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 ���������IK.-f-.V-iw.-i -a-VAx- *���������������"-���������������)������������������_,_>*e*_.--faff������,,f-t  ���������p-'OT K.1SB*  j in  <*>  <*">  -ISSTTIEX)   TWIOE-A-WEEK- -WETOsTESIDAYS    -A-HSTI}   S.A.TTT:EL:D.A."y������  Vol. II.    No.  4.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 189S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  ggggrSe8e&������2e������@ff<2SS������*������-2<-Je^  Hudson's Bay  Company  IISCORPOUATKU 1070]  The  Most   Up-to-Pate   Outfitters ^"  in Western Canada.  Intending rr03pcctors shoulel write us  for ouc of our new "-"olilers, which k  contains an excellent Map anil an ft.  c-timftto of the probable eo������t ot a S-  complete outtil for the Gold Fields. ^  !  I  Calgary. P  Calgary, Feb. 1, 1SCS.    ' ft  ft"  Hudson's Bay Stores,     a  ~~-?S?53g3������J:???233^SS@S:??y--  Hai^ & Crage  Sole Agents for  tvelstoke  Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  A  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister. Solicitor, &c. ���������  Notary Public.  Office upstairs in Smith's block. P.ieiflc Ave.  ,    Revelstoke Station. B. ."C.  WM. WHITE,  Q.C.,  Bj'muster,'soLicrniH, Notary rciu-ic, Etc.,  Revelstoke,- B.C.  Our business during theX;uas  rush equalled if not surpassed  our fullest expectations, and we  wish to thank the numerous  friends and customers, who  helped to make things lively.  Busi.iess must be kept up  although the holidays are over."  nnil with this object in view-,we  call attention io the .following  announcement:  OurDry Goods Department  *-   - . has been thoroughly  overhauled since ,tbe rush subsided. All our stock is in splendid shape and new lines have  THE .RESULT    IS    STILL  DOUBTFUL  A GREAT  CONSERVATIVE CAIN  Ontario Candidates and Majorities  The Following is a List of the Candidates   Nominated   for the Election   and   the   MembeVs   Elected-  The Majorities in 1894.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank-Oi* cvi.peb' t-fl ���������,,���������*,-'1 o hof.;vadded.'-.- "A'-i* ��������� "VIS  ,??^U=.-^rT^-^rT-r-UU.h\.^-.',. Jj 'J   JUiU^^I'fT^J^S^C^.   -���������  'JAMES MURPHY, B.A.,  * Barrister,' Solicitor, Etc.  O.lice:   CLwan  Blncl*.  l~,cvcistok'\   B.C. _  "     ' p. O. Box MS. -     16ftf  DR. MALLOCH,  Physician and Surgeon.  Ollice in Ilr. McLean*.*, oflice.  McKEXZIK AVE.,       .-      .. UKVETSTOKE.  "-*  GAMBLE &  O'REILLY,  Cl VI t-K*~aiNKK1.8,-JPl-OVIXCIA L-IjA nt~_  -. SOitVKYOHS,  Accountants "anil General Agehti,  Nelson nnei Itosslanel, Went ICeiotenay,  Uritish Columbia.     -  F. C. ClAMW.r, J. 1'., M. Inst. (\ "., M. Tan. Poc.  ��������� C E., T. Ij. S. feir II. C, (lute  Resident  hn-  gineer   Department   of  l'uMie   \Vorks_   ill  Canaela in li. ('.,) Si'l-eon  11 O.     ���������  ASTIS.I. O'-'kii.i.v.-Woc.M. Inst. C. 1-...P..I.."*.  Frastis   .  for U. C, Hossliiwi, 13. C.  ���������~-|ytf  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. ^658.  TlYBiil ir me*etlnRa aro lio'tl In th-*  Odd:.'llo\\-,' Hall on the se*eo-id aril  - fourth W. elno-iltty.i of etch month nt  im 7:3~ |)in. VisittnK brethren oidm!]-?  *=" inviio-).  Pit. T. J EFT".' W. M- T. J. Oraiiamb. Itcc.-Sec.  W. Ci. HntNKY, l'lu.-Sec.        It. H. Wll-sus. Trens.  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers.  . Agent* for tho Queen Fire Insurance Co., of  America.  Represented by XV. Morris, Kevelsloke.       Gntf  to draw ppocial attention  to ou:  bargains in  Imported Flannels and Flannellettes  -   Pieces of Dress Goods  A Stock of Hosiery, just imported  ��������� A Well Assorted Stock of Silks  Gents' Furnishing- Department  ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Draying nnel Dolii.o'-y Work a specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams always ready at a moment's notice.  Agent tor tho Stand ird Oil Company.  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. Jt Co..  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  in Be6f, Pork, Etc.-'    :  KAMLOOP8   and   REVELSTOKE.  All orders In our lino promptly filled.  THE  CITY  SCAVENGER,  A. WRIGHT  ;i  Is prepared to do all kinds of seaveng-  ing round town. All orders left :it  tho Herald Onic-o and XV. il.  Pease to Co.'s store promptly  attended  to.     Y.trdh,. limes   and  i)i-lvles cleaned.  ICflm  A well assorted stock of Men's  Clothing made by the best clothing houses iu-C nada" is now  open to intpuction by the public.  Our Suits are in all styles and  for fit and cut Icok just as well  as custom-made clothes at a  third of the cost. ...  The Grocery and Provision  Department t,  is always kept stocked  with a full supply in every line  of the best and freshest goods.  We are agents for Kam Lai's Tea,  the, very best in the market.  Our prices are made to suit the  limes. We always keep in our  warehouses a good stock of hay,  oats and vegetables.  The Returns as Far as- They Came in  Last Night, But Soma Seats May  Be Changed.���������Three Cabinet Ministers Defeated.���������Mr. Hardy With  A Majority of About Two.���������The  Independents All Get Left But One.  The. HkHjVI.d gives this morning the  result of the Ontario elections as far ns  the. returns went last night, but many  of tin: seats intiy lie* changed when the  final fount is made up. The result of  the. election is apparently 11 Liberal  victory by a very,, small majority, so  small in fact n? to lie almost unworkable. Among the latest despatches  was an estimate'from Toronto .as follows: Telegram-Intl. ' Conservatives  -15. Liberals 47, Patron 1; Mail-Enipire  Conservat ives 47, Liberals 45, Patrons  1 ; .Globe- Lil)eralsc47, " Conservatives  ���������U -, Patrons 2. Toronto went solidly  Goi.seryative and the .Methodist minister. Dr. Ewart, who ran in the  Liberal interest was-"defeated. Only  three members of the former  Liberal -cabinet have .regained their  seats. East Huron.gave llyslop. Liberal, a majority of 270 with IS places  to hear from. The election of Coiimee  in West Algoma is very doubtful. In  South Perth there . are still. several  places 'to he.-u*_ fiom..^ WestV;Yprk.Js.  still in doubt.'. The election at Russell  will hot occur, for a week, as a snow-  stot 111 prevented the returning officer  from getting there in time for noinin^  ation day. Tlie election of H. Rohil-  li-.nl. the sitting Conservative member  is regarded as a certainty. Two members were elected by acclamation, both  Liberals, It. E. Trims in   South  Bruce  and A. Evmturel, the speaker of tlie  *\  house, in Prescolt.  J-llUP-^rQsulL=Qf__JjH^  C. B. Hume & Co.  Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke. and  Trout Lake City, B. C.  gratifying and shews tin immense re'  vivai of Conservative sentiment iii  Ontario. It will no doubt, have a very  marked ell'ect on the' councils of the  Liberal cabinet, when they return-to  Ottawa, and Messrs. Mann to McKenzie may expect to be called upon to  concede great modifications of the  Yukon contract before the ministers  venture once more to present it to the  house. As for Mr. Hardy, it" is difli  cult, to say what he will elo, but it  seems very unlikely that he" will cure  to attempt to carry on the government wilh 11 majority of only two or  perhaps one In-hind him. The moil  feasible expedient out of his difficulties  would seem to bu a coalition government,  March hits come in like a. lamb.      "���������  Mr. Gamble is expected buck to-morrow,  11 Provincial Constable McRae sped the  lust pentiug guest yesterday.  The I. O. G. T. admitted about a dozen new members to the lodge last night.  A handsome la nip" post with three  electric lights has been erected on the  platform of the stairs up to the Hotel  Revelstoke.  The C. P. R. steamer Columbia opened up the Arm in good shape last  week and the Archer is now making  regular trips.  Gold. Commissioner Sibbald returned from Trout Lake on Monday afternoon. He called for tenders for the  work, which is to be started at once,  opening out the wagon road and  cutting down the bush on each side.  The tenders are to be in on Monday.  The residents of Trout Lake City were  delighted at the news, which he  brought them, that this work was to  be Ix-gun at once and. gave him a dinner iu Black's hotel.  niDixc.  CONSERVATIVE  I~~DE--E.~~D~.--~T  Addinglon  .T. Reid,  Algoma, .E  Dr. Fell.  Algoma, \V  C. Chad wick.  Brant, N  J. H. Fisher,  Brant, S  "G. Elliott, .  Brockville  J. Colbert.  Bruce, N.'  D. M. Jermyn,  Bruce, S....'   Bruce,  C.".:'   Cardwell  A. E. LUtle,  Carleton.i  G. N. Kidd, (Intl. Con.)  I* ulTerin  Dr. John Barr,  Dundas  .T.P.Whitney,  Durham. E..-. "  XV. A. Fallis,  D. McNaughton,  J. y. Macdonald,  W. Dynes,  Durham,, W..  Elgin, E   Elgin. XV   Essex, N   Essex, S   Frontenac   Glengary   Grenville   Grey, O   Grew S.".   Grey.-N .'..-....  Hitlilim.aiid....  Halton  W. II. Reid,  C: A.  Brower,  F. G. McDinrinid,  G. A. Wintcrinute,  W. P. Kilbickey.  J. S. Gallagher,  D. R. McDonald,  K. L. Joynt,  J. B. Lucas,  Dr. D. Jamieson,  G. M. Bovd,  F. R. Laloi',  Lieut.-Col. Kerns,  ,T. Haycock, ,  D. M. McPherson,  John B. Davis, .  ._,  D. Mi-Nichol,  Hamilton, E    11. Cars'i-allen,  Hamilton. XV   Hastings, XV   Hastings, E .'..  ..  Hastings, N   Huron, E   Huron. S   Huron, W   Kent, E .-.'.   Kent, Wi   Kingston-,   - Lai-nhton,' E   Lamhton.' W   Lanark, N   Lanark, S   Leeds...-.-.   Lennox....'."..   Linen] 11'   London   Middle-Sox,' E   Middlesex. N   Middlesex; W....  Monc-k .'   Mnskoka   NipissihgF   Norfolk. S.: ".  Mayor Coli'iilioiin  M. B.-Morrison.  J. Stokes,  W. J. Allen.  llrMooney,  H. Either,  J." Beck,'"  A. M. Mason,  Dr. XV. M. Hall,  E. H. Sinvthe,  Dr. J. A. Mackay,  Dr. R. F. Preston,  Lieut.-Col. Mt'.Lheson,  Wallev Beatty,  Dr. Meachiimj.  Dr. Je'ssiip.   *  Adam Beck,  T. D. Hodgins," -  C. C. Hodgins*.  G. B. Campbell,  T. Galbrnith,    ���������  G. E. Liingfovd,- '  C. L'ltnarche,  J. L. Buck,  O. Robertson.  P. D. McC-illuni,  A. T. Giu-d.  C. II. Gould (Labour).  ���������  Norfolk, N.  ,'Noitlminb"et-l.-mil. E    Dr.AV. A.^VilloiiRhl-y.V..".- .-. -:,v  ',  Northumberland." W.".-".7   JoIin'T.'MulhoIIand, -"' '  Ontario, N.  Ontario, S   Ottawa   Oxford, N   - Oxford. S..''.   Parrv Sound...'   Peel'.   Perth, N   Perth, S...."   Peterborough, ID ..".  Peterborough, XV ..  * Prescott   - Prince Edward   Renfrew, S-..  V\V. H. Hovle,  CJ. Caliler,"  C. B Powell.  Bernard Sltittery,  A. Montague,  E. W.' Chambers,  XV. R. Beattv,  F. XV. Boynon,  T. Magood.  N. Montieth,  Dr. Ford, -  J. XV. Garvin,  W. 11. Deinpsey,  S. .1. Deinpsey,"  Renfrew. N.'    A. T. White,  Russell '.    H. Robilliard,  Simcoe. W....V    J. S. Dull',  "Siiiii'ot'H'- ���������." - -"���������" *"��������� ��������� ��������� ."���������"��������� ^-A-.-Miscaiiipb'ell,-  L. Kanfinaii,  Dr. Fowle,  Jos. Edgar,   .  G. Frame,  J. Cavnn,  John Boufield,  A. Currie,  aii.icoe, 0....-.....".....   A*. B.cThoiiipson,      '       Amos ri..lU  btorniont.....:    J. McLtiuglilm, j  Bennett.  Toronto, E    R. A. Pvne,  Toronto, W .. .".v... v 7.   T. Crawford,  Toronto, S , J. J. Foy,  Toronto. N _ G. F. Marter.  Victoria, E ,    J. II. Carnegie,  Victoria, W .*S."J. Fox.  Waterloo, S.:    XV. A. Kribs,  Waterloo, N    Br. H." G. Lackner,  Well.ind "    J. Harrison Pew,   .  Wellington, E    Dr. Cotighlin, Jos. Park,  Wellinglon, S    II. Hortop,  Wellingtoii, W  G.Tucker,  Wentworth, N    T..A. Wtirdell,  Wentworth, S.'. P San ford Evans,  York. 10 '    XV. J. Mnyes,  York. XV....:....'    J. W. St. John,  York. N    Lieut.-Col. Wivvling.  LIHERAI.,  F. W.-irlninn,  C. F. Farwell,  J. Connie,  L������. Burt,  A. S. Hardy,  G. P. Graham,  O. M. Bowman,  It. E. Trtiax (accl.l,  A. Malt-oltn,  Wm. Wright,  G. Buckham,  W. B. Lawson,  S. Grandv,  Dr. iMitchell,  D. Mclntvre,  I"). McNisii,  W. .1. McKee,  J. A. Auld,  D. C. .McRae,  A. Buchanan,  J. Boland,  .1. D, Morgan,  J. Cleland,  .1. W. Holmes,  J. R. Barber,  J. T. Micldletbn,  J. M. Gibson,  H. Bleecker,.  . S. Russell,      "  B. C. tott,  .  A. Hyslon,  M. Y. McLean,  J. T. Gatiow,    -  It. Ferguson,  * T. L. Purdci,  W. Harty,     - - .  - H. J. Pet'tvpiece,  F. F. Pardee,  '  W. C." Caldwell,  J.'M. Clarke.   ���������  W. J. .Webster,  B. Aylcsworth,    .  James Doran,  Lieut.-Col. F.'B. Leys,  Dr. McWiIliams,  W. H. Taylor,  G. XV. Ross,  It. Htn-cotirt,  Dr. Bridgeland,  J. Loughrin,  XV.. A.'Charlton,  E. C. Carpenter,  .,  J. H...Douglas,  -"������. Clarke,  ..   ���������  ���������'���������'. ~ "*  T. XV. Chappie,  J. Di-yden, "  .  A. rjiimsdon,  G. O'Keefe,  A. P.itullo,  Dr. McKay,'    " -  ,T. Smith,  J. Brown,  W. C. Moscrip,  T. Blezard,  J. II. Stratton.  A. Evantural (accl.),  _NT. Sprague,  R. A. Campbell,  H. Barr,  O. A. Rocque,  AV._M. Harvey.  . ���������.  D. Davidson, *  A. Mulher.  Chas. Caldwell,    .  Dr. J. Spence.  W. B. Rogers,  Rev. Dr Ewai t,  J. Austin,  Dr. McKav,  J. P. Phin,  Dr. L. B. Clemens,  XV. M. German,  J. Craig,  .1. Mutrie,  It. Scott.  A. F. Pirie.  .1. Dickenson.  -.1, Richardson,  . W.J. Hill,  E. J. Davis.  CONSEKV TiS  Reid,  ELECTED  LIB ERA L  Little,  Kidd,  Bnrr,  Whitnev,  Fallis,   "  Brower,"  McDiarmid,  Gallagher,,  McDonald,  Joynt,  Lucas.  Jamieson,  Boyd,  Carscallen,  Colcjiihouu,  Morrison,  Farwell,  Coiunee,  Burt,  Hardy,  Graham.  Bowman,  Truax,  Malcolm,  Matheson,"  Beatty,  Lamai'cht'.  Hoyle.  CJ.ilcler,  Powell,  Beatty,  Monteith,  Deinpsey,  McKee,  Auld,  Holmes,''  Barber,  Russell,  Garrow,  . Ferguson,  Pattlo. . *  ���������   Harty,  -'  Petty piece,  Pardee,  Caldwell,  Aylesworth,  Levs,  McWilliains,"  ���������   Taylor,  Ross,  Harcourt,  Charlton,  Carpenter,  Douglas.,_ *  Clarke,   ;" .  Luiusden,.  Smith,  Brown,  Blezard,  Stratton,  Evantural,  Campbell,  LIB.  151  White,  Elect'udelaved  one week.  Duff.  M iscampbell,   Thoinpsoti.  McLaughlin,  Pvne,  Crawford.  'Foy,  Marter.  Carnegie,  Fox,  Kribs,  Wardell,  German, ^J  Craig.  Mutrie.  Tucker, Pat,  Dickenson,  Richardson..  Hill.  Davis.  -170  NOTE AND COMMENT  There is a French expression esprit  d'escalier. which seems to hit off the  class of geniut now Uncling vent on the  incorporation question in the columns  of our esteemed, lt defines the kind  of wit. whose repartees occur lo it  after the discussion is all over. These  critics arc naturally finding a medium  for tl.eir belated ideas on the subject  in the Mail, which, while the discussion was still alive, never ventured  to say anything on it either one way  or the other. It did not want to support incorporation because the Herald was in favor of it. and it was  afraid to oppose it, lest it should, as  the event proved it would, be found  fighting against the majority. The.  policy of the Mail being simply to  echo the prevalent sentiment of tlie  moment, it was entirely at a loss to  know.what to think on incorporation  as the real sentiment of the people did  not appear until the petition was  signed. So now Observer and Fred.  Fraser find a free scope to color the  blank sheet of its mind with their own  peculiar opinions.  The point on which they keep harping is that incorporation will throw  the burden of protecting the river  bank upon our own people. But they  are merely staling  sumnisos and sus.  picions. Neither of them has so far  cited 11 single instance in which the  Federal or Provincial government has  thrown t he burden of such an undertaking as this on the shoulders of a  municipality. All over the Dominion  the Public Works Department is  spending year after year immense  sums of money. It, is the great, spending department of the government.  Is it a'fact this money is all or even  mainly spent in such portions of the  country as ire outside of municipalities? It i.s true this is peculiar work,  of a kind that does not generally require the attention of the depnitment.  But it is even at this present, t ime engaged on surveys for gigantic works  on the Fraser river ."which will cbielly  if not entirely benefit the municipalities on the lower reaches of the Fraser  river. There is not a shadow of  ground for the contention either by  Mr. Tarte, Observer or anybody else  that, if the department has any responsibility in the. matter, the fact of  Revelstoke being incorporated or un*  iucoi porated should make the slightest difference in the mattei.  llio bit of patronage  that has hither 1 now over 100 feet.   Mr. Kirko the sup-'  1 come their way, he is afraid lest the  erintendent says tint that there in a '  li  to  future town council should dirty themselves" in the same way. Mr. Fraser  can lest content to subside into the  obscurity, for which providence so  evidently intended him. Then* is not  the least chance that-any body of bis  stripe of small, selfseeking, tinpot  ideas, will be elected to sit in the council of the new municipality. This town  is going to be run on a business basis  and the ratepayers have voted for incorporation on lhat understanding.  The old era of things, when it was run  in the interests of a few official*, and  interested politicians, is over.  Then we have Mr. Fred. Fraser  posing as the self-elected adviser of the  ratepayers in this matter. Of course  the only view he can take of the matter is the very smallest and meanest  discoverable. Knowing very well how  he and. bis-little clique manipulate.any 1 age for the entite distance of the drifts  SILVER CUP GROUP.  The Sunshine to be Worked Again���������  Favorable Reports from the Silver  Cup and Free Coinage.  Fifteen men will be set to work in  the Sunshine in the course of a few-  days. This property is one of .the  claims in the Silver Cup group. _It is  the,inleiition of the Company to push  the Sunshine tunnel under the present  Cup workings and thus aid in developing that property. At the face of the  drift on either side of the winze there  is 3 feet of high grade- ore shown and  it has ste.'ulily  maintained that aver-  says  very big thing in the Cup and that  next fall will  see twice  the nii'tnber"..  of men  employed  than" there' is  at"  present.   Some -13 men obtain employ-"  ment  in   and   about the," mine.   The'  mineis now ahead" of the ' rawhiders'  about 150 tons of ore;   and  it  is" ex-'  pected that next month over 150 tons "  will   be   taken   out,     Another  large"'.  shipment will be made iri a few' days. * -  There is some 200 tons  now' at  the " :  Landing.  Alex. Munro is down from the Free "*  Coinage this week.   He says that pro- "  perty is,looking better than ever.   At".,  present they are following a streaft' of  iron ore.18 inches in width and expect '  to break into the chute at any  time '.  now.   The iron ore is the same as that"  contained in the Cup and which assay- "  ed so well  in  gold, "arid".~dthough ' no"'  assays have been taken as yet, there is '  no doubt in Mr. Mur.ro's mind but that '  it will have a considerable gold valued'  It is now thought from the"f-lct that '-  no second vein was encountered in the  crosscut that the two Cup leads  run '  together and form the single, big'lead  of 20 feet shown up in the' Free "(Join- "  agefe'rosscut ti'innt'l."���������TrotitLakeTopic. '  The Presbytery of Revelstoke niet in  the Presbyteriait chmx-li this 'KK>rilita.������r  at 10 o'clock.  -a Revelstoke   Herald
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paper before it can appear in Thk IIeuai.d.
WEDNESDAY",    MARCH   2,      1S��S.
j\ii rxcliiinge ��nys thnt n grave
scandal ib brewing in nri'-tocnitic
circles nt Washington, arising out
of President JMclviiiley'sl'iuiiilini'iry
witli Ilnunti.
Tho old nnd the new arc _~ouit'-
times found side by side in striking
contrnsts among thft Hriti.-h Columbian Indiiins. Tims the other
day an Indian medicine man, who
hailed from the Northern const,
narrowly escaped conviction tit
Victoria for manslaughter lor
practisingiuauitntion-- on n dying
fellow-Jiu'liun. On the other ham I,
the Indian women on the reserve
at Ka in loops tire reported to be
taking to���bloomers.
apropos of the
"Why should not the Admiralty
stick to plain Anglo-Saxon when it
christens our warships:-*'���Free Press.
When our friend ol' tho Fiee
Tress echoes thi? question propounded by the Canadian Gazette
it agravates onr grief that there
should be found here or elsewhere
two assumed instructors of the
public, so ignorant of Briti-sh
naval history as not to know that
such foreign names as nre. found
* in the navy list are invariably
mementoes of foreign ships won,
and absorbed into our own navy.
If France, Germany or Russia hns
not followed our custom, it is perhaps that their naval records
furnished theni no like occasion.
Mr. Mulock's offer fco pay $130,
000 to tbe creditors of the Farmers
Loan Co., ^although he wns not
legally liable to do so, will single
him out as a Canadian who is entitled to general respect. Those
who know Mr. Mulock, are, ho^y-
ever in no way surprised at his
The anomaly in the qualification
of members of Parliament aud city
alderruen is clearly demonstrated
by the proceedings which have
been commenced againstAldermnn
Beausoleil for the purpose pt depriving him of his seat iu the
Montreal city council ou the
_ground_ol:___lac-k__of_Jthc___- proper
qualification. Alderman Beausoleil is good enough to represent
Berthier in the Federal Piu-liniucnt
but there is a dcubt us to hi.s
fitness to belong to the Montreal
Gity Council.
Our law-makers should bear in
mind tnat the newspapers of
Canada did not ask for the removal
of postage, aud are not now making any special protest agnin=c its
reimposition. It is only riahr,
however, to say that Canadian
newspapers have made all their
business arrangement"; i'or the
current year on a ba^is of free
transmission through the mails
and if they are now charged postage they have no way of recoupine
themselves, and the charge will
be a direct taxation on the publishers.
Max O'Rell used to tell
a story of tho inhabitants
of Minneapolis who were s-o
jealous of the neighboring city
that on one occasion when an
eminent divine was rash enough
to take the text of hi-- -ermon
from St. Paul, the congregation
stood up and left the churc-ii in a
body. Evon now it is sai.i that
the people of Halifax will not
read the bible because St. John is
mentioned in it. The. latest from
the coast is to the effect that tlie
jealous Vancouver people have
stopped singing '"God Save the
Queen" runtil Victoria'- name is
taken out of it.
CANiioius Fah. 21.���The lire Tuesday
night in lhe Pullman House and adjoining properties was very disastrous
and as already nol eel wns- attended by
oss of life. The origin of tiie (ire was
the explosion of "a lamp in one ul' the
bedrooms. The llamcs spread wilh
alarming speed, cutting olf OoC.-spt"
from several bedrooms, in fact veiy
fow of those in the. house saved anything but what they were, sleeping in,
Tlio diiughl er of the proprietor, Clara
Ghi'isfenson, a bright little girl of 11
years, was alseep inaiooui adlnining
the one where the fire originated, and
in sm ne way got out of ber room and
into the. (ire. " Several-attempt-i were
made together but were unsuccessful until 17. .lo.iii.~on by the lis-lit or
the* flames s-aw lier lyincr unconscious
undet the/window. lie brought her
out and medical aid _w.ts at. once
secured, hub she never i.iilied, dying
about, 5 o'clock.
The lire -soon !v~d escaped to the
other buililinc*t in the blot k. and the
scene w .*��� the ii--n.il die ill Mii-h nce-eir-
ci'.ces. 'j'ho lodgers in Mrs. Biin.-y'**
boarding house were t'lideavorinir to
stive n~ much of her elT.'cls ns possp.lt.
but i-ucivcdi-d in reducing the furni-
to a lot of hplintei**.
Alexander t.he oi-cup mt nf the la^t
builtlinc; in lbe block hid more time lo
get. his stuff out. and ct>n.",ef|ii*nl I \- ! he
furniture received comp ir.ttively
little damage.
On the west side of tbe l'.il'nvm
stood Carey's hall, n building owned
by Chue. Carev, the well known and
popular C, 1\ R. engineer. It also was
soon ti mass of flames. This rendered
it necessarv to take active incisures
to soenrt* the safety of the building
owned by.S. Lnureudeau. .ind used by
hini as post ollice and general store.
However after a still* fight the building was saved.
A list of tho losses is as folio*.-..-* :
��� S. Lruirendeau, building \-c. slPO:
C. Carey, building and confer ts SI.l~-.-0;
(~. ("hristenson. contents of I-nllni-in.
S-J.OOO; Mrs. .T. Kerr. Pnliivm hnt&l
-bu i ldi ti ir.���8 WXK> *--=-W-r
A Winnipeg young lady, Miss G.
Olafsiu), burst a blooil vessel on Saturday while skating.
XV. F. Buchanan, of Toronto, has
been elected Grand Councillor of the
Royal Templars of Temperance.
The creditors of the Commercial
bank have received payment in full of
the claims allowed by lhe Court.
ICxtrtulition proceed invts against
Abraham .mil Emma TelibeU*-, of
Boston, are. m progress at Kegina,
Inspector I'. C. II. l-riuisuro X.W.
M.P.. has been appointed aStipendary
jMagislrate for the countv ofNiiuainiu,
A Dawson Guy despatch says that
then-' are seveiiU'i.'n cases of scurvy
in the public: liospilalantl many ejlhers
in private cabin-*.
t'ougregalioiiiil ministers in .congress ,-u. Kansas City littvo denounced
ihe.' Salvation Army a;, "Lhe most ab-
sulule de.spnlibin on earth.
l-'.inuy \"cum^, of Orilli.i, i.s tie-id
under suspicious circumstances. I'.ihl-
uiasler Goll'att is said lo be implicated
and has been placed on bail by the
public magistrate.
Russell County. Ontario, will have a
special election alter th:: general election is over, as the returning oflicer
was prevented by snow from reaching
the place of noiu'iunticn in lituiv'
lion. Win. Mulock, who was President of the defunct lAii'iner's Loan Co.
prior to his entry into the Dominion
Cabinet in July 1SIW, has olfered to
pay !j~l.~iU,0.)i) to the creditors of the
Harry Lindley's stock company arc
still piaving to crowded bouses at
Victoria, and in consequence have
postponed their JC.i_.tern trip until
spring. The company lias- been very
much improved, and its .repertoire
largely increased.
Wm '���Klondyl-e"' Ogilvie has loll
for I'luglaml on three months leave of
absence. Ho will lectin'", on the Yukon cotuilrv. His sun Idol ley Ogilvie.
who was wiih Mr. Jennings last vear,
will lead the,Gold Hills Exploration
Company";: party lo Yukon. lie. will
r'.'coivea salary of lji!i.00U a yen ticiin
the cempmy and his ox pun sol;, besiduj-
an inteit!-.'. in the company.
The official assignee's statement in
connection with llie insolvent estate
George Cr.iig to Co.'s Winnipeg, departmental store shows direct liabilities of ySl, ISLSI, with assets of $31.-
1S3.1."", leaving a-delicit of $27,301 ."iO.
In ,'idclilion to direct liabilities there
v. il! be a further stun ptoiiably of
,*-;7.."i00 now in.-ibuyaiice, but likely lo
eventually rank in ihe fatalo. A
niniibt-r of Montreal and Toronto linns
are interested,
K. Kerr, tral'tic munnger of C. P. 11.
lines v.'1't.t, ol L'lk'i ti'iperior, bolii^
asked wlint induced his co.up.iny t'>
iiuike such a yurpiisiug i eduction in
ti'.iiis-i'i*-t-tii'.ent;il pns-seiigai* iat"f. r ���-
nli.'il: "We concluded thjit the L"nit*.-cl
SUtlcs lines w.-re not living up t-j theii
.igrujiiie.it. They were ctitt'ng i.ttf*
on ..".--ry I. tr.il ,-iu.i piaci'-.g then- h'.iji-
ness in the hands ol hc.tlper.-, and w.-
i-ouciu'led to give, the-people th*: .sha't-
that Iiie American lines v.kp giving to
sclpiiig I'cket brokors and cut lbe
r.ite"" in half. Tile net proceeds of ..
ticket untie:- the old r.-.te that w.i*
Se'ciired bv the l.'niied Slates line*-
���.vouId auionut' lo only S'.IJ, so wc con
rlmlevl to give the dilt'eronct* to the
Yukon cold seeker Lo wards nui-~h.isin.__;
hi> outfit.
A change is nnnuiinced iu the Consolidated Stationery company, of W.ii-
ni peg. .i, Jl.itnd XI. II. O'Liugitiin
have sold out their ir-teriist, in lite
concern to ti'.e rem lining partners. S.
11. l'.ttsons on*i of tho principil piit-
n'-rs, but'"wlio h.i-- been rchiiling in
Tcrontu lor a c.v ye,i:s will rei.ii: r.
.it once to Winnipetr with his f.iiiiUy
iii.il im:e ni~!i- talc- au activ*.* p srt ir.
llio bi>.-ii!'jSi. Mr. P.ir.-,.ns- h-.i b.*i*rj
._*i*.r:*-"cic"i with the Toronto R's.iuic
C.i., for some tim**. It "<s uni'lorstooi
th vt \\f has di*tj.-,.*-f'. of his i.i'.ji-,'.-*-.. iu
-j-i,,-.    -'fr-la-r   ��� .���'-rr-inn-.- _\U-_-i l____\r
Wholesale   Prices   as They ' To-Day
I-utter (salt) $1131     $ 0 00
Butter (fresh)  Iiii 0 00
Cheese  I) 10 to 0 12..
Eggs  0 :J5 to 0 00"
Potatoes  0 :�� 0 00
Turnips  0 2i"i 0 00
Bacon (dry salt)  I)   01 0 00
Hay  (i 00 7 00
Oal s  0 :K) 0 00
Barley  0 110 0 IK)
Wheat No. 1 Hard.... I) 07 0 70
No. 2 Haul.... 0 (i:l 0 00
>.~i-.a Hani.... o r-7 o oo
No. 1 Frosted. 0 50 (J 00
No. 2 1'i-osted. 0 10 t) -15
"      No.   I i elected
lilaul"  0 Til 0 00
No 2   i ejected
2 Haul  0-in 0 00
fir$*7~**SZ. -<OU)
% ^ 11 rail 11 ^
Wholesale dcnlois in
��       H
as, ��Dint
Waverley hotel building. .91,001; G.-o.
Holmes-, "two bmldinus. Sl,lr'<): _Mrs.
Birtn-v and D. 1). G.iletley. ro'-.tenl-
of W.tverley h'"use, $2.7) npiei-": .1.
IIou;(.-)!i, fl.-imngi! bv moving furni-
tttre: W. Alexander, dannge to furniture, glCO.
J. Kriekson, field, had juO, .-lrriv-e!
in lown and i��on<* io bed. He e=-~a;i'd
in his underclothes and fur coat, end
had lo stay in b"el ve*-te*rd:iy tin'il n
new pair of unmentionables could Im*
ohhiinert. He In.I, n, sum of irinnoy
and a JS200 cold w.iteh.
A hirge" nuinbe:' of rnilrnml m-*n
were in the hotel and w.ilch"*-in v.n--
ious stiles of fiisicn w��*re found in tin-
the iiiin**.
Mr. Krirkson*-- experience i~s to
clothes w.-s repeat d invaiious forms
by nearly everv board'-T, and niisfi'*,
ate much in n-.-iilence.
The or.'.'i'g"ti<- weiil: of Srr^t. Dee
was a pleasing fr.ituio. and hi t .i't**n-
tion lo tho-e who ���.iiIT-i-'i! by the1 lit.'
was the iin'in- of alliev.uing ni'ieli
Two men Ind to drop from a third
stoic-y window al (he rear of the- hotel
and wen.- much shaken by  the fall.
During the debate on tlie i'ukon
railway bill, it was discovered
that the strongest government
that Canada ever saw had made
no provision compelling the contractors to operate the railway
after it was built. So tlmt until
a clause wa= added l-Pinedying
the defect, Messrs. Mann "and
McKenzie didn't have to do u
thing after they had completed
their contract and pocketed the
boodle. It does, however, seem
pardonable to have overlooked
such a small matter as the running of trains in the anxiety to
leave no loop-hole in the monopoly
and land grant clauses. |
Government organs _-Uite lhat tbe
regulations requiring that ('.tnadian
go..ds for the Yukon, in oid��*r to escape the Customs duty, must lie* carried in British bottoms, is likely lo be
withdrawn, owing to being unworkable, u
50   YEARS-
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O'L ..igli'm r.-*:.;" rri.'Liii. '.ii WinniTi
:p.d h mil'.--, '-he l..!-..;e---- of the H.>.:n:!-
iien I'owd-i* e.j,n;i-.ijr, f*ir wh:"ll h*-
hi~ h,-ld the i::-ii"'-' to- inir.v yea's.
Jl" '-vi!! a Wo cor.t'.n',"'- to loo's affi'r the
'iffjiit.-of th'i X irtu-.ve-; (-'i-rimu-rr,; \\
Ti-.-.ve'.'rr-. ;i--*.;_ici-*.i ,'in. M". M. H.
(I'L'nighiin 1: i. l.e-'ti a J *j*id-'i,t, ot Ne-.v
Yoik for fl'-eine j-".ir-*.
Sergeant Ayr.- X. W. M. I" hi ;���;.(
n-tnrni-d to itei-ina frcmi !-ik *���.-'.-. iv.
He .-*>���<: the:-* ,'.,[e (irty m.'i.ib is -A
tlw- fi.r-.; tli'-r-'. iviitir g i,'i go f.-ru id
.i-ssomi a-, lie* w.iV is lit f if the Iri'i-
��*p irt of '-i.i-jgaei*. Tli'-y ;��>���" all we'll.
Mi. A',,, .in :. 1.1;. 1" .^i ,:, M, I,. .\,,
who, it i.\ ill be ivn)"iiili..ii"l ilruv.. *���')
be.id e.f oiitM. to I) Lw--��.n e-i-v fo;
-. h.e h 1],' got. a d-.illit a p.iturl. .Mi'.
!-V'r,"p. is ii'*-.*- in V.i-iciiuvf r. lie
bad in give'yl.^ i'i for .��� u-.iin nl elog.,
thoii'/h .Mi. Avr.'sivs- a :.>.ni {��� ki now
I." pllli'll.lsl'tl fe.i i'^.Tii. ,\Jaj ,.- W,il-b,
t hi" .' lniiu'-'t',i(<.i. ��',is ;it lh;; S i'in ui.
'"'���[' Ai in .'.toug, !��� pw ���Je'ii!iii_r ri.i-
'i;'.������'!���'.i-s Tupp. r'- I'.mip in;.', h-wj
��>��� Ill I.i:>*'il ti:. .ri-iiipLl'i j.|-.t-i���d 'iiy
AV"r.i:i_'.-l: li ivii-g fi i:;,l i" i*i-pn-,.;-.i,V.
In pi. '.. fe rivai.]. .'���* T/.'lrti.A vrp giv<-<
,i lirii'ile eie'-.-i.),'ie,*i of ^'c.i-.v.-v,
V.-il-",'.   ti"  st\.,   f.,|li,i,"|i g   .,,,.]   e*-,-i-rv
virt-.ir* :.iitii.:iiii,   Snn'l.'v*   .n.i   w> ���*'<
ll.IV.-j   llik*'.   Thill"   t'l'sf.'l'l ,l! Illllitlte-I.
of wen.' nthi-r... an.l Ue- pre,I'.-..ton..I
g.itr.'.ili i - .iml sharper, an* l.-.-p'ng ,(
hotir.l il'nl h.iivo**!.
In lhe I louse of Commons on t'ie 1 h
inst.. Sir Wilftid I. nYrier i-i m-wer t.i
;i (pies,! ion .i-ke-d by lle.n. Mr. F.i.'er.-
**L:iii"l that tly ii'irtib r '-f Mourned
Police appointed for the- "'-''irrh W.-st.
Territeii y piinr to M.ij..r Wa'sh's appointment W'-re 21 ,n.-;d Unit t he-
monthly eo��,t per in in ���,,-.������*��� f.\S. aiv!
th it siiife. tli il p"iio,l IOi ih'iic h.nl
been uppoinled, .iihi Ui.-i (iie- ..j.p: r����ci-
inii l e co-!. of ir.inspoii'n;r ii|. .��� m,.>,
.-'nil I'neii sn<i|,li.*<. Ir,|,, jl,,. Yiiko.i
coiiiiei ��-I'ro'ii tin'lh*.t e.f .Inl/ mi Ir,
the   fii'.t    of   this   iii'ini :i ti ,is'.i]!(.. hv, -
in.ii..iv wir:').t';o.    Th;. >u.n ;-.ulud*���!
Siqijllie s fi.r l||i>." ���,up.l''si"tl (e, lie- in
eli-M'e s. The .".l!.~rv lor M.Mill- WtilsJi
w:-s i-ri.OCO. Ih.lt. "I H'.'islj.ir Wild"
S2 0'~'l Frr .tfi'ei'int.iiet I'.lir, . i.'.i"0; II.
II. X.it ,i..i d ;>��� e) J a... i). \|- (,]���,.{;-.,.
i'!.s;,f,   -i���   e.r ,,,  ;,,,   . ,. ,r |,   Ki  ."." i;   'I'.    1).
I'.l'ii'.., 'it'ii'liiiy s:,i/i. A. ;*. Ilnt.l-
iiij-in, *,'ti -.-e-Mi--, '!(.. :"l.,*>'i.: .I,iini..
(.ibt.u'i--. U.'W. C.inll.'y, .1. A. (,' ideri-
li"titl. \. I). IJ.i llu ii. a ��� isinni. sm..
ve'vois, eif h yl. I!!.">: .1. A. f-l u k. eh rk.
anrl   s'l'iingr ipln-r     In   ,Mr.   I-'.i-.vce't I,
.S'!')'1:   Uoln rl.  I'.innii  (ant,   and
Ii. II. ["cuttitle-, 5��ln entli: Louis ('nr*
boiiiie.iii. ceok with M.iirir Walsh,
S'ifiO; James Ii. Marcelle. Isaac Collin
and 'J'ousaint. guides with Major
"Walsh $:��J5'each.
It is nol alone in cxci ptional lecieations
likefox-huiitiiiR, that anniiiiiu needs steady
nerves, strong muscles iiul a healthy, vig-
oioits coiislitiition. Slit needs tliciu in lier
every dav duties and plea-sines. Uccenlly
a IJf.ffalo'lacly called ii|iui l^r. K. V. Tierce
of llial city and stated tint she was so nervous that after month'-, of tiial slie could
not leaiu to ride a bicycle.
S'lc: v.'.ts put under a tcientific course of
treatment, consisting of Dr. l'icicc's Golden
Medical Discovery befoie meals and his
" l-'avorito Picscriptioii'" -iftcr mc-als. Tlie
"l'si-.-otitc Pres'.-iipliou ���' pionqilly cuied
the v.'..---..:ue.=s and disea-e of llie oijrans dis-
liiiciiy feiiiiuiue, frpin which 'Uie siiflered
and lestoied sli-eugUi ami steadiness lo the
uer.-es. Tlie "Golelen .".iedica1. Discovery"
cleansed the blood, r.'i.;ing it pure, rich
and invigorating, and Imilt up solid, muscular flesh. The lady mm- rides her bicycle
willi tji.ice and ease and without trepidation. Hotli medicines, an* for sale by medicine cUjalers. Dr. Pierce answers letters
fiom ailing women without charge.
"I s-.in~--recl.with a bca-inr; ilown pain in my
pelvis .-.till n lmrtin^ in n-.v Ine-k anil loins,"
writes :\rrs. 'J'illie C-iiinii't'-1!.!'!-!, of Weir, Choctaw
Co , ~e.i.<_. ^"".Vlicicvcl 1 i.cultt talej a walk or
ri'Ic \erv f.n* it i\-o.'UI rlv.-ays niako mc t-iel*.
After ucimr I>r. l'i,_-rce.- -. I;.i\orite L'resriiptinn
anel ' (Joitlcu Meelic^i il.scovsrv' Tor three-'
tno.iihs I can rirle or \.:*.:: ami Icr.l well aflei-
v.-ai-,lft. ^,Iy appetite is .';-o.l, all of my bail feel-
iii.; t have d"i.--appcareJ an.' J -in; ctro:i2:iiicl well."
You can sccr.ic D.-. Pieicc-'s Medical Ad-
viicr free bj* seuei'iiT; 'Limps to cover cus-
'.oiiis ar.d mailiti-.j cr, < i'.iper-covered, .-.I
inc-ecut slumps ; c^o.'. roveicil, 50 s*. a nips.
ic;:Ir03= Dr. K. V. Vic: .v, HinT.ilo, N. Y.
Tho Company will p.17 25 Cents eueli "or
TiiiiiiiineTiLs itoltvorcrl on Im r.tntlon r.iouiiils
ulciiii' of oiiciunlirniicPEe in accordane e with the
below mt'iitinni'il Bpecillentlons :
jMl ties will be carefully inspected, and this
prloo only will ho paid for thoso wliieli 1:01110
up to tlio HpcRillctitlom., unit on which there ia
no churn for Clown eluus.
l'eiities dciiuing 10 cut Ilea on lanels other
'.linn their own iniibt not proceed without
permit fioni the <'i'ov.n Timber Aiiunt nt
trillion ton, ar.d in nli caac-i Uroivn dues nt tho
i-iilej uf throo rents per'I'io will be deducted
from abovo price uiilees a letter lit ptoeluced
from the Crown Tini'ier Acent certifying that
Ties aro clear of duos, t-tcttlers who have cut
t'ies oil' theii- own or other patented liiuds
tutiBt furnish Crown Tinibi l- Agent, wilh
jatipfnetory sworn ovirtom-e wlicrn Tics wero
cut, before he can issue cleiuv.nco anil bofore
Compiinji can accept Tion.
(Jeeim- or Jnek l'ino TieBwill bn taken at ti
reduced prico accordink to the quality. Spruce
will not. be ttceeptcel til all.
Parties who propose dcliverinsr Tics must
apply to lho Cotnpani's tiKent at "points whiiro
ihe'ro is one, for t-itei to pile Ties, mid at other
points will apply for bile to section foreman.
The Company will eend tin inspector over
tho road as soon as deliveries arc completed,
of which duo notice vi 111 bn tflvcn to enable
contractor.! to bo present. Parlies elolivi'-i-init
Tie-.n iniift ttirnirh receipts showing they have
p.-.id all bills for labor nnel supplies incurred in
ouiincd'oii with the work, and lnuct aitnlillsli
their title to the Tics ty tbo satisfaction of the
Company's im-pcc-lor.
bi'i.r.u-ic.\T;nx I'ou tii:s.
Tnmavae Tie.-: All Ties irni-l bo food,
sound, liv-i Imntuac, I'xa'.lly eight (8) foet louft.
on I, square: ar each end, six (0) ir-��clic*��'-biek. ami
at least tix (li) ir.eho.i en iho face clear of Iho
bark at tho si"n'i!lo_.L  part;  lo   bo   smoothly
own,   free   from   s.ink>-u and "scoro   maiUs,
orfuolly stniit,'ht, anil niufc-t, bo~s',ui-il.
Cedar and .lad: Pine Ties:   All Tien ni'iFt. b.*.
oatl, sound, live Ceiiar or Jack l'ino. cxacllv
_ii*hl (8) feet, loiu, cut squnro at each end. six
(Ct inches thick, and at least six (til inches on
���i i- face clear of bark at the siunllost pail,; ta
be smoothly hewn, fioo from shakes ami score
marks, perfectly i-tr.iit;ht, and must bo uound
" W. WHYTE,    "
Yt'innipes, 1th November, 1SU7. nl5-dw-lI
Frea Trial To Any Honest laa
Tho Foremost /''elcdicfii'Company
iu the World in the Cure of
Weak Men Makes this Offer.
In all the *vorM to-day���in all thn history of the
**orld���no doctor nor Institutlor liaa treated and
rettoreel fo many men 113 has the famed EICLE
IIEDICAL CO. of Bulialo, N. Y.
This is duo to tho fact that tlio company control*
aomo invoiuiono and discoveries which liavo no
et^u&l in the whole realm of medical scionco.
So much lif'CPpt.on lias heen practiced In ad-
vrtlsH- that 1UU grand old company now for tho
fir?*, tmio m.ikv-t 11T1 r��L:irtlin^ otl'cr : ���
TIipt \\ lit sajuj i:��.,��lr co-)tly and ma^lcftlly effoc-
^iTOR^lMMrm.in,! ft wholo nmntli'd course of r��-
Ptor��if,r�� terr.'--?jii��, posltK'oly wn trial without
cx^-imetov.A .j ji^ct and r^Iinhlomnn 1
*!*- t -t m " ���' ' : l-ii fl^ltdi-i'i'il���Tint n pennj
P.��?'i -mi r'-^-ilu ,-ra kao^-n to and acknoivfcdgod
by rh�� ji'tt:- '.t
Tn*�� Krl-i M'fi -il Company's appllAnco and
r*:i��fdj(�� J..t% * ;*-.���:�� talked &l��out r-nd written
Ri-oui iitl-jF* r ���,! ���; -Aorldt till C7i��r>-tnnn haa board
'J hi y r> ff;rA r,v rroato itren^tlit vigor, healthy
tI��no ^r.'l w -v \l!o
Tb"7 t�� icti-.j b;��5�� dratca on tbo yystorn that sap
th<* "r.--r,;y
Tln-v ''!:ft n-*"v >n��n<���!!_!, drff.r.ntlon/'y and all
tli** '���I!'* *"- t,t f -'i JaMia, ipjew" s,orcrv.*ork, etc.
'I iify piyr f P.i - r��*ri(fth. O-VfUij Mf*nt and tona
tO t'Vi-j V {,' 't't.'i ;. n J f T'�� tn ol th" hul/
F t.1, ir" '* , >.*.    -,lno niA u^'o j.-* i. / t'.irrlcr.
1 iin ���' i'rl.. 'r,;',om Pxpf i./i- " offer H UmltM
byih" rt ��� .r-.ow \ ,i thorc tlir.*.-, and ajiplicatiori
tn'x-t io m -.'i'i .*
NuCU \t. ���-
?*ws\>> ..,i>} ' :
t'on h? a io-*,*..
��i-V a", sfi;. '. t ���;
-wr-t.* i.�� r..*- v.kxt, :.rr.moAi/ compant,
BUFKAL''. N' i ,, and rffer to i��eln2 the accou&f
ol their oil. r *. it ttila i~ip��r(
,i:..��. no togr.9 phiVmthropy.nor
i.v,!-/;���a cl''nn in.*.!)*"-"" pr^j.'-fil.
/  of high fixs.iJ.d.il ai.d profev-
Groceries,    -   -   -
Dry Good ,   Clothing
j-^en's Fu-nicljings -
.Hais and Gaps -    -
j Soots ar.d Shoes   -
1 Crockery,   Glasswarc
* onr CiiHieim   [{pHiicctlullv Mnlle-it'-'l
oo'c A.'i-nt for Cl. F. A ,1. 'Inlt,
\v'nolO"ile areicerLt,
Tho ti��.lo only supplied.
erchant's Hotel.-
lllecillewaet, B. C.
First-class in ovory riispcofc.    Cjooil iiceoinmotlnLion.    ]3e.sb
Wines, Liquors and UiKiira tit tho Ritv.
W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.
Tlie   liu'gcst hold   in   towii^        Cciitfally    located
Ohoicic   Wines,   Liquors   timi  Cigars
Best    accommodation. Kates    SI     per    day.
Brown & Poo], Proprietors
i!i!92it E=a&s_r?%i:  a_t^s��s^
Head GiTiec. Toronto
Paid Up G^iiitai $2,000.CiS!j
ilessrva   . -   -   -    -  J.SQfi.OOO
II. S. HowLiiict,  Prusiilciit,
T.r{.~~Iernt,t, Vice Fres., (Sr.C.-itluirir.ca*;
William Eaiusity, Itobcifc J.-tiYrnv.
Hugh Ryan,   T.  .'jiuijlit'rly.ncl  Staynor
Ellas Holers.
D, R. Wilkic, General Manager.
North Wesb and British Columbia
Portage la
Prince Albert
South Edmonton.
Niagara Falls
Port Colborne
Rat Portage
Sault St. Marie1
St, Catharines
Montreal, Quebec
St. ThornaE
._. _Agents___n_   Great. Britain���-I_.loyt"'f.
GanK,"-IJtd., 72 Lombard St.,  Lonclun,
with ivhoin money may be deposited
for transfer by letter or cable to
of abovo branches.
Ageiit-i in the United States���ISTe","
York, Bank of .Montreal, Bank ol
America; ' Chicago, First National
Bank; -St, Paul, .Second National Rank
Savings Batik Department���-Deposit-',
.of $1 and upwards received and
interest allowed.
Debentures ��� Provincial, Municipal
and other debentures pui-.-:li:*.st'il.
Drafts and Letters of Credit���Avtiil
able at till points in Canada,-United
Kingdom, United Stales, Kuiope,
India, China, Japan, Aiiblriilia, New
Zealand, etc
Gold Pure-based
This Bank Issues Special receipts
which will be accounted fop at any of
tho Hudson's Bay Co's Posts In tho
Yukon ank northern districts.
Mann/rop Rovolstoko Brtir. uh
WM V/3SK8..
jBlncTisznitliina-* JToljfoiZjUc
PlumLinET. PiPe FittiuE
TinsmitlifnST i)
Sheet Iron 'Work
Machinery Repaired
Mining Work a Specialty���^*-),
Rovolatolco Stn-
^evelsto^e  Hospital
-Mnlornif y Kormi in connection.
Vaccine;    kept     nn    hand.
��*�� Q n    nt 8 n a ���    Ttiblo    lui'iiisliuii   with
0 4.yi*l%BiUB*3lla   l^yli'^yJ :-rro--d*-.    n^t wines
\S ft        *�� Jjiqiioi'M     unci      Jigtirs.
l_j-.\i-f{o light bed rooms.      it:tto*_i   $1.00 n  cluy.     Alonllily race.'.
.1. ALIltiRT STONMj", Proiirir-tor.
^IIiIImDHIED .Door'5
lit) a
n<OptQ " Tupni'ngs ;
IX ib^.-w- *.y   Mouldings
Arrowhead Saw <&; Planing1 Mills
' Rovelstofca Asents:   PIF^V & WHIGHT.
Fectl and Sala Gto.blo ci't~io Ii_~,i'de--.r- and Troitt LaUo district
/i -1���i���v"il-v">s.  ���->~*%��� ~"-"~-'-,-- iiinajajuruirc,
.t^^fe^--^iii;v:^^^*_-.-'.i.-J ���     -.
 ���S^^kw!^i^^^^r^^^- li''-t-'i5?l>li��K   '��'d   Teaming   a
^���ll��^Z��:^^Z^^����^^^*>z*r!^-' hjieci.iltv.
S.iddlo    and     Pack    Horses
always for hire.
Daily Stage leaves Thomson'.-: .Landing' every morning at.7. o'clock
i'or Trout Lake City.    Wit' p.-irliculiirs write :
CRAIG to IllLUMAN, Thomson's Landi.vo.
To socui-o ono ol' tliosti desirable lots
CHIilAl? on llio'O. & K. Scetim -Navi-
g.'U.ion Company's site.
Donfc wait-' till' the boom .hits tho
town in the siji-ing liko a cyclone,
but BUY NOW,
^S 61 e""Ago nis'.
C. Bo Paelean
KstliimlrR rif-nisl-.crt. rir.il"! i ml spprl-
llc-tilioiiii liimlu, Am also iiicp'irtil it) elo
pliop anel .io*-. vi'i'li rn the tslifTtcs-l.
notice. ~S.it iafucl ion t-'iitiiiiiileei'. la
overs" cabo.   Onll or write for teiiuu.
Main Street
First Street fast, "ovc'r��tcke Station
Graininpr, Paper Hanging.
Hard Wood Finishing, House
Painting in all Branches,
Carriage Painting, Glazing, Etc.
Li.   ��/i.
Contpaetor and Builder.
Shop opiiosilc Trnprri.il Bank.
Workmanship Guaranteed
-=*-���Terms Cash
Drs.  McKcchnie   end   Jeffs. Attendants
Wood I Vy oocil
(Iiiarnntped I'ull
Conl _M'j<isure.
Tlu* iiiidi'i'sirrncd Ii.-is* a large --iipply
of lli'iiilnck. Spruce, I-"ir and 1'ine
Weieid feu-..ale. Any pci-son it-ijiiiring
wnoil will kindlv leave tlit*ir wiili'i-**
with Mr. \\\ M. Lawii'nt".'. Beqelstoke
St.'ilinti. or with II. N. Coursier,
I'Yont Street, Ktivel.stuke.
If You .Have a
JV\ine to Sell
or wi.-h a company funned, nr
ivmit to buy a miiie i>r t-htiri's
in tiny mini', want tn invi'5-t in
Speiknii" ri-il I'si.itf. or wish to
make* a borrow,write at oiiccto ���
elJI-MES    L.   FORD   &   CO
Mine Brokers.      Mining Stocks
Xo. 0 Mill St., between Riverside and
Sprague, Spokane, Wash. ,,
TJie  Centre   of  the   Lardeau   Mines
Tlie Pioh'eep*
i>iM-,.of Fepgtison
and Ten -Mile
Cummins &, Co.
Dealot* in "tliuers" Sujiplies, Ii'arcl\v;ii'i>,
('roei'i-ie.-:, Bi-y Goods,
Kverjthlns  to  ">c  rouiiii in ti general aloro.
l~oat, Ulllco in conr.ccliuu.
Atom TK-f-MITwT! :���:;.*.:*."t:T[ Ttoro
Powder, dps. J-'uss, Coal, Steel,
anil all -Miners' anil Prospectors' Supplies are
kept on lianil
Be Sure and register at the
When you reach FERG USON.
The table is provided with the best
tbe market alfotds.     Rates from $2
lo $'���! per day.'
CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���  Proprietors.
Sam Needham
PI^XH*.-^ Cleaned
^g^^aa^fe-s     Repaired
In Good Style at Lowell Priors.
Douglas Street ��� Rrvklstokh t?*-l  \tHtf  ,/  RUTHII  AMERICAN   RAILROADS    TIRED  OF   THE RATE WAR  EMILL ZOLA FOUND  GUILTY  A  Steamer Overdue-Thousands of  People Dyiiift of Starvation in Cuba  ���������The Stickine Road Ncccssaiy--  Two Revenue Cutters Capsize and  iG   Lives   are   Lost���������-A   Snowsltde  Monthi:.-i., l'"cb. 21.���������'J'hi'iinli-T.'iitL*  Libertil-s tin* tnganiy.ing .'inollii'i kick,  lluiir grievance lii-ing lhe met Inn! ot'  distributing ptitrontigo iu the city of  Montreal.  TimiKT-rs r.'.sit ailiouhnkd  Ur.oiNA, Keb. 21.���������Tlie Tilibi'U.s cisii  has been adjoin ncd till l'V'b. iSth.  ZOI.A   I'lirNI) CICILTY  I'AiiiP, Keb. "Jl. -Kniilo Zola was  yesterday found guilty of libelling tin.  trench aViny. anil wns senteneiid lo  one. vein's imprisonment nnd a line of  uUOt) francs.  ATLANTIC;   I.lNElt OVKlllJUK  New York, L-'eb 2!.���������The l-'rench  liner Chiiinpngiie is reported four  days overdue.  AMERICAN   RAILROAD-" AI'I'iiAL  New Voiuc, Feb. 21.���������Ths United  States Hallway Companies have appealed to the Inietslt'.to Cumuiei'ce  Committee against the rale war siail-  ed hy the C. P. 1".  STARVATION IN (l"l"A  Key West, Keb. 21.���������Fourteen  thousand people aie lepoiteel to be  dving of .starvation at .Mataii'/.as, in  Cuba.  SO  l)OI!*i I"A~C MANN  Ottawa, Feb, 21.���������The latest report  from Major Walsh   stc.testh.'.t   he regards   tlio   Siielcine-'te.s-bn Lake   railroad as an absolute necessity.  Ol" Kl IHt* SNOWS LI Ol!.-  Qt-l~i!EC. l'Vh. 21.��������� l'\iur- persons  were killi-d yestei day by a snow-slide  at l'oinl Levis.  Aiicnnisuoi* ci.i-Anv oyinii  I'ClNCiSTON. l'Vb. 21.���������At cl'ib'isliop  Ole.'try, tin; vener-ililu Huniaii C.itl-.o-  3it: piel.it>', is in a living condition,' and  all hope of his leco'vcry has been  abfituk.ned.  ltKCOVniihDTUKIlt CIIU.U  Sioux Falls.-������. D., Feb. 21,���������Tbe  Tnrton f.nnilv.  of   Moiiou   Mountain  have recoveiecl fio  lost clulcl.  sknsation  -''"Washington. , 1'  u th.*> Indians their  \l. STORICS  el*. 21.--Alarminp,  rumors of troublent Ifav.tna aro l>,jii~K  circulated in the United State".  TlJl-'.ll~l~sn  TflE  V."IItTl"  PASS  Ottavi-a. l'Vh. 21.���������A syndicate of  l-"r.������lish H'ltrUiiiti'it Slates capitalists  is being formed for the coiisU'iielion  of a ra'-.lwtiv to tlu* Yukon through  -the White P.~.ss*.  sixteen.J.rvK.- LOST  London.     Feb    21.���������Sixteon     lives  ��������� wee lost, oft' the ce-'-ist of Wales veolei;-  chiy by the eaps-izing  of  two reveriue  cutters.  va i-rej.ch. comi'liment  London. Feb. 21.���������Lord Salisbury  considers M. Hauotaiix's reply legai-el-  ing tlie Vresl Atrica situation as ani-  iirguotis and likely to lead to further  di'lliculties.    *  MCKENZIE - MANN CONTRACT  ���������  ENDANGERED  Ottawa, Fob. 2.3.���������It is reported  here that the action taken by the  United States Government in reference to the coasting law may result in  the cancellation of the contract entered into with Mann and McKenzie.  MAKES     THREE      DELIBERATE  ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE  PUTS A NEEDLE IN HER HEART  And Thus Ends Her Troubles���������Parliament Adjourns I'or the Elections-  Inquiry into the Maine Disnater���������The  Winnipeg, Delegates Lunch With  Sifton���������Another    Yukon     Proposal  I'li-UhON, Assn.. Feb. 2.'!.���������Mrs.Sliaw  wife ol .1. Shaw, ntli'inpteil li> commit  Miicicli'in three! dilVi'ienl, ways a few  days tnno. Tlie Mist, wai by liil:iii|"  KeiKlair*. blister, tlii-n by hanging herself in thu linrii, but llie rope wns cut  ju.*t in lime In save.' her life. I'lie third  and last time slit" forced a diirnmpr  needle into hor heart, which killed her  Her mind has been unbalanced since  lust April, She leaves ti husband and  live children.  COMMONS  Ottawa,   Keb.  ai-.iouiinhd  2o.��������� The   House  of  Commons adjourned yesterday till  March 1st. All the Ontario niein-  beis have returned to their constituencies to take part in the Provincial  elections, which will be oyer on that  date.  JURORS TAMPEKEO WITH  PAH].*-, Feb.   2.'!.��������� It   is   stated  that  some of the j.i'.'ois empanelled on the  Zola case have been approached wilh  a view to influencing their Uncling by  the paymont of money.  MA in I-: inq'oiuv  Nkw York, Feb 2'.}.���������An oilicial  enquiry into the ca'.ise ot the terrible  di.s.istt't'.on the U. S. battle ship Maine  is proceeding nl Havana. It is generally believed thnt the explosion was  entirely due to accident notwithstanding sensational repnits.  INCl'.EASINtl TIIK STItKSCTll  New Voiuc, Feb. 2:1.���������The United  States will add twotii'Liik-ry regiments  to the army and a new cruiser to lhe  navy.  WINJKIl'J-.O     OEI.ECIATES  Ottawa, Feb 2'.1.���������Tho Winnipeg  delegates to Ottawa, yesterday interviewed the Government on several  important subjects, and met with a  favorable veeep'tion. lli'ti. Mr, Sifum'  entertained the delegates to lunch  yesterday at the Jlideati'club.  ITINEUANTSYS'-Ll-M TO IIU ADOPTED  To in into, Feb. 2.'".���������At the meeting  of the Presbytery hold here yesterday  a committee was appointed to draw  up a. schr-mo whereby lhe itinerant  system will be adopted instead of  '.'calling."    '  SNOW   IN' OMTA 1510 ���������  Toisonto, Feb: 2:".���������U-iihvay traffic,  n Ontario has been much impeded  during the past few days by heavy  snowfalls. Tiain.s .wa miming very  irri'ftulttvly, and in some cases tire  blociccd altoR*.tiler. Nor.-iiiilivi'iy ol"  mails is causing great" incunveui'ence  to the mercantile community.  PROVINCIAL  liMiCTIONS  Toronto, Feb. 2:1.��������� Nominations  took place yesterday for the Ontario  elections. As far tis can be learned,  there will be a ocmiest in every constituency.  ANOTHER  VL'ICON I'ltOPOSAL  Ottawa,Feb. 2'J,���������JJamilton Smith's  Yukon railway proposal was read in  the House of Commons yesterday.  -.    DOES THIS  MEAN  JIANN?  Montreal, Feb. 2,'i.���������Newfoundland  proposes to transfer her railways,  telegraphs and mines to a contractor.  WILL   EXPLORE IT  Ottawa, Feb. 25:���������The premier io-'  plying yesterday to Hie Manitoba delegates "who waned upon him in re-  le'rence to the Calgary-Ldmonton  route, promised to have an exploration made at once.  THE RATI"   WAP.  Toronto, Feb. "Si.���������The latest development in the iiie war between  the big railroad corporation's is I he  cr.nibination cnu'ied into botween the  Grand Tiunk and the Anie-.ji.-t'.-.'. roads  to divert trade fiom tho Canadian  Pacific line.  VANCOUVER   CROWDED       v  Vancouver, Feb. 2*5.��������� The city is  crowded with men outfitting i'or the  Yukon, an.l each train is bringing in  Iiu ge crowds. It is not considered  possible to provide transport for all  who want io go north.  CANADIAN TRADE COOP  Montreal. Feb. 2.-".���������Canadian trade  ret in ns fur the season \\ hich bn vc just  been is.-utd, shew a most   satisfiutory  increase. , .        ,  ��������� AliCIiHISIlOP CLEAIIV DEAD  Kingston, "' Feb. 2.X.���������Archbishop  -Cleary died here last night.  A HUTU Ell M. P. HEAD  Ottawa. Feb; 25.��������� S. F.. Perry,  member of thi" Dominion Parliament  for "WesljPi'inee, P. E. L, died here  vesierday. Perrv was a supporter of  the Government, and 'gait.ed the seat  vacated by llackell." (Conservative)  who was unseated on petition;  AN   Ol-FiCIAL  DENIAL  "Washington, . 'Feb. 25.���������President  McKinley has issued air dlicial statement denvitig the truth "of the sensational icp'orts fiom Havana regauling  tlie ciiiisi* of t.he explosion on the  American battleship -Main'?.  V nUllCiLAR   ARRKSTKI)  St. Fail, Minn.. Feb. 25.���������Charles  Leader, or XV. XX'. Walden, an Fng-  li.-ilimaii of gieat ability in the thii'V-  ing liiH.'-is under tuie-st lien* on sr.spi  t-iiin of having been eiineeini-d in  many linrgltiries recently committed  inlliiscilv. it is .susp.cled that the  piisoner lias leceiitly escape.! liuin  the Winnipeg gaol.  an AjricAi-.r.i: -sr.-rri.i'.jrt~NT.  LtiNDON. .Feb. 25.���������HI. Hon. Joseph  Cli.'iiiilieiliuii. Si'C'.-i't-iry of -Stt.lc lor  the Colonies aiiiiininei'd ye'stenlay in  the Impi'ii.'il IIiui-i' of Ciiiiiiuoii.t l lint  be: h.iel innliileiit hope.s e*f an amicable  adjustment of the South Alricati dilll-  cull v.  The Best Advertising* Medium in Western  Kootenay Is  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  ���������\,JKTIIO]~IS.T CnUHCH - Hovc'lstoko.  i iii. I'rciiclilni,- bervievs nt ll ti.m. and 7:30  p.ni. Clii'3 nioeiliii: al ilia clnse of tho  niurnltiK service, sribliatli Setiool and Biblo  OltiBs tit 2::'0 ii.ni. W.'ekly prayer meet'nif  every Wcdnt'oelay uvonlnc at 7:30 p.m. The  public aru cordially invited. Seats free.   HEV. J. A. WOOD, Paator.  fllURCK OF ENGLAND-Sl. Petor'i,  "s-i ltevelsloko HoiiMof si-rvlce: EveninK  prayer tlnlly at 5 o'clock. Krid.iy.-i at f:30.  -juiidayn ntul Kusilvalii: Holy Coiiiniiiiilon al 8  ii.ni., morniiiK priiycr nl 11. Sunday School  nml lllble Ciat.il at '"iSO, evotlnf; prpyer at 7:30.  Urat Hiinilayin tho month lioly Comnmnlnn  nl niornliif,' eorvlcofl.    PKAN'K A. rOHD, VIcnr.  paiWIlYTEKIAN CIlURCH-ItOYClBtokp.  x Hori-li'o overj Siinilny at 11 ii.ni. and 7:30  p.in. iiib'o (Jlnis at ���������_'-:s0 p.m., to which  all aro welcome. Prayer mcelinK at 8 p.m.  every Wcdticjdn;-.  RKV. !'. D. MUIR. Pastor.  ThoioofoC the Cabana music hall  fell in on Sunday night. The cause is  sai_(l.fijJ)iMliii___l.ty_^stLiui__;.s__t:orig_S-tories.  told Iiy a returned Klondyker.  The Winnipeg'Lnw.atid Order League have laid thirty informations  against hofcelkeepers in that cily for  selling liquor outing prohibited hours.  Tho Walter A'. Wooh Harvester  Works, of St. Paul, which closed down  on November :~0lh, will not t re-open,  the eastern stockholders and creditors  being opposed lo the continuing of  the business.  Doyle aii.ts Sullivan, the murderer  of Denis Connors at Kuskonook, has  been captmecl by it Mounted Policeman on the tote road, SO miles west of |'  Ku-skonook. IL* has been committed  to stand bis trial nt the spring assi/.es  at Nelson.  The Annual Meeting of the Catia-  ilniii Press A-.sociiit.it_mO.riII be held in  Ollaun, Maieh 10-11. Among the important malleis to be consideri-d will  iiii tbo peistage question, insolvency  li-gislafii'ii. and the visit ofBiilish  Journalists to Caiitidti. Frank A.  Munsey, who has been without doubt  Ihe. must successful modem publi.-lirr.  will tlt'hver an adi'.tess on ami discuss  the "I*jl"iiicuts of Succpss, in Newspaper Publishing."Il istioped that one  or two of the following representatives  of the British Institute of Journalists  will be present: Lord Glenesk (London Morning Post) Sir Hugh G. Kuid.  M.P., J. JL MacL-'aii. M.P.. and Sir  Edward I'u-*sell. Tlie dinner will take  plate as- usu tl, when a number of  important speeches will be made.  "Inside figures'' ate always interesting and tho following are  certainly tome striking ones  about Tin* Ladies' Home "Journal.  During 1S07, S,lS:i,lKl copies of this  magazine were printed and so thoroughly sold tint the latter year issues  are entirely out of print. It consumes  :}, i:il,:!(12 pound-; ot paper in a year,  anti absoi lies .'#1.002 pounds of ink". It  runs 2ti presses. The advertising columns contained H>l!>~>.o25 worth o'l r.el-  vi*i Using (luting tbe la������~t year. The  editors received 0.209 manuscripts and  le.-.s than one percent, we-ie accepted.  Tin* mag i-ziiii* emplovs22 stall' editors.  21.HIS letters have* been rceeivi'il tint!  .-inswi'ii'il in the year by (!u* editors of  tbe coi ri'spomlt'iici* columns. The  Journal his over 15.(J'*U active, woik-  ini.'agi'iiis-on ihe load getting -sub-  s-ripl leir.s. Ji hns educated 112 gitL  fii-e eif i l.iti'g.. iiii.ii'i' its fiee cdui-.-i-  tiiin.il p'-.i'i. In n Mi"irli- day it has re-  c'civeii n-s biiih a-* IS.tjl.O siiosrriplioiis.  :5t~0.W)0 copies of the Journ.il are sold  i'ub month on the news Manels alone  ��������� 125,000 people subscribe for it by the  vear,  J U.MAN CATHOLIC C1JURCU ��������� Revel*  ������������������������"- aloke. Musa acccuel tiunday in month  at 10:1)0 ii.ni.  REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  Subscribe   for  this paper and send it to  your friends--Just as g-ood  as   a   letter.  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 it Co., Revelsloke Station, or  at Tiii~ Hekald office will receive  prompt attention.  JAS. C. Hutchison,  Scllf Wood Dealer nnd Carter.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  *������i Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS ;  Kevelstoko Station, E. C.  Pacific %  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  The best and cheapest route, from  Revelstoke to till points east and west.  Through tickct-s to Vancouver,  Winnipeg, St. Paul. Chicago, New-  York. _Moiiire.il and Toronto.  First class dining aud sleeping cars  on all trains.  Through tourist cars to St, Paul  daily, and to Toi onto every Monday,  Montreal and Boston on Thursday, and  Montreal and  Portland every Friday.  Purchase tickets' to your destination  and have baggage checked through.   '���������"  Klondyke  Througli tickets to Wrangel,  Juneau, Sitka, Skagway," Dyea, Pyramid Harbor Landing anei Haines  Mission. Full information as to rates  and routes furnished and berths  reserved.  For   full   information' as   to   rates,  time, etc., applv to nearest agent, to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  Or to 13: J. COYLE,  Dis. Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  The Canadian Pacillc Stear-.bbip Company's  ~~tcu._p.ers Nnkn-p and Kootenay "leave  A-rrowhetid daily for oil points in Kootenay,  ni.'.kini. connection at _Nakusp tor all points  on Nulctifp and sloc.in Kiilway, and Slocan  Lake.  Cluac connection at Robson tor Kelson,  Knslo, IStilfour, Pilot liny. Trail, Rossland,  "s'nrllipoi f, and all points smth.  l-'or full information, tickets, maps, etc..  call on or address  T. XV. BRo-DSirAW.  Agent Revelstoke.   Or to  XV. B. CARSON.  Travi-lling Passenger j\gent, Neleon.  E.J.COYLE, Dis. PassengerA(tcnt,Vancouver  aslo&SlocanRy  Townsite  Changed  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.  Wl\at Strong Points  Rosebery Holds on  the  Slocan Lake  Rosebery will have an ore  sampling works in a few months  with a capacity of a 100 tons a day.  Rosebery is in tho centre of and  distributing point for Sloenji City,,  Sandon, _Nakusp, New Denver,  Silverton, Enterprise, Three Forks.  Concentrator and Cody, only 12  miles distant from the mining  centre of the Slocan (Sandon).  Rosebery..i9 destined to be the  concentrating point.  ��������� Rosebery is'the" sampler point.  Rosebery is the ship yard of the  Slocan.  Rosebery is the only safe harbor ,  on the lake.    , " '      " .  Buy Lots Row....  If  You Want To   Mal^e Money.  Scud at once to the general  agent for maps and price list or  any further information.  A. M. Beattie,  Geqeral Agent.  o3tf  '   -      Is the Shortest and .*  Quickest Line to...  WALLACE,   FARiMlNGTON,"  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN,      LEWISTON,    .  COEUR D'ALENE -MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PEXDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,.  AND   ALL POINTS   EAST OR   SOUTH.  THE ONLY  line .- :  EAST  Via S-tffc Lake, Denver,  Omaha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to and from  Europe and other foreign countries  TIME C/\RD  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  O WEST                 n������ILT OOINO EAST  a in Leave Kaslo Arrive 3:30 p m  oots  8.00  8:I~n  S::iG  1*51  io.ro  10:18  10:38-��������� .-   .      ��������� -  I0:5U a mArrive.... Sandon  i am  3 a in  1 a in  la m  i a m  jam  .South Fork..   Sproule's ....  ...".". hitewattr...  ...-Bear Lake ...  .. ..McGuiean....  Ccdy Junction  3:15 p m  2:15 p m  2:00 pm  1:18 p m  1.33 p m  1:12 p m  Leave 1.-C0 p m  , CODY USE  Leavo U:00ara Sandon Arrive 11:15 am  Arrive 11:20 am Cody Leavo 11:25 am  Train for the   East and  Portland1  departs 7:15 p.m. daily.   Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:45  a.m.   dailv. - Through   service.     No  delays or lay overs anywhere,  Gel through tickets' and further information of O. R. & N. city' ticket  office,    Xo.    4.'"0.   Riverside   avenue,  corner Stevens St., Spokane. Wash.  J. Camphell,  . General Agent, Spokane.  XV. II. llurlburt, G. P. A.. Portland.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Retail  ROBERT. IP.VIN'O  G. F. and P. A.  GEO.F.COPELAND  Snperlnten ent  Spokane Falls and -Noptfyepn  -Nelson and Ft. Sljeppapd  Red .Mountain R*,y8.  The only all roll rout** without chsr.fzc o  cars between Spokane. Northport, Itoe&Iand  nnd NcUon; also between Kossland and  Nelson.  DAILV II   EXCEPT      SUNDAY  LEAVE. NOIflHPOP-T JkKhlVE.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m lrJOpm.  For Rowland��������� From Rowland���������  1:40 p.m 1:10 a.m.  For Nelson��������� From Nelson���������  1:10 p.m 12:38 p.m.  Close connections at I.'elson with steamer  for Kaslo and all Kootenay Lake points.  Passengers for Kettle River and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus -.nth stage, daily.  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf  PATENTS  PROMPTLY SECURED  GST SUCH QUICKLY. Write to-da? for  our beautiful illustrated Book on Patcntsane'l  the fatcinatinf.; story of a poor Inventor who  made S2J0.OCQ.UI. Send us a rongh Sketotl  or model of your invention and wo will  promptly tell you FXUES if it is now and  probably patentable.  Nohambng, Honest Service. Specialty:  Tough-cases rejected in other hands and  foreign applications. References: Honorable T. Uerthiamne. prop, of "La Prease."  Honorable D. A. Ross, lho leading n������w������-  papers. Ranks, Express Companies _fc clienm  in any locality. All Patents secured thronrfl  oar agency arc brought bcfoio the public By  u. special notico in over 300 newspapers.  MASIOK & KABION. Patent XxpertH.  Temple Building.l85St. James SU, Montreal.  Tbe only firm of Graduate Zaglnsars in  the Dominion transacting patent InuiaeM  exclusively,   ilentioa this paper.  BI Mother  Nature  CROUHD HOG BASiN  May be depended upon to  provide the best remedies.  Onr Syrup of While l'ine  and Tar is Nnttire's own  ��������� perfect expectorant lor the  alleviation of coughs and  colds anJ lung affections.  ^v25 Cents a Bottle  We have a new supply of  Hot Water Bottles of different sizes and prices.  Prescriptions as usual  receive the best care and  attention.  AVe have new stock arriving all the time, and keep  everything up to date at the  fjanada Drug &  ~~^s-'    Book Co., Ltd  Chas. It. Macdonald, Manager.  Revelstoke Station; B.C.  LOCAL  ANDJSENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local', Personal  and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  The customs returns were ycry small  again last month.  '     tr  Mr. J. Savage, jr., spent a lev," days  on the ranch al Salmon Arm last week.  Hats of all Kinds of the latest fashions and styles at C. B. Hume efc Cei's.  Mr. and Mrs. White and their .little  hoy are expected-lo return tomorrow  from Slocan City.""  Mr. M. Carl in the well known luni-  her man and contractor of Golden was  in town on Monday.  D. M. Ferry's and Steele to Co.'s garden seeds in great variety at C. B.  Hume to Co.'s. - . '   "  Mr. W. M. .Brown  left for  the  St.  ..Leon Hot Springs on Monday morning  for a couple days trip.  Dr. Mathison, D. D. S., is in town  and is to he seen at his office over the  Canada Drug it Hook store.  .Mr. F. J. O'Reilly, C. E.. Mr. Gamble's partner, has came in to' take Mr.  Gamble's place as supervisor of the  river bank for a while.  , Win. t'rasley arrived on Sunday's  No. 1 from Calgary to drive F. McCarty's delivery wagon in place of P.  P. Clarke, who has resigned.  Rev. F. Yolland was formally" inducted as rector of St. .Barnabas, New  Westminster, by the Bishop of New  AVest minster on Sundav last.  A   Summary   of   the   Situation   in   this  Coming Free Milling Camp.  McCullough    Creek    heads    in    the  Ground Hog Basin, and in this instance  the  placer gold at the  mouth of the  creek seems to have been traced up to  its source  in the  ledges of the basin.  I'l'ospectitig was begun at the  mouth  of McOulloiigh Creek.    Cold was round  in tlnt.tetii'd, ha nimcreil scales.    Higher  up llu* sti't'iiiu tin"..' characteristic** began to disappear, the gold  had   mine  ijiiai tv. and vein matter attached to it.  nnel al. the head of tlie stream lhe gold  was found ai if just loosened  froin ils  matrix, in ninny cases Laving soft slate  still  adhering.    A  little higher up, in  wliat is known as Ground   Hog Bn**in,  the parent lodes  were   found.    These  ledges   nr.*   veins   or   -"tuirt*/, running  Lhrough    the   soft    hydio-mica  slate  whicli  forms Ilm country  rock.    Tlie  geilel conies  free in  the quart-" and  i.s  also free  in the slate of   the eonlac-L  walls as in the included masses of slate  in the vein.    Sulphides of iron occur in  varying percentages, all carrying gold.  Soini!  veins   nre  found   consisting  nf  almost solid iron pyrites.  A large number of claims have been  staked in this basin, seven of which  have been secured by the Loudon and  Brisish Columbia Alliance. Syndicil e  On one thein the OU* Bull a shaft has-  been sunk, which with the open cut on  the surface reaches-down to ttbout 7."i  feet. A very complete assay was made  of specimens from the shaft on lhe  spot by the representatives of the Syndicate before completing their purchase  with results, which subsequent ^events  have shown to be satisfactory, since  tbey finished t Iiu ileal and hut for Ihe  lateness of the season and the ilii'Iicult-  ies of getting in supplies would have  sent a party of men to work the claim  all winter. .    '  The well known Orphan Boy claim  is located in this basin. 'A good deal  of work has been done on it but not  enough to prove the ^properly, wliich  i.s now in the hands of it Vancouver  Syndicate, who intend, it is stated, I.o  carry on work on it next season.  There are a number of other claims  located in Ground Hog Basin and on  the divide between the heads of Ale-  Oulloiigh and French Creek. The  ledges are strong and well delined anel  good assays have been obtained from  them of Revelstoke. Such are lbe  Silverite. owned by XV. A. Cahler', l"d.  Edwards and F. Saunders with a ten  fool. Ii'dge of fi r-e milling quartz, assay  S1H.G3 in gold: tlie Oriel, owned hy  iMess'rs. F. B. Wells and W. I". Crage  of Revelstoke. with ;i well defined  leelge four feet wide, n.**.~t;iy .'UK)  in gold; the Oriole, another free  milling claim with a Strong three foot  ledge belonging to the sain;.' owners;  a group of claims known as the Golden  Currie, Pearl. Rose. Erie, Silver King  and Gem, ow tied hy a syndicate of  i\l nn i real and j Vancouver people; the  Good Bye Jack, a free milling claim,  which is showing up very well under  assessment and is owned by H. J.  Brown of Revelstoke: the Seattle,  another free milling gold proposition  and others, too many to specify but of  which the general cliarac-teri'-t.ic0 are  the same and justify the belief that  Ground Hog Basin will with proper  Iran-portal ion    facilities  quickly   de-  from Trout Lake. Development done  on the Black Bear claim shews a vein  of four feet of solid galena running  through a g'ltigui) of fourteen feet of  conceiilraling ore. An average .assay  of the ore ruus 50 ov~. in silver, $1 in  gold and OS per cent. lend.  Aliuiil a quarter of a mile east of lhe  Black  Hear  is  the  Gem group of live  claims, at-says  from   which  have gone  500 oz. in silver uutl another quarter ol  a mile e.'isl of the Gem is  the Trapper  and Hunter group, from  whicli assays  have been obtained running 1:11)0 ov,. in  silver and  fjffll  in  gold.    Half n  mile  east of the Tnipperand I Inn tor lies the  Wide XVi'M group  running through a  lime,  dyke, 500  feel, wiile.    The ore  is  galena and   copper, assaying -10 oz. in  silver. $10 in golel. (il) percent, lead and  10 per cent, copper.    All   these  ledges  are very sli oi*g and well   defined  contact,  veins of  slate and limestone and  can  all   be  traced  over I.o the head of  Lexington creek, the next, tributary of  Lush   Creek   north  nf  Pool   creek, t he  Wide West ledge  cropping  up  again  in the Sitting Bull grouptuid the Hunter  and  Trapper  in   the.  Silver  Bow,  while the Black Bear can be also easily  traced      for      HO      miles   across   the  Lexington divide.  Avery striking and attractive feature of the Punl creek ore is the large  percentage of gold curried in it. The  development of thu creek would be  greatly assistetl by the construction of  tt trail running from Thomson's   Lund-  H  .- Mr. G. R. Maxwell, M. P., for Bnr-  i-.ird. is introducing an amendment tn  the Chinese Immigration Act. raising  the entrance fee from $50 to ������o00.  Last Sunday evening Rev. David  Richards, of Staples, Minnesota, who  is on his way to take up work at Kaslo. preached the sermon in St. Peter'.--  church.  Klondiker." still load every train to  the doors both specials aud regulars.  Theie are all kinds and condition*--  among them and all are aimeil to the  teeth.  The very latest and mn.it artistic  styles in wall paper. A big stock just  arrived at C. B. Hume it Co.'s. Call  and see samples. The linest lot ever  brought into town.  The Gladstone mineral claim at Ille-  rille.waet was put np at public auction  at the Columbia Ilou.ie or. Satuiday  morning and sold to P. MiCarthy, of  Calgary.  The I. O. O. F. will hold an at home  in their hall this .evening. All members are invited and have the privilege  of inviting their friends. A good programme will he provided and lefiesh-  nicnts will be served.  The Rossland Miner states that the  Gold Hills Exploration to Development  Co., of Toronto, which owns 40 claims  In the Lardeau-Dnncan country has  engaged the services of W. M. Ogilvie.  ' son of "KlondikeOgilvie,"as manager.  The company will do a large amount  of work on these holdings during the  cDmiog season.  The Financial Bulletin of London,  Eng., under date Feb. 5th says that  Mr. Otto Abeling. an eminent American engineer, who was invited to consult with the directors of the Goldlields of British Columbia. Ltd., has  advised them to immediately proceed  ���������with the erection of a large mining  plant and machinery. The shipments  from the Waverley assayed ������30 or $150  .to the ton.  iug on the east side of Fish creek,which  could he done with a very small grade  and would save a good ileal of useless  labor now experienced in getting to the  creek by the routes opened- up in Uie  past. The section is a rich and important one and well worthy the assist-  mice of the government in the way of  a substantial grain,.  Owing to llie warm weather the.  price of snow shovels dropped several  points again yesterday. Large holders  tire hanging on hoping for a rise.  Mr. F. L. Lemon went up tho mountain with the ski club hist Sunday and  got a nice photograph of the members  going up. but a snap shot tit Mr. Aman  on the homestretch left nothing hut a  streak on the plate.  The literary department of, the Epworth League, held their regular meeting on Monday night, when a splendid  programme of vocal and in.strunier.titl  music, recitations and readings was  rendered.  A freight train was ditched at Giiflln  lake on .Monday .-iftei-nooii and delayed  the No. 1 till seven o'clock next morning at Clanwilliam. A rock on the  track knocked off the engine ar.d four  ears. The engine* and one car went  down Iii feet. The wrecking crew  hive been at work all Monday "night  and yesterday at tho scene of lhe accident.  Next Sunday the Bishop of New  Westminster, who is expected to be in  town on Fiiday morning's Ir.iin, will  hold -an ordination of priests in St.  Peter's church: Tbe si-rmon will be  preached 'hy Veil. Ri; hard Small.  Archdeacon of Yale. The service will  commence at IT a. in. and it is particularly requested that all who attend  will remain to the end. At evensong  th'* sermon will be pieac-lied by the  hislvp.  AVING     p-ii-chased  tho Bo.vultsiokc store  from C, B.  Iluina & Co.,  xva   arc  ovurliiiiiliiig  the  stock,  tind "pulling   in   a  stock  usually  found in a  first c'ass store, and having hud considerable experience in this line, xvq  lind that cash'is the most  important    factor ~     consequently we have decided  to sell cheap for cash.  Agent for* the Bllcltensctorrer*  Typewriter  a        ii&~������?a        mm  Its  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Ete.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  The Revelstoke Photo Co.  Siltf  Studio:  Doi-cii.is Stiuiet.  Revelstoke,    -    -    -    B. C.  Trousers,  Pants,  Breeches.  (..ill 'them ..'hub you will. We  have the choicest lint*. that's to  he found anywhere in town.  Lots of them. All kinds. For  the roughest work or the swell-  t'st. dress. The low prices we  ask have made our tailoring and  ready-lo-wt-'iir business'the **uc'  cess it is.  ' R. S. WILSON,  The Merchant Tailor, llcvelstoke Station.  velopo into ;t very imp"~iriaut irc~" min  mg golel camp.  f. Mccarty, ..  Wnoi.E_i.iLn Ax������ Kr.rAii, Dkai.kr i**'  '  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton,  Sausage  For Sal;  j\ llnliy drtiiiil "uwi'.iiii'M' l'l'ian. rosewood  i'ti-*e!, In j'.i'rfi'ft oi-dc.\ Took tirel prize lit the  Chicago I'\|.ii*-IiIiiii. l'rlrt' Witt. Turin*., *.!.ni  caili.   Apple Mils' A: Cr.);;iiti, Calgary.       l'.J.il  Notice  Notice I.s hereby given lint leiplliiitiint will  bo miiile to the I'lir'nimuiit "l I'nii.iilii. at ll-  nexl .session, lor nn At t to 1 iii'.>s*|.i>r-iti* ti i-oni-  pnuv to be known ns "The L> nn Omul nn.)  bill ton Hallway Company." with pernor to construct, equip, opereite mill liiiiinttiin u railway  ol stiindard or nnv other gunge from n point nt  or near the lienel of l.ynn Omul, nuriliwiiril  along DiiUmi's Trail, or ns mini* thereto its prac-  tii'tible ton point nl or near Fori Selkirk, in  the Northwest Territories, with power to connect Willi nny rnllwnv in American territory,  nnil to construct, maintain tun! operate branch  lines nnil all iioce-ssiu-v roadways, bridges  nnel ferries, nml to build, own nnel maintain  wharves nntl eloeks ill connei'lion therewith;  to carrv on In the Province of llritisli Coliini  lila anil In tlie Northwest Territories llio  bnsiness'ot curriers, -forwarders nnil trans-  portiillon agents and till other business liieiel-  ent thereto or c'onuceteil therewith, mnl also  lhe business ol whnrllngers, shippers mill vessel owners; anel may for All or any of the sniel  purposes, puri'hase, holel, lctv-e or otherwise  ni'C|iiirc timber, limits, buildings, eloeks, works,  bunts, vessels, vehicles, goods, wares or nier-  I'lninilise nnil oilier properly ronl nnel personal,  movable ami immovable, nnel improve, extend, mnnngo, tloveleip, lease, mortgage,  exchange, sell, dispose of, eir turn to'iieeount  the same; anil may establish shops or stores  on the saiil lands; nnel mny puri'hnse nml  venel gonernl incri'liiindise, clothing, provisions, stores, iniielilncry nnel supplies, anil  may tle-.il In mineral products, ores, mines anil  pro'':ious metals, nml generally mny elo nil sni-h  other things as t'.ve iui-iilunliil or conducive to  the altiiiiitnent of the above objects; to builel,  acquire nnel opernte steam nud oilier vessels;  to Hike nml use water for generating eloctricily  nml to trniisfer ami elispose eif the power therefrom for lighting, hunting t'.nil motive purposes; with power also to eurry on the business  of n general muling company ur nn e'xiii-e.s.s  i-onipmiv ;��������� also to .own, manage nnel lease  hotels; "to acquire timber limits nnil iipornte  saw mills for the proiluctlon nntl snle of  lumber, nntl to mine anil develop minernl.  lanels; anil to carry on n general mining nml  ore smelting business Including the erection  nntl operation of smelters nnd concentrators;  with power lo expropriate hinds for the purposes of the company, nnd to acuuiro lands,  bonuses, privileges anil other aids from any  government, municipal corporation or other  persons or bodies, nnd to levy nnel collect tolls  from nil parties using anil on all freight pa-sing over nnv of such rone'.s, railway, ferries,  wharves nud vessels, nnd wilh power to make  tratllc or other arrangements with railway,  stean-.bont or other companies, nml for alt  olher noce.isavv or incidental rights, powers  nud privileges in that behalf- L.i:innii;|  Policitnr for uppliuunts.  Montronl, r-Oth December, 1S������17.  * afwflt  fc>  HOVELS*  Long handle, round point, long handle*, square point, D handle  round point, 1) handle, square point, scoop shovels.  SPADES-  And every variety of shovel made, is to he found' in my com-''  plele slock of hardware.     I  have a  full supply  on   hand anil  . carry a larger and better supply of shelf and  heavy hardware -  than has ever hfore been displayed  in-Revelstoke.    I  have on  the way several carloads of hardware,  bought at right, prices.  Goods well bought, are half sold.  W. M. LAWRENCE.  Hardware nnd Tinsmithlng  Painta .md CDs Furs Bought  Notice  Notice Is hereby given that application will  he made lo the 1'iirliniacut of f.nnudti, at its  next, session, lo Incorporate n compiuiy to be  known as "The Stickine nml Teslin  I,nke Itailwny (Joiiipnny" to construct a  railway to he operiitetl by bteniii,  electricity or other motive powc; from  Tori Wrnngell following the Klickitio Itlver  north to Telegraph Creek; from thenco to I'ort  Selkirk bv way of Teslin l.nke, with power to  divert tlie above road as maybe found most  suitable on future exploration ; mill with  power to construct, iiciiulrc, operate and liiiiin-  taln brunch lines, nml all necessary brielges,  roadwnvs, ferries, eloeks unit conl bunkers in  ce>nnoc-"iim therewith nnel railway stations  nud wnler tnnks; also to construct nnil operate  telegraph nntl telephone lines for the transmission of messages for tlie public; to builel,  acquire nnel ope'ratc stentn ami other vessels;  to take tuul use witter for generating elci'-  trlcitv nud to transfer nnd elispeise of the  '             Iicntlng  power therefrom for lighllii;  g nnel mo  il' you  want employment, or  looking for a house to rent  when you reach Vancouver  .apply to the  Vancouver Employment and  House Renting Agency.  331 Hastings SI., West.  Fish and Game in Season  Xarkets   at   Ilevolstoku,  Itevelstoke  Station,  Nakusp, Trout Lake City ami Ferguson,  fjatt " '       ~ -  POOL  CREEK  Rich Gold and Silver Leads Located in  This District.  Pool (Vcek, the first important tributary of Fish Creek on the east side',  rises in the same system of glaciers as  Lexiugioi*. and Royd Greek on the one  aide and the North Foik of the Lar-  tlen.i and the Duncan river on the  olher. It einpl-it" into Fish Creek six  miles from the month of the main  river. Two miles np the creek tbe  Mohawk group i������ located near a little  tributary of Poo! creek calli-il-Mohawk  creek, running in from the south.  There are eleven claims on the group  including the Alohiwk, Fresno. Blue  I.irtl, Iti*.s.-.tand. Hot. Springs, .Moscow  anil Venture. Considerable work hns  been done on the .Mohawk, oii which  three different leads are exposed at the  point where the group crosses the  cieek. The location is of course low  down and covered with timber so that  the character of the lead requires development betore it can lie ascertained  properly. The lead bas been stripped  on both sides of the creek, and on t.he  south side* a tunnel has been run in on  it, 300 feet up the mountain, cutting it  at about 2!) feet. {'Assays from this  claim have shewn 100 oz. in silver, .$11  in gold and 58% lend. The ore is of  very similar character to !h> Sil  vet* Cup ore. On the Moscow claim, which is owned by  Revelstoke parties, some shipping hns  been done and the lead shews up well.  Assays taken from other claims on  the group have gone as high as 5<i dollars in gold. "',..-'  Eight miles above the Mohawk the  Black Bear group is located, comprising ten claims. This group was the  lirst struck on the creek and was located in 1802 by T.jDowiiingimd Ben  Reamy, 'who penetrated into the then  unexplored   recesses    of  this  section  Mr. A. ."Johnson, of the Herald, returned from a trip to Cdgary and  Edmonton on Tuesday .morning. He  reports C.tlg-*.ry busy and P>Ji������������ntnn  booming. The Hudson Bay Co. at  I'.ilgary have ju������t received a. wire an  nouncing the coming of -100 Klonclik"rs  to outfit th'ire. The iwtivity of t he  C.aig.arians is exciting considerable  jealousy at Kilmotitoii, but both tow n**  are uni(,"d in arms ngair-.sl the M.uiii-  Mackeiv/.ie.- deal and ,if Frank Olivia-,  their Cirit nieuih'-r vote's for it. lii*-  tccep'ton on hi-, return will be the  cc.lilest, kind of fro"*t kr.r,wii"in history.  Kdin'mton is tbrongeel with Kl.m-  dikers- of all nation's, wheat i*. 73 < enti  a bushel, ciiyuses are aw i;,* up <-'!! the  lop she:lf and everybody is jubilant.  Tapping's Theatres  Nkai*. Statio:-*.  T'.KsT  IN" Till. jNTnilI0_l.  Kl'.IlCTKli 1S95.  Cor. Victoria Rd and Connaug-lit Ave.  A very strong fr-iine structure, SOxCG, two  .torey, er-i'li.ejciliiiR being 12 It. clean; a lirst  clh.ss .'tage' U,x:iO; two private boxes; two  eircsfir-g rooms, 12x1,') ft. each; changes eif  scenery; ver.tiliitorj; retlectors; 21 electric,  light.- Insinll-.l, arranged so as to suit any  -'.a-;'.' Ret; n^vnl ball room floor. Everything  e.,o;i.pi--'te*. A gooel piano and t-.ll the latest  modern improvements. Everything strictly  fir_t e-iass. Tu let only to respectable people.  No other, need apply. Charges moderate,  i.'lm "     It. T.vrPINO, Proprietor.  NOTICE  Notice  Notice is herein- given that application will  be mnele to the Parlic.tnunt of Cnnndn, nt lis  nuxt session, to incorporate n company to be  known as tin* llritisli Columbia nnd Northern  Knilwuv Com panv, to construct a railway to he  operato'd bv stuiini, electricity or other motive  power, from or on a point eii tlie Canadian I'ncille-  Itailwnf Companv near the town of Ashcroft lo  run in" a nurthwestei-ly direction along llie  vallovof the Frai-cr, bv Fort Stuart l.-ikc. n>  the liontl-w.iluM of thu ."���������'lickine Kive.-, nml  thence, nortli-jrlv. down lho valley of llio  Lewis Itiver to l-'ort Selkirk; with full power to  divert the above roatl as may be found most  suitable on future exploration ami survey of  engineer.., nnel with power to coii'Mruct.  :t'-q*iir.', oocr.ue and maintain lir.inch lines  and nil necessary bridges, culvert.i, roatl ways,  ferries, eloeks, con"l bunkers and wiitcr tnnk.. iu  ci.une.'tion therewith to miry train tlie l'ro-  vince of llritisli.Columbia anil in the Northwest Territories the business of carriers,  forwarders and transportation.agents nntl all  oilier business Incident thereto or connected  I herewith, and also the business of whr.rf-  ine*er?f shippers an.l vessel owners; nud may  for all or anv of the" saiel purposes, purchase,  hold, lease or eitlicrwise.aceiniri' timber, lands,  buildings, docks, works, bonis, vessels, vehicles, gooels, wnro., or merchandise-inul other  property real and personal, movable mid immovable! ; mill improve, extend, nuiiit'-tre,  elevelop, lease, mortgage, exchange', S'-ll, eii:;.  [iotc ol, or turn lo iiecouiu the same; niul iiuiy  establish shops or ..tores on the saiel l.unls; mid  ninv purchase anil vend general iiiei-chaiiiii.se,  cioth in-* .���������provisions,-- stores;��������� m nchii;er.\���������nnd-  supplies, nnd may deal in mineral products,  ores, mines and precious n-.e'.als, mi'l generally  mav do till such either things us m-e incidental  or conducive to the attainment of theali.ive  objects; lo build, I'.cq-.ii.-e nml operate .stcaiu  and other ve������.els; to take ami i;se water for  generating electricity nnd to transfer and elispose of the power therefrom, for lighting, heating and motive purposes; with power also lo  carrv on the bu.siness of a general trailing company or nn express ceimpnny; also to ov. n,  mniiage and leaso hotels; to acquire timber  liinit������ nnel operate saw mills for the production  and sale of lumber, nnel to mine an.l develop  mineral lands; nntl to enrry on n general mining inul ore smelting lm-iness. Including the  iTi'i'lion and operation'of smelter.* and ceui-  e'eneriitor.s.  McCOl-N' .t ENIilj.V*:", :  Attomevs,  I'ritUh C'.ilui'-.l-i.i and Northern 11. II. Co.  j:e_iiur.:nl,:'.-)tli Dccombcr, ISiiT.      : iifw'.U  \e purposes, with  power also to carry on the  usine.ss of a general trailing company or an  express company;   also to own, manage and  lease hotels;   to   ncqulre   timber   limits  nntl  operate saw mills for Ilm proiluctlon and sale  oi  lumber, nntl  lo mine nnd ilevelop mineral  lands;   and Jo curry on a general  mining and  ore smelting business, ineliieling the erection  and operation of smelters and ceineentratoi-.s.  IV. V. IUTCIIII'",  Attorney for applicants.  Montreal, :10th December, 1S!)7.  ,    -Notice  Notice is hereby given thnt application will  be inii'lo to-lhe l'nrlinmenl of Cnnndn, nt its  next session, to incorporate a e'Otnpnny to be  known ns the "Yukon mnl I'ncille Hnilwny  Companv," to construct a railway to be opcrateel bv' sleani, electricity or either motive  power from Skagwuv or Dyen to Lake Itenuett,  nnd from tbence bv'waler ami oilier menus to  I'ort Selkirk nud further lo Dawson City, nntl  from Tort Selkirk to n point nt or on ihe Orcnt  -"hive l.nke, with power to divert the nbene  mail as mav be found most suitable on future  exploration; and with power to construct, inquire, opernte and mniiitain branch lines, ami  ���������ill neccsarv bridges, roadways, ferries, eloeks  and conl blinkers in connection therewith;  nlso to construct nnd operate telegraph nnel  telephone lilies for the transmission of messages for lhe public; u> builel, acquire, lease  nnel oncrate sleiiui and olher vessels to lake  and use vnter for genci'sting electricity, nntl  to transfer and eii-peiso eif the power tberefr.im  for lighting, lici'.liug ami motives purposes;  with power nlso to carry on tlie lnisine*s of a  (.euuriil trading cuuipniiy or nn express e-om-  pui'.v; also to own, manage ami lease hotel-.;  to at'i|iiliu timlier limits nnel eiper.itu saw mills  for the production and sale of iuinlier, mid to  own and mine niv.l ilevelop mineral Innils; nnd  to carry on n general mining and ore smelting  business, Including the erecliein ami operation  of smelters an-.I concentrators.  OKOFI'j-ilON, IXHtlON A: ALLAN.  Montreal, 50th i'e.'embcr, 1S07. 2ftt!)l  Harry Edwards,  Taxidermist  Third  Street,  just  east   of   the  School House.  Deer Ifcnds, llirds and Animnls, etc., preserved  mid., mounted, Hall Orders promptly  attended to. Sdlm  Rhodesia.^  Restaurant.  and Boarding House,  Couxiai or Skcon-d Stiiket an*ii Oiiton Avenue,  Itr.vKi.SToKB Station. .  English Cooking under tho superintendence  of Mrs. Lnpworth.  Jlenls ut till hours. -    _       L  Cleanliness and civility our motto.    Terms  moderate.  2ftf MRS. LAI-WORTH, Proprietress.   ���������  J. Hariris & Oo<5  Calgary, Alta.  BIRTHS.  Lo.-"Tf->���������At Craigellaehie  on   Feb. 20,  the wife of Win. Loftus-, of a son.  DR.   R.  flATHISO'N  DENTIST  Will bent hit office; over Canada P.or,lc  .fe Drug Co.'s Flore, Uet-el-ttolci* .Station,  from Feb. 28th to March 15th. '(58.  Magic Liniment  Should lie in every household for burns  nnd 3-aids, all forms of swclltntm. fore  throat, whoopi-ig cotigli, cold on the  cheat, bitos cf insects and nil forms of  inflammation. Magic Liniment ij  superior to all othcrp.  A Terrible rabit-���������"ncfli  Many peoplo havo unconsciously become  vlctiTSto the terrible cocaine habit, through  lining tho catarrh powders which contain this  drug. Japanese i.n'a*'rh Cure doea not rank  among this class of catar'h cu-pf. It i" 11 thoroughly antiseptic pomade, which re:aehen the;  scat of the disease; relieves cold in the hend in  one minute, and thero is not a single enso of  caUrrh incurnbla, if this remedy is persistently  1,SCd'<_^<'W. A. Griffiths & Co.,  DiaGtii-sts, Kevelstoke.  To Contractors, Business Men  _.   or Families  P.J'T'lnai' anv amount of Rrcn.l from 1 to KiOO  lo>t*,*-. c:*:i e..,,-.- same on shortest notice from  P.KVKI.J-leji;!; .-TlTiON Bakkky, Our ov'-iis are-  !ar_r������nnd ,\ t, .-upable of turning e-,u: e.tie* ton  of hri'ii'. dm:-.-. Also flour at lowest jirlce-s l.y  llie, nt; ,.r vi.-..  Canned Goods, Confectionery and Fruit,  Fret*  Jelnvry   to  any  part of   city  cr   on  Revelstoke Station Bakery  i~.'!i7n i Hyland, i'roprietori.  It The Great Western Mines, Limited.  Notice is hor-fby given that the Annnal  Ge-.cral Mee.ting of shareholders of the above  nsmed roinrany will be belli at tho e:ompany'n  nfll-c. Revelstoke. J"ritlsh Columbia, on the;  ei<hth d.iy of March. IK>3. ftt 2 o'clok in the  HttJj.-r.oon, for the porp-vx* of Heeling oincent  for the ensuing year, and for all othi-r ge-nr-ril  purposes relating t������ ton management of the  CODPU7* A. B.. KIWCMIHB.  Secretary.  Itevelfl'okc, British Colnmhia.  February l.'.tli  18TI8. lllftf  CERTIFICATE OF IKIPROVEKIEHTS  NOTICK.  Ctll'J'l-.ll  l-IttimtlK MlNHHAI. CLAIM,.  Situate iu-the Illocillewaoi Mining Pivision of  West ICootcnnv Dislrict. Where located:  lleiiigauorlhurlv extension upon the Silver How ininer.it claim, near Copper Peak.  Take notice Hint I, Walter Pcott, ncling as  ngent for the l'ish Klver Copper and Silver  Mining Co., 1.1(1., I'reu Miner's Certilieate No.  PI,P.U. intend, sixtv davs from tho dr.tu hereof,  10 applv to the Stilling Itecorder for a cor-  tilion 10 'oi improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of the above el-aim.  ��������� j\nd further take notice that action, under  section 'le, musl be commenced before the  issuance of such certilieate of Improvements.   .  Dated this 11th dav of January, IMS.     lUjUlw  W. B. Pease.  TO   WHOM    IT   MAY   CONCERN  The ownerH of tlie Totvii'site: of  Burton Citv. il. <-!-. hereby Kive notice  thnt tlu-y will not be responsible for  any li.ibilitiet incurred or contracts  eniercel into on their be-half by A. M.  Beattie. or Vancouver, Ii. C. who bus  now no interest whatever in the said  Townsite.  W. II. HULL.  R.-H. BURTON.  FRANK fl. KOUKNK.  OwnerH of the Burton  City Townsite.  Dated-3tb. Feb., 1888.. 12Ht  Notico  yotlce is herebv given thnt nppHeniion will  be inaele 10 the" Parliament of Cnnn'ln, nt ils  next srs-ejon, to incorporate a e-onipniiy to he  known as "The Northern A Yukon Hnilwny  Company," to be (ipornted by .stentn, electricity  or other motive power, frenn Kilmonton lu n  northwesterlv direction by the Peace I'.iver  down through Teslin Lake*, and to build .si.urs  to tlie benel waters of the Mndcciij.lu Klver.  with [jJiner to divert the above rontl ns may be  found most suitable: on further exploration  and siirvcv, and with power to construct, opernte nnd maintain brunch lines anil all ncuey*  ssry bridges, roadways, ferries, docks ami coal  bunkers in connection therewith', railway  stations, waler tanks, etc.; also to construct  nml operate telegraph mid telephone linos for  tlie transmission of messages for the public; to  carry on in Die Province of Uritish Columbia  nnel in the Northwest Territories tlie business  of carriers, forwarders and tninsportioii agents  anil nl. other business incident thereto or con*  niTti'd therewith, and also the business of  wharllnge'r-i, shippers and vcsel owners; nnd  may for all or anv e.f the said purposes, purchase, bold, le'asej or otherwise acquire timber,  lands, huilelings, docks, works, boats, vessels,  vehicles goods, wnro or merchandise anei other  property, real nnel personal, movable and iiu*  movable-, anel improve, exteuel, manage, elevelop, lime, ine.rtgnge. exchange, sell, dispose  of, or turn to account the same; and may  establish sbopii or stores on the sniel lnmls; ami  mny purchase: ami veiiiel general merchandise,  clothing, provisions, stores, machinery and  ��������� nppliC", and may deal In mineral proelucts,  ores, mines and precious inetals, nnd generally  may elo nil such other things as arc incidental  or conducive to the attainment of the nbovc  object", to bnlld, nceiuire and operate steam  anel othi*r vessels; to tnke and use water for  gene'rating electricity and to transfer ttntl dis-  pe'isc of lhe power therefrom for lighting, heating ami motive purposes, wilh power also to  carry on the business of ft general trading  company or nn express company; also to own,  manage nnd lease hotels; 10 acquire timber  limits and operate sn-.v mills for the production  nnd snip of lumber, nnd to mine and develop  mineral binds; and to enrry on a general mining lend ore smelting business, including the  erection nnel operation of smelters and concentrators.  EDMliM) GUEKIN.  Attorney for the Northern anel Yukon Ry. Co.  Montreal, 30th December. 1S1~7. 2iw������t  nre olfi'i-injr :i grout  ' (-, variety of  W1101_.HSAI_.IS l)EAI-.KltS   IN  OATS,   HAY  and Chopped Feed.  Carloads shipped on short notice.  " Correspondence solicited. 12JatI  A Shave  A Haircut  A Bath  Smoking Tobacco  , ...       Chewing Tobacco,   ..  Choicest Cigars  Big- Assortment.   Confectionery. Fruits, Etc.  -j. j������. ':M:o:RC3-A::r<r  Tonsorial Artibt,'  I'iiont Street, Kevelstokb.  01SARS!  .    CIGARS!  G. J. AMAN,  .���������  The English Tobacconist.  -jtND-  JOB PRINTING AT THE HERALD  Coffees  Salt Meats,  Salt Fish,  Eggs,  Butter  and Groceries of all sorts of Al  quality and condition.  HAY, FLOUR,  FEED.  W. B. PEASE & CO.  REVELSTOKE, STATION.  JASJcMILLAN&CO.  INCORPORATED.  EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS.  200-212 Pirst Ave. North.    .  MINNEAPOLIS,    tVHN.Di.  Branch,: 55 wharfstTVICTORIA,B.G.  J. fit.. BROWNE. Manaoer.  ^-Shipments Solicited. 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