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 .. /^  -ISSTJ-BID   T^ArXO-EJ-^-VNT-EE-K: ��������� *A77**E33D*l*<r*_BS3D^_.*Y'S    J*J25T?D   S^**-TTJ"E?,X)A.-Z*S-  Vol. I.    "No. 76.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1897.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance;.  tSScSSSSiSS^SSSiili  Shopping  by Letter  THE first thing wlso people think of &  when ordorinfc goo ia by mall is the incapacity for business of those thoy write -3-  to. Thorcptitatlm we enjoy for prompt- )S  r.ess makes our lln.il Order trade foi*KC W  ahead at a gratifying rato.           "    .    ��������� a*  Our Specialties ���������!���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors .Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery .Tailoring  Dressmaking  Requests for price lists and samples  roouive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,-  ....Calgary.... ��������� nj)  33g33������~K~i@5j1^SggS~**~?gy'y  Haig & Crage  Sole Agents for ,    *  ^eyeistokQ   ;  ^^^ Townsite  MINING,  ,     'a. .   .  FIRE and LIFE .INSURANCE  Millinery  0HAS. R. CARLYON,   -  barriste'r-at-law. ' -  solicitor,  and notary public.-  Oflice: "Rooms 1 and 2,'Pool Flock, Itevelstoke. B.C.  RTHUR G. NL SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor, Sec."'  Notary Public.     :   ���������"'-"������������������- "' ' .   ~  Oflice upstairs In Smith's Block. Pacific Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B.  C.   -  ..    WHITE'&-SIBBALD, :.  '" Mining and' Real Estate "Brokers,  Notaries Public, Etc. **  Monev to loan at lowest rates.  r"irc Insurance in best companies,  llautf : Office opposite Union Hotel.  WM   WHITE, Q. C,  B>KI1ISTKR, SOLICITOR,  NOTABY  PUBLIC,   ETC.,  Revelstoke,'B.C.  Ootf  Solicitor forlmperial Hank of Canada.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY,  .Civil Engineers. Provincial Land  _ Sukvkyous.  Accountants and C'etieral Agents,  Nelson anel Kossland, West Kootenay,  British Columbia.  F. C. Gamble, J. P.. M. Inst. C. E., "I. Can. Poo.  C K . 1*. I- S. for B. C, (late Resident Engineer .Heiiartnieiit of I'ublic Works in  Canada inS.C) Nelson. B.C.  Francis J. O'Uhillv, Assoc. M. Inst. C. E��������� I*. Ij. S.  for B. C, Rossland, U. C. SJIytf  ROBERT SAMSON,  Dealer In Wood.  Draying and Dellio-y Work a specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams nlways ready at a moment's notico.  Agent for .the Stand vrd Oil Company.  .  J.   R.   HULL   8c   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. * Co.,  Butchers and "Wholesale and Retail Dealers  1   Beef, Pork, Etc  KAMLOOPS  and   REVEL8TOKE.  All orders In our lino promptly filled.  Ladies' Trimmed Hats  J (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  Bourne Bros.,  Revdstoke Station.  Qarload  of Ogilvie's Hungarian  :   Carload, Lake or the Woods  .,- .    ,       Flour  Rolled Oats  Corn Meal  ,.Canned. Goods   t .    .  -' ���������     ��������� .  Choicest Confectionery  Best Hfeatl In town'. -       Free Delivery.  \   Weelding Cakes a Specialty.  1������.  1ST.' SMITH  Sign Painting and Gilding  Kalsoraining, Paperhanging, General  House and Carriage Painting.  D.  STAMPER,  First Street East, Kevelstoke Station, b. o'.  Townsite  Changed  Hands  PROVINCIAL SECHETAIIY'S OFFICE.  His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleased to mtike the following appointments:  17th September, 1897.  Frederick Fraser, Esquire, J.I'., to be a Clerk  nnd a "lining Recorder in the office of lite  oovcruiiicut jvgem at the town of Kevelstoke.  William II. Viekers, ol tlie town of Kevelstoke, Inquire, to he .Mining Kce-onler for the  Trotit l.nke .Mining Division of the West Koiite-  niiy District, vice Thomas Taylor, Eseinirc,  resigiictl.    . float  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  ClOLD BUG FRACTIONAL MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West   Kootenav  District.   Where   lot-met!:  Ou Silver Cup hill, bounded on the north  by "Sunshine," em tho south by "Free Coinage," on the east by "Silver Cup," and on  the west bv "Huron" mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman Barnard,  Free   Milter's   Certilieate No. -_"-_!>__., issued at  New Westminster on the 17th day of October,  18%, as agent for anel on behalf of the Lillooet,-  Eraser Hiver anel Cariboo Gold Fields, Limiteei,  Free  Miner's Certilieate No. 11118 A, issue-el at  New Westminster on the 80th tiny of June, ISfle,  intenel. 00 elays from  the elate- hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for tt Certilieate of improvements   for  the   purpose of  obtetitiing a  Crow n Grunt of the above mineral claim.  And further take notice that action, uniler  Set-lion ,t7". must be commeneeel before the issuance of stte-h Certilieate of Improvements.  Dated thlsilth dav of September, 18U7.  F. S. BARNARD.  Sept 29-Ot  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  TtcguliT meetings are hold in tin*  Oddfellows' HhII on tho seco-id and  J fourth Wedno-daysof each month at  lui 7:33 pm.   Vieiting brethren cordially  E. Adair,������W?M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  A.-T. NOXON,  WATCHMAKER  All work guaranteed. _,   ,  Orders by mall promptly attended to.  At R. S. Wilson's TAilor Shop,  REVELSTOKE STATION, B C.  Rhodesia restaurant  and BOARDING HOUSE,  Corner t>F Second Si hket and  Orton jH'K.NDE,  REVELSTOKE   STATION.  ENGLISH COOKING under the superintendence: of Mrs. Lapwortlt.  '     Dining Room attended to personally by the  proprietor".  MEALS-AT'ALL HOURS  Cleanliness,and civility our moll.*.    Terms  '.Saustf"       A. .1. LAI-WORTH, Proprietor.  First Cloea Donco Hal] To. Lot  Although not much advertising has  lioen done-, Rosebery townsite, at the  liend of Slnc-an Lake, hns been steadily  .tuning to tho front feir the hist throe  months.  What Strong Points  Rosebery holds ,on the  Slocan Lake  Rosebery will -have'an ore sampling  works in a few months with a capacity  of 100Jt oils per day.  Rosebery is in the centre of tind the  distributing point for Slocan City,  Sandon, Nakusp, New Denver, Silver-  ton, Enterprise. Three Forks, Concentrator, anil Cody, only 12 miles distant  from the mining centre of the Slocan  (Sandon).  Rosebery is destined to he the concentrating point.  Hosehery is the sampler point.  Rosebery is the ship yard of the  Slocan.  Rosebery is the only safe harbor on  the lake.  Buy Lots Now   if you want    make money  Send at once to the general afjent  for maps and price list or any further  information.  Oolf  A.   M. BEATTIE,  General Agent.  GUY BARBER,  WATCHMAKER   AND  JEWELLER,  e*. I*. K. Time I.v.-rEcion.  Front Street, Next to Post Office  MOUNTAIN MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate Iii the Trout Lake MiningDivision of  West Kootenay District. Where located:  Northeasterly ' from and adjoining- the  "Towser" mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman Barnard,  Free Miner's Certilieate No. 8.S6.U, issued at  New* Westminster on the 17th eiav eif October,  1S%, as agent for and oil behalf of the Lillooet,  Fraser Ki\er and Cariboo Golel Ftelels, Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 0118 A, is .tied at  New Westminster on the 30th day of .Inne, lt__l7t  intcnel. r������u days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Ilee-oreler for a Certilieate of Improvements' for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above mineral claim.  And further take noiico that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this nth dav of September, 1897.  F. S. BARNARD.  Sept 29-91  SCOTTISH ClIIKI" MINERAL CLAIM.   -i  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West - Kootenay District. Where located:  Northeast of aiiel adjoining the "Sunshine"  mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman Barnard,  Free Miner's Certilieate No. No. sSf.'J-J, issued ot  New-Westminster on the 17th day of October,  lSUei, as agent for and 011 behalf of the Lillooet,  Fraser River anti Cariboo Golel Fields, Limited,  Free Miner's Certilieate No. 011S A, issued al  New Westminster on tlie HOtli day of .Inne, 1897,  intcnel, HO days from"the 'dale"hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certilieate of Improvements for the purpose" of. obtaining a  Crown Grunt of tlie above mineral e-laiin. ���������  jlnd further take notice that action, under  Section "17, must be commenced licforo the issuance of such Certillctue of Improvements.  Dated this 9th dav of September, 18U7.  ���������   F. S. BARNARD.  Sept M-flt  Sutton Mineral. Claim  Situate in theTllleeillewtiet Mining  Division of West Kootenay District.  Where located:   e>n the northwest  side of the mountain between lite  lllecillewaet   River   anil the north  fork ol the same, about five miles    -  uortlieast of Illecillewaet.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman  Barnard,  Free  Miner's  I'ertlticHte No. 8S'.'1_!,i issued at  New Westminster on the 17th day of October,  189*. managing director of the Lllloet, Fraser  River and Cariboo Golel Fields, Limiteei, Free  Miner's Certilieate No. fills A. issued at New-  Westminster on theoOtli day etf June, 1897, intenel. B0 elays from the date hereof, to apply 10  the Mining Recorder for tt Certilieate of Im-  -provomen ts,-for-the���������purpose���������uf-obtaining-a  crown grant for the above claim.  jMul further take notice that action, under  Section :_7, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilieate of Improvements.  Datcel this 'JOth day of Sept., 1897.  "jsefltw F. S. BARNARD.  -Notice.  Notice is herebv given that GO days after date  the under-igneel*, H. Duncan Robson, intends  to make application to the Chief Commissioner  of Lanels anil Works for permission to purchase  1IJ0 acres of land, situate in Lardeau Division  of Kootenay District: Starting at a post at the  South West corner of Asa Hillman's block of  IKO acres, marked "Initial post or II. Duncan  Robson't claim," running North 'JO chains,  thence Wen 40 chains, thence South 40 chains,  thence Ka������t 40 chains, thence North 20 chains  to place of beginnieg.  -          -                            H. DUNCAN  ROBSON.  Ferguson, j" ugust 13th, 1897. scpl'Jtw  Notice.  HOTICE is hereby given that 00 elays after  elate, I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landt and Works for permission  to purchase 100 acres of land, situate in Kootenav district, near confluence of Gainor creek  with South Fork of Lartlcati river, more particularly described ������������ follows : commencing  at a po-t marked "Initial Post, S. E. corner,  A.A.C.," on the west bank of Gainor Creek,  near its confluence with the South Fork of  Lardeau River, thence North 40 chains, thence  Wet 40 chains, thence Seiuth 40 chains, thence  East 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 1C0 acres," more or less.  A.A.CLARK,  Agent for H. E. C. Carry.  Dated June 13th, 1897. sis  SILVER IN MANCHESTER  Have a Cigar  Partner ?  Well! Don't Care-f do.  Where* 11 we go ?  Why to  J. Morgan's  -������____������������������Shaving Parlor  Those "Henry Clay's" are all right.  Hot and Cold Baths  Confectionery  Tobaccos  ONE DOOR EAST COLUMBIA HOTEL.  BAStiRV  Front St. West.  McCAGUE BROS. Prop Vs.  Ootf " ���������   A STRONG RESOLUTION TO RESTORE THE WHITE METAL  The Daily Chronicle Protests Against  Great Britain Reverting to a Double  Standard in Order to -Oblige the  United States. ��������� Secretary Sherman  Distinguishes Himself Again.  (.���������Special to the Herald.)  Washington, Oct. 13.��������� Secretary  Sherman has written 'mother sharp  note, ex-pressing surprise at Great  Britain's refusal" to take p.ut in the  scaling conference with Japan and  Russia.  Manchester, Oct. 13.--Sir Win. Hy  Heiuldsworth, - M..P., yesterday at a  large gathering of financial men ��������� in  this city, proposed the following resolution which was unanimously carried:  That in view of the injurious effects  nf the dislocation between gold and  silver it is advisable to take, .idvantage  eif the overture's of France nnd the  United States and to redeem the government's promises with regard to  securing a stable parity between gold  and silver.  London, Oct. 13���������In mentioning the  rumor that the British government  intends to do something for silver,  not involving the re-opening of the  Indian mints, the' Chronicle! says editorially: Are we to be plunged into  till acute iind dangerous controversy  over the currency problem ? Is this a  time for the foremost tinaue-ial centre  of the world to revert to the stage from  which other states are.seeking to rise?  We 'protest.^ ag-iinst any such notion  merely to oblige the* United States,  who do nothing'to oblige us.  New York. Oct. 13.���������Bur silver. 5(3"  cents.    Lead, $���������'.*- Copper,'$11.20.  TIN POT JOURNALISM  .The*. HERjVr.D has for smut* time past  been aware that its contiynporarv in  town has been uttering sui.ill yelps of  defiance atit in every issut*,c"imly tuvittv  ns ivbusy man walking np street might  be vaguely conscious of ji small dog  yapping at him-froin a "neighbouring  alley way. -It wtis no part eif the Herald's" intention, when established  here, to indulge in a wordy contest  with another join-mil about, trifles.  New-paper controversy of a personal  nature, simply makes the newspnpeis  engaging in it look lirst ridiculous an 1  then tiresome in the eyes of the  modern public*! However our. contemporary is, as wc* can quite understand, under strong constraint to appear both smart and outspoken. It  has a long record in the past, for el illness and subservience to pull np with,  and if possible efface. We can also  understand that- under these circumstances it considered the HeRjVLD a  fiiii'-niiirk-for small impertinences-and  iiiuuendos. That, is probably its idea  of journalism. But when in its last  issue it describes the friends and sup  porters of'the Herald as ������������������peanut  politicians and soreheads," it simply  allows its spleen to overflow the mark  not. merely of decent journalism,' but  of the ordinary conventions of civilized  society.' <-The Herald was invited  here by all the most prominent und  enterprising men in Revelstoke, who  wsre anxious to sec the town repre  sen ted to the outside world by a live  and well conducted paper. We looked  over the field, found it to all intents  and purposes vacant and stepped in  The result litis justified both our own  sagaciiy in acci*pting tlio invitation  here and theirs, who extended it.  Since our arrival here the old time.two  by fonrideasofthep -litical pocket organ  already in possession have been more  at a discount than ever, so much so  that a quite noticeable -improvement  has taken place in its own columns.  The Herald invites to continue the  upward movement. It will find that,  little is to be gained by abusing the  community for suppoiting the Herald. If it cannot contain its feelings  at all events let it confine its abuse  to ourselves.   We can stand it.  CANADA'S GOLD RESERVE  A very sensible suggestion has been  miulc by XV. Mclnnis, M. P., the member for Vancouver, who has just returned from a trip to Alaska. II is  to the effect that if the Dominion  government adheres to its policy of  reserving claims in the Yukon district,  it should put its reserved claims into  blocks and not except every other  claim from entry, as is the system ut  present adopted. There seems to be  no doubt that the government intends  to stick to its policy ot reserving one  half the claims in the district for the  benefit of the Dominion and viewed as  in abstract proposition and if the  project is honestly carried out.the idea  is quite in accordance with the present  trend of opinion with regard to the  best methods of disposing of the  national resources. It must be re-,  niembered however that abstract  theories do not always work out in  practice. In the old country in pur-  biiit'-.of the same idea such a heavy  royally has bean imposed on the  products of gold and silver mines, as  to rentier the working of anything of  the kind almost out of the question.  There is in consequence no mining  done and no royalty collected.  to stand guard over the truiiMiry  against his own followers twenty years  ago, what eternal vigilance will be  reel ui red to keep their successoi-s from  invading the virgin golel reserves of  the nation on the Yukon. The government may find that their adoption of  a socialistic principle without ihe security against public: dishonestly,  which the full socialist programme  provides, a difficult matter to curry  out so as to achieve the results, for  which it is being avowedly introduced.  Now, it is obvious that under any  plan of reservation the scheme of holding back certain claims from entry,  whether it be in blocks or by every  other claim, is going to be attended  with considerable ditilculties. though  the former is the more practical plan  of the two. It will for instance be  impossible for the government to wait  until some poor devils of prospectors  have forced their way into a certain  district, and made some good strikes,  and then step in and 'declare the section reserved. The govertiriient will  eil her have to hire its own prospectors  and hunt, up good claims for itself or  else' declare certain portions of the  country reserved on the olf chance  that theie may bu something in it.  The very nature of the*'Yukon country  in wliich according tei "all'accounts  indications Are totally .absent and the  element of luck enters into the discovery of geiotl ground to an even greater  extent than in better knovvnniiniiig  countries', will lender the reservation  of certain blocks eili' hand a part icularly  speculative proceeding. On the other  hand, while the average prospector is  as honest a man tis the rest of us, the  temptations to which a government  piospector would be exposed would be.  so much greater than (hose even of'  the ordinary government official, as to  render much of a tangible result to the  country from their services exceedingly  problematical.  Mr. Sifton's own scheme of reserving  every other claim  was so .obviously.  Sceptics Turn Believers and are Cured.  ���������"When I read that Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal  Powder could relieve e:atarrh in 10 minutes I  was far from being convinced. I tried it���������a  single puff through the blower afforded instant  relief, stoppeel pain over the eyes and clcaiiscel  the nasal pa-sages. To-day I am free from  catarrh," I). L. Ettgc n's (Eo-slon,l*a.) experience  has been that of thousands of others and mav  he votirs. Solel by the Canada Drug and nook  Co.���������10.  Skin Eruptions Cured for 3Sc��������� Eczema,  Tetter, Salt Rheum, Barber's Itch, all itching  and burning skin diseases vanish when Dr.  Agnew's Ointment is used. It relieves in a  dav and cures quickly. No case of piles which  an'application will not comfort in a few minutes. Try it. 8" cents. Sold by Canada Drug  anel Book" Co.���������11  Proved Priceless���������Ruby coals and  cinnamon flavor. Dr. Agnew's Liver Fills arc  household favorite". Impurities leave the  svstcin. The nerves are toned. The blood is  purified. The complexion is brightand rudely.  Headaches vanish and perfect health follows  their use. 40 doze" 20 cents. Sold by Canada  Drug and Book Co.���������12  idopted in total ignorance of the conditions, under which placer claims arc-  located and worked, that one can only  hope that- the experience gained on his  present trip will convince him of its  unsuitability. If tiny man understands  the situation in Yukon, it is Mr. Ogil  vie, and when on his return to civili  ztition he heard for the first time of  the proposition, he was obviously  aghast at the very idea. Mr. Mclnnis'  ide'a of reservation by blocks, while  open as has been pointed out to objections of its own, will not at all  events create such confusion and dis  ttirbanue in the Yukon mining camps  as the other scheme is bound to do,  and the principle that the gold in the  ground belongs lirst. of all to the nation  will be us much preserved by it as by  the other.  Ben Hill intends to put a pack train  on to run up the Albert Canyon  wagon road.  Poor old Weary Waggles turned it  up at last yestertltiy afternoon, and it  was n case:'of hoof it through the mud.  Seventy officers ami men ot H. M.  S. Pheasant passeel through from the  coast on their way home on Monday.  The C. P. R. rates to the south have  been put hack to the old taritf, placing  I'l'volstoke in 11 better position as a  distributing point.  Provincial Constable A. McRae*. came  to town on Monday from his home' at  Illee-ilb'.vuet,. He is on a fair way to  recovery, but is still very weak.  Mr. .John Aikenhead litis opened up  his jeweller's establishment on Front  St. its far au the repairing department  is concerned, but his stock of watches  and jewelry has not yet all arrived.  Recorder Viekers was in town yesterday from Trout Lake City. He went  up to Albert Canyon this morning to  report on some frail work there, for  the government.  Some*, sneak thief touched Stevenson  to Co. foi four nice comforters on  Monday night. The comforters were  hanging in front of the store and were  taken while Mr. Doyle, tho manage',  was away at supper.  Private advices from Mr. J. D. Sib-  balel state that, the North Kootenay  exhibit is attracting much attention  at the Spokane Fair. The East Kootenay exhibit is larger, but is not to be  compared with, ours'* in point of  quality.  Work has been shut down em the  Silver Chief, belonging tei the Trout  L-ike Mining Co., near Ferguson. Mr.  H. .1. Stewart, the manager, left last  night for Portland, Ore., wheie he  will spend-the winter with* his sister,  returning next April..  ���������The. government books and papers  were conveyed fr.im the old government office to Mr. Graham's new office  in the provincial government building  011 Monday. The old office has been  reiite*tl from the government by Mr.  W. White*, who will open his law  office there this week.  Messrs. Jackson and . Gore have  settled down to the winter's work on  the. Noble*. Three. They have their  cabin built and all their giub packed,  in, and are working on an open cut on  to the leati, which they struck.-it about  10 feet. They intend "to sink a ������haft  on the ledge. They have located another lead on the claim about 200 feet  above*, the oiigitial discovery, carrying  considerable grey copper.  THE VANCOUVER SMELTER  THE   CITY    FATHERS    ACCEPT;  SVMON'S   PROPOSITION   '  Convention of the St. Andrew's Society  in Buffalo���������A Roman Catholic Protest" -,.���������  Against   the    Foresters'-    Society���������A- - ���������  Texas Train Held up in Broad   Day- '���������_���������'.  light���������Vancouver and the Music Halts.*.,. ;'  (Special to the Hkiiald.). _,::.."/*",'���������  Vancouver, Oct. 13.���������The'Board of  Trade passed a resolution yi'sterday  approving of licences being granted to  a music hall in the city.  The city council.last night accepted,  the proposal of Harry Symons to build-   ' ���������  ti smelter at Vancouver costing $1,033.-..  003, for a bonusof ~03.000at arate of SI  per ton of the ore smelted.     Synions---  agrees to pay for the expenses of sul>-  mitting the bylaw to  the  people  and'  to give the city $05,000 worth of stock.     .,-  Montreal, Oct. 13.���������In a letter read   -  last Sunday in all the Roman Catholic  churches "in   this   diocese   from    this _ ���������  Bishop.    He refei-s with sorrow to the.  growth of the Foresters' Society anil-'-'   -  advises all Catholics to sever their con--    "  nection with it.  Buffalo,   Oct.    13.���������The ��������� brother--/  hood   of the St. Andrew's Society of  '"-  the Anglican church are holding a con-- :  vent ion here (today. - There; are  1,500-. ;  delegates   present.      ,The   Bishop ' of"     ;  .Rochester and Canon Gore are here as.*-"-'  represent-itives.-Of the.Ch.urch in-. Eng--  land. .-     -    '' *  .     ;.-..--.  Austin, Texas. Oct.  13.���������Yesterday- -' v  afternoon the Cannon Ball   train-on,'   -  the International and Great Northern;  line was held np 12 miles from "Austin.--  in broad daylight Iiy 4 men .-aud-the-.  passengers were robbed of $200.    . ,   '.  "France Favors Silver.'"-       -   *-*'  The   .London    Times   is 'becoming- -  alarmed  about  the.growth  of" silver- ��������� .  sentiment in France:  In a. special arti��������� -.  cle in Tuesday's issue dealing with'the- .  causes .which  led '.Fi-ancei-,tc*-~prope_ise-" '  the free coin:ige.of'silver,*-it''says  that.-;.  the French .ambassador proposed -15J,"  to Las the rate at whieh-Franc-t*--would*  -  open her mints and then-proceeds-to.  -  review   the  bi-metiiUic  inovenieht in.--  Frane-e.     Jt points otitthat'in spite* of" 1-  protection   tlie   price   of "wheat*con--  tinueel to fall  in  Franck until-'JMeline-  in 1S05, in  view of the immense.agri-.  cultural  vote, changed  front and .decided that as protection had failed anil.  a higher price .for wheat  was - neocis-' ..  sary. bi-itietalism must  be tried.   'The-  -Times continues:. At the .conference���������-  iu May, in the presence .of  M. Loubet.  and M, Magnin. he (M. Melihe)'said to,'   ���������  Senator Wolc-ntt:    '*Our slip_Kirt-jWill;- '  not be wanting." ,  -  The principle in itself is socialist, but  the government that is not afraid of  the admission of socialist notions into  their enactments is the* only kind of a  government lo suit the times. Only  fools and children are scaled by words  and phrases nowadays-. But'socialism  adopted by pieces carries with in dangers of its own. The* patch of new  cloth may fail tei suit the old garment.  Particularly is this the case when the.  patch inoquestion takes the shape of  reserving sections of a certain distiict  for the benefit of the country as a  whole*, which to the excited imagination of the average easterner is literally teeming with gold. And still  more particularly is it the case, when  the supporters nf the government are  so strongly individualistic, not to  say personal,in their conception of the  term "benefit to the country" ns those  of the present one have during the  past fifteen months shewn themselves  in every possible manner to be. Already a bold attempt has been made  to divert a portion of these benefits into  the pockets of some "lifelong Grits" of  Toronto.   And  if Mr. Mackenzie had  Robert Jamieson. the chief engineer  of the West Kootenay Power to Light  company, which is putting in 11 big  electrical plant on the Kootenay river,  is in Rossland looking .ifte*r his e-oni-  niiny's interests. 'He says wo.ik'is  being pushed in all departments of the  enterprise, and the company expects  to be supplying power in Kossland by  December. 15.���������Rossland Miner.  -No Nelson paper at present..is properly in the swim without a history  of the town running in its columns.  Judge Sprout has articles both in tho  current numbers of both the* Miner  anilTiibune coriec-ting tho mistakes  of the various historians. The articles  are full of interesting information  about the beginning of things not  only in Nelson but in the whole* of  Kootenay. Among other reminiscences bearing on out- own tow n he  says: "The more the matter is examined. Iho more* closely does it appear  that Nelson is the child of Kevelstoke."  It is instructive- to note how the three  earliest points selected for commercial  centres in West Kootenay���������Nelson,  Kaslo- and Revelstoke���������rnntiiiiii* to  maintain their supremacy as solid and  permanent' points in spite of eveiy  change and turn of the game in the  country."  Lee Geoige nnd James Kelly are  back from Carnes e-re-ek, where they  have been since April last. This creek  is located 25 miles above Revel'-toke  and some 10 miles from the Columbia  river, and pretty high up in the Selkirk mountains. They report that  they have made four locations there*,  on which there are three veins. One  vein is afoot wide, another is 3 feet,  and the third is 18 inches in width.  The widest of the ledge has been uncovered for a distance of 2000 feet. The  ore from the wide ledge carries gold,  iron, and a tr.ie-e of silver and copper.  An assay reveals that it car; ies ~"JS in  gold. The weather was beginning to  get a little cold, and Messrs. George  and Kelly were afraid tint they might  be snowe'd in. and concluded to return  to Rossland before such an event occurred. In the spring they will return  and l-esmne tbe work ol developing  the property. J. XV. O'Connell. F. Ij.  Mosher and A. J. Bertrand each have  an interest in the property, and they  think that they have a big thing, as  tlie facilities for shipping the ore out  art* good.���������Rossland Miner.  ��������� Mr.   John. .Cameron, ..a. ..prominent/.  Sandon business man..passed" through-"  this morning on his way to.his home'  iu Edmonton.    " ";    "    -v '���������*--  Messrs.- Crage and Brewster 'left 'to-^'**5-  day for Carnes creek, Mr.'Crage to.in--.  spect the   Klondike    claim   ;iind   Mr.,  Brewster to visit the Rosebery'.mine. -*  Fred. Kegler has completed his con-',  tract, for putting tin the poles -.for ithe-.  electi ic light system.. He left .down.,  river on Monday afternoon.  Mr. XV. Rirney and his son" W.'G:.  Birney left on Monday's, train  to at-*.  tend the funeral of Mrs. Ann' Birney,"  his mother, who died at.'.Calgary .on  Sunday. "    ���������  A number of young people gathered  at the home of "Mr. and *Mrs. Stansell...  last Saturday evening, to do honor: ui'-  Miss Maggie Lewis, of Revelstoke,who-,  is the guest of Miss Chattie Stansell.���������  Trail Creek News. '  The Vancouver World says: ���������'Word!.  has  been   brought to   the city   by   a-  well-known   and  thoroughly   reliable  gentleiiMii, who is likewise an  explorer, of the discovery in the mountains  on the west side of Arrow Like", in the '  vicinity of Fire valIey,*olF'an  immense  body of galena silver-bearing ore oft it .  very high  grade.    The ledge   is   the  greatest yet  found   in   the Province  and its extent alriiost incredible'"    - "  ,1  ilr. Matthew Byrne, an Australian,  and South African miner, who has,  been visiting Kootenay in lhe interests,  of Johannesburg ciipitalists has been,  interviewed by the Toronto Telegram!  on his way to the old country. He"  considers that the country has an,  assured mining future before.it. -After  leviewing tlie various districts <jf*  Kootenay more or less favorably he-  says: "The Lardeau district I did not  visit till later in the summer, "but I  consider it tho most permanent "of  any in quantity and quality of ore  excepting, perhaps, Sandon. - in the  latter particular. One lode discovered  lecently is the Pingston, and the  length of it is almost incredible.  It extends for .twelve miles over .the  country, and in claimrafter claim it is  exposed on the surface. This lode is -  100 feet in width in one or two -claims  and it contains gold, silver aud lead.  It will run about $20 to the ton. 'It is  only about six miles from .the lake.  ami they can start right on the face of  the hill and take out the ore. It could  be mince" at a profit if it onlv ran ~6 to  the ton. The last claim on" this lode  was located the day- before" I eat  there.*' - -.    .-   -*s Revelstoke   Herald  .Published in interests of  Revelstoke, Lardeau. Big-Bend,     rout Lake  lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon, ..lordnn  Pass nnd Eagle Pass Districts.  JOHNSOK  & PETTiriECK  Proprietors and Publishers'  A Scml-Wecklr Journnl.-published in tho  late rests ot RevelBtoke and lho surrounding  district, Wednesdays and Saturdajs, making  closest connections wilh all trains.  Advertising Kates: Display ads, ������1.-0 per  column Inch. $2-DO per Inch whenlnscrtid on tlilo  page. Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) lino for  llrai insertion -, Sc for ejach additional insertion.  Heading notices, lie per lino each issue. Birth,  Marriage and Death notices, froo.  Subscription Rates: By mall or. carrier. 82 00  per annum ; ���������fl."* for six months, strictly in  advance.  Our Job Department: Thk Hkrai.d Job  Department is one of the beBt equipped  printing o*nces In West Kootenay, and is prepared to execute all kinds of printing in llrst  class style at honest prices One prico to nil.  No job too large���������none too Binall���������for us. Mull  orders promptly attended to. Give us a trial  on your nexi order.  To Correspondents: We invite correspondence on any subject of interest to lho general  public, and desire a reliable regular corrca*  tec-ndeDt in every locality surrounding  Revelstoke. In all cases lho bona fids name  of the writer mustaccomcany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publicatio *.  Address all communications  .   REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke. <3. C.  my lirst choice as to public esteem,  usefulness, efficiency and public  service. (Applause). He will then  have clone enough to satisfy any  man. (Continued applause). I  havo learned not only merely to  respect and esteem him but to  know and 'love him from che  days when wo were fighting  together."   (Applause).  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All correspondence must bo legibly  written on one side of lhe paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with the pr per namo  of lhe writer.  3. Correspondence with reference, to any  thing that has appeared in another paper  must first be offered for publication to that  paper before ilean appear in The Heuai.d.  WEDNESDAY.     OCTOBER  13, 07.  DA VIES' ERE A K  English   financial   circles  Tho wonderful increase in tho  earnings of the Canadian Pacific  road has created, a great deal of  excicoment in Montreal. For the  last week in September a, gain of  $250,000 over the corresponding  period of last year is more eloquent proof of improvement in  business throughout the country  than would be volumes of commercial reports. This increase is  tho largest in tho ��������� history of the  the company, going $100,0C3 more  than any increase since the road  was built. ��������� More remarkable still  is the fact that only twice on  every railro'id on this continent  has a company shown a growth of  earnings greater than this, and  those were' in tho n-nndytimes in  the eighties. October was a banner period for the Canadian  Pacific railway earnings last year,  when ,the statement showed a  return of ,.$100,000 ; whereas the  "last.week", period of September  this year, which gives earnings of  $7-10,000, included nine days only.  have  by a  of Sir  been very much amused  joke at the expense of one  Wilfrid Laurier's ministers, Sir  Louis Davies.. When the prospectus of a gold mining company  bearing the name of Sir Charles  Tapper as one of its promoters  was published, Sir Louis made a  most violeut speech denouncing  the Clondike "and all other Canadian gjld mining enterprises  saying "a goldmine needs only a  bole in the ground and a liar.'"  This statement, .which was  generally attributed to jealousy,  had no effect on ' hu success of the  enterprise, and the necessary  capital was at once subscribed.  In consequence of its success  auother company was floated  almost immediately in which  Colonel Domville and some other  Liberals were interested and the  name of the sanie Canadian minis-,  ter who had; warned Londoners  against all Canadian1 gold mines  on the prospectus as one of the  promoters. The Loudon people  are asking if this is a sample of  Canadian fair dealing.  An article on "Canada and the  Dingley Bill" is contributed to tho  October number of the North  American-Review by John Churl-,  ton, M. P. An emphatic protest is  uttered against the Dingley bill,  than which, it is declared, no more  potent influence can be called into  action for the purpose of rendering harmony, good will, and, much  more, political iv.iiou, impossible,  between Canada aud the Uuited  States.     I ^  THE LIEUT. GOVERNOR  THE WORLD  AND ALL THAT   IS   HAPPENING  THEREIN  AWFUL   FIRE    IN    DAKOTA  LIBERAL LEADERS  At the civic reception tendered  to Sir Wilfrid Laurier by both  political parties at Toronto,   the  ' Hon. Edward Blake made a telling  speech in which he eulogized the  premier, lie made a big hit when  ha said:    "I am  told sometimes,  -aad-1-do-noc^iu-the-least^dispute-  it, that I am a failure- in "politics.  There- is oue thing and one thing  only in which I claim with  absoluteeonfidencein your verdict,-'  that I am successful, and that is  in the choice of my successors.'"  "Twenty-five years a~;o,'' continued Mr. Blake, "when 1 resigued  the pbsitiou of premier of Ontario,  I" named Sir Oliver Mowat, who  governed the province for a longer  period than any prime minister in  any English speaking country in  our days (applause), who was never  beaten, who withdrew in the end,  nominating his successor, as I did  mine, to discharge what he  believed to be a still higher place  in the public service, and who we  all know, is shortly to come  amongst us again full of years and  honors to remain for what we hope  will be a long old age, filling the  highest place of all in this province  Ten years ago, or 11, being obliged  by my health to resign the leadership of the Liberal : party, a  deputation of my colleagues called  upon, me to ask my advice as to  whom 1 would name or suggest "as  my successor in the lead. I named  a man from a province which had  never had a first minister of  Canada: I named a man of a  race of the minority of the whole  of Canada; I named a man of a  creed of theminority of the whole  of Canada, and I was told by some  there- were great risks to be  run in selecting the man I named.  I named him because I knew the  man. (Applause). I named him  because I believed it would be an  important step in advance and in  the interests of the country that  one or other of the great political  parties should be lead by a French  Canadian, a Roman Catholic. He  lias begun in my first choice, nnd I  ���������will only hope he may meet with  just a half measure of success of  Given a Farewell  Banquet in London���������  A Distinguished Party  London Financial News, Sept. 22: At  the Savoy Hotel last night the directors of the'London and Globe Finance  Corporation, Limited, gave a farewell  dinner to "tlie: Hon. C. H."'Mackintosh,  Lieut.-Govorncr of the North-West  Territories of Canada. The Marquis  of Duic'erin and Ava, K. P., G. C. B.,  G. C. M. G., (chairman of the London  and Globe Finance Corporation), me-  sided, and was supported by Lord  Loch, Lord Edward Pelhani-Olihton.  the Furl of lionougliniote, Lord Dun-  more, Lord William Beiesford. Lieut. -  Colonel Hartopp,] Mr. Whitaker  Wright, Mr. Murray Griffith. Mr. M.  J. Burn, Mr. G. A. Phillips, Jlr. F. C.  D. Haggard, Mr. G. F. Farnham. Mr.  A. B. liealtry, and others.  In responding to the toast ol his  health the Hon. C. 11. Mackintosh referred to what Lord Dull'erin had done  for tho interests of Canada and the advancement ol the empire. British  Columbia, he said, was capable of any  amount of development, to the extent  of LCGt) miles. Tliere were great gold  mines and enormous silver mines in  British : Columbia, which was the  greatest mining country in the world.  In the development ot the country  what they wanted was British bot-  _toms and.British railways. The';climate was more conifo~Habli_r"th-in'~~irr  Colorado and other states of America,  and what they snoulel..try to do was to  keep British money in the umpire. It  was useless i'or men with small means  to go to Yukon or British Columbia to  develop the country, for they would  lose their capital: what was wanted  was large capital and the best appliances.'!?.l ! trade of Yukon was going  to be immense, and he wanted it Id belong :to,British people.  Iii proposing the health of the chairman the Hon. C. 11. Mackintosh remarked that the corporation he (Lord  Dufferin) was connected with had serious intentions of developing the great  country he (the speaker) represented.  Lord* Dull'erin having replied, the  proceedings shortly afterwards terminated. ________  CANADIAN BUTTER IN ENGLAND  Peterson Makes the Required Deposit  in the Atlantic Mail Contract-  Serious Fires Around Chicago���������  Gen. Weyler Will Stick to His Post  Pi.ankinton, S. D., October 7,���������The  girl's college at the state'industrial  school was burned yesterday morning.  Tillie Hooper, in charge of the sowing  department, Nellie Johnston, aged 13,  of Grafton, N. Ii., Mabel Fo lier, aged I),  of Sioux City, Bessie Kirny, aged 11,  of Hot Springs, Ivii Warner, aged 10,  of Watertovvn and Christina Bergman,  aged 11, of Yankton, perished in the  flames. Twenty-live of the inmates  escaped with only light clothes.  ST.ENOOltAI'llEltS   ON S'l'ltllvK.  Montreal, October 7.���������The official  stenographers of the   Montreal   court.  l(ho'.ise are on strike for higher wages  and only one division of tlie   superior  couit was able to sit yesterday.  THE   PAST  ATLANTIC SERVICE.  Toronto, October. 7.���������Sir Wilfrid  Laurier has received a cablegram that  Peterson & Co., contractors for the  proposed new fast Atlantic* steamers,  have made the required deposit.  "GEORGIAN   HAY  CANAL.  ' London, October 7.���������It is understood: Sir Weehnan Dickinson Pearson's company has submitted a proposal to complete the canal from  Ottawa to Georgian Bay on conditions  whicli are believed to be satisfactory  to the Canadian government.  THE SEAL CONTROVERSY.  London, October 7.���������The British  Foreign office has notified I*. S. Ambassador Hay that Great Britian refuses to take part in the sealing con-  fereKcswith representatives ol Russia  and Japan. The government will confer with the States alone but does not  allow for the presence of Russia, and  Japan.  THE CHICAGO ���������FIRES.  Chicago, October?.���������The fires burning around the outskirts of^the city,  fanned by the heavy winds vcstciday  afternoon, spread to the district between Union avenue and Halsted  street, where a number of small residences wore burned and 500 horses  destroyed. One man was killed and  number injured. The fite has boon  checked.  AN   EMPHATIC MESSAGE  Madrid, October 7.���������Premier S;i-  gasta has received the following cablegram from General Weyler in Cuba:  " I shall not resign." "A cablegram  from Havana says the citizens are supporting Weyler and made a big demonstration yesterday.  JUSTICE IN QUEBEC  The   Tarte-Grenier   Libel    t-ase    Reviewed���������The' Court Criticised,  Toronto, Oct.5.���������The Mail's Montreal correspondent says: "There is  not a newspaper in the citv except La  Patrie. owned by Mr, I'ai'tc's own  sons, and tho Herald, in whicli Green-  shields of the Druniiiiond County  railway, who purchased La l.'atric lor  Tarte s sons, is a largo shareholder,  that attempts to justify the transactions of wliich it 'was shown during  ing the trial, on his own evidence, ho  was guilty. OC course under the  circumstances, it was well nigh impossible for the jury to iind nny other  verdict than the one they did. Mr.  Tarte was fortunate in haying as presiding judge, Justice Wuitele, who  gave the strictest interpretation to the  law, and shut out a mass ol evidence  which tho defence was ready to offer,  and on which the case is to be apreiiled  to a higher court.  "It will thus be seen by the country  that the hide bound Liberal organs,  which are claiming the trial as a vindication of Tarte, have no justillcation  in fact, II: Tarte was as anxious as he  professed to be to have all the truth  known, why did his counsel raise objections to the production ol'; evidence?  From tho very outset of the trial it >s  well to remember, the ���������accused was  treated in an unjustifiably harsh manner. He was placed in the dock, the  first defendant in a criminal libel case  to be treated m such a manner by (he ,  court and thus deprived of easy access to counsel, while Mr. Tarte sat  beside his lawyers and kepi them constantly posted. The prosecution,evidently with the intention of influencing tho jury, set mi the cry tlmt Gren-  ier was simply a 'blackmailer and that  wanting to blackmail the minister- he.  had attacked him. Not a particle of  evidence was brought forward to substantiate that pretention. On the contrary, it was shown tho French Liberals who ran Soir, the campaign paper  in Montreal, owed Grenicr .$7C0; that  the debt was recognized as a party  debt, and that in seeking to have it  paid he was simply claiming what was  due to him.  "The court in itschargeattemptedto  justify the pretention of the prosecution. During the trial, Mr. Tarte's  counsel was allowed, without any admonition from the bench, to insult the  counsel from tho defence and hurl  epithets at Grenicr' when he wtis in  the witness box. Never has a trial  been conducted in such a inn unci* before in a Montreal court and it is hoped never will it again. When Judge  Wtirtele came to charge tho jury, lie  told them that even if all the accusations against Tarte had been proved,  except one:, they would have to Unci  tlie accused guilty on that one. Is it  any wonder then the verdict was such  as it was?"  ELECTIONS  SILVER COINAGE  WRITS  ISSUED     FOR  ELECTIONS  SIX   BY-  F0R THE N.W.T.  ASSEMBLY  DOMESTIC TRAGEDY  ���������Slayer   Sui-  An   Old   Reprobate   Shot-  clcles  St. Locis, Mo.. October 5.���������During  a quarrel last night, Geo. P. Pfell'er, a  stenographer, shot his father-in-law,  ���������Robert Delaney, and then killed himself. Uelanev"was 70 years old. He  had been in the habitof coming home  intoxicated and of making trouble.  L--t night Delaney came in as usual  ami a ejuai-rel with Ins son-in-law ens', ^cl. Suddenly PfeflV-r drew a revolver and shot'Delanoy through the  head. Hearing the shrt Pfelfer's wife  rushed into the room just in. time to  'seeher husband send a btiliet through  his own head.  LAID AT REST  CRU1CKSHANK CASE  Canadian Gazette: A marked change  is surely coining over the reputation  of Canadian.butter, in British markets  ���������especially those of London and Manchester. '."If," said a large Scotch  dealer to Professor Robertson the  other elay. after examining a lot of  Canadian creamery butter fresh from  a colel storage chamber, "you Canadians can send butter like that all the  time, you will take first place  here." That is just what the Canadians mean to do. Already they tire  making good headway here. In the  year ended August 31st, 1807, foreign  countries supplied HH.Ii per cent, of  British butter ^imports, anil the. Col  onies only 11.1 per cent. But of that  Colonial contrioution Canada sent U'.',,-  SfJ2 cwt., a marked improvement upon  former returns. All 'Australia sent.  103.112 cwt. anel New Zealand 7.1,7."."  cwt. Of the total; British cheese imports of 2.119,01" cwt., Canaela sent no  less than 1,'^,)\,'2S2 cwt., or 57 per cent.  of the total British cheese import.  Recent London prices for Canadian  Cheddar have averaged 15m. ~d. per  cwt.    That is what epiality does!  Further  Evidence  Against  the  Captain  _^_Accysed__of___D_efra_udii_g  La*7 .Ran*  dolph Churchill  London, October 5.���������"Capt." 3. H. I.  Cruickshank was once more ro.manded  at the Bow Street police e;ouri. today  on the charge of defrauding Lady Randolph Churchill anrl her sisters. .Mrs.  Morton Frewen anel Mr.-. Leslie, out  of a sum of "7,7"*", arid with defrauding other women out of various sums  of money, the whole amrunt totalling  up to about S50,fi:;'l. The evidence today showed that part ol Lady Randolph Churchill's money (.*j|l,C~'J in all)  was paid.by the prisoner lo the prosecutors in lhe ri'ecnl action brought I  against him when, as Criiickshank  swore, tht! money was expended in  travelling between London, Paris and  New York in promoting a railway  syndicate the ladies Were asked to invest in. ,,,  Sir Geo. Lewis, who represents Lady  Randolph Churchill and others, and  who wtis requested by'the public pro=e-  pi:utor to condu'.'t the pin������eciitinn ior  ths treasury ilepartmenl. a tint hi need  lie woulel prefer a charge of perjury  against the prisoner.  - A man has no right to kiss even his  own neice without her consent. So an  old Northumberland county man  70 years of age, has discovered to his  cost. lie kissed his neice against her  will, jFinil she asked a jury fo aware]  her $2,000 damages. She: got only 20  cents but the old man must pay all  the costs. It was a costly kiss. Uncles  and o'.Iie*' male relatives would do well  to make formal application for the  priyilege of a kiss when they feel like  osculation  -���������������������������'.(From the Calgary Hot-aid)  The funeral of the late Stun Livingston took place on Wednesday afternoon and was . moro largely attended  than tiny ceremony of the kind lor  years, over forty carriages forming  the procession. The service was held  in'the Methodist church and was conducted by the Rev. XV. A. Vrooman.  assisted by the Rev."J: C. Herdinan of  Knox church. 1 n the ejo'urse' of a brief  sermon Mr..Vrooman referred to the  remarkable career of the deceased as a  pioneer, aud spoke of his bravery, enterprise and endurance, adding also  some sympathetic remarks m. regard  to the bereaved widow and family,  who were present in :the mourner's  pew and appeared to feci keenly their  great lots. Funeral hymns were sung  and Mendelssohn's funeral march  played by the organist.  After the service the coffin was carried to the heniv-e hy Messrs. P���������o\ve,  Jacques, Barwis. Wafker, Brogden anel  King, the pall bearers, and the large  procession headed for the cemetery,  where the old veteran's:-'remains were  interred.  "-e^VB6!^-sec-i-etary-~of-thc-W-inni--  pfig Board of Trade, sent a very beautiful wreath of flowers to be laid on  the coffin of his old. friend and comrade.  New Governineut Sworn In���������Several  Fatalities in the East���������England and  the Seal Question���������Dr. Jameson in  Politics  Rkgina, October 8.��������� Writs were issued yesterday for six Territorial by-  elections. Nominations on the 20th,  elections a week Inter, The'members  of the new Iflxecntivo Council were  sworn in yesterday. Their names are:  llti'iltain (Macleod), Ross (Moose .law),  Mitchel (Batoche!). Mugrath (Lethbridge). Bulyea (Qu'Appelli.').  ANOTHER SHOOTING   I-'ATII.II.Y.  Swan Lake:. October .8.���������John Penman, 10 years old, son of Robert Penman, was''ccidontiilly shot and killed  while getting into a boat with a loaded  gun on Wednesday.  SUICIDEl*   IN THE HAY.  Toronto, October 8.���������The body of  Kate Black was found in the hay'yes-  teriltiy. 11 is supposed lo be a case of  suicide.  ANOTHER ATTK-MI'T  Toronto, October S.���������Geo. Gaiter  attempted suicide by taking laudanum.  He was taken to the hospital and  saved.  A WHOI.l_.SALE SWINDLER  New York. October S.���������l~mnietl B.  Gibson was artested in New York on  swindling charges all over the States.  His depredations in all amount to  $1C3,CC'J.  TO HI-: RUCALI.l'l"  Madimo, October 8.���������General Weyler will: be'recalled'this month.  THE YELLOW    l-'EVER  New Orleans; October S.��������� The  fever situation is considerably improved. Thirty-one new caseis and two  deaths were reported yesterday.  UNCLE SjVJI ylNDIGNAN'I-  Washington, October S.���������There is  much indignation here over the refusal 'of England to participate in  the sealing conference with Russia  and Japan included. A note is  in course of preparation at the State  liepartmen which will deprecate the  withdrawal of Great' Britain tit such  an hour.  I3R. JAMESON'S PLANK  London, October S.���������A dispatch to  the Daily AIii.il from Capetown says:  Dr. Jameson, the hero of the Transvaal raids, will seek a seat in the.Cape  Assembly at the next general election.  The chief plank in his platform will be  "The Federation of South Africa."  ..   JlOUE  HUSH I'lRlSS  Chicago, October S.���������News litis been  received here that marsh mid forest  fires are burning and rapidly spreading in Indiana and Michigan.  'Frisco Mint Will   Resume Coinage of  White Dollars  San Fkancisco, October 5.���������The  mint in this city will resume tho coinage of silver dollars in accordance with  instructions iceeivcd from .Washington.  Sir William Van Homo is coming  west on his annual tour of  inspection. lie        is      accompani  ed by IS. S. Clou-ton, general manager  ol the Bank of .Montreal, It. 13. Angus  and James Rsss.  THE "FROGMORE."  the .'-UiiPTirnu-i r: r. is. dinino car.  An imnosing reception wa������ cjriven  Premier Laurier'in Toronto on Tuesday.  Sixty villages have been swept away  by floods in China and SO.C'J'J people  had to flee: for their lives.  ~A Brandon man is .���������'preparing to  drive IM) he-ad of cattle and 000 hordes  to the "fukon.  Thcodoro Durrani, the San Francisco girl slayer, is still unhung, owing  to le.*gal quibbling.  Mr. Tarto hits let the contract for  nutting a new roof tin the Western  Department, at Ottawa. Ol course it  gocis to'a Quebec firm.  ft is now proposed to roach the  Yukon by mi'an.s of a now langlctl  train that travels on gigantic bobsleighs and works its way over the  snow by means of a, toothed cylinder.  Ouej of these! trains is m actual operation in the pine'-'vyooels ol Michigan.  About (���������.('TO.OOO bushels of grain have  been marketed by the farmer-* of Manitoba this year. Between :i.~00,I.KK)  and ���������1,0'.,'',"':) bushels of .wheat.' arc  st.orejil in interior elevators*:, nearly I.-  2.~(),C".'_') are in this Fort William t'lejva-  t.'irs and an equal quantity has bet-n  shipptel east. About. 170,000 bushels  were dt-livereel tin Monday, the prevailing price being about 70c.  The latest addition to the rolling  stock of the C. P. K. is a splendid dining ear. the: ���������'Frugiiior","' to be used on  the transcontinental route, made and.  fitted np entirely at the company's  own works in the e-.-ustoiind. The c;ar  is fitted up in -the, finest- mahogany,  tind will seat twenty-nine passengers  at the* tables, which are arranged so as  to give the notion of comfort and ease,  the idea being to cheat the imagination into tin* belief lhat instead of dining on a train lushing through space  acres a continent at the rate of tifty  miles an hour, one-i< sitting in a, cosy  dining-room with friends, enjoying a  cuisine to tbe- ti>i?; anel predilection.  "Aunt Dinah" wa*. a nonDarcil e-onk,  but her kitchen was an abomination;  and it is a charge* ir.*quently brought  against cooks in general that while  they mav have skill in manipulation  and creation, they do their work in an  environment whi'rh dare no}, be shown  to tho������t_* who enjoy the viands placed  before them. Th" kitchen' of tne  j "Frngrnore,'* on the contrary, woulel  delight the inr.nt fastidious housekeeper, ft c-anne.t bo c*alied roomy.  but every inch of -pace is a.-? clt'an as a  new pin. whil'i- the- range1, cunningly  set so as to ii,.ik.: Hie utmost of the  space: at disDOsal, shines and glitters  again. Tito lockt.i- is a Iittl" gem,  while the refrigerator i~ arr.angejtl in a  series of small shelves which pe!!-rnii������  of each vc-ss'-l containing food receiving its'hare of coolness. Then then-,  is the storeroom, and the: linen room,  and the pantry, where: the; nuist lirau-  ti.ful delft ware is displayed. The n.-tp-  ery is like tho driven snow; the: tables  are ;adorned with plants nnel flowers;  while the rnirors and the decorations  of tin* ce-iliiig heighten the illusion  that the ..dining-room is home. The  "Fi-ngnioic" in its construction, '.appointments anil luxurious decoration  tinel embellishment., re-Meets cretlit.-ilike  upon I he. progressi v������ spirit of the: company and lhe skill of the v.e.ikrnon,  who have- turned nut a dining-car second tn none! on thin c-on!"'icrit���������Montreal Witness, Sept. .1.5, 18!)7.  JULIAN HAWTHORNE   ON INDIA  The Cosmopolitan" magazine sent  Mr. Julian Hawthorne to India so ascertain the fact* in regard to British  rule, and to report on the condition of  the natives. Upon the publication of  Mr. Hawthorne's lirst article. :, the  editor of the magazine indulged in a  most abusive tirade against Kngland,  holding the British responsible for the  horrors of the English famine, and  drawing most uncomplimentary conclusions froin the fact that the British  people spent niillions.ypn tlie . jubilee  festivities while: their Indian fellow  subjects were dying from a lack of  food.  The article excited much indignation and many reolies were made to* it  The most conclusive answer, however,  appears in the columns of the Cosmo-  pojitan itself. Mr. Hawthorneconcltid-  es in the October number liis series of  letters by bearing testimony to the  value of British rule in India, tind to  the heroic and uhsellish work that has  been done by British officials and civilians in combatting the famine and the  plague. Mr. Hawthorne appears to  have written this last letter for the especial purpose of answering every one  of his editor's charges against the English. Referring to the sums paid for  seats on the line of the jubilee procession he says that much of this money  was paid by wealthy Americans, und  he further.says that the poopleof the  United States cannot afford to criticize English title in India so long as  there remain blemishes on the administration by the States of tho affairs of  their Indian wards.  The most interesting feature of Mr.  Hawthorne's article, to British readers  lies'in the fjcneral defence "'which he  makes of British rule. No other nation, he says, could have "accomplished  the work that England has done.  Providence seems to have delegated to  the British people the mission of giving law-.'ind-oreler and Christianity to  the millions of India, and What failure  there has been is due to the failure of  the Brit'sh peoplo to be themselves a  Christian nation. It will be a surprise  to many pe;ople to find so friendly a  ci-itic of the British as Mr.'.Hawthorne'  denying that they are a Christian nation. To Christianity he looks as the  one thing that can lift India out of  darkness-, and he says, with evident  sorrow, that missionary effort''is not  as vigorous or as effective as it was  some years ago. Such a statement  corning from an intelligent and observant layman, should do much to  stir up among our church people renewed interest in the great mission  field of India.     '"  James A. Smart, deputy Minister of  Interior, is visiting Brandon.  .Manager Whyle*. of the C.P.R.  speaking of the bush fiies along the  line, Hay that his company's direct  loss would not atiieiunt to a great deal,  it cons-iiting only of ISngot st it,ion, a  lew empty box cars, railroad ties and  'telegraph poles and wires. The real  io'sto the company, though indirect,  is considerable and of course cannot  he estimated- This loss is caused by  the stoppinp of all trains, freight and  locals, on Saturday nightand the non-  t.raii.smit.tanre of messages, etc. over  the company's wires. Mr. Whyte  thought, it best under the circumstances to stop these trains '���������rather than  run the risk of losing the life or limb  of anyone trying to take anything  1 through that night. 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The Appiihii'liliiii Mouiilnin Club of  I.e.sloii is looking forward with grntit  interest in tin- cumin;: or I'litic l.r.Ui  ol' Italy, mid Ik prciittiint,' the ou 1 ftt I'or  llie trip of li's party in Mount St. Kiiius,  lltf Kiniit of the A lusk.-iii be.a-dt.-i-. This  ���������uinniit of the mountain litis never '.ii'eii  re'tie-he-tl Iiy mini, tuul ir tlio l.'i'iiii-f sue-  cct'els in sc-nlin-,' its topineisi pt'iik it will  lie a Kt't'tit tiilelitiein le> his laurels lis  un Alpine climber. I'rtif. Fay of the  AppiiliiL-liiiuiM litis been 1'iiniWiiii.r infor-  ltiiiliein to tlie* Prince* in recti nl 1.1 llie  nioiinliiiii nml tin* eli-solnte re'-jioii in  ivliieh It lies. lYini'i' Lui-ii. whose- C'lll  11:11110 is Luici Aniinli'ri of Savoy, link'!  eif Abruzzi, is tt unpliow of Kin'; Humbert. Ho wns in Iloslon ,-i' few iiinnlli.e  n(.*o tis one.' of the- ulllcers of an liiilitin  war vessel. Viltorie* Sclln. wliei litis a  {Treat rcpiitatiiin ns 11 nnniiitiiiii photo-  Kniplier. nnel also eiiini's e>r ti noble; fiiin-  ily, will he tin' pi-iin.-iptil cnmi'iiiiit'ii ot  the l't'iiice-. tind will eiiileavcur '.> carry  lo tlie summit ti c*uiiicrn tlmt litis tl  lO.vTJ pinto. ' llf once scnleil tlie poik  of FlbniK.'. HOOD I'i't'l liiglier llitui M-mt  Itliuic*'.' ' St-vi-nil either well-known 1ml-  inns will lie members of tin* party, whicli  will nlsu incliiili- live pt-iilexsiiiiial -initios  tuul 11 roliime of iiortor-., twenty-live nidi,  in nil. It will ho the best cipiii.iK'ii e*������-  ploring expeililiou thtit has ever eiiion.'-l  the*  dieitrict. ���������  Ele-von years, ago Uie* first expcelilioa  to the- region was font out Iiy tt ."Tew  York liL'wspnpoi-, -which c'iiiiip|:fi_l hell-  vvtitkii nntl Settin-I-Cnrr for the trip. A  height of 7200 feel wtis renc-lii-tl. tens  1I11111;linir the iictiuil height of tlie*. 11101m-.  tiiin,''iinil this on foothills whie:li have'  since been -ciilletl the Kai-i* hills. tn  "SSS Topliim nml a lew friends made .111  exploration in the ri'j-'inn. In IS'.)" the  National- GcoKraphical Society ol' Wash-  injilon, in co-operation with the I'ovoru-  niont, sent out l'luf. Israel (',. Ittts-  soll. This inierpid explorer and liis companion remained ihiny-live days nhovo  the snow lino, ami at one time Russell  wtis for ti number of days alone at '.he  highest cam)), where ho was covered vvitn  no ureal a fall of snow that ho was com-  pe'llotl to tunnel his way our. Two year"  later ltus_-cll ltinde a second trip will!  tin* Governnieiit's ttitl ami nUniiioil n  hcisht of abmti 12.0UO foet. It will ho  soon that between the hi-iltest point at*  tained nnd the summit there lies an important climb, which the mountaineers  of the world have nut lost sight of. The  Government is about 10 slmiiI anothe*r  expedition to Mount  St. Klins.  The peak was lirst scon by Boring in  J741. ami received its name at thnt time.  The latest estimate e*f its height i<= !>>,-  000 feet, which make's it. the highest  .mountain 011 ihe c-niitiiient. From St,  Klins- ihero extends to the shore tho  irn*.'it Mnls.iptna glacier, u level ice lieM  larger than tin* Slat'.' of Delaware, tin."  motioii-of which is so slow that the moraines have become covered with forests  of troe-s. " .   -  The Italian c.vpeVtiiion will leave* Postern in tin- latter pan of Hay and will  make the slurt froin Scuttle; 011 .June lo.  We now beg* to call the attention of the Public to our New Lines just received  o  in   the   following"   articles :  DRY GOODS���������Comprising* the latest designs in  Dress Goods, Cashmeres, Flanellettes, Laces,  Ribbons, Embroideries, etc., etc., imported  direct from Scotland.  BOOTS AND SHOES-Larg-e shipment of Fine  Boots and Shoes from best Canadian makers,  GENTS' FURNISHINGS-The stock in this de"  partment is most complete. _ Shirts, .Ties,  Collars, Socks, Hats, Ready Made Clothing,  etc. in great variety.  HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS-  Parties furnishing are invited to inspect our  Stock of Stoves and Heaters, including the new  Air Tight Heater, Granite Ware, Cutlery, Silver  Ware and Crockery. Carpets, 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.  oWe lead in Tea and Coffee.   v':  Agente :  RAM LAL'S TEA  C. B. HUME & COMPANY  Agents :  Victoria Powder Co.  RELIEF FOR THE YUKON  ���������- ' ' A "..Ve-'.^i.r" lV.-lttlt.  ; St. StiUheris Sewinsr Circle (connect-  ed with that fashionable Toronto  church).  Maud  (entering)���������Why,  how elo you  do Edith ?     I see I am about last.  .   Edith���������1'es, every member is here excepting-   .Mrs." Hauton,     and    nobody  wants lier.  ..Maud���������Oh, that woman makes nie  tired. She is always scheming to  .pt'.sh her plain looking daughters to the  front, and making ill-natured remarks  * about her dearest friends.  Edith���������Ye.=.   and   the   questions    she  ' asks !'��������� She wanted to know how much  our  Inst   dinner  party   cost,   and   how  much mother paid for lier now cloak.  Maud���������Oh. tha~"s nothing '. she asked me so many unpleasant questions  that I told the Governor, and lie wanted to know what nerve food she wised.  (Enter Mrs. Hauton.)  Edith���������Why, my dear Mrs. Hauton,  we were just saying the Circle was not  complete without you ; how are your  charming daughters ?  Maud���������Yes,- it- is really quite slow  without you.  ��������� Mrs. Hauton���������Well, girls, I have  some news for you. Ed. Crane has  Jilted Fanny Flowers, and she has gone  to her sister in Montreal, and the 15il-  .stons have lost a heap of money, and  have to give up their carriage. ~ "-  Edith���������Oh, that's too bad ; but dl"  you hear, that Harry Jones was en-  .fiiged to a Hamilton girl '!  Mrs. Hauton (who once hoped to secure H. J. for a son-in-law)���������Nobody  cares whether Harry Jones is engaged  or.not, except to pity the girl.  Edith���������How did you enjoy Osgoode,  Mrs. Hauton ; 1 saw you there with the  "lenzies under your wing?  Mrs. Hauton���������Yes, dear, I was  obliged to trot them round as I came  in their carriage.  Maud���������Oh, I see ; you    coach   them  and they carriage you.  Edith���������I went with my broth _r Tom,  -.' bit- saw little of him.  ''-Maud���������I   saw lilm   dancing .with a  ���������plain-looking woman, dressed veiy decollete.     * . '   .    -  Mrs. Hauton���������That was Mrs. Mop's';  quite passee, but thinks she has a fine  11 cc':.  Edith���������Just what Tom said ; It was  neck or nothing with her.  Maud���������Oh, here's the rector going to  close tho shop.  Rector���������My dear sisters, I am- sure  you will go home feeling that you have  passed a more profitable and satisfactory afternoon than if engaged in some  wcrldly and frivolous amusement. You  will reap a spiritual benefit as the  heathen will a material benc-ilt from  ycur self-sacrificing labors to-day. Let  us  pray.  She���������Thoy say that the ones who  realiy appreciate the actors arc those in  tho toil gallery. He���������I shouldn't wonder.  You see, they nre high enough to bl*c  over the hats���������Yonkers  Statesman.  "Buy a tandem? What on earth elo'1  ire want of a. tandem, Marin?" "Why.  I am sure. John, we ooiild do a part of  onr moving with it next Saturday and  stive money."���������Chicago Tribune.  Husband���������What do you want with  that thing? Yim'li-never have any use  for it in the- world. Wife���������But just think,  it wns marked down from a dollar ten  to ninety-seven rents.���������Cleveland Louder.  "I understand yon linve* joined the?  literary lirotlii'i'lii.oel." "Ye's," rcplie-il  LovpIiht. "I nin now writing for n" Urine." And he dashed olT nnnllicr lir-ij.  ping lelte-r tn his father.���������rhilatli.'IpliU  North   American.  "Tlit*y always talk 11 bun' tin* seven  ngrs of iiiiin," said tin* Curious Ono.  "Why not the- (-even :ig.-s .if *vti_iiitn'���������''  "r.i-e-auso. my he.y." re-plk-" (he Knowing One*, "on.* is <?ii<>iikIi -for thorn."���������  Cincinnati  Tribune.  Taken From Tho Calgary Herald.  .Ml!. Editoiii-Now that it is known  for certain that starvation will exist  in the Yukon, stops should be taken  immediately, by the-government, to  send in provisions and extra blankets  and clothing, and this can only bt-idone  by Canada's overland route���������and in  the following manner���������make Lake  Francis the basis of supplies, and send  in word via the monthly dog mail service from the coast to. Dawson city,  that provisions etc., will be forwarded  to Lake Francis, wliich tire for sale,  but only in small lots; and' have some  policemen, who know the most ,of the  miners by sight, to see that the same  man does not get served twice, anel  thus get ahead of others who have received none. No doubt the expense  and hardships will be serious to get  these supplies from Edmonton to Lake  Francis. ���������-Perhaps the supplies could  be forwarded even closer to the  Yukon, but in the meantime it is better to get'them to the ' lake, so as to  make sure of being within a reasonable distance for clog trains to come  out anrl get then*.  How are the supplies  to   be   got to  ���������Lake Francis from   Edmonton'*''   The  answer is via ruins of Fort Assiniboine,  Lesser'Slave lake. Peace river landing,  Liard river and on  to Francis lake,  using nothing but Indian ponies (which  are-nlways accustomed to pawing their  own grub all through the: most severe  winters)  and   the ordinary jumpers,  which will carry from   50'J   to   GO*) lbs  each.   The disttince   from Edmonton  to Lake Francis is just about tlio same  as from Edmonton to  Winnipeg, and  tbe climate all the way if anything is  milder aud better and no more   snow.  Of course qiiite a number of the jnmp-  crswiUTnrv7rto"lreMo������l^lTvitlrfiotliin"g  ���������but oats and baled buy so   as to  feed  the ponies'where actually necessary,  as this undertaking must bo no fool's  errand.   The whole oullit   of   freighters    must   be   under     the     orders,  and obey them, of one competent head  who will have to  have   assistants to  see that everything is done as directed  Each freighter must carry a good axe  so as to use ic where necessary.   On  arriving at Lake Francis the whole of  the piovisions, e!cc., sheiiild be handed  over to the N. W.  M.  police for sale  and distribution on  the government's  account.   .The whole   undertaking is  ejnite a heavy-one,.but can be carried  through if properly organized without  delay, so that it can get under way the  lirst sleighing we have and the rivers  and wet places frozen over.    Ic will re  quire about 1,500*.jumpers, so ys to include  fodder and provisions for ��������� the  'return journey of the freighters and  possibly that of many disgusted Yu-  konites.   The Hudson's Bay Company  would, of course, be the best firm to  undert'ike   tlie   thing, but   there are  other good enterprising firms who no  doubt can bo got in the Edmonton district to undertake it in company with  one another, if the government act in  a business-like way and  not hamper  them with official ied tapisni.  "Owing to there being no road (but  one can easily be opened) for a large  part of the way, the,, writer thinks it  would take at least three months travelling to reach Lake Francis, so that  there is no time for delay or hesitation, and the government must come  to the rescue of the unfortunate peo  pie whose lives are . now ��������� in jeopardy,  possibly through their own foolishness  and perhaps not so. Dog tiains from  tho coast cannot possibly run in sufli-  cicnt supplies, even if they had thousands of them to do so, ami Edmonton  is the onlv natural supply point from  which relief can be obtained.  The conumdruin now is: Arc these  peoplo to be allowed to die, or will relief be sent them over the only feasible loute that large quantities'of supplies can be rushed through all the  winter and spring. ,  F. Fit.vsKii Tut--. M. L. A.l>  Fort Saskatchewan, Sept. 'ill. ,  Julea~r'crrt*.-  -Rxccpt when he brings out cue of Ms  mnrvnlnns books'we hear little of M.  Jules Verne*, but the fact is that- he is  le>:idiiiK a-very quiet life at-A miens. Al-  ���������Vio'.igh GS years ot ace and wearing the  M.penf.irice of a. retired general, ho is  I'iril- of energy and ns hard-working tts  v������ yoro. TTo is now busy in the exocu-  finn of liis plan for publishing a sorios  !>f stories bearing on different countri-.-'i.  Dr-fnri* lieginning a-particular work JI.  I tiles Ye-riio rends" up n number of gO')-  iraphioal,- liislovieal and " other books  'renting of- that ntirt of the worlel, anej  is ho gnr-s,,-.:'.. tho plot gradually gor-  In'tn.ites in'his mind. TTo is, indeed, tin  tietiiv and -laborious toiler. lie rise*"  rogitl-iilv at. 4 n'e-lnck ill the ninrnittg  iml writes 'steadily until lleion. IIo re-  tiros io. -"st'nt 0, otc-ept on two ev"ii-  ings in tlio wrwk. when he accompanies  '������������������s'wife-to the flrntirt Theatre, ditiina  ��������� tK*f"re> nt n ' re?In 11 ������������������tint opposite tho  miUdine-. Tliis'is his great treat, and  he,is- f,.*nd of roiii-tiking that on Hk-k-.'  oppnsion** ho an.! li!? wife enjoy tlicm-  selvos, jn?T -i"* if I hoy. were. ,i yniin*  -*������u;i_e on, tlte.r-liniij..-i*ioon. .As a ttial-  ;������;r nl'.'rnri-.. M. *niuf Mmr. Jules Verne  ^avo j,ni lico.11 ilf"!" P.-tris r^r the hisf  .i*-'rM* years., nnel Iinel-Hint Ihoir ltf,* nf  /mions: stiils thoir. perfectly.- -r.oii.?a.'i  Tei._T.':ph.  The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines  Tbe PioFieep  Stores  ���������      '   ,���������.of Ferguson  .. ' and Ten Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods;  .  Everything to lie"��������� found in" a general store.  Post Ollice in connections.  Win. I'onton, teller of the Dominion  Bank lit Napanee,has been arrested on  a charge of complicity in the robbery  of the Nnpanec branch of tho bank on  August ���������30th last, when .~:������,GC~ were  stolen. The accused is a ���������! native of  Belleville and belongs to a well known  family.  Forty more'eases of yellow fever are  reported'in Scranton, Miss.'  Barney Barnalo, the suicide millionaire, left a fortune of $-1,810,327.  Rev. Father Saucier, general superintendent of the Oblate order, died recently in France. *  There, are already a dozen applications forthe Senatorship about to be  vacated by Sir Oliver Mowat.  XV. II. Cashing is ou a business trip  in-theinining townsr*"Hb~vvill~gb~as-  fnr as Sandon and Slocan Citv-.  Ij. A.Ctitellier, late Under Secretary  of State, is dead. He entered the civil  service inTSSO and retired last year.  Ex-Alderman Hutchings, of. Winni  peg, will probably be again a caneli-  dato for .the mayoralty of that city.  Charles It. Devlin, formerly membir  for Ottawa and recently immigration  agent to Ireland, has resigned liis position and is returning home.  The Ogilvie Milling Co. has donated  a car load of flour and feed for the relief of the sufferers from the recent  disastrous fires in Manitoba.  George Lawrence, a well-known  musician and respected citizen of,  Guelph, shot himself on Sunday last.  No cause is known for the act.  u  Application will be made to Parliament at its next session for an act to  incorporate a company witn power to  construct a railroad from Douglas  channel via Teslin lake to the Clondike  district.  John Gubbin's race horse. .Galtee  More, has succeeded in securing the  '..triple crown," having won the two  thousand guineas, the Derby and the  St. Leger. This is the first time that  an Irish horse has succeeded in capturing all three events.  The fame of Clondike has given  birth to many schemes, more or less  feasible. Among these ' plans none  seems worthier of success than the one  evolved by Charles E. Peabody, manage! of the Washington and Alaska  Steamship company. He will send  north on the.bark Colorado 425 head  of hogs and cattle with sleds, saddles,  and wagons. They will be driven over  Dalton trail to Fort Selkirk in charge  of a party of fifty packers.  The "Quebec College of Physicians  and Surgeons nt their recent meeting  in Quebec adopted a new tariff of fees  and passed a resolution prohibiting  members of the college from holding  the position of lodge doctor to any  society where a stipulated amount is  paid annually or attendance on families of members is secured at contract  prices less than the fees prescribed by  the tariff, and excluding from membership in the college or practice in  the province physicians who aceept  such positions, u ..:  At our TEN-MILE BRANCH "tore  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  end all Miners' and Prospectors' Supplies arc  _^ kept on hand    BJJTflO&CO.  General  JWepel.ants.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted, etc.  -������^----fc=-FER,eUS0-Nr-B--C,  The  Centre   of   the   Lardeau   Mines.  Be Sure and register at the  BJIUMORJIL HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  Tho table is provided with the best  tho market ull'ords.     Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  When You Reach  Thomson's Landing  ��������� OO TO THK ���������  PROSPEOTOR'S  EXOHJI.NGE. .  Best meals in the Lardeau.   Stage and  Livery in connection.  T. "W. GRAHAME,   PROPRIETOR.  ROUT LAKE CITY HOTEL...  Mrs. A. E. Jowett, Proprietress,  Trout Lake City, B. C.  Tins Hotel has .just beeu enlarged and refitted, newly furnished throughout, making it the  Best Hotel in the City. The table  is one of tin*, best supplied in tho  Lardeau. The bar contains every  thing to make you happy.  HEVELSTOKE  IRONWORKS.,  Blacli9mithinar������ Jobbing:  Plumbing. Pipe Fittine;  Tinsmithins >  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg, Work a Specialty���������-as-.  ROBT.GORDOW  Revelstoke Stn.  Wholesale dealeis in  owns Go  iqes, Spirits and Cigars.  Agents for K. W.' Karn Co.'s-Pianos, and the Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Bevclatoko.  Preaching services ut 11 a.m. nnd 7:30  p.m. Class meeting at the close ot the  morning service, tabbath School and Bible  Oltias at; 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited.   Soots tree.  1U*V. J. A. WOOD- Paitor.  PHURCH OF ENGLAND-St. Peter's,  ������-' Rovelstoko. Hours oC service: Evening  prayer daily at 5 o'clock. Fridays at 7:30.  Sundays anel Festivals: Holy Communion at 8  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  and Bible Class at *_l:30, evobing prayc-r at 7:30.  First Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  at morning services.   FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������Rcyelstokc.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Btb'o Cliss a't 2:30 p.m., to which  ull aro welcome. Prayer, meeting at S p.m,  every Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR, Poster.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Revelstoke.    "Ieiss  fourth   Sunday in  month  at 10:30 a.m,  ^-=-^^ ^REV.-FjVTHER-PEYTA VIN   flerchant's Hotel  IHecille-vaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation;  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  i ���������  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  MITCHELL   &   CO.  INSURANCE   AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  -      MINING   BROKERS.  Calgary, Alberta  The   largest hotel   in  town.        Centrally    located  '  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and Cigars  Best    accommodation. Kates    SI     per    day.  -StrHLeon���������Hot5- Springsr^on-Upper���������Arrow~Eak~e"r*"  iun in connexion.  Sam Needham  Glothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Pricoa.  Douglas Street ��������� Revklstoke  E^evelstoKe Hospital  Maternity ltoom in connection.  "    Vaccine   kept    011   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  Wendell Maclean  "Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist Oalgary  Mail Ordors Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf    If You -Have a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow, write ot once to  e-J.7I.MES   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine Brokers.,    Mining Stocks  No. 0 Mill St., belween Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  Brown & Clark, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  For Youp  .House Cleaning  Send for satnples*of our Wall  Paper. Prices from 10c, 12'c,  1.jc up to 50c a roll. Mail  orders carefully attended to  Linton Brothers  Calgary, Alberta  W. G. BIRNEY  Painter  Signs and Pa er Hanging:  A Specialty.  Address caro of Union Hold  .   Revelstoko  L JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial B ink.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ���������in      Terms Cosh  F. McCarty  Wholesale and  Retail  Butcher  Dealep In:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving aud Draught Horses.  Any one Eequiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming  Thau you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  Di?ay  ifi_rtKSPc"ialty  X1-*y-Uata Prices  LiEE & RTKIfiSOU  Builders and Dealers in  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,-  Heavy Cartage Wagons,  Etc., Etc. ,  Second hand Buggies,  etc. always  on hand  Write us for prices and particulars.  Wc can build you a rig   to order  they can't be beat.  CHUGH-f-Y.  AI*BHZ?T.H.  C. B. JWacleaii  ARCHITECT,  Revelstoke Station  -   B. C  and BUILDER  .Estimates furnished. Flans and specification!! m������de. Am also prepared to do  shop and 30b work on tho shortest  notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ia  . every case.   Oall or write for terms.  Main Street  ���������     ��������� Revelstoke  _���������_____" uam  HoilKUTS  What Others are Reading  You -Should Read-^  The Christian  By H.w.i. Oaink  Equality  By Kijv.-.mu; Bki.i.amy  Maurice Q  By .Moiii.i'y  Scarlet and  Steel  By li. Xj. PiiiiscoTT  Massarenes  By Ouioa  Salted with  Fire  By* Gko. McDonaio  The above are lhe books of the hour,  and their popularity i.s shewn by  the large number sold.  is visiting  ;     Miss Coiien.of Vancouver  I at her sister's, Mrs, Jell's.  I     Smith .t Clark  nre   opening   up   a  1 ciii'iii'iitcr's shoo on "nd street opposite  Dr. Mc-Kec-knie's ollice.  Mr. A. (J. M. Spritgge.  Ton Sale at  panada. Drug &  "^    '    Book Co., Ltd.  Chas. R. Macdonau*, Manager.  Revelstoke  Station, B.C.  Sunday  evenin  iiiorr.iug  went east on  returning   Monday  Cariboo are beginning lo make their  appi'iii'iiiicc on llie lints'of the Coluni-  btti aoiil.h of Itevelstoke.  Messrs. Mc-lli'tiii and MrPhi'r.ioii are  I'liiiiiing a I unci on lhe Klondike claim  on l..'ifeii'iiie.C!i-ei'li for Mr. XV. V. Crage.  Another party froin California  boiintl for l,ht> Viikon went tlirougb  lhis morning to Calgary in lake tbe  ICiliniuilon overland reuilc.  At the Presbyterian church last  evening eiverlll'ty iin-inbi-i-.sttiul I'lientls  of the- e-ongieg.iVion gathered in the  church lo welf-onic .Mrs. Muir. the wife  of l.be pastor, Rev. P. 11. .Muir, who  arrived in town this week to join her  husband. Tint church w.-is most  beautifully and lii'i-nuiiiigly decorated.  An excellent progi-mnmi! was rciulered  consisting of in'irti'iifiiL.-il music by  Mrs. Melvill, Mrs. Ijiuvi-c-iit-e tuitl Mr.  lMelvill, solos by Mrs. Dent and Mr. S.  Saunders, duet by Mrs. Dent and Mr.  Melvill, recitations by Mrs. Martin,  Mrs. Hutchison nntl Mr. Dawson, an  address by l lit* Rev. J. A. Wood. The  chairman* Mr. Dawson in nt neat little  speech wclt'ouii'il the guest of the  evening among them, which was most  heartily cntli-.ist.'il by all present. The  ladies of the Pri'sby'leriiin church, under whose charge last evening's jt-nter-  liiinmeiit was given, are to be* c-ongiti-  ulated. The program me rendered was  of high merit, and every number well  received. Supper was served about  10:.*0.  LOCAL AHD  GENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  'and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  W. Or. Kerr is opening up a restaur-  -aut at the City Bakery, Front St.  * 10 tons of cabbage for sale ' this  month at 1 cent per lb.   R. Tapping.  Mrs. F. Robinson and sou left on  "Monday afternoon for the Hot, Springs.  Gold Commissioner Graham left on  ���������Monday on a trip to Spokane to take  in the fair.  Sir W. Van Home was in Winnipeg  on Saturday on his way west for his  annual tour of inspection.  The Australian Variety & Concert  Co. will give an entertainment in  Revelstoke on the 2nd and 3rd Nov.  The mining record oflice at Trout  Lake is completed tind Mr. Viekers has  been occupying it since the first of the  uionih.       " ���������>  The members of the vestry of St.  Peter's church met the Bishop of New  'Westminister in Rev. F. A. Ford's  lodgings last night.  Dollar wheat sounds very nice, but  ?is a mailer of colli fact the price of  wheat, in Manitoba is about the same  as it was last year.  Mr. Chas. Green of the Hotel Lardeau, Comaplix, was in town on Monday on his road to pay a visit to his  father, Mr. A. A. Green, io Victoria.  The Bishop of New Westminster  ���������arrived on Monday from the east and  spent a couple of days with Rev. F. A.  Foul. He leaves this afternoon for  the west.  A"party of fourteen residents of LeOS  Angeles went through on  Monday  en  route for the Yukon' by the Edmonton  ���������overland-route.���������-They���������will_outtit_-iii_.  Calgary.  Mr. C. R. Carlyon has moved his  office from the front floor over O. B.  Hume -fc Co.*s store. Front St., to the  office' formerly occupied as a" post-  office and recently as a residence by  the Messrs. Maclean.  The m-n.igemenb of the Windsor  Hotel. Troiit*Lnke* City, will open their  house with a grand ball on Oct. loth.  Free conveyances will be provided to  ^���������onvev guests from Thomson's Landing to'Tront Like on that date, returning the next day.  The Hekald learns from Messrs-.  Haig & Craire that the block belonging to Mr. Farwell-between the Mara  ,-ind Smelter townsites will most likely  b... placed on the market shortly. This  block contains some of the best residential property in town anel could  have been sold out over anel over  :again if it had been open to purchase.  r_rlf you want to know the place of  residence, initials or occupation of any  WRECKED  Mrs. Harkley, the wife of Capt. Harkley,  Well-known Lake Captain of Owen  Sound, Ont., Tells how La Grippe left  Her, and How Often Doctors gave up  Hope and Her Family and Friends Despaired of Her Recovery��������� l he Great  South American Nervine was the  Beacon which Directed Her Into the  Good Health Harbor.  "jUjoitt four years aj:o 1 wa-s afllictcel with a  severe utttit-k of lit grippe, u-hieh lelt nie almost a t'.oinplete wreck. I wns prostrated for  weeks. I eiocttirotl witit several physii-ians anel  used many remeelies, but none hint any lasting  effect. My friends began to be alarmed for niy  recovery. The doctors shook their heads, and  held out little hope. I was attrnctetl by an  iitlv-ertisement of South American Xervine,  anti as mv trouble was of a nervous nature I  decided to try it. The first bottle helped mc  Kreatly. I persistcel in its use nnel this great  remedy lias completely built np my system,  and I positively declare that it is the only  remedy lhat cave nie any relief." Sold by Canada Drug and llook Co.  WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLDg  Is the Testimony ci Frank S. Emerick of  Alvinsto'i, Ont.���������Says South American  Kidney Cure Saved  His Life���������It Re-  , lieves in Six Hours  "I-"or two years I was greatly troubled with  kidnev eliscase, 1 suffered intense pain, anei  frequently was tumble tei work. 1 doctored nt  intervals, but gut Utile or no relief. 1 began to  grow worse, anel the pains were frcciucut anel  intense. .Ibout this time 1 saw South jVmt'.ri-  can Kidnev Cure atlyertised as a specely relief  for all kidney trembles. I purchased a bottle,  anel it gave me v.-ontleriul relief in a few hours.  1 improved steadily, and after taking tour  bottler- 1 ant t-tunpletely curoel. I consieler it  worth iis weight iu golel, for it nssurceily saved  my life."   Sold by Canada Drug and Uook. Co.  Revelstoke.  Wood Working Factory  1'II'I'Y it WKIlillT, I'lieii'itii'TOiis.  ���������i������  Window and Door Frames  made to order.  Store and Office Fixtures.  All Kinds of Sashes and  Doors in stock. Odd  Sizes made to order.  Tiik 1!. T.u'i't.vr.   lieu tiiNii���������Orr thk  I.c.miii:i:  Y.vitn,  Revelstoke Station, B C.  a  At WINDSOR r.OTEL  Trout Lake City  Friday, October 15th.  The iiiatiagenieiil ol the Windsor Hotel,  Treitu Lake Clly, will open their hotel to the  travelling public 011 J-'rieliiy next, Oct, 1.1th,  when a grand ball will be given ni tlie hotel.  I-"ree carriages for the accoiniiiciiliiiion of  parties wishing to attetttl lhe ball will leave  Thomson's Landing on I-'rielay next rejltirtiiug  again on yattirtiay.  The music will he furnished by 1'rof. El  I'asoof Revelstoke.  McLennan, Black &Co.,  I'roprieteirs.  MRS. R. L2ANG,  DRESSMAKER,  Smelter St., Revelstoke Station.  Your "Valuable  Order  for all Kinds of Light Transfer  and Carting will be attended to  by     :::::::     :  Robt.  Fleming.  The elclivery eif parcels tn an*! front trains anei  tei nny part e>f town will receive  2Siiutf my direful intention.  \  BENJ. HILL,  THOMSON'S LANDING, FERGUSON,  8-MiLE, 10-MILE  Contractor for Lilloet, Fraser River &  Cariboo Goltl Fields. Ltd. Freight  team leaves Thomson's Landing  daily for above points. Pack  trains and saddle horses always 011  hand at Thompson's Landing and  Ferguson. 13otf  Herchant Tailor,  litis just received the' first consignment of bis new slock, and has  more on the* way. lie is now in a,  position 10 supply till orders for  e-lothiitg. Latest styles and best  finish.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  The largest and choicest stock  of Tomatoes, Grapes, Peaches.  Pt*,-irs, Watermelons, Squashes.  Plums, Apples, etc., in Revel-  ,stoke is tit  Hutchison & Co.,  Front Street West.  Lowest Prices ever tiuoled iu town.  Wc have a good supply of  And Lumber  Cut Prices for Spot Cash.  Call and See us    , .  We Can Fix You   REVELSTOKH SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  WILL CARRY THE SCARS TO  HER GRAVE  Spent Thousands lor Health, but did not  - Obtain this  Greatest of all  Blessings  Until She Used the Great South American Rheumatic Cure Suffered  Intensely for 12 Years.  Mrs. 1-". lin-.-.vley oi Tottenham. Out., states:  "I suffered nliiio.-i continually for l'J years with  rheumatism, llie effect* of wlTit-li I will carry  to mv grave, and while tlie joints at my elbows  nntl wrists are yet stiff I am entirely freeel from  pain in tlie use of South American Khetimatie:  e;ure. It lints indeed proved 11 wonderful cure  in my case. I have spent thousanels of tlollars  iu deictor.-* hills and medicines without avail,  l-'ive bejttlcs of Hits woneier-worker has cnrotl  all pain. 1 nni better in health generally tlu������n  I have been tor ten years." Solel "by tlie Cana-la  Drug and llook Co.  AN INSURANCE MAN'S STORY  .J._J._Hanrat_ty_,_Inspector for thaJStandard  Life Assurance  Co.  ^"Peterb~o"roI:-gli7  Cured of Muscular Rheumatism by the  Great South American Rheumatic Cure  ���������It Turns the Midnight of Suffering  Into    Midday    Brightness    of    Good  Health���������These are His Words.  I was a great sufferer from muscular rheumatism in mv arm; so much so that fe)r elays at  a time I eoulel not-_.le.vp.   I walked the floor in  pain the greater part of tin*, nieht.   I proenred  a bottle nl South American Khiiuniaiit: Cure  anel tound great relief after a few elopes.   It's a  sure cure, ati.-l I l-.L-trtily n".ominenil it.  IM ^OtJMT-i if ���������������>  m������  S3i  *****  FOR  COAL OH  WOOD  Base Burners,  Box Stoves,  French. Ranges,  Cool-ting Stoves,  Stove Pipes. Elbows, &c.  o  Stoves set up free of charge.  uil  line   of Heavy Shelf  Hardware.  Pennsylvania .Blacksmith's Coal.  ���������"3Jfc������������2_E-  BOURNE  BROS., General Merchants.  -34 m /f\cyitp^i-e.p  tockliolir  l    i.i\J  Albert Stone, Proprietor,  Table furnished with the choicest the  iiiiii-kettt-Tiirels. Best Wines. Liquors  ���������ind Cigars.. Lame light bed rooms,  ltrile-s * Sl.l������ a day.    Monthly rate.  resident of Revelstoke-. the exact width  of anv street, avenue or lot; the proposed" street car line *. the business  liem__.es and iiidu.-trit'P of lhe town, or  .anv !_;one.'i-al information concerning  Re'vylstoke. secure a ropy of the City  Directory, from II. I "arm. Pettipiece,  ,price 50 cents.    Out about the 15th.  Mr. T. B. Braden, business manager  .of the Calgarv Herald, was in town on  iMoncUy on 'his way to the lower  ���������country, from the coast. T- B. is a  ���������Sood Grit, and gave the Hekald a  .glowing .report of the great Liberal  :convention-iit2"ew Westminister. It  iis obviously generally understood  .-among the* faithful that another  -splendid Liberal victory is pending,  -.in -spite o" .their public utterances  -against mixing Dominion politics into  jprovinc'al aft'aus.   ���������  Xhe Hekald ran assure its' church  ���������of Encbmd readers that there is no  foundation for the impression which  has arisen from an article which  .appeared recently in the Vancouver  World, clipped from thechurch Rescord  -that there is no intention of moving  rthe cathedral of the diocese from Nevv  ���������Westminster to Vancouver or that  there is anv prefect on hand for feirm-  ine a'separate ecclesiastical province  .out of the three British Columbian  dioceses of Columbia. New* Westminster and Caledonia. The views taken  hv the Church Record on these points  .are siiuplv those of the editor and  have no official iiu-piration at ull.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  COl-TKi: CROWN MiNEI-tAl. fT-AIM".  SfLuitte In tf_o IlWilU'wnet Mining Division of  West KmitoiiHv r>h-trl"t. Wh<>rc loraloii:  r#t!iiiK n n.'ir:l������t-*rlv tsxicnsiwii upon th������  Silver Bow miiuTtif i-luini.  Take notliM: that J. Walter Pentt. aotinjr n-  ai;-*nt for rlie Ki-.h Kiv.-r (*-ip[i--f nml -'liver  Mitt'nx <"*-*.. !.Ul., Tr*.**; Min-jr*,- O-rui'ifftt-.* No.  PUU-l, it)U*n<l, ri!>-inys from ih'i th.w li^r-'t!. t>>  apply w the Minliiir Uoconl<;r ior a rertllli'Ht-'  of ftii prove men is for th" purpo-c of olnainmj  a crown i;rant of the uljove ciuim.  An'J (urlliur Nike  noti*n������  thai artion, nn-icr  section 117, i:iu������it hv1 t'ominonciMl ljuforf* the l^*-;i-  tinre of such c(������rtitic������i.to of lmproieiiH'iitst.  ���������    Pftttvl tiib 'JOtli day of ^p'.t'inbcT, lb*j7.  2fi'Jlvr  P  Ji T.  *0  -rr*1  Uj -tj-  Dealers in a  i*zto������MWM$W$L\  ���������d  funeral Directors and Embalmers.  CplioKt^rin^ anil Ucpn.1;  Work a J'pfirtltj'.  ok<;anh  x\v\ for  Kavinor.*! ?ev������'inir JfH^hiiio. Man^fin't^  InMurnnt'e Co., I'rovincia! HiiiM  M.iii  ���������.T**   Ufi  ������r������U?ry givon J'roinpt Attention,  A^-oi-iAtion.  Union   Fire  .SILVER HOW .M1NKRAL CLAIM.  Situate in the nieHIiettiwt Minini? Division nf  WtJ-t Kootfinay Di'-rriet. Where loeatcl:  On Copper i������o������k.  Take noti*'0 that r, Walter ?cott, fiftln^ as  a~cnt for the Fish River Copper ami Silver  Mininc Co., I.W.. Froe Minor's Ccrtitlr>at*a. No.  01191, Intend. (V) day.--from tlie date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Kccnrrler for a Ccrtill'-ate  of improvement-*, for the purpose of ohialninp  a crown grant of the above rlnfm.  And farther take nollre that aetion, under  section 3". miiit he eommene'^l hefnre ������he  ipsnanca of snrli Cfrtififato of improvements.  Dated thi?) 'JUiU day of September, iJ-'J".  2o0ttt-  COXki*KK UUA. MTNKRAr, CLAIM.  Situate in the Iller-Illewaet Mining Division of  West  Kootenav DIutri<n.    Where  located:  Reing   a  yonthorly   extension    upon   the  Silver Row mineral claim,  Take  notice that  I, WrIpt Scott, nctinj? a^-  a^ent   for the F'imIi   River Cnppcr and Silver  Mining Co., Ltd., I'TOt*  Miner's Certificnte No.  91141, intend, t'J) days from the rlnt������-  hereof, to  Hiiplr to the Mining Recorder for a certilicHte  of iinprov^rnenr-i, for the purpose of obtaining  a crow n grant of the al������ove elaiin.  And further take-notice that action, under  section 37, mnst be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 29tli day of September, l*i.������7.  2o9tw  Notice  Noticei.*-hereby given that T have thi** day  revoked mv potior of attornev to M. .r. Winter,  of Trail. H.'L, and dated Sept. istli, 1Wi7, for (lie  sale or 1-onding of my interests in tin- Mount  ain View, Silver Row, Silver 5-praj'. Tunnel-  and Lizzie S., mineral claims in Trout Lake  Mining District.  \V. C MAKrim-N*.   ,  TiioLij.^.on'yLHiKliiii;. S^pt. "Jlth. It*J7.    -ultv/  B2JVELSTOKE    STATION,    B. C  THE-  ootenay  "Lumber  Co  Limited   Liability.  All Kinds of Rough and Dressed  ��������� LUMBER  At th'* compiii-iy'-: store is carried a full  stock of fi-r.er.tl Merchandise!. Miners'  Supplies <inel Outfits at close rates.  R,  COMAPLIX, B.C.  P. O. Ar.r.i"iwie"_ar#.  Tni.En������j\ri! to fv.itAi.r,ix,  TAPPING,  Agent for Revetatoke  THS PIONEER LIVERY-������������������  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lsrdcau and Trout Lako District  ====== =-^^= _  C4  SATiDI.K AN*I>  I'Af'K IK)lt������I*H  ALWAYS I'OJl  IIIRB.  l.'lii:ie:irri.vt;  AXI/  TKAMISO  A si'i;e:iAi,TY  ������  f������aily fitften lenvex Th*  For partictilnrs write  union's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock for Trout Lake City.  CKAIG & IIII,UMAN, Thomson's Landing.  ^'CMEISAI   IIE  ���������I   MEBfl  ���������C^  P. B. VCbhS  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Fur.nishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  . REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  Agent for the Bllc'K.eiise*e?rfer  Typewriter  SSP^  .DEALERS IN.,  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  -HAY,   FLOUR  AND   FEED:  ((������):      A FINE ASSORTMENT OF TEA, COFFEE, BISCUITS, SOFT DRINKS ALWAYS   IN   STOCK  Spectacles and  Eye-Glasses  Those whose eyesight is failing  them, or those .suffering from  short-sightedness, would, do well  to inspect our stock of spectacles  and eye-glasses and have their  eye-sig'ht tested. No charge for  Adjusting, ami we guarantee  -Satisfaction.,  Prices from 75c. Up  Turkish  Hair Restorer  Prevents   the!  hull-  from   fulling   out,  promotes the;, growth of new hair,  rustoics urey linir to its original   .  color," tuitl keeps tlie ltitir soft  nnel moist;   it Kiinrtuitecil  cure for ilunilriilf.  (������_  .Price 75c._  Trusses  Wc citrry in till size.". .The Wet-,  more solitl silver truss, the latest  tinel best, patent with ti'Instable,  water piul, as cheap as the old-  fnsliloneel kinels nnd infinitely  bctler.   Also a full line of  .Rubber Goods  ABEY'S   DRUG   STORE,  PR������SCEIPTI0NS D SPBNSED ALL HOURS  REVELSTOKE STATION  . Why not buy the Best?  We sell only sue li stoves as wc can guarantee. If  you want-to have stoves.that you know.your greiit-  gi.Mndchilf.reii will warm .their'toes at, buy. a  " Gurney," A cook s'ove to be durable must have  Aveight; we mark the weights, on all our stoves.  A stove to please your wife mu,*<t be a work of art:  no   expense   is   spared  in  the  decoration -on  our  heaters  A. stove, to  give   universal^*t'isfaction  must perform the duty assigned to it without inconvenience to the owner and with economy in the use  of fuel; in this respect our Souvenirs stand unrivalled in the world today..   Then, brethren,  Oh l think of lho stove ovei* there,   -  A ineitlcl uf lienuty miel p-act*;  No stove in t.lir vvorltl will i-oinjitiie  With the stoves we haves in oui- place'.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  Sole Agent for the Gurney Stoves, Revelstoke Station, B.C.  J������  WE HAVE NOW THE MOST COA1PLETE LINE OF SUITING^  Overcoatings anel Pantings ever placed before the trade, which we  .will make up to please the customer. We use the Excelsior fashions-  which wc receive every month from Chicago and New York, with-ltitest styles  and designs in dress, aud are the most complete designs published in America.  -With this .'mil our new workman, who can compete with the world, we are  able to give satisfaction to. any who will favor us with an order.       .,  In addition to our Tailoring we -have a complete line of Heady-made  , Clothes. Suits. Overcoats, Pea Jackets, Pantings and Boys'Clothing, American  and Canadian ,manufacture. Being Tailors we are able to select the best  wearing material for the money, and by putting a tailor's stitch in tho  .button-, pressing out the wrinkles and making any alterations that ar.e  necessary, our Keady-mades are rendered equal to Eastern Qrdered Clothes.  -We sell fcir.eash, thus being able to make our.prices low.  Give us a trial order.   Mail Orders promptly attended to.  R. S. WILSON, Merchant Tailor, Revelstoke Station, B.C;  ���������-v-*w~:'~P''������"-clt ;**���������*--_(���������������* -j

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