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 OA:'yu.y  J.  k"  tl  /"  our nal.  Vol    V.   No 78  REVELSTOKE B. C.      WEDNESDAY,   SEPTEMBER  18, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  ������������������V4^C*������-t<Nt^������<������4^<M*^d*������Y4V������l*<M  This week we arc offering our  entire stock of Straw and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the newest and nobbiest  styles.  MEN'S   SUMMER   COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  ^ REDUCTION "^  Now in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  and Chiidrens' Lisle, Thread,  .Cotton and Cashmere' Hose.  Also a big stock of Gents'  Hosiery   in   Silk,    Cashmere,.  . arid ' -Cotton,'- ���������- including .'.the  celebrated Health Hose.  If you want a reaJly nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stock.  A few lines left which we are  offering at a great   reduction.  .Don't- forget,. .we., carry.- the._  Biggest Stock of Heavy Hardware in the City.     It will pay  you to  get our  Prices   before  purchasing.  A big shipment of Paints  OHs, Nails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of ali kinds always  in stock.  DYNAMITE,  CAPS,  FUSE.  We are agents for thc celebrated BENNETT   BUSE.  iaa**������-*������-.*r**r'*r'*r'-f'*3**>^  C.B. HUME  &C0  The Agreement Between the  C. P. R. Company and Trackmen.  Tbe Urtna of settlement between the  Canadian Pacilic Railway company  and the ttackinen have been received  by the beiTetary nf tilt; local committee,  ���������a herein it is provided.  "All li-inJs to be reinstated in former  positions and dwellings within two  weeks, without prejudice, with a proviso thai any employes guilty of acts  of violence or actions against the interests of the company, are t.o be considered discharged.  "In case of alleged injustice to any  member of the trackmen's 'organization, the right to demand investigation  is acceded, and should it be proven  that a member has been unjustly  treated, and time has been lost to hiin  thereby, recovery of pay for lost time  is open l.o bim.  "Promotion is provided foraccording  to seniority and merit.  "Conditions are also made that men  shall have:  "Transportation, twice a month, to  foremen and subordinates, to visit  market. Half freight rates for supplies,  at all seasons of the year.  " Transportation to any part of the  line- granted to foremen, once a year,  and to subordinate trackmen, like  privileges over the respective divisions  on which they are employed.  " Increase of pay is provided for.  amounting to !? 125.000, over the entire  system. On the mountain sections  this increase means an advance of  from $1.25 to $1.35 per day for sub-  ordinal e trackmen, aud $1.40 for first  and second bands.  " The company agrees tn recognize  Lhe. union which is authorized to  present a schedule af wages, as is done  by other unions, for the consideration  of the company, the schedule to be  submitted direct to tho general man-'  ager in Montreal.  Under tbis arrangement, the first  schedule will be submitted in March  next."  Copper and the Coppers.  Just now the financial atmosphere is  considerably''agitate"d"b1y*rumors 'of'���������1r  hard-aud-fast agreement between the  large copper producing interests of the  world to maintain the price of copper.  Such an agreement would seem  practicable if no attempt is made to  contend with the inexorable law of  supply and demand; moreover, such  an agreement would steady the copper  market when it would perhaps most  need steadying but it has got to be a  v*.*ry hard and fast agreement regarding production as well as price, for it  is believed that the Amalgamated  Copper company, during a period of  slack demand for the metal, would  have a sufficiently difficult task in  controlling the market against the  steadily growing outside production of  copper without being obliged to contend against the heavy producers.  And this suggests another thought,  namely, that it may he necessary for  tho Standard Oil magnates to operate  the copper market as they frequently  do the oil market, viz.; When  _thc^.*_iproductiqn^o������_oiL_is^expand-  ing faster than the consumption  they reduce ' the price of oil  to a point where drilling for new  wells is stopped, and the price is kept  down until thc relation between production and consumption is more to  their liking." These same Standard  Oil men may, therefore, find it necessary, in order to insure the complete  success of their plans, to thus check  the production of copper, aud the only  means of checking the production is to  reduce the price.���������Western Mining  World.  Time   Table   For Royal  Train.  Mont-heal, Sept. ;,32.���������Thc royal  trail.* which will be in charge of W. R.  Baker, assistant to the go:, ial manager of the C. P. It., i. scheduled  to leave Montreal for V .ncouver at  0 a. m. on Friday, the 'Zxl'J.x, arriving  at Ottawa at 11.45. It" ������ "1 leave Ottawa the following Tucsdiy at 12.30  \t. in., arriving at Winnipeg on the  morning of the 20th and having there  the same afternoon at* 5.30 ;>. m. Sle-  gina is reached at noon of the 27th,  Calgary at S.S0 a. m. on Saturday, the  2Sth,' Banlf Springs at 5.30 p. in. on  Saturday, the 28th, and Vancouver at  11.45 a. in. on Monday, the 30th. This  embraces 10 days on the transcontinental trip. The train will be run somewhat slower than the usual card time.  Thc Royal party will leave Vancouver on Monday night for Victoria  which they reach on Tuesday morning  They leave Victoria Wednesday, October the 2nd, arriving at Vancouver on  Thursday at 10 a. ni., and leaving immediately on their return for the east.  The train is due at North Bay on  Thursday, October 10th, at 6 a. m.,  wliere the Grand Trunk Railway will  take it iu hand, and run it into Toronto the same afternoon. The Grand  Trunk  has  not quite   completed its  schedule for the 10 days the Royal  party will travel on their system, but  at present, after visiting Western Ontario, the Duke and Duchess are tuned  to leave Toronto on the 15th or 10th  October. Tbey will pass through  Montreal or Point St. "Charles during  the night on their way to Sherbrook,  after which they proceed to Levis,  St. John, and Halifax over the Intercolonial.  Car Repairers and the C. P. R.  In spite of reports to the contrary  the questions at issue bet ween 1 lie C.P.  R. and the Car Repairers' Union are  not yet settled. Another meeting is  to he held, shortly at which 'some  decision may be arrived at, but the  terms as proposed by the company,  though conceding certain points, are  not considered satisfactory by all the  members nt the union. One difficulty  is the position of the car-inspectors,  who are now paid by the month and  wbo wish to be paid by tbe hour as  they generally put in some 33 or 34  working days in the mentb. In spite  of this, if tlirough sickness or any  other canse they have to lay oil" lot-  one day out of the 20 which the company figures out they are working in  the month, they are docked a day's  pay. So that a car inspector may  work 33 days ont of 30 and only draw  pay for'23. This is an obviously unfair method of dealing with a class of  men whose duties constitute one of  the most important links' in the chain  of railwav work.  The Pan-American Shows  The Great Pan-American shows  urrived in town this morning at 8.10  and immediately began to pitch their  tents. This show comes well recommended by patrons and press in the  east. There is also the usual side  shows in one of which there appears a  professional juggler, reckoned to bu  one of the very best in his line in the  show business. Tho high diving by  Santiago is also a marvellous feature  and should be witnessed by all. Altogether the Pan-American shows are  good and the management endeavor  to keep everything in first class shape.  There is a doubt as to whether there  will be an evening performance, and  all who can should attend in the afternoon." J. D. Forde, the press agent,  .XI^.l^^y?.S,iI]^Js^rejdU;^;s .this  morning to settle accounts a fact" that  nearly took the. breath away from  the printer as the usual travelling  circus makes the printer hustle for  his monev.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  J. Grady of Golden has been given  the billet of time keeper and timber  checker tor the C. P. R.  The Nakusp it Slocan branch was  opened for traffic lasL week after, being tied up for nearly a. month by the  distraction of the big trestle by bush  fires.  , Dan Cameron of the C. P. It.  passenger department, Winnipeg, is  away on a holiday easL.  XV. Stitt, the newly appointed C. P.  11. general agent for thu Antipodes,  expects.to leave for Australia in about  a month.  Tho Canadian Northern Railway  Co. will start construction of the  portion of their line from the Yellow-  head Pass to the coast next spring.  ��������� A daughter was born to Mr. Robertson of tho C. P. R. shops, Nelson, last  Friday.  D. O. Lewis trainmaster on the Columbia & Western at Nelson, left there  for Revelstoke on Saturday says tho  Miner.  lt has been finally settled that XV.  R. Baker, assistant to the second vice-  president and general manager the of  C. P. It. -will cross the continent in  chat go of the royal train.  R. A. Bainbridga of the C. P. R.  engineering stall", has arrived in Nelson from Nortli Bend. He is accompanied by Mrs. Bainbridge, and it is  understood ho will make his home in  that city for thc* present.  Thirty two cars oil" thc track an d on  fire, Engineer Frank Dahlgren and  Fireman John Campbell, killed, Cond.  Nordtuiist lost an arm and bead injured and Brakeman Blossom shoulder  broken is the ghastly record of a runaway freight on the Great Northern  near Skyhomish, Wash.,,on Wednesday. ��������� "The cause is supposed to be  defective brakes.  -, In-conhection with:-the. New.���������West-*  minster " Exhibition the Canadian  Pacific Railway will sell tickets from  Bevelstoke at.'a rate of $12.35 for the  round trip. Tickets will be on suit*  Sept. 20th and 30th and   October  1st  and 2nd, Lhe return portion being good  until October 7th.  A number of the railway jnen who  had assembled in Montreal in connection with the Trackmen's strike, have  been returning the past week. There  are some very dissimilar views expressed about the negotiation*: and  settlement. Those who supported the  Trackmen the best are the best satis-  lied with the outcome.���������Voice.  Big Bend Not Represented.  II. J. Bourne paid a visit to the  Provincial museum while staying at  Victoria. He reports that there is a  fine collection of B. C. mineral specimens on view, arranged in show cases  by their districts. There is. however,  no case for the Big Bend und no  specimens to put in it from that  district, if there was a case, except a  small piece of Carnes creek ore. This  is a defect which out" Big Bend mining  men intend to take steps to remedy at  once and it is proposed to have Lhe  specimens from that district, which  will be displayed on the Revelstoke  arch in Vancouver sent over to Victoria after the reception for permanent  exhibition in the museum.  County Court  County court opened at 10 a. m.  with Judge Forin on the bench. The  morning was taken up with civil cases,  of which Thompson and Carter v. O.  D. Hoar, a suit arising out of the sale  of a mineral claim was the most interesting. Judgement was given for the  defendant. Geo. S. MeCarter for del.,  F. C. Elliot for pleft".  The case ot for ob  taining money under false pretences  was adjourned till some date this  month.  The case of Rex, vs F. G. Fauquier  came np at 2 p. m. The accused surrendered to his sureties and pleaded  guilty t.o the two charges of stealing  .���������ji20i.i7.J2 and ij.Sll.07 of government  money' in his bands as government  agent at Revelstoke. Tbe Judge imposed a sentence of two years.  Will Be Carried Out.  The following telegram was received  from Victoria on Monday.  Chas. F. Lindmark,  Chairman of School boaid.  Arrangement, with   Prentice will b  carried out.    Government never contemplated withdrawing.   '  ...*,-.; v* -,v- . j.*. *.-*,,. j'AS; -DUN'SMUIK.-' ��������� '  The nhov? message" refers to the  promise'made by Hon. J. D, Prentice  while here that the grant of $8000 for  the ei ection of a new school here should  not be allowed to lapse.  i^������������������������������������^^  REID   &   YOUNG  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  Our Entire Stock of* Summer Goods  Laidesdont   miss   the    opportunity   io    complete y u  purchases   of   Summer   goods   at     BARGAIN     PRICES,  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats  Children's   Headwear  T������o stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get   the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing* are included in the  Also Bargain    Figures   in   Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Our Desire to   make   room  for "Fall   Importations  is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  REID   <&   YOUNG  LATEST NEWS  BY WIRE  PRESIDENT    M'KINLEY    LYING  IN STATE.  itf4������*������������������4f*4t4f#4t*������4**������4t**4m-*C tr*Jtj9i0itmp������>K>&p^  ROYAL  VISITORS  AT  QUEBEC  The President's Assassin Pleads Not  Guilty.-The Royal Navy Pays an  Unwonted Tribute to the Dead President.���������Fatal Explosion of Gas in a  Colorado Coal Mine.���������Pekin Restored  to the Chinese.  Washington, Sept. 18.���������In compliance with the earnest wishes of  Mrs. .McKinley that the body of the  late President should rest at their  home in Canton. Ohio, after laying  in state in the rotunda of the Citpilol  all day yesterday. the remains  were escorted to the railway station  last evening and will arrive at Canton  today.  The bulk of the president's fortune,  which though handsome, does not  amount to what would be called large,  is left to Mrs. McKinley.  Quehec, Sept. IS.���������The first day's  welcome to the royal visitors was a  great success.  The' garden party, which was to  have taken place yesterday, was cancelled at the request of the Duke and  Duchess of York out'of respect to the  late President 'McKinley. At 11 a.m.  a grand naval and military review was  held, at which 5,000 troops marched  past their toyal highnesses, after  which the duke presented the Soulh  African volunteers with medals. The  weather was fine in the early morning,  hut turned to. rain later.  Spuing Gulch, Colorado, Sept. 18.  ���������A frightful explosion cfj;as occurred  Monday evening in a coal mine here  belonging to the Colorado Fuel and  Iron Co, One hundred men were at  work in the mine at the time of the  explosion'and   it   is   feared   tbat .the  axplosion-KsuIted-in'thc instantdeath  ofall'ofthem. *    .  Buffalo. Sept.' 18���������CzoIgosz, who  was arraigned at tbe, county court on  Monday, but refused to plead or say a  word, entered a plea of not guilty  yesterday through his ' attorney, who  reserved the right to withdraw the  plea. The trial was set for Monday  next. As the prisoner was being  taken back to the jail, a surging crowd  made a determined rush to get at him  but the police escort was successful in  keeping them back.  The efforts to connect the Chicago  anarchists with a plot to murder President* McKinley will have to be abandoned and the prisoners will be released.  Washington,Sept. 18���������As the result  ofthe crowding during the public view  of President McKinley's body yester-  ''day-ntrtHe'CapitolriTIafgo "nuni'Bef'^of���������  people were injured. Fifteen cases  were sent to the hospitals and it is  estimated that over. 50 women and  childern more or less were seriously  injured.  London. Sept. 17.���������The British  Admiralty has ordered American flags  to be hoisted at half mast on all the  warships in port and the Union Jack  and white ensign to be half masted  until after President McKinley's  funeral. This is.'the first occasion that  such an order has been- issued for the  Pri'sideut of a republic.  Vancouver, Sept. 18���������The Empress  of India arriving Vancouver at midnight brings S3 gunners of the Royal  Horse artillery return ing to Knglnnd  aftur service in China. This is the  lirst time troops have been sent home  by this route.  Washington. Sept. 18���������Presidsnt  Roosevelt has requested all members  of the cabinet to retain their position  throughout his term.  DESPATCHES IN Bit .EF  Wind and rain storms on Monday  did considerable damage to the decorations for the royal visit in Montreal.  Heavy gales on the great lakes on  Monday did great damage to shipping.  Several wrecks are reported nnd  several vessels had to put into port in  distress.  A Budapest despatch reports the  drowning of 23 persons by the wreck  of a ferry boat on a flooded river In  Croatia.  Tne Chinese troops entered Pekin  yesterday. The     American    and  Japanese troops simultaneously Rinded over the forts occupied by them to  the Chinese authorities.  It is learned that an international  congress to discuss measures for dealing with anarchists will be arranged  before the end of the tear, !*i*.������^' W^j^rtS kMifrr  aw^r^Jaan^narxirsrr^it"^  ft  y(bl(il(t ffeniltf mid f[.*i*u'au  it���������  ^  loiU'Hiil,  Pilbll.tlicil Uy  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,    :  Jlftiiajjiiit' Director.  FRIDAY AND NEW . j /���������-crft^^'vv:^  WESTMINSTER. ���������: &*.i^r���������^i'-r\j^^^>rj^st^c^  m^mM^^mywmmmm^M&&mmmmmmm^mm^  A Semi-Weeklv Journnl piililislicil In tlie  interests of tlio railway men. .nlulii**: men unci  business men of the West. Dnys of l'nblieiuiou  WiMlnesilay anil Saturday.  AllVKlllISIXG KATES.  Display ails.', $1.60 per ineh; single eolumn,  fi per ineli when inserted on title pneo  Legal ads., 10 cents per inuli (iionparlel) line  for lirst insertion; fi cents for ennli additional  insertion. Local indices lu cents per line each  issue. Uirlli, Marriage and Dentil Notices  free.  SUIISCIlllTION   ll.VTKS.  By mall or carrier, 52 per annum; ..1.25 for  six months, strictly in advance.  OUH JOB DEl'.UiTMKNT.      .  Isone of the best equipped printingofiices In  the West and prepared to execute nil kinds of  -priming fn first (-Ins? style at honest prices.  One price to all.' No job too Inrtto���������none too  small���������for ns. .Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a trial on your next order.  7 TO COKI'.ESI'O.VIJEXTS.  We Invito correspondence on any subject  of interest to the general public. In all cases  the bona lido name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not necessarily for  . publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  ?-LC.  NOTICE TO COHIIESl'ONnKXTS.  1.���������All    correspondence    must   be  'lcglbly  . written on one side of the paper only.  ���������J.���������Correspondence containins. personal  matter must be signed Willi the proper name  of Ihe writer.  Ci.-. GKOGAN, "Editor.  Wkonksdav, Au(u;st IS, 1001.;  A'-ROYAL: S UGGESTION.  ���������r***i  '���������"���������>/*  4������  v*s  S*  sit  b  J-Ti'  :*5?N  m.  m\  s/"l  m  &���������  ���������V  :V  s  .The suggestion 7: Lhat '���������',-. sulviii'iliige  should he takmi the presence of Hip,  Duke oi York on this/ continent. Xo  appoint'.time as;the Veproscntiitiytv, ofthe Eiii'pire aL the funeral of Presideht.  McKinley, is a right royal one and  proves -that under King '../E J ward's  guiuiince'the policy inaugurated by his  great; mother .aiid     predecessor,    of  : cementing by every possible -method.  the friendship between llio Empire and.  /���������the United: States; will be; '..steadily.  pursued. -Vlb is on/such occasions :lliat  ��������� the things -that are -petty arid transient  "sink otibbf sight and only those that  ;-1 real ancl worthy receive consideration.  7 president:rMeKinley;/. represented���������'*.';'to.  ���������::';;:'Uie'-AiHei'iciitLniinci>'iir  and most honorable in ; the national  ;>; ideal.;.;7 His "sudden taking; .6iV,.v.--,w.h.ile.  '7: in the':'. very, zenith /of '.���������'.liis��������� i cxalted  : career, has lieen a blow to our i'l'jencls  ./���������and cousins?; across Jtlie, lino even; in  :'/'���������' some respects more bittertlian wits to  '-' 'us the pitssiiiK away; of r our own; late  ��������� beloved (iueen.Tiioy gave; us freely  ';; of their sympathy Vthen;;aii(V bm';;owii,  ': response.is as S|iontiineous and /heart-;  " felt now:- The presence-of; the'Wukc  ':" of York, the future.King; of: England,  / ��������� 'sis the J Imperial/-���������epi'.eserit'iitiye.'iit the  ;,'*���������   fiinera! 'diisecjii.es   of; the  late, chief  '���������-magistrate'of the great republic';:\vill.  '/ be.fraught ..with; tienienclous signili-,  Citnce, it will be greatly appreciatetl in  the   States   and cannot   but   tend ,to  '"< weave .another strand in 7the7 cord  which, "; in" spite  of; pur ^occasional  ,! "bickerings, hinds tlie 'great empireand  the [great, republic   together   in;- .an  v alliance, am written and/impalpable; it  -is true, but ltiore'; real-arid binding in  fact; than, if-;.confirmed '.by a dozen  treaties, each  attested  by  it/score ,of  .,.'���������'��������� diplomats. '���������.:.'���������'���������/���������  ��������� '/;.;.''  President McKinley i.s dead .-uni  the j _*,/;j  Duke of York islanded  but .lue   .M.*u-|J(,d  tin    is   always   with   us.      And   soil,  happens that  to   .I'ritish   I'olumbi.-ins  the event  of nex't lj'riday'.s election at  New Westminster remains an   object  of considerable interest in spite of  lhc  stirring' events being enacted   on   the  greater stage of the world  around us.  If Mr. Gilford gets in  the kuow-it-nil.*;  at thc .coast   say   Premier   Dunsmuir  will resign.     Nobody   has aa yet ventured   far   enough   a. field   into   the  realm of prophesy to even hint at who  has the best chance* to-.fill   his   shoes  but in this connection it  is worthy  of  notice that Sir   l.lenry   Joly   iim! not  Dr. .Mclnnes is at   present   iieutcn.i'nt  governor of the province.      It   is   extremely   unlikely,   if   all one hears to  his good is true, that.Sir Henry would  tolerate for oiio'mouicnt   a   repetition  ofthe  scandalous farce,   which   kept  British Columbia divided between  lit.*-'  of amusement and di*--gu'st   during the  early months of last year.      If on   the  other hand Mr. lirovvti is   the   chosen  of the electorate, the immediate future  is also rat her obscure.      In that event  M.r. Dunsmuir will probably meet  the  next session of,the legislature arid,   as  far as any body endowed with ordinary  perception     can     estimate     at     thi.**.  distance   of   time,���������-inevitable defeat.  But no one can  say   whether   in ; the;  meanwhile Mr. ICberts and Mr. Prentice will elect to   go   down   with   the  wreck'iof   a   'combination'   :-formed  against llieir, . own ^.strenuous ,opi>psi-,  tion,or   will   give, by   resigning, Mr.  Jlartin   aiiother   chance   lo ; HU, for a  brief* space   tlvo    nominal  .-Pro!c   . of  Attorney General and the real position  of leader of thec.'tbinet.    tu any event  the doom of'the combine is written si)  plain that a schoolboy of 'ordinary intelligence : can   read  it.       The really  marvellous; feature   of;;   the:; /whole  situation;isv;what*)Mr. -Martin can.;;or  ever could have, expected.- to gain   by*  this' fresh/, trick -on , the    electorate.  OneAvbiild-thiiilc/'ii.;: politician'yLiii-y his  reputation foi' asttitoncss cbiilcl hardly  ;hiiye   failed .to;/'gather.;by: this tinie:  that itw.'is liotVaiiy thing ..in.his poliey.  iind (platform   but:; Ilia   tocr;db\'ic>us  persona] selfseeking7and his open7 and:  "cyniciil/.V'-.di^  ���������rtilcs'-'fob-k'tho; political.; :ganit;; .whicli  killeil ������������������liiiii.'������������������; with';' the ; electorate,:.Iast  'yesi.i'.-.'r'.v.i lad; h'd.'becsiV content to .^wait,,  to carry on.ii/propeivoppbsitioii : to the  government, :;fp;;7p!ay;:. the j* game  as*'.���������thc'h avenige '-.inaii ;.thinks-: it  ought;..' ttr; be played, ':lui :wtiuid have,*  bt*en just as;likely to come'.6i.it.:pri i-fip:  ;,atlheeii'd''bf.fc)ur.'yeiii's,vas..:iJIri:;.p.u'n's*;  luiiir's succcior. as anylibdyelse. [Tlie  government, :in;;S|>ite of.: theiriliberal  ���������experii'litiire, was not: apcip.ular . one.;  ���������"-on ;t.ho- .:(:pntrary, it* :had managed  to .'array iibth capital as ^represented  by th" niine owners, and labor. in.Uie.  persons of the striking .1 racikmen: and  niine'rs', Vigitinst it. .-A; far less . wily  leitdcr ��������� 'ciii'���������'���������-, the /opposition; th.*m Mr.  Martin inight yer}-; 'easily r have made.*;  rio cud of.'.political capilal.^out of the  government's   5ius .rif   oinis.siun  .and  '   ���������     '   ���������     " i  commission. ..even;; during 'the* first 15. j  riiontiis o.f,:its . career.:' Butu tliis open ;  and above l*u*'.'d line ..of attackdiditiot, i  sort, with MivMartir.Vjieciiliar kinkof j  political genius. The.'otily line; ;toj:  power, he recogniatts is Lh.it "of trickery j  _^Vd___a_-lieiiiiiife.^-Oi'a^ b's^rrn  jiiL^ihiLa  SPAGE RESERVED FOR  DE.. RESERVED FOR  l-tl        lit     II  PHOVISIONi  fr *!���������  &1 ������������������'���������  ^ -i ���������������������������'.���������.  Revelstoke,  ������������������Station;-."     ���������  i<i$>J&Z!$2:  BAKEIt,"- CONF-ECTIOXER,:  and caterer Kte. '  9    '-. ���������     ������������������ ������������������'���������������������������'  ;;       CHOICE GROCERIES.;        ^  I'.��������� .;' GRAHAM BiiEAD;      :::  p      .Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  ty LL :   LL. -y   yyy'y'y  l-Ly77-7^77-7yy  ^ ?.l'ail orders iirbtnptly. and carelully  $ attended to..  i '*���������". iri7::''7y:7  g P.;0,Kox;  3':-'>":.;iS3.':.,.-'  leyeisioke,;B^Gi  s; ���������       ;:Ice;Cream-:   ; ;.*;^;s  ^ Home Made- Candies ^  ^ '.".'a spoci-tilty;* '.���������.'"���������'-.Vy'.." ������:  ������',"'���������' L7,77.y-y'L77.L7yi:%  Larue nnd Well ..it'litetl  .Situii.te 'tooms    .   ;  lleutcil by Hot Air nnd -TCloctrie  Hells unit Ijlfjht ill every room  Free litis Meets All.Trnlns.    .   ;, ;  /Heiisoinlble Unles ....  :;..:>.  7 :;^HOTELl^ICTOBIA^''7,  v*.:'-;10HN A^PERKS, PitiiritiCTOR . ,y  7 Niglit   Grill Ico*)*iiiut'-.iuieetloii for the Coiiveiiienee of.Giie.sts':  lIourly-KtroelCiir '���������/ ���������'���������'���������.'.' :.'  lletweep,Hotel ir.il Station  :^(i^(ilst������fe,;lloCc  ******** ****************** *****-i���������** ******************  .' r* ������������������ ������������������-������������������:.-.    - :'��������� :���������������������������-, .���������.',*'    ������������������..;.:.::',���������,., ���������-.*' ,;������������������.*..- ���������..    - .-   Z   ���������  ��������� J*   '"Ay- V';vvv.;   *v.*;:: ������������������--��������������������������� ���������':-.;- .-������������������������������������7-y -V-.' - ���������.-.,- .-���������.-���������������������������.-*���������       -' .���������:;���������" .-���������. o..": .;-;������������������';���������'-- <:::-������������������*���������,  uH5JQ2Z_99UaI5**r:  WWMMr:&R&smM\i::f&  fe?l'"j i'Ly-LL LL,.:'---LLL- ':���������>���������:���������:���������:,l-y'^y yLLLLLLyiSii  '&&'i  ���������?<&������������������'���������  r.'A :���������  &������*���������������������������  ::MiJliii@ry";  mm  .. 13 ARG A INS  ; fo, | a  y:.m..LL.L:.7L.:,y^y.;^..,,..,,,,..f.,,,,.  About (iolieiiltliy [limits iiielii'liiis* Kiisiililiis,-  Clcriuiiiiins, lleKon ins, Kte., from: 2Sc. up.  viards.7. (Jul! enriv mul get tlie elioiee. : Sale  begins'. Monday,''���������'Aua:.'':Ai2ih*;''.V: Store, -on  ���������MiickeiiJsicAyoiiue;''**....*^.*;'���������;: :.*;:���������'':^*- 'LyLLLLi-'.'-'��������� '  iy M RS.:;;7iG.;^r.U.R N R 0.*3Sv-v  Sif*  '���������"������������������ Tlte Latest/and Most:::  ;,';.-.;:;;,."Stylish;.Hats.A:;,;;.-;,?:.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  01  *t*������V  :it IS UPTO US.  ' They sire expecting big things of us  in.Vancoiivei*and we must live  up; to  their expectations.    According to  the  scheme of   the   reception  committee,  the arch whicli Kevelstoke alone of all  .the towns in the; province,   is coytrib;  utitig to Um decoration of llie niret't.**  along whicli lhe loyiil- prn.essioi!  will I -jyi^ linie the  pa.-iS, is to besyhiijolicaiof  tlio  princi*   .,���������������,,',.,.���������������. adout whist hii.s.b.-tppeiieilcvi'i,*  pal industry ofthe district. " ��������� T^ere  '������   in Mr. M;trti.iv* uiin-J.  verv little doubt as to  what theupi'in-( '-;��������������������������� \       =���������r���������-~~~  already had th.*ii; the people of; British ,.  ColunihiaWill not. "K)!erai.e that, clas** I  df'hic.rikeying'.AVitiv.' tlie'.-..hand" wngon, i  but it has' not had .apparently the i  slightest'..:..''feet epon -. him.: .'.-Thc.i;r-1  most he������no m'stake. about t.iie: urlu-'i  rati vi'.<]ii.-ilit ies of Uie next.one. ��������� Mr. ���������  ���������Martin's"C.-ilibi*e ul' itiu-llec.i. appHreii 1.1 y,j  refpiires.lhe-Wliele Sid*:* of ia-. street.'toi  drop on it hefyre it take." .i Inmblc*. i  -_(_ bu:.ii,tj., jit)t,*tih;Ui.y .  ' h.      '  l'Pl:MB;7;.|l  f   is bettor tbiui riches :.= :.  ..'..;.:;.  '.   -������������������'������������������������������������  We:lun*e tlie n'iimo of: miiWInt;  * tlieonlv stvli-'ii Suits in Town, ,..���������:.  '���������������������������. . ��������� for .-ifiiriimli'ty um! quivllty. ;���������;.���������  ! '".-tliey ulyo iv*i:el.'; "'*,:.  i^lai^TR^ONE;;;  ,;Hotice:;:tp;Cp'jpwners.:.:'.,:';i:,  ���������'i S'. I'iiirr-r-ini iiii.-I: nil:'<itlicrs''>!������liiiliii?  ;;i:*.MU:.'.i Jniii nny in(;i.*ri.**>t in llie eliihns  .li..ri;!rnit!i'r irieiiii.jiied,;'  v.7 ������������������* .''.,-77;..;';..;.:-  >.li:r llie SlMi'.'rii! Aet, |H'i7, unirrimendinents  ic  !.���������<������  W7miNiNGWy7;7W:7  ^A^QNTRAGTO^;:;:;  fr  fr  Lfr~  fr  fr '  fr'  fr  ��������� fr  :$ -  -Jl  ;'���������*���������  ��������� ���������*,'���������  t:  y'Lyyi/iyti^esf  Good accommodation.   A/.good Bar, well supplied;with ;  ..;:  Choice Wines,  Liquors arid Cigars.     /  ���������Free/,Bti5.::::Meets::;:Ali^;Trains;.  ������r������i^ii/  .fr-L:  :fr ������������������.;-  fr.y.  ���������V    :;.  fr ���������"���������  fr "':  .*������������������:  -fry-  .fr:',  ��������� ���������*>���������  ''������������������*':���������.  ��������� ���������*��������� '���������'.'  '���������.'*.;  '���������-*.'.���������'.���������  " *.:';  .*.:������������������  :fr::'  ���������Lfr'L  '".fr ".  ������������������;*���������������������������::  *.'.;  AU-'kihds:of:. mi nitig/cph tracts./  / taken -and /workf exa('*'u'ted;;.i/n ii//;  /workuianlikc'niaiiher.i;;v":;/;/ LLl  PRICES ON 'APPLICATION.;/:"  Ably furnished/with 'tiie /  .-'Choicest.^./.; tHe/.^.Maricet.C  /.'affords.': y-Lyfy/Ly., ':Ll':: L:'L  :/v.//  Large,17;:Light.bedrdcrnis.;/:':::, V;  ;������������������ 77.:yt Rates. Ji/a' day. //, -,;.; ���������/:/;;/';;///  ���������-'///Monthly/Rate;[!:''':'7\y: 7'7ii;L-7y  J: Albert Stone:; :���������;? Prop  lipACS  pal industry of this ilistrit t is. and our j  showing of ore on the arch should/ In:  made as attractive aiid rcp'ruifhtutive.j  a.s pofc.sihle. U'e : i-a.ii produce, nn j  exhibit of ore from this diM rid second |  to no section of Kootenay. and "thi*' is, i  ���������SLI.GlITLYi(JFF7  Sonn'-body'luiM, her 11 filling iif>.. l-ln*  Viini*ouv.*r'f.>i-ov.iii'i'.'i* lo the efVecf, Miki.  l.hi' lirst, 'Anglican....lu'sh'op "*' .the  diocese of Kooienay is In be'������������������ filer{.><| ,n,,  NfiTlcK ��������� -IU-. HIvKlvItV lilVKN-iliHtwe^K.  .���������.S.curiv inii] H. J.IS*'/nr..>i*. i.itve |ier(onm*.l-nil  ?ii,- )i***..'*--iiJtnt wofii i*iii lite l*'nirvb'*v, IV.'Icln.'r  .Sriiblim,  Vii'iorm  I v,.,.\Sui4������ .!.ciif.'''Wiiiiiin������j.'l!  .:,.'    ;;:^ ,]ii   i'ii*;.Li  i-i'M";-*    ***.Ui*:'.'     In  f-.f/>!i(..'t Ii^<>; ll!i *:iii. ftr (brKT.i* v:.*!>f<il:<>: 7*11 ii 1 lili  i*Pvl������K>n (i! iv.*i: KoPC'.'irrtv,' !*>r*iit������r'l  ill .("iirnxl  I'.-*-*.;   hull   r..-.,T-.bittt,   lu:::L-U,lit: on   lIliM.'fl-U'l  -������������������-.it'..ii'il*>*.-. i--'.;>;-|iiiil  "-lull .(.'Hi. piiS-i-r-'ii'i.' It"'1  j*. ,.,.-,.j,..,| i,������������������*, >.,..-   nl   ati   intefi'*:'   (n   lli'i" *'iil'l j  ������������������i'il(i*!':ii .*!ll.'l!:^ llii''���������IK*;fl0f*l***-f t'"'<l" ''f   I1'**.*',   for j  ;':< -hn-"' -*.' ii"7' ii*.*:-���������'(.*-.���������'io: '.<���������-.irU ������*.f tie* y.'or*.  :'*'i.|. Vni'i inul i"-H. uii'l ''nn ujilu.*.. *iil>l aUntice* I  * "i- an! i.iii-l nitlibi !iin*;!f i'Ih!" [fin  llu'.' JlrM ;  <'..;>.;,.-;.!;.>u ���������',< 'lliil Iftit'i-.' ������ <���������  '���������il'l'l!   |ir������W"l lO'j  ,-,',(,;*,l".,i,*!".l.*l;!l.l"|.'llt. ee.-'l':*! "- i.covbi* ll by j  .-'��������� '���������(lo:. il.. v.' ',ii*' Hl.isri*.! Act Amcndmont Act,' j  ��������� j00.; ''   .,-'     ,.''." "-.' !  i-iUiita! It.*i*i*l*,*i<il:e.: fl. (.:,'l<iis'"'>llj .bi}-: of|  -n*i(.*!iiiwr,'ii.vl.        : .   :".   :'  '/****"**'***'**^.'1;''M'f^  ���������%&  . tii-li  Ltii&i  ���������v-v;^-:*  yiS4l--   rmiyyyy':  7  t.lrJ.i  , .......   ,";..---..;  :LiX?2.::Ly.y'.LLyyy:  -.���������..tea���������-?*.������������������:���������-.. ..:.'���������;.":���������-;:>.'  , .!?<$���������'"���������:l777.::  l7^l PRIME  ':^,:h:v::.-.-'77  .;BEEFipP0RK!;'|mU4iT0Ni:*^:SAUSAGE.  ^ilMH-lNI^'/GAMESlNiSEASbNll^  |gWH������HAH.IUIHU������������l������.������llUIUUJ  ���������""���������III   IIIIIIIIIIW  'xyiAiriio}iivxo.:ioi::777K,7:7777r7 7;^  r7p-ry/7yk.rjiii&:  y:.y fiolil,.Siiyer:)'.einl mill CopperMiiios/wiiiiteil at. tbo;CaP~K*<eliiiiiBu/7'::7:'LLy'yL^.:'..  '���������,"'.7:Free MMlin*,' cjobt Properties wanteil tx'. oiioo for Jiiistdrn investors. ,  =.;:;   y,-A;;'/������������������ ���������'.  :; I'ii riles li iVviii*; iii In hit; property for sale are requested to semi, samples of thoir ore  to tlio.Kxeliniiire: for Hxliibl tion. :.���������:.��������� ���������-���������- -.*������������������������������������-.*.7 ."',":���������.'"'';7". ���������.:;������������������-,:���������': "';.:,';.       ''";.:,:  ..All sain,'ies,slionkl be sent:by express .ProimitlL  '���������; :.    ��������� A.lilress all eoinninnieiitions to".'":'��������� "  Corresponileace solicited.  ANpREW������!F:^ROSEtfB������R0E  It: il.*I'aKSON, I'resiiieiil. :  ���������M.' .1. O'URIBN', ilaniiKllig Director  MdSpiritebl  r.iiiilleitl.iiiblllty.  lA'ND:  it,  Soo Line-  Co-Owners  a fact", which the .'opportunity, nf l.hi.i ��������� ..he next, incetin^ of !%��������� '.syti'id of. the  arch should be seizctltipon', to.enipha- 'dioeew ni Xi*w ;YVe.-.t.iiiin:-fier. whieji  ..size. A.s the lone representative of i uieet.K in: Viaiicouve:*/in "a couple , of  Kootenay,1 one of the most widely |wei;iks.": The /Province, even iedi'.n so  mtries of'niodeinf {:il':^ u> "leiitifJri'hwo'r  ,!���������'. McCvirrv,  H.-j. Bourxk  .i  Ho tics' to Go-Owners.  adverliscd iiiiniii^ cfi'.ii  times', we cannot do less. .Speciruens  of every variety nf minernl existiiifc in  tin jfJJK liend, Illecillewaet, Itcvelstnke,  p'isli river and Lardeau sections should  be displayed on the arcli and we will  undertake to say that, if the mining nun  of these districts sec that this is done.  the mayor will havi** erected an incii  which will he a credit to the city and  district, worthy of the loyal reelings  with which; we welcome our roya  visitors and a revelation In the tlinus  anils of spectators from the Pacific  :.Coast, who that day will cro*,v<l5the  streets of Vancouver, of the mineral  wealth of North Koolenny.  ���������ij'ehd areul.le- !  I-TO r.ioi.'.uiu .'���������'(.br.u.Mii,.  men, both very well known, iloulitles*  in   Viincouver,/ but   one 'Hf wboni/at | JSIp^ffi^  least /most    Anglienus'' in    Kool.eniiy | ([.'tr..-  don't know from n. bale fit hay. its   the j j',;,J*  probable eiindlilii.t.es  foe  the .position"!  With all due   deference   to   the   prevalent dohisionin Vancouver thai; tbe.  Hootl people of   that   pi*r,gfessive   eif.y  .���������ire fhe whole works  l>of.ji   in   church  and state, thelf K(i.\ l.n would venture  to HutfKf'Hfc' thitt the New  Westiiiiiiflfer  synod has no more power .l.o   elect   a  bishop for Kootenay   than    it    has to  appoint an 'arch-bishop of Canterbury.  Somebody hns been bavin;;   the   Province on toaut.  IMPERIALS v  ;7:/r:/'7;;LIMiraD^'  ./��������� Sutrling/Jiine ibtli, ���������.,..���������  w;il!  make the run from Goast to  ��������� Coast in    ���������.;-:'>,, ..  rs  .ill ���������;.,��������� 'a,*:**,.-*..s:ni*i!t :\'.i'k. nil thn "floidi-r  inl'irt'Oi.) clfitm, **tlii������t.vl"'m Hi'; 'livi'le  ii FriTi-ili'-lui'l ivIeCnlloflf, '..'r'1'.'lf.i, nt tho'  .1' liri'inii'l- ll"������ fbwiti in (lift Ili������ l!ni-.il  |ji������rrii!t.'of \v.;-l; Knoti'iniy, lociiteil. HJtli .->.*|.*  t.Mriiiin', JM������ iire.i. reeonii."!. 21 Hepl'imbor, IS'.h1  iiiiil iiml. I'.iebnril MrUiiii-fiii'l tli������ .rw'onli-il  fi..*,*!i!if of nii'>*b'ii!'f * liuormt in Kiibl iiiliieoit  eliilm 11ns liCfli'i.-i.wl. to flu 'liMsburo of tbe  *.V!,rUor lo i.n'y for Mm... for.lbe j-eiir.i K*S, W/.i.  Ii'nii uiui 1 Ti'> 1.   Noilfn W liei'nby   KlV'ii   If tu''  ;'lil*l      I'ielniril   Sll-llUtTXlxiiV' tlnxx.    llllli.'ll   Slllll  "liiiri?e������ lire piiid witiilu ninety 'biynoft.be  Ilrst. pn bl leal Ion of tliis nolle..,' weslnill proeceil  lo r.'S'.onl hjiI.I ili*lliif|iii.nt iiileroHi.nn provlflon  by siM'tluii 11 t.i Hn; '���������Mineral Aet Aiiieniliiient  ,\rt. num." ...   .- ,  luiteit nt  i!.*vi*b;tr.k". V: C, Olli A HjjllHt, 1001.  \ I,. Ii. 0 HA HAM.  I lillS I,U>'I>.  (io-oivner������  ���������0  WHEEL FOR SALE  On bii le one tier. ?i;."i; Columbia cluiin bicycle  Will tnkeir.'lolbir.i/orit. ���������   ���������     ..  Apply 1IKB.M.D Olllco  Clicnp Rates  Now in Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. VV. Uradshaw,  ���������   AKCnt  IteTClstokc.  J, E. Coyle.  A.isl������t. Gon.  ra������soti*;cr Agent  Vancouver.  MlUlUJRCtll^  ^JEMERAL C0MMISSS0N MERCHANTS.  Campbell Avenue.  Revelstoke, B. C.  WBrtsataaaaaaa  ::;x;,REVELstoKE^-^.::  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A GMllenge   /  Wc/cliallenge anyone in  /Revelstoke   to give substantial   reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  ���������In   exchange Ave offer to  give iogood reasons why  "Chine:-.!.. iHu:n.iries should g  not be patronized.  BUKER &SAXT0N,  Proprietors.  THE QTY^EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  l'nmiiit delivery of pnrdcls,.iMKcair'e, etc.  L.;.;....    7  to any part of tlie city .". Lr.y:v\y.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  . All   onlcrs left nt K.'M.'.Sihytli'c'M .Tobacco  .Store, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  attention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  "���������������������������:���������������������������,       ������������������ ������������������-ti*  Hct.'iH Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.... //  All orders promptly filled.  y:::m 9     ��������� ���������'  n  I  \\')'s  a  1 i 1 Wi W'  il 'la^fL.  _ss_i__S S^������ ^p*7  ea   '-sis? ta ?& res-a  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining*, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Oentre, its  attention has always heen drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway  news in whicli railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings a&ecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper published in the district, which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as'an advertising _ medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and pniee supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Golumbia. The class of ^pi|k turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much^larger  Printeries.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only printing' house in the district>_b_ut^it-does:  claim to be  And in a position to give as pood value for the  money expended, either for advertising", space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Golumbia. Write for Samples ol Printing.' Alljwork  turned out promptly. One price to alL ISTojob  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail. '   *  Printed and Published by  Lim IT ED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  a  i  a  S  ,Tt*3������*X^m2S&33tt*'l^^  jjj,iii  fM. SCOTT  LEGAL  a a., tup,.  minister,      Solicitor,    Xotarv    Public,   Etc.  McKenzie Avenue, itevclstoke Stiitluii.  Money to lonn.  H  AKVKV, M'CARTEa,& PINKHAM  .    -.arrislcrs, Solicitors, Kle.  Solicitors forlmnerlal Hank of Ciiniula.  Coinpanv funds to loan tit S percent.  I'iiist Htiikkt, lievelstoke Station, H. C.  CHURCHES  .Min'-IODIST (-HUKCII,  HEVKLSTOKK.  I'rcacliiiifX services nt 11 a. m. anil 7:30 p.m  Class nieetine; at the close of. tlie morning  service. Sabbath School and Hi bio Class at3:3U  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  oveniu*-; at 7:MU. The public arc cordially  Invited.   Scats free.  Ilev. C. Lai-neh, l'astor.  ,-T.  I'EIIill S Clll'liCH,  ANGLICAN.  KiKht a.m., Holy I'.iicharist; 11 a.m., mntins,  '.itanv and sermo'n (Holy Eucharist lirst Sunday iii the month); l!::io Sunday srlinol, or  children's service; 7::������U I'-vensoug (cliural) ami  sermon. Holy Days7��������� Tho Holy Eucharist is  celebrated at 7 a.m. or S a.m., as nunonut'Cd.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School iU3:lfl.  0. A. l'l'.ocu.NiKit, Kector.  l'KK.SllYTEWAN   CIIUKCII.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to wliich all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  8.i. in. everv Wednesday.*  iiev. w. c. Cai.im:i!i Pastor.  I.nMA.N'Ci.TIIOMC CIIUKCII.  Muss   nt 10:30 n. in.,   ou   lirst,   second   mill  fourth Sundays in the monlh.  Iti:V.   PATH Kit   THAYKK.  SALVATION   All.MY.  .Meeting everv nisht in their Hal! on Front  Street.  SOCIETIES.  L. II.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every "Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull al 8o'clock  Visit iii}? Knights invited.  Bucic, O.  O.     :     :    :    :    :    :  F. B. Lewis, K. ok R. Si S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  Regular meclini,'S aro lield lu the  Oddfellow's Half on the Third Friday of ench month, at S p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. G. BIKXEY, ltec.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at "Morfti   Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Chemist  to Wigun Coal and  Iron Co.,  Kng.  I.ate i.licinist nud Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined t*,������u ropoitod upon.  Ferguson, B.C.  Red Rose Dogroo meets second nnd fourth'  Tuesdays of each month; White Iloso Degree  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethron welcome-  WJI. WATSON'. " 1IV. EDWARDS,  President. Secretary.  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DKKH HEADS, I1IKT1S, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned anil Pe,-aired.  JUST EAST OK  PltESJlYTEKlAX  CHURCH,]  Third Street.  Certificate of Improvements  Has Been Arranged in the  Under Mentioned Cities as  Follows.  CALGAKY.   ...    ._,.'-  Sept. 2S, S.30 a. ni.-������*Ari'ival of  royal  tram.  S.45 11. in.���������Inspection of Northwest  Counted Police; presentation of  decorations and medals.  10 a. in.���������Great assembly of Indian  tribes.  1.30 p. in.���������Luncheon atthe barracks.  3 p. 111.--Typical northwestern exhibition��������� steer roping, broncho rough  riding, cowboy races, etc.  4.15 p. 111.���������Departure of royal  train.  VANCOUVER.  Sept. 30, 11.45 a. in,���������Arrival of royal  train.  Noon���������Presentation of addresses at  Court House.  12.30 p. in.���������His Royal Highness will  be graciously pleased to open the  new Drill Hall.  12.45 p. 111.���������Presentation of decorations and medals.  1 p. in. ���������Luncheon at the Drill  Hall.  3 p. tn.���������Visit to the Hastings SaW  -Mill.  3.43 p. ni.���������Drive through   park,   returning   by   Brockton   Park,    at,  which place there will be   a   large  gathering of school children.  5 p. 111.���������Leave Vancouver.  VICTOltlA.  October 1, 10 a. in.���������Arrive   Victoria;  royal procession  through city   on'  way to Oak Bay Hotel.  -  1.30 p. 111.��������� Luncheon with tbe Admiral,  4 p. 111.���������Opening of the Agricultural. -  Exhibition.  7.30 p. in.���������Official dinner at his Honor the Lieutenaiit-Goveruor'sresi- ,  deuce.  9 p. 111.���������Reception at the Legislative  building;   illumination    of    city ;  fireworks.    ���������  October 2. noon.���������Presentation of ad-  drosses;    presentation   of   decora-  .   tions and medals.  ��������� 8.30 p. tn. -Indian war dance.  10.30 p. 111.���������Leave Victoria.  ZEsTOTIO-E!.  "O.K." Mineral Claim, situate in the  lievelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay  District: ���������  ���������  Where located:���������Tn Ground Hog Basin, on  McCnllougli creelc.  TAKE NOTIOK thnt I, Charles F. T.lnclmnrk,  of Rerelstoke, Free Minor's Certlllcate No. B,  ���������17!W0,intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to ilie Mining Keeorder for 11 Certilicate tn Improvements, for the purpose of  0bUii11it1_.11Crau-11Gra.it ofthe above chum.  -*=-Ansl ���������'ui!hor-tnke-notlee-l.iiat-iictioniuii(ler  Section :I7. must lie commenced before the  issuance of such Certlllcate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of August, A.I)., .901.  Allg'l72)ll CHAS. I'. I.IXD.MAliK.  Stewart Tells the Story.  JarkStewart,    of   Nelson,  who   enlisted for service in the South African  constabulary, has written to friends in  Nelson, giving t.hem his experience in *.  the     brush    which    the constabulary  forte had with the Boers under Dewet  in July last, when three of theni.were  killed and sever*tl wounded and  taken'  prisoners.   The letter is written from  Hotit Kop, under date of July 25th," so  that it is "several days later than .those  which   reached   Nelson    immediately '  after the skirmish, which occurred on"  July 11th. *  *      ,  Stewart was with the advance party ���������  which left Hout Kop at 5:30 on; the ..  morning*of   the 11th.   He says  they "  kept going until 10 o'clock,'when  they  came upon an advance guard, or what  they   thought was a   small-party of  Boers.   Jack  says   the    constabulary  force thought they had an easy thing'-  and ga'lopetl towards the Boers.  -They  -  poured a heavy fire into the Boers for  about an hour and a half when.finding  they  could  not  dislodge   them, they ���������  decided to retire.;, The party, of which.,  Stewart   was   a  member,   had    been  depending   upon   another' contingent  for   support.'  but   when   they    com-' '  nienccd to fall  back they' found that  the supporting party had made tracks  for camp, leaving them in the lurch.  The result of this was that 'the Boeas -  were  able  to   completely   -surround,  them.    Whan the beys saw there 'was'1  no way out they made  a   line stand  and the Boer casualty list is the best  evidence of it.     "���������  There were about 27 men in the-  party, of which Stewart was" a member, and after three had been killed  ���������tnd   several _ .others  .wounded.' thav^  Certificate   of Improvements  IsTOTIOE.  Gold IIIII Mineral Claim, situate In the  Itevclstoke Mining Division of Kootenay Iiislrict.  Wh.-re Localed: In Ground llus Daslii, on  Meciillnujfli Creek.  TAKI*: NOTifK that I, c. 11. Hume, free  Miner'*** Certlllcate ,\o. 11, -itwci, Intend, sixty  ..".*vs. fr"m ���������'"��������� lllll,; hereof, to apply lo the  Mining KecurdiT for a Certiorate of Improvements, for the purple of obtaining a Crown  (.nunof the above 1 lalm,  , And further lnku mil leu thai iicllon, under  hcctlou :i", must In, -<iimmi'iii*i*d before the  Issuance nfMieh Cenilleate of  Improvement*.  Dated this llli day of f-.eptemlier, l'.mi,  Oct. Il-lf  Koiir   .  Hi. osiers  IlKHAI.Ii.  FOR SALE  thoroughbred   White  rhnioiilli Koek  All   young   birds.   Applv   to    ihe  Sept. ll-:it  FOR SALE  One   M   Horse   power   Engine   and    Holler  complete���������nearly new.  One San mill complete, with Kdeer.  I'hiuer  nnd Shingle Mill-nearly new.   The above for  sale, K.U.IL, lievelstoke, cheap.  Apply to  .    , II. |I'Kl:l..Y.I.KAKK,  ���������HiB '-It Itevclstoke, II. C.  FCR SALE.  One Cottage Coal stove anil one Hox Stove.  Cheap for cash.   Apply at Lewis llros.     ������11-31  decided to capitulate, but there was  nothing disgraceful about it, as by this'  time there was but nine men and  Captain Bennett capable of -bearing''  arms against a Boer force of 300 to 000  men. which party was in a position to  draw upon ,'an equally strong force  about" a -mile away. When Stewart  and the rest of the prisoners were  taken into thu Boer camp they found  tii.it the Boer dead numbered 28, with  32 wnuntlpil antl 20 horses disabled and  killt'il. which was not abaci record for  tin; (.mall force. Stewart says th*  Hnt'i'S were very short of supplies of  all kinds, and he and the other prig-'  oners : were stripped of everything  Mtve their underclothing and forced to  walk nine miles over the' rough country in their bare feet to th'e British  r.imp. Stewart snys he would not  hnvo iiiis-Jeil lb*: affair for anything,  IniL wnulil uot like another ofthe same  nun insl the same odds for anything.  .Insl bmv any of tin* party escaped  alivi* is 11 mystery to him.  ��������� All those wounded in the engagement of July 11th were doing well on  the date of Stewart's letter and sev-  iM-al of 1.hum reported for duty again.  \V. .1. Thompson and Geo. Partridge  were still in the hospital on the date  of the skirmish and were not able to  report for duty nt the date of Stew-  111 t's writing. In the above scrap  Walter Dunne and C. H. Little, .both  Utvi'lsloke recruits were engaged and  were among ihe ten, who were taken  prisoners.  Shoemaker   Business  For Sale.  SHOP AND STOCK CHEAP.  To be sold by October 20th.  D.  JENKINS.  The whole of tbe stock or part to suit  purchasers will be sold.  Sept U-Oct, M  The Australia Census.  Australia is not quite satisfied with  its census. Us population has increased from 3.183.237 to 3.777.212, a gain of  nearly (100.000 as against U30,G20 in the  previous decade. The largest increase  is in Queensland, which has 502,872, as  compared with 393.718; New South  Wales has 1.302.232. Victoiia 1.195,874,  South Australia 382,585 We������tem  Austi alia 182.553 and Tasmania 171.086.  New Zealand bits grown from 743,214  to 810,289. About a third of the people  of Australia live in the cities of Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane and the problem of getting the  land settled is much more difficult  iban io Canada,  /<���������  il *8~l*+*l''i''H"l"i"i"i"l"l"t'l"H"l"l"l"l"J"l"l"l*'i'  BOOK  * ALL THE NEW  * EDITIONS   AT...  | Canada Drug & Book Co  * REVELSTOKE.  t  fr ************ %**********.*���������  MARRIED  GoRDON-Wai.iAMS-On Saturday at  the Methodist church by Bev. G. E.  Smith of Kelowna, Lynn Gordon of  Kamloops to Miss Anna 13. Williams, youngest daughter of John  Williams of Kincardine, Out.  Notes of News.  morning  touching  ��������� President  Epworth  Methodist  0. D, Hoar is in town from   Golden.  On Sale���������A quantity of tar. John  E. Wood.  Mrs. S. XV. Smythe has returned  from California.  Mrs. Carruthers and daughter returned this morning from Kelowna.  M.M. Buchanan and Mrs. Buchanan,  of Camborne, are in town today.  XV. C. Galliher M. P. camo up from  Nelson on Sunday and went east next  morning.  W. H. Bullock-Webster, chief provincial constable came up from Nelson  on Monday.  The Silvertoniaii has suspended  publication pending the revival of  prosperity in the camp.  G. Si. Maxwell M. P. for Biirrard is  assisting Hon. J. C. Brown in his campaign in New Westminster.  J. Brennand, one of the original  owners of the Imperial group, near  Camborne, is in town today.  ���������Plan, prices and terms for sale of  lots in Twin Falls can be seen at John  S3. Sibbalds oflice the agent at Revelstoke.  Rev. H. F. Clinton is expected to  ���������return from thn old country this week  and to be back in Vancouver by next  Sunday.  Wanted���������Dining room girl for the  Kootenay ^House Golden, references  required. Apply, Whiting Si Rogers,  Golden. Sept. IS 3t,'  J. D. Sibbald has accepted the  agency' for the Connecticut Five Insurance company with head oflice in  San Francisco.  Mrs; J. B. Smith of New Denver, B.  C, (nee Miss Savage) formerly of this  place is in the city on a visit to her  sister Mrs. Kernaghan.  Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bum-no have,  returned from their visit to Victoria,  which proved exceedingly beneficial  to Mr. Bourne's health.  At  mass  last    Sunday  Father   Thayer   made    a  reference   to   the  death of  McKinley. in his sermon.  Next   Sunday    will     be  League   Sunday    in    the  church.   A'programme of the services  will be given on Saturday.  Twelve hundred pounds, not tons of  ore, as the intelligent coinp got it.  was the shipment which came out  from the Standard on Saturday.  ���������Green tomatoes for pickling etc.  any quantity in large and small lots at  J. Maly's nursery garden on the Big  Bend wagon road.   Call and see thetn.  H. Carter and L. Thompson, the  owners of the famous Big Five group,  on the north fork of the Lardeau,  about three miles south of Circle City,  are in'town today.  Both the Carnes Creek Consolidated  -'��������� and-Prince���������Mining���������Companies���������are-  preparing a fine exhibit of   ores   from  their   properties   to     embellish     tbe  Revelstoke arch at Vancouver.  The oVancouver   World    notices    a  lunch   party   at  White   Rock   ranch  given by Mr. anil  Mrs.   J.B.Hall   in  honor of the visitof Mrs, Chas. Temple  ��������� and Miss Temple of.this place. .  C. T. Piper having withdrawn his  tender of $300 for iho excavation and  stonework of the basement of the new  hospital, E. C. Kromey has been  awarded the contract on an  amended  tender of $101.  ** i.������  In our account of the funeral of the  late Kd. Crockett it wns omitted to  mention that a number of friends nf  the deceased from Craig-Mlachit! besides Mr. Hossley ciinm up with the  1 y  body and present at the funeral.  Mr. and Mrs. K. McCarthy spent  Sunday and Monday iu town at the  residence of .Mr. Dennis McCarthy  antl left for the south yesterday.  They will visit Nelson anil other  points before returning to Regina.  The new store next the -Molsons  Bank is now almost ready for oc-  . ctipation. The ground floor is 01 feet  by 22 and makes a very handsome and  cheerful store. -Messrs. Reid & Young  expect to liegin moving  in   tomorrow.  A noticeable feature about tbe shipment of copper ore, recently brought  down from the Standard is tbat there  is very nearly enough lime and silica  with it to make it self-fluxing, a point  of great importance in the cost of  treating it.  If the utterances of the Nelson  Tribune are to be taken as expressing  his opinions there arc only two persons  in the provincial political arena that  John Houston hns any use foi, himself  and Bob Green and he is'nt dead sure  about ttobi  W  ti  "8  y-.,i  ii  Carpets,   Curtsims.   LiB-soBeum.  T.> piiiv;.,i; _��������� ,���������v-..'1-yi.liii.g* you want in the  ���������L'iothiny ancl Kurni.shinjv Lines from  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding o  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  lewis  bros.  insurance, financial and real estate agents  Represent the following reliable Companies.  The Provincial Building and Loan Association, of Toronto.  The Canadian Hirkberk Invcstmentand Security Co.,Toronto.  The B.C. Permanent Loan und Savings Company, of Vancouver.  The Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. FIRE.  FIRE.  FIRE.  FIRE.  FIRE.  LIFE.  The National Assurance Co., of Ireland.  The Phenix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn.  The Phoenix Insurance Co., of Hartford.  The Queen Insurance Co., of America.  The Equitable* Life Assurance Society.  Thu Metropolitan Plate Glas Insurance Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite. ^  Houses for Sale or Rent.  O. Drawer���������75.  The new town of Twin Falls is now  on tbe market.  Tickets are selling fast for the football club dance in the opera house  next Alonday night.  ���������Now is the best time to buy lots in  Twin Kails, as yon can now have your  choice. .1. 1)'. S.bbald, Revelstoke.  agent.  The dale of the Boston Beans and  Brown Bread social tit the -Methodist  parsonage has been allured to Friday.  Sept. 27.  J. .Maly deposited on the editorial  table one flowering stem of a tomatoe  plant with 11 tomatoes on it, weighing  just over four pounds. He has a fine  crop of tomatoes this year and his  other vegetables, cabbages, carrots etc  have also done remarkably well.  ���������Twin Falls is the present terminal  of the Kootenay Lakes and Arrowhead  Railway now building.  The Hhhai.d was both surprised  anil glad to see Aid. John McLeod out  again yesterday afternoon. For a  man. who got the squeezing he did  only last Wednesday, he does not  look much altered. Tic admits, that it  is a hard job to kill a Scotchman.  The removal of Reid & Young's  stock of di-ygoods, will give Bourne  Bros an opporttmitv ol'Jconcentrating  their grocery, boot and shoe, hardware and crockery departments on  the one lloor. whicli will be a great  convenience both to the public and  the firm.  The Kamloops football club have  decided not to allow the Martin challenge cup to be competed for at fair-  time bur. want to make a l-tter dat; for  the cup-contest. Out* boys are disappointed at not being able to play for  the cup but will go down at fairtime  and play anyhow.  New Photographic Studio. ���������  Revelstoke will now be able to enjoy  theserviccsof a resident photographer.  Mr. Wright Porritt, whose landscape  views of local scenery have called  forth such favorable comment in  town, llnds that he has met with so  much encouragement that ho has  concluded to stay with the town. He  lias leased from Mr. Tapping the  north half of the upper flat in the old  opera house on Connaught Ave. for  five years and alterations converting  the flat into a suitable studio are- now  in progress. Mr. Porritt expects to  open up for small work, up to cabinet  size, in three weeks and for larger  sizes in about two months. Tie intends to make the gallery the finest  between Winnipeg and the. coast.  Only thc best and most permanent  papers will be used. Tho HliHAl.u  feels sure that Mr. Porritt will receive  the support of ehe Itcvclsloko citizens,  as being permanently located here,  especially as his work has already  bcen shewn to be so remarkably  artistic and high class.    5  (0  o  ������  (0  "8  C  a  (0  O  O  ta  ���������>SS������������(g>  Wc  Thc  Our  buy  from  th^ best  Wholesalers.  Quality of Our Stock is Excellent,  prices are  reasonable.  Wc will open up in a few  Imported stock of  DRESS C00DS,   RIBB3.JS,   P.UCS,   CARPETS,  AND FLOOR CLOTH.  Imported from thc best manufacturers in Scotland  Dress Goods, Gent's Furnishings  UMgp���������W^������..WM...jrf.l,ltW-WWOTMI1T��������� III J MM],  IJfW..**W^TlfftM^l..l1WT^n������[  Central P. O. Condemned.  The following petition is being circulated in town and largely signed: -  Silt: The undersigned residents *f  Revelstoke, having learned that a  movement is ou foot to establish a  postoffice at a point in the vicinity of  Government road wish to enter their  emphatic protest against. ��������� such a  change being made at this lime. A  postoflice located at the point in  question would be of great inconvenience to the majority of " the  business men and other residents of  Revelstoke. instead of being a public  convenience as a postoflice should  be.  The present arrangments are deemed  quite satisfactory by the majority of  the people of Kevelstoke for present  purposes until a proper building  located with a view of fiiling the requirements of the greater number of  residents shall have been provided and  we ask that action with reference to  the proposed change be withheld. .  Was Czolgosz Tortured.  New York, Sept.   12 A  despatch  to the Herald from Buffalo says that  it is uot denied by the police of  Buffalo, except in a perfunctory manner, that Czolgosz has been tortured  since his arrest. There are not many  in this country who will protest  against t.he use of the famous "third  degree" in this cas.e. The confession,  which is now in the hands of District  Attorney Penny, wtts forced from  Czolgosz by torture. When the would-  be assassin of the President was first  taken before Superintendent Bull he  was aske 1 to tell how he had come to  make the attack upon President McKinley.  "I will not talk," said Czolgosz-.     "I  will not say a word."   -  Superintendent Bull looked at the.  prisoner; then, turning to the two  stalwart guards who had brought him  in. said "Take him away." ft is not  known that any sign was given; * it is  not known that the policemen hid any  authority for their strenuous actions;  but when Czolgosz was again brought  before Superintendent Bul! he was  glad to confess.  "Did we give him the'third degree'?"  One of the policemen who had handled  Czolgosz repeated the question.  "He got the thirty-third degree. I  cannot tell you what was done to him,  but sufficient wan done to persuade  him to talk. He thought he was lucky  to get away alive, and he was right.  \ es, Czolgosz was tortured. He was  -given a rigorous treatment, and . it,is  ptobable that he will be tortured  again. He has not told all that he  knows. This is a peculiar case, and it  demands peculiar treatment. ��������� I believe that the public will uphold us in  using force to ' bring the enemies of  society to justice."  AN'D  SHE TIIK BARGAINS AT  GUV BARIllili'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1S44 Rodgers Bros.' Fiat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  t**&m*4&*WF4KM*V%&&^^  I JOHN D. SIBBALD,  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  Jk.-3-SHNTT   JET OIK.  REAL ESTATE  O. I'.  It. TOWNSITE,  MA It A TO WNS ITU.  FINANCIAL-!  INSURANCE !  COAL FOR SzVLR,  Cii'iuila I'ormiiiient ������fc Went cm  (hmiulti AlontfjitfO- Cnri-Kir.ilion.  ICqiiitublo Va villus Lonn uud HuiHlhi  Association.  Mercantile Fire.  . ���������         Jalcdtiiiiiin Kiro  ( Coufoiiorntfiui Mfi\       Alius Kire.  IlOUSIfiS FOlt SALR AND KENT.  t Imperial Kire.      CJ mini inn Kiro.  < Uiiiuuthiii Kin*.       CalccliMiinn Kiro.  .^a^^-LRevelstoke Station.  ���������* Pl^.S*lrLBX>i^SVCrp:&&^t������^  ������������������!������������������  fr ������������������  fr  ���������*5-  *���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  K-  fr  fr  *  fr  ts**  fr  fr  >*>  ���������*!-  fr  fr  fr  The service in S:  on Sunday was of  acter in tribute to  ,. Peter's at evening  a memorial char-  the  memory of the  ._   -.g  . ..I TT  ian?-t  FtSIUCriirUl t*HC  Psalm 00. which i.*-- used in tbe burial  service of the church was sung to the  same chant a.s wa.s used at the funeral  services held in the church in honour  of her late Majesty. The lessons  selected were David's lament over  Saul, the dead king of Israel and the  vision of the Holy City from the  Revelation of St. John. The special  hynins('U:cte'.]|was "Daysand Moments  quickly Flying." After the hlcsMng Un-  Dead March was played its .1 recessional.  MARACAIBO  CHOCOLATES  A choice line of   these   fine  confections always on  1 iin'l  ftxtra Coming of Chocolate  sold at Eastern prices:  50c. and 60c. per Ib.  BURNT ALMONDS  65c.   and   75c.   per   Ib.  W. Bews, Phm. B.  Druggist and Stationer.  Goes Gunning for Sawmills.  Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 10.���������A  prominent sawmill manager, who  declined to give his name as authority,  stated to the Colonist that a report  ti"i;it-n=syndieate,--headed-by-J7iJ-.-JLfillr  was negotiating for the purchase of  all lumber mills in Brilish Columbia,  was quite correct. At least J..I. Hill  was "apposed to be at the head of the  syndicate. The Colonist's informant  slated that all 'nills without exception  were ready to sell if they could Ret  anywhere near a fair price, and from  present indications it looked as if'the  deal would xo through. The mills on  th** Mainland wore not hanging out  for any rock bottom figure. If the  deal went through, the Mill syndicate  would control all the mills on the  Sound and in British Columbia.  The Central Postoffice.  Mr. Galliher arrived in KevHstoke  on schedule tiiin" on Sunday evening  andlnftfor the cast next morning.  The most diligent inquiry on the part  of tho Hkiiat.h ha-s failed to unearth  anybody in thi.s town, who waa able,  to get within speaking distance of  him except A. McRae. In consequence  we arc unable to state what conclusions were arrived at with regard  lo thn centra] postoilicc .scheme or  indeed whether any wen- arrived at at  all. It is possible that the little circle  of wire pullers, who were engineering  the .-scheme, have found it too warm  for comfort and . have dropped it  again as they (lid once before lik������ the  proverbial hot. potato. It certainly  finds no favor with any one outside of  this very limited ring and the majority  of Mr. Galliher'.*. supporters were as  much surprised as the veriest outsider  or othcrsider, .is fine might put it,  when it was sprung on them in the  colli in ns of our esteemed and are  quite as strongly opposed to it ������s any-  otic possibly can lie. Tho question is  altogether too important to every  resident in town to be fixed up in ten  minutes for the sole benelit of two or  three wire pullers.  When They Will Be Here;  The royal train will arrive in Revelstoke on Sunday, Sept. 2J)th at 17.50  and leave at 18.05.  ;.i.._.fe {$. \?\  Ukiii^-JLi   [���������' 'i&aAB  IB.  The Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave  \Wj(!M))W)W$tW'WS) W>)W$W$)(M>iW) (#)(|p(|p(^(|p(||!! (S������(|p(!?p((l>)" (SUNS!  Many men have many  minds in the matter of dress  but thci dictates of fashion  must be considered.  We make the clothes you  want, correct in style, ofthe  hest material, and in a faultless manner.  There's real distinctiveness in the garments wc  make.    Our stock is the largest.(Sp  and best assorted in the city. (H  grbssmj^nsr,   m  #  The Heraxd thought it a trifle  thick when Mr. McRae, who had just  been announced in the Grit organ as  the-chosen-of-the Grits^of��������� Revelstoke.  for the best official job in sight, got  up and told the boys at the Labor  meeting that in future he expected to  support the Labor ticket. But it  really is too coarse altogether, after  milking such a statement as that t  monopolize the whole of tne Grit  member's time, during his recent visit,  so that none ofthe people who might  very likely be intending to vote for  Mr. Galliher a second time, if he  should ever run again, could get within .smell of him. It was too bad to  take up so much of Mr. Galliher's time  with a labor vote.  This Space Reserved  for John E. "Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches  We hnve thc nftrnc nf milking  thu only Stylish Suits in Town  ������������������for (lu nihil ity nml quality  they ulho excel.  .TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  For Sal  The following   houKehol.l articles  offered for aule  are  1 SEWING MACIHNE  COOKSTOVE, BED-  SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, CHAIRS and  OTHER   ARTICLES. . . .  MRS. BROWN,   Opposite  the  Opera House  LEWI  BROS.  Sole  Agents.   .  1


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