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 V-<.  ���������&!*#  7. ^T^ 4^  &  T  c *"li  Published in the Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout-Lake,'lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon and Jordan Pass Districts,  -ISSXTIEID   TWICE-A-WEBK: -- "WBIDirBSDAYS   "A3<t������)   SATL .RID-ATTS-  Vol. I.    No    9  J  REVELSTOKE, B.C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY.  1/, 1897.  $2.00 ix Year in Advance.  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  BAHRISTER-AT-LAW.  SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  .TWOI'TICK :   .M .11 bitlWin.;, I'ovels'.ol-.o. 11.C.  T. L. H AIG . .  _>ro'X'A._5,"z" "iptr'sriXC!.  MINING, REAL ESTATE,  and Gcncr'il Commission. Agent.  Fire and. Life Insurance.  Representative i fthe Kootenay  Smelling and. Trading Syndicate.  Agent for Revelstoke, Trout  Lake and other Tuivnsiles.  Back of  My Promises  is the certalnity of tut-  illlnietit of.- each and every  one of.them.  When you leave your "Watch v.'itli mo for  n pairs it, is S' Illoieni Kuaratitoi* that you will  have an accurate and reliable timepiece.  Did it over occur to you that -more", watches  arc  ruined -by, incompetent  workmen   than  actual w'.'iu?: V,Tc haveita'.ncd tue rnputation  :��������� for uiilcsa omul for  host - woik   aud ' lowest  prices.   A trial will convince 3 on.  s. h. w. gainer . ..  : ll'Kh Grade! Watch Specialist.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  BLACKsniTi-ilNQ and  JOBBING.,  PLUriBlNQ and PiPE-FITTING,  TINSii.THlNG and SHEET IRON  ���������.WORK,"'*''  A1ACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a  Specialty.  Robt. Gordon,"' -    Revelstoke Sta.   i   Canadian Pacific Railway  FREE PASS  This Pass 13 Rood'on nil railroads,  providing the hearer walks, carries.! i*  .own bns:..aei!. s*.vim*. till th'* rivers, unit  R'ops f >r ������hl3 Shaving, llalrcmiing,  Sbauip. o aril Srafoam at  ..���������^rxsst^ J. A. MGRGAN  Also for Cigars. Cigarettes, - Tobaccos,  Fruits and Confectionery.  One Door Bast of Columbia Hotel,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  "Tlue'l'ass'ianottransfprrabio.-vxoept-to-  .    another mint with money.  O. E._SHAW  Mining, Real Estateand Insurance Agent.  General Agent Ferguson Townsite.  Just unloaded, a carloiul,  consisting of  Cut Nails  Casing Rails  Wire Rails  Wire Finishing" Nails  Moulding: Nails  Etc.���������all sizes  On bund,'complete stock of  Horse Shoes,  Horse Shoe Nails  Toe Calks  Round Iron, all sizes, } to I inch.  Square Iron, all sizes, j to :_��������� ihch.  Flat Iron, all sizes', I lo 4 x .}, g, A.  Bar S';cel.  Octagon Steel, Etc.  Sheet Copper. Galvanized'Iron, Zinc, at  lowest prices.  BOBRNE BR0S.,  REVEl2ST'0KE STATION  Ceylon,   SOc  and ��������� 45c  Assam,   40c  and SOc  Congou. 20c  Jap  i_j'  an.  '3*  *o  ������������������������  AKCY BISCUITS, All  Kinds, 20c., per Lb.  REVELSTOKE,  B. O.  ROBT.  SAMSON  11EALKK IX  CORP AND STOVE WOOD  at lowcft prices.  llravinB of  all kinds promptly  ot-  tcndcd'io.   Prices rlKht.  HliVUI.STDICE. H.C.  Canadian  Pacific By.  SOO PACIFIC LINE.  J.    R.   HIJLL   &   CO,  fiucces^or:, to Hull Urns. * Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Bo tall Dealers  in Beef, Pork. Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   FtEVELSTOKE.  All orders In our Hue promptly filled.  Tho Cheapest, Quickest and Host  route to  TORONTO,        NEW YOKK,  MONTREAL.    BOSTON,  HALIFAX,  PHILADELPHIA  "wul all Eastern and European points.  Tourist. Cars leave Revelstokcy daily  for St. Paul; for Toronto every Mon-  eliiy. anil fen* Montreal anil Huston  every- Thursday.  , Empie'.ss of  lueli.-i.  Empress of Japan,  anel .Empress of-China,  sailing ever four wce:k feu:  China iiiul Japan.  .,' Wariituoo and Miowera  'sailing monthly  for Ilonoltilii,  Suva,  :md   'ill   Australian;and    Now    Zealand ports.  For full particulars apply to nearoot C.'l'.K.  utccnt, or to  I. T. BREWSTKE,  Agent, llevelatoke.  Geo. MoL. IhtowN.  District rasBengor AKout, Vancouver,'J. C  Kickapoo Indian Saryv/a for  the Blood, Stomach, Liver  and kidneys  Kickapoo Indian Oil for all  Aches and Pains  Kickapoo     Indian    ,Worm  Killer, for   Stomach   and.  Pin Worms /f  Kickapoo Indian   Salve for  all Sores and SkinDiseases  Kickapoo     Indian     3ough  Cure    for    Coughs    and  Colds  Kickapoo   Indian   Pills' for  Constipation    and     Sick  Headache  Kickapoo    Indian     Prairie  Plant, the Great  Female,  Remedy  FOR SALE AT ALL  DRUGGISTS  WANTED ���������      .  A (Tret-class e'ook and wife wish to rent a  ilinii'K room or restaurant, or a position a.3  rook nail waiter.     For  prticulars  apply to  "A. T.'\ llEllAMI Olllco.  NOTICE  HANDS OFF KOOTENA V. .  ��������� Mr. ,Tas. D. Leivin of Toronto__hos  a most sensible letter in ti recent, issue  of the new Mining Journal, the  Canadian Minor.' published in that  oily, frenn-which l'llio Herald taki-s  the liberty of making the following  extract. -Speaking of Lhe-. proposed  fee of $l'.00 for a chartor. to incorpor-  aLu its a mining company Mr. Lowin  siiys: Prospectors as ,-i rule, have very  little money. AH the. capiLal. they  hiive is their strong arms and a certain amount of knowledge, iind they  get a "grubstake" or credit from some  storekeeper for fund .and necessaries  and start in on foot with a ilemkeiy to  e-iirry Ihoii pack. They sleep on the  ground, and even do not hav.oa'shauly,  until they locale ti claim. They then  go to work and develop it, or partially  develop it. They run out of funds, or  their credit is cut till", and Ihey cau go  no further. Some; mining mail cemies  along, who is lioth a mining man and  a promoter, lie toes the claim, anel  the result is the prospector ttnfl pro-  motor uiiilce a hargahi. The' proinoti'i-  goes away, a nil finds 'money in the  United States, or England, and lirings  it to that prospector, and thousands  of dollars are expended on that mine,  anil many men are einpluyod, anil  finally, expensive machinery is hought  and hrought into the wilderness, anel  the t:ountry gets the benefit of tho  wealth brought in anel runs nei risk.  If the. mine pays, it expends thousands  of dollars every yo.-u* for wagps, sup--  plies, etc.. and the province gi'ts the  lienelit ot it. Let them put that tax  of $1,000 on something else, hut do  not let them kill the goose that lays  the golden egg; for that is surely  what, they will do if they put- such a  veto on ii charter. British Columbia  has been .hid.' is a_.poor .country. _.Tt  has not the. wealth -within itself to  open up mining, iinel must go abro.'id  for the money.' What they want to  tin. is to give e-vcry latitude" to people  to come in and bring their money;  make: the laws liberal, anel m.ike a  "nominal charge for their charge for  their charter of. say, SS) at the most.  Tl i.s a new country, and it does nol  want tn copy after O'.tl Country  nielhods. It was the freedom miners  had in lhe United fetatos thai encouraged men to go into all parts eif  tho country and opon'^up the mines.  You do neit. want to lay "'any heavy  burdens on people's shoulders, nor put  any obstacles in their way when these  people are running all the risks, anil  taking all tho chances, and eiieluring  till the .hardships, anil asking you for  hothih'g'in^i'Pt'urn.���������but��������� s.m ply-to-be-!  let alone and not worried with fool  laws,-'niid burdened with taxation, no  matter wh.it tho nature of the Lax  may be. You have a boom on now.  Keep it. It is not an easy Lhiug to  get, and it is an easy thing tu lose. ,  To nil of which ''TUB Heiiald re-  sponds a hearty Amen.  If the. united wisdom of "this province neiw in council assembled tit  Victoria wants to change* I he. present  minim; laws, let ..them'1 make such  changes as will lend to the greater development of niu* mining resources. A  more rigiel sysle-m of inspection of  claims would elo cveryth ing that ihis  fee for incorporation is.intended to elo  in the. way of pri'veul'mg wild cat companies from deluding tho public .and at  the same time greatly increase tho  amount e>f actual development work  done. The practical evasion of that  part of the mining regulations under  the present system is too notorious to  neeil mention. Such, a system -of  inspection would . lie at once acceptable to our miners, anil  is being demanded by the  outsiele public, a recent article in the  Torcnto World, which has become the  authority un British Columbian mining matters in Eastern Canada, having demanded it. Another change,  which our miners anil ;������������������ prospectors  woulel like lo see. would bo the abolition of tho option to pay an .assessment tax. instead of doing the assessment work, another change,"', which  woulel help a good deal towards the  development of this hidden wealth of  tho country. Considering that Kootenay is furnishing about one fifth of  the total population of British Columbia, The IIkuai.i) thinks it is about  time our. legislators came hero to lind  out what.changes are. reejuire-el in j|thc  laws governing our only industry  Kootenay, .as a milch cow, nul. of  which she: h.itl heller drain all I hut is  coining, while I here is a eh since to do  so, the establishment of such a fee as  they propose: woulel bo a. mit-lukc.  Under'thu present conditions .West  ICooi.oiiay nearly doubled ils ctuitri-  bitlioii to the' provincial revenue in the  twelve months'hut wool i .June ''J."> and'!!''.  It co'ilfibitioiV two-thirels eif the increase, iinel iiiii'-eightii nf thu lotnl  amount of lho whole.'revenue. And |  this only in the beginning of its development. U lutist be ipi'llt! obvious,  otto would think, even in Victoria,  that. Kootenay, if let alone, will eventually be ee.ual to the disk of pulling  this province out eif ils financial dilli-  cull.ii's siiigli'hiineleil. Keiotenay has  no objection In Lho la.sk. All we ,"..-ii:  is that we shall be. allowed Lo go to  work out-own way, and not���������hu hampered by ctunlit ions iiitposeei on us by  people who are not properly an fait  v.*ith"the"situation'. '" It is-pVove'rbially-  iliingorons for irresponsible parties Lo  monkey with the band waggon.  DONALD.  The  Donald  A. D. C���������Grand   Railway  Ball on tho   :7th  of   Ireland���������Donald  Streets and Fire Protection.  From Our Own Correspondent.  At a meeting at. Mr. Dunne's resilience 011 Tuesday evening, it was decided that the Doualil Aui.'iLoui'.s join  inte) a club, calling themselves the  Donald Amateur Dramatic- Club. T  Dunne, luar.ngcr; S. Ruttiin, treasurer:  11. W. P.-ithnore, secretary. Tho number is limited to 10. Persons wishing  Lo join slientlil sent! in their names. It  was further decided that Lliero should  ho a continuation of plays, the funds  of tho first going towards [laying for  fresh scenery and properties. After  that the funds to go Lei charities, after  running expenses have . been taken  out. The disposal of balances, however, to be left, lo a vote ot ihV.cluh.  ,Tha i.riunnion are already making  plans for their grand ball on March  17th. Everyone is loeikit.g feu-ward to  it; as their lost-was the most pronounced sne-e-oss of th-* season.  Wliat :i disgraceful state. e>tu" sidewalks ar.> in. A doctor's bill is in  sight ���������at every slop, ll.-tvu wo .a town  fonmiiLLeo ? If not. one should he  formed, and every house holder bo  made Lu clunii oil' in front of their own  buildings.  There is fine skating down on the  r'ver these elays. One woulel hardly  think there were so many good skaters  in town. -\nd of course the awful bo  is there too. anil misses you by the  skin of his teeth just tit; you aro beginning to gain a little confidence* in  yourself.  Jim PinkiTtem anel A. Lavoie arriv-  Vil"in"fp'\virthe^othor-il.*iyr.afit"i���������a-six-  uiiinf.h's' sojourn south of Albert  Canyon. They report furs scarce but  of ge'ienl epiality.  The sound of the*, hammer anil chisel  is once mote heard in thoNelles Ilouse,  Charlie suvs thai bv May be. will have  the boslh'jti:! in East Ivooten.ay.  What's the matter with our lire  wardens ? I sec hits of lire pails hanging around on the various building:-,  anil ii couple ot Babcoeks iu the hotels,  but what is the* use of the pails without witter. -Might ii. suggest ion he  offered now .the mild weather has set  in; that 8 or ���������_ barrels be kept along-  Sielo these olUcial looking pails. The  cost, of puroha.'.ing anil keeping thesei  full would not iimouiili lo much, and  the Witter might, possibly como handy.  EIG MINING   DEAL.  Tl-.o True Fissure Bonded   for   ?3o,osc  by the Horns-Payne   Syndicate.  Tp.k l!i::!.\:.i> learns on good auliinr-  ity lhat. tlie True !"i-sure claim in Ihe  Croat Northern group, noiir Fergif-ou  in the Trout Luke mining il;*,l*.*ict, has-  been bonded by I lie i'orne-i'.iyno syndicate I'd:- jJ.XO.OO!). Further particulars-  in our next issue.  THE BAD3IIOT GROUP.  A Group that will he Shipping Extreinoly  Rich Ore Next Soring.  This claim lies al Lho head of Gainer  creek, an ailment, of lhe south fork of  tho Litrileau. about 12 miles from   Per-  "llSO'.l.  1  i.spe;  ing  of-.'the.merits  of  Ibis cliiiin it.is eli.iilcult.to keep  within  bounds without seeming  ill.y  of  sliItet'On'Eae'Fletlgts .and  traceahlo' thvoiigh .seven en- eight  claiiiiB in the gt'oiip, hearing a high  ���������Irad.e gitlena eire.carrying gfiy copper  and a largo percetilitgo of hisniu'ih,  anel like all the." eit-ric-i- ��������� claims in ttie  district consklerablo .'gold.. Campbell  aiiel -"'.'J eilm'soii.���������'.; who .ei'wii the original  ���������laini, lire thoroughly'practical men,  mil lire well nivaru of-its valtu*. They  nave been working all win!er ami have  succeeded, in tapping the:. ledge by a  lii'.inol. exposing "a'big- bpily of ore.  They.have it'liirgeiinaiiLity of ore 0:1  tlie: dumpa-eiidy.;-fpr';shipment, which  williivei'ago'iill, the"; wayv.lroui 150 to  OjOOO.'pz. iii, silver,:besides; copper, liis-  ni'uth,':i'ead..anel.;'gbIdJ',.V,T.iiis group of  claims will be einii out of_m.uiy others  shipping iii the.; spring.-it is expected  by- tho proposed railway : from Galena  Bay to-Fergusoii; y;^ y=yy!  Basin  uat-t.'-.ti  it  BLES  GREECE REf-'USES TO  WITHDRAW UER TROOPS.  A Joint Occuiiiitio:: by tho Five Great  Powers���������Greek Troops Landed Close  to Ca*.i2*i, and joinsd by 3oco Cretans- A Critical Situation���������Everything Depends on the Immediate Dcci-  sio.i of tho G":el: Govarnnimt.  ILLECILLEWAET.  As I ln*cnd to leave town, o'.vinj? to ill  healtli. iili-int. tho 1st ot ?.Iarch. 1 hereby  rcqucBt that all d>;lits due me bo settled b,*fore  that. date, after wliich thiy will be placed in  tho hands ot a coU'lctor.  r������bl3l������      ' "W. FliEMIXG.  An Accident on the .Construction  of the  Tramway'on the Lanark Mine.  Fnni Our Own Corrospmiilcsit.  Mr.  and Mrs. Marshall and   Kellie  liavc*returiii!.l from atrip to ICainloops.  T'hos.   Richardson and Siinely   McRae are visiting Halcyon Hot Springs.  E. Ermert, the expert from Germany, who is Kiipcrini ending tlu-  erection of the aerial tramway to the  Lanark mine was seriously injured  last week. U*. A. Anderson, C. E., :s  in charge at present.  About $200 has been colli'doel for  Mrs. Beyer by Messrs. li. Wtilseily and  \V. Caldwell.  Cousideralile difiiculLy was experi-  ence'il in putting in the steel span al  the 12'.h crossing lust.w.eek.. The two  bridge* crows worlieel from .-Moiiilay  morning-.to Wednesday about noon  Nvithotit any rest.  312 came:, very near being wrecked  the other elay. One of our bachelors  accieli-iitally elroppeel ;t loaf of his own  make <���������! bread on the track.      ������  Our Sunday seliool is   moving   on.  t Mr. Cui'rio late of Revelstoke i.s an ap-  If|prex*i:ited worker.  BIG    BEND.  A Party out From Ground   H05.  With the "Latest Naws.  i'londay morning Messrs. 11. Mc-  Oermott. foreman, Gus. Lunt. Eel;  Adair, W.Bcs'. of the Orphan Boy and  .'. Nelson', mail carrier, cumo iu from  the Big Bend. The snow i.s about as  deep along the: trail as'il is hero.  At the Orplian.Ray claim lhe. No. 1  tunnel is in I2."i feet. Tho lialgo was  cut iiLIil iVtii. Til'" eo 1111 try 1 i.cl: is a  slate anil cpiart'/.ite fiirmittiou. The  ledge ceir.sisteel of. aboiil. 110 feet of  slate and ciiuirf/. ledge matter with 12  feet of clear quart'/, running thiough  it. 'J'lie tiijiirl.7. is free milling anel the  l"dgo i-> well elefined with hanging and  foot wall...': Considerable "ore was taken  out of the; lead, which ran-on' tilltho  tunnel hail got iu over !H0 feet. IL was  a specimen laken from this leelge of  which an assay was give-n in eiur issue  of the" l!)th showing iotiK, Sdwts in gold  ITi^tlfe^touT-1"!^!���������2-ttinnol���������bas-boon-  eh'iven in 7(1 feet without, eiittiug the  ledge, which dips .at an angle of !':* eie-  gt-ees. It is expected lhat aiiothei' t!."i  feet will cut the', ledge. Tho mouth of  this lower level is 100 feel below tin-  upper tunnel. Tho rock is tough anil  hard'to work.  T\\o minors. Howard, ami Swords,  were working on Coldstream sluicing  gravel.  At the Last Chance no work i.s being eleine iitpresi'iit for waul of water,  but Mr. M SiUitloi'Min is gelling everything ri*:iily to re-open operations ;v-  soon as llio'season.starts.  The Consolation claim has been  worke-el by Mr. 11. Sweeney and four  iiie-n all winter witl'i s,ali-?faclory results.  Tliu weather has been .mild and  warm nearly all winter.  (Sl'nCi.M. TO Til:-:   I! KHALI}.)  LtiNlio.v. i'Vb. 17.���������The Daily News  f-.-iys that it can be positively stated  tha! lhe powers have .agreeel upon the  following three point.-,:  1.'To maintain Llio .joint oecupali'iti  of ("rote by ihe live powers, under thu  command of Italian ol'iiccrs."    "      "' ~~  2. Tn guaraiilei* ppiii'e. while discussing a tielinilo .-irrnngement which will  In* guiileel Iiy the general interests of  Europe.  ���������i. Witliout jirovokiiig graver troubles, lo lake into, account the legitimate: desire.*, of all lho people interested.  Henry Norman, who wor.L to Alliens  as ihe Clnouicle correspondent, telegraphs that tho Greeks have latideil  l.'1'.l.'J troops and six guns on the Isiiiuil  of GroLo. seven miles from Cauca. anil  thill, S,00.) Croliius have joined them.  Le>N)iox. !*';*b. 17.���������Tt. is reported that  tlie poweis have .-itlilresi-ed a ctillceilve  note to Greece, cleinaiuling the with-,  ih'aw.-i! ot her naval a;.-.! military  fo'-ee-i from the island of Crete within  ���������IS hours, failing1 which the port of  Piraeus will be blockaded and general  hostilities commenced.  The Creek government has ofiie-ially  inlornied tho poweis that Greece is  unable to reverse her pulicv in lhe  mutter of the occupation of Crete.  Th': .Minister of Foreign Alfalr.-. replying to foreign minister.-*, said that ihe  dot-patch of Greek troops to Crete was  not aggressive,but calculated lo pacify  the island and strengthen Europt-an  pe.ai-e��������� mailers lor which Greece has  the greatest solicitude. Everything  now depends on tho decision of the  Grecian government., whoso predicament, is most unenviable. . Prime  M.ini-tor IXlyaniii3 can harellv have  forgolten I he. consequences 01 ihe-  rosislanee to Ettropo in \SS0, but Xing  Ceorgo could httrilly have taken any  oilier course than that of yielding to  the blni'in of popular excitement..  THE NEW YORK   MARKET.  i ciir.fs Quctalions in  t:*.e   X/!cta.l  Mar-  Ni:w York. Feb. IC���������Barsilver. 61.^:  Gopperi7firni..hroker.-  $!l.!)(>.;#:;!S12:i)Le.Kl;  , ^lTDOroxchiinges"  strong,   brokers  ������ 83.30.  '>;.0."). exchiir.go P,'i  TEE CAPE TOWN  DICTATOR.  Gives Evidence Before the Committee, on  the Tranvaal   Rsid.  .LoNrji)^:. Feb. 17.���������The committee of  h'e'uiry int.o the Tr1111-vii.il raiei met  today. Mr. Ilhode.-,' manner during  lho giving of his evidence was veiy  al'i-upl. and e'.i-li.'-.ut. Ui-iiig pres.-eil .is  lo what right he hail tti send troops  inl'i lhe- Transvaal froi.tier. he repli.-1:  '���������! have very probably lion.* wrong,  hut lhe*.e i-t anotlt":- movemctit now  which h".- much  supi/iri. n:itiie!y lhe  iuciii siim of  That's wroti;  the  (itveUs   into   Crete.  MUCH CRY'AND LITTLE  WOOL.  Ottawa, Feb. 17���������Se-nitleii'Maclnnos  ton, no doubt."  Cai-k Tow*;. Fe b. 10.��������� The Tra:isv>*������l  repiiblif has ileuiiiuih'ii .''o'Jl,(>;>')milem-  nitv on .-it.-ceiunt nf Dr. .I:iiiu-.->oii's raid.  NASHVILLE EN  FETE.  thov willnot elo that, then all we ask of We are looking for a, move ;:i mm-  them is for goodness sake to leave aho Jjg ^^^^^^^^  mining laws severely alone. Even ;inel wo are %vaiting for thu capital Lo  from the Victoria'point   of  view   of  develop thcin.  i.s still busy interviewing Minister-;,  but his r-hiiui'i's of !>.,..'oniing a Cabinet  Minister ..-iii* now further, a way. than  ever. The Senator has been reg.irelei!  as a likely suciv'so.*.' lei Mr. De.wdr.ey.  iis Lieutenanl-t'ovornor, but il, now  appears that tho name of Mr. Temple-  111.in of Yieto.iin, is being put forwarel  in this ctinnection.  Sir Rich'tiil Cartwright and Mr.  I").ivies hail an interview with the  Premier today, when tho result'." of  their visit to Washihgion was laid  before him. The .commissioners an-  still enthusiastic over their trip, although many believe that nothing will  coiui! of it. owing to Mi-Ktnh'v's elo-  termiti.ilioii lo raise the larit'f wail ing hi*s r������*iuiirks upon what he t-onsid-  agaiitst tjiir.iiil.a. crc'l   the   estrnortlinai-y   atiKiunt    of  ������������������-���������  .-;2,7r,0 paid to that paper f.u- advertis-  iiig a sale of laini lor taxe.-.  Na!:iivil:,i., Tenii..- Feb. 17.���������Tha  Ooveruiir (ieuernl timi Lady Aberdeen's  ret option wa*. a groat attraction ye-=-  lertlay. The n.nly u.**.-e c-nlurtaiurd  a! Kvlle 3Ie.ule at, huicheuii by Cen.  W. H. .Jackson. Tiiemarr.tge nf Mi������s  Brown aiul Mr. M.ujoi-ibanlts lakes  place tlv.s evening. "  A QUESTION OF   PP.IVILEGE.  V:c*r'n;i\, Feb. iO.���������In tho linn-*? today Dr. V.'iilkeni 10 .0 to il ejue.-tion   of  , privilege with reference  to  nil  editor-  I tal  in  t'ue Vancouver World, critii-is-  THE PLAGUE   IN    BOMBAY.  , Lo.vDOX. Fob. 1G.���������An ot.fi:*;al dispatch from Bombay says that I.������'{.���������>  deaths oceuri'il th'ero during th'* week  ending Feb. 12th, of wim-li Sl:J wore  duo to the bubonic plague.  BIRTHS.  Ltii-TCs.���������On the if.i.h inst.. t!u: wifoc'  li. Loftus. of Craigieliiu-Iiie, of '" ;*.  daughtci-.  .ISffi  '���������I  -*.*; <T������*KaKa)XlSr������Xl������ti������ ifK  Revelstoke   Herald  JOHN SOX  & PETTIPIECE  Proprietors and Publishers  A.  Scml-Weokly .locrnal. published in the  icrebta n( Revolstuko and tho eurroundint.  il rtrict, Wednosdaya and Sat.urilaj s, niaklnt;  oscat connections with all trains.  Advertising Kates; Diepluy ad3, $l.i"iO per  ci'.lumnluch. $2.00 per Inch whenlnai'rteelon title  vko. LoRal ads. 12c pi-r (nonpareil) lino tor  il'Bi Insertion ; 80 for each additional insertion.  Hoadlni? notices, 15c per line each Issue. Birth,  j-.!arrIRtee and Dentil notices, freo.  Subscription Itatcs:   By mail or carrier. ?2 00  r-r annum:  sjl.'-'S for six monllis, Htrlctly in  clvunce. _. T .  our Job Department: Thk Hr.it-Ai," Job  ifpartnient Is one of the best equipped  ..rlntinif onlce* In Went Kooteiiav, and U pro-  laeeel to execute, all kinds of rrintliiK la llrjt  ��������� ��������� nssntylu at honcBt prices One price to nil.  Mi iob too larec���������none e.o Biimil-forus. "Mill  erderti prjinplly attended to. Hive us a trial  en _ our next o,tl'-r.  I'o Correspondents: "Wo invito correspond-  <*nri_ on any subject of imen'sl, lei ilin Kcieral  T"iblle, and dt-slro a re'llnlilo ro(.ular corrun*  .indent In every IjcnUty sinroundini?  Il.'.vclijtolec. In all i-iiush lliu bona llde nuiiin  M the wilier mustnci-onirany limnuscript, but  > 01 ncco-fa'l'y for publicatiein.  Address all co'iitntinications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoko, B. C.  WEDNESDAY.       FEB.   17.  1SD7.  Up to February 5th the Montreal  Stiii* hud received .$23,000 for the  Tudiaii famine fund in 11 days, a  most remarkable record, credit-  uble alike to the Star's enterprise  nnd the people's generosity.  Apropos of the possible Parliamentary vacancy in the constituency ot Maedonahl the  question was linked the other clay  hy a prominent Liberal: "Will  Joe Martiu run, I wonder';*" "Bet  your life he will, if Hugh John  eer.- after him," was the reply of a  Mill faithful Conservative.  DISASTROUS FIRE AT THE PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS  INTERESTING NEWS FROM THE  KOOTENAYS  It U wonderful how easy it is to  ���������put; onus foot in it.if one only goes  1 he right way about it. Poor Dr.  Selwyn awoke on the morning  sifter the Montreal Mining Conven-  lion to find himself famous���������or the  reverse. His pessimistic, views ou  ?tie future mineral prospects of  Canada have succeeded in making  more enemies for him in 2-1 hours  1 liar, he can win back in 'a long  lifetime. When it is remembered,  however, that thelmineral produe-  i.ion of Canada, last year was  $22,000,000, that it will be at least  half as big again this year, aud  that everybody in Canada except  Dr. Selwyn, believes in  I he great mineral future of a  portion of the Dominion of Canada at all e\euts. The newspapers  need not get so awfully cross  heoauso Dr. Selwyn establishes  the rule of supplying the single  e-xceptiou which is uecssary to  prove it.  ^^_  MINING   QUOTATIONS  Reported   hv   win:   today   by Tiie  Herald's correspondent:  The Public Works, Fisheries and  Mounted Police Offices Totally Destroyed���������An Inefficient Water Supply  ���������Aid From Montreal  Ottawa, February 12.���������-A disastrous  fire broke out in the"' western depart.-,  mental block of Lhe parliamcnl builil-  ings shortly before 5 o'clock yesterday  afternoon. Tho fire. origiii'ik'tl in Lhe  packing room and ijuickly exlondeel lo  lhe roof. It is impossible at present  to discover Lhe cause. The llamos had  gained I'onsiileralile headway before  any wal.fr cotilil be procured owing Lo  lack of pressure, due Lo lho elevated  position of lho buildings. Thu hydrants on the ttrounels wore found to  be all frozen up 11 nil ul lorly useless for  fire purposes. The whole of llio iiiiin-  sartl roof over the Department, of  Public Works was burned olT. Tlie  burnt portion .at the time of wiring  extends from I lie main entrance to tlie  block from WcilhigLein street, round  the i:eirner Lo lho "new annex," which  was eroded during Lhe. ailiiiiuislriil.ion  of the kite* Alexander Mackenzie. The:  whole dil'lii'.ulty 111 coping with the lire  was duo lo tho fact Lhat lho parliament buildings occupy much higher  ground Lhim Lite city, from which the.  water had to bo laden. It was found  necessary to carry tho heiso through  the lni'tltlings and up on the roofs,  where the firemen had to nlay on the  flames. As a matter of fact the lire  burned without any appreciable check  until it could get no further and at. 1  ti'clock Lhis morning it was still  smouldering. IL travelled the whole  distance from the Mackenzie annex,  taking in the offices of the. Public  Works Derailment, the Marine .and  Fisheries offices, anil the oflices of the  Mounteel Police Department. Tho  last mentioned offices lell with it crash  about midnight. The whole; of the.  roof over the departments mentioned  disappeared, anel nothing is left but  the charred walls .and lowers with a  little iron work projecting here and  there. All the. ofliccs below are badly  damaged hy water. At a late hour  last night Ihe hi*ads of the departments affccteel said that Ihey liatl not  lost any papers of importance, although large batches of old records  had disappeared.  Owing lo the inability of the local  firemen to cope with the fire, it was  decided to telegraph to Montreal for  further assistance anel more suitable  appliances. A detachment of Lhe  Montreal fire brigade, composed oT 15  men with a Silsbv engine and two  hose reels, left for Ottawa by special  train at 11.80 o'clock.  MINE  Ol  Alberta   1.000,000  15  "Center Star   500.000  * Jrown toint   1,000,000  1 'oltic  Queen   7l)l).(J00  -u  Cambridge   1.000,000  S.i,  Commander   500,000  10.'.  Colon na,   1,000.000  20 \  1 leer Paik      1.000.000  ���������21!,  Evening Star   1,000.000  Jl  1 I'ff) 000 -  tiood Hope   500.000  0  (iertrucie    500.000  l.j  Oolden Dtip   .-.00,000  1.*  llattio Brown   1.000,01)0  7.1  xx Iron Mask   500,000  52A  Imperial   1.000,000  .)!,  Jumbo   500,000  00  Josie   700,000  52',  Le Roi   ���������? .mow S"  .."ill  Mcnte Christo   1.000,000  l.">  Mugwump..   MoriiLa    I .<XX),000  750.00O  I.J  IS",  Noveltv   1.000,000  .S.1.  Orphan Bov   700.000  H-i  0. K   l.OOO.OW  ���������X>K  xxl'niu man   .���������yxMHXi  K'.  Red MountainlView.  1.000.000  12  RoFsIiiml Hod Mt ...  i.oWjoo  25  Silverine   .���������VKUxm  Si. Elmo   1.000.1 ������> >  10'.  Steinwinelet   J .DUO.O-X)  aj  Southern   Cross   alii  ���������\~  Wolverine   ."Vt0.0i*������l  ���������3)  xx Virginia   .7)0,001)  1,  xx* War Eagle   ,v������),imi  "West    Lo   Roi and  Josie   rmstti  ���������ei-ieci. Ln.ies.  *  No  stock 011 the markt-l.  These prices are subject toalteral hut  :is pi-f daily telegraphic* eoiniiiunica-  S kills from Ro.ssl.iiid.  Captain Sinclair, formerly A. I). ('.  lo Lorel Aberdeen, anel who recently  visited the we*st in the: company of the  Governor' General has been called  home to .Scotland where ho has been  elected a member of tlie Imperial  Parliament for Forfarshire in the;  Liberal interest after a. spirited  1 ontest.  The Montreal Board of Trade, as  well as Lhe Butter and Cheese asso-  i-iation of that oily have intervie.weel  the Hon.-Sydney Fisher in reference  <o the shipments of butter anrl cheese  oy the government through Professor  Robertson. Mr. Fisher tlofeneled his  ���������policy and esplaineel that aid was to  lie given to the North West for threo  ���������years, after which business would h-;  in a position to do without government aid.  FORCE OF HABIT,  She  had   learned   to  be  a   rusher  111   a   weary   liitsiucss   weii'lil:  And   itloni;   a   dizzy   pntlnvny  Iiy life's prei.-iu).* nevdu was whirled.  So enslaved  was she  lo   phrases  Of  tli.il   husllliig.   bust Un-; I'Mme.  That   when   a '1111111   would   weil   her.  She   Siiiil.   "Thank   you���������luiveu'l "tliu*.  HER CAKE WAS DOUGH.  All the Camps Going Ahead���������Rossland  Ore Shipments for January���������The  Le Roi Sale Still Talked of���������A Big  Figure   Mentioned���������Silvery   Slocan  Rossland, February H.���������Rumours of  Lho sale of tins be*Roi mine to.-in  English syndicate for a fabulous sun:  of money are current in Rosslanil anel  Spokane, but not many ot them aro  likelv to lie aecepteel seriously hv  (���������hose possessed of any common sense.  Tho be Roi is a magnillcent property  and capable of producing .an enormous  amounts of gold, but little credence  can lie placed on I lie report t.luiL Lite  Lo Roi conipanv have refused an oiler  of $.").000.000 on practically a, e'.ish  basis'. There* is, however, some reliable  grouiul for the belief tliat a prominent  Canadian parliamentarian is arranging for the sain of tlie mine to a company of London capitalists for $3,500,-  000, but no information is obtainable as  to how long a time will be given for  Lhe linal payment to be made. Prominent Le Roi stockholders In Uoss-  lanel nnel Spokane refuse to discuss the  probability of a sale A definite  knowledge of the. situation may be  oblaineil for tho public next week.  .IANUAIIY SlIII'MKXTS  Rnssliiiul Miner: The ore shipments  for the first month of the year foot up  ���������I.S70 tons. This was distributee!  among tlie lolleiwitig mines: Lo Roi,  War Eagle, Josie, Iron Mask, Oliii.  Jutnbo, Koolen.-iy, Reel Mounl.eiu and  O. K. Hero (hen are nine shipping  mines to begin the year with.  Wo believe there is a reasonable  prospect lhat till these nine mines will  continue lo bo regular shippers  through the year, anel that most of  the*in will very greatly increase their  present output. Tho aggregate for  the month would have reached over  5,000 tons had it not been for the temporary shutting down of the War  Eagle, owing to the sale of that property.  Ore is now going outtiL Lhe rale of  abouL 800,000 tons a year. We: shall  not bo satisfied till wei see it; going at  the rate eif 100,000 tons a year," and we  believe tho camp will reach and pass  that point bv June 1.  We can reasonably hope to have II  or 15 mines in tho favoured list by  June 1. The progress of tho cam]) is  very satisfactory.  xerriis l'noii this jiixks.  ��������� A fairly largo meeting of .mining  men was held at, Kaslo on tho olh inst;  for the purpose of organizing a mining  association, to be known as the Kootenay Mining Protective Association.  Kaslo Kootenaian: There has been  f|uiic ,-i inn after Ibex of Slocan shares  this week. The agents at Winnipeg  anil Calgary apparently cannot get  shares fast enough. Over 12,000 shares  were sold in a few davs al Macleod,"  anil Winnipeg expects lo handle over  ���������10,000 more. This is only last, week's  record and does not include the latge  muiiuer already subsct-ilie-el for in those  and other places. The secretary anel  treasurer fire now busy apportioning  Lhe last issue of shares, anrl those who  have been "considering"! Ibis slock  had best act ijuickly.  EUROPEAN  THE WAR POT BOILS MERRILY  ONCE MORE  A Bloody (?) African Battle���������Fought  all Day and Hurt One Man���������Prince  George of Greece to Head off Turks  ���������Frank   May Dead���������After a Vicar  London, February 11.���������A despatch  to tlie London Daily Mail from Rome  says that Lho Italian loroigu office lias  received it ledogram lo the olToel. that  the Greek setuailron lias laneled tlie  army ami ammunition ncir.Rcliino.  Orders were" issued on Wednoselay for  the immediate ceint.enlral.ion of tlie  entire active Italian lleet, at Naples.  Tlie first tlivisieiu of the1 lloet will sail  for Crete today.  A telegram i'roin lho west coast of  Africa, da Led January U'Ol.h, says lhat,  the Royal Niger Company's expedition against the Emir ol IS'u'po eiigiie-eel  the enemy a in big battle.which liisteel  trom sunrise to sunset. On that, elate  the British columns elrove their Fulah  enemies before tlieni. It is osfimatoel  that the followers of (lie Emir of N'upe  numbered at least 50,(100. The. British  cavalry and infantry were slat.ioneel  on ti riilgo iu frontof Biela, upon which  Lho Fulah forces charged repeatedly,  but. were mown down. Lieutenant  Thomson or Lhe Leicestershire regiment was Lhe onlv European  hurt.  Athkxh. February 11.���������'Tho torpedo  flotilla commanded* by Prince George  of Greece has departed for Crete.  Prince George* admitted that his  orders wore Lo prevent by every  means possible Lhe; landine; of any  Turkish Lroops on tlie Island of Crete.  A despatch received: from the Island  of Crete says that the Mussulmen  have set lire tei Retiinon several  places.  London. February 10th. ��������� Frank  May, chief cashier ami manager of  tho Bank of England up to the time of  his resignation in I Silt!, is dead.  Mr. Russell, who visited Rome in  company with lion.Chas. Kirkpalriek,  starts for the eternal city again today.  His present mission relates to the  appointment of an apostolic vicar to  Canada.  A FIRE  Mattawa   Does    Damage    to  Extent of $17,000  the  A Modern Maiden   Tiiuls   Honesty Is tb>  l!i**t  Policy.  "Oh. ilear." said the sir) in the sailo;  hat, "sueli a time us I had yesterday.'  "What is the matter now ?" asketl  the fe'trl In the blazer suit. "P.y :m-e _\t  way. I was here yesterday and was  told that you were in the kitchen���������thai  was such an unusual '.liltii*- ia Use!'  thai   1  couldn't  interrupt  you."  "I wish you hii.l." sl-rlied the girl ir.  the sailor hat. "1���������T was makinjc cake.  I   wish   now   that   r   hadn't."  ���������'You sur-ly never ate- any of it  yourself: V" asked the girl in th*. biazer  suit. The Bank  of Biitish North America  "X���������110. You see. it was this way: has opened a branch at Trail.  Mr. Penandink was hero and j-.- quoted The Ontario Grand Lodge of the A.  such a lot of poetry ab^-ut the- beauty j O. L". W. propo-.es lo withdraw from  of domesticity in *adx._ii that I rashly ! the. international body, owing to  tcld him that J could .tiak- cake. I��������� j erifcvanees regarding lhe telief fund,  well, 1 did once make one with mamma " The Finance Minisl������*r has received  a"^rUl:u ,t-aur:l t0 help me. (i5,-   ,:_.oln   ;l   lnnn   now  livin-,  in ,ho  th  ���������   '-Ii."        WaS r'������        m IO ������*" h,7������ i Wc-tern States, who admits "that _ he  ���������^*���������"��������� =���������= '���������^ ~-^s-��������� =���������: iiefriniile.*ti-t!iirrfT7V!.imnent ontrorfcrmtr  Mattawa. February II.���������A serious  fire btoke out yesterday in the basement of Stephenson's store and did a  trreai- ileal of damage in the town.  The total loss is about .917.000.  "He beprjred me to make one and let  him see me do it, anrl 1 cor.s-ent._-d. so  he wont to the kitchen with m.\ helped  s-tono. the raisins and beat the "c."?.  ane! succeeded in confusir.f; m-- sn that  I���������well. I forsoi to put any flour in il."  "What on earth clirl yo-i do ?*'  "Oh. I took him back tj the- parlor.  End   at'tpr   a   while*,   und-;,-   protest   oi  seeing If it wa? done,  and hegrtrerl mamma to  eUnnrr, ,is lie- was stay:  tr>  ta:-*e  It."  "\\'e!l,   that   was   a  ���������������  furi*. "  ���������'I   .hevnThr   -o    iTh-*n   r  askc'l  If It w.is- don'*, and  that II looked lovt-ly���������"  "Hut supposr.. i.s. had .=>���������,���������  "Oh.   I  h.irl  taker,  cnr,.  1  T sllpp'.-d .jut  mnk������ 0:10 for  1? on pui'pt.:-'  15..I    iili..,a,   I'm  ror   I'i*:'  1  said.  h-.  :h.  "An  i'.'irl.  iliil  box  yrnir  mj-si-ir.  main ma.  .-bar  -1  "ijh.   :,-.- i;   nil.--;!   |:  Mr    P- naniilr.k   :::iv"  the   b...-ir.|   whleh  he   r- mark"'! :   'I   ran  that   t'lios..-  111!!.-  whit  mad- thl-', Mis- I i.e..;  "ee!f>d   !-;l :ieii'ei.-.''   '.'I  bliizT mil. ",u-_- _,itt  tn.i n lias nn Ine ei  "Y.-s. r inn." r 1  ���������-allot* hilt, "but Ot'.-: iih:  of e.iki* ti'ivv on my ;>!  next v.-ord-.'. eiinvinced,  v ri:- iloij-i'h. He broke  raid   'If thlp Is th.. cake  m-- t  ,. ,,  !���������.,.  voliiin.-s-  M'iii'i'i'iy  ,'l!IIl'lj������     '  thy ' "  ii.l Hi-, ���������.;'i-  aw.ii- ;;���������  or   {Hi ���������in   .1  .1  Hi.. ���������-;:������������������  ��������������������������� .it t  th.'  -:   nr*  , y*s;  11--  aloud.  1,..!:������������������-. '-  :'  yo-i:s-  amount elurir.i** the North Went rebellion in lS'i"].    TJiere are others.  The icport i.- current that Colonel  Scott, collect!.!-of customs at Winni-  p-*g. will !)���������; elecapitfitcil .tnet that Mr.  E. G. Conklin. clerk of tho Manitoba,  Legislature, is brine; boomer! for the  position by the Provincial Geivern-  ment.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated UyActoi Parlluincnt, 15-55  CANADIAN  THE INDIA   SUFFERERS    FUND  INCREASING RAPIDLY  Paid up Capital  Rest Fuiqd - -  Head  Office  32,000,000  -    1,375,000  -FiTontr-'ea]  :n  r,"   iiot  that  .IT  a   hit.  I watchi ���������  then  yo'i  mrikc. r>fi:--i Dorothy, will you kindly  .tell rn- what has bec-ime of the  ralfins ?' "  "Yrin don't mean to say���������"  "I do; in my hii������t.-. I bad nee*'l''-el������d  to Ml mamma what kind of ,-l cake to  make. Oh. I lell yo-j, Hvlyn. my i!".ii-,  I've d<*oid---el lhai hone-sty is the best  policy."  'I he  .Msit-lc  Word.  "\I-1S?"  "S'o answr.  ".Mii;.;;-:?" he called softly.  Comrdf-te   silence.  "Madge."  Xot a sound.  "Maruaret?"  Then  he whistled  softly before mnk  Ir.K his final effort.  "Marsuerlt's?"  And a flute-like voice replied in the  distance:  "Yes. darlirur."   "..  .    .       '--" ; . ���������.  BOARD OF DIRBOTO.P.S  John II. R. Mnk'nn, Presideri.i  S. If. Ewb-ig, Vici--Prf*.ident  W. M. Ramsay _ Henry Archbald  Samuel Finlev    W.M.Macphersori  J. P. Cleghoni  F. W'llfi-i.Man Thoiii.a-. Gen. Manag*-:  A. 1^, Diunford.   Insf.-ittur  If. Loi'kwootl, A��������� istant In-pector  The   bank   receives  on     f.iv.-,urahi  l<Tiii.-,; Ii'-aeeouiit*. of i till iv idua!",linn -,  li.-mke-is   Jim!    municipal    and    otht-  corporiitie-ni.  Interest  allowed    on    elt-po'siw    at  current l-iit'-s.  Englisli   and    American     f-xchantje-  bought iinel srilrl at'lowest rates.  AMERICAN  SUDDEN DEATH OF A GREAT  AMERICAN BASSO  Castelmary Drops Dead on the Metropolitan Opera House Stage During  a Performance of "Martha"���������Mrs.  Henry Ward Beeclier Dying  Nkw Yoitic, February 11.���������-Death  rang down the curtain on the life of  Castelmary, the famous basso, last  night just as the scene shifters dropped  the curtain on tho first act, of "Martha" at the Metropolitan opera Ilouse.  Tin.* opera, was being sung .and at, the  moment of the death of the great  singer lie was the merriest figure on  the stage. The prima donna, teiioi,  ballet girls, choristers anil (lie large  audience were laughing, Castehuiirv  was in the renin; of Lhe stage arrayed  iu all the finery of the part of Lord  Tristam Mickled'ord, keeping everybody in gooel humour. While he s.*tiig  lie .vank senseless on Lho stage, anil  while he died laughter still rippled  Kiiily throughout the house���������a fit end  for an opera singer drifting into the  unknown beyond in melody, tho curtain dropping on his scene anel his life  at the same time.*. As ho foil the ballot  anil chorus girls galhercel around Lho  dying artist, dancing gaily ami singing merrily on with the opera. The  grand ilames in the boxes must not bo  shocked by a tragedy when they come  for comedy, so the curtain fell amidst  mirth anil applause while Lhe merriest  of singeis lay dying on the stage*.  The cause of eli-.-ilh was heart disease.  Stami'ijhd, Gonne'rliciil', February  11. ��������� Mrs. Henry Ward Beeehor is  dying in this city.  WINNIPEG  SCHOOL QUESTION SAID TO EE  FINALLY SETTLED  It May Reach a Million Pounds���������Terrible Destitution in Central India���������  P'armers' Day Before tha Tatiff  Commission���������E.   B.   Eddy   Injured.  MiiNTHHAi,. February 11.���������A Star's  special cable from London says Lhat  thu Mansion House fund in aid of the  Ineliii sttll'erers is steadily mounting  anel will probably reach a million  pounds. Too news from India indicates that tho famine may prove tho  worst ever experienced anil i.s moving  many to augment their oiiginal subscriptions by larger sums.  Central India advices are simply  terrible. The present fooil supply in  the rice district is gradually being exhausted with no prospect of a fresh  supply.  Ottawa, February 11.���������Dr. Selwyn  claims Lo have been 'misrepresented as  to In's remarks at the mining meeting  last. Thursday. He did not state that  British Columbia was not a mining  country, but elid say that Canada as a  whole was not a mining country. He  believes in the mines of B. C, anil .as  long itgo as 1SS5, he advised miners to  go there.  WiNXU'Eii, February 10.���������Yesterday was Farmer's Day before the  TM'ifi Commission. ' A delegation of  one hundred farmers from she "North-  West was introduced by Mir.. Richardson, M. P. Mr. Fleming, spokesman,  sail! he had been a liberal for 17 ye:ars,  but that he was sadly disappointed in  Mr. Laurier ami Sir Oliver Mowat,  whoso LiuilT policy was no better than  that adopted by ��������� tho Conservative  Government. Mr. .lames Elder, president of the Farmers Institute advocated ii straight freo tradepolicy, Mr.  ~Brii~e:lsh"aw~iit rgfiei^tlfeT-red notion of  duties on goods used by farmers,  E. B. Eddy, the millionaire manufacturer of 1-1 nil was thrown out of bis  carriage* at Aylmcr yesterday and  bad! / injured.  Premier Green way tlonies Lhe report  thai any new settlement, of the Manitoba school .euiestion has been,arrived  nt between Archbishop Langevin and  Mr. ttrondorga.-.l.  The latest report from Saskatchewan'says that the protest against the  election of Mr. Davis may be withdrawn.  , INDIAN   FAMINE  Adults Weigh Only Fifty-Six Pounds���������  Awful Number Destitute  Jfiiiit'f.i'Oe.it. Inili.i, February 0.--  I'h" famine now rages over an iire.i of  :;,l)tX) _(]!)>������������������ <- tnili's, which hn.i a population of 71.7.0O.''. Th" inmates of  -everal liou-es are in a most ileploi-  ,itik' condition, Aelults iu si,me cises  '.���������.-eight onl*. .".I", pounds ; i bey Imve Hie  appearance- of aitirtil.ii.-el skeletons.  It N esl.imii.teil that f.h<: pre-ieiit fiimine  is the' i-re-ate-st of the rcritiirv.  A Startling Story���������Mons. Langevin Said  to be Satisfied���������How it Was Accomplished���������Prendcrgast to be Minister of Education  WiNXii'i-e;. February 10. ��������� "The  school ijuostion is settled and to tlie  satisfaction of Lite hierarchy"���������that is  the. information convoyed to a representative* of tho Nor'Wester toelav bv  one whose position in politics guarantees the truth of his assertion. "Yes,"  ho added, "lhe school i|iie:stion is settled at'lust!'' The nature of Lhe settlement, ho could not give, but the following particulars may preibably  threiw a little light on the latest phase,  of Lho situation. Thu Nor'-Wester  gives publication to the story just as it  received it, anel of course; does not  speak for ils truth or foundalio_ in  fact. It seems Mr. J. IC. P. Prendcrgast,  ex-M. P. P. for St. Boniface, had an  interview with Father Richof, vicar  general of the Archtlieicosc of St. Boniface a few clays before leaving for  Ottawa. Premier Green way was also  present at this interview an'tl the discussion, it is said, lasted all night. At  all events an agreement was arrived at  iinel Mr. Prendcrgast sob out for  Ottawti in hob haste'! At Ottawa, or  somewhere in its vicinity, Mr. Prendcrgast met. His ���������Grace. Archbishop  Langevin and submitted to him the  terms of tho new settlement, anil Llio  story goes, His Grace expressed his  satisfaction wilh them. Mr. Prendor-  srastis to be in St. Boniface within a  few days, anel .an announcement will  be made that he hits been appointed a  member of the Green way cabinet, as  Minister of Education, a new portfolio  about to be created. He will then  conteist St. Boniface as a member of  Lho Government, and having pledged  himself to His Grac: to see that legislation is passed making the new set-  llomenl law, ho will receive tho  clerical support. Those who had  thought thai Mr. Pendergast's political career had ended, evidently have  boon mistaken, if Lho lalcsl gossip is  correct. At all events, if the foregoing particulars are founded on fact,  the school cpicstion will soon be out of  the political arena.   .  Forty thousand shares in the. Ibex  of Slocan have boon solel al Kaslo,  Calgary and Winnipeg within the past  six days.  Ont.  BRANCHES :  Ottawa. Ont.  Owen Sounil,  Ridgctown, Ont.  Smiths Fall.-*, Ont  Sr.rel. V. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.'  Toronto. Out.  Triron(o.Iunc*'n,Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Out  Win lelstock, Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Aylmer. Ont.  Brockville, Onl,  Calgary, Alia.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Out.  HKiniilon. Ont,  Loudon, Ont.  Men ford, Onl.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  iMi>rris;liurg,Or;t  Norwich, Out.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C   McGregor JYlgr  T. 8. Phepoe, Manag-er  Tii" vi-it lei (.'.iiiada of Harry  /���������'ui-fiis'-.. the great English cartoonist,  has been i!< clareil off for the present.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  \ f KTKOIjIST  -.''1     I*fe!tty*iirii; Hervi'r.n nt II   a.m. and  r'KI'HCI! - llevel.lokn.  ���������J  fi.m. ejiarn neutintc at. the cI'ik.- of the  M!urnln'< service, .-at'biifb ri'-hoo] anel Ulbly  D.acH M 2:'.!n p.m. W.-ekly i.rnyer meeting  fvtr'f Wcdneirtny t-voi ins* at 7:3b p.m. The  ri'ibiir; are cordially invited.   .Scab*, true.  11KV. ,1. A. Wfjun, I'imlor.  pi'.KSHYrKIilAN   CIItrUGIT-KavolH  1      ."ervine  every   Mm-.rlnv  ctonintf   nt  7.-.0  l> rn      lliii u  CI ma  at   i:,'l0   p.m.,   to  which  all aro welcome.  If. CIKPIir.-������. Fl   A.. MlHMonnry.  'S  IJOLY TRINITY r'HTJl'f.II-Kcvclslokc  ' J rreaeliiiiK pervious every .Sunday at  II a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  REV. !���������'. YOLL.-YNI), Rector.  I J OMAN llATHOLIe; (JHUBOH ��������� Rcvc:-  -Tv stoke. Mass every Bundny mornlnic  nl. lOilitJa.in.  KEY. FATIIEH rEVTAVIN.  Extracts from 'tliiiliigr.awtior Ilritiah Ouluinbia  I. Any pcrEun over 1*1 yearn of nice or nny  joint ntock company, or fnrnlirii company, can  obtain n frees minor's c-erllileato, for one! or  inure years, payln.. u feo ot .*,i.(it) for each year.  '.'.A free inli.er niin'iit any lime obtain u  ccrttnentoiioiiinii'nuInK to run nt lho expiration  of his then existing ecrtilleato, bv Ddjini; the  rcKtilar feo and .ireittucliiK eueb existini:  ceitillealo.  fl. A freo inincr'iiecrlllleato Is not transferable.  I. Any jcr'nn or joint sleek eouipaiv,  n:in|nK or win-kin-, on a mineral cnlin  without liaviitK Inken out n free iidnei'i)  cenllleato U liable to pay a penalty not  ixeeoillni;?'^;, unil cout.i.  .1. Nn poivnii, or joint Hock company,  enn hole! any rlitlit or Interest to or in any  mineral olaliii. unlem he or it shall haves a fteo  minerrieertllleate unexpired.  S'lioulil any on-owncr fall to keep up hi* foe  mlner'Hceilllli'.iite, Ilia InlereM b^i.-ouiej vested  In hi-i Co-owners.  A Hbaruliolilerin a joint stock coiiipany need  not I.oa free miner.  , B. A free iiilni-r.iliiriiiK the eonlinuonee of  liiiii'i.-rlillcnti:, but no Ihukit, bun tho riulit to  enter, locate, prnnpeet nml mine upon uny  watte Inndi of Ihu Crown, for all mincrnla  oilier than coal.  7. A free miner may hold not more than ono  mineral claim on tlie name vein or lode  exe:f.pt by pnrehaRe. '  K A free minor may kill Kaine f������r bis own  use: wl.ile pro3iiucllnir or iniiiinK.  fl. A freo minor ulinll have all the; riLthta and  privliexeH nninti'il to free miners by the  "I'laccr Mining Act."  10 A freo miner'n internsl in bh mineral  r.luiin-aavc is locla'ina held .-13 real cstnte-  n a chattel inlerent.  i.oc,iri:*n minkhil r.t,.-.i-.is.  1. A mineral cifliin mtt't not exceed l.jro  fe'Jlin lci.g!h hy 1,,','jif,.. t in biemiih.  2. All ar.clc3 mu������lhe rixlilanRles.  3. The! ela'm ir.n������t be marlted by two lecal  posts, r.umbtrol land 2, pbcPd as neo-ily  ������s possible on the line of thei lode or  vein, and not more than 1 .V"0 feet apart.  I. A leyal post, murk'd ��������� Discovery Post"  mu=t also be placed on the lode where It wa  discovered.  5- The line from 1 to 2 must be distinct!?  mart-cd by bla?.in(r trees, cntliDg >underbrutt,  or Dlanuat' posts.  6. l>icatio-8 made on Sunday, or any public  holiday, are not for that reason invalid.  Simpson's Kidney  Pills as a  Consumption  Cure  One who has no lung tlisnaso of  his own, nor any relative or friend  who is Lho viutim of such a condition, can think of the disease with  comparative ef|uaniinily; but if a  member of his ftunily c"r a very dear  friend is a victim of it, tho word  Consumption becomes one of the.  most terrible in the English  language And no wonder. Over  a hundred thounnnd persons die,  annually, in tho United States from  the ravages of this destroyer of life.  Think of.it. One person out of  every eight that dies iu America  is carried off by consumption.  Dissections and post mortem  fixriiiriitatioiis have revealed tho.  fact that many people have carried  cavities in their lungs for months,  "and even years that have been  thoroughly healed over; and it  stands to reason that diseases aud  lesions of the lungs may be cured  as well as those of any other organ  or part of the body; but on the  whole, lung diseases arc less easily  cured on account of their-peculiar  .location aud surrounding;*, and,  also, because of tho incessant  activity of ihe lungs during life.  Nevertheless, cure is possible, as  the facts cited demonstrate. Nature  has provided for a condition favourable for a cure of theso organs, as  stated above.  SIMIVON'S KIDNEY PILL  treatment follows up nature in her  efforts to heal, and it is in lino with  her hygicno arid repair of the lung  tissue; and it also overcomes the  depletion and general waste of tho  entire system. When we know by  such indubitable evidence as lhat  cited, that cavities in the lungs  representing acting tubercular consumption, the most fatal form of  this disease, have formed and  developed, and that nature has  found means to arrest that  development, and .to heal up and  completely cicatrize so terrible ti  wound, in so vital an organ, wc can  easily sue why tho declaration,  once so dire, "Consumption is.  Incurable," has lost much of its  terror. --"'"  To really cure consumption, the  cause, development, stage of disease  acquired, and many other points,  must be taken into consideration;  the diet regulated to suit the cast;  the wasted tissue replaced; the  lungs developed, and the system  generally fortified and hardened by  systematic treatment, to resist the  influences of tho weather aDd the  additional colds which only tend to  increase tlie trouble. The treatment must have' in view the.  checking of the disease iu the lungs  and the expulsion of the residual  "airmaild_"accuntulated^pHleg.'ii and-  pus in the lungs, or the latter will  degenerate and break down more  tissues.  SIMPSON'S KIDNEY PILLS  will cure consumption.  Constipation  Who has not had it? Simpson _  Kidney Pills will cure the worst  casc3. Not a puige, but a cure for  old or young. Safe and certain.  For the cure of acute and habitunl  constipation and diseases resulting  from it such as Indigestion,  Hillioiisnrss, Migraine, Insomnia,  Neuralgia, lthcumatisni, Hysteria,  uneasiness, bad tasle in mouth, etc.  This medicine is not a purgative  and does not give immediate effect,  which always results in worse constipation, from reaction of the.  bowels; but these pills cure.  SIMPSON'S KIDNEY PILLS  50e per Box, 6 for $2.50 ,  SOUD BY  AGENT  i CALGARY. .o.u  il  l>'V  r:  OTTAWA  THE   CABINET WILL CONSIDER  THE CROW'S NEST  Canadian Trade Will be Driven to Imperial Markets-���������Mr. Smart at Ottawa���������Little Bear Interviews Mr.  Smart ��������� Alberta  Stockmen's   Kick  Ottawa, February 10.���������-The .Cabinet will meet this week to consider a  policv for the building of the Crow's  Nest'Pass railway. There are several  proposition.-, before the Government  and it is likely that, a decision will be  reached in a few days.  Postmaster General Mulock. who  has returned to Ottawa, when seen by  a correspondent regarding any departmental announcement, saiel: "1 es, 1  have been cousieleriog Llio ipieslion of  improved mail tacilitiesin Rainy River  and the Lake of the Woods mining  districts, as well as in British Columbia, anil have come lo the conclusion  to ask Parliament for a special appropriation for these purposes. A proper  service cnnnot bo gi\en without more  nionev to draw from." The I'ost-  lnastijr General has received full notice  of all retiuests from districts referred  to. and undei'sliintls the conditions  fully, but it is an expensive task to  reach some of the mining camps, es-  pocuillv in tlie winter.  In well informed circles here Lite impression is settled that whatever else  the American Government sees lit to  do with tho laritr, certainly Canadian  J.irin products aro to ho kept out by  tlie* high tariff- walls and *'lt will onlv  have its cll'ect," said '.*nc iu high  authority. It will drive oui pioducts  into channels within the empire, which  after all, is most desirable.  Tho Government will continue the  system ot education among farmers  which alone, is needed to secure for  our pioduct recognition in Great Uri-  t.'iin. Verv little'that, is kept. out. of  the States'but will find profitable sale  in F.ngland and the field there is em-  limileel. Nobody here looks for much  from Washington at present.  Jas. A. Smart has arrived in tho  capital and had an interview with Mr.  Sifton, Minister of the Interior, this  .horning, reporting on the inspection  which lie made of the land nflices in  Manitoba and the North West Territories.  Little Bear, tho Creo Indian chief,  also hud an interview with Minister  Silton.  The slock raisers of Albert a, who  have had a niononoly oi shipping entile for food lo Rossland district, have  protested to the Government against  the now international quarantine  regulations.  Richard Pope, Deputy Commissioner  of patents, died on Monday morning  after a brief illness. J. A. R.iiron, ex-  M. P.. is the likely man for. lhe  position,  W. Rlach it Company, Commission  Merchants, of Winnipeg, are being  prosecuted on a charge of keeping a  place* of business wherein gambling is  permitted. Lhe contention neing thai  the method of buying and selling is a  contravention of lho Criminal Cude.  irjCTEE^'hYWV,-; ttM*e*>*is*MV*l!L!it*J>*-tfFSS!Ba  TORONTO  R. G. ROBINSON', TO BRING OUT  SHORTHORNS  He Is Now Making a Deal for two Car  Loads Valurcl at $5,000���������Ontario  Legislature Opens Today ��������� Hon.  Blake's   Portrait ��������� New Leadership  Toronto. February 0.���������It. G. Robinson of Calgary, I lie well known dealer  in pedigreed " emtio is in the eitv  negotiating a di'r.l which will probably  result m two c.w loads of Shot thorny  being sbippvil from Ontario lo the  Not tli Won. at ii price of about ijiij.Otll).  Andrew Pnttulo will move anil John  Aulel will sei'eun! (be address in reply  to thojspoerh fioni tho throne opening the legislature today. Colonel Sir  Ca-imir Gzowski will represent I.iout.-  Goveruof Kirkp.ilrie'k. Fviuiturcl. the  French-Canatlian member will be  circled speaker. Subsceptonlly lb*.  John Moslem, on behalf of I Inn.  I'M ward Make, will pre-sriil lhe bouse,  wilh .a portritiL of I'IiiIm'. It was presented to Mr. I-llnki! Iiy a number of  his friends some time since. This will  will be the lirsL legislature since 1S72  opened with any other leader than  Sir Oliver Mown I.  Burning the Devil.  The action of the Salvation Army in  New York ciLy at a recent religions  service, in which "the devil" was  burned iu effigy, has been commented  upon hy several religious papers-. The  Observer and The Christian Advocate,  of New York, are among the number  The kilter's comment is as follows  **llow can the Salvation Army expect  to retain respect and put upon its  'boards' such a spectacle as the burning of the devil in it lake of lire, with  'ireliniinary performances such as  pulling the head of the elevil ont of a  coffin and. after an adrcBS on prielr,  cutting olf bis bond, and then cutting  out his tongue and so on, until the  elevil���������to use the language of the carver ���������was cut into mince meat ? Yet  this was done in tho city last week.  It must be classed among the pernicious mistakes cf tlie sincere. It is  ii descent io the level of the barbarous  paganisms of the Dark Continent.  MONTREAL  FITZPATRICK ON  THE  SCHOOL  QUESTION  Has No News From Rome���������British  Government Has No Concern in  Matter and Has Not and Will Not  Interfere���������Champion J. IC. McCulloch  Montreal. February 10.���������A special  cable to the Stat from London says  lli.it, Hon. Mr. Fitzpatrick the Canadian Solicitor Gcnetal said lie would  lake back to Canada no news lrom  Rome with reference Lo the* school  tpicjtinn. The Canadian Government  has really no negotiations on foot with  the Papal authorities.  Mr. FiU'.patriek .also emphatically  denied the statement that Chamberlain  anil the British Government had assured Loo XIII of theirsupporl. if 11 setllo-  inout was arrived at between Mi.  Laurier anil the Green way Government.  Finally. Mr. FiL/.pairick said, lho  Ilritish Government has no concern  whatever in the Manitoba school  epiestion. It is regarded by the  administration as a matter of purely  internal concern to Canada, anrl therefore one alone of Dominion polities,  falling outside Lhe. line of any action  whatever from tho London authorities.  .m'culloch wins aha in.  .Montreal, Februaiy 10.���������Jack  McCulloch, of Winnipeg, won the  5,000 metre race today. He is now  amateur champion of the world.  Montreal, February 11.���������There are  now two counties open in this province, anil iL will' be seen whether  "Jean Baptiste" prefers "Wilfrid Laurier to the Bishops of French Canada.  The elecl.iou in Champlain will probably come oil lust and. although it is  a constituency within Mgr. Leileche's  ecclesiastical jurisdiction, Hon.' Mr.  Tartu loft foi' the seat of war this  morning, and rumour has it that ho  will make a supreme effort to win the  old Tory county from its present, allegiance. If Champlain endorses the  Laurier-Grocnway settlement, the  Government iieacl have no fear for tho  rest of the province, for such a result  would prove lho last vestige of influence had slipped from clerical hands.  WRECKED  CASHIER OF A GREAT FALLS  BANK IS THE CAUSE  Failure of a North Western National  Bank of Great Falls ��������� Cashier  Hatcher's Defalcations���������A Steal of  Nearly     Two   Hunnred   Thousand  Great Falls, Montana, February  9.���������Tho North Western National Bunk  ot this city failed to open its doors on  Monday, iiiul tlie directors arts said to  have discovered a largo defalcation.  Tlie cashier is 11. 1). Hatcher. The  North Western hail 11 capital of $2"i0,-  000 and an advertised surplus of  .S'JO.OIK). Thomas Couch, G. M.Hymns,  Prank Kleptko anel other prominc-nt  stockholders in the Boston it Molilalia  and Butte it Boston Mining Companies  are members of the Jlotuil of Directors  of lhe. bank and W. G. Conrad, Great  Falls, capitalist, is president of the  institution. Investigation shows that  the trouble arose out of a lecent sale  of stock whereby tho Com ad  brothers disposed of holdings to  Hatcher, who claimed lo represent,  eastern parlies. This purchase money,  amounting 10 $1 HO, 000, was paid lo Lhe  Cotir.'iels, and was supposeel Lo come  from Hatchers clients. Nothing, was  iurlher known of Lho matter until it  was discovered that $177,000 which the  North Wcslern National Bank had in  the Globe National Hank of Boston  had disappeared. Lust night President  Conrad arrived from Boston .and  related the condition t>f affairs as far  as the Globe National was concerned.  Tho North Western books there  show a, credit of $177,000, while the  Globe .National hooks show a small  overdraft. At a meeting of the  directors hold last night it was decided  to close the bunk doors pending an  investigation, - The last statement of  tho bunk showed deposits amounting  to $5!'7,3!)1, and deposits about $750,000.  Tlie bank officers say there, is no doubt  but that depositors will be paid in full.  There is no trouble in other hanks so  far.  flerchant's Hotel  lllecillewaet, B. C.  This hotel has just been renovated throughout, and is now  first-class in every respect. Gooel aeconimodRtiou. Best  AViues, Liejuors and Cigars at the Bar.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Tlie Largest, Hotel in Town.  Centrally Located.  "Best Accomodation.  St. Leon  Hot Springs, on  Upper Arr*5������rr  Lake, nm in connection.  Rales $1.00 Per Day.     -     Choice Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  The Only First Clas. Hotel j  in Revelstoke is the  O. Edwards, Proprietor  The Socialist Democratic Fed era lion  of London claims that ,l"17,000,0'.!0 nf  taxes levied in India, lo meet the  famine has been "boodled" bv officials.  The-  'evelstoke  . Semi-  Weekly  0 ��������� 0  Wholesale dealeis in  Agents for  J. W. Kara Co.'s Pianos, and the Gould Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle.  ievelstoke, British Columbia,  OUU CC "plCS each issue, giving  a circulation ol 1000 weekly.  An ad in THE HERALD will reach the  people of,West Kootenay.  Latest telegraphic news from all points  up to the point *of issue.  Sabser-iption, $2.Q0'a "Yean  Invariably in Advance  Out* Job Department is w������u equipped. we  print everything, and do it in tirst class style  as we have the best of workmen, presses, type  and stock.       Give us a trial job.  Special Attention to OQHIU OP,DEP,S  JOHNSON  St  PETTIPIECE,  P������etfelstoke, B.C.  Pi-opr-ietors  and  Publishers.  p-fl-a*-^**-,^^  The fast growing centre of NORTH KOOTENAY  The centre of the LARDEAU MINES  If you intend to purchase as your field of choice diminishes daily  For Lots Apply  Agent  2.S  4  ���������A  ���������A  ���������\  5  !     '  l'������  ���������   .  i  1   I  i  SBammmm ANTED  Dealers in liolled Oat.*',  Out .Meal und all  kinds  of Grains, Feetl, Etc.  To write the  BRAraAfl & KER M3LLIHQ CO.  SOUTH EDMTOiJ, ALIA.  QUALITY  RIGHT.  PIUCKS RIGHT.  ^rud.'iloJiC  K::vki.stok:-:, It. (,'.. February 17. 1MJ7.  LQ8AL  AHD _GE!iERAL   HEWS  An'Interesting Budget of Loc.-J, Persona]  and   General  Items  Round  a::d  .About  Pcvclsto'.':*:.  *i*.Pi*oplu nre catching.on to thesmtps  ottered by 11. _N\ Coursier.  Air. .lack lvuowles returned from his  holiday trip to New Vork on Monday.  * F.ggs ! egg.-.! e'ggs ! by the case  or  ;ooel anil clie.-tp' .at Sibbald i;  elei/.en.  I 'ease's."  The Ferguson people are gelling up a  numerously signed petition for a [lost  ollice.  , I* That lady with the splendid IILLing  diess anel becoming combination of  e-olors had her laslo salisiieel at Cour-  sier's.  Mr. Sibbald has received word lhat  the saloantl stationery fur the Imperial Hank have been shipped from Toronto.  " This paper is kept on lilc at the  Globe lintel. St.. Paul. .Minn., the best  hotel iu that ctly charging '2T> cents  per meal.  12(1!tor Smith and Mrs; Smith of.'the  Rossland Record p.-tssed through  Revelstoke on Sunday on a visit to  lho cejast.  The rate on a car of grain   from   Rl-  iiienton to Revolslolco uililer. Lin*, new  . tariff is SOc, hay HOc. dairy and packing house pi'titlticls, iJil.CO.  *i" H. ">*". Coursier is getting ready   to  display the most select assortment of  . spring" dress anil fancy goods millinery  I un its'iinel shoes (Slaters)   ever opened  in Revelstoke.  The  Province   complimented    Tin-:  HnitALli by reprinting lhe whole* of an  ���������'article which appeared in   erne of  our  recent issues on "Assessment Work or  Assessment Tax."  Mr. Sinclair of Arlington. Wash.,  representing a number of residents of  that place and vicinity was rogi.M ere-d  ��������� at the Columbia on Sunday, looking  out for business opening at various  points in Kootenay.  About twenty lots have, been sold on  tho Ferguson tnwusite since tho beginning of last week. People, who  Wiint, to gel, in on the ground floor had  bettor get a move em. as the price has  jumped up already !*ilO on ordinary,  and.6*25 on corner lots.  T. Curtis came in fiv-iu Pingston  Creek on ...Monday with 27 marten  skins, which ho had trapped there.  They were seilel yesterday to Messrs.  C. li. Hume i*o Ct>.. who .are extensive  fur buyers, ami who pay the hi_hc-?l  cash price for lho same.  Mrs. Vermileyea and Miss Sweet.  sisters of Mrs. J. A. Wood, who have  been visitit gat the Methodist parsonage left on Thursday for a visit Lo  their parents at Vernon. Mrs. Ver-  inileyea's singinsj will be much missed  by tlie congregation of Ihe Methodist  church.  ���������I vVhat protty.stylish. perfect Iltting |  en:.! nines aro being turned out at!  1'ur.i'su-r's. j  * Sihb.-iKl .V; Pease havo somo blue  joint. Imy left. It is the most economical yon can fowl.  Mr. .1. T. "M.-ii'tin. of the Lake View  .Motel, yieaiiioiiti, is on a visit, lo bis  lirotberG. II.'.Mnrlin. of Lho ��������� 0. P. R.  hotel. Kcvolsliiko, t.iielny.  Mr. I'kl. .hicksoi'i. iti'i'ivi-.l in town  from the west-nil Sunday, and will ,-n--  ci'pi, it 'position In .Mr. II. K. Coiif.sier's  store*.  Neil Murkiiy, a young barrister of  Calgary, who Is going down to Kaslei  to hang out Ills shingle, is. registered  at lhe Union.  .Messrs. Kiui|ilon to Pitts, of Donald,  are nil vi'i-l ising a removal sale anil are  clearing ���������out. tili'lr whole steii-k of general inerch.'inilise, Mr. Pills will  shortly fi-mnvi! lo the Sloeiiii ruuiilry,  where ��������� be. bus aeipiirod considerable  iniuitig propei'ty of ii promising character.���������Golden r.ra.  li. ('. Mi'I'tirrisou eif l'.,'irtk'.'ut.  came, up on I'Vitbiy lo get his lei t hand  elre.'ssetl, whiili bad I-ecu-caught in a  knot, s.'iw itt the Kooloiiay'.Lumber  Go's. mill. ILivii.s loiuiel necessary lo  iimputali!.his Utile linger oi' the. band.  Mr. McCorrisiin is making n gooel recovery, iiutl expects to leave for Lar-  ileau by. ttiiliiy's train. .  Messrs. 11.'.!), Crockett a well known  resident of S'.'iili.le, who has recently  arriveel from ..Imieau. Alaska, where  lie hits been keeping an hotel anil Mr.  I5tl. Crockett, his brother, a pioneer  prospector in tho Larilo'au".'country,  registered at the^Columbia, on .Sunday  from f.anc'em, Mr. 1-1. II. Crockett is  looking .'out for .a good location to  start'ii ���������llrst class hotel in West Kootenay. ���������.-"'���������. :'y'"  "Mr. Matthew Byrne, a mining man  of New Ze.'iliiiul. who has lived in every  gold --milling cotintrv in-the Umpire,  Victoria,������������������.���������NW' Zealand, 'West Australia'anil. South ���������'Africa,-, from , which  latter place ul'ler being.; in Johannesburg tltiring lhe .Taiiiicse'm-raid;;he has  coinii.oii a visit to '-'.Ih'itish-V'Columbia,'  wits in towniin Suntlay anel registered  at tliu���������Oblu'inbiii. He intends lomake  a through visit of inspection, 'among,  the mining ilisiricls of Kootenay.  : Messrs.. Buillie "&" Berinel, mining  brokers, of Kiiinloeips. intend .to publish si lortlvii book called .Kamloops  TllustriiteiT/i'oiitahiingy.froiii: 50; to; 70  pages���������;'��������� of., limlter" descriptive of the  principal . mines around .Kamloops,  anil.ilUisti'iiletl by ,31).-to.50;half .tone  engravings.: It will -be issiieel .under-  the iipiii'ovitl'of tlie B. C. I'riliuiil. Board:  of -.Trade,' anil .we hiivoyneiyeloiibt that  Mr. Baill'ie, nn old newspaper iiian of  the iirsfrraiilc, will see that the piitiiph-  Iofc is: worthy of its subject."'   :   :y y T.  ���������On Friday last ���������hi': tlie. '���������''.-Prbvirieiai  House the Attoi'iiev-Genera1., inforineel  Mr. Kolliet-lnit 'the'princ-ipal cause .of  deliiv in seltle.menfc of lho. Revelstoke  Unvtisite .dispute is- thai;"; out,.���������"���������of...ten  original gniiilcos., .or their.������������������successors  iu title. o;ily live havo! i-espottiled to  the request, of. this.Geivei-timeiit tc> e::-  ecuto'surroiiilers anil releases.':- Tn the  Fiii'well townsito. out'of ,i)7:- owniirs.  billy four.1 have as yety placed _ tliein-  selves, iii .roiuiiiunicatioii with':" the.  Government;  .".::���������. ���������-';���������  .IE IHDiAH FAi1i-.lL FitfiQ  A. fund in aid of the suIYorers ��������� from  tin: famine in India litis beon started  by Tin: R*.*vi..i.rfTO!{:-_ .IR'halo. at the  suggestion of some of our. leading  business men.- Tho Chief .'fnsliee of  Bengal wired last week lo the Governor General lliat the iil'eii. anel miiiiber  iilVi'tii'il are er.ormous a-ud the distre.'-.s  ra]>idiy increasing anil inaclean urgent  appeal for relief. A list", of cemtri-  bitlors has bi'en opened inl his column,  anil will be taldee! to as subKcriptieius  etime in.- Tlie list will'In* kept eipen  until lhe 1st of March, on which elate  Liu; inoiii'y collecti-il'wi'il be forwarded  to the Governor General.  Messrs. C. !'..   Iliunu&Uo  Tux (Ikk.m.d,  Rev. .). A. Wood.  |j,a������-.-.il  I'll   .  A ^:\ -i  2  ���������ii^y   <������&    K<Ha'    iiil ta ^ujy   *���������!   u^*zl ui  u_ -  >scril.*.ii-**a:'iwt--xxca-������������- -.  /jjrw\    V,^___n-__1    ".i-..   * ���������![  ��������� l'-ti-.i rUX-l? ������������������������������������sr\j  i..-:t-J   ii;-���������*;"-,    flls.\P  __^______,_r__.ail_oc_y2i2.^j2_2/.  I'l-  it .ivjaj  "}l  ���������r*  "r-ia  ������i - "ir'-i - *. ���������.;. -r.   r'i1.  W  ly-j....! H  ���������^  tCh  ���������r'V-rJ\  il'iaj' J  _._ili������j^_>   tl   -.Js j i\ii.,j  1J    LA   U.---J  J.^'l   V-\V\ '.---:\  3r?)/&���������!!. "Ill  ���������'rtVi   ������������������,.7.:J *.p*i".>  a'-a'dihi-ii  r"r-  j'*i  Ur. Mi'Keebin.!  A i'Viond  \V. I J. Pool.  .). 1). Grahnin.  Thus. Gillespie  .1, W. Murray  Thus. IIoIIiiikI  .1. A. Leslie  .las. Liltle  Ralph Hieliicll  llni-rv Piiriulis  ' Mrs.'W. .'I.'Mickey  Mrs. A. N. Smith  .(r=-  $25.tn  $l:).()J  ij-l.tK)  ������.(������;)  1.1)0  '2..1Y.Y  .-i.OO  IM  . l.O.'l  LOO  LOO  LOO  LOO  ' - ���������' 1.00  LOO  LOO  H     W  til-iai' a -J w  U������x.l-.I1# Wt^y^TJ aM^lIU  i *.**$/  (Si-i,c:,:.-,:-*ti:: -im (ii!.:-:i:i: \- Wmi.:.:���������-.)  POST   03T3J,ia3U   _������T03/23.  G-ent's Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicine  ������ Oi'Jii  ,-a ft. o  ���������A -  ���������R,Jli.i.*CiiiJt    '������-J Ci.i.'i.'Li.i. JJ.v-������Uj.  3=o3i]"V-_i3X-,STOI*S:'JD, .B.'O-  ���������I'--The latest nov.-lties. in dress .and.  fancy goods always, to : ha. Iiiul at  Coursicr's.".. '.'.'.:';  Mr. G. A. Ili'tiokes, niiiTiagor of the  Hornii-Payno Co. at Laurie,, was. registered tit Llie Victoria on Monday, .y  - Mr. Walter'McBride*. Mrs/ MeMriile!  and claughter, of ..Calgary.-. ". passed  through';' I'evolstoke on Monthly on  rputo'Lo Rossland.  : "'-.-'.-;-.-  Mr. A. W. Black; the; well known,  'manager of Lho C.P.R. stores for the  Pacific Division, dietlat Ottawa: last  Friday evening where.he was'residing'  for. Lhe purpose of consulting.they.leiul-  ing physicians of theIjeiniiuion. :  The Horaiel,received this :morning a  cojiy of.the iii'opose.l iict for the. Iiii'iir-  poration: anel. Regulation.' eif Tr.'iding.  Uompainies. We havo not- had time to  examine, it carefully, but we notice  tbatVnb.higher.' fee for regisLralion is  to bo 'demanded than $250.  y-'-"-y.  : Mr.T. Moran challenges GuyBarber  or ..any oL'.iot- Revelstoke skater 'to  skate one; uiile.: in the ^Victoria  rink Tor -any: stake froiu" $1.0.00. to  ;'i;o0.00.:y';Tiiiie:;eif'iiccitptiiigithisvchal-:  1 tinge': is lit ti i ted to tun' el ay.si f rp'ii'i - th is  date,,      Stakes to bo put 'up: into the  hiituis of w.Cowiim   :..; :y..:;:: :^y .: ?  y Tho Concert Tonight.   ���������-���������  The Rev. 'Mr.: Lucas iinei his.son wil  give   :i '-���������'luiiiptirance - concei't -in    the  Methodist clr.u-'c'.i  t'tinight';'-'    Th,: con-'  Thoy inomni'iiiiiluih' of tlib Ciirnes  Creek Cph,siilidated'i*Mine*.s..ljtd.'';;.*ipply-  iiig for incpi'iioi'iitiou. hiis: been. i'va-;!.  Tlie heiiel ollit'e of llio foiinianv will be  atRevolsUike*. The provisional.."li-i'is-  tees for the first tluvi- months iit-e'  Messrsi I. -T. Brewster, ;W>-.Cow.-ih and .  F. Mc.Cartv, Tli** conip.-iiiv- owns, live  claims. - t'ln; -Roseberry.."- Salisbury.  Arsenic. Tltimestiike iuul ���������'Imperial-.on  Carnes Crei-kV-aiul the, St-.. Peter'ctair.i  at. UloeiUewiiot. They, -.vill ctiminenie  operations on.Carries.Creek.as soon its  the;season opens. ':',..���������'?'������������������,'���������.  Rev.X>. y.Lncas ofiTlamilton. Ont.,'  preached twice ii: tha Methodist church  Pf0  llTSV: DB. LUCAS.  a teU'gi'iiiu   fitiiti',..the!  asking what steps ' tlie  ������������������ Government: iiitentied.:: to.  In ''-reply, to!  Boarebof Trade  Provincial  take:'for .protecting:; the*; river batiks  bei'Ov the following answer was', ret-eiv-  etLoivM.omlay. ���������.���������Pi'btieetioti:y banks  Columbia iii 11111x13 of. Dtmiinion; Gov.-  oiniiient.. Have wired "'"to: 'Ottawa oil  subject,"  GTJX Ma!'U:ty::::'yy: yy  Tlie Alberta and Kootenay Deycl-  ieipniont -Coni party ���������liiiv'ii.-'recently,..-been  foi'ined and b;ive .alroarlv disposed' of  overi. 75,000 of ������������������their- first "block ;of  treasury shares. yTlie company'sjiead  Tofficeis'at Golden.    The' elirectors... are  W'.-'C. Wells of Pallisi'iv Dtv-Bi.-ett'.,  L.. A., of 'BahnY :G. S. "Mt:C:u'tef of  Goleien.D:. N.. J. .:liiii<l:*av. Ga.lgaiv,  iin-l G. .Ericksonof :Field.'v',The--.company is'rio'w-'re.-ttly toi-t'ceive'p'rnpos.ais'  from .'in;.* : pjirties '���������"'having---,.mineral  claims to di.sp'.is-'C of either ftil- cash or  iiii agreement'' as to dovolopinont,���������  Ge.IdeirKfa;; 'y..'.:���������..''.':''.���������    ���������'���������--. '*��������� -  :=.-������������������ ;;^:.;vyy:...v Knockeid'-Flat;;y^'y ���������" -;  ?'.y'y  H. N. JCriut'sier' hits: struck yont  strai'ghr.'"anel' knocked the price of  Qri'ee'n.cor-5i:ts down to50e: eiderdowii,-  ! rj5c. to -15'-;   men's  tweetl, pants. $1.00;  I shirt s.-'-lo5:-do*__eiis. of'necktie's at 15c to  [25c each.'   Tijf-se lu-eohly ii few oti the  j bargains we.are. otiei-irig. ,.'���������.  last Sttiitliiy. Jli^ subj"e I. in thi'inniu-  ing was "I'i'.iyor'' and in the ev.-ning  '���������Ti-nipeiiiiicu."      Botli  sortr.or.s  worn  well recetvi'tl by  large  enn_.'regations. ;  ������   He also gave,", talk oil Tirtiitii'iance   in Frc.v:*icir.I Accounts.  the   afternoon   in    the     Pie-sbyserlan       .... ���������   ,   , .     ,.   .,  church.    .Mr. Lucas, hi*   son. sang at       I1,p   l������-"-lancc s.-iet-t of   the province   _.    _ _ ( the services itnil bis reneh-i-iit'-'s  r.f the   for ISC-O'J shew.-:    ib'vt-iinc S050.705:  tnencbeVa si'iitIs_of-ii,_weak's_"shov������*s���������on-j-sat^eirrniiaicTrclut.-Tcil��������� sveie-Sii-gh^y���������.%;>  The   Kickapoo ; Concert _ Co.    com  Monday in Bourne's Hall on Mnnelay  with ti tiee concertauel eutertainmeut.  On Tuesday tlie charge was "25c. for  admission and tonight's show is free.  The company give"a gooel enterlain-  lnent anel are well niiLtoniy.etl.  Mr. Ed. OioeUett, who knows the  LareU'iiti I'oimtiy like a book, has just  returned from a visit to Saiielon. He  ivni-ked in the Itcco anil visiteel the  .Wi>ndi.'rfiiliiiid-Sleican Star. He'docs  not think llieir showings can compare  witli the Great Northern at I-VrgUMjn.  A great number of people, hu.-ino.-s  nii'ii anel oth"i*>. are only waiting for  the ope.-ninv: up of spring, to come up  to the Lardi'iiu Ciii'l:. Mr. F.el.  I'rocke'tt hn-> bouitht lots in lo-'igu.-on  iiiid inleniU io go into ihu hotel busi-  nor.s there with his brother.  _c_l_4-I l -:-^_. :|'hi-   preciatod.  The carnival came off. at the skating  rinkon .Mimeliiy night and was well  at! elided-in spite of other, attractiims,  "ppetilirig to the public that, evening.  The sent's single skating iitize went  to. T?: Moriin.'anel the lailv's.. single  skating prize to .-Miss".Alice- .Vnrtlii-y.  while the prize -feir" eioublt: skating  went to ilf. McMaotts iuiel Miss'-L;'"  Howards.- Frank Brown 'look the.-  pi'izV; for llio best gent's i-iisiiimi*. ami  Miss Milliij'Behrens for- the lic-st lady's  fancy dress; with, a tobogganing co-j-  tuntV'. Spft-ini inent ion" slioiilel be  iiiaelenf the. "Dauglite*T of the Regiment," by Miss "\Iary KiLviirel--'. The  little lady liiok*.,*3-'"ose:o������..<:litigly��������� charming, in'" lief hatieisomi! ' costtimn.:, 'and j  a .should h.ivi: beengiveii a prize*.  j increased" by :*p0:?,000 over 139'.t-9o, -to  .which incrr-iise itopis., under> the head  ��������� of.rh'tning.:'r'-cRJpts.'.":e:e).htribnteel" liber-.  aliv. The-rt-:vf-iiite_- derived from West  Kootenav rose" t'rotii SG8.1fl2-.-in",'0KO5  to Si22,f/*)3 in 'Oo-'Oi ah increa-fi* of $50.-  711, ot- almost twri.third.-: oi'.. the .total  irifreas.-i of 'the-*- revenue of' .the';, pro-'  ivinef!. while!, the: .t.fitjil revi-ni'te; .'from.  t.hei!istriity.'.;l22.:)ij:;, w.'is nearly "one-  eighth of; lin-y Uitnl rf-veniK! eif, the.  whole province, SOSf).70"5...���������������������������..  eei'fc: willcuiisist-'ol.':singing, recitations.  iiiWi-esses, (ind, instftimentaly liiusic,:  audiii'iifijlreatis expeiCti'iL?::y-fy,yi::  ysAssomopf the fi'ieiids t'oultl ni)t::be  at the;li!t:t,uie last evening, Dr."."Lucas'  has "decided' to bring his '.lioo'nieraiig : to  the'cpiico'i't' tonight afc, the MeUintlist  c!:urch;. ..; :'yy-' :--;y-'.'-.'::.:v-;;-."-  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  yUnionllotel���������WF Murphy. Van-  t'otivei';-,AV; White..-Moi*soiniin: ,) V  Sinclair,'Seattle; J Eoot!:.::G Riele'Otit.  Teirniitei; P. F Coppangii*.', Chicago; F  C Frink, Dr AB-Himler :atier,wifi'.:  Newllaveu; W Williamsoiii'Donalil;  R C Forrester. -Fort-Elgin;; A L Smith.  Trail: G B Gov.ett. Kamloops; -. L li  .Miirtibek,'-'Guelph;"-13 .13 Sanies, Lis-  t'owel; E A Hiiggeti, 'M i'S CiU-son, .Mrs  Lee-foV, "Vanetiuver; T B Sanelersein,  "Seiittle: II M'cEride;. ���������.iVaii^ouvei'-i.r.t J  <}<><>\i,:.j Armstrong. Te-remlo:: D - J  Mi:rr:i.v..Kam loops: If J. Bon nelly. A  ���������-M. Feisler, London, Tiiig.; S 11 Bolton,  De)i>.-ildt'',N"' F Miie-Kliy, New West-  mitiiste-f:Mi's A York iinel ���������two-'child-  ren, A Yoi'k,-,Missie!n.Cif.y:.y;,:  :: Victeiriii Hotel !-J .W; Gatler. R  Tamieson,;W III JU-Cormitck. '-Eiirclav-  Bonthrone, D MeGillivray. F, P" Wilson, A Blight". :\raiice.mvci';G A Brooke..  Laurie;:]'' B Wells mul friends, :W  ���������Morris iinel friend, town; F^.Smith, P  ���������B:Wa!lar'v.T."H-i Cairns, B.Laui'eiico:  M Jones, J F"Green, .Toronto;:-;.W de'  V Le"���������Miiistrp,'Traih-^TIio's "Kiiptitrick.  Dbnalil; ,1 B Morris. Montreal; .1 "A  Gibson",-M--.'P..Sutherland, Kelson; H  Kennedy, P-Bt-owh, Gall: W'-lJ.-Oroy.-  .'J Smith,; Hamilton;" .T N Adams. J  Bvroii. s.s. Nakusp; vlC; Me-Leim, San-  tlein;, T." Richardson',   lllecillewaet;."J  'W���������II-  Revelstokc Markets.  R.������tail-Oal~ S^'1 i''*f ton: butter,  elairy 2"������:. <-i i'.'-iii-tv .'i-'i.-.: pot-if'i'-<  .-;:'') [,i'i-ton: hay. liniolby ..nil i-lover,  .���������J27 pe.' ton: wii.l hay, S!--,  ralfa-TiiT  Stevens, O.Ug try; t5|l Mightun, Nelson;  W Millard, Vancouver.'  Cohunhin, House.���������M"titthe\v Byrne,  OLago. New Zealand: F Trtggart, 1)  McVair, Mrs iMt-Vair, Torotito: W  Se.'tfls. Tappen Siding; C ]t Scott,  Brock villi*. Out: II B Crocket!. Hd  Groe-kott, SaiKloii; .1 C C.tneland. Trail;  Mr anil "ih-s MeC.illuni and children.  Lacombe; A liubbanl. W Hay. Arrowhead; .lack KntiwlT's, Carletou  Place; W Be-*-!., Big Jli-nel; E O Graham. W'lid wards. Burton CHty; T  t Curtis, i'ingstou Creek.  i t'enti.ik D. Woi'jLoy, Illecillew.'U't;  ! Ii. Ifr.dgin. Leindou; A. Iliiinilloii, "TI.  I Bte-lt. A. Hamilton, Laurie: AlherLM.  ���������While,".!. H. Martin. G. Haiv-v, II.  i Plant". Golden; T. Sullivan, .1*. ('."Mar  lin,   Ollav.'.'i;    c'. I). Ileytlon, Toroi'.io;  M. ilcW. Jiiinter, Saiulon.  Ore Shiprho-its through'- RevalstokD.  Tho fi'illowiiig is the* roLurn o  shipped; through llttvelsttiko; for  wei-k'eiidiii'if Feb. 15:   . :.  linlerprist.-.-S'.'.tWO Lous. IULOOO.  -   hlahw, 112,000 lous">;'5;S������.  .   Slocan St!U','-i-0,!XS) ton's. i;iI,50B.  !iliicaii..Stn.'r, Sl.OOO tons. I.;:).0I2.  Kntei'pi'iso, 80,000 ton**, .$5,715.  ore  tlie  RoiiccGf: Auction  Snip  Notice is ht:reb_* f.i\'c:', ih.it. tineloi* f.ittl'by  '���������ii'-Mtes o������ it i:ci I.'iin obiittol ..ninrl-*:ii.e iliit-..-il  S.'iiton '-bur -ll'ch It'Jj, ami until-- but,?, ueu lJaiel  Itobinson. of Piri-l-tt-kc, 1',. L'.. .i.iti:.Ijr-1.111),  nml l'Vcilta-idc . llcliii-ijOii, at. i.teuiiiit, v.I' Ko/i i-'  moko "(iiior _.a.;i:c). to sutiuc ili'u re:;;nynii-i t ti'  llio S'liil Krielrrirl: . Itol.t Si-n ot ;b'.'. sitni i^r  .���������?.">.OOO.Ol) '.villi intoroil nt % llio aiuil Fro'lia'ick  Ilobinfi'ii bus seiizeil iird itt'cun jioVsijh i .ti i.f:  tliu saw mi 1, buiiuiMgri, tiia.-'biner:,'.:iltiin^r',  lii:nl)L-r, mul other esh-itt'clrt'li* loiiKin-*; to Utis  atiiil. L!u,iiiul.ltnbin30n. mill bcinijj.ii|iem tbn ww  nil 11 prutniso- loASuel fi-otii the i.'iinii'iiita'I'aoilles  Bailway-.t'omriiiiy. iiti:Isi<ii:U()ini i,lio eiist si'ln  of llie Arrow Lakc.Bi-iLiiob nt;ltc\-'.'lsioko,-u:iil.  will .sell-the ^11111-3"en blof." by p;ibbc,uiio',iu,i  to U..0 hitracst blddtr-toi: eiisb/sit.tiiu ,iu.ll iJi.e-  niiie:a,-oii-v';y y-y:y      '::���������':���������-'i^������^~.���������'-.'���������v:'::;'"-"'".':^.';.:':::-  Thursday^ they4th; Day of Marcli, 1897,  at.2.30 o'clock in'ibis attoriiocn.' y ���������"���������_-  Invetitory of machiiicry atuVothcr cbalterls to  bc.Bol(l..cai*r b,j teen v.t tli,j:mill ..Tcmiao;* i'i- el  l,lm 6IHco:.i.iy tlio-unij.isrbi'inii'.t; I'tiil 'bo yootls;  nn.). chr,t:.els cmi b'S in pecteii. l:y_.iutt:iitliii_t  ptti'i-'basisa at'iiity'lunobt t'.-it'O yulu    ;;.;::  D..IU1I at ,K>iVtlsl6kc,'"J-i. O., tbi^ I7tu'd:iy of  Kebruaty, \&'JJ.'���������'.-'... :;.y      ''.:''".".. v.  y7- '������������������������������������::r^'^:-X}it^^P^;'CXh)^0^^^''  '.'-���������������������������,:.-'.! Soliejitbi* for l-'rceloiifk Ujjlinsjn,'.; :  .y'���������"!���������'"' ' "Tl'iyci3tci:c;B.:C..v:c':������������������':������������������;'..:  The Very Finest  Watch Repairing;..  I'eiss-ihli' lo .secure���������you're iii-  siireel of���������if your timepiece is  sent, here to bo repaired. F.*;-  pert work only.  GUY    BARBER.  W;-B. McKECHMIE, ':;���������:  <r.i. 1:.. ti. d. o.iw.) :.  PHYSICIAN  and:,SURGEON,-  O i-|.-i-.-i.; in Tt. Biii.snn'a )mii?e! Cnrxt I'rcsliy���������������������������  fritin eiiui'cb.)   L'all>3|i_>i.i-Iui..lii'i:ii*'orr.ili'i<rii|.h  pi-oiuiitly iittciiilisrt  In.   Olliei*. liuitis:   '.KtlO.tj  II .a: 111.. i::).)t.) I unci" to'8.1. 111. ,   ....     Ri-IVICLSfOKE.1  13.   C.  ,;A   man'  .always-.looks: his-   best; ���������  ���������'"-liiiire: ..esp'ccia'lly    if   the -SUIT,   is  ;-.���������';. well  niiitlt:. yYVijgiiiiriuitee  tllis.  it nil ,-it- tlio  lowest ..price".- : Call  in  ;....  iinel" iiis]iect. iitir ..Gooils.    "A  full:  iiud':.cpm"pli.to ..r.'iuge ;of ..cleitlisytej.  yciioosey -fi'om7-FinesL( y.work man v  '���������.���������[:. sh'ip.yU."'. Our.:-, complete, ysl-ot'k;y of;  yy;;GKNTS'..*3UI'TIKG^ is^Lrietly vtip-v  ;;.;:;y to-eltite;.;. : ;.y;yy,;;.-.'.;-:-;''���������'.::���������:;,;-:;:.y;:,:.::.;yyy  :RlSi������ilIoI^y  ARE YOU GO'ING  TO BUILD TKI3 SEASON?.  WHY-BOTHER;  BAKIKG:?:;&':i;;::  VVheh yiitr CiUi /get  ���������Broad,' Oakeb',y Bte.,  at Rig!i!> Prices.froiii.  G eieiel  .Bti:.,1  ������'-��������� :'.'���������'.  5V  THE REYEISTOKE1 BAEER1!  Coiifejctieinery. 'Ciihiied Goods. Etc.;  ���������:-: r---':-: ���������^������������������������������������vkapfcan-stock.^^-v^i^.j.  a.;;n.smit;H'   !  :, '"' ;,   Baker and CohfoeLioiier.  Itevelstoko Staliou, 13.0.   y  ���������'v. ���������.'���������'" y;:   .,:;  d!rala:K;Juli'an;  IlM.M.i-lil  IN'  First-Class  Dry  T  '.ft  All i.rdors li'l't wiih  (���������otii'.iii-r will receive my  c.iii'fill iittentitni.  Mr.   11.  prompt  If-sp,:;yoiirs!ti)itld, ciinshlt : ;.  .PraG.tiesal;  irt-������  I  n  iiiul got; a:t'i'liiiblivc!3siinal.e .baseel.,011 ti;',  wide .-and ;valliableiVxpoi'ioiiee  in.; the..  ;y;-:'-.:';',;..���������'y;..;,^u'.'1liMf?;l'usiness.:: ;'y;.y-���������--;.:������*  :;yS!iop.Job :Worl: Doha::^ ::',;������������������'���������������������������':.-.'  Oiilariei   Ilai'il;Woeiels'kept'^iiiystocfc  ...;������������������"' A!so.otlier.iielelsiiiid:oni!s,w!iich;:.:,: ';  ';'.,:.*:'���������';'.T.'ire.iisei'fiil���������ih/oiir litib ofy;;T: ::y.::  :.':������������������,���������'.:"':';f;*y "y';,-;;:biisiiie*ss;;.":-:; 'y.'. -:";*"y:.-',;',;  ;;Work:K:uish*p':: Guarant cecly-s:.-;,":;% ;  ���������y-yy,.y;-;.,',--���������;:;-���������.���������;';. ���������''.���������'.'''...:  ���������.','.Terms; Cash ;.:���������-.���������:  Mil iLi ii li-y/ ii iii^ili^l _1 \  'A  ' 'i  4  a  ���������X:  "���������''��������� if  ."(-.  j-'-,,  ���������H-  ���������������������������It  ���������I  ;;|  .'���������7  ,' -1'  <.*  ?r*  i/T  Ifilllli  vsy  V/holasals  ant! Retail  aiFTe-HBE  uiCAi.:-;:: ix  Milk Cows, Siwldlc, Piwk, Driv-  in'-f ;iml Draught IIor-*'Oi"J.  rJeveistokc Station,  B. C  Any  Requiiing Wood  C*in Buy it Cheaper from _.������.������ai:.-.:���������;���������**.  ���������W. FLE3UNG  Than you can afford to steal it,  and -take the .chances of being,  caught.  2. ij_.  At Lovirest Prices.  ���������*������-/J"W ���������)  ������  i  4.    i 4 _* -a,  ?������s  -rti     iy*/     -v. *i ^l    -us  rfcnw  ��������� <'-T^ :'^H /j ff   rpK\  M;   \& fl ^% W  ���������@  ,*������r-~������-.**i**i4xyr-  %������$Li&filial. ���������-tyj ^^^Murini 1 !4^:  Sole Agents for Ram JLial's Tsa  Agents for the Victoria Giant  Pcwder Go;    Powder from 45  to 75 per cent.   Also Judson's  and Stump Powder,  Caps and Fuse.  i  A Goinplete Stock of  J1ARDWARE  And a Large  Supply !of  FRESH GEOGEBIES  always 021 hand.  Selling" qj������ Remnants of Prints and Dress *a35||p  Goods at Cost. ������^%  Full line������ of Miner's Supplies carried at '  Ttoiit-Lake City.  liriti-i- ������r_Of**>i iii������:';j_ > XT"


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