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Array ' UlLlM ou/JC  n t  *9  r*  -ISSUED   T^W"ICE-A.-"V^_BEIC--'V7"3iiIDI<r_ElSI"A.-SrS    ^JSTX)    SA-TU^ZD-A-YS  Vol.  II.    No.   10.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY  19, 1S9S.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance.  ^^SSSeiSSSScz?.S^igSSiSSp!SSdi=i^  Hudson's Bay f  Company   |  [I-SCORl-ORATF-l) 1070] [j  The   Most  Up-to-Date   Outfitters  in Western Canada.  Intending Prospectors should write us  for one of our new Folelcrs, which  contains an excellent Map and an  estimate of the probable cost of a  complete* outfit for tbo Gold Fields.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  -    Calgary.  Calgary, Feb. 1, 1S58.  Haig & Crage  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  A  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor,  &c  Notary Public.  OtBeo upstairs in Smith's block. Pacific Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B.  C.  WM.  WHITE,  Q. C,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.,  -Revelstoke, B.C.  9otf  ' Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  JAMES MURPHY, B. A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  Office.   Cowan Block,   Rcvelstok--*,  B. C. *  -    P. 0. Box 103. 16ftf  GAMBLE & O'REILLY,  Civil Emsinkehs. Pkoviscial Land  JjIJKVKYOKS.  Accountants and General Agent",  Kelson and Ro-slanel, AVest Kootenay,  British Columbia.  F. C. Gamble,  i\ E.. P. I.        ....      -      jrip^���������r-lii.p.ytT.)e.Ti. -_pf___Public   Works  Canada in li. 0.,) Nelson. B. C. ~  ,    ~  Francis J. O'Reilly. Assoc. M. Inst. C. E., P. Tj.S.  for B. C Rossland, B. C. 3jlytf  J. r.. M. Inst. C. B., M. Can. Poc.  ~. for 11. C. (late Resident En-         ill  Our business during IheXaias  rush equalled if not surpassed  our fullest expectations, and we  wish to thank the numerous  friends and customers, who  helped to make things lively.  Business must be_ kept .up  although the holidays are over,  and with this object in view we  call attention lo the following  announcement :  Our Dry Goods Department  has been thoroughly  overhauled since the rush subsided. All our stock is in splendid shape an.d new lines, have  recently.been added. We wish  to draw special attention to our  bargains in  Imported Flannels and Flannellettes.  Pieces'of Dress Goods  - A Stock of Hosiery, just imported  A Well Assorted Stock of Silks  Gents' Furnishing Department  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers.  Agents for the Queen Fire Insurance Co., of  America.  Represented by W. Morris. Revelstoke.        f.ntf  SEATTLE SCABS  And   Their  Troubles   With   tlie   Cable  Cars-Ead Man With a Gun.  (l-'inin Our Pontile Correspondent.)  Tin* past, week in Seattle has been  one uf numerous happenings. On Saturday, tlu*. oth. t.lii' employes on llu*  Fiont si reel i.-iil)k' road asked for an  increase of wages, Iml, were promptly  refused, wlieiciipon u meeting wns  called unci they decided to strike*, unil  on Sunday evening they nil walked  out -Their places have been partially  Hlk'd by scabs .-mil n Tew car.*, ;ii-l> running. Oi) Thursday while rounding a  curve tliu ni.'W gripman failed to loosen  tin* grip nnil tin' cousecpienco was thnt.  the cable was c-ut in lwo. Another  K<il his car nil tliu Irack hist evening  nml while tliu crew was putting it on  again a fi'owtl of some two hundred  people stood iiroiiiul unci luxitoil  ������������������seal)," at tlit'in. O. I). Colvin, tin* receiver, and Ac:ting Superintendent  Gibson, were both 'irresled fur running these curs with incompetent men,  hut tin*, statu failed to show to the  satisfaction of the court that such  was tho cast! and thu prisoners weie  disehai-geel.  On "Weilnet-day evening a Iii tie girl.  list mod Smith, was run over unil killed  Iiy a Second street motor ear.  On Saturday morning a shooting affray took place in which two men lost  their lives. II. C. Bollong and Andrew  Aiinen hav<!-he"ii partners in n livery  andjsalc'. stable at Oil .South First avenue for six years. Mr. Bollong got up  in the morning nuchas he. walked out  into the hall-i.Ii- Aiinen, who occupied  a room directly .across tbe hall, came  out and without any preliminaries began firing at his partner, hitting him  in two places. Mr, Bollong ninde his  wnyto the kitchen, where lie sank lo  the floor and died, in the presenee of  his parents and sister**.  After shooting his partner Annen  stepped hack into his room and locked  the door. In a few moments unrulier  report, was heard and when the police  cnnic* and broke in the dooi-he was  sitting up in bed with half of-his lie.-ul  shut olf, bis brains being scattered all  over the room. During nil these; years  these two young men- trol'along very  pleasantly. "At the time of the great  exc'temcnt hist July Air. Bollong went,  to Alaska, and returned a, short, tune  ago with several thousand dollars, he  having,made some-veiy valuable locutions."'- While it. .was not, "generally  known"!hat hard feel in,*** existed .between the two the fiictsai-e tli.-it'it-was  the Alaska matter which caused llu*.  disrnptut-e. It seems that Annen ran  the business while Bollong was away,  expert ing of course to shun* in whatever was found, but iu this, jt, s,(.enis he  was t~i_-appointi-cl.il." Bollong-would  neither sh.-ne. up the cash he had nor'  give Annen any interest in t.he claims  located. He was milking preparations  at the time to return.  CARNES CREEK  ROBERT SAMSON,  ' Dealer in'Wood.  Dravlng nnd   Delii "*"y Work a. specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams always ready at a moment's notice.  Agent for the Stand ird Oil Compiny.  The Revelstoke Photo Co.  8dtf  Stedio: Docolas Street.  Revelstoke,   -    -    ���������    B.C.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. T..58.  ���������Regular meetings aro he'd in th<*  Oddfellows' Hall on the second and  ' fourth Wfdne days of each month at  li������ 7:30 pm. VisitiDg brethren cordially  ~"~~ invitod.  Dr. T. Jeffs, W. M. T. J. Grahame, Rcc.-Sec.  W. G. Birkey, Fin.-Sec.       R. S. Wilson. Treas.  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. 4 Co.,  ButclierB and-Wholesale and Retail Dealers  in Beef, Pork, Etc. .  KAMLOOPS   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders in our line promptly filled.  NOTICE  To Contractors, Business Men  or Families  Requiring nny amount of Bread from 1 to 1000  loaves can have sRine on shortest notice lrom  Revelstoke STATION BAKERY. Our ovens are  large and jM, capable of turning out one ton  of Bread dally. Also Flour at lowest prices by  the ton or cwt.  Canned Goods, Confectionery and Fruit  Free delivery   to  any part of   city  or  on  rains.  Revelstoke Station Bakery  A. ". friiiTJi. rropri'-l'ir.  A well assorted stock of Men's  Clothing mode by the best clothing houses in C nada is now  open to intpection by the public.  Our Suits are in all styles and  for fit and cut look just as well  as cus.oro-mado clothes at a  third of the cost.  The Grocery and Provision  Department  is always kept stocked  with a full supply in every line  of the best and freshest goods.  We aie agents for Ram Lai's Tea,  the very best in the market.  Our prices are made to suit the  times. We always keep in our  warehouses a good stock of hay,  oats and vegetables.  gic  Should bo in every household Ior burns  and scnUls, all 'nn**. of swelli'ii;s, sor*-  ____th-rnt._ whooyiior  cough    col"   on the  chest, biteiTciinsects and -iilT"forni3 of  inflammation.. Magic Lin'ment i.  superior to all other:.  A Terrible "~abit... ��������� .u-nagg-p.  Many peoplo -"h-ive urconficiiug'y become  victi e.e* to the terrible coc-mp ha'.lt, through  using th** ca'nrrh po id..rs which contain this  drug. Jspsn. so e'aarh Cure <lo-������n not rank  among this ela.s of oiilar h cu-e*-. It iJ 11 lhor-  oiiKliIy* aniisep'ie pi'mael**, whih rca'boa the  sent of the di-'eas.'". relieves co'd in tl.e head in'  one minute, snd there is not ti single esse o'  cat, rrh incurable, if this remedy is persistently  used.  (_^W. A Griffiths'& Co.,  '    ' lll'VGOISTS,   KEVELSTOKE.  A Sketch   of  the   Mining  Situation   in  this Rich Mineral Section.  Carnes creek runs into the Columbia  ~~-miles from Revelstoke cm  the  Big  Bend   trail.     Tho   formation   of   the  country   is   made   up  of  a   granular  limestone" through which   a   series   eif  igneous   rocks   run,    traversing    the  limestone for miles-in   a   nearly ���������parallel cnursu. wit ha north west, and'south-  c-ast, trend.    It  is   in   these   veins   or  dykes that the precious iimliil is found.  Carnes creek is a, distinctly gold camp,  the gold being found in sulphides  and  aisenides, and not in a free slate.   The  chief development  on  tho  creek   lias  been done hy   the  Cnrnes Creek Ccm-  solidaled   Gold   Mines Lid.,  a  Kevelstoke company, who own teven claims  on the north  fork  of  ihe  cieek.   On  tin; Roseberry claim   ihey   have  done  con.si lerable wo.ik, having run  a   tunnel on the lead for OS feel, wilh a cross  cut each way of 30 feel at Llie end  and  08 feet of 11 lower   tunnel   lo   cut   the  lead.      When   found,   they   will   run  along it again to strike the end of ��������� the  first' tunnel.   ' -The__ ore   increases ..iii  value as the,vein is driven upon, going  from $20 on t.he surface* tn froin $0'J lo  $150.    The richest, ore  is  found   in   a  streak, 22 inches'widi*, of  nearly  solid  iron  . py_iit.es   and    inispii-kel   in   the  centre of the* vein, which is 9 feet wide  in the-face' of  the  upper tunnel,  consisting of quartz, fulfill1,   iron   pyrites  and inispickel:    The  company  intend  to start work again early in April  and  will spend abeiut.$10.00l) next season in  opening np their ore body.    Adjoining  tht*   Roseberry   arc*   two   claims   the  Aberdeen belonging   to   some   Revelstoke people, and  the  Hard  P.m.  the  property of 11 Seattle company  and  a  line of claims have been  located  from  the head of the fork over lo  Key si cine  Mountain in a noith west .direction, on  some of wbiili a good  deal  "of   assessment work has  been  dune. .On.. I lie  south fork some very promising prospects were'dis'royered last "summer by  tee Gebrgr",'*a"Rossl.'intl prospector and  bis partners.' The li'dge; is arsenical  ���������iron shewing three feet of-solid ore*.  It was traced for 1,20!) feet and assays  were obtained froin the ore of as high  as $20 in golel. This-party located  four cl-iinis, the J. to Ij., Annie M.,  Florence and Jubilee. Further down  towards the Liifornie creek elivide,  two very promising claims the Yukon  and Klondike were located by -W: JI.  Bean last year. The couutry rock here,  is slate'.-U'.d the ledge is reported to be  traceable for miles. Development-cm  the Klondike, showed the.'lead widening out and large; cfiuuks'of solid iron  ore-'weie -encour.tereil���������in��������� the���������lead,  weighing from two to" three hundred  pounds. There aiti indications of a  still larger ore; body on another ledge  above tbe one opened up. The indications are all in favor of an active and  prosperous gold camp on Carnes creek  in the near futuie. o  NOTE AND COMMENT  The. Oilicial Ciiiide to the Klondike,  prepared by "'. Ogilvie and published  by the Hunter Rose Co. Ldl, by authority of '.he Department of lhe Interior  is out and enjoying an i111111u11.su circulation. The bunk is well got up with  a number of maps and illustrations  and of course contains the; most authoritative information obtainable on the  subject of the great Klondike. Once  or twicH however iu the* midst of OiJjil-  vie*'s uncompromising statements, Uie  "Hue Italian hand" of some master  mind, perhaps one is pleased to think  of Ijiin. Clill'ord Sifton. is discernible,  adding Unit toucli of political nature,  which makes the whole; world in America kin, and adds life and color to  dry details nnd dull statistics.  I'or instance in the description of the  Stikine   route,   theie   is   no hint thai,  the usual course to pursue is to   traus-  ihip from the ocean lo  river  steamers  al Wrangel   that Wrangel is in America 11 territory and that herein   lies  the  hitch in Lhis roael  as  an   All-Canadian  route..   Not at  all.   The   Department  of the Interior is  as blandly   ignorant  of  all   this  as  was iho.Depai'Linent of  Railways, until  Air..Foster's  remorseless  logic  broke  down   the "glittering  illusion.    "First we will glance at  the  proposed Stikine   mule,? says the official guide.    ������������������From* Victoria,   to   Fort.  Simpson, the  most  northern   port  in  British   Columbia, a   distance   of' upwards   of   000   miles, sailing   is   easy,  lhrough     eoiiliniicnis       inland     tidal  waters.    If we have to   make our way  entirely in Uritish vensels. we can take  a river steamer at  Port  yimpsnn  and  watching for 11. favorable  opportunity  to" cross   Dixon   Entrance,   (some   CO  miles-across), 170  miles brings   us   to  the mouth 01 the Stikine River." This  is lovely.- Just  imagine!  the  patriotic-  Grit,.making liis "way  entirely in British vessels, taking a  river  steamer at  Port Simpson and  watching for a favorable   oppfirtunity   to   cross*   Diisiin  Rntr.-ince. and then  braving  the: rock  bound   coast and heavy under" tow  of  Dixon Fntiance  in   Older to keep the  Grit end of the situation   up.   But the  -Maiiu-Miickeir/.ie deal was on and Port  Simpson came in pretty handy.  CANYON CREEK.  RAILWAY RATE WAR-  C. B. Hume & Co.  Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.'C.  Tapping's Theatres  N'E.in Station.  Iik-it in the Interior.  EltKCTKI- 1S!>~.  Cor. Victoria Ed and Connaught Ave.  A very strong frame structure, 30xf.f>, two  storey, each eeiliiiK being 12 It. clean; a fust  class sta(.-e, lfixSu; t������o-private lioxcs; two  dressinc rooms, l'lxlo ft. each; changes of  scenery; ventilators; reflectors; 24 electric,  lights installed, arranged" so as to suit any  stage act; a gooel ball room floor. Kverything  complete. A good plane ami all the latest  modern iinpro-,ements. Everything strictly  first class. To let only to respectable people.  Xo others need apply. Charges moderate.  2flm K- TAI'PIXG, I'roprietor.  P&BLIG AyGTItfN  There will be sold by public action, pursuant  to the decree of Honorable Jlr. Justice'Forin  made in an action in the Connty Court of  Kootenay holden at Kevelbtoke on 19th day of  January, 1S98, of McCarthy vs. Kennedy, by C.  E. Shaw, Deputy Sheriff, at the Columbia  Hotel in the town of Kevelstoke, B. C, on  Saturday, the 26th day of  <   February, 1898,    j  at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, the  ������������������OIjADI-TONE" MINERAL CLAIM, situate on  the we-t si'-c of a irulch, on the north stele of  the Canadian Pacilic Raiiv.ay track, opposite  Muir's  tunnel,  about  Two  Miles   from   the  Illecillewaet Kiver. and aliout Three  Miles  ea������t from Illecillewaet Station.  Particulars and conditions of sale may be  had of the Pcputy Sheriff anil at the place of  'ea'c, and of .   _,  W.M. WHITE, Q.C.,  ICeielitoLe, B. C.  ij^.-i'^: Icr.---.fr-jc--~-  Silvcr Propositions Being Opened Up at  the Foot of Trout Lake.  "ilessis. Johnson, Dillon and Lind*  gren have icturnecl to Trout Lake  City from Canyon cieek, where they  have heen winking since the middle of  last Oct slier, .-ays the Topic. Their  properties are situated at the head of  the north fork of the creek and arc described hy them as follows:  Two groups, lhe Columbia, and tbe  Lot ten, comprise a total of ten claims.  On these properties the ore averages  171 ounces of silver and 75 per cent,  lead. Considerable work has been  done on the Lotten, and consists of an  ini'lino shaft sunk lo a depth of S2  feet. The results "were, highly satisfactory and some very- fine samples of  ore tout.lining galena, iron and yellow  copper were obtained. A "cross cut  will be driven from the bottom of the  shaft and the width and richness of  the vein determined. Owing to the  vein h-iving straightened up it was  left at a considerable .distance from  the boLtom of the shaft and it is expected when the cross cut is completed'  Hint a chute of fine ore will be en-  cou nt creel.  Ou the Columbia an incline shaft has  been sunk to a depth of :~*0 feet and  shows cp very well. The vein .is about  six feet wide in a ledge of 25 feet, and  carries a liigh grade of galena ore.  It is the intention of the owners to  continue .woi king these ��������� claims, and  hope shortly to have a showing of ore  sufficient lo place tlieui on the shipping list.  Not very far from these claims are  situated the Pedro, Black Jack and  Grand Hcilo. The' ledge is a very "well  defined one*, exposed in places on the  surface, gives -a width of from 10 to  20 inches of ore plentifully mixed  with gray 'copper which .assays 1G~  ounces of silver to the ton. It is proposed to commence work on these properties just ns soon as the snow is off  the ground, - "������������������ '.'-. ,'"'--"_"  THE CP. R. CUT THROUGH-TICK--  ETS DOWN ONE-HALF,-  -  % Fresh groceries cheap f.ir cash at  Hutchison to Co's.    Free deliveiy."  Mrs. .left's has returned to-town  fiom her visit to Toronto.  Rev. li. D. McLaren, 11. D.. pastor of  St. Andrew's church. Vancouver, will  "preach in the Presbyterian church tomorrow.  The Carnes Creek Consolidated Gold  Mines Ltd. will hold their annual  nieeling in the company's ollice hereon Mar. 8th.  The annual tri'iii'i-il ini'elinir e>r ilu*  shiii-i'beildi'r.-- of ih" Great, AVc-lero  Mines Ltd.. will be held in their oll'u-e  in Itevelstoke on March Sth. next, at,  2 p. in.  Mr. J. XV. Graham, as manager for  the "Waverley Mine's Ltd., has ienter!  Messrs. C. B. Hume to Co.'s cottage-  opposite the Mr-lson's Bank for offices  for the company.  On Wednesday morning before Fred  Fraser, J. P., a charge of assault was  preferred against Mr. H. A. Brown,  by his bin-tender. John Laughtoii. was  l.e.-u-d. Mr. Brown was fined $15 and  costs.  Mr. Bullock Webster, Chief Provincial Constable, has been made  Inspector of Provincial Police and  Stipendiary Magistrate for Cassiar  with headquarters at Glenora. Constable Lester gets the vacant job.  Next Wednesday is Ash Wednesday,  the lirst day of Lent. Services in St.  Peter's church will be as follows: Celebration of the'Holy E-.ifliarist at 8 a.  in.; morning prayer and comminution  at II. evening at S. The* Story of the  'Cross will bo sung on Wednesday and  Friday evenings el.nin^ Lent.  One must congratulate the Hunter  Rose Co. on the very favorable nature  of the deal they pulled off with Mr.  Sill on. The advertising at the end-cit  the. book must have stood them in  ���������somewhere from twelve to fifteen  thousand dollars, aiid theie. is scarcely  a town in Eastern Canada and the  United States but will be good I'or  froiij-fifty-copil'S-Lo-iir-y���������number���������you  like to mention. The Sonows of Satan  and Quo Vadis will have to take a  back seat in popular literature now-  The Official Guide to Klondike i.s what  is "going to catch the. nimble four bits  from this out. The astute publishers  might have added essentially to the  interest and value; of tlie work by a  short supplement giving a description  of the shortest route to Ottawa and  how to culi'li on lo and work the rich  pay Grit, when you get there.  Boiird of Trade Meeting.  The -council of tho Board of Trade  met on Thursday evening. There were  no communications from either gov-  eminent about the river bank before  the board. The secretary was instructed to wire Mr. Bostock to the effect  that the board is still anxiously waiting to learn the result of the decision  vi  of the privy council on (his matter, as  the general opinion seemed to be that  the; board eoulel net accept a telegram  published in a newspaper as an answer  te.- their communications. A resolution  on the status of provincial land sm vey-  ing mineral claims within the;   Dotnin-  "CcTlie  Tc.F  ion   hell   was  also  oiderer:  wauled to Ottawa.  The special committee on the Big  Bend mail service presented a report  shewing that about "00 men might be  expected lo be cither working or prospecting in the country between Revelstoke and Coldstream next seat-on.'  The secretary was ordered to formulate the material-, eollccted into" a  a memorandum for P. O. Inspector  Fletcher. >*  New Klondike Railway Schemes.���������A  Road by Peace River' to Telegraph  Creek Under Consideratieinl���������Prtwiier  Turner Urges" (Jpon Sir ftrrftrid ���������������_"-"-  ier the Necessity .of a Really ��������� All  Canadian Line.���������Victorian" * Nurses for  Yukon.���������The Boundary'Between Alos-*  ka and Canada Under Considerationv  A Sailor's Suicide".-  (Special to tub UEhXttf.)'  Moxtiieal, Feb. 10.���������The  rate tlis--  pute   between     the  transcontinental  railway lines hns i-csrtllerf'in an open'  declaration of war on  the pnvfrpf.the*  C. P. li.    It  has been announced fi-oiir  the bead oRice today that rates' from-  points east to the coast have been cut-  in two for second class tickets-.    The-  second class rate, wan 500. an* the.cut-  rate which   will   apply   in.. the_future-  is $30.    First cla_ssi tickets  wliich  sell  for $70,   in   future'will- be   $10, a Reduction  of almost,50 per cent.    The"-'  C. F. R. is confident that on these.fig--  nres their line will get tlie best o'f the*  fight.       <   -,,,;*���������--:;-f- ���������--_*. .  Ottawa, Feb."JO.���������Lady-."A-berdeeni  is arranging to send nurses of .the Vic--  ���������t-rian Order to the'-Vukon"  '���������\*   -  :. Mr. Sifton saiil lastjiiig1if_jtli._it.ar--'  rangements will _ be" 'made. to build ,-v  railway through the Peace'RiVer Pass-  to Telegraph Creek.   -  -  "���������"."'-:���������;.'   -  .Preinierl Laurier says-..that'������������������. the-  boundary question is receiving--the-  attention of the government.-.-'. -- >  ���������'-  Victoria, Feb. 19.���������A sailor; naineer-  Atlolph Carlson.-of tlie-'.shipvMapel-- '  lari.-inin*. committed suicide- Iiy- jump--  ing into the Narrows today.J.   -_-:is    ;  Premier Turner has wired the fol>".  lowing messnge to. Premier-. Laiirier:"-  "Sir Wilfred "Laal'-i'ef,"'Ottawa:���������Seal-' "  -izing tin? vit.-il'nei-essity' of protection*  of Bril ish .Columbia and' Canadian" in--  tet-ests generally, by'-tlie- ihiinediate"  construction of a strictly all. Canadian-  line to life: northwest -gold' fields, I"  would strongly urge your"'ehrn'est consideration of a niejisure-fofthe speedy  coristiuction' of a " railway froiii &  northerly seaport in British-Columbia*,  to Telegraph Creek.      ,   . '   -  .    -���������.  All roaels used to lead lo Rome. Now  they lead lo Klondike. Our readers  will be pleased to learn on lhe iniiiii*  peacliahle aulboiity of the oilicial  guide, llml. the victim of Klondicitis  need not. if he happen** to live in  Ontario, go tr- lhe iinnecessaty toil  ami expense of taking a C. P. II. train  lo the west al all. Vou can start in  riuriii, in vimr own tracks and paddle  your own canoe lo Klondike from your  native village in fair Ontario. An  elaborate description of this route  occupies some nine or ten pages of tho  oilicial guide. It is known as the  James Hay route. You walk, paddle,  wade and swim from your starting  point to.James Bay at Moose F.ictory  400 miles, sail across Hudson Bay 000  miles, i.hcnci! np Chestei field Inlet and  Baker's Lake 200 miles, '.hence over  an iinknowirand barren fount ry. between .'500 and 100 mill's to the; end of  Great Slave Lake. This lake' is about.  .".iO miles in length. ,. How you get  down to the western end of it is not  slated.-"This route might, be amended  and made more ol an all water route  hy making Montreal or other seaport  th<; point of depai turc ami going  round by the Atlantic ocean and Hudson slr-iits and thence across Hudson  Bay." Balance of the route as before  described. There is no information as  to tin* time occupied iu getting to  Yukon by this official method. The  victim is probably intended lo keep on  going till death supervenes. Belter  amend it out of the guide book altogether.  In our telegrams on Wednesday W.  White was mentioned as one of the  committee of the new B. C Chamber  of Mines. Tl.'** is Mr. W. White, Q. C.  of this place. The object of this cor-  poration i.- I In: furlheiaiice and wel-  f.-iie of the mining inlere'sts of the  province, and it cannot fail to be of  immense value to the < wintry at large  and every section of it in paiticuh.r.  The chamber have" paid Revelstoke a  compliment in placing one of our most  enlt l prising and influential residents  mi the co.iiinitlet; arid have at the  same time procured a, most woithy  representative for thi3 section In the  person of Mr. White'.*  West Kootenay shews up wonderfully well again in the revenue returns  of the provincial government. The  total receipts for the h'.-_cal year were  S1.3S3.018 of this amount SUS.oTO is  credited to sundries such as the Dom-  eiuiiieiit !~~~2,t"~~, timber royalties and  licenses Soo.i-CO. and so on. The bal-  iince S0GC.1G9 is divided up by receipts  from each district and out of, it West  Kootenay alone contiihuted the enor-  in ins pioportion of 8310,902 or nearly  one-third, with Victoria City district  a bad second with ������111,S~~. Westinin  ster District third with S73.232. In  expenditure in roads and bridges West  Kootenay received $29,772 fo;- the  north ar.d $11,503 for the south. Under  education $13,149 is set down for the  whole distiict. Westminster -listrict  took $21,708 for roads and bridges, not  in municipalities and S52.06I for education, a total of $70.83$) or over $3,000  more than the district turned in was*  expend;.! on it under these two heads  alone-  Mr. J.  D.  Campbell  has accepted a'- ""  position on  the V. P' R. at Penticton.-  ' -  Mr. E. Syder i.s on a* vlsitJto" RJevel--  stoke as the guest of' MY: and" Mrs. T.'*  I. Haig. - "*!'   -'"  ""Jlr^Ge^F.'^GMindyT^ofTliOriison'.-i:"^^  Landing, has decided tp'reside in town-"'-.* *"  in the future nnd'will'start a' laundry  at   Mr.' Picard's hoiise;-Behind' Hull's' -  butcher shop, where' orders'"are to belief t.   Give .the wliite laiind'ry"jvshow..  Mr. W. R."Hull was'in- town" yesterday. He reports any quantity v of-  e-attle in Alberta, and' thinks tliey will-  be mostly shipped- west"for the Klon--  elyke trnd<". He sold 350'head'for thiH:  purpose himself just'.before 'leaving:  Calgary.   * -  I. O. O. F. Election of Officers.  Revelstoke Lodge, I. O. O. F.. No. 25.".  elected the following list of officers for"  the emuiing year:* \V. J. Lee, N.- G.,  Dr. W. B. McKeclinie. V. G'.; L. J;:  Graham. It* S"; J. f. Woodi'ow, T.; R.  R. Hoy-land*. XV.; N'. T. Edwards, C.;:  J. Shaw, D. G.; A. Benson; O": G.: J. A.  Stone, K. S'. N. G.; It. Watmore, L. S.  N. G.; G. Lund, R'. S. V. &.; C. Hansen, l. s:-v. G.  Union Jack Group-  This gronp-of nine'claims is situated'-  about li'miles from Ferguson on the-  south fork of the* Lardeati. The*  owners-are O". D; Hoar, J1. W. M. Hoar"  and J. Kirkpatrick. Dtiring.- the-  winter fifty feet of rock work Has' been'  done, on the Florence- cl'aiin, cross--  cutting trie ledgeand driving- in bruit.  The ledge strewsup from* six to. eight-  feet of mineralized vein matter, with  G int-Ttea of solid galena, running:  through-it". Surface'assays have shewn'  an average total value of $100 pet-  ton. The tunnel is within a quarter  of -. mile of the Wagon road, there is-  plenty of timber and' water and .no-  danger of slides. Tbead joining claim,-  the Union Jackron which tlie'assess--  inent work for the group was.done last  yeaiv shews two different; ledges,  which are supposed to' be- the Silver-  Gup and Sunshine lead's respectively.  The leads are well' defl'ne<r and shew  carbonates and galena. Tlie- format  tion is a gray schist and slnvl'-e. Revelstoke  Herald  Published In Interest* of  Ksreltmlca, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lako  IllecUlewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Fn and Eagle Pan Dlstricte.  MY VALENTINE  A. JOHNSON ..ProprtBlo".  <tt. B. OROOAN.... Editor.  ���������A':~*������l*~~"~������klr Journal, published In the  IiMwm ���������( Bavalitoke and tho surrounding  "      '   , ffaOawdkyi ud Stturdui, making  BMtlani with all trains  A ~T<wtlM������B R������Us: Display .exls, ~1..~0 por  ���������eiBBa'B'Mt.Vl.UO per Inch when lniertidon title  ���������aca- "Lata! ads..l!e per (nonpareil) Una for  Hnt laanwoa; lo for eaoh additional Insertion.  KiKf.ilaw BaticM, lfc per line oach isiuo. Birth,  ���������tfairtiff* sad Death notice*, freu.        .        ��������� ���������'  SulM^pt-on Ratas: By mall or carrier. 82.00  faraaaaM ; ~1,~" for alx months, strictly In  ���������^YftBaa.' ���������"���������"'*     Oar Job Department: Thk Usii'm; Job  BetBai-Uaaat' la one of the best 00.11.ppud  Briatlna o������<_*ss Is "Vast Kootenay, and is pro*  Ked la aiaoate all kinds of prinlinic in tirat  ��������� styla at honest prices Ono prion to all.  Urn Job too large���������none too small���������for as. Mail  ar-ia-n promptly attended to. Qivo us a trial  ���������a yeoraojit order.     :_..,/ .  TaOorraspondenta: ~Va InTito correspond*  nn <B> ������dt snbjeot of interest to tho tjcnoral  ���������nMIs, *��������������� daslre a rellablo regular  corroti*  Eidamt    la -   every     locality     surrounding  rcUtoka.   Id all cases the bona fldo namo  ut tka wrltar must accompany manuscript, but  ���������e" naaassarilr for publication.  A-ldrea alI.eommnnications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko. ������". C.  N8TIH TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All.asaratpondence    must   he    legibly  writ-t������a ob ane nlde of the paper only.  '- -I.'Oarraapondenoa      containing      personal  matter sust. basixntd with tho pr per name  tt lis wrltar. ' ...  J.-I'orraspondenoa -with- reference   to any  thl������������ tkat has   appeared  la  another   paver  ranstlrst-ba offered for publication to that  .paper bafore It ear. appear in The Herald.  SATURDAY.  FEBRUARY 10.  1898.  A BIG GUN  la-view of the appointment of  the Marquis of Lome as honorary  Colonel of the Argyle Light Infantry ������t Belleville, Ontario, and as  it reminds us that, despite our  traditional peaceful policy, we  might'at some time be drawn, into armed conflict with our neighbors, wo venture to make a few  observations regarding the  ���������strength'of Uncle Sam. The Un-  nited States, as is well known,  ranks tilth among the naval powers of the world in the matter of  warship.9. Great Britain, France,  Russia and Italy, in tho order  named,;take precedence, nnd Ger-  nany's strength is so near that of  the States that they maybe said  to be about evenly matched. Lt  must be "kept in mind, however,  that the apparent difference between the naval strength of 'the  States and that say of England is  offset-to iaV great extent^ by their  geographical position. yL> nele Sam  . in case of war would be a formidable opponent formations having  a naval and military equipment.  So long as his people keep * together, "he*cbuld' never; be sub] n gated.  The territory to be seized is too  extensive/ too welI populated, aud  the opposition which would be  developed in the course of a very  few months too strong. The position in bur own case, therefore,"  is as to the extent of the damage  which England and Canada combined could inflict before the conflict wore itself out and peace negotiations were begun. The British .would labor under a disadvaut-  agein that they must traverse many  miles of sea before making an attack upon either coast._ The Can-  "adiaiTtfooplThoweverrniight run"  amuck, sweep everything before  them, seize Washington, aud con-  c-iier the United States, providing  of course the Argyle Light Infantry of Belleville, Ontario, led the  van with the desperate swashbuckler, the Marquis of Lorne  leading them on to victory..--Free  Lance, Wetaskiwin.  Mr. McMullen. M. P.. has lefused  to accept the office of .Lieutenant  Governor of the Territbrie-j and  consequently deprived those who  know" him of a vast amount.of  amusement at his exoense. What  fun' it would be to watch McMullen, who kept track of every  cake of soap which passed through  the laundry at government house  in the good old days when Mac  was in opposition, attempting to  practice what he preached by  taking up his abode with his  family in the kitchen to save fuel,  and saving the3 table linen by  locking it up. Biit itis not to be.  Though we might have had lots of  fun with him while he lasted.  HE CAUGHT 'EM  A rather good story is told on a resident of West Macleod. It seems  that some days ago, he tied his team  outside the general hospital to go in  and see a patient. It was towards  evening and getting dark. After he  had been there some little lime, he  was startled by hearing a wagon clattering off and "a team running. The  nearest way was hy the back door,  and he went out through there at a  lope. Without looking to the right or  to the.left he started after the runaway team, which he couldhear ahead  of him going in the direction of West.  Macleod. about three' miles- distant.  He continued the pursuit until he  reached home foot 60re and weary.  There was no team in sight. Then he  turned out with lanterns, an 1 looked  through the brush, but still no team.  He traced his way back, looking carefully through the brush as he came,  but without succesB. When he reached the hospital he found his team  ���������tending quietly where he had left  them. Further comment is unnecessary, and we drop the curtain to slow  music and and a faint.echo of profanity.���������Macleod Gazette.  My lady, with an old-time grace,  Sends me a valentine to-day,  A miniature of her dear fare  With eyes so true and wondrous gay  Ah, lady mine, the world grows old,  And nien's hearts steel with care and  :���������... strife,  And in the race for fame and gold  There's little time for love or life.  And yet, ambition's but a name,  And golel, 'tis but the miser's sign;  I envy no man wealth or fame,  While you are iny true valentine.���������  Thomas II. Wilson,  In February Ladies' Homo Journal.  CONDENSED NEWS  A lire in New York yesterday  destroyed $"00,000 worth of property,  The Guatemalan revolutionist  Gcheral.*Marro/jwin, has been killed  and his army scattered,  Sandon has had a number ol business failures this week, Pitts Bros.,  and Crawford to McMillan being  among the number.  Those who had the Kootenay fever  have apparently got the; Klondyke  fever now, SO people having left  Sandon for the Yukon lust week.  Sir Charles Tupper has veered completely round and is now fighting tho  Stickine railway bill with tooth and  nnil. It will also bo strongly opposed  in the Senate.  The winners of the Derby for the  last four year-, Mr. Guhbins, tho  Prince of Wale;', Lord Rosebery, and  Mr. McCahnont, all have horses in  training for jumping races this season.  The Government have now about .19  tons of supplies at Dyea and Skagway  and have contracted for the taking of  li" tons over Chilcoot pass by the new  aerial railway, with an option of 13  tons more at ]5e. a pound.  Every dollar of gold in the world  has cost over $2.00, and of everv 50,000  gold mines in tlie world, only two  have paid. These are statistics which  ought to - stacger even a person  who is getting ready to go to the  Yukon.  M. D Rucker, the bicvele manufacturer who broke into English racing  with a great flourish of trumpets, and  gave the Prince of Wales 5,000 guineas for a colt wrrth the hundredth  part of tbat sum, hns given up the  game aheady and sold his horses.  The value of mineral exports from  Southern Kootenay through the port  of Nelson to date amounts to *1,-129,-  202, an increase of almost 100 percent  over the corresponding period of 1S97.  Great interest is being taken at piesent by mining men in properties on  Forty-Nine and Hall Creeks in Nelson  district.  ... lt is stated on good authority  that the quarrel between th-j Grand  Trunk and Canadian Pacific, wliich  originated over tho Toronto to North  Bay business is practically settled by  the virtual back down of the Grand  Trunk, which has issued a circular  cancelling the low rales announced  into Winnipeg. This occurred just as  the Canadian Pacific had mot these  rates over the Great Northern.  Inspector of Mines -McGregor, who  started for Dawson some weeks ago  with several tons ot supplies and a  number of horses has abandoned the  trip. McGregor got as far. as Lake  Labarge, where he received orders  from Major Walsh. Administrator or  the Yukon district, who is camped at  Big Salmon River, to abandon the  trip because of tho impossibility of  reaching Dawson with horses. McGregor has gone to Big Salmon to confer with Major Walsh.  About two years ago Alex. Kegg,  formerly of Duuhow, Alberta, now of  Victoria, who styled himself Crofter's  "Commissioner,���������to- distinguish "his"  personality- from that of the late  editor of the Mining Record, secured a  charter for a railway into the Te-ltti  Lake country. This chartei controlled  the proposed" route of the C. P. R. into  the Klondyke, and to secure it Dan  Mann, who is to build the connecting  link of railway from Telegraph Creek,  has paid over to Begg a cool ."50,000  A London cable says: It came out  at the winding up proceedings in con  neeMon with Mr. James Huddart.'s  Canadian Australian Steamship Co  that large borrowings are needed immediately to continue the business  As it is, the total liabilities which are  expected to rank amount to ������08,000,  while the free assets are estimated at  ������10,000. This state of affairs will  probably result in a complete remodel  ling of the service on the highest  standard of speed and efficiency. The  Canadian Pacific has built up such a  reputation in England with the main  line and China anil Japan service that  it cannot allow the Austtalian line to  remain below par.  A party of Klondykers from London  passed through Windsor and Detroit,  recently en route to Seattle. Near  Glencce lire destroyed tho special  baggage car of the party. It originated in one of the trunks, ami got it  good -start before Glencoe was  reached. At that station the burning  car was cut out of the train and side  tracked, but before the flames could  be extinguished, only two of the  heavy sleeping bags for usein the cold  country remained of the iiutfits of the  company. The destroyed baggage  was valued at several thousand  dollars, and the owners expect to hold  the road responsible for the loss. A  short stop was made in Detroit and  and the prospectors left on their way  to Seattle.  They have a law in Washington, D.  C*. declaring that no cycle shall be  ridden in the streets with the lower  end of the handle liars on a plane  lower than four inches below the top  of the saddle at its centre, and the  rider shall at all times keep his head  in such a position as to command a  view of not less than 200 feet ahead."  Furthermore the courts have just held  it valid and it is to be rigorously  enforced from all accounts. It is  needless to point out against what  class of animals the law is directed.  St. Paul has been infested with comparatively few���������:���������; "scorchers," since the  campaign conducted against them last  spring, and it is probable that tho  present ordinance regulating speed is  sufficient,   if   properly    enforced,  to  check the mania, but tho addition of  the above clause would remove numerous blots from the summer landscape and bo a higenic measure of no  little value to those who persist in  riding on their stomachs.���������Pioneer  Press.  The Independent Order of Foresters  will absorb the Select Knights of  Canada.  The Manitoba Legislature, has been  summoned to meet for business on  March 10th.  The Yukon judicial district has been  constituted a registration district for  chattel mortgages with Fred C. AVaele  ns registration clerk.  Andrew McGrath, who was shot and  killed by Ed. Fay, a bartender in  Skagway. a few days ago,was a native  of Concord, a village just north of  Toronto.  Seal wearing apparel taken into the  States must pay duty if the wenther is  not seasonable. It must be winter.  Such i.s the decision of the U. S. Treasury Department.  -William' A. Carlyle, Mineralogist  for tho Province of British Columbia,  hns been offered a -alary of .'S30 per  month by the British America Company,   lie will accept.  Neil Keith who has got the subcontract for the construction of the  Teslin Lake railway has moved his  outfit as far as Vancouver, but up to  the present has been unable to arrange for transportation to the north.  A branch of the Molson's bank is  being opened in Vancouver,  under the management of II. Lock-  wood, assistant inspector, who will  also act as supervisor of the branches  of the bank in British Columbia and  in the North West.  The Winnipeg Tribune says: "Mr.  Foulds, whose sisler is the wife of  Chief Factor Camsell.at FortSinipson'f  has received a letter which states that  while seveial of the boys were excavating for the foundation of the cabin on  tht* Liard river, where it; empties into  the Mackenzie, near Fort Simpson,  they came upon rich dennsits of placer  golel, the nuggets being the si/.n of  barley." This find indicates that tho  plat er deposits are not; confined to tlio  western slope of the Rocky Mountains,  but that they exist on the eastern slope  as well, which is most reasonable and  what might be expected."  CALGARY MARKETS  Wholesale   Prices   as They To-Day  Stand.  Butter (salt) $ 0 20 $ 0 00  Butter (fresh).-  0 25 0 00  Cheese  0 10 to    0 12J  Eggs  0 35 to    0 00  Potatoes  0 :������ 0 00  Turnips  0 25 0 00  Bacon (dry salt)  II   0.J 0 00  Hay  (I (X) _, 7 00  Oats  0 i10 0 00  Barley  0 SO 0 00  Wheat No. 1 1 lard.... 0 07 0 70  No. 2 Hard.... 0 (H 0 00  ",     No. 3 Unrd.... 0 57 0 00  "  .   No. 1 Frosted. 0 50 0 00  "      No. 2 Frosted. 0 10 0 .15  "      No.  1 rejected  lHard  0 53 0 00  "      No 2   rejected  2 Hard  0 15 0 00  The  Wholesale dealei s in  Ales, Wines, Spirits and Cigars.  FRONT STREET  REVELSTOKE, B- O.  YUKO-Ti JVIflP  Published by Tni"  j-IijitALD, acknowledged to  oe the most complete and  accurate map obtainable  of the overland lontes to  the Yukon   Lithographed,on heavy  or light paper   Price $'1.00.  Together with a copy  of special edition of Till"  Hicrai.i), containing complete information regarding   routes,   suppliss,  etc.  he idle iii the hardest of  tasks.    Our grandmothers  stood  this unci  even   iu  their    leisure    moments  were  never  found with-  ,,    out some little task in  '���������;   their liiiuds, if it wore  only knittiiiK, tat-  r  ling   or   crochel-  II ing.   Tliere was a  "���������   reason   for  this  that does not appear   upon  the  surface.     Our  grandmothers  were hciillliv wo-  iiicii.-iinbucci with  a spirit of ambition and activity  that would not  permit them to  be idle.  If ninny modern  women arc much  less active and more given lo idleness than  the stately dames of yore, it is because thoy  enjoy a smaller measure of Rood health.  A woman who suffers from weakness and  disease of the distinctly feminine organs,  who is racked with pain, mid tortured with  headaches aud nervousness, cannot be active anil helpful. Idleness and invalidism  arc lhe natural results of suficriiiK of this  description. The poor invalid woman is  ueit in fault, save in her ignorance of her  null physical make-up or neprlcct of her  wiiuianlv health.  Thousands of women arc neglectful in,  this way because tliey shrink from the em-  barrassinjj examinations and local treatment insisted upon by the majority of  obscure physicians. l~r. R. V. Pierce, for  thirty years chief consulting physician to  the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,  at l!u~"ilo, ". Y., has discovered a wonderful medicine thai cures all diseases peculiar  lo women, in the privacy of the home, without the necessity of these embarrassing  ordeals. This great medicine is known as  Dr. Pierce's Favorite. Prescription. It acts  directly on the delicate and important organs that bear the burdens of wifehood  and motherhood. It makes them strong,  healthy and vigorous. It heals internal  ulceration and inflammation and stops  debilitating drains. It transforms weak,  nervous invalids into healthy women. -  Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser I--KHE ! For paper-covered copy send  31" one-cent stamps, to covrr customs and  inailiiiq- ontr. Clolh bound 50 stamps.  Address, Dr.'R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  Free Trial To Any Honest Man  The Foremost Medical Company  in the World in the Cure of  Weak Men Makes this Offer.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RY. CO.  flerchant's Hotel  TIES  Tho Company -will pa/ 25 Cents each for  Tamarac Ties licllvorod on its [station mounds  clear ol encumbrances in acoordanco with tho  below mentioned specifications:  All ties will bo carefully insicctrd, and this  prico only will bo paid for thoso which como  up to the BpeBiiioations, and on wliich thero is  no olaim tor Crown duos. ' ;  -  Parties desiring. to cut ties on lands other  than their own must not proceod without  permit from tho Crown Timber A^ent nt  Edmonton, and in all cases Crown dues at tha  rate ot three cants per Tio will bo deducted  from above price unless alottor is produced  from tho Crown Timber Agent certifying that  Ties are clear of dues. Bottlers who havo cut  TieB off their own or other patontcd lands  muFt furnish Crown Timber -Agont with  satisfactory sworn ovidonco whero Tics'wero  cut before he can Irbuo clearance and boforo  Company can accent Tim..._'.  Cedar or Jack Pine Ties will bn taken at s  reduced price according to tho quality. Spruce  will not 00 ooccpted at alb  Partioa who propoeo delivering Ties must  apply to tho Company's agent at points'.whero  thero is ono, for ilto to pile Ties, and at other  points will apply for slto to section foreman. 7  Tho Company will send an inspector over  tho road as soon ns deliveries aro completed,  of which duonolico vi ill he given to enable  contractor-i to-no prosont. Parties delivering  Ties inuft, turnieh receipts showing they have  paid all bills for labor und supnlics incurred in  connection with tho work, and must establish  their title to tho Tios to tho satisfaction of thu  Company's inspector.  Sl'KCIFICATION FOR TIES.  Tamarac Ties: All Ties mubt bo good,  pound, live tamarac, exactly eight (8) foet long,  cut squaro at, each ond, six (U) inobesthick, and  in least eix (ti) inches on tbo faco clear of tho  bsirk at tlio sniallost part; to bo smoothly  hown, free from shakes nnd scorn, murks,  perfectly straight, and must bo sruuid.  ��������� Cedar and Jack Pine Ties: AU Tios must ho  good, Bound, livo Cedar or Jack Pine, exactly  eight (8) foet long, cut segunre at each ond, alx  (ti) inches thick, and at least eix (6) inches on  the faco clear of baric at tho smallest part; to  be smoothly hown, freo from shakes and score  marks, perfectly straight, and must be sound.  W. WHYTE,  manager.  Winnipeg, 1th Novombcr, 1897. nla-dw-tf  lllecillewaet, ft. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars nt tho Bar.  Best  W.J. Lappan, Proprietor.  HEALTH AND ENERGY ASSURED.  HAPPY MARRIAGE,  GOOD  TEMPER, LONG LIFE.  In all the world to-day���������in all thn history of the  ���������world���������no doctor nor InBtitutlor has treated and  restored so many men as haB'the famed ERIK  MEDICAL CO. of Buffalo, K. Y.  This is due to the fact that tho companycontroli  ���������oiue Inventions andt discoveries wliich have no  einal la the whole realm of medical science.  SCIENCE TRIMMIH-jJ  JHEUAMPOr  UEEV"  The fiettsxld  CaJjcary,  Alborto..  So much deception has been practiced in ������d-  T*-rtisln;r that thli grand old company now for Lh������  tm time makes tbTa 9t&rtlfng offer :���������  'J'li������y win send their costly nnd magically effeo-  tive :tppJI;inco ,-iml a whole month's couree of r������-  ������������������toratlye remedies, -multiveiy an trial trltfaoat  e-tpnn-ietoany hoiifst and reliable man !  Not-, a .-dollar need be advanced��������� not a penny  paid���������till results are known to and nclcno~rledged  by the patient.  The Erie Medical Company's appliance and  1 remedli-8 hare boea talked aboat and written  about all orer.tbo.world, till OTer;man haa heard  of th������?m.  They re-storo or create itrengtb, rigor, healthy  tlMue and ti"T life. ,:  Tbey quickly stop dnlni-'on tho eyitem tbat aap  the en������r-<y.  Thev.enre nerTooj-neM, despondency and all  thc*,n"ect*of erll habit*, excewes,overwork, etc.  They zive fall strength, development and tone  to every portion arid organ of tbfl body. ,  Failure i.~ Impossible' and age is no barrier.  This " Trial without Expcnio" offer la limited  by the company to a short time, and application  mu*"t be made at once.  >"o C. O. D. ec.h*zi\t!t no bojpiB philanthropy nor  deception, no eip^Hiuro���������a cl*-an bu-dnea-*! proposition by a company of high financial and profet-  liona". 1 tan din 2. (>  ���������Writ* to th- ERIE^MEDICAL COMPACT,  BUFFALO, N. i\, and refer to teeing the account  of thoir offer i n thli paper.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights <&c.  Anyone Hondln^ n nkefch and description mny  quickly ascertain onr opinion frco whether nn  Invention is probably pntpntablo. Cnrnmunicn-  1 ions strictly confldent1������l. Handbook on I'ntents  sent free. Olrtest npency for ncciirinir patcnti*.  Patents taken through Munn <fc Co. rccclvo  ipectal notice, without charge, in the  Scientific American.  A handsomely Illustrated weeklv. T,nnre__d circulation of nny nclcntlQC Journal. Terms. 93 n  year; four months, fl. Sold by all ncwflrjenleri*.  MUNN &Co.3e'B"a^'New York  -lrnoch Office. OK V St.. Washington, I>. C.  D. W. IV|arsh  CALGARY  /Groceries,     -   -   -  \Dry Cood ,    Clothing  /Men's Fii-nisf-ings -  \Hais and Caps -   -  /3oots and Shoes   -  'Crockery,   Classware  . ������������������ \_____   tour CtiBtoni   Itehpcctlttllv HollcUc.)  I -3o!o ARont for G. F. * J. C"alt,  I "VholoeiloGrncorg.  Tho Iriilo only unpplicd.  TRY  OUR     COFFEES.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in   town.        Cent rally    located  Choice   Wiuc.~,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation.  liates    SI     per    day.  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Large light beel rooms.  IMPERIAL B.-pi   OF CANADA  Head Oflfiee, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland," President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St. Catharines)  William Karasay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D. R. "VVilkie. General Manager.  Brandies  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Vaixouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  South Edmonton.  ONTAItlO.  Essex Niagara Falls   St. Thomas  -Fergus"���������- Port Colborne" Toronto������������������  Gait    ���������        Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  |St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bunk, Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer bv letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agent- in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank ol  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposit*  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  y Debentures ��������� Provincial,  Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Golel Purchased  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Brar.vh  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Black smithing* Jobbine  Plumbing,   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithiner  ������-   Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mini-g Work a Specialty. ,  ���������  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Sin.  Tnlilo . 1'iirnislied with  tin* clioict-ist"! (hi" market  u .fords. Heat Wine*-:,  Liquors- ��������� und -.Cigars,  litlto-i   $1.00 a, day.      Mnntlilv  race.  J. ALBERT .STONE.'Proprietor.  KIliJi'-D^IED  hum  Doops  Sas!~  Tur-nings  ���������Mouldings  TRY THS NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planing Mills  Revelstoke Agrents:   PIPPY* & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER' MVERY^������������������--r  Feed, and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  fc-WlOTTi m- it.  __������_������_____&__!-_&������!_-.  Saddle:,- anel     Pack    Horses  always i'or lure.  I'Yoiglil.iug   anel   Teaming   a  special t.y.  Daily SI.-ikc leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7"o'c!uck  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CUA1G ���������_*" HILLMAN, Tiiomboa-'s-Laniuxo.  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To seenro one of those* desirable lots  CHEAP bii the C. & K." Steam Navigation Company'*- site,  ,   Dont 'wait,   till   tho  boom   hits   the  town   in   the   spring  liko  a  cyclone,-'  but BUY NOW. .  HAIG & CRAGE  0      ._  -���������������������������*=   Ji^-^-"Soiei~AgGntsr_  C. B. JWaelean  ARCHITECT  ani BUILDER  Ks'InniiTB furnished. Plans nnel spcci-  llcntions innelc. Am uIro prcpuri'il to ilo  Bhop and .lob work i.n tlio 6liorte'et  nolico. SitiHfaction Ktiai-Ar.tei'.el i:i  every caso.   dull or write for terms.  Main Street  Revelstoko  W. S. BIFLNEY  ?J\ LNTER and  DECORATOR.  First Street Fast, Revelstoke Station  Graining-, Paper Hanging,  Hard Wood Finishing, House  Painting in . all Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Etc.  FERGUSON  The  Centre   of "the   Lardeau      Mires  Tte Pioneer  Stores  ,,imioP Ferguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  G KNEWA"L M1SKCI1ANTS  Dealer in Miners' .Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything to  l-o foil net In a general store.  Post Oillco in conucctiun. '  f{evelstol\e Hospital  Maternity lloom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeff's, Attendants  ������-~2'ife  Family Knitter  Will do nil Knitting' required  in a family, homespun or factory yarn. SIMPLEST Knitter on the MARKET.  Wc guarantee ever}* machine to  do gootl work. Agents wanted.  TVritc Cor particuUrJ.  -nee, -Boo ^fas Knitting Machine Co.  DUNDAS  ONT.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  nt������e.     Terms Cash  If You Jiave a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine," want to invest in  .Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow,write at once to  <-J.7I.MES   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  "~o. 9 Jlill St., between Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  At our TEN-MILE B11ANCI1 Ftore  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and ull Miners' and'Prospectors' Supplies aro  kept on hand  Be Sure and register at the  BJJUM0RJIL .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  Thu table is provided with the best  the  market alfords.     Rates from !j.2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  Sam Needham  othes CiSea  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ���������-"Revklstoke-.  gnu fi  4  IS DRAWING TO A SUCCESSFUL.  CLOSE  THE   GALT    TROPHY    WON  By  Regina���������McNeill Again Knocked  Out���������Gold Quartz Found in Lake  Winnipeg���������More Police for the Fnr  North���������Ontario Nomin-.tions Over-  Fears  Expressed for  Zola's Safety  XVi  .. lXNli'Kii, Feb. II.���������All (he games  are now narrow-eel iltiwn to the finals  or semi llniils. The*, Grand Cliiilleiigo  isl between .McDlarinid and Dunbar  both of AViiinipcp. Uie Walkm-viUe  between Vomer, McDonald. 1-,-vart  anel Dunh.ir, all of Wiiiiiipi'l~, the  Caledonian between Sinclair ot "Ior-  elen, Dunliai'. "leConoghy, Fitblailo,  Kniglil. Suiilli. of Regina, anel Uochon.  The (.ult competition "was concluded  on Sattiieliiv when l-Vruusnn, of Kegina won it fi om McNeill of Calvary.  The*, con-mini inn now lies between  Smilli uf l'e'Uiu.'i, and C.-imeroii anil  Crawford of Ne-epawa. Tlie International lies bet ween Giassie of 1 01L-  .���������ii~e L*i Prairie, Smilli. of Kegina, Feel  rteichen and Ciii':cl-*-liar.l-?. Lbe concluding event-: in most of tbe eyent*.  will be reached today.  oolo is lakh \vi_-~-iri--i  WiN.viPicci, Feb. II.���������A neb deposit  of gold beanna;  ei'iiarf/.   bas   been discovered ou Black Island in Lake Winnipeg. ���������  liusu eji;i~*~-rioxs in front  Xon-do.n-.. Fell.   II.-  riisb   eiuestions  occupied lbe. greater   portion   til   ihe  timeof Uie British   Common--   dunng  the whole oE lust  week.  -   ��������� ���������     TASSKSOIir.d ltl"!"t;Ul~I"  , ~~i-w York. Feb. 11.-The steamer  St. Louis bas rescued lbe passengers  nnd crew ol' l.lu_~ disabled sleauiei  Veenclam in mid ocean.  i:AT~-r.i!i*-oiio*.s nrrii.'T.  'Reoixa. I-Vb. 1!.���������The North ".Vest  Mounted Police dfUilcbii'ent nt llu,*  tleford are under orders fot service in  the .'uki'in. .'  WIIKItli'S   HAN  MANN ?  ]Ottawa. Feh. 11.���������Moose Mountain  settlers are petitioning fur a- railway  from Pipestone lo Memse Mountain.  U CAIU'YIXO   THIS  WAll   INTO  AFRICA  Loxoon. Feb.   1 I.���������There,  id -danger  of hostilities between llie British  and  French expeditions in Africa.    .  . xow FOR the ric.iiT !  Toronto, Feb. 1 1.���������Candidates have  now been nominated in the ninety-  four Ontario constituencies.  .   .       Till! ZOI.A TRIAL  London,Feb, 11.���������The interest in the  Zola trial is increasing in Fat-is. Fears  for M." Zola's peii-oiial safety are expressed.   .  "���������> J THEY Al'.l" iVlllNO TO Till"   YUKON  Toronto, Feb. l-l.���������A large falling  oil" is reported in registrations under  the Manhood SuIVrage Act in Toronto.  STiI.I. TIIEYUO  Regina, Feb. II.��������� Fourteen non-  cnnimissiuni'd e'l'li'-ers and men ot the  N.W.M.'P.. It-fc .Ki-cinii for Stikine  liver on Sunilay mi the second section.  THE Tl.MKs5,TOO   PKEVICL-ij  London, lreb. II. ���������Great llritaiu's  failure in the Tali en AVaii' matter i.s  generally attributed to the premature  publication of oilicial information by  the London Times.  RAID OF THE.KLONDYKE  The   Relief   Expedition Said  to   Have  Ulterior   Motives.  'London, Feb. 9.���������-The Star yesterday, under the heading of "Raid of  the Klondyke." quoted an anonymous  ���������Anierk-ftu-correspondent;-who-recentIy-  nrnved in England, as saying with  refeience to the relief expeditions to  tbe Klondyke, that those, who are  familiar with the* facts "know that  this excuse is as flimsy as Jameson's  desire to relievo the women and children of Johannesburg." Continuing,  tbe anonymous correspondent remarks.:���������"Every American knows this  to be another Jameson raid, and that  the Americans intend to keep control  of the Klondyke. The Klondykers  have already announced that the stars  aud slripes'will be Hying at Dawson  Citv by July-I. It would pleases a  large bndv o'f Americans it the Klon-  dvke coiif'l be made a pretext for war  between England and the United  States, which would-result in the annexation of Canada."  A MACLEOD ZEPHYR  DRUMMOND COUNTY RAILWAY  DEAL* INVESTIGATED  ALBERTA BUTTER  IN  JAPAN  Commented on As Being the Best Ever  Shipped Into That Country���������A Sum  in the Estimates for Dairy Purposes  ���������The Spiel About Over, the Finals  in the Caledonian are Being Played  Ottawa, Feb. !5.���������Sir Mackenzie  Howell gave notice in the Senate of a  motion to appoint a committee to  investigate the Di'Utnmoiid County  rail wav deal. The Commons weie  occupied all day on Monday asking  aiiel receiving replies to <jue*slions on a  vniiety of sul'jccis. Replying to Mr.  Davin, 1 Itiii. Jlr. Fisher said that the  estimates would contain a sum lor  dairying purposes in the North West,  Territoiies, nnd that the sample eif  Neii-Lli Wi-ist butter which had been  shipped to Japan was so successful  that, a cable bad been leceiveel asking  tlie Mcpnttmcnt I.o send on as much  more,' as thev possibly could.  lion. Jlr. Blair saiel that the Govern-,  iiionl, were directing their attention to  the Prince Albert and Edmonton  route's, and the result would be seen  iu llie supplementary estimates. Mr.  Davin was infotnied lhat all .the  expenses in conneclion with the Teiri-  tenial fair were paiel.  Tho Dominion Government are  making arrangements to settle one  bundled families on Rainy River.  Till! llONSl*ll~L '  Winnipeg, Feb. I5.���������The linals in  ihe Caledonian are being played today between Dunbar, of Winnipeg,  anil Smilli. of Retina. The final in the  Grand Challenge lies between Dunbar  and McDi.-iriniil.  Yei-ner, of Winnipeg, won the  AValkei'ville trophy; Moi'den won the  Tuekotttrophy, aiiel J. XV. Smith, of  Regina, won 'Patterson'-" Cmibulation  trophy.  Tlie Dolge International was won by  the Winnipeg Thistles.  , HORNED AT SEA  A'ancouver, Feb. 15.���������The Steamer  Clara Nevida from Skagwav was  b'urtied at sea and it is feareel. that JO  men on boartl have perished.  .c P.1-. DIVIDEND  Montreal. Feb. Ij.���������Tbe Canadian  Pacific Railway directors have declared half ye.-nly elivideiuls on preferred  and or.limu-y stocks of 2' per cent.  THAT  1~.EI.I1_.1~   EXPEDITION   '  SEATn.ii, Feb. 11.��������� The Uuited  States Alaska relief expedition sailed  from Seattle on Sunday.  ' I'RETTY WEI.I.  I'lXl'-D  London, Feb. lu.���������France has SjiSOO,-  000,000 in gold coin in circulation.  I-'1LL YOUH.ril'ES  San Francisco, Feb. 11.���������Nearly  !j>l,000.00i~ worth of opium has arrived  at San Francisco from China.  (The characteristic meteorological  feature of the past week has been  wind���������in fact, all the other meteorological features have been somewhat  altecured by it.���������Macleod Gazette).  The weather depends on the moon as  '    a rule:  ' Anel I've found  that tho saying is  tin-?.  For  itt Macleod it blows  when   the  moon's at the full.  And it blows when the moon's at the  j new.      -    *  When the moon's at the quarter, then  nip getsthe wind;  At the half it's no better, I ween:  "When the moon's atthreee-uarters, it's  at it again.  Anel it   blows,  besieles,���������mostly be-  J   tween.  The Best Advertising Medium in Western  Kootenay Is  Hon. C. II. Mackintosh has left for  England on business connected with  liis syndicate.  A.E. Forget, Indian Commissioner,  isVi'gain named for the vacant Governorship eif the* Territories.  The Crow's Nest Labor'Commission  has been sitting at Macleod during the  past week.. 'Thecommissioners have  not yet visited the pass.  Thei Chicago company, who were  constructing a steam sleigh let Eelmon-  lo go eiveilaud on the snow and Iiy the  frozen waterway-, to the Yukon, made  atiialof their "machine a, few days  .ago. when it was found to be im'prac-  llcabli* and would not work. They  weie fortunately able to dispose; of  their complete out lit and will continue  Iheir journey to the gold fields by less  unique methods.  A   PROVISIONAL    BOUNDARY  The Address in Reply to the Speech  From th'e Throne Passed���������McNeill  Introduces a Resolution in Reference to Chamberlain's Speech-Not an  Armed   Force���������Japan's    Indemnity.  Ottawa, Feb. 12.���������In the House  yesterday Minister Sifton explaineel  briefly the dispute existing between  the United States and Great Britain  regarding the boundary between  Alaska and the Canadian Territories.  He stated that even taking the very  worst definition possible, Canadian  territory began at the summit, or 10  miles from tho head of Lynn canal,  and that customs officials and the  ,police_hail_been_instructodito_regard-  the summit as a provisional boundary  and to direct their operations within  that limit. ,  The estimate*! cost of .the Stickine-  Te'slin railway is placed at ,$20,000 per  mile.  Sir Charles Tupper has directed the  attention of Parliament to the fact  that there is no stipulation in lhe  contract with Mackenzie & Mann, the  Teslin railway contractois.so that they  cannot transfer their interests to a  foreign company.  Several charters have been applied  for by Yukon trading and mining  companies.  - The address in reply to the speech  from the throne has passed the House  eit Commons without division.  An amendment to the tariff is  promised whicli will confine preferential treatment to Great Britain and  New South Wales.  Mr. McNeill, Conservative of North  Bruce, will introduce a resolution in  recognition of Ohainbprlain's speech  in Liverpool. The resolution is: That  a customs arrangement between the  United Kingdom and the colonies is  atlvi&able. by whicn traele with the  empire may be placeel on a more  favorable footing than itiscatried on  with foreign countries.  NOT AN ARMED FORCE  Washinton, Feb. 'I.���������Assistant-Secretary of War, Jleikleiohn, on being  ejuoKtionetl concerning an Ottawa despatch to the effect that the Canadian  Government woulel not permit an  armed force to accompany the Yukon  Kelief, Expedition, said it was true  that there hael heen some confusion of  terms as to the "convoy" which the  United States should select  to accompany the        Yukon  Relief expedition, and that the matter  was still open, but the Canadian Government had been assured that the  enlisted men whom it is proposeel to |  senel across Canadian soil were in no  sense an armed force, hut rather a  Rod cross expedition, to distribute  relief to all sufferers, without tegard  tn nationalitv, and he had no doubt  that the matter would he adjusted  without any great delay.  THE ...WANKSI*.  INDEMNITY  London, Feb. 11.���������The Peking correspondent of the Times says: The  Japanese Jlinister regretfully intimates to the Tsunc-Li-Yamen the inability of his government, having regard  to the obligations contracte'd by Japan  'tei grant an extension eif the time for  the payment nt tbe Chinese indemnity.  Two Russian Nihilists have beon  convicted In London of inciting to  murder the Czar of Russia.  PUBLISHED   TWICE   A   "WEEK   AT  Subscribe" for  this paper and send it to  your friends���������Just as good  as   a   letter.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  \ "KTIIODIST CHURCH - Revelstoke.  i>j. Preaching services at 11 a.m. aid 7"0  p.m. . Ua-3 ineetiiiii at, the close of the  mormon sorvlco. ini-hnili School and Bible  OI--BS at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer mce~.'n<j  everv Wednesday evoiinic at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited. Scuts freo.   ItEV. J. A. WOOD. Pa-tor.  f-HURCH OF ENGLAND-St. Piter's,  "s^ I.uvRlhtoko Hours or service: Evening  prayer eluily ut 5 o'clock. Kridsvs at ":.~0.  Sundays anil Festivals: Holy Communion at 8  a.ni.. morning prayer al 11. Sunday School  and Biblo Cln~i~ at 2:30. evening prayer at 7:30.  First Snnilny In tho month Holy Communion  al iiiornlni; servie-cs.   FRANK A. FORI). V-:ir  pRESIIYTEHIA N CHUKCH-Hevclstoke.  x Hervlcu over- Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:*)  p.m. Kibe CI is:, at 2i!0 p.m.. to which  all nra welcome, l'rnycr mcetlnK at b p.m,  every \\ ediiee.0������y.   RKV.  P. D. MUIR. P������stor.  IJOMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH-Revel*  ._, stoke.    Mass  second  Sunday in  month  at 10:30 a.m.   REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  Strictly in lhe Wood  Business now. 1 have at the present  time about 100 cords of good, dry  Fir and Hemlock Wood  Full nieiisiire guaranteed���������prices  right. All orders left with XV. B,  Pease to Co.. Revel-toko Station, or  at The Herald ollice will receive  prompt attention.  JAS. C. Hutchison,  Sell f Wood Dealer and Carter.  Wood! Vv bod!  G iii-.ro nteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undeiiiigned has it large supplv  of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pine  "Wood for bale. Any person requiring  wood wiil kindly leave their -orders  with Jlr. W. JI. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with 11. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17utf FRANK JUL1AN.':'  Wo Havo a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ^d Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can Bx you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Kevelstoko Station, B. C.  I anadian  \ Pacific i{x)  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  The best anel cheapest route from  Revelstoke lo nil points east anel west.  Through l ickets to Vancouver.  Winnipeg, St. Paul. Chicago, New  York, Montreal and Toronto.  First class elining and sleeping cars,  on all trains.  Through tourist cars to St, Paul  daily, anel to Toronto every Monday,  Montreal and Boston on Thursday, aiid  Moutreal and   Portland every Friday.  Purchase tickets to your destination  and have baggage checked through.  For full information as to rates,  time, etc., applv to nearest agent, to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  Or to li. J. COYLE,  Dis. Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  The Csnaelian P.icific Ste__A~~-8hip Company's  Steamers Nakusp and Kootenny leavo  Vrrowhcod doily tor all points in Kootenay,  maklii' connection at Nakusp (or all points  on _N'uku������p a~-d bloc-en Railway, and Slocan  Lake.  Close connection nt 'Robsoi for Kelson,  Kaslo, I'dlfour, Pilot Bay. Trail, Rossland,  Northport, and all points south.  For full i..formation, tickets, maps, etc..  call on or address  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Agent Revelstoke.   Or to  XV. B. CAKSON.  Travelling Passenger Agent, Nelson.  -  E.J.COVLE, Die. Passenger Afjcnt, Vancouver  TIME C/\RD  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOING WKST  D4ILT  OOIXO EASr  8:00 a in Leavo.  S::tti a in  U:.Hi a in       '    .  1:51 a m      "    .  10.KI am      '    .  10:18 am      '    .  10-:t8 am      "  10:60 am Arrive  .. ..Kaslo Arrive3:30pm  ..South Fork...           3:15pm  ...Sproule's    "      2:15 pm  ..Wiiltewetcr...   "      2:00pm  .. Rear Lake ...   "      1:18 pm  . McGuitian....    "      1.33 pm  Ccdy Junction    "      1:12pm  ... Sandon X������are I_l'pm  ' CODY LINK  Leavo 11:00 am  Arrive 11:20 a m  ....Cody   Arrive 11:15 am  Leave 11:25 a m  ROBRRT. IKVIXO   ! GEO.F.COPELAND  O. F. and P. A. .     I.     Supcrlnten eut  Rosebery  Changed  Hai)ds ..  Although not much advertisiufe  has been done, Rosebery totrnsite,  at the head of Slocan Lake, han  beeu steadily coming to the front-  for the last three months.  WF\at Strong Points  Rosebery Holds on  the   Slocan, Lairs *  Rosebery will have an ' ore  sampling- works iu a feir mouths  with a capacity of a 100 tons a day..  Rosebery. is-in- the centre of-and  distributing point for Slocan Citj"_*  Sandon, . Nakusp, New Denver,  Silverton, Enterprise, Three Fork*.  Concentrator aud Codv, only 12  miles .distant - from the. mining  "centre of the Slocan (SaudobJ.  Ro~~ebery is destined to be the  concentrating point.   *._.-.'  Rosebery.is the sampler point.  Rosebery is the shipyard of��������� the  Slocau. ��������� ; , .    .     ...  Rosebery is the only safe harbbr.  ou the lake.  Buy Lots Now....  If  You Want  To   Mat^e Mericy.  Send "at' once to the .general  agent for maps and price list or  any further information.  A. M. Beattie,  .. o9lf  General Agent.  O.R.&N.  Is the Shortest and   '"'  Quickest Line to.... *'  WALLACE,   FARM1NGTON;  . GARFIELD, *' OAKESDALE,.  PULLMAN,'      LEWISTON,  ,   COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  .-   CRIPPLE CREEK, J - - -    ,.  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST OR   SOUTH.  EAST  THE ONLY  LINE   ,   .  Via Silt Lake, Denver,  Otraha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to and from  Europe and other foreign countries  Train for the East and Portland-  departs 7:15 p.m. dailv. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:45  a.m. dailv. Through service. No  delays or lay overs anywhere, ���������  Get through tickets and further in-  fot iiiation of O. It. & N. city ticket  office.   No.    -130,   Riverbide   avenue,  corner Stevens St., Spokane; Wash.  J. Campbell,  General Agent, Spokane.  W. II. Hurlbuit, G. P. A.i Portland,  Wendell Maclean  Wlioleaalo  and Retail  Spokane Falls and .Nopttiepn  .Nelson and Ft. Sfyeppapd  Red .Mountain R.,y8.  Tho on'y all rail rout/* without .-.hinge o  cars botween Spokane. Northport. Rntsland  and Nelson; 'a'so between Rossland and  Nelson.  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY  I.KAVK. NOinilPORT .".REIVE  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m L.lrj.~0p.m.  For Koisland��������� From Rowland���������  1:11 p.m 1:10 a.m.  For Nelson��������� From Nclcon���������  1:10 p.m..... IS:." p.m.  Close connect io-*s at Kelson with steamer  for Kaslo and all Kootenay Lake points.  Passengers fcr Kettle River and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage daily*  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Atieqded Te.  f22-tf  PATENTS  PROMPTLY SECURED!  GST RICH QUICKLY. ~Vrite to-day to*  oarbt������utlfaIiIla*tratedBookonP������t������nU������n"  the* f������*e-ln__LtIng story of * poor InTeutqrwhjl  m___de ������"0_,000.e3o..' Send nn m, roHAb BkiMft"  or model of yohr inv"ation and *������ wfll-  promptly tell you FRXK if it is aevr and  probably patentable.  -''   -������������������,>������������������   -  WohnmUng. W������n������rt garHo-. Spedslty;  ToO(__i elm rejected in other hinds iw  foreign applications. gofWIMM I Hobot-  able T. Ilerthi&uuie, prop, of "latWus,  Honorable D. A. Ross, Ths leadinff-ixnra-  raircncj-i! _        .  a apecial riotie-n inoTor 300. Bewipapan.  NUUEU0N * SOX-ION. Pat*at XJ(9������rta.  Temple Ba!lding,185 St. Junes BU, HootxeaL  The only firm of Clrn flirf TC__nl~i������Tntii -  the Dominion transacting patent billiaoa  ���������scltulvely.   Mention thispaper. FOR.  THE MEDICINE WOMAN  Catarrh.,  Asthma,  Cold in the Head  OR.,  Sick Headache  Ski-: our variety  Rkmediks.  We have for Catarrh  Agnew's,  Chase's,  Kellogg's  Halls,  Wi, De, Meyers and  Nasal Balm.  For Cold in the Head and Sick 'Headache, some elegant remedies made  by ourselves, fresh anel 'effective.  White  Pin-e  and  Tar-for Coughs  '���������cannot be 'beat.  At.  ���������T^Janada  Drug &  "^^   Book Co., Ltd  : CnAS.: R. Macdosald, Manager.  -' i' - r  Revelstoke :Station, B. C.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Ah Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and ! General  Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  Alex. Mackintosh started feir Keystone Mountain on Thursday in company-with two other men.  J. Kernaghnn has received a contract  to put np 117 tons of ice for the government-cold storage warehouse.  2012 columns of news anel advertising  matter in one year for $2. when you  take the Hep.ald. Free delivery to  .���������iny residence in town.  + Apples 1 We have a lot of apples  which we are offering lit fic-iii $1.50 to  .82.25 in boxes of 50 lbs. each. Order  early as they are selling fast. Hutchison to Co.  .'Fred. Fraser hauled a onupln of cows  across the railway bridge on Thursday  on handsleds. The ."cows were .'tied  down on the'sleds and three men haul-  eel them across.  ..Tlie leading paper in Revelstoke is  ;the Hekald. Its weekly circulation  is four times larger than any cither in  North Kootenay. anel it is patronized  .by the leading advertisers.  I. O. G. T. will give a soe-ial in the  lodge room on Tuesday evening at S  o'clock. An excellent program.is being  prepared and refreshments will be  nerved. Everyone invited and will be  made welcome.  A novel entertainment. Instead of  the ''Ral Poudre" as announced a week  *~kgo~to"be~~giveri"~in~aid-~"of���������StrPeter's"  chiirch, it has been decided to give a  "Weight Party" which will lie held in  Tapping's theatre on Shrove Tuesday,  Feb. 22nd, at S o'clock sharp., For  further particulars see adv.  -The Miner and Electrician, of Spokane, has been turned into a weekly,  under, the editorship of P. F. Goelen-  ralb. an olel C'algarian. Tbe paper  gives a very able resume of the mining  news of Kootenay and its stock epio-  tations are correct' and up to date,  making it a valuable journal for the  ''eastern stock buyer.  The Herald has received a letter  from James Reighly at Spirit River, a  tributary of the Peace, which joins  that river not far above Dunvegati on  the south "ido. He says he* is in a  Fplendid place to winter, as there is a  stock ranch .near, where'he" can get  lmth beef and hay at. reasonable rates.  The parties that are wintering at St.  John's are reported to he losing a"mini-  Tier of their horses. He' 'intends to go  tip the Peace on tbe ice about the first  of March and wait there till the grass  .���������will., do to travel on. His ponief are  fat and he expects to bead; tbe Klondike procession from St. John's with  them.  The gold commissioner has received  word from the Minister of Mines that  claims cannot be lumped together in  J-ndviertising notices of application for  certificate of improvement, but each  claim must be advertised separately  troth In the Gazette and one local  paper. Accortlingly the1 advertisement  of the" application for the Oie Bull,  Big Bend Belle,.0. O. D., Kesef, Oie  Bull Fraction. Lake Fraction, Bear  Fraction and Gold Hill Fraction,tinder  . which they were all lumped together  ���������as one both in the Gazette and the  Mail, represents Just so much useless  expenditure in the interests of economy and a fresh advertiseinent will  .'have to:beinserted for each separate  one of the eight claims, before a certificate "will be granted. The ruling  sheds quite st little gleam of sunlight  ���������on"lhe rocky-path of tbe poor printer.  ["Vrlllun ior lhe Hkiiai.d by l'ui'l; Levis]  Afler supper the other fellows went  eilT to the tent, nnd Tom anil I sat down  lo a good cliat. over our pi|ies. His  half lirei'd wife wns going about her  household duties in the half sulky,  half dellant iiiaiiucr of ber <rkiiitl, when  othi'i* while men como about,  their while husbands. She bud  been a pretty girl, with the wild,  evanescent, beauty of lhe half breed  race, in the days when Tom married  her. Rut. a few years of wedded life  itni'-rhililbi'.'triiig had turned ber into a  hiirdfe'at.ui't.d middle aged woman before she was out of ber "twenties." I  never saw it any other way with theni.  Tom bad three or four small children  in all stiiges.'but bis favorite was evidently the eldest, a very pretty child  of about six, with the soft creamy  complexion and high niched eyehrciws  peculiar to tho offspring of a second  infusion of the white 'blood. lie took  ber on his lap, and while, the. little one.  half scared and half curious; gazed 'at  my brass buttons and gold 1,-icc, Tom  began to unburden himself of bis  troubles.  " I tell"yon what is," he began began between the pull's of his pipe, " I  ain devilish glad you rami1 up here. 1  am having a bit of-tremble with my  Indians (ind you can fix it up for nie.'"  "What i.s the..matter," I said, expecting to hear the usual yarn about,  killing government cattle or refusing  to hoe their potatoe patches... or some  other e.eTence against the peace and  dignity of the Indian Department of  lhat sort. "If they have been killing  iv government cow I don't want to be  bothered with it. The* last time I was  up here, I arrested a nitchie called  Moosewa for that job at- the old agency  and at Old Mac's own request. I  brought him up before the olel man  and what, do you think the beggar did.  He pitched olel Mac a yarn about,  killing the cow in orcler to have meat  to give some of the* Cardinal outfit,  who were visiting him. He saiel he  .was a Methodist and tliey weie all  Catholics and he wanted lo convert  theni. Well you know old Mac is  playing the Methodist racket pretty  heavy just now since he took the  pledge after that last spree he* bad on  tlie medical comforts anel tbe row  about it, and I'm blowed if be didn't  go and let tbe nitchie off and I had all  my trouble for nothing. Vou'll have*  to get another agent before I'll be  bothered with your cows."  "No," said Jim, "it ain't c*ows, hut  the missionaries are into it, all right  enough. It's this way, though T don't  know whether you'll believe* me when  1 tell you. Two of my best bucks  have gone Off the reserve* '.'ind'.,.they  have taken two other Indian's squaws  with thiini. The husbands swear.they  will shoot them on sight, if they  catch them. But the olel men say  that old Mrs. Bobtail, the* widow: of  the old chief, has put her medicine on  them andtlial. ihey are not really responsible for what they are doing.  The '"lwo liiit-ks were always gooel  enough before, and so were the  'squaws; and I don't understand it myself. Now, if you will ste>p over tomorrow, we will have a pow-wow and  perhaps vve will see if anything is to  he done. I tei I- you" BI~l~~"~Ha~ ~~r~"i t.*S".rr  serious   business'1 for   nie.     These   tn  some place or another for myself and  Tom, and the Indians squatted as tbey  came iu, around the walls on tbe Ilnor.  They were a a strange*  looking crowd.  The depart ment had just whacked out  some    civilized     clothing     to '.them,  which had  apparently   been collected  from tbi' second hand dealer*! in Montreal anil Toi 1*111 o and  lo  which 11 few  weeks   eif serving   their   new   owners  both night anil  day  hail  imprinted 11  I'l-owsiiH'.ss alinnsl, iiiilc.srrihnlili'.     The  lints of I'oui'si* bail had the crown.*) cut  oil' and the e'llges fringed I'or eiriiiiiiient  and   ventilation,   while  lhe pants bail  been ripped lo  resemble  the  national  leggings, which do nut coine  up quite  so high on the person   as the ordinary  t.riiiisi-rs nl* civilization.    The  peculiar,  faint   and   I'.-ule-d   Indian    oilur,   coiu-  po'undi'd from  ce'titur'es of dirt, lepo ���������  smi'ke and kiiinicknick  soon filled tin*  room in spile* of the open  and  in fact  doorli'.ss  dour  and   sasbli'ss  window*.  Tom brii'l'lly announced  the object  of the ini'i'ting   and   the   old chief replied.      His   speech      when      filtered  lhrough   the   usual  idiot nl* ,-m inte-i -  pri'ler,    ran    soiuewbnl    as    follows-.  ������������������Ill' says he is glad   to see  the police*,  he says.    He says   hor   heart  is   bad.  The old squaw has made  ineiliciiie, be  says,    lie says he is  sorry  to  see lhe  women go away.    He says the'Indiai'i*-  nre   afraid,   but   the    police   are  not  afraid he says."    One alter another hi.-  tant'iisliu  council   ropentcel; the   same  thing, the drift, eif   which "was that. I  was obviously   expected   to   elo something: 1 hough in what way it was proposed tbat I should  conili.it. the power  of evil at -the "bei-ki and call of the.: terrible' old lady with  the  extraordinary  name was not so very' apparent.     The  Indians were seined  of their lives of  her and   I   could; see   that   they were  keeping something  back,  hoping that  I woulel   catch .or,   without  their   eli-  reetly putting iiie on  to it.     At   last   I  told'them that  1   was .afraid, the1, case  scarcely i-aiue within mv power tei settle, and then one* of the  young hue ks  plucked  up   courage   enough  to  hint  that, thu medicine which Mrs.  Bobtail  had made was,  tbey  believed,   bidden  in her   tent,   and   that   if   I   niaile   a  search for it and  found  nnd destroyed  it, the* spell   would  be*   btnken.     This  idea 'brought'' I he   11 latter 'r lire .more  within the range of  practical  politics,  so to speak, nnel  f said  if {.they would  show me when, tht* old  squaw's  tepee  was     pitched,    I ��������� would   do   as   they  wished.  (To bo continued.)  Trousers,  Pants,  Breeches.  (lull them what you will. Wo  have the choicest line that's to  l*o found any where in town.  Lots of Iheni. All kinds. For  the roughest work or the swell-  c-.l dress. The low prices we .  ask have made our tailoring, and ;  roailv-lii-we'iir business the success it is.  R.*S. WILSON,  The Merchant Tailor, lU.vel-Uike! Station.  f. Mccarty,  WllOI.l-S.VLK AND  HKT.UI. 11KAI.KU  IN  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton,  Sausage]  Agent for tho '"Hce-cnsciciTer  ���������..Typewriter  r. B. WEhL-S  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  "."."'    For Sale  A llnl.y f:n:i;l N'l'ivi-eimlit' l'iaito, i-.iio-.vneiil  vase,'in pi'i-fee-i .irloiv Tiiiik llrst prize nl the  C III I'd ;;t> K.v|ifi.il.eiii. I'-.-ii-e -?:t,'������a. Tel*.us. s:>e>t'  cash.   Apply Kills A- (li-o.-nn. CiiIjsm-}-. '. ��������� l'.'1-.itl  Fish and Cjame iu Season  Markets.- aty Kuvelsloke, 'Itevelstoke.' Station,  Xak-.isp; Trout 'Lake City .mil "ergti.-.bn.  j-jiitt.y yyyVJy:...';'y.'J.\   -:..H'- '.'; : .yij  NOVEL   ENTERTAINMENT  Uum:KMMMMi^M^Miu  To" be V'ivL'r.'''in' TaI'p'in-g'.s '.Theatre.  Shrove  .,.'. Tt!F.������ii.vY, l-"eb. 2'2':il,';at 8 p.m. slinrii, in aiel  ... ol St. Peter's '������������������. Church."'; Price ol admission'  ;.y  according.to weight���������;    :y   .:���������:���������������������������������.'���������--_,.y'"~i:.;:yy  ONE CENT.'FOB.EVERY FIVE POUNDS  :Prizes.given' for the: following weights:���������  Lightest , niarric<l>.couple, heaviest, innrrieel  e-ouple, lightest. single: laely,'..heaviest single  laely. lightest single gentleman," heaviest single  gen'tlcinU'l. *': .:���������",.;. y;y ..:,.-.'     ::y- y:-'...y yy-' ;:;..;  - ,Xone .under, eighteen aelmitteel for ��������� competition. V"'-.: .' "."."'>������������������:.; ���������"���������:.'������������������ '":>'.'"���������  .Music, TiLble:niiXvAVaxworks,;lleci tat ions arid  Dramatic Sketches. '" '.:-.:vy.i ���������'-.,'.������������������"_': ".���������.���������. ::':-,":,.  l*efreshine.-..ts solel iliiring.tliC-e'vcr.ing."' :'.'v  ,. Committer: Mrs. j\tkinse_in..Mrs.Hearn,Miss  Martin, Mr. Hearn, Mr. Crage, Mr;I'liiiips. '���������.'.:���������"'  :i6f-"ty-'..".::' ..."-:.:?;:.:.'.���������;.��������� ���������������������������:y;:.'.;'"i":;..:,'.y.."'.._:..���������;.".":*?  The   Holidays  are over  But wo must keep on doing a  holiday trade in order to meet  , commands. To enable us to elo  this our prices mi Groceries,  Confectionery, Flour. Feed. Hay,  Potatoes, lite., have been reduced  to the lowest nnteh. We ensure,  prompt and careful delivery, and  give* careful attention to mail  orders. Term-*: Cash on the 1st  of every moiitx.  Hutchison ������Sc Co.  '���������- The Popular Grocers.  Notice  Rhodesia-^ ..  Restaurant:  and Boarding House,  corxek.'of skconii-.'sthkkt' and' oltton; a venue,  Kevelstoki; Station.  !--jEnglish'.-Cooking lihchjr'.thc supcrihtentlchce.  'of'Mrs;.Lapworth..*���������;��������� ���������.-' ���������;..-.: u. J;'^U;i'U-:x-r':.-  (J'Mcnls'at'all lionrs.VJ:J, :^'^'Uu ������������������'''��������� ^u^t"���������''-'��������� r''~'iv  JCIcanliriess an(V civility our-'^hibtto.:.- Terms.  'mo(lerater*"J-:;;v J--;" ���������-������������������^ '..-���������:���������.':"':���������; "u:-.-'~ .������������������*���������..-'���������;'.':--- >'-','���������  2ftf -:;; J  ,'v '.;M IIS; tAP.WORTIT;: Proprietress; j  Koticc is herohy pivcu .llr.it iip;iltriit;.m will  ho made to the- I'lU'liiumMit of Cann'iii.; at U,-.  tioxt sussicm, for ait Art tu incor^oratt; hmm-iii-'  pany: to he* known as "Tho ljvnn ('una! and  Oiilton ltailway Company," \viilV.pn\VL-r to con-  j.truf.t, equip, opm-ato ami inaintaiu u ruilwuy  of standard or any other'griupe from a point aV  or,'near the liead of Lynn Canal, nortlnvard  along Dalton's'Trail, or as near thereto a;-, prae-  tleable to a point: at or neav Fort SulkirK,.in  the Northwest Territories, with power tn eon-!  ;neet Willi any railway, iu .Ameriean. territory,  and to eou.struet, maintain ami operate brand-  lines and all ueecssnrv. ��������� roachvays, bridges  and ferries, nnd to: huild, own. and maintain  wharves and Jdoeks in:i'ouncetion therewith;  to earry on in.the Vroviuee of Uritish. Columbia and" in the Northwest Territories the  business of:. .earners, : forwarders and transportation agents ant-Tall other business incident thereto or eonueeted therewith, and also  thehusincss'of whartlugcrs, shippers and vessel owners; and "may for all or any. of the said  purposes; luirehase,. hold, lease'-or.-otherwise  acquire timber, lauds, buildings, docks; works,  boats, .vessels, vehicles,. goods,' wares or merchandise and other property real and personal,,  movable :and 'immovable,;, and improve, ex-;  tend,.���������:__manage, ^.develop, \lease,-; mortgage,  exchange, sell, dispose;.;of, or turn to account  the; same; ��������� and-may'establish shops or stores  on the said lands;*; and may purehaso and  vend- general,; merchandise, .clothing,1 provisions,: stores, Jmachiuevy.- and .supplies, J and;  may deal in mineral product-?, ores, mines' and  pre'eious metals, and generally may do all such  other.things as are-incidental or: conducive to  the attainment, of the above objects; to,build,"  acquire and operate "steam and, other vessels;,  to take anduse water for generating electricity  and to transfer and dispose;of-the power tl:ere-  from /for lighting,: hentingJ and ^motive purposes;" with power also to carry;on*the'business  "of ���������-a,,;general trading companyjor^ari'exnress  compariv;; in also Jto J. own, vihanage^ und::lease  :hbtels^^Ho-fteqnircHiiriber7Jlmils";and<6periito:  's'awAinUla>76r./tlie^:iiroduetion:i-an^vtsalo.'-'of  ���������liimtier^;anU".:t6;vmitie.Jan(lri<leVclo'p*'.'inihcral;  -lands;: and: to _carry.onai''ehor.al:':mihing.aiuI  oreVsmclting.business including tlie;erection  and operation of^smclters^andTconcehtrator^;  .;\vilh. power^to expropriate-huids >f()r;:the. pur-;  jioses .ofythcJ;company; ahdJloVaeqiiirc/daiuis,'  boniisesV-privileges, aiul: otlier Jaius from, any  government, J municipal .corporation'. or_ other  persons or. bodies, ami to levy and collectjtolls  :trom all parties using and on,all freight.-,pass-;  ing overy any of such J roads,���������.'���������railway,- ferries;  wharves;and vessels, and Jwith -power to make  :traffic or 'other.'arrangements*, with railway,  'steamboat ..or other J com panics, and for all  other-necessary or. incidental;; rights, .powers  and privileges in that behalf J .- . -,.--jj  ,.;   .;^'J';i;.";j; ���������-���������;;���������-��������� -v--.   Solicitor for applicants. .-  U Montreal, Sptli-.December, lSUT^J -; ;;^jv2fwtu  DR.   R.   HATHISON  DENTIST  Will beat jus office over Canada nook;  "���������& Drug Go.'s Store; Kevelstoke Station,  ^from Feb. 28th to March^iSt'iy'pS.  diniis are all Catholic-' and the prii������-;t j  up at Elk Lake says that if I lookeei j  after them properly and did not drinl;  so much whiskey this woulel never  have* happened. Now yon know yourself very well ..that all the whiskey I  can get to drink in this hole won't  make me very merry, but I did happen  to get 11 little full the )a-=t time- 1 iva*  in Kingsbriilge and he saw ine. He  married ns, yon know, anil"! don't believe'the old heggar would report ine  Still one can't, tell, but I tell you what  itis, old man. botween the returns,  ami the department and the missionaries" and the Indians, this elamni'd  job ain't what it is cracked up to be*."  Now I had seen one or two curious  thingjj. atiKing tbe Indians myself and  so was not ini-lineil to pooh poeih  Tom's peculiar story. Just then his  wife came forward to take the sleepy  chilil and put ber tei bod. "You th'.nk  yourself smart whatever,-.-.English,"  she saiil. '���������You'd better leave the old  wife alone." It was evident that Mrs.  Bobtail was 1 person of sonif consider-  .-itiein for her connection with the  powers of evil. As for Tom, he evidently had no doubt whatever in  the c������.o.*ie assigned for the gay nntl  frivolous liehavior of his hitherto irreproachable," from a department standpoint, charges, and looked upon ine as  a perfect godsend, since I might lie  able to draw the tire of the old witch's  wrath. ���������Yon. would think that no  white man would ever net to believe  such nonsense*. You fro nnd live on n  reserve till you talk, think and  breathe nothing hut Indians ar.d their  crazy ways anel whims and see.  Next morning Tom went around the*  reserve and roimd<*el up the Iinlinns  and a solemn pow-wow was held in a  half finished 'house* belonging to the.-  old chief, Btarskin. This house.was  his pride: .and-glory, but it. had been a  couple of years building.and was not  yet finished and Bearskin abode in  great content in a tepee* in front of it,  after the manner of his fathers'. A  couple of ch.ti*-. were hunted tip from  THE   CITY   SCAVENGER,  A. WRIGHT  Is prepaivil to i.o all kinds of scavenging round town. All fiidci-.s left ,et  tlie-H _*irSTTD~Ol"fi~r~--_~.-i-Td��������� Vv-r-Br  Pease to Co."? =tore piotnptly  at tend������'d   to.     Yard.-,   lanes   and  privi.-s cleaned.  1 lUflm  The Great Western Mines, Limited.  Notica is horcliy piven that the Annual  Ge.ieral-Jteetirg of shareholders of lho above  n^nied coni'e any. will be held at the company's  nfli c. Rev lalofco- British Columbia, rn the  eijchth day of March, 18D*>, at 2 o'ejlo k in the  afternoon, for the purpose of-���������elcc'in'f ofilcera  for 1 lis ensuing, yeiir, iinri for all .of h^r. Rcner^I  purpoee3 relating to'tiic management of the  company.  A. 10. KIN'OAIOK.  Sacriitai-y.  Revets-Okc, H'iti.h Col -inh'.a,  l-'.bruary loth. 1SSS. lGft,'  p-v" AVING a few left, and not -wishing to  \f\ carry them over until next season, I will  dispose of them at very reasonable figures.  Skates at 75c, nickel-plated- at $1.25, best  skates at S2.50, best nickel-plated at. 83.50, a  tew nickel-plated hockey at 3. Call and Bee  if 1 htve your size.  SPECIAL NOTICE  Before selling your Raw Furs, call on nie and get my  quotations.    It will pay you to do so.  W. M. "LAWRENCE, KKS'Sd"Sl..T,,,",,l,,B������  REVELSTOKE  TIN   SHOP.  13!.   "W.  -3TOTJ*~yrA.2~"S,   ~~?~E~*0~~P~Eai~~3TO*E~..  TO   WHOM    IT   MAY   CONCERN  The owners of the Townsite , of  Burton Oily. I". C. hereby tfivo notice*  th.it l hoy will not be responsible finally liabilities incurred or contracts  entered iutei on their b������half by A. M.  Beattie. of YancOliver, 13. (.',.. who has  now no interest whatever in the &ai(l  Townsite.  :*Y���������H._imijb,  b'.'S. BURTON.  FRANK II. BOUBNFj,  Owneisof tbe Burton  City Townsite.  Dateel 5th Feb., 1S0S. 12flt  REVELSTOKE DIVISION1  Of West; Kootenay. District. I  NOTK.-Ki-' hrrrci  the hmtuieM.  ,y trivi*n, ir- a^rordH:i"c  with i  thiit I-rovirifiaJ H*-v*':mi*t-Tat i  and all ta.^cs IcvitiVunrlcr the AKsc>:������:n������m Act !  aro now due for the year jfcM,   Allof th->- aVivi> j  named taxes coIl*?ptHbh������ within in*.' ltt'v.*lM!r.*-i* j  dlvi������iori .o'{ tlie \Vc*t Kooif tmy district ar*.- pay-;  abUv-at my. oilict*,   licvoi^toki.--, itir-"cs-*_!d tux-.-*:1  are collctabh-; at tht* follow iny ra(V-s viy,:    ,       i  Tf, paid on or l-efor*: Mfth Joncl?.*^, thr^c-(;  tVfthHof one ppr.ctMit.on  rt-ttl pr.������j>������'rty,;  two and ono-hulf per cent, on ayscs^ed :  ������ vaXiie" of wild Ihti'1.  One-half of.oro- per c*~!U. on person-  ''   al"property."  \l       On *vo nvnrh  of th*.: irir-om-* of any  peTs-oTi as exceeds one tho^istui'l lin-Uar?  th^ folfowinfif rati";?, namely, upon  ������uch"  e.x--^ ������* Incornc, whoiv the sain ft it* not  '  more; than  ton thousand'dtdlars,'one  '/.percent.; when such excess't*-'over ten  thousand dollars, and  not  more rlian  twenty thousand dollars, onc'and onc-  qtiarter of one  p*������r  cent.;   when  Huch  excess is over twenty thousand dollar?,  - one and one-half.of one r~or <i-:nt    ,;  j      If paid On or after 1st .fuly, !������*{������, four-fifths  of one per cent. r,n real property, thr*:*--'  per  cent,   on   a������.������essed   value  of   wild  lands. *  Triree-f'iurth*- oi ono .cent, on   personal property.  On "O mii'ih of the income of any  pcr.4'on as exceeds one thou.iand doUnr*  tlnti following rates, namely, upon such  excess, when the same is notmor'; than  ten thousand dollars, one and orit.--q.iar-  tcrK of one per cent.; whr.u such.excess  is over ten thousand dollars and not  more than twenty thousand dollars,  one nnd one-half of one per cent.: when  such excess is over twenty thousmtO  dollars, ono and three-quarters of one  per cent.  Provincial Revenue tax $3 GO for every male  person over the u^cof 15'yeare.  JOHN* I>. HTIWAM',  Aspo������sor and Collector.  KF.AT   COXSTKRNATION  At P-'-vx; & (,'o/s storo ���������  A tl"rr������������ fiirtfilion  AikI -<->ii!'������Lhin������jf moro.  A di-vili'Mi turkfy (cinnrd)  With a ^I'ntli* mhlitt filiito)  A [)!"t I'C'IIh.t |-)l:uint-(l,  Th-~ sidi*- to quit, oil I  j;n������ ;il.i^. al.u It n day  Tln-sr fr :.���������! ynunsclov.' w:i** foilcrl,  f?"fin*.- tltcy ^otu-.vjiv.  Hy .1 m.L*-il-L*n innttniJ (lioiled).  :''u^^-^^'^uv^l  ;":2Coticc.is hereby given "tliat,- application JAv ill  he made;to the I'arlianient ,of: Canada,'--.nt its  noxtVsession;.to incorporate^ a; company .to l>e  known as the British: Columbia and Northern  Railway Company- to.construct a railway to be  operatetl by- steaih; eleetrieity or other,motive  pdwer.fronioron a point of the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company 'near-tho town of-Ashcroftto  run"*, in, a- northwesterly* 'direction along the  vallcy.of. the .Fraser,\hy Fort-Stuarl: Lake, to  the' head .waters.���������of'thej.Stickine' River,-and  theiH'e.norlhcrlyV down ;ihe; valley of ��������� the  Lewis Uiverto Fort Helkirk; with full power to  .divert..the' ahovoJfoacr'.as.;iriay.be found most  suitable on fn ture-expl oration Und {survey of  engineers,^; and '.-".-.with ���������'.'-' power to'���������'construct,  acquire, opernte and 'maintain ; branehJ line.V  und: all - necessary brith4C^,:.cv;lverts>roiulways,  ferries,- docks; coal bunkers and \vater,.tank:i in  connectionj therewith to-carry on in'thejl-ro.-  vinee of British-Columbia; and in the Northwest J Territories : the business ; of .carriers.  forwardcrs.and transportation- Haunts and all  other business/incident'1 thereto or connected:  therewith",; and ; also.; .the/, business of^w'hnrf-;  i 11'fjers,; shippersand;: vessel" owners ;v; and -in ay  for all or any of the said-purposes, purchase,;  hold, lea-se or otherwise ac(-uire.stiinber, lands,  buildings, .docks, worki^, ; boats. . vessels,'/! ve-  diieles," goods;J wares or nierchandise and other  property .real aud personal, movable ami immovable ;Jj'i'aud '-������������������ improve,:-::extend,-���������'manage,'  develop, ^lease,, inortgage, exchange, soli, ciis-  ipo"s^ofror-tnrh=to-accounuthe^sani������;iaiulijni������y_i  Establish .shops or stores'on the said lands; and  may purchase-atid vend genevalj.me"rchandise,  clothing, provisions,- stores, machinery and  supplies/and may deal in .mineral products,  ores, mines and precious metals, and generally  may do all such other things us are.incidental  or conducive to the attainment of theJahove  objects; ..to ^buildvacquire! and operate steam  and other vesselsj/Jto take:and use water for  generating electricity and to transfer and dispose of the power therefrom for lighting, heat  : Notice  Notice is hereby given lhat iipplleation will  be made/to the Parliament of Canada, at it*-  next'session, to-incorporate a company to be  known as "The Stickine and Teslin  Lake ltailway Company" to construct a  railway to . be operated hy steam,  electricity or other motive power from  Fort Wrangell, following the Stickine Kiver  north to Telegraph Creek; from thence to Fort  Selkirk .by,way, of Teslin Lake, with power to  divert the above :road as may be found'most  Miilahlu on future exploration ; and wilh  power to construct; acquire, operate and maintain branch lines, and all necessary bridge^,  roadways, ferries, docks and coal bunkers.in  connect ion-'therewith and > railway stations  and .water tanks; also to construct and operate  telegraph and telephone lines for the transmission of Dressages for the public; to build,  acquire and operate.: steam ������nd other/vessels;  to take and use water for generating electricity ami to transfer and dispose of the  power therefrom for lighting, heating and;motive purposes, with power also tn carry on the  business-of a general trading company or an  express company; also to own, manage and  lease hotels; to acquire timber limits and  operate saw mills for the production and sale  of lumber, and to mine.and develop mineral  lands; and to carry on a general -mining and  ore smelting business, including the erection  and operation of smelters and concentrator*-.  W. K. 1UTCIIIK,  Attorney.for applicants.  Montreal; .lOthDecember, 18.-7.  Notice  "Notice is hereby given that application will  be made to the Rarliament of Canada, at.its  next session, to incorporate a company to be  knownJ as V the "Yukon and jl,acilic ;. Rail way  Company," to construct a railway to be operated by steam, electricity or other motive  power from Skagway or Dyea to Lake Uennetl,  and from thence bv water and other means to  Fort, Selkirk and inrther to Dawson City, aiid  from Fort- Selkirkto a point at or on the Croat  Sln'vo- Lake, with power to divert'the above  road as may be found most suitable on .future  exploration; aud with power to construct, acquit c, operate and maintain branch lines, and  all necessary bridges.'roadways, ferries, docks  and coal bunkers in connection /therewith;  also to construct and operate teleer.iph and  telephone lines for the traiiMniM-lon of mess-ages for, the public; to build, acquire, lease  and operate steam /and other/vessels tn take  and use water ; for. generating electricily; and  to transfer and dispose of the power therefrom  for lighting, heating and motive purposes;  with power also to enrry on the business of a  general trading company or an express company; also to*own,:manage and 1 ea.se hotels;  to acquire timber limits and operate saw mills  for the production and sale.of lumber, and to  own anti mine and develop mineral lands; und  'lo carry on a general mining and ore smelting  business, including.the erection and'Operation  uf Miit-lU-rs and conccntrators.^^-= ^_-_^=^_.  If you  want omployment, or  lfAikinjs* Tor a house to rent  u*Ik������h you m-U'fr Vimi-ouvcr  apply to the  Vancouver Employment and  House Renting Agency.  33i Hastings St., West. t  Harry Edwards,  Taxidermist  Third  Street,  just  east'  School House.  of  the  Deer Ilonels, Bireirt'unci Animals,'elc._ preserved  nnel niounteil, Mnil Ordcn promptly  nttciielcil to. "dim  ni? inul inijt'iv.: pur|ie.-u<;  curry un tlie" l>u-*iin*-*-i oi 11 (  itli -lienvcr ttl.sei to  i_tane-'nil tnielini; rom-  litLiiy or nn e'.\iiro.< e'O'iii.tiny; also lotiwn,  luminal' inul len.se- li.-ite-ls; to ne'eium- tiiiibL'i*  limits inul eii-.e'.-iile siiw mills; for llie.' I'roiitie'tiein  nnel sitlu of Iiiinlinr, tinel to mini; unci iluvulop  ininoriil leniels; tinel lei e-m-ry on ii j^iineriil mill-  inj: nml up' siiiullinvt Imslncss. iiie-liiiliiiK the  .-'r.ji'llrni nii'l o|ii'rtitinn of Mncllur.i anel tern-  e-.-nirntiirs.  MtfiflUN .'  KXe.IjAN'H,  Atteinte'js.  llritisli f'eiliinilitii nnel Neirtlicrii ll. F������. f.'o.  Me.lllri.lll, Willi lloe-e'lillielr, IS!'". 'Jfw'JI  Notice  CiKOl'PlilON-, DCIKION  Minitrcnl,"SUtli lie'c-ombcr, lS'.l".  ,t AIjI.AX.  -ifw'Jt  Canned .Goods  Roast Beef  Corned Beef  Corrieti Mutton  Devilled Ham  Rabbit  Boneless Turkey  Boneless Chicken  Sheep's Tonjjue'  Stewed Kidneys  Lunch  Tongue  Cross Jte Black Weill's Poitofl Mi-iits  inul'���������Smips,'etc-., cite*.,  liitely gut in.  W-.-. B, PEASE .-������&? CO.  N'ritice is herebv given, that application will  be made to the'Parliament of Canada, at its  ne\t sc*-sion, to Incorj-oratc a company to he  known as '-The ���������Northern.-it Yukon Kailway  L'omi.any,'- to he operated hy steam, eleclrlcUy  or other motive power, from Kdmonton In a  northwesterly direction by" the I'cacc Itiver  down thron-;h Teslin Lake, and ttt build spurs  to the head waters of Ihe Mackenzie Itiver.  with |H>wor to divert the above road as may be  found mr-si suitable on further exploralion  and survey, and with power'to construct, operate and lnuintalu branch lines and all necessary bridges, roadway--, ferries, docks and coal  bunker.-* in connection therewith, railway  "Lullon", water lank-, etc.; iil-'o to construct  iiiid opcrat<f t'degraph aiifl teleplione lines for  the Iran-un is*.ioh" (if message-* for the public; to  carry on in the 1'rovince of Uritish Columbia  and in the Northwest Territories the business  of carriers forwarders.nud transportiou agents  and all other buslneK^'iu'cldcril. thereto'or connected (herewith, and also the business of  wharfinger.--, shippers and vessel owners; and  may for htl or any.of the said purposes, pur-  clinsi', h*>Id, |-'*-t*4-~ <-r i-thtTwii-c acquire timber,  laud**!,''buildings, dock������. works, boats, vessels,  vehicles goods,Ware or merchandise and other  properly,���������rent and pcr.-onal, movable and in\-  inovub'c, atid.'tuiprove, extend, manage, develop, li*a~.", mortgage, exchange, ,scll( dispose  of, or turn to'-account the same; and may  c-iJabliKh xhops t-r stores'on the said lands; and  may purchase and vend general merchandise,  clothing,- provisions, stores, machinery ami  | siippile*, and may'deal in mineral products,  J ore--, mine* and precious metals, and generally  ��������� may do nil -<uch other th-ims as are incidental  f������r tondnclvc to the attainment of the above  . object-*; to build, acquire ami operate steam  j and other vessels; to take and use water for  ' I'-Mi'M-atlng ���������������Iectr������'"itj nnd ic transfer and dispose of the power therefrom for lighting, heating and motive purpose--, with power also to  carry on the business of a general trading  company or an express company; also to own,  manage and lea^e hotels; to acquire timber  limits and operate saw mills for the production  and sale of lumber, and to mine and develop  mineral lands; and to carry on a general mining and ore smelting business, including the  Erection and operation of smelters and concentrators.  KDMUND GUKRIS.  '  Attornevfor the Northern and Yukon Hv. Co.  Montreal, 'H'Ui Pocember, ISH7. 2fw9t  NOTICE.  Xoticc i.s hereby given that - application  will be made to the Legislative Assembly of  the province of British Columbia, at' its next  session, for an act to incorporate a company  with power to construct, equip/operate by any  kind or kinds of motive power, and maintain  either a standard or narrow, gauge railway for  the purpose of convoying passengers and  freight, including all. kinds of merchandise,  from a point at or near llazclton on the Skeena  river, Ca^sfnr district;������������������: Hrltlsh Columbia, .by  the moHdirect and feasible route to a pointon  the. Omineca river,Cassiar district, llritisli  Columbia, and from there lo a point on the  Peace river, wilh powercto cou'-truct, equip,  o] crate and maintain branch Hues and all  necessary roads,, bridges, ways, ferries,  wharves, docks and coal hunkers; and with  power to build, own, equip, operate anti main-  I tain steam nml other vessels ami boats; and  .with power to build equip, opertate and main*  tain telegraph and telephone lines in connection with said railway and branches, and to  carry on a general express business, aud to  build ami operate all kinds of plant for the  purpose of supplying light, heat, electricity, or  any kind of motive power; and with power to  expropriate lands for the purposes of the company, and to acquire lands, bonuses, privileges,  or other aids from any government, municipality or other persons or bodies corporate; and  to make traffic or other arrangements with  railway,steamboat, or other companies; aud  with power to build waggon roads to be used  fn the construction of such railway and in ml  vance of the same, and to levy aud'coUcct tolls  from all parties using and on all freight passing over any of such roads built by the  company, whether built before or after the  construction of the railway;, ami' with all  other usual, necessary, or incidental rights.  Powers, or privileges hs may be necessary or  incidental or conducive to the attainment of  the alwuve objects or unvof them.  Dated at the city of Victoria the Gth day of  Januarv, A.D.189S.  'HODWELT- <fc DUFF,  15jwCt Solicitors for the Applicants.  J. Harris & Co,,  Calgary, Alta.  -.VH(>t,K6A~j'K DISALEltS IN  OATS,   HAY  j and Chopped Feed.  Cierlcail.. (.hipped on short notice.  Correspondence .solicited. l"]������.l"  A Shave  A Haircut  A Bath  Smoking- Tobacco  Chewing Tobacco  Choicest Cigars  Big Assortment.   Confectionery. Fruits, Etc.  .A..  ZM-O-E^G-AJST  Tonsorial Artist,  Fiiont Strkbt, Kevelstoke..  ^ave Your Eyes  Aman will ������������������ teat them for you.  j\11 sights suitcel by new process.  Ci Insses for every degree of sliort-  KiKlitedncHK at moderate prices.  Look In nnel try them. A large  assortment of smoked and colored glasses.  Chas. J. Aman.  Oitohite the Station.  BALLPROCRMMES  Xontlv printedat  at the HEKALD.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  XOTICK.  Cori'ER Fraction Mineral Claim,  Pitiiate in tlie Illcrillew act Mining Division of  West Kootenny District. Where located:  H.-iiiK a northerly extension upon the Sil-  \cr i'ow mineral e'luim, near Copper I'eak.  Take notice that I, Walter Scott, acting as  agent for the Fish River Copper and -Silver  Minim: Co.. Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate Xo.  91,194, intend, nixtyelajs from the elate hereof,  to apply to the . Mining Kecoreler for a ccr-  tifie.ate of improvement.**, for the purpose of  obtaininezn crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section' 117. must be* commenced before* the  issuance of sncli certificate of improvements.  Dated this 14th day of January, 1SS8.     2Hj9tw  JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD  FUR  J AS. MCMILLAN SCO.  INCO f-l l������0 H ATEO ,  ,  EXPORTERS IMP IMPORTERS.  2P/3-212 FIRST AVE. NONTH.  tVHIMN_EA~~~OUIS,    MINN.  Branch: ss wbari st., VICTORIA, B. C.  J. A. BROWNE.manmicr.  ^-Shipments Solicited. Write for Circular.'  -������

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