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NAIOJSPi'iBl^ 1893.
Price Ten Gents.
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Trout Oreek:.ValKij|W
Big Strike Near Trout Lake.
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Mr. Sanmel Walker, ^ ^pjttitofi
and a number of others ileffc
on
Friday last, intending to ^i|b||fejr
ranches down the j^erpdjj00sig.
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by the amount of|ferocerie6:aM
utensils that they loaded!; on
raft, one would think that;: :$|
tend to stay until .springyAtm,
be gone only a few weeta
THREE FORKS.
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A barber shop has;;l)gm^(ffl^_Miiii
town.   .c      ;:        "dd.p^'-
E. C. Carpenter is Itattdin,
ditioh to his house to MtlBe^Hil^ii
roomi
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shortly be opened.   :Sonli^Ki^ci:
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Andy Graham has: H
Carpenter's dining''vroojip
put ;ih a 1200 range, dbiiili
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of the dining room, andf_fl_"
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at all hours. He will rep,
bed-robms and cannotj|p|
rushing business.   '■''''''';$$$&
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| Mr. David McDonald, a veteran
prospector who has visited nearly
every mining camp on the continent
during his thirty years' experience,
and is thoronghly posted in regard to
every grade of ore, has recently
struck something: remarkable not a
great distance from Trout Lake, in
fact, We know of nothing better anywhere, and ids find is likely to make
that part of the country famous ere
long. Oh his first trip he made two
locations, the assays ranging from 82
ounces in silver to 2282, and over 50
per cent lead. On the second trip
he located one claim, the New York,
in the name of Mr. Almonre of the
Balfour Trading Co., the assay showing over 600 ounces, and another in
the name of Mr. Clymo, of the sampling worksy but we have not heard
of the result of the assay of that claim
though it will, no doubt be very high.
The ore resembles that found in the
Cceur d'Alenes v more than any yet
discovered and the ledges are large
'and^i^^eiiffei Some parties are
.alrem^!!a^B^]il^-e, for them.—Ex-
Transporta&Iou Outlook.
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ed; by that genial gentleman,  Gap-
tain Estabrooks is doing a good business. ■ •:■'■.'■'■■
and, J.
iers^ho hayWbeen*
^pnriver>7^rjved
Freight still continues to increase
at Revelstoke for Lower Kootenay
points and the latest news is that 33
carloads are side-tracked waiting
shipment down the river. The C.
& K. Co., trying hard to keep up
with the freight, but is bucking
against nature for the water is low
and if there should be a few frosty
nights, navigation on the Revelstoke end of the river cannot be done
by the large boats. The Illecillewaet is the only show and shipping
goods on this boat is as slow work as
her carrying capacity is small. It
is to be hoped that the road will be
finished to Green Slide at an early
date and from this point there is a
chance to keep the large boats running all winter.
Practical Miner.
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N. F. McNaught the purchaser of
the Alpha group was in town this
week,    He expresses himself as more I fl
than pleased with* hisi claims, as ?the a ^j' I i ?
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work don<3J c_tiite  recently "makes a
wo^e*Uy^?fin&;showing. ^ He 'ia^^M'!
anifeu^v'Vno^^what. t^L^^STlSsSSM^
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'rr|e^r;Mur4ngiI|he  summer.,  There'
^^l^llll^rl^ ^number  of whai
Should Coino to Kootenay.
M. Raphael Geo. S. Levy, of Paris,
is in Denver, Colo. M. Levy is in
Colorado for the purpose of studying
the silver question. He will visit
the various mines of this and other
producing states and territorities.
M. 'Levy is professor of Political Economy in the School of Sciences, Paris.
While here he will gather such facts
relating to the bearing of silver on
the political institutions of the world
as will enable him to deliver a
course of lectures upon the subject
before the School of Science. M.Levy will gather complete statistics
upon the sabject.
!^oung hoodlums"
^^ig^m^S^i^^^^^jb_i»t *3^B^ar9 and as they
couM TO^Iieji co^ when they saw it
:S^sfbi^^^:';-;did not go near the
?5|^e^v|fe8l&p^''<^urse did not get any
^gold^ "These men" he says, "who
came south and said there was no
gold in the country.: There is however and some good streaks will yet
be struck. During the summer some
bf the luckier miners made a good
thing, while others barely covered
expenses. The season is a short
one, and the men have to work hard
for what they get. A miner should
not go into the country if he is not
prepared to "rough it." Mr. Smith
and his companions brought down a
considerable amount of dust. —Times.
's"*iTfJ»,''_   &&X$ <     v   r
willthot s_n$ a poun^^ao^^^.^. -
fore the mines will be idle until
next spring arid he reports that every
mining man tai the Slocan looks at
the situation in the same li^ht.     '
A tent near the C. P. R depot at
North Bend caught fire last week.
Among those who went out to see
the blaze were two ladies named Kelly
and Austin. In th e tent were several
dynamite detonators, and when they
exploded the fragments struck both
the ladies injuring them severely,
Mrs. Austin perhaps fatally.
A Touch of Hlgli L,lfo.
The first wedding  in  the  Ferris
wheel was celebrated in the top car
to-day at   high noon—probably? the
highest  noon   wedding  on  record.
The  bride was  Miss  Lottie Zichler
and the groom James D. Hutchison,
son of J. B. Hutchison, both of )#au-
kegan, 111.    One   of   the   cars! was
chartered by the bridal party and' a~
considerable    crowd   assembled  as
they embarked,  cheering lustily for
the ■'. happy  pair.     When  the  car
reached its highest point the machinery was stooped and Rev. E. E. Hartley, pastor of the Waukegan Christian church, took out his prayerJbook
and  pronounced  the  words   which
made the two one.    The signal was
given and bride and groom started
on tljeir wedding tour to terra firma,
where they were given a royal reception by the crowd and were soon
lost on the Midway.
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LIFE IN NAKUSP.
Signs of a Mafia gang in town.
J. V. Perks has gone to Nelson and
will visit the great Kaslo before his
return.
On account of the hobos in town
we have two policemen, and they
are kept busy.
If you owe for your substription
please remit dnring the editors absence.
Curieys laugh is not heard any
more at the Bon Ton Restaurant he
intends to use it in New Denver.
Geo. A. Bigelow, of Nelson arrived
in town Saturday.
Buy your wood from Proper his
wood burns better and lasts longer
than any other.
A. B. H. Cochrane left for New
Denver this week.
Mr. A Reid passed through town a
few days ago on his way east where/
he intends to spend; the winter. Al.
bought one ticket going east, but it
is reported that he will buy two on
his return.
A very large express .business has-
been done at the express, office dur-
the last week.
The man who said he couldn't get
what he wanted in Nakusp hadn 't
been down to F. W. Jordan & Co.'s
store.. ':■■. d   ^''Vv'.V ■
Wm. Robinson of Reid & Robinson
fame is in town on return trip from
kelson, he has quiet recently- sold the
mineral claim that bears his name for
a consideration of .'$27,000.
Delong lias changed boarding
houses j^ou will now find him at the
Columbia House.
Mr. Vedor has recently arrived in
town with-his pack train. and is kept
busy with ingoing freight '
Mrs. P. MUnroe wif e of the saw mil ]
eugineer has arrived in town and
intends to. stay, as they have secured
the cottage of Cowan &.Cummings on
the corner of Bay and Edith ave.
Goods stored by T. Abriel, charges
moderate but must be paid in advance.
A. Risdale of the Half Way Hou§e
is town.
. Win. Hunter has spent a few days
in town buying a,nd forwarding goods
to the Slocan Mercantile Companys
store at New Denver where he reports
a stiring trade has set in, he secured
the contract of furnishing the Mc-
Naught Company with supplies. He
has gone to Colville with the intention
of sending a carload of potatoes to
New Denver via Nakusp.
Andy Cammings has now opened
out a first-class restaurant in the dining room of the Columbia House.
Meals 25 cents and upwards, look at
his bill fare and order what you
wish. Andy knows how to manage
the cuisine department, to eat at his
table,is to be convinced*
Look out for F. W. Jordan & Co.'s
new ad. next week.^
John Madden of Bonanza City is in
town.
Steam boats are making their head
quarters at Nakusp.
Common lumber is $13 a thousand
feet in Nakusp. In New Denver it
is $23.    ■' ■.: ■■■' ■■
The largest potatoes on exhibition
at the World's Fair were grown by
John Bangs in Fire Valley, about 35
miles from Nakusp.
James F. Wardner, known all over
the west has accepted a position as
superintendent of a inine in Africa.
It is to be hoped he will be a winner
in the Dark continent.
James McDonald, the well-known
furniture man was in town on Sunday- .■■ '[:\-'':'-x:''P-\'[P'P.Pp[[':p}
, Dan Dunn and his gang are working on Bay street, making that part
the sown look like a flower garden.
The work of this street will be continued to Grace ave.
Miss Aura Corning daughter of
Ed. Corning, Columbia House arrived
in ■■.■'town" last Saturday to visit her
parents, before going to "Victoria
to spend the winter.
Mr. 'Frank Jordan of Fire "Valley
who has been visitiug in town for a
few weeks, left for his ranch on
Thursday's boat. He says there are
about forty settlers there without the
trappers. The valley is a hunter's
naradise and abouhdsi ;'n caribou,
bear, goat and other game.
Mr. Teesdale, one of the proprietors
of the Newmarket hotel, New Denver
is in town, and will remain a few
days.' \.
The first snow of the season fell today to the depth: of two' inches.
Everyone seems to be enjoying the
beautiful.
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A six-room cottage and lot
for particulars apply to
A.  H.   WALLBRIDGE.
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COLUMBIA HOUSE
NAKUSP, B. G
Corning & McDonald, Prop.
The bar is stocked with the finest
brands of wines, liquors
and cigars.
Go to the Ledge Office
for Posters.
BONANZA CITY HOTEL.
SLOCAN   LAKE.       ,
Plenty of accommodations for travellers. Good beds and good meals.
Bar stocked with wines, liquors and
cigars.
John Madden, Prop.
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
NAKUSP
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D. A. McDoug-all
Proprietor.
Choice    location and   coin
mands a beautiful view
of the surrounding
country.
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The Bar is supplied with the
best brands of all kinds of
wines, liquors 'and cigars
The Dining Room is supplied
with all the delicacies of,
the season.
Charges Moderate.
A Call Solicited.
Slocan Ave.
•can-,
To fee. spent in grading: Streets.
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Buy now before  the raise in
Price.
G. H. WILLIAMS,
A choice list of Corn*
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KASLO, B. C
'Keeps  everything   in     his   line.
Orders by mail solicited. ■
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Lots For Sale.
Price List Feom.
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Resident Agent Nakusp
Land and Improvement
Company.
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Vol. h No. 6.
NAKUSP, B. CvNOVEMBER 9, 1893.
Price Ten.£ents.
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Trout Creek Valley.
ABRIEL
Mr. Samuel Walker, IL ££. Burton
and a number of others left heW on
Friday last, intending to go to ;t^ieir
ranches down the river. Judging
by the amount ofjgroceries and pjfcer
utensils that they loaded on ^-ieder
raft, one would think that then* in-
tend to stay until spring, the!'
he gone only a few weeks.
General Agent for
THREE FORKS.
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A barber shop has been opened in
town. " r
E. C. Carpenter is building^! addition to his house to be usedJ0s^barroom. ~ >*l E /,'
7"ty£ X       s
Several new business fa&ajgK.. will
shortly be opened. Some ^„|hem
are branehes of Kaslo finoaM^)"'''
Andy Graham has lefuseB^lC, C*
Carpenter's dining roqmMffi'will:
put in a $200 range, double§&y size,
ofthe dining room, and fiepj#^ealg
at all hours. He will re^biwin'the
bed-rooms and cannot. feiilJSp^do a
Big Strike Near Trout Lake.
aminer.
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RIM, ESTATE,
INSURANCE, i"
SPECIAL ATTENTION
GIVEN TO THE SALE
OF MINES.
W. 'toftfra'tt' is kept!. busy;1' cliaB_a£
the festive itpm and rotoding up tjfre
hew subs.    '   ''        ' U""    '• ":"   "]•
D. B. Bogle is engaged ini the. latw
business.     .; ,! a '   ,
Depot grounds were' located last
week. ''' ■      :
The steamer W. Hunter, commanded by that genial gentleman, Captain Estabrooks is doing a good business.
Mr. David McDonald, a veteran
prospector who has visited nearly
every mining camp on the continent
during his thirty years' experience,
and is thoroughly posted in regard to
every grade of ore, has recently
struck something remarkable not a
great distance from Trout Lake, in
fact, we know of nothing better anywhere, and his find is likely to make
that part of the country famous ere
long. On his first trip he made two
locations, the assays ranging from 82
ounces in silver to 2282, and over 50
per cent lead. On the second trip
he located one claim, the New York,
in the name of Mr. Almoure of the
Balfour Trading Co., the assay showing over 600 ounces, and another in
the name of Mr. Clymo, of the sampling works, but we have not heard
of the result of the assay of that claim
though it will, no doubt be very high.
The ore resembles that found in the
Coeur d'Alenes more than any yet
discovered and the ledges are large
and> well defined. Some parties are
already negotiating for them.—Ex-
Transportatiou Outlook.
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[d Smith,.'vCHa Greville   and J.
\- > JvS» *™"^ <S£££a$ -    * _. '    x , *
Mej^Ml^^lPiners^who have;beeu^
-™r__^i|9allpffiiakon- river, arrived
Freight still continues to increase
at Revelstoke for Lower Kootenay
points and the latest news is that 33
carloads are side-tracked waitiug
shipment down the river. The C.
& K. Co., trying hard to keep up
with the freight, but is bucking
against nature for the water is low
and if there should be a few frosty
nights, navigation on the Revelstoke end of the river cannot be done
by the large boats. The Illecillewaet is the only show and shipping
goods on this boat is as slow work as
her carrying capacity is small. It
is to be hoped that the road will be
finished to Green Slide at an early
date and from this point there is a
chance to keep the large boats running all winter.
>.    «
Practical Miner.
N. F. McNaught the purchaser of
the Alpha group was in town this
week, He exprejsesjiimseli: as more
than pleased'witty his, claims, as the ;
wo^k ; dotfe, cmite recently "makes a
wonderfully. *fiWi showing*. He is
¥anxib^r^\;khow^what da'tei^the
raiirQaaiWjdli.be.jKi»Jieadrofi SlocaU^. ,x
lake and as aniindUQement to have* ;
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Should Como to Kootenay.
M. Raphael Geo. S. Levy, of Paris,
is in Denver, Colo. M. Levy is in
Colorado for the purpose of studying
the silver question. He will visit
the various mines of this and other
producing states and territorities.
Mi 'Levy is professor of Political Economy in the School of Sciences, Paris.
While .here he will gather such facts
relating to the bearing of silver on
river ,| during- the summer. There
were,"]h6we,ver,arpDumbef of what
Mr. Smith calls ,(youngc hoodlums"
on the river this year, and as they
could not tell color when thev saw it
and besides did not go near the
mines, they of course did not get any
gold. - "These men" he says, "who
came south and said there was no
gold in the country. There ,is however and some good streaks will yet
be struck. During the summer some
of the luckier miners made a good
thing, while others barely covered
expenses. The season is a short
one, and the men haye to work hard
for what they get. A miner should
not go into the country if he is hot
prepared to "rough it." Mr. Smith
arid his companions brought down a
considerable amount of dust. —Times.
X'i
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fore the  min^s  will  be idle   until
next spring and he reports that every,
mining man in the Slocan looks at.
the situation in the same light.
A Touok of High l_lfe.
A tent near the C. P. R. depot at
North Bend caught   fire   last week.
 Among those who went  out  to  see
the political institutions of the world the blaze were two ladies named Kelly
and Austin. In the tent were several
dynamite detonators, and when they
exploded the fragments struck both
the ladies injuring them severely,
Mrs. Austin perhaps fatally.
as will enable him to deliver a
course of lectures upon the subject
before the School of Science. M.
Levy will gather complete statistics
upon the sabject.
The first wedding  in  the  Ferris
wheel was celebrated in the top car
to-day at  high noon—probably the
highest  noon   wedding  on   record.
The   bride was  Miss   Lottie ZichlerV
and'the groom Janies D. Hutcljison.
son of J. B? Hutchison, both of t^au-
kegan, 111.   One  of   the   cars? was
chartered by the bridal party and a'd
considerable    crowd   assembled  as
they embarked,   cheering lustily for
the   happy  pair.      When  the   car
reached its highest point the machinery was stooped and Rev. E. E. Hartley, pastor of the Waukegan Christian church, took out his'prayer-book
and   pronounced   the   words   which
made the two one.    Tlie. signal was
given and bride and groom started
on their wedding tour to terra firma,
where they were given a royal reception by the crowd and were soon
lost on the Midway.
I i
*» Ideas ef Bbzb&£
Amoo^ p^uiv fkmom eb^
who made inen dauce till they drop
ped or isa&e them eoniisit ofcber queer
antics, Cariy Bill was pmh&hiy the
most pie&ireauie- Acceding to the
stories told to .^.ygj^AfD., the San
Francisco Chronicle by K H. Cale, of
lodro, Curly Bill was a most amiable
and huiuoixnis ruffian, and could t^&ke
a joke as well as maka one iftifch ready
cheerfulness.
"A green sort of a chap walked into the saloon where, we. were all as
sembled,". said Mr.^ Gale. "This /was
in Tombstone^ yoa; t know, and n o
sooner did Curly Bill see him than
he thought he would have some fun-
Going up to thislong, lank, slab-sided
boy, Curly Bill said to him:
" 'You'll justf muse the gents hy
dancing.' "Before you could say
Jack .Robinson/that chap jumped
clear onto the bar, and, pulling out
£wo six-shooters, ^>oiiited them at
Curly Bill, saying: JTinjust lookiu'
tor you; now dane. by—
"Did Curly Bill dance? You bet
life he did, and ma;ny a- time has he
cold the story till the tears ran from
his eyes with laughter. It wasn't safe
to fool with Curly Bill. He . was a
peculiar kind of a chap, and if he
didn't take a liking to your face or
clothes he'<i as soon kill you as not.
One da y he went to a. Frenchman,
and gently tapping him with his si*-
shooter. observed:
'Look a-here, you go and stand on
vtl*aj_hi_l outside of town ali nighf§
^^-^T^-'tflna you there in'__*§'"'
ian   stood  there'all
flight, and when Curly Bill told  him
.he might go he left not only the hill,
but the town.
. The miners ■ down at Tombstone
had notion to which it was dangerous
to rua counter. They disliked the
Mromons, aud if a man was known
to belong to that sect ten chances to
one he would never leave the^cainp
alive. ' ';■
I remember a fellow coming into
a barroom and yelling that he was a.
Mormon and could wipe out anybody.
The bartender, a tender-hearted sort
of a chap, told him to be quiet. The
fellow bawled again. In a flash a
coil of rope was about his head and
he was being jerked to the celling.
The barkeeper rushed out.
/Gents,'said he, 'the man is drunk
and don't know what  he is saying
He ain't responsible. ■
The strain on the rope slackened
and the Mormon was dropped on the
floor, where he lay in a senseless
heap. His terrifcle escape had com
pletely sobered him. When he- came
to the barkeeper helped him to his
feet and hid him.
When the saloon was empty he gave
him this piece of good advice:'For
heaven's  sake  get out of here.   II
can't answer for JifeJ,^ These fellows
may be baekany moment and may
haye chan ged their minds. I don't
wa nfc you to be : hanged here^ so>ge|
up and git^ and while you are in
this camp Bever: say you are a
Mormon '■      y 'dd'-d'dd
v.>
N03TCE.
\raTICEgi8 hereby given that 30 day's after dale,
IA I intend applying to the Honorable the Chief
Gominissioncr of Lands and Works for a special
licence to cut and carry away timber from the
following tract of land. Commencing at a stake
planted on the .south shore of the Narrows between
Arrow Lake's, West Kootenay thence north 8$
chains, west 120 chains, south about 110* chains,
and thence following shore line to point ,of .coin,
mencement containing aboii£ one thousand" acre%
moreorless. '" ■■'A'' Ax77.
PETER GENELLE.
Nakusp, Oct. 18th 1893.;'
Selkirk Transportation Co
•A1.    A
''Runs stages^&ailyjhetween •,
KASLO AID THREE FOKES,
Stages leave eaeh point at 7,a., m..
Fare $3.50.
E. J. MATTHEWS; '
Manager.
!H CEHERAL RaERCHAHDiSF..
■'"X'-^X ^S-AsA '-fri '>  79:Ht',&yX&S.'Xy.y; _
All kinds   ofMiners supplies kept constantly in stock
Tile  Kootenay
hake   Saw   Mill
Lr, .-rv)    >::}'ry.i ■.,*■■,;,*; -,r-i
A a,\
<\ u
7Y r   < * v"
, Tlie proprietor has on hand
i '>     >'*-■»., r,
THR
EETOFLOGS
s
BEAE LAKE B. C.j/
Everything new about the house except the whisky and landlord
.   Every body gets a hearty -■
In lengths of from 12 to 50 feet.   Any kind
■!    of bill; stuffIcatfi be cut at short notice.
' i .A
! ,600,000 FT. E8U0H LME„. 500,006 FT. BBES8EB LUMBER
A^^hiiigtes, Laths, Mouldings, Turned Posts and
NEW DENVER;
Accommodations  for
A. K
Finest Bar in the Interior of
the Kootenay  country, x
Brightest and Newsiest
•'i;
er
Headquarters for Capitalists,
Speculators and. Miners.
& HENDERSON
Proprietors.
in the;
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nvsWteffi^-sa^^^^^ >.A
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rss:
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"I -w»;;'|ieut^g^oo^iieVpf;..a'£_eii- j
tnekv c^^^fi^^aiijS^t^ continued s
Colonel ^oW^CrOTdMv^d, of Ken *
tueky, ''Our^mmandwas in East Ten
THE HUMAN MOUTH*
f'i
Expression Gives a  V:
.    Its Possessor's CHilfl^ai^
• i ■___--■■,   • . _.-.t,s■,.--■« ,.     -  _.  i     "The nexMiqie, you areoi.it •__««,,, v»*
take aIfkKabbiit & Mbiilit^: it I* rfcd_ i ^ •'*r
X
severe,
the door. .A young woman, the most j than the ^^ ^v^_3tlf_a^ake_;
beautiful I had ever seen, it seemed ta :   -   - - - -    -
iiie. appeared aff^aw
me in.    She &r,
the only occtajfonts' of
men of*the family being in^the Confed- j woftmil   who sat   opposite  you to-ntebt.
orate army;,  We cnatted pleasantly for ; Slie ,vas beautifully dressed, but how vera
a rew minutes   when-my fair   hostess j   ^ the people who have to IiW with
arose  and said: # 'Colonel,  you;;rati,: j a j,^ f_r.every time the car gave a lurch tor
great risk in leaving youi^horse in sue). ; 60ine one rubbed.against her she scowled
aii exposed position; the Yankee pickets j in the faca of the poor un_ortUnate be
are ad about us.     I wdlgo anAputhimy ^ herasif he were .preaumailyArespon-
la t>;y baraA ... ^r-'Jfe^JP'iJl^'l^'S'^'' ^#^#^9^^ suffered, and
' WUe"^^ J^i™^^®ftS-'l'-MBbuiu^d^ihu^^afc that woman's
cold or tk©
adpired tHe
fce$t-;t^
_       and $r&B'
,.    .. .    r j ,    ,   , : crowded and jostled by everv passer, but
m^A   AluiimMout-ofdopM, she-led,my    8tm mHin^d that g_ntle e^ibrimn:^
borcft/l#;.tao back ot toe house, and X, , ^„Kfflll tftlflntllT^.   a ,5;^,:^;^
., atti^enSe^^purS;
ieei^l|^^m;
-11 .'j trodden on. but there is yoni*; chauW^be
rv^«;young,»na imprea-. truiy heroic;,beside8, if ybuMlo^rielf
the Hituation- was entranc-    fco4arinoved; and show it,-8o«Iik
*v-        ^-^ a|liver,J3^ nP0n j sure to observe it, and it m&bttl|iimf
the esrth. a gentle breeze-/was stirring, |    -■*• ■■.■.■-.■■■..,.■ ■    - ,»,-...-...i-.?-    , ^^^■isr?*
.■'■"y      JViiiety-Se.vctn Miles an JBCbiir. ;     •""
'This country can-now^y claim^toh^tv;^
ing- brokea-tbe reeor^ in.^r^lway speed.
A mjle. has been 'niade ijd _hirty-sevieii
j_^ak? azid:l^o'''iiil8s^fS k(ften1tym*&
A
B.e>
BPMZA^
p^mls t© a flife^d oif:: aba^tinin^y^eveni
•|4i5e3 an hour arid leaves a, very sinall
niargin beyond which to attain th^ ■'-iM'
i4il^'^njL_s_«^ s_^d,*_riwic>i. b^^ej__j^
t|tere was no piT.paratibh^inade for the
ttefet. and tbat 'a m6r_" unfavorable time
cfould nop  have   been   chosen, as the
iid^ j';_>oifxe.d.,; iii:.^
SLOGAN: /LAKE.
•v Heiity of accon^niMajaons for^?av*v
ellol^jvPGdofh; beds: ind. >gQQd meals.
BaK^stoeked;^^ syines^/ljqupjjs anoV;
Cigars,
!i~\.i .. Crii.
iA
        ' ' vAAU/i.^/,
f-i J'* >^
.■■■j*ys<.,i■■■
demand xiite.wiiter:hol(^;:{^
:'i:i-!).d;.j.ret awayAiri 'soon as possible
;I could; not
:«odv<b]e, and
inc.:!    Tiie iiiboi
unity.    Tile rain ■ wBt the rapils-and
[be lubiicatting.gaalities of water acted
greatly reduce the yollihg;.-friction . of,
|h^J5vh«fiis.up.on them.   The .■reduction
'" f this fnctio'n was tbesaintras an addi-
•  - •»•   -■     •> ■•    - ■- -^Q.
  ..  .  .      , *es_.
Conditions suggest to tlie Coiirier-Jour-
"nalsomeviUQij.ghtisconcerning this .form
• i?hi3 hotel is five' iniles 'from "Watsoii'
A ) ■ ■ ■ r    ■■' - •         ..■■:' .   ..■'   ' .'■   '   v ■  ■' -. '■ ■'     '•• ^   :.   v
,! and lias eood accommodations; rof] ;
:[.'man and }>east.   The |bargoods ftre;';
';! excellent and^ the;taMefirstxilas^
•tx":
>OOI1
Xnd X1i«7Xom^ and    loo^8°^?!:y:)'^or S^M^^^S^sS^'f
! foretell how^boiz rth^-m^frg® <vSpeed of
j steamy .travel will- be permanently in-
,; ymsMf: ^^W^sh^M !•*&&& •>_££_ease.
st    be^^considered as ; vitai j.to,; the:
istip^|^:i^sue, and ■: in this ^aldulation
jrap^ra^'^'-^hicb^^ train resi^t-
ia^iceiiw^eaSeiai jwith iiicreased speed -will
ribow that .resistabce -^at
i6t !so great ;af hasbeen
_      )sed. The$g-ures h^hertpJ      ...	
|[UQte<|ja^!||iat oir a leve^ackv,at forty  ^■■/•J;;';':{iV;'v:'!-p:; d->
_tiiles;'^Ahou4 the '•'resistandfe'ls".. -'abau't ■ M;'"~~7 j7'; .',■■■ huh   - as a,      a ,
M up ;BMMdM '$$$:!
23;
•i'   ;,,.. a7'a ■ ■xA:■,■■'■■■•■ \ '•;.•■•• ■.■••v-./.^-v^:.-(-;^^r.
iVccommcdatioriS' foi:, travellers.: :Goq<$~
I 'Stables:r-;:■ The bar is stocked wit|i
;  choice ^liquors' 'and' cigars. , Pacl^,
train•■ In connection with^he lioiise.;
Goods  taken -to :/anyrApa^t '-'ofy ^
^••:inucrttMns,;:A^ aaa 'dy  ;■■  , ...pdd-'d-xx
Alt" :if#^i!j:r;v .      ■■.:■:""■ :. ■■ •.■■:.■■'■  ../.
liSllfelIMIT%AJQ^,'.BA C.
'r-
;^?^^^i],^#|a-pan
people each year
unnece
they
sponsviaift t
;^ef ore^pne-of :'^hjes_:'. iifctfe:-\nai^^Ym^ib^:
I'^etwiaeh^tbe'SeaiB^oniean
"ideliberately^Bu^vey' himself frohi hse^M'i.
tootd'  s      s7,xy:''p-7;7.ysy      ydd'yxXQ
If such deaths are4^^^^^^m^^ *\WW :J*id°!^S^^
'         "     ' idians say thac the
lie ^hus, in a torpid
uiiliirM^a-chA    ,aa  .a v-^v.■ . ■■   ■■    «■  *      ■«■■ ■
, ,,. ......yv, ,.-:■„. .«*,,    •.(f'Thg^un^'fellowalhad called to
^k_i
|iS'%8u;   have    ^lohby   aivl
raph En-
making
with: a j''
Ar-^aBit 'to   uk
to.
' then I realized that while I had seen n
<>xW.
'I*
Monied
f h. p
jthe school," and were taken from rood, to
] room by a young lady escort. -
"The  other; day," said a man, "when>Jy'■
n saw a wom^nfilip.on ajban^na skin I i'onB|i|
r1isPfl«P    or   r*v   of    Fhi    tt-m VnA^n : ^i'"" "" "I*',";'." """••';,•"-" 7"h"-:-to^'iP9 Hhat for some reason it'surprieed me,   and'
aisease, . oi   ,/,;.ty   or   ,.ii_   • v, _;.i-irxown ,.f,:_0TOi7.; At the month,  of the Congo they'   -      - --   -
poisons    wnscll.axe    as^    deadly:   as .! fouada re,narka.blo state of affairs,  their
arsenic wouid excite suci^ norror .that : ,napK. and   80undingB, showing   that that
the civfcea worM wouMTmg with-.tne ; riTer'H mouth, is an extraordinary marina
tentiona'l
diseas
they
the
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^
4.
^ fesf jC^ Y
.. ,- ■_    .„      ,  -       , . y     ■'■ • ■'OrtJi^'cv's'inci'iidible depths were -traced f6r
the neglect .will no longer be uu_onstdo\u^-1 «..,^ >--- un\ _:i—-* -* -- ■    . • ;
or unintentional.    The happy,', prosy.ik*-' j      •'**'' '■ ""* ~ ~—'■ "        '  '
oua and healthy numbers <>f society will |
be compelled to know (Ire f.-vcis. to know.-j
A Piece of Xiterary News.
8 '/
The Critic announces an interesting
f literary news nothing less than
"i:"~- by D6'ffdf'Mea<ir;^ Co; of
.-. tW Miilus'cripfc of::' "The'
,    .        ±.      ,       .,   . . , Poemaof TwoBrotbM_;M-the-fi_»t pub-
the intentional proauction ot. disease and ! u^^l volume of Lord Tennyson and his
the intentional neglect   of that which ! brother Charles.    Four thousand dollalrs;!
 "J""" J      ' 3 paid for this coveted map.ii-
' oever buys it now wj.ll
pay more than that, for the p/68-
! ei;t owners bought it to sell at a profi tl   I
Cause and ICffeet.
Tom.—It - was :: trouble
Lushley to drink.
Jerry.—Yes;   but   the   trouble   was
Whiskey
^•■MODERN VALENTINE.
'I've written it,,love with a stiff steel pen;     ;
.   For the geese, ^'understand, . • •
Are so learned. nov,% that their quills, Iti'ow,
''M^VJSjttj^l^ th^jirjCjWp;. de-mand. . , .
I've secured, it, love, bv the aid of glue,
Inste>^./>^astE*Kd)o^Uair;y,        •, ■•:.'••    -
Which I cannot oiftain,' tor I see, with pain,
I have 'really none to.apart.;,
I send:it to you by t,be postman, love;
••;t t V"" '• V   A VT^
NAiftj#; b.c;
+iA.h. i*. ..■':,• tf*
■-■ <-/.'fr>Hi*i'«g>>.'*'' -t'.,n u
0
A:i ier October 20thflic
'   For Oupid, 1 ;r.ri«-:v_ tv> hoar,
JsJtii'waid Oi.ttie et>Va, a-nd has i;i:own so.old   ■ .,x,      , .,^-,-r a .;.**,r j*  .i,1»      : •;';[.lyrn
But,.the.{tneBsagQ is over,the. -'.ame. my; love,  r l I
c'WMMtIie sta^s th(vA'-fcMtk>lTimx<     ,'    .:T
•Though to me and to you it may Seem quita
new,        • """• '"*'
+>, -♦   /»     • ■■  ■ don'fr-eupp^se th^t they will have it long,  .  ITis the old, old *u>vy still.
mat   arove  -f^'i-hs more ^collector has to pay-jfof rv^<^|^^-Mt^>^f^fttP^^^^^v ^
^r.Ki«   rrr       fchis sort of thing the more he wants f ite lfl-^ '** M- '" • ?':' -^-^r^ j & * 1' !}->^ ^.[ >/ i     ..7
IT./rl -«rtT»  T--'nir
A v
rf>.TIi,yy/ihto ^Vq. ^yi^;dai{y. ^n}M'L:Lv ,.c^;\udrd. l»t-
i:\vix-n '.\ki:v\ .Denver and the h'.^ad pif tli'e l^i'kt-''.
Leave? JJew I e ivisi'kif "ihiiinhnul 1 j..'ib*
• • 'V("lk&vfo'{Atw-'l'0f-':^ ''-.p. U\.
....-Ajjeayes^ew. Denver.daily, at l(.>.a..m. for.s>ihen^n.
.^'T'->
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W. C. McKinnon. Sec'y.
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NAKUSP i;E_]XIE
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Published every Thursdayi
R. . T. rli-O^-ER^Y/'-jKiJITOIi', AND
' .FIXAJfClER.       '
V     A   SUHSv^R^PriO?. KATES:   • ■
j.'NK YVAH ....
$\X. W-lK'n!""''... .
r'filttvK. A.: 'i ma
.'It
ivA-UAn;.;' :';«^ iVrnkhed on t'A'-Jiv'tfou A,
A despatch from Sydney, N. S. WTl
announces the resignation of; ■ ^ir
ThosMellwraith, premier of Queens-
"larid; oji .account of ill-health, and
that he wilireturnto Ca-nada at an
eaicljA: date, i .reinairiing-  here  for- a;
~4~~., fchiie .prior, to .his departure for Eng-
[t'''[. Jaad.    It is stated, that Sir .Thomas is
"'"'!'w a native .^f New Brunswick, whuch
province, he left-..-hi .1364; for the land'
of the  Southern  Cross.   Tbe  mari;
time pnoviiiees have been prolific yin;
che prejductiou of titled.. politicians,!
A.A
:■■■;•.    ',':\i,<'v;X:Xiv:;)!;?.''iK.s. .
... V>\.;'. n-.-i:;»,;:i{.'.iiti;:«.i 5: »>».<[ c-\ crvi;;.>.r(. o' !.!;;- K.on>.r:ji:iv;.j .
!>i,tr:et 'and wcxx-'X^* x^ Hv« took*, as at present .there : ^re. living- ,§ir
mwxy* m-mxx-.   wriw/va hhm-m^yrt 1.;'.e -Charles ■ Tapper,   Bart.,. Sir Charles
,.}>svj>er' if you xs'i-'r.. -A'. !v.".-,v;v rurul^xsivAArt; A   ":    " !    " ' '''"    ' ''     ■'"•■'"  '   ;
;no-n-jlter J.iO"vv {-rrirk:'.   AX/6s.v vo;-y as vA >.'•■<•.• jC
s [i t. a'nd^v<vv-"i.n <:A "A? rye       :.'
T
Bibber t Tupper. his, son ;\ .Sir;Leonard
_j-T<Uey, Sir John Thoinpson. and. nqw
~Px\we. have to add, Sir 'Thoif,Ai^M°p^
:sihDXYA:hXddXA.mXl X\   3^;i^ I ^ x-^i/Ifclii. a Xi^ ^r^li> x^o^tr^^r, /^xi^l3- s^c#
^™ j tioh of theDominion, it would seem|
:*sty -i-.-'i A*ja A/;: ■"■. X
WATSQN, B. C.
1
This hotel adjoins the Post Gffice'and
has   eveiything  to  accommodate
the public.
"V
..': <<;;.-,'
-•s;..-1.
MARK ARE&AKT.
vK- '■ ,■'      V >    A- ,-• A. A, ■
■A AX1'
This hotel is situated near the
1fiftll!?llFI :-"0''' ^nn^Fffl'lT water front and has every accomino-
J tiBUlfiJJlit? .-fit' mt!i?i:M1fLI   dation for tbe travelling public.
......     ■-, -■ ,-   -    >& pubU'
■,.,.._J.      i'..i>:
■•>£'■
:A   'AV;
//--'
rririii:___ 6,A.i^r>;
■;: ,,  a**/*#;?#•■ '#_-r^ r,"y.-s   a a. ■.. "f:
Taking- effect .September 1st, 1893-J
I
Pi.'"B, H. <3oc_2Fa^e
BEVELSTOKE, .NORTSIPIIT R0UTE1 ^|A«
A :tX'XV;. .'^aa' i a> >^-.Aa .<   ;.:': ■,,.' As- ■ ■;■;   .;„ %].|K J'7 | >■ .-■'_
I -be -'wa^'oii rojid' leading. i4„o New j isia advancejo^ aU,Vot^r^:due.!:-per-
;Denver from TbVee: Forl?:s; ia; neanngl'bapoto.a.fish; diet/,;- '--^ A:\^^,,Af;-^ ;l v
Melbotirii^ to
say^.^h^-asigi;
j ofithe^
is clone it :win   be 'or.iri(^(ciaaWe|fcrtten^A.^
bi
di
■d ■Teiiders'foi- the cJeaniir bf'•tberi<"btl' ^e PurP°se of advantoin^; trade fand
of way % the. Kaslo ^;^l^^:j^#^ ' ;coihtn^»;ions:A^^et^n;
:wereto;Jmye been,opened:last Sa^^^
day.'   ;Most of the Itaalp peoge "t^mk:  :; :Oauadia£epal.ol(:nbw-.retailing;;■ i^.;
itheCompany are snaking a hhM.to, most:of the country' placee in;Oiitarif?
hold their charter,; arid kee;p: otxierjand Quebec,atvi0,atid;-15 ■':6^nti:,>--per:
i
•^^ :;:v^.':;i5TEAMS3B POLO
'■v^v-:Vn%^^^.^bmG!-80uTii.^      ..,'■■■'       "•.?;
L^re^ Revelstoke,, ,.;■.  ■ '■'.'■■'■,■-■:;;; "'■
Vri:i..' i vv,j.'..:::,.-i ;■.■,;'• Mondays.and Tliursdays, .r> a..«i.
Ainyeft ;at Kobpon; '■   : ;'
^'■■■v^'vP ;Sv^"Moii{iay8 ancLThur:-da,y^, « p.;hi.
a'te'd':^r
?eiie»t to . mtoor:;- towii^, especially | aR:prenners,^^hferen^:^s^. d^P-Z 'T&S&^XFud^xx^.
J2_^-d^V5s6^V;::-\\^-;-   :Htobe;;iield^h6rtiyA^
/•^
weKeraj
si
..v.TotKfe out. •.:  Time will, tell, buti;;it.;ife
: Vcfei'tam 'that this "Is a poor tMe, pf;th|
. year'to ■commence1'- a }hoiinta'th'-:;.rail-
■ 'A' v - «■ ■■/•'' i': ■      ."'■'■■-'       '~ 1'":d '     ,-''.' '"'■:..*'■.'  - J"
'. ■ ■ ■ ■ 'i •■ way,!; even if eyeryibing':wasivoh': the
Imperial gallon^ ^; This:. was ■ partly
caused!;dby. the "'Canadian Te'tlnefs
establishihg ag^cies
tillers v;cha.rMi^^-exorbtta!^
■t.;*;!.''..vv!.- :^;^^^i'.'--^;vi
|[m6uTited"*to\'S^
est record; in;its;;history. -'.The population of Canada.in,.'l892; ampunted,:iet
us say, to 4,9&), 90p (in ■: 1S91 it : was
4,823,34i) so that trade ainounted to
nearly $50 a .head." In 1873,: however
- *s ■    ■.    a    >" ' '■•.■*■ a ■ '    ■
under a revenue tariff, Avith a population of 3,800, oOD, our total foreign
trade was .;'@217,801,203; or over   156
a bead. -Xy : '■''■■ ■       : :d '•    .'"■ ■"'.''
Kr'tUe^editSE^IMiiiiffi
■Ay-yAyy:iXysAyA<Ms®A-.
Wh.Ap aper tSfe^onsid&i^
__ _ ■■-•■ ;-'::-jiv, -AV^vA, ',:J.„'-Av;rMA?-1A*,^
.   able trutiK     'tie talks ;aboM:CJCitiOs,s
what-thevsay'and also about various
..': advertising' matter.";It   is  a.  weil-
,.known.'fact'.that ■ every paper has its
critics and some" of the same gossipers
if asked once a week: for a local item
to confcribnte   towards   the  colnnins
they colildn't-give one, but if an.item
is overlooke'dand those sain e sn^arties
•happen-to know-about   it' then tliey
: Avi 11 harp away, but inmost of cases
these men are ofnarro'w-minded .make
■■..  up and business'nien pay iio attentipn:
o such bubble.    Men who do not ad-
; vertise are not business nien, not because it is. advocated  by the news-
". papers. •'■ For..■■instance   look   at .tbei
firm of Ayer's   the   patent medicine
: vendors'who admit tl'ioniselves that
an   extra   amount of  business'-was
brought   about'  by advertising, tills
fij'ni spends annually a quarter of a.
million dollars.    If  tbe sheriff sale
was not advertised that took place at
Revelstoke station there-is no need to
woiiclerwhythe sale was not attended     The above reward will be paid to
If a  paper'is not patronized it cant anyone coral ling 9 head of cattle lost
flourish, and -what is a town Avitbout  ^ me this sunmierin the Nakusp-
' a..  ,      ,  . ■     Slocan Pass, said cattle to be coralied
a paper, managers or editors of pap-4at- -Nakusp or the bead of the lake, or
■x
'.' Tuesdays j.^id "Fridays.' 10 a; m.
:- GOING - KO^TH. .;,:  .,
i%i*ydd§
<MJ'M..»    7:X
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ft... .^ fCAidim.
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Arriving ■ at Rcivolstpkej' . ■ Aaa ;'
.. A:'^fe^nA'^;^.nesdays^airtd Saturdays, 4 p.-xn;
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KASLO, B;C.    ;     [ [a
Graduate of Trinity University, Toronto,    Member of college Physi-; ^
cians and Surgeons..
. . STEAMBB,.ISTEIJS«F
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Leaves Nelson Sundays 3 p. ra.
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Is open night and day;&u/aApplies
..•^j ,AAmyi;,i^ntKasiotp. m. |its pati'ons' with eyerytluug: in•. tbe
mdays.3 p/mA \-xx-  \market.   Cal.l,.-.in-Ad        '-Ad^xP. /. ,
.Monday
■.- •■;':,'   ;" Arriving" at Kaslo 7 p.''nv"S
Wednesdays'9 a.m'.' ^
. ■ Arrivini!- at Knsio i d.An. f
Thursdays 3 p. m. *
. .■■.Arriviiiir at Knslo 7 p. m
Saturday's ,9 a. m.
■ ■■.' '■ '   •• Arriv' •
.. Aafflo 1 ]>. iVi. I
INWA7W
ers are no more angel-like than their
devils; therefore they cant exist on
angels food. To get up a good breezy
newspaper, locally it must not be
criticised but helped and patronized.
$10 will be paid fox* each head,->so
coralied or same reward will be paid
to anyone who will kill and deliver
same at either of said points.
Hans Madson.
NewDenver.
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iT)sis hotel is tho' beist in  town, and;
_  T, , ir. _  . .ft . .    . I.   ha.s ample accommodation ibr tra v -
Leaves Kaslo Mondays 9 a. »a A'' • i     ■■■»-''      " m-
,'■'. '.,'. , v;,.    .,,;- ...ArnvifigatNei^ni .n,.m:     ^Uers.    a he  bar  is ■-suppliea 'with
.,"       u   Tm&days 9 a. m.      . \    wines, liquorsand cigars.;
■Arriving at • Nol-'fuV 1 p. .in: \ .
" ''    -Thursday's 9 a. in.
■ '•' Arriving af Nelson 1 p. m.
"        ■.-"    Fridays 9 a. in.
LOUTS .'LEYESCUirf."
.Arriving at Nelson 1 p. in.
Saturdays at 3 p. m. ;
, Arrivine- at Nel.uon 7 «>:! m.
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McLEMAN -■&
.    P.ROPRJETOHS:
"ov \r
Pas«iiigi:r.> from .Kiu-lo  fur  S-K.'kaise  and   all
points south, should take the "Nd:"oiuv luaviug |
Kaslo-at ii a. m.', on ..Mondays■. and Thurpd^ys, j
maldng elo.se connections .through.- ■,''■']''
Thi^ fittvanior land.* at Baiiour,.Pilot U:iy, and   rirst   ClaS?   aCCOinmodaiLOVi.;;   \a    hnt.h
Ainsworth. ,...;.:-'• 'lioom and M'oais..
For information as to Rater., etc, auiny to pur-   rp. .   ,-,      . ■ ^ _   ..   . ■ !   .  ,    ,.t ., •. -.,
.ser.-? of steamers, or to ,;.-•,. ,    .    '
_,  ArT /._„ .. . ... rp^vr-v      j wines, liquors t\nd.-curars..
T, ALLAN, Sea'y.        , J. x\.. I ROUP, -1
Nelson. B.C. SfenAger.    j Edora;!o Avv. -        N<:^' >V.v.x'«.~7\ ^.»U^g|»^
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Cash Dealer in
ftoves,
Tinware   Hardware.   (Clothing,
Mens Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes-
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Groceries,   Proirisioii|
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[Latest Tall
and aU kinds of
illinery, Dress Goods
lies' and
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and Teed, €|D|C3iildrens Wear,
a»'d
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my
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Wtetn by teal smart *wgi|fc"T
strueted inW,a ji>l«W **®mf™
former has just been. stofSby his
mother-in-law, and.the ciifctetanees
gives1 an opportunity to f|ese reai|
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M_ and Mrs.  William Fattfosto
were married a fewm&ths ago,  M
Snohomish, where the. husband kept
PP£Z   They' «tf* » Spokane
• a^P^rsonpnttoiWifemaho^e _
• of ill-fenie.   One day 1b* weet he s    ^       fe togh(Wtheirm^le-
■ ^^ to of unfeithfUness, and .*»* ,,, r
JK_ u greatly to ■***■? ™* ' ^-*A
''•^^^^ffSH The prosper of a naval^le off
jumping into therwei. y- > -XXL 0f South America excite
caught herein tune. ZTt^Jt Not that^ny^v
 '  careswho shall  win, bat >lfreJf,
-- ™_       ;-  »  Btorv afloat that the Luoh  curiosity to  see  whether the
'    ThBre     J S^bSu the body Lotaa gun, boat, that succumbs: so
• ft fflSfiS^ *on  aLuy ^rigorsorpea^. c^ sur-j
JJSTS sagacity>  ^Svivea^reaiknoc^   ;   . V ,,,
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*C kroner who would ^ou,
1 pme log and sanction a verdict
that it bad died of poison-aula
Sea heart is> novelty, and_h*
ySon of the matter will be awaited
with interest.
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thing in pants strefchefcsl
Shocken-E^ende me, hut I've had
n_y sham of tha^rticle, thank yoa..
■ _■ Old Body opeiutes a verjr effective
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Aguardat m^:^ l^^ a^itnotonly stretehed  his  pants
towa^him hy the *^M*» but fetched me out on the sidewalk
^ having no ^^wlnd -Boston Courier. ?/  u
Lard. filled him full of slugs ana        _.
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sell . ■ x-." :   xd
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tte'-Jsci-' Her-cm £_e-lsalls_        "'
A '*Cape Oodder"  tells how iw cured a
setting hen.    \*X made," lie saya, "half a
v.roqiif^-jr -w>v> hV ;br*n m'win^ the! ^ozeu «aowi»lis and soaked them in water..
l.ro_pi^i,  *JO iU*OC^n pacing frtCj Iu th<? morning• they were .soM ice,    V
James; Baxter,-".the English,mining*
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suimii^r j^i l^4|j^^iii;.5.sailed for
liome^o^fc^EQ^^^ ■.He", gives/ an; in-.'
_eresBii^s^o%^Qf; aiC amethyst mike
at Sehag^ftpol, Out, now being
worked- ''The discovery,"says Mr.
Baxter, "was made through the
Agency of a dream. Joseph Berfchia-
ume, a love-iom Prenchmant in a
farniing commmunity, mostly Irish
and Diitcl^ dreained one night, about
7 12 years ago, that he saw a nugget
\ of pure gold on the hillside above the
barn. When he" awoke in the morning "lie determined to excavate that
portion of the hill.    He went to work
-shaped thenx as near like an egg as possible
and then placed. them, uhd^r the Betting
hen.   She smiled.    I stood by and ^atchfed
her.    She cuddled the ice eggs under h«r
and chuckled softly to them.    In about ten
minutes she appeared to get uneasy.    She
arose and scratched the darlings together
and shook herself; then, evidently satisfied., settled down again.    Soon she got up
once more, this time with evident concern;
something was wrong surely; nerhaps the
weather was getting cold.    She  felt. vwet
and chilly, ^bufe with great perseverance,
she sat'.'down agwfiTT^fiBfl^agaiji got $j$*this'}
time for good.    She walked our of the box V
and then  turned and  looked in, but she
had had enough."'
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A Wonderful Old Lady.
Next to Cato, who learned Greek at eighty,
, .,     ,n . ,. .   ,      ...      ...     .      . Mrs. Olive Thprne Miller,   the writer on
- .and tor 12 years he hes been digging   birds, is probably the most remarkable ex-
~?"T-Were till, as he says, he made a mine j ample of what can be acquired aft^schodl-
P<-   ^ _fi fhp ^cmnt^nUfr  ormnp-h   for  «iv   days ProPer *re Pasfc-     She waa" beyond
■,fn. tlie .nouil^m Dig  enougn  lor  SIX   mi^iQ age before she could distinguish one
■ /■'//families to live in.    One day a pros-j bird from another.    She had a rriehd, ail
/   / pector e^me and saw the man shovel- enthusiastic ornithologist, howevery andlm
ing amethysts.
5J
■'The.Halifax Pub
lished a letter irom Hon., Jl<\WJ..''Longf-
ley^ attorney-general, of Nova Scotia
her endeavor to be a sympathetic eompa
nion to the bird-lover Mrs. Milleysbwfcinw
teresfc was aroused.     To-day she\.iS anAap*
eepted authorityon all things orhitnolbgioal.
A        A Wife's Money In Engl^d^/A%|//'/
One En glifih judge  has held t^|_f;ia
woman spends her own money in, sup^l^n|f
necessaries to her household, it ia jao^fcolbe
regarded' as inpney advanced ^.ibr-'itelrSiais^
to John Yd .Mlis, ex^eSSUlg the M-   ban<Un the absence c^^a de^te^ri^
a:-a-;■■■■:■■■.:?.x> x::,■■.-■:;•■ &      .    ,.     menttorepay.it on his part     Another
,']est-sympathy.-;with-.:.the in his - holds that it husband arid//*if«i'^&tf
imprisonineYlt.'      MrP^ns^eyd SBjk | money made by fchem in joint :bi_3in(^;(i_^
a v-;v   ■ ■■■■s\iA' ■■"'■■■ ■■'■■■'■ tt;;'jv:-- - - °     x '     $ their joint names, ,-„ the husband aldD^eaja
that,,jtai? '[PJp*y paily a^^cs,con-j^-^:i—m^ ^■^■plo^^ ■ — -'-^-
■v.-grathlatio'qs,.;.;:asAhe ;4s;;:]^rmitted; to
;-;y_i£€Eiii, defuse of a great; prinoiple
•;icienoiiaces 4.
action
■  What He-EbdDonei;!;..^,,;,.;:/-';
oi tlie iNewJ -uriiHfcfo^
^at;!have;._ yoti-dbhfivtip; ■b^i.thayed^..*^:^
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GROCERIES .and:; PRO VISIONS at very low prices;
;ERESH-AfiAi^^ ;■ ■■; ; .'-
A Ml ^a^sortmeat^of Choice^IG-ARSand TOBACCOS;
-MiNUFACTUa.G80F AND DEALER IS-
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fPjf_^e;;iiee&'-;;A
-seahdalOiis'th&t siie^izeBS of airee
•^b^ihmably had. "-^a§sas:^ty^^
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coiiitrF should:.be: throwi^'lnto^
"■^Cplcism^tfe'&itS'^ olj i'TM^ttM'great'^fe       misM^er%>9a|;
::a)MM■ who^aire &rkii;.:timto'.Yerf MS^^68Wno ^^tio?;;i!fi^*:
,,■ 1"   ■ ■      '   ■«  *   '-'■•/] i   •     ■ * - .  * **        fl     1 £k f   . ■ i"' -  ' .    1.      .!■'■   .'■■■.■.'■■ V''.  hy ~.''' i / ■'■
;;.aIH|le behigs,a^4';qnite;; as.' "capable|g:Thifc-';a:;wa_in ;ii_ar.i3; ^IS^pfai];
;of.:x.persohal''. nuUicrnancy": as  othei* riches. ■'-'■'■■■•■ '  ■^■'^^^^.^■■:-";-
mor
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That a poet cannot appreciate;^lobster-
lad.;;.: ■■'';■'■.",;. - ■*, ;|.;c|:- dpM -a
J ■' '■.-..•.'.      .       ,'.'.,'"   '•■-.. '■•-"■ ".-"■'. ■:.ii-"2tfA.'---XtiX&'--.i,..-,'!y-,--
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"-T ■■«.:;." XAxxaX %^-'XXi: ■
'AX\ ■
& il tkr >~'*' \ ^_ •Va
:e0NTRACTOR, f ETC.
; That rhubarb is never eaten/by; the elect
■ ■ A Los Ansreles:-womart opened and!bf men. -a a^sx     ■'77^pAXyAy
read the ietiers Written/by -a afirl to j;   That the free-lunch fiend ^oes'ino^piy
her hnsbahd. and /the', husband tried. "°^y,au"    -.-J-yWi ^/;-: ,/;:
A      ' .  .,      0,     .    ,        j.v   That lovers ot the beautiful never/wear
to ha-ve titer scat to jaib -, bne had nP.Lfalse te;eth.
SUCh   llick.     Tne    court   refused   tO :    Thalipink nngefena^^^^
commit^ her, and she-had to return to  g™c£ breeding.     ;■'-.   : .-■■' .■;■■ ,.;
thehnshand;   , :-/ , 'a . L7 ^8%:-^^P-*'?^*%?W"^^-«^
" •■■'-■■ "in the open'air. a-. A  -;, a      ';        ■-:-:.'./,...
That the millionaire isn't bothers/when
*^o yon denyjhat yon ever asked ;|_e has the toothache,
;'teibu>'
my client to. marry yoii OI" that 'you '    That near-sighted men never know when
promised to ma:rry.her?:^qneri^I^l&:p*rt?\s&P^fB^. ^x-a-x^X
n+^mmr fl-,^ *-?>_,■ T^u\-v»t^fp t"t, *-W« KwioflK ■    '^h^t the baoS-fenoe cafe mw mo*„ tori
attorney foi the plaintiff m tfce breach | ,ationjj fchan m>, Iady._ l£,b.dog.
of promisecasewith a comprehensive
gesture a!ndl? an air, ■ of -:;s?iirprased -in-
[]     ;;;;; /kakusp, b. c.
Hi, 'x ■      '"   '.'"'■' '"'  '■'..' 1' ■ "■■'"' ■    ■       ""'' .■*■■'
lpbMi_^ /&-:'3&Doiiald, Brop.
D
The bar is stocked with the finest
brands 'of. wines, liquors'
/ and cigars.
VXKHHjj
snTpx
i~___r'<Lf
crednlity.      "
<4No, sir, I admit it," responded
tbe defendant"promptly.
"You admit; ft!" shouted lawyer;'
leaping to bis feet and casting a
triumphant look about the court
room.
"Yes, but tbe conversation
alluded"' to occurred on Bunday evening, and I believe contracts made on
that day aue void "
That the trombone-player in the crches-
• tra i& jipti as earnest as he appears to be.-—
Judge; •-'; •■■       •* X Xy-    i   ■■.  •'.■;, y%, I a;.;
5»i «•_*/_■
'■'*-   sMcli* Hen Scoldewti.       -A
ie race; for weaith^the obligations
of Christum brotherhood are forgotten
and the poor are left to shift, for themselves. So great was th_ craze for excitement that Sunday is no longer observed by the rich. Poor people are not
able to observe it in a proper way, be-
MM>EN HOUSE-
NAKUSP, b. a   ;
;>;^r;/^X!'^H/.MABBBW, Prop.;
.-tr&«.wt-.;'tfte-l»t .;n<^-hbrte-<T'-vw?4 to tiu-t SIc'o.mi
:nii:(.;s, axid Nevv J./-j!ivvr. The best, fehl:;^ osnv,
huji/ung- In tl\i\ ili:-tjvi. with ;xv-.nd ti-a.ti'n$ iw.d
■'teutehing fiv.'Uitiv'.-H (<'/." toiirt t^nad''urii^. TIw
l>_j- fs «ij-jlk<3 wir_ t:';e !«.•.->{ .brands, ol v/ii;es
)i:iUiy.*> __,!(■_ ■».-;«; vs. Tli-j -;u-<'t;ihin'D(I;iJ.:'■/■;»« of;tiic
i^o_^.« aAi ■t>io'-'bi>t.'..•' :   ,
Proprietor,
The bar is stocked with .the finest
brands of wines, liquors and cigars. .
TP APfFTTQKr
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NEEL,'A-N'I>.S-?BJB-.ftS.
NELSON ' KG''-     •    -
canse if they are shabby, none of the   • , 3^3.., _ ___„„^**,-.**,-
churches'wit them.  ReaKzing this,  Landscape Photographers
they carefully kept away.   It was onlv j -^^     '. „■ n.     n  v -.   p ,, ^j,^ t
after a hard ston^gle-that they haS.. Keep a larfee;quaui,it> (a ^U^
i
managed to fight their way into a pic- l «•*IVA    wl-wa   ^ *_,* o»^&
tare gallery on Sunday. I Pictures fj/amed to ordei;.
ypes
took.
■ JOH.^ COli'E^O,^; 0:0:v Prop's;
-■'•■■ -.As.   ,.    .■'...•     ......
Meiiis at all''hour;-; fnid ■•    '-•>: .-■
in'ever'v'-stv-jept the ait.
NAKUSi
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*
LIFE IN NAKUSP.
G. 0, Leask spent a few days in
town last week.
Goods still continue to go to New
Denver. Pack trains are loaded
down every trip.
The dance held in Garland's store
last Saturday evening, proved to be
a very enjoyable affair.   .     \ a
Prof. Twigg surveyor was in town
on his return to Nelson from the SIO-
can where he has spent the summer
making" variohs surveys.
Mr. Hugh McDonald has sold out
his interest   in jthe Columbia House.
He intends' taking a trip to Ontario
to visit his parents.
The man who walked up and down
the streets looking for Andy Cummings Chop house did this before
Andy had a sign out.
Mr. Teasdale- is in town and will
remain here for a few days, he is so
taken up with Nakusp that he is
wishing his . place of business was
here.
Mr. Jas. Wilson, superintendent of
telegraphs arrived in town Tuesday evening. He is sending fixings
to the New Denver effice and expects
to see,that piece of line in working
order by the 10th.
A few days ago Nakusp Was filled
with many familiar Revelstokians
faces.. But it is known now that they
all didn't come here to enjoy a row
on the beautifhl lake of lb]}K^af "the
•arrouridinffsceiiery:  *   ; .;;/ \ j
Lyttdri towed a scow
'rails to/ Nakusp on, Monday^
If the usual November raiser in tbe
lake would take place, it would only
be a short time before all the steel
would be at Nakusp, as the scow
carried enough to lay a mile on the
last load.
The Nakusp & Slocan Kail way
hospital has at the present time only
one occupant. The greater number
at any time during construction only
numbered seven. This is a fpretty
good record considering the number
of men that have been to work numbering'from seven hundred to one
thousand.
Street work is sttll progressing',
remodling the front of Slocan ave,, is
the principal feature of this weeks
work, we would like to know if they
are going to clear the rock off the
brow ofthe hill on Slocan ave, If
they would, it would improve the
looks of this thoroughfare.
Twenty miles of the British Columbia Southern railway have been definitely located in East Kootenay.
The line located runs along the east
side of Elk river to the confluence of
Michel creek, thence up the left side
of the valley of Michel creek to the
crossing of the same, thence along
the right bank of the same creek.—
Calgary Herald. |
Collar and hip grasp brings him
every time.
Mayor Green of Kaslo spent a few
hours in town Wednesday evening.
Mr. W. A. Crane is spending a few
days : in town before going to New
Denver on a business trip.
Mr. B. Rodd has purchased, a half
interest in the Columbia House. Beii
knows a good thing when he sees it.
Quite a nuinber of mining men arrived in. town- on Tuesday evening
among them Henry Mahon,
A. H. Wallbridge left town on
Tuesday morning for the coast cities,
where he will spend, the winter, and
may return to this country in the
spring.
F. W. Jordan has received the
necessary papers making him a resident justice Of the peace. All that
stops him from officiating is that he
ha$ to be sworn in.
Anyone who saw the scow arrive
liv-
we are
can say for himself that
ing in a favored clime. We have no
snow and on the scow! there was from
six to eight inches.
Mr. Geo. Henderson proprietor of
Hotel Slocan;"' New Denver, is in
town where he will spend a few days
purchasing supplies for his hotel.
New Denverites admit that Nakusp
is the supply point.
Mi*. Dan: McLennan has returned
from a flying trip to the coast, he reports trade quiet at the coast towns.
He has purchased a large stock. of
goods for his hotel at New Denver,
the! jtorehase amounting 'to several
thousand dollara Dan don't intend
to have a wet grocery ^amine at
New Denver this winter.
It is expected that before long a
new freight line will be established
between Nakusp and Eevelstoke.
A trtal trip has been made and
proved a success, although the boat
at the present time is small it is hoped
that she will be enlarged and fitted
np with steam power instead of her
present.
Now that the winter season is close
to hand there should be a Quadrille
Club formed and have weekly dances.
Everybody attending them can
have many pleasant evenings. All
bad feelings should be set aside, and
get in and help all they can, unless
they want to have as pleasant a time
as the did last winter. *
Dave Ferguson, Tom Downs, Geo.
Spinks, Lochie McDonald, P. Walker
andChas. Holdenhave been in town
on there way to Kootenay rapids
where they will work the winter
constructing a wind dam at this
point to make this portion of the Col-
lumbia river navigable at all seasons
of the year. Chas. Holden will be
foreman and claims that this piece of
work will be more advantageous to
the rapids than any other yet constructed.
FORSALrE.
A six-room cottage and lot
for particulars apply to
'■A.  H.   WALLBRIDGE.
9
GENERAL   MERCHANTS.
HOUSE
D. A. McDoiig
Choice    location and
:  mands a beautiful view
; of the surrounding
country^.
com
AND
DEALERS  IN
Dry Goods
Groceries
The Bar is supplied with th<
best brands of all kinds of
wine s;[ h'quors and
The Dining Room is supplied
.  with all the delicacies of
the season.
Charges Moderate.
A Call Solicited.
Slocan Ave.
lr
Hardware
Stoyes
Powder
Hay, Feed
and etc.
;4000
To be spent in grading; Streets.
G. H. WILLIAMS,
Buy now before the raise in
Price.
KASLO, B. G
Keeps everything   in    his lino.
Orders by mail solicited.
A choice list of Company Kaiad-
Lots For Sale.
Pric^ List From
'AKUSR'Be C.
DEALEES
Call and get prices.
Resident   Agent   Nakusp
Land     and    Improvement
Company.
akus
&    da

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