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 i - * >���������'-  J       i S" " V  -7  b  i  <<       r.  Vol.5.���������No. 41.  REVELSTOKE. WEST KOOTEXAX B.C., JANUAEY28, 1899.  $2.00r.a Year.  THE FEDERAL MEMBER  i*'  v.  MR. BOSTgCK, M. P., SPEAKS TO A  ��������� ,    LARGE AUDIENCE *  On  Monday ' night���������The governments,  policy  explained���������Local subjects  discussed fully���������Increased 6repre-,  ;,' sentation popular���������Liberals com-  ���������    inciice organization.     .'     ,  f^s.  I'  Tin* meeting of Mi. Rostock's constituents on'.Monday evening was,  considering-the inclemency of the  weather and sliorlncss of call, a very  good my, aboul two hundred people.  ,-Utending;., including several,ladies. '  P. Fraser, J. P., "president0 of the  liberal associ.-u ion. called the meeting  to order and asked .Mr. GaiVand lo acl  ^tS^sycrelarv . Tn a few pleasant words  of.^inlyodnctioYi' he. called o"si - Mc*  'Bn~s"loc!c*>jM.P.,,to address the meeting,  and iis HViU 'gentleman faciei, the  audience he wiisfmet.-with-a g-men-ons  iwclcume. He relerred ..gracefully to  the reniiiikiible 'piogYess-'nrid growth  of Revelstoke aniLcOn'lrusted the large  building in whichrhe now was with  ��������� thesmnllei ones of nearly thiee years  ago'when he first made friends with a  Revelstoke audience: and ho hoped the  town -would continue fo prosper as  rapidly and speedily as since then it  -had. . Touching on the policy,.'of (he  government"which lie supported, he  shewed that the blue .ruin predictions  of its opponents after last, election had  not conn1 true, and produced eloquent'  figure's on the expansion of'trade.to  prove the case'. Tie showed the loyalty  of the party lo I ho imperial ..spintr  "niiimaliiur all parts of onr Anglo-Saxon'  oinp'uehv its efforts in securing (lie  abrogation of the Belgium an'd.German  most.''favored nation treaties.'"and the  perferoiitial tariff to -Great* 'Britain's  imports. Tie alluded briefly lo the  splondid i ee-ept ion given' Sir Wilfrid  'Liinrier in 1-higl.ind-at the jubilee and  iis r beneficial results'in '.-ittract ing  notjee lo''Canada., On ,lh>' tut if! , he  showed-how Iln* imposts had increased  willi a i eduction of imposiS and of the  hannv no-iiinn of the finance minislei*  in being able to show a surplus where,  the coimtry5*, had hitherto known  nothing but delicils. 'He defended the  increased'expenflitnres- of the 'govern-'  ment. o'n the grounds of increased'development of (he country. ITe spoke  wilh pride of the ' 'wonderful and  masterful handling of the., postal department by Hon. Mi-. ��������� Mulnek who,  while not in a"ny way lessening the.  efficiency of the service hut in mnny  ways bettering it. had reduced a deficit  bi this department of $700,000,(<) $-10,-  000. He referred to 'lhe great, nnd  i.-idieal changes in that department, of  imperial penny postage, * two cent  domestic postage, postal note system,  etc.iiind all those boons given with  less cost to counti y than foi mer ordinary method.  He "next took up the franchise act  showing how the ' goveriinient , bad  redeemed,its promise, done away wjlh  expense of maintaining, separate lists  nnd given every man with a prciviifcial  vote a Dominion vole also'. On >tliu  r.iilwav,policy he. spoke of the onter-  ptise of (lie liberal government ill  securing construction of Crow's Nest  Pass railiViiy^iimLwhiie srury_.il. could  net have been uiulet'lnkon ns a government i-o-ul it had been built under such  regulations as safeguarded the'public  inLere.sIs as never,befoi e. Alluding to  the Coi-bin ehart.'r of last session he  advocafed the admission of that road  in direct competition wilh the C. P. R.  and hoped -if it came up again lhe  people ol TL G. would express (heir  opinions definitely on il. Speaking of  llie"Yukoii administration he said no  specific charges* had been made against,  officials though accusations in plenty  had been made and siid-if charges  substantially made (hoY would be  promptly investigated." He spoke ap-  piovingly of the government's efforts  to administer t hat ��������� district, protect  property nnd enfoice laws.  In conclusion he understood some  gentlemen had several local questions  to bring to his notice and he would be  pleased to hear them and- reply. He  resumed his seat with hearty applause  and the chairman introduced Mr.  Brewster who would speak on Upper  Columbia river improvement.  Mr. Brewster in a few well put  remarks showed the development, and  mining progress of Big^Bend, how it  had got past tlie pack-train and row-  boat stage and thought government  should undertake improvements allow  ing steameis to make regular trips to  LaPiute. Tn reply to Mr. Boslock as  to ivlmt the govi'i'iimetit was  expected to do, . Mr. Brewster replied  to lipijL have engineers report of .work  necessary to ihnke river- navigable to  Xii poi to and the north, ������������������py  Mr. Ilaig, called on to speak* to pro-,  vincial 'administration of Dominion1  lands in railway belt, referred to the  compulsory purchase of, surface rights  in the belt, the optional purchase outside, .it. He contrasted the survey  systems of the two governments and  spoke favorably of a motion by Mr.  Deane, M. P. P., in the legi.slature of  Ii. C. asking the local government to  negotiate foi a change to allow B. C.  laws rimJjiJJio-bcirf He touched on  the Farwell dispute asking if the government had assumed the hind granted  that gentleman iind risking'for infoi-  inalion on the position of things regarding it as unsettled squatters claims  should he adjusted.  Mr. Nettle handled the 'subject of  ii readjustment of federal represeii-  lal-ion so iis lo secure a uienibei for  Knot eii ay at the next election 'in an  able niannei". He showed by figures  the enormous size ot-Mr. Bostoekjs  constituency, by diversity of its  interests and population that it- was  deserving of notice and contrasted- its  claims with that'of Victoria city which  had turn 'members. He hoped the  Liberal government would Iind" itself  able to. meet the request of Kcloteiiay,  and though other divisions would also  ask for representalion, that it's claims  would be recognized as more .powerful  and well founded.  Mr. J. Abrahaiiison asked Mr.  Bollock's"attention to the matter of  Big Bejid mails'and urged for a service  of two trips a month' in summer, once  a month in winter. The camps growth  required this aid to developiuent'and  he hoped tlie member could biing bis  influence,lo hear on the department to  secure it. . 'i *  Messrs. II. L."Lovering andf'H. A.  Brown spoke briefly on the advisability  of a Canadian mint branch in B.C.,  the former bringing down the house  with a request for its location in Revelstoke. , 7 ��������� ,  n OUTer subji-cls brought up wore the  rate of wages' on the river bank, a  let lei: of P. R. Peterson's asking' for  his long lost title deeds, andyi request'  or a central post office. ^y:^^-  In reply to these matters Mr.  Bosloclc asked Mr. Brewster to explain  if he meant, impi ovement. of river  above canyon or right through, gut hei-  ing lhe latter from that gentleman's  .remarks. 'Mr. Brewster"'1 aiis~vvering  "right through to Revelstoke.'' Mr.  Boslock said he did not favor present  system of outlay and would recommend a luni}i^simi'"for- what hnprove-  uients were thought- necessary, lie  hail tned .to-.effect, changes in belt  hinds administration, and though uti-  successful except in degree ..(see recent  settlement), hoped the "attention expected to begiveriit by lhe1 provincial  government mignl result in workable  arrangement. He had no definite in-  foimillion on Farwell mallei would  communicate exact nature of affairs  when "che reached Ottawa. He  sympathized very much with general  desire to definitely end this dispute.  None knew v bet ter than he' of the  enoii'noussize, importance of industries  and arduousness in representing, such  a district as he had the honor to he  member .for. , He thought-it.-Jikel>L  there might be..a readjustment and  though other section's, would work to  secure1 representation for them he  greed   with   speaker^thut Kootenay  FATAL ACCIDENT.  Vicar of St.  Peter's  Church Fatally  Injured-by t Train.   .  ' It is impossible almost lo describe  the shock the- public of Kevelstoke got.  yesleiday when word was .received of  the sad accident to Rev. Frank' A.  Ford rector of St. Peters church Revelstoke.   A thrill of  Uiiin   was felt all  *-) W  over the town and (hewordsand wen  tears of grief'were many and spontaneous. The scene- at Revelstoke  Station when No. 1, pulled in'Friday  will  not' soon   be  forgotten   by   those  O I  who saw the leverend gentleman  carried from the vehicle of his hurl  with bleeding limb and bloodless face.  It was ii pitiful sight. The particulars  of the accident seem lo he'.these.  Leaving hare Tuesday morning to, attend parochial affairs at Beaver he w.rss  returning, home by tiain when he  s'ustainod the. dreadful injuries which  threaten his life. The, tiain stopping  at Albert Canyon he jumped'off with  his usual kindliness nt^ disposition, lo  say,a eheeiy word e>i two to the agents  family, and the tiain was already  beginning Lo move when he attempted  to regain it. He ihst tried for a near'  coach but was unable to icacli it for a  crowd on .the: platform; failing there  he rushed for the 'aleeperj sprang for  the. fi-oiit rail, 17*11, and��������� iu 'a moment,  the cruel   wheels of  the   hind   ti ticks,  ,had just clainis which he would riot  fail lo urge and he hoped with success,  As to Big Bend mails, if he could get  the postmaster-general to make a Bia*  Bend trip he had no doubt the desired  service could soon he had, but that  being impossible he would not forget  to make what, representations he could  for an improved ser.vice. He favored  ii brunch of royal mint; explained he  did not endorse cutting wages on government work below other local rates  I aid and while not knowing if Dominion goveriinient were cpiitriliuling  lo river bank work, it' he found they  weie be would expect it to pay usual  wages. However, he had no knowledge  of Dominion goveriinient having anything lo do with the present work. He  certainly would attend lo Mr. Peterson's lequest and hoped this Lit le  question would very soon be .perman-  ' cully settled ns the time given for  settlement, December 31, 1S08, had just  passed. Re the central posh office, he  explained he liad drawn attention of  department, to it on complaints of  present'system,"the department had  sent their inspector who submitted it,  to hoard of trade and thoy had passed  a resolution'advising no change. As  that was a representative body he  assumed,- consequently he had  not, gone further; hut if it was the wish  of his constituents he would as their  repiosentalive..he only, too glacl to  bring any memorial expressing public  opinion on the matter before the de*  pattinent.���������(Loud applause.)  II. Tapping moved a vote ot thanks  to Mr. Bostock and seconded by H.'A.  Brown it carried unanimously."  were passing over him It was till  clone in a few second* and-people hard-  ly'knew what had occurred tiil lliey  saw the-.young cleigyman mutilated  and bleeding oil the track.-where just a  second before had stood the train. One  leg was crushen almost in two anel he  was bruised in many places. He was  at once placed on the train, now signalled to stop, and all .speed made to Revelstoke whe-re he,'was transferred immediately to the, hospital. There, he is  reported to lie veiy weak, and the  'doctors iire waiting a* suitable opportunity, to amputate Lhe limb. They  greatly fear he will not sin vivo it,' but  all Re\ elstoki is hoping fervently that  he will, anti"while everybody fears lhe  wni'si, they refuse alum.si to listen to1  its pi-cdiabi'.ily so 'earnesily aie they  affected. - . ' *  Mr. Sibbald's Dismissal.  ���������B, ,  The adjourned debate was then  taken up, on the following motion of  Mr. Elicits: That an, order of the  house be granted i'or ''copies ' of1 all  correspondence between the government'1 or any member thereof, and  John D. .Sibbald, gold commissioner,  Revelstoke, touching the hitter's dismissal, and a resolution, passed by the*,  citizens of Revelstoke'in mats meeting on the 7th inst., protesting against  Mr. Sibbald's disinUsal.  Mr. Kellie objected to ii statement in,  the resolution that a mass meeting  had bciflij. held in Revelstoke, saying  that, whereas such meetings in that<.  E-?W!i were generally attended by fiom  100 lo 300 people, on this occasion  there weie only-J2 who suppoi led the  motion condemning Mr. Sibbald's dis-  .Jifissal. Mr. Kellie* stated (hat in his  opinion Mr. Sibhalci had, proved himself .unqualified for tlie' position of  golU commissioner and a lejiort could  be obtained fi om an engineei to support the statement.  o Col. Baker said'lhat Ihe motion simply called for the correspondence dealing with the subject and lhat was  needed'to cnable'ineiubers to form a  judgement on the matter. '       ���������<    ,  ' Mrl Kellie said he had ho objection  to lhe resolution being .adopted, and  after Mr. Eberts had said the meeting  jitJUwel^toke was a mass meeting and  (hat Intel lie would mo've for a coin-  niillee, the resolution was adopted.���������  Victoria Times. ' ������.  The hopes were v.iiu 1 ...The poor  young clergymancpas*'eel peacefully  a way at 11 o'clock last night before an  operation 'could be performed. He  was weak from loss of blood 'and his  ever delicate system could nol willi-  st.-tiid the awful shock it' received.  His death was as his. life, patient and  resigned. He taught'us how to live  "and oh! still -hauler lesson, houyto  die.." - 7��������� , ,4--   "' '  The general meeting over, all those,  of liberal views were invited to remain  to meet (he member and exchange  notes. It was caniecl that the president of the old liberal association call  a meeting *, of ' Revelstoke* j district  liberals at nil. early and '���������opportune  lime for the purpose of organizing a  Revelstoke district liberal association.  A ioil was signed hy about fifty of  those present and the first step in* the  new movement of organization was  taken.  The Railway Belt Lands.     " -=  The ^following resolution by llr.  Deane (North Yale) nvns adopted after  a short* debate, Mr.' Booth (North  Victoria) alone dissenting.' .,  W-hereas, in the administration by  Jtlie_Dyiiiinion govern men c of the Can-  adiaif"Pacific Railway belt, certain  djiiictilt ies have arisen which tend lo  retard settlement j and  Whereas it is belie\erl these difficulties could'be removed and thccprosperity of the province, greatly enhanced by t.lic application of ' the  provincial lnnriaiid mining laws within  the siiid railway belt:  ���������-      i **  Therefoie, be it resolved, that, in  the opinion of this house, the, provincial  government should endeavor through  negotiations with the Dominion "government, to secure the application of  the said land and mining laws within  the said railway belt.���������]2x.  Watch It Grow.  The vote in the legislature o'tf un  amendment to Hon. Mr. Martin's  real property bill (practically the  ton ens system of registration) was as  follows: For���������Messrs. Pooley, Booth,  Diinsinuir, Robertson, McBride, Baker,  Eberts, A. \V. Smith, Bryden, Ellison,  Irving, Hcliiiclccu���������12.  Against ��������� Messis. Cliflord, Jos.  Mai tin, SSeuilin, Colton, Higgins,  Prentice, Macpherson,' R. Smith, J.  M. Murtir., Deane, McKechnie, Kellie,  Kidd, Kinchant, Helgesoi*1, Munro,  Green, Neil], Hendeison���������19.  That   government   majority   keeps  MoreoIiKlignatioiL,  There's something very funnyjibout  Sibbald's indignation meetings] "Besides the* "mass" meeting at Revelstoke where the red-hot , resolution  barely escaped being laid on lhe table  to coiil off, theie was one' at Trout  Lake Cit,y~=-.-;tnrLth;it -too' was worth  mentioning. It '-consisted,' so the  Mail heais,*c)f iihout. 12 or so people,  yet in a large and thieving town like'  that the indignation -of.'such^a . mini  ber.is reprpsentccl"us" "Trout-I'Lal e,Up  in Anns." Verily c the oil iu that  lamp burns badly; and there "is a  forced or artificial air, as if of a bellows, about the, 11.uhe' of this, anger  that marks it as shoi t "lhed. However, let' the ineeling be big or small;  the Mail holds out   for   investigation.  The Adair Group.,  Mr.^- Ed Adair, manager of the  Adair group, returned'Thursday from  the east where lie had been to discuss  the-'develop'ment of .the property on  'Laformc creek with the members of  his Company. He made a1-'complete  aepdrf-lind it was so- satisfactory that  7jie-Lv.,endorsed it entirely and expressed tlic-jir appreciation of"Mr. Adair's  conduct .by a handsome bonus. '  The company, on Mr. Adair's advice, has decided to do considerable  developmentMhis year. ,It will run a  300 ft. tunnel to tap the three leads  ou the property. This tunnel" will  catch the quartz at 40 or 50, the  main lead at about lf;Q feet and the  upper ledge at.about 200 feetQeptb.  An early start,is to be made^llie^TTirp^  plies to be t.iken-iu by sled, and if by  auliinin the ore keepsyip its grade at  depth, permanent camp will be made  so as to prosecute wor/i all winter.  About the Tangier.  According to accounts the Tangiei  mine at. Albert Canyon ,is looking  fin el 3". The shaft is down about 100  feet, in ore all the way, and 20 men  are. working. About eight shaft,  miners lefi here 3lesterday morning to  woik on the Tangier, its drifting, it  was said, had been started by part of  the present crew. If this is conect  it is probable that the, ore bocly , has  got to bey shipping grade and that  stoping is to be proceeded with, f Fur-  therfpiirticulai'8 will be eagerly looked  for. The Waverleyytob, is improving  and about a dozen men are working'  there,,;        ���������  -    The-Cheese Is Off-  it wasn't alone business firms that  (he, Turner   government   pap-fed   (on  shovels and [other  things)  but,   news'?  papers also��������� see public accounts year  ending J line 30, 'US:  Revelstoke Herald, advertising sundry notices, $122.23.  Kootenay Mail, advertising sundry  nul ices. $ 11.112. /,  Ten to one was long odds but it  wasn't, enough to win'it with, Herald.  The Hop from what is now the government to what is now a fast dissolving  opposition w,-is evidently good business  for a while but now "the cheese is oil"'  foi four years.. Ash man soweth,. etc.  Commence Next Week.  The new divisional arrangements on  the C. I*. R. main line come into operation cn Feb. 1st. Donald will then  be discontinued as. a divisional point  and Laggau will tn/.'ft its place. Engines will be run through the mountains from Laggau to Revelstoke.  At Golden a Y switch will be put in,  an engine .stationed and a train crew  retained.���������E. K. Miner.  The New Gold Commissioner.  ���������Last week's official gazette contained  the notice of appointment of" Henry  Noble Coursier as gold commissioner,  stipendiary magistrale, government  tigenl, elc. for,the Lardeau and Trout  Lake mining divisions.     - ,  Mr. Coursier is well known as a  pioneer business man and resident of  Revelstoke, having .made, it his home  for over,eleven years. He is practical,  shrewd and persevering and should  make ft" ctipubla ttduiiiiieti'titor,    He  has always taken iickeen interest in  provincial affairs anddieiiig eiiliiely in  sympathy with the new government's  reform policy will carry ������it out  thoroughly. 'While, it would have  liked to see civil service pioniotiori  prevail, which without a civil service  code it is, hard to4'do, the Mail  recognizes that"'in 'appointing Mr.  Coursier the government has been  actuated chiefly by ;i desire to Jill this  position with a local man. Congratulations, Mr. Coursier.  ���������t-i   " ��������� 0  What We Have We Will Hold."'' '  The people of British Columbia in  general will note wiib satisfaction the  Hon. Mr. Martin's semi-official declaration, made the other night at a  meeting in Victoria, thai the provincial goveriinient will not quietly submit to the UivVatened disallowance by  llierDominion of the act restricting the  ownership of placer claims by aliens,  but if 'such action,/ be, taken most  sturdily protest, Wh "trust (liat like  firmness'will be displayed in defense of'  threatened Mongolian labor legislation.���������News1Advertiser.  ''  An Old Timer Gone.  r  The news of the death of poor old  Pal Goi-inan-will be received-in Revelstoke with genuine, i-egret. The  news reached the Mail in the shape of  a letter from the mother superior of  St.' Mary's hospital,'New Westminster,  tlb Mr. Kellie, M. P. P., and Whichis as  follows.    '  ' Dear Sir,���������I am sony- to come this  morning to announce to you the sad  news of the death of our poor; Mr. P.  Gorman which' happened hut a few  hours ago. Would yon kindly let us  know hy return mail what arrangements you wish to make in regard to  his funeral. <     ,   , "  1 Yours respectfully,,  ������  Sister Roderick,  "���������~" " -, - ���������     Superior.  New.WestminsteiV Jan. 20th, '09.  .- -.--'-        .   ,         ,      c  For Higher Wages.-  ^The- petition to Hon. Mr. Semlin  asking for an all round increase of.  50 cents per day ,on river bank work  wages went off Tuesday accompanied  by an endorSa I ion r signed 'by business  riien,'firms and'others. The1 petition  had attached toyt-.narnes-of-118i;men.  working, and having application made  to work! oil the river, bank and' the  endorsation was signed by 61 business  lirniE,- and men arid others. The  petition drew'attention to the summer  wage on government trails nnd roads  being $2.50 and that coast wages were  as high as that giveii on this work  while, all local conditions ^demanded  higher wages.    '       '      "  Fire Brigade No. 2 Ball.  Fire btigacle No. 2 has announced its  intention of holding.a grand ball in  Tapping's new theatre on the night of  February 10th.~Eevry precaution to  ensure a thorough evenings enjoyment  wiiLbe taken and at tho hands of "lhe  _bnys" of No. 2 those attending may be.  sure of being well looked after. There  will be no concert, just a dance programme and supper and* both will he  up lo the best mark yet attained. It  is to be hciped, the1 public will respond  generously to the invitation of'the  brigade .-ind give them a most successful evening.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  M. Grach", bite of St. Leons Springs,  now of Silverton, was in town this  weelc.  G. McL Brown has been made executive agent for the whole C. P. 11.  syslem.  George Lewis is now running the  street car service and /.*eeps it sharp  on lime.  Mr. and Mrs. IL A. Brown left  Tuesday for Rossland to attend the  carnival. -  Snaps iu Mens, wornens and child-  rens goods at the Cash Bazuur, How-  son block. o  "W.* Crawford came dow n Tuesday  from Rogers Pass and spent a few  clays in town.  Old Fashioned Horehound Candy  40c per lb.���������Geo F. Curtis, The Druggist, Taylor bloc/c, Revelstoke Station*  J. W. Thomson, the father of Thomsons Lauding, was iri town this week.  Like everyone else in the Lardeau lie  talks railroad.  English papers, Tit Bits, Pearson's  Weekly, Ally Slnper, Answers, etc.���������  Geo. F. Curtis, Tho Druggist, Taylor  block, Revelstoke Station. o  Hon. Fred Hume lias resigned bis  seat on account of a constable boarding at his Nelson hotel. He .will  probably run again. :.  Joe Kii-kpatric& is7 in town this  week from the Union, Jack group. He  says about 170 feet j of development  work is now done., and j that he expects the bond to go through.  INCORPORATION AGAIN '   ' _ '  o  ( '>  A PUBLIC MEETING jlAKES ASIENT-  ' ' MENTS TO BILL.  ,. -a ,  Members of partnership allowed to riny  ���������Ward division defeated on close  vote���������Franchise   broadened   an-  ���������  ' siderably ~ Minor   matters and  amendments. ' . .  "  ,  In fin thei-iince of last week's  recommendations in'the'Mail,   urging  liat ,  the delay secured  in   incoi poralJon   be  taken   advantage   of   to    amend    lie  present  I ill,   a few persons ml'eiii'sUd  called .*i committee  meeting ,on  Tuesday evening and   agreed  to send  fcr-   ,  ward several amendments to'a  public',  meeting called foi-(he evening of the"  following    day    at    Tapping's    new '   , '  theatre.  At about 8:30 p. in. Wednesday, Mr.  T. L.cIIaig' having been voted to the  chair and Mr. G. S. McCuiter inai'e  secretary, the list of amendments wi re  read and' then the'"meeting resolyid ''",  itself into committee of the whole with  A. G. Thompson in the chair.     "       ������  The first iiinendnient^vas an addition  to Sec. 4 of  theoact   (qualilic.ition   of -���������  mayor) by the following "or who,have  been for the 12 months next  precedh g  the day of nomimiliou the members of  a partnership linn   winch   for such  12,  months has   been the'assessed  owner    *  of land or real properly in  the city c]f  the value of two thousand dollars over  and above, any registered incumbrancit ,--*"-"  and whose undivided interest in'such',  iirm is of not less value than S1000, and  are otherwise qualified to vote at such  election.    This clause,'allowing  nieiu-  Ikts of an assessed partnership  to  run     '-''  for mayor if 'possessed' of an.intenst  theiein  sufficient- to  qualify  w.is  t.n-  anunoiisly   passed.     So,'* too,   was   a  similar amendment.to Sac. 5 of-t he act  allowing the*, same  privilege  to  alder-'  imin' '     *      . '.   ������^4p  The next amendments, repealing-Ser-^yNY  Oof the iict and sulialituting'-'lhe foi- c  lowing, were long debated. "Tie  said municipality shall be divided into  three wards,, ono,* (wo and lime,  respectively," bounded as follows (waicl  one, old town to foc.t of hill; ward two,  .fi;om,hill to Imperial Bank; ward three,  from that to city boundary eastward.-.)  and that the council of the saicl municipality sball-'consibt of a mayor and  six aldermen; two from each ward.  Finally a motion that the jiill stand  as it is was carried by a vote of 23 to 25.  Sec. S of tbe act,   dealing  with  lhe    *  franchise,   was then   taken   ap!   Two  suggestions were put before the  meeting.   To strike out  the  words  "ratepayer and" frdin the present section cf  the bill; and   the othei-,   adopting  the  general   provisions   of -the  municipal  elections act. "Finally  it  was agreed  to adopt one giving  votes  to those on  the '99 assessment list: assessed owners  of lands or of improvements; to assess-  -  eel occupiers  of .lands:   holders   of   85    -  trade license; and'householders of six  months   residence���������the   meaning   of  householder to he any person occupying any  messuage,   dwelling or  tc,tie- i  ment or pm t of such foi which rent is  paid at rate of ������00 per year.  ,  The other amendments   Were   only'  ones of detail to  make  the  bill  workable for '99 instead of 9S.  The committee then  rose,  reported   ,  back   to   the    ineeling,    carried    the  ������������������un'ridinents   reported   cn   bloc,   and-       *  adjourned after requesting  the  chair-    '  man   and   secretary   to   forward   the  amendments  to  the  member   with   a  request for their inl induction.  <��������� o  'Twill Be Awful.  One side of the Revelstoke Herald is  edited and printed at Calgary,' Albei tn;  the other at Revelstoke, British Col-  iiinbia. The side printed at Revelstoke fail ly blisters the Semlin govern-  ment for turning n man mimed Sibbald  out of tbe office of government agent  at Revelstoke. The side printed at  Calgary has not yet been beard from'  on that momentous question.���������Nelson  Tribune.  University Extension.  Mr. R. E. Gr.snell is on his way to  Revelstoke to explain and inaugurate  a university extension class in this  town and is expected heie daily. This  educational scheme is a very workable,  cheap and agreeable one, and a class iu  Revelstoke should be easily established.  Mr. Gosnell may count on any assistance the Mail has it in its power to  offer him.  v.ll  Our Boys at Rossland.  Rossland, Jan. 27.���������(Special).���������-Revelstoke hockeyists beaten by Rossland  Club hist n|gbt,ysci>re.7 to 2. A good  game, first half, score standing 2-2.  Second half Revelstoke played out and  Rossland took five more. McTavish  played a star game and also Sawyer",  lee y������ry poor,  i (I���������  *&  %>:.-r-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  TP  be 'IRoptenav. flDafl  puhlisiikd j-:vehy satuhday  ���������.\T���������  HEVEiiSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������1SY���������  ATKINS & CAilPHELL.     *==-"  ^^s^tji-ni.isiuats axi) Paoi'imn-ous.  Subscription   Priea,   $2.00   Per   Annum  A< STUIC'I'LV IX  ADVAXCK "CES  ' AX)VSH.TISING RATES.      '  CONTI tACT JaIjVKKTISUM 1CNTS insert.'.! at  lhe i'.ui; oy.sl.Ji'l per eoliiiiin inch ))i!i' inor.lli.  l'\i]-s]i.r<#sol' six (-uliiii)u inches or over iyi  iiit injift l>i*r month.    ,.   ,  ril.Wftfi'NT  ADVUliTlSKMKNTS 10c.   per  lijvjS llr-l. in-;ei*ti(jii. .*n\ Per line each miIjm-  0<K nl   iiis.a'lioii.     Tlio   iiuhiIkt    of   lilies  ^fc.;li()iic.l by space occupied, VI,lines to the  if'ini-li. \  UKAIilXC NOTH'IW ll'c. pi'i-'linc^c'icli in-  s, rl ion, unless-., colli mued for liy the I'll  line.-.       ' o " *"       * ,    \i  J Oil PKINTINC ofever.v kiuil at most reason-  iiIjIl-rates ,mil shoi-U'st lyitice. ���������  Al't'lil'NT-S fnr job priming in* adviTli-hig  p.ivaliie on the lli-st of every niniilli.  COi.ltKHI'ONI'KNOK on all niiit'ci-s of lue'.ij  or pulilic iiilcrCsl iiinleil .mil carefully con-  ndci-i'd. Allconiiiiniiicalioii-, lo lhc l-.iiilor  iim-l bt'.ireoiiip.uiied by the niiiiii- ol I Iiu  wi-ilcr. iKil'iit.-cc.-s.irily for publiciitioii, but  as an cvielcnci* ol good faith.  ,     ,   Address  ' ,.    Tun Kootenay Mail.  '      * 'Revelstoke, B.C.  REVKLSTOKK, JAN. 2S,  ISM).  It will, we hope, be admitted by the  exponents of immediate incoiporalioiv,  ���������who would have rushed us into civic  debt for liver protection tindery poorly constructed and narrow bill of in  corporation, that this delay, and the  nmencii'iient? secured at Wednesday's  '-meeting, ha,ye produced, beneficial  relief from unnecessary bin den of debt  and" ii moif workable and generally  acceptable/='biil. As an advocate of  both delay,' to a\oid liability; and,  a'ineiidiiK'iit, to pion'iote harmony of  opinh'iii and secure, fair play for the  hundred or more that its stand has  llow enfranchised, .the Mail is eminently pleased at the .result of its  action. It- has steadily asked for  caution  in   avoiding   protection   weak  ,���������,]i,ibili'lyT4,aiicf' favored' broad 'voting  fianchise ;it first .election; and,0 if il  didn't-secure the introduction of the  w.uel  .system���������the 'only    one   of the  '   amendments suggested   to   the   public  meeting of   Wednesday  that  met  defeat���������it has not .itself to blai'nc'.  There  , was no question of the need of amend  - ment of the bill, the only question was  ���������in what.' Auieiidni.ei.ts adopted  Wednesday allow members of partnership firms to run as aldei men' or  mayor if their individual interest in,  that (inn is suliicient to allow them  qualify: and give votes for election of  .mayor and aldermen to all on the :99  assessment roll, to all assessed owners  of lands or of improvements, assessed  occupiers of lands, holders-of -7-J trade >  license,    and     householders     ot     six !  months residence; householder lo mean  -   i . I  occupier    of.    any    messuage,    dwel- i  *   , . j  ling'   or,    tenement.     or      ot      any  part'    of   such- for     which     icnt'  is j  paid al ratc'of-SG*0 per annum.    Other |  amendments   provided   for  ro.u! "tax, \  rebate of   i.-incs   collected   by  govern--  ment, composition of first council, and  generally   those   other   alterations   of !  liguies to bring the   bill, into  upprop- ���������  i-iate condition for present use.  _i ^   Mil. Nm i.i-: on Monday* night  pro-,  duted some very cogent reasons   for   a '  readjustment of federal  repiesent.itioii  looking lo ii division   of   Y.ile-Cai iboo  so as to give Ivontenuy its   own   nu*ni  I er.   ' He   showed   that   in   "I'ii   Y.ih-- '  Ciii iboo polled   more   votes   than   any  oiiiei p.u ii.'iii'.eiit.'iiy di\ i-inn in   11. C.  lhat it had moie registered voteis and  p )pul ttion   than    h-id    Virtmii    Citv  with lwo meiiibeis, though that   is   an  ui li in and this  -i   rural   division,   and  t'lal the  increase   of   both   population '  a ,i! volet- was gi eater heie than there  simelh.it time.     H:< liguies loo as  t,,  ilieaK-.i   of   Mr.    Rostock's    immense  Col.s'litlleiiey,      21I.1")0      sq 111 ro    lliiles.  out of :1ft2.-'iOU. the total area of   15. C. '  vu-ie u-rv interesting  and   heightened;  bv its Ciiinp.irism   with   the   area   of'  i i  ��������� (Jntaiio, -IU.G.jO si pi a re miles, and j  *, United Kingdom, 120,'.>79 square I  miles. If the Dominion parliament 1  readjusts representation this session or |  bc-ioie a census it should do justice to f  K )oU-ii iv by dividing Yale-G.u iboo. as  a census will bevoud doubt confniii its |  action. !  coat, and inuendd and insinuation' of  dishonest motiy.e.is,lcvelled at almost  all we have said on' public matters,  liven now because we have stood up  for the enfranchisement of the resident  of Revelstoke vve are attacked with  working !-a 'bare-faced scl.'eme" to  advance thc " petty .personal, self-  set-king politics of the Kellie gang."  Though time and again events have  proved false these willing to wound  but afraid to sti ike attempts of our  contemporary, no apology, iio retraction, follows by any chance. f\Ve  must, continue to live under the clouds  of suspicion of 'being irretrievably  bad and ��������� dishonest' andr idas, thpse  who agrees Ovith us must come under  that ban. "  This would be very bard to bear if  thore was public1 il|cliiia'tiou to believe  it, if there was a man in'the editorial  chair of oui- contemporary who argued  matters' upon their merits. Fortunately vve have an intelligent community  who respect fair play iind admire free  speech,, whten it doesn't abound iu bil-<;  linsggate adjectives and cowardly innuendo.; and as 'the Herald editor  (whoever lie'is) is not disposed Io treat,  his opponent as ,honest or" sincere the,  matter may he dismissed vvilh a hem t-  felt regret from us 'that we. have such  an associate.     , , '  Spk.vkinc; to the motion for correspondence re the Sibbald,dismissal, Mr.  Kellie. JM. P. P., staled, tlnit the dis  missed ofiicer vvns utterly incompetent,  as could be proved by the' repclrt of  the engineers. L.ast su miner-he had  squandered,morC'iiioney on some roads  than would pay bis salary for a year,  This i.s strong" language, Mr. Kellie,  and directly contradicting that of   the  "ind'igniitinnists"'  who   declined' Mr.  '  Slbbuldf "an ellicient and   capable   ud-  ministrditof' who discharged his duties  "in the best, interests of the! district."  11 is one thing.or the   othei-,   but.  one  'of these views can   be   light.   'Let   us  have the correspondence'by all  means,  a   commissioner   even,   it   necessary.  We want   to   fincHout   whether. -Mr.  "      -s l*  .Sibbuld's'dismissal was "a dirty piece  of business'",(a hi Herald), or whether  hois entitled to the nimbus of the  martyr of political wralli.  l  Oi;it purpose in calling titlenlion to  Sec'.' 11 I of Taxes oft Property Act���������V  which directs I hat "the assessor may  from time lo time, either before or  iil'tei a revision of the roll in 'respect  of assessment:'' ''Place thereon (subsection /)) the name of any person of  whose,liabilify to taxation he is satis-  lied"���������io not actualcd, most excellent  contemporary, by a ch-siro to advance  "the petty, personal, self-seeking politics of the Kellie gang," but by a desire to see the provisions of the. voters'  qaljlical ion at our lirst election taken  full advantage of by all who can qualify under this portion of it.    There arc  pondence. We-quote from press reports of the matter: "The motion for  the   correspondence   passed    without  opposition."  r ������ ��������� a  Too Much for1 Them.  The Toronto Telegram says: "This  telegraphic splutter from British Col  umbia need not be" mistaken for the  exclamations'of an indignant people.  All the noise comes froni^ the Turner-  iles, who are enraged at the discovery  that they cannot outplay Fighting Joe  Martin in the gentle game of politics."  FOUND ON THE SEA'  .'���������A .'Wreck.!.  Tho Result of-Shcer Neglect.  Dont you neglect thai little cold  or cough.. You can't afford to be  careless about your health; Secure a bottle of        " ��������� '  Lambert's Syrup  ,    -'-OP-  DOUGLAS PINE   I  it  It will make you all right.    Cures  colds and coughs and  is so easily  taken.  Your clriisgisi lias it at 25c a bottle  t '        ' "*  -jyrlSS STICKLE, -       '   '  Teacher of English, French, Music, ������������������  Drawing, oil and witter' color painting, etc.  Graduate of Ilellnuitlie Ladies' College, London, livening classes in English branches.  TERMS���������������10 lor -21) lessons, one hour per lesson.' ' Special rates for luinilics. Address,  Mrs. Hulchis-oii's, First' Si., 1 doors west" ot  Imperial bank. ���������  R. McLIiAN ���������  Has moved his ollice mid residence from  lho   Hotel   llevelsLoke to the,   cottage  TWO  DOOIIS   EAST  Ol* COWAN BLOCK,  THIRD STREET.  Night or day calls attended to.       Telephone  JAMES MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, cEtc.,  On'icK Cowan Block,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  P. O.'BoX'lOS. , '   ���������  ^���������^wwniiiH  FRED. M. WELLS, Mine Examiner.  Gold,   Silver;  Lead,  and  Copper Ores   c " ,  W.  PELLEW HABVEY,  F. G. S., Etc.  As������ay Ollice.--and Metallurgical \Voi-ks,  "  VANCOUVKI!, I". C.  Sampling Works, 717-719 Pender Street.  Is prepared to   purchase   the   above   classes  numbers who should  have a municipal j       of ores for ihe following English houses.  I        whom he represents, viz.:  ver.o who can get it   by tins means and j Vivian & s-oas. Swansea. Elliotts-Metal Co.,  if ilii..--in.ti-..,.!.i,. i'���������.   ',[,,,-.   ;,,.��������������������������� . Ltd.. Biirryport,  South- Wales.  Smelters,  it  tlifj .ippiec.ate l.ie   .iIailj*   interest.!        Kcflne^, I/csilverizcrs. Manufacturers.  in thnm tbey   will   take  advantage  of i Checking   smelter   pulps   a    specialty.  A , i ���������_  this (ip]iiirt>mii y.  AT  - Tiii: Yii-tmia time- is discussing the i  end of tl.e .'.-ntiirv quesiion and af- '  i.i in- tha: thy ra-w or.e begins- wiib I  the veil' !"1. fl i-- a pip.-r vvilh a.  iit-'i'.ii-v    i i*i"   ,ii:'l   ("an   .-ippr--ci.itc   ,i  (.'Oil!'. Ifitltill!)   "i-.  thc   s.:ljj.'C*     f I Mill     sllf.il  an eminent  wi-itci  ;i. Culvh-.      In    his  ( YoUIU cli's    !.-ii''!'s     and     sj,....,.!,r.i     [j,.  ^!^-,���������      --Tili'-    w-i-    ;���������!    .l.iii      I ?,<>',   (���������!���������*.;  (liui'i- is in his 'nis.  liriii   v e ii-' aivs,.\s  l ���������. ear older   thin    'iie   cei,tin \ A      A  Ulivi'i   ('".m-.vi-ll   \v,is   horn   '.n   .\j'iil  "2.1th.  )~<'.)'.\   tin- S.ige of   L'lif Ise.i    was  imdoiibi.-dly of the   opinion   ihat    ihi-'-  tlu'ii .r-ntury began with 1 oOO.  Ai.r.   the   laik   of   general   elect inn i  caused bj  the reported resignations   of  nieinbeis-of   the   legislature   has   suit-!  i  mered down (o four vacancies;  one   in J  Vancouver,  three    in    Vicl/jiia.     The  i  Vancouver seatjuis been ah early   won i  by the go'vei nment candidate   without  opposition, and   the   prospect   i.s   that!  two fit least of the  Victoiia   s-f.,its    will  itlso go government.     Thai olccrion  is j  MOKERS  G'OODS  Mone.v  I'.I'.P. Case Pipes, Meer-  s,*ii turn Pipes, Cigar and  (.'ig.iiei te Cases in Moroc-  i'h i.nd Le;iili(*r, Cigar and  (���������'ig:iieit>* Holde.s, Tobac  u, ���������lm.-., elc.j  I'tirs.i", Scientific JJooks on  .Mining, oie., Musical In-  si ruiiieiits, Violins, I'.anjos,  (ii: it nis. Mandolins, Strings  and other accessories.  Driving and delivciing ;i specialty.  Teams a! wit\-, i early at shortest  notice. Cont.r.iC.is for jobbing  taken-    Agent   lor  JL C. Oil Co.  Wi: tee! sine wc can safely appeal  to the refinement of the lespoiisibli!  citizens of Kevelstoke. as well  its * 'to. 'what ,. the Herald, ,,calls  th:.' "entirely irresponsible and  reck!i:7s portion ��������� of the. community"  to absolve iis'from, being possessed of  the Mniliievaliiin desires with which it  saturates our every move. Wc have  always got " they usual littleyschcnie,"  behind everything vve do, an nxc to  griivl.is in   the- sleeve: ,of   our * every  a long w,i_\ olr'. )  Vv',: ,-���������r. gUl lo s7'c lu77, Mr. Deane, j Robert     SaHlSOll,  AT. V.  P., has  adopted   tln>   suggestion ,  made recent iy L\ (his paper asking for  provincial   administration   of   railway |  ���������belt lands.     Mr.'.Dearie's ' motion   fori  ne.gritifitioii.s with the, 'Dominion   gov-.  e.Tiniient on .the subject, vva.s   seconded  by Mr.   Kellie:,: M. P. Pi,   and   pnsHed"  with*oik: dissenting vole.   7  .Tiir. Ff.ni'ald in a special dispatch  represents Mr. .Kellie as opposing the  motion  for   Sibbald   dismissal   corres-  COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL  KAMLOOPS, B.C.  '" '"   :*'      ' ''   ', -' ' '.' ... ; ���������': '   ���������'  .Best 0], everything going.  Peter Ba'rnhardt,       -        Prop,  HIGHEST CASH PBIC1  PAID FOR  I, the undersigned, rcpreprcsentiiig Joseph  Ullnian ill Winnipeg, wish to inform,those  Iiandiiiig raw furs, thnt 1 will remain in Winnipeg until August 18th, lSSCJ. ��������� Ship ine your furs  nnd get highest-, market values. Prompt returns , assured. Xo commission charged.  Write for price list to    ,   ,  Q.' W.   Baldwin,  p. o. nox ooi.  WINNIPEG, MAN.  Are You Looking For  As T begin stock   taking   this  month,  'and   vvill   be  taking  i- stock of the Tin, and Granite ,  ware this   week,   I   vvill   give  20 per cent,Discount  ���������,   on   all   these   lines   for   this  |5    week only.      Look   over your  wants and   give    nie   a , call.  *2"^S^^������^^gs������at><^5^>: t^s^^m^^^^^^m^^^.  -y ,   '     Try some   of (he chyant preparations kept by  i  THE OANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO.,  finch as fjcolt'tt J'hmds'wn, Syrup of White Pine  and Tar, Allans Limy JUdsam, Sliihh's Cough  "     i\ Cure, l'yny Pectoral, and  several other of the  Best PwjHirafiontt.  ii  '^^^m^^^^^Ss^^^^^^^^^&s^^^^^s^S^^  -He won't'use it, because its "shine" lasts  Agent Gin-iicy's Souvenir   ltaiiges  I-,   . TV.'M. LAWRENCE  Hardware anil Tiiismithiiig,  ' -'      1* 44.      f ,  Revelstoke Station,    - ' B. C.  1    ' ���������' * *  '%, ���������  This space is reserved fur the  K00TEKAY LUMBEll^CO.,  limited, Comaplix, B: C, R. Tlip  \  ping,   ageii't,   Revelstoke,   B.   C.\  ���������^-J  0^  too long, and Seems too simple. |  'Pays him better to use a j  wax pore-filler, and jpolish  up a previous polish.  Paid by the week,  instead of by,the pair,  he'd shine-the actual'!  hard   and  smooth surfaced, with  4+������EESI>444  H. N. Coursier, Sole Agent for Revelstoke.  NG EXCHANGE  Fi*ont St., Revelstoke,   ���������  ' t  GUS.  LUNIJ', .���������'���������' -     . ,-   "   4- -'   ,  PROPRIETOR  Best $1 a day house in town.     White lb'aour only  The bar is supplied with the best brands of wines,' liquors  and  '   J. V. PERKSqManager.  -���������=5?   .-=..~jQ.igars.  Fresh grocericSj   canned  goods   and   fruits:  Norway   salt    herrings     and,  stockfish   at  LIZDsT   &c   CO.  All kinds .-of fresh vegetables. Plain and  fancy crockery at moderate prices. Orders  by .mail, promptly attended to.  O  *i%/Q/Q^/Vb/^/Q^/Q^&&^/Q/fy'&/&/^j^&^^/Q/%''  ���������^^Vft^/^W^*  i  PublisKed^by       , '  1 <���������'   :7.rv* c-  '  ,'  Kootenay'Mail, Revelstoke  ^I^IGE  50c  R. HOWSON & CO   Furniture and  Undertaking.  R3pairinpn!lUpliolst83'ing Done.  Wiii-elioiihe in connect ion for storage  of finnily (iiirlollierfiii-iiilure. Iriiiilcs,  rlc.. at monthly or oilier rates.  Agents for Ftiiyiiioiid Hewing ^lachinen.  Revelstoke Station. B.Gv  j������ H. HEAPS &. CO.,  Machinery Brokers,  ���������   /W. ('oi'dovii .Sti-cc.*-, ���������  VANCOUVBIl, B.C.  FOR SALE���������A (|iin.nt ily of light, second lnuid  Stocl Knlla.  The only complete map of the great Fish Creek Camp.  The only   published  map  of the   Fish   Creek Country.  Cf  3<  Wholesale dealers in  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Agents   for   the  Karn Pianos, and   remember  Karn  is  King  A large stock of  Cleveland and Brantford?  Bicycles.  Office, Cowan Block, - Revelstoke  Braying!  ALL KINDS OF WOOD  Delivered in any,part of  1 the town. '  J.--0. Hutchison,  ,ci THE KOOTENAY MAIL  "-"5f .>       ':  L"' r " V:uDYAR"3-^P������-'Ne d  * Smv. Fii-Mftj'i-lj'.Nlied���������All'lli-.bis I'.curved.)  Ahnc.'-t any ji'loi will tell you that his  vvnr:: is niii-.-ii una-.: <lil'.n-i<l: Ihan you  "iin;iuiiii';"l)u; lho i*>'lot*>n.'tlie I'lnj^li know  thai, lliey liavc.oni; hundred, mile. ( f the  niosfd.uiirci-'iiij river un e-irtli i-unniii^  tIirouuli their hand'*���������lhe Hindi lief wtvn  Calcm.ta and Iln* Hay of JJcmi.i' ��������� iiml f-.iy  nothing. ' '1'iifir service i.s picked qi:hl  sit'i cil a-j ciii-elully as lhe Leach of lhe an-1  ������������������rcine court, for a jiirjyi.- can only lfv.uo������J  the wronjr 'mail, hut a careless pilot ran  lo'ca four iliouvunl io-i ship with crow  and c.-u-jjo in le--. lime than it takes to  revcr.-c lho entfiiics. ,,  ''Tliere i** very lit Pit* chance'of irellhigolT  aii.ihi vvjicn o:ii-c yui nuicli hi the fmiiiii"  current of this river loaded wi! iinill t''ie  fai. s-ili. of the lhe ii"I<ls of lic-mj.-il^wliere  hiirrouiKiiiii,-. .(.'h.-i'me two feet hcLweeu  tide-, aiid iK-vv .clruiiii'i*" make or elT.-w,  ihcni.st'lvv, in as. .i-on. Men have fomdil'  .tl.e ilu.uli I'.11- i\io h-.ni'ir.'.l year-, till, no-v,  thc'river uwiu, ;i hiuxy '.uuhUm; with  drawing, .survey and telegraph '' depart-  inents (levored lo its exiliisivi- .service, as  well Ias a* body of wardens who are called  the p.irt onnni-���������io:ier-.  They ������iii-1 tlieir oilicm-'s povum absolute  ly from lhe Ihnjli Lri-.iu," to ihe la<-t buoy  at' Pilot's liidije. one -1-uiidred 'and forty  miles av.-ay, and our- in I'nc I) iy of Hen^al,  where the steamer.? fir-at idck unfihe pilots*  froin the,l;riie. o  <������> A Ji'u^li pilot does not brine; paper-,  .ilioai-il or f-ci-aiiil.-le up rope' ladder.-, lie  arrives in Iiis-besr. clothes ,with i't native  .servant or assistant to wait on him, and  he behaves as a man should who, can earn  iiten thouSand dollar.-! a year after .twenty  ye;i(>' apprentieenhip.    Ile-Ll!as  beautiful*)  ��������� rooms in the'xioi'i oflice at Calcutta, and  generally keens himself io the societv of  bis own profession,  for ihouuh   tho telc-  ' graph reports the more important bound-'  ing.-, of rhe river daily there i> much to he  learned her ween trip and rrip.  Some' trillions of tons of flopping r.iu^t  find iheir way to and from Calcutta each  twelyc luoutii, and unle-.s the Ifugli were  watched as closely as men watch the At-  ' lantic cable-there j.-. a feu.-that ic might  silt'up as it lnis hiked un I'ound the, old  Dutch and   Portugese ' porrs tvyenry and  1 ihirry miles behind Calcutta, ^o the port,  oflice sounds and' scour... and 'dredges and  builds spurs iind devices for coaxintr currents'and labels allelic buoys with their  proper letters .and attends to the'scnia-  pliorco.-mil the h-r'nts and .the drum, ball  and cone storm 'siimals, and (lie pilots-oC  the Hugli do ihe resff but' iu spite of all  i lie,cn ro the Hugli swallows a .ship or two  every year.       " ��������� '  Wlien^'lartin Trevor had followed this  life from his boyhood: when' he' had risen  to be a senior pilot entitled to bring up to  Calcutta the "big ships drawing over  'twenty-four feel tlu'il can (or could till a  few'year.s ago) only pass, by special ar-  i*.-.ii������H.'i::eut; when lie'La I talked'nothing  liutlfiigli audViiotag'1 all .his life, ho vvas  exceedingly' imiiirnaiiV thai his only sou  . .should dcl-ide upon f.'llav* ing his lather's  profession. Mr". Tii-v.y.- had died when  the boy was a child, and iis he g:-cw older  Trevor, in the' interv.il-> of his businey,  r.oMecd tliKt the l.ui-wa.-i very -i frcn h.v the  river sidc-no u'ce place for a hoy.. Onto,  ryy.S '<"iPP''/A  "^-s-j-ovxg .um "vorr.n in; tx tub how.  '     when h^'iisKfeUiini if he could make any-  '     "      thine out ofllic^hippi*".-,  little Trevor replied by reeling olbrh.? list of all thc house-  ihvz-. ui siidit at the nicoi-iiigs.  '���������You'ircomo to a L*.id-^c.!li!,_Jiin." paid  Trevor. ''Little hoyshaven'l any business  to know housO-fia^s."  "Oil. Tedro at the SiiilorS' home taught  me.   lie .-ays you can't begin too early.''  "At wl at. please:-"'  "Piloting. I'm nearly fourteen now and  ���������and I know where all lhe shipping in  the river is. and I know what there vvas  - yesfi'i'day over ���������.!���������.(���������- Maya pur b:ir. and I'.-i*  been down to Diamond harbor���������oh, a  hundred  limes���������ami I've���������"  "You'll go to school.-on. and learn what  ,  they'll nach you. and v-.u'll  turn oui bettor "than a pilot.'-'   said ,his   I'aiher. but he  ' might just as well hu* ������������������ mid usliovol-nn-oil  porpoisQ of lhe river ,10  come ,-tshore mid  ��������� be'jrin life as a hen.    Ji'i   held his  tongue  ���������he noticed that all the Lor nlloN in lho  port ollice did that���������and devoted his young  atte'iition and all his i.pare tinicand money  W������ the river he loved.   '  Trevor's sr,;. becmie as well known as  the Hank-hall itself, and the port police  ���������>' let hiin inspect their launches, and lho lug  boat captains had always a place for hi in  at table, ami the marcs o������ the big steam  drctigci-s used to show hiin how the in.-i-  chini'i-y worked, and ilicro vvcre certain  native row boats tli.-if. Jim practically  owned: and he extended bis patronage to  the rail that runs to Diamond harbor,  fortv niilco down the river. In tho old  davs nearly all lhe East Tiulia Company's  ships used "to discharge at Diamond harbor  0:1 account of, the shoals iibove, but now  sli'ps go straight up to Calcutta, and lliey  have only some moorings for ve-sels in  disire.-is there, aud a telegraph .service and  a harbor master, who vvas Jim's intimate  friend. Ho would sit, in the office and listen  to tlie soundings of the shoaKiis they were,  reported every day, and attend 10 the  movements of the steamers up iind down  (Jim always felt- lie had iost soiiKaj.iuig iL  11 boat got in or out. of the river without  his knowing it), and when the big liners,  with their rows of burning port holes, tied  up in Diamond harbor for tho night Jim  would row iron: one ship to tho other  through the .sticky hot air and the bir/.z-  ing mosquitoes and listen respectfully as  the* pilots conferred legethcr. Once, lor a  treat', his father took him down clear out  lothes.ind li.c-ids and the pilot brig, and  Jim was joyfully .sett sick as she tossed and  pitched i'11 the buy. fto he had 10 icn down  three or four times more with Irienilly  pilots (ill he had cured his wii-kncss, Tiie  cream of ihe, ihuiiirli, was coining i.p in a  tug or.a police, bail I'mn Diamond harbor, to Ciil'cutta over the James anil Mary  -Hhe terrible, fiiuids christened ������������������after 11  royal ship they sunk two hundred'years'  alio. They are.' niitdu by two rivers that  .  *'���������    miter lh'1- ilitgH hIx hi lies apart-'iind i.hro'w..  ^heir .)'.'. ii ' 1'PuPfK.vo.,-; 1 ..3 "I. c.r iLc n!."n  stream   i.c-rlist   -.villi   c.-.c'.i   Im-iVrCi ths  w a !*i*r i'.i'.il lido the ������������������������������.(!. ,-\Pi.z and  c\.; :���������-;() like a cio::-l. I;, v,.:, I-.-".'.-. (;i:e  i','.",fo,',n;l  rniiL'!;   wore  '--.'..'.���������;!   t.'icy :.ve  . 1 i i i'.i i he : i--.ii and grow 1 o." IV- l'nu^dv  v.-;!er-) lhat the Cmui'.i > of .Silrli-ig,  J.r.-.-.':i l.ii.idic! ions', touch'. 1 i1;.'": can-  ..iz.-d. i'.i t.i! minutes; and a' two '.hou-acd  io-i s.e.-uK !��������� i.i iivi,: aud ii n:i _-i-1:1 sliin 111  fii-c: .*ii!i ;!!.->:': j.- sL.'.-in-.c:- 'li'i'n-i".!;.* hi an"  ' i:. ; *.'���������:(, iioidiiiir���������iliiwii her : .' 1 '-ith tlie  l.ii-i-; iij-id  '-'no';': Li iis  she   1.-h'-l   ovc:-.  Y.'l  1)1/(1   .-."'i",'   IllMl-llCi   (I'I    t;  "   .'-I!.I's .-ind  j; -* .-*'::*.* r.vci* knocks I,-.; .'.,-,v: a:.d  ,1. y!cs 1 "!��������� road th" s.ii'dsCii.ivr'" ail .ivnmil  li/r ."i/'. r. .';;h out under water a'.d lake  n1' 1- *i,-ii),'-".  Voii'ig Ji.n wou.id lie up hi i!-c hows-of  lh > I.:: .*.:*,1 watch the .-'.-.: 111": '.: lnn.ys  ql.iil: a .ii ��������� moi he r in the r o'!V,--- ,'i.r -d r.-il  , currci.T.' ami tho .*���������< in i;-'i ������������������: s and  ii,-/y .*". cn.-'i^ fnan ihe hank i:.--v iiiuoh  wne* there was iu the , channel  'inl he !*j'i'ii" 1 that liK'ii vvlioih'i! wilh  1*.ic:i c in .-,','oid lojj'o (':i!*,'k"si,:i ih<> olunice  ill"; -,r-ii- n-liov.-s liciiin like un 111; '.*iit men  v. an deal v\-;t,h things'ilai-i' not i-i-l.-i**: for an  i:is!.! '1. "And thai'.-, Uie wry ivavm,"  i,*i'l .*icl'',.M'!i sjiid to him our.', "that the  Jiii',!!'- ,'M', I Mary is the, *.a''.'s'.,, ] ay', of liic  ri-..'!-." iind.hcpiit thc llig black Han.loorali  il.ai d-.-aw'j I ivcn'.y-Iive I'ce-j ii.ro e.-h the  E isii'i'.i f.al, vvitli a tuvhaa of wiiite foam  wi-appt'il round her foot iind Ler .-.crew  b.'.uiuii as s;c .ulily as his own heart. ���������  1 .11:11 could lint get away lo the river  't'l.vo '.'..-ijj id ways lho big, co..;! \tt r��������� oflice,  where? 1 l.e .soundings,v.eru c-.-i'k ul.i.etj and  the 1 :i,'.ps wc-iv (L-avvii; ci-.the pilot '*. fnoui,  vvhci-' be could Le in a long chair and li-t-  eii to tlie i ilk about lho li'tig1.;; and there  w,*.< the lihiviry, where if you luiel liitmcy  you conld buy charts find Looks of diree-  1 he's against the lime that you iictu.-illy  sl.'ii'i'.'il o\i!i' lhe places iheimelvv?. It,  wa-, exci'Cbigly haul for .Jim to hold the  list of Jewish king.s in his he-id, and ho  v.-as move, than uncertain as to the end of  the verb'"audio" if, you fpllow.d it far  ci niieli down Lhe page1, but ho ejpui'l keep  th ��������� sound::i���������s of i'hrcC channelsdisrinct ia  hi,*) h'.'.id .uid^.-.-hat is r:ore confusing, the  cluing'.', in the b- Garden' Heath  down lot'nig   ," " the 3i'?.'it&r  (To l"c Cijiiliiiiird.)   '! ,,  MAXWELL'S MISSION.-  ,  mI (t'oiiti. iio.t i'rc-iti Last Wtek.)  sorry for yot., I.Jii::wc.ll. "i-.on.i^y soul I  11111, iuiil if, you -want tp escape, why,'  iniiu, -I'll look the other way, and Itobsrts  too.  I'll help yon too. ,-ByJovc I will!"  llo spclrp with almost itnsions euthti-  Einsr.i, i's if he really would like to see,.  Uaxwcll take his riOo aud horse and"!  ride oir, hot lhc yo;m*:,!;{c*3* only smilccl  . and walked oh' (0 thc'iiver. It was getting d:nk lapidly. Crocofiilos. were tiboni  in nil probahility, but tho iiiou'cor did  * not look to f.co. He waited a minute,  in:u then, coulroiliug his voice with un  eliorl, lie 'Piuig out ,as curelcssly^as ho  could: ,      ,   c        . 1-    ,  "I'say, yoiufellows; look hero I I believe this; is 11 diamond. " '  The moo succeeded. Tho two trooper.'*  ciuiiC Ici^ui ?ly'down fiom the 'cum-  Maxvyell glanced anxiously at I hem, and  his eyes Jit-up triumphantly, for thcy  T,v cro vuir.i-r.icd. Thgy l:nd left ihei'i* gun.'i  and pislols i.ud belfeb^ihe Tire.  "Diamond!''  cried   Wayne, his  pipe  ' between his lipf.   "Let's sec, Max.' Every thing's possible in Africa.    Why not  diamond's here as well as at Kimborley?  Where is it?-'  Mi'.swell win standing  on  the very  trial: ol the,river, where tho bank was  two ci* tiirco feet high  aL-ivc the swift  water.   Leisurely they api.-ioachcd him,'  coniiiig'to,his side. ��������� ������'      "  "Let's kcc," said Wayne again.  Sitdclon'y Maxwell dashed between  them, rniiuiag some SO yards away from  lhc river: 'Mis rifle sprang to^iis slioul-*  dcr, his tvo glanced keenly through the  sigh tii.   |i"  ."Wncht cen beef je, you scoundrels!"  he r-honlj'd iii triumph. "'Move n foot  ifud 1 ll| drop you to the crocodiles!  Wi'.cht ciiii bectjc! It's my tv.rn now.''  He  'fjipod  between  them   and   their  nr:  rjjd v.-ith his rifle, a, repeater,  they liiicv? he was a sure shot. They  both Itinicu white, and neither spoke.  J\i hist, with an oath, Wayuc found ul-  toranco.  "Jk this fi joke?" he cried angrily.  "Abfiit ;:s much .so as y,1k-;i ynu hit  me ever Hie head with a knobkcirie,'''  said Maxwell calmly. '"1 know now  who (he Boers were. You and 'your  limiting p:\*-s! Y'on talk too much, Sergeant Wayne! When you repeated that  call tor "help���������'Wacht ecu bceljc'���������on  (he inarch today, I recognized your  voice. When yon told me how you and  Robert'" had been out hunting without  leave, you marie me think, and uf3w I  know. Oiv..> mc that belt next- youv-skiii  ���������-my bell 1"  yc.i'ro crazy!"  cried tho Per  il. t  "What  gr.-.ni-,   with  a fcrccc1   1  loll?"  "The one I saw about yfniwhcn vour  tliirfcwas drawn aside hy the firewood  yon e.uriccl. Unbuckle it and throw it  hero Ucioro I count thrae.  Quick!"*  Tlie sergeant glared furiously, but  made no movement.  "Olio!"  The 5-crgcant sulkily moved his baud.  "Two!"  The surly trooper, Roberts, who had  hitherto remained still, suddenly broke  the silence by a torrent of o.uhs.  "You ass!" he cried, turning on  Wayue. ' 'Didn't I tell you ro give ine  my.share and throw away the belt? But  you wouldn't. Yon waited a chance to  bolt with it all. And now you've queered ns Loth."  In a paroxysm of rngo ho flung his  heavy fist backward in the face of his  accomplice. Wayne, taken hy surprise,  retreated, and his second step carried  him over thc bank into the stream. He  went down with an appalling cry,  drawn from h'iin not so much by dread  of (tic current as by the swift aud hor-  litl recoiled ion of what fearful beasts  had there their home. In such an instant the. minds of men hctiay each its  normal ticnd, :..:<! the two men left on  iho 'bank now proved what instincts  swayed their actions.     '      , '     ���������   \\  "Tho- belt! The belt!" yelled. Rpb-jl  erts. "He's got thehclt!". And he. leaped from  the, buuk  to", s'afvp, thyroid,  Maxwell ultiTZfL Sj ~c?i. iio xjao.  heard rhat despairing cry, had seen the  agonized' face- as the man fell, and he  dropped his rifle and leaped into tho  stream to save a fellow creature, although a moment before he was sternly  .determined to shoot him where he  stood. 'The rwo leaped so nearly together and so closely after the falling body  that all three were struggling in tho  water together. They were all ��������� good  swimmers���������pioneers had' need to be^;���������  and in another instant they would have  scrambled out, -when from the mud  hank, neai the shore, there slid a dusky  form that plunged heavily into the water. All three troopers heard that- ominous plunge close to tbein.'and all three  knew what  caused it.    With a hideous  ' yell Wayne, suddenly paralyzed" with  fear, screamed:  ' 'Save mcj_JMaxwell, Maxwell, save  me!" MuxvvelTwas already clinging to  the bank, but he turned to the river  again and saw tho sergeant, so stricken  with horror that he was utterly unable  to ,ieach the shore. Two strokes bore  the youngster tothc sinking man's side.  OMaxwcll caught him with his left hand  and grasped 4,the belt about his waist.  With all his strength he drew Wayne to  tho bank and dragged him ashore, literally out of the jaws of a huge crocodile.  Then auotneryellof agony arose from  tho river. The great reptile, disappointed at its first attempt, had darted about.  'Its jaws opened' once more' and closed.  The next moment, save for a reddish  tinge on the water, the -river flowed on  as before, and Roberts had 'disappeared.  Wayne was weak ns a child from  shock aud sobbed hysterically, implor-':  ing young M-ixwell not to leave him. In  the collapse Gf his nerves ho himself unloosened (he belt of gold and gave it to  tho other and poured out, with a flood  ' of tears, his confession, telling how the1  dead man and he, knowing somehow of  Maxwell's mission, had left  tlio camp  and lain in wait for-him.  Maxwell., said liitlo, but as soon as  the' sergctmt- had recovered sufficiently  , he ordeicd him to saddle up, although  ���������ic'was riowvdark, and tiirough'all'' that  night they lode their weary horses back  to camp, bub with positions reversed,  for ho who came out a3 a prisoner returned as the guard.'  At early inorning tbe "young pioneer  told his stoiy in the'^conimacdiug officer's tent, giving him the belt with tho  money intact, and as the ofiicer shook  hands and congratulated him Maxwell  saluled and said with a triumphant  smile:  *"If yon can trust mo again, sir, I  shall be glad to complete n.y mission."  --P. Y. Black in Kew'Yorlc Sun.  THE EXD    ,     ���������  a y   Dissolution of Partnership.  -VT0T1CE IS 1IEKEUY GIVEN* that the  S\ partiioi.ship heretofore existing belwocn  .Mrs. H. W. Sinytho and II. V. Scott, under the  1I1-111 niuiieotaiiiytho ic Scott, mining brokers  nnil commission agents bus this d������y been dissolved. All accounts owing the lato firm arc  now due unci payable to Mrs. S. \V, Smytlie.  MHS. S. Yv". SMYTHE.  , II. V. SCOTT.    .*  lle'velstokc, January 10,1800.  /<  39-lt  Application for Liquor License.  -VTOTICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN* that 30 days  JLN ul tor date 1, tin*, undersigned, intend to  applv to the stipendiary magistrate tor the  North Hiding ot West liooteniiy lor a license  to sell liquors by retail at my Hotel in Kcvcl-  i-toke, 11. O. ��������� >  .- ���������       , ROBERT CALEY,  Da:cd at Rcvclsloke, B. <J. Jan. 2, lt>������J0.       ' 304  ASSESSMENT ACT AND  REVENUE TAX  ACT  REVELSTOKE DIVISION OF WEST KOOT-  '      ENAY DISTRICT.  '  -  "VTOTICE iu hereby given that, in accordance  .tN with the statutes, thnt Provincial Revenue T.ik and all taxes levied undei- the Assessment Act arc now clue for the year 1S09. All  the above named taxes collectible within the  Itovelstoko Division of West Kootenay District  arc payable at my ollice, tlio court house, Rov-  As-ess n\ (axes are collectible at" fhe follow-  Ff piiid on or before lhe 30th day of .lunc,  1?!'0:���������  Three-fifth" <>f one percent on real properly.  Two and one-half per cent, on the assessed  value of wild liuid.'  One-half of one per cent, on personal property. .     . .     '  (in so much of tlio iiiconm ot any person as  exceeds one thousand dollars the following  rates li'inielv. upon such excess of income,  when thc-aiiio is not more than Ion thousand  dollars, one per cent.: when such excess is over  (en ihoiisniKl dollar.** and not more than twenty  Uiou-.unl dollars, one and one-quarter of one  nei- cent : when -uch excess is over twenty  thou-and dollars, one and one-half of  one per  ������CIt' paid on or after 1st July. lSDfl:-  Kour-lifths of ono per cent on real property.  Three per cent.'on the assessed value ol wild  land. I , ,  Three-fourths of one per   cent, on personal  property. . ,,     . .  On ������o much of the income ot any person ns  exceeds one thousand dollars the following  r.itl*������ niiiiielv, upon such excess, when the stinie  is not more t'liau ton thousand dollars one and  one-quarter of 0110 per cent.; when such excess  is over ten thousand dollars and not 11101-0 than  twentv thousand dollars, one and one-half of  one pe'r cent.; when such exoefas is over twenty  thousand dollars, one and three-quarters of ono  percent. , ,,  Provincial revenue tax,   three  dollars per  cal),w" '     jr. x. COURSIER.  ,'-  .Assessor and Collector.  Revelstoke, B. C. January 10th, 1809. 10-1  fceVelstoke * frjosptol'  Maternity ward in connection.  Vaccine kept on hand ....  Fred Robinson, Proprietor.  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Finishing"  ������      a  OUT BATES FOR SPOT CfASH-  F;  Drs. McKechnie and Jeffs,  -  Attendants.  W. a. BIRNEY  c  Painter and Decorator.  1  Graining, Carriage Painting and Paper  Hanging.  DEALER   IN    WALL   PAPERS.  MoKonzic Avonuo,  REVB6ST0KE STATION  ! Wholesale and Retail.:.  K. BUTCHER, /j,  DEALER IN"  Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught  Horses.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  A Gold Brick!  Not the '"fake" gold brick which,  you have all heard so much of  but a brick made'of clay which is  worth its weight in'gold.  ���������c '  Where is it ?  It is made heie'in youi* own town  ' by   the   Revelstoke    Brick'   Co.  which has already a large number  on the market  and   iu   use. ,,See  our samples before ordering.  ,i<a    '.  Revelstoke   Brick   Co. ,  _^   SPECIALTT"!  Ikooteha^ flDail * 6* *'lRe\>el8tbhe, B/(I.  c������  O   (P l  tfZXO  The  present   centre  headquarters for  I  and future  MINING OPERATIONS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  p'  TROUT  /  J.R.HULL&CO."  Wholesale    and   Poetail  :b"0"tcie3::e:r,S-  'Purveyors of High-class Meats  &���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  All orders in cur line vvill be promptly  attended to.  S  AND ���������  America's tat  Trans-Continental Route  Quick Time !  i  Good Service !  First Class and Tourist Sleepers  Through  From Ocean to Oeean  Tickets   issued  through  and  baggage  checked to destination.  East- DAILY TRAINS "Wist���������  8.35'.c. Ivo Kevelstoke Ivo IG.jO k.  TO AND KIIOM KOOTENAY POINTS  8.15 k. Ive Revelstoke arr 16.0.3 k.  For information, rates, time cards, maps and  tickets apply to  T. "W. BltADSIIAW,  Agent, Revelstoke, or  W. 1<\ ANDERSON,  Travelling Passenger Agent, Nelson,  E. J. COYLE,  District Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  fio,  GITY  ADVANTAGES.  It is the centre of the Lardeau mining district..  It will have railways to  the north and south.  Its climate is superb. r  It has plenty^of-Buildihg  timber and a sawmill  in operation providing  lumber at reasonable  prices on the spot.--  Its lake afto������rds exceptionally good trout  fishing.  It has a crown grant, purchasers of lots thus obtaining an absolutely  clear title.  ROUT   LAKE   CITY  is reached by rail from  ���������  Revelstoke   to   Arrow- -  head.- 2S' miles ; thence  by steamer, 10 miles, to Thorn-,  son's  Lar.dinsr;   and   a   short  stage of '12 miles;   the, entire  journey occupying only 6 hours,  through magnificent mountain*  and lake scenery.  Well-known mining promoters' and capitalists' already  have their representativesl5vpn  the ground, ,-and it is no"'^  boomer's dream to say that before another six months Trout,  * . v  Lake City will be a bustling ,  centre of business,and the principal town in this treasure-ladenc*.  Lardeau, the, new centre of attraction   for   the. best   mining  enterprise;"   skill   and    capital  which 'British   Columbia   has  magnetized within her ^borders. ,-  * The climate^ and soil of the  district are ali; that   could   be'  desired by the rancher, gardener  or ��������� fruit   grower    for    whose  products a profitable and rapidly, increasing   market   exists ;  whilst to -the - sportsmen   the  neighborhood affords game ino  plenty.  The accommodation includes  good hotels, stores, post office,  recording office,   butcher  shop i  and'many private residences.  ' Building operations are in  full progress, and the'esiablish-  ment of the sawmill will tend  still more to enhance the immediate growth of thio  town.  rising  The - Canadian - Paeiie  Steamship Co.'s  -STEAMERS-  ROSSLAND   and   KOOTENAY  Leave Arrowhead daily for all points in Kootenay, making connection at Nakusp for  all points on Nakusp and Slocan Ry. and  Slocan Lake.  Close connection at Robson for Nelson and nil  Kootenay Luke mid River points, and for  Trail, Rossland and points south.  For full information, tickets, maps, etc., call  on or address  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  Or to i  W. V, ANDERSON,        E. J. COYLE,,  Trav. Pass. Agent,       Dlst. Pass. Agent,  JMson, Bi<?, Vangouver, B,Q  1     11  00-03  PEICES   OJF1  LOTS.  Inside, $100; payable $33.33 down, $33.33 in 3 months, $  in 6 months.  Corners, $150; payable'$50 down, $50 in 3 months, ,$50  in   6  months.  (These prices are for a short time only.)  T. L. HAIG, Revelstoke, General Agent.  HUGH McPHERSON, Trout Lake Cm���������Resident Agent.  ABRAHAMSON BRuS., Pkopkiktohs.  First-class Table  ���������   Good Beds  ���������������  Fire-proof Safe  ^Telephone   +   'Bus Meets all Trains  BBTBLSTOEE,    B.C.  vmt-w o  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  i/ui  't  - ' Haek 'and Cough  Your/Life Away! " . '  iSiL uii'Li UuUusi -VELUiuMits, ,.  That docs nut contain opiates'-  Thi\*t docs not.   contain   stunulenls  Th.-it poc< not weaken  the   system  That   doc.s   not,   induce    injurious  ������������������-  b.-ihils ' "'���������*���������    _  -"That caii he* taken bybahics i  Th.-it can be lakt-n by'children  'l^al cnn be depended on  .s     That d()c.s i-11i-i- colds ,  i 'I'liitt .1.).-.-. curi'soi e tlii'oats.  Thti (..due-, cui c sore chr-st  That docs pn-veiil croup  '.   -Thai does prevent whooping cough  --Mackenzies Cough Balsam  ,        ,-   i-jole Canadian Agent, '  Geo. F. Gurtis,  .**iiree.-,^or lo'l'ho ^lel). A. W. Co. p  Taylor, Elk,' Revelstoke, Station,,        ^ __ iV   ���������   fj BORN',    o    \ ,  Wilvin���������At Hevelsloke,   13.   C,   J'Yi-  ']      day,-Ian. 27th, 1899, tli'e   wife''of  Jt. ,S. Wilson, of a daughter.  McCautv _ At, ��������� Kevelstoke,    15.   C,  -��������� ���������  31 outlay.   J iln.   2-"), 189,9, the wife  of J'". McCarly, of a son.  R;:N"oiT--Af  Revelstoke,   IJ. C, Wed  nosday, Jan. 20ih,  1S99, thu wife  of  I.. Jjenoil, of ii son.  JV������%j  <ii'-'l^>  fr        Kootenay Lodge  ifTZp* Nc.'lSA.F. &A.M.  ���������V^- *    ,,+ , *   The l-eguliir meeting  are held in the Mas-  >w   =&���������������-'-b-X-\  /*T^       ouioTeinple.Roui-iie's  =^5v^i;nirS.c <f,fc&c= Hull,   on   tho   third  -a*^  ^Ki^:: M o ii d a j"   in' each  ?5^->���������;25-^.N^S.iiioiith   at   8   p.   in.  S?T2?������-..Tr.--.*0-    "\ isiting   brethi-en  '-y-��������� cordially welcomed.  , 0.,S. KL1N1JT. Sr.cnr.TAKY.  Y  ���������9  "Wholesale and Retail  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. Oii-F., -No.  .^Sijjj        Regular liieelingsa'i-e held  'Y^r^S^aS   ?" Oililfellows'. Hall every  ������&^^=������;#^, '.luirsday night.at eight  sfe^ASJ^Kg? o'clock. Vi.-iling brothers  fit-vii.*-- %*-o>*     oi-dhilly welcomed*.., :,--.  *l\ M001*l", N.'G.  T. J.GR.VlAM.-Sisc.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O.F.'No. 31C1.  ldfellows  second and  l^i^Sf^'A^ ��������� ..  kC'^WV' '?sS$Lv������/\foiirlli  l-'ridiiys  of ouch  ijf-k'.?.:.���������!^^^   iiionth.    Visiting lirctli-  rfiii   invited   to  attend,  \  ]J. R. (JAMl'UKLL.     ,   rO. I). .l.C. JOHNSON,  C. R. \ It. S,  a  ^r  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER  DIED.  O'oi:i)0.v���������At, Roveistoke, 11. C, Tliurs-  day. ���������Jan. "JGtli', 1899, infant son  of  R. (.Tordon.  Gdiiman ��������� At   St.    Clary's ".hnspita1,  ^s'ew Westminster, J5. C, Friday,  '   ,     Jan.   "20t.li,   '1899,   Patrick   Goi-  ���������)    nian, of Hevelsloke, J5. C. "  Four*���������At. Revel.sto/.'P, IS.. C,   Friduv,  - Jan.'27th, 1S99, Rev. F. A. Find,  vie.ir, of Ht. Peter's church,   Rov-  '-      "   elstn/.C. -     ' '  iOCAL AND.-PE.  ���������II.-A. t-Vrlcv is'-a   visitor to Ciliary  this; w'.cc/,;.        . " '  ' *L '  ��������� Rev. F. Fiu'd was ;i   visitor   in Reaver this 'week. ' t, ���������'   .,    ���������  EdJiilhnun was,up Tliuisdiiy fiom  Thi-ms-ams Landing.  'Hewitt linstock, ...li. P., left, for  JNevv   Denver   on   Tticsd.-iv   iiihruiii".  o - -.  Mr.*. Alex JMcRae and'cfainily returned   Thursday   from    "Illeciilevvnet.  Alderman'JFIelclior, of JNelsoii, was  in town at court ot   revision   Monday.  Many lines of goods going at 2'3  per cent discount- down Lo half price,  at the Cash Rii/a-ir, ������������������"Row-son block'",  o  r l  '.I'Iie ]>ublic sympathizes   deeply with  llr. and Mrs.*R. (Joidonin the loss of  , ��������� their infant son.  David Loiidilon   was  in   town" this  week fiom .Nelson,    lie  was  assistant  _ yard niiisler here recently.  W. J iobbs, lately loconiolive foreman nl the, Donald shops, came in  from the south Wednesday.  Selling out ill- clearing prices! mens  hats, shirts', undci wear and rubbers at  the Cash Daza.-y:, <H.owson block,     o  Messrs. Johnson,   Douglas (2), Pick-  ard and Ed winds left on   Tuesdu'v   {'or  the hockey contest ul Rossland. j  Mr. Morkcll, tho  energetic manager j  of the Kooloiiuy Lumber Co.,   vvas   iu t  town lhe etuly pan of ibis wee/.-. ;  The: Nelson Daily   Tribune   is a val- ';  uablc iidditiou  ki   our  exchange   list. '  Mr. John Houston, one of 'Konienav's ,  ' pioneer j'liirnalists, is the editor i  * .      A dulliiis Morth   of   guilds   for   .10c '  for ;i lew days only   ut   the   Cash   11,-t- ;  ziiar. Ho-.\s,i)i bloc/*.* o      '  ' "lli'-i-. Scit. McT.tvi.sh, Piiildi.-im, '  .S-iwyr .-md lv-ti\v left, foi lio-.sl.unl !  ^'c-diu-.l.iy lo t../i> pari, in the mid- .  winter l.i.'kev and cuilinir games.  Knt;iish C>>ii'.;h Diops, new consign- '.  inciit. !;;-- ) i i* ih. (ir-o. I-'. Curtis-. ]  The Di i;-j*_fist. Tayinr \,\i,i:/.: 'li.-vel-:  stoke St,.ti-.;i. '    n  The Pi (-!.;, teiiaii ladies' aiil si)(;ial '  on Tluiis.Iiiy evenintr at the Lawiencc '  rc-bidein c mi ."-"chiicI strcer. was we|] i  atit-ii'lcl. X'oi'iil ,'incl inslriimciit.-il ,'  pieces, s,-,.!)),-'-. ;,nri art galleiy spci-ialty ,'  were all i.'itn.iiui ed in the: ovpinny's  enicrtainn.f-iii. Refiesliinc-iits were  .served -it doling.  Sfcllin_' out v, omens mid cliiidr'jiis  hc-iidwc.tr at.the Cash Ijaynar, , How-  son block. o  Th.* RcvcUto/.-e brass -band,   an   institution ilie tow n is proud of, intends  giving,*., mn-.ii.-al  and   dinrn.itic   oiitcr-  te-rtaiii!ii(-nt   on    '.''iir-sdav,      February  1-llh.     The lk-wlsloke di-annitic   clu'b ]  will put on l!ii-']i!-i\ and  that is nn as-j  surane-c i.f '"(iinei lr'nir gourl.      A   short'  concert pi.igr.-iniinc   will   also   be   rcn- '  doied.     Ti( kels will  be   on   .sale   nc\t  we-e-/e at -10 ceut.s each,      St,   reserved  seats. ' I  Repairing ii Specially,  C.P.ll. Watch Inspector.       ' UevcMoke, U. C.  MISS, A. E. RBID  n  '   ' At .Li*:. IIiileliNuii's house,  Kirnt street, west of Union 1 fold.  DRESS.MAKING  Work done at' homo, or will go out  by lho day. j  Cl  I^^1}^&^ ������������^ VANCOUVER Md KAMLOOPS  ill ULllLnHL CLtu  ������   '' Mr  Head Offices, Toronloy   Factories, Peterhoro.  "J  1 Electrical Manufaeturers  Nelson' -        . H. G. Offices  Coiitraetops.;;  Vancouver  LTON  ;')i)7-.j()9-.>ll-.".i:i HASTINGS S'l'RKKT;  j \ Vancouver,       -      B. C.  -f  -iJi-iilc-i.i iii   >  Furniture,  Oarpets,  Rug's, Mats,  'Linoleums, Oilcloths, Window ������ Blinds,   Baby   Carriages,  ,Etc:  Largest and best assorted stock' oii the'13. C. Mainland.  GOB. HASTINGS & GAMA SIS., VANCOUVER, ,B. G0  Th.,ron--lilv Fi-sl <;i���������ss.   All Wltitt- Ht-lp.   I-',,,t-'sl, ami N.'wpsl, II.,1,-1 i��������� 111,, Oily  bates; 82 ^siDa* nj^rr  ERAL MERCHANDISE  IERS' SUBBLIES.  Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Blouses, Ready-Made  Ciothincr, Boots, and Shoes:   , Groceries,   Flour'  and Feed.     Hardware. Tinware, Etc. ;.  rro'wnead,  ''^r'fe^/t/%^^k^^^'^^^/^������k^'V^^^ii^' i%/%^^ii/^^ Wb-A  . _ 'The Great   '���������  Departmental  The Kootenay  St or  e  ���������t&zzEBB00^^,���������=a4ms^'  @  The Kootenay Smelting it "Trading Syndicate i.s'now  offering some of lho '  '   The "Finest"' Lots '  Yov business and residcmtial purposes in thc town of  <"  -r  Dealers in' clothing, boots, and shoes  shelf   hardware,    groceries,   gent's^  .furnishings,    crockery,     glassware,  staple dry goods and carpets.        '.���������=  rhUNI. oilkhS  coursier:s old, stand  -&  ���������'^/������/������/������/&^-^&<trfi/%^'^/&<%W& '  Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.  Rest*      -      -       $1,200,000.,  HEAD, OFFICE,  TORONTO.  br  4^������  -^^SSEna-���������"'������������������aasSSSSp-  The only town in the Kootenay where (he value of  i fill estate, has never depreciated. "  For lhe next tvvo weeks special pi ices and tonus vvill  be ofibred to purchasers of .lots on Mackenzie  Avenue for*-" residential* purposes: ' This fine  street, 80-feet wide, is now'being graded by thc  company .'md is thbfbest site for residences on  the townsite."      ������  Revelstoke one of the most sojid,, progressive and  prosperous, town in West Kootenay, and iis  real estate is a good investment,���������Because  prices are reasonable,  nperais ape easy  jQceds are executed tl^e day  prsit payment is ipade.  For full   particulars   applyjn    person or by letter to  HAia & ORAG-E,  Resident Agents, Revelstoke 13.   C; or to  T. J. LBNDRUM,  Attorney in  Iract,   Ainsworth,   B.  C.  H. S. HOWLAND, Presideni.       T. R. MERRITT, Vice-President.  D. R.'WILKIE, General Manager. ' * ,  A general banking business transacted.���������Letters of credit issued/  '    available in all parts of the world.���������Gold dust and amalgam  ���������  purchased.���������Savings, Department,     Interest    allowed    at  current rate. ���������  ,     '   . A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch  Agents   for   Ciosslcy   it   Sons    Carpets,  Nairn's Linoleums,   Li lier! y  Art Fabrics.  , ' v Largest Stock in British Columbia,    f  WrU2 fcr 0ataSoainnd WCB of VICTORIA,   -, BRITISH COLUMBIA.'  i  <  i    H  4=3=2  . Laigest and Best  Ecjuippecl  T-Lulel mi the Cciiist  Eveiyt-hiug new andup-  ���������   to-date.  Popular Prices. Free Bus.  BRITISH COLUMBIA    Stephen Jones, Prop.  COLUMBIA FMURINEL MILK COMPANY, -  " ,*  * , ' Enderby and Vernon.  Hungarian  <^> ������0������> O   a������d Strong Bakers.  ' ,P.. RITHET. -& CO., Ltd, Agts.~,  Wholesale Merchants,   .  VICTORIA, - BRITISH COLUMBIA  T.  IP ilATO.  \V. F. CRAGE.  T" '���������������������������wi ���������:"-���������  ^  TJS,  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  Notaries Public, Mining antl   Real Fstale Brokers and general  Commission Agents.      Fire,'Life and Accident Insurance.  Representatives of the Kootenay .Smelting and Trading Syndicate.  Agents foi' Revelstoke iind Trout Lake City townsites  verything  Can. Possibly  equire  I ncrirpoi'iit ,*(1  bv act of Fai li.-iinciit, 1S.J).").  HFAD OFFICF   . \        ��������� ���������   - MONTREAL  Wm. .Motion M.vrpiiKU.-'iN. Pics.       H. II. Kwino, Vice-Pres,  !���������'.  \N'oi.fi-:i(.~t.\.n' Thomas, (Jeiic-nil AJimiiger  PAID  UI' CAPITAL ������������������ - $2,000,000  RFSKRVF - - --        ' - 1,500,000  A ({.-ii'-r.il hanking Im-iiii'-s "ti-.m-act" 1.    fnU-rr-it allowed on rl('iiu������it". af current rales.  J. D. M0L80N, Manager, -       .   REVELSTOKE, B. C.  'N^  1  CD      CZ3  Merchant Tailor, Clothier and General Outfitter,  REVELSTOKE STATION, B. 0.  Fall   and   winter  suitings,   Overcoatings.        Good   stock   and  stylish make.        Order mades and ready mades.  SEE  TJBIE   GOODS.  J. ALRKRT >.TO.NT*;, Fi:cii'itii'.roi(.  Board of Trade.  rPHK i!ini*-ii)li.'(-!!(*raliiii(!(!tiiiK(if tlio Iinvcl.-t'ikc  .1..   I'oi.nl oi'Ti-.-iilo 'will l.(; lidlrl   in   Ui(    lionnl  room on Tu- .-'luy. .Iniiuiu-.v :ilsi., .-it S i,. ni.    '  .   A S]i(;i;iiii inottiiii; of the  Ho.'irrl  will  l;rj   lir:|rl  on tlic*Aiiriu day al ".:!') )i. id. for tlio purpose! of  ���������electing new inoinljcr-s nnd -transiicUn),' other  bUiliiciiT.' ......* C, Jv, .SI/AW,  ."iec-rcliiry.  The Dining Room is furnished with the best the  Market affords. f  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH'THE-, CHOICEST  :      WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  AJJRAIIAMSON   BROS., Pkophiutous.   l  Everything new and First-class in all Respects,   f-  The House is stocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars in the Market  .TBOTJT ILj^^IE]   OIT'IT    B.O  -r  ,i n  ratlULViSUUUBJUl!!,  mWMlMllUliBUMiMgBMllllBBiBBlal^^  iMimmm^'iiBiiwmiiasmammm

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