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 K3.iS.,-.dt*r.U.iS  ">  (       .������ ,*���������  ' "vs,  *.   *"*  ���������    V-^'Vl-  '    ^  "     :  V:  I:  i  /J  -J .  Published in the Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon and Jordan Pass Districts.  -ISSTTEID   TWIOE-A-WEEIK: ��������� -vVE3D3ST_i]S_D_^-YS    AHSTID    SATTJI.DAYS-  Vol.   I.     No    6.  y/  REVELSTOKE, B.C.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 6, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  _���������������>  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  ff-trOFKICB :   M ill building. Rcvclstoko. B C.  T. L. HAIG. .  _TOTABY PTIBLIC.  MINING. REAL ESTATE,  and Gencnl Commission Agent.  Fire and Life Insurance.  Representative t fthe Kootenay   ���������  Smelting and Trading Syndicated  Agent for Revelstoke, Trout  Lake and other Tovjnsiles.  Back of  My Promises  is tbo certalnity of fulfillment of each and every  ono of them.  When you leave your Watch with me for  rep lira it is sufficient guarantee) that you will  havo an accurate and reliable timepiece.  Did it ever occur to ymi 'hat more watches  uro ruined by in ompet**nt workmen than  actual w ar? We have Drained the reputation  for miles a ound for b>-8t work and lowest  prices.   A trial will convince you.  S. K W. GAINER . . .  High Grade'Watch Specialist.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  BLACKSrUTHINa and . JOBBING;'  PLUflBING and PIPE-RTTINa,  TINSfllTHlN.a and SHEETJRCW  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a; Specialty^  ' Robt. Gordon.   -   Revelstoke Sta. ���������<  JOE -JOB'S.-"  ISHAVING "PARLOR  Hair Tonics of all kind* on hand. Soafoaralng  .ondShampooingaspecialty. All branches of  ���������the tonsorial art executed with ambidex-.roua  -dexterity.   Bath rooms in connection.  -TOBACCOSrCIGARSr--^*---"������������������-'���������'���������   ��������� "  FRUITS    AND  and CIGARETTES.  CONFECTIONERY  .il. Morgan, Main St., Revelstoke.  One door east Columbia Hotel. '  C. E. SHAW  Mining, Real Estate and Insurance Agent  General Agent Ferguson Townsite.  fltEVELSTOKK.  B. O.  ROBT.  SAMSON  DEALER INO  .CORD AND STOVE WOOD  at lowef t prices.  Praying of all kinds promptly  attended to.   1'iicea right.  KEVELSTOKE, B.C.  Canadian  Pacific Ry.  SOO PACIFIC LINE.  The Cheapest, Quickest and Best-  route to  TORONTO,        NEW YOKK,  MONTREAL.    BOSTON,  HALIFAX,  PHILADELPHIA  and all Eastern and European points.  Tourist Cars leave. Revelstoke daily  for St. Paul; for Toronto every Monday, and for Montreal and Boston  every Thursday.' '.,.'���������  Empress of India,  Empress of Japan,  and Empress of China,  sailing ever four week for  China and Japan.  Warrimoo anil Miowera  sailing monthly  for  Honolula,  Suva,  and   all   Australian   and    New   Zealand ports. "  -   For full particulars apply to nearest C. P. R.  agent, or to             L-. BREWSTEB.  Agent, Rcvclstoko.  G !���������-(������. McL. Brown, h  District Passenger Agent, Vancouver,!}- C.  Bourne Bros.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in.  Groceries  Dry Goods  Hardware  Stores at Revelbtoke, Burton  City, New Denver and'  "Nakusp, IB. C.    -  Clearin  All Our Large  Stock of Teas  Will be Sold  At Cost ������  A-T=^r-  Hutchison & flcGregor's.  '  CORRESPONDENCE.  To -the Editor of The Herald :  Sir :���������I have waited for some time  to hear from some of our authorities,  who have power to levy taxes upon  real property, and now I shall repeat  the question I asked an answer to.  1, Can the government tax properly  that they cannot give a title to.  2. If constitutional can they take  the taxes away from tho district and  appropriate them in some other district.  I also see that our board of trade is  advocating incorporation. Sir, I would  say that 1 think it_would be more appropriate to work their -utmost to  seek clear titles for tho town site before seeking municipal incorporation  as then they would have the solid  force of the people at their backs, hut  until such be the case they cannot  expect tho people to busy themselves  in the matter.  Another thing I think that they cannot get formed into a municipality  that can be just and lawful, till such  time that the old grievance, the title,  is cleared up. For instance suppose  they get incorporated and some one in  the town refuses to pay taxes for some  time, and as it is a well known fact  that they have got to lie in arrears for  some time before the municipality can  force them to pay, then would come  the test case. Could the municipality  dispose of any parcel of that property  for taxes where there are no clear  titles to. I rather think not according  to the by-laws in some of the eastern  municipalities. Hoping to hear from  some good source soon on the subject.  li Tax Payer,  Our Job Printing  Department.  "Printing an Art," at The Herald.  * The Herald for job printing.  *��������� How's your stock of letter heads,  bill heads, counter'pads,' envelopes,  business cards, etc.? If you need anything in the printing line call or write  TxiK il������I!AI_>. ,''  THE NEXT BOOM  WILL    BE   IN    THE    LARDEAU  MINING DISTRICT  And it Will Come off Next Summer���������Full  Description of theJSection���������An Article  of Interest to Investors and Mining  Men.���������The' New Townsite of Ferguson in the Center of the Mines.  The following article with regard to  the Lardeau mining district, now so  rapidly coming to the front, was  gleaned in" conversation with a gentleman, who has mined and prospected  all over it, and whose estimate of its  resources and prospects itu-lines to a  conservatives eaiiliou and can be im--  plicitly' relied on. This district lies  immediately south of Revelstoke at a  distance of about fifty miles. It is  reached ��������� by ��������� rail from" Revelstoke to  Arrowhead, thence' by steamer ten  miles to-Thomson's Landing, from  which'point'a good waggon road, 12  miles long, makes Trout Lake and 4 or  5 miles further of a sleigh rood lands  the passenger at Ferguson, the centre  of themines and the coming town-of  the district. There is on the town-  site at present a store kept by Mr.  Cummins and a. hotel owned by Mr.  Ferguson, whose name has been given  to the town. The ore is a high grade  galena silver ore, carrying copper and,  a great deal of it, gold. The best known  group'of claims is the Great Northern,  a number of which are owned by the  Horne Payne syndicate, who have  had a large force of men working on  tlie Broadview and Old Sonoma since  fall. An 'immense body of ore has  been disclosed .by the development  work"on the former .claim. The  ouly claim now shipping ore in the  group, '"is the Gre.-i_t _ Northern, of  .whicli.Hugii manager  -and owner.. -Another, claim in the  'group, the Queen of. the Hills, owned  by Jack Staubert,.one of ��������� the -qrigu-ial  discoverers of-.thegroup, is showirig'.up  'a good body of ore and ,\vill certainly  be shipping* next .summer. In the  Silver Cup group are several important claims. The owners of the Silver  Cup are doing development work right  along and shipping ore of a high grade  character. The claim is a most valuable one. Other claims are the Towser  and Sunshine extension of the Silver  Cup lead, owned'by-the Home Payne  syndicate, both under" development and preparing to ship ore,  and valuable strikes in which  liave"7ilrl*a71y~r>e������n~n'epTirte"d iff-The"  Herald. Abrahnmson Bros, own  another' extension of. the Silver Cup  lead, which has proved fully as rich as  any in the group for the amount of  work done. lb will also prove a shipper next season. They also own the  Great American, a valuable property,  which, with a little'development will  be'on the list,of shippers. Next in importance comes theBadshot, owned by  Johnson & Campbell, who have been  working all winter, driving a tunnel  to tap the voin. They have reached  the ledge and struck ore in a big body  and will be ready to start in the spring.  The Horn group consists of 18 or 'JO  claims, all showing excellent surface  prospects. The Poole group contains  a number of good claims, on which development, as far as it has gone, shows  a big body of valuable ore. The group  lies between the Great Northern and  Silver Cup and is believed to be on the  same contact line. It will no doubt  prove a most valuable prop?rty'in the  near future. Tho Glengarry group  owned by T. D. Sibbald is a valuable  group of claims carrying gold, silver,  and copper. But the mere enumeration of the groups of claims in this  astonishingly wealthy district would  exceed the limits of our space. The.  Wide West, Black Bear, Hunter &  Trapper, Lexington. Silver Bow, Sunshine and dozens of others show the  same valuable prospects and have in  many cases already attracted the attention of capital. The Herald will  give a fuller description of these claims  in another issue.  Across the ridge lies the Fish  Creek country, in which considerable  development has lieen done on the  Sable Creek Group,.which is showing  up excellently.  The resources of the Lardeau country  have been known "to prospectors for  several yeai-s. TheGreat'< Northern  was'first discovered 20 years ago. But  lack of transport facilities and the  natural inaccessibility of the country  have kept development back. But  with all these rich prospects and bodies  of ore before the mining and investing  public and with the transport facilities  which* will be' afforded -hv the con  struction of the proposed railway from  Galena Bay to Ferguson by the Home  Payne Syndicate, which is looked for  next spring, the development of  Lardeau will go forward by leaps and  bounds. All that is needed is capital  arid transport facilities. The Fish  Creek valley is a fertile valley of good  size, "producing grain and vegetables,  equal to the celehrated products of the  Frazer delta. There is an opemng  there for farmers with a market close  at hand jail over the mining community, i There aro also splendid timber limits in this district and McGee  & Co. are operating a saw mill on the  North Arm of the hike this winter.  The whole country with its capital  town at. Ferguson will certainly come  prominently into notice during the  coming summer and otters a splendid  field for investment with a certainty  of large returns.  THE IMPERIAL   BANK.  Has Decided   Establish   a   Branch  Here at Onee.  The following telegram was received last night :-  Toronto. Feb. 5.  J. D. Sibbald. Revelstoke,  -Board has decided upon. opening at  Revelstoke. ;  " D. R. Wilkik,  ' General Manager.  This.morning a contract was let for  a building to cost not less than $1,500  upon three lots already purchased, to  he completed within six weeks. In'  the meantime Mr. Sibbald is hunting  up temporary premises for the accomodation of the branch office, which will  be opened up in a few days.  DOMINION BYE   ELECTIONS.  i  One Liberal, One Patron and One Conservative in Three Conservative Seats.  Toronto. Feb. 5.���������Bye;elections fcr  seats made vacant by the court* re-  sultedvRs follows:; South Brant, Heyd,  Liberal, 189 majority. "-North-Ontario.  Graham," Patron, 12.'". Ea'st'Simcoe,  Bennet, unseated conservative 'member, 230^majority, making a', gain of  one seat for the Liberals, one for the"  Patrons and a loss of two for the  Conservatives.  LATER  The final returns for the bye-elections give Heyd.a majority of 381 in  South Brant, Graham 32 in. North  Ontario, and i Bennett 110 in East  Simcoe.  THE DOMINION CAPITAL.  The Government, the C.P.R., the'Crow's  * -Nest Pass and ^Freight Rates.  Ottawa, Feb. 0.���������Hon. Mr. Blair,  Minister -of Railways, is said to be  negotiating with the C.P.R. for the  construction of the. Crow's Nest Pass  railway. - The C.P.R. is quite disposed  to build the lino, but the Minister  first desires an understanding regard-  ingfreightrates. Until this matter is  settled, there will be nothing done  about the construction of tliis much  needed mad.  . .  Archbishop Langevin is hero today.  He says that ho has received enough  money to run the separate schools in  Manitoba until tho question is finally  settled.  AS OTHERS   SEE US.  The Revelstoke Herald now appears twice a week, aud shows great,  improvement. A significant sign of  life is the .list .of hotel arrivals occupying about half a column. The Herald is a credit to the gateway city of  Kootenay.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  The first number of the Revelstoke  Herald is to hand. It is a well conducted, carefully edited paper, and  the publishers are to be congratulated  on its excellent typographical appearance. The news columns contain  much valuable information regarding  the rich mining districts tributary to  Revelstoke, and we hail with pleasure  the advent of this journalistic venture,  which will, we feel sure, do much ^to  attract attention to one of the .most  important mining regions of British  Columbia.���������B. C. Mining Record.  The Revelstoke Herald, . the latest  addition to Western journalistic enterprise, has evidently come to stay.  Its columns are bright and newsy, and  it seems already to have made its  mark as ^a popular advertising medium. Knowing the management as we  do. we have no doubt of its prosperity.  ���������Calgary Herald.  BIRTHS.  Stokes���������On the 3rd. inst. the wife of  Mr. Stokes of a daughter.. ... ...  ,  INTERVIEW WITH  MR.  KELLIE  The Finandes of the Country���������Approaching Change in the Political Situation.  '  Mr. .1. M. Kellie, M. P. P.. paid The  Herald a visit on Wednesday last  and submitted to an interview on matters of interest to the constituency.  Although a supporter of the present,  government, Mr! Kellie is decidedly of  the opinion that while large expenditure in the,_past has Ixten necessary  for the-development of the country  and even forced upon the government  by the actual necessities of the si tun -  lion, still the time has come when it  is becoming necessary to call a halt.'  He does not- advocate a penurious  economy but he thinks that the, following figures, which he has kindly  left with us, are startling enough to  argue for themselves that something  must be done :  REVENUE AND  EXPENDITURE   OP   B. C.  R EVENUE  EXPENDITURE  18012  - 9(54,402  1.032,104  2-3  1.038.237  1,130,920  3-4  1,019,200  1,431,438  4-5  821.600  1.514,405  5-6  '    890,025  1,972,336  4,740,201 7,381.203  Showing a deficit since 1891 of  $2,040,942, or an average shortage of  $528,1SS: The cities are following lhe  province along the oame path. In 1S95  the revenue of New Westminster was  $23,138 with au expenditure of $70,382  and of Vancouver $28,911 with an expenditure of $-10,010.,.The natural consequence is that they are clamoring for'  this province to heap an additional  burden on the shoulders of the -.taxpayers by granting financial aid to  new railway schemes. Mr. Kellie  thinks wediave no business to discount  the future to any further extent and  that the province has already,sufficiently . attracted , the attention of  outside eap'tal to her vast resources to  be certain that railways will in future  be built without aid from the province  wherever the prospects of tlie locality  warrant."* ,    ., .-���������.-.-,  " My> Kellie thinks that the politics" of'  .the province are undei going, a;rapid,  change and ,-that 'whereas; in"-former  times .the provincial elections were'  fought on local lines without any  reference to Dominion politics, the  next election for the local house will  he decided on straight party. Grit and  Tory, grounds.  Mr. Kellie is for an extension of the  municipal system, compelling each  locality to bear its own burdens of  schools, fire protection, grading, etc..  with government assistance to a certain-extent-only.���������Undor_the_present  system the expenditure on schools is  getting altogether beyond control,  lie hopes to 'see" at least two new  members for Kootenay, added to the  local house this session, and then the  district, which furnishes one fifth of  the whole white population of British  Columbia,"20,000 out of 100,000, will be  in a better position to demand her full  share of representation in the house.  Mr. Kulhe stated that he would endeavour to get the act amended so  that government and legal adverlise-  ing should be done in a paper published  in the localities interested and took  his leave after proifering, his services  lo tho nt;w Herald enterprise and  wishing its promoters success.  Suspected Specs.  __ '.plausible youth with a strong  cockney accent was going the rounds  yesterday very anxious to dispose of a  pair of gold rimmed glasses; which he  had picked up apparently in Calgary,  Kamloops, on main street, Revelstoke,  and other localities. He must be quite,  a mark at finding gold rimmed glasses,  as he disposed of more than one pair-  in town. The chances are that he and  his pals stole a package of them somewhere, and the police should look after  him. He is a smoothfaced, 'boyish  looking individual, wearing a grey  hat, dark coat and blue overalls, and  is accompanied by one or two satellites,  who let him do the talking in re the  astonishing find of gold rimmed gkisscs  and his anxiety to dispose of them for  a couple of dollars in .order to get a  meal before making a break for South  Kootenay, while they remain modestly  in the hac-kg'-ound waiting results.  School   Report.  The following is the standing of  classes in order of merit for Jan. 1897,  in the public school:  Class V.���������V. Northey, W. Bcavo, B.  Temple.  .  Class IV.���������E.   Wood,  E. Fraser, E.  Knowlton.  Glass III.���������K. Allen, F. Fraser, C.  Wood.  Class IL���������P. Thompson, E. Hamilton, D. Allen.  PrimerII.���������D.Morgan, C. Turmos,  M. Edwards.  Primer I.���������R, Caillie, II. Toombs, W.  Wood.  THE NILE EXPEDITION  A BRITISH   MINISTER  GIVES   A-  SIGNIFICANT  WARNING   TO  FRANCE.  She Will no Longer be Allowed to Interfere With the British Rule iu  Egypt Through the Court of Cassation���������The Prince of Wales Appeals  for the Hospitals���������Dr. Nansen Entertained by the Royal Society. >  (Special to The  Herald.).  London,   Feb. 5���������Some   important  statements   were made today  in the-'  House   of   Commons   on   tlie vote   of  $3,991,010  for  the   expenses   of    the  recpnt Anglo-Egyption expedition  up-  the -Nile.   Sir   Michael   Hfc-ks-Beach  referred to the decision of the  Egyptian mixed Court of Appeals in   refusing to allow the Fonde Giisse of the  Egyptian   debt  to lie used,- to defray  the expenses referred to, thus compelling  Great  Britain   to   advance   the-  '  money required.   The   Chancellor  of"  tlie Exchequer declared that the conrf  had thus created an "abs.ird position,"  adding that next year a great, question  would  arise  regarding   the    court's'  powers  andJ whether " it  should     be-  allowedto interfere   in   these   affairs,. '���������  The   main   cause  of   the    prolonged  British  occupation * is   that    France  especially never allowed Great"Britiar,  a free hand in   Egypt.    Involuntarily  retiring - from;- that, country,. France ���������  threw upon Great Britain the "whole  responsibility for the safety of _Jgypl.. -.  The !government' believe   that, their .  policy inEgypt is right and'--will  nut-  be forced out of it by. hindrances and ���������  diffic'ultiesiiuch as the refusal of money  '���������':��������� LoNDokrJFeb. 6.^-The Pri*ice,of W'ales '  has   instigated   the .pnblication'-of si'>'"  long letter-explaining tlie royal wishes- .  regarding 'the   Queen's Jubilee.' . He  says that the Queen,'having "desire- ���������'  to express any - preference   regarding  the  national  commemoration of. the .  Jubilee, he is disposed to appeal for' n..  national subscription in behalf of the  hospitals. . :     .  Dr. Nansen was entertained by  the ���������  Royal   Society's  club  last   night and  received a tremendous ovation..  -OH-WHAT-A-SURRRISEI-  Sir   Richard   and   Mr.     Davies     Find.  "Things not Quite as They   Expected.  Washington. Feb. ��������� Sir Richard  Cartwright and Hon. Mr. Davies were  introduced to Secretary Olney today  by the British Ambassador. The.  Canadian commissioners expressed  themselves as greatly surprised at the  agricultural schedule, as outlined iit  the morning papers.  THE STAR  FAMINE   FUND.  Touched $23,000 Yesterday  and   $13,00  Came in Small Sums in One   Hour.  Mon'ireal, Feb. 5.���������Hie Star's Indian Famine Fund turned 323,000 this  morning. $1,300 in small subscriptions  came in inside of an hour this morning. The letters covering the remit  tances are strongly British in feeling.  HEALTH OF   HIS . HOLINESS.  Pope Leo Found in a State  of  Uncon-  ' ' '. : sciousness in His Chair.  Rome, Feb. 0.���������Despite of the statements of the physicians to the contrary. Pope Leo was found lying unconscious on the back of a chair yesterday, and was only restored by inhaling ether. This attack was the  gravest which his Holiness has suffered during the past two years.  OUR NORTHERN   DESPATCHES.  Reduction of   Freight   Rates   on   Produce Between Edmonton and Kootenay.  Edmonton, Feb. 3.���������T.irto, Minister  of PublicjWoiks, wiied re bridge tonight asking is the town prepai-ed to  put up the $25,000. Of coui-sc the  reply will be yes.  The C.P.R. have just brought out a  greatly reduced tariff between heie  and Kootenay.  Blair, Minister of Railways, favorably considers our request that no  time extension be granted the C. & E.  railway unless they hind themselves  .to likewise extend to Edmonton.  M  1  h  i  1 I  * &  H  _ s  S-1  t  I-  t  1    - is
Revelstoke   Herald
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SATURDAV.       FEB.   (j,
Th:; Mail Driver Tied Up His Load
for the Night as Usual, But the
Fort Steele Bag Disappeared���The
Thief Captured
Tliu Fort Steele mail was robbed at
���\Vasa, on Sunday morning between
the hours of 12 and I a.m. The letter
sack was enclosed in a large sack
which therobber carried into the brush
about 300 yards from the wagon where
it was ripped open and the letter sack
taken awuv by the robber. He was
trailed to Fort Steele, and raptured
within six hours after ho had committed the robbery. The robber proved to lie Alexander M. Leitch, who has
reoided lit Fort SI eels for some months.
His record has not been what itsluuilil
be and if reports aie true, be ha?
turned several I ricks that would have
placed him behind the liars. Suspicion
was turned towards.Leitch on account
of several supposed-forgeries that have
been committed, also the breaking into a building, and robbing a till. lie.
has lieen suspected of committing
these acts, though nothing could be
moved. We also learn that lie was
caught, tapping a 1 ill at Wasii. Constable Games has been watching him
lor some time, and in 20 minutes after
the arrival of the stage had captured
his man, and recovered $1,100 suppos-
to have been stolen from the mail,
now I IK inn rr.
About 1 o'clock on Saturday night
he broke into the slable of G, Levett.
saddled and stole a hoise. and went lo
Wosa. lie succeeded in getting the
mail pnuch.n lid returned to Fort Steele,
where he turned the horse loose, took
the mail pouch to his house and went
through the sack and letters at his
leisure, enjoying it comfortable lire
supplied by tho letters stolen, and as
is supposed, getting the sum of !_il.lU0
in cash, destroying every letter that
was in the pouch after gcl.tina what
money they contained. The officers
upon searching his house found tlie
iron attaehirc'nts to the mail sack in a
stove in which everything was burned,
also a watch in a registered package. A
large sum of money has been expected
on the; late mails, which did not arrive,
parties have boon closing several
mining deals, and one directed
that Si,000 in crash be sent him.
This is piobably the money taken
from the prisoner. Several "cheque''
amounting to four or live thousand
dollars should also have been
on this mail, also money and cheques
to other parties. In all it is estimated
...Auat__about.__.six oii_ eight���thousand
dollars in cheques and nioiicy
were iu the mail. 11 i.s piobable that
all the cheques are destroyed. This is
the first time ir. the hUtory of the dis-
irict that in attempt has been made
lo rob the mail and the eflieient manner in which Ine robber was captured,
i- Irghly to Hie credit of Constables
Edwards' and ll.n lies and their assistant-'.
Repo.-leil   by   wire   today   by The
JlKKALB'i) correspondent:
Clitcten*, 'I lint tviuiM- :i Thin;; or Two���
lUocMng Ill re!-, a- Dlim i'i n- Wain ol'
lhe Cj'oi-mlilt*��� TimhO I'm' .Mile* by a
Dr. Wilcox caught a shark nul Ions
.lSo in lhe ault' near (Ji'iivc- City. Flu.,
which itave liini a vcrv interes'In ,
and exc-itlns lisht beloiv he captured
It. The iliiclur is a ureal lislici uiiiu-aial
lhe aliiinciaiKe and .in-al varlt-iy ol'
tlie fish mi this pari ul Hie ��� nasi ftlw
lilm all lhe iiiiiuseiiii'til ni'i-ileil in that
line. (-'Me ureal trouble lie lias In c-u.i- with in lislilnc; in the pn'-s mi llio
gull' in I lie shark, as tln-y take 111:'
be.-U ball, and yi-iicriilly his liouk and
must nf the line, s.iys the l-'loi Ida
Tiriii-,' of that trouble, he firueured
u shark hook and liL'ty I'allmins ol' r��\iu
stumble for the business, anil on Wednesday droppeil anchor at his favorite
Ki'Miini! just outside of Stump pass
He fastened one end nf. his rope to lhe
must, baited his hook with a couple
of mullet ami threw it over, Ahnort
before the Imuk reached the bottom tho.
lope began paying out rapidly. The
doctor caughl un to the rope, but his
wuicrht did not .sin]*, its headway at all-
and when the time was all out the
boat���a twulve-lool skiff���began lo
dray: ihe anchor-
As* tho lish was. heading: for Lhe bay.
die doctor hauled i nthe anchor, lliinlc-
iny tile !ish would go inside, when- i:i
shallow wilier he could more easily
capture it. Iiy the tune, however, be
had got (he anchor in and cleared llio
deck for uclimi the lisli changed its
course and -started down the pass for
the open sea. It kept ie lhe pas still
near ihe outer bar, when it crossed
the reef where the water wits only
about live feel deep, and on which a
heavy sea was rollinc*. The boat was
{.ohr-r like a thing of life, and the doc-
mi doe*, not know whether the swells
rolled over the boat or the boat dived
linilei the swells, but he does know
Ihe boat Idled and everything except
the'.anchor was lloalmg'. He caught a
bail bucket just as iL was going ove:'-
Iioard, and when the boat gnl into
deep and smooth water he beyan lhe
double duty of bailing and divesting
himself of su<"-h raiment as would be a
liiiidralice  in   a "long   swim.
He son relieved the boat of must of
the water, and lhe lish not shou i'lg
any sii-ii of changing its course, he be-
r-an lo take in I be situation. In going ovi-r the reef lie saw iL was lively
large sbiiik. and. wuiulnur just such a
specimen, the doctor, uho is a line;
swimmer, and all-around athlete, determined he as nuld stay in the rat e
and tnisi to lurk. The lish never
changed its course or slackened its
speed till il gone about lour miles
ill the gulf, w hen it began to -show*
signs of weakening and commenced to
circle ;iiomul The doctor then began
to take In* slack whenever he could,
using the anchor as a windlass. After
an hour of the baldest work lie succeeded in gelling tlie shark near
i Hough to the beat "to u--e his pistol
on il. He unloaded a 'H-i-aliher Smith
& yVo:-.''on in us head, under the effects
nf w bic-h   it gave i,p.
Looking- over lhe boat he found his
sheet ropes broken. th" sail loi"i.
^blocks gone, toi-elhtr witii one of hi*-
oais, and he four mile*, from shore,
with tlie wind olf the land and the- tide
running out. He had he..-,. j,_ik.-d
uruimd till he wa^ sore, brumc-il and
tiled, but bis onlv chance was to work
with one oar send tow that shark m
as to hold his own til! the t_!<le tumid
which he did, reaihmg home ju.-t !',-,-i
l.uui s after lie had hooked cho 'jsh
11 measured 11 fi ot 1 inch's in l--iiitu
and 47>* ,)i-)ii:,d the bod;, Hv i.-
of tilt *-poite.l oi k-ojiard \ an--*./ :.: I
a viciou-'-l.lokini Miuiiiii'ii. T.i t
species is. Mini to be vmy dang- io���-
and i.-__ia)Oa,--SC'iii^uj*--HiiJa-.r_i'iirL-uf-^LliK
and recognized lilm. and. backing up
to him, had stuck about a foot of its
tall up against Ills leg as an invitation
for   him   to  go   lishlng again.
'���Center Star	
Crown loitit..  .  -
���Celtic  Queen..
I :,tuibi iilge	
I 'niilliinlldi'r	
lLx-r I'.uk	
Evening Star.   ..
Good  Hope	
IIAttic Brown.  ..
Vx Inn Mask	
J inperW	
Le Hoi	
Mcnte OhHsto
j .oxi.oo"
..$   ."iOi-,U-/>    $7.7.1
. 'l.fKjO.IX'O Hi
MugWU-Yl'l.           L(W.'X-Ki 1.1
���iioiiiw ..'     ~.:*iw) -n
Ivovrfu--  \.umui 10
Dn-iii.-i.t n��v !���>
'���pi.ii *.������".       ���-(m ''J
'Unit !!oiinUiliVwtt'..  l.KXI.OOO 12
Uo,.-U.HlRedMt.    .   J.IW0,.��> ��������>
it)   K                         ���   ������   1-'-"XV XX i :���!
SilveHiie.".::.:       ��WI J**,
St   Elmo    1,(��0,0(X1 J2
tSU'n.winder ^.   l.tKXJ.IXXI >,,
Southern   <Jros*-   and
Wolverine          -VA0O0 2.
v._ Virginia       :*V.W) 1��
MWarEwgle      -      -      300,00f> L-��
*\Vc**-t     Le   Hoi and
J�����.i,.       Midi)
The above stocks are all ol a par
value of yLIXI. (except Le Iloi.S-1.lKJ),
are ftillv paid and nop assessa/LIf, (ex*
Citfiit tho'-e marked x*c) and relate U>
rprcpef'ies fully paid for and with
���pei-fact titles.
- .Ceotre Star bus no stock on the
imarken. .
These prices :i re subject to alteration
-���as per daily telegraphic communications (roai Rosiaand.
lie  1 i-lu-i!  Willi .i   IJIm ^-r..i!.r-.
FaiiU y T.*Uthi*ul, who you kr.O'.v -;..'.--
lo church tegularly ai.d h_sn't in..!
a lh- in thirty 1 ear-*. I'iatfS i!,--' *"..]-
lowing rciiaiku.i'i' folrni'* adv. num������'
n.-eordmg to tin- St. Louis Ciobe-Ue-
!no( rat
He v as out sli.iotmg. and. i,nil- --.i'-
in^' his bnii.-h. !l- 'a.-el .-;-l_,' ;..--. d ,i
pn-f ,- of bj-.,-,;d into ,l . in.ill s*r< i ii at
hi-- ','���-l. \", .e n !,.- wic-, >..rpr.* ---i i" - ,
a  ij, 11  C   -w c ,i,   .,''  limn  lic-litiiii;   f i
II."      M ,*!, Ul!l���   rah', r,/   -luoi., .
���ill    b'-    ii'ir'       I n-     "    '"I;      '
-inf.ou-M.-d   Th ir   !���    bad   n.. i i>._,   v,   l<.
I'.iy ..f n-lii��u- i.e kb i .i- ;h- ti 1,1,"
(lubnllv   1','ij. :i\    and  .1   oii.y   In    li..-.
'u  h'.iil-.  and  b*i   ,  l." c.-d.l  ea  ,lj  tu . .1
nil   lie   w.itit. ���'
WIi'Ii' tiMiij-lo i ���,'������',-,e u |.nn f..| ii..-
i.iplutu ol -. no ,1 the Imiiii Hi, ���,-. r -
t!"in:in ii'.tn a m uuiie te ������ l>: _��� ,.
MKike lymc ������!��� .. -iirnp -Btih li- 'I��� I
and imoi- 1I.H-H I- "-,.,0... in <t U
f.i In-'f bad inl-1 Ion a ',--,od ni.i'n >. a .
a- i.   ho \   i.\p, i:   Wl ii -Ic' -J   e.'-  i.
' ,   1< hlllg    I, OUl All.   I     .'    ili'l'-    tll'ill-.,.!'
on the _-,i'iji-, '    .Mi   Ti u!,;u! d-i- niiui
..I   in   Ii1.    it,   lied,   pi  l.i;,..      h'-i      ' .'_.
caiii.oii'-l.v   to     a-   -111111)1.   he   -_,>-j.iil    I
tin- ��� iiakf oy   th.   i,ul
'I be 1.1,1. I: M,, K. .���ii.I.-l.'lv did r
und-i.-t.iii I ,���' 'ii>,i jo-i . .-
���' .llili d of ll'rn .nil to- .-i/lu. . p '
���ll'U-r le- ]i,id be, ii .-.,'i-,.il ml.'*, t Jt al- i-
in. fon"fi.ucd In.iiM-ii .ind --ifiiiMi nt.d
hi-fi    to   -ct    -iii.iy.      liul    ' r. id'     3 -
SO.ike    .-.pied    ,i    lug    Itool     j'<|i.,^    o IL
ftom   b. loud  .i  -tola    ..nd, id     ..  ;i,,    .
th-    l-l.til.     (I.II led/ oIP    ,nid    -      ,-.     |    -|    .
fit'i in ill loom il Th- iii-i in* ��� I-
Hi,ike   gr.l'ibid    th"   fl-t|l    Mi       I' ,<i, .
1- M tn.. f-nak" h\ H" l.i-l. puled . t. I
l.iide.l hli (lout, tin' I. nine; gv
us - - ,iiii a-; it wai haul-d o':l oa the
I .,!��� "
The    ncM     I   ii,e    h-     -ill   I,     in,-     -lil'l--
i;i|o Hi- wnti i r -'i "On .1 to e.nde'-
."O.ii'i .'"li.i- e li.i \ a- '.',.i).l<-l .in.I
\iiy 7"nin   ��t   '*     !   riiinibt!   Itfii,!      Hv
the tin,.,* i o if 11 t. 'ilf b' ' -l
t.'l.en    Hi.     Hi.ilp     li.itl   el-.lri'd    lilt"   ti.-
- j i,i I Pi it i -I - ;i' I- -i ,i ml ot t le- i on it .-
of ii,:   hum   If ivb-v   I,   I  '..'.lined   wilh    ��_U.-rM      trli   kb      ���>>,���  I      f:,|l\      I'llll-    ll'll|U,
-nd. ii'il f.i'ine; lor b.. |. i llio
sn.ii^' go '4tttli'-ti tt 0(. hi-i fi.-h and
wc-rt  bom.
If was about a \v'.'"k lal.-r" ib.ii ,\l��.
Trtilbfiil lmssed by the .:(lll| wbi-ie lie
had .i.-a pi il red lhe livuit and. while h.;
was standing on (In- i.-ank io'tking i/J.
ihe sp-.'.'.-'l'Jed beamies as' Ltwy.. yiarl/'-I
Ihrough ill" elear water lie felt soni.e-
Ihlnf*' rubbing bis lejr. Lnoking down
he was mirp-'isod io see his old friend
the black-snake.    The snalie had seen
J'ccultui'   in     lis    Al i-l bod-   of   <*n|tl lirlng
Alan or l'1-b I'm   looil.
Tilde is little in Ihe animal kingdoi-.i
that can look so dead and be no much
ullve us a Lioeodlle. Tin- number ol
im.-uispceUn:. pcrsmii who have taken
liiin Jin- a Ins and have tall-d lo. dU-
< over I In-li' lalsUike itntll li was -.on
late in be of any liim-llt to tbcti' ivlll
never be known, says the Now fork
Ale-rein v.
In tun-lent limes, several years prior
lo the l.riii->h occupation ol Kgypt,
Millie of lhe people of thill country
worshipped lh" eiocodlle us a god,
llime being nothing else llkelilm. They
fed liini mi dainties and lodged him nut
with Jewelry. Ill other parts of Kgypt,
however, the natives looked upon him
n.< ii devil. Ilium'," no liroarms. they
(lid not (ill lilm with lead, but Ihey
managed to Immobile him successfully
with hitch weapons as were fashionable
al   Ihe  time-
The crocodile H not so numerous in
lhe Nile us he was in the days of the
Kilineses laniily; ill fuel- he ralher
s-lunis the river now below the second
cataract on account of lhe annoyances
inteparable from touri-:! Iraflic. li.
seems Impossible for a tourist lo se,e a
crocodile without trying lo plug lilm
with a lovolvi-i', and to a reptile thai
ia fond of a imict life this sort of thing
is simply insufferable. lie will not
molest a man unless lie can take him
al a disadvantage, and so long as a
man docs urn unthinkingly step on
him, the ciocodilo will go his way and
calmly await his opportunity.
He feeds on lish. but for u course
dimii'i he Would rather have humanity,
black preferred, which shows that
there b, no accounting for taste even
among reptiles. Ills methods of oup-
turing large game are plural as well
ah singular. .Sometimes he will lie cm
a river haul--, partly covered m sand,
or iiiik!, itnlll an uhsenlmlncleil native
wand-is uilhin reach.. Having'grabbed his prey he (.ill waddle into the
river and there drown the straggler,
lie will then dray hi:* *, ic-lim ashore
and bury him in sand or mud and
wait lor days before he go.*ttva hini-
A Chatty I iiti-rvlcn Willi the Oli-ervanl
.b-c-i'.'piii.iii in Which lie Hive- t lis*
Allot is Ailtii'f, Plti.- it Word About the
-MiiilUliiiicilt of Call-.
"If you live in a suburban town and
want to iniuurage wild birds to visit
and li>'e about \uur hous"." the observant .K-r -yniu'i sa>s, "you cannot
make advance.', io tbum 'in a better
w_y than by planting a white mul-
beiry  tiv-  and   :tboii."hmg  cats.
"The Ci-t Hung to .itlend lo is to get
rlo of all tli*- eats which come about
ymii gi'oui'.ds Von van do this while
>om inulbeiry tree i-, gmwing, bur
don't lake too Ioi!_ about it. oi the
whit- mulbei'iy is or-e o,' Lite (ptickc-st
growing th". s that I know ot Origm-
all> ,t fame trom China, and was
brotiyliL to tins part ot Hie country
about. 'ilLy jt-ar.-. ago. when there,was
a ei ize toi raising- -dllcworms. Since
that tin; il ha- be"ii ,mir-h m-glecl-d,
bur lh. t-e ate i,i m> places like lay
own t'.',:c of tie- ciiiiuij- upon ihe
Shu v.,bury Fti'-m. .vh-i- >t has found
a i migi-nia! i nil aud climate, and n-n.
Sri'.vii   v :!,i
' T Ik." - '-n.- whit- tauli -ny tree. Fivi
.*.-.-ti-xi..-��� ��� .' onlv ain.ui .si\-,ft--t
t.-ii; -. th a Li-i;rk u >t m-iger than a
b--.,o],. :i, k. T.-da\ it e; thirty t"-:
t^.1'     in .   it.-'  hat'.dsnnie   g'nbular   b-'td
.aag=*..*r-.|.,_    t���r- ���;     ol^a'IOUi.      I W "II L.V-iiVg"
f"-t I' :-: .i pi -;r ti-,.., v n)i its shiny
l-.iV"' --"���! ,t~ c'o--. i".,li.-._.-,.. a.j.' mak.-
r> =b-:i-! - ��.ir-h thv bird- b.v.-- bat it
1: w!-. n tie fiui; i.j,��i,.. th-it th- ti��"
Im'ih..'- :b" '< in_ri"'t ilir.wlng alti.ce-
t:.-n I...- tli-n*. Tpr. .(,, t (, ahr.i.r thre-
��� I'eiii'i '.ii-i.e I, inr.g aie! rii.iwki-, !y
-'"''. '   '���"   ' '..   i.i:*,!'.'n   -..',.-!��� .   mi;   th- re
!* ''"   '       . ���     I. .t  :���,'/   .,.,.     .,*'   ,.,_i    .-.,-. .jU
r.'>'.��      '. P<S  'hi-    P.- .,.,_  r      Tv-��
r.-b,! 1 ' -..11 1-. - ������;��� .,.nl|I ./,)-_. i", !��� ^
>���.:.!.    lie,   ��� I .... i    tie ,     '.V-..    h '   :J t
b' ��� ii <���   o   -��   '���   ��� :   <>     i���i.       '... i.  ;],     ���
V ,-,Fi>   ti*',,!        ,   p 1   I M,,.    .,, -f-
So as to Allow Premier Laurier to go
to England in June���A Precedent
Established in 1893���Another Railway Scheme in Hand���The Tariff
JJTT.\W.\, l-'ebruiiry 'J.���Now that
Pniinier Laurier has been invited to
go to Kitglatid in Juno the general iin-
pres-ion is tb.'it the session ol Parliament will be short and that the Government will drop most of Us measures wilh the, exception of tliu adjustment of ihe larilV and the bills lo
aniiMid lhe civil service, accounts and
Miperaiuiiiutioii acts. In IS!).'! the Liberals acted very courteously in permitting the business of Parliament to
go 1 hrougli rapidly so as to enable Sir
John Thompson to get away to Paris
iu connection with the JBeliring Sea
111 bit ration, and with mutual concessions on both sides I here should be no
dilliculty in Premier Laurier getting
away in June.
A big 1 ail way scheme in which Ottawa may be interested was laid before
the lirst Minister by a deputation. It
is known as the Ontario Pacific and is
projected to run from Ottawa to New
York, shortening the route between
these two points by some 0,1 miles.
Capital is on hand for building tlie
road across from Corn wall and through
the Stale of New York, including a
big bridge, and is estimated lo cost in
the neighbourhood of three quarters of
a million. All they want is a re-vote
of their subsidy' through Canadian
territory, which had lapsed on account
of the work not proceeding within the
time specified in the contract. When
this is assured the promoters say there
will not be a day's delay in getting the
work under way. Laurier gave the
delegation the impression that lie was
with them in tho matter.
Too National Policy had a great
Held diiy before the tarill' commission
yesterday. Representatives of the oil
industry and woollen and knitted
goods manufactures presented a
strong case and asked in effect that
there be no interference with the present tariff. .Messrs. Kosamond and
Kendry, M. P.'s. headed the deputa-
lation of the woollen men, who urged
,1 coiitiuuiitice ol the present tariff on
woollens. Thoy said that 15.000 hands
wore now employed in this industry,
the annual wages paid .$5,000,000,
capital invested Sl.l.OOO.OOO. A reduction in wages must necessarily follow
a reduction in the tariff. The knitted
goods manufacturers made representations to dike purpose. Their capital
was valued at '$1,000,000, the hands
employed being -1,000, and the wages
paid $1,250,000.
The London Times' Correspondent Says
Russia's Navy is in Splendid Shape
for   Fighting���A     Fowerful    Fleet.
London, January 30.���A despatch
to the London Times from Odessa
commenting upon the military and
naval preparations on the. part of
Pussiii says: "The Black Sea lleet.
consisting of seven ironclads, as well
as cruisers, gun boats, torpedo boats
and torpedo destroyers tire constantly
kept under steam and ready for active
ser\ ice." As for the Sebastopol lleet
the correspondent at Odessa asserts
that it never was in more splendid
trim for fighting.
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The Ptemier Takes a Hand in an
Enthusiastic Meeting at Orillia���Mr.
Laurier Covers a Good Deal of
Oiur.i.iA, February 1.���Mr. Laurier
came here this afternoon from Toronto, and plunged inlo the. bye-election
campaign. He first, addressed a
crowded and enthusiastic meeting iu
tliis town in Ihe interests of Cook.- ,ln
the evening he went to Penetaiigm-
shene and addressed a second meeting
lhe train stopping on the the way at
various points .to enable him to address a lew words to the crowds at the
dili'eient stations.
Mr. 11. 11. Cook, the Liberal candidate for East Simeoe, made an important statement, which was evidently inspired, at the nomination proceedings hei*e. Speaking of the legislate programme which awaited ihe
Government at the coining session, he
declared: ������The great question of the
national Policy will also be discussed,
unci I can assure you the National
Policy will go, and the manufacturers.
Ttrx iTe*-c on nr.rjva liilTilSo-" th; e��� f arm e rsT
will be benefitted by that going." Mr.
Cook spoke with a most authoritative
air, and beyond doubt repeated official
information which he "had received
from Ottawa. '
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1-     i.;.     t!        ,    ' ,.,y    . ���
ha, _���     1.11 , 1   |,     up ,--
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Ti.   ���     II   ���     in    ii
ii-.-,   mid' r  lh     1  1' 1  1 1,1   t'i     I    ���,, '
' And do il" not di , 1 ,. , .- 1 -
> .hi 1    l.lriN '
'No. em do i I,, hen tbiil tlv, ii-i--
don- ".,H)\ b 1. II u tine tb.-il tlei-i
���ii- mm in.inv pi,,. 1 ��� ,-,1,1'n 11.,,-, ,,f
"in nalive bud- ar- bit, and Hint In
111".,', ; line pi.I' ' ' Ibi Knuli-di _*{i,i!iii\.i
abmmd. and thl- bm giv.ii ns- in -i
In lid that Un mlmr lib.1 hue In ��� ,,
rti l-,"ii .iw-iv le Hum In,1 I b;i\" n-'. r
seen Hi- n.Hive blub umM.d i,v th" n.
Oi, my littl- |il,u ������ tie v all ,xim in-
!*������ thei in bin ino'iy. The inhiiln.i a if.
more 'iiiiirill-lsoine . limn. Ilm. Kngli.-sh
sparrows. I believe 'thai if careful nii-
fii-rvulioh were innde.'-lt .would be found
that where lhe native birds disappeared, it was the result of ntliei- can.;"..,
and thai, the Hnglish sparrows remained ���������liiipiy . lii.'riniKi! Ihey do nci. mhiil
thing!-' which would drive all lhe wild
klrty far^o.   i:tu.-i>i'i ������j'd cats (.ml laci.*
Will Co-operate With Canadian Cities
in the Diamond Jubille Celebration-
Foster   Going West���Other  News.
Wivvn-Kt-,, rVbnmrv 2.���.\l a
meeting ot lhe City Council a
tesofiilion wa- p;i.s-cil to lhe elTet't
that ilm City ol Winnipeg would co-
iirieraie with other Canadian cities in
duly celel.inting lhe diamond jubilee
of Her Aliijesty.
HOVI hit  .KlI'.'S Till;   Pilot f.SSION.
Moii. (J. K. Foster, ex-Finance
Mini-tc-i. 11, in Hie eiiy en loul.e to the
Korli-nay gold fields.
Trie  'larifl   Commissioners   will   sit
here 011 February 8.
Rev. ('. \V. Got don. of I his city, has
et'ii-ou  the vail  of the  Prcsbyleiv al
-Vel-on, Rnti-li Coliimliia.
A Timeiy Growl From Grovcr--Hc
Will Veto lhe Immigration Bill and
Decent   People   Will    Approve   It.
WA-filM'T'-.v, Felini.uv '>. Pic-si-
eeol f 'If. eland will ' v,.|,, t|���,
Immigration Uill. He lolc] Sennlot
I'.ilttiel- on Saliiid.iy of bjs inleiition
in return lhe bill without lii-approval,
fie said   if, w.ii  ,in   infiimou-i  nieasoie
'���pirating families and parting
husband and wife.
Tho Sennlc Comiiiit.tce on Foreign
Relations after   consideration   of   the
\r bilration Treaty between tilt!
f ni(ed Stale'i anil (Jrcal Ibifnin
agreed 10 repnii it, favoiu ablv ivith
aifiendinenls. The coinmii.tec 'was in
session Unci, bonis, at the conclusion
ol" which it ad joitrnecl after having
.igtoed by an almost unanimous vole
to recommend the ratificalions or the
treaty with amendments. All but two
of these amendments are merely
The home rule measure odored Cuba
bv Spain is warmly commended by
Havana newspapers.
Ottawa, Feb. L���At yesterday's
meeting of the Cabinet it was decided
to call Parliament-together for the
despatch of business' on Thursday,
March 11. A formal order in council
to that effect will bo [passed in a day
or two.
Parliament, will meet March 11 lb.
Mr. C. S. Lott went north on this
morning's train.
The McMaster stock in Toronto sold
for 75._; cents on the dollar.
Removal of quarantine i.s causing
activity in Ontario cattle trade.
Incorporated by Act ot Parliament, 1S55
Paid up Capital     -  . $2,000,000
Rest Fund   .     .     -    1,375,000
Head Office���Montreal
John IT. li. Molson, President
S. II. Ewing, Vice-President
W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald
Samuel Finlev    W.M.Macpherson
J. P. Cleghorn
F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Managpr
A. D. Durnford,  Inspector
II. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector
The hank receives on favourabl.
terms the accounts of individuals, firms,
bankers and municipal and othe
Interest  allowed    on    deposits    at
current rates.
English   and   American    exchange
bought andsoltl at lowest rates.
Aylmer, Ont.
Brockville, Ont.
Calgary, Altn.
Clinton, Out.
Exeter, Ont.
Hamilton, Ont,
London, Out.
-Ueaford, Ont.
Montreal, P. Q.
St. Catharine
St. Branch.
Norwich, Out.  ,
Ottawa, Ont.
Owen Sound, Ont.
Ridgetown, Ont.
Smiths Falls, Ont
Sorel, P. Q.
St. Thomas, Ont.
Toronto, Ont.
Trenton, Ont.
Waterloo, Ont
Winnipeg, Man '
Geo. C   MeG-peg'OP Mgp
aviivxhi'i-'m isitiNCH
T. 6. Phepoe. Mana_rer
Extracts trom JliningLaws of liritiah Columbia
1. Any person over 18 yenrs of ngc or any
loint stock conipiuiy, or foroifjn companr. can
obtain u free iniucr'-s ccrtitlcalc. lor ono or
more years, paying u fee of S5.C0 for ctich year.
2. A free cnn'at.'uny tbno obtain a
certillcato commencing to rnn at tho expiration
of his then existing ceniflcato, by paying the
icRiilnr fco and producing such existing
3. A frco miner's cciiillcatc i8_nol_tran8fer__
I. Any pcr>on or joint stock company,
mining or working on a mineral claim
without having; mken out a froo minor's
coriilicnto in liable to pay a penalty not
exceeding S25, unci costs.
j. No person, or joint stock company,
can hold any right or interest to or iu niiy
mineral claim, unless ho or it shall have a fieo
minor's certificate unexpired.
Should any co-owner fail to keep up his fne
miner's con ideate, his interest becomes vested
in his co-owners, - "   a
A shareholder in a joint stock company need
not be a frco miner.
0. A freo minor, during - llio continuance of
his cortilloate, but no longer, 1ms llio right to
enter, locate, prospect and iiitno upon any
waste lands of tho Crown, for all mineralH
other Hum coal.......     ��;. ....=....-:,.-.���.������..
7. A frco miner may hold not moro'than "tie
mineral clnini on the mimo voin or lode,
except by purchase.
8. A freo minor limy kill gnmc for his own
lite while prospecting or mining.
I). A fruo minor shall have all the rights ami
privileges granted to froo miners by Llio
"I'liicer Mining Act."
10 A frco miner's Internal In Iiii mineral
olalin���savo as tocla'ms held as real estate-
Is a chutlel interest. ���
: 'I.OC.lTlN'fl   -MINHKAI. (TJIIMS.
1. A mineral claim must, not exceed 1,,'iOfJ
fust in li.nglh by i;fl(j0 Jeet in lircodlli.
2. All anglesjnust bo right angles.
:t. Tho clii'm must bo marked by two legal
pohts, numbered land 2, filaecd as nearly
��s poasiblo on the lino of the) lodo or
vein, and not moro than 15C0 foot apart.
I. A local post, inarked 'Discovery Post"
inuHt also bo placed on the lodo where it wa
fi. Tho lino from 1 to 2 must be distinct!/
marl'ed. by blazing trees, cutting iiiiderbriit>b,
or planting posts.2
(I. I.icallOTis Hindu on Runday. or any public
holiday, arc not for that reason invalhl.
\,f KTln.iDIST. CHUHC'II -_ ItevelBtoko.
���i'-1' I'miiohlng services at II n.m. and 7:.'iD
p.m. (.'la's meeting at tho clou; of lhe
morning corvine, sabbath h-ehoo! and Illblo
RIiwh at 2;.'W p.m. Weekly prnycr meet'ng
every AVfdnesriay evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho
public arc cordially Invited.   Seats free.
11EV. J. A. AVOOI>, Pastor.
-t     Hervicc   pvcry   Stinrtny   evon'mg   at   7:30
p.m.    r.iii'o  01 ins  at   L':.'a   p.m.,  to  which
all aro welcome-
51. GKDDE?'.' B. i:A'.. Missionary.
I'roBchlrig   services   every   Sunday at
11 a.m. and 7:.10p m.
REV. F. YOLLANP, Rector.
������A- stoke. JIass every Sunday morning
at 10:30 a.m.
are now being used by railroad
men, miners, lawyers, preachers,
doctors, lecturers, ranchers, farmers,
clerks, book keepers, writers,
managers, and in fact men in ail
all stations of life are using Simpson's Kidnev Tills.
The same
ma\J be said
of Women.
All delicate "iris and women, who
are]in any way suffering from that
dead-tired-gone-feeling, and used
up condition of the system use
Simpson's Kidney Pills.'
They contain a new ingredient,
that no other pill does and for that
reason they act in a .way no ,oth<;r
remedy can.
For a Tonic and Blood Purifier there
is no remedy to equal
Priee 50c, a box
six boxes
CALGARY. *,'-<��������� I. T',(".  vs  ^  FROM ENGLAND  LATEST HAPPENINGS IN OLD  LONDON  No'Mercy'for Lady Scott���������A Theatrical  Item���������Irish Landlords���������Dr. Nansen  Expected.  London', January '!(>.���������Serious things  threaten the Government in the revolt  of Irish landlords. At the annual convention of landlords m Dublin, on  Wednesday last, a letter was read  from the Duke of Abercorn, which  staled "tholiindlordsare MtlVei'ing most  from the present unjust administration of law," and the Marquis of Lon-  donderiv sltited the Government bill  of 1SU0 aggravated the hardships and  meantonlv ruin to Ireland, as tending  "to force fully the expatriation of the  land owning classes, leaving the pauper  proprietorv absol.itelv without capital." The Duke of Abercorn and  other speakers demanded the appointment of a Royal commission to iutj uire  into the matter.  Dr. and Mrs. Nansen arc expected to  reach London on the evening of Wednesday, Februarv 3rd, and at Queens-  borough will be met by Mr. Scott  Keltic, secretary of the Koyal Geographical society. On arriving in town  .Dr. Nansen will at once proceed to Sir  George Baden-Powell's residence,  where the explorer and his wife stay  as guests dining their visit to London.  The explote.r will be feted by- various  societies and the nobility.  The Daily Mail, in its theatrical column', announces that every English  company in America this season has  been a financial failure. At this the  Mail rejoices on the ground that owing  to their past big success, the managers  hero are gradually producing plays  with their eyes fixed on 'America and  London is iti danger of becoming simply a feeder for New York.  It- is evident there will be no commutation of the sentence of eight  month's imprisonment imposed on  Lady Scott for libelling her son-in-law,  Earl Russell. EarlCadogan and other  ot her friends sought to obtain her release, but have "failed to shake the  Home Secretary's decision not to set  - her at liberty.  The latest thing in cntet taining is a*  gridiron partv. The- originator was  Mrs. Duncombe. daughter of Mrs.  Archibald Stuart Wortley," and form-  urlv an actress, whose stage name  was Nellie Brombley. The Prince of  Wales was among Mrs. Duncomhe's  guests and showed .the keenest interest while the grilling of his cutlet'was  proceeding. , ' The dining room was  transformed for the occasion into a  grill room and the chef dispensed fillets and cutlets cooked on silver grills  to a gathering of smart people.  RUMOURS   OF  TROUBLE  CHRISTIANS      MURDERED     AT  HERAKLION  PREMIER LAURIER  Christians Plundered by Armed Bands  of Mohammedans���������Official Intervention Called For���������Warships Sent to  tbc Scene of the Outrages  London, Feb. I.���������A despatch to the  Daily News fioin Athens, dated Sunday," says serious news has been  received from lleraklion. It is slated  that Christians were murdered on  Thursday while outside the gates of  that city, and armed bands of Mussulmans leave Un; town daily for tin;  purpose of plundering mid burning  villages of Christians. The despatch  adds that these outrages are evidently  in accordance with hints received  from Constantinople. The situation  was considered so- serious that the  foreign consuls wired the Governor  General of Canea calling for the adoption immediately ot the strongest  measures looking to the protection of  the people. Foreign win ships are  now arriving at lleraklion with a view  of offering protection to the Christians  there.  JIM   CORBETT  Closes His Theatrical Engagement and  Will Go Into Training as Soon as  Possible.  Chicago, December 31.���������.lames Corbett has closed hi* theatrical engagement in this city aud will leave at once  for Kansas City, where he closes his  season, lie then goes to San Francisco  to begin training. His sojourn on the  coast will be a brief one, not more  than a week. As soon as the fighting  location in Nevada is announced. Corbett will seek an advantageous spot  in proximity to the battle ground.  Delaney. White. McVeyand Corbett's  brother will be Jim's trainers.  The Dominion election petitions in  Westmoreland and Kent have been  dismissed. Costigan and Knabe, of  Carlton, the latter case .being now  under consideration, are now the only  opposition members under protest.  INVITED     TO     THE      QUEEN'S  DIAMOND  JUBILEE  So Says Official Authority���������Canadian  Government is Asked to Send Over  Military Detachments, Mounted  Police   Included  LoNiiti.s", January 30.���������I have oflicial  authority io slate that the Queen,  through lion, Joseph Chamberlain.  Secretary of Stale for the Colonies,  has invited Hon. Wilfrid Laurier.  Frontier of Canada, and the oilier  Colonial Premiers of lhe British Umpire to visit London this summer as  statu guests with their suites and to  attend the diamond jubilee eelohra-  lions on June "_0Lh. .The Canadian  Government is also being asked to  send detachments of the permanent  and local military forces to England  ineludintr, if possible, a party of the  Notth West Mounted Police, to take  part in the military pageant of the  empire. Chamberlain made a full  statement ou the subject in the House  of Commons todav.  RESTRICTIONS   TAKEN   OFF  UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT  REMOVES THE QUARANTINE  RESIGNED  Davis Sends in His Resignation as the  Member for West Prince Albert���������  Believed He Didn't Want to Fight  McPhails Protest. ,   .  West Prince Alhert. January 30.  ���������Mr. Davis stated last night that he  bad tendered bis resignation of oflice  to the Speaker of the House of Commons. A gentleman who witnessed  Davis signature to the document confirmed his statement. The exact reason for this step is not given but it is  generally understood to mean that  Mr. Davis declines to light the protest  against bis election lodged by bis brother Liberal, Mr., which prays  that not only should Davis be unseated  but disqualified.  It is rumoured that Cecil Rhodes is  prepared to innke grave charges  against President Kruger.  Premiers.of the colonies of the empire have been invited by Her Majesty  lo attend her jubilee on June '2.0.  On Canadian Cattle Sunday Night at 12  O'clock���������Preparing for the Opening  in Toronto���������Large Shipments Will  Be Placed in the Market   Monday.  Toronto. January 30.���������Theie was a  good deal of activity in the cattle  yards hero today as the result of nn  announcement that the United  Government would remove the  quarantine restrictions against Can  iidian cattle Sunday nightal midnight.  In preparation for the event there tire  already some 2."> car loads of butcher's  cattle anil stockers ready to send  across the line. These will be rushed  forward Sunday night io reach  BiilTaloin time for Monday's market.  It is likely that a prolitabhi trade will  be done also by shipping Canadian  -stockers to the other side to fatten in  the southern pastures, this having  been found to be beneficial to cattle.  THE TARIFF  Sugar and Cotton  Manufacturers Press  Their  Views.  Ottawa, January 30.���������Representatives of the Canadian sugar refining  interests were given a private hearing  before the tariil' enquiry here today  and urged that the present duty of  half a cent per pound on raw material  and one and a quarter, cents per pound  on refined sugar be maintained.  The interests at Vancouver. Halifax  and Montreal were represented.  Cotton manufacturers representing an  investment of S15.000.000, said any  reduction in the tariff would ruin  them. The market had been poor for  two years back, on account of  American competition and they would  like ii charge of live per cent more  protection on liner lines to ent'ir into  the manufacture of dress e,ouds and  yarns.  ���������. ������������������   Activity in the cattle trade Is reported from Toronto.  General Russell A. Alger has accepted the portfolio of war in IheMc*  Kinlcy cabinet.  e rierchant's Hotel  lllecillewaet, R. C.  This hotel I ins ..list been renovated throughout, and is now  lirst-clifs in every respect. Gootl accommodation. Best  Wines, Lii.uors ami Cigars at the liar.  Peterson & Lappan, Proprietors  Columbia House  Tlie Largest, Hotel in Town.  Centrally Located.  Best Accomodation.  St. Leon  Hot .Springs, on  Upper Arravr  Lake, run in connection.  Rales SLOO Per Day.     ���������     Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke. '  The Only First CJass Hotel}  in Revelstoke is the  VICTORIA*'  C. Edwards,. Proprietor  The '���������havseed" bull given by Robert  McKerniin in Pa'rrish's luill on Tues-  dav night-was one of-the immense  things of the season. About 175 people were present from town and coun-  i,rv. Evervbody was characterized a  "havseed"'*bv having a bunch of hay  for "a bouquet. Dancing was kept up  rill 5 o'clock the next morning.���������South  Edmonton Plaindcaler.  Wholesale detileis in  pints a  The-  .evelstoke  Semi-  Weekly'.  o ��������� ���������  Agents-! for  J. W. Karn Co.'s Pianos, and tlie Gould Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated  Bicycles.  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  OUU   GC "PICS   each issue, giving  a circulation ol. 1000 weekly.  .   An ad in TUB HERALD  will reach the  .people of West Kootenay.  Latest   telegraphic news from all points j  up to  the point of issue. '��������� ,   Subscription, $2.00 o Year  Invariably in Advance .._ ,.,  Out* Job Department uw_n equipped.'w_  print everything, and do it iu first class style  as we have the best of workmen, presses, type  aud stock.       Give us a trial job. '.-   "  Special Attention to EQHIli ORDERS  JOfiriSOrl  &  PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, B.C.  Proprietors  and' '���������'���������  Publishers.  s^s^^^gg^s^aESgas^^^^MS^smaa^mas^ss^^ms^s^^sssasss^Bs^siss^E^BSBss^ss  __________S___J_S__KSESSEfflE_t____afflflEK  >S_ES________������  **,  Tne fast growing centre,of NORTH KOOTENAY  or in���������  The centre of the LARDEAU MINES  BUY LOTS AT ONCE  If you intend to purchase as your field of choice diminishes daily  For Lots Apply  e Agent     I  i."-:  MM  i -V i'  4 M  <% v.  ���������Hi l-  ��������� 3 "--���������  ���������  i  AV-*  ���������   t\  i iC  Jtcuelafoltc ||)cralil  I-JIbvelst-ike, B. C, I'Vbrtiary  li,   ISO".  L06AL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  ..An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and-General  Items Round  and  About  Revelstoke.  -Mrs. O. Xellcs. or lllecillewaet,  is in  stown the guest of Mrs. Temple.  Mrs. J. Simmons mid Miss Kingdom,  . of .Roger's Pass, are  visiting in   lown  Unlaw  * Tin-: MiiitAl.n will be kept for sale  ;^_('has. .1. Aman's bookstore*, or P. It.  '.Veils1., gents1 furnishings' store~post  O'i'u-e.  The i.-.difs of'the Roman Catholic  i-I'iircli are gelling up a concert, which  will lie given iu Ronnie's Hall on the  l-i'Ut.  Mr. Olios. A. landmark, of the firm  of O. B. Hume & Co., will leave on  Monday on a business visit to Roger's  Pass and other points on the main line.  * For investment', saving or borrowing. The Equitable Loan and Building  Society, of Toronto, offers splendid  opportunities. For particulars apply  to Sibbald ic Pease.  TThoTtosslander of the 2nd. does Tin?  II i-'kai.d the honor of copying about  a quarter of a column of iis locals  under tho head of Revelstoke items  without acknowledgement.  Mr. H. N. Coursier is out with a  calendar for 1807 to which considerable local character is given by views  printed at the head from photographs  of Revelstoke's main street and the  Trail smelter. '  Mr. AV. Short, a rising young barrister of Edmonton, returned from a trip  through tho south country yesterday  brimful of enthusiasm over the enormous possibilities looming up in the  near future for this country.  After considerable search for a first  class dressmaker up to the requirements of this place, Mr. II N. Coursier  . secured the services of Miss Lodge of  Toronto, who is now installed in  charge of the dressmaking department of his store,and who is thoroughly competent to give satisfaction in  this'line.  Before leaving for Victoria Mr.  Kellie, M.P.P., told the Herald that  he. thought the long dispute as to the  ownership- of this town sile would  speedily be adjusted on a compromise  basis by which all actual owners, of  lots would get a clear title fiom the  crown and Mr. Farwell would receive  ti (latent for the balance.  Messrs. R. McKornan of South Ed.  lnonton came in on Wednesday night  with a carload of potatoes, grain, eggs  and other produce from I'Miiionton for  Sandon. Mr. Mi-.Kernah 'has several  other carloads ready fur shipment and  is looking round for a good point to  establish a central warehouse. The  new 3o cent rate on produce from Edmonton will give the farmers up there  a better chance than ever of getting  a market in this district.  When Mr. J. M. Kellie, M.P.P., was  "-'in~Rossland~ai^dtput7itio"n"~of~"mmiiTg-  hrokers waited on him to suggest the  advisability of including a tax on  mining brokers in the License Act.  "If you can guarantee me that Ir, is not  to secure the formation of a close corporation," said Mr. Kellie, "and that  ���������mi will not cinch the public. I may be  uced to favor such a law." =  '-;1K Hkkald  wishes   to   draw  the  .   ���������ntion of tlie public to its subscrip-  1:51  for the   Indian  famine fund.  "v   :'i-sh  despatch   indicates   lhat  -���������nuv'itig i.s growing more  intense  .���������aftla-led  dUti-icls and  that   the  . of rh - --..v.iU'ge i.s widening.    One  ���������!��������� wiil ki'.-j'i a man  or  woman  in  ���������i a i'.i.nlh, five dollars   will   tide  ������������������ 'hi-m over till   the  rice crop  is  ���������.-t-i.      The   appeal    is    urgent.  -..*=��������� i little will   do so  much   it  is  -.':i the reach of all to help.  * Some really nice Trussed Chicken  at Sibbald iV. Pease's.  'The Nanaimo Mail1..has come out  with n newsy and interesting daily  issue.  Mr. A. Jukes, general .inspector of  the Imperial Bank, was iu lown this  week si'/.ing up the situation.  ���������Mr. J. I). Sibbald, of Sibbald &  Pease, returned last night from a very  successful business tour in the south  country.  ..Tun IIliliAl.n has made arrange-  inents at Donald and lllecillewaet for  correspondents, who will furnish this  paper wilh the latest news of those  towns.  The Consolidated Sable Creek Mining Company has decided to place a  further block of slock on the market  for development purposes. The stock  will be olfered at It) cenls per share.  Mr. A. K. (ioodinan was added to the  directorate.���������Vancouver News Advertiser.  The Bald Mountain Mining Co. will  meet in (Iolden on the 10th inst. lo  conclude the transfer of the property  from the promoters to the incorporated company. After the transfer,  stock will he placed on the market in  order to enable the company to push  development.  * W. A. Martel to Son, photographers, will be in town for two weeks.  Studio at Union Hotel. Cabinet  photos, $5.25. Ono.l.arge platino photo,  llxl-1, in handsome frame will be  given with each dozen cabinet photos.  All our work is guaranteed and finished in your town. Call at Studio-aud  see samples. No photos taken after  o p.m.  The Herald received a pleasant  visit yesterday from Mr. Alexander  Begg, editor of the B. C. Mining Record, a periodical, which has taken a  prominent place as an exponent of our  mining interests in this province. Mr.  Begg considers Revelstoke a point  with an excellent future before it, and  was very complimentary to the new  Semi-Weekly Hehald.  Hon. G. 15. Foster arrived from thp  east on Friday morning and registered at the Victoria Hotel. Mr. Foster  expressed a favorable opinion of the  future of this place judging from its  central position in this mining district.  He thinks that outside capital,'which  last season confined its operations to  the Trail district will this year spread  out a great deal more to outlying  points. Mr. Foster left on a business  trip to Rossland in the evening.  Mr. Chas. Molson, manager of the  Horne-Payne syndicate's mining operations in the Trout Lake country, came  up from the south on Wednesday  evening and registered at the Central.  He has had thirty to thirty-five men  at work since fall on the company's  claims, especially the Broadview and  Old Sonoma on the Great .Northern  reef and the Sunshine and Towser  on the Silver Cup reef with very  satisfactory results. A very large  body of ore is exposed in the Broadview mine. Two foot of very rich ore,  has been struck on the Sunshine claim  There arc 1200 tons of ore on the  dump at present averaging .$f>0 to the  ton on a conservative estimate. Mr.  "Mols"on~lcH'tTitrXb'rl"f('ir"V";fn"cO"n"v"ei\  Mr. .T. Fred Hume. ��������� representative  in the local house for the.south riding  of Kootenay was registered at the  Victoria on Thursday en route fi-r the  opening of the session at Victoria. In  a recent interview with the Ropsland  Record Mr. Hume expressed himself  as against any further alteration in  in the milling laws, and as also opposed  to the indiscriminate granting of land  suhMilies and charters to railways.  He believes the population of \\"i������l  Koot������.nay warrant" a representation  of five menihtirs. instead of two, on the  following basis���������A member for the  Nelson and Goat river mining division,  one for the Trail division, one for  Ihe Ainsworth division, one for the  Slocan division and one for the Revelstoke. lllecillewaet and Trout Lake  mining divisions.  THE INDIAN FAMINE FUND  A fund In aid of the sulVerers from  the famine in India litis been started  byTlllO Rrcvm.sTOKK llnKAin. at the  suggestion of some of our leading  business men.''.The Chief Justice of  Bengal wired last week lo the Governor General that the area and number  all'eefed are enormous and the distress  rapidly increasing and made an urgent  appeal for relief. A list of contributors has been opened in't his column,  and will he added to as subscriptions  come in. The list, will , be kept open  until the 1st, of March,"oh which date  lhe money collected will be forwarded  to the Governor General.  Messrs. C. B.  Hume it Co.,  .$25.(10  Tun IIliltAi.n. .$111.(0  Rev. J. A. Wood, .$1.00  Dr. McKechine 5.00  "A Friend 1.00  AV. Ii. Pool, 2.00  On Wednesday evening the Donald  Quadrille Club wound up Lhe season's  series of assembly dances by a grand  ball, which is repealed as having been  an success.  A pioneer of 1850. Mr. AV. Keithley  of Lillooet passed over to the majority,  hist Saturday. He was one of the best,  known leanisters on the. Cariboo road  in the early days. He was buried at  Asbcroft on Monday.  A Nelson despatch to the Rossland  Miner says a large body of C.P.R..engineers is making a location survey of  the road round the lake. It, is reported  that the company will commence the  active work of construction on March  30th.  The government, yielding to the  exigencies of the situation and public  opinion, have decided upon building a  goal-aud court house at Revelstoke.  This will indeed be supplying a long-  felt want and the powers that be at  Victoria will receive full credit for the  step taken. ���������_--__.-  Mr. A. E. Kincaid came in yesterday from working on the Great Western claim near Arrowhead for fresh  supplies. He reports that the tunnel  is in about 40 feet with very satisfactory results. They are working in  a good body of shipping ore, and expect Lo make a shipment in two  months.  Alex. M. Leith. the man arrested, a  few clays ago, on suspicion of being  concerned in the robbery of the mail  bags on their way to Fort Steele, has  been committed to stand his trial,  either at Donald or Golden. Leith has  "been '.there" before., having served  time iii'Victoria. and is also "known"  to the police at Rossland.    ���������  Mrs.-Vermilye.'i will render the following solos in the Methodist church  tomorrow: In lhe morning "Consider  the Lilies.'" Toplilf: aud in the evening "Palm Branches,'"' Fame. At the  morning service the r.ules of the church  will be read and explained and the  quarterly Love Feast .held. The subject of the sermon at the evening service will he "The Crucifixion," and  the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper  will be administered at the close of the  service.  ..  THE  ORPHAN  BOY.   -   ���������"1?     ���������'���������fir '���������fir' "'irVlir' ^iF"?-a  ^^^^ ���������fir' '"._"3 Wbf^T  ������ft���������M!f_  ipJCMiCJL-^ .r-jaif/r    AMft   MJJLM     -.1Q   ,/p  F. B. WELLS  (SuCCESMOIt TO  Gil,KICK  it   WkI.LS.)  POST  OPFIOE   STORE.  Gent's Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobacco,  Small Sundries,, Etc.  Etc  REVELSTOKE,   33. O.  Haskins was described in a. former  issue of the News-Advertiser, and, as  was then mentioned, one of its chief  advantages is that it can be easily  packed, as the largest piece will not  weigh more than 1150 lbs. It is also  equal in capacity to a 20-stamp mill.  Latest advices from Lhe claim state  that development work is' progressing  satisfactorily; the tunnel being run at  the rate of a, foot a day.���������Vancouver  News-Advertiser.  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  News of a highly .������atisfactory nature  to the shareholders of the Orphan Boy  Mining Company was conveyed in a  letter from Mr. J. W. Haskins, the  Company's manager, who is now in  San Francisco. Mr. Ha-skins took  down with him soni"? samples of ore  from the Company's mine, in the Big  I3end. which he had assayed, wilh the  I following result������ : 17 ounces of ore  ' gave S2.00 in free gold, and 13 ounc".-  1 $3.20, whih> the riveratff H'turn from  70 lbs. of or<- wont S'JUJV). The������������ r���������  turn are highly satisfactory, and show  that tho Company has a splendid pro-  pej-ty. The te������ts were jii.-i/Ip by Johnson's elect rn-rhi.iiiical p..,,  Mr. Hawkins also slated that he  concluded tb>������ pnrchiiiiK of a mill, ami  expected to have it on the claim by  .fun.? 1st.   The mill purchased   by  Mr.  Union: J.~C. Campbell, Arthur Ter-  roux, Montreal; F. P. Armstrong,  Golden; W. Miller, Victoria; T. B.  Mugee, Sandon; G. C. Ballen, London;  I. J. Darraogh, Nakusp; E. M. Hunter,  Miss A Conroy. C. T. N. Rochfort,  Sandon; W. L. Callanun, New Denver;  A. Sliimpiield, Nakusp; E. Sproule,  ���������Rossland; R. Robinson, J. Surridge,  J. Hay ward, Robson; Mrs. Kemplou.  Arch deacon McKav, Donald; Peter  Muir, J. H. Kelly, Edmonton. W. II.  Moore. Calgary; Win. Paris, Letb-  bridge.John B.Estlon.Uigh River; J.A.-  Magee. Lardeau; W. B. Allison. Salt  Lake City; B. B. Smith, Montreal; 11.  Haas, Houghton; J. C. Harris, New,  Denver; H. B. Thomson, Nelson; J. A.  Soyward, Victoria; li. McNain, New  Westininisto; A. B. Winchester, Mrs.  Thompson, Victoria; Wm. Short, Edmonton; W. Newman. Mrs.' Atkins,  City'.  Victoria Hotel. T. R. Ella, Russell  Ormsb'y, F. P. Wilson, Vancouver: E.  R. Lewis, Codlgardie; J. F. Hume,  Nelson; E. It. Anfrobus, Sainldn; T.  Kilpatrick. Donald; W. C. Archer. R.  VvDoddi'J. Cleves,' Rossland;'T. P.  Gerson,' London, Eng.; Lee D.tmeford.  Trail;"-P.-S. Burrell, W. Caron.* Belle-:  .ville; ,T. McPhail, Kaslo; P. S.' Sime,  F. A. Borcl, Dumville, Ont: J." A.  Robinson. Slocan City; E. .1. Farrow,  Sandon: Clarence Marsh, s.s. Nakusp;  C. Jackson, J. Jones. Moscow; J. D.  Brack, Toronto; D. Geddes, G. 12.  Foster. Ottawa; A. Begg, Victoria;  J. G. Mar, D. D. Buchanan. Vancouver; R. J. McMillan. Nakusp: AV. S.  Crone, G. S. .Taquith, Toronto; C. N. Chambers, town; J. P.  Sutherland, Sandon; A. Stewart, lllecillewaet; Abe Kincaid, Thomson's  Landing; Guy Barber, town..     ��������� *  Columbia House.���������AV. Forrest, Que's-  rmlle; R. AV. Robertson. T. B. Hill,  A'ancouver;    Geo.   Gilbert,_   Spokane;  ,J.���������A Ancenscn,���������A.=���������-Fairburn.-���������.1-.-  Blliott, Carndiiff. N. W. T.: John"  Dohorty, P. Kenedy, Big Eddy; J.  M.   McCormick.   J.   Daly, Sandon; J.  B. Swactter, Tom Anthony, Trail; J.  H. Kelly, R. MeKernan. Edmonton;  .1. Townsend. town: 0. H. McDonald,  Moosomin;.T. T, AVilliams, Winnipeg;  \V. Douglas, J. C. Miller, Now York;  T. Williams, Victoria; J. Delanv.  Geo. Roach, town: Ed Evans, lllecillewaet; P. Dooley, town.      s.  Centra!���������John   Telford,   Ohilliwack;  T. D. Heydon. Toronto; Geo. Gray.  J Chits. Jonfton, Edmonton: J Ilamill,  i Armstrong: J. A. .Mapc-J"-- London; K.  i M. Cm ti.s. Peter Henry. Toronto; .11.  I Sanderson. Halcyon Hot Springs; Jim.  ; A. CiiiiiTOii, Montreal; C. S. Ryder, F.  j Alphons... Nanaimo, 10. R. Tail, Gust.  j Anderson, T. Jnhanson, Otis. Lind,  : Vancouver: John Lind,Albert Stewart,  ;. X. Chambers, lllecillewaet;  D.Taylor,  New Denver; F. Gillander, Ohilliwack;  , S. Furri"!. M. Soucbeon, W. Oil.snn, J.  ' Riley, Wellington; S. Proctor, Oal-  -' sf.-irv; W. I)>'lanuv, Peterborough ; B.  j Hoffman,   Libhy,"    Montreal;   J.    W.  Fairhnll, C. Menhenick. Lardeau; E.  J. F.irmw, Sandon; D. Rothchild,  Sudburv.  BOARD   OF TRADE.  At a meeting of the Board of Trade  held on Thursday evening, several important questions were discussed including the incidence of taxation on  the various portions of the. townsite  and the discrimination against Revelstoke in comparison with other .points  in South Kootenay in the matter of  freight rates. The secretary was instructed to forward to Mr. Kellie. a  strong resolution of the board iigainst  further granting of land subsidies to  railway companies or other corporations and that money subsidies or  guarantees of bonds should be protected by the acquisition on the part of  the province of.air equitable interest  in such enterprises.  * Ladies would you like neat bristol  visiting cards.   Call at Tins Herald.  * Neat, clean and .attractive���������all job  work turned out by Thk Herald.- '  * Anything from a small hand bill  to ti whole sheet poster printed neatly  and cheaply at Tins Herald.  The Very Finest  Watch Repairing.  o  Possible to secure���������you're  as-  1   ��������� sured of���������if your  timepiece i.s  sent here to be repaired.    Expert work only.  GUY    BARBER.  WHY BOTHER  BAKING ?��������� *'  "When you   can  get Good  Bread,   Cakes,   Etc.,  Etc.,  ',   at Right Prices from .     -::  THE REVELSTOKE . BAKERY  Confectionery. Canned Goods, Etc.,  kept in stock.',  W. B. McKECHNIE.  (M. 13., M. 1>. O. JH.)  PHYSICIAN and SURGEON,  Opkicr in B. Simson's house, (next rresbjr-  tnrtan church.) Calln by ti-loiihcinoor ti lcuraph-  promplly attended to. Ollleo hours: 0:311 to  11 a. in., 1:110 to 4 and ".to 8 p. m.  Revelstokk.  B.   C.  In Full Dress  A man tilways ��������� looks, his best;  . more especially if the. SUIT i.s  well made. AVe guarantee this,  and at the lowest price. ��������� Call in  and   inspect "our Goods,    A full  . ...and complete range of cloths, .to  choose from-^-Finest _ workmanship.  ���������   Our    complete' slock   of  "��������� GENTS' SUITINGS is strictly up-  to-date.  R. S. Wilson.  ARE YOU GOING  TO BUILD THIS SEASON ?  If so, .you should.consult  L. A. FRETZ  .Practical- Builder  and get a reliable estimate based on a  wide aiid'valualile-experience in  the  building business.  Shop Job Work Done tsi *  Ontario- Hard AVoods  kept   in   stock  Also other odds and ends which  i. ���������.-,.. ..  are useful in our line of ,'��������� - -  -,���������:' business.' .     ������������������'���������"���������.    ; ���������   ���������  Workmanship.Ouarant ced  Terms Cash.  A. N. SMITH"  Baker and Confectioner.  Itcvelstoko Statloo, B.C.  Frank Julian  DEALER  IN  First-Class  Dry Wood  All orders left with Mr. II. N;  Coursier will receive my prom pi and  careful attention.  NOTICE.  The party Hint took my Stnnly Hullnnse  Combination Plow l']u:.e from my now build-  Inn in the fall of 18UK, will obliffo by ri'lurniiiB  tho piuno. Ihuy will huvo tho trouble of u  search warrant, and* hum., kopt ut, Gnvorn-  mont epeusu. There aro private marku on  the I'lano .  I ton but T'Ai'i'ixo,  Builder.  F.  Wholesale  and- Retail  BUTCHER  DEALER  I.N*  Milk Cows, Saddle, Psvk, Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station,        ���������   -  B. C  Any One  Requiring Wood  Can Buy it Cheaper from ____m_>^  W. FLEMING  Than you can afford to steal it,  and take the chances of being  caught.  Draying a Specality  At Lowest Prices.  '���������(���������A  ' ���������.'. 1  ''i'i  vj  &  ft  \^a  A  Sole Agents for Ram LaFs Tea  Agents for the Victoria Giant  Powder Co.    Powder from 45  to 75 per cent.   Also Judson's  and Stump Powder,  Caps and Fuse,  A Complete Stock of  HARDWARE  And a Large  Supply of  FRESH GROCERIES  always on hand.  Selling off Remnants of Prints and Dress Cost.  Full line of Miner's Supplies carried at  Trout Lake City.


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