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Array fl ' *    ^  ' *<r  f  ISSTJEID   TV7'ia-E3--^-'V*7"BEIc: ���������"V7'EXD3_>rESlDA.YS    ^ISTjD   S^TTJI^IDJLirS-  8  1  Vol. II..   No. 9.  :S~>������SSgeggfeege5_3ggaE?T!*5S'=r>*i������  Hudson's Bay |  Company   |  "INCORPORATED UI70] S  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters  in Western Canada.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in'Advance.  'A  Intending Prospectors shoulel write us 15.  for "one of our new Folders, which v,  contains an excellent Map and an g"  estimate of  the  probable cost of a &  contains an excellent Map and an {&"  estimate of the probable cost of a &  complete outfit for the Gold Fields. S^  Hudson's Bay Stores,  Calgary.  Calgarv, Feb. 1, 1S~8.  j  Haig & Crage  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ���������' Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor,  &c.  Notary Public.  ' .-        * -      <   ,  Office upstairs in* Smith's block. P.iclflc Ave.  -   Revelstoke Station. B.  C.  -    WM.  WHITE,  Q. C,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary runi.ic. Etc-.,  Revelstoke, B.C.  Solicitor for liniierial Rank of Canada.  jAmes- murphy, b.a.,  .  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  OQicc:   Cowan  Block,   Itevelstoke,  B. C.  P. 0. Box 195. ICftf  GAMBLE  & O'REILLY,  Civil Enginkkks. Provincial Land  , .S.n.VKYOits. "'  Accountants ami General j". gents.  Kelson and Itcsland, West Kootenay,  liritish Columbia.  F. C. ("amble, .1. I*.. M. Inst. C. E., M. Can. Poc.  C K., P. I.. s". for H. C. (late Resident Engineer Department of Public Works in  Canada in II. C.) Nelson, B. C.  Francis J. O'Reilly, A������soc. M. Inst. C. E., P. Ij. ".  for B. C, Rowland, B. C. -    ,  3)lytf  C. B. Hume  &Co.  .Oar business daring theXaias  rush equalled if not surpassed  our fullest" expectations, arid we  wish to thank the " numerous  friends and . customers, who  helped to make things livety.  Business must' be kept up  although the holidays are over,  and with this object iu view we  call attention to the-following  announcement.- *   .  Our Dry Goods Department  *.-\.  i  has' been thoroughly  overhauled since the rush subsided. All our stock is in splen-  did shape and new lines,have-  recently been added. . We wish  .to draw special-attention to outbargains in '" ' ���������'. ' r- ���������--.---  i   -   - j -     .  Imported Flannels and Flanhellettes  Pieces of Dress Goods  A Stock of Hosiery, just imported   -  A Well Assorted Stock of Silks  Gents' Furnishing,Department  A well assorted stock of Men's  Clothing made by the best cloth-  Magic Liniment  Should bo in every household for burns  and ssa'ds, all forms of swellings, sore  throat, M-hoopi tg cough cold on the  cheat, bit-is c f Insects an I all forms of  inflammation. Magic Liniment is  superior to all other*.  A Terrible rabit mi "ft  Many people h'eve unconsol"ius'y become  victi .is to the terrible cocaine-hu'ut. through  using t"iijcatnrrli-po*d-irB which eo-.tain this  drug. Japunrse '"au-rh Cure do-ja not rank  among tbis class of cutar h cu*e- ��������� It i- a thoroughly antiseptic pomude, whi. h rea-hos the  seat of the dUcase; relieves co'd in the head in  ouc minute, nnd there is not a single esse of  catarrh incurable, if this remedy li persistently  used. V  -���������^"W. A. Griffiths & Co.,  DRUGGISTS,  HEVKLSTOKE.  Trousers,  Pants,  Breeches.  Call them what you will. We  have thu choicest lint' that's to  I'e found anywhere in town.  l_<its of them. All kinds. For  the roughest work oi- the swcll-  est dress. The low prices we  ask have made onr tailoring and  ready-to-wear business the success it is.  ,R. S."WILSON,  The Merchant Tailor, Revelstoke Station.  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining:  Brokers.  a. ���������   -  Agents for the Queen Fire Insurance Co., of  America.  Represented by W. Morris, Revelstoke.       Gntf  ROBERT" SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Dra-ring and  I"cli-.������-y Work a specialty ot  lowest prices.      __ -  Teams always ready at a moment's notico.  agent for the Stand ird Oil Company.  The Revelstoke Photo Co,  Stvdio: Douglas Street.  Revelstoke,   -    -    -    B.C.  8dt(  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. "658.  ~~rgul������r meetings arc he'd in th������*  Oddfellow*" Hull onthe SPCOid and  J fourth Wrdne'days of each month at  ������������������������ 7:3" p m. Visiting brethren coidiauy  " invited.  Dr. T. Jeffs, W. M. T. J. Grahame, Ree.-Sce.  W. O. I'irsey, Fin.-Sec.       It. S. Wilson. Treas.  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  0 Successors to Hull Bros. * Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Ro tail Dealers  in Beef, Pork, Etc  KAMLOOPS  and   REVELSTOKE.  AH orderB tn our line p-omptly filled.  "s     -'  NOTICE  To Contractors, Business Men  or Families  Requiring anv amount of Bread from 1 to 1000  loaves can have same ou shortest notice from  Revelstoke Station Bakery. Our ovens are  larcc and A I, capable of turning out one ton  of Bread daily. Also Flour at Ion est prices by  the ton or cwt.  Cannod Goods, Confpctlcmerv and Fruit  Free  delivery  to  any  part of   eity eir  on  rains.  Revelstoke Station Bakery  A. N. Smith, l'ropriuur.  ing houses in C nada is now  open to inspection by the public.  Our Suits are in all styles -and  for fit and cut look just as well  as cus.om-made clothes at a  third of the rost.  The Grocery and Provision  Department  is always kept stocked  with a full supply in every line  of the best and freshest goods.  We are agents for Ram Lai's Tea,  the very best in the market.  Our prices are made to suit the  times. We al-vays keep in our  warehouses a good stock of hay,  oats and vegetables.  C.B. Hume & Co.  ' Revelstoke j Station, Revelstoke and  Tront Lake City, B. C.  ;       f. Mccarty,  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton,  - Sausage  THE RIVER BANK SECURED  THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT  WILL GO RIGHT ON WITH  THE WORK.  Mr. Gamble Arrived Tuesday and Will  Hire Men and Start Right on With  the Funds at His Disposal,���������All Danger, of Crumbling Away This Spring  Averted.  The arrival 'of Mr. Gamble fi-nni the  coast on Tuesday with* instructions to  start right on with the work of protecting the liver Imnk for the provincial government, threw a gleam of  light on the situation. When Mr.  Gamble received his instructions, the  Victoria .-itithbrUies was quite aware  of the refusal of the fcdei-al government to" give any help in the work.  He is registered at the Hotel Revelstoke and is hiring men to commence  operations at. once. He will l.iy out  the woi k so ns to save the bank this  spring and at the same time form the  basis of more extended operations  later. Mt.Gamble expects the work  will last till about the middle of April.  He wHl open an office - in the government building and will hire men there.  He intends to give good men good  wages and 111 another week or two will  require pretty near' every team in  town. ... .-  Fish and Game In Season  Markets   at- Revelstoke,   Rcvcl-stoke  Station,  Nakusp, Trout Lake City and Ferguson."  Rjntf - _ - "     " "     "  The  Holidays  are over  '--^ \.. J  *��������� -,r,.*-- -...,-."- j'���������-'.������������ x-*" *"'*:"'���������'-.  ' 'But we imi't keep on ,doing"n  ' _ ���������"' holiday" tralle in order 'to meet-  coin m.inds. To enable us lo do  this our -prices 011 Groceries,  Confectionery, Flour, feed. Hay.  Potatoes, Etc.. have been reduced  to the lowest, notch. - We ensure-  prompt and careful deli very, -and  'give careful attention to mail  - orders. Term*-: Uash'on the 1st  or every month.  Hutchison ���������& Co.  The Popular Grocers.  Bhodesia^^  ^Rerstauraiit^  and Boarding House,  Corner of "econi> Street and Orton Avenue,  kevelstoke station. -  A LD believes, ber-> use lie thought the  town was not entitled to such a large  expenditure. But the blame is laid on  che Turner government, and it was the  local I rump card of the Revelstoke  Grit reformers. It was too gooel n  thing to throw away. The next Dominion elections nre a long way off.  the provincial elections are near.  Another forty feet or so of river bunk  cannot be expected to cut in'-.'.cli ice  alongside the telling election cry that,  but for the Turner government the  work on the bank would have been at  all events started this year. Of course  the idea that Mr. Turner would  go on with the work'whether or  no never occurred to them. ��������� The Herald wants the electors to make a note  of this. Mr. Turner's mistake was  certainly due to an honest misapprehension of the responsibility of a provincial government for work of this  kind, a missapprehension. which a  more capable representation at Mr.  Kellie's hands would easily have removed. As soon as Mr. Turner discovered his mistake he acknowledged  it and took immediate steps to remedy  it. But the refusal of the Grit government to meet him half way now is due  to nothing at all but a desire to make  capital for their friends in the coming provincial election Do the electors think that people capable of a trick  of Ibis sort are the kind of men to put  in power in the interests of a clean, capable and public-spirited administration. * "-  English Cooking under the superintendence  of .Mrs. Lapworth. ' .  Meals at all hours.  Cleanliness and civility our motto.    Terms  moderate,  ���������iftf MRS. LAPWORTH, Proprietress.  Tapping's Theatres *  Near'Station."  Best i>" the Interior.  Erected l~9~..  Cor. Victoria. Ed- and Connaugbt Ave.  A very t-trong frame structure, 30x06, two  storey, each ceiling being 12 It. clean; a llrst  class stage, I "-.SO; two private boxes; two  dressing rooms, 1:2x15 ft. each; changes of  scenery; ventilators; reflectors; 24'electric  lights installed, arranged so as to suit any  stage act; a good ball room floor. Everything  complete. A good piano and all the latest  modern improvements. Everything strictly  first class. To let only to respectable people.  No others heed apply. Charges moderate.  2flm It. TAPPING, Proprietor.  NOTE AND COMMENT,  Rarely in the history of responsible  government, hns any minister of the  Crown presented so pitable a spectacle  as Mr. Blair, the minister of railways,  when bringing; the Yukon railway  contract before the house. It was not  merely th.it his defense of some of  the clauses objected to was ludicrously  weak, as, for ins-timee, -that the mon-  jopo.ly.clause was inserted by the government in the interest-of the people  in ;lhe face of tliej opposition, of tbe  contractors.. But.his .ignorance oT^t.he  ilet.iils'elic-!r,ed uiidi:i**'iiir.V,Foster>.piL-.  ...  ..*- ..- - -.. , __   t--.-.   .     ��������� ,    ;-i>* 1  ��������� less  cross    examination   was   almost  incredible. TleAveak point about the  Stickeen as an. all Canadian route is  obviously the fact that- goods have  to be trans-shipped fiom the ocean to  the river.steamers at WrarigJ*!. This  to Mr. Rlair was quite iiJ"new point.  He thought no customs duties' would  be charged on trans-shipment, but had  not consulted the law officers- of the  Ciown or the. United States authorities on the matter. In fact he could  give no information at all on a point,  which;* we would think ^would have  been considered even by a school boy.  He had no knov. v!ge of any estiinntes  ~ofrthe_prob"ab!^~5t-"of-:t->e~road-anci  did not {even know if-* any had been  asked for before signing the contract.  "Some one should be i..,charge of the  bill, who does know," said MivFoster,  and Mr. Blair had nothing to sayjTho  Yukon contract has been more criticised and discussed than any.railway  measure brought before.,, parliament  since the days of the debate on the C,  P. R. The circumstances surrounding  it have made it the most important  brought before the house in twenty  years. And yet the head of the railway department is ignorant of the  most elementary facts connected with  it, when introducing it. And this is  the administration which wius elected  for its preeminent business qualities,  to.rescue a suttering country lrom the  financial incapacity of their predeces  sors.  PUBLIC AUCTION  There nill be sold by public action, pursuant  to the decree of Honorable Mr. Justice Forin  made in an action in the Connty Court of  Kootenay holden at Revelstoke on 19th day of  January, 189", of McCarthy vs. Kennedy, by C.  E. Shaw,,,Deputy Sheriff, at the Columbia  llotel in the town of Itevelstoke, B. C, on  Saturday, the 26th day of  February, 1898,  at the hour of 11 o'clock In tho forenoon, the  "GLADSTONE" MINERAL CLAIM, situate on  the went side of a gulch, on the north side of  the Canaelian Pacific Railway track, opposite  Muir's-tunnel, about Two Miles from the  Illecillcw-act Kiver. and about Three Miles  east from Illecillewaet Station.  Particulars and condition*, of sale may be  had of the Deputy Sheriff and at the place of  sale, and of  WM. WHITE, Q. C,  Revelstoke. E. C.' nient.  PV^d Is: rcbraar;-. lSJS.  The position j of the Federal  government' in lending itself tii a  scheme of this, kind is pitiable in .the  extreme. From, the beginning ot last  month Mr. Turner, as head of}the pro  vincial government, has been endeavoring to get* some answer from the  Public Works depart irieiit"to his proposals, and in vain. At last quite recently the provincial authorities.received- a refusal, couched in very  abrupt terms, to assist in the project.  Sir Wilfred Laurier, when on his visit  to the west as the 1 hen leader of the  opposition, expressed^ his deep grief at-  the-apathy. of- lhe,*go\:er.ntiu'nt over  this'iimtter. and. ple'dgedhiinself to "do  better. Hon.' Clifford Sifton quite le-  cently declared his eagerness to assist  in the good work. It was a'local  plank in Mr. Bostock's platform at the  last election. All this has gone for  nothing. The desire-to discredit the  Turner government has prevailed over  every consideration of honor, nay.  even of policy. Theold Conservative  administration may not have been nn  ideal government. It may have made  mistakes. Eighteen years of continuous power may have rendered it out  of toueh.with public opinion and iin"  pressed it with the -idea that it was a  ruling-caste and-nnt-mei-ely���������the-head-  of a political party--.But the Herald  will undertake, to say that it was too  big to lend itself to a petty deal of this  description, or to treat a provincial  government with rudei.ess and partiality to score a political point. And  if they will venture to so treat this  community when dealing with an independent provincial government,  how would they be likely to treat one  that had fallen under its ��������� displeasure  with a Grit government in the ascendant in this province. Here is a foretaste, of what we may expect, if we  allow British'Columbia to be chained  to the triumphal chariot of the  petty Grit despots now ruling  at -Ottawa. If they do these  things in a green tree, what  will    he   done   in     the     dry ?  The Hkrald is willing to give the  beneiitof its larger circulation .to the  two following telegrams, which were  sent by Hon. Mr. Tarte and Mr. Bostock and published in the Mail:  Ottawa, Feb. 10.181)3.  Provincial government having declined to contribute, fur Revelstoke  protection works, item $10,500 was  dropped from estimates last year. We  then cx.nt.ot do anything.  I. J. Tarte. .  ���������    Ottawa, Feb. 10,1808."  Government refuses to take action.  Have done all I can. Bostock.  Mr. Tarte cannot do anything, Mr.  Bostock has done, all he can, and the  Dominion government flatly refuses  to help us out. The fact i.s not a point  was to be lostintheadvantage given to  the Grits by the Turner government in  not meeting the Federal _-,rant, inadequate though it was, last session.  There is little doubt but that the  blame for that really lies with the  local member, who was always very  lukewarm in his support of the idea  th'itmoney for this object should notbe  requested firm the provincial govern-  He held the brief for the town  aud bungled the case, really, the Hek-  The position of the Turner government presents the mnst favorable contrast. In spite of, the fact that Unrepresentative for North Kootenay in  his anxiety to get on what he iniagines  to be the winning side, has left tin-  ranks of their supporters' on the first  trifling pretext which presented itself,  the government is prepared to deal  with this question as the government,  of the country, and not as the heads  of a gang of political tricksters. From  the very first time that Mr. Turnei  took the matter up he has worked at  it as a business proposition. Tbe lii-sl  result of his visit here was the mission  of Mr. Gamble to report on the whole  question. As soon as the report mis  considered negotiations were opened  hy the government with the Ottawa  authorities. Had the latter had sufficient courtesy to intimate to the  provincial administration their unwillingness to do anything further in the  matter at once, Mr. Gamble would  doubtless have been sent here to begin  the work a month ago and all this valuable time, would have been saved.  The provincial government having  made up its mind, has kept the question ft-nstantly w view.   Tliey pledged  themselves to do it and have kept  their promise. Tliey were in communication with Ottawa before Mr.  Kellie and the petition reached Victoria at all. The petition will be useful to strengthen their hands in asking  for the appropriation, but as we can  see now. was really not needed to keep  theni up to tbeir pledges. As for Mr.  Kellie, he has been, like a chip in por-  i idge, uo good and no harm, and is apparently occupying his leisure hours  in stringing together a lot ol fool  questions which are simply making  himself and his constituency ridiculous throughout the province. On  the side of the provincial government  is business and dignity, on the side of  the Federal authorities nothing but  party spirit and littleness. Are these  the people, whose supporters iu this  province, we .ire now being asked to  support in the sacred name of Reform?  PINGSTON   GREEK. .  Wonderful Showing of Gold Ore on the  Arrow Lake.  Pingstrn Creek runs into the  upper  Arrow lake, just opposite the St. Leon  Hot.Springs, thiough a lange  of low.  timbered hills.    A  good pack trail has  been cut by the miners themselves for  ten   miles   up  the  creek,  crossing it  about   three   miles    from     the   lake.  Three years airo locations weie made  near the mouth of the creek and along  the shore of the lake of very promising leads  of gold and  silver  bearing  ore, and in  a quiet  way considerable  development work has been done.   At  the mouth of the creek one company  of miners  have run a (30-foot tunnel.  W. Green  has a 10-foot open cut on a  lead on the lake "going  $0 to $7 in silvei   and  gold,  and    improving   with  depth.     Day,  Dawson  and Craddock  have 130 feet of a good  working tunnel or. a claim one-half mile back from  the   lake.   Other  development   work  has been done on different numerous  claims in  the  vicinity,   but very little  was heard .aboilt .the camp until the  -disrovery of.- the -I'ingsfcon dod<' six  iniles . up   the   creek,    last   summer.  The length  of this  lode  is almost incredible.   The outcrop,   which is very  extensive and heavily minei-alized, is  traceable on   tbe surface for 12 miles,  on claim after claim,  showing a width  of from 10 to  100  feet.     The country  rock   is   a   schist.       The   ore,   which  greatly  resembles  Rossland ore in appearance,  is pyritite. and contains an  average   value of   $20  to  tbe  ton  in  gold, silver and copper.    The whole  width of  the  vein matter is composed  of pyritite. quartz and solid galena in  seams.' the  galena giving  heavy percentages of_lead up to CO per cent.   On  ~oh^claimr~tI������r"Ex"celsior, "specimens  from a 12-foot ledge went as high as  $30 iu gold to,the ton,  and an average  assay for gold on the claim goes all the  way from a tr.ue to $*~0.     Not  much  development work  has  been done but  the   character, of   the lead seems to  show decided improvement below the  surface.    Development  work  is easy,  as pay ore can be taken out right from  the face of the hill  and transported to  deep water.    An  aerial   train could be  constructed   at   a   moderate   cost,  as  there'is  a   natural   grade down  the  creek   along  a   hog's   back,   running  from the range  of hills in the interior  lo the lake.    Timber is plentiful and  every   kind  of facility   for easy   and  profitable   mining  i.s   on   hand.     An  enormous quantity of ore can lie won  at little cost and shipped continuously.  Pingston Creek  will be the scene of a  very lively camp in  the near-future.  Several Nakusp   people  with   money  behin'l them have acquired claims and  will push operations  along next summer.      Without any  desire  to exaggerate, the Pingston  lode  is probably  oneof the  most  extraordin.-i.iy showings of ore iu extent in the province,  ami what development has been done  tends   to   indicate that   the ledge is  both permanent and increases in value  with depth.   Next summer may show  some   startling   developments   in the  camp.   Ac-cot ding to all accounts some  forehanded Nakusp speculators have  already   staked    a    townsite   at   the  mouth of the cieek.  MURDER.AND; ROBBERY  LORD W. NEVILLE-GOES DOWN  FOR FIVE YEARS.   -  I. O. G. T.  The following nre the officers installed by Chas. F. Lindmark, L. D..  in I. O. G. T. last night: Luther Mc-  Taggart. C.f.; K.ittic Lee, V.T.; K. B.  C-impbell. S<*c.; Maggie Lewis. Asst.-  Sec; J. Anderson, Chap.; J. Dallas,  JI.; Miller Berhen. A. M.; Howard  Eslcsy, Fin.-Sec; W. Fleming. Treas.:  .1. A. Millar. Guard; B. Robinson.  Sent.; Miss Savage, Supt. jr. Templar;  .1. Savage. P.C.T.  Speaker Higgins Rules Out' Discussion  on Premiers and Promoters.���������U. S.  Cruiser Maine Destroyed by an Ex?  plosion. -B. C. Chamber of Mines  Organized. ��������� Investigation into the  Drummond County Railway Deal.  _   (Special to the Herald.)  Montreal, Feb. 10.���������Peterson to  Tate still say they. are. ready to build  the fast Atlantic steamers .and will  have two ready by June 1. -   * -  Ottawa. Feh._l~-.The ���������Driimmond  County Railway "deal will be'investi-  gated by a committee.  London, Feb. ]0. ��������� Ixird -William  Neville, fourth son of the Marquis of  Abergaveny has been tried for fraud  in connection withjborrowihg money  from ������������������Sam" Lewis, the Jew money  lender. A sentence of. five" years  penal servitude was pissed upon him.  Victokia, Feb. 10..���������Speaker Higgins yesterday ruled that there should  be no discussion regarding premiers  and promoters. * J. B. Kennedy,-M. P  P.. was prevented' from speaking ou  t.he Turner-Pooley-Province.case.''  "Havana,   Feb.. 16.���������A-'terrible ' ex- ���������  plosion his t-aken  place on-board the  U. S. cruiser Maine.  Many were killed,  and wounded.     The cruiser .was destroyed. ; .'-..'.;  Vancouver. Feb. 10.���������The B. C.  Chamber of Mines was organized  yesterday. The following -..executive  was elected: W. A. Carlyle, \V.Pellew-  Harvey. W. White, H. Abbott, H.  Cohen, Barclay Bouthrono, A. St. G.  Hamersley. F. S Taggart, C. ��������� C. -Ben-  net, Dr. Selwyer. Dr. Bell-Irving.'     ~  -  Mr. Charles Tilley, the only ' "son of  Mr. and Mrs. S.'L. Tilley died" last  night at St*. Paul's hospital."'' The  Tilley family is one of Vancouver,  pioneer families and is known throughout tlie*province;--_X.ivCs.:_'1',' --...   \-_[l  A jury yesterday awarded "A. F."  Stewart, a school teacher, one thousand dollairs damage against A Friend,  who accidently shot him-in.tbe arm  wilh a revolver." Stewart-sued .for  $5,000. - . y      .'.-. -i-A  A man named" Doyle held'-upr'shot  and killed Dennis Connors at Armstrong's-, Landing on- Sunday last.  Both men are said to have been working on the Crow's Nest railway...'Robbery was the object of the crime. * . -  LAF0RME_ CREEKAT  Rich_I~rospects _vOnly __piscov-rediLast_-j  Year in the Big Bend.  Last summer a discovery of a'very  highly mineralized section of country  was made on the divide between the.  head of a small .tributary of -Carnes .  creek and another nf Laforme, a creek  which  joins   the   Columbia  only   20  miles above  Revelstoke' on   the   Big  Bend trail. -The   find   was"  very  remarkable ns shewing how little prospected are parts of the  country- even'  within easy distance'of a lwuse of_snp-  plies  like  Revelstoke.   The  first   recorded strike wns made by three prospectors named Jackson,  McRvie  and  Gore about 6 miles up the * creek from  the  Columbia,    who    located   .seven -  claims cat ry ing both gold .and galena,  one assay giving as high as $21 iu gold  from a surface specimen.   Other pros-'  pectors   immediately    went    iri   and -  found that the reports were" not exaggerated, the whole mountain, whicli .  was entirely iinprospected being full.-  of leads.   One ledge of concentrating -  galena was'locnted seven feet wide on,.=  the surface.!'1 The formation is a schist "*  with limestone dykes running through."  it in a N. W. by S. E." direction.   The '���������  lielt was traced by Mr. Nagle into the ,  granite where it was cut off abruptly. ".  He found very rich float in the creek -  apparently of glacial origin.   Later on,.  Mr. Eil. Adair made the discovery" of '  the Adair Group  on Mineral Mountain, four miles up   tbe  creek, which  gives a most extraordinary ������hewin������ of .'  galena, sulphides and arsenical   iron ,  ore.   In order to open up this country  pioperlv a  trail is required.     About  $1,500 would   render  of  easy   access  these remarkable finds,   the development of which will be of immense im-;  portance to this place.  The Silver Cop.  The Tront Lake Topic is Tinfornied  that the recent shipment of .ore from  the Silver Cup to Everett was the'  richest'treated there for a year- past.  The ore ran in tbe neighlmrhood* of  870 in gold alone and-the silver returns were exceptionally rich. A  further j-hipiTient of 2W tons will be  made shortly. Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests of  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake  Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pan and Eagle Pass Districts.  JOHNSON Propplelo**.  E. SROa&N Editor.  . A Bemi-Weeklr Journal, published in the  latei-MM ot BeTcOatoke and the surrounding  dUtrlot, Wednesday*- and SalurdajB, making  -jcaast eosuMctloni with all trains. -  AjlvaniiinB Rates: Display ods, 91..10 per  eslnina Inch. $2.1X1 per loch when insertedon title  pan. - Le������ol ad������..12o per (nonpareil) line for  lint insertion; So tor eaoh additional insertion.  Readlnc aotlcea, 13c per line each issue. Birth,  -tfarrtace mad Death notices, free. __, ���������  Subscription Rates: By mall or carrier. $2.00  per annum ; ~1,'~" far six'months, slriotlj* in  advance. ��������� , .  Our "oh Department: Thb Hbiial-d Job  Department U one of the host oquippcd  printing oSoes in West Kootenay, and is pro-  pared te execute all kinds of printing in lirst  elsae style at honest prices. Ono price to all.  No job too large���������none too small���������for us. "tail  erden promptly attended to. Give us a trial  -' on, your next ordor.  TeOorreepondente: We invito correspondence os any tub'eot of interest to tho general  public, and desire a reliable regular corros-  Kodent   tn     every     locality     surrounding  irelitoke.   In ali cases the bona lido namo  ef the writer must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publlcatioc.  Addren all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke.  ". C.  of  international    trade to other  countries.  The doctriuo of the survival of  the fittest applies to nations engaged in international industrial  competition as well as to individuals. Those nations will prove  themselves littest to survive aiitl  to control the trade of the world  that llrst learn to carry on industry without ruinous'conliiet between employers aud workmen.  Striks are too costls". They are as  destructive as war itself to industrial supremacy. Some other  method must be found of settling  disputes. Capital and labor must  learn to work together in harmony for increasing the product  of their combined forces. The nation that lirst learns to do without  strikes will have taken a long step  toward securing the industrial supremacy of the world.  TUPPER AND  CHAPLEAU  THE GULF WIDENING BETWEEN  THESE LEADERS  CALGARY MARKETS  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. Ul ooirespondence must be legibly  written on ������������������<* side of the paper only.  t. Oemepondence containinst personal  matter Bust be sinned, with tho pr per name  of the writer.  S. Correspondence with reference to any  thing that has appeared in another paper  mnst ������rit be offered for publication to cbat  paper before it can appear in The Herald.  .WEDNESDAY.  FEB.   1(3,     1S0S.  THE   AUTHOR   OF     "ALICE  WONDERLAND" DEAD  IN  In view of the appointment of  the Marquis of L'orne as honorary  Colonel of the Argyle Light Iufan-  try, at 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 neigh:  bore, we venture to   make a few  observations        regarding        the  strength of Uncle Sam.   The Un-.  nited States,   as  is   well knovvn,  ranks, fifth among the naval powers of the world in the matter of  warships.   Great Britain, France,  Russia  and   Italy,. in the  order  named,'take precedence, and Germany's strength is so near that of  the States that they maybe said;  to be about   evenly  matched.   It  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 a  great extent by their  geographical position.   "Uncle Sam  in case of war would be a formidable opponent for nations having  a naval and military equipment.  So long as his people keep together, he could never be subjugated.  The territory to be seized is   too  extensive, too well populated, and  the opposition   which   would   be  developed in the course of a very  few months too strong.   The   position in our own case, therefore,  is as to the extent of  the damage  ���������whieh-England and-Cauada-com-  bined could'inflict before the conflict wore itself out and peace negotiations were begun.   The British would labor under a disadvantaged that they must traverse many  miles of sea before making an   attack upon either coast.   The Canadian troops, however, might run  amuck, sweep everything  before  them, seize Washington, and conquer the United States, providing  of course the Argyle, Light Infantry of Belleville,  Ontario, led the  van   with the   desperate swashbuckler,   the   Marquis    of Lome  leading them on to victory.���������Free  Lance, Wetaskiwin.-  All children and also grown ups,  have suffered a great loss in the death  of the famous���������it would perhaps not  be extravagant to sav the immortal  author of "Alice in Wonderland". The  name of "Lewis Carroll" (the nora de  plume under which the Rev. C. L.  Dodgson wrote) was familiar to hundred's of thousands who had never  heard of the Rev. Mr. Dodgson the  distinguished mathematician and Ox-  fonl don.  He was educated at Christ Church  Oxford and was mathematical lecturer there for 20 years. Besides writing  a number of mathematical works, he  wrote several bright and amusing aud  interesting pamphlets. In one of these  writings he parodies the propositions  of Euclid, with inimitable wit  Euclid wrote, "A straight line may  be drawn from any one point to any  other noiut," and -'A circle may be described from any centre at any distance from that centre,". . Mr. Dodg-  son's parody is "A discussion mav be  raised on any point at any distance  from that point." Again Euciid wrote,  "A plain superficies is one in which  any two points being taken) the  straight line between them lies wholly  in that superficies". Mr. Dodgson  wrote, and this should be borne in  mind by. all public orators of all  countrie'3 at the present day, "A plain  superficial speaker is one who anv two  points being given, will lie evenly between those points.  "Alice in Wondeiland" .appeared in  1803.   The book was originally written  -.to    amuse    one    of    the   daughters  of      the well known       Dean  Liddell. The story rapidly circulated  throughout the English speaking  world an" was translated into all the  languages of Europe. In 1S72 appeared "Through the Looking Glass", a  sequel whicli is scarcely inferior to its  predecessor.  It seems strange that a mathematician, a bachelor, should in his two  famous stories have written such  imaginative stories so well well fitted  to a muse children.  A Chicago paper makes the following comments ou the subject  of strikes and international trade:  ���������Tbe labor disputes in Great  Britain during the last year have  been disastrous to the industries  of that country. It is estimated  that the loss in wages to the engineers is about ������12.000,000. In  addition, tbe Almalgamated Society of Engineers has distiibuted  in relief to its idle members a sum  amounting to about .$3,000,000.  The loss to '.the employers is not  so easily estimated. More important to them than the immediate  losses, however, is the permanent  Injury to business. While masters and men have been fighting  business has been going to other  countries, especially to Germany.  Some orders have been placed in  the United States. For the single  month of November tho shipments of machinery- fell of more  than $1,000,000 from what they  were the previous vear. The ex-  port trade of Great Baitain's chief  rival, Germany, increased for the  same period by nearly the same  amount. Itis said, too; that business lost to Germany usually is  never regained. All lines of business suffered, of course, as a result  of the strikes. Railway traffic  was reduced in volume, shipbuilding* was injured land tradesmen  and shopkeepers found their profits greatly reduced.   But  really  one of the most serious and  irre-j _._          parable   losses was   the diversion I Jiatns' Pink Pills for Pale People.  Chapleau's Views on the Manitoba  School Question Have Not Undergone Any Change Since the Pope's  Encyclical Was Received.  Monthisal, Feb. I).���������Sir Adolphe  Cliiipleiiu. ex-lieutenant-governor of  Quebec, in an interview yesterday,  which is the same in La Presse and  Star and therefore evidently authentic, asked if in his letter to Mr. Tarte  he had favored a coalition, he said:  "Xo, the word coalition, had  always rubbed the French Canadians  the wrong way." At present ho wii3  not iu politics, he said in reply to a  question that he was no supporter of  Laurier, but had been a personal friend  of Laurier's for 110 years. He had not  changed his views on the Manitoba  schools since the iniblicatton of the  encyclical. He believed in being/oi-e.'-  terhi rcsuafifer in inoilo. He' had  not pleaded with the Pope to favor  Laurier's settlement. It was well  known that he had refused to enter  Sir Charles Tupper's cabinet.  He had done so on account of the division then in the party, and of public  opinion, which he was convinced would,  not lead his government to suecess..  He was still a Liberal-Conservative of  the La Fontaineand Cartier schor.l.  Circumstances had singularly favored Laurier up to tho   present   time as  premier, and it only depended on himself whether he shall become an  able  chief and a   benefit   to   his   country.  Speaking of the stolen   letters,   Chapleau said: "How can one refrain from  a feeling of surprise on seeing a .chief  of such experience as Tupper   gravely  discuss, at the request of the first spy���������  Mouchard���������who comes along,, a   certain distorted extract of  a  stolen letter in which he declares he has no faith.  Considering our  former  relationship,  Sir  Charles,   without    compromising  himself might have written to me and  asked me for an explanation   rl* he desired any.   As he has not done so I am  justified in believing he   had   another  object in view.     Did   he wish by any  chance to exclude me from  the ranks  of_his colleagues it was a useless effort  because I am not, there.     Had   he the  pretension of  ejecting   mo   from   the  Liberal Conservative   party,   in   that  case 1 must assure him he is not qualified to tm n me out of my   own house.  That  was   a   Bismarckian   whim,   of  which he will repent on reflection, just  as ho has recovered from the  outburst  "that followed my refusal   to * enter his  cabinet in May,  1S00.     It is in vain  for Sir Charles to   retreat   behind the  publicity given   to   these  extracts to  force me to a  denial.     1  declare once  and for all,   that'I   shall   not   discuss  with him  nor   with   others   the   contents of that document.     It  would be  to make myself  an   accomplice   in   a  criminal act. and to put a premium on  the thing.    Since'Sir Charles has such  facilities for   obtaining   access   to my  private letters, let him   publish   them  himself.  Wholesale   Prices   as They , To-Day  Stand.  Butler (salt) $0 20      $ 0 00  Butter (fresh)  0 23 0 00  Cheese  0 10 to 0 124  Eggs  0 35 to 10 00;  .Potatoes  0:��������������� 0 00  Turnips  0 23 0 00  Bacon (dry salt)  0   0' 0 00  Hay  0 00 7 00  Oats  030 000  Barley  030 000  Wheat No. 1 Hard.... 0 07 0 70  No. 2 Hard....    0 03 0 00  No. 3 Hard.... 0 57 0 00"  No. 1 Frosted. 0 50 0 00  ���������'      No. 2 Frosted. 0 10 0 15  "      No.  1 rejected  1 Hard'  0 53 0 00  *'       No 2   rejected  2 Hard  0 15 0 00  The  Wholesale dealers in  PERMANENTLY  CURED  A STORV TOLD BY A JUSTICE  OF THE PEACE  Attacked With La Grippe Which Left  Him Weak and Worn Out���������Kidney  Trouble Added Its Complications  And the Suffierer Was Discouraged  From the Journal, Sitinnier.iide.  One of the best known men around  Bedique aud vicinity is Mr. Alfred  Schurman, who has recently removed  to North Carleton. Mr. Schurman  was born ifi'Bedique about 70 years  ago. Some 23 years ago he was sworn  Tir--as~a~justice"���������of-th'e'-^peaceT^ancV  about 2L years ago he was appointed  clerk of the county court, in both ot  which offices he has given every satisfaction. Jlr. Schurman was also a  farmer on a large scale and like most  men engaged in that occupation led a  busy life, being compelled to attend  strictly to business, but less than a  year ago he retired from farming and  no-v lives in North Carleton. T3efore  his retirement, work such as only a  man engaged inth.itoccunatinn knows  anything about, claimed his attention.  His increasing years made the burden  heavier and the spring work of 1803  wore him completely out. This is  what he tells about it, and how he  was cured. "In the spring of 1803 the  con'stant toil and drudgery connected  with the work of farming wore me  out completely, and the break down  was the more complete because the  results were coupled with the bad  effects left, by an attack of la grippe  One of the results of Ia grippe was a  nasty cough, another was the complete loss of appetite. My spirits won*  greatly depressed and I felt that I had  lived out my (lays. I always felt cold  and consequently the stove and I were  great friends, but, the cold affected mo  more especially in my feet and caused  me great annoyance.' Added to this  complication was a serious kidney  trouble which threatened to prove the  worst enemy of all. I was unable to  do any work, had no ambition, and  less strength, and was not, a bit the  better of all the doctor's medicine X  bad taken. It was my wife who advised me at last to try Dr. Williams  Pink Pills. I bought six boxes and  began taking them. My hopes revived  because a change for the better was  soon taking place, and before they  were done I was cured. The six boxes  brought back my appetite, strength  and ambition, in short all th.it I had  lost in the way of health and strength.  The next spring however my health  again gave way and I immediately  began using Pink Pills again and I am  happy to say that they effected a complete cure and today I am well and  hearty as if I was only -10. I strongly  recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  to all who are sulFering an I was.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure Ingoing to the root of the disease. Thoy  renew and build up the blood, nnd  strengthen the nerves, thus driving  disease from the system. Avoid imitations by insisting that every box you  purchase is enclosed in a wrapping  hearing the full trade mark.   Dr. Wil-  YUKOfl JWflP  Published by Thk  HiiriALU, acknowledged to  oe tiie most complete and  acoeirate map obtainable  of tliu overland routes to  the Yukon   Lithographed,on heavy  or light paper   Price $1.00.  Together with a copy  of special edition of Tm-:  Hekald, containing complete information regarding   routes,   supplies, etc.  The Herald  Calffary,  Alb3Pta.r  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyono sending ft nkctrh nnd *dOBcript1on may  quickly nvortnln nur opinion frco whether na  Invention in probably pntentnhlp. Communlcn-  lionnfltrtcflyeonadflntfal. Handbook on I'jttentff  sent,free. Oldnnt ncrency fornecurlnepntenti.  I-ntontn taken through Mann A Co. recelro  special not ice, without clmrtfO, In thn  Scientific American.  AhnndflomiMy IHuttrntPd wnokly. LnrKCSt circuit-! Ion of nny Helentitic tnurnnl. Ter_mn. ���������*!-. a  ypnr; four months, $1.  Hold hy nil ncwBdenleri~i.  MUNN&Co.36'B"* New York  Brunch OBlco. ~~5 " St.. Wnshlliu-ton, IJ. C.  Ales, Wiqes, Spirits aqd Cigars.  FRONT STREET  REVELSTOKE, B* O.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RY. CO.  flerchant's Hotel  Illeciliewael, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  In the olden times,  physicians accounted  wise, searched vainly for the  Klixir of T.ife, or the knowledge  whereby life might he prolonged.  We now know that tliere is no such thing  as an Klixir of Life. But we have learned  that life maybe prolonged by those who  take the right measures.   ���������''....  Anv man or woman who will'lalce care of  health and take the .right remedies .for ill  health, mav live to a ripe old age. When  a man feels out of sotU, when he-gets up  in the morning tired out after a restless  night, and goes home in the evening completely knocked out with his day's work,  without appetite or ambition, he is a sick  man. If he docs not take the right remedy  he will soon be in the grasp of consumption, nervous prostration, malaria, or some  oilier serious malady.  A man in lhis condition should at once  resort to Dr. Pierce's Golden 5Iedic.il Discovery. It is lhe best of all medicines for  hard-working men and women. It makes  the appetite keen .and heaity. It gives  sound and refreshing sleep. It tones and  strengthens the whole system. It invigorates the heart and nerves. It makes digestion perfect,_the liver active and the blood  pure. It cures e)S per cent, of all cases of -  consumption. It strengthens weak lungs,  and cures bronchitis, spitting of blood and  obstinate coughs. It is the great blood-  maker and flesh-builder.' It does not make  flabby flesh like cod liver oil, but firm,  healthy, muscular tissue. It does not make  corpulent people more corpulent. Thousands have testified to its marvelous merits.  Sold by all medicine dealers.  You know what you want. It is not a  dealer's business to tell you.  Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, l'lilTalo, I*~. Y.,  for a fiee copy of the "People's Common  Sense .Medical Adviser. l~or paper-covered  enclose 31 one-cent stamps to cover customs  and mailing only.    Cloth-bound 50 stamps.  Tho Company will pay 25 Cents each for  Tamarac Ties delivered on its station ((rounds  clear of encumbrances in accordance with tho  below mentioned spoolQcations:  All ties will bo carefully inspected, and this  prico only will bo paid for those whioh como  up to the specifications, and on -which there Ib  no claim for Crown dues.  Parties desiring to cut ties on lands other  thon their own must not proceed without  permit from tlio Crown Timber Agent at  Edmonton, and in nh caeea Crown does at the  rato of three conta por Tie will be deducted  from abovo prico uiiIosb a letter is produced  from tho Crown Timber Agont certifying that  Ties are clear of dues. Settlers who nave cut  Tics olT their own or other patented lands  mnst furnish Crown Timber Agont with  satisfactory sworn ovidoncc where Tics woro  cut before he can issue cloarancc and before  Company can accept Ties.  Cedar or Jack Pine Ties will bn taken at o  reduced prico according co the quality. Spruce  will not bo accopted at all.  -,Parties who proposo delivering Tios must  apply to tlio Company's agent at points whore  there is ono, for fito to pile Ties, and at othor  points will apply for site to Bcctlon foreman.  Tho Company will send an inspector over  tho road as soon as deliveries are completed,  of which due notice villi bo given to enable  contractor-i to bo present. Parties delivering  Ties must Inrnfrh receipts showing thoy havo  paid all bills for labor and supplies incurred in  connection with the work, and mu6t establish  their title to the Ties to tho satisfaction of tho  Companj 's inspector.  Sl'ECIKICATIOM KOR TIES.  Tamarao Tics: All Tics must bo good,  f-.uund, live tamarac, exactly eight (8) foet, long,  cut square at. each end, six (0) inches thick, and  at least six (G) inches en the face clear of the  bark at tho smallest; part; to bo smoothly  liown, free from shakes and score macks,  perfectly straight, nnd must bo sound.  Cedar and Jack Pino Tios: All Ties muot bo  good, sound, livo Cedar or Jack Pino, oxaclly  eight (8) feet long, cut square at each end, six  (6) inches thick, and at least six (0) inches on  the faco clear of bark at tho smallest part; to  be smoothly hown, froe from shakes and score  marks, perfectly straight, and must bo sound.  .   W; WHYTE,  Manager.  Winnipeg, ' th November, 1897.        nl3-dw-tf  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ""'"i~TOy  Tho   largest hotel   iu   town.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Kates    SI     per    day.  Brown & Poo], Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Free Trial To Any Honest Man  The Foremost Medical Company  in the World in the. Cure of  Weak Men-Makes this Offer.  HEALTH AND ENERGY ASSURED.  HAPPY MARRIAGE, GOO'D  TEMPER, LONQ LIFE.  StocKh  Large light bed rooms.  *   Table    furnished   with  tbo choicest the market  affords.     Best   Wines,  Liquors    and      Jigars.  Kates   $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  In all tho world to-day���������in all thn history of the  world���������no doctor nor iiiBtltutior hag treated and  restored so many men as __i-Ui"tli3 famed SKIS  MEDICjU, CO. of Buffalo, N. Y.  Thia is due* to tho fact that tlio company controls  some InTentlons and dlscoTerics which har* no  equal in the whole realm of medical science.  SCIENCE TRIMHWrt  ��������� " LAMP Of  UECt  So much deception has been practiced in *d-  Tertistn^ that ibis grand old company now for th������  firrt tlrao maken thlfl ntartllng offer :���������  They will Fund their costly nnd mngicftlly effeo-  tire appliance and a whole month's coiin-p of r*-  fltoratire rerr.eilie������r poaltiT-nly on trial without  ������xfi*QnHotoany honest nnd reliable man 1  - >'ot a dollar need be advanced���������not a penny  paid���������till r���������<talta are known to and acknowledged  by the pattern.  Tina Erie Medical Company's appliance and  remedlei-] har-3 ho*:n talked about And written  about all orer the world, tUl eyery man haa heard  of th#rn.  They restore or create- strength, Tlgor, healthy  tti������-*)tj*������ and new life.  They qulcki? atop drabu on the system that lap  the energy. ' -  Tli^y cure nerroilFneM, despondency and all  tbe *��������� treel* of etil habit*, exces^e*. overwork, etc.  They3I.r0 fall ������trenKth, development and tone  to ev������iry portion and organ of tbo body  Vallare i-j Impossible and age la no harrier.  This " TrUI without; Expense " ofTer in limited  by the com piny to a short time, and application  xnti't be made at once.  >*o C. O. I). -~b'me, no bogus philanthropy nor  deception, no exposure���������a clean buafneen proposition by:- company of high financial and profea-  ���������lona;"������;andinff. _  VTritA to the ERIE MEDICAL COMPANT.  BUFFALOr>'.Y., and refer to aeelng the accouAl  of thatr offer I n thia paper.         IMPERIAL BW  "���������OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto ,  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merritb,Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jailray,  Hugh Ryan,  T. Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branobes  North .West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton.  Vtiucouve]  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Essez_  Fergus  Galb  [ngersoll  ONTARIO.  Niagara-Falls^  Porb Colborne  Rab Porbage  Sault St. Marie  Sb; Catharines  St-Thomas.  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  D. W. nqarsh  Montreal, Quebec. V~  Agents  111   Greab   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 12 Lombard Sb., London,  wibh whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Monbreal, Bank ol  America; Chicago, First. National  Bank; Sb, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Deparbmenb���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interesb allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letbers of Credib���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United Stabes, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, ebc  Gold Purchased  A* R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Brar.e-h  CA.LGARY  Whole**)  and itetnl 1  (Groceries,    -   -   -  Dry Good ,   Clothing  Men's Fu-nisiiings -  \Hats and Gaps -   -  'Boots and Shoes   -  Crockery,   Claasware  Konr "j'imtom   Ke_*ipectfnllr Mollrlteel  ISclo Aurent for f". F.~.*i J. 3nlt,  WhoIoBilo Grocoru.  TliotriJo only supplied.  TRY OUR  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blaclismithine-. Jobbinc  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithine:  ,   Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty���������^  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.  f{evelstok;e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants  Family Knitter  Will Jo all Knitting* required  in a familVt homespun or factory varn. SIMPLEST Knitter on the MARKET.  We guarantee every machine to  do R-ood work. Agents wanted.  Write for particulars.  price, S8.00 oandas Knitting Machine Co.  COFFEES, j DUNDAS  ONT.  Kmyi-.D^iE_b  Doops  Sash  Turnings  .Mouldings  TRY THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planing Mills  Revelstoke Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  -l*afl^e<"*r  Saddle    and     Pack    Horses  always for hire.  Freighting  and- Teaming   a  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Troub Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG to HILLMAN, TnOj~rsoN's Landino;  THE  LAST  CHANGE  To secure one o" those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site. '  Dout -wait till the boom bits the  town in tbe spring like a cyclone,  but BUY". NOW.  HAIG &ORAGE  Sole Agents.  C. B. JVLaelean  ARGH1TECT.  and BUILDER  Kutimalcs furnlshoej. Pinna uud bpocl-  flcatloiiB inaelc. Am uluo propuml to do  shop and job work on tlio shortest  notico. Satisfaction guarantoid ia  every case.   Oall or .write for terms.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  W. S. BIRJJEY  ; PJUJNTER 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  Tlie Pioneep  Stores  , ���������of Fepgu8on-  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything to lie found in a general store.  Post Ollice in connection.  At our TEN-MILE BRANCH f toro  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all .Miners' and Prospectors' Supplies are  kept on hand  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ���������       Terms. Cash  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  orwish 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 onccto  (JJ-I.MES   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  No, 0 Mill St., between Riverside and  Sprague. Spokane, Wash.  Be Sure and register at the  BJILMQOL HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords.    Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  .Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prices.  11  Douglas Street ��������� Revblstoke #&  DAVIN     SEEKS     INFORMATION  FROM  THE PREMIER  TERRITORIAL    GOVERNMENT  For the Yukon Country���������Government  Now Preparing Legislation���������Man  Killed Near Belleville���������The Spanish  Ambassador at Washington Resigns���������Panic in a Poland Synagogue  Ottawa. Feb. le.���������In reply Lo  N. F. Davin, Premier L-iurit'i- snirl  that where the nolice were withdrawn,  all exposed points In the Noi-Lh Wo*>t  such as Macleod and Lvthhiiclge,  would be protected. As* to the matter  of such iitttection the Piemier did not  vouchsafe any inforiii'ition, but there  is a possibility that it volunteer organization may be effected.  In the Senate Hon. David Mills said  thai the Government were pteparing  legislation which would be brought  before Parliament, defining tho poweis  of the ��������� Territorial Government in  Yukon, and which would provide a  system of Government for that roun-  try, and that until fiuther legislation  was enacted by the Dominion Pailia-  uieut the Government cf the Yukon  was theoretically in the hands of the  North West Tcriitories. Scott said  that some time aco-the Government  of the North We-t Territories had  asked for advice nnd been directed by  the Domiii'on Government not to issue  any inoie-Yukon permits, of any-kind.  Candidates have been nominated in  nearly all the Ontario constituencies.  Great difficulty is being experienced  in securing tiansportaticin to Wrangel  of a number of laborers for the Stickine  railway.  It is reported that agents of the  Rothschilds offered to build the Stickine railway on most favorable terms.  A new Franchise bill has been introduced in the House of Commons.  The Liberal membeis of parliament  have endorsed the Stickine railway in  general caucus.  rooit MAX  Belleville, Feb. 11.���������John Carney,  of Tiendin.ig.i was killed vesterday  by a load of wood falling on him.  OEN'EliAI. ITEMS  The British Culumbin Legislature  was opened on Thursday.  1 Senor Dupuy de Lome the Spanish  ambassador to' the United States has  tesigncd on account of the accusation  brought against him,  Eleven persons were killed and 2(1  are missing on account of the Pittsburg fire. '   -  One hundred and eight persons were  killed in a panic in a Jewish synagogue  in Poland. '*  Japan has notified " China that she  will retain passession of Wei Hai We.  Great Britain's fleet in Chinese water  is the largest which has. ever been as-  setnbled there.  CANADIAN,       AMERICAN  EUROPEAN NEWS  AND  A PROHIBITION  DEPUTATION  BEEF FOR THE ORIENT  United States Packing Houses Receive  Large Orders.  San Fhancisco. February 0.���������  Officials of the Pacific Mail Steamship  Companv say that within the past  few day's theie hns been an astonishing increase in shipments--' of food  supplies to .the Orient consequent  upon the gathering in Chinese waters  of Ei.ghsli, German and - French  warships. They also sL.-tte thnt a few  days ago -a 'representative of the  English government placed an order  in Kansas City for 2,000 tons of beef  to be sent to ' the English Hoot in  Chinese waters. The,Russian govern-  -inentrthey-also-state.-lias-givcn-st" big-  order to-two Chicago houses for  canned goods and beef, paitof whicli  will be sent from this port' to the  Orient, and .the remainder" by way of  Vancouver or Seattle.' An agent of  the Russian government has an order,  for 1,200 tuns of beef. This order for  canned goods is intended as part of  the supplies for the Russian ttocps  now being sent from Odessa to the  Miinchurian frontier. The agents of  the French and German governments  have also placed orders for meat  supplies, both at Omaha ;ind Chicago,  RAID OF THE KLONDYKE  The   Relief  Expedition Said to   Have  Ulterior  Motives.  London", Feb. 1).���������The Star yesterday, under the heading of "Raid of  the Klondyke." quoted an anonymous  American correspondent, who recently  arrived in England, as saying with  reference to the'relief expeditions to  the "Klondyke. that those who are  . familiar with the facts "know that  this excuse is as flimsy as Jameson's  desire to relieve the women and children of Johannesburg." Continuing,  the 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  nud stripes will be flying at Dawson  City by July ���������__.. It would pleases a  large body of Americans it the Klondyke could be'made a pretext for war  between England and the United  Htates, wliich would result in the annexation of Canada."    ,  Mrs. Wright, of Banff, reports  trapping a lynx, that was making free  with her pet animals. He measured  .1 feet long, two feet at the shoulder  with paws six inches across; evidently  ;iu old timer.  The galena found at Austin is said lo  contain lead, silver and some gold.  The chief question i.s whether enough  of the mineral can be found about the  village to make any further investigation woi th while.  Tin. Ili'itAM) has boi'ii informed  that men who hive recently severed  their" connection with contractors on  the Crow's Nest Puss Railway have  been charged $ 1.130 each for the cost  of the commission.  Has an Interview With   the Premier-  Murdered   Her   Children���������Laborers  ' From   Newfoundland���������Leutgert   Is  Found Guilty���������Tha Chinese Loan-  Paul   Kruger  Re-elected' President  Ottawa, Feb. 10. - A deputation  from thi* Dominion Alliance waited  upon Sir. Wilfrid Laurier today regarding a prohibition plebiscite, hut  no definite pledges were entered into  by the premier.  The position to which ' Major Cartwright was recently appointed had  been announced by the Liberals as  abolished, but it was easily resurrected.   Such is life.  It is reported from Gracefleld, 00  miles north of here, that a young  woman has murdered her three illegitimate children  Conservative newspaper . criticism  has had the effect of inducing the  Government, to inform the Washington authorities that, the American relief expedition cannot be accompanied  by armed troops.  It is reported that the Conservatives  as a party will bp'pose the Stickine  railway bill.   .  -The C. P. R. are engaging laborers  ior the Crow's Nest Pass railway in  Newfoundland.  Steamer Gallia, due at Halilax on  Monday last has not arrived.  Winnipeg, Feb. 7.���������Stock in the  proposed workingmau's hotel is being  taken up quite liberally; $8,-100 has  been already subscribed" of a total of  .'la.OOO.  '^MERrCAN  Several lives have been lost afc a fire  at Pittsburg. '..  -. .  "'-  "President Barrios, of Guatamala,  was assassinated yesterday. Excitement is intense. ���������  Another wonderfully rich discovery  of gold is reported from Alaska.  The population of Gt"eater New York  is estimated at 3,138 S09.   -  Leutgert hns been found guilty at  Chicago of "murdering .his' wife and  sentenced by the jury to imprisonment for life,  Senor Dupuy de Lome the Spa nish  minister at Washington has been accused of writing a letter reflecting on  President McKinley.  EUROPEAN    .,  London, Feb. 10.���������Negotiations with  Great Britain for the Chinese loan  have failed.  The trial of Eniile Zola reached an  exciting pitch yesterday.  Lord Salisbury charges France with  a breach of good faith in  Madagascar.  Paul t Kruger has been reelected  president ofTiansyaal.  Russia has. abandoned the candidature of Prince George, of Greece.for  Governor of Crete.  RUSSIA'S PLANS  The  United  States  Holds the   Key to  i  the Far East-Question.  New York, February a.���������The  United States is more of a factor in  the game ot international politics  which is now in progress over affairs  in the Far. East than is generally  understood. "Your country thus has  a commanding position in .the big  fight that is going on, and by shrewd  diplomacy it ought to be able to obtain  almost any concession in the Far East  that is desired." These declarations  were made to the Washington corres-  p6ndent~of~the~"H"efaId_last night by-  one of the ablest members, ot the  diplomatic corps in Washington, ' a  man whose country occupies a neutral  position in regard to the Far Eastern  question, during the course of an extended interview on the general  situation. He views it through unbiased spectacles. "The contest on  one hand is between Russia, Germany  and Franco to secure a distinct  declaration that the United States will  not concern itself about the opening  up of any more new ports by foreign  countries", and England and Japan on  the other hand will induce the United  Stales to join them in a protest against  a policy which will give anv nation or  nations superior rights in any Chinese  ports. The head and centre of the  light just at present is right here in  Washington and will become eyen  more exciting upon the arrival of the  new Russian ambassador. Until his  arrival you need not look for any new  move by Russia in the Far East." The  action of Russia in raising this legation  to an embassy and transferring this  post to Count Cassini, direct from  Chins, is, in my mind very significant.  He will come prepared to explain in  detail the exact state of affairs in  China and with instructions not only  lo sound the' United States as to its  position in the. matter but to make  advances looking to an understanding  which will give this country almost  anything that may be desired in a  commercial way m return for moral  support in favor of the schemes of  those countries which have arrayed  themselves against England aud  Japan in the Orient."  Boats leaving Vancouver for the  Yukon are cro.wded with people from  all over the world. The latest rush is  from Japan, 5,000 natives of that  country have engaged passage.  li. Mann says a part of tho plant to  be used on the Stickine road will be  sent forward immediately. A  sleigh road will be built tip the  Stickine, and permanent camps or  road houses will lie established every  2~ miles.' By tho time navigation  opens on the liver iti*- expected some  20 miles of railway "*. ill be graded and  and ready for the rails. According to  the contract the road has to be built  by Sept. Ist, and if completed on time  will be one of the fastest pieces of  railway building ever done. Mackenzie and Mann will also operate steamers both on the Stickine river and  from Teslin to Dawson City. Aliout  1000 men will be put to work at the  start, and 'his number will be increased to 1,(XX) as soon as navigation opens.  The Best Advertising- Medium in Western  *,  Kootenay Is  PUBLISHED   TWICE   A   WEEK   AT  Subscribe   for  this paper and send it to  your friends���������Just as good  as   a   letter.  _ CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTHODI8T CHURCH ��������� Revelstoko.  Preaching sernces at 11 a.m. acd i-3~  p.m. Clats meeting at the cloee of the  morning servico. sabbath School and Bible  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  cvory Wtdntsdny evering at 7*30 p m. The  public are cordially invited. Boats free.   HEV. J. A. WOOD. Pq-.tor. _  f-HURCH OF ENGLAND��������� St. Peter's,  *���������' Rovel'loko Hours ot Bcrvice: Evening  prayer dally ut 5 o'clock, Fridays at 7*30.  Sundays nnd Festivals: Holy Communion at 8  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  nnd Bible Clans at 2:30. evonlng prayer at 7-30.  First Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  at morning Bcrvlces.   FRANK A. FORD. Vie^r.  PRKSRYTEIUAN CHURCH-Revelstoke.  * Servico overy Sunday at 11 a-m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib'o CI iss at 2__S0 p.m., to which  all nro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wednesday.   REV.  P. P. MUIIt. Pastor.  Rc  OMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Rerel*  stoke.    Mass  second Sunday in  month  at 10-30 a.m.   REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  Strictly in the Wood  Business now. I have at the present  time about 100 cords of good, dry  Fir and Hemlock Wood  Full measure guaranteed���������prices  right. All orders left with W. B.  Pease to Co., Revelstoke Station, or  at'The Hekald oflice will receive  prompt attention.  JAS. C. Hutchison,  Sdlf Wood Dealer and Carter.  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of_ Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pine  Wood for s-ale. Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. W. M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with IT, N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke. '   -,  17utf  FRANK JULIAN.  We Have a Good Supply of ,  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S FOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  RLV������LSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  I anadian  \ Pacific F&  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  ~    *" ���������  The best and cheapest route from  Revelstoke to all points east and west.  Through tickets to Vancouver.  Winnipeg, St. Paul. Chicago, New  York, Montreal and Toronto.  First class .dining and sleeping cars  on all trains.  Through tourist cars to St, Paul"  daily, aud to Toronto every Monday,  Montreal and Boston on Thursday, and  Moutreal and Portland eyery Fridav.  Purchase tickets to your destination  and have baggage checked through.  For  full  information   as   to  rates, -  tinie, etc., apply to nearest agent, to  '  T. W. BRADSHAW,    .,',  Agent, Revelstoke!  Or to E. J. COYLE,  ^Disr-Passeuger.TAgeutrVancouverr  * The Canadian Pacific 8teamship Company's  Steamers Nakusp and Kootenay leave  \rrowhcad daily for all points in Kootenay,  makln< connection at Nakusp tor all points  on Nakusp and *-locan Railway, and Slocan  Lako. J j.  Close connection at Robson for Nelson,  Kaslo, Balfour, Pilot Bay. Trail, Rossland,  Northport and all points south.  For full information, tickets, maps, otc.  call on or address  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent Rovelstoko.   Or to  XV. U. CARSON.  Travelling Pasccngor Agent, Nelson.  E.J.COYLE, Dis. Passenger Agont, Vancouver  SI  TIME CAM  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time,  GOING WEST  DjULY  GOING EAST  8:00 a m Leave.  8:30 a ni  9:30 am        '   .  1:51 am      " '.  10.03 am      ���������    .  10:18 am      '    .  10:38am      " u  10:50 am Arrive  .. ..Kasln Arrive 3:50 p m  ..South Fork...            3:15pm  ...Sproule's    "      3:15 pm  ..Whitewater...   '���������      2.-00pm  ...Bear Lake ...   "      1:18 pm  . McGuigan    "      1.33 pm  Ccdy Junction    "      1:12 p m  ... Sandon Leave I ~~pm  ' CODY LINE  Leave 11:00 am  Arrlvo 11:20 a m  ...Sandon   ....Ccdy   Arrive 11:45 am  Leave 11:25 a m  ROB-CRT. IRVING   I GEO.F.COPELAND  G. F. and P. A.       i       Snpcrinten eat  ff.fAU&S.J  Spokane Falls and .Noptliepn  ���������Nelson and Ft. Sfoeppapd  Red -Mountain Kys.  TIte on'y all rail rout** without chingco  cars bet-wet n Spokane. Northport. Itoesland  and Nelson; a'so between Rossland and  Nelson.  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY  Leave. NORTHPORT "iihive.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m Ir.-Op.m.  For Kojsland��������� From Rowland���������  1:40 p.m 1:10 a.m.  For Nelson��������� From Nelson���������  1:10 p.m 12_JSp.m.  Close* connections at "'elson with steamer  for Kaslo and aU Kootenay Lake points.  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary  Creek connect tt Marcos with stage daily.  Rosebery  Towrjsito  Changed    -        * mil  Hands ..  Although not much advertising  has been done, Rosebery townsite,  at the head of Slocan Lake? has.  been steadily coming to the front  for the last three months.*  Wf]at Strong Points  Rosebery Holds en  V the  Slocan.JUbe  * " "   ���������        ,  Rosebery will have an' ore  sampling works in a few months  with a capacity of a 100 tons a "lay.'  Rosebery is in the"eentre%Fand  distributing point for Slocan City.  Sandon,*- Nakusp,'-New Deliver.  Silver ton, Enterprise, Three Forks.  Concentfr-'tor and Cody,' drily 12  mile's distant ' from-"the*mining  eentre.qf the Slocan (Sandon).  Rosebery is - destined to -be the  concentrating'point.' -    -""-  Rosebery is the-sampler point." :-  Rosebery is the shipyard oF the'  Slocan. ��������� >.-     , * *--. rK   '  Rosebery is the only safe harbor  on the lake. "*'..-.-  Buy Lots Now         ���������'.'."*  If  You Want  To   Mi!"8 Meqiy.  Send at once to - the general  agent for maps and price.list or  any further information.:- .-* ;  9-tf   '*  Ceqeral Agent.  Is'the Shortest and ".."���������%:  Quickest Line to.*.."'U"  WALLACE,   FARMlXGTtfS,.  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALB,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,  COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON;   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  -     SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW',-,  CRIPPLE CREEK, : '- -T "~  ASD   ALL "POINTS   EAST OR -SOUTH.  THE ONLY     -������������������'���������-"���������  LINE   \  . Via-Silt Lake,-'Denver*"  Omaha and Kansas City. 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FOR   Oatarrh,  Asthma,  Gold, in the Head  THE PUBLIC SCHOOL.  MR. KELLIE'S QUESTIONS-I -TRANSFERS.  Sick Headache  SKE   OWIl   VARIETY  Rk.mkdiks.  We  have  for CaUirrh  ��������� Agnew's,  '.  --*  Chase's,  t"- *  Kellogg's  Halls,  i  ���������--****  -~?    "     *~  -"���������i   .  _>  ���������    .  . .. "Wi, De, Meyers and  - s   Nasal Balm.  The Honor List for  the Month of January.  W. Beavo, F. Dent.  K.  Lang,' IS.  Fraser,   II.  Martha Benson,  IS. lliu:-  Uenson,   N.   Lee,   K  Class V.  ��������� Class IV  Clarke.  Hen. IU.  son, N. Smith.  Jim.  III.     J.  Paget.  Class'II,    A.  Benson,  M. Hyatt, II.  Barclay.  Sen.   II.   Primer.      Robert  Caillie.  Perry Mallery, Winnie Wood.  .1 tin. II.  Primer.    W.  Clark,  Annie  Hanson. .Taint's Stamper.  Class  I.  Primer.     Harold   Toombs,  Kathleen Fraser,  U Class.     Rlla  Wood, Charles Gordon. Maurice Anderson.  A Class.    A.   Anderson.   Kimna Anderson,    Henry Mallery. *  For Cold in the Head and Sick Heartache, sonic elegaut remedies uiade  bv ourselves, fresh and effective.  Whitk-Pine  and   Tar  for Coughs  cannot-be beat.  At.  PJa'nada Drug &  - ���������^t'   Book Co.,  Ltd  Cn.*.s. It. Mac-Donald, Manager.  Revelstoke   Station, B. C.  Lardeau Goldsmith   Mines, Ltd.  Ac-cording to tlie Rossland Miner a  company known as the L'tideaii-Gold-  sniit.li .Mini's, Ltd. is to be capitalizi'd  for $21)0.000 to lake river the Ophir  and Ori'gun mineral claims on Pnnl  creek. The ore is mostly gray copper  carrying gold, silver and lead. Of t wo  average assavs made at the Trail  smelter one went 2.S ua. gold. 1,008 oz.  silver and 18.0 per cent, i-opper. total  $000. The other gave 1.2S oz. gold.  340 oz. silver and 11.8 per rent, copper,  total $2:~~. The claims were visited  last fall bv .Mr. Griffith, late of the  Trail smelter. He states that the  largest lead nn the Oregon is to be  seen for 1000 feet, with a width of 50  feet, in solid slate and lime foundation,  well mineralized with seams of solid  mineral. In his opinion the property  in destined if properly managed to become a valuable mine.  LOCAL. AND  CENERAL   NEWS  .An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  .    . and" General  Items Round  and  "    -     About Revelstoke,  Men's glovts ;it Stevenson to Co's.  '-���������    Mr. J.  D.  Boyd  left  with the   Big  Bend mail.this morning.  Mr. T. E. L. Taylor intends to leave  ,: fior-the coast tomorrow.  _��������������� Fresh groceries cheap for cash at  Hutchison & Co's.   Free delivery.  ���������'  ~Mi-s."W. White  and  family left today for a visit to" Slocan City.  Men's rubber coats at Stevenson &  Co's. "  Mr.'Goepol, provincial auditor, has  been here eximiining the books- of the  government office this week.  "Girl's arid ladies"rubbers at Stevenson to O o's.  Mrs.. Corbett has presented  a handsome writing table, the   workmanship  of Mr. W. A. Nettle for use in the ves-  '-try of'St. Peter's church.  ���������    -."The Imperial Bank is issuing special  =>   receipts, which will be accounted for  afc any of the Hudson's Bay Co's posts  throughout the Yukon  and Northern  ' district.  Mem's gum boots at Stevenson &'  Co's., Union Hotel block.  t Apples!    We have a lot of  apples  which we are offering at from  $1.50 to  S2.25 in boxes of 50 lbs. each.    Order.  early as they are selling fast.    Hntchi-  , . son to Co. .-  .- - -   Last- Sunday in St.Peter's cliurcli  the banns of of marriage weie published-��������� between Mr. Thompson E. I,.  Taylor and Miss Nana-Chris-tie Cao, of  St. James, Vancouver.  ' The Kootenay Lumber Co.'s steamer  "Archer"' made her first trip through  the_ ice yesterday from Comaplix to  Thomson's landing. - The little steamer  . will make.her regular trips between  these points every day  in the future.  See our'ladies 2~e. wool hose at Stev  enson to Co's.  . Monday's No. 1 was run in  two section's", biit the second  half, which  was  loaded down with  Klondike***", did not  *. get in till   late-on   Tuesday   evening,  "."owing to snowslides at Roger's P.is-,.  A novel "entertainment,   instead nf  ; the "Bal Poudre" its announced a week  ''- :iy>o to be .given   in  aid   of   St. Peter's  ���������-church,-it has been decided  to  give a  '���������Weight.Party" which will be held in  Tapping's theatre on Shrove Tuesday,  :. Feb. ,22nd,   at  8  o'clock   sharp.   For  further particulars see adv.  A Tacoma  Klondike  company  telegraphed to a man  of wealth  in  the  eist as follows: " " We have  incorporated for S100.000; profit-- will he ~12."),-  000 monthly. ��������� How much stock do yon  .  want?       The     answer ') came     back  ��������� promptly :    " Will take it all; pay for  ine outpf first month's piofits and send  ���������^n^heck.-? .       .  '" Thti~cause of "the death of Dan. Morrison was due to the explosion of a  charge of-" giant -powd**r. He was  probably trying to pry nut a misshnt.  The top of his heart w.is blown completely off. -The body uas found List  Wednesday hy his partner, a Swede  named CedareUiff, who" went up to  lbr- claim to see how Morrison was getting on.. It is supposed that the accident happened at least a week beloie  thei discovery.! I.'i'he coroner has not  gone down owing to the difficulty of  getting in, but hat. notified the mining  lecprdec W. H. Vitken*. to take  th.n-ge of the body.   '.  The Black Eagle,  ('has. and Oscar Jacobson who had  a contract from Mr. J. 1). Graham to  de. some development work.on the  Black Eagle claim, which they located  about three miles-above Ferguson on  '.he south-fork, two years ago, came  in to Trout Lake City l.ist Thursday.  They report from'6 incli'*s to a foot of  solid ore in the tunnel, and the ore is  reported to be of extraordinary richness. There is every facility for mining on the claim. Timber is plentiful  and the wagon road is only about. 200  yards away.  A Whole List of Mare's Nests Discovered by the Genius of Our Member.  Mr. J.M. Kellie will ask tint Premier:  Why is tin; revenue collector! in the  Nakusp ollice credited to the Nelson  office, when Nakusp. for all other purposes, is under the jurisdiction ot the  Revelstoke Gold Commissioner. ?  Mr. Kellie will nsk thu Premier. 1.  What proposition (if uny) did you  make to the Dominion Government in  regard to co-opera!inn in protecting  the Columbia river bunk? 2. Have  you received any reply, and. if so,  what does tint Dominion Government  propose doing in tlu: matter?  Mr. Kellie will nsk the Premier : 1.  Were the petitioners who reeoniim-nr*-  ed the appointment of John D. Sibbald ns ("old Commissioner for the  Revelstoke Mining Division residents  of the district, or non-residents? 2.  What arc the names of tbe parties  favoring the appointment? 8. Why  were efficient mining recorders in the  district ignored, nnd a man who had  no practical experience in such work  pitched-forkedtinto the job over their  heads? 4. What salary was paid  John I). Sibbald as Gold Commissioner  for the month of January ? 5. What  salary did J. D. Graham receive per  month, prior to his resignation as  Gold Commissioner?  Mr. Kellie will ask the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works: 1..  Who authorized William White, Q.C.,"  to occupy ;i portion of the old Government building iu Revelstoke, when the  whole of the building was required for  police purposes? 2. Wh-it instructions  were issued (if any) authorizing him to  take possession, and to whom directed? 3. What was the date of any  carrespondence forwarded to any government official, authorizing Mr.  White to occupy the building as an  office? 4. Have any instructions  been given to any official to secure the  ejection of WillianrWhite. Q. C, from  occupy ing the building, and what  were the instructions given?  In the Revelstoke  Division During January and Up to Date.  Jan 14.���������Old Scotland anil Old Ireland, C. Abrahamson ami XV. Abrn-  hniuson to J. M. Kellie, 3-4, and J. D.  BoydT-1. J. M. Kellie to J, M. Tavlor  1-2; British Empire 1-2, J. M. Kellie to  J. M. Taylor.  Jan. 15.���������(irovnd Hog, *.W. B. Muck-  inmiii to London and 11. C. Alliance  Syndieatci; Sitter Johnnie 1-2, XV. Julian to John Bi-iicr*. $80.  Jim. 17.���������Oriel, 7-i. F, fi. Saund rs  to F. B. Wells, $200.  Jan 21.���������Rainbow, 1-2. Duke, Blink  Diamond. 1-2, Wild Horse, 1-10, J. K.  Bate to F. Vandall; Rainbow. 1-2. No.  1, 1-2, Wild Horse, 1-10, .1. K. Bat" to  S.J. Bale.     ���������  Jan. 21.���������Cariboo. 1-1. Old Reliable.  14. Eldorado, 1-4. Iron King, 1-4, Black  Diamond, 1-1, E. Bouche to J. B.  Montgomery; I). Campbell 1-0 in each  to J. I". Montgomery.  Jan. 28.���������Oriole, John Frisby i to F"  E. Saunders.  Jan. 27.���������Urinle and Oriel, 1-8, 1*. K.  Saunders to J. B. Wells.  Agent for the RllCi-etisrierfer  Typewriter . -  r. B. WChhS  . 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 lluliy l!r:inil Newcombi* Piano, reisiuveieiil  pane. In perfect eerier. Teieik ilr.t |n-i/.e: nt tlio  Chicago Kxpeisilinll. I'l-irl* *~'"-".el. Turin*. Mint  <_o_.li.   Apply Kills A- linirfim, Calgary.       1'ijntf  The Noble Three.  C. W. Jackson has disposed "of his  interest in the six claims discovered  by himself and A. Gore on Lnforn'ie  Creek last, summer, to Mr. T. Graham,  of lhe Waverly Mine Ltd. The discovery of these claims was what, led  lo the further prospecting of Grand  View and Mineral mountains on the  creek,levealing an immensely rich district quite close to our doors. The  surface showings on the claims are excellent, and what development has  been very satisfactory in results.  GonVs interest, was pnrchiised a short  time ago by Messrs.'W. M. Brown and  VV. B. Pool. Mr. Jackson left for  Klondyke by yesterday's  train.  DR.  R.  HATHISON  DENTIST  Will be nt his oflice over Canada Hook  et Drug Co.'s Store, Rovelstoko Station,  from Feb. 28th' to March 15th. '98.  NOVEL.   ENTERTAINMENT  Farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Melville.  On Monday night a large number of  friends and well wishers of Mr. aud  Mrs. Melville were present at the  Methodist church to tender them a  farewell prior to their departure for  Vancouver, where they will take up  evangelistic work. During the evening an excellent ni-ogrnininu was reurt-  e ed, and the chaii-tnati Rev. J. A.  Wood 111 his address made reference  to the high esteem in which the guests  of the evening were held for their  great interest in the work of Cbristtan-  -ity..and-foii.theiiL_-willingne.ss___to__ot~c*i-  at all times their besteffort-s and talent  to the work, in saying which he was  onlv expiessing the sentiment of the  large circle of frietils of Mi*, and Mrs.  Melville in "Kevelstoke.| JMr. Melville  in reply made reference to the pleasant  times he had spent in Revelstoke during the past", few months, .-mid regretted  his departure! froin among his many  friends here. He had decided to offer  the remainder of bis lift: to the cause  uf humanity, and his departure was  taken with" the. object of taking up  another branch of the work. Refreshments were .served during the evening,  during which the proceedings were  felt by all present to lie both interesting and highly edifying. The Hekald  begs to rtdil its gooel wishes to Mr. and  Mrs. Melville, who are leaving for the  coast to-morrow.  WEIGHT PARTY  To lie given In Taitinci'm Theatre, Shrove  Tuesday, Feb. 22 nl, nt 8 p.m. sharp, in aid  ot St Peter's Church, l'ric-e of Admission  according; to weight���������  ONE! CENT FOR EVERY FIVE FOUNDS  Prizes given for the following weights;���������  Lightest niKrrieel couple, heaviest lnnrrieel  couple, lightest single lady, heaviest single  lady, lightest single gentleman, heaviest single  gon'tlemiin.  None uniler eighteen admitted for competition.  Music, Tableaux, Waxworks, llucitations anel  DraniAtie' Sketches.  Refreshments sold during tbo eve-.ing.    *  '   Committee:  Mrs. Atkinson,-Mrs. Hcnrn, Miss  Martin, Mr. Hearn, Mr. Crage, Mr. I'hipps. r   ,  lGf_2t -   . "  CORRESPONDENCE  Timber Limit Monopolies.    .  To the Editor of tho Herald:  Revelstoke is forging ahead at such  a rate that even with our local saw  mill and the big milling plant at  Comaplix the demand can scarcely be  supplied. And now, Mr. DeCew has  installed a large plant at Arrowhead  for the purpose of supplying the various markets. The lumbering industry  in North Kootenay is an .important  one. but is beingretarded considerably  by the policy pursued; by tbe  government of grantimr, selling or  pi Helically giving awiy limits to  syndicates and speculators, thus debarring their immediate use. except at  au exhoi-hitant price, by bona, fielt-  mill men. Why a person can scarcely  get enough wooel to supply the town  with fuel without stealing it oil semi"  of these limits. To acquire 11 timber  limit now it would be necessary to go  about 100 miles up the Columbia, somewhere, north of Beaver. When these  speculators hold limits for speculation  they should l������e heavily taxed; as in  their being held it retards the progress  !~~~r~~-lh~iS~' to-\vrt~~-~_nd~~~Oliver���������points-rsnr--  rounding ns. Now that the error has  been made a provision should be enacted whereby " limit grabbeis" must  agree to make use of them within a  specified time. This "timber limit"  monoply i.s a plagued nuisance iuNorth  Koeitenay. and particularly to the  prospective lumber men, who would  put in saw mill plants in this district  if they conl 1 only set-tire the timbei*  limits at any reasonable price.  Hiwi  Koncs.  The Great Western Mines, Limited..  Notice is hire by Riven that the Annual  General Mettlrgof shareholders of the Bbo\e  aimed com any "will bo held at tbe company's  ��������� ���������fl" e.'Rev lstoke British Columbia, rn the  oi-chth d.\y of M iron, 189.', at 2 o'clo k in the  afternoon, for the pei'po-o nf eloc'imr o dice re  for the ensuing year, and for all o:h-r Rcnor 1  purposes relating to the management of the  con-.paDy.  A. K. KI^f-'IDE.  Secretary. -  Revelstoke, R-Itirh Colembia,  ".bruary i 5th 1898. lGftf  Notice  Notice Is hereby given Unit iipplli'iitlem will  Ue made tei the !'ii_*liuim>iit eif t'niiii'lii. nt Its  next session, for nn Act lo incorporate h company to be known in "The I.jnn Canal ami  ballon Hallway Company," with power to construct, equip, operate aiiel maintain 11 railway  of standard or any other gauge from a point at  or near tho hcael ot I.ynu Ciinal, northwnril  along Dal ton's Trail, or as near thereto ns practicable to a point at or near Fort Selkirk, in  the Northwest Territories, with power to connect with any railway in jVmcricnn territory,  nnel to construct, maintain and operate branch  lines nnd all necessary roadways, bridges  and ferries, and tei build, own und maintain  wharves and docks in connection therewith;  to carrv on in the Province of British Columbia nnil in the Northwest Territories tlie  business of carriers, forwarders and transportation agents and all other business incident thereto or connected therewith, and also  the business of wharfingers, shippers and vessel owners; and may Ior all or any of the said  purposes, purchase, holel, lease or otherwise  acquire timber, lanels, buildings, docks, works,  boats, vessels, vehicles, goods, wares or merchandise anei other property real anil personal,  movable anil immovable, and improve, extend, 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 purchase anel  vend general merchandise, clothing, provisions- stores, machinery and supplies, .anel  mav deal in mineral products, ores, mines and  precious metals, and generally may elo all such  other things ns are iucidentnl or conilucive to  the attainment of the above objects; to build,  aceinire and operate steam anil other vessels;  to take and use water for generating electricity  and to transfer and dispose ol the power therefrom for lighting, heating and motive purposes; with power also lo carry on the business  of a general trading company or an express  company.; also to own, manage nnd lease  hotels; "to acquire'timber limits and operate  saw mills for.the production and sale of  lumber, mid-to "mine and-develop*mineral  lands; and. to carrv on a general mining anil  ore smelting business including the erection  and operation of smelters and concentrators;  with power to expropriate lands for the purposes of the company, anel to acquire lanels,"  bonuses, privileges nnel other aids from any  government,- municipal corporation or other  persons or bodies, anil to levy anil collect toll*,  lrom all parties using and on all freight pass,  ing over anv of such roaels, railway, ferries,  wharves anef vessels, anel with power to make  traffic or other arrangements with railway,  steamboat or other companies, nnel for all  other necessary or luciilentiil rights, powers  and privileges in lhat behalf  N. K. I,.\FIjAMM1",  Solicitor for applicants.  Montreal, SOth December, 1897. Ufu9t  Skates  Skates!  Skates  P*\ AVING a few left, and not wishing to  I^V carry them over until next season, I will  dispose of them at very reasonable figures.  Skates at 75c, nick~)-platcd at $1.25, beat  skates at $2.50, best nickel-plated at $3..r*0. a  ew nickel-plated hockey at 3. Call and ~ee'  if I huve your size. ���������  SPECIAL NOTICE  Before selling your Raw Purs, call on nie and get my  quotations.   It will pay yon to do so."      '"  W. M. .LAWRENCE, E^^W"���������'*  The Bachelors' Ball  Of which our report was unavoidably held over on Saturday, was a  most enjoyable and successful affair.  The names of the committee* giving  the dance were: Messi-s. J. G. Allen.  W. A. Morris, A. K. Phipps. D. D.  Stearman, T. I-~. L. Taylor, C. J.  Aman. .1. Guy Hai-ber. I. T. Brewster,  Rev. F. A. Ford. A. P. Fraser. T.  Kirkpatrick, R. It. MacLean, W. G.  Paxton. H. Pratt. H. V. Scott, E. K.  Steel.'F.'B. Wells. Mr. P.ixton was  secretary and Messrs. Allen, Morris.  Phipps, Stearman and Taylor the ball  committee. The {refreshments were  excellent and reflected great credit on  Smith to Hyland as caterers. The music, piano, violin and clarionet,was furnished "ly.-Prof. KI Paso, Fled Ahlin  and Bert Northey. Tbe following  guests were; present: Mr. and Mrs.  Spragge, Mr. and .Mrs. Sibbald, Mr.  Pease, ilr. and Mrs. Hearn, Mrs.  Grogan. Mrs. Atkins, Mrs. J. Allen,  Mr. and Mrs. Temple. Mr. and Mrs. H.  A. Brown, Mrs. Corbett, Mr. and Mrs.  H. J. Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest,  Mr. and Mi-s. Lawsnn, Mr. and Mrs.  Lawrence, Mrs. L. .1. Edwards, Mr.  aud Mrs. Baker. Mis. G. Johnson. Mrs.  Nelles; Misses ('. Boult. M. Bnult, Forrest, Martin. Brown, J. Maclean. K.  McLean. Wilkinson, Smythe, Ixitlge,  Northey. Tnrnros, Corbett (2); .Messrs.  White, McTavish, liowniu, Spurting.  MacLean, Crage. Smythe (���������*). Cao,  Camnbell. Temple, Jackson, Skinner.  Coursier, Dier, Woodrow. Kerr. Cor-  lett, Wallace. Edwards and Thorn.*.  THE  CITY  SCAVENGER,  A. WRIGHT     -.  Ts prepared to do all kinds"of scavenging round town. All m tiers-left at  the Hl-RAI.I" Oflice and XV. B.  Pease to Co.'s store promptly  atten'deil   to.     Yards,   lanes   and  privies cleaned.  lGflm  REVELSTOKE  TIN   SHOP.  "et. "V"". "~to"cj~m:^.__c_ts, ���������~?"Eao-_?-Eai~---TO"--i_.  Stevenson   to   Co's.  style and pi ice.  .ire   leaders   in  A Good Situation for the Revelstoke Park  To the Kditor of the H Kit a l.u.  Please allow me space in your paper  to state what one of the things wanted  in Revelstoke is. The park on the  north bank of the lilccillewaol, near  the old place formerly .occupied hy F.  Fraser, in a beautiful grove of spreading spruce and birch trees could be-  easily made a beautiful place, cher-rfu"  and sheltered from the winds th it are  so common in the valley of the Columbia river and raise such a blinding  dust in the dry season. There is good  room for a race track and the ground  does not flood. With boating and fishing near by this spot seems like a place  designed by nature for a park.  As 1 understand it is government  land would it not be possible lo get  land granted to the town by th������i gov:  eminent, if it should be approved of  by the citizens for the park?  Sorely wounded but still in tbe ring.    Bon.  Ladies see our lot: corset, regular  price $1 a pair.  .Mr. J. Kirkpatrick came in yesterday  from the Lardrau. - This is Mr. Kirk-  p.ittick's first trip to Revelstoko since  last May, having been busy doing assessment work and developing his  properties in that famous mining district since that date. Mr. Kirkpatrick'*"  faith in t.he Lardeau is just as firm as  ever,   and  is  looking forward  to big  I strides  in    development    there   next  ! iiiuiuicr  TO   WHOM    IT   MAY   CONCERN  The owners of the Townsite of  Burton City. B. C hereby give notice  that they will not be responsible for  any liabilities incurred or contracts  entered into on their behalf by A. M.  -Bi-attie.-of���������Vancouver, -ll.-C.,-whi)-.li:is  now no interest whatever in the said  Townsite.  XV. R. HULL.  K. S. BURTON.  FRANK H. BOURNE,  Owners of the Burton  City Townsite.'  Dated 5th Feb.. 180S. '     12f4t.  Q  HEAT   CONSTERNATION  At Pease to Co.'s store���������  A fierce Itirtation  And slum-thing more.  A devilled turkey (canned)  With a gi-ntle rabbit (ditto)  A plot togei her planned.  The stole to quit, oh I  But ala������. aliu-k a day -  Their fond young love was foiled,  I3'*foie thev not awnv.  By ii iiuiiilen mnl ton (boiled).  Canned Goods  Roast Beef  Corned Beef  Corned Mutton  Devilled Ham  Rabbit  Boneless Turkey  Boneless Chicken  Sheep's Tongue  Stewed Kidneys  Lunch  Tongue  Cross to Blackwcll'-s Potted Meats  arid Soups, etc.. etc.,  lately got in.  W. B, PEASE & CO.  Notice  ���������"otice is herebv given that application will  be made to the Parliament of Camilla, at its  next session, to incorporate a company to be  known as the Uritish Columbia anil Northern  Railway Companv, to construct a railway to be  operated bv steam, electricity or other motive  power, fro in or on a point of the Canadian Pacific  Hailwuv Companv near the town of .Vslu-roft to  run- in" a noi-tlnvesterlv direction along the  vallevof the Fraser, by l-'ort Stuart Lake-, lei  the liead waters of the Stickine Itiver, inul  tlience. -northerlv, eleiw 11 the \alley of the  Lewis Kiver to I'ort Selkirk; with full power to  elivert the above road 11s mav be found mint  suitable on future exploration and survey of  engineer--, anil with power to construct,  acquire, operate and maintain branch lines  and all neces-ary brielges, culverts, roadway.-,  ferries, dorks, coal bunkers and water tanks iu  rniiiiei'ticm therewith to carry on in the Province of British Columbia and In the Northwest Territories the business of carriers,  forwarders and transportation agents nnei nil  other business incident thereto or connected  therewith, nnd. also the-business of-wharfingers, shippers anil vessel owners; anil limy  for all or any of the salel purpose*!, purchase,  holel, lease or otherwise acquire timber, lauds,  buildings, docks, works, boats, vessels, vehicles, geiods, wares or merchandise anil other  property real anel personal, movable and Immovable ; and improve, extend, manage,  develop, lease, mortgage, exchange, sell, dis*  liose of, or turn to account the same; anil may  establish shops or stores on the said hinds; and  "mav purclia-e aiidvenil-general-inei'i'handise,  clothing, provisions, stores, machinery anel  supplies, anil mav deal in mineral products,  ores, mines and precious metals, and generally  may do all .-uch other things as are incidental  or conducive to tho attainment of the above  objects; to build, acquire aud operate steam  anil other vessels; to take and use water for  generating electricity anil to transfer nntl dispose of the power therefrom for lighting, heating and motive-J'lirpo-es; with power also to  carrv on the business of a general trading company or an express e-euupany; al-o to own,  manage nnel lease hotels; tei aceinire timber  limits anel eiiierate saw mills for the proilue-tiein  anil sale of lumber, anil to mine nnel develop  mineral lanels; anil to carry on a general mining and ore smelting business, incltiilliig the  erection nii'l operation of .smelters anel concentrators.  McCOl-N  "   KNITIjAM),  jMloriicy-,  ISrltish I'liliiinblauiiil Northern'i:. II. Co.  Montreal, "nth December, 18!i7. 2f������9t  Notice.  Notice is hereby given that application.n ill  be made to the Parliament of canaela, at its  next session, to incorporate 11 company to lie.*  known as "The Stickine anel Teslin  Lake Railway Company" te) construct a  railway to be opcrateel by - steam,  eleclrle'itv or other motive power from  I'ort Wrangell following lhe Stickine River  north to Telegraph Creek; from tlience to I'ort  Selkirk by way of Teslin Lake, with power to  elivert the above roael ns may be funnel most  suitiible on future exploration ; nnel with  power to construct, aceinire, operate anel maintain branch lines, and all necessary brielges,  roadways, ferries, docks and coal bunkers in  I'einiiectiou therewith and railway stations  and water tanks; nlso to construct and operate  telegraph and telephone lines for the transmission of messages for the public; to build,  acquire anel operate steam anel other vessels;  to take anel use .water for generating electricity and tei transfer and elispose of the  power therefrom for lighting, heating anel motive purposes, with power also to curry 011 the  business of a general trading company or an  express company; also to own, manage anil  lease hotels; to acquire timlier limits anel  operate saw mills for the production unel sale  of lumber, nnel to mine and develop mineral  lands; nud to enrry 011 a general mining anel  ore smelting business, including tbe erection  and operation of smelters anel ceiucciiti-atui-s.  XV. V. RITCIIII",  Attorney for applicants.  Montreal, SOth December, 1*>*'7.  If you want employment, nr  looking for a house to rent  when yon roach Vancouver  apply to lhe  Vancouver Employment and  House Renting Agency.  331 Hastings St., West.  Harry Edwards,  Taxidermist  Third   Street,  just   east  School House.  of   the  Notice  Notico is Imrcby (jiven thnt apitliotilion will  lie made to thu I'arliaincnt of Cniuuln, nt its  next session, to incorporate ji conn-uny to be  known ns the "Yukon nmr-I'aeiiU- It nil win*  Conijuiny," to c������u~-triic-t b railway to be operated bv steam, electricity or other motive  power from SkiiKwny'nr Pyea to Lake Jlrnnett,  a nil from thence bv'wnter ami other means to  I'ort Selkirk unci further to Dawson City, ami  from Fort Selkirk to n point at or uirtlu: <������reut  Slave Lake, with power to divert the aboye  road ns mny he found most suitable on future  exploration; nnd with power to construct, m-  <imro, operate and maintain branch lines, and  all necessarv bridges, roadways, ferries, dock**  and cowl bunkers in connection therewith;  also to construct and opernte telegraph nnd  telephone lines for the transmission of messages for the public; to build, acquire, leaj,e  aml operate steam nnd other vessels to tnke  nnd use water for generating electricity, nnd  to transfer nnd dispose of thu power therefrom  for lighting, heating and motive purposes;  with power also to enrry on the business of u  general trading company or nn express company; also to own, manage aud lease hotels;  to acquire timber limits nnd operate s-nw mills  for the production and sale of lumber, and to  own and mine and develop mineral lands; nnd  to carry on a general mining and ore smelting  business, including the ereetion and operation  of smelter.** and concentrators.  is_-���������=-_^^OKOFKniON;-DORION--fc^ALl_*.\N,_jti  Montreal, ;utth December, 181)7. "   -ifwM  NOTICE.  Notice  Notice Is herebv given that application will  bo mnelu te> the Parliament of Canada, at its  next session, to Incorporate a companv to lie  known as "The. Northern .t Yukon Railway  Company," to be opcrateel by steam,' electricity  or other motive power, from Kelmonion Ilia  northwesterly direction by the Peace River  'lown through Teslin Lake, and to build spurs  to the -head waters of the Mackenzie River,  with power to elivert the"above road as may he  founel most'suitable on further, exploration  nnel survey, and with power to construct, operate and maintain branch lines and all nocfts*  seiry brielge������s, roaelways, ferries, docks and coal  bunkers iu connection'*';therewith, railway  stations,'water ��������� tanks, etc.; ��������� also to construct  anel operate telegraph anel telephone.:lines for  the transmission of messages for the public; to  carry on in the Province of British Columbia  anel in the Northwest Territories the business  of carriers, forwarelers anil transportlon agents  nnel all other business incident thereto or con-  nee-tpel -therewith,- anel also the business of  wliJirllxigerH, shippers and vessel owners; -and  may for all or any of the sniej purposes,' purchase, hold, lease or otherwise acquire timber,  lanels, biiiiellngs, .eiocks,works, boats; vessels,  vehicles gooels, ware or merchandise and other  property, real and personal, movable and immovable!, ariel Improve, extend, manage, de:  i'-Iop. I'-H.r, mortgage, exchange, sell, dispose  eif, or turn te������ account the same; anei. may  e-stabllsh shops or stores on the said lands; and  mny purchase nnel venel general merchandise,  clothing, provisions, stores, machinery ami  supplies, anel may eleal in mineral products,  eir.-s, mines anel precious metals, and generally  mny elei nil such other .things as are iiteidentai  or conelitc.ive to the attainment of tbe above  objects; to build, acquire and <>|icrate steam  anel either vessels; to take and use water for  generating -electricity and to transfer and dispose of the power therefrom for lighting, heating anel motive: purposes, with power also to  carry on the business of a general trading  company or an express company; also to own,  manage nnd lease hotels; to ae-qulrc timber  limits and operate saw mills for the production  anel sale of lumber, ami to mine and develop  mineral laiids; and,to carry on & general mining aue! ore smelting .business, including the  erection anil operation of .smelters and concentrators. - .:'���������' ���������":-������������������.  ,-y        KDMUNn GUERIN," -  Attorney for the Northern anil Yukon Ry. Co.  Montreal, With'December. 1897. _!fw~t  Notice is herebv given thnt application  will be made to tlie Legislative Assembly of  tin* province of British Columbia, at its next  si'.-slourfor bu net to incorporate a company  with power to construct, eeiiilp, operate by any  kinel or kinds of motive power, and maintain  either ustniielnrel or narrow gauge railway for  tbe purpose of conveying passengers nnd  freight, including all kinds or merchandise,  from a point at or near Ilaiselton on the Skeena  river, I'lissjiu- district, Uritish Columbia, by  the most direct and feasible route to a point on  the Omineca river, Cassiar district, Uritish  f'oliimbtn, nnd from there to a point on the  Peace river, with jMiwer tei construct, equip,  operate ami maintain branch Hues anel all  nee-essary roads, brielges, ways, ferries,  wharves, eleicks und conl bunkers; nnel with  . power to huilel, own. ciiuip, opernte anel main-  I tain steam nml other vessels and boats; and  with power to build equip, npertiile and maintain telegraph unil telephone lines in connection with snid railway and branches, anil to  carrv on a general express business, anil to  huilel and operate all kinds of plant far the  purpose of supplying light, heat, electricity, nr  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; nnd  to make trallie or other arrangements with  railway, steamboat, or other companies; and  with power to build waggon roads to lie used  in the construction of such railway and in ael*  vaucc of the same, and to levy and collect 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; and with all  other usual, necessary, or incidental rights,  powers, or privileges as -may be necessary or  incidental or conducive to the attainment of  the above objects or anv nf them.  Dated at the citv of Victoria the 6th day of  January, A. D. 1898.  BODWELIj it DUFF,  lSjnGt Solicitors for the j*ipplleants.  Deer Heads, Birds anil j\iiimals, etc., pre.sorveel  and mounted. Mall Orders promptly  nltcmlcMl to. hllm  J. Harris .& Co.,  Calgary, Alta.  WIIOUeS-ALK^nEALlCUS IN  OATS,   HAY  and Chopped Feed.  Carloads shipped on short notice.  Corresponelcnce solicited. 12jaif  A Shave  A Haircut,  A Bath  Smoking Tobacco  Chewing Tobacco  Choicest Cigars  -^r-=���������i-Big- Assortment.;  Confectionery, Fruits, Etc.   *  -A.-   ISeitOI^CB-^lsr  Tonsorial Artist,  Fiiont S-rnEKT, Kevelstoke.'  ^ave Your Eyes  j\mnn will test them for you.  j\ll sights suited by new process.  Classes for every degree of shortsightedness at moderate prices.  Look in and try them. A largo  assortment of smokeel and colored glasses. .  Chas. J. Aman.  OrrosiTc the Station*.  BALL PROGRMMES^^e'^K  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  ' NOTICE.  CorrER Fraction Mineral Claim,  Situate In the Illecillewaet Mining Division of  West Koeitenav District. Where located:  Being a northe'rly extension upon the Silver Bow mineral claim, near Copper Peak.  Take notice that I, Walter Scott, acting as  agent for the Fish .Hlvcr Copper and Silver  Mining Co., Ltd.. Free Miner's Certificate No.  91,19-1, Intend, sixty da\s from tiie date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of the abeie claim.  Anel further take notice that action, under ,  section 37, must be commenced before the |  issuance of such certificate of improvements.    '  Dated this 14th day of Januarv, 189S.     _>2j9tw ',  JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD1  JASlcMILLAMGO.  iINCOnpOIIATCO.  EXPORTERS AND IHPORTEflS.  200-212. FIRST AVE. NORTH.  N������lir>~N~~:iB.~~~OUI*S>    MIMN.  Branch: ss wharfs.., VICTORIA, B. C.  '    J. A. BROWME, mamaocb.  ^-Shipments Solicited. 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