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 -���������-���������-���������^--^rt .y*jwaA~w*y-������wtt"������i TriraM ������  /    ^'  * ������      '  ,    ^        _^ *  r  ��������� '���������        j-..        ���������������   -t     ���������"���������  -ISSTTIEilD   TWIOE-A-WBEK - WED1TESDATS    -AJETID    SA.,TTJI^3DJ^.-5ifS-  Vol.  II.    No.  6.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  1    Company  Sn " [lNCOIlI'OKATKD 1C70J  'in  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters  gi  c   )$ in Western Canada.  Intending Prospectors shoulel write, us  for one of our new Folders, which  contains an excellent Map anil an  estimate of the probable cost of a  complete outfit for the Gold Fields.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  r-,    - Calgary.  -Calgary, Feb. 1, IS*.*".  !?g&?gg������35^SSS������3^y,  I  J  .Haig.'&-Crage  Sole Agents for  f^eyeistoke  Townsite  MINING,    '  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGEr  Barrister. Solicitor,  &c.  Notary Public."       -   "  ._  * Office upsta'rs In Smith's block. P.ieiGc Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B.   C.  WM.. WHITE, Q. C,  Hj'RRI'-tei'., Solicitor, Nor.ir.Y Pvelic', Etc.,  "-  **-, Revelstoke, B.C. '.  *"otf  Solicitor for Imperial Hank of Cniiada.,  GAM3LE  &  O'REILLY,  Civil ExfiiNEi-nis. Phovincial'L.'.nd  SUHVKYOl"*-.  Accountants and General Agents,  Kel-on and Rosi-land, West Knotonay,  liritish Columbia.  F. C. ~avi'.i.p, .1. P., M. Inst. C. I-:., JI.- Can. Soc.  C. K.. I*. 1.. S. for P.. C (laic He*.idcnt Kn-  eirieer   lli'pnrtincm   of   Public   Works   in  Canada in 11. ('.,) Xel-on, It. 0.  ".'.���������-vcis .1. O'llKit.i.Y, Assoc. -M. Inst. C*. K., I*. T.. ~.-  for 11. C, llosslHiiei, II. C*. _. Hjlytl  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insufan'cef,"Coni_r__!ission ancTMiningy  Brokers. -  Agents for the Queen Fire Insurance Co., of  America.  Represented by ~V. Morris, Beyclstoke.        1'iii'f  ROBERT"  SAMSON,  ��������� Dealer in Wood.  Driving  ������nd   Pc'.ivjy Work n jspocialls   nt  lO'vest rriei's.  Teaina always ready at a moment's notice,  Agent for lhe Stand inl Oil Compmiy.  The Revelstoke Photo Co,  Fn-nio: Douglas Stkf.et.  Revelstoke,   -    -    -    B.C.  Sdlf  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. -653.  Hr-Rulir m"**tings are he'd in the*  Oddiellowi-  Hall on the soco-id  ar.d  _ fourth Wiilno eluvn of each month at  J* 7:31 pin.   VUiting brethren cordially  2" invited.  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham. R.  Our business during theXoias  rush equalled if not surpassed  our fullest expectations, and we  wish to thank the numerous  friends .and cus'omers, who  helped to make things lively.  Busi.iess must be kept up  although the holidays are over,  und with this object in view we  caU attention to the following  announcement :  Our Dry Goods Department  has been Ihoi-oughly  overhauled since the rush"subsided. All our stock is in splendid' shape Jancl, new lines have  r~c~nt.~Jbeen added. 'We wish  to draw special attention to our  bargains in -  Imported Flannels and Flannellettes  Pieces of Dross Goods   -  A Stock of Hosiery, just imported  A Well Assorted Stock of Silks  Gents' Furnishing; Department  ;@!P  [_������@II(S  than a F.-incv Vest. I cun  givo you special valiu* in these  during tliis mouth���������a beauty  at .*���������_ 1. .  &L io Uolsoirv  Merchant Tailor.  Kevelstoke Station.  f. Mccarty,  Wholesale and Retail Dealer is-  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton,  Sausage  Fish and Game in Season  Markets  at   Revelstoke,  Kevelstoke Station,  Nakusp, Trout Lake City and Ferguson.  Sjatf ..-���������"'  .NOTICE  To Contractors, Business Men  or Families -~r        '  Requiring any amount of Rrcad from 1 to 1000  loaves can have same 011 shortest notiee-from  Kevelstoke Station Uakeky.*. Our ovens are  large and A 1, capable of turning out oneton  of IS read daily.. Also Flour at lowest prices by  the ton or cwt." ~  Canned'Good3, Confrctlonerv'and Fruit  Free  delivery   to  any, part  of   city  or  on  trains.  Re7elstoke"Station Bakery  A. N. Smith,.Proprietor. '  J.    R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Euccesiors to "Till". Bros. & Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  in Beef,-Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVELSTOKE.  All ordcr-j In onr lino promptly filled.  f  A HAMILTON LADY  Permanently cui-ecl of catarrh. Japanese Catauh Cure cures. Miss Lola-  tourcl of 187 Main St., Bust Hamilton,  writes: Japanese Catarrh Cure cured  me of a long standing case of catarrh.  I have* tried nearly all other remedies,  lint they only relieved temporarily.  Since using Japanese Catarrh Cure,  about one. year ago, iny catarrh has  not troubled ,me>. - Sold by W. A.  Grilllths & Co., 50 cents.  Ou account of the large proportion  of ���������'��������� menthol in Magic Liniment, you  will find it invaluable foi headaches,  neuralgia, toothache and all pains.  Magic Liniment in superior to all  others.   For sale by  -_-^-'W. A. Griffiths & Co., |  IJIieUOIHT.", llr.VELSTOl.1".  A well assorted stock of Men's  Clothing made by the best cloth-  ing houses iu C.nada is now  open to inspection by the public.  Our Suits arc in all styles and  for lit and cut look just as well  as cusvom-made clothes at a  third of the cost.  The Grocery and Provision  Department  is always kept stocked  with a full supply in every line  of the best and freshest goods.  We are agents for Earn Lai's Tea,  the very best in the market:  Our prices are made to.suit the  limes. We always keep ia our  warehouses a good stock of hay,  oats and vegetables.  The   Holidays  are over-*"-' : *_���������������������������---".  V  But we must Ite'ep 011 doing a  holiday ti-nclt- in order to meet  coiiiiii.ii'.ds. To enable us to do  this our pi-ices on Groceries,  Confectionery, Flour. Feed. Hay,  Potatoes, lite".. havebi*en reduced  to tlie lowest notch. AVe ensure  prompt and careful delivery, and  give careful attention lo 'mail  orders. Term**: Cash on the 1st  of every month.  Hutchison & Co.  The Popular Grocers.  -Ehe de sia^-  Restaurant  and Boarding House,  corner of second street and orton avenue,  Kevelstoke Station.  KLONDIKE NEWS  The Story of a Persevering Prospector.  ���������Lost Everything in the River Last  Spring and Conies Back With $350,-  000 Worth of Property.���������The Sulphur  Creek Discovery and Stampede.���������  Condition of Affairs With Regard to  the Food Supply and Mail Transport.  (Fiom Our Seattle Correspondent.)  Seattle, Wash.', Jan. 29.���������The s. s.  City, of Seattle which arrived a few  days ago from Dyea brought down  some forty oelel passengers, the most  of whom came direct from Dawson  City. They all seemed to be well supplied with the yellow -metal, which is  at present so concerning the banking  fraternity of the world, lest so much  of it gets into circulation that it will  get beyond their control.  Among the passengers was Mr. Geo.  Brimstoii, in whom~we have been very  much interested. Mr. Briniston left  Seattle on the 10th-of Match last  bound for-the Klondike. Everything  went all o. k., the lakes were reached  and in* company .with three others,  they built a ��������� boat - and got ready to  float down the river as soon as the ice  went out. One morning they woke  up to find the river -clear of that obstruction, and they 'at .once launched  their hoat, loaded, in supplies and  started on their journey down stream,  admiring the beautiful scenery. All  went well until the month of the Little  Salmon river was reached. Here till  of a sudden they-came up to the ice,  gorged in the mouth of a canyon, and  before' they realized their situation  their boat was -sucked ' under  the. ice and they . only escaped by  jumping out. Three of the party succeeded ni' climbing" on to the ice, but  Mr. Briniston was less fortunate. He  floated under a point of ice and into an  open, channel where the swift current  c'������i'ri(*dl^J.iii)'..elown .the streain^for a  half-mile before he was rescued. "Had  he not been" a-:powerlul man, and a  gooel swimmer, lie, (to use his own  words,) would be "sleeping with MeGinty." They finally reaclied"Dawson  with nothing but the clothes which  they had ou, Mr. Briniston not even  having any hat. Not. having any  money or provisions, Mr. Briniston  was compelled to go to work. Wages  were $15 a day. so he did not have to  work very long before he had sufficient to get a "grub stake, when he  cpiit and went to prospecting. After  following up t wo uiiMicecssf'il stampedes lie, in company with ��������������� Mr. Ole-  - English Cooking under the superintendence  of Mra. Lapworth.  Meals at all hours. ',  Cleanliness and civility our motto. . Terms  moderate,  ���������jftf MRS. LArWOKTH, Proprietress.  Tapping's Theatres'"  Near Station.  Best in the Interior.  Erected ISO".  Cor. Victoria Ed. and Cfcmnaught Ave.  A very strong frame structure, 30xG~, two  storey, each ceiling being 12 It. clean; a first  class stage, 16x30; two private boxes; two  dressing rooms, 12x15 ft. each; changes of  scenery; ventilators; reflectors; 24 electric  lights installed, arranged so as to suit any  stage act; a good ball room floor. Everything  complete. A good piano and all the latest  modern improvements. Everything strictly  iirstj'class. To let only to respectable people.-  No others need apply. Charges moderate.  2flm '  R- TAPPING, Proprietor.  well  down the river, but he has not  yet succeeded in reaching Dawson.  A ton or more of mail for Dawson is  scattered along down the lakes and  river at, the various police stations.  Both the. United States and Canada  are censured severely for the dilatory  manner in which the: two governments  act in regaid to the carrying of the  mails from Dyea or Juneau to Dawson and other Yukon points, but the  aci ions of governments come like a  raise, of wages���������very slow.  CONTEMPORARY OPINION  KEEP cool.  The Trail Smelter has been sold for  good rhis time, and the C. P. R. gets  it. No better news could come to  Trail. It means that Trail is now .1 C.  P. R.town, iu all the name" implies.  It means that " Canada's National  Highway" with all its wealth and  power, is behind Trail, and that it will  push us along the high road, to success  at such a rate that some of ns will  have fill we cun do to hold our hats  on our heads.���������Trail Creek News.  OF A BROKEN" HEART.  Mayor Templeton's death was about  a trageely. At the last moment in the  contest for a second tei m'as chief  magistrate of the city his friends  seemed to have deserted -him. After  the tight wns over and he. went home  a beaten man; he told of, the shameful  lies that had been - circulated about  him, anel remarked : " These slanders  cut into my heart like a knife." _ He  never held up his head, again. A few  hours afterwards'he said: "I-am  sinking; I am a dying man." He gave  instructie ns to his wife regarding his  children and quietly went to sleep, a  sleep f 1 om whicli he never awakened,  although life remained in the body for  thirty-six hours. Many say that  Templeton died of a, broken heart, but  the doctor's verdict is. " burst' a blood  vessel on the broin."���������Rossland Times.  .:    POLICE COURT  Before J. D. Sibbald, S. M.  At 3 p.m. on Thursday afternoon  Mathew Pettipiece was arraigned before His Worship on a charge of noti-  snpport and neglect of his wife and  Family of six. under age, of South Edmonton. The prosecution asketl for  a remand of eight days to allow time  for the plaintiff to arrive. Bail was  fixed at $1000, two sureties in $500.  W. White. Q. C. appeared for the  prosecution.  ANOTHER GOOD CRY GONE  The Liberals of Bi itish Columbia  have got quite .1 ~olj befoie them and  that is to bcju.iie approval of the ion-  cessions made by the Liberal government at Ottawa to Mann to Mackenzie  to aid the Stickine-Teslin railway  and denunciation of the giant made  by the Turnei government last se*ssion  to aid the Cassiar Centi.vl. The popular outcry against the deal uiarle with  W.irlnuton Pike is the real basis of  Libeial hope of winning in ths next  piovinci.il election. The Cassiar concessions did exeite considerable indignation, p.uticul.iily in the mining districts of the piovinte and made .1 fine  election ciy. They the good, pure  honest Liberals "\ ould nevei have done  anything like that, oh. dear no. And  now to theii disgust conies along the  Laurier government capping the  Cassiar deal on e\ery point. Did  Wiirbui ton Pike get a lease of 7C0.000  r(ies for 35 yeais for 75 miles of railway���������Mann & Macken/.ie are to get an  iibsolute grant of thiee "and three  quaiter million acies lor 150. Pike  was limited to .1 certain defined urea.  Mann & Mackenzie have the whole  expanse of the gold-be.uing fields of  Northwest to pick from. Under the  Cassiar bargain a piospettor certainly  h'is some kind of a shew. He can  ���������piospect on tho loasc*cl lauds and can  compel the company to take him in a  woi king partner, if the-y v. ant to develope his discoveries. On the M.-um-  Mackenzle grant the mineral is theh-b  as soon as the lands are located. No  one else can touch it. Mr. Her&chell  Cohen should hang himself us high a  Hainan in disgust. He simply is not  in it. It is computed that the railway  will cost about thiee and a half  millions to build. For eveiy dollar  spent, Mann to Mackenzie will have an  aci e of pic ked land, which at a very  model ate estimate ought, if pioperly  handled in the maiker, while the piesent. excitement is on, to fetch them 111  at least ten. And besides all this, in  .lace ot the tremendous denunciations  of the monopoly clauses in the C. P. R.  ch.utei, ou which so much Gut  eloquence was expended lor so many  years, a complete monopoly of the  transportation into Yukon for live  ye.us. The ptovineial Giit papers aie  swallowing all this like oysters. But  with wi y faces, as they have to take it  with Cassiar flavoring.  THE DOMINION PARLIAMENT  C. B. Hume & Co.  Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke and.  Trout Lake City, B. C. "  pyBLIG Afcl'GTltfN  There will be sold by pulillc. action, pursuant  to the decree of Honorable Mr. Justice Forin  made in an action in tho Connty Court of  Kootenay holden at Revelstoke on 19tli day of  January^ 1S93, of. Mcearthy v������. Kenncdy,.by C.  E. Shaw, Deputy Sheriff, at the Columbia  Hotel in the town of Revelstoke, B. C, on  Saturday, the* 26th (lay of  February, 1898r  at the hour of 11 o'clock in tha forenoon, the-  "GLADSTONE" MINERAL CLAIM, flluate on  the west stele of a gulch, on the north side of  the Canadian Pacific Railway track, opposite  Muir's  tunnel,   about Two- MiLla   from   the  Illecillewaet River; and about Three. Miles  east from lllccilleft act Station.       n  Particulars and conditions of sale may be  had of the Deputy Sheriff, and at theplaco of  sale, and of  WM. WHITE, Q. C,  I RuvcJstoko, B. C.  "   Dated Ut rcbruary. l^S..  son 7rrIcl"MrT"Meigg-s, was"Teturniiig".  They came across what is known as  Sulphur Creek and after discussing the  possibility of there being gold in the  favorable looking gravel they decided  to sink a shaft., Thev hncl gone down  ten feet without finding, any color  when at eleven feet they struck the  pay streak whicli was three feet thick,  and averaged $2.7.) to the pan, and on  bed lock every pan ran from $7. to  $12. _ And so was one of the best gold  producing streams in the Klondike  district discovered. When this discovery became known, the excitement  knew no hounds. Men actually fell  over each other in the mad rush for  gold. Mr. Brimstoii, in his jovial way.  said, " Why ! for three months I kept  my pack made up continually, with  live days rations in iI. so that I could  grab it. at any'time, (lay or night, and  run, for minutes might mean tho.is-  anels of dollars.  Mr. Briniston is a shrewd business  man and through this and his persevering qualities he has acquired some  of the most valuable properties on the  famous Skooki.m Gulch, All "Gold  Creek and Sulphur Creek, besides other  smaller interests. Skookum Gulch  and Sulphur Creeks are the two richest of the Klondike dis'riet and All  Gold is the next. His holdings on  these three alone at a low estimate  aie valued at $a-50.000.  'In order to give you some idea of  a Klondike stampede," said Air. Briniston. "there was Bryant creek. Well  that'entire creek was staked off within an hour and I hat at eleven o'clock at  night. Men running were in every direction nnd some actually fell dead on  the trail."  Mr. Brimston's party left Dawson  Dec. 14. They report provisions very  scarce at that place. Fort Yukon is  also reported, under martial law. Capt.  Ray and Lieut. Richardson, U. S. A.  are in charge. Rations ai'e dealt out  'daily. Those who have money pay  for them and those who have not are  compelled to saw- wood for their supplier.  Major- Walsh- and. party were met  THE   CHAMBER OF MINES  TUPPER   FAVORS   THE   "MANN-  MACKENZIE CONCESSIONS  The Toronto World Denounces." the  Deal���������Tompkins Discovers , Another  Injustice to the United States'"���������Severe  Fighting in West Africa���������Execotion  of^the Boy Alison: for the? Murder; of  Mrs. Orr.       -   - ���������   -���������- ���������^*  (Special to the"vHkraxd )"'  Ott'W-\, Feb." 5���������Sir Charles Tupper  made ,i shoit speech in the house yesterday* fa voting'the Teslfn Railway  concessions. Incidentally'he remarked that Canadian mining.laws should  be framed so as to treat '"Americans  exactly as Canadians 'are treated nr  the United States.*   *       -*,--;.*->--  ���������  Toronto, Feb. S.-^-Th'e Toronto  World says that" the -Yukon' railway  deal will make uiillons ,for-its: con~-  tiactors,* who win float: tfrejsct'etiie.'. in  England, and .that", the government  has given up valuablefmnchises.  Washington*,"' ,Fefe ���������" 5.���������Senator  Tompkins informed the"hohse that'  while Canada was -harrassing- - "and  fining captains pf.' Uhited^States fishing boats for slight infractions of tfhe  fishery laws, that the-United States"  government were allowing,,Canadians  to make ������he same infraction's without  any action being taken'. He'askwl'for'  retaliation. -V J. ",'  "; ~   '"  Berlin,  FebL  5.���������AHisb'nV'jfn'e' &jy  who mm-deied Mrs.' Orr, tl& .wife q������a  farmer in Waterloo, coan'ty^nd* Bur-"  ied the remains',* was"hanged _*.t"'BerlItT ���������  at 8 o'clock ?est������i-da.y.-  He left .alnbtfe  saying that he was sorry forlile crime.  He killed  his victim from illjwill and  he hoped no one would tmri thV driiner  up to disgrace his people".'' -~':\   <-"."_  Bonny, West Africa,- Feb.'K-^Sev'-"  ei e figh t ing has - taken' place * between'  British troops and the" Ed'ilvabr jfiKVeiV'  arBrilish officers' have' beeju.kllledr5- ~  New York-, Feb.* S.���������Olosing".quota-"  tions yesterday : Bar silver" fiBJ;" "(Sop-"  per $10.78; Lead $3.45.    -������-:*-    "-'"    -  Property Bonded on-Pool Creek.  The Lardeau counti**^" is "notbeinfr  neglected. The lionding of the" Opliir,-  California and Oregon, bnTool creek,-  has already lieen'.'Jr'epbited: These  mines are located at a'~>oin"-l������nlJIes'*  from  Lai dean. Citv. whicli."is on 'the  .The   Consolation Mine.  J. D. Boyd got in with mail from  the Big Bend on Thursday and went  out again this morning.- There is very  little going on up in the Bend. The  Consolation people have not yet struck  their pay streak, but still are working  in pay gravel of the same character as  they were in just before striking the  the slide. They think they are through  the slide now and are putting on two  more men. and will work a day and a  night bhift.  CORRESPONDENCE  A Pointer for the Blighted One  To the Editor of lhe HERALD:  1>i~au Sin,���������Allow me a few lines in  regard to "A Blighted Being." He  seems Lo labor under a misapprehension that he. is boycotted. He cites a  number ol his gooel qualities us reasons  for fitness for public oflice. Honesty  is not an essential, rather the opposite.  Who ever heard of award politician  who paid his debts to the extent of  "100 cents on lhe dollar." His gain is  another man's loss.  If Mr. Tapping wishes public office  let him adopt the usual tactics. Announce himself as candidate for the  particular, office which he desires.  Solicit support and get a nominator.  Then allow the public to decide  whether he is possessed of "more gall  than brains.",. Should he be elected as  alderman on the prospective council I  would suggest that he use every endeavor to secure the position of chairman of the streets committee. He  could in that way control the vote of  the laboring men of Revelstoke.  Another Bliohtkd Being.  Among the passengei son the Corona,  which was wrecked at the mouth of  the Skeena, was Mr. D. Ferguson, who  lost his whole outfit iu the wreck. He  has returned to Victoria.  There are 120 tons of Silver Cup ore  waiting shipment at the Landing now.  As soon as there are 200 tons there,  the company will felch in the Kooten-  av to break the ice on the Arm aud  takeout the ore*,-  On Feb 15th a meeting will lie held  in the Hotel Vancouvei at Vancouver  -to adopt-a constitution foi the tiew-B.  C. Chamber of Mines. As will be seen  by tho following list of the chief objects, of the Chamber's woi k. its scope  will he both extensive and useful :  1. To ptomote and protect the mining interests luid-industiies of the  Piovince ot British  Columbia.  2. To consider all questions connected with the mining industry, and  to promote public discussion thei eon.  3. To ptomote legislative and other  measures alfee ting such mining indus-  tty.  ���������1. To collect and circulate statistics  and other information relating to such  mining industiv.  5. To communicate with and exchange information upon mining matters with ch.imbei.s of ;miim>s or go\-  I'liiinent departments of mines in the  Dominion of Canada and other coun-  li ies.  0. To proem e infoi m.ition as to  mines, mining companies, and .ill  matters l elating thereto, and circulate  the same.  7. To establish, form and maintain  a library, and museum of models,  specimens, designs, drawings, anc*  other articles of interest in connection  with the mining industiv, for the use  of members.  8. To act as arbitrators in the settlement of any disputes ai ising of mining  if so lequested.  The c hamber ia to consist of representative, associate, honoi.uy.foreign  ar.d visiting members. The representative* member*, will be the noui.niees  of mining syndicates an.l companies,  while any one directly interested in  mining can become an associate members on nomination and election and  the payment of a subscription. The  incorporation of the chambe*r is to be  procured. As n body through which  the opinions and l eeitiirements of mining men can be foi iinilnt(_*d and turned to account either by mging legislation or other ways, this chamber  seems to be woi thy of the support, of  e\ery mining man iu the province.  It recurs to the Herm-D however that  in order to make itself really effective  committees of the chamber- should be  appointed for enih mining district,  which would be able to keep in touch'  and cor-i-espodence with a central committee, located wherever seemed best'  I to the whole chamber.-  noith end of Upper Arrow Lake.  'An'  assay of Ophir ore gives' 1.32 ounces in"  g-old,_.'*16.'l"-6niices_in-, -silver,' s~Via--Ifc8~=  per cent,   copper.   Mr.   J.   Thornton  Langley  holds  the   bond; and  state-  that  there  are   two' leads, ��������� nlhnihfe"  thiough Lhe three claims. ' One lead is"  20 feet wide, and lies b'etween'lime and  slate.   There are several pay'chutes in1  this lead of high-grade   ore.   :Th������-' val-"  ues are carried in the  "chutes. Which'  aggregate from  18 to 20 inches in the  lead.    The other lead   is,i2-feet'~yjde,-  with  walls of lime.   Thes-ore in" tliis"  vein contains more le-id'thattheothei-C-  ���������News-Advertiser. '   "  ' r.  The French Creek Co. ���������  A e-ase is-pending" of much *irit'erest_T  to mining men. Through the middle  of the French Creek Co's gTound- lie*"  the bed of the creekVwhbrt* tlie dld\  workings were located ~t_..the, lime* t}f  the French creek stampede in '68. Thd*  company did not1 take' this ground up,-  thinking no doubt tliat it, w{ts worked  out, but confined, themselves tt> the-  bench lands on each sile. '.-Now F.  Vandall, S. J. Baker, and Al. Black  are making applicatronV-each fdi' a1  lease of a placer claim, the "three com-  pr ising these -ahandoneel(,: workings.-  The e ompany intended to- send* tlreir"  tailings on tb this ground and will'  contest the grant of tbe applicottons-,*  Important Mining Suit'  Messrs. Cunningham.* & McGuire.*-  the owners of the Gold Bog Fractional'  mineral claim adjoining t^ie Silver  Cup havebroughtan actionagainst'tbe'  Sunshine Limited who are the' dwners-  of the Sunshine group, claiming heavy  damages  for   trespassing upon'   th*'  Gold   Bug  claim   in -cutting   timber  thereon   and   in   dumping the waste  material from the-Silver, Cup' tunnel'  working* on to the Gold  Bug claim.*  An injunction   Was- obtained   in   tha'  Supi erne Court. Victoria,- a cxmple of  days- agev restraining  the* Sunshine'  Limited from further acts, of trespass*  until   the  trial   qf  the  action.    Mr-  White. Q.C., of ReVeIstoke?^for plain-"  tiffs,   and    McPhillipps; . Wdottbn, 4"  Barnard, of Victoria. fortbe-Sdn'sbine'  Limited:-    This- litigation* *is~. beiiigr*"  watched with gfeat'-i~Jte-~rf-rt by tbtt'  miniDg public. - . . ''-'. -"--   .-- >���������; Revelstoke  Herald  Fublished In interests of  ReTelstoke, lard.au, Big Bend, Trout Lako  niedllewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pttn and Eagle Pass Districts.  JOHNSON Pi������opi-lelo<-.  B. OROQAN Editor.  A Semi-Wceklr Journal, piibHshe* in tlio  l������t*re*_t_t of Boi-elstoko and the nnrroundlnn  mstritt. "Wednesdays aad Batnrdajs, making  clawat oouBeetioBi wltk all trains.  AdTorUalnB_.Bat-t: Display nds, *|l SO per  column laoh,f~.(X> per lnoh whonlnsertedoo title  Dag*. Legal ads. 12a per-(oonparell) line for  ftm Insartioa; Bo for each additional Insertion,  tleadlnirnotices, 13c per lino each issue. Birth,  Uarnago and Dealt- notices, froe.  Bntaeription Rates: By mail or carrier. IS 00  .perann-gm; * 1,1* tor six months, strictly in  ad-ranee.   -.- _ - .  Osr Job-Department: lur. Hem...* Job  Department Is one of the beat equipped  printlag odoos in West Koottnay, and Is prepared to execute all kinds ot pnuting in tlrat  ���������las* style at honest prices Ono price to all.  No Job tew large���������none too small���������for us. Mail  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial  ob your next order.   - '  To Correspondents: Wo Invito correspond-  eaoe ob any subject of Interest to ilia general  publio, ibi'-deelra a reliable regular correspondent i-l������'- every locality surrounding  Bjsrelstoke.v In all cases tho bona fide namo  of.the writer mustaecompony manusciipt,Dut  ���������sot necessarily tor publication.  Address all communications  "   '-'REVELSTOKE HERALD  ~:    f-."'.": Revelstoke, a. C.  I  CONSTANTINE   REPORTS     ALL  WELL AT THE CAPITAL  THE PASSES IN BAD SHAPE  NOTICE TO COBRESPONDENTS.  t. All   eorrespemdenee   mm*,   bo   legibly  written onCeno side ot the paper only.  -t. Correspondence      containing      personal  matter nrast be signed -irltb.lhe pr pername  of the wi*ter.'*    .'-'..  3. i.'orrssBOBdence with reforonee to any  thlag that has appeared-In another paper  must, lrut bo offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in Thk Hehalu.  SATURDAY.  FEBRUARY   5.   1S08.  V'BOOK/-REVIEWS  GENERAL NEWS  The Year'rjiook'of Bri/itih    Columbia  andjl/a/neei/'o/ Provincial Infor-  - ..ttiatioii.'to wliich is ac"ded a chapter containing much special information" respecting'.tlio Canadian  ' -Yukon' and   Northern   Territory  generally,"1* by'-'   R.     K.   Uosnell,  Librarian -.. Legislative    Assembly  . and"**Secreta"ry Bureau Statistics,  Vict'o'ria',/B. (J.. 1887.   Price (post  ' tree') (S2:o0; ."'".'  7  . Tho rapid pi-ogress of the great Province of British Cijlumbia and the in  terest cre'atedby're'eerit valu iblo discoveries id. the'mining districts havo  attracted ' very great attention towards thfl'T' country situated on the  Paciflc'p'.s/pe "of the Rockies.   To meet  ."ihe.pneisent demand for", authentic nnd  accurate Information as to the resources of tKejprovince as well as Lo furnish all-'the'information possible of an  historical,";-political and sociological  character has been .the:- ambitious aim  of the author, an'd it is necessary onlv  te look'into the pages of bis book to  become.ejonviriced of his success*. The  volume'now before us, for which we  are indebted to the" courtesy of the  authoiV.iB'''i?n-eatly bound book of over  "00 pages," including nearly 100 illustrations historical, biographical, and  local. There*1" is'-'absolutely nothing  connected with the Province of British  Columbia which is not fully explained  in the minutest detail. --The history of  the proyihce'-'.'i'its institutions���������p.-irlia-  mentary/judicial and social���������its vast  mineral and other resources, its trade,  finance'and its social conditions are  net forth' in ji manner'which proves  Mr, GosnelK". painstaking 2"s well as  an ahle..writer,  Perhaps to.us,, who are more deeply  interested in the'gr������at gold discoveries  in the far north,' the chapter on the  Canadian Yukon isthe most interesting, moreover as'it has been written  not for" the  'purpose-of    helping  a  ���������''boomn~-biit-to..upply-the=demand=for-  information." The description of tho  Yukon is gathered from what should  ' be the best source.*.; _ Warburton Pike  signs the chapter entitled "A Traveller's Views'." /"The Affluents ot the  Yukon"-is from-I he pen of William  Ogilvie/.D.LLS. The are some useful  hints oh '-Outfitting and Expenses."  The "Rbutes -.to the Klondyke" are  fully discussed, amongst them being  those from Calgary by lhe Mackenzie  river and by the "Liard river routes,  which are very fully dealt with.  Accompanying the year book are a  series ot specially prepared maps  embracing the Kootenay district, the  Province of/British Columbia arid the  Yukon 'territory, giving tho latent  railway information as well as the  variou.-e Klondyke routes. Altogether  the work ie mostcomplete a^id forms a  valuable'addition to Canadian literature. Mr. Gosnell may well congratulate hiipself on the highly successful  result of hie'laborious undertaking.  Aerial Cable Over the Chilcoot���������Hay  Scarce at $50 Per Ton���������Useless  Dogs Who Can't Stand the Climate  ���������What Inspector Wood Says���������U.  S. Authorities   Have   Broken Faith  Ottawa, .Ian. 2." ���������A letter has been  received at lieaduunrterK from .Superintendent Constantine, who hns charge  of the Mounted Policu ac Dawson. It  is dated December tl. Ho says that  all is well. No mail from tho south  had yet been received. Ho had not  heard from Major Walsh at. the date  of writing.  "ROM skagway  A letter has been received from Inspector Wood, dated Skagway, Jan.  11. He says that during tiie previous  week, between 215 and '.10 'men bad  arrived at Skagway from Dawson,  among them Dr. Wills, who left Dawson, Dec. 10. and passed Selkirk on the  20th. Up to December 20th. 321 persons had passed Selkirk on the* ice on  their wav out to the const;, and about  50 others before the river froze, or in  all 371 persons have come out from  Dawson bv way of the passes since the  Northern Yukon was bound up in ice.  Dr. Wills pissed Judge McGHire's  camp on tlic28bli. and that of Major  Walsh on Llie 30th. J. D.. McGregoi,  one of Mnjnr Walsh's offleei'3, who left,  Lake Bennett with an outfit of horses  nnd docs, was at the Canyon between.  Lnkes Marsh and Laburgc on Jan. (i.  Tliirtv mile river was slill open. McGregor wrote Inspector Wood on Jnn.  7l h that if horses could not be got below  Lake Lubai ge, he would go through  himself with dog teams, lh was sending to Major Walsh all the dogs lie  could spare, together with b.icon and  flour from 20 tons of stores McGregor  lias with him. If he cannot get below  Lake Labarge he proposes to build a  log house and store his provisions  tliere. going on himself by dog team.  Tagish post was getting short of supplies, and Inspector Wood proposed to  replenish Iiy employing the police at  Tagiah to drag supplies on sleds. He  also reports that U.S. customs' officials  at Skngway are still making importers  of Canadian goods pny a duty, or pav  an American customs officer $S or ,*30  a day to escort them to the boundary.  The aerial cable for the Chilcoot Pass  was to be ready on Feb. 5. It has a  capacity of siO tons a dav. The charge  is to be 15 cents a pound.  The Humbolt Mining efc Exploration  Co., who were going to drive 500 head  of- cattle! and horses across the  country over tho Dalton trail to Sol-  kirk have utterly tailed to carry out  their plans.  The "Boston Outfit," as it is called.  iB still at Pyramid Harbor, nnd Col.  Smith who is in charge, is trying to  get permission to come to Skagway  and go over the White Pass. The  Canadian Government's party are  calling for more dogs, some of those  taken up having died after tliey got  over' tho summit. As thev advance  northward it is presumed the climate  is too much for some of them. There*  is no use in sending any dogs to that  region except such as are enured Lo  the rigorous winter climate.  At Skagwav good dogs are brinocing  from $50 to " l"00 each. Hay is selling  at 850 a ton, and very little of it can  be got at that price.  Sergt. Joyce, of the Canadian police  and a party who have 3~ dogs with  them, have got over the summit safelv  and were by the middle of January  well on their way down the lakes.  Inspector Wood reports Lhat boLh  Lhe Chilkoot, and AV hito Passes are in  bad shape, the snow being very deep  and drifting.continually. The trails  of both passes_.to. the "summits^ were  gooelj^"liut��������� tlie summits l.lfeinselves-  were at times impissable. There was  considerable difficulty in getting even  a ���������.mall quantity ot stores across the  White Puss. It is believed, however,  that in February, when the sun will  have some effect on the surface, that  the snow will pack, and make good  travelling over the summit.  Lent c'omnienceson Ash Wednesday  February ' "SST'-d and ends on Easter  Sunday AprdlOth.  ��������� It. MoiVpole. superintendent of the  Pacific division pf the C.P.I.., has  granted "Mr.ttiAnson, of the Monarch  hotel, BVC, "a permit-for a license to  sell liejubr.. Mr. Haniion will now  apply to-thS"goId commissioner for a  license. *- ------    ���������  ?   '-   .     * ~i~  Major, -.Walsh ver~~ properly  cautions tlie public Againxt the  nrniy of-." "Klonds'ke promoters  who are abroad in life land, with  the- rankest- kind of' wildcat propositions. "Every pa par in Canada  should go out gunning for wildcat  mining '-.-Jfrbiioaitione. ��������� We have  too "coo^ ra~ country to bo content  to see it injured by cuaracterless  adventurers. " ,.  English shipping journals are of  the ' emphatic" opinion that  Peterson;V~^e/<&-'.qo. will be  unable tpcfcrrv out-their contract  for a fast "Atlantic service. That  "fast" Atlantic servico is slowly  developing -into a "fasting"  service. And the funny part of it  is that the. Conservatives were  simply talking about ic and the  Liberals believed in' acts not  words. "Now,they have goto do  some tall talking . to explain  themselves" to parliament.'  "���������."early forty recruits for Lhe .Mounted Police were taken on at Regina  last week.  It is stated that the .Medicine Hat  division oF the C.P.R,. now^terminat.es  at Laggan instead of at Donnld.  Word has reached Montreal that the  Guerin party who left Montreal hist  August have struck gold near Fort  Selkirk and will not proceed f-irther. -  Col. Domville, M.P., is outspoken in  his denunciation of.tho Stickine; route  as the most efficacious and best wliich  the government could have chosen for  a railway to the Yukon.  Inspectors Cartwiight. Primrose  and Jarvis will accompany 57 11011-  coinmisaioned ottlcei-j and men who  are being prepared for service: in the  Yukon. 11  The boat which C.in'ain Armstrong  and Mr. Barber will put on  for Yukon trade will be about 120 tons  burden and of light draft, built especially for the river and lake navigation.  An Ottawa despatch says Hint there  is little prospect of the North West  Lieutenant Governorship being filled  for some time. It would simply be  speculation to pick Lhe luckv individual from among the numerous applicants.  Thomas Tompkins of Brockville, the  well known C P. It. contractor, is in  Vancouver. His business ii in connection with the new C. I'. R. depot to  be erected immediately at the foot of  Grenville street. The new station will  be a handsome building and will cost  about .$175,000.  The proprietorship of the Edmonton  Bulletin is being transferred from  Frank Oliver,M.P. to the Bulletin Co..  limiteei. which company is applying  for incorporation under the Companies  Ordinance of tbe Teiritories. Mes-rs.  F. Oliver. M.l\. .1. A. McDougll, W.J.  Walker, M. McCauley and J. Host are  mentioned as provisional directors.  The company is capitalized for ."5,000.  The management will now be able to  secure its share of government printing and advertising without violating  the independence of Parliament or its  own.  Fort St.eelo is discussing Lhe epies-  tion of incorporation.  Macleod is asking for a Court Ilouse  and a resident Judge.  G, 11. Ryan &  Co.   are  closing out  their branch establishment at Regina.  A Winnipeg hotel keeper  has  been  fined   $100  and   costs   lor  supplying  liquor to an interdicted person.  The Patrons of Industry have decided to change the name of their organization to the Industrial ;Independent  Association.  A number of lump jaw cattle and  glanclered horses were Bhot by Unmounted police veterinary surgeon in  the Medicine Hat district lust week.  All matters pertaining to irrigation  in the Territories have been handed  over bv the Department of the Interior  to tho" North West Government at  Regina.  Thomas Tweed, of Medicine Hat, is  having plans prepared for a handsome  new residence lo be erected on lots  adjoining tho Medicine lint townsite  on'the western side.  The appeal from the decision of Mr.  Gnffllh, S. 11., refusing a license to S.  Adler, ot the Kootenay House at  Golden was argued beforo Judge  Forin at Donald, last week when the  appeal wns dismissed.  XV. McWhirter. manager at Stand  Off for Harry Bentley, of Lethbridge.  dropped dead near Staiid Offlast week  from heart disease. The deceased who  wns onlv SI years old had been in Mr.  Bentley's employment since 1S30.  A well authenticated report has  reached Seattle that the steamer Corona which left there on January 25  with passengers for Dyea. Skagway,  and Alaska, has sunk, though all the  passengers and crew are saved. The  Corona ran on a reef at the mouth of  Skeena river and sank. She carried  238 passengers and 055 tons of freight.  The steamer and cargo are a total loss.  The passengers and crew are safe.  It is said that the C.P.R. will erect  a handsome new station at Moose Jaw  this sprins. If t.he proposal is eaniuil  out, the Moose Jaw dining hall, one. of  the most popular point" on the whole  C.P.R. system will be done away with.  J. II. Kern, of Lhe Brunswick hotel,  has recenlly purchased lots on t.he  street facing the railway, presumably  with the object of erecting, a large  hotel. . "  .  The general belief in Ottawa is that  the agreement entered into between  the Government and Messrs. Mann  nnd Mickenzie to build a railwiy to  the Yukon mav be ratified by the  Commons, but that the Senate will  never confirm ih, -In addition to securing three and three-quarter millions  of acres of valuable golel lands, it is  reported that tbe contractors will, in  addition, receive a cash subsidy from  the British Columbia Government of  ".'01.000. The .length of the road will  be 130 miles.  The Canadian Homo Journal for  Febiunry is especially interesting. The  Canada blub is again to the fore with  a description of how a retail -store  handles Canadian goods. There are  three competition stories to be voted  upon, and Secnaif writes an interesting tale of "An Unwelcome Guest."  Music and poetry are present in plenty  and the vaiious" departments of the  Journal are so complete that it is 110  wonder that it is becoming popular.  Kverv tamily should be a subscriber to  this distinctively Canadian periodical.  The Canadian Home Journal, McKin-  non Building, Toronto.  The British Columbia full court has  dismissed without costs the appeal in  the case of Regina vs. Little. J. D.  Little, of Union, was la������*t year fined  S100 by James Ahrams, and If. P.  Collis, J. P.'s, for employing Chinese  under ground in a coal mine, contrary  to the Coal .Mines Regulation Act. The  matter was brought*"inLo the Seipreme  Court on certiorari proceedings aud  the conviction was quashed, on the  ground that, although prohibiting the  eniploymont of Chinese un>ier~round  "the" jVct"7>f~~v icl prl~ner"penal t y~~f o~r~~i ts  enforcement. From this the Crown  appealed.  Iiiforineel.  "80 Mr. Skinner has failed!" vx-  elalmeel the man who always makes  himself at home.  "Yee, sah," replied the colored meu>  Who waa employed around the store.  "Do you know what his principal  liability ts"*'  "Yes, suh. Ef many mo' folks comes  'roun* pestoMiV' "Ift? Jit's liable t*r bur  hiss*?*' er railroad ticket an' lot 'etn  nettle up de business dc bes' way fley  Un."���������~~r*chinjrton Star.  MADE ME A   .  NEW WOMAN  Tfye Life of JArs JAcMastep  of Toponto. is Saved  A Case   That Proved  Too Difficult  for  the Physicians Yields to the Wondrous Virtues of'Paine's  Celery   Compound  A   SIGNAL   VICTORY  FOR   THE  KING OF MEDICINES  Pains    Banished,    Eyesight Quite   Res-  stored, and a New Life Bu^un.  Weli.*- to IliciiAUDSON Co..  GEJcrr.EMKN-.���������-Ten years ago I was  attacked wit.ti neuralgia, and though  lre.ar.eel by six doctors, the deseeise  grew worse nnd nearly drove me  insane. I was for one summer nn outdoor patient at the hospital here, bur,  only got. temporary relief.  I was sleepless for nights, my digestion was bad, and I would feel 11 pain  in my stomach every lime I ate anything. Day after day I suffered the  most intense agony, ond t often wonder I didn't no crazy, i took endless  medicines given me by medical men,  anel getting worse, I became utterly  disheartened.  One day my delivor.rncc en me. A  lady who had' suffered Justus I had  told me that Paina's Celery Compound  hud cured her. I used the Compound  as a last i-e-soi t. and it simply made  a new woman of me. The p-iin v.-in-  inhrid: my eyesight, which was impaired, returned, and I felt myself  grnMine well, and I never fell happier  in my life. I inn now well and strong,  and all my health and liappitKK-. arei  due to Pain's Celery Compound. I  will always gratefully .remember the:  Medicine I hat cured me, and will spunk  a good word for it.  Mies. Tiioh. Mast"i*,  16 Ciimb.-i land St.. Toronto.  Browaen���������De you think" the Cubim"  wlU e-emuallr sab" their liberty'.' Iiark-  utaui���������N������; yo*~ remember "The pen is  michtier t-bun the eword."���������Puck.  "You eec'-ii so cheerful when .vou have  to more, Mrs. IMbes." "Yes; such a lot  of onr Ufly wcilelTnt presents nlwuys  get brokeu."���������CUicneeJ lteeovl.  "Qiiarteronk litis sued a bicycle niiuiii-  fncturer." "What for'.'" "Me says llie  man lues forced liis arm cliair factory  iuto bankruptcy.''���������'Chicago lloeunl.  -\Yickwire���������Mudxe has au hiiha-rubbei  iimifiYantiuii. Yabsle.y���������lailiii-riibbcr is  lnirelly the term. There n.-c bounds to  india-rubber.���������liidiniiuimlis Journal.  *"lr!iwlie*i'--Wliy elo yuu think you will  have any trouble in keeping the cn-  Ktifjenit'iit secret? Sinifei-ly ��������� I hud to tell  the' girl, hadn't IV���������Scottish Nights.  "My husband is never .1 bit'moved by  thi* {inthclic Hcene.i of n. pl������y. is yoursV"  *'Oh, yes. They generally m..ve liini  clear out ot the hoiise.:,--Ciiiciiii'i.iii En  Hiiiier.  "Do you know a good tonic for nervous persons, SimpkinsV" "No: what I  *vniit to find i.i a (.'oenl tunic for people  who have to live with them."���������Chieitpi  llccord-  "I wislit 1 wus a solliiuihiilist,'' said  llie speculative trump. "AVIiy'.'" "'Cnusi>  rlrti 1 cud save truuble by wiilkin" in me  sleep."���������Thiladi'lphiii Norlh American.  "Is he nn netur"'' inipiireil the yniiiiif  woman. "We'll." replied Mi.-s Cayenne  iliiiu^-hiri'lly. "that's whnl he enlls him  M'lf in the city directory.'"���������Washington  Star.  Utter���������How strange! Bin a inoun-iit  nun 1 Iinel an idea anil now il has esu-.ip-  eil my mini!. Culler���������Poii'l f-ay'.' It n-.u.-il  have l.ven a very narrow escape.���������IJejs-  lon  Courier.  Willie���������I , told her my love was so  gn ;.| ilmi my brain was on lire. Charlie  --Whiit il'nl 'she say to thnIV Willie:���������  Tolel me I had better blow it out.���������Yale  Itccord.  "Sweet Bells Jangled Out cf Tune."  The  How m-.ich of woman's life happiness  is lost for lack of luiniiony. A hundred  sweet melodious tones ruined by one little note of discord. Women who ought  to enjoy the perfect happiness of love  and wifehood and motherhood are miser-  able from  one year's  cud to the*  other, bc-  causeof some  weakness or  disease of the,  delicate organism of  their sex.  These delicate   com-  plaints,  which  make  a      jangling  dissonance of so many  lives,   are   r.eot   by  any  nieaiis   a- necessity   of  \r o :n a 11 h.0'0 d .    They  may   b=  overcome   anel  completely "   eradicated  under judicious treatment.  There is no need of repugnant exanii-  natious. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures the troubles of the feminine  organism positively, completely and  safely.  For nearly .to years Dr. R. V. Pierce  has been chief consulting physician of  the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,  of Buffalo, N. V. He is an eminent and  expert specialist in this particular field of  practice. Any woman may write to him  ^rith perfect confidence, and will receive,  free of charge, sound, professional advice  and suggestion for self-treatment by  which 99 out of 100 cases of female complaint, even of the most obstinate kind,  may be completely and permanently  cured..   Address him as above.   -^Whilc "ivn*. living at E.ifjlc Rock, Hote-  tourt Co.. Va.,'' Tvrites Mrs. G. A. Connor,  of Allrjrhariy Sprins:, Montgomery Co., Va.,  "a. hie"}* fricDi* enmc to nie and said: 'My  .fiaufrhicr. age ' 13 years, has repeated hem-  o-rV..i'_:e= st the tio������c, and she has never had  the necessary indispositions of womanhood.'  I advised her to fret Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription.,. The lady purchased one bottle ar.d it cured lier daughter. She was well  cr.ci happy when I left there."  " I was a "ijHoroT from womb trouble for  l'������li" year=." ivrites Mrs. Harry Poiueroy,  of llox ?>". Monona, Clayton Co., Iowa. "I  riocioreel wilh siv different physicians and  have :i������ed a zrcnl deal of patent medicine  but could liael e.niy temporary relief. I be-  C.-in 11- ing Ut Pierce's Favorite Prc.-crip-  iiem, ar.el h,v,e u������cel six bottles and three of  the 'P.ea������snl Pe-IIel".' I feci like a new  woman. I ha', en't felt as %vcll in twelve  years r* I do at the present time, and I  hope and pr.iv that this will induce i-ome  o'.hcr poor ���������int'-'i-r to try Dr. Pierce's niecli-  011''*- ami be- riireii. I think there is no  incii.-inr in th" weirld as jjood for sickly  womrr. as ��������� Favorite Prescription,' I have  rrconimemlrfi jt to a (Treat many of my  frien's aiui i:u-y nre on the way to health  .-.nd happiaei~ aoel I can proudly say that  I am too. I can *ieve*",praisc your medicine  en-Mich, anrl it h.i������ done nie aworlel of Kor.il."  " Word* fri:2 to describe my siifTrritisj br-  fe_7'- I too", your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' 'Favorite Prescriptie^n ' and ' Pleasant  Fr_l.-t-.":, *.Ti'--_* Jliss I.ulie S. Hardy, of  South Seabrook, RocVinghani Co , N, H. *' I  h.ve been ({fatly benefited by the u<=e of  your medicine*. I never feel any pain unless .' jtand too lonsr. Before I commenced  to u^e" the ir.J-e'icines I could hardly walk  across '.he r'>oiu. I have bce-n sick off and  0:1 for t-'-o yrars. I am feeling quite: well  now and yo..r medicines did it. I hael an  ab*c*-������< or. the fallopian tube and it discharged tbro'i^h the blade'er. Of e*our_,e it  left the bla<!ei-r in an irritable condition anel  al-e* '.eft the womb inflamed. I Und an awful burning in my ptomach at limes; no ap-  petit.*; wasting drain; constipation; excruciating monthly pain������; backache all the time,  I was confined to my bed five niejiiths. I  w������nt te. the levpita! last April, leaving in  May but not f-"*linsr much better. Then. I  commenced the use of your uie-cHcines. I  have taken tli-in regularly for five months;  ten boltles in all. five of each. I have taken  your 'J'leisar.t Pellets' for one year and I  "rotiM not be without them in the hoii������e. [  live been pf.-illy benefited by the use of  your medicine������. and I will recommend them  a- long a������ I live."  j* g,"*d, pr.iclir-il home medical work  is invaluable. Dr. Pierce's Common  Sense Medical Adviser is such a book.  It contains i'r,$ pages and 300 illustrations. Several chapters are devoted to  facts that every wife and mother should  know. Over "a million women possess  copies. A ii"<v edition is ready and will  be given a wav FKKU. If you want .1  pa per-covered copy, send 3r one-cent  stamps, tej cover the cost of customs and  mailing onlv, to the World's Dispensary  Medical Association, Buffalo. N. V.  Send 50 stamps for cloth-bound copy.  Wholesale dealei s in  Ales, Wines, pints aqd Cigars,  FRONT STREET  REVELSTOKE, B. O.  IMPERIAL BfW   OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -   -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pros., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Itobert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D, R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Brano~~.es  North West and British Columbia  flerchant's Hotel  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  ,   Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton.  Vtntcouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Ingersoll  St. Thomas  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  ONTARIO.  Niagara Palls  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in,_ the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank ol  America;" Chicago, First*' National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of ~1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  , Drafts.and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europo,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  A  R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Bran eh  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RY. CO  TIES  The Company will pn.7 25 Cents each for  Tanmrac Ties clellvorod on iia station grounds  clear of encumbrances in accordance with the  below mentioned specifications:  All ties will be carefully inspected, and this  prico only will.be paid for those wliich como  up to the specifications, and on which there is  no claim Cor Crown dues.  Parties desiring lo cut lies on lands other  thnn their own must not procoed without  permit from the Orown Timber Agent at  Edmonton, and in ah coses Crown dues at tha  rato of three cents por Tie wel bo deducted  from above prico unless alottor is produced  from the Crown Timber Agent certifying that  -Tics aro clear of dues.���������Settlers -who-have-cut  Ties off their own or other patented lands  mupt furnish Crown Timber Agent with  satisfactory swot n evidence where Ties wore  cut before he can i^suo clearanco and beforo  Company can ar coot Ties.  Cedar or Jack Pino Tics will bo taken at n  reduced price according to the quality. (Spruce  will not bo accepted ut all.  Parties who propose delivering Ties must  apply to tho Companj's agent at points whero  there Is one, for File to piio Tin?, and at other  points will apply for site to section foreman.  Tho fJoniDany will send an inspector over  tho road as soon ns dclivories aro completotl,  of which duo notice v. ill bo given lo enable  contractor.! to ho prcsont. Parlies delivering  Tiosmu-t tarnish receipts showing they have  paid all bills for labor and supplies Incurred in  connection with the work, and must, Outablish  their title to the Tios to the satisfaction of the  Companj 's Inspector.  EI'KCIKICATION KOU TIKS.  Tamarac Tics: All Ties must be good,  sound, live tamarac, exactly eight (8) foet, lODg,  cutsquaro at, each end, six (6) inches thick, and  at least eix (fi) inchoa en tbe face clear of lhe  bsrtc at the smallest part; to ba smoothly  Mown, free from shakes and score maiks,  perfectly straight, and must bo sound.  Coder and Jack Pine Ties: All Tios ui'iutbo  good, sound. livo Cedar or Jack Pine, exactly  eight 18) feet long, cut squaro at each end, six  (Hi Inched thick, nnd at least six (li) inches on  the face clear of bark at tho smallest part; to  be smoothly hewn, free from shakes and score  minks, perfectly straight, and must be sound  W. WHYTE,  Manager.  "Winnipeg, Ith November, 1807. nli-dw-tf  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmlthine:* Jobbine  Plumbine-    Pipe Fit tine:  Tinsmithing .  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired     u  Miniqg Work a Specialty���������ns*  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoko Stn.  HevelsloHe Hospital  Maternity Room i.i connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   baud.  lllecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Gootl accommodation.   Host  Wiues, Liquors and Cigars afc tho liar.  . J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  Tho   largest hotel   in   town.  Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Eatos    $1     per    day.  accommodation.  Brown & Pool/ Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Drs,  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants  Tn hie furnished with  tlio choicest; the market  nfToi'd������. Best "Wines,  Liquors and Jigars.  Large light hed rooms.     Riite-j  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. AL13.iRT STONE. Proprietor.  Doors  Sash  Turnings  .Mouldings  TRY, THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planing- Mills  Revelstoke Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY^  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and<Trout Lake District  S.idJIu    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  and   Teaming  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at" 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  .    CRAIG & HILLMAN, Tuo.mmon'sLaniiino.  THE  To secure oao olr those" desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. &, K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Donfc wait till the boom hits the  town in the spring like a cyclone,  but BUY NOW.  LAST  CHANCE    HAIG &2^s           "   ���������-��������� -o o I e A ge n ts-;  C. B; JVIaelean  ARCHITECT..  and BUtLDa-*;  Kstimatcs furnished, rians nnd specifications made. Am also prepared io do  shop and job work on lho shortest  notico. Satisfaction uunrantord ia  cvory case.   Oall or write for terms.  Main Street  Revelstoke  W. S. BIRcNEY  PJILNTERand  DECORATOR.  First Street fast, Revelstoke Station  FERGUSON  The  Centre   of  the   Lardeau   Mines  The.  Pioneer  Stores  Grainin-r, Paper Hanging.  Hard Wood Finishing-, House  Painting in all Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Etc.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Aof Fepguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  .   GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything to 1-e found in a general Btoro.  Post OHlca in conscction.  At our TEN-MI LB BKj\ NCH "tore  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all Miners' and Prospectors' Supplies aro  kept on hand  Workmanship Guaranteed  ~~"      Terms Oosh  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to huy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a horrow.wiiteat onceto  <~J.7I.MES   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining- Stocks  No. 0 Mill St., hetween Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  Be Sure and register ut the  BJIUAORJIL*-HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the host  the market aifords.    Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  ������  Douglas Street ��������� Revrlstokb ���������^W.^.^Ha-.-SfcJr  40  ~*o  TWENTY-ONE MEN KILLED AND  OTHERS WOUNDED  BRITAIN  JILTED   BY   CHINA  The Celestials Seeking Russian Favor  ���������The C. & E. Route Scores  Again���������Gold on Hay River���������Frank  Oliver Lectures in Winnipeg���������A  Western     Newspaper   Man   Dead  Lo'nijon, .Ian. 111. -('eneial Wi'stina-  L'ott'.s brigade has met with a serious  reverse. 21 of his men being killed anel  __"' wounded.  has mns .iilti'i* John hui.i.?  Lonijon, Jan.31.���������China lias receded  from her position with Great Britain  and is now courting Russia's*, gooel  will.  AN OM" .MAST!"!'  London". Jan. -.1.���������A moral p-iinting  representing the preparations for the  crucifixion, has been found in the  palace of the Emperor Tiberius-.  OVERCKOWIIKO    -1KET.ANO - ' '  - Dl-iilix, Jan. 31.���������T!i~ Irish congested districts boaid have floated several  local industries. ; __      -; ���������.    ,-  OUIt ROUTE SCORES AGAIN  Victoria. J.in: "31.--'An easy pass  lhrough the mount.-iitis has been  found near Fort St. John...This solves  the problem of the feasibility of the  Calgary Edmonton .route; which will  now undoubtedly become, the popular  route. -' - "  WHY CIIIICI* ENGLISH MISSEl"  Hill  Swift Cukhent, Jan 31.���������Abraham  Tibbitts, of Boston, was .-uresled here  on Saturday night"bn ii chaigc of  embezzlement.  ���������   .       . -GOI.I) ON -OUKSII1E  Winnipeg, Jan. 31.���������Course gold  has been found oii liny River, which  Hows into Great Slave Lake. Hay  River is in the Feace River country.  WE  KNEW   UE  WOULD    -  Winnipeg, Jan. 31.���������Frank  Oliver,  M. P.   for Alberta,  delivered'a  most  interesting   lecture   on   the Calgary���������  Edmonton ioute to the Yukon   in  the  "Grand theatre here on S.iUird.iyniglit:  NEWSPAPER  MAN   DEAD  Vancouv-jh, Jan. 31.��������� Thomas Collins, a western pinneernewspaperman,  died at Victoria yesterday.-  "������������������   '- TELEGRAPHIC TICKS      '*  ' II. M. S. "Implacable" will cost  **io,000.0C0.  An aerial railway is now completed  over the Cliilkoot pass.  Mr. Gladstone is suffering severely  from neuralgia.  A pulp and flour mill will be built at  Norman.  The IJrummor.cl County railway will  be opened oh March 1st.  St. Jean Baptiste church, Montreal,  has been destroyed by fire.  The Garrison artillery competitions  will be held at St." John, N.li.  WHAT.CANITMEAN?  A Great Deal of Excitement Caused by  Mounted Police Msvemsnts  From the Ci'siry Herald.  Considerable excitement was caused  in the city on Sunday afternoon when  it- became known that all the noncommissioned ofUcers and men of the  "D*' and "E" divisions of the North  West Mounted Police at Macleod and  Calgary respectively had been ordered  to hold themselves in readiness to  proceed at a moment's notice to the  Yukon for temporary' elut.v. The  nrders which wera received hy wire  by the officers in command of the two  divisions are said to be due to the  -existence" of_seriousitrouble_between-  the Canadian and Uuiceel States au-  , thorities in Alaska relative to the  attempt by the Americans to get provisions into the Yukon free of duty  ostensibly for the relief ot distress, but  in reality" for sale to the Highest bidder.  No exceptions have been made as to  the men who aie to prepare to go. The  orders include every non commissioned  oflicer and man. either at the posts or  on detach in ent.  The an ival Saturday from Macleod  of Major Steele, the superintendent  commanding "D" division, caused still  more excitement when it was learneel  that that oflicer had received telegraphic notice of only u few hours, to  proceeel at once to the Coast for service in the north. Major Steele le>ft on  the Pacific express accompanied only  hy his servant, and gave no infoima-  tioh as to the cause of his sudden de-  partuic. Supt. Deane, of Lethbiidge,  drove over to Macleoel on Saturday to  take over charge of thedivision in the  absence of Major Steele. It is believed  that something serious has taken place  or is about to take place to necessitate  Major Steele's presence. One thing is  ceriai", the Major will stand, no nonsense when he gets on the scene, as  tho=e who "run up'' against him during the rebellion know only too well.  Further, developments are awaited  with interest. " i|  PEACE  AND    SASKATCHEWAN  GOLD DIGGINGS  OUR    EXPEDITION   STARTED  For  the   Yukon   With   Full   Power-  Rails  and   Rollers   for   the   Teslin  Road���������Gold at Great Slave Lake���������  A Woman   Hates   Her Sister���������The  1   British Suffer  Moor���������Other Wires.  Ottawa, Feb. 1.���������Licenses have  (lire.uly been gi anted for gold digging  over a*large part, of the Peace* llivcr  district nnd for the entire extent of the  North Saskatchewan.  THEY'ltE GONE  Regina, Feb. 1.���������J. 11. Bulyea and  Victor Dodd, composing the North  West, Government's expedition, left  yesterday for the Yukon.  a gigantic sale  Letp.isi-iijge, Feb. 1.���������The "Alberta  Railway Co. have sold to McKenzie to  Mann; i'or use on the ��������� short line to  Ltike Teslin. a lot of steel rails and four  locomotives.  POISONED  HEU SISTKIl  Woodstock, N. B., Feb. 1.���������Mrs.  Kanovari. maddened by jealousy,  poisoned her sister,-for whom she considered her husband manifested more  than friendship.  -    "'    ANOTITISR   HANK ~~AIT.U"~I~  LAi.i-ioitE, N. D.. Feb. L���������The First  National Bank of this place has failed.  SMALL  ITEMS  Senator Carter, of Montana, propose  that Canadians should be permitted to  take up mining claims in Alaska.  Donations aggregating $700 have  been received through Senator Cox  Fir the Victoria jubilee wing of the  Winnipeg hospital.  A rcimpo-sition of postage on Canadian newspapeis is expected,  James Coiuneelhas been nominated  as the , Liberal "candidate for AVest  Algomii in the Ontario elections.  ' A British ship has had an engagement with the Aloors oft the coast of  Mm roco, while-intercepting the slave  trade.   '  " i he Teller resolution has been defeated in the United States House of  Representatives.  News of the discovery of gold at  Great Slave Lake has been confirmed  at Princ" Albert by a party of traders  coining out.' , .  ���������  .  A bill will probably' be introduced  at the next sitting of the Federal Parliament to, provide for a Canadian  naval brigade.  'It has been decided that the administrator of-the North AVest Territories  has power to issue liquor permits for  the. Yukon.    .  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  AJKTUODIST CBUKCII ��������� Revelstoke.  i\x Preaching servico at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Class muelinK at the close of the  morning service, tahbath School and Bible  Class at 2:30 P.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially Invited. Scats free.   11F.V. J. A. WOOD. PaHor.  ELECTION   DAY  IN  ONTARIO  Is Fixed for March ist���������Customs Difficulties to be Settled���������Another Poor  Cuban. Insurgent Meets Death at the  Hands of Cruel Spaniards���������Steamer  Corona Wrecked on - Skeena River  Viu Winnipeg, Jan, 20.  Kate Kcimear,- of Cornwall was  frozen to death.  Two more officers of the1' Royal  Scots have resigned.  The Teller resolution was adopted  by the United States Senate.,  China makes u proposition that  Great Britain and Russijj make a joint  loan.  British Columbia's boards of trade  are again agitating for ������i Pacific cable.  Impor.int changes are to be made in  the C.P.R. time catd go into effect on  "February-lsfe  lnsurg-  by the  PUBLISHED   TWICE   A   WEEK   AT  f-UURCH OF ENGLAND-St. Peter's,  *s^ Iteveldtoko Hours of service: Evening  prayor daily at 5 o'clock Fridays at ~-~0  ���������suiulays anil Fu3tival9: Holy Communion at 8  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  anil Biblo Clas-s at ".:30, uvotiinjc prayer at 730.  First Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  at morning services.   FRANK A. FORD. Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Rovclstoke.  * Servico every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Rlb'o Clites Ht 2SI0 p.m., lo which  all arn welcome Prayer meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wednesday.    REV. P. II. MUIR, Psstor.  WOMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Revel*  "���������"*���������   stoke.    Mass   second  Sunday in  month  at 10:30 a.m.   REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  Strictly in the Wood  Business now. I have at the present  time about 100 cords of good, dry  Fir and Hemlock Wood  Full measure guaranteed���������prices  right. All orders left with XV. B.  Pease to Co., Reveli-toke Station, or  at The Herald oflice will receive  prompt attention.  JAS. C. Hutchison,  Sdtf Wood Dealer and Carter.  Wood! Wood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce, Fir and Pine  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave1-their orders  with ilr. W. M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with II. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  ITntf " FRANK JULIAN.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call aud see us. We can fix you ���������  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  Nestor Oranguren, a Cuban  ent, has been brutally killed  Spanish troops.  The United States Government is  arranging the customs difficulties at  Dyea anel Skaguay.  The Ontaiio general elections will be  held on the; 2st of March. Nominations February 22nd,  Her Majesty has granted two more  commissions in the Royal Artillery to  Canadian cadets.  Senator Miller declares that the  Stickine railway contract is a violation of the privileges of parliament.  The steamer Corona has been wrecked at the mouth of the Skeena River.  The Coiiquitlan is also reported to be  iost-, i  The news comes from Halifax that  the cable between Bermuda and  Jamaica is completed.  It is reported from Shanghai that  the Chinese killed four German sailors  at Iviao Cliou.  j anadian  \ Pacific F&  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE.'  The best and cheapest route from  Revelstoke to all points east and west.  Through tickets to Vancouver,  Winnipeg, St.' Paul. Chicago, New  York, Montreal and Toronto.  First class dining and sleeping cars  on all trains. ���������  Through tourist cars to St, Paul  daily, and to Toronto every Monday,'  Montreal and Boston on Thursday, and  Moutreal and  Portland every Friday.  Purchase tickets to your destination  and have baggage cheeked through.  For   full  information   as   to  rates,  time, etc., apply to nearest agent, to  -      T. XN. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  Or to E. J J COYLE,  Dis. Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  Changed  s  .���������-������  Although not much advertising  has been done, Rosebery townsit"-,  at the head of Slocan Lake, ban -  been steadily coming to .the'-front  for the last three months.  Wl^at Strong Points  l\~sebery Holds on  the   Slocan Lako  Rosebery will have an ore  sampling works in a few months  with a capacity of a 100 tons a day.  Rosebery is iu the centre of and  distributing point for-Sloca.n City,  Sandon/ :Nakusp; New _- Denver,"  Silverton, Enterprise, Three Fork*.  Concentrator and Cody, ."only "12  miles distant from "-.the mining  centre of the Slocan (Sandon)..'���������  Rosebery is destined;'to be the  concentrating; point. -'". J' .  Rosebery is the sampler point.   -  Rosebery is the ship yard of tlie  Slocan. ; - .���������-.'..'  Rosebery is the only safe harbor  on the lake. "      ..'���������-������������������--���������-  Buy Lots-Now   If   You Want  To   Mai's Moi~ey.  Seud at once to-the general  agent for' maps and price-Hit or  any further information. J"   ";  A. M. Beattie,  09 tf  General Agant.  O.K.&-N.  Is the Shortest and  "',-     Quickest Line to. v.   WALLACE,   PARMJNGTON.  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE, ,  PULLMAN,     ' LEWISTON,  COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON;   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK, .'  IS THE BEST VALUE IN KOOTENAY  The Canadian Pacific Steamship Company a  Steamers Nakusp and Kootenay leavo  eVnowheod dally for all points in Kootenay,  maklnc connection at Nakusp (or all points  on Nakuap and t-locan Railway, and Slocan  Lake. ,  Closo connection at Robsoi for IN elson,  JCaBlo, Balfour, Pilot Bay. Trail, Rossland,  Northport snd all points south.  For full ir formation, tickets, maps, etc..  call on or addreBS  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Agent Itevelstoke.   Or to  XV. H. CARSON.    "-  Travelling Passenger Agent, Neleon.  E.J.COVLE, DLb. Passenger Agent, Vancouver  AND. ALL POINTS   EAST OR   SOUTH.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .   .  Via Silt Lake, Denver,  Orraha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets .to  and. from  Europe and other foreign countries -  C.P.R. TRAIN SERVICE  the  DIFFERENT STANDPOINTS  What Two' Toronto Papers think of the  Yukon Railway., Deal  The Globe of Friday says:',-If the  journey lo the Yukon, which i-jnow a  matter of months, can be reduced to  - seven elays by the new project, there  will be nb disputing that the government has "chosen the most ay a liable  route offered. As to the bargain we  believe thoughtful public opinion will  consider it is fair.  .The Telegram of the same elate  characterizes the bargain as an outrageous deal, adding: ��������� "It ought to  have been possible for the government  to arrange for the building of I2*> miles  of railway from Telegraph Creek to  Lake Teslin without cnfrnncliisiiig the  interest which Mackenzie to Mann  represent with a land grant of 2*>,<J0O  acres per mile.  Contemplated   Change   to    Meet  Demands of Yukon Travel  The Cauadian Pacific Railway are  figuring upon a new fast time table  for their trans-continental train service, but everything is in a preliminary state at present. It is understood  that the idea is to have the new service i'i operation when the boats  commence running from Vancouver to  Skagway, Dyea and Wr.itigell early  next month. " Therunniner time on the  branch lines will also be changed. One  idea is for the trains from the west to  arrive a ft*w hours earlier than at  present, Mild from the east a few  hour- later. Two express trains may  be put on west of Moose Jaw.  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run ou Pacific Standard Time,  L. O. David, Rity clerk or Montreal,  anel an immediate friend of Premier  Laurier, has been offered the Lieutenant Governorship of the North We'st  Territories,    lie has declined.  Messrs. McKenzie and Mann, who  have secured the contract for building  the Canadian lailway towards the  Klonkike gold fields, are losing no  time. Maun has already left for the  scene of operations. The* transcontinental wires are kept 'hot" hurrying  men and supplies to the front. A small  army of laborers and wagon teams  that hud been working on tlie Crow's  Nest I'.i.s roael are already moving  towards Yukon. It is understood that  Thus. White, C. E., of St. Thomas, has  been engmed by Mes**rs. McKenzie  and Mann as chief engineers of con-  slructien.  GOINO WEST DMLY  SiOOara Leave Kaslo   8:30am ...South Fork..  '__::_" am       '    8proulc's...  1:51am      " ...White-Meter..  10.03 am      '     Bear Lake ..  10:ll������am      ' .. -McGuijtan...  10:38am      " Cody Jnnction  GOING EAST  Arrlvo 3:30 p m  3:15 p m  "      2:15 pm  .   "      2:00pm  1:48 p m  1.33 pm  1:12 p m  I Train for-the East'ami-. Portland,  departs 7:15 p.m. daily.-'. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits-7:45  a.m. daily.-. Through' service. . No  delavs or lav overs anywhere,"  GeJt through tickets "and futthM* information of O. R..&--N. city ticket  oflice, . No. -130. Riverside -��������� avenu-,'  corner Stevens St., Spokane._ Wash.  J. CAMPBELL,  General Agent, Spokane,  W. H. Hurlbut't, G.P. A.. Portland.  Wendell Map.le.an'  10-Jei amAirivo Sandon Leave 1*0 pm  CODY M-VE J  ...Sandon....Arrive 11:15 a m  ....Cody Leave 11:25 am  Wholesale  and-Retail  Ijcave 11:00 am.  Arrive 11:20 a m  ROBKRT. IRVING   1 GEO.F.COPKLAND  G. F. and P. A.       I       Supcrlmen ent  READ IT.  ADVERTISE IN IT.  Spokane Falls and .Noptftei-n  .Nelson and Ft. Sfyeppapd  Red Mountain Kys.  Tlio only all rail rout** without chtnge o  cars between Spokane. Northpoit. Rossland  and Nelson; tlso between Rossland and  Nelson.  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  r*"2-t~  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY  leavb. NOIUIIPORT JinmvE.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������'  1:20 p.m 1:20 p.m.  For Rowland��������� From Rowland���������  1:40 p.m 1:10 a.m.  For Nelson��������� - From Nelson���������  1:10 p.m 12:55 p.m.  Close connections atNelmn with steamer  for Kaslo and all Kootenay Lake points.  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage dailv.  PATENT'S  jPROMPTLY'SECURIPl  G.KT "~ICH Q~nC~~~~~~~* Write to-day tot  erar beautiful ilIastr������tc*Be������konPaten-������������iirt  tho fascinating story of a P00Ii������tS?'K_2f!2  made $250,050.00. Send ns a r*~~(_A ������������������������������������  or model ot your Invention and i������ej -will  promptly tell-yon nUES it it is ns~~ sn ~  probably patentable.     ' "       .'  Kohmalms. Honoat Barrio-. 8p~~i-"ty:  TotiKb ewN rejected In .other handsi agd  forcign applications. <~~>~~~~~~l~,?"??������  abler. Berthianme. prop.of _"L������ Vtama.  Honorable D; A. Ross, tho T������-<*'-~"������K���������-  papCTS, Banks, Express Companiesi ft dlsats  IiiiSiyl-calh--* A"I,?teJl;8,*J'i,,tLS5?Jl5  our agency are brought oelmo too pnouo oy  a special notico ������n over. 800 newspapsts.  KAiUON* Uj-~UOH. ~~st<nt AlMWts.  Temple BuildJng.l85St. Jai^St^MonmeU.  Tho only llrm eif Or������d������������to BWsMr" In  tbe Uominlon transacting patent brulnsfll  ���������xclusiTely.   MenUoaUiispaper. FOR   Catarrh,  ���������Asthma,  Cold in the Head  OR.,  Sick Headache  SEK   Ol'H   V  ll"Mi~DII~S.  - -We .have for Cataj-rh  Agnew's,  AIUETY   OF  Chase's,  . Kellogg's  " HallS,  Wi, De, Meyers and  Nasal Balm. ���������---  For Cold in the Head and Sick Head-  *���������   ache, some elegant.-remedies made  by ourselves, fresh 'arid effective."  White  At...  : Pine   and   Tar  for Coughs  cannot- be beat.  Hanada. Drug &  ^-><_**   "Book Co.,  Ltd.  Chas. R. Macdoxali), Manager.  .Revelstoke   Station. B.C.  LOCAL ANDJiENERAL   HEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  '-'and' General  Items  Round   and  ,.   .  About Revelstoke.  ������������������ Mrs.B. R. Atkins has returned homo  from her trip soutl".  In'viteitions are out for a Bachelors'  Ball in Tapping's hall next Friday.  The Ontario Provincial General elections will be held oii Tuesday, March  1st.  Miss Mary Bayless, of Donalel, is  in  town   visiting   hev  sister   Mrs, Thos.  .McBurney.  Rev. F. A. Ford will start, on a trip  south on a visit to New Denver and  Kaslo on Monday.  To-moi-row is Sepl.uagesima Sunday,  in r-ouncl numbers seventy elays befoie  Easter, asTthe name implies.  Owing   to   the   non   arrival of  the  phonograph and  stereopticon, the  A I  Home  under the auspices of the I. O.  G. T., could not be held as was iutend-  ��������� ed.    ,.  Mr. M. Morris, manager of the Imperial   Bank  at   Calgary, went down  south on Thursday morning.    He will  ~ -spend a week at the Ha fey on Springs.  Last January was a small month  in  the customs department.  Only 9750.70  was collected, the lowest   amount for  - several months.  "Mr. James   Murphy,   barrister   and  solicitor of Ashcroft, has decided   to  . open'up an office in town.   He is regis-  tered at the Central.  In anticipation of the building activity here this spring Messrs. Pippy to  Wright have ~500 window sashes,  mantels, mouldings, etc., on hand.  They are also figuring on several  building contracts..  Mrs. Thos" McBurney leaves on Monday next on a three months visit to  Victoria and Ttccmnn. with her friends  and parents. The Presbyterian church  congregation tendered her a pleasant  vote of thanks for her services as  organist while heie.  Health in the Household or every  Man his own Scavenger. A practical  guide to the regulations of the Provincial Board of Health. Highly recommended by the Faculty. Compiled  during his leisure months by the Revelstoke scavenger.  Mr. T. H. Fitzglbbcins is in charge of  the work on the new _Mo!-,nns Bank nn  Mackenzie street and Mr. C. B. Maclean is inspector of the building. All  the men employed will be hii-f-d in  teiwn, ' and Aie material purchased  here. The work is beinglapidly pushed forward.  Hints for intending Klondikers  by GoleUeekei-, published by  the Klondike Publishing Company  Kamloop?, is a useful little pamphlet,  containing a lot of information on the  various routes to Klondike, the necessary outfit, the climate, transportation  and .mining laws and hints to prospectors on the best methods of pros-  " pe'eting and "work ing claims in Yukon.  TJ\e appeal in the case of Sibbald   to  Pease.v. XV. J.   Lappan  has  been  dismissed by the  Supreme  Court.     The  %.- action was instituted   to   recover   t)u>  ' anioiint of n bill   of goods,  whicli   the  ' -defendant claimed  to  have   been   delivered to a  man,   who   was   running  the restaurant'attacheel ro   his   hotel.  -The ease was decided in  favor of   the  "'.plaintiffs last spring  by  Judge   Fot in  ���������and appealed. Xow the Supreme: Court  has sustained' the*   decision   of   Judge-  "-"e^T-eil."  Mi*. Chas. Lindmai-k returned from  the coast this morning.  Row Father Thayer, who is now in  charge of the Catholic church here,  will conduct, sei-vice-i at 10.30 and 7.30  to-morrow,  Mr. Owr-n Ycrl.os, n popular telegrapher of Y.'iiiroiivei'.iirrived in town  Wednesday and is added to the commercial telegraph staff here.  Horses can go on the ice from the  Landing to Whiskey point. After  that it is pretty treacherous and the  rest of the trip to Arrowhead has to  be made on Foul, keeping close in to  the shore.  Work is active in the C. P. It. yard  and sheips. Stetini shovels and other  appliances of the work train aro being  ov"c>rli.uilc'd and put' in shape. The  work trains will start out next month,  almost n mouth earlier than usual.  The Gazelle contains the appointment of five mount eel police ollice res to  be justices of the peace in and for th  county of "ana'uuo. The ollicers are."  Major Steele, Major Percy and Inspectors Wood, Strickland aud Belcher.  For the last couple of clays men have  been at work laying down a switch at  the power hniT-e uf the .Revelstoke  Water. Power to Light Co. lo accum-  mortiit.e a gravel train. The management have decided to make; a thorough  job of the dam now. while: the water  is low and mash the. face with brush  and gravel. The work will necessarily  cause some delay, but the result will  be more satisfactory.  Tho carnival at lhe Victoria rink  bust Wednesday evening was well  attended, there being a good number  of-skaters in costume. Mrs. Hearn, ;i������  a French Waiting Maid, took the  prize for the best lady's costume. Mr.  II. Smythe, in a Red Indian dress, for  the best geiitleinaii's.aiid Miss Bohrens  as the Yellow Kid for the best comic  costume. The Revelstoke brass band  was in attendance.  Mr. .1. J. T_.ang~t.-ifC, of the Trout  Lake Topic, is in town. - Ilis business  is in connection with a pamphlet  which the trades committees of Trout  Lake City and Ferguson have decided  to publish giving particulars of all  claims held in Lhe distinct.- A map of  (lie Trout Lake'milling district, shewing all points tributary lo Trout Lake  City, Ferguson and Thomson's Landing. About $125 has already been  subscribed towards the pamphlets.  Claim owners arc invited to cooperate  by sending in a concise, and practical  report to Jlr. T. It. Davey.  Mr. G. Hope-Johnson was registered  at. the Hotel Kevelstoke on Thursday  and went south next morning. "George  Hope" was a well known figure in this  part of Kootenay 13 years ago, during  construction time. He wasa Commissioner of the Peace with Major  Steele, inside the proclaimed belt and  was owner of a big stoic lirst at Golden and afterwards ut Reaver, which  latter was a pretty hot place in the  winter of 1SSI-S5. After the urcyiinted  police were withdrawn in March to go  to the front with Major Steele in the*  half-breed rebellion, Mr. Johnston, as  Commissioner of the Peace, organized  a band of specials to run things.    Dur-  iPg_t i 1 is_pi-.r_if.il i__f_liis C':u_e_)e_r_he*__raii__np_  against Judge Sprout and  the  provin-  Revelstoke.  and  TATTERS.  (Written for thellEii.iLn bv Tuck Lewis.)  It was bitterly cold. Day afler day  for tho last two week the thermometer  had never risen about twenty below  and had fi-e(|iii'iitly fallen below forty.  Day after day tho sun rose in the clear  blue sky and sot behind tho white  mountains on tlio horizon. Night after  night ihe stars blazed like burning  jewels in the dark purple depths of  heaven. Day by clay men looked tithe west to see the dark cloud of the  cliinucik rise to its appointed height  above the Rockies, herald of the warm  wind from the Pacific, which alone  could break the spell of the cold, but il  came not. Sue-h a long continued cold  snap was something unheard of in the  foothills of Alberta.  It was el road fully cold work goiug  down that morning to start the fires  in the little house on the outskirts of  tl.e town of Medicine Bow, Th*  woman felt it seize her very Iienit.  She had made up good fires in the two  stoves before going to bed, but they  had died down long ago. She had gor.e  to bed so early. There was not iniii-h  use in sitting up alone thinking, thinking and it was warmer in bed with tlie  liitle girl. Last Christmas it had been  cheerful and comfortable when ho was  still getting employment and good  wages. But the hard times had come  and lo:s of work and he had gone-olf.  to Kootenay in search of something to  do and it was very lonesome without  him. The little money he had been  able to leave with her was not enough  t o let her pay for a servant so she lived  Tatters went down stairs.   The blinds  were all down in   the  sitting  room,  where the big self-feeder was glowing  brightly, anel it was beginning to get  comfortably   warm.     She  pulled    at  them till they flew  up letting   in   the  bright wintry light.   Tatters was quite  pleased with herself.   She was getting  ejuite a big girl now and  able   lo  help  mamma.     She   watched    some   hoys i  coasting on a little slope  in. the   road  outside. She knew they were bad boys  because mamma had told  hor so,  but  they seemed to be having a good  time  .-mil she watched the proceedings for a  long time with great interest,   Then  she felt hungry anel listened to hear if  her mother was moving up above, but  theie   was   no   sound.    Back   of  the  self-feeder on a  chair a   pan   of   milk  and a loaf had been  set  to  thaw  out.  Tatters got a soup plate  and  a  spoon  from the sideboard  and   managed   lo  get some of  the milk   into   the   plate  and to brea~k off some bread from the  loaf.    She  made  herself   some   bread  and milk and began to eat.    Then  she;  remembered     hev      mother      again.  Mamma ought   to have some breakfast.   She  went  to   the   foot  of  the  stairs   "Mamma,   breakfast is   ready,  breakfast is now  ready in  the  dining  car."   That was what her dad used  to  shout np to lier in the morning, when  he was at home.     But  there'was no  answer and Tatters went back to her  bread and milk, first taking np out of  a cradle fmir dolls, one big one, nearly  as  big ns Tatters   herself   and   three  smaller ones.'   The four were almost  as much "as she could manage at once,  but she got them over to the stove and  Agent for the BlickeMsderfer  Typewriter  r. B. VEbbS  Successor to GILKER  & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Ete.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  For Sale  A flnby f.riin.I Newcombo Piano, rosewood  case, in pe-rfe-i-l eirilt-r. Took lirst prize ul the  Chicago Exposition. 1'rii-i- $:i.'iii. Term-, spoi  cash.   Apply Ellis ,r. (Irogan, C'ulgiiry.        l'.ijutf  nil alone in the little  house, whicli  he   sat them all round her in the  big arm  had bought and paid for, in the old  happy days, while the good time lasted  in Medicine Bow, and very few people  came near her. She got the fires started  at last. Luckily she-had bought in  plenty of conl the evening before. She  went up stairs again to get warm in  the bed until the fires had taken the  chill olf the house. . Then she would go  down again and make breakfast und  she and little Daisy would go up town  and see if there was a' letter. This was  usually tin* elay his lultcrs came. Perhaps lie would-write and say'-that he  had found a. silver mine and that he  was coining home and they would all  live happy together as in the old days.  Sho was only a foolish little woman.  Tf only that dreadful pain in her side  would not keep coming, she would not  mind so much, though it was so lonesome without him and she was so nervous. s|1L. scarcely could sleep at night  at all. only dozing and waking up again  with a start, to lio sleepless and scared  for another long spell.  She mounted the stairs and went into  the room. The little girl, a pretty  child between four and five with dark  curly hair and big giey eyes, was sitting up in the bed pretending lo read  a letter for the hiuiilr'eth time which  her father had sent her. -"Deiir little  Daisy." she repeated in her high childish voice, "I hope you are quite well.  Yon aro a dear Little girl. All tlii'-st-  kisses are for you.*' It was not what  the lett"r said at all, but. that did not  diminish t.he satisfaction with which  the liLtle girl read it aloud to hers.elf  with variations a dozen times a day.  The woman chid her sharply, when she  saw whnt.she was doing. "Yon mvughty  ch.-iir and eat her breakfast. Then Hie  dolls had to be. dressed, a long job,  and they were'very troublesome and  mamma was not there to give her a  hand as usual. Bye anil bye some one  pulled open the piiit-h door and knocked at the door of the house, which  opened directly on to the sitting room.  "Come in," said Tatters. The door  was tried Inn. it was locked. "Is that  yon, you dear little thing," said a girl's  voice, "Where is your " mother?'  "Mamma is not very much better. Miss  Tempest,"-said Tatters, "She is asleep."  "Can you unlock the door,, Tatters?"  Tatters tried to turn the key, but the  lock was' too stiff for her little soft  fingers. "I can't do it," she said, '"It's  ii bad lock. I'm only a small little  child, yon must remember." Tho  young girl'outside laughed. "Tell  your mother-1 will come again this  afternoon. It is too cold to stand out  here. Good bye,. Tatters." " '-Good  bye, Miss Tempest, when I get a big  girl 1 will unlock, the- door for you."  The young girl- lteft the porch and  faced the cold-outside ngaui. It was  so bright and sunny, one could .scarcely believe if was so cold. All the air  was full of littlet.shiiiiiiiig films like  thin particles of,, ice. dancing" and  glittering in' the sein." As 'she passed  thiough the little gulden gate, a puff  of wind from'the north drove the light  powdery snow before it over the white  and frozen road.  Tatters watched her going, thiough  the double windows of the sitting  room. It was very cpuet in the house,  and she began , to feel .strange and  lunesoiiui.  (TO  BE  CONTINUED)  Notice  Notice is hereby given Unit iipplie'ii'.ier.i will  be made to the Ptii*lieL..ii-uL nf Uuninln. ai Us  next session, for an .Vet In incurporiiii' u ceini-  jiaiiy to be known us "Tliu I.vun C'niuil nml  Dalton Railway Company," witl'i power tu construct, equip, operate anei maintain a railway  of standard or any other gauge from a point at  or near the heael of Lynn Canal, northward  along Pulton's Trail, or as near thereto as practicable |to a point at or near Fort Selkirk, iu  the Northwest Territories, with power to connect with any railway in American territory,  and to construct, maintain and operate branch  lines und all necessary roadways, bridges  and ferries, anel to buifel, own and maintain  wharves and docks In connection therewith;  to eurrv on in the Province of' British Columbia anil in the Northwest Territories the  business of carriers, forwarders anil transportation agents and all other business incident thereto or connected therewith, and also  the business of wharfingers, shippers and vessel owners; and may for all or any of the said  purposes, purchase, hold, lease or otherwise  acquire timber, lands, buildings, docks, works,  boats, vessels, vehicles, goods, wares or merchandise and other property real anil personal,  movable and immovable, and improve, extend, manage, develop, lease, mortgage,  exchange, sell, dispose of, or turn to account  the same; and miiy establish shops or stores  on the said lands; and may puri-liiise and  vend general merchandise, e-lothing, provisions, storey, machinery ami supplies, and  may deal in mineral products, ores, mines and  precious metals, and generally may do all such  other things as are incidental or conducive to  the attainment of the above objects; to build,  acquire and operate steam and other vessels;  to take and use water for generating electricity  anil to transfer nnd dispose of the power therefrom for lighting, heating mill motive purposes; with power also to curry on the business  of a general trading company or an express  company ; also to own, manage anel Mouse  hotels; to ncquire timber limits and operate  saw mills for the production and sale of  lumber, and lo mine and- develop mineral  lands; and to curry on a general mining anil  ore smelting business including the erection-  anil operation of smelters and concentrators;  with power to expropriate lands for the pnr-  1)Oses of the company, and to ucnuire lands,  lonuses, privileges and other aids from any  government, nimlleinul corporation or other  persons or bodies, anil to levy and collect tolls  from all parties using and on all' freight' passing over any of such roads, railway, ferries,  wharves and vessels, anil with power tn make  traffic or other arrangements with ruilwuy,  steumboat or other companies, and feir ull  other necessary or incidental rights, powers  and privileges ill that behalf   i  -N. K. laflamme!  Poiieitor for'applicunts.  Montrenl, SOth December, 1897.- "fw'Jt  Stocktaking 5ale  Daring this season special inducements nre offered to buyers. You will save  iiiimey by examining my goods and prices before buying. If you need a  Stove now is your time to buy one. I have* five only left out of a carload  of Gurney magnificent Base Burners, which grace the Drawing Rooms at  many of the private residences of Revelstoke and are giving sveh general  satisfaction. For the next 15 days only, these five Base Burners will be  olfered yon at a discount of 15 per cent. Call early if you want to secure one.  W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  McCarty Block, Revelstoke Sta., B.C.     Hardware and Tinsmithing, Paints and Oils.  Cash Paid for Furs.  REVELSTOKE  TIN   SHOP.  ih:. -w. "2TO"a"M:_A.3_-rs, ^,_e2,o*-p~e~-ie~x,o*e--_.  rial   police   bore  arrests and counter arrests were much.*  in lively stylo, winding up in a grand  finale of Mr. Johnston and most*of his  specials in the clink. Soon' after this  episode tlie real mounted police resumed charge under Insp. Piercy and  Mr. Johnston started abigsheep ranch  on the Rosebud, about 00 miles from  Calgary, of which he is Htill proprietor.  TERRITORIAL  Coarse gold has been found on Hay  River, it tributary of Great Slave Lake.  Hay river drains the section of country  north of the Peace.  A new pass has be.-n discovered from  Foil St. John on the Peace to Fort  Graham on the Finlay river. From  St. .lolin the country is fairly level to  the foothills.    The:   |i,isM   nt.s  south   of  Halfway, Pini: and "Nel-ion passes and  the rise: and descent into Graham is  easy. From Giuliani tin* trail follows  the Finlay and over to Pike lake, a  wintering point for Indians, where  plenty of fish are obtain.ihie. The pass  between Graham and Sylvester's post  is a leve-1 and gradual cun*. and there is  n. p.ic-k trail along il a'ccoi.Iing fo the  Indians. A police patiol i.s now proceeding by this route lo Yukon.  A Prince Albeit despatch says:  Word has just boon received by Hishop  Pascal from nnithcrn missionaries; Hint  gold in l.ii ge (pianl ities has been discovered on the: Hay, Buffalo and other  rivers running inlet Great, Slave Lake,  a di-.tance of about "'IO miles noith of  here. Tho iiiforin.ilion i.s considered  perfectly reliable.' Citizens are gieat-  iy excited, and parties are preparing  lo start as soon as possible. The.' route  i.s a coiiiparalive-ly easy one. The discovery wa.-i made by a pai ty of twenty  seven who were wintering thi-ie en  route fo t he Yukon; and  aiy then' reports tint  brought iu every day by  ���������lnl __i_^.._l..^t_&   l_.r.j.,,_r,������*(_._, r._s-_j_..������t_J-,_y_bj*.Cl-  in the cold. Lie down this- minute or  you'll see what you wilt get."' The. little  girl threw herself down on the bed and  began to cry. "It is- iny own" letter  from my dear dud and you sha'nt have  it." she said. "My goodness! your  litth; foot and hands .ire just like ice.  Come cuddle up to your old mother  and get warm." The little girl did not  move, "Mad with you. You are loo  hai'd o������ your little girl." "Ah come  then. Tatters, don't he cross." The  chilli lay still for half a minute and  then turned over I'i her mother with  litl le; cries of affection. "Be: a good  gill, dear, anel then I will take you out  up lown lo the post office and we will  get another letter from eladda."  ���������-Where' is du'lda gone to?" "Oh he  has gone away fnr far on the train."  "Was there a pusher on the train?"  "Yes dear, a lug train with a pusher  on it, be quiet now that's a gorjel girl,  you hurt mamma's side moving about  so." And so the two lay theie for a  while anel as the heated stove pipes  running through the* ro'oin bcg.ui to  warm the air both became drowsy  again and slept.  The sun was well up when the  woman woke. She felt very weak  and inclined to stay where she was,  but breakfast had to he made anil she  wanted to get tbat letter. She got out  of bed and as she put hor feet to the  ground, everything seemed to go  round, and she fell foi ward on to her  hands and knees. She managed to  struggle to her feet by tlie aid of a  c-hair and sank back half fainting on  to the bed, The pain in her side was  fcriiful, she never remembered it so  bad before. She shivered and pulled  the clothes over her and I lion of n  sudden the terrible throbbing and  healing and pain ceased and with the  pain went, sense, fooling, life.  Bye awl bye Tatters woke up. Her  mother often slept lute. She was  aslee-p now and Tatters would not  wake her. She woulel get up ami (Ires'*,  the mission- j She could button her things in front  gold is being | and go down and see what her dolls  weie    doing  I  Dealers in  Groceries,  Provisions,  Hay. Flour,  Feed,  Etc. Etc.  A Lot of Fine Dairy Butter  in Stock.  Notice ~  Xotico Is hereby given thnt application will  be made to the i-tirlianient of Canada, at its  next-session, to incorporate a coin puny to lie  known as Ihe-Brltisli Columbia and Northern  Hallway Company, to construct a railway to be  operated by steam, electricity or other motive  I tower, from oron a point of the Canadian I'aei lie  tailwav Company near the town of Ashcroft to  run in" a northwesterly direction aWinj* the  valley of the Kraser, by Fort Stuart Lake, to  the head waters of the Stickine Kivetv.iuid  thence, northerlv. down the valley of tiie  Lewis lliver lo Fort Selkirk; with full power to  diver-lf the above road as may be found iuo*-t  suiCHhle on future exploration and survey of  engineer;-, and with power to construct,  acquire, operate mul - maintnin brunch lines  and all necessary bridges, culverts, roadways,  ferries, docks, coal bunkers and water tanks in  connection therewith to carr.vonin the 1'ro-  viiiceof-BriU-sh Columbia anel in the Northwest Territories the 'bus-mess of carriers,  forwarders and transportation agents and all  other busines-- incident thereto or connected  therewith, and also the business of wharf--  infers, .shipper!) and vessel owners;* und inay  for all or any of tlie said purposes, purchase,  'hold-. lease or otherwise'acquire timber, lands,  buildings, docks, works, boats, vessels, vehicles, goods, wares or merchandise and other  property real and personal, movable and im--  movable ; and improve, extend, manage;-  develop, lease, mortgage, exchange, sell, dis-  pose'of, or turn to account tlie same; and may  establish shops or stores on the said lands; and  may purchase and vend general merchandise,  clothing, provisions, stores, machinery and  supplies, and may deal in mineral products,  ores, mines and precious metals, and generally  may do all such other tilings as nre incidental  or conducive to the attainment of the above  objects; to build, acquire and operate steam-  and other vc-sels; to take-and use water for  generating electricity and to transfer and dispose of the power therefrom for lighting, heating and motive purposes; with power also to  carry on the business of a general trading company or an express com pin.*; also to own,  manage and leuie hotels; to'acquire timber  limits and operate saw mills for the production  and sale of lumber, and lo mine and develop  mineral lands; and to carry on a general mining n-ml oro smelting busiiiOK-vincluding tlie  erection and operation of smelters and concentrators,  McCOUX & KN'GLAXD,  Attorneys,  Hrftlsh Columbia unci Northern ll. It. Co.  Montreal, Wth December, 1HH7. 2f\v0t  Notice  Notice is hereby given that application will  be made to-the Parliament of Canada, at its  next session, to incorporate a company to be  known as "The Stickine and Teslin  hake Railway Company" to construct u  railway to be operated hv steam,  electricity or other motive power from  Fort Wrangell following the Stickine lliver  north to Telegraph Creek; from tlience to Fort  Selkirk hy way of Teslin I,tvfc<vwith power to  divert the above road as mav be found most  suitable on future exploration ; and with  power to construct, acquire, operate and maintain brunch lines, and all necessary bridges,  roadways, ferries, docks and coal bunkers in  connection therewith and rnilwav stations  and water tanks; also to construct aiid operate  tolegmph and telephone lines for the tnuiH-  misiioiV-of messages for the public; to build,  acquire and opcralti'Kteam and other vessels;  to take uud use water for generating electricity aud to transfer and dispose of the  power therefrom for lighting, heating and motive purposes, with power also to carry on the  business of a general trading company or an  express company; also to own, manage and  lease hotels; to acquire timber, limits and  operate saw* mills for the production and sale*  of him bo*,, and to mine and develop minenhi"  lands; and to carry on a general mining-and  ore smelting bnsine-ft-vinc-Muri-iiK the erection  and operation of smelters and concentrators.  W. F. 1MTCHIK,  Attorney for applicants.  Montreal, 30th December, 1807.  If you  wint employment, "r  looking for ������-t house to rent ,  when you vciieir Vuiicouver  npply to the  Vancouver Employment and  House Renting Agency.  &*U Hastings St., West.  Harry Edwards,  Taxidermist  Third  Street,  just   east-  School' House.  of   the  Notice  Xotirc is heroby rIvoh that application will  bc'mnelu to1 tiie I'nrliaiiiunt ol e.'iiiitiilii, lit its  ui'x9 su.ssioi), to iiirorpnrntu ft comimny to lie  Icliown ns the "Yukon unci l'ncillic ltnllivtiy  Ci))npiiiiy," to I'Oiistrui't ft ruilwuy tO'be.' oper-  uleil lev steam, eluctricitv or otlii'r 11l.1A-.-e  power from Skilfully or Iiye-n to I,like Iteiiiictt',  mill from tlient-e lly water unci either menus to  l-'ort Selkirk inul further to Diuvson Citv, nnil  "rom l"ori Selkirk ton point ot or on the' ("rent  Slaie I.uke, iviUn pflwer to illvrrt the tibove  rou-l us tuny lic'Ibuml most suitable on future  exploration;' anil with power to i-oiisirui-t, iv-  ilinrc. operate mill maintain branch lines, unit  all necessary bruises, roadways, ferries, clocks  nnel coal bunkers in connection therewith;  nlso to conxlruct inul operate telegraph nnil  telephone lines for tho transmission of message.-, for the public; tit huilel, ticcitiire, lease  anil operate steam anel other ves-icis to take  anel use water for gencratine; eleelricity, anil  -te) trftiisfer'aiiel dispose of the power therefrom  for lii_.l)tiiii_;,i heating and motive purposes;  with power'ill.sci to curry on the business of a  Kenew.I' trading company or ail express company;' also to own, manage iuie.f lea.se"hotels;  U).arqnIro timber limits anil operate saw mills  J Ior tlie production anel salo of lumber, anil to  ;own nnd mine and develop mineral lands; and  to carry on a general mining nnil ore smelting  'busiiiesviiicliulliig thcerectioniind'operarteiil'  of smellers anil coiu'entrators.  .AX.-  afivOt  (~~~OF-~KIO~~, IWKION & AI.  Montreal, twtli Decernlier,.18K7..  NOTICE.  Ineliii  in    th'J   hiltiiiK     l'exim.  I'ltOVINCIAL   ST-XUlKTAItY'S  OFFICII'".  His Ile.nor tin* I.ioiitcnaiit-Cioveriior has  he-en pleased tei made the following appointments:  2Htli January, I8U8.  --*iilinm eicorge Paxton, of tb.t Town eif  Kcvi-lsti.k'', Ks-iiilre, to be n Deputy Cleric nf  the- rcaeje within and for the t.oiinty of Knote-  11115. .'if..'!  Notice  -"otlec is hereby given that applicftlloii will  be nmdo to the Parliament of.(.lunula, at its  next session, to Incorporate u eompiiuy to be  known us "The Northern et Yukon Hallway  Company," to be operated by steam, electricity  or other motive power, fremi Kelinouton in a  northwesterly direction bv the l'cuee Klver  down through Teslin Lake, anil to bullet sriurs  to the head waters of tlie Mackenzie Itiver.  with power to elivcrt the alKtve road as may be  found most .suitable on further exploration  and furvey, anel with power to ceuistriict, operate and maintain branch lines and all necessary bri'lges, roiulways, ferries, clocks anel coal  bunkers in connection therewith, railway  stations, water tanks, etc.; also to construe:"!  iinel operate telegraph anei telephone lines for  tiie transmission of messages for tiie public; to  carry nn In the* Province of liritlsh Columbia  anil In the Northwest Territories the business  of carriers, forwarelers anel triinsportion agents  ami all othejr business incident thereto or con-  nceiteel therewith, and also the business of  wharliugers, shippers ami vessel owners; and  may feir all or any of the saiel purimses, purchase, holel, lease or otherwise acr|iilr(j timber,  lanels, buildings, docks, works, boats, vchscIs,  vehicles gooels, ware or merchandise anel other  preif.e;rty, real anel personal, movable and immovable, and iinpreeve, extend, inaniigc\-Jde-  velop, lease, mortgage, exchange, sell, dispose  of, e.r turn to account the smne; and may  establish .shops or stores on the saiel lanels; anel  may purchase and vend general nu'relinndtse,  clothfnic. provisions, stores, machinery and  supplies, anel may eleal in mineral products,  ores, mfnes and precious metals, anel generally  may do all such other things as are inchlentni  or criiieliii'lve to the; attainment of the above  objeets; to build, acquire anel operate steam  and other vessels; to take anel use wate-r for  generating electricity and te) transfer and dispose; of the power therefrom for lighting, heating and motive purposes, with power also to  carry on the business of a general trading  company or an express company; also to own,  manage and lease hotels; to acquire timber  limits and operate saw mills for the production  ami sale of lumber, and lo mine and develop  minernl lanels; anel to carry on a general niin-  ing nnd ore smelting business, including the  cre'ctlun anil operation of .smelters and concentrators.  KDMVND <""KKI~~,  jUleirncvfor Hie Northern anel Yukon Ity.Co.  .Montreal. :!ejth iJi-eember, i:������7. JfuBt  Notice is hereby given tliat application  will be made to the Legislative Assembly of  the province of Ilrltlsh Ceiltliiibla, at Its next  .session, for an act to Incorporate a ccinipany  witli power to construct, equip, operate bv aliv  kind or kinds of motive iiowcr, and maintain  either a standard or narrow gauge railway for  tlie purpose of conveying passengers and  freight, including all kinds uf merchandise,  from a point at or near Ilazclle-eii on the Hkcenu  river, Cassiar district*,- Britisli Columbia, by  lhe most dlreet anil feasible route to a point on  tlie Ominecii river, Cassiar district, British  Columbia, unci from there to n point on the  Pence river, with imwcr to construct, equip,  operate nnd maintain brunch lines and nil  necessary roads, bridges, wav.s, ferries,  wharves, docks ami conl bunkers*; nnd with  power to build, own, equip, operate and main-  I tain sti'illn mid other vessels-anil bouts'; nml  with power to build equip, npertnte anil maintain telegraph and telephone lines In connection with said railway and branches, ami to  carry on a general express business, and to  build and operate all kinds of plant for the  purpose of supplying light, heat, electricity, or  any kind of motive power; and with power to  expropriate lanels for the purposes of the company, and to acquire lands, bonuses, privileges,  or other alils fre in a -y government, municipality or other persons or bodies corporate; and  to make tradie or other arrangements with  railway, steamboat, or other companies; and  with power ttt build waggon roaels to be used  in the construction of such railway and in advance of t lie same, anel to levy and collect tolls  from nil parties using and on all freight passing over any ol such roads built by the  company, whether built before or after the  construction of the railway; and with all  other usual, necessary, or incidental rights,  powers, or privileges as may be necessary or  liii'iitental or conducive to the attainment of  tlio above objects or anv of them.  Dated at the city of Victoria the Gth day of  January, A. D. 1898.  nODWELL & DUFF,  1,'JMfit Solicitors for the j\pplicants.  BALL PROGRMMES^^ga^i?1  Deer Heads, Illrds and Animals, etc., preserv������c~'  ami mounted, - Mail Orel em prOmJerty  attended tu.* Sdlm  J. Harris & Co.,  Ca.ig.a~y, Alta*.-   " .  -tVlIOT_.I~SAT.l~   I)]"AI.EItS  IN  OATS,  HAT  and Chopped- Fee*d.-  Carloads shipped on Bhort notice:'  Correspondence solieitcel. l'Jjaif  A Shave'  A Haircut  A- Bath*  Smoking Tobac**?  Chewing. Tobacco"  '"Choicest^Cigars'T^*  Big Assortment -  Confectionery. Fruity Etc:  -r.  JL.  IMiOIR'G-.A.lvr"  Tonsorial Artist,     '  Fito.NT Struct, Kevxlstoke.  ^>^ve Your. Eyes*  Anian will tent them for you.  All sights suited by new process.  Glasses for every degree of short*-  sightednetis at moderate prices.  Ixrtlc iii and try them. A Urge  assortment of amolecd and colored glasses.  Chas. J. Amart.  OrrosiiE the Station-. ���������  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  Coiter Fraction M ineral Claix,  .Situate in the Illecillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenny District.     Where located  IlcingB northerl;  ver Bow in  rtherly extension upon the SII-  nineral claim, near Copper Peak.  Take notice that I, Walter Scott, octin;  :nt for the  Fish   Klver  Conner ;  nfng Co.. Ltd  agent for the Fish Stiver Copper and Silver  Mining Co.. Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No.  91,194, Intend, sixty davs from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mi nfng liccordcr for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  Ami further take notice tliat action, under  section 37. must lie commeneeel before the  issiianeo of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this llth day of January, 1898.     22j9tw  JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD  JAS.McMILLAMCO.  ���������MeomvoRATCO,  EXPORTERS AMD IMPORTERS.  200-212 FIHST AVC. NoDTH,  MINNEAPOLIS,    MINIM.  *__^������_*--__^%-<-  Branch: 55 w*������rist., VICTORIA, B.C.  J. A. Browne, mkna.cr.  ^-Shipments Solicited. Wrttt (or Circular.


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