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Revelstoke Herald 1898-01-26

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 ft  A,  . "12  -ISSTJ.E3D   TWIOE-A-WEEK- "WEID3SrESID-A.-X'S    -A-ZLT-D    S.A.TTT:E-L:D.A_"3rS-  Vol.  II.    No.  3.  REVELSTOKE, B. C., "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  ^SSSSSSSSSSSSSiSeS  IP  r  lit  iflfflr  W  Shopping  r  by Letter  HE first thing wlso people think ot  when ordering Roods by mail is tlie  capacity for business of those they write  to. Ths reputattcn we enjoy for prompt-  ness makes our Mall Order trade forge 1&  of ihose they wnre .<���������  e enjoy for prompt- JJ.         ___     _ Order trade forge ly,  ahead at a gratifying rate. ^  Our Speeds'ties -I���������*���������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars . Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  Dressmaking  5      Requests for price lists and samples  ������  rective prompt attention.  M       Hudson's Bay Stores,  V ....Calgary....  ^S~?3S_i~~~~SgKv?S23SSS?:5??S'2yS  C. B. Hume & Co.  Haig- & Crage  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  .^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  CALL AND  INSPECT OUR..  Silverware  Nkw Design's Fancy  Goons  ���������PKOM NHW YuKK.  AT"GtiV BARBER'S, ." ' '  C. r. R. Watch Ixsi'Ectoii.  OLE Jewellery stork.  Arthur g. m. spragge,  Barrister, Solicitor, &c  Notary Public.  Oflloe upstairs In Smith's Work. Pacific Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B.  C.  WM.  WHITE,  Q.C.,"  B>������������18tkk, Solicitor, Notary rvBLic, Etc.,  Revelstoke, B.C.  (k.(f  Solicitor for Imperial Ban), ol Canada.  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Mining and Real Estate Broker.  Notary Public.  Agent for: Equitable Saving*, Loan & Hiiiieling  Awociation.      Fire Insurance, the best companies.    Office: First St.. opposite Union hotel,  Revelstoke Station.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY,  Civil Knoinkuh*". Provincial Land  Suuvkyors.  Accountant*, and General Agents,  Kelson and Kossland, Went Kootenay,  British Columbia.  F. C. G.V5CMJ-, J. P., M. Inst. C. K., M. Can. Soc.  C. E.. F. L. S. for B. C. (late Itcslelcnt Kn-  gincer  Department ol  Publlo   Works   In  Canada In B. C.) Nelson. II. C.  Fraxcis J. O'Reilly. ,*iHsot'.M.Inst.C.IJ., V.Ij.P.  for B. C. Rossland, B. C. MJlytf  ROBERT SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Draying and Delivery "Work a specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams always ready at a moment's notico.  Agent (or the Standard Oil Company.  The Revelstoke Photo Co,  Btitdio: DoraLAB Street.  - Revelstoke,   -    -    -    B. C.  gdlf  ,-_/  A HAMILTON LADY  Permanently cured of catarrh. Japanese Catarrh Cure cures. Miss Lel.-i-  tourel of 187 Main St., East Hamilton,  ���������writes : Japanese Catarrh Cure cured  mo of a long standing ease of catarrh.  I have tried nearly all other remedies,  but they only relieved temporarily.  Since using Japancso Catarrh Cure,  about ono year ago. my catarrh has  not troubled me. Sold by W. A.  Griffiths & Col, 50 cents.  On account of the large* proportion  of menthol in M"gic Liniment, you  will find it invaluable for headaches,  neuralgia, toothache and all pains.  Magic Liniment is superior to (ill  fitt-ipfe.   For sale by  f_^W. A. Griffiths & Ca,  i!      " _P"~!~<Jl������TS, 1^1 VELsioSE.     ..  Look .out fbir__������  C. B. Hume & Co.'s  New Advertisement  in this column next  issue.  THE FIREMEN'S SOCIAL  The Concert and Ball a Grand Success  A Large Gathering  of Citizens.  Tapping's Theatre was crowded t,o  its utmost capacity last night, the  occasion being the first annual social  and hall of the No. 2. Fire Brigade.  The hull was prettily decorated for the  evening and looked very bright and  cheerful. The soeial opened wilh a.  concert at S p. in. The programme  was as follows :  1. Chorus���������'-Midnight Fire Alnriii" ...Rrigaele  ___. Instrumental Duet���������Harp and Flntimi   Mr. nnel Mrs. Melville  3. Comic Reading W.M. Lawrence  I. Polo A. It. 11. Ileum  0. Club Swinging   Messrs McTaggnrt. McDonald awl Kettle  0. Vocal Duet���������"Sister Elves"   Miss Northey and Mrs. -Melville  7. Recitation XV. A. Kettle  8. Pong and Chorus (Harp Accompaniment) ..  Messrs. Melville, Iiarber, Savage, MeTng-  gurt and Wilson.  9. Recitation Miss Stella Brown  HI. Instrumental .Selection Mandolin Club  II. Song Mrs. A. Ii. B. Hearn  12. Stump Speech W. It. Mellon  13. Soto R. Tapping  II. Song ami Chorus (Harp Accompaniment)...  Quartette  Tableaux  The numbers were all well and carefully rendered and were highly appreciated. Where all did so well it would  beinvidinus to select any for particular mention, but in justice the Herald  eannnl refrain from noting the great  success which attended Mr. Tapping's  debut as a comic singer and dancer.  We hope to see this talented artiste  figuring again on the operatic stage  before the season is over. The dance  which followed the concert was attended by such a large number as to render  the dancing part of the. entertainment  somewhat of a difficulty. However,  everybody seemed to enjoy themselves  thoroughly. The music was furnished  by the Revelstoke orchestra, and was  of course'first class. During the evcii- elegant and sumptuous repast  ..was served, . wliic-li" was heartily en-:  joyed ��������� Iiy -the guests ' present. ' The  In igade maybe thoroughly congratulated on the great success of their first  social.  The following is tho programme of  the dance  l  I'ranel March and Circassian Circle   ���������_> Waltz    :i Jersey :   4 Military Scliottisclie   5 Ripple   6 Lancers   7 Waltz Quadrille   8 French M innet   'J Kockawiiv-   10 Qiiiielrille ."..  11 Bon Ton   1_> I'olkn '.   NOTE AND COMMENT  By this time the pelitilion for incorporation   is   well   on   its  way   to the  hands of our members in Victoria anel  the Herald congratulates the members   of   the  civic   committee on the  results attained hy Iheir  arduous.nntl  harmonious labors for the public good.  That   three   or   four  of  them, when  driven to the wall, actually   refused to  sign   the   petition,   which    they   had  undertaken   lo   get    up,   when   they  accepted their  positions on  the committee, is   a   mere   mailer  of  detail,  about which now that the. petition has  been unanimously signed and is on its  way lo Victoria, our citizens can afford  to  feel   magnanimous.    At  the   last-  moment one recalcitrant, game  to Uie  last, trotted out in the Mail under the  impenetrable   diguise   of   "Observer,"  the  state   old   bogey   about the pro-  lection of the river bank being thrown  on   the   municipality, oh   account   of  incorporation. .The turnip headedness  of this bogey is thu most palpable of  the whole crowd of grinning spectres  that have been conjured' up from  the  vasty  deep  of  inanity:, tu   fight the  battle of vested interests against the  scheme.   Tf Observer had only been a  little more observant' he would have  observed   that   Premier   Turner  has  already   stated    that     incorporation  would  not  affect  the  action of the  provincial government in  the matter  of the river bank and perhaps   he will  be good inform the public  where or when  he? ever, observed the  fact of incorporation  influencing the  Dominion government "in a   manner  unfavorable, to.the   inception of necessary- public  works.'- Ho^vevei*."Observer's   observations 'are   not of   much  account  just  now.    He   will   fill   no  doubt a useful niche in the community  of the new municipality as a critic of  civic expenditure and a thorn in the  flesh   of   the   chairman  of  t.he public  works  committee.   There are people  right in this town today, who have no  idea  of   the. fun   they will be* able to  have, when we get incorporated.  "Kxtras-  1    ..  1.1 Rye Waltz  '  14 Highland Scliottisclie   lo Lancers -.....'   li*. Coiiius   17 Two-Step   15 .ler.sey :    19 Quadrille ." .   I'D Waltz   ���������JI Military Suhottischc   ���������j-j Lancers   ���������������> French Minuet  *.  lit Sir Roger de Coverlcy   The ball programmes, printed in gold  and colors, which were obtained at  the llEltAL.) ollice.*, were very artistic  and greatly admired.  Warnin  This is to notify the public of  Revelstoke and vicinity that the  undersigned vvill made it warm  for them, if they visit their  tailoring emporium anel inspect  their immense and.well selected  stock of ready-to-wear clothing.  The holidays are over, but this  only lends to reduce prices and  thus keep up to the holiday standard.  Boys' Suits a Specialty.  Suits from .$5.00 up.  R.S. WilSOIl,   The Tailor.  ''*'  .���������'-"��������� .'''KcVclslcke Station. ������������������  TERRITORIAL  Items from the Ranching Country on the  Other Side of the Rockies.  A letter has been received in Edmonton from Fort St. John on Peace River  from one of the Fresno party, who are  wintering up there. It states that the  journey from St. John to the Nelson  River is practicable by horses and flat  sleighs, and is about 200 miles long.  Horses are no use-after the Nelson is  reached, but the journey by boat  down the river is comparatively easy.  Very encouraging reports have been  received of prospects on the Liard.  __* new time table will go inlo force  on the C. & E. railway nest month.  Trains will leave Calgary for Edmonton three times a week on Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays, returning  Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.  Three trains a week will make the  round trip between Calgary and Macleod on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.  The Chinese must go.   It seems pos-  sible however lo . accept this  p_nlit.ical  axiom and at the same time accept  Chin "si* hospitality at their New Year  festival. There have been plenty of  men this past week, who have been  quite ready and willing to drink their  whiskey anel smoke their cigars, who  would be among the first to protest  against the admission of a Chinaman  into the Lardeau or Slocan. John's  hospitality appears to be unbounded,  bul his opinion of some of his self invited guests wo'ild doubtless make  interesting reading.  fuse to employ Canadian miners on  their properties. And there is very  little doubt that there arc instances,  in wliich this is the case. To this our  correspondent adds a further count  against the entire development of the  country by foreign capital. Tin* Herald is free to admit that it would be  much more satisfactory lo see Kootenay opened up hy Canadian capital  and Canadian labour. But il must be  remembered that while mining is not  a new industry in Canada exictly, it  is not one, which has as yet been carried on iu lhe Dominion to any very  large extent, and it is not one, of  which capital in Canada has much There is not, it must be  acknowledged, any very large class of  working men in Canada who can be*  placed nuclei' the head of "miners."  One province alone, Nova Scotia, can  furnish men in any considerable number, who have become experienced in  underground work by following that  occupation as a me.'ins of. living.  Quartz tinning has been caniedon in  the States now for half a _ century. It  is ,-i channel lo which home capital  naturally turns. It is an occupation  which 'men have followed for two  generations. It took time "to reach  this stage of affairs in the States and  it will take time in Canada.' When  that time comes, there vvill ho no lack  of Canadian capital to develope Canadian mines, and no lack of occupation  for Canadian miners eit of Canadian  miners to take hold of il.  A new departure in mining camps is  to be inaugurated in tlie Okanagan  country, y The name of, the* ��������� cainp.js  Glen"''Kobinson - and .it is -situateicMS  miles west of the Okanagan lake. It-  is owned' by the Canadian-American  Gold Mining and Development Co.,  which owns some free lulling claims  near tliere. The town is to be irun on  semi-cooperative lines, and the plans  of civic government by commission  anil civic insurance* will be tried in it,  and also the Gottenberg system of  handling the liquor trailic by the corporation. The experiment will be  watched with interest.though whether  -a .-milling- cainp-atfeirds-a-very-favor-  able subject for it, is perhaps open to  doubt.  BORN  Mcnsford.���������At Revelstoke. on January 22nd, 1S0S. the wife of Mr. Geo.  Munsford,- of a son.  Abrahamson���������On Jan. 25th,-the wife  of W. Abrahamson, of a daughter.  Floyd���������On Jan. ISth. in Ferguson.the  wife of Henry Floyd, of a' son. Tbe  first baby born in'f erguson.        >��������� '"'  The communication, which will be  found in another column under the  head of Rights of Citizens raises a  question, which certainly demands  consideration just at present, but  which is to tell the truth a great deal  easier raised than settled. -The complaint is not so much against foreigners coming in as individuals to engage  in prospecting or mining ou their own  account. This is a feature of all mining countries, for wliich no really  effectual remedy has ever been devised, or for that matter has it been  thought wise to attempt to prevent it.  It is true that before any foreigner can  take up a claim in the States he has to  declare his intention of becoming a  citizen. But this does nol make him  any less a foreigner or more of .in  American. As long ' suits him he  uses his declaration for his own benefit. If he decides to take up his permanent abode in the States he may or  may not go on to take the oath of allegiance. If he feels like going back to  his own country his declaration will  not slop him. Itis impossible to see  any benefit, wliich Canada would gain  by adopting this policy either in Kootenay or the Yukon. But the real  complaint is this. That both old  country aiid American  companies re-  SIR    CHARLES   AT  MONTREAL   '   * o  He  Says Doing Good Work  >��������� >   for the Conservatives  Speaking at Montreal last week, Sir  Charles Tupper said: "If I had retained Sir Wilfred for the express  purpose he could not be doing my  work better. He is bringing the Conservatives bark to power, as though  by deliberate design. He is making  liis own government short-lived. By-  elections prove nothing. Any government in power can always secure  by-elections, especially if it possesses  the means which this present government has not hesitated to use. But  we have probably.the most intelligent  electorate in the world* Here and  there we may notice, gusts of passion  wliich obscure the judgment, hut upon  the whole I elo not believe any country can show so high a degree of  intelligence on the part of the electorate. The issue, in iny judgment,  simply requires to be put plainly to  the people at the first opportunity to  reverse the catch vote which placed  the Liberals in power. I have just  come from the west and I know something of the revulsion of feeling there.  I have given some, attention to the  genera] feeling of the people, and I  am confident that if the government  lives out its five years' term it will not  exceed it."  Through the Worst of it.  A. H. MacNeill tells a good story of  a party of BosUmians who outfitted in  the east to go to the Klondike overland from Ashcroft. After the horses,  wagons, sleds, provisions, tents, Man  kets, etc., etc., were unloaded from  the cars one of the leaders of the party  straightened up and with a sigh exclaimed : "Thank God, the worst  part of tha journey is done with."���������  Rossland Record. .   ' ���������  UNEXPLORED^ COUNTRY  Which May Turn Out as Good as the  Yukon.  In the opinion of Mr. J. H. McFarlane, who has been some time in the  Cassiar country there is a vast extent  of country lying around the beaten  routes in that part of the province,  which is just as likely to repay the  prospector as any in the Yukon. The  Cassiar country, in which the big  strikt*s were made in the seventies, is  only a vei y small portion of the whole.  Difliculties of transportation, which  the present rush to Klondike will induce capital to overcome, have hither-  lo kept prospectors from spreading  out, and exploring the country along  the headwaters of the tributaries of  the main streams. The country lying  northwest from Dease River towards  the head of the* Big and Little Salmon  rivers has never been touched and  should prove a rich district. Experienced prospectors will find, it a great  ileal more to their advantage to lei  the ru-ih pass on to Klondike and  strike off into these bye districts for  themselves. 'By taking time they can  satisfy themselves that they are not  leaving good ground behind them and.  if they do not strike anything, can  ilways drop dovvn stream to the Yukon and will probably find that by  that time the horde of inexperienced  gold seekei's has retreated, leaving  plenty, of good claims behind them.  Olf the trodden routes little or nothing  is known about the country even  quite close to the coast, and I have  known good pay taken in coarse gold  not more than 65 miles from the coast  on the Unack river, which empties into the ht*ad of Behm's channel, 00 miles  south of Wrangel. Ithink^th'e^ Liard  i'ivei'"iyill also te weirth" "prospecting.  I lieard a trader called' Sylvester, who'  used to trade at a post on the Liard  named after him, say that S12S.0OO  hatl been taken off Bedrock Bar on  that river below the mouth of the  Deasv* river. In my opinion the  Stickeen route is the one to take. The  river is easily navigable by steamer or  boat, and I have sailed up the .whole  length of it to Telegraph Landing.  This will no doubt prove the favorite  route next summer, but I would advise men, who know what they are  about, to let the rush go on hy Teslin  Lake and take in for themselves the  coiintry-indicated-above-in-between.  A WAVE OH-ATRIOTISM  Is Now Sweeping Over Great Britain  ���������Even at the Cost of War Great  Britain will Keep Open the Door of  Chinese Commerce.  London. Jan. 21.���������There has heen a  quick and general endorsement in all  parts of the eoimtry.'of. the firm declaration made by the chancellor of the  exchequer. Sir Miehael Hicks-Beach,  at Swansea, Monday last, setting forth  that the British government was de-  tei mined, "Even at the cost of war"  tint, the door of Chinese commerce  should not be shut to Grent Britain  A wave of patriotism is now sweeping  over lhe land and finds echo in every  public assemblage, where -niy allusion  to Great Britain's attitude is enthusiastically applauded, while patri  otic songs ut music halls set the audience wilel with warlike fervor. In the  meanwhile the party leaders are outdoing each other in following the lead  of Sir Michael Hicks-Beach. From the  tone which characterized the oratory  for the past few days, one would imagine that Great Britain vvas about  to take up arms against the world  The secretary of state for the colonies,  Mr. Chamberlain, followed the chancel  Ior for the , exchequer with virtual  announcement that Great Britain had  resolved to act in the far east inde-  pendently of the concert of powers.  Mr. Herbert Henry Asquith. a former home secretary, as spokesman for  the opposition, made it clear that the  Liberals cordially endorsed the govern  inent's position and the speech of the  commander-in-chief of the army. Lord  Wolseley, at the banquet in London on  Thursday, when he asserted that if  Great Britain declared war to-morrow she could have two of the finest  and most fully equipped army corps  in readiness at any British port before the ships could be prepared to embark them, has also had a reassuring  effect while a decided improvement in  the outlook of the Indian rebellion has  been a great relief to the government.  A BIG FIRE IN SPOKANE  FIVE KILLED IN THE FIRE AND  ��������� OTHERS MISSING  The C. P. R. will put Passengers from  Vancouver to Dawson City in One --  Week���������Russia Offering China the *  Same Deal as Great Britain���������C.P.R. -"'  Buildings at Vancouver���������Other -Tele- --  graphic News of Importance.  *   (Special to the Herald.)  Spokane, Jan. 25.���������The Great East- -"  ern   and   two   or  three other   blocks ���������  were destroyed! by fire hist night. Five -  people dead, several injured and mis- ���������  sing.  Lagos, Africa, Jan. 28.���������The British -.  troops have occupied Okute Borgu .  territory claimed by France.;  London-, Jan. 26.���������The Delemare ex- -.  pedition has reached Fosheana, 400 ���������  miles south of Khartoum, a. place ���������  recently- said to be " occupying by_ ���������  France'.       " ���������'.,''  Pekin", Jan. 25.���������Russia has' offered '..  China a loan on the same conditions'*  us >Greal Britain's offer. France is- ���������  supporting Kussia and Japan is acting" ;  iu concert with" England.  Vancouver, Jan. ,20.���������The C. P. R.  terminal buildings will be commenced -..  immediately and will be compelled iu  ���������  the year.  *' Iu   an   interview    yesterday   Robt.   -  Kerr, general freight  and  passenger   '  agent of tbe C. P. R.,- stated that by  next  September  he " could place pas-   ���������  sengers  at   Dawson from  Vancouver   ~  in one week.   There will   be'' steamers   -  on   the Stickeen river soon.and there -  will be a railway to the head of Teslin.  lake and from there steamers will con-   -  nect with Dawson.  Victoria,. Jan.   26 The ' Cassiar-  Railway company is   calling for ten-" ���������  ders for the construction of-its road   1  from   Telegraph    creek   to   the head- -  of navigation on the Stickeen river to*  Dease Lake in the Cassiar district. ,  Washington. Jan. 36.���������The Cana- ���������  diau government will admit free of. .'  duty all supplies into Yukon which -  are"-sent-*as relief~"consi'ghm"ents"by the"^  United States.  Victoria,   Jan.  26. ��������� Mr.   Justice/ -  Irving, arguing on the application to  have set aside the winding-up brtlers *  made by Judge Forin in respect to the  Brewing & Malting Co. on the ground**..  ���������  that a county judge acting as a local  judge  had   no  jurisdiction   to   make  such  an   order.     This   decides   in   u.  marked   degree   the   powers of  local  judges in the Supreme court.  Ottawa, Jan. 25.���������An agreement  will be signed today or tomorrow be  tween Messrs. McKenzie and Mann,  contractors, and the Dominion government for the construction- of- a  railway from Telegraph creek to Teslin lake. The road will be run in  connection with the C. P. R. and will ,  be completed alioiit September next. u  GOLDEN NOTES  (From the Golden Era)  Mr. Edwards, of the Nellis House.  Donald, having taken over the Victoria Hotel, Revelstoke, will in future  make his home there. His partner.  Mr. McRae. has gone to tbe coast en  route for Klondike. Mr. Edwards is  still lessee of the Nellis House, but-  the business there is being managed,  by Mr. Caldwell.  The Canadian Pacific land department has decided to put^upon the market at once tbe townsite of Craubrook,  which will be the divisional point for  the company in East Kootenay. Mr.  V. Hyde Baker, son of Col. Baker,'!*  the land agent, and ha8 been to Winnipeg consulting with Land Commissioner Hamilton.  Now that the Golden Lumber com- ,  pany have finally disposed of their  business to the Columbia River company. Captain Armstrong and Mr.  Barber will leave immediately for the  north to inaugurate their now enter--  prise of a steamboat ������>rvice>'._.from  Teslin Lake to the Yukou.    *  ffp& ���������*rre**vp*������ww*w.nntt>----irt--M  l/A'**'     .VPKRNA 1/A."*, S  Revelstoke   Herald I -.,- s..i.,���������n,.ui --h<-  I h*i\ o b.en h mprt d otiThui  I'ubh heel in ntcrcst&of  ncTv-Wtokc   Li-dcvi   Din- Bend, Trout Lil.o i  Il'tcillev, aci    Mlur. canvon,   lordan  I'dsa vnil I iift'l. fuss Dietucts  JOHNSON  E   OROCAN  Pi'opi'iclo"  Editor  A Sua Weoklj louuittl publwliLil in tlio  i-itere-ila ot Kcnl*ilo*c and the. e-urruii iclinn;  ril.tnct. WcelnciJ iyn ind biilunlajs, iiii.'iiii���������-  clo**s. codciccUjih with fll triiln"  Ai__M.rli._in.; Rates I'lsp'av mil Ct il) I'cr  eoluinaluch {.'uopoiinc' uontulc  pn-re Wal u- ia, p i (nonpuieil) line for i< for e.1-11 additional i-'-erliun  Iteaduift notice- Ijc pel t ne eae h insne Ilirtli  V.8T sveond I>   ah no; cc     frc:>  ���������sub e-nption i.ut.-. U> iimiloi cm rn r *5' Oil  p*r.innuni SI j (or Mi. n onl'i-* stucllj In  .idvan**!. ���������        ,,       .      .���������,.  On lob Department Tin Heiiai i loll  he*D-re.incnt 13 one of .lie best 1 quipped  printirmolcciiii Wei' Kooteii'-/ ' 1'1 m l"e  0 iced 10 cNee. i.crll Knu'j of pnntuv ��������������� luol  cim-ill lent lio ic-* p.nci Oip iniex 10 ill  .so job too! irt-c���������none n o small���������for 111 nail  o-.Jeni p-ampllj e.iinucd to Give, us a nml  011 )oiirncil<-id'r ,  J*o C. r*-eapoTielenLa V. c invite couCsponi.  cnccouaiiv -abject of intercut. u> tin f-cuci 11  public anil eiLair', a reliable rc���������'i'l" ' ~r~o  no-iele-n in everv Icicalitv s lrroiinelini*;  l~e-tls:io-.c     In ill esses the   bona I ill- 1111110  11   h.  wntT utoi ipanv iiiaiiusciipi but  1.01 1 c-t-i. irl'j  for public ilioi  1 JelrccS ell tu ii'iiiuiiC-Uiaiii  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Rcvclstoko, 8. C.  cm-*/;  v, t-, to  -cla\ toi  11 t\ .titf iiiiis-orn tl lui hu-binil il  C. yug 1, lb tn li * \ i' 1 nt-*'" tui! It  wa- thought tl"it the ippeilioi  .*ien\ to tli(3  c.ibinuL woultl have,  u L< -I, tlu- 1 licet ol coiimiulirg  the* ���������,cntui-.c ot do.itli into cine ol  uiipi lsonmont  lot   Me   but   Hon.  lUvid Jlt'ls, who now hll- the  i*<-*-.!>ri icililu olfifi ol Mini-lei ot  .Justice" 1ms .iv.tiled luin-oli ol the  IIIOVI1IOM1    di       .1      *-LC HOII     111     till*  Ct'u inul t'odi* Ut it wlii'ic .1  nii-on tble ('unlit t'M--ts 1- to llu*  ptopi iel\ ol 1 tonv it tio*i, lu 111.iv  oidci tui.l the   ���������ircu-.-d  -It.ill h.ivo  I   ll.'VV  tllll        Vv'  ll'll-M'll C UlU-l llll C'S tin on (loiiljt on tin* pi-tici>  ol 1 con*, iclio.i .11 e di-cuv eted only  alto tlio conviction h,i*- tilcoii  pint*, the povvii ton. dot .1 new  tuil 1*. .1' it, ".limilfl lit', vested 111  the .Miiiiil " ol .lu-tico 1 ithfi tli in  111 a Cmitto. Appeal '1 hoMim-tei  In-, cv( t\   i 1  ilifN    lot   eiKi'.iiiing  llllO  till)   Viei-jllLlO    Ij'*    elll.iclll'd   to  llie Licts . lj> ought  bi Imp I11111, md cun .dvv iys toi ~  nn the 1���������i-jt.uiii* ot this tn il  I idgi       \   Com tut Appi il would  Lltliet  IllM'tO    l'V'U  tli'*   now   OllM-  ( md nu 01 it with tli1.  <t.  [CANADIAN  PACIFIC   RY. CO.  wi*n  KNOWS     WHEREOF  SPEAKS  HE  1 ���������ibh  1 tr_,f mil  ��������� 1 ���������r 11a nt  '..i ii-i    111 iSu     1  vv 1 ut. 11 on oi  hid *i 1 in������ pill   (j ilj  I   \_.or-t*-p ite'   ne      1 ii in i.ij^  m-it.-irmi-i be c ,niil  Willi lho p-  of the vvr trr  ! . oritoiiiiidcrcc vvuli icforcieo to un  thnir 'hit Hv aupc in 1110 11.1 jmci  must .i-.t bo oIlioj ior pill 1 i'iou "' t"*11'  taper b foro.t c_ 1 oiipo.u in Iiih. I'm vol)  EXPRESSES HiS CONFIDENCE  1 "end-" 1,'iven  i*.idt-rio  ilitd*i\ it  the (.mi  VS LIJM:*dI* XY  I \  2l>  IS'IS  TllC hURMONb  A   t_;ood   deal   of   nee lies-,   .iviel  raoic   ot   le?*-   ofTen-ivi"   ciilM-u"  both ot   tlir* jXenitivi* Coiituu'olot  .and     we    _Meinti0'i   ihu.c.ii    hv-  loliovvec-i  the incoipoi.iii'm ol the  '���������A'.b'jii.i  ht.-l.e   ot   /ion'  bv tbe  Noitli "W'ot.1 Lt'jisl inive* As-ciiiblv  dnniif-   it-,   hv-L   .is-uiii     On   ii.o  piineiplt-   'public   11 e 1    .111  public    piopcirv      the    l.\ou~ti\(-  Liiimo"  ol  com si-  cib|eco ti being  ci lticUCo, but' I1.16c 1 U n .-in*-hiiuld  at lf*a-c be f.1.1    'iul '1 i*-'"d on Iru r  Qui Monuon   u'ilni-" iiti/e'i-, v.lio  have immigrate('   to   C.i'i.tdi   no  entitled    to     1 .ailiv    the     st *nc  1 it:lil-> ti-  mv otlier secrlei--, 111 chi-i  lteo  toiiuli"    i->   Ion/.'   1-ehi"  ton  iiiini to tlm  law   ot ihu I *.*id     _l'1*<'  niiuciprtl  objeition  m the  'lil' c 1  Incot not Ation  tiom v. itln.i a^ vicll  1-    ottt-ide    the     \-.-euib!\,  dnected   not; -o  much   iguiiitiho  poweis eotight to be ccinlei t'd bv  the bill, .'i-* at-ausC   the Moimon  ch'-icli   r.���������nei.'lly.      It   hi-    been  ut",,e->teili!i moir th. 11 oi.efiit utei  in   b w i'   t In*  in '\  lueiiiulii   belou     it   by  111    tilt!   JOlliH 1   lUSl  UiCO  wonlel be *-.ib-t *ntuill\  ttving Hie in. uttliniil .1 lit*.-',  md ui iho la 1t< ' t 1 si li iv in,- oi'lv  Mfiidnvits tu er i u^uii. thev 'vould  lu.d mi> _~"-''i< 'Idlicultv 111  .111 iving it a - iti-lattoiy den 1-1011  TIip if-iilfcot tlie 01dm i 1 ul.* ov  Ou* Mini li . ol Justice 1.1 M *-  Srr*. niininn 1 c ise doe*-, not go ro  '-how llitl tho ftecu"cd i-, iiinocenl.  belt eh il 4lit-* P'opnctyoi the 1 on  vielinu |s,doubttul, 01 latlier th'i  ine oniiiioii ot aiKithei |iu> fcho.ild  L'* i lUen ieg.u>linc hoi  Tlie'ietion vvh.t'h has hpen t *' en  in the Li-o inidet coii~ide'i icion  willmofi with gt' apruov il  LI 1- only 1*1 ace oid nice witn the  piiiieipli*" ot Htiti<"h iiT-ttce ro  ir*'*Kivi"il! possible doubt ot Ritdr  lvplmp iii[lictii~g puni-limont. ind  ,,-. tin* cvicIpiicc leccntly bi ought  beloio th" Mmi-lei gives 1 i*-c* to  ���������-oiiip driiiht, lie IniT e*vtei~ded to  Ilm unlot tieimte vvo'imn (he oio  ti*c tiiin tn wlmh-ho 1-  entitled bj  ue 1 iv\ ot the land  than lhe A-=ciiibl> i'i oab-ni-r the  bill      ieeo2iii,ced      thi*     _M.un.on  itligion.    This  -tate-ient l*- ab-o-  httelv vvithouc anv loimdation ii.  iactjbuc ev-e*u supposing  lh it   t  ivete   hteiallj    ti ue,   vvlut   then-  lu   L'li-adian    la.,     all   louu-   ol  l.iigioti whic.'i aieuofciii(on-i-teiit  withiavv   .uctipiil     1!"ltel 1.1 tin*       l) ai   \n\(-    nl   1   liiio.ituu.   v.l  Mot moti 1 eligion nuolu.* in   Ic -.1!    imjv. 111 Uiu i-,i>   ni-.i  ri'-aoiiitv     and    nobody   vvbu    1- I m .1 )i in d it.   t lU.nv   m  -icun  t^mi!*ai"with  tlio hi-rm v .it llio | hu.ii'icil 1 u 1. pome-Im    Am  Dominion toi   the pt-ticw  veil-In*  will sut-ge-t th il the bit lolui  Tne  de ub   "i   CImiIi"   IVIiiam  \ilIii'i-M  1'  tm V"'ol\cili.i"npLo"i  and   "I'tith'-i   oi     tlu*    liou-i     ot  Comincii'- '-ii"   the  igt*  ol '������u smti-.  inothci ' ulc L,< I w ct n llu* pi-Land  1 lio  iin -in       Mi    \ din 1-   was  1  tni 111 In 1 nl 1110 linpei 1 il 1'u ii iiiicnt '  i .ml urn m-ly s in ���������*  t *J~ an.l iniili!  'ec i'i    md " vi" ldlv   jiniria"     the  "ii*'t    Si*      Hib-H      IVcI      Lull  Mclhiuiipe.   Loid    John     tin���������ell  1 oid jiicuc'ivuii   Di oel I) Comi' il,  Hume  md'i-     He wa    1 can  oid ito to*   pailiiMPiitM v   houoi-  uiidf 1     the      !?' lot m    l> 1 mei     '*'  Cii.niui" in   i's-'i  when I\  va. Umtr     _Nntw1tI1-.rn11d.11g  c\r*i*ii'lv     advatued      " "Tf       ln-  memon w is  -hikuI ul\ ic-tfi rut*  uid hi-.(.hai*-eteii-tic aueedoro- of  piihaini'iuaiy       -ieiii-        which  took      plaei*       i i       the       hou-e-  dunug tho fir-t lialtot thecentmy  weie*iuo"'u cnteit'iinuur  In the Bi itish Army���������A Cuban General  Surrcnderswitli His Command���������The  Diurnioiiil Railway Sclieuic Report-  eel Off���������The Yankees Out Curl the  Canucks by :.', Points.  I onih.n. Jan. 2U.--Liii'd Wnleslcy  -pi lnn_' it a liaiii|iu't. in Londeui lhis  ( vcmi'.. 11*fitted wnal be e-.-iili'd "pi'S-  -iim.ui iiiiiiiiis ciiiTi'iil, about llie:  Uiiti-h 'liny." f.'ird Wolsely assert-  iillhit 't I'liiglauil declared war to-  niiiiiuvv --hi' I'utilil have two of tlie.  It i -l aid uit-.i-l Iully equipped army  coi [l-in t I'adiiiess to embark for nny  btiu-'i |iiii't before the necessary ships  (iiuldbi Die-pared In embark llicitn.  Id -nd I iirtlici'uiore, lhat il' the men  mil he Iter paid lherc vvouid lie mi  ililliiutlv ir. nblaitiiug recruits.  IMI'KllVlNli RAINY  l.'IVHIt  WivMi'iiii, .Ian.   Ml.���������A    survey   ol  I. iiu\  lliver rapids is being made pre-  p  .ilu'v In iui]ir(iving unvigaliuii.  \ cfii.vN si;i.'i;i-:niii-:i!  Ni w \ oi:k, Jan. 2\.���������(iesneral I'arro  with In-entiri! coimiiunil has surren-  ili i.d In tbe Spanish in Santa ' Clara,  (. ub 1  i i'-:   i,'!_;..-i.vk������.ii oii.M. di.'i-'  'Hi , w a. Jan. 'il.��������� It is riiporic'il cm  tciieul iiiiluirity that the Fc'leral (inv-  ;t.i mni nl have .ibimdoiied the Druin-  m,iiid Counly railway scheme, in e.-on-  seipiei-ii e> of Ihe violent opposition  liom 'li (luartcr.-'.  V  lll.OODI.KSH VICTORY  l" i;i��������� Jan. "II.��������� AL the bonsniel  MSlcrday in the uiternatiouai  i t lie I'uiled states beat Camilla  p nut:-.  TnMiORAl-lilf TICICS  Via Winnipeg, Jan. -I.  Ibis-i 1   is   using    threats   to coerce  Chui 1  15 it l'-irpige is to have n waterworks  sv stem  A li. 1 -it Grand  Forks  did  d m n?e .  "leith" from the pla'guc  at  pumbci cd bol last week.  Pin,i 111 sliideiilspai'.-idpil tbestiPi-'s  1 .-t nighl shnuling   \'iri:t' ~/:'iiii)i:n,itr.  Il is  -tab'il   that   the   railway   from  lelitriiph (!ri*i*k   to  Teslin" bake  can  b. built i'.*r :;_."i,i)UO per mile.  H~a  3 K       ���������!  ���������sfi S a K  A Pi H >a H  h St35" '<!  Tlie Coiniieiiij- will pay 25 Coiltb each for  TaitiiiracTieH delivered on ils minion itrounelH  clc'iu' of euctiiiiliranceH in iiccordancc with Llio  below lnoiilione'il upeullioiitioiin :  All ties vvill be carefully iiisoectcel, tuul thin  nrico only vvill lio paid for those' wliich como  up to the spci.ilicaliou-!. and 011 whicli tliere ia  no claim for Grown elucn.  I'arlii'i ilet'iiliiK 10 cut lien un leiiulii other  Ihnn llicir own m\mt not. jiroeceel wil tiout.  lic'.'tniL from the drown Timber Af-cnl. at  i'i-lmoiiloii, unit in ali easei C'ro'in diu-s at tlio  ni in of three c.'nt3 per Tie. vvill be ilc'ductcd  from abovu prico unless 11 letter le lirodiicuel  from the Oi-ovvn Timber uo-i'lilylnK that  Tieo an* clear of dues, "jolliers who linvu cnl  'lien oil' their own eir either patented hinds  niut.r, furnish (Irovvn 'I'iinb-i* Aijer.l. vviili  s-i-tihinetory sworn ovieleiiee vvhere. 'i'ics were  em. before ho can i?nuo cleuranco iiiul before  Company o-iin iiccoot Tien.  Cellar or Jucl; Vino Tic8 will b" taken at 11  ri'eluccd price accorilinc; to the i|iin!ily. Spruce  will not, hoiiccepted ut all.  l'artic-i wlio propoee ilelivcrini' Tics iuuhL  applv-10 lhe Company's nyenl. nt. points vvliero  tliere i*3 one, for me lo pile Tiei, nml al, ollior  points will apply for site to section foreman.  The Ooiimany will sonil mi in&pooloi* over  tho roael us soon as delivcrieu are completed,  of whicli duo notice vvill 1ji> yiivcn t,, i.nablo  e:ontraotor.-i to bu prcsenl. I'iii-ties (ioiivei-iii^  'i'ies nuii't Itirnipli receipts fehowiiiK llioy havo  paid all bills for labor nnil supplies incurred in  connection Willi tlie -vork, and must, establish  Ibeii- Mile 10 llie Ties to tlio satisfaction of llio  Company's inFpcclur.  si'rceinc.iTiii'*.' i-'iin tii:s.., ���������  T.iniarac Tics: All Ties inuol be Rood,  sound, livo tamarac, exaclly eik'lu, (8) fuel. loui.'.  cut. sii'.iaro at. each end, six (li) inches thick, and  at least six (li) iuebes nn l.lio face, clear of I be  bark at tho siuallost, part: to lie smoothly  bevvn. five from siuikeH nnd seiorc iiiaiks,  ucrfeullv siruiKht., nnd must bo sound.  Cedar nnel .lank 1'incTies: All Ties iii'iiitlm  Komi, sound, livu O.dut'or .lack I'inc-, exactly  eii;ht (8) font 10111;, cut si|ii;vi-o at. each end, six  (II) inches think, and ul least fix nil inches on  the Ince ..lour of bark at the smallest pari,; to  besniootlily.licwii, froo froin shakes nnd score  marks, perfectly, and must bo sound.  VV. WHYTE,  Managoi'.  Winnipeg, 1th November, 1S97.        nlo-dw-tt  Wholesale denloia in  1   a 'ix%������  |J8  CP  2s  FRONT STREET  REVELSTOKE, B; 0.  FEr  DGUS  T \  The Centre   of  the   Lardeau   Mines  Tl^e  Pioneer  Stores  flerchant's Hotel  lSieci!iev."ai:t,  li.  I',irsl,-i'lii������s iti ovcry resppefc.    linod ac'eoiiiiiiiid.'itioii.  'Wiuuss, 'l.ii(|itui'-_i and Cigars at thu l-ar.  S,  hen  ip it  bv J I  jof  Fepguson  and Ten _Miie  Cummins & Go.  0 I'jNI'.KAI., BIEKCUANTS  Dealer in "Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  ~~vcrylliiHE-  to  l*e  founil in n Kcnoral store.  l"o3l Ollice in conucction.  VJ. J. La 6pan,' Pro pri ei:or  Columbia  0iISP~  <x>  H_y  Tho   latest  Choice   W  Best  hotel   in   town  mcis,. J.iijuors  accoiniiiodation.  (jctitrally  uid   Ciytti-s  J-atos ' $1.      1  lijejatod  oay-  I Brown & Pool,  REV  P  X  .'100.01X)  Bombay  Atour TICX-Mir*!-* HIJANCII Store  Powder, Caps. .'"use. Coal. Sleel.  nml all "Vliners' and Prospoolor-.'Snppliea arc  kept on lianel  Be Sure and  register at the  BeflLMORJIL HOTEL  When you reach FliKGb'SON'.'  Proprietors  ;lstoke  Largo  light  bod  room.-:.  Table.  Iiirni.-iheii  with  Li. ^-t* fj E ig&PJi ' tho oiioiao!"!-. the; .market;  I    yil'3^^    all'ordH.'    Wines,  v -.       Licjuoi's     and      J.igars.  latus   tl" 1.C10 a  day.     ftloiithly rate'.'-'  .). ALB NUT STONl'], l-roiiric'tor. '  YUKON  JURISDICTION  Will be Deciclcci at tlis Next Sitting  of  the Dcuiiuisn "louse.  1 'n. (.ii.ln.-'is (tl.tawa. coi respondent.,  u eh i date in'.laiiuary I.Sih. rays itis  i itlii-rii)d lu be the* intent inn 'vflhi*  f. vv i i miiem. '-') introduce' legislation  in P ii li'iuii'iit l hi- su-ssion ileliiiing  lh. |i_> iiiuii uf the iin.ireraiii'/CHl terri-  Knu-, in the Xui'ih Wc-t Terrilories'.  I in u.i horilies at I.'-ifimi seem to he  ���������iloi ic imsiP.i' the imprcst-iou lhat  tie ii iv-r- Mimi! authority in Vnkiui.  i ,t Piemier Hauitain vv.-is crediteil a  lew v.iek.- ago in the press with i-.iy-  mglhii. his (.-seculiv-e intended send-  ni^r 1 ji :i. pat i v uf c.fli':iala lei lhis  ^ l'.on and their chief license im-pec-  lei vv t- 10 he one- "t. lhi������m. In the  Nuith Wesi -\.--''iiibly. fiuir or live-  we.'x- ag.**. a di.'bale wa< brought, up  ,1 .,e'.v.-i.i,i|>;-r repoit I bat. the (inv-  i 111. nt. at Ult.-iWH h-'.i! impi'.-i'il a tax  e>r -IJ i trallnn u:i vv hi-skey gnin^ into  ~t ukmi    auil   mi   th-it    iici a.-imi   Mr.  Pnbli-Jied by The  ilj'h'AM-, acknowledged to  ue the nici-it complete and  .aeoiirato map obtainable  of the overland loutea to  the Yukon   Lithographed,01*. heavy  or light paper v   Trice $1.00.  Together vviLh a copy  of sucoial edition ot: Tin-:  IIkkai.ij. containing com-  pletc in formation _ regarding   ro-.ttiis,   suppli-!*-,  etc.  The table is provided with the best  the  market uil'.ircis.     Kates from  $"  10 J*-:' por day.  CUJMJIIN'GH J31tOS.  Proprietors.  Sam  -Needham  1  11  tu  .:l:le  -vi ���������  r.   ��������� 1' *  "���������li iii   which hi'; ���������**��������� aXkZ  and     tuok    ihe* |  HepaId  ciiK'ii'y,  Al'oei'ta..  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Gonil "-lyln nl Lowest Price*).  DOUCilj'A.S STni-I'T   ���������   ]."l"VRI.STt)I"E  oomB  Doops ' '    ' '  Saslz    -.      .-_        ,..    .. ..'  TuiTiings   " ��������� .-'  .Mouldings'  . *       ���������"'  THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw <&. Planing' .Mills  Rev-elHtolco Ag-csiic:   "PiPPT  TR"!  *-&3  & WS2GHT.  _fi. xi.Ei.1   JL   jl%S j>- .-.,.- _Ly J- fc.   j-s-,4& -V &-4 ,f?L, X ,-T-'i".a_fjaj'-  Feed r.nd Sale Stable c-ftiic Ii^ricai" n-iici. .Tcoul" Ijalrc'District  A.  and      Pack  for hire.*.'" "  ';Horses  d   Teaming   a  llaily Htagc  leaves  lor Trout Lake Cilv  tl  thi  "TliOiup-on, who (eit ttilv could  not be accused ol 1 ldiffeieiM e to  Jaw or motal- would have been  in-tnimeuiil 111 allow, rig tiie-c  jio'ople 10 -citie 1*1 *~ uiil.oiii  .MIjci t.i. hurl lie not bci 'i - .ti-lmil  that hi- doing -o v,.1-piupei ,nu\  in the be-t iiitcie-l- et the  country  That the _Mounor.- 'ic gootl  -ottlei- theie cm bo in ctotibt  Thev aie-obe: i*ni*i-ti ion- people  wbnimnd tlieit .ivn bu^i"c-- .md  lind nie'itv to <lo T!.( 11 -ettlc'-  niPi'l- it ' t'd-to'i tii1 \,"iiif 1111  View aio muon^ tli-* 1110-t  i'to-petoils and pio^ie*--iv e in the  Tenl'.oile- " hen -ociil hie .1-  Iai a- cm b** a*-ejitan *~t 1-  flituelv in <k coidai'c l >vitn tile  Iiw ot C.niadci  The objection to the ^'oioion- 1-  ba=ed lor the mn-t put *f not  altogether���������on the fact that the  meiiiber- of that church pt.n >-i-,ed  polvgamj- in the bcate ol I'tah.  If they do not pine ~i'*_j po'\ trimv  iu Can "In. tlu '.iilv i.lif 1 tui'i  agamit thei.i i.ill- to tin* Rimini  Jt rhey ilo piaeti-t* irihrhno- in  Cannd-. thev .ne ginliv r,| i  Mol.icionnt 11 law id the I md .mil  aie amenable to th it It in the  'aine way rh it many oi.iei too  much mairied people who ivc*>r  not Mormons have been m irh  amenable. But -0 long 1- the  "vloimon- euudiut them-^lvc- a<-  l.tvv-abitiing citi/en1-, t'u'V ,11 p  ontitled to all the nt n i.'pgc-  enjoveil     l*v    othci     1 tv, ali'diuc  C-Itlj-C'll-. r.le-        (ill'il. Ill-   i  against them v. itlior.c piool  bet������av" a inrk ol tliat -ii'iit ol  Buti-li tan p'av ot which we* .ne  *=o proud and v. nie h vv v ai a -o lond  of talking about.  "l llkllll    W Ull 1  Ii -iinnui-X    >l  -suJT'i"    _._"_0.  HllltlCI 1   lo  n  u h I etc   111  1 iluucti ��������� -* .ich  \\ ijlikeiiu * 1 -c lie 1 1 in in i_. nl  the < iii-v's Ni-t I1"*,' Cnl "otituiiv  hi-It tl lot the mni'- in th l'.i��������� He  e ,\. 1 nl the 1 iibv iv will i e nn IP  111 il 1 nut - bv Ni it hoi -"pin md tb t  tin C!ini|)in- vvul be uieptn-'i I -un  plv tn il then \ mtci' nl ">) u> ni  cii.p'.ovul un' ll - v nl be* 1 ir^elv in  111 ,'i-ed 1--1,011 ia in u Innei v loi ih  ' 1 lop 11' the fin i - in be got in b  1- ])i nposi ei t" i< 01 _. th * up 11 - bv lc 1  tt e tl v iml ill -lo* mode ii ep~"l' "  v  iM In Us d.    1 it'v inki  uve'i     vv  I uiiiiii ih in Iv  ' 1       e.l  nei     -nl    1-    'lie    '1  I 'lho opiit.M" ot 1 Hint (fiuiM- !-ive 11 11  tin   lllllllll,'- mclii-itiv  1 coi.e v.i'i   then   be   iiu  -melt* 1  _' ui*  li 11 il  ' that, hi- C'i,v"ili!nei".l, had j  i-liu-i in Vukii'i. l! was report- ;  iivnr l-.vo 1 -.iii ii*. a. leh'trram i  lti?t'ii*itr~i~rr.T.. a "i.'i'-iiiiTei   "ilj    c'nr*^"  iv   mi'!    tile'    l::-cn-e   in-pe-ctor;  1 L out 'ni'  the Yi.-;mji   ir-n-itr-ry. ,  i-    r.-.ibop   i-.rirlijmiiii.-d   for  thei  !>!y   in hci'i a   hu.-r d'.'Iiati;   em. a  ip.--r  p.u-a_j;rr.p!i. ivilhemi      Jir.-t ;  i-W.v-. to :isi-c-i-:.iin ;t.~ erutii. and j  \v: te*e,    r.'l sh  i-iiiut- '���������  ~1 iTi~--  "   m.   I  ���������nl -1  'It .'i  1    1���������.    ii  1M������,  ! 1 ikwi_  I "-Ii    I. udliiiri   Mu'uld ue  111   -    rling li;.-  .uuhoii  II ^tni'Xi'reisfi'   un:c--  - ue r 1 hi,- giMind.  t V *ir  hei--  a 11  p������-i fr-ct!  <1 1  iP'1 t'le    II tun    1  ill mil    w 11. inl-  1 (V I   -1 .11.���������   wm (  1 u   -1     1 oetu- in  1- 1 In   (1 1 'i il .in 1  h  el    _.o   1 hi  J IP      I  '       III.    V  ( ll' (I Ol  .1   t CI 111   ,  I llllll^llt  -tl.'Hts     ���������!  il  I hunti      u  1 tl 1    el>  't 11 1  vv *je> e1 1 r!   1  It    l'      t    lie 1  lh, lei  -111 1  if   I  Ull'  .1    '1 K  1 11     '  III  ih  i   I ( iv 11  I '     Wi  ll ll  1 III  It w 1- -ui' ub nut ( 11 e iiiu-* 1 u ' -  ( 01111 to In. >t -11 -'ifi - 1 1 1 1- In  pie inn   iu 1     1 (l<    Pi *  r-    '      1   -   1  pelilll   III   1    1- -       I I    (1    HI   I   I    '  -*   ." I      I  An intjiii -1    v 1- lie let biir 11 v    l   'h   i  III itllllCllll V lei    1    Ve  1   ~ I sllll i  VV   1st   11 till III' Ml-      IJ ( 1    V  SllKl*) lllil       >1   I   * 1    Oil' I 1      II  Ull  ' Hit I*     I! l-T-Clt t I        Inl      i III I   1  MlllVl'l'-     I-   HP   ntl'   11    el        is   [ p   r   })  V . I V    III ilulv   VV   I ll     Ml 1.1       V   1   ')    I   )|i  iii 1 h isli 010 - de I'll    ''I (    1 inn '' 1 11 1  llu   t 11 n vv 11 'l  il' 1   I1*'' ' .    II  '-        t   I .In   1  ellt " -   ������i'<     -nlil     1' 1 ' li '           "*  he '1 I  I n-)ii (hi     ' 111 ��������� 1     we 'il  le 11 '       1"   le* 1  il the    H ip.' -I ' I ' In         I rr    v  ,.    k r  ll-n el  p 11       1     t li 1   g It - 1 * 11    1    "i   L i  I   illn M 1'  LUMPY   JAW  f,.!!,,\rii:;r' lv-'t (_r-'i;'" 'i-..-. "h''" rr.".:  s   i.'tiv-i liPVedrU-r of *-,iio:'~I(,'di(;!  il ,1   >t'\ (,'i>iii;~ii:'-'io.M!'i"llorchii  ( 1     1    Xortii' \Ve-st~Mouii 1 eii I'i>lie-e:   ...  lib t    Medirinc Hal N'.w-,:  *- , ���������'���������-An !ii'l.ip.Ie.'iinih'f''."! I:t-*jtding  "Luiiijiy...IcAv," appeal eii i'li-yu'-ur i:-���������,u-  ci' .! 1 ''i:.ii hi*.!., which >!jHi>.s iri ..e'j.lVecl  lh 1 ir tho.-." -in-: aitthot ;tv 1 annutat -  !i nl in !.m.siii'.-T'iist.' in '. he .Mfiii'-'im'  Hi 1 :iglilioi'bo.-.'>d..a'hie; d. v-'etcritiHi-.y.  iD-iii t or feir the'dUti-icl 'Should 5.;'' ii )>-  The;-  North We-i.Moncleil  ortii  es  llaviiifj  Head Ofilce, Toronto  Paid Up-Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     -    -   -    -   1,200,509  Directors:  II. .S. J lowland,  .Prosicleiit.  T.l������,.Merritt,Vi(:ol'res.,(W|,.Ca|.ha,riuijy)  William Uamsay, Kobeit, .lalfray,  Hugh Kyan,   T.  i-Jutherland Utayner  Klias lJogers.  '^^Drl'tr-WilkiorGeueral'itiiiitrger;   Branchos  North \Vcsl". and Hritish Columbia  Vir.eouvei  Winnipeg  KevclsLoke  Kssex  Fergus  Gait  Ingersoll  I in ip  Pol .1  II ' i  he  ur eh  hu(  I  Iiu v  ( V. 1 V  el  :'.(���������>, 1  rcbased.: froin Merider-,  son'ti . Oii'C'.'tvii������������������/��������� t'e'impaiiy.. the .'-plant,  riiU-. biands."gr'.oe.l "will anel copyright  of 'IleiideiVioiVi.Urand Book the undersigned atv p:���������.-paring, to issufl yiii  i*i')tir!������ly ii"W, edition as -ioon. as  possible;'' on an improved plan."With  ceirrf'cticms and addition*.*, to date.  ���������The- piilihc.'itUul will ��������� he; ii-.sued in  ' futju'e under .tin* style of. the ."^Vortli  W(-sl: Brand Book.",,.       .   ��������� c :'���������:.���������;��������� "  All poo tracts with   tlie lie.nderson  Company (.ease. from. Ibis elaO,'.    New  contract- for iusf/riion oi brand adver-  l.i--eitic.nls  a:n'l    ranche  (���������ards   will    be  .accepted   from   hy the  (low (| tiara n tine hi,-; own j publishers at th'.- following rat-^ :'���������;.,  .���������el'muin/'Usi. or   l������   insist 'on.ln'sj      . KJnJlie e-ard with 1 '<--t<-i'cfc r-utS'' (*)  so. and m the event of -     ���������   7>aRC|,ec.-ii'rd with 2:stock tails   5 fjli  I'aoe.-heycanl.vvith lac-siuiili.  !)     til"     Pi  I. rt_s-p_*e_' c-i'int o.  which: limiiiy.'.jiivv  impoiyihie io such  t:o_?t;nd a.v-eteriiia'  ciue" n!'; that,   (iis  lie-!- kr.nvv  hi.uld In  i en  i id  i -i-  i,fe  in glu orseloin'  t l,i ov. tier ol' l.!  a Tmupy  live, to���������.b  c," iiin'f bty.m  forc'.'nie.n": of  liiivi'.jlisfTasc.s  now   iievinc., !  .���������i.lnr-.-i- t';i- j  y I.n in-'pe't'- '.  '.*;i*=e..',....' I-,'very |  lavvi.-ei ar.Oiiril '  -   own   ..'iter-.!  Ih'.-uidon     I Portage ia  Calgary       | -Prairie  lidmonton |Prince Albert  .   Ontario  Niagara Kails   |St. ThomiiE  Port Colborne iToronto  Hat Portage     | Woi land  Sault St. AJuric'i 'Voodstocli  ,'Sl, Catharines ',  Agent"   m    Great   l->i'itnin���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 12 Lombard St.,   Loiidoii,  with Whom  meniuy  may bu deposited-  for transfer ���������; by letter or cable to.,  of above branches. y  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of JMontreal, Bank of  America; Ciiicago, First National  ���������Bank;;"St,-Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of .���������-$*��������� "anil upwards -received and  interest, allowed. -  Debentures;-- Provincial, .Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Avail  able at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Knrope,  India, China, .Japan,' Australia, New  Zealand, etc   .; "';,  r  Gold  Purchased   .':  ~~*: ������������������- A. K.'E. HEAR.N.    '"  r/Ianiijj'ci' Rovelstoko Bear, eh  . of In-arid.'  Addrt's"':  <f)  Current pun - toi   1 n m  pmlu  i- i*  I"oit Steele .-re i-, iolliiw-   (lit      si Jo  pi-l bti-hel- hav, *-i(i pi i vin. p n it en -  ".l.Vlptl   be-he l    blle-tcl   '">(  tei   ".J     p'  lb. e^4- ~0' pej do/t-.i  John M.ittii'-v.*-, t'jllectoi )' ( u-'o p  -it the pej-rt ' f Simcoe- who tec ivn.  hi- .-ippomtmtnt in the -civ i< ui \ov  1^*1, h is he en su'-pi rieh d |u ip'i i-, in  mveBtlg-ilioit into t,'_ie ili*)i-s o' *le  port. Le.ivitt. the ofheei lelieviuc  In-pe te r McMidi icl. .it tin |mt e*  Toronto.i- now in char jr.-ol S met * u.d  will remain until the matter has been  r.horoti-dilv investigated. The nature  of the" charge's Iiu.** not hueij hiade*  publio ���������.'���������������������������'.���������  St I     lll-tl. e    1)1  i^l     ,'H       |  l I,-  l     I       i  \ te   ei, I        I!     '        em      vpi in l v     I i  f i   in   o' Vi    r,tuluni    "I     i'f     oi   (it  vv iin  i jiphi   1 lo '   mil i 1   In   1 i v   - i  ii 1 *  t   I te i I   le     hi-     Ip llll   ii   Oil      ei]      i    I ,r i  (itil'n -1*  'i)i)n  li - i( -nl   it    (    iiii  1  i      (eilihii i vv i-   i In it      li       i'v       il    j  1 i ' 1    Ni rt il   v\ e*-l    I e ���������   it' v')i i     I  I In i r     i i  -. * I ud .  i-  i oliipul hi v        inl  'te 1 \v lid- ������v I-   I I.Ill   11   I   i    -e In l   e t   hi j  I   \| i] nol     IU ' ' 1 l   (      il    ll   i        n, |  I ei ,1    vv llll ' l*    pllltll   '     I  I    III I   i '  j   I In   '   ivv ''   tie ' v  ii        *   d    I '     i  lir H  mi  the    ,' iiiiuid   I b M    'iv      i    n  -    i Iv    v   i      'i* e i .      h   I   i *  I   mi  I ) p* ���������' I ir i  i i b   * i       I     ' i  ! .i i.i 11 'd tl. i1    ii   Vi     '.. i I   ii   b i i  b i  i  11  i   te 1 to in i( i    i   li '' iu     ,' i  Mill > JX   t ll      'II Ml Of -,111'lv    1-.   t e   It-  lie ll id inlllih el It. ��������� i|in Mil li s e i  tiie statu I.e oi British (���������oiuiniiiii. a- i.ln:  applicant bad 'the* right to ba-er bis  ciiiini for admis-ioti mi any rrior ad-  mittii-iic he chou.'Bjto' select.  in the event r>! [  (���������"��������� I'n-.lii'l    not   re.-idiii.__r I  i in >he vicinity, Mhihfc ir,   i-_ only...fairJ  tei e v, ectanv'i'ine.' aware of the nm'iiing.i  (    In   '.* esl'nn.inlWlcd riCMsl.  to i*������nd'a |  ,, -, ��������� ption of i.b..'br.-ind :md,ioi. i Publisher North West Brand Book  uli  r>   the animal   is... ri.ini.img -to   Ine j  i i ire -t.'poiic'i: slat ion, when i.iir-- own-1  l>  w ill at euin. be made  i   1 tu- in such caf  toci.u.'iply w ill)  Hcrnltl Oll'ioi), CalBaey. Alberta.  Xovf.-tobrr '!.",!,h, i'i'.il.  , ubi'  I.. VV. ilr.ia::!.*���������;  I'lonitiiisi-i'.irii-.r.  I  '.VV.M.P  "I  ui I'.  e ii.  l-*e  Wl  I.    ri  |V!  li  till ll  !:���������'.'  I    li.  ���������bru ii y  I      r.ii|r...vl'  I  \\ vvili b.. I,i  ���������*i,    n vijile t.he:  1. ii per ceid.  r i'v '��������� Wir,nipe-:,yhas   b'ie'  1>,  I        ( ii V al,tax  sale's.  .],,-...-. iii'i' to rent !h  ertv fur live: years fur  tin  f'.' I '  "1.,  i:..,  F  r������-s,1  ioyai  I IllllV  li''.  I ii:-.  ivvii liriiil  if iii full"  ,f lhe li-l.a  laM"- iind aftcrw.-ir'i;  ��������� ligiirt;.  bi-i irefturp,  I'-.iiiiiir.  \ ,'lr ���������-.'* Ill  (he:  ���������bi mg lil,  in  Ma vor   A iici; y   p.rup-  aiiiiiuot   nf  to tell it at a  S&jitti  Hotel  -^..CAIiGAiKV  YEARS'  RIENCE  ..NC.'U.  Uutf  thv. C i'. ]<.., .Station.  -: to suit tho time--, from $1 to  %{">{)   per   diiy,   iie.'cord'tiig  to  location of room").  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Rtilly'-S Archer,   Proprietors  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  ftni-mif! -iriHltnl; n*'e-li einel ele..Hcrili(.loil nla?.  'inl.'lily n-"'e:rf-tin '.ur r,pl...on free n-hi'lhe-r nn  liiy.-nei'-n In pre.hnlily i.nle-iiliihle:. e.'.miniunii-a-  ri,.ti-<Un':Ov>-e..itliti*iitln!. ll:il]elh..inki,irl*:itiuit:l  ....ul (.''���������'-. eil,l...t :i^e>:ipv f..r-.e-'-nrint: P.-ile'iHJ..  - I'.ile-tir^ t:i'.'e:n'i .VIolili .Vi i:..,. rt:t-i:ivo  *),f,-t,tt nilllrr. vyiMioii-. e:l::ir_.-,_:. in Ilr- ',  Scientific 'American...  A lt-iit"!-"MtJ--!\-iliii~-1i'.-i?*"fl TTPofcU'. : h;iTi:e*t. -rtr.  r!i!-������(icu Of :my sctci'dtl"* J-mrnal. "Trrnis-, f\ n.  ymtr; iJ~iiirTr.ouf.Ii~-,"-?-.  Sotfl riv.iH ne*vst-If-:ilrr-������. .  MUNH & Co>B1Broa<h���������'- New.YDrk  urMOli Oitlco. 055.1,- St.. Wasliltisteti, "- <-'.  A  OBNTS���������"Ilm b*'t,  bifeinf Her Majesty '  'Oilmen Victoria" _,*.^i::ni" uialr^ fiv-,* elnll^r.,  eluilv iiii'IIIk fr-.*' -.-"JIB BnAULEY-  GAIiHBTSUK  CO., Limit-al, Toronto.  Thomson's Lainiifig  "very  .    i"ur pai'l.iiailars vvri'.e  CKAIG to 1IILL.MA",  at  o'clock  Tiio.m.sun*-. I ,.v:��������������� 11! xc.  Kootem  (filKl-TJCD' LIABIJCITY)  I   '(   l_s  rJ.'i-:i  Cl.'liAI'll  AivivowniiAn.  'I'D   Co.MAI'l.l-X,  .ALL KI.ND-S orROUG.H and.DUESSBD.LUMBBB  At  tlio company'ntoro  i.-t earned  jMci'i-Jiiindi-st.', A'inui'M' oujipiie*- and  i   I'ull -.tuak ol' (.I'oiii'i'iil  (-bitlity  at tdosi! rate's.  R. TAPPING-: Agent for Kevelstoke.  T'o s-ooiirc*. Oiio. ol* tlin-u* desirablo lot.s  CI US Al-". on the V. it K. Steam Navigation Company's site*.  Dont   wait  town    in    llie  but BUY XOW,  till   tho   boom   hits   tho'  spring   liki:0a   cyclone,  ;B.%!;q^:&'0,R'AG'E-;  Soie Agents.  jf^-  ARCHITECT... . ^  an ivBU'iLDE-R  Katiinatea _-nrni.she(I. I'laas r.nil upcei-  Il.r.-*itic)iis inr.eie:. Am iilao preip.ircet to elei  Blieip anil jo*) vorlc tin the Bhurto't  notice. S.iti.-fiidl.ioii frtiar'Lntoi-.d ".in  evejrj" oise.   Onll or wriie for teinm.  Main Street  Rovelstoko  PJlicNTERand  DECORATOR.   :;  First Street Fast, Revelstoke Station  , Graining. Ps~,pn_c Ho-Tig-Jng-,  Hard Wood Finishing, Houso  PainfcintT '*n n ���������������>! lira.jujbos,  Carria-^c I'aintiny, Oiiii-in.-^, Hie.  |B.Pi.WttRKSfr.J: ���������'���������';';  SlaplrsmitlainEr..'.. Jobbinsr;  ������������������, J'Pl-Liaibias. .PipeJFittinff-.*'  ���������- -jTiasmit-li!_as:'.-; ���������'��������� U'":':"*"-;''��������� Jv;:"  :,'"Sfeeet-JCrdsi ^Wcsrlx.'''       ']'U'.  :MacHiJie-r~?". Repair ed" y  liiliniqg W-rkaSpsGiaR-^-liis.    '  ,'..-ROBT.'GOR13T015T'   ,  RevclsfcoIceSm.    -  \'G&  Bmmi^MQs  "Maternity Jloom in coliiiection.  1 Vaccine . kept ..��������������������������� en}    hasiil.   --  Brs.; r.lcKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants  if You .Have a   '  J cMlne  to  ~j6h  Li.  F.  ������  Conti-aetor and Builder.  Shop opposite: Irnrc-ri.,1 il.mU.  Worlunanship Cuaranlcecl  *������=���������-Terms  CcjIi  -iirwHih a'"������������������.���������mp'iiiy   for.iiic:'!, oi-  vv.-iii-:  lo   b,iy a lniiie en- :diare:s  .  in a:iv" iiiiue,  want to ii:ve..!: in  SpriUatie*' i'tial c.^iaio 6r wish l.c,u-  iiiiiki;":!. I.nji-sow.'Wiiro.-it. ."iiicnto  <JJ?;AES   L. '...FORD   &   CO  ?.Ii.-.e E'rc'.-iers.; Stccks  Xo. 0 Mill St., beiv.-c.Mi .niversidc and  .':;praj;itc, SpuUsiie, AV.j: h.  M'  WtMMM  wm  seam wr*?'
-> 3"����
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On Every "/liner Who Purposes Digging
for Gold ia the Yukon���Michael
Micks-Beach Up on Kis Ea:���
A General Wind-Up of a Toronto
Corporation���Other Distant Wirings
Ottawa, Jan. .20.���"Vice Miners"
rerl.i lie-ate.-', which every man who
intends mining m ..hi'. Yukon country,
must take em, at the pi ice of ten
dollars per head, will he ready for the
public in a day or so. Persuii'.il application will ho required on the pari, of
I hose desiring them as lhe. rorlilicale.s
must, be coimlur.-iigned by the applicant, in lhe presence, of the issuer.
In "Winnipeg, Calgary. Edmonton.
Prince Albert and ��� Ivhmloops. they
will he issued by the ' agents of the
Dominion Lands.
TUUvOI.-.U'llls. -nc-Ks-
Via Wiuniiicg. Jan. 20.
Sir Michael 1 licks-Beach is reproaching Canada for* not' contributing lo
the imperial naval defences.
'Mrs. Mcl'e''*':--ie. ot Bueaiside, is dead.
Italian bread-i iots are extending.
C'erinanv ivili a-s-erl exeliisiiie rights
to Kuio Chou.     * ' '   '*
lion. V,". IC. ('l.iiisfone's health is reported lo be favor ibie.   ."  ���  .   .'
An order vvi.s   granted   to  wind  '
the Toronto linancial corporation.
Hon.- Jus. Ch.iiiihct-lain says the
European i-ui_rerl is a d.iscretlii to all
the powers. . ��� '
Several a'.ili-Dre.yi'u- demons) tatipr
are  reported   from    Pari's. and   oil
'���"tench cities.
�� 111 _.,__.').:.--���   ii
Adeline* Pat'.i's Husband Dea'd���Lady
Aberdeen's Nurse Scheme���A New-
Trial For Mrs Sternaman���A Significant Utterance���Bread Riots m
Italy���* 0~r.cer Suspended
l__o:~i>o~~, Jan. ID.���At Cue baiuiiiet
given last night by the London Chamber of Commerce Right Honorable*
Joseph Chamberlain. Sec-ietary of
State for e lie.* Colonies, in .the course of
his speech said : Looking to the cer-
t.'iint.y that we are likely io be excluded by- hostile larilT's froin -countries
where the- British ilag does not float.
i>nr present policy" is to take a very
firm atlitude and" io maintain free
markets. \V'e have a ihreofold duty
to perform." First, to "keep 'wliat.
rightly belongs to us.: second, iii Lord
l-*t*��ebe'i*y"s'o words to peg
out claim** fur posterity, and third. <t
anyone tries to rush the���.* claims
gently in prevent ihpm *' lteforrmg
to the ���-���fact'that, o'.*.r -acrilices-oi-ler-
I'ltivi-y", our u":*.e'i.'-l forbearance ar.d
diiferfuee lo I've si'ii.-iibilitiu-.. of our
ailie.- hav.! only lVs-u'.Li'Cl. in our lining
told tha*. tc vv*r.> ;ln* best, hated nation in Kuroye.'1-""��������� Chamberlain repealed ' Lord S:..r..-.bnrv-'s warning.
������Limit tl".!-. forlic trance."
V'lCTOlti.v. B. C, Jan. 1!>.���The Oan-
.���uliaiiile.- r vv:l! go out hunting seal
lid;, year . n m-'.uii.
EI.Ui'TlSIJ   I'ltrSlUEXT.
'lOKONT'1, .Tan. "!'.��� Elias
;, iiee.i: c'!ect"(t president of
;onto Board of Tr.ule. , _
'j'iir-: iirt-iir coM-viii-sioneii
1 ,o*-"..*i >**.'. Jan. III.���Lord Slralbcona
i*. .-ibiint lu -���itiil,- Canada lo assist in
the proiiiolion'iil' llie wood pulp trade
with Llngl.ind.
the   To-
Jan.   111.���Signor
l'-jONilON ,..-.      ������������	
ill Craig Y S'u**". Xorth Wales.
������~-n;i...\�����__.-"' iji~iiiia~~t
OTTAw.i, Jau. li). ���It is oilicially announced lhat Mrs. Slernaniau "who
was sentenced to death for having
poi-emed her husband, will have a new
IjAUY .VHliKDliEX'." siCIIIOl""
Ottawa. Jan. li).���The \"ictoriaii
Oriifir ol'X'urses is to be organized at
Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto.
TKI.KGltAl'tllC*   TICK?.
(Via Winnipeg, Jan. I!').
Ihead riot*" occurred at Ahcona,
Italy, yesterday.
llenovval of rioting is reported from
Prague. ���
The collector of customs at Simeon
Xia�� been suspended.
The* United Slates Ciovei iinient bus
pawed .i new immigralioii bill. . '
Anti-Jewish demonstrations still
continue in Paris and other French
The striking engineers have with-
s~r.ji.ivn" their demand foi an eight hour
tin y.
Dilliuiites urge the Irish'' factious to
unite in celebrating the memory of *US.
' London p;ii;ei*s uige Iiie  itnpottance
.of the Canadian Paidlie  cable project.
; XV. ,1VKiepheus. of Victoria, B.C.,
has i oceiveit :t contract for the. con-,
struct ion of now* stern wheelers
jot* a Victoria syndicate and also for
otic twin screw-boat for a Tacoma firm
A large force cl" "men are'.now busily
eng.i'jr.'d getting out the frames whicli
are to Ik-" ready for. shipment u'itnin
thirty day*".' Tde three stern wheelers
are intended for service on Lake; Beu-
n��_!lt and the screw boat for Luke Teslin. The contract for the machinery
lias let to the Albion fron Works.
Xew-* brought bv ll ensure laden
iniiii'is, who ai lived last Monday at.
Seal.tie i'ri'iii 'he Klondyke: by lhe
s-1 earner Cm una. is iiupui taut, ebb lly
' list, it coiilirins lhe di-covery of the
great ".not her lodr.; ThiMughutit tbe*
dli-triei, the discovery is accepted u-
an aM-uraiii-u uf (he permanency of (he
ih'.l i i'.*t as a rich cold mining Held. A*
filacer i'i;.'-'.iO!~-:. it vv." c-iii mil" r:i h.
.i! 'O.'viiv: to t In*.pi" litem,, for an
=:��� it.' -il" t lie '." 'ni e
.-.]' lb" i- imp. Joe (
v-i'iurniiig miner*- ."id: "V.'f Imv.-iI-
.-,.':,,,,)! eie ���. i.' ticltM'il*..'' 'it: i " 'f, l1 >-d i:
nov. ippei'i1. t h-H t hi- eiii' I'''.!, not'.'. i' ii-
,'.Hiding lhe -c.u-cil v cf loud and ligbl-
will be from 51_-,t'0O,t"W to  "lo.UOUJJOi)."'
Working   Camps    Nov/   Strung  Along
the Line  of  Survey   From   East to
West At Intervals of From Two to
Five Miles���Freighting   Supplies Is
��� a Formidable-Undertaking.
From Goat River Lauding on Koo-
le.'uay Lake, tho present western terminus of the Crow's ~~e~l branch of
this C. P. It., to Macleod. the eastern
terminus, is one crowded panoramic
scene of busy men. horses and nu>-
chinery, engaged in pushing forward
this work of constiuction of the railway that, is to bring the gold, silver
anct copper mining districts of l__ust
and West Isoole'nay within a, -*,"> hours
ride of Calgary and lhe cattle ranges
of Southern Alberta, and within' '.iii
hours from the rich agricultural lands
of Xorthern Alberta.
Tlie s( cue of the greatest activity at,
piesent is on the eastern division" of
lhe sm veiy between Macleod and Fort
Steele junction, a distance of I Tli miles.
At Macleod aro situated the heud-
rjutU'lers of the company, from where
allyoperations are directed. At this
point between''OU and -IUU men are
continually nt work���in tbe ollices,
stores, yards, machine shops, saw-mill,
and eoiiati'iicliing new buildings. At
least one construction train a day
loaves .Macleod for the, end of llie
sice), whicli is now laid'to the South
Fork of Old Man's river, about -11)
'miles from  Macleod,  where a  bridge
��� -er ORO  feet long and loT foot high'is
'g  built.    A siding  is constructed
.   where   mountains of   hay   and
.-hills   of    oats and    great     ware-
-uises uf provisions anil clothing- for
die thousands of men and teams employed in coiiblrucliuii are stored until
they aie freighted , to the different
camps along the lino of survey. Tho
bridge at the South Fork is expected
to bo completed by February 1st. By
Iho assistance of-powerful headlights
night shifts arc at, work,as well as'day
shifts, and, the timbers are sent from
'the mill nuiiibereid and ready to tie
put inlo'posilioii.'so that 125 uien with
the' uc-si-a.anee of chutes,--hoists anel
other modern machinery are now
handling 1~0,00!) leet ot bridge timber
every 21 hours.. When the" bridge is
completed there is nothing to prevent
Irac.k'.uying as far as Crow's Xest lake
and mountain, the grade being completed for that distance.-
Between Crow's Nest lake and Fort
Steele junction fully 2011(1 men are now
at .work blasting and shoveling dirt,
suiting and lilling," clearing, "right of
way,-etc.. o    * '   '     '  .
��� Actual construction bt-tween Fort
Steele junction and Coal ItivRr Landing 1ms only commenced. At tho tunnel, neai Moyiis city a few men are
working .-it tile appro.icii anel at
Wol-di's, camp, about 10 miles from lhe
wf--!-(?rii r.enii!mi��, a lit I Ir-'italio.-i work
bas lii;i::i-dnn��. ���-The. rijjhr'of way has
not till been si.vveyed at. yer, but the
i.i-l movo of this engineers" camps has
beeiiA'uade and the? hi'.rvey will be enm-
pl"tii,d- in a. fevv   days,    l.owc-ver,  the
��� ���.'imps ures-rrung along tliis whoie dis-'.c'e,:';Oiie' eye ry two to live miles.
The mi'is are. bu-iy ececting suitable
winrer-tpiaricrs anel cleanjng right of
wijj:.-., A typical camp consists of n
cook and dining iconi, bunk
house, lilacki-anitii shop, stable,' commissary.. and contractor", anel assistant's (iuaituts, . All llK's.e buildim;-
have, ii, substantial and comfortable
appe'at'.'iiit'e:. being built oiy liewn logs,
the .Te.v.ices   lilled up   with   concrete.
This "system of freighting is vvortny
of mention. To get the supplies into
the viii-iouo camps is a. large undertaking, as'.JOUO men and a-- manv
of provisions. For freighting purposes the/distance has been divided
into' tvvo.Vlivif.ibns, with Wardner as
the centritl "point. The western division is supplied from headquarters on
irniit Kiver, and the eastern * division
from the .Macleod ..headquarters.
Porter Bros", have the contract for
freighting from the west, and Strevel
to Buchanan from the cast. . There are
now nviii'' -201) teams engaged in
freighting and the demand is not supplied. This" number will need lo be
doubled as most of the supplies for the
spring and slimmer must he freighted
in during the. next two months, before
the road breaks up. For several weeks
after tin* snow begins to thaw the tote
road will bo almost irnpn.-sible and j
freighting operations will be suspptid-
ed. To I'ueihtato freighting r.por-itioDs
the company has erected large warehouses al ID mile distances from tlie
;6nd of the steel River Lauding, which vvill be Hlleel with supplie?.
and the different contractors can obtain \Vhal they.*want from these ilis-
tributing points.
Several towns are springing up
along the line of 'tlie new railway,
principal among which are lhe vvest-
e.'in terminus, which connects with
Nelson and lhe West Kootenay by
steauiboat: Moyie City, which is situated on Moyie lake, and near which is
the St Eugene mine and several other
valuable aud promising mining properties: Cranbrook. the market for
25,(100 acres of farming land and a C.
P. K. divisional point: Wardner, the
present centre of activities-*, and Coal
Creek, which is situated in the centre
of the coal mining district.
There is great, variety of climate in
the 300 miles distance. At th** western terminus and for about 12 mi!.*s
east there is no snow and very little
frost, but a good deal of wet weather.
From the snow line east until the summit is reached there is snow* r.nnuch
fur sleighing and the we.itlni is calm
and oold. but not -eveie. When
the summit is left hpliind the
atmosphere i*- noticed to be
with a gr.idu.-illy incieii-ing win,*
until lhe Creuv's Xe-t Like is readied,
when the wind be'coinca almn-it a hurricane. Th" mercury .il-o ihopn ��.-.
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AIKTIIODIST iJHUltC'lI ��� Reve'l3loke.
j-v-- n.'i-vic.j.i at 11 m.'d 7:S0 i;i...--s uic-ctiii;: r.t tin* close til" th
ni'M'r.ii::; "urvlre. .-alibMli .-'c'lool and Bible
Cl.-mti in _!::*0 p.m. W'tekly prayer meeting
uvi-ry Wnln.'sniiy evui Ini* at 7:1(0 p.m. The
public are cordially invited.   Sens free.
l'I"V. .1. A. VVOOD. Pa-tor.
fllUUOJl OK lINOliAND-Sl. P.ter's,
's-' ltuv-cli-toliu Ilonrjot frvice: KveniriK
pr.iyesr ibdly at fl o'clock h'ridnys at i"iI0
���siiudiiyiiiii.d Holy Communion at S^ pniyu- at 11. isunday School
nnd Bible Clue-H al _.'::W. pri'ycr at 7:30.
I'lfi't, Sunday In the mouth Holy Communion
at laornini; acrvlre-s.
 l'l".-""|- A. FORI". Vicar.
pitlCMliyTEUIA"" CHUBCir���Reyelaloki*.
x We-rvico every .*~tinday 7:.~()
p.m. Hiiro. Cl.i," ut '.*::*) p.m.. to which
ull urn w.'li'ouic. Prayer icce'tlnK at S,
every Wedncoilay.
HEV.  <". Tl. MUIR, P��stor.
"v   Htoke.     Mass  sucotiil  bunday in  month
ul 10:au a.m.
Strictly in the Wood
Business now-. 1 have uf the pre.-ent
time about 100 cords of gooel, dry
Fir and Hemlock Wood
Full measure guaranteed���prices
right. All orders left with W. B.
Pease i*o Co.. l'uvel.-loke Station, or
at Tins HEiiAi-n ollice vvill receive
prompt attention.
JAS. C. lli-rciiisox,
Sdlf AVood Dealer ana Carter.
Wood! Vvood!
Cua rati teed Full
Cord Measure.
The imdcrbigncd lias a large supplv
of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir , and , Pine
Wood I'or sale. Any person '.-requiring
wood will kiudlv leave their orders
with Mr. W. M. Lawrence. Roqelstoke
Station, or with 11. X. Coursier,
Front Street, Uevelsioke.
We Have a Good Supply of
���ni Lumber
Call and see us. We can fix you
Revelstoke Station, B. C.
Pacific. HS
The best and cheapest route from
Revelstoke* to all points east and west.
Through lickcU lo Vancouver,
Winnipeg, St. Paul. Chicago, Xew
York, .'ind Toionto.'
First class dining and sleeping cars
on all trains.
Through tourist cars to St. Paul
daily, and to Toronto every Monday,
Montreal aud Boston on Thursday, arid
Montreal and   Portlantl every Friday.
Purchase tickets to your destination
and have baggage checked through.
For full infiirmation as to rates,
time, etc., apply to neatest agent, to
Agent, llevel" toke.
Or to E. J. COYLE,
_ljis._L'tii!_5eugei' Agent, Vancouver.
The Cnnadiin r.iciflc Steamship Company's
Fteaniers Nnku-p and Kootenay leave
eVrrovvhend doily for till points in .Coottinay,
miikin; connection ut Xakiuip for r11 pointa
on Nukuip und tlocan llailvvay, ar.d Slocan
Cloio connection at Itobsoa for Nelson,
Kaaln, Ualfour. Filet Hoy. Trail. Rossland.
""urlhpori und all points south.
For full ioiorm&tiou. lic-'ets. maps, etc..
call ou or address
Agent. Ile.velsloko.   Or to
VV. 11. OAhSON.
Travi'llins Pussenscr Agent, Nelson.
E.J.COYLK, Pis. PasiengcrAKcnt, Vancouver
Subject to clur.KC without notice*.
Trains run ou Pacific Standard Time.
":"n a in Lea-
���0 Knslo	
Arrive 3:50 pm
8:"i; a in
...South Fork.
3:15 pm
'J::*; a in       "
 Sproale'M ...
.    "      2:15 p m
1-51 li III     '"
.   "      2:00 p m
10.03 u iu
 near L.ikc .
.    "      1:18 pm
10:1*3 a tn
... _McQuiKan..
.    "      l.Mpm
IO;-",��in       "
Cce'.y Junctio:
i     "      1:12 p m
10:5U a m Arri
"o Sandon ...
Leave 1.-C0 p m
I.cavn 11:00 a ni Snndon Arrive 11:15 a m
Arrive 11:20 a in Cody Lreave 11:2" a m
O.K. and P. A.
I       Superinlcn ont
Spokane. Falls and J-Ioptfyei-n
jNelson and Ft. Slieppapd
Red .Mountain'R,ys.
T'.\e on'y all rait rout" -w-'ihout chvrsjc o
cure litivvi'in Spokane. N^rtr.iio-t. Re*slam!
and Ni-l>on: a'to betvvecu llcoiiatid and
Ne-Isou. ��".'.
Hatyds ..
Although not much advertisiug
has been done, Rosebery townsite,
at the heart of Slocan Luke, has
been steadily coming to the front
for the last three mouths.
Wfat Strong Points
Rosebery Holds on
the   Slocan  Lake
Rosebery vvill have an **ofe
sampling works in a few mouth*-
with a capacity ol a 100 tons a day.
Rosebery is iii the centre of and
di*.tributing point for Slocan-City,
Sandon, Nakusp, Xew Denver,
Silverton.-Enterprise, Three*Foi-k"��.
Concentrator, aud Cody, ouly 12
miles distant*' from 'the -mining
centre of the Slocan (Sandon).
' Ro-e'bery is'destined to be the
concentrating point. -*  -���   ���
Rosebery is the" sampler point.   '
Rosebery is the .ship yard of the
SlOCUU. _-    -.'    e>
Rosebery is the ouly safe harboi-
on the lake. ��� -   ���_
3uy Lots Kciw. ...        . ...;l,.. -
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agent for maps and price list,or
any further information.
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eiclusively,   Mention this paper. FOR   Oatarrh,  Asthma,  Oold in the Head  OH.  Sick Headache  Sl'I.   OUIl   VAIUKTY   OF  Kii.MKIJIKS.  We have for Catarrh  Agnew's,  Chase's,  Kellogg's  Halls,  Wi, De, Meyers and  Nasal Balm.  For Cold in the Head anel Sick Headache, some elegant remedies 'nude  by ourselves, fresh and effective.  White   Pine  and  Tar  for Coughs  cannot be beat.  At.  ranada Drug &  ^^    Book Co., Ltd.  Cms. R. Mac'DONald, Manager.  Revelstoke  Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND GENERAL   NEWS  Mr. T. Kilpatrick, bridge inspector,  has returned from his trip east.  Mr. ("has. Liiulnrirk left yestei day  for a business trip to lingers' Pass.  Tlie American Club will meet at  Mrs. Downs' residence on Friday  evening next.  Mr. .). 1>. Sibbald's condition Iiiir  greatly improved, and be is able to be  out for a short, time: daily.  Mr. II. Perry Leake was elected one  of the couuniltee of the British Columbia Mining Instil nie at their meeting al Vancouvei' lust week.  t "Lochinvnr," by S. R. Crockett:  "Barabbas." by Marie Corelli; "Wayfaring Men." by ICdna Lyall, for sale  at Canada Drug it Hook Co., Limited,  The Lanark mine presents a detolate  appearance from the track. Nothing  is going on at all and the scene of so  much misdirected activity last winter  is now buried in a heavy fall of snow.  Jlr. J. II. Brownlee. (  couver, has published  i  As Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  ��������� For good and effective headache  powders, try those at Canada Drug &  Book Co.'s.  Mr. J. V. Perks has taken over the  management of the Miners' Exchange  on Front St-, the old Senate.  Shipments for the Waverley up to  date include one cur shipped for Swansea, and two being made up i'or  Everett, Wash.  '* Klondike and Kootenay maps-  different sizes and accurate���������at Canada Drug & Book Co., Limiteei. Revelstoke Station, B. C.  Four cars loaded with the stores and  furniture, of C. P. R. commissariat,  storehouse and the staff left Donald on  Sunday last for Revelstoke.  The last meeting of the incorporation  committee was held on Monday evening. It was decided to forward the  petition to Mr. Kellie at once.  Mr. E. McDonald, who took Mr.  Kilpatrick's place as bridge inspector  here during his absence in the east,  intends to leave this week for Newfoundland to buy dogs to lake him  into the Yukon,  Rev. Mr. Osborne has been conducting the revival services in the Metlio-  dist church this week with the, most  encouraging success. He leaves "for  Ashcroft tomorrow or Friday.'  The McDowell-Atkins-Watson Co.  have a very neat and taking calendar  for distribution this year, on which an  etching of a bridge scene in Scotland  is reproduced very attractively.  The delay in turning on the electric  light has been caused by a scarcity of  Runny sacks, which are apparently an  essential factor at this stage of the  operations. It is promised'for Thursday or Friday without fail.  ~ A fevv copies of Gosnell's Vear  Book of British Columbia on sale at  the Canada Drug and Book store. The  book is full of information of every  kind about this province, profusely illustrated and accompanied by a fir������t  . rate map of the Yukon district. Everybody should have a copy.  Work closed down on the Tangier  on the 18th for the winter and the  men, Cha~. Standberg, Pete Erickson,  Gus Peterson and Swan Balkenhouse  have come ont, leaving two men to  sack and rawhide what ore has been  got out over the summit to Albert  Canyon.  It is expected that the special ser-  ���������vices in the Methodist church'will close  tomorrow night. Jlr. Osborne, Mr.  Melville and Mrs. Dent will give some  choice musical selections on that occasion with harp accompaniment. A.  hearty wekorae will be given to ail  who attend Mr. Osborne will leave on  Friday for Ashcroft.  Rev. J. A. Woods returned from  Ashcrr ft and Clinton on Monday. He  ���������went there to take Mr. Osborne's.'place  on Sunday. Mr. Wood enjoyed his  visit to this district, which was his  own field for three years, very much.-  In Ashcroft the people are very hopeful, expecting about 5,000 Klondikers  to start from their town for tbe  Yukon this season. They are doing  improvement work on the Cariboo  road, clearing trees away from the  sides and fixing it up in preparation  for the i ush.  ]���������_., of Van-  new map of  British Columbia. It is in seven colors  and shews the various mining recorders' divisions, each in a different  tint, which looks very pretty. But  the topography of the map is not up"  to the mark at all. It vvill be news for  instance to the thousands of tourists  who have spent a, few days at the  Glacier, lo learn that Mount Sir  Donald lies about 30 miles north of  the main line of the C. P. R. at the  head of Carnes Creek, and to property  owners in tbe famous townsite of Lardeau Lo note that it is situated opposite Arrowhead on'the west bank of  the. Columbia. Onr readers will be  pleased to hear that a large and important town known as Evansport has  sprung np on Galena Bay, at least so  the map says, while the boom at Trout  Luke City has apparently lifted the  whole shooting match from the head  of Trout Lake to a point about half  way down [on the north shore, The  map is stated to be up to date but, the  new mining recording district  Arrowlake is not shewn.  of  Gold on the Lardeau.  The Tront Lake Topic's reports on  the placer digging on the Lardeau are  highly satisfactory. Arc-hie McGilliv-  ray brought, in G ovi". of gold the result  of a cleanup of a little over two yards  of gravel. One" prospect shewed as  high as $11. to the pan on the* Brown,  Culkeen to Co. claim. Nix, Verschoylc*  and Bciurke are. prospecting a claim  near Ten.Mile and report an average  depth of two feet of pay dirt, running  from 5c. to $2 to the* pan. Cague, Alb-  gren and Ellen are wbrking-.-i mile  above them and have dammed the  creek and cut, a ditch to operate the  claim.  RIGHTS OF CITIZENS  To tho lSditor ol tliu IlKii.vtn:  For many years I have watched tho  slow progress of Canada and wondered why il was not more prosperous,  surrounded as it is, by its great facilities, and when it, is blessed with some ....  of tlui richest, mineral bearing districts   "' Hits country that are privileged,  as  1  will  show.   Take   for   instance  the  upon the mind of any reader nf this  article tbat I advocate tho enactment  of any law prohibiting laboring men  from coining to this country, but 1 do  wish to impress upon your minds, that  the citizens of this country should  have the preference over foreigners.  It is not  only  the  mining  industries  nu   the face of  lhe  earth.    It.  has  occurred to ine that the sons of Canada  have been sleeping, while other countries  are   quietly   gobbling    up    the  wealth  lhat   rightly   belongs   to   the  Canadian citizen.     With  due*  respect  lo all mil ions, and especially  to   l'.ng-  Innel, our   mother  country, and  from  whom we* have imbibed  our strength,  we claim lhat we are treat ed  unjustly  by some of her subjects, who have seen  (It to come   here  and   spend   capital.  We  invite from every  country, strangers lei onr shores, and grasp them  by  the band and extend llicin  a  welcome  greeting, but at the same time  wc elo  not think it right  that  e-itixens   from  other   countries   should  come  to  our  shores and cheat and  rob  us   of   the  bread that belongs to us and our children.    England and the   United  States  are the two principal nations   which   I  wish lo criticise.     They send,   and   iL  .cannot be denied, millions of dollars to  develop Canada, but at   the same time  they elo  not  fail  to send corps of officials lo consume salaries, which, to say  the   least, should   go   in   part   lo  the  Canadian.   Ofltcinls from  both  countries   are  sent   here   with   less or no  more experience than  the commonest  prospector.    Many of them   would  be  fortunate if they possessed the experience   of  a  prospector.    Go   into   tho  mining   camps   of   this    region,   and  there you  will   find American miners  and American  bosses, nnd the Canadian, where  will  you  find him.   You  will find liini among   the day laborers,  and in great luck to  be there, and iu  many instances compelled to   buy  the  clothing   and   necessities of  life  fiom  the stores of these companies, and by  paying outrageous prices therefor, are  thus taxed to make  the promoters of  these companies-millionaires.- Go into the humblest cots on  Canadian  soil  and   you   will   there  find the rightful  owners nf   these   riches, tind who are  fully   as  capable  to   manage and conduct the  business of  any  company as  those   who   are   imported    into    this  country to do t.he work.    I ask you. as  true   Canadians, shall   we  lie  in   this  peaceful sliiiiiber'.-ind allow these things  to continue ?    Where will   the  wealth  of  the   country   be in a fevv years by  this c'c'iiLinu.-il drain ?    Where   does  it  goto?   The question is a simple  one.  It   goes   to  decorate   mansions in the  respective countries, and  on the backs  of the brainless dudes who.-idorn them.  Why, I have even heard Yankees say,  who have lived and made  their  living  in   this   country, that-   Ihey   wouldn't,  buy a collar button in this   country  if  they   could   help   it.    Yet  these very  men who have made   these   utterance*]  aro  the  ones  who  are carrying away  thu'wcalth of Canada.    What does a  Yankee come here to  elo?    I  will  tell  you.    He   comes   to   this   country  to  make "a stake" and get   out with that  "stake*'as fiiiick as po.s.-ihle.    He does  not come here to  become a citizen and  spend   bis   money    here.      Shall     we  therefore, as Canadians, a nation   that.  THoufd   he   a  fe_iclc__.-~u7n.~njj leade^-sTa  peer   among   peers, and   in   no way a  private in tbe rr-ir rank, be  robbed   of  that which bv virtue- of  mother eiirth  construction of our Crow's Nest Pass  lvailroiul. Is il possible that the  Canadian laborer is so over run with  work that the management and the  contractors deem it necessary to send  lo thu old country for Welshmen and  others to build lhe road. If wc* are  children, as some people think we are,  and have to be led, had we not better  open our eyes and see where wo are  being led to and call a halt before the  inevitable draws loo near. I do not.  wish to cause ill-feeling between Canada and any other country, because I  vvouid far sooner accept the small end  rather Limn cause any discord, but a  continuation of small ends isa slippery  thing to hold on to. In conclusion I  vvouid make the following remarks:  Capital is the logical result of labor.  Protect your labor and as sure as the.  sun sheds its rays so sure will you see  Canada rise to the foremost rank  among nations.  Geohgi"! F. King.  Albert Canyon, Jan. 23, 1S0S.  STARVATION IN HALIFAX CO.  Many    Have    Eaten   Nothing   in    Five  Days���������Suffering lrom Cold.  Halifax, Jan. 2-1. -The alarming  news was received yesterday concerning the fishermen residing in East  Dover. Shad Bay and other villages  along the western shore, in Halifax  county. Many-fatiTilies are starving  and destitution exists all along tbe  shore. The mayor has been requested  to forward food and clothing   iinmedi-  ..,.., ���������. ���������,, ..   .���������      i nehtlv   belongs  to  ns.    Why  should  atelv to the sufferers, and a committee i    "���������      -        ,     ,       , ,        "     -  ii    .     ���������!_.!���������  ��������� .������������������ ���������,i ! we be utiight bv those, who are  ignor-  was organized last  night   to  proceed '*    ���������        - *  .    ,      t"      ..        , ���������.      ��������� , , lunt   of   the country, vvlul.-t   generally1  in haste to tho se'ene.  1 here have been ; -' .       , .:  .speaking,   vve   are    acc|i;iiinl<*il     with  everv  foot  of  the  country   from   lhe,  i  valleys of Ontario to  the .snow j  -      ���������  ��������� "      e-.-m- ���������  Donald County Court  County Court was opened at Donald  by Judge Forin on Friday last. The  only case on the criminal docket was  a charge against Joseph Sarasm and  Ariioul Leveeijue ot stealing. Tbe prisoners were arraigned and pleaded  guilty. Sentenced Lo three months'  imprisonment.  Fulmer v. Haggen,���������Dismissed with  costs, the plaintiff not appearing.  The most interesting case*, was an  appeal from a decision of J. E. Griffith, government agent, refusing fo  renew the"-license 'of the Kootenay  House, Golden. A. G. M. Spragge and  Geo. McCarter appeared for the appellant. In his evidence* Mr. Griffith  stated that he. had received complaint*"  about gambling in the Kootenay  House. One party, McKay, reported  that ho had lose $St>0 there. He got  back S"~l) from S. Adler. the proprietor, next day, although Adler said  that bo lost it gambling. S. Adler  was called to give evidence in support  of the appeal, and after Mr. Spragge  had examined him the court slopped  the case. The judge said that after  Adler's own testimony, which shewed  that he sat down with a.half drunken  man in his own house and saw him  lose. $600 in a game, hi which he himself took a hand, and on a Sunday at  that, no further evidence was required. He dismissed the appeal,  telling MraSprngge that he regarded  the motion as an insult to the court  and himself, and a piece of audacity  on his part in making it.  For Sale  A Baby ilninil Ni-wconihe T'iauo, rosewood  rase-, in perfve'i .irde-r. Took lirtit prize at the  Chicago lSxpos-iiieiii. Price ?>_~0. Terms;, spot   Aupiv ivllis >'. ("rognn, Calgary.       liljutl  >_~>W _tu_  #*..... A_-i__.." ������y   ^o*_.           1 PJ3^^^-^;*������^r^;-*x*" -,,  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S  OFFICE.  five successive failures of the  fi-hl-ries |  and more than three hundred   persons  ins  N-'-n p  i-jcm*.  are   living   solely   on    eornineal    and Isunnv  ,-.,   .,       ,,        . ... capped ot-aks of the   ivicriK's.    I  water, while the others nave  nothing.       "      ���������  .More than one hundred house have  been visited and in ninety-three there  were no food or lire, and the families  were naked and starving. Many families have eaten nothimr for five* clays.  A number of small children have been  badly frozen, one family was found  huddled in a small unfurnishi'd room  on the floor, in which ite had formed  during the whole week. This family  and others had existed feir days on a I  scanty supply of cornnit-a! mixed in  cold water.  WiUium  or  .! I"  ,   ...    and tit..  e'lioose i Il,_i_:istrar of  countries.    Jt i.-  ; i !:.'(.. 1. r  not  be  the  lack  of knowledge  perience   which    makes . Ilium  their men from other  the favoriti-m and tlu- prejudice   the  hold again-t us sis th<*   owners   of  tliis j  count iv.    We   are   human   beings   inl  every :-ense   of   Lhe word. Ve.-t I ask of! /-*.'"���������--KB.   the'   I.ieute'nant-Gnvornor   has  ,i.'ii-(_d  to mnl...  tlie following nppoint-  7th January. 1S*.'S.  v-tinn. of-the Tow)) of  :>, l>e Minim; Ile-coreier lit  >r under the "Ki'venue)  I'icTiix Act,"' nud Deputy  ..iiiitv- Court of Keieit.-'iuiy  -i,  vie'c Fri-iliric--: I'ni-e-r,  1!'_|V_U  Agent for the Blickctisderfer  Typewriter*  r. B. VEbbS  Successor lo GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,,  Shoes, Gems' Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines Tobaccos ;<ml Cigars.  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFIOE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  For Sale  l-'ivc-i'iieiitie'el  limine fur snle.    Apply:   It. I".  Ilrmv, Uuvvlsinki' Slut Inn. r.'jn"!  LOST  On Thui'SiIiiv on Peniiriiis St. n j.'nlil   Imnirli'.  The Jiiulc'i' will  lit' re.iiiril.'ii  un rutuming  in  tliis ollice*. tl  NOTICE.  _-hut    i!  that  il-,  iiiak.-s you note j ���������^r,^i,,...11��������� Ke.i,  ���������   l'r  ..   v  CONTEMPORARY OPINION  The Western Mining Worlel has  been asked to favor the. Edmonton  route to the Klondike, on the gi ootids  that it takes in Butte, Helena, Great  Falls, Sappington and Li.inp Gulch,  and almost every other place lying between Johannesburg and Dawson  City. If a man wants to, g'> to the  Klondike it matters very lit tie whether  he Iwades through the snow over this  route, blows himself through Lhe Seattle route, or swims the Yukon. The  main thing is to spend all the money  he has getting there: so as lo have  more room for what he vvill make after  his arrival. So far as this publication  is concerned it does not favor any  route to the Klondike. When il. crimes  to a choice oi routes ovoi whicli American bone* and sinew, slightly embellished vvith brains, shall desert tln-  splendid mining fields of this country  for the overboomed, God-forsaken  regions of the north, one route i.s as  good as another���������especially if it costs  more.���������Western Miniiu" World.  you  these mutters with ind'ffe-renre. I  the want of eiu-rgy or th" want of  power, or is it that word which my  tongue hi-dlat.-s to ulti'i���������cowardice'V  If it i-: r.eee.-ssury to have money  to develop this great country  and we see nn way other than to invite foreign capitalists here to spend  their money, which tbey claim to do.  but so rarely live up to. How do you  intenel by this way of working to increase thu en phuT and tbe wealth of  this country ? 1 implore of you as  men of brains, to find -some other way  of raising capital other than the  methods now-in vogue, and then let  the development and the gain.-, of the  country be free to the: efforts of tbe  hard-fisted and honest-toiling sons of  Canada, and not. to the boodlers and  swindlers of other countries. I ask  yon in the name of common *-"ri-_e\  what benefit.-, you derive.' Iiy inviting  capitalists to this country, if. for cveiy  dollar they spend tbey take away live  in its place, and at the same time- leaving the ground worthless, also at the  same time refusing to hire Canadians  to do their woik ? I implore of yon  to look at this matter in the proper  light, hi-caiifi: if things are conducted  in this way. it is merely a matter nf  time when we who are now an independent, nation, will either become  slaves to our master.-: or wandering  I-jhmcTitrjs.    1 do not wish  fo impress  i,  |   'Tie  Mil!'  in-  ,./. i "  \. l:ie-M;.-.  ft n !."i'..-Yi-l l! _-._  i":IH!l"."f. ar.- :"r.';-.  I;y   re.e   ;ire*-r ..e".,r  arii.i'e-.r'iiie.'.,.' :rr,r;  ".[. ii?-- a- vii.������..u '..'  mi'l  if iii--  i'id* i ,-  S.lrte-k ������>r arrey .h::>:  ed and the rc-nil*- -.  0~ "7  ��������� "iclin-e are- iir.'ited to woii'l  i   Ihe* bli-.e-k e.r leo.'y sand,  : 'he: gravel feir nnlM. to the"  . J:.*.. T^IevlM,    I:iir..-aii    of  ��������� !tn������; :h������' mem., of 'lie  :, <��������� ..and   is taken, nnei it,,  i'l.A'nXfM. and !ie;rliKj.������  :.r]y ;.H<_5e-e! r.vcr anel le,<t  .1* th������.->- have, in-le-.'i :!)'.-  -:ti1*anei. The'M* mill'T-  -/--')].!. till; l:ltle-r   JtiOry   }.,,,  ���������'turn eivinejri* ivill -.end tli..-  ��������� .if'iresHid it vvill be a.H..ay-  ive.-:: io the 'jwutr.  JAMB'S F.AKKK.  -Minji-te.rejf Mine".  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  lOPPEiS  NOTICE.  "���������".A' r;oy Mz>'* C.uwm.  7  :-ittJ������it������; sri th*~ Ul'f:. .������������������-..f-*>t Mizilnss: fJlvLsf'-n of  Wf-,1   K'-*���������.*'---it/   :t[-tn>t.       '.Vh'TG   jrir-iitf-f] :  Vtf ins: ������ n-~-rf.h--*;-.- -'/:*'i)"-fori \.\ifix\  iin; hl!~  isow j.iin'THi t?Ir_,im. n������ar ('opj-'jr f'fiifc.  Fi-  "Hike  Tiotiro  ft^������*nt  f-"~r th<:  Mininir fV- , 1/  ', unVn'.. mxi  m   -tf*r-|v  t<-   111"  MfS������'ri*'-   of   iiiif������r.i  Ml-~~Lirihij-r >\ '���������r,������.t ii  Ai"l f.rrip.i*,- frik.  ���������"fctwiri   XT,   ~:i-_t ,*  UHII-'t! 'M' Kuril  , '.Viiitc-r -fittt, (u't'iTi^ it*-  Frivr-r   fop-.i-r nn*! -iiv/.r  ���������;  Mukt'-;  CvrtlflfftU- N".  from Hi* 'Iu!-- l.-*r������">f,  U('f������tfUir   Uit t\ -���������-���������.--  .Tii* n'-\ f'������r   che jiTirp-i---- of  ^rniii" --f th*' firjo*--- <*Imrn.  i.fA'ft:   tl'Jtr    nclii-ii,   uri'Ifr  },-:   j'fnr~!(H'ii(-f^{   Ix'f-.rt-   tli**  tifitHlr of Unj-rn'.oiin'ithv  A. N. SHLTH,  ���������:ZsS  ���������������*  ^  Baker-  and...  OATS!  Confectioner  Xmas Cakes a Specialty  Orders Delivered Promptly  The   Holidays  are over  i  But. vve must keep on doing a  holiday trade in order to meet  commands. To enable us lo do  this our prices on Groceries,  Confectionery, Flour, Feed. Hay,  Potatoes, lite., have been reduced  to the lowest, notch. We ensure  prompt nnd careful delivery, iind  give careful attention to' mail  orders. Terms: Cash on the-lst  ��������� of every month.  Hutchison &. Co.  The Popular Grocers.  J. Harris &; ,.Go.,  Calgary, Alta.  WIlOLl"*"A I.E  OliALKUS  IN"  OATS,   HAY  and Chopped Feed.  Cdrloaelh- shipped cm short notice.  Correspondence) solie:i"tod. T.'jaif  A Shave  A Haircut  A Bath  Smoking Tobacco  Chewing- Tobacco  .Choicest Cigars  Big Assortment   Confectionery. Fruits, Etc.   .  A   carload    of   OATS  just unloaded   at   our  warehouse.   Leave  orders early.  To My Numerous Patrons.  I extend my sincere good wishes for a l~.ight and  Prosperous Nevv Year, and take this opportunity of  thanking you'for your liberal patronage, which has  been such as to warrant my securing for the spring and  summer trade* of 1SU8 a larger etnd more complete stock  of Shelf and Heavy Hardware than has ever'been  shewn in Itevelstoke.  ���������sawn..,���������..���������_.   _W. M. Lawrence,   =  *" - - Hardware and Tlnsmithnrg-.  (-..,,,11 paid for l-nrs. "        Gurney's Heating and Ce>ok Sto-rca.  Miners' inul I'rosncctor.s' Tools n Spcciiilty. Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  jVIm) n full line of Mine Supplies.  REVELSTOKE  TIN   SHOP.  . ohc. *w. "sro*u*M:_A.3srs, ���������fro^si-stcve**..  V -IlIVS  vi in In-?  Hilled tliis 1 I'll dny r.f -laillid.-y, 1H!IS\      -.Kj'.ltvv  J.    R.    HULL   &   CO.,  HiiccosTOra to Htil: Bros. A Co..''  Butchers and Wholesale and Rotall Dealers  in Be^f. Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders In our lino promptly filled.  Tonsorial An ist, i'  Front E-trckt, Kkvku-tokk.  f. Mccarty,  Wholesale and Kirr.ui. Dkai.kk in  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton,  Sausage  risb anel (iame in Season  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  ''OKUl'ir in-'i'tinKS (ire held in llie*  Oddieilovvn' Hull on Uie*. bi-cd it nud  fourth VVi'dno duy������ of e'lieh month nt.  "'  7:"ipni.   Visitiuubrothien ourdiully  **" invite,1.* s'  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R.  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers.  jVgents, for the Queen l'ire Insurance Co., ol  jVnicrieii.  Represented by W. Morris, Revelstoke*.        "nil  -NOTICE-  TvJOTIC.'K is hereby Riven tliat thirly elavs  *-N lifter ditto 1 vvill apply to the StipendiKrv  -Mnirixtriili! for the North Killing of West Koot-  eiiiiiv for permission to trmisfiT niy liquor  license to W. 11. Tool.  n.WtHARA CLARK.  Iti'vclstoke, Dec. ���������"till, 18'.I7.  Mnrknts   nt    Kevelstoke,   Kevelstoke  Station,  Kakusp, Trom I.iiko City unci l-'e'riru.-on.  "jatf  NOTICE.  Notice is huroliy ^iven tlmt application  wil! be niR'Ie to tne J.Cf;i*.Iative A������*tombly of  th''provlrirc of liritish ColumbiA, nt its mixt  nry-sion, for ������n act to lm-orponite n t-dmpaiiy  with power to con-itruct, equip, operate by nny  kind or kiiifK of motive power, mid maintain  wither 11 siiinflnrd or narrow K|i1]KC railway for  th'; purpose of fonvoviiiB pasj-engers nnd  ir*:\%ht, inflii-Hnic all kind* of mcrehimcllfie,  from fl point Fit or neur HuzclU-n on theSkeeim  river, 0->>-inr dlnirlot, Hritlnh Columbia, by  th*' moil dfr(:r;t and fi-asildi" route to a point on  flie Outim-eft riv������*r, Cassiar distriet, Ilritish  ColiirnMa, fin������l (rom there to a point on the  iun.i-c riv-T, with pfiwer to ronstniet, equip,  operate and rriHlntaiti brunch llneK and all  n';'*t"i-ary roadi������ brUlw*, wiivn, ferries,  \\'i.4.rvt.<~ do'-kK and eoal hunkers; and with  [r-_.--.rr to hiilid, own, equip, opera14 and main-,  tuin --L<_.-im nnd other vessel-- nnd l*onts;nnd  wiih pow-.-r tn build ������>qiiip, op'Ttatc and main-  ruin t-d-'KrHph and tclopiione lines in rrmnei*-  Uoii witii ?������fil railway and bnuu-he.-*. and to  earrv on a general express tiu^incx'f. and to  linild find open-to all kinds of plant for the  purpo"*- of "upplylntc Hjrht, heat, eieetricity. or  anv Kind nf inotlv p'uvr; and with power to  '-vpropriare lands for the pnrpo"*-*. of the eom-  pnnVi and to neqnirc lands, bonnses, privilege*-,  or other aids from any government, municipality or other persons or bodies corporate; and  tn make traffic or other arrangements with  railwav, steamboat, or other companies; and  with power to build waggon roads to be used  tn the construction of such railway and in ad-  vanco of the ���������mmo, and to levy and collect tolls  from al! parties using and on all freight pass-  in*^ over! any "of .such roads built by the  company, whether built before or after the  cons'trtiction of the railway; and with all  other   usual, necessary, or  incidental rights,  ftowers, or privllf-ges as may be necessary or  neidental or conducive to the attainment of  tlie above objects or anv of them.  Dated at the citv of Victoria the 6th dav of  January, A. D. 139&.  BOPWEM, &. DUFF,  lr-jwCt Solicitors for the Applicants.  NOTICE.  * Notice is hereby given that application will  be ninde to the Legislative Assembly of the  rroviuce oi Mritt.sii Columbia, at its next se.s-  Mmi, for u Private Hill to incorporate n Hail-  wiiv and Colonization Comiiany to build,equip,  maintain and operate a line or lines of rnil-  ffftv from some point at or near the head of  Mcumbuat navigation on thu Hkcciin. Itiver;  theni'C by tliu most feasible route to a point at  or near tlio Yellow Head Pass, or In the alternative to some point on the eastern boundnry  nf tlie Province of Hritit-h Columbia by way of  the. Parsnip River, with power to extend the  said line from the starting point down M the  mouth of the said Skccna Kiver; and also lo  authorise and empower tlie company to build  from time to time branch lines to farming  lands and to groups of mines ami concentrators from any of the nliove mentioned Hues of  railways, such branch lines not to exceed  thirty miles in length; with power to build  telegraph and telephone lines, and to equip  and operate the .said railway and its brunches,  and to erect and maintain iiii neeessury works  /or the generation and transmission of electricity or power within llu; area of tlie operations  of'ihe Mild Company, und power to build,  maintain und operate wharves, Mocks and  .steamboats, saw-mills, and acquire water privileges to construct dams, flumes, etc., for improving nnd increasing the water privileges,  and to make trafllc or other arrangements with railways, steamlKmts or other companies, and for all other usual and necessary  powers, rights or privileges for the purpose of  a railway and colonization company.  BODWKIJj, IRVING *fc DUFF,  Solicitors for Applicants.  Victoria, B. C, 24th November, A.D. 1897.  dee 4 61 w  If you  want, riiiploymont. nr  looking foi* ii to rent/  when you n������iu-i> Vunci/uvor .  .apply to the  Vancouver Employment and  House Renting Agency.  im Hastings St., \V������st.  Harry Edwards,  Taxidermist  Third   Street,  just   east   of   the   =_= =Scho6l_House.^���������= =  l"eoT.He'ftds, liirdsnnd Animiils, etc., prenerved  ������nd niountcd, Order*, promptly  attended to. Win*  ^ave Your Eyes  Amnii will test them for you.  All nights uuited by new process.  C. hisses for every degree of aliort-  Kiglitcdncss nt moderate price*.  Look iu and try them. A large  anaortiiieiit of nmoked and colored glasses.  Chas. J. Aman.  OrroHiTE the Station.  Notice  Kolie-e ii licrcbv given1 that application will  be niaiie to tlic'I.e-pislRtive' jVsucinbly of the  provine'c eif Itritiuh Columbia nt its next tecs  nion for nn jl-et to incorporate The Mountain  Tramway and Klectrie C'onii'any, with power  to coii.sirue-t, acejuire nnd operate ropewavs  anel tramways for transportation of freight  from points on or near tne Nakusp *v: Slocan  I'.nihvav and tiriinches there-of to mines anel  mineral e-iniins in the Me-eiuignn Camp and  Whilc-.i-ate'r Hie������in anel elsewhere in llie dislrict through which said railvvayanel branches  puss e*r will pass and from points on the  Columbia ' Kootenav- IlHilwuy, Crow's Nest  linn, constructed or Io be; constructeel, anel  brandies thereof in the mining districts of  Ket^t and West Kootenay, in mines anel mineral  claims in the dii-tricts^hrough which saiel  Railways and branches respectively pass or  will pass; and to construct, acquire anel operate works and plant to generate nnd supply-  heat, light and electricity in the snid Districts  and elsewhere in the Province, and to elispose  of such'heat, light and electricitv; and to acquire and hold all kinds of real and personal  property, together with the power to expropriate lands and all other powers nnd privileges that may be necessary, incidental or  aelvnntageous to the full e:cere:ise of the powers  hereinbefore mentioned.  Iiateel this 14th day of December, 1897. ,,  DAVIS, MARSHALL,MACNEILL i ABBOTT,  91-101 Solici.or3 for applicants.,  FURS  JlS.islILLAMCO.  <' . ���������    . ' iNco-aronj-TCo. ,  EXPORTERS AND IMP0RTEH8.  200-212 FIRST AVK. NORTM,  MINNEAPOLIS,    Ml INN.  Branch: 55 wharf st., VICTORIA, B. C.  J. A. Browne, manaseii.  ~___^~-ShIpmen"s Solicited. Write for Circular.  -.s..--*ce_l���������'������������������^i^-i^*:,-


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