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 j/Tfy C4t&<xti  /  A  y  \^t.  /  r-T  -ISSTTIEJD   TWIOE-A-WEEK- WBD1TESDATS    A._CSTI_  ' SA.-C-TU/nD-A-TTS-  Vol. II.    No. 80.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  tn ^ 1  ���������   -.  _5������_-_-5___ags_-_afi_g5_H__a������-^  Hudson's Bay |  Company  [iNCOnrOK-lTCD 1070  I  ���������'-    ���������  The  Most  Up-to-Date  Outfitters a  in Western Canada.  Intending Prospectors should write us ������.  for one of "our new Folders, which g"  contains an excellent Map and an tb,  estimate of tho probable cost of a $.  complete outfit lor the Gold Fiolds. t,  Hudson's Bay Stores,     K  Calgary. &  C__.__Y, Feb. 1  1808. ,    (_  5?3?3gSggSg2_-3^-S������?Sy .  Haig & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  {Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  C. B. Hume  &Co.  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  r   Bolicitor for Imperial Hank of Canada.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave.,- UevelstoKc Sta.  Monev to Loan.  W. White. Q.C. "     J.M.Scott. n.A..LI���������B.  F. L. Gwillim.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers.   Solicitors,   Etc. "  Companv funds to limn at 8 per cent.  . OJ-c'es: ,-JIobons.BanV Block: .   -  First Street." Revelstoke Station,' B.C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Deaier and Drayman.'  :~~xaTlng and delivery worka-sperla'ty.' Teams  always teadv on shortest notice. .Contract* tor  Jobbing taken. ������)^~* Agent for the Standard  Oil Company.  DENTISTRY  DR.. EDMONDS,  (Successor to Dr. Mathison.)  Teeth extracted painless.   Pentistrv In all its  branches.     Office  over   the Canada Drug A  Honk Co.s' store.  DRESSMAKING  MRS. TEMPLE.  (Formcrlv of Toronto.) ���������   ,  Opposite Molsons Hank, First Street.  Dressmaking In all its branchc.   Tailor-made  costumes a specialty.  A good Singer Sowing machine for salo cheap.  FRIDAY  BARGAIN SALES  THE LATEST    '  OREGON SAILORS  Ladies' and Children's Shoes  Manufactured by Todd A Bancroft <_ Co.  of Rochester, New York  Air Tight  Heaters  21, _2, 23, 21 inch  Box Stoves  18, 22. 25. 28, 30, 3G inches  Cook Stoves  $7, $8. $9 $io,  with or without extensions or ranges  Parlor Stoves  Base Burners.  Gurney'!, Self Feeders  Great  Departmental  Store  Bourne  Hardware  Cut Nails  ALL SIZES  Wire Nails  ALL SIZES  Finishing Nails  ALL SIZES  Villa Locks  Inside Door Set.**,  Outside Door Sets.  Rim and  Mortise Locks  ALL KINDS  Plain every day  talk_____aa_s__.  That's best for us and yon when  we come to talk business.  We do li.isiness in a business like way.  credit ynu with common sense and  treat you as if you possessed it.  We believe yon will purchase  where yon can purchase best.   Wc  , are continually trying to make  this the best pluce ; tell us if vve  haven't succeeded in yonr case.  Onr vvuy is wide, plain and straight,  forward denling, a quiet indisputable sta. .men t of facts in our  advertising, backed up by brain,  energy and capital steadily gaining  the confidence of tho people. Our  liu.iness is ..established on honest  principles;   we   make  friends by  - truthful statements, and we always  give VALUE RECEIVED to every  customer.  AN   IMPORTANT   DEAL  REVENUE    ON    THE   MOHAWK  LEAD SOLD ON MONDAY  THE BOND HAS BEEN TAKEN UP  And the Money Paid Over���������Another  Property on Pool Creek to be Put  Under Development^-A Rich Lead  With the Promise of Ja New Camp in  Near Future ��������� Pool: Creek Properties  Last August'a bond was given to  Mr. Otto Abeling on the Revenue) on  the Mohawk lead on Pool creek, and  on Monday the deal .was put through  by AV. B. Pool anel the cash paid over  to the owner, Arthur Ellis. The  Revenue is situated '.on Pool creek,  about" eight miles from Thomson's  Landing, and is reached by a fii stela ss pack trail. There is plenty of  timber and witter on the claim' for the  purpose of mining. The ore is of a  similar character to that, found on the  Beatrice and is on the twine ledge.  Beyond all doubt-the Mohawk lead  lias the best showings-"of nny lend in  the whole of Kootenny today. It has  been the wonder of .'all uiining men  who have visited that district. With  the'extensive development work now  being done on the Beatrice*, the Mohawk lead (should be. we'll advertised  and will bring the Pool creek camp  into prominence next year. Itis the  intention uf Mr. Abeling lo push development work on the Revenue, and  the Hkuald wishes the new owner  every success. A shipping mine vvill  be the result of the work at an "early  date there is no doubt.      -.  CLOSING LONDON OFFICE  THE B.C. GOVERNMENT.GETS  A SCORCHING  IT WAS VERY FALSE ECONOMY  CLAIMS NEAR FERGUSON  PROPERTIES THAT WILL MAKE  THE LARDEAU HUM  TRANSPORTATION NEXT SEASON  Clothing*  Clothing  Short bul. to the point���������There's news  lo-day concerning oilers in Mens'  and Boys' Clothing and "Furnishings, which deserves more newspaper space that it will get. It  will prove profitable reading. This  , is the time of year you need a new  ... suit, new underwear, in fact a new  outfit. The selection of these  goods is prominently important,'  namely, price and value. We  have established a^reputation for  our Clothing on its merits and low  ���������pricesr^-This season-we intend-not  only to retain that reputation, but  to make a nevv record. We will  sell our clothing afc such low figures  .there will not be any need of our  advertising them in the paper; tho  .,   " prices will sell the goods.  Boots and Shoes  THY OUR  CP  Norwegian  Emulsion  Of Cod Liver Oil  An elegant combination  most pleasantly flavored  and agreeable to the taste  Contains 50 per cent." of  purest Norwegian Cod  Liver. Oil.-.  Bring  Your  Prescriptions  To  Us  Chas. E. Reid & Co.  JU  w&  Hammers  Disstan Saws  Planes. All Kinds  Claw and Lathing Hatchets  . Louisville Restaurant .  opposito Coursicr's.  Meals served at all hours, day  eit- night.  Antonl KoBochci, Proprietor.  E������s__s_n_s������������_^^___������nipS3Si_-__S)~'tx  Tar Paper  Building  Paper  WHITE     LEAD.     PAINTS     AND  PAINT BRUSHES,  BOILED  AND RAW OIL  and many olher lines which  Builde~_  may want.  During the coming week special  prices will be given upon all the above  lines.  C.B. Hume & Co.  galore  At the lowest prices ever offered to  Revelstokers. Genuine Bargains,  Biggest Value for yonr money.  Working men will do well to visit,  our store and examine the goods  and the prices.  For the rainy  weather  See  that you are prepared.  Rubbers  Rubbers  To open the season with in this important department we . have just  received 50 cases of mens', women's  and childrens' rubbers, the best  quality, (Gi-.inby) and we will offer  them at extraordinary low- prices.  Remember  Every item in this rolnmn means  greater values and better bargains  than you ever got before. These  are golden opportunities ��������� for those  who rise with the sun. Will you  be one to take advantage of them.  ������^-Mail Orders Carefully Clled.^t7  Bourne Bros.  OH THE JEATRICE  The Property Bonded by "the Boucher  ,". ,' "���������'" '.   Bros., LoolCs1 Well ./J->-~ *'  Most encouraging reports are-, being  received concerning the Beatrice, rin  tho Lardeau.' recently-bonded by O. J.  and Joseph Boucher. No. three tunnel at the foot of t.he hill has been.run  00 feet and vvill probably crosscut the  ledge in a few days. Those who are  doing lhe work say that at the bottom  of the shaft they, drifted on tin* .vein  to the surface, a distance of 03 feet,  and at tho top of the shaft they have  been drifting and crosscuLting about  30 feet.  A large . ore. ��������� house hiis been  built at the mouth of No. 3 lunnel,and  S2 sacks are stored there ready for  UliipineTiEr There-is Hltogebher~332  feet of work   done   on   the   property.  Snow began falling on the property  about the middle of September and nt  present there are between three and  five feet, on the claims nnd it is a big  nuclei"takmg to get up or dovvn. The  force of men vvill be increased ns soon  as a rawhide trail can be constructed.  ���������Trail Creek News.  What  Makes  a  flan  More miserable than  an ill fitting, uncomfortable suit. We can  fit you, as well as your  pocket-book, In fact  vve arc making suits  to order at prices that  scare the ready-made  clothiers. All new  styles. See us if you  want to look wer  dressed in your ncx  suit.  "_ ^  What's tho chief feature ol made to ordor  clothing���������the (it, isn't it? Well, that's the  feature about which we're mort particular  If it doesn't fit you, you don't have to keep it  But it will tit you if we /?i r\T~~_ IN!.f~>  make It. Our estab- "_*__,-_ 1 11 Il>U.  lishment has at its head oneof the best cutters  'in tbo I'rovince and many critical men who  heretofore patronized Eastern tailors have  testified to onr ability to fit them faultlessly  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  The   Schoolboy  Tactics  of the   Local  Government Calls Forth a Storm  of  Condemnation  from Officials,  Financiers,   Shareholders  and  the    Press���������  Wouldn't Even Send a Box  of  Ore  London Correspondent of the Rossland Miner  What is the nevv  British Columbia  government up to? - First it closes the  London oflice and then  it refuses lo  participate officially in the proposed  mining   exhibition    to   bo  held   here  next year.     The   group   getting   the  Ihe     latter      aifiiir     together     has  not    done    much   at    present, - lint  any   elfort   made   to   enlighten   the  public regarding tho mineral  wealth  of the province is deserving of recognition, and it vvouid not   have   done  the government any harm to promise  to send a box or two of representative  ores so thnt   those  persons who are  shareholders    in    British    Columbia  companies could go and   sec the kind  of'mineral deposits which are to  in  due   time .become    dividends.     The  closing of the London oflice is a more  serious affair.    It vvas slated that the  government,     sifter   getting   rid * of  Vernon,     contemplated    placing    ils  affairs  in  the  hands   of   a   firm   of  estate agents in the city.    Their con-  el net drew forth a  storm   of  condemnation from officials, financiers, shareholders and the press.     To shut off -ill  available supplies uf inform.ition - wns  too bad." The. situation was admirably  summed up by Sir Charles Tupper. in  an interview with him a few days ago.  He said he vvas sorry, indeed,  to hear  that the   oflice. of the   agent general  for British Columbia had been shut.  " 1 consider it.of. tbe "utmost importance." ��������� said -Sir   Charles,  .V-that .the  government ���������   of    British    Columbia  should have  a   well   iiifortn.e'd agent  here, thoroughly acquainted with sthe  province, anil  able;   to  give   persons  interested   in   this   country    reliable  information,     particularly      at    the  present time,  when'so  many events  of momentous importance in. the- development 'of  British    Columbia are  happening.       The    interests  of    the  province  demand  that   there should  be some agency for the distribution of  accurate   information    regarding the  country.   So in  the development   of  British Columbia and Canada generally, that it is absolutely indispensable  that statistical and other' data should  be  readily"forthcoming    from-simie  oSice situated in the city." Sir Charles  seemed to think that .the decision in  question would  probably be  followed  up   by   the   appointment    of  a new  agent-general   in   London,   and    if a  rumor current in that cily is correct,  the British Columbia government has  already  regretted - its * mistake    und  speedily endeavored to atone for the.  bad impression previously created by  the decision to close the  Westminster  agency.    Let ns hope lhat this is true*,  for   it   would   bo   a   piece    of    gross  stupidity to let the new man  have his  oflice    up   in   Victoria  street   Westminster, fur from the haunts of business men.   It is  in the city that wo  want information; it is iu the cily that  the London agency should be located.  A. N. Smith.  Baker and Confectioner.  fi_^-"~Vedding cakes tc the Queen's taste.  Charlie Off to China  Charlie, Trail's Chinese launelryiii.'in.  who was captured in the United States  has had his trial in the court at Great  Falls. Mont., and has been ordered  deported to Chinn. The woman with  whom he eloped has been sent back lo  her husband at Revelstoke.--Trail  News.  Arrivals at Halcyon Hot Springs  The following are registered at the.  Halcyon Hot Springs:  Dan Murphy, Joe Brady, R. Gordon,  F. L. McNeill, John Derme, Sandon;  J. Edwards, Revelstoke; .Toe. Gull  smith, Rossland; C. V. Armstrong,  Kamloops; W. Hunter, Silverton; A,  Turnbull, Kamloops; Hugh Suther  land, wife and daughter, Slocan; D. J,  Beaton, Winnipeg; Robt. Tapping,  Revelstoke; S. Sutherland. Ferguson;  E. J. Cumin, Nelson; E. M. E. Mums,  Rossland; Mr. Martin aud wife, C.P.R.  Hotel. Banff; G. A. Macdonald, San-  dou; J. Albert Dalton, Sherbrooke,  Que.; P. Macdonald. Nelson; N. K  Johnson, Winnipeg; J. A. Lillis, Ross-  laud; T. Mayne Duly. Q.C, Rossland;  : M. E. McDonald, Nakusp.  A RAILWAY  ACCIDENT  A SPECIAL CARRYING SOLDIERS?  AND MARINES DERAILED  TWO   KILLED THREE  INJURED'  Almost a Certainty and Nothing Remains but to Get the Ore to Smelters  ���������The Lardeau Bound to Surpass the  Slocan���������Property Holders in That  District Well SatisBed���������Other   News  MOUNTAIN VIEW AND   BLUE JAY  Are located at the head of Silver Tip  creek and is reached by way of the  north fork of Laideau creek. A  vvngon road extends for a couple of  mill's up this strenni and after reaching it, a-tra.il leads up to the properly  by,way of tho Big Five claim. The  ledge is about 15 feet in width nnd  contains from sis -to twelve inches of  clean ore, the balance being good concentrates. Returns from assays taken  on the clean ore and concentrates  mixed give $57 to the ton in silver.  The lead is very strong and extends  plainly in sight for over 1800 feet and  ore has been knocked from it .at  intervals for the entire distiineev. The  property is owned by Messrs. J. and  P. Comerford. Considerable" work is  being done on this property iind so fai.  tlie operations have heen very satisfactory.'"  : ' BRUCE r   '  This claim is situated about three-  quarters of a mile northeast from  Ferguson and is approached by a trail  leading from that town. Tlie ledge on  this propetty is'about 40 feet wide and  curries galena and carboniitesi Samples of llie carbonates have been  assayed and gave returns of $22 in.  gold. The Bruce adjoins the Oriental'  and is on the Great Northern lead. It  is owned by Arthur Cunningham. J  ,   , J      coppekXqueen group  'This group comprises three' clntme.  the Copper Queen, Silver Cop No_:'*2'  aiid the Montana^' nnd is situated on  the mountain side'about'fdur'/iniles  down the lake from Trout Lake City.  The lead on these claims is very well  defined and hus been worked considerably. Assays from the' product  of the operations gives $10 and seven  ounces silver. o  A_H_.RIO.__~  This property is situated at the head  of Haskins creek, a tribntary emptying into Haley creek, about two Yniles  from its mouth. Tlie lead, about 14  inches in width, lies in .1 formation of  gray slate, and carries a - galena "ore  which assays from 00 to SO ounces of  silv'ei".nnd_S0__pc;i___c"ent. Jeud.. - AH the  work done, and it is considerable,  shows the vein to be continuous, also  that the quantity .and quality of the  ore remains unchanged. A good trail  commences about IJ miles from the  foot of Trout Lake and leach! np the  mountain, about fonr miles, lo * the  claim.  THEAUtrti'  This group lies about four miles  north of Trout Lake nnd' two miles  from the Silver Cup mini", and is  reached from 8 mile., down the lake by'  a trail leading to the property. The  cue is a quartz gaitgue carrying"tralena  nnd gold and lies in a formation of  black slate and porphyry, which cm  hi* traced clear across the claiui _. The  ledge is ahout. five feet in width and  has heen worked extensively giving  returns of 23 ounces silver and S53  gold. The ore shipped vvas taken out  by way of Trotit Like City to -Thomson's Landing, o  DLACK DIAMOND '  Is located between the smith " fork  of Lardeau creek and Haley creek, aiul  is reached by a trail starling from the  foot of Tront Lake and exleneling a  distance, of five miles to the property."  JClie lead contnins a body of clean ore  ranging from 12 to IS inches in thickness, the character of which is a mixture of galena, iron and copper, lying  between walls of lime and slate. Assay  values average #87 ounces silver, $1&  gold, 42 per cent, lead and 3^ per cent.  copper. The work done on this claim  consists of an open cut of 20 feet and'a  tunnel of 8 feet, showing the vein at a  depth of 25 feet to be increasing in  value. The Copper Leaf.-an adjoining  property, is staked on a parallel" lead  which shows about 12 inches of yellow  copper ore lying in a slate formation.  Very little work has been'done on this  claim, but what has resulted in returns from samples- taken freun the  workings, ot $73.82' copper * value, 18  ounces silver, 7J pefc-rit!, -Ie'a__* and  82.60 gold.  The Soldiers and Marines Were En'  Route to Esquimalt���������The Engine,'  Two Baggage Cars and Three Colo-'  nists Off the Track���������A Broken   Rail'  the Cause of the Accident  c  Winnipeg, Nov. 1.���������At iab' yester-,'  day   morning   while   the   westbound'  special p issehger train' with' the Bfit-'  iiii Government sailors and iii .Vines",  were passing a point 1' I-SJrniilesfejas't of.  Margach���������the setohcV station' east.of  Rat Portage���������the tender of the engine,'  baggage cars,  and1 four colonist cars"  were derailed.   The engine with the'  exception of tlie rear driving wheels'  reniiiiiied-ontlie track.     The-tender,^  two baggage cars-and three colonist  cars" 'went  over    the - embankment,* " ,  whicli'is ten or fifteen  feet high and' ��������� *  were   considerably    damaged." *   The  fourth colonist car left-the rails but'  remained upright- on.the  ties.   The'  cnuln-Hssni-y car and   sleeper' on   the'-  rear end were not derailed." - F. Fleck-*   *  ney  and .W. .Miller!   hoy's  from" the!  traiuingsbip . 'Agiiicourt,..  Chatham,',  England, were killed,  Samuel Harri-J  son, stoker from _Edirihu'rgl_;a'ndTb'o������."  '.  Burns,- ordinary seaman, were Injured. *   -  also a man  naiiied" SViniVSmith'  from',-"  Paplneauville, Que., who,was borrow-* * ���������  ing'a ride, having got on the" traiii*- be-""--'"  tweon'two cars".at Hawk7lake.'"He? "  had his "right ai-iii 'broken.*.' ~A train of"':  coaches to replace "those damaged.' Was' ,"  stai ted   from   Winnipeg . early ."thW  morning. The passenger, and baggage , '  are now  being-transferred" and will'  .  reach" this    ciiy' this' evening ��������� The '.  .injured men  vy'ere'attended  by" their *���������������  own doctor who was"on the train, aj������_.,<~ -  other medical help was immediately*,.'  sent froin R-it'Portage."_The _*iise'-o_.\*  the accident wns a .broken rail.'']Tbo*  track at this point is-J|������id| with-heavy.,'>  72 pound steel-and'lo~~|ji~^j~������|^e'~fcutf*  cover!hg������th"re_i.tle8*r"J- -^Jr'St?-! J ' ~i    .-"  . MISS JA^-MONSBS'-,  .;/  What the Troy. Recdfd-Saya'-^U^iit _:&&���������������������������  Remarkable Wpman-^-Her" Atjiifif*"''''8"4 '  "Bleak House" WM__ft__n__3_������.   " "  Ftom the Troy Reco-d: T I_ut"iilnht_t."  it was refreshing "to   look   upon   the ',-d'  audience     lhat      witnessed     "BlealB^X  House*."     Most   of ' tlie.se   present txrf'  some time during their life had- fallen  under   lhe   magic  spell... of    Charles *  Dickens had  hceii-enthralled by. the '  ~vvo~iTdeVfal���������power���������of���������his���������riiatciiiess-  sloi-ic"-. iitTd vvithh-th'rill remember yetn  the "oltl old tales of human misery and *  despair that darkened  the  pages 'of ^ -  tliat-iiiimni-tal.  Miss Coombs, as Lady. Dedlock,  was*'".,  a revelation.   The curtain had scarce- ���������"  ly risen   before* the   strong dramatic "��������� ���������  subtlety" of the vvoafan  couTd'be eeen'v  to fall upon   the   house * lite'" a"spell, ������������������  oaliii-aud  subdued   the 'actriss " was **"  comp!etelyposse������sed of; all -th"-  exact-,"  iv.g situation's of the ���������" plAy an" aroee *  faultlessly to each 'ctili'lix.-  ttdr't-are- '  ful guarding of her'secfet in tht?''scene1."  where Tv.lkinghorn sntvject8'"ht'r 'to' u '  it-OS-s-eXaiiiin-.ifinti 'to'   extol _  a    con- "  fessitiu. her forteil 'ch'hiposurti during ���������  her ngony, and finally'- her' defiance of '  Tiilkiuglinrii after he" had gained pe>- *  ssessilin nf the letters which places her  in his power, were masterly,' and  the *  house rang again nnd"agaih with np-'  plaus'e.' Iri the fourth*lict where Lady  De'ellbck'disclos'es he'r identity to her '  rhihl, it is no exaggeration to'say that  ������he audiencevvas hathed-Mif t^Ars for"'  the reperitantrmothft-.-  It was peVhaps'the most"' remarkable '  hit of character work ever seen in the '  city, the Hor tense of 'Jane Coombs  "will'bot Ve foi got! eft-hy> anyone who"  has ever* witnessed it/ It* was pre- '  vaded by a crafty.' revengef Al. passion- -  ate. reckless delivery- that" was start- '  lifig. The snpportinff company was "  very good' indeed: The' return engagement of Miss Coombs | will be-'  looked forwardto with much interest. ���������  _3  Naval Activity iri BHt___ '  London, Nov. 1.���������Although at tho "  present time thel-e is *a sllfeht hill in '  the excitement regarding tbc. F&shoda '  question, naval and  military*activity -  continues "   unabated.     The1 ' British "  emergeniV sqitadrorr _6_"n(it-_'\aja_.inb- '  ling at Davenport. "  Three fit_it-clas{t *  battleships have already ~art-ived:*  A. "  very significant incident'iri tin flee tion '  with tbe" naval   preparation's "*is "the '  fact that the press has been notified '  not to publish any information which  might' prove' useful" to" a'-poMlblei-'  enemy. Rtjveisiukt.   Herald  Po hlls-iKl ic luiuresw ot  Kevol.-Oke, Lardeau,  Bier Bend, Ttoui L.l o  Uloctllew-Oi, Albtfri Canyon, Jordan  Pass aud Eagle fuss Dl-triotB.  A   JOHNSON Proprlet    .  A Beml-Weokly Journnl published tn lh.  I������ltr__u of Kenelsloko ami llio _urrounalr._  district, -Wednesdays and .Suturdai s, making  ;jo������e������ connections wlm nil tmlns.  Advertising Raws: Dispiay ails, 31 -V) pei  column lacb. 92.IX) per Inch whunlnsertidou title  page. Ij������k_1 aeis. 1__ p. r inonpurcili lluu tor  _r������t lnsertlwo ; 80 for oosti addlli-mal insertion.  Heading notices, lio purlinu o.'icb lesuo. Birth,  ,;������-r ������ge and l>cath nullum, Iroo.  -tutwcripilon K������io������: By null or carrier. M 00  . .1 anuum ;   . I."A for six months, sirlclly In  ,&liur J6*j"Uep_rtincnt: 1MB l'������ii*l.i' .lob  .������jp_nment la-onu ot the ouoi ������.i~itj>t������i������  nrlnUnaomceeln Weil Kootenay. "nil li pro.  pared to execute) nil kinds of printing In llrsl  class style at hone������t prices Ono prico to all.  No Job toolarge-nOBOtuo small���������for us. Mail  srtlara promptly attended to.   Ulvo us a trial  011 ion inn  NO    DRAWING    BACK    NOW  SENSATION   OK   T__E   FASHODA  CORRESPONDENCE  o'DTouraextorder.          To Ocrrrjpondcnls: We lm correspond.  toe _ an any subject of Interest '.o lb������ iccneml  nubile, aud donlrc a r'-llabl. retiular oori-ou-  uondott In every locali' surrnunilltitc  HevcUlokc. Inallc-ses lliu boi.a llde ncin.o  ci the writer nmslaccompany inanuscrlpl, but  col nocejisarlly forpubllcaiio-j.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Kevelstoko. ti. C  ���������fl-ICE TO CQRRESP0NDEN1S,  All    :orri'-|n  Ucj.   r. one-I-  .       T..~p  ���������    .1    I  ������tt-no������*    inu^i     bu  . ut in   p-ipur only.  i-ii.-l. i.i.t.K       l"  'i-glbli  The Dreyfus Affair and France's Danger  ��������� Land   Still   DuprcciaLliig���������Omdut-  man Again  From  Our  Own  Correspondent.  o" tiie writer.  of..:  1   ..��������� ...u r.-    I ���������  Up *f   lti.1,,1 D ll CU .  npp...  .. . >!lli_     U ,  '.',,1 ' I   '.Hr.  Hmt_i.I).  L0111I011. Ocloljcr I'i,���������The I'sisl 101I11  uui-i-CHpiinili'iire published ycsturiltiy  litis fui'iih'lii'il tiliiiusl llie solo topic ol'  OimverBHiloii In political circles today.  Everywhere ll Is I'ccognl/.cil Unit Hie  inei-o fticl of lhe pulillcutlon of tlu~ du-  Bpulchcs whilo the subject is still  uniler diiicusslon Is extremely _ii"ni-  llcuiU. J.'jrd SiillBl;iiry, as I heard it  expressed today, * has "burnt his  bejalH." There' can now lie no drawing  buck on the pari, ol' Hid lirilish guv-  crnment, mill tlio situation woulel undoubtedly be regit riled us very serious  were 11 not for lho conviction, which  is very strongly hold, Unit, the French  government will 'yield rather ihan  face the alternative. The marked  chango of lone whicli has conic over  lhc "Nation," a journal which is-,  known to draw ils Inspiration from  oilicial iiiiarlers is uot tlio least welcome feature of tho simatlou; bul 11  good deal of curiosity Is fell us 10 tin  ultltudc which will be taken tip by  the other organs of public opinion in  the. French capital.  THE DREYFUS AFFAIR  I have suid but littlo in these lot-  Richmond Guardian: "Sir Wilfrid'tors of the Droyfus alTuir. .U I rtfer  denies many of llieso anti-election to it this wools it is becuuso il has  promises, some of his colleagues on become by this tii~ii~ a mailer of world  the other hand tell us that they have wide Interest, Dreyius is by Uns  all been fulfilled; and still the world lime 1101 only a Jew who was unfiur-  wonders and will nol bo convinced iy and illegally convicted: he litis be-  that king Grit is any better than come the pivot on which tho destinies  king Torv; while the supporters o������ 01' the world arc hanging. Nn om,  the old regime, day In and day out are disputes   thai  he   was    illegally  exposing jobs and scandals of all sorts, vicicd.        "���������"    -   extravagances  Hint  far  outweigh  the traitor  worst that were ever charged against thing is  the old regime.   It is a sickening record, and compels one to exclaim "a  plague  on   both  your  houses."  o"Verily, there has been no reform;  it is the old policy and tho old nvefch-  ods exposed and practised by new mcu.  "We have oniy the old roundly denounced  system  of protection.      Tho  WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  An Awful Record  1S.S.  con-  lio    may      have    beon      a  or    he      may    not. One  certain. The court which  condemned him hud no business to ch.  so. It condemned him on evidence  that would nol he aelmissabic even in  .1 court martial in this country, ot.  evidence, which was not tltsclcseil tc  the prisoner or his counsel. The  French government hns determined  to revise the ease, but of the result ol  old, By litem of contract, of favoritism, the revision no one can feel certain.  of railway' subsidies, of needless ex- Th best men in France have, almos.  pen di lure" in public buildings; the unanimously, como to believe in ic  same system of acceunt keeping by vision, but what or the .lingoes, lhc  which deficits are made to appear as ignorant, the far.nl Ifs,? Already two  surplus; six instead of three private Ministers of War have resigned rather  cars for transporting the sacred per- than incur the odium of revision. No  sons of ministers over the railways 0110 can Loll w'nni revolutions will bt  1 with yachts in addition). Tho men mado nt the trial, ll. may be that it  who despised "tin.pot. titles' aro tak- will show lhal France is honey  ing them with avidity, and thoso of com bed with traitors, and thai ever  them who h_vei.no title tiro knocking tin.* tinny i-iiiinoi be Iriisied. JC that  at the Imperial patent ollice for them, is so, whnl will be llio result*'  "It  is   all   satisfactory _to  the  Grill T1IK j-iangEU TO  I'EAC.Ji  fraternitv���������so   much   so "indeed   thai j . ��������� . 1  now thev are calling for peace���������and' WM the finny chiefs passively allow  finalitv: ' no more changes in the the evidence of their treachery to ho  tariM;' and the rest���������the things that mailo public? There lies lho real dan-  used to make their blood boil wheu got* to the. peace of France nnel lhe  practised bv the Tories, are. to remain world. General Btuiselifli prad.ically  undisturbed". It has proved to them threatened a cout-il-ctnt. nl  to bo eminent)v wise to 'spend moro'.trial in ce-rtiiin eventualities,  on the lines of lhe old 'Tory policy,' general has since resigned,  to go on adding to tho debt, to pur- spirit still  animates  we must be luslug heavily, if wo buy  twico as much tis wc sell; but llie  truth ol' the muller is llml our li'tm-  HiiullcmK as sellers and investors bring  us such I'lionnoiiK profits Unit In the  process of liarliT, which In the main  feature of International commerce,  wo get back double what wc sent  tiwiiy. The. host proof of litis Is the fuel  thut. six sevenths of the advance in  Imports is represented by duty free  nrllclcs of food und drink,  li HUMAN AND BRITISH SHIP-  IH'ILI-INri  Tlm I'.ngliK.'er says, "Hint while a  until ileal Is being ttilkou of tho pos-  slhllltlcB of continental compotlllon,  and the wonde.'i'ful strides���������-shipbuilding uud otherwise���������thut Germany hue  lately made, It mny bo worth while lo  call attention lo lhe fact that, tho largest and most advanced shipbuilding  company In Hint counlry���������the Vulcan  of Stettin���������has lately had lo come lo  England to he tilled wilh ������ Homing  dock, 11 shipbuilding structure CIO  feet long by UO fool wide. Why was  this'.' It Is to he presumed thut llf_*  Geriiiiins would hardly hnve offered  this nice tit-bit to England if they  could hnvo mado il lor" themselves  eiiutilly as well, The now dock which  is sttiii to be. the largest In the world,  was built ut Wnllsend on lho Tyne.  A very competent, authority who hus  recently vlsilud the bcsl shipbuilding  yards in Germany has .110 hesitation  in suying that we. in England .have no  nceil to bii afraid o������ Germtuf competition in this line."  TIIE HERO OF OMDURMAN  Now tliat the Irish, convinced  against their will ,'lnivo admitted that  lhe Sirdar is au Englishman, the  Scotch have entered the Held, failing  lo lind a "I'lpci- of Dargal" they discover that the bntlle wus won by Col.  Macdonald. In the SI. James Gazelle  wo learn that there is "one man that  stands oul above the Sirdar and all,"  as having prevented nn "awful conclusion" to whnt seemed at first, to be  a fairly straight forward engagement  Itis not denied lhat the lirst attack  ot* the Dervishes had been repulsed.}  hut lhc feat acompllshcd by Colonel  Mat'ilontild in holding at bay with 3000  ooudunc-sc and Egyptian soldiers the  ���������econd tilltiuk of HO,000 men. led by  the Khalifa, is sei forth as having  ."saved the day." Tho Scotch are'11  saving race, hut the habit of "saving the day" is becoming monotonous.  We are loid that. Colonel Macdonald.  "steady as a gladiator, with what to  some of us seemed to look like ilis-  .ister, fought his brigade for all it was  worth." .Of course he did. and so  .vould any of the other leaders of  brigade:* selected by Sir Herbert Kitchener, but is he coiiheijuenUy the  hero of the battle ? To claim that  the part is greater Ihan Lhe; whole is  to givo color 10 the charge made by  ti correspondent of ihe St. .'lames'"  Gazette, thai the Englishman is too  mo.dtjst. lie says "'Tommy Atkins and  his ollicers aiw always to tho for.!  front of the balilc, lose most of the  men anel do most ot the work, but  somehow the credit generally goes  Lo his Scotch or Irish cousins." Perhaps the nationality ot lhc war correspondent may havo sniiictbing to  do wilh the visions of how Colonel  Mticdonalcl   won   Onidurniaii.  MIX Uf AT THE ~*U*-N3TI_.-.  Cnfiisloii Over lcl������.vut..il ftiillroael ~~ai*ei  and tlio' ]_o*M uf 11 Train.  Tlm prompt, citiililii;; of an elovntcd  train is uu art. lt, Is noi given to all mortals to ncqulr. that art,'cither. In nino of  tun oases tho prospective' |iii������ei)ger roaches  t.ho middle) t-talrwny jusl as tho train gives  Ils llnal series ot groans and goes moaning  down tho line, UmiiiIIj* there Is a mental  ousting buck Into lho pu_ t. by 1hs journey-  era, mul In n limyled way they try to reason that If thoy had walked a littlo fiihler,  or If lhey had nut, slopp.'il 111. thn railroad  hlatliin to sen what t!iu>' It wns, or if limy  hnd nor, spoilt, a foolish unel wasluful moment. In ilohallng ns to the relative merits  ot llio i.'lovuli.l und the i-iirfiicii road, ur if  thoy hud only Nchcui.'d lhu tiling oul the  day buforu nntl Inul jiw. hail tu pniiM! In  hi .solute confusion trying to make a  choice of 0110 of tho stairways oC the nill-  i-onil slriicluro thoy would havo inado II..  In this who ll win lhu I'hniiRi.'. Mri.  Itarker was in iidviiniv and liui'i'liuim-d  with greal nliniptiu.s. into the turnstile,  which refused In turn without tlm lubrication of 11 ulukul, Sho did nol understand ll, tuul ns sho lui-ki'tl around helplessly for her husband, whom sho hud dl._-  ItiiK-cil em the stall', a rank outsider of a  man hurried in between theni nml put  down a dliue. Tlio stilo uii'iit'd, anil Mrs.  IJarke.'i' passed Ibrough.  The galemiin inipi.riou-ly eirilcrod the  strangoi' to proceed, but tin.' hitter clamored fur bis change, und tlio ilcbutu run  high. Nobody ..ocmcil louiiiliii-nlanil anything but that the train was just, starting  whon Mr. Burkur ciuno ru-diing up nnd  added to tho confusion by presenting a  half dollar over tho shoulder of the str.in-  gor and calling tlmt It was for two. This,  Instead ot clearing tho situation, milled to  tlio density of it, nnd hy tho lime tho lwo  men and guard hud solved lho problem  tho train wns a hlock aivny, and bitter  feeling pct'viitled tlio premises.  Tho ..frungor felt tlm. an unknown  vvoniau bad aUeinpti.'d lo cniilldenco liini  oul of a nickel.  Mrs. llui'l-RL' inclined to the belief llml  her husband wns slow and ai, times stupid.  Mr. n.'ii'ker halt belie veil that tho htran-  gci'had U'ii'i^ln gnl; hint lo pay his fare.  'J'ho giiteniati was in a fever of suspicion  concerning all of tlu'in. but. was pcislllvu  that; ho bad well putTurmcil bis part.���������  Chicago Record.  FASHION AND FABRIC.  Zola  Tlu  his  lhc  tinny. There  iho  es.  but  NO SPELLING, BUT STYLE  chase cnstituencieB with public works, is no respect for the civil government,  and members with promises of office.'110 loyalty to the Republic. An cx-  "It is an awful record, and some day plosion may bo averted, but it win  ���������not far off either, the counlry will bo due mure to good luck Mum to  declare itself to be disappointed and judgment The danger 10 I'-uropcan  disgusted" -���������" > peace may rise in either of two ways  The army may seek lo re-establish  itself in popular opinion by 11 foreign  war, or the government may endeavor  to lind employment for the army  chiefs abroad. If that is so  country could be most sal ely  eelV GUVml~~~iy=~-is-"u-~J���������\~ "rri���������pvepsree--  and Loo strong: Italy is under ttifc  ipioleclion of Germany anil Austria;  'Russia is hand in hand wit 11 Fraiic.;  ���������tbero remains only Kuglaml, and sue  "..U tho counlry linu-kcil out as tn_  'shaft for French enmity. Jt woulil o.  !nr>_v  uieu  for Mr.  Brisson  to pick  a  'I nat nis  wr.ai  attiicK-  ���������~~~~"l'rcni���������i he~Coruhiii���������Magazine.���������-=-=  Incorrectness of spelling does not  impair tbe force 01 the following exhaustive epistle, which was recenily  __ddres.ed to an Australian politician  by a supporter, wno, like tuc poor i  man in Ecclesiastes that lieipeci uie  beleaguered King, was subsequently  not "remembered."'   He wrote: j  "Deer Sur���������You're a dam fraud, I  and you know it. I don't cure a rap  for the billet or the muney either, but-  vtjj couit hev gat 11 for me K you  -.'.-lan't as mean as muk. Two pound  u -*cek ain't eny moar to rue than 10  6hlliin's"is to you. but I objekt to  being' maid an Infurnil fool of. Soon  after you was eelected by my hard  workln*. a feller here wanted 10 bet  rae that You wouldn't be in the House  moren a week before you maid a as*  of yourself.- I bet him a Cow on that  as I thort you vvas worth it ilu-ii.  After I got Your Note sayin' you declined to ackt in the matter i rtriv  the Cow over to the Fellc r"s placo an'  tole him he had won her.  "That's orl i got by Inivlin' mcs-__f  Hoarse for you on pole day an'  months befoar. You cot only hurt a  man's Pride, but you injur him in  Blzness. I beileve you think you'll  get in agen. I don't. An' what I  don't think is of m*jr.r Kaiiseqiiineo  than you imajin. I beleave yo'i tako  a olesur in cuttin' your 1 est friend.'-*,  but wat" til' th������ elo'M" ro'l by nn"  t -ov'n rut you���������just beh'n-' the Ear.  ������-~-e������r������ the Hi'rbor c"t th��������� nie Y'u'-o  m r. an. An- i d<-an't *hink yura  much of a demercrat either. Go  hei.     I   lowers    meself    ritlr.    to  easy  nuarr.  J with this country.  own intentions are pacillc are beyond  doubt, but he has to reckon with mc-  president, with the army, with puuiir  CDiuion. perhaps wlilt his o-vn comet, and spite ot all declarations t*  the contrary, many oi.'servant peopp.  pre still "of oplnon thru vo are iht  vet out of elattger.  DEPRECIATION  OF  IN    THE  LAND  VALUE  med him a member  -���������kunk. even tho I  of narlerme.nt."  If this writer does not possess whatj  Met!hew Arnold railed  "a  s-erviceabl" I  An ox-ample of the enorni'.Ms if  variable depreciation that Ii.th, occurred in the value of a-.rii-u.titi*.-!  land within the past L'O y-i._r.., wa-  f.irnislietl th<" other day by Sir:Michau*  Hicks Reach. The Chancellor c.f the-  Exchf-fpisr. told othe tenantry .11 hi?  cstaio ai Noihernvou, whom he wa~  entertaining to dinner upon ilu oc  fusion of severing their relationship  nf laudie.iil nud leii.inis. nn account  of the War GlTieo having 'nought lhe  rstates, that during the tini* m'-ii-  iionc..1 Lhe: rents on these estates h?.d  :_onc down by about one ha'f. lie  had also spent more upon th" l.-iborers'  '���������ottages than over ho li'iel receive*'!  from theni. and after paying t'amii-  charges anel other outgoings oji tli'  cistatris, he. had received from lhe-~e~  to groat i.tUitcs no moro than an agent  a would   got.    This   I  ventnr.-'   to   think  Humane.  .lulri  Vc  ���������lliles Venn-'.-" iii.irriugc was f|iiir_ a romance. He w.i" at that time a i|iiict, shy  young man, wills nn iippiuviit di-dike to  fi'iiiiulnc so.:icry. J~< _ng iniiticed. much  ngain _r bis will, t-j .-..tvo us bast loan to a  Irii ml. ho bad a lit of forgetfuhiess on iho  very niui-niiis of tlw .���������'.'r.'iuouy, and linally  nrriverd nt tlm lmu-e tn find that lho wholo  party hud left f-r llio church. 'J'in-ro was  no one remaining nc huiiie but tl-.o brlile'5  si-ter, n youi.:; wiiliiw, vilio I'.ivl beer, unwilling to iiiinnl.s li -r wcilt on I'm bvld.il  group. V..TIH- fell ill Live at fir_"t tight.  Two yc.r.-, later ho married the lady, aud  In: bn_ since j-.i^vihI tl.o kindest of stc-pfa-  tliuri to her two ilisui;hti.r?.  Trntned For War.  ]>>gs n;*o tr.*iir.c<'. ir. tl.e rrer.c'.: a���������ny to  carry uiutiniiiiti'in to tlw _c-tb.-rs durlr.p.'  ft battle. J������'.rgc I".vn>ne.-iii -b..e;i cV,^- ai-e  r.seel for '.ho purpose, ,'iu'l tli'y nr:- Hi 'a t'j  can-y "���������'" ri'lf.; c.irti-i'!;.;.'--. T;i.->-r.-o t'*r-  ribly afraid, however, of the firin.;, ami if  "vouncliil tako gcie_Kl caro nor 10 run any  risk again.  Hii-bu.-ij-.  Tho torn.5 "li!,:hivay"aT:i1. "iiii'lii".ri-l-.'  came  int.. li-.'   Irom   tin  i.urly iu-*.o!ii ol  raising public nail' nl ,,xe tiie J.-v-il of tb."  country   throuuli   vilmii  tliey   f.'i*r������������l   In  0!-d,..' t "��������� 5. (.������������������ut d' ���������_>���������.._''  Is ah c-ip'jrinnce shiirod by many eith'-r  reat land owners. __,  TRADE  IN  SEPTEMBER  pruhe  style."  it  "fa.-* v bat do������s.  would   he puzjsling t'j  i Tli'j board of I rail" ,-it-eonnls for fcicp-  u-niber were issneel on Saturday. Al-  j together the impoiiH for Ui'- first nine  months of this year amount lo  ������311 Caa.UTi'i, an increase of .Cl-I,-  *J0_,-77.  1112 exports for September amounted u> ������T.',01,.,0.S5, an increase as compared   with   J807  of   .Cl,   |J*J9.S'10.    On  the first nine months  of    the    year  there is a decre.ss in    tho    exports  of 1807 of   C?,. 2fi2.01S, the total value  of  of tho exports being  ,Cl72.72ri,j,_8.    It  at   is  a circumstance  to  be  noticed thai  nl  tbe lives o~ man- of  the declared value of the imports was  ilor.n has been granted   almost exactly double that of the imports.  The uninitiated niijshl suppose lhat  Till* SuiulliJ* Dog.  Walking ono .Sunday wilh a friend on  tho ru.-id hutween LockeTbie und Moffat,  we hud Doubtful I'lirac'iuiipaiiion. "Now,"  I sulci, "if 1 had a gun with 1110 this clog  would never leavo niy side, bul sho knows  it's Sunday quito ns well as 3 do, and sho  will havo somo uxt'i'llcnl sport, on her own  account, as you shall seo. Thero aro botween here and that, wire fence in front ot  us livo envoys of partridges in various  slngusof decomposition���������thai, is, I've been  tiniong U10111 till���������und the family circle is  iu consequence considerably diminished  in each ense. ..Vutsh Doubt fill's prni'ei'd-  ings." ,"_!io will never unee slmw herself in  front, of us in i-usi I should slop her, lull  sho vvill get quietly away when sho thinks  she i-= not" seen, iind and pul every bird.  All she wuiils today is tlio excitement, 0/  ilmibii; nntl Hushing theni." I'lVi-curly,  casting my oyes over >uy shoulder, '���������Thero  sho i -." I said, "al, lho first ruvuy."  Up got nun bird, then iho remainder of  lhe fiiiiiily,-:oiiic. three ol" four, ut mice,  Doubtful g,i/,ing iitthein intently. "Como  back, ynu cM-i-oi'.i-g.y wicked little dug,"  I i-.illid to hor. unci back she camo nl. n  "-rc.'Uiti'i". looking very oonii-iii;, anil, pulling  her 110--1: in my liau.'l by way of apology,  trotted along quietly behind us. Not, three  minutes afler she was at the second covey,  .mil I lirmly believes llint not, onu bird of  tho five coveys .'.-raped her that day.���������  ������������������The Hor_*i: nnel Jlog," by Biirlon,  !   flonrlet velvet  hatbands nro consldorod  irry chio with whito pique or duck tailor  (towns.  ���������    In  Pnrls  belts nf  goatskin, black  and  white apnoldcdj nnd fastened with polished  steel and turquoise and ruby clasps, nro 11  fad.  Military Irlunnlnu" nro boing ninnnfne-  lured for fall gowns, Thero nro epaulets,  adjutant's corcllngs and a, great array of  (told brulil unci trappings.  Uninton Is ono ot tlio coining autumn  ���������.hades. Jl bus a great deal of rich, deep  ei'lui"iin In it unel is soon In rich auniiiin  iiiiiterlnls In silk and wool.  SIcuvok continue lo lit t,ho iirnis olosoly.  fcioine wiiiuon stick to tho putT on tho  shoulder, but, they cuiinnt consldor tlioni-  roIvuh In tho llrst rank of fnslilon.  A .sbapud Itounco decorates tho liuwos'.  fing ulster coat. II bus a high collnr and  In jiolnl of color light gray promises to  oust, tun, which bus held Its own so long.  TI111_.11 who do not. cure tu wear wash  dresses at, thn sousldocun lighten lho elVect  of their stllf gowns by nieaiis of chocked,  flowered nr plain plquo collars unil rovers.  A now corset,, ilcslgncil solely for comfort, Is Hindi) of alight, supple liuitorliil  und honed with allcruiitu straps of elnstio.  It is well nilupteil for easy and negligee  weui'.  "iVnlking dresses mndi* half of silk and  half of sei'go or sioinu 01 lior woolen stulT  nro being worn In London. This fashion  affords a good opportunity for making  over old gowns.  Wool cirpo du clilni! is a now material  whioh promises to bo much used for au-  tumn gowns. Ono ot tho inosl; taking  features of this new goods is Unit, it, ilni'f  nol wrlnklo and ilrnpcs gracefully.  Shirt, waists of whilo tnlTcta nro uuulii  with n yoke, of guipure laiiu with ilclm elfeet. Tho sleoves nro also of guipure, and  two tiny knll'o pinked rulllcs finish tho  butloiii, giving tlio bodice tho nppearauce  of 11 short, husque.  Tlio lnlcst, notion in millinery ia narrow  hl.iuk velvet, n11111ulc.1I on wire, so that, it  can bir bent into any form required for  bows, wings, rosulte.i, loops, etc. It. bas  found great, favor..for, in addition lo boing ol'foctive, ib is light unci airy and looks  well with gauzeliko liiulerinls.���������New  York Sun. ;)  BIBLE  FACTS.  THE MOLSONS SAW IMPERIAL B*1'1  Incorporated by Actot Carlitmoi ���������- is.-  Paid up Capital    -     Si'-WDU,--^  Rest Furid   -     -     -    l,50U,yt"'  Head Offlee���������Wlontpen  BOARD OF DIRECT..!.It  W .Molson Miicphei'iion, Preeieli.;  fc\ II. Evvini?, Vico-Peosident  W. M. RatiiMiy Uonry Arcljbi  f.lnnme.l Finloy    .1. P. tjfogliorii  II. Miirkliind Molson  F, Vvnli'e'.i slaii Thonimi, Gen. Mining."  A. D. Uiiriiford,  Inspector  li. 1 cckvvood, A������sistiint Inspocceu  The bank roccivcs on ��������� favotitable  term, the accounts ot individuals,firms  baiil.eis ami municipal and othc;  corporations.  Intorest allowed on '.lepOBitu at  current rntep.  Eiinlii'.li and American oxebmiffi  liougbl and sold afc lowest, rales  ���������fr.���������,,,..-..    ,- j  Htsaa oiliuej,    ien-.._.  Paid Up   Gnp't-41 "������'  liHRervp   ���������  llml   liv.11,      .       ...'  Elnih Roc"'  O. K. Wilkin. Uotieu.   .'dun.met  Brmiohi.  Mori.b West nnd -_i"''  Aylmer, O11L,  I'b'oclcville, (Jut.  1 iilgnry,  _,'__, 11 tv.  ' Union. Out,  'xelei", Out.  JliuniUoti, Ont,  Loudon, Oi.t,  Mcafurri, i'lib.  ���������loiitri'til, P. Q  St. (laiLarine  Sl.lhanch.  Viorrisburjj.Ont,  "-fii'vi-di, Ont,*  Simcoe,  Onturio  BBANOHBb :  Oltawa, Onl.  Owen Hound, Un.  Hiilgetowii, Onl,,  Smiths Falls, fl.  Sorol, P. Q.  ! St. Tliomua, <.)ni  'J'ciroiilo, Ont  j ToronloJuiic'ii."'  T.cr.ton, Onl.  . Waterloo, On.  1 "Woodstock,On  1 Winniiuiu. Mm  Vancouver, B, IJ.  Kevelstoke,  C. Ci  Oladdtono Floe.red.  Ail iinccd.jic of illndstono nt the time eit  his greatest rivalry with Disraeli is told.  At a dinner party tho subject ot Judaism  cropped up.  ���������'Admilti'd.*' _.iiil Glnelstone, "that Lhe  Hobi-ov-" have given tho worlel ajihiloso-  phcr In -.pinri/r.. liiusiuiunsin Mendelssohn  and Jfeyerlv.-ar. a poet in Heine, the fuel  rumnins that they havo not ]irciduced a  single .-ruiceinnii."' There wns silonce for  a moment. Every ouo know, of coin-so, that  .th!''. was  a  direct   allusion . Io. Uisrai'li..  A prisnnur ooiiilennicd to solitary con-  flnunionli oblained a copy of lhu lllble, nnil  by threu years' cureful study obtaincel the  following facts:  Tbo Jiiblu ciintnins :i,C80,480 letter..,  773,0'.iS words, I! 1,1711 verses, 1,18ft chap-  tors and 00 books.  ���������  The word "nnd" occurs 40,277 times.  'The word'"rovorend" occurs but onco,  which is in the ninth vorso of tho 0110  ' hundred nnd eleventh psalm.  Tho middle verso is tho eighth verso of  tho ono hun il red and eighteenth psalm.  Tho twenly-llrst verso ot tlio seventh  chapter of Ezra contains nil tho letters in  tho idph.ibcl. except tho lottor j.  Tho finest; chuptcr to read is tho twenty-  sixth chapter ot tho Acts ot the Apostles  The nineteenth chapter of 11 Kings and  tho eighty-seventh chaptor of Isaiah nro  alike.  Tho' longest verso is tho ninth verso ot  .tho eighth olinplcr of Esther.  Tho shortest verso is tlio thirty-fifth  verso of  tho eleventh chapter of St. John.  The eighth, fifteenth, twenty-first nnd  tliii'ty-fii-sf. verses of tho ono hundred and  Foventh psalm nro alike. ._  Ench verse ot J hei ono hundred and  thirty-sixth psnlin endaliko.  Tho lust word in tho Dible is innen.���������  St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  Victoria,  P.. O.      Quebec.  Revelsloke Jlranch:  J. li. MOLSON, Manager.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  Hraiidon  C'llgmy  Edmonton  li.'ssu_  For-nii-  Gali  ItiircfHoti  At'''1"1  ' lolunjiii".  rui.e.,.uiviu  Vti_iii|/i~j;  .uvolatoku  VIKrilOlXIST CI1UHCII - Itovol-lok".  AI I'lrnclitng scivlocs .".t ll n.in ni>el 1:'.V  U.ic. ejja*-s meeting nt" tho cleue'of tin1  'ii'rnliiie soivlco. sabbutli Kchc 1 unil P.ihle  filusB nt '-������)0 p.m. Weekly ir.nycr meet nu  everv Weclncs'liiy evoiiin}_r ul 7:"'U p.111. Tin  public uro cnrilinlly iiivite'il,    f-|i'ies In-c.  RKV. S. .1. THU. U'fiCrr. rr.tor.  .-"���������lllJHCIt- OP KNGLANIi-Kt. r.tir's  v-' ltivcbloko ]ioiii3ot sei vice: I-i-enlni.  prayer di.ily ut 5 0'. lurk, T-'rlclros ut 7:*~'J  ���������"inula] P mill Fostivil������: Holy 1 oii'iiinnloi. at,  a.m.. morning prnyiii' lit 11. S'u-'.ibi.y Sclieol  mil rillilc. Oln-i- at :!:'->, eve, iug pi.-y. r ut 7:.''l).  First Siinilny In tlio month Unl> C'liiiuiiiinlon  lit morning nervine-?.  FRANK A. FOtlD, Vicar.  EEaHYTEIlIAN    CJUIIICII���������Itoyolstole".  fcjervico ovci> Siiniliij' ut. llu.ii)  ..mi 7:.'"0  p.m.     I"i!_)'e  Cltbs  at. 2:;i0   11,111.,   to   .lilcli  ull nre ivnlcoino.   Pruycr   uicellng at B pin.  every WedncBilny. '   '    '        *    -  KF.V. T. _,I__~>~IKS, lVs'.or.  UATHOIjIU    OH1JHCIJ ���������lteviil  "\iac.H   Ilr_.t nnel lliird _imi_Iiiv[j In  month at 10_3Un.m. ���������  ,    ���������  ���������    KliV. FATIIKll Tll.'-YKK."  ROM AN  stoke.  CAI.V ATION AHM Y���������Mi-ollni,-s every i:lg  ���������'In   1 the!!" hu 1 on I'~"������"iit Sirceit  lit  THE kinetoscope:  The Lerjislative Assembly of N������w  Zealand have passed an old age pension bill.  The Lieutenant-Governcrhss granted bis assent Lo tbe incctpo a'.ion of  Medicine Kat as a town anei a pr.-.c-  iamat'on to t'*at effect wiU appear in  the next  issue of the Gazette.  .\'t.-::: Strait . v.-ho by her ]>r senc"! of  ':r.d   iiiir'-BK  tb3    rcc=nt  cyclons  Mc-iTttc:*.. ~a  Iht-  srhoc"   c!  8  medal by the Royal  Canadian Hu  mane Society.  Ti...   eric*   of   .-":i   bird-". (>-.( ,.���������-l:ilIy   <en  anil-., nro very very vahini.le to "-uiloi--' in  ���������1.1-iy weather.     The i.lriNe'.u.ter em   the  ;ht;'-. und con-,t. nnil '.licirciii -w.iri. bout  n.cn thnt tlie-j uro n-ur 'iio lui!'.1..    ,  A' proverb found in on.- f..i-:n or another  In eveiy Eurr.pi'un >.r A-l.uto l.in^u.-igo  having a literature U ' J'uii.lli.irHy hrei-!.'  cont.iiiip'-'*  A 11. vv dis.-ns.- b:. . bsade i'.-. no  pr-iii sr.ri, to ik'.'i lo ilv :.li"-;,rly l.irni  ii:>t of ailments w'nc!i the paten' pill  ni'-n Ii.t*. to e.ner 10. tt i" called  -mobjaema and   ;���������   fatal,    no rein*.d>  iciing   ;il   p.vs.ent   kinviu   f-jr   it.    Tb>;  lisgcas.* is iir.".ii'_ci.'!l from th" germ of  "lie ar' ogir.es i-.i'iilus. whi'ii Is c!*  veloi), d   und. r   iii"  .Ida  ,i;irl   producei  ill. nnd 111 puffa ..in ihe veiini :���������** '���������'  I'l'iiuer liini  iiiu'i'"'"g!ii'/.;ibl'.".  A report irom New York says: The  well known Armour Meat Packing  conipiiny, of K "i ns a.s City. 1.- u.jg.iti.i-  Ung to proeure r.'frigertitiiig ''paco on  I card     a     number    of    li-,iiih-At1:inli'  learners,   th''   conip-iuy'_   id',;!-"   being  O nifil.e ehiily "-li'liinenla of fii>7"ii  ".e;f!f lo Ungiriii'l. rihoiiid Iii'" .-'"heir.'"  be Mice "s'-fully carri'd out. it will, n  ;s     i-.vpecl' el.     are.-itly    eii mi nlhh     lb'"  lad" in live ciilllc h'li" e"n this eoiin-  !iy and (Jreiii   Rriialn.  Mi.s; Kht.vv.  lh.;   [.'union  Times' c.r  -asiininlcnl.  s.'iilu  for    rOngltitid   in   lb"  VJiitc- War slf-iiincr Cymrie from Nevv  e.i k  on   Novi'inb"i* Oth.      During her  ���������iny  in  Oltawa    Mr.   Fielding   plnccl  ' is  'jfliee  at  Miss  rfhuw':;   disposal   lo  n.iv;     her     interviews    with     publii;  .ii.'.ials   and   other.-,   inlnrestetl   in   lh1"  -,'iiiiii>;.    lumber,    a^rlculturiil       anel  '-irynig resource.'; of Canada, and tho  Information  al   h'.-r commnnel will  no  doubt,  he of great  advantage    to    lho  ~_)ominie.>n. .      .'''"<���������-  Then one ot tho company stepped ituciTIIer  breach.  '��������� Mr. GlneLitiue.'" ho suid. "as 11 mailer  ot fact ������hc Hebrew.-" have produccc! a statesman, and ono of tho gre.-itc._t. tho world  has .seen."  Tli-'i figl.tinc iiHt'.nct of Mr. Gladstone  h-Uvccl up ar, once. "May"I ask, sir." ho  said pointedly, "who was this Hebrew  ft.'.-"-������������������".'nan;"  J.wry one. n-itieipntliif; a more thnn  Iiveiy "���������eii''1. w.-.iic! in tensn expectation  forth... aiwivr. It c.11110 in tho qulntcst  to>ie/.=, '"il.itoj, ������r." Every onc smiled,  and Mr. Gi.Mist<ui.j joitird in tho laugh.���������  Vii.-iin--. Welt.  'J*.. T'lAk. >*e*tT Colore.  A v.'i-y vimpir proce-s of iimklng new  eolej,--) I-. rliiit ���������,', pl.i'-ing figctli������>-r shoots of  b1:i-s ou w!ii.-h v.irlous tints havo been  -pi-Mid. A l.irg.. Lumber of tln-sei nheoi.  are pi'iiBinl, 1 i-.l-.:.cbi!{ 11 wl'lu range of  color-and tl-uilc. Aftor being Ihiimughly  ilrii.il two .,!��������� m..r.- ..f iliom u.ay l,o bejel to  tin- iici'.-.t. '1 !,���������' 1.1,-luting of the tint. r.i. tho  light pi'-.j- tbri.;i)'h suggests now leiiics  .-ind -bud.---, ui.>I ;_i'mlts the CTpuriiiienti r  to--i-',tl<: uiKin'.v:..ii.3Ver I-. nio">t eli__ il'ablu  wltlu.nl the tr.,'.i! :.* of mixing anei working with liquid i'y������ . In addition to lhis  n- <.<i.iiii.'..'i\ i.i! .-nl,.iiitage the experiment"  ii-. .-1 <-.)I..r-",u'ly I-iiittru. tlvo nnel enter-  taiiii.":-'. 'Ili? .-pi- :'ion arise.-", Why cannot  j-v kiiowlflne of 1 ,,'.__,rs \m taught in schools  a-, well n.-.i k.T-r.v'.cJge of nrljitt.iry signs  -mil symbol-" Ir is often of groat uso to  bo ubl" to eJi-tii.^'ij-i. r'tleirs with a goo.l  de;.I of niciy   .-j.ri.-i iho ctiltivntion of   tl.iJ  f.iouify i."  wil  v.orth  troublo it cnl.-ul .  all  the tim.   and  XVny ,\ ni;lo-S'_ixons Win.  In '-Wi'-lw.'ird. Ifetl'* Charles King-dry's  ^t'.ry '.f (lie I-.liw.b<;th".-iti war-i with Hpuin,  b" explains -.vh.-.- tlio Erij.llsb so often -,'ot  In.-Ijerte-r of (h������ ,-'pan!ih when tho odd.  vt't" .-ia.-iln=r. Ui<-i 1. IIo e-liiims tlio su-  ji-vi'iril.v of ll.e-ir ihipi. their lie!t'-r gun-  iiery '"ud gii-uitr weij.������lit of liu-t.'il, th'>  ii:<il'".v with vvh!- Ii thcye-nnld b" tnniiM-i'-i!  bcaii-o of iheir ilu. Imt he counts 11.-1 the  ell-ilnetivo nil'..ml,aio tho finer quality of  tho men. J_:i.".h, he ,-uy-;, --feiiight forhlm-  f,eli*. with the -"If help nnd setf respect of  a V.-mlfO r.inpi i* unci, once bidden to do  bis work, was trusted to carry it out by  bis own wit ni best ho eoulel. In 0110  word, h'. v--i-i :. frco man."  About, tho only dark .speck of war on  tho horizon now is thocemiing Bismarck  memoirs.���������Roston Herald.  Dewoy or Schley shoulel bo detailed to  present, tho American clntms against. Tur-  J:ey.���������rittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.  Gunnda I.s beginning to notice that  TJncle Sum's farm fonco is not mailo of  barbell wiro ntter all. ��������� Philadelphia  Ledger.  .___-XLtds all__-cll_i>notigli-to_tnlk,������biint.i>hi]v_.  jiing tho bloodshed by declaring peace, but  the football sea_on vvill begin lu a few  weeks.���������Clovoland-Leador.  American diplomacy may have less in-  ilinrnklicr and varnish in its eoniposlLiein  than tlm EuiYjpcan kind, hut it. seems to  have considerably moro steel nnd granite.  ���������Hostuii Journal.  If tlio .Shamrock comes over hero this  fall to capture tlio America's cup. sho will  doubtless ele'iir from thu Irish port, of Kin-  salo mul will ho proviclcel with Cork lifo  preservers.���������Nov." York Tribune,  Hpni.'i will try 11 national lottery plan  for replenishing its trensury. 'Phis is invariably Urn final ri'Suri, of an oppressive  government for filching tho lust, dollar  from its-poverty stricken subjects.���������St.  Louis Gloliis-IJcniucrut.  BABY SUPERSTITIONS.  Turn n bnby iipiido dovvn and it will  never have liver trouble.  Jt is unlucky for 1: child lo soo itself iu  tho mirror before it cuts its teeth. Jt will  bo vain and pr.-iucl. * .        ���������  When a bnby Is dressed fortho first timo  and its left nvm is put into tho sl.cvo first,  ltvvlll be left handed In everything.  Wrap a baby in her father's sliirl and  eho will hnvo lots of lovers, but tho Fliirt  must he the lirst garment wrapped about  her.  In regard (e, the child, If every important incident Is dono mi .Sunday, it will bo.  oil tho luckier, as 'the better tho elav tho  better tho elce.].-' .  -  If tho "layout" for n, baby bo entirely  Dew, It will grow up to boa spendthrift.  The moro old things in its trouiseau tho  Baoro econoinirnl it it-ill lie.���������Kxchuuga.  S-tH rn Tli������.|r Slincs.  Tho mountain people of North Carolina  and West. Virginia nro said to put salt* in  theirshocs in order to keep off tho witches.  Huneroft, relates that oneof tlio aboriginal  tribes nf Xorth America refrnins from eating I".'tit i'i llu; belief tli.it it turned tht  buir white.���������Baltimore Sun.  ...-     ANIMAL ODDITIES.  The goldfish I. a great, coward, nnd n  tiny ll������h v.-Uli ciiir.-.v" I . altnok it can  lrightcn It nliiin-t to ilcalh.  Before l.-ii'i snails 'r.iwl upon leaves. If  the r.iln t.-   g.iing   I'i be light, they   lie on  tho out-Idc nf the- luit: if lung und heavy  they go on the unler-idc.  Tlio Inse-ct known .-., tho water I������>atinnn  hns a regular pair of onrs. his legs being  iKc-d ns sueh. lie swims on hi? buck, as in  that, iw .tion (hcio is less resistance to his  progress.  Tho win ������ . of birds nre not only to hid  locomotion In thy air, hut. also on tho  (troiiuil ar.d water. One bird even hns  claws in the "elbows" of its wings to aid  il in climbing. The clothing is 11 modification of tho skin, just as hair anil nails  nro, nnd sometimes it closely resembles  hair.  L05 al Orange Lodge, No. 1653.  Rogid.'ir meetings nro belli in the  ('ililfullowti' Hull on llie Hi'fond uii'l  lorn Iti WidnculiiMi r.E each month  at, 7:S0 p.m. Vlulling brethren  oonllallvinvllcil. -,.  Dr. T. ..'il", XV. M.;   T .1. Gi-.iliniuc. Reo. See.  W.U. Illim-y, Win. Sec;   It. S. .Wilton, Treag.:  Court   Mt.   Bobbie,  I.O.F..N0. 3\6l.  Meets in llio OiUI-  fellows' .Hall on tho  .'nd nud lib Kiiebiys of  cncli uiouii'. Viuiclnte  brethren .inviteei to  at ten it.  .1. It. Scott, O.K.  - .T. 1_. -iniih, It  S.  TI2G Revelstoke  PF20to Company.  Revelstoke. B. C -  STUDIO: DOUGLASSTRKI-.T  -���������Sam���������N eedham  ot  Cleaned  . Altered .  -.epaij-ed  In Good Ktylo tit, Lowest l'rici"-  DoITOIjAS S'l'ltMRT" ���������   Kl_ v,''1 'PTi'ikT  If You'Want' ������**-.*  PURE  COW'S  /AiLK>  Guarcntccil Unnciiiltcriituil."  fio to TJ-i E E13 R0 PE DJII RY  MRS. Y. .lin.I.vN  lXTrbtz  Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposito Imperial Bunk.  VVorkmanshSp Cu  ccel  -Terms  Cash  VVrltc for our iiitcrastins books " Invent- .  ors IIclp" nnel "Ilo-v" yo'i .-ire s������inilicil." /  Send tir. a rongh sketch or modil of vour 5  invention nr improvement and wc vvill tell i  you free our opinion .is to vi bother it, is >  probably patentable. Wc n.akc.i specialty }  of .inji.ica'.ioiis revceted jn other bauds. 3  Iliquetrei'crc:ici..s i_nii_hcil. j  * _i.~.iiio,M & yiAHlou . <  { PATEtsT SOilC-TGIlS tz rXPEBTE 5  ���������i rivil k :i.-r',in'.cil rni-inccr_ Gra-luatrs ot tha "  1 ."o'.vl.-e.i..;s i-.-i-.nol of l-iij{'.ii<...ii_-.i-. lLtijiIor- la ?  , A_r;i l-.l S.-.-nc =. 1.^121 tl_ivcr?;t>- _!Iemt,?TS ;  1 atrnt L-i-.r ;,.", 1 .litm. .'.r*'rir.in X'.'atirX'.'nr^B )  Ac=oci .tloa. >'i.\v Y.uzl-i-.-l *.V..:rr Vi or!.-. .*. =oc. }  r. 0-sn-.. v.,rs A^-o<!..tion, Amoc il^mbc-r Can. 5  SMu'i)" cf Civil Essinccia.  Porliiicc ut  J't  Prince eV!  ��������� SouLli 1:1dm  OM'AUICI.  Niiifruia Knlli    lh*'. Iliomas  lJorl (.'olliiiii.i   iToi'iinlo  Hiiti'oi'iiii,','      jWi'lluml  Hiuili St   vlui'ii'i 1^ "il',:e*ci  SI, ful liai ine*   1  M.iiilri'iil, t.ui'lii'C.  in   tireiit    lirilani--Lloyd's  lliui'k,   I.Iil.. "'J Lombard Hi.,   l-oiuloii,  w.tti   wbiiin   ir.otiuv   may be depositee'���������  :'-,,t    tr.insfei    I13    letter or i'.ib!e to  ed ,. l.iivi' lit a tit'bi s.  A|_~i'iili. in tin . Uuiti'ii -Siine---New  \-.il., I'.upk.oi Montieiil. Bunk ol  v itii-t 11.1: (Jim ugo, b'iibl NuLioiiul  Hank:  Si. lJniil. Iji'i'iiiid National Hank  Savings Bun I: Di'part.mi'iit Deposits  of $1 and upward- received and  interest allowed. ;  Debentures,-- Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available al. itII points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, ISurope,  India. China, .lupum Australia, New  ,/.f������;i,binil. fit.r  Gold   PiTirTiusiJil  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will bo uncounted foi* nt any of  tho Budsein's Bay Co's Posts in tho  Yukon aril. iiortli������..'ii districts.  A. It. B. HKARN.      -  rffr.nasrcp Revelstoi.e Bi'tn.oh   ,  (as 1 way...  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE.  Shortest ar.d   *     .-  Quickest Route  ' To" Etistcri" nml J_iu'0)j~tui poiuts. ���������  To,. Pucilic Cotisi. Alatkn, Cliiiia,"  Jupau aud A'lisfi'nliu.   ������_  TO.URIST  CARS.  Yiv-8 _ i-ovehtokn daily- to St.  Paul, "cxi'uwli ��������� Wednesday to  enRtern points.    " '.     ���������--'���������->-  Maf-iiificciit' .sleeping rinelclininK  ���������jars on alllniins. ,  iTickets  'issued    'lhrough".,;' and ',  bapgngo checked tn dastinatiou.   ��������� j  DAILY TJlAlisS.  Ensb West  7.40k:". .Ive���������Revelatoku���������I've. 17.20k  TO AMD l'-ROil- KODTI-INAY- POINTS.  S.00k. .lve-I-evi;lstoki-'-^ai-i-..16.30k"  For    int'orrualion,   tinio    cards,  maps and tickets apply te~  T. W. BRADSHAW,  1     ���������-   =~      "~^^K\*ntir'Rov61st'okef---"  XV.   1<\    Anpi-RSON,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson. ���������  IS., 0. CoYLB.^l.iHtrict; Passongev  AgC.tit, Vancouver.  fjevelst<3i\u  Hospital  Maternity Ucinin i.i connection.  Vaccine   kept'   on   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants.  Dp .MalloelV  PhiRiclin and Surgeon- JIcKo' r.ln  <  Avenue, UovolstO-o Station, U. C.  We Hnve a Good Supply of  Bulla ine  Material  ���������������* Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Rovolstoke Station, B. C.  J. % Hull  & Company  ]~ Butchers    nini    V.holeaalo   and  1 I-stail Dealers in Hcef, Fork, etc  KAMI-0OP8 and KEVELSTOKaS  All orders in our lino promptly  Oiled ; ./���������������?  [fill UK  STORMS     AND     BUZZARDS  PROSPECTOR      KILLED  ���������.    H'.'-i<  BY    A  ^R?ilwav._Disputc ��������� Winnipt'C    Water-  ^vorlcTSsr-recautioiiary Measures at  y      Halifax-  Winnipeg,   October  -Wisc^lv"?!" in the Hast  violent  it.  fl mm, si  TYPHOID FEVER IN DAWSON  SAW     M  UL      FIRE  GOUVliR  IN     VAN-  II III f  HON. J. M. GIBSON ELECTED  GOOD   CROPS   IN   THE   EDMONTON "bI STRICT  lu  * river promedol" lmSWn   mono tax sal- yes lei da y.  a be..,,'. \\. KILLHD   IN  A COLLIblON  A  slorin   lo reported    to  ho"^ri}Sl������������  Clileago. and fiom \\'i.'s-.loi-i\\\\ ihcuhsIu  ti blizzard   is roport.il.   '     v  Kll.LEU IIY A  UKAl.,  A  I'oni-i.  killed Iiy  OGlLVIli   KUI.OGlSiEI")        "  Tlio editor of the D.iwson Cily  Miner bus published nn eulogy ol  Chief Commissioner Ogilive.  .UOl.DKN   HOSPITAL  Nu charges have bJ.n submitted Lo  the commission  appoiiued  to  iiivchll-  gato afiuirs al Mordeu hospital.  RAILWAY   DISPUTE  The   Hns.isli   shureholtlcrs    oC    tlie  Canadian_l*ncilie railway  and    t'.ranil ;  Trunk  railways  are    endeavoring    to j  fectUo disputes bciwecn the iwo companies.       . '   .      '  WINN1PEG   WATERWOKKS  Tho Loneion correspondent of 'Hie  Toronto Globe counsels Winnipeg .to  settle v.'illi the Waterworks Comuauy  for the sum of llfiy-live tlicusantl  potincls.  CONDUCTOR  KUjLICI")    .  Conductor Rulbeiford, of the Manitoba    Soulli    '.astern    Railway    was  killec'l  yesterday  whilst braking.  PRECAUTIONARY MliASURES  Montreal. October 2(>.���������The liritish  government have -issued instructions  to the Canadian P.-.cillc Hallway to  hold their Pacific liners in a parted  state of readiness for active naval  service at a moii'.neni's notice."  THK   MISSING   DOCTOR  The missing Doctor Ireland  is novv  said  lo bo cn route to Great Britain.  MILITARY  MOVEMENTS   "  Halifax.. October 2C���������Extraordinary,  activity continues in .naval and military circles here. The Colonial Imperial troops vvill be mobilized today. Two more" cruisers have arrived.    -  ���������  SMALL POX IN .ONTARIO  Toronto. October _ 2C���������-A caso of  small pox is reported from Cobourg,  Ontario, ���������'.".    ���������'���������  SOUT1T-ONTARIO  NOMINATION  The Hon. " Dryden and Charles  Caldor were yesterelay nominated tor  Soulli Ontario.  WISE MEN  IN THE EAST  ���������Regina,  October  26.���������J.   K.  Mclnnis  has retired .'rom the contest i  Regina, and IVm. Tram from the contest in South Regina.  THE STUATtTUL'RN MURDERS  In the Stuaribur.. niiinlur case suspicion novv falls upon  llio ^Indians as  he perpetrators of thc-deed.  EDITH  COLE  RETURNS  Oltawa. October * 2G.���������E-dithi^Colo,  who -was thought to have besn ab-  ductecl. has returned to her bomb in  a dazed condition.  Shot and .Killed in Godericii ��������� Case ol  Indecent Assault���������Killed in Collision  ���������CruiS'-rs to Lca~~c Halifax  Winnipeg.      Oclober      27.���������-Typhoid  fLver    Is    tilarinliv  Dawson City.  GLADSTONE  Laud   ImmghL  high  ly    prcvalenl  TAX SALE  in  prices"  at  tllad-  Win-  iluliQS.  I'liree men were killed yesterday in  a collision cn tbo Union Pacific railway.  NEW BANK IN WINNIPEG  The:  13ank  of   Nova  Scotia  will  cs-  lablish a branch bank in Winaip������~S.  j, RICH  GOLD  QUART!',  I    Rich gold quart 7. has been slnick al  ISliirgcou  and  Doer  Lako  Woods dislrict .  NEW INDIAN  COMMlSSlUr-lblH  Tbo  Hon.   David     Laird,   the    now  Indian commissioner, arrived in  nipeg yesterday lo assume bis  * DISGRACEFUL  CASE  New Market, Ontario, October -.(.���������  The town nl' Now .Market is greatly  excited over the intelligence timl a  school girl, a;<ed lo, lias given" birtti  to a child, the I'mlier ot which she  alleges Lo ho Patrick Keen, a well  known citizen, -15 years of a?.e, aiul  father ol a rami 1.v.  LKJUOR  SELjIjINC   CAHE  , .Montreal. October    'St.���������'ino    Montreal judge lias dt-uidcel lhal he has r.o  power    to    try  t.ho    case    cl'���������  sei'ing,  liquor  during  the  time  lhe  plebiscite  vote was being taken.  NOT GUILTY  Ottawa. October 27.���������Dr. Lamlort,  of Ottawa, has been found nol guilty  ol" the charge of iiulecmt tiss:tu'.L  brought against him.  INSPECTOR TN CHIEF  The Chief Inspector cf Post Oflicis  Sweenmau is to be s-upcrannuatcd and  the oflice abolished. '  T1HRTY-TH1RD  DEGREE  Montreal. October' 27.���������Tbe triennial  meeting of  the Supreme  Council.lho Ontario  Legislature,  vvas  Schooner Foundcreo���������Earthqutke Shock  ���������Boy Incendiaries���������Fire in Portafje  la Prairie  Toronto, October 2S.���������-The schooner  St. Peter hns foundered lu Luko Ontario, and only one of her crew was  saved.  HARTY   TO   RETIRE  It in rumored here that  Mr.  Harty  will retire from the Ontario cabinet.  v      TIIE   FAREWELLS  The Irish  residents of Oltawa havo  pi-piicnlctl  a, farewell address to Lord  and   Lady  Aberdeen.  STREET CAR STRIKE  London, October 2S.���������The employees  of lhc  London  streel car service are  oul on strike.  OUR COMING DEFENDERS  Oltawa,   October   2S.���������The     Ottawa  public school boys have been supplied  with carbines.  WOULDN'T   THIS   JAR  YOU?  A   slight   earthquake     shock     was  foil in Llie Otlawu district.  A   PORTAGE  T'TRE   "  Portage la Prairie. Oclober 2S.���������The  lio'lily block here, has been destroyed  by lire.. .       .   . _  THE CROPS ARE ALL RIGHT  "Winnipeg.   October   2S.���������The   Manitoba grain  crops  are turning out all  satisfactory.  THEY WERE CROOKED  Toronto.   Oclober   2S.���������Mr.     Baker,  lhe   Liberal   member  for  Kaltou,  bas  been unseated on the. charge of illegal  acts by his ageius.  .    REAL BAD BOYS  ;��������� Three Toronto boys have confessed  Lo  several  acts of  incendiarism.  HEAVY YIELD IN EDMONTON  Edmonton,   Oclober   2S.���������The  crops  in   the   Edmonton   dislrict  are   being  saved in good condition and it is expected the yield will  be heavy,        _  GIBSON  ELECTED     .        ' ;  Toronto,    Octobei1-   28.���������Hon.  J.   M.  Gibson, Minister of Public Works, of  ARRIVAL   OF  THE   GENERAL  RUMORED    EGYPTIAN    PROTECTORATE  of the 3Srcl degree of A. F. A. S. tool-  place yesterday in Montreal.  _  ,    "IRE IN-VANCOUVER   -���������  Vancouver.   13.    C, . October    27.���������  Hasting's saw-mill at Vancouver .was  yesterday  lotally    destroyed    by  fire.,  throwing 250 mon oul of employment.  SHOT   AT   GODERICH  Toronto.  October.27.���������William  Co:;,  .vicinnis   o������  GDilerich township, ycilerday shot,  n Norlh   anci _kinea    Irs    son-in-law,   Fredrick  IJcaflie.  FRENCH  WEST  INDIES  Halifax.  Oclober    27.���������Tho    British  cruisers Palace nnd Talbot have been  ordered    to    leave    Halifax    for    the  French Wosl Indies.  flli-illl It  \\  CRISIS IN FRENCH'POLITICS  WA__T.OF.CON_~IDEI.--E MOTION  CARRIED  yesterday  majority.  in  East Wellington  elected  by  438  Paris News ��������� The New Cabinet ���������  Storm in Chicago���������The Governor of  Illinois and Labor  Dover, England, Ociobci" 2S.~l-.oril  Kitclicnlr, ol" Khartoum fame, arrived  al Dover yesterday afternoon rrom  Purls, and vvas f ran Ll tally cheered by  eiulnisitisiio crowds of people who  lind-assenibled to welcome lilm homo.  Ho was met al the landing place by  Major General Sir AVilliam Francis  J Jut loi'. military commander of this  district, and by the . mayor, corporation and other celebrated local  functionaries, who presented Kitchener with an address of congratulation.  KITCHENER IN LONDON  London. October 2S.���������General Kil-  ehenei". the hero of the Egypiian  campaign, arrived here, yesterday uf-  ic-rncion. und was grcoletl by Lhc Commander in Chief of the British forces,  Lord Wolf.eley, and other high mill-  ttirv ollicers. - On being- inlcrvlcwod  iu Paris by leading English correspondents bo stated thai he belivotl  tbat the diplomats would sctllo the  Dicsent difficulties ��������� between France  and England.  APPLAUD 'A' FRENCH SONG  An audience assembled in Birmingham, England, cheered loudly the  French military song "La Morse'1-  laise "  THEY TALK  WAR  Paris. October 2S.���������At 9:30 o'clock  lust nighl a report reached hero frcm  London that Lord Salisbury aud the  members of his cabinet had voted  proclaiming a protectoia.e over  l'-BJ'Pl." " This was accepted as authority when ever it gained currently. Fcr the first time during lhc  present crisis Paris slopped discussing ,the Dreyfus case and talked  cf the war al ils very doors. ���������  DREYFUS CASE   .   "  A motion for .._.e revision of tho  e clehratetl c-ase was presented iu the  Paris Court o������ Caussalion this  morning.  "AWAY FROM PARIS  eii  CORRUPTION RAMPANT  Another   Edmonton   Man Writes Interestingly from Dawson  Tho" editor   of   the   Alberta   Plain;  Defeat of  the   Government ��������� A French  .Sl.iter.i-nt���������Salisbur7 in Co_s_italibn  ��������� Fa-hoca to B_ Evacuited  ���������" Paris/October lij."���������T_ie "French gov-  " criiment lias been defeated and has resigned. On the motion oi tlie deputies r.cquesLing the. government to  "End the' campaign of insult against  the army." there vvas a majority of  ���������10 against the government reported,  after the result of scrutiny hael beon  declared. Bertcaurx moved a vote, of  confidence       in       Brisson which  was rejected by 2S0 to 25-1. Mosl'dis-  graceful'scenes followed In the chamber. On the streets llio Cuirassiers  were called out to assist the police.  Drevfiis was burned in elllgy amid  cries of "Vive l'armee." The present  crisis is an extraordinary one and the  next few weeks will be full of peril  for the  French republic.  FASHODA TO BE EVACUATED  Paris. October 2"'..���������M. De Presense,  editor of the Pr.ris Temps writes to tbe  Daliv Chronicle saying it is the settled ' intention of. tho French government willi tbe perfect ������=>-!eiit of the  French people to evacuate Fashoda.  Marchand is to be recalled by lhe  minister of war, and lhe friendly  offices of the British and Egyptian  governments  will   be accepted.  " ' THE P'ASHODA CLAIM  Paris. October 2C.���������A despatch to  The Temps from London asserts that  the precise question regard ing the  Upper Nile question is this: Great  Britain, having declared ber claims  on Fashoda, asked France lo submit  whatever' proposals sbo wished to  make. M. Dclcassc the French foreign "'minister, replied ,,plainly that  France' do.niantleil un outlet on lho  Nile, ia 'reservation being mado concerning the geographical point:" to lie  determined upon. Lord Salishury.Llie  prime minister, is now consulting his  colleagues  dealer has received a leiter from F.H.  1-Ierborl, formerly of South Edmonton,  now of Dawson, in which ho says: *-l  have'been here three monlhs but  have made vary little yet.-II: seems  to me that it is all luck and that hard,  persistent work does not couiil. I  have been out in tho hills and creeks  all summer and have dug and worked  fa ith i'u lly and found very little. I  have found several places where I  could wash from ?r> lo -$S a day bul  I could r.ot be content with that. The  thousands lhat are here: are taking  everything they cun gel.. I believe-  lots o" them are making less "than  ,?5_a. day. The country bas been terribly exaggerated and thousands have  beggared themselves in coming here.  All down Lhe Yukon, tip Lho Selwyn,  While, Stewart Pelly and other rivers        ���������- i has been prospected by men who have  The   Philadelphia  Jubilee - Snow  and' J^^^1?-   ������/   ��������������� ������s^  -------Raiii--Storms=���������^Ceraiin^Einpiror^in-tiiing^oir^becl^roc  Palestine-Aua.cl-.Uts Busy | no new strike,   Eldorado creek is rich  . . verv rich  in spots," so are its bench-  Paris,  October 27.���������The Son*  hears   es."'j'iiere jSra man. at. lhe .mouth,of  A WARNING TO THE FRENCH  CUBAN INSURGENTS SNUBBED!  BY THE U.S."  Louis Napoleon is at present in  Geneva and the Due D'Orleans.-at,  Brussels.  ASKED TO FORM A CABINET  Mons. Dupuis bas been    invited    by  President   Faure,   of   the   French   republic, lo form a new cabinet.  TALL TALK FOR A GOVERNOR  New   York.   October     2S.���������Governor  Tanner,  of  Illinios,..threatens   to   kill  foreign laborers who attempt to enter  1he  state  looking for employment.  WILL  LOSE THEIR'JOBS  Washington,  Oclober  2S.-,-Six thousand  Uniteel  States civil fsorvants are  to be dismissed shortly.',  DAMAGED BY STORM  Chicago. October 28.���������This city has  suffered   damage   to    the    exleut    of  $S 1,000 by lhc rccent'disaslrous storm.  SELLING RAILWAY TICKETS  dusy  The Soil"  hears    ^         tthal th'e feeling in diplomatic circles   ^ VhoTias rocked' ������2,000 iii a day vvith  iu Franco is ouo of preparedness to, onQ aESjstant.    Skookum gulch comes  ovacuaLo 1'as.lioda wilh Lhc reservation  lhat Franco receives some compensation, which shall b'6 arranged afterwards.' " -Paul de Cassagane: warns  through L'Autorile that in. the event  of a war bsivvoeii Great flrilain and  France. Fiance has everything to lose  and declares lhat they would be playing tins same ro'.c a3 Spain in l*.sr  lato war with the United States.  The situation still continues very  grave by leason of the excitement  in Paris. "        :  ANARCHISTS ARRESTED    *      I  Haifa, Palpslino, October 21.���������The '  police made* an important, arrest or  a well known Anarchist hero, yesterday. Extraordinary precautions are  being laken to insure; tho safety of  Emperor William and Em pres.. Augusta Victoria. During tlie time tbey are  here women will not be allowed on  lho streets, as lhe police fear that  Anarchists may assume this disguise.  CUBAN   INSURGENTS  New York, October 27.���������Tbe United  States have declined -the offer of the  Cugaa insurgents lo assist in preserving peace.  PHILADELPHIA JUBILEE  Heavy rains havo caused  Lhe postponement  of  tbe  peace  j-ibilee  celebration   in   Pbiladlp'.iia.  '    SEVERE SNOW STORMS  Severe rain and snow storms are reported from Wisconsin, Michigan and  Illinios.  GERMAN. EMPEROR'S JOURNEY  London.   Otlober  27.���������The    Emperor '. 'and  and  I ami Empress of Germany have arrived ..minister,  safely at Mount Carmel.  into Bonanza at No. 2 above Discovery and there is perhaps the richest  spot in the country, or on earth for  all that is known. You can see the  gold in the gravel "in nuggets. I staked a good bench claim on Bonanza bul  lost it by not standing in with the  officials. I tell you I have beensore to  see the way that. British law and justice have been dealt oul here. The  shame that lias been put on tho British Hag here bas. never been known  1 guess in British territory. From  tho'boundary at Lnke Bennett to Dawson corruption has boe;ii rampant all  summer. It s?ems tbat. all oflicials  from tbo lowest constable to" the gold  commissioner have jusljbscn- "in it"  for all they could make. If a man  staked a claim that the recorders  thought was a good one"., that man  would have a bard lime lo get it.  Tbey would send some friend to stake  it and tell tbe other man to come back  in ten clays, at wiiich time they would  I loll him it was recorded. I never had  occasion to feel ashamed of being a  ' British, subject until 1 came here.  Ogilvie came in fen days ago. He may-  bo able to change tilings, but" it is  doubtful.  Free Press:     Most  people   are'unaware  thai   it   is  a  criminal   offienso  to .buy or-sell a-railway ticket outside  of the regular agents of    the    company.    Bul such  is Hie fact'and  the  statutes of    Canada provide that the  punishment for  this  crime  is   a  fine  Canadian   Pacific  Railway  have  been'  up  to  ?50    or    imprisonment."     The  patient  for  some  lime,   but  the  evil  -rhevc-has-beon--of-&oilins-tho-reiurn-pnrl.:iof-a-cheap-  I ticket lias become -so pronouccd that  j the'company   lias  determined  to  put  j a slop to the .practice, and -'hereafter  ' will -press for. the," imprisonment of a  jcnlpiit us v.-bil as.a fine.    Iu several  |  sascs   iu _"which   the -passengers arc  , detected travelling east on.tickcts'.pur-  j chased from; those who had jfo'inc up'  ' from the east oa tlie cheap* rates'.-the  oflicials  have  been, lenient,'and   only  insisted ,on  their paying.full fare or  i leaving the traiii and giving up,their  ', tickets.    -This   vvas   done   principally  becauso   the   passengeis 'appeared, to  be ignorant of tho law. but. 'in future  vigorous   measures -will -be   enforced  to, prevent the continuance of. the custom.   Wednesday morning'A.'A.Hitch-  cock   was  charged   beforo  Magistrate  Peebles   charged   with   selling   a "return  pari of a cheap ticket* for $1S.  The man to whom ho sold lho ticket  was  taken  off  the  train-   bore - anil  Hitchcock  was made to refund    the  money and pay a fine of ?30 and costs  or CO days in jail.      A special agent  has  been  employed  by  the  company  to   detect   any  one  guilty' of  similar  misdemeanors.  on   the  subject*.  Canadian apples nr-: nol doing v.".->!l  tliis hcson on tbo Loiulon ii::i"~I~' I".  Tbey have arrived thei'! iu li.nl <~c i  diticin, spoiled and pt-.rtl.illy blbdttod,  hence the price is down. Grivm-  steins briar from 12 to 17 shiiltf.;",  pippins 23 to 30 -r.liillinijs only p:r  barrel. '.,.-. .". ���������: j������  Lord   Rosebery  is  still   one  of  the  most popular men in England.-   He is  shrewd, clever, rich, and fortunate iri  rll he takes, ho'd of.    It was said "of-  i hhn that in youth he had three wishes  i One ' vvas to  win   the Derby,  another  jto marry.the viches.t woman in Hughe third was to  be  prime  And li" got them all.    He  would be a great fellow to Dull thorp-  ON THE SCENT  Alcxandiia,   October   24.��������� .\n   Italian  Anarchist vvas arrested  here.  He  was ti passenger on a steamer bound'  for Palestine.  bones.  Nelson Miner: A local paper gravely announces the .birth of a child in  this city two weeks olel. This extraordinary occurciii-j** shows the pheno-   ___.  min.il fecundity of thi_ neighborhood.  i Tiie czoii. in the atmosphere is bc-  Tlu~ Fenian rni.l medals fo-,' the I'.iev.-d to hi.ve something to ao with  Canadian velcians aie at !:'..-: ou a; it. But scirntisis aver thai it is en-  fan* way to if I'vlvr.!. !'..���������>_-.. Pr. j tiviy due ro the latitude. After a  I to: ��������� len lis dei'id"il on tit** elesis_;n and Ivv.-.'.ie. when thi-" grand province gets  the war ollci* has b"cn si~"P.!>i"ei of iliem vto_ 1 ?";irt ar.d'si.akes oi? lhe in-  rhoi.e, so thai it is probable ihat they Icrt'a '.li.-.t no*.- relicts its powers,  mav be liens for distribution on May {children will be hoys, here big enough  Mth next year.  Ito  vote.  The world's product of gold for the  year 189S will probably yield $250,-  000,000.    Where does il all go to ?  "Order is heaven's first law," says  Pope, and the -commercial traveller  thinks it should be the storekeeper's  too.  Toronto Telegram: Just watch Sir  Wilfrid Laurier stop his paper when  his attention is called to the paragraph in the Globe i-eferting to tho_  late Sir Allan MacNab as "Canada's"  Ablest Premier."  The fighting attitude of the French  has been very much modified during  tlio last few days, but Iheir anxiety  to draw away attention from the internal strife, may yet. rc~"uli. iu complications, in 1S70 they burnt their  house in an attempt to set it in order,  and history may repeal itself.  A telegram from Geneva. N.Y., says:  Dr. William Brooks, director of the  Smith observatory, lias discovered a  r.ow comet. Its position is right a's-  epntion. 14 hours. "'���������', mini.tc_, declination north. CO decrees, 'il, minutes,  motion s,oulhea_~terly. The comet is  large round and bright. This is the  twenty-first comet, discovered by Mr.  Brooks.  ������&U^  T'  .^&m  "fl  Neatly  i.:  Latter Heads '   ,  Note Heads  Bill Ileails  Statements  'Envelopes  Busiuess   C.~ti'ds  Visithip" Cards  Programmes  Menu Cards  Wedding Cards  Memorial Cards  InvitationCards  Receipts  Di'tit'is  Cheques  Steele  Cei-tificnl.es  ���������Sho-rvCnrds-���������=���������-  Books or.  Pamphlets  Folders" , J  Debentures  Binding of 1  any kind    jj  the mmm exchju-SE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in towD.  The bar is supplied with tlie best brands of Wines,  Liquor,   and   CiRiirs, y.  el. V, PEEK.S, .Manager.  eiDS LUJ.D Pfo  SB  F. JVleCJIRTY  _ni..      WIp"lf"~;il'" and Retail Dealer in .'.. ^  PRIJV.E BEEF, PORK,  ���������MUTTON Jl-ND SJ11DSJISB  Fisli , and   Game   in    .Season.       Mai-kets   at   .Kevelstoke,  liovulsLokc .Station, Xakiisp. Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in  town.        Centrally ' located  Choice   V. iues,   Liquors * aDd  Cigars .' '���������  Best    accoiiimodalioD. Kates    $1     per  day  Brown & Poo], Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Largo light bed  rooms  Table furnished "'with  tbe choicest the market  affords. Best ' Wines  Liquors    nnd "   Cigars  i-il.CO a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor. ,  THE PIONEER 'LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbo Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Uorsee  __________  Saddle    and     Pacini ways for hire.   -  TYeighliiif-;   and   Teaming  specialty. -   X  Daily HltiRe leaves' Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  ' for Trout Lake Oily.    Pur particulars write /     . -        "  ,   . CRAIG & HILLMAN, Tiiojisox's Landing.  To secure one of-those desirable lots.  CHEAP ou tbe C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site:" -. ���������  Dont    wait"   till    the   boom  our. way, but BUY NOW.  comes  'W  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  For  Kinds of   Commercial  RINTING- ������������������.:���������-���������  Give Us A Calk Our Prices Arc Right.  QR ANYTII1N.G in  JOB ' PIUN1ING.  the line of  If you do  you can bo furnished with the  same by THE HERALD. AVe  carry a greater assortment of  paper, Envelopes, Cards, Etc,than  any other establishment in  North Kootenny, and can give  satisfaction in  "   Quality  Promptness  and Friee,  F  ERGUSON-  The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines  lie Sure ami register at the  BJiUMORJIL .HOTEL  When you reach FEIiGUSOX.  The t.'.lil. is nrov'uleil with tbe best  the market alioiil..     Hates  from  $2  to ������5 per day.  What Do You  ������  Want in Shoes \:  It you -waist" o Rood Miners' Shoo come    .' -'  I). .Ii_r.__:_n2.  I.'yen want a good Prospectors* Shoe eomp  lo 1.. Jenkins.  Shocj and Unrncss repaired on the ibortett  notice. AH line, ot work kopt ln Itoclt  nl pricta to auit all. . ���������  ,    D. JENKINS J  Kiri-t St-cct. ono block Iron, the Imperl~.|  Hunk ot Cnnads.  Hevelstokc Station. B. P.-  Wood! Wood!  "Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  GUil MINOS BROS.,  eJ0l}Fl  E.Wood  'rices  and samples  application.  ���������k-Yeistok  furnished on  Address  " , Jlrefcteet - '* ��������� -  and Builder3'  Ke Liuidice, pluns nnd ppoclfications fcrsi-he.1  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood carv-In; a  specialty.      Work    Eliop   on   1'roat Street.  Tlie  mulct-icneel has a large supply  !nf Hemlock, Spruce.   Fir    and   Pine  Proprietors, j Wood for sale.    Any person requiring  wood  will  kitnllv leave  their order*  wilh Jlr.  .V. SI. Lawrence. Reqelstoke  .Station,   or    with    H.    N\   Coureier,  Front Street, Revelsloke.  ITnlf FRANK JULIAN."  Tlie Vernon Soda  Water Works . .'  J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  M  Wen.deil Maclean  Wholesale  and Bet ail  Mi  ������.~S  ".Iir.uf-ctirc- ol Scda "Water, Singer  .Mc." -_������rea*_-_������ and all Soft Drinks.  A full snui-V k-pt in . tock at Mc-.  Cirtv". Cold Elorago. where orders  est! be:lelt.��������� b20-w-_~  *Uggi3.  Gaigary  Kail Orders Promptly Attended To.  K2 ������  FPELST0K,E  lip WORKS..  Blaclrsin-thine- Job_______  Plumbing*.  Pipe Fitting  Tinszmt-im'-  Shoet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  fining Work a Specialty     m������  ROBT. GORDON  Rovolstoke Stn. Artist's Materials  FOR SALE   OR  EXCHANGE  A choice collection of political  01 these we have a complete supply of article- re-quir. I. such a-- Oil Col_r.J. I'.rnslies,  palcU- Hoard!", I'alctlu Knives mid Oils.  For the Draughtsman  and Architect ������______.  Kverviliini; required in their line will bo  found at hand: .Sueh a* all kinds ol drawing  and Tracing Linen and Paner*. Instruments,  P.ulere, Seiuarc". and 1'nloroil Druultig Inks.  Mall orders promptly attended to.  Night Bell on Door.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  CUAS.   It. Ml-DONALIl  Manaiecr.  Revelstoko Station, II. C  liter-  Grit  Rooms to Let  T.Vi  ���������It  iy for  particulars to  t       , ,        , ��������� -, . Hotel License  inure for stile  very cheap  by   a   Grit      ..������������������.��������� ,  J i       J \     NOTICIi iKlirrehv given  llml SO davs from  politician who ha . got bis job anil   lias i dute hereof 1 intend to imply to tlie stineiiill-  ' J ' urv Magistrate  for  the  Itevelstoke  Riding of  West Koiitcliny for perinision losell liijiiors by  retail ut my Hotel at l!evul.,toko, 11. C.  LOCAL  AND JCENERAL   NEWS  Nnsnti I  Nomoein ! !  Nolipbt! I I  November ! !! !  * 9:30 nt the Vic. for a sandwich.  Mrs."A. Cook, of Thomson's Landing, vvas in town yesterelay.  H. A. Carey went through on Monday westward bound.  J. Benson anil Archie Benson left on  Saturday for Vernon.  ���������Fresh Bulk Oysters���������extra select���������  at J, R. Hull & Co.'s. oct 8-lm  Gen. S. McCarter spent Sunday at  Banff with his family.  ���������Go to Mr. R. Tapping's for pumpkins, cabbage anel celery.  ���������Fresb Bulk Oysters���������Extniseleet���������  nt J. "ft. Hull to Co.'s. oct 8-lm  J. D. Graham came in on Saturday  from the Waverley mines.      **  ���������. - The Le. Roi broke the record on  Thursday last and hoisted 725 tons of  ore.  Mrs. Batbara Clark left yesterday  morning for n. week's visit to the St.  Leon Hot Springs.  Mr. Markill, of Lhe Kootenay Lumber Co., spent, a fevv days in town lust  week on business in connection with  the firm.  The Daily Mail and Empire is now  offered to subscribers in this province  at two dollars a year. Address the  Mail, Toronto, Canada.  The roof of Mr. Tapping's new opera  house vvas finished on Saturday and  the carpenters are busy on the work  in the interior of tbe building.  Nazere Rabucheau died yesterday  at his residence west of the .track of  paralysis. The funeral took place this  morning at 10 o'clock to the Revelstoke cemetery.  The new C.P.R steamer Moyie whb  launched at Nelson on Saturday,  October 22. Mm. Capt. Troupe performed the pleasing ceremony which  gave the vessel her name.  A. E. Ellis, vvho disposed of the  Revenue In Otto Abeling .on Monday  leaves for Wetaskiwin, Alta.. fnr the  winter. Mr. Kilis is still interested in  the L-* irdenii and vvill return again in  the spring to look after his  property.  Mr. Fr ink Walley, graduate ofg the  class of OS of the Ontario College of  Pharmacy, spent a couple of days in  ��������� town-last-week���������with-h is. sister,���������Mrs..  G. M. Clark. Mr. Walley has accepted  a. position at Nelson and left Friday  ' to take i barge of it.  Il is sincerely hoped that the rumor  that the C.P.R. when they commence  building their, l-oacl, vvill lower the  surface of the lake ten "feet, is true.  Besides being an immense saving to  tbe Railway Co.. it will We of inestimable benefit to Trout Lake City and  to the ranches which lie back of the  town. It could be done at a comparatively sm._l. cost.���������The Topic.  Mis. M. K. Lawson has just received  and has now on exnibition in the west"  window of the store a handsome line  of ladies' and misses' shoes. Theshoei  are made by .Messrs. Todd, Bancroft &  Co.. of Rochester, New York, a linn  of manufacturers of first-class goods  and well known throughout Canada.  Tbe shoes on exhibition are of the  latest style and design. They would  make a handsome 'Xmas piesent for  mothers, sisters, or sweetheart...  _ Ir. S. Ballrgnard. vvho has delivered the mail from the postoffices to  the trains for the past few years, has  disposed nf his business to Dave  Henderson, formerly of Calgary. Mr.  and Mrs. B.illeguarJ le.ave shortly for  their old home in Denmark, where  they vvill again reside. The HERALD  with tbe manv- friends of Mr. and  Mrs. B-illi'giiard wish them a safe  journey lieimi-.  no furl hue use fnr I hem. Or would be  exchanged fnr a copy of the last edition of the Postal Guide. Tbe collection includes the following valuable  and interesting words:  HiisineHs talks to business men by  Hon. Jisracl Tarte.  Pearls of Political Purity. Being  extracts from the Grit press prior to  .lune -800.   Very curious.  The ethics nt Government by Brer  Smith.  Loungers round Lardeau by a provincial legislator.  lluw.l worked B k   to   a   finish.  An autobiography.  Money talks. A trait for the Times  l,v H 1 B k, Esq., M.P.  The hook of nil the wisdom. B. A.  Solomon, Jr.  Collected parliamentary speeches of  Mr. Bostock. A single broad-sheet  nicely printed in large type with wide  margins.  The commission that failed, by  Cotton and Martin.  PERCY C. C.KOTTY.  Itevelstoke, Oetoher "'Stli, l_'J8.  Hotel   License.  Take notice, that I, the undersigned, intend  to apply 811 days alter date tn the Stipendiary  Maoist rate nf the Kevelstoko Killing of West  Koolenay for a license to sell liquor hy retail  at my hotel, -sltuutu on the Ills lleml waggon  road, ahout three miles north nl Revelstoke.  Ii. CALLAHAN  I'nted at Revelstoke, Oct. l_!lli, 18M".  THE POST OFFICE SCHEME  As is doubtless' well known now to  the readers of the Herald a project  fur centralizing the postofllce is in  shape and will probably be presented  before long to the' suffrages of the  people of Revelstoke, either by way of  h public meeting or hy petition. The  Hkhald regards -the scheme in its  present form as distinctly premature.  The idea is to locate the new post office  somewhere near Tapping's new opera  house. Now the Hkkald bHlieves that  the two postoffices in this place vvill,  of course, in the end merge into ono.  But it considers that the present condition of the town does not warrant  the location of such a postof'fico being  definitely decided upon. It, is as yet  almost impossible to say where the  principal business of the place is going  to be conducted, and thn new post  office slioiild'nol be situated very far  from the ultimate business centre of  the town. As things stand now we  believe that lbe convenience of tbe  greatest number is best consulted by  allowing the present arrangements to  continue and the future will bo best  piovided for by waiting awhile until  the ultimate shape which things will  take is more clearly apparent.  Advertisement for Creditors  NOTICE IS HEREIIV GIVEN thai all persons  luii-iii.; eliiims against the Estate of .lolm  Ilrui'i'. laic nf Arrowhead, in- the County of  K'onleiiHV, II. C, who died In or about the  nionili ol.lune-lii<t, arc un nr before the .'"Dili  dav of November, ISPS, tu setul by post, prepaid  to the solicitors nl Hnt.il llniee, the administrator of the .aid deceased, tlieir Christian and  surname, addresses unit descriptions, the full  particulars of Iheir claims, a statement nf Iheir  accounts, ami lhe nature of securities (if anyl  held by tlicm, after which sulci date the said  iiilininlsir.itiir vvill proceed to distribute the  assets of lliu said estate, and will not ne responsible to any person or persons of whose claim  he shall not then have received notice.  . Hated at Itevelstoke this _>fith day of October.  A.I). 1S98.  ,   HUGH llRUCE.  Itevelstoke, B. C.,  AoniuiNtrator.  WHITE, GWILLIM .. SCOTT,  Kevelstoke Station, It. C.  Solicitors for the jVelministrator.  3-5 Kev.p.r.i.  cold ring, sei ���������.villi  LOST���������."  stone-",   T  reiu.Ti  tn J. V. Perks, Mi:,  trinsic value small.  three tnrquolsc  :l he paid tor Its  Exchange,   ln-  Land Notice.  Take notice CO days afterdate hereof I intend  to applv lo The Chief Commissioner of Lands  nnd Works for permission to purchase 1(50 acres  Kootenay District described as follows: Commencing at the Initial Post situated on the  Eastern boundary ol L11111...1 abour'7.88 chains  from the North East corner thereof, tlience ,10  chili ns North, Thenco III chains East, Tlience  -111 chains South, Thence 10 chains West to the  point ol commencement.  MICHAEL ORAIIY,  liv his agent  A. I'. CUMMINS.  Dated October S, 1893.  "~~~*~i  Ja_.  it     13  <���������_>---_--,.���������.'_  MUr  fesi-* k  "Vtfr.yv"3 "~s~r*^ ���������~~~f'    k-P1  ������^-____________a.^  Agent for the  Blickensderfer  Typewriter  _D_B_A.XJ3~~~__a  p_^__ Gents' Furnishings  Advertisement for Creditors  NOTICE IS HEH.~j.BY GIVEN that all persons having claims against the Estate of  William Joseph I,adc. late of Silverton in the  Oouiitv of Kootenay, B.C., who died on or  about "the 28th day ol February, 1S97. are on or  before the 30th day of November, 1898, to send  bv post prepaid to the Solicitors of James j\.  Laele, the Administrator of the said deceased,  their Christian and surname, addresseH and  descriptions' the full particulars of their  claims, a statement of their accounts, and the  nature of the securities (if any) held by them,  after which said date, the said administrator  vvill proceed to distribute the assets ol the  said estate, and will not bo responsible to any  person or persons of whose claim he shall not  then have reeeiveel notice.  Hated at Itevelstoke this 20th day or October,  A D.,"1S!>S. 5  JAMES A. LADE,    .  Silverton. B.C.,  Administrator.  WHITE, GWILI.IM A SCOTT,  Itevelstoke Station, B. C,  29���������lm     "   Solicitors for the Administrators.  Sales by Tender  TENDERS vvill ho received by the undersigned up till llio 10th ilny nl November, IS'JH,  for llie purchase of the Hook Debts nf Die  Estate nl W. IS. Pease A Co.. aiiinunliiig to about  ������_,000, as iier list, which may be Inspected at  the ottlccof lhe jlsslgnco.  T__I~K"S will also be received by the  jVsslgnee up to the said ilate for the purchase  of the Equity of Kc'lr.iuptieui in Lot'.'". Block "!,  ijiiii'lter Townsito, In the To'.vn of Itevelsiokc.  TENDERS in each case to bo enclosed In a  scaleil envelope, marked "Tender, XV. 11. I'. A  Cn." and to be accompanied hy ft marked  cheque payable to the ordor of the .Vssignec  for 1-10 the amounted the tender, which cheque  will be returned by the Assignee II tender is  nol accepted.  The highest or any tender In either case not  nccessarllv accepted.  Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., Oct. 28, 1898.  PERCY CHAPMAN,  Itevelstoke, B. C,  Oct. 29 til Assignee.  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.  DPOE-T  0*E","F,IC**E  STOBE,   IR *E "V "El IiS TO "PC _______! _ B. C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Donald County Court  Al (he siltings held by Judge Forin  nt Donald on Oc-tohei-2(>th. the following cases were disposed of:  Tom vs. Miller���������Action for damages  for bleach of an agreement to grant ;i  lease. Judgment for plaintilf for S50  ��������� Isiinaires. Gen. S. McCarter for  plaintiff.  Re A. fi. M. Spragge Estate���������Order  untie appointing XV. G. Neilson, M. P.  P., .'.itiiiliiistrator.  Hi liessie C. Leigh Estate���������Order  in.it]"' for probate of will to issue to (_.  A. Warren. Geo. S. Alt-Carter in  support of the applications.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  RO. KB-KRV, SjlLISBUKY, arsenic,   imperial,  ASB  CORONATION   MINERAL    CLAIMS    -ND   THE  KMI'IKK, KINGDOM ANDJUISIL-E-RACTIONAL  MINERAL CLAIMS ;  Situate in the Revelstoke Mining Division of  West Kootenav District. Where located on the  Norlh Fork of Carnes Creek, Big Bend.  TAKE NOTICE THAT!, Francis J. O'Reilly,  of Silverton, II. C, as agent for the Carnes  Creek Consolidated Gold jllnes, Limited, Froe  Miner's Certificate No. 91.S72. intend, sixty  days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for cent Scales of improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  grant., of lhe above claims.  ���������And-further take -notice-that-r.otior.���������undcr-  seclion 37. must be commence"! before the  issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 16th dav of October, 1S9S.  Nov. 1���������9t FRANCIS J. O'REILLY.  Advertisement to Creditors  IN THE MATTER OF THE COLUMBIA AND  KOOTENAY STEAM NAVIGATION* COMPANY, LIMITED, LIABILITY:  NOTICE Is hereby given that the creditori  of the above namo'd company arc hereby required on or before the  Seventh Day of December, I898  to send their names and addresses and the  particular, of their debts or clalm������, and the  nair.es aud addresses of tlieir .solicitors, if any,  to D. M. Rogers, Esq., Bank of Montreal Chambers, Victoria, B. C, the Liquidator of the "aid  company, and at the expiration of the said  time lhe Liquidator will proceed to distribute  the assets 01 the Company or any part thereof  amongst the parties entitled thereto, having  -���������ga.d only to the claim, of which the Liquidator has then notice; and the Liquidator  Khali not be liable for the assets or anj part  thereof as distributed to any person whose  claim he has not had notice at tho time of  distributing the assets or a part thereof as the  ca .1 may be.  Paled at Victoria, B. C, lhis 27th day of  Oetolier, A.D.. 1&9-.  McI'IIILLIPS, WOOTON i BAkNARD,  Bank of Montreal Chambers. Victoria,  B. C, Solicitors for the said Liquidator  DEER HEADS,  BIRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved and   Mounted  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  Notice of Assignment.  Pursuant to the Creditor's Trust Deeds Act,  and amending Acts, notice Is hereby giveu  that William Benson l'easc and Annie Gibson  Paget, both of Revelstoke in the Province of  British Columbia, Grocers, doing business  under the firm name of " XV. B. Pease <_ Co."  have bv deed dated the 12th day of October,  1898, os*signed all tlieir personal estate, credits  and effects which.may be seized and Hold  under execution and*all their real estate to  Percy Chapman of Revelstoke aforesaid,  Wholesale Ifcrehants, in trust for the benefit  of their Creditois.  The said Deed' was executed hy the said  William Benson l'ease, Annie Gibson Paget  and Percy Chapman on tliol-th clay of October  1898. All persons having claims against the  said William Benson l'eii-e andjVunie Gibson  Paget arc required on or before the Dth day of  November, 1S98, to send to the said Trustee full  particulars of the same duly verified, together  with the particulars of the security, if any,  held bv theni.  And'notice is herebv given that after the  said Sth day of November, 1S9S, the trustee will  proceed to distribute the assets among those  Creditor- whose claims have been lodged with  him, and that he vvill not be responsible after  said date for the assets so distributed or any  part thereof, to any person or persona, firm or  corporationofwho.se debt or claim be shall  not then have received notice.  A meeting of the Creditors of the said William Benson Pease and .Vnnie Gibson Paget  will be held at the ollice White, Gwilllm .<_  Scott, Tavlor Block, Revelstoke,- B.C.,011 Thursday tho 27th clay ol October, 1898, at ten o'clock  in the forenoon.-  Dated at Kevelstoko, B.C., the 18th"day ol  October, A.D. 1898.  WHITE, GWILI.IM  ._ SCOTT.  Solicitors for lhc above named Trustee.  A Chance to  Save 50 per cent these liard times  Ey buying your Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware,  Etc. at I. M. Citron's: W. B. Pease & Co.'s old  stand, opposite the Union Hotel.  2W~   The Roods are nil of lirst class ciuality.   " _~~~3  Remember this special otter will only last for a short peried.  I. M. CITRON.  "BLEAK  HOUSE."  We   tako  Actt-cssc"  ���������jreiit. pleasure  in   announcing   that   one   of   America's   greatest  MIS5 JANE COOMBS  Is jr-TniE: to stop for one niijlit vvith us, so now is your lime lo get dovvn your  Dickens nntl refres-h your memories by a M-eonil perusal of t.be tale. All llinso  who have read tlie story in -idvaiu-e vvill (if tbey like) have the eminent  s.-iti'-faction of seeing it in its dramatized forin presented by a great artiste  and a brilliant companv. Mis-- Cornlw and Co. will appear at TAPPING'S  THEATRE on SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5T1I.  PAYETTE f-UJKER,  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,  LOANING and  INVESTMENT  AGENT.  $40,00010120 AN  ON REVELSTOKE REAL  ESTATE SECURITY.  office:  Mckenzie aveni;e.  Musical  Instruments  You arc requested to look over my  select stuck of    VIOLINS, (ICITARS    MANDOLINS    HORNER'S MOUTH ORGANS   STRINGS and ACK:-SORIF,S....  An excellent stock at low prices.  Tobaccos, ejigar.. Soft ftcfrcbhing Prink:.,  Stationery, Novels, Japanese Curios, Etc.  Chas. J. Aman  LETTERS  "J .ie performance will bejrin with the famous balcony ..e-une from Romeo  and Juliet. Reserved seats now on sale _t CHAS. J. AMAN'S and F. 11.  WELLS'.  IT WILL PAY YOU  To try a 5 box lot of our Winter Apples before v/e  store them.     We have just received 440 boxes,  three varieties.      Also 60 boxes Choice  Pears  from the Coldstream Ranch.  You   already   know  the   quality of our   goods.  Write or seo  us  for special prices for ton or car load lots feed or vegetables.  GEO. BELL & CO.  "The Leading Store."  No bluster, im fuss, Just business, that's all.  Dry Goods  Mens' Clothing  Boys' Clothing  Overcoats  Mackinaws  Mens' Furnishings''  Hats and Caps  Boots and Shoes  Carpets  Curtains  House  Furnishings  Etc., Etc.  Ui  o  "t-l  to  ���������M  C  d>  fee  <  _>  o  CO  The D & A Corset.  For Everting Dress  Women find lbe D & A Corset ns .  well suited for evening wear rs it is  for ordinary purposes. It givci  "chic" to the figure,'without stiffness or discomfoil. It is sold at  popular prices.  Wear the D &. A  Corset.   ill  a  ������  o  ������_.  3  o  a  <~>  t_i  r-  O  o  o  n.  CA  ������-  ft-  70'  TO  e  o  3  (*  o*  TO  "O  >���������_  ������*.  o  CD  (fl  Pewny's Celebrated Kid Gloves.    Women's Underwear.  Children's  Combination  Sleeping Suits.  Goods well boupfbt are half solel. therefore" we experience  ho  difficulty  in selling our wares.  &_'������._."-.���������������'-S"������  U*....Mil....I....IIB..II............ I......||  ll.lllUIMIg  3  j Hotel Fe?j>iig@rvi  : Ferguson, B-C- |  \ Bsst J-ceommodatlort In th������ I  I        Iia.iieau Dlstrlet.        I  I   Rates:   $2*������<D Pe? Dag.   I  I D. Ferguson.- Proprietor* j  m...........................am... .���������.......���������������������������.. mi. hii.iS-  TAYLOR BLOCK,  TIcKENZIE AVE.  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  ���������    Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  Light   Transferring  and Carting  ������l������~"Tclephonc"_ our orders to W.M. Lawrcnc������  anil they vvill be promptly attendee! to.  Robert Fleming  is  _r-Ttf -0 tf  "-""^P'^t-waR^"""-"5-:~"~"-~-"'~"~"j ������������������  "$>ftw>,-jj'.,sr^,>,;~:- "."~.S_:3*5.fe.^ft&������?_������>"?.(  i^fc*.2&~_-is^-yi-jfc������y&������_Ka _.^'  _ s  yS*_  "3*"" .���������������"?..->". rS-~'-?-~i"~V rrtr? KeSSJ&X K^~"  || The Stove Trade ^^^  .Mejs=____._i=_~.\-e are-str!C-J.y-in-tliaStovo.biisincss.____VVe-ari_i_<Iailv_cxpcctlng.our_tIiir_d_e.e.r_-_^js  "������J of Stoves since vve opened up In Kevetstoke. sixteen months ajjo.     Our great    SvJ  fevjs success in this particular branch of our business is.thnt wo carry nothing hut    &xJ  !g_?  "5*5  m  -W-  m  the highest grade of Stoves and our prices arc reasonable. We can show you  the small No. 7 Cook Stove, just the'thiut. Ior bachelors; or the large Steel  Range with ail lhe latest Improvements. In Heating Stoves���������all lines of Ilox  Stove., from IS to :'G inches, and in Coal Heating Stoves from the small "Globe  Heater" to lhe large handsome double heaters rich in their uieklo embellishments. If you cannot afford a furnace get a double henlcr with hot air  attachments, and you can have your upstairs heatod to perfection. We are  sorry to disappoint "our patrons who have been waiting for our .Mr Tight  Heaters,but as soou as our fittings arrive we will be able to supply all demands.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  .Hardware, StoveB, Tinware.  m  II  88  m  m  ""S"  At Tin: I'.EVELSTOKE PHOTO CO. GALLERY-  f 9R SALE-  1.���������Husincs.. .lots, on Campbell .Vvcnne. A.  snap for cash. "  2.���������A lot In the centre nf'the business part ol  Mackenzie Avenue. $800 in cash aiid liable- to  go up  iu price before lung.  3.���������llnsiiipss lut������', SU foot front, on First St.,  between the two bunks. Some of the choicest  business properly on the market.  -I.���������Four lots at lhe corner of Third Street  and Campbell .'.ven.io���������a good location.  fl.���������Two lots nearly npposilo Samson's residence on Third street. ~1"0 each. Nice lot.-  nnd a bargain for residential purposes.  f,.���������j\ large Inline two-storey resilience, Juat  erected on Second Street, two minutes walk  from 0. P. It. RouiidlioiiHc, plastered inside,  fence, verandah.   Price ~;l,.-_0, on easy terms.  7.���������Comer loi. next Revelstoke Postofllce,  Front Street.' _f:t.-_ cash.   A bargain.  S. ' Two lots, opposite J. H. Sibbald's residence, on First St.   ."-.in each. .   .  tl. llcsirable residence, close to the Cowan  Hlock, cheap for cash. 5 rooms, bathroom ond  pantry.  10.���������ffi.V)���������?3,r)0 down will liny a house, throo  rooms nud kitchen, anel furniture, lncliidinfr  the lirst of three paviuonlson the lot. Choice  location, corner of Third and Ford street. This  is n great bargain.  11.���������A comfortable cottage close to the Court  House, standing on-n-"rD-font-lot, snpplicil-ivlth-  every  convenience, nf a great bargain.   '500  down and the balance on easy terms.  Straight loans on real property round the  centre of the business part of the upper town.  No red tapu, formalities or delay.  Apply to  Grgsan & Ge.,  AGENTS.  m&mMm^mBWgmtmmmwBwmmTmm  Pai2L TO THEDGORSp  1 . ======ss:��������� -m  smat/ye.  That  is   the  condition   of   our store on Front Street. 9i  V/e have a good stock of Men's Fine Fall and Winter  Clothing.     Boots  and   Shoes, the best on the market. 'b-s'5:  Groceries, Flour, Provisions, Vegetables, Etc. g55>������  Fallis Bros.  vm  its  HARD COAL !  HARD CASH !  iPii,  Revelstoke Sash & Door  ���������**H-|������ Factory  Manufacturers of and Dealers lu  Sash. Doors, Turnings, Plinths, Corner  Blocks, Mouldings ,,f nil kinds,  Fancy Gables and Verandah vvotk,  Brackets of .ivory description made  to order. St oi������? and ollice Fittings,  Window Frames," Willi Sash fitted  .1 specialty.  All the latest machinery.    Dry kiln on the  d i   premises.    Call and  I  -SAWYER & MANNING*  get prices before  going elsewhere.  BRICK !  The F. E. Piper Co. have novv on hand  First Class Brick at right prices.  Intending builders  would do well to  call and examine.  Brick vard just north of tha Gun Club  grounds.  Mail orders promptly attended to.  Prices on application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,"'.  Revelstoke, B. C.  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered  from car   Delivered from shed   .. S9.50 Dei- ton.  ..S-0.00 per ton.  Novy is the time to jret in your winter supply before the snow falls.   Order  early.     Cash must accompany the order.  _f. Mccarty.  V7. &. BIRNEV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station '  Graining, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finishing. House Painting in .all Branches,   '  Carriage raintlug, Glazing, Ae..  __B


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