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 ���������1  &/-WVT] Zi<'c  /'i  US   t  u,r~  I    .'' f'l    -    ���������    ,r*  '  ^*'    t J        ', Ox  y   u^-i  -ISSTJEHD   TWIOE-A-WEBK- WZEJZDrfcTESID.A.'Y S. A-liTD    S.A.'TTX^ID.A.YS-  i~������--'I  Vol. III. No. 10.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1899.  $2.00 a Year in' Adva'iYee'.  C.B.Humc  Co.  We have decided  to   drop our  Dry Goods  , Line        \\  ,Uatil We, Have More RoonTat  "'"-** ' I - ������ '   '.s     I  our disposal,  And in order to dear it out at once   ,  To Make Room  For a Much  Larger  Stock  ii *"��������� , -i..., - '��������� ,  of  Gents'     L,s  \~.] Furnishings  ���������  and -.-,; ���������; '���������  -     *''', * *��������� >  Boots I and Shoes  We  Will   Offer thc   Entire Stock  ~-   " " ,~        -    f. , ~   A,  rCBRtlARYeHEAP SPxhL  Now   is the .best timeto buy when reductions have reached their lowest point and  . when eyerx effort is being made to give a grander,liniBli' to .the   February  of 1 SO0  '.    tlianany pf-its'prcdeeoFsors. The special barga.ns tb bo'offered  to-ihorrow will  make'tlungs"rU veiy all  Over  the store-   every one of them priced .witli the sole  object, ol turning them into money  REMARKABLE. SALE  OF BRESS  G90DS  The Dress Goods chief|has determined to make'a clean'sweep of all wintci* dress  htnffs and is using desperate means to accomplish -his-.object, in the way of price  rcduciug. To-morrow hundreds of yards of beautiful, stylish and choice materials  go on sale at prices wliich for, lowness has;never before been equalled.  tf J_   -  ���������  -Dress .Goods..  \l_lic ajnnl     Incpu-.c-. of ilu >s, mtitcrlnl,  plain   I'fieelo   nU   i'.\quihiti'-gooeU that are  ;;oinl   viluc  at '".'ic  a  vard     The' lllg nn  storc'sSiilel'rlcc*   '.   >       ' J ..      *    ZU  \i."*ii\iard      'c\i'iitj-li\e viiuH Naij   llliic  s.'tyc, nil Muni,  rt_<uliir price 7~ii.j I lie r*n  I ltig Store Side l~ricu QU  At Ooc a \artl���������FIm.    pieces of   liros. 'ilalciiiil  enmprlslng fane \ l'.roe he-, silk lini-.li mati r-  inl. ami olhoi  laMiiniuil.le inbrlc^,   ill this  n������Miu'.������t)les, (regular $1 '.'.     lhc   Ui-fir  fcioroV-nloI'iiie jJO  At ^-je a jurel -About'O jardt. till wool I'leam  't.rcpou.    r.-tfiilni    price   10c. , lhc l.ijnr  . stor.-.'-.-ulc-1'rici'        '        i * *   , . OO  ") =< \ 2tacet Curtain Sale  Vottinghttiii  Into f.una'iis, full :i iunl* nn  "Long, g. ori j aitern-, *.ilc l'uc. - OU  Fine Lcci- Ciirtaiiisin prett-. pattcins flj i" ney  New designs for spring. jSulc pnev ~J) 1 ,1>U  Iialntv I ace t'urtrtins in spcually .nep-ltirns  pretti   bolder--,  lL'iulnr mine  %1   flii~"rr  Sale 1'rue    _. ,        ������ I .00  .!._White Wear Sale"  Ltifhcs1 Cor-ot fo\cr-> in WhLte Cnmbrir.   V.  t-JUKh ami *-quititi ui'Cki. i_\musitul\*tiimm(vl  TCPiilnr \ tilmi, *1 .'" - ''I he i*ifr Suuc fcale  Actual  Cost,  lu75  '/      *r2,\       ~  (' '>''  1       i     *      r       ,, ,  Ltul !(���������������-* rim* Cumbr-c ChcmiM s; oifiilrtr ni1. k '  rl liniMiccT. villi Kmbroi<te.\ biiocinl *ri  Value (3  TaiHi**.' FinoUaiubrif* Drnucrs, nmbrellH "tjiir,  hinicKomeh trimmed In cm- ������.ZL+{\$A TC  , broitlcr\, price rnngmg from OO IU������P.I__63  t. >s * t i\   , --       ���������, ������ ������  The Embroidery Sale  Xe\. Iltin.l Loom f;anibric>, cmbroielerv ciluing  open   work  patterns.     I'sual price 8c  - nie llig -store's sale price      > ,  1   '      ii        i i    ,     .  >Cciv Ila.iil I.uoni Cambric Kinbrot.lvrli s about  t. inches mde, splendiel ^aluc at .We      in  Hie Big '-tore'-* ."-ale I'm c . | Q  "."on Uiineiloom Citinb-ic i;nibr.ueler\, aiiout  111 inch.'-, wiili". special *. line  !0c , 'lhe  A  Hig^turc'-^Sil-ji rucv  .25  * i  La'dies' Vests-  If \(m don't know about tbe pr*������at* barcau1*- m  tl't'so kucmN offtrrod horo i-till. it -vull i#a\ to  <.'.o so nt oiicp \  Tu-IhV   H������Mvj    KibWd  Win ior* Vest*:, - c\tva  loiijr, vbiiito'i   frunt,   lon^   o~iu\cs   Ribbon,  iirtturul color, regular jinoo*l,J5,    Tlie  i������ig Storo'-i fcKlo I*i ice  I fiilio- ( muhtmittens ^ootcb Wnul  flov n front tuil:lc Itivth, lonj?  n-KiilHT i������������ n o **i 2"i. 'I he 11 i)t "^toi o s  ���������J-ale L'rito.    .  7,5  tion  $1.75  lillllem  1-1  Why we'Are Doing It  , e  Our ('lollunn riiru'ltvduetinn-i are,' i'lii' to  change ol llrand, ai after lln nr-,1 m March  ���������tte-ull nothing but  om   o������n lli.uid.   lice  ..alteration', anil delner\ on t������o hour-"'  notiee" ' '  Bargains in*" Kitchenwarc  l-itclien  wa'ccliiiihi    pailipulm    atlentioii  ,. from the economical housekeeper to-morrow  * e\cr\tlnng  for   houi-ckeepiug at M.r>   low  price-,.       ,  . >  Grocery'Section'  Ku\ lo\ ClCdiiuil Currants ISe pe-r lb  Selccti tl ( alifornia 'three noun llni-inn 10c ~  I'ure K\tracli*il Iloncv imsSTir ,  Ci-Mi'in'a-.-ried Tigs 1^_ ic. per lb.        " -  ralirorniii~-pitted rium"Tle  per In  1.lue million Veiled Raisins 15c per Ih  Kelller'j Marin iladc, Juri, 'Im: a.id fOc.  Siiporlme Knt;le e'liocnr-'ii-!0e   per lb.  McLaren's Imperial Chee-.'  Cro-ese i lilatkiM'll s iwsonod jaii'-i.  Crockeryware  riitt-i-n e.liaii.bi*i eittb, regular  ?3    1 lie Mg ntu.-L s "-ale 1'iut  S3.50  ��������� There, is positively no humbug   about this offer:  _ we  vmusthave the room-for- our  Gents'     Furnishings    -and  Boots and Shots, which are*  now  on   the    way:   THESE''GObDs'"  MUST^ GO   AND   OUR   LOW  PRICES   WILL SELL'THEM. :  .Come and_Ex.amni-   the stock and  ..^Gei Our'*Price_.     ' '    *  .   -  *  r,To Olear out  *     , - -��������� *   i*'    -'  Some Odd Lines  In- Ladies'  Fine   Shoes,  Slippers  and Overshoes, we aie offering them  at prices  below cost.    -A Splendid '  $5 Shoe at ?3 is only a sample' .*  Ladies'  Tarn O* Shanters  .   A Complete stock of latest design '  in these at large reductions.     A Si  Tam goes now at 50 Cents.  The Above cut Prices,' of. Course, only  apply to CASH purchases.  s      . * * *     ��������� ,.  '        '- r     *    ,        i J        1 .        .  , r W.E'ARE AGENTS FOR .  *��������� ������\J-a       X    I       >  AND OTHER GOOD BRANDS  C.B.Hume& Co.,  1VK0LESALK    -\KD    DETAIL  OENBUAL MIUU. HANTS  Haig  & Grsige  -  - .      Notaries.Public,  Sole Agents for        1  ^eyeistoke s"  "^-'"'Towiisite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE' INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM '&. SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taj lor B!oc_, McKcnrie A\c    UoielnloucSta  1   *J       -    '      Mone*. to Loan.*    ' - ?  W. While. Q C.     ������������������"    .l.M.t-cott, li.'.-.., I.I.P.  r.Mj OMtiiinu  ���������   , Public School Report  .The*  tolliv.viiifr i";  the imlilic s-ihool  1 open t lur Jim iv. 1 y : ^ ' 1  ,  .  . , pivi. iox '1    '.,   -  Cl.iasV.���������1st. Ev.iLiiitrY 2-icI, B:elitii  Fi.^ei; Hul, Iidii.ml Jolls  0!.is*--lV---Kt. Elvii* l,iir-ve������M; ���������iilA  l*"i.inio!. P.iget; 3i.l. Eun*bt Hunson.  Cl.u-s III-���������Ist.'Eioio Iliiiiiiltciii: 2ml  SHynioiir'Hillit'^; Sill. QueTi-ge Petti  piei'O*:"   '"���������-'   - 'T   *~3r.  .  DIVISION  11.  t'.l.i^slll���������Miiuclei HyiiU, Peail iUili-  iiisosi, Jut' MuiR.iti.  ^^Cln,s*,^llj^AjinieL' H.i?ihoii,*~ 'Kohi'it  Ciyli-y, Eimitc Gi-.ili.iin. *~~-  Ol.isis 1���������K.-it'iili'i".i FiMber, Ul'Iuiv  Dicki'j". Hiirolcl Biiiiielm;.  mvi&iOK iti. ������  IJin.-i l.eifosei.i,  Isullii; B.iin,  .HARVEY   8c   M-CARTER,  * .-Barristers,   Solicitois,   Etc. ,  .Solicitor Ior Imperial Hank of Canada.  Comparv fundi to loan at 8'per cent.  Ufllces:   Molsons Bank Hlock.-  , r .  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  ,-   . ,'ROBERT. SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Diayman.V  Drajing and ilcllvcry euirkaspocia'tv. Teams  always read\ nnpliurtct notice. Contractnfor  Jobbing token. JJWAgont for thc Standard  Oil Companv.  DR. E. H. S.'McLEAN    "  .. , r   ,  Office and Residence, two doors east Cowan  s , lilock.  TItlr.D SlletET, CEVTRI*.        '  Niglit and Ray Calls'attendcel to ~ "  "leleplioiio connection.      -,       ,  * JAS. McMAHON,  fiENERAL    RLACKSMITH  Cutters. Slciglip. Bii?pi-?s and Wagons  *      m.itle or repaired.      -      , .  Gcncml wood woik n. specialty.   '  T AWES' EMPORIUM  *^ ������������������' 1.,.  TlI'Kn  STKrET. CWiTBE.  Opposite Cowuu Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods  in  town.  i$.  CONSISTENT:  The Trout Lake Topic on Our Member  Kellie and His Assistant Atkins  ��������� Still no wind finiii ." Ci-mii .lout"  .VIkins * (iiii'miring the lup-.oduetioii of  tht* "oiitr,i'������u*' of '97. , Itoji.n. th'it  the Mail's ielf.v of "tiinsisteticy*; is nue  th it ullowb of ,1 huge* uiKtiue of  ol.-i-.tu* 111,11 i*i ial. It would appear that  the pi'ini'iple's it laid do.vn regarding  the* inviolaliil'tty of tin* i ivil setvice,  niuat oe'^applii'd ' only   in   stuli cases  Geoige  LaugliOiiil.   _,   _. ^  Seceind I>iliiiPi,"i.Tniiioi*'L���������-Gei'lie Ijtiw-  son. Kciberl, Mc-Cfmy. Eldngc Morgan.  Tirst Piiniei-���������-Ii'iinie Hyatt, Percy  Coli'nian, Ai tluir C.ilcv.  . 11. Olii^s���������Ephii* Smilli. Gertie Mnl-  Uiews, Daisy-Mutlhews.     ' -  *  A. SULLIVAN, Prim.   ;\  Mips J. ISvvss*. 1st Asst.  Miss A. Siutji. 2nd ABit.  Narrow Escapes  It appears" that the rot ont nil unity  at Itnge'r'.s Pass, lieu trending ua'it  was. mu nucly escaped lic-ing n_cal.it.-  troplie of the* inot-t appalling descrio-  tion. The elcilrtyed Xn. 1 wns at tiisl  oidereel to Mini' as far as Reiger's Pass  and wait lhen*. Had not the order  be-en e-oiiiiteriimiided und the tiain  oidc'red to wait at Donald, it would at  the time of the aii-idenl. have been  btanding in the yai-d light in the path  oY Che avalanche \v ith llie niost teiri  ble results.  Two Chinamen, who were in ���������llie  car of a Chinese gang, which was  standing in the yaid, had a most remarkable os.cn pe. The avalanche  pickedupthecar in its onward rush  aud swept it along, rolling it' over and  over. * The Chinamen, however, et-  capeelwilh no worse injury than a  bad shaking .ind some britis-es.  M. K. Lawson.  Nomination . elay in Nelson is fixi*d  for February IOth and elettion day on  the 11th.  Dr. K. Mathison has. lcsurned his  piofi'ssional visits heii* and will occupy  J his fonner otBeo over lhe Canada  I Drug & Dook Co. The doctor, who  iis peipoualiy popular, has tendered  j the people "of Itevelstoke e\e client  ~.clontM service.  where the appointee t������ not an adTiTifcF  of the .Mini's pnlitiial leanings or-.i  eieatuie of the clique, in which il  wishes sue to potent. To save Hit*  Mail's private feelings we* v.ill allow it  a column in,thc Topic, wheu', itiiog.,  it c.ui'aif its discontent "it theiie������cessity  of swallowing its. o-.vn measured  principles. Pour old Mail! "Which  will it he���������lhe devil or the deep sea ?  Weathercock Kollie, too, the right-,,  eons, the indignant of tt couple of  Ohristiimfees ago. How hath he i'allenl  Lust year he was bwelling himself out  and strutting 111 euiiid the pl-itfcuiu in  Hume's hall, like* the boss gobler in a  barnyiril, every inch of hie wiathfi.l  body breutliin_< a challenge lo mortal  combat for the maintenance of principles so holy, lie didn't foul the people  hoie to tiny, extent though, hut in  ttovoUloke he gatheiej in a goodly  netful of suckers, even liis, to-woikers  weie*among the hiiul. How can they  reconcile the action of their tieasurer  in appointing II. Nl Couisier to the  position of gedd commissioner with the  grounds upon which Mr. Kellie based  his reasons for ie-,ignitig his seat, also  hia" desertion of the ������Turner govei n-  liient.  He said there we're other le.isons  hut they must have been infl.iina.b1e  for he woultl not tiust them to the  keeping of his constituents, and  neither he nor his' journalistic coni-  patilot, tho Mail, ever loosened their  grips 011 them. Mr. Coursier may  piove him-sidf to be* as competent .1  golel commissioner as Mr. Sibbalel, but  hoiv.-ilieuil theibe ptineiplcs? The fart'  of the matter is I hat J. M. Kellie has  no principles, tenfpoiary ones at least,  and wherever 3. M. Kellie's interests  are liable to suffer then "principles ho  damned" says John. We will go a  small bet that there is a lODifortnlily  cushioned aim chair, a pair of .slippers  and a choice assortment of tiny pipes  for our flighty representative in the  piii.iti* ofl'ieeif the golelVoiiihJlssionPr.  FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT  Of  the   Revef.nl oke  Board  ol   Trade-  Some Good Work Done by the Board.  llKvr.LBioici:. II. Ci., J.m.ill, IS!)!).  To the llevelstoke Boaid  of Trade���������  (-K~s"i!.KM]~x:   It   is   under   the   most  f.u in able auspices th it we present, nnr  repent   foi   lS'Jti.     Uiir town   is   mow  pni-pi'ioiis,  und the outlonk  for the  fultne iniit-li liiighter than it has ever  been bcl'oii'.  The iollowuig weie the standing  ceiinniittees for the year:  Public Woiks������������������ Messrs. Well^. Abra-  hanifeon, McKeclinie nnd Haig.  Mining and Mannl-ict'uring���������Messrs.  Otiui'siev. Cowan and XV. j\l. Brown.  Ft eight und Trauspi illation���������Messrs.  (^hapninn. Brewster unci Couisier.  Finance���������Messis. Taylor and Haig.  The fiist move tit the Council \vu_ to  (���������ive the Public Weuks Oumniitlce full  power to act. without consulting the  Council in any way they might think  best as icgiids the river h'ink p'rolec-  tion in oider lhat. this sulqccl might  receive their pionipt nttention.  This vitally iiiiport.int uintter of  river bank protect ion bus been piessed  em the. notice of the Dominion and Provincial Govei mnctits on eveiy possible*  occasion; in fuel, h iully a cou'icil  meeting has taken place williout the  mat (or heiner t ikeu up in some foi 111 or  ���������mother. At this wiiting lho work of  pioteiting the iivei bank is pt needling  npice, and it is the expipssecl intention  of the Provincial Govei nmenl lodo all  in thoir power to finally stop the dangerous enci oachnients of the* Columbia  , . '     ' '  at this point.  At  the lequestof the posLoffice in-  snee't or the Council  prepaied and for  waided to him a lepoit on   the   Big  Bend District, with especial lelcreuce  1        -*  to mail lequiienienls. ,    ���������  The Dominion Government-was ap-  prone hed with a view to indiicirigllietn  to alU*r the qiiiililication of surveyois  of hinds within tho railway belt.'il  being the opinion of the Council thai  the fact ot'Provincial land suiveyors  being unable to survey lands so situated woiks t hardship on owneis o!  mineial cliim.s. - Iti was,, poinded emt  Hut Dominion land surveyors are not  at all limes available, the neai est a e-  siding 150 miles fioin'Revelstol-e.  , Xnother mailer very direc tly ultect-  nig the weif.ue of the town, namely:  the advisability of obtaining Derniis-  sion to deposit cubages and lead sew-  etage into thc Columbia was carefully  looked into, and a committee was appointed to e it'filiate a petition icquest-  ing the Govei iiinent lo afioitl us special legislation to enable ns to dispose  of our sewerage by this comenie.ufc  method.  The undeniably pre-eminent claims  of Revelstoke. both as a geographical  and coiiimeicinl centre, weto adduced  as'a reason foi the location of a Kootenay-Uegistry Office here, but the  Government did not see their way to  iiccede-to.cuiiireciuost for its establishment at this point. ���������'  A icport was forwarded to Mr. J. D.  Giuliani, manager of the Gold Fields  of B. C pointing out the advantages  of Revelstoke us a staiting point for  their p-.oposed Downie Creek & Albeit  Canyon Railway:  Tne Board had the pleasure of meeting M.\ Buchanan and endorsing his  mission to Oltawa in connection with  tariff l'*gislalion to assist the. lead industry, and a motion was passed stating lhat llie matter particularly affected Northwest Koolenay, because there  are vast bodies of low giade silver-lead  ores in this district which cannot be  piolitalily mined unless smelters are  establi-heel within easy elistine:ea. It  uppeire.l to the Boarel that an inciease  in the duties on lead and lend manufactures would have the desited elfeet,  lib it would tend to the establishment  eif factories for the pioduction of such  article's ami thus pioviele a niaiket for  the bullion piodiueil at the smelters.  Having this point in view and being  con vine pel of the necessity of fostering  the smelting industry in Kootenny in  every possible way as a sine qua non of  the complete development of the min  eial lesources* ot the countiy. the  Boui'l urged the Dominion Govei ment,  thiough Mr. Buchanan, to assist thnt  industry iu the direc Hon indit'-ated.  namelv. by increasing the import duly  on lead and lead industry uiaiiufactui es  to lhe figures of the Dingley tariiT.  On April 14th the Council wiote to  onr member and lequested him to ask  the Government to increase the lire  brigade giant to "jSoQO as theesisting  appropriation was too small to be of  niucli assistance in the maintenance of  tin efficient service.  Thc Council endeavored to interest  tbe C.P.P."  in" df_vin?n>_r t*f* standing  water fi0111 the townsite Thelailw-ny  company weie also asked to ronstrutl  a crossing at lhe west end of Douglas  street in 01 dor llml .1 s ife outlet to the  eemelery and Big Bend trail might he  iilloi'ded.  The alnn nl piohibilive freight Lite.-,  on eotil e.i ine up ror discussion and tlm  CP K. wen* advised that a substantial  ��������� eduction in tliis d'ueclion would lien-  i'llt both the LOinptiny and llie consumer*!. The rate lias since been ie-  ducetl.  On October I7lh the Altorney-Gen-  oi"il was appioacbed wilh a view to  the establishment of a Supieiiie Couit  Registry and sitting of Assise Couit  hei e.  The postal authorities rerjuested the  opinion of the Bti.u-d as to the ad visibility of establishing one cunti.il post  oflice in lieu of the existing offices.  The Board .discountenanced any  change' at piesent.  The attention of the Min'stcr of  Mines was d'ueiteel to tho mining exhibition to be held in London, Eni;l.intl,  this year, and the Hoards of Trade of  the Piovince weie lequesU'd to co-  operate with us iu uigit]g_il{x: Provincial Govei innont to take **p.tce at this  exhibition.  The Btiatd is fully cogniz int. of the  attitude assumed .by its membeis on  the iiieoi poration question.  In conclusion llie Council ventuie-  tei hope that thc insult of then labois  will lie* appreciated by the Board; tliey  would point out that the vaiious matters dealt with aie matleis wliich concern the citizens (it Revelstoke gener*  ally and that any influence' the Bo.'ud  may possess has not been used to fm  thei the special iu'eiests of any p.u-  ticnlui-section of the t ommunity.  Ti listing that the  piomise of a prosperous year ,-.11 1S93  will beailiplyl-.il-  iilled, we temail), gentlemen.,  Yonis situet "ly.  A. R. B. Hbabk,  .    Piesident,  II. N. Coursiur.  '*    , -   - "Vice-Pi esidont.  0. E. SllAW, Sucic-taiy-Treasmer.  ROGERS' PASS TRAGEDY  THE VICTORIA ELECTIONS'.  The Opposition Candidates Returned hy  Increased Majorities '  VlCTOBlA, Feb. 0 rThe,_elettion in  Victoria yesterday lesultecl as follows:  Opposition, .Turner 1509, Hall 1131.  Me Phillips 1431. Government,'Gregory 1327, Patteison 1251, Stewart 1221.  A GREAT^ HEAD  Further Improvements to the Two Cent  Stamp^Designed by Mr. Mulock  A change has come over the Mulock  two cent porous plaster. I t stalled  out with a pure pile bickground, le-  lieved by h'.obs of led. The pure  white lc-pieseiiled the political  chas  tity of the Grit patty. The deep  crimson blobs typified tlio' British  empire. Now the ground woik has  been changed to a beautiful azure blue.  This is to signify the chances of Kootenay getting a decent mail set vice as  long us Mr. Mulock is running the  show. About the time the Postmaster-  Gcnci'iil'd undei-strappeis are through  totting up the profit and loss account  for the year, the color of the stamp  will be 1 hanged to a pale yellow typical of the look on the Canadian taxpayers face when he beholds the  postotllce deficit. And when the next  geneial elections nie drawing near the  stump will go into Humming for the  prospects of the Liberal party tmd will  stay that way for a long, long' time.  Then again changes can be rung em  the motto. The IIuiiald would ie-  spectfully suggest that the noble Giit  sentiment, " B'isiiie.-is is business, as  you know,'" would make a nice  selection for the next one. Because  all these changes ot the stamp iiiean  busincss for the depaitment since  every Btamp collet tor is bonul by  the inysteiioas laws, which condit'on  his existence, to h*_vc one specimen of  eeich issue, even ' if the alteration  amounts to' no more than another  d.iuti of led in the middle of Central  Afric-.i. It is stated that certain ainall  republics derive no small portion of  their revenue by eonstantby dimming  their stamp issues, c-ichchange* finding  a big demand in'iinng the nnthiiMastic'  army of philatelists. It was reserved  for I, William Mulock, tofoice the  piemier colony of the empire into this  contemptible trade on the folly of the  -"���������tniiit collectine poi 'ion of hnmsuiitv.  A SLIDE OF DRY SNOW STARTED  BY THE WIND'        V  DISPOSAL OF THE DEADIBODIES  *      - * .  The Two Little  Children   Suffocated ���������  Terrible Fate of Mrs.  Cator ���������Another  Fatal     Accident        new    _ Glacier���������  Providential   Escape   of  Gen.    Supt."  Marpole and Supt. Duchesnay.  The   Hist  through^?train _fio;u  the  east since Monday  .11 rived  on Thursday   morning.     It    brought*  further _  detaiU of   the catastrophe *nt    Ross'  Penk lust Tluusday. j   The-sljde   was  'composed o������ dry sno.v,stalled  hy .the  .wind.   The   station,  iniiiidhiTUsc" uud  iiuildiucs,  whkh  weie"' curried  awav  ' t I ..   ���������       -      r   . ., "    .  are sitit'ated between two slieds.'~>The  HViilnnclie cait.e down thevtrack  of  an  old  slido  from   the   nou Invest   with  -.1 ",     ..     .  appalling     foi ce    tmd     rapidity  and  binied the buildinss and imfoitunate  inmates without allowing any chance  of escape..   All  the   bodies (were   te-  covered   without    , gieat    difiimlty, *  except that of  "VV.   Gator,   who  was"  not found up to date of wriling.1" The  appearance, of th.*.  bodies  of  the   two  little children indicated tha*;  they htul  been suffocated by the,snow. " At  the  time of the  accident 'Mrs.' Cator  was"  making 11   cake.      She ','vvas 'thrown  against the hot stove and b'adlyjb'urnt.  besides   being" wounded   by   .>   knife  which 'she   h.id'in   hei" ,'hand. "* The  appearance of Ridley, the' wiper,   indicated that he h.id_.beeii stiuck'rt-i.-i   the  back of the * head. * He ivns in iv snvill  shack alone at the timeof thcitct idem.  Frink Carson, the iiigh"topei.itorvwas "  asleep , in   bed iind    was"  smothered.  The.    .bodies* " ,'bf,    ~ the"  -"Cator  family    aici to. . be    rreiHOveel      to '  Bowm.inville. Ont.. and'Ridley* is to "  lieMnuied at'New Westminster.    'Tnu  Chinaman has been sent to-Kamloops.  Miss   B?ri_;er.   the: waUres*.   one    of  whose legs w.is broken, wa^  tiken'  to  the"f)nspit,il'ul Golden  aiid.-lht��������� lale=t -  repoit    tet.'i'yed  by the  Herald of  her condition was favoruhle^vSI-..- ������a-  npstaii-s at th", time   eif j'tlu"1* ,m UleiiL  and vvas foumliiiudei lhe 'rorlV ,-of   tlie '  'station, the only poi tion', which   held  together.      f V '���������''.',-'   ,  s 1   , ^  . Gen.     Supt.     Marpole' -'and--Supt.  Duchesnay   owe 'their, escape ' from''  being involved in, the catastrophe  to"  the fact tliat owing  to some'trouble  with   the    engine 'attached   to their  special cur,   they did   not "arrive   till  afterwards.,    Had   they reacheel the '  station on  time the car   wo'ulil^have  been standing on the truck1 in thi^vety  path of' llie   slit]e:    It   is   also    epiite  pioviileutal   that  nearly -every .man  employed in the yanTwas away  clear-  in il "a tin-i 11 snow slide from tbe iii'iulh  of No -10 snow-shed. , Hael   they   been  aiound thejai c\,.iaUa'������a.l rh'ecata.itoplii*'  would have bee'ir^r^pfi eiCtr~-deul���������niut*e~---  teffib!e"iiV loss of life than it vvas.  The body of a Sivecle'killecl, l;y the '  snow-slide on Tuesday 11 e_.tr Glacier  has not yet been l-ccovereel./ He wus  swept away down into ihe.valloyof  the river and search for hiin is almost *  hopeless. He belouged> to J. Arm-  strong's gang.        . .  NilttfKC IN THE LARDEAU  Work Commenced on the 1. X'l The '.  Nettie L Strike0  The I X L, an extension eif the May  Bee and NetC.e I.,.'situated about li  miles fi om Ferguson, is now- 1 under  development. A'.coutnut for a 200  foot tun nul hiis been'let .uid men and  supplies are novv on Hie, ground to  prosecute the work. This is abuul  oneof the first properties "on which  development^ woik Iris been undertaken in .the Lit-dean _ ill Hiis early  date in the se.i������cnr, and'ia,evidence of  the known value and the confidence  the owners of thej property-have in it.  This season' vv ill .see con'sidei able de-"  velopnient work and whcyi .the railway  is "built the propei ty"will be listed with  the shippers of the FeVgusoti camp.  Billy Holloway, who li^is ���������' the con -  tract for the tunnel-on",ihe Nettie ]_,,  came in on, Monday- from Ferguson  and repoits" the leaTl* as ^bowing up  wondei fully well.' ,   .  He brought hi with him'an'excellent  sample of' ore. Tne - Gi ear, .AYestei 11  Mine--, owneis "of th'e Net! ie"E:ite to I-e  congratul.iteel .iml tlie offl.'-eiVc r tli it  company tare jub'.lant over- the new-  strike. , Th6 Nettie -L will ryet advertise the Lardean "as bas'the Silver Cur'  in the pnst".~ ~    ..  \fh*^: Revelstoke" Herald ������$_?  Pnbl__-ed In Internals o  It*. ������__&"_*___,  l.BlMma,   Big Bend, Troul Liki-  Htoe&ltwMfe. Alton Canyon, .lordnn  ___. and Ragle **������������" _>i������U-ct_.  (come crashing do-wn. Rome fell  slavery, Spain through  Louis XIV and Napoleon  through overwhelmingness. If the  new alliance Is to be safe, its watch  worelB must be justice, mercy aud  moderation.  A #������_-M-_OM.  .Proprietor.  -"~r������c___iT Jonrnitl. published ln tbe  _ at RaicWtok. uid the uarroundioii  , Tatam" ays and Saturday, making  ���������I ������BBa*otle-_ with all troluu.  A_r_r<___������ Rate.:   Display ails, fl.SO per  __!������_. _f___Tf.n_ per Inch v. hen in5iTte.1l oo title  __,___.  li* per (nonpareil) lino for   ; to for meh additional Insertion.  ������Aem, lie per line e_ch Issue. Bijh,  .ttuOHlk notloes, free.  ���������*ka_.i_. tie* Rates:   By mall or rarrie r. |~ 00  (jitmia ; Jl.ts for six months, strictly tn  #*rJ.I.   Bspartmsnt:    Ime  HeK-Ld Job  ���������*������������__���������_���������_.  Is ������������������������ of   ths    best   equipped  *    ���������      "    -enar. and Is promt  iH-  i~j*V'u������Urit���������aone t"0 small���������form    Mull  . d������r������ ������rjo>������iI7 attended to.   Glre us a trial  ���������a year aeitartW.  T# C'nrr-spoRileatj:  SOUDAN PROTECTORATE  Mstlil ������Aom la West Kootenar. and Is p  *ar*_ ������ uteitt all kinds of printing ln ni  MMSsiylaal hsns������������ prloes One pries to.all-  ��������� ��������� j*h M_ lartt���������aone t"0 su  ���������n__r. tTJtxvtlT attended to.  Siadeat    _  srelstnke.  We im orrcspond-  '.n lho RCiiornl  regular corroi*-  1 ua any subject of Inicrcst   '.o lho ROiiornl  pnklle. and  desire a rellalil' "'" ""  In     erery     lucali aurrouniliiiK   ie.   In all casos the bona fldo nam"  ���������f tha wrttsr mnst accomrany manuscript, but  not t_._wi_.aMly for publication.  Address all communications  REVEL8TOKE HERALD  Revelstoko, B. C  NOTICE Tl CORRESPONDENTS  I. All' e*rres������0-deaee  Titian oa aas tide   _..    must    bo    legibly  __ ilde of tha paper only.  1. Carr������a'������ondeaee      c-iitnlnlnf.      personal  r-ainr ���������>_���������'_ be slenea with iLs pr per name  ���������f fee writer. ���������:'.'. ,. ..���������.  ������. . orresponrtenee with reference) lo any  fhlair thai has appeared in another pnicr  a.ull fii-nt h������ oiroren for publication to thot  l>ajer T-efora it ean appeer in Thk Hbram).  SATURDAY.     FEBRUARY   A,  1899.  THE   OBLIGATIONS    OF    EDITORSHIP  In all walks of life there is no profession or occupation that carries witn  it greater responsibilities than that  of an editor. From the metropolitan  daily to the humble country weckly  the occupant of the editorial chair has  confronting him constantly the duty  mt Inciting interest-in public affairs;  ei holding up a high ideal of public  service; of encouraging moral growth;  of .fostering local pride and of pur-  verlng without prejudice or favor the  news of the elay in the field which he  ������l������ms to coxer.  A. paper'in its editorial utterances  ������������t print whatever its, prescribed  Selicy dictates, but ln the news department then, should be no discrimination. The people, buy a P������rer  wlU the espectatio* ' that' Its news  matter will not" be biassed, and in  dwencr it should never, be malignant.  "When a paper is conducted on sueli  narrow lines that lt leans throughout  lo some party or clique, and supercedes almost-everything in the way  ef news that may go to, the credit ot  the opposition, It is practicing deception and misleading .the public, lhat  fchie ia done cannot ba denied any  mora, than that personal abuse ami  ' sometimes* unbridled vituperation,  Hnd their way into journalism.  A most excellent rule for the exercise of tho editorial function is the  - well "worn one that nothing shall De  printed about a man that will preclude the editor from meeting him the  following day. with the assurance ot  a respectful salutation, o But fortunately where there is one paper edited  reprehensibly. ��������� there are hundreds  thai command confidence, that are  liberal, broad and helpful.  However wise and discreet au editor  may be. with whatever nicety .he may  f������*ei the peoples' pulse, there will De  eileseations anel critics. Every public  servant���������and an editor serve, me  pnblle���������subjects himself . to criticism,  but if his experience anel integrity ol  purpose point In the direction he is  Eursalng- he is a craven indeed wlio  swerves from the course.  The New York Tribune of Sunday  published the following from Mr.  Ford, its London correspondent, in  connexion with this historical event  in the Soudan.  '"While   British   statesmen     have  been  amusing   themselves   this  week  with   defining   the   stock    words    of  current politics,  the government has  been   acting   with   consummate   skill  in   the   Soudan   nnel    turning    these  word puzzles into ridicule.   Mr. Mor-  ley   began   by   defining   Imperialism,  Mr.   Chamberlain   tried   his   hand   ut  explaining  what  a   Little   Englander  Was   Like;   Mr.   Morlcr" retorted   by  producing the Jingo creed and by referring to the  chancellor of  tho exchequer as r typical  little Englantler  according  to Mr.  Chamberlain's  version.   Mr.   Asciuilh   also  taunted   Mr.  Chamborlain with giving an accurate  account of the true Imperialist under  the guise of    the    little    Englantler.  ���������\Vhilo these giants ot"   polemics   wore  splitting hairs  over words  anel  con-  vincig themselves that both the Jingo  and Little Englander wero extinct us  the   dotlo  and   that  every   body  was  more or less of an Imperialist, Lord  Salisbury has suddenly brought forth  proof that English  diplomacy stands  for something more  than  self  interest or commercial rapacity or lust of  empire. . That   conscience   and   common     sense     are     behind     it.     the  text     ot     the      Soudan   convention,  just drawn, shows.    Egypt's share in  sovereign   rights   is   recognized,   but  the power- remains  in  British  hands  under martial  law-.    The  slave  trade  ia   prohibited;     the   mixed   tribunals  are excluded;   the  "open  door" principle   Is   proclaimed   and   British   responsibility is assumed for a vast region   which   includes  Darfur,   Kordo-  fnn and the whole Bar-El-Ghazl. "England    now    takes   possession   of   the  Soudan under what is virtually a protectorate  and   enters  upon   the  work  01*   governing   it  in   the  interests   of  ' human   progress.1   Whether   this   be  a triumph of Imperialism or Jingoism  no  Little  Englander will  attempt to  deny that it is a tremendous gain for  civilizaioii."  this the executioner has to be well  bribed. The same process * as above  described was gone through with the  second and third men, and directly  all tho heada were off tliey were held  up for the magistrate to see, as ho Is  the party held responsible for the  pioper carrying out of the performance, whereupon he and the soldiers  returned, the whole not occupying  more than seven minutes.  MARQUIS OF  LORNE  the  ���������'Canadian railways, in the proportion of their mileage -to tlieir  traffic,, are giving their patrons better  facilities and lower rates than any  other railways in the world," says S'r  William Van Home and there is no  doubt that he says what is perfectly  true.  Gives Us a Stick   of Taffy   About  Reduction of Postage.  The Marquis of Lome, being appointed honorary Colonel of some  Canadian regiment, sends tha following  i>ii.t:_   c!   bantlinace:  "We, the princess and I, rejoice that  Canada has, as in many other matters, taken the lead in placing on record of history another mark of lier  spirit anel patriotism in furthering  the easier communication between  Great II ri tain and herself. Her action is most characteristic of the  affection she has always shown to  the old country, and I know wc can  always in the future rely on her people to do all in their power to go forward, shoulder to shoulder with those  who desire empire and peace. Wo  look upon our Canadian forces as a  strong division of thc imperial power,  and admire the martial determination  with which you keep up a splendid  body of troops, although you are not  obliged, as are the people of this  country, to assort your power in  many quarters of the globe at once.  The officers Canada has sent over to  take part in these wars have more  than maintained the credit of the Dominion. I am proud to be connected  with so fine a regiment among those  forces that can so well represent Canada  on  the  field."  GIANT  TELESCOPE  OF  PARIS  Unless some accident intervenes,  the huge Yerkes telescope ot the  Chicago university will soon lose Its  .present rank as the laigest and most  powerful in existence. The French  telescope maker, II. Gauthier, is'successfully pushing the work on a refractory telescope -19.2 Inches In aperture, and nearly 197 feet long, which  Is to bo one of thc attractions at the  Paris exposition in 1900. This enormous instrument will be too heavy  and unwieldy t be mounted on a pier.  Instead it will lie in a horizontal position, and the light of the heavenly  bodies will be reflected into it by  means of an immense" mirror, lt is  expected that" a magnifying power of  10.000 diameters will be, used occasionally with this telescope, lt is to  be fitted; for photographic work .as  well as for mere gazing.'  CYCLE  TRACK  IN  A JIOTEI.  St. Leon  Mot  Springs  , Upper Arrow Lake,  mrmmimmmrmtmmmmmmmmmmmm  THE MOBSQNS BANK  INCOKPUHATKD IJY  At~T IIP  P*UM VMKNT, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  92.000,000  -.1,600.000  PAID UP CAPITAL  -  REST FUND    -  DIRECTORS:   XX u. Moi.sdn MACi'imnsox, ['resident;  S, n. Ewuui. VI00-I'rcflldmt-  \\. M. Raubay, Saiiuki. FIM.-V, II_ nhy Aiiciiuialu, J. I\ Gl.KGHOitn, ���������   -  II. MAIIKI.A..II Molkj.i.  F. WoifFKiiro!" Thomas, Goneral .\I;ui������|for.'  A goneral banking business transacted,  rales.  Interest allowed at current  J. D. MOLSON.-   * -  MANAIIXR,   IiKVKLNTOKK,   B.C.  \mimmmiuMmMMiuiuiuuiuLuiutiuiumi&  BRITISH COLUMBIA  THE .MLNI.NG  EXOH.MG.E  FRONT STREET, REVR'LSTOKE ;  Best $1.00 a day house in town,   i" '     '  The bar i.s supplied with the best brands of Wines,  -    . Liquors   and   Cigars.  \  '-/  "Well Known for Their  . Health GiyiDg Properties.  Both Hotels Opeq for the Winter  The Arrow Lakes' Steamers Kootenay and'Minto Call'Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection .with the Steamers  ami the Springs.  - Good Accommodation botli   at   the   Springs -and at  -' ���������' -the Landing,  f '  ^SUS.HMD PropHetpp  F. JftcGJ-RTY  .Wholesale and Ectai! Dealer,in..,/...'."..   ^PRJLMB BEEP; PORK,  ���������MlDTTOiN ���������"JliNff-BJ-USJ-fiB  -Ex.  'ENGLISH-SPEAKINC PEOPLE  TRIUMPHANT  The      dormant      fact      ot      the  vear   1898   has  been the rise in the  A CHINESE EXECUTION  It is One of the Quickest Things Dene  . "  in China _  To say to a Chinaman who is about  to journey to another dislrict, "J vviil  see you off by the west gate," is nothing less than a. gross insult, lor tlie  reason that all executions in China,  no matter in what province, lake  place dlre'ctly outside the walls ot  the west ffate. This has been tne  custom in China for centuries. Wiiy  it is so is that the Chinese believe  that life enters by the east gate -anil  departs by  the west.  While in the city of Moukclen, .Manchuria, a traveller expressed a wish  tu witness an execution. Such an occurrence taking place almost daily,  on account of that part of China  being infested with robber bands anil  brigands, he did not have long to wait  before  his  curiosity was  featisliecl.  At'4 o'clock one July alternoon. a  native and the traveller hired csrts  and proceeded to the execution ground  having heard that, three robbers were  to^be-beheaded-that-day���������.-_   The new Hotel Great Central, connected with the new railroad entering  London on the north, is approaching  completion, and will be ready to- receive the summer 'inllux of visitors.  Onc novelty that seems-to be worthy  of comment is the large cycle track  which occupies the greater portion 01'  a Hat. This innovation, it is hoped,  vvill allow guests to take their usual  exercise in comfort and safety when  the streets are impassable owing to  it.ml. This is saiel to be the first ar-  rangemenct of the sort ever seen in  any hotel in the world.  Telegraphic Communication.  S1.2o per day.     -���������   -  Baths Free. ���������     Kates  Fish'   and' Game   iri    Season.      ��������� Markets ��������� at 'Ale vol-stoke,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake Cily, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in   low'ii.   ��������� :��������� Centrally     located  Choice ; Wines-,   Liquors   and -_Cig'ara"*   '  Best .  accommodation. Hates     $1      per     day  iBrown & Poo], Proprietors  -    ���������        REVELSTOKE '<-'  Proprietor.  Five marriages were celebrated  amongst the Doukhobors .on the voyage round from ^Halifax in the  usual way of simply shaking hands  and kissing. This was eloile before  landing, because otherwise- the engaged couples would have been sepal atetl and sent  to different places.  A   pointer   for   Mr.   Unlock.       The  Edmonton   Bulletin   reports   that   BOO  letters and 250 pounds of newspaper?  are lying at the Edmonton post office j  directed   to   parties  at  Lesser    Slave j  hike  and  Peace  River points  and  no j  arrangements   exist   for   forwarding i  them.  City Directory  (1897-99)  for 1899  Now in Course iof Preparation  It will lake* I In cc months to compile. *  Help i  aloctr.    11 will he -  Bigger, Better, and Right Up-to-Date  with main, etc :   city council, iinel.ill complete;  Hcv**l_.tGke_**    resource",   liili.iliittint.c,  huslncv.  hoiii'e*..'*:  In fact, the hanelicet hook ever Igitied  in Itr-vcl^tokc.    Pric*: .'0 cents.  Ailv������rtl������liij; i-Jtos on application.  s.  P. PETTIPIECE,  Hev. Isto^e  fln Excellent  S e__*___-"__oi__i ��������� ���������"',������,������.  Delivered beforo the Orange  ��������� Lodge, No. 1058, at Revelstoke,'  B. C, in the Methodist church  on Sunday morning. Nov. Ctb,  1S0S,- by Rev. S.' J. Thompson,  in a neatly printed 13-pai_;e'  pamphlet. .  There aTe more hard facts  anel valuable information 'in  this little booklet than you  can imagine until you have  read it. It's worth a dollar if  it's worth a cent.  Mailed to any addr'ess'foi'2oc .  RI P. PETTIPIECE, Revelstoke, B.C  -   Arrived there anel wait'iic about in  minutes,   the   solemn   prcre son   was  * Pnble* furniMWiJ with  the cho-fie*-*-. 'in- market  af_\.,_ds,     B. .t,    Wines  Large light bed rooms.''_ Rates . $1.00 a day.^ Wonth"y'' U. .^'J^11'3  "   --   '"-'"   '-S' '   "- '--J.-ALBERT STONE;Prop,' ii'for. *  HOTEL  THE PIONEER EIVERl^  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Trout Lake ri  . Saddle    and-.    P.eck  ' - always for hire.  Horses  Freighting,, an  specialty.  Ten tning   a  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every'morning-at'7" o'clock  tor Trout Lake Oity. -For particulars write - ,     ,,���������.���������.,. OCK  ��������� " ' CRAIG to 'HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  ��������� ������?T,s,e,.clire oa? of. tho=i- de-iraUle lots  i - CHEAP .on the C. & K. Steam Navi-  *. . gatiou Company's site.  - comes  thn rear 1898-'ha6 been the rise in the .seen emerging from the vv. at gate of i'  tne ->e������i  '������ _     ,. .      _.m_.lein__. thc outer city;     first    four     soldier"*, !  portion    of    thc    English    speaKing |ivRh  .mnWse bannevs   theQ 2() mo.o  people. The English speaking laces, so]tIiers with moriern rifles and tlxeel  disregarded iii 1897, are in 1S9S re- bayonets, followed by an open. cart,  tardea as potential equals in com-.wherein sac the three culprits stripped  -blnation of the remainder of the.to the.waist, with hands securely  oinauon   "     "���������<-    ��������� ���������,,������������������_  -pinioned   behind   them,   and   legs   in-  world. Whether the immense change eil in heavy WOO(Ieil Enable  in International relations will be con-|sto0]S which were kept in position by  solldated without the concurrence ofj heavy iron chains girdling the loins,  o  creat war mu=t remain doubtful. l������i Their  faces  begrimed   with   dirt  and  ,7   v. u __   ���������^ ���������rm-inr tnevi-- hair "nkempt* but tied up in a knot ,  it is to be avoided, or proving inevu- ,  'X  jtt������- ������as=- s^- ga*' 55^ ���������������������"-;  * Full Orchestra  For Lodge Rooms'" or  Private Houses.  *^\^  V  A  GOOD  CHANCE      HAIG & CRAGE  ,, . ,; _ , _ ,,. ���������. , Sole Agents.  Dont,, wait .-till  , I he* - boom-  our way, but,BUY/NOW. .  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  *\/[KTn0DI8T CBURCII - Rovolstoke.  '������-~- Pleaching aorvlc..B at tl o.m. anil 7:30  p.m. Ola-ie meelluic nt tho oloeo of "the  inori.tiiK Herviiie. Mil.lmtli School and Blhlo  OlasH hi 2:.'I0 p.m Wepkly prayer meetinit  ovory Wcdne-BRay evn. iner at 7:30 p.m. * Tha  public aro cordi illy Invited.   Boats freo.  KEV. 8. J. THOMPSON, Pnutor.' -  to leave the neck clear, for they are  not permitted to elo any toilet during  the time of incarceration.  The countenance of one evinced lear  at his approaching end, while the two  otherf. had a "clout care" sort of expression.     At their sides walked sell  able, la to be carried through sue  ce-sfully. Englishmen on both sides of  the Atlantic must, we are convinced,  remember and act on certain maxims  at onee of phllanthrophy and state-  irift.   They must not bicker too often  it do0c������_ Sotledl������lol?_ un^n.^^a^li!^ with long spears and trumpets,  in friendship. They must so govern I ��������������� !a������er were blown every now ane.  their myriads of dark subjects as ioi1'1;'"- ,,.,_.,.,  make them hearty allies, for it they Immediately behind mounted on a  do not thev will find, when the darKID,"*'.*''111 a huge knife in a seabliar.i.  hour comei that battlo with enemies !'������P*������ '"'err g������ "houUlcr. came the  1������ Hothlng whon compared 'tvlth mul- executioner. Several horsemen, anions  tltudlnous insurrection arising all at '���������om, waii ^ district magistrate,  one* the whole world over. They-|>���������"ent up the rear. As soon as  conalder the work of governing, a;haUf:(1 l,h.c s������'.(ll?'*3_ formed into a  strenuous and painful occupation. and.B������ua''f'- the criminals were taken out  not a mere enjovment, using thelr!������r the cart ���������*">������ nlaced in a row in a  best men In It, controlling them with (kneeling position: then thc execu-  ������Iaep!ess vigilance; and lastlv, theylIj-ioner came along, and placing his  must keep down the febrile Jealousy|hantl on thc first victim, bent nib  which suggests the policy of the dog ncck into tllR required position, ann  in the manger. If they are going io-SriPPine ,h<- handle of th<"- broael  fight for the right to govern China oriblatIerl knife with both hands brought  South America, let them fight, but if,'1 "P to his fhest, anil with one swirt i  they are not, they have no rieht and downward stroke .severed the heael  Hi  ia  ��������� v -  w  Thi*. tiisy sound like .-i j'ike, bit' ind. eel it, isn't one. We say it in all soriou������np_s A  in.11-. h.!"- but ten lingers unel can theiefor. onlv play tun notes on the organ at emce, aiiel  to eralile hirri to do even this th" notes must be very close to each other.  The Symphony Organ,  thn greatest invention of the age*, solves thc difficulty, for by means of it more; than  forly notes cm bo pi ivcel at tin- Mini, time, and thus a full orchestra can be reprcsenled,  '.nil: the -'Xci-ptioii of "drums ami cymbalo.  The Lodqc Room  :"it'!|!!'-n ly com tie*M .i |ii.'iiio or oigan, but how ofte-n does it happen that there. i������ no  mc mil., r pi""iil who cun pl.iv i h������*->i; in-triiini.ntH Any member can play the Symphony  And l hui -"ii|);i]y tin* imiiic rci|uii>*J, wli^thi;!" it be ode or march or college song. No club  r.r luel^'" oi ^I'cri't ���������ici'-tv should In* without one. The music played can be fiift or slow.  1. i.il en '.oit.-ir tne will of tin- jiUyer, and Ibm perfect expression can be given to any  eoui|ie sjliein All ili.iD=is re'i ������ned to p'ny th������ Symphony well is a tas'e for inuiic. I^o  k> nwli-ilgi' cf nejies is necess.tiy, anei the; price is barely more than that of an o.elinury  in gnu.  I'lii h.-.p. yo'i have a Piano and cannot pi iy it, or can only play simple tunru.     Then  m  (���������������������������UURCH OH- ENHLAND-St. Potor'e  I ^ Rovcl-tolee , Hour* of Bervioc: Eveniim  prnyur d������lly at 5 o'clock. Fridays ot 7:30?  bundayn and Fcatlvnlu: Holy Communion at,  <l'n!-^.71,rr!'.i,nK P'-'-yof ������t II.-Sunday School  nnel HIbl������l!ln-,H ut _:_. . evoi.inK pr������yer at 7:30.  Fi.ai Sunduy in tho mooth Holy Communion  at morning uuri'Ine������s. .    FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  J"he Angelus Orchestral  insufficient power to restrain other  nations either from conquest or settlement. The worst thing we have  known  America  to  do  is  to protect  . Venezuela in an injustice while re-  yadlatlns   the   obligation    to" govern  '_ Tenezu.l*; and the stupidest crv we  ' kaTe  e-rer  made  ln  England   Is" that  -_. 21 nasla must not have Manchuria, her  - ..natural eastern outlet, because British  trade might possibly be Imperilled in  The crowd utte-red a piercing "Ha"  showing their aproval of the skill  displayed by the executioner. Before  the headless body had time to fall  the executioner grasped it by tha  shoulder, and thrusting forward a  long wooden skewer whereupon were  strung some ten or more spongy rolls  made of flour, he passed it. through |  the body until the rolls were thor- l  oughly  saturated   and  then   returned  ito  ���������ito  the far future.      The English  speak-  It  to  tho  onlooker    wno   'originally j  ing people may possibly govern   hall, handed it to him. a representative o'r !  the   world   without   gracIousne_>s   anei   some  large  medicine  shop,   for    the  without  system,   but  if  they  try   to  Chinese   believe   that   tho   onlv   cure  covern it without Justice or considera-  for consumption  is to eat the blood  tion for tha rights    of   others    their] of thcBe who have been executed.  ioTHinion will  on  solne  terrible  dayj    It is needless to say that to obtain  w  Hi  ito  ito  i������ r|m( vou .vnnt. It is a little* timie expensive than the Symphony, but sec what il. will  r].i feir you. (r, ivill enable yi.u t.. pl.iytln- iucm.. difiiciill seilos of the greatfht living  (iiani-.t--, .'in*l will, if you wish it., r.I.iv.ui oeg,iii obligato at thc fame time, for it i nn  organ in itt-elf .i*>* well as n. piumi pi������y������ r.  ���������  We- have tli** sole; cgency for i he- e iniirni/K-nts fnr territory extending over hundreds  'iC iiiili���������. m> f.-di-r at ur.e-c to ...n e- de lay, Wiitu -mei jik u . ([liestione., and orelrr anything  1 mi v.*.mt in rini.-.ic or niu*.ie������l iii-m iiiii'-nt. . Our waie-house h������������ a very large i-tock "f  |>liiiio>, ine lii.l.n^ th** f iinous (J.-rbint II irii/tnm in v.ir.ous stylen, nn also the Mori id,  thn ({am. .md l.he KUiher to S >n������.  Graphophoncs and Records.  i Gramc phones and Records,  N.it" t h-it we, vy.ll make rt���������nieU of ,iiy H.ingx you lilee for llio Oiaphophonn.  Violins. Ouit'i i", Biujj  ", .Mtiiielolinx. Aut'ihmp^, CortiPtH, Accoideoii. etc. tic.  We miik" ii-pecrilty of p ocur ng music nt the shortei-t notice, if  it i������n't  in   HtorU.  Ti y ii--.    A!, utieio ihi_ paper.  The Alberta Music Co.  Centre Street (near the Station). TEMPEST & SMITH.  m  pRKSHYTKRIAN CHURCH-Reyolstolee.  Bervlcp e-ver> Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m.- Bibo CIibb at 2:30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome Prayer meetinit at H o.m.  every Wednesday.   REV. T. MK>TZIES. PoBtor.  IJOMAN   CATHejr.ItJ   CHUROH-Rovel-  lv   ?u,ke.-���������'  M"18   flr"it aud third Sundays ln  month m 1030 n *n. "*"          REV. FATHER THAYEK.  SA,I"'X^TIV)N. A^MY-Mcctlngs every night  *Jintho!r hailon Fr.intHtroet  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Hraular  mcctliiBB  nro held In thc  Oddfellows Hull on thctliird Friday  What Do You  O  Want ih Bhqes *  toVjVkC.a ������������a*-P������*n*������������^:8toe come.  _tS_te_.u_viit'_r ������/work kept ,n su)^  D JENKINS  ii*ot,^t_iriMio-__i,'8^^i^  M  T-be-'Vepnon'Sod'a  Water Wopk,������ . .  J: O'BRIEV,   PROPRIETOR  Manijfactu.er of Soda Wal cr. 3lriirer  Aio, SaraaprillM and all Soft Drinks.  A-J?]1. "J,0?1/JrePt in ������tock at Mc-  of c.ich nioiilli .it 7.3llp.im.  Iircthicn cordlnllv Invited.  Visiting  pire'e, K'i'c  Sired, '1'rc.n.tircr.  \V. ei. nirncy. W.M.; It. P. Petti-  nee.: Dr. T. ieffs, Fin. Sec ; Thos.  >_?Ci.'  m  m.  ���������g������*Sfv:^.*__^ _������*-*&'-ii__ ^S'JS^S^-������-^���������������������������^*jS>,^g*-j>-^���������-Sft'-S!1 ;S���������>*"-^  Court Mt Begbie,  , -I.O.F., N0.3461. -  Meets' in (lio Oddfellows' Ball on tho  2nd and 4th Fridays of  rac.n month. Visiting  brethren Invited to  attend. "���������,-;.  J   B. Scott. O. B."'  J. L. Smith, K. S.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contra'ctor and Buildep.  Shop oppouitc Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Ou  eed  Terms Oash  .:  f{evelstoKe  Hospital  Maternity Iloom i.i connection.  Vaccine;    kept    on    hand.  Ors. McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  REVELSTOKE  IRON WOBKS..  Blacksin-thinsr. Jobbing  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Xinamith.-'jae:    '^  Slieet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Sp-~_i_uy     _,  "ROBT. GORDON .  Revelstoke Station, V  /������>  OLja  COVERS  THE   LAST   SHIPMENT  OF DOUKHOBORS  SCOURGE OF SMALLPOX  Confined to the Ship���������Miners Frozen-  Hume Quits���������The Right Sort of  Legislation���������Sheriff Dead���������Government Weighers for Elevators.  Halifax, January 28.���������The steamship Lake Superior arrived last night  with 1,974 Doukhobors. The vessel  flew the yellow flag, smallpox having"  attacked the passengers. The quarantine officials did their duty. The  passengers have' not been allewetl to  land.  PERISHED   .  Vancouver, January 28.���������Three  miners were frozen to death in a glacier. They were overtaken by darkness, lost their bearings and perished.   -  HUME,  SWEET HUME  Victoria, January 28.���������J. F. Hume,  the provincial  secretary  of the  cabinet, has resigned, after being generously, treated by a local committee.,  PRACTICAL  LEGISLATION  Victoria, January 28?���������Tho "British  Columbia legislature will bar Chinese  and Japanese from all;kinds of railway work in the province.  , . GALICIAN SOCIETY ITEM ., ���������  Stuartburn, Man., January 28.���������  Guszcak, the second Galician murderer implicated in this' celebrated  trial has f~~c~i his case sent to ihe  High Court.  HIS . TIME EXPIRED "  Winnipeg,    "January     28.���������William.  Ferguson,    sheriif   of   Frontenac, an'  ex-M.* P., died yesterday. -  AND   FROM  NEW   BRUNSWICK!  Moncton,    N.    B.,    January    28.���������'  Peter    McSweeney    has      been  ' appointed to^the Senate'.      "*��������� "   *  PHILIPPINE    COMMISSION  Winnipeg,'  January'"28.���������The  members  of the    Philippine   .commission  passed through the city yesterday, by  the Canadian Pacific. ,  ��������� EVEN. CHRISTIANS   FALL  Revelstoke,  January - 28.���������The , RevJ  F. A. Ford, of Revelstoke, met with  a  distressing "accident    here yesterday.   -   '-        L - -      -   -  MEN OF WEIGHT  Toronto, January 28.���������The- council  of  the  Toronto  board  of  trade  has  requested the government to-appoint  official weighers   at the'big   eastern  elevators.  THE B. C.   STATUTE   DLNYING  ENTRY TO ALIEN MINERS  INTENSE COLD IN ASSINABOIA  I  -AND     IS  RECOMMENDED  MERCY.  TO  WORTHY OF A KING  McKinley's Instructions  to Ambassador  Choate��������� Gladstone's   Biography���������A  Jubilee for   1900���������"Billy's" Birthday  ���������Spanish Officers   to be Arrested  Washington, January 28.���������The verdict of -the court martial on, General  Egan was as follows: "Guilty ��������� under  both charges and that he be dismissed  the service, with a recommendation  for mercy or executive clemency."  _ WORDS  WORTHY. OF  A KING..  G. T. I. and   Telegraphers  Dispute   is  Settled���������Huge John   Mocaonald to  ���������_  Lead   His    Forces���������Accident  to   a  Re/clstoke Clergyman.  Toronto, January 30.���������A Washington .special says that the Canadian  high joint commissioners have agreed  to disallow the British Columbia  statute denying entry to miners. The  Americans threatened reprisals unless  this vvas done. Tliere aro eight  hundred American passengers and  10,000 tons of American fi eight awaiting transportation into Atlin district.  -    .    SIXTY-TWO BELOW  Rat Portage, January 30.���������At Eagle  river, near.-here,- the .thermometer  stood at G2 degrees below zero on  Saturday.  TELEGRAPHERS AND THE G.T.R.  . Montreal, January 30.���������The arbitrators on the dispute between the  Grand Tiuhk railway and 'their telegraphers have decided on an unanimous award.  DR. CllINIQUY'S WILL .'  Montreal. January, 30.���������The late  Dr. Chiniquy's will has been" Hied In  the probate oflice. The widow and  two 'daughters get the .bulk of the  testator's propeity. One clause provides that the coffin must not cost  more thean' flO; also thnt $100 be  given' to each of tne poorest widows  cf'his congregation.  HUGH JOHN-WILL LEAD  Winnipeg, January 30.���������Hugh John  Macdonald in a letter.to, a political  friend indicates his intention of be-  ins the leader either of the govern-"  ment or,of .the,opposition in the next  Manitoba legislature.    -  "-'      -EX-MAYOR'DEAD  Hallfax-.-January 30".���������William Dunbar, ex-mayor of Halifax, died this  morning. , He. leaves an estate worth  of -?50,000.  "ACCIDENT TO A CLERGYMAN  Albert Canyon, B. C, January 30.���������  Rev. F.. Ford, English church clergyman at Revelstoke, accidentally fell  beneath; the train while trying to  board the Pullman.Tlie carwheels ran  over his right leg, which had to be  amputated.-  - - - UNPOPULAR GOVERNOR  '��������� St, .Johns, Nfld., January 29.���������Sir  Herbert Murray," retiring governor of  Newfoundland, has sailed fot- England." Sir. H. E. McCallum, late governor'of Luges,--West Africa, succeeds  him." Sir Herbert's ' departure vvas  not regretted,' as he had niade'himself  unpopular, with .both political" parties  during his tenuie of office.    .  HUNGER     AND     SICKNESS    IN  DAWSON   CITY  ONE.      THOUSAND      LLAVi.Nb  BOY STRIPPED''AND PIERCED  - WITH RED HOT BLADES  THE KHALIFA CORNERED  Washington,   January  28.���������The  instructions  of. President McKinley to  'Ambassador  Choate  were,   "Preserve  -and -promote the present friendly relations between the United States and  .Great Britain by every means within  your  power  consistent  with  dlgnity  and the honor of your country.-*'  COULD HAVE GOT MORE  "London,   January    2S.���������The   "Acaei-  .emy -   is      responsible       for       the  statement        that     . John        Money  ���������'Is to he paid ������10,000 for the writing  ���������of   Gladstone's- biography.   As     this  "will  occupy three or four years  the  ~fee  is  generally  regarded  as  inadequate.   John   Morley ��������� Is   undertaking  the labor as a work of love, having  -abandoned    his    political    career    in  ���������order to pay fitting tribute to his old  master.  THE CATS ARE ALL RIGHT  .Douglas, Isle of Man. January 28.���������  'Tht Manx House of Representatives  'has passed a bill legalising marriage  'relations with deceased  n tie's sister.  PUSH~IT ALONG  London,      January,  28.���������Pope   Leo  ���������contemplates  a  universal  Jubilee   in  1900 to mark   the    opening   of    the  ������������������twentieth locntury.  THE GENTLEMAN IS FORTY   .  ���������     Berlin,   January   28.���������Kaiser   Wil-  ."helm celebrated his .fortieth birthday  'in royal  fashion  yesterday,  conferr-  ' ing many honors.  A SHAKING UP  - Kingston,' Jamaica, "January - 28.���������  The island of Jamaica has Im.ii  shaken by earthquakes.  KILL 'EM  - Zanzibar. January 28.���������A rebellion  of natives is in-full- swing la the  Congo region.  POOR DEVILS  Madrfd,  January 28.���������Spanish generals and admirals have been placed  under arrest in Madrid to account for  ' the defeats of the late war.  Comphcat.o.is Ov-.r Al.ua Miners' Bill ���������  Gailery  in   Kink   Collapses,   Many  Injured - Date of  New  Brunswick  General Elec tit c Fixed  Vancouver. January 31.���������The news  has rc.~e.heu V__eo_ve.r by steamer  Amur thai there in t.rribl. uesiiiuiion  in D.iwajii Citj. Hundreds are sl.K  in the iiospua.s aim thc nioriail.y  rate is auuormally high. Une tluu  tantl Dawsonues aie leaving. -  ALll-i.    BILL   COMPLICATIONS  Uttavvj, January 31.���������'the act._n ol  Bruisu -.olunitnti .in i.a.siug ti.e a 1-"u  miners bin may tia/u bad le-ulis, a-*.  1I10 American Alaskan in-uiubte-u la,\  partu.11 arly ac.oids Canadian, equal  rigiits with American":, piovided iiie  (Jiiuauians co the tame for ih_m.  EXCITING ACCIDENT  Sudbury, Ontario, Januaiy - 31.���������At  the hockey match here ou Monday  night the galley 01 the riuk was  crowded vviih.me.i, women and young  peopie. 1-very available inch alony  the railing in. tront was occupied  principally by ladies, and others packet! in close behind them. About a  quarter to ten when the excit=me_-  was at its height a sound was h<.aro.  towards the cjntre of the. railing as  uf breaking timber. This was la  stantly'followed.by .total darkness,(an  elect tic light wire being broken), and  a crash, a_ nearly the whole railing  gavo way .ana over 30 pjisons^ f ill to  the ice below on to the heads of those*  beneath. Iu all ������0 persons were, injured, more br'less seriously.  NEW   BRUNSWICK   ELECTIONS  St. "John*, N.. B.. January 31.���������Tha  date of the New Brunswick* general  o!ecliRns..has-been fixed for February  28th. *        ���������  ���������  THESE DOUKIES ARE  WELL  , Quebec,   January   31.���������No. s gns._ol  E'-Ckness   havo   been   notice!   ambngjf  lho Doukhobors now, being laulid at  La-jvlors Island.  \ ���������-    ..       :-  MAKES   A   SPEECH     FAVORING  ANGLO-AMERICAN ALLIANCE  NEW  GOVERNOR   FOR CUBA  British    Soldiers   to   .Visit    America���������  Carapbell-Bnnnerman Chosen Leader  : of the Liberal Party���������Novelist Dead  -  Smallpox Paging in Abyssinnia  Rochester,    N.    Y.,    January     3U.���������  The citizens of Sodus Point, a" small  village about 35 miles from here, are  greatly-aroused=over-theJcrueUbranel^  ing of a 12 year old boy named Williams by three'of his playmates, two  of* whom  were .colored.      The young  villains induced the Williams boy, to  enter the basement of the Methodist  church in  that village, when he was  immediately stripped of his clothing.  Then   the   boys,   after   heating   knire  blades- in   the   furnace,   proceeded   to  torture their victim.      His   agonizing  cries not being heard, the boys continued to apply the hoi blades.to ns  body with the    result    that    he    was  severely burnt in a number'of places.  The    cruel   hearted   youngsters    then  fled,   and* young  Williams   staggerea  home In an almost helpless condition.  THE   KHALIFA   AT   BAY   .  Omdurman. Soudan,   January   2D.���������  Colonel Kitchener, brother of the Sirdar, with a force of 800 Egyptians, is  besieging El Obeld, the last stronghold  of the Dervishes in the Soudan,     'the  Khalifa, who fled to the south after his  elefeat by the Sirdar, is now reported  tn be at Sherkiela, 80 miles south or  El   Obeld   trying  to  collect  an   army  from amongst the faithful In order to  march to the relief of the    tcaicreci  town.  TOMMY'ATKINS TO.VISIT U. S.  London, January 30.���������A company or  British "soldiers    will    visit    America  next  month  and  give  exhibitions  ot  sword, rifle anel other military cxer  cises.  CAMPBELL-BAN'NERMAN CHOSKIN  London. January 30.���������The Rt. Hon.  H. Campbell-Bannerman has practically assumed the leadership, ot the  Liberal party in England, and Is trying to get it into some sort of snaps  for the coming , meeting ot  nioiit.     He has had ' several  Twenty   Thousand   Dollars   Spent   in  Securing Election to U. S. Senate���������  Iusanity-ProducingJTumor Removed  by Surgeons���������Cadets Poisoned   *  London, January 31.���������The most important speech yet delivered on the  Anglo-American alliance 'was that ol  Arthur Balfour last evening, to an  audience of his Manchester constituents. After speaking of the intrinsic  difficulty wliich continental .nations  find in understanding Britain's aims,  he continued: '"But there is surely  one great country'.which by a community of language, religion, bload,  origin and even institutions/'are well  fitted to understand us and a. country  which we should also b3 well lifted  to understand.; -Need I say that tho  country to which I refer is the United  States?".   _        .- - . -.  DOUKHOEOR MARRIAGES  Shake Hand's With  the Girl and She's  Yours.  Mr. Herbert P. Archer, of Essex,  England, has come over to Canada tc.  act temporarily as assistant to Prince  HIllkotT lu locating tho Doulchobars  Mr. Archer states that In April about  1,300 more Doukhobors from Russia  will come ta Canada, probably by the  Lake Superior, and these will be followed by 1,000, who already have len  Russia and settled i:i Cyprus. Tlie  climatic conditions there are not favorable, and the peoplo have beon suffering from malaria aud kindred tils-  eases, tho result of the radical change  in climate.  Apart from this thore is the natural  di-siro of the "spirit wrestlers" to all  dwell together, anel so it has beon decided that they shall all coma lo  Canada. Mr. Archer referred to the  re-ports, published stating that live  couples hatl been married after the  sailing "of the Lake Huron from  Batoum. It was stated in this connection in these reports that marriage  among the Doukhobors was quite a  simple ceremony, all that was neces-  R&ry being mutual consent on the part  of the contracting parties to live together as mau and wife. "It must  not bo inferred from this statement,"  said Mr. Archer, "that the Doiikhobor?  Unfitly regard tlieir marriages. When  they are settled these marriages take  place at a meeting of the village,  when every oue understands what has  t'iken place. ln order to conform to  the Canadian law the Doukhobors  .will supply particulars, of these marriages for .registration. In general  their view of marriage and marriage  ceremonies is very similar to those ot  the Quakers. - ��������� , ,  . "All vvho have come in contact vvltn  the Doukhobprs bear' witness to tlie  high standard of morality which exists among, them, and it is hardly necessary to add that tlieir marriages  have 'all the validity from the point  of,,faithful ..observance, that attaches  to the unions of other sects."  THE. KAISER'S FINANCES  Some stir, has been created in Usr-  many by an article in the Grensboten  ou Imperial' .finances,,by Herr Von  Nassow. which was apparently inspired from high quarters. It tike .  cains to exposo the baselessness ct  the" rumors'reflecting upon Emrtror  William's monetary resources. 'I lie  Crensboten's article was prompted  more particularly by recent rumors  that His Majesty- intended to ask the  Piussion Landtag for a vote to ce-  fray the expenses of his Palestine tr.p.  and that he liad written 10 Emperor  Francis' Joseph, of Austria, -begging  for a loan of 12,000,000 guidon. in  view of these reports, implying tliat  the court finances are'c-mbarasseil. u  has been deemed advisable to explain  that thn Prussian Crown funds are in  almost flourishing  condition.  THE R1NU  Atom, ,'our -thousand men. 'wo *. o  men and Hddi ,Ali, the "Sultan's  Lion,", saw 31 rounds of exceptionally  gootl fighting at" Tattersalls on Saturday night in Chicago, including one  clean knockout. Three eastern scrappers, Patsey Haley, of Buffalo, Joe  Butler and Charlie McKeever, of Philadelphia," were among the" contest-  tants, but did not land the long end  of the purse.- Maley and McKeever  getting draws, while Butler lost on a  palpable foul. The best fight of tho  night from a spectator's point of view  was that between McKeever and  Burns, of Cincinnati. The men  fought fiercely every minute and McKeever had the bettter of the 'going,  but Burns was so aggressive at the  finish'that Referee Malachi Hogan declared'it a-'draw.,    *;*  Frank Bartley, of Birmingham, M.  Y., and Homer Selby, of Indianapolis,  brother of "Kid"'-McCoy',' met at 110  pounds. The first two rounds were  fairly  even.    _Bartley_ .punished    his  GOVERNOR OF CUBA  New York, January 31.���������It Is reported that General Leonard Wood  will replace General Brooke as'Governor of Cuba. The stern methods  of the latter were considered as anything but conciliatory by ther natives.  V. S. ELECTION SCANDALS  Sacramento, January 31.���������A committee has heen appointed to investigate the scandals connected with the  election of U. S. Grant, jr., sou of the  late General Grant, to the United  States Senate. It is charged that  J20.000 was spent in securing his  election. * _,'.."  SKILFUL'SURGERY."  Chicago, January 31.���������An extraordinary case of surgery has been, performed at Chicago in the removal ol  an insanity producing tumor from ths  brain.  WILL DISPENSE WITH KISSES  Nevv York.Janua'ry 31.���������ANew York  police magistrate has decided that  mere shall be no more kissing ot the  bible In his court, as a young lady  lately died through having contracted  blood poisoning thus contracted.  WHOLESALE POISONING  Philadelphia, Pa., January 31.���������  Sixty-seven cadets belonging to the  Pennsylvania Academy have been  poisoned eatiug turkey.  man badly"in the third and fourth.Iiy  loft~-swings on the mouth and in the  fifth and sixth had away the better'of  the mill. Bartley .was given the decision. ��������� . , ,. .  BURNS   AND   MACKEEVER  DRAW  Jy_ft $$&  ������_______- %��������� H Bh| el vX m ttfiSk .__  ITIflNOYt  OH YiW.  II Uluiu. IllS IlUiJ^  Revelstoke will Quintuple its   ^  Present   Population ^*  of 2000. V  -lovelstok _ has 1 cen selected by th*.  C. V. 11 as thu terminal point for North  Koolenay an;l Olvtiiuigan. It must go  ahead. Thc judicious, business man  *.*>ill  invest in  IMPERII B/\HK  OF CANADA  Huad Office.   Toronto-  Paid Up Capita. $2,000,080  Reserve    ....   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S.   HuwIhiio,   PiH������idenl  T.R.Me;rntt, Vice Pi-es., (St. Catharine-���������  William FtamsHv,   Ku>>_m juffrar.  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stay aw  Eliab Roger*.  D. R. Wilki-. Gen������ral Manager.  Branch.*  North Whs*, anil Brir.itih Onlniuhia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  V ________ courei  Winnipeg  Revel* loir-  #������  while it cm bo got on the ground Moor.  70_ will ��������� uy   iv . fi -io im-ine .������ !���������>' - 7 -inl S; block K', on  first street. 50  -  fee.- I y  00 fee"..    Oppn-iti'.1.  D. SibbaUi's lesidence. Easy terms".  Ints. an Uy HO .pearly, opposite Sampson":  Block II. - * '  ���������of  ._i.->c  ii2oiii-H-.il uiii 'mv 11_o ii'i  li'i't-f,    Tj iti .'J utiil I  $350 will buv ti loi* 25xl< 0, .... xt llie Front Sfc")/o<--t Office.'  $1000 will buy a blojk 75x100 on Campbell Avenue  $1000 will buy'a lot 2 >> 10.) in the ei ntie uf the business par  enzie Avenue." ���������..,-,, . v  $700 will buy two lots, 0 and 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite C, 13. Hume &  '���������-   Co.'s' ware house on Campbell Avenue. *    -  ' "'    '  $375 will biiy a hou-e and lot9, block 4G,"on Third Street.'' Five  rooms  -    bath room aud pautry.   ��������� Jj-750 down anti balance . to ��������� pay  on lot  in lO'years at S per cent. .'The lot is 50x100.  $GO0 will buy a one storey house and lot 0, Hlock -i'i. on Third St.   The  Lm, i*-'i-.'corner, 50x100.,"''.'!     ' ���������   ���������' ./-.." .. <  .'llio will,buy a .house aiid l'oL-1,; block J I. corner of James  and Koeifenay tit The house is well finished. Modern cunveni-  ence-*.. L*t 72 x lOO. Beautiful ." ituation.' Terms !~"'52o down',  balance in monthly payment-. '-' ,  -���������  0_ will-btiv.H ,'ibvck  frot'iting on Fir-1   Sr,jnt.ipositiJ  tlitt Impeiit.1  Bank.-   Siz- K0\l;0x75.    Corner Ooumuigbr," A venue   Mini   Fit-it  '   St. ' The U. I*. K'. hiding tuns along t>nV side.   ' A 'splendid   biibi-"  ness loc.ition. '  f'2000 will buy a biiMtie^** hlock-.50x100 I'txnitiug ou First St., between  the two bunkp.    A fine bite for a business house.  ##>jfj^$. iMfc    . #>  '*:}.  CANADA  AT  PARIS  Some very rich * specimens of ore  havo been brought to'AVinnipeg from  the Hawko Lake mine.  Lapponl, the pope's physician says  that his holiness' constitution is the  strongest erer known.' He 'predicts  that ho will live to seo tho twentietn  century.        r  Ottawa. January 25.���������A prellmlnarv  meeting of the advisory board made  arrangements for an exhibit for the  parlia- i Paris Exposition took place on Sat-  conter- i urday in the office of the minister ot  r-nces during the past few days witn agriculture. The members of the  various loaders. Including Sir William | board arc: A. H. Gilmcur. ex-M K,  V. Harcourt, Henry Asqulth. and fair representing the Maritime provinces;  Henry XV. Fowler.       .      " ��������� -T-  X.   Perrault,   representing  Quebec;  RICH FOR A LITERARY FELLEK , A. Z. Ja?dine; representing Ontario;  London. January 30���������William Black, n'nd W. D. Scott. Manitoba govern-  thc novelist, will has just been pro- ment agent in Toronto, for the tero-  batod. He leaves __25.000 to His tcry lying wast of Ontario; Dr. Daw-  widow and children. . son. of the Geological Survey; Pror.  WILL VOTE ON PEACE TKKA'l i Saunders, of the Experimental Farm;  Washington, January 30.���������"1 lie . Prof. Robertson. Dominion Dairy  United State- Senate has agreed to |Commissioner, and Major Gordeau, an  tuko  ii   vole  on  the peace  treaty  on   ---���������������������������-���������-*       - ��������� ---  Charles Burns of Cincinnati, and  'Charles McKeever of Philadelphia,  had an interesting-bout lately.-.The  men fought at catch-weights, and apparently scaled close to 150 pounds.  They came together liko battering  rams at the call of time aiid"hot mix-  ups followed iu quick * succession,  with neither men dumaged much. McKeever tripped ��������� and went head over  heels off thc stage Into the audience.  He climbed.under the ropes and resumed, but a second later went over  from a hard right on. the jaw, but  evened things up by a hard right  swing on Burns' chin.  McKeever went to his knees twice  in the third. Both men were rather  wild. In the fourth, McKeever took a  longi lead. He caught Burns' eyes  with jabs and nearly floored him  twice with'right-swings on the jaw.  He "maintained his lead in the fifth.  Burns fought back hard, however,  and was always coming. In the sixth  McKeever landed a flush-right in the  pit of the' stomach. Burns . went  down in agony and claimed a foul.  It was not allowed, and with a face  drawn with pain he got up and fought  like a demon to the end of the round.  It was declared a draw.  HAS A NEW NOSE  ____&*>  mm  Properties %  Essex  FergUB  Gait   .  Ingersoll  '.i_:o- e 1  -lonth __.]iu.������i_i n.'. .-' o    S''< Isu i, B. C  ONTARIO.'  Niagara Falls   ISt. Ihomu  Port Colborne |Toront������  Rat Portage      Welland  Sault St, Marie Woodntnrk  St, Catharines |Hnintiton  ���������Montreal. Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deporitt  of  $1   and    upwards    received    and  interest allowed. -"  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debent urea purcha_ied.  Draft* and Letters of Credit���������Available at ail points- in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United Stab-6, Euro) p,  India, rhitia. Japan. "-AtiFrrali _. N������>w  ^eainr.d, <*tc  (.old   Purr Ilu-hiI  This Bank Issues Special Recelpto  which wlll.be accounted Top at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts In tha  Yukon ank northern districts.   ���������    .  "    *   A~*R:-B.*H15ABN,* ���������  ,-     .*��������� Manngep.Rovolstoke Bracuh  ^WAIl VI  Mil'. Ii'srniu������, -Mivn",   Ilm- "  'b-.SK-il Gilt**, and Iwrelers of  a!!t!eaciijiiioii������.        .    j  -Tli������! i-ln*ii". .1 nml ljc<l Mock of  W A I.I. I'APEKS.lii UitM-t.v.,- ..-  1/il.cr.il  ilibe.-emnls   __:ivc_ii   on  *    .,      *       all c-a3li ijrdurs. -.-  i      I-.ileal -onlv ,in     W A i/t.   .'*  1' A I������, E K S   anel ,������olicil an '  Inspection of my stock.   <  Pacific     ;  Railway.  and Soo Line.   .- _   . _...  *,i ..    . ���������-._ __ ...... . -.-..-.. ^**--  Grogan & Go. are hand- y  ling" some of the finest $$b  mining* propositions in the jR  Big Bend, Lardeau and TZf  Fish Creek camps of North Sfo  Kootenay. Full particu- J&  lars obtained and furnish- *^  ed about mining" claims in  the District.  A big block of Carnes Creek Consolidated at ten cent".  Theie shares vvill bo up to par yet.  , /Vidn^v) to hoan  Wo a>*e iiRriiits lor the Erjnitablo Savings Loan to. Jhtililing A-n>-  ciatiou. No memi)nr*.lil|i tee No necessity to take shares. Nu lines  tor non pajmenr of monthly installments. Also for the Gi.at WV't  Lifelnsurtince Co '. Straight Loan Department. We can get you the  money, if you-can put up the security. '-  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST , AND , WE-sT    ," '  FIRST CLASS AND,.' U.   ' '.  TOURIST SLEEPERS  - , from'. "    -'  - ~  PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC. 7  ^.Quick^Tiuae.^^Good-Service,���������  Fewest Changes,    Lowest Rates  Tickets   issued ,- through   and  Baggage   clucked  to destination.  .DAILY TRAINS. '     ���������  E-t-it.  . ..'.*' ���������'"    West.  8,25k. .lve-Revelstoke-Ive. 10.50k  TO A.VI) KltOM' KOOTENAY POINT!.  8 15k. .lve-^llevel*stoke���������pir.. 10.05k  For    information,   time    cardf.,  ���������imps and lii-ket= npnlv \<\  T.  XV. UUADSIIAW,'  Agent. Revelstoke.  XV.   F.    Axdkiisox, - Travelling  P.i���������eiigi'r Agent. NeNon.  E. X Coyi.e. District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  treaty  February tith.  SMALL POX  ItAUINU  Cairo. January 30.���������Small    po*  ! raging In the Aliyslnulan army.  puty minister of marine anel fisheries.  It is the intention to make a good exhibit, anel Hon. Sydney Fisher will  spare no pains to make it in every  way a success.  Sergeant Freeman, ot the Twenty-  First Lancers', has been subjected to  a curious but successful surgical operation. In saving his lieutenant  from the Dervish onslaught during the  famous charge of Omdurman, he himself had his nobe sliced off. While  Freeman "was In the hospital Colonel  Martin, his commander, learned ot  the skill of a Wolverhampton surgeon  named Grove, in curing facial disfigurements. He sent for him, and nov.  Freeman rejoices in the possession of  a- new nose, and it is salel there is  absolutely no trace of disfigurement.  On February 4th he will sail for Cairo  to rejoin his regiment.  insurance  FIRE���������We are agent~ for the Imperial, Scottish   Union,   Qiueii, Cile  * doninn, AiIhs mul Gtmteliin.  LIFE��������� Impeiinl Lil'n IiiMti.-ni'*"* Co.  ACCIDENT���������London Awmifiit uud  GiiHrantee.  PLATE GLASS-Lioyd'-.  i GROGAN & CO.  ^8?      Address :   Revelstoke.  ejf      Office :   Taylor Block.  jL      Code :   Moreing & Neill.  J. H. Hull  & Company  -Rntchcra    and    Wholesale   an  -   Retail Dealers ln licef. Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE-  All orders in our line prom  Oiled   We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material u  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  .    Call and see us. "We can fix you  REVELSTOKE S\W MILLS  R������veIattoke Station* B. C.  X i-ru
IK ti:.-. I'-t ul ���-l.>(.'niil preparations
���i.t i.y tlu-i'uiih.iii Drug A; llook Co.
If you have It try some
of-the preparations kept
by us. We have everything required to ^cure it.
'Tim-result.'of the 'bye-election'"in
Vie.leiri'i is' most gratifying to the
friends of constitutional govuiT.iiu'iil
and diH-eiit political methods in this
Province. Tin; oleeteu . of the capital
! liiive prouoiiiu'i-i'l in favour eif Hie op-
by   ten   iiic'ie-iiscd    mnjority
Notice to Subscribers
As the *��� Herald" is now
entering on the third year of
its existence, it follows that
the subscriptions for 1895 arc
now due. Next week our
representative will call on
town subscribers , and the
'��� Herald " requests that they
' will be 1 eady with the amount
of its 1-tlla account.
THE CANADA DRUC & BOOK C0.|,T,I,,o,,p"y 1." .l1"'1 "ils0" !"T7\
l.lMITi:n. ' w'ltli (,!> Premier Turner al. ihu head ol
e*!iA~ l:. Mi! .iN.u.Ii, MKii-u-r. ! llie poll.    liis unite evident  thai,  the
vf.'KKXZlK   .".VI". .   !!!:V!".l.-!i1U-l".   STATION1. I
   'appeal    iiuuli*   .by    Alliii'iiey-Ciuiii'i'til
.M:u tin tiiHl-bis followe,'!..  to  tin: elec-
I'.lors to vote fur the gtivt-riiiiieiil. eandi-
ilato* on the gi'oiuul of' tlieir inUiiciife
with the govi'i'iiment.  w.is uf nn avail.
lCvt'ii I "ol. (ii I'gory, who  wiii  t.o  li.ive
1 lii'eii given :i I'liliiiict seal, if lie gol in.
was eiver 100 voles below the last op-
' pusilinii c'.iudid.-iti'. mnl tlmt in spite of
lln- g.illiinl C.iliuit'lV peisonal pupiihir-
1 ity,  which is very fiuisiilcr-iiile.    The
M.-irliii geiyernini'iit' put  11)1  tlie very
best lighl   lhey  lc.new  how anil  they
I hnve- bi-i'ii lii'iileu.
This   vii'tory   augurs   well    for   the
\ prospi't-'.s of I lie opposition in llie Nel-
I miiii tiding.   There  Mr. F.ivvvell is 0,111
I in opposition to Mr.* Hume, tuul his ad-
ulios-"   lo the   electors   in   the   Nelson:
______ ! indictment uf Mr. lliiuie ns i\ member
for the riding.    Hut  to ull  of  it  lhe
-       -,,   ���;.,   ^.^TMv^^vfl-jliliOS-  lo tbe   electors   in   the   Nelson
Addressed to the Firewardens, 'But' Left
Tlie following is 11 copy uf a letter
sent on December 19th. 1S9S, to Mr. 11.
N. Coursier, one (if the fire trustees,
by Mr. I'. R. Peterson. No notice has
tn'on taken of il since then.
To Till! FlItK WAItOKNS 01- Hkvei.
Gun'ti.ic.micx :
Since you hud nie lined for nut
building 11 brick chimney em my
premises occupied .is a baker's shop bv
Mr. McOairue. I have ..examim-il "tlie
fnlliiu-iiig liuililingR in turn iind luive
found llint stove pipes prujuct lliiougli
llie roofs in exactly lbe senile m.-um.er
,-im llie one for which I wns lined. Tlie.
buildings referred to are:
Malcolm Hoss lliiusi! ..".��� 1
(..'nl u in bin H11u.su	
Morgan's llnvlier Shop ..   .
���le I'l'tiiinedyti. town froui |swers Unitl here is biitotie issue in;fhe
.'���"���'-���.' ";������ '_-���?:( election, vvliii-b i."* to get .a goverhiuoiit
Mr. G.1111I
Vitlmi.i yi'j-lerd.iy,
���Ur. 11.   Mr.thisi.11-will   be
dental nltlto  iiiit.il Feb.  11th.     Dun'l
vvnir until ihe'lnst day, but, call e.-uly.
���-Now i-- 111.' lime to talk to L. A.
Viefz about that htm*>e ynu .ire going
to luiiid, lie'can give ynu practical
and reliable advice from largo experience.
The ii'p-.i.nr mei'iing uf tbo W.C'.T.
I", will be held in the veslry of the
Methodi-.i cliurcli next Tuesday al'ter-
iioon. Thn li.dies of the Union are
p.irticul.u-ly i-t-tjut-flt-el to attend.
A. X. Smilh has* received 120 lbs. of
iieight.il rruit I'li'imer. fiom Winnipeg, ihe IreigiiD being !$(!.G3; a most
i.-xoibit.iut. ligute. Mr. Smith is- nuking ,1 vigoniiTo kick anil rightly ton.
It is uneiei^tnoil thnt -Mike C'.ulin
vvill contest Noith 15n��.t Kooleiiiiy in
ihi- inteiests 01 the opposition nntl
i-.iiistiliilioii.il government. W. (.'.
Wt'lL is t lie government c.iiidiil.iti'.
ill liis I snppm ler leturned who vvill be able to
exert some influence with the party in
power. .Mr. F.ii'ivuH's atldi-cs*" points
nut very foicibiy lh.it Mr. Hume, as 11
government supporter, b.is not so far
been much of 11 "me res*, in the iliiet-tion
iiidie.'ited, and the IIekai.d takes leave
to diiulit whellii'i' this contemptible
appeal to ."Os.ippused entire ltitk eif political principle among the electors,
will curry mine weight in Nelson than
it did in Victoria.
In Xortlii-'.i.st, Kootenny it is leporled
that Mr. M. Carlin bus conaimlivl to"
c-ome out :igiiii;_>t Mr. "Wells. If that
is 1 eaily the case, Mr. Well* may as
well go home at once: and save trouble.
Taking it, all l-ciimd it looks very much
lo   Uie   11ui~ai.ii   as  if the eai-eei'  of
Tiie Ca-srade Cily Record is making
a viguri'iis kirk about the idiotic." mail
.-v.-ieni- in ���foice in .the Boundary
lOiintry.    U  also touches  "P .^J^ 1 yi^hting  .le.e  us  political lUitocr.U, of
-t.itio-.i  agent at
V.. C. 1-hh>loii.oithe London and B.C.
AUii'.uce'L'i"., vvas in town on Thursday
and worn south on Friday  morning to
Ros-s'.and.   "He0 will   leturn   from  the j has not been entirely without interest,
oulli    iiu   .Monday   aiiil   proceed   to I ,   , ,.      ,    . cm-,-,      ���       ,
1    - I but the elector, of this Province have
British Columbia was drawing to a
cUisi*. As an example- ot the. oft-quoted
elasticity uf the British eoiiaiitiilion it
Oriental Holel.
('oursii.|''�� Store	
Gold Mil! Hotel	
V. IJ. Wells' bouse	
II.  X.   Ciitustei's    dwelling
T. Stetul's	
This ia hut. {iis part inl libt of all lhe
houses mentioned, being on one side
of Front street. In view of the fact
llint I have been lined for having a
stovepipe pinjccthig from niy house
I think it i"> only fair that, the owners
or all the buildings mentioned above
should be compelled to have ihimticys
jii-L a& was, done in my case' and lh.it
at onee.
1 have also noticed on the street
between Mr. Coursier's .store aud Mi.
Stone's hotel ;i In ige pile of conlwood
and rubbish, nud I vvouid call yonr
attention to the fact that in caso of
fire" in thnt locality tliis pile; cjf wood
and riililiUh would block up tho street
in such a way that it.would ,bo impossible for the fire department to
prevent the> lire fiom spreading. 1
may say that 1 have, valuable property
on the same side of this .street. I
might also express iny* surprise or
rather astonishment that such a
menace to the town should bo caused
by'lwo members of your respected
body who, above till others, should
give good etumple to the rest ul the
townspeople in all things relating to
tire anil its dangers.
I nlso beg to notify you n^ain that 1
have altered and repaired tho stove
pipe for which I was fined, and I
wo,ilil de-t'iii it a great favor if some
one or all e.f you would inspect same
and b-iLjt.ify your nppiovnl cu- disapproval thereof.   Yours iv-peitfully, .
.      ' -.       P. It.  PliTKllfeON.
liiatpr,N*o Vuss,.I list Huiiiness, That's All,'
Thursday,  Friday, Saturday
As We   Need '    ;,;
More Room For Spring Goods.
��� - Sole Agents For. Butterick Patterns.
p ft
5>-v    ~ii<,    jr5i_,
%& y s&
h 0 #
t-jif    V*;.    '��������"/
'i^S  S^   M?
^ 10 ���*��
Thousands   of Articles Suitable for this }&
season of the year. ^
A Great Assortment at the ' Post   Office %
Store.     Miners' Clothing Particulars       ^
To Fit Every Foot and Suit any Taste
at mostly any price you wish to pay.
<* & i0 MENS' GLOVES
ty S'%
>* 16 a
The Biggest Assortment in town at all
prices. Good serviceable working mens'
gloves at 50 cents a pair.   Try a pair.
a b %
lit jp
fe 0 & -E ���
n IS 1
Post Office Store.
For   next   week   wo   will   givo   20 Per Cent',   bfl' all "Grnhite-'Iron
���White Enamelled and Tin Roods. "���   -    .": '      ���    '
We Will also Offei for Next Week Only. AlMOw   Eclipse   Hockey ��Skates for
rs    ���* iui;*., Tl,i- Thance     See Our New Art Souvenir Heating Stoves at ?2;/.50.
DontM,SsThTheBeStinthe'Ma-rket.     Agent Gurney s Stoves. .
"~','A:slluation-lii 'a,ih6tcr-siich'_-:svri*epiiig-'(ir'
vvasliing.-. llie '.H66r,.;',ligliiiiig:'. tires,:S3 elciining
lumps .-udr''driviii_''"aiirlv:IeiHli""i: ?';iiorsc.s,.?if
requiroel; ,;e'ii:oRGi: 1'l.icic, Coluiiilnftllciiisu.'r.-i
1,' 611 Ihe.ruilwayMriwk just biilovviTtiijpiiiK's? d
oliftiu iind iimbGr fliiirm.?- Ovviuir-'ftuv Itavo the
siiirie ?by;~?iiroviiiK i)i'oiierty?iintl''-ii-iying.:~tlie
uses 61 :tliis:aJvertisbiiicut:CAiiiily IIei'-ild
The p.'tit>S��ii from tbe wofkingmen
of Revelsloke lu lhc Oovei'mi.ent asking for tin it-.ei-c.iso in wages* on river
h.ink woik has been leceived by the
Government, hut nu action lia<* been
taken yet.
David W. King, formerly editor of
lbe Kiislci Kooteiiaiiiii, but now* employed bv she .Montana Smelling nnd
;i.&tii.iiic; Co. is uie buyer, was taken
.."to tl1ebo.-pil.1I lust "night siilt'ering
fiom an attack of pleurisv.
1T.<* services in the Methodist church
iippaieutly decided to rcijuesl. him to
continue his .sensational experiments
on sonic other snhjet t.    AVe are a little
too slow going for.loo. ?
Hon.    J.    Fred    Hume     Makes
Interesting Admissions
The British Columbia  permanent   Loan
and Savings Ccmcany. of Vancouver .
The ivpiut which the directors have
now the pleasure of presenting to you.
covering   eight iinel  one-half mumlis.
from April   13th.   1S03.   to   Deceinbei- \
.t'Slst.. ISilS. show lhat splendid priigics-.} .
I li.is been made in  laying  ihe   foutid:i-j
j lions of the company.    It has already
Some j ohtained the e-onlidene-i'uf  tbo invest-j
! ins public and  toon   will   lieiime   tlie'
I greatest company in Western Canada.';
Vancouver, ll.C.','\vish".:to -Stnte- llint- they? tire
now s..iii$(!i_:cl';\.!tlr;'t_i'_?-Title of - the Sinelter'
Townsite aiiel" tire vi'Opiii'tier to ".loan ?moncy: em'
;tlie"property.-,-/ _������.'-'r.T'-.V~"?.'".,"""<'������:.��� r.s":''"-'???;.?
77.���'���' ������ 7.:r:.r;. 7���'���:'-.';������ ".-f,"^I--,AYETTE MIUKEH??.',??
������7:7-r: ?_;.?'?,���,:.?","y.-yy:y..yy?.y?,,?;;?,.- Agent??;
>y?;?.??'?���.'? '"?'���?' r:'';''':-?Nbticcii':._:'i'->'���.."*:-fJ':-; ^'v;)"
a>--T;-_,  -?:.v?,: i"'.;?,_?:f- n...I_?i0VEKISG,',",--���!
.'??.,"��� '?y;.y"-:?y?.:??:?;??:?.--.y ,'..;'-���,- iHeeoiitl. .trMit.y
i:j!eer&iiiiui_vrili&.?Cigai; "i"1; Ci.saretto?
_?J....fttiie'r JIoiio\'.-l'iir.-es,.Biuijo��,?.Guitars,'-;'.!
 :.*. $8.00 ner ton. '  '" "'
UU.'.'���:  $8 00 per totf.'"���> "��� '  J ���
Now   is  llie  timo to get in your winter hi~i-h7 i��;f��!'��-'^ slioW'fMls/'-pidyr
rs,n%   ,b uu c.irly.,     Cnsirn.iiirtaccompiiiiy the ordeW   J "..���*"���: -      -
Deliveri'd  from car..
Lleli vei eel from' 'shed .
.F." McOARW;
To Let'
ROOMs to I.KT-.--""'.ly I" K.TAl'l'lM
11*.-* services it thejlolloo.sUliui       The Colonist publishes the billow ing I    Over ?l00.0��fl   wctth   of   sin. k   luustn-
inmoi row will   lie  held   :U   tie _ u*  al | I ."'been-ulil. Tin* rate of inl-ie-.-t nlluweel   tjV
liom-.-.    ine Pa-slor will prenih in  lie i intei view with lion. ,7. I- red Jlnme, u>. j is M lhsii l.,.��� l)(.  ex-peeled,  conMstei.t      I
We Don't
Want a. Cent ���&��<��&'
::      of vemr monev unle=s vou Ret value
���reeeivi'il for u.  -I'or, lliai reason we
are ahiavs jrlnil  tu have von try our
:: ,    1SK1~AI>, Cakes uud Confei'lioiiei-y.
A." N..  Smith.'
V.AKI'I". anii
l.~!'.0CJi!t  '
In   th
.   ,,. i with absolute security.
..which  that sentleiiifii  pivea  ve.i.   to, e ,t���..L!> at fr,.. ei..t.;
annua! |
(,J in.  121 are
mornms;   on    " tmn s   Joy
eveiiinj;  nn  -'Calvary."     The
i-ol'.eeiion for ii*.i.-sioi*iS  will   be taken   his opinions with refreshing frankness, over 820.00"'.     Th>: itinouiit shown in
up during the day. " Asked as to  Hie  Victoria  content f be nie ompanyini,' statement, as i-asb
*.".e:ii>ide:-;ihle liifiicullv  i* heiiif; ex-; ,,     ,, ,    ...   ,  ,,        ., ui the bank cune in loo l.ite in T>.'e-.-m-
*     -   -    '        *    ' Mr. Hume adniittecl that  the govei n- i.el. t��� l,e loan..-d b.-fo-.e the i-Ios.j of llu-
year. Iiut since;. *,hilt   -bite-   loans   hav
-Vc'ricil.;,ilraivirig,"U!ael,' .niill'Voloreil evhyenis,
oil' aiiel���vrii't'er.'color oii"eiaiivas,.silk,;ehiii'iij;eie.
?^T\v,ei lioiii'.s.weekly.:;?! per," inon tli. :_,:*??;..;-*;
:,?.iitiglisli "-'(i3-veiiiiig.?c.!assl.?C': li*oiii*S'.':vv.e'e!;ly, $11
i^?^p- I per. _iiiejiith'.-::''--Vrene*liri*-? !id'ui"s.Vv.'u"ekly,'.?! per
rfcC^iE ];iiioiit!v.";'..l...tii*_',u!!;hours'weekly,,,i per moil tli;
'" "'*!!!_��� I:-, .pet'ial terms-.to families.     < ??:. ."i-,;_;.... ??y ,;?i
.���.';��� Address:'-,.���'-li'ss? Sleele, ?M.l.eiisie' Avenue;
opposite Tftvlor:ltlock. 77:; '���':''���������*���:.?.?;?. ..;'"?���"'?'*;,^.
UndcrtakinG; and Embalming
R.- Howson' *&. Co.,    '
,i    ;M.*ickeii2le Aye.   "*
. , H   .. ; ' ^ - .___-;  - J
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in hurnituie
J. V. PERKS, Prop.
It-ttim- men los-ivv wood at even !>l. .
pt-rcol-d. KoiiKbly s.i.e-Akly two .nen
!-_>.* r-isilv saw five tords u dav. unci
V^tb'-^einen.in Kevelstoke pur-
jioitiiift to be lookmj? for woik.
Tlii. de-lave-d No. I went thion.L'h ill
(J o'i u-k ���- morninB. fhe delay was
"'li bv a collision het~veeu two
& <ll U-.in-  in  .M��U-ine Hat y.i.-rt.
Hotol AceomtRnilatinu li��*tiu tho city
fartlie laoucy.
-TTi"efTt-e.id~tiotrhope-iu cai-.y-iiiore���than_L
one seat, .saying that, they based theii
hopes on the influence exei ted by Mr.
Joseph Mai-tin, vv lio eoulel "woik
things" in Victoria bet ter tlitin could
Mr. Cotton, on
he. ri~*"~~jr: snxuri���ccn erina���i he���-*.v!:o!e-^Kj__vtl__^Iav____* ���� vv ith
.i.nom.v. . lBe��il��rlnK...vel-ilofcL'.
I lie '-iiealesi, r.-.ie lias neen exuie-tseo , y..,c kntnj,;c r,*oin . D    O
in makint;  loans   and   Viv-.r   dire'-uu..' Kn-e Iiu. at all trains. D. U
li-.v-e iillit>n>'I arrVtK-!.>"  *li^   iirili.-v of ' Ho'irlv -.tret-i csr lietw-T-.i hotel mid -tution.
l.ivi  .ulluiel t,ti.cll\  to   ..in-   pnluv ot . H        -, h.. h  , an.l uiectrlc Hplu ami lasll
Innmi'i. tti'_ 1 unel..  cf the   cemipany in ; j,i .,.,-ery ,--oom J
cities wb'iM- present and   fuluie   pint.-'           __j	
iccount of  tiie  more | perity is n��.��-Pi-"d.    The loans nccvptod I      .
! iivernpje S~C7..*>1   each,   and   lhe   e-.ish
liKl'.I'. HEAD?.
Third vSt. East of Scliooihouse
'  -",V-"V,""- ' ""a v;;.;."   intimate connection  of  tlie  lattet  in ;     ,      nf t!u.  prf,p,., ty  loaii"d  i��     ui   r^^riksffc-i, 1%S}'<^S'C'0V^)
it, wl.i'-h -!-:niiini'C-r  ^ - Mmrand I -re-   '��l��' . ,  ���    . ,v,. ,,ve, y ,i���iial. loaned.       '.'Z^yVp^'^'-   <��+ -^ ������&   yf
\ mi J. Um^vvwekill.-el and  Cundui-   Vanrouver.    Mr. Hume sa.d lie-l..u. no   iv        ^   ^^   ^^   u,v,.sl5i,,lU.d    h--    ��      "
Ur   Ben   French    had   his   righv   ll"ifl;e|inK     ���f    set:lio'.i,elisin     himself  ns ! t|ll.ciili ..ulvant.i'-'."" of the li-ami.C plat!
broken. '
'= i.
ul it fur its merits, f.iii-ni'Ss and
,^^",^.^.-��i*" "���^��E BEADY MADES ARE GOW!
iinif.iethre ��f nllkinels ui   aciauu |
'been  I'slablisbcd  ii'
maiiiif.u'llire ol  nil  Kinels ui   aoraieu i ������*"���* ^ ^..��.._,  ���    ,     .._.....  ,     . .  ���   ���    ,
waf.'i-..,'ete., at his Uevi-l-toke bi-.in. hi would win in Norlh K i-,t Kootenny as all. the mipm tarit I own . nnd e-ilies of.
theKr-l.if i.e.M, week. See ad el.se- ��� 1V1.��� as ;l M,lt ,��� Vl��-toi'i,i and ihiis1^ P'r'v'nS';'l,1lV:11,?!,e '" t1"' '',ry "f l
vvheie* in lbs  --ue. ,. ... , Wnmipecc. .ilaiiilul-.a
 .seeme.i woi-kini? majority. {     Ye-m-    .ln.iti.i-s   have   rh.el._ii'.!     ,i I
If Mr. I'i'entice xtol. nc'.i irn " of i.'o'iiii' I i!ivie!"nd uf S p<-r i-enl.  p.'i   aiuiiiin em
I .i   -    i-   ii    .       i     .�� .-i      : .   .. .<     I
The   Ki ee   liendhi";   Kou'tn    in   the
Tavlia* blue W is lieiiiti taken ailviintaije' ,   P       ., ,   -        ,        '_..,*  I ei,���   full   ,,,,,i   ct,\_-.t    i.t,,,,:   ,.,,,.,   ,,,
..I i,v ... mimb-r of lbe  y.Mini~ men Wl �������-���� l,"f("'p lhc Pc"l>'��" ***  l'1'"48 "f "'"    w.iit Is      SlW-7 ner ,'e,     ��� ���,',,.,
,b.,*U,w.i   who   vvill   He   fo,r,,d   ,b"ie!^itbei���K  iivvarded   le,   Mr.   Sto.ld.u-t \^{ ^^ 'Un d   ^m .���   "Ct
niahtiy i".icai:e.l m i-i-iuliiiR or eonve-i-| who is e-laiinini; it in   the com Is,   Mr.
i*he   founders  v. i��h  ii   te^  be ��� Hume thoupht he could br> eleeteel, hut
he bad his doubts as lo Mr. Deane. "If
he said, "was <jppi_is'._<. l.y ,,ny
Ohmies M. Field returned fiom n ; "ne of m.y strength outside of M.ntiu,
t tip oa-t on Thursday. He wa.= up at I he woulil be cU'fe.ited,"
Honor.-' l~"-w> i��-t betore the fatal j Kegnrding the distnissiil uf the
f.iiwslide.     Me say.s the  slide "^'m-'J Tin tier niintstrv the  provincial  seere-
"'ltV,'?'',,r..ll'i i! all who wish mny take I
rau^i.pV.jror and  visit  the
i-ooui as often they d-.-ire.
'fpj'm  the-   glaciers  back  of  tl
H'.-niiit and took the exact track of
one which oct-m-red in 1S3S, hut whicli
ui'.ly just le.'.clied the s'atiein buileling
i.nel stopped befoie rloin^ any dmiing.'.
t.iry said that bin own opinion was
that Mr. Turner should have heen
Kiven an opporlimitj- to meet 1 lie*
legislature, and be wa- quite prepared
lYter'si tu adinit that if he h.ul h ul this chance-
Mr. Turner mi^Iit hnve heen iu power
Askejd a.  to the suprgciled introd ic-
if     Domiiiirin   jiaily  lines  into
pro vim i.-il poliliis, Mr.   Hume saiel he
.late, and (!  per ent.   per  .lt.iiiiin   imj
pf*rmai)e".it sttjek.    Tliey nave <i edit.-it!
profit-' at the* late of  1- per cent.  p"i"
aiiniim tu the lu.in fund t.f ,iet uiutiUi-
live ste.'.'l;.
All   of   which   is. reaped fullv-  submitted. 1
Tiiij-i. T, Lanki.oi.",        i
Vi-ncriuver, .January 12, W"     ! PANTS   FROM   $1.00   UPWARDS
Con:" and se�� if we can St
70U ; if *a-�� can't fit you with
a ready made, we can make
you a suit th.it will fit in very
short order," at?a moderate
price, and the money will be
earned and kept in town too.
��-S*K*-:-S^ffi.-::-USvS-3-;:-S''K t-iKi-^-K-K-KKS'^
. Louisville  Restaurant .   %
opposite four-dor's.". ^.
;  'Meals ,sewed  at all hours, day   Si
a        , or niglit.     , ���,,���!<-
'-       "Aintoril Eo_tocl*.cl, Proprietor.     ' *:'-
Our Bread  Trade
-7s constantly inoreailng.   There is
���u kooiI reii'.on for 1I1I1, und  II ynu
���-i-'lve our bread a trial, you,;too, will
���tie-comer, permanent'customer.
-1-ren Dailv Delivery..
Hack and Cough.
"Your Life Away
_____ j.
���Services   to-morrow  in
Clnirr'n ��� Celclnatiuii    M    lho    Huly
Kiii-biu-isl ni   S-a.'-si..: morning piaye'i'
and ccli-'n .iti'.n at 11 A. JI.: eveu.-o.ig at
7:3J.l'.'. M.   Hev. 11. Fieimes Clint.eiri.iee:-
im- of Si. .lam.-s. Vancouver, will of'i- ' ^;on
i i.ite at ah tin'  s"ivice*.s.    Veil. Aich-J
d.;acoii   I'culie.i'li    has   promised   tu 1
take sei vke heie  011  the Sunday foi-1 thought this would certainly be eleuu ,
-lowing. j ill. the next general election, though it
The threp nieii who vvi.rein juied 1-ist j W!lh not thernse at the   Victoria bye- \
T.-.esd iv while vv01 king on tne rotary : elee tion, for which i-e,isod he vvas -.orrv !
at theHlrtiliivvai'tslitli'. vvoie-lire.iijjtb'l   lo f..,.^  Uiat onlv   Liln-ials   had   been
-uuivii   to thi* bospiial on  vv edne.-tlav-     ,       . .- ,. ,
win.! ih-.r miniii'^tix-ated.    Tliov ��et'e   l,Uwl   "P����   lh''   Kovi-riiiiiont tiek.-.t
1"ut   ..l.i.it the bend rtntl 'fnce "by lhe! theie.    It.  li.oked   to   l.im   as   if  .Sir
knU-h  fiom tl'.e rotmy flying Foom'.
Th-ii'  :. mies are:     lid' Pi'ioi-,   J.  W.
Brown aiid nu Italian.   All three nre
1 a ��� i.d j i'i��iv i^yui��u
ctoral Balsam |^^^^^##^|^^SiF
AVll.Xi (JURE.
A Handsome Display
1 ON Till- I (ONUS
A r.f.
������; NbtlCKyiSynEUEnYyGm^
days fro*mUlii.te.'liereo!?l*,iiiteiiel;to'".niiply-to lhe
Sttoeiidiary.���Maglst'rnte??lbt-?.? the" -Revi'.li'toke
P.iding of  West -Knot en ay?; for. per mission r, to
fill! liquor.J.by relallat,'ivi j*"?hotel in Keyelstoke,
���v?^-i"?i';";^;?^'^5':?'.*',-'v.,"'~?TtbBKH;r eiAYi^EV:'1!'"
Dated at?lleyelstokp,"0nhfl'th; lSUtiyy?!.;':?::
Fire, Life, Accident,- Loaning', and   Investment Agent
���    $40,000 to Loan
IffUM APR^c ati on'.?fp~v��(rimben"i;ffig;"?; ���
f 'Kbliee; is"-hejroiiy.'Bi veil' thn tt lil^^rty'tlays'tf biii3;,y
diilcMdn tend applying to;thef 01iicfi?Ooninii8--:r:;
'anel *rarry,aivay/.tiinbe'r ;"frbiiv7.-Hlid:. fcdltnvi'rig-ry";
'dese'i-ibed lands .situated oil l.'ardeaii.\C:riiOk?iit.''?v
,nieiii!ing""iit ii post on;the bunk" of soulli fork or ?;
I.ardeau ireek at tlio��nst?eiid ?of-"'tlie lownvoi"?.,;.;
road, 'ilieiiei.'/riiniiiii'ir'n'eir tlii..10; cliaiiia^tlieni'e-?*"??
east St) t'hains'.llieiiqe'iiioutliiilO'chiiin's.tlienee-?';":
or less to se.ntbi'ork ereekl'tlicnce westfollow-.:',".
ing ereek-.to.iniliiil..post;?a:ontaliig; niu.aeres ;
inore'.ir.less.?���_���'?*v;y??-���?";-"-���������;,���-"���;��� ?;-???-, ������':-..'?;??.-;;?;???���?
,-Alse.i c^iiiiiieiieiiiif at^t.liisi.^am'e-post^riiniiinlt;;.:?".
-ioiithiiiO-ehainsMlienci'/'eastlojeliains,- |,licii'c��-?.V',
north', UO?,i-hiiiiis? .more^',Or. less- In senUlifork -,-
ereok,'tlioiieevv,estralciiig'o.T~eek"to initial peiat,'?';
eoulaiiiing W0aeresiiii)]'u6r;les^:;i?y_;_��V.?'_A?,v.y;
:\vagoir,?roaii;' on-.west"; bank''eif: Lardeau ereelcci;;
abiiiil'. tlii"ee;quarie.i-a-;of Cavaiiile\soiitlir of the-.???
'tou-n;;.of J;Fe*i'^_iis6ii??!tlien(;o'ij',Uniiihg2'vvcst'r 2i>',,.?_
idial lis;-thence'nor th _00_;. eliaiiis,"-.tlii_iee.,'eai.*l,-*-0.---7
i.|iiiiiis?niiire? or?less~Io"J.nrdeiiu ereek, theiiije.?-:.
;si>iit!i ���follow-ing'<..re"ek"ti)r*iiiTt.iaI. post, eon ta! iir.'?;'
-ing'120 aeres more eirdess; In all 10UU aeres.- ?-?;;
':i-yiJ��ia',iivjni.C-,-a__liiene!U,:i'r*it<'_."i'i!'ih:','i:''J.b-i'-"-~ "?S�� "->,~i~-.'- 5:
'���'���'""'       "DA\"IP PERGUSOI".
|-ermiHoii,,lt.f'.'.;.liuiuary 21,1SB9
On Revelstoke Real Estate
Property     ���    ' ��� ' -
lUr_J�� j*tt__n��a��:��.wu*inMan��tti.- tttttt.ia��iu=
':\iUU- ���;;iFEBOySONv;:B;C'1;''y'.i?:"|;?
I ?'; ?;": "?��� ItaMsau 'Dlstn?iGt.5-;;;??wi !���
"' 'Notice 'of Assignment'
Piirbii'inl  lo tlio'Creditors-Trusts Pceds Aet
. -.-    and aiuenilitiR Aels. _ , .-.*?/
Notie.e is litirel'iv i;iven 'thai IsabellaJohnslou
of iArro'whOfid, 11. ei.V'hcretoforc-Varr.iinr.-'on
l)in.iiii,'!s'a.s a'liierehant. at'^A rrowhead -under
the ii-nioi~f'I.-A DYKES.-lui'. by .deed, dated
Jin-, lllh day of January, iSTO, le-shjiii'd all her
peisonal estate, eredlts aiul efreetsJivhioli may
be se'.7ed anil sold under execution, and .all
her real estate to I'.obert I., .lolitislon.ol Arrow
head, I'.i"!.,-Agent; in trust Ior tlie' benefit ot
her creditors. ;    .       ,-,,. -.   .-   ,��� >
-- ^Thc sniil _.Iee<l  v.-as  exeetited  bv  tlic'i,aid
Isah~('llii Je>!iii'~tiiii���i~li~-the"Mill -~ai5uar5'f"7lS99,���
and by tlie said Itobert I.. Jblinstcn oil tlie.lCih
Januiirv, llillfl. ' - ,   ,   .. ,
, All pi'rsoiib'Jiavliif. elaiin.s apainit tho said
Isabella-.tnhiistou* are'required ob or'before
tho 18th clay of- February, 188'J, to send to the
IriiileG, full particulars of the same duly
verified together with thc partleulars of the
soeiirltvfif any) hold bv tiiein.iiii-.    ���... :
that after llie said I8U1 dai-'bf'Feliruary,?18".i!i.
the trustee villi'proceed to " dislributo ,tlie
assets amou�� those creditors whose elaims
have been lodged with' h-itii, and tliiit ,bc':vvlll
not be responsible after: said date for "tlie
assets so distributed, or any'purl thereof._to
any person or per'-ons, Jirin 01 corporaliou of
w liose debt or claim he .hall'not then have
received not lire. '        ... ���  ,      " I'
A nice!III!!,, of the creditors}of ? the said
Isabella .loluision will" he held at the ofl'ieio'of
Harvey ."_ Mcllurler. Molsons ' Hank ' Block,
Kevelstoke, ll Cj.,ou Wediiomluy, l-'cbruary ,l��t.
iSi'i. m 12 u'l'lock in lhe iifii-rnoou	
riiited at Uevel-toke, "11. e;��� the 18th day ot
���January, A.D., it)'. 19.    - : ..���'-. ilr ���
OEO. P. Ml-CARTER. ,     ,
Solicitor Ior the above named .Trustee.
I D. Ferguso*ii Proprietor-;
5.-_(!in-_;.i-_ _ Buami. ii-iK****** *��nin��ii��ini��if nutnii-inihiiimp
,ii," well.-   Prior, who was the wurit
..umed. i*   lho   m.ly one ^'"  '" ""'
j .-!������"!.
f'lltu-les Hibln'il. Ttippe't- aim.- to be lhe
next Conservative prcmici" e��f Uritish
Columhiii, while Hon. Joseph Martin
is ".Imping his pl.Mi.-. to le'id a. Liheiiil
Influenza,   Cold  in   the   Head,   Asthma
and all Throat and Lung Affections.
It will also be found   helpful in   Kidney
and Urinary Diseases.
C. E. REID & CO.
!     A very bniiel-orei'* di-'pliiy of Chinese!
j     and Japanese cuiius and fane v gemili i
1     i-i ntiw lieing  riiiiel..  nl   lbe  Cbinese \ KllSt
I     Stole���next     lo    pos(,   ..Hire,    J-'i out j _ _ _        , . ��-.��������
Slieet-liy, WAH   ClICXC       Tlie"^^    MaCkCBZlC'S     Ellg ISh
stoe-W, vvhu 11 is t'lilil.'ly new, li.iving ��� ��
jusl, at 1 ivi'd fiom  the Orient via llie
in-*-!.   ICmpies-,   r-rmii'-ls   of   a  great
variety  of chin'i. silk  unci   h.imbeio
, iirfirlfi of (piaiut  wen kmaiisliip nnel
oiit'iital benuly, which   iim��.t lie seen
to be iippre i.inri'd.      Thi"  elNplny  is
one   that   vvill   prove   of  pailii ubil'
interest lo lbe ladies of Revelstoke
;ind iiiTorrls a I rent wliich 'rs  usually
had only by icsiilcnt'3 of ion��t cilie*~. | PKVEI "STOKE STATION,     - 11. .C.
Cough Balsam
Siicecnsor to the McD. A. XV. Co,,
The Acme-^"~> . ,
Soda Water Works
Manufacturing all kinds ol"
Aerated  Watern,    Soda  and^
���' '      Mineral Waters in Syphons'
and Uottles. '���
Vernoii and Revelstoke
, Ji. J.'O'BRIEN, Proprietor.
" THE FASfflON "
Douglas Street, Revelstoke.
Tlrst Class Ilius and Good Driving and Saddle
Horses. Nothing but the best Kept in the
Ham. , . ' ,   .
All kinds of,Light Drayiiig Work attended to
promptly. .      ���
Orders for Rigs by Telephone will receive
prompt attention. -  ���        , ;
FLEM1NQ& FLEMING, Proprietors.
���t Special Rig for Moving Furniture
' PKOPRTETOKS.     ���"���'���-
Good Dry Hard i.Wooil l~or f-alo
Revelstoke Sash. &,:Boor
m Factory %,
,    ' Manufacturers of ftiirt'Dcalers In
Snsh. Doors, Turnings,Plinths, Opi'ner
'Blocks/ MoulclinKS   of. all '.kinds,
Fani-y Guides und Verandah vvork,
Briiikets of every description made
t o order., St ore and office FittinRs.
*VVindovvJFninies, willi' Sash fitted
a spee-i.-illy.'.    '-'���*���"    -
All the latest r.iaehlnery.    I.rv kiln on tho
.premises.    t;all and pet prices before
going clsc-hcre.   -������.   "


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