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 /��������� 1  .'   1  V ,  V_V__"J*?"^*-  Jfeiz&so^&j  -������_ir!i-  -^  I   6 I  -^SK"!"^  tt JSP  5?. %,  /  /������_  I  ia-eK  4  JLJL^JL^ ������  /  -^  -isstj*E]jd q:wio:"E--.^--v'*-:s^ .a-Itid   s^GrTJi"^3D-A-*3r������**-  ,  r  \  J-''  1/  ft  Vol.  I.     No.  74.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1S97.  $2.00 ix  Year in Advance.  S^SZ^e^SSZ^JZcSc^SJ^^^^J^rj^  %  TTlVi llrst thirf; wise p op'.e t'tir.k of j^-  w-het, orelct int? koo Is l.y mail U tho ,<-���������  c.ioacitv Cor bit-linos-, of tho?-* they wnlc -^.  to.* Th.i rrpul-'.U- n v.-o eniov for prompt- J-j  ness ti.ukc-.ouv 51n.il 0tiler trtteU for_-;e [JJ  aliontl ut a gvatifj-uiK rate. ji  Our Specialties i��������������������������� fj.  Groceries Dry Goods jj^  Liquors Boots and Shoes    JA  Cigars Men's Furnishings ft  Crockery Tailoring _,    sj\  Dressmaking 0  Requests for price l'.sts and samples 0,  rec-ive pronipl attention. k-  I  Hudson's Bay Stores,-      EJ  ..Calgary.... ai  "~������  S'3~2S^iSj5Sy33?2~*~?~>S~?2Sy'i  Haig '&; Crage  Sole Agents for  'Revelstoke .  Townsite  MINING,    *  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  .(7 HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  SOLICITOR,  AND  NOTARY PU3UC.  Ollict-:   ltooins 1 anel 2, Tool Block, ltevcl-  stoke. II C.  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor.  Sec.  Notary Public.  'Oillcc upsta'ra in Smith's block. P.iciSc Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B.   C. >  WHITE  &  SIBBALD,  Mining and Real Estate Brokers.  "Notaries Public, Etc.  Monev to loan at lo*.i e-t rate.-.  Fire Insurance in bc-t e_e'iii*.tuiics.  'llanti OHice ot.pnsite Union Hotel.  GAMBLE  &  O'REILLY,  CIVIL ExaiNKKHS,   PiillYlXe-lAI.  LAND  StJKYl-.YOI'S,  j\ccoiitil.'.iH-- --.nd General A-reuls,  Nel-,oii anel Ito-^i'.'tn1., West Koolenay,  *"r.ii:_h Columbia.  F. C. (l.-.MIti-i:, J. 1'., M. In-t. f. IC. M. Can. Sr-r.  C. 15., 1'. I- S. lor H. C, (la'.e Resident F.n-  jriucor Uepartnieji'-t ut Public Works in  i.tuiaelii in Ii. C.,) Nelson, II. C.  l"n_A.NL-:s.l. O'SEHi.v. .������.?_-oe...M.l!iat.C.".. I'.Tj.S.  = ior-i.rl^TrieeJsviaml���������'t'rlilT' " ~ ���������������������������  ������������������^^'Cjlytf-  ROEERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Drayinf? and  I)eli\_t-y "Voi-I: a. specialty at  lowest price's.  Teams a-lwa} a rcaily at a ittotnopl'fl notice.  Agent for the Stiuul irJ OU Coinp-iny.  J.   R.    HULL   &   CO.,  ea  Successors to Hull Bros. "��������� Co..  'Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealors  I   Boc-f, Pork, Ktc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVEL8TOKE.  All orders in our lino promptly  "lied.  J.   D.  CAMPBELL,  Accountant and Auditor.  Hooks ki-pl ami accounts collected,  illuslncss solle-.ltcel and satisfaction guaranteed.  Kefc-rouccs If required.  'White & Sibbnld'sofllee. .     Ssetl  A. T. NOXON,  W ATCHM AKER  .'jMI work Riiarnntccd.  Orders by mail promptly attended to,  j\T R. S. Wll-SON'S 'I'Ailoi*. Snor,  EE7ELST.OK"  STATION, B C.  -MRS. R. I2ANG,  DRESSMAKER.  Smelter St., Revelstoke Station  RHODESIA RESTAURANT  and BOARDING HOUSE,  Coiinch eir Smisn SntEr.T xsa  Ol'.TtIN  AVKNlin,  REVIilliSTOKE   STATION.  FNfiblRII COOKINC! uiielc-r tlie t,tipt-rlnlentl-  ���������enc-e of Mrs. LiipHiiitli.  HinliiK Kooni nllciielvil to iier.ii>iiii11y_liy the  proprietor. ''  *���������  MEALS  AT  ALL  HOURS  Cleanliness aii'l e-ivilltyour motto.    Terms  ���������mnilvriilv.  :"jtut(;tf A. .1. Ij.M'WDISTII, I'rii[irielor.  -FiMt Clat-U JJunco Hull To Lot  Ladies' l rimmed Hats  (from Paris)  Ladies' Felt Walking; Hats  Ladies' Felt Sailors  A Splendid Assortment of the  Above in Latest Styles now  being shown.  Ladies' Mantles,  Capes, Jackets  ABSTRACT   OF   RECORDS  Revelstoke Mining Division to Date  i_o.-_-.tio>.--.  Sepl.'.T.   Wlii-'U--.-.   e-ai-iK-- Croi-'e.   II. Me-ll.-nn  ai-.-l T. Mcl'hor-on.  l-'ir-- I-*ly.   Ct-.niti-^ C'rc-ck.   T. Mrl'i-.ertoii.  Unt'lu J.-.r.   I.nforinu C'i-lc):.   T. 1>. Picknrd.  liL-dfonl     Ijitforine Creek.   T. J>. Pii'ki'.i-l.  Silver Hull. I'uyMoiic Mt. L. II. Me>-.itj;oine.-.v.  Alalitunn.   Keys-tone -Mt.   W. llnnsoiiic.  Onieiliii.   GoatMt.   Ij. H. Mt.itttfainery.  Sept.'.-S.   Ketcliui'i.   !'"i-ontli Creek.   C. Trom-  ;jbly, ugl. for .1. il. .Mnson.  Victoria.    1-Veneli  1-,'roel-.. "C. Ti-ombly, ast.  for ,f. S. Holt.  Mountain Chief.   I'l-eneh Creek.   C. Trr.ml.ly  agt. for Cieo. E. Ilennet.  True Fi-t-ure.   KcvMoneMt.   J. H. White.  Cimev    ICuystouu Ml.   .1. II. Wl'.ite-.  | .({lam.   Ke>-jlcue Mt.   J. II. Whim ngt. for  1'. II. Peturt-on.  Sept. SO.   Mabel Mav.   Lafornie   Creek.    Chas.  Walsh.  Alma.   Laforme Creek.   Walter Walsh.  Oct. '2.   I'l-titi'etor.    Stiuiilnrcl  Htisin.   Head of  ntieldle south fork of  Downie Creek.   i-*rank  Clary.  Oct.  ".   Gladstone.    Luforme    Creek.     John  Dallas.  Sitncoe.   Laforme Creek.   John Dnlhi-.  OERTiFICATi  OF IfiflPROVEMEHTS  ourne. ������5ros.  . Rev-jlstolie' Station.  Ali Branches  - .       or-run  Tonsorial Art  lI.\ocute..i with ambidextrous  Dexterity at  .;   ._   *J.  Morgan's  -j|____-.^    Sliaving Parlor  Hot'and C6\<\ Eaths  Csnfectiouery  ' _ Tobaccos  Fresh Fruits  o;:n noon r..\ST columijia uoteIj.  (jOOD BREAD,  Fresh Fruits,  Ice Cream,  Summer Drinks,  Choices! Confectionery,  Canned Goods  A Carload of Ogtlvie's Best Flour just  received.    For Sale  7VT^I,.6cIC--1!UTTfJM~l'l'.lt'E-;~i*f:  The Revelstoke Bakery Stores,  Railway St.,  Revelstoke Station.  1"p.ke Dm.ivr.av _Evi:,*.v Dav.  Your Valuable  Order  for all Kinds of Light Transfer  and Carting will be attended to  by     :::::::     :  Robt.  Fleming.  Theelellve-ry of part-els to anil from trains nnd  to any pm-t nf town will receive  2Saiitf my careful attention.  Y-ILK Registuv.  Auk. 11, 1"'J7.  IN"   THE   SUI'RKME   COURT   OF BRITISH  Coltttnlih*., In  the mutter of  the  Ollic-Ial  Aelmliilstrattirs' j\et, nml in  the matter of  the  cslute  of   Charles   JJerper  elcec-a.-'eel,  elated the lllth day of Julv, jV.I1. 1807.   Upon  refilling  the)  atliiinvits  of   Krnc*,t   Henrv  Sherielnn  "MeLetui  and   Charles  Frederic  Ijiiidinark.  It   Is  oriieretl   that  Jainet   FerKtison   Ami-  strong, onicial Administrator fur the Cotintv  Court Distrit-t of Kootenav, be ailmlnistrator  of all and singular the good", chattels, rights,  ami ercetits which were of Charles [lerge-r, Into  of Illui'lllunnul In  thu district  of  Kootenav,  free miner, t'.e.'easetl;  And il is further ordered, that this order be  published In the Revelstoke Herald newspaper  for the perioe! of sixtv elavs.  (Signed.) A. J. "IcCALL,  J.  The creditors nnd persons Interested in the  estate of the above named Charles Merger, hue  nt lllecillewaet In the llistrii-1 of Kootenav,  free miner, eleeeaseel, are here.bv re^ulrc-el  within sixty days from this date 'lo send bv  registere-l letter aihlre������seel to James Feri:i:-e.h  jVrinstrong, Otlie-ial j\elmini.-.tnite>r, I-'ort htt'ele,  llriti-h tjeiltintbia, particulars of t'eteir e-Initn*.,  and the nature eif the neettrities (if any) hei.I  by tli.-ta. After the e-xpiration of the sai.l  sixty days, tlie distribution of the- salel estate  .\i!l"b[- priii-ee-ek-il wilh. rejrnrel beinc hatl oulv  to snt'b elain-.s- of whit-h notice shall be Khen  as afe.result!.  Hated litis Link elav of Attfrtist, 1SP7.  J.  I". AIlMSTROXG.  l'liult Ollli-ial Aelialni-trnteir, Kootenav  Sign Painting and Gilding  Kalsomining-, Papcrhanging:, General  House and Carriage Painting.  D.  STAMPER,  KlIWT oTKEET i;.l������T.  HKVDL^HiKK   STATION    !l. C.  GOLD BUG FRACTJOXAL M3XJ2KAL CLAIM.  Situate hi the Trout Lake Minim; Division of  \Ve^t  Kootenay -District.   Wlier*?   lorutoil:  Ou Silver Cu_> liilJ, .boiimiud on the north  by "Siiusliinu," on tbe south hy f'J'reo Coinage," on the oti'-t by "Silver Cup." find on  the \\e**t hy "Jluron" miiicrii] cl.iim.  Take notice that r, Trunk Siilluian Uarunrd,  Kree   Minor'*-   Certi.fjcal*j Ko. t^'it'2, issued  til  Xew U'e-tmin-ter on tlie I7tii d,\y of October.  lS'J.i, fis aqcnr for und on behtilf of the Lillooet,  Frasor l.lver awl Cariboo Cold Field1*, Limited.  .Free Miners Certiileaie Xo. fijlSW. i^stiett at  Xew Westminster on the WHli day of .June, "l&f-T,  intend, (iu days from the date horcof, to h]iply  to the Miiiinc: Koeonler for a Cert iii (Mile ot Improvements   for   the   pnrpo-o of  ob^ainin^ a  Crown Grunt of the above mineral claim.  And further take  notice that  action, under  Seelion :i7, must be comnieneed beioi-e ihe i.-u-  aneeof-iut-h Certilieate of Jmprovementa."  Dated this SJth dnv of September, \&Si.  '    F. S. JJAJ'.KAKD.  Sent 23-at  MOUXTAIX MIXrTwAL CLATM.  Situate In tbu Trout Lake Minlnpf _Di% i~.!nn of  \Vi������st Kootenay D-'-t-Kt. V* iu're located:  Xoctheastorly 'from nn-i adjoining the  "Towser"mineral claini.  Take notu'e lhat I, Fri-.nk Stilhiinii Laniard,  Tree Miner's Corinieaio Xo. .s*.("L������2, 1 .-suetI at  Xew AVeslmiii'iter on the I7th dav of October,  li'M. a*������ a���������ent for and on behalf o_l the J.iiloot-t.  Prater llivi-r am! Ct������riboo Gold Field-, Liraiic-1.,  Free JMiner'.s Ccrtiiicale Xo. lUlSA, isaiied al  Xe\\ We-i'-minr-ier on tlie:wth day of June, IfiH",  inleml, ������W day*, irojn ih.e date hereof, to i<vpl--  to the Miumj: Kecorder for a Cortlj:i*au- nf improvement.*, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grnnt of the abo\e mineral claim.  And further l*������kc notice that action, under  Section :t7, mtist be commenced before the i.-su-  ance of s-neh Certilieate ot ii^provoments.  Dated this Oth da\ Oi Scntembor, li*rt7.  ,     F. S. UARXAKD.  Sept 20-91  NOTE AND' COMMENT  Aa time f?o<1- uleinp., the elcvi'!o|i-  in.'tits in the Liberal ccuive-nti.iii pro-  ji'ct lie-ceil!!.* incii-.j inli'i-e-hlin^. Out!  t;rc*.".t, dillii'iilty apjieni-t-il to he lt> knuw  who Intel c.illcel it. IL io et-.iite cei-l'iin  tlt.iL licithei' ill'. Totuplc-loii lieu- Air.  "Itixwell, two uf tin* lc'iitU'it; nf llu-i.ih-  c-i-.tl party til, the cci.-ts'l, Intel iinytliiu^  to elo willi it. Tht-y nlistilutely i-c-Iumc  to he lituiiiil Iiy il. in any .shape i<i-*1'o;-iii.  These cieiitlen-.on recently inutile* a Lour  I h]-ruia;li Kootenay, iti tho ctuu-se uf  which Jlr. Mnxwell -lifiniiic'l his iv.itlt-  nes-s to finnt! fui'W.-sicl ai- lender of the  provincial opposition, if l-etitii-.-t-d. Thu  propOiiiil wa-, licit lc-ceivetl v.-'ilh nny  voi-y great eutliiisinsni, and ilr. Jl.-ix-  well l-etiirned tei V.iiicouvei-. Bttth  he anil Mr. Templeton, tippetu- to  think thei-'-'are wheels, within wheels  in this proposed convention, ttnel do  neit like the lcok of il. On the other  li.mel Hewitt Bostock, Bst_., ?.l. P., Lo  adopt lhe fond und lingering nomenclature of the Golden Em. told Uie  coast papers that the Liliei-als in Kootenay ,-ue delighted with the ide.i of  Lhe convention and aie prepm-ed to  take hold of it heartily. This delight,  hy Uie way, is nut veiy vividly i-oflecL-  ed in tho.columns of oiiv esteemed,  which merely nieiiLiouetl Ilia t'liin'.ng  convention ar.c" w.irnccl tlie fniLlil'iil  to govern Lhemsclvcis ni-t-oi-elingly.  Perhnps iL was waiting to see which  wnj- the c-tit v.iis going Lo hop. Probably in its next. ihbiiQ pussy's niiive-  nienis will litive been m.-tde cli-tii-er.  parLie-iilai-ly ;is the Pro vi net- dt-iuauds  a conven! ion, and is hound Lo litive iL  right r.L wrong, il is pi-efly to see  Lhe little tin t-od.s .jnnip'tng iilioul tl'.is  wtiy and thnt. when the gi-O.lL GriL  .love of  British   Coluiuhin  ji*iks   the  Stl-il'.QS.  sco'i'nsi;: chiki-* MixEr.Ai. claim.  Situnto in lhe "'ront Lake --linitiEj T)**. i'-ton of  V,'e.-t Kootettay Di-1:iot. ^','lieiv loe-nteel:  "-.-ortliea-st of a-td ajjomtn^ lite '--Sunshine"  mineral e-lalm.  Take notice '.hull, Frank F-!il!t_ian 31ar-.ia-.-d,  free Miner's C'ertii.'-t'-t-* No. Xo. clto'.U, is-uc-cl at  New Wu-.ti.uii'-toroii the 17iH e-nv of Or-mbor,  IS'jC, as ii' em lor uutl on l.e-linl; r-i the ".'lliioct.  Fr.i^v'f Jci\et- and Cariboo t'-eld I-lelds, l-lii-iieJ,  i-"iee Miner'-- iJe_-lifK-atc.' ^o. I.11S ,V, issued al  New Wesitniu' ti r on the* oitth day nf .Itti-.o. irjl,  iitie-.'..l, i',"j days f.-otn Uie -iale heronj. to iit>ij1_  lo the Miniity Uei-eu-h-.- for a eje'rti.'i-,ate til Ii.f-  l-ipiciii.-iit- feit the put-po-e of i.b.a'.uing a  clrti'.si' eire'ni of the al,o\e nii-.ieral i-laini.  At.tl f'tt titer t-ike notice; tlia; at-tton, nn.ler  -~('cttc,ti .17 ti*.u--t l-.e c-onui-eot-ed before thi- isv.i-  at-te of stti-h l,ortiliealG ,-,i Iinproven*euI=,.  Dated tntj Cltlt dav of ."���������'u'licnitc-:, 1S-i".  V. S, UAIIN'AHD.  Sept CS-le t     -   Sutton Mineral Claim  -sit.iate in lliclileeillewaet Minin-r  Ilt\ lutein e,f Wesi Kot"U'uay Distt-iet.  V. lien* loeated:   On the- northwest  -lele t.f the mount-til! betv.efen the  Uleeillewiiet   Iti-.cr   and  the north  fork of the same, abt.ut live mites  northeast oi lileeiilewnet.  Take notit-e that I. l-'rt'.nk Stillman I'nrnard,  Free  Miner's  Ce.'lifienie No. l.".*li_;,J !=siie.l  at  >e-.. Wc-min--ter em  the 17th ttay of Ot-t.-.bei*.  l-*"b, mnuaKiiiK dlree.*lor of lhe Lilloet. r'rn'ei'  IU\erai'..l Cariboo f.olel Fii-ld-. Lltnlte-'I, J-'re-e  Miner's C'ertiiiriue Xo. f*.13S A. i<jue-.l at Xev.-  We-tn.luster em tliclWth elay t-i June, ls',17, iu-  ti-iii!, no dn>s from the date here-etf, to apply to  the Mining Ilee-order for a C'crtilie'tU- of Im-  prt!\eineiits, ior the   purpose  of  obtaining a  crown gram for the nb-nc i-laiin.  Ami further take ut.tire ihni aetuui, under  "������������������ctli.n l!7. int.-;! lie i-uir.iuL-uc-etl nefure the-  i'-^^!aI1t'e ot stu-li I'ertlile-ite til  Improvetneuis.  Ih.ted this JUth day of Sept.. IW.  ���������ij-eOtw 1". S. I1ARNAR1).  Notice  thence we-t nie-iiains. ineni-e; sennit -iu elniln-,  tnence East-10 e-halns, thene-e North 20 chains  to place of begiuuieg.  II. DUNCAN  I'.OR.=ON.  Ferguson, August 13tli, l^w. sepuuv  Notice.  HOTICE is hereby given that CO davs after  date, I intenel to applv lo the Chief e.om-  mis-ioner of hand-anel Worka fe.r p.'-'riiii-^icn  to purcha-e 100 lie-res of land, situnti' in Kee-t-  enay district, near e-onllneii-.-e of tlamor e-rc-ek  with South Fork eif I.ardeau river, more particularly ele-eribcel a-s follows: e--uiameni-iug  at a post marked "Initial i'ost, f-. E. corner,  A.A.C.," on the west hank of eiainor Creek,  near its 'confluence with the i-'o-.ith Fork e-f  Lardeau River, tlic-nec North 411 chain-, thence  West 40 chains, thence South ID chains, thence  Fast -10 chains io point of ee-imn-.eucemeit*., containing 1G0 acres, more or less.  A. A. CLARK.  Agent for II. i:. (J.Cnrrv.  Bated June lnth, is',7. slo  LOYAL. ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  Hr^ul-ir ni-etinjr5 arc ht-Jel in lit'  ^ Oeidiellow^' ifi-H on the Hicnui tu-el  4'fourth W'tdne-ilaysof e-,-ieh luonlh til  ������ 7:~l.pitt.   Visiitnj; luethrcn eorelially  E. Adair,"WM.       T. J. Graham. R. S.  *������*3"-������~i-<~~a~=~~*~!~^----__w'^~^  G-TJ1T BABBEB,  V/ATCHMAKER   AND '  JEV/ELLER,  CP. 1!.-TIME lN-1-F-CTOn.  Front Street, Next to Post Office  A I'Pinnrkiililc foalurc.in Lhe dowlop-  tueiiL ol* Norlh Kuotenr.y has been  tlie gic.it increase in value in lho  customs collet lions in- lleveNloki*.'  JJni'ing Use lirst six monlliK uf the i:i-  einnlieiicy of the present collector,  who wtis iiiipojnli-il only thi-cc' years  ajj-o, the*, totnl iiuionut collccti'd wns  only $75 iiltoirother. -Dn'rins the fh'j-t  nine months of Lhe jiiesent year the  ttiltil iinicuiptec'. c'lilloc-tctl was SJl'l.SiC-  03, tin average! of over l-il.COO :i moi-.lh.  ���������...ist year Lhe nveinire '.v.-is a hunt 1,-1,-  0"'j0. Sincu then Nnknsp litis been  made; an emtpoil, .-ind iht! wholi* t>l"  the tilocnn coniiii-y went with it.. -Tliu  increase litis kepi up in t.pitt: e;f Lhis  loss of loi-i-iltu-y. I inst mouLii the  totnl c-oUc-cted was^^flS. Jn spite of  Li'.is imiuciit-e inc.ousi; of revenue tin*  collecteiv's salary remtiiiis nt thu .same  paltry figure of $25 a mouth, as it wns  when the. pi'escnl collector was appointee". I-.Ii-. Il.iig has t'urrieti out  th-_!_wc.Lk_o__L!lt_'_orijf,e'__l___.fhe!__!i;rc__i_l_._M_t_  s'ltisfiiction c'f the pu'nik', nnd it is  time that the liep.irlniuut recognized  his services hy an increase of salary.  The "present .'iiTnngciiienl'. liccomes  lnore glaringly unfair, when it is noLe.d  that the cnlli't-ior nt the newly made  ontport of Xiikusp, whose district was  .sliced oft tin* l!evol.-lnki> die-trict :i few  montl'.s nj-'ti, gets double'the salary  fur Winking .tl'ler Hint portion - whicli  comes under his supervision, than Mi.  IJaipj got for nt ti'inliii{_; to Lhe business  of the whole: undivided district. '.Thi.-.  jietly fi-eatiiieiit of an excellent nlilriul  is fur from coiiilucive to t he c't'Hi;ii'ni'y  eif the public service. When lhe dc-  pni-fiue'iit gets hold of n gonel imin they  uiikIiI" to know eiiouf;h to pay him 11  siifiicient sum to rct.iiti his services.  Mr. J. "-li'limiti. nf Hiilnde'iphin.Pn.,  writes the I 1i:i,-.\i.d llittl, he inu-nd.s 1,0  oper.-ite the placer e-ltiinis .-le-ros.-? the  river, staked for him by Mr. O. F.  Wegener, in '.lit: near ftiLiu-e.  Mr. .las. S.'iv:ip;p. who is well known  as 11 first class tailor in i'timloops,  ltevelslol-.o anil other mainland towns,  has returned to his oltl position in .Mr.  H. S. Wilson's tailoring establishment,  the, in-_.re-a.-e of business warranting  tha iulioductioii of mtu-e help.  The .lolinson-fjuiiley concert ;>i. the  Mefhotlist cliurch ln������t night eliew a  big crowd. Jliss Pauline .fohm.on.  who .-ippe.-ired iti Ilie.Meilwiwk i-nsliiini-,  ret-ilctl several Inditin piece-s wilh her  usual thrilling ellVct. while l\lx: .Smiley  supplied the 1 i,*rliti'i" part of lhe i-iiLer-  tiiinuient to the great nimisi'meiit. of  the ntitlience. The want of ,-i little  ltiusie* lo relieve llie recitations sonie-  whnt iiinrr.-tl n'n otherwise most enjoyable evening.  Mr. John S-uitli*i-������oii i-.tirit! in from  the Jj-.'t (Jliiine-i* pl.icci- nsinc on Monday. V/euk ir. still pi ogre.'.siiig im Un*  e-hiiiu nntl the lunnel i**'-till being i-uti  to strike be-tl rock. Twenty five' elol-  l.'ii.-s wpi-i* inken out. of ti small shall  sii"ik ii: tliu tiinu'.'l f 1 urn abtuit '.) f<_-t-t  of the bt-dieit':. Tliis ;--. n cheering in-  ilicntioii. b'.tf btr.v far mini! Ihe tunnel  may have to J.).' 1 tin In-iot-i' it Mi-ikes  the ht-.lrot-k cttiuiot he i*>tiliiiiluii. Il  in.iy In-only a sli'ii-J di-.taure*. or iL  may be some coiisi'Ie'.'.ible lenglh.  Three men nie at picocut working on  it. I.  VISIT OF PREMIER TURNER  An Iii'.crv.cv/ on Uie  River   Bank   Protection Question.  T>iii"nif llu* visit of Mr. Tttruor to  I'ovel.doke on S-ilurduy he inel n delegation of Lhe (Iiiuncil of lhe I"n:nel of  Ti'iule in lli-.- Viclin-ia Jlotcl, with 11  view to n discus-lion on the much  naedetl piotection of our liver bunk.  The. subject was broached by the  president, Mr. *>ibli<iiil. and a long discussion on lhe* .subject, from every  point, of view followed. Thu Premier  Silid th.-it he h.-td i'01 merly been of the  opinion that this class of work devolved entirt'ly on Ihu Federal government, hut iL wns nn-.v clear Lo him that  by llio 11.1~. A. Act nnd Lho Lernis ol  union, Unit the province could be  called upon to co-operate, as the exclusive responsibility of Lhe Federal  government wns conlineel to the beds  of the nuvignble rivers, lie explained  lhat in some way, which ho could not  explain, Lhe Federal authorities had  neglected lo notify Lhe provincial g.'<v-  ernmenl of Lhe voLc- ol $10,200 passed  by the Dominion House for Lhe protection ol'Lhe bank of Revelstoke till  l.itei in the Inst session of Lhe legisl.i-  Ltire. It. was Lite.usual course Lo forward information of. item" ali'ucling  the. provine-o, which were passed in Lhe.  estinrites, at once, but this procedure  had nut been curried out in Lhis pm-  Licular instance. L"or his/iwn part he  acknowledged Lhe nt'C-e.-sity oT action  in Lho matter, but thought tliu lirst  thing lo be done wjulcl bo Lo get the  ground surveyed hy ti ,competent  engineer, one who was familiar with  river work, mid nn ostium'e of the cost  of the work furnished. Mr. Jle<y, thu  Dominion government engineer wn_  at present muking surveys on thu  lower Frnsor, and Inul informed him  that he would make 11 rcpoit 011 the  river hank heie belori- returning Lo  OLtitwa.  IL wns suggested Lhnt lhe. mallei-  wtis urgent, IhnL 1,-uiel, wliich should  furnish ti revenue to the province wus  being uitnnully washed nav.iy, nnd that  t'tiis wns ..Lhe be-_stt'mo for .1 survey to  be niaile, when the water was low.  Why could not the department he  asked to send Mr. Roy here nt oncu r  Tho Premier fell in with Lho suggestion and priiiiiUcd to wire lion. A. Ij,  Sifton nt the const lo that effect.  Tlie subject ottho i;niv,u.*,l incidence  of tax.ilion wns in-ou^ht up iiu-idt'P.t-  lly lo the river bank filtration, but Mt*.  Shti'.v st.-iLeil Lh.it this year nil property w.'.s being taxed us town lots, so  Lli.-iL fverytjoily will bu taxed alikcs in  rut 1111'.  On tho qiu.'s! ion of n waggon road Lo  the hi'tid of the canyon, tho dt-piiLa-  tion failed to extr.icL nnythiug more  snii.-i'.-u Lory Lhii'.i ail opinion from Lhe*  -p"t-._imi?_!i'-|hiitriin=eiiiiilit'el*-\\(iiiiil-li!ive-  to 'nu nppoinLcd tt*. look afler Lhe ctin-  struction ul'roails nnd-bridges iu Lin'  province!, tis In- regnrdod the pri-si-nt  sysleiii us very unviilisfiictory. IloatK  w.-ru being built not where Lhi; geu-  lii-til public wanted them, btiL where ti  l'e:W per-sons h.-ttl iiiluresLs,, giving rise  to luiii-li diss.-itisfartieiti.  Tht; Pi-eniic-r remiirkcil thnt il w;is  nlioiif time- Itevelstoke was gulling in-  corporaLt-il. .-is Llie; jil.-u-i- had inaili-siit-h  au asLonishing pri-.gi-i-.ss. JJe thought  that when iuroi-poraled the town  ought to take over the school as well.  In I'ne-t something woultl hnvi* to be*  done in the way of getting till incorporated towns lo assume the liimncial  re-ponsibili!y of llit-ir si-hool-s. ;ts the  drain cm Ihe revenue uniler the bend  of education was more than the province could stand.  The interview wns very interesting  tuul tit linii'M e]ititi> iinimiilcd. At ils  I'liisi!" the tlepiitnlion Ihunki'tl Ihe  Pri-inier heju-tily for the eourt'-oiis  lii-ai ing. which he hael nccortlccl to  their elenitinils.  The hit est advices from the Oui ne.-.s  Crei-k,(-.'o's. properl j'tire to the cU'ecl  that, work on the Ruseherry is going  on very satisfnclorily, nntl llie inine  riintinues to shew up veiy .promisingly under dc-veiiipincnl. Owing to the  expense, whicli woultl lie e'liliiiled by  coiilimiiiig the work all winler. operations will probably close tlowti tit the  end of this month.  Miss Gertrude M.-trrack. tin* Australian prima ilonim contralto, wlie* i.s tit  pie'st'iit performing at Victoria, will  give an c*nt'-i-t.iitimctit- here in about  two week's I hut*. .'She is support i-d by  ti sirring company, including Master  Siiiuiuy'JeihiiMin. the- prince of coini'-  eli.-ins, .Miss Kllit-I Wynne, solo pianist,  and olhi'is. Keleci ions lrom the new  Jtipnni'si' ripe rn "I'lies Geish.i" will  prtihilbly be given.  r.'.r Genls' furnishings, n-.-idy-inadi1  e-liitliing and lint-, n spl.-ndid a*-sort-  iiit-nt. A large; r.inge of suits, pant-,  etc.. till new good ;. 'I'll" ne- west styles  in ge-.its' lu-cl: wear, white anil fancy  shirts.' fyirg'.* iisMirliiient of iindcr-  ������e*ai' in fancy strip." wool merino.  Nice i.iugu of linglish nnti Scotch  gnuils ��������� import eel -spe-i-inl'v fur our  11.tele, ('eiiii't-t, styles i'i I'N'iWirns anel  soil, tell Sit.I:-. Our pi-iees. ar.; Very  rctis.on.ibli-.    I?tH"i:xi-: Itiu-d.  COUNTV   COURT  The New Courthouse Opened by Jucige  roriu This Morning  This morning nt 10 o'clock Judgi-  Forin upeiicd cuuuly court in the  t-oiii L room in tht- new government  building. On his honor taking his  se.-it i"Ir. A. ('. Al. Spr.tggu opeuctl tin;  IM-oceutlings by a blunt speech in  wliich he congratulated Lhe judge and  Lown on behalf of the bar nntl general  public mi the c-onniiodioii.-. new lonm.  now opened, showing ns it elid tlie pro-  gveaa ol' Lhe pluce. llenlludoil Lei the  e-lfoi-ls of the government agent in  'getting thu grant, mid pushing the  building Lhrough Lo completion.  [Jis- honor answered briefly, stating  Hint he himself had fully recognized  the need of ti court liouse in Revei-  stoke, and hael strongly urged the  necessity on the government. The  court room and his private room were  both very commodious anel comfortable. The latter could lie used for  holding chambers in the winter.  Other places wanted n court liou.se,  and Mr. Turner Intel promised Mini-m  appropriation should be made next  session for a large court, house next  tin; regiil riir's ollice at Kossland. The  premier was much concerned over the  needs of the district in these matters.  His honor, alluded to the charge of  severity which had been brought  iig.iiiisi the* mlnu'iiistratiiin of ju'-lice  in the province, lie had no sympathy  with any maudlin feeling towaid.-  criiuiii.-ils. The rights of the. public  had to In* protected. At the: saint-  time uveryoiiti would get an impartial  hearing, but the criminal classes  would have cither to behave themselves or be puni-ht.'d or leave the  country.- llu thanked Mr.- Spr.-tgge  I'or his lemtiiks.  The first case that came up was that  of ij. Murphy I'or assault on 11. A.  Utown. Prisoner elected to he tried  summarily nnd pleaded guilLy. The  e-a.-u was adjourned Lill 2 p.in." to give  the-, prisoner a chance 10 gel '.viines.-.es.  The case ngninsl Nicely wus also -itI���������  join-ni-d till lhis afternoon.  THOMSON'S   LANDING  Ancrlnisrestintj Budget of News From  the Lardeau.  Thomson' IjAxni.vi*, B.C., S.-pt. 30.���������  Mr. I. M. Citron, general merchant  here, litis left for :t visit to y.m Fr.in-  cis.c.o. Mr. J. W. Thomson"'will man-  ace hi-i business during his absence.  It se-e-nis ih: Citron, last year, took a  fancy to'u bonnet in tlmt city tiui! has  gone back to secure possession.  . The Lr.elo Bins., who own the Gainer  creek gohl mines, chine down" to Lht;  Landing today. They have been elriv-  eifoK Uie "'minis by snow and will bo  unable Lo tlo any innu*. work on llicm  till spring. II. is a pity these rich le.idn  wort! not disoovee-ed cai-li.'.r in the  season so thai there* woulel have been  time to pnl up thu liuc't-ssnry buildings  .-mil work nil winter. Wc hope1 however these c!.iim*j will be woi keel vig-  oursiy next sninuier.  Ltsi'ge Hocks of geese now fretjuent  the grass Hals in the vicinity of the".  Lamling. Siinie of our track shots  have ht'i'iijiringnt them, bntno grcsu  Tveu-u- lri lleTV"T'.-| 1 ti l~mdTi 5T~ wh en���������I "n r  ll'.-tiniy, I he chamliion ninn-otl of the  'j'rout Lake cemntry. appeared on ihe  seuf.u. His shouldered his rlllt- titnl  liiauagcil lo gel within j'Jd yards of a  flock,'{licked mil tt big gray goose, anil  ns it turned its right eye 111 make' observations, fired and elown full the  goose --hot through the- right eye. No  doubt Bun will secure e|iiite a few of  them before the se-.-vsein is. over. IJe  grumbles considerably about feilov.s,  who never cotiitl hit d gr.o-.e, |it-rsi.-litig  in firing at them and sciii-ing them  ,-iway. 0     .  _Mi*.*'.**rs. 1'"villi Johnson, of Kvniisport  ti nil !ku Thomson nf this place are- on  n visit Lo RuvelsLoke.  Sonii* time ago I warned people  through your p.-ipei' not to pm-cliiise  i-l;t-,-ip iiiturests in c-laiiiis they know  nothing about, bul if seems that tin*  wnrniiig lias lii*i:ii imlu'edetl. as seime  pm lies an; still eneiuiring about, lhe  value of pi.rrlmscs tl'.ey h.ivu iiiiuIis em  le.-ids that only assay a few dollars to  the; Ion," but which an; lepresented to  .-isstivover y2!K)1). People slieiuld under-  htand that those who have claims on  leilgi's wliich assay $2,0*00 or more :o  Lhu Lou will not sell an inteivst for "t~0.  Mr. Jas. Tobin. wlm lias been blnck-  smith hi-i-i' ror the List year, hns sold  hi:-. I1011-1' tuitl three lots to .\li-s.. J. M.  fiie-cn. ol' Xew AVeslitiin.-tc-!-, and le-ft  for a visit to his home in Oregon, lie  will return in about, a month.  Dr. I-j. Geoige is still tit the* Landing,  and has the* Klondike and smut her  fever hail, lie; is going to sell his gold  claims at Whiskey Point and leave for  the Klondike: in tiiespring.  GREAT BRITAIN AND SILVER-  PROPOSED     CONCESSIONS     TO  THE BIMETALLISTS AND  SILVER MEN  One-Fifth of the Bank Reserve in Silver  --Silver to be a Legal Tender up to  ������z$ and the Indian Mints aie to be  Reopened.���������Reception to Sir Wilfred  Laurier in Toronto. ���������The War on the  Indian Frontier.���������Henry George Ac- -  cepts the Nomination as Mayor of  Greater New York.  (Sl'KClAL TO  THE HKTtALD.)  London, Oct. 5.���������fhe Times yesterday morning in an editorial on lhe  lecent currency correspondence calls  for the publication of the detail.-, as to*  what the French" and American governments demand and offer.  The  Daily  News  in its financial article   refers   to  the   rumors that   an  active   correspondence   is   proceeding  between the home and Indian governments  and   that   the   concessions   tq- '.  America  will  include the holding of* -  one-fifth   of   the   bank   of   England's-  reserve In  silver, raising   the aniount-  of the legal tender of silver coin   from.  ������2   to  ������25 and  reopening the Indian ���������.  mints and says :    "It is very much   to* .  be desired that an  end should be piit. .  to the present   mischievous agiiitation:  .���������tnd it_ attendant disc]r.iel in repcirls.   .  Toronto. Oct. G-Sir Wilfrid llaurier-1  w is tendered a public  reception   yes-  '_  ten lay at Toronto.     The Premier  in*"  reply to the numerous addresses  stiid  lh.it Canada was now a nation tind no-  longer a colony.    Hon. Edward Blake-  addressed the Premier saying that he -  himself was belter tit choosing a lender-  than at heaving the standard himself.    T"  LeiNDON.   Oct.    0���������On    the    Indian-,  frontier the  Mullah's  force's are  pre���������,  paring lo fight the advancing British    .  u-eio])5. but"are "willing  to  accept or-  olfer terms nnel to end the war.  ' - -.���������  Montheai.. Orl. 0.���������Sir Win. Van-'  Borne left yesterday for the west oil.,  his annual lour of inspection.  "���������."uw TeinK. Oct. 0.���������Ileniy Geoige*-,  inns ncceplt'd the nomination tendered  him ltisc nighl- for  the   mayoralty  of  Greater New York.  rice of Silver  Kkxv Yonx. Oct. 0��������� Clo-dngprice of*  silver vetterdnv was "3; copper SU.l-l;*  Let," .i.1. " '  TK.-I SPOKANE FRUIT FAIR.  Opened Yesterday with a Grand Parade-  Nearly a Mile Long. ' ' -  Spokane. Oct. 0���������The  fourth  anmr-  al Spokane   Fruit   Fair" opened  here  yesterday wilh a magnificent  harvest  festival   parade.    The   procession   was.  nearly n mile* long anti   included   over  twenty flc-nis iepre*s'-nting the  United:,  -Knrte.-.   (-���������"TeTIir^Brititinr^Scrin-ditiifviifr"  tin: godde.-s of plenty, the mines of thes  Northwest and a number eif Spokane ���������  business houses.    On the British  float  Great   Biitnin   was    leprc-senled * by  Britannia with trident, shield anil helmet, sentfcl on a rock.   At each.e-orner,  of the float stood a British  soldier orj  -ailoi'. ami  it wtis  accompr.ned   by   n,  band playing British airs. '  Tht; match r.ict; bet1;  .1.  :>n Pi'tUpiece's  ,:irk and McC.nly's Banjo, wliich  iinie; off hist. Halm iiiiy..ift*'i nouii.clrenv  11 considerable' e towd to Front St. Tin*  rae-e was run in hi'.it.s. t wo out of three  iiiitl was a rpiarlcr milo in distance.  In the iir-l lu-ut the* chestnut won and  in the second the bl.'.ck. both being  well e-onli'-t';el. In the Inst heat the  I L.-iik c.imi' in first, but the judge* du-  I ciiW".1 Lh.it il w.-i" no race", owing lo a  foul i.'eing ela'tii.-jel bv the* b,u-ki'i-������ of  tht* black, which too*. p!-ic!''_ netuly  e)|*,pos:te the pti-l office. Ilowt-ver  inns; of the he-Is em ilic- tnee- have been  jipiil, though tin' '-t.ik._- li.'ve' net heen  h.-.nei'.-t1. ov.-r. Anolt.'-r rae-e* feu- .".7)11."  siite- i-- l-.e-iieg ai ranged lo take place in  , two vip.-k:, time.  THE PUBLIC SCHOOL  ,' ���������  Honor Roll of  Pupils for the Month of*  Septembcr.-  SENIOli  DIVISION.  Class V,���������1 Win. Beavo, 2 Frances  Dent.  Class IV.���������1 Marion Adair, 2 Evft  Lang. 3 F.dwnnl Jeffi.  Senior III.���������1 Klvie Lapsvold, 2  Erne-t Hanson,  3  Rose Viper.  Junior III.���������1 Essie Hamilton, S  Ancil Millier. 3 Thninao Allen.  Class II.���������IViirl   Robinson,   2  Delis?  Morgan, 2 Archie Bens.ill,  .1UNIOK DIVISION  Primer II.���������Bcntiice Bland,' Maud  Hyatt. John Fiaser.  Primer   I.���������Edwin      Reid.      Annie '  Siiviouiii. Frederick Robinson.  Tablet A I'l.uss.���������Ji'unie Hayatt.  Kathlei'ii Fraser, John Procynouski,  JnW's IVrrin.  Tablet  B  Class*.���������Harold   Burridge, .  Frederick Turnross. William Ogg.  Shipments of Ore for September  The following is the amount of the>  ore   shipments    threuigh    Revelstoke  during the past month : 1,  Lanark 120,000 lbs, $ 4 0S0  Id iho 548.000   '���������     3S.700  Reco 210,000   "     30,580'  Knlei prise 120.000   "       5 447  Slocan Star oOO.OOO   "     li'244  .Meteor  &J.000   "       7.515  The Liuiiiik oie was shipped to  Argentine-. Kansas, tin* Meteor to  ("mat Full.-. Mont., and the balance all  went to Omaha.  Customs Returns  During the month of September the  I amount e-edlee-ted at, the customs oflice.  j Re vi'l.-toke*. was S2.7G2, value* of duti-  ;;:l>le aiticlf.. X<>."UL Total 'ri>llt������t������d  I lorih- nine moiiths ended Sept. iOll*.  j SI l.SOo.GS. Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests c f  Revelstoke. Lardeau. Bin Fend,     rout Lako  lllecillewaet. Albert Canyon, .lordan  Piss and Eagle Pass Diatncla.  JOHN SOX  & PETTiriKCE  Proprietors and Publishers  A "eini-'Veokly Journal published in tlio  iatereit* ot Re.clstoke and the eurroundiuR  district, Wednesday* ond siaiurdai u, makinK  clciee������te_onnec!lon9 with all ttmtes.  AdveniBinK Rates: Disp'oy ad3. 51 SO per  columnluch. riDOpenocli whenins.-rt. don title  wrc Lepal aos. I2o p-r (Donpnreil) lino.for  rtret insertion ; 3c for cat h additional 11.301 tion.  Heading notiex-B. 15c per line each issue. Birth,  Vtrruito and Death notices, free.  Subscription Hates: By mail or rarrle r ?2 (Xi  pe*r annum ;  ~1.~3 fjr six months, strictly in  ���������jur������Job Deportment: ~im llBitii.n Job  Department 13 one of ilia boat equipped  crintinfc otttccs in Wes: Kootenay, nnd u prepared to execute til kiriria of printinK in lll-.,t  clasa style at honest prices Ono price to all.  No job too larne���������noue t.-o sinwl���������for us. Ale.il  orders prjmptly attended to. Givo us a trial  on yournextoid-r. .... _,  To Correspondents: Wc invite correspondence on any subject of interest to the) Kencr.il  public, and desire a reliable regular corros-  nondent in everv Ucituy suirounding  Itevelstoke. In all enses the bona IM*. name  of the writer niustaccompany manuscript, but  not nece38ati'y for publicalio .  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, 3. C.  NOTICE TO C0nRESP3.;DEN;S.  1 All correspondenco nui3t bo legibly  written on onesideot the paper only.  J. Corres-pondence containing personal  rrait.>r must be signed with tho pr per namo  of the writer. ...  3. i orrespondence with reference) to nny  thing thnt baB appesred in another pal er  must first be oflere-i for piib'.ica'inn to ibat  paper before it can appear in Iiie Heiiai.ii.  We now beg* to call the attention of the Public to our New Lines just  in   the   following"   articles :  DRY GOODS---Comprising* the latest designs in  Dress Goods, Oashmeres, Flanellettes, Laces,  Ribbons, Embroideries, etc., etc., imported  direct from Scotland.  WEDNESDAY.  OCT.   0,  1S07  HUDSON  RAY    EXPEDITION  The Government expedition  to  further investigate the  navigability of Hudson's Str.- its brings back  a discouraging report.  The steaiu-  er Diana, which cariied tlie expedition,   returned   last   week,   after  liaviug made six passages through  the  Strait?,   visited   Cumberland  Sound,    explored    the    coast    of  Baffiu   L'.iud,  discovered  a large  lake in the interior,  trawled for  cod fish without success, surveyed  both shores   of Hudson's Straits,  visited Fort Churchill, and obtained a lot of information from tbe  factors there, steamed "_>0 miles up  the Uugav-i: i\--.-:-ancl reached Fort  Chimo.     Tlie   expedition reports  unfavorably upon the commercial  value of Hudson's B*ty as a steamship route, owing lo fog-, shoals,  icebergs, want of lighthouses and  the counti y being bleak ami barren   with   no   communication    to  civilized regions.     The expedition  will return to make   a final run  through the   Straits to determine  exactly when navigation closes.  There is a suspicion in this report  of .the wish being father to the  thought. The people of eastern  Canada, for selfish reasons," have  always opposed the Hudson Buy  route. They brought such pressure ou the late Government as to  hamper the action it was well  knowu to be willing to take'toward  opening up the route, and now the  Liberal Government sends-out an  expedition to show that previous  explorers., were   liars and that a  I   AND   SHOES-Large shipment   of Fine  Boots and Shoes from best Canadian makers,  GENTS' FTJRNISHXNGS-The stock in this department is most complete. Shirts, Ties,  Collars, Socks, Hats, Ready Made Clothing",  etc. in great variety.  A gen to :  RAM LAL'S TE������  HARDWARE AND HOUSE FQRNISHINGS-  Parties furnishing are invited to inspect onr  Stock of Stoves and Heaters, including the new  Air Tight Heater, Granite Ware, Cutlery, Silver  Ware and Crockery. Ca,rpets, Oil Cloth and  Linoleum.   An extensive selection.  GROCERIES���������Our Stock of Groceries is always  fresh and first-class, being constantly renewed  by consignments from the best houses in the  Dominion.   "We lead in Tea and Coffee.  Agents :  Victoria Powder Oo.  route which was used~"IrJFTtoam-  ships and sailing vessels before the  members of the Diana party were  born is '' oE no commercial value."  What is one of the reasons advanced ? The absence of lighthouses ! Another is that there is  no communication to civilized  ��������� regions. Did the expedition ex'  uect to find cities up there, with  harbor?, docks and accomodating  pilots on little steam tugs coming  out to meet them "' All but two  of the reasons advanced against  the route can be removed. Lighthouses can be built, shoals can be  deepened, and telegraph*: or even  cables establisned. As for fogs,  they are plentiful on the present  Atlantic route and icebergs are  not un insuperable difficulty. The  very fact, of the Diana having  made in safety six trips through  the Straits this season, with till on  board in good health, is itself a  refutation of the adverse report,  and it is not likely that an interested finding, made at the instigation of an interested Government,  to gratify the prejudice of an interested people,is going to annihilate a route which the'IIudson liny  Co. hasused forovara century nnil  toward which in connection with  a railway to the bay Western  Canada looks as her savior from  freight rates whicli for geographical reasons mustalways remain  high on other routes.       "       '  Since his return to tin* l"itited  HUites the American papers have lit-en  making a great ado over Lieutenant  Peary's uieteoroliU*. He (delict! it oil'  a Canadian inland up in Daf'in'.s liny.  It is n very large one. tlie- largest Iiy  much that was ever discovered. Tha't  is because; it is Canadian; it. is the* kincl  o: tneteoroh'.e wc grow in tliis country.  Lieut. Peary is cleat ly open to prosecution for stealing, anel unless American papers conduct themselves more  civilly in the future- we mny de-maml  the restoration of our property and  the punishment of the robber. -Meantime we leave it with them as a hostage for their better behaviour.���������Free  press.  PATTERSON'S   DEATH  HE WAS STANDING IN THE  ,     BOW OF THE BOAT  And Fell When the Rocks Were Struck  The Accident Due to Mistaken  Directions.  Jos. IC. Devme, Edward Harris. A.  XV. Complin, 11. W. Richmond tind 1".  Hunter, of the Ilamillon-"Y"ukon expedition on their return to Edmonton  gave the following account oi' llio trip  to Grand 1" lipids and tlio accident  which resulted in tht; drowning ot  Wm. Patterson. They left the Landing on the evening ol' Sunday, August  2-j'lli, tind drifted all night, and with  only one or two stops for meals, until  10 o'clock on jSlonday night. They  lied up for the rest ot that night, tinel  started at live! o'clock on the. morning  of Tuesday, "1st. Very shortly after  slut-ting they passed the Pelican rapids  without mishap, there being hull! nr  danger there. They had no guide  froiii the "Landing, expecting to gel  one at the Grand r.irids. About four  o'clock on Tuesday afternoon they  reached Grand rapids. Thoy had been  sailing, bul ou coming to rough water  above the head uf "the rapids they  dropped the sail and drifted with the  current. They had been Lold Lo land  ou the right bank above the rapids,  but were told to keep a sharp look out  for the police post, iind Unit when Ihey  saw that they should pull ashore. As  a matter of fact they should have  landed at the steamboat landing on  the right bank about a mile above; the  police post and two miles above the  head of the island which is also at the  heacl of thej-apich,^ They were looking  ouC~for~lhe post, but ivlreirtlioy-saw'-it'  it was too late to pull over to it. They  were towards the west side of the  river when Ihey caught sight of tlu;  police post, and heading for over the  rapids by the west channel. L-mg-  wortliy'sparty who were at the head  of the island "saw them coming and  fired guns to warn them that they  were wiong. The boat was turned  for the island, but was too far down  stream to reach its held. To keep  from going'down the rapids the boat  was * jammed between two rocks.  Patteison was not asleep, a~ wtis  reported, but w.as standing in the bow  iinel it is believed put his foot over lhe:  side to ease tho shock of the boat  striking the rock. He was thrown  overboard. The water was four or  live feet deep with a terrible current.  He stood for a minute or two in it  and a plank was thrown to him which  he seized. A rope was also thrown,  hut he did not reach it. The current  swept him off his feet anel he was carried down the rapid. The rapid is  about half a mile in length with a  fall of SO feet with many rocks in it.  Once he was swept down the rapids  there was no chance of saving him.  The nai ties on the island trie-d to  reach him with a rope as he was being  swept clown, but the attempt failed.  A rope was,brought lrom Lho island tn  the boat by a canoe, and having been  made last the men held on tin; rope  anel waded ashore;. The cargo was  taken out safely anil the boat brought  ashore. The; boat was considerably  damaged. The party remained on the  island four days searching for Patterson's hoely without avail. The boat  was so much damaged Unit the pilot.t  would not undertake to guiele it  through the rapids. The party therefore decided to give up their trip for  this season, hut expect Lo go norlh by  the same route in April. In the meantime Hunter anel Richmniul will titip  on the Athabasca and Dcvinn and  Harris will go east.  Langworthy's partv and the Fresnei  partv left the Grand rapids for the  north on the same clay as the Hamilton party start ed on Until- return to  Ktlmeiriton. They met the lirst Chicago parly 10 milesjthis s-ide of Grand  Lipids and Messrs. Hell and Iteid eif  Calgary, with two canoes this side; of  Pelican rapids. They met a l.-ttge  number of other parties on the river.  They describe the method nf making  the portage at (ji-aml rapids as follow.-:  Moats going down.streaiii should l.-uiel  on the cast bank at the steamboat  landing, about two miles above the  head of tho rapids, but there were two  ot three teepees, so that a sharp look  out must be kept for the place. Half  the cargo i.s unloaded at the landing  and a pilot must be taken who guides  the boat wilh half a load through very  had water and amongst rocks to the  .head ol the island. The half load is  discharged on the island and the  empty boat taken back lo the landing  for the balance of lhe load, which is  also brought to the; island. The II. B.  Co. have.a tramway with a handcar,  the use of which might be arranged,  for. The" empty boat is let down  carefully by linos held on the island in  the east channel anil brought around  to the landing al, the lower end of the  island. There it is loudotl again. A  piece of bad water has Lo bu passed  Lhrough iihnosl immediately below  Lhe Island, for which a capable* and  experienced piloL is npcessai v. For  thu river from the steamboat landing,  two miles above Lhe. head "of Grand  rapid?, lo Fort jMcMurray. S7 miles  il  is  simply   foolhardy   to   go  ! Fl  j The  Centre   of  the   Lardeau   Mines  .���������apuls, t  below, i  without a competent pilot.  ThQ  Pioneer  Stores  L'liclo .liininie Lane, an Irishman by  birth, but ;i citizen of Caunel.-i. ;-inro  18:52, clioel on Fritlav in Toronto at the  advanced acre of 10- years. He enjoyed good health Lo the last.  ^of Ferguson  and Ten Mile  Cummins & Co.  GI"-"*���������*I"KAL "IERC11 ANTS  Dealer in -Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Hoods.  -���������-.vcrytliinfc  to   te   fotititl in n. general store.  Foat OHicj in connection.  j-tour TKN-.MILIC UltAMClI f tore  Powder. Caps. Fuse, Coal, Slecl,  and all Miners' ami Prospectors' Supplies are   kept on hand      BJITeHO a. CO.  General   ..e/Aereliants.  A nd Until Jt A //���������Every  page, every column, every  line. Xo paper in North  Kooteuay has one-fourth its  circulation, or is as well read  by so many persons as Tin-;  Semi-Weekly Revei^tuki-;  Herald. To reach the people  of Xorth Kootenay its  columns must be used, and in  fact it can bonst of what no  other paper in its district  ran. Every bu-ine1'" hou^o  in Revelstoke nelvertises m  it. and are satisfied it brings  results. What better guarantee could outside advertisers ask V  It' newsy column", its  telegraphic,its typographical  neatness, its free delivery, its  interest in tho welfare of  Kootenay, are <-tt*ntlily increasing its circulation.  Wc solicit your business  em the bit-is of results���������not  from _ sympathy. We can  help increase your  business.  Write ns Ior particulars.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted, etc.  FEP.SUSOeN, B, C,  The' Centre;   of   the   Lardeau   Mines.  '   Be Sure and register at the  pBJIUAORJIL- hotel  When you reach FKRG'.'SOX.  -The; table.-, i.-,  |,iu\ mi-el   with  the bust  the   market- it lien els.     Rates  from  if'2  to .S'.'l per day.  Cl.'MMINf.'S HKOS..   ���������   Proprietors.  !!i2 Revelstoke Herald  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  wmmmm  PROMPTLY SECURED  GET RICH QUICKLY. Writo lo-elay for  ntirho-u-.liftililltiMtraiijel Jlookon I'ntcnl.snnel  (lie f_iscln.it iriK story e.f n, poor Inventor who  iiinilc $i7MK-.ii<>. Sonet its n. roilRh sketch  or model of your inve'nLioti .iti'l v-e, will  promptly It'll jon FREES if it ia nt;v/ anti  jirohtebly patentable.  Nohambn^. Honest Service Specialty.  Tough canes i-tyexle-el in other li.intU .ami  foreign applie-ations. References: llonor-  .'tl'lo T. Ilttrtliiaiiine*. prop, ot " La. I'n.-ne*,"  Ilonornhlo I). A. I'o?t, tho JcnelhiK tio'.vs-  papcr.*, l!aTil:'-i, Lxpre���������.s Companies & clionti  in any locality. All l*ale:iilH.������e;citre'el lliroiiKh  oura'-.-ne-y art; liroti^hl, heforo tin; piil������li<;by  n. rtpe-e-ial Ttoiie-ej in over .V/) nejv.vpapcrs.  MARION & MARION, Patent Exporta,  Temple Httiltlinn.lfi-.St. .lamesSt.,Mor.trcttl.  Tlio only linn of Gxaduato Englaoors In  the Jlominion tranwact inti; patent fcusiucsa  ���������Xcluslvcly,   Mention tliii paper.  When You Reach  Thomson's Landing-  -      e.e; T'i  -i-i||.;   ���������  ^^ pR-OSPEOTOR/S  *    EXOHJI-NeE. .  Iie;s.|, meal- in the L irde.ni.   Stage and  Livery in connection.  T.   XV.  GRAHAM!".   PROPRIETOR.  The  J\ rrowl.ead  -Hotel  Porter    meet-'     all  tiains iinel ijoai-;  Bar supplied with all  the necessaries  Arrowhead,  H.C.  V..  J.   KERR,  Proprietor  Prospectors'  Home  .Meals  25e  RCUT LftX: CITY HOTEL..  Mrs. A. E. Jowett, Proprietress,  Trout Lake City,  B. C.  Tins Hotel hns .iu-jt been enlarged " anti reliLieti, newly furnished thi'Oiigiie-t:!, making it till!  liest Hot**! in liu^City. , The table  is one of t.ii" best supplied in the  Lnrdeuii. The! liar contains every  thing to liiako you happy.  -Wholesale dealei s in  Agon Is .-for K. W. Kam Co.'s Pianos, and tlie Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated  Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  *\/l ETHOUIST CHURCH ��������� Rcvclstoko.  x*x PreacliiiiK services at 11 a.m. and 7:110  p.m. Cla^s uiceiiiiK al. tho close of the  morning service rahbath School anel Biblo  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evening ut 7:30 p.m. Tho  pub iunrc cordially invited.   Seats free!  KKV. J. A. WOOD. I'a--lor.  f-UUROir Oil" ENGLAND-St. Peter's,  ^~t Rcvcli-toke Hours ot service: Evening  prayer doily at 5 o'clock. Fridays at i::)0.  Sundays and I-'esiivals: Holy Communion alS  a.m., morning prayer at, II. Sunday School  and Bible Cia-B at _!::)���������), cvocins prnyir tit 7:1)0.  First "Stinelay in lho month Holy Communion  at morning services.   FRANK A. FORI', Vicar.  pRESni'TEItlA" CHURCH���������Ilcvclstoke*.  a- Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. und 7:30  p.m. nib"e Cliss at 2:"0 , p.m., lo which  all are welcome. Prayer meeting at. 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR. Pastor.  IJ OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ���������Revel-  *-^ stoke. Mass fouith Sunday in month  al-lO-SO UTlil'   --   -  REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  MITCHELL   &   CO.  INSURANCE   AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS.  MINING   BROKERS.  Calgary, Alberta  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation. .Best  Wines, Liejuors and Cigars at tho Bar.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  KESSOZr'  The   largest hotel   iu  town.        Centrally    located  .Choice   Wines,   Liquors   aDd  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Rates -" SI     per    day.  Sb.   Leon   Hot   SpriDga,   ou  Upper   Arrow Lake,  run in connexion.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Gocel Style at Lowest Prices.  Doug las Street ��������� IIevelstoke  itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept   ' on    hand.  Drs.   McKeclinie   and   Jeffs. Attendants  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Mai! Orders Promptly Attended To.  (>:-tt  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  or \vi.*>li a company formed, or  want to hay a mine or-shares  in any mini*, want to invest in  .Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow, write at once to  rJ.7I.ME8   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine .Brokers.     Mining Stocks      -  No. 0 Mill St.. between Riversiele and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash,  Brown & Clark, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Fop Youp  eHouse Cleaning  Send I'or wimples of our Wall  Paper. Prices from 10c, l'2\c,  lite up lo 50c a roll. Mail  orders carefully attended to  Linton Br-otlzeps  Calgary, Alberta  W. G. BIRNEY  Painter  Signs and Pa er Hanging  A Specialty.  -  0 Adtlrcs3 caro ot Union Hotel  Revelstoke  il"fretz  Contr-aetop and Builder-.  Shop opposite Ituporial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  nn      Terms Cash  F. McCarty  Wholesale and  Retail  Butcher  Dealer in: "  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station   -    -   B. C  Any one Requiring  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming  Than you can afford to  steal it and take tho  chances of being caught  Claying  RSpe.ialty  U6oa Prices  LiEE St flT^I^SOK  ,/ Buildefs and Dealers In  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  -  Heavy Cartago Wagons,  Etc., Etc.  Second hand Buggies, etc. always  on hand  Write us for prices and particulars.  We can build you a rig to order  they can't be beat.  CHUGH-RY,  fiHBEI~TH.  C. B. jWaclean  ARCHITECT,  and BUILDER  FstimaUBftrnishcel. Plana onel speci-  ilcations insilc. Am also prepired to do  shop and .iejl ii-ork on thdl eliortefct  iiOticc. U infection, guaranteed ia  every case.   Gall or write for terms.  Slain Street      ���������      Revelstoke  Ji��������� A    NEW  ISSUE    OF  STAMPS  POSTAGE  I*,-..  SIR    OLIVER'S   SUCCESSOR  Another Mine Sold for a Big Figure-  Canadians Boycotted in the States  ���������A Rumor About Our Lieutenant-  Governorship.  Vancouvkii, Septc-mlc-r iS.���������The.  steamer I'ciciniLlam brings lhe news  thnt heavy rains have. Iltv.dcd the  rivers itL Dyea and Skagway am! 1 Imf.  thi! trails are in a, iearl'iil condition,  blocked with dead horses, ami il would  be madness lo start out now.  London, September '2S���������Lord Ashbourne stales that-there i" no fnundn-  tinii in the ruinor th.-itho would succeed  tlie Hurl of Aberdeen.  Wolphi.y, September 2S.���������Voiing  Jen-dan was kiliei! Yesterday and another boy wounded bv the- accidi-ntnl  el'schnrgi- of }t gun with whicli they  wi'io playing".  Wasiiisoton, Seplemhcr2~.���������-"When  the I5riii.-h Ainh-ts-sador re-.-ichcs here  next month negeilialions lur le'ci-  procity treaties under the now t-trill'  law will he taken np.  London, September 2S.���������The Icelandic p.'iilinment has voted money  for a cttlile from Iceland  to  Scotland.  Oaihian, September 25,���������Three  st auks of oats anti a new separator he-  longing to Fiank Ih-idgcs was burned  yesterday.  Qua iidvilli", P.i.. Snplemb'.'r *2S.���������  JSMne men received fatal injuries and  many were seriously wounded in a  bloody riot here yesterday. Tlie battle  wtis the outcome! of the Hay.letown  trouble.    All were Polish miners.  Simla, Sep'ember -3.��������� General  Westniacott. destroyed the villages cf  the Kuakhell tribe yesterday.  Havana, September 2ii.���������Tne. ins-urgent forces have t-iiptuic-.l Victoria de  Liis'Ximns. They plundered the private residences and committed many  brutalities with women and girls. It  is said tliey mutilated ninety-eight  volunteers and innc.cent children.  '.Winnipeg. September SS.���������James  Stanley, ennl.raclor died suddenly yesterday at lhe Manor House  "sondon, September "7.���������The Spectator, accepting as si fact the report  that the. United Slates hnsnilmonislied  Spam, linds it dilllrult to think war  can he avoided, adding: ������������������Apart froin  the fact that in pride and ignorance  Vif the coiirc-ijiiencco Spain defy the  United States, war is probably con-  friile������reel lo he the !>''*.t, way cut of the  difficulty,- Were tlie Government lo  iinvpobi! Uie abandonment of Cuba in  cold blond it wuu'.d simply mean  handing over thu country to Djii  (Jiirlos. So the Government proposes  i,o employ the United States, tis the  surgeon, to do tlie necessary ampuln-  ial'ton, which will alone prevent the  t'uban gangrene from spreading  to the rest of llie body politic."  After detailing Spain's iniquities in  (Jubii. the. Spectator continue-. "To  prolong the war would be a crime and  if the United Slates choosers, to stop  these hideous cruellies all Englishmen  ���������should applaud and refuse to enquire  .'.OQ-f.-arrowIy into the reason which  ������������������nflucsjced her statesmen iii putting  -oressitt-ej against Spain." Keferring to  Ihe objection of patriotic United State.-  .citizen's, to the admission into the  iiinion oi Onha and Hawaii as states  and thu et)ii--e<jiieiic election ot senators bv degraded populations, the  ���������Spectator si v.-: "The duty of the  .United Stales* is Lo slop the long agony  of Cuba and if the. constitution admits  of her doing so safely, the sooner she  amends her constitution so that she  can hold her new acquisition on a dilf-  _ei***int fooling the better for her and  fop humanity."  Londok, September 20.���������An extensive economical revolution is in sight,  _jf..tlie_claiius ofJ___r.__Priuv_eiv Geerlings  turn out lo be what the doctor a"s-  .se'rts thev are. Dr. Geerling, a govcrn-  mb.nt oflicial of Java, and formerly a  professor of chemistry at the university of Amsi ordain, announces a simple  method of converting potato starch  into su".ii'. He lodges his description  of the method with tho French ac-  sulemy of sciences, so as lo secure  priority for his invention, although he  is not ready to make the detail-public.  BoMiiAY. September 25.���������Recent  advices from the scene of iho-wreck of  the bridge on tho Kangalore-Misore  railwav near Madu'r, indicate that 1;*0  person's were killed and II injured.  About 70 persons succeeded in making  their escape. Most ot those killed and  injured were natives. Tho train was  -crossing the bridge ill it considerable  rale of speed and has been entirely  submerged by the waters of  the river.  lho Oriik.jas, the rebellious   trilies   on  the Indian frontier.  .*_. r.iu-:i.ic  crisis  London, September 30.��������� A political  crisis is now on at Athens, il is expected lhe   government   will   resign   Lo-  luoi'icr.v.  ANOTHER CIIISIH  Maiiisii*, Septemberl'D���������The Spanish  cahinet has resigned. Sagask, the  Liberal louder has been telegraphed  for by the lliteon Regent.  .lAI'ANESK  ANIl  HAWAII  Wasiiinutun, September 30.���������Minister Moslii, nf Japan, denies that, his  government has accepted one hundred  thou'iiud elollais as tin indouinity for  the. tejection nf Japanese by the Hawaii, in government.  what dobs this poutenii?  Nottinuua.m, September 110���������Father  Igiiiilius caused a sensation here yesterelay by declaring at a convention  that "we: are on the fringe of a great  apostiicy."  A MILLION DOLLAR l-'lltH  Washington. September .IIO���������The  Capital Traction Uoinimnv's buildings  have been tlestioycd by lhe and the  ll'imcs spread to the huililings on  Pcnnsylvaniii avenue anil "D" streets.  The diinirge io esliinated tit one million dolltus.  Tim ni:w loud aiAYOit  London, September SO.���������Lieutenant  Colonel Horatio U.ivid Davis has been  chosen Lord Mayor of London.  instantly killed by one of the robbers.  As the stage was passing through a  heavily wooded purl ot the road, seven  miles from here, the bandits suddenly  appeared and oi tiered the driver to  stop, Harnett, who was seated on the  rear of the stage, heard lhe older and  plunged his hand into his hip pocket  to seeiue his purse. The highwaymen  thought Bin nelt about to draw ii  pistol and lired. the charge striking  liiirnetl. in the neck, killing him  instantlv. The robber-, then .secured  three express boxes and disappeared.  A sheriif is now trailing the outlaws  with bloodhounds. If captured they  will undoubtedly be lynched.  TARTE GRENIER CASE  LABRADOR   FISHERIES FAIL  PLENTY  OF     PROVISIONS  DAWSON  AT  A Boiler Explosion in British Columbia  ���������Firemen Killed���������Yellow Fever  Victims ��������� Bush Fires at Turtle  Mountain-���������Ralli   Ministry    Defeated  Ottawa, Oclo'ner 1.���������While nt tending a meet ing of the Liberal association last nighl, li. Lelilanc, city license  commissioner, dropped de.ul of  heart disease.  I'llOVISlONS   AT DAWSON,  - Victoria, October 1.���������Dominion  Government        Surveyor Ogilvie  says there" are enough provisions at  Dawson for four thousand people for  the winter and that theie need be no  starvation.  THE  LAUKADOR  l-'ISHERIES  St. John's, Nfd., Oct. 1.���������The failure  of the Labrador fisheries is complete,  the catch heingbelow that of last year.  Much destitution is expected.  I'.OlLEIt   EXPLODE''.  Vancouver Octoher 1.���������The boiler  of engine '5.-1 on the C. P._l". exploded  yesterday near 'White Creek bridge,  killing bi-akc'in.inGeo. F'son and scalding the engineer and fireman.  ,1-U'jVN'- representative,  London, October 1.���������Count O'Kuma  will i-epreMjnt Jiiptin" in the. Behriin?  Sen. controversy and other important  mattc-i'- between lhe United Slates  and Japan.  PRINCE CARL'S DjVNOER  London, October 1���������A despatch from  Copenhagen to the Daily .News says  that lhe torpedo boat commanded by  Prince Carl met with au accident and  nearly foundered while returning from  the Jubilee festivities of the King ot  Sweden.  URlTISIlEl'.S in UELCiuar  Brussels, October J.���������British subjects hold a meeting last night to protest iigiiinsltlieBelgi.in law compelling  foreigners to serve in lhe  civil  guard.  "IORE STRIKES  Chicago. October L���������A street car  strike is imminent and the police are  held in readiness for immediate duty.  A JIONTREAI.ER SWINDLED  St. Paul, October L���������T. L. Young,  of Montie.il. was swindled out oE $1)!)  dollars on the Soo piissenper train  between Minneapolis and St. Paul  yesterday.  ��������������������������� -RUSH-FIRES���������---    -���������   Winnipeg, October L���������Bush fires  are raging in tho timber reserve at  Turtle Mountain and great* damage  will result. "  YELLOW FEVER VICTIMS  New Orleans, October 1.���������The  total number of deaths tiom yellow  fever now  mounts up lo sixty.  RALLI   MINISTRY DEI-'Ii.YTED  ATH1--NS, October I.���������The Ilalli ministry w:',-, deletited yesterday on a  vole of want of confidence when considering the peace tietity with Turkey.  Mr. Tarte Received a Salary as Paid  Organizer and Also Other Party  Money  Montreal, September 20.���������The examination ot tho lion. Mr. Tarte for  the defense in the case of Tarte vs.  Gi oilier, continued this morning. In  reply to Cornellier's question, Jlr.  Tut-to gave evidence, dealing with the  charge in the article complained of,  lh.it. he had lived oil the L'beral party.  In ISIS at Sir Wilfi id Ltiuriei's request  he took charge of Liberal reoi'g.iniza-  li'jn in Quebec province. For this  service he was to go'. $1,000 a vear.  Up lo the general election of 'i)0 he  had received in all but $1,000. and he  lived oti his sessional indemnity, on  money raised by pledging his insurance and on money obtained lrom the  private resource's of his family. The  cheque handed Mr. Tarlt* hy Premier  Laurier for $1,000, was given by the  Hon Louis Tourville and was passed to  Tarte's sons tor newspaper piu poses,  iind the monev whicli was intended  for election purposes in L'Islet was replaced by the advance given by T. G.  Shaughnessy, of the C. P. R. for printing. This money, S2.-100 was given to  witness' sons who reimbursed him the  .$1,000. In respect of the Tourville  check, some, sparring between Mr.  Tarte and Mr. Cornellier took place,  the former said ho considered this a  ease of lhe blackmailing game.  SOME FORTUNES  the  in  also a heavy stockholder in the Highland, of Soiilh Dakota, which has paid  .*j.:*,000,000 in dividends.  Ogden Mills is directly indebted Lo  mining for lhe great fortune with  which he enLertauis so royally. He  was a lller and made at the lowest estimate .$1.~>,000,000 lrom the gold fields.  Mr. Mills owns the controlling interest  in the Alaska Tre.idwcll���������lhe gold  mine which has the slump mill with  the largest number of stamps iu the  woiltl2S0; the mine whi'.-h pav.s $2."j,-  000 dividends, and the ore of wliich  can lie treated for $1 per ton.  QUtLEN VIC"! ORIA'S t'fi-AM,  !<onii<  Wnmi* !   Win"  tluvv  er -".'.tin.-.  IRRIGATION  Ottawa, September 'iO.-It islenrned-  on good authority that Hon. David  Mills has accepted the portfolio of  ���������justice to succeed Sir Oliver Mowat.  ' New designs'for postage stamps  .Inive been selected. The new issue  will he out in about three months.  A  NEW  BRANCH  Buffalo, Senteinber 30.���������The J3ank  ���������of Montreal bas established an agency  liere, wilh O. W. Yarker, of Toronto,  .us manager..  ANOTHER MINE SOLD  WiNi'U'EG, September 31).���������It is  stated bote that tho Olive mine, in the  Lake of the Woods district, has been  sold to an English syndicate for thrce-  epiartcrs of a million. '' Many Winnipeggers are interested in the pi operty  aiul will make small lortunes out of  their lucky speculation.  A  LAWYER, DEAD  Saunia,    September    '50.���������C. C. M.'.  C.arvcy, barrister, is dead.     lie was a  former law partner of  the  Honorable  Pardee.  THE LAND OI' THE EREI*  PEORIA,  111.,    September  30.���������Two  ollicers of the Order of Railway Telegraphers have been arrested for prom-  "sing positions to Canadians.  ANOTHER  RUMOR  OtTj'W,\. September ���������'*>.���������It is reported here that J. V. Sifton. father  of'the Minister of. (he  Inlet ior.   is  lo  -KijT-ceed, Liciil.-Govcr.:or   Mackintosh  of the Territories.  r.OIUI l'OK THI". AMEER  London. September .in.���������The Ameer  The Sixth Annual Convention of the  Irrigation Congress Mow Being  Held at Lincoln, Nebraska.  Lincoln, Neb.. September 2!).��������� The  Nebraska stale capital   will   have its  till this week ofdiligation and subjects  relating thcielo.    The sixth  national  irrigation congress,  to   which   nearly  500 delc-gacesJ have been designated,  and the   fifth   annual   session   of the  state irrigation convention,  for which  -1,000 invitations were sent  out a few  months since, is now in session.     The  national co"gress convened this morning in the hull of the House   of Representatives, being called to order by E.  R. Moses, of Kansas, chairman   of the  national executive committee.    As in  previous years this session of the congress will bo devoted  to papers   and  discussions    concc-ning    means   and  methods of reclaiming the arid west  and    providing     acres    ot    land   for  the     homeless.       Special      features  of    the    present    gathering will be  an address by XV. 3. Bryan; a talk bv  Booth-Tucker, on the Salvation Army  colonist'tion of arid lands: while C. C  Wright, the author of  tho  celebrated  "California  Act"    after    which   the  Nebraska   law    was   copied.   Bmger  Herman commissioner ot general laud  ollice=, and lillwood Mead, of Wyoming, the  first   iirig.itioti   profes.-or  in  the United Stales wiljalsp he heard.  STAGE ROBBERY  Which    Sagacious    Citizens    of  United    States     Have    Made  Mining.  New York World recently published  the following arlicle.which gives some  idea "of the money made in mining in  the States, iind demonstrates the fact  that legitimate mining pays:  W. M. Htirrinian, the vice-president  of tho Illinois Central, who lives in  New York���������although many of his  most intimate friends do not know  lhat he owns mines���������has made $1,000,-  OilO mining, principally "out of the  Golden Reward mine in South Dakota.  W S.Garnee, oneof the first mayors  of Chicago, but who now lives in this  ctv, has made 8500,000 in the last- five  years mining in Colorado and Montana.  Anton Ellers, president of the Colorado Smelting Company, who lives in  Brooklyn, has made out of the Siiiug-  ler Union in Colorado and out of oilier  mines iu Colorado, Idaho and Montana  at least $500,000 in the list few years.  John J. Blair, who is sometimes  called the foiuth richest man in the*.  United Slates, has made $10,000,000  mining in Candel.iria, Nevada, nnd in  Montana and Idaho.  A. Foster Higgins, of New York,  president of tho Mexican Northern  Railway, has made $1,000,OCO out of  mines in Mexico.  Theodore Beidell, one of the-early  piotiefisol Leadviilc, with N. With-  erell, made $750,000. He now lives at  Summit. N.J., and does business down  lown .it 100 Broadway.  James Shields, father.-in-law of Marcus Daly, wha spends half of his time*  in New York, was a shift boss anel  M.ucus   Daly   a mine   laborer  when  Dalv-mn'i'ieel -his-daughtei1 =He Ji.is  made $o00,000 in mines,   while   Dalyj  has itiiitle several millions.  A. S. Bigelow. president of the  Boston and Montana has made $5,000,-  000 in mining.  Thomas Nelson has made $5,000,000  in mining.  Herbert L. Terrell, of SO Broadway,  hits made 'over $3,000,000 in mines in  Oiichuabna.  11 is not generally known'that W.F.  llavemoyor is a silver baron as well as  a sugar king, but such is it fact. He  estimates his fortune from the Cimarron mine at Telluride, Colorado, to be  $1,000,000.  John E. Searles is another sugar  king who does not confine himself to  sugar.He has a son-in-law in Colorado,  lie showed Mr. Searles a good thintr.  It was. It cost Mr. Searles ������2,000,000.  Oliver II. Payne, son of the* late  Senator Payne, deals in other things  besides gas and oil. He has made  fully $.',000,000 in Eulalia and Colhua-  luia. Mexico, where he owns two of  the largest, mines in that country.  Lewissolm Brothers, of SI Fulton  ������������������treet, the largest handlers of copper  in the wrrld, out of their mine "in  Arizona, the Old Dominion, and the  Boston and Montana and Butte and  Montana, iu Montana, have- made  .~2.~00.0G0. ' '   ,���������/  '  Phelp, Dodge to Co., onoiof the  largest metal houses-in the" woild,  have made SIO.OOO.HOO mining in the  last few years.  ���������W. A. Clark, of Montana lately, but  now of this city, has made $10,000,000  out of mining, principally out. of  Colusa and connecting mines in Montana, and out of United Verde, in  Arizona, which by several experts is  called the greatest mine in North  America. Lost vear it p������id .$1,500,000  in dividends. Mr, Clurk'd latest venture was buying the Mayflower in  Arizona, In ihe first sixty feet he  look out S100.C00 more than he paid  for the mine.  J. B. H.-mcar, whose oflicps arc in  the "tills building, has made$00,000,000  in mining, principally out of the  Hoincst.ike and associated mines,  which have paid millions and millions  in dividend": the Anaconda, in Montana, which paid $3,000,000 in dividend  l.-i'i v-.-fir, em a cautilization of $30,000.-  000, with the stock at a premium of 20  elf llit> Neetnlil  l������'r;*t.e>el  If Queen Vii'tniiii collie! lin.l fill" "ii  lier Inriliil.i.v l.Uti.v "ill in -'il elutvi: f.t:'l  itiuik ciM-r llie lei.itti'Ktilile- \vin-..i-ii \vli-.  Itiive lived since s|i._- Mrs,- --aw the !i.:lu  in IM!I. wlittl tl brilhiml hsl .site ciiiM  rec-iill!  Aiming novelists there im* lew iitinu-s  its Kic-ttl tis tliitt e_>i' (leorge l-'ii-il, :i!iel  lliu iiii.litir e>f "Aeliiin Iii-.!-.-" v.-.-i-. b-.i.-i  il, tlie smite year its llie Qnee.i liei-eir.  .Vliioli!; pnels. since llie liuieliil ���������J.l1.|i.m  _:ui!,' loiij;, lonj; ii;_i) in (slivce, tin \>'ii  inttit's mime was iiu'ite wen thy a ii'.iti-t-  Willi llie licsl until .Mrs. Hi ovinia: ailil  cil Iters lo tin. illustriiiiis list nf llie  Victorian nge-. In science Slniy Sinner  villi* mid Caroline Uer-clic! -li-l i-iic'i  work tis would shed honor lqieiii tin.v  reign, and ilicuo two piitii-nt iclie.l \k.  by llie way, were almost centc-iiiiiitiu.t. n������  the I uniler with 02 when site tlii'il, tuul  the latter was 08. The existence ot mjc-1.  sturdy i,pi listers rather ri-nitc-. li'.,.  theory Hint -trillions intellectual l.ibt.r-"  nre wearing upon a woman's health, lull  the secret might he luiuiil iii tin ttvnw.il  i\liic-h Caroline Ilei-seliel untile ulic-n sin  ivtis SI. ,S!ie said : "1 iievcr li.ul ,t  liiupnsiil of niuriiime made' lo me, ami  never litnl iin,\thii!g s.tiil lu me \\ li"e*li  1 could coiiati'iu* into cun*." So she  was c-erltiinly uniime in more w.ij s> lli.ui  tine! Tlie gteatesL woin.iii nitisi ol tin  ceniiir.v is lhe,- Knglish Jtei.-.t Ilnnlioiii*,  inul, as she is jusl tliiet- yc-.ii t jmuige;  Hum the Queen, thy compliments wi-ic  iiuilil.il v.-i-.e-.i Vic-Kiiiii piiini'il upiiii llu1  lirc-.isi i,f the j-ii-lcd pai iter nf niuuul-  rl-e gliiteiltig eiet.-s ot Ihe Legion nf  Honor. 'lit:- Queen pns-M'ssii! llie p.e  iii':t!live i.s' ilei.ui:ilii.ii���������tl.e .ni:*t Inul  itieii'el i;i,. menu sr,-,,- In lni;:!,i'-i '.lie  lung rc'gi!. Tin* hemic ilooiii* of Cine.  I'.nli'ig weie iloue v.-hen Vicle.r.a Mat  -iii! ,t >tiii!tg \M)iii.'!ti. a'id its m-.luril.v  mil then i:i!v:'i)Le.l .i--'.- cnnii' to her llieri  ye'ie t'.vo weiine-i Miiliui lift tt-.-iha  ",-. hejse- e!e.ei!s were poiliai.)- Iu'ller tin'.it  llin-e even of Hie tlisliusu'.siicl lit.et.-  iM-ile-is ;\:id iitiisls. It w.is ihiiirg t!-.-  Ciiiiieiiii war llu! Finn m-e- Xiglil.ii_rili'  iirst est.'.l.l'slii'il hos|)ii,,U lot- >:c-l: anei  wuuiiJcil   se.liiieis,   and   during   the   l.nc-  c-i'iies n| tli-.lte-s iind tlt->o'.lt'r :n 'tin  rope no en,e l\:,s. mine faithl'tdly li:leiii*-i  to tin* call of sort n .v anil met! Uiau liii-  tlie t'.o'.le i.'l.-ta I'mion.  Long ,'gu  the \< ii Keel   I'.it-l'.atel  III   11>  -,t   h;s .H-.il   and   vi'lclied   i;i   lt-i ror  ihe  MIOSIS    l'|    Hi: M-    V.lltliil    lit'   Ililll    Mlll'lgl*!,.  ,!-. they mnielieil hy in n ne.i'i!. Sriii-I-  it' lhe !t.-'.-eu-i.'!i of H.'diiiil --.-.' Ill-  -s-.-iiils r-t ii"*: ,ii>!gi! in w.'.i'-;i.i!' of -=i--t-;i  :!i-' *. is.nus -,i,cy -,������i.l f.,n;i sit-.li ,-, "ui'iid  I.e cejiiipi':ut " t).. | -..he i.in ---.mlo ui list  ml i't't.e.- ,t- si,i   i.,-i.i)ds iijinii ilic-i- t,ie.-l  ,I'.L!:j,.���������rb������i.lt"ll| ill.l   K'. find.  PEOPLE AltJil ON MAES.  PROF.    LOWELL     ANNOUNCES    THE  CONFIRMATION OF THE THEORY.  ,'tii ti.  lilJBllllH      Ol'     UiS       lloufllt        lltM'stiii.ltllllll  Ullili'l'tlio Chilli' SUee-ri ell' Arl/eilla.- Till  I'l'i-llllnillii-H of Mtli'rt���������lllf Al'U'itm  IK'llnUlim* ('elllliiiin-il  III  Mi-xii-o.  Mr. I'ercival Lowell, who lias rocenl  ly ii'tui'iioil In llusiuii froin Mexico, litis  uiiiile sum., disi-iivei'ies of gieal inl.-iesl  ri-giii-eliiig llie pl.ini.-ls Mnfs tuul Venue.  Tin* observations lit the pl.tiielj. liiilele ill  lite Lowell olisefvaliii-v, in Arizona, wei'O .  euulh-ini'il uud eiil..rg.-il tiiiiui by tlie re.-ei'iii   iiuiniiii     Ih-iiiks  iil.sorviiiii.ii,, in .Mexico.    Tlie tcsillls ill-.11 Hiciilly   ol   l.ni-le  WONDERFUL FORECASTS OF ATMOSPHERIC CHANGES BY THE BRUTES.  Son..; Living Kavoiiiutui-n nnel AVlior������liji  'Jliety I_.iii-ii.ih_i lhe -|o-tt llijei'llloui  -|e.t:li:iiil_,iii__    ltt\i-litt-el      by     Clillized  I. i-  Vi.-  oi-i.t  The r.*.������s  linn   < 1   Hit  ���������"ili'l'll".  it c ..(  ,,.i,,i,.  itli.l !i.r  .M.eth iiri.'.i,*! .nj . i sh:  ts-.eill le. "l:1(. liiionc in. tv'\  illMil'. .������������������, Ihe itfiiglii:; of IL-. c.ileli.l I1-  l1} elivi'itiig the,\itii- i.i'-.i litiilcen itn.iitii-!  .in.iei"! til Iv.i'.ti-, an.l la.mi-.g llie e\!>.!  one lii.et aeijiii-e I Yiflmia. Tut- gt uhio  who ui-.t,-!ii.it. d lhis i-,ilifi;,u puiikisi's (Inn  the eilel f-i.li.|i<!.ir i'.ont!i_, ho ie.!r.c.-il In  Iv.-tiity-ciglii il.-j- e.;c!i, i!t!ii iltar llu  moulh oi \*ic-ioi-iii he ;-ive.i ..vi-nl;.- ititii-  ilajs, Ii'isp .M-,-is l-.eiag :i. i.-.l!,--. il f.n- a:  K.-nnei ly hy allowing l-Yhruaiy cue eilr.1  .it'.v t'M-iy fear jeai.s. JJy this tnian-je  ment  the c.ile.nl-.ir  woti!-1.  st.r.id  lints :  l'lTSH-l  C'.ih-iiil.ii  t-iitliiig.laii.   ^!  !      "     l.'eli. ���������_���������:  *'     Mth.  .Jt  *'    Aji l  _.':  M:-.*  .Inn,  Jul.  of .s|iei-iiil siguilic-.inct' In tlwelle1.1 a on  the e, it lh, heen use in lhe solar family  circle Veiui*. anel Mars, on cither liuii'l,  are Ihe nearesl nejglihors lo our own  planet. As Ihe life of the platit'ts is lie-  lii've-el to pili'Mie the same' geit.-rnl course,  il follows dial wc can learn much from  a study of thoir conditions ithout llio  p.ist iind future, Ihe history ami the  de-=liny  of our i*.irlli.  Mats is in many respects Ihe most 1U"  le-re'sling ohjei-l ill the solitr system. Ill  phi-iiiimeiial hrighliu-iis when lien rest 'lie  eaI lh has atlracted the ga-'e- and excil-.-.l  the- iniiigiiiiilion eil hhmi of all age's, wliilt"  (lie* henulifill coloritigj which the lei-'  n-ope disc-loses lo ohservet-.s has mail.. .1  I In* more tnlmired the better it ha.s been  know ti.  Its general conditions are more like  our earth llitin those of any other pl.iiici.  Its day is about forty minutes loiitrei  Hum ours. It litis four sea-sous like nut  awn, though the greater eccentricity ot  ils oi bit nntl the slighlly greater inclination of ils axis at.-cenlitiite its soa-  Funs, giving it a colilc winter and n  holler suiiuiH*!'.  Mars lias tin atmosphere tliglillr l.-.-s  dense than our own. This serves to so-'t"  the surface tit a menu tcmpei.itiiro nhove  that of the earlli. "Vo know this hecuiisi*.  while jr.-irs shows pol.ir caps like our  r.wn phinet. these melt olT in llie I.tti*  sumnier very much more than on the  earlh. The pre-cneo of polar snow in-  tlic.iles lhat there is water on lho stir-  fate* of Mars, hut Ilnto ltisl oliserv.iltons  at I-'lagstalf anti Mexico have ' shown  Hint theie is almost no water on the  planet, visible its sneji���������thai is. in tlie  totm of lakes nr oc-e.ins or sens. The ob-  tlinl     Hie  bl.ie-  slliiiioseil   to   ho  vegel.i-  in   re.ililfy,   tracts  of  for  the t'ollowin  tliis  ������������������ea-  .'a- .v  >o.  Ol  I'liltfi el  . ,li>  Jti  ....  X'_. i  11!  mi-i-.e.-  i'.'l)....  .  IS  M.t-cli.  . US  '*  Ai.ll"   .  : s  "  11,1V....  .IS  "  .Iirte...  . ,:S  "  V fteil ii  I-.'v...  .211  "  A ' .ii tl  . J!S  .s, i.r...  ..S  ;'  t uloh.-i  -'.S  it  No-. e..i  " -$  ���������'  D.i i lift -.8       , "  The iiniovator  "u lhe  ; J:.ii. 1  ' .I.in "-S  rcb-.'ij  >!c-l!-Jel  Al- i! _'.!  J1.IJ 'JI  .'11..J IS  Jul'. .7  All'.'. 11  t-.p. U  f. r.'-)  Nin. 0  Dec. I  Aug  !-*e-n  I'll'.  Nov  Hi* j.  I lee.  points.  ' "Ticlei!'  out   thai  lie ii.it--.  Uliiiuli eiC" Vieliiriii lielween' I tine  nnd July, been use "'he i.s thus nhle to  Dung in eighteen aiiniveiMi'.ie.^ eif ini-  l>oi lance to lOugliind in Ihe twenty-nine  da.*.s. Tims the new meiiith Aioultl begin t>:i the- ninuversary of the battle of  iVnterliio, .Inne ly being the eld dale,  the second Yieloiia would be the iiuii!-  versary of the signing of Magna Churl ti:  the third, that ot the (.iiieen's ttceessiou;  the loiirth, of her in'eoliiiaiili'iii as  IJueeii. i'l*i> of her Juli.lce ol 1ol)7. Ihe  lirih. c-r lhe Diamond Jubilee: Ihe sixth.  <;( the bh'ili of a iiossible king. Hie Duke  of Yolk's obio-il seui; ihe seveulh W'liiKI  I-.. ii'."iilMiminer elay; the eighth, the anniversary of the repetil of the (Jura laws,  .ind llie I'le'venth, thnt uf tlio coronation  bi Quucti Victuiin. and so On.  A Passenger Slot and Three   Express  Bcjces Looted  Ui-jah,   C.H..  Septeniber   UL -Two  masked   highwaymen    helel    up    the  of'Afghanistan has   refused   :iiiiimmi-| Boonville sltige yesterday,  and J.  B.  Jion and assistance to the Afridcsand   Larnetl a   passenger   was   shot   and  por cent.: the Ontario, of Montina,  which naid ."13.000,000 and is still pay-  tna monthly dividends, and (he Dailv.  of Mor.tan.r. which lias paid $3 000.000  in dividends. He is the principal  owner in the El Oro of Mexico, and  the Guninc-vi, of (Mexico; the former  pays $30,000 monthly.   Mr. Ilaggan is  A l)i������itll!<-il Iti-tort.  THtiikie often lol.l '���������em himself" lhis  anec-tlote. which seems to indicate that  jic-isoiialities are not agreeable, even lo  those who deserve  criticism.  This genial oltl professor used to form  a very picturesque feature in the l-.tlin- '  buigh streets. lie wtis a wiry olel patriarch, with handsome features ami hair  falling in ringlets about his slioultleis;  no one who had scon him could possibly  forget liini.  One day he was accosted by a very  dirty little bootblack with his '���������Shine  jotir boots, sir?-'  The professor was imprecscd by the  filtliiiies^ of the boy's face. ,.  ���������'I don't want a shine, my ltitl," said  he; "11111 if. you'll go nnel wash your face  I'll give you sixpence"  "A' licht, sir," was the lael's lcply.  Then he went over to tt neigliborius.  fountiiiii and ninth* his ablutions. lie-  turning, he held out his hands for the  niemey.  "Well, my hid,'' said the professor,  "vou have earned your sixpence. Here  it R"  "I tlinna want it. aultl chap." relurncil  llie boy. with a lordly air. "Yc can keep  it tuul get your hair cut."���������Youth's Coui-  paniuj).   '  ��������� ^������������������  Aeco: diner to the New Brunswick  papers, the Scott Act is making a lot  of monev fot the Monoton lawyers,  but "the' average citizen has no difH-  culty in getting all the favorite  beverages." A decision lias just been  given by Judoje Hanington, under  whicli it is claimed all prosecutions  are dropped. The Judge took the  view that as the lines levied under the  Scott Act go inlo the city funds, the  magistrates, who are ratepayers, are  interpsteel parties, ane3 therefore disqualified. S.0 theie Is no ope to try  the offending liquor selleis,' and lhe  "favorite beverages" aro supplied  even without the subterfuges whicli  thp Scott Act has rendered usual in  some placets.  sorvalions  have  s'.iywn  in ecu   pat die's  i'unm*rly  Viiter   a io,  tion.  "Ve know  sons: . i  First���������They are not of the s.inu; Lint  throughout   lhe   whole  Mm li.i u   year.  Seruul���������They ate eliiil.-.-'-l jusl at ihe  season when vegetation would be most  hivuii.int. and lightest when it would  be   most   in   decay.  Tliirel���������They uiiilert'o tl process ol  tinn-lot million.  So soeni as Ihe polar snow has begun  1o melt, its lctrealing edge is surrounded by a dark blue belt wliich follows it  as il goes back toward th'e poles. This  is apparently the only body of water  visible  to us.  As soon as the melting of the snow i->  well under way���������,i phoni.inc'inn which  occurs as on lhe earth iu the Into sptin;  and early siiinmei*���������the blue green .irons  in its neighborhood d.irken nr.nl continue  -to darken for a couple of Martian  months. Then :us miltimu advances they  proceed to fade out. owing, as it is lu>-  1-cvetl. to the fulling of the leaves.  At the same lime throughout the rose  oiiinge parts of lhe* planet, which nre  undoubtedly if real ilc-scrl It nets, the so-  called "c.inals" make their appearance,  nntl then gradually darken, just as the  other blue-green areas did. and they  -themselve.s-.iire_iilso-tipi)-ireiitly_of_!Lbhte4.  green   tint.  This is not all. A.s the large blue-  grecn nreus lighten, canals make their  i'ppeariiiice lhrough them also, .showi.n-j  conclusively thai they tire nol oceans,  but truc-ls of vegetation. These c.in.-ils  in the dark region connect directly with  those in tin* lighl one, ,-inel wilh others  that run straight up the snow. This  makes a eoinnlole chain to conduct llie  witter from the poles to every pu-t e.t  the planet.  Now. such a nisii-velous t-ysl >m as tlii-"  appears to be canned well lie -Iii'* lo any  natural force*s. .ind finds ils best oxplaiia-  titin in the presence of local intelligent!."  on the planet, which litis purposely created a t-yslcin of Irrigation lor llie perpetuity of ils eiwn existence.  Such is Mr. Lowell's (henry, as it wm  eiiunciiitod nfler the discoveries nt Flig-  sbtff.  The llioory hat been confl'**ned hv (he  obsorviitieuis tit Mexico. II has (here  been "eon that the north polar cap pas-ies  lhrough cxiirllv (he same i-eiiir-e in ils  melCnig. mid gives rise (o (he same curious sysiem of iniiiiil.'itinii lint tlio south  pole iloe-s. It. teiei, litis canals Unit run  right into its snow and ihcii over the  surface nf  the planet.  The canals also pursue the s-ime evuirsc  thev were observed lo do nt FlagstnlT in  IPOl iu the matfer of Iheir di'Vi'lo])ineiit.  What was anticipated nnd what cnnie* to  pass just a< was iiilieiimteel w.is lhe  rurinit's doubling nt (he canals. At first  a ennui will anpenr single*, and this continues to bo its apne.-tr.inec through llin  earlier Part of the Marli.iti son-vm. Then  it gratlually nrneoiili to "twin," Hint is  1i_ say. iu plneo of one emnl it shows  (wo eiiiiiil-s iilevibitidy iiarallel .iiiul of Ihe  same will 111 throughout their length.  Thev have the mine associnliein that we  see in (he twin rails of n railroad n-.ick.  Tn IS!)" at Flagstaff Ilm ii.-glnnings of  tliis curious gemination we*te ob-erveel  niili'h nnel c'.ii-oiiie-leel. but this ye.ir ir,  Mexico lhe M.iili'iu sen son wn.s much  fnrllier nelvane-eil. nml (he doubles r.i:m*  out in great iiiinnlil.v. Rome appenri*el  in .1 way to show- Hint they were in n  way eoniiecled with moiling nt Hi-* s-ouMi  pole, while elhcrs were i-cnuec-tod with  the north pole. Thev tire from thirty-  five io forty miles wide*.  The spots oi-en wh"r.* the canals crots  ranic euit ngain in (his vetr's ohset-va-  Hr.ns iii ���������t iis in 1~0t. Thi'se sn-e-ill.-.l  "otivs" tire verv eiuiotis marking'. 'Hiey  ncriir onlv nl (he itinction of Hie eliif'T-  ent eiliiiils. tuul. if (he telt������e*t,pie power  t. strong enough. ap]*eiir always at (he-;.*  ii'itf-tiniis. As Hi-.i show (he same e������h:,r-  :icierisiie-s er lh-* caiiitls. Ilicy tne-. prob-  ve gelation. They ir*;  across.  Is r-f vpge.|:i1:e������n enelosr.  rhev may I.e e^nt-e-s  is lhe most nrohoble.  ir  ti>  I hem  tli.it  the  Civilixcil man in lho only animal th.it.  dtjl'S lint iMisscss u high lll-gle-i: of aL-llal-  liveiii'ss lo aluii.sphi'rie. cuiulitioii-. Wile-  Iher the Itiniinn tin.- li.is evil- puj>M<.s->i-tl  lhis nlltibiite, il would no', lie easy to  say, but from lhe fact that brutes pi).-  siss this t'aciilty iu dn eel propel tion (o  their wild or natural condition, il may  be infei-ieil .Uutl tliiiitgh altaiit.i-rf a  sheltered anel perfectly housed cuiiditi'/ii  have lost the useful  Hing the v. father, according io the law of n iti:re, thai le-  niove.s nny iiitriliuie alter the niH.-css.ity  fur it hits ceased. Th.tnkn lo Turrici'lh,  litis deficiency has Leen, to some exi.-u'.  supplied, but the fact tc-iutiiiis ihnt oth'-r  liviuK eioiitiu-es htt\e lhe iiower of in iking fori'ca.sis that arc f.n- niore trust-  worlhy tlitiu any tlio ingenuity of iiitiu  lias yet  heen  able-   lo devise.  The spieler is a good example of a living barometer, lie is constantly making  tilleratiiiiis in his web to suit the weather, ami, by wiiti-liing closely, coii-iilur-  nlilu skill in weather prophcey u-ay he  actiuireil. In fair weather he runs' out  leiiB lilauienls of guy ropes feu- hi,, web,  'Phi* coming stui in causes him to shoiteii  Hies.e. Ir the sjnrm i.s to lie long and  severe (lies guy rope's are strengthened  as  well !is shortened.  For lhe btncht of those whom nolliing  could induce to study the spieler, it nny  be reniaiked Hint the cuihiihjii tloinestic  niihmils eviilence coming chit ages in the  v. on tiler. Cats and dogs me given to  si'i-iile hing nntl other restless movrme-iits,  and their fur looks dull when a storm ib  approaching. It is a sure sign that the  liannoineter is falling when a Hock ef  sheep become nunrrelsoiue: when ger.its  hlcal ineessiinily ami seek sheltered  spots; when pigs begin to carry straw  Inlo (he sky: when the barnyard fowls  huddle; together nnel till the air with  their   ciicltliiig.  An observer of the wilder animals  will soon realize'that they are still more  elenionslt-ittive when a stoiin is approaching. The hedgehog is very distinguished  ns n weather prophet, for he always begins to strengthen and fortify his house  when lip feels an unpleasant change in  the wcMlhor coming. The wilel birds'are,  probably, the best objects for observation. The low dying swallow has lie-  come proverbial. Other birds generally  remain grouped together nntl dn not  venture from their homos in the face ot  coming wind or rain.  There have heon several successful Attempts to make profitable use of ihe-s.*  remarkable ami iinfniling instincts. Tn  many pnrts of Goimany the "frog b-ir-  emelor" is a common object mi the home.  They have a small green frog in that  country, which always comes out of the  Witter when eolel or wet weather I������ np-  proiiching. These frogs are kept in lnlf  filled .Inrs In which is a tiny ladder.  Seiine hours before the storm the frog  will come out of the water nnd sit on  Hie top of the* ladder, where he will re-  ninin until the storm has broken. Tlievo  is n story of an old meteorologist who  r.toel leeches for the same purpose*. IIe>  at ranged his barometer in such n way  thai when dhe leeches crawli-d up tho  siele of the im- a bell would ring, and  this gave warning of the storm. Th������,  little creatures would gather around th.;  tnp as long as the storm was In pro-:  ptess.  Well Sniel   IfNot  Wtl    Mfiiiit.  A man of distinctio.i who came to the*  Postal Congioss is Air. Cluing Yon  [toon, who was Minister I'leiiipeitontiary  from China during tlie Harrison Administration. At thnt time the li*gntioii  was in Stewart Castle, and ninny and  elaborate dinners were given to ihe denizens ot the iepublic by the then Chinese  .Minister, who, however, kept the women' ot! his household well iu the background.  At his lirst large reception the Minister was couched by one u������ lps American  friends as to the etiquette of llie coca-  sion. IIo was told Unit the guests in  passing out would all stty ihey had luul  a. very enjoyable ow'tung, and he must  say, "I nm very glael."'  It wont very well until a tipsy official  came silting tind vnrieel the order by laying boisterously, "Yell, I must go uow'"  The Minisli-r was ready with his "I  am very glad,'' and lie said ic us if he  menut it.���������Chicago Tribune.'  ^ ��������� Exccssivo~Kritorprirt.-^*���������" =���������=-  "I guess," remarked Farmer Iloru-  beak slowly, "that I admire enterprise  ns much as anjbody does, but I am kintl-  ,er of the opinion that it c:n be c.irri-*d  lo excess, l'ven ti good thing can be  run into the ground, you know.''  '���������What nre you rei'i-rin' to, Ezra If"' asked the wife of his bosom.  "Why, you know when th(it p-iict society up iu the city ~oul mil a mini to  paint leligioiis bigns an' warnin's on the  Ittu-iis nil' rocks, he inscribed lhe question in red p.iint every where; 'Do you  want to bo saved?' AVnl. now, I sec  J Unit another p.iinier, workin' iu the in-  leresc ot' a patent medicine concern, hns  jest been over (lie same ground an' neld-  eel benoiith each question'this nnswer,  in letters a foot long: "If so, take 1'ritch-  ett's Pcculinr Pills'.' That msiy be nil  vigtit, but bliinieel if it don't loejk lo mo  like enterprise carried to the point of  vlTonslvencks."  | anadian  \ Pacific Hi?  AND St O PACIFIC LINE.  IMPERIAL BA.NK,   OF CANADA  Head Office, Toponto .  Paid Up Capital $1,963,600  Reserve    -   -   - 1,156,800  D'rer     /b  H. S. Howland,  President  T.K.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  William liamsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager..  Branones  North West and British Columbia  /  i/S  <<  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  V������tcouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex Niagara Falls   St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingcrsoll    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 bv letter or cable to  of.above branches.  -Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposit*  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures-- Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������'Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, -Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Branch. -  TIME C/\RD  Subject to chicgo without notice.    -  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOING WEST DilLV OOIMO BABr  8:00am Leave Kaslo Arrive3:50pm  8:361am ...South Fork...   "     3:15pm  9:36 am       '    Sproule'a    ������������������-    2:1." pm'  '.-51am " ...Whitewater..:" ���������' 2:00pm  10.03 am ' ....Bear Lake ... " 1:18 pm  10:18am ' ... McGuican.... ' " ,.1.33pm  10:33am " Cody Junction " l:l~pm  10:50 am Arrive... Sandon Leave 1*0 p ni  copv use  Leave 11:00a m Smelon Arrive 11:15am  Arrive lt:J0a m Ccdy Leave 11:25 a m.  KOBKIIT. IttVING  G. F. and P. A.  GEO.F.OOPBLAND'  Snpeilnlcn est  The best and cheapest route, from  Revelstoke to all points east, and west.  Through tickets to Vancouvei',  Winnipeg, St. Paul. Chicago, New  Yeuk, Montreal and Toronto.  First class dining and sleeping cars  on all trains.  Through tourist cars lo St, Paul  daily, and to Toronto every Monday,  and Montreal and Boston on Thursday.  Pin-chase tickets to your destination  and have baggage checked through.  For full information as to rates,  lime, etc., apply to nearest agent, to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  Or to K. J. COYLE,  Dis. Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  O.R.&N.  Is the Shortest and o    '  Quickest Line to....  WALLACE,   FARMING-TON",  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON, .  COKUR D'ALENE MINES.,  DAYTON,   WxiLLA WALLA,    -  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON.   -  SAN FRANCISCO. MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,    , ..  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST OR :SO"TTHi  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  Via Silt Lake, Denver,   ' -  "Oiraha"and_Kansas'Cityr~���������!_  Steainship Tickets to and from  Europe and other foreign countries  Train for the Fast and Portland  depaits 7:15 p.m. daily. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:45  a.m. daily. Through service. No  delays or lay overs anywhere, .  Gt*t thiough ticke*ts nnd further information of O. R. efc N. city ticket  oflice, No. "30. Riverside avenue,  corner Stevens St.,  Spokane. Wash.  J. Campbkll,-*-- -���������'  General Agent, Spokane.  W. II. Hiirlbuit, U. P. A.. Portland.  Spokane Falls and Jiortliei-n  .Nelson and Ft. Srieppapd ���������  Red Mountain Rxs.  The on'y nil rail route* without chingo o  cars hsmcrn Spokane. Northport, Itoeaiand  nnd Nelson; h'bo belwoun Itosalmnd and  Nelson. "  DAILY     EXCEPT    ��������� SUNDAY.  ably. I'I-'"' tile-en.  .ll"*i!t IHO iiiil.'-;  "Vlint such 'rn.  w ������������������ elo net know  nf p.ipn' liion. This  ..-i-itiop.   feir  it  cce-'tl-"   :>.'i.  Vrof.   Low-ell's  observiirions of  VcntM  show that she has no day.  The Cf nnel iin Pacific Steamship Companj'u  Steamers Nal-tt p and Keyttenay leave  IrrowUcod oicry <'.*>'��������� cxrept Sunday for all  points in Eoalenay, ntokiti-- connection at  Nakusp torn.! points en Nuku->p and slocan  I"-ilv.ay. and Slocan Lakc^  Close conncetlion at Rohaoa for etecn,  Kfilo, Dalfour and Pilot Fay  Cl'so conr.eition ct Twit for F,c_-3land,  N* ithpon and f-ll points s-uth.  l-"o.- full i- forn.ation, UsVtts. maps, etc.  call onor.iddrees>  T. XV. BR 4 DSIIAW.  Agent Reve>ls'oke.   Or:o  H.   .11. MacGREUIJ'".  Traveliini. rasscnger Agent, Nchon.  E.J.COYLE, Dis. Passenger A Kent, Vanccnver  leavk. NORTHPORT      -      'nBiVE.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  l:"0p.m 1.-20p.m. .  For llo_-8laud��������� = From RoWaod���������  luVlpm 12 40 a.m.  For Nelsoij��������� KromNedson���������  ltMp.tn 12:17 p.m.  C1-vk connrclinns at Nelson -with steamer  fot K ^lo and all Kootenay Lake points. -  Passengers for Kettle River and-Bonrdary  Crci I: coai cct at Marcus wilh atege daUy. -  REVELSTOKE  IRONWORKS..  Blac*ks_Bitlii_iisr< Jobbine  Plnmbiner.   Pipe Fitting:  Ti_Q~mithi~i~:  Sheet Iron "Wort   ,.  Macbinery Repaired.  Mini-g Work a Sps~iaH"-______,  ROBT. GORDON  Revelatolie Stn.  ������������������*-*    ���������       r     S+ -- ������ ���������What. Others, are Reading  You Should .Read<^-���������������������������'.:  The Christian  By Hall Oak<k  By UoWAlii; BELLAMY  y Maurice Quain  ]"Y   MORI.KY .IJOIJKIITS  and  _ . 1. -  _ ���������"  T See our men's  mid ..Indies' under-1  wear, iron e-l.-ul wool Imse fur hovs.any  si:','.', only __���������.*> ei-nl:-. a pah- at   Stevenson |  ������������������i Co.'s.    .1. !������'. Doyle, manager. i  CONVINCED   THE   SCEPTIC  The Merits of the Great South American  .'Nervine Withstand All the Assaults of  the   Credulous   end   Sceptical���������When  They.arc Converted to its Use iii Their  Personal   Ailments  They Become Its  Best Friend���������For It Never Fails Theuv  Sir. PltiwotielU., e.f I'li-in.'bi'lllorel, Out;, says:  , i.,,. -"I   'i'ei"i|iiini'iul ���������South ��������� Auiorlciui." Nerviuu to  i\lr. \/. II. Ciisntng, the well   known ! everyh.nlv. . I i-onsim-r II woultl  l-o iriimii. to  proprietor nl' llie Calgary Hash \-. Door ; "Ul ,,''s* hiK'iysi.i nf luti.ni-.iiiy were I not to di;  K.-ti-l uvy,is in town I inlay -on a business  tour, which   ii-i11   take 'him  ,-t.s  fur as  J.Vwsof lhe. death by drowning of  ex-Mayor Copu'ol' Vancouver, while  fording a 'creek nil the Skii'gway "li'ail  lius been hroughi", lo I lui Terminal City.  Icariet  Steel  By 'E.'L, Pi:k.~i:oi-  -Massarenes  By Quida  Salted'."with-.  E  "Rir������''  .y:'.:;/; ;;;:/ yHY^GHfV-MGDoxAijiJ '  The above' are 'life "books: of \ theliottr,  anil their'popularity is.sh'ciiyn'by'���������'���������"'  the largo number,sold'....'..  For Sale at/// /: ���������..[���������. .   '/::':.y'y.y ."' '������������������?������������������'  ^_ar*a^a'������������������Pr''u9- ���������&~:-:]:U<r>\  :y;������������������:���������:~>^H.::UBobiiCpU Ltd.  CitAs. K.'Macuonai.'"', Malinger.':/"  :Revelstbke;. StO-tion, B.C./:v...-'  HEWS  LOCAL vAND  GENERA  An Interesting; Budget_of.Local,;Pcrsona.l  ;'������������������; and   General  Items  Round   and y  .;. About: Revelstoke. ^'y :   . . yy  '.'_���������-'>/NOTICE'TQ/SUBSCRIBERSU.::  '���������'������.. Subscribers- to/ the J" era Lp; who/cli*  /iiot''receive their paper; promptlyyiViid.  'regularly . /by .carriers will confer it  /fttvor by letting tis ki!o\y:at'oiice.y;y;!  '.%:'���������'���������'���������'-.:..?-'   JollNSOK e& Pi-TTlPIEClS.iy  y-y "~r.Wiit.ch for '-Pippy & Wright's him-'*'  ��������� ber ad. iii bin-next, issue.y :/������������������ ������������������'���������T^./';.  /-'/:/; TO ton3 eif c.-ibbiige for-saley'this  .'���������'month ,-itl cent pe.r'.lb.- ; R. Tapping, y  /.Mr. ,W. ".1. Brown of the Columbia,  returned; from/Victoriathis morning.  y    * Stevenson to Go.'s'stock is new and  ;  up to dale, and prices right. yy;i yy .//y  //'./ if Geo. :B. Lake���������': or' Geo." Blne.k/will.  ; call at this oflice lie will hear. of 'soine-  * thing to liis advantage...-y/y-.y.Vy1/:1:''���������<:" ���������-./  /Mr. John Grant andP���������'Mi'.''..6ttp:iAbel-1  itig registered tit the! Hotel Revelstoke  from Albert Caiiytm.on Mouelay. y  '/���������:'*' Thej latest novelties, in dry goods  and men's furnishings at Stevenson'to  ,; Co.'s.���������������������������; J: F. Doyle, manager. ':-",  y Mr-s./A.:.N,.'Smith will.return; from  hei" visit to 'friends, in Mcahtieii, Man.,  on tomorrow evening's No. J.   ,   :;  '"���������'  /���������'T'All; the ���������isitesi things hv the/drug  - and stationery lint*.can be had: at the  Giiiiadii Drug & Book Co.'s store.  -���������Newest .-.nd best -val no in dry goods  and /trimmings: in town at Stevenson  :/: to Co.';. Union Hotel Block.   ���������.:���������  " .. ���������'..'' :    - - ���������:.}'-  ��������� ".. Cp.pt. Bo'oert Sanderson hnsput; tht  .Marion on the Kootenav  lake;     ~.cxl  n: the: Duncan  We^KgJiom-tQ-stav.J.io���������c_o;ii.i_eAy.ilb  year she will "be "put  "i'iyer run.  Smitliiii..  Mi'. (.1.'.!..��������� A (kins, til' llie l-Yone-h Creek  Co.. ciuiii! tbiwn from log Ih-tttl liisl  night nml_wi-.nl oii.t by (hi- Nt>. 2 train  this uitiriiiug. beiiig'Kiuiimoueil nivny  by tli-,- news ol' tin- di-iitb of his father  in Indiiiua..'  Willi rt-1'i..reiit-t! to aipiiittillon on the  jirie-t*nf Mr. Tapping's i-abbages. whicli  uppiiiiri'il'h on:- last, i-."--!!'-', ill 10c. per  lb. Mr.. Tupping wishi-t us" to .sltili:  that, lit! is willing In knnek olV !) cents  from that figure'fori-.-isli.  The ViinceiiiviM- World says thai, the:  Mining Uerurd ol'liee is In lie. r.-ttinveil  froin New. D-.-tive-r tn Saiulon. In Hull  case l.liu���������wh'eih.V Li-'ilgo is linbld to run  out inlo Ihe.P.iystri-iik before .'.ong.  , John C.-Ciarvin'of Denver. Ci.il.,'' lias  invotitetla. jirr.eess fur. b.-uiilling the  Siiskiile.hewnii'black s.-tiitl liy.a.broiniclu  solutitii- itl'ter ronating, "whit.-li 'he  clii.iu'is Aviil tmly cost :S2 or i'-'3 |)cr ton.  y ' Mr.-������������������Percy:-.Chapman." malinger for  'A. Mucdonald to: Co., rt'liirtied ���������.from  Iiisli-ip'snuth cv.r.Suiuli'.y. llu fotiiul  bu'sinoss- good, -l. lie" sii'ver ilisli'ict's"  i-iitJK-i- ei-iitrt. hut the gold : pi-oduciug  setiliotisiniproyihg. : .,     '���������'.'-, ���������  ,';���������:';  ��������� A''s:.'i.pr'oeif of: what,.'.can be done ��������� in  lhe .liorlioiilluralfliiie- in Kevelstoke  Mt .Tt. Son it's has "laid on Uie Hkjiai.d  titbit!tin'���������early"P.iiril-m"polatoe.O ini'lius  long,: weighing 2 Ib's. 0 n-/.., w-hichy was  growifin.a giil-den on . the far side of.  l-he.'M.ltiiinii'. ":'������������������;��������� ���������-'.���������  ;. ...The.'Nak 1 is'p.hits' been j.'fr-ki'd;up1:and  ii elaiiiMuii.H'.' round": her . stern":'-'::-..Ways  will ho built under her, and she will be  reiiiuiiched.y-.SI'.t! is being repiiinte.d and  l.biii-oiig!ily:;tivei-li'ittiled*ySlie will be  ready.' i'or. la'uhching scuue.:time next  w.e.eek.::*'��������� ������������������y:'-c;:' ���������%. y: ���������, ���������;������������������;': ������������������;%: /'~:-}/r-:--  '������������������?��������� ���������-  . *.y  "Owing to tbe iiccuninititioiVof- freight  :tl���������Ai-r'oivhead .the!Trair-iy;iil make, two  .ael'cliliuniil .trips.;.'.betweeii������������������".!'TrailVand.  A i.-rt'nvlieairl"every .week'.': on -/Saturdays;  aud'Wciliiesdays.nud...;'yillvohly;;'in  two. trips;-;to"������������������N6'rlli'peirt:.';.ii''iweekV.!oni,  Tiicsdiiys and Frichiys: .:_;.:y'y;.. y;: y:yr:/;  y^RayiiioiiiLAllt'li hnsfnnt;yet:recover-/  cd froin llieell'ce-ts of;:; tho);iixoV oil t;be'  gayn:hiiiiself;e)ii:.the,f.e.)o'l. lipiih'thelBig  ;Bc!'iid.soitic!.tinie;.iig6.;y;;T!ie hoel:>v:is  iibiti-ly/sevc-red: :i'roiii/t:he. rest1 of''-the'  foot;-'-y3t:. Il.X'MeFiirlarie-is with hiiii.  lrieiking .���������iftiuvliiiii. y :;_ y ������������������.::;:;: 'vl::  ������������������;TliiiLCooteiiiiitin Ven'o'rts a fintV'ov K.  A. Otto iindW. White oivthe; north  fork of the Liirdeau.'���������'���������; six.;miles: frohi  Ferguson.-:/ Thti .ledge'������������������ sht'\v.s.yce'incen-.-  ti-itingore c.'li-ryiiig.Vsilye;;!.-, ..leiid ' aiiel.  souk* gold, lb ;is .a c'ontact.'''of, schist  and/ limestone. .//- The':: partner-, will  Iniiltl ii.ti-itil iinticabin.preiiiU-iitory /to  .iyorkiiig._lhe'.cliu^  w G/itsLnrid;\viis/ddA'ii ioiviiliinS fcict  nf the bntintn'of the 00./fool sbal't/tui  tbe.Olc'Bull last,Thiii-sdiiy.:>Tbe/shai-t  was sUirlecltni: tlie:: load;: and ."'-has /dis-  clns.ecV.a.gpod body.'fif fi-et'.-tiiilliiig or.i'ir  in .\vhich"gold'..is--;:\>!a'mly/,: vjsibl.eVyi-Tlie.  lead has. however; dipped/ a.way from  "th/e'/sliaftslighflyy.yTluui' has been a  good deal/of r.rotihle/with , water/ and  bad air in .the shaft;  ���������... Messrs. B. 1:1 owsem efc CiV.. the/WeK-  k_iirnviVfiii-iiitt;!-e:Cle.-ik'i.'S on Mackeiizie.  A:.vc;,:.���������ii'e-iiiakiiig great alterations.-'till  impi-oveuie'n.t;" ; in .tli'eii"' :storc.'���������.���������.��������� Tiie  sirpiv'v'o'bm has .'been' en Urged.".by. 1-1111-  tiing thf. partition ,-tl. the* ;:c*iid: back.  till there is a [itii*/roi)'.!i;.50 feet: long 'for  the display/yof: the -.'.linn's .handsome*.  "stock of sideboards, tables..'.chairs'- of  all -kijids. 'yboiikc-ises.''. bureaus"..";aud..  every imiigiuitble: ai-tie-1"* for /fnrnish-  ing iicoiii.i'iii'table boine/y The show  i-otiiii has. .been;. l.G'.vly,: painte'id atid  ir.ipi-i-edl'gre-i lly "adding: t o.'.its.-iipp'far-,  mice tiiidiitdpiiig lo set off ;the .stock.  At,  the  .end   of ...the   store; ju-ej   two  III .������������������lie 1i|ylnni>e I t-i'.tivliii-i'il till ttvuwc-.l  sn.'.|'itii'to nl! i'iiii:-*i|Ii<s of it-- >;ui-iiilvii i-.-unv;  lit.-pi-oi-iiri-'.lii heiik', Hint it l.n-i l-i-t-n uf mk.1i  I'l-tiolit li. tii 111 thitl iu- i-otitlitiii-s'to i.ui'i-lieoii-  i.in! use- II, 11 litt hus |.roi-e-'I it- ictvtit vvnrili us it  sti.itniti-li mill lH-i-.*.. t-.tile-. It hits il.iuc- woneU-r-.  foi-tin-nml 1 lii-e-n il i-mistiiully .in my hoimc.  All   OCf'.isIeilll'.l   i.lu-l'   tl'e-IS   US  It  l-|-,'\-|-!Ul-.e  llllll  l"i-e|.s me well  tuul   sii-ott-.-.     Il'ie woi-.ei.'.-i'iil  inr.lii'liii'."- t\i'A by i>tiiiii'lu Pf'tj; A: I'-.u-l; (.'.'.  LIKE SUFFERERS"0NLY KNOW  R,��������� Scriver, Carpenter, of Mr.r.titiscs, Was  n Great Snffcriif from Kidney Bisoas-*.--  Soutli Amcrici-.n Kidney Cure Efiectod  a Quicli Cure���������It. is a-Sp'clf:c Roiueely  for n Specific Di.-tMsc��������� It Uissolvos and  ���������Eradicates All Solid-Matter From the  System ���������Is Safe and Fenae.iicuf:  l-'oi'iiitiny yi'iir.-- 1 huve bi-en It-.i-.il.l.-tl with  kl-lncy i'.l;-!.Nt_-y ii������t-.i-;ituiiiii; i'.ii. li.|t|n;r of  I'HtcIi in the* wny'f.f i-i-iue.-eiii.-..;. 'Two yc-ni-t ne,',  th-yv l.-ce-.ttne-rfi. hit-1 thnt I hitel to .m.-i-l: the- ui-1  of 11 phyaiciuli. My mi-.l-.- ������l-.- l:it:iv lihu 1.1-iul  tliitii tiiiyililnu oli"..., nml .-,!-._. ve-i'-v j.f.iiift. 1. .Inst  iii.ll-.ut linn- I b,-.;:tii ii.-lii-; ftintii' Ai-ii-vk-nu  Kiiliieydtire; It. jjiivu'tiiu iiiiiiioilliuo ivlie*;,  unil iron-, t Imt It tin- till u 11������-1 iuivi. Im.l i-,e,  illll'i<!iilly. I Mil aiWv u-.iel hem..uiv'1-et-i'in-  ini-nil lhis Brest roiu'c-.l}- lei ull'i>ur^oiiV: sitrforl-.i;-  lrom fciilncy.trouble!.     Sold by-C'itiindii l.'nije ..  '"'^.^���������.'���������TIATH.'ISON''-..  '..:  DE1TTIST '���������������������������  Will 1,0:1: h!s olllt-e- r.v.-i- Cnmn'lti Hook  .>; Unit;Co.'s Klure, Ih-Vi'lsloUi.- Sttilloii,:  fi-iiiii Sopt  20 to Oct."9.  P.'.es Cured uv 3, to> 6 Nights.' ���������Otic-  tvpp.i.-mior. Kivcs rcliof. ilr. A.Mimv'KOiiii.:iir,ii',  is u line_)n..ieu- IteMiiiiK iiiU-s."or- bb'mi, l.l.-i-din,-  [.ili'S; 1.1. r������)-lIcvi'.3i|Ul.i.'l:lyiini'l put-inuiie-nt'iv. iii  skin in-ttj.lions it __t.ui!-.. williour.'a i-iviiiy'rii.tiii.-  .sun.is eif tetliiiieniiiil-: if youwum ovi-loite-e. :������  iiuiits.   Sold by Cnniulii���������l>Vii!J & Hook Co.    >. :. 7  :':. PilUDoseei. ��������� With/yii.iiistwuK,";~.liig  |)tu-b'CT-e, r-i-ejuilii-os puoplB 'BKiiinstj.:pills' Ken-'f-  ttlly. . l)i-..A(5ne������-':i;r.iver..'l'ills nre rcvoluiioiiir.-'  'iiiB IJieT-In "leitniiiid���������tlie'v'ro so liletiHuit itntl  eitisy to tul.-o. The closes arc'small nnd .so is the  ���������jirl.i'i*���������so-, iieius for ,10 tloses". . lliUousuess, sie-lc  IiCiuIeiclK!, f'liustipnilon lii.-pclk-.I.y Work like a  t_-bui--ii,   gold liycan'adii -Drag &: Hook Co...     t;  ..-': A/ Magical Life'Saver is 'Dr. A gnew s  Co re. for tin-. Ili-iin.: Afk-t-: vc-avs' tif-p'uiifutiii  ligony with aistruisinyhcnri ilisc-iijiii. It-'iilvof  :relief in ill) ���������nilmui'.-t.- Tlios. Petvv, of Avliiu-v.  t)iio., v.-rilese: ."Mind sitffcroil for !ivo vi-iivs.wlth  a se.ycrc'.feirin of.lionrl <ii-ienso. ; I wus'imi-hh: to  .attoml to htt-iiiiusii. Tho-s'lij;lit6sl u.M'i-iioi'i pi-ej-  'dinie.1 fnl.lt,'iio. Iii-. Aioiew's Ctu-e for liie-lli.-tu-l  jrnvo 1110 itisiiint relief,; four������������������Uj'olilcs .cniirulv-  ciirc'il inc.', Soltl byt'tuiBila Drug A- Hook Co.   !!  "S1.  thecrowd.   No troiible t'p'.shoiy goods;  .at. Stevenson ���������������������������to. Co.'s. /.I.  F. Doyle.  '-inaniiger.   " :'.;:.- , ���������:.-y"'".t."'���������''.  ilr. W. Whiteyof tho/Rrm/ofiAVliite  .' 'fc Sibbald,' has liaised his exiiiiiiiiii'tion;  for adinittaiicelo  the bar of '.IBr.itish  Columbia. ,-,:      ;-    y-y   '.:'���������';'...-   ,"'-���������;  " Mr. John C. Ferguson, came  in 'fhij  ; Uioriiing.    He is st.-uting iintiiediati'ly,  ���������5;ira trip up to Ground   Hoc:  Basin  to  inspect progress 'oh the Oie Bull  mine.  -Mr.> J. d."..Woodrow had to  be/ taken  ''. up Zto'the.-hospital, suifering from an  nttack   of ���������'-���������se-iiitica'on- Monday.i- The.  ...jh:iiAi.D'"iKipe.s to'see.liini'rc'iin'tl.again'���������  ..befori- long. '���������'���������"'"'���������".:���������'���������"     ���������'vy-=y":y;���������'"'���������;   S.im.   Livin-istone.'an  old  timer in  -Sius  :Ai.^Dii'._____li.-i____t^__  Ciil-iiU-v  : and ' miner   and . prospeetoi  -i-aUuK.'-tSi'd  e.-ooiii is beiiigtur.'ir.gecl iV-ru morttiary  cbiiiiiber, in v.-bicli, if v.ecessary. <a:  dead: body; can   be;., placed   'wailina  -���������burial:'- Another rooi 11 in*the buck will  bis. used for the -'display of tipholstei-ing  goods.'/'Vui-t.-iius. ete,_ yBeh'uid ;ih:u-  again is tht* iyhvks;heip and ti: room; for  Mr. Ij:iiug,-the"manager.. Abcive;. is/a  "w-irelibftse for chr.ii-s and light, articles;  offurnttiire. The linn iii-.d their b'usi-  r.es-s grently increasing. >i\\i\ feel "tl  itre eiiiilo .ivarranti'd in l.-umching out.  tf) tut-et t he ret] i.iir.ments of this ritpicV-. ',j--%  increasing towis. -"! i$<?  a L:|pt Snnd.'.y ,night an .-ir-r-id.-'.nt -.oc- j "*..'**.  euVivel ..il."A>-'lc!i_ILil.lv..'iv.hk'''h./?!d^ '_" ....'/  fr.i'tt:t!.-!>t''y tie-i: iittr-nile'i'i  iv'itlv hiss- of? / /   /  of lit'.;.or injuries, yet d:*'laye't ��������� t.t'i-.lrb r   y  1/Jw/v/'/'://;Fr'Onl/St-/;vVSt;iy//^  **m������M������������lJ)������������& 0������������StfS>JSr~  r'-^/.V-l']  jSS'j5GS**rvxr,*~- ���������  W. Jo ;Lawj/  rierchant Tailor, ������������������  1 ins just, received -the first consign-;  lilt-til of li:.--, ih'-.v sltx-k. iind has  i!ion*'oii the.way. lie is now������������������i.u.u  pnsiliou losttppiy nli' orders for  eleiLhiiii:'. ���������-. L-tlesl style's nnd Ik'sI/  liiiish.   .   ,    //.  //P.'-veist-k- Station, B.G... //  r-j.9 '  :0-lslL-):  /./  /1/hc/liU'gest.iUid clioicesl:1 slock  /of Tpm'iUf.es,,Griijie-'S, -Feiichos.  "      Pears, .'"/ittei'iiii.'ltins. St]iia'she.s,  ://     /PiuihsV: .Apples,' etc., hi/Revel--  ���������/;_''��������� ."tiloke is'at '.::. -:.;:.���������.y:.;.:.:;y  HutphisSj&;.'������oi-i.:J  ���������    y/././'/- /-'Froiit;Street/.Weit/-';::/'/;;;/  .: y   Lowi-ntl*rlcc,s:o\'er<iiiote>d in' town.���������-.'-���������;  : ���������.'sii*;  /Agent tor*/tlio Blickf:i.scl--r'f*r  ���������''���������-Ty'p/ewritep/'.'���������';''��������� .-���������������������������:������������������'���������  BQSI/ OFEIGE STGRB^  ')-^REMRLSVO^  m*-i  We-havo a good supply /of,/ ���������-.'���������-.���������',.   .//y-y:  iuf0M^^USM$  U-'i%-':&  ^Ci-t/'Pricesyfori/^Sp.^  '^���������//���������-'/CailJah^iSce  ::UU .WeyGa/ri;p/i_i- ^.<mU\U^UUU  ��������� ������������������:��������� a ���������  "n'.:''''a/  wm  *���������-...-.-    :UA' ������������������.. .. N^_J-.' . Uiv:.:*3 .;..������������������ JjjuBcJ   ^C-c^;   ;    :'v y-;;^;';;   ,_ _ t^Ji ^)&\U:" - -;";':  ~   ..N^fV*-..;.  /KGR/iGOAL-ORWOODy  wmm^i  't^~-x3 ���������:..������������������:��������� -:/:'"���������:.  '.,  .g*"-: tfy^-vi \~r'CTifZpci   i1.?!1  //Base^Burners//^  .-:*-Boxy Stoves,/: r '4: 'Ur^U'^  v:/>Fr������cn"R2Dge^  Ui: ;Gookm g^Sttyes^^^^.;^  &-f>''"St!;Ve<Ii'y^  /;. /: Stoves se-l uji' free-pf chiirge. ;y  A full lina"./of Heavy Shelf. Hardware.  ; y" '-Penr.syivarjiaSlac'asmi'ch'syCcal.  ���������Si'-  &SK  SS������  V;:::-y.;/:'"^:?j>K'/;/v:/.;/;;y.'...:.l*K'\LBI*S/T^^  !;.G*i.i^iBiiB";Mlp  JUUUUU-tj-ia vy Fi ni in ^n:^f=FfH==~^UL.^^^-^^  A FINE/ASSORTMENT-OF JE".,yCOFFEE;: BISCUITS, SOFT DRINKS ALWAY  3s-'.  fS|5ectacles;/aiid::  ^ye|Glassesy-l;  1 '->-;:���������:  ': yTliiisi!��������� \vliostj,*-oye!3i|>lit-:is i fitilliig-  '-y;: v-thuin, or . thoso -niifforiiijjy: ffiiinV  :..: :;. ...shoi-l-sii-ihtb'lnus-;, \voiild:ilo;AvL'Il;  ���������f .'-.y-.lei inspi!ol_our.__tot!l:ycif-spec-ttic-lOs;':  .: :; yyiiud: oyii-plassestiiieiy liiivejy thuir-  ��������� :* V. Cvo-siBht tuKtoel. ������������������-������������������Ko-'cliiirg'u-riir.'-  ;.-!.' ���������.;iidJiistin'g,V: 'aiiel: ���������'.wo:V'-Biuiri*.iile*'e_!?.  V:.''-vv:c,s'atlsfati!.ioM^i">'i:._j'-,v;';-.^  /.Prices ./from' Y5c^yUp;y...yy:y/y;y ;���������:;;.  /Turkish  Hain  t  rer  J' re vo n'tky' Hi li* I in 1 r: f rq m ; f n 111 ti c y on t,  : ^/iirqiiiiitba thc/;!_:i'bA'-lli:;ofync\v?httli%yy  /;0/:rosjbrcs_:;gr^  u-.-;_.V:..'Ct'ii6.r',''nn'd^  ;:'y"_"y'.'-y-caiiel^  /���������:yy/;:--:;:;.::e;,ire.fi)r:iliii!di'iiff,,";:y';:':vr'y^-:  ������_  .Price 75c.  -"ay  Trussesf/t^  y;-r;:; "Ve;/e!iiri'y::iti idl sizesy/f TliuyAVot-:;  yy:���������:yiiioro siiliiiysllycr-lrtiss.'tl^'i Ittlost /  ;-.i/.li.'".:';.^-.rtiiii:' .I^Mt^|ui'tch't'..y.ivltli r lldJ^us-til���������i������.lis^-,  iiS^'i'yXV.iltO^  ���������;?:'5..:Vv.!fas.li.loiiceii?ikiii  ':.���������':'���������������������������;. K-.',;ii'utior.v;Alsei-a fuii;_.lnc:of:*;//yy;.y::/;.  /::^/v /-y;:"1 ;:/-"Esas_-=^^.RubberyGoe3ds:i-  mmmm&MMMmm  mm  ti^m  yPE������SCEIP~-ICl"S,D SEBKSED.'.ALb .HOURS:���������:  KREVELSTOICE/STATION^  a-Sj^Cs,  BQU'RNE::;BR03..5,Gonsrar//I^  3 l\j v;lil������l>������iil' ������������������^i������V:li'!5;y *;  ���������'._ /J." Albert Stoncj/ Proprietor,;; yyy  ���������'.'Q-,  Ti'ibkV  t!1T!M  liiin-ki  ,-    J, -';  -in-tC  ifrar-r-.  l-U-c*!*  : yl'.'  -h''tViv:nitbeyc-h<)ie_;i:stithe  ivi's1'.' /.Best .Wb!i's..Lieitiors  I^irge light  bc'drooitis.'  9 )k.i.I;iy'.;.':Siui!t,!iIy!'rivteV....."  m  j  ,4  *'i/  um:i:^-.^ujm-::uui.-_  ' -ifif -U \-~:'i" ��������� vi-r /" ��������� sf/^  Deaiers io al  kin,iis  m  /v.-i-llknoivn  '.bri.iigho'.it  the cv'.'Sli-i-n  stale.--: and territories in the.early days,   iiioydov.n th  di'-'' ������n-Monday last;        -..'  ... Tne Slocan Pioneer i-.nnotiiibes: 'that  a grand combined n'malgiin'iation con-'  Visling. of Sir Chailcs* '-Tnpjier. . Sir  .Mac-k/en/.ic Bf.well and Major , Walsh,  of.all p'eoplu in the- world, is to visit  the ris'mcr camp .it the foot of Slocan  lake.'-    ���������*"y.   .     '   ������������������  //Funeral: Directors.1 and ���������  -      ,.b    ���������    ..   .     ,   '   '- ^~      :���������--������������������--���������������������������- ���������:.--:������������������'-~~*.-*~~~ - -:-...-  'irhv^ iip.1 F!**;,.tir".'rc_rfc ii.';-:;,.-;,--;..!:}-.. ;.".....'.'���������':.'" ,'-....;  The Consolation Mining Company is  i'i start.'-ivork agaiii this week. The  recent fire at the mine was caused by  one of the .partners whohad a coiilract  ������������������for''Sharpening- lools fenythe Fre'nch  ���������;���������' Creek Co. and "was working at tlieni in  the blacksmith sh'opat the Consolntipri.  The claim will be worked all wintor/  '..������������������Mr.Xangstalf..-vho'is going to put a  paper in Trotit L:ike City, was in town  yesterday seiliciting advertisements for  the new" journal. It'. iviil be a four  page, five coltimn sheet and will be  known as the Trfhit Lake Topic. Tbe  building for the oflice is built and the  plant is on the ground and the paper  will make its bow next week. It will  lii'.ii weekly publication. The Hkkald  ivishes thenewco'iier every success.  * I"on"t forget to leave your -orders  for fashion books ane" magazines with  the Canada, Drug to-Book Co., Limited,  Iievelstoke'Station. B. C.  *The Revelstoke City Directory  iinel Map ,of Townsite is now iri the  bands of the printers. - With llie exception of the -map the whole work  will be done in. the _tiaRA~.D job oJIice.  : It has been freely patronized by tbe  business men of Revelstoke. and those  desiring lo "get in on it'* should, vvith-  -oiit. delay. e.i.'miiHiiiic-iii'' with It. Varni  "Pettipiece. Hi:i!Al.H oflice.  for sevi-ral  hours ."on -��������� tlie'in.-iin   li.'ie; I  An e.istwitni-bound freight-' .was  t-inii- j'  grade this way with t wo j  y  engines on, when  vb>. -ti-aiii  broke- hi j .  tivo. phicfs.'  The centri'iseirtVoti,'V.ein.g 1    r'-  :entii'ely -nit  of. control. i;an :pn . after | '���������������������������'���������������������������'..; .���������'/ '���������-".���������'  t.liH.lirst.piirt, of'I if' train, and   gather-1 Ai_y.y.i_. >'"r ntiyiiUinf!/.-i-.v;n'-!: :>  ing uitnueutiiut. - with   every   fenil-,   eif j' '"       ���������"���������'���������..'���������     : iiisur.in.!-':,- <:_:>.. i-r<>-.'i7if-ui  slope,   soon   era--heel    intei    it.   being; -y?.-p-;-\7^-pr.T,_=*t'-r*r~!T--"T*~  close-Iy"followed by  the  rear '.section, ' ���������   .   *-  'i������\':  -���������^^J  - -���������--���������-.  ''firf-  Si J  ��������� - -b  ���������-S'-fi*:-  -.'--;-���������*.  jA.t?  '.$U  ,r,.j,  "���������'���������'���������'j  :ji.....  ���������:"'r':'li '"  "if.:  jrf  "  -,~.  u  'W:  *""���������'  ���������*ML3T33Z355^y:  _ ^.v1|..--^yr-?.c^.'!?i������i ... * ���������  ������*y*������c''._cll^  i3*ou:;\yan(;/;:td;  ygr'ihdciiild.re';!://^  ��������� 'y;Gim)byv''/V//:^  Aveiglit ��������� :|//wo/;inaI'lv'jt^  '������������������A'^stpy  iio   cxpeiisp r/is;-;^  ylieaters.y:y'/A ;;"^tb  -liuist^peiji^i'/a'iAlx  0)v! lliink-pf-Ihe/stovt! e>vei;:there, yy  y: A/inotlel of beiiiity'/iUidgriii-t! ;'.-"���������;  No sleiyc/in the \vorld-will^compares;..': -  With the stoves We liayein our place.   smm^fBM:  Sole/Agent for; the Gurney -Stoves, yRevelstol~elStation,l/B.C.:/  me'ra..'.  '>'f:0A*������  ���������VV'i"''  STAT'OSr./  which t.-o:iip!i.-tcMl the* siiu'.sliiiii.-V.-ri-'Mc- I ������������������-r���������  ing two cui-j entirely and���������knoekirig.llve ! '���������'���������'  others otic the..rails." A wrecking train I,: THE  at.once !*:ft Rovcdstokes for the:scene of  the accident/but- the* Al.lantic nspress...  was delaved 7-hours, and did not arrive hero till about l:'Vi p.m. It is  .supposed the! break in the train 'occurred in pulling out of the: siding at  NriU-bHill station. The rinlv person  hurt..was Braki'Sinon Agriiv.v, who was  on top of one of 1 he: t.elesx-oiieydciirs at  the i mint ent eif collision. Fortunately  be: escaped with his 'bead bruised arid  scratched and it-.: wrench to his  sliniildiii-s. and is' very tbiinkful for  getting off so easily.  Reveistoke_  Wood V/orkiiig Factory  I'll'I-Y -t WRIGHT. I*J:CPl:TF.TfrttS.  Wir.dov/ and Door Frames  made to order.  Store and Office Fixtures.  All Kinds of Sashes and  Doors 'in" stock. Odd  Sizes made to order.  Tin: 11.  T.U'i'iN's   lion rnxo���������OFF  Tiir.  I.rMCKr:  ,; Y.it:;),' "  Revdstpke Station, B. C.  vootcnay:  All Kinds of Sou^h a/ndBresscid-;;   '.-  T :7TT'/fT?'"'T'j  ..Is iJ.m.n>Jh������t  s -mn'ilPT -  JwliiiirJvJ*-  Limited       ,,  e   ;/    Liability./  C0M4PLIX/B.G.  ___JL__ Ljl,  ' At"'tlxe"t!i:in-ip.i.i-y's store' it-: carried ;;|.'.full -  ���������     M$'.-k ijf(i<'i-.t..x':\\ M'-nrhandise. .'Miners'  .Sujtpiie-- and (Ji'i!fits/at closo-rw,ti������', '���������'-"..  R. TAPPING,  P. O. "ARj*o*s-.?F:.in.  TBr.Kr.K.ll.7! Tf< (_:-.,-(ji,'-i  A,gc-nt for Revelstoke  TEEPIONEEE; ^IVER^-i-^-- ���������:;  Feed and Sale Stable of fn?. Lr-t-dcau nnd Trout Lake District  '���������"������������������^  .'  KAiiiii.r: an'ti     :  I'.\e:K 'ilOH."Kl5-  AIAV.VV.H I-'OU  IflltK.  D.lily Stu^C- ie:ave.-s Tlii,lil:  1-v.r purticuliir.-" writo  im'.-; r.ailfV'H'J eve.-ry (a-iniltu: ut 7 n*i-le-ie-l: for TrotHf.nl.-." City.  oiiAIG .V IUIjIjAIAX, TimMS'-NV" LAxr.ri.-fs.  "e3iVience tb?ilii^  "/ <.fyi\lS 1;//"i!*?;tlili-ly ^  y:/rivallecl/in/tlie/worl^  *>.;:���������":-."M i  ritKHJIITINf.  .. AND '���������;���������'  T.KAMTNfi  "    A   SI'Ke'fAl.TY  E  UAV1* NOW THE' MOST   CCWIPLETEyLINE /OF{SUITINGS,  Ovorcoiitings iiiid 'Pantings ever -placed .-before;, the .���������.trade,/wliich'we  will liiake up to iileaseihe.customer. ; We use the Exeelsieir fashions  which ive receive every 'month', from Chicago and Neiy York, with latest styles1  (������������������'"��������� N    and designs in'drcss, "and are the most complete, designs 'published in America.  1     i -With this and our new; workman, Who can compete with; the world,'we are  able to give satisfaction to any who will favor lis ivith an order.* |f  Th addition to our Tailoring we-have a complete line of Ready-made  Clothes, Suits. Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Pantings and Boys' Clothing, Aniericaii  iind Canadian manufacture.// Being Tailors we are able to select the best  v.-earing material for the money, and by putting a / tailor's stitch in the  but Ions, pressing out the wrinkles and making any alterations that_ are  necessary. otir/Rcady-miules are rendered equal to Eastern ordered Clothes.  AVe sell for cash, thus being able* to make onr prices low.  Give us a trial order.   Mail Orders promptly attended to.  R;S, WILSON, Mercba^  iijv������������������tos~^"^.'isias?'*^


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