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Array \.  \f /L^v./ \s   '-- - ��������� -���������-���������\  /  \\  f- ,*?  /  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOE-A-WBBK-WBD1TESDAYS   ^USTID   SJ^TTJI^3D^.irS-  Vol. Hi.    No. 61.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  1 GREAT DEPARTMENTAL STORE  SSXsiSXKsXSSXSe^^  OUR  FIELD  Our business, is steadily  increasing. Our stocks are  larger than ever. We buv  in ear loud 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 railway transportation by competitive  companies i������ now a ' certainty. And we are well  prepared to, supply miners'-  and prospectors' complete  outfits.  Have You  Made Up  -Your Mindji --u  what you * .would-7like'- for  your new suit? No matter,  what 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-  ne_ s ns well as in fashion,  material and making. We  have been appointed sole  agents for the "Slater Shoe"  but have plenty other makes  and styles* for any preferring them.  About   Prices  When   we   sell   you   an  article  at $1  it's worth SI;  straight   business   methods  at thiso store.    Our business"  is to 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  as we can.    We  want your  trade, and we are making it  worth your while to trade  with us,    This you know or  will know.    Allbranchesof  our business are to be  kept  right up to  the times and  the prices kept down.  If You Can't  Call oh Us ���������'  we will call on you���������just let  us hear from you, .Our advertisements are plain facts  plainly stated. We invite  investigation u of them in  any manner.  C.B.HUME&C0.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke,  !|Midsummer and Holiday Suggestions!  Amid the numerous claims of the Big Store's merchandise for  recognition, Summer Goods stand out pre-eminently above  all others. Every department is showing what is best and  fittest for summer wear; tliis slore never held a better stock  of summer beauty. Riches behind riches, fresh and beautiful  as a summer sunrise, exquisite beyond all words'of pencil or  paint. Cool! yes to the ideal counterpart of the proverbial  cucumber. Fashionable, beyond doubt, the realization of perfect taste, in the light and fluffy things that go to make  summer heat bearable. '. Prices I well, they bring cheerful,  pleased crowds of people who buy and "are satisfied. Let us  run the gauntlet of these hot weather needs." Read carefully \\  this special list of " good values." Try and do your shopping  in^the morning.  B.C  ON THE EVE OF A BOOM  Development  and   Preparation  for Shipping.  Pique Shirt Waists  White Pique Shirt, Waists are the ideal garments for  summer wear, You'll tie enriched with a look at  these dainties. Ladies' White Pique Shirt Waists  beautifully made, cool and comforting cut, full pouch  front, yoke back, self collar and cuffs, special ntting,  Special price $l.2ti.  Laaies' Colored Pique Shirt Waists, in checks and  fancy patterns, full fronts und plaited backs from  yoke, self collar and cuffs, Special $1.00,  Fancy Sailor Hats  The pith of the story about these hats is that the hat  buver secured the entire lot nf these the maker had.  Laclies* English White Sailor Hats, extra quality,  made in the latest fashion, smart, stylish and light  trimmed, with pretty silk hands. The gist.of this  hat. bargain is that it is the same price wholesale as  the Big Store's reatail price,  namely $1.00."  Summer Wash Fabrics  From -8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday ' every available  space will be crowded with happy and enthusiastic  shoppers. In Summer Wash Goods we are doing,  the biggest business this season. -��������� Cottons- vie with-  Silks ui the great'race, for suprein'U'>*.-.-_-;The'Vii8thess  of our stock in these lines-and the littleness of our  prices are hard to realize jn Revelstoke. Come and,  see them and compare prices.  New Prices  Fabrics  on Wash  Nut one piece marked at its actual or accepted ��������� market value. But they must gu, even ao this sacrifice.  New Washing Prints,  fast [and newest patterns, at  this special sale, only' '���������" 10c.  New English Prints, pretty designs. 30 inches wide,  special ,��������� 1-������-  New White Piques, stylish cord, fine goods. 30 inches  wide, clearing ont at  Vic.  New White Duck, newest weave, 30 inches wide, for  a few days only .��������� l^c.  New   Swiss   Dotted Muslins,   with  woven   dots, at  this special hot weather sale 15c.  New American Dimity Muslins, of exquisite richness,  this special sale only 15c.  New-Dress Ginghams,  fast dye, exquisite patterns.  reliable goods I"1'"  New Dimity Dress Mualius, in handsome checked  patterns ���������  Bath Towels Clearing  There never was a more opportune time for house  keepers to replenish their supply of Towels. The  values of to-day will 'lie a thing of tlie past to-morrow.   Come, while they last. .'  Fancy Bath Towels. 20x40 inches,  each 25c.  Special Quality Bath Towels, 21x54 inches, extra fine  quality, each .'   Pure   Linen   Bath   Towels, extra  large size,  inches, special,  each .'   BATHING TRUNKS, all sizes, each   Men's Summer  Underwear  . Don't make any mistakeabout it. There's a spell of  good hot, weather ahead of you. Now and then we  get a'gentle reminder of it Better be ready with  plenty of cool light weight underwear. We have an'  ideal collection, from 35 cents a piece to t hose elegant  garments at $2.50. Between these prices there's  ample variety,to'please every buyer. .-  Men's Fine Thread Balhriggan Underwear, shirts and  drawers. French neck, sizes 34 to 44, each at 60c.-  Men's Fine Bulbriggan   Underwear. s.hii_s and draw- ,  -'crt, ��������� iVverlnekeil���������seimm. ^French "neck,.,  warranted.  "���������double thread?sizes 34 to 44, each at '.*.".''���������.. ...'.75c  Men's Fine'Merino Underwear, shirts and drawers;  silk fared.'pearl buttons, overlocked seams, French  neck, light summer weights, all sizes, each at? . .$1.50  Ladies' Kid Gloves at  .25 ; I  81  .15c.  Summer ^Dress^ Goods  and Silks-���������  ,,,  There is _ fascination for every lady in the beauty  and low prices of these dainty Summer Dress Goods  and the enthusiasm for us iu in the increasing volume  of sales. Commencing on Thursday morning we  will inaugurate a tremendous sale of Summer novelties ut iiiiinatchable prices.  China Matting  These Mattings make a comfortable and healthful  floor covering. The Big Slore ie showing a specially  lurge assortment, of China and Japan Mattings.  5 pieces China Matting, in excellent patterns 25c.  5 pieces Japanese Matting in every quaint style thats  mad, special price 35c.  I Hosiery for Thursday  Almost time you'd think to stop our talk about  Hosiery. Can't help it. so long as we have the good  values and you nre interested enough to come afl������"r  theni. There should be a brisk demand foe these at  tliis special sale.  Misses, and Boys' Ribbed Fine Black Cotton' Hose,  warranted fust black, doodle sole heel and  toe, sizes  5 to 8i. regular price 45 tents a pair, this sale 25c.  Ladies' Extra Fine Black Cotton Hose, Hennsdorf  Dye, high   spliced ankle, double sole, full fashioned,  all sizes,  very special at _. 15c.  Ladies' Plain Black Cashmore. 'seamless fool, full  fashioned, high spliced ankle," extra Hue soft finish,  suitable weight for warm weather, tegular price _50  cents per pair, special 25c.  Were $1.50 and $1.65.  Ladies Fine French Kid Gloves, Close patent/Thumb  Glove, the perfection of fit and elegance and comfort,  3 strand embroidery and welts Tto mutch, 2 Dome  fasteneis, sizes 54 to7$, regular $1.50 and $1.05. this  week's price $1.25.  250 yds. of Veilings  Silk tulle and lish net. chenille spot, regular prices of  these goods 25c. and 30c. sale  price 20c.  82. for a Ladies' 82.75  Umbrella _���������._..  Ladies'24 inch Umbrella filled with paragon  frames,  -"natural-wiiod-and-a'good���������varii'ty-oi-if a ney-^handles.'i-������  regular price $2.75, special  $2.03.  Ladies' PuftTies  3 Dozen Ladies' Satin Puff Ties, In' Blue. Cream and  ctrdinal. These ties are made .from a fine quality of  satin,    Regular 75c. and 85c, on sale at SOc.  Men's   Silk and Satin J  Ties at 25 cents  5 Dozen Gents'Silk and Satin Neckwear in stripes,  checks and fancy patterns, made up in four nnd hand.  Bt rings, hands, bows and knots, all silk lined and  well finished. These are odd lines, we are selling  them now ut 50c. and 75c.. to clear al. 25c.  HUNDREDS OF MEN AT WORK  Progress on the John' L,' Annie F, Geo.  Dewey,   Nettie   L.   Mogul,   Monitor.  Happeranda, Silver   Belt,  Silver Cup,  Lost   Horse.   Great   Divide  and   the  Sunshine.���������The Railway Race.  (Trout Luke Topic.)  A strike of 10 inches of solid galena  ore was made recently on the Dandy,  a claim located on the south fork of  Liirdeau creek. Messrs. Humbly Ui-gau  and Campbell are the locators of this  property. A line sample of I he surface  ore has 'been left at the Topic office.  It will run high in silver, lead and  conpeii.  Walter Phelan and J. C. Lynch have  struck a splendid body of ore on the  John L. and Annie F. claim on Lynch  cieek, a tributary of Tenderfoot. The  lead which is 10 feet wide, crosses the  two claims, and contains ore which  runs, from an assay made on Thursday, $24 gold and 46 ozs. silver to the  toii. This strike is one of|the best  made in the district and lively times  in the tenderfoot section |may be expected.  G. W. Caruthers is busily engaged  doing work on the Geo. Dewey a claim  adjoining the Klondike gioup on Murray creek. Some veiy nice ore has  heen exposed on the surface at this  property and it is expected that development operations willshow up a good  body of mineral.  On the Nettie L. work in the long  crosscut has been pushed for over 200  feet. The character of the .ground is  such as to make it excellent driving  and if the rock does not change it will  he possible for the tunnel to reach the  lead before the 1st of October next.  The men have heen working ou the  contract for about five weeks.  Messrs. Bird and Haner are busily  engaged at the Ethel sorting ore preparatory to making a shipment. Some  very fine samples of ore were brought  down on Tuesday last by assayer  Shannon for testing purposes.  A great deal of work is being done  on Five Mile creek this season among  those receiving attention aie "the Mogul. Monitor and Happeranda.  '���������- The Silver Belt people are making  good progress with tlie work on their  pioperty. every shot confirming',the  report df the engineer on the value of  the mines.' *- '  '. At no time in'the history of the Cup  has there been such ore as is being  exposed at present. The' value of the  Ore.ivill run-t.o four figures. ,. v ��������� *- -  -Mr.'.Zeigle.* of the Silver Tip. Mining  Co.. made a.trip to the Black Diamond  yesterday a great deal of work will be  done on this property this season.  .Messrs Kirkpiitrick and Lundy are  putting np a cabin on the Little Robert  and when this is finished a plan of development involving the driving of  over 400 feet of "tunnel will be commenced. "   .  Harry Carter and Lew Thompson  are engaged doing work on a property  owned by J. Symonds on the North  Fork.  A strike of two. feet of carbonates  and galena was made by Messrs Carter  uod.Thompson on the North'1 Fork.  This is a new find and the samples  brought down are from the croppings.  Jack Neslrit is stoping in the Sunshine tnnnel and the lend "where he is  working is looking better than ever.  Ore is being made very rapidly and it  will not be long .before a. larere shipment is readyfor the smelter. Twenty  five men are working on the Cup.  O. lb Hoar has finished the trail to  the Empire j?ronp and will commence  right away on a system of development  of this property. It will be remembered  that .this mine 'was purchased this  soring by an English syndicats for  $30,000. '  G. E. Townsetid went up on Thurs-  dii.y-to-the.=Lost-Horse-ancl.Great_Div_.  ide two properties owned hy the Castle  Mining Co., a tunnel 75 feet in length  is being driven on this group.  Special   Meeting of the   City   Council.  At a special meeting of the city  council held on Tuesday night, the  report of the public works committee  was adopted appropriating $200 for  grading on Douglas stieet hill and  Kootenay street, and recommending  that $19.75 be paid to H. N. Coursier  on account of the cemetery and that  the city solicitor be instructed to make  the transfer of the cemetery property  from the trustees to the corporation.  This constituted the only business  done during the evening outside of  the interesting ceremony of the mayor  signing cheques, which by legiiliition  has to be done in the presence of a full  quorum of tbe council.  A complete report of tho city council's meeting last "vening is unavoidably held over till next issue. All the  aldermen were present. There was a  hot squabble over lhe rescinding of  the frontage tax so far as the trunk  sidewalk was concerned. The motion  was carried by 4 to 2. Aids. Crage.  Brown, McKechnie and Wells voting  for it, Aids. Graham and Kilpatrick  against. The inayoralso voted. There  was a hard three hours session, a full  report of which will appear in Wednesday's issue with comment thereon.  GREAT MINING ACTIVITY  Ferguson Promises to Become  A Lively Camp.  IT WILL HAVE TWO RAILWAYS  The K. & S. are   Grading on thc   First  Seventeen   Miles.���������Contract   for   the.  Balance to be Let at  Once.���������A   Kick  on the Telephone   Line.���������New Stage  Line.���������Descriptive Items.  Men's 812 and 815  Suits at $10.  25 only���������Men's Fine Imported Tweed Suits, single  breasted sacque, warranteed fast colors, fine farmers  satin linings, perfect in fit and finish, while they last  at only 910.  Boys' 82. 2-piece Suits |:  Cut down to 8125       , |  15 onlv���������Boys' 2-piece Suits, in tweed and well made,  regular $2.00, while they last $1.25.  Capt. Troup's Letter.  Gko. S. McCarter, Esq..  Chairman Board of Trade Com.  Revelstoke, B. C.  Sin: With further refeieuce lo your  letter of June 14th. I beg to say that  in discussing the matter of the navigability of the river above Revelstoke  with Capt. Gore and Capt. Forslund,  we came to the conclusion that, inasmuch as none of ns had seen the river  at extreme high water, it would be  necessary to examiue it at that stage  in order to make a report to you  which would be of any value. Capt.  Gore made  the  trip  last  week   tn  a  Soint some little distance above the  fine Mile Riffle and finds that riffle  bad at high water, but still navigable  wilh a good-hoat and by the exercising of pt oper skill and judgment.  There is, however, a bend in the river  about one mile above the canyon  wliich develops into a very dangerous  place at the extreme high stage of  water. This was entirely unexpected  as ut a medium and low stage it does  not give any t.ioublu.  The Canyon itself is not practicable  at all for a boat going np stream at the  higher stages of water.  From the Nine Mile Riffle up, while  there are some troublesome places in.  low water, there is so ' much room  between the banks and so many  stretches of the river with low gravel  bars and'islands, thus giyingthe water  ample, relief at the flood-stage, that, we  feel confident there would'.be no difficulty whatever between the Nine Mile  Rime and- La ,-Porte at the higher  stages of Twater. Thei;e are. riffles  below La -Porte on which there was  only tHree-'feet oflwater" on May'Gtlij  1S9S, and probably the water would be  back to the same stage along in September or Oct ober each" year.  To sum up we would give it as our  opinion that if yon desire continuous  and uninterrupted* communication  hetween'Revelstoke and La Porte by  t.he river from say May 1st to October  1st, it would be necessary, for you to  build a wagon road or have other  means of communication by land from  Revelstoke to a point above Nine Mile  Riffle. .With a boat built especially  adapted to the business she could run  probably during the months, of May,  August "and September, thiough from  Revelstoke to La Porte; during June  and July there would be times when  she could run probably- during the  most- of this time she would be (om-  pelled to stop at the Nine Mile Riffle,  or at least above that bad place alluded  to'about one mile from tbe canyon."  By having an extremely light draft  boatfit is possible that trips could be  made in October and during some  seasons in November and possibly  during the last week ih April. This  would be the limit of the season .<7f  navigation on that portion of the  river. Tlie river is so rapid tliat light  loads would he the. tho rule going , up  stream,   but-good   cargoes   could   be  brought_dgwn_stU'"rii.^ ._. ^     .   _____  Trusting this brief report wilP'be of  service to you.  I remain,  Yours very trnlv.  J. W. Troup.  FROM THOMSON'S LANDING  Items of Mining and Personal Interest  from the Gateway Town.  Thomson's Landing, August 2.���������  The little steamer Empress, owned by  B. A. Drew, came in yesterday with a  small scow loaded with flour and other  freight.  There are quite a number of miners,  prospectors and experts coming in  now tm the snow is all'' gone off' the  mountains.  ' Napoleon Wells has been stopping  at the Pioneer hotel for tho past two  weeks. Ue madu ii trip up to Fish  creek to look at some of the mines,  among them the Mohawk, Blnck Bear,  and Moscow. He was well pleased  with the ore and predicts a great  future for the Fish creek. Pool creek,  and Mohawk creek properties. He  lelt nn Friday for Rossland, but wil!  ret'irn in a few days.  Mr. Seagram, mining- expert, has  been stopping nt the Pioneer hotel.  Be has been negotiating for some  mining property on the North Fork.  A. E. Bennett and Hon. G. E.  Vernon weie guests at the Pioneer and  left on Friday for Rossland. They  have been looking over the Silver Cup  and some adjoining properties.  W. M. Drayton, general agent for  the K. & S. railway, came in yesterday,  J. D. Sibbald. ex-gold commissioner,  his wife and two children, registered  at the Prospector's Exchange about  the 23rd. Air, Sibbald look a business  trip up to the Glengarry mine and his  wife  of  \nWf44f44HHf44MHHHHHM4Hf4M*  ^44*4*e*+4r'e4r***������<r#*<4*<w&&***'*****************,f0****  e stooped at the Landing.  J. M. Green lert yesterday to resume  his duties on the main line of thc C.  P. R. after having taken a month's  vacation.  Miss Mary McDowell, sister of Mrs.  T. W. Grahame, has been visiting here  for a month. Shu leaves tomorrow  for Port Hammond, where sho is  teaching school.  Freighters are still busy hauling  freight between here. Trout Lake and  Ferguson and report the roads in  good condition.  Craig & Hillman are. making their  regular daily trips to Trout Lake witb  the passenger stage.  High Living in the Rockies.'  Game dinners the rich young men  tbe Alfred Vanderbilt party of  globe-trotters would have when they  struck the Canadiau Rocky mountains  and game galore from mountain,  forest and stream was furnished the  merrv, voting univ.isity graduates  now fairfy started on their two years'  trip through the hemispheres of the  east and west.  " The traveller"! reached the Selkirk  range of mountains Tuesday, uud  early this afternoon their private New  York Central car, al'uched to the  Canadian Pacific railway's Imperial  Limited overland, was side-tracked  within twenty minutes' walk of the  base of the great glacier of the Sei-  kirks. While the distinguished scions  of wealthy papas were escorled by  Swi?s guides lo the glacier, with its  yawning crevasses, huntoi-s. who had  been apprised of tlieir coming when  tliey were yet far onl. on the stock-  dotted plains of the Canadian West-  loaded the ice chests of the car with  victims of rod and gun. Tliey had  telegraphed ahead for trout from  glacial streams, and bear and other  game from the limitless forests of the  mountainside, fur these young men  are going afler game in India and  other old world parts, und had deeid'id  lo cultivate a fast** in advince.  " Young Vanderbilt and Douglas  Cochrane bad the most I bribing experience of the party, while traversing  ,i section of the glacier. They had  experienced torrid weather in the east  and permitted, the Alpine guides to  lower them into enc of the minrr  crevasses. Withthe aid of ropes they  descended 85 feet into the icy gorge  and received .a cooling off which  Vanderbilt hoped would stay with  him while touring India.  " The trip thus tar through the,  Rockies has been a revelation to these  lively voting men. In Ihe party are  included Alfred Vanderbilt, son of  Cornelius Vanderbilt, who arranged  the trip some time ago. and Messrs.  Douglas Cochrane, Ernest Iselin and  W. P. Burden. Mr. Iselin is from  Columbia university. Mr. Vanderbilt  from Yale, and Messrs. Bunlen and  Cochrane from Harvatd."  Ferguson. B. C. August 4.���������Ferguson is ihe gateway to the mining  camps of both the south and north  forks of lhe Lardean river, to Ten  .Mile on the soulli with the Silvor Cup  and several good shipping mines en  route, and to Circle City cm the north  with at least 2u shipping mines in the  vicinity. .  -  The _Kaslo, Lardeau & Duncan railway have surveyed iheir road intcn  Ferguson with the idea, of.not oiily-  makiugita divisional but also a ter-.  minal point for both sections: in fact,-  Ferguson is the turntable and platform from which all railroads, wugon-  roads and tr.ils must start.for the  mines on both branches of -the river,-  and also the nearest point to reach t.he-  wi-st fork of the Duncan river, where-  several properties are showing up  good. - ���������        .-   .  . -  The C. P. R. haye a survey runniug  into Ferguson. . . -���������    .-  When two .railroads .are .coming,  into a country like this it means  business.       , ���������        ������������������ ���������      ���������",..      . i  Good business lots can now be had in  Ferguson for-S150 to $250, one. third ,  cash, balance in three nnd six months. -  Ferguson has,a sawmill, three, gen-,  eral stores,.assay office.1 three hotels. -  two livery stables, great water -power  for a smelter and good brick clay.  Visitors to the   Lai dean  and  Trout-  Lake district of North  Kootenay re--  port not only great, activity in mining-  matters, .but coining signs  of future  prosperity,     c .    . > "...  This district has attracted the attention of the prospector, the developer  and the capitalist hy the high grade of-  its ores, with tbe result t hat there aro-  now mines in- the position to be large-  shippers,-as soon as means of transportation are provided, which will not be  long now.     '������������������. -     -���������-" !     - ���������   ���������  This district.is eminently suited for.  a flourishing mining centre. There'is-  abundance of water power, fine timber*  for milling ourposes. ,-<and ranching  laud for providing supplies. ;  The fact that: two railway  corpor---  ations, the C.P.R. and K. & S.-are now-   *  constructing*, lines, so -as   to   tap. the  wealth of this region, indicates that it-  is at oountt-y that can compete with the.  most favored portions of out- province. .  -.Trout Like nnd-Fergusoii ;������i_-;pi__������-;.,  ently-"reached bystuge'froiii"Thoti'i"sons-"r  Landing, but this month  will 'set' aii-",--,  other stage in competition fi-om'Coma-   '  plix. -     i  -   - '  ���������-   Between  Thomson's   Landing   and- .  Ferguson the-ranchers are-apparent-.:-  ly. doing  well.-'-Some of  them  have-  magnificent" crops   of   hay."-and   the.  quality, and quantity  of their  roots,.  such as potatoes, carrots and turnips, -  would be'h-ird   to  beat.<.The district  also seems to excel-in lhe- blossomings y  of its wild flowers and the'profusiou of  its lierries.    ... '.���������   ��������� ' ,���������-���������     ���������       -   -  Vast quantities of supplies are *coni- -  ing in. ��������� possibly uot for the railway.  construction, but to provide for.th'e-  current necessities of the hotels, restaurants and boarding houses. - .. ,  Communication with " the outside,  world is by*:a by-weekly stage and a-."  telephone, the wire of which is asourcc--  of menace to the life and limb of ���������  every traveller.lhat passes along the. ���������  road between the Landing and the  cities of Ferguson and Trout Lake.,  The wire, instead of being strung-,  along one side of the road,  as to givo.  security   to  the . passing   traveller  is.  zig-zagged from one side of the road,  to the other as to create the  greatest    ,  possible amount of-danger.  Three   times   the    writer'  of.   this  paraeraph narrowly escaped-..the, risk ���������  of- dec.! pita tionr��������� baviiig���������to=-irsloop-"-  under it a  number  of times.   Twice-;  the   wire  caught*-him,   hut .without.-  much injury.    What would h'aye.been ���������*  the   le-ult hud he .been- orfHorsebuck ������������������'  without a friend to warn  hinl  ofthn'-  coming danger.   ."'"- ������������������';���������" :     '  Great responsibility hoth- civil and  criminal   is  now,-, being  incurred ..by ;  those who own -this wire,  as -in -its  present-   position   it  is' dangerous to ���������  those who travel   by  that  road.    Tho'  wiie is a boon to many, but it should  have heen erected, and can-he clone so. -  without risks to the* few.   The como/'  uninication   would    be    considerably'  improved if the wire was resting.  SAD DROWNS ACCIDENT  .*- . ���������- ���������       ��������� * -'.,.  Arrowhead the Scene  of  Still Another  Watery Grave.  ARUttWHEAn, Aug. 3.���������(Special 1���������At.  about 15 <..'clock to-day a young  man, ���������  a deck band on lbe.H. s.  Trail,   known ���������  as Frank Mills,   was  drowned off thn  boat 200 feet  from   the slip.    He was  seen   fulling  and everything, possible,  was done-lo  rescun the   poor  fellow,,  but he sank without even  coiliintr  up.  His body .was  found   scarcely, thirty *  minutes after, bnt trio late to reinstate  life.    Some papers found in his pockets   ,  indicated that his name  was  C.Mills. .  of .Newmarket. -Out.    He   was   of   a;  quiet   disposition' nnd  very   little  is.  known   of  bim  here.    He   would   be.  about 22 years of-age and  had  been  working on   the s.s. Trail for  something like two months.  . . -*         *   .1  D. McClennan of the Windsor -hotel, '-  Trotit Lake, was in town on Wednes- .  dav.   Just  befoie  he left  for .Revelstoke.   Chief Doucet of  the  C. P. li.  survey    party   and  McVeigh  of the.  firm of Poupore & McVeigh, who have  the contract for the first- 40 miles from .  Duncan City north, went down from ���������  Tront Lake City over the location of  the line ftom, that point south.  Mrs. Atkinson, who spent last year ���������  in Revelstoke, and is now visiting her  brother, ��������� Mr.   H. M. Bnck,  Buck,    in  Burlington, U.S.A., received word on ���������  Tuesday   last  of    the  dpath   of  her  husband,   Capt.   Wm.    Atkinson,   in  Chittagong. East India,   Capt. Atkin- .  son met   with a' severe accident  and i  underwent an operation  from  which ,  he never recovered, and died on   ths  18th of May. ���������fl.  m  Revelstoke  Herald  Published in Interests o  ncve"������-ok_>.    UirAr-nn. Bie Bit.'. Trnm Li_.ii-  IlliciUewaet, Albert Canyon,.J or-it-jii  l-"h_������������ _iu iWK.C J..BB l.'lulllotH.  JOHNS ON  ...Fcoppleto:'  '. .SciiiI-Wt-j^I)' Jo-itnul. pnWIshcd In the  isiliTfr.it: "I lle.eisio-e.iui"! tii������ nurrouiuli-il  ,-������ini _, Wtrim-^mi- imo ftiminuijs, mukint;  .icsest c-omu.i_iui.si witn ������U l;''"'*:.   ���������, .��������� ���������������������������  Advertising llalfi.": I'ii-iiIR}- ads, 8i.nO per  cotumu 1..CH. -Jil . p. f i "CU v- h������iim-teritdnii .mc  p_xe- Le.al ���������*������������. Uo ;. t (.iiM.iwrui'l bna for  are. in������.'ril..n : So for .-_.-1. au(lilii.uftli..i_!rtiou.  .Heading notice., ISc por line cavil ls.-i.e. 111 /_,  *Brri_K-._nnlieaiIiuuu������e������..fri'c.        ��������� --  Mubscripriun K_t������is:   Iiy mini "' ' "-;���������"��������� ,*- |?  ___    _r. .  -, .,= .,- .,������- ._,..._)',..., strii-iii   in  1-er annum :   $l.'-5 tor .".ix  scvance.  v.ur  ,.ob   l������..'L..rlmi-n.'���������'  Ix |M.r"iiicnl. "... om'  of  ���������3111;  HiiUAi.i' Job  tin-    r.cat  .u^niiiped  nil ii pre-  ortirs pnJiiipt'i- (minded to.   -ive ub a trial  CnT_������n",������������S~nu-: We Inv. co.TCSpond  ei.ee on An>^ub.ii-ot ot inur-si -o tbo m-ncral  DUbnc"and d.������ire_ relisbl. regular cones-  Co_d.it iu- everv locuu ���������-burroundinK  K?ve1otoU. In slices lhe borm lid* nimie  ? uie wri'.ir munaixoitivany mamiuiript. but  1 01 r.i ce.-uiliy t'T-."il".���������'���������������������������'"��������������� ���������  Adore*.' v.l .-ni.-.inunicatloas  REVELSTOKEHERALD  'NOTICE TO.CQfiRESPaSDSfiTS.-  be    li-Ribly  the terms we offer you.     it' you agree  to   take   treaty,   every   one   this   year  sets a  present of  $12.      A  family  of  live,  man,  wife,  und threo     children,  will get $00.        A family of eight $!Hi.  !After   this   yenr   und   tor   every year  j government;  that is, you might select  U^TnlGT I hmds that might .Interfere with rights  or  hinds of settlers.  The government   _ ������������������!._iust  be sure  tho   haul  you  select  is  ��������� .',..',        l'n   lhe right place.      Then  again,  us  Clever SnecchcS'to   I'ftC Natives j some of you 'mny want to sow  grain  or potatoes the government will givo  IN  K0JUK������������K  By   Commissioners Laird  and "Jim" Ross  Father  Lacoinbc's  Advice  j     \j| . 91 ,'irii-ii..-.j    must  .vnu'ei.oti   o   ...ac.it in'Imi������.-<������������������'':���������  '.. Corre-V   iil.-t-cu      i-i...i.u.iiii.  in tit. r nun--   be i-iuiifil   _.in li..-> !>���������  ot tic writet.  thiee Iti-'.   "."-   a"i|KM".<~ >" ,.'"*''  tl.t rt" t be u'.r������e.' for pi. J} ";*���������������������������-"  lu-i-rir-Ufll  ;.vji luwiio  with 'ruturencc   to  uny  pi.'L-r  ihu  Lesser Slave Lake. Athabasca, .Inly  20 ��������� On the il-lth inslant the Indian'  mouth ot* the river Otta-Wa-Woo, and  treaty commissioners passed the  during the afternoon at 5 o'clock for  the first time we saw Pellican aud  Marti mountains." We camped'near  Muskey river: The days were getting very long. At 30:30 p.m. it was  still bright enough to rend outside  our-tents.: On the I5th instant a  parly ol" 20 .men-with a pilot named  Daniel Ferguson, who had been scut  by the Hudson's Bay company in  charge of our. transportation., met-us  at Hating creek. Our .-flotilla now consisted of four boats and at G:30 p.m  we were camped at  Lesser  Slave   bake.  you  ploughs nnd  harrows,  hoes,  etc.,  ito  enable   you   to   do  so,   and  -every  |sprlng will   furnish'you  with  provisions  to enable you  to work and  put  .  in  your crop.      Again,  if  you do not  i a ter Hal wish to sow grain, or raise caltlc, tho  government   will   furnish   you      with  some 'ammunition to hunt,  and twine  to catch   lish.     The government will  nlso   provide   schools   to   teach   your  children   to   rend   nud   write.'   and..do  oilier things  like      while    'men ���������and  their  children.      Schools  will "be-'established   when   there   is   a   siiilleiciit  number  of children.  The  government  will give the chiefs axes and tools to  make houses to live  in  and  bo comfortable.  .'���������'Indians hnve been told that if they  make a treaty lhey will not. lie allowed .to  hunt or  fish .the same as; they  do' now..'  This  is   not   tnic. Indians  who  lake  treaty will  be .iust as  free  to hunt and lish.nll over as they now  are,  but they must not ..molest,    settlors "i so doing.     In return for this  The  Island"  in i the  government  expects     .that      iiie  Owing to   eon- ��������� Indians  will   not  interfere    '.with ...or.  SCIENTIFIC CRAHKS  One ot the crazes of the clay is tho  ambition of medical men to .acquire  r.oiorietv. we do not say distinction,  bv pronouncing something hitherto  -darned-innocent- or innoxious to _iie.  'ethically-or physically dangerous. One  of these cranks warns us against keep-,  ing canarv birds, as these pretty creatures, ho says, propogate tuberculosis'. He might have--.added, v.-nh.  equal reasonableness? that the song  of a canarv  inspires    a    passion  for  V bur*.larv. Another of these ingeni-.  cus" persons has discovered thai t.*<  kissing is attributable, a large amount  y of disease, so he proposes.to...prohlolt  v; "this custom as sternly us itvwas by  "���������., the Blue Laws of New ...-England, be-.  ' i.ween husbands and wives, parents  :"  and  children   on    the -Sabbath   day.  V Another   has   tried ?:to. stop   smoking  v?//by. attributing  cancer  to   that  habit,  bin recent investigations have demons'..'  sirated that: many persons who never?.  :      smoked   a  pipe  or  cigar,    have  been'  artlicied with lhe identical form of can  - '��������� cerisaid to be caused by smoking. The.  ? latest, medical fad is a warning by .a  '-vBoston/doctor against "afternoon: teas,  /// as; instigators of?suicide,?as one cause  ?���������;':������������������"��������� of  insanity, Varid  as generally? demoi--  :'?-'���������':'������������������ cl ising. ������������������"'��������� Accord irig.y'to',A this?.: sapient  UU crank.: the? want  ofythis; agey is -'yi?  Cry-Tea"Prohibit!on society, aud'the'-.pass-?  ?   "king of a law making it a penal offence  ���������':;'.':'";^tb."'give.,'.'an'V..'aftern0oh';;tea'.'kVT.6.':-.-s.pme:  x ��������� i; this :function ;'is.?of: itself,:,a Vpuiiish- ,  .ySkment,; but'.it. musl have  some.'-ehai-th  rV-.yybr?.ity ,v.*ould:.;iiot ;-bp; kept;- up .as?; a:!  v.^ySpeietyvvcustOm;   ahdy withy.all kdefer-.  ,vy?^(mceVt6;:they.Bostonydoct3r,?we-i_^  v:?v;rega.rd=:aftei*nbon* teas? as;innocentV:6f  ?y;y;v,the?ch^ges>?yheibrihg^:;aga.iustvtbrai,:  ..'??,:',?f6r,?they.;are.?glveii andrattehdedVcoii-  t? ystaritlyv;by vtheybrightesty?sanesl'-"and,  ":g;y?-"EOSty;h^  ?:V;::iiext? :yThere?:is . aii??.opeuingyfoi-yaii^;  Vyff?;other; ci*ank??to?discovei-;evil: by seeitig  Uf itsyreflectioh.ithrownv-f rorii';; himself, v??  trary winds wo had to remain there j molest'the minor, traveller or settlor;  all the following day. "-"Fair wind" iwe expect you to be good friends with  was heard at-1 o'clock in tho morning';everyone and shake hands with nil  and soon after wo hoisted our sails jyou meet. If any whites molest you  and started. We had covered a dis- jin any way, shoot'your dogs or horses  lance of 50 miles on tho lake when a ior do you nny harm, you have only  terrible wind-and rain storm compell- to report the matter to the polico and  ed us to sail ashore. Afler great they will sec that .-justice", bo done to  difficulty   and   danger   we   landed   011 ly.oti.?.-..  the north shore of the lako where wc  camped. : The gale lasted all night  and all the following day. Our.boats--  men were terror stricken and admitted never having seen a worse storm  .in : their life.. During the- night we  were awakened by the alarm ;of the;  guides*who were calling for help  from the shorei The ropesrto which  our. boats were attached.���������_were,broken,  and-the, immense waves were rolling  over our craft. All;responded';'to the  appeal 'and with theVaid of air hands  the yf our ? boats were pulled ...on the  shore..?.?;.During .that; niglit oui\;te~Us:  were blown down aud we had to remain-in the open? air during? that?  rain, storm.  Monday,, the ; I9th rihstaut, ,we left  camp at 9 o'clock, and soon .after va  kindly breeze from the east, brought:  pur'boats safe to ;their v clestinatioiii  Lesser, Slave Lake, v where? wc: arr 1 ye'd  at .3:45'p.m. .;';.Indians and; Half breeds  were camped all along the .lake?,on.  both sides. ?A:*salute was- fired..from  the;shore, by.'the; natives. :?? TheVcom-r  mission  was   driven   to   Stony vPoint.:  . uero may bo some things wo havo  not mentioned, -but?these can be mentioned later on.     Two. commissioners,  Major n alker and J. ;A. Cote',-are here  for Hnlfbreed.** and their children nnd  Unci out if; they are."-en titled: lo scrip.  'J'ho reason  tlie gov'ernment; (Iocs this  is. '.the,. Half breeds'.'-have-.Indian .-.blood."  and have claims on that account.- The  government does  not ?.? make. _ treaty  'with   luem,' as... they  live:; more     as  .white���������"���������'���������'nion':"'-'do;'���������'so;-tliey??giVe" ������������������'.?���������".them'.  scrip to settle their claims  ? at once  tind  forever.: ;  Halfbrceds  liviiig ,like '  Indians.? have _ the   chance;,.?v, to -, take,  treaty;if ihey want to:"do;so:"*;.';They;  have . their���������"' choice,   biit; voiily. "   :ai'tei-":  li'eaty:? ii signed.     If     dhei'c     is.no  treaty made,; neiiher   can  _: scrip    be  given.    .AfterV-the treaty is-signed the  commissionci's ,, will '-������������������take'-'-..- -up   Halfbreed  claims.    ;;'t'he? firstV;thing they.  will do is: ; :HalfbreeclVsettlers living,  on ,?!and.~ will'.'.. be?;given:^lUO? acres? of  laud." _ that is'. if there ��������� is room to "do  so.:   ; If several -are  settled ?-W closely  'together thirkind: will -be divided between them as rfairly "ais ^possible.? All  ?. ??:lnciuiry :is:kbeins;";made VfoiykErhest  :?F_ederick?;Haddo,:; aVVyoung " English-;  7 "ina'n';;.".. whq;::came?*oiit:?.tcy;; this o'eouiitry  .some: years -ago. atid Vwhom'V'it is ;sup-  ?; jiosed lived some tiinevin- the vicinity,  y of "Brandon y.?;?, Any, one ?-in-: possession^  ;? of 'infdrmatioh concerning 'this?"f.gen-.-  V-tleman would; eon fer 'a'.-'favor, by- com-  y.municating T\-ith:-;the:chief of police in  ,?Brandon.?.; yThe'-.inqulryivcomes   from  his:;parents in,;the;01d Counli-y. ; Uf -?  '?'.':'", Among??the':'.;, . passengers^ \ -?'oii- the  Queen who;, disembarked v at: -Victoria  ,v on. r^Vednesclayv "were; the v,: followiiig  v who have' v been over the -,: Edmonton  vtrail: ? v _.Hy? O.vBarthelmas. of iTor-  ?onto;. F. W.;Ferguson,?F.;M. Simpson,  and E., Cosmany of -Yarmouth,-'<N. S.;V  ?J. Normson, .'of 'Selkirk, y v Manitoba;  : S.?. Quin. of; Liverpool. Nova Scotia;  :;P.;-;T.;..;S.ean,;jMahchester? *N?; H.: and  ; H. Y. Jones", of Swift Current. N. W.  : T. ?y They; say that although: 'they-ex-:  P������~Ienced? great- hardship,-only.':-..'' one  -tan, Bummoek. perished, and he died  yof.-scurvy.-.-.- '���������'.'������������������;      . v.,:... '".'���������;-���������-.  y .A. Montreal despatch' to .the Worlel.  under date July 25th, says:?;.''Maekeii-'  zie;and Mann are looking to vAsia. D.  'Mann leaves here this morning tovtalte.  ���������rt.the': Empress of 'Indian for?the chief,  centres of "China, a ;; He declined . -a':  ���������.-?��������� statement..-.' saying thatythe timi vwrs  POt_J_n_t_c-r.es.ted_.in__;any____Americaii_-ii:i(ier--_  it?was simply i.o'-.'..take .1  the >!country.? and.,,'if-'there  al"out.<j.inidwa'y:'.. between: the .'Hudson's'--.;whether" settled': or. not. Vwill; bb?given  Bay company's post:and? tiielandiiig/viscrip.foriVland :to: tlie'value-: otv $2-10;  :?:w v ??The; First; Meeting. ?;??,???, that, is all ljornup" to :date of signiug-  .y'Oh.'.the"following:day: the.first-meet- |pf'Streiity' who' have-not"'.-, had; ^proy  ing; .took place yVwhenr-i nearly, 500- jviouslyliad-serip extra, graiiteib'They  Indians? responded tqUheV'appeal.; Foi-; canvsell'that scrip?' 'that'is'. ali;?0fv age  ���������can vdo ? s'p'S'T hey can .take.: i ij". tliey 1 ike  instead ?qf;this;yscripJ for; 240: acres; of  ,]<iha;?toybe;;_takeh?where3,ithey;;V]ike^  "Aftei*^tliey.'liave: located'Vthe":laiici ._atid;  gotiheir: title;'?;th^?caii: live" oii vitv?6r;  sell_ ]mrt;orwhble;oC;;it;as::-they/piease;:  bitt;,'.c'annpt sell thevscrip;' ??.Tliey; must  Tpeate;;'.'theT:'ianciV'ahd;V'get;^  .beforeiseiling;; ;��������� 'These ��������� arevvthe;'pi'in-  you.rrwe;,baye;.engaged ::Miv:*Cunniug-;icipalypoints^,i  ham? whom;you all kiiow well, VtoVact jmake;;you. :k?:The?Quee.i:v'o\vhs::.;���������?the  taKfiTgs.  look   over  were.any openings to. take;a'"hand in  building somej yof the     roads. y,"~Mi".  Mann's   family   accompany.: him       u>  Vancouver, and'    return      to     Banff,',  where ihey will awaithis reiuru. He  ~.will be away-for three momhs.    v  __..Ths leading wholesale  grocers r fof  loronto.  Hamilton  and  I^dh'ilon  hive  united -forces and  made"    application;  for a.charter for a company that"w.'Ii.  ; -.act as a purchasing agency for .lhe  firms.in the conibination.. The-.birice.-s,  of the new;; company, ha ve not b^?r.  chosen.. .but._,ihe. headitiaricrs ,.wiii,J c  in Toronto, and H. T. Wilson. .-. we!!  kno-a-n'-'purrliasinc- agent; "will i-i*.  manager, Tlie new couipany w'll aj-.  as brokers and asents in tiie purchase of goods-for .the ���������' wholesiie.-s.  and its .expected that the 'pm ,"_-;������������:'���������*���������  of '-'Roods itrimmense "inantltle's Ir* one  buyer;-' instead of in small quaniilifS  by each of the firms as at pr ije-ir.."  will-greatly .reduce expenses.  'More sheep are being Imported from  Great; Britain to Canada and the  United Suites this season than for  many years past.. Among the Canadian breeders who; are making importations are : A. W. 'Smith, Maple  Lodge: John Campbell, "W.oodvllle;.  Robert'Miller..'.-:'.Si6urtville: i John  Jackcon. Abitigdon- D. G. HainneV  .."ft_ Soiis.^Bnrford; A. J. Wiiisou,  Casteledrrg:  : .1.    H.'   Patrick.     Ilder-  ... ton. Several'cf'these, gentlemen have  commissions to; purchase and im-  portfor other breeders sheep of vari-  ' cus breeds, and we learn that.number of the winners at the Royal show  at Maidstone have been secured _for  Canadian sheep breeders.  ..Late arrivals from "Dawson; report  tbat after many transactions', of? a  peculiar nature. Mrs.- La. Belle Viu-  ��������� nnt. oni;'of Dawson's mine operators,  hi-- bc-D-yjahdcd in jail at the b.ir-  rsckr- on. tit*, '.'ouiniamt of "-Henry  Level". . he"---warrant, of arrest was  tHsei .on the nSw. capias ordinance.  It c-arges that Mrs-^ Vincent was  about to leave the1 country for the  purpose of defrauding Lovely, to  whom she had, given two promissory  notes aggregating $12,500. The Dawson   mounted-police had   also caused  *; the arrest,-a't Forty Mile, of John  Orton and Mabel Hummelin. They  bad eloped'and were about to be  married when the girl's father invoked the aid of the police ' authorities.  lowing'is? a;��������� verbatim icportvpf?H.on_?  Mr;-Laird's-;siieechi:'befdr,e:.;.the;:;chiefs;'  headmenyand;������5;'tlifferent?;;;V:bands?iyof  Indians:v,= ;v:.:yy::y.;vy';^  ;;y?;As?tt.?vye ?:all;?come itpyVya Vpeaceful  meeting;y.we ;will?;give?tb;ycachV; oneviv  piecevvof..tobiicco;;-to; havevairfrieiidly;  smoke.:'.. 'WeVvhiave"Mr."yTatey as :?oui":  ihterpreteivn-biityiii;; prder .;.;;to.'.'r satisfy  as? your ? interpreter, -so?;thn.t .crae?:in-.  terpreterrcan:, watch; the vbtherr.iRecl  brothers,.;we??hayo como?; lierc;? today,"  seiit ::by?the, great?motlier?y?'io->. eat?  witli'"-ybii,'.and.'i this ?is" the;: paper she  has .given to;.us.,-signed, with the.seal.  'tdl''sh'ow..;"tha't';"we have the ���������.'.'authority.,  to; treat:. with.: you. , : The. ���������'b.ther-, com-  couiitry,; JbiitVis ;willing;;;v;V;to;;ackhow-?  leclge the .Indians,'.-claim,; aiid VVVofLcrs-  these; terms as" an offset vvvtoValli-'vvxX.  ���������iliciUU'::f:UU-f'f.'UUU'f:':^:UrUf7-U  '-'��������� 'yWev will-be':glad:: to vaiiswei*rV.?"aily  fluestioiis?_iid;:make:;clqar;;aiiy_..:point^  not^jiriderstobd.^'y'AV.e'Vwili  nieet ?you?  ,....--..���������    . -,  _.      .,,, again tomorroVv.:aftei-; you "hit veeon-;  missionqi*s,ywho-are_- associated, *vviUi,sidc  mo..aiidvWhp;..aresitting,;herey^^  t  y you. ."-At'terJ.thls  , ,_��������� -,          , .,������������������-,���������     ..meeting; you: can go  to  the 'Hudson's  have.:to,;say,on  behalf* ;of _iBay ?_ort;?where: our-proyisions.; Vvare  McKehna-.?aiid]Hbn;-:: Mr.; Ross?:ancl?tlic,|jndiatis -to"meetva.^otlie.vplaces^vbii  Reverend father,yyl^acomb^  with? us- to? act .asv councillor' and  ail  Visor;;, ;;i  , u -   - ->-, ���������   .-     i -    ., - -  - - -       ,     -   ,     u^.'   :,um;   "..uu    um     ijiu.i_un_) ���������    :  .nu  the .Queen   and ,tlie ,..governm.entr.^f;1stpr.e'd.':?.arid;..vrati6ns' will *:be? issued; 7ti>  Canada; that, we have .come to .make  you   of .fiour, ? bacon; ? also*! some "tea  you an,offer. -; We __ave;made;:treaties ^ncl-tobacco.vso'that'?vou?:can,ha_-&._  J":^^)^ .^.th ,all the vIndians?Jsopi,vWeal'and:*a?goOd;:;time.T  of the'prairie"and from there to Lake  Superior'.?,;'..,*.As- white?  [a free gift, given '.witli,-; good will, and  .   ,        .    ..   ..     ..   KP������Ple ;   :ai.',e i given! to> vou- .whether  you-make". ?? a  ,Z      ^ -l Pvyon'* "country.-, rw?have f treaty :or:;iioL:?=It "is" a present" -  theV  thqtight;it:;well;vto tell you, what is re-IQue6IJ:,is giad; to. make'to vob;-I?am  -"^'7-_y?lK "'���������,���������:'- WU"': Ut;--- ! now done- aud will; be, glad^ ff to hear  '��������� '���������.^Ve,...Que.e*i. wants .all the whites, iwhat anyone has tb-sav.Vr,*;;.;:;-;!,y?.  Half breeds  andu Indians : ??to    ; be. at ��������� :;.. -. -,.'-:' y"...-.v .-.���������;? .;:���������:?';' '������������������' ���������������������������������������������.:'������������������'',  peace with one; another, and to shake y.  i" : '!    The: Chief Speaksv *"   ;'  hands, when; they_ meet. yTheVQtieenJs;  the:  Keenoos'n ayoq,:  ���������first; chief to' reply  'say:?we.;v; are:v'  understand how  Thei;Fish"; was-;..the.  Hev! said:/"You  laws '.must'be.-'obeyed"' all: oyer  country,   both   ty " the -whites '"������������������'���������"���������and���������!  Indians.-;   It iis not alonev? that";-  we ..... . , , ....���������   ���������  ....  wish: to prevent Indians from?hunting .understand;how  we.'.are.^.;   I*.������^^"-.  or, molesting the whites, it is also to v^^1"1^0��������� ^?u-, Ur ^n.on^tl^!c^;  stand rthar,: Indians; will; oeaefit; in .a  prevent   whites? from   molesting      or,  ���������    , .,- ���������������������������.���������������  doing  harm   to   the ���������   Indians;?.  The ;^ry ^mall. degree? from ,y ow>  -Queen^sotafei-*^^  the: protect!on,Vofvthe   Indian  as  the 'Q"eens name.... -.Aye ���������sure1.v,-h.a.ve. a..o  white. ?  man.  - ; The   ' >nmi_,!������i_n������ri' ;a: riglitvtOySiy'a; htUe?a_;iar -'-is-' tnat  i have not my family with me here,  but I accept your offer." /  Mr. 'Laird: "You will get the  money for all your children under age  and not married, just the same as if  lhey were here."  ���������'The Captain:" I speak for all  those in my. part of the country."  Mr. Laird: "I am sorry the rest  of your people arc not. here, but if  horo next. year, thoir claims will not  be overlooked."  "The Captain:" I am old now. lt  is indirectly through the Queen wc  havo lived. . She in a manner has  supplied thc salo shops through  which wc have lived. Others may  think I am foolish for speaking.as I  do. "Lei them think as they like. I  accept. When T was young I was  an able man and made my living independently of any one, but now, I  am old and feeble, and not able to-do  much.''  Explanations by Mr.  Ross.  Hon.  .'las.      Ross:      'Twill.      just  answer a fow questions that have boon  put.     Keonoosayhoo has said ho cannot see how it will benefit you to Lako  treaty.      As   all  the  rights  you now  have'    will    not bo    'interfered' with,  therefore ���������everything- you   get   in  addition   must   bo  a.clear   gain.      The  while-man is .bound  to come in and  open   up   lhe   country, .and   we   came  before   him   to   explain   the   relations-,  that must exist between you and thus  prevent anv  trouble arising.,.You say  you have? heard   what   v the commissioners have saiil and how you     wish  to I i vo'. \v 0 ������������������ bel i eve' lhat..    men     who  have lived   without.     help heretofore,  can  do   better   when; Uie   country   Is  opened up.    .     Any fur they catch is  worth  more, "that ��������� comes-:, about,    , by  competition..   You will -notice- it. taker,  more boats  to bring in., goods to ...buy.  vour furs than ��������� it did formerly.      We  think'* that as Uie rivers and -Hakes of  this country will,    be the.'  .principal  highways,  good boatmen  like     your-  selvescca.m~.ot fuil  to  mako:.    11  good  living and'profit   from   the  increased  traffic.   We. arc  much  pleased   to    ;ec  you have.some cattle.     .itwiU'be the  dutv of -.'.the'-commissioners to vecom-  mentl ?the_ government through  y. the;  siipoi-inteiident  general .of..Indian- affairs to give "you; 'cattle-;-.:-. ?of a-beUer  breed.      You say you have a right'to  say'something al-.oiit- ihe'" ���������': terms:; we-  offer youi.': ."i\Ve offer   ; you .? certain  terms, but. yoii'are not fo'rciiil' 1.0Vtake  them;    iYouVVasl*.  if 'Indian's ?aro. not.  allowed  ibvmako    , a. bargain.; . v^ou  .miist''..alwaysi;-,imdersta'ntl.'-;-.tliere'-''.-, .are  ���������two to ;v bargain..iy We? arc glrid you  'understahit the treaty Asf for: ever? ?1������  the Tndiansvdb-as. they, 'are .'asked . wo  shall certainly keep   all??;; our? . pro-  .mises. :- We. shall .bo' -'glad v.-to ?l~.now  you; have-got on     without; ?��������� anyone's  help.; but y.oii ?. must .know ���������-.times.... ai-e,  harder.; iurs"?scarcer ithari,,they;? used;  tdv be.  ���������'; 'Indians: are  f oucl'-of., a? free:  life vand? we vdo not? wish? to -interfere;  with--;it;?;���������':.,AVhen i-eserves?;are? offered"  ypii,: there  isino intention?;; to ?make;  you?! ive bii;: theiii if-'yoii? dp, not- want'-  to',;-'v but:?in;;years.- to  come'.you;,may-;  eharige*:aiid .want'these..lands?1 itb.yli've?  on; i?";They Half breeds ;;ofV?";;Athabasca;:  arbvbeingymbre; liberally?dealt iwith:1;  than; inVaiiyibther pai;t?bf: Ganada.-iWo  hbpe-iyou:: wiiridiscuss'pur;^^!?;?:!!!!!;  ;arrive" at"aVdecision-asySobiVyas -pps-;  pbsible?;. v;?Wei: y;have?;??,delayed-;yoiift  pthei-s';;ai*ev;hbw:Vwfiitihg-'fd'r;f:yibu  rivaL-varid;^  :w.ill?assist? .is>:.t6';get":'.tb';;th6m;;"v~v:v;.::' x:f  Keehbosayliop:.::;?:": ;;"'.;Htiye?v ryo\i;U:: all ���������  heardiiViyDoiSydu ��������� iiccept:-;r:;.;ji-il 1;.y >yUpi;  Wishvtb acceptistandyupV";;:?-:;; v?;;vyyy:v  Ji Wendig^0;vi:;''I;;vha^:, heai-d-aiidr^Cy:;  cept With/'Vya; gtedivvtieru-t:?;; allylyhaYK  heard;^: ���������'-f'7f-.U7'.:U''ffU'r':U''. U UfUr'rUU-:  :y?Kee;npbsayhoo:?;V?;?.uArc:'tiie' ���������/"ytermsj  ;gdbd;;idreve_iv;:;iSrlong} tis,; 'KJiho;!.!'.siiii'5  shines: bii;,us,vbecause?.there-are.: ;,oi;-:  pliaiis ;:';,:?-we;; mustv;;: consider^-;soV?thiit?  ;thei*e'|wni:i_e;iiothihg;,.throv~"h;?:;;v;uji;?tb;;  - usi, afteiwa-rds ? ?:,. jWe? y/ant ?'. a.* writteii:;  - treaity^vione" copy !;to; Hie; given-iis?Vso'wo?  can; khbw?whatiwc signi?for' ;,;y\Te;:yon  willing-vtb^giv&yrmeans, ;.;?"to;.':.insfei;.iict'  ���������'chiIdren''-:'^.'-'lbng;;'-'as-'.::sim;.'-'sriines';;ahd;::  water, flows', isoith'at;childrehivill ,gro^;'���������'.  up, in' -everV increasing '"."knowledge ?":;:-;.;  ??- illoostoos:; f'Urv undei*staiic������ iKeenpps-V  ayhbb;:':vvtoVaccepl; so;do ,I.."i.'.:'.;.;About:  schools,?areVycii^br.;'the Indians;;;?tj?  choose instructors?" y?;? '? .yUUf./'UU  -i:?Mrf ;Laird; ���������;?, "The,; government;.will  choose:teachers according', to,religion  of rttie:;'baild;: v; If ithe^banrt: are? paganis-  the: government; wilKappoiht; teachers;  vwhof if viibt acceptable;"will'.'���������  ;be ;' reV;  placed by .' "otbers.; viAbout-":: treaties  lasting. for;eVqr.';i? will -just say?; that;.  some Indians; iiaye   ,?got to; -? live so;  iike. the  whites ,.tliat? they  have -.sold;,  their   lands .anVI'divicled- -the  money;..  but ��������� ti!.is;:bnly J.'happeris,;?' '���������' w'he.n?',,'.,";t'he,:.  ���������Indians ask  fbi-  it.  Treaties  last. ;fqr  .ever  as  signed,  unless'the? Indians  voie-tbinakeva Change;.     1 understand ij, ������������������;������  v.puO"a'iL"a'greeV.tp "ithe;"terms?'   of the;)- ...Moiicrntc vaKs:  :treai:..''\;-.".".-Am'.'-'Ti-i-isht^,''V'.?Jf..'.so:-I/i;.w  --.-^.^-;-^^_;l.M^^---.ij^_-nfl���������lomnirlwv;  today. Besides he is vcsled with all  tho authority to deal with you. Your  ways of living in the forests, on the  lakes or the rivers will not be  changed by the treaty, besides the annuities which are to be granted to you  every year as long as the s_~,ip is.  shining upon you and tho earth'i'stand-  ing. ��������� Therefore, 1 -finish my speaking  in saying accept." -'���������''"  To chiefs and councillors stood and  requested all the Indians ,. present\tp.  sland up as a mark of 'acceptance of  the government's conditions lo mako  a treaty. They were glad to hear  the remarks made by tho Rev.  Father Lacombe anei thanked him for  having come so far away, although he  is very old, to ��������� visit .them anil speak  lo them.  Ou the following day, "the 21st  instant, treaty No. S, with tlio Croe,  Beaver, > Chippewayan " and', other  Indians, inhabitants of this district,  was duly signed.     ..;..'  II  %m  SAK  k  I:. ;;.  Htsae OiJiC'.-  |^id   yp    i;ii~Jl!Ti:ii  i VXtil'viy  OLP  BILL JONES  *ins:?t"the  J^CORPOFJATED 1670,  Soeeia  uu,   ���������avan'ib'  m(mM'  UirectOiii;  ��������� H. "i. i-.ki'.v!,i.ii(i   i-f<!s-ibj)_ii ���������  !*.lLiVi.t'rnt-v,Vicel>t-.:-.y.,(ilt.Oi:'Ab������i  'A'iiii.i.:ij Kaii'Kh,*-.',  l.'-oln.-.';.. .ial*'"ay,  D-.ijih Hy.-.o,   T.  :*Mitii"i*)aiid  'Su.y 1.;-.,-  .Klitts-Kogers.-.   ���������  U. It.'Wiikiv", <a.__inerc.l Mavuyw.  'BjrsMiOcoa."  .   North WcsV. .-mil J.b-ilisb ('."''bunbif.  m  Ho  loafed   tiround   the ? '���������  hcaci .o'''.:R6ai'in'  Fork,  Too shiftless>fur t.o draw his;breath;.  too  lazy fur to work���������  A   sloi-'-hy   good    far    nothin'    cuss,  "V.   dressod"'lilce  a' o'nery -tramp; .���������..-  Ayspit o'"Wtirt' upon: lhe face of any  respected, camp.  '  His  wi.'i*!*!y   jtoo.ls  war'   jest  an"   ol'  prospect In': pan an' pick,.  With  which lie.-list.to  ofn  say ho'd  ,   sonie day turn a trick.?'-  .But all u������ miners laughetl at. him. an'  ' 'iti 'd.'f'dnlnfill   tones   y*   y?   ..  Allowc-il   llvnr   wa*n't..:i;  bit .of   nerve  .     : wi'-.p1- od'up- iii ol' Bill';��������� Jones.  ICep'* triimpin- .up an',.down  the creeks  ah' climliin' up; the hills  An'    scn'-chin'- 'round if. a-lazy:.way.  ���������'������������������'   "ive 'a, man  the  chills: - -  fVi'.talki)"."' -.'about-.-.the:, way   hard . luck  ���������'���������hpil   biffed   .him   with VtV club.- y  An' -bummin': Wh'.sky Jack,  for  booze.  ":in" b'.unrain' us furgruii. /  ir.'vbu'd' .offer'Jiliu- a   job ;ho'(.V/ sorl  -���������o' s)i-;cv.; an'-say. y ' -     -' -    ���������'  ���������I-Iu'er.lki;''-.+ciV--.;-he'd.';.:bey'hii;ln;:. ���������liton  /"'hin.!.'.-11' some, day.-,    v.     ;,    ..���������������������������";,'���������,-,.  Biit. as fur dilm." hard work ���������war.";,too  "���������-"���������"'trvin'' oh :t!ie''bbnes.;/.;:?-���������;.:- ,-,  Au?vinuitd . nntasciiistic  to   1 ho _tasl.es  ./of 61'vB'ill Jonos.:'.'.���������       ./v./yv:..'"..?,,  Wc 'stood-till tlie "cnmoljs/ back.war;  * v/ broke    ancl/tbr;v������io ?scamp    ---j"'/  vHe'd-bellcVviiii;;an ;basy/trail:an'.,nose;  -?/:i!ybrit?'o'?''cav::n;/V'?,;:,.??-?::...??-'?,-;//'  :An';*������������������?'*.'.'. "ns.an inc^ntivQito; accqlcrato  :'V/.:;-'";"./:;<>t. t  "V'?/'- ���������/. '.-   -'-��������� ���������  i- sluii_.,myVboot;c'-i.���������.���������\vitii"';a;kick".':that  -wa.n't( no, feathewait.;/ 0" ? :  He. onto;-������������������">wlcf iii .a.-lazy ���������way an.' saiti;  v/^thatjil'; wai??'ns/;?/:'' y :':���������_;?*;* '���������?;-���������  Torfougli: olf knoel-s/hn/.hE/beanl that  ';;. -"/- ("iiJcfe-'eome home' tdr.oost, .- :.:: -;-.-.  ,AnJ---.-'tIiMivi'>i'-lon^'^tiieyOuray.;v?  :?/���������(*!.'^a;p'.������r;.his :��������������������������� weary?������������������bones.'i':���������'-;���������������������������.?/  \ii/'Roarin/: Fork/wai-'^pursPd/at last-  /���������'/; o- VcbifUesEi. bK'iBill:;Jories?   y  ���������VVe: hii^v.aht ;it;waTiyUiq?richest; joke.  /...ir-nip- when'"we..heard/,-���������',-��������� ,-'; f-f-  :Th~il;';he ^/Vri .st'vuck,;-:iv,;;-nssnre',yeihr  '/���������"thai'-������������������',"varj-'- a :?dlden bird ZZyy?..',?-'  Biit/4.- ������������������-"i.v'U'y^en^R^ft'^ V ^;  -;:'.:yi;fi.'-v; ���������','���������;���������'v;if>'ah'-'. '���������shiiyecli'.f ace y//  Tli -\i/-'ili-Ti - ;vi drirn /-: if am il i a r/��������� J qok v ���������;? I -  ������������������''������������������'���������-.,' ^niVieh'rtw.-'.''.'-. cbuhlh't V/pl a.cri /yy   yy;  H^ioii^li^'aefeiiim  ;-v::V*:ns-vuotbv/:as/;i;king;//:::'ii-;;/;/v.; //��������� /���������;  Th'ei.--cir''>'-?':v"-Hres.setl-v;i.Tv:v  -/:';::/]io Hspp/WstAtKbi'l-hinKiyVriH?/;??/;./;/  /.^Ti'./wl"'V!i-''lv'-;pl������.<"''?a fene'V.whoiit^was-  ?-?-'!ip:"_aYs:v-- '���������'''Her.oW.ft'?';;;-,*  iiaaies?"  " raniloti  1 Wfjary  E'.iy.o'"n't;o'n'.  HtrVlthcoiiii  Viis.coMV1.11  \Vmuipe������  RovelRtoKS''  ISssex '.*.  oercfuv.  Walt; -.-������������������'  bi(.';ecsol'c.'  Lislotvoil  .Portage -'-'���������  t'lrti.vie  Prince Albeit  N-;liotl,?B. ?.;  ,?. OI*'r������.l~IO.,  ;:"/.;'..:;  NfaKitra-Falls* ISt'.' lhi'pnd&s  Port Colborne iToroiito   !':'  I-liit Poi'taite.':-.; "IAV" illaiid;/���������  Vt'j.. iHariei WooiT'-tneS  Hfi'nlt  Ml, 'Ja,i,!in,i-iiil!n | lluiiiiltori..' ���������.  ? v MoulM'ii), Qiiobec..'���������.,'���������'���������������������������'        '.-'.  SiiA-iiiRK B;'..iik Ocp.-ii '.iMi'iil.���������-Otiposiii-  of   i'it   .wii'i   ,i:|)*.i'anl-"-/eHoelT'ed'-'   nnr.  ini.(!fest-iil)o.wetl'.:' ���������-������������������ /  riidnyitiiMS  --��������� .1 V(,v.i������cVal.   T.lluiicipiil  in'..!''ol ii(.ir (!"'i/inl.ii! 1  - J--.ni** -present   , scitsoii   has  nratti-ai'.'.!  able i.it-l .a" 'twill tis  Ivin^diiru,".   '.Iriited  1 .   ��������� . ,.      ,-,, India,  Chinn,   .}.ip,v.i,  provt'tla i;ootj -onciui' blo.usi!s.!->_,.;>i;M),i.,.-., -.-.- _,.'    Wo   have   soino- clioi(:c:onos| Go!(i '^"'^<^ : '  lllKi  .IHW.'!'...  '.'l.l-'.-i-y''W Ct-t'ilii;���������Avail-  in C't',iiu3.-i, Uuited  8v.*i.i'���������.*���������.,    l.'biropo',  AusLrfvii::,, 'Now  lelt, but not/all sizes;���������?���������<:"���������"."'  ."":" To clear out tlie balance w.t  have; reducetl/- them .; 20 vpei  Ctiilt. ".,? :; y-"-:.-'.';.; fff y;y/ :,:  Tliis. Ba ok rs.-.i.'.ps; fflijec'ial Heacipts  wiiloh will ho accousitud lot' in. uny oi  t!i_ _;ucs.t.!i:*.'_i Uisy _.\.'n Pontf.i In tlio  Yukon itult noi'choi'ii cilsti'Scls.;'  .::, y A. ,H. B, -HEAEH,;   ���������;"''  RlanrisBP ttovelstokci 'Errir.'������h-..-  ������^a  cii^/e?'  v?/vvCbi6i  ���������/���������i>';'t~Vo-.'ttjw.?i .lib;" "^s:-that's  il^Wi'-Iinm'V^oilOR?":;/ii'~;v,:;/-i;:'  *;?iinoxvveiv*~3^unigy?ost;?/  wSIr*'Cha-4esVT>Ppei-;saUsV:fqr.aingl^  :on--'A.usust/3r(i.y:;yyVy:?,/,-,,/'������/;V?/;-':;.-y  SvvfcTlie-Bbminibh/goverriiiieht/.wilLtlnS;  year'givev five? aidcliti6nal./v;eU'; boring-'  imachinesvitoJthe 5 Territorial.;, govern-"  r.iiie,ntvfoi*->hev;use*bf;^ie;^evritqries.;(--;  ���������S;.ii_.;''',;'i^  ;tlievcause^bfipeiiiiyVpostase;v;Henniker;:  vHeaton/vM. -'P.';;i;:has:';:'.he'eny .presen.teciy.  v-wiUrthe-freedom ;0fvthe;city:.of Lou-,  'don//as-well as/a i goldv- casliet:--vupqn;  rqne ?end-of?:Which: is? ayfigurev-rqpre-;  sehting;/Britannia,: /.andv. at/the;, other;  enel an ..aUcgbvcial v figurdoPC vCanada^  pi"s":;'.hot C'opta'i'tis?,:-   !?���������//:'  only,' y-Nftyyi-i;'blue"?v'p'rii.it  ;V;,.,.; *- bl o j isles vvi i, 1 i; ^vhi-r e co 1 |avs  Kop;ular::pi'ice 75at.(;U';(i0c;\:;?;;^  ;/;   '���������;.'-'' /:;S������(?qrrd.;:Lib _?..;,; -rUU-'���������:  .$'U''&ii\-yU;',ft\^  iv/'r/ystripcilv ;^  ;10'oilly;*'\YJn.te,::]a\v;B/;;'?  :8/oiny;v.bUtelv:/satee;iii;;?v^  -Regii i i_iTvpncei|KQQ'0ift#S&;>;;  UUfUU;/-;;' i^i-i i i'"d U i+otUUUUUU  ���������^*Qi;nyi':;_wli"iife������ia^  V:;?y'/!yiuii^  Mlll&S'arslfiriilSciii^s^^  ?Re'i*uiaj:^!'icG'^:::?^5/M^  ������������������-,..-.., O.;. ���������.-,;.-���������Jyi'-7 -,*��������� -'"' -'.������������������? '; -;-''?������> .'" - _ V; ������������������',::;,-7".  U'UUUUU FpwPtii;lio'i %U:U-UUU.  U, oii] tifUfdUtiyffiitn p^if-^i-enclL  -&;:i::'i':ipi'iutV:blbuses:;;v5*;;:;?;:y  'm7UfUUU7'fiiiiiifUoUUU0UUf-  |S^,:f m#> MU*^$tr*"iU4.-U  WMtf^mmmm  W&feM.  U v;/-;'/"/-/ ��������� TU&i'-&ra������a������ G^ass ,.���������������'���������  ������������������;'..'���������''-iuu '��������������������������� ������������������ .fffiwr^U'<>?m~u-&\ '  ���������siiilKU:bkxviUlfU"V'^Ur:ntU^iUU'r  rniisnir.n'.i'.;.i������-ritiiii.i'iii.v/'rfl//>n'ii.  ;of;itlii!/:ii(ist:  h. i:ulirul iVlniii!B,in 11 v-j.liiitlir-?of GcbViurih: //,.;f;^'.  G!!ini'l.''ialR'.luful::!.-i>6il.iioaUi������;a-.ulJ_.a.iin_,,..  ^S^I^t^^a^ito^iarii-^W  i^^^^S^^VV^^niiviir'm  |; a.i.1 "Xow. W-kn.I'.Vslcr ;piv; ,'rii 11 rsiliiys_ ami;������>iO-  jVJ.nlyi.o l!iO;iliiiiriK.iy/?;;; ;  VTV  I : do :.notJ:-iincerstand;' what-.:you.  'I'o.'-'you  :<:'    'Mi-.  he can  :Why I'  commissioners  made; sn appointment tos'meetybu nif^Qos. -.-.���������.-���������      -....-.  a certain: time, but "on account of bad imeanyabqut every   thira.y-'ar. ...,,-  weather  oii   river '������������������ and - lake ."���������������������������we ; are S    Mr;' McKenna:.v*'*.U,.,w-^;:.mentioned  late, which  woare sorrv for, butv aro;;thaci,th*3 third year, was ?    only men-,  glad   to  moot   so   many-of  you   here ! ti������ned; jn resard rtc_Vsnpply  of ���������������������������.ototh.r  .today.;.      ;,���������',.;/';;/���������/;;.,/:/���������/��������� ;-;;.:ing." . ���������..; j, ���������-. ;-;.��������� ���������';'? ���������,���������-���������;;..���������?-,-..:,:  We understand stories/have ;'. been j K'.eeiiooshayob.;"Tbf'.''Fish'-';  told you that if you made ' n Ireatyy not: allow> the Indian? to ma  with lis, you would become servants, jpwh V;-;cbn_itions,? /;sb that.  and slaves. but?we'wishyou to undei'--!benefits;as much as possible.  stand that sucii "is- not the caseVhiit'/say this i>; lhal/ we today vmake/Tr-;  that you will "he just as free v after | raiigem.ents that are'.'.to -laKl as Jong n.v  signing ;i treaty as you are now. t the- sun : shines and -water runi.-. Up  The treaty is' ;v free offers-take-ictor-jco The;pr.esenr_--I have-eariie-J'iny . own  noi just a.** ;.you please.', if you.;re- ) livinjt.yatul workinc,- inrny own way  fuse it. there is no harm done. - We rfor the'Ciuceti.., It : is good. ;'l-li-V  win not-be baVl friends, on"'that; ac-:-; ihiSian-.likes h'|.fs .way of livini; and-hls  count.? One thing the -'Indians "must, frey life. When I'���������':'understand''you.  understand', that if ihey do make ::t /liioroughly. I will know, better what  treat y they must obey the -lawsa of1! will do. -V'p-'i'b the present lib ave  the land,  that will  be just  the samcV never seen the time when I could riot  whether you make. a. ������������������ treaty or  whether you do not,,'the .'laws. m'u~tt be'  obeyed. The V Queen's a government.!  .wish to-.'.glve the Indians here just tlie:  same   terms   as   they   have   giv.iti   the  r.'ork for the Queen; and'make my CfWn  living.       I   will   .consider - ri carefiili";-*  what, you have said."     *  ' .Jloostcos';' "Tbe   Bull." J'j'rother'    . of.  Keenooshayoo:.     "Oitcii beforu now  i  Indians all over the country from tb.;i have said. 1 would consider carefuiiy  prairies to Lake Superior. Indians ii j what, you iiiiglit "say. You, have.'tiaileil.  other"; places.-, who--took treaty0-many."j���������s hrothers.. True, I am t.he younger  years aso arc- now better off than they ; |Jtbtbe-r,'- you are : the older ���������;: or other. ���������  v/ere/before. Tbey grow grain an.*! { Being"'-'tho younger."' if. the younger1  raise, cattle; , Like the white people ;;isi;d the-older 'fcr': something, ii . ;wiil  their children have: lear.pcd ? to? real : br. .,,.le to,,gvarit his reqiieiv. sami.-.-'as'  and-write.. .- iouf-moUier      the Queen.- i  am*' ��������� Ji'i. d  afterwards, '-S0, for   each  person .-���������������������������, tqr-*t0   hoar   wliat.vou. have   to  siiv."'Our  ever."      To   such   chiefs   as   you   may ;(.ountry' ia - setting broken: up..'.'  I Se<i  select,   and   that   the. government   ap-:; thft white man coming in, ami I mint  proves of, we; will give ?2o each year, ;t0 ))e friendly.*    I-see wnat. he does;  and to* councillors,. $15 each year.   The j it ^ just;  we sliouUl be fi-eruisi? I will  j not" speak; "any   more; ������������������"there .are"   too  who may  wish    to  chiefs also get a  silver medal, and-a  Hag such as you now see at our tents, -, man>. pe0|,ie her  right   now-  as  soon   as   the   tjrealy   is [speak."1  signed.       Next   year," as   soon   as  we I*   ,,.',..     ,    ...,.,���������/  know how many chiefs there are, aiid i ., WJ<&?<#.*���������]"���������   . **������&'.  everv   tliree.ve-.nl   thereafter.       (,:���������.��������� ;stand  behind   Uns  man  Chief  will   Kd   a  ������������������nil  of  clollim*,  and ' "qshayoob     ,   waul,   t.,,  'fvery, councillor   a.   Ktiit, Only      not  quite so good ar, the chief'.1.;.  Then, as the white men are comin  in  ij  art ridge:" ���������'���������].  J/a.ck. (KW;  ell the. com-  mlsslonei-fi l.bere are I.wo., -way;;, ..llio  long and tbe Khort. I want I.o take  the  way   that will   last longest."    ..  and  settling  up  the  country,  and!    Chas. Neesmtasis, "The Twin:1'    "I  follow those two brothers,; ?.Ioo;?.toos  and Keenooshayoo; AVhen I* understand better I will be able to sby  more."  Felix Giroux spokcr t.o tbq same el-  fect..as the previous speakedi.  Mr. I^aird: Wc would be glad lo  bear from some of'the Sturgeon Lako  people."  ,  "lho Captain:" "I accept, what y~~>i  as the Queen wishes the Indians t.o  have lands of their own. v/e will give.  one square mile, or G40 acres, to each  family of live, but there will be no  compulsion to force Indians to go  intos a reserve. Those not. wishing  to' go into a band, can get. 100 acres  of land for himcslf, and somo for each  member of-his family. These reserves  or" holdings yoii can select when you  please, subject-l.o the approvul of the  wevwiU? sign iri. Speak to'all tlibse who  bovhot; . agree//;. M'obstbos, /-"Sacpoe;,!:??; ;;;;?  Keenoqgayhoo,: '.-my/children;;, ill.1 Wholi/i^ /  is;;'re _ ;,stan d up.*'":";'? / '���������,,; :..';���������"'/: "v. 'rr:fU.":7:  /'/y.'.FathebrLaeoMb'"..',:/- ??���������: >,|.//;('���������;;;  ':���������"' Rev;'.'Father'XScorabe then apbke;.ii?.,;/;.;���������'���������'��������� ���������..'���������  follows:' '''.*''" 51 y vfrtentis; X/amy '-v .ry.//?.  happy to rifrfci you here .today, as; you  know.'- I ."a'ui an' ��������� bbl 'friond ; ot";- this'  country. ,/.3"he .olrt/beople/reniqnibwr.  yet, thati'SO years ?ago i came he.rev:as;  a missionary tb baptize, a"great, Many*  of yrjii.anti-u-aclr? you,,ho-.v-.ito:Rerv*f;;  God. ; Today".V'being/ipretfiy.-.old, I".sini'  cosa;in������.'^ai.u;..L'i:������jJl'jft.!i;bnqyn^^  I come as:-... ������������������.i.nemfcerU'bE--*' .-the--royal  (joinmiRsion :io .niajte-'trbaty 'with you..  The gfivbi-nmeht has beoii;- thi tiki ng  ll'iat kr.o'.vin.; you: So/Well, i'oui' mau-  ners aiul 'fashlbne';'. and. your way off  living, also " Kiieaklng; your Q">'.*n lanj  gunge,] wc.TiiiJ be of some iii?" t'>. Uioir  rep^esentatlv.'is    :  /amoiigs; you.  Therefore I wa.. officially attached Ho  '.iHe'conimiEsfoti to .lie: their-a.fi visor, -as.  the. sbvorilor, bjis, Ju."*-. . statVjii.-'.:. V,;.",  <ieiii:..-.f'ribnd':-. '"today: is ti ^n-at (layfor  yiiii���������-a bay. of long-.���������rbm'.'-abra.-i.ce |*....r  those..- iivinir .vow and' the surviviiij-  sbnerailbus. /./Today a HVJniorable  event is* ti*.ki.ng'''plbcej.;v.*]'tii/ yoii/idl,  l-'.-om1 your lips-.the* new; oni-s will;  learn, from .:in? "i������s'" of .their .father.  .wi;at .'is'/iak'int!* piaive tbtUiy,."'>:��������� XJo? not,  ��������� be..astoni'shvei If I thought it_v/;/_r. gqotl  for.;ml. and toi- :yoii .that' I consented  i.o comb, arid? > work-j n this;/ way.  beqaus-i- I thought ./,jl was ' a/Kobd-  Ihihg 'for you to; take the/treaty./If  iff bad '���������-"bf-p'.'c.'.f.'d,- that- it, wovtiil-��������� not  hji/vo"..li.cn ia your int.er,est.s'''f -would-  never", have cbusetited ,t.r> take Vany  part in;.such-an alTairi Lori'p; ::y,o i.  have .-been "acqiiaihted '"with the way  fib'? government wr;;-i'-rnaklntf ireatie*;  wil.b ill.' - (nriia'a-s.- ��������� VVl.'-n -Hid trov-  ei'miiciii,. O'-io" Crcali.-'i-; ;-.;iriv- - ' yr:,-'.��������� n  a_j'o witli the Katiteti':, of ? ��������� ,M'iiiii'jlin.  with rbe <*:i-e.-r��������� of the K't-kntciii-w.-in:  with the Biackfoot., Bloods and-the  Peagans of the plains 1 was thero an.l  advising these, different tribes .to-1'-accept Hlb .conditions.of'"���������'the govern-.  ;_iont. y 1 ilo not. think I ever 'gave J v  you any advice to your disadvantage.��������� : .  therefore inrkiy I take upon iny own j  responsibility to advise and urge voii     ,  ^ITJjKl^^^F^WPIlJBI  ���������ir  ;a2������i������i@SHx;iB:^  /: ������������������-l.iKHi'  //vv ���������:. 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":   "j^H:  r_M.ind.;(.i'd-S::fi:v (.(jilipp/ll  t-i'iiin c'o:.:.-ii;<;-' U.'.b oidditutit, /  "Now J will give you an outline of  offcr.o   I nm oStl and miserable nctyv  ; Traids If ayiiiif'thn ��������� fV.f;:_3c''Cci;i*j't  TV KB i.) AY*,. T11 y J. S 0 A V S ;��������� m\  ,SAX.UliI>A'V.-i c'ii.t!' c!,^ at '. i'-Vit  '.'. iiiiuifi; v/iiii iht; iiiiialiiil lake  H,'(;ainoi".-i "A'ftn!'-',b-i,'"A'.l'i.���������'���������i'a"'siiiil'  "Anifilhipoa" 'iicro-s'.vlib trrat hikf.s  tn accept the words,of the big chief,  who comes here in the. namo of the  Queen. .1 uin,gciitiomtin I have known  for. many years, anrl I can assure you  that be is just, right and sincere in  thc stutcmeuts ho has made to you  riV>s*    in forum  :ij)i .ind tiekci  '      T- W  HilAnSSIAW.  Ajtroiit,, Ravels-tokc.  13. .1. ���������CoYLK.i'As-.t-Gen. rt~.^>ii.'n'i_tcr  '��������� Agent, Vaiiooiivfr," B. C,  ��������� (IfilU.: .i'i'.i.vl'.ir? .r.lOL-l.-'.i.Jlnl.-lvviiz.'o? ~/avi>iiiii',  lJ.rv.-t.������',il<Ld * ���������-���������, ������������������. - .&*--���������;���������: ;��������� ''���������...;.'���������;--������������������ .;  :,,Siii-;:i;uii Ui'llii; C: I'Al .���������::'.:.-'..,.::.::.;;/?:.; "���������.-:' ;d*  ./Jl.ia t.n fllh-i;.!-, Uily.ol'.I.cvV'IJttl.:'('. /    '   ��������� / ? .'?  3DE.'..It. B, Sd&icLEA-N.  :o  Oflice VaniT "llesicleiiqe!- twoy'cloors  east  /''���������"'������������������������������������'/       '.ufl'.OoWan Block.'.: *.?/   - :���������'  .Third 'Street;-1'Centre. :  ���������-.  Xislit. iitid-day Veal Is attended tb.''.j--f"  ���������.Teleplioiiq. connection..? ,  ;The;,?R evelStoke ��������� i ���������'��������� u  Heral d?: -t*���������i weahiyi;;, y, ;|- ;  ,/':?,,   .; r-Hasdmbre'vreaders    in 'North  Koolenay than any other -paper;.  .lias, nioj-e advertisers in Reycl-  .?.   ./stoke .than -. aiiyi other paper;  ;    does  more job -printing 'in 'the  -'... -.:-.  city  than any other paper;  it's  -newsvis more spicy and up-to-f  ,:.,;.,���������_;������������������, date:; its,influence;?:' .is' greater;  - ?  ���������i its,advertising rates' are lowest  circul.atioii  considered;   its - sub-  scriptiou  rate is only $2.00 per  ,y /  aiiniim; it covers l.hc i field   Try  Vydd'/it* nntl  be"'with?the;crowd."'/...������������������;  .-.:���������'.;. Write .to". ..'.;,.://-;-;���������/      .? '  "'_ -. '������������������"��������� ';.   REVEL&tOKK^HERALr);'^  ��������� ���������.;.;'        -,.,.d ;'������������������'������������������',';;'���������,���������:--"Re'veistoke, B./C.  GRHGE  ;i~i@fe  :,v<r  :.?:-���������������'/���������:;; -X;J 7y7-.PEfi Ks^fpropUUU^'U':  [���������'Ibib! Aci.'oiii-.iiqdatibnbbo UciU in the  ���������'���������;������������������.- ;;, --..- 'City I'ov the'money. ���������-���������-''������:':'���������'-������������������'���������   *;-:  tlcatnd jiv'iliot- ii.ici/i.'iecl.ric/lifjht ami  ,-' .;��������� . / -ybell iti every room -  ;://:/;  itoiirly'.stief't cur; liciAveen  hotel  .and1  "?',,- ���������;'     ���������������������������; ���������','1 station.- -f-f. ���������   ���������"���������';/;./  Lar^e'.'incJ.well lighted sample room.  '."' .;'i'"l''tei''-.liiis iiieeljj all   ttaiiis.   y  i y-   ������������������/. j.?:-ikliVELSTbivlSi^.B; C.     ;   ;  ���������Jfotaryv." Publio,  Sole Agent -for  m  and  s  t _������_ A   a ,  y<  Smelter ;   1 ownsite  '-"*''    - - "  in.  ;  Revelstoke.  ,  '&weis  ?rBSiainer,,Firp;'a_id'''  :Xi_fc Isoax'n.acs .'-' "  ';���������."- ���������"'! Office. Opposite C.P.R. Depot.  Tfiosu R; Davey  / Trc^^y Eake City  Nol.'vy- _Publ'c--- Mining and Real  Estutc Broker arjcl cenernl Commis  irion'Agent.' Mines reported on and  Estimates given for work. Latest reliable information "as to claims work  ing anti for sale in the district. Sood  Poos pests bold easy.WWrite or call. \  ,'/2>  FLOGGING  FOR  MURDER.  iO  -,?"  D.  Comeming  i^tuget s.  "p^r  P!!i  tt  oiicy  nmi���������T  ill!  SPEAKER EDGAR IS DEAD ��������� ASSISTANCE  BREEDS  "���������-(-"_������  HALF  Ottawa,     August      I.���������Sir   WiUn 1  Laurier, after some preliminaries nacl  i.cen rtisposcil of in the house of commons vesterday, said that  ho wanted  U,   interrupt  lhe  regular  l'"Si"es"i  so  as to jiropose a set of resolutions m  regard  to  the condition  of  the Transvaal.     Uo moved  by   lion.   Ci.   IS.   Foster   lhe  resolution: . . ,  "That this hoiu." has viewed ^'-l  i-e:,'i-et thc complications which h. v'-  ariSL'.i in the Transvaal. ol wile >  Her Majesty .s suzerain, irom tlio i ���������-  fus-.il to accord to Her Majesty _ su *.-  jerts now settled in that region .11/  ndcjiuaie purilclpaiion in its government. That ibis house has learned  with still greater regret that Uie  condition of things lucre existing has  resulted in intolerable oppression and  has produced great and dangerous excitement among Her Majesty s su.i-  jeci"- in her South Africa possessions.  That this house representing  people who have largely succeeded  the auoption of me principle  ceding   equal  rights  to  every  niein.  lo  arrange lerms  for  lhc postponement  of   lho  coniducliou   of   the  Canadian  Pacilic Railway.       Ilo  was  first   returned   lo   parliament    in   the  iLiberal   nlloresl   ai. tho  general  elcc-  Ino-.i of jS72, for the counly of Monck  ihiii"s inland sal until  llio general  election of  seconded 11 hi'l.     He   was   eiecled     by   acclama-  ' foilowlii"? itnn of  1ST2, for Lbe counly of Monck  Ivld  tho seal up  lo the  lime, of  ...s  ('.rath.     He   was   unanimously  chosen  speaker of tho houre of commons  in  A usual,  I S0(1.  ravishment by tlio Knout as It Sb Ad-  n. Inisterml at Sakhalin.  Flogging by tho knout bus been prohibited in Siberia. It Is allowed ouly on this  ..land of Sakhalin, and for murder. No  Russian civilian is allowed to witness nn  .._e'."utian of that- sort; certainly no traveler.. Although t-ho governor-and I wero  *o inliiiiare, I noticed for tho first time ono  ilr.y a littlo constraint in him. I met tho.  ilo.lor and said, "You do not look1 very'  well.". '" Well," ho said. /'"I am very unhappy. Thero Is a caso which has co.mo  Into court for Bogging for murder, and I  don't liko it."  It was not a.thing that I would liko to  Kcc.but I thought that somebody who was  t'oiiiperent should know what this flogging  by the knout wa _, and however painful 11  might* bo to myself, I had better seo ic for  tlm piirpocu of truth. 1 =aw very woll that  ���������hu iiovunior was keeping _.oinclhi"g from  p.." Hero comes lho advantage of heing  ii doctor. The pri-on doi'tor went, lo tho  _.i\crnni' and .tin liint liiu prisoner's eawi  >���������������������������.������������������.* 'n critical I hat he could not-take tha  .������������������ -pun'-ibinty ot (li'cidliiK whether bu wain inl fnr ihu punii-luuenr. at the cxn in illation which minf take pi.icu four hours bo-  inic. mul lio u<-*:i'd lhat 1 mbdu. come in  .'I'li-uih.ition with blm. Tho governor  ��������� culil   nn:   1-,'fti.-,.', nnd  I did it.    I after-  CHURCH    DIRECTORY  MICTHOIUBT  l'lMllullUlB   HC'l'vICCo   ul.  CHUKOll - Hi've'sifjlti!.  11 a.m. a.,a 7::!''  p.m. Cliuis meutlni; ul tlm elc si: '.it tin;  ninrniiitt Hji'vleo. cn.hli.it li aulicnil and Hi bio  ('lues at '_:BU p.m. : WiuKly pni.yci- luuntui;;  ovcry Wediu'niiiiy cvoidn^ i_t "'.'A'l p.in. Tliu  public tiro cordially lnvituil.   Su_m'!___!.  HEV. S..J. THOMPSON, Pa-Of.  anl went and ������.  tlie llogging.    It, look  FATHER  LACCMIIB'S  mtl.f-US  1IALI'--  ;l  iu  of eoi-  povilo.i  j Oltawa, July 1.���������The houso spent  , yesterday afii-nioou in (iisciis*-r.ig  'the voto of S2000 for Father La-  'combc'K   hall breed's   relief. ll   was  argued that the relief asked i'or was  unnecessary n.iul should not he given  'to the halfbreetis anil thai it was  .dangerous io make a precedent b.v  such   a   voLo.       The    vole,   however,  ot its population in harmonizing  trangeinent and in producing general  content with its existing system ol  government, desires to express us  svmpathy with the clforts of il-o  authorities to obtain for ihe subjects  of Her Majesty who have taken up  their abode in lhc Transvaal such a  measure of justice and recognition as  may be found necessary to secure  theni in the full possession oi than-  full  lights and  liberties.''  Sir McNeill and Mr. Wallace j.������o  spoke in support of the resolution  which was carried by iho whole  house rising and singing ��������� boil ba.J  the Queen." ' ���������  in the senate yesterday aueruoon  Hon. David Mills gave notice thai  he would today move Lhe resolution  adopted bv the house of commons tit  its morning silling. The object oL  the resolution, he said, was io strengthen the hands of the Briiish government. All over Africa the Dutch I.e.i  been granted equal rights in BritUh  colonies, but in the Transvaal Britisn  subiecis did not receive equal rigms  ai the hands of the republic. I h v,  were taxed ueaiiv SSO' per head and  were treated little better than slave*.  Nothing short of equal rights foi'  Uitlandors should bo granted and fc.  proposed introducing ibis resoliitnu  with a view of giving thc members  tn- Senate an opportunity of expressing their sentiments with regard, io  supporting Her Majesty's-government  in'a matter on which he was sure all  felt strongly. ���������   "    *  Senator Landry wanted to know ii  the minister of'justice would add'a  clause to the resolution respecting  the position of those British subjects  whoso rights had been trampled  upon in 'Manitoba declaring that thc  decision of the privy council should  be imheld.     - i  M"'Mills said that in the resolution |  thev were dealing with questions out- ;  ��������� side  of  ihe. British Xorth      America ,  Act   and  on  which he had  the sar.-.o )  sources of information as  other Senators  had,  and   ino   resolution      ha I  nothing to do with     the     Manitoba  school question.  Sir Mackenzie Bowell did not douot  that when the resolution was moved  tne minister "would be in a poskian  to givo full information. Ho himself was fully in accord with all that  had been said by Hon. David Mills as  to the wisdom of passing rosouilio.is  which would strengthen the hands ol  the" Imperial government in dealtr. :*���������  with  the trouble in the Transvaal.  as- 'pa&scd.  ..I .-���������.l\ i i:\  ii u j vi-ti j:\ ivj.i*..r- ti  Thieves   Remove  Private  ?200 in Cash  Vancouver,  'aper.  AUgllSl     I.���������IMtirtlll       ti  ���������Deacon's office was entered-by burglars on Thursday nighl and !|i2U0 in  leash aud many valuable papers taken.  -The police have asked the press r.o  'suppress all news ir. connexion vvill.  |the matter. Detectives aro now cn-  'gaged on tho case. Some peopic arc  [disposed to place political significance  ;to ihe robbery as some of the papers  ,were private and personal.  GOING   TO  NEW  YORK  Boston, July L���������Jack Riiumor. tho  Rat Portage oarsman, will take up a; _  residence al Nov.- York and oecome  a member of tho Rav'.om Rowing club  Rhiimor says that lu.i club cud no'  treat him fairly an.l that he had_ to  row in Gaudatir's shell at the :nr"-~"-  n ,11011111  regatta  iiorj.  ot '  .ICNNKTT-TJAWSON   TliLKGItAI'U  Said lo be  Complete and  Order  in Working  Vancouver, August 1. ���������The, ae-  ounceinent was mailo today by the re-  turnin", Klondikers on the steaeier  Oiiteb thai the telegraph line from  Bennett .to Dawson had been depleted and was nov,- iu working orle.  Tho Cu Ich'was dchijOd llii hours I*.'  a mishap and *.,o brings no other late  news.  TALKED  TOO   LONG  pi.ice iii the gear, yard ol tlio prison in tliu  I ivvi.,jo o" the poiiTiiiif, lho surgeon ami  ���������ii.. -elf. Tl'.e cri.'iilnr.l wus hi retched out  ui r. inblo hi tho middle o[ tlio yard, tind  hi'l'iiul bun s'O'id the exeuntiui.er. To thu  rl^i.t uf ihe t.'iblu r.'.'.'l nt n goud distance  .va. tlio man who kept tho tally, .-mil  .-omit! .1 iilutul each blow ns it lull���������one,  '.-.vo, three, and so oi to the end.  1 ii.iu! in".cr i-con aiiyihing which wal  ���������~> p.iiiifiil to v.-itr.ivn. Tlio knout hast  _.'.i*������v. lisle!: linmllc, tliusti'aiu'.sof lliowhip  ���������ire I'lrldod intu three by knots, aiid with  ���������i liaiil cud,.-nul tliusKiurp-odi'bcciuls llkoa  oi-.-d of prey and pick'-, oul. the piece.  'i'ho only pleasant tiling about, it is -the  f nd. An soon us it was over .-mil tbo man  v/.is not,dead liuwas taken to tho hospital,  md lho doctor, who was one ot lho bust of  n.un, cuveil for him jutt as niiich as if hu  had been a sick woman in Now Vork.���������  Uitllctin of lho Ainoi'icau Geographical  .���������Society.  Tho Inventor of tlio Howls Snlre.  As a hunter James Howie did moro than  ���������j-.-cilit to b.is lilcoil and ti'iiining. Oilhand  ~>ith a rillp hu could bring down a wild  ?im-*i! Hying high overhead and put hi.-'  ti-iilet In iho nock fivo limes oul of !.evcn.  But iiiarksiiianship bordering on tliu marvelous wa*; acomn-.un attribute thereabout.  What- gavo iho young sawyer distinccioa  was another story.  Several sorts of (mother story, in fact.  Hu could nol merely shoot deer running,  but las'iO them in fair chase over the prairi .,  jjivo them a fall, and, if it ploa������ud him so  Lo do, futch them in nlivo and unharmed.  Ho could likuwiso lasso a hor.se lrom the  v.*ild herds, mount him without anybody'.,  help and stay upon his back, no matter  what was done, until the terrified boast  bail run himself tamo. J3y way of variety,  someiiip.es thu la?*-o was cast ovor a big  bull alligator waddling from swamp tt  swamp. When it hail been drawn taut,  holding tail unci jaws in leash, young  Bowie mounted tlio scaly back and rodn  there, laughing and shouting, whilo thu  ���������'.sloundcil saurian went bellowing ���������with  rage toward his swampy haunts.���������Martha  McCulloch Williams in Harper's Magazine.      . '  Church of England Sunday Services  Eight a.m. Holy Communion; 11  meeting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday in the mouth);  2:30 .Sunday-', school, or childrens'  ".ervi'ce; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7-a.m. or S  a.m. as announced; Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is* administered usually  a.*lcr Sunday school at :j:1u.  13. C. PAGET, D. D.,   V icar. _  PKKSilYTERIAN C:ilUlU" ll���������Uaylhlnk..  Servico every fhiniiny ai 11 a.m. Mid V:'iU  p.m. Biiro Cl iB3 at. '2210 d.ih.. lo v Inch  all ai-u volcumo. Prayer meet in;; at, 8 ii.ni,  eveiy Wciiuceday.  KKV. T. MMNZIKS. P- at, .r.  The Acme-**  Soda  'orks-  JMitnufftctiu'ers (it"'all "kiml") of  Aei'iitei'l Water.".-, Sorlii and Mineral'  A\Tiitei'"3 in' Sy.jjlions and Bottles.  Factories at y.ernoii ti'tul litjvel-  stciko, B. C.    ,. ���������������������������.������������������;���������...  M. J- O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmwmm?m??mm?mmmm=  THE MOLSONS BANK  Sr:  K_  ������~  SZ  _>������������������'.  ������r_-  JS:  ������  iNwmroiiATKD bv Acrr ok Pari.h.mknt, 1855.  mW  MAN   CATh'OI.Ii:   _IIU!:C_l ���������KuV(.!-  (."iu.. llai-.ti  Ili-bt iiiKl'ilni.'l bucddj'B In  month nl 10:110 a.m.  KKV. V.M'UEK a'HAY'.ilt.  *���������"-   mi  -"���������.vr-v,  ���������->   mil  iTJOt- AKMy-M-i'linpi every  i.-:r hull on i-'ront t-ilico:  iiIkM  Or .in go' Louse, No   iC5S.  Loyal  f..Af  Mu  piece, itt'C  fttu.'il. Ti i-:i-.|l. Ul.  K'-irnlnr lir-i-liii^s mo lii-!d In-tin:  <'.il._fHli._v-, II. II i.n ilu'ili.ii! l-'rlil.i.v  .i! i-.tcli ini.lilli :i' 7..I') |.  in.    N i-iiiu__;  1111! llll I'll I'lllllHllv llivili'il  XV. ll. llii .'. 'W.M.; I!. I'. 1'i'lU-  H A. K.'lil. ion I-'In. Sei' ; Tims.  '<ity     ntu-iia  ""���������'������������������������.^  ll. C.-imiibell,     K. I), ,  Clni'l  ltnnpir.  ---.;.*,-. *,''���������-���������-, .'���������/.V.i-iKy..���������<-.'i,'/������!v. j  Undortnldng r.vd Embalming  P. Howson & Co,,  M M'UI.X/.ir.   AVI".  Hi-lull llcilcribi l*iiniltni"c.  ROBERT  SAMSON  wmi  vv  Dealer  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL      - - - -      S2.0O0.0O0    .  ItEiT FUND .      '-,-        ���������-���������/���������_-..      -      .81.600.000   .--.  DIIi'KU'niUS:   Wm. Jlolson '.Maci-iikii.-jn, l'rcsldciit; S.  II. Kwiso. VIc������-Prc������ldeiir,  W. M. ItAMSAV, SAMUKI.   K1VI.KV, HfMlV AI!(.*I1!I1AI.I>;  J. T. CtKCimilK,  11. Mahki.a.ii) Molson.  V. MjOKi-nitrox Thomas, Genernl Manager.  A general banking business transacted.  riil-es.  Interest allowed a' current  J. D. MOLSON'.  .  Maxagkii. HbvklM'okh 11. C.  3  3  ^..^iJi^dii^ii-U-Ui.^  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.  oiJcaed up by the  mineral Properties  iamond Core  n  orayrnarj.  I. O. .I_!in<  Roc-bee.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.      Contracts  for jobbing taken.  ON W08K8 ..     ���������  a c"  At MODERN  SOLOMON.  6 S 5j ������ ^-������> "^ ������fW t\ tt  &j!i('"iir*p/"i"i, cn  Maternity ltootn iu connection.  Vaccine   kept,    on    band.  McKechnie   and   leffs. Attendants I  E3Ir>,o?TSEa;i11-i_4i*:E,������ tTobb.ati  Pl~i-3__bi:c_s*.   PiPo FaltiiiB  'Z"i7Jisznith.iiiS  S2ies*t Iroxi V7or__  SEf~.cI2is.0ry KLoPaired  1^ Work a Speoiasty .^-a.  HOBT. GORDON  Rovolstoke   Station  MiniRJ"'  J  V  S,-'  1  ������y-__~~~"~i__i_i  - I-    jl  ,    ,   _M_ft_ -*������$*.  ror  Lord  Ruse  ill.  but  fuller  is  Helped  1 y  faris.' Augitat L���������-At yesterday's ;:���������-.<-  s-ior. oi the Anglo-Venezuelan boiiAtl-  M.v commission .Mallet. Prevust, con-  linued his iircsontatiou cf the Ven-  ���������K'.'.elan case. tlusse!!, lord chief  justice oi" England, suggested a curtailment of lhc argument, hut Hon.  Jlelivlle-I.I. duller, cluef .justice of  the United Slales supremo court, intervened 1:1 favor of the speaker.  BAXQUB JACQUES CARTIER  L-'ROSi   NELSON   RIVER  Closeel lis  Doors This Morning.   Monivealr-AusBst��������� ~-Iv-^Le���������=-13auri".e-  .lacques Cartier closed ils doors this  morning. The bank which was established in 1SC2. wilh a paid up cani-  lal of Siiuo.OOO, had ils head office it  Montreal, and 14 branches in the province of Quebec. Tt also had a branch  *at Edmonton", 'Alberta. .Up to the  present jt is'impossible to obtain any  accurate information of the bank's  financial position, but it is rumored  that the outlook for the depositors is  not"by any means bright.  'Charles   Farrow   of   lnnisfail     Gives  j     Some "NcwsTTrom iKFlFar jNortli-"'  .    PEERAGE FOR PAUXCEFOTE  London. August 1.���������It is offlcially  announeed to day that Sir .Julian  Pauncefoto. Birtish. .ambassador to  tho Uniteel States, has been elevated  to  the.jieerage. -  -���������-  SIR JAMES  EDGAR DEAD  The Speaker of tho Commons Passed  ,  Away Yesterday  Toronto. Aug. 1.���������Sir James Edgar  speaker of the house 01 commons,  cicct here at 0 o'clock l:u.t iiignc.  Oiiav.'ii. August 1.���������Lasi evening the  house oL commons made an attempt  to perform business, as usual bid the  shadow 01 death hung over the proceedings for, tho news of the death  of the speaker arrived shortly before  S o'clock., After half au hour Sir  \V1ltr1d entered and the premier in-  xormed the house of the sad fact  bnelly alluding to the loss which the  houso had sustained and dwelling cm  tlio goon qualities and impartiality  of the laic Speaker lidgar. Hon. Geo.  l'J. Foster followed concurring in Sir.  Wilfrid l.auri'"i-*s tnlmu*. The house  ilivli .-idj'iiiiiied 'intil ihi.-. inonuag,  the- niai-'c being tiald under the table.  Hunwi liientious L. F. Urocleur, de-  juty speaker, as the new speaker, but  nothing definite has been yet arranged.  Sir .lame!-. David Edgar, Q. C. was  the representative of the elder branch  of the Edgars of Keitbccch. He was  born in tlio Eastern Townships on  August lOth, 1S-11, aud was called to  the bar of Upper Canada In ISO!. He  was appointed ono or her majesty's  coilnsoi by the Ontario governnieni in  1800. Iu 1X71 ho was sent to Uritish  Columbia   by,   tlie   Dominion   goveru-  Cliai'ios  Farrow,  formerly of  Innis  fail,  was in  the citv on Satin-dry on  his  way  lo   Montana,   where  he   will  temporarily reside. Mr.  Farrow rem i'.-  ed   l_rtmoulon   on   Monday   from   ihe  Nelson   river,   about  fiOO  miles /north  west of . Edmonton,     where     ho   has  spent the past lwo winters prospecting and  working  on a survey parly.  Two   men   named   Doan     and   Bovan,  from Buito, Montana, and Henry Tol-  .tcnhain, of Kamloops, were victims of  scurvy   this   spring.  j    Mr. Farrow met Hon. .1. li. Ross and  'Inspector   Snyder,   N.   XV.   M,   P.,    at  Fort   St.   John.     There   wns   a   good  deal   of   trouble   between   me   Beaver  Indians and  the    whites,    the former  claiming that lhe whites were killing  .their horses.    None of the Beaver Indians took  treaty. ��������� claiming  that  tho  country  was  their heritage  and   thai  they  vvouid nol st" it.    Not a single  -,Heaver Indian met tho commissioners  ,wno were at Foit St. John, but found  on   making  enquiries   that   the   Indians  did not inlend to come in.    The  Beavers   tried   hard   to   get   the   DogS  Ribs,  who  are their  northern neijjn-|  bors,   to   go   in   with .them   but - the |  Dog Ribs refused.    When Mr. Farrow |  came out -Mr. Ross v.as leaving Peaces  Thu Doss In mi Aral".inn Family.Blado to  Tell thu Truth.  A recent French judgmunt may bo citud  as an illustration o������ Arab ninmior_> and  Galliu astuteness. An.Arab was traveling  lhrough the interior with his wife. Ho  vvas on donkey buck, and shu was afoot.  Dy otiiim r. rich Arab on' horseback and  offered her a lift behind him. Sho accept  od and presently, in tho course of tlio journey, confided lhat sho was unlxippily maided. ��������� nor companion proposed a plan by  which sho might olopo with him, and she  agreed to it' readily. Accordingly whon  thoy came to a branch road thoy increased  their paco and paid no heed lo tho proles  tations of the husband, who was soon loft  behind. He succeeded in tracking t,hu:u  to tho horseman*s village, only lo lind that  precautions had boon taken against his ar  rival, for all assorted that they had known  tho runaway pair for many years as man  and wife and rbafc" lho real husband must  be an impndunt impostor. '  Tho imfortuiialu man had rccourso to  tho 1'*rench, who woro at first puzzled bow  to aCt in tbo faco of a villugo's unanimous  testimony. At lasts, a happy thought 00  currcii to" tho judge! Ho placed tho real  husband's dogs in ono room and thoso of  tho other man in another and confronted  tlio woman with both. Arab dogs are  vory faithful to their own households and  very fierce toward all strangers, so, though  sho" did ner utmost to irritate her own  dogs, thoy could not bo restrained from  fawning cm her, and, though sho lavished  overy blandishment toward tho dogs ol  her new homo thoy barked and showed  their teeth with ever increasing fury. Thc  judge thereupon ordered her 10 bo given  -back-to-I".cr-husbi".i".d,-.-nil-Jie-plaeurdea  thu villago wilh tho following no: ico,  "Tho testimony of 0110 dog is hero more  to be  belioied  than  lhat of  ten Arab-,.'  Q  To olifiiii rapully the knowledge of the value of. ixeO" -nr ledges  nothing N* to bo coin pared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  provo moiv in 30 days than an outfit of ineu tunnelling or sinking  "lmt'lscDiikl ijt-ovo'iii ten years.  The Diamond Core Drill eun pierce the luountjiins and ke th  ecrct of wIimc ir. contains from their very heart", and'tbe" more ao id  ho rock formation, tlie quicker ic will do its work.      v.  The Diamond Core I>ill i������ so constructed thnt it can be taken  cj  pieces and packed on tliu bm-ks of horses and carried   and   worked  almost inaccessible plaee-i where water can be obtained.-r-and it  be in almost any part ol Bri:i.-h Columbia.  ^For'l'iiU information and particulars-apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.     SIBBALD,  'REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING * BROKERS,     REVELSTOKE  Table furnished vvith  thi" choicest, the market  afT"*d--. Best. Wines  Liqui.i-    and      Cigars  Si.      n day. -  Monthly  race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  Large light ..bed  rooms.   . Rates  RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DA'f  U  V  A TO  Tl  %Ti  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Both "Hotels Opes]  Good accommodation. A good lm  well supplied with choice wine--  liquors and cigars.* ���������"'-    '    ",  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors.  __r~a������~Mn~a~-*__i_i_|*HKff  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and'Minto Gall Daily  ���������A Conveyance is run in connection with tlie Steamers  ~i���������"^"'"        ancrflitrSpriiigs7~ -        ~  As a dog is ono of tbe Arab's wor.-l terms  of opprobrium, this' notice was deemed a  worso punishment than lines or imprisonment.���������London Post.  Rivet'  Great  scrip  Lesser  v, as leaving Pe;  Landing for Vermilion^ and  Siave Lake, x he half 'breed  commissioners had just left  Slave  lake.    The weather has  *Sothi_E IJroken.  A recent brido in Washington, who ra-  coived many handsome piccu-sof Rlns->wiirj '  and china among her wedding gifls, if exceedingly proud of her treasures nml has1 "  perfect jewel of a inaid, who hasn't bioken  u singlo piece. Onu afternoon nol l.mji  ago lho mistress cnino homo and fuuiiil.tiu'  maid out. An hour or -so later thedn  mestic returned. Her arms were full of  bundles, and sho carried a basket liur  faco wa' radiant.  "Ob," sbo snid, "the table was perfectly  lovolyl, lc was jiul exactly tlio way y.i..  fix yours when you havo company���������cau  dies mul everything. It wad ju-l too svvoct  Everybody thought so."  "What aro you talking about?" asked  tbo mistress.  ''Why," answered the maid, "tho  luiiclioon my sister gave today. I didn't  have time to ask ymi. but 1 knew you  wouldn't, mind. Nothing's broken.'' And  unwrapping bur bundles, sbo disclosed to  her mistress' astonished eyes tho very pick  of all the cherished v.edding china and  class, not to mention sundry pieces of silver. They bad adorned thcrlunchcon, and  the table was -'perfectly lovely."���������hx-  chango.                *    ,  Good Acconimotiiitioii both   at   llie  the Landing.  Springs  Telegraphic Communication.       Baths Tree.        Bates  "t  $1.25 -per day. .  .  Proprietor.  gVEhSTQ^^  Do   You   CClant   a    Home   in    This    Grocaing    _I_ir_it_g   oni  ' a ���������  Railctiay   Centre   ?  The 0. & K. steam Navigation Company have soou of them  lighttul property iu Kevelstoke.    It ia charmingly   situated,   handy to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at ouce!    Easy  terms if necessary.  TriirjffiiG'  "flgetit  F. JleCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  .MUTTON .MD SJHUSJ.GE  been very wet all through the spring  and   travelling   very   difficult.        The  Peace   river   road   is   full   c������   "pitch  uoles" a-    very great difficulty is ex- j  penenced  in getting freight through.  Charlie Johnson and Aithur Evans of  lnnisfail  and Wiilio and  Lloyd   Ran-  ncrman  uf Rod  Deer,  who    bad  boor,  workhirr���������ari   JIcPhc������'_   survey   party,  alf-ri came out. having f~uit il*. a  hn-.ly  owing to  tho grub, which  they claim  consisted chielly of four X flour and  rusty  bacon.    There wore ii  men  in  Ihe   party,   nr.'I   as   there   were   only  lib1 pri'ir.dr. of suyav. ii1 rounds c: apples,   .*)0   pound.  of    tipri-jts    or*:   S  pounds of pru:K-:.,llic.-c supplies did not  ivcomc  at  ai!     i-.t-io~o2ous    cs   th-~y  very soon rcn. out, a.ici  th" men v ov.;  1 educed  lo the r".'.-t  n'*nv; !r.er.lic;ic(i.  "Mr.   Farrnw     is,     how_.*-w      111  gor.'  health, and  h:vt gained rntto a lot of  c .periom'e  during his i,-,;"  to the i"ar  norlh.  30 N'I.  Don't fnllov? tho crowd if yon want to  be a lcad'-r.  JJcii't run acros= an old creditor when  out for a spin un your wheel.  Don *i believe all who agree with ycu.  Argument, tires r-omc people.  Uon't undertake to lay another man out  ur.lcr������ vcu ar.i an umlTtakcr.  tat  j or.  m dntv bound  to  : li'.'t icel t  bruak  thu  11 cord, your neck or  y..ai;  "Svl.l.'l  Ijo-.'v refuse to r.c:  for- '-cc.i'.i.i.' t!.i.y ars  of '. ���������'.-!.  i; :i't, think all men who tread the  b.mi.N are actors. Some of theru work iu  luiiilxr yanl>*.  cjit crumbs of co-'.i-  not; whole bakeries  I  REAL ESTATE  MINING ���������  AND  INSURANCE'  AGENT  1.ish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Ixevelstoke  Kevelstoke Station, Xakusp, Trout Lake City, and;Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  "Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lako  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting "and ' Teaming   a  specialty.   ���������  Daily Statue leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trotit Lake Cily.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lajtdiks  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  McKenzie Ave,  Best Accommodation*  Ix the Lardeau.  Rates $2 Pe? Day.  D. FERGUSON,  .-Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE  Sash  and   ���������  Doop  Factory.  1 Manufacturers of  and Dealers _a~~^"������r  Sash.  Dor.rF. Turning*. Plinth*. Ciornar  Block;. Moulding of all klnd������, Fuey  Gables and Verandah work. Brackets./  of every (itscrlniion  made to order.  Store and   Office   Fitrinw, Window  Frames, with sash fitted a specialty,  the latest machinery.' Dry kiln  premises.  Call and get prices before  ������.-olni: elsewhere.  SAWYER & MflNN V<*. SATURDAY  ������������������AUGUST 5  SPECIAL AT THE   CASH  BAZAAR   Just received. A full assortment of the celebrated E. T.  Corsets. Prices run from 50c.  to 84.00. Our ������1 00 corset has  no equal in the city.  The greatest kinds of bargains  are being offered in Skirts,  Blouses, Gloves, Hosiery, Boys'  Blouses. In fact everything  that any lady requires will be  found at rock bottom prices at  Millinery  Dressmaking  The Cash Bazaar  THE PASSING SHOW.  XV. MELDRUM,  HOWSON" BLOCK,  MANAGER  McKENZIE AVE.  A FRESH SUPPLY OF^n  Enos Fruit Salts  Broma Seitzer  Abey's Salts ������  JUST RECEIVED.  Just the thing to use in the hot weather for  Slch Etomach, Headache, Etc., al tbe  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO., LTD.  CHAS. R. MCDONALD, Manager.  McKENZIEAVE..   REVELSTOKE  STATION.  The cause of Hon. Joseph Martin's  downfall was, according to the Columbian of New Westminster, himself  and nobody else, no newspaper, and  particularly no Victoria "piper,-had  anything to do wilh it. Certainly  Mr. Martin's hasty and overbearing  temper was the original root of the  diblike which was felt to him hy many  of his own supporters and colleagues,  but the Hkrald will venture to affirm  that it was the continual ugitation  kept up against hiru tiy^ the Victoria  Globe and Colonist which ultimately  stiffened this feeling of dislike into a  determination to -jet rid of him. It is  quite certain, however, that none of  Martin's political blood is on the head  of ihe Columbian. The Columbian,  along wilh the Province and Bostock's  brass blind of hired country organs,  asked nothing better every morning  for breakfast than a daily lick of Joe  Martin's hoots. Then when the word  went forth they discarded the former  idol with niore or less dexterity or  clumsiness according to the measure  of the talents of their respective  editors, Joe Martin is just the same  Joe Martin now as he was when the  reptile press was belauding him to t.he  skies as the destined . saviour of the  province.  He never was the destined saviour  of the province nor was ever intended  to be the saviour of any province. But  he is still, us we remarked before, the  same old Joe and the smartest politician in western Canada today. And  it will he a most t einarkable thing to  the Herald if he does not contrive to  come out yet on top of the heap of  incapnbles who turned him down at  the government caucus last week.  The Columbian', will very likely have a  good chance'tn'test his work when the  new attorney-general, Hon. A. Henderson, runs for the seat -at New  Westminster on accepting oflice.  say that we do not wish there ever to  be anything in the Big Bend to warrant a steamboatsei'vice, because there  never will he any development done  in that district to amouut to anything  until better transput tation than is at  present available is provided. The  steamboat has been the pioneer all  through Kootenny so far. Had the  arguments of the Kellie crowd been  taken as worth anything in the early  days of development.of south Kootenay, there woulil be aa little going on  iu the lower country right now as  there is to-day in North Kootenay  under the blighting influence of the  Kellie regime.  66  m LEADIN& ST0RB  NO BLUSTER,  NO FUSS, JUST BUSINESS, THAT'S ALL.  99  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  " In the militia orders issued in  Ottawi on the 28th of J uly the Vernon  mounted rifles were removed from the  strength of the Canadian militia.' No  cause is assigned for the removal. It  is probable that it was thought  mounted riflemen would not he found  useful in this mountainous and wooded  country. This leaves only three coin-  paniet-|in the Kootenny rifles���������Nelson,  Kaslo and Kossland,"  So far with lofty  omniscience the  Rossland 'Miner.    Tho Miner knows  all about it with only a mistake for  every couple of lines or so.    In  the  first place the Vernon mounted company was removed from the strength  because no steps were taken to form it.  not because such a corps would not lie  thoroughly useful and effective body  in   their own  country  in   the  open  valleys and rolling hills of the Okanagan. .  Secondly, there is no such regiment on the militia list at all as the  Kootenay rifles.     The corps recently  organized in the interior of this province is known as the British Columbia  Rifles.   Thirdly, the failure to form a  company at Vernon does .not leave  only three companies in the regiment  located at Nelson, Kaslo and Rossland,  there being two other companies organized,   one at Kamloops and one,  the very first one set on foot |tit all,  here in Revelstoke.  FIGHTING!        FIGHTING!!  Where is the Fighting?  Oh t Have you not heard about the war in the  Phillipines ? Well, a ten ible battle took place the  other day near Hollo; it was a hand to hnnd. con-  ,' flict, but it was a trifling affair compared with the  rush that is being made to secure the numerous  Bin-gains we are offering during  Our  Monster  Give  Away....  .water pip;  The Impression that tliero Is not any galvanized pipe to bo obtained In tovvn Is wrong. We  have a good stock of Ji and 1 inch pipe on hand, which we are ln a position to sell at less than  the wholesale price at the coast. A complete stock of Brass Cocks and Pipe Fittings slvvaya.  on band.      People putting in piping will ibid it to their advantage to boy material from us.  W. M. Lawrence,  ...Hardware and Tinsmithing...  O. J. AMAN'S SODA  WATER FOUNTAIN  IS THE COOLEST THING IN TOWN*.  Drop in liquidato,���������Cool, healthy and dellelouB soft drinks, any flavor.  Convenient to the depot,  Q, J. AMAN, Tobacconist.  Watch Our Windows for Criterion  JAKES SILL & CO.,  .Rubber, - Complexion and Toilet Brushes..  HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING and CLOTHES BRUSHES  FINEST QUALITY AT   FIELD & BE WSj  LOWER TOWN DRUGSTORE,. REVELSTOKE.".  Helps to  ...Good Will  The W. L. Main circus people are  billing the city to day for the 17th.   .-  Rev. Dr. Paget is leaving by the.No.  1 tomorrow on a short visit to-.Vancouver. -_,"  Miss Frsnces Dent left for Toronto  this morning to attend college>for the  coming year.  Mrs. T. S. Wolcott and family of the  St. Leon Hot Springs, are registered  '...iit.the Columbia,  H. S. and J.E. Loveringhave passed  the teacher's examination. It was a  hard one this year.  A. W. Mcintosh camp down from  Keystone on Tuesday. He reports the  mountain still in place.  Drill every night ��������� next week as  Sergt. Routledge will leave a week  from to-day for Kaslo..  There is a big chunk of rock block-  ins-up the rond - at the first trestle  work on the Canyon road.  Thp News-Advertiser denps that  Mr. Henderson, Q.C, M.P.P., has heen  appointed attorney-general.  The Vernon News savs that G. S.  Fl'mdt, of this place. i������ desirous -of  starting a creamery at Vernon.  Mre. C. B. .Paget entertained some  nf'the youne friends of her fninilv at  her residence on Third street on Wednesday evening.  Rev. T. S." A. Bastin, of Lytton.  passed through on Wednesday morn-  inc's Nn. 2on a visit to't.he old country.  He will return about Nov. 1st.  An office is heing built in the C.P.R.  yard for Muster Mechanic Hobbs,,who  is to make this point his'headquarters  with charge over this division.  * The date for the pierilr'-.to be eiven  to the children of St. Peter's church  has lieen fixed for next Thursday and  the obice chosen i������ at the canyon on  the Big Bend road.  The Colonist says that on Wednesday H. D. Helmeken, senior member  for Victoria, .was offered the position  of iittcirney-geiiprnl in the Semlin  riihioet and refused to accept the  offer.       ���������  Mrs. J. D. Sibbald and familv. who  bad been spending a few days at  Thomson's Landing, returned "with  Mr." Sibhald on Mondav. They enjoyed their stay at the Landing very  lriuchr        " ==���������->���������*������������������������������������ '-.  There is a saying very  frequently  attributed to the wise King Solomon  in the western press of this continent,  which   runs:   " There is   a   vein   for  silver, but gold is where you find?it,"  or words to that effect, the average  western editor not  being as  a rule  particular   to  a   word   or   two   in  a  Biblical quotation.     It is looked upon  as a remarkably clever saying, making  as it  does   the   distinction  which   is  quickly recognized    in   mining communities' '���������"��������� between  the occurrence of  silver in regular veins of ore nnd the  very irregular and so   to   speak   unscientific   manner   in   which   gold   is  distributed now in ore,  now free in  quartz or other rock, now in potholes  in   the   shape   of   nuggets   anil  now  deposited as dust in placer beds. .This  snying has recently been quoted in the  Western Mining World in  the shape  of: "Silver   is   in   the  rock; gold  is  where you   find   it,"   with   immense  approval, and on  the head of it the  Butte mining oracle has no hesitation  in placing Solomon a good  many pegs  above   t.he   ordinary   mining    expert  with his long winded, crackjaw  talk  about   "apexes,   clips,   angles,   spurs,  vnri'itions,'   horses,    anticlinal folds,  or  synclinal   folds,   or   quaqtiaversal  folds,   or   moffaclimil    folds."     As a  mitter of cold fact, however,''Solomon  never said anything about "finding"  gold at all. What he didsay in the English translation was:   "There is a vein  for silvei'and a  place for gold  where  they line it," "fine" being an  obsolete  term replaced in  modern  English by  the cognate   word  "refine."   So that  the   western   press   of   America   has  been    perhaps   rather   premature in  rushing to conclusions as tii the great  Jewish monarch's extreme acumen  as  a mining man. '  The No. 1 fire brigade had a run  yesterday morning, the occasion of  the alarm being a fire, which had  gained considerable headway among  some rubbish on the river bank hack  of the store formerly occupied by  Fallis Bros. The chemical was speedily  on the scene and held the fire: well in  cheek* until the arrival of the hose,  when the flre was soon wiped out o  existence.  The Taylor Block,  S������������������0������  McKenzie Avenue.  ' FIRST TIME HERE  WALTER  L. MAIN  Fashion Plate Show of the World.   3 Ring Circus.  Monster Menagerie.     Racing Carnival.     Congress of Nations  Society Horse Fair and Children's Menagerie.  What Business Men Say.  ���������Lovering's potatoes are the best.  ���������E. T. Corsets at M. K. Lawson's.  ���������Lovering's for cabbage and cucumbers.  ���������Remember bargains in white wear  at M. K. Lawson's.  ���������Genuine Montserrat Lime Juice at  the Canada Drug & Book Co.  ���������Fresh supply of photographer's  materials just opened at the Canada  Drug & Book Co.  ���������Pure Chloride of lime for disinfecting at the Canada Drug &' Book Co.,  Revelstoke Station.  ���������Send a copv of Pettipiece's Directory and Map of the City of Revelstoke  to vour friends.Better than a letter.'  DEATHS  Watson���������At Revelstoke. on August  3rd. the itifniit son of; Mr. and Mts.  XV. G. Watson.  Atkinson���������AtChittngnng. East India,  dipt. Win. Atkinson, aged 50 years.  BORN  Revelstoke.   on  iind Mrs.  S. H.  Aueust  Bolton  T. L. Haig returned from the Waverley mine on Monday. He describes  thp'waeon road as in good shape and  a verv business appearance, of ^affairs  .'nt the minp it .self under the superintendence of Manager Hazel.  C.'A. Kptchen, of Sicamous. paid  . the Herald a pleasant visit on Thursday afternoon.? He says that quite a  fpw" pleasure seekers are spending  their holidays on the (beautiful Shuswap like side.  .Mine owners are reminded that the  ��������� time for the phipiiiPnt"f mineral specimens intended for the Paris Exhihition  is rupidly drawing near, and no time  should be lostin prpparing nnd handing in the samples they may wish to  have sent.  The Herald was in error when it  stated in Wednesday's issue that D.  McCarthy laid a charge of stealing n  handsaw against Gordon Knowltou.  It was F. MrGretror .who Iniil the  ch.-iree and not Mr. McCarthy as  plated in our issue.  Services tomorrow. 10th Sunday  after Trinitv, in St. Peter's church,  will be as follows: Celebration of the  Holy Eucharist, nt. 8 a.in., Mornine*  Pniver nnd Si-ccnd Celebration at 11  a.m.. Ev'tiwine (choral) nt 7:30 p.m.  Rev. Dr..Paget' will officiate at all  services.  J.' D. Sibbald. who returned on  Monday nieht from thp Glen enrry,  reports" that the Diamond Core Drill is  making good progrpss. At the first  point, selectwl thp drill passed through  the ledire after going in 70 feet: thp  ledge being 20 feet wide at. this place.  They bad stm-tod drilling in another  place In-fore he left lhe property.  Tbp sprvices in the Methodist church  ��������� nwrii-mw ������������������ at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m..  Sunday school and Bible class at 2:30.  The pastor's morning siihiect-: '* The  Ominiutiion of Saints.' Evening  "AVhat think ye of Christ." The  Kdcrainent of the Lord's Supper will  lie administered at the close of the  pvening service. Strangers in the  city cordially invited to attend.  P. Chapman, the Nelson manager of  the firm of A. Macdonald & Co':,, was  here at the end of last, week and the  beginning of this' busily employed, in  shipping the goods from-?the A. Mucdonald & Co.'s warehouse, south. E.  Appleton. who ran a. retail store in  the wa-~ehouse under the- style of E.  Appelton & Co., has alsojeft to take a1  position again with bis old firm in  tlieir Nelson branch.  Bolton���������"At  2nd, to Mr,  a son.  Watson���������At Revelstoke.on July 30th.  to Mr. and Mrs. XV. G. Watson a  son.  Household supplies arc quite an item, but they  can do your trade a lot of harm or good as you elect.  The housekeeper who buys from us has a guarantee of every article and therefore is sure of satisfaction in quality and price.  We want to keep the good will of our customers  and by 'selling the bestjgoods at lowest prices we aim  to do so.  There's only one conclusion we can-draw.   ... '  WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.'       -, ^-.,.  AHLIN & CO.'S  OLD STAND.  Revelstoke  Swimming  Bath  .U-STo-wr oi=*E*isr  S'������''t*Ss^->:S'������:*^'K:������?K'K'������^$5i^SS!S������'������K  Season (Tickets can be obi ii I nod from Messrs.  McCarter, Fllndt, Crugo or Mayne.  GENTLEMEN   LADIES.    15.00.   J2.50.  and  Ladles' days i     Mondays,    Wednesdays,  Tridays Irom 1 to S p.m.  k5S*.-S_3Ea*'_;_iS'^^^^  THE SIGN OF A TAILOR  What is it? What is it that murks a man us tailor-made at the first glance?  He can he told'a block "away��������� his clothes fir, him. perfectly���������then* i.s the right  cut to his coat and ��������� trousers. The collar and Jlupels are firm.and Miiootb.  Tliere isn't too much looseness here���������and too in.ich tightness there. Everything is neai ly (lone. Bailors, button holes, senilis���������all are. firm and true.  Prices are as low as possible for high class tailoring.  R. S. WILSON.  MERCHANT TAILOR   .  Facillc Ave., Revelsloke, B.C.  READ THE  SPECIAL FEATURES !  63.     HORSES AND PONIES    -63  The Detachment of Roosevelt's Rough  Riders. No "Western cowboys, but  genuine Rough Riders, who took  part in that famous battle of" San  Juan Hill.  **  Sousa's   Band;   burlesqued by Main's  Own Clowns.  BUSH MEN WANTED.  The report of the three captains on  the   navigation   of   the   upper river,  whicli was presented  at the meeting  of the executive council last Thursday  night and appears in another column  of our issue, speaks for itself.   It shows  that short of actual, railway construction this wagotrT-oira_to_tHe_hea"d~of  the canyon, (on having killed which  for this season,' Kellie and :his crowd  plume themselves so mightily),  is  an  absolute necessity to the proper development of t.he Big Bend dislrict.   The  need of that district is a regular and  easy method of transportation into the  heart of the country.   Such a means is  furnished hy the Columbia river,  provided only that   the difficulties  presented by the canyon and  the river  just above it at certain stages of water,  are overcome, which can only be done  hy   a   wagon   road    extending    from  Revelstoke to a point above the un-  navigable water.   The Herald is of  thp opinion that the appropriation  of  $1,000 already made for this purpose  would he found sufficient to,.carry the  road   quite   far   enough  beyond   the  canyon to avoid all the really danger  ous water mentioned in the report.  Two teamsters, foursawyers. three swampers.  TeamMers J3.'.. Sawyer' 132. Swampers no per  month and board. Apply OTTERTAIL SAW  MILL, Ottertail, B.C.  To Rent.  After September 1st, the comfortable quarters on the second floor of my More, opposite,  the Cowan Block: two bedrooms, sitting room,  kitchen.. and ..hall. ^ ��������� Water connection. - For  particulars appl~y at the storeof Mr>"��������� Lawsok.-  IRONESS WANTED.  First Clans Ironens. -wanted at once.    Apply  at the Surprise -Steam Laundry. 60if  Notice.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. H. Mackintosh.  Intend thirty (SO) days from date to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Land" and Works to  purchase the following, tract of land situated  on the cast shore of Upper Arrow, Lake, south  of and adjoining Lot 2451, Group 1: Commencing at a post marked C.-'H. Mackintosh, northwest rorner, said post adjoining the .Southwest corner of I.ot 2451, G. 1: thence cast  twenty (20) chains;* thenco south forty (40)  chains: thence west twenty (30) chains, more  or less, to the shore of uptwr Arrow Lake;  thence north along the shore line to point ot  commencement, containing eighty (SO) acres  more or less.  C. H. MACKINTOSH,  July 9th, 1099. Per/N. K. Townsknd.  A Horseback.Riding Pony.   First and  Only Act of the kind ever exhibited  A Complete Children's Menagerie, Baby  Elephants, Baby Lions and the only  pair of Living Nursing Baby Tigers.  Performing in  One  time  and managed  Ring, at one  by' one  man.  Kerslake, the Vermont. Boy,' with his  troop of'Performing Hogs.    |  10 Beautiful Lady Riders, headed' by  the Circus Queen Miss Rose Dock-  rill.  10 Dashing* Equestrians, headed by the  Brazilian Horseman Martina Lo  Wanda! Jr.  1000' Horses, Men,  ren.  Women and  Child-  Big, New Idea Free Street Parade at io o'clock each morning.  Don't fail to see this mighty pageant and judge the performance  by-the-parade Free exhibition, on circus grounds after parade  A. N. S/niTH,  BAKER,-  SR0CER  ';    ANDCQNfE6TI0NER  Dp-I  have secured  the services of XV. Kault, a  tir.-it class baker from.the east.  'V  Flour bought in carload lots,   t, -'.'K;,_ ;.���������.'���������  Free Delivery, ���������Prompt Service.  Victoria Road East; Kevelstoke.  Largo and Well Lighted  Samplo Rooms   '         *"        Heated by Hot Air and Electric.  --.���������.-���������          -    .      nells and Lipht in every room.  Free Bus: Keels All Trains  -Reasonable Kates   ���������  mmL  Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.  Performances at 2 and 8 p. m.  Gentlemanly ushers in attendance,     .tents absolutely waterproof.  Will Exhibit at Revelstoke on  Thursday, August 17th.  It is idle waste of time for anybody  to talk navigation of the canyon any  longer in the face of the report, or to  say that it is only during a period of  tvvo weeks that it cannot he run by  a proper steamer in perfect safety.  This year there has lieen tip to date a  period of ten weeks during which the  canyon could not lie navigated by any  boat of any use ut all for business  traffic on the upper river. The mining  season in the Big Bend district is so  short that every day lost is i-f importance and the days and weeks and.  perhaps, an this year, months, which  would be lost by a steamboat service,  which could only load at Revelstoke,  are at the \-ery time when it is of the  utmost' importance that transportation  should be available. It would of  course be much better if we could have  a regular service lasting all through  the season right on the river bank  here; bnt nature has forbidden it and  1 it is useless to stand around talking  about it any longer.  To say that there is nothing in the  Big Bend yet to warrant a steamboat  service, and that therefore there is no  use building the road is as much as to  DOMINICK GALLICANO,  McKenzie Ave.   Dealer in   FRESH GENERAL GROCERIES  Specialties:     Soup   materials,��������� macaronis of  every kind, the choicest and best makes.  Olive Oil, Roman Cheese, Vinegar.   Vegetables.  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Third Street, Cptntrr.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods in  town.  Dissolution of Partnership.  .  The partnership heretofore existing between  Baxtc-r Robinson and Kobert Oarke has this  day teen dK"Olved by mutual consent, Baxter  Ito..ln.on remaining In the htisine|.s. He will  pav all accounts connected with theli��������� contracting business and collect all monies for  same. ,      . ,.,.  Revelstoke. July a. 1������������ ROBI*SON.  KOBEKT IIAKKK.  ROBERT CLAIR  Contractor ....  BRICK, STONE and .'PLASTERING,  EXCAVATING, "3EWli,KAGK,  STREET GRADING.  Contract? Taken.  Security given as railed for.  Material furnished If necc-Kary  Notes from,, Ferguson.  Jas. I. Woodrow  "RUTCHER  JOHN V. PERKS, PitorRiETOK.  x.      :  Night Grill Room in Connection for thc Convenience of Guests  ' Arriving anil Departing by Night Trains.  ,BIo������,U*rl__'Sr.t-l'5__d ntation.      ' l%������W-.flgft(g)lhB._    lo^o  CHEAP FIREWOOD  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED/ ROBINSON, at the saw mill  office.* He will deliver at $225 a cord  in short lengths. $1.50 a cord, to those  who do their own hauling.  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING ?  DON'T OVERLOOK THE HERALD  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  !:nTKlnDgnH,.S"ts.-RB������EIf^0KE1B.@.  Chubb & Booth  M. K. Lawson.  rd^gj^_^x������^s=s^__^<i5_afeW_2&_^  ,_,   FIRE INSURANCE^  AU classen of insurable covered  nt fair and equitable rates.  LIFE INSURANCE^,  Policies��������� non-forfeltable, guaranteed values, ca*h loan values,  throughout the history ot tlio  policy.  MONEY TO LOAN^  on good business or residential  property.  Sted.   FAYETTE BUKER,  ��������� f    firli  f..t..t. .t.____LJ..f_..L.t..t.__l..l.,t..t..f ..I..I.  ���������--*--<--������--���������- ->-  TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTT  ATTENTION  Watch attention, careful, experienced, painstaking attention. Attention that will keep its fine  mechanism in perfect condition.  It doesn't take much oil to make It  mark time, but It must have that  ���������mite and have It at the right time.  It Is our business to correct all  difficulties about a watch and make  It keep correct timo. It is our ambition to add to the reputation we  think we have, In no small measure  already established of doing honest,  thorough watch repairing. > Bring  your sick watch -along,  guaranteed.  Work  Our repair department ls In charge  I Mr.'R. N. Doyle, an expert In  English, Swiss and American watch  of Mr.'R  English, E  repairing.  J Guy Barber?  IJ Watchmaker and Jeweler,  -J     McKenzie Ave. "REVELSTOKE.  *+���������*���������***������������������*���������*���������������������������������++*������������������*���������* ���������H-f+'H''.  TO CLEAR OUT  the stock of J.Aikciilie'nd & Co., composed of  Watches, Jewellery and   ,  Silverware ^-,  vto, have reduced prlceaof same to a small percentage above cost, and will continue selling  at reduced prices until July 25. ��������� We also make  a specialty of   Watch Repairing   each Jnh being thoroughly repaired and guaranteed for 12 months.   No cure, no pay.  Mall orders promptly, attended to, and express paid one way.  ,    , E. ,M, ALLUM.  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  +*+**+*+****ll"I H1111111*+  I CITY SCAVENGER^ J  AH Orders Promptly  Attcnded To   JAS. C. HUTCHISON,  **+++*ttt***+++*+tW***'*'W'  Contract  "House  Painting.  ^'t"l^t������'l^'|iil>"tirtutifliifliitiitirtiitiit' .tiiliiliiliilnlti tirl nli  i  *  "i-  *  i*  4-  if-  t  *���������  if  +    *  ...Revelstoke, B. C. 1  2        "  ..... '*  SELKIRK LODGE NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Saturday  evening In Oddfellow.'  Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially  invited to attend.  J. MATHIF, Secretary.  J. PALMER, N.G.  SIGN PAINTING, TINTINO,  HARD OIL FINISHING.  For The Choicest  and Best  Fruits and  Confectionery  Cigars and  Tobaccos  . .TRY . .  MRS. W.J. 12EE'S STORE  Mckenzie avenue.  Ice Cream Parlor in connection.  Meets first and third Tuesday In every month  in the Oddfellows' hall. Visiting brethren invited. ���������  11. VARNES,    '������������������- ��������� VT.E.L. TAYLOR,  Secretary. President,  Miss Steele  Teacher of Music, Latin, Trench, Pencil  Drawing, Landscape and Figure in black and  colored crayons, Oil and Water Color on canvass, silk;,satin, etc. Evening classes in English . branches - and mathematics. Studio,  Smith Block.   .  "U\  A.  H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven year.**  at  Morfa  Works,  Swansea.    17   years  Chief  Chemist to Wigan Coal and Iron Co.. Eng.  Late Chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upou.  -'-  " Revelstoke! B.C.

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