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 -   -7-IS  /  Vol. 3.���������No. 50.  REVELSTOKE, WEST;KOOTEXAY;  B.C., APIUL   3,'1807  $2.00 a Year.  BONDS ARE TAKEN UP.  FINAL PAYMENTS MADE ON THREE  TROUT LAKE PROPERTIES  This Week--Another Big Payment ��������� in  Sight -More   Properties  'Bonded  ' ��������� and mor-tTurnovers .Reported.--A  Batch of Certificates Applied for.  The Trout, L ike e.iin;i i*. to the front  agniii llii*; week. I n vectors win rare nl-  ' vcildy heavily interested have been fur-  ' lher demonstrating their faith in it.-*  iniiiei'.-il possibilities liy completing  pnyiiieiits on bonds and ' taking 'new  sillies (ill <it lier pi oi.ci t ivs.  1SONIIS TAKKN   l'l*.  On Tuesday  tin-   HnincP.iyne  com-  jiany in.-ide (lie  final, payineiit, (if $1:3-  .100 due cm the Rinadview, nnd '$10,000.  '(lie liiii'il payiiienl, on the Old  .Sonoma  .-iiiil Phillijisburg.  ,  The Broadview,,;! dcvelojied property on the Gie.it, Noitheru ledge has.-in  ore lie id y,i if ureal width and .splendid  quality. Il wii*? owned liv Chan. Molten, Pete Walker and Thouins Downs,  and was bonded to tlie I lorn.'-P.iync  Co. foi- $20,000, the whole of which lias  .'now been paid.  '7,    The Old Sonoma a vera ires 115 ounces.  ' silver, 0% copper and $5 in gold per to!..  It was owned liy  Tom   I'M wards,   JBoli  KNon, \V. (.'aidwell   and" 11.  Hojigood.  Ohas. .Molsiin had the Phillipsburg.  TIIK  (111HAT  NOKTllKit:-.".'  * - The lial.inc-e of $10,000 on   the   Great  Northern   bond   i.s    forthcoming���������-this  was the word by cable on  Wednesday.  This is one of the leadinir properties of  the e.-iilipalld   is   situated,   with   eight.  ..tliers, on the Great  Northern lead on  Raid Mountain. A roiiMdcrahlo amount  of work   has   been   done,   tunnel--  and  'drifts have been rim I'or about 000 feet,  and there is  about    100, tons of ore  on  the dump. ' The ore from this property  gives   an   average   assay oT 150, ozs. silver 10% roppei- and from $2 to $15 gold.  It. aNo w.-is owned  by   Holten,   Walker  , and Dovvns. and was   bunded   together  with   (he    Hillside, to   MrPhet.soli   ;ill(l  Peattles- iii ',..���������> for :?12.(X>i>. ' They    have  steadily wo������rked it .since that tune and,  it is s.-tid, b.-i\e suci-e-'ded in lur.iiuir   it  oveV-ar. a big ligi.r--to an F������g!'-'h   *yn ���������  dii-ale. ' ( ������  AXOTlllCl.   IS )XI>.  On S-ilurday last Ahraliainsoir Bros-,  bonded the Morning Star, Wild Mniij  and Alice U> a Scotch svnclical e for $.'50- j  000. The Morning Star and Wild .Man  are located on the Silvei Chip lead and  the Alice on a ji.-uallel one. The two  former are silver propositions and assays from the latter give $.">:-! in gold.  The American bonded by Abrahan'i-  son Bros, to .lames Dixon has been  turned ovei by the latter to Vancouver  jieople. , *   <  The Silvei Quiji'ii (not. the Queen of  tlie Hills as slated) nu Ihe GrialNo.-  Mn'Mi lead which was recently bonded  by Statihci t to lanics Dixon for $:fl),-.  000, has, it is said, been re-bimded by  him to f.'oi'don aiid.Vancouver people  for a big figuio.  The ovvnci.s will apply for certificates  of improvement, "on the Br 'advievv,  Old .Sonoina. Philli|isburg. Skippei, Alpha, (.'ut ter and Skip Fract ion, Colonial, Towsri'and Sunshine.  either side of the lake���������which is .-i sheet  of pellucid wat'-i- 2(1 miles long by, say,  two wideband abounding in trout���������the  mountains  slope  gently  up  from   the  shores to timber line,   then   rise spire-  like in dazzling whiteness to  the   very  peaks.    Here and there  the   mountain  chain is broken and between the slopes  lie;  mighty  glaciers  glistening  in   the  breaches, and   which   supply   the   lake  from theii icy bosoms iu the  shape  of  mountain streams,   which   go dancing  and tumbling over prettv tails till they  sink'   into   ihe   placid   watci-s   below.  From I he shore to the tiniber  line   the  forest forms a blendiijg of, color which  i.s simply sublime, and as tlie slopes  of  the hills come   inlo 'view  going  down  I hi*   lake,    the   sight , is   one   of   such  panoramic splendor t hat, the  eye*,  are  almost,   dazzled.,    Imagine  'all    'I le-.se  beauties of the earth   mirrored   in   the'  watei s nnd the (inisbiiig beauty of   lbe  pict tire is coni'plete.    Tliere   are   many  beautiful places   iu -Ilriiish . Columbia,  many    magnificent,   pieces     of    scenic  beauty, but, one of (he   most   beautiful  of all, and the prettiest   location  for a  hoine is Tiout Lake and the city on  iis  slioi.'S.���������Vancouver  World.'  PROVINCIAL ESTIMATES ���������  Of Revenue and Expenditure for Next  Fiscal Year."'  The estimates of icveniie and expenditure fm the year ending June r!0,  1.S0S, pi e.seiited to the Legislature last,  Friday, show an anticipated revenue  (apart from balance of loan on hand'���������  $2X5.000) of $],28S,0S'J. while the proposed expenditure lor the same, pel iod  tolals $l,5tXi,705.  In the mailer of expenditure for  next year t he civil government (salaries)  statement, shows a decrease as compared with the current year, but public  instil nl,ion*������o;vi4iil.enailce) charges have  increased, t ���������.'"���������,-*'"i"*--.{x|ilaiiied bv the  transference'^, i. ��������� V, ' ���������', ,v'V",r to the  letter of t he nViiV '*"��������� ��������� ., ".' ->md i l'u res,  including s-ilui-ii't , --. - '" "',.. ?\ iusli-  t utious.  ��������� Beds are at .a'Premium.  Trout. lJiiki. c-.iniji, has experienced a  dearth of accoiiiiiiiidation for those in  and about theie tin's winter. The lintels have, had mine than they could do  and men woic; comparatively happy if  they could only get Horn-space al nitdil.  Four o.ccupaius to a loom---two .in a  bed'andilt wo on tin; floor- was a night-  Iv oceurienee, and even the. bar room  Moor was very often utilized   to   nlhiid  the tinveller a chance to rest, his   tired  i    i   M    *  bod v.  'J he piopiietois of Queen's Hotel in  their endeavor to meet tlio rush have  added a two-story addition. 21x30, containing 11 minus, which is now coin*  ple.lcd and furnished (Inoughout. Hut  even tlii.s'"M(lclition to the ac-c-iiiiunoda-  ti nis of the camp will prove totally inadequate I'or the coming siitiuuei. when  a big inllux of piospectors 'and others  is sure .to take place. The permanent  iesidents,throughout, the winter haw  numbered about   100.  All Ideal Location.  ��������� WILL BORROW MILLIONS  On the'Credit of the Province to Assist  Railway".  Hon Mr. Turner has introduced1 the  bill embodying the pioposed railway  policy of t he Provincial Cnvci niuciit.  This'authorises a loan of ������2,500.000  to aid iu the:, const ruction of railways  and other public; works,'and makes provision for the grant ot subsidies not  exceeding &-J-,000 per inilcj ,,to certain  railway entei pi ises. These, include a  line froni Peiiliclon to tlie Boundary  Cieek district, about, 100 miles : a line,  l'n.iu the coast- to Chilliwack. 00 miles:  and a line from Rule Inlet lo (Jues-  nelle, 2^0 miles. The sul sidies are not  lo be payable until the .railways ate  ready for operation, and it is provided  that no subsidy is to be granted under  the. act lo a company who have ah early  been gianteda land subsidy, except  upon the condition that the company's  lands are thrown open to purchase on  I lie same teini.-i as crown lands.  Immigration Commissioners.  Amongst the visitor.., in town this  week were A. F. Jury, of Toronto, recently appoint ed ('.-in.-tfliri'i Agent ;���������(.  Livci pool, aiid C.ia-. It. Devlin who.  until a few weeks' ago, represented  Wright in Ihe Commons and is now  going lo Ireland as Canadian Coiumis.  sinner    I here      with      headquarters  ai  The.district of Trout, Lake is one that  with its vv underfill ore bodies.is fast  coming inlo rank with the bes-l camps  of the Pioviiicc. The I Inrui'-Piiy in*  company ha ve , inve-led largely there  as have ot her 10ngli*-h companies, and  now. seveial Vancouver syndicates  composed of reliable men are Inking  hold of properties there. During the  week t wo big bonds have been taken  up in ibis city.-  The preseiii cent re of Trout. Lake  mining division is Tiout, Lake City,  which takes il*- name, as does the  district also, from the maguilh-enl  sheet of water on which the (own is  located.    The plnce i.s a . yet  small, but  is rapidly growing;nnd has Government I his appoinl ment bas  been endorse  record oilices, holds, mails, stores and j 'he   dill'ereiil    Ir.tdcs   council-,   of  The expenses nudc'i-,   '" '.,' ���������   " ' . Vis-  iation are practically the  smiTft "!i������..-������..  1800-07,    except   tliat   the    c-ont ingent  fund'is increased by $1,(K)().  To hospitals and charilies iheie Nnii  increase of $1,700. Nelson hospital is  gr.inled , $1,00(1 nfoie than lasl year,  and the Victoria Hefiise ��������� Home $500.  Under the heading 'of destitute, pool  and sick there is also an increase of  $2,000. The aid lo resident physicians  al Foil. Steele. 150-.Mile House, Coniox,  .Midway and other places, which can  now well afford physicians, jls to be  discontinued. a  , The expenses for the adiiiinistr.it ion  of just ic-e (other than salaries) mil nrally  incre.i.se wiih added population, bill  the vole is only $0,700 more.  Jidiicalion, which always calls for  the largest vote beyond the public'  debt, shows an increase nf nearly $10,-  0;i(), of which $3,ISO is for the education  TitTire', $].5'.)0 for Vancouver Vil .v. $2,500  New Westminster district,, $1,700 in  Vale, $1,-100 in Lillooel, and nearly  $7,000 for Wesi Ivooienay.     ���������  In regard lo public works the vote  now asked shows an increase of c-Iosh  on $100,000, as compared wiLh''C(i-':J7.  Unci.'!' I be - heading of works and  buildings t he est hunted expi nditure is  $80,000 as against $:iS,000. The largest  ilein under this head is $20,000 for a  new wing to Ihe asylum for insane.  New We.sl mitisii r. Kamloops gets  $12,000 I'or a new gaol and' Nelson  $10,000 for thc Mime purpose.  A considerable pai-f" ,of the increase  under works nnd buildings is dm; to  to (he necessity of couM rncl inir and  furnishing public schools in southern  ICoolenay. For Rossland school, $1,000,  is set a part, Kaslo $ 1,000. Ti nil $2,000,  Sandon $1,000, New Denver $1,000, Nelson   (addition)  $1,000,   S.IC.    Kootenav  $e;oo.  Roads, street *, In idges and wharves  call I'or $2-U550 as against $21-1.050  for thi' r-iirrent, year. 'The principal  changes iu lliis npjirupri.il ion include  inn eases fiom $20.0.10 to $:J0,()()0 for  WestMiiiister di-lrict, from $12.00) to  $18,000 I'm F.'i-t Vale,-fiom $12,000 to  $10,000 for sotiib riding of West Kootenay, the mirth"���������"-i i,Iiiig gels sum'  amount as'L-tst, year $20,000. Tin- *mii  of $8,000 i*> priivided for the N.iiiaiino-  (.'(iiiiiis road. ,  The only local apjirojirialion is one  of $200 for repair.-, etc. Provision is  also made for an a.Ssistnnt school teacher for'.vhich $50 a iuon(,h i.s |irov ide,! :  the leachei-'s saliiry being placed at  $(iS,25 jier in oi if li. (iold (Joiniiiis.sii.iiier  Graham will receive $12.') a mouth for  his *ei-viccs"71iii'ing the next fiscal year,  and his ch-rk and constable $00.  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY.  Happenings of  Interest Amongst its  Various Camps.  THAU. CHEI3K.  All assay from t he ore  found   in   the  Iron Jlor.se shaft gave $07.20  in   gold.  What  was only   a   streak   has  aheady  w'idened to eight inches.  o      '  A big strike is repotted on the.lok'er.  Willi inily one wall in sight, then, arc  now seven feel of pyrrholite me exposed. On.., the adjoiniuir claim, the  Soveieign, they have a Solid body of  I feel ni" sniiie ore. ���������       ',  Thi? Consolidated St. IClmo is to be  started on a large scale about .May L'  l.o.ssland is iu l,he midst, of ;t.s fiist  t)iunici|ial caiujiaign. Col. Scott and  0.0. Lalolide are Ihe candidates lor  mayor.  The old Le Hoi 7-<lrill ( omju-essoi. has  n-eii moved to the Lilv ,.Mny.  <������������������ " .     I  Nine men are working on (he Flossie |  I j., one of Grain-Go van's in-opcrlie-.  ,    Another Le Roi   dividend   of   $25,000 j  was declared lasl   Sal unlay   making  a  Iolal since  October.   IS'j5.   of' $:i50,000.  $llK),0()0of   which   has  been   jiaid ,this  ye.-u.      The   exji blui-e   during    lbe  month was $30,000. '  'The shipments of ore from 'Ro*slaud  last week were 1,375 tons. Since .January 1st, the total is 13,1)30 Ions.   ,  Le Roi's second Lest, of .">1 Ions frolll  I he waste pile last week vva> eipially  successful with the first. Over 05 per  cent, of values was saved liy milling  unci i (incciilrnlkiii. About 50 percent.,  of the gold in oie was saved on the  plates.  The Rossland stock exchange starts  with about 50 members. It, is called  the'H. C. Slock ICxchange ot Rossland  and the fee has,been placed al. $50.       <>  About 1000 voters have registered iu  Rosslnnd lor the. iniliiif.-ip.-iI elect ion.  The shipments of in c from nine mines  nt Rossland during the first, six   w ks  of this ye.ii amounted to50S5 tons.  syndicate for $180,000, piactically cash.  The Cariboo and Rambler Consolidated Gold .Mining Co. has declared  ���������another $20,000 dividend, making $10,-  000 jiaid to date iu divide.ids.  A strik, ,-i four feel of $72'gold ore  is rejioi ted on the Ariovv gi buj} in the  Waterloo catnj): '  O. CJ.' Labarre has bonded the  Impi'iial, belween Rover and liird  Cieeks for $I0.(KMI. He has also bonded  IhC".Myth and Cajiilal, on Hall Creek,  foi-s;--!,5l)0.  John A. Turner and ,fobn Houston  are- candidates for (be mayoialty at  the pending civic elect ion iu Nel-on.  Judge .Form on Surface Rights.   "  Al    New    Denver    las|,   week   .ludge  Forin delivered  judgment   in   the case  of ,1'aloi eiu Vs. Harris, it .being one in  which   (he   rights of a  mine  oir i-lnim  '���������  owner weie (pu'slioned, I'alorcia uiain-  taiuing I hal  Hairis   bad  no legal right  to collect rent from   him   vv bile lie was  ii li'iuiiil en   mineial   pioperly'heldby  thelntfei.    The judgment ni   lhc court  ,vas   fm    the   defendant,   in   delivering  which    Judge   Forin    ex|)icsscd   'some  lojiinions ^-ibout,   .surface    rights.      He  said (t here inighl be a (jiiestiou bet ween  a mine ovv ner and the Ciowu as to the  |iur|ioses for w Inch   the  sin face   rights  could   be   used.  but. a   mine  or claim  owner had   a right   (o^eject anvone. he  saw (it. from his   mineral  local ion, and  could   piohibil,    if   necessary,    |ieojile  from selling fool, on (.he iirbjierly.        , '  FEDERAL PARLIAMENT  WHAT THE POLITICIANS ARE DOING  AT OTTAWA.  Some important measures introduced������������������  A new franchise act and an alien  labor law--What the  Dominion  elections cost -- How the parties  stand. ' -   >  Lacal and Personal Briefs.  Albert Stone was winner of the L'liu  Dublin.    They an-  acquniui ing   I hem- , rallied hy <;. \V. |j,t|(| win at   Kanilmps,  selves wilii I he condil ions of   t.'ie Wet  with a view   of   obtaining   a   |iei'Mii.nl  knowledge  of  the   class of   people   ie-  (piir.'d to |io|Milnle   it.   ns I heir v. ork in  Great. Ilrit.iiu will have in clo prim ipal  ly with iiiimigr.il ion matters. I I j .���������  .Minisler of I nierior ha-,- been part icu-  ly fortunate iu llii'-c ajipoiiil me,,l...  Mr Jury is well and favorably known  iu Li I uu- circles I hroucrbout Cnu.id,t ami  iy  ic  all ordinary coniforls and menus for  transacting the business of the cani|>.  It is built iipiin a be,-i'-( ifnl site affording room for expansion, and   this   is   a  , grenl advantage iu mining (owns.  Merchants and dealers will naturally  hesital e define erecting store buildings  or jiut t imr in large slocks of goods in  narrow canyons, giitsaud gorges vvbere  so in:tnv milling towns are located,  and which, when a (ire occurs, go out,  like a lire cracker.  At a jilnce like Trout Lake City it, i.s  entirely diU'erenl, for its open site  pi'i'M'iils no sinldi'ii danger of de-  sl.-ucl.ive Hie. For all commei-cial pur-  |ioscs ii is sullicienl Iy near the mines  to con! rol and sup|ily I heir trade, and  as a tesideiice town il has no ei|tml.  prcsenl ing a most be,nit ifnl la ml-r.-t pint all season", vvilb jileutilul water i  supply, *-ile, elc. Juileed, it pos--e.s-es  a    Cmiibinnlion   til'  advaiit.nges    vvliich  Avill some day soon make il, the cily  which iu its yiml IiTiiI ambii ion   it  a.lii-  cil to it.-i mi mi-.  ,jtlsl a won) a boiil. I be laii(lscap('7 Oil  Dominion. He may I e depended upon  lo look aft"f the interests of ihe  arlizan class; while .Mi. Devlin'-inLi-  m.'ile ,-issocini iim wiih one of 1 lie Im-m  agricultiirnl sections of Cnnnda ein-  inenlly (jualilies him foi dcilim; w-ith  iiiiniigrnliop of (hal class, and I hey  eac-h may be relied on to discourage  iiidiscriuiiiiale   iinmigration     to    (his  John Savage, of Salmon Aim, ha*:  t.il i'ii a position in I!. ilow*>oii A- C'o.'s  furiiituie stoie,      g  Tom I'M win ds c-anie up f i urn the  cunst Moiidnv i (.'I .truing by lasl night's  No. I,  The latest iu Dicss (looils, Ti im-  miliu's and  Laces a I  Coin siei s.  The Hamilton Mfg. Co., makers of  all kind*, of iiiinin'_' machinery.. is one  of the biggest concei ns of i lie kind in  Canada. ��������� Their speci.illies .-tie ad-  v ertiscd iu anot her cnliiiun.  Mrs. ^'ollaiid and family acconijiii.  I'lied by M is*es Cao and Holt left for  Vancouver, Tuesday cvcuing.  John 1 letheringtoii, who has been  unwell for some time, wus this week so  l'nr lecovcicd as to leave his bed.  antioiinccd  it  Tlie dale of fni iunl  Millinerv   Oiicii  count ,y      I bey   made a flying   trip   t��������� j ;    f a|  C(,u|.si,, V ssi��������� ,���������.  Rossland and left   lor   I he Fast in-day.  visiting lvlmo.itoii and smithem .M.tni-  loba disl i'ic|s en route.  has taken the cont met ! |  :k     vvolk    al      Knte  I prise  10. C. Fmiiiey  for    the    brick  Uiewery.  A. W. Hull, of Cnlg.iry. was in tnvvii  this week-. Jle has leceutiy added tiie  low iisile of lh'.indon to his oilier in-  v estmeiits.  Al I lie icgular meet ing of l!cv clstnK,.  Fir<{ Urigade Inst (tvcniiig ill'..! s.tlbjec-t  of holding u I in 11 wns (lisciis.scd, and  ,'i.i'|-,iiigcliient.s are now-being ' made for  one |.i, be Jv.'li.l oil  lOastel- .Mondav.  an e.irls  date.  Ix-cliie McDonald ret in ned from his  i.stern    trip   List    Monday.     lie has  I been spending I he   winlei    at   the old  I <  ionic in eastern Ontario.  The Canadian (!( neial ftlccliic Co  is the jn inci|i!il com ei ii of I lie kind iu  C.innil i. Wll.it, ihc-y luive In sell is  (old iu our ad vei t ising columns.  A lnii_'''l\ signed pet il ion i.s being  forw-iuded to the Pi si master General  asking for -i daily mail service (oTioiil  Lake, tliis'season. f t jioiiits <;)Ilt I'l'uit  ibis will Ik- |nactic;'nbl(! vvilb but litllc  increase; iu cost, .-iinl wiil be of jnentiiii-  able bi:i;if!fit; In llio cainp.,  KI/.JCA.V.  The Idaho last Friday |iaid another  $20,000 divi'deiid. This makes3 a total  of $152,000 of which $120.WKI have,been  jiaid during the last sixiinonlh.s.  The Slocan Star mine has declared  another 'dividend of $50,00.'). This  makes the-dividciuLs to dati' total up  $350,000. In LS'.I5 the mine ,jiaid $50,-  000, in LSCfl $250,000. and' it now stalls  till' IS07 vvilb a dividend of $50,000 in  the first (juarler of I lie year.  Agenls of Aug. Heinzi" ha ve been  trying to close ront'-ncls with Slocan  mine owneis for t real ing the ores from  I his district, with the jiroviso that if a  sufficient aniou'lit of this ore could be  secured a' lead slack would be added to  the Trail smelter.     ' s  The Yankee Hoy and Stanley have  been incorjioraled, with a cajiilal ol  $10,0')0, by L. IL Northey, II. N.  Stevenson,and A. Fdge.  The Payne is shi|i|iiug  I   cars a   clay  and employs 70 men.    The ore   is   now"  run Ihrough a cruslier, which   obviates  the necessity of 1 reaking it by  band.  The Wonderful is working 2"3 men  and shipping half a car a day,  The 11. li. Lee recently sbipj.'ed two  ears of ore which ran 112 ounces silver  and 08% lead.   -  The Two Friends is now working 25  men, running a tunnel 000 feel to laji  the ledge. Theme in this mine- runs  trciiii 1(10 ounces- |o DUO ounce s in silver  (o the ton and 50 |iei cent, ii) lead.  The mines in (he Twin Lake Hash)  aie employing about 100 men.  Queen Hess ore, accm ding lo smelter  "returns, averages 150 ounces silver and  75 |ier cent. 'lead. c  AINSWuliTII,  The Hrilish Caiindinii Gold Field-  has a< (juired the .Mile I'oiul, one ol ( he  oldest locations iu camp, il having been  crown grunted iu 'i'2.  W. J. Ill-own is (|evelo|)illg Ihe Slni  elaiiii, which is improving.  Gnodciiniigh A: King, of Knslo, have  puich.-iseil ,1. .Mclnuoi.'s hotel for$: 1,000.  Jake Fink has disposed of (be Silver  Hell nl a good price lo L. .McAlec, of  S|iokn ue.  ii. I1". Green, of Knslo, has jiiirchased  (he Union lur $8,000.  CI'IM.IIAI..  A j ict i I ion is iu circuit I ion asking I he  Piovineial Government lo build a  wagon road up 1 he soul h fork of Kaslo  Cieek.  Angus Hen Lou and Win. ('In lie have  ( oiiuueiiceil work on (heir new Pros-  jicclors lOxchaiige building nl Trail.  Ira Dl.ick has given an option, I'or  one mouth, on his liolel at, Sandon foi  $20,000.  Up lo February 01 b Ihe value of the  ore, bullion and malic shipped from  the |)(irt (if Nelsiln, from the. mines of  souihi'i-ii Kootenay, Was $05:},lll.   ���������'",  J. 10. Hate says he has sold the Wild  Horse. alJJc.cr Park,   to  a.  Public School Report. ,  Following is (he ^standing  of  jiujiils  in the public school for .March :  ,V. Or.ASri.���������William   Reavo,   l''ranc-is  Dent; Bert Tcni|ile. '(  IV. (!i.ASS.-rI'-dua'l\.novvlton, Kniesl  Wc(,d, Edith Fr.-is..|'.  III.   Glass. ���������'William   , Pettipiece,  Neil Lee,  Katie Allen. '      o  II. Class.��������� Pearl Thompson,  Dallon  Allen. Fssie I I.-i milt on. '    .  11. Rui.Mion.���������Charles Tnrnros,  l^elia  Minoran, Alfred Hourke. 0  I. Piti.MiJii.���������Robert   (l.iillie,    Harold  Toomb.s, Winnie Wood.  H. A. MoT.vciG.vitT, Teacher.  B. C; IN GREAT BRITAIN.  North Riding Camps Will Receiye More  ' -Attention There this Summer.  W. Pellew Ifarv'ey, of Vancouver,  has just, returned fiom n sojourn* in  Gre.it lJrilnin. S|ieakii]g of the' outlook therehe says that Rritish Columbia  has asseiled herself' and will take a  foremost place with (he iii vesting  jiublic. as the greater majority of'mining exjierts who have looked into the  jHissibilities'have reported very favorably to I heir princi|>al.*- in Fngl.ind, and  the result will be that this year will  see many more ex|>erieiircd men looking into our jiossibililies. Coiujiaied  will) other mining regions, it is granted that,, Brit ish Columbia jiossesses  many na.tual advantages not lo be obtained in South Africa and Australia;  such as natural, highways of commerce by watei, fuel, good and abundant water and water power and undeniably large bodies of ore, with mining1 laws which are adinil led, to be  (���������(piitable and fair, and which arc held  up as models lo other mining sections  in which the British jmblic has such a  deeji inlercsl.  The re|iorl,s  of Air. Carlyle,   Provincial   MincralogiMl,    have hei n  received  with the   utmost 'of fa vol   and   fiom  them milch authentic in I'm million   has  been circulated, as (he faclsnnd figures  are taken as having official ciidoi-sat ion.  The magnitude of the ret urns from Ihe  Slocan when called to  atlenl ion, proved reallv astounding, nnd   il is  safe to  |iii'dict Ihni increased nllenl ion will In  given   lo   I hal   *-eclioii ; liossliiuil,   Big  Bend, l.nrdenu, Troul,   Lake   nud   10a-I,  Kootenny, for t he mining of (he while  nnd golden melnl ; (he   Big   Bend   nnt\  Trout   Luke   I'm   gold   and   silver ores,  ami Fast, Kooleiiav fur Big   ledges and  mixed ores of low grade.    The iiiniuier  of lion!ing companies is looked upon in.  some regnrds as objecl ionable, ns   ual-  urnlly I he (jucsl ion was asked I here being so much paid up s|ii(-|c, nud no personal  liabilily,   if Ihe   company   failed  on whom would lbe  liabilily   fall!-'    In  Kuglnnd, companies arc final ed on   audi her and perhaps   heller   basjs,   ,|s s(,  much is paid do.,u wiih specified   peri-  i.ds  of jiaymenls  of   balnii(<-s.   so   one  knows whnI, one is  doing.    Over capi-  Inliznl ion, (oo, is looked ii|ion wiih askance.  Kred. Hume Will Resign.  If the I'iov iiicial (!ov eruineiit is iml  dcfealed during ihe plcscnl   session   of  The second session of the eighth  parliament is now in full swing at Ottawa and the lines of battle aie being  drawn. The address 'elicited a spirited  'debate, which put the leaders of both  sides of the house on their liiettle, ������iiflj  also some good speeches. t  ll. is probable tint tie (1p|Mv-uiuu  will 1,-ike a leaf out of the Liberal's  book when they weie iu opposifoii and  make a dead set to ca|)tii're lhc. pic'ivin-  ei.d legislatures, which they have almost  lost entiiely. Hugh John will look after the interests of, his pnily in'.Mani-  toba, Sir C. II. Tup per iu Nova Scotia  nnd lion. T. M. Daly, who is now in  Rossland, is spoken of i for Rritish Co\  luinb'ia. " t  A  N1!\V I-'I-ANCMIISE ACT.'  The franchise act. was introduced  .Monday by Solicitoi -General Fity.-  jiatrick. He In icily stated the object  of Uu'bill was' the ' adojitiou of the"  |)rovir.cLil lisis. Since LS85 the rtivisiou,  of tin* voters list, has cost thc country  $1,111,OIK) and i( i.s mainly this large ���������  oqiciidilure that has induced (he  government to aclojit,the |irinrijile they  have. >Sir Gli.-i.i. Tii|i|)i>r, while admitt-  ingthat. ini|iroveineiits were possible  in the old law, urged that the bill lay  over to next session,'      . <  'The main feat ure of the measure is  the're|ienl of the 'Dominion Frnnclii.se  Act. and the subst iiutioii (beref/ii- of  the franchise laws of (he various provinces. This will, of course mean a  diversity of franchi.se, but not loHhe  extent that, might be, imagined." A  ������������������-iinple manhood sull'raire act eiubodv-  ing the one-innn-oiie-vote principle  would be' prefeiable,- but some of the.  Iirovinces'nre not, as yet, educated up  to manhood suffrage, and in deference  to ti?<'iu the ' proVincial franchise in,'  each case is ndojited. By t he new law  three-fifths of (be peojile of the Dominion will elect their members of parliament under manhood franchise and  one man one vote and, befcre the next  general election,-'the other fvvo-fiflhs  will have fallen into line and we shall  then have a law giving absolute'equai-  ity in all the provinces. ��������� ,  TIIK cnow's nkst.  On Wednesd.-iy, in ihe Commons,  (he Minister of Railways! replying" in a ���������'  cpiestion. said that (he C. P. It. hns  tle|)osi(ed |ilans for lbe construction of  the Crow's Ne.stPass Ry., and also that,  the government is considering the  question of negotiating .with the  C.P.R. for the abrogation or inodific.-i-  tion id sections 1-1 and 20���������the inoiio|.oly  clauses of its charter. Section M deals  with the right of the couijiany to obtain  land required for branches, railway  stations, etc., froni the government,.  Sec. 20 provides for no-interference,  with rales until ]() jier cent, profit \k  made..  AI.IIC.V I.AIHH.  LAW.  Mr. Cowan, Liberal   .M.P.   feu- Essex.  Out., has introduced an alien labor hi til  -  which has h������en read a first time.    Jtid   ,  undei'slopd   that  the  government, will  su|i|)ort,' the  bill, which   will,Ik* passed  as a private measure nnd will not come  into force except   by |iroc]amation, ' lu  ctVec't. it, is a repi odiiction   of   (lie existing American legislat ion   under which  iinuiigrnl ion    'insjicctors     turn     back  Canadians, who, leaving their families,'  or lelaiiiiug  their   place of |ici-matieut  icsideiice iu the   Dominion, obtain ciu-  jiloyinent    in   the   Stales, and   roliiin  from I ime lo lime I o ( heir own country.  WHAT TIIK l-l.l.cno.V.*- COST.  The expenses in connection   with the  geneinl elections   Inst    J tine ni'C show ll  by i he Auditor-Genei'iil's  lepmf   to be  as follow s, I here being $21 l,7s*(l i l.-iiiueij    .  ami $1!H,21!I nllowed:  Oiil.irio 7S.7MI    71.(10!)  (iucb.'c 55,50.1    I,S.(I70  Nova Scolin 12.501     12,2(11  S<-w Biiuiswick .A2.:j.m ' Il,<>:f2  P. IC. I \.. . :..5:ii    :i.W)  Bril ish Columbia. 1(1.27:5     U,HK  Manitoba      !),.S77      51,152  N. W. T :il.s^)   21.S.V)  t he Legisintiv e Assembly, Mi. J. Fied  Jltiine, ineiuber for (he south liding o!  Wesl Kootenay. has dcclaied (hat lie  will resign his sent upon icluiniiig to  Nelson.  J'loviding the Government wcilheis  lliesloim thai is raging on all sides,  Mr. 11 nine's decision will necessitate' a  by-election -to fill the. -.unexpired', term  whicli lasts until a ye.'ii'  jVew   York J June,���������.,,-.Nelso.ii Miwu':.  Total   .^21I.7.S(; 1511,21!)  HOW Till-: I'AI.TIICS hTAMl.      '  Tin- Hmi'-e of Ciiiniooiis is i|nw coin-  posed as follows : 122 Libera Is, SO Con-  servat ive-, !{ Ratroii.s and 'A Judejieiid-  cnt*���������counting Robei t.son, of Toronto,  an liide|ieii(ienl. ami Clarke Wallace  u Con-ervnl ive, There arc five vacant  cotisiit Henries. The goveriiment'x  luajorily in a full House, allowing for  I he Sjiciker, will be 11 oVel I he >lriligllt  Coii*-ei-vn/iv es. aiid over- all other jinr-  ties:',|. If the P.ilrons. McCillliyiteti,  and liiiberlsiin, of Toronto, siippnil tht  goveiiiuicnl ,-is t hey did list .session it>7  liiajorily will be IS. Of (he eight, new  /loin next j menibeis introdiicedto the House la.<  I vv eek only ojjeWas a (.'iiiisc-j-ivjJjj>v  xMMMiuwmiimiijiiuiiiujiiiiAMijiiigiiaaian^  ^^���������y^^7^>^:i^^^^^m^^ FA O E S-
]��l"HI-H-IIKI) l-A'K.I.'Y S.VJVl.JlAY
��� it. ��� ' '
ATKINS .k- SMITH,     ,
l*i'iu.isiiKifs ..Nt. Pu'i.ei.iirroi-s.
Subscription   Price,    $2.G0    Per    Annum
,'c-s" ivji.u n.v in  5,iiv.vNci-:'"^i
-7-ONTi:.\<"T AIIVKIITISIOMICNTS iii-citeil at
llic i-,'itc el !-i .71 ]H']'ciihiii'!]_iU'-h iic-i- im .nt li
'i'ortj.accs nt A\. i-iiliuin. hicIks in- ovi-i- .si
IK r ini-ii p.'i* iiiinil li.
"S'liAN'siKNT .yiVKi.TiM.Mi-.N'i's id.-,  ik-i-
line in-sl iiisi iiiuii, .V. pri Inn- e.-icli -i-ilisc-
i|in-ni, ins Tl inn. The niiinlicr nf lines
km '...lied liv s]i,ii-c i,ci.ii|ii<-il. I*.' lines in (he
inch. ' "   ,        "
StKADIN'O    M'TI.'K-*   ll'c.  per  line  c.icli  insert iliii.   nnli-ss   ciiiili-.iilnl   fur li.v   ilic- Km
lilKs. '
JOB I'l.'IVTIXs.  nf i-vcry l.ind .iHinisl   i-cn-nn-
n 1,1c t,Ui��� ,mil sin,rl i'si nnticc.
..M VOl'NTS  for .lull   ]>i-ititisl*-c   in-  ,il vei iKiiiji
pa*, .i I ilc i n'tlii- liisl nf i vi-i y innnlli.'
coi;im*:*^|'o\"I)I-:nc k mi ,iii main-*--, m inc.ii
ni* pnlilic intiTi.-I inv iicil .mil cu rt fullv (dii-
sidcn-il.    All ( ninniiiiiicilinii* I" t!ic   l-Miliir . .
inii-i In* iic<-iiiii|i,inii'il In   tin- ii uiie nt  tin     even during t his session    -Ihe.   Govern
iccordiug to their rej.oi ts. admitted! v
incomjdele owing to the fuel that the
sum voied was not siillicient. to finish
il. The iK'C(���sii\ foi its completion is
is uigent, even m ire so. as was, iis
comiiiem ement, at ihat time. The Domini, ni G'ov ei nnieiit has shown that it
issiill willing to co-operate in the
woik, and has appriiprialed -Alt),000
for the pur]lose its half. Is this provisioned lemain iuopeiati\e because of
thefailiue of the Provincial Government to can \ out the vv(.i k on the lines
initiated by itself? Jf so, the very serious damage that, is sure to result
must be charged to, the Goveriuiienl of
this pioviuee .mil electors will not foi-
gel  this fact. '    ,
The I e is si ill    an    oppol tllliity left    -
Carpenter and Contractor.
Plans   and   Esiin*.aics   Prepared.'
writer, Iml ncci���-.e-ilv fur  pnlilic.it inn,   Ijt'l
jis an cv iili;nci. nl -,'nn.l f.iilh.
.\ililn���* ,' '
Tnic Kootm.vay Mail.
Pcvelstoke, B.C.
Rubber Boots
and. Shoes : :
wear like iron.
Tin-; outlook foi the mining industry
jn the'sui rounding c.iinjis this suminei
.������rows brigliter encli week, as flesh ev i-
,    e* ^ o     ,        ,
'.deucesdJ' fnitb'in the various camps is
�����.veu bv the inyestoi. The final p.-iy-
itnents on some projierties in Trout Lake
-.this vveelc is a source of 'cougrai ulatinn
. snot only to the fortunate owners but
.also to   the   (-amp   genernlly, which   is
".certain to benelit lo a gieat, extent
ttheieby.. ,
iiicnt In i edify tin-omission complained of and fulfil pledges either expressed or implied to the elceioi*-, of lievelstoke.     The  siipplenientaiy    estimates
are yet lo be b -ought down,'iunl   these
' ��� ' i ii       - ��� - i
appmpi lalions can be in.ule then it the
Cov ei nnieiit has no desire to (In nn injustice.    We are (piite' picp.ired to take
for gr.iiitefl  that  our repiesent ilive   in
.      - '
the legislature, M r. 'Kl-llie, li.is lost- no
oppiirtunitVMif pressing our necessities I
upon the alteiit ioil'of the (Jovei iilllent,
but,' as'yel, lie has not been successful,
and'no'lime should be lost in slicngth-
eiiiiigliisappe.il by petition or otherwise.
p    L. JOHNSON,
, I.r.viii.sroivi- Statiov, B.C.
, -   --o	
Haircut and shave 50c.   ,��*w~~~---
" ��� ���Mvvtxw ' Comfortable Parlors.
Oj>i>osI5C! Bras ��tore.
c7eshaw,  ~""~
,  ,       Rkvi.lstoki*:, B.C.
-*     ,
Real Estate, Mines and Insurance.
;, Agent for Ferguson townsile.
��V ��� {MM., ?.1.D.('..M.) ��� ���
o      , _. ,	
OFl-'ICK iii-.n- Union' Hold, (-.ills l,y Tc-le-
plmlK- ni- Tcl.'Ki-.ipli pniinptlv altenilci! In.
Ollice hours: !l:.J(l lo 11 a.m., l:.i(l tn I and
7 lo 8 ]j.iii. ,
QHAS. R. CARLYON, ,  ���
Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor
and Notary Public.
.T.-OKFICI';:   "M viljinildiiii,'. Kcvulstnkc, II. C.
Wants a Liberal Association.     ��
Korroic ICor'iTiii.vAY Maii.--
I)'',-ii Sir.��� ft, looks ns if the LiberaKi
of the IJisiiict. nl'ler (he adverse local
vole of lasl, .June, ,h;ive crawled into
(heir holes and pulled lbe holt's iu a l'l cithern. iVe.-uly every district in B.C.
lins its Liberal Association exce| t
lievelstoke. Il is about .liuie M.nie'-
lliing was done iu lhc way of orgnni/.-
inir. ^ The next piovincinl election will
b ��� (ought on p.u ty lines ,*ind*.i Liberal
government, returned, bill vv c will have
nn share in t he glor\ if we do not best ir our.*elves.- -Yours, etc.,'.A'LimcuAi.
Revelstoke. Mar. '31, 7)7.
l��'   -AKB STATIflHERv 00., LTD.
Wholesale   Paper   Dealers   and
. . Statir --s . .
���j..i,-i,'���, .        VANi.^s  '    ...  B.C.
0. S. DC    ''<  ''���   ��' "' -
t f <!
Real Eslats and' Mining Brake"
'13}Co_.-d:*v��vS '       '        "    ' .     "
Rc-tl Ksuttc'uncl Mining Broker
310 Cordova St.,
.Mining stocks nnd properties bought
and siijil on   coinmission.    (Jorre.spi-.iil-
elice soliciled.
JAS.  McMAHON,   *.
Gsnepal Blacksmith & Woodworker
J'epiiirs to W.mons. ���  Tools Sharpened.
SHOWN.,-    A'S   l^JlAl.TY.
-i.i,'- i
a. McNeil,'
' , "0
J'rout ..riect, I.evi-ktoko.
.; Six Shaving
Corner of Hastings and Gamble Streets, ,
Kcpiipped   willi   Elcvalor,   Kiectriu  BelN.        Heated   wiih   hot  water,  and all
modern   improvements. ,    .
Hates $2 per day. ' ' G. THOMAS, Pi.ornn-.TOi..
c,   Staking" in the Snow.
The excit ( in cut   iii-iii*!, I he Colmnbia
BREWi^O Oompasy,
Alexandra Lager .ind'-Porter, in    Kegs
and   Bottles.     Aiwa v.* icliable.
ii A All JEWELira'    ���
Repairing Neatly & Promptl/ Exacutec
Can    procure    at    the    principal    Hotels
Awards for Excellence World's Fair"93.'.
The Pioneer Hotel of the Pioneer
camp of "West Kootenay.
Good rooms, newly furnished."    -      -      -     'Best table in town.
Choicest Liquors and Cigars.     Commercial Room.
"S^^ T   RICHARDSON, Prop.
We do not ppiteiu
To be leadei;,s bi in.-iUin^ low prices
but 'vv e challenge a coiiiparison of
our <j;ooils 1,0 those sold by any con 1-
petilor, fcclinn eoulidenl Ihat' lbe
verdict, ipialil v anij,*. liiiish will, be
decidedlv ta v ora ble to Us. -,       ,
WILSON, Tailor, -   ",,
Opp. C\P.B.,.vvaler tank.
Tiii-;v are experieneinit something of
rf*i u'ljniij^ booi.n in Ontario just now,
.and evidently expect numerous llola-
i.ions, iu anlicijiiition of which the lei;-
"isi.'ittne is, uonsideriny a new Joint
;Bloc-i. companies' bill 'wliich provides,
.that di lectins and promoter;*,,!)!" such
���companies will be held responsible for
,eontents of tho prospectuses issued by
itbeiu ai-id may be lusld liable fm* (lnina-
.ijres bv reason of any'untrue statement i I'r.icl ic.-il   niiii(;r.-   aiway*.   claimed thai
',. 1 '.', ,- ���    ,,,,1.1:. I,., I ! thai   llii-*   enlil'liad   come   I'rnui   .some ! -,-i    ' i 1      , 111
.re^ud,,...-" such   companies   pubh-in'.I | ^^ ^ -^, ���     ,, o    .    j  I he better the bread the better
vwhileaotii.^.lirectors^ |'"'       ' ___J .. __ : ^^ stllff. . <^SS2*^
~~~~~~ '.,,    ,    i The Robson-Trail Road. <!
'S'Jlil'i.'isi: is a  mild, very ���.niiltl, way . .  . . ,|
I'rom   Bossburtr, Wash., coul iiuics and]
parlies are plow injf I hroilirb   llic  snow* j
up to I heir necks   on   Ihe   higher hills,     	
slaking out claims.    Many   yea is   as_.o, , rr>| -    ,     ~  ,       -�� P     H    �� P
dniin^.lierlacer.lavson'ihe^'olumbia,;    1116^1011    0T     Life
over ;!j;l,(('(J.(.lJ()   wi.i Ih   of   co.-il-e  pild I
was   taken   from 'a   l-.-u  .near   .Maic'us. '''
Wholesale . and   Hetail
PurveyoiVi of 1,1 iyh-class .Meats.
3.S-VELST0KE, b:c.    .
All orders in cm* Hue will be  promplly
^.-111 ended io. t
FRANK  VAN DAL L* Propriktor.
^-Revelstoke, B.C.���
is Breadc
���   Baker and Confectioner,
,of e.\pic!ssinj< the feelings nf   the   peo- \      Work on   the   I5c.bson-Tr.iil   road   i> I
,      ,.   i,       i  ,   i i,,.,,   ;,    ��� Jlt  i* ���,,,,!'. in oiii c'-siiiii: so well t bal t lie i onlracloi-s
,iilc- til   Kevelstokc, when  it    was tounil : '     - .
" .     ,   , . ,        expect to have   their   vv ork- cnmnleleil i
'   that the nrovincia     estnuates   lor   tlie        ���   . ,���, ,. , ,   ,
'" v   I j on lime.     I lie j.'1'ii.lini;   is   ncariy  com-
.ensiiitig vear made no  piovisjon   what- i .,���  ,    ��� .lll(|   ,i���.   ,.,i^  .,,.,.   ,���,���   ,"���     t)     '   _  -   -i	
.e\er'for'the admittedly   urgent    nece**- , way.    The iron vv ill come v ia I lie ('. I\ ,   j\ -^ t?    (~^Yi ^
K 'lis, m   fro in '      """   *J       ^"^
Ri-ivKhsroKM Station.
���siiicsof  the  town.     The   need   of im      H. and vv ill'be landed al
.roved   and   nic.eascd    .uromm.Kl.U im, ," Ij^' P''i"l  t rack, lav in- will    ,���.
��� , inenc. (1.    '['Ill' load,  which  vv ill comieel
tor Us own ohcet s bei e. secins In /j.ive        .',,,,,       , ���     .    ,.-    . ,,,    .,      ,<       i>       -. , <\ t.
vv ith the t iiliniib.a \- \\'.sti-fn at  Prail.     Can  Uuv it L heapcr rroiu
Ibeeii entiriflv lost sii;hl  nf  1 j\   the <-ov
I WhslBsale and Mail:
i;.,:.: BurciER.,;., -1
Mil!1. Qows; Saddle, Pack,
Driving and Draught
RByelstokB Station,-B.C.
ASSAYS. <���
/Bsst.Table in Town, Weir Furnished Rooms,
;Choieest Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
. Everything Stpietly First-Class.       ,��
Terms'$2,per dajr. '     K.in'loops.Beer on' Drauglu
: P. ' LE AKB,   3VL.E.
Mining Engineer aiid Metallurgist
A:srys on Sold and 'Site?. r ���
,' ; v'AiiaIy3is"of AlLI-jtais iiiadj at lowest pate>s;=
,\ ^ ���
Pioinpl   and   Poirect   I'esulls '(.luai'iiuteed.     He-ports iiride. on properties,
etc.     Civ e mo a c.ill.   ��� ' <
J. A. 'MacFarlane, F.C.S.",
, Assayer and Mining E:ijineei%
/f�� j 62 }   IIASTIXCS  ST.,
will ue :iS miles m leiirtb and o.*i
rtM-nment. Its attention has lieen so ,-,i, ,,,��� sil'hl.0')'). Ily.lune.il is e\p. i j.-d.
.often directed to this n i,i I tr-i both h\ ' ii will tie |in--.ibli' in s|,i|, (-.11 bi.m l.-is
the citi/.ens and press, that  .11   view   .it     f.-m, I b- ,-a-t    vv,, h.m,   b,, ,i,i-,,   |.,dk     T|1;m  ^(.y  c,,n    jifforcltO    SlCiJll | ��'-r-
,   .     , 1      ,-..    ��� "1 . I Hid   VV It h'.'ll   ellli-t IlifJ th"   I   -S . '. . . ,       f . ,. 1       "     1       ���       1 1       1  '���
.this last rebull, il s "em** aim >si  nvii'.* < _ l>L ;uul take: the Cl"l,UlCt:S   Ol ' AH assays and analytical work dune, in
.   duplicate   with
Scx-upir.ous p jrsonal cira n,nd d".s ��a*cli.
hcinu" c;uil;'!u.
to puisne  lite subject   till 111 (��� 1 -������ till! ll   s.-l-
' .t liu"'l.iv -when   election   tin'"  (( mes
.aroimd .i-.tMi.   New  *,.,.- nent bunds yy;\-,.':.   ���". .'.ir^, W���. JiV'..^;     ���.      . '    ��       .
jnMswe.e .e(,uiied im.re   tli.ui   .1   \.-.,i j/'.^;..' ^l:;J ^'{^ jyJ:.:^',, ^';:1".^    UPiiyiHg "8 ' 0^3ia!ty
!i*'.i "and    'in   uiisliccesst'nl'   ellort     w���s ..<"--ivr. ..*< -..-"'..'.*-,',.'.-' .l -n: .
���ni... -   i!...\.   i .    -l.��r -. )'.'    ',.-'     ,������',,
in,ide last  vear   'o l.av e jh.iv isi.iti made    j.;^ --i^'- \[l J"yn\]i\'- \\, V.'/t',.',',,.'|'"   <m"
.>,.    , (..,. .. ii ...   . ^   ^-- .f .^* .
At' Lowest Prices.
VI. ". '. .'-.nl.
4��&   %8>   7$*
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tic   t'"   '  ���   'In i '->'    I'.
for a .siriiciuie stiit.ibli lo t be leipiin-
Jlients ot the business ll(-IC. itii.l il U.is'
it.H'ilh uiiderst'iod llien lli.it ill-' <!o-.-
('I'lliu'eiil would ii|.ike,iu appr'i.pi ) l'toll
I'm- tliis purpose iu tiie (.slim,ites im
'JT-'.lS. >*l!li,i' ih.ll lillK" ilUo t!,e HH'ill-
vcljienci- llli'J ill.idi (piiu-t of the pies-
e'lt ipial te-'- Il I - e be -ii i|.'l|ioI|s| i* ,;e,l
,t line ali'l  time .-i.'iiii, aiid  on    emli    ic
J.IJI-I ill'/  O.-l    1-1(11,1    III"'    ( in'.el IIIO'-I,'   - I
1- ii' l"|i ha- )�� en i-.ill"d tu i le*   I ii t    i.\
l!i,.'"|,|.,-.,,   bill     app llt'lil'..      .viilli.iil    el
I'eel,    .-   -.eelll'll /!'.   M   I-    p'Uf'I.V,    sill-
lie. I   with   pic'-.-iit   i o i.iilln.r
Aiiolll'-I   i "'���' ���' '���'   ''.�� ipji 'I.I  li'   I*
|||(.   I'acI   tie.I   i l.e '    dm.ill", ' "17 ol.     li"     .  . |     if   I I .'   |(  HJ "
���i|.|.|..|,li.l!l  -ll   l'"l    plc'ei-ll'iU'    'he    I I*' I I'     -'."'-li'    l'l
111 ,      ' , I'...| I lilt      ii    ,,  "���     - "III
bank, a   vvuko!    '_'lcl!   . lll'l    '.i,"'l.i     II'- i'i[.,i.,i   li'      .'nl.v|.'l   '-'''
.-Cssil V   lo  I hi--  low li.      Tin-     I lo'iunl. II -        . t ���
,,,,,���,;,��� iaf imi of  .-rIO.000 I,���- t!.,-   ��-������.. A (! ml HI SLPfl tf)T S   NOIJCC.  '
was  m ide  ''"'il MIU''-"1     "| '' I     ' '���>''    }""'���
,iu<-e ' olin^' a ll','-   .im-iiuil.     'lb-   ( "o.
,,���mi���l   wasavvue   ���f   I l,j_.      Iu    I... I,    -.''���j;.',',,.''^:-,^,.,' ["' '^ ^ ' ",' ' T^ ^ I
,!,:s������.ib,,d'���' dei-iavn,^!,.*  ,-,.,   ..(   ; ni ft'^'; ;�����';, ";���' ';'��� ;,-- ���_', ,,'y,, ���
tbi-  nt-iii ������� i imi  wolt..  vv ,.s  mil ai.-il   bv     k'""I- ilia!'''.-  .-ul .-.-i'hi- if.
I ' (i'.* l-..\  i 1,1,1,*-.
I be    Oliiv uu i i!    '" '��� ''I I ill I''li I,  and    '.I    Is     |,ii- t,(  \ riu-i I .  i I    il> ' ' 'i.o. '    -I' ���    '     la.*
, i ������"'
itun i.ii" ui.*   t" lepudi.ile i(.-poiisii,ilit\        [.,.., n ;���.������, .,.,|. l,|. I ' i He   .hiiI.|.m,,.i  ~
jn .1," matt".   ^ -" Hi"  people   mosl , ;V,;!;!','','1,,'V, "!   '"''''" ''' "' '"
;,|l���c,ed hive a  vety viv,d    ,,-. . illec. ,������ ' i^>tK,l\; Z'Wi ,".T - "/i V * ~- /"���',, ^U. {& [; U
'ij i        ,,| ....    11...     li, a  li:-, tin  iunl   i    ,'H"I
'"       *  '���' "    ""   !      KWP\   ,1,'Iiti.i   -r "Hi"   (. .  mi   I  -'in/ -i .-.
1.1,in   ii|".n   ii,   ml   n   I   ai   "i'    'I.   I   '''   I in.   ��� f
"���'������- -���^,!" i""'"'-'1^ ,!i" >>"���>. i;:/!'!rlv;::,v,?,',.m,.,.vi,.l,:.'i!: "',\\,;'i:;:.(
b.t'il    le'l"   fiom    f'llilb"!    eii.sii.ii,  tlli.s ' I..-,n.  a n'    iiIIIm    i'I   .<"    I i'    ���     "nl.   h
"���'���"���    "  |,l |  '   I,,   |,   ,,; ,\'I'  .     Ill'     '   -I'   "'ll   II "I   III'
-tviir'lhe  town  I'lom  iiossibl"   de-ll'in-     -nd   llml     ....     Uu   n 'mui'-il   e  "    ' i'I   |.o.
T ���" ' ! (   id vvil'i Ti' il    tin   i'i' a "' Hi" '      ������     li.ivim'
itio i.      The   wnrl.    then    Was    pel loi nied     11 ���/..,; rl li, 11,.   ���  .Ii.i.i    mil',   "I   vvln.'i   Iii   *- J j . i ��� 1
CT   hi.  HEAPS & CO.,    ���
�����-���       .VIC, Co.'duvii Si., nnil l'i.vvi'11 St.,
Saw   .Mill   .M.ii luiK'i-v   nn1    Snvvs,        lOiinini'.s,
linili-lN,   W,Mel-   W'lii'i'ls,   e|c. -.'-."ilsliii
; ,    '���""'" Th3 Cyanide Ppobu-ss,'
' ' i1 i ���. "i",;, n"," :." liu j.
.   Tx-jtiVjil nmi Rcjiorto-.l on
[i/ Tlul  r'/iacZ-rtbur-rorrest  l
d'ii.-.'i i 'viinkIiiIinn.i
Hy Tho  MacArlhur-Yalfi'5
f \ m, 11    im a |,jii ,ni I ('v,mi lal I'm.I
CJASH FOR RAW FU'RS ;�����" '���*��������.��������� ^
-   Thc Cassel Hold l;xi;-ac(iii^ Co.,
(,    \\     P. \ [,li \\ i 7    I. ui.l ...,,     I! C ir.i.mn'j<i.i
V,'   pell(".'.'-II;irvcy, F.C.S.. Supt..
'.I. AMlHirrST^N'K, I'lim-mm-oH.
The Dining Room is ftiraish:d .with the best the
i 7 <- i
^-^^,,.1..^-.^���-.. ^���. r . ���_���^s... -��7��inrii ���~t*~*~-   -��� ^^^..,^�����p.j ^.awjt-iij.i-1 .  Hill,    i  ������    ��� ii��->h������
AI.I5AILUIX0N   liliOM., Piioi'miTOiis.   -
First-class Table   ������   G-oocl Beds ��������-   Fire-proof Safe
Telephone   >   'Bus Meets all Trains.
'bevelstoxe,    :b_o_
ROSSELL   A   HEROD,   Prop's.
l   uuttSM'Q   HOTEL
AliJJAMA.MSON   IlltOS.,  Piioi-iiiici'OKH.
Cvcrylhing new and I:irst=class in all Respects.
i '"Jig Hoiisi is stoskod with tlio Finest Wines and tops in the Market
��� i
\ 'I UK ' 'il   NTS   ( Ol       i Oi    !<��' i'I I \ V
lilll.l' n .il linn i''l      ^"l ���   'i' " '.v   -     '
I 'i.il   nn   in"   JMli   a iv   '.'   M >:���' li.   I 'i     .1
i.i    11    i ��� -   I  I
I  , \,    i I'i        -   i IJ'-,-,
. c    "lies     I - ~ t, ' . , I
11��� 111. i .* - i . 111
,'|..|,       im.:     mi - Vaill.OIIVI']',    1J.C.
, ,   ,        f * \- av iii.' in'ill a . I a,111. In- '.'-Ji Din J
i i. f ���      * - .a   i-a ' i i
i ."    !'"!     .Hi    i    ie!    1.1'
.'   -..:..-...i   I' .-,1    QEO.  D. fiCOTT, j
InsurdiHiij.miri Mining fipokci'.
TSLO'CTT  L^_SZE   OjZT"^:",   b.o:
I'C,    \t iii i'i i    I,.,ii.Inn   \'    l���in.-.i-.|iii-c    Life
-���v���. -,-,��� -r r-i -at -i:   -i-.ti-i-t-i *  r\T-<i       \-.-.'i.aiii (���  ''"       M.nic.'.i-   \'..ii. uu v cr Miiiiilu
^��{�����1 V HjLA i   DISEASE     H"i     ����-<)���-!- in all itollftblo Corap/uilOK
tor H.'llU. L'-"il IJ
jii.7'l; I' L;
v w, i r   "'i i"' I
'.',(!'.i ffirlovft St.,    VfiiifouviT, JJ.C.
> :: > < ri
i.    I. ..
t.liell  piemicl   M.'i-hl   and obtained     the    '.}���'���>"   "I"">,'"..".'.'   ". ',,.'.'.'
ri it r OD^Hb- r\Ti  f rn-rr-
<D&JE'3E>'J��VJ:i.A S
S-Jf^E   DISh-IFLOr Ai"i I;,
l   /
Ol"     .,'||.-   rl!
!���.  J.   KKRR.   Proprietor.
First-class Tabls.    -   -    Comfortable Rooms.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
���'���'���iSi'ii-!M\i B-ates $1 and $2 per day.
{THIF.TV',i:,'i.tJTH vr-'fi,    -V   -f   ���(, J
/ ���-    f    WOFII D-WIDF. CIRCULATION. S j
I Twenty PaKes;Wcckly;i!IU3trate<l. j j
*. , . ...  .��, -   ..-^.   \h,....<f    Mr,! ?   '
!riDicrTMr/.P,Lr to Mi'.riC MitM. -, ,
VTD. {
iniiler lie- .j'.il'.l   Ml jK'l-v isi. in   of    I'l'ovili
���A.A .'md  l.)iii,.M.iuioo en^iui-ci'M   and  vvas,
ha ���,. Im I ii..1 '.
H,.|,.l ..I. 11,,I,all I. I'.'/,. !���!��� !J'-'lJ ���)' y-1..'.' .M.-u* :
���);-!i: l,V'';'   < Ilicl.ii'A.'inia'ihal'a-   i'- ' ..1,1, \i.V. ������'   M-O I order-. |,l , ,1,, pi Iy iiMcml;-d (��
|   ^TJTr.K�� JJOLLAJid VL.l  V'/.AR, POST?/
AI:h:Y'��. D3,nG!- FJTORE, I \ "-�����.';" :-
rnv.,2jf TOKr, v .���,ON> n (J>       j i       MINING ,':���!:) SCIEHTIFIC PRESS,
; W.O Market
;',-.'!  ~'-:,-.;iCl3CC, Cal
Big- Sale for Bryan's Book.
Free ".iivei- may be *-Iiim.i.��i-inir. but it,
is nol. dead, **ays the IVexlern Jfliiiurj
IVorltl, as may be ��een from the fact
that the royalties to Air. Bryan for Ihe
fir-*t monlirs sales of hi.s book, "The
First, But tie," aiiHiiinted to $10,000.
Mr. Bryan lm-, .if^ieed to ix'i\r(' one-half
the f.-mious Clippie.* Creek ��J-'M field,
which intereiiled eiithti-i.*,,-t** have <le-
rl.ire.l to be tlie I idie-l mid l^reatesj.
icold field in'the   world.    Locally"  it,  i-
Prospeenng With Plows-
Pl*( jspcciiiiir   will)    plow*, i- the late-t
j iniio*. .'.tion   in   iiiiiiin^r, niul   wa*. intm-
kiiown as a 'K.'(.li.s.c.---,,g.-iiiil-l.V a term    (i,1L"'''jl ;l ""����� daysa;Vo in what i- known
nriLaltou-ethi-riii-ip.- wherewith to (le-- !,-J -l*"i">-. :nger" di-tl ii'l,   near   Raiul-
j cribeit>iiiic*er(aiiities. ltmii*-t beborne | ���"'"""' ,C,'lL      Tiu'>"   "���'"   'lllIK'  l'l'*
j in    mind   also   by   would-be   inve.-*tor.s j w5* ���' '''^'h't   lioi.-i'-.   and   |il..vv   fiu-iovvs
i that, this is on'lv one of  twenty minim*; I .''rros** tin,* claim.    The  soil i.s a decom-
���Kamloops, B.C.���,
Export Lager Beer in  bottles and kegs.
All orders promptly filled.
15. Wi*:iiki-"Kir/. .    .    Proprietor
of his-ioyallytotheoaii-cofhitnelaliMii. ('districts in Colorado, and thai." a  given j I"-'''1 J?*',.*1"". ���**'*1   *>>'  rros-,iui; I wo or
The lir.*-t (listi-ibulion   was  as  follow*.:
| amount of c-apital will command licit iv
every  other  di'-t ri'*t   than   in
$4,5(10   to   Mr.   Jones;   $1,500   to    Mr. I vah|0 ;���
Warner, $],.-.()<) t'o Mr. Allen   anil   $501) | Cripple Creek.    TheVoncbision,   theie-
loMr. Teller, and  eertilied   check*,  for I f(,..(S  ;s   (llatt investors  can   do   better
these amounts vv; i-e *-:.|it this week
Mr. Bryan based hi.s division on the
vote he receivedfrom th" four parlies
represented by the gentleineii named.
Ilnee   tin'!"-     in     each     place,
strinufer-, vv."ere uncoveied.
Con?-i��nsed Wisdom.
] The Gold Area of Cripple Creek.  '
The following-from the Loudon Jfin-
hlff Journal, ill lefeieilccto the great
inining camp of Ciipple Creel;, i*. nol
without *.uggestioii- to mining men
and to investors in Canada :- - ,
'��� It, is po*,��ihle.   and   um-l   probable,
elsewhere, and it, would be prudent   to
im-c-ligate   very   closely   any    mining j _,.,,- n<J, , ],
ei'iterpri*e loci Led there before   invent
ing therein."
thai Engli**h iiivi'*lur* \"\ l'l have an   a
together ei I oneous idea of the-*i/.e and '< ,ll(,   }..x{
wealth of Cripple Cieek. and it is   thus , w]1(,,,(. t|,
necessary to ptibli-h a solemn warning _ ,,.(.,i(���, ln'||���. miners.   ,ln i-.-is,
to lirevent   iiiNoonc-.-pl ioir*.    The   gold j U-.,UM. ,���. K,.,s,'.s,i lie   inovemeul
bearing area is practic-illv limited to  a ' ,-at^ warn the miners of   lhc';
Buying lints, for a Mine-
Al t he time of ,t he great Ihe iu the
Utica mine in Angels, California, al]
the rats in tbe mine were killed or
driven oiil. Lately t be -*ii|ierinti'udenl
ordeied fioin his hardware merchant
in San I-Yiiiioi-rn, "I'vei-al gross of rats
to be -cut up. This has been done and
urned loose "in the uiine,
ey are said to sei ve as   a   pro-
f   Ihe,
.1'   the
It is the la'-ge supply ' of  paying  die
e-s.s_lr.iotdimiiy  richues-  of
small piece- tllMt make.-the great mine.
Gold    i nil j i ii*. ^   is- ahnosl     the    only
bu-iue��� i hat n.ever **u(ii,'rs haul   lime-.
Hul faking and "l.yi-ii'iana'gen'ieiil.   in' il
���.(inieti'ine-- help lo -*"'-.i-*e, (hem.
ii ���   ;' ./,.-'.'
A mine i- nol '        :e mi a,,d.iv. -'II is a
long  di-I,iuci     ^       -.''''il,   l'.KJsperl.   and
mine   and the ('.'. .am*,e mii-M be bridged
bv skill, energy, jin'l V'^'i-k ,10(1 r.-lliiliil.
W'heii, t hi" mine i-.^V^U.'Iri/iiecyi'i,.
everything i- re-       ( inai-i.v I ����i'T -^ -over.'
Good judguien. o-j.'i',^   u  . >'��--
��l��i'-���� '"�������" ��!'�����        I',.,-.,,, Ih'e'fo	
I l"'   piojierly    (leve,   ,    ...���,���,.	
,  Mioinu    is    safe    ���    .1   i')
S4" On ic O    fC&'tYtH v. s. liVII.V.  lTC-,1
S-liSltiO     *$*&&   t?  .l0S.-.K)NSlX(i,'.(i(
>>tawM>��i   Sampling1
i.^n^��K?cffi:ifi Works
.ilo.'lwn null-,an i iiiaclnii-
t-ij at H'-iivcii*. Iiliilio SiiriuisTs. and lll.al; Hawk.
Ore sold on CD:i*y2ii��ive aids. Wiile. foi* uur
i-.-fc:i-ii'.'i-liimk .\i1(1i*l's- State Ore Sampling,
Co., Dsnvcr, Col.   (Inlil Huliinii 1,(ihk!iI.
I tNft!
Manufacturers of
Shingles, Eougli. and Dressed
Pine, Cedar and Fir Lumber.
;8E��j:A'NRfC^E'A"g^TIROUTE '
-3o AXin^'toi.'^a.-;.
arried on   vv ill)   tbe  sa n
tract   of   ground    mea-uring   about   (5    ..fdangm-.    They also  prove   ,1'.'l','.,'in j .-ll,1-rmL'nt "���* ^ ";"d ��' 'f
miles north and south by   I   miles east ' He.-u ing,up I lie reftiM-of I he mine-. ! hllMm'^ l'llUM ���'! !:Ps"
.��u ^r-ir Point:. ���
' 7        . ''
' ---/'.u>.and 'l"(jiii-iil
. . ../..-3'e.i^ainl 'I'liivmlo
'Lit. (li.ui��i'.' , >.}     C3   .O
������ t hi; nt
' and \vc-t, roniprisiug.i group.of rolli'ng I
hills on which tlie .mines are located.
Outside this -golden circle"1 Ihe ground
is staked in claim** 'for 'miles ��� in - evet y
direction,';iind i., is nir this outside
ground that t he , worth.je.ss or bogus
coni]iany is lloaled. It i-. a i'acl, and
one which should be profitably heeded,
that, practically no shipping mine has
been developed oiili-ide ibis circle. Inside it the'ground is. of course, limited
in extent and for yea is paM inflated
and, pi ohi hit ive prie ������* bav
nnd done much to damage-legitimate j
inining. They have also tended loj
check the flow of capital, the hick of j
which has uatui.illy kept down the
gold output. The geology of 1 he district '
has been carefully studied"'by I'rofes.sur
��H.'A. F. Penrose and I)r. Wbiliiian
Cm**, of the Uniled Stales geological
suivev. and the results oflicially
published in what i- known as lbe
lJike\s Peak 1m.Ho. i-sticd by the above
inst it rt ion.     ���    _ '
'���The held h.is.also  been   s(ud*eil   by
iiunieious mining engineers (if national
.���imi international repute. *��  thai   it  is
now faitly well ti   d-'i-stoi'd.    The   con- J
ceustis of opin'o i  is Hi.it.   the   di*tric(, J
while pernianei'il as.*t liiggobl pioducer. ]
i-   of   volcanic   origin   and    pei ubai-ly !
eriatic.    In other word-,   certainly   or',
colli inuil V of v eills a ml o. e chutes can- |
ii ol be'assumed e.l her ..it'M ally, or w il b
(lerth.    The   res-u't,   i-���and    I! is   will
. ' * , ...
MirrriM- a great i. ai.v    that 1111111111   is
uioie of a lotlei y ,iu ti.'.s di-triil than
elsewhere in Colo; ado. .'u.il lli.lt a mei"e
liovice'in milling may. by pure clia nee.
iiiuacto-sa ii.-h vein while an expcii-
eiiccd    milling   man.   after   tl'.e    niosl
Some Simple Tests.
The M ining and Klcct ric News gives
.some lesit, for lead, silver.'gold, copper
and iron ores ;...        ���
Lead and silver.���Take a piece of the
ore to be examined, powder it and p.is-
The liil-01 -mis-; inetliodss, ^if t-onduct.-
itig minjiig operat ions .���ire f;i st di*ap-
pearing in (;olorad(;.,says,a jcofYvia'Hipo-
rary. J'J.vjiericiice has sliovvn thaL*- tin-*
.same rules which 'govern _ other operations .should be applied It- , 'i-.
Propel ly conducted,   il  is ito
know'l'roui day  lb  '���        '        v.'Iues  'in
I sight,md I In* i-osl o' ,,, odncl.ion.   Uiid.'ei*
��� ��� , , such a sv.stcin tin ��� ���'can be nodiirei;(t*-uce
or t.liere.'iooiits   ol   the powdered   ore, I,..:,     ,   , ,, , /* ,      ,.
, . ' t I ol principle   between   tihe   piir(-*h,*as(f,-ol
pi.11 e it on   an   11011   siioon,   and    roisl  ���     .   . ���'���      "-*:'', 1
1 ', ,,     .     , . ,.,        i luiiimg property   ,1 mining stocks  and
.,   ,     lint il no smell ol sulphur arises.     Place    ,, '    , ,      ,.    *
ii-ev.'iiled 1    ,' ,      . ,.  , ��� Ihe purchase oi ,1 htriii
' the samples 111 an evaporaLiiig di-h and
.M iih-s1,-wi ve   a
i* ,
, im'a.sura'.)!e i 1' i-iinil" value."   It is'.with-
��� \       ,
,| in th'e reach of a buyer lo ascertaiiKtbe
i exacl c nidi! ion and present value  ,iihd
i pios|ioct.s of   inciease.  oi'   Lbe   piopeil.v
ic may coiit'-iiplate investing in.
Jack .Sands k iilvv.iy.s pi ep.il ed tu dii,
leaining anc' hauling   of   all, kinds   ������'
I slim test not icu.     See, him   11 bout ,yn 1
I winter wofid. v"   . '       'h
diluted wit h a little  more   boiled   'aio.
snow, ice or distilled water, and allow
F il. to settle. If cloudy, the sobiliill
j must be filtered.' If clear, carefully
I pour oil' I hi""Holul ion from I he sediment
jintolh.ee portions in threi'' dill'erent
j, glasses.    Add. lo   one   portion   a    few
drops   of   common    sail,    solution     of
muriatic   acid.    This"   vvMl    precipitate
lead  a'id   silver,   if   any.   as   a    white
chloride: add the .-alt sol 111 io:t until I lu*
0 , ti
in ecipil alion .ceases.       Pour    off     the
[ sola! ion and svn*li t be pre'-tpilate  with
j boiling wale:*: this will (li-solve it,, if
lead, lea v ing 1 he silver in the residue;
pour oil'I he solution from tbe precipitate, and add ammonia to the .precipitate, vvhii b will /dissolve il if silver.
The ciil.ii ide of sil'. er, if exposed lo t he
-uuli'ibt,  turns  in   ,*(   duiker  shade  ol"
i-olor I ban llic i hloritlc ol lead,   ard   in ', -����-�� n-i""- 011 "i- l>;i'i.-J m vm-i i,.^_  j..^^.^-
ibat case "'ill nol dis-olve in aurnonia    I     I levels! oko. li. ('.. IVli. IH'i. 1S'.I7.
Il should.   I herefoi c,   be  done  (piickly
and under ( oyer.
Gold.- To (be original and .undissolved on- add (aipia n gia) one pint
I'ilric    lo     two '  parts     hydrochloric
;.. daily.   .
I'.icilii;"  ���'    - *   lli'.ii   -
'__     Aiiuyvv t.vui: Hi?v'vai 'rit_\iN��-       '
Ar.-iv 0 \')i'.V), /J'siti-rla*, -..c,X]Hii"-4ti..vs. Sal iiiM.ij -,
l,(*.ivu   l(i::-I0,   S-;im(i,ij-i,rTitios(lA>'^.  'I'lnif-d.ivs.'
.. .'.i/afl ,'!fi   ~\~i\T.'^liS'.'-i-'
1 r.tiiis on  Arrow Like   Rr.iiuili  (.oiun-.jl,
An-ovvTiciKl'vvltli (>. tt'\��. (Vi'�� .S-ri:.\.Mr.i: N vici.*si'
���   (,.'���-���.���       ���*���*./
,1I1,IKUI!< '���*   -
'    '     ' ���'���'To aid. fron^--,
Rossland, Trail .Creeli, Nelson,
Kaslo, A'ins\vorLh. Pilot Bay, ���
' NciKn-sp,'-; N W'' Denver,
' sT'liree -Fo. --CB? Sandon ''
Well seasoned    -    -    -    Clear Cedar, -=-=--'-
Wide,  Clear Cedar and  Pine for  liar and Counter Tops. ,
0   , Kxtra long' dimensions a specialty.
.Hutchison euncuregor
Grand Prairie Potatoes!
Have you tried tliem !
r Best in the market.
j^or fiill informal ion as Lo rates,
apply to
Establish Yourself in
"ANTKD   AT   ONC'I*]. -- A-JTI \
Agents   for   eacii   counlv.     1
risk.    Clear .*j;l^)!) to $2,"3()0 a yea'r.,    I- ���
close stamp fm* toll part icnlai-s,  or 2 .
lor   !*;]    sample.--H'g   IJipiiN   Minei.
���Water (!o.. Dig Rapids. .Mich.
i,. . ."'A
,1s.        / .���.,     41*    I   f
'       I      ,    ..*      I - ..,,-.
:,   i 1 v j 1..'. .ji ��� ���
,*��� - * ��i��
,;i~ ?.~.
\ lA.  PHliS'lX*. 11 \ 1.1 fm- i'i K'iif.j.1 I > in '
J~\     rbntte-t'.-i!   Li  l i'C(.'  n ilii:'  I i.ii,   ,1*   I
uM,n-r 'ml of l.'is'n -ss I i*;.( it.*.- all s u'l (l.')n
vl 1 * '���   -
/ n-i   rr *.t- ,y
. - -*i
--- c ' ti v   .   T
Phe.fast growing centre of North
ca'refol invest igiti.ni. may  utleily   fail | (m-irial ic) acid, to cover theoi e.   Digest
lo Iind a pound of 010.    It is a.l.-o common In'- a v.-hrio   loriniiiatf ahiuptly,
loavinir   no   clue   as   in    the   probable
direct ion of it- 1-0:1 t!i:u   t "on
"Out of a dozen tyj ica! 1 a-esof me.i,
selected at nu.doin.' who have niadi
I'd 1
SCO,< 11MJ uut of uiiiiii'g iu t'ii| pie .t'.reek
silli.' J.i.2. two Were p.iinte s, I vv o
f.-utners,   two   | lumber-,   one  a   ticket'
i   11
.rf...<. .u t
, )L.--.r'-i- .1, -*-V"i 1
"\T0riCl. IS IIKIIKUVGIVKN'   Unil   I.   Cory
L>     M nliiiiio).. nitt-'iisl* HI  (lay- at 1 ei- dan; Lo
11111 Uu ,i|iplii.ilion to tlie Cliiul  ('(iiiiinissKiii i- dC
l.iinil- ,unl Woi-l-.s lor  in'riiiissnin  1,1  )iiii-c1iii-(*
(il').K.i'i's nl  liiii'l   s,iln.lliitl   (in   l'"i*li   l.'ivi'i1, Iju*-.
I'or hall an   boil'-   gently   over  a   I.imp,  ' iic.ui.   Wc-,1,  iCa't.-n iy.  and  1 iiniin-iii.aiiK  at ,1
,,1,1 ���,.,, ill,,',,.1   .,,',,1 ,.1 ,,.,. 0    in   -i  i l1'1*^ iil.i-ioit   j-i-i   a-Jiivu   Has c.ui.von   on   I'l-li
add vvat.'i until tool, and place il   in   a j Iji^,!.,,,.',.���������������.,, ,������..-. otie iii.k*. i.icik-c u.ist
ul.is'sni   test  tub.   Now add a fewdiois    iiao tiitlc, l,liuncu  suulli niiu mile,  lluac-i  vvrsi,,
' niio milo 10 iiiiioo oi (���(iiiiiii(.'iic-oiii( nl.
lVUivl -\laivli -'.'ill). 1.97. .VI-Ol
till   solution,  if gold,  a
will     be    show n ��� " Th *
Pin pie of Cassin-."^ This,   nn  i-hakiug.
of chloride 0
purple   toloi
tunes v.irving   from   ^LMWiO  to $2,-j if l<'(>   much   ol   tbe   chloride   has   not
In ok or. one a si boob 11;. si i r, two di ug-
gists, one a grocer and one a cai*| et.ter.
There will un'd( iibledly be a numberof
new foiluncs made in (Jiip| le C.reek
vvi'biii ihe next year or I vv o from gold
actually taken 1 ut of 1 ho ground, aid
during lbe same period a very large
sum in tin atrgi cgate w ill doubtle-s be
lost ui dissipated in ill-coin eivi-d and
p Mirly  iiiiinngci.   enterpi ises.  .Huch   is
been added, will disappear. Add a
lit lie siilphal e of iron solut ion, ami it
will foi in a brown precipitate, which
will not disappear on shaking.
Copper.���Add ammonia to a portion
of the first solution, and if co| per i-
present, it will give ,1 blue color.
fi -st    ,*
Private Bill Notiso. ,
V7 OTICi: is hcroli.V}fiv*i'n thai .i;i|ilu:.il ion will
liu iii.Kl.' I'J Llio I'.u-li.uncut nf C'.lii.iiI.i. sit
H-.  ii'-'\t   stiss'iiii,   lur an A el,  tn  iiiuoi'iiiiiMtu 11
u.inr.i.i'iy I, > (��� msl "iicl, ( 0,11111. viinjialc and 111,1111-
t.iui .1 si'.indarii or n,in*ovv-);.nn,'o i-,iil\v,i.v from
.1',i lint al oi near lhc head nl (l.ilun.i o.* 'I'liiiin',)
I ay, on i.'h; 1_j; 11 >.-i* A.tou l.-il>.', in Llio  Jli-lrioL
uf'West Iv .(ii"iii.v, in   Llio   I'mvuicl1 nl   llrilisli
(--(iliunbia, in .1 iio'.iii. ,11 or H-.M1- Llic l'"orl.*> ol Lliu
I l,.ir.l..L'i I'l-i-uk. 111 fie '..iid d.-.!i-i-t, vvii 1 ii.ivver
,r--Add to a nol her p irtioli of the J to build a ln-.i'iu'i lino Iimiii .1 ikhiii on I a- main
,    ,. ,.,   , ..    ,.        ,. i lino (>f s.v.(l <-a.lway aii ail I I milu-, Iimiii ti.ilon.i
olnlion    11    III.tie    ol    the    leinr     n,iY to ri.mt uiku. .ei 1 lm-\-fjn 1 liu- said mil-
cyaiiide of I'Olas-inni   solution   (yellow I vv.iy or hnilil Ihmiijii Imes J iiereof ii|i oillioi* or
(Prussian ��� lue
, IkiiIi ihu n(i:'i!i <in I -.0111 !i bi-.inclics nl   llic l..if
])i'iis.ial e of potash).     II inm is piVsimt    (it,,ui Ci-col; for a ilisian.-j of lt-n miles on uii'iui*
,     ..    1 1    ' 1   ,  '   .,.111     I,,.       1,,,,,,,     lii.inrli, .mil also to Imilil n hr.in.ili li-oni a ;niinL
:i    deep    bbi"    color     will     lie     ^'^'^ " I f)11 i;k. M,,xm i,nu of s-.id  imiHmi.v .il.o*.ii S inil.-s
1 fi-mii (ialcn.ijlav ior a di-tnu.*..* nl  il mile 11 |i
I'Vi l!n or :'" and with  lnil!i"r iinvvcrlo linild,
', ct] 11111. iipui-ai.' and iii.iintiiin I .!ci;<.i|ili and 1��. I��_-
I iiliniiu line*, aii'l lo Inuld vvh.ii'v i". and iIooK-. 111
. iiiiii-ictt' 11   ''.L'l the  -ml riiilw.i.v ;   nnd for all
(itli.'t* 11*111.1.   m ���> '-��� ��� .ity or   inci li'iiuil ri-fliL*.*
' |i(ivv. i,i ,*.a I *,riviii'.ri_'*. .
I),ili.-d Hi!- -..ili il iy of .In 1111.1..v. A.H. 1 1)7.
";":,iii;.i.i!v.A\'0',nT;i.7* *c iiaunaim),
hi" lliiiird of Tin Jo linildinj*-,
' I .i-,t ion Si reel, Vi.-loi i.i, U.C.
,  IMI.   ' solii iL.irs for lhc Aiilil'caiils.
A good Shoe difTcrs from its
wearer in that it should always
be properly "on its uppers."
How it gets there, has everything to do with the comfort it brings
to  the foot.    Putting sole:; on their uppers is hardly a spiritual
work, but it's the big end of Shoe making.
Then: arc three ways of doing it���by'the use of pegs, Mackay
stitching, and tlie Goodyear \vc!t or hand sewn process (Slater
Pegged or Mackay stitched shoes are known from the other
make.by th'jir pitting welts on the sole of the foot> instead of
having them put on the sole cf thc shoe.
They do this, because the pegs, or stitching, go clear through
thesole, under tho foot, where thc full wejght of the body, pressing
upon the surrounding leather, raises hard lumps around every peg
or stitch, and these in turn raise painful callosities, and corny spots
on thc foot.
The soles of the Slater Shoes, are sewn to the welt (or strip
of leather which projects beyond the sides of the shoe), away from
thc foot, leaving a s nooth and pliant surface under the foot while
retaining all the elasticity and,springine.s3 of thc sole leather.
This is th; Goodyear welted  or  hand  made  method,  and
these  "best in   the land"   shoes   a-e  stamped  01   the  soles  at
"$3.50 per pnir."    Other facts about feut you'll find in a little
' book '" Thc Sick Man uf Leatheihouse"    Ask for a free copy from
"The Sister Shoe" Store
TFw '���ig'^ Th.T-r TV- Tl": npTTi?^T"FyR'
Columbia & Kootenay _
Steam Navigation Co.im
Hall's Landing,
Hoi Spring's,
Nakusp, Three Forks
Nelson, and Slocan Points,
Kootenay Lake .Points,
Trail  Creek,   Rossland,
Northport and Spokane
--.SHOULD TAKE Till':���
l-cavo*.  Airowli.'.i'l1 for  X.ikn��ii   and   K0I1-.011,
Moixlii-.-, \Vi'(lnc*..l.iy*.nnil 1' i-iil.iv-.nt, 7 pan.
|.ca\.'s   liOl.Min   for  N.iUn**li,   Arrowhead   iunl
C.ui.ulian I'.u-illu Kailway pninl-  (c.t.*.l   nnd
1    \vi*ilnii Tiii'Mlay*.,  Tliisr-il.r*,*. nn.l  S.Uiir-
diiv--.ll bi'l.l pan.
(Jiiiiiuclinn i*. niadi1 at.   KoIimiii   Willi  ('. & Iv.
li'v for NcImiii and all pdiiils'nn Ivooli-nay  lake
.111*11   wild   slciimui-   '-Lylinn'   lor   Tiail    nnd
Nurlli|i(iil. '   t
Kor liicil linn' c.ir.l nf liiu ('(iiiip.iii>'s s-li-.ini-
CI-. on Kiiolin.iy l.nkc aiipl> In H10 ]iiiisim-(in
l-'orlnll inlni-ni.ilioii lis m tickets rale**, clc.
niijily In T. Allan.  S.'i-rclary, NcImiii.   HI'.
Osi'tilioate cf 1'n H^i-stiMthi
a Foi'eigii Cosiiphny.
Ci.iii|i mil *-Si 1 I'nit IV.. ami   A.'ii.niiiii..' Ail*.
Stonek'ig-;. Mmii'ff fomp.'in.v (Foreign).
1 ii;i-l   nil liu '-'.nd da,, of l-'i lir.'.i.'y, IMIT.
t IIKIir.HV I'lllI'l'lI'V 1I111I 1 liiiic, l!n\ diii
I ti|-*l rid l!a "-Inn U-m'i .M'iiiii;'" I'mu,
11..111 " il 0 1 i.,111. uii 1 -i Hi* " 1 'u 111 j. inn-. Ai I/'
I'.u-i I V.. *'l;..-_',-!i.ii .111 oi i'l'i-. 1-,'ij (-oiiip inn-."
,'.nd Ailiciidinj A( l*.
Tli" la.el (.111  col  i'ii     ml   ('iinpuiy  1* -iln-
a-'d.il Milnalik. e, ill I liu .-'Ml"  nl   11 i-.i-nii-.iii,  .
I . ** A. '
Tin (ir.jccl , fm' �� hi. li I lie .'oiiipaiiy i1- (sl.ili-
li-ln (1 an* .���
'I'., 'iiiic'in-���. :i f|ii:ic, (ijicc.ilc. cm liliimc
l'old. illnrli-'a,'' . -"II. 1 a- . mil iiuiu) mine,
iiiniei.i -. i r lend-, (��� iil.iiniin; in siippo-i-d In
c ml u'li. 111:11 -, nun ��� al*.. di.ji ������.s(��� or atirilernns
-md*. or Krav( U. and i;eiii:ralli In t \w;f in llic
iiiinini; Im-ii.--.-. and In ik-icln|i iind opcr.ilc
mini - o1" a'l kind-, ,i:id I ir!i-,',i���'i- in ,-iinl ini'iv
nil Uic liil-'.n -- nt |nl'-> li.i-im;, en clinic, cdli-
-Ii iii.l i;i_'. 0,11-1''...D-; a'. I iiininliianii-; d.iin-,
i m,i',- (IiI'-'k-. *.ial i'v'iijs, 11-.-i i oil*-. Kilt."..
(. nu -. so c-\i,iv-. -I'lici-. Iiinncl-, m.iIci-
ii) i.ii-. I'.ne*. iii.ii'i,i'i yy. unililini.'.. and IKlin-c*,
- nt.,hi". ' in- .--a.ii in* cum elm ni i.'i- I lie
nl.li/al li i' ,if ",i an I lur liu ;ai.*|iii-.i of I .idi-.iiilic
p'.i  (I- miii'i, .*-. ni oi.i  r    I-, ��� -
I ii d i .i:m) p -fo' ic i 11 . . a. I nn 1 II liif, imi
ii. ii in -pei ill -.1. Im. v, In.'i ii.ai In nc * .iry.
;. . p r. or c\p 11' ni In." l'l - -i I , ' *,-. oi' 11 mil nl
, ii- (  .nip an . in'i   in   n-'-.iiiii   w " i  1,m: nnd
in   ;.u -imi I   II-  piii|.o-(- ami   nl,,  . I-,   In
p-.l*'-'-,.- . ,i|inie. iiii'd. -ill. H nl. ninil-s.i^c.
In |.. i'ic" il . ���.;��� iilh.-i i> i-i* ! an li, and dis|io-,i'
.. a'.l '...ii I - o i-i al in- |. *i*o ma! pinp " I.*-. and to
cm -i i-, .i'I .ii. r. nd li.iiic'n -i -, .in ;ii ,il I i
Mil ! ll-lli --. p*!'*p . .lll'l Cl'iK-i I- lll'l, III
-'i . .Ih .!. i.f ,ni, o'   I	
'!'lc . a*-il i' 'il . '' " - ii I I'oiiip.iii, .- on ���
lit].1*1..in d.. I.i -. i.i. nl 1 inlo nm . md,. 1
Mi(.ll-.rid -li,'.'. - ifllic |i.ii -.Mini nl I cu dollin-
.-,!' !i,
(>*.icn nn li I i  y   i,ind  an 1   - .'.I  of olli c.   .il
Vi.ti.rin.   I";..i  . (; , nf   II n.i-li   ( nliimlii.i.   I.iiin
-.'.'ml ikiv-.if I-'. In I. i  v. I'!);.       .'   -.
.'    Si.sj     , :;- V. AV-'.)-)'."T- )N.
l.'-ll l.'i-i;! JsMi* nt'.Inlnt HInek ('(mip.inics..
���     o -
CHEAPEST row'-e to lIic OLD COUNTltV.
V iNcot vi ti. irimi lln'.il.iv   ,    .ll.ifi I) ~'n
Set*i'-i| \s,        '��� " ,  . April II
I.AI-.IIAII'lll     ,   " "      ���    ..Apnl   17
(From llnliliii I
Lii'ltl N'l'i i.s.  , Mnreli -J7
I'MtlMAN ���       \pl'H I'"'
Mo.s'ini.l.'S' "   -I
1.1*:.*. VI-:':   LINK.
,     (!''  SI. .Inlin. N'.H.I
I,Mil* \\'l\SII'l (!     Miii-.-Ii I"
L.its'i' Iii im:        "    -I
Lak1. ri' iT,i:i(iii     . .       .    ' "III
I,\m, <)Vi Mini..  .    . ���    .     April II
C'n'iin *?l linnl iipivar.il..    Iiilcrim ill.ilc Mill.
S("er.lis-ciil |n".i'-l Ml   ::.
I'.ism il^i'i*.  Iicl..lul   MiI-oiikIi   In  nil   pnilhiil
Ureal I -ti II it in .mil ll ( liind. null nl  -pei-mlli   loiv
laic- In nil p.ii'1*. (it llic Kai-npinn i (iiiliin nl.
Apply iiin.-.irc-l -.Icin.-liipnf i.nliiiiyiiKcni.in
I.*T. B".f3V7.";TSn. A-J'on';.]flr.volstolcc,
Or    In    'A'ii.mam     Sl'IIT.    (lenci-.il      A^ei   .
If you intend to purchase, as your
'field of choice diminishes daily.   . .
For Lots Apply to
Sole Agent.
ntDMUK ES*����CWOMlkr��3SUM*r.01Utfl��JZenSU��VC- 3X7-?SSI7?*KXt*~ -**x
!l:l."i .Lin
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Cut   This   Out.
M 1IN   I.INi: TH UN'S.
Kit-si Jldiin.l (No. 'JI iii-riii*. ilnilj
Wcht     "       I Nn, 1)
Aiiitiiti' I, lit i: in.'inch 'nt.iiN-.
Affile Tiic-,il,ii-., Tlnir-.-l.ii-. S,ili|i'd,n-,.:i:.'HI p.m
Hijp.irl .Si.nd.iy-, Tin -,l.i.\-, 'I'll in via.i*.    I::H) pan
|!| V|*|       -sI'lllsT. I'.(l.
Cld-c for llic ue-l ... . X"U p in
i ,i-l .       . .*'"'! II I.I
" "        -, mill. Sun.. Tne , Tl.iir.   :i::t'i p.m
l;..\. SI,iii,in        i.Dini in., :i:"'i pan
line fi-.ini Ci/'iicl       . .. Iil:ni,i,iii
" "     O, ,|.| .. .".:1". p.m
s,, il li. Tin* , Tliin-.. Sal    .1-1. p.m
I!i*i. .**l ilii ii.        in a.ai., ..:1. pa-i
i:l i I I.- r M.'I  *()' 11IIi.s  imi.
(-|i,-elo,-llii- iic-( . ' .    I:(i"p.m
in-l .        .        . IWlii m
-mnl'i. Tne. Tliin*... Sal    '.i-mnni
l;--v( '.lokc '���> a in.. I .nn ,i,in
Inn; fi-uin l,li(j ivesl .;:.-,.- '.V.'.Vi nan
':        en.-l -. 1:l-"�� p.m
;-i.ini.|i. Wi'il..'1'Yi.. Mon,. ..Sl-.Vliian
���'        ���".    :   Ucvt'l-il.iikc.......M::<;iii.m.. I:l'i)i.m'
BUY"    OS    WORK   THEM.
Will iMideriake to handle linncU of* Flectric. Sleam or
1 lor-e ('.'ir K.iilwa\ s, oi- Municipal Hoi.els, ard Uuiltl Water
Works.     Address lull particulars
fihatlan Investors end SeoEPiiies Ccmp.any^Lid.,
.17 and   19 .P>roadway,  Xew York City. PAGE  THE KOOTKNA-Y  1  (1/  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A.K. & A.M.  The regular inci-tini;  ~'jy       iii-t* hold in the Miis-  ~'A   ,   tiiiioTeiiipIe.BimriK''-  .���������--TK^^   Hall,   nn   the   third  :^iim^ki^f==-   .Monday    in    each  I=V3&-,. "-^SJ^\^-"^. month   al   S   p.  in.  -���������"*     '".-'->,,-"     Vi-.it im;    lircthrcii  cordially iieliomed.  TI. K. rtJIVTHK. si:oi.i.t.\!.v.  KST.\HLIS|[|':i> 1S1I2  vi'%  ,c*  D.  VICTORIA.   M. C.  -<S7~  ���������REVELSTOKE LDDGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  Ile'.'iil.ir nc-eliii'r-i are held  in O.I'lfclloiv-' Hull every  Tlinr-.il.iy  ni^lit  af   cisjlil  ->������5>-V"'*2r^ o'cliu-k.    Vi-.il inif In ot her-;  ' ordially iiolcoiin-.l. '  T. .7. (JUAIIIIM. Si:c.  Z,oyal 0**ang& Lodge No. 1G53.  It'-ifiil.ii* iiicciin^*. ,ire held in  tlie Odd I-'ulloii*,' Hall on (lie-  -.ecinid an 1 fourth Wednc-day'-  nf cic-h month at 7:'!il p. in.  Visitimr brethren are cui'iliall.1  inviled.  T. STKI'.ll.,     T. .1. (,-lIAIIA.M.  SV..M. lire. Sucy.  BORN.  Jll7NTI_l..- At Revelstol.c, (ill Tilui-*--  /|uy, April 1st, the wife of Snnnicl  ,Uiiiit������.r, nf   tin- Kic-lt.-ijxii)   Indi.-in  C(l.,   (if il  Mill.  AliEV.- -At,  Revelstoke,   mi   Saturday.  April ���������-, I In-- wife df I'Y.-tnk T. Alicy.  !  T-.  -���������s^-^wswi^' CoiiiDleteH31133Furnishings i\x  /���������I   ** ���������   S~l~^-2&X&fiSli?ly~> ,ir--l\ -, ��������� ���������  '', -   .   ,.,��������� "_    ,'    .-. ....     'S     ff~~*e,  .< *-��������� :. ��������� "'������yc.'.. ?-v ':-..>.~--  '.V- '       ,        '  ���������>   <- ', '  .-,  ->  X:  ^W'^^V^m^   Larn-csL   stock   west   of Tor-,,-  ���������i'       >*-*-.        -**i/ ^-W^  r;/.  Write  to   us   for  Prices  arid   Illu .* *.i.' .a.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  George Iii Loi ii ci is up from tlio I-ur-  <rle-iu.  Tf you waii I tlio. In tost,-got oik; of  those luce Holerns at Co'inxier's.  Tin* ci nit iinet for lievelstoke Hospital  i ��������� '  Jias lipfii let.    ,  i ��������� . '  A. N. Smith is builc-iuff next to the  .bakery.  All first-class hotels keep Thorpe's  jfsod;i. waters.  'J: J. Foley, of  Anowliead, ' was   in  -town Wepnesday.  J. i\.'' Hull,' of Kainloops, was in  ���������town this week on business.  Mrs. C. F. l>ot,liai>)ley left on Thursday for Calgary.   .  Jlua-h McPhtii-son, of the. (-rent  Northern,.Trout Lake, was in town  Wednesday. "' ���������  The Coiiiniercial liolel is the Lest  .place tpiput ii]) when you aie in Van-  t,,  icouver,  P-pi-fact fitting .Stylish' Dressnm!.ing  -nt- Coutv-ier's.  , Miss   Chase,   has   leturneil   f'r.oiu   a  week's visit at Arrowhead.  New l.lankets and I hessing Jackets  sit Coursier's  ���������-fiei  ;H.''N.. COURSIER;  eneral ������������������.Merchant'.  '   ���������KiE'V'EjijSTO^: ":.���������.:-..'  this space 'reservep "Uu  "-������> -  :   k of the above :  n' jlfcs, Shelf-brackets, Butts,  ":. as, Sash-fasteners, Latches,  '.ASS, ALL SIZES.     -  .   d ground; "White   Lead,  Raw and'Boiled  n'Saws; Bailey Planes, iron and wood, Etc.  A.T   LOWEST   PKICBS.  REVELSTOKE  ���������? STATION,   B. O.  i r  n, McFeely & Co.' Ltd.  WIIOLrCSAU-;  ' Miners', Mill and Blacksmith Supplies.  ���������,ti 'i'  .,. ware   -   -   Stoves   -   -   Enamel Ware.  JVA STREET,       --,.-,----   VANCOUVER, B. C.  Dan Ale line im.         ,  ���������spending the winter in the���������'K.ist.  H. N. Courtier   and   wife,   returned  ���������Monday  from, a   two   weeks   i isit    t.o,f  POST-OFFSCE   SIC  r//-Trr(t.s/i rev.  ���������J.   K.  )V. , M ACFA \\ LAM K, Jl������na<,.:r.  :.e. .:  .-.. ionsr ^atoorisis go. zmriD.  f* r i  : "      r ��������� '^^Sjgr^.  CANADIAN  ��������� if'v t.,'  , I -, J i  ���������J--  (LIMIT!  Capital, 81,500,000.   ������  .Manufacturers of Elect '*���������* "���������.-v'jvv ^ ���������,!���������;,; ^'���������'". ur-/  Locoinoti.ves, Coal'Cutlers, Iveeipioratii,     ' v', T   '���������'''',     * 'I1'.  '���������  "���������  " -'_"   ''":  Lighting App.-n.itus. ' ,  MATHDQ     lOilher of Diiec-t  '    -,.*('.    I;...,-   , nase Typos; Suitable  N\\J  I  L/hlO    fm. ,im- make of i'an,' Puiup', Jloist   or Crusher.  ���������    FJe.-irii.-al Tiansinisson'of, Power, hy (uu* Tlnee   Pl'iasc System,, successfully  operated up to "i0 miles. ' ��������� b     "   ,  ��������� L-^-H.C'.HRANCI-I  Ol'iH^I'S-���������  Granville ati-c.r    -..-.-���������--��������� -w-rR , '- Kootanay District���������NELSON    '     -: -YiTBIT-E]     US-' "    2--������l-fSm  "rs::-.,;',,,.,:,,,.,���������;,������������������,;,- ]revelstoke:'iron works '...'  Calgary and has   taken   a   position   in j ��������� ,      ' ���������  J-iourneJiroe. stoie. ,       j ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������-*-���������-  Piejmi-Htiims for a liir������e  and   selecl {  Il^iS  display of  Millinery and   I-'ancy (hioil.s ���������               ���������          ~T7rt"-'  is being made at. Coursier's.    . I ������������������ ' .^.**-_^  ijus ���������". ri'..i!;,".  ' ���������* si' " ' i     , _-^;n(.lci".S.  ���������-.lijiiiOcrs, boilcr-  m;ikcrs and ;nanuiac-  turcr.s. of.al! classes  of machinerv.  REP IN'STOCK',  a   full :.supply of  engineers' . and  mill s'ujiplics.   pipe   and  .learn    fiuinifs,"     wri'od-  |    split pulleys, oak tanned  "ftMiF of AiexaiidbF St. '&& -V/8stminstCF Ave.' Vanooiiver, B.C.'  P.O. Drawer 754., < _ ��������� ,' , -.      ��������� > 'Cable address " Coye.''  H-^  ,   ^  =3=  CO  C3  o  ������     I-  w '"to  CO  Blacksmithing and Jobbing    -  Plumbing and Pipe-Pitting  Tinsmithing p������nd  Sheet Iron work  Machinery ��������� Repaired.  MINING WORK OF   ALL   KINDS   A__SPECIAL]fj'-**^tsr^4^  Revelstoke Station'.  o  <1)  3  j;  , Robt. Gordon, Proprietor,  I , l    C3      ���������*  p^v    ������,   W  ^    'r  ^5    O   ^.' C3  O  ���������������������������,   s; -i  CStU1"  L.   i   ^-H "7? ji   5  H-���������3 '= i=  C3  o  u  Li  -   ��������� (J    t  ���������A ~ o ^^  E r O  rt  t: i. ojj -~������  /:,���������= -> -"-  ? >, < :=:  y-   - tr   "-"'  = u  "~"  :v Z  "='". I  :f O.  = j. -j  r   ������������������ (-  - / 6  r-l ca'  ir  ���������   R. HOWSON &l GO. ���������"  ��������� i        i>  ��������� --     Dealers in--.���������  Furniture,  Doors,  Sashes,   Blinds  ������and Collins.  Agents for Fi r.rn. :���������'! S".iii-.' M,i**1i-'i e. .M.uii'.f.i.'Uii r-i - Life InsuiMfice .Society,  l*'Sion I'll" In*' i .i'i' ������������������ (A. I't'i". in: i.ii iiuiidiiig ;iiii| 1.1111,11 Asssoei.-itioii.  ( li.'i.W-  ,11..i   Pl,%V(;s,  riiTfWHrtaiBiggsa'.'aa tSP^^s^Krrr^sT^-.-Tsr.'atrrr^r-^rrrr-iirtri^^ .ri^t... n  T  <E  CITY  The centre of  T. Xj. HAIG-.  NOTARY   Pt'Iil.IO  Kf-IVMLSTOKK.  U.L.  t = ������   6   '< Mining and P^eal Estate Broker and General Com-  -    a mission Agent.    * ���������  <=o  ��������� ��������� 5 !=  C  '" l> ti ^  I o SO  ~ . OT c O  ,     HRE.  LIFE ^ND ACCIDENT INSURANCE."  ,   F!f'0if"s(-n;.!ri\*: of Mie Kno'"n;!\ Sm.-1'iir; il. Tr.iii;.'i-.f Syn'iiinto.  .\i:r*;.\'r i-'Mp Ti:<ii'i i,.\kl������ i'tv  i:v w-*i'c������i!'i  k.\.-*,lo a- .v\i-:r.**p  THOS., DUNN& CO.  \\  .il'U   l\''!,i!,   ! It-.'A.i  IMPERIAL' BANK  OF. CANADA.  . Capital Authorized, - S2,000,GOO  Capital Paid-up, - - - 1,903,600  Rest,         1,156,300  directors: [Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and  a s. howuxd.    .    -    proHidont.' ,    .        Ship Chandlery Supplies.  T. R. MERRITT.     -     -      Vlcc-Prcsldcnt. x J" L  William Ramsay. Hugh Ry.in. Robert -^" ' ���������' ">li'| '��������� ''��������� ii'''   ' l"  Jalfray.   T. Siithorlanrt Staynor. sh(.lf      .^       ,f(M^ | I ,\ K I )\V A K L.  Head Office,    -     -    TORONTO.' ' ^2./^ f .'ar^'iiK-r,''   D.  n. WILKIE, Gcnor.-il  M.in.Tg'-r. ' , "~<^  Jr.Vsi'p's   Sl'-.-ls,    O.'i-   (    \V ..    (>,���������<���������   S.icR,.    \'A< . ���������  Pi,\ti*: ';,. \ss \ spk. i'ai/j y.  ===��������� and  The Point ������at 0which  RAILWAYS WILL CONVERGE,-  For prices and particulars,apply to  T. L: HAIG,  ���������    Real I ..sum: A^cnt,  RcvcIsLoke. B.C.  timtir-tmvsajs^xzt* fiatiwiimw nszaxaiarscziSKKa DnBaoaE."iLi-=ij-������rrart  L������il-,,      ������,V.  /IUASCJ/1'JS J.Y OSTMUO:  Hi��������� rv, Kitku-., fiitll.   Iii'^ci'sulj,   N'i.ipi"u   l-'.ilK.  I'url r.illj'.rn.-. It.'il  I'lirl-iifc. *il   ( .illi.-u-inc-s.  .-'mill   Sic.    Murif,   SI.   Tin.in,t-,   Wi ll.nnl. f Write ior fn form a lion.  \Vi,i>'l������t'ick. I  ' (Cur. U'cllri^'tnii .*���������(.,mil l.i.nl.i (.inn-  TllKOX'KI    Ydll^C inn! tjuct 11 **l->   III (UK Ii.  I Yiui^c ini'l Hlo(,i' SI-   llr.1111 li  Uli A SCIf US IX SOUTH- U'I'IST:  Kr.-iii'loii. M..11. I'm-lii'.'-i- Ijt. I'luiiic. M.ui  I'.ilKiiry. .-illj'irla. J'rinw All.irl. ^.i-l-  I-; Ini'ililnli. All.'i.    \Ytuiti\ti-K. .Mini.  HKITISII COLI'MIilA :  Vain iiiivci-.       .... Iii 1 cl-liil.c.  vxscovwm. j;.c.  E.G. PRIOR & OO. Lm  VICTORIA,  VANCOUVER, KAMLOOPS.  the COWAN-HOLTEN-DOWNS CO.  Wholesale Dealers in-  All kin.I'* (>l AiM'inil'iiiivii Iniplcnu'iit'-,, {'low-  ('jiii.'ifliiiii ;ni(l   Airi^fic:;ni   \V";i_yoii:-v;  i). C:,  at. prices  10 .suit,  the li'mc's.  oqd������ anddcbch^iircslioughtanilxoid. I  a. B,.B.HEAnti, Man%er1'.nevcir.ioke'. I Agents for Massey-Harrjs Bicycles.  A0EnT3:  I.(iMi(iN.'l'".\(.-.. Llovd's lliuil., I.l.il.    N'l'.W YoiM..  Iliui'ki.f Miiiiln-ii.1. '  'A Koijiral banking buslnt-.KB >.rans,ict<id.  ��������� B <     '     '    ' ' ���������'    I.IITfHV-,,   C,f'f (K'l%,  La'r^(.:st .slock in  ALES, WINES, SPIRITS AND CIGARS  ^E"V"Ei^s^oaES:E7 iB.e..


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