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Array /O  if-"A"" "T-O-Sf*"  -ISSTJE3D   T-W-IOB-A-TArBB_K--'W^_3_D__TESI)^_.-5rS   .A-IbTID   Sj!__TTT:EL:D^-.-__-S--  Vol. II.    No. 78.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2$ 1898.  $2 OO a Year in Advance;  j^as-gg������_-a3-3_2_"gaai_es!sgs5^i_^  Hudson's Bay w  Company  "lX00ttK>a_TJU> 1670  The  Most Up-to-Pate Outfitters  in Western Canads.  lotwidinc Pro.peetora should write ua  (or one ot our new Folders, which  contains an excellent Map and an  estimate of the probable coat ef a  complete outfit tor the Oold Field*.  Hudson's Bay Stores, -  Calgary.  __._������__-, Feb. 1   1888.     .  5_-_5__2ggy___!__-;  Haig  & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sol* Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  C. B. Hume  &Co.  At the.  STOVES  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., RevelstoKe Sta.  Money to Loan.  W.White. Q.C. J.M.Scott. B.A..LL.B.  ���������    -        F.L'.-trlllira.  Air Tight  Heaters  21, 22, 23, 24 inch  Box Stoves  18, 22, 25. 28, 30, 36 inches  Cook Stoves  $7, $8. $9 $io,  with or without extensions or ranges  Parlor Stoves  Base Burners,  . Gurney'������ Self Feeders  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  -    - Barristers: 'Solicitors,^ Etc*-  Company (nnds to loan at 8 per cent.  - Offleet:   Molsons Bank Block.  First Street   Revelstoke Station,- B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Dravlnr and delivery work aspeela'ty.  Teams  always readv on shortest notice.   Contracts tee  iobblng taken. - g-^-Agent (or tbe Standard  111 Company.  DENTISTRY  DR.  EDMONDS, 0  (SiiccccsOr to Dr. Mathlson.)  Te.lh extracted painless.   Dentistry ln all its  branches.    Office ov.r  the Canada Drug &  -Hook Co.s' store.- -   - -���������- - -.   -���������:��������� ���������  DRESSMAKING  mrsTtemple.  ( Formcrlv of Toronto.*)  -     Opposite Molson's Bank, First Street.  Dressmaking in all its branches.   Tailor-made  costumes a specialty.  A good Singer Sewing machine (or sale cheap.  Remember Friday  BARGAINS IX  Embroidery and Laces  AT  M. K. LAWSOFS  Opposite Cowan Block.  Tea will be served every Friday, Bargain  Say, (rom four to six.  ftTg/O���������   I?  ���������1?  Bring  Your  Prescriptions  To  Us  EIck people can't afford  to tako any chances when  having preemptions filled  We take particular pride  in keeping ourstock pure  and in glvlngextra caro to ���������  the compounding of prescriptions. There's nothing iancv about our prices  ���������a fair'profit is all we  want.  Chas. E. Reid ft Co  ^e-  uj&  ^NAaiAN  SHUSWAP & OKANAGHAN  WINTER  SCHEDULE.  Great  Departmental  Cut Nails  ALL SIZES  Wire Nails  ALL SIZES  Finishing Nails  ALL SIZES  Villa Locks  Inside Door Sets.' ,  ' Outside Door Sets.  Rim and  Mortise Locks  ALL KINDS  ON THE FREE COINAGE  WORK WILL BE CONTINUED  ALL WINTER  i    -  .\i  TO STRIKE THE MAIM ORE CHUTE  Hammers  Disston Saws  Planes, All Kinds  ii  Claw ana Lathing Hatchets  Commencing October "1st the winter schedule  on the Shuswap & Okanagan branch of the  Canadian Pacific Railway will take effect.  Commencing aboveaate, trains, southbound,  will leave Bl.araotis Junction, Mondays, .-Ted-  nesdaya and "Fridays, and northbound, leave  Okanagau Landing Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturdays, connecting with the steamer  ������������������Aberdeen." This Instead of the week day  service heretofore performed.  Tar Paper  Building  Paper  Blankets and  Comforters  Excellent rvalues at the big  busy, store all this. week.. Th e  kind tbat housekeepers know  to be good because they are  sold by, the weight.-the warm  woolly . fluffy kind, that look  so well-with their ~ brilliant  colored borders. This special  value sale is well timed, tor  each day brings us nearer the  nights when warm bedclothing  will be a-.necessity. Those  who are' on. ther1threi_hol_["of  blanket, buying' should look at  this .plendid. assortment. .-  Wool Blankets, white, pure  and wooly. the kind ithat makes  one comfortable to look at, so  well woven, desirable and low  priced.  White Wool Blankets, fix  lb. weight, extra good quality  and neatly designed borders  at $8.00.  ���������-Bed Gcmforters, eoolnights  are coming, when the comforts  of these warm coverings will  be much appreciated.  Double Bed Comforters,good  warm and serviceable, well  filled and covered, at $2.00.  A Record Breaker  Was the month of Sept. at  the Departmental, __. Comparisons show the turn over for  the month of September to far  exceed those of former years.  We were not surprised at the  result for never in the history  of the store had you such an  assortment to choose from.  Never were our prices for up  to date goods so low. We intend to make every month  this winter outdo the proceeding one. In order to do this  we must have your patronage.  That means we murt offer you  inducements not only in the  assortment of goods, but also  in prices. Tbis month [Oct.]  we have turned the big busy  store into a sea of bargains.  Mr.   _______  -CetaHia from   Lillooet���������  Rich Gold Ore.,ft!-~~i.That District���������  An Accident to B__ Reamy���������A Horse  Killed by Falling.-Over the  Dump���������  Personal Items from the Landing-.  Thomson's Landing, Oct. 23.���������On  the 10th inst.,' Malcolm -Beaton was  taking.four pack horsei up to N the  Mohawk on Pool C_-~ek, and had the  misfortune to loose one ot  the  animals, "which commenced bucking and  rolled down the steep bank into Pool  Creek, pack and all:'' The horse was  killed by the fall, "and the  pack almost a total lose.' Benton was packing to the Mohawk for T. Downing  and' Ben Reamy. ',-".  On the I8th MrsJj. W.Thomson  returned home from the' coast.  Mr. Monroe, manager of the Free  Coinage, arrived in - from Lillooet on  the 20th, where hie Company baa some  mining property" on' which he; has  taken a coutract* to drive a 100 foot  tunnel. He also brought hack, with  him a- specimen ' of- rich free-milling  gold quartz, in which the gold is visible to the naked' eye.' In conversation with your correspondent Mr.  Monroe" stated tbat .the -'.work on, the  Free Coinage would be kept up all  winter as the main ore chute had not  been struck yet, only small stringers  so far. .    .'".- -  On the 21st Ben Beamy, one of the  .owners -of the - famous'" Mohawk met  with, qui te ii sad accident.'' He with  his partner, ,T" Do~l~~nu>it,.'-Vfro cutting  logs,to erect'a-.blacksmith" shop near  the mine, when a log rolled ��������� catching  Ben and crushing his right'leg very  badly, though no bones are broken'.  On bearing erf the accident to Mr.  Beamy every man at- the Landing  turned out and proceeded to the scene  of the accident and returned with the  unfortunate man and placed him in a  comfortable room.in the Pioneer hotel  where he is doing as well as can he expected.  Billy Johnston is with us again. He  came in from tbe mines on Saturday.  MR. PERRY LEAKE, M. E.  PASSES  AWAY   LIKE  A  TIFUL DREAM  BEAU-  NORTH KOOTENAY FAIR EXHIBIT  Left to Exhibit Itself and No Tidings  Have Been Received of the Man  Sent Down by the Board of Trade to  Look After It���������Spokane Fair No  Enticement for Him.  Mr. Perry Leake has his good points  like most other people, but regarded  in the light of a pusher for ii mineral  exhibit at Spokane he can scarcely be  considered a success. He started off  at the beginning of the month with  several boxes of specimens and the  blessings of the council of the Iwanl  of trade, on an understanding with  that august body that he was to give  his time during the fair to expatiating  on the resources and prospects of  North Kootenay to the public at thn  Spokane Fair. Since then he has not  been heard of. As a matter of fact  Mr. Leake seems to have thought that  when he had got to Spokane then  was a good time to keep' on going on  his projected trip to England. , At all  events some residents ot Revelstoke,  Who visited the fair and inquired for  Mr. Leake were informed that' he had  never reported to the officials of t.he  fair, nor as far as they could make .out  bad he ever registered at Spokane at  all. He left the exhibit to exhibit  itself and passed away himself like a  beautiful dream. Had it not been for  Mr. Featherstone, who was in charge  of the mineral department of tho fair,  the North" Kootenay exhibit would  have remained in its boxes.. Ihe  HERAI-3 rather fails to see. why Mr..  Lei\ke"rindertook_~hie work, if" he did  not mean" to see" it through.- Owing to  him the Spokane Fair this year has  been entirely lost- to this district as a  means of advertisement. Another  year the board should have a distinct  understiindiug." with anybody." sent  down then? as- to what they .expect  him to do.  THE BACKCAPPER  ABBOTT AND  WAGNER  RESULTS   FROM  THE   ABBOTT  ���������OVER $ioo IN SILVER  A 328 FOOT TUNNEL DRIVEN  THE SWEAT SHOP EVIL  MOST SURELY A GULLIBLE AOE  IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  THE OTTAWA  WHITE    LEAD,     PAINTS    AND  PAINT BRUSHES, BOILED  AND RAW OIL  and many olher' lines which Builders  may want.  During the. coming week special"  prices will be given upon all the above  lines.  G,B. Hum������ & Go.  This week we have added  many novelties " in Ladies'  Sailors and Walking Rats,  Ladies' Cloth Jackets and  Capes. And now is your time  to make a selection before  sizes and colors.are broken.  Mail Orders Car-fall. __U<  Bourne Bros.  Tbo San-Francisco Gall, has some  pertinent remarks regarding a species  of hamanity which flourishes in some  of the mining districts usually known  aa a '"backcapper."  " The worst enemies many mining  sections' have are among their own  residents. They pretend to know all  about it* mines, their history, product, probable future and -their value.  Then if pome enterpiising owner succeeds in getting investors interested  enough to come and look at his claim,  these "backcappers get in their work.  Instead of ~ bringing out the good  points of the properties, they bring  out all the had ones and give the  property a 'blackeye* to any sale in  which they can have a finger. If a  cyclone or an earthquake could he  induced to select thin class of people  for general destruction a great many  more mines could command capital  with which to operate. Even a camp  with plenty of good mines and prospect* will have uphill work to advance  if it contains a few men of this kind.  Any deal tbey may he in on is all  right, but those with which they have  nothing to do are sure to get the  rough aide of their tongue. Of course,  a stranger will be apt to listen to an  old resident, who tells bim apparent  facts concerning the - mines of his  section, and it is for this reason that  men of this kind can do much harm.  Many a mining sale has fallen through  because of hints or innuendoes from  such people as this. Men about to  invest in mining property are timid at  best and any cunningly devised story  adverse to the mine is apt to find a  ready listner. No decent person wants  to see casitalists swindled with worth,  less claims, of course, but it is usually  those which have merit which are  attacked by the blackmailers' back  cappers or hoodoes to be1 found in  almost every mining camp in the  ! mining regions of tha we-t."  Assays High in .Silver��������� An Econotnica  Mine to Work  This property is situated on the  gout~-^-fO-k.J__-Of__-__--rdeau- ..creek''  about 'one and three-quarter miles  from the famous Silver Cup mine in u  southeasterly direction. It is a contact vein of lime and slate and .yields  very high assay's, in ' fact outside the  best ore of the Reco mine in the  Slocan and the Arlington and Meteor  mines on Springer creek, lower Slocan  Lake, there is no higher grade of  oro found in the Kootenay than the  chlorides and bromides found on the  Ottawa. An average assay from  samples taken from this property gave  400 ounces silver. 10 per cent, copper,  and 45 per-cent, lead per ton, anel  picked specimens gave results of from  1,200 to 5.000 ounces of silver to the  ton. It is favorably - located for  economical working, has good ground  for mine buildings and has an abundance of good mining timber, and on  account of its position, facing the sun,  the snow goes oil very early in the  spring. This claim is owned by Henry  Schultz and"J act McGregor.  ALL RELIEF DENIED  Government Rescinds Order Renewing  Expired Miners' Licenses  The lieutenant-governor-in-council  has rescinded the. order whereby free  miners may obtain relief from forfeiture due to the lapse of a free miners'  certificate. > The original order, which  was approved October 20, 1897, provided that by making proper affidavits aud remitting $3 to the minister of  mines, a free miner whose certificate  had expired could get a new license  dating from the expiration of the  previous one. By this process claims  were saved from forfeiture, unless in  tbe meantime they bad been restaked  by some other free miner. The new  order In council which will go into  effect on November 15. rescinds the  old resignation, and does away with  tbe possibility of relief'; in case one's  ��������� certificate expiree.  The King William a Promising Claim���������  ���������The Abbott Group���������The Lucile,  Francis, Jewel, Emma Fraction, Queen  Mary, Princess Marie, Lardeau Fraction, Ella, are in the Wagner Group  The Abbott mine has a very fine  showing at an elevation of 8,300 feet.  On the Abbott claim a tunnel has been  driven 328 feet to intersect at a depth  of 400 ft. The main ledge is boing  exposed higher up and in width is  from 12 to 15 feet trending northwest  und southeast, with four feet of clean  galena, carrying carbonates and grey  copper. The remainder of the ledge  is concentrating. Results give over  $100 in silver and 75 per cent. lead.  This ledge is traceable through the  Heckla , Abbott, King William and  Union; . The.vein occurs in a contact  of lime and slate.. The general formation of the country is a fine, soft  brown slate.' A belt of limestone :t  mile in width, intrudes through the  alate and is continuous right along  the country for miles. This intrusion  is tbe very foundation of the country.  On the King William, in a direct line  with tho Abbott, the lode outcrops 30'  feet high and is 20 feet wide, the ledge  being a fine laminated quartz, carrying, grey copper and galena. The  country heing*bare of undergrowth  and timber, the outcrop is so distinct  that it can be seen for miles with  the naked eye. running as true aild'aJi  straight as a dye. Four hundred feet"  lower down-on the King "William an  outcrop of qnart_'''t_r__e~"feet~-~W-__ is  exposed and cut by a creek. A lion t  one foot of this is solid galena, carrying'high values. A tunnel has lieen  driven "cutting the vein at 30 feet.  This is a trne fissure, cutting tlie slate  at right angles northeast and southwest. When this junctions with the  main lode the possibilities aie great.  On the Abbott claims 400 feet higher  up another parallel vein is exposed in  the lime belt, whirh is regular and  well define el right through' tlie country 10 feet wide, half Of"' .wliich is  solid galena. One hundred feetTi'igher  another ledge is exposed fronV six  inches to a foot in width" of galena  impregnated__with. grey, ore.   These  lodes are-all strong passing through  the four claims of the Abbott group  into the Wngncr group, viz., Lucile,  Francis Jewel, J_inma Fraction, Queen  Mary, Princeos Marie, Larde-iiu Fraction, Lardeau McCartney Fraction,  Duncan and Ella. All these* claims  ire on the same line. A tiii'iiY. 1' has  been driven on the Francis Jewel,  cutting the lode at 40 feet. On the  Queen Mary and Princess Marie open  cuts expose the continuation of the  ledge, carrying identical values. On  the Lardean the solid galena is exposed on the surface and traceable  right through the Becln. into trie  Duncan. In ull there are'"foul- claim*  nn the main ledge. The'outcrop on  the Duncan is composed of iron*, rose  quartz and seams of" solid galena  standing out of the ground 50'feet and  being 50 feet wide. A tunnel has  heen driven 100 feet' anil*' a' crosscut  towards the dip' has been* completed  45 feet, cutting the saJne continuous  body of ore 60 feet from the rnbuth of  the tunnel. A- good working winze  has' been sunt following down' the  vein an angle of 55 degrees. At this  depth a crosscut' has bfcen driven 10  feet toward ths 'hanging wilh A ~ fine  body of ore has been met'with.'carry-  ing the same lOiheral of "solid galena  and grey copper.'���������Topic.  UNION MEN, WHERE ARE YOU AT  Eastern  Stores  Endeavoring  to Catch  B.  C. Trade,   While   Tbey Do  Not  Contribute One Cent of Oar. Taxes or  in Any  Way Help to  Build Up The  West���������Non-Union Methods Employee!.'.  The   Vancouver Province  has th*-  following article which applies Wills''  equal force to the situation' to ReVel-'  stoke, _*.:__"  " Some  of the   big'  department*."  stores   of  Toronto   have   begtiti" to'  advertise   in   the British    6olumbia  papers with a view to capturing sort*.'  of the  British Columbia  t'rtid'e.   Air  sorts of bargains .will' be offered and all'  sorts  of low  prices  quoted.   Before  these hitive Had'any^effect on  the con*"*  suniing public.., of .British  OoluttltiUt''.  the .Province desires to enter ai Word of  protest in the interests" of  the  mer-'  chants.-riot of Vancouver alobfe. but of'-  ehtj whole Province/. It is * uhfttii^ ������&-_..  ungenerous for the worii _n- of British'  Columbia to" send tb.'oilUiile"pe. hits for J  supplies which can be. secured quft'e as"  well at home, and iri the long~i_iD.";jOst''  as cheaply-.'      "..""' ' '���������'  -., ,.        . -,J   ".   e.        i     J _���������  The departmental stores of tho east;!  Have a trick of offering a fevrc.lK������e������of'  inferior goods at very low price over-*  charging on 'other-items to such an  extent as to more than  make  up  the  difference.'  The alleged cheap prices'  ate merely a bait'to' catcli' t__ctt<?'who J  AH' ndt lodk  too'closely  into" wSl-v..  tli_y are doing a nd_ by the transportation'charges come to be paid," they"*:  price will be found to be in ��������� excess of.  what'the goods'fuigb't bavo.ibeeJi-'pro-f;"  cured for - right- here  in  Vancouver': *  With the splendid stores of-Van-6'uver  there is  no  excuse -for any woman ���������  sending outsid_-ttte province' for- her-  requireroebtsT"  _���������- -;'-,*. - ...  Spend- you* money-.atihobe,-; If'-"  every ~~~%niahMn'tHfe coufatry'sent east "���������  for her supplies. Xlex-al' businessman '  would be forced into bankruptcy, and '���������  fathers, husbands and mothers, would:'  be thrown out of employment by the'  score. No" 'matter .how small the--'  amount, people have-to spend it shbtttdi'  be spent in their otori* cpmiBuiHfcies so"  that' riioney' can/* be' kept in, local  "eirculaticii. Every, woman who sends-  to Tororito of. elsewhere for supplies *"  that can   be- procured-here ? witHoot~  difficulty ,��������� jUst'so* much toward*-In jar-.  ing the interests of'tli^ P_ffvii--������"arid': .  un3erriining"the~cb_5n-unity.  In   confirmation   of  what. is    said''  above,   a  Hamilton - exchange  iitf_������ie:'  that people who do. their shoffping in.!  -Toronto.- "lured   by  the" belief" that-;  bargains .ire always  to  be obtained '  at tho big departmental stores in that '  city, are often duped. ; A'circumstance  that'coVro bo rates this "sUitetri-ht'.haa  recently-fouie to  light.   One  of the  largest of the' Totft'nto  departmental.!  store firVlis-1 has  been caileer*~1^6V-"to-'  defend   "itself ngainet    a  charge of  defrauding    it*' customers.   . It had-:  erfp-sedj-orfcala tea sets; -'i'fe-������-t~~~entfAg  them ft. be made" of hard" w&Ke'bf___.,. -  quad.uple'platcd,   and ������tamped"'wltb''  the' name ef a firm \ wnich. it is said,  had no  existence.   Expert examina- '  tions have proved that tbe goods arts*'  made of-the cheapest  kind  of metal, -  and that there  isjohly'a  few  cents '  worth of silver in them'    Their' value  is   represented  to/be  $12 arid  tbey  were marked down to $6.   A tree'bill '  for fraud hasrtieen brought in against'-  the firm 'selling  thesff' t_i������sh_r* gifddi, ���������  and'ttie case will- sd6~~f" cofofr** np for:1"  i-Sal." -     '      .  Will Devbffr-_____^_3-M_omg-  F. R. Blochb'crger, the United States  consular agent in -Rossland, has resigned hie position to take effect on the  25th of the preKent month.1 His resignation was forwarded to- tbe" department of state twtr weeks* ago; -but as  yet nothing hk������ been heard ���������fi'ofn' tht  department as" to whether or: not'it  will be acceptecK Mr. Blochberger  was appointed to the office "ob* the  25th of Ia6t October." and-'\~_ll have  filled the position for jtisfono' yeir'np  to the time nawed-in his'withdrawal.  He has some 11. different"claims in the  Lardeau, and-1 expects" to- devote' bfe  entire attention* in the future to "bis  mining interest*,���������-_Bos������land,'J_Hner."  A New Post Office "  ��������� 11 is*"runio.r_d that the post offics^"  department h������_~ already cut and"dri_d'-:  a scheme to *e_ttib"fm_i~c~:ne' central post''  office in town/' somewhere near the '  public schboX - It."fact tbe board-of  trade"Hate "beeff asked5 by the peat"-'*'  office" authorities to ascertain the '  wishes of the people as a preliminary  formality-to the accomplishment ot-r  this project. Nobody B-ettrs" to know-'  who bate engffi-ferfed this little"pitec*~of *'  political pafilyV-hot '.briSlrtess is bttSi-���������  nes^as yoirk'ndw," aild4_i#-na_B-'o_ a ���������'-  Grit newspaper man-i~i"t6wh' is 'men- -  tioned-as- the flr_fc oamptiafpt'Qii^-  new'postoffle- a* a*_migi"-H_i__-y, so ���������  thatinairprbbsbilitythe fine"Italian '  finger. bf"HT-=*t"B^rr-k. Esq.-, M. PY, is -  not.inore than a hundred miles or so.'*  from thi- pre.tyXlittle political pie,. -  II i-VI'm..!'TV. nt-. iv. _;���������!������������������ -ty ������������������"���������'������������������-'^���������������������������J-'."-'  :^ja,i_.va_^^.^.������;s;c.?;jn3^ii^^ii>i-r._li^^^  |tho Immigrants   are lauded   ou   our  DattoIo+aVo      tfoYsq1/-1  shores.     In   tho early stages,- nit. any ,  r\D VOJLdLUiVU      fltJI _*1U. 'rare, tltcy will bo suro to need frloiidly '  PnbllBhcd in lntorostsof counsel  anel  liolp.     If,  as    is Mated,  B���������ri.MV,   Tjir-_.aTi   BI_ Bond   Trout Lake   thc>'   arc   Simple,   kindly,   frugal,    ill-  ^^^JStf'Ju^BsK KrtM    " dustrlous    people, prncllcod In mixed  Poe������ and Eagle Pa6B_)ldtriota. " ���������������������������    ��������� ~--     ,.  A. JOHNSON... Proprlot  !funning, they "will" hnvo   In   Canada  /every ciinnco of hnppinc.-R   and pros-  jpcrlty.   But a HUlo I'tmiuoss uliruwtl-  ia^���������������ot^vlT������tJokeran������i ?hob"ur._un.ii_���������'.neM may be n very necessui-y addition  il-t-rtct, Wednondays and Salurdnja, uiaklnK .to thoir simple faith nml altruistic  :lo������������i connectlone with all trains. nrlnplnli-.  A_Tortlsing Raws:   Display aiid, 31.W per l" ''"-"i"-"'. ��������� , _>;,     ...  colamnluch.fl.UOperi-ch whonlnitcrludontulo>  par*.   Legal adi..l2o per (nonpiiroll) line for j  JABS WITH THE LANCE.  AVe nil remember Pandora's box  from which,, on boing opened, ilew  al tlio diseases except '"hope."' Alexander. In parcelling out his spoils, left  blnit-Cli' "hope." .lulluss Cucsur, also,  par*.   Le.aracii.. i'_o per tnonpiiruiu mie iur.. , ,      .... , , ,  IwiBwrtion; 80 forijaoh additionalin-ortion.     'The FaBhoilft   lncklcul   .shows'    I'm-  when scleral millions 111 debt, having  f^12eBMd^?hrortloSBe.<f^o.i,'9,,<>' B'nh' woakncBs of urbUrtiUon as 11 menus of  guile Iji-oku in Ciuul. remnrked that he  BuhecripUoD Rates:  By mall or carrier.$200 j settling        international        dispute!*,   lmd   not  lost   hope.     Kiicouragcd   by  -?T������2������ra: ���������l,*to' ril m0nXb3' * ,n.France, having uo case, Is   naturally - tbcg0 lnufctrlouS example, wo nve ilo-  Chir Job Department:   Thk II_.11i.Li1 Job anxious to arbitrate.     l'_n_.luiiil.  beliiH   .      .,     , ,  , .    uretasl~lwln  Department In ono of tho boBt equipped BUrc 0f her grouilfl, objects bc-causo lllfc ,"(- "������l'c '"-"J "u-<; " ^~* <-~.afaivi^ 111.  _-_____������oBoea In Wcsi Root-nay, nnd 1. pro- ',,..���������.-, .- ,,nlvilii. In refer In .n-h'tiii- Some people think thCl'O Is no hope  pared to exeoate Ml kinds of printing in fli-li"-"0  1B  ������Otlllllg  U>  leui     ui.iio.ii.i  ������__���������_ style ai hone. I price.-. Ono prico to all. Hon. lt may bo Balll: "Well, lt 1" ; '' ��������� "j" ,,, .,',,,"',,,, ^,,.,,r  -Jelobtoolarse-nonetoosmall-foriiB.  Mali'Groat Britain has s,uch n strong case,   "u\iiUk1c ���������"���������",."r  **  < h<">>l~.  and.  thank  _~<__. mAmn.W _U_.._!.,_.   ,fi.     <.lvn IIH   l\   IrlAl I ,  _.,.    ,.    ,���������   ....    |.,, ��������������������������� ^ I lr.,11 I     Glltl!    WO   lloli'l.   lltlVO   to   1'UKtlu   SUl)3CI'ill-  ers Tor It.   _Ioncy. being unobtainable,  ternatlonul  tribunal   would deal  with'������������������>  ^IvT^MoTf^'ra  the question ou its merit-., but would '  endeavor  to  arrive  tit a compromise  In the hope of satisfying both parties.  Walker house, upstairs, lirst room to  tho left. Even tho hears como up tliero  | onco In a while. What is good enough  for tho boars ought to bo good'enough  for the capitalists round hero.  Down'in Calgary, some time since,  we were trying to induce a married  friend who Intel heen imbibing too  freely to go home. Jt wtis long after  midnight, but he got off the extraordinary  remark:  "I'll do anything in reason, but���������  hie���������-1 won't go home!"  What can you: do ��������� villi u man like  Lhat?  ���������   *   *  inquiries woro made ot im lust wool*  if Jonah was Lho original piesident of  Molson's Bank. He certainly never  was. Molson's was not even thought  ot ln Jonah's time:  ���������rtw^_Bp_T������ae__od"to.''uivo ua ������ trlRl j^hy'uoL submit Tt to tin Intern?  ������Te������Oe3rTMpo0ndenl_8:   Wo im      correspond- tribunal?"    Tho answer Is Hull  ��������� ������������������ .-. ...u.... .. In.......   4a   ������!.__   ....nnriil I . . ...._.....     ������ ... 1....... 1     ..-j,.,l.l     .Infl1  Te Oorreepondenle.    .......            .  enee on any snhjoct of interest Vo tho Kunorul  public, and .desire a reliable reRiilni- corrcb-  pondent -In -��������� overy-. locali1 nurroundlnR  EeTelito-e. In aU e������sos tho bona lido namu  of the writer must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publlcatloo.  Address aU communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  '"'Rovelstoko, 3. C  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDEN.S.  1. All correspondence -must bo legibly  written on one side of tho papor only.  1" Correspondence ' containing porsonul  matter mukt.be BiKncd.wilh t_a pr por nuuio  ef the writer. ���������  i. Correspondence with raferoneo to nny  thlae that! has appeared in another paper  mnst Ant be ofTVirod for publlcalion to "that  paper befoie It can appear in THU ll_u.__n.  WEDNESDAY,-.OCTOBER   20.   1SSS.  The Doukhobors  The gist of The Loudon Times revelations or the rottenness at Dawson  lu contained In the'..following para-  uranh: "To put the position us  plainly as It Is dally nml hourly stated  ln tho mining Holds and in the streets  cave of refuge for those of .tt'simple  thoughtless tuul -anguine nature, who  tiro .constantly toppling .backwards into tho soup.  Montreal" Gazette:-       It  Is  natural  that considerable-ciuriosity  and some  misapprehension -should prevail us to  Russian dissenters.-:0.ver 2000 of them  aro nov on tlieir.-.way out to the Canadian   West,   and,' they will   probably  be  followed   by   0000'  more,   so  their  settlement is a matter  name "doukhobors" or  lers" was given them  ihey  have, adopted., tho nickname  as  a suitable distinction. ��������� .The sect started about a centiiry'-ago;    as a protest  against the formalism    and    priestly  oppression   of   the'" Orthodox    Greek  church.     Some _ very strange stories  aro already current iu  Canada  as to  their  tenets  anel  practices,  most    of  them without foundation.In fact. They  appear  to  bo  a  peculiarly, harmless  and   Inoffensive .people,  and   there  is  nothing   in   their.-.roligious   belief   to  make   their     presence    undesirable.  Their  faith  is. very  like that  of the  English  Quakers- gr  members  of  the  Society of Friends.    Thoy do not 1. e-  lievo  In, priests  or any "intermediary  between God and'mati.    They accept  the-teaching  of tho  Sermon  on    tho  Mount lu Its llteraV'siguificatioh. Tliey  obey the. precept '"Swear not at all"  by refusing to take any. oaths whatever.    They  will  not resist evil::' if  a man smites them on the right chock  ..they."will turn to him:the other also  These tenets brought them  into con  fllct  lnr their own  country   with  the  ��������� clerical    and     military    authorities.  Their refusal to take part in the com-  -  pulsory  military  service  required   by  the  Russian   law   was   regarded   as  a  Tery Berious offence, and every effort  __ha������_be.._u_made_by_thii_HussIan government to crush the sect out of ..existence.  They were deportee!,' first to the Crimea; and afterwards to the Caucasus.  id  tho expectation.-that their principles   of  non-resistance ., would    uoi  stand  against contact with   the hos  tlio   tribes   on   the   Turkish ? frontier.  Their   possessions   wero   conllbcatetl.  Cossacks "were'quartered ' on them: and  the members were reduced from '20,000  w   7.000   or   8,000.     They   desired   to  emigrate but" wero not. allowed to do  ������o until a short time ago when .tliey  _al_._   the  ear  of  the 'dowager  empress on a vlBit to th. C:r.ira.,u<.   l.e-  _or.-t._o persecution some of tln> Dauk-  hobors   had     become    comparatively  wealthy;    elm.-.-  their troubh's  began  the richer haTc helped the pooror.anel  On what irregular, lop-sided principle is it LhaL men in theso Western  prairicu re_.olvo themselves into classes in Lhc matter of hoLcl patronage.  Calgary   is  very  classy  in  its  hotels.  of DnVson tlu-ro is a widely nrcvalcnt  Tllc-   tony   Kolr   sockdologlsts",' drum-  or un-ASon tliero is *>���������"*������"���������? prcyiciu , ])oUU(.ians in onlcc af[o L Lhe  conviction not only that the Iw Alberta: it is close to the hanks  bad hill lhat the oillwrs through w, onc vm L hl cUcc).g (;asllca  winch they aro administered arc cor-,^.. sU,lipC(l lherc Politicians out of  rupt. It is impossible to talk for hvo o���������-lc0 travellers selling cigars on comminutes ou business with anyone on mjssion, Ulc Donor class of clerks, and  tho mines or In the streets without th(, -jovi.u bounder, tako in Lhe ltoval;  some allusion occurring to the sub-|Av.*av down at Lhe Queen's tho livclv  ]cct, and it is a painful experience ior sporting olomenL abounds, nnd a good  Englishmen, proud of the purity ot timc 0110 c.m have ttt this woll kept  the Brill&h system of government,, to house. There aro other hotels,'each  he compelled to listen lo the plain catering to its particular set. The  spoken comments of Americans and populaliun ot Calgary may he horani-  forelgnors. Tho timber concessions only classified���������tho genus Alberta*  which have closed the woods near ilovapuln : the genus Ccnlralia  Dawson for felling purposes, thus Gi-iuidisslnia; tlie genus Ttiley Reraising the price of timber to au ex- galis; anel _-,o on. nol forgetting the  travugant llguro and threatening a gciins Irish tie llollonicti. Go" down to  fuel  lamlno  for tho winter;   tlio  lull- Calgary, meet  an acquaintance in'th"  There Is a strong likelihood of one  of Irish X'do Mcllonica's tall..-sloi-io������  being erected'on the Chumps do mini's  for the X'arls exposition. The lUlllior-  ilios arc negotiating for one now.  Thoy" do not want the tallest, one.  becauso the vault���������������������������.���������., of heaven is not,  high enough, hut just one of his ordinaries. -Even, then the sky will  havo to, keep wellihack. , .  travel. Take a cigar. Wish I had a1  cake. You'd he ontittled to that also.  Good day!    Look out for the step."  m      m      V  II Is very curious that those who  kick most about the contents of this  paper arc. those who have not renewed  their subscriptions, but who havo  been receiving , it .free for somo  months past.  ��������� '������������������ ��������� ���������  Thero Is an elderly gonUeman up in  Soutli Edmonton, a chronic aspirant  to M. I.. A. honors, who was recently  matin''an honorary member of the  Washington' Ornilhologlcal Soeioly.  Ntiluraliy ho was very proud of the  nppoinlment," and did. not fall lo lot  ovorvbodv know about it Moutitig ft  friend��������� on the slrcot, he said:  "Ry the way I have just rocoiveil an  appointment ns honorary nicmhcr of  the Washington Ornithological Society."  "And', what .might ornithological  mean?'' asked the friond, just Lo 'quia'/,  him.  "AVhy, man, whal's Lho mailer wilh  vour Latin? Don't, you ": now���������ornus,  a bird?"  "And what's the mailer. T should  like lo know, with your Greek?" rejoined   llio other. _ ___   n     ,v loalgary, Alta.  Wc attended he Calgary Episcopal  Church on Sunday, evening,-and .'had,  the privilege of listening to a very  strong sermon by the Rev. Mr. Lowe.  Our old friend Bishop Pinkham was  there also, and read the lessons. What  struck us most was lho preternatural  gravity of the young - men in' tlie  choir. Everybody in the building,  Indeed, seemed to deem Intense gravity one of the essentials, of ihe occasion. Wo had. a. wild .desire during  tho. first lesson to rush out. and  scream, "but had unfortunately got  hemmed, i.i about lhc middle ot the  pew between a lady and a sandy complected'young   man.   The   latter  was  I'ho  hotiorary "member    of  lho XV  O. S.  walked away in;high .dudgeon.  II.   MEMORY  Of TWO SLAVES.  vory polite and insisted on our sharing |~" scij-pLions:  ruei lamiiic 101 ihu -iim., .u^ ..... - - - -. , , T1  tudo allowed for local tullugs ln streel and slop Lo shako hands. Tic  other matters of material Interest, fopls his way in the mailer o������.cowhand tho abuses prevalent under the a'������ly h>' saying, and what hotel are  _._j.i��������� .���������t���������m .���������.r,.._ m ,,,-n.lur.p a ran- *'������u   flopping   at.'          The   Alberta.  his hymn book. He hold up onc corner of il. while wo held up llio other.  Neihor - of ns j could sing for sour  apples, but; we both glanced dow;ii,at  #4ory. of Two Monuments Iu, tho "Wilds of  lho Klttiuiiitiy -Tou'utuins,. -. '/  Nino miles northciist ot Ilarrishurg, in  Jlhi) soiiludo ct llio KiM-Huny'rango of  mciuiitiiiiis, stand two iihiqiioitionumonla.  'J'ho upot i.-i fnr from any human habitation, niniil ciu'ioiuily shaped mid. nitissivd'  bn-.vliiui's and on tho very crcsls of tlii  I'iilgo. 'J'how-iiuilci'oi',-wlio by.-.-oliiinco  iti-nys into.,tln"i region' inay".well pause in  astonishment, before a.rbiighly-hown rock  uuoii whicli siiintT Itxyo cnrycil'OicaiUtouug  of whito iuarblo bearing tlio following iu-  THE 10LS8S8 SAUK  Inc. rroruloit by act or I-nrUbUicu:. llsW  ?&id up Gapitat     ^     ������2,000,000  Beet Fisq-J   -     -     -    J,50U9OeO  .Head Oiffice���������MoatFoci  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  ,W .Molson Miiciilicrson, Prcsiduut  P. H. Rwing, Vicn-I'i'i'sideiit  W. M. ltiimsiiy Henry Archbalc  Stitime'l Vinloy   J. 1'. Cloghorn  ll. Mnrkland Molson  l<". Wolfoi'stan���������Thomas,-Geii.-M'anngiM  A. X). Durnford,  Inspector  11, Lockwood, Ai~")istanfc Uir.pectnr  The bank receives on favoiirabit  tcrui-iUu!accounts of indiviilnt_.ln,_.ru~i),  bankers and UQiinicipal and otlvr  corporations.  intorest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  Knglish and American exchange-  bought and sold afc IowckI rntne.  BBAKOIi_9 :  Aylmet, Out.       lOlttWH, Onfi.  Brockviilo, Out.  | Owen Soui>'i, Out.,  Ridgctown, Onl.  OlitTUm, Onl.     "  Smiths Falin, 0���������1,  Exnter, Ont.      .    Sore!,-?. Q.  I Efamilton, Out,     131.-Thomas, Ont,.  { London, Onl., Toronto, Ont���������  Moaford, Ont.        TorontoJunfj'n.Oni  Montreal, P. Q.      T.ar.lon, Out.  St��������� Catharine      .Viiterioo. Out.  St,. Branch.      Woudslocli.Onl  jMorrii-l.ui-g.nut., ^\Vjii;ii;)i~g, _J,-i"i.���������v  Norw-i-h, Ont.   '���������   'Vancouvei',* Tl. O..  Siuicop.  Ontario';.-- rievclslolsi?, U..-C;  ���������;   Violoi'ia, U.'O. .', Quebec,  ff  Rov'olsloko Branch:      ' ���������"     s\     ' .*"  .1. D. iMOLSON, Iilanagar  -    "���������OF CANADA  He;ad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital S2,QQ3,GG0  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  fl. H. llinvliitiel, President  T.Il.MeiTitt.Vicu Pres., (St.OiUharinps)  William Knmsay, Kobci b .TiilTray,  Hugh Ryan,  T. Sutherland 3ta>i.er  Klins Rogers.  D, It. Wilkie, General Manager.  Brasoties  ''North West and 13filit.li Ooluiubia  Brandon.  Calgary  KcUnonton  TCseo~~:  Fergus" ~  Gait    "  lugcrsoll  V.l'.lCOUVOI  WVmiipog  Rovolstoke  UXK2JOWN.  Bore in tlio ��������� solifndo of God's ncro lies ons  -.-hoce'lifo was illlcel with put hos nnd MifleiruiR  nnciAvho h:id n.tragio end.    Ro tixii, the north  ntm as. iiTpilulen to lioc_'it\, ycl in a Iitli 1 1110  betray such unbounded satisfaction,  he will see that yoit are on easy streel  ���������a no hlcvolei will bring good health ts anc} Lell vou lhal you are looiung well,  anv perton who u*e-. it, wi-oly. nnd just ,|.e]1 ium"tho Queen's, ana iio will link  as milv it will in~i:ri' tlio genoral system )lis aim \n yours and ask you to com*  if iis u-so" K n bused. Cm wi tain method -}n an(\ havo a drink, lie scents a  of iibuse is to iiinploy a tsoar wholly out {r00(i t;nio Mention almost any othei  of proportion to thu physical "ni-ongth of ��������� -10tel. and wilh a hurried manner he  tho person "Nvlio is irym.-j to imsh it. { -will  walk backwards away  from you    .waving his fingers, saying, "Well 111  see you later.'"   We do not know what  altitude is called forth by an allusion  the littlo'bookic now~anel again with    ment. roi^ftii"of bctnn il, ho tool- tho timaiy  un air-ot profound  solcmmtv, lo liv l ;������i''������'"������ lmn-eir fiom bondjt'o b3 hw ful  and look as if wo weie not thinking of  coif    and  hor~.ei, racing      He  did  at-  tejnipt?" to1������ siiig -on c: '��������� yiJrse ��������� ;X| tXl s :X true,  but: noticing^;aiiX,uneasy :.mo.vqmeht:;6n  'tlioX:ttai-ii;*]of^..t'h6l!congrcga^  1--   llll_.ll o  DOMIN-P.DIIUOK KOS.  b~:oi~(_ r. WASiiiMrTON,  Died Apul S  lfiOJ  An honest colorediiiiem   ������lio lived ui.el died  on tins mount un*  Ilu ta buried on tho sito of  tles'sted. *'" A"'    rathci      fcinglllar   thing    Ins loi nier li.nio    His, virtues aro related bj  occurred which is woith  mentioning     .u mho knmi I im  Ohancing to cast.down our eyes at the i-icjuiescat in pace  CHt7H.CH _3IR__GTQ.l..*5r.  M1CTUOBIST CI1UKCH --..Bovul_-.tolui.  I'r.'uct'ii.y; Bi'iviO-;i:' ur. 11 a.m. nml 1:7,1  l_.ni. Oiii'H n.eeliiii.-at.- lh������ el"ao r.f -the  .'lioriiirrt sii'vicu. "'iilbilli ^ello':l nml,Biblo  Oln'd nt 2:30 p.m. '-Weekly peajcr n.eetuiK  oviry M-odiusciiiy ovenint' :;t 7i:i0'u in. ���������.'_"___  public nro oorelliir.y invilcil.    Si>..ts (.'en.  iti.v  ������  r.'liioyiPaoN, l'.i'tor.  (-i_il_.il--II   o_.  to tho Tlotol d'liibh ile-Mclloniea.  1 --���������..'  1    When'  we  bohcltl   Lhe    snow    clad  mountains wesl of Calgary last  week  we were reminded of Mr. Tri.li do Mel-  lonica's beautiful lines, sometimes at-  Lrihulcd to Wiliam Tell .beginning.  1 "Yc peaks and crags I'm witl yez onc'l  again '.  The   turkey   gobbler   hops   about  Lho  point In Jlr. .Lowe's sermon .wheie,hcj  nointed f hls^ finger in our du eetion  nnd told, us lb lead belter livd what  did' wo espy lying on the Ilooi immediately In front of the lady hut a  nlaying card.    As a hiid is lascinated  Trlcnd. p.'.uso und think of tho Biothi'ihond  of Gud Oi.e m ij biu u ten moro ri uns, ol  pigment bciicnili Ins si in Looking ,nto tbe  ;joi t.ilsof ctciiutj Icichcs ns that tlio Biotlici  uoocl ol _M.ui 1-. in-.pni.il by (rod s wold 'ilierr  r.ll piLjudiic of nieo innisliis .n\aj  'i'ho stciiy'df" tho two  monument.'dates  tratei.  Ilko  tho  early   Christians,   thev   hnv.'.S advcrtisoinent:  _.-,_.<*_...        A-   >  had "all things In common." Tho  RiiKslan covernment is apparently  tired of harrying them, and is willing  ���������n let them ko; ns they will not fight,  the Czar hai no use.for them. Over a  tboasanel of them have already been  taken to Cyprus,?where they enjoy'the  protection of   the British    flag;    but  ������thev arc all anxious to come to Canada, to pursue their" only avocation,  agriculture, under atmospheric conditions similar to.those they are ae-  niRtom-t! to���������a'"dry'climate- with cold  winters. A committee formed by the  Eocletvrof FrfendB.in Englanel is help-  -In'e' them, and ?the- few Doukhohor3  who have any mor.ey left, are contribu-  tlne to a rommon fund. By this  time. It Ib esoected'" that 2,200 have  sailed from Batoiim In a snecially:  chartered steamer.:' and th? re-r. vill  follow later. Thjiy will setUo'in'tb?  Canadian Wf-Bt a=i a flnlf aunporling  community, something like. tho Men-  nocltes.  '  'The'"'story' of" llie:'Doukhobors is .-in  intcrestlnir one. which will move many  hi-arts" to s%~mDathy; I.hit so far as the  nation is concerned, it Is not a qirs-  tlon of nhilanthrophy, but of business  From this point ,of view the only  oiK-stlon Is: "Arrt theso .people desirable Imm1irranf.s?"X: If they ar" nt nil  likp'th . Knslish'Q"ake''i~ with wh'm  tb .v have hepn cotnnarpel. there is V-o  doiilit thnt. they .are.- The Fri .nds rc-  r'nnr -a hlirhly - resnccferi p-ivition in  thr ooel8l nnei c/)mn~erc.inl life of t'*e  OM Tnnntrv. fliid th _lr f;iiccc.0H a-������ c-o'-  rtr>lpfp Iti Ppnn^vlt-arln 1-* w*������ll 1-nown  T~iif. If Ic not- dt- all iinlil.-olv 'ha> Hi"  rn^niiinitv ti-lir hav* an  uoMli  lime  r.f tf   "n hofrtTj   -rlfh.    Jt  .!___. "O ��������� 1>������   beipr'l  t~.pt fiir". T?p"l!������~i cj-mm!tt~<" ~v~'ich !c  cerii~>_e.'Oi Dnii~fholi/ir.~i' out h'-'p wi"  net think their duly Is af nn nnd when  Sunrt'rlcl-.<~lrIs in I.oml.in.  Sandwich girl"- :.ro iinrading the strrcle  of London jusr. now in tho sweet causa  ol advertisement. Thoy uro not. particularly poetic or plcT-anl additions to the  Eights; of tins v'a^t London town, ixi'A, in  fnct.^hoy foeiu to mo to cmiilm .'J n  good deal ol tho squalor and misery t"r.,it  is always app.iioiic in tlio most fashionable and orowdod cf tho thoroughfares.  Yeni wonder to wlnir, strait-, the-o girls  iini-,0 have boon brcighb beforo they con-  foutoil to mako thon.-clvcs the subject ol       PC  ��������� y   ,        PinUham,  tho gibes   and   the: jeci _ of p,wS.by ai   ^X./Vihfv and O'Sullivan :  thov wander along muddy snoots, clad m   -~-ol:ln,  "������������������������->  ������" ' .  thoir loner, sbapclcs, bluo gowns, Wlth And so on. Armnranieni* Juc J������il-  their 111 Ilo Mi-Mr lft������f hat_ and their p.. way lor Mr. I. do M. tc do o r  thctie symbols of oflico planLod romoi-'. poetry column foI u������. ������ls~������ "le ^^\  ice-ly on brc^t mul h.-ick. 1 hoy aro pros- and xpuits flopa-rirnont lljf* can ^ei  tv. mhiio of thcbe girls, and hia-on. a the spooks nut of the ccniete > e-los.  ������iv.ic manv ot them, but the   thoughtful   by. and the spirit-- out ol hu -u-iiai.  I  Vanitv is a bad thit-s; and oitea K''l*"  a man into trouble A man here w;-m-  ,-il t.i ���������������.��������������� a charm tor hi-. w,H'h .hair  ami thouclit that A Irtr'i, P ������v woul 1  leo\ i-rruv clue-. He. M<-p, ,nto the  hears pen last ".Aim.day w.Ui a piii  e.r pin-���������-, to get the cla~~- He ?v Uie  c!-w all n-iht. although. parado\K.i.  as'itmii-* appear t"n- e-la;* i-;,8^^-  lilf" BT-rTTf-p")S"-"--s--Trjii: " "A- !r,iii^-V:J,--i--  scrambl"ci out of t.~ ivn ue remar^d  -tliat  ioar ha?  no . hai:n   for  m-.  ���������       *      ���������  'r'-.c oth'jr ni_Iu v--c w������i*c- anrL.wl  l.v ,i <��������� jci"-i?sion fjf piejrnng Hrioim-  \-t-.-v m.i'-h s;~."ni'-<i -,*.-."- j-tisJi'-d  a,,,0=������ the hall into our narilu-srs  ioom and found ni-u ydlins ���������\tt_h  tc-rior and v.rii,_i!:"_ bi"5 i^:",-'~ "���������"���������i;'  of perspiration "-rood on hi* -wow iii--r"  - tiara of |#������_rl .. A look of un"ii"*r-  a'lile hoi io. -v������- in his eye '.nhninr  _o-.Mi. he -alel 1"~ 1-nd ju't '-ad rti"  awful dream Mc did iiei'^an' to t<-I  .-.= ir fi.-.-f -i.hi' i' "������������ bu* m lliicv,  a bovapulu*- 'ino I'.ni a-u li' "'"-:'  ���������,.iiel he: had h-cx .1 '-.i.iilm: tli-it ll.  ..^ ()���������e ,.; Irish ih M'-llvc-.". lm-  ' -. and 1JI11" ''-'irv ;* ������">-. takiti":  Jots at him If out- pa-.ln"r dmi'i  htop ilriuking li" ^-ui !'''\-' ^"- '  tl. .1.  iy ihe"eye of a snake  so weto we hold ' to ilm iia>s ot the iindoigior.iiiliiaiho..d,  -poll hound.by t  familiar ' object      It was lying  spoil  hound.by the sight ot this deal    whon escaped sl.nesyic' P"1���������^*^.  iect       It  was  lying   face i southern ma.tcis     In  lbol Georgo Pushdown,   (as'tho    .Tapani in, / tho.V', ington mado his escape from, a > iigm.a  dead), and great was ouKCunositv to phmtatioii .mil .iftoi months of niUonturo  icnow its color and denomination. AVe re.iohe.cl  llio spot whoro lho monuments  drew our  sandy  complected neighbor e-md    Choosing to li\o in ficoelom hoio  attention    to    II,    and. in    a  'ho.usc.1 ."Mb.o "munfun  fastnesses, ho built for  whisper olTered to bet"him ",t ciollar it W'u^lf ���������������������������a rudohiit-iuidiivedthc hfo of s  was red.   TTo  did-not reply,   (a pieco 'ciiiiit foi .i poi .oil of 12 joins    Gi.iv.and  of discourtesy Ihat.nottled us kttei all bent * ith } ens. ho finally p.issed a������������������y  0  hTllol^9 l^S "m ���������i UV\10<    SS������T������"t tTh^nT^^n^ii km'^.  y0\,t,1,t,'i.erC"P0,1.^Cn<;Cl ������,rf l,������ th,������ fVVi      ^ho olomonts of deeper tiagedj cntoi  and of tho pew  though why ho should . ,nto tho stolv 'nf tho   unkllwn     Volu.  have got so hufty, hanged if we know  i  Tca,.s after Washington  had  taken up his  lhe    worst of 1L    was, when    we did    [^odc on the mounl.iin tho unknoisn, also  sventually pick upf lhe card il pio.ed    n fugitno sl_nc, reached tho spot, in safety  *o be the six'or spades and i.e would t and found shelter m tho hot mit's hut   Foi  have  won.    This is  the  cross ot C.tl-; two jcTns thoy l.\ed together in pe.ieo and  sary  wo  all   havo  to  heat       Rebult. i ..ifer"., but ono dav ������orcl icached the un-  ind  disappointments at eieiy tin ii.     i  Lnown that tho ivoiits of his foimc'rmas  *    *, ������ I  tor woi c on'Ins ti.ick nnd v.-oro but a few  rules distant   Choosing do. th l.iUicr th in  n luturn to slinery or tlio boliaj.il of his  fiicnil's billing place, tho  unknoiin stole  nw.'j ni-.ud tho locks and thoio died bj-lns  5Wn h.miV        ^     , * (-r  A tcv, Ncais ago lho remains of tho two  ii.i.i's iicio buried sido by sido, closo by  thoir cabin,   and a fuiior.il sonlce was  held in the presence ot a l.ugo nueubi-r ol  We havo always noticed with pleasure the cheerful and gay class of  music- thai iu played tthilc the congregation is filing out ot a clunch,  .ome of these volunui ie. eeittunl".  -ontalu some lovely mi"iic. It is, of  cemrse a de"~p laid scheme?on the part  of iho oiganlst. tliis playing of lively  "-.'���������"irl.j-.NI.-Kt. I'uti-r'a  Keiel^tol'c Itoiu^i.f hevvie::: K'.-^iiii.i:  Iiraji��������� d nl> ut ". oilo.k, l'Vjil.ij-s nt 7::50-  ..uiidiija n-jil _ eaiivalD: Holy Cnniniiiiilon ul,.  .nn i .oi'wiirf piiuui 'lit 11. Smidnyi Se-hool  nnil|-lliloCl.i,j nt '.fl uiui.inir pr.-.y. r ill 7:"0.  First bund ij in the inoi lh Holy Coimiiiiniun  al morn i... senm"  1 IiAKK A. VORll, Vicar.  PKESDViEllIAN ^OHUllCH-UaTe'-stolie.'  *- ferueo ej\es^ Bujcliiy .at' ll?ii.m;iiu.cl 7:110  p.m., Jlib c.Cl'ts >U,.'JSO; .pXh'.Vi^ti) iwliich-  oll are v, .lei.me Prajor u-eetiiia-ac'S'p.m.;  e\erj Weiinoi-dn, ���������      '���������:'r'l7-i7Z77:77ii'7'7r. \  ItEV   T   Ml"~~2~_ES,lP'stiir.X;':;  Poitagela  Prairie I  |Prince Albert  South Kcliiiouton,  ONTAHIO,  Niagara Falls   ISt. Ihomas  Port Colborne iToronto  I _a t, Portage     IV,7 clhiiid  Sault St.^Mnriui Woodstock  St,, Catharines.h  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,   I.liJ., 72 Lombard St.,  London, .  vvilh whom  monoy may bu deposited  for transfer  by  loiter or cabin lo  of abovo brunches.  Age-nib in the ITniLed Statoo���������New  Vork, Bituk of" Montreal, Bank of.'  America; Chicago, First National'  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank;  Savings Bank Department���������lie posits"  of $1 and upwardB received and*  interest allowed,  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  anei other debentures purchasod. - *  Diafts anil Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom',*    United    States,  ' Fnropo,  India,  Chinn,-Japan,   Australia, New,  Zealand, otc  ��������� Gold  Purchased     ,-,,   ,  Tliis B_.nl- Issues Spoolnl  Receipts  w nieii will-tie accounted l'optit any of  , tlie H ucl-iou'- Bay.; Co's   Pests In the  Yukon i_i',I_ noi'tliei'ii ciisti'icts.  A. R. B. HSARN,     -,;  Hannpror Rovelstoko Bpar.vh':-  ���������'���������M&i  IJ OMAN CA'lIIOl.H CUUItCHX-rllcvblf  ��������������������������������� siol-e. .Mi.s first .im1 lliir.l Siirulsij'e In  month lit 10 oO i m ''���������������:';  BL V   1~ AT IIE B'.; TIIA YE It,;. 7:  <77AL.V_._iOH AllMY-lIi cth~S8?cy*cr}5niSht  O   ii. ilie'i I ul in PionlH.ieiit. ;.:,:,,   i?:?:?  TiOyal Orajisc   _jOdgo,;Nq.x 1C58.  rtoijiilsi liieetirft-'   rii-o held-intho  /s>"i^    "."'lUieiiutt- Ilali on "tho su'onildnd  .gfr'a    fun in  W iiln^Etl'-'s of.oaeh: mouth  iXiti-    i.e   7.1')   i> in       % isitiDy;,?:I):ethrcn  wis-   eo-iiti'h united.   . v'.'S. 7-.'.7:7'- ?:?'."__������������":  Dr. T. J nit"W-M;   T J."-Qr.*ihoni������f*������ocS8bci.''  W. G   lib n-y, fin    _eo ;-It. h, .Wil"o;ii,TjeaB.:  iic-kntjw-H���������\ury-weil-Hliat���������u-ho���������people ��������� iho monuments wero-ereeted by  "lays slow music fhe people will mo~,o t]lc colored people of lho stuto shortly aft  jut    slowlj     "witli    that    unconscioito r wwdil. ���������New"Vork Suu. '  i~axdw<:u oitti-s j?.- i.oxuo:/.  men will Mini Into thn wrcti-lu-l. shamtl  Ing, hop.lu.~4 buiiiES who aio ttiw nn������'i  lino   ciuivalent   for   tliu   p..-iri..i!_.Ml.iti  Tha   sandwich   men   of   London, i" l>  woll   known, can only  ho recitiicl f-*orn   iii>.anis   thin  almost   tho   vory   scum   of tho earth, nr,'j.    ��������� ��������� ���������   '   ���������  aa in many cases, from th.-.t pin.i'.'y ' \\-t. mijit \i iliv t;*.. In 1.���������. .iV- ~"-ir  numcrciis class of li-rctrlo-jnhly r-.r.'i".! H,iu . of M-.is hr-Hi <>'' f"1i,i'.'~ eln.vn tu  ''gentlemen*' who havo sunk vi f.n* ih-.t Calgary.' Ffrit iliinj. we Vnow wc wiP  they are willlni; to "-haiiihlo liej-e'c-^Ij f,n,i (i,u'..������lv<!- Til.mtccl up on ilia* bh'tll  an-I.r thn weight of .iil>-crti������pnicnt Loard-: jnii near Irish .1.- M'-'Innie ������������������''>. v. i'ii -i  thr.uigh lo::^, driary hours .if. tho par crons or a brnV:-n '' luinn> ox"* r.u,  ment of 9 pence or a ������htllir.i{ a elar, uphiipp'* fram.' Of eo-"-;- x\f w.i-ibl  ftun-ly thi ~ ought lo bo one of the fo-rB"*'naturally prefer .1 . .ircopli icns xxv'e  or labor in whie-h tho "upward and nn a. marble statute rei-uii)li",Tit on I >p  ���������warei*' spirit of the modern woman wilh i,.-,t. if 'he ������-sl.le could rot ^Ur.il .������  her thirst for K'lit.iliry 'honld   noc   pone-   ^->r'Ciplini:'i-i.     j.ri     dou.-r     v .j     eo'il.i  i worry   along   wilh   a  ' The  pigeon?.Lshootc  brokd  from  column.  .Mission  Hoentsci. lt:.y������ an.l  IJ.iei* firi-m-.  Messrs. Dnornens nnd Von Kut'ii-hcr?  In Germany, li.ivc Leon lave.slif;,-iting ti..i  action of tho Kocntgon rays upon    ((inai  bi'i'tgo"could   oceasionaily   < om .   -*mr jor_o;ir jron j.tw -with  a little- minoi  and   fire? salutes, ovor  our ..grave . for.  turkeys,'.those������������������,who.' hit.tiieXaar.copha-'-  gi:s;gciting a'litrkOy.������������������'-��������� '**'-: :""���������'  '.:. '..,  Sliould this meet tho _y._  the: ar,-  contained In bcor, Xanc1. claim thur..U-.o qnymons ''coVtrlbatpv 'who ^sent'' \i H  nssumptiori that   the   germs   which wort   j-p an'absurd' poein'entitled'"Our'Lae.  not destroyed belong to another .variety  With a strong*"' roai'sting power, to lit  without foundation, hut Ilia" it in,-never-  lhcle?s, provon thar, germ- nnpnuil-U m  ttecv ni.*������y bo nnfiihilntod Iiy tht. ray*.  lllcctl'llilly. r>,i- Wbc.l*.  A Trench firm him announced that il  bas dovlsod an apparatus bj' which a  jIurIo bioyclo may bo run nt> a spend of  thlrtr mllos an   hour,   arid :& tamtam at  Eft?;,  The Toronto Telegram wan's to  know if a writer of Miss Flora Shaw's  fame backed by the prestige of Tho  London Time!; cannot get? decent  treatment from the government, pallors of Ontario what sort of treatment,  would a lone miner have received' at  the hands ot the govrrnnu-nt oflle-iaU u\Ui\ce  in the Yukon if he had dared to make  -"pecific charges. of wrong doing.  of the ftoo'/.o." lui will know taat his  po<~m is rej'-cci Th-' only p.ip"i.- in  fho countrv- tli.'t ii'-ini"- that sorl of  I'ling is tin Houih I. imiiiiliiu i'l.ir.i-  ib .iler. W" n.iii" r.u"..i di I i* lo  il.cin.  i       *       *  \v*hy, we -liemlil like lo T:t,rj-.- i~ it  that, people- who have lh������ good old  stuff, the long green,, tlio tall. gran .,  tho ".pcmdulocks. in f,i< t. rh" dou^li,  nl Ways expect thoso wit.li whom' tbey  li.-ivo liiisinosK. ��������� but have no iiiovm;*,  to call du tlicm aL t.lieir places of.In!=������������������-  ne;.s when the-re is anything io bo  elone. \Vo have got into snd ropiit"  in this town hy ignoring tho moneyed  people, anel never..going. Lo ,sei������ thorn  This i.s a sslight thev will never for������;iv������  Our neglec.l. in nol, paying with ciiii-  lire-sepee a tri'mt'" to Iheir hank :r-  count.. ReeinH to bo an iinpaidonalil"  If anyone wants lo s_'o us  in eonneelion wit.li editorial matters  they 'an  nl"-~nj_  find   us in Uie old  on  rylhm and sympathy wilh lhe musu  we all know :o well, and lhe pool  fellow wants lo get hack to the iiokei  game. So he springs one of those  quick, spirited. volunteer review  niarche.; on them, and they scramble  in: of 'The "-tiered edifice as fast as  they ran _nnceze past one anoher  They hav- rii.f. >et got the length ot  jt:mpir.~~ out of the windows ln their  eagerness to make good time, but  they will ionic day We believe we  er.i.'.i y>������j|" o -niitntfir- tha'- would  tnauo    a "congregation    run for their  llVCFr.  ��������� ������ ���������  lir.wn In faiarnry the other d.iv we  ir.i -ito**-* a ���������. ry good natured dentist S"~~. r'-.- nijonir? from toolli-  nche >.-e ,-i������v_" cr.mehoely who was thr,  t,e.-t rleri**,t !;, town, to which he.  f r')T,',p*..-} _"",".'������'ll)r O'Sulliian Wc  ~r~r~ b������~~i(-'-. lut that Is ju<_ the tmi" j  When    We   p._f(i,al7i>      the   best.   pl,ipun. I  {���������"n'riir.'.-.t!,    clamber c^f horrors   *"���������"-  Urbane Dw'or srk".j what ho could do I  ,'or us  "I'll  iii.r   j  t'.oth  drawn."  "A"-   .-it.if    '..���������_���������   dear   sir,   sil   light  -lown.  *-"'-: ������ "  Ane!  v.-at thing wo  ".now vr   wrie  iyins" pron~ or. : gor.~~~oii~i plush chair, '  v.*ith the <~o"tor -urveylng the inleuor i  " Auollier J>l������app'.������I;i1hieint.'  Rich   Tiashelor���������Whnt   a    noiuierfulli  C~-cscr\ctI woni.iii jou nro  Miss LIileiK'  Miss Lldcily���������IIo v dear ot .jou   -_L'ir  don tl o blnsnos, but I w.is���������  Illch IJ.-.chelor���������I w :is���������cr���������spuculntlna  as to i\hot!ior >ou .night hn\ei u younger  tister ���������DetioiC J~i������o I'i ess  Had llotii Warn.        i   '  ."War i_ Jiorriblo'"       -    ������,   -     ���������  "Nn't  i"    Ui'fnro n war^iuen tell  "ii  wh .t thoy wiulil do in b .ttlu, .mil artcr :i  wi.r tiiej-'tell us what 1'icj did ilo."���������CJ Ul  edgo ltocord.  Jt IMsconrnged ITIm.  While  he   v.a-  i usy at  this,  wo   w<*ie~|  oizmg     .;p   t,ia    phjslognomv  to   "=.e I  r. hat    h"- va, j:ai,ir    to elo whfn he |  four,;I   r,!;-.     f',r,   Jafo   that     wo'v-eio  hn -tu_.    P vr������ a  hack    tooth,    with  nothine;   showing   abovo   fhe   surfarc,  .yi-rythlng    b"r.-afh.     Oh.   It   was   n.  snorttr*.    rif,-,ir. wf nt tbe forceps de'p j  info    the  gum     grappli'l?    with   I Iici  roes'"    we    e',P,  Iiecl    lho   (,'f"!es   of   MiC '  chrlr���������a (~~*i-_, a nrench, p yinl-*, and  out  she came'  "V.~"m. relio-i," said the elocior  ndmlrir.glv, h; mlin_r us a glasn of  water. "I must compliment ye-'i. .You  haio lots 0r n~rvc." ,  "You let I have lols of uorvi'!"  said we, ii<,in_, "lum lhe ihalr and  re;ichlri~ f< r e.ir hul, "I've como up  here, and got jou lo draw lliab-tooth  ,'tid  T have'nt  gut a cent."  TIij- doctor"', fail" twil'.ied con-  vulsl".oly Tor a fow moments, then he  w'enl lo a "cuplioanl and rpened i'.  V,re Ihonghl il was a gun he was  afler, hul Io' il wa-. a deeanter with  a couple i>r glaf.E'OS nnel a box of  e icars.  "Have -omeUiIng on mo. dear  fii'.ivl     You   .ue   all   rlghl.    You  can  j',*-*Ua \\i\ i  \\%  "Ynr neves oon-es n flshin, Clo jerP 1  ������'pos. jor didn't uso lo Ket' b miLliitii-"  "Oh, didn't I' I keitehed It 'ot cnuf  from fnr-.or larst. timo I foil 1/1."���������AIIt  Slopu--.  Marks  Desigw.s  Copyrights' &c.  ��������� -AtKonoreinrtlrll n F������I ctrh nnd d"-icrlptlou mnj  nul.-kly naoortnln ni r opirlon free i\li(ttiGr an  ; lliv_ niton Is iitolinhlyp itcntn'ilc Ct. uninlca-  . tlon.sf.trictlycorflrfJ'Tilfnl   IIiii.lInKik. 'i l''it< ott.  ������cut Ireo. Ol Ci .it np. ney fnr ���������������! n Til ^ I' iici l".  I*ntf!lit-i t.ikeii threnirli-Muim & Cu.TCCt-I.t  .tpccittl notice, without clinriic, In tlio  Tl23 Re^elstoK|||;|:l ,  P_20to Companyfjjf|j  Revelstoke^;?&l|;|":|  STUDIO  JJOUGI.A3BTR3BT'  AND SC O.PACIFIC LINE.  Sam'Need|SnS������J  A,P������ J-N.-.K' CieanedxjJi  .TllfiS AlteP8_l;;JJ  ���������-.BB't-V"     Renaiped:  *    '"..   ~CwX*,"X*i'"  In Oood Ptylc n.1 T.o*.i0������t"Pnoo3A".s-S ,  r>->i*f~r,A.s RTitrur  R.KVl.-r.STflKlC  If You"V-.ant-  M  PIDRE C0W*Sjj*I;hKl  (Ji'nin.iloed  Unryultoratcd.   v;j-:,r '  So to TtiE EDROREJ^IRY  MllS. 1'. JULTAN'   XX      :?;,   {  L. JL-FRlit  Contpactop and BuildepJ? 1  ' '8hop opiWitc fmpcrialBank. f  Woi'I_mar.shlp Gu  COd   ..._'._   ?:  Torms-'Cash  J.      ��������� Shortest and ,, -  g ���������'     Quickest Eo'ute'--  JXTo En.ste'1-D and European points.  jXTcrPneilii: CoilhC Alit-kn, China;  "Ji.pah"aiid Australia.'- '-.-  ���������-,"'.  .  .  ���������  ' TOURIST "CARS .  J'Pass' l.i>vebtoke naily .to St.  .���������"Paul, exeunt'- Wednesday' to  eastern point?.    - '   .'."  U Magnificent sleeping a������d dining  cars on all {.rains. " '  T-.. Tiokpt.H Mscuod tlirouph aud  baKS^gt- cheeked lo destination..  J. DAILY TRAi?-.S.   *-'   ' [  East..       . '      -        AM-e^t--.  T.'lOk. .lve--Revelstok���������������lvp. 17.20k  TO AND PROJI   KOOTl'XAV TOINTS.  S.fOk.'.lve���������Itevolbtokc���������an-..l().30k  J,For inl'ormntion, time " cards:,  maps~and"~tic"kc-Ls apply-to"' ������������������----  T. W. RllADSlIAW,  '       'Affeiifc, llevelstoke.  '��������� XV.   P.    Akdkrson,   Travelling  P..-~~.c-n~~or Aprent, NcUoii.  ? E. J. Coylk, District J-as=e->ger  Agent, Vancouver.  -^evelstoK^  H-bsisital  Maternitj- Room in connection.  - Viic-ciub j kept, "on   hand.  ���������'������������������������- .   ��������� ���������-..   ��������� .    .-:;' -������������������'- ��������� ���������  Drs McKechnie "and  Jeffs. Attendants.  Dp. Xalloeto  ?3C  Atmiul3omoIy IllnsstDitod "crcolily- I-nrecst clr-  cnlattnii of any ���������cieiuttir !o������inul Tpti* *1 *_.  ynnr: fnnr motithfl, $1.  _?o'M liyall Tiewsili?.\lcr5.  MUNN&Co-^*������'New York  , Jlrauch omce. eTi V gt��������� ivarlilnfion. ll. t.  XX nte for Our inl'ii"-linK IjO"1%-, "Invent  n.i. lieip ' and ' JI,;.'. ^o^l .iro hnuidlcl.  ^end u-arougliE!:otcli or model of 50111  lntci'io-i or liiiprcomenl and \ ci\illt'"I ?  ' jou f.-ec ear tp 1.011 .1, to -.111011101 it n (  \ prooably pjtent ible. 1~ c 111.1I cci-pcci-ilty (  < of -iii| IiJ-i'inn-, rcu tul in oll.ei han'Is. i  \ Iligi.'-tt lefere i' e^ furnished. i  S M<1_-IO:_ _5 J-ABZO-- }  f ?AT_*r<T SOLICITOUS & EXF-TItTS ,  C ���������.,,     .���������    _(. r"  1(1-     O I n  1 { .\- -u     in   s  J iCIril ������-T-roclisnlcil TncinecrE. Gr-lrtnnlcs cf tlio \  l-'iral t-llvi-r-'ily.. r-ti-nilJCis )  lion, .-.incriciri V.'.v.i-r V.*o.-:*-l /  _ _ :-._rl.-._-.d  V.'.-.t.-r XVoi'.ii  j ? 3'. 0- "iv.-. v.iyors .'.s_:G_:IaLio_,.._-_=__GC. .Sitmber Cun.  ' ' So_ioly of Civil Enfi:ieiir3.  r.CFi.-F-:  ' ''EV'YCRt! '-<K S'lD 0 ��������� N~C1IT~-~T/L tn.  urriwn   t ATW;ITia jjuh.31^0 _ w;SHII.CTCIt, B.C.  Physiclnn" and Suigoon, McKcnxiu  Avenue, llcvelatobo Station, ii. C.  Wo Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber ������  CUT PKICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call aud see us. We can fix you  REVELST'3K_ S&W rV!!LLS  Rovolstoke Station, B. C.  J. R.  & Oompany  Butchers    anil .:.V/]io!cialo    and  Re-tail Dealers in Ueef, Pork, etc  iiAHI-OOFS and IlI-V_-I_,STOK_-  All orders iu o"_r lino promptly  filled, ���������������������������  1  ?-������?'l_ THE FRENCH HAVE NO-RIGHTS'  AT FASHODA  Warlike Preparations ' at "Tcnlon���������The  Philippine Insurgents���������Dea.hs^from  Sewi'r Gasi-lhc Storms..- '.," ,~     -  London, Octobci  20. ���������W.ulike pic-  p.u.itions   ai c  lepoitcil   as   being   in  piogicss. at Toulon aiseiinl.      .     , -  THIRTY LIVES LOST  Thuty lives have been lost in the  icienl sloims on the English coast.  I~l.ENCH PREMIER TO RESIGN  Bnsliou, the piemier of nance, mav  nciv likely icsigu on account ot ui  health.  BETROTHAL OF A QUEEN  The betioth.il of Queen Wilhclmma  lo Piincc William of Wied is announced  milLlPPlNU   INSURGENTb  A conflict between Admiral Dewey and tiie Philippine insurgents is  lopoited lii.I-ladnd.  DEATHS FROM SEWER GAS  "[.ow Yoik, Oiiober 20��������� Twenty five  cluldien have died at.Scianton in,  fiom r disease contiacted from ������.'.-_ o-  &AS'    viy-NC'H^AT FASHODV  London1; "October -* 20."-rTho TRon.  T licks  Beach   announced    yebloiclay.  evenmg^in aXpeech at Noi-tl^Shields,  lhat iltwas lmpossible^for-the Ffiicli  fo  maintain'any  political ridhts _ at  Fashoda.' '.""J   '      '       ������������������  RUSSIAN 1NTRTGLES  London Octohei . i0.���������A( ,despatch  from Shangliai to the London news  .igencv s.i\������ 'A Russian legiment  occupied a town m-thc Xew Chwanc;  pi ovmce ot 1 aio Tong and the toi ts  .it the mouth of Rivei laou Ho on  Octobei lltfi, thus seeming complete  possession ot Xew,Chwang The nat-  i\o tioops fled" vv llhout malcing any  oppposiuem under ordei������ fiom the  Emm ess Dovyasbr and Li Hung Chang.  \ Butish-.gunboat 'was' in the "metal the time Tts iioiiiesistaiite_is re-  maided as a virtual ' abandonment*'by  .������ the British of the'whole" of Manchuua  to the Prussians and gne Russia an  invaluable-strategic  position.  HEAVY STORMS 'AND   LOSSOF  LIFE Ot-.F NEWFOUNDLAND  A. FRrGHTrUL'TRAGEDY  Following aie the details of the hor-  aihle Galician mui dei neai Dominion  C:it\. Manitoba      ������.     .        ������ ,   ,  With  the  eai best'streaks.-of  dawn  n  is  supposed" that  some   one,  filled  with  a desne of -seeming the money  which ho knew Wns>l canned on his  belt  pushed aside the mat which made  the  outside  dooi   and   quietlv  lifting  The   latch   stood   beside   his   sleeping  victim.     Raising  the "axe   which   he  had  taken   fiom  the  wood   pile out-  slde.-high above his< head,  he struck  Wasvl   with   all   ins   might   the'axe  Clashing thiough flesh and hone deep  into the spine, and causing the blood  to lly oxei  the elnldiea lhe wall and  lho ceiling.    The cou\uls>ion lhat ran  thiough the djing man sent tho body  lolling  fiom   the   bed   shelf  into  the  middle  ot  the  ilooi   and  against tli3  lege ot  the mtiu'.eier.- Awakened by  Ihc noise the cluldien sat up in bed.  Thoj started to ciy    Pelio.ieceivcd a  blow   which   split  his   skull   for  five  niches.    Dupku,  who   had  appaienlly  bulled   hoi-  f.ice   in   the   bed   clothes  was hit twice making a wound that  hplutteied hei bums against tins wall.  One Ucm.iidous sido "mow was sufficient to"* end  the life  of Kank.i   only  ������- ���������li .c->o.ii~s-o������-aEC���������foi'-it-cut-ll.o Aholc  Mile of her head open.   Tlicio remained only tho baby of thiee, l_iuka,.but  eveii'he. as he laypeacctully sleeping,  was "not "spared hy the bloody florid  Down camo the a\c with torco enough  to fell aii"o~~rfciiiaslung his skull to  jolly.    Wasjl was chopped a few mine  times .is he lay on the Horn   and  an  c.\lia blow given to each of the clulcl-  len   to   make  the   work   sure.    Then  1 ho pocket book 'v as taken sf roui' ba-  Heath   the   clc.id   mans   pillow'      The  Wight that met young Timko Chubej's  e>es as he enteied tho house "on Sat-  l-tidny was hoiiiblo to dcsciihe. Wasyl  in a"-"pool of blood with bis bead beaten out of lecognition and his bloody  hands   clasped,    as     if    supplicating  meicy.   His-children lav in it bloody  heap" on-the  bod  coveied  with   each  other's goic.   This is what tho mother  heard on leaching the setltcmcnl from  Dominion City on Sunelay^moiuing.  Xone  o������  the  Galicians  can ���������go , near  the house     Can'.the poor mother bo  blamed  for  let using to do so '!  The ScuII.iik Race���������No Arrests for the  Galician   Mtuders-The , ^Canadian  "      Sc-.leis��������� Other Nev.-ir '������������������  ;  Winnipeg. October ju���������liaiom  Ficdoiiek, aulhoi- and conospoudent,  died ycsteulay.  HEAVY SNOW IN DAKOTA  Heavy snow is falling   la   portioiib  of South Dakota.  STORMS AND LOSS "OF  LlFi3_  Tho late heavy slonus have caused  considerable damage and senous loss  of life is lepoiteel   fiom   Noivlouiul-  Kind.  DAMAGE BY RAIN ..    -  Tho continued 'wet wcathci is causing much uneasiness amongst the  iaimcis and giaiu dealei s,  BODY  TOUND - ���������*,       .  "  The bod> lecciitly'found m'Toi-tago;  Cieek has beeu identified   as lhat   of  Patrick Seir.  GRAIN DRYING PLANTr   .  The Canadian racific Railway Con-  panj   have built a magnificent    stain  'cluing and cleaning   plant    at..Port  Ai Ihur.  WINNIPEG    WATERWORKS  ./ It is expected thai the consUuclion  ol the Winnipeg wateiwoiks   will    bo  uudei taken  almost  immediately.  SCULLING   RACE ^  Foil   William*.    Octobei      20.���������Dan"  Murphl, of Wiumpeg,"-won the soall-  mg lace asainsl McDonald. o������ Ottawa,  al Toit William lesleulay.  *"    STUART BURN MURDERS  Dominion Citj, Octobei  20���������No ar-  rebts have  been mailo in    connection  with the'Sluailbuiu mm dors. ~  /  CANADIAN   SEALERS  Ottawa.  Oclober  20���������The  Canadian  sealeis  will m.iko j. vigoious piolcst  against the salo of tho    industry    to  the Uuited States.  .      -���������    DR   IRELAND   ' *"*  Monti eal. October 20���������It is Ihough't  that Dr.MioUnd. who    il was    feaied  had committed suicide in Montreal Is  ui hid mir.  ��������� II     SMALL POX AT  DAWSON  '*Poil- Townsend. October -~u.���������According  to  advicob  received  heie,   small  do\ lias biokon out tu Dawson City  SMALL POX IN DAWSON CITY  TRAIN WRECKERS AT WORK IN  ONTARIO  RUSSIAN-FRANCO ALLIANCE  Robert -Barrow, one of tho lew  saved from the'JMohognn's ciow. swam  two and a half miles from the wreck  lo Covornck Point.  Kansas had a'heavy ''bIi-?aril*>.,'oii  Monday, whicli demoralized, the telegraph wires and caused wide spread  damage throughout the Stale.  "A cloth dipped in alcohol or glycerine, and lubbed.over the glass will  prevent the frosting of storo .windows," <eavs -the Dry Goods Review.  The late teirlfic wind on the British  coast south and cast has very much  intcriuptcd the mail service between  Calais and Dovpi. Theie havo been  many lifeboat and^iockct icscues  A Winnipeg paper sais tho purchase of potatoes will bo a bettei investment than wheat this winter.  Dcaleis e\poct th.it the pi ice will be  $1 50-a-bushel beforcrChiibtmas Even  if the 'tuberi!- can bo-fluf., thev will  have ������o rchiain'inuiits till "wintei~i :V~"  thoy will not bo in condition foi stoi-  ing in doois .  The bloi-y"which"was received*some  few days ngo of a natron escape���������������__  tho queen fiom bcint. killod in va runaway of her horses haa been made a  great deal too much of. The simple  fact is that ono ot the hones lu her  can lags shied a little, original!,- tic  jopoit printed was modest enough .bill  it grew more and more i.ntl' It was  magnified t-i an nlmex-t lauac'.'lo'iu  cse.ipc fi'.iu d'.'alh.  In the United Slales 10 mon aie  lvnched   eieiy   day       ,  II Cockshult ot tho woll known  plow company oL BiantLoul, is in  tow n  .The Onlauo.towu o������ Beihn has  taken ovei the walerwoiks Horn the  company lor $102,000  Cbusideiing that Miss l'loia Shawls moro ot a .newspapet man than  Majoi Walsh, is it to he wondeiod at  that the JI lines coucspondent should  notice" wfong~. whiih escapsel Ui3 a'-  tentton ot the majoi ?���������Toi onto Tel-,  cgiaiu.  Tho Piineo of Wales is a sa'_,i,esstul  hot so doaler m Engldnil and tho  otlici day had a sale ot 51 hoises at  Sanduudh.im Ono of Iho customs'.s  was Loid Rothbiluld, who seemed ojc  to-. $3000. ThoM .ince got ?(JO,000 fo.  his ol iliauyhl hoises  Canada's-commissionors at Quebec  are aii-vious lo go down lo lame as  the nuikeis of a li city, but they may  also be somewhat less aiiMons to go  dowii lo tailuio as Lhc \ tclims oL n.i-  Ii?mariueliSn~iti"5n"~"agaiiisi7-a=-suiiuiulei'  ol this countiy s nit^icsts��������� Telegram  -.Al the tuncial of Sir Geoige Giov  in St. Pauls eathedial, London, on  Septcmbci 2(5 an ciiounous uumbei  ol w.ealhs were soul in, anil.amojigst  the tokens ol legiel was the toilow-  i_g mo-sage, in their own language,  fiom the Maon membeis of the New  -'.calami pailtament "Geoige Gie\ ���������  Mas'    We love, thee "'   r~-  Tho Hamilton limes insists that  pieachcrs should not get good salaries  because, "as il is now, tbey earn nUiio  lh.m.niuoly per cent.of thoir, heaiei,-. '  Yot the editor of The,Times would he  heard fiom' aga'Inst any proposal to  l educe his salary on the giound that  he was earning more than ninety pei  conl of .the readers of that journal.,  lladio Biown. the much wauted-one  lieecil luunn. who is supposed to have  killed Policeman Twohey, was handed  over to Governor Boston of the county  jail. London. Ontario, on Saturday  evening. Several hunched people-had  gathered at "the slalion to see him.  but few got -the -.oppoi tutiily- - Tho  prisoner had 'b'een' very talkative, all  tlu-nuzh tho tourney until llio vicinity  of London was icached, when he  secinc'l to lose heart.  Tu the eouise of'tiie'eiiclenoe bsforc  the New- Y'ork couits counsel alleges  that Captain Dcloncle.of the the ill  fated La Bour.~"oine had a piemoo-  ttion that he-would meet his "death  in the precise manner in whicli it happened, and that the delusion reiidcied  him incapable of action to avert the  calamity when it 'happened. Counsel asseits that the owner ot the vessel was a-~varo that'the captain had  this presentiment and. that he had  even caused il to he put in print.  Whatever   mav   happen   to    Major  Maichand   aJL-Fashoda.   englishmen  should ho lho first, to admit his pluck  nnd   tenacity      As   an     C-ploiei-   lie  takes iank with Stanlo.. and no hlgh-  oi pr.use can ho given    It is not sufficiently uijdcistood iu Pau������. howcici  what   Majoi   Mai Chanel   owes   to   Sir  Hcibeit Kitchener.    II".owes Ins life.  Imagine   what"1 VoilM" hive  happcn'<*el  it the Kli.ilif-i  h.ul  triumphed, at Om-  iltinnan.     His   \ letonou"   Donl-ho-.  heat ing that moio white men had ni-  rlvod al r.ishoda   would  have swooped   down   nn   the  majoi *s  littlo  force  and ..liuiliill.itod it     So tho Marchand  o\peditiop   o\is,,,   todav  hv virtue  of  llio   prowess  of   th_   British   armv.   a  tact om ii'ighbors Miottld tligerA with  lnunilitj .���������London   Xew.  Rights* to Anticosti���������Tho Newfoundland  Commission���������Fisheries   Regulations  -.���������The Ne-.v Klondyke. -    ."   -'  Winnipeg. October 21���������Infoimnlion  icaches hcio that scieial steamboats  aie frozen in ou the Y'ukou.  REFORMS   IN   DAWSON  Since  the arrived  of Win.  Ogilvio  scvcial   rcfoims   h.i.e   beon   enforced  in Dawson City       LONDON NKWSl-AI'nilS  The London newspapers has .ibsum-  ed a moio peaceful aspect low aids  France.  , THI3   NEW  KLONDYKE  Extensive   mining  opeiations   ai'e  lcpoited in New Klondike ne.u Wabi-  geou.  ,_. , TRAIN  WRECKLUIS,  ..- 'I'oionto,   Octobej*   21��������� An1'attempt  v.as made yestei day. to wieck a' Giand  "Tnitik 'lailway   expiess'' tiain     near  Brockville  'v   NATIONAL WOMAN COUNCIL  The National  Council    of    Women  piopcso  having  a"  Canadian  women's  section at lhe Pans exhibition in 1900.  SMALL POX AT DAWSON  'Port   Towusend.   October   20���������Ac-  cot ding to a icport leceived fiom persons   ai living   from   Dawson   on   the  steamer   schooner   Dingo    smallpti-.  has   developed   m' the  capital   of  the  Klondike    J* ���������U   McCloud, of Seattle,  who���������lelUDawson,.on  September 2jth,  sa>s   tho   night- lio   left* it   was- repot ted  lhat llieie weie thiee cases of  small. po\   in   town The   patients  weie quietlj removed to a lempoiary  poau house The polico hai e Inaugu-  lated. a sthoio'ugh seaich, and were  tdliing^sdintd'iv measuies to pi event  a spiead of the contagion Mi. Mc-  Cloutl came up the Yukon on the  sleanier Clara -For two davs befoie  .caching tlie lakes the steamc. cut  its- way .thiough thin ice  ANTICOSTI  > Ottawa October, 21 -������_Meiiiei o.Iers  lo pay the " Canadian go\ei nmenl  $100 000 foi the sboie. lights of the  lsVuid of Anticosti    /  NEWFOUNDLAND   COMMISSION  StJ .lohn. .Xild ,   October     21���������The  ioj.il   commission   at   Newfoundland  ha\C'ieiv neai ly .completed their investigation.  FISHERY   REGULVTIONS  J Victoria,   October   21���������Butish   Columbia   hsheimen   and   canneis   will  ask foi a modification of the new fisk-  eiy legulalions -  FRENCH "'* MESSENGER * FROM  FASHODA  Activity in Toulon���������The Cuban Question  -    ���������The Indian   Outbreak   Over���������Anarchy in the Phil ppines  <���������������������������' ,.  New  Yoilc.  October 2J.���������The iottlh-  crn rinlippinos arc iu a bt.itu of anarchy.  SPANISH SOLDIERS IN CUBA  Fifteen thousand    Spanish    soldiers  iu Cuba have applied   for their   dis-  chai ge.  INDIAN OUTBREAK  The loadcib in  the    lccont    Indian  outbreak al Leech Lako    havo    been  suricudeied to the authonlics  TORPEDO  BOAT  EXPLOSION  Sc\eu mea weie killed yesterday by  an explosion    on.   board ftho   United  States torpedo boat Dayis.'    . ". ., v v  .   messenger~from?fasiiod_a; --.  London, Octobei  21.���������Captain Biia-  tier.    the    messenger    tiom    Geneial  Marchand* at Fashoda has "ailived    in;  Caiio  THE CUBAN  QUESTION  The    Spanish _-.commissioneis    are  much depiessed at the    United States  government insisting on the pound ol  flesh legal ding" the Cuban debts    ami  the taking o^er of the Philippines.  PARIS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL  Paris.  Octobei   21 ���������The    municipal  council.of Paris are uiging the    go\-  emmeut    to avoid,   a ,. conflict   with  Great Biitain.  "    *   '    '   ,.  ' DREYFUS IN' PARIS  ���������J The Pansian , evening' newspapers  announce thai Captain Dieilus is  alreadv in Pai is, and that he is confined at the foi tress of .Mont Y .lar.eu,  to whicli he has been sccrcily conveyed. , s    .  !_,    ~ -  FRENCH  ACTIVITY  The gicatest activity "still    pi ov ails  in Toulon.-   All the naval leserves aie  .rdeied to hold themselves   in iead,-  aess for immediate active sen ice   ,  RUSSIAN-FRANCO ALLIANCE   -  Berlin, October 21.���������It   is   helie.ed  hero that Russia    has -foimod-   connection w Ith Franco" foi," an alliance  on the Nile" question.  THE JVUJ-IJ-S EXCHJIME-  FRONT STREET,. REVELSTOKE'^ '  ���������> ���������  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  Tho bar is supplied with the best brands ofWines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  cJ. V, PEEK,S, .Manager.  SUS LU_WD PFoppietoi*  F. MGJIRTY  _"\Vliolesnle and Retail Dealer in."  ?K\JAE BEEF, PORK,  JWDTT0J4 Jl-ND. SJIDSJISE  i   ami   Game  jn    Season.       _\[ai'kets   at   llevelstoke, '������  ���������elstokc SlaUon, Nakusp, Trout Lsikc Citj*, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  The. largest hotel   in   town,  '    Centrally    located'  Choice. .Wines,_ Liquors   and   Cit~ars  Best    accommodation. Kates    $1     per     day  Brown & Poo], Proprietors '" '       !���������".*.  REVELSTOKE ;,  Require  BIG' PROHIBITiGH * MAJORITY  ^^rr.  .__'^-^S  SOCIAL DISTINCTIONS  Lake of the .Wocds   Gold   Mines���������Di-  Ccchrane's Funeral���������Burned to Death  J ���������Killed by Street "Cars  1 "        i-      _���������,������.* .  Ottawa    Oclober   13��������� Ottawa   is   lo  have a new bank  PROHIBITION MAlOniTY  "'The latest statement of the mojoiity  for piolubition is estimated at 10,000,  , . LAURIER L L S _ J"  Thc Queen's university, "Kingston,  has eonfeuod llie degiee of L. L S.  ou"IIon   Sir Willi id-Lam ior.     --   -  . XEW WESTMINSTER FIRE  Xew Westminster, October 19���������The  losses-fiom   tho  Idle   lire     in   -New  -Westminster- ^"-aggregated -ati?1,2o0,-_  000.  HOCKEY AND SKATING RINK  Winnipeg, October, 19.���������AVinnipeg is  to  have  a  now   hockey  and  skating  link.  LAKE OF 'THE WOODS MINES  Winnipeg,     Oclobety,    3,9,-���������Reports  fiom' the   Lake   of   the   Woods   gold  mines   show   that  veiy   satisfactoiy  piogiess has been made  THE STRATHDURN MURDER  No arrests have up lo'the.present  been   made   in   connection   with   the  Stuaitbuin   murder.  " THE"FREE PRESS  Winnipeg. Octobei 19���������It turns out  that theie was a gieat deal of--fault  finding at the Liberal ��������� association  meeting heie on Monday, with the  effoic which is being made to- foist  the Fioe Pi ess on tho Liberals as the  chief organ of the government. The  association divided in lito^groups���������  Sifton and Anti-Sifton The former  are in tha majority. - ���������    ������������������" -  ' '" '  THE L VTE DR. COCHRANE %  ' Brantford. October -19.���������C' Telegrams  from all over Canada were received  heie veste"iday by the family of the  late Di Cochrane expiessing the keenest regiet, and sjmpathy over-the  death of the deceased clcrgj man. The  luneral takes* place on Thin-.day afternoon at Brantfoi _.  BURNED TO DEATH  -  Toronto. ~Octobej" 19.���������Annie   Mc-|  Donald was-yesterday burned to death  at Cornwall J Ont. '     j  KILLED BY THE STREET CARS  - Charles" W. Stovel of Walkerton was  yesterday killed by the street cars at  Toronto.  THE   CABINET  Il io repoiled as piobable that Str.il-  ton. M r. foi East Petcrboro. will  onter'tho Ontauo cabinet. ���������  To the Editor of The Heiald :  -   Sir:    Ou  such  a topic    theie    will  necessarily he a variety ot  opinions  It may be said by way of anticipation  "Odi piofanum- vulgus." -_    '  The anstocrat does not readily,fall  in with demociatic ideas, aiul ,is unr  willing that "bluo blood' should meet  on the same lev.el''or social ^ platform  a-. the-humblo"loilcr in this workaday  woi Id. ' .     ' \  Most people aie apt to pude lliem-  belvcs  on something,  either  pedigioe  "oi    learning,    oi    on   the    Almighty  dollar, aud like the pioud Hibernian,  who was    intcrvic-ed   as to    hit, dc-  sconl and said,   -"lm tiiule,  independent ol Mislor Noah, for my tincestor  was saved in a boat-of his,own con-  sliuclion," so mobl peoplo    havo    uo  dcsiro to tiaco hack"their"'genealogy  so lai as Shorn, Ham and Japcth. But  to be fceiious whcio    is the sense    or  reason of setting up   for ouiselves" a  standdid    of social    distinction,- in a  country like this wheie -there.is no  such thing as aiislociacj  or* nobility,  nol_to speak of io\all>, and-ianking  sot id v intc^^sctb' oi "classes"--coii-~  stantly .watching    what -miglil      be  termed a distinction without a difference.   Theie is. in almost oveiy,community, d ceitain    class ^-oL   genteel  dooi peisons, v~.lio, pndiug themselves  THP. NEW ARCHBISHOP *C *";  Bishop O'Connor is according to iu-  nior the bac to be appointed  to succeed   Mgr.   Walsh   as   Archbishop   of  Toronto.  _ THE GALICIAN MURDER  Dominion City.Octcbcr 13.���������As yet  no arrests have been made in connection with the Stuartburn murders.al-  though conspnacy is suspected ,in  which figures the wife of the munloi-  ed man. Charley Simonshook and his  sister lhey ,'re Galicians, and the  detectives are working up the case.  ou real oi supposed genteel anccstois  look down Willi scoin upon^lhe~lip;iesl.  mechanic or busincbs'.man,.. ^vliQ by-  oatient mduslry or prudence adds  house to house and .field lo field, and,  tlius.lcaveo the woild better than ho,  found li.       -,. ���������  Monoy   is the   "opon    scsamo^   to>  every dooi ot influence and   Improje-  aient   and in .ulstocialic England  as  in -Amcilca gold is becoming the blan-  dard of lespectahllity.   With all their  boastful talk ot democracy    and    re-  oublicauism the fem.il"   nicinhcis   ot  Ameiican fdmilios. who are reckoned  as    miilioniilies, have   raised,  tbem-  seheb in the social stale by manying  Englishmen of title   aud   distinction.  On th'other hand many ,membei.s   ol  the English anstociacy are,disgusted,  and no wonder, wilh the endless I.uxo  of trying- to'aiphold ,a?posl*ioi  /.ll  society with the appeal anco of w.filth  .vl-ih"   lacking.lho    means ��������� lo    nnko  both ends meet, and thus the alliance  with  the pleblau or    the choice    of a  trade or business oi which-many ,ex-.  amnlcs might be clltd.      ~<" ������������������* -"-- * -*'  All that is readily underbtood. and  we can bear with equanimlfy such advances up tbe social ladder.   But for  anyone In a couutry liko "Canada   to  try lo ape persons of title and    distinction'by refusing to move in ceitain ciiclcs as beneath their    dignity  is supremely .ridiculous. -  The social distinctions of the present day are. in a country like this,  rotten to the coie. They induce falso  views, of life, they .affect to, Wapi'c  tine worth, and they run Vcounter to  the principles of Chustianity..  Ficquently what is regarded bv  some as "good society," "tony people."  tho "upper ten' aio often not lit com-  Printed  L.tler Ileads  _.ole Ileads  Bill Heads '  Statements       *"  _ ���������- ������  Envelopes  Busiuess   Cards  "Visiting Cards  Piogrammes '- *  ' i     '       i   <   .  r .  i. Menu Cards        ,  i  , Wedding Cards v  Memoiial Cards  , i j   *��������� -  * IuvitationCards"  .     _'-.;.     ,  . i  Receipts.  7  Dtafts  Cheques,     ^    ,  Stock *���������,'���������      ,,-t <'  * IV'CertiG.cate.':  Large  light bed  roouis,    ,Ra{e-J$l.0O a ij  Tulilo furnished with  tbe choicest-the market  affords. - Best Wjues'  Litiuot-s". " and - . Cigars  ������Jay. Mouthly race. -  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.'. '  THE PIONEER LIVER'Y-..   Feed and Sale Stable of "tbe Lardeau and Tront" Lake Dig trie.  S.nlJle , and t   Pack-  ���������    always for hire.- .  Horses'  FreightiiiK  .sp'ecialty.  and'-jTeaming   a  Da;ly Bta^e leaves Thomson's Landing every iuorning a't 7  lor Tiout Lake Gity.,--lFor, particulars write  o'clock J  -ORAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's IiA-TDiNG."  To secure oue'of those .desirable" lots  CHEAP on the'C. ���������&__. Steam Kavi-  gation-Company's site;-,  Dont   wait"   till, the -boom  our wav, but,BUY NOW.'   - ,  comes'  HAIG &GRAGE  . j *,, -..  ,. . '��������� '���������',.-  '    J Sole. Agents.  Fot* - AU   Kinds; of   Commercial  fa.  Show Caids  Books or  Pamphlets  Folders  DebeiitiuesI  '' Bihclingof       '  i*    .-;- '     , r.^,7.  any kind  Give Us' A Call.     -   Outr PrrccsAre Fight.  fe^^->'   4  ; FERGUSON "  The Centre  of  the   Lardeau   Mines  ?  ! QR AN3TTH1NC in tbe lino ofj  ijO_.   PRINTING,     If  you do'  i you- can bo furnished  with the  same  by TnE   HJSUALD.     AVe  carry a* grpater    assortment   of  paper, Envelopes', Cards, Etc ,than  v I       i *���������  any othor establishniont in  North Kootenay, and can give  satisfaction iu  Bo Sure anil icgistei- at the  bjiUmorjil- hotel  When you icacli FlillUUSON.  -  1 The table is pioviileel vvith the host  the iimrkct nilonl������.. Hales from S2  lo !>.j per day.  .  What Do You  Want in Shoes  If jo*.i want a.KOod lllncrs' S_oa come  D. J_r.Vius. "     '    o -'���������    '  If y.ni wunt - ijood Protpectore" Bb������e e_i_e  to 1). Jcr.klns.  Sho., end Ilnrnou rcp>Ireil on the abortmt  notice." All lint-"- of work k.pt ln stock  at price, lo suit nil.   ,;������.,"_  =' - D. JENKINS  Virst Str������ot. one block from, tho Iinperi"-  I-ink ot Canada,��������� IlavclMoko Bt<_tle>n. B. O.  *���������, .  5s  panr, for cultured people ofK high  moral standing to mingle 'w ith.<-JZhai^  acter ought to he tho Hue standard of  social equality.  As 1'ope aptly puts it:, "Worth  makes tho mau aud want of it the  fcllov and all the lest is leather and  prunella" Or to quote jthc lines of  our late British poet uTennyson:  "Kind hearts aro more than coronets,  and simple faith lhaa Noiman blcod."  Yours truly,  r. C. STEELE.  Calgary,* Oclober- IS, 1S08. ���������  bness  __ _;. and;Ppie8._ _  l'iico_s;aiid-sain])U's- furnibhed on  -    . applicatiuu.      /-ddfoss  CUMJUNGS r.IlOS.,   ���������   Proprietors.  ���������John  E. ������?oo4  __i-el~iteet  -  and Buildep   .  Estimates, Dlaniami bpeclficationsfurnhihcil  on application. _liop .ccel rcBLir work  promptly attended to. Wccl carvirK a  spcii-llr        Work    fhep   on   Kront  Hlrvol.  Wood! Vyood!  Guaranteed'Full'  Cord Measure: '  The undersigneel hns a large 6Ut  of Hemlock, Spruce.   Fir    and   Pine  Wood for sale.   Any person requiring  vvood vvill kindly -leave  their order.  with Mr! XV. Al. Lavvre'nco. Kcqclstoke  Station,   or   with    II.    N."-Cour_"ier,'  Front Street,* llevelstoke."  ITnlf        "-���������     PRANK JULIAN.  T1?g Vernon Soda ,;  Water3, WopKs j . ��������� ,  M. J- O'BRIE-.,   PROPRIETOR.  Manufactmer of Soda Wiiter. 3!npr   ���������  .Vie, Sarsaprilla and all 8oK_>tU~jM'  A fall s-nplr'li-pt la,stoek' at Ue-  Carty's Cold Storage:' -where .ortere  _-..n--tgft- .    ��������� ...        _., ..S-~-~W-U        .  Wendell Maclean.  ^EVEiSTOXE ''  tl^OH WORKS..  Revelstoke, B. (.  Wholesale  and Rotnil  ������ Druggist, Calgary  '-4aii Orders Promptly Attended To.  j tuu  BIao_i-mithine������ Jobblnst  Plnrabinsr.-'PiPe FittiiaB  Sheet Iron "Work"'  Maohiaery BePalred  Mining Work a.Specialty-^-!  ROBT.GORDOW  RovoI-������tok������- Stn. -  tt- 'ir*h"iAfle>**r/  ���������_.*���������'-���������" __j ju __ "t  Artist's, Materials  '���������Fresh Bulk O/sfers-  itt J. R. Hull & Co.'s.  -Elxtrti select���������  ocl 8-lm  Of these we bare a complete supply ot article* required, such aa Oil Colors. Brashes.  Palette Boards, Palette Knives and OU*.  For the Draughtsman  and Architect     ���������_____  F.vervthlng required In their line will be  found at hand: Such aa all kind* ot drawing  and Tracing Linen and Papers, Inatmmenta,  Kulem. Squares, and Colored Drawing Ink*.  Mall order* promptly attended to.  Night Bell ou Door.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  Cms. R. McDo. a.U>. Manager.  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND GENERAL   NEWS  * 9:30 at the Vic. for a sandwich,  R. Hutchison left  for Roaeland on  Monday morning.  ���������Fresh Bulk Oyntera���������extra select���������  at J, R. Hull to Co.'b. oct 8-lm  Chas. F. __.indm_~.rk  left yesterday  morning on a business trip to points  east  J. M.  J. Al. Kellie, M.P.P.. U having a  building erected nearly opposite the  Central hotel.  Frank Garrand has accepted a position with the Enterprise Brewing Co.  as bookkeeper.  Messrs. F. B. Piper & Co. are building a brick cellar for A. N. Smith  under bis present premises,  Percy P. Clarke, of James Gill to  Co.'s, returned Monday night front a  successful business trip east.  Messrs. J. G. Allen and Kdson  returned on Saturday morning from  their holiday trip on the coast.  T. J. Lendruro, of Ainnworth, B. C,  and manager of tha Smelter Townsite  Co., was in town on Saturday.  C. E. Shaw hns purchased the handsome'cottage opposite the Court House  formerly owned by W. B. Fallis.  The Daily Mail and. Empire is now  offered to subscribers in this province  at $2 a year. One half the regular  price.  Mr.   T.    McNaught,   manager and  -secretary of the Halcyon Hot Springs,'  was in town on Saturday, en rout* to  Golden.  James Noble was brougnt into the  hospital last week suffering from a  broken leg caused by a rock falling off  a"car on higgles..  Charles   William  Stovel,  ex-mayor  of  Walkerton,- One,   was killed   in  "'"Toronto  last week   by   being struck  -with a trolley car.  Send two dollars to the Mail and  Empire, Toronto, Canada, and get  that Rreat paper sent to you postpaid  for a whole year.  XV. B. Fallis. Mrs. Fallis and family  left on Thursday last for their old  home at Brewster, Ont., where they  will again take up thoir residence.  Andy Grierson, formerly captain of  the  Sandon hockey  team,   came   in  -from the^Caesiar-yesterday-inorDing  and spend   the  dny   with   friends  in  tovvn.  The C.P.R. have ail the bridge crews  that can be spared from their work  placed on the machine shop* and are  pushing the work of construction at a  rapid pace.  H. A. Bourne, of the firm of Bourne  Bros., left on Sunday morning on a  trip of inspection to the firm's branch  stores at Nakusp, New Denver and  Burton City.  J. Fallis has purchased the interest  of his brother, W. B. Full is in the  general store, and with" Fred. Fallis  will continue the business as formerly  under the name of Fallis Bros.  , Billy Holloway met with aa accident in the Nettie L tunnel last week  by some rock sailing off tbe roof and  striking biro on the back. He will  return to work again in a few days  when he expects to be fully recovered.  R. Gordon has used tbe well known  mica roofing on bis block now neanng  completion and ia now open to contract for all roofing work recommending the use of this material, especially  on flat roofs, as it is light and durable,  water and fire proof.  The November number of the Delineator is called the Early Winter  Number and contains a variety of  wotter of unsurpassed freshness and  charm. The present and prospective  fashions are exhaustively described,  and the literary and household features are of tbe usual high degree of  merit.  Rossland is incorporating a school  of mines. A committee was appointed  consisting of Edwin Durrant, James  Martin, M.P.P.. "W. A. Carlyle, C. O.  Lalonde, Smith Cortls. R. Adams and  J. P. Henns-sy, of tbe miners' union,  and A. Cameron, secretary of the  ecbool cf mine- tp prepare the neces-  eary declaration at incorporation and  bylaws. The programme of subjects  will be as follows: Geology and  mineralogy, chemistry and metallurgy  prospecting, raining and assaying.  T. Downs left on No. 1 last night for  Kamloops.  Hike Carlin, of Golden, came in on  No. 1 last night.  ���������Attention is drawn in this issue to  the advertisement of Bell & Co.  E. L. Kinman left yesterday morning for his old home in Missouri.  Mrs. A. B. Forrest left on No. 1 last  evening ou a visit to friends on tbe  coast.  ���������Read Grogan to Co.'s list of bargains in real estate elsewhere in this  issue.  Ensign Fitzpatrick aud Lieut. Betts  left last night fnr Kamloops where  they will open a barracks.  The ladies' attention is called to the  announcement in Mrs. M. K. Lawson's  ad. of Friday bargain sales.  Staff-Captnin Turner will be here  tomorrow night. His address at the  barracks will be on "Eight phases of  8. A. Warfare.".  ���������R. H. Truenian, photographer of  Vancouver, B. C, will be in tovvn for  ten days only. Studio near Union  Hotel. This is his last visit ibis  season. Remember you want good  photos for Christmas.  A meeting of the citizens of Revelstoke is called for Monday night, at  8 p.m. sharp, to consider the question  of erecting a fire hatl. All property  owners are earnestly requested to attend. Meeting will be held in the  room under Tapping's Theatre.  ���������Town lots are selling rapidly and  real estate is on tlie move. Buy a copy  of the Revelstoke City Directory, with  the only complete lithographed map  of the whole townsite in existence, and  keep informed. For sale at all book  stores in town.   Price GO cents.  Half Price in this Province  .The Daily Mail and Empire is now  offered to subscribers in this province  at two dollars a year. Address the  Mail, Toronto, Canada.  Lady Zetta, Palmist.  Lady Zetta, Palmist, will remain at  Mrs. McLaughlin's until Tuesday at 7  p.m. She will give entertainments at  Tapping's Opera House, Monday and  Tuesday. October 31st and November  1st. Prices 10. 25 and 00 cents. Seats  on sale at F. B. Wells'. Canada Drug  & Book Co., assisted by "Hewett  Musettes."  ���������The Hewett Musettes and Lady  Zetta. completed their engagement  here on Saturday night, They gave  three performances in Raven's Hall.  The audiences were good and the  performances both amusing and  entertaining.���������Kamloops Standard.  Mr. Hetherington's Funeral  The funeral of tho late John Heth-  erington took place on' Friday afternoon last from his residence to the  Revelstoke cemetery. A large number of friends of the deceased paid a  l_8t__tribHte._o___re"ipect___by___attonding  the funeral, and among those present  were old friends of the deceased who  prospected with him in the Cariboo in  the days of the gold excitement. The  pallbearers were Messrs. W.M. Brown,  J. Dolan. P. Kennedy, H. N. Coursier,  Malcolm Ross and Fred Fras.r. The  chief mourners being Messrs. F. B.  Wells and John Sanderson. The Rev.  F. A. Ford." of St. Peter's church,  officiated. R. Howson to Co. had  charge of tbe funeral arrangements.  In 1862, Mr. Hctherington, in company with John Sanderson, (who is at  present in Revelstoke, and who  reached town from the Big Bend a  few hours after the death of Mr.  Hetherington) left Ontario and crossed  the Isthmus of Panama, en route to  Victoria, where they outfitted for the  gold fields in the Cariboo, in which  district they prospected and worked  for about three years. In 1868 Mr.  Hctherington returned cant, nnd in  1884 followed the construction of the  C.P.R. west to this point, where he  settled and bas since made bis' home.  Mr. Hetherington was an Irishman  by birth, having lieen born in the  county of Arniaugh, Ireland, in tbe  year 1817. '  TERRIBLE JRACE WAR  Bloodiest Fight Since Recoastuction  Days  Meridian, Miss., October 24.- The  most bloody race conflict tbat has  taken place in Mississippi since th*  exciting daya of tho reconstruction  period is raging. in Scott County, 60  miles west of Meridian. It grew out  of nn assault on John D. Freeman, a  white man, by Billy Burke, a negro.  Freeman and Burke became involved  in a quarrel which ended in Burke  assaulting Freeman with a hoe. A  warrant was sworn but for the arrest  of Burke, and constable Thomson with  15 men went to the house of Burke  who lives a mile from Harperville, ot  9 o'clock Saturday niglit to execute  the writ. When Constable Thompson  and his posse arrived they found  Burke fortified in his little log hut  with 50 to 60 negroes ambushed o'n the  premises and the officers' demand for  a surrender was ' answered with a  volley. - Officer Sibley, one of tbe  posse, was instantly killed and three  of the - others, including Constable  Thompson, were seriously- wounded.  The posae was thrown into confusion  by the volleys, but the fire was re*  turned and for a time- a desperate  battle raged in the dark. The negroes  were greatly in the majority,however,  and ths officers retired and sent  runners for help. The sheriff responded with heavy reinforcements  nnd the battle was renewed on Sunday  morning. The fight was kept up all  day, and when the last ' courier  reached the nearest telegraph office, 10  miles from the scene of the iwttle at a  late hour last night, he reported that  ten negroes had been killed and several -wounded.' Four negroes were  captured and taken to the-forest,  where they are guarded by 20 white  negro sympathizers. A general alarm  was sent out over Scott and the adjoining counties of Rankin, Newton  and Smith,' and- hundreds of white  men are under arms and on their way  to H.rperville. Sneriff Stevenson,  realizing that danger was apprehended  immediately wired Governor Mc-  Laurin at Brandon for aid in quelling  a probable- widespread ** disturbance.  Upon receipt' -of this telegram the  Governor procured a special train at  Brandon; and, accompanied by a posse  of 30 men armed with" shotgnns, proceeded to the forest. Arriving there  early in the evening they found there  was small danger of the riot assuming  proportions beyond the ability of the  posse on hand to keep order. Governor McLaurin at Brandon naturally  counsels moderation, but in the  excited state of the public mind great  fear is expressed that the posse will  not regard the suggestion favorably.  Their presence, however.will undoubtedly have a great influence in reatrict-  ing number of fatalities after enough  negroes hav* been killed to satisfy the  outraged feeling of the whites in that  section.  FAYETTE R3KER,  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,  LOANING and INVESTMENT  AGENT.  $40,000 T9 UOAN  ON REVELSTOKE REAL  ESTATE SECURITY.  OFTICS:   McKENZIX A VENUS.  For Sale  A Five Roomed Cottage  With Bathroom and Pantry in  Connection.  Situated on Third St., Just East  of.the) Cowan Block.  For particular* apply at the Heb___ offlee.  Ogilvies  Flour  The Best io Canada.  Used by Thousands.  A. carload will arrive ln a few  daya at our warerooma. And  consumers will find lt the beat  and cheapen on tha market.  Free and prompt delivery.  A. N. Smith,  Baker and Confectioner.  'Wedding cakes to the Qnean't taste.  Hotel License.  Take notice, that I, the undersigned, Intend  to apply 30 days after date to the Stipendiary  Magistrate of the Revelstoke Riding of Went  Kootenay for a license to sell liquor by retail  at my hotel, altuate on the Big Bend waggon  road, about three miles north of Revelstoke.  D. CALLAHAN  Dated at Rerelatoke, Oct. 12th, 1898.  __9  Land Notice.  Take notice CO days afterdate hereof I intend  to apply to The Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works tor permission to purchase 160 acres  of land on St. Leon Creek'in the North West  Kootenay District described a* follows: Commencing at the .Initial Post situated on the  Eastern boundary ot Lot 1139 about 27.88 chains  from the North East corner thereof, thence 40  chains North, Thence .0 chains East, Thence  40 chain* South, Thence 40 chain* West to the  point of commencement.  MICHAEL GRADY,  by hi* agent  A. P. CUMMINS.  Dated October 8, INS.  Bf I* CUT  i &l   f_l_ _fi-fcB-r'_n~g*  tit "TTnrrWeF  At Thk REVELSTOKE PHOTO CO. GALLERT  jK*������__C___il_E-___EG   . Louisville Restaurant .   jg  opposite Coursier's. K  Meals served at all hours, day   fi  or night.  Anton! BaBocbd. Proprietor.  M__H_������������fl������__������Mtt-__-*:������---_ii_l_"--_  ������_.  Wits]}' I__Jff_.������.  "J don't know whether to take my old  umbrella or my new one."  "Ar* yon coming home early or late}"  "What difference does that make?"  "Lota of dH_e_e___.    When yoo com*  home late, yon oarer hav* any umbrella."  ���������-Detroit _~tm Press.  Tb* proportionate ase of letters tn the  printing of a newspaper Is aa follows: e,  1,000) t, 770; a, 738; I, 704; s, 680; <__  078; n, 070; h, M0; r. --_: d, 893; t, 800;  n, *������; o, 380; m, 878; f, 830; w, 190; t,  Iti; pandg. ������8~ b, IM; r, 180; fe, tt  t, It; *, t0| x, 40; a, 88.   '  BIRTHS  McCarter���������At Banff, on October  25th. to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. McCarter. a daughter.  McRa"b���������At Revelstoke, on October  26th. to Miv and Mrs. Alex. McRae,  a son.       ,:  Why Pay Rent.  When yon can own a horn*  of your own?  If yon will save, say. Are to ten dollars per  month on our accumulative system for a few  years, you will then be In a position to buy or  build a home of your own.  By taking shares in this company, persons of  moderate means are enabled tn participate In  tbe proflu enjoyed by the company.  The saving of money 1s like th* saving of  tlma. If done al all. It must be dons systematically, rr  Safety Is a most Important conitl.ration  when making an investment. This is a perfect system of co-operative savings, and th*  safest plan ever offered for acrnmalatlng small  holding* and loaning It to members on real  estate security.  Loans...  Loans are made on the security of improved  real estate without delay. CO per cent, of th*  appraised cash value being advanced.  . Excess payments of principal may be mad*  with any monthly payment.  B. C. Permanent Loan  & Savings Company.  F. R-KEa, Agent,  MeKenste Ave.. Revelstoke Station.       ISaalm  -.   Notice of. Assignment.  Puranant to the Creditor's Trust Deeds Act,  and amending Acts, notice Is hereby given  that William Benson Pease and Annie Gibson  Paget, both of Revelstoke in the Province of  British Columbia, Grocers, doing business  nnder the firm name of " W. B. Pease A Co."  have by deed dated;the 12th day of October,  IMS, assigned all their, personal estate, credits  and effects which'may be adzed and sold  under execntlon and. all their real estate to  Percy Chapman of Revelstoke aforesaid.  Wholesale Merchants, in trust for the benefit  of their Creditois.    .-  The said Deed was executed by the said  William Benson Pease, Annie Gibson Paget  and Percy Chapniap.'on the 12th day of October  ISM. All persons having claims against the  said William Benson Peare and Annie Gibson  Paget are reonlredon or before tbe Sth day of  November, 1898. to send to the said Trustee full  particulars of the same duly verified, together  with the partlculors of the security, if any,  held by them.  And notice is hereby given that after the  said 5th day of November, ISM, the trustee will  proceed to distribute the awe's among those  Creditors whose claims have been lodged with  him, and that he will not be responsible after  said date for the asseU so distributed or any  part thereof, to any person or persons, firm or  corporation of whose debt or claim he shall  not then have received notice.  A meeting of the Creditors of the said William Benson Pease' and Annie Gibson Paget  will bo held at the office White, Gwillfm de  Scott. Taylor Block. Revelstoke, B.C.on Thurs.  day the 27th day of October, 1898, at ten o'clock  in the forenoon.  ���������Dated-at-Revelst__:6;-~-.C.,-the-13tIi-day-of  October, A.D. 18_8.  WHITE, GWILLIM A SCOTT.  Solicitors for the above named Trustee.  What  Makes  a  flan  "  More miserable than  an ill fitting, uncomfortable suit. We can  fit you', as.well as your  pocket-book. In fact  we" are making suit  to Order at prices tha  scare the ready-mad^  clothiers. All new  styl-s. Seo us if yon  want " to look well  dressed In your nex  ���������ult.  What's th* chief feature of made to order  elothing���������the at. Isn't It? Well, that's the  feature about which we're most particular.  If it doesn't lit you. yon don't have to keep it.  But it will flt yon if we _-������������������ fYTHIMfl  make it. Onr estab- VL.*U I nil~-"U.  Ilihment ha* at Its bead one of tbe best cutter*  In the Province and many critical men who  heretofore patronised Eastern tailor* have  testified to onr ability to flt them faultlessly  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  H  Agent for the  BhckenaderTer  Typewriter  __. ~B~_ft_Xi_3~~E~; I__T  Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.  POST  OPPICE  STOBSI,  :R_3V*BIiSTO__-:__3 ������ 33. c.  Musical  Instruments  You are requested to look over my  select stock of    VIOLINS. GUITARS    MANDOLINS    HORNER'S MOUTH ORGAN"!   STRINGS and ACKS30RIE8....  An excellent stoek at low prices.  Tobacco, Cigars, Soft Refreshing Drinks,  Stationery, Novels, Japanese Curios, Etc.  Chas. J- Aman  SMALL  PROFITS!  QUICK RETURNS.  Having bought out the business ot Messrs. Hutchison & Co.. In connection  with our store in Enderhy, B. C, we are in a position to sell at right prices  any of the following lines:  Hay, Feed of all kinds, Vegetables, Fruit, Produce, Groceries.  W������ have just received two cars of Hay, Floor and Vegetable*.  write or see ns for special prices for ten or car load lots feed or vegetables.  GEO. BELL & CO.  XSS_____-0_$������__g_n___-____E  TO EVERYONE  ' *_.���������������-_������.-������������������������������  H E PRIVILEGE OF OBTAINING FROM US  THE LATEST DRESS GOODS IN THE  MARKET,  AT   PRICES  THAT  DEFY COMPETITION.  JAMES GILL & CO.,  THE  LEADING  ; STORE  TAYLOR BLOCK,  . - ���������  HcKENZIE AVE.  Headquarters for  Fine Dress and Dry Goods   ;  Clothing  .   'Boots'and.Shoes    - .  Hats and Caps  Mens'; Fine Furnishings  Carpets 0  Curtains       ' '  House Furnishings  We have just opened our Third Large Consignment  of Mackinaws, and the winter season not  yet commenced.    This speaks Volumes for the excellent value  of these goods,  i The Stove Trade  We are strictly in the Stove business. We are daily expecting our third car  of Stoves since wc opened up in Kevetstoke, sixteen months 'ago. Our great  success in this particular branoh of our business is that wc carry nothing but  the highest grade of Stoves and our prleu.i arc reasonable. Wo can show you  the small No. 7 Cook Stove, Just the thing for bachelors; or the large Steel  Range with ail the latest improvements. In Heating Stoves���������all lines of Box  Stoves from 18 to 36 inches, and in Coal Heating Stoves from tho small "Globe  Heater" to the largo handsome double heaters rich ln their nicklc embellishments. If you cannot afford a furnace get a doublo heater with hot air .  attachments, and you can havo your upstairs heated to perfection. We are  sorry to disappoint our patrons who have been .waiting for our Air Tight  II*aters,but as soon as our fittings arrive wc will be able to supply all demands.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  Hardware, stoves, Tinware.  FaiaL TO THE DCORS  That is the condition of our store on Front Street.  We have a good stock of Men's Fine Fall and Winter  Clothing-.    Boots  and  Shoes, the best on the market  Groceries, Flour, Provisions, Vegetables, Etc  Fallis Etaes.  ������������������HliiiuiMillMMlllililiuilili.iiimimgimiiiMllS  i |  I Hote) Fergus en, \  | Ferguson, B-C- f  = Baa _ Koaommoiatlon ln th. |  i        IfMd.'au Dlstolut.        f  1  Rates:   $������._><!> Pei Dag.   1  in   I  E D. Ferguson. Proprietor-|  SllltllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIItHIIIIHmttai_tllllll-M-lli  '^ifc^vM^S������^������  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie *.������.���������  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  Light.  Transferring1  and Carting  D  J~_~~~~Telephone your orders to W.M. Lawrene.  ana they will bo promptly attended to.  Robert Fleming  F9R SALE  1.���������Business ' lots on Campbell Avenue. J*.  ���������nap for cash.,  2.���������A lot in the centre of the business part ol  Mackenzie Avenue. W00 in cash and liable to  go up ln price before long. '.       ' ,   _    ,  8.���������Business lots, GO foot front, on First St.',  between the two banks. Some of the choicest  business property on the market. *   .  '-. _.���������Four, lots at the corner of. Third Street-  and Campbell A venue���������a good location.' ?-     '"  5.���������Two lots nearly opposite Samson's residence on Third ' Street, |_50 each. Nice lot*,  and a bargain for residential purposes.  6.���������A large frame two-storey residence, Just"  erected on Second Street, two-minutes walk  from C. P. R. Roundhouse, plastered inside,  fence, verandah.   Price $1,500, on easy term*.  7.���������Corner lot,' next Revelstoke PostolBre,  Front Street.   jJ3J0 cash.   A bargain.  8. Two lots.' opposite J. D. Sibbald's residence, on First St.   ~."0 each. '-.  9. Desirablo residence, close to. the Cowan  Block, cheap for cash. 5 rooms, bathroom and  pantry. ���������        .  Straight loanB on real property round th.  centre of the business part of the upper town.  No red tape, formalities or delay.  Apply to  -iAGESTS.-  Revelstoke Sash & Door  -Hag Factory -������*������  Manufacturers of and Dealers ln  Sash. Doors, Turnings, Plinths, Corner  T Blocks, Mouldings -of nil kinds,  Fancy Gables and Verandah work,  Brarkets of eveiy description made  to order. Stoieand office Fittings.  Window Frames, with Siish fitted  a specialty.  All the latest machinery.    Dry kiln on th.   .���������     Call an(j     t prf      .   .  going elsewhere.  premises.    Call and get prices before  -���������-SAWYER & MANNING.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  DEER HEADS,  BIRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved and Mounted -  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  H AUD COAL!  HARD CASH!  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Deliver(.l from car $9.50 per ton.  Delivered from shed ...  $10.00 per ton.  Now is the time to get in yonr winter eupply before the snow falls.   Order  early.     Cash mnst accompany the order. il  ;f; mcoartst.  BRICK !  The F. E. Piper Co. hare sow on hand  First Class Brick at right price*.  Intending builders wonld do well to  call and examine. -   -  Brick yard Just north ot tb* Gun Club  grounds.  Mail orders promptly attended to.  Price* on application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  U. Q. BIRNEV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East. Revelstokt Statfon  Graining, Paper Banging, Hard Wood Finishing, Horn. Fainting in all Branch**,  Caniage Feinting, GUxiog, *e.  .....--...I....

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