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Array (JKvVtAJ  I '-  __oe___^    __&____a____ra  -"gf"^  S*J5$  |H || ^|____^.  Published in the Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bead, Trout Lake, lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon and Jordan Pass Districts.  {   C.lJ  U,fr!>  -ISSTTIEID   a,T7v^IO"B-__--"Vv^I_J__l_'C ���������"WrSI)_iTES"DJ_."Y"S    AILTID    SA.T"U"EL_D_A_."Sri;  Vol.  I.    No    IS.  REVELSTOKE.  B.C.,  ATfJRDAY, MARCH  20, "JS97,  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  >;<  3  :?  ^^SSe&SSSSsSZsSSSSSSp^aSeSi  THE Ilr3t lhlrg wife ps-oplt* think of  when ortierniic i?oei Is by mini la tlu  ciipiie-lty for bmliiess of thorn' tin  to. Tho roput.ttti.li we unjo. "  nr.-ss n.akc4 our Mail Onl<*r  abend a-, u gr.V.ify.nK rate.  f.jr  trail  ��������� \vr to >.<���������  i  -��������� ** *"- ,-v  muiipt- VA  u fai_.ii IS,'  \X Our SpeclaUlfB -i���������������������������                            (���������  ra Groceries            Dry Goods               n  m Liquors               Boots and Shoos    v  {������ Cigars                  Men's Furnishings Q  j-S Crock;ry            Tailoring                 S  .0 -           Dressmaking                    0  k A  ������ Ilcqucsti for prio Ksts and samples K  )x reu^ivu iirompt aitcnlioii.                           i.  ih ��������� ���������       I  ������ Hudson's Bay Stores,      b  1. ....Calvary.... ,���������                  p  1* ������  WS:23"*S3^SS^^3e52SS?������?g3yg>_  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER.-AT.__.AW.  SOLICITOR,'  AND NOTARY PUSLIC.  _3"0F1"ICK :   M eil building, Revelstoke. Tt.C.  Just-unliuid-.'tl, a cm-load,  consisting of  Cut Nails  Casing Nails   .  Wire .Nails   ,  "Wire Finishing Nails  Moulding Nails  Etc-  -ali sizes *  mtm   ���������  L. HAIG...."  ���������_ro,_:__'B"2r ._?,xr _3Xiia.  MINING, REAL ESTATE, ��������� '  and Gener-U Commission Agent.  '    Fire and Life Insurance.  Representative e fthe Kootenay  .Smelling and Trading Syndicate.  Agent for Revelstoke. Trout  Lake and other Toivnsiles.  ���������������\  You'll Bo Well  By getting your watch  Repairing elone'with a  Compefentworkman at  Right prices.  JI nil'orders are being  limele a specialty, and  reeeive prompt, and  careful attention.  W. GAINER . . ���������  High Gra-le Watch Specialist.  On hand, complete stock of  Horse ^Shoes,  Horse Shoe Nails  Toe Calks  Round Iron, al! sizes, ^ to I inch.  Square Iron, all sizes; I to I ihch.  Flat Iron, all sizes, I to 4 x .j, ,., .t.  Bar Steel. .  Octagon Steel, Etc.  Sheet Copper, Galvanized Iron, Zinc, at  lowest prices.  BOHRNEBReS.,  RE-VE-ST'eKE STAriQN   .  NO MATTER  "w"hat kind of a house you livo in,  you wont to nink 1 tho i' sitle loulc as cosy anrl  pretiy us po siule. Nulliing u-oes so tar lo-  wtirelstlitH end, in propoitlon tJ the expense,  us u ne*-I,. t:i-������ty wall papnr.  w,ite ud fnrs uiii-leis and pricer*. It, won't  est ynu anylliinir to el') that, and we'll luku  cliaiie-.os on the rohl.  .THOMSON .ERCS.','BOOKSTORE,  ! '       CAi.e1.1nA-. AuirjiiTA.  ROBT.  SAMSON  DEALER IK"      -    -     *   -  - CORD~AND STOVE WOOD"  '*'      'atIowa*tprices.- ^      ]'.**"  Drafing of-ail k'i'il3 promptly  attended to.   i'i ices rignt.  KEVELSTOKK," II.0.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  While our provint ial legislature is  racking ils bruins t," pi-ovide soine  means lo prevent wild t.-alting by law,  a feat almost impo*-.-ii)!i: unless lliey  can at tho same tini I'ass a iiioiimiw  to eliminate the huge percentage of  gullibility at pre.-ent existing in  hiiii'uin nature, it seems to Tins IIkk-  ALu'that they have right to their hand  a means of curtailing-wild catting lu  a considerable extent without passing  any other legislation "nt all mi tlie matter. They have the.,reports of tin;  provincial mineralogist, as far as he  has gone, nml the milling leporls nf  the gold ceimuiissieineis, thioughout  the province. These .documents give  an impartial and honest account of  the state uf mining iifT.iirs up to the  time of publication, which would be  simply invaluable to inten'ling investors, if they could.only get at. tlieni.  The importance, with which Mr.  C.irlyle's report on the Hit-can. Nelson  aud Ainsworth district.-, is regai-de.-el  by the mining public is sufficiently nl-  testeel by ihe fact that, copious extract, have appeared from it in almost,  every loading paper'in Canada and  stime have even published it in full. If,  instead of sending out a few copies to  the' government offices and newspaper.-*, the' government wonlel take  measures to disseminate these teporis  throt.ghout C.i;iada,'c the" States and  Great Britain, they would n'ol only be  doing a good work in'the way of atl-  vertising the province, buttilso in the  direction of protecting investors. -Tut'  the reports up for sale and advertise  where they are to lis found. There  is nothing undignified about it. .Tlie  Dominion blue books-'ai-e .sold. ,And  even'if there were, the'exigencies of  the situation reepiirc some departure  from the. old fogy, sleepy, red tape  methods of doing business prevailing  ;it Victoria.- There is no necessity.,for  passing laws, whicli as often as not  do nieire harm in"snine unexpected  quarter than any good for which they  were devised, so long as a little e'nergy  ,-ind activity on the'part of the executive will meet the demands oE the sit mi-,  THE BLACK EAGLE GROUP.  Eighteen Inchss of Solid Galsna oa the  Face of the Tunnel.  o  Tlu* group was'staked a couple of  years ago by Messrs. .lacoiv;oii, 0!>.'(;:i,  Dixon and ciilu.ra. li. is situali.-d un a  liilittlarv of (lie- south fork eif tins Liu-  ile.iii called Seven Mile Creek. The  B'.ttk jS.tglc claim which 'given its  inline lu lho group is n galena proposition and development work has shewn  ;i wonderful body of high g'-aile ore*.  'itiii.W'.'iiIth in silve-r and gold levenled  in' this ledge; has canned entile a demand fur the ilainis located un it, but  the owners realizing ils value have,  held cm to it. The; l-.r.mel tin the  Hlnrk Eagle claim is in 25 feel, iinel  shews eigiiiecu inches of solid galena  on llio face. A considerable ipi.uility  of ore is already oil the dump ready  fur shipment.  POLICE COURT.  Did not Know Whs Stabbed Him.  E.l  , Tlie case again  hing Jnti. Fullein was  GTahtiiii, S. M., yest  Tho evidence went- to  13vans for si libit led by .T. D.  -relay - morning,  shew   that the  two men were drinking together in the  Gold Hill about one o'clock on the  morning of St. Patrick's day.. .Fulton  sold ii, ring to Swan Balkenhousc feu;  tAveV'dollais. mid wauled to Fell a pair  He was talking big,  '������������������hiof   iiiul a I ramp.  REVELSTOKE  J.    R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Dros. & Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Ko tall Dealers  in Beef, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders in our line promptly filled.  BLACKSrilTHING and  JOBBING,  ���������^ PLUilBING and PIPEtFITTSNG,-���������  TINSniTHINQ and SHEET-IRON  WORK,  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a Specialty.  Robt. Gordon,   -   Revelstoke Sta.  HOTEL" ARRIVALS.  A FEW INSIDE I_0TS STILL L?EFT  .   , in the surveyed portion of Victoria Avenue,  GTJSO  Price: 6110.  the  business centre of the Lardeau "Country.  i 3   uroliths, \ G months,  Terms:   i cash,  \ !) months.  Apply  C.  E.   SHAW,  Real Estate Agent, Revelstoke.  Leave your orders for   gread,  ^  Cakes,     :     :.  Confectionery  With.,  NOTICE  Not'ce is he**ehy (riven tha'', thirty '.Ti dayi  orn d-ttc I intend to make applie nit 1 to tni  from  asr. smith,   .  Revelstoke Station  tiini-B-nir. icta wl^H^  OUiof ISoniuiis^ioiinr of Lands an d Worm for a  leas-*, r.ie* twcniy-jne ye;ars. o * ��������� hundred  aerei of 1 ������nd, b 'fore described o the purpose  of opening up and working a " stoce qnarry"  thereon. ^  Snid land is situated on the Past side of  TJpp-r *rlow Lake, about three miles south of  Cape Horn.  Commencing at a post placel nt the northwest corner nnd marked *'J. K.'s N. W.  corner." running thence twenty chain* east,  the' co eighty chains south, thence twenty  chr.iiis w.-st. thence fifthly chains north, following lake shore to point of commencement.  9th February, 1S37.  James Kelly.  $SO Reward  I will give tha above reward to anyone giv  'ng such information'as will lead to Ihe conviction of the person or persons who poisoned  my dog on the morning of tho ISth inst , and a  furtlior reward of J25 for tho identification of  tlu man eccn cm my premises between the  hours of 3 and I o'clock.  Hugh E. R. Smytiie.  ��������� Columbia' House.���������S G'irtie.y, W  Latigti'v, -.1 Davidson. R -Abei-ccmbie.  Vancouver; I" (5 Faliis, J Ferguson,  Grand Bend, Ont.;. V. Tlei.dricli^ar,  Naimimo; Mrs'Cuoper and thive'chilel-  ren. Red Deer; D Ferguson. Purple  Valley; ,1 ,1 Yoang, ,\V Brendan. \V  11 Scott, Calgary; L II McDonald, J  Ostr.mcler. Mtioscj;i_.v; Mrs S B trcl.iy  and three children. Fleming; .J Car-  inichael. K CUrinell.'.;lJ Gr.iliinn, Victoria; C Crockett, .1 C.irhc-rry. il  Tagi'.triila. .1 Alexiiniler. Mrs Aiexau-  der andTITild.W'll TTidd~St'*att.leT"ll"  Fdmonel.s. Oi-illi.t: 3 .Davidson. Kel-  own.'i; .1 MtlnuN. Mootlyville: F llur-  ton. tsaginuw; .1 Jv Mackenzie, A F  Russ, New Glasgow. N. S.; "\V G  Websler. X B Webster. Stivotsville;  J D C.impbell,' Cape Breton. N.S ;  R McCiitclieon, .1 Wilson, lllecillewaet. -    ��������� ;  Central Hotel.���������.7 Bishop. \V J Cav-  aiiagh, A llnif, M * Micklesun. G W  L.-ille;y. Seattle: J B Cull'ms. Vernon:  J P Drew, Juneau; J Flat, L Steggles.  Montreal; F" Pitts, G Mayiiaril. 'Victoria; II B Cosaar. Arrowhead; 15  Olsi-ii, A Johnson. 'Albert Cinyon; G  H Kstey. Flcirencevilie; N li.: W B  Bower. Guelph: G Ti-.tk. Gnlelen; 15 C  Diivid-sem, ICinnloops; M Dwyer. .Sandon: G PJones, A N Harvey. F Johnson. Bui ton City; G Rudolph. "Mukusp:  A Martin, Sie-iiincuis; F Currie, Winel-  soi'i D XV Wincheslei'. I", Meireh.uit.  Salmon Arm; .1 C Kirkpatrick. Trout  Lake: 1 Mclnnis, A Trelford, A Titrhe,  J F Barber, Tara, ��������� Out; T Wallace.  Renfrew: A Arm'ntruiig. P l.i Prairie;  P King. Three Oaks. Mich.  Victoria Hotel���������G A Brooke. Laurie;  B B Starky, I) Bell-Irving, W K Spen-  cer. J Dixon, H Newcoinb. G W V\ lllis.  Vancouver; .7 C Conlou. G B Leslie, J  Armstrong. W Brvdem, 'I'monto: ^ C  Becker. Three Forks: F XV Godsal,  Pincher Creek; M McDnui<Iil. Golden;  R M Hume, St John; F Echot. Exeter.  V;i: J Jnne-s, F Smith London; F  Wrong, J Devin. Ferguson: D W  Clendenan, Chicago: D C Dash wood,  H Wilson, Winnipecr: J S Bvron. s s  Naku-H); S R White, Rossland: F  Holten, J Leslie. Trout Lake; W Hun  ter, South Edmonton.  Union Hotel���������W T Laughlan, Mrs  E Pettit and son. Qu'm Comer; W J  "Leslie, W H Mac-I.iren, B F Dunn, S  J Crowe, Vancouver; J E Boss, Washington; Mrs G H Williams, Nelson:  Miss Paul, Sudburg; W B nnd Mrs  Merrywealher. Rossland: .7 M Barker,  Banff: Mrs Tromby, Dr Sutherland.  Laurie: C H Snider;. lllecillewaet: J  Paul. Sudbury: 3 T^iulucr, A Bruce,  Kamloops; J A jdatree, Liitdean: A B  Paget, Regina; .7 F Foi lies. Furl- Saskatchewan; C D Blackwood. G Lance,  Winnipeg: J H Currie. New Denvei;  G Currie! Winghaiu, Out: E W Pratt.  Victoria: T E Arclen. Kaslo: W Ben-  ning. Sandon: H F Hill-try. Aurora.: J  Hutchison, Vernon; T Long, Slocan  Citv.  of  spectacle's  spying   he 'was a  Tlie'two left, the house together and  about 20 minutes afterwards Fulton  came back,* crying ont thai, he was  .-tabbed, and'Tell, down em the floor.  He denieel all knci.vledire as lu who had  done it. About, the: same time Evans  t'iiine into the Senate-House, when he  was found anel .arrested by .Const.  Vicke*rs. Fulton, when sworn, denied  ail knowledge of whom the person'was  that slabbed hiin. He felt'himself  stabbed and fell ovei- cm the "snow.  -There was nobody but, hnnsijlt'. and  'Kvjtns un tho street,. ,Thc medical  evidence was to the.elrect that a white  handled case knife found on Evans,  together with a hiiiiiI'it of pahs of  spectacle's, when arrested, might have  caused the wound on-Fulton. There  '.were stains on it, which the niicros-  'cope shewed to be blood. The; prisoner  .was found'guilty and seute'uced'to six  ���������...Wifiwit'ii with-l������iii!.s:il>pi'_. in.'Kaiiilnons,  ��������� j.t.:L, - - - ..-, .."   ...    ,   ���������  '      . I^OIIH MOXTriS IIAltD. -  John Fiiltnu, the wounded man, who  claims to be a coiim and  casket,  trim  THE ARGO MINES OF SANDON.  The Argo and Belt Claims Change  Hands���������Stocked for $100,000 to a  Victoria Syndicate���������A Good Propcs:-  tian���������Coninicr.ee Shipping April :st.  I-'i- in Our SpccUl I'orrenpotielont.  .S.\M>t)>:, March 15.���������This itiorning  .". llKieAi.n man visited llio Argo and  Uelt claims, iu'i-onipanietl by Air. P. C.  McDonalel. These claims art* located  on the I'.er.-th side of and adjoining the  Sandon townsite, be'ing centrally  located between tin; Slocan Star. Ruth  unci Wonderful 011 the south side and  thu Payne. Slocan Buy, Noble; Five  iinel Reco on the north side. Tha Argo  is 10'MxlJOO feel, and the Belt a full  claim l."iO!)xl">00. The. original owners  were J. Whilier, .1. Thompson, Alex.  McDonald and XV. N. Ludrow. A few  days ago, through Messrs. Leigh tun it  Williams of this place, it was sold to a  Victoria syndicate for $25,000. who  have organized a company known as  "The Argo Mines of Sandon," and  stocked It for IjilOD.OOU, the par  value of the shares being 10 cents, the  figure.it whie-h theyni-o put on the market, thus doing away with lhe legal  problem of non-assessable treasuiy  stock. ���������' .  , The   development  work, consists of  an open surface cut about 30 feet in  length,   exposing  ;i   hotly  " '0  1  to  of  galenic  feet  wide (See Carlyle's  "      li  met- from Illinois, pleaded guilty to a  charge: of begging aud creating n elis-  liiib.'iiue on the stu-eis un lhe night in  (jucstion and took fuur months hard  labor in Kamloops jail along with his  i_noiidau) pal and assailant. ,  Keystone Mountain.  Among the mining localities tributary to 'Revelstoke, which will be  heard of next season. is\ Keystone  "Mon ritain"whicirru's���������two-miles- south  of the mouth of Downie Creek and 5  miles east of Boyd's .Ranch. 2-1 locations were me-oided last year in this  section. The* ledge*** show galena with  an iron capping. Assays made from  two cf tlio claims shew liOJoz of silver,  02% lead anel a trace of gold anil 41oz  of silver and i3% lead respectively.          o  Old Country Notes on 3. C.  The London cc'i-.espondent of the  Nelson Miner says in their issue of last  Saturday: It has been known for  some, weeks past that several large  British Columbian outerprUes were on  tlio stocks anel would be launched at  the lirst opportunity that should be  deemed propitious. The time has not  yet come, but as the Cretan dilliculty  se-eins likely lo   blow  JGUPATION GF GRETfc.  over, anil the  South African ent.uiry has already  had the effect eif hardening juices in  the Kiiflii' market, there may yet be ii  chance of interesting the Jiublic in B.  C. jirupertics bclore midsummer.  That there will be it ii. C. boom in  London is jiractically 11-sttred. That  it will take place* this" year is unlikely,  nor is it. to be wished; but that it will  be of considerable importance when it  does come is" the unanimous opinion  of all those who have visited the country and know its resources.  The* Lillooet Fra/.er River and Cariboo Gold Fields Company have issued  to their shaivholdei s n circular giving  a detailed amount of the work done on  their several properties since tlu: annual l-i'ijnrt, was issued. The strike on  the Sunshine seems to be of considerable importance, although it is hardly  probable th-it the bulk of the ore* will  give such high returns its that obtained from the stimplc shipment of seventeen tons, a portion of this value  would give a handsome: ju-olit.  The B. C." Agent-General's office* is a  ban en ground for those who seek recent information concerning your  mines. I fancy that Mr. C.irlyle's re-  poi-t 011 the Sloc.-m district has be*en  published, but it has not yet leached  these* shores. If only some arrangi'-  inent could be made iiy which rol'able  mining news, even if two months old.  would be legulaiiy trarsinilted, it  woulil be a boon, as under the present  conditions stipi*lies are kept back  many months and their arrears come  en masse.  it 01.1   3  report..) A shaft bus (iccnjsuuk on the  lead to a depth oT -10 feet, and ore is  visible .-til the way down, some 25 tons  of ore; having already been taken out  us they went down. At a depl h.of 17  feel, on this shaft a, tunnel is driven on  ihe lead 11 distance of UO feet, and has  a good showing of ore and, carbonates  throughout. A lower tunnel has been  driven 205 feet, of whicli 175 feet is on  the lead. This, too, bus a good shewing of ore nearly the whole length of  the tunnel, tho lend varying in width  freiin 0 to IS inches.  Out of six assays taken from across  the paystreak, the following, results  were received : The lowest assay run  Ot oa. in silver, 70 por cent, lead,* value  rjOi'.K). The highest l*iO oz. in silver  and 70 per cent, lead, value S113. The  cost of mining will not 'exceed from  ifQ.oO to t$'ii per ton, aud the: shijiping  from the mine to the c.us, only a few  ntindt-ed feet, about 5 cents per ton.  Then the- shipping, treating 'and  suieltiDg will cost abont $22.50 per ton,  thus after'allowinjf'folTnll pot-entile e.".-*--  oenses'the'ore will give a profit of at  least Sp(i."> per ion, or .*$0."50 a carload. It  is possible now,' without any further  cievelonmont woik to ship at least  200 tons of ore, but further development work will be continued all the  time, so thai the Company will not  ship any ore for about three weeks  yet, then they intend toship a car a  week and increase*, the number as  ijuickly as jiossible. The convenient  location of tho mine, places it so that  boarding and other house will be unnecessary, as all the employees can  put .up in'imjr part of Sandon and be.  .haudy_to_t,heiiL_we)i-k.___ Son le 10 or 12  men are employed, and it is expected"  the Argo and Belt claims will be  among the. foremost of Slocan's  wonderful silver mines ere this time  another year. _  The Incorporation Fad.  To the Enixon op The "Herald : *  Sill.���������Under the above heading in  your issue of March 17th, I read a letter from Canadian and Ratepayer.  Now. Sir, there are dozens it-ini claim  that title who pass through our town  in a week, which may account for his  ietter being rather behind, but 1 leave  the matter to those: who have, sjieiken  at the meetings and written since myself. Now, Sir, this honorable; gen tie-  man introduces private personalities  into the subject." For his informal/ion  I say lhat. iis to "Pills." "Soup" ami  any comfort or luxury I may enjoy  thai is none of his business, as I spend  my own money, and it is lust jiossible  thai if I lc'ijuired a small donation for  such a pin po.-e - from Canadian and  Ratepayer, I should have to go round  with an empty ".-tomuch" and with  verv clean teeth. Now, Mi*. Editor, I  11111110 coward, belt :it the same time I  cannot fight a 11.1111 in nmbush.  Yours. Sam Needuam.  TROOPS OF THE   SIX   POWERS   .  WILL LAND NEXT WEEK.  Greck'Troopr. Start for the Frontier���������  Russia Urging Turkey- to Attack  Greece ��������� Trouble Willi Japanese  Laborers at Honolulu.     r  (Si>r.f'IAI. TO  TilK llKKAI-O.)  Lomion, March I*).���������A desjialch ,  from Cni-.ca says that there will be 200  British. 200 French, .'ICO Italian, 'Ml  Ai'.slriaii. 300 Russian, and 3'JO Gel'-,  man troops there next week. At.  Retiino I here will be 300 Russians, at"  Cauilia-IC.'! British, at Spiralonga -100  French, at Kissnmo 300 Austri.-insv at  Hii'r.ipiUia 300 Italians, and at Sucl.t  300 Germans. ,  Athens, March 20.���������The regiment  of Crown Prine-o Const.iinttne, ,i,7.X)  strong, has started for the frontier.  The Crown Prince did not go with his  corps owing to King George., who  foreseeing the result of the appearance of the Crown Prince on .lliis.'.  frontier, withheld front him permission *-.  to start until the last moment.  London*.   March   20.���������The   Aiiit-iis  :.  correspondent, of the Times snya that  it  is believed thai. Russia, is   urging."  Turkey to attack Greece*! and U oller-  ing her financial assistance,   il" necesi-  '"-���������'V-        "'-,".��������� - "���������.'.'  San FitANCisco, March 20.���������Advices '  front Honolulu state that the Customs',  authorities have refused to permit' thei'  landing, of   537    Janani'se     laborers.  In ought out by the Kobe Iniuiigr.itioii  Go's steamers."   The local agents of the _  Japanese Co.. Vv\ J: Gallagher and   E-  II utilize, have heen placed under arrest  for violation of the nnmigrntiiii:  laws. .  The  rejected   Japanese   .threaten   an  open  revolt.     The   mutter   has' been  carried   into   the   count   and   if   the  Jii|*,inese fail to 'ind relief  there, they  will appeal to. their Consul 10 "mleifere.  THE NEW YORK   MARKET.  Today',3 Quotations in  the   Metal  Mar-  .. "   kct. '       .   ,  ..New T.ork. Alar. 20.���������B-ir silver 624: ,  ���������������"������*i������'d,-.f"rii������, ~brcl:er.s.-.<ji3.20.. .exchange  3.42V to !33.-t7i,* Ci'|)per, steady, brokers *  iSll.So, exchange S1LS5 to $12..   .  COLUMBIA & WESTERN OR EUST   -    ������'-,',   - --   ;..      - -.  Provincial     Legislature��������� Sapt.     Whyte  Said to be Mr. Abbott's   Successor.^  Rossland,   Alarch    10.���������A"   special  from Butte slates tliat F. Aug.iHeinzc  has mortgaged all his jiropert.y in that'  city for a million iinel a half dollars to  suciM't* funds to build  the Columbia'it"  "Wcstern-Tailway-to-Puntictbn.  ."*.- ---,-  Ottawa,  Alarch  20.���������The writ  for' ���������  the   bye-election   in   Cliainplain, h.uf  -  been   issued.      Voting'taUes  places on.  the7thofAp;il. *        ���������  Victoria, Alarch '10.���������In  the house  today lluif present-.'d a petition favoring the compulsory  teae-iiing of terni-,*  perance in the public schools.  Semlin moved the adjournment, for  the. purpose' of discussing the position .  of the ministry on the Chinese labor  question in the vote eif yesterday.  Wince they had shown that they do  nol. have the confidence of the house*;'  em sei important a matter, tlio ministry  should resign. "  The in eniier said that the vote hail  been taken on a private, bill, introduced bv a jnivate member, and the  ministry" voted in their individual  ciimiritv.  The "motion was defeated 10:1 a  elivision.  Wlxxirco. March  20.��������� The repent  is  piibiisiiedhereth.it superintenilenl. .  Whvtu of the Western division of thev  0. P. ii. is to .succeed general supcrin- .  tendont Abbott on the Paciiic division.  The Teamsters of the 18S5 Rebellion*-  To the EniToii eir The Herald:  Silt.���������Through the medium uf your  paper I would ask to reach any of my  old comrades eif tho transport service  of the rebellion of '85, that as the  Dominion parliament will soon meet,  that, the representatives from this  Province should be asked to bring before: the ministry, the justice of our  claim to scrip for said service. I am  informed that the crew of the steamer  NorthfOte received scrij) at the time  of its distribution, und latterly the;  teamsters of Prince Albert and it  woulel only be justice to deal with  others who were actively engaged on  the transport either of troops or sujj-  jilie.s, and who rc"mondeil to the pio-  tection of home and countiy should be  granted scrip.  15. AIetc-ali-k.  Late of Steamer Alberta.  WAGHGP'N'S 6UIDE S^II-SSSS SOc v!v  Mo>"TR_AL.March 16.���������The Alontreal  rolling mills are closed. No contracts  can be made in llie* face of the threatened changes in the Canadian taiifi'.  Miners and   Pro spectors.  finel    it to their interest  to  Will  write for catalogue-,  of  Ap-ircjei   Harness. Saddles, vet., to CAIWOX e.Y. SllOJt  Calgary.  Revelstoke Markets.  Retail���������Oiits S30 per Inn; butter, tub.  dairy 23c, creamery 23c; potatoes  $30 jicr ton; hay, timothy anel clover.  Sj"25 per ton: wild hay, $17; beef, by the  carcase. Sc; pork, by the carcase, 13o.:  eggs, by the case, 23c. jicr doz.; mutton, 15c.  .CRAIGELLACHIE.  Personal   and   Local   Items   From   the  Eagle Valley,  rrom Our Own Correspondent.  Airs.-D. Loftus leaves for Alara em  Tuesday. Her speedy return is looked for.  Aliss Grant leaves on Tttesd-iy fother home at Armstrong. Our best  wishes go with her, and it is hoped  that she will s*66n return to our valley.  Air. Frank Reid-has returned from"  the west looking much better for his  trip.  Owing to some misui'.dei-standitig  the farmer's monthly meeting has  been !>e>stpeiiied for next Salurday  evening at the residence of Mr. C  Haterway.  Wc are having some very muglli  weather here at present. On Monday  aheavv snow storm prevailed h<*re.  tailing to the depth of six inches. Tho"  thermometer drojiped to 10 below on'  Fiielay.  Mr. John   Canil'b'.il   innilc a flying  visit home on  Sunday.     He; returiied_  on the same day tei Enderby where he"  is at pre-ciir, working in Air. P.Moore's*  I>rid::e; gang.  h i S-lVrJiUf.   liuiMUll. Ji*A-'*  ��������� *K-l-^'*^i������J*'^lt-'lf.f^  aujA-ziiaca.'tfn*.  Revelstoke   Herald  JOHNSON  & PKTTIPIECB  Proprietors and Publishers  A Beml-WcoklT Journal.  ~    olel  ..        published in the  merest* of Revelstoke and the eurroundlng  latrlet, Wednesdays and Haturda. s, "uniting  cxeit connections with all trains.  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In all canon the bona fldo namo  uf the writer muBtaccompany manuscript, but  i.ot necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  .SATURDAY.      MARCH 20,       181)7.  The"   "Powers"  observing Lent.  are   evidently  There is no truth in the report  that Mr. Fit/.patrick's present inis-  t<iou to Rome is in connection with  the Crow's Nest railway matter.  The Globe regrets that the free  t rade shonter Immigration Agent  Alf. Jury has gone from its  ��������� "midst." One would imagine that  under the circumstances it ought  to feci glad. The case is not  unlike that of the other Jonah and  1 he other whale.  THE  ROSSLAND  HERALD'S     TRAVELLING  CORRESPONDENT  WRITES ABOUT THE  MINES  The North American Review for  March' contains a timely and-  elaborate paper on "The Famine  in India" from the pen of Sir  Edwin Arnold. The thorough  aud long familiarity of Sir Edwin  with - East*'-' Indian affairs and  customs renders him a high  authority upon this important  Mibjeet, and its various aspects  are described in a most graphic  ��������� aud sympathetic style.'  The vast superiority of experience over theory is amply  shewn in the trade policy of the  United States. After three years  of-free trade tariff for revenue,  the people of that country have  gone back to their protective  ���������ideas." The Liberals on this side  promised to demolish "the wall"  they .talked so much .about before  .election, but our neighbours to the  southhave already erected a wall  so. high.that our. enthusiasts here  can only thorise as to what is  going on at the other side.  The Lord Chancellor in  "Iolauthe" used to say that the  law was "the true embodiment of  everything that's excellent," but  he reckoned without the Attorney  General's department iu Manitoba.  ^Anderson,���������the-^Conservati re,���������in  whose case the jury twice  disagreed standing on each  occasion ten to two for acquittal,  is to - have yet another trial,  contrary to the well known custom  in such cases, but W. H. King, the  Liberal,' whose affidavit iu connection with ' a recent election  petition was described by the  Manitoba full court as deliberately  1'Use and au abuse of the process  of the court, has not only not been  charged with perjury, but has  received an appointment as immigration agent. "Tlie wages of sin  ii"���������a Government job.  Hon. Sydney Fisher, addressing  theiecent prohibition convention  at Montreal, urged the temperance  parity to greater energy and  activity. The forthcoming plebiscite meant war to the death, and  if the temperance people won a  prohibitory war would follow,  and the liquor traffic would be  killed in this country. He said he  was not the only member of the  Cabinet who was interested in the  suppression of liquor. If report  be true there are many prominent  politicians on both sides of the  House who devote a good deal of  < iine to- "putting down" drink,  11 nd if these gentlemen wish to  make no others temperate, they  <-houId themselves set the example  ���������as a great poet has truly said:  "There is a public house  - Which everyone can close.  It is the little nublic house  Just'below the nose."'  The new C. P. 11. steamer for ser  vice on the Columbia will be 175 feel,  lung wilhalicam of 28 feet, and will  lie fitted with 12 inch cylinders I hat  will.have an eight foot stroke. The;  Jtoilera will have great power capacity  (-ufflcient to attain speed that will en-  stble the round trip between Robson  -aiid Arrowhejad in one day. The  general model of the boat will be similar to the fast steamer Telephone  ���������which plies between Portland and  Astoria at the-niouth of the Columbia  liv'er.  In Kootcnay's Greatest Centre���������Rossland Overdone���������A Tremendous Rush  ���������Both Sides of the Picture���������Importance of Good Management���������Le Roi  Mine���������A   New   Era  for   Rossland.  On Do.uu* tiieKokani"'-:, Kootenay  Lake, Alarch 10.���������I wrote my last  letter from the steamboat Nakusp iind  and am now en route from Nelson to  Kaslo on the Kokanec, a smaller boat  than the Nakusp, but fitted up in the  same comfortable style, with state  looms and dining, reading and smoking rooms. In a smaller way these  boats are as elaborately finished as  some of the Atlantic liners, and travelling aboard them is as enjoyable as  can well be. The scenery is grand,  the meals gooel, the company lively,  the: attendants courteous, and for  those who like that sort of thing there  is a bar on board. For the benefit of  Albertans who have not taken the  Kootenay trip it may be interesting to  sketch the route. The round trip  taking in all tho chief points means  nearly one thousaiut miles of travel.  You leave the C. P. R. main line at  Revelstoke, 2019 miles from Calgary;  tiike the train for 23 miles of a branch  to Arrowhead; board the steamboat  to Robson. a trip of fifteen hours; here  you are transferred over a few miles  of railway to a smaller boat which  takes you to Trail. In high water the  boats can run right down to Trail, but  at present the water is so shallow and  the rajiids so bad that a short poitage  is necessary. From Trail the little old  Lethbridge-Duninore cars carry vou  up the mountain over the "turkey  track" by means of numerous zig-zag  switch backs to Rossland. Returning  you may reach Nelson by either the  American branch lines which have  been pushed up from the south, or the  boats and the branch road from Robson. At Nelson another boat is taken  to Kaslo, n three hours run; then the.  narrow guage road to Sandon, which  is connected by a C. P. R. branch with  the town of Nakusp, where the steamboat of the same name is ready to pick  you uj) for Arrowhead once more.  KOSSLAND.  The* 1 tush  into    West Kootenay is  already so great that it is appalling to  dwell on what it will  be in a couple of  months.   The best hotels in  Rossland  are constantly   crowded.     There are  SI licensed places there  besides boarding houses without number,   and J. G.  AlcCall'.im (formerly   of  Calgary).has  contracts for building five more hotels.  The visitor to Rossland comes away  with mixed feelings.   In the lirst place  there is no ejiu'Stion about the fact that  she has got-the   boomiest   kind   of a  boom on her hands.   The situation in  two sentences, is this:     The   working  mines of Rossland with their present  nay roll, would support a town^ of perhaps  ii  thousand    people.     She has  already seven thousand and will have  double that before the summer is over.  Alore than half the people   in   Rossland have no  legitimate  justificetion  for being there���������except  perhaps  that  they can't get out.    Hundreds of men  are. either looking for jobs or begging.  They have nowhere to sleep but on the.  lloors and chairs of saloons.    In every  line of business except hotels there are  tour men   where  there   ought  to be  only one.   Hotels will pay   for a year  or two   hut  many   of   them   will  he  worthless when the tide turns.   Bankrupt stocks of merchandiseare already  on the market.     Alore money is being  spent over bars and in   houses  of   ill-  (which contain   nearly   100    inmates)  than would build a town.     You can't  walk down the principal street at dusk  without being asked"for  a quarter to"  buy a meal.   There are more minim*  brokers in Rossland   than   would   fill  the largest jail in Canada.     How they  live is an unknown problem.  So much for the dark side of Rossland. There is another side. Tremendously ovpi done as it i.s there can  be no doubt that Rossland is and will  be a great mining camp. Whether it  .will become a great permanent commercial centre remains to be proved.  Out of hundreds of propositions at  present before the public there* will be  many good paying mines. How manv  or how few nohodv can fell- The dividend payers are the Le Ren and War  Eagle, the lirst having paid $325,000  and the second $187,000. A great  number ot others have been sulTlcieni-  ly openeil up to ensure their being  profitable propositions provided tlioy  are in the hands of wise, honest and  practical management. Too much importance cannot he placed on this for  there are good mines in Kootenay  \vhose**sliareholders are being robbed  through incompetent, foolish, extravagant and sometimes corrupt management.    But ot this more hereafter.  I visited the War Eagle, Le Roi and  some of the smaller mines. The Le  Roi is of course the. greatest mine in  the camp. In the size of its ledge and  the tjuantity ot ore shipped it exceeds  them all, though there are mines with  richer ore. Tt has an immense pay  roll and i.s splendidly managed. Its  promoters, with one exception, were  poor men, Spokane lawyers, for whom  the banks would not have discounted  a ten dollar note a few years ago; today they are millionaires. They deserve their good fortune, for they  struggled hardagainstdisconrngement  and reverses. The superintendent,  Capt. Hall, i.s a hard-working, hard-  headed practical miner, who has no  use for frills and reel tape. His experience began in IS 10. in the famous  Cairnsmore lead mines in Scotland.  Before going to Rossland he was for Ifi  years manager of tho Alice mine in  Montana.  low riitAiiK e>itE.  He discussed the recent remarkable test of eleven tons of  "low grade Im Roi ore; in the (i. IC.  concentrator. He said the result was  highly satisfactory and if sustained by  subseejuerit experiments woulel certainly cause; a revolution in the mines  of Rossland. What to do with her  thousands of tons of low grade pre has  loni>- nuzzleel Rosslajiil'si miners. Ore  containing less than $15 to $20 of gold  per ton would not payyto ship, for the  freight and smelting charges of Mr.  Heinze's smelter at Trail are $11 per  , ton and to ship to American smelters  meaus an expense of $14 and upwards  per ton. At the suggestion of Air.  Rush, a Tacoma smelting man, last  week a small shipment of ore from the  Le Roi's dump was selected and put  through a concentrating mill near by.  The result as given by Cajitain Hall  was as follows:  Gross value of ore milled 10.1.  tons at $10 per ton.... 1(18 00.  Gold    and    silver    saved    on  plates $ 07 85  Gross value of concentrates....     -13 82  Totalyalueof inineralssaved. $111 07  Percentage of extraction 05.  Ratio of concentration, (I to 1.  Tho average for tho 10J tons of crude  ore used in the test was $10 per ton.  An average of the dumj) from which  this ore was taken is about $10 per  ton, but while the men were shovelling the: ore into wagons Cajitain Hall  hael all large masses of waste picked  out and thrown to one side, with tho  consetjuencp that tho ore shipped to  the O. K. showed better values than  expected. From these 10". tons of ore  there were saved on the plates a trifle  over five ounces of gold, and in  addition 3,001 pounds of concentrates,  net dry weight. The concentrates  averaged LOS ounces gold. 2.03 ounces  silver, and 2A per cent in copper. The  tailings assayed $5 in all values. The  gold saved on the plates was made  into a brick, wliich was found on  being tested to have a, fineness of .010  anel a value of $07.81, including silver.  Alining men seem to be agreed that  the result ot this test ensures a  tremendous future for Rossland  mines, The Aliner, an excellent but  extremely sanguine paper, is making  all it can out of this "wonderful  discovery."   This is what it says:  "What this means to a camp like  Rossland, which has hundreds of  thousands of tons of low grade  silicious ores in sight, is perhaps not  at first apjiarent, though every  experienced mining man knows that  it amounts to a complete revolution.  Had some fairy dropped into camp  ���������ind with one touch of her wand  transformed all our low grade ore into  a $20 smelting product, the dullest  understanding would realize that an  enormous, an incalculable sum bad  been added to the wealth of Canada,  and yet this good fairy's work would,  in all probability, have added less to  the camp's prosperty 'and given less  assurance to its future than has this  simple discovery that the Le Roi's  silicious ore' is a" free milling and  concentrating instead of a smelting  m-oposition. The discovery means  that within a year Rossland will  e;onlain numerous mills which will be  turning out each month hundreds of  thousands of dollars in yellow bullion,  and in addition thousands of tons of  high grade concentrates for treatment  in nearby smelters."-  It would take a book to contain all  that should be written about Rossland  and Trail, but as this letter is already  too long I will leave further impressions for the next. J. J. Y".  A GOOD INDIAN  CHARCOAL HAS BEEN  TO ETERNITY  SENT  FOR THE MURDER OF WILDE  BUSTED KANSAS  The story of Western Kansas is one  of the saddest in history unconnected  with war. East and "West have suffered together there, but not equally,  for while the Easterners have lost  some: money the "Westerner has lost  his all. And let the Eastern investor  seeking for an object on which to vent  his wrath look not at his fellow victim  but at the distinguished speculators of  the Eastern cities, and their able and  unscrupulous lieutenants in the West  who put up the job.' Every one of  those deserted farms is mortgaged,  and so likewise tire the abandoned  stores and dwellings. Why should  they not be? Your agent, AH*. Eastern  Investor, pursued those people ;is the  wife ot Potiphar pursued Joseph,  soliciting an opportunity to place a  loan on .their property. He got his  commissions; he was looking out for  commissions,���������not���������for-yoii:���������But-you  are not blameless: it was incumbent  upon you to know where, ycur money  was going. If you "embarked it in  financial craft built on lines that insured sinking, don't blame the sailors  at the bottom of the sea; blame yourself or those who counseled you that  the thing was safe. Then, again, the  whole country is bonded. The bonds-  are largely worthless. What value,  think you, is there in school house  bonds when the people are gone, or  barge bonds where there i.s no travel,  or nonels on railroads with abandoned  tracks? One county has declared it>  vr-lf binkrnpt. Others are sure to foi  low. 11 is time that the facts in the  c.ise be plainly and bluntly stated, anel  the re-jiroach that unjustly attaches to  tlie Western farmer for what he could  nut help be shifted to the shoulders of  the ["'astern financier and his local representatives.���������From "In Defense of  Kansas." by the lion. Edwin Tnvlor,  North American Review for Alarch.  The- Drop Was Pulled at 8.08 O'CIoclc  And His Neck Was Dislocated-  Pronounced Dead in Eleven Minutes  ���������The Crime for Which   he Hung  Macleod, March 10.���������The execution  ot Charcoal, the Indian murderer,  took place lit the North West Mounted  Police barracks here this "morning  promptly at 8 o'clock before a limited  number eif witnesses,    ,  The scaffold was erected In a corral  about 300 yards from the guard room  where Charcoal hael been confined  since ho was sentenced.' Only Sheriff  Campbell, Father L'Egal. the executioner, police officers, physicians, press  representatives and two or three  others were present.  Crow Eagle, the head chief of the  Piegan Indians, and one Blood Indian  were also present.  The'scaffold was completely enclosed  with a drop of six feet. Charcoal was  unable to walk and was driven from  the guard room to the place of execution and was carried up the stairs and  placed in a sitting position on' a chair  on tlje tran. Promptly at eight minutes past 8 o'clock the lever was pulled  by-John Smith, the* hangman, and  Charcoal dropped swiftly to eternity.  His neck was instantly dislocated and  death was practically instantaneous,  but he was left hanging for 11-- minutes, when he was pronounced deael  by the physicians present. The body  was then taken down and placed, in a  coffin, when a coroner's inejuest was  held with the usual verdict.  The arrangements were perfect and  notahitch occurred in the proceedings,  while the executioners work was done  quickly'and well. ���������-,  Charcoal (faced the trying ordeal  with'great courage shewing no.sign of  funking or fear, except one or' two  gasps just before the trap' was  sprung. He made no speech - iind  conducted ' himself with ���������- dignity.  Crow; - Eagle remarking that he died  Iike'ti Blackfoot Indian. The 'Rev.'  Father L'Egal, the Roman Catholic  Missionary at the Blood, reserve' has  been a most faithful attendant on the  condemned man, who' had accepted  the-Christiiin faith. The Rev. Father  was with him last- night until- eleven  o'clock, when at Charcoal's Request he  left him until six this morning, remaining with him till the last. Charcoal was restless last night. He did  not sleep but smoked and sang hymns.  He ate a good breakfast just at seven  o'clock, 'lhebody has, been token to  the Blood reserve for burial hv Father  LEgal. There is no apparent excite-  citement among the Indians and;'very  few are in from the reserve. A cordon  of Police was drawn around the Barracks and no one ��������� permitted to ��������� come  within fifty yards of the.fence without  a pass. *   ���������' '    ���������*  SYNOPSIS OF CHARCOAL'S CRIME.  The story of the events which led up  to the crime for which;today Charcoal  suffered death is uncommon even in  Indian life.-,. He .was. 'for an Indian,  comparatively well off, and-'was' the  owner of two wives and a number of  horses. Having, as it was said, discovered one of his wives in .in act of  infidelity he promptly' shot-' her  seducer, and on the discovery of the  corpse took to the hills. While the  excitement in connection with this  murder was still at its height the  country around Macleod was startled  by the news of another attempt at  murder, when a bullet,- narrowly missed Mr. McNeill, the farm,-instructor  on the Blood reserve, while seated at  night in his own house. This attemjit  was'lightly or. otherwise attributed to  Charcoal,  the.n an outlaw,  and  behalf of his client?. As * reported  in The Herald a few days  ago, the evidence of confession  in the Indian murder case wliich was  practically the whole case against him  on that occasion and which was  objected to at the time by Air. Harvey,  was held by the court en banc to have  been inadmissible, and the conviction  on this charge was ordered to bo  quashed. But iu the Wilde case, there  was no room for the exercise of  legal talent- . Several eye witnesses  saw the shooting and the jury found a  verdict of guilty.  Thu jnisoncr was duly sentenced to  death, the date of his execution being  lixed for today in order to pcnnl the  presiding judge to report the proceedings to tho Governor General in accordance with the law in ��������� the North  West Territories. It was stated that  efforts were being to obtain a commutation of the death sentence, but  the^Governor-Geiieral feeling that the  law should bo permitted to take its  course, notified the Lieut.-Governor to  that effect and the evemt this morning  closed the episode���������one of the most  memorable in the history of the North  West,   where,' fortunately, murder is  NEW EASTER COSTUMES  so rare -that; a "hanging  never, takes place.  seldom ot  IMPERIAL BANK  __    OF CA.MADA  Head Office, Toronto  Amusing, if not   Instructive.  A London periodical recently offered  a prize for the; best collection of unintentionally -amusing advertisements.  Hero is a part of one list, ft embodies  illustrations of thecurious effect which  the misplacing of a comma, or of a  word or two, often has upon the meaning of a sentence:  "Annual sale now going on. Don't  go elsewhere to be cheated���������come in  here."  "A lady wants to sell her piano, as  she i.s going abroad in a strong .ron  frame."  "Wanted, a room for two gentlemen  aliout thirty feet long and twenty feet  broad."'  '���������Lost, a collie doer by a man on Saturday answering to Jim with a brass  collar around his   neck and a mti/./.le."  "Wanted, by a respectable girl her  passage to New York, willing to take;  care; of children and a good tailor."  "Respectable widow wants washing  on Tuesday." M  "Por sal", a pianotorle. the property  of a musician with carved Ie;gs."  "Al. Brown, furrier, begs tn announce  that he will make uj> gown.", capes,  etc.. for ladies out of their own skins '  "A boy wanteel who can open oysters  with a reference."  "Bulldog for sale, will eat anything;  very fond of children."  "Wanted, an organist and a boy to  blow the same."  "Wanted, a boy to be partly outside  and partly, behind the counter." "  eveiy  effort was made by the.AIacleod police  trrce, under Superintendent Steele, to  effect his capture. Owing to the difficult; nature of the country, with every  foot of which Charcoal was familial-,  and the fact that he was undoubtedly  being, assisted by friends among the  tribe, his capture was'no easy matter.  A report which located him in a certain neighbourhood at a certain time  was immediately followed by another  which proved him to have changpd his  position with extraordinary rapidity  to some other point far distant. At  times the police, were.almost upon  bun, but he succeeded more than once in  eluding arrest when there seemed to  be very little chance of escape. Emboldened by sue.'cess, he began to take  desperate chances, and evidently felt  Oat as arrest meant death he would  sell his life only at the highest price.  On one memorable occasion he was  located in the; Pincher creek, district,  anel his capture seemed .so easy  that Sergeant Wilde, who was in  charge of the search party, instead of  -.hooting the Indian down as he might  have done, endeavoured to effect his  capture without loss of life. Putting  spurs tohishors2, he left his companions and rode after Charcoal, who  was also mounted. Almost at the  moment when he had reached out to  hold his prisoner the Indian turnel  half round arid shot him dead. Wilde  fell from his horse, and Charcoal,  abandoning his own, mounted the big  police horse, and possessing himself of  Wilde's rifle, fled for his life. The  death of Wilde, who was a popular  favourite in the south among the  settlers and even among the; Indians,  as well as throughout tlie jxilice force,  caused intense excitement, nnd the  efforts to effect the capture of his  murderer went redoubled. The aid  of the family n'l Charcoal was invoked,  anel one day when he entered the  tent of a relative in search of food,  feeling comparatively secure, his arrest was cffecte;d by the; Indians, who  communicated at once with the police,  and he was conveyed to th������ gunrcl  room in the.AIacleod barracks. He  was committed to take his trial on  three charges, viz., the murder 01  the Indian, Medicine Pipe Stem, the  attempt on the life of Air. McNeill,nnd  tho murder ot the ill-fated Sergeant  Wilde. His trial came on at Alacleod  on Jannary2U_.li, before Mr. Justice  Scott and a jury, when he was found  guilty of the Indian murder and the*  murder of Wilde, the other charge hot  being proceeded with. Charcoal was  represented at his trials by Air. H.  Harvey, of Calgary, whose services  were retained by the Indian Department, and who spared' no effort on be-  "Tho materials shown for the early  Easter costumes range from the  smooth cloths and mixed suitings  down to tho jiretty lighl-weieiit silks,  heavier striped moires, and miroir  effects in wool," writes Isabell A.  Mallon in the March" Ladies' Home  Journal. "The suitings in checks  show the mixed effect caused hy the  skilful intermingling of many threads  of different colours. They are also in  thu plain shades of mode, steel blue,  silver gray, heliotro|ie, cadet, and the  many other colours that are approved  for spring wear. Iu the smooth cloths  the rather bright green known as  emerald, a somewhat deep but still  a bright blue reseda, and, of course,  black, are noted. Silks iu the plain  colours are almost entirely used for  skirts; another silk, ilgurecl or striped,  but in harmony, forming the bodice  or jacket basque. The bolero jacket  will 00tain for the spring costumes.  Sleeves are fitted to the shape of tho  arm with great care. They are  invariably trimmed���������oftcnest on lhe  shoulders, but quite as often tlie  trimming is placed about each wrist  to harmonize with the shoulder  trimming. Lace and chiffon may bo  said to lead iu the spiing decorations.  The trimmed skirt is a certainty, but  skirts are not as wide, fit smoothly  about the hips,- and have the necessary  spring starting from just above  the knees,"   .<   *  Paid Up Capital  Reserve    -   -  -   51,963,600  -    1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R.Memtt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William ltatnsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  -  Prairie  Prince Albert  Ontario  Vancouvei,  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  THE   POWERS   ARE   NUTTY  Essex Niagara Falls    St." Thomas  Fergus   .    Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    Sault' St. .Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Agents in Great Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,' London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by ' letter or cable to any  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Alontreal, Bank- of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St. Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Alunicipal  and other debentures purchased.  - Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia," New  Zealand, etc  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  They are gathering round the island,  They're besieging little Crete;  They have tons of guns iind powder  On the vessels of each fleet;  They could blow the isle to atoms���������  Yes, and smile, too, as they blew it���������  For they'll keep the peace of Europe  ' If it takes a tight to do it.  They aie growling at each other-���������  Like a lot of angry curs;  Each is jealous and suspicious  If another bulldog stirs;   -  . ���������  Each would like to crush the others,  Yet each knows that he would rue it,  And they'll keep the peace of Europe,  ' If it takes a tight to do it!  Yes, they're gathering round the  isle',  And soon there wilfbe fun,  For all the powers are singing,.  Johnny get your gun. ���������  But the gritty Greeks don't care a'claui  - For the other nations great,  And George says if they interfeie  ��������� Ho will them mutilate.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital  Rest Fund   -  Head Office-  $2,000,000  -    1,375,000  -Montreal  ,BOARD OF DIRECTORS  'John H. R. Molson, President .  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay    _.      Henry Archhald  Samuel Finlev    W.ALMacpherson  J. P. Cleghorn  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manage**  A. D. Durnford,' Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank, receives on favonrabl:  terms the accounts of individuals,firms,  bankers and ��������� municipal and - othe  corporations.  Interest allowed    on   deposits   at  current rates.  English  and   American    exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES ;  Aylmer, Ont'.  Brockville, Ont,  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Opt.  Hamilton, Out,  London, Ont.  Aleaforel, Out.  Alontreal,'P. Q.  St. Catharine  - St. Branch,  Morrisburg, On t.  Norwich, Ont.  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Kidgetown, Ont.  ���������  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont. '  Toronto, Out.  TorontoJunc'n.Ont  Trenfon, Ont.        -.  Waterloo, Ont  Wbodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  CALGARV BRANCH  Geo. C  McGregor Mgp  WINNIPKe BBANCH  Ti 8. Phepoe. BTan.og.er   ���������  Fran k<* Julian  Dealer in '  First Class  DRY WOOD  AH orders left with Mr. II. N.  Coursier will receive my prompt  and careful attention.  Any one Requiring  WOOD  ������������������ Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming  Than you can afford to      -  steal   it and   take the,  chances of being caught"  paying  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 aud valuable experience in the  building business.' - '  Shop Job "Work Done  Ontario hardwoods kept in stock.  Also odds and ends which are useful  in our line of business.  Workmanship Guaranteed  '  *   *������~-Termfl  Cash  KSpeeialty  Douu Prices  When- in Vancouver stop at tho  Gold House  in  Eree bus nt all trains.  Comfortable  and   lirst-class  every respect.  Rates:   $1.00 and $1.50 aday.  GIBBONS & BLAXCIIPIELD,  ^-^f20"tf=.���������-^----^-Proprietors.'  Go to Tapping's  Building for���������  i  s  No. 1 Oats    --    ���������  Chop   Feed ,  ���������  Creamery Butter  Fresh  Eggs, Etc.  All orders by mnll aro carefully  ntended to at bottom prices.  J. McCALLUM. Revelstoke Stn.  ���������   1  ExtrewtsfromMiningLawBOf British Columbia  . 1. Any person ovor H years of ago or any  joint Block company, or foreign company, can  obtain a froo miner's cciilflrot-*. for one or  moro years, paying u too of 85.C0 for each year.  2. A froo mlcer cun'at anytime) obtain s  oortillcato commencing to -nn at 1 bo expiration  of his then existing ccrliflcalo, hv paying tbo  regular feo and producing such existing  cort ideate.  . 3. A frco minor's certificate is not transferable.  I. Any perron or joint stock company,  mining or working on a, mineral claim  witlmut having token out a froo minor's  certificate ii liable to pay a penalty not  exceeding 825, and costs.  5. No- person, or   jo'ot   Ptook   company. ,  can hold any right or interest to or in any  mineral claim, unless he or It shall have a frco  miner's certificate unexpired.  Should any cn-owner fail to keep lip his freo  miner's certificate, his interest becomes vested  in his co-owners,  A shareholder in a jointstock company need  not bo a freo miner.        n  6. A free minor, daring the continuance of  his certillcato, but no longer, has the right to  enter, locate, prospect and - mine upon any  waste lands of the Crown, for all minerals  other than coal. "-  7. A freo miner may hol'l not more than one  mineral claim on the same vein or lode,  except by purchase.  8. A freo miner may kill gamo for his own  cue while prospecting or'mininp.  9. A free miner shall have all the rights and  privileges granted to free miners by tho  "Placer Mining Act."  10. A free miner's interest in hii mineral  claim���������save ss to cla-ms held as real estate���������  is a chattel interest.  LOCATING  MINEItAL CLAIMS. '  1. A mineral claim muat not exceed  1,500  feet in length by 1,500 feet in breadth.  3. All angles must be right angles.  3. The cla'm mun be marked by two legal  posts, numbered 1 and 2, placed as nearly  as possible on the line of the! lode or  vein, and not more than 1 SCO feet apart.  4. A leiral post, rnirked "Discovery Tost'  must also be placed on tbe lode where It ws  dise-overed. k)  5. The line from 1 to 2 must be distinctly  marVed by blazing trees, cutting underbrnEB,  or planting posts.  6. Locations made on Sunday, or any pnbllc  holiday, arc not for that reason invalid.  *?:-  'J  ������*  m  J FOREIGN  RUSSIA PLAYING A TWO-FACED  GAME WITH BOTH  TURKEY AND  THE  POWERS  Lord Salisbury's Policy Spoken Favourably  of���������Everything Awaiting   the  ,  Action of the Powers���������The Turks  on Guard���������Oscar Wilde is in  Paris  St. PKTEitsnuiio. March 111.���������It is  asserted in ofllci'il circles here that  the opposition of Great Britain and  more particularly of France, was  what pi evented the adoption of the  proposal to occupy Crete with 10,0ff0  European troops. Greece it is understood is relying upon the effect of  public opinion in England and France,  and a sort of threat is sent out here  thai by persistence in this policy  France is endangering her understanding with Russia, and both England anel France may find theinselvesin  unenviable isolation, opposed to the  new grouping of Russia, Austria'and  Germany.  AGAINST  COERCION*  London*, March 12.���������A great meeting was held in St. James hall this  evening to protest against the proposal  of the powers to apply coercion to  to'Greece. Resolutions denouncing  this policy were adopted with enthusiasm and strong speeches by Herbert  Gladstone, John Dillon, Labouchere  and'others. Right Hon. W. E. Glad-  Stone telegraphed from Cannes to the  meetings: "Good health to your  efforts."  London, March 15.���������Between 30,000  and' -10,000 people crowded the . ap-  ptouches to Trafalgar square this  afternoon to express their sympathy  with Greece and Crete according to  posters which were issued announcing  a meeting to "assist the diplomats to  make up their minds."  Gleaning opinions upon Lord Salisbury's Greece-Cretan policy from, all  possible quarters, it is discovered that  the balance of opinion in the lobbies of  the House ot Commons, in the leading  London and provincial clubs, and in  all diplomatic circles that are accessible, is decisively in his favour.  PREPARATIONS GOING ON.  Athens, March 15.���������Everything remains in statu e_uo pending the action  of the powers. _ The Assistant Minister  of War is hastening in every possible  way military preparations precisely as  if war were already declared. Great  uneasiness has been been caused by  the strained situation on the frontier.  Grave advices are being lece.ived from  Larissa. A despatch states that 18,000  troops have been concentrated near  "Elassona. The.Turks have formed  two irregular battalions to guard the  Thessalian pusses through which insurgent bands could enter Macedonia.  HEARD .11031 AGAIN.  London, March 15.���������A letter dated  ;it Paris has been received from Oscar  Wilde, who was released from prison  si.v-weeks ago, three months before  theTeorapletiou of his sentence. The  release is said to have been ordered on  medical grounds.  Athens, March 10.���������There is no  longer any doubt but that secret negotiations are proceeding between, King  George of Greec5r_aud th<"_,Russian  Government. The information comes  from a high and absolutely trustworthy authority. Russia is undoubtedly  playing a two-faced game with the  Turkish government iind with tbe  powers. There is an exp'icit understanding -that when' the Greek army  crosses the frontier. Rirssia shall find  some pretext to seize Constantinople.  The understanding iis far as -King  George is concerned is that in the  general conflict in the Balkans, which  is sure to follow any fighting on the  frontier, and in the disti ibution of the  Turkish Empire-which would follow  the seizure^of Constantinople, by the  "~ltussiansrGree"ce"would"b"trencouraged"  to seize Macedonia with the Czar's  promise in advance that she would be  permitted to retain that province.  THE IU.OCKADE ORDERED.  St. Petersburg, March 10.���������-All the  admirals, except the French and Italian commanders, have been ordered  to blockade immediately the principal  Greek ports, especially "Piraeus, Syria  and A"alo.' An ultimatum will be addressed forthwith to Greece by tin.'  Admirals of the foreign fleets.  IN   THE   U.   S.   CONGRESS  The Commission of Sir Richard Cartwright and Hon. L. H. Davies Will  Prove Fruitless���������The U. S. Markets'  Will be Closed to.Canadian Farmers  Washington, March 13.���������The hopes  ���������of" the Canadian administration for  ���������closer reciprocal relations with the  United States will be defeated by the  Uingley bill. The liberal party,  under "Laurier's leadership, had tried  to mate closer commercial affiliations  with the United States. One of its  foremost policies and one of the first  nets of administration was to send Sir  Hichard Cartwright and Hon. C. H.  Davies to Washington as commissioners! to pave the way for reciprocity.  This; mission proved fruitless because  they desired to open the markets of  this country to the farm products of  Canada. In .their interview with  Chairman Dingley and other members  of the committee they were told in  ���������dinlouiatic terms, but emphatically,  that the design of the new tariff bill  would be to preserve the markets of  the United States to its own farmers  by adequate protective duties on all  farm products.  CANADIAN HORSES  THEIR   PRESENT   POSITION ON  THE ENGLISH MARKET  Several of Them are Affected With a  Catarrhal Disease���������The Disease is  Fatal���������Better Scrutiny Should be  Exercised���������Horses Too Young  louoNTi), March 10,���������The Toronto  Telegram's special cable from London  says: Complaints were recently made  that among the large numbers of Canadian horses i in polled during 1SVJ0  some are iilVected with a diseaso of an  infectious catarrhal description, and  conseiiuently much ��������� injury has been  done to shippers through these reports. The di������euse is rarely fatal, but  the popularity nf Canadinu horses has  been alfecteel, feu- one affected animal  shipped is liable to affect the entire  cargo. Buyers here suggest that tho  strictest scrutiny should be exercised  prior to shipment.  Another complaint is that horses  arc shipped too young and in consequence are unable to perform the work  required of them. Horses under five  years should not be shipped.  The Good Enough mine declared a  -dividend of $21.00(1 on Saturday last.  It adjoins the Reco in Slocan, and is  not incorporated.  English capitalists in Toronto are  endeavouring to syndicate the whiskey business of Canada.  Tlie ore receipts at Kaslo last week  were S00 tome, worth .$7">,000. The  shipments for the week establish a  new lecord for tlie Slocan.  The Royal Canadian Humane Society  has awarded a bravery medal to James  ilcmsworth, of Rossland, whose heroic  conduct was described some time ago  in Thk Herald. The medal has been  forwarded to Mr, T. A. Stephen for  presentation.  THE ARABS TRUST  New Denver Ledge.���������We are often  amused at the manner in which some  promoters of mining stock companies  do business. With no capital except  their gall they will stock almost anything "for a million and advertise for  suckers in the east. The result very  often puts us in mitid of the following  way in which some city Arabs formed  a trust: '  Danny, Patsy and Jimmy were going  down street one day, when Patsy  found a nickel. Then the -question  rose, what to do with the wealth.  Said Danny, "Lot's git up a tigar  trust. I'll be de president, Jimmy kin  be de seeretirv and Patsy kin be de  stockholder anel put in de nickel fur  de capital." The trust was formed  and the company's capital was invested in a cigar. -The president cut  the cigar in two, he and the secretary  each took a section, lit up, and proceeded to enjoy themselves. "Hold on  fellers," said Patsy, '"where does I  come in on dis?" "Oh," said the president, loftily, ?"yous is de shareholder,  Patsy.   Yous kin spit."        - -   ������������������      , '  ASSAULT EACH OTHER  SERIOUS   RAILWAY   CALAMITY  NARROWLY AVERTED  A Freight and Passenger Engine at the  'Peg Came to Grief���������The Deck  Hands and   Passengers Shaken Up  Winnipeg, March 13.���������A serious  railway calamity was narrowly averted  within*the city limits last evening. A  south bound Great Northern passenger train and an incoming freight  from Carman crashed into each other  on the Pembina branch at the point  where Lt-giui street crosses the track.  The two engines are complete wrecks.  One of the engineers, a conductor, a  baggageman and a passenger were  slightly injured. Several others were  badly sliaKen'tip and frightened, but  beyond this there were no disastrous  results.   ���������������. ������  BEFORE THE FIGHT  t  Kidney  Disease  Father Lacoinbe is in Ottawa."  Mr. "Joe" Martin has arrived at  Rossland.  ' Kaslo exported durinc. February  2,113 tons of ore worth $223,852.  The Winnipeg Tribune states that  the St. Boniface election will be  protested.       ..  British imports from ' Canada increased 100 per cent for the first two  months of 1807.  Professor Henry Drmnmond,' the  eminent Scotch scholar, is dead at the  age of -10 years.  There, is a mine on Toad mountain,  about a mile west of the*Silver King,  called the Calgary.  ' A company of the Royal Canadian  Infantry will accompany Premier  Laurier to England.  A protest will be entered against the  retorn of Mr. Heyd, the Liberal  member for South Brant.  C. P. It.1" traffic returns for the week  ending March 7th were $325,000.  against !*;345,000 for tho same week.last  year.  ��������� The ��������� Young Liberals of Toronto  have passed a resolution condemning  the stand taken by tho Globe on the  Crow's Nest matter.  The Grand Lodge, Ancient Order  United Workmen, for British  Columbia, has adopted the classified  assessment plan by thirty to "four.  Another party of the North West  Mounted Police will be sent to the  Yukon early this summer. Inspector  Scarthwill "form" one of-the' numberr���������  Mr. W. B. Scarth. Deputy Minister  of Agriculture, will be Deputy, Commissioner ot Patents also.' .This, office  has been vacant since the death of Mr.  Pope. ,.  The Regina Reform Association has  passed a strong resolution commending  ,the stand of the Hon, A. G. Blair for  Government control of the Crow's  Nest Railway. .  It is, stated that an appeal will be  taken to the Supreme Co.irtof Canada  from the* decision of tile court en banc  in P.-iturn versus Alberta Railway and  Coal Company.  Professor Robertson, Agricultural  Commissioner, has issued a bulletin  for farmers and dairymen, giving  concise directions how to equip a smalt  sized cold storage building.  Throughout Manitoba this season  more snow is said to have fallen than  in anv previous winter of tho Province's history. A epiick thaw may  result in a very serious flood.  The Herald has received information from a. r reliable source that  the Canadian Pacific Railway not only  intends building a road through the  Crow's Nest Pass but also one through  the Kootenay Eass, which is about 50  miles farther to the south andis besides a much easier pass through wliich  -to build.  ,-'La Presse is informed bv a high  church dignitary that the Pope has  not given orders to the Bishop to stop  the szhool agitation, that no delegate  has been appointed for Canada, and  that Archbishop Begin has gone to  Rome to be appointed Archbishop of  Montreal with right of succession to  Cardinal Taschereau.  Barlow Cumberland was elected  Supreme Grand President of the Sons  of England by the Grand Lodge at  Brantford last Thursday. A petition  was presented from the members of  the order in the North West Territorr  ies asking for power to form a district  council in Winnipeg and to appoint  an officials organizer with headquarters in that city. The petition was  referred to the general purpose committee.  Mr. McConnell, of tho Geological  Survey Department, in his report of  the mining district in British (Joluii)r  hia. which he has just visited, propounds a theoiy reg.irtling its history.  He declares that Rossland is the site  of an ancient volcano which was  originally at the bottom of the sea.  He does not state the fact which affords some confirmation for his theory,  that a good deal of the "crathur" is  still to be found in the neighbourhood.  Carson City, March 13.���������The' great  sensation of today in this city was the  declaration made by Ex-Trainer  Muldooii, the famous wrestler,  regarding Robert Fitzsimmons.  Muldoon'is an acknowledged authority  on all matters pertaining to training  and physical culture, and his opinion  carries great weight with it. He  visited < Cook's ranche this morning  and had a long talk with Fitzsimmons.  He looked him over carefully in order  to  obtain  as   close an   estimate as  Possible as to his physical condition,  'he opinion he expressed after leaving  Fitzsimmons' training quarters was  not as favourable as it ought to have  been. Muldoon said to a party of  friends: "I took a walk with him and  had a long conversation. We  discussed the approaching fight and  Fitzsimmons to me, did not seem to be  at all over confident regarding  the result."  SrORTS LEAVE   FOR CARSON.  Boston, March 15.���������"Jimmy" Col-  ville, the well known sporting man,  who is to act as timekeeper for James  J. Corbett. at Carson, accompanied by  John L. Sullivan, Frank Dunn, Billy  Hurd and others left for the wes't  on Saturday.        ,  UI3TTING FAVOURS COIUIETT.  Chicago, March 13.���������Harry Hughes  bet George Ballard' $100 to $150 on  Fitzsimmons. Senator Coolman bet  $500 to  $100 with ' Ed.' Fleming  on  Corbett: ���������- ' ,_ ' ,-. ~_  .    .WITHOUT ACCEPTANCE.       ,"' *'  St. Louis, March 13.���������An offer of  $1,200 to $1,000 on Corbett" has stood  on the blackboard for tour ' days  without acceptance. Fitzsimmons'  stock is"1 improving, and it is believed  even money will be the figure' here  on the 17th. * "       '-..-,  ��������� Carson City, Nevada, March 16.���������  The long training which?- Robert  Fitzsimmons and James J. -Corbett  have been undergoing for ,the last  six ' weeks, placing themselves in  condition to battle for the heavyweight championship of the world,  the side bet of $10,000 each, and the  htake of $15,000 put up by Dan Stuart  on March 17, was practically concluded  today. -Both men trained conscientiously and well, though in  essentially'ditt'erent directions.. "Bob"  Fitzsimmons trained to increase his  weight and-hold his strength, 'while  Corbett- trained down, but is still a  very-heavy man'.' The, two pugilists  were never in better condition - in  their lives before. Fitzsimmons has  all the appearance of a big beef eating  Englishman, his face, is ruddy with  health, his. eye bright and step elastic,  Corbett is like a mettlesome race  horse, nervous in action, high strung  and with the temper ot a fiend. It is  the same temper that he exhibited the  day before he fought with Charley  Mitchell 'in New Orleans. ' Nothing  pleases him. He is savage as - a  famished lion. He knocks down and  knocks out his_.trainers and turns and  curses the spectators for laughing.  He wants fight worse than any man  that ever was seen. Corbett on the  scales a few days ago was 183 pounds,  and is therefore heavier ' than ever  before when in fighting trim., He is  also stronger and a better puncher,  but possibly a* few shades slower than  when he fought with ' John L."  Sullivan. Fitzsimmons is heavier  than ever before und can hit faster  and harder than ever. He also has  the advantage ot several ring lights to  bis credit since Corbett's tight wifh  Mitchell. His weight is exactly 172J  pounds, and he will go into the ring as  neaily at this weight' as ���������possible,  Even at this weight he gives Corbett  sporting men generally regard this as  a big handicap. Everything is now  settled regarding the details of the  big battle. Dan Stuart has practically  decided to hold all three fights on  Wednesday if the weather permits,  hot if it is a cloudy day on Wednesday  he will probably put on the Smith-  Green fight and postpone the Corliett-  Fitzsimmons contest until the following day. If the next day is cloudy the  Flaherty-Hawkins mill will take place  and the big light will be held over  until Friday..but this contingency is  not likely to happen.  Some Symptoms and Results:  A tongue with iissures shows  kidney derangement of long  standing.  When the gums are obscured  and recede from the' teetb, running  sores on any part of the body, ears  discharging, inflamed eyelids, salt  rhenm, erysipelas, blood poisoning  and most cases of dropsy and  eczemas indicate refuse left in the  body by inactive kidneys. Shaking  palsy, a jerking of the eyes or head  as seen in - the',- aged, St.' Vitus  dance, locomotor ataxia and many  ca3es of rheumatism are caused by  a -, tension of the nerves caused in  the beginning by the kidneys.   .  Brigbi's disease and diabetes,  opposite conditions, have '_. their  cause in the kidneys. '  Catarrh and other diseases of the  bladder are caused by the kidneys  doing defective woiijc,- leaving the  urine in an inflammatory state.  Grave), weak ankles*, hands and  feet alvc-ays wet with .perspiration,  and many cases where there is a  lack of perspiration, are abnormal  conditions- caused '" by abnormal  kidneys.  Varicocele, varicoso veins and  milk leg originate in defective  kidneys.  Curvature of the 'spine, in old or  young, and gout, are- caused by  deposits from the fluids of the body,  which "'should be- carried away by  the kidneys..     r - *   .'  ������������������ A'- cough or a fever may come  from" congested kidneys. ' .Constipation and female troubles"'may  arise from the same source.. ���������.���������  -Paraplegia is often the result of  weak kidneys. Paralysis of half or  the vrLolo .body may have its -fir*-.t  cause in the kidneys.  " We see here quite a formidable  array of troubles which may, be  originated or; fostered by. these  prominent organs "of ^excretion and  and .'we 'can readily see the great  necessity'for keeping,this avenue  for the expulsion of effete, matter,  highly charged as it - is * with  chemical poisons, free and open.  SOO PACIFIC LINE  The cheapest, quickest and best  route to  Toronto     New York      Philadelphia  Montreal    Boston    Halifax  and all Eastern and European Points  Tourist Cars leave Revelstoke  daily for St. Paul; for Toronto  every Monday; and for Montreal  und Boston every Thursday.  Preventative and - curative treatment'for'the kidneys "should be  These pills are now. allowed "by  physicians and .people who should  know, to be the best and leading  kidney pill upon the market. They  can hardly be called a patent  medicine because their formula has  been -submitted to tbe leading  physicians and are themselves the  result'' of years of study of one of  Ne wJYork's ^mosfcv-pronouncediand  successful doctors.  ;   For that dead tired gone feeling  there is no tonic equal to  A-, person feels languid, useless,  tired/fit for nothing, a feeling as if  one would fall all together into a  heap and it is a sign of a run down  constitution. When people are  that way there " is only one ��������� really  sure and 'positive - tonic and that  tonic' is SIMPSON'S KIDNEY  PILLS.r Get them and take no  others. Unscrupulous-people will  try and persuade .' you to take  something else. Be suspicious  of such persons.  SOc pep Box, 6 fop $2.50  SOUD BY  It is reported that Rossland's big  mine, the Le Roi, has been sold to an  English syndicate for $5,000,000. A  test of ore taken from tbe waste dump  gives 87.50 per ton of free milling  gold. ^_  TIME Ct\RD NO, I  To take effect on Wednesday. November Jji  1895.  Trains run on PaciQo Standard Time.  GOING WEST  DAILY  GOING EAST  8:00 am Leave*..  . ..Kaslo....  Arrive 3-30 p m  8:30 a r-l      "'    ..  .South Fork.  .   '���������      3:15 p ro  "���������-36 am      '������   ..  . .Sproule's ...  .   '���������      2:13 p m  9:51 a m      "   ���������  .Whitewater.  .   "      2:03 p m  10.03am      "   -  . Rear Lake .  .   ������������������     1:18 pm  10:18 am      "   .  ..McCluigan.  .   ������������������      1.33 pm  10.30 a pi      "   -  ... Bailey'a...  ..Junction ..  .   "     lr2I p m  10*38 am      "   .  ..   " ���������   1:12 p m  10:50 am Arrive.  , Leavel'OO p m  For rates and  Information apply   at   tl*  Company'sofficcs.   ,        '  R.W. BRYAN,  ROBT. IRVING. Supt and Asst. Treas.  Traffic Manager.  Empress of India, Empress of  Japan aud Empress of China sailing  every four weeks for China and  Japan.  Warimoo and Miowera sailing  monthly for Honolulu, Suava and  all Australian and New Zealand  ports. ,  For full xmrticulars apply to  nearest C. P. R. agent, or to  I.T.BREWSTER. <  Agent, Revelstoke.  GEO. McL. BROWN,  District Passenger Agent, Vancouver, British Columbia.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  >���������/'  METHODIST CHURCH - Revelstoke.  Preaching services at 11 a.m..andv7:30  p.m. Clam mooting at the close', ot the  morning aorvice. fcahbath school -and, Bible  (.lust) at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer moot-off  every weelnc-soay ovenlng at 7*311. p.m. -.The  public are cordially invited. Seals tree. "  REV. J. A. WOOD. Pastor.'  PRESHYTEUIAN 'CHUBCH-Rarcls "  BervJcp every  Sunday evening   al  V:30  p.ni.    Hlbe Cliss  al   2:30   p.m.;  to which  all are welcome.  M. OEDDE9. B  A.. Missionary.  TJOIA' TRINITY CHURCH-Revelstoke.'"  J. J.   Preacihlittr  services   every   Sunday at  11 a.m. and 7:30 p "**  ) p. ui.  REV. F.  YOLLAND. Rector.  ROMAN  stoke,  at 10:30 a.m.  CATHOLIC   CHUROU-Revel-  Mass   every   Sunday.' mornlne  REV. FATHER PEY.TAVIN. .,  PROFESSIONAL  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  ���������     and Fetail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders* Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf ���������    ��������� '  \\T   B. MoKECHNIE.  *������  . (M. II., M. D. C.'M.)   '.  Physician anel Surgeon. ������������������  Office In It. Samson's house "(next Presbyterian   Church).     Calls   by   telephone   or  telegraph promptly attended to.  Omoehonrui'  0:30 to II am, 1:3U to 1 and 7 toil p.m.  Reveistoke      -      ���������      British rdi.rMBM.  F. McCarty  '   Wholesale and Retail'  Butcher  Dealer in:  Milk Cows, Saddle,1 Pact'. .  Driving and Draugh'fcHorses."!  Revelstoke Station  B- 6.  O E. SHATtfV  Mining. 1' cal Estate and Insurance .Agent.  Typewritii telono "with accuracy and despatch".  Gene     A gent Ferguson Tpwnsite. "  Revelstoke      -     -      Bbitibb Cor*uMi.U.  rierehant?s Hotel  lllecillewaet, B. C;  This hotel has just been renoyated throughout, and is now  Hrst-class in every respect.    Good  accommodation. .Best"  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.   \ ��������� *  ",  ���������H  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ;       -   The Largest' Hotel in Town. . '  Centrally Located. ���������-"    _.  -    \ .     Best Accomodation.   - ....  - St. Leon Hot Springs, on Upper Arrow r  -i       v' ' Lake, run in connection.      / v .    -  Rates $1.00 Per Day.    '-    Choice Wines, Liquors "arid Cigars.-  ',*���������' BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revolst������ke;_*   *  When at  -<'  Golden, b. p.  The gateway to the  great East Kootenay"  gold fields   THE ftOQTENAY ^PUSE  assures you every' comfort," exquisite ���������'  tables and commodious rooms'.- ���������  Headquarters for coinniercial'arid    -'  mining men,   Free sample rooms.   '���������*  . - Fort 8tcelo Stage leaves Kootenay  House   every   alternate  Tuesday.,'  *  -Stri&tly-First Glass-  S-Mil Mi -Bwir'iV-a .  CALGARY-  Sold at NEW DENVER .  _.  by CHARXrES NELSON  Semi-"  Weekly-  5000 tteadens each week  as The  Herald's circulation is 1C00 a week.  An ad in THE HERALD will reach the  people of West Kootenay.  Latest' telegraphic news from all points  up to the point of issue. -     ^  Subscription, $2.O0 m. Yea*  **"���������""���������" .      -  Invariably in Advanae * - '  OUt* Job Department is well equipped. We  print everything, and do itm Krstclass style*  as we have the best of workmen, presses, type  and stock.      Give us at rial job.  Speeial Attention to CQAIIi ORDERS  .   JOHNSON  Revelstoke, B.C.  Proprietors  and -  Publishers.  The Gowati-Holten-Downs Co  Wholesale dealeis in  Ales, Wiqes, Spirits and Cigars. >  Agents for J. W. Kara Co.'s Pianos, and the Gould Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle-  Revelstoke, British Columbia. *"7,"?--s'w*-'- ������,~'-^v'J.a^i...fc  ���������22^.ii:_*^ii;^ii_^;^  iA-n-->.'<rtisw<^������Mmi %.���������Jlmx���������Wv3XK^azK-xaast^WlSA���������,  Wa Bite d _=_������������__  Denlei'-iinKoIle-l Oats. Oatmeal  iiiul   all   kinels  of   ('rail!.-',  I'i'i'el. I'd-., lo writi1 the  jpjrackman & Ker Killing Cc.  "���������*        ....South Edmonton, Alta.  i.iwi.itv ltKiii i" -i'i:i(*i:s uieiiiT  Agent:  A. E. Gray, Nelson.  1'kvhi.stoki-:, Ij. C. .Mat-i-h 20. 1SJ7  Mr. iind Mrs. H. X. Cnui'-jiei- are.  niviiy on :i visit tei tlu- Cei.'iM.  Mr. 11. A. lliiiwn. ul" llie Union  lluli-1, ri'tiirni'il rriiin .". sliorl trip to  tlio ena.*.! yeMeiilay' morning.  .\innlii'i' parly ul' ini'ii from Vmi-  t-ti ivi-r wciu. down vivrr totliiy to vv.irk  nn l lie- new (U'.H.x'.eain  LOSAL A.HD _GhM_RAL   HEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local. Personal  and   General  Items Round  and  About Revclstohe.  Mr. Hugh Mai'Thei's-nii ul" the. CI rent  Northern is in (own.  ' Inside lots in Ft-rgu.-oii have chang-  eil hiinds this last week lor if'. 10.  "Messrs. Oraig to 11 ill 111:111 linisheel  liiiiiliiitr nrc. for the (Ireat Northern  yesterday.  11. Tapping has awarded T. Kighton  jjitVi f.ii' damages ihnie In his garden  Iiy i\ Mc-U.trly'.-; piers last summer.  Capt. (lore ciT the- s. .s. Nakusp has  hail lo lay nil'..with llietiniiilisin anil  t.'apt. Troop is running the Imab for a  while.-.  Mr. i'". W*. Ooilwil. a we-11-knowi)  i-anc-lii-r of I'ineilii'i- I'reek. Southern  Allierla. wn-s in town llii.s week em his  way io Vernon.  Murrny llmue, who has heen spending the winter at. ."lui-eneeville. N. li .  l-elnriu'il mi Thursday to rosiiino hi.-  ji.i.sitioii willi O. Ij. Iliiine & Co.  Tlie lintel Ulatk .".I. Sandon, Ir.-i AV.  l.liK-k. p.-opriet or, was hontled (o a  gentle-man from Tornnlo of Ihe name  of Leslie for $25,1)00 em the ltjl.h inst.  Tins Caiiue-i Ball em SI. Patrick'.-  niglit was 11 very enjciyalile iilfair.  Ahuut Ihirl.y-livis couple were present,  who kept .llie: dancing going till well  em in the next morning.  Mrs. McDoug.-il, proprietor of the*  Lt-liind House. Nakusp, intends lu put  ' up another large- house vigiil opposite  tin- depot. Tlio building will be -J'JsSO.  and will he Imilt under tin airange-  nii'iit with the C.P.I!.  Mr. D. AV. C'.lendenan. reprcsentiiig  the Banker. Merctliant nnd Manul':U.t.-  iti-er nf Chicago, a leading- finance  journalon llie Midland States, wa-- in  'town this week gelling material for an  ai'tii'Ie un Hovclsloki'.  Thu Donald Prospecting and Wvel-  o.inieiu. Company is applying for in-  itiiptiiatiiiii. , Trustees: YV._ "Ains-  wm-tli. car inspector. .1. .1. Nealon,  li.c'ijiiintivi.' fori'iiiai), and I"). li. Muc-  lciin. lira ken inn.  Mr. .1. F. I'ohinsnn. I'ditor of lhe  Ontario Gleaner, ('.uiuingtt'ti. Onl..  was in (own on Thursday 011 a tour  through the* country, with .1 view to  get I ing in'ite-ri.il lor article.- for his  own "paper, and the . Berliii .N'cws-  1'i't-orcl.    .'  The Ci)!unil'ia tinel Quartz Creek  Mining and Development Co. is applying I'm-incorporation. Head office'.  J"'C'avermi>iit.h. Capital. .'J.mOW.OU.  Trustee's: W. Cr. ".���������.'eilsoii. sawmill  lii.inair.'i-. T. Dnwuie. train clesp.itcher.  and \V. 13. Kolieilson. accotintant.  T'he Keiotei'.ay Chief Mining Co. ir  .���������ipplviiig-fiiV���������iliT"r>rpor:itioirr=���������GapKH.!.-  .Sl.'MI.'JOO. TIi-ii-.l oflie.-e, Itevi'litokc*.  Tiiiaft's: \V. l3iaL'kw.ioel of Winnipeg.  iii:iiiiiffn.'tiiri'.r. A. T. 1*. Iiliic-Uwiwd, of  Liiile''Au. free minei-.'and K. Hamilton  nf Viinc-oifor. free miner.  The Drown IV-.-ir Mining anil Dcvt-I-  111.-ut (.'11. is applviu-*; for inc-oi pora-  tiiMi. Capital, .*-*."UO.0ii.). Jl.wd oll"u-e.  Ji'onalil. Trustee.-;: AV. O." Nt-il-nn.  .-aw mill iii.'iuagt'r. T. ICilpatrick.  hiielge: in������pi:i'toi'. AV. II. El������ni, tein-  iraetor and .1. !���������". Griliith. civil 1*11-  gtnt'i'i'. -  Kdilor Young oi" tli" '.'alsary Tler.-ild  i.-tiiin d I'tiiiii .1 .i-.iii'l nip I'm oi". -'!*���������  I In- lower I'ni'iiiry 1.11 \Vekne-ilay  I'Vt'iiiiiLf. A series of iniei'i-.-tin-r iirl'-  1 |i--nn tin- e-.i'iuliy I'loin hi- pen i-  11.hv eoiniliu; mil in'hi- ]������1 ]������',���������<*. :md T'fl-:  111'lt.M.ri li.is in.nil- in 1.i��������� 1 _-��������� ��������� 111 ��������� ��������� 111- for  1 lii-m (o appear -n it- own i-olumii.  l������r. Spcuia-r. of Or-, < ial.-wi-oil A:  Sp.-iit-t.-r, ili-iiti-t-. V'lnioiivei-, will hint Vicloriii. lloli'l until Monday nnil  ih������n "It the L'uiou lloli'l for 11 fewel.iys.  lh- i- pti-p.i: eel lo elo all kineli of  Jl.-nla! wink. Kleit rii'ity u-e-e! fo>-  p.iinli.'.-.-! i-xliai-',inn. Tho-i* eh'Siriiig his  .-el vice'.- -houlil call 1'iirly as he will  uiily ivni.tin a few clays.  ���������!. iii, Nnkiisi  Mr.   II.  Alihtill.   th'ii.-Supl.   of   llu  P.11 ilk- Division of Hie ('. P. II., has n-  Mgned his position.    Il,  is  not  known'  who hi.- sue-ccsse-ir will hi*.  Mr. P. Leake is still away up the  nnrlh foil' of the Illii'illewie.I, where:  lie has gone In make a report em sumo  mining properties.  Sir. II. M. H. Smythi.' has lost 11  valuahle dog hy poi-on. ami oilers a  re-ward of ,*-:."i.) "for infiiriiiiitkui which  will lea.l lo Hit- iolivie'.'/u)ii of the  poisoner.  .1. F. Feuh-.-s. of Foil Saskatchewan,  hrtiiiglil elown two e-.-tr loads of pi-o-  iluce'from Nnrlh Alliertn on Tlun-f.-  ilnv. one nf which he ilispo.'-X'tl of tn  SilViiikl -l: I'ea.se.  Among ils Kaslei Iti'ins the Vii-torin  Colonist, in ils last semi-weekly issue  e-ieelils thu Kootciiiati wilh no less  than t.hice ileins ciihhetl holus bolus  fiiini I'iiio IlKiiAi.n without 'lekneiw-  leiigi'iiienl.  Messrs. C D. Hume iV Co. intend to  eipeni a store in tlio lower town on tho  lii.-t. e.f next inoiith. They will occupy  .1". 15. AV right's huileling tit-xt-di'iiL' In  Hit: Coluuihia House, and will put in a  general sleiek.  A. Treinhlay litis neiw ro-opencil Lite  reslaurtint, of thei Senate Hotel after  ri'littiug il- lliriiuglioiil. The: ri'stiiiii-  iint will be riiii'nii the short urdi'i-  syslein. Mild under lhe iiianagi'ineiit  01' Mr. anil Mrs. Ti-eiiihltiy will no  doubt rapidly become a favorite place  of resort.  Orders have been receivetl at Nakusp  to have lhe new C.P.R. steamer ready  by the lirst of next, 11101u.i1. Her  niachinei-y is in ah-e.-tely and tl'.ough  the painting -111 tl lilting up will not be  till ciminlele by that date, it can bo  done while she; is running. Tho new  boat, is 20 I'e.et, longer llian the Nakus'i.  Thei-e-iiie besielfs. two tugs, several  scows ami.aunt her new Fast passenger  leaiiiui- building, keeping 10U men  employed besides I'O on lhe sawmill.  The Hhiiai,!"! has received a letter  from Mrs. Del tie ^'nrrejn of Speikalie.  a lady, who with her husband pros-  pecle-'el em the Laiilettu river "near  Ferguson l.-ust st.*astiii and located four  very promising cl.iitns,' which thuy  have jusl .-locked under the name of  the Duncan Lardu Mining Co. capiltil  inn" million. She intends lei rutnrn lo  I-Cotilenay ns'sniiii as tlni snow goes oil'  and wishes I" uxpi'ess her thanks for  lhe Uineliu'ss shewn heiself aiiel hus-  li.-ind by tl'.e people of th:.- country  during their stay in the hills last summer.  Mr. Sam Hill, tin* wellknown pros-  pei'lor of Ciiili'int Buy. had a narrow*  escaiie on Tliursd.-iy. "He was en-  tlenvoring to cross Hit- ice on lhe Arm  walking from Arrowhead lo the Buy  and waV making for a point near AV.  Pool's old cabin, when the ice gave  way beiieadi him. lie had to bleak  through a hundred yards of rotten ie-e  hefi'iv (irielimr any firm enough to  hear his weight and wan three tiuarlei'.-  of an hour in the water. After gel ting  out hi', niiiili' his way bark lo Arrowhead, ilre-nching wuL.-md shewing .-'urns  of his" long su-uggle for life in the  treacherous ice.  Mr. M. Mactleniakl of Calgary repre-  seni ing Hit! Orent AA'esl. Rolled CjUs  Co. of Pilot, Moiiiul wiii in town nn  Thursday wilh a view lo making  Kevelsloko a henil epinrlurs for his  company.  Last Wt-tliK'stlay the report froin  the i-ominiltee of tlie. whole: nil the  lO'velslolte anil Trout Luki- telephone  bill was iiiliiplcil. and l.aitleau railway  aiitl Ivasloainl Lartlo-Otiuean Itailway  liili were reail a see-nnel lime. The es-  liiti.-ili'S will ceinie down next Tuesday.  Tlio Telephone Cn's hill was down fur  the third reading em Thnrsduy.  The P.O. Deiiaitinent. are calling for  li'ntleis I'm- tlie convi'yance of the:  maiis froin Arrnwheiad lo Ferguson,  where it-is inU'iided tei eipe'ii a post  olllri', wilh A. Cummins in charge.  The mail will begin to run on May  1st. as may best, suit the eiriaunstaiii-i'S  Mini will run by Thomson's Lauding,  Troul. Lake City and Comapli.*:, a new  post oflice^at I In- saw mill on the Arm,  which il. i.s intended tn open with .1. A.  Waynes iu charge. Il will leave*. Arrowhead Mondays, after the arrival  of the train and gel. into Ferguson hy  110011 on Tuesdays, returning again  Wednesdays.  lui,.:  PL W������ ������0  <m������-m������k������h BtiTsa. aajg, ariayjgj-  >������������������������'  (KUCCISSSDIi TO (ill.Kl-IU to AVHI.1.S.)  POST  OFFICE   STOBE.  Mr. Jos. jsirUp.itt'ick  returned yes-1 anel mere hanclise  leitlav from Trout Lake  City.    AVhiie 1 negotiable paper.  ���������   . .    ,.     1    ...    .,...,"    t._.-r     s  ..- -i 11.:-..  Another Grand Success.   ..  The Calico 73all in celebration of St.  Patrick's Day was the most successful alV.'-ir of its kind during lhe? season  just milled. About, twenty-five couples  pul. in a most enjoyable? evening and  thoroughly appree-ialeel the music  rendered by Prof. Lapasei and Mr. F.  Ahlin. A tasty lunch was served, tho  ladies supplying cake. etc.. while Mr.  1-1. Bourne kept, up his already good  reputation for making tea anil co'iVc,  iind the niaiiMgiiincnt supplied lhe  solider portinn of the ealiihles A  great iiuprovoiiieut is noticeable in lhe*  tlniiL-iiig of I lit! Wevelsteike puo]ile! this  winter, due nei eleiubt lo the practice  alVorek-d by Ihe Club, and also to the.  class unileii' the management of Mr. It.  Gordon. The dancing was kept up till  H a. m.  The   "Western    Canadian     Mining   and  Development   Co.  Messrs. \V. A. "Martel, of Rat Pc-r-  t.-igi*. Out., photographer; O. IJ. Hoar,  of Wevelstoki:, B. C, mining engineer;  anil H. A. Brown, of Itevelstoke. hotel  proprietor, have lili'd a liieinoi-ancliiiii  applviiig for incorporation under, the  above title, capital $1,200,000.       * ���������''  Some of the objects for which the  Company is.formed tire as follows:���������  1. To obtain by purchase, lease, hire,  exchange, development, discovery,  location, assignment or olherwisc, and  tei heilel in any part of the- Province^ nf  British Columbia or the Province''",of  Ontario, of both, mini's anel minerals,  claims or prospects, mining lands and  mining rights, water rights and privileges', coal lands, timber lands and  leases, timber claims, mills and factories of every kind, works, buildings,  machinery, Ja*:('life 11 Is and privileges  and surface rights, and to equip, operate and l.tirii-tlii' same lo account.' and  to -sell or otherwise dispose of * the  same, or any of the same, or any interest-therein:  2. To i-ai-i-y on tlio business-"'of  smellers, rojincrs, founders, assayers.  dealers in bullion, metals and products  of .-tiie-lting of,every nature and 'description: I       -'  :'. Tn carry on the business "of buyers anil sellers, of anel dealers in all  kinds of ores, minerals, gold ilnst,  iiitm-ial substances arid compounds,  coal, t-'niber. logs, lumber, prodiiee  mel mere hanclise of eve-ry  ele'seriptiem,  Gent's. Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobacco,  Small Sundries, Etc., Etc.  securities for money,  tin-re" he   staked  nut  tl:-?' lower half i anel to de) all kinels of commercial busi-  niile of Li'.rdi-a-.i river fur tin*  Siotti-di j nt-ss. except banking anel insurance:  Cieild Field- Co.. who already ha*-e half ,     ...To     manage,   develop,    improve,  it til c-  1 unit* slake  the river. Tl  anel  flume tu carry  . *w. 1^-/! ,,t: ti,t. _____,.-,.  tl.-.- v.'  Old .miin'rv  manage,  out attei t- caliynii eil j j>i-cij.p*_-i:t or work all or any niiuc;s eir  mtei-.ei t" put in ti (him j mineral claims of every description,  iter fro'U . wht-lliet- placer, quartz or otheiwi.se  011 . lie.-.i-.-ni-ci-i-. anel.whetlier lielong'mg lo  th" river e.-tini.ite lhat t'.'.e gr.������v**l go,"-; (.he- Ceiuip.tny or not. anil lei wnrtirup".  five dnllais to the* yiii.'t. so that. .,th-'j ant1, manufacture* the produce* of any  e-otapany'.- op- iati������:r- -lioiild pay tlnin j jn-nc.-, in any way Ihey may think fit.  well. ('r.n-iiU-r.i's'ie t;ol:l i"''l|,"-limt | and to e-rn.-li. waib, s'melLiind othei-  si-vi-ril good si/.-ei ui;-.--.-.'-!- li.is l,������-'*n \ ������-.<-._��������� lernk-t- the ores niarUetable. as  taker. I'itt e<f lh-* Laiiit-.tii hy pl.-ic-i''; trtev niav deem advi.-able:  miniu-r. _ Th:-= coiiij*.ii:!v"* oper.iUoi.s; -' T/. "���������;,.,������ llv _,.n.._.-.se> or other-  will empnasize- tlie* iart ilia: tne npp';v   v,-isl.. uml to l-.oi.!." work,   manage-  im-  ireiv.', -.-II. and   turn  tn account  any  el-.   t>:nenie*ut-.   water   rights   anil  pijvilegi.-s. and to .-.ell, inm-tgagi*. le.'ise,  -niilet   or   otherivi.-e .dispose-   of    the  or any pal t t hereof,  or any  ' :em i*= ;i trei'.el  ���������'.ii-r tli-liii'!.  ������������������able  attr.u-  Laid.'.-m ll-ve-i- mhiinir :  ii>   we'll as a   -".lve-i-   l,e.i  wliich will have a ceiiis-d  tion foi-future iiivt-.-tor-.  Tnre IlEltAr.t) i- in ror-eijit. of ,1 re-py  of tin* lir-t isi-ue nf lh'* II. C. Diiectory  of Min..-; 1'ilili'd b_j Ale>..w..h r lJi*gtf.  The'lin'clnry 1,- n '..ii>...i,'i. 0,1.- ..- i.ti  as il irni".. hui il i- by iw ni"."i)- \ i't  (���������ompl.-le. 1. h'*!" tli-11'.' 1 - -,-;--'fi ,t- Tri-.U  L.il.'". Il!-'t :U--w,i''t, Iliiii.ilel_ and' lh-  W 1k.ii-of Id-; K'lnli'Il.iy b.-il.g rimil-  iid. In de-i 1 ibtii'-j ihe mine1- of the*  L.ird'-.t-i n-i-niiliii'_' di-iiii_l. t'm-i--  ���������1 to.- in I..' \-iy hill- 'i'-' in _:.ving  ilu-ii ili-t.ini'" "in mi!.*s I'lnrii l!'--  ab.iti'le.iieil tfiwnsite n{ L.".r.l--au. It  wntiltl In- In iter In give il Sriitii Th'jin-  .-nn';. Lainlititc, llire.' Iiii'n-s fienn l^u-  ili-.i 1 towil-il". The elii-ee loi y e em-  tain- a .-ynop-is iff the tiiinin-.' l.= v.- <>f  l!-.i* lirov'iiii-u iind either useful ii.formation.  '   ���������".  in-  >ari,e  IC'i-t^t tin l-t-in:  '". To er.'c-l, (.-on-triit.-t. anptire*. hy  j.'i.iihi-e e,i el h<-i w i-'-. opi'i-.-it". I'fpiip,  njaiiit.iin. aid in or -nli-ri-ibi* towards  I In-cnii-lriietiiiu. iiiaiitteitaut e nr im-  [,��������� ovi'ijieiit of mills .'iinl fitt i.fiiii-s oT  i-.iiy k::i'l .mil eli'-eriptiein, wn-ks,  huileling.-. i'i��������� "rvoirs, steam nr sailing  ve-S--1-. .ind vi-.���������.���������������������������������!- and boat.-of every  (|i'-i;-ip'.'.'in. rnnds. 1-ailw.i.y.-, tr.tin-  waj-s i-iinii--. wharve.-, pii-rv. laniliiig  |));ie-i���������. t"!e-������r.iph-. U'li-])horic.-, gas  work*, rolling sioi'k, ih.m loii"iy. plant  and nil other things whif-h inay be  ne-ees-ary en convenient fur llie purpose ,,f she* Company, or to -ell or  other'.vi.-i" dispose nf the; same, or any  part thereof, nr any inte-rcst tin rein.  , -  E/BVELSTOKE,  ZB. O-  THERE  HAS   BEEN  ______s__a__.  OP  OATS  AND  EA.STEKN  HAY,  OF WTIICH  OUR  CUSTOMERS WILL  GEL"  THE  "FRESH EGGS -JUST COME 1NT���������GOOD  PICKLED  EGGS  OFFERED  AT  A  VERY  LOW  TRICE.    ,  ilBR&LD' &"'PEA$E  . .   ORDERS  BY  MAIL  PROMPTLY  ATTENDED  TO.  Use.  The only reliable remedy  for Coughs, Colds? and all  Diseases of the Lungs.  Preuiired einly at.  ABETS DRUG STORE,  f27-  ltiivisLSTOKB Statu >x  Application for Hotel License  "Wc, llio nr.ilereisne'l, intend lo tipi.ly, ihirt*.-  elaya ufteir i*ato. 10 the stii)-*iiillnrv niimis'iatu  for 1I10 eli-trict of West Koutunay for tl hotel,  licenaout Keri.usion 1or our hotol.   .  ���������  ^\. OUMMIXS.  March 17.1S97. V. SP-VUblNC.  TENDERS WANTED  Scaloil tenilrrs will bo received nn to March  3UI by Dvs. .lelt";, and McKBOhnic for tliu  .^.ERECTION  OF. A .HOSPITAL  in TtnvcMoke. Plans and specifications to bo  t-cen at Dr. AfcKcchniw'a olliuc. Ij-)*-ic-.i ov any  tender nor. npces-^arlly nccopt-d. Tliu coniract  wi.I he awarded t.J local hu.Idcrj only.   20mcil.  NOTICE  /������H I intend lo leave town, owinij to ill  hc-alth, slviiit tne* 1st of Al'irc'li. I herehy  rt-qtic-t-t that, till dc-.hts due mc lit*, scltlcel ti. fore  lhat date, niter which tlioy will be placed in  the Imnil.-i c f a collector.  .(.-bll'.tf AV. l-'I.TJMlXO.  C.  E.  SHAW  General Agent  FEumm,  JSsntrma  .Townsite  Mining   Broker and Insurance Agent.  Typewriting and Conveyancing.  Telephone No. 20  Cable address: Hhawc, Ttcvolstoko  ST.   PATRICK'S  DAT.  e3-_aA.3srX)  O.ALIOO   BALL  in Iloiirne'tj Hal], on  WEDNESDAY NEXT, 17th March,  at I) ]i m.  General Admission, 32.00  Club Members, St 50  Harry Edwards,.  Late with Grieve, of Winnipeg.  Deer Heads, Birds,-Animals,  Etc., Preserved   and   Mounted.  .Work Guaranteed.      i  Leave Orders nt the UKV'.r.sToicii Hun.U)  Orr-icn.  lli-urlin     "Mail O det'ij 11 Specialty.  .lust arrived, a choice* lot of  Fresh _^-,______.  ....and Cigars  A cull itsd inspection solicited.  J. MORGAN,  One Door East of the Columbia House  Shoving Parlor Hot and Cold Baths  SRrA NtEDHAM  Gleaned  Altered  Repaired  IN OOOIl STY1.H AT I.OWI.ST l'ltlOUS.  DOtlGLAS  Sr.,   REVEUST01--E  Must Tell Them  That You  Saw  Me"  .And had your timepiece repaired  anil     given   a   guarantee.     for  one! year.  1 (J.   I',  li. watch inspector and  repairer.  GUY   BARBER  CUMMINS & .CO.      *��������� ���������  Tha Pioneer  Store.-.'  A   Full    Supply   of    Miners' ' Supplies  Always in Stock.  .     FERGUSON, -B.C.  VH nio sl-owin-r .the  Uncst lini'uC samples  yen olI*ur..il (V.r thn irarlo in  Tivce-Jb.Twill-. Venetiatia,  Cheviotu. Setucs, etc.  The Most' ���������  Elegant Patterns  Tn li'Oiist-ri'.-.iri over exhibited in lho roVnlry. Oveicodtiuns-eoriecl  -���������ayl-D. lit and Ilei-ih.'  Prices Right  . R.   S. 'WILSON,  Merchant Tailor,  Itevelstoke, New Denver and Braodon  HIP* CHUNG STORE  Dissolution oi-' .\utT_\*'-:itsiui'.  NOTICE    ���������  .The pnrltiorship hitherto exislir.g  hotwoon Loo Sing and Jim Iliiig,  Chiiiesi* grocers, Hip Ohuiig slore,  lU-vedsteikcs-Nvill be dissolved from thu'  1st of-April. Lee Sing will continue  the. business, and has ac-cpiireti tho lot,  house, and the whole* property. All  debts owing to the: store will lm payable lo Leo Sing, and .lini Hing will bo  responsible; for his own debts.  Itc.velstoUe.*, "March 0. Iin  FOR A  GOOD TURNOUT  T.l.KI'UGNi: THK '  Revelstoke Livery Stable  Draying   and   Uellvoiy Work  promptly  attended to.  M.  PETTI PIECE  '.2  M w ':i 1 1  vr-*  :.* 15     ���������*  ���������M  M'A\a\  '*3sl  -____ r'-J* ] .'���������?_] -��������� H-9'ilfEj -1 r���������i/9'- 0>V-1 r1 HV*.')1-!    r-T/'t  btM   vv "*_������" "���������OF "8 -,?��������� 9, P ���������r'r������*' ��������������������������������� \VS wfl\\ Sil    ���������rffJ  ������  Sole Agents for Rain Lai's Tea  Agents for the Victoria Giant  Powder Go.    Powder from. 45  to 75 per cent.   Also Judson's  and Stump Powder  Gaps and Fuse  A Complete Stock of  HARDWARE  And a Large  Supply of  FRESH GROCERIES  always on hand  Selling off Remnants of Prints and Dress  Goods at Cost,  Full line of Miner's Supplies carried at  Trouti Lake Cityi  iA  *-l  m

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