  nor is every rich miner an old one.  Many, very many, who joined in  blazing trails to the El Dorados in the  far west, who have built their humhle  log cabins where prosperous towns ov  cities have long siuce displaced them,  who set tlieir stakes and spent months  or years to develop prospects into  paving mines, whose hopes nf striking  wealth ended not in fruition, whoso  tenacity of purpose and bulldog hang-  onativeness led them, over and over  again, to venture their time, their  In bor, their all in other equally disastrous ventures, have either passed  "over tlie range" to prospect for <\  home "not madu with hands, eternal  in the heavens," or are now with  whitened locks or furrowed cheeks,  with bent forms and faltering steps,  patiently waiting for the summons to  lay aside their picks, pans and shovels  and drills and spoons and hammers,  and go up higher where short, water  and barren rock are known no more  forever.  We say there are many old miners  waiting to join their comrades who  have gone to lind a bonanza, in the  Great Beyond and who leave tbe world  as they enteied it with nothing to  claim save the air they breathed." But  they have done a good work, they  lived not in vain. Fifty years ngo  they crossed the Missouri river and  entered the "Great American Desevt."  into an almost unknown country,  bearing their lives in tlieir hands,'  meetiug and overcoming obstacles and  dangers of which they knew not,"  frightening or driving the savages of  the plains from their pathway and the  less savage animals from their lairs,  but defying all, followed the setting  sun on its course to tlie golden sands  of the Pacific, where they founded an  empire in doni-iin.astoi'ehtiuseahounding in gold. But they huilded. better  than they knew. They opened the  way for others to follow. In blazing  the trail to the Pacific they passed  over great stretches of plains arid  mountains, out of. which Nebraska,  Colorado, Idaho, Montana and Nevada  have been carved each' treasure .vault  from wliich" countless- millions.have  been emptied into the busy world's  channels of triule.c_i~ei~.ting millionaires  and multi-millionaires while the trail  blazers themselves .-were- awakening  echoes In camps that added more  millions to the wealth of countries and  their people.  All hail to the-old miner! He opened the gates through which the more  fortunate, passed to wealth. He uncomplainingly endured the privations  and hardships whicli. are ever the  handmaids <..f tlie pioneer. His yntiih  disappeared in his combats with an  adverse fnrlune. Middle-age claimed  him before he finished his battle, and  old age has seized him. Physically  broken down, but rejoicing, he has  lived to see an empire in the west, "all  of wliich he saw and part of which he  wns." Envy possesses not the old  miner's soul. It will be a short only  when the 'busy, hustling, bustling  throng now around him, grasping for  the "almighty dollar," will also travel  the road leading to the unknown here-  after, which he is prepared to take  when the signal is given to "strike  camp."���������Western Mining World.  i***-*'***********'***^**** 79 ;y^^r^r'r^rtf������w^r.r*e#*g#*^  HOSTILE TOWARDS GOVERNMENT  Complete Change of Sentiment Leaves  the Semlin'Ministry Friendless  Vancouver, Aug. 2(5.���������Dr. F. S.  Reynolds, proprietor of the Ashcroft  Journal, said in an interview with a  local paper, today:   -  -  " According to the best accounts the  temper of the people of Cariboo has  had a very decided change since the  In������t provincial election. It is now a  question of a dead-set opposition  against the present government, and.  in the event nf a general election,  neither of the present uieinbers could  possibly be returned.  " The Journal supported the present  government.���������the then opposition���������at  thu last election, but, witli other sensible people, its opinions have changed  since.  " Mr. Helgesen's announcement of  his change of heart, is about the latest  news of our section." said the doctor.  "I have been told���������I don't know nny-  ihing about it myself���������that it would  be almost dangerous for Mr. Helgesen  to show himself in Barkerville at the  present time, sn decided is tlie feeling  all through Caribno against the general conduct of affairs."  " What is yonr opinion in the event  of a general elect ion ? "  " I think that 05 per cent, of the  votes would be cast against them, and  perhaps 5 per cent, for them. It would  be simply impossible for them to lie  elected. Everybody seems in opposition to the present government, and  anyone could beat either of the present  members. There would be no doubt  of that. The mining laws enacted  under the policy of the Hon. Mr. Hume  have heen most unpopular and T think  you will find this all tbtwugh the  upper caiftttry."  LABOR  DAY   DEMONSTRATION  ^    A List of Events to be Gone Through  With Next Monday���������A Healthy Prize  List���������A Day to be Looked Forward To.  Benevolent societies meet at I.O.O.F.  hull at 0:30.  Grand parade 10 11.111. sharp, headed  by Revelstoke City Blind.  Dedication of Oddfellow's Hall at 11  a. 111.  spouts commence: at 2 p. m.  Boys' race. 100 yards, buys under 10  years.  Girl:,'race, 100 yards, girls under 10  years.  Boys' race, 100 y_rd._, boys under 15  yea rs.  Girls' race, 100 yards, girls under 15  years.  Tug of War. boys under 15���������ea=t vs,  west.  Past Grands Race, any age.  100 Yards Dash open.  Benevolent Societies' Tug of War.  Ladies' Bicycle Race. 440 yards.  Three-Legged Race���������open.  Novice Bicycle Race, 220 yards.  Obstacle Race, ICO yards.  Piu Eating Mutch.  Sack Race.  Two Mile. Bicycle Race, North Kootenay riders.  Football Mutch���������Lardeau vs. Revelstoke. 4 p.m.  Social dance at Tapping's theatre at  9 p. m.  GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.  Elegant line of prizes, cash and  value, a list of which will be published  next issue.  A Wonderful Illustration in Telegraphy.  One result of the accident to an east-  bound freight four niiles oast of Donald, about one o'clock Monday morning, and which interrupted telegraphic  communication at that point, was to  give us an interesting example of the  capabilities of the Canadian' Pacific  and the American-Postal Telegraph  systems. On receiving the report nf  the accident Supt. Duchesnay, at Revelstoke, was anxious to.instruct Field  regarding the wrecking outfit and  make arrangements for cle'ar-ing the  wreck. In a few minutes a direct wire  to Field was arranged which enabled  Supt. Duschesnay.to make allaii-anf?-.'-  rnents direct. Considering the .fact  that thib wire circled the continent  with the exception of a few miles, it is  certainly a wonderful illustration of  the perfection oft he C.P.R. and Postal  Telegraph systems. The wire leaving  Donald -parsed, through y Vancouver,  B.C., tlience via'Portland. Ore.. San  Francisco, Oil.. Albequeiqiie. New-  Mexico, lienver, Col., Kansas City.  Mo., Chicago, 111.. Toronto, Out., Montreal. Que., "Winnipeg, Man.. Swift  Current, N.W.T...to Field, B.C.. 11 distance of nearly eight thousand miles.  M. M, Stephens at Field, and J. McMillan at Donald, operators, handled  the wire, which worked to perfection.  ���������Golden Era.  News From Fish Creek.  Two important new discoveries  have been made close to the mouth of  Pool creek; a 15-foot lead^located by  Mr. Tweedie, containing copper, silver,  and last, but hy no menus least. $052  in free milling gold ar.d lead, which  may prove to be the same, which  crops out at the Beatrice, containing  .a_streiik__iof;_cai'hoiiii tfes,__.jit.s_k������_ st_t wo.  feet wide, which you can scratch out  with your hands, and a mass of solid  galena ore of a thickness which  Messrs Butler and Roland will ascertain ns -soon as they can get to work at  it. W. J. Girard has also brought in  n fine lot. of quartz samples, from the  Silver Crown, on which he. is doing  assessment, work, in which the specks  of free gold are plainly visible without  a glass.  "On Lexington mountain work is  going on merrily and with "the most  cheering results. On the Kitsap the  assessment w'irk was done at the  bottom of an old shaft and iit a total  depth of 15 feet a body of ore five feet  wide wns exposed fully half of which  may be classed as shipping stuff.  About 150 feet further along the same  lead on the Lone Srai- a tunnel is being  driven, which had just touched the  same showing when my iriformani  passed.  All Eyes Upon thc Lardeau.  The Lardciin is a district that it  would be well for mining men to keep  in mind. Rosslnnders like Messrs.  Ross Thompson. K. K. Peiser. S.  Thornton Langley, F. R. Blochberger  and others have already cot interests  there. Tbey own the Kingston group.  The Silver Cup. Beatrice. Mohawk,  Nettie L. and other claims are all  known by name to renders of the mining column.  On Pool Creek, Prof. Blochberger  ownes the Bismarck group. The lead  is about 18 feet wide, giving large silver  and copper values, prospectors are  coming into tlie Lardeau in 11:1111b. is.  A strike of high grade galena and  copper on the Blue Bird, at Deer Pavk.  on Lower Arrow Lake, is repotted.  The Montana Gold Mining Company,  which ownes the property, has done  200 feet of sinking and cross-rutting,  and has been rewarded by finding a  body of fine quartz three feet and ten  inches wide, carrying a good deal of  .galena "md copper pyrites."  ANOTHER GLARING* EVIDENCE'  Of the   Neglect and   Incapacity  of the  Government's Officials.  It is nearly  two  months  now since  the   biidge  across    the   Illecillewaet  river, near McCarty's slaughter house;'  went   ont.      It  is' now   nearly   two  months since the settlers across the  Illecillewaet have been able to reach  town except on foot and  that by the  Arro.vhead    railway    bridge.     Their  horses are   tied   up   practically from"  this cause, ns the settlers do a good  deal of driving into  town for the purpose of the disposal  of their farm produce,   wood,   etc.,   which   under  the'  present   condition  of things is necessary to their financial  success.    It is'  bard enough for the pioneer farmer  here to make ends meet, and at the  same time clear lands.    It is  all  hard  uphill work in a new country like this  but   when   the government  or their  officials refuse or   neglect  to render  assistance where assistance is neces-"  sary, then   the   hard  work is all the  harder.    This   is  tlie   case   with   the  twenty-three settlers across the river.  The. biidge over  which  they travel,'  and the ouly way they can reach town  without risking the lives _of their animals by swimming the river, went out  with the flood  two  months ago.   At*  the time of the accident Gold Cornmis-  '  siotiev Coursier's attention was drawn'  to the fact.    Mr. Kellie, M. P. P..  had- '  also been   informed of this   state   of  affairs, but what is the  consequences.  Simply   this   that   the   settlers   have,  been tied up for two  months, (in  the'  best   part   of   the   year), from   sheer  neglect, or worse, hv the culpablu in-,  difference or negligence of the powers --  that   be.     Mr.  Kellie^ may say   thnt.  they have had an engineer   at   woik"  laying out plans for a new" road and  bridge which the government intend  to build.   Just so. but the Hekald, is-'  of the opinion that  it  was  in'the  inr",-  terest of these same settlers  that this  bridge should have been repaired" imv  mediately nn  receipt of the' news of  its   cb'sti uction.- '* Tbo   sum   pf ��������� $200  would have beeu'SiiHicieiit-uTput tn-a-"*-*  temporary structure for the benefit nf I  those   who   need   the   road, and  for :.  whom it is nn'absolute necessity.'  And thus it happens that people who*'-  have to depend '"entirely   upon, theiv. **  own exertions for what they'can'get'-'r  are impeded   and   inconvenienced- in ,'  their efforts while the government re- ���������"  presentative   draws   "riis   salary    and^  ignoring their glaring necessity���������doing*,  little or nothing to relieve it���������while - -  they are  bumped ,oif   with   honeyed"-  words and  lame excuses, the" victims',  of   incapacity,    negligence    and    red-.'  tiipeism.    If our government officials .'..*  paid   move .attention   to"   furthering  tlie   vital    interests   of   those   whom."  they ar ._-p.-~.id for serving than to their  own  personal   and   pecuniary   affairs  this injustice  would   notpxist.    Well,  might  the settlers  in   th's particular  locality exclaim   "Save   us  from "'our  friends."  THE SLOGAN LABOR SITUATION  Is Practically Unchanged  and   Best  of  _____i.-__Good_Eeeling_Rrevails.___-; _-_^  -The labor situation   here is practi-I  eaily   unchanged.    Most   of   our hig_  mines are doing only a little surface,',  work and adding some much  needed'  improvements   to  tlieir   bunk houses*  etc.   The   good  natured  feeling that.'  has     characterized   this     strike   still,  prevails and will no doubt outlast tbe  strike many years.'   The miners  who  have conducted themselves  as gentle-,  men,     acting    entirely   within  their,  rights have won  the confidence and"  respect not only of the business  men ;  of the Slocan, but also of these same,  mine,   managers,    who, nlteougb  the  fight was against tbein, could not bub]  admire . the     manly   light that the.  miners are waging to retain n fair rate.  of wages in the Slocan for  themselves"  and fellow   wage earners throughout  this section of our province..  With the amount" nf work now laid '  out nround onr'varioii'5  mines,  which,  must be completed befoie winter- sets  in (otherwise  Dame Nature, and  not.  the management will close.the- mines'  and thusrniis _ a loss of a year's  work '  to the stockholders) it will   puzzle  the.  mine   owners   to     find   skilled  labor  enough iri the country  to  accomplish .  it.    The   only   sufferers   through  the  present trouble have been the business -  men nf (he Slocan nnd the  holdei-s  of  stock in Slocan mining properties.   As  fnr the miners most of them have been  able lo look upon the,mat ter as a huge*  joke gotten up for their- benefit. When .  tired of being   spectators., they   hnvef  shouldered their roll  of blankets and  gone off, going to work in some other.  camp where skilled  labor  was gladly  received and  well paid.    This is   the *  most regretable feature of the  whole,  labor difficulty.���������that  there, is  being"  lost to British Columbia scores of her.  best skilled miners���������and no class will'  realize this more'tlian the mine man-"  agers when they attempt, to operate  their mines and are unable.to do so"  for the lack of  skilled   labor, which*  they were instrumental in driving ou6"  of tte'cbiinti-y'.-^ailvertonriin."  Sft^&v. Revelstoke   Herald  PahllshNl in imerpjts of  R.ve'.ftok^,  I.avil^Au. T~i_  Han fi. TroRi  Lr-kc  IllIetHew������f t. AlhTt "Cauyoii. .Ionian  Pass and Eacle P.155 Pistrlc'.s.  A. JOHNSON,       - -       Proprietor  X ~~t������i-~~TrfklT Journal, pnhlishwl in ill*  l������t _r������t ������f R.T.lmotii *ni the ������nrroiinrtiiif  dtatriot. *fr������dn������������d������Ti nnd s_unr.1_Ts, m������Hine  ���������locat ce������necti&r������Vit_ .\llir. in*.  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Addr������i all e. m_inni(_Mioni'  REVELSTOKE   HERALD  *������������������*-*"������������������������������������"*><'*���������*���������**���������������������������".���������'��������� * ������"���������>������������������*'��������� 0  A Race (or Life���������**-  to tho  >E5������_--.i  -.������������������<.��������� _-���������*���������<_���������. .--��������������� ������������������*--*������������������������������������������������������������������������  NOTICE TO  CORRESPONDENTS.  ;. i'i iivTt.r.-nd'iiM must !'<��������� Ifjdblyrrritlcn  : ,n a\i> \\t\. ni ll-.. 7-"' cr onlr. .  ;. Corr.������r.Mirt'n -  <:'.n:n--nins  prrKinal  niM-  :������r ran?! t**5itr..-. .--in ts. pror-'r imrne o{ llie  -n*i!*~*- ' ' ' ���������' ...       . ...   .���������,.  "���������>. rn--������������-!or. .���������* *fi:.-. i.fcr'nc* to ������n>-  i_!n-"thit lis������ s ������.������r������l In another pa'.'i* inntl  ������r������: !)��������� ���������r.'nr '������������������ ���������: piiblk-a'.ion to tn������t puptr  *������_.;������r������lt t in ��������� >.._r in Tei Hr������'W'.,  u  ife  'm  i  'i'i ������������������ ~  m.  i  a blARTLIHG RECORD.  The Laurier government came in at  the beginning o������ the fiscal year 1S97.  .In:the? first year after the change the  ������uUay for ordinary service went up to  $58,349,759. an increase of     ������1,400,000  . over the: previous , year, and  of move  ihan a?million as'compared v-'tl: ilip  average of previous five years.       ���������  :  It is just to: say that the .'government  Kad: an" explanaUon-of   this, state.?of  .'��������� affairs. ?*  The minister of? finance ad-  :? Kiitted" thiit: the promises of retrench-  " ment had not been 'kept, andw that  ���������: instead?b������ reducing vthe ?? espenclicure,  by four or v five: millions the govern-  : meat} had   v;managed! to: mcreaseyiU?  .-But��������� li-rasked. for time.:'.' He explained  : that: when the government took office  ':''. arrangements.had beenv?made tor many  or: the vservices, :antl':contended  that  ������ one vvearat-least wa:s>rei_iuired ito gat  ythe?new economics in. fair .... "-forking  ���������'' order. ���������.'..'���������"'������������������'::'���������'���������'.���������'��������� ���������"'������������������'���������":.: ".���������'������������������        '���������'������������������������������������..���������������������������''������������������';-'���������'  **^: The-government igot-the vextensioii:  'Ui time,.and'-'iri?JulylS9.S?had'/ ^losed;  rthe second fiscal year?of?reform.aa-  '/ ministration. But instead of: a smallei,  v* expenditure V than i 1S96 i ithe;:y-retmn  ���������U'sh6wed;laTger;-spiendings::than':even.in;  "������������������''"I $97 -" ������������������ v There 'was a:V further, addition  :;of nearly half :amillion;:fpr,the "total  vveipenditurei was ?S8,SS2,526. rr-.��������� :���������_._:-.r.r  ������������������::^^But.;.iw6rse*i^as^.:;:,t6;^OT^e;^i^n������V^  1 "VWr yFieldihg =askedv forvsupply: fqrvms,  v-ttirdafiscaW iyear Sheivi called?, for .more  '"than fortviimilllons.?:-??ETenvthat".'"was  '"viibt enough for him, for*,: he?has had to  f get '-"a v large? supplementary ���������:-vote--.-.-���������-to  v'vvhelp hini* throughm vThevfull?returns:  Hvol vtheVtexpendiureW,for;the:fiscaly year  U ending;*six*veeks-;ago:iare ...ruit^et  '   ^ublishedV>butivin:May??the?:,,_finance l.L^  .iminister v estimated?-the? ivatnpunts.:. *t  ���������?'V"';$i3'026,p2S;V.*an_'r the Tnontbly ? - returns  ���������rUiisuedisincesinilicate ~thab?he .was :?a  . viivie-i^ihundreiikthousatid -short ot ?' tho  v?^ mark? v If .we give liini the benefit: of  J*::"a.il:douht:andiitake:his own figures:*vvo  U-'Pf:tijxif thav.'-the'vexpe'nditu.re ;pf vthe-thivd.  ?:?:|year>:ofithi. administration: is.:*������3."I:94,-  7frU00 more, than the 'expenditure of i.ta  ���������U��������� second, year,,,$3,675,000 move than its,  ffff expenditure for; ;V'the .first ?yoar.i?an'i.  ���������v.:;':.v?5.077!000 ������������������in"ex_ess:'pt';:th'e-.::".>xpen.di':  ''������_iiture;duri_githe^  vv.'viConservativeVrule?".v?: r'rprr ������������������������������������:���������.;?  v'v For?the",year-?n6w:-ii*ell': begun_; par-  ���������'".���������liament   vhas already:vbted:.Jl,500,000,  more than the forty-tvroi' millions7 paid  vy .?in...'.lS95-'99.    iii: As?: the. ���������.'sum'i~last.:,ye.ar,  '"-exceeded :iby.:oyer: a? million.ythe ianv.  V : riiountsvA-bted in the"'.'previous'."    session  Ve may look for another? gain .two  'iv^ind aiialf 'millions' _vhen;thi������ ;ye*v ;is  i...i:\uty.''-V?y:7v:'i':y     '.:-''"'������������������"' ?'r"yi~?. iv r'-: '  iThe  main   and?supplementary,.e������ti-  '.:?: r.tates? voted.iiduring. the .session  just  closed,   fori current  expenses ��������� . alone,:  , ,*mr.unt to' S43i430,0Q0._ . iThe like esti-  :mrtes.voted last-year were $40,965,000.  .:* But,*'as;'remarked .-'above,'..'Mr; .Fielding-  ���������-.- *Bad to -eome to. the house this" session  . ;,'ii������.hd ask'for 51,993.000 ,,to help-him out  v     -_*ith  last year's  accounts. .    A , small  part of the vote was allowed, to lapse.  ?'  *������ut the  finance minister" admits ;liav-  =^in^ni_ffl.fejaEsLldMSM&ii^^HlM_L  viv. simiiar allo?racce; ffjr .Cher.currerltryeaT.*  i -rre' find it a safe .estimate that; ,. 'the  '"':'. cut rent expenditure Till be S44.500.000.  .".. ?.?  The present population:o������ Canada is  a; ''assumed in, the  calculations of:    Mr.  ���������������������������; -. Fielding .to be.5.24S.315.    i It frill , be  ."'..:..-seen tha1 th'e;inciease in ciiiirent.-sx-  ..'���������������������������?':Iisnditure   since  our' minister... ; took  .,,:office isiover one.dollar.-par head, for  :*;-every man. woman '"and.* child iin?ths  ??;ebiihtry;-     This means that*the party  ���������'-.   T.hich promised to reduce the cost of.  government   has; so   far���������', increased   it'  ' v. r.h'st"'every' far.iiiy  has  to.' pay  over  ".'.',; five?dollars ia year  to keep'     up-the  ...  public.: services., than "iy.-as ;; "necessary  :? four,; years .ago. .    Inv other:"worns  a  ���������'.'.''  return to., the less extrayagaht outlay,  which, was,"found sufficient0before'thc  .'".'present government came into power,  would ������ave evei;.-  nc-ad of a      famiiy  .sis much as he would get from a deposit, of 516,.   iri the savings bank.    If  tlii? parliament serves out     its .term  .and the. increase goes on at the same  rate as-last year, -.vc- shall have in rhe  last,year of this parliament. s.nd  the  f-fth of this government an outlay for  current  expenses   of  over  ?4S,000,00'J,  vlic-h  will be'$11,000,000 or two dol-  77..   l*rs per head more than the current  v expenses  of  1S9G.      Then ^t.will're-  ^uiri; a savings bank  deposit of Si'i'i  t������ foot the      extra bills      for     each  .family.   ..., *;    a, ������������������  All this applies only to the current  ,: ���������xpenditure.      The  capita.1 outlay  for  railways and canals, railway subsidies,  y    ������'*^ eminent   telegraph lines,     militia,  ctitain public buildinga and for     Ui*  e������rv-y of the Dominion land-, is all  ���������>*'   aiaitiontl.  *r  Jlr, J. Arthur Fitzgcrald-Lascclles  sat near to the corner of the dungeon  and watched the tarantulas. Close by  the major, with chin vesting up his  drawn up knees, sat Color Sergeant  John Ilalliweil. This man hud ho  eyes for the tarantulas; his gaze was  retrospective. The dungeon'wns subterraneous to tho extent of 10 foot.  The massive walls were muckl with  damp and unwholesome air. At intervals the moisture swelled into  huge drops an 1 splashed upon tho  green floor. Sometimes one fell on  a spider and mnde him shiver, but the  tarantulas nevfir imovca; just waited,  waited.  Half an hour in this dungeon would  have cowed a savage dog. Vet into  it man had thrown liis fellow man.  To whom did it belong? To the l.ajah  of Bhltoor, -totter known as Nana  Sahib   of   execrable   memory.  In tho year '.7. when the (lames  of rebellion swept over India, every,  day was fraught with incidents dramatic, tragic, pathetic, terrible. 'I'ho  following is thu narration of one such  incident: the story of a fiend's  thought, of a madman's exultation,  of the cruelty -.if the Tiger of Cawn-  pore.  Color Sergeant John-Ilalliweil, liko  most   of his kind, liked life; He knew  he  was about to  lose  it;   that  made  him grave.    He  also loved a woman.  Tho loss  of one  implied  the loss of  tho other; that,made him sail.    Pres.  ently. he Looked toward his companion, and seemed about to speak. Then  thinking   hotter   .of? it, .became  dice  move  lost  in  meditation.    Why,    he  asked  himself,   should  he  make: this  confession?   -��������� Possibly- ;ho   would   ho  harshly. rebuked- for his temerity. But  theh.a.t such aniipur a man yoavns to..  "opeiv his; heart;fto his follows,  i   "Major,"  he began���������peril  had  bred  intimacy   between,    the. superior   r.iui-  hiis  i subordinate���������"Major,     V y have  something - to vtell  you."      V  VThe major's .knitted brows relaxed..  ? "If  I vdid'hot   heueve,  sir,   that; I  have fought hiyi-.last battlo,?my secret  should: never;:liaye  been   vovealed. .Tt.  is  just possible  that one. of  us  may  see the light again.;-,It -that;one should  be ''yourself;  siv,  will", you -.deliver.   a  message  for .me?" vy?    .;.',"-.  ���������'.-������������������ "Why".-certainly,'1 Hailiwoll.   : Wh.ic  is:it?''::: ?.:y?.v?:?V--;-yi.v. '-?._.??i.i- U'-Ur ;.'-"''--->?.  ? "A message, sir,; tb-.-.your.-daughter;  Constance, .whom;?' heaven?   preserve  f vom'this: land gono mad!   T- love -hei-"  You-look -angry.:   1-camipt  help   it.  She is the aiigel;of my life."    U'.'r-  v?"Cori*LOund it.iisivlc; Biit l-ainvangry,;  avid-'very aingryitool'yiievdevil!;?^pu?  look:.high, my? frieui;.?  ;?; "Let it not distupvbeVyou, sir'.':':': Life?  imight liavevgiven ;her?to  mc��������� X;,l~en-  aieyeiiit?would; have ;dbne;'.-' for sbad.: I  ��������� not-been" "so-i'miserably.v caught,"I; iwotild  have i-woh,'pi*ombtibniV';,hyi:ithis?v time?;  vw._enf;hbhov-anidi;glpryylie'?wiv_iiniVthe:  graspii?bf veveryfibrave'-mianrVyy-Ahd;:  speakings:; with -alii: respect?;- iny,:;;iiney  iageiiwil" bearicomparisoUKwitli-ybui-S:;  : Buti now-���������wei 17i. Dviiidoo vl?ant's;-woid  iis���������'; -sterner :;thanyiybursVymajov: ijOnly  buldiasit:sir,* should 'you elude .tiie  ,ches:. o������?;this::inbst.;: infamousiivil-  T.-O. Davis,. M. P. for Saskatchewan, will, u js said, shortly be appointed deputy commissioner of the  A'ukon and D. W.:Davis, the present  collector  of  customs  win   be  retired  It is stated that Hugh Robson,  deputy attorney general of the North  ."West- r'erritories. has resigned his  position and is about . to become a  partner in the "Winnipeg law firm of  Atkins. Culver & McClenaghan  Frederick Alexander Sinclair, clerk  in the office of Howden & Howden,-  barristers of Winnipeg, has been arrested on a charge of criminal libel.  ; it appears from the charge Vr.it Sinclair on August 12th wrote a left", to  Mrs. Howden, vrho is nsw at Shoau  Lake, to return to the city. rnar..ng  various suggestive insinuations. ihe  evidence against him is very strong  ajjd a conviction is looked for as a  certainty. , .-,  ,  *  lalnyvNana "Sahib;;; ito i tblliiConstance  that ;ohe - uian wili; meetihisviendiuii?  ilinchingly?? thinking :; of ��������� he'rV-bbiiny-j  eyes and heaven reflected vtlieiroiii:";;?"::-'  - Thtisispake John Halliwell;iknbw-  ing; nothing of tho: terror -to icoiiio. v?i  i Majbv I_,ascell es ; growV:isullen: r? and;  irritable,-,'itheri ?he?controlled i his te'sf i  irigs..;? The coioiv.vsergeant continued  itd?sit motionless, iv'Thus if or-ah? hpin*  itheiitwo maintaiheel"ati?almostiihtlil-:  ierable? silence,?, until i-a ; ykey : grated  i.harslily .in tbe dooi* andihalf si",doaeii  Sepoys? e'iitei-eff,-' arid" the two;English-:  then - were, led., forth.::' ;���������?;��������� :>:-;y;v^?;:;  ii-Huudreidsv cf; tiny.'������������������*-,;eyes..vfpllpwe;';'-  : their; egress.; Tht, .tarauuilas, vit iseeni-;  ed-iwere dooriied ,to disappointment;:;���������"%  v Down? a : -flight -'bf?; istoue ,; steps;  through a sutterraneaUvpassage ieek-  -ing with, damp, lip iagain into a .driei*  atmosphere, i through. niore.??corriclors"  itortuous and: innumerable, ? all fcirm-  Irig part of thei great? palace p������.the  ; wealthy*: Rajah of Bihtbor,? were.?th&:  "prisoners-led-"':by. theivi dusky.'--guard;-':''?���������  :���������-.'; Aillv this ;suddphly.iterminatedi;!Da.rk-.  ness? gave way- to light, squalor to  splendor,- misery .to ' magnificence.;  They were in, one of-the state apart i  ments. and. confronted . the .rajah- himself.    ,'.' -���������;? - i":_i..    ;���������::.;-.:?"- -'Sr.': U'f'U'U  The; Mahratta : prince stood sui*-.  irounded "by th3 emblems, -j.of .weal t:.-'  :and���������e.asteFn=U!-xur-y??^Upoii^a.iks_lUQ^  frcm lilm. tli"^ ,-twb5 prisoners, securciy  held,-were led 'fprtli. -���������       ���������>..-'"'-i   ^ V- -  Thei raja'u's ?eye3 filled with an evil  flre.-.."as?',lie glared at the men who  once esteemeditiiemse'ivps his friends,  for; thoy, in company? .with others,  had not -infrequently -shared ���������* hisV-hos-.  pitality. The nation which now holds  his 'name in'-."deepest loathing once  trusted,;Naua Sahib as an ally, until  thwarted i amitlion���������-breeding ; s\ic.-i  cessiveiy hatred.-: ii-eftchery:^ and re-;  venge-^-tiirncci: thev -prince' intoi . a  traitor; the man 'into.&'-'-tigei.,. ?:���������''  ������ nis prisoners i*egard������d;.hinii \vith: a  proud milliter.tic..', --lie-, .srulled.-.iand  pointed, his .jewelled .finger throuK'n-'  a-window.' a'he men's? oyes tbliowed  the. dire'-'tion  of  his   gi-stui-e'.-  Cawnporo lay 'stretched out. ibefore  ���������Hundreds of'.bamboo'and mud huts  interspersarl .indiscriminately with,,  .public . buildnga m' i^ "more -substar.-  tal structure; The liroiul rlver'-appear-  ed; as a streak nt',. lh'"*.*: tlie marin-,,  .ets Hashed.iiv'tiif-'golds.;!'run'.light.  teri-iblo by its anger. Whilo they  hesitated the major turned to his companion with extended hand.  "1-Talllwcll, you havo my word. if  I escape I will deliver your message.  God bloss my darting girl."  Halllwell gripped the hand offered  to him and wrung it fervently.  "Thank you, Major.      Heaven help  you.      Good-by.      And      rim   hard���������  hard!      Unc never knows, you know."  Tho  next instant  the major      had  gone.  In a fow moments ho appeared in  the court and took his station iu  front of the iron shield, facing the  gun. '-Two sepoys held him by tho  arms, awaiting the signal. ilalliweil  could soo it all clearly; the. loading of  thc gun, the careful adjustment of tho  fuse.  "He will never do.it," groaned tho  color sergeant, inwardly. "He's too  fat. Ho will bo blown to shivers.  Oh. devils���������incarnate devils!"  Suddenly the man at tho gun raised  his hnnd and touched off the fuse. At  tho same instant the mnjov was pushed forward.. He bounded with groat  swiftness down .the passage, so narrow'that ho had..scarcely, room to  swing liis arms. Then Hailiwoll.  cried. "Good;God!" for a horrible jet  of red flame burst fioin tho cannon's  mouth.  "A man's body-cannot check a charge  of -grapeshot, so the, missiles camo on.  till'bloody'.' and smashed into the iron  shield. Major I.ascclles had been  blown to pieces. Tho watchers nt tho  window heard the patter of a gastly  rain-upon the stones.:  Ilalliweil turned his face to the  prince, to show hiin that a soldier can  look upon a soldier's death and riot  flinch. The, Nana's dusky skin had  paled a little. He took some grapes  from a dish and ale thorn _ slowly.  Then he turned'to one of his "retinue.  "The. cui'sed Ferringhco has lost a  dinner."' -?���������.'.:  .���������' The man smiled and bowed, without replying.  "This one is thiu. ;   Think you, be  will: run-faster ?"���������";-   -.-'" -??: i y  "Youi.highness.willihave the.better  sport.--'      Dundob Pant'��������� traced  a pattern -with -his;'-foot-.upon the icloth of  silver.. .   His brow     grew ?.; sullen; he  seemed to ..anticipate.; tlio vengeance of  4 .Haivelock; ;i;Presently.he:said: ?"Let  him'itry.'yyi:':'-:--.?-v-::-      ...'?���������;'-?-...??:.;'?:.-"-  ���������sHalliwoll washed from the ;?apavt-  iment.      Ho paid ? :,no heed:  ; to ."the  changed .scene.      A-face swam before  his. eyes', .the - face  of aiiwomiin. into  whose heart:a -great'.,sorrow,-, , .would  1 sh oi-tl y ? corner a woman lef t, father! ess.'  Thei?visionylont him    /strength,?gave  courage.' to his sinking heart; arid vigor  to his limbs.?which:privationiiand -imprisonment liadiiweakened;? : V   ;.''ii'    fff:  ., Tlieri ho i*eali7.ed: thatilie ;was facing  the grim? muzzle of a cannon: ?,Never  viirihev .tpodithe-markiinsp dieadfuia  race. He sav^vtlieigurinef������������������attending to  his vniece, iwatchecivhimiibesh ;iaway ithe;  priming and .cavefuUy    -reload.  v?H;s  feelingsvweve.indescribable-; -Their-iui-i  light?flashing- on ithei steeli y-tvdti?tbs  dazzled his:eyes.:yyKe ;clericheil:'Vyhis  'hands? lie!cienched?his;:teethr;.i :?::;>'.;:_:.?  :;:::"Foi*i:lifp:;;airid lbve.':';;ihe;:?; muttered;  "arid:';the;?vest:;with;,God.''~;^  iSudderily'ihe receivedSaii-yiolcrit-push  and;icnew?;lhat?the.;f&rful;is^vintyhs.ri  cpmmen'c-d.iivi ;?i?ivi.;:i;'; ?.:;��������� ??'?-;?; :i-y:.;?;?' 'vii^iSi  ?:?.Have ypuiieyevyinVth^Vgr'pVrifviiigliti-  maio.viiun- i'vom *'.o:ie; vi~hb; folip"ys:?fast;;  Ybriistrive? to?;fly;:but:;;ypU!*i:;i*':et; cling:  -to.ithegvronrid arid yoil'.oiilyycrawlyThe;  - sensation iis; maddening. i'.vSo.v'it ?.wa~-;  witli J6hn:Halliwell;-;.ivTheVsto"_rj.?ii~;gsi:  ; seemed 'glued ������tp'\hisilimu's;i ih: veil i.i ty-.  he .scarcely, tbiiichedtliemvat .all.Eyery  nbrve;;e\*ery, miiscie  brv'theimari. iw.-i'?:  iiStiged jini-.the.friglitful ,struggle. The  guriricr: who tstbbd-by-hisi ;?i,pieoo,i'ire%  coiled;V\vitli?:amazement: fromytihe:;face;  of- tl-.e Englishmari, who;,rushing down  iiponihim.  cleared  the,' giin "with;brie  stiperb'i: bbunti.i ieviiS asy:?? thfe-iV- leaderi  deatli?ioaved-.blit.?;i;? ?     '?;:.?:": ??.;-- ;?-;;?-  iii*. Tlie. vcblor.;: sergeant*waited' -V-riot; to  -test? th o ' veracity..:, b t ithe -"rajah's '.-weird.  arid?,tlio invitation to dinner .failed -ito  teriipt-ihirri, just then.     ���������He',;;continued;  hisirapid. course, .through,;th-"--maze of:  niikl: huts, and; cocoa- palms,,i.o vei*; the:  baked vplain.-and finally pkingediinto,  the river, wtiichi bore lurri. half swim-i  -mirig, half, floating, upbi'. its* deep" ririil  even current.;:iii;The, J".ana?never saw  hisi prisoner again:.?'...;���������    ���������;;���������?;:-iyi;;/"������������������'y  The color sergeant     had. wcii     his  'life;";--;"; 7 fj "f"':- ;:?.y;::.;;; =;, v.?:;-;;;- '-.'  ;i Two,years subsequently, John :Halli-  well won:aiiprize eyeri. more-   .dear,to  him.���������-CaEsel's Magczim?.?'."���������'?"���������'������������������ ���������';  INTOXICATBD ,T. P.  WHITE. GWILLIM &,  SCOTT.  .^mm??T???mmmm??????mT?????mmm??,f?mm?tmmmm3  A  Disgraceful  Kxhibition   of Dealing  Out Justice  at  Yiuir  Thursday evening, August 17, A. L.  Knox, justice of the peace, furnished  the  toys  at  Ymir  with  considerable  entertainment. Tho party above mentioned,   who was    only,   recently  appointed   a  magistrate   was   paralyzed  with liquor, and while in that condition  held  couvt  in   the Miller  hotel.  Tho trial commenced in tho neighborhood, of'-11  p.   m.   and  ended -at   ov  about 2 a. in.   A prisoner was obtained, who   was   charged     witli   having  broken into the station safe. Lawyers  and jailors and all thai: is necessary  to vun a jail and a mill of justice wove  on hand.    I-lis wovship did not know  the difference'owing to his brain being badly  muddled  between  the witnesses.    Tliey wore taken out of tho  hack door  and   vun  in   at tlie  front.  During  the   trial   all   witnesses    and  others connected : with lhe case,  were  committed for contempt ol' court. The  prlsoner.---.vas   found-guilty  and   sentenced to a fine of $51) or in default  six months,  but upon liis 'protest the  line   was   reduced   to   15c.   this   being  tho   lowest   amount' that   the   J.   P.  said  he had  power to impose.    This  affair has certainly raised  the ive of  thc citizens of Ymiv and as it is not  tho first time that this man has proved" himself  unworthy of the position  they   are  determined    to    living  the  matter   to   the   notiee  of   tho ".proper  govornnicnt. offcials.     Only   a   short  lime  ago  it/was   noised  around that  this man, while  jubilating in a certain.? hotel,' was  swearing  in-special  constables hy  tho  wholesale and had  his; admiring audience taking off his  icapand saluting htm. as a J. P.���������Nelson   Minor. -  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Itevelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J. M. Scott, B.A..  Q.  C. L. L. B.  F. L. Gwillim.  HA1.VEY & racCAElTEK,  Barristers,  Solicitors,  "Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at S per cent.  Offices:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B. C.  iNCOl'l'OnATI'M   BY  A CT  OI~   P". 111.1 \. \I1'NT, 183f>.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  wmtm  ���������-*;*  '~~*!  ���������*5t  ���������J. Vi,1*. Cress,.iVI.D'.  Omce.:   Tuy  UiivolstoK-c. '  Snrsu'in Iri tlie. GT'.U  IIun Hi ollU'iir,' Cily of Kbci i;  lllock, Miickcn/.io    Avomic,  'se  Sz PAID UP CAPITAL      - - - -      $2,000,000  K- REST FUND - - - - -      St,600.000  as��������� DIltECroKS:. Wji. .Viiji.siiN  -MAOi-iiv.itf*ox, Trof'ltlonf.  S.  U. Kwixn. Vlce-Prcsliloiif,  St W. iM. liASISAV, S.lMUKI, KtVl.l-Y, 11-Nil Y AllUllllJAl.Il, .J. 1'. Ul.KdllullN,  er~ II. M,MtKi.A_i.i .Miii.sox,  ���������������. - '   '   K. Woki-kiito.n Thomas, Ocnernl MnrniRur.  ������^- ��������� . .  .   , - ��������� c  5t ���������' A.uef-i'i'al batikiup bus inp������s ri-iiii-ni'i.i-d'     luN-rest nlli'-wcd u.i eurri'iii  fc *'"v-t;s' .1.  !>.' MMl.sO.'--.'"  i.~- .M.'.NAIIKII,   l.'KVM.Kroill:.  H. c.  **~ ��������� .  77$  A������  i  _r^  'pi*  Notary Pulilio,  SolO   AffCIlu  fov  TO PROSPECTOR'S ANI> MINES.S.  opened tap by tho������  Mineral Proporticc  .eve,  )ke ������������������".  Fdwnsite  H_i~niBfr, Firo and  Life Jjasurance*..  Ollice, O|iposilir- C.1M1. I,unot.  ore  CAUL, "DUNDISH'S IDEAS  -   We  alii kiiowvund .agree i.   dot  dor  world vhas all} wrong, but     if     any  changes vhas made wo     like  'em   to  begin m i t somebody .else;-...i :  ,-  >. ������������������'���������It -��������� vlitw" oasyivto. tell;:a":.im~iiv irilt i a  wooden leg dot he: vhas safei?on r.dat  side .���������'from amad. dog, but you forgot  how^s'ne: vhasiiif a- Texas  steer-igets  aftevikim;on iier stvoet.": ? U--W  , ? It mayor .riott'bd datmaivriags Is a  failure, but it- vhas a idead-suve;thing  dot after ybu; y-vhas. dev, faddev: ??of  :..evcii bv eight: .children; you hat .got to  keep- hustling"-tbi-'brlng in dev.���������������������������*".bvead  und "butter. ?;?,?���������,?._' fr'.  il belief ishe-vhas tier,"bost.-'.vhay,.for  eaEevbbdy ito  begin  on ider ... ground  floor.".'. After?aimani.can,drive a. hog  out of,, dev: garden through dov  same  liolei he come iri; at it -vhas time ,   for  des; people to sec sina-i-tnessiu him.'"  , It,vlias,?a. wpvld iri -which; ' 'things  cbme-out?eyeh*i;:Dev;gvbcev may "give:  ybu.i;15,iiounces foi a ppuiid. bfvsugav;  but;When:you yhas'hlt by.a: policeman  itiyhasi 17-punces  or. rnove? ifyivypu  iwarit-.it.���������--...ally: News;-. ��������� ':;���������'������;���������;--?;,-::,;;;,:?:  :?y"i?iDEYQND COMPRioMISE;-;:?. -":?  Thos.- ,-H'i'; I3a^ey  ,."';.'. Trout Ijiiko ?Gity .;-::;?  Ts'otiiry Public Arniing arid 'Riwil  Estate Brokoi .���������nul gerieril.: Coiumis  'sipiv���������'Agent.'-.-.; Mines .i-i'iiorlcd .(iii and  H���������stimate's:given, lor work;���������'���������'.���������"L-itesfc' ri'-;  liiiliUiiiil'O! iDatioii as fo.cliiiliis woik  ,ing a,:id fin- salu-iri- the .iisl.iict., Good  PooSpi'sl.S liolilciisy.^- Writ.i' or ciill? _  l$M(. -I),-,S3 J������ I.:7-7rUi\H A v���������;:.;. :-  ��������� ���������-.    :������������������ .:,���������-. -, .--���������.- '���������. ������������������.-.    %  ' ''si'-si-M'-'^tiM'  viVI'Is; there iiiriy, way, of /compromising,  your i-aifferences'.?"'; asked -i the; 'lawyev  of, hisv~siibuvbari,:clierit;';:berit oilVinau-;  vguraitirigVa i suit::fpi'i' divo~*ce.V:?//::iii:4;:v?;y  viiV-'/Nonei./aty all! ivv Go-/ aliead.// VFut/it  on?/gvbund ;of/,extreriie; cvuelty?;;?,l;;toid  h'ev?/tp iiget; nie/;the. best?ispvinK?:riiedi-:  icirieySlieiicbuldiir'fiiid;:i;?She? ovdevediai  .bucksaw,'a;covd:of:.wood?aiid an.axe;  All -hopei-bf/jan* amicablevadjustmeriti  is?piist;"r__--Detrbiti Free-Pvess;*?;,:/-;;/?  ^ffrfff'ffU'ifr'Uff'-' 'f.o'fU'U 'vi'i?:/:i:_;//i::::/  ;.::??:?Z'';y;yA=;N^  ?;?:i\tr.?; Sayealtttle:-/;? Well;1'-'-' myvv/deair,?  did .Vybu/"gb'i.to?. that" dvess : reform/.lec-  '.tur-e'r-ias������������������'���������I/suggested.?:-:: :?:/���������-/UUU -?;?-- -  v ;/Mr"??2Sii.?/Yes;/ iti:was ;*.evy'vi_itdvest-  .ing.:?.''/V:/.y;.-:y.y:J:::/-:-;Vi:.. 7J]f7hr-7U'7?f''fU  f; "Wliatido you-ihink- of ithe; idea?".;  // -i^Tlie:- ret orm i; dvess/is/certainly? son-i  sible.;.iiconvGrii<;ut.-arid;/decidedly":;ber?  ���������coinin'g.M-but���������?'.--;v-;i'-'?'V??���������-;:.?: y.:-v'v:;y, ..?,':���������:?,���������  ;/;:-^Weli;;v;what's;vthe::^but?,;i''iy.yi?i-/,'/;  ?".I::can't/~-ee;''riiy-.lbye, how such:;/a  simple?vgavment:?earii?eyer/bei madeitbi  cost/ enough to, i be? respect able;'':/ y?:  ;: i?-/i:;:-yi?: ii,v.,..i ^v/i"oii ' "''" '?���������"'���������?'?;;.' ���������: :i?;v  CHANGE: OFV-SCENE   NECESSARY:  :i?\B.v>*advOfii;iC&;:iT:o.'<jnT'0  '^td/'^py,?������g.pit&!.'/-*?;J '/: S2;aoG^SlJr  ^^^iV;._v;::-yf ;---/y.^^������;J*/^^ i u-I^SSO^m^  ��������� ;;��������� ;,/v.;/y/-./;/._t>ir<~ctor������':? i'/??-���������/:,';;?'"//yi  '.''.:������������������>'; tii.irs;MK'wiiuirt ',"Pr'tisitli-h!'-'  r.'rt.'ftIvri-rtl,-ViC:'tSPre'sV;'(Sl.',(;aUiiii:-������������������'-���������:''  /vWillijui, l^ivi?ti.;.H.y^yU,(i|ii.r,tv;)air������v_.y- :  rtii'g'n Hyiiri,? :'i'.-, Huthi-.i-liMid-..SiayiiV-.-  .,/:.:. ���������'*.<;���������������������������;���������?:    :?:V:.HH ijl> iitiii^l-liiyV:??-:;.;.?.;/;;..;  ;.-.i||.t'i:,'-.K'....^V|iki(;;li(5t!iiriral.iM.iMi}iitt<^  jffffff 7;:f':f ?;::iHrf{"sicii'<itiivi?;i?.;y?..-v;:v/??;:-;  iyNbiiii/. V i.jif,;/.'i,.iu!;.Br.iti:sii';tii>l'isiul.ii.a/ -  Sfa-tiopin'.v'-/"i.!'oi.'\itgt'i'ia?//;,;" ���������Wi-iiiicbiivc-:  ' te:i''yi:;;::?';iii/?/; ;??;/Priii('i(! W\'iiiii:';rt;v:-  "���������i^volsliiiHs  :-��������� f.,';??;���������'  To obl'.n'm rupidly -thu ktiowii-dgc" ol" t,!m vh'.uu of rcol's nr |(..,|gi.N  uxithing is t<) be ciotnpartiil vvit'i flic. Diiiiiunitl Core IJrill, which will  proveiuoi-a in 30 dny-i tlutu .-ni (Uittit of men Cuiiimlling or ..inking  sl_al'tsc;iukl Drove in ten yenrn.  ?   ?/Tlit! Diamond"Coi'o Drill cun  pievco-the tnoiiiitnins und        l;->  th  ecret ol'ivlint it coiitniiis I'roin tlieir vory hearts, nnd  the' nioiv. so id  ���������ho rook "formation, the quicker ir, will do its woi lc.  ���������i'-':-::'-;.;;TUe:Diinhcmrl,Onro/'Pi'iil i*'-o wjiiitruuted that, it <"..r.  be tnken  u  pieces tinilii.'it'keil oii tliuljiH-.k-; of luu---i-.s and carried   and   worked  almost iimc'C'es-ibiti plnces where wtttcr win bu obtained,���������mul it  be inabiiost any p'xitoT Britisb (Join in bin.  iyyForfulliiiiprmatibnlri      particulars apply by hitter or in pui -.vin to  fS^^C1^!^ SIBBALD,  aE&L/y ESTATE/:AND;?  MINING     6ROKERS,     R-SVELSTOl^ E  i.^g-JP'&jJ^Mg:'  Large? lighti lied   ioouisi  Tn bio litrnisbod with  tlie clinii.'c'.r- ihe ni'ii-koC  r, Winos  vJicn.t-3  Hi-  .-i fi'di'd--  Li(|ur>i"     niu!  I.ntes   $1.      it  ilny.      Mmiiliiy   r.'ire."  J. ALBIiliT STONE, Prnpiietor  T?ATE-S.  $1 OO  DAY  l.s.  'Ui:  ���������V.'.'l'glll-  iiliilby//";/-"  ��������� nifi'i'si-it::::  I'iistb.ivcll.'  ':-, :"Slo\y.pay.", said tlie bpavder,- "says  :heii?baB/-ribthi.ng'?to/:liye; -for." --?-/--.- :-;  ?, " Indeed ".-'��������� sn apped '"���������* the ; land lad y ���������  v'-Web, lie'll -soon find that ihei can't  live -for nothing: here!" , >'??; ;���������;_  "Down���������look *(iov.*n."  I.t'/wnij-- the  rajah vi'ho spoks  They.iioheyed :y,id_ this is what thev  saw.  -     .  ;, ; ':-- -.":-, ".-���������  A long.coint ittf. extreme narrowness, bounded on-either side by "edifices apparently .consisting", of .--'the  quarters allotted to the' pvince's retainers. At the iear end of theicfinvt,  and almost, ngainst the "palace wall,'  a thick "square iron, Shield had lieen  erected. At the opposite ond. "sor'ne  50 to 70 yards distant, a cannon stood  mounted on a stone carriage. Thi  polished steel gleamed in-the sunlight  The piece -,vas mur.z'.e loading nine-  pounder.  Major Lascelles shrugged his shoulders.  "Of course you see the devil's game,  Hailiwel'i," he whispered. "It. seems  we shallhavc a race for life." His  face   grew  white  as   death. ,:  Softly though the -words were uttered, tlie. rajah's attentive ear did not  misi them:  "A race���������that is it." he said, his  voice trembling with half-suppressed  excitement. "A race for life. Sec, I  am merciful. If you leap "the gun  befoix the fuse burns to the totich-  holer'you shall-dine with mo, tonignt.  and go where you will witli the sunrise. You first; the other remains to  observe.''  At a glance from the rajah's stern  eyes Major Lascclles was seized; but  the officer, by a powerful effort,  wvenched himself free and faced upon  his captors with a look rendered-more'  -Easter -BtUlfljrhts In Set-ilia.     ;  ; i Mr. Stephen Bonsai writes, in Tho Ccn-v  -fcainE-pf^iapteyWeek? In/gevUle;/:/ Mr, i  Sonsal- says:,;;??'.:, y. ,,^'������������������-���������'���������;'" ���������:_��������� ���������'.- :;-*-=;���������i?=  /   We are returning L-oln the social fu no--  tion of  tho week,: for, alas, even, gay nnd  la_y Seville hasiits,social fnnci.ions which  must be,borne with./ It is the tablado, or  iiispectibii of, tho" black bullswhich, with...  girca. pomp and -ceremony and. at the cos;  of  a king's ransoini.-rota. l>o killed tomorrow by thciriost celebrated matador?.;  in tho kingdoni/ ''.\Vhile there, is "o 'pre.it"'���������'  l.ick.of money  in- Si:vi!16-to  bnyi l.reiid  there is always chough  money forth������qin'-i.  ing, even from'-the ���������pnt'ipcr's trtinsti'ryV tc'  p.iy tho way into?tlio"l.i;Il.ring; arid f:voi-ya  i.iio in Svvillo-.who is n good Christian-'will  rut-end thf- Kivsfor-biillilght,: even   if,   ani..  ' iiot"'Reldnm':h.ippens)Vl;������.ltji������, to piiv,i*. , '.is.  household gods and sacred images to do so:-  -The happiest person. in, the world is  he or'ishe.whosevairibiliibii:never soars  b������yor.d , "vhatihe oi- sho is : i; able^/to  g^t-'-v     ���������'---?:''.'. ���������-? .---������������������'.'������������������'? --���������':  . .:--;, - ���������:  ; Either; man. or- wbirian' can; ./.become  hero W--*heroine;to:tho.**e;berieath,them  it /the'ri,: feW are,':. - only:-sufflcieritly  .large.";? :"���������:. ���������,��������� ������������������ '."���������".':'-"-"���������"-..---.��������� .-.-?;?; :.-?y?.y,  ��������� ,-A man,:?ci-.~f~~5  i ni iivti ��������� min'iites,  really; .prepared  ���������n^rad'y-tarp-tE"JourneyT^  ihiit"a"woman is never'  for? it,  iiiiJtPMip-iiiylt^tuicij/AiVjert:  blj-afchc'oiia:;?'^^^  ���������jfUUr-UUU'-UU'T^^UUfUUUiUU-:  ���������N!'vi^ii-iiKailB :. SC;-'.;lhoax.r>,  V^ii'lyOoiV'orne:; Torbiitbv-v  l"!.!it,:;t'i>i'ti;igfr/;t';? WeUaioc; /  Saiill-St:/:vi.a;:ie "WoedH.io::/;  t5t?Vpi.i.s,hiiViviftfti; Hiiiniltori/?,  '.?;-; -:;:i"-;i?.- AU;:Vv_:*''!i!;/Qiu\l:tH_;v/ fjUUff-r.  ?.v Sa.v in gsi li"an i;'.- D-inartpiPrifc-^t)* -;'posi ���������.;���������;;���������:  icd ?; SSI i:/ attd..fi;u ;> wi&l BV/irecioi vail Ufiin'rf:  in teres t iiUb'-'.'sd. -??"?:;?- :7-:fUr'':~:    .f'-ff .'���������':.  Debrintiircfi:?��������� Proviiie'.a.li: MuiiieiiiK'  a.iid ;oth iir. ile btstiliii" J'tis: piirehiisfid ._:;,?;:;*;_?  ':/.;iDrafts;auu Ijijiittti-a-oi!i?<3t'eiii.!^:-iivviti:/  able at/iallipbints-iri/Crtiiiidhi,Unite.  ���������.Kingdom';'yunitrtd : .iStiites,.-, iiiir.-.ii._j  i f oilia, -, Ghi oili, -/J iijiiiru; A.'.i. t.i-.'t!in/' isT 1-.1J  Znaland;pycii?i?,/;i;?-//'-'..;/;?;;?'-;:;? ":':?.-;/-.-:i;/i~>  v/i -Coldy Piircbiiisi.'fl'Ufi UUUU'UU:'f:f  ?  TWisBank-Issguss SpeolKl Keoeipts  whlcb -.vHl;be ;iceou_tt,e<_ fop .-xt.ixny ol  the Kudsc-n's-SayCo's-PosWi in:the  Yukon auk nopt.hoini distc'lct������.: ���������'-, ?.,'  i:'i:vv;/i;:y?yi?;������/S,;B.iiHSAE3^  - VMiiiiafjcc.Ilayelstpko" Bpari.b/';  We-Gave ;a;/G OQ&.j-S'ti&piyi-aSfUU  uu^fbluMf^^^  CUT: PRICES; FOR' S^POT'/CASK  Oall/and "i_3 tis/vWecan Rxyovi U  Good accoTiitiiodation. A- s;nod bii  v/i'll supplio.l uiih clinicf. wines  liquors nnd cigars. .-      '   "  Ffcs 3;j.s Meets AH Trains  *~9  fcspown   S'c  Pool  Ppop;ietors.  BUST  even after she '..;. :;;"���������' 'i,-: i;/y: --:.:---' ?;'V???,;?::  has started on it../-.:iy;-,i :';"?������������������?���������/?:?-'/;.. ..?;���������-'! U -,/ **"; -r" ;��������� -?'i/'..i. ''..'; ii" /;'??.. :.;./���������' ������������������;���������  ?;The man,who fails ito fi'idibisdeveli';.'.:- :f:'"-fU7f ?'''*// '" ?i;'-;?r,:/V; ������������������'  p:~;ibably failed/to do liis vlevel best-/ ?! __^; y :?,:?_.: " :".? '^UU-'^'U  :���������'.-..Traveller: Tin Ibbking? for orie'Silas] -l^iie--iR.eyelst6kie:  Scroggins. Storekeeper: '.'.; ,Oiie?Si!aH ���������;. -?.?:?; ���������---;���������?:''::���������:, -.,; .-*:?*.  Soro^sins? That's all there is. stiang-i,TX-     -   11 ; "-'':~ ������������������  fM-.--oniy.''.on..;:/;i-He?-:iivcs-.iii'i:.'the/rb_'d-;/[-ller,a.la  :iii': .whtn;,,j*oui; rnftjetiitiii! -peskej? -old.) 'r.-fff. .7f:-77 ?-?-���������    ?;���������-;:?, ���������;;';:/?,*-,- .  ctisjiyc'ri'ii i'Cgiad/there iain't move'ri ]v ?  -ob.G;':-������'-:;?: .--/'���������:;"--.--;,..;,-:-; ;:,___��������� ._.-?;���������;.:, ;yy?~.' ���������';:.'. -i  ;���������' Tlio Fnndii.  -Sir William Harcour; ionlivened tho tin-.  Jbt-i on thf 11 nance bill ono' nielli, by.ipiiii-  Ini: tlio/faying of Sydney f?mitli thnt tlie  grwitest f<iol_ -In-tlio.world'������r. the Tlii-i'e  pc~-:(;ont,3. und why thoy rise utnd'vhy tbey.  fail, for? rontons which ho sonsiblu us.-in.  enn ���������undc.'rst.'iiid'ls'o'nb of thy-marvels ol  modern civilization. ; -   .,���������'���������;���������.'  Pitt's great, isjiponent," Fox, Is crcdH.i.-d  -.witH'.ii-simlliir'.rcninrk'.'- Ho hover tjii. .1  umicrstuod,' ho said on one occasion, wtmt  the funds wore. --AWJic knewnbdut t.h.:_i  was that they were something wliich wont  ._P''_nd down'-in the city, ami Iieyvn:', .?.!-  ���������-ways glad whon they went down, bwci'u**-  it ��������� annoyed?llr. 1'itt so much.���������VV'cstiutn- l  bMi- Guzette, -������:���������;.    . ."  Gariaclia  ^difie:  ;;.;r  and Soo  Mm  7 Has move /readers V in Noitlv  Kootenay than any other paper;  has .more advertisers in;-Revelstoko -than; any ?cother paper;-  does more job printlngii in the  city than: any other ��������� paper; it's  news is more spicy and iip-to-  datr>; Its inllueiice is greater;  its advertising rates: are lowest  circulation considered; its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  annum; it covers tho field. Try  It arid bo with the crowd.?  :- WrReto -:..;--?-.  .���������  REVELSTOKE-HERALD,   ;  Revelstoke, 13. C.  Do oVoui-txiantyai/flornc   in    This ' Grocuing    Cllinintj   ani  fUU.-'-'-U:U''Ufr'f'f'U7U-1S,SiUtxi^iy 'Centre   ?  -y/TlieG. /&i;K.vsicaniiN'a vi������abio:i Company h-ivj so-uj of r,u.c,ni  iightlul j..op''i'ty iii vR-jyulstolie.    It is clii'.rmingly csitiiatf.d,   l..ntly   to  to/aiiy'-yioitipn of thu town.    Como and enquire about it tit once,    l^'.'jy  ter ni is if liecesatiry. :/-* ��������� // : ?.  deJB_o&r_j_L  Feed/and Salo Stable of tlie Lardeau and Trout Lalie  Saddle    nnd      Pack  ' alwavs for hiro.  Hoi'Mt'3  Freighting 'and   Teaming  specialty.-  , >*._ KmbixrrnMlncf _Dcm;tii(i,  Wo see thero is.a song iiy lialfo--' called  "Tho first Kiss."' Is tlmrc. not sbino do-  grco of danger iii, suc!\ 1; title?' -For lv>.  stance, .wliat would a- shopman think'arid  how would hi: hohavo if n iirctty young  lady went/up to him'and smilingly.siihi:  "If you pluasc, air, 1 'want you to niy?  rno "I'ho First Ki������;^ "���������London Tit-Bits.  ..'-..-,-    ���������-���������  DOH'lV :v  *  Bays    Acrcss    the- ,Gon  :.'  ������ y tiacnti by-,, the   ./���������;  .''"IMPERIAL. LIMITED"  T  r:C   ?  I'.v.  train crOisiii'.  :,:%: &Tl'-i  rifsl"   <ljlilppt'i  the coritinori't,'��������� -  i O'ld. Sliver or Lead 7.7......-'.  VO. pper.... ..,.,;=.. ;..;;. ......  i,f/old and .Silver;.......'.., ....  ; Ci .Id or Bii yor arid' Copper....  ;. f/olil. Silver .und -Leiid ...'.'.'-.'".'.  ! (ji.ld. Silver, Lead find Copper  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  i'or "front Lake Citv.;  For particulars write  iTi    - CRAIG & 111 LLM AN, Tuous'ON's Landing  '.%  OP  Trains laving the   V<xvSit'   Coast -| Prompt Attention to-Sampler, by Mail,  Cash Must Accompany the.Sairiple.  Fr-ontSt Revelstoke I  Don't,'follow ino crowd if you wans to j  bo a leader. --  Don't run  acro?s an old creditor wlien-.  ont for a spin on your wlicol.  Don/t helicvo all who agreo-wlth  yow   j  Argiiinc-nr-. tiros koiiio JWoplo., -  Don't uinlcrtako to. Iny another men out  ' nnless'yoii are an undertaker. . j  Don't ft'cl that you  aro  in duty bound i  to. break  tlio  record, your  nook or.ydui'  wheel.  [lon't, rcfiirc! Inncccpt criimhs r.r eoiri-  fort- boc.iUHi:  thoy :.ro  iiiit, wholo liu'i;.._*.���������.���������_; ���������  of bi If s. j  Dsn't think  all  nicn  who   tread   thn 1 ],���������  boards are nc.tors.    Somo of thctn work in j  lusher yaiUft      , I  TUESDAYS, -'THUr.SF/Ay-B   and!  SATURDAYS-   conmc;   j.;. ' K,;,i*i;  Wiiiium   vnl'a    X)i(:-   piil.itiiil "lakftj  steame.TS "j\I,..ni,.bba,"A7i>;:rt!t" and i  '   ���������".. ���������   "...   I  'Albtiban-;.." ficvo;,s the. urfiat lakci.���������_  P ET.T 1PIE C E - S  OF REVELSTOKE 1  ComDlctc and i\  :,.'jii:  AH "About Revelstoke  y.lo the Wonderfully Rich ill iiXiTCi. J-Hsfricf of North  Hotel Victoria  'I-  I'Vu-  li"_tr>i i~- :  i'.ti'ovin.-i f ion,    tin-,  iui f.k-.lfot"* Hpi-dy t.*  ,1.  T. XV. iiaADSiTA'vV.  .    _���������.. Ago'nt, Pvevel"-.t(iki-.'.  ,)., C'i*i'f.i-' A-i'f-Gi'-ii. russf'ngtir'  Agent, Vancouver, 15. C.  " ���������"    J. V. Pt KK-?', Frcp- ���������>. y  lliiierArei.iiiiiied.-ifir_.il (Vie i!.'.-.t.,in tilt- I  *? Cily i,i itc  iiidiiry,   , |  -Heated by hoi.' air: elect, ic Iiglit and?J.  bell in every room i  Hourly stiCit c������r between  hotel  and '  station.  Lurge and Well lighted sample  rcxiro. i  ���������   ���������'��������� '  Frua bus meets all   trains.  KEVELSTOKE. B. C.  ������ :��������� n'-l ���������  \% The Giitev.a  tii Koolenay and Conor Rim:    The S  A '���������"  Bit/ Rend, Trout Ltii.t:  Lardeau,   '���������'"_..utirrir.l.  !"- hr.rl Canyon. .Ionian Rasa and. Ear/lc Ptvt.i  i-ii District*.  Jiiutincsx Men. and. Rusi-  K n.'-ss Rouses.   The ntinir, Occu-  U pation and. Residence of  % Every Mate Resident  K , ..                              in    the    City.  i-.:'. for the  ' II-  Prico,  50 Cents  Address :  72." P.. PETTIPIECE,  Uevel-toke.,  B. C  e &2S3gii^���������������������g������^jr&Z&&^l^^  1'  'V  f  J  )i  /'���������i  rfkaiMWIh  |___M__B___1 *?  LIZZIE 1";   ALL   RIGHT  AMONG THE MORMONS.  Before    Dissolution    Is    Decided    Upon,  Toronto,   August    25.���������At   the   Cn-  tavlo   Rille   Association   matches   yesterday     the    lady    contestant,    Miss '  Lizzie   Bibby  of   Dundas,  Out.,   made i  -i.tho  possible  eight   bulls  eyes  at  the |  500 yard range.   Staff Sergeant Inmau  of the 90th battalion, Winnipeg, mado  a score of 92.   o   WARM  TIME   IX   GEORGIA  ill I  . '" S1 i*'.  fife  \.\\i  ���������4.  hi  1 V  Pan  c m Kussia  Owing  i.umo-i-d  "I eii cr  tuC  ��������� l'OCi'i  .O   lhc:  Whole Family Killed aJ New Jersey-  Located in England���������Canadian Pressmen at  the    Coast ���������Disastrous   Rainfall  in British Columbia.  LATEST ELEVATOR SYSTTM  Ottawa, August 2-i.-���������Xo confirmation is obtainable hero of the statement attributed to Sir Louis Davies  that Sir Wilfiid Laurier contemplates  a visit to tho old country shortly, ln  fact in view of he premier's contemplated tour of Ontario tho report is  regarded as being extremely unlike-  ly.iind therefore as not minimizing  tiie possibilities of a goneral election  this fall. As to that it has all along  beon conceded that nothing will be  deteiniined until Tarte has personally  sized up tlie situation. He will bo  back in plenty of time to tako  measure of the party's chances  an appeal to the countiy before  solution  need   be decided   upon.   o   IX   THE  TRAXSVAAL  tho  on  ilia-  Disquieting Xcws from    South Africa  ���������A Train Irtrod  on  London, August 2-i.���������The Johannesburg correspondent of thc Times  says: 'Disquieting reports arc received heve from Natal. On Sunday  a train from Johannesburg was lired  on in the Transvaal. The feeling  near tho border is extremely bitter.  Tlie disloyal native Dutch aro armed  with Mauser villes.  Olf ors ave reaching the wav oflice  fvom every volunteer regiment in the  country expressing tlieir willingness  to enter for service at the Capo :n  tho event of wav.  _  Montreal  Company to Do  luc.rpr,-  vated With "5500,000 Capital  Montreal, August li-l.���������The latest  proposition for n grain clevato.- system in tlio harbor of Montreal i~* embodied in a prospectus which 'j-.i0 jur.t  i.een issued. Tlio new enmnniiv will  lc known ns '"The Xew Harbor Cram  Elevator System" and will lie incorporated Into a limited liability com  pany with a capital ol* "500,001; With  this capital it is proposed to establish  cast and west warehouses and provide  for a centre at the harbor as woll.  LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP  Winnipeg or  Victoria Will  'Arthur.  Meet Port  Winnipeg. August 21.���������Thp Mate if  the match to decide tlio club which  rhall represent the Winnipeg district  in tlie semi-finals and finals of the  v '"cstern Canada Lacrosse Asso. iat!...'n  ihis been decided. Tbo Winnipeg and  Victorias will cross sticks on A'igust  "r.'.th. The winners are to meet Pert  Arthur.  DREYFUS'   TRIAL  Labovi  May  Become  a  betta  Second  Gatn-  -o-  THE CAROLINA GALE  London. August 21.���������This morning  the newspaper correspondents at Rennes agree that yesterday's sitting of  tha .court martial was a good day  fov Dreyfus. . ,,���������.���������   v-���������,.r���������ii-  *Oiic   correspondent   says':      "lie   ls j^JJ! \?U������XV  taking a  dispassionate and quite impersonal   interest    in     his  own  case  and has in fact become a Drcyfusite."  Tho proceedings though much less  exciting than on the previous day are  still dominated by tiio strong personality of Lahori. People are beginning  to seo a likeness to the opening of  Gambetta's career and are asking  whether Labovi will go as far.  London, August 24.���������The banks  hero are receiving large deposits of  money, stock** and other valuables  on French accounts. The banks at  Brussels are similarly loaded with  French -deposits.  Fearful  Loss "of  Lifo and Destriic.ti--";i  of Shipping.  Norfolk, August 21.���������Reports received today by rail on the Nott.i  Carolina coast between Body's Is'atul  and Cape Hatteras indicate that nearly  Si) vessels havo mot their fate in the  i'-graveyard of American shipping."  The government wires arc mostly  down and the news is carried 00 miles  by steamer wliich connects by rail  Tlm coast is strewn  with wrecks,' large and small. Elnvan  vessels aro ashoro in the inimod'ato  vicinity of Cape I-lattoi-as, of which  the names of six a r-i unknown. Au  occasional body washes ashore and  where there are no means of identification it is buried by the lifo savei".  Tlie report is today confirmed that  thc. famous Diamond shoals lightship  is stranded in Hatteras Inlet," but thc  crew of 23 are able to walk ashore.  Tho recent hurricane snapped the st*"~l  hawsers-off tho_steam propeller and  tho ship counted as, nothing in the  gale.  CALAMITOUS RAINFALL  TO PREVENT LYNCHING  Destroys the Oat aud Hay Crop at the  Coast  Vancouver, August 24.���������The correspondent of tha Vancouver World .has  this to say ot the' rains in British  Columbia for the last two weeks:  "The rainfall is unprecedented at  this time of the year. The destruction of the oat cvop and late hay,  covering not only the ' whole coast  part of the province, but also thc  Kamloops Plateau, by the late lo  day's rain is a calamity wliich must  bo generally felt in all interests  throughout the province.0 The loss  of much of the cvop * in tho lower  Fraser river valley is due to thc  scavcity of wovkmen. nearly 10,000 of  whom ave employed in the Fraser  , fisheries, and nearly-, one third of  this number are from thc building  trades, who. whilo they earn $3 ."a  day at their trade have been allured  to gamble in fish, and as it has turned out liave averaged $25 per day.  Pvogress of building operations has  been . seriously, retarded by~ .^the desertion of even the most "skilled1  workmen  to engage in fishing.  Savanna, Ga., August 2-1.���������Governor  Candler has sent a special train with  company of infantry to Darien to  suppress a riot and to protect tho  negro charged with tho assault of a  whitc girl. /,  END OF THE WORLD  Harry Lindley Writes About His Visit ���������  Thc Uoblc Red Indian President  Card a Most Successful Colonizer  ���������Polygamy Is a Dead Issue.  Davien, Ga., August 25.���������Troops aro  patrolling tho . ireets of Darien today  and   the  town   is  under martial   law.  'lho   negroes   tiitnunibev   the   wn.ics  by live to one, but the sight of bayonets and Galling guns has awed the  b'acks, and  unless there is move ex  . ilt.-iut.iit   what   thvcateiied   to   result  in a  bloody  race war will end without blood  slice:.    Early this morning  iuj more so.diets arrived,  but in tin-  case   of  a  battle   it  is   thought   thai  the  negroes  would   wilt   oul.    There  are  over  1200  negroes    in  the  town  and   vicinity   armed   with   every  of  weapon  from  pitchforks    to  uud   lhey . ave making threats.   o   sort  rllles  ANOTHER GOLD BRICK  of  well  f.ivin  Confidence Men Get   the  Best  Wealthy Farmer.  llrockville, August 24.���������Two  dressed strangers called at th  o' James Council, ���������. wealthy farmer  seven miles back of Prescott", and vc-  prcsenteil themselves as sons of  Methodist m in Is tu rs. Thoy negotiated to buy his farm for ?5.000. Con-  nell yesterday came to llrockville,  drew $5,000, which he was asked to  produce, and went back with one of  the sharpers to close the deal. On  the road ho was overtaken by the  second sharper who told his "companion that ho was wanted immediately at Prescott. The first sharper  handed to Connell the tin box in  which Council's ?5.000 and the sharpers' ?..,000 had been placed for  safety with the ��������� remark: " Yon  lake care or- this and we will call  tomorrow." Connell jumped from tho  rig and started fov home, but shortly  being suspicious he forced the box  open, only to find the box contained  nothing but stone. He got a friend  to hitch up a rig and drove hinriedly  lo Prescott, bnt tho bunco men had in  the meantime crossed to Ogdensburg  and escaped.  -o-  DANGEROUSLY ILL  Falmouth, N. S.. August 25.���������Hon.  Thomas Temple, repvesenting Fred-  oriel on in ...ie senate, is dangerously  ill, and the members of his family  have  been  summoned  to his  bedside.  WOMAN  ROBBED  Toronto, August 25.���������Mrs. Fraser,  who keeps a-boarding house on Vine  street, received 5100 fvom her  boarders yesterday, as a result of the  Canadian Pacific Railway monthly  pay and last night the money was left  in tho drawer of tlie sideboard. This  morning "Mrs. Fraser was found in iin  unconscious condition with a handkerchief spread ovei- hev face. She  had been chloroformed. The object  of the deed was robbery,'as,the roll of  bills were missing.  CROP ESTIMATES  s  COMPANY.  "Winnipeg, August 25.���������The provincial government estimate places the  Manitoba crop at 02,429,335 bushels,  from an acreage of 3,020,995. . The  wheat crop is placed at 33,504,900  bushels with au average of 20.55 pet-  acre. Oats is expected . to yield  23,003,126 bushels; barley. 5,532.972;  llax. 296.20S; rye, t.. .j; and peas,  2G.G37 bushels.  CAXADIAX   PRESSMEN  Thc Rumor Causes a Panic in Southern nussia.;  St. Petersburg. August 24.���������Reports  from Southern Russia say that th?  current rumov of tho approaching end  of the world is causing a panic, among  rho uneducated classes at K'l.irrov.  the capital of the government of that  name. The working mon are leaving  the city in large numbers wishing fo  spend what they consider their :ar.t  days in their village homes. Factory  owners have asked that the police  snould stop tliis emigration in order  to prevent the ruin of trade.  _A-W-lIOLE-R.\MIL5__K.I I .I.KJ^ .  Royally Entertained   at  Victoria and  -"-   "Vancouver  Vancouver, August 24.���������The members of v the Canadian newspaper  people's excursion all say that, they  ave deeply impressed at the vastness  of tho Canadian territory known as  the Dominion of Canada, and aro  prouder than ever of being called  Canadians. ' The British Columbia  press say that they are a fino looking  intelligent body of men and, women.  Thoy were royally entertained in  Victoria. Yesterday they 'visited the  canneries and were entertained by  New Westminster, while last night  they were banqueted at" the Hotel  Vancouver by the mayor and citizens  of Vancouver. They leave for the  Kootenays today.  Seabvight, N.  J., August 24.���������Whii.  the family of Charles XV. Trippe. inspector of  tlie  New  Y'ork health  de  piivtment  was  out  driving  last evening, a New Jersey southern      railrot-d  train  dashed into      tho  two      seat _'l  survey instantly killing      Trippe,  his  son 7 years of ago, his two sisters-in-  law,  and  Miss Terry,  and      Injuring  seriously      Mrs.   Trippe,   their      two  months old baby and  the  nursemaid.  Premier Laurier has invltcfl nt in  fluential deputation of Welshmen to  visit Canada for the purpose of seeing fov themselves the facilities that  Canada offers to immigrants, and to  show that.there is no truth in the  reports which have appeared in tlie  Welsh papers with . regard to the  poor treatment of immigrants other  than Galicians and-Doukhobors.  .1. A. Cameron, superintendent of  tiie Winnipeg-Fort William division  ni thc C. P. R.. is about to be transferred to the Crow's Nest Pass division, and will be succeded by G.J.Buvy,  superintendent of thc North Bay division.  The late Duke ' of Beaufort was  somewhat formidable * in .repartee.  When Voltigeuv, the French horse  won the Derby, a French noble came  -iip-to-the---Di!ke,-who-l~.ad_bet.-Jieavllj_  on the race and said: "Ah, my dear  Duke, Waterloo is at last avenged!"  "Yes. my dear count," was thc reply,  "the French also ran well at Waterloo!" ,.   ,  CUBAN  RAILWAY DISASTER  A TORONTO FIRE  Causes  Damage    to     the  $15,000   .   ,  Extent  of  Santiago, de Cuba, August 25.���������-An  entire train fell into the river Mas-  pocha through a weakened bridge.  It is said that OS persons were  drowned. Disastrous Hods have been  raging for a fortnight and Valpara-  sio and other cities have suffeied  greatly.  VERY THOUGHTFUL  Toronto, August 24.���������A fire broke  out In the building owned by the  Methodist Church superanuation  fund, and rented by the J. II. Smith  company, manufacturing chemists.the  Queen City Chewing Gum company,  the Cameron Manufacturing company,  piano keyboards; Thomas Carrol,  wood turning; XV. Miller, fancy show  cases, and T. Conloy, picture frames.  The  damage   will   reach  $15,000.  Tangier, August 25.���������The Suitan  of Morocco" has notified the powers  liuu he has destroyed the native boats  on "ie Ritf coast and established  a gun boat service in order to_. protect foreign shipping from piracy.  MISSING  TELLER  HERBERT  Has Been  Located at Portland Street  London,   England  .Montreal, August 21.���������News reached the "city last night that Jas. J.  Herbert, the missing teller of tho  suspended Villo Marie Bank, who is  charged with defalcations amounting  to SoS.000 is now quietly walking  through tho streets of London. England, having taken a room at 2S Port-  laud Klrcef, under the name and ������d-  dross of "Geo. W. Plum, Philadelphia.  U.   S.   A.  WILL FIGHT  THEM  New Y'ork, Vagust 25.���������At a meeting of the executive committee of the  Retail Butchers' association, formed  last night to fight the beef trust, it  was,, decided to recommend thc stock  of the company to bo $5,000,000. of  wliich $2,OOU,000 will be raised among  patrons, in shares at a maximumu  of $20 a share.  ONLY ONE T..I XDRED AXD TWO  Chicago. A'igust 25.���������Fifty one  couples left hi"������ yesterday on thc  Maccabees picnic for St. .Toscrli-  Mich., to gel n.iirric-l. as tne laws  of the state new stipulate that a  coupio cannot 1 e married until three-  days after the r; anting of a license.  The Bridal co.iplcs were treated to  a shower of _ ails at the wharf by  tho spectators.  No littc curiosity has been excited  in the West by the mysterious  movements of two strangers who  have visited almost every town in the  Territories, including Calgary, Edmonton and Banff. Xow they have  '.oft for the cast, it is,known that  they were tw:i cnicrigo detectives,  v. ho were sent out, to search thoroughly fov Dan Cougli'.in. who is  -.'.-anted   In   Chicago  for  perjury.  A story is told that the Duke of  Connaught's son.young Prince Arthur,  was overjoyed at the fact that ho  li������.ti got out of the Saxe-Coburg suc-  cr-ssion. He was sent over to inspect his possessions, and-on returning to Eton confided ,to his schoolfellows that he had finally decided  to "chuck it" and what caused him to  do so was his being asked lo play  t-mnia with three other German  princes and finding that they had the  Lulls fielded for them by a squad of  soldiers, who saluted at attention  each time they handed the balls. This  was too much for the healthy, independent English school ,boy, he explained, so he promptly decided to  remain English.  The Rossland police   commissioners  will  investigate  charges  of receiving  hush  money against the local police.  Tt is understood that one of the affidavits is that of a Chinaman      who  claims he paid Jailer Mitchell $45 and  S60 as hush money on   i.account     of,  gambling games. A dealef.'-In- a poker  nime affirms that be paid $30 a month  fcr  protection.      Another" man,   who  has. it is said, been an inmate of tho  jail on several occasions, deposes that  to his  certain knowledge,  accounts of the jail were  with: while     a     fourth. R. Boll, has  ���������vn-orn  that an  attempt was  made  to  "hold out" $50 which ho deposited as  hail for an arrested gambler.      Chief  Ingram  has  all  long expressed     his  readiness to meet any complaints that  may     be brought     against him, and  ���������=<-rni=   to   anticipate   no   difficulty   ir.  ���������i-=posinc of the charges, which ho is  'i c!inc-:i to attribute to the     spiteful  work of personal enemies.  Xestlcd at tlio foot ot tlie Rocky  mountains, with eternal snow upon  their summits, and yot on the pralrlo  territory of Alberta, is the settlement ot* Cai'dston, which is unique  in being tho only dwelling placo or  the followers of Joseph Smilli in the  Dominion. To reach this isolated  spot one must travel 45 miles by wagon I'roin the nearest vaiiruad, .Macleod,  and yet the diivu in summer is simply magnificent, for the tenderfoot will  ace so many variuues of naturo,  whether as regards the scenic panorama or tho beauties of tin; vegc-  .iible world. Then, it is enlivened  by the parli-colorcd and much bodlz-  enoil squaws and the painted wavriov  on his cayuse, whilst now and then  a veil coated Mounted Policeman adds  to lis novelty. An occasional cayoto  may bo seen, like ii spectacle of  mournful ness. wandering among tlie  beaut Hul wild roses and prairie  llowcrs, which make the ever-stretching landscape us bright, as any Brussels," Tho buffalo has gone, 'tis true,  but bunches (why not herds?) of cattle and horses roam at will, till the  period of a round up arrives. To  reach Cardslun you hnvi; lo go  through the Blood reservation,which  is aljijut 50 miles long and 25 miles  wide and sustains nearly 2,000 Indi-  aus. When 1 say sustain, I am overstepping the mark, for u more pampered individual than our Indian does  not exist. . A paternal government  gives him ihe" land, a yearly allowance and occasional catllc, whilst the  poor white settler musl. "root hog  ov die," and withal one red-coated  policeman can overawe a 'tribe of  braves, thus nullifying all the Feni-  uioro Cooper romances. Cardslon  when you reach it, will not impress  you ,except by the fact that its agricultural surroundings savor of move  cultivation than is generally thc case,  but lhen. the Mormon is a prince of  cultivators'. Founded bul a few years,  its President and sponsor-. Mr. Card,  came with a fow of the chosen from  Utah and mado it a promised land,  whero now nearly 2000 of tho people  of Zion nourish.  "A Mormon" is not a palatable op-  pellation to their ears. They tiro of  tho Church of Jesus, Christ ot Latter Day Saints, and it is onc of their  tenets, that America, or rather this  continent, is the promised laud, and  will ultimately become theirs wholly.  Thai their founders wove wonderful  men, needs no saying, and that Brigham Young as leader of tho Nau-  voo exodus was eminently biblical  in his methods is also true and his  colonization ot the great American  desert was one of the most stupendous achievements of our times, ln a  lesser degree President Card is proceeding in Alberta, as new settlements ave spreading, and when wo  add that thoy ave interested in a  canal 50 miles long, which will give  them irrigation from Cardston to  Lethbridge, and make the arid prairie into a' land ot milk and honey,  we know that then- increase aud pvos-  perity ave assured. It must be a compliment to the Dominion for President Card stated to mc that tluy  loved Canada and that our laws were  infinitely superior to those of the  Slates.  Mrs. Card��������� "Aunt Lina" ���������is a  daughter of Brigham Young, and a  woman of wonderful magnetism aud  wheu I told her that 30 years' ago I  had played on the stage with her  sister Emmeline, she remarked, "Poov  Emmeline!" Well, yes, but she came  back to Zion, repented and died there  Salt Lake City.  Strange to say, of all the ladies,  I mean sisters, I spoke with, none  were averse to polygamy as formerly practiced, but rather in its  favor. As'Aunt'Lina remarked, "tho  Gentiles" could not understand it.  but it tvas no sensual passion, but a  spiritual onc, and the wives deified  their husbands as ot old. The men refer to it.now as a dead issue, inasmuch as Pvesident Woodruff in 1S90  received a special revelation fvom  tbe Lord to discontinue plural marriages, which is final.  Salt Lake City is still the "state  of Zion" and from tlience all tho "law  and gospel" is forwarded, iind tliere  the tithe is duly sent by' the faithful  and dispensed on church and otlnv  matters. Their belief is the same as  the Baptists, if we exclude John Smith  and tho "Book of Mormon." Thoy he  lieve in immersion and also "laying  on of hands-' and our Bible and Testament is as sacred to them as it is  to us. In thc history of their church  you���������\vlir-flhdM.his-quolatlon:���������-���������The-  Latter Day Saints ave a happy, pvos-  pevous, God-fearing, virtuous people.  Thrift, cleanliness, good order, peace  and sobriety are among thoir characteristics. God has blessed the land  because of them, and for their sal.3  thc earth has yielded"- abundance.'  It must not be forgotten that hundreds of missionaries go forth yearly  and oven Ontario has its converts,  fov in .the settlement of Cardston  there are those who have married  into the order and are loudest in'its  praise*.  Now, a word as to its religious observances.     Thoy   iivc   quiet,   earnest  and rigid enough to gladden the heart  of tbo    old timo   Puritan,    but    they  avo intensely practical.    In the interval   ot  prayer   a     bishop    was   kind  enough to announce my pcrfovmances  on  Monday,  July  21th,  which   is the  anniversary of the Saints'  arrival  at  Sal   Lake,    and   then "Brother Card"  produced a dish of strawberries grown  in  his  own   garden,   fvom   plants  of  Utah   growth,   on   which   ho   read   a  homily on gardening, exhorting those  present to "go and do likewise." Then  the brethren measured them, extolled  their quality, and one brother quaintly remarked:   "I'd  like  a  gallon    of  them for my supper."    Tlieir psalmody is conducted by a trained choir,  whicli is not marred by the guttural  utterances   of  untuned   congregation.  There is no paid minister, but any of  the   bishops "will   fill   the  bill.     Oft-  repeated   kneeling   is   not   practiced,  and strangest of all, there is no collection,   and   I   may  add   as   a finale  that the prayer extemporized and delivered   by  the  leading  merchant  of  the   village,  was   so  fervent,   earnest  and truthfully delivered that it would  reach  the  heart  of even  an   atheist.  A new temple is under way which  will cost $50,000, thc present building  he supply I being   utterly   inadequate.     Cardston  tampered ', has two hotels, one operated by    the  ' bishop and the pVr.es by a disciple of  tho faithful.    The    sole bono of contention  amongst   them   is   the   Question  of  a  liquor  license,    which    is  obnoxious to their faith.    They have  excellent   farms,    good    cattle,    fine  horses,   wonderful    perseverence   and  thrft,  and   will   ere long make  their  adopted  homo one    of  the  brightest  spots  in  Alberta,   the   favored.  ,  Fort Macleod, Alb., July 30.  BNCORPOJ-JATED 1670  mxing.  o>'  Fishingr and  ing  Should take only tlio best supplies wiUi- Ilium lo thoroughly enjoy  thoir outing.  Our experience in this lino  enables us to I'urni.sh everything yon will require of  the best quality anti properly packed  Our stuck is complete in tho  fbllowinii' linos:  Pigs' Feet,  Roast Beef,  Corned Beef,  Ox Tongue,  Lunch Tongue,  Pork and Beans,  Boneless Duck,  Boneless Chicken,  Boneless Turkey,  Potted Ham,  Potlcd Tongue,  Potted Ham and Chicken.  Potted Bloater Paste.  Potted Turkey and  Tongue.  Condensed Cocoa,  C, & B. Ess. of Coffee,  C, & B. Pickles,  Snidcr's Tomato Catsup,  P.' & C, Sardines.  CHURCH    DIRECTORY  MKTHOI.ll.ST  I'lUJiCM..*  (.-IIUKUII  ���������   Kovolatoke.  I'-ico .u It a.m. uud 7:,w  Ii.ni. l'n, t. ...hcIiiik nt the clutio ut lhu  nmri.liiK i-n vit ii. i.tib_.th cctmol and Bltiiu  i/l.ii.i. uc '2:.41   (i.n.      ".V.oki)'  i>iu>cr  iiitiotir.g  OVt-'n* iV'uUii. e..nl>   ulu. 1HK   i.t   7:"-"!   p.111.     Ttl'j  liiili.ii'iiio ..inimily inviled.   So.ita tree.  ,   RKV. s. .1. TllUMFMON,  Pastor.  Church of England Sunday Services ���������  Eight a.m. Holy Communion; 11'  meeting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Eucharist, Iir_st Sunday in the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or childrens'  torvice; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sorinun. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist is'celebrated ill 7 a.m. or S  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, .with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  a.'ter Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D.,  Vicar.   '  PltKUUVTISHIAN UHURCH���������Kuye'.atofc.,'.  burvico ovuo'Suniliij a; 11 u.i.. m.d 7:.fci  I'.in. llib'o l.'l .us ut _:.%] ii.ni,. tu which  nil nro wclomuu. Pruyor i_iutnii; uc li p.m  ������very Wudiiuoiiny.  KKV. T. MENZIKM, Pnntor.  I." O.MAN   CATHOLIC   OHUHOH ��������� Revel-  A^-   Htokn.     Mich   lli'cl nml third Uundaj-n in  iiiunth at 10:30 a.m.  KKV.  FATHEK TIIAYEK.  SALVATION AUMY-MT-tliiRU ovcry nl|?ht  in tlii_:r hull 0:1 Front Sirrtit  Loynl  Orange   Lodgo, Xo. 1658.  Kcciilnr inci'lliii;,������ mc li.'ld In tlio  ihI.1ImII.iw_. Hull mi tlm third Krlil.iv  ul ci eii ui.mill ut i.tin ]>. iu. Vl__iiin������:  lii'.-ilircii fi.Mll.-ilh' lux-lti'il.  \v. i;. nini. v, \v..\t.i it. i*. I'ctti-  S.; I". A. Ki'ttli'non Kill, bac : TI103.  Tri'iimiivi.  11. Cninphc'.l,  Chief lliiugi'i-  Court   Mt.   Bcgbie,  I.O.F..K0.3461.  Meets In tho Odd"  fullon'M* Hull on the  Unil mnl till Fridays of  I'tiun mouth. Vis.tint;  linn hron invited to  iittena.  K. D. J. C. Johnson  -tec.-See.  ^evelsiol\s  Hospital  Maternity Koom i.i connection.  Vaccine    kept    on    hand.  A  The Acme-���������  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and Minoral  Waters iu Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Reval-  stoke, B. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Undertaking: and Embalming  P. Howson & Co,,  MACKENZIE   AVB.  Ketail Dealers In Furniture.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a. specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.      Contracts for Jobbing taken.  -rs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants;  KEVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmithinet Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  TinsmithinR  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty ,   __i  ROBT. GORDON    .  Revelstoke   Station.  Leon  Men's Hip Rubber Boots,  Men's Shooting Boots,'  Men's Shooting Jackets;  '     Men's V/aders,  Men's Short Slickers  Jackets,  Ground Sheets,  Dunnage Bags,  Blankets and Tents,  1  Don't,    forget a  bottle  Kilmarnock   Whiskey and  box ol' the  celebrated linper-  We  also carry a  full stock ol Eley's Cartridges.  ial Cigars  pnngs  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES  CALGARY  Plumper's   Pass,  Mayan Island, B.  Midway between Vancouver unit Victoria  This holel i������ situated on one of the nio*t  In .uiliftil iid-inils in the (iulr of (".eoi__.ii  Climate (IcHhIiI ful; {--unil boating anil lishluf--:  .lawii.li'itnisyint balhiiiir, .    .-    ��������� . _ _ -       ^  ,Jus_ tlie place .ii siienilli holiday duriiif.- ihe"  hot summer mouth:?.  The steamer leaves Vancouvei- on Mondays,  A id Xew Westminster on Thursdays and Saturdays.  Mo'deralo rates.   Apjilv, lo the .Maunder.  .HJ-RiRiY    EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  Bofch Hotels Opeq  ��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������tii*iinii������������"idiiiiaitiiiiiaiiiiiiii~~* *i -sT  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and the Springs.  Good      Accommodation both  at'   the   Springs * and  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.  S1.25 per day.  Baths Free.  Eates.  II.KHIl llKAIJS.  I'.'lIMlS, ANIMALS, ETC.  1'icsni'veil iind mounted.  Thira St. East of Schoolhouse  I.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Bkst Accommodation  In tiik Lahdkau.  Rates $2 Pep Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor,  M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  Sibbald  REVELSTOKE  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE,'  AGENT  McKenzie Ave.  J  F. JWeCJIRTY  Manufacturers or  and Deal oro In"���������"  Sasli. Ilnor?. TiinihiK*. Plintlip. Corner  IlIocU". Mnuldin?.i of all klmli, F.incy  Cilili-s ninl Verandah work. BraeketB.  01 everv (lw.erlr.tion mart, to order.  Store and office Fililn^a. Vimlow  Kimiit':-, with .-.i*h fitted a specialty,  tlie lalc-t lii.ii liiiiery. Dlv kiln  |ii-i'ini"i"<. ('ill and* .jet prices before  Ki.inj.- cl'-ewhi-ve.  SAWYER & MANN TiQ.  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,    -  MUTT0.N JIJtD SJU3SJ.GE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson ������.������    -J-,--Ms    -JJ*-' " ������  We  Have  ���������Some extra values, this week  in Toweling at 6c, 7Ac, 10c,  T2ic and 15c, in pure linen  A lot of Wrappers to clear at  00c and ������1.50, regular price  wns $1.75 and S2-50.  When you need a nice tabic  cloth Just drop in and see  the splendid values we can  give you at 35c, -10c, 50c,  75c. and ������1.  The assortment of Flannelette, we can offer you in  prices, patterns and colors  will surprise and convince  you that we can do better  for you than any house in  the trade at  The Cash Bazaar  *6_  n LEAPING STORE  No Bluster, No Fuss, Just Business, That's All.  *?  /  / /  W. MKl.DKfM  HOWSON BLOCK.  MANAOKR  McKKNZIE AVE  Don't Send Away  for your-  Photographic  Goods.  When   vou   can   pot  everything you want at  eastern prices at thc  CANAOA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  -Mail  orders  immediate]"*  attended   to.  CHAS. R. MCDONALD, Mnnngcr.  McKENZIE  AVE..   KEVELSTOKE   STATION.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Sheriif Redgraves, of Donald, was  in town yesterday.  Grand Forks, B.C., and the district  surrounding it, i.s being largely advertised in the coast papers.  XV. B. Pool left yesterday morning  for the Nettie L to push the work of  getting out ore for shipment.  The Cascade Record dryly remarks  that it is a poor town these days that  cannot stir up some kind of a smelter  story.  Nurse Lucas left'on Monday morning  for Calgary, where she will visit  friends for a few days, prior to leaving  for her home in England.  J. M.  Kellie,  Win. Lawrence,  J. B.  Scott   and Jerry   Nagle  returned on  Monday evening from a, three day's  * hunting trip to Bear creek.  Nearly 10,000 farmers and farm  laborers have reached Winnipeg within the last two weeks and will lie  employed in reaping the harvest in  No. 1 hard belt in Manitoba.  The Grand Forks sports have got  their money back with interest. The  return match of baseball was played in  Nelson Saturday, resulting in a win  for the Kettle River Valley boys by a  score of 7 to 3.  The Herald is in receipt of a copy  of the programme and prize list of the  Okanagan and Spallumacheen agricultural society's fall show tn be held  in the city- of Vernon on September  26th, 27th and 2Sth.  Fred Cook, Ottawa correspondent of  the Toronto Mail-Empire- and the  Victoria Colonist, spent Monday in  the city. Mr. Cook visited the lodge  of the Sons of England in the evening  and was given a royal reception.  The Nelson Tribune is authority forthe statement that the present government will be able to meet the  house with a good working innjority  and that Messrs. Cotton and Hume  will be in the lower country within  -the-npxt/-two-weeks^and -will-ex plain-  how it is going to perform the miracle.  A Boston girl learning the bicycle  pxplains that it hit the post because of  the " influence of concentrated attention rendering the movements incoordinate so that the rider becomes the  victim of perverted reflexes." The  Revelstoke girl simply says "darn it"  and gets on ..gain.  A Npw Denver despatch to the Nelson Tribune states that the Mine  Owner>' Association in the Slocan  have decided to re-open their mines  on or before October 1st, paying the  standaid scale S3.;V1 per eight hour  shift; but in no case are "union" men  to be employed. This will very soon  end the trouble, for the owners .will  shortly find that all "miners" are  union men. Cninnizcd capital will  and must recognize unionized labor.  A charming story by the author of  ''David Jlarum'' hns reached ns* this  week. An -.inuitml subject for romance, the IiiM-n. u Hank Teller, fulls  in love with tin- (laughter of one of the  directors, and the plot deals with the  diSicuIties and complications whicli  ensue in an interesting and admirable  manner. The story is published by  The Poole Printing Company, Limited.  Toronto and is for sale by all newsdealers, at the low price of 15 cents, or  will send postpaid by the publishers  on receipt of price.  A petition is being circulated protesting to the city council against the  proposal of the public works committee to impose the frontage tax of  two-thirds of the cost of building the  sidewalk to the property owners on  the side of the street on which the  sidewalk is to be biiilt and the one-  third tax on the property owners on  the opposite side of the street. Already the petition has been signed by  over two-thirds of the property owners on the street affected, and before  it is handed to the city fathers it will  likely have the signatures of all the  property ownej-s so affected.  Frontage Tax.  To the Editor of the Herald.  Frontage tax is all riuht���������in its place  ���������but Revelstoke's connecting or inn in  sidewalk is not its place.  I, with most of the ratepayers along  the route of the proposed trunk sidewalk, signed a petition protesting  ngiiinst the pulilic works committee  imposing all tho tax upon the ratepayers along this route, and hopo they  will abandon such an idea at once, anil  gnl lo work and build it from the funds  burrowed by the whole people for I hut  pin-pose. There's been enough child's  play-  .ludgitig by the present, progress the  town is n ink ing the trunk side will k is  the only one liki'ly to lie built in the  next live years, and why should I have  lo pay for it any more "than anybody  else, since as a resident I will use it as  Utile or less than the average citizen ?  lt the ratepayers on any other street  want a sidewalk, they would only have  to pay for a residential sidewalk, while  I have to contribute towards a liusi-  ni'ss sidewalk whether I need one or  not. I hough I only have a small residence on the proposed route, which  the sidewalk will not enhance in value  one red bean.  The business mnn who is probably  able to pay his share, only has to put  up the same frontage tax as I have,  though his property is worth ten or  even twenty times as much as mine.  If we had wanted sidewalks upon  the conditions that the public works  committee are now offering to us, we  could have had theni five years ago.  Why did we wait, until incorporation  tool* place? Anybody can have sidewalks if they pny for them themselves.  I again contend that it is nn unjust  taxation, in this particular instance,  which takes money fiom a few taxpayers who happen to own. (or at least  are trying to pay for) property on the  proposed trunk sidewalk to benelit the  whole community.  If the whole community want a sidewalk from one end of the town to the  other let the whole community pay for  it.  It happens that the townsite man,  whom the public works committee  think they are scalping, is nnt the  sulfeier. as he only owns twenty-eight  lots on the whole route. It i.-. in this  case, us poor struggling workingmen  who have hard enough time at any  stage of the game, under existing circumstances, tn eke out a living and  ntake both ends meet, thnt will have  to bear the burden.���������as usual.  Aid. Graham says let it be put to a  vote of the whole people. Oh yes!  How nice, anilhow gladly they would  vote in favor of us paying for all the  sidewalk, while tbey will use it just as  much ns we will. Tf Alderman Graham  wants ;i sidewalk on his street, let, him  pny for it.���������that's all right, for nobody  but Mr. Graham has to use it. When  I want, one I'll do likewise.1  If t.he public works committee have  their "little red wagon" out against  the " wliite-shirted " townsite owners,  let them co after them after the main  sidewalk is built, bnt in tho meantime  for heaven's sake let up upon further  unjustly taxing- the already overburdened Working Man.  BRIDGEMEN HURLED IN THE AIR  Another Narrow Escape for   Alex. McGregor.���������Edward Soucie Hurt Too.  On, Saturday morning, as the special  with the Canadian press association  was coming through the Kickinghorse  canyon, the engine struck the guy  ropo of the derrick in use by McGregor's bridge gang, who wore engaged in  repairing a bridge, at Glenogle. The  result was that the derrick swung  round, and Alex. McGregor, the biidge  foreman, and Edward Soucie who were  on it at the time, were thrown down.  McGregor had an arm broken and his  he.id badly cut, aiul Soucie had an arm  and a rib broken. The men wore then  brought ou to the Golden hospital, Dr.  Sylvester ofTnronto, who was on the  train with the excursionists kindly  attended tn the injured men meantime.  At the hospital Drs. Sylvester and  Richardson set tho broken limbs and  dressed tho wounds, and we are glad  to report that the patients are doing  well.���������Era.  $1000. REVARB!  We Will Pay in Cash  One Thousand Dollars  For reliable information which will enable us to  convict the person or persons who haye been instrumental in circulating the rumor that we have  Advanced the prices of our Goods since time of  starting business. We affirm that since we opened our business, and with our magnificent stock, the  public of Bevelstoke and vicinity have been offered  by us an Excellent claps of Goods in our line, and  at prices, " freight considered," quite .on a par with  what would have to be paid for same grade of  goods in eastern cities. WE are tqo busy, and are  somewhat above starting evil reports, and wish  others were the same. We detest underhand deal*  ing and are more than anxious to bring to justice  the originators of above mentioned report.  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tnntn Street, Centre,  Opposito Cowan Block.  A full assortment of all the latest  novelties in fancy poods just opened,���������Ladies' hygeian underwear,  special line of combination childrens' togues, tarns and napoleons.  -Stamping dono to order.  M. K. Lawson.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Minos, London.    Soven vcars  at  Morfa  Works,  Swansea.    17   years  Chief  Chemist   to Wtgiin Coal and  Iron Co.,  Eng,  Lute chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined anil reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  JAKES GILL & CO.,  The Taylor Block,  S������������������0������  McKenzie Avenue.  Jas. I. "Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  Meets first and third Tne'sdiiv In overy month  in the Oddfellows' hall. Visiting brethren invited.  11. VA RNES, T. E. L, TAYLOR,  Secretary. President..  SELKIRK LODGE NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets ovory Saturday  evening In Oddfellows'  Hull at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially  Invited to attend.  ' ������������������-^-���������eC.  J. MATH IK, Secretary.  .1. PALMER, N. G.  THOMAS O'BRIEN,  Solicitor,   Notary Public,  Conveyancer.  Oflice In Upper Columbia Navigation  and Tramwuy Company's  Building.  GOLDEN. B. C.  Corner Douglas  and King Streets  All orders promptly filled.  REYBMOKE, B.8.  ���������__������fr'i._"_"_"i>'_������i"i.���������_"$������������������_ _.._ ���������_���������_.!..$..$._.._ .J..J..fr_i  $ CITY SCAVENGER.-.  X                    All Orders Promptly  4j Attended To   ������       JAS. C. HUTCHISON.*  *+**+'*'**'*'fr*t+'*++**+'M'*'*'f''H"  Refrigerators at Cost.  Rev. Dr. Paget left by No. 2 yesterday morning on a three'month's visit-  to England.  ��������� The Herald regrets to announce  the serious illness of| !S. 11. Bolton,  timekeeper of the C. P. R.  Hugh McPherson, of Trout Lake  City, was in town yesterday. He  reports great mining activity in the  Trout Lake district.  Monday next is Labor Day anil a  public holiday. The dedication of the  new Oddfellow's hall wili take place to  be followed by sports and a grand ball  in the evening.  .  Itis reported that a man dropped  dead at Sicamous on Monday last,  presumably from heart failure. _No  inquest-was -hekl-and���������the-body-- was  coffined in a rough box and shipped to  Vancouver. The name of the deceased  was not given.  That the fall season is near at hand  was brought forcibly to the notice of  pedestrians on McKenzie Avenue on  Monday afternoon, when a consignment of rubbers for James Gill anrl  Co , comprising 103 cases were piled  high on the sidewalk in front of the  firm's store.  ���������First class goodi. fair prices, fair  treatment and good facilities enable  ns to do business with the majority of  the buying public in Revelstoke.���������  Bourne Bros.  A large, fashionable and enthusiastic  audience filled Tapping's opera house  the past two nights to greet the well  known La vena and Cofllnger's comedy  company. The men in the company  are all excellent and their last two  evening's performance created much  mirth arid rounds of applause from  their host of admirers. To-night,  being the final entertainment, the  house should be filled to its utmost  capacity.  Zinc in Ores.  The development of zinc bearing  mines presents a profitable field for  investment in the mountain states,'  and one whicli, until recently, has  been generally overlooked, says the  Minning Reporter. This is accounted  for by the fact that a penalty has been  exacted for treatment of zinc bearing  ores by the silver-lead smelters, usually  50 cents for each unit of that metal in  excess of 12 po>' cent, so that zinc ores  have been avoided. Nearly all zinc  ores in the mountain states occur in  connection with lead, iron and copper,  and usually with silver and gold, the  other values being greater than the  values in zinc.  No process has yet been devised  which can successfully save the other  (.values, at the same time the  recovery of the zinc ��������� is effected,  in a state pure enough to be used in  making spelter. To take ore sufficiently pure for making spelter it  must be. capable of being concentrated  to a value of 05 per cent.  There are. however, many other  uses for ores besides making spelter,  and the success of Dr. F. L. Bartlett  of the American Zinc Lead works at  Canyon City in- saving zinc in the  form of pigment at the same time the  gold and silver values nre recovered  opens a new field of industry. Tbe  demands for the various forms of zinc  have greatly decreased in the recent  past. Tiie increased shipments of  zinc hearing ores from the Leadville  district has called attention to the  possibilities of this field nf enterprise.  It is estimated that the metallic zinc  contents of ores in Colorado are far in  excess of any other mineral except  iron.  The Jnplin, Mo., ore districts nre  producing zinc and lead at the rate of  a million pounds a month and it is  said that not a single mine has recorded a failure in the district. Ores are  there being treated carrying as low as  five per cent zinc at a satisfactory  profit.  The further development of the zinc  industry in the west is not without  difficulties, but these will be overcome  and the effort expended in so doing  will receive handsome-reward.  DEATHS  Grogan���������On the 27th inst., Marion  Alice, infant daughter of G. E. Grogan. aged six months.  4.4.4.^.^.4.^,4.^.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.^.4.4.^.4.4.^,^.^2.^.  A Very Peculiar Season.  Snow has fallen unusually early in  the hills this season. The weather  too, has been decidedly wintry. Quite  a number of prospectors have had to  c"o"ffi>_d(Twn"inif"tire"hiiis"on~"ac"coVffl  t.he snow. Many plumes hoth in the  Big Bend and tlie Lardeau where the  snow usually goes olf in the sumnu-r  season, there is still many feet of it,  with no likelihood of its being melted  by Old Sol this century.  Guy Barber  Watchmaker  and  Jeweller_^^  C. P. R.  Watch Inspector.  Watches  Clocks and Rings  BEST IN TIIE WOULD  JW-A11 repair work guaranteed.  Guy Barber?  McKenzie Ave.   REVELSTOKE  .~{,^^^^+^1..j..I.^.y,^^^^.y.^^.^^^.>^.I.  WHITE COOK WANTED.  First class white conk wanted at onee nt the  Queens hotel.   Apply in person or by letter to  KOUINSON .t VVE,  Hevelstokc Sta.,  Corner Orton Ave. and Second St.  TO  LET.  Well furnished room to rent,   (bath.)   Apply  to MKS. JA.MES LYTTLK,  G8-1I Second Street, east.  LOST.  A gold watch, between the breworv and the  lower town, (111 Friday. " Itertlui" "engraved  on the back. Finder will kindly leave same  at the Hkrald otllee.  ROOMS TO LET.  Apply to R. Tapping.  C7-7C  We have only a few left but will give you the benefit of purchasing them at cost, price. This is chance you may perhaps  never get again. We require thc room lor a car load of stoves  now en route. Gurncy's famous line of stoves, cooking and  heating They have the weight and will outwear any other  stove on the market,  W. M, LAWRENCE,  HARDWARE AND TINSMITHING. FURNACE AND ROOFINC.  FOR SALE.  Flavoring-  Several good dwellings,  for less than cost.  Apply  In good localities,  I". IIUKEK.  TO RENT.  A. N. SMITH,  BAKER,  GR0GER  ANDeQNrneT|0NER  ������____?��������� I have secured  thc services ol W. Kault, a  lust class baker from the cast.  Flour bought in carload lots.  Free Delivery,���������Prompt Service.  Victoria Road East, Revelstoke.  Large and Well Lighted  Sample Rooms   Heated by Hot Air and Klcctrio  Hells and Light in every room  Free Bus Roots All Trains  Iteasonable Hates    After September 1st, a well furnished large  Apply at the  room; central location.   (Until)  Hekald ollice.  Triple Strength  Large Bottles  25 Cents.  iLemon .  -  Vanilla  ,"' ���������  Pineapple  Banana  Pear    . *   ���������  Orange',.  Cochineal Coloring, Etc.   SOLD hy   FIELD & BEWS  Druggists and Stationers.  Presentation and Address.  A nuinber of the Methodist choir  were at the station to bid farewell to  Mrs. F. Barnard on Mondav night and  on behalf of the choir Mr. Barber presented Mrs. Barnard with a very  handsome watch chain and the following address:  To Mrs. F. Barnard:  Dear Friend:���������.We. the members of  the choir of the Methodist church.  Revelstoke, having learned of your  intended departure from the city,  take this method of expressing to you  our extreme regret at your leaving  and at the same time* our sincere  appreciation of your valued and faithful assistance in the service of song.  Accept this chain as a slight momento  of our regard for you and he assured  that we sh-ill'not forget you and that  we wish for yon and yours continued  happiness and prosperity.  Signed on behalf of your fellow  workers,  Guy Barber,  Choir Master.  Business Notes.  Ladies' felt sailors, just being opened  up at Bourne Bros.  ���������Ladies' felt, walking hats, newe.-t  styles, just opened at Bonnie Bro?.  ���������Photo views of Revel-toke can lie  had at the Canada Drug & Book Co.  ���������Watch for all the latest, books at  the Canada Drug fc Book Co., Revel-toke Station, B. C.  ���������A full linn of ladies' flannpllette  underwear and lilou<-e������. a new stock  just opened at Bourne Bros.  ���������A new f-hipment of fancy writing  papers and envelopes direct from  Glasgow at the faniid.-i, Drug & Book  Co., Revelstoke Station.  o  Salvagi-: Sat.k���������Friday mornlntr.���������  Bourne Bros, will commence a clearing  sale of a consignment of flannelettes,  flannels, sheetings, eider down flannelettes, sateens, table liniien". fir..  which unfortunately were, slightly  damacred by water in transit. The  only redeeming feature about, it is that  we secured onr own price from the  tiianiifacnrers and so we will be able  to give our customers the advantage.  On Friday morning, remember, the  whole lot will be put on exhibition  and marked in plain figures. Don't  fail to take advantage of this opportunity. Come and see thc goods anyway and note the prices.  A CHRISTENING.  Marion Alice christened Trinity Funday.   Fell  asleep In Jesus 13th Sunday after Trinity.  Into  the  little   chureh  streamed richly,  thc    morning    sun  Filling with a soft radiance the sacred place;  A tlny;sunbcam through  the chancel window-  Fell on our darling's sweet uplifted face.  The wee lips parted, and the baby fingers  Were folded as in prayer.   Wc present felt.  Although unseen, a heavenly form beside us  As at Ills Altar.fervently we knelt.  The unseen Christ with holy benediction  :  Had placed His seal upon our darling's brow.  And   at  His  gentle  whisper   " Suffer   Little  Children,"  She is rejoicing in His presence now.  IMS. Steele,  Kcvclstokc, August 28th, 1800.  w   FIRE INSURANCE^*  ������ AU classes of insurable covered  XX at fair and equitable rates.  I   LIFE INSURANCE^  ��������� c Policies��������� non-forfeitable,   guar-  *i nnteed value*-, cash loan values.  51 throughout the history of the  I   MONEY TO LOAN/,  '^1 on good business or residential  ���������Q property.  I Sei.   FAYETTE BUKER,  ���������������  r^_^.-<c^-__S^������SS5^SSgggf2S2yS2l  A Short  Tricil will convince you  A long teat will enthuse you.  Try ���������������������yc people -who are ������drk and weary of  "hanfi-mc;Hlijvn " clothes. Why? JJeoause  x.e can FIT you at price*-, quality considered,  which are by far the cheapest in chelontj run.  It ha������ heen said that It takes a rich man to  draw h cherlc, a horse to draw a cart, a prelty  Kirl to draw atlention, a toper to draw a cork,  a frcr- lun< h *<> draw a crowd, and cond clothes  to command dignity, wear and-satisfaction.���������  R.S. Wilson,  Jlri'-riiA-NT Tailop,  ^++-l-M"f-l-l-M"M"t"H"M"i-l-H"l������H"I-  _. .4.  X  I Rcpairin  - Watches 1  NOTICE.   ,  Application for Timber License  c ��������� '  Notice is hereby given that tliirtv davs after  dale I Intend applying lo the Chief Commissioner (if Lands and Works for a license to cut  and carry away timber from the following  dc-cribed lands situated on Lardeau creek,  near the town of Ferguson, district of West  Kootenay. Commencing at a post planted at  the southwest corner of the townsite of Ferguson on the south or left bunk of Luideau crock  thence running south stl chains, thence east  l*".-> chains, tlience north CU chains, thence  west 125 chains tn point of commencement,  containing lDOO acres more or less.  ANPIIEW FERGUSON.  Ferguson, B.C., August 18, 181)9.  MINERAL ACT 1806.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Waveklev" Mineral claim situate on the  Itevelstoke Division of West Kootenay.  Where located:   Downie Creek.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Thomas Graham, as  Agent for the Waverlev Mine Liinited,(foreign)  Free Miner's Certificate Nc. B. 12211, intend  ������ixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice thnt action under  section ������7 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilieate of Improvements.  Dated this loth day of August, 1899.  THOMAS GRAHAM. '  NOTICE.  -"--Tako notice thatiiO days"aftor-(late~I"In'tend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and   Works   for   permission   to purchace  IliO  acres  of  land   situate   In the West Kootenav  District and on the Lardeau Klvor and marked  out   and   described    as    follows:    Beginning  at DRve Ferguson's North  East Corner which  post   is   marked   " .1. J. Young's North  Wc-t  Corner" ; thence south 40 chains, thence oast  -10 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence wes  -10 chains to thc point of commencement.  J.J. YOUNG,  August Ith, 1899. by his agent  62-80 W. B. Pool.  Miss Steele ���������>  Teacher of Music, Latin, French, Pencil  Drawing, Landscape and Figure in black Hud  colored crayons, Oil and Water Color on canvass, silk, satin, etc. Evening classes ln English - branches and mathematics. Studio,  Smith block.  FROMEY & CLAIR,  .... Contractors ....  BRICK, STONE and PLASTERING,  EXCAVATING, SEWliRAGE,  STREET GRADING.  Contracts Taken.  Security given as called for.  Material furnished jf necessary  JOHN V. PERKS, Proprietor.   .  ' Night  Grill Room in Connection for the Convenience of Guests  .  Arriving and Departing by Night Trains.  Between Holel a������d station. .^ [^(������.^. dfl^������!^������,  !o(go  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED. ROBINSON, at the saw mill  office. He will deliver at $2.25 a cord  in short lengths. $1.50 a cord to those  who do their own hauling.  ���������n^i^^PiWoi^n^o^WpihSl^Wp^sk  1599  .PROVINCIAL.  1599  -EXHIBITION-  UNDER THE AUSPICES  OF THE   Royal  Agricultural and < Industrial  Society of British Columbia  , WILL BE HELD AT  New Westminster ,B. C  OCTOBER 3,4,5 ���������b 6  $15,000  IN PRIZES  OPEN Te THE WORLD  A ROHNB 2F PL>EASfcIRE FQR F0&R WHOLE BAYS  +  t  +  -������< That's oi:r Specialty.    We also carry a  JA line of Watches, Silverware. Gold and  ������������������������ Silver Novelties; all kinds of Jewelry.  ! KM. ALLUM,  j* The Leading  2| Watchmaker and Jeweler.  _������. First Street, next door to Hkralo office.  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING ?  Smokers  EMPORIUM  A choice line of fresh Tobaccos just  leceived;   ihe   finest   in   the  city.  Books and Stationery  A   Rfiod   a^ortment    at    moderate  prices. I>cop In and sec for yourself.  Chas. J. Aman, Tobacconist.  Lest We Forget  SPORTSMEN I The shooting season being  close at hand Haiiiiy XV. Kuwaiiim begs to  thank hii patrons for past favors, and also  respectfully cull the attention of the public far and near to his.business advertisement.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads,   liirils, Animal", Etc.,  preserved  ��������� ' and mounted.  THIRD HTRKKT, EAST OF SCHOOLHOUSE.  CRAGE &  MAYNE  Notaries Public  and Conveyancers  Auctioners  *and Valuators  Sole Agents for the Smelter Townsite of Kevelstoke, B. C.  FIRE, LIFE   AND    ACCIDENT   ASSURANCE  Horse Races  Aquatics  Baseball  Bicycle Races  Ghampionship  Lacrosse/-*  Gymkhana  Naval and Military  Sports.^"���������*  Band Tournament  i!  Football  MAGNIFICENT ILI_afflINATieN  Grand Concert each evening.  Special attraction at the New Westminster Opera House,  Monster  excursions from  all points at greatly reduced  prices.  For special features see small bills.  No entrance fee charged for exhibits.  EXECUTIVE :���������His Worship Mavor Ovens ; T.J. Trapp; W. J. Mathers; Geo,  D. Brymner;   R. F. Anderson; Aid. J. F. Scott; Aid. M. Sinclair.  For Prize Lists, Entry Forms, and full particulars, -write to  ARTHUR MALINS,  Secretary. o  E. S. TRAPP,- President. WV H. KEARY,- Commissioner;-  Vi  v  Is

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