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 / -   .    l   I  10  a*-"l  Y"^ "^f  -wjw-'**^.  JL  jL A____4 JL%  -ISSUED   T,V^IOE--^-VvrEES:--"Vvr35:X)2NrE3I3^."Y'S    ^_3STID    S-A.TTTIE^JD.A.'Y'S-  Vol. III.    No. 7,  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  While wishing our many patrons  throughout North Kootenay the compliments of the season, and thanking  them for their liberal patronage during the past year, which has increased  our business to larger proportions  than any previous year, our constant  effort will be put forth to merit even a  larger share of the trade for 1S90,  We have decided  to  drop our  Dry Goods  Line  Until We Kave More Room at  our disposal,  1.  And in order to clear it out at ence  <.  To Make  Room  For  a, Mucn  Larsre  Itock  01  Gents  +.o>  Furnishings  and  e  Boots and Shoes  _We  Will   Offer the   Entire Stock  At  Actual  a.  s/jp %j&J������.  &-AJS.JLWA  fSZiliflTJ     ^Vmrmin & '    The   1U0St Pol6nt  argument   for   Monday  i&U&y    .4__7Il-jppill^  ���������  -shopping is Thursday  prices.    -Beginning  with the Clothing Department's argument about pants you will read the store news through:  50 pairs Heavy, Untearablc Tweed Pants, neat, dark stripes, grey  and black and grey with colors, durable trimmings, well 'jut, fixes   -"  82 to 40 waist measure, good for work, for warmth, for wear, regular value $2.50.     TS^S^Thursday,per pair   Men's Ulsters.  Men's   Heavy   Al'.-wool   Frieze   Ulsters, made  with large storm collars, with tab for throat,  half belt mi hack, lined with plaid   (j}"7  rn  lining, regular .fill., Thursday tf) / .OU  Bargains in Jackets.  10 Onh-.All--.vool Jacket.. In black   fl> r   fifl  -tbo.Uu  nnil colored, regular-fS. Thin _;i_y.  Bargain in-.Towels  ISxiie.  iiichc.   Knglish   111 title   Turkit-h   Hath  Towels, .ream, with nut stride, fringed cnils,  anil .rooil liemy make, special, nr  per   pair _  _.0  iliiS  Feather Neck Ri  LaiKe.'.'    tthiek Ostrich   1'eatlicr   Neck   Ruffs,  Uriirhl illasxv Fibre, regular $2.l!l>,   ff> I   (!!>  Thursday .: : li? ! .0 W  Cretonnes and' Muslins  200 Yards Art Cretonne-., cro.-m 11 ml light col-  lred gr.iu'11'.-, wilh  Horn] .U-slgns,  _-;i iin* nuiilit;-, regular 23, tpeei.l   . . _  .1iK> Yard* Art Muslin, nice colors ami       1 [*-  ilc'I-jiii., ri'guU'.r _!."., speidal I \J  Hosiery Specials  l.si-iC-' Heavy Wool Hose, fast black and soft  &e!M������.f..3 PAIRS' FOR SI. 00  Ladles' lilack Ca<-*limerc Hoe, full fashioned,  very    clie-tlc     and     soft, fir-  special L J  Men's Furnishings -  Men's Winter Caps, In fine Blnck, Xavy Blue or  llrown Heaver Cloth, inailc with slip band, to  cover  tlio  ears." lined   dark  farmer'!.     rn  salin, al 1 sizes, special CU  Men's wool Foclora hats, in black or   (J\ I   nn  brown, reguliir ?l.~'0, special Cy I ,bu  Men's Shetland wool uudervc-ts or punts, very-  soft und warm, shirts double breasted     -rr  De /O  blKJcii*! ior this &__!-  M>n*s   hcavv   v/onl   soak?,  rog'.ihir P-'ic.     (\*r  fc pedal ."  L 0  Men's Rubbers Special    -  Men's   one   buckle   rub'.ier?,   with    (Ji j   ns  .solid heel, or 1}{, re?.$1X3, special..tp I .Zu  Hardware      " - .;  Mickel plated copper toddy tea kettles     Q/-i  '.jievial. .'.  -'    -. .*. ������������������-"*,  Coal     oil-   stoves,      extra      value, -     */p  special ."  ���������' -'  Famous rice boilers, allsize-".  Blue granite stove pots, S and 9.  Balance of  this  moiiiii  13  per  cent, off  nil  heating .stoves, for cash.  Groceries  Hovril chocolate���������'io:;. bovrll 10c; laz.Toe.  Silvocca Herrings, in tomato satioe.  Preserved fresh herring-.'  Crosse & r.lackwcl pickles.  Uarutaria bhrimps.  Sliced boneless breakfast bacon.  Flannelettes  12 inch extra heavy twilled flauncleltes, soft  2_  finish ar.d fast colors, medium shados  regular ISl1. por yard, hjtcclul   Bargains in Chinaware  Xo better time to buy ii bit of cliinawiire thnn  rii;lit nov, because -Searing prices ari* mark-  T cd ou many lines.* J_n some tho nwuitHy,  is too small to mi-rii newfrpapes mention, but  buyers arc picking ihem out nuite freely.  IT WAS A TAME AFFAIR  BOSTOCK MEETS    HIS    CONSTITUENTS IN REVELSTOKE  SHQREASED     REPRESENTATION  YCiSlOKCS lit til liCtMiiMiwIMi 5 Unit  Haig"  &  Grage  Notaries Public,   -  "Sole Agents for i-  Revelstoke  Aoolication for Timber.  Cost,  There is positively no humbug about this offer: we  must have the room for our  Gents'     Furnishings     and  o  Boots and Shoes, which arc now  on  the   way:   THESE   GOODS  MUST   GO   AND   OUR   LOW  PRICES   WILL SELL THEM.  Come and Examine.* the stock and  Get Our Prices.  To Clear out  Some Odd Lines  - In Ladies' Fine Shoes, Slippers  and Overshoes, we are offering them  at prices below cost. A Splendid  $5 Shoe at $3 is only a sample.  Ladies'  Tain O' Shanters  A Complete stock or latest design  in these at large reductions. A $1  Tarn goes now at 50 Cents.  "^^--TdWIiSiie-  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Hlock, "McKenzie Ave.,  ItevelstoKo Sta.  Monev to Loan.  XV. White. Q. C. J- M. Scott, ]!..'_. LL.1I.  F. L. Gwllliin.  HARVEY   &   MCCARTER,  Barristers, - Solicitors,    Etc.  Solicitor fur Imperial Until: of C'anadn.  Companv fluids to loan nt 8 per cent.  Olllces:   Millions Hank Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery workinpecia'ir. T"ain������  always ready on sliortei-t noti.-e. e'ontracti for  JobbliiK taken. ������S~-Ai_e.it for the Standard  Oil Company.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  OIHce and Residence, two doors cii"t Cownn  Block.  TIII{in S1KEET, CENTRE.  NiKht and Day flnlls attended to.  Telephone connection.  Notice is lie-.'liy given that thirty days from  Into, 1 intend apiiivinu lo lliu Chief Coninm,-  i-iouer of Lantln e.r. . Wor!:* for a I'.eeii'-c to cut  and carry avay timher from the following  described Inn.!*-'situated nn Lardeau e_!reek ill  Trnut Lake district, Wc-t Kootenay: Coin-  mcnciiis at a post on the bank ot south fork of  Lardeau Creek at tlie enst enel of the lown of  l-'erpusou, near tl'.e four mile post on wti|;on  road-thence rtiniiini; north 40 chains, thence  east SO ci~iiinrfrt'u-'..-:u-e-t-uutii-2l--elmtn?-f!!iuiii;e  east SO chains, theufc south 10 elinins. more  or less to south fork creek, thence west follow-  Ini! creek to initial post; contain^ 010 acres  more or lc-s.  Al������o comineiieinc at this Fame no. t, running  south 110 chains, tlicnee cast -lUciialns, tlicnee  north GO elmln-i more or less to soutii fork  creek, thence v.-c-.t along creek to initial post,  containing 210 acre.-' more or lei.-i.  Alio cominoticins nt a post on tho I.ni'deau  wagon road on west bank of I.nrtiemi creek  about thro.'-quarter, of p. mils south of the  town ot Fer-jti'.oii, thence running wvst '^0  e-linim, thence north C'J chains, thcni'ii cmt Cu  chains mnn; or less to Lardeau creek, Iliunee  south following creek to initial noit i-ontniii-  ing icu I'.eres more or less; In till 11W0 acres.  Signed,  - DAVID I'Kl'.GUSON.  Fcrijii^on, B.U., January "Jl, 1WJ. 7-lS-bt  TRY OUIt   The fei-Lilizinjr power of this prepar-  iitiou is eliiri to it bi'inp; a wi*ll lialimccel  mixture eif sill tbe iiiL.rceIie;!iLs iifcosmu-y  fur tlm noiirishtiitiiit of cnllivntud  plants.  Try it anel prove for yonr-  st'If what a help il will be  to vein.  A BIG LIST OF THEU.  "A-'Fow. Newspapers Whose Names  Mr. Bostock Has Written in Gold  Politicians ami othi'i's ofle;n fe-ul lioiv  Intel it is to be elt'poiulont when tlie'y  want to Iilat about freietloin, monopo-  'lies_aiiil���������ulI~tlip~=ii.'~iiTil~(~lap-ti,Apr=JinVl~  tho editors of Mr. Bostotilt's papers are  often put in that fortunate position.  The Geilclen Era in in hysterica bt'causc  it is teilel "it is ono "nf the snbsitlizeil  organs of Mr. ��������� Uostock." This i.s a  slight mistake. Jlr. Bostock does not  sub.sitli.se his - organs. Tbey are nil  limited liability companies anil the  editors get salaries anel shares. .11',  however���������which is usually llio ease���������  the concerns run behind, more shares  are taken anil the; business is straightened out again. Who buys the shares,  Mr. Jjostoek ? Certainly not, but  some of his many friends who are  struggling liiirel to make a living.  Nothing like, au independent press.  Tho Victoria Times, Piovince, Kamloops .Sentinel,' Hevelsloke Mull,  Golden Era anil others nve ail journals  whose names Mv. Bostock has written  in golel. It is hei'.'iuse' everyone knows  this that thc journals of British  Columbia, while being far superior in  nearly every respect to those eif olher  provinces and slates, carry less weight.  ���������Kamloops Standard..  The Above cut Prices, of  Course, only  apply to CASH purchases.  C. B. Hume & Co.,  WHOLESALE    ANI>    RETAIL  GEiNEIl Ah MERCHANTS  JAS. McMAHON,'  QENERAL_ BLACKSMITH  Cutters, Sleighs, Buggies and Wagons  made.' or repaired.  Gene.'1'iil wooel woik a specialty.  LADIES* EMPORIUM  Tii'jm Ftnket. Centre.  OlijiOMtc Cowan Hlock.  Latest, Daiutiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods  in  town.  M. K, Lawson.  C. E. REID & GO.  To Let  Fur:ii������heel limine, three doors "������'t of  Imperial Hank, Five Rooms, Kite-hen, Tap nnd  and   Sink,  W<.od.._ied,  etc.  Apply at IIekai.ii ollice. 102-tf  Wanted  Practical Irishman with cai'ital Hhn will take  ' '     f  i-miill   Hotel  ."Te'hE lfKI'.AI.I'.  Active part in   management   of  s-mnll   Hotel  in lhc Nf.rlli Wt-t. Apply Ki:vi:i_s  Wanted  A po-ltion a* Hotel Mnnapcr and llnol.-  kcepr, ha������ hn.l good experience and can givo  irood refcrenc.".   Applv Hekald Oflic.  Strayed.  Stravi'd Into inv y.rei.ii^t's Hbr.-.it .isn. l*-l, one  I _ack " ir.r. di-v row. flWiier !������������������ riijU'sted lo  prr.*. ������������������  pr--t' r*!y.  pay  rxyen>ct ami   lake her  *''**" II. L. lOVLRIN-G,  _-t-.''.r,'l itn������t.  A Query  To the Editor of the-Mail.  The iri-iKAT.n woulel like to ask the  editor of the Mail a question iind woulel  be pleased lo have an answer in the  next issue of his paper. Does the:  editor of the Mail approve of the  appointment of II. N. Coursier lo the  position of golel e'oiiiinissionei? If so,  on what grounds eloes lie approve eif  thc appointment?  Some ol' This District's hlany Needs  Brought to Our Memher's Notice-  Mr. Bostock Er,eie?.vors to Outline  the Liberal Policy���������He Hopes We  May Have Another ?vlember Soon���������  and so Do     His Constituents  _ r,  Hewitt. Bosdock, M.P., was in town  on Monday Toi" the purpose of meeting  his coii-ilititciils prior tei al lending the  next session eii' tlie Dominion parliament some time next month, l'liring  tho evuniiigabfiut 130 people usseiiibletl  in Ihe opera house lo lay lK;l'ore Mr.  Bosleick the needs of this "di&lricl,  which are many.  The meeting was called tii order by  '"red lu-asei", whom*ted as chairiiiun.  Mr. Fraser said we meet here not as  Liberals or Conservatives, but ns Mr.  Bostock's ronslUiients, to talk over  the rcqiiireiiieiils of the_ district. Ife  the'ti iutrodiiocd Hewitt Bostoele, M.  P.  Mr. Bostoe-k said he desired lo make  a, few remarks :is> to the peilicy of tne  present government. Spoke in glowing terms of the new opera bouse.  Conservatives bad predicted failure,  but the "Liberal tariff policy" was  increasing commerce.���������(13. U. Atkins.  Ileal", hear). People of Canada have  i-eindtlcnt't: in Liberal government;  preferential traelu wilh Great Brilain  was ;i great benefit to us. Luui-ier hnel  done a good ele.al for Canada ni I lie  Queen's Diamond .itibile-e. jfeie a lot  of the u-iiiiil figures wore worked in on  cm- imports and exports. Taxation  decreasing, revenue inereaf-ing. "The  tariff policy i.s all right." repeatedly  assei'ied Mr. Bostoe.'k. Some Libei-ily  iviiiild like rlo see a chango .in. I he  tat'iiT. but we must consider Lbe business interests of llie counlry. The  oltl policy's results are geiod enough tti  leave alone, but bopeel, by degrees  duties would be. lowei-eil.  Mulock's postal s.elieino was ne.tL  elisenssed until all grew weary. Hoped  ilr. JMnloi:!-. could mako it stick.  franchise Act. * had . lienu repealed,  saved time, trouble and umn.y.  Uaiiiv.-iy policy.���������lie spoke, at .suine  length tm Crow's Ncsteli'iil,.but though  nothing new irpon'llu' siib.-j.cl, except  possibly that lhe O.P.B.. were iiaid a  subsidy to build and operate, it. He  I bought rates might be reduced.  The Corbin charter nntl railway  cemipetition in the Boundary country  American competition 'would lie a  good-thing  The Sibbald Investigation  VlCTOltlA, .Inn. 23.���������(Special )���������  Eherts" motion for the* return of the  coi-respotiilene-e relating to Sibbalells  dismissal canie up , today. Kellie  objected on the ground that, the mass  meeting was no m.i'-.s meeting, but,  ultimately the motion was carrie'd nnel  the corrti&pontlentu will In brought  elown.  I'be   c.-Lalili-IinH-nl  of  appiovt-il oT l>y Mi-: is. Ll  and 11. A. I!i own in   lln-  B. C.  lli'i'i'Mr. Ne-tlle lmbb"i| up M-i-enely  nnd .-i--.Iv.-cl -, hat tlie r.ile of ������.'iftis lie  raisi'd nn the rivi-r bank. Jlr. Bo.-tock  i I'plii'.l llint a-. lbe lloiiiinion geivern-  inent hnd nothing lo elo with the  work it was beyond his jm-iielii lion.  A let.ti'i" wa-, present eii and tend  from 1'. H. Pi'U'1-.on anxiously en-  e|iiiiiug for lhe eleed-. to his property.  The hon. member priuni.-eil In look  for I hem (on his way to Ottawa).  Mr. Si.impel' asked fur a centi.il  posioflice. Mr. Bostock said that .i-*  soon ni bhe; peoplo wan tee's a central  [lost ollice they eoulel h.-ivi-it.  .Mr. Bostock promised lo do it fill- ���������  if be i onlil.  A vote ot I hanks was then tender.*.!  nnd a half dozen of the faithful  remained to '-get it lixe'eV u-itli the  honorable iiienilier for Lhe first and  last lime in this liding. _>  i  ���������t."_I������! trout lake protests  iliteri'.sl-   e-.l '  BAKHF.R YEAT^FOn !^!HiNQ  A Great Amount of Money New Ready  for Investment  This will undoubtedly lie a banner  year for minim.. The great nccuuui-  lalion of leady casii in the money  centers now looking for-investment is  seiuicLhing stai-lling. All tlie bonds,  warrants anel oilier securities oil'eied  are greatly sought after at astonishingly low nitcs of interest. The r.-iil-  roails, owing to exces'*ive high selling  prices, do not pay Lo exceed three per  cent, anel a great majority of them  much less. Tims it' will be seen Lhat  olher outlets inust be found. .Mining  seams Lo be the only channel ieft to  invest in. Xho.-e who a few years ago  woultl throw up their hands in holy  horror ut the ni'Te men'inn of investing in mining and slocks, evielently  have changed their minds, and have  come, to the conclusion that mining  oll-'ers better returns today than any  other in vestment which money can be  placed. Montana is nob utlracdnz the  rabble 'just now, but it can safely be  salel that- it large proportion of lhe  money - invested iii f mining ventures  here proves very profila!'!''.���������Wuaiern  Mining World, Butte, Mont.  AGAINST      THE     OUTRAGEOUS  DISMISSAL OF J. D. S13BALD  Dovelejpnient of Yukon.���������Administration iu this di.'-trict was able and  beyond . repute. Only disappointed  Americans and others weie." making a  j'O.ir, bub no specific charges were  being ninde.  Mr. Bostock then asked fur any  queslions touching upon this district's  welfare lo be lirought np.  Mr. Brewster was called upon and  spoke I'liriieslly of the iiOces--ily for  the improvement of the Cohimiiia  river ubove Beveleloke. The Big B"iul  was now coining* lo the front and  Iriiii-porliition' facilities had lice.imi'  a vexed problem. A - company was  now organized to pul on si earner.-,  but the improvement must llrst be  made. . Thc immense development in  the- Big Bent! anel the lartre amount nf  capital alfeaely exp"ndcel ib-manileil  improved Iriinsporlalinn. Hi' pleaeled  thai Mr. Bostock iim' his iiilluence to  get this work carried out. ' (Loud  upplaiHc).  Mr. Boslock: '��������� What do tho people  wish thu government to do?"  Mr. Brewster: '"To hnve an engineer e'Xamine lhe river and conditions  and do wind ever is reepiired to make  the river navigable.  Mr. Haig spoke upon lhe Railway  Hill question. )'"or -10 miles on eai'li.  side of the railway thu bind belonge'd  to the Dominion government. It was  a grievance', lei mine-i'S ami r.-nli hers.  Si", an acio had to be paid Ihe Doinin-  ion government, whether the land in  iiui'stion was taken up ns a mineral  claim or ranch land. Asked lhat our  iiii'inhur eneleavor to have the piovin-  cial goveriiinent take over and handle  llie railway belt. A>ked about  squattei's claims.  Ri'firi.'-*t'nt:ition���������Mr. Nellie' here  got, in his usual '-bill. Kirs." "me-  thinks," "when'a.." remarks, holdint!  (lie awe-slrii-Uen audii-iic; at some  length willi a lot of figures pel t.iiniir-!  to the ciiciimferi'iici! anil r.ulius nf the  planets .lupiter nnd Mars. Bo-toi k*s  e'oiiilitiii'iicy nnd olher lliimrs loo  niuiie'ioiis io menlion. A demand  was in.ide for nno'liei" tin'inber fur the  Knoteiinys. and the 1Ii-:i:ai.i> <lo."*n"t  blaine Mi*. Nultlc one', bit, it is a jusl  de if land. ^  The Big Bend mail service ivn"  brought to our m'-mberS notice by  John At'ichnnn-of!.  The Latest Martin Sensation  As a.i'esult of the opposition convention at Victoria on Friday night  last, there was a sensational row on  Saturday between attorney-general  Martin and- Price, F.lliso'n. oppo-ition  niei'nbei" foi" Hast Yale. At the e-o;i-  venlion Ellison described Martin .**.-������������������ ;i  carpetbaggt!!' from Manitoba, and  Martin met Ellison in one of Lhe  lobbies of the parliament; building and  asked hiin if the report of his remarks  was correctly niaele in the " morning  paper.  '"Yes," said Ellison.  "Well, you're a liar.'' reared Maitin.'  "Conie over ITere till~yoir_ITeai' nie-  talk to him," cilleel the aliiuiiey-  general to Kellie of Kevelstoke and a  small group of members!1 Then Martin  proceetled to peK-.r out a volume uf  weu'ds that aie usually marked by  blanks in a newspaper. "Call me a  cm pet.li.'igge."."," lie yelled. "\Vell. I  can pay my debts and you can nol,"'  "Vou lie," retorted Ellison, who is a  rich rnncliei'nud a mnn considerably  ovei' middle ng.-1. Ellfcor. 'kept hi������  temper, whilo Mni tin U-i't the-place  e'.illing abusii-i! epithets over hi-  shoulder, ll. is likely lliii' will not. bribe end of the matte'.'.  HO   REASON   GAH   BF   Q!Vf.H  Noah   Abraham-on   Nearly   Lo-eis    His.  Eyesight���������The Sawmill Started Up���������;  Mining   and   Railway   Operations    in .  Contemplation ��������� Good    Ice   on     the .  Northeast     Arm��������� Interesting-    Items  Clip-jed f'o.n the Topic  A public meeting was helel  to  enter.'  a protest against tho dismissal ofj. D.  Sibbald from  the office of gold  com- .  ini.-.-ionei' of the  Revelstoke district. .���������  A series of resolutions were drawn up .  and forwaided to the premier and Mr. ���������  Kt'llie.     They asked, in substance, for..- .  a parliamentary investigation to clear >  Mi". Sibb-ild's  name   from   any   stair,  wliich   lhe   summary  manner eif his  di~.iiiis-.-~nl   iniuhL  cause lo rest, nu   it- -  Also Ibey warmly  liefc.neled   Mr.   Sib- .  bald's administration -ind expressed   ������, ,  regret that ii  man  so  capable  shoulel  be dismissed, from the public service.     ..  On Sunei.ty. January 1st. born to  the wife of Frank T. Abey. a son. ������������������ i  Hugh McPherson and Neil  Svvinton  have recommenced   work   on  the St.  Elmo.    Hugh says that  the  next two  months will see  them  busily engaged   ,  on this pioperty.  Rumor has it that work will be com-*  meiiced some  time,  in  March on  t.he  ,  branch   railroad   between Arrowhead-  and I lip: head rif Kootenay Like.   ���������  Tiie ice on the east arm of the Upper ;  Arrow Lake for the past few days has  been   solid   enough   to   support    the..,  weight ol a   team  of. horses   trottiug. '  across it. * ......  Billy Ogilvie, ,i   conductor   on   the  ,  Arrowhead brunch, has a good  galena   ,  property situated on one of the creeks ..,  near     the     Wigwam,  .-lie   purposes  having driven on it in the near  future,  about 70'feot of .mii.el.  Nat Lay and Dan McLennan are-  bu.ily engaged getting in nexi season's  -supply of ice. - ���������   .      .  Revelstoke is in about as bail a fix as   .  the aucieiiL Britons were   and  could   '  -iiy:    Incorporation  drives us to  the  river  bank   and   the - river   bank   by-  caving away drives us back  to  incorporation.-  Chailes Johnson and E. M. Morgan  have gone to join lhe staff of mineis  now working on'1 the Silver Cup. ,  - On  Monday  next  the   snwiiiill will  commence e:iitli"ig lumber.  A couple   ut"  days  ago  Noah   A'orn-  h.inisei.:   bad  a   navtow  escape    from  !o.-i:tg his eyesight,   the  result  of an   ,  explei-ion eif a quiiiuiby'of babbit mutnl  ..'���������-l.i.-U he,wis pouring -into  a   part - of-  ihe sawmill machinery.  At the next iiieeting"of the firemen  a new chief will have to be elected in  the place of No.ih Abrahamson, who-  hits ^resigned. Noah has faithfully  done his eluty while filling the position,  of chie-r of the fire brigade, and we are  all sorry lo see bim vacate the post  which he lias held for the past year.  Dpn.'ijip!*"  HI.  RIGHT0  J. K.  mtii-  Re-vclstokei Street Car Co.  Mr. fii-o. Le.wis. formerly wilh  Mull & Co. Inl- tiik'.'ii over the  ngi'inent of the Ki'vel-tnke .Stre'i't Car  f.'o. and will conduct it in a busiiit'.*"-.  like manner in the future." Time cards  have been printed anil posted up in  conspicuous place's around town  giving the arrival nud ilep.iilure from  the Victoria hotel. Front street, anel  the C.P.R. depot. Thi car will run  between the two points nieiitioned  above every hour of the day from 0  o'clock , iei tl.e inoruins; until !)::>0  eiYIne'l: in the evening. It is the in-  teiilinn of the manage!' to see to it  thnt the car is run strictly on schedule  Resolutions  0  .i-  Rossland  Aeloptcd  -at  Convention  Bos.-"!.A>*i). Jan. 21.���������The following  re'-iiliilion . were adopted at a preliminary iiieif-ting of " The Provincial  Rights Association" held here:  Be it ic.-olved by the Piovinci.il  Right-*- A-~-oe-i;-.tion of British Columbia in preliminary organization ns-  "���������-embled. That the legislation recently  enaetel by tbo logislnfnre of Uritish  Columbia in connection with the  "���������eating of Messrs. Deane and Prentice  is most inf.imoiisanel unconstitutional,  and that this logi.l.-ilion i_ tlio logical  result of tbe arbitral}- and un warranted abuse of Urn prerogative in August,  IROS. by Thomas Tl. Mclnnes. Lieut.-  .Oiivci-noi' of the province.'.aiid lhat this  series of outrages on the rights und  privilege? of the people is chiefly due  time, ami  he will   Solicit the support   u, die said Thomas  R.   Mcjniies,  and  of the citizens in that conu.wlion. This j ulilt j.������������������,.s ;,l. Martin, member for tho  service will   be a   great   boon   to  the | tiding f)f Ro<-sl.-uul, in voting for this  busi'iess men of  li.e   town   who   will j infamous   legislation   is  deserving   of  appi-e-ciali!    lhe  clfoiL-  of Mr.    r>'wi������ j |]1(. severest  censure and  coodemna-  ;ind so long a-. In- gives them a  si", vi'i' j Hon. '  | lhal can '��������������� depend-el  on.,  tliedr  -up-}     Kesolvcd: That the able and fearless  j port  | lhis  | s.-iiiifacloiily as il .should have been ~ f;,il;,:ribiii as conducted in the columns  Unil the public ei.nld not. eieper.'l on it.] (Jf ;j.L. Victoria Colonist is deserving  j llinvi-wi. in the new e.nlei- of things! j n| ;h(> \vnrtiv_-st thanks of this associ-  I Mr. 1.1'v.is as-ur.'s is-llint nothing hut ! nlinn and of the unqualified npprcci-  I scti".l'ili* itmein fntini* go.'- and the '' ation of all lons-tituliotialists of-every  ! Hi.i: h.u hnpei. tlmt, he will i"ic-;'.i! I clltnt- and nation, nnd that 'thu secre-  ! .-.ullii-ii'iit, s'.ippoi t to make it an object! taiy do tr.n-smit a copy of this  ! t e. 'k-:i:ji th-* ssrvice: run with ". good' do- j iviolut iem to t he editor of the Colonist-  j pei' ef ;eg',ilarity. j-*.t Victoria. B-C.  will   b.'  e.-slenili'il.     In  the past J ,i,.fence   of   the   e onstituliomil  rights  av si-i-viee  has  not  bee-n  nm  a"-! :..nt: liberties of llys  people  of British  /     *  !______������ .vjtjuear'As.wzr-W maw*"  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In Interests o  R-reWoko,  Lardeau,  Big Eend, Tio*u I ak..<  111. cillew^ei, Albert Canyon,   .criliui  Ha__ and EaRle i*������ss bljirlma.  A  JOHNSON Proprietor.  A S-iul-W. ekly Journal, published In the  in-cre-i- o( He.elfloke and lhe currounding  district, Wednesdays and naturdo.:-, inukmg  ;loecst connections with all taina  Adverrisinje Ra.l-5 : Oi������p s.y ud\ al oO per  column i.ich.t"2.l~3 per inch ������"h.:niti3--rt aim .llio  page. Legal a-:s. 10c p r (coi.pareilj naefor  ant in-ern. n : sc for ea-.h ailditioi.il l'.bellion.  Reading notices, 15c per line e_ol*. i_a-C. lli^n.  ���������Aarrtase and Death uoiiceB. freo.  Subscription 11a!._:<_: Hy mail or rr.rrli-r ?2 ������'  {uuann'in*. ;   jl.'o for six  months, htrrjily in  Our Job IH-osrim.'n".: Iim IUK/.I." Job  Oapartment U on* of lhe heal equipped  priming onl.-eie in Wesi Koottnoy, i-nd ih pti-  pared to execute >-ll kinds of piii.tii.,. In ll~;1  class -tyle at horn -t prices One price lo ������!���������;  Nojoniuolo ve��������� none t-,o e-mail ���������ferns, -din  orders promptly attended to. Give ut r. irmi  on rourne _in.d r. . ,  ToCeirrrspon.le.'nt.a: Weini c..rrc.p."nd;  enc. on any _��������� iityect of in', r.-sl vo llio ...I'-erai  public, and desire a r.'lUb- re._iil.it" currr-.-  poiidsnt    in     every     l.__-i'i oiirroune.inu  BeveUioke. In ftllcis'-s ihe bo.'i'i lid.. 1.11*11-  of thi: wriier iniibtaceonuany iuii.use.ript. out  t.o*. Docc-sarily feir pul'lie-'uio-i.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko, 3 . C  NOTICE TO COSRSSPjiJDEHiS.  PROPOSED SETTLERS  1. All correapo-idf-nce inust bo Icsihlj  Written on one tide of tn^ paper only.  1. Correspondence coiitanni'S: personal  rotrrmiiit be sinned with 11.3 pe pur iiiiu.e  ti the writir. . ,        , ,     ���������,,,.  t. orrwpondence with reference to onj  thine '.hit has appeared In aiiolluir piner  muot flrot be oilere-i for publication to i.mi  pap^r before it car, appear in Thk ll-itAi.i).  WEDNESDAY.    JANUARY  1-SOD  ��������� Nelson Miner: "The Winnipeg  "Free Press, organ 01" the Manitoba  government, with an eastern string on  it. published Mr. Fisher's report (on  the Hudson's Bay route) almost in  full, and with a tremendous display  that must have been exceedingly gratifying to the author of ii. This was  to please eastern interests. But ii tlitl  not please Manitoba, which has opinions 01* its own as to the navigability  of the Hudson's Bay rule: and the  government became alarmed, tlio  Frfee Press now turns about and repudiates Mr. Fisher anil till his works.  To be thrown over by the government  which appointed liini, and have, it  advertised by its own organ, is hard  indeed.''  For collossal absurdity commend  ..us to the following sample from the  editorial columns ot the Free Press:  ���������"with the change of government nil  this has changed, and tineicr Uie Liberals, who are said to have 110 capacity for governing, failures have large-;  ly decreased, iiiii:.igi"<:tion has been  stimulated, trade has made enormous  advances, and instead of disappointment and depression, the year 1S9S  was one of gratification mvl buoyant  business," The Liberals arc entitled  to no more credit for the improvement  In business than for the line weather  Alberta is being blessed with.  C. W*. Sutter, Dominion immigration  agent at Edmonton, has gone on a  trip 10 Manchester, Indiana, where  he will visit a i-olony of Diinkitrds  settled there with a view to inducing  them to settle in Canada. These  Dunkards are very wealthy, but the  land on which thoy are now settled  is getting too limlied in exienL lo  accommodate their rapidly increasing numbers, and they are, therefore,  contemplating moving to some other  place, where more land can be easily  obtained.  The Galicians at Eelim, are, according lo Mr. Sutter in a prosperous condition, especially those who have been  lliere for five years. They are offered  inducements for a German man to  build flour anil saw nuns ac ICelna.  the Gorman has accepted lhc offer  and both mills will be running next  spring. The bonus given is 25,000  bushels of wl'.eat. The Doukhobors  will ,in Mr. Sutter's opinion, Jjo as  desirable settlers as the Mcnnoniies  have proved to bo. Ho spent in clays  iii travelling about with the Douk 10-  bor delegates, now in .Manitoba, and  has a very high opinion of their intelligence.  During the present year "Micro is  expected to be a largo flow of settlors  to the Edmonton district from .Michigan, Minnesota and the Dakolus.  Large numbers of fanners in "Wisconsin and Illinois have also signified  their intention of moving to the Canadian   North   West.  Thc gold boom at Edmonton has  noi collapsed by any means, anel only  a short Lime since Ma-. Snl toi" received  a letter from the promoters of a larga  Chicago company, which stated that  during the coming summer the company intended sending out a largo  expedition to engage in dredging on  the Peace and Smoky livers. LasL  season there was citiite a considerable amount of dredging done on the  Saskatchewan, with uniformly satisfactory results. A large otisttirn K*j,n-  pnny. with which Chevalier Drolet  i'- prominently connected, lias built  whnl will probably prove lo bo lbe  mi., complete and elaborate dredge  ever r&e.'l for recovering gold from  river beds. This dredge was completed loo lute to do any work last  fall, hul U expected lo produce some  !-cn_ .-Uii*i~:il results when it is set to  work   ne:-.t season.  KA5SER WILLIE  '���������This same commanding general.  Nelson A. Milii's." said U. S. General  Egan the other elay, "is a liar who  has perpetrated a cross scandal and  should be drummed out ofthe servico,  avoided by every honest man, anel  barred by every club." To be a general' in the American army is 110c necessarily to be a gentleman.  London. January IS.���������Dr. I'errai",  at a dinner of lho Junior Cariton club  last night mndo a statement in his  speech Lhat tbo German emperor  while talking to hiin in Palestine,  when ;i conflicL between Great Britain  nnel France seemed impending, said:  "The struggle would not last move  than five or six days, as v.l LhaL time  Toulon, Brest and Cherbourg would  be in llnmcs and tho French lleet  woulel  be  exterminated."  The city of Hamilton, Ohio.owns  its own gas. water, and electric plants.  They cost $.00,000. Rates for water  ind light in Hamilton are claimed to  be cheaper than anywhere else in tho  United States and yet the waterporlcs  vield a net profit of from $12,000 to  S1S.000.  - Now���������iiie���������__-7*_-.7^_-fr.���������pap*--rs���������i-tr-o���������*���������a. -c.-  Bourinot for exprfssiner his opinion  on Senate reform. If there is a constitutional authority in Canada it is  Bcurinot. His opinions shoulel oe  welcomed.  Tom Sharkey anil Tom Ryan will  box six rouiicls before thc Monarch  Athletic club, of Syracuse on   Fob.  i.  The Vancouver Board of trade has  asked the 11. C. government to devote  $50,000 towards a milling exhibit al  ihe Paris Exposition.  The iirsi gold brick from the l'a-  e-ilic coast mine., is to hand. The  ���������brick is fronf tiie Dorothy Morton  !and   is  valued   nt ?3,000.  "The Czar of Russia Is in favor of  universal disarmament and so am 1.  Thero ought to be no elifliculty about  the rest of lhe world."���������Mark Twain.  There was almost a murder in Nelson  on  Friday,  when Joseph  Corwin,  a   bar   lender,   was  viciously  knocked  in   the   head   and   kicked   ito   insensibility   by   an   unknown   enemy.  I    Owing   to   extreme   cold   in   British  I Columbia.   Kootenay   lake   is   frozen  , over for the first time in the memory  of the oldest inhabitant.    Transportation   has   been   seriously   impeded.  A gentleman who polled just 21  -\*otes~iu���������a���������t-ui'ere���������.iriiK.ed^-race���������tor���������"_!"-  Guelph mayoralty was careful to explain that he did not consider rh ��������� re- j  suit a defeat. The goulleira*''. .b.ish I  displays some points of res ��������� ��������� . 1 ip.ee j  to a victory of the severely m<*: :   type. \  get  foet wet and tako cold give them  a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot  drink, a doso of Aycr's Cherry  Pectoral, und put them to bed.  The chances are lhey will be  nil right in thc morning. Continue thc Cherry Pectoral a few  days, until all cough has disappeared.  Old coughs are also cured;  wo mean the coughs of bronchitis, weak throats and irritable  lungs. Even the hard coughs  of consumption arc always  made easy and frequently cured  by the continued use of  Every doctor knows that wild  cherry bark is the best remedy  known to medical science for  soothing and healing inflamed  throats and lungs.  Put dwa of  er's  .feerry  Pectoral  Plasters  ������$"������&** 3?���������23s'b* iemsgs  F&st Besf Sffadlcat  /ielt'icc P.'oo/  Wo now hnvt; rfomo of tho most eminent pliv_el.ms in tlie United States.  Uimsiin-niiiii.riiuiltici" am* lonuexperl-  c;u-i. cmlu.-litlj 111 tliom for giving you  mi'illi-il nilvlcn. Wrllo lreely ull llio  pnrtlnuUiiM in v������iur case.  Address, Dr. .1. C. ATEP..  11  TEXT:  J:uui'_ v..io.*2ij.  lAn tmeellent  Sermon  D: "ivereel before il.t* Orange  L-i.lgi*. No. 1058, at iluvetau.ke,  B C in the Me'lhodlsl, church  on Sundiv. n,liming Nov. Oil),  ISIS, Ly it. v. S. ,1. "l.oiiipson,  in a i-.i-.i'ly piiiiti'd lll-pagi;  pciiiphl -t.  Tin:.' a i" m iee li'iel i'acls  ard v.iu ib'... information in  ill's Hill' b.te.k-.'t than you  cm ii.'ingiiii: until yen have  . leid i . - It's iM.rih .1 dcllar iiii s Wt>! ill a i ..,.e.  M i".led Lo any pdilress for -Ti  l'l'!l!f .  R] P.  PErTIi'IECE, Revolstokc, B.C  Ro-.j-.!?J*  :.?,.. ^ 1 *i -  ������\ ��������� -��������� r*. ������ 1  l:\kj   ___. iluOrv.  '1SD7-93  '" *_ _-- "- #~>  tor l&b'u  Nov.* i.. Ccnrse of Preparation  il vr." :������������������',.    "' ..     ;ii .n'i,: |.< r. m; i!..        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It,  ;i '  Tt }������ AXGEhUS ORCHESTRAL  'J'ho b(;nuty-ciL i li  you give: ex|>ic-_-ii-"iii te:  THF, SYMPli )NV  'J'ho bunuty-r>t' i liis instrument is i hat it simply iin  you give: cx|iie-:-ii-i!i In Iiie iiiu-ie: nccoreling to yrmr M-!  ."'11 i Iif i:.\*e I'lvti.in. ni'tl  i'fi  f-���������'.*}  "a���������  iii  iit  Hi  iii  Is tin organ whicli can lio pinyeil in tlm  I'oiiel cit" iiMi-it: but w In. c.'iiiiuir.   pl.'iy   fi   notu  e.i:   . h  menus nl' the-u two inst i liiiici.t-i  pinyeil in tlm   ������������������.���������uii'i >".'.iv, ".nrl   llio   :u.:ii   wlio  is   J'j,^  ii -.ii", t'liu by    ������������������������'  f.'igun   oi"   i  Play Anylbin**: From Oratorio Lo .Comic Son  m  " m  /?\  Wo tiru tliu-"Cilt* ngi'ii'-i for the's-e  in-! titm.-iits   Imis- -.%-'������  n!-..  e-mrva   ong.! ���������" ���������  st..fi.- e.f tin- c.-it._)i"ut.'(i  a-:humid uiciNT/iMA.vi'i.iyos.   /:/,/;/;/���������;/;. ,t fc\  VON J'/A XOS. nnel iiii-.n- liv several eitlicr W'l'll kimWi.   i-i,'ils'(-i -. *."i .*  ORGANS of nil kinds, l'rii-s ln-ti timent.-j, 15 tn.jew. fini." ,i-. ;i'ul  Mai.-'bilms fii.\  iiieliiiling t he le.iiieiii- Wa-hljuni I ii'-t riinionl".      Ail' ������*li:> s-p"-.   fli.-.mi:ii!u': ���������������������������-   ���������in;! .'���������'.  rccoiil-*. (Jniiilieipliriiie.-anil ice'iiiil-:. Violins    .\f:ce>!'i!i'''!!S    i'i J'M,'.    e:\civtiiiiig ������'yf\  i'rrjm a I'lnnei to a Ji'iv-hirp,   iSong t'oli;)-!, yii'set mit''<~. I'I .".., I'.te". ,'i.  WRITE TO US                          T^������_   _       T-H- -i.    __.       7i Y,i ., .. ^-. 1 ���������     f* _ ri$\  AT ONCE  TEMPEST & SMITH,  The Alb<?rta (Yiusk Co. |-  Calgary,    Aib.ria,  'j&A*.^. **.0*. f&. ts*. f?S. ft*1 ��������� <** .&*>.n=i>. to*.ex*. fi*. eat. ex*��������� *& ��������� ���������&-*&���������������������������&*��������� f^���������<?������' tg*��������� ?2i-0&  -^t?N^ gL.'. fi^ SJ- ������^ 4^ <K>r d&rr *Sf������r r������T*r &������w 'ABar -������^, &)}*, CT>- fO^r ^gt" fpjr ������%���������*, g-Jfc^ *JT>- '������>- <!t.__^- ~������Pa ��������� T  'Ss "sr* ������T* ST* ������r* ������r* ������r* ^. ��������� ,������������k ��������� "������=������ ��������� ^^ ��������� ^������. ��������� *������u ��������� ^e������. * ^, ��������� *������!������ ��������� ,������t. ��������� ^j������. ��������� ^������. ��������� ^^^ ���������*!-.��������� >������ ��������� ^������������.. ��������� pe  t Leon  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health QiviDg Properties.  Both Hotels Op^q for the Winter  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Koolenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection willi tlio Steamers  and the Springs.  Cood Accommodation both  at   the   Springs   and at  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.        J?ates  $1.25 per day.  Proprietor.  ^ncorporaled 1370)  ���������or Ibadies OnljJ S  For onu week, beginning on Monday, the 23rd.  tho Hnd-on's 13:iy Stores will hold a Special Clearance Sale of  " |ADIES' AND CHILDREN'S  1���������r    JACKETS AND ULSTERS  -Jita.i.ri iJlt__tied._ii.t_f? f 1 _n ?ii p eSi  25-per""cerit o  T a lies* Mi Hon .1 mkets, fnrmei- price $5.00.. .-   Now $3  I. dies' Frieze i;icit li Jacke's. fcrmer pr'c i $7..j0  Now    5  I>.idi>.'b'lieavcr Cloth .I.icik(*ts, T rmer price $3  Now    6  Luii���������'(.���������' Bk-.ivi r Clui h Jacket-, Fancy, fnrnier pi ice. $12 Now 9  l.-iiii.h' risteih in Heavy Mixluies, former price $10.. Now 7  Iriiiiie-a' C:.-tfrs in Heavy Mix! ures, f,. rmer pi-i e SR... Now    6  Children'-  Cunts nntl   Ul-tei"-" will be offered at.  the -Mine leiiuceil rule-.  .Ma.vtii: (.'i.frni.-r.���������To clear otic  we are giving  big value; ior little money.  A Heai y Cloaking for Children nt 7oc, loi'ine.r prico "-il.  Heavy i-'iii/. -Cloli). He it her Mixtures, at $1.13, former price $1.  i.i'.ivei" (1   lbe in nil shades at $1-13, former price SI..10.  Kuler iJo'.vn ("nuking a", 3-lc, former* price,1.1c.  50.  ������^*������s  The Hudson's Bay Company,      g  CALGARY. g  Ask-  To fiave one of our $4.00  Wedding Rings sent to your  address.  At tlie same time order an  Alarm (lock, It only costs you  99 Cents.  L. fi Doll'  <%/*.  (algifs jeweller nnd Optician.  ammmmmmmmmmmfnmmmmmmmmtmmmmjs  I   THE MOLSONS BANK   1  8_  fl_h-  IxconroRATisD ny Act ok Paiii.ia.mbnt, 1S55.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  =3  TTSt  ii-^ PAID OP CAPITAL,  S_ REST FUND  - - -      $2,000,000 ~a  $1,500,000 ^3  S: DIKECTOHS:   Wm. Molson Mai-I'IIKIisun, Prciiiliiil;  H.  II. Ewinii, Vlcu-Proaielcnt; TZ&  ^- XX'. Jl. Kamsay, Sajiuki, Kim.kv, IIi-niiv Aiiciiiiialii, J. I'. Cliiciiohn, z������  ^^ II. ..lAHKI.A.'.ll Mlll.SUX. ^3  ^��������� F. Woki'kiitii.n Thomas, Quiici-iiI .Miina^er. ^S  fc     A general banking business trunsacted,     Interest allowed at currMit ^S  ������ rixlcs- J. D. MOLSON, 2  S^ M.iNAeneii, I!i:vi:i.stokh, IJ. C.     ^S  ?.ii^iii4A4iy^UiUiii-i^ii-iAiUii^Uiiiii4U4^iUia^w_ii.iii^  THE JKLNKNe  EXCHJ1JJSE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE.-  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  The bar is Eu~:plied with che best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  el. V, PEEK.S, JVVanagep.  (SDS LIDJMD Proppietop  F. MeGmV?  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in..  PRIJVIE BEEF, PORK.  /AUnW J1ND SJIU)Sjq@.E  lush   and   Came   in    Season.        Markets   at   KevelsU'ke,  .Revelstoke Station, _Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  Columbia Ho use���������-^-  The   largest hotel   in   town. Centrally     ifu'.Ued  Olioico    Wines, ��������� Liquors   and   Cigars  Best     accommodation. Kates    SI      jii     Say  Brown & Poo], Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  I   _ PBJTfo^FS       1"Wo     '���������"���������lishe..|     -vilh  SB        eN fi n   I   R* ^       lhe choijii-u the iiniket  % Sm     _ S -i-s?   8   Era^    nlTni'il'-.      Best    W'inoa  it  it  ��������� ._-     .. ..ioa  T ,.  , , Liijuor-i     nm)       Oiuars  Large  light bee)  i-oonis,     Kates   #1.00 a day.     Moiiil.ily ran..   '  ' ' ���������'. ALBEKT STONE, LVoj,."ie".r.  THE PIONEER LIVERY���������,*.-  Feed and Galo Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lalre Bia  Saddle    and     .P.ivle     Horses  always for hire.  Freighting   an     Teambig   a,  specially. '  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's  Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write  CHAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lanimno.  ^fcrf^   &as_  To secure one of thoso de-drnlile lots  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont    wait    till    tho   boom   comes  otii' way, but BUY NOW.  HA!G-S-0RA?aB  Sole Agents.  CHURCH EIRECTOKV.  MMIOniKT CHUKGll ��������� Bcviilatok...  Pruucliing tj.'rvici-ii at. 11 ei.iu. ami 7:!>0  p.m. e'lues inuctlii--' nl rlio tiloiio eif the  liioniinK sorvieo. i-uHutli "ohool unil Dlblu  (Jltisa nt i!::m ti.ro. W.plcly puiycr mcutiiif.  ovcry WrilncR.lnj eve-inn; nt 7:!!l> p.m. Tho  publiuure n.iriliu.',!y inviti-il.   Heiit3 free.  UKV. H.'j. THOMPSON,  "'alitor.  f-HlIHClf OS* ENiil.AND-St. 1'i-ler'H  x^t Itevol .Inko Houri of Forvlew: KvciiIiik  prnycr eluily nt fl oVIiii;-; Fiiiloya ut 7:110.  "unilay- nr.il FortiviilB! Holy Ceniiiiiiiiilon at,  a.m.. men injt piiiyiii' nt lt. Sunday School  nml Bllile lllu -h at '_:H:l, isvoi inn pruyi r nt 7:30.  Firal Siitiilayin tho inoiitli Holy Coiiiiiiuiilon  nt tiiuriijii^ H'irv.,.,..H.  FUANK A. VOUD, Vicur.  pitESllYTKUIAN OflUBCJI���������RoycUtoko.  ������������������������ Horvleo every Sunduy nt 11 ii.m. unil 7:.'I0  p.m. Hiiro elms ut 2:."!l) p.m., to which  nil nro wi'leioiim. 1'layer ivceliiiB at 8 p.m,  every Woilnuii 1I117.           KKV. T. -IK.N/.IES. PnHtor.  [���������OMAN OA'I'Hfll.IO nitljrtCII ���������Uevc-1  1N- Htol-.11. Til ihh Hiv-l unil third Humlnys in  iiiunth at LO:!!0 u ir>.  KKV. KATJJKr* TltAYEU.  CAIjVATION AII.M Y-.M..elinKS every ni|_ht  ^.^   in tho'r lm I tin I'Yout rt.ri'ft  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1G58.  Ifi'ifiilnr uii'i'liiiKS nre lielel in the  (iiliir.'ll .H'.t Hull .111 tlietliirtl Krlelay  or oii.-li 111.mill ,it 7.:ii) 11.1111. VIalllii(j  lii'i'lhri'ii i-.iiill.-illv Invlti'il.  XV. (1. llinil'v. W.M.: JI. I'. I'l'tll-  Kci'. Sec: \ir. T. ,Kf|'������, j.-iu. Sec ; Thus.  i.l.'i-.  Steeil, 'rr.-iiiiin-r  Court   Mt.   Begbic,  I.O.F.,No. 3461.  .McetB in Iho Oild-  fel'owu' Hall on the  _nil unci Ith Friday- of  each month. Visiting  b������*othrcn Invited to  ultcnrt.  .1   B. Scott. C. It  J. !_,. Hiiilih. lt  H.  F{ev8lstol{e  Hospital  Maternity Kootii i.i connection.  Vaccine    kept    on    hand.           l!   .  Ors.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  What Do You -if  Want in Shoes ���������  If j-oii v.-ii.t a Kiiod Uliiiiv..' Shoo como  II.   .1.-IIKIIIS.  . 1.r,5'," viunl " K"1 -I'i*-e-,.i"tora'Shoo como  lo 11  .Jenkms.  SI10uH.mil liiirnesa re'i ili< rl 011 lho phor'npt  iiolii'.... Ail lin-H of wuik ki-i-t in otit'lt  al pilci'lto HUil ll'l.  D JENKINS     ,  First St--rut. nee block fimi, lho IniP-rlnl  hunk or Ciiimdn.   KiivuI-i'oI.l- Smtii tt. II.  t!.  TkQ Vepnon Soda  Watep Work,s  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR,  Miiniif-ict'*'-- offi'-tl.t Writer. 3Iii(ror  Aio, WarBRpiilla uuei all Soft Drinks.  A full mipplv kept In stock at Me-  l-.arry s Culel &tora)_o, whero orders  cm beloft. Kli0-8w-tf  L. "JI. FRETZ  Contractor* and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Qu  cod  Tec-as Oasl-  HEVELSTOl^E  IRON WORKS..  X5-nckfl~ti-it3_5.ii.__r. "obbine  Pluzabing-.   Pipe Fitting  Ti-ossjLithm?  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  F^inii]g Work a Specialty-���������.aa  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  X, till  REMNANTS    SIGHTED    ON    AN  ICE FLOE IN NORTH SEA  COLUMBUS LANDS IN  SPAIN  Catholic   Mission   Raided   in   China ���������  C. M. Depew Elected United States  Senator���������Franco-German  A lliance���������  Agrarian Revolt in Hungaty  Stockholm,   January   IS.���������A   mass  of ropes and debris, supposed  to    be  AndrGe's balloon, has been sighted on  an ice How   in the North Sea.  ON   WAR   FOOTING  London, January IS.���������The    Knglish  fleet off Portsmouth will'be maintained  on  a  war  footing until   European  aftairs iniiot down.  ' CAN'T  KEEP  A  GOOD  MAN   DOWN  Cadiz, January IS.���������The remains at  Christopher   Columbus    havo   ari'ivsel  here from Havana, being received with  great honor and laid for ihe nones in  the cathedral.  CATHOLIC MISSION* RAIDED  . Shanghai, January 17.���������The Ctitlio.lii:  mission at Szceltl-Chuam was raided  yesterelay by fanatics. No lives wor**  lost, although the fanatics displayed  much violence.  OF  COURSE  SHE  WOULD  Berlin, January IS.���������Enmperor William thinks that Great Britain would  end  a  war  with   France  in   three  or  four days.  MORLEY  RETIRES .���������_  London, January IS.���������John ilorlcy  announces his retirement from active  political life. He will devote his time  to tho preparation of Gladstone's  biography.  CALLS ON THE QUEEN  London, January is.���������Senor Ingle-  sias, president of Costa Rica, paid a  visit to Her Majesty at Osborne ->e_-  terelay, being shown much attention  and cordiality.  DARING  JEWEL ROBBERY,  St.   Louis,   January   IS.���������A     daring  theft of jewelry was committed  hera  this  morning  on  one  of     the    most  .crowded  streets    of this    cily.     The  thief escaped  with  his booty.'  -  HIGH JOINT COMMISSION  Washington, January  IS.���������It is said  that   the   High   Joiut   Commissioners  have  agreed     on   several    important  questions.  FURTHER TROUBLE FEARED  Hong Kong, January IS.���������Tho situation  in  Manila,   is    reported     to   be  Berlous.  CAT'AND CANARY ALLIANCE  Paris, January    IS.���������French    sentiment favors an alliance with C.ermany  with  a view  to  safeguarding  mutual  interests  abroad.  AGRARIAN REVOLT  ���������    Buda Pcsth. January IS.���������A serious  agrarian- revolt   has broken    out     in  . Hungary.  "   DEPEW   A    SENATOR  Albany, N. Y.. January IS.���������Cliatm-  ccy   M.    Depew " was    today    elected  Uniteel States senator lo succeed Senator Murphy.  TEN  MORE   MEMBERS  OF   B. C.  LEGISLATURE MAY RESIGN  TO HANG ST. PATRICK'S DAY  B. C. Legislature  Agree  Ncm. Con. to  the   Queen's    Speech ��������� Clergyman  Found Drowned���������Winnipeg Cutlers  Successful in the States  ' Vancouver January IS,���������It is said,  that ten more members of the British  Columbia legislature fear they will  have to resign their seats. The Victoria Colonist says that according to  the way the act is being interpreted  itis doubtful If there is a single quail-  fled member sittingln the house.  WONT WEAR TIIE GREEN  Montreal .January IS.���������The attorney  III 11  WARNING FROM   M. P. THAT IT  IS NOT FAR OFF  A    SENSATIONAL     FAILURE  Imperial Oil Company Absorbs Smaller  Concerns ��������� Conservative Customs  Official Fired���������Mail Carrier Spirited  Away on an Ice Floe  Montreal, January 20.���������At an im-  linrtant meetins last night of the east  end Liberal club held hero lust night  Mr. Lcnileux, M. P. for Uaspe, advised  his friends to be ready for a general  election, because it was liable lo bo  sprung on thorn quicker than some  people-thought.  NOTHING SMALL ABOUT THIS  Montreal, January 20.���������A. Small &  company, of Montreal, have failed.  Liabilities $107,9-11.  EMINENT   PROFESSOR   DIES  Oltawa, January 20.���������Professor H.  Alleyne Nicholson  expired yesterday.  DELIVERING MAIL IN QUEBEC  Quebec, January 20.���������A mail-carrier  and three assistants have been carried  away on an ice lloe off l'onaventure  island, Quebec.  WILL  SOON  GET  RICH  Victoria, January, 20.���������The public  accounts of British Columbia show a  revenue of "ji,i;i9,(i23, with an txpendi-  ture 'of ?2,001,031.  -MONOPOLY   FEATURE  Toronto,   January   20.���������All   Canadian oil companies have been 'absorbed by the Imperial Oil company.  '"   THE OLD STORY  London. Ont., January 20.���������Daniel  A. Donaldson, of the customs service  hero, was yesterday summarily ��������� elis-  charged. Donaldson was a Conservative and appointed by the laic government.  Ci. P.  R.|  PROMOTION  Montreal, January 20.��������� James  O'Borne, assistant lo the vice president of tho C. P. R��������� has been appointed goneral ' superintendent of tho  Western division of the company's  system, with headquarters in* Winni-  peg.*  TREACIIEROUS   ICE  Belleville. Out., January 20.���������Geo.  C. Ritchie, of this place, was drowned  yesterday whilo skating.  ARCHIBALD MeiBBAN DEAD  AVinnipeg, January 20.���������Archibald  McBean, the woll known giaiii merchant, died here yesterday.  HIGH JiHKS IN VANC0JV  est  general lias rejected Cordelia Vlau's onou unmcHc nun to pass tnr  aTpHcation forJa new trial. She will ������������' ol the ugc rew��������� -  hang on March litli. .,i.,���������t_,i kin,������,ii ii <i ������������������_ .  bang on  PILLSBURY A WONDER  Winnipeg,    January    IS.���������Plllsbury,  the American chess expert, won 1" out  of 20 games    played    simultaneously  Jast night at thc Whinipog Chess club.  f LAWYER OVERDOES IT  Toronto, January IS.���������Fergus J.  Francis, a Toronto lawyer has been  suspended from practice for seven  years for extorting money and securities from a client.  CANADIAN MILITIA  Ottawa,  January  IS.���������Tho  imperial  government  will   grant   long   service  medals) to the Canadian militia.  WITHOUT  A MURMUR  Victoria,   January  IS.���������The  address  and  reply   to  tho   speech   from    the  throne   passed   the   British   Columbia  house of legislature yesterday.  FOUND DROWNED  Toronto, January 18.���������Tho body of  the Rov. Thos. MeAilam was found  last night in Toronto bay.  The Great Northern exprc.s due at  Winnipeg at 1:35, was derailed in tho  C. P. R- yard on Monday as she was  pulling in 'to the station nt the spend  of 12 miles au hour. Tlio engine  travelled along on tho frozen ground,  dragging two car., behind il, a distance of 20 yards before It pulled up.  Nobody was hurt and the line was  soon clear again. A defective switch  was the cause of thc train leaving  the line.  11  OF TWO THOUSAND DERVISHES  TO A BRITISH GUNBOAT  A Feailul Slaughter of Natives in Samoa  Esterhazy Gives Evidence���������Sardinian Struck bv Lightning���������A Picnic  in Cuba.  New York, January l'J.���������The municipality proposes making tests tor  tuberculosis in the case of all entile  imported in  to the state.  -WOULD   IT V ___  Washington. January 17.���������General  Wood, U. S. A., says that in lus  opinion it will require 50,000 troops to  hold  Cuba.  SEMPER   l'-l DELIS  Cairo.   January    IS.���������Emir     Fidclis'  force  of  2,000  Dervishes   has  surrendered  io a British gunboai.  WILL  MANOEUVRE  Shanghai, January IS.���������Riissia will  l-.i'lil military and naval manoeuvres  at  Port Arthur, China.  WHERE   ARE   THEY   AT7  Washington, January 10.���������It is rumored that tlie Unileel Slates unci  themselves unable to carry out plans  for   foreign   naval   stations.  READY   KOR   THE   FRAY  Paris, January 19.���������Don Carlos is  said to bo ready for tlio uprising in  Spain.  PLENTY WHEAT  Sydney, Australia, January l'J.���������  Australia will havo ten million bushels, of wheat to export.  SAMOANS     RATTLED  Auckland, New Zealand, January !'(���������  ���������A rebellion bus broken out in  Samoa. British anel Uniteel States  consuls havo proclaimed Malleioa  king. The German consul has refused  to recognize him. and. in a battle  between the Malietoas and the .\lata-  alas followers, ISO wore killed or  wounded. Great excitement prevails.  ARRIVES IN PARIS  Paris, January 19.���������Count Esterhazy  litis arrived in Paris to give evidence  in  the Dreyfus case.  HAWAIIAN   CABLES    -  Washington, January IS.���������Bills tor  a Hawaiian cable bas been, introduced.  RUSSIA   PREPARED  Calcutta. January 19.���������Russia will  advance on Herat with 20,000 men in  case of trouble with Afghanistan.    ���������  Large Body of Chinamen Try to Escape  I rom Ei-.iployeis���������Sold Into Slavery  Vancouver, January 17.���������About two  hundred Chinamen arrived here from  China yesterday en route to "Mexico to  work "on some railway construction  work near Tampico on the Gulf of  Mexico. They had been hired by Ma  (!op, of Mexico, and wero told that  efter three years they could return  home if thoy wanted lo. Tho cause  of tho trouble with the. Chinese was  lhe. arrival on lho scene of a Chinaman from San Francisco, who told  theni thoy had been sold as slaves to  Ma Gop by thc Hong Kong men and  would never go back to China. Many  cf tha men aro married anel have left  families in China, aud through their  ranks the news.Hew like a match set  to tinder. Thoy made up iheir'-niinila  to escape and if only a few could get  back to China anel tell their frienels  there of their going to Mexico. Accordingly whon thc men were being  ���������transferred-from-lhc-vessel-to=lhe-C.--  P. R. train ihoy stampeded. About  GO woro seated in two cars, 100 were  in the shed, when tho 30 on the vessel  refused u to land, and wero only got  ashore with the utmost difficulty by  thc police. When thoy got in tlie shed  all thc Chinese commeneeel an excited jabbering. A stampede ensued and  thoso in tho shed rushed towards the  train, while those in the traiii overpowered lho officers at thc doors, and  rushed down to join the rest. Groat  e.NCitoment and tumult resulted anil  liitrying to make their escape, the  Chinese, blinded by fright and frenzy,  rushed directly towards the end of the  dock, and woulel havo fallen'headlong  over into tho salt water in their niael  l ush. To get to the edge the frightened Chinese hail to pass through one  lied, anil  ico officer  planted himself In the road anel hurled tho excited Celestials back. lie  eoulel not stem the mad.rush and had  lo resort to knocking them down.  Moro Chan a score of tho infuriated  Celestials fell beneath his blows, but  si ill they could not be checked, anil  many escaped out of tho building anel  spread over the dock anel up anil  down the railway track. After much  difficulty all except eight wero found,  anel persuaded to go on the train, but  not before several similar stampede.'  had been frustrated. This train of  seen cars and two baggage cars sub-  sceiuently left for Mexico.  The local police aro busy searching  for tho eight fugitives who arc being  concealed by their fellow countrymen. Two have been recovered, but  ti.e others arc still at large.  Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, hael a narrow escape lhe olher elay from a repetition of lho lire disaster iviilcti  befell Bi-idgcwater a few elays ago.  While a strong wind was blowing  llamcs broke out. in the Victoria block,  which was destroyed, together wun  many fine stores and resiilcinc..  Messrs. Darling ,';-, Pearson, ai-eiu-  tccls of Toronto are preparing plans  for a lino bank building to be crectel  in Winnipeg the coming sjirlng as a  liraiie'h of the Canadian Bank i.r Commerce, te> take tin* place* eif tiie o'il  ~ir.~ml.-e_. on Main street, which have  been founil wholly iiiis-iiiiahlc for tne  ever increasing expansion of business.  HUGH JOHN   MACDONALD HAIL-  ED  WITH   HONORS  Sleeping Giil Awakened with   Red Hot  Needles���������Bill   to     Exclude    Alien  Miners in B.  C. Passed���������Winnipeg  Curlers Successful.  Winnipeg, January 19.���������Canadian  curlers won tho international maicn  at St. Paul by 120 to 90.  A   MOVING  SCENE  * Winnipeg. January 19.���������A party ot  1,550 settlers at Muskoka will remove  io Swan River Valley early next  spring.  HUGH  JOHN  Oak   Lalte,  Manitoba, January l'J-���������  .Kugl__J._i!lcDonabl-_w-as_l.aiiquetleel__by  thc Conservatives of this tlistrict, and  was accorded a royal reception.  RESIGNED  Bonaventurc, Quebec, January 19 ���������  lt  is  reported  lhat Guito,  M.   P., tor  Bonaventure, has resigneel.  DID'NT   PHASE   HER  Halifax, January 19.���������The Allan line  steamer.    Sardinian,  was    struck   by  lightning on her last voyage.  EVERYTHING GOES NOW  Victoria. January 19.���������The bill to  exclude aliens from placer mining m  the province received its thiril reael-  iiig,"and was immediately assented to  by the 'Lieutenant Governor, so that  it is now in oiToct.  MONEY  NO  OBJECT  Winnipeg, 'January iy.���������Word    has  been    received   that    Manitoba    Hour  etches-the highest price in Australia.  CRISP   MATTER  White wood,   Ass.,  January   19.���������Albert E. Playf.-.lr and one of his clillel-  rt'n weie severly burned.  CALL  ME  EARLY, MOTHER DEAR  Montreal,   January  19.���������Eva    Rock,  the Montreal sleeping girl, was aroused   by  sticking  red   hot  needles  into  her spine.  WHAT  BROKE  IT UP  IEI III II  SECURED      BY     RHODES     FOR  A    RAILWAY  CZAR'S   PEACE   PROPOSALS  Proposed Railway for India ��������� Keeley  Motor Declared a fraud���������Nebraska  Family Poisoned���������McCumDer Appointed Senator for North Dakota  London,  January 20.���������Cecil   Rliothj..  han secured .010,000,000 towards building  his  African   railway   from  Capetown to Cairo.  TOUGH   ON   PATENT   -MEDICINES  Vienna. January 20.���������Testa's system of electric currents has been  successfully applied to diseases in  Austria.  THE SOUDAN QUESTION  London, aJnuary 20.���������Great Brilain  and Egypt have signed a convention  for  governing  the  Soudan.  CHAMPAGNE   INDEPENDENCE  Havana.January  20.���������Cuban  leaders  at a banquet here last night publicly  declared themselves in favor of Incle-  penclenc.  HAD   BEEN   EATING    L1MBURGER  Sydney, Australia. January 20.���������Tl.e  German consul at Apia, Samoan  islands, is accused of catisiug a revolt among lhe natives.  ON  THE  HOG  Omaha,  Nob.,  January 20.���������A . Nebraska family of 12 persons have died  from  eating diseased pork.  WHY     McCUMBERETH     HE     THE  GROUND7  Giand  Forks,. N.  D��������� January 20.���������  Peter J.  McCumber has  been  elected  as   Uniteel   States   senator   in    North  Dakota.  ,   MANN & McKENZIE'S CHANCE  London. January 20.���������A trans-continental railway is proposed for  India.  ALWAYS WAS  New York .January 20.���������Experts declare    the  so-called    Keeley      motor  a fraud.  CZAR'S   PEACE   PROPOSALS  St.- Petersburg," January   20.���������Russia  has  ordered   three new'  cruisers  and  three battleships.    HAD  TO  BUY  HIM  OFF   London, January 17.���������The aueen  will grant an annuity of ������3,500 to  former Loid Justice Henry Hawkins,  who recently resigneel from the ox-  clieqeur division of the high court of  judicature, and has since been elevated to the peerage. Thc annuity is  legarded in the nature of an inducement to Lord Henry Hawkins to leavo  lhe bench where be has lingered years  after the bar thought he should givo  way  to a younger man.  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  resent  OT  Population  200(1.  liovdslulct"  C.   1'.   JI.   as  KooLcitiiy ant'  ah cat I.  will   invest in  lias  the  OK'.'tna*.  I_hc   '  heen    selected   Iiy   the  terminal point I'or North  in.  . .fa  ���������_>  utlicioiis  It. must go  business man  ������si  evelstoke  Rea'i  i Estate^  while it can bo uot on llio "���������found Hoof.  '"1/fl  S7C0 will liuy live. Il.ie li!i."i!ii..-s Il'>,���������-  lVt-fc Ly lOii ln-r.    Opi.ie.-ilc J.  $2"i:> c-.'iih will buv i wo iib-ii 'nl., 50 Iiy  hon-p.    ]',���������!���������! 3 in.el 4, Block H        -    .  S'tfO will buy ,-i lut 25s'10fi, next t he I'Ynnt St "i-,)-*t Office  $1000 will buy ii I'hii'.k. 73x100 em Campbell Avenue.  7 'in*! <S, b'<u_ic 10. on  iii-=t street. oO  D. Siiioiilil'- i I'hiiler.f.'e. Ei"-y turms  1(0. t,early  opposite  Siimp'oa's  -���������'')." 100 in the centre uf  i he  business   pa it of M>tc  oii"jo.-ito  C.  B. Jluitit! &  SlOflO will.buy n lur  ensile Avei.ii".  9700 will buy I iv.i lot*, (j am) 7, bine-  U.i '���������" ware Inai-e nn Campbell  i'.'i)~T> .'.ill buy ,*i Ii.hi-ii.hii'I lui'J, I'lot.-'K  liatli rniiin mul pantry.      ST.iO  .   .in  10 yeiti-s hi S per L-eur.    Tliu Int. i-- 50x100.  $G0O*will buy a tine storey hnu-so ami lolO, Block 43, oti Tb ii  L"t Nil corner,  50x100.  91155 will buy    ;i   house     and     lot 1,     block-JI.     t-firuer  eif  " 0. 50x100  Avetiui!.  ���������10. em Th'u il St reft.  Iiiwil f>iiel b.ilaiii.'u    to  Five  I'������������������<>'  rooms  nn lot  I St.    Thei  ami Koeifen,.v Sr.     Th" hnu-i- is weili Iini_-11.  'eiicK.s.    Lot 72x100.    li'iititil'til   "-i tuition.  bi.laiii.-o in monthly payment.--.  Jam  i.     JL'.nle! ii   eiiiiveni-  TVi ins   9525  iloivn,  bloc  fronting, on Fir=fc   St. opposite'   the Imp  5.    Corner Uuiimiugtai*   Avenue   .'ind   1  'inl  'ii.-;.  9U,*'03 will   bin*  Hank.    Siz'j.lCO.. l:*0*_7r,.    Corner  N-.    The U. !.  ness location,  !-2(.:{0 \yill buy .'i btr-ini**.s liltick 50x100 1'i'fnting on  First  St.,   between  JS. aiding i uns along one  s-.kle.     A  splendid   l_n=i-  the two bank'-. * A fine silo I'ur a bn-inoss house.  For several years the little town of  Bloomsburg boasted a brass band,  wliich held together with very little  ���������financial encouragement from the  citizens or anybody else. i  At the close of a presidential campaign, however. In which it had enjoyed a season of more than usual  prosperity, it suddenly dropped from  public view, without any visible cause.  "What broke up your- bantl?" inquired a leading citizen of Bloom-  burs,  several  weeks  afterward.  "Well,  it was  this..*'  answered  the  young man who hael acted as leader.  "Wo   found,   when   we   hael   out  last  meeting tliat we had ?10 cash in   the  treasury.   That was the most   wc hatl  '��������� ever hael, and as it was just onc dol-  i lar a piece, tho boys insisted on mak-  i ing a elivision of thc money.   It was  done, atid  I have never been able to  ���������{ Ket   the   boys   together   again.      Our  I hand."        ho       added,       regretfull.-.'.  j "couldn't stand  prosperity."'  General Egan will be eourlmartialea  Cor his  villification of General  Miles.  Twenty-two deaths from grip in  Montreal last week.  Pluukett Greene, the English concert singer, is on a tour westward Willi  a high class company.  Jim Crow, an Indian from Mission,  who was one of the few who accompanied Major Walsh on his trip to Hie  Yukon, died from consumption hi  Port Arthur hospital recently.  Clerk Mussin, of tho Merchants*  Bank, accused of embezzling luncis,  was placed under arrest at -Montreal  yesterelay. It is generally believed  tliat tho amount involved is upwards  of $50,000. :  M. J. Haney our oltl friend of the  C. N. P. railway, is now manager of  construction on the Whito Pass rail-  w_n>*-- Eighteen miles of .track..has  "been lai~el7 Canadian territory has  beon entered, 1000 men are eniployeel  and Lake Bennett will be reached by  the enel of May.  The C. P. R. has promptly demon  rbe sensational Chinese slave story  sent out from Vancouver. The Chinese,  coulies were bound for Mexico to work  miller contract at 51.00 a day and tlio  stampede from the train was starlet!  by a report that the.ro woulel be no  food for them en route.  In spite of all that may be saiel  against Hhe American!;, especially  when wc are discussing tariff measures, no one can disallow the fact  that they are possessed of sentiment.  General Jo Wheeler, who achieved ins  fame in the civil war UO years ago,  wore the same spurs iu the actions  around Havana as he tllil In the old  days. It is comforting tn learn that  he was not smoking the same olel cigarette.  The singing of the national anthem  of China is saiel to occupy half :i elay.  The tiresome and never-ending state  of revolution in tliat mis-gtiideel country is thus in a great measure accounted for. Sir Robert, Hart, thc  head of the customs, has a lino oar  for music, as has also thc Hussion  musical politico critic. We do not  know which national anthem will bo  played on the beaches of Shanghai,  but we will gamble this newspaper  to a nickle that it wont be the Russian.   ..  Bishop* Potter at a meeting of the  church temperance society at tho  Waldorf Astoria hotel in New- York  declared that under tho present conditions tho saloon was a social necessity.^ Bishop Potter's assigned subject was "The Church and Temperance", but he spoke almost entirely  of the relation of the salo-in to tne  social lifo of the poor, and declared  that thc saloon under the present  conditions was a social necessity.  ' ������t c may abuse it." he saiel. "anathematize it. but it is a necessity as  far as social intercourse, relaxation  and refreshments are necessities. Tho  saloon exists because yon nm! 1 have  no better thing to oiler them, it is  thc* truth. You may not like to hear it  but it is so. Wc. who belong to the  so-called favored classes have onr  clubs. But the poor man cannot afford $100 a year for a club, anel so ne  frequents the saloon."  Grogan <&' Co. are hand- "^  ling' some ,of "the   finest  mining* propositions in the  Big*   Bend,"'  Lardean and  Fish Greek camps of North  C. V!  about mining* claims in ^/������  j|& the. District.  A big blnc'-c of Out-lies Ci'opIc CotiHoliilnteel  at  tun cents.  Theie share"*  will be up to par yet.  /V_on^ to hoati-  Wo are agents lor the lilquitable Savings Loan ifc Buiiiling A--u-  cialion. Js'ej niijiiibi'rslilp feu No necessity to take shares. Nu lini.-  lor nou pay inenr. nf moni lily installments-. Also for Mie Great We-i-t  Lifo Insurance Cn '.-��������� Straight Lotin Department. "\\'e can get 3 on the  money, if you can put up the security.  nsuranc^  I'Milli-  -Wei aro agent"- for I lie Imperial, Scottish   Union,   Queen, U.i!  rloniiin. Alias anei Gunnli'iu.  1.IK1-���������Impel inl Life Insiiiiiiici* Co.  ACU1I-KXT���������Lonilon A'ciibiiil mnl  PLATE GLASS���������Lluyei's.    .  Giiui-anUe.  m  I-������  V&S"  ^  #  0.  CM  Olfl.ce  'Go  Revelstoke.  Taylor Block.  -     I-" ������ ������"*! T.���������������* ������  *������  **������  M-oreing*  %-.  IMPERIAL B/\NH  OF Gi\NADA  Head OiFiee,  Toronto  Paid Up  Capital $2,000,000  iles-rve     -    -    -    -    1,200,000  Directors:  II. S.  Howh.nil,   President  T.K.AIernlt.Vii'P Pius... (St.Catharines)  William Run.say,  P.oboit JatTray,  Hugh Ityan,   T.   Suth.-i laud   Slav car  KJias Rogeri*.  D. II. Wilkie, General Manager.  Breeches  North \Vi'������', and Uritish Columbia  Brandon      [Portage la V_a__couYW  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  I7. Iitinrit-'in (Prince Albert   Revelstokr  South Edmonton. N lson, D. C  ONTAIUO.  Essex [Niagara Kails   [St. Ihoroa.  Fergus       (Port CiiM'orne .Toronto  Gal! |n.-itI'ort.-iEe     (Welland  lniri.isi.il    "Sault St. .Mariei Woodstock  Li.-, u.ie 1   iSt. Catharines I  Monli'i-.ii. Quebec.  Savings Hank Pup."irt:ii''nt���������Depositor #1 aud iipuiLids re-ci'ived and  interest allowed.  li.-beiitiiies - Provincial,- Municipal  ,iu.i ... ber il*-.*i--!it.tit .-<- cure b.uM-d.  Hi aft? and l^'Lii'i"- "f Credit���������Available at all [Hiintf in Canada., United  Kingdom, i'niled Sl.U������-R, Kuiopo,  India, China, I.ipxn. Australia, N^w  Ze-itniul. ..!������'  Ge.lel    Purchased  This Bank Issues Special receipts  which will be nccoumed foi* at tiny of  Die Hudson's Hay Co's Posts In the  Yukon auk northern districts.  A. F_. B   HiSARN.  Mana_ei' Rtuvclstoke  Brar.irh ���������  LL*>i  C".I'c. luirrnliH.  MkViP.   Km-  Ik fr-L-.i  Gill*, :ui'i  Kiniers? of  al. .U.-crijti-um.  T!i������> t-lw hm,si .iixl lu.'-; *t������i(.'k of  u\\U, I* \I������KKS in Ili.������ cily.  I/literal   .lii^imts   u-ivcn   on  all i'.i.-li orderi.  1   dwil   onlv    in     V.* A  L U  P A V K l'c i?   nnd .solicit an  if*"-[tectlou uf my stock.  W.(S. Bipney  .MeK.E.NZIB-jqVE.  --Q3-  Canadian "  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL-. ROUTE  EAST   A^D   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  TOUR1STSLEI-TEHS   from v  PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.--  Qii ie k~T rniif7'-'~ G oticl~ S e r v icv- r~"  Fewest Change-",     Lowest Kates  Tickets   i-Mieel    through   and  Baggage   clucked  to destination.  DAILV TRAINS.     "  K-wr. West.  8 'J5k.. 1 ye--Revelstoke-Ive. IG.oOk  TO AXI) FltOM    KoOTli.VAY POINTS.  S.15k..Ive���������Revelstoke���������ai'r..10.03k  For    information,   time    cardt,  maps anil ticki-l . apply to  T.  W. RR ADS HAW,  A cent". ItevelsUoki*.  W.   F.    AniiKhshx,   Travelling  l'a.i-i-ngi r Agent. Ni-l-'tni.  E. .1. (eivu:. DNti-ict Passenger  Agi-nt, Vancouver.  J. R. H������H  & Company  Bntchcis   nnd    Wholesale   an  Rctnil tculcrs in Uccf. Pork, oto  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders in  our lino prom  ailed ."   Wc Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  -nd Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. "We can fix you  REVELSTOKE S\W MILLS  .'    Revelstoko Station, B. C. LaGri  For  ?)-.K the list ������l elegant  preparations  ke;-t by liieC-iiHiln Drug >- liook Co.  If you have it try some  of the preparations kept  by us. We have everything required to  cure it.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  I.IMITKli.  ������������������- CHAS. H. MCDONALD, Manager.  McKEXZlE  AVE..   HEVKLSTOKi:   STATION.  -LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  .Michael Grady, of Sili-cuan, tvas in  town on Monday.  Upper Grand Forks will bo known  iu future us Columbia.  Mrs. A. McRae ..nil family arc  visiting friends at llb-cillewaet.  The Bachelors' Ball given in the club  rooms hist night was a big success.  Victoria is to have another elaily  papt'i' to be called the Evening Globe.  H. A. Perley of the llotel Revelsloke  is taking in the bonspiel at Calgary  this week.  The post oflice department will  ���������exchange three cent stamps for other  denominations.  G. E. Giogaii, who has been laid up  for the past week, with a severe attack  of la grippe is again able to be oul.  It is charged by a member of tlie  Montreal Anglican Synod that 50,000  votes cast against prohibition in  Quebec were bogus.  ���������Dr. R. Mathison will be at his  dental oflico. Revelstoke. over the  Canada Drug to Book Co.'s store from  Jin. SOth to Feb. 11th.  ' The work on the vivcr bank is proceeding very satisfactorily. The teams  are now busy hauling in brush to bo  used on the niattrassing work.  A farewell dance to the village of  Donald will be given next Tuesday  evening by the citizens. A number  from Revelstoke will attend.  Tagg.irt, who murdered his wife a few  weeks ago, by striking her on the  head with a hammer, has beei;  acquitted on thc charge of insanity.  ���������Now is the time to talk (o L. A.  Fretz about that house you are going  to build, he can give you the practical  and reliable advice from large experience  Percy Chapman, manager of tlie A.  Macdonald Co., is on a visit in tho  south country at present. He will  return about the 3rd of next month lo  Iluvelstoke.  Messrs. Byrnell & Lewis have taken  over the management of the Rhodesia  Restaurant. The premises have recently been overhauled and everything put  into first-class shape.  F. Fletcher, of Nelson, agent for the  Columbia and Kootenay Railway and  Navigation Co.. came in on Monday  from the south to attend the Court of  Revision being held here.  The revival services in the Methodist  church are continuing with great  interest, and'a fair attendance every  evening. All aro invited. Thc services commence at S o'clock.  Tho Epworth League of the Mctlio-  __dis___b.a_ch_wer__th_.__ecipieniK_.of_a.  handsome pretent lrom Mr. Baxter  Robinson this week in the shape of  twelve volume- of the Encyclopedia  Britaniiica.'  Mr. Robertson, of Fort William,  brother of 1'. Robertson, of the C.P.R.  f-.latf, who arrived in town about ten  days ago, bas accepted a position in  the hardware store? of W.M. Lawrence  as book keeper. ������  Au announcement whs made in  Ottawa on Satu relay to the eiYrct thai  there will be no reduction in the 10  percent., royalty on the output of  gold in the Yukon, bur that the  amount'exempt from royalty is to be  increased from Si.500 to $5,000.  The Rovelstoko hockey team left  this morning for Rofesbind to tako part  in the hockey toiirn.ime.nl to be'hold  ihere this week. The Herald predicts  for the bovs complete victory overall  e'pponents and expects to-see them  return with the iir--t prize.  A parlor social under the auspices  of the L'idies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will he held at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence on  Thursday evening the IMth inst., at  eight o'clock. A novel and interesting attraction of the evening will be  aa "Art Museum." An admission fee  of twenty-live cents will by charged.  The Mail son!" liine ago insisted that  the Dominion guv rnmi'iit.. thiough the  conciliatory methods pursued by the  niemhcrs of the cabinet at Victoria,  had decieled to put up dollar for  doll-ir wilh the local government to  protect the river bank hero. Jlr.  Bostock knocked the wind out of the  little p'.ny her_ when he announced  on Monday nigiit that Ihe Dominion  j"ovHrii:ii'.~:it were not putting up a  (���������������������������lit f.-r this protection work. It was  Jlr.   X'.'itii:  who pricked  th.*  bubble,  audit was.  Mr.  Atkins  who  tried  to   McCAI1Ty_,\'��������� Revel-teiU.',  .Ian.  23rd,  p itch it up, but a lot of wind was  lostij     to Jlr. and Mrs. I'*. Jle Curly, a mm.  before, he  succeeded  h_ (.oveiing thc j BE..r,IT_ori   .j;l���������.    25Mi, lo   Jlr.   and  bole. " i    Mis. L. j'i'ju'jii, ci : -ii.  THE GAT IN THE 'BAG  As theise fow of our readers who  habitually see the Mail, are probably  aware, an agitation id being worked up  just now lo put tlie franchise for the  first municipal oleclion on lhe basis of  a three months' residence. With the  usual canting hypocrisy wilh which  it does the dirly work of the gang,  wliich is at present working tooth and  nail lo get this lown info its grasp, the  Mail in demanding this change in the  Revelstoke; charter appeals to the  principles of justice and good government. Where is" the justice of lei ting  men who have only resided in town  for three months before lhe election  and who three months alter may be  residing a thousand miles away, vote  as lo who is to have the handling of  lhe money of the pei-ni'inent residents  for ihe noxt twelve months? In what  way is good government to be furthered by giving people who have not  the slightest interest in the place  except for lhe little temporary work  that is now Lo be got here have so  important a share in handling ils  destinies as a vote in the llrst municipal election implies? Tno Mail's arguments are too ilinisy fo deceive a child.  The fact of the matter is that behind  this agitation lies tho usual little  scheme. Incorporation unelor the  present charter would do a great deal  to relieve this town from the petty,  personal, self seeking politics of the  Kellie gang. They know this and hate  to see incorporation coining at all.  But a brilliant idea, has struck some of  them that, if properly nrinipulated,  incorporation may possibly be still  turned to their advantage. If the  charter can be altered so as to give  one man ono vote in the. first municipal election there is no doubt the gang  could put up a goeid light for the  spriils. This is thu danger which threatens this town at present. Nobody  need imagine that the agitation will  be limited lo articles in the Mail. Tho  "committee"' will he out wiLh an  invitation to another public meeting  before long and an i-'ltcinpt will bo  tnnile to pass resolutions amending the  present charter in the elesii-eel direction. If this attempt is successful the  ri'stwill be easy. When every man  has his vote, the necessary candidate  will easily be found for the votes lo  help into ollice. The IIKHALI" does  not liiink it would he very much out  if it ventured a guess as lo who that  candidate! will be even now. It, is  suflicient at present however lo say  that it will not be Jlr. H. .1- Bourne,  or Mr. F. JlcCaity, or Mr. T. C. Haig.  They are not. at all lho kinel of people  to fill tlio required bill. Tliero is a  dark horse ready to be entered for this  contest, when tbe time comes, if  everything is propitious.  This is the danger, not in tho leant  little bit an iinngin.iny one. but tin*  very real danger to which this town is  at present exposed. It is thn danger  of having its finances bandied dining  the lirst year of its corporate ex ialenre.  Lhe chief spending year, bv a niayeir  and council and oflicials elected chiefly  by the votes ol an entirely irresponsible and reckless portion of the com-  'm unity *~^Th ere���������art;���������tluvt--e"_*. ndifl.t t *"-*-  now in the fi-.'ltl for tl-.e mayoralty.  There is a chance right now fen- any  one of Lliein who wants to show himself as worthy of being entrusted with  the suffrages of the l'tilepaying and  responsible class to lake a bold stand  and placo himself at tho bead of an  organized opposition to this barefaroel  .scheme'. The Hijhai.h does not ee.ii  sider that any candidate fur the  mayoralty, who does not can* to do  this, is the kind of man Revelafoko  wants for mayor. What ihU toi. u  will chiefly iH'i-il for her mayor is a  man with a bac'i'.b.'.r.e. in him who will  not sacriIiie principle"- for the sake .if  a little e heap popularity. If any of  our three? cnulieiat'"- Ibink- be pos-  se-sscs this qiialificit!"!! now i-. an  excellent ch.iiice for him t" show it.  66  The Leading Store.  ".No muster, No Fits.-*, Just litisincss, That's All."        We Carry  a Full Range ,',of>r~v  And ?We . AreSole Agents  3 In Rev elstokc; for? therri..;.  'Every woman knov/s the quality and durability, of these goods. ';?.-,? You can buy them  from us at EASTERNvPRICES: ;We pay  ;the?freight. ���������?; ? ?:    ?? ���������      ��������� [Uf'UUU<.  ���������L_ ...  TAYLOR block;  iricKENZIE.AVE.vy:  .������=,_.  rfa-   ������������������������-* *$%  I  Js-*  1  111 ���������'���������HOLIDAY GOODS  # ^ ^>  fH '& VP Thousands  of Articles Suitable for this  S_ $������_  4?    '���������'���������������������������         season of the year.  pl^B%i. .:-.: .  .:.          | f S MEHB'-FIJBNISHIMGS^  df >!? W A Gl*eat Assortment at the   Post   Office  Store.     Miners' Clothing- Particulary.  $'  >">  !"*���������������     I'Sg!    WM  Iff  ������SJ>  S  "Orji  1  BOOTS JxEB SHOES  f$ d$  ,.v,       ���������  ������'W* tv      ���������  si"  si  To Fit Every Foot and. Suit any Taste  at mostly any price you wish to pay.  oi;  e"*,  Iff  The? Bia*s*est Assortment in town at all  prices. Good serviceable working^ mens'  gloves at so cents a pair.   Try a pair.  ?  1  &'���������  m w Urn  W  1  ?1?c)St";Offic������: Store.- 4  ^^8  iiiw  m?  For  .next  week?..yye ; v/!ll??give  20;,Per Cent., off all Granite Irdti  'rfffrf ?y   , ? VVi-iite.Enarnelied: and :Tih, Goods.   :.';;  Tlio'.iiceiiilsltlini  of ivatcr hml  ivntnr  l).v re'Voril������ nf nni-oeoi-iloel  wnterj or liv  Eclipse? Hockey? Skates for  We Will?also .Offer for 'Next Week Only, All Our  ff ������������������'.'���������:        f'rrfffi.7. i'i7f'r 7-.:.fr:-     75 Cents per pair."?.? '??? ;.? 7   .???' 'Xfi^  Don't Miss This 'Chaiice.?; See Cur New.���������Art" Souvenir Heatiiig, Stoves at $27.56;  '��������� The?Best in the Market, .  Agent-Gurhey's Stoves. ??:?.������������������?:?? ;���������:???;  McCarty Block-  m  mrnmM.^m  Qualificatioh^fbry Municipal .-.Voters-i/f;  To thoEclitoroI the Heiiald:?;???;??.?;?;;;??;���������:;;?;?  SmV ??:Since, ?byytheyaid??of iyour  repi-jsontative, yMi~;yK;ellie;?-?we   iiiay  hecoiiib.iricorpoi'ateil sohie time within  lhe nextV-'oiie" or two thousand;years,"  it is not amiss to discuss ,sei!iie? of? tbe  questions :it issues at_:the prcseiifc.ytime.?  1 not ice".tlio eelitoi' of yourjeontenrpbr-  ary tlevotesa ciilimin to tlio advocacy  of   miinhodd ? su(ii"age;.';?l'or _? the.  fii'St?  mimicip.'il  election.? ;_le?;;is 'silent-, oh  the principles .wlii'ejh'-.caiy;, lie, "produced  in favor eif-their "right of voting.?-?? In?  tb.c meantime we, shall  .ivonelei- what  th osi!?Sp~-i iici pies Weir*; ? "aiid?; see;? ?;if  we   can,? adeliici;? ;?ntiy ?re;ason??? why  nianhpeiel su'Tragn as applied to ni unic-  ipal elecl.'Kiiis.us iibsurci in��������� the.extreti""':"  Why elo" districts'?seek   iticprp.oi'.-ilion?  Is it niit? thiit  tho, .holiU-rs of  taxiiliU'  property wish,to,;'have  !i,;voice' in,the  expending for'���������their,:- niutiiai  benefit c>f  I the   taxes.-th'e.y  pay?: in 'a",-:seiise:".by.  1 iiK"C.rpoi'.'U!i;n,   they, become ? ei.  je-int  I stock company, each one ���������_,t:eit. tri lint ing  I towards     th'";."   maintenance, 'iof ? Lhe  j municipality     in-   prnpoi-l ion   tb   the  i amount of (stock)   property;, he?hivids.:  Whoy-WouUb-eixpt.-cfc? tht;   Revel.stuke  Wator. Light."'.nd Power f.'e'i. to  invit'p  tbe   citi'ze'iis-ye.t'    Revelstoke   Into   "its  iiie'>'tiiigs,.ai'itrt'o'g-ivi?,. t lieni-a r oit^e Jin'.!  1 vole: in its, pn'ie.-'aeiliiigs.'?" Whiiy .".Inioil ���������  j everv citizetr itiVtbis  place?, is tn mi', eir  ] less ir.tei-i'"~itciV ill   the: deni'igs.iu  ibal.  1 company   as   We - ?fouiiiI   sjut ..'.11 "...Uiw-  tiioi'iiings air'-:- yet-.iio saiiapersun will  I say that that interest^entitles?:each Lo  S a voice,   in   the   tiianageiui'iit? -eif: lit  ;SEE;i  Case  IMpes,.?BTill,?Meor.-it-iiniim   Pipesi'  'Cigar>.nel,Clgnrcitd,?Ca'se!sV';-Ambe  ������������������MyiirscliKiuii I'iji.js, Ciytir awl Cijarotto:  .Holder*.if U^ffUiff.^'.Ufi'fiiiUiUfi  ientific   Books   on   'AUniiig  !  Lcatlioi JIui'-.Ty I'iir.So?i;i:;-.iij.j3, Giiitars,  j, "Violins., >!am!i������!jii_i,:  Atttolin.ps    ami?  f   V..;,or;Iialii.-i.   ? .     ::~i?, '.:? ',  :" :': ."?..,?     .  ;K A R R;Y ?E 0 W A R^ D.SJ  u:. Taxidefmast^  __ni,-^-i  *olA^.it  ^l_.A^_- k-W weia.  ���������TfKEit IIKAHS,  mor.t,hs,ot",tiivee,y_i;ai-s_i<it-1 hat��������� ina'f-ter,;  is being done no ilr, justice" i v. h . t> .'be- ,irf  di-franchised,"' Irani!, .,tiie ^ii-tt-ilireni  i^^ident-(non-t.iix;)_yei-)' is .liot "going  li.it k for the , frarwbise on jnmiici\i:!!  i-sr.osvy. ?���������".;,      '���������',''.'.;���������'"'', :���������':' .'::?::?'"';     ,':-''i,.''.  Tlie^i'Oasoh feir, the, sl.-tiid. of yi~ii.~���������������  toiiteinporiirv is 'not foi-Xo seek. ,i. ,,:  l   :7f;r.U'r.7. ?'; . .?��������� "ifi.^.r'   ' U'7!C,:.  Revelstoke.-d;uv2Itby3^r>:   ;?-    "^  ���������irnnis;.. xsr.i:, i.s., ewtt~~~  i'r-.Ke_*i'cii and'-'Mouuteii S-?.  Tliir(lSt;;Easty6f?ScIiooiliOuse  ..,?.?.;.:::y?y";T0'Let'  fie'i'iMS TO i.KT-.-Aj'iiiy.t'.i'';!  'U'U'^'.&^>U'^  |jf :. 'I_ou;svii!e '-Restaurant:. , ^  ! '-��������� ������������������;"'. ���������.I'l'lfio.'.itc'CoursIejrt. ���������."     --' ij'  i-j-j.. ,. ��������� ��������� ���������_.,    ?"..?: Q  I f.   Jleals served ?at all hours, day : M  , ji    "     '7. ������������������'������������������-. r-:    DiMilgbt. .-���������-.;���������...   ���������.-',  ,-..??_;  i  ;. J.-.  l^.y .."Antool.. Eo3ochci,  Proprietor,y? ��������� ;Jj  ] s^.>-vK-Xii-'->J!'"-^!:-s?-i';?'-:;?-;;:v;s  VVe??1iD������"n;t?"::r' -V":';?:ry?'r ?:;-'-'?;]���������  VV a n't". a.= .CenV'^^j. :U:\\  .:������������������.   Tir*:������lvi'i "f'vr if.   "$<>t   tUm r*^t7yv;ir)  : '    ar-' aiwav^'Vht-'I  t-t hrtVt'V'*M''irv-*i:������r e  .. ;?    lirr.KA'i, t',ak-.=;.:iruro>uf':'*;;<Jii..vr-.   '"; ',  ti'rMuU :A.;'N,.  SrriithJ  Our Bread  Trade  The Event of the Season.  The ui'-i!ih"i-a- of Fire Urigaib* Nu. -  have'l'-cided lu hold a- giand ball in  Tapping'.- new opera house "ii the I'llh  e.f l'Viu-uiiiy m-xt. No. 2 brig.-iilc have*.:  not e alleel upou Hit- public for over :i  vear lo (.-onti-ibiite- lei llie funds uf lhc  ', brigade, anel it. is lo lie hoped llint. lln-  citi*/.-!!-* '.til! coiiliibiitf lih.-r.illy lu lln-  sup]ui! t e>f Ibis iiiiil'.'i-t.iking.  ���������Six buaiders uantcd at (In-  '���������Wi'hcht iinai-cliiig l-.ou.-i',*' Ji. Ken/.ie'  Avenii".  Tom Douglas .ni ived in lown un  Sunday and left with the hockey boys  for Kossland ye.-Leuday.  Jack Iv.-ans. a deck hand on or,"'f  the ateanicrs running "ti Sle.can I.akc.  was drowned at Rei.-ieherj- on I'rid.iy  by falling off the deck into the hike as  the steamer v.-as backing away from  thc wharf.  --N <>.',.is!nai_y iii.-ro__-injr..'V\.':fe '���������- ���������  -���������i ftM'-'l Ti-n^.a: U'.r' :hi:y ifr.'l ti y"vi: "  --!_;! .^.fmr"-"'.!"'.-ii.! a irl.tl, you, to.., -,viil;  -- i.^rf.'ii'.v it ^j-r. .i*.-_!>.iie i:������.:^io:'.h'_". " .  - !'r.c,7>n:;"v- licliv..ry.'��������� ���������     I  HcCAfiUH BROS.,'.:  :?:? "���������'���������".. .I-'KONT ST.itKK'i:.." .       i  o  idy  ;^'"^';*;'-^'MISS'irSTEEI_E':^:;'-?;r;^  Teacher of English, French, Music,:Oil  ������������������anil Wat?r Painting, Prawing, Etc. ?' _.i  (Grii'lu^eeyn'.'liiTivitljo I.a.Ii^H* e>H-"c:i?t f..in'!c-n)  K.'fain .rli^*,:; Iii .':ir,-!i-li I.rsn^lina.'T'irins:  jl..;...- ai jis-i'-.a"'-!" ti-ii!.- wr !>���������:-������.m. .Siji-'elnl.  rut".it' ifiTuil'.-:-. _..*..t������lrr-,"*-5 ."!r*. !I..!H.'!it?!e.n-.-i,  !'ir>._ -���������!-, 1 -J*:..jr.- ',-..-.^r <>������ ti.'i^'.riiii i'.Hr.k.  m  "���������Hack and?Coucjh  Vceiii r ��������� LUife A way,1;  i_$   ���������,.-.,   .    ^.-.r^ ..-..    .���������,���������....  m.  m  mm  mm  lfia-r.:'  '\&ji7H.  M:u  mu  mu  ���������mm  ;m  Mi  Mkfiii??-;the"?truaLeeV;to.disp03C oi' t'h'e'eDtire'stook'at'onSc.  ��������� !ji5:;fe"fe-:v:���������^"���������"���������-i"? ;fe ���������?'""':    "'-^  :^���������.:"?.���������?:,���������?"?:?..?,,??,���������,,,?>.:���������'?��������� ?y?:y;?:,'?:?,y?'.'":  '|j.^$i0'?Mill:^Buy;;,^  -rt\^-!iJ'..\i -'.'���������     .:U:~.-S     '���������'.��������� '-''.;..;������������������'-'���������'I-* .. ���������";. 'Pis'-'!''::-'.' '"'���������"��������� - '���������   c ="''' ";:' " ���������"*:." '*' '���������'..���������'���������' "<'���������"��������� ..".';? -.U.'S-.'i '']...'.'U'-'r.iU^r-'-y i ^Ui  P"_*V7, ���������--.���������-- -.- ���������.,...-. ............   ���������  :5S&  M  m  m  tei-*.  m  m  m  ���������?"'fc������T.  rt>m  :;-.ig.t3  Ea_lis?J3ros:y^  7&fi  m  ::r_j!  -. is ,. Ti6fc".''\slibj:>wbr iiy-v Ij ti t.' goptr Tresli. v?gob(_lS; -l $&  sen?Hough.tTibinAvlibie-.a_iars :\yi-tliiii.;thu;>?S.^  rhpy stock-  ; having.been  ?y"???;?pa;&t yenr:"y;,;.Cpme;?;n  ^"^ .F"'?*'?*^ tf-"^. C'^^*^ r^  ^&z^.&il,&J-i������-u^rJ,i^7i&?j&^^iUv~-'J^  r:mii  m  vSai :S-<. ������Kc rAt, i&sA* wflk*$\,.  AWTZiRAf'IT E: COA.L.;'  ^Delivered   from cai"......?...���������'.".'  Delivered ; from shed.....;. .'.'.  Now  ....;;_>,;...;.. .?SS.00. tier tonv  ......:....:... iS3.0Qfpcr"l6ii.  is  the: tiriio" tt>. getlinyour win ter sniipl y before the snow fill is;  '���������'���������?;'    ���������?:    ���������"''? ;e:>r!y.',. ;,.;Caslrii".ust:'accw  Oruei-  jJ o .:������:������V,i<L> \ ^t J:Ta 'Aw .A..- &  '���������a^rJgrt-  iIEL:������IGiaRI^  o  J. V. PERKS, Prop.?  Hotel Accoroniotlotloi'i Best In tlio city ,  v=- ������������������������������������- ���������:���������������������������-:-���������:   'for-lhli lliul.'jy.y---"     --,:. ���������:���������".--'  REVELSTOKE  '":?"'-B:G'iV-"'-  Kinrtlv favor ia: with-  ���������ocnll, nrl'l we'll Fntii-l'y.  Bus! bnr i n ��������� Hovelnto_������. -������������������  , rri'o sain pio room*.  Free Bus at all trains.  ������������������ ,.,.- ?v.-a- n"?.? ,- ;���������������������������'���������,?. -S-" ,-''������������������ "- '"  ���������'   -f"f- Board.of Trade  ??,-.?���������  ' Thr-1 .nniinl GctKiral ?.Ii-clinii-i.f tt.i* llovi-1-  '-toieet HoiinJ ������f Trr.eS>! ivIU.l.i; Iiel'l !i!.t.ie'..Ho.iin.I  llooen on TiiBselay, .tan -'-list uts_p.m..sliurp. -  ��������� A Sf. .clui MuoH'ii!'eif tlio lliliinl will I'B liiiM  oa the; itatuc eiiev nt 7::>i) p.m. I������r Die j.iirpo_.i- o'.  f-lKctini; new laembCH and tnnisiieti.i}: eal.e;r  hiullic-i������.    '���������  ���������������������������..-���������.. c. ]���������:. .suav.*.  He.-rotrtry..  Act  Mad  riusi -be Sold:  BIRTHS  f  l-.p.ve' ii   irei>i>I  stoi.'s'  nf .'���������!>���������_.:." hii'J 1;..>>* ,  K.-iiily M,i.|.- i:ie.thi:i,ce .ai-iuuj'i '-vhich mu-'t !  ll-_ lir-:p'r-'.-<l ei;' Y,y .!������;!. '.list, Wl. ejl'i'Ii if .'it '1 :'  e.ltKAT SAt'leil-'Ici-:, n,> I iim ii.-.vv oV-veitiiuT i  my v.-I-..,'(; nl.tetnri'jn 1.'. e;c.st'iT:i ii'irk, wliif-ii :  I- Itir.rm'.Piii-e i\-:r.ry ihiy.mtil I wintt n.v '  'Ti.nr..',v out of the; resit eiv irm.-l .;--���������. 'I'd!-: .^l'������':i: :  ������;i! ().':'J j.e-,1.1 .a Ai'.:-(')I.nTI?!,V ceiHT, ������inl:'  ".-me. o/ llie.. e.'.lel ������i/.:". lit f.KS-S 'I'I!.',:," HOST, i  Motlie'r.-.. l.riiiL' your )>oy._ nl-aiir iii'l -if ">v'._ !  tT.n III. Ihmn. vim e'*in"iilme'.-!. name; vr.nr :  ee.'ii pi-Ice.' Till"' eiiifiiis .Ml'.-r e;e) fins I  .Mt>.~-Til. JIoiii' Suili1. I'mils. Et'"., at ye-tir |  i .-ti price, if the-y 'lout I'liiif'-' lit you T j  u ill mirkei any alt>;rii.ti(ins r--ntire;el frt-e.  e.'oiii>;; anel ".'.^.iiaiiie., the: icoeitls ami  "���������;!���������  prle;eT.; then they vill ;?(> this memtli sure.  a i.iTrr.!".' ha Mi'  /frTi-lTT.I.K-COi.D"''*.  A   LlTTLiC (-OUOIf  A   UlCCKtt'COiro'H',  A HOHKU Tll/iOAT  IN THS': CiIK-ST  ON Ti!)*; liCXOH  I'NKfyMONIA  TmvVKRK  CONKC.MPTION  jIIK   ?  ���������'way  Tsiky]  ,". i.i. ;  :iil:("l>."  CHECK  IT   NOW  IV IT II  i/r. Mackenzie's'. English  ; Cougli Balsam  R. S. "WILSON,   I GEO. F. CURTIS  CityTailo  rr.  ���������TIIK DllPGOrST,'  [ :-:i;>;>'i'""il" In till- M('|i. A. XV. Co,,  ' HKV.!:i.'-Ti.'Kl; !"l AT I <.���������>������������������.      - II.  Notice of Assignment  fur.-f'.iiiil  lo tlie rroi'iltws Trnstn : l_������ee_<:_  alel a:eM;:etin^ Ae;t������.   -  .Xof.i>'i.?-i-r h>;reVy iriv.-re tbf.l l>'iilje;lja.re.lintiieai  of Arrov.ii.^i'l.  y,.i'.,- lien*tof..r.? ravryintf  on  i.'.'l>-ili..r.^ f.-, a  a;..-rer|-|..!ii   *lt , ArroMiicarl  tineior  tli-r nanil'*.'! I-A   lA'TCICS,; Iiu1"  i.y ei'j.rel  elatin!  thi; l.th 'lav e.i .(miliary,,:������'.<_.. af.sigiK"! -.all  h.-r  j.e-;rj.;in.| e_-^ieite. e-rj.-.!it^ an*! i.^-fe-e'ti -.vhitli may  t*������7\t:\/.':-A  an'!  ie.!-!   -ilideir O-et-utiOn, tinel- all  he.r rvfti ������-Hi.'i!e; te, "tr.l/prt L. Je>iiiiiite>:i of Arrow-  i le-.'t, ?!."-;., AK'.-iit, in" trust for llie benefit of  ] l.i-r erre-litor-. ,   " "..'������������������������������������  i   . The >aie! e!e:e;il   v/y1*   exeenl':'!   bv  tire  leaitl  { I,-.U;-iiit Jeihtel'in  >'h   'i-.er litli Jiiiiimry. 1������������,  ! iim! H'i !'!.'.; iii!'! Koi.-'!'; I,. .lohiisloll em tin; 10th  : ./iMinftrv, IW.,...  \ All i.er.ion.1* Inivlmi e-lKims against .Ihe.>:aid  I'lihiliii .lot.nnon <ir<; r.;i|iiir"tl on or before  ��������� the i.'.t!. elnv',( Kebrnary, !S������>, lo semi to. the  . rr'i.'it'-": toll partle-iilar-i of the: -sanie elnlv  [ '..Till.;eltoeeeflipr villi -In: [n'rilnnlar. of the  { ii-tniritr (tf hiij") Jinlet by tlieni.  |   xiiti'ck .1*  HKi'-Kisv  _"-i:it-nini: gives  ! lha'. ai'iertln- sni'l iHUi >lar of >*i.-l.rimry. 1SW,  j the:   Ino-tee .will   l-roee.-.l    te. , .ii_.tribute   the  \ a-i>e't-'   ailiooi;   llii^': " e'revlitors   wheise  elaiinfi  I Imve heen loetucel tt'llb   Iiii.l. an.!   tlmllie   will  j not   he;   re.-ipioi'ol.li'  nrte-r  sal.l  elate   for   tlie  a-Bi't.-i vo ellstril.'.ite.-el, or liny  part  thereof.  :o  any person or perfion--.. firm  or eorporatiOli  of  wlw.i. ������ el.ilit or elaiin  he yhi-.ll not then  hrtve  re-e:.:iveel m.tiee.  A tileoUn- e.f the e-re'litor?; of the 5"ai'I  [r.'al,e]ln-rolii^'!on v.-Ill -be helo" at the olfiee of  Ilarvev \<7 .Mi'i;;������rti'r. ,Mi.!'...ih Kank Bloclc,  Jtevulste.ki", H.(,*".. on Weilne<elay. February 1st.  ls'..'i at 2 o'e-loek iii the afternoon.  Iiateel ftt Itevelstoke. i>. C the !8th elay of  Jnminry, A.U., 3S������.  UKO. S. McCAI'.TER.  .-"olici'.ir for iiie above nnaicel Trustee.  Notice of Application  NOTICE IS lll__lt.~l"Y GIVEN tlmt application  will bo in ml o to tliu l.eiel-latlvu Assembly of  llio I'rovinee of lliilisli Colninhlii, at lis "noxt  session for an. Act liieorporallng. tlio I'ritish  Col nm bin UleetriealSiipplvConiiinuv, I.imitorl.  Thu objects for wliich llio G'uninanv is to bo  established anil Ihe rights nnil powers sought  to bo ae.)iilruil nro ns follows:  1st.���������Tlio  power by     _     _. _. _ ���������.   ...  ihu purchase of water reeonls or water prtvf-  ih'nes for nnel the iipjillenllon of sueh  water anil water power to air or nnv of lhu  purpose.* anil in tho nuuuior or motlioila  following:  (al Foi- roinlvrliii; walor nnel wnlor power  avnllalilo for use, application and distribution ,  by orcctlii). iliiius, Inereaslii); the liuml of water  in any existing boely of water, or exioiiitlng  lhe urea thereot: iliverlliiK llio wnlers nt nnv  .s'.r.'iiin, piiuil or h-.ku inlo nnv oilier ehiinuc'l  or i-hiinnels! Jiiyins; or crculhiK any lino of  llunie, pipe or wire; ennslrueilnijiiiiv rneewav,  reservoirs, uqueiliiel. well" wheel, bnllillni; or  othei" ereetliui oi-work wlileh maybe requlroil  lu eoiineeilon with tliu Improvement nml uro  of tin. Hiil.l wnler anil water power; or hv  ullcrlutr, renewing, e.Menilluj.'. Iniprovtiifr,  repalrlim-or innlniiilulni; any sueh: work or  nny pnrt Iberi'of. .     .:  (W The use of wnler or wnler power for  liyilriiiilli. mining purposes, for K'Miural lrri-  L-alion purposes wllliln anv part of tlie I'rov-  lueu en lirlllsli Ooluiiibin; mill Ior milling,'  mnmif.ii'turtiic, linluslrinl nml ���������-, iiiochnnleal  pi'.rpeiMes, oilier.. limn lho L'C-neriitlon of  eleetrlelty.:  '..;. *.",������������������  (e0 l"Oi- proelui'liiB niiy form ot power nnel  for proiliieim: aiul ueuorniinij eloetrieilv for  tho purpejso of liyhl, lieat nn1.! power., y        _    .   .:  fi!)   I'oi" conslruetiui;, VperalitiR and mniu-  laliiiii^' cleclrle we.ivl,"3, poiver lioiis&i, goner-'"  ntliiB plant   ami sinili   olher - npplinneus  nml  eonve.nieiiees as are neeessarv anel proper for  the KOiiei-atiiiK of eleetrlclly or eleetrie power _������������������  or any other form of eluvelojieit power,, anel for  transmitting the same to bu useelby the power "'  company or by persons or companies contract-'",'?  mi,'with, the .power companv therefore  as u'���������:���������������������������:  -.  motive   power for   lhe  operation" of motors,  iiiueililiiory, or olnmrli: Miilitini; or other works;    ���������  or to ho .supplieel. by  the  power ' eompiinv lo  consumers for.lientlng' or as a motive peiwer  for 'propelling traniwnvs; or for.ilrlvlnjs,  haul-  -  ing,    lifling,   puinpiiiit,   Hcli'tlng,    crushing,'-'';  .smoliliiK,'.:ilrllluiK   and.; uiIIIIiik;   or. fornnv . .  other operations tOAvhiehil mny he aelnpteel*; ���������'-.""  or io lie useel or npplieil: for? or in connection??  with any other purposes for Which eleetrlelty:?:  or electric power, iuay: ho applied, or. required. ������������������"'  (���������_���������): For ���������placliHr.'.'.slii-liii,','.? laying,r'n'tfliig ?'���������-:?''''  ninintaiulu.:    aiul'   repnirinu   olcelriu-lines, .,--  neeuiimlntors, storage hntleries,electric cables,   "-���������:  mains,  winy,  pipes,.: sivitehes,  connections, y  briiuehes, eleetrie: motors,: elvnaiuos, engines,    '=;',  niaehlues or other apparaliis.or devlites;   cuts,," '  ilrniiis, water.courses,, pipes,' polos, lnilliilngs  inul other crei-Uons anel* works; anil ereeting, '  nnel plneing any .eleetrie .line,' cable,   niiiin',���������'-"_- ,  wire, or  other  eleeirle :?iip|iarntus  above or,  y  below firountl. ? : r.-.i::-���������::.  If): ejonstniolinic. eeiiil'piiliig.?operalliig and f: ?  nininlainlng eleetrie citblosorothcr trainwaya,' '��������� ?  or streeL rnilwnys for the convoynmie of puss-?; _??  engers Kiul.frelieht;. tronsirueting, -oquippiiig,: ??> '  onernlingnnd luainliiining telegraph and tele- ."?  phono systems and lines?:: ,;���������:������������������;;.;- ���������:,���������:?; ,;a _;:, ;y-:^?y,y  : e^i ?'riib?siipplyini. of eoinpicsscel ��������� air,-^ elec-;},:���������:'���������'���������  Irlejity, .electric power or inny .oilier .. foriuot.; ??  dovelopeel power .to?customers; fur any :phrT ''.?���������',  poses for which eonipressedair; eleetrie power .;?-.,--  or any other form of "eloveloped power:'may ������������������':'������������������.'���������'?  be iipi.iliuU.o.i" required, rf ?,;??,?-?,?;y??:,777.77::?:^,??:?-??  :?2ii'.i.���������To .supply ii Ir for.'or ill ceiiiiiee'tioii with -. '���������'���������:':  refrigerators,;eoh.l,stornge,:ventlliil,ioii, cooling ???  purposes an.l othei"; like purposes; l.to utilize:.-??-  air In tlie man ti faetu re'of Ice-nnel iu,about all -.:,'���������  other purposes to which air,-:liot,:oi"icolel,-i5 or;:?:;??  in ay: bo-applied;::.?":'?'y^.:_?.?y::~y*^  ,? "Irel.���������To?develop:'.water: power;'?(6?convert?nv������������������.'���������  sueh Aviiter,power, iiito.-coihpresseiliilr;-to; :'���������  distribute such compressed nir throtigli 'pipes,??.?;?.?  Llines and condu!Is; und;to npplv such com-:?";;:  'iirc.iie'eil air. |.o the drlving.of percussion, drills, 7������������������"���������:  hoists, engines nnd'al! kinds ot:innehinory.?;:-;*?.:::': 77  ,;--ltli.���������To'nvtil! Itself of nud. have?? Iiiild,vexor-;': -77  eise-anet?on.loy. all the rights," powers,?privi-v ':������������������:  lege-s, ndvnniagos, i.rlorliies ami linniiiiiitlos In "yy-  and by Parts IV'aiul.VI or thu ''Water: Uliiuses:; -  Cousoliii.iiioii Aer,lS97,!',ci-eatoel, provided anil; V?,  . eon furred,' ..or -wh ich , hereafter, luayiby., nnv:'?:"  iiinoni! nieii tst hereto, Ijoerented,-provided und , ?  ..conferred.; y":'?"-?y ;?.���������::,,,?'?iy.5-*y"yyy:y;;?y,, :,;>??-���������:?;.';;?;  '-,"0th";--To'*r.vh!l tt>:e)IIof.niiillnivo,1:holel, bxer--:'"-'^':  e-.lke aiid ti'ijoy all lho"rishta." powers,? privi-;,:-',-  . legos,?: nel van tage.,;: priori t lerf nnd :iininunities ::V  cri'i'itcd, provided and conferred in and by the. y;  ";Compiin'Iiiii' Ola uses Aci, 1R!)7���������" or anv section"?'i'i  or:seellbns thereof;eir;which in!ijvherdaltcr,',bv-  niiy iiiiie.'ttdnieii I'tlioreto/ibo.croiilodjiprovidcil:.'?'?;'  and.conferred.:,.?,.',:.: i,;.,:;;:?>?yy:, _?y.?;y^ y??y:y:;;;yy  '' Gth.���������-Td?Si'bn5lructi;,]naiiitaiit;nn.i:::oporfttn;i-.���������':..  trnmways, street ::-.-nlhvavs '.ami' : lelenlione ?,-"���������'  systems, jy," I Hi in:? tho ��������� ::I'i"Ovrnee?rof: ..liriliali?:;.?  Columbia.;? y.'"y,?'y?:? ;���������;";:', ?:';;:'?.?::.;?':?;"?:;??.::?::??;?".;'���������;;'?  ?,.7th.���������fi*b~p'i'.reha:,e.'.leii:*i\ o v. ox ebaiigi*?.!iire.or':',,?  otherwise, acquire., la n'i," proper tv,mill Kites, _: '-  wnler rights; recor^soi" other: Hte: privileges i"?  which ia_i\-si:_:i- to the Companv fcondueive to?,  ils objects; dh-ectlvor.I nrti recti vV orciipablc.ot; :"..  bccoiuhiK dealt .ivitli;;'lii,.'eoiiiiiieiloii."'wltli-:'tli'!,,-..-.';;i.'  Cbinpe.iiy's olileels, proportv or rights,'Tiiclud-:;::::  ihgillie rights and' frniiehlses ol other com- '_',  piinies with .powers of fti/uilgainal!t)ti..:;';?:??? :;?',:-,??  ������������������������.Stiu-^And'_for_.'.i-iy..''br-..,i__ll?of tlii* piivposes r:r  nforeiiai'.l thii^Compnu*.-: to enter ,:ipon' anu ex- ?������������������  'prejprliitd latnls lor sites, power - houses; rdnms,., ?  raceways; Iliunus.: pipe .lines, "electric,or', tele- irr  pbonepoit* -lines, ties, rt'-'.ln.-i'and such other. ?.  works as may be:ueee.������ary; nnd'to .construct'*"?  nil tl ina In lain on, nil binds so "ex]irti printed-or  oMierwiso ii'cei'ulroel.'bv theiCoiupany nllworks. ?:  buiblliues.eroctli'ns', Humes, pipes, poles,Avirc-';,;;::;  appliances or conveiiieueesiiei:cs'mryor proper. ?;  or which inny from time-to time bo'required ,  by lho Company.-? ?';-.;;��������� rr  -:;? *-v:_:-?'?.'���������:���������, :  :~uh.���������And to open ami break up the .soil ftiid;:;;  paveiiiciits :of, roads, .streotc.highivttys.' nnel ': :_  bridges for the purposes afo?'esaid. ?��������� ;, ,:";���������,:::;;::.:.?::  ,lUtn.���������And.to,do all such olher things ns?are ��������� _  inci'len In l,ot- conduct vo? to the attainment ,ot ';  thi. above objects anel foiyall. sueh .powers?as'?.:.;;  innv Iieiieee-sarv Iivtlie promises??, ::���������.:? "' :--:���������:-' :;.?  S=l)iilt-.eUa.t=! !io-al Uy;oM".6w.lau<Ut!iis=Il!lh HajotMs^  Oeeembe;-, ISilB.'-   ?    '::, :'? ?:-'-?; :.������������������-:?:���������':-?  . i?? "5"     ,y   riAXA" A.H?\ Ml lyrON,?:, :;:'-'?:.::;?;  ���������"'���������:���������'-..'"': - "-    '::'.Solicitors tor Applicants.   .  9.1-100-fit '..?:., ��������� ���������: ���������=:."?':;::_?"::   '.:���������.. r...rrr: ?:?- ���������:', _;:??:..?:?:?  It.)  ;;;FAYETTE BUKER;? y  Firo, Life, Accident, '.Loaning and; Investment A sent;  ?...:.. $40,000 to.Loan  On Revclstoka Reial Estate  ,,?... _ 'Property-, ���������  c������'-  ���������=iii  m  ,!~~i*l  Si  BI'  ''DRAYIiai5  Spocitil Kig for -Moving -Furnittiro-  PETTI?!ECE & VAN  ?       I'KOfltllCTOi:"!.1 ~ y  Gooei'.Drv Hare! Wood For Sale ,.'.  ;:?'���������?;'yy;"?'-''Hotel?'"LicenseUU fU'if.  :'":T;OTICE:i������ lIEitKBYrGI\T!N;biat thirty .  days from datehereof I Intend to applv: to the"-'  Stipundiary: -Mngistrnte   for   the   -Kevelstoke;  Rldinir of West,-Koolenay  for  permission "to?  sell llejr.ors by retail at my hotel in Kevelstoke;  ,    .\ ;"   :;? "7 :;,:?;.: ~"OHI~~tTCAYLEY. ���������������������������'  ���������-.'Dateil at Itevelitoke, Jan. Mth, 1S99.'-   ,",    ~  ���������   ^���������^r^'..-.r^^5-^-^^<&iJl_3--li_i___A_.  Undertaking and Embalming  R.  Howson & Co.,  Mnckcnzte Ave.???  Wholesale ar.d Retail Dealer in l-'urmture  ?gHD.r.B>?RCBceaEi.>..u.3.Bi,.BaiiinG.i!.Bl,ijE_i:iii!_i:B_cisiii*ai '.  s "   .     " .  "  ������������������     cj ���������'..���������* ��������� s  '\'i   ;      Ferguson, B-C-  ;       I'  ��������� Iiissii -laeommot-ationin..ihe?|  ;!?'     .fiaudeaa. Digtoiet. 'r'U\I  tH  jfi,,   e.ooei nrv i  WSi.-C       _������������������_   '        "  ^orr,nromiifrfijti  %*JTMl!ffi1!iffl!Bffllif!aS2MB^i  Revelstoke Sash & Boor  : --H^ Factory:?  SK."   ������-""���������  ���������Muniifnctiirers of Eliel Dealers In  Sash.iJDoor-s TiirninBs.Plititlis,'Corner  Bleicks.  Jlouldintrs   of  all   kinds.  Fancy Cables anei Verandah work!  Brackets of every description iriadei  lo order.   Stoie and office Fitt.ines.  Window Frames, with Sash fitted  a special tv.  All the latest maeliinery.     Pry kiln on thc  premises:     Call an'l cot prices befejre  going elsewhere.  SAWYER &;iMAJ.INTmG.  \ARaieS::���������'.- %%@������,,Pei.;:Daig.  I D. Fergusoni Proprietor. |  .QiBnBsiiint>tici'niaicaBii!ii'i>>ir'i-'B*~EniifBaEoiciieiii!B'ii''niDiR -  u  IE -FASH  i.y  LIVERY STABLE  Douglas Street, Revelstoke.  First Class Kigs and Good Driving and Saddle  Horses.     Isotbiug   but the best Kept in the  Barn,, .    ,  All kinds of Light Draying Work attended to  promptly. ,, .    ���������  TELEPHONE IN CONNECTION.  Orders for  Kigs by Telephone will receive  prompt attention.  FLEMING & FLEtVlINQ, Proprietora,  b-"

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