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 ������l*  tf..- */L-'/ "j'~/y?t.r-'\:'.U  ->L--r"/v  /  -ISSTTIEID   TWIOE-A-WBEK- ���������WEHDnSTESID-A.'yS    ____I_TjD    S-___TTT:EL:D.A.-_Z"S-  Vol.  II.    No.  lOO.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,   WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1899.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance.  *^  Haig  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Tavlor Eloek, McKeu/ie Ave..  Hciel-tuKeStn.  Monev to Loan.  W. White. IJ.C. ���������'. M. Scott. U.A.. I.1..B.  I*. I.. Gwilliin.  HARVEY   &    M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.  Solicitor Ior Imperial I'.auk of Canada.  Compnnr fuiiil-- to loan at S ner cent.  Ofl'u _������:   Mol-uin. Hunk Hlock.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  DENTISTRY  DR.   EDMONDS.  (Successor to Ilr Mmhisou.)  Teetli cxtnu'leil I'liinle"-.   lleiiii-lrv in all it-  l.ranehes.     lifli.'t'  over   the  Cir.iaUa limp ._  Hook Co.s' store.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Diayman.  Prnvini; anil iloil~ _r_ work aspeeia'ty. 1Viim������  al'.iivs reailv on shorie-t notice, ('untrue!.-- for  jobbi'iilt taken. ������SF~A^nr.l for the StnucInrJ  Oil Company.  c      DR. E.'H. S. McLEAN  Ke.-iilence,  Two Poors Knit irom  tin!   Cowan  Block.  TII1I'..   -ir.l-.ST, CKN-tl'.K.  Xi^ht anil bay Call-, aiteiuleil to.  JAS. McMAHON,  QENERAL_ RLAcKSMITH  twitters, Sleighs. Buggii'S .*n~d Wagons  made or repaired.  General wood work a specialty.  YOU     SHOULD   READ   !  THIS AD NEXT ISSUE" J  While wishing our many patrons  throughout North Kootenay the compliments of the season, anil thanking  them for their liberal patronage dur-  -* ing the past year, which has increased  our business to larger proportions  than any previous year,' our constant  effort will be put forth to merit even a  larger share of the trade for 1890.  We have decided  to   drop our  Dry Goods  Line  Until We Have More Room at  our disposal,  And in order to clear it out at once  To Make  Room  For a Much  Larger  Stock  of  Mrs. M. K: L2awson  ufiVi* iimny article* <������i purt^'ulrtr in-  UTe>l to tiie l.ndietKlI wort long, but  FRIDAY  lm-- been m'iw'NM n>- Parc.in !*Ur,  ii'lien u i������:\\ ^ >:'-iftl line** ������������re nftVrt'd  nt u-rv idii-o i* "������-, innrder toatlriii't  lvdb old ������:id{ (\\ eiiMnnirr*. to tlie  t tore,   'i ben ''ft &> nrv u-^snred.  Tin* ouji.  -.r-s .A''  ;__< -������H  _____j 1 A  ������-��������� "ft':{        'f,i    ''A.lt w JT*  Gents' .  Furnishings  and  Boots and Shoes  V/e  Will   Offer the   Entire .Stock  At  Actual  Cost,,  There ig positively no hum-  The fertilizing power of this piep.ir-  alion is due tu it being a well balanced  mixture of all the ingredients ncces-saiy  for the nourishment of ciiltivalecl  plants.  Trv il atid prove for yourself what a help iL will lie  to vou.  C. E. REID & CO.  L Mo IBDTIHI  Baker and Confectioner.  !i  )  The Ready  Mades  flust be Sold  I have a jiooil -tni'k of 7-Icik* and Hov-'  K.a-y Jliiile rlolltingoii Iiuiiil which must  lie iliiiKiscil of hy Jan. ">K>, igim. even if nt a  C.KKAT MCIIirinr., ns 1 am now devoting  my whole attonlion to . ii-toiu work, nhirli  is increasing every clay, anil I waut mv  jiioncy out of the reailv made-. This slock  will' be -.nil! ut AIISOM-TKIjY COST, anil  home of thc oil.I sire, at LESS TII A IS* COST.  Mothers, briiiit your hoys along mid if wu  can flt them, jou rim nliuo-t name vour  own price. TIIK ClOCUjs MUsT GO THIS  MONTH. Men..-' Suits, 1'nnls, i;te., at vour  own price. If they (lout quite lit you I  will make any alterations rui|iilrcil free  Come nn'I examine the cooils nnd pet  prices; (lien they will go lln-month sure.  R. S. WILSON,  City Tailor.  bug about this offer: we  must have the room for our  Gents' Furnishings and  Boots and Shoes, which are nov/  on the way: THESE GOODS  MUST GO AND OUR LOW  PRICES WILL SELL THEM.  Come and Examine the stock and  Get Our Prices.  To Clear out  Some Odd Lines  In Ladies' Fine Shoes, Slippers  and Overshoes, we are offering them  at prices below cost. A Splendid  $5 Shoe at $3 is only a sample.  u Ladies'  Tarn O' Shanters  A Complete stock of latest design  in these at large reductions. A $1  Tarn goes now at 50 Cents.  The Above cut Prices, of  Course, only  o     apply lo CASH purchases.  C. B. Hume & Co.,  Wnoi-ESALl'.:    A.Ml     .lliTAIL  (.' ENER A11M FMCll A NTS  y ,^-v.., . (  A^4m*U/^f<������UrUuu  - ���������'���������JOwing* to, Uie iviimrk-i.blc" *s>iici*eps ol* our  Chnstmis and Now Year's trade which inis left-  tin exceptionally large 11 umbo** of broken lines  wo luivc decided to make- as thorough a, clearance "is possible for-the balance of tbe week,  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday and  Saturday  by, offering the following cxliaoi'ditiary dis-  coun's for o.vsii, ouly. This great cash sale  will take tbe place , o: our usual end of the  month sale for December.  DiscountrExtra������rdiiary  This Week  Lines of Silks 25 per cent.  Lines of Dress Goods 25 per cent.  Trimmed Millinery 50 per cent.  Mantles 25 to 50 per cent. _,  Ladies' Sailor Hats 50 per cent.  Ladies,' Walking Hats 50 per cent.  Lines of Shoes 25 to 50 per cent.  Flannelette Blankets 25 to 50 per cent.  Wool Tains 20 per cent.  Line of Cretonne 20 per cent.  Line of Ribbons 25 per cent.  Line of Men's Pants 25 per cent.  Men's Fur Felt Hats 50 per cent-  Lace Curtains 20 per cent.  Chenile Table Covers 25 per cent.  Boys' Clothing 10 to 20 per cent.  Line Men's Ties 50 per cent  Line of Men's Underwear 20 per cent.  **mMM09?^  GOLD BRICKS AGAIN  CONST. M'RAE MAKES SOME IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES  THE ARREST OF THE SUSPECTS  The Charge Against Newman for Conspiracy with Duval to Defraud the  Public, Dismissed���������The Prisoners  Committed for Trial on a Charge of  Having Counterfeiting Goods in tlieir  Possession���������Good Work by the Local  Police  On Thursday of hi-*t week Const.  McRae made tin important ill rest anil  discovery at the (Jenlrnl 'note!. The  arrest, was Unit nt* 1<. Newman, in  whose possession was found a valise  (-cmlui nil 11; three gold liric-ks of a  composition of copper, brass, etc.,  gold iltist. gold liron/.u and various  chemical solutions used in lhe manufacture of spurious coins, together  wilh a complete assaying outfit. On  Ft iii iy the prisoner leei'ived a telegram al the police station froin Kamloops signed -'Jtolieits" The sender  p'roveel to lie II. Y\r. Duval ivhoiii lived  with Newman aL the Oentr.il hotel on  Monday, .laiiu.uy 2nd. last. Gnn>L.  .Vlcl'ac, on receivinir the lulenrnni. sit  once wired the c-liiet of police of  Kanilocips a description of Duval and  asked for his apprelieii.-ioti and later  received word nf his ai-ie.-.t. Const.  Mcllae lel't on Satuiday for Kainliiiips  and liroiight hack Duval on Sunday  morning. It was the complaint, ot'vi  Chiii.-uiiiiii from whom Duval had  horrnweil $50, - skipping out without  returning it, and \\ ho stated his case;  In (.'oust. McRae. which' lead ��������� to the  ."irresls and discovery of the men and  goods as 11 hove stated. On .Monday  morning F. Newman was Inemglil  lie-fore-J. D. Sililial.l. *S. M.. on. llie  charge of "con-'p'u'acy to dcfi-tuul lhc  pulilic." James Murphy appeared for  the Ciown .".lid Geo.' S. Mc'Cnrter For  Newman. J. M. Scott for II. W. Duval  the accused.  The first witness for the Grown was  Wak Wi. the Chinaman fiom whom  Duval borrowed .%���������_). His evidence  went to show that, Duval, whom the  witness hail known lorineriy in  Vancouver, hud come into Leon Sing's  laundry on Sunday of lasl week,where  ���������.'.���������*: uc:--- v. ."-"��������� iv.-ik.Lig-.-.oi; ..'-*"������'-d !"Ii--j  lo'lend him $20'to ii'iy hond with.  Witness loaned hiin the money'' and  Duval reliu-ned $21.50 the following  elay saving that Ihe SI 50 extra was a  Now Yen's present,. On Thursday at  S o'clock ac'fiisec! came in again and  borrowed !$50 saving he would 1 el urn  it, at 5 o'clock. He left, lown lhe same  day and I told Const. Mcf-iie that  night, that Duval borrowed $__> .froin  me and I wanLcd it, back. Duval  spoke, to mo aiiout gold, saying if I  would give lii 11 > $10 he would give me  $(100 in'golil, luit 1 would nut_ take it.  Mr. McCailur. counsel lor Newman,  objected 10 Llie evidence 11= not having  gold brick-,. I did not examine closely  everything that niglit. The next day  (Friday) I found in some clothing in  one of Lhe'vaiises��������� .1 bundle oC k-tteis  produced.  Mr. _ IcCaiter, i-nuii'.t'l fnr the  defi'iicliinl. Newman, objected to the  lelteis being read befoie lhe Court, as  i.e. pinnfas to who w;)-* the author  co.1I1I _ he given. The inagiMrate  allowed letter in be rend noting .Mr.  Medarler'1 objection.  Mr. Mi Cartel' cross oNaniined the  witness (Const. Mc-Kae) nlmnr the line  of evidence given. To Mr. Mi-Carli'i'-*  i|iiesliiiii: Do you know of an nveii  act coiiiiuil Led by these men in pm���������  sii.iiite of Llie charge" of conspiiaey  preferred by you ? The witness l-e-  plied I do not know of any. The  court adjourned until 10 o'clock Tuesday when the ease was res 1111 led. The  evidence of Lhe witnesses yesterelay  morning were along lho line of evidence given and the charge- of conspiracy against Newman was - dis-  ini".M'il.  The second charge against F. Newman and H. W. liuvnl of having tn  Iheir pos->ession goods, etc.. with  which 10 defraud the public; came ui)  befoie J. D. Silibald. S.M. After  bearing the evidence the maeristrate  coiumiLI eel the acciised lor trial. Geo.  S. MeC.u-ler and J, M. geott for defendants. .Jas. Murphy for llie  Ciown.  AT LAST'A REASON  The following telegram appealed in  the Mail of SaLuiday. In justice Lo  Kellie. AI.P.P., and the people of Itevelstoke. Lhe Hkkald is pleased lo  give the message tlie benelic of its  more extensive circulation:  Mail, Revpl_._o_.p_  Hi5l~i.\Ll3'.. strictures of Weelnesd.iy  lualiciinis and un warrauled. 1 appeal  to the peoplo of Revelstoke to delay  iiicoi'pnivition. .My position is taken  on public grounds and in" your own  interests. Do nol, allow adverse coin-  nienls iii- the action of a few uieiiibeis  of the htiaril of li-ade to jeopardize  your interests. HrewsLer is here tei  pi ess for incorpoi ation. _I refuse to  believe in fare of my (elegiams anel  letters lo the board Mint, he lepresents  in any way the views of the citizens.  .1. M. Kki.lie.  As to Kellie. AI.P.P.'s complaints of  the strictures in the Hisiiai.n, lie has  only the absurdity of his.own aUilude  on the question of inroi-poi _iLiou to  I lijii-1: for 1 lieni.- From IlisT j-..-. nL'u-t  insolence, worthy only of an ii! In-eei  schoolboy, of his first answer to the  board's inquiries: ���������' What municipal  election ?" clown to his last communication of five shoots of an epistle, not  one single reason did he advance fluids position in the matter. Even his  own nclriiirers in (he ho.iid of trade  had to admit this. All they could do  .was to look wise and shake theii*  heads and say .that it. looked serious  >ind that dear Mr. Kellie would hardly  write such a letter without some  reasons.    But these 1 canons  tliey  had  THE SIBBALD OUTRAGE  Outcome of Saturday Night's Melting,���������  H. N. Coursier Treats the Crowd  The public mei'ting i~-tiled on  Satin--,  d'iy niuhL in the new opera hinia."  was,  well at tended   considering  the  shortness of the notice.      T. .1. Graham was  appointed   1 h.iirman   nud   .I.M. Scott  .-ecietai-y   eif     lhe   inc.'liner.      A   ri'So-  I11li.n1 c- is   proposed   by   O. D.    Hour,  sei rinded by   C. 13.   Hume,   protesting  auuiusL the aci ion of   the irn-vcriiment  in e.-illing fur J, D.   Sibbald's  resignation of lhe ollice of gold  commissioner,  and a-Uing that, he be grained  a  par-,  liainentaiy inve-tigaLion.   The motion  was supported hy SO   nf   the   principal,  men of busiiR-ss iu town,   auioiii; theni.  being some who weir- gi-eaily opposed*,  to Mr.   .Sibbald's  appointment at the.  time it was made.    The leadeis  of the  opposition   lo   the    motion     were   J. ���������  Smilli, Fred Fraser and a   member "of,  the Mail stair, whose innne was ascer-.  l.-iiiic.l   to   be   Thompson.    Their   ad-,  hei-ents   had     been     obviously    well",  primed   for the  occasion,   so   well   in,  fact thaL there appeared   to   be  con-,  sidei-alile difficulty on ihe part of  the:  bosses to get them to   grasp   the   full',  beating of some obstructionist amend- .  iiients wliich they  weie   proffering  to.  Lhe meeting.      In fact, tliey cmiie near .  qiiecrins the   whole   show,   for   their  absent   friend   anel    pation.     II.    N. .  Coiusier.   who   was   waiting    in   lhe  Cenlral   Hotel   to   '.veli'ome-   them   on  I heir rc-turn and astonished trip crowd  by slanding no less than thiee rounds. *  THE COSGROVE GO.    ���������  Appeared to a Fair Ilouse   0:1   Monday  Night. ���������  The Cosgrove Co. appeared in Tapping's opera hor.se on .Monday mgiit.  and notwithstanding the cold weather  there win a fair 111 lend-ince. The  Kiiu'toscope picLiircs weie very good!  The musical selections iiy Mr. and  Mis. Oo=grove were as usual of a high  charactei., , - '  Owing to (he   illness   of   Miss   Ada,  Cosgrove in Spokane and  other  tu'etii-',  hers of the company,   the  programme _  was not 'is varied as thev put  on  on a '  former appearance in Revelstoke.  anv bearing on (he e-ase  Mr.   Alurphy���������1   wil!    undertake loi- .        .  connect it with the case.     The  objec- I Iheniselves to allow   thai, he  had nol  tion noted by the magistrate,  1 uliti  Abrihanisoi',   sworn,  deposed  as-follows: I reuiembei" the accused  coming to my house on Ihe morning  of .fiMiii.iry 2nd. lasL.' They took separate rooms. 1 found Ihe molds for  making $10 gold pieces (the ankles  .produced��������� ai ___theii_ones)���������_ii____i_il_.y_  morning. Gth inst., in the ash bo_ in a  shed at the rear of the. hotel. 'When  I found what, lhey were 1 handed  them to Const. AlcRae. I considered  the accused as friends. I saw lliein  talking togelher in the l'.oii"*e. ,1 1 saw  nothing suspicious about their movements, f know nol hing to connee-t.  theni .with the charge' laid against  theni. '  Const. Mcltap, sworn, deposed as  follows: 1 am provincial constable. I  was at No. 1 li'.iin 011 Thursday of  last week, llel.11 rued lo police station  about G.JO. Went In Central holel  to find Chinaman who was inquiring  for me to lay rh.ir������e auraiust a man for  obtaining $.")0 and not returning il.  I met Air. Howson anil got 011 his  sleigh to endeavor to catch No. 1, hut  failed. Caine ilou 11 town again and  found out that the man's name was  Duval, and was registered at Central  as It. W. Duval, occupying l.ooiu -1.  Searched room and found i-.ip, jeweller's catalogue. On catalogue was  written H. W. Duval, Ashcroft, care  of N. D. ICyser. and a suck containing  gold bronze. I was suspicions, anil in  conversation with Mr. Alu-aliamsou  and Chinaman later I decided^ In  search Room 7 occupied by F. Newman. I gained admission. Air. Newman had apparently been in lied, was  in nightshirt and diuwei-s. Found  three satchels in 'the room, askeel  Newman if Duval owned any of the  satchels. Pointed out one satchel  (produced) and said it was Duval's.  Before entering I heardra noise iu the  room as though someone was opening  satchels. 1 found one open on the  floor���������a larger one Ihnn this. Newman  denied owning any of the valises bul,  one, siivinir the rest belonged to  Duval. "Tiie one owned by Newman  (produced) whs veiy heavy and asked  Newman what, it eontaineil. lie replied that it was copper matte and  that it was the return fiom some ore  he sent to thc smelter. I 'isked for  kev whicli -wcus handed ine, opened  valise and found it to contain three  gold bricks. Examined bricks but  found no stamp on Lhem. Au examination heloro tho court of the contents  of vaiises took place and shewed theni  to contain everything necessary to  e-ariy on the work of counterfeiting  "iritl'l'or the  iiiiiiiiifatfure of spurious  given. The progressive portion of the  boaid of tiade, as business men. look  upon incorporation as a busine-."-  matter, and nol, being aci.ustoiued to  treat business matters with I liis kind  of solemn flippancy and not being  7ihle~LTJl5et^i:iy~tliitig-Uls~e���������c"ful~of~IC7'lliT~7  P.P., lhey decided to spud .Mr. I'rew-  -ster down to Victoria to find out wlrat  was lhe matter, or rather, as they  did not believe that anything was Lhe  matter at all, to press for imuiedialc  incorpoiation. Hi-i repoit substantially is (hat the work of .protecting  the river hank here is to be commenced at once, but lh.it incorporation would weaken thv hands of  those supporting the position thai the  provinci should furnish lhe large sum  rCqiiireel for the work.  The Ilicit.u.n is decidedly of the  opinion that nothing should he done  to enibatrass onr friends iu the house  cm this vital point and that incorporation can aU'ord to wait at ali events  until the expenditure is voted. Ihid  Kellie. Id.P.P.. given the: boaid of  t i-mle this very simple piece of information at the start olf. all lhis trouble  .-md annoyance would havu been saved  and he himself would Have been  spared Ihe shock of the unpleasant  discovery how exceedingly unimportant his individual opinion appe>ar.-  to the very large majority cf people of  intelligence and standing in this  community.  An Appeal to Common Ser.se  To the Editor oi llie Herald:  Sik:    We are coing to. be  incorpor- "  ated !    Yes !    Who told, vou so?     Oh. '  well,   it"  is   .-111*  eslarilisiiecl. lacfj   lhe"-"-*  Board of Ti.-'.de p-es^ed" the  resolution. '"  and now all th'iL remains-to  be  done  is to elect  a  mayor' and   couuciilors. '"'  Just so.     Incorporation is* as fat- olf as ,'  the North Pole and just as long ns the '���������  people of Revelstoke allow themselves '.-  to be led hy the nose  by  such   people  -  as Kellie.     Atkins   anel   one   or-two  others, all  attempts -to   improve  the \  condition of om-  town,   or  keep pace-'  wiCh the times.will   be   frnsti-.ited   in  lilCeniaiiiiei-     1-evelsloke is no longer '.  an infant and in long clothes, il  is  on  the;   other   hand   full   grown,   but  is  having   exception ally ~ short,   clothes. *  ,  For its size suivly  the   whole  population of Revelstoke should   not 'permit  one cu' two individuals to arrange sueh  ~  matters of impc.i lance  as  iiver'*Tl).-ink  protection, ineoi-poiation. iht- appointment   of   a   golel   commissioner,   elc.  1 .oosp up. Revelstoke, assert yourself, '  deal a knock out, blow to wire pulling, '  unfair   dealing,   etc.      Get    together.  ,  appoint your  lomur.ttoes.  form   your .  .1 esolutjiins. abide hy the..decisions of  '  TlicTpojiTTlar   vole   and   stand   behind' J  yoni   committee    to   11   man and  see -  that  your   demands*  are  met.    Until  you  do   this   anything   yon   attempt',  will meet with stiong opposition,  and '.  cut irely Lln oiigh the; influence  of ono  ,*  or two unscrupulous persons  who  are   ���������  looking oat. foi' themselves only.  Now is the time to assert yourselves;  you have seen how your attempts to  .--lure incorporation have been  opposed, anel you know who Uie:  opposinu: fuue is composed of. You  have seen how unfairly Jlr. J. D.  Sib'nald has been dealt willi and you  know tlie p.u tie* to "whom the stigma  of such contemptible., iv.uk will stick  closer lh,in a Inolhei. It is  wiliiin yonr power, and is your ritjht  to have'a voiee in ' these alfairs, hut.  until yon let petty jealousies and  spite go to the winds unel get to- .  g.'lher and :<ct together, you will  never have that voice.  ClTlZKN'.  '  Revelstoke, Jan. II. IW0.  Printers Ink Did It  Afc llie li.inepiel given by Timothy  Eaton, head of lhe firm of the famous  T. Faton Co., Toronto, to nearly 2o00  of his employees on New- Year's Eve  the. Rev. D. E. Driggs in his speech  made the following peitinent iem.uk:  "He characterized the- dinner as the  biggest E.itin Company he had ever  sat down with. A liberal use of  print era' ink and adveitising Dr.  Briggs insisted hud made the T.  Eaton Co. a haiiscliolil word ail over  the Dominion, and an honouied name  in the marts of business the world1  over.*'  Mr. Tapping Explains  Te. '.he i:ii_t07 of the !Iki..._-_.  Slit: For the information of those  e oiieei neel. I wish lei'state tlmt 1 made  a mistake in voting at lhe last uiee:t-  ing of I hi," b.i.-n d of trade as 1 expected  om- dcleuale to take up the liver bank  woik first.  It. Taitin'o.  "Ah!-' Said thc People's Fred  "Ah.*'said (he People'* Fred in re-  :������lv In the? pei haps too hasty e-ongiiitu-  lations of a Hkrald icporter, "Ah,  ves. vou ppople of the lower oideis spe  ine loaded with these titles of elis-  linclion. th-fi- loftv badges of rank .  and you enw me. You little consider  how often these glutei ing trappings  ei.nceal -in aihing heart! To think  tluil 1 should be fuhhed ult with amere  judgeship, while II. N. gets the fat.  Coursier'h.ilh  murdered sleep.    Cour-  J.101- .''  and   here   the   new  Lend  Chief Justice of the Coiut of Revision  nnd Appeals litniud his head in an enip  ty iiiiik can to conceal the profound  emotion., which were; agitating his  expressivecoiiiit-ii.-iii"?*". Jinil the Hekald man softly withdii-w* fioir. llie  contemplation of a grief which si en"._..\  t too sailed i'.;c vulgar intrusion.  m^aataaotm Revelstoke   Herald  Pu-lUhod In Intorest- o  Revel-toke, Lardeau. Big Bend, Trout LakJ  IllecUleWi-t. Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle Pass Distriota.  A   JOHNSON Proprietor.  A ��������� Seml-W. ekly Journal published in the  Int-M-St. oC Re-clstoko and iho nurroundinR  district, Wednesday:! and SAturcaiB, making  il-isont i-nnnecliona wilh all trains  AdvertUin- Rates: U-.spiay ad*, 81 .10 per  eolanin I -vch. t_.li. per inch wli?n inscrti don title  Daro. local ������*i"i. X~c P-r (nonpareil) lino.for  _r_-lo_e_rt o; So (or each additionaln.sertion.  Iteortlng .otice . 15c per line each issue. Bl^n,  Jurr-ue and Death nollccs. free.  aubicripllon Rales: By iua.il or carrier. .2 00  per annum:  ������l."o for six months, strictly in  ��������� or'job  nepirtm-nt:    Tin"   Hull-"_.> Job  O-T-irimeni l������ on," of tha bust equipped  prir.uns o. _t> in "V ������si KnolrniT. Mid in prepared io exevnio 'll kinds of pnntii'K in nr t  -la������ style at honusipriccn One prion to nil.  Sttioh too l.i-K-o���������nonei >o small ���������fern ". M.hi  order* priinptlr aliunde. 10. Oivo ua a trial  on yonrnexiord'r. .  To Ci-.rr.spon.onis: We lm c ii-rcpo-d-  enw.on any subject of Ini-f-at VO the general  public, and dosl.-e n r. .luhl. regular corn".-,-  rondent    in     every     I'jch'i aurroundino;  Eleveletoke. In all caeca the bona fid .a i on.  of the writer 11111=1 accompany miinu s_ript, Inn  r.ot nece__sa'ily for . nblicalio .  _deri__ all communication:*  ...:    REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko, B. C-  NOTICE TQ CORRESPONDENTS-  Delcasse's much discussed proposal to  establish French colleges at Khartoum  and Fashoda with the declared object  of counteracting the influences of the  Sirdar's Gordon college, it has been  pointed out by one who has recently  returned from Madagascar afler a  lengthened stay that the action of the  French authorities in respect ot the  English missionary schools may very  well serve as a reminder to M. Oal-  casse and his party, that circumstances may compel us to follow in  the footsteps of French policy in  Madagascar. Teaching in English  there has been practically put a slop  lo, nnel the luetics adopted have boon  such that in many cases the schools  have ell lier heen closeel or handed  over to the French Protestants, while  a few of the Knglish missionaries,  unwilling 10 abandon their work, have  decided to go to France to lenni the  language;, to enable lliem lo carry on  the work uniler the strict supervision  of  Lhe   French  olllcials.  BATCHING  I. All correspondence must bo lcglblj  _ritt_ non oncfid. of the paper only.  1. Corre6������ondence coutalning personal  rratur_BUit be siiencd with t_s pr pernauio  of the writer.  S. 1 "orrespondenco wilh reference to any  thinsc that has appeared in another paiier  -met tlrst be offere") for publication to in_t  j aper before It can appear :a The Herald.  WEDNESDAY,   JANUARY     11,   1893  TEACHING THE YOUNG  Exchange  Let those of the young folk whose  names did not appear high in *thc  grading list of the public school report, whicli was published in The  Herald the other day, not feel eloivn-  heavted. Nor lei the parent feel  disturbed or anxious because her  cbildJeither exhibits small interest in  school, or is unable to shine among  the children there, or perhaps even to  keep _>aee with them. A father, it is  true, ~ often prefers to see his kills  romping all the lime, gaining health  and strength, even if it is sometimes  to, the neglect of study, but the  mother is usualy- haunted by a horrid  specter of dunceship. She cannot  abide the idea of her "Willie being  outstripped by Mrs. So and So's  Johnny. 11 she only knew how many  ���������"duxes" turn out failures in after life,  we verily believe she would prefer to  have her dear little "Willie a dunce of  the densest order.  Although the system of graded  schools is good for the wholesale imparting of general instruction, yet it  does not seem to us to allow space  for "individual growth in individual  ways. Every child is run in the same  mould; there is no opening or chance  for development upon original lines.  He should receive special encouragement iu such studies as he may seem  to prefer, if, indeed he prefer any,  which lots of them don't. But if a  scholar has a rooted dislike say to  mathematics he will never make a  mathematician. Let him givo himself  to studies which he does like. If his  strength anei time are dissipated on  ���������those-studies���������concerning-���������which���������he-  tecis hopeless, there is none left for  these in which he might do belter.  It is not the man who is just like  every .other man who helps the  world most.' but the man whose training, mode of life anel habit of thought  make him individual, and give him a  coign of vantage that he would miss  if he wenl slipping along just like  every one else.  Backward boys, therefore, take  heart. Tackle with special zeal that  which suit-- you best, and for which  you think you have an aptitude, anel  be sure no harm will result.  WHO WILL PREDOMINATE ?  The future of the United States  is often a subject of conversation  amongst us out here in the North  West. Wc are perhaps a little loo  prone to view this great country 10  the south of us with an eye of prejudice, simply because; we are Britishers, but in tho light of thc subjoined figures it will be seen thai  "Britishers" cannot very well afford  to leave this wonderful people out of  their caluclations. "Civis llomanus  sum", goes no longer. "Civis New  York sum," or "Civis Providence,  Rhode Island, sum" is moro like it.  Canadians, as well as stay-at-home  Englishmen are very ignorant ot the  grandeur of some of the minor American cities. Towns like Quincey,  Illinois; Buffalo, N. Y.; Cleveland.  Ohio; or even Hoboken, are towns  wliich for public: buildings, stately  avenues and enterprising mon. far excel over-rated burgs like Quebec or  Montreal. Any traveller will agree  with us in this. Continue lhc comparison to the British isles. Chicago  certainly outclasses Glasgow, and for  cull tiro Boston makes Edinburgh  look like an illiterate goo-goo. Late  reports foreshadow .America's coming  greatness 011 the high seas, no less  than fifty million dollars having  lately been appropriated for the  building of war vessels. Taking the  following figures into consideration,  and increasing them in a reasonable  tatio,, which ot. the English speaking  peoples will predominate numerically  in say 25 years?  English is spoken by _r_.000.000 per-  ("ous in the British Isles, by probably  oT.OOO.OOO ot the C.0,000,000 inhabitants"  of the Uniled States; by -1,000,000 persons in Canada; by 3,000.000 in Australia; by 3.700,000 "West Indians and  by 1,000,000 in India and other British  colonics, bringing the total of the  English speaking race to over  100,000.000.  THE DEBT  FEATURE  As this is the season whon we all  tei called down for our tlebis and  reel blue over owing a hundred or so  odd dollars, it may be a melancholy  ���������-aUsfaclion to i"aru that a United  i'tntes bulletin shows the net indebtedness of. the world last year to have  been ?2G,91T.09li.000. This lets us out.  -Of-Liiis-amot*.nt-tlie-debt-of_t he United  Continue From a Previous Issue.  In a lato issue we left off this subject in the middle of sweeping out.  That is one of the biggest "chores"  one has to face, Women seem Lo  or joy shoving Lhc furniture about  and raising a dust���������literally and not  metaphorically, and we have met  ii'tiiTied men who in the spring and  fall, and in fact aL all times of year  suffered u house cleaning at their  wile's hands. IL often struck us that  Indies house cleaned ai limes to get  oven with their lieges and personally  ive cannot imagine a more terrible  revenge. In lhe dim past when wo  had n homo, or belonged to a house,  this turning lliings topsy tiirvcy used  to catch us in the neck, and we even  now have vivid recollections. We once  ki.ew (this is fact) an old mai��������� until pi'opriaied blessing, who used to  house clean every week. At that time  it. used to be a greal mystery, but we  have often thought since that it was  her way of showing her contempt and  hatred for the hoiisered sex. Now  Lhis sweeping out business can be  get down to a line point and niRS and  hides are a great help. The principal  mu tier that wc sweep up consists of  match ends, tobacco ash and spilt  tobacco, bones left by Lhe dog and  what ever he chooses to pack in. bits  of paper and dust. Fellows often  come into see us in our lonely cell,  and sometimes the more reckless ones  share our humble faro. They nearly  ali smoke unci it has been a matter  of observation Lo us, Lhe different  way they dispose of their match ends.  Most of them jusl throw them anywhere on the Hoar, or table, or on the  bed or anywlipre, some fow throw  l.liem at tho stove, and we have seen  men who have put them in an ash  tray (lower pot, or into the stove.  Some housekeepers we believe sweep  as-often as. .twice a day (especially  "~-hon the male contingent occupy a  little extra Limo oyor the after dinner  oipe), but wo havo heard that on thoso  extra, occasions tliey only sweep the  match ends and debris under a convenient mat or rug. How thc prc-  ventitlvo for lhis sweeping nuisance  ard a palliation of ils hardships is lo  have as lililc furniture as possiblo,  and thai all. placed round and in the  corners of the room, leaving a clear  space in lhc centre. Remove thc floor  covering if you have ono and shake,  lhen tako thc broom and sweep out  the ring. Replace lloor covering and  pi opare to "receive company.  Incidentally to sweeping, tidying up  i.i epiiio it business at times, and the  pK-.i'vcllous way things will get lit-  (���������".reel about, if Lliings are- not tidied  ���������1." wo go along is astonishing.' A man  is in a hurry and puts down his  gloves on a chair or lounge, clears  tho tablo for grub pile and puts a  newspaper  on  the  top of  the  gloves,  brows down his hat, a friend comes  ii. and lakes off his coat, and so on.  nips.'' one of our family, brings in  *, bone or prairie chickens' wing,, or  somo other treasure, and proceeds to  rcllectively chow it on llie top ot the  'e.l: aiiel thon we happen to want "������������������  ���������.-.loves and the result is chaos. We  b: vo seen r .hip tidy batchelores a.ic"  hu vo bc_-.ii imprcrupci with their methodical and energetic, neatness. A  man who is really tidv is a marvel  A man's method of tidying up is  diametrically opposite to the method  practised by the housekeeping sox.  A man's usual modus operandi is to  put everything away anyhow, except  his dress clothes which he knows will  resent it at the next social function,  As long as things are out of sight anel  can be got quickly on when required  tb- average batchelor is supremely  c litem. How a woman usually commences tidying up, by putting aivay  _ *��������� tho hack of a drawer or the bottom  o*' a trunk the object that is most until!..}- lying about, and so on until  the receptacle is fuil.    or   the    place  ...._, and th" result is a man goes to  _-. what he mo-t tis-.-s and it i-  bui-lcd tidily under the debris oj  tidying up. '���������  - _ All rl-.p samp. iL is very. we-, talking  . troth _1 King..  Modern Greek peasants exohange n  gold and silver wedding ring, and tliey  drink wine, from the samo cup. But tho  regular ritual of the Greek church ordains that solemn betrothal procedes the  actual lnavriiigo, iu whioh are used gold  aud silvor wedding rings blessed by  the priest, tho gold ring being given to  tho man, tho silver ring to tho woman.  Tho form of the espousal is then repeated, and tho rings aro placed on the right  hands and then exchanged that no inferiority mny bo betokened by the woni-  lu wearing the silver ring and also to  iudicato a common ownership of property.  An Armoniiin mothor usually chooses  hor daughter's husband. After all business preliminaries nro settled botween  tho families tho bridegroom's mothor,  iicconipiinied by a priest and two matrons, visits llio brido and gives her a  ring in tokon of espousal, mid with this  ring tho couplo uro ultimately married.  Among tho fishing communities very  uucioiit and olabovato rings arc used,  and tlioy descend as heirlooms from  generation to generation.  In Japanese marriages arranged between very young peoplo tho girl receives a ring in evidence that tho union  is binding. In .Malabar an old native  custom scuts both brido and bridegroom  on a dais, and a rcilativo washes the  feet of tho bridegroom with milk and  .puts a sih'C-' ring on thu groat too of the  .right foot. IIo then bauds a gold ring  to his kinsman, and a neckhico and  chaplct of flowers arc put on tho bride's  neck and head.���������Loudon Mail  States government constituted 3.10 per  -���������em,.and the total debt of the several  States and Territories 1.3U per cent,  ���������'.'ounting five persons to a family, the  average debt por family for tlie year  ���������s thus estimated for tho  "outlines:  United  States   Canada r,      Italy   Austria-Hungary   Great  Britain and   Ireland.  Franco   Spain   Australia and Cceanica ..   .  following  5     TS  lh  237  ,00  330  30  351  20  ���������13S  'Jo  -  5SI  1.1  .COO  '_*_  1.1L7  10  GORDON  MEMORIAL COLLEGE  There, is no doubt that the Sirdar  has hit upon the right suiiiiion of  e>ur difficulties in dealing with the  Soudan: what w>_ have to elo Is not  to proselytise but to educate the  natives; if our subjects choose lo remain Mohamedans. who will not again  lightly listen to the fantastic dreams  of ienorant tirophets? If a great anel  successful college be established at  Khartoum. English influence will be  assured in North Africa as it is in  South Africa. England has no need  to grasp new territories, but she has  a very real interest in seeing that  English ideas. English modes or  thought. English civilization shall lie  dominant in Egypt. Victory over  barbarous and ignorant fanaticism  will be a greater anel nobler triumph  than the slaughter of thousands of  Dervishes at Atbara or Omdurman.  That the French would not liko the  new uroject was certain, for hitherto  French influences have been supreme  in native circles in Egypt. The French  language Is taught In the public  schools to the exclusion of the English. But the beginning ot the end  has come in spite of French opposition to the scheme.    In regard to Ai.  The Canadian Pacific railway land  department re-ports itnpreeedeiii'-<!  sales of,farm properties in the Mu'i~~  law district. Moose Jaw's prorperiiy  is largely due to the large amount of  cash put In circulation among the  farmers by the Government creamery.  It is said lhat as a boy Salisbury-  was great on trading jack knives.  That "the child is father to tho man"  is well borne out. as a truth by tho  news just arrived that Salisbury has  offered France a strip of land in  Africa in exchange for fishery rights  In Newfoundland. France wont, get  many fish to hoot with the wily olel  Martinis doing the: trading.  And  this is why we sing tonight,  Anel   gra-sp  each  other's hands;  Two c.ni-j will   henceforth  reach  our  friends  In this and distant  lands.        ���������XV.  'I'll-' January 2 .tli issue of The  Youth's Companion will contain oneof John Burrough's instructive ami  entertaining articles, entitle. "The  Cunning of Birds." lie recalls many  instances of llio cleverness of birds  *n niisv.-ittintr crows, squirr.-ds, snakes.  w,..i������r.i . .nn) other enemies, and at the  same time tells a story or two showing that some birds can be as stupid  as some folks.  Korea's Seven Womlera.  The soveu ~wou.clers._oI' Korea aro: (1)  Tlio marvelous mineral spring of Kiti-  shauto, ouo clip in which is a sovereign  euro for all the ills that human flesh is  heir to. (2) Tho double springs which,  though far apart, havo a strango, mysterious affinity. According to Korean  belief, thero is a connection underground, through whicli water obbs anel  flows liko tho waters of tbo ocean, in  sncli a way that only ono spring is full  at a time. Tho water possessos a wonderful sweetening power, so. that whatever is cooked therein becomes good anel  palatable. (3) Tho cold wind cavern,  whence comes a never ceasing wind so  piercing tbat nothing can withstand it  and so powerful that, tho strongest man  cannot faco it. (1) Tho indestructible  pino forest, tho trees of which grow  up again as fast as thoy are cut down.  (5) Tbo floating stone, a massive block  that has no visiblo support, but, liko  Mohammed's colTin, remains suspended.  (0) Tho'warm stone, situated oil tho  top of a" hill and said to havo tho peculiarity of spreading warmth and hcut  all round it. (7) A drop of tho sweat of  Buddha, for 30 paces round which no  flower or vegetation will grow, nor will  birds or other living things pass ovor it.  ���������Brooklyn Eaglo.  and perhap? n-.r.kinir fun o: f.*-ri'.ii'ir.p  _*.. mods, iui: i; :- "-li .n a man tackles  a sewing job that h" frois Lis , ln-  ciimiileteaers -cost, and it is a o.iic.s-  t:e 11 whP.iher ijrr.'ing ones clothes  mended, butl ._- sewn on, anel glows,  mitts, tifis. <=-Tc.. -a-, arable i^ r-'ti.  sufficient wan ant for a Laichel or f.  i'itliberat.1:. put his h_ ad through lb���������-���������  nroso that, holds and only ___onic_-  tirnes choke:-. This _*_'.ving busiiK-'is  !s Usually done by. a man with so  r,-*, eh bungling awkwnrdn'-:-?. and  discomfort, ho has nee-tilf" all ov-r  the plr.f.". he mostly ukc? the wrong  . .', i> :i or th:-"ad. ind i" r>-.uir"'-  ycar* of ' practice. to -tri'.f  tli." .holes in a ni -al  button, tho sort usually oporntfil nn.  B.i'clH'loi's buttons can b ��������� ti.--.-i! by  ;l.c wealthy of course, but iiie only  useful ii, an .i!*u~; (.cricy if tl..- material  ar.d imp.**mpiils are al) iogr''.h'~r.  There is a slitc'liood in London.  r~n_.~_l.md. th."." for .-. small -~"i*r. !���������<���������;���������  week. I think i: i' 3'c, .g. round nud  keep l;at.ch'"lo."-_ .-l'.tlie.. nieiith'.-l. This  is certainly a charitable in.iitution  but i _ a quest ion if -ho contra, t mado  is not illegal, as being a prevention  of marriage*. To o,:1* lintrhi"!- r..~iirr-  v,'_ will piv- a very valuable receipt  for mending a hole moro or los*-? circular in a sock. If the- hole is awfully  large tli'' plan wont- work, but for ordinary occasions it is all right. G������"t  a noodle and thread or cotton or striiic  or anything, nnd sew in and around  the hole, catcli hold of both ond:, of  tho string and "pull, when th . holo  will he mended elegantly. Tie trie two  ends of the string together and t"h<~ro  you are. There may bo .1 slight lump,  but if it is much of an inconvenience-  you can easily "jump you- sock";.''  Imagine, nh batchelors! the happine."-_  of seing one's wife neatly darning one's  socks. A por-t to our mind was all  right, when ho wrote those touching  lines:  Goel   bless  our   wives!  ThcT fill our lives  With little bees nnd  honey.  They soothe life's shocks;  They mend out* socks.  Bill ilont they spend the money.  But we aro beginning to got sentimental on this subject, and to avoid  such a contingency our reader may  think it. as well if we. resume tbe "subject some .other lime.  Saint Morale uud tlio Potato*  St. Norah was. a poor girl, snys the  London Punch, who prayed St. Patrick  foi" a good gift that would make her not  proud but useful, nnd St. Patrick, ont  of his own head, taught her how to boil  ���������1 potato. A sad thing and to bo lamented, that tho secret has como down to so  few! Sinco tho highest intellectual and  physical life is dependent upon diet���������  sinco the cook makes, whilo tho physician only mends:���������should not sho who  prepares our pies bo as carefully trained  ns ho who makes our pills?  Certainly whatever .may bo the  knowledge or the ignorance of tho servant in tho kitchen, the mistress of the  bouse, bo she young or old, oue;h_ to ho  ablo, like St. Patrick in tho fable, out of  her own instructed head to teach Norah  bow to boil a potato or broil a steak so  thac they may yield their utmost of relish aud nutriment.  Until sho can do that, no woman is  qualified to preside over a household,  anel since few reach adult, lifo without  being called to than position iu tlio  -!C������-.__h_ _I_of_h_nsb__u(l, father or broth-.  er. the legend 'of St. Norah has a wide  .iaiificance.���������Youth's Companion.  l_,e most esoi'.oi.-'.icjil mocloot" preparing  food Is 11 duo mixture of meat, and vegetable sniiiliince hi th" form of soups, hut no  man should livo upon soup nlouo nny  ���������nioru ;b.-.n he should livo upon mentor  fhie Ilcjiir bread. Health, as well ns nppo-  lit., requires variery.  The ilt't-rlor.'itl'in of tho sarnet and topaz Is much   more rapid than that of tho  ruby, but it takos n diflVrent form.   \Vhll������  1 the jrnrni't bcieircrs lighter the topaz turns  I cloudy and dull   and   loses ull   \u bright-  1 illliS.  An Excellent  evmon  TEXT:  J,iiiii.4 v.. in sn  i> .I-vereri Iff >re th'" Orange"  I.O.I .'". N". I'*."--.. .It K������ Vi l."'c ke,  IJ C. i". llie .".'I in ci s> r-li.fe.li  i") S .ir.d.iy u,oii,:n_r Nov, (i tr,  K~i, i-y ll: v. S. J. Tl.oiiip-on,  sn 1. t,''-x:'.y [uu.l.-ei LI j-.i^ei  }-������!-phi. r.  Tm r," a j> iii'i-e li-iel f.tcl.s  .ar.d v.,In ible ir.iorfjiaLion in  llii. iil.l- be.eik'it tt.au yi.u  i-.iii imagine ur.t'l yiu have  iphI i . I:.'- v .nth ,1 d.-!!ar if  il'j wr.t! r_ .1 IV.t  M ;"l.-.l to ar.y ,-.d<U*<_=- frr *i*.  rvn'..-'.  R.  P.  PETTI PIECE, R-_v .stoke, B.C  ' !'������������������ lit  '      '���������'    f. \ I    J*,   i t  .    ,_- .���������    t '   A\  ! 5 _ 2 y s i b Cu r -3���������=~������a.  ��������� City Directory  '1857-03  1U...   -3 CO fa  31/1 ��������� tJ "J H.  I ITrj-ii i.i Cotir-e r,f Preparation  1     It will 1.1-.��������� rlirr'i  ni'.nll.-i |.ie-')in;iil".     lli-lp it  ��������� l-i.-.    I; v.ill I-  I    Hipster, Better, atjd Rifrht Up to-Date  willi i.i ti -. i-ic :   i-il, . (,iim 11, .ii"l '1! '��������� ,im:-1 ���������!'���������:  I,', v-l-i.���������!.,'���������<        II'* ���������|., ...,      i|.!l..l.l!    Cl'       |,||.|i|i--  Ii'.ih.-.   ie   '..J-I.t'."  Inii'Il.'i   lm. 1:   .--"i.  i.-umI  In l-i'V-l'.',!..'      I'i'i"!������������������ j1.1. i,t>..  Adv.-_-ii_-.ii;,- .'.it,-5,,.I ll|.).lli .il HI.  fi. ?. fznipi-s-  #ii^^i^^#i^ ^m^<M^  IMPERIAL B^NK  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  Present   Population  of 2000.  Kevelstoko has been selected by the  C. .P. li. as the terminal point i'or North  Kootenay aiul Okanagan. It must go  ahead. The judicious   business man  will  invest in  Revelstoke Real E  while it can be got on the ground ilooi  Glance Down lis List....  $700 will buy two fine business lot. 7 iml S, block 10, on   lirst. street. 50  leet by 100 feet.    Opposite .). D. Sib bah I'm reV-ilen ce. E-isy ti-iins.  $2*50 wish will liny two nice lots, 50 by 1C0. nearly  opposite  Samphon's'  house.    Ij'its 3 and -J, Block 11.  $:?r_0 will buy a lot 23x100, next the Pe"ont St i'ost Office.        ' _    .  $1000 will buy a block, 75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 in the centre of  the  business  part  of  Mac  eir/jio AvemiP,  $700 will hay two lot"-, 0 and 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite  0.  B. Hume &  Co.'s ware house; on Otutiphell Avenue.  $075 will buy n hou-a-i and Iml), block -10. on Third Street.    Five   rooms  bath room nnd pantry.     $750 down nnel balance   to   pay   on lot  in  10 years tu S per eeut.   The lot !���������= 50x100.  $S10'will buy a one storey house aud lot (), Block 45, on Third St.    The  furniture goes with the  bouse.    Lot, is'a corner,  50x100.    Terms  $350 down, balauo   can be arranged for.  oey bouse and lot 3. block tl, corner of- James  nnd Kootenav St    Tbo house is woll finished.    Modern  conveni-  -   ences.    Lot 72x100.    Beautiful   situation.     Terms   $525  down,  balance'in monthly payments.  $3,500 will  buv a  block  fronting on. first  St opposite  the Imporial  Bank.    Size 100x150x75. . Corner Cuiinauglit   Avenue   and  -First  St-    The U. lJ. R. siding runs along one side.     A splendid .business location.  $2000 will buy a business block 50x100 fronting on First St'.,  between  the two banks.    A fine site for a bubbles'" hou-e. --  OF CANADA  Head Oflico, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,(100  Reserve     ....   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R.Memtt, Vice Pros., (St.Oat harinoa)  William Ramsay, Robeifc J.uTray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland .Stay nor  Elms Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Brandies  North Wee. and British Columbia  Erandon  Calgary  E linonton  Portupe la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton  ONTARIO,  Niagara FallB  Ve: couvei  Winnipeg  ReertlHtolc.  N lsi.n, B. U.  Essex  Fergus  Gait  IniriTHoll  Listowell  St. Ihomivs  Port Colbnrno IToi unto  Hat. Portage      |Welland  SmuiI St. -Iarie-'i Woodstock  St, Catharines I  Minitr.iil, Quebec.  Savings Batik Department���������Deposits  of  $1   and    upwards    receii.-d    and  interest allowed.  Debentures-- Provincial, municipal  and other dohontures purchas'-d.  Drafts and Ije.tiors of Credit ���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuitod  Kingdom, Uuitod States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will bo accounted for ut nn ���������/ of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts in tho  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEAjR.-..  Manager Rovelstoko Erur. ,jh  f^u WALL JJ^  APEEB  Gill*, liiiri-iiins.   Miens, .Km-  IjussimI Clilltf, ami  lninlei'ri uf  Illllll'SVl'Iptloil-.  Tlioi-lii'Mtn.'.- mnl bratstoi-knf  WA1,Ij1',\ l'l-'.l-.S ill Uu; citv.  Liberal  iliscfiunlH  t-rlvcu   on  nil c-nsli orilci's.  I  ilml  onlv    in     W A Ij Ij  I' A I' P. l'{ S   anel solicit.uu  Iin. pc.'-1 Ion of my sloi-le.  .ipney  .MeK-E-NZIE JIVE.  of the finest  mining propositions in tlie  Big' Bend," Lardeau and  Fish Creek camps of North  Kootenay. ij'ull particulars obtained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  A biir block of Carnes Cree-k Consolidated  at  ten  cents.  These shares will be up to par yet.  $io_o<?\} to bo tin  We art' agents lor I bo equitable Savings Loan & Building Association. No mi*inbei't-hlp fen No necessity to take "hitre?. No tines  feii- non p.ynient of monthly jii".la!lnie~nt"~. Also for tbe Great .Vest  Ij'-fe I nsurance Co '. Straight Loan Department. We can get you the  money, if you can put up the security.  it-surc-nc<?  FH-1-  -We are agents for tbe imperial, Scottish   Utiion,   Queen, Cale-  elonian, Atlas and Guardian.  Ll FF. -Innic'i inl Life Insurance Co.  Af'Cfni'j.YT���������-London Accident and gu'irnutcc.  PLATK GLASS���������Lloyd's.  RfcV, lstolvc  Address :   Revelstoke.  Office :   Taylor Block.  Code :   Moreing .& Neill.  ^HJHfft^ #*##������#������#������#������#  i  acific  tan way1  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  BAST   AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  TOURIST SLI5BPERS   from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  (Quiek Time,       Good Service',  Fejwest Changes,    Lowest Rates  ^.^Tickiit_s_is^ed_   tlirotii_h..and   Baggage   checked  to destination.  'DAILY TRAINS.  East. We-st. ���������  8.40k. .Ive-Revelstoke-lve. 10.50k  TO ANO FKOM    KODTKX.VY POINTS.  8.15k. .Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..lO 05k  For    information,   time    card",  maps and tickets applyto  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.    F:    AxiJiiitSOX,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. .T. Coylid, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  J. H- Hull  & Company  Butchers    and    ~fVtioIeaeiIe   .air   '  Entail Dealers ln Beef, Fork, etc    l)  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE]  AII orders in our line prom  filled '.   Wo Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������"->Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S?OT CASK  Call and see us. We can fix you  RLVELSTGKES..W MILLS  Kevolsto-iG Station, E- C���������  _ -" ""  ,.  ut  fll  s. s.  CATANEA   FOUNDERS  MID-OCEAN  IN  CLEMENCY TO EXILES  Russia Contemplates Reform of Exile  System ��������� International Conference  Reopens��������� Esterhazy to Give Evidence���������French Fishery Rights  New York, January 5.���������The steamer  Cutanea is reponetl lost in mid-ocean.  CONFERENCE REOPENS  Washington .January 5.���������The International conference has resumed their  sessions today.  BETTER LATE THAN NEVER  St. Petersburg. January 5.���������The Russian government contemplate reforms  nl their prison anel  exile system.  PEACE TREATY CONSIDERED  Washington, January 5.���������The treaty  ot" peace framed at the Paris conference was laid before the Uniteel States  Senate yesterelay  .  TOO MUCH ESTERHAZY  Paris, January 5.���������Count. Esterhazy  has been summoned to give evidence  before the Court of Cassation in th"3  Dreyfus case.  INFERNAL  New Albany. Miss., January 5:���������Five  men were seriously injured here today  by the explosion of an infernal machine.  HAPPY THOUGHT  London, January a.���������It is reported  that France would not be altogether  unwilling to accept compensation for  and withdraw from the French islands  off Newfoundland.  REMEMBERING THE MAINE  , ' Havana, January 5.���������The principal  local paper here publicly accuses one  Cacarias Brisones, a Spaniard, of having caused the destruction of the  Maine.  COUNTY-TREASURER   HELD UP  *   FOR A LARGE SUM  GAGGED   AND   BOUND  Allans Secure Mail Cor._act��������� Laurier  Declares Senate Must be Reformed  ���������Yukon Miners' Wages Reduced-  Election Appeal' Di-missed  Baldur. Manitoba. January 5.���������  Late last night John Harrowe'r, treasurer of Argyle' County,'' was. robbed of  ?700 after having been gagged, tied  band and foot, and shot in the hand  by two men.  OFF FOR WASHINGTON  Montreal,    January 4.���������Sir    AVilfrid  Laurier has departed for Washington  to tako his place at the International  Conference.'  LOAN   COMPANIES    CONSOLIDATE  Toronto," January 5.���������Four oi tlio  largest loan companies in Canada, the  Canada Permanent, Freehold, . Western Canada anel London and Ontario,  decided yesterday to consolidate and  form  one    company    by  mented   upon   amongst     the   better  classes.  STEAMER WRECKED  Plymouth, January 4.���������The steamer  Voerwaerts was wrecked    last    night  near Trenosc Head, Cornwall.   Eleven  of the crow were drowned.  PATERNALISM  Rome, January 4.���������His Holiness,  the Pope, will not permit Mgr. Ireland  to act as United States represntative  at thc peace conference to be held  shortly at the instance of thc Czar in  St. Petersburg.  NO TICK  Havana, January 4.���������General Gomez  today addressed a proclamation to the  Cuban army advising against disbanding until proceedings in Washington  regarding tho pay of insurgent  troops had been completed.  ANTI-ANNEXATIONISTS      ���������  Manila, January 1,���������Advices have  just been received from lloilo saying  that the rebels at a meeting held ou  Saturday ratified the action of the  delegation which assured the United  States they might land unarmed. If  they landed armed, it was feared the  natives would be uncontrollable.  Further it is said that every preparation is being made for resistance on  thc part of the rebels, and reinforcements of negroes from the neighboring islands arc arriving in large  bodies.  BRILLIANT   RECEPTION  Calcutta. January -I.���������bord Curzon,  of Kedlestone, Viceroy of India, arrived here today and was accorded a  magnificent reception.  SQUALLS 'AHEAD  Washington. January 4.���������The Congress of the Uniteel States reassembles  today.  STEAMER   DISABLED  New York, January 4.���������The steamship Dart is reported disabled and  helpless iu mid-ocean.  AN   INCREASE  OF   REVENUE  St. Thomas, January 4.���������Several business-houses here were destroyed by  fire last night. They were fairly well  covered  by insurance.  WILL NEED A PUNCH  Montreal. January 4.���������Hanson Bros,  have  secured  control  of  the  Havana  Street railway.  INCREASE OF REVENUE  Ottawa,  January  4.���������The  Dominion  customs revenue has increased, during  the second half of 1S9S, over $2,009,000.  SAVING UP- FOR THE C.P.R.  Montreal, January 4.���������Finance Minister   Fielding,   speaking  at- Montreal  last  night,  announced   a  surplus    of  ?1,722,712.33 for the past fiscaryear.  CUM-GRANO  SALIS  Vancouver, January 4.���������Late advices  state that the Upper Yukon and Lake  Bennett are freo from. ice.  BETTER THAN MINTO  Grand   Forks..   B. -C,  January  4.���������  The  name   of   this  town    has    been  changed to Columbia.  FISHY ~  Ottawa, January 4.���������The decision o������  the privy, council on the fishery question is to be submitted to the department* of justice for further interpretation. ���������  ,   GETTING MILDER  Winnipeg, January 4.���������Thermometer  12 degrees below.  B  Five Hundred Derv'shes Slain  in Battle  ENGLAND RULES 0VEREGYPT  Ex-President Cleveland Discountenance!  McKinley's Policy ��������� Herbert   Gladstone as Leader of   Liberal Party���������  New Spanish Cabinet  Cairo.    January    ti.���������Colonel    Lewis  killed  five  hundred  and  captured  11 f-  teen  hundred  Dervishes  in  battle  on  the Blue Nile.  WORTHY   SON   OF   WORTHY   SIR IS  Lontlon.  January  C���������Herbert Gladstone is now mentioned as the possible  successor to Sir William Vernon Harcourt as leader in the House of Commons of the Liberal    party.      He    is  strongly backed by Henry Labouchere.  VAE VICTIS  Cairo, January G.���������Lorel Cromer has  announced   British    soereignity    over  Egypt  and   the   Soudan,   insisting  on  the subservience of the sheiks in the  country surrounding Omdurman.  KEEP   COMING  Odessa. January 5.���������The second detachment of Doukhobours sailed from  Batoum todav en route for Canada.  UNHAPPY WRETCHES  Madrid,   January   C.���������General   Pola-  niegor and Senor _Silvela   have    been  assigned' the  task  of forming a  new  Spanish cabinet.  POLITICAL  FOSSIL  Princeton,  N.  J.,    January    0.���������Ex-  President Cleveland    severely    criticises ' the    United    States      expansion  policy, denouncing it as un-American,  THOU   SHALT   NOT   STEEL  Pittsburg. January G.���������Andrew Carnegie,    the    armor   plate    king,    lias  written to XV. T.  Stead sympathising  with his efforts on behalf of peace.  SHY STAMPS  Capetown, January C���������The    British  agent in the Transvaal has    declined  to forward thc Uitlanders' petition to  the Queen.  - SECRET TREATY  Shanghai. January 5.���������It is reported  in China, and generally believed, that  a secret treaty exists between Great  Britain and the United States.  ' U. S. LACKS'A KITCHENER , _  Hong Kong, January 5.���������Leading representatives- of the Filipino Junta  at .Hong Kong declared today that a  serious crisis was impending in tho  Phillipines, due to what they designate  "'Overt unfair treatment of Filipinos  by the United States." The new  Filipino cabinet have pledged themselves to resist armed invasion by  the United Slates.   ���������  A   SASKATCHEWAN   INCIDENT.  Illusttating- the Prejudice of the Newly  Arrived Eutisher and How it Was  Dispelled.  x\n incident occurred ' at Malinda,  Saskatchewan, whicli is not without a  ludicrous bearing,  on the 17th.  Nicholas Flood Davin, M.P., .was advertised to speak at the above place.  About six miles from there   William  *_.,;... tl.f> Granger, whose family are well known  lorm one _ ���������3*-"' "���������* 'V,1.^' over Jn Orangeville, keeps a, store. A gent-  assets of all four ���������ul<- be ������kl������ ������ ele lomall namert Wood, well to do and out  SSSS % ^tlTn^So^^ ^m th^oM country but a.few years  s  the  St. Leon  Hot  Springs  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  #  ^mrmwmmmffmfwwmmffWfTmmmmm?mf?mmfffifi  I   THE MOLSONS BANK   I  ������  ������  ������  IXCOIII'OKATEU   IIY  ACT OF PARLIAMENT, 1S.3J.  HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL  HEST FUND  DIUEUTORS:   Wm. M.ii. .  XV. M. I "am  II. Maiim.aMi .Mdl.-iJ.N.  . 1*. WeiKFi:_n>._ Til.dia . General Mni-._i_.-i.-r.  S2 OCO.000  S1.50O.0O0  il.liin  .".lACi'iit-li.-o.., I'resleli'iii:   S.  II. ~~.wi.yg. Vic-c President; 3J  Sami.-li. '"inlkv. IIfxiiv j\_:i'.iin.it.i. J. 1'. Ci.i-~c.ii_k.-, ^9  __S  3  ft* ���������'���������lt'"s. J. D. MOLSON. 3  ������~ MANAOKIt.   ItKVKI.Ml'KK, It. c.       T3  ������  $_-   *-  Br     A genera  banking business transacted.  Interest i.llon eel al current  J. D. MOLSON.  >Ianac-.i:ii. ItKVi-i_>rt'_i:, It. C  THE JMJiim  EXOHJLNSE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  -Best $1.00 a clay hou-e in town.  The bar i.s sii'mlied with the lie-t brand.-; of Wiiu-,  Liquors   and   Cifinr..  --__*  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties  Both Hotels Qp<??| for the Winter  IIIMMIIII||������liHMII I11������-������HIIMIIHIIM>������M   ���������!  The Arrow Lakes Stemnci-s Kootenav* tind Minto Cull Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the SLeainei'i.  and the Spring-...  Good Accommodation both  at   the   Springs   and at  the Land ing.  Telegraphic Communication.  _  $1.25 per day.  Baths Tree.  Kates  Atlin Gold ^Fields Reported to  be Marvellously Rich  AMERICANS MAYBE BARRED  c_. V, PEEK.S. .Manager.  GUS LID.ND Proprietor  F. JAcGHRTY  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   .  PR.LME BEEF, PORK,  JAUTT0J_--J!J_D SJflUSJlGE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Jtevclstoke,  Revelstoke Station, Xakusp, Trout Lake City.-tind Ferguson.  Columbia Hous  e  The   largest hotel    in   town  Choice    Wirie."1,   Lieju._.-rs  Best'    accocuiiiccia'.ioii. ���������  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  -=~=~"~~"~~~~~"r/  Ccnli;:!])*     Ini.-Mt.cl  nd   Cigars -  Kate? ; SI       | i-i     i a,  Proprietor.  St.  Lawrence River Rising ��������� New  Westminster Boys Charged With  Mail Robbery���������Ontario Loan Companies Amalgamate  Dominion  parliament.  ___-^MINERS_-WAGES_RED.lLCED__..  Vancouver, January    5.���������Word    h  been   received that   wages     in  Yukon.mines have been reduced to one  dollar an hour.  B. C. LEGISLATURE MEETS  Victoria, 13. C, ��������� January 5.���������The  new British Columbia , legislature  meets this afternoon. v  ELECTION APPEAL DISMISSED  Victoria, Januar 5.���������The election appeal   in  North  Victoria  district    has  been dismissed.  WORE    MENNONITES     EXPECTED  Winnipeg. January 5.���������A large immigration oC .Mennonites from Kansas  to Rosthern is expected next spring.  ALLANS GET MAIL CONTRACT  . Ottawa. January 5.���������The Allan line  .Will carry the mails to Great Britain  ft om St. John. New Brunswick, and  Halifax, Nova Scotia, during the  winter.  LAURIER POSES AS A REFORMER  ' Montreal, January ���������!.���������In his speech  at the Liberal demonstration here  last night. Sir Wilfrid Laurier said  that tho Senate must ho reformed.  He favored making the result of the  joint vote of the Commons and the  Senate decisive on disputed questions.  MILLIONS   FOR   U. S.  NAVY  Madrid, January 4.���������The Spanish  governor of the Philippines cables  from Manila that all the Spaniards  on Belabac .Island have been assassinated with the exception of one  woman.  TO COLLECT ROYALTIES  London, January 4.���������Rudyard Kipling, accompanied by his wifo and  family, will leave for America on  January 25th.  BUT  BY  JINGO  IF  WE   DO  Washington, January 4.���������The    estimated cost of new war vessels for tho  United States navy Is over $50,000,000.  PAWKY KRUGER  Johannesburg,    Soulli    Africa, .Tin-  uary 4.���������The Boers did not   celebrato  "Jameson   Day"   as   was   proposed.  Kruger's   order   is   favorably   coin-  was driving there, which is near  where the meeting was to take place.  and���������be-gaVe-Bill_Gra"riger~a~i'i"de.  '���������'..ont you come in?" said Granger.  "No," said Wood, "I have been accustomed to hear Gladstone and Balfour and the great men at home and  it is not likely that I would be much  interested in what this Mr. Davin  woultl say."  "But  come   in,"    insisted   Granger,  "tliey say Davin is quite a speaker."  He yielded.  "When he was seen to enter, as he  was much respected, it was at onco  determined to put him in the chair.  Nicholas spoke about two hoius and  after the first five minutes Jlr. Wood  never took' his eyes from him, and  when Mr. Davin, who among other  things had laughed at Sir AVilfrid Laurier for taking a title, saying when  addressed as "Sir Wilfrid," "not Sir  Wilfrid���������plain Jlr. Laurier���������I am a  democrat to the linger tips," sat clown,  Jlr. Wood, speaking well and fluently,  said he had been delighted, that he'  woultl henceforth study Canadian politics, that he had been accustomed to  hear Gladstone and Balfour, but that  night ho hatl heard in the new region,  just being developed from the wild,  a speech equal to anything the best  men In England could deliver and  he could assure the Right, Honorable  Mr. Davin���������  Here Air. Davin sprang to his feet  and placing his hand on his heart, said  "Not Right Honorable���������plain Mr.  Davin���������I am a democrat to the finger  tips."   Laughter  Mr. Wood concluded with these  words:  "I heard Sir Thomas Gladstone, the  brother of Mr. Gladstone say. 'I was  born a tory, I have lived a tory anel  T hope to die a tory.' I was bora a  liberal, 1 have lived a liberal, but after  the speech 1 have heard here tonight  I hope to live a tory in Canada and  die a tory."  Vancouver, January G.���������The British  Columbia legislature opened today.  The speech from the throne included  an announcement which came like a  thunder-elap.~Ittwas���������~hat���������*Le-gisla-~  tion be introduced to exclude aliens  from taking up working claims in the  province of British Columbia." This  virtually means that Americans are  lo be debarred from mining in the  Atlin district which promises to be  richer than the Klondike.  -     PASTORAL NAME  Winnipeg, January 6.���������The town of  Doris ou the Crow's Nest Pass railway will in future be known as Fort  Steele junction.  ATLIN GOLD FIELDS  Vancouver,    January    C.���������Inspector !  FROM THE COAST  A Calgary Bean's Impressions of Mining  and the Cities of the Pacific  From  The, Calgary  Herald  Dear Editor: Having during Christinas week visited the cities of Spokane, Tacoma, Seattle and Vancouver,  I thought some of your readers might  like to hear what is" being said and  done in those places.  After leaving Calgary I went  through West Kootenay, that district  is going to be an eyeopener to the  mining world before long. An immense amout of development work has  been done during the last 32 months,  and this winter will show the result.  It is safe to. say that more than twice  as much ore will be shipped this winter as last, and the Increase in number of shipping mines will probably be  2QQ���������pe_-cent  The snow is now geting well packed and rawhiding will be vigorously  prosecuted" until spring, which will  bring many outlying mines into the  "shipping list."  At Spokane business seems veiy  good. They still do a large business  with Kootenay that without dotiht  ought to go thro' Canadian channels.  Alberta- farmers and merchants must  wake up. The Yankee go-aheadive-  ness is getting ahead of us ovcry day.  In Seattle and Tacoma, two twin  cities on the Sound, an immense difference in business activity was visa  ing them at thoir concert.  They are now working towards the  coast anel are meeting with splendid  success. Their advance agent is Harry  Fay. who wlil be remembered by many  as the comedian of the Cosgrove company. (>  In Seattle 1 mot the Great McEwen,  he announced his intention of giving'  Calgary another chance to show its  appreciation of his efforts next season.  Wishing all Calgary a jolly Christmas tide aud prosperous new year,  I  am .sir.  Yours   trulv,  T.   II.   1.  Vancouver,   December   20,   1S3S.  SUPPOSED SUICIDE  Large-light bed  rooms.    -Rnte-i   $1.00 a  Ttilile. I'urnisbe.il with  tin* choice"!; the innrket  afford-*. Be-.-c Wines  Liquor.".- unci Cigars  day.     Monthly race.  J. ALU EUT STONE. Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY���������^  Feed and Sale Stable of tiie Iinrdsau and TroutLalre Distriq  S.ielJIe    and      Park  iilirnvf- for liii^.  H.uve-"  Freifrhliu;;   un  sped.illy.  Te .iiuint  Daily Stajre leaves Tiicniison's  L_n.in._f i-very morning .-it, 7 o'cloe-jt  for Trout Lake Citv.    For particular- wiile  CRAIG to HILLMAN, Thomson's Landino. '   : ��������� - . __   a To secure, one of tho=e"desirable   lots  _ CHEAP on  the C.  to K.  Steuin  Navi-  * - gatiou Company's site.  __.._��������� i i������������������ .   ���������_> ,i���������. x-j.,..i, i\:__.t.f \t������������������,,i   . bio.   It appears to mc that .Seattle was  -.l,nc������ or^^0,,lhH,^.���������Mo^,H '������ioing vastly more business and men  of experience with whom I conversed  endorsed   my   view   of    the    case.   I  visited five flouring mills and one oat  meal   mill.   The   manager   personally  . conducted me over one mill in Seattle  j with a capacity of 1300 barrels.   They  I were that afternoon finishing loading  a vessel with 56,000 bags of   flour di-  lect for lhc Liverpool market via Cape  . Horn, and were then "HiO.OOO bags be-  ��������� hind iu their China orders.  |     Our own terminal city (Vancouver)  is looking gav in holiday attire   and  ""     new C. P. R.  ed    Police,    reports    the    Atlin    gold  fields to be marvellously rich.  ACCUSED  OE  MAIL ROBBERY  Three New Westminster boys havo  been arrested anel  charged with mail  robbery.  NEW WATERWORKS  'Montreal, January G��������� The St. Lawrence: river  has  risen    to an    extent  that"   has   given rise to    fears    of   a  flood in the city.  CENTRALISATION  Winnipeg, January C.���������It Is reported  From The Calgary Herald  John Dowe, an elderly Scotchman,  met his death at the depot Thursday  morning through being run over by  passenger���������train���������No.-1^Circumstances"  whicli have since come lo light tend  to show that the sail occurrence was  a deliberate act of suicide. Poor circumstances, together with privato  family trouble, hael .doubtless made  him despondent. He hud come down  from Reel Deer whore his son-in-law  resides, early in December, expecting  to go to work at Ills trade tiiiHiuilli-  ing on the roof of tho round  house.  He told several parties recently of  his intention to throw himself under  the train, but was not taken seriously.  Deceased, who was a well Informed  man and had evidently seen hi'llei'  days, has a d.uiglit-T residing In Nelson", B.C.  Dr. Sanson, coroner, opens an Inquest this afternoon on the body of  the unfortunate; man. The Jury were  sworn In nt the C. P. H. depot, nml  after viewing the body proceeded to  the city hull, whore the Inquiry I.s  now proceeding.. ���������  Later���������The verdict1 of the coroner's  jury is suicide.  Dont    wait     l ill    Ihe    boom  our way, but BUV NOW.  comes o  HAIG 8c CRAGE  -Sbie"AgentsJ  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MICTIIODIST  Pfcaclii. K  /~~HUKCII    (IV  X-t   K.jv.'l toko  I businesss is good.   Th  that four more Ontario loan companies   (iepot   is   assuming  imposing propor-  are about to amalgamate. tions;  several other large blocks that  BISHOP SULLIVAN DEAD I were in course of construction when  Toronto, January C���������Bishop    Sulli- i I was here last August are completed  van died at 5:10 this morning.  A  WOMAN  WHO  DID  ��������� "Grant as a Father,*' by the great  soldier's son. Gen. Frederick Dent  Grant, will ho the leading feature of  The Youth's Comnanlon for the week  of January 19th. The arliclc describes  how General Grant showed his affection for his children, even at the  most trying times, and relates some  -trilling anecdotes of his coolness in  battle..  London. January 4.���������Some remarkable facts have developed regarding  the suicide of Mrs. Marx Aveliug last  March. It anpears that she learned  that Dr. Avefing, the English scientist  leader, with whom she hael lived for  a number of years, had secretly married a young lady. He admitted that  this was so and intimated that he was  tired of her. whereupon Mrs. Aveling  said the best thing she could do was  to commit suicide. Dr. Aveling, it  further appears, allowed her to send  to a druggist's shop for poison and  went out walking while she drank it.  The prosecution would have taken  action in the matter but for Dr. Avel-  ing's sudden death on August 4th  last. Mrs. Eleanor Aveling was the  daughter of the late celebrated German  Socialist leader Karl  Marx.  CnURCH ��������� KcveiMi.kfl  !0r>"ici-n at ll ti.rn. a: il 7:-*>~  p.n'. t.'ia-fi moc-iin^ nt. tli'-. cl.if-e ot tin*  luui'm.Ht ecri-Ico. .-al'buth scco'-l r.ml Bilne  (/lain at '_.'::"<) iliii. Wi-okly jiroyer 'i.eietiii..'  overy VTrdnm'lnj- ovi i.iny ut 7:30 j. in. Tht-  jinli.'i.i tiro norii'.nlly invited,     .nit., froe.  HKV. _. .1. THOMPSON, I":i-tnr.  ~--~(-~_,A~N~l>-SL.     I\.l_.,r*.-  Hour! ot service:   Ev'tnirv  prny.r  il.ily   nt 6  o__lcic_   _'ri-v"y_  :.t   "���������_.*������-  .-midiiy-H unit l-'oilivils:   Holy Cohi'mui. m- 'it. .  il ni.. ninri.tiiK iirr.yor ut   II.   t-undi.}-   r_.-_._l !  iind !!llile������ _ "l.i-i' ut 2:'.r\ evei.i"__r jir^y. r ut 7:"~-J  I''lr_<lj .-ii-ilny in lho nioiuli Holy CoininunU'ii '  nt r.ioruirix ������cr_Irra.  FRANK A. fr-ORl". Vic-ir.  T>"t!"--|iYT_"!:iAN CH UK CJ ~���������Reyclsto!.-^.  *��������� liorvicei oven Sunday at 11 a.m ..r.d 7-.'  p.m HilTo CI.ki at 2".'-|>*" p.m., to whicli  i.il Hre. w>>] .uinc. Prayer iv._elin? ac . i, in  iivcry \\"eclnoi'il:i7. "  RKV. T. MKNZIES. I'-t-r/,-  What Do Yoii   ft  Want in Shoes ���������  If >ou w.i t a K'.od Miners' Slioo  come  11. Jenkins.  It y..ii wr.iit a gsid Proepcctore' Shoe com*  lo t)  .Tcck'ng. ,  .-^l-.nci anil ilainc-ts rn;'iirwl cc tlie flir,rt9������t  nnti.-.;. .All )in������i of work kept in ������t������rk  ..l lirirc-'lo sin _ 1.  D  ".--st .ct-rit. on  . ������l.  ...  Chi.,via.  I 1 OMAN  ���������^    htllkC  ..EVIEW  ind   occupied   and   others   are   being  erected.       Thomson   brothers   are   in  their  new  block  on  Hastings  street,  and   in   general   appearance   of  store  and  stock  hold  their own with anything in tho West,  i    Altogether    Vancouver    has   added  many inches to its stature during the  last 12 months.   But with the city my  ! panegyrical  letter  must  cease.      But  1 the   weather;    Words   cannot  picturs  ' a place so drear.   It was raining    iu  ' Spokane, trying to do so on   the Sound  anel  has  made  a glorious  success  of.  , it here.   It tried to rain Friday, it did  it on Saturday, It did ditto all Christmas day and is doing even better (?)  today.    Its mud everywhere.   Oh!  for  \ a taste of Calgary today.   As a Cal-  ' garian remarked to me "would not a  ; spin on the rink be fine."   Calgarians  do not half appreciate the splendor of  their climate.  By the way, I met the Walthcrs in  Spokane and had the pleasure of hcar-  .'llluilrtl  pride  CATHOLIC.'   CJEJURe-jK - U.--.-1  XI-<������   r.r,.t ard l.-ird Sundayp ir.  moiitli iU 10:30 n ���������".  RKV. FATHER TJIAYElc.  CAI.V ATION AltMV���������Mcclincs tvtiy "-".M  ������>J   In llio'.r had on I-'rnnt H*r. i-t   JENKINS  2 block front  tho Imperial  1U--cl&:cKe Station, B, O.  Tfee Vepnon Soda  Water  Works . ,  M. J. O'SRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Minn, idii c of Soda Water, jlneer  Ale. S_in_:pi'illa,a_-.d all Soft Driuks.  A full sodpIv kept in ������tock nt Mo-  Carij'fi Gold Siorng.., where orden  ci:i t-c loft. e20-sw-tf  The ledger ot another year I.s clo-i'd,  The debt and  the    credit    footings  made.  The loss anel profit    written, and    wo  havo  A chance to sec    that    our    Investment's paid. li  Of pleasure we    have taken  what wc  could,  Of work anel  torrow    our  share;  Havo    blossomed    out with  what we've done.  Anel  withered  under Mrs. Gniiiily's  li      stare.  As tutor to us. Dear Experience  The birch  with  old-time    .im.  did  wield;   and yet  The lessons that wc toiled    to    learn  one day  Wc  knew    that    by  the    next  should forget.  In all, this year, we've gained somewhat  in  age.  And, mayhap,  wisdom,  too,  though  still   inclined  To blow into    the    Gun    of    Circumstance  To learn    if it be   charged,���������and 't  is, we find!  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1653. j j  R_1S l.'.'.-'iilni'  in-. lhu;*  arc  li-lii  in  tin"  JffvL i).|.lf.-l|..������.H Ilnll  ..i-llii; lii^t   Kri.l.iy  f*fPT������ ol i'_i_li month .-,t 7.:ni [..tin.   Willi,i������  ������yi"iiij lir.ilii'iii '������������������'i-li.illy lm Unci  i-i.  J.. FRETZ  Contractor1 and Builder.  Shcpoppo i'e Imperial Bauk.  ^evelstoKe  Hospital!  M-ttoin'.ty Room i.i connee-tiem.  Vaccine   kept     on    hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants  Blacl-sm-thine-. Jobbine  PlumbiEi?.   "--ipe Fitting  Tin.-___������thins*  Sheet Jr _m Work  r2r~.ci~.il- e������y Repairer.  ��������� Mining Work a -?p5cia!ty_______c__  HOST. GOHDOS  Revelstoke  Station.  '���������.'.���������<-.<  -.'-3$������fc- %-Sore Throat  'M'U.: '.ii'1' Ii***: of ---trgftnt prepftvHtlon.r  i;c;>: 1'V thvCnUM-J**. Drug -i: liuok Co,:  (V 1II:h1s' }Ion~.'v and almond Croa'.n  ;>^ Oiyfvnnt and Ciicumber  ;tj Hsiihrrnol Cream  ;V AVI ten   Hazel .Cr-am  5 J*V.? of Cufiirabt-r an J Ro.es   .  t\*.    . Vjnolirt  Cr-~fcUi  ������V- ?*������ir;:a_n 'Bh!m  ft; Glycerine  . nd  I_ o-st*. W'hivt  "THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  LIMITKIl.  CHAS. K:'Mi-IiO~~AI.il, Manager.  '"H.'KEXZli:   AVE..   KF.VEI.ST01C1'   STATION,  LOCAL  AND _CEHERAL   NEWS  C. A. T_i.iro"s left vest _rilay   uioi-n-  X.lni.'feii- Holism).  Winnipeg's population hus readied  tlio c/J,!._- l"n:ii"k.  Till losiffnation of Dr. .Malloc:li as  ���������health oS-icer i- "jazetled.  : J. .1. Laiiej.-tatle nf the Trout' Lake  Tupie. wn.s in town yesterday.  ���������Dr. Ti.   -il.itlii.sein   will   resume  his  ~iriif..'.-.-ionn! visits to lievel.stoki: about  ,���������'���������Iha.eud of jiirinarv,-  ������������������'"��������� >~H'"r '       '���������  ���������'-..'Miss Steele has a niniilii'i" of speci-  inens of hei* ..liaiviii^ em view in the  window of Curtis' drugstore.  Tiie North .Still" anil Arrow La lee  Railway Oo. are. asking for a yiNii-'s  extension of time.    Why n'nly'a yes'ir?  '���������_ Inspector. Hui'iis' visited  the   public  sihciol nn   .Monday and  Tuesday  a nel  repents the'"-''school ?"in   excellent   con-  ���������  dition.  J. V. Porks took  over   the .Victoria  -Hotel, ut   noon   on     Alonday.;    Pete;  Luveque will continue to;actus inixolci-  : gist in,the bur. f.~i:  '-: The County -.Court   fixed  for   todny  (Wednesday) has   been -adjourned- by  His Hiinor. J iiclfje Forin,   untilWetl-  -nesday. February Sth. ? :<  F. Mi Carty has reduced tlio   price of  coal-SLoO pert.iin.     The -price, of   an-  .������������������ thr ..cite is now $8 eltMivered" froin  the  : -Hi-'cir SS.50 from the slied.  if. Sheriff I.edtjnivp.., one of thei  oldest.  and best known officials' in  the prov-  . iiicej. bas   We'eii  tbhl 'that tlie?:.Miirtin  tioveriiineiiL have no fiit'tbei-, vise. ?i'or  hini-y ??? ;'���������;.....?��������������������������� ?.'??- :'?;..;. ?-- -X"--;-;-'  ���������?���������������������������'��������� ���������,.The;i-eiRiil.irmeeting of the L.  O.   L.  ,, Nil. 1G53 will nieelein   the  tliii'cl.Fi-i-  - ilay of every : month   in   future.   The  next i-ejrulaV meeting will hi-  held   ein  'Friday, Fell.-17 tli: -'. -.XX-'XyX   :,.?-  ;?'X' Fred -?Fi";i'_eir 'lias;?: been?-appointed  X ._J udge of the Couit ejf RevisionXiiiul  XXAppeal .for XtlieXXRovelstokoy district/  :? Kellie iiiiist his.crazy?' if -heX'thinks -he  X^cansliind" Fred-off with?. a; t.wo-liit ? job"  .X:'ike.thjit.??yX_? X?.X;:y:;X :���������: ^J-yX-XX??;?.-;.?'.;  if After ���������'Saturday night's in'e'efcing tiie  crowd cif:rei6tei-.s '.vt-i'U;p(iriu!ecl?tii. the.  ;  hum hei-of thirtydown to tlieyG.enti*..]  ?Xwh(iie' II.. ,-N.X?G.otusi'ei-'������������������;..preti.y,:._ near..  pui-ilyzecViheyrtng?!^  :; thi-eejitiiiiei'v' yX"?. .X'X-:''XXX^v "'?iJ?.:'X"-Xi-  X??,T. H.Diitviie.oftlniiiiltl st'iippiid over  here on Monday on his way home f rpni  XVnric-odver,"where ho v.. Vi.-iss'' iicer.,: put-  : :_tirii< itiXau   holiday as -iheiii ber? iif_.-��������� the  XXLTro-ryXLindley?  :anil-  Gliira-; M.itlies  -companies.   ,,y '?..y-:-'?y ?; ?";-''X .;?:--,?; ;.-:?? X  X y Official   liotificatioii?   hiis? been   rt:-  "-ceiyiiil that i H-XN.? Ginii-sie.1"? has? lieen  "appointed as Mr. .1.1).  S: blm Id's successor.? SoXcioe.- p;iti'icitisui.'".p'.ire-. and  ?:uhcU_i!led.X at   last,? re.tp -X tliu?-?much  X desired leward. ���������-���������-���������-.. ;.���������������??     .���������-.-.��������� . ??;,  '-.P";McG.-ir-.hy. is put tins; -i. new--frcml.  into  Vy'nite     &-'���������?��������� Scejlt's   biu'ltiiiig   on  . .XMae.'kt'iizie'    Aye. ' for   Guy.. H.-ifliei'.'  ;..who.expeet.s- tdJ le'itinvc. his '-jewellers  . shop ft-uin. Front .St. to this stand within the; next ten?.l'.y__*. ?.'���������      X ' .,X-X;Xa   -??:  ? The; Jan nary-ii u inbo'.-.of the : Kani-  .y.lciops -and Distric",. -Mining t-razette.  X published by -'it'.-srs. Ciarke to Young,  . .is .tc~ hanii. The niiniber~ contains  X-'Jisefiil .-tucl vnliialiie .ihioriiiatipu about  !?the niines bf:the il!.sli*!Ct?it?i'i'pi*ese*its.  .'Tlie imrit-v ok! .Siii'iil- isWiuidcr tlit'  X settled conviction, iIi.id a three cent  rate of postage still exists in the  Bouiinioii. It takes a long time to  : get a new idea into? its.i.-illegetl hraiti.  ���������.'������������������ Ahoiit next seiiinnei". it, -will cenne  ..-.-'round.to it.'?".,.X-X.J-?.XX..j. rJ;-:. 'X~?'. ���������'.; .??;''.  Rev. F. A. Kurd has sutliciently re-  cuveie'd from his indisposition lo We  around again.  B. If." Atkins of the -Mail, returned  this morning, leaving Kellie, M, P. P..  to go it alone.  T. l-obeilsoii of tli(!_ O. P. R. stores  depot at Dnnitlil, is in town under  medical treatment.  Mi'.'-B.' A.-.Smith, elect rieian, has  f-iM'ved his I'oni'iectiein with tbe Revel-  tuke W.iter, Light & P.r.vei* Co.  Dr. .MfKec-linie received the ��������� snd  news yesterday of the death of his  iiiolliei" at lier home near Port Elgin,  Out.        ,  The niore a man spend.' I'm' newspaper ailverli.-iiig the mure positive  lie is in his belie! in the results that it.  Wrings.  Mr. IhiWeilsnii, who is on his way to  .I'alifurni.-i und .other southern slates  has Ween spending a fow days iu lown  visi!inir his'hrolher Mr. F. Rolioi'lson  of the G.l'.l;.  If an miiile has any -value nf any  utility at all il, can We solel by letting  people know ulioiit it.  Revival "service's are heing lu-lil in  the .Met liiidisl, e-liiircli every night this  week with I lie exception''���������of .Saturday  nighi-. 'I'lie uu-'lings are being Well  attended anil considerable interest.  iiiiinifi'sti'd. Rev. Mr, Thompson will  lead at the me.-liiig tonight, and the  subject will We -'A clean I lewrf."  fj'iinnot the goveiiiineiil. do soniii-  fliing I'm" lliat'elistiiiguislied patriot,  his lordsliin l-'reil Fnisei*. .lodge, of the  flour!, of Revision and Appeiils.".'iu llie  neiglilioi'liood of A tlin Lake? True,  liis new elesign.-ttion, is' a ..lofty and  imposing line.'hul,'nlter all. wli.ii's in a  tiiiiiie. as the iiiietsn justly remarks..  Mow hollow and empty iilii.st.seeiii  these mere high sounding titles, these  vain hiidge.'S'- of rank, when it's the  pure dough that a"? patriot is really  after.   XX?..:  r'vX'X "'"-'X''."  The Law nuBlnesa.  "Havon't  soo you lately, "said? th������  first lawyer.   ?  "No, "replied   tho second lawyer.  "Wo!vo moved."   ?-:"-^���������'?'_���������  " yVhere sre yon now?"  X'-Over in the Utopia building. Our  firm's got a shit of seven offices."  ���������f.7''Seven .officos? Vi'hafc can you possibly do. with-so inacy?": .:.- .  X" "Well, tbey dou't?cost? .imch'.'.'"..���������.���������The-  office: building businejs- is ovordpiie in  this city.? .We'vo got'a lot of desks,,and:  we'll lillthem up with ciorks frcm the  colleges. X" They don't cost anything i'ai  all.xr?J:"*:X:-::,.7.:7:.- .Jx?J7777."JX:.,.;:??.":. X  f'J'That's ?so,.',- said ? the ?first: lawyer,-  ,"aud?they?aih[t?wortii:any_hiiig.'':":'?y?t  '.":". "True-; again,?;'���������?'������������������ "replied;"Xthe"��������� ?-econd'  la-rt-yer,?^bob Hhey'll??imake a show and  impress clieuts.?'.V?,?':X":J"XXXji.:;;F;?:,? .-iX?.?::.  % The law and tbo olEce building'.bnsir'  nesses ^eeinito.haydfalleu-iipou'Btrange  tinids.Xthis being .a true report of iincc-  _T_iil- ctinyersaticn. ���������Bu ffiild; Expross. _?  aThe Leading Store.93  : Xo bluster, no fuss, just business, time's nil.  ODD ENDS  ; "Winter Dress Goods  Eider Down  Chinchilla  Wrapperettes  ?Can   bex?Purehased ;f_o.mJus at-:  ������������������;. Very .Low Prices. ??  Thousands   of Article  season of the year.  Suitable for this  Ssri-  i-o-* -^v���������������./C-j j;t���������-%riij- --,���������^-"~>���������tr^^i-iir -<���������-,xui^ ^v��������� stV--v-* ^^_3l.-|--v���������,   c5V.-^V"   -dt-r ?=i>-~.A---^ ���������i__^o  S 1.1 HOLIDAY" GOODS  ifij'  | f M M:ENS,:������������������FURNISHINaS: S  ?t 1B9 %? %-7  W  W %��������� A Great"Assortment .at the? Post   Office Mg  % t^ fl Store.;���������.��������������������������� Miners'.Clothing Particulary.      -^  % i 1 BOOTS" ��������� ANE> ���������������������������'SHOES  W Wi rp'r To. Fit Every Foot. and. Suit any Taste 0  fc'���������"'���������'-'"��������� at nic-sUy any price you v/ish to pay  *r.?-*\  ;Onr ? Ready jt W Wearx3:,?-';;  ���������X   Stock,^^: For   Men, :?Youths., Boys andrChildreii.-^and:;::[  ���������'.'��������������������������� - wc have: the Largest, and "Best Assortment iii ..Revel-,''.?* XI  X. stoke,��������� is still selling* rapidly at popular prices. .       ? X  I  TAYLOR BL'JCK,  flcKENZIE  AVEj  ? ? Told rior-Story ?tn-Sli" -Vorils. /SX-,  ��������� ���������'". Auiit.'CIierry.'Mallory"ivn'S''. recoiltly piit  oiitlio witiices stiiiiil ati'''Adam's Stat ion to  ��������� toll what slio-Uuciv about:tho aiiiiiliijntioti  p������_a  hog : bj' a   Louisville  and. Nash vi He  ,"iiiisEeii'gejr-Ipcoiiiqt*ivc.;;:.;.'Aftor being sworn,  sho lyas ."iskcil by tiio .wisp?' lawyer,it" slin  Ejiw-Uieo; .iiii kill this "liog. ,-���������'> Vo.-;,":, slid  said, ���������'-I-sceiI.'lt.':',,X :���������???::' i:.'"?.  :; '-.Well,-".said tho,lawyer; "toll'-the court  in lis -few'wordslis possiblo all,ypti know  "nbpri.ti'it."'. ?  ':77f7'-'i7. ff :"-������������������.���������".'?��������� :.'���������:'.-   ��������� ;'-'  .."I kin do.dat iii. a������������������:mighty.Toy.- words,"  said Aunt (J.,..clearing-' her ttliroat,' and,  with ono byo on tho jtiilgo and ouo'ejn tho.  l:iwycr,Jslijj^u!lt~X intjiis' 'tontod n'n.d 'l.uck  'iiii. "--ruSrlcsYTllb (ToriiV.) Leaf Clironiclo.  A.Iettei* *.vit"n?thc?fcilIoiving  address  :,'?.' is   iying.in "this   ofriceXawaiting,  its  ���������>:-. owner':. Madame R. A. Houde. '.Revelstoke  Hep. A ld,   se.'!iii~ivcekly,   Revel-  ���������=toke, J?. C.?  The envelope is stahiped  jNotiC'Danie eie Levis. Que.".',".'.' _i\;':  The Boarcl of Trade met last night  XX.'.yitid passed a 1-ese.liuiou. i-e'Ciucsting the  " loi-al" nieinberi".fo pr.ss for incorporation some tiine within three niontliK.  when ���������"lt'.,; would not emimrass the  siipporters ofXpr6.vihci.-il expenditure  oii the protection of the river hank.  :,;������������������.,    Om- corTc-spotv.lence froni Thomson's  'Landing   duieel   Krd    inst.   has    Ween  ���������-���������-������������������-rtjciijyed tor. late for:puWliear.oii. ?: Thy  X   e-ause of -delay of the mails from  the  Lrtrdeaii is th -   fact that  the ..Arm   is  Xv fiozen over and the- 'boats cannot get  through.     Until   the- ice'lireaks ,. the  mails wil! have to' come, over the  ice  -by dog   ? liaih,     a   rather, daiigcrou _  linelertaki.'ig."' .f,f  ��������� ''The.many  fii_iids "of..'Sheriif  Red-  gi-ai-e will ho very sorry to learn   that  rt he has been infiii-uied "by  the preseh.  fiver-zealous ?, Altoriiey-t.'eneral    that.  his .services as gaoler, at Donald would  not he.'i-eqiiii-ecl'" after.. Jamiary   81st.  The sheriff   having been some" thirty  .'������������������������������������.-Id years in  the government service-,  .    it   is  evidently - veiy   apparent   that  goveinui'-'iit-'.    like-,   eoipoiations,, are  wholly soulless.���������Golden .Miner. .X.'.  X-'.'. A inpy r.f that splenciicl story  "���������ulitled -O-.-e-ivoii'iiiig llifAVc.-ilcl," by  Charles M. .SliVldon.^author of '*[n His  Steps." ."���������'ni.*:."Ri-eli'iiiption eif FrtH--  "euvn." etc.. h-i"- t-ei'-n sent io us by tne  Poi.'!..: Piinlir.g <?o.. LiniiteVl. Toronto,  Ant.. This s:*:: v is intc-i ...sting alike  toold and jiiiing. anel has ....powerful  influence in the moulding of er-h.-iiatter.  This makes eiiiht books of Sheldon's  published hy The Poole Printing Co.,  -.-Limited, the c-xtra line cloth edition ot*  which makes a splendid set'of hooks  for Sunday school lihraiip... ��������� Tliey .ire  liiidn.iW'e _l!v the West, library books  pnbli^h'-.l i his y.'.-ir... ln paper covers.  .2-~> rent.-: e.\tia line cloth binding, 'f/l  e*-rits. I-*or s-'ile hy ail cle;i;prs, _orsent  .'-by th*- jii'.hiisheis. postp iici on receipt  -of pi _.;.,���������. ' (Jt- any :-:>: hooks in paper  ���������!-ev";-<- *.c������j'l l," >er.t I'lOscpaid for $IM)  "nv si-ndir.ir to The Poole Printing Co..  Liiiiitcu. '"23 nnd 30 Meiinda -Stieet.  . --.iorohto. Ont.  : ,   :  l)t'B<'rilj.Mi  if   _S*ot:_0������nil<cl.   .".':-���������  "   Tenchcr���������-Vluit isvelbcity. w,      X.XX?  Pupil��������� Velocity   is v.:hat  aXintin'.puts a  hot plato-:eloivu withX'���������f .iil������dol[_liia Call:"  In France thero aro on tho average seven  dogs toeyory liiiiiiii*eei iiihabi tar. ts. Paris,  however, hiis only four co the buntlred���������  ltii.OOOin all.? ": ? X*  ???? Dissolution of' Partnershi-p.- J  X-Tlii' lir.rt.iiei'.sliip )iei"etbfore'i!Xistiii|,r.liet\veeti  S'mvilie .t-'Sco'ttj'. commission.' agents, has. tliis  ilny lieenili^solveil." All iiccoiints lineUie. saiel  llrm'are now pavnble.lb Mrs. S.W.Smvtlio. .;..���������;  :: Datoet atlteV-lstok-e.JanuaryJOtli, lSBS).'   s .;,  ���������J 7 J    J ��������� J J J- J5Wa.nte.dXX J J? J Uf} J '���������: 7  -A   nnsUicui-- lis'Hotel'JliiiiaKer.' anil Xl-imik-  ke-iuT. lias li'a'l yood experii'iice.iincl eun give  i;.>oil reJerei.ees/.iApply IIekai.1) Odiee:??'-,.: 7  \ Strayed.;?  Straveil inl" ni v' premise's about, Man.'Ist, one  bliic-k "iii.'iilev"eo������*:'~';: OU'ner .is.re.jiiestecl to  prove* proper'tv," pay: ox.voiises ami- lake lier.  UU'' .Ui U: iUUUUf'Ui.ov'EixisoUff  -v..-...������-:-,,;        -,:...���������>;.;;.,...,      -b'ee'oiiil 'Si reet.;?  Sale By Tender.  .'..liii.li-.r aiu! Ijv'virlui: of: a 'r .rtiitn "iii<*.rt;;_Ki..'  tlie-e-will be ..(fore.l F-ir sale hv remler. one  frr.tnn liiiiiborljiiil.llii? 'iaiK-H'i.-������iit",.:fruino'.'.. linn:-  bt't bnilillng -inlilition to ������liove.'l!6x*iS.'...l)C>tli  sit ante 'on'Lot 10." H lookSI. C.'.l'.K. Townsite. iu  Uevelst.ilee, 1). C. iui'-l .kiiinvi.-ns.tlii; Illiodesla  I.estiiiirant.'-:.    -:?0? ���������'��������� :.>?-���������-~:-?.S' '-'''f-i'7;  : Tenilors "'ill l;o n.__I'v< .1 '-livtlie '���������liriiliir:.K'ne-il  up to ���������".Inii:--l*.'."I'i'9. : l"������!l, r.iirtli-iilars i.-iay. he.  Inul 1111lie ollice of tliu .���������'tui-i'r-ilginjil. ou appli-.  cation. - '���������',��������� ���������'..���������'.  ���������-���������; ��������� Xwhtti:. ���������owfi'.i.iJi .-' scOTTi,'������������������  J>0-I"'0_ :������������������       * Solicti-.ir.T f.jr .M.-rim'..:'en~.:..  ["-  TB  ������  GITYx:  .:������^fefi JBiMINS,:: j  i'SEEBU  FORJJ  ?���������nse? J'ipcsu 11 liHv:vMeerseliauVn ? Pipes;;  ?Ci|;ar ami Cigarette ? Cases'," Am tier "ah d  il oerscliauii-I'i pes, ejigaV anil ^Cigarette?  : Hot tiers? X"X,' -?X ���������;-.X??.'X:X-:-;???X--X?;:_ i???fX;  Scientific   BckikflonMlhiiigX  ? 'j.eaiher:.'il(vii_y I'i-.r..es,:l"iinjosl?r;i-.:tarSi;  !?.__;..Iin?, ?J!aticIolin^?;Auto!iari..s; anil  ; A'apor Iluths. -:.       ���������;���������   X? "_X-    -X  i'lK-'-'  ".Foreign; Clerks In Loudon, f  Uf the?��������� leading; business houses in tlio  city, according to evideiico eplleotecl by the  ^oiidoh^ehHiffbei'Xf-PW  .,employ"foreign^cioriis, who nro almost; nl-  ways Gerinans. 'fho reason given is that  00 per cent;' of English, clerks li'ayo no'sery-'.  ici'ii-lo acquaintance with French ancttJor-?  u::in.;?. .--. .. ' .-.i.-..,',������������������'���������.*?   -X  Is Is-tolel pf Lord .Sorbiiry-that;-when  passing sentence of death on a man con-  viotctl of stealing a watch, ho eaid to the  culprit, . "My good : fellow, you mndo a  grasp at tini.e_ bat..kqu c:.u_ i.i- ������^rnity."  First Class. MealsXat ? ali"?hour3   Day?or.  ���������������������������.'..; Night?';,. J.;|.;;J  Board ..by" wee"-  or innii-.l. alr-'SAOR-I.,;.; r-ttes^,  ."���������-,'.' ' Revelstoke.St_Hpn)??;':'X,??XX:  e:or. ;econ,I Hi.and Orto:. Ave?--Kac~M? the  H!i">-cr-:.i !v'.*.-_r.un������:i-..  JMRS. STAMPER,.,-.''./?  JH" A R;R Jijx E D Wi ARiD S  |^'jj;'Ta^id0rinis'_-jJ^  ���������-.. liY.KC. HEADS,;- ���������?   o  ���������   B iitTIS; A X IM A Li", Ktn. X .  I'reserve.t  and -MounteJ  IJThircl St. East of Schoolhouse  BIRTHS  Too.Mli.-'��������� At. Uevelutoke, ...on ...t-he.,-_Oth  inst.. to .Miyaiul Mrs. ?K. Toiimbs.  a. da lighter. ,"'" f'...       ; s,  Mr:Glt::e4oi:���������At Kevelstoke. .Ian. Uth.  s "IS'KI.   to Mr.   aiuLj .Mi-s.: F.XV.   Mc=  Rregnr, a s:iu. .:_   "        '���������''���������;  Fun p.unit .r>rc_d f.r Cr-t*-';.'---.,'  M.-ai-Jr tram Sanelv.ich M...W  = Jlwffli' and jlil*;..;;.-'..... ������������������.::-.'::-  ���������Ti,|i.''C'>Kee,;iv!t!i _ io "' Cake,..  e:,'.(i\.n. and !Eo-', CaUt-s.... .".".-���������-���������  Tpa. Cnffe'e. with Breed r.-.rl But  Buftk'.vlftCAl UP-kcs__.U MftRle. "���������  ���������-'���������Po'iehefl Eircs or. -Toaiei......;;  X Iloll." d or.; yrledEKgs..,._'..,.,,,.  ...Irish ?ttsv...'"... ^.,..:;..,::..:.  ' I'tlllz >\lid I'..'-'.ins..,.,-,.....,. -..  ���������fried Urer>an'l Oiito;.:,..?;:  Siili.Mi^es;.......;..'..........'.-,,  ' .Ilee'.s'.oiilc..... ���������,..-......7.,7i7i..  Miit;on_o.hO!,..;,  ,..,..,.;,..;. .  =j^.f~r"'~~_i"p<i '.'. ..,'.......- ....:..,.  ������������������.ejvrnejr'.'Sn?-*-.':..,:;.........;.,..':  . .Sirloin "St. aV.?.,,;,,... ,:...".,  I'iir:������;-Ko'.:.-'.--.-f'..ii.?-.."." .".  . iiie.  ,.'-;l.v.'  . ^������.-fc^ _l������*x*-*-*'v~~ ~fc^"_~~,-������"-"^~e������-~'*^������>--������*-~-^-t"fc������-^^^*?^*������'-_r*'~~_.*"*'~''4������*"������*->'~',���������,"  ! :-j -*J,-Jt. v..ft.v_.-i_-v-a__.__.-_������.-������v-v. t_.*b3'_.SA:;*..*���������-"v.v.>-.  ;?>;....' ���������        .. ���������...--������. '���������      ..:?:?  [-*|:���������_������������������ .? Louisville  Restaurant .?x:^  ���������>:':    -        ?:?. oppp?iee<!ou-3ier*^.. ������������������?'���������  X;X ;:...���������;������?  i '���������'������������������. Jleals serveeiat all hours, day ���������;'������������������"$  1 ���������..*   .......,_ --.��������������������������� ..   ,    ���������   ���������   ..-..:'���������... J. -. Ik  i 4      ���������   > ���������".  .���������������������������7'i"-r ",������1!t* X.X;X? X XX?;',:^  i <y V- Antoni "EeBochci,  Prosriotor.X   . ~j*  ; ������4^_s_fe_:"i-������__&������_vS^MJ:^^  MARRIED  Ski'S'x nu-KvA N*.s.--A t I he i-esidenee  of .Inseph Lake. Ksf|..' GoldeMi, on  S.itiirilav evening. Di.'ceniber Ul. 'US,  'hy Rev. "V.. -S. WHgbt, Aliss Florence .Maud Kv.ins. eif Hrvelstoke, to  Mr. Joseph Skinner, of Donald.  Our Bread   Trade  "v.!  Ts eonitantly ineroftslnp;. , Thore .::'  a (T'X. 1 reason ,for th:>. and  if yr.n  m:r br'-ad a trial, ynu^ ton,-vill  .vermin 1: permanent ei'.i-.tomer.  Free Uaiiy Iielivery.  PcCAGUE BROS.,  . Fr:o:.*T"XSTKEKT.  ^S &pXZp r^- '<^^^p*������p  <r<^&pr'  HOW'S  YOUR JOB  PRINTING?  DON'T-OVKKLOOK TliK IIF.UA LD  ���������v-      -5*     -.        ���������><���������-.      ->     -5-  Regular   Meats   25 ?Cents.  ;.-��������� ������������������' -~; JMI3S.,STEELE- J'JJ;f ;J  i Teachc- of ;Enf;!ish,XFrench, Music,: Oil  [  .'." and V. ater Painting;,'Drawing, Etc. :  ftnriel;;:i:'; li-n'mnni^ liWUes-'colici;'1.'London)  I ~- kverif_2'_l8**-������'iii.'_._Kl-_"' br'a'Scht-ii;-'Terms':'  i .!������ fe.r CU l'."->:on.������--l hoar per lesson. Sj.eela'.  I ,-a'e.H !'. fii'.illli".������.. Acidrev: ,Mrs. Ilutelii-On'..,  i'.l''lrit.'..t.. iileieir-i ive'.e of Imporinl Bank.      .,  f ���������" "'"EeRO'user?,   E-G- j;  '���������I Besfr'SeGoir.iriG'^'t'lon.iii' tli'ij  I   ;x. .������aM-cva Di-st-_i-t-.' :'."-��������� I.  \Jx   .    Jt  H si ek a r \ d  Co u cj h  ~ Yo ur ?I-.i fe.���������',:A v/ay  ,a ub %7}  ^   fe '$.  R./TYri-~*_Ttx**.;   r*T a  ������������S:  0 % f?  ������������������:   J <M  '".������������������: s~y>  j;' e*  The.Bis-cji-it Assortment,in , town at all. -^  prices. GoQd serviceable working mens' |^s  gloves at. 50 cents a pair.   Try a pair, i   &������>  V*J*-..p*  ���������    M  "'���������":"';.���������:���������-.:������������������-":-���������:   :~X;-Xft  .ffice-Suorei-^  si  $53.  mmBm3mmt������m������m$M73i3m  3  (Vx������J~;  m  si  Ig'M-' -. :-,-.���������;-,'���������.-'_''��������� ���������-;���������'-- "/���������:   ���������":', .-��������� ���������;���������-.      ������������������*,.': ���������.;-.' ���������:���������'���������i.wi  JJ J--JJJ? ; JXSKATES J J- U'Uf UiUUUUU ~"  ??' XXj;;:XJ;^CMI~, XlIO(;i"EY-aii-;_lACE_S-X~l 00 to! ~i 00: ^X'XX.X;" XV '  -S'J;J: :f7?U'UU::'i:'7:7i.^  '.'IJimquct nnd'.I^irIov~in'������irUie.lftto������rtlcsigns :������������������-"  : .u:*-^:':~U  xJ:^":":;"'':J'^JJ/J''XpLAt-:b'G  *"_2 '���������  m  m'  ma  m}  &>__  fey  "s-~a  im  Mi.  "S-iJ  In this.lii'ic'wc have secured the best assortment ever disviliiyed .in Ilevel-.'    -  stoke.   Rogers 1S-17 Clpbds in plain andfa ney putteriis. :?Tea, l-offee,;I)essert):;-  :? . and Table Spoons.  ��������� IJerry. Spoons."? Sugar: Shelly.    XiitCraekers.'? So up? X-X  ?? "Vi-adlc-s?,; Knives an _.Forks sing iy or in seti*. :-:-?���������:?. '.;'.'���������'.���������. ?-??X XX fft'ff ���������"':? ,:?XX '3i  ?? ;.?: -.Oul- ov.'ii make of Air Tight Healers, the most. reliuo'lc 0:1? the 'iiinrkiit,'-;;'.:'-"'  ;   "eaiibehad lio-ivi?  ���������? ."'All out", work guaranteed." *XX- '-~'-X X ���������; /:X: - "X:.  *''':  U'Mf^^  ffl___il-WASB^:' TINS^IHIKGx  m  m  m  m.  m.  :7i������j  S.-..W  PP"  tv _l  '$&'  Sty;  _k3"*C-J-^fe������i^-:-iiS^i^~i-������i'!&VK.'^  fftr% -iU%.������������������  Janth r/^itex g o al:  ?.Del i verod ??f reiiiiV e-a r;77f7"7. .'_-?;> X ���������'";  ?i_)eIiyt:i-edXfriini?;siii.'d:=.;,X.XX.K-.  ;XXXVv:'X.V.'X.-;v X; $3.00 -'iii'i". teiiV.?;:.;?--?*:  ?.:x;X:j/;v:.;^-;xss.oy;.iiei"?timX;x^  New, isX.tliu.Xti tiie.: i.o ;get?iivyeiiii'.?wit*i ter siipjilyjii-foi-e i he snviw,falls.? :;Ot.dei:  ���������!x':-''.X;'.'',"';:'rJX'H'J'.J.':'J!'.'.i.'Jwi-'ii'rlyV  V&-''~*_������������*^ED3E?aocwr*,i.  mmmmmmmum  rt'.*c<^i^'^'K'-*r^rt'^/J'-?>_^^,'---^^-^p''^,^  ;t \j" t-i s:������>u';.-.���������;',;-;.--,"'^?;.^.v<V  '~ "ir.;-?-  ii,-.  fc'^i'  imimMiimmmmmimifM  :j::-���������..;,::::;?-:��������� xj-j\:;uu':f'^u^u:uUU'���������:'��������������������������� '~U ^--J::' ^.;j.-j.;::.;J'jvJ^ '?.^v;,j->^?v!-y,'-.:;';:jfc^  ::-'.'.  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':'���������-"'--'' "���������'-,'��������� ���������'    ,".'���������'--        ':..."*,���������-��������� ������������������'. -'*"-=..���������--.'.--- **. -,- -i-.S3',-        - ,..���������'-,.-. ?.;,... .,;-:.���������    XV. ;��������� --'������������������: *-',-': fS*.*  ^,J'J.?liaviiVg-;;:beeu':'-to  JkU_____pa|{ij;gH:  -"^55-  ^^otHefe-Hid-iseeitliein^afebiVi^eA  .vs-rf.  "J;FAYETTE:; EUKER? ?_;?=  : .-Firej:-Life, Accident, Loan1-,,,'  ing; .and   Investment Agent,  ���������-' -5.jo,coo to Loan  XX ?  X XOn Revelitpkc Real  Estate  .; 'Property?.;  Rates\UsWM?sz Da*;.'  Xg D.  t.-EriG USO Ni Proprjetok  |^;DRAYI'Ni& K|  !   T&AMINGr  1'  gii.  ._   .���������-... _ _ -    -_...   :b  * ArLf'CriiF DAMP    ;'  !'a: littlk cold ;  i A   LITTLE C.OVCH "'  ���������i.A .'UIOGKIl COL'GM  i A SORICR THKOAT  i'LVTHKOHE-ST    X  iON TIIK Lr;NGH  ! I'Nr.UMONfA!;  i FI'*'V'R'K.S-  itJONSIXMPTION  ���������TliK,"  wa y  tii ti y  "ALL?  -  ���������"'nKCfi.v  i^;     Kpi__i..l Ki__; for Movinj. Furniture     ,hw  %   PETTIPIECE & VAN." S  3J.     ..','���������.'..   I'ltOl'ItinTOHP.,  ^..r   y,o'A Dry Hard \Ve._-For "Sale   . r'Wt  ^%iiimmmmmmmm^  ai  CHECK   IT   NOW  WI .*II,'-..' .7  Dr. Mackenzie's English  Cough Balsam  GEO. F. CURTIS  Undcrt. king ?oc!  ErnhalrninB  R.  Hpv/sdn   &XCo.,J J  " MaclJisuzlir Ave.  I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furiiitiirc  [Revelsloke Sash & Door  -f^Facioiyg^-  le  ' .~I.iuiiraetf:r**i'r; of and liealor. In  "THE DR tl GG 1ST,"  Succo3:ior to the Mcll. A. IV. Oo���������  PKVEI.SrOK"-; STATION,      -  "J!      ���������'���������'.���������'���������  P.. G.  .Sii-li.,Doors, rl"iiitiiiigs, I'linI.h!~. Gcuner  Blocks. XMoulelitig" of 'all kinds.  Fancy (e.tbles nnd Verandah even k,  lliiickets of every cleseiiption made  tooiele.'i-. .SIoie> and oflice Killings,  .Viiieiiiu- Feaine... with  Sash fitted  a specialty.  AU  the latest liuicliinerv.      Pry kiln on the  premise. .     fall and jei>t prices hc-fore  Koinir olsev.'liero. ���������  SAWYER & M<-Mir.G.  I Ui J- iiffffi rf JxNqtice|; JJ J':'?���������'XjX"X. ffff  X ;NOTICJ~ is hereby ijiveivtliat appllenl-oii,  Mill; be' made to the J.egislulire Assem'olv ot  the i'roviiice.oi' British; Columbia iit its next  session, for 1111 Act. (o incorporate- a eomponv  v.'llh power t.i.e_onstruet,'e<!ui|i, iiiairitain aiu'l  oporatea standard or narrow, "piioue railway  Irimi seine point at or near Kevelstoke, thence  in a.northerlydireetioii bv theiuo'sl. feasible  route; _l lii-out;lidho valleys of the"t;oluiiib!a,  Canoe; Eraser-and; l'lirsnip rivers, to the"iSBtli  lmrallel of latitude, tlieueo to the northerly  .'.loun.lary of the province,to a point oie or near  the Liard, I'ivur, or ivesti-rlv.bv.ihe hinn-t leas-  ible.nuite. to 11 point on . lhe nnriticiiy lnuiiiil-.  aryatorneiir Atlin Lake; "villi power toivoij.  struel-brnncli linos from nnv point on (he  main line, or nny its brane!ips;'ii-lth power to  build, ..owii', e.piip, operate : nnel liiulntnlii  sti'aiini and other.vessels, limits, wharfs, docks  and bnild!ii(,'s in coniiectloii therewith; and  to build, equip, "operate -anil- maintain tele-  irrnph und telephone lines in coiiiieetion with  the said railway and branelies; ami to make  trallic or other, arrangeinen Is with, railway,  steam, bont.-or" other Companies and fur all  other usual und necessary powers, rights or  privileges in th"tt:behali'.  ." Dated this -Dili dav of November,������������������lS'Jft. ' ��������� ���������'  ���������"..-.''".:������������������. A. SI.O. IIAJII~R!"r.Ey, ���������_���������  .   .Solicitor for Applicant!!.  : ��������� :;X ���������   -J-Nbtice:.' f..i-i, ''.*������������������ f-ff-  Under ninl b5;'virtue of 11 warraniXof exeou-  tlonuo' inedlreeteil out of the Count v Court  of Koolenay,. ni;ainst the hooiIs of Charles  Harvey, at lliu iiislauee nf Ci-hIk-.- IUllinnii of  Thoiieoii's Lnndliit-',,! have seized this SOth'  day of; December, lti,iS, four liorses, the property of (he sal.I Charles Harvey, and .will, offer  tho._ une for saie bv pniille auction,-nn Thurs  ilny". the tilth- day" oi .laiiuurv, IS'Ji), at eleven  o'clock, in the forenoon, in front of Die Lake-  view' llotel, Arrowhead, .11. C.' ���������'���������'.'' ..."  -������������������  -".'                                OJ'.E.-GUOOAN.'"-'  Depuiv Sheriff;.  Itevcisluke.'-n. c. December. 30,183S.  Notice. .,;'  It haviiji; come to mir knowledge that some  11 Oscruj.iilou.s party has roe-cully been visitiui;  polnis east of Kevelstoke and sellini.' i-'oods  under iiiir,,ii.jine. v.'e hereby noliiv such'person  or persons tlmt II lliere is a recurrence of sueh  false representation thai we shall prosecute  Hiein to the full extent i.f the law.  W-KHI; ; JAMES G1I.L _!.: CO.  To Let ;  A large bedroom, fiirnisheil or unfurnished,  to one or two persons.  jllso   ui.������tair;i  of   lsrge   house, suitable   for  small family.      Also a shack, 12x10.      ....  jtpply to owner on premises.  : MRS. M. STAMPER.  Cor. Second St. and Orton Ave., Kevelstoke Sta.  <l-ic 10 "_!ai '   --���������  Notice of Application  .-"OTICE I.S IIEIIHIIY GIVEN that application  will be made to tho Legislative Assembly of  the Province oi Uritish Columbia, at its noxt  session for an Ael incorporating the British  Columbia Electrical .Supply Conipiuiv, Limited.  The objects f.n-which the Companv is to bo  established nml Ihe rights anil powers sought  10 be acquired are as follows:  1st.���������The aei|iiisitioii of walor and -water  power by records uf unrecorded water; or bilbo purchase of water records or waler privt-  ilejces for and the application of Hiieh  water and water power to nil or anv of tho  purposes ami in the manner or "methods  following:  (11)   Eor rendi-rlng waler and water power  available, for use, application nnd distribution,  by eroding dams, inereiislnp the head of water "  in oily existing body of water, or extending  t.he area I hereof; divertin��������� the water- of anv  stream, pond or lako into any other channel  ov channels;   laying or erecting any line  of  flume, pipe or wire;- constructing any raceway,  reservoirs, aqueduct.Weir wheel, building or  other ereetlou or work which. may he required V  Iu connection with the improvement and use  of the said wnler and   water   power;   or   by  altering,  renewing,    extending,    improving,  repairing or  maintaining any such-work ' or'.  any part thereof. - .,  (bi   The use of  Water or  water  power  for -  hydraulic mining purposes,   for general Irrl-���������  (cation purposes within nnv part of the  Province  of  Uritish  Columbia; and  for -milling,. *���������'.  manufacturing,   industrial: and'. mechanical .  purposes,   other   Hum    the,   generation    of  electricity..   ;.'..;.  ���������  ; ;       ..  ,;  (0.)   l'*or producing any form of.power and  for producing mul generating electrieitv for?  the purpose of light, heat anil power,  "(eh   I"*or conslri'.cling, operating and niain-  'taiuing electric Works, power houses,, generating plant  and sueh   other   appliances   nml?:,  conveniences ns arc necessarv and:proper for  lhe geuerallngof cleeirleitv or electric power  or any other form of developed power, "iind tor  transmitting the same to be used by tlie power  company or'hy persons or companies contract-   .  ing with the power company, therefore   as' a  motive   power for  the  operation   of motors,   ':  machinery; or electric lighting or other works;  ���������  or to be supplied .by the power . companv to   -  consumers lor heating or' as 11 motive power...;  for propelling,tramways; or for driving,  haul-   "X  ing;    li fling,  pumping,   lighting,:, crushing." .   *  smelling, drilling, and -milling; -, or- for  any: "���������* 7: ������������������  other opera t ions, to which1 it may -be; adapted ;,'?';  or to be used,er applied for. or in ���������c.oiinec.t.ion ;:;'..  Willi any other purposes for? wliich electricity- ..������������������'  or eleetrie:power-.m'ay.be applied or required. ,'-..-;  (2) -Kor   plnciiigJsinkinK,:   iaving;-   littiug,  ���������   ?  maintaining   nnd . repairinc : electric   lines, :    ;':  accum u la tors,storage, batter ies.'olectrie cables, . ~-"'  mains,   wire's,'.pipes; ;?sw'itches, .'.connections;: ;  bi'ane.h'es;ele'cli'ie: uiotors,- (lyiiainiis,-:,cngines,   :.-:';  machines or other liiiiiarntusror devices; . cuts,:?-  drains,.water, courses, .pipes,  poles;: buildings X���������'������������������'���������  and oiher.erecllons and  works-anil eroeting-  ainr placing, any eleclrii!: lino,   cable,   main,  ;.,?  wire, or  olher eleetvic: apparatus   above  or  below yrbniid. ?;y:y-_?:;--:?-??.;-, ���������������������������,,'���������- ',?"?;���������:     ,.���������..? :;?..?���������?  .(f) vCoiisthieting;equipping, operating and;X":'  maintaining electric cables or other; trnnnvavs'    ."  or street railwnys.for the.'conveyance of'.pnss-��������� .-'  eugcrs and  frei-lit;   eonstrnetlng, etjiiippinir;:'"  oiierailngriiid iiuiintaiuiug telegraph and.telo-?:;.?  plioiiesyslcm Band lines.,- :?;:::.-:;;:-.-:,:,���������:   -. y-y'_;}:  : '1:1   the;.'applying <jf;cbmplesi������'.d aiivelec-?'- ?  lricity.?.i.Ject'rle power bi-   anv other   form oi-  developed  power to ,custoim-'fs;;for nny:pur-.������������������:���������  '-;  poses for-which comiiresse'.l iiir, electric.'power -',?-  or any olhci'Sformrof: developed   power: may���������'.".  bo'iippliei! or required.;; ;?,;-;?���������?::-?--::- :'-??-";���������:';=":;'---:,?.-:? '-'7  :''-Rnil;���������Toiiuipiilv'iilr for or in.connection'.w-llh'?"-"  refrigerators, cold storage, ventilation, cooling s:  purposes and, olher:_'l Ike, purposes: ?to;utilizo.::,;-, -  air in thftinahufaciuro of ico: aiid���������,in about all'-:*;"'  other purpose' lo which air, bot.or. eiolcl, is or;?;   ?  .may b.o.".dpplluiI.-'";..'r-::;:.:::v"'-:-~:,:!.^'.-L.--;,!".v.>-;*-";j.---^;..-.:"-.:'-v ':^.'-;^--,.'f-^'':--;  ,:?:irel.���������To: ilevelop.?: wa tor?, power';';, to "'oon%'crt:X :?.;;  ,sueh:;watHrypo\ver??ihto," com pressed ,?nfr; to ���������;?:-?  distribute siu-licoiapressed air through' pipes;?.- .-  lines andciindiiils; .and ,to: apply, siich  com-:  X,?,  pressed.air.to the ilrlvjng. of -percussion drills,-;:-;:'  ;lioists;'oiiginqs__iii.! .'iill.'-kliie'ls.of;;iii'ii������liirii!ry.%v;.7SV~  /.Itli'.^-Tn avTiif itself 'of ai'rd- liiive;?: hold; oxer-'- '-."-XX  ciso.anitenjciyvall lho'rights," powers, privl---:  leges, advantages, priori ties and immunities in "oV,  and by Parts IV aiul: VToIlho, .'Wiitor.-ClriustSa-'.-':  Cionsolidation Aet.lSOT," created, provided and-R: .5-::  eon fer red,-or? ,\vh ich : hereafter, lnav'.bv.any'^"' -"  aiuchrtiiients tlieretei,: be ereateii; pro'vided'and/ffX--:  conferred.."���������:--,':.:.?���������;.,,-;::.::::.;:";..;.,y-y,;:..?:,".;:;���������:;.;:-;:.:;.-���������;?.::;-;y-  :yfilii?^'IV_:_iviifrilsclf;df,;nn'I-h'ave;'hbldyexer,??:XX  ;ciseand-enjoy "all ;the:: rig!:ts-.:.;pow;e'.rs,?^privi::-!:...?;?  leges,?advantages, .'priori:ies "and  Inimiinities'::?.."'  created."provide.l.and conferred in.and liv thoy  '.'Coiiipiinics'Cliiiises Ai'l.'.'18S'7.''.,eiranv:sei!tloii:'-S:-?:  urseetloii" thiireof or W'liieb?niav hereafter, bv.:.;:;'y;  any amendi.ieiit...th"ereto;;be, created, provide!--:-"'V.  ttiid;"coii!erri!i!; .;(!,���������:.������;:?:.;.:?:?.-?y;!':y":_?:1:;',v-Xi:*:X?sffi?:???:':;  ?:: 0th'."-kT6,y:c;oiistriict-,?iiiaiiitain Xand::opcr*atei*;:.'';:-':  tramways,;.;street-- railways     nnd'-.-telepbono"".-;  sys:._!ni'i.;.:williih tl'.e _��������� J'rovInce' ; of . British'.'..."  ;.Cdluinbia:.^:y:' y;;:;:-;??---.'?;':.'77:J-y:.;,-;;;^-??y.:>.".X.?::;'  - wlhi^-'l'oipurchase,^^ leaso''e.r:e"r?<:h'n"n_^ei'-liirc?or.'-?.X;:  ;c������rbei*%Vis'e ...acquire-Iaiid,':i'.,reip'crtv;?uiill .'sites,"??-:--:  svalerriKhts?ri..coril.s;or-other:'llke?prrvneges J;-':  which uuiysecni'tbtlic Company .conducive toy?.?;  .ils.objoi.ts. "'direeflyorlndirOc'tlv,' or -c'npnble of ;"���������"���������'.7.  ;.bei'Oiiiiiij;'.ilciiIt''.wlili,;lii':,eoiiii'oe.,tli.Mi,*wlUK';thei "I'?-'-;"  r.Cohipany's objects, property oi" rights,: inelud-"X '<'���������*���������  *ing, I he. rijrU Is and:,; f ranch Isos'--' 01. other", coin-:--���������''  .:panies;Wiih-pewers:e������;iim:il|iuhi.itiiui?y:?yft.":?yi':;'y  y-HMX���������.\nd'?for~ii;iy?:or:?H!l;;of: ihe"vpurposes"??: X  iifiircisiil.il the Coiiiiiiin'y:tiieiitC''r?'ii|.'i.>iv;aiiil?ex-? ':;  .pi"opria',c;biiuls.foi"sit.'3,,po".vi'r.^lious'es, dams,? ;K  r.iec.vays; lluiaes,.pipe llney;-;,e-le<'tric.: or :telc-:;;?':  phomv-pole Hues'; ties, rails',.and :su'cb otlier''-���������"';���������"  works ii3'inn ir .bu uociasary;" ? an;i?tb.,c6nslruct", :i'  ���������an-:!.main tain cn all_lani:ls. soexproprlaled ;or:.:-::  otbi-hv.i3i.vai;qiili"cd:.by .the-Cohipiiny all works,-;'���������'"���������:"���������  ,'.bi':iltlings. orci:t ions,'II tiir.es.-pipes, pol'.-s.w'Ires, -?-,-  iippliiinrcs.ih' convditiencci-riecessurv tir.prop'.'r'- '  or -whlciriiiny from tiiaeto ttiiie'be^reiiuireil -.'".  bytheejomjiaiiy. Sy- q^'y.:-:.?-.?,,:;-,;':?;..-^:;;:;:;;-;;^  ? ^'.h:���������Ami tiiopoh'anil break tip-thbXsoii'iinel"'"_: '���������:'���������  pavemenls. of roads; ,streets, highwavs-'aiid-'X'?  bridges'for tlie purposes -lifo', cHtii<l,rr::rr7'7;r71:r?7r7r  :;,10th;"4/lnil lii.ilii alPsticiro! lier things as;'aro;:y!::;'  in'ciilental.oi-.i-o.ijdueive to-the.-artalnaieiit: of '?.?.':  the above?bbjci'ls aiidfor all;sitcli;.]ibwois as -':.---  may:be;nccessarv;in:tlii.?pvon!ises; .,.;���������*���������.: %:'-;;;:..���������;,";;*'vi  rr Dated at. the City. Of Kosslu ml this I_!th day of::,?:'  .13ece'u:ber;aS!l-^:v..X,-;:������X::-:X:-:���������->':'-���������?:W ?:������������������:-::'-::;:. .y;*.  '-X|s?^X?XXX;:pALV.AXU'UilL"l"dN;'X--X:XX-X;;XX:";,^  i." - '���������-.���������;::������������������ ������������������-���������??"?���������.:"- yHollcitoisfui* A ppl icaii ts; ;.���������".;,?  Oi-ino-Utri-'--','.-.' ?:-?;: ;':���������:.;:���������"��������� =;-:..-: ";;?::'_;:':;:"J- ���������-::'���������':;.'-;.:.-: r'rr.:.  '-,. '"[ :-:XXyXy.:.:??;.;?Notice'yXy ;*-;??;-.ryy Jy.-.;;  NOTI("EJS lIliliiiBYXGIVK^ "tiiat.iiii'Xappilca-:-" 'J; '  lion will be niaile to the Legislative .\ssomblv :.'._,  of t.he Province of Uritish pblu 111 bia atltsnex't ..-.���������'  next session Ior an'Act to ii-.corporr.te n.:co:n-?1   :" ?  pivnywitli power to-'ooristruct,-equip, operate-     '-'  oy any: kind; or '.kliii'td. of ioolive "powor-undX--:  "  nuiinlain a; single, or doublo: Lrnek: I rainw'av.  ���������:;;���������..:  or either asonuliiril or,linrro-.v guuge rhtlway '��������� - ...'  for. the i''onveyiiigc,l',pnsseiiK������-rsor freight from'7'7a'7i'  sonic: ouint. nt* or  :neiu-  itevelstoke, on tho ��������� '  Coluiiiliiu llivcr; tlience in u, norlherly iliree-.. :  tion, foIlbivinj.'Mho.vall.'vof the Columbia and"  "..-  CaiioeiHiversiipslveain  bv. the most feasible   ?  route on,either side.of the said Columbia and"     - ���������  tJanoe Iti vers to .llie.WH-il- parallel of hit! t lido -.  niulwilh power.to.-.i.'Oiiutruet.- equip, .operate .-;.���������:?>  and maintain brauiTi lines a;id  all necessary  roads, bridges, 'ways,  ferries,   wharves,  docks" ,     "  coal liuhkers.anil with., power-, to_ build,, own,; ':'������������������' r.f.  equip, opernle and. 11111 intain.steam, und, other   vessels and,biints in ebnneeitioii" therewith aiidy ?'''"  operate thc same on anv iiftvigablu wuters anil *  geniTiillv carry iin lhe business of transpbrta-   "-���������'-"'-  tion, iiiidwith power to bull..!, equip, operate ������������������".'  and maintain Telegraph und Te!ephoneLlne3--' ?    .-  ill connection  witli .-the? shIU   trainwav,  nnd  branches for transmission of messages for tho- -  .public and-to acq ui reCater rights lo, supply ���������,.  water or : water'power, and  to generate elec- "     '"  trici'.y for the supplying of light,   heat and "���������"" :  power as well ior their ov.'ii use as to sell and :    ". ���������"'  supply to"tlio public, and v.'llh  power to carry  on a business of a Jliniiu., Smelting' and   Re- ''    X  lining  Compiiuy,'and ���������to    construct"', equip,"  operate, or to turn to aecountorsell or.other-"  wlse'dlsposo of mines, smelters, and rcllnerles; _. .  *  to nequire, licild an.l dispose of. mining lands,  niinliig   rights,  coal     lanels.-; timber  lands,  timber claims,surface rights or privileges, or  other personnl property; ami with power; to?  expropriate'lands for the purposes of the'pro-���������'-���������'"��������� ���������  posed Tramway and to acquire lands, bonuses,"  privileges or oilier aids from nuv Government,  or persons, or bodies'corporute'iind to make '"'  trallic or other urrHiigenients ;ivith railways', ���������'-������������������������������������'  steamboats or other companies; with power to  build wagon roads to be used in tho construe--  tion of such trnmwav or any advance of the  same and to levy anil   collect, tolls ��������� from ������������������ all"  persons hsingand of freight passing, over nnv  '���������'���������'-������������������  of such ri.ads,with_iill oiher rights, powers, or  privileges as may be necessarj- or incidental or  conducive   to  lhe  iif-aiiinieut of   tho   above  objects or anv of them.  urtAmit'f-.x, dl-mpjLetok a innes,     *  Policitor-S for, Apiilieants.-  Dated at Victoria; H.C., heceinber .th, 189S. .    ���������:���������"���������  Gi by Parcel  Delivery  '7. ,__A_sii���������_ ,  Hourly  Stag'e  ������1310  Robert Fleming


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