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 ,' ? *  /* r  {        a,' **  Vol*  Ill-    No.  26.  -ISSTTIEID   TWIOE-A-"WEEK - ���������WttlDlSrttSJDJiJY'S   -^ZEsTID   S.A-,3?TT:R,:D_&-.~Z"S-  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 1..1S99.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  EiS&&-e-a''������-&^&^<s&&4?4*W4*& e  !_    I  J*&J*  k  50 pieces best   English  Print���������at cost-    *  Great Bargains in Laces  and Ribbons until gone.  !'  We have secured J. &T.  Bell's Boots ar.d Shoes  and can* safely say they  are the finest goods ever  shown in Revelstoke.  Japanese    Matting.��������� a  fine asso'n*rhent',of patterns ��������� at "prices .lower  than ever before.  ��������� In rugs and squares and  carpots v~-e think we  have the finest range  ever shown in the city."  Window    shades    and  "-"cu rtain-pclcs���������the-latest-  thing out.  ������ ���������  Don't forget we always  1'iarl in Teas and Coffees  ���������Onr Ram Lais is~ still  the favorite.,  In Coffees our Excelsior  blen-' of Tavaand Mocha  is delicious  We have been fortunate  enough to secure anoth-  ercar of Ascroft potatoes  ���������The price, is a little  higher than some others  but . the. potatoes are  better.  Emblems of Spring Fill the Big Busy Store.  In New Dress Fabrics we are thi3 season better prepared than ever to famish the world's Newest and Choicest Dress  Materials in assortment, not 011I7 equally, but positively surpassing; any similar showing made in any single store in this  city  and   at  prices   that will  once more (and very emphatically) prove our supremacy in the retail Dress Goods business.  Wash Fabrics  New English Prints, in the latest colorings. Exquisite Muslins, in dainty and  artiatic clesigns. White Muslins, White  Piques and colored plain or fancy new  Ginghams, in check and other effects.  A Shirt Waist Event  The chief charm of this Shirt Waist offer  is tlio charm of novelty combined with  lowness of price.  SO Ladies'Fine percale shirt waists, in  handsome plaid designs, woven on the  bias in pretty "shades, green, rose and  violet, made with throe point yoke hack,  full pouch front, seii collar and cuffs; a  very smart shirt waist,*special ?1.00 each.  Metallic Satinette Skirts at $2   .  10 of these beautiful skirts will go ou  sale "Monday. ..They are the bulancc of a  lot; the regular vulue of which is _t2.r_0;  tliey arc in black foundations, with wide  silver metallic stripes, well made full  skirt and gored band ; a good ?2.0U undcr-  -    skirt Monday for ?J.  .  Wash Fabric Bargains  Every lady should bestow more than a  Cftsmil glance at these beautiful fabrics.  "BcMeles being pretty they arc uiiirvelou*_ly  cheap.  17, pieces new* fa-st color Prints, in a  choice assortment of linbr grounds, with  new* spring, designs, suitable *for children'*" dresses, shirt wai_-ts,_etc. -Regular  1.1 cent good*., Monday l'J*-< cei'ts.  l-Vplccos English e.'-inbriiM, excellent  washing labrics. light and elark effects,  checks and stripes, a!Jo fancy designs,  worth lUj,^ cent-i a-yaid, Monday 111 cents.  Ladies* Wrappers  These pretty percale wrappers will have  hosts of admirers Monday. They're'new,  stylish anil moderately priced.  '2!i Ladies' new percale wrappers in very  handsome plaid effects, latest style, full  fronts, skirt cut extra wide, perfect fitting, a regular ?2 00 article, spee.ial $1.25.  20 Cent Cretonnes for 15 Cents  Monday we sell exactly 200 .yards of  these new cretonnes. When this quantity is sold the opportunity to buy at this  price ceases. They arc in new art patterns, bright colored effects. . Regular  20 cent cretonnes, Monday 15 cents.  Ladies'' Hosiery  These lines of Ladies' hose are only-  hints of tlie innumerable specials prepared for Monday's offering.  Ladies' plain black cashmere hose, fast  dye, seamless, special.Ho cents.  Ladies* line quality plain black cashmere hose, extra solt finish,special 10 cts.  Special Curtain,.Cuts  Housekeepers will have a'gala day in  tha curtain department on Monday revelling among bargains like these:'  511 pair white lace curtains, neat styles  arid rich designs, r, yards long..   Regular  ,   _   51.25 a pair, Monday for 8j cents.  ? '.j'U'CC-. curtain s-crim, in cream and  blue.-piain cream, cream and red, cream  anel mahogany. ' Regular :"5 cents, Monday 25 cents. --   '  Items for Home Needs���������Monday  The second floor of the Big Busy Store  is a veritable housekeepers' paradise.  This list lias been specially prepared for  them for Monday. Every article is useful, of reliable quality and moderately  priced for Monday's special bargains."  Glass repper and Suits, regular 40 cents,-  Monday 25 eents.  Small Japan Tea Pots, regular 15 cents,  Monday C_ cents.  Glass Tumblers, regular il.25, Holiday  00 cents. '*���������  Cake Plates, with handles,regular price  90 cents, Monday CO cents.  China.TeaSetts, regular price f-7.50, on  Monday for ~5.00.    '.  8 in. Scollopes, regular price 60 censs,  Monday for 40 eents.  Glass Water Setts, regular price ~3 00,  on Monday at "2.25. ."  Glass Water Pitchers, regular $1,50, on  Monday for fl.00.  Goblets, regular price, ~1.7o, Monday at  ~!.~5.  Fruit Stand, regular price 90 cents, on  Monday forCO cents.        '       .  Covered Vegetable Oislies, regular price  00 cents, on Monday Ior 40,1'cnts.'  ,-.. Cut Glass Fruit Dishosi   regular price  So cents, on Monday CO cents.  . .Carpets, Oil.Cloth _, .Ti.pai.ose Muttins,  -. >    Art Squares, Hugs, Mats!  Hundreds of oilier bargains offered on  Monday throughout the store, ^  THE BIG BEND DISTRICT  [ABIES' EMPORIUM  Tn hd Etuekt, Centi.::  Opposite Cowan Black.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  .Goods, in town.  M. K. Lawson.  Haior  ������&;  Orago  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  C.B. Hume & Co.,!  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  OENERAL M Kill:IIANTS  i*M&JMHB^JK������9*������&**W*WM>������&l**i*  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  o_ rristcra, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  r.ylor Block, McKenzie Ave, P.evelstoKe Sta.  Monev to Loan.  XV. Whltu. Q. C. '     .1. M. Fcott, B.A., L L.H.  _ . L. Owillim.  .HARVEY   &    M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Couada.  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Onines:   Molsons Bank Block.  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Residence, two doors east Cowan  Block.  Tltir.tl SI*-_!_���������, C-NTRK.  Night and Day Calls attended lo.  Telephone connection.  NURSE  LUCAS  L. O. S-, London. England.  Trained,    experienced,     medicpl,     surgical.  obr.tetrlcul nurse, open to e'lirrtcemeiit.  Addrcs:   NUUSK LUCAS, Hcelstoke.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Praying and delivery vsorkaspeeia'tv. Team?  nlwuys ready on .shortestnotice, e.'orilracla for  jobbing taken.-  .^"c|>^*^ '^^^-^.  borne Great Snaps  Having bought the Bankrupt "Stock of  the FALLIS .BROS. ESTATE at, n  reduced price, 1 c-in now eitVer bargains  thatrcatmot-bi: i-quiilic-d-in-t-be iit-y;__i_  Twenty Ears Royal Crown Soap.. $1 00  Three lbs. of English Efst. Tea... 1 00  While Star Baking Pov/dcr 12 oz". ,    15'  Rolled Oats, 80 lbs. for     2 00  French Peas. 5 Tins for._0    , I 00  Pure   Gold   Flavoring    Extracts,   '  50Z ;-.. 15  Peach, _ Pears.  Apricots,   5  2i lb.  Cans for only     1 00  GREAT SLAUGHTER  IH CENTS' FURNISHINGS  Come and See my $5.00 Suits  FREE DELIVERY  STRICTLY CASH  E. S. JACKSON.  -4?-"Vv!*r^  vr yr  ST0P THAT  G6HGH.  WHICH HAS TROUBLED  YOL" ALL WINTER.  D.D. Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil  V.'ith llypophosplii-.cs  Will Cure Your Cough.  ti.W AND 5i3 CENT P.0TTLE5.-^������3  ..FIELD & BEWS..  A Correction.  The Herald was misinformed in  stating in :i roeeiil issue tlmt "the be-  longir.g.s eif the lute victims of the  Rogers Pass slide are still .-lying unprotected by anyone." As t\ unit ter e-f  fact Supt. Duchesnay li.is taken every  precaution lo have the slide thnrough-  ly explored and turned over in order  to collect the effects swept nwny in  JJ ie station house*. ..For., three .weeks,  day afler day. a wide stretch was examined by tbe seel ion hands nnel  everything recovered placed in ��������� a  storehouse specially constructed I'or  that purpose and kept under loci; and  key. Inventories have been taken of  all nrl ieles found and the clothe*.-* dried  with tbe greatest care*. . About ten  foet of snow lias fallen at, llie puss*  since the slide, so that nny*hing'yet,  left in it is ofTei'l ually proti'e'toil against  being stolen, and care will be taken to  watch the melting snow and secure  whatever appear'" from time to timo  on tin* snrfiice. No blame in this mutter ran po.sibly he at!ached to Supt.  Duchesnay. who has taken lhe* greatest personal rare nnel interest, in seeing Hint everything possible should be  done to recover anel rare for the* persona! I'lTe.t.s belonging tn the inhabitants of the destroyed station house.  Telkphove S-V  W. Br.-s*s, Manager  McPhee's Bip Company.  Speaking oT MoPlioe's Big Compnnv,  whioh opens a three* night's engngi*.-  !ii'*lit at Tupping'-" opera bouse nexl^  Wednesday. April 5, the Unite Miner  says: *'MoPlicc'������ big company opened  to a large* bouse his! nighl at the Union  Family t Ileal re in the live-art domestic comedy-drama entitled 'A Husband's MiMako.' The stoiy of the play  deal . with a young married couplo  who are* living lrippily together; the  husband bas lieen loft, a' large fortune.  A schoolmate of the wife comes on a  visit, which proves of long enough  duration to win the alTecl ions of the  husband. It causes the final separation  of' husband and wife*. John N. McLeod as Harry Gr.-int.ley gave a verv  masterly portrayal of the husband.  Miss Ohio Perkins us Florence Grant.  ley and Miss Nellie Miller as the adventuress were both very clever in  their respective roles. Miss Downie  a* Sallie Ann Waddles and Frank G.  King ns M. T. Muggs. the broken down  actor, kept the* audience in a continual  slate of laughter. The balance of the  cist wns far above (ho average*. The  special ties introduced between theacts  were lbe best seen in this house for a  long time. i'..pei ially tlioso of the  Downios in their gymnastic: novelties  and the Mandeville children in Iheir  *_ongs and dances.*  AN   UP  TO DATE   ACCOUNT   OF  TKiS FAMOUS MINING  COUNTRY  RICH GOLD PLACER DEPOSITS  A History of Old Time Strikes and a  Description of Recent Operations in  the Creeks Heading- from Ground Hog  Basin Into Goldstream���������Good Paying  Dirt Constant All Over the Surface  Gravels of the Ancient Glacial  Deposits.  The new discoveries  in   the C.moe  river district are. culling the  attention  of the outside public once more  to the  great, uiitier.il weal I h which lies awaiting the prospector north of  the  main  line of the C.P.R.    In this country the  principal   operations  hitherto  carried  on   are   located   from   .Rovolstoke   lo  Goldstream, about Co  niiias  north up  the Columbia.     At this  point  occurs  the famous district known as the Big  Bend, which was a little more than 30  years ago the scene*  of  the* Big Bend  stampede.      Here   froin   tin;   bed    of  ancient glacier, now  fov.ts'r.g a  series  of cupped  depressions   on   lbe mountains, known  as  Ground  Hog Basin,  rise  French creek,  lucCullougli"creek  anil Camp creek,   triliolaiies  of Gold-  stream.    Ifc  was-'on  Fro'.iih  and   McCullough creeks that in  "65  the  great  strikes   in   gold-hearing   gravel   wore  made     in   this   vicinity.     The. work  continued    in     the.     crude    methods  available, in   that   rei'.ir.'i.c-   region   in  those   days.     Enonr.O'.is  remits were  obtained until  tha   work  becamo.* too  expensive anil in '07 the mini'.- drifted  off   to   the   still   more ��������� valuable   and  extensive placer grounds  of Williams  and'   tightriitig* creedis   in ' Cariboo.*  Olher creeks  in   the  district, such  as  Camp   creek.    Eight  Mile  creek  and  Ton Mile creek,  were also   worked   to  some extent, but owing to tlie greater  depth to bedrock not iiiucli w.is  done,  though good results were obtnini'il  on  these* creeks also wherever the* gravels  could be woiked   liv  ordinary gronnd-  slnieitig.    It is estimated Mint, livo and  three millions in gold were laken  out  o.liieBig  Bend  from  'G5  lo  '1)7.  the.  years   ed' tbe stampede.     Since  then  nothing was done until  the  G.P.   railroad was built  through   the 'province  in '85.   when   11   few   miners   wont   in  from Ri'velstoke and  began   woik  on  Mi-erheaviorgiavi'l deposits nnd-ancietit-  creok beds in all cases obtaining  good  pay dirt.     But. the expenses of tunnelling wore  very  large  and  the  profits  siiinll.     In 1889 a company obtained   u  lease on the lower end of McCullough  creek and installed an hydraulic plant.  Il was not very efficient or com pet "~nll.v  bandied  and  only. 500   feet,   of   their  ground on one  bed -of the  crook   was  gone over in the Hist year, in  spile of  all which their returns are stated  lo  have*   been     Siil'.OOO.    The     following  spring a slide covered tlieir plant, and  owing to a lack of funds and   internal  dissensions in lhe t.'iiiipniiy,   the  le-ase  lay   iinworki'd   and     dually     lapsed.  Not hing   more   wns   in   the   way   of  hydraiilieking   until    two   years   ago  when two Chicago companies acquired  several lenses on  French  ground  and  shipped a very extensive plant to woik  Iheir   claims   conjointly.     -Last   y.*.'i*'  this plant,  was  installed  late  in  July  under        California 11       inairigesnon!.  Though lhey comnienfcd so late in the  year, and owing I o various can*V-*s. only  worked over a, small area of ground,  and that amongst, the. timbers  of  old  workings     it,     is  claimed   t Iiut   lhey  cleaned up $iS,0<_0.    Both   horo nml on  McCullough creek the  gold   found   on  bedrock and  in  the  lower  gravels   is  coarse; frequent tests  of the  tailings  failing to show any fine gold.  Besides these leases there* is a large  area of placei'deposits in this district  suitable foi hydraulic working. On  French creek, above the Consolatiem,  a claim which will be found described  further on, tliere are. four edaims which  could be worked by giants. ' These  claims have similar c-haracl eristics to  the Consolation and should lie of equal  value," which as will'be seen in tlie  description of that claim is considerable. On Camp creek airain are  several leases. This creek hni only a  ��������� snow supply of water and the time of  working would be short, but there is  some ground near the head v. liich,  even in the few months available,  would p'iy well. Here at least one  ancient glacial bed occurs about 11  mile's in length, and thosurface returns  at, this point are very promising. On  Eight. Mile creek there, is large amount  of valuable ground. Bedrock is everywhere deep. Four ancient beds of this  creek are indicated about throe, inilt~s  from its mouth, two of whiih are  glacial and two formed by the diversion of the creek to higher levels by  slides. This slide matter is mostly  formed of old glacial deposits carried  down from the mountains above arid  will yield about 25c. to the cubic yard.  A few .claims were worked on the  lower part of this creek in 'GG, but the  bedrock was too deep for the methods  then available to render them paying  propositions.  Above the French Creek Co.'s  ground on French creek, the "Consolation," a creek claim has now been  worked for the past six years by  means of drifts and shafts with good  results, bedrock gravels yielding on an  average ������2.50 per yard. The gold is  very coarse; nuggets of a value of from  $50 to !?75 having occurred. The total  amount of gold taken out since this  claim bas been worked in 1892 is $29.-  (XX). The company has now I wo  working shafts, SO foet deep with  water "power hoist..and 1.G0O feet of  tunneling, all thoroughly timbered.  Tho creek channel I hrongb their  irround on bedrock .averages 100 foot  in width from r'un to rim.  Throughout the Ground Hog Basin  dislrict the formation is Hie samo:  Mic.icious and schistose slates, quart: ���������  ites and shales, carrying pyrites and  magnet oid iron ores and large quantities of oxides. The rooks are nieta-  mnrphiir and lie almost horizon cnl.  The glacier in its downward progress  i/round up the rocks, which formed ils  bed, and the waters flowing from the  melting mass, running round and under tbein, fui tber tore awav tbe formation, forming the-gulch'o:, and valleys through which the. present creeks  .run. and,carried down with them the  gravels" and inuil containing the,gold.  Throughout tbe ilistrict tbe bedrock  values are probably about the same,  owing to the central origin c:f lbe  gold, which it carries:. The. surface  gravels nn the benches and th'e higher  lying, earliest glacial deposits give the  same values in every case. Almost  anywhere the sui face dirt yields fiom  2 to -1 colors per pan, making an average of from' 15 to 25 cents per cubic-  yard.  The creeks, which head in Ground  Hog Basin, empty into Golds!ream, a  tributary of llu* Columbia. This creek  is an exceedingly difficult, one for men  without capital lo handle, owing to  llie very high stage of water prevailing in it froin the middle of May to  Sept em her, which renders tin* tnn-  .sli_.iitMo_ti_____o_L-w]ug .dams, and .flumes,  THE CITY COUNCIL.  mi ���������  30 ro,  C. E. Shaw Appointed City  Clerk   and  Geo. S. McCarter Solicitor.  The city council met in the (Joint  House at 7.30 last night for the trail*--  action of business. Present Mayor  McC.trt.%- in the chair, and Aide! men  Kilpatrick.. Grub a me. Wells, Crage  MoTvee linie and Brown.  The minutes of tbo last council nieci-  ing weie read and adopted.  The coiiunitl.'e appointed 1.0 draft  bylaws for the guidance of the council reported progress, and the repoit  of lhe committee was adopted, after a  few slight alterations on tbe motion  of Aldermen McKechnie and Grahame. "  The returning oSicer. Mr. Fred  Frasi-r. presented Ii is- report on expenses of the election ns follows:  Kooti'iiny Mail, printing S 99 '>���������������  Canada Drug and Book"Co       o 1)7,  V. B. Wells.....'     19 9.-.  E. Picatel       0 0o  F. Fraser, reluming officer ...;  181 *tr>  Deputy returning oflicer   Sundries ,   , The above accounts were referred l"  the finance committee to beappointo.-l.  Communications were received from  the following gentlemen applying for  tbo  peiMlion of lity clerk:    Messrs. 0...  D. Sweel. Vernon; G. E. Grogan.. \V._  B. Pease, \V. A. Nettle. F. E. Garrand."  H. Walton, C. E. Shaw.-L. H. Buck,  ri. .T.Pratt. On a ballot being taken  Mr. C. E. Shaw "was declared elected."J  to the office of city clerk.  A communication was read from W.  Cowan  offering  tlie  use of a room in  the Cowan block for.the purposes of a  council chamber  ut a-rental nf.*$15-i*_ .  mouth. . *  Moved by Aid. Brown,"seconded by ���������'  Aid. Wells, -that- Alils.-Crngn and McKechnie be .1 committee to investigate  the offer made liy.W. Cowan for the  rental of building for the use of the  eity council.  Communications, were read from'J.  M. Scott. Gi'O. S. Mi-Garter and J.  Muipliy applying for the position of'  city solicitor. Geo., S. McCarter rc-  ceivciel the appointment 6nctlie casling  I vote of tin* mayor. .Tbevote standing  throe for Scott a*.*id throe, for M t Cart cr. *~  Communications wore "aNo read front  T. L.   Haig and   J. D.  Sibbald asking'  ihe council for r>vcoiutnendalions to be.  forwarded to the lieutenant-governor,  in council .for the  position   of   police  magistrate.   T. L.  Haig- received t.ho  recommendations  of the city  council  and   the  clerk   was  instructed to for-.  ward the recommendation of the council lo the lientenaiit-govertior.  The council adjourned.  without suflicient capital to push the  work through, a very precarious  undertaking. Hitherto for ibis ie.-u.on  lack of means has prevented a proper  prospect being made of the creek. In  the e-anotuof the cri-ek, towutil- its  mouth, as much as $2,000 or ������.'{.000 of  coarso gold has been collected in recent  years by scraping it out of I be boeli-ock  al extremely low water. One* nugget  obtained in this way was worth ������11 to  !R12. This canon is aiiout two miles  long, cut through a while Hint*stone  formal ion, and the cieek ruslies  Ibroiigb it in a scries of falls. Itis  considered by oxpi'iiencod prospecloi-s  that lhe crock itself, which is uboul  SKI feet wide, flows through* the bed  of an ancient lake, which itself covered  I In* hod and valley of a former creek.  ". Iin'-e waters woro ilaiiiuieil back by  ���������tn a'lU-iont land .-lide and ihus formed  lho  lake    In  course  of lime l.y slow  rlogi s I bo w.'ltois of  tin*   lako giailu  ally cut Ibeiiiselves an oxiL tliirmgli  llu* liiiii'StiiiK* foi'ii.'.lioii oT lho present  canon and once., mote began to eli--  chtirge themselves into the Coimnbi.-i.  It is considered thai it, would not be a  The Nettie L'.  Tbe jS'ettie  L. never looked   bolter  than it docs at  present.   A   few. days-  ago the richest ore yet strii'k \v.is  en--  i-ountered in the drift. "   It* is  lioavi.y  cliargcd with gray copper and will run  over 1,000 ounces to the..ton   in   silver.  This strike which is about 3  inches  irv_  thickness is embedded iTTtlie olher ore.  with which the  breast.of  the  tunnel  fairly .glistens.     Billy  Glenn   is   busy,  rawhiding the ore down fiom lhe"propel tj* and  is  making excellent head-.  way.    Several   Ions   of   shipping  ore  are now lying on the  dump   bos:de*~  a.  givat quantity of cotfcentratiiig inatei- .  ial.���������Topic.  Silver Queen.  Recently Dave  Cowan  secured   the-  cnutract  of   running  an   eighty   foot  tunnel on   111**   Silver  Queen,   a   v.-ry  promising pioj-crty situalod on  G-eat  Northern uionnlaiii and rf-contlv bonded to Jaini"* Dixon of "Vancouver.    On ���������  Thursday List Dave,  .���������ii-coiitp.inieu   liy-  J. Hickman. .Stove Wood. Fiod  Jobn-  *-on   -md   Gi O'-ge   Sj.ii.ks   left   Trout  Lake to oni.-nienci' work  on  the  property.���������Topic.  Free Coincge ���������  It  is very probable   tli.tt   work    will  be* commenced on tlio Free Coinage iu  tbe eoiiisei>r a fe-'.v  weeks.    This  property adjoins  tbo Silver  Cup  on  tbe  i-ory difficult ta-k lo tap the crock just j upper end and is a.  pioperty  of great  ibnve   llio   ration   on   the  south bank I I"'"11''1''-    '"'"' r  and drain olf ils waters either by tun-  no! or open cut thiough a bili at this  point, afler w biih, they would find  their own way to the liver without  any furthor work being necessary. It  is likely from what has been said before of the result.- obtained by -'M-.ip-  ing" in lhe canon at low water, lhat if  Ihe bi'drock wero properly .cleared of  water a ..ub.-tantial harii'st of the yellow metal would be gathered in. On  the benches on either side of the cie-ek  I lie giavel carries gold in considerable  quantities-. In tlie north eastern angle  between Goldstream and the Columbia  is an extensive bed of gravel carrying  23'cents to the cubic yard.  The vein, out" of which tho  Silver Cup peoplo have obtained tlieir  riihest ore is the one wh'n li i.s expressed on the Coinage and on wiiich a  great deal of development ivatk was  elone last summer.���������Topic.  The Lucky 4.  On tbe Lucky-4. a il.iim located on  Boulder creek about 5 mils fiom  Tbonip-on's Landing and within a.  slim 1. eiimmce of the main wagon road  llie chances aie excellent for commencement of a 150-foot. tunnel during the curly pait of June.' This pioperty which is owned by Messrs.  Cowan and Hickman, is under bond  to Mr. Erbslob, of Loudon, England,  __t_a Revelstoke   Herald  Published Is interests o  RerfllsTOke, Lardeau, Big Bond, Tioit Lake  Ulecillownet. Albert Canyon. .'orJan  ,.   I'___.-s and Eagle Pass DUtrl. ts.  A   JOHNSON   Proprietor.  A ISeml-Wickly Journal, published ln lhe  __ntt;r*i>l������ ot Ke.elstoke mid the surrounding  (Stomrt. WedDe*-������y������ aud rjalurtlaj a, makinH  _.<������e-l connections _ith all trains.  AdTort_ilnB Kates: I/Uplay ������d������. ?1 SO per  coltuno loch. J2.10 per Inch when inserted on titlo  race. Le_--al an������. ISc per (nonpareil) lino for  ������rm Inwrti-.u; 5c for eo-h additlunallnijortion.  Reuline notices. 15o per line each iasne. BI Jh,  -damage and Death notices, free.  8ub_eripiion Kate*: By mall or carrier. ?2 00  per annum ; ll."* for six month . strictly In  8 our Job Department: Tm: Hbkalti Job  Department la ono of tho best equipped  pnullng oalcea ln Weai Kootenav, nnd la pre-  pe.-ed to execute til kinds of ptintinR in first  daw style at honest prices. One prico to all.  Ne job loo Imko���������none too small���������for u������. ~M������ll  t*ticr������ promptly attended to. Olve ub a trial  on yonr next ordor.  ToCorre-ponrlenu: We im correspond-  eoee on any suhject of Interest 'to the general,  public, and deoire a rcllabl" regular correspondent In every locah' surrounding  KereUtoke. In all caaoa tho bona fide namo  of the -writer mu������t accompany manuiicript, but  nol necessarily for publication  jiddreM all co-nmunicallons  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Rtvelfitoke, Q. C  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  MR.   DOOLEY     ON     THE     ANGLO-  SAXON   ALLIANCE  TICUUITOHIAL HTMN  1. All correspondence must bo legibly  ������-rinen on one side of ihe paper only.    J. Correspondence containing personal  i-aturniuiit bo sij-ucd with tLs pr per name  ^f^Ti-Jiindcnee with reference to any  Ihlag th%t has appeared In another PtJ.ej  must flr������t b������ ofleroJ (or publication to mat  paper before it can appear in Ihs Herald.  "What ar-re ye goin' to do Pather-  icl.'s   Day?'   asked   Mr.   Hennessey.  "Patherick's Day?" suid Mr. Dooley.  ���������'I'atheriek'n day'.' tt seems to mc  1 va heard th' name bet'ur. Oh, yo  mane lh' day th' Irish that hasn't  anny rotes cellybr.'itcs th' birth iv  their naytionnl saint, who was a  Fr-rinchman ?"  "Ye know what 1 mime," said Mr.  Ifinnessey, will rising wrath. "Don't  ve ct sav wid rae now.' !  "Well,"   saiel   Mr.   Dooley,   "1   may  cillybrate     it,  nn'   1   may   not.       I'm  Ihliikiu' iv saviti'mc enthusiasm l"r ill' |  Queen's Birthday, whinniver it is that,  that   blessid   )ii"liila*y   conies   arrotind.  "Ye see, Hinnissy. Patherick's day j  is otu Iv fashion now. A few years  ago ve'd see th' prialdenl iv th |  United States m#chin down' Vinn-1  ������������������ylviinvn uv-iioo with th' Kiecn s������nrf'  iv ih'"Ancient Arrther on Iii" shoulders and a shamrock in his hni. Now |  what is Mack eloin'? He's setlin' tn ���������  Iiii parlor wrltin' leithcrs lo th' queen I  It hivins, askin' atthcr lier health.'.  He was from lh' north of Ireland two  veers ago. an' not so far north aye- "ii  ih������r���������just far enough north fr to be  on good terms wHli Derry an' not  far enough io be bad frinds wilh  Limerick. He was raised on butthsr-  milk an' haggis, aa dhrank his IriRh  rMe with a dash of orange blithers  in it. He's been movin' steadily north  since, an' if he keeps on movin' he'll  go r-round th' globo sn' bring up  'somewhere in th' south iv England.  "\n     Kinnerv    Cabin    Lodge!       1  ���������-ed   to   think   that   Hinnery     would   ~  '    th  th'  C. XV. firyden, Willoughby, Sask,  L'pon   llio  land  we  love,  Thy  blessing  from  above,  Lord,   ever send!  lly day anil darksome night,  In  calm  and   tempest's  holght,  Uo  thou   our  shield  and   mlrrlil.  Guide nnd  defend!  O'er   tliis   Dominion   broad.  Incline all  by Thy XVortl  To do Thy  will,  lln prairie or by tide,  Uy stream or mountain siele.  In heart and home abide,  Anil   with   praise  llll.  Rule In  om- Sovereign's heart.  Wisdom   and   grace   impart,  And may we Etand.  Om;   nation   strong   and   freo.  And   know   we   worship  Thee,  T'"rtim  shun*:  lo  farthest  sen,  A  thankful  land!  lll'DDr KIP.  Aud  'ave   made  Ruddy Kip:  you're   comin  "toddy Kip;  "..weren't  potion,   pump,   nor  It were  all  you're  iron  will  Wot 'as loft you to us bIIII,  Ruddy Kip.  a   stubborn      light,  through   all   right,  pill.  Tou  THE   RAGE WAR IN TEXAS  Tlie news of a race war down in the  Arkansas-Texas country is what ������  r. ve been expecting for years. It ivas  Vound lo come. Yesterday's despatches tell of trouble at Texarkana,  -.-here a large number of negroes have  'rs-en strung up lo trees. There are  ret many trees in' that country, but  v, hat they have they uso to advantage. In this case It appears thai  iht- colored people, smarting under  ���������Je yoke, had arranged to get away  ^ith" certain of their more obnoxious  ���������v. like oppressors. Unfortunately for  iJ-.em, the latter caught on to it and  cot   In   their  work   first.  Texarkana is a strange little town.  Hal- of it ie in Texas and half in  Arkansas, henoe lho name. The sl&te  boundary runs down the middle of  ~>Ia!n ' Street. There are two sourl  bouses, two municipal councils, tv,*o  sheriffs,, two separate police outfits, all  in the same little to_*n. "When a  ran sees tbe Arkansas sheriff coming  down the street wilh a warrant sticking out ol his picket, all he has lo do  to escape arrest is to are������s tlie roael  into Texas. Four years ago lhe  citizens of this model burjr turned a  , negro at the stake, as they *������ui*neil  iia.riyi-.-i in London : centuries n<ro.  The negro, a man named Jtd. Coy, had  committed a heinous ���������ffenee and made  V.ls escape. He- was captured at a  i*;= earna 12 miles from "town and  bronchi back. _ . Stores were closed  fci-.d Texarkana t. hts en fete. Down  by the depot was ihe stump, of a. dead  wee. To this lhey bouid Coy with  .tries-aph wire, piled pitch pine rouniil  iris feet, poured coal oil over hira.  plited a lighted torch i������ the has _s ef  Mrs. Sillier, the ,.w������raan In the cas������,  r.n_ the miserable wretch suffered the  worst form_.of..dealh. while hi3 elos-  I>������rate torturers' looked en unmoved.  A. little north ������f Texa.ku._a, en t_e  Iron Mountain railroad. Is the small  Caw������ o_ Malvern.' where o������e' sets ������~K  t������ go to the "'"worid fameua Hot  Jtprir.gj. This town teas burnt doivn  thrse years ajro and it was suspected  I Wet the incer.diarism hael been com-  ir.llteu by the colored race. As all  co**r.������ look alike le-them-de*a*n south,  thpy srathsred fr. the first three nis-  Kers in sight and l?_:������_������-d the������������.  They n-olil- have lynch*- Mere, tut  there ������*er������ only tfcrae **���������������������. The  iilaa of negroes t_)r!_S to _*������������������ o~������ a ri_aa  ���������r _-s <jova South rJs very amuainsr ts  ���������e���������e-T.-ho-hss-iiv ea-'in^rnat-countrr-. -  niver  dis  con-tint  till  he'd  took  Prince   iv   Wales   bo  th'   hair   iv  head��������� an' ' lis little the poor man e  ot���������and dhrag him fr'm lh' tower w  I.i ndon to Kilmainhani jail an' han~i  him over to th' tindhcr mercies,    as  Ilcan says,  iv Michael  Davltt.    Thim  was th' days whin ye'd hear Hinnery  in   th'   sinlt  spreatlin'    fear    to    th'  hear-rts   iv   tli'   British    aristocracy.  " 'Gintlemen.'   he  says,  'an'   fellow-  sinitors, th' time has come.' he says,  'Take  up  th'  whitcm'an'B burdeti an'  1 snd it to th' coons,' 'An open back  dure   r.n   hand   it  to   th  front  dure.'  "Tis th' same with all iv thlm. There s  nv*   frind,   Joe  Choto.      Where's  Joe  _pindiu'   bis   nights   now?   Whisper,  in Win'sor castla, no less, in a nigHt  shirt iv th' Prince  iv Wales,  an'  th'  ncx'   mornin'   whin   he   comes   down  sttdra,  thev toi'  him  th'  rile  family  was  late  risers,  but tf ho wanted  a  gcod lime he could go down an' look  ac  th'   cimitry.   An   he  done   it.    He  wint out au'  wept ovor th'  grave  iv  th' father iv his counthry.   Te'er man,  George     Wash'nton.     Hinnissy,   was  ��������� _'v  th'  stepfather.  "Well, glory be, th' times has  changed sinco me frind Jawn Flnerty  como out iv th' house Iv Rlprisinta-  tives, an' whin some wan ast him  what was goin' on, says: Oh nawthin'  at all but some dam'd American  business.' Thlm was th" days! A������'  what's changed thlm? Well I might  be savin' 'Iwas like wanst whin me  cousin Mike an' a Kerry man bo th'  name iv Sullivan had a gredgo again i  a man named Doherty  'ave touched  the roughest  'earts  Ruddy Kip;  Though   you're   made   of  fancy   parts,  Ruddy Kip;  Tou "ave roamed tho bloomin' earth,  You've extracted all its worth���������  You've give song a newer birth,  Ruddy Kip.  St Leon-  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  -  smmmmmmmmmmfmnmmmmmmmT?m������~r*m������~*i  I  THE MOLSONS BANK  I  fc INCORPOKATEU BY ACT OF   P .RUVHKNT, 1855.  E HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  BRITISH COLUMBIA  PAID UP CAPITAL      ....      W0O0.O0O  BEST FUND . " - - -      $1,600,000  DIRECTORS:   Wm. Moi.son "MACi'iirnsoN, President;  8. II, ISwino, Vloe Pronldonte  W. M. RAU-AV, Samuki. Fl-LV.Y, 11bKBT AltCnillALL', J. p. Clechoiis,  H. -IA11_L_..D MOI.SOK.  F. "Vokkkhtom Thomas, Qeueral Manager.  A general banking business transacted.     Interest allowed a, curMiil.  rnlet*' J. D. MOLSON.  Mabao--, K_vi:i.sro_u, 11.0.  RATES.   $l.oo   PER  DilY  WHEAT  RAISIHG PR0FITS5LE  It is sn axiom that contented s:-t-  il- rs make the most elllcient imsnisra-  licn asents. Lc-tters to the public  press which can be read and oripk-cl  far and wide, * together with private  i'ttirs "ent to friend? in the eettler's  n!d neighborhood, are unfailing drawing card'. A Moose Jaw settler senils  f. "he Canadian (London. Kngland).  Cr^zr-txn. tho following straightforward  f.-.cts about Ms' own personal experience as a wheat erowir.g settlor and  h'.*" "xperience of th������> linancial side,of  fem-.ing plr.ee he bega.-i to  -row wh .  in l������ss on sum me  I _ tli<b  North West  fallow.  The following -.able give������ the avera-to  yl-~'.ei per acre each year or. summer  follower] lane, the average n-.ark**i  prlc<* thai year, and the value per  i e re:  The '55 crop is r.ot al! sold, but the  price given Is *hat made so far.  Year Eus p. a.         C:s. p. b. Valu-*.     53  45   nearly o'.'.    SI.". 7."  - se-.-n from lhe abov.j thai  'el-urn is vory rariabl-j, still  :-rag-j has been maintained.  If ten dollars an acre is realized  there is surely a living to be ma-j_.  a\ farmer wh&n he has cot past the  juonesr stag->.���������i. <*���������- bir, buildings ur.  _om*������ fencir-o done zr.d *;. Urge r-ro-  poition in i.-Jlilvav.en���������r.iv.-ayB -*an  icasor.ablr asfJir.e* i'.i it be has an invested ������nd working capita! of not less  if.an ter. dollars per .->ere.  i.������S  ....  31  J 5 S3  ....  27  1������50  ....  22  If SI  ���������-.. 41  v:-2  ...    22  :**3  ....  15  :s5i  ...    7  1<-Jb  ....  IS  ii-56     31  1.* JT     2?  :^:-s  ....  20  .-���������-.vc  ���������age 2D  It  will   h:  Mhi:  * me r  a  good  ave  ~ 20  W  14  85  13  10  24  6"  11  ~0  .  '"  -i  '0  3  CO  "I~  ~)  23  20  14  f,~  Y'ou 'ave sung     the     low     and 'igh,  Ruddy Kip;  Earth  anel     water,  wind     and     sky,  Ruddy Kip;  Where no other thought to look  You 'ave gone to work and took  What you wanted  for your book.  Ruddy Kip.  Tl'ere'a      prayers      from      Jtandalay.  Ruddy Kip;  Goin' up        for,       you        today,  Ruddy Kip;  Where the idols' bases rest.  Where the sun drops in lh* west,  Men are 'opin for the best.  Ruddy Kip.  You     'ave     made     a     winnin' flght,  Ruddy Kip; ��������� ���������  Fought the same way that you write,  Rydely Kip;  Death's a running from your door.  We shall 'ear from you some more,  And  'ere's  to you���������'lp  'ooroar!  Ruddy Kip.  ���������CHICAGO  KEWS.  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Proparties,  Both Hotels Open for the Winter  c ......���������..������������������..���������w................................���������,l  Thc Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with thc Steamers  anti the Springs.  Good Accommodation both at   tho   Springs   and at  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.        Rates  $1.25 per day.  The  C oltmibia  ouse.  Good accommodation. A. good bar  well supplied with cboico wines  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Srown   ���������& Pool,  PpopHetops.  V E ll S T O  Do VoaitJCJont  a   *f_������_ne   in   This^ Grooalng    mining^ and  t^allcu ay  Centre  9  The C. & K. steam Navigation Company have some of the   most do  lightful piopprty in Kevelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy  to  to any portion of tho town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Easy  terms if necessary;     ,-. ���������  CANMOIIK   NOTES  Cunmorc,   March  23.���������(Special)���������That  was  quito  a Calgary  breeze  that  appeared   in   The  Herald   on  Wednesday  that was half about   the   poet      laureate.    It   struck  a   Kerry   man     himself.    Thev     kept I Cunmorc   like  a  Chicago  cyclone.  Doherty indurc's fr a day, an' by-an'-|   The Cunmorc bard  is singing again,  bye   mo  cousin . Miko  lost  interest  in ��������� While we can, we'll live in Can���������  tli'  gredge.  liavin'  others    that    were |    Why should  we close  ihe door?  newer, an' he wint ���������ver to th' ya-ards  For can you lhrough- these mountains  W-      M.      B ROW N tfHIG & PHfllO, Sole Agents  Proprietor.  TO  RUDYARD KIPLTNG.  ESQ.,  FROM   THOS.   ATKIXS.  were     given  The London  an' Doherty and Sullivan begin _to  bow to each other, an' afther a while  the found that they were blood relations, an' what's closer than that  whin ye'er away irom home, town ies?  An they hooked ar-rms an' strultPil  'Vihin th' agle, th' bund iv freedom.'  he says, 'lavin,' he says, 'its home in  th' mountains, ho says, 'an' circlin','  hi- says, 'undher th' jool'el hivin', he  says, 'fiom whero. 'he says, 'th' Pas-  er.maquoddy rushes into Lake  scan  Tho  efiual  of Canmoro.  Cm we oan.  5*ou  bet we can  IC   something  we  can   do,  Ko  all   who  can,  stop'off  at  Can���������  Dully   trains  running .through.  The   Shakespeare  drama      was   held  jhire  on  Saturday  night  by  the  Banff  theatricals  In   the  band  hall.      Everybody played Iheir part well, and It was  Era3tus a great succesn.      The band was sweet  the  K. Ropes.' he says, 'to where rowls.nnd not too bombastic. How  th Oregon,' ho says, 'from th' lakces Scotch dialect sot into Venice is  ti th' gulf,' he says, 'from th' Atlantic something we can't account for. ar.d  t*i th' Pacific where rowls th' Oregon,' driving back to Banff In a blizzard  Tt says, 'an' from iTiry American whs was r.ot like Roma at all. Bravo  b_s th*  blood iv bis  ancesthors'  hay-  Bar.fiH      May we all have the pleasure  tt'.d iv tyranny in his veins���������your  aDcesthors and mine, Mlsther }ic-  Acloo,' lm siys. 'there goes up a mute  prayer that th' nation as won man,  f. ci Bangor, Maine, to where rowl*  ll-~0regbn7~-ihai;'---he-says~-'is-fuii-iv  :..'mo~i. which is later put tip in cans.  ru1 has the samo i~~ter_st a������ all others  i. this question.- ho eays, 'that,' he  sjvs. "th" discindonts iv Wash'nton,'  he says, 'an' iv Immit,' ho says, "will  line hands fr to protkt.' he says, 'th'  codfi3herie3 against th vandal' hand  iv th' British line.'he says. T therefore  move ye. Mr. Prisident. that it ix th'  of.hoarir._r you again.  DISTRESSING SUICIDE  ���������������:T o8eph~Dunne���������������on���������of^-Postmaster  Dunne, at Josephbnr:r. took his own  life-on Monday last. It appears that  on J{ond8y morning Mrs. Dunne, the  young man's mother, called the* son  E6 usual. Getting no answer from  lilm she went to his room, but did not.  find him tliere. She afterwards went  to the,stable in search of him and  fo: nd him there banging by the'neck  sjnsG  iv  this  houses   iv_.innJr    *������"'"'1:1m  a rope  attached   to  one  of the  ' beams of the stable. Special Constable  Gooche of the Medicine Lodge police  detachment was sent into town with  tho news and to notify the coroner.  Tbe yQiinir man had first attempted  his life by- cutting his thro*u with a  knife and a razor and had aft.r-  ���������A.irds hanged himself. Before h������ did  ,������ . he wrote in tii<~ snow the words.  "I did it," showing deliberate premeditation. No tnii-e is a.������slgneil for  ths rash act. Deceased was about 22  years of age and was always a very  quiet youns man. ��������� Meelicln" Hat  News.  tliere be, that Tap Pay O'Connor is a  gr-reater man that Lorel Salisbury,'  ac says.  "Now where's Hinnery? Where's  th' bould Fenian? Where's th' moon  lighter now? Where's th' Pikeman?  Tpiih, he's changed his chune, an'  'lis, 'Slhrangers wanst but brothers  now' with him, .nn' 'Hands acrost th'  -~!2y an' into somowan's pocket," an'  up an down th' r-roael as proud ������������  imprors. an' says they:  'Wo can lick annythin' in th'  va-ard,' says they. But be'iire they  r-ajyed th' 'licence fr long ar-round  th' corner comes mc cousin Mike with  a half brbk in each hand, an' me  br-rave Sullivan Ives Kerry thoWtg  br-rave Sullivan gives Doherty the  Kfrry man's thrip' an," says ho: 'Mike  i w*as on'y pullln' him on to give ye  n cra-k at bim.' he snys An they de-  sthroyed Doherty eo that he. was in  bed fr a week.  "Wc-li, I wonder will Mike come  tar.k?" said  Mr. Henncssy.  "Me cousin Mike," said Mr. Dooley,  'iiiver missed an miction. An whin  tb' campaign opened there wasn't a  ���������man on th" ticket fr'h mayor to con-  ftable that didn't, claim him fr a first,  cousin. Thr.ro :i_*������ d iff'rent kinds iv  br.r.ds fr'm acrc.it th' sea. There  :.r re potlii-y hands nn' rollin' mill  hands, but on'y cue kind that votes."  I Kid Mr-Coy won the decision ln his  rfcent 20 round contest with Chnyn-  j-ki.     The K!d had lt all his own way.  I Hor.. Clifford Sifton is after the  F.nr.s  as  desirable- immigrant",     now.  .Ko onc can say ho Is finical about the  P' ople he chooses to brlns ovar lo  Canada. ������  It is now definitely arranged that  the fight between James C. Jeffries  and Robert Fitzsimmons will take  Place before the Coney Island Athletic  club on Friday. May 25th. Thc o*in-  " test "ill li" for 25 rounds.  The  following  verses  B' ecial      prominence  in  Times:  There's a reg'lar run on papers, since  we  'card  that you was ill;  An"' you   might   be   in' a   'orspltal,   tho  barricks is so still:  Wu 'ave all been mighty anxious, since  we "eard It on parade;  A.:i*  we 'aint no cowards either,  but I  own wo was afraid.  An' we all prayed 'ard and earnest;  "O  Gawd,  don't take.'im  yet!  Just  let  'im stop and 'elp us: .  An'  warn.  'Lost we  forget!"  The    sergeant    said:    '"E    won't    get  round.   It's  throc,> rounds    blank  'for 'im!  'ri won't write no more stories!" And  our 'opes was bloomin'  dim.  But  you   'nd  always  'clped   T.   Atkins,  an' though things did look blue���������  W������in  we ain't much 'ands at prayin',  but we did our best^for you.  "'E mustn't die;  we'want  'im!  O   Gawd,   don't   take   Mm   yet;  Spare   Mm   a   little   longer!  'E wrote, 'Lest we forget-."  Wu Vard  that you was fightin'  'ard���������  Just as we knew you would;  -���������**'" t��������� we-^f.idiy���������-oped-^-ou-d^turn-^'Is-  f.ar.k:   they said you 'ardly could  llai  the news  as come    this    mornin'  an'  I'm wrltin' "ere ,to say,  Tbe?re's  no      Uritish son      more  'appy  than  your old  friend  Thomas  A.  "O Gawd, we're all so grateful  Ton   'ave- left 'im  with us yet,  To 'oid us in, and 'alt us.  Loft we, Lest we forget!'*  Teacher:���������What-Is arithmetic?  Ikey:���������Arithmetic van tier szion������_  vich deachofl how to compnde tadsreoa  on   money. a  The Acme- ���������  Soda  Water  Works  Munnfacturcrs of ail kinds of  Aerated Water", Soda itml Mineral  Waters in Syphons and  Bottle.".  F������ctorie<3 at Vernon and Revelstoke*, B. C.  M. J- OSRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Hotel Ferguson  Fer go son, B.C.  Best Accommodation  ���������  Ix thk Lardeau.  Rates $2 Pep Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  F(evelstol\e  Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept  ��������� on   hand.  Dn,  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  REVELSTOKE.  Sash  ' Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Resriilnr  m.f_tl-p.������  nre  lidel in the  OiMfcllowii Hull nn llii'. thin! Friday  <if each month nl 7.30 |i. in.   Visiting  'itis    hp'thron '���������orrllnllv-invltr.rl.  \V. O. Illniflv, W.M.; It. I\ Pe-tll  nln1'*, lice. Sec; Or. T. Jtffs. Kin. Sec ; Thu������.  Stocel, Treasurer.  CHURCH  DIRECTORY-  At tho siiprem������ court at Vancouver         last, week e.  P.  R.  Conductor Woods i /**acRCll   OF  got 30.300 damages for lo3ing   bis leg ! ^   KovcMokn  MH.THOOIWT CHURCH - Kove!������tok������_  l*roachini{ ������rriceti at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. i:inrB mietinsf at th������ c!',sfl of the  morninn porvine. sabbath Hchonl anrl Bible  Cltum as 2:30 p.m. W������ekl7 prayer trittt'tnz  evrirr W������dn<*s*!ay eveninf? at 7:30 p.m. Ths  public nro norellally inritcd.    fle.tn freio.  REV. H. J. TIIOMI'BOU", Ytv.tnT.  HUMAN NATURE  ENW-.A-JTU-St.     P.tur'-    Hon r. of i������'*rv!oo:   Evening  hv an accident while in the service ' 1>ray,'!r fl'lS!j���������at.,5 o'clock. FrM^ya at ?;.%  ny an _ce.icii.iit wnue in _ur 3i.i>ii-c Snnrtar, anrt FcntlvaU: H0I7 CnniInnaion oc.  of the company. Next day lho judge ���������_.��������� ^orr-ing pmycr at n. aumi.-.y S^hooS  re-versed   tho    Verdict    oa   technical   nndBihi������ou>. ������t i".:!", evn-jinpr t>r<*vi_r at 7-������_  Flr="', iirirAx.-j In tho laonlfc Koly Communion  of  bom   much  the Brit- I  On   the   Crow's   Nest  Pass  railway  the change' from mountain  to Pacific ! r,r,-.,������   he   ahriel-cd  ataadart time -*iil Ik m������d. at Cr������n-! " ^nrt  tVitfy flftu' person  bought  .'.--������������������      . ... ' p's.'iic'r.  b'rbisk.  The newsboy etood  on tha    corner gj-o"unflB.  l.oMiaa;  an   iicdiminlshliig bandll*  of  1'E.pcra for hall an hour. I    Some ides  An _nv.-irvin-r and mcnnlnglesn iah people eat may bo gathered from  pound isv-eri from his lip:', * but the amount of butter and olcomar-  ncither he nor anvbndy else thought garine Imported last year. Of butter  1."  was  saying  anVthing. ������'e imports were ������20 900..900 lbs, and  Suddenly tbe clung, bang and rattle nf   oleomargarine!   89,93i.a00   lb3.    The <  cf a  lire engine  divided   the  traffic.      buttor     imported   cost   the   people   of  "All abo-.it the fire!    All about tho   Great   Britain   f*.9-.800.85a     and     thn  , oleomargarine     ?U ,881,870.   Denmark  a furnished   nearly  ������0  per' cent ot the  '-.b'u'ttcr and Canada only S per cent,    !  and  Doop  Factory.  Maiiufnoturers of  and Dealers ln    ~~"*~~~~~~  Sash, I~oor������, Tiirnlug*, I'llnthi, Corner  Hloak.������, MonlellnK.i of all kinels. Fancy  Onbh'i nnc! Veranildli work. liratkeU,  of every ile������erliitlon made to order.  Store and Ofncc Fltiln|iri>, Vlndon-  Framei, with nash f~ ttccj a especially.  All thc latent machinery. Dry kiln on he  - jirernbum. Call and get prices beforo  Koliwr ���������Jwjwli.re.  SAWYER & MANNINQ.  F. JVeCJIRTY  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JWUTTOJi JIJiD S^IDSJISE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and. Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Trout Lake  V��������� i-I^Thl-ir* ��������� -11. ���������  aesa������  Siuldlo    and     P.ick  always for hire.  wsrenar  Horses  KroisbtiiiK  an  specialty.  camnia   ft  o'clock  Daily Stape len ves Thomson's Lauding overy morning at  for Trout Lake Oity.   For pnrticulnrs write  CI-AIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  These Are Facts  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461.  -foctn in tho Odd-  fellows' Ifnll on tho  2nd and 'lh FtUlojH ot  ouch month. Vimting  breihron invited to  attend.  IJ. R. CHrnpbell,   K. D. J. C. Johnson  (;inef Ranger. Rec.-Sec.  HEVELSTOK.E  RON -V*0RKS  at mor.*.'nir n;-"ic-s.  pI-.KSI" VTEKIAN    CHtTRCF'���������Kcral ntokn.  J-     fcervlnc  ccr> Mnndny a'1! >������.i;i. r.r.d 7:30  p.in      Hib'e  C! .vn  nl   y:.'*0   p rr,,.   to  tvhlrb 1  r. 1 aro '^.-Iconic.   Prays.-   mceUrg at C. p.m. 1  every ���������Wednesday. I   BKV. T^MK~-J~Ir_~-. P^-or       j  R~~oy..\x fATuoui: oirtiROFi-.rt7,������,.! "Mining  a toko.     ;! i?s  lint and ihlrd Munrtajv in ;  r. onth at 10:30 i> '"���������  I'.BV. KATIIKU TI.'ATEH.  "jRl������\c_ mu 1 ��������� hini~r������ Jobbine  PlnmLiiiS.   Fipo Flttinfir  Tin32nit5ij-~~a  Shnot Iron "WriTji  Macfc.inory Jt-GPairod  Work  Spec:  SAIA'ATION AHMY-Moellnit; every sight  ih ihtf.r had on lrrbnt Mfreet  RoVolstoi-Q  Station-  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.  opened np by the  Mineral properties  Diamond Core  To obtain rapidly the knowledge of the value of reefs or ledgea  nothing is to be comiiared with the Diamond Core Drill, which, will  prove more in 30 day3 than an outfit of men tunnelling or sinking;  shafts CDiild prove in ten years.  Tlie Diamond Core Drill can pierce, the mountains aud take the  secret of what it contains from their very hearts, and the more solid  the rock formation, the quicker it will do its work. ;,  Tiie Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that it can be taken c -  pieces and packed on the back? of horses and carried  and  worked  almost inaccessible places where water can be obtained,���������and it  bo in almost any part of British Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in person _o  J.   D.    SIBBALD,  REAL    ESTATE   ANO    MINING     BROKERS,    REVELSTOKE  Large liRht bed  room?.  Table furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines  Liquors nnd Cigars  Rates  Sl.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  t^m  \  ''���������&*-:���������.*,.���������; ..; .-.'. .-.*s %  RAN INTO A SNAG  MASKED   MEN    ROB   RAILROAD  MEN Or ?IOOO  Try the Same Game on Hotel  Keeper. Who Pumps Them Full  of Lead.  Bcranton, Ta., Marcli 28.���������Five  masked men shortly after midnight  entered the Carbondato Traction Company's car barn in an Isolated spot at  Maryfleld, sandbagged tho engineer,  Patrick Dempsey, fireman, Frank  'COBBins; and watchman, William Bro-  kenshlre, rendering them insensible.  They then ransacked the otHce, carrying off a box with tbe day'e rear tpts estimated at upwards of 11,000.  Later they attacked "William Leek, an  hotel keeper near Carbondalc. Leek  opened flro killing one of them .and  wounding two others. Tho wounded  men were made prisoners and later  wore removed to the Carbondale hospital. Identity of tho desperadoes Is  as yel unknown.  THE BI DWELL BROTHERS  Who Robb d The Bank of England ct  a Million dolluis 25 Vears ago, Uie  in Poverty���������Buried ic Potters b'   ���������������������������  St. Paul, Marcli 27.���������George Bid-  well, the elder of the two brothers  who robbod the Bank ������������������ of England  years ago, died In Butte. Montana,  yesterday of pneumonia. Tho death  of his brother Austin ln Butto threo  weeks ago was a death blow to George  TO INVADE ENGLAND  FRENCH   SCHEME     TO     SEIZE  THE BRITISH ISLES  Looks Well on Paper���������A Hundred  and Seventy Thousand fiSoldiers  Will do it.  London, March 27.���������In spite of the  Anglo-French agroemont regarding  Africa, one of tho leading     topics of  FIRE ACROSS   THE   RIVER  Freere's Cow Barn Burned Down  Early This Morning:���������On!y One  Animal Lost ��������� Brigade . Saves  Adjacent Buildings.  About 3 o'clock this'morning.- nn  alarm was turned Into the Fire department. Thc utmost promptness was  ���������shown in getting to tho scene of the  conflagration, which proved to bo the  well known dairy barn belonging to F.  JC. Freeze, on the other Bide of tho  Langevin bridge.  The chemical engine and the hook  and ladder wagon reached the flre In  no time. Not only was tho barn  in flames, but a large stack of hay  close by was blazing away to beat the  band. It was, of course, too late ,to  nave thc barn and the hay, but tho  firemen performed excellent work In  saving the adjoining stable whicli  bad in tbe meantime caught from tho  excessive beat. It being too far from  water to operate with the hose, an improvised bucket brigade was formed.  This, together with the chemical appliances, saved the stable, which wan  indeed lucky for the adinietu buildings. Over 20 milch cows were got  ont safely, only,one animal, a bull,  being lost in the fire. This part of tha  town,--though outside the city limits,  Was not neglected by the Brigade, who  worked wilh "rapidity and energy 10  _avc the property nt stake. Cuppy  Smart was in  personal charge.  DEBATE   CONTINUES  Uninteresting Intelligence From Ottawa  ���������Speeches by Davis, Roche,  Sifton and  McCIure.  Ottawa, March 2S.���������Davis, member  fcr Saskatchewan, continued the debate in the House of Commons yesterday, being evidently under the impression that he was on the stump.  Pr. Roche, of Marquette, delivered a  good speech, mathematically proving  his case in his analysis of the present  tarifT laws. The Minister of the Interior followed with a .criticism, and  thc dissatisfaction iii the cabinet was  thereafter" commented upon. McCIure, who admitted the fact that be  ���������was a Liberal first and a prohibitionist  afterwards next spoko on the plebiscite.  A   DESPERATE   ENGAGEMENT  ���������Washington. March 27.���������A cablegram  trom General Oti3 at Manila received  last evening, reports that fighting was  continued all day yesterday. Tho  ce^ualtios are much lighter than yesterday. So far 18 arc reported killed  a������d 40 or BO wounded. The' American  ferces took the town of Mallnta by  storm, during which fight Col. Kgbarts  and others woro killed. Prince Loe-  ���������wensteln, honorary aide-de-camp on  the staff of General Miller, got in front  J���������=-^-the-firing-line^and-was^kl!led���������The.  United States gun boats -have been  shelling Malabon for Beveral hourB,  and the Filipinos are apparently withdrawing. The Insurgents made a  Herco resistance to the American advance up the railroad at Malinta. ln  addition to the fatal wounding of  CcHonal Egbert.' several men of tho  asnd Infantry, and several Oregon and  Kansas regulars were killed.  Evidently anticipating bombardment  ht, the fleet a thousand rebels evacuated Malabon last night, leaving a few  to burn the town. Prince Loewen-  Htein, who was killed In yestorday's  flffitlng, was the son-in-law. of tho  Barl Medborough and disappeared  mysteriously from England last  October.  Manila.     March     23.���������(7:40     p.m.)���������  'About ono theusand     Filipinos, composing the rear guard  of     the rebel  ax my. which is retreating on Maletos,  Aguinaldo's      headquarters,   made      a  stand today in some strong entrench-  ���������0 ments about Marilao, across the river.  "  In the engagement six Americans were  '   killed,  including three officers and  40  Wounded.  KIPLING  CONVALESCENT  and he took to bed Boon after.     Both  the  week on  both sides  of  the  ehan-  bodles will be burled by the county.      Ij-.cl,   has  been  an  article  published  In     , , , La Re,vuc des Deux Mondes, uorlously  outlining  a  fresh  scheme  for  the  invasion of Great Britain.     It proposes  ������" that  15,000  steam   pinnaces      be  built  'and collected In the canals and rivers  New York. March 27.���������Tho condition leading to the French coaBt, that each  of Kudyard Kipling, who waB reported b . armed with two quick flring guns,  to have suffered a slight relapse a few and that they convey an army of 170,-  days ago, Is again Improving. In 000 men. and BOO cannon with the ne-  tAct he is better than at any time cissary ammunition, stores, etc. Tho  since his Illness. ��������� cost of construction     Is estimated at  130,000,000 francs and tho pinnaces aro  to be provided with torpedoes to keep  off hostile ships, while the quick flring  Runs are to repulse torpedo boat at-  London, March 27���������Great Britain and tacks. The writer of the article says  Franco have Anally arranged an amlc- there would be no difficulty In get-  able settlement of their affairs and ting the boats across, pointing out  possessions. ~ Four independent states that Napoleon had a more difiicult  only are recognized: Morocco, Abys-,t.-lsk at Wagram. where ho crossed the  sinla, Liberia,* and the Orange Frco Danube in the face of tho Austrian  6tate.  COMRADES TET  FAMINE   IN   RUSSIA  Is  Odessa, March 25.���������The     famine  spreading through four provinces  Russia.       Millions   of people . aro  duced to living on  acorns,  weeds and  c'..opped  straw.  OH   GLESKIE1  Glasgow, March 27.���������The journeying*  ot Queen Victoria on Sunday during  her trip to the continent caused adverse comment in Scotland.  army. Tho English coast defences  are classed as being a negligible  quantity and the operation ts looked  upon by the writer as being merely a  matter of a few hours. Three divisions of 14,500 men each are to bo  ot.Iuiided In Ireland, and the Irish are to  re-,bo armed with old Gras rifles. Tbe  but French newspapers discuss it as  English papers pooh pooh the scheme,  being a  perfectly sound   proposition.  Le Petit Journal praises the plan,  declaring its chief merit, is its simplicity and unity, and points to the  success of the Roman. Saxon, Danish  nntl Norman invasions as proving the  feasibility of the project.  PEACE CONFERENCE  London, March 28.���������Arrangements  for the opening of the Peace Congress at the , Hngue on May the 1st  have been completed.  TO BE GIVEN AWAt  INDIANS   SQUABBLE  TOO  FOR   OFFICE  Cornwall, Ontario, March 28.���������The  Indians of St. Regis Island quarrelled  over the election of chiefs yesterday  and assaulted the police officers and  agents. A posse of men from the 43rd  batalllon at Ottawa have been sent  down   to  quell-the  disturbance.  Vancouver,' March 2S.���������J. . H. Sen-  kler, one of the Opposition delegates  to Ottawa, speaking in regard to the  banding over of the British naval  reserve island. to a Yankee saw mill  company says: "It is no use. The  government are determined to give up  this picturesque island for a song in  Ml'ite  of  hopeless  protest."  DAVVSONNIN   FLAMES   AGAIN  IT   IS   A  CANARD  Vancouver, March.28.���������Dawson City  has suffered from another fire. The  following places of business have been  burned out: Miller & Carroll; "Wright  &��������� Plueffer: B. P. Sander; Valley  Meat Market; Johnston, McGaules &  Burke; Sergeant & Pinska, and Mr.  London, March 28.���������Dr. Jameson, Carrol. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are bad-  leader of the Trtinsvaal raid, declares ly burned, the last mentioned not  there is no truth in the report that he being expected to live,  will contest the seat in the House of  Commons now occupied by Sir William  Vernon Harcourt. *  BROAD HINT TO KRUGER  .   London,  March' 27.���������The"     Johannes-  b' rg correspondent     of the      London  SHOCKING CRUELTY  Little Girl Horribly   Treated   by ..Half-  breed Foster Parents. '  Kingston,     March  25.���������A  thrilling  Times says: *������he petition to be given Blor>* of cruelty to a girl of six years  Queen Victoria, signed by 21,000 British !������:<1' named Nidds. comes from Sharbot  subjects ln the Transvaal, has been'1'ko- Tha SIrl ha<1 been adopted by  handed to the British agent at Pre- !,;,m~ half-breed Indians, who treated  t������rla, praying Her Majesty to secure her brutally. One night she was  a reform of 'abuses from which Ult- Punished by being placed outside the  landers are suffering, complaining that ,houso without gloves or mitts and  their position has become-intolerable. l*������-lth light foot covering. It was a  The Times in an editorial says: '.cold night and the child had both feet  "Will, Kruger contlnu-2      to  disregard  frozen.      No  doctor     was      consulted  Wieee warnings until too late?"  TACHTING DISASTER  although this occurred about a month  ae-rf. Her feet got worse until mortification set in. It Is feared both  feet will have to be amputated.  U. S.  WHIPPED   AGAIN  Troops Attend to Business With  Aguinaldo.  Vancouver,  March 27.���������Two families,  named Ford and Thames respectively,  who  started  In   their  yacht  a  month  ago from Alert     Bay on tho ,  Pacific  coast for Quallcum, B. C,  (three days 1  irlp)-^ne3-er;_turned^up,i.bu't_a^passIngA-_-  .__ _ __-_   __ -    ^__   ___     _.___  shlp picked up some wreckage of' Manila,' March 26.���������The United  what Is undoubtedly their yacht. Con- States forces have just won a sweeping  seqently, nine passengers, eight of victory over Aguinaldo's troops,  whotm were women, are now supposed The American loss Ib estimated at 100  'to be drowned. The father of one of Wed and wounded and the Filipinos  the families Don board "committed a������ lea������j: thre������.������r.four hu]}ai"ed wound  suicide     a little'while     ago, and the  present catastrophe     wipes     out the  whole  family establishment. ���������  A TOUCHING   INCIDENT  Tho Macleod Gazette records an af-  ft otlng occurrence, tha occasion of  which wan. the return from an eastern  visit of Mr. C. Gonge, a citizen of  Macleod.. A deputation was sent out  tj meet the home comer. They met  him. und in the smoking car of ths  Pullman, nn address decorated most  beautifully was with due solemnity  presented. The address was brief but  earnest.      It  was  the  following;  "Mr. C. Genge: \\V, the deputation,  appointed by the town council to meet  ed. Tha Filipinos offered determined resistance to the Americans,  but the latter carried all before them,  the result being disastrous to thc  rebels.  LIGHT BLUE AHEAD  For   the   First   Time    In   Ten   Years  Cambridge Wins  London, March 25.���������Cambridge won  tho groat intcr-unlverslty boat race  from Oxford today, thus breaking thc  hitter's long run of success, Oxford  having won for nine years in succession, Cambridge last won ln 1889.  Once before Oxford bad 9 years success from 1861 to 1868. This Is the  f.Xty-flfth year the race has been  re.wod. The record now stands \  Oxford   SI,   Cambridge  23.   dead   heats j  1. The following are the names and j  v.eights of the competing crews:  Cambridge  Bow.    "tv.  II.  Chapman,  3rd  Trln.,  154  pounds.  2. N. L. Calvert, Trln. H., IGO pounds.  3 C. J. Goldlo, 8rd Trln., 170 pounds.  4. J. E. Payne, Poterhsuse, 177 pounds.  .5   R. B. Etherlngton Smith, 1st Trltij,  180 pounds.  R.   R.    II.  Sanderson,    1st    Trln.,    178  pounds.  7.   W.   Dudley  Ward,    Srd    Trin.,    ITS  pounds.  Stroke.   L.  H.  Gibbons,    3rd Trin., 156  pounds.  Cox.   G.    A.    Lloyd,    Srd    Trin  ���������   pounds.  128  Oxford  Pitman,   Now  Coll,    150  Tomklnson,     Balliol.  165  Bow.   R. O.  pounds.  2.   C.    W.  pounds.  8.   A.  H. D. Steel, Balliol. 178 pounds.  ���������1.    H. J. Hale, Balliol, 177" pounds.  5    C.    E.   Johnstone,    New   Coll.    ISO  pounds,  ii.   F.   XV.   Warre,   Balliol,   179  pounds.  7     A. J. Herbert. Balliol, ITS pounds.  Stroke.    H.    G.    Gold,    Magdalen,    1G.  pounds.  Cox.   G.   F.  Maclagan,    Magdalen,  115  pounds.  Of the Cambridge eight, Goldic,  E hcrington Smith .and Ward are old  Light Blues, while of Oxford's eight,  Pitman, Warre, Herbert and Gold aro  old men, this being Gold's fourth year.  Eton contributes five men to the winners and six to the losers.  BRITISH-PUSH  Rhodes Railway In Africa Has Success  Assured.  London, March 25.���������Cecil Rhodes Is  in w combating with .-Sir Michael  Hicks Beach over the guarantee to be  given by the British government for  the Buluwayo-Tanganyika section: of  the Cape to Cairo railway now in  course of erection in Africa. South  African capitalists are. confident of  Rhodes' final success and* have purchased a townsite for the terminus at  .���������Tanganyika. A fleet of steamships  has been purchased" to run on* the  Iiike.-  TURNED  DOWN  A Good Grit Left Out by the Siftonians  Again  Ottawa, March 25.���������Richardson, ' M.  P., for Lisgar, was turned down, at  the Reform caucus yesterday, to  v. hlch he was not invited. At this  meeting Hewitt Bostock, M. P.| was  appointed government whip for tho  west ln Richardson's-place.  HOT STUFF  Nicholas Flood  Davin' Makes , it Warm  for the   Ministers.  Ottawa, March 25.���������On the continuation of the debate on the address yesterday. Nicholas .Flood Davin, M. P.,  made an eloquent speech of. five hours  duration on the mismanagement of  public affairs. Ha severely criticized  the Minister of the Interior, mention-  fd his organ, touched on the Teslin  contract and ridiculed the Chicago  Atlas affair. He was sarcastic on the  Sfbjoct of the boss-.of the cabinet and  the-good-democrat-whO'-had-^Fecelved  thc knightly accolade.  Revelstoke wil! Quintuple its  Present   Population  of 2000.  llevelstoke  lms  been   selected by  tha-  C  P.   li.   as the terminal point for Xorth  Kootenay und Okanagan. It must go  ahead. Thc judicious   business man  wil]. invest in  Revelstoke Real Estate^  while it can be got on the ground Moor. SSL  Ha ^a <S8_a ������h. H_a dfe  IMPERIAL _W  -���������OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,C���������0,CM  Reserve    ....   1,200,090  Directors:  H. S. Howland   President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St.CatiiarhMs)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland St_.>ne*r  Eliot. Rogers.  D, R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohee  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  South Edmonton. Nelson, B.  ONTARIO.  Hseei Niagara Falls   ISt. IhomM  Fergus        Port Colborne .Toronto  Galt Rat Portage      Welland  IngerRoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  Listowell   St, Catharines IHamilton  Montreal,. Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  K#  te-Down THIS List...  $700 will buy two fino business lots 7 anel 8, block 10, on first street. 50  feet by 100 feet.   Opposite .T. D. Sibbald's residence. Easy terms.  $2.0 cash will buy two nice lots, 50 by 100. nearly opposite Sampson's  house.   Lots 3 and 4, Block 11.  $330 will buy a lot 25x100, next the Front St Post Office.  $1000 will buy a block, 75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 in the centre of the business part of Mie  enzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two lots, 0 ami 7, block C, 50x100 opposite C. B. Htinie &  Co.'s ware house on Campbell Avenue.  $975 will buy a houso and loll), block 40, on Third Street. Five, rooms  bath room and pantry. $750 down and balance to pay on lot  . in 10 years at 8 per cent.   Tho lot ii** 50x100.  $3,500 will buv a block fronting on First Si. opposite the Imperial  Bank. Siz. 100x150x75. Corner Ut_.-_iiiHiigl~.t- Avenue and First  Sc. Tlio O. P. It. siding runs along oue 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 business houso.  NATURAL ..CAUSES  THE  BLUE  RIBBON  London, March 25.���������The ' Grand  National steeplechase was won ' by  Manifesto, Ford of Fync " second,  Eillman third.  ONLY TO ASK  Ottawa.  March  23.���������It  is  understood  that merely a formal     request would  you on your return, desire to express I ^lcitp-ltat0   thc   w,nnl>*B   election   at  seeing you          any time*  V. S. GIVING OBJECT LESSONS  Manila. March 28.���������The United  States Philippine commission proposes  to issue a proclamation immediately  after the insurgent government at  Malatos is dispersed, believing that  the most effective moment to secure  the allegiance of natives will be after  they have received an object lesson of  American power.  SUICIDE  FROZEN   PEDLER  our pleasure at     seeing you     return  home sober."  Mr. Genge took off his hat, and replied in feeling,    terms, his     remarks  being received with *such prolonged ,���������..,.. ,. , ���������, . .������������������,..,������������������  and enthusiastic cheering as to cause Wetaskiwin, March 21.-An Assjrlan  the whole staff df the train to gather EedIer' ,named1 ?*0' ,lsofle1?: ^as  on the spot. The announcement of k���������ehtjn yesterday from^ "0^m������es  "Macleod next station" put an end to        '  Lynching is So   Described by a Texas  Coroner's Jury.  Texarkana, Ark., March 25.���������Details  of the wholesale lynching reported  f-.-i m Little Kiver County, Arkansas,  sre slow ln coming-in.. Three more  dead negroes have been found ln Red  River bottoms, between .New Boston,  Ti xas, and Roelty Comfort, Arkansas.  Two of them, Joe King and Moses  Jones had been hanged or shot dead.  Tbe third body was naked when  frund. A Toxas justice of the peace  held an inquest today, und the verdict  rendered was that the mon "came to  their death from natural causes or  frozen death." This Is looked" upon  its a gruesome Joke.  DYMAMITE ALAIN  a scene of hearty good fellowship.  SHAKESPEARE RE-APPEARS  St. Mary's. Ontario, March 2S.���������Miss  Margaret Anderson, of this placo, has  cut her throat.     Her estate is valued  at $15,000.   ���������  What is Bald to bo the largest hog  evei raised was rccontly slaughtered  ln New Yorfc. Tho animal was a  Joreoy red boar two aud one half  years old, weighed alive 1609 lbs, and  dressing 1,336 lbs. It measured nino  feet from tip of nose to end of tall,  two and one half feet across tho  loin, two ana one halt feot across th������  " Jianis aud i&c fuct in girth.  "Has Shakespeare written anything  good lately?" asked the . man who  liked,to ' know about things. The  grave Dcbats. informs us that he has.  The little Hungarian town of Illye  was recently bedecked, tt appears,  with a poster setting forth that:  "By thc holy will of God, on the 20th  day of January,  A.  D.,  there will be !  east of Wetaskiwin, in a state of total  collapse, with both feet and legs  badly frozen. He had been wandering on the prairie nine days withoul  f;od. Nofield iB in a very weak  slate. There is no hope of saving his  feet.  NOT  FOR PUBLICATION  "Before taking one bottle of your  specific," read the patclnt medicine  n~an,'T felt gre&tly relieved; but 6ince  taking it���������"  But the rest of the letter "Was  Biven.  for  tho first time  'Romeo and   such  a  nature  that  he  threw   it  Julllct,' a     .ensational     tragedy     of - the waste basket.  world wldo renown.  In five acts, with  songs,      dances and      Bengal   flre, by  William     Shakespeare.     The     author  will  assist  at  the  performance.  School  Teacher at Canmore Injured by  an Explosion.  Canmore, March 25.���������One of the  scholars at the Ca*..more public school  took some dynamite caps to* sohool ln  his pocket yesterday. After school  the teacher was examining one of the  ci-ps when It exploded in her hand.  She had one finger ,torn off. and narrowly escaped losing her eye. One of  the boys who was standing near was  felled lo the ground with the shock  but on being picked up, however, he  was found to be unhurt.  Jf<i  Grogan & Oo. are handling some   of   the   finest  mining propositions in the  "������ Lardeau  ������v-?A  -���������a   jl__-wj.___.il_,    ju-d-j. \jixdoj\a. and  Fish Creek camps of North  Kdd tenay.    Full  paticu-  Istra obtained and funish- ^  ed about mining claims in ^  the District.  A big block of Carnes Creek Consolidated at ten cents.  These shares will be up to par yet.  Insuranc  Portage la'  Prairie  Prince Albert  V*acouyet  Winnipeg  Revelstoko  -WIRELETS  NOT UNENVIABLB  ilra. Gadabout:   That ilr. Hardhead  OfXt door do������3 not seem t������ have many  Tha   Territorial   Christian   Endsavor |Crien������bi.  convention takes  place at Mcnree Jaw J.  Koslese:   N������;   I   WOTHler  how      she  un the SOth a'lid Slsl i'riz'tanl. irja'n'a'g'e'd il.  In the Ontario Houso the bill to prohibit officials from taking part In the  el-Qtlons, introduced by Tuokor, M.  P. P., was defeated by 10.  The eGrman press is very bitter  against the United States over the  Simoon affair. The government has  decided not to remove the German  consul Herr Rose.  Kid McCoy obtained a decision over  C_>_.yn8ki . In their fight at San  rrsBCi&'o.  FIRE���������We aro agents for   tho Scottish   Union,   Queen,   Caledonian,  Atlas nnd Guardian.  ACCIDENT���������London Accident and  Guarantee.  PLATE GLASS-LIoyd's.  $ion\} to hoan  Wo cgent? fir-tha Ei'tifcable S.ivi , Loan aud  building Association. No membership fees. Xo necessity  to tako shares. No fines. Tho association offers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  off altogether after two j-ears.  $ GROGAN & CO  Address :   Revelstoke.  Office :   Herald Office.  Code:   Moreing    Neill.  A������2  This Bank Issues Speolal Receipt*  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts In ths  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bpacvb  WALL>1  , e.'.ilK, Tiii-'r:.ins." Miens,  Em-  bossi'il-Gilt.-', and boidere of  -illiliKcripliou*.  Tlie che-ipeoi anel beat Hock of  * WALL I'APEHS in the city.  Liberal   discounts  given   on -  all cash orders.  I   deal   onlv    iii    \V A L I.  1" A P E II S   and solicit an  inspection of my stock.  W.S. Bipney.  -WeK.E,NZIE JIVE.      J  Canadian  Pacific  Rail wav.  and Soo Line.  WORLDS PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  ..''     TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Quick Time,      Good Service, *  Fewest-Changes,=lLo\~78st-Rat8S-  Tickets  issued  -through   and  Baggage checked to destination.  -    DAILY TRAINS.  East. West.  8.25k. .Ive���������Revelstoke���������Ive. 10.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTENAY POINTS.  8.15k..Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..16.05k  For    information,   time    cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.   Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  J. fi. Hull  & Company  Butchers    and  Retail Dealers Is Beef. Pork, ote  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders la oar line prom  Oiled   - ii ..,  We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������nd Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and seo us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MIUS  Revebrtotca Station. B.C.  ^-"-i'^SJ-'ga^S^-r Looking  A roun  ��������� e ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  .? I.'-,- in have people call nntl "scour  > ���������* titer lookinc oround tlie oilier -.tore.1-  -1: -:..'-. ih.'in r.n i l^j ol the splvn.liil  ', :���������-���������- .v.* ar.1 ������.-������'rin_ i:i  P_.v:i and Fancy Dress Goods  Plain and Eancy Silks  T.-ur.:n:r.j;s of All Kinds  Uicc5 i:i Silks and Valenciennes  -  --���������*_��������� very fashionable this year and  ;i c-  hive  all  the  newest  styles and  !- '. *. ��������� ������������������ r.r,. only'l.oHiiiK the very latest  ������:t ,i i!i--pHri'.i.ein.'. s.*������ llint   -lr'ti  you  t... jou I'm  re-'. UM-urcd you lire btiy-  '-._: ���������...*.-: .-������ riel.:.  Our ?:iiii'.i..'ry Ope'iini.' was an immense sue-  f ������������������������ ami i.*.ea������e.1 everyone. The l-ircssniukini;  r!,'j.Arti:i. :it. nii.le.- tlie cilit-iont niainipemcnt  e : M:*-, A _:-:in, 1-kept busy all tliu time turn-  i-i;; oul uiHiiy r.atiy spring miuu.  We are always pleased to show you our goods  .' hether you buy or not.  GASH BAZAAR  W. MEI.Dl'.UM, MANAGER.  !-:o'.v?o:.* "slock,      -       Mckenzie ave.  Business Locals  ���������Wanted, at the Oti.h Bazaar, two  smart girls lo leiirn dressmaking.  ���������lleineniber the grand  concert anel  I linner In be given by the ljiulie.-' Ai.l  nf   lhe   Methodist   cliurcli  on   Master  Monday.  ��������� Ilirycles will soon be wanted.  Sliiiiild'ynii ivipiire a lir..l, class one  call and get prices ul' Ilm only (.lendrem  al the t.'-ish lla-.'.nar.  ���������CniMill, Piofrssr.r Harvey about  i hose- painful ryes, vision ri'sioi-i'el,  defect.- i-orri'cteeraiHl glassi-. Ill led lo  uny sight.  Do nut, fiugel the grand s'lfred  concert in ll"' Pri'sbyi.'i'inn church  iiiuU'r the auspice's eif thi. 1,,-ulU'.-' Aid  .Society on ilu- evening of April lillh.  ���������Consult Pi-ofc-sor H-irvey iibniit  tlinsi! Iiciiilai'lms, ili'/.v.ini'ss. April -lib  lo Slh. pains in lbe eyes, and all errors  of icfi'iii'linn, at. '.I. AiKenlii'iid's.  Glii*'M'_ lit ted to those reepiiring sueh  aid.  TK.  _S-"&-  \W\.'fi :  gW JT? M, 3D) M-C*  &���������������* $j,Y $������ a_, ^  r ".:.l *r>o handled l.y the Canada Drug  o. Tliey are a ilrsl class wheel,���������can  .-. d.Herein colors, and at reiiHiimble  Dj:iu. purehti-e before seeing  these  U.  Dun   Alton   takes  over the C. P,  boardiiig house at Field this Week.  J. E. Wood is putting a 30x21 ofl'ice  for t lie Smeller Townsite. Co. on their  vacant lot on First street behind the  it. C. I'liurcli.  C. 13. Shaw, the* newly elected cily  clerk, eiilertaiiieel I lie. mayor and council at an impromptu supper last niglit.  after tin* meet ing, which did not break  up till 11 o'clock.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  LIMITED.  "���������ii..?. :_. MCDONALD, Manager.  UcK*-..*_!!-;   AVE..   KEVELSTOKE "STATION.  COKING EVENTS  Apii: 2���������E ist-r Day.  Apiil 3���������East, r Dinner and Concert in  ihe MrtliodU" church.    C p.m.  Api-'l 4 -TIhvoIpilike Brass Band Oon-  i-"i 1. Opera House. The Dramatic  Oii'.lia:.   taMnir part.  Apri' "!> ��������� Concert in the Presbyterian  e-lmre-h.    7:?") p.m.  A mil 5. 8 and 7. -McPhee'.s Big Co. at  T.-ippinir's opera bouse.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   HEWS  Easts'"'  -tinner and   concert   in   the  Methodist church on Mondav evening.  Geo. B'*a\-!' lvturnetl on Wednesday  fi-oin a y _-ar'_ .-.'.joum in tbe coast  ckies.  XV. M. B:--i"*r, at.il IV. Orosbie returned from ihp'i' trip to Victoria on  1'riday uioi i;i:>-_i.  The voir-,-* r'' i'i" "nilv -princ frog i"~  Vipcinninc >" ''���������-' h"-'rd in the land  around the (,. p. U. station.  SCHOOL REPORT  The Standing   of  the   Various  Classes  lor the Month of Marcli  151 VISION I  V.   Class���������1st,     Muriel   Buck,   2nd,  Ernest Davis, llrcl. Eva Lang.  IV.  Class -l.-t,  Bessie* Lawson. 2nd,  Elvie Liifsvultl, Soil, Frances Paget.  III. Class-lst. A. Ilillier, 2nd,  Onto  Forrest, Hid, George Pettipiece.  DIVISION ti  TII   Class���������Pearl  Robinson,  Walley  Clark, Mary Kd wards.  II.   Class���������Annie   Hanson,    Robert  Caley, Nan Purple.  T. Class���������Benny Die-key, Ray Fraser,  Alice Fen-is-. George Longhead.  DIVISION 111���������SKCONU  I'lilMKK SH.  Willie Bain,  Carl Lawrence,  Annie  Palmer.  SECOND PIUMICR. JR.  Edith Cooke1, Nellie Robinson. Rosie  Match.  FIHST PRIMER  Jennie   Hyatt,    Willie     Kernaban,  Percy Coleman.  DIVISION III. ��������� B CLASS  Gertrude Dent, Lottie Ferris, S.-mdv  Me Rae.  A  CLASS  Myrtle Toombs,  Elsie Cook.   George  Campbell.  A Talk on Advertising  An exchange'   prints   lbe   following  poinled remarks on wrong advertising  ideas:  " A great ninny people  go   into   ad-  ve.rlising   wilh    wrong   ideas.      Some  think  that  ul!   that   is  necessary  to  produce re.-ults is tei   in.-i'rt,  an  adver-  tis-einent   in   a   paper   anil     l ben    .-.it  around and'  wail   lor tbe   shekels   to  come   in  to   I bein: others   think   lhat  iidvei tisiug  is  a species  of blackmail  levied by a newspaper   publisher,   ami  give    the     "nd''     solicitor     the  cold  Bourne Bi ns  av--opening Iheir now   shoulder with a**;   much   zeal  as   if  be  show rooms nji-.t,.ii- nn  Monday.    See j .vere unfortunate enmiub lo be a book  Ih'-'ir advei ti.-*i*iiii'nt on the front page. I agent.     There   are   others   who   say:  '���������'Oh.   yes.   advertising    iindouhlodiy  p-iys such   a  one   b.'cause   be   u.-e_-   a  space "  TIME FOR A MOVE.  Every effort possible should be made  by the people of Revelstoke to establish eoniniunieatioii with tho mouth  of Canoe river. At present the trail  from here norlh only runs as far as  Goldslie.ini, leaving a gap of forty  inile... This interval, as far as Tub  jlll'UALD can make out, presents no  obstacles to the easy ronslriiclioti of a.  trail, and it. is ncce.-iiiry to tbo prospects of lhis place that il. should be  built without further delay. With  lbe absurdly iiiad"cpin(e piovision of  $l.*i,(>lK! Hindi' I'or lhis riding it is going  lo be a hard mutter to apply any of  llii.- Mini for tin* purpose. There is,  however, a nioelest little item, blushing among the estimates, which appropriates an amount, of !j'2,0()0 I'or  another bridge! across Fish Creek.  This bridge, eoiinecis I hi* end of lbe  Fish Creek waggon road, when finished, with the townsite on the south  side marked on Cory Menhenick's map  in reel. In tbe opinion of most of the  miners and prospectors inlerestad on  that siele of Fish Creek this bridge is  not only unnecessary, but will entail  a positive* waste of money. Their interests, tbey say, would be best served  by clevoling this appropriation of $2,-  000 to widening and completing lbe  trail on the south side of Fish Cieek  from Thomson's Landing to Pool  Creek, which would give a shorter ami  easier means of access to Iheir claims,  and one which only in one place,about  10 feet wide, is in any danger from  slides. In this way tlio money for fixing up the waggon road on the north  side and ex lending it to meet the proposed bridge, an estimated amount of  from $2,000 to $3,000. wliich will have  to come out of the genera! appropriation, will be saved and might be applied on the trail from Coldstream to  Canoe River. This appears to Tin*:  IIerat.d lo present a feasible method  of pro vidi ngnt all even Is part of the nec-  essuy Sinn, and llipgovernniont might  perhaps be induced to make up llie  balance by order-in council. However.  Tins Herald only puis this idea forward as a possible way out of the difficulty. The trail has got. to be built  somehow, and if our local member and  tin* government can figure on any  olher method of raising the money to  builel it. this place will be quite content.  It is for the benefit of the whole  province', and not only fur the advantage of Revelstoke, tbat this Canoe  Rivet-dislrict should lie speedily opened up. lt, is described as a valley  second to none in British Columbia, of  wide extent, purl I v open meadows  and partly timber, and admirably adapted for cattle raising and agriculture. The climate resembles that of  the Ivimlnnps mid Okanng.-ui district,  being elrv anil yet warm. The snowfall it light, and lhe  grass   is  turning  TORE  'No llliihter, No Vu-s, .Ir.ai nuiiinosi, Tliat'H All.'  nn up1  p ins  'o>  ^m&M  Are dow to hand.  We have had extensive alterations made in  our premises, and can shew you an excellent  range of Dry Goods-, House Furnishings,  Mens' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Etc.  We invite inspection.  James Gill & Co*  Taylor Block. ... McKenzie Avenue.  ^-���������aL-'g-re-fr'J-M''.'"^  A Bargain.  One No. 0 Cook Stove, In Rood order, three  chairs and one small stand, can oe bought for  SIS oasli.   Applv " IT L." at "rAt.xi.ri ollieo.   Here is a Good Investment.  House and outbuildings and Lot 4, Block-14,  Mara townsite, Ior sale ul a grea.t saeriiice it  taken at onee. S~*> "-pent m improvements  would make it a properly Unit would rent for  at least *12 a month. Terms ss2o. iIoh n and the  purchiiser to assume loan ol JSoll, repayable lit  fo a uiiiiith. Now rented at ~1U a monlli, line  hi-'li and elrv lot, 511x100, in giir-cn last season  Citv water connections, etc. li stilil lit all must  be 'within 10 days. Apply ���������'L.l'.l'. IIi.hald  ollice. a"-B  Arr*oj-.liiig   tn   lh"  r!,_���������  oflii-ial ni������*:i-ure'-  niellt tiiirl.'.'ti feel of snow have- fallen  ill   Revel-lobe during the past winter.  Th** E ist'*r holiday** e*omm_ need on  l*i iilay and la-f. over Easier Monday.  Se-lni'il hpc'.iis at 0 o'clock a. in. on  Tue-d.'.v.  h������ C'liartorlv i  "ppfinsnf rbe Talent.  Sne iety of St Peter's church bus been  pn-i pemed until thc arrival nf C. E.  Pam':. which will b-> earlv in Mav.  X,  ��������� f.vtl  ILlvI or- l h ������_ lloilijbi r   mini n g _rp,  ".���������t'ke   Citv  rn.-r  at.   i rout.  was  i.:wn Thiir.-tl.iy. He anticipates a  goo 1 mit_:r.g season in the L.ude.iu  this year.  The work r.f eribbiiisr the* river bank  immediately ulomr Third street has  reiinni-m.-d. Mr. Gamble is making a  thorniiirh jc.li of th" work, and there  i-un he little dnuht lhat the ni.ttrns-  sincr will dr. >r- work, although it may  reri'iiie a lililf renewing and fixing in  place'; from time to time.  Rev. Mr. B.istiu. of Lytton, will be  hereby tin* Nn. 2 l'*moi row morning  tn tak*-- tbe s������rv'u-es in Si. Peter'-.  1 bete wiil 'ie a celebration of tin- Holy  E'/.charist, at S.30 a. mi., a.- -onu as be  i an s:>'t t'* Hi** church from the station.  There will   ���������>���������* ninrniM-.'   pi  ���������bl-.-Iri,    .-,'     11  1   7."'"> p.   in       I  large space.'' never liiink ing of the  other side of the case���������ibat if the  other fellow could ulT.ird to take ������  large space because it ninde money for  him. he himself could do tin' same  Hung with equal chance of siiciet,-*.  Tin* lirst trouble with iielvei.it.ers i>  that they do not set out upon the  work in tin* right way. Here are a  few pointers called from years of  experience: Take space on the same  ities.- .as   vou   take-   goods���������thn     best  t  XL*  And DINNER  Easter Monday, April 3rd  Methodist Church  Dinner 0 to S o'clock, Concert Irom 8:30.  ADMISSION   50  CENTS.  I HAVE ALL THE LATEST  SP5^ ^{f *T? S!  iiy Ki|.ling, Anllinnv Hope, H. Rider  li.il;gr.rd. (."jiiiier, Hall, (Jain, Sionkie-  wie't. cu-., ���������'uloo a new lot of Jiritisli  Colin:] bui  PHOTOGRAPHS  aSBT-ENGLl.-lI 'I OBAGG03.  t  ���������i^~U  it-if  Opposiie (;. P.R. Siatinn  green,   and   tiie   iinclei'lirtisli   building.  while down here we  are si ill   longing j ?>-}*<}erc  to   see   Ihe   interminable   blanket   of j i>1 tlij  snow  disappear.    A I.  the hc-.iel of the! 11^11(1  river are located th? valuable anil <.'>:-!  tensive   Tete   Jaune:   C'.ulie   mica   do- | ,_  posits, which   al.me would leteler the | TAPPING'S    OPERA    HOUiE  couutry   worth   opening   up.    Besides!    Ibis tbe sm face prospects indic-ite con-j ....TllCSday,   ApHl   4tll....  ifiderable" nih'eral   wealth of all kiiuL    in the* distiict.    Il   ir-  ultoae'her tiino|Tlie Band ),���������, !B(.urefi  lhe ai-nistance of the  that   these  natural l-esource.'*. lying ,-is | - nramatic Club, who are taking part in the  they do within so   short  a di-t-mce of I l*rn(?rainme.  the  C. P. IX., shoulel   no  iongo'' be al  lowed to remain idle. Ar.d Reveistnko  looks to it-1 lo".'!! member nnd the government, of which be  is  a supporter.  ADMISSION 50 CENTS.  place yon can iiiTord lor  wliat yT"~~nire"~Tl'~~t~ii"~*i~~>!~i'",~"1  led to believe you will receive iu  return. Fill the spaie taken willi  meaty adverti.in.g malli-i- -"stuff  with iife in il. Indulge little in per-  S'.uiillieb about your.-oif���������never mention a competitor. Tell what people  would ai-k about your goods���������tell it  'briefly. clearly, pointedly. Avrtid  mere talk for talk's sake, or "to fill up  with." as yon would avoid a. sheritT's  Pile���������space ii ton valuable a cotniiiod-  ily to be wasted in T.ch u. way. Keep  iieiverli-ing all the time���������buyeis do  not lake vacations."  tion  of openir.g them up to the world.  i" and a !  i.i. a:nl i  ( bun ll '  nr,.1   old ;  I   n.ti-ie '  : .1 -' ��������� \- .-.v er  .' t, -b .p.-  :-" , ('-int.  n-p -1 v ll,l-  ���������V M-.-i... k.  i'l-r ih it  all  sere.iiu    t *-i������  I'Vi'll-i!;1..'  a  u-:!l    be    lie  |.l������ii.on������ .1    I'li-ter   hvui    -  ii-ndi-ti'il by '.be clir.ii-.  It   .'���������'���������."iii-   tbit    lln- i   get! ing lb- Keioten iv I~ II  *.vill ifiii,.- t'\ an enel tome  lludir:!!.-   "i*   lite-   N-'l-nii  i  i-.-i eived a letter fimn H������v  >'.. P.. .-ay- th- Miner, -ta  all "int:c-:i:'i.: - hav.- lu-en ui._e_e  for tb"  -npplv .-.iui   di.-piltl. r.:',iln- i.c'ce.���������nry  i-.nifoi-ms and   kit. v.hic-li   may   arrive  ,-ii*y day r.uw.  W. H. Grave- ba- diafleel a verv  art!-lie- .it"*ign for I'm* se.il nf tb������* city  nf R"*.*'.*i.-:.*.!:������.. It tep!-.j--.*',it������: t he In id'_rc*  .-.tie.-- llie (.'ol.imbia. wilh a steaiuer  pa ��������� in^ itinb-r *.t. while a p i.���������- ni������.-r  p.is-. - ovi'i-liead. lu lhe foreground  hip .-!."..wn tb.' fa"!* of a tuiii.c'l. will.  >v.r'_. a������!.*l a giant tear-  l!i>. 1 itnk "pposilp. Below  t.< ���������-���������'":,-ilen- sine Dnliitate.*'  ,:!li- i" ih.iilit. Annind lbe  iii-'-r:p;i.in "Seal of llieCor-  ���������i" Hie- Citv of R'.'ve-I-loke."  Silver Nugget.  Toronto paper? report the departure  of .Mr. A. E- Mason, of lbe il.iiiiiniot)  Ciiii-olnl.iti-tl '.lining l.'.iinp.iii^, fnr  S: "ii.-Hi!. wliere be will pur an ���������������������������.-Ir.i  -t iti" H. Milk mi tl'.e SiK.-r Nllgg.'l.  .���������V niinp.-i'-iit. I'ligiie'er ii now in.,  i-b.irife uf tbe Silver -Viu-gel.   itii'l   will I I'-1  keep llie con.p illy p.i-leel in regard to | *ee'i>iifl c rn--imr at lliein  llu-    lll-Vl-lnnill.-ilt'    ni      tile     piop.'1-ly. ' Cn e_   i-   Incited   the A  I'lis-'iir    advic".   .-I.il"   lb it    tie-   mf,     , ���������  ,    .,  whi.-h lia-been t,.l:..,. ..ui e.ftl,.-Silver ,'a,,"')   ,h"''"  ''*  ''   ''���������"'  Xugtr.-l run- mer .4ll.~. |i"rlon.   K-i-n-rn   wbuh Ih-ie lm . been a  l.uyeis have, j- i- .-ai.l, iiii'e-teel iu tlii-.  uck nf late.  u CARHES CREEK CAMP.  A   Prospector's   Account   of  the    Prospects on Carnes and Laforme. Creeks.  To the* Elltor of The KEHAir..  De.i1'. Stii--A _ ynu have n*<ked for  infiirmalioii of the mineral belt, north  of Revelsloke. and i'iviving prn������p.'i t.-d  np Luforrne and Carnes Creeks, the  la-t, two seasons. I will try nnd lell  what I saw and found there. First.  I lind there is a mineial b"lt runnintr  north westeriv and -nulh .-i>l_ rly. and  the C.-irne- !'rp.-������!c eal- tl-.t-mtgh il in  two pi.ice-, and I believe il in I-e lhe  s.inii. l.-.'lge on which the U"*p1htv i-s  led. K,"e-ri:i.l. be! won lb" fii-������.l and  1 t rt-i. -inrr ..t ill., lnv.rl ..." f,,, ff.rti.f-  ^_^.^.1--1���������{.4-^-4-1���������1.4.4-+-1���������i--lr.4"l~J-+4"4-*-l"I-  ''.fq^&g^zfa^.+wi.W&i-irtWrirlrSr-  FAYETTE BUKER__ ������.  1  CAN  In^ur" your property against loss  l.v tire.  In-'ir������   vour  Life ��������� "A. cidetit   or  Ii.-atli."  Of'er veu a ehani'i* to nivvt a email  ur lilr^e amount of jour enrninirs  r.r r-iiplwl at a proiltable rate of  Intcr-iKtr  LOAN  YOU   MONEY .  rf-b)  Ce__T-r.i.lv H^'t f:.-.mr.i"u;.*������ ReoresGitcd.  cilli'tv MilCea/.le Avenue.  4.I..f..j..;..;..;..JI.^.-I..j.^..J.4.4.4.^.*4.-?-4.4������I"M-4'  LIKE BGUffF-MADE BREAD  The Ilread   inmlc   by   us   is   the   best   in  llevclsioke.     Our   patronage    is    sleadily  hioreasing.   e^i\e in 11 trial und become ono  of our euslomers the same as the rest of  theni.  ������SF- DAILY DELIVERY.  M'CAGUE tlROS.    -    Front St.  .3    . Louisville  Restaurant  ���������:-! oppo-.ite Coursicr's. '?:  ���������:���������;    Meals served  at.  allbouis, day   b  ';5 or Might. "     j  ���������:���������        Antoni 5;o2oci-.c',  Kropiietor.       j:  ���������| _^*r-a.3si*o*b*! :m::e:.a.XiS i  o  ���������4���������������  <_^  o  on  ������  0  B  H  M  0  B  (0  v\  H  >  (fi  Gents' Fu -nishing-s,!!  Boots and Shoes,k  Hats and Caps,!  Stationery,!  Tobaccos,  Cigars, Etc.,1  Fancy Articles,!  Patent Medicines, Etc.  ..Game Traps..  We have jusl. received a stock of Traps, Numbers 0 and 1. Send in your  orders at once as Ihey are going fast. Hunters aud Trappers arc  right up lo dale with our new Savage Rifle, 30-303; always a stock  ou. hand. A good heavy reliable revolver is not to be despised when  31r. Silver Tip is al close quarters. Wc will close out our present  stock at cost.  HARDWARE AND  TINSMITHING...  rV-SRk.  McCarty Block-  W. M. LAWRENCE,  i%  EDUCATIONAL  CARD  Pencil rtr:i .vintf. blnck inn] colored crayon.*,  oil nu'i.wstcr colnr r*n  rc.iivn*-, s-Uk, chinn", ete.  Two hours weekly:   $1 per month.  English (eveniny riii'b) (i hours 'weekly, ?3  per jnoiuli. Prur.i:!1, 2 hours weekly, ?. per  month.     Tiiitin,.2 huiir.H weekly,?! per month.  Si-ofi.il terms to fr.inilies.  address: Mi>s Hieclc, McKenzie Avemio,  opposite Taylor block.  _������< n*  4*  REAL ESTATE  MINING.  AND  INSURANCE  ���������    AG-EN5!  ���������rp  ��������� _!������  % Have 370U got %  Your Spring I  twori* 1^  PICTURE  FRAMES*  '..,. ������,ri..  : I'i  frnni  i.pi.ii  .'I'  ���������III'.  nd   '  di.n<*. .mil   lbe  ."Jl Cti to ij"IS fi." t  isf.ici.irv  to  llj  i.ur  lie:i.  ...-III.'lit  'voi-li  -S'l.vs   !.-f.e   inn  from  1.1. wli'i'h is vi'ty ������,il ��������� '  eniiip.itiy.   wlin   are  rn I'riirr..'  't-'-r: 3 T, _-'   Uii'171  ,. r,,e.. .iJ.mi;, tli'-i-i ���������������������������'.a! i;;.  H������f>ijrt--t) fi*i"t. tie ���������/ i.uvini',  !*���������-'. . i,.irz.'- *.Ti:.or,e, t,i f..-ar-'". ei.il  >::,���������' f.r^e .'l-,',it'"'-f.f a-r le-ndl'I li.'.  !'!--.i;'-.   <-'<rt*r*r   Kiiu   an'!    l-'rori  M. PETTIPIECE  If nol, now is the time to  make your selections; nml  leave your orders. The fit  and finish is eepial to any  in Canada, and'yonr money  is earned in your own city.  R.S.WILSON,  CITY TAILOR.  *r--i������f";"i:-T"i-H"r"i"i������?"i"i������i"T-S"i-*i"i"i"i"i-'?'+  now moving in supplies e,p I he* -nn'.v '  lo p'i-li develotiiner.t wirk I li'i ������>��������� .'-mi. i  Tiiir.l.   inking  1 lie*   b-dges   bei.- f  f..!- i  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING  I lowed   lbe  in  about    .--is-  miles    .-null!  two ii'-m 1--  in^ <!..<-. ii  i-^    the lll'l  'Veil! Ill-   -,  -.*al i- tb-,.  jior.il:>':! ���������  A        very     p!e,l.-,llit        fcsltllll*    of   I lie  Weil:.e-:el.iy evening prayer meeting  wr- Ihf jue-eiil.itinn nf a bf-iin'ifiil  i-liinn e-.ne-W lo Mr. -S. Sauiider.s, i-boir  1-siil-r of the _'Presbyterian c-linrc-b.  lvt*v. Mj. Menr.i.'.- in a few suitable  word- tijade I be pre;si-nlatif>n. to which  _**fr. Sau'nilet-B very nicely replied. The  uifl i*a- fio'in. tbe ineinbeis and ad-  li.-rc'iis fif the chiinli. who thoronjfhly  .ijiprt-rialed the bic;li standard to  v-t.-ei; the* music in the church' has so  l.itfly attained thronph the painstaking eifprts of their popular leader.  j easterly l-eynnd the  ujipn;' e-rn--.Mi<r ofj  ,,,..���������,,,, .,,,.,.. .,-...-   ,...-. , . ^   Cam*-". Creek.    There is a  I welv*  foot I  f)0>.   I    C".  hltf.OOK    [.IIP.    III'.ltAI.D     ,     , ,   ' .1 r r.i  leilpe  of  iron   ore.    Al-n  ,i   four   f"iit  1 lead   of  !/lap! lite   mi\.'d   with r j n.-i; * v.. |  c'arryin^  cold   and .-ilvrr.     Tiwr" .net  I nbout thirty   I'l.n'ins stukitl   in .-uewe��������� ,  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERKS. Prop.  *i������  !.otr������l \trriir,mt,'lfi  Ut! til'  tic.n K.--.'tin tlie '���������!  mc. ti'-y.  (i^.ite  l.v hit  BIRTHS  ANiiLl'.P'iN-Oi! H.i t 'l relay. March 2r.tb,  the ������ife of Morrid Anderson, uf a  snti, still born.  DEATHS  Allan���������At   the Oriental hotel. Revelstoke. -iulin Allan. aj?ed 10 years.  The fiineial of Hie bile .Tohn Allan  will take jilai-e Sunday aftei noon at 2  o'clock from the Presbytitrian church,  whote service will be held.  o _���������  nir  me! eliv-rri' L'^ht nnei l.^.l!  (n ev,-ri r'i'iio.  si.ui   aloni_r   liiis   lead, any   of them aujirouriy ������:r,-i-t  r^r !.'.Ih.;.;ii   li.#t'jl an.l _t.������tlon.  ������ood a sbnwititr a*"  can  be   seen  in  the Larcr .m.l in-ll i;,fhl������.l hhuii.!.. rey.ni.  Fr-.- l.u. n.-i.'-u fill trnliM.  E*av3LS j?oi?c:ei, **3- c.  T'T  Hack and Couqh  Your L.ife Away  ciieiizie  i^_..i_.,..iu������__������Miii^.,.R|i.,i>j-_*-l_,-._urr-m-������CT-i>-^^  __g_3  ritcBmaKer-  i-McKenzie^AvenueV--Revelstoke.-B.C.  C. P. R. Watch Inspector. Best Repair Work in the City.. A Fine  Stock of Watches, Clocks, Wedding Rings, Engagement Rings,  Jewellry, Silverware Etc.  BBBOnfriMllHI )���������!!_��������� II III I   I  I JStSCSOtJ  NOTICE  In  the   County   Court of Kootenay  Ilolele-n nt I'ort Steele..  No. 4fi nl 1898.  In tlio mntler of Eilnn ncinon ilcoenicil. nnel  in tlie nieiticr ot tlu' "Odleilnl Ailminlfitriitor's  Act," iliil.'il lulli ilny of Mnreli, lhtl'J, upon reail-  Iiir tlie; iifliilRvttKOf Waller Scutt, nml .lainoi If.  ArniHlro.'iK, It Is orileroil Hint "nines V.  Arnisiroiiit, OU'icinl .Mliiihilslrulcr fur the  Oor.iiiv iNairt I/I'trli'l t,t Kiiiitciiyy. slin.ll be  Ailinliilitrntor of nil nml slnt-'iilnr tlio |;e_eitl...  chnlii'N nnil crc'lils of IC.Iiin lieinnii i!i'i'ea"i'el.  And Him tlili order lie |.ii1.1|h1i.'iI ln tvvo  eniipe.-ulive wei'lely i.-.^ue������ of llie !li:i:,M.n, n  n<.w->i.iiper piitllsliee! lit KevcKtukc In llichali!  County.  2:!-_!7 (.-|;il.)      .1. A.I-'oniN.  A urriiVi DAMP  a mttm: coi,I)  A  LITTI.IO  rOI'Oli  A  IJICOKR COlfflll  A SOI* Kit THROAT  IN Tl MICH *���������>���������'������������������  ONvnii*: m;m;s  PNKC.MONf/i.  f-'KVMUS  CONSo.MI'TION  Tun:  tv.x V  T1IHV  AI.I.  UKO I.V  TENDERS  WANTED  Penleil Ten.Ic>ri will be reeeiveil l.y tlieuiHlcr-  slnneil up to the loth .Inv uf April next nt  noun fur ."inking inOxtxr, |iro������peet slinjt nu the  cilr-nniirv mine, llie e-nntpieh.r lo iirovlilc nil  mnterlnl, li.ol^, poiMlcr nnil j.rovl'.lons. Further pnrtii-iilur*. eun I.e olituineil l>y npplyiii^  either In person or letter to ine nt Hevel-Moke.  The lmvest or nny tumlcr not nor.eufnrlly  aeeepted.  Ker.'lstok'.', >Inre!i 7th, IfilW.  l!l_!f, .ItUIN- p. PIIlUALt).  Undertiikinp; and Embalmiiig ���������  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  LICENCE AUTHORISING AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL COMPANY    "  TO CARRY ON BUSINESS.  1 COMPASIKS ACT, 1R?7."  tommy.    And   l   believe when opened i  nfi llie-y   will  make-   as grind   mmes aw  ran lie found in llie Knntenay.    All we  need is to ������'���������!. "Tiinin;* men ivii.li capif al  lei eome and   see; what  we* have  here,  and   tliere is   no  doubt but we woulel I  soon see a stir iu Ibis new camp, which I  is about., thirty miles finm   Revelstoke j  and seven from the Columbia river.  I will fry and Kive any fui-Uifr information asked rf^VircliiiK tliis t'oniins;.  camp. -.1. McOAi_.r_.uM. .  jMareh 20. Revelsloke.  i  ner  BfclNS  i*OIt   ������������������ 0001.1 Kill PAY."-    Onlor now. <S  A.H.SMITH,BAKER. I  CHECK  IT   NOW      -  WITH   Dr. Mackenzie's English  Cougii Balsam  GEO. F. CURTIS  '���������THK DRUGGIST,"  Succciw'or to Hie MeD. A. W. Co,,  REVEI-STOKE STATION",'".-.-'���������  ���������l.'!..C.  Abbott Mines Company, Limited  Notice  TKNPERS will I"-' reeeivcil T������y the tinder-  Mmieil up to noon ..n Moiieliiy, April mill lKUiiJ  lor un o.>:lcnKinii iltirinir the coininii; Kuinmer  of the present tuniie! into tl.e Ahlmtt rlnlin,  ���������itiuiteil on lliilev e:ree!:. I.nr.ieiiii (lislri.'t.  The prcent tui'iuel is iWfeet Ioiik, mill this  -.vill hnve te !>c exteii'le'l until il croaseiits the  vein recpiiriiu'nn extension of al_.ni* nul) feet.  Thin extension mu.������t beG feelfl Ineliesln height  by ���������! feet in niilth nn<l, continued on the line  of the present tunnel.  Tenners must ctnte prices' per linenl fnot of  new tiinnol cxcavnteel, whieii price will cover  all expenses eonneeteil with innintninnnee of  present-tunnel while wort is in progress.  Contractor to furnish all tools, labor, plant,  etc., required.  Tht; lowest or any tender uot necessarily  accepted.  II. ABBOTT,  President Abbott Mines Co.. Limited,  Vancouver, B. C.'  Canada: j  Province of Jlnmsn Coi-cmhia. I  No. 128..  THIS IS TO CEIITIVY thnt* "Thc llritisli  Lion Gold Minim; aud Ili'vele.i.nie'nt. e*o_npni'.y  ot Outirio, Llmitcil," "Non-l*er*onnl Llnbif-  llv," is eiulliorizii'l nnd lieoii'-'eil to enrrv on  business within the I'rovinceof British e.'oluiii-  liln, nnd to enrry out or effeet nil or nny of the  i.bjei'in hereinnfter set forth to whir-li the  lesiislntive nutlioritv ol the Legislature of  llritisli Coltnn I.in extends.  Tlie liend ollii-e of llie Cotiipnny is sitnnte nt  e^wen Sound, I'rovine.' of Ontnrio. f^nnndn.  The ninouut of the enpltnl o( Ihe ejonipr.ny is  eighty t!iDii-.nnd dollars, divided into four  thousand slinres of twenty dollnr" cneh.  The C'ompnny U speeinljy limited under  section .V, of the ������ni.l Act.  The head office of the Company -In this  Province: is pituote nt Itev.'lsloKe, nnd John  7.1 nnnine Scott, Iiarrister-nt-I.nw, who������c nd-  (ircs is Itevelstoke aforesaid, is thc attorney  for the Compnnv.  The objects for which tlie Company have been  e-lnblishcd nre:���������  To carry on in all.their branches the operations of n miniiijr, milling, reduction and development Company.  Given under myhand nndseal of oflico at Victoria, I'rovince of r.ritlsh Columbia, this ninth  dny of February, one thousand eight hundred  anil ninety-nine.  IL.s.J ?.   *      S. Y. WOOTTON,  17���������4w        Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  ���������'-'���������'������������������'. For Sale or To Let.  Buildings in variety for sale or tolct.  20-58 LApply to II. Taitim?.

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