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 //*  .  -ISSTTZEX"*   T"W"IO*E-A.-'W-*E3*E*K: ��������� *V7**E3_r)*lsr-BSnDA.'Y'S    Jtv*LT3D    S.A.T'U"*E*i>'D^-"5frS-  Vol. I.    No. 86.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  hopping I  ^ Letter!  **  I  *���������*������������������  :-���������).  rnK first thing wise p-ople thi'ik ot  ���������when ordorinit soois by mail is tha  cupaeity for business of those thoy vvrile  to. Tho rrputatl. n we enjoy for prompt- '  i ess makes onr Mail Ordi.r trudj forge  ahaed at a gratifying rate.  Our Specialties -5���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  Dressmaking-  Request! for nrico lists and samples  rec.ivd prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ....Calgary....  Haigr & Crage  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  Three Things-  Price,  Quality,  Assortment,  Enter moro largely into the  act of buying than anything  ^else. If the price is right,  the quality good, assortment  complete, buying is easy.  That is what makes buying easy afc our store. Wo  have the stock and can suit  the wants of oil in Dry  Goods, Men's' Furnishings,  Hats, Boots and Shoes,  Clothing, Crockery and  Glassware, and prices that  others can't touch, quality  of goods considered.  - We have elegant lines of  the best goods at various  prices and the-latest thing  in style of design. This is  just the time to.buy rubbers  nnd wintei'^footwear.. It is  a pleasure for   us  to  show  , ��������� " our goods.  <-.  Bourne Bros.,  Revelstoke Station  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Sutton Mineral Claim  Situate in the Illecillewaet Mining  Division of West Kootenay District.  Where located:   On the northwest  side of the mountain between tliu  Illecillewaet   Itlver  anil the north  fork of the name, about live miles  northeast of Illecillewaet.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman liarnard,  l-roc  Miner's  Certilieate No. 8hti!l/!, Issued at  New Westminster on the 17th tlaj-of October,  18%, managing director of the Lillcict, Fraser  lliver and Cariboo t'old Fields. Limited, l-'ree  Miner's Ccrtiticatu No. fills A, issued at New  Westminster on the :teltli day of June, lti~7, intend, lid days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining lteeorder for a Certificate of Im-  proveinents, for the  purpo.se   of obtaining a  erovvn grant for the aliove claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section :'", must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Date.l this MHIi dav of Sept.. 1WI7.  _S"su0tvv- K. S. I1AUNAUD.  (?HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  Oflice*:   Hooins 1 anil 2. Pool Block, RevelBtoke. H.C.  A  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor,- &c.-.- -���������  Notary Public.   ' "--    -  "Office upstair* in Smith's Woe*":. Pacific Ave.  Rerelstoke Station. B.  C.  WM.  WHITE,  Q. C,  Il> muster, Solicitor, Notaiiy l'riiuc, Ere,  Revelstoke, B.C.  ���������sot I  Solicitor for Imperial Bank ol Canada.  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Mining and Real Estate Broker.  Notary Public.  Agent for: Kqui tabic Savings, Loan il: Imilding  Association.      Fire Insurance, the best cum-  l.anies.     Office: First St.. opposite Union hotel,   =��������������������������� -MlKVK-.sTOKC-ST-kTIO-S-.-i '"   "   GAMBLE & O'REILLY, .  ClVI". "ENOlXKKKS.   PROVINCIAL I.AXD  SUKVKYOKS.-  Acootintnnts and Ociieral Agent.",  Kelson and Kossland, Wesl Kootenay,  British Columbia.  F. C. ("AMM.I*. J. P.. M. Inst. C. E.. M. Can. Pop.  t;. K.. 1*. 1.- S. for II. r:.. (late Resident Engineer Deportment of Public Works in  Canada in li. (*.,) Kelson, It. C.  Francis J. 0'Reii.lv, Assoc. M. Inst. C. E., I*. L. S.  for B. C, Uo.sslanel, B. C. 'ijlytf  Sterling  Remedies  Griffith's Magic.Liniment  ~, .-   ��������� A "popular -households-remedy and"a,  -t       'inettirine chest in" Itself.     Cures more  .I������:iiiix and stops More, aches than any  -other liniment known.  Japanese Cattarh Cure  /Cures   f-ntnrrli   nnd   cold  in the hend.  'Japanese C.it.irrh Cure ha-> btood the  test for over 10 year.-., and has proved to  be the only remedy yet discovered that  will positively eure catarrh.  1 s_^W. A. Griffiths & Co.,  Dltl'C.GtSTS,  r.KVKLbTOKK.  CLYDE FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illerillewsct Mining Division.  Where located���������Bounded on the Mouth by  the* Maple Leaf Mineral Claim, or. the Ka-t  by tho  Home F,action, on tho West by  the Oak Leaf Mineral Clrim, running to a  narrow poll t on the North.  Take Notice that I, Fra- k 8tillman Ba-Tiard,  Freti Miners Certificata No. 88092, issued at  New, Westminster on the 17th day ot October,  1890. ai agent for and on b*_"iHlf of tho Lillooet,  Fraser Utver and Cariboo Gold Fields. Limiteei. Fi\c Minors Certificate Nn. B118A ii-sued  at New Westminster on tne 30th. day of June,  1897. intend, 61 days from the dato herto', to  eprly ti the Mining Recorder for a Certirtc au  of Improvements for the purpose of ohtainiag  a C.own Oiant of the above Mineral Claim.  Andfinther take notice, that action under  section 37, must be commenced bofote the is-  8ii"ncjof -uch e ertiflcateof-Improveixents.  D t d this 20th e'.ay of Ocolier, 181)7.  ��������� f. s. Barnard.  The Coat  Don't Make the Man  ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Braving nntl  Pelive-y Work a specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams always roady at a moment's notice.  Agent for lho Stand lrd Oil Company.  GUY BARBER,  WATCHMAKER   AND  JEWELLER,  C. 1*. 11. Time Inspector.  Front Street, Next to Post Office  J.    R.    HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. * Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  i  Beef, Pork, Etc  KAMLO0P8and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders In our lino promptly filled.  XftASJ&ODS  Bonks anel Photographs, .Stationery,  English Tolifice-os, Egyptian Cigarettes.   Initialled    and    Domestic:  !| Cigars, Pipes. Etc. ; Mining Bonks  and Maps, Japanese Curios, Toys,  iinel Candies.  Ohi'iihiti! TnE Station.  17utf  tOnotf  MRS. PIPPY,  || Fashionable Dressmaking.  ''Fjtei Stuegt East.  MO INDEED! Neither do the pants and vest.  ������ Coat, pant-, and vest rightly tailoroel do,  however, add lo the appearance of any man.  Those elays a man to lie sue'censful must not  only be a hustler, but must also be enviroiieil  with every peissible advantage that is honorable.  Good cjothes give a. man-ail air of gentility  and respectability that often is of much value  to him in his choscti business or profession.  When ?", "7..T0 or "10 buys a good business  suit, a-t it does from us, or $18 to ?__" for onr  tailor-made suits, yon have no reasonable excuse for not using the advantage that good  clothes vvill give to you.  Overcoats at from "III to ".". These we won hi  be pleased to show you.  R, S. WILSON,  -   Merchant Tailor,  Revelstoke Station.  lTlltf  CERTIFICATE t)F IMPROVEMENTS  com nut; fractional mineral claim.  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West   Kootenav District.   Where   located:  On Silver Cup hill, bounded on the north  bv- "Sunshine," on the -south by "Free Coinage," on the cast by "Silver Cup," and on  the west bv- "Huron" mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman liarnard,  Frco  Miner's  Certilieate No. WHS!*-!, issued at  New Westminster on the 17th day of October,  189", as agent for anel on behalf of the Lillooet,  Fraser Kiver ond Cariboo Cold Fields, Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 0118 .\, issued at  New Westminster on the 3tlth day of June, 18B7,  intenel. 60 days from the elate hereof, to apply-  to the Mining Kecoreler for a Certificate of Improvements   for   the  purpose of  obtaining a  Crown t.rant of the above mineral claim.  j\nd further take notice that action, uniler  Section 37, must be commenced before tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dateel this 0th day of September. 1897.  I*. S. BARNARD.  Sept iS-'Jl     '  MOUNTAIN MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate In the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located:  Northeasterly from anil aeljoining the  "TovvseT" mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman liarnard.  Free Miner's fertilicate No. 88t>9-_. issued at  New Westminster on the 17th day eif October.  lSOii, as agent fur anil on behalf nf the Lillooet,  Fraser Kiver and iMrilKio Cinlel Fields, I.liiiit.;il,  Free Miner's rcrtillcale* Nn. tills j\, Issued at  New Westminster on the "Oth day of .lune. 1S97,  Intend, no elavs from 'he elate hereof, to opply  to the Mining Kecoreler for a Certilli'Mttf of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above mineral claim.    ���������>  And further take notie.e that action, under  Section 37, must be commeneeel liefore lhe issuance of such C':rtltle.'Htc of Improvements.I,  liatcel this 9th elav of September. 18'.i7.  " I-'. S. DAKNAKIi.  Scpt^3-9t  WARWICK FRvCTION MINERAL CL.UM  Situate in the file'il'ewaet Ml.iing Division.  Wh.re located:   B lunded on the north by  -    tho l.anaik mineral claim, on the south by  tbe Dorothy mineral claim, on the ea t by-  vacant ground, runniug west to a nan ovv  1 oiuc.  Take* notice that I. Frank Stillman Barnard,  Free Mireis *>rti~c-at,i Nor 8iG0-2, issued ai  New *.*��������� es'mi'.estcr on the 17th day nf Octob r,  lSIKi, as ngt-nt for and on behalf of the Lillooet,  Frasor River, and Cariboo Gold Fields, Limited, Free Min.-rs Ct). title .te No. 6118 A. Issued  at New,Westminster on tho SOth day ot June,  1897 intend 6U days from tho date hereof, to  apply to the Mlnli-g R.-cotder for a Ccr ificnte  or Improvements ror Ihe purpose of obtaining  a ��������� rovvn Graut' f the ub'ivc Mineral CI -im.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37. must be commened before the  issu nice of such Ccrtifl* iite of Iinrov-cmeiits.  Dated this 20th day of October, 18M7.  F. S. BAt<-~AKD.  BLUE JAY MINERAL  CLAIM.  Si.uate in the Illecillewaet Mining Division.  Where located. Ab-iulfoir miles noith of  Illc ill**waet   H-ation.   initial   post,  beicg  - , about 10J fi-ct north of S.E. earner ot-Lin-  -s t.-erk mineral. l*im-.--_,   .-    ..--, -      -r-1--,  Take* notice that I. Frank Stiliman Bernard,  Fr. e M uir'i Uerulica'te No. 88 602 issued at  ;��������� civ Wcstm'n-.iero-. the I7tn day of 'October,  1800. a > agent fo- and on bell*, f - f the Lillooet,  FraserRiv> runcl Cariboo Go d Fi-Ids, Limiteii,  IVi'o Miner's Ceillflcate No. BU8a. ibsu.'d ai  New Westminster on ihe 30ih di-.y of .Tu- o  1807. intend, 60 cUys from tho date hereof to  ai-ply to 'he Mining Rec -rder' fcl- a certificate  of improvementsf������ir the purcoso of obtuinlug  a crown grunt ot tho "bo\ c mineral claim.  ' And furthc l->ke notice that acin under  Scc*.i<:n .17 must bo commene-ed before the  iasi.a :cc of such cer'lfi-atc of miDroveiiienta.  Dated this 20th day of October 1"!I7.'  23 .wSt F. S. BARNARD.  EAST LANARK FR -.CTION MINERAL CL MM.  Situate in the Illecillewaet Mining Division.  Where located, aeljoining the "Lanark"  Mineral claim on the east.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman liarnard,  Tree Miners certilieate No. S81'.'.I2, issneel a', New  Westminster on the 17th of October, 18%, as  agent for and on behalf cif-tlic-MIlnaut, Fra-er  Itiver anel Cariboo tlold Fielels, Limited, Free  Miner-, certificate No. 6118 A., issued at New  Westminster on thc:*0th day nf June, 1807, intenel, OO days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a certilieate of improvements feir the purpose of obtaining a  . rovvn Grant of the above mineral claim.  .And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commeneeel before the Issuance of such certilieate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of October, 1897.  F.S. HARNARI).  NOTE AND COMMENT  There is in tin* opinion ol the Herald room and a sphere* of usefulness  in Kevelstoke fur a Conserv.itive* Association. It is true that then: is not  much going on just now in Dominion  politics, calling Ior active work, still  the old saying that in polities the  time to organize* is iinniedi.itcly aftci  ti defeat, ts a sound maxim. Theie* is  plenty fur .'an organization of this kind  to do, even if the elections .iu* .1 long  way olf. In this rising pl.ue new people nre constantly coining in and it is  important that there bhonlil lie* ,i  nucleus which would'dr.iw together  members of the party, and hy whiih  the old Conservatives of this pl.ue  ami the-, new corners should he .ihle to  get to know one another. Besides this  Revelstoke is favor.ihly situated  among British Columbia points .is <i  place frequently visited by fpii.ininent  members and leaders of the p.nty.  Only recently Sir Chailes Tupper. Hem.  G. E. Foster," Sir Mackenzie Bow ell  and Hon. Clark Wall-tee have .ill stayed over h'ere. There is no eloubt th.it  hud any organization been in existenc e  to receive theni, sirrangctneiitb could  easily have been made to get some of  these gentlemen lo give* us an addiess  on the present policy-and piospects of  the party, and so keep alive thesliong  Conservative fe*eling existing heie and  the interest of Consc*r\atives in the  work of the party. -Revelstoke Con-  se*rvatives pnt'tip a splendid fight at  the last election. I_,et"ns get togethci  again, as Conservatives in otliei  British 'Columbia points aie doing,  renew, onr interest in Conse*i vatisiu  and do perhaps, even in these quiet  times, some, effectual woik for the  party.   .'  s      "-    '   1  The' Herald wishes to tnge upon  its rc'idei's of all stripes of^ politics the*  necessity of seeing th.it their n,lines,  are platted on the voteis hst-t without  delay. -Next session will piohably see  senile measure of letlistii'mUon  brongh'.ilovvn in the Provincial bouse.  aneVKooteiiiiy vvill (Wtainly be allotted  one,- if not two, more se\its in "the legislature. The number of se.its we  shall get will depend 'altogether on the  strength i.f our voti*rs' lists. It is important, therefore*, tor e\eiybody  properly qualified to icgister and so  both help to cletiionsti.ile to the legislature* the political importance of  Kootenay. and secure himself a vote  at the c-oining election. Persons wish-  ing to register can obtain the official  forms of application at the Hekald  office.  SILVERCl'I" FRACTIONAL MINERAL CL MM  ' ituate ill the Trout Lake Mining Division of  v est Kootenay.   Where located���������On  the  Silver  Cup   mountain,    Itouiiclcd   on the  north by tlie "Sunshine," em the south  by  "Free Coinage," on the east by the "Excelsior" nnel on the west by the "Silver Cup"  mineral claim.  Take Notice that I, Frank Stillman Karnarel,  Free Miners Certificate Nn. 8*i!r_>, issued    at  New Westminster on the 17th day of Oclober,  l������9ii, as agent for anel on behalf of the Lillooet  1 raser Klver anel e 'arlbon eiolel Fields. Limiteei,  Free Miners Certltlcale No. 6118 A��������� issued at  New Westminster on the 30th day of June 1807,  Intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of Improvements   for  the  purpose  of obtaining a  Crown t.rant nf the above Mineral Claim.  Ami further take notice that ac-tlob, under  Section :>7, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th dav of Oetolier, 1M7.  F.S. BARNARD.  CONFEDERATION  MINERAL fL VIM.  Situate i". the Trout L'keM.nirp Divls'ou of  West Kootenny District.   "Where locat- d���������  On tbo Alpha ledge eb ut six m-lcs from  -   Trout Like and being a Southerly extension of the '-Colonial" mineral claim.  Take Notxe that I. Fr-tnk Stillman B irnard.  Free Miners Cettlficatc No. 8tC9i. issued at  New Westminster on lhe 17th day of Octobe-,  1S9G aa Ascnt for and r.n behalf of the Llllnost,  Fraser River and Cariboo Gold Fields. Limited. Free Miners Certificate No. 618 A. issued  at New We 8t*r,inster on the 30 h day  of Judc,  1897. intend, GO days from the date hereof, to  abply to the Minin-r Recorder for a e ertiflcate  of Improvements for the purpose cf obaining  a Crown Grant cf the abova Mineral Claim.  nnd further take notlcv thatacti'n, under  Section 37. mnst be commenc d before tho issuance of such Certificate of improv.mti.t8.  Dst d this 20ih day of Oclober. 1897.  F. S. B-RN "RD."  ORANGEMEN  CELEBRATE  SCOTTISH CHIEF MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Tront Lake Mining Division of  West Kootenav District. Where located:  Northeast of arid adjoining the "Sunshine"  mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman Karnarel,  Free Miner's Certificate Xo. No. 88692, ibsuoel at  New Westminster on the 17th dav of October,  1896. as agent for and on behalf nf the Lillooet,  Fraser River ami Cariboo Hold Fields, Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 6118 A. issued at  New Westminster on the SOth dav of June, 1897,  Intend. 60 days from the date hereof, lo apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the pur|*ose of obtaining a  Crown Oraut of the above mineral claim.  Anel further take notice that action, under  Section ~7, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,   i  Dated this Oth dav of September. 1897.  F. S. KAKNAKD.  Sept -""I  The Herald cong.rtiliil.ites this com  iuunity_e>n^.the_re*siilt._ot l.istLnight'"  meeting. Nothing now remains but  for Ihe elected committee to circulate  the petition asking the provincial  legislature to pass it special act embodying a charter of interpolation to  meet the peculiar ieejuiteinei:t" of  this town. The "premier, when here,  stated that there would he no difficulty in getting such legislation, which  will of course embody clauses which  settling any difli'-'iilties arising from the  defect of title of some ot our propel ty  holders, The area to be iiircirpoi.itccl  will of course be the fotu towiihites, all  of the original* owneis of which have  signified that they will suppoit incorporation, with the except ion of Mr. A.  S. Farwell, or whatever interest or  combination of ii.tcrestsare lepresent-  eel hy that name, who 'una now no  title to anything worth talking about,  nnd is in no position in consequence  to either help or hii.der the movement. The population on this aiea,  is, as near as can be got at, about  fifteer.Jiundred. The Herald hopes  to see the petition receive the icqnisi te amount of signatiiies at once,  since no time should he lost, in getting  notice given of the special act, so that  it may come early on the list next  session.  RECEPTION AND SUPPER GIVEN  TO N. CLARKE WALLACE  The Prospect of Conservatism  In a private intetvii-w with Mr.  Clark Wallace he* expicssed himself  very sanguine of the futtiie prospects  of the Conservative paity. The party  would have to get rid of a number ot  useless members and then it would be  in ti position at. the next election to  appear in its true light. The hon.  gentleman left on Thmsday morning  lei take a hand in the coining bye  election in Centre Toionto.  ���������V  Pete Walker and wife leave for the  east on Monday, next. He says "he  has had enough of the wild and woolly  west���������age cieeping on apace, he thinks  he is entitled to a few ye.us repose  amid the se-enes of his e hildhood." Mr.  and Mrs. Walker will "be gie.itly  missed by their many friends in this  district who till unite in wishing them  a hearty God speed.���������Tiout Lake  ���������Topic..'*  .  ���������    ���������*.'       ���������*"'     ii  By the Local Orange Lodge in Honor  of the Visit of the Grand Master.���������  A Pleasant Evening.���������A Large Crowd  Present.���������A Rousing Speech by the  Guest of the Evening.  As was intimated in om last issue  lion. N. Cl.-uke Wallace, Right Woi-  Lhiphil Gland Mastei _. of tht* Gland  Orjnge Lodge, was extended an inv lta-  tion by the Revelstoke L. O. L. No.  1058 to a banquet, heie on Wednesday evening last, whit h was accepted  with pleasme. Upon his am val tumi  Kaslo on Wednesday altel noon ^a,  commit lee consisting of E. Ad.iu and  R. P. Pettipiece met bun and estoited  him to the icsidenci* ol Mr. Ad.iu,  vvheie the* evening was spent until  lodge hour. 7:1*0. Upon pi en. ceding to  the Oddfellow's hall wheie some lotty  membeis had aheady assembled, lodge  was opened and thiee new membeis  weie initiated, Mr. Wall ice occupying  the Woishipfnl Mastei's cli nr. Hon.  N. Claiko Wallace having been asked  bv tin* lodge to grant a dispensation  allowing the membeis heie to open  the Scat let. Chapter, owing to the  expense of attending the disli itt lodge  at New Westminster, the iii.ittei was  taken up anti leave was giantetl to  open the Sen let Chapter heie as soon  as other necess.uy aiiangeinents weie  made. Lodge was then closed, and  the ladies proceeded to set the table's  wheih weie soon laden with good  things for the inner man. Gie.it e icclit  s clue Mis. Lee and Mis. Adaii for the  tiouble they took in nrep.iiing such a  sumptuous ret) ist. Hon. N. Claike  Wallace as the guest ot the evening  was seated at the light of the chair  man, Woishipfnl Master Aduu. while  the Deput j -Master, Dr. Ale Kethnie,  was to the lelt. Aftei .Ul had en.t'Yeil  themselves at the table, I he i h in man  talleel upon Messis. MLKeehnie, Jeffs,  and Spiagge tor shoit aeldtesses, all ol  whom leplied in a tew well chosen  wen els on behalf ot the lodge. These  weie intois-pciseel with iimsiial and  vocal selections lendeieel by Mr 3.  Savage,' Wm. Lee. Miss Siva^e and  Mis Lee. Then amidst e heei-s fiom  all piesent the Honorable Gland Master, the guest, was called upon foi "a  speech.  Upon lising Mr. Wallaceccongratu-  latetl the membeis. on having so many  ladies piesent and upon the live and  piogiesive lodge which Revelstoke  possessed. He lelt pienitl. thim_.li some  3,000 miles iioni home, to have* the  pi iv ilege ol initiating tin ce nioie new  membc'is into the gland older, and  alto ot being among those 'piesent  during Ihe evening. Hi itish Columbia  had many things to bo ist of. Theie  weie the tisheiie*s, with which those ot  Rastein Canada had so long been  pi ond. could not Lompaic. Theie  weie the Umbel limits autl agiicultui-  al restitutes. He spoke of his tup to  Snl uinn _ A nil and said we should be  pioud of the gfeat lesoiuces of our  teitile valleys. Then theie weie om  uiiuei.il i'i lies, which weie a m.uvel.  and on this point he mentioned the  Big Bend distiut m veiy lav oi able  te*ims. -Speaking of the eMiaoichuaiy  inciease in ���������'the 'eveiiue of the pio-  vinte. Mr. Johnson, one ot the customs ollieeis had told him in the south  that mil im pints leae heel $1,000 a day  aud our expoits a million a month,anil  this with development only begun.  Capital and entei pi ise would pioiluce  a Klondike heie. The eyes of the  woi Id aie upon Bi itish Columbia anil  tlie Gieat West. Speaking of the  splendid piogicss of Oiangeisin  tnioughor.t Canada he said that vvheie  ever (Jiangeisiii existed weie lo be  found loyalty to Ihe count! v and enn-  tentiiient iu every locality. We should  feel pi ond of lhis gland asxotiatioii.  [listen v in the p 1st had shewn the  necessity of Pioii'slanlism. ile was  glad to say that theie''vveie ovol 2.000  lodges in " Canada. Even in Quebec,  vvheie it foi mei ly was a tiituiital act  for 'i man to di**l.ue himself tin Oi-  angetn.in theie* weie now sevcial  lodges. Since the hind stiuggle of the  Older for ine orpination, lodges had  spieadin eveiy direction. We now  need no favois. but onlv the right to  inciease the ptivile*ge*s oi Oiangeisin 0  [n Ontaiio alone theie weie now 120  lodges and in Maiiitnluraiid the Wes  theie weie thiee Gland lodges In  Bntish Columbia lodgi's wen* springing up in eveiy rising town, lodges  now existing in S.nidun, Kaslo. Slocan  Citv, Nelson, ICamloops. Salmon Ai in.  New Westminster, Revelstoke*_ and  oilier points, all fiiinly established.  When the liberties of Kngland were  threatened by .lames II, King William  the Prince of Oiange. eouiiiieiited the  struggle which ended in sutli glotious  iesults. lie swept away Rome and  Fiance iind leasseited the lights of  Englishmen. Our motto is "No Sui-  rendei." Oi.uigeisoi was needed then  and is needed now moie than ever,  ll.ul Orangemen weakened then the  seeds of dissolution would have been  sown and theie would have been lio  Jubilee this ye.u in honor of Her  Giacioiis Majesty Queen Victoiia.  The Otangt* Older had suivived eveiy  attack .mil the Oitlei was now inoic*  deeply looted in the alleilton of loyal  men than e-vei before. Roman Catholics had declaicd they would nave  sepaiate schools in Manitoba and the  Noith West. If they hid got them  there*, they would foi the s line le.isou.  have wanted them eveiy vvheie. Now  th it Canada was carving out provinces  in  the  west, hail sep.nate sthcjols  been giantel in one, Ihey would have  hud to be gi anted eveiy vvheie. Tin-  Dominion p.n liameut had nothing to  do with these questions, except iniilei  eel tain conditions. When these mallei s weie hi ought up befoie out noble  leader Sir John Mucdonald, the  Roman Catholics weie told to go hack  to then pi civiute, vvheie they would  get iiistiie. The intei teienc e of the  t linn h ot Rome always had tlie s line  etlec t in the education of the people.  In Spun only loin per tent, anil in  Italy five pei "cent.cit the population  could lead orwute. In Me\ico_ they  had been i(impelled to piolubit the  mteifeieiic e eit thu ihiuih with the  schools. Sep.uate schools aie a thing  of the past. We will nevei go back to  fifty ye.ns ago. It will be a sine day  when Rome succeeds in tunning Canada. The papal ablegate h.ul dabbled  in their altaiis already. His visit was  not in Ihe inteiests ol lhe chinch but  a political dodge.v When Desj.udms  was summoned to Jlome^Tai te st.uUd  a late to* see who would get theie  fust. It looked veiy ninth js though  the Pope was tiymgto inn cm ill.iu=.  Both govern men ts inight yet be defeated liefoie this question is seltleil  Any government allowing the Pope to  dictate to them is unwoithy ot the  confidence of the people.  Tlie Grand Master cone hided with a  glowing ttibute to the Gieat Bi lish  Eiiipni*. ol which Canada foi.ns so  gieat a p.ut.  Befoie hi caking up votes of thanks  weie passed to Mis. Lee, JI is Ail.in.  md   tlie  ladies, the  visitois  and   the  t h.tii man.  THE HORNE-PAYNE SYNDICATE    t  The Situation as Sized up by the  Nel-  -    son Tribune.  The affairs of the Lillooet, Fi.iser  River <fc Cariboo Gobi Fields Company  have got into a bad mess, and as a  matter i>r conise the piovince ot  Bi itish Columbia is being saddled with  the blame. While there in iv have  been loom for complaint, in the ui m-  agenient ot the company's a trail's m  this piovince, it is well "to lememViei  th it it is veiv easy to be wise aftei  the evc*rit. The ptovuiLi.il managei  ot the ("ompany may have-pure based  pteispee is at *i highei figuio than Iheir  development wan anted, and piopei-  lics in which he was intctc-.ted may  have been put into the a-$"ls ot the  company tit gooel pikes, but.it should  be lenieiubeied that puyinent for the  same w as tie cepted in L F.R. efc-C.G.F.  Lo'mpany-.totk, when had there been  any attempt at fi.ind payment might  easily have been au.inged in cash.  Theie was at least an evidence of fail li  in the e eiinpany's futtiie on the p.ti L  of F. S. Bain.iiil, vvhiLli is nicne than  can be said for the English stockholders associated with It. M. Hoine-  Payne. It is cuiiently lepoiteel that  the* fiist move made by lhis ctoup of  stoi klioldeis was the unloading of  sufiiclent stock upon confiding Flench  mvestois. at double its p.u-value, to  indemnify themselves feu any possible  loss which might toine upon theni by  le.ison ot then own holding. If theie  has been bad faith in the matter it was  shown by the English stoikhnldii*-.  themselves and not by the Bi itish  Columbiana who oigani/.eil the com-  p my.__It is well-iii_these_matters_lii  place the bl-ime where it lightly belongs.. That R. M. Hoine-Pavue carefully mused the boom in the Lillooet  Ftaser River *-tocks no one can possibly deny. If thcpiovinei.il membeis  nt tlie company aie to blame foi inducing .investment in the company  stock at p.u, how is Hoine-Puyne absolved, fiom blame tor inducing investment at 100 per cent, pieniiuin?  INCORPORATION  THE   FIRST   STEP    TAKEN   TO  MAKE* REVELSTOKE A CITY  THE OBJECTIVE POINT  On the Overland Route to Yukon From  Interior Points  The point at. which the eastern and  British Columbia unites lo the Yukon  meet is the mouth of the Dense liver,  which ioiiih the Li.ud fiom the smith  about 100 miles below the head ot that  liver in Frances Like. On this stietth  of the Liaid. 20 miles above the mouth  of the Dease, galena letlges fiom two  to ten feet wide c.u lying about 200 ot..  tei the* ton iu silvei lutvi* lecently been  disLoveied by a New Denver piotpec-  lor, naiiied Alexander McKay. . R'ch  gold diggings aie lepoiteel above Foit  ll.ilkett,' which can be icached by  e-anoes ft mil the h������* id of the Liaiel.  Fiom the mouth of the Dease lo the  junction of the Li.i id liver with Ihe  Fiances or e istei ly hr.uu li is '.111 miles,  unci then up the Fiances l'.ver to  Fiances lake is GO nioie. The connection between Fiances I_ake and Fin-  layson Lake, in vvhie h the Pelly^ heads  i������ by the Fmlayson nvei. Fiances  lake is leiioited by Ptof. Dawson as a  suitable locality to pastuie ot vvinter  slock, theie being abundance of hay.  It tot ms theieloie .tn excellent base of  operations foi piospei toisem the Pelly  liver. McKay met two Coloiado outfits going up to the lake to winler.  Commonwealth Mining- Co.  Mr. XV. J. Robinson, serietaiy-tieas-  urei of theCoinmiiiiwealtli Mining Co.,  was in teivvn on Wednesday. This  cnmpauv is inteiested in ten t laims in  theTiotit Lake distiict. They spent  between ~~.000 and ������0.000 in developing these e laims last Miinmew paitie u-  I.u ly the Vei a and Glensiele giuups,  and will s-pend a tjood deal nioie ne.\t  season, when a good ftuce eif men will  be put on on these i laims. which an*  of.i veiy piomising ch.u icter. Mr.  Robinson thinks the next thiee or four  ve.'i'rs will see big developments in the  I__.ude.iu countiy. and that a smelter  on Tiout Lake will materialise in the  ue.ii future.  After an Animated Discussion the Meeting Last Night Decides to Appoint a  Committee to Take the Initial Move  and Get up the Petition fcr Incorporation.  Mr. W. M. Blown took the chair afi  the meeting held last night in Peterson's hall to discuss the question of  iucoi pm ation, under piotest .is con-  sicloied the meeting to he only nu  adjoinned-meeting fiom thepievioua  Finlay.'" Mi. P. F. Mathias was Lhi'sen  st'cict.uy. -The thaii man said'the  object ot the meeting was to get fm-  thcr inloim.ition on the question of  uiLoipoi ation and called on any person'  vv ho had any on hand to give it. '  Mi. Haig said that on the point of,  the amount of government cxpendi-  tuie it was impossible to get anv m-  fnim.ition until the letuin of Mr. j. D,  Giabain. As leg.uds other limnici-  palitics vv ith the exteption of Nelson,*  Kamloops and Rossland m the opinion  of the committee lhe towns in Ihe.  interior weie in a less advanced stage  than Revelstoke, when they ineorpoi-  atfd As to the liver bank they did  not think it would affect the question ~  ol its piotection by the government  one way cu the other. *-   ,  .Meived by J. D. Sibbild, seconded by  CIk.s. Lindmai k that the qualification',  for a vote "it the meeting should he, ,  that a voter should be a male British.*  sebject, 21 years'-of age, who had ie-,*  sided within a radius of two miles cf  the gove> uiuent house for a petiod ot  "six months befoie the meeting.  Ms. R\ S. Wilson spoke_ stiongly   in  favoi   of the  motion. -Business men,1  doing   business   in   lented    pi onuses., ,  weie  as  inteiested  in the question of    ,  incoipoiatiou  as  weie  piopeity own:-,  cts. _, '-���������     "    X;-   '"  Mr. A.G.M. Spr.iggesaid he thought   ::  a couple" of month- lesidenee. should'^-.'  besuitkii'iit.    Six months would leave  out a laige number who had only re-,'  cently tome'to town.   The mover and-  seconder assented to the cbauge..el'he   ���������  motion was cariied. --*��������� -   "~>r  Mi.Ch.is. Lindmaik moved that in  tho opinion of tliis meeting the times-.,  h.us come for this tej.. n to .issuuie the,  reins of-self govetiimeiit.andjn -oider,  to facilitate this object this" meeting  should now pioeeed to appoint a civics'  committee of seven to anange the  neces-i.uy steps for tlie final accomplishment, of this object. Seconded  by Mi. Jo!*n Abiahamson.  M i. J. H. Sutherland  said  that  the,  question of the  comparative amounts,  of expendituie and taxation   by lhe  piovmcial government had  not  been  decided. *" '   ,  Mi. Sibbald d.d  not  think' that   it;  al'etteel the question of iucorpoiation  one way tu the other. _       ,  ���������  Mr.  Ilaig   could   not,   see   why -we.  should  wait   foi    incorporation   unt'L  the ui.ijoi ity of i.ttepayers wete regis-   P  teied.   A government agent was" not.  lespontihle to the lesident-s exceot in-   ������  dnectly.      A    town    council    elected.  aiuong_oni's.el v*c*s, -nii*n__of__integi ity.I   woulel manage the atTaiis of the  place,.,  to the be-t advantage of the citizens.  The gov eminent eoulel not  be  expects  ,  eel to put   in  a  seweiage system.     Itr  seemed to him that theie was nothing,  to fe.n wilhicgaiit  to  lhe  protection  of the uvei bank  from  incoipoiatiou...  Rathei with a town council as a  heacl  we could bung gie.itei pi ess tne on tlie. ,  government tn  cany nut  this   woik.-  Theie was no  kind  of   representative  body in the town except the  lion id  eif.  tiacfe.    The geuei.il  opinion  of  lest-,  dents? of intorpotnted towns  was  thai:  mc ot porat ion was a lienefit.    If it vvas|  a benefit to othei  places,   why  not  tei  Revelstoke.        -  .Mr. Needhain thought we had nothing to  pledge  for  tlie   money, which ,  we leqtuie to boi low.    As soon  as  he.  knew the; pi.ipeity  belonging  to  him.  was his own. lie  would  lie   for   incut-  poralinu with both   hands.     He   pio-  peisetl that the question of iuroi pora-,  tion   bo   postponed    for    another   12  months.    Seconded Mr. PeU'rson.  Mr. Haig said that two-thiicls of the  piopeity in town tould be registeieel  within three months. -The only poi-j  tion of Revelstejkc in an unsettled  condition was the Farwell townsite..'.  Anyone holding a Dominion title in  the old tow u'cotililjget them registered.  Mr. Peteisoti demanded from Mr. ,  Hiig the i estimation of his pa pel 8.  sent to Ott.iwa seven yearn ago. He,  also denounced the scavenger for taking away fiom his premises valuable  niateii.il*. which he lequued. If ho-  CDiild find out, who it vv.u, he would-  have him ariesfed.  Mi. Needli.uii demanded to know  why w e cannot get the Fai well titles  reziste.od. ,!  .Mi. Adair thought the"prcsent assessment vv .u, unjust and that this was ,  one of the stionge-st arguments in.  favor of incoipoiatiou. -lie asked  weie the pic-posed limits of the city  to be two miles all lound the^ couit  house.  Mr. Sprngge said we were here to.  elo business. A lot of information is  wanted, tti-st the area of the proposed  city, secondly the population on the.  area, then the expendituie and taxation of the place under,the province,  then the estimated levenue and expendituie. He urged the appointment of a committee to itiqtiiie into  these n ue*-t ions and repoi t. :  Mi. Lindm.uk said .such a committee  I.ad aheaily been appointed and  done ,  the woik.    He  thought the   item   in.  their lepoit nf $1,200 for a pol'r.e  mag-  isti.'.te unnecessary.     One  reasoo_for  i   -  (-Concluded on Page Four)  IM Revelstoke  Herald  Publishes* in interests of  Rerelstoke, Lardeau, Bl������ Bend, Trout Lako  Ulee-iilewaet, -Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pom and Eaglo Pass Districts.  A. JOHNSON Proprlelo".  O. B- OROGAN Editor.  A Semi-Weekly Journal, published In tho  Intel-rets ot Rovelstoko and tho Burroun ding  district, Wednesday! and SaturdajB, making  dotal connections with all trains.  Advertising Kates: Display ads, ~1.."D per  column loch. JUX) per inch whenlnsertedon title  page. Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) line for  tint Insertion; 8c for each additional insertion  Reeding notices. 15c per line each issue. Birth,  Marriage and Death notices, froe.  Subscription Rates: By mail or carrier. ~2 00  por annum ; ~ 1,15 for sis mouths, strictly in  advance. -  Our Job Department: The Hi.r__.i_t. Job  Department is one ot the best oquipped  printing offices in West Kootenay, nnd is prepared to execute all kinds of printing in "rat  ��������� class style at honest prices Ono price to all.  ���������No job too larse���������none too small���������foruB. Mail  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondents: Wc invito correspond-  eace on any subject of interest to tho goneral  public, and desire a reliable regular correspondent In every locality surrounding  ReTelstoke. In all cases the bona fide namo  of the writer rouBtaccompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publicatio-..  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, t3. C.  We now beg to call the attention of the Public to our New Lines just received  in   the   following'   articles:  NOTICE TO CORRESP'r-DEN'S-  1. All correspondenco must bo legibly  writtenon onoside-of tho paper only.  2. Correspondence containing personal  matter must .be signed vv.lh tho pr per name  of the writer..  3. Correspondence with reference to' any  thiDg that baa appeared In another paper  muBt first be offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in The Hekald.  DRY GOODS���������Comprising1 the latest designs in  Dress Goods, Cashmeres, Flanellettes, Laces,  Ribbons, Embroideries, etc., etc., imported  direct from Scotland.  SATURDAY,  NOV.   20.  1S07.  Conan Doyle tells a story of a  friend of his who had otteu been  told that ..there is a story in the  cupboard of every household, no  ruattir now-" respectable the house  may be, and he determined to put  his opinion to a "practical test, Selecting for the subject a venerable  archdeacon of the church, against  ���������whom ..the most censorous critic  had- never breathed "a. word, he  went to"the nearest post office and  despatched this telegram to the  reverend' gentleman.��������� "All is dis  covered; Hy at once 1" The archdeacon disappeared and has never  been heard or since.  BOOTS  AND   SHOES-Large  Boots and Shoes from best  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS-The  partment  is  most   com  Collars, Socks,  Hats, Ready  etc. in great variety.  Agenti:  RAM LALTEAJS  of Fine  makers,  in this de-  >hirts,   Ties,  HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS -  Parties furnishing are invited to inspect onr  Stock of Stoves and Heaters, including the new  Air Tight Heater, Granite Ware, Cutlery, Silver  Ware and Crockery. 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.   We lead in Tea and Coffee.  COMPANY  Agents:  Victoria Powder Oo.  TELEGRAPHIC  LIBERAL CANDIDATE  ELECTED  IN DRUM1MOND  THIRTEEN HUNDRED  MAJ.  Charles A. Dana, the veteran  editor, left an estate valued at  Sl.000,000. - Mr. Dana, therefore,  as a resnltbf the business direction  of the Sun in the 30 years that he  was president, of tbe corporation,  was able to accumulate a fortune  of over ������1,000,000, potsibly nearly  $1,2.50,000;; the greater part of  which came,from the appreciation  in the value of the Sun's stock and  the accumulation of dividends.  -It is certainly as great a success as  that achieved by any journalist  of Mr, Dana's generation.  MayorVau Wyck says his election expenses were only $15S.75.  Greater ~**ew York has got a ror  mancer as well as a Tammany  operator for its first mayor.  Canadian horses going in 'to the  Yukon via Dyea and Skbgway are  charged 830  duty   each    by the  -Auiericari-customs-offieiftls.-Moral:.  Take the Edmonton route.  FREIGHTING TO   YUKON  CONDEMNED.  .proposal on Foot to Open up a Through  trail���������What Could be Done With a  Cart Road.  (From the Calgary Herald)  A proposition is beinp discussed in  the city which if carried ont would  enable an almost unlimited ejuantity  of freight to be taken to the Yukon  next spring at a minimum cost. In  connection with the North West Gov-  ei nment's project to complete the missing link in the waggon road to Peace  river a number of K'ntlemen are prepared, provided sufficient encouragement is offered,to organize a company  nt 24 hours'notice to I'niild a cart trail  to Lake Frances, which is believed to  be the heart of the gold bearing  region, for considerably less than halt  what it would cost the Government to  build a waggon road. For $50,000 such  ,i company could build a trail and lav  down "UO.UOO lbs of freight at Foi't  "Frances before the end of nextJuh,  Stores and trading posts would be established along the route and stopping  places for men and horses would b  established every 25 miles.The freighting vehicle used would be M.-Uoney's  Klondike cart, one hundred of which  in charge of ten men will take in as  much supplies as 350 pack horse* and  ��������� 70 men. and make quicker time. Mr.  Maloney guarantees his cart to go  almost anywhere that a horse cm and  to freight "cheaper than waggons even  on a good waggon road.  In the interests of the overland route  and of Calgary as a 6iipplv point, it is  hoped that the project will be pushed  for all it i.s worth.  C. P. R. to Float Bonds for Five  Millions���������Russia Mav Aid France  Against England ��������� Newfoundland  Heard From ���������The Diana's-Voyage  Winnii'eo, Novenubee 15.���������Austria  and Italy are desirous of entering into  closer relations with Great Britain.  It is reported that Russia vvill aid  France against Great JButiiin in the  trouble in Africa.  The British striking engineers and  employers aie holding a conference  this morning.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier will likely return to Ottawa from Washington on  Tuesday.  Deleau Stewart has floated the  Georgian Bay Canal scheme.  An inter-provincial conference is  suggested on the question of child^ii"'-  migration.  Lauvervne, the Liberal candidate,  was elected in Drummond and Artha-  bascia, bv over i:"00 majority. The  Liberal majority in 1S90 was 1.200. In  1877 Laurier was defeated in this constituency by 27 votes, the Conservatives of that time being led by Tarte.  Lieut. Governor Macintosh vvill retire from the Territorial Governorship  on January 1st, 'OS, his resignation  bsing ntivv-inthe-haiids-of���������the���������Gov-,  ernment.  Joseph Williams, a Northern Pacific  fireman, committed suicide yesterday-  by throwing himself into the locomotive tire box.  London,,England, is greatly excited  over the question of religious instruction in board schools.  Hon. Mr. Fisher expresses great  satisfaction with the results of the  Hudson Bay steamer Diana'j   voyage.  Newfoundland has raised an objection to any reciprocal trade arrangements between the United States and  Canada iu which she is not included.  The issue of .$.",000,000 of Canadian  Pacific stock, in connection with the  construction of the Crow's Nest Puss  railway, will be made in a few days.  It is statetl on the street that the issue  has already been underwritten by a  strong London and German syndicate.  Cook efc Sons, the English tourist  people, estimate that the number of  emigrants for the Klondike from Great  Britain next year vvill reach 200,000.   -  FOUGHT TO THE LAST  In the Crow's Nest Pass S10 is being  asked for bay, three cents per Ib. for  for oat?, and the supply of both is  extremely limited.  A wealthy Irish lady, vvhosesuinnier  home is-situated near a garrison town  in Ireland, once sent an invitation to  Capt. Armstrong to take tea with her  saving, "that the pie isure of Capt.  Armstrong's company is respectfully  -requested," etc. To her astonishment  she rece ved by an orderly the following note: "Enlisted men Jones and  Smith have been detailed to do guard  duty, but the remainder of Capt. Armstrong's company accept with pleasure  ! Mrs Weyler's polite invitation."  Lieutenant Mclntyre and His Little  Band ot Twelve Men Were Killed  ���������Each Man Died from a Bullet  Wound.  Simla, Nov. 13.���������When the British  reconoit.ering force returned to camp  in Maidan valley, after thn disastrous  retreat from Summit Saran Sar Mountain. Lieut. Mclntyre and 12 men belonging to the Northampton regiment  which had suffered most Feverely,  while saving the wounded, were reported missing. It was hoped they  would succeed in reaching the camp.  A despatch from Maidan valley shows  that tne Lieutenant and his companions haye been killed. The bodies  were found, and it was evident from  the position in which the corpses rested, that the little detachment fell gallantly fighting to the last. Every man  of th'e party died from rifle bullet  wounds.  The C.P.R. has opened a telegraph  oflice in the town of Macleod with  Miss Devlin in charge. Hitherto messages have come from the station by  telephone.  A safe robbery is reported from  Lumsden. noi-tli "of Regina. McNfice  and Burrows being the victims. The  amount stolen was S00O and a woman  is suspected.  When an innocent man is condemned  for any crime he doesn't lose hope. His  lawyers appeal from one court to another.  The3- are bound to save him, if lie can be  saved. It is the same way with a good  doctor when his patient seems condemned  to death by disease.  Hut doctors make  mistakes sometimes;  they lose, heart too  soon. After tlieyA,"y.V  have tried every- 'vV  thing they know  and the patient is  no better, they  think there is  nothing more  to be done.  They don't always get at lhe  root of the elis-  t: a s e . T h e y  frequently give  a patient up  lo die of coti-  S'linptioti, and  are afterwards  surpriseel lo senium j;ct strong  and well again.  All lung and  bronchial diseases are cured hy Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery, because it supplies  the system with healthy blood. It puts  the vital forces inlo action and fills'the  circulation with the life-giving reel corpuscles which builds up solid," muscular  fleoli and healthy nerve-force.  "Irs. \V. 15. Duncan, of Arlington. Phelps  Co., Mo., write?: "My imcbancl took four  bottle's of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery when lie was ,'as he thought) almost  -iu'.o-c"t)ii>u:iiplio-.i.-sn--a.-Trc-wcrc-vcrv-th''.nk'-  ful that such a medicine could be found. I  wiili a*.l persona troubled with e-ov.p.h would  take it. Long may lhe ' Golden Medical f  Discovery ' anel 'Favorite PrerFCript'or,' be I  made. I shall always recommend and  praise these uicdici:v_.s.'\i |  "I will now endeavor to give you a full  description of my husband's illness as near  ai  I  can," writes   Mrs.   M. J. Tedder, of  Ellington. Reynolds Co., Mo.   " Eight years  ���������tjo last March is the date when he commenced to take Dr. Pierce's medicine.    He  was formerly a robu������t and  hearty looking  your.cr man.      He was  31 j'c.irs  old when  married, and that winter every tima he look  a little cold he would coutfh very hard.   He  had pains all through his chctst and lungs.  When  ^eimiiier came* lie was  foclintr *we_ll  anel looking well.    He said he had always  coughed in the; winter Mnce a child.     He  was not alarmed at the symptoms as r wa������.  I knew that his mother and the rest of the  family hael that dreadful cough   and   lhe  most of them died w-iih that dreadful disease, consumption.   He continued to cough  every winter, hut kept at work and  paid  very little attention to his disease; until iti  iSS.", he had an attack of pneumonia.   -From  that time he was never as well as he was  before.     His cough grew worse aud worse*,  although   he   kept   around   all   the   time.  Sometimes  he would  vomit  immediately  after his inc.lis.     He! went on in that way  for sometime.    In  the winter of   iSSS he  coughed all winter and in lhe spring commenced his work as usual, coughing night  and day the most of the time.    Then I requested him to try something new. or to go  to the doctor.   He said ' well, if I go to the  doctor I vvill go to heel, and go there to stay.  I will never get well if I depend upon the  doctor's medicine.'    Hy this time he was  getting very weak, and had 110 appetite, so  he went to the drug store and the druggist  said to him 'well I think it the best for you  to go to the doctor.'    My husband said ' *S"o  I will not, for if I do I will die stiff, as I  have known people with this disease who  went to the doctors and next they went to  the grave.    You know as well as I that the  doctors all call this disease hereditary consumption.'    ' Well, r.aid the druggist, T will  give you   Dr.  Pierce's   medicine, and you  can try it as I believe it is the best medicine  I have in mystore.   You can give it a trial.'  Ro my linshaiiil  c.-ommenced   Dr.  Pierce's  Golden   Medical   Discovery, and  also  the  ' Pcllet'i' and  by the time one bottle was  gone ho was improving.    Tie had a better  appetite mel was feeling much better.    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"very one looked up In wonder, lier  clear, sweet tones vibrated tlironah  tlio mom. lier beautiful face was  fliir-hcil. Sir Itudolph regarded her in  astonishment.   Sin* went on :  "if r.ny or.e takes ti life and gives a  life, does not that equalize matters'."'  file asked: nntl I detected .something of  i-cornfi:] blttcniPfs In her vciice. "If  the life given l:o more valuable than  the life taken does not that more than  discharge  the debt ?"  "Xo," said lhe ic-ctor, in a distinct  voice that seemed to startle us���������  "Xo. That is the view of a distorted  mind, Lady Culmoto, of one that docs  not di.nthiguish clearly between right  and   vvror.::."  I saw hot* shrink as she would havo  shrunk  from  a  blow.  "What a g.ooniy 'conversation !"  cried Ulric suddenly. "How can wo  have drifted into it ? Let us clirmis-s  die subject. Lady Culmore, you ought  to have dismitced r.s."  "I have been greatly interested," the  said; and ngain there was something  now and strange in hor voice, while  the light still flashed in her eyes.  During the Ions; discussion husband  and wife hardly looked nt each other.  But at the words "a life for a life" I  saw Lady Culmore raise her eyes ami  fix them on her husband's face, ""ho  could read them with their messages  of love,   regret,  and  hope ?  So the evening passeel; and, when  the rector had gone, Sir Rudolph,  with a hasty "Good-night,," retired  nlso. Ladj-k Culmore, who seemeS  quite abstracted, walked to the window and drew the blind aside. She  stood there looking out into the darkness.  "Kate," whispered my lover, "come  here; I want you;" and we went into  the conservatory, which was dimly  lighted. "ly dear"���������with a quiet caress���������"you havo behaved wonderfully  well  this evening."  "I  always  behave well.   Ulric."  "You did not flirt with the rector at  all, and I must make full amends. He  has a fine face; he argues well, too.  Kate, I am sure that ho admires you.  Does the bracelet  lit,  darling ?"  This was merely an excuse to hold  up my arm and kiss it. I pointed to  Lady Culmore standing at the window.  "She will not see me," said Ulric;  "and it she does, it will not matter.  Fancy, dearest, what I suffer, sit'.ins  .all night watching your beautiful face,  and never able to kiss the" lips I love  or {raze into the eyes that hold all  bliss for me. Kate. I must be indemnified."  It was useless pointing to Lady  Culmore. It was useless to do or say  .anything; and. to be quite honest,  perhaps I did not mind so veiy much.  "Remember," said my lover, with a  jlush on his handsome face���������"remember that I shall speak to my brother  tomorrow. I will not put up with another day's delay."   -'  He b.-iele mu "Good-night." .in his  usual loverlike fashion, and - went  A way.. Then I crossed over  to   Lady  Culmore.    She   turned  to  me  when   "  spoke to her.      *  "Oh,   my   dear,"   she- said,   "who   is  it, ?"  *    "Who is what ?" I asked.  "You should see your or.-n face,  Kate; you should see your own eyes.  As we stitnd side by side, you are the  very picture of happiness, as I am the  picture of woe,"  I was ashamed of myself; I wished  that I could drive the light of happiness from  m>"  face  and  eyes.  "I am haunted," she said, "by those  words, 'A life for a life !' What a  strange conversation that was, Kate"  ""either  cheerful   nor  pleasant,"    I  replied. "And If I wero you, Lady  ~"Culm~br"e7~I"-vv*ould"forge"t~all"about"lt:''-  ��������� "I wish," she cried, passionately.  "that I could forget all about myself,  even  to my very name 1"  CHAPTER XVI. *  -  Ulric had no chance of fulfilling this  threat on the following day. for Sir  Rudolph rode off early In'the morning  to Ulladale, to Inspect the houses of  which the rector had spoken. The heat  "1 wish sir itudolph had not gone to  Ul'.aijlle to-day," said Lady Culmore;'  "it is -'������ hot, and he will be in and  out of i.*.o%c horrible houses. I shall  ix- miserable aijO'it lilm. I have such  ft .'-tnse of coming witovv on me."      '���������  ,UIri">   laughed.  "Now, Xett, we will not have that.  Things are bad enough; we will not  liav-e any forbodlngB of coming Bor-  ro'.'.*,"  "1 can not help It,' she said, with  prle. (.remhi Ins lips.  It vv~* u. Ions, quiet day. Ulric and  1 <spent the morning under tbe cedar.  He read and I worked, with various  little .happy interludes?.  Nighf came and ^!r Rudolph returned* in saidy. Although Lady Culmore  had teen anxious concerning him all  elay she* did not go out to meet him.  slie'srav*- utlerance to r.one of the joy  she felt nt seeing him; but I saw that  l:cr whole heart went out to h Irn.  though she repressed ttil outward sign  rf emotion.  ' _r*nner was an utter failure! no oi.e  ,���������.-������'-, ;-.unc.ry, no one could eat. Eve:  lllric succumbed to the heat, and nuo  littlo   IO    ".IV. re ���������,.���������... ,.,1  In the drawing mom aftcrw.ii".  Thirty Culmore. in ber wJiile drees seated lusrF-Jf in the shadow, fan' Kudolpi  opened the windows wide, and p.is.i->c.  away   the   lianplngs. ,.  "Let us have what little air l"1--'  ir-,"  he said. . ,  "Kate,"   exclaimed   Ulric,   suddenly  "=iri-' for us.    I  round a c.uaint i-owi  the other clay, and I brought it home  -vith   mo." ���������  '    -ie ]-lacctl It on the piano, and I sanr  3t_"      t was called "Two Pictures."  -������������������I .,.' fi. Hie* cutli-rlmr sliml.iwsi  v'i.iS I Mi.'-Ml I" ���������������������������*��������� w'" ������������������������������������"���������'  'v.     im Jill!".'. "I  e'll'"-'' eif eltiy,  UUUi/.'���������'. Ufa-iMfiilPleluie  A,!.i ���������;,,..;!;��������� I...... iiii������k of ii������-tity  ,\e> iiioiIiiIh ''������'''' *-:1"'  '��������� "-I7>iiil  nu*. 0|woii.le'i'fiiI ni-lisl.'  I  ".'....!  iv l,i*n 11"' Minileiv; - .-111111'.  Anil   1 I''   jell|l   Il.tirii'lelllM   glory  ���������   eir th.. v-.nit.rji i11"-1 n������:���������������������"-,.  'i i.n-   me Hi-'   "���������*.������.<���������  "f !1" ������"������"������������������  Vuii li*. I'l-le'.iv my *"*-'/���������'.   ,        ,,   .  -?.V,.s Hi- r.te-e' of my W'l������*,v. itl.hKr  .   J'.Jj.. _Iv.irji.Ir ;vrnillsi'..  '���������  mint me the fnee of n sinner ! '  A darker slinclow swept  Down the hills, nnd I thought, In lhe twl-  lli'lit  The unseen nrllst wept;  And,   In,  from 11  lniijrW-nl   pencil  A ftte-i' in 11 niomi'iit hntl KrovVn,  Tin* snel  while fuel* of 11 sinner.  jVntl I knew It for my own ! "  Two white hands wore laid gently  upon my shoulder, and a tearful voice  whispered���������  "Kate,   do  you   love  me ?"  "You know that I do, Lady Culmore,"   I   replied.  "Then do not sing another note: I  can not bear It. 1 used to sing once.  "My voice, they said, was sweet and  cle.'ir as a silver hell; nntl I loved  militle."  "I litive never heagd you sing, Lady  Culmore,"  I  said.  "I have not sung a note since.���������since  we came here," sho returned; "and I  never -shall sing again." And then  wo parted for the night.  The rector hatl not been near us all  day, nor had he had any news ot little  Willie; but on tlio following morning,  when we sat at breakfast, 'all four together, tor a wonder, he was announced. He came In looking very anxious,  with dark shadows beneath his eyes.  Before he greeted us he cried. In a  distressed voice :  "Littlo Willie is very ill."  We were aU grieved. The poor rector  seemed  heartbroken.  "What is the matter ?" asked Ulric.  "One must not attach too much importance to the ailments of children.  They seem to be at death's door one  day, and they are quite well again  the next." >,  "Yes; hut he is very ill," said the  rector gravely. "I was sent for early  this morning to visit the poor woman  who lives by the west lake. As I was  returning, I met Dr. Johnston, who  had just been to see my little boy,  and he tells me that he is very ill indeed. I thought I would call here, and  ask you to let the groom drive me  home; I shall reach the rectory so  much  more  quickly."  Sir Rudolph insisted on driving him  himself; and he left us all very sorrowful.  That evening we were just finishing  dinner when a note came from the rectory which was addressed to me. It told  the terrible news that little Willie  was ill of small-pox of the malignant  type. The nurse had taken , him to  some cottage where a woman lay  stricken with it, and the child had  caught the contagion. To add to the  rector's distress, the nurse had fled from  the house when sho discovered what  was the matter; tho young house-maid,  afraid of losing hor good looks, also  left at once, and there was no one to  attend to l-.is darling boy but the old  housekeeper. I read the letter aloud,  and then rose from my chair.  "Lacly Culmore," I said, "will you let  me go to the rectory? I will nurse the  child; I am not afraid, and I love little  Willie.   He must no.t want for care."  Ah, there was the same strange light  on her beautiful face that I had remarked before,- tho * same clear, unearthly radiance*in  her eyes!  "Xo," she replied, "I will not let you  go, Kate;. If It be really malignant  small-pox, it is very contagious and  generally fatal."  A strong arm was thrown around me;  t felt myself drawn close to a faithful,  loving  heart. 1-   j ���������7 ���������."   - ', ' .-' .-  **1"ou are not "your own to do what  you like with. You are mine, and I  forbid you to go."  C clung to Ulric. weeping.  * "The  littlo   child���������I   must   go   to   the  littlo   childl"   I   sobbed.  "You shall.not go near it," he said.  "You are mine. TiWe aro plenty of  clever, trained nurses who can do the  work better than you. I will not let  you risk your life."  We had forgotten the presence of  others; we had forgotten everything  except each other. An astonished cry  from Lady Culmore rouged me.  "Ulric���������Kate!"   she   exclaimed.  My lover raised his drak, handsome,  Hushed face. of  "I forgot," ho said. "I was going to  ell_you this morning.   You know noth-  Let mc save this one; let me give mine  for it, i: nfjds must be! Say that I  may go, Rudolph!"  ���������Still he hesitated, and a look came  Into his eves that I had never seen there  before. He must have loved her with  desperate passion  once.  "You ask me to let you go to certain  death.    Do you know that?"  "Yes, I know; but I may save a lite.  I11 any case, T stvill offer mine for It.  And, If I die, you will forgive me? Ah,  do not turn from me, Rudolph, beloved;  do not be angry with me! You will for-  clve mo when I lie dying; and Heaven  will be srood to me, and let me die  when I am looking on your face. Oh,  beloved, I will die a hundred deaths  fo: one word of pardon from you���������a  hundred deaths!"  His eyes were full oC tears. I saw  that lie dnred not trust himself to  speak.  "Certain death has no fear for me  with the prospect of your forgiveness  and a farewell from you when I lie in  the dark shadow. Oh, beloved, what  Is my life bul. living^death? Oh, love,  if I loved you less, I should suffer less!  May I go?"  When I asked the question, he had  answered promptly "Xo." when she  asked It, he hesitated. Yet from that  moment I knew that he loved her with  his whole soul. What could possibly  have come between these two who  loved each other with so great a love?  Ulric and I looked on, fascinated. They  forgot us.  "Think," she said to him, "what an  atonement it will be! When you remember my sin. you will remember  clso the amends I tried to make. Ah,  beloved," she cried,.bursting into passionate   tears,   "you   told   me   yourself  "THINK," sub said to him,  "what an  ATONEMENT IT WILL HE!"  you could love me no more In life, but  cou might in death! Oh, that I might  .lie���������die by fire, by torture, by the  sword, if with it I might have pardon  from you and die looking on you! Ru-  lolph, beloved, may I go?"  He was none ihe less a brave man  that the tears fell from his eyes as he  inswored���������  "Yc-s."  I feel that Heaven has forgiven me." '  There was weeping- and walling at  Ullmere when It was known that Lady  Culmore lay at death's door. She had  not been smitten down by small-pox,  although sho had hung over the child  night and day, soothing him; but fever  had stricken her.- She had no warning  of her coming Illness. She fell one  night as she wns singing lho child to  sleep. She rallied sufllciently to write  that letter, anel she rallied no moro.  Kvc-ry precaution was taken, and  Lady Culmore was brought lo her old  -������oms In  the eastern whig.  (ng of this. Rudolph, my brother, Nest  ���������I noticed, even at that moment, that-  lie did  not say,  "Nest,  my  sister"���������"I  love Kate, and she has promised to be  my wife." '  The next moment Sir Rudolph had  cross"ed the room, and, taking me from  Ulric's  arms,  kissed me.  "A good anel charming wife you will  have, Ulric," he said; and then aegreat  sadness came over his face I knew he  was thinking of the time.when he had  made choice of a wife.  Lady Culmore came up to-me hurriedly.  "Kate, I half guessed it. I was sure  you loved some one. I have seen such  a love-light in your eyes. I anv very  glad it is Ulric, for he will be so good  to you."  She threw her arms around me, and,  as she kissed me, I heard her sigh.  Neither husband nor wife looked at  each other. On Sir Rudolph's face there  was an expression  of great relief.  "Your news is good news to me. Ulric," he said���������"very good news. Welcome. Kate!"���������to mv. And for the first  time I noticed toleration in his eyes  when he looked at Lady Culmore.  I thanked them for their kindly greeting, resolving in my heart that I would  be a true and loving sister to them.  "But little Willie," I said���������"we must  not forget him. You who love me let  me go to nurse him. I shall come  back soon; I am not afraid. The little  one will die without care."   ~  "Once and for all, I say 'No!' " cried  Ulric. You shall not go. I am sorry  for the rector, sorry from my heart  for the child; but I .cannot sacrificeiyou  for them. What do you say, Rudolph?"  "I say decidedly that she must not  go," replied filr Rudolph. "I will not  hear of it."  Then Lady Culmore came to us.  "No, you must not ro. Kate. For you  are iovp, life, and brightness; for me���������  Ah, well, dear, you would fill any station far better than I should. I will go  to nurse Ihe sick child."  She turned to he-.- husband, her face  eagerly expectant. She went up to  him with claepc" hands. Bhp did not  touch him: one rebuff hud been enough  for her.  "Heaven   has sent  mc  this  chance,"  Phe said.   "You see It for yourself.   Oh.   an���������eIg flrst  let me ge!   Do not refuse me, Rudolph.   '  ..np]���������vprt '  CHAPTER XV.  There was some little commotion in  he household when it was known that  ".ady Culmore had gone to the rectory,  '".���������is the master mad, the servants ask-  d each other.to lot ber go there when he  nevv.-vvliat. had happened? A beaut'.-  ul creature like that to go into the  ery  arms of  death? '   .  Mrs.  Harper came to  me with   tears  .1  her fyes.  "I  always   tliouglit   it   would   end   In  .V.3   way'."   she   said.     "You   will   toe,  liss, my lady will die.    I ray she is a  i.i-.t anil  a martyr, let who  will  say  I .Tei ont."  ~And. indeed, that seemed tho only  pinion about the matter. Small-pox  ���������ad been almost unknown in the pretty  ���������own of Ulladale. Some rom* girl born  here had been in service in Liverpool,  ad come honi'.' ill with it, and from  .er ihe contagion had spread. The peo-  jle were terrified. Neither for love nor  noney could the rector g������:t anyone to  th to his house.  0 Sir. Rudolph *yas restless andmiser-  --hle-Vfte'f-^his-^vVir^was^gonor'^l^b'i^  end I made no allusion to the discus-  ion that had taken place between  hem. tt was a sacred mutter between  l'jfband and wife. Whatever wonder  ���������r curiosity' it raised in us, we never  ���������poke of it.  We were very dull ut Ullamere, after  Lady Culmore went. Happily one of  :ho housemaids had no fear, and would  iccompany her, so that we had the  -���������omfcrt of knowing that she was not  slcr.e. Neither Sir Rudolph nor Ulric  had any fear of contagion. They went  jver to the rectory two or three times  "veiy day. Lady Culmoie never saw  lliem: she would not leave Utile Willie-  anel the rector would not allow them to  ULRIC'S-FACE  Cl.EAIiEl)  AS IIB READ TUB  I.,1"TTF.H.  She was alarmingly ill. The doctors  called it low fever. I think that it  was exhaustion, anel that she had  really given her life to the child. She  had all her senses, all her faculties, but  no strength. She could not raise her  hands. To my intense delight, I was  allowed to help in nursing her, and I  tried my best to cheer her. The sun  came shining into her room; the summer air was sweet now with heliotrope  and mignonette. We could hear the  birds singing, and the wind stirring  the branches of the trees. But' there  were no terrible fancies now, there was  no dream of a child's voice crying, or  of a child's tiny hand rapping against  the window pane. .Sometimes in her  sleep she spoke of Utile Willie.  One morning she called mo to her. I  knelt down by her side, and she drew  my face down to hers.  "Kate," she said, "I loved you the  first moment I saw you. I am so glad,  my' dear, that you will be Lady, Culmore."  "I shall never be Lady Culmore," I  taid.   "I am to be Ulric's wife."  "Rudolph will never marry again, and  I am going to die," she replied. "You  will be Lady Culmore, Kate, and I am  glad of it. I w'onder when I shall die?  [ am impatinet for the time, for I have  a fancy that Rudolph will let me die  in his arms. Let me know when the  doctors tell you that my hour has come.  When I am ~onc you will all know the  truth about me. I could not bear that  you should know it while I live; but  you can not hurt me by words or looks  when I am  dead."  "Nor would I ever willingly hurt you  at all," I said; but she whispered faint-  U'���������  "You do not know, dear; you do not  know what I did."  "I do r.bt care!" I'cried impetuously.  "I am quite sure you could not do anything very wrong." - * - ��������� ,  '."You think so," she murmured, with'  a faint wringing of the hands." "Kate,  you will know my story some day; always remember that it was for his  ;ake, because I loved him so. You must  not forget."    r  Thinking over the whole story as I  do now, I am sure that the" best thing  she could have done was to keep her  sad story secret. Even loving her as ~  did, 1 could not, afjer I hud heard It,  have gone to her anil kissed her. It was  much better that wc should nol know  tho truth while she still lived. What  could we hav._i said to her?  One evening Lady Culmore was lying,  as I thought, still; not a sound broke  the silence. It was my turn to- sit up  with her, and one of the nurses sat in  the adjoining room. I was thinking  that-Lady^CuImore-slept-soundlyf and-  was perhaps a trifle better, when suddenly she opened her eyes, with a  bright, pleased, surprised smile. She  half raised herself on her elbow and  looked at the door. Even to this hour  I can recall the thrill of horror that  passed through me when I * saw and  heard her. With a bright smile she  looked at the door, and held out her  hands, as though in loving greeting.  "Little Willie," she exclaimed, in hollow weak voice, "little "Willie, how did  you come here?" lier eyes seemed  to follow some shadowy form, as  though it moved from tlie door to her  bedside. "Little Willie," she -cried  again, "what brought you here ?" She  seemed   to  wait  for  his  answer ;   and  her hand upon his bowed head.  "You will let mo touch you, Rudolph,"  she said, "now that I am dying? You  promised me forgiveness, and a last  farewell. Oh, love, kiss mo! Oh, love,  how I have loved you!"  The sweet, faint voice sounded clearly and distinctly in the 100m. Sho  looked round on Ulric and myself with  loving eyes.  "You will toll them when 1 am dead,"  she said. "Tell them all tlio truth and  let them judge mo as they will. It I  havo sinned, I havo stUTercd. To live  near you always, to see you, to breathe  tho same air with you, to bo called by  your name, yet to be further apart from  you than an utter stranpor���������oh, love,  that has been torment to 1110! 1 have  seemed lo die every hour since that  horrible night. I see my sin, my terrible sin, and 1 am glad lo die." With  a sudden accession of strength she rose  and cried in a voice that was almost  terrible, "Love, let me die In your  arms!"  "Grant her request, Itudolph," said  Ulric.  Sir Rudolph rose from Ills knees and  took her in his arms. Willi a cry that  1 shall never forget, she laid her head  upon his breast.  "Let me die looking on you," she said  In a plaintive voice; and clasping her  arms round him, she added: "Listen  lo me, beloved. Here, on my death  bed, I avow the groat sin of my life.  It has been wild, mad, passionate love  lor you. I have given you the love I  should havo given to Heaven. I have  lived for you, sinned for you���������I die for  you."  He bent down���������ah, thank Heaven,- he  did it!���������and kissed the pale lips. He  whispered something to her, and she  replied.    Then I  heard her say:  "Tell them as soon as I am dead,  Rudolph, before you call strangers in."  She lay silent for some minutes, with  a light of rapture on her face.  "At last���������oh, my love, at last!" she  said, "Rudolph, _,say once more that  you  forgive me."  "I forgive you, my darling," he answered, his voice trembling���������"I forgive  you. Die in peace; and may Heaven  pardon you as I do."  I saw a smile pass over her pallid  features;   and   she   died,  as   she .had  enter the house. ,.. ,        . ,���������  Day succeeded day, and sill the little   th������n she added, "To take mo with you  fellow lay battling with the fell disease.  On all sides we heard hearty praises of  Lady Culmore. Meanwhile a nurse from  London had been Installed at the rec-  toiy. but little Willie woulel have none  jf her. The servants said that Lady  Culmore was giving her life for him,  liltl3 knowing how true their words  were. At first, none of the doctors had  hope. Malignant small-pcc at the age  of 3 was most exceptional, and they  -.lid net see the slightest chance of recovery; but Lady Culmore's nursing  was s-o invaluable that, if anything  could save him, that would. Onlookers  related afterward, with tears in their  eyes, how she nursed and tended the  little one; how she soothed his long  agony; how she never left him, either  by night cr day, but was satisfied with  broken snatches of sleep by his side;  how the little fellow moaned for her,  cried for her, and would never be pacified but by her.  It was an anxious time for us; tind  Sir Rudolph was most unhappy. 'At  Ipst news came from the rectory. Little  Willie was decidedly better; he had  asked for the kitten and for ''Kate.1'  Ulric's face cleared as he read the letter.  "We shall have some happy days  yet," he s-aid. "I shall be glad to see  the child safe and well."  Years afterward I saw the letter that  Lady Culmore wrote to her busb-.t->-  w-ien the child was believed to be out  of danger, little dreaming that, after  all lier "carp, he woylci be amongst the  It Is my llrst prayer to you since���������"  "Hush!"   he   said,   hut   not   unkindly.  "Hush!"  "Let    me   t'.o.   Rudolph'."    she   cried.  "Heaven has sent me this chance:  let  me avail myself of It.   You know���������you  Beloved Rudolph.���������Do you remember the words 'A life for !k life?' I  took away one; I have saved another.  The child is out of danger, and will  recover; but I am very ill. Shall I  come home to die, or will my atonement  j be  more   complete   if  I  remain   away  me ? Are you quite sure, darling ?"  Another pause ; then phe said, "Of  course I will. I must see Sir Rudolph;  then I will come. Wait for me, little  Willie."  I knew that he was at home In* his  little white bed, fast asleep, 'and well  watched.   I touched her gently.  "Lady Culmore," I said, "you are  dreaming."  Sho looked at mc, and I saw death  in  her eyes. 1*  "I am not dreaming, Kate, I am wide  awake. Do you see little Willie? There  he stands, my dear, "the little darling  child.., He says that he has come for  me, that he has been sent for me���������  wretched, guilty, miserable me!"  "Dear Lady Culmore, you are dreaming," I said. "Little Willie is safe at  home."  "She does not see you, Willie dear,"  she remarked, faintly, "but I do. Walt  for mo. Kate, call for Rudolph; the  message  has  come."  Yes, there was death In her eyes,  those beautiful eyes that had shed so  many tears, and would shed no more.  I roused the nurse and sent for Sir  Rudolph and Ulrlp. Verily the' hour  was come,  In less than five minutes tbey were  both in the room, and, looking at the  white face on the pillow they saw at  once that the Angel of Death stood  over her.  "My poor Nest!" cried Sir Rudolph,  and he sank upon his knees with a bitter cry.  Before I relate what happened next,  let me say that the first news which  reached us in the morning was that  little Willie was dead. He had died  quite suddenly in tho middle of the  night.  'RUDOLF,  SAY  ONCE     MOItli  FORUIVE MB."  THAT    YOU  know"���������and. as she bent her head near   fnjm   VQU?    Reniember.  you   promised  him, I heard lier ray, "a life for a life.     th?lt j'should die looking on your fa.ee.  sound'of her husband's voiced and laid  CHAPTER XVI.  Lady Culmore opened her eyes at the  prayed  that she might, with her eyes  fixed  on  his  face.    ",  He   laid   her   down   gently   to   rest,  weeping  such   bitter,  passionate" tears  as ninn seldom shed.       .       ,       . ..  "Have" t 'been   too  hard"'on  her?", he  erie'd. "Have"I judged her too harshly?  Was I too severe?    Oh, Nest,  it  is all'  too late now."  Too late! Her ears were closed to all  mortal sounds.   Words of love or regret  of passion or sorrow would reach her  never more.  "A life lost,-wrecked, ruined!" he said.  "Oh, Nest, in our happy young days  bow little we dreamed of this! Mercy  ic best. I���������1 wish I ha.l been more  merciful. But she died at she wished  to die."  Ulric and I stood by in silence. Sir  Rudolph knelt down by ti'.e dead woman's side, and I can not think of his  passion of grief now without tears.  The pent-up love of long months  was lavished on her then: He kissed  the white brow and the   golden rip-.  -pling--hair,���������lie ~called~heT"l)y���������eveTy ,en-  dearing name. One such word a few  short hours before would have flooded  her whole &oul wit hjoy; now the white  face was still, and the lips that had  sighed, pleaded and prayed, were closed   forever.  "ate," whispered Ulric, "come avvaj.  We  will leave him  here."  But Ruloph looked up at us with  weeping eyes.  "Nay," he said, "do not go yet. You  know what she said. I was to tell you  Iher story as soon as she-was dead.  Let me tell it to you now, nnd it will  be buried within her."  "So, standing tliere, his hand clasping the hand of his e*T;ad wife, "ir Rudolph told us the story ot her life and  her. sin.  When Sir John Culmore, father of  "tudolph and of Ulric, died, he left  three sons���������the eldest, Itichard, who  succeeeded him; the second, Rudolph,  who was then a captain in the army;  the third, Ulric, my lover, who was  a barrister practicing In town. When  Sir John died, he was succeeded by his  eldest son, who then became Sir Richard Culmore of Brooke, He was a.  kind, generous man, and devoted lo  his brothers. Captain Rudloph Culmore and Ulric spent the greater part  of their leisure time at Brooke. Between the brothers the greatest possible affection���������nay, the most tender  love,   existed.  They resembled each oilier greatly.  They were tall, dark, handt-onie men,  noble and generous. The two younger sons had but a very .-mall pntrl-  mony. Rudolph lost the greater part  of his money in some speculation by  which he had hoped to double it; Ulric  worked hard at his profession. S."p  Richard was generosity ittclf. 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For  full .information;*as':to- ratc*s,.."  time, etc., apply to nearest agent, to - t.  T. W. BRADJ3HAW4^������';V  = Agent,' Revelstoke. -'���������  Or to E. J. COYLE; - "  Dis. Passenger Agent', Vancouver. ���������  -.������  The'Canadian Pacific Steamship Company'��������� '  Steamers Nakn-p -ami .Kootenay . leave '  ".rrowheod overy day, except Snnd������y*feVr all.:  points -in Kootenay. making conneeUm at"  Nakusp-for all points on Nakuapand "loean '  Railway, and Slocan Lako.     -*-..*   -    -..-,���������  Close connection  ntjltobsoa-for.'   elaon,  Knslo, Balfour and Pilot Bay  -  Clrae connection,-at . Trail .far Rosslamd,  Northport and all po'nts south. .-  For  full  information, tic>et4^.- map*,' etc.*   '  call on or address    _* * ���������' - .        '.-  vT. W._BB-DSUAW. i"*"*.    .  -   Agent Itevelstoke.   Oris*'  H: -Si. ft-jltGREGUR; ' ,   .  Travelling Passenger Agent, ~~o1h>b.  E J.COYLE, Dis. PaasenKerARent, Vancouver *  O.E&IS  Is thp Shortest anil' ..'-".*  Quickest Line to..:'   !. -,-*:  '  WALLACE,   PARM1NGTON,.  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE, :  PULLMAN,     XEWISTON,   .'  COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  .     SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,., '.'.'"  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST OR   SOUTH.  TIME C/\RD  Subject to ch-mge without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOING WEST  8:00am Leavo... ���������  8 "8: a m  9.9" am  I--51 a m  10.03 a ru  10:18 a m  10:38 a m  DAILY  Kaslo.  ...South Fork.  ....Sproulu's   ...White vreter...  ���������Rear Lako ...  ...McGulsan   Ci.dy JuncUon  GOING CIST  ..Arrive 3 "Opm  3:15 p m  2:15 p m  2.-00 pm  1:18 p m  133 pm  1:12 p m  10--50amArrive... Sandon LeaveU0pm  CODY USE  Leave li.OOnm Sandon....Arrive 11:15am  Arrive 11:20 a m ....Cody Leave 1125a m  ROBERT. IRVING   ! GEO.F.'OPELAND  G. F. and P. A.       I       Supcrint*;. eot  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .   .  Via Silt Lake, Denvei% .  Omaha and Kansas City. ���������   .  Steamship Tickets to  and from;  Europe and other foreign countries  Train for the   East'anel   Portland-  departs 7:15 p.m." daily.";" Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits-7^5'  a.m.  "daily.-   Through  service. -"^No-  delays or lay overs anywhere," *  Get" through tickets and further int'  formation of <_).- R.  to N. city tiekel_  office.    No.    430.   Riverside 'avenue,  corner Stevens St., Spokane. Wash.-  -   J. Cahpbkll, .  General Agent. Spokane,  W. II. Hurlburt, G.' P. A:,;Portland.~  Spokane Falls and JiortiiWri  JJelgon and Ft. S .eppard .-  Red .Mountain Kye.  The on'y all rail rout" without chium o ���������  .__   >._.. o������_. .it���������.v _.     Jtr^ffp^  JJ������ **������ 3   .__������������_������.__,   niuy-   wiiooui  cars between Spokane,- Ncrthrert,   and Nelson;  also    tatwoca   Itonlsad  Nelson. -   -      ~- . -    - ���������.  s  = and-  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY/  lkave. NORTHPORT   :   '   . ARB1TB.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  1:20p.m. ��������� :.-..l=_~p.m.  For BcHalaad��������� From Roaalabd���������  l:*~pm ;....;.l:l0aja.  For Nelson��������� From ITelson���������  l:Up~n.......v ...12d"p.m,  Close connections atl'elson with itcamer   .  for Kaelo and all Kootenay Lake points. "*>  !    Passengers for Kettle Rlrer -and Bounftan.  , Creek connect at -Marcos with tta_e dally:, * Mater!  If yon rcnuire anything in  llie tli������|ie of a  Fine Razor  Strop  Brush  Mug  Soap  or  any or the Face Powders or  Lotions, you can buy from a good  as-ioilnient and at, right, prices at  Canada Drug &  ~^^-   Book Co.  Ltd.  Chas. Ii. Macdonald, Manager.  Revelstoke  Station, B.C.  LOCAL AND ^GENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General  Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  t Pickled pigs feet at the Buffet.  ��������� New fur capes at Stevenson & Co.'s  Mr. J. Evans of the Waverley Mine,  ���������was in town on Friday.  The actual snowfall hefore Wednesday's rain was about 30 inches.  '.New lace cm-tains, any size, at  Sti'venson & Cu.'s.  Sir Charles Ross tind Mr. R. Jamic-  .=mi came up from the south country  yesterday.  f Rice hot cakes and maple syrup a  specialty at the Buffet.  The telegraph office at the St. Leon  Hob Spring" fins been opened with H.  Graham in charge.  * Large stock of boys' clothing at.  Si evenion & Co.'s, Uniein hotel block.  The trains vvill he running over the;  new piece of track iind bridge at- the  13th crossing on Monday.  Mr. A. E. Stickling. Ihe Slocan City  townsite hustler, registered at the  llotel Revelstoke on Thursday.  Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Steed -in tend to  take up theii resilience in Itevelstoke  in their own house on Front St.  MtvLtimont. general manager of th>*  Camilla Drug unci Book Co.. is in town  attending to the affairs of the firm  here.  The changes in the C.P.R. train service at this point, as detailed in our  issue of "Wednesday commence to-  moiTOw.  Mr.  A.  McBrids,  of   Calgary,  who  has   been   to   Rossland looking after  ~b-tiiiie-ininiiig-intereste-thei*e,-was���������im  town yestei*dav.  * -Men's eivt'ic-otits u| tlu; light pi-ices  at Stevenson to Co.'s. ��������� I  The mail this morning sliirled from  Kitinltieips only. ]  Mi. tind .Mrs. Saunders iin-ivccl lust  night, l'roiii C.ilg.n-v. The lli-m.vi.u t>x-  teiuis congratulations.  Neither the Cieiltl Ciiiiiiiiissitiner nor  Rev. K. A. h'tnil, liolh of wliiini were  expect eel htiiiie today turiveel this  iiicii-ning.  As the wires were only up ltitu this  nini-iiing hi'twecn heiv nml Kitniltiops,  the II Kit A LI) is t'tinipelli'd lo make its  iippe.-iiiiiii-i; without its usual des-  patche.-i ttitltiy.  Private nelvices from Vietorin state  Unit Mr. .1. l).(Grahiiiu. (;olel ciuiiiuis-  sioner, litis resigned his' position tuul  accepted the npjiiiiiitiiient of loctil  inan.-iger nf  the: Wavurley Mine, Ltd.  ��������� Men's Gei'iiiiiu socks iu all qualities  at Stevenson & Co.'s.  Ben. Mill registered at Ihe Victoria  tin Thnrstltiy, on his way to Alhurt  Canyon. The Trout Luke; Topic says  hi- has given up lhe tlr.tyiiig ,-iiitl packing business in Mint district, his slock  in trade having passed into the hands  of W. II. Viekers and others.  Two bridges west of K.-uuloops, one:  at Nicoren tinel one ut American Bar.  were washed out on Thursday, nml  1'Vitlay'o train fi-oni the west had in  coiisoi*iiont:e to bu cancelled. The  wires between here and Ktmilotips  went, down us well, sti thnt accurale  information conM not lie obtained as  to the cause of the catastrophe.  Mr. llnyti'i- Reed, formerly Conitnis-  Mor.er for Indian Affairs ttncl om; of  the most hardworking officials ever in  the povernineiit service, whether tit  the desk or on the trail, a man without a i-iv.-tl for his accurate knowledge*  of the; Indian character anti the best  met hods of bundling the; reel wards of  the; government, but who had logo  because a rampant, nnel most, offensive  Grit partisan wanted the job, was in  tovvn'vcsteiiliiv.  INCORPORATION  (Conc'liielcil lrom I'ngo Ono)  incorporation was thnt we cnuld give  inducements for the establishment of  various businesses such us intiini-  I'.-it-'tnies in the town. One or two he  could.mention had been ul ready le>st because we were not incorporated. Me  thought Kevelstoke could get ns businesslike ami honest a council us nnv  other town.  Mr. l'reel. l"riiser said that he had  brought a few figures fur thu consideration nl* this meeting. Lust ye'ir  thu lown iiuiil to thu provincial government llie following luxes:  Property lax JIM" M  llote;l licenses  l-tw W  Trailing licenses        -'<*'M  Wholesale Honor license    UK) Oil  I'olk-u lines      "I IM)  Hang Onto  Your Dollar  Total revenue ^mt'*'* SI  The rate of government taxation  vvas at $0 on the $1000. Me estimated  the revenue for the new city at the  same rate us follows:  llEVKXt'C,  1SSI7.  V.'Ol) lots al -1-0���������'lbti.OUU  "10S0 IK)  llulldings. less I'lmrclt nnel government  property���������f-!UU,0U0  iaiit) 00  Personal properly���������fjSO.UUO  1JIKI uu  lleitul llci'iisu.s   'rraelers' licenses   l'uellnrs, roiil ustatu agents ami auction'  Clrcttsses, shows, etc   lliirelciii-'r.s, milkmen unci teachers   Police court lines   T-lOll 00  1UU uu  ���������UK) 01)  SM Ul)  ."HHJ 0'J  '.SHI IH)  it Co.  See  our fancy vests tit Stevenson  J. 1". Dovle, lnatittgcr.  TERRITORIAL  .fl'iUSO no  17-1" 1)0  Until you sco the dollar's worth we  givo yon for It. These lire times  when every cunt savcel makes life:  easier. You can save iiiiiny nf them  al our storo wltlituii siU'rillcing  eitialily In the least. Willi tutr  goods ns well us our prices vein will  lie itlisiiliilely satisl'it'd. Trial orJcr  soliulteil.   Fi-ec tlullvery.  Hutchison & Co.,  Dealers in Groceries, Provisions,  Flour, Feed, Fruits, Etc.  THE PIONEER  PAINT SHOP\j  IS1UNKY ."   XollltlXCIToX,  I'KOl'KIKTOHS.  Up-tn-elnlc Signs ami Title Piipei-hiuiglng  n specialty. Graining, llarelweioil Finishing, Kalsomliiliij; anil Lienuriil llnitsu  Painting.  WATCH ,  wtxrazX&A.  Mrs. John Cudlip of Pine Creek.  Alta., vvas found dead in front of the  door of her own house on Sunday  evening. A coroner's jury next day  returned a verdict of heart failure.  Calgary Herald: An east bound  freight train drawn by engine No. 47,  leaving Calgary Monday night about  six o'clock, went through the big iron  bridge over tho Bow river, about three  miles from the city. The biidge was  undergoing repairs, , and one; 'of the.  piers had been taken out to be: replaced  with masonry. The engine anil two  cars weie on the bridge when the  western span sunk some 30 feel, leav-  iiigj.he engine on the rails, with the  front end reared up. "A car of lumbar  and tt box cup loaded with ore, are  also in the wreck, the care of ore being  broken in two and the contents scattered ai;emnd��������� A wreck train inul  gang are now at. work repairing the  damage, which ' vvill probably take  several days to complete. Meanwhile  no . trains can pass. This morning's  express trains transferred Iheir mail  and passengers on foot and turned  back each way from the scene of the  wreck.  The general manager of tho Northwest Mining, Duvelopinent and Trading Co. of Chicago, is in Calgary itiak-  ing arrangements i'or a big expedition  to the: Yukon via 12dmonUui. The  party have bought 50 dogs and 30  horses, nntl will go us far as possible  over the snow. They-will leave about  $20,000 in Canada before reaching the  Yukon.  The Manitoba Grain Co's. elevator  in South Edmonton i.s completed, and  the Dominion Elevator Co. intend  putting one up there this sc-ason.  Less 2" per cent, to lie refiinilcil to llio  government   -.j'':-.") IK)  He estimated the expenditure of the  new city at $10,740, leaving a deficit of  $5~05.  Mr. Sibbald said that Mr. Fraser  himself hud told him that the revenue  for 1007 would reach tit least ,"13.000.  There; wen; in reality 2000 lots in the  town asses������abit:. He would estimate  a rate of 15 mills on the dollar and the  total amount of real propertv taxable  tit, $500,000. personal $:*00.000, wliich  at, 15 mills on the dollar would give  $15,000; hotel and liquor-licenses,  Sl.tiSO; stores and boarding house's,  $570; shows, etc., $200; Revelstoke  Water, Power & Light Co., $(300.  Total, lt*ss personal tax. $10,550.  Mr. Fraser said that he himself had  been tinder the impression that a  large revenue could be collected without raising the taxation, but on going  into the liguvcs he found he* was mistaken.  Mr. Graham gave" the expenditure of  the* government in Revelstoke in 1S95  ai $1000, and in 1800 at $1710.  The* motion was then put and declared carried by a considerable  majority.  The following were then nominated  for tin; committee: Messrs. Spragge,  Henrti, Needhaiii, Sibbald, Haig,  Lintlnitirk, II. J. Bourne.  The: meeting then adjourned wilh a  vote of thanks to the chairman.  Christmas  Announcement  In next issue.  It  will be  of  interest to you.  MARRIED  Wood! Wood!  Guaranteed Full    -  Cord Measure  Tho uiielersignoil litis a largo supply of  Hemlock, Spruce, l'ir, anei l'iue Wood for  sale. Anv person requiring wooel will  kindly leave their orders with Mr. \V. M.  Lawrence, Itevelstoke Station, or with  H. >'. Coursier, Front St., Kevelstoko.  Vtiitf  FRANK JULIAN  Sign Painting and Gilding  Kalsomining, Paperhang-ing. General  House and Carriage Painting.  D.  STAMPER,  Fiiwr Stt.kkt East, Kevki.itokk Station, II. (',.  We have a good supply of  Saundkus��������� Janes. ���������At the* residence  of the" bride's father, on the 17th  inst.. by tbe. Kev. W. A. Vrooman,  assisted by.the.Rev. J. C. Herdinun.  Samuel L. Saunders,' of Revelstoke,  13.C, to Edith May, second daughter  of It. A. Janes.   lisq., Calgary, -_.-Mt.-i.  New heating arrangements have  been completed tit the police station.  Mr. Graham intends to see that his  guests are s'iiug and comfortable this  -winter. ,  J. Benson fetched the first, ton of  ore down from the Waverley mine to  Albeit Canyon with pack 'horses on  Wednesday. He intends to .start rtivv-  hiding instead of packing in future.  ~f New capes for ladies���������verv stvlisli  ��������� at Stevenson to Co.'s. J. 1*. Doyle,  manager.  The civil suit in the Oiphan Bov  case has not been dropped, and the  rumor circulated to that effwt was  entirely hazeless and was probablv put-  around with a view to its effect "on u  possible jury in the eriminal case. _  Mr. P. B. Wells is enlarging the  floor room in the Post Office store by  taking away the partition at the back,  which vvill give him quite a nice  amount of fresh space. He has partitioned off from the warehouse a  t-oinfoi table dwelling room on oneside.  Mrs. Corbett of Vancouver, accompanied by her daughters, has arrived  in town to .spend the winter. Thev  will occupy Dr. McLean's residence.  The News-Advertiser says : "They will  be: much missed by. the congregation  of St. James* of which church they are  valued members.  Mr. F. W. Goclsal. a director in the  Great Western Mine, was in town on  -Wednesday. Mr. Godsal litis a large  ranch at the entrance to the Crow's  Nest Pass, and the- new line, runs right  past it. It takes him live days now  to get to Ka*-lo. when the Crovv's Nest  railway is finished it vvill only take  one.  Among the gnosis at the Hotel  Itevelstoke during the past three davs  have been Mr. XV. Pellew-Harvey. (lie  well-known Vancouver assuver." Rev.  Dr. Wardhope, a clht'iiguished Presbyterian clergyman of 'Guelph, Out..  Post Oflice Inspector Fletcher, and  Mr. J. O. Mat-lend. Supt. of the Mail  Clerk service, and Gold Commissioner  J. E. Griffith, of Donald.  The lirst of the series of assemblies  to be* given under the direction of R.  Gordon was held on Tuesday night  last in Tapping's Hall, and vvas well  attended, an enjoyable time 'being  spent. The music; v-as sugplied by  Prof. .El Paso (violin), G. Northyi'  (.clarionet), tind F. Ahlin (piano). It is  intended to hold these assemblies  weekly���������every Ttiesdav���������during the  winter.'  Nakusp  The house of John Genelle was  burned to the ground on Monday  noon. The fire originated from the  chimney. Very little of the furniture  was saved.  Thos. Abriel started on a trip to the  east on Tuesday. Mr. Abriel is an  old-time and honored resident of the  town, and all wish him a safe journey  and a hearty good time. It is reported  that he is to be gone several months.���������  New Denver Ledge.  -  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S  OFFICE.  His Honour the l.ieiu������;n*i*it-f*m-c:mor l-.tu.  licpn jilcuscel to make die following appointments:���������  2?tli October. I~3".  William Henrv Vickcr-. E.-eiui:e. Mi-tin..'  r.ee-oreler at Tront take, to he a Collector  unelcr the "Revenue Act." unci a Collector  under the "Revenue Tax Act." for the Trout  Lake and Lardeau Minlnz Divisions of the;  West Kootenay Electoral District.  Frederick Frai-'r. Esquire, J. I\, Mining  "Recorder-at���������Rcv,:l-lok,-:.���������to���������be���������a���������^CoUcctor,  nneler the "Revenue jVcf* and the '-Kevenue  Tax .Vet," and Deputy Kegi-simr of I'nc e ounty  Court of Kootenav, holden at Revelstoke.  17n2t  And Lumber  Cut Prices for Spot Cash.  Call and See us . . . .-". .  We Can Fix You   REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  A Comfortable Shave  We iiro tlie best artists in the  Mmving and hiiir-t'.uting line iu  - town. We iiro --nrefi.il nntl skilful; will irive you h < omforiable  shave or .shampoo or a. scientific  lmir-etit. K\ery operator here  i.s un nrtiM. Rric.ht papers to  rua-l ami no Ions waits.  J. A. riorgan,  ToBArcoNi-T, C'o>rctjTio.sKnl Etc.i  Front St.  Information 'Wanted  Information roiu'eminji Uk-hard  Lance will  -be���������plftdlj_i_xeteivtd___.J_>i^lns^sijiter_- .Address^  Kmms Lance, Mil ford Station,' Hants County,  Nova ScotiA. finolm  MR. C.  BRANDON-MANNERS  (Law scholar of Winchester, and graduate of  Khi^'a College, London) U prepared io rereive  a limited number of pupils in Latin, French,  German. Mathematics, h'nelid, Ah*ubrn, Geometry. Chemistry and Dookkceping.  Evening cla.v-e* In commerruil *.w"hjept>* for  adults. Youny nnd backward pupil:- ad \ a need  in elementary subject.?.  [      RHFEREXCES GIVEN".     TKl'.MS MObEKAIT.  Clf.-s-Iloom: Smelter building. 'JGnlm  -_-__.. ~"T*- t-~i���������     *-  Situation Wanted  Kxp-_rienced English lady wishes rc-enpa^e-  ment as trovorno-s or companion-help. Cortiti-  cate������i. Musical. French and German actiuirc������I  abroad. First cla.Bs referenees. AiMre-*s: "M"  Hkkald Oflice. Kcrclhtoko.  Notice.  Notice is horcby p-iven that CO days after date  the undersipned, H. Duncan Itobs'oti, intends  to make application to the Chief Commi������,-ioner  of Lands p.nd Works for permission to purcha������e  100 acres of land, situate in Lardeau Division  of Kootenay District: Start!ni; at a po^t at the  ^outh West corner of Asa Hillmau's block of  320 acre*", marked "initial post or H. Duncan  KobsonN claim," running Xorth 20 chain*-,  thence We-t io chains, thence South *I0 chain",  thence Ka.-t-10 chains, thence Xorth 20 chains  to place of betjinnieg.  H. Dl'XCAX   FIOBRON.  Fergu������on, S\\%\\*X\?.\\\. Ifi97. scplfttw  Notice.  NOTICE is hereby Riven that CO day*i after  date, I intend to applv to th-j Chief Commisioner of Lands ami Works for permio,don  to purchase 100 a'TOJ" of land, situate in Kootenay district, near confluence of Gaino.- creek  witfi Pouth Fork of Lardeau river, more particularly described as follows : commencing  at a post marked "Initial Post, &. K. corner,  A.A.C.," on the v.e^t bank of Gainor Creek,  near its confluence with the South Fork of  Lardeau River, thence Xorth 10 chain", rhence  West -II) chains, thence South 10 chains thence  Kast-Hl chain* to point of eommencement, containing 100 acres, more or les������.  A. A. CLARK,  Agent for H. K. C. Carry.  Dated June 13th, 1S'J7. bl.">  ELLIS 8c GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers:!: |j|  en Kirc lnsiirnnce Co.. of  Ileiireiculed ljy XV. Morris, Kevelstukc.       Cntj  ARcnW for tlio Qn  America.  IN TriEMATTEUOFTME "PLACER  MINING ACT (1891) AMENDMENT  ACT, 1S)5" (SECilUN 13). AND OF  THE "MINERAL ACT, l������Xi"  (SECTION 101).  -."rrtlcc i.������ lie-rctiy piven thnt His Ilonniir the  Ijientciinnt-ileivernrir in ileiiincil hn.- Ij"i-ii  l>]oa.s.;el to repeal tlie: re>Ktili;tieni of tho Iltli  ���������lay of Ilee-cmbcr, lhW, with rctrnrd te, relief  m.'n.tii"t fcirMtiirejowiiiK to the In.)---.: or a )-ri:>:  >llncr's Oirtificftie heretofore in force, and to  make the feilloivln^ rcKiiliitiona In rcsj,._ct  thereeif, such ref..:������.l nnel m*u- re.-(_;nIatioii to  teike: effect on the 1'tii mv ov S-ovkmbkr, 1s>07:  Any pe-r-em or joint stock company, )^;in^  tlu; holder of any iiiininc r.roi>orty, 'Ic.-irinir  relief njcRin^t. the forieitnro 'if hi" or iw inter-  c>t In such property hy re������~on of an omission  to obtain a new free miner's eertiticntc nn or -,\Rce 0_ b'-cintiin^  hefore; the day follow inic the expiration nf the  certillcati;, shall oht-erve tho following con-  clitlonse;  1. Kortlivrilh upon ascertaining the expiry of  hi.s certlftcato obtain a new one:  2. jVt the time of obtaining *ne-h new certificate. Hie with tho Kecoreler ls������ninir the: -ame,  anel po������t in the; P-ccord Ollice, a notice of hi*  intention to apply for relief:  :i. Within 30 davs from such filtnc transmit  to the Minister oi Mine the ioll.jwinj: eloeu-  menti anel fee:���������  (a.) .1 statntorv rteclaration setting forth the  circumstances ol such omi>-iflii. villi full particulars of the mining properties; holel hy tin;  applicant which woulel he offcctc'l with forfeiture:  (n.) -V certilieate; under the hanel of the Clnlel  flotiimissioner or Milling Jtccorelcr of each  elivision w-herein any eif the s-ahl properties is,  situate, that no tic.; has b"e:n 1'Osted, an'l that  no rccorei.H (other than those* mentionc-el in the  nalel certilieate, if any) adverse to the; applicant's interest in the said properties have been  maele by him eluring the time in which the  saiel applicant M-as neitin possession of a vali'l  e.-eistlnij free miner's certificate:  |r.l A eleclaration by the; applicant, or his  agent duly ceigni/ant of the leieatimi e.f the  grontitl of the applicant's properties, anel the  other facts affecting the case-, that he has  searched the; rccorels e.f claims rccordeel elurintj  the interval the: applicant was In elefault. and  that such claims do nut (except as may be.  therein stated) conflict with or overlap nny "I  flic properties of the applicant:  (n.J The* sum ol five dollars.  The Minister of Mines may thereupon give  instructions for tho alteration of the elate of  the applicant's frco miner's certilieate so as to  conform with the date of tho expiration of the  lapsed certificate, anel may also give in-tni':-  tions Ior such amendment to he* made to the  records affected as may be consielcred reepiis-  ite, and any such relief may be partial as to  properties in respect whereof relief is given, or  so as tei save aelvcrse rights acepiirctl eluring  default, of the; applicant.  JAMKS liAKKR,  I'roviucin" Secrclary will Minhlcr ol Mines.  Hum  In the Matter of the Land Act  Xo tlce is herebv ;_;iv':n that Michael Grady,  of ":. I.������-on lint* .-springs, in tho district of  Koot.:nay, the m\Mr of I.ot ll***i, t'roui. One,  Kootenay Pi������trie-t. will p-fter the expiration of  '.'O .-iay-. from the nr-! publication of this notie-e  apfdv to tlie Chief f'einimi������sie)ne:r of I.aneLs and  VVort"! tinder S������e '.io;i������ !>1 and 92 of the Land Ae-t  for the establishment of a public highway  over I_ot 1130, i.rouri One, Kootenny District,  according to ll.e: v-lan tenel survey eif the taid  road dejKisited in th-.-olliet; of the Chief Com-  ml-esleoier of Lan-i- and Work-i at Vieteiria.  Diti.-el nt Itevi-l'tol;". Itritii'Ii ejolnmbia. "th  November, li''-". -    ������������������-���������--  A. fi. M. SW.AG'IE,  oi Kevelstoko Station, H-f*..  ltlnOt        Solie-itnr f.,r -.he 'ai'l Mie-'nae-l t-.rnely.  elays  after  e:hief e.'ominis.  iil't'ly to t  nn.! Works to bo alleiwcd te>  cNotice,  Notice Is h,-r..'i.y giien. that Ol  date-, I intend t  -loner .,-f Land  j/urcha*.; le*o a- res i,f land, slluatt-el near the  SI. Leon Hot Spntigj, typpor Arrow Lake;, In lhe*  West I-itv;sle,n e.e Koote-nav lllstrtct, II. C anel  jnore iiartiriilntiv e|..-s,.rH.._fJ a> follows; fjom-  tnencinK at n pe.si markcel "Initial I'osi" nlant-  C'l at the s.-A. ,.,,rn..r 0f :_,rti^ land; tlience:  north '") chsl'-.s; t|..iie-e (.-i^t to chain"; tlience  semth Cii chain-: th'-ncc west sc; e-hains t" the  1'igned)   M. GKAIiV.  Ht. I/ein Hot ?princ-. i.in flct. 18!". i'oftlSt  im ������ d i& rff is M 1  r  Agent for the BHcltensclerrer  Typewriter  r. b. vciiiiS  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  ���������j    '��������� REVELSTOKE,   B.C.  t#^  PEASE & CO..  ~mrrmrAtrtr\Wffi*.  .DEALEUS IN.  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS   HAY,   FLOUR   AND   FEED~=^s-   FINE ASSORTMENT OF TEA, COFFEE, BISCUITS, SOFT DRINKS ALWAYS   IN   STOCK  "'ff*^ ":*!������   TiiA\*i*   *"&*   ^a-*"!?1 "rff  U  AVTN-J  secured tlie services of a Fibst Class Plumuicr,  i 1 Ave would, invite Uie attention of the Revelstoke public  to the fact. Estimates given on all kinds of plumbing* work'  Baths, closets and water connections under the most improved  and modern style, and subject to tlie inspection of the  Sanitary Board of British Columbii. Having years of experience in furnace work, wo are in a position to give  estimates and make all lnaterid in first class style for the  erection of same, and will be pleased to give'ad'ice either in  of   new or -in   rcnova'.iua   and   remodelling   old  erect'ng  fun  laces.  ALL  WORK   GUARANTEED  ill  a  Hardware Merchant  McCarty   Block, Pacific Avenue, Revelstoke Station  Revelstoke-  Wood Working Factory  TIPPY & VVKIlUIT, i'noi'lUKTolls-.  Frama  #!���������  Window and"Door  made to order.  Store-and Office Fixtures.  AU   Kinds   of    Sashes   and  Doors   in   stock.      Odd  - Sizes made to order.  Thk u. Taci'ino  Hon I'rxe*���������0" Tin:  I.vmiier  Y.iito,  Revelstoke Station,  B C.  Rhodesia restaurant  -1   ** and-BOARDING HOUSE,  Coi*.Ni:it ov i^Ktosn SniKt-rr anii.  Ol'TON  AVKNl-K,  REVELS'OKS   STATION.  ENGI.ti-II moKINfi under the siipcrintciitl-  enee of Mrs. I.ii|>������-nrtli.  Iilnlng I'.ooin attendeel to personally hy the  proprietor.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  Cleanliness and civility onr motto.    Terms  moeleratc.  Maugtf A. J. LAI'WOKTII   l'rn|irietor.  First C1bj38 Danco Hall To Lot  Stockholm House  J. Albert Stone,  Proprietor.  T.ilile- fiii-iiis-hecl with tlie chok-i'St. the;  nisirki������r..)IToi-iIh. Ucst Wines. Lii|iioi's  ���������ir.el CiKin'"- Ltti'Hi' liirht, lic-tl riioms.  Jt:tte-H : $1.00 :i chiy.   Monthly into.  Ts found by Ilouse-  . - keepers   who   use  McQlary's Fanxous Stoves  in cold weather.  t^j. We   can   save you money on  ������������== Heating and Cooking Stove*. It  will pay you to call and examine  cur stock.  BOURNE BROS/ Stoves and Hardware,  REVELSTOKE STATION. ���������  XjA  T  CHANCE  V  To secure: one: nf Ilieise: clt-sirnhle  loin    OIIKAP   nn   the;  C.  .t   IC.  .Sti-;itn ".ivi^tilicin Cei.'.-i site*.  Dont. vvuit till lhe  Iiooin   hits  the   town   in   the  spring  like:  ,i  cycleiiii'. lmt ttlJY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE,  u Sole Agents.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lsrdeau and Trout Lake District  SADDI.": A.Nil  I'AC'K  HOUSES  AIjVVAY' FOIt  II IRK. y      ���������  ���������>  FKEinrrnxG  a site a.mint;  a specialty.  ,!������-  Daily Stugc leaves Thomson's Lnneliiig every morning ������17 o'clock Ior Trout Lake City.  I'or particulars write #,..A.r.   .   ���������������������������.,,,���������   ���������, ,    v  C1.-AIG & 1IILLMAN, Thomson s Lan.dixg.  &/&,  Dealers in all kinds of  faffiflffi*^  Funeral Directors and Embalmers.  Upholstering and Kcpnlr Work a Specialty. Mail Orders given Prompt Attention.  OKGANS AXl) riAXOS.  jVgents for Itiiymoit'l S-'cwing Machine, Manufacturers' Life Insurance  Society, Union Fire  Insurance Co.. Provincial Iluilding ek Ixian Association.  "R.*E1V"E! X. S~C O *K:_E3  S-C-A-TJIOliT;,    S. C.  THE-  Kootenay  ~ Lumber  Co.  -COMAPLIX, B.C.  Limited.....  Liability.  All Kinds of Rough and Dressed   LUMBER  At the cejnijinny's slore is carried a full  stock of General Merchandise. Miners'  Supplies and O.utfits at close rates.  R.  p. o. arrowhead.  Telegraph to Comaplix,  TAPPING,  Agent for Revelstoke

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