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 a  Vol. 3.-^No. 52.  ���������REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C.; APRIL, ,17, 1897  $2.00 a Year.  LAND QUESTION AGAIN  TWO   LETTERS   FROM'THE  ATTY.  GENERAL'S   OFFICE.  Say the trouble is occasioned by want  of interest on the part of Revelstoke   citizens ��������� Registrars ,in-  , ' structions when location of land  known.   '  Regarding the question of hind titles  in Revelstoke two (-(iiiiiiiiitfii'.-itioiis  have (hi** week been received from the  Deputy Allot noy;Gcni'i-;'il, ill, Victoria,  by the Secretary c-f the Hoard of Trad-'.  Ono dc-ils with Ihe resolutions of the  i-ci-ciit pulilic meeting on tlio .���������subject,  the- other is in reply to the Board eif  . Tiaele re the letlei- ol' the Deputy  Minister of Interior,, published last.,  week.  The reply in the first case says tli:i,L:  .VThe provincial,  jointly   with the Dominion, government ha*> taken .-ill step-  in its [lower   lei  settle   Lilies   at Revelstoke.,   *    *' *    The'   arrangement  arrived at  i-s  that anv  pel-son   claiming  title to disputed  land*- may obtain  a  Dominion Grown grant by simply communicating with this department aiiil  , executing a release  which   will be pre-  pnred here" a ml 'foi-vv.-u-eleel   to  liim for  execution."   The  letter  then refers to  the fact' eif  this arrangement   having  " liet'ii .'ldvei'ti.-ecl in IiVvelsteike iinil the  iss'u.-inc-e of c-iroula'rs  to everyone sup-  poseel to be cm   .-my lot claimed   under  ,    F.irvvell eir either poison.    It stale.- that  ' only   four  respenisi's  to  these - notices  li.-ive hi'i',11 sent  in and  these are being  dealt with, aid fin-tllcr, claims thai- the  parties   concerned   seem   to   lake   no  interest in " obtaining an absolute and  indisputable.-   title, such   as  is oll'ei-ed."  It   closes   by   saying   that   " iintil.. the  parties interested respond to our offers  ynii will'see  that  it is  absolutely ini-  ,'possible to pi occed further." .     -  ,    ��������� The second letter' received   from the  Deputy ' Alt'oi-ney.-Gener.il      acknowledges   that   registrars   hive   been   instructed   to   register  deeds to lauds at  'Revelstoke,'.-mil claims  that, the letter  "of  the    Deputy   Mmi-tei,   of   Interior  hardly places the inatterju a fair light.  Jt, further stales :   ,''Tlie',unly difficulty  ������Tthi-i   department   li.'i.-   Had  in the ques-  ' tion of registration of   til les 'lies in the  fact that we are. unable to- procure coi-  ,i-t'(-l. descriptions  of lands granted   by  the   Doniiiiion.     The  instructions    of  the 201 ll Sept. ISnti. we're given to cover  the registration of all   lands  which the'  , registrars were sure we're   in   this belt,  and the title- of which were otherwise  good."  The  board  of trade  is" actively   engaged in --ifling the mat,tci-.   * ,  Improve Fish River.  In ��������� conversation with J. A. Mageo,  superintendent, of'the Kootenay Luin-  liei Co., about- th.- improvement of Fish  River, he .stated that it is a matter  , worth looking into. " Foi my own  part," saitl Mr. Magi'e, " 1 should like;  Lo see .some money spent in clearing  jams anei snags out of the   lower river,  . -below the canyon, which would allow  log.*, being driven down, and 1 think tt  couple of hundred dollars   would effect  c a great impiovemenb there'. But although it would lie a great improvement  below the",canyon,   it   would   be a-still  ' greater- berre'fit to tile- country generally if an appropriation was see-in ed for  the upper i-ivei, I'l-oin the enel of the  waggon road. c I think that $1,000,  judiciously spent on 10 miles of Fish  .River above the canyon iu removing  Miagsand sweepers and clearing the  river, would be a gre.-iL improvement,  and would make it possible to run a  sih.-ill >>tcaiiier or steam scow. It  weuild also give great encotir.-ig.'nieiit  to men with valuable properties Lo put  them in shape for shipping this season  oi next." .  Fish River is a navigable stream  imining through an exi-ecdingly rich  mineral country and ha-- several good  mining propei-lies iumie-elinLely ele-  pende'iil upon it for* an outlook. It is  safe to say that a small appi opriatioi)  here would 1 e of great and immediate  benefit and, iu the course of a little  while, if supplemented so as to keep  the river clear, be instrumental in  opening up a trade which would many  time.- repay the federal outlay.  Dominion Estimates Down.  The estimates at Ottawa have come  down aud show a cut over those eif the  curri'iit, year of over, $1,5(10,000. The  total for 1890-7 was .S"*$7,emS,fi25 anei for  for '1)7-8 i- $SS, 11 ],������>!, a decrease of  $1,5S7,2G2. The principal decreases an;  in militia, over $'i()0,000; railways and  canals, over' $1-10,000,; public: works,  $173,000; Indians, $1-15,000: mounted  police, $125,000 ; penitentai-ies, $07,000.  The ine-i-i-.-ises are for agriculture, in  connection .villi, cold stograe .$(11,.552,  and' immigration .$11)303. , There- is also  .in increase irr custom?, for belli i- pro-  lection of re,veil ue, of $0,200.   ���������  Iu appropriations for B.C. there: is  $.71,000 for, Victoria post office, $2e),000  for, Frasei- River, $0,750 for quarantine  slat ion at . Williams Read, $5,0(X) for  Columbia River above Golden, jj-H.OOO-  for Duncan River, $'-!,.500 ������for Skecnn  River, $2,000 for the Columbia above  Revelstoke, $5,000 furOkaiiagan River,-  $0,000 for Nanaimo h.-u-linr. There is  $0,000 for surveys1'between Slickeen  River .'did source ejf the Yukon ; and  the Nelson customs service is increased  $.���������3,300. Tho B.C. judge's1 cn-cnit. allowance is increased $1,000; .-incl, "Westminster penitentiary vole is reduced  $2,000. ���������    '  ��������� From ,.Iulyf lst next ,the inteie-t on  deposits in the post oilice savings banks  will lie reduced from SA% lo 3%. eil'ect-  ing a, saving anniiiilly of $170,500.  'Amongst gem ral items are two sums  of $3,000 for statutes lo Queen Victoria  and Alexander .Mackenzie. - " C?  Following -.Reyelstoke's Lead. . ���������  ' At, a public meeting in Kamloops  last Tuesday I lie Vice-Pr esiilent of lhe  Hoard of Trade, .1. M. Harper, moved  and.W. F. Wood seconded a resolution denouncing the Bute Iiile?-Ques-  nelle re'i.'id, with t his ' rider attached:  "And also it is the opinion of'lhis  nieeli'ni? (hat no fin I her .subsidies or  aid should be granted railway coiupan-  io.s vvil liout the govet iiinent' 'securing  an ocpiivalonL asset in the nssisled company, and flint il has first, been determined t hat,such i ail way is likelv to bo  a paying concern or useful, in the de-  vel ipiii,'iit of the coiintrv."  In its editorial columns the Inland  Sjitliuhl siys :- "TliiA'ilizens of Revelstoke in I he resolution Ihey passed on  tlic,.S(.ii in-1,.,liiL the nail plumb on the;  head." Again,' "We hail Lhe Revelstoke resolution as an e.-uiiesi of lavois  to conn-nil over the country.* * *  That. Kamloops followed Revi'lstoke's  excellent example and passed a similar  resolution at Tuesday's rnee-tingalli.ii-ils  ground for congrat illation."  Slater boots at, Coursier's.      - *  ,TIip Sine Thing Mining and, Development Co. of Revelstoke; trustee-*;, men  of .standing; capital,' ������1,000,000;   paid.  U13 stock, two bits.  i '. . ,  Abrahamson Bros, have taken a  lease of llie old smelter offices and are  running it. as an .-innex to the  Central.'  WESTWARD WENDING.      '  People Coming 'in from the East in  Crowds Daiiy^  The rush to Kootenay continues and  every train bring.-in-its quota to. the,  already overcrowded labor market. So  gre'.-it was the rush last Tuesday  owing to one days block on the main  line that the numerous hotels in Revel-stoke were totally unable to accommodate the hundreds that hael to  remain in town over night. Messrs.i  Abr.ih.iinsoii Bros, leiok a lease at once  c  (ill the old smelter ollices and thai  night (Tuesday) it. was filieel from leip  to' bottom:. Hi ill Ihe visitors needed  beds and the Government Age'iit threw'  open the court hou-e which relieved  the anxiety of about twenty poor  .fellow'-seokinga long rcqiiii-e-d rest.   ,  This How eif imiiiigratiqn is going on  all the time and wit h the approach of  fiiiervve'.-il lii-rvv ill no doubt beine-rcase-d.  It is an iinfoi-Luiialo thing and to be  deplored that m.-iny of these immigrants  .(having slated the exli'iit.of their  moans) are certain'to have a'hai-el lime  in getting employment and, by their  e'litrance make- it doublv hard for those  already theie., All these people go  south where- the pressure is by,far the  greatest, and when', they have, been  wai ned lo keep away from. It'vvill be  ii miracle, with this' rush continuing,  if distress will'not follow shortly, but  it is hoped I hat anything'like acute  trouble may be averted.  Eastern papers vv ill do well to caution  the man with small means-from undertaking such a long journey with no  certainly of employment .-it,Lhe end as  is the case' with hundred ; of those now  coming and intending to come lo West  Kooleuay.      '���������  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY.  Happenings of  Interest Amongst its  Various Camps.  T1CAIL CRKKK.  On the Rug, near Waneta, a splenelid  body of copper ore has been struck in  the crosscut tunnel in 102 feet.  The Flossie L., one of Grant-Govau's  Rosslaud pioperLios has in sight a large-  body of highly silicioiis oi e assaying $1S  ,in gold.    The average value' is hovveve-i-  lint as high as this.  The vein appears fei have been found  on the Crown Point atJtho '100-foot  level. The whole face' of the' drift is in  ore averaging $22 in gold and no hanging wall in sight.  , The .sum of $'l50.000 has been  refused  for the Dundee claim. ,   '  The St.Klinn is reported better looking every elay iind the ore. body is 22  feet wide assaying $12 per ton.  The .Monte Christ o has a splendid oi e  showing.in the' lower funnel which is  iu 000 feet. ',   -    ,  Don't   forget  Millinery Display.  Willi Spring has come the annual  milliiicry opening al Coursier's. The  display of harmonious colors a 11 rat I i-  vely aaianged which may be seen  theie is of special inteiesi tei tallies a nd  niiiiiv have already taken advantage  of the opportunity lo purchase anil  admire. The- array of h.-rls is like a  Spring Mower <r.ir<]t-D blooming wilh  all the beauty of Nature's loveliness.  Fashion, al whose shrine every l.idv  Worships, h.-is, elee'i-eed that hats this  season shall be lilb.-dwith llovvers both  bright and beautiful. ,'.See ' l.liein al,  Coursicrs. ',        '  '       ,  The roads are. now. drying up; so ,���������ire  "sum.: people."vye know,       ,   ��������� '  .  It is filled every night.  W Kirkup, an old resident of Rev-  olsteike, has come hack to this  metropolis of tire west having felt  lonely unci homesick in Chicago.  The crack trap shots of ltovolsluke.  will have to rustle to keep their cup at  liome tin's yi'ar as 'several teams,  amongst tliein Kamloops, inlemel lo'try  for it!  Tom JMaloncy got in from his= trapping trip orr Sunday last unci eveiyone  was ghiel t.o see liim. ' lie,did not get  many furs and says there's lots of suiivv  iir the hills.'  The. .Mail has receive. 1 a picture of  Ei nest Grant. Govan, the successful  founder of lhe Gold Fielel.- of li. C. Co.  It comes ill coiinectioii with ;i most  fl.ittei ing wi iie-up from the Colonies  it India journal of London, England.  lli'velsliike's    fire   cleparliucut   will  give a hall in  Bonnie's II ill   on    WeelJ  lies-lay next, the 21st.     Whatever vou  eJo or wherever you go   next   week   he. j  sure to order things   so   (hat   vou   can !  take 1'iis hall in. I  Contractor Toinpl in's men  c-.-iunj   in '  from the east Tucs lay evening  to   the  number of 2.r>.    They   all   come   fiom  Broc-kv ille nn I Bell v ille and are get ting  H'2.7H and So.00 per day.    '  Noah Ahraliainson cnine in fimu  Troul Jj.ike City, Tuesday morning.  Jle ie>)'orts that place a*> being ipriie  busy and the coming camp of Lh.it  Count ry. lie sa\s there will he lot-, of  prospectini- around the Like this year.  A bill lias been brought clown to  exlend Lhe franchise to women in this  pruviiicc. It gives women the same'  siifl'i.-ige as men, tho. conditions being  iesi(leiiLc; iinel age-. This is most unfair'! The epialiliuaiioii of age, should  he dispensed with  ax   ii   makes   eveiv  A Coming Centre.  A map ol Trout Lake City has been  , received al this ollicc. It is a verv well  oxociiti'd luap'and reflects great cieelit  em llie publisher.--, lhe Province, Pub.  Co. The main . bodv of the map is of  course occupied by a plat 'of tbe town-  site vv Inch shows it, as has been said  before and is known to everybody acquainted with the j'llae-e to be charmingly si-uateil on" I he,rlak������; front, 'a'nij  afiording r-coiisiiler.ible loom for .expansion. 'A great many of Lhe lols'.nre  already -olel aud as there is now .-mil  will be t his season considerable demand  for property, iuti-nding investors  would do well lo look into the inattei  and make an early i hoic-e. The great  drawback at picseiit is want of '.umber  and several, hundred thousand feet  ceiuld be sold there in a short, spare of  time if on the- ground. This vvill be.  supplied, however, in a little while and  considerable building will lie in progress  this summer.  In the corner of the map is, a key  which shows the townsite to be right  in the heart e.f the mines and while  sufficiently close to command their  trade give-the advantage of splendid  situation. T. L. Haig is the oampatiy's  agent al Rev elstoke', and T. Tayl.-r at  Trout Lake, and either or- both of t.liein  will be only too glael tei furnish any information that may bo required.  '      '     SLOC-AN".  The Montezuma and Mexico claims  on Soul h Fork of Kaslo Creek are being  formed into a company. ,  The Iv-auhoe has closed down for a  I i inc. a ���������  ������ Thi'.Rece) mine is unable to c-cnrliniic-  r.iw hiding? on account of the aspect eif  the'Nobb' Five slide. This company  preiperse to shortly build ac oncenli-a'toi"  and af'i ial ti-.inivv.-t v.  The' Lucky Jim group is now eiwneel  by I3rncleii Bros., of Helena, ;md T.  Mathews'who liav been steadily eh'-1  veloping it shewing up a fine ore body.  The Charleston ha- shipped .another  cai load of high grade ore.  It is icporteil lb.-it, the Shiran .Star is  ofieroel on the London market for ,$2,-  000,01K).      . c'  Columbia River is Rising.  Dominion Engineer Gamble is no  doubt qualified for his post and knows  what he is about in the matter of le-  mcivLng the rocks near the canyon  above Revel-Loke for vyh'ch there is an  appropriation made of $2,000. Still lie  will not object if his attention is drawn  to, as lie may not be aware of it, the  rapidity 'wilh which (he Columbia  Rivei is this year rising. The weal,her  is fast glowing warmer making great  inroads on the snow, and tb'e river is  now almost- teady foi ascent by the  boats in use. Thi-- work should not be  overlooked and it i- important that  (���������verv dollar lei be used is placed to lhe  very be-t advantage. There is a huge  amount of freight waiting to go up  river ;tnd no ti.ne should be lost iu  elii'cting vvh.ilever improvements have  been ordeied.  woman in the  age."  A dinner an  collntn    ot   a  (1 concei 1    vvil  " cei Lain  Kellie is Ail Right.  The .-econd reading eif the government's railway loan bill was carried  on the  following  vote, last Thursday :  Ayes.- Turner, Baker. Elicits. Martin. .Peieiley,    Bryden,   Rithet,   Adams,  Hull1, Rogers,   Booth,   Irving,   Brad   Macgrogor, iMutter, llelmcken, Hunter  ���������17.  Nays.���������Scnilii). Cotton, Williams,  Graham. Kennedy, For-ler, Hume,  Svvoi el, Kielel, Macph-'i-.-on,   Kellie.���������11.  The Rniiway Loan Bill.  h  lie  lei j was  next. Monday in I he .Methodist   church i bud  ;m  In tin-legislature on Wednesday the  si'coud leading oi lhe railway loan bill  moved by Pivniii-r Turner who  mendmetit 1" make to Sub-  huildiug a ikJ will it is promised be n | -,,.,���������( i������������������ (,.), i e-pl.icing the Chitliw.ick  gi.-iii(l..-t|]'air tei which, Jievel.sto.ke .and j coastline by-.;-a railway from the coast  his wife will.go.. I'lieV eliimei- will 'be j in the neighborhood of" English Bluff',  sei-ved ifi-oiii (i to S p. ii.i; iind he follow- j near'Point Roberts, via: Chillivvack lo  Be-sure, to .-tttenel | I'eiitii-ton.' aji proximal ely '2.'10 miles."  t.-iv   ..vonioar I -ci.:. ...,.,'. '������,:*,, ,.....-... ..:.. 'aid'exteiidcd  iu lhe first form of the hill.  GKXEll.M.  Bishop 'Dart eledicatcd the English  church tit Ro.-slaud last Sunday.  The mail service in ���������South Koo;e.:ay  has been baelly demoralised by snow-  slides.    ; *���������  W(U'k on the new Sisters Hospital at  Rosslaud began Ttmsel.-iy, and will cost  a!������uit$3,000.  IJ. II. Council, late  of.the   Rossliiiier  Miner,  has  been   biought   back   from  Northport charged with the'  e'liibezzle-  menl of $12.  Aid. G. O. Buchanan, of Kaslo, has  brought in a motion before the e-ity  I'oune'il for the delinitiein of ward limits  ant! aldermen representing tliein.  Th" first Salv.-ition' Armv meeting  held iu Kaslo took place'on Friday last.  Smith,' Dean & Co., of Rei-slanel,  mining brokers, are- suing for $2,000 as  commission for selling the Trilby  group.  The burning of the: Lancaster Utilise  in ,'Rosslaud was a menace to the  security of a part of the town but tlie  fire < was kept from spionding with  groat difficult j-.  At the first, session" of the Rosslaud  e-ity 'council, W. H. Cooper was appointed tennporary clerk, G. A. Jordan  recommended feu police magistrate,  and A. II. McNeill was appointed city  solicileu by unanimous vole.  The C. efc W. Rly. is doing a land  oilice business hauling ore.  Grant Govan, says lhe Rosslaud  jirincr'.s London correspondent, is so  pleased with the suc-ce-s of' his lirst  flotation fh.'it he will launch another  company after Faslt'-r. and leave for  ,13. (J., about, the enel of April.  Several strikes of gemd oie are' reported from the vicinity of Nelson.   '  In tbe week ending April lire), 'S2I  tons of ore passed tin oiigh Kaslo from  the Slocan.  Buildings aie going up rapidly iu  Kaslo.  Jim Ileinswoi th is not in bad circumstances, did not lose his arm and is  working on Salmon River.  Iu Lhe course of an argi.iiienl in Nelson on iniinicip.il a (in i is .loi in I I'.iiston,  candidale for mayor, sliuc-k one of  Turner's suppoi-lers, M. Ti'bo, in tlie  eye vv bile the hitter had his hands in  iiis pockets.  Chinese have re-coninieiiced phicei-ing  on Kaslo Ci eek.  On Sunday, April -Ith, two brothers,  Louis and Charles (Nile, vvci ccaught in  a snow slide on (he South Foi k eif  Kaslo River and badly shaken up.  The tunnel -which Jimmy tlan-is  started on lhe' main stieet of S.indon  in order to prevent loi jumping is now  in 25 feet.  The' Payne slide is so I hrealcuing  thai shipping is suspended and 10 men  laid off'.  Local and Personal Briefs.  W. McRean is down from Carnes  C.eek..  A. N. Smith's' stone work for his  new bakery is rapid ly going up.  That lot eif _crockery at Coursier's is  selling al read v. o  It. S. Wilson's  building   is   finished  and loerks remaikablv neat and trim.  e,  ���������   George,J. Atkins will be along here  in a few days from Chicago.  lid. Adair is going prospecting near  Kamloops next vveek and   it is' hoped  lift vvill   strike   it   rich  your friends lid:  Rev. Field, Yeillaud is building ,:i  new icsidetice opposite, the bievve-ry  anil has,;dready made a good start.       I  Grant Govan's new company is to  he called the Waverly and it will be;  brought out just after Easter.  JMessls., Piihiier and Crone, representing the Toronto Type Fuiiueiry,  were iu town yesterday.  Jehu Houston was elected mayor eif  Nelson by a majority of 90 em Thurs-  diiy.  Truly" Coursiei.'s--vyhole store is attractive. , ' ei  Wilson, the local merchant ' tailor,  has just lec-eivetljji splendid new slock  of Tweeds for summer, trade. Cajl  and see'them.  Bob Williams, who, has been running a'logging camp for the Kootenay  Lumber Co'., is in town and vvill be  going up the Bend pretty soon.  Hank Carnes, afier "whom Carnes  Creek1 is- named, vvil) be here this  siiinniei- some time. The old timers  are again coming back to the Bend.  Coursier Jias^exitctly what he advertises. ' " _        o.  The vacancy on the Board, of  Directors of the Imperial Bank caused  by the death of Hon. John Ferguson  has been filled by the; appointment eif  E'lias Rogers ISsej.f of Toronto. ���������  , , The Canadian Trndi'. Review says in  its last issue theie arc; three ch.-i'i terod  hanks in Kootenay. There are. four;  the Imperial Bank of Canada has a  branch at RevfIstoke.  , AnotI er lot, eif ladies' sailor hats to  he opened up next week at Coursier's.*  i I). JJischer, of- Chicago, is in -town  having come here,,as 'brewer for the  'Enterprise, brewery at n'Jjiig salary.  The proprietors of this concern intend  t.o leave nothing undone to^ get the  trade of the interior. <  The mill for the French Cree>k Ce>.  has ;itrived iind the entire plant r,was  purchased a month ago. Pies. Atkins  says the.Co. are in a position to install  the lincsL plant in America on the  property of his company.  From whom 'do those pretty, neat  dress designs come that Couisier is  tinning out.       .     ' *  The medical he ilth odicer need not  wait to take a tip from this paper.  Theie are a few little matters oe>nnoct-  e>d with his job which reepiire looking  after.    A stitch in time, Doctor! ,  Louis Thompson, got in from the  west Monday by a box car. He  wasn't healing his way, understand,  there was a blockade iind he seized tlie  l,ox car as an opportunity of getting  in ahead of time. > ������  NO.ALIENS TO APPLY  FOR MINERS LICENSE UNLESS THEY  '     DECLARE THEIR INTENTIONS.  -  The mining committee report to House  .���������Surface rights $5 per acre���������  Burden of proof on .adverser ���������  Nofices published at home���������Surveys will count.  In the report of Ihe Mining' Committee, just presented lo (.he House important changes are' cmlxidieel.  It re-commends that miners'' licenses  be issued, only to British subjects or  aliens dei-lai ing their intentions lo become such and taking out naturaliza-'  tion papers.  '   Any pei-son ,obtaining a Crown grant,  will  be  entitled    to  purchase  surface ,  rights at $5  per arte, and  in   adveise,  claims tho burden of proof'(if  informality or invaliditv   vvill   h-e   upon   the'  claimant filing the' adverse and not on  the original locator, as at present.,,  ' There,will be no   -x'naliy attached to  Illinois  winking  for a  wage  lining so  without a license'; and free uiinersr,eir-  tering on   privilege������d  lands shall  give  security in advance against damage or'  loose his claim. ,   '  No. 2 post may be innvvd by any P.  I��������� s'urueyor when the distance between  Nos."I anei 2 posts is more than 1,500  feel, and in mining partnerships adjoining claims can be worked to not'  exceeding eight in number.  Surveys within one year of record  are to be counted as work .'done, 'and  written a greem cuts convey ing interest*  aie required. ,,       ���������     _  In -icqiiiriiig certificates eif improvements, Ihe Mail notices with pleasure  that, the publication of notices has been '  changed, and it is' now proposed to-  make all requiring such 'rights advertise in a paper published in the division  wheie the claim is situated or, iu the  abseuse of such, in-the one, published  nearest thereto.  e.'.el  hyt.lie concert.  this'.treat'oii  Faster, Monday -.evening | This* ,-idds $,0S'),0:i:)'io.i'h'(  and en joy yourself I horoiiglilv.  Mr. .Scott, 'of Toronto ..University,  vvill sue-ccod l>. W. Oe.ddes as Presbyterian missionary- here. Mr, Co.dclcs  will probably leave 'about '. (lie latter,  e.-iid of next week for his hew.station  at Duck Like, N.W.T.  About 300 strangers were in town  on Wednesday last, and the number eif  people were again augmented on  Thursday ,niglit when a great crtivvd  came in on the combined trains from  thooast.  Robt. Gordon, the proprietor of the  Revelstoke 1 ron Works, has engageel  the', sen-vices of a first-class horse-shoer  from Vancouver and is prepared tei fit,  every horse in the country in the best  style of the; fan iei-'s art. See. his new  ad. next vveek.  ���������I. C. Montgomery c.-uue. up from  Trail this week accompanied by his  family anei intends to reside here this  yenr. He will go up (lie I3ig Bend  slioitly and see; how soon lie can gel  si art eel on his properties oil Keystone.  I'). N. I louche, of |{ossland, vvill thesn  come up and men be put on at once.  Ki'islone vvill be in it this .season.  The famous Heinlznian Piano Co.  have placed their agency for Kootenay  wilh  H.  N. Couisier. - *  Foi email Fcl. Adair lias ceiiuplelccl  the fixing done on lhe load to the  de-pot. Tho fixing done e-ost four days  work for two teams and live days'work  for four men Kee-p this in your mind,  asvil is iiiipin taut (o know just, vvhi.t  sum is expended in read work- in Rev  elstoke t his year.  The Mail is this week- in lec-eipt of  a pocket '���������manual of mining'' just  issued bv Cupp, Clark it Co., of Toronto. Jt is the work of Messrs. Che'wilt  tt Caiinill, Mining Kugini'i'is, anei  relli'i'ls considerable e-reilit em I hem.  'flic contents e.-over fire main heads,  geology, mineralogy, prospect ing, mining, oies and oie t leal merit. , Each  chapter is liiost complete but i'ii-euii-  opiiiion I hose. mi. mining and treat .incut',  are by far the Ivest iiiul should he well  st mlii-d by 'all. The price of the'work'  in cloth is, $1.00; in'.leather, $1.25, eif  1 Ceipp,. Clark ii' Co., Toronto. ' '    .  Comaplix Mails/   ^  With regard to the proposed 'once jl  week, nihil service to Comaplix 'or  Lardeau office from- Ai rowhead - it  shoulel be shown that with' very little  trouble the people of Ceimaplix can get  their mail1 from Arrowhead, S miles  away, al the present time three . times  a week while the pioposeel contract  will give tbem but one mail a week.  This is no improvement in the situation.  It,is more profitable for the Comaplix,  people tei go to ii little expense to get  their mail thrice a week from Airovv-  he'ad than to have, an office wilh once a.  vveek ceunmunication at their , own  place.   , ���������-.  The inspector should look, into this1.  The owner of the steamer which carries  or- would carry tlie mail from '"Arrowhead to Comaplix states that to carry  the mail thrice, a week will not cost  much more than to do it once. The  solution of the inatter is if an office is  to be inade at Comaplix to give it a triweekly service. It is estimated there  vvill bi'about'200 men tributary to this  office this summer iind it should prove,  to be one of the best of the new offices  in the district.  This argument applies in part te#.  other routes via the Arm.  Still They Come.     '  The list of incorporated mining companies continues tci be augmented, and  hist week added a large, batch of applicants for public favor. Amongst these  was the Revelstoke, Lardeau and Slocan Mining and* Development Co.,  capital $1,000,000; trustees. Win.  White, John Drinkwater Sihhald, and  Charles Erskine Shavv. Tho properties  of llie. company are the Glengarry and  Pi ince Hdwarel claims in the Lardeau.  elistr ict,  Did You Know Him ?  Seune lit lie time ago William Bryant,  a prospector, was run over and killed  by ,-i N. tc F. S. train at the ncu-lh fork  of .Salmon River. 'J'he remains were  taken to Nelson, an inepiesl held, nnd  ;i verdict brought iu iu accoi dance  with facts., Bryant at onetime resided  in a shack near tin- Revelstoke smelter.  Anyone knowing anything about de-  ceased which would lead to correspondence with bis relatives would be doing  a kindness by couiiiiuic.it iug wilh  Darwin J. En ion, Trail, B.C.  '������������������Jack,'" of  the   S. S.    Nakusp,    was  taking in the town Sunday and   Mou  day with some others   of   the   bovs   of  that popular steamer.  'J'he train service Ills this week  again been demoralized by snow-slides  both e-iist and west. One; slide near  Twin Unite was a monster and at the  l.'lth cm-sing the bridge was again  knocked out.of. plumb. At Clunwilliaiii,  too, the slides were, heavy and .transfers  were niitde; to connect' with .South  Koote-niiv points. Several people went  out from here'ini Sunday to ii-;w the  slidr-s.   ��������� "     ���������!���������'������������������. PA 0 E '->.  THE KOOTENAY .MAIL.  Ubc 'Ikootamy flDail  ,     I'L7KLISIlJ<:i> KVK.IiV S.VTL'IJI>AV  ���������AT���������  ,   R3VELSTOKE, B.C..  ��������� iiv -  ATKIXS & SMITH,  I'l'IIMfsiIKUS   VXD  I'KOlMtliri'OltS.  Subssription.   Price, , $2.00    Per    Annum  JiT KTiiicrtv rx, aova.n'ci: ";*������  ADVERTISING RATES.  "CONTRACT ADVKin'IfsKJlICNT!*! insert ret .it  the rate -.������f Sl.ali per e-iiliiiiiii inch per- 1111,11! Ii.  Fin-space*; i'f *>i\ coliiiirn indies- ia- eivcr ������1  per inch per month.  THAN'.SIKNT ADVKIITISK.MKXTS ltic. per-  line llrsl iiisi-rlion, /ic. pur line each siili-o-  (|trerit insert inn. The niiriilK'i' of lint-*  reckoned by spare oecnpieil, I'-' line-  lo tire  KKADINO NOTICES Ille. per line e.ieh insertion, unless conli-acleel fen- by the KK1  line-. '  JOH PItlNTING of (.very kind iit nrost. i-eii-mi-  iibk-i-iites anil-heii-t est nut ice.  ACCOUNTS fen- .ieih pi-iiilinic or, nil vert isini?'  -���������livable: em the- tii.st uf every tn-iiitlr.  COUIiKSPONllKNCK on nil mutter- of Incnl  or inililic inlere-I invileel iinel e.-iiri-full.v' eon-  sidei-ed. All eoinniniiic.ilion-; In the 1C<1 il��������� >i-  iiillst Ire iice-oirip.-uiieel li.v the mime of the'  writer, not iieoi-���������.u-ily for ] in blic.il inn, but  ' as all"eviele-Ilcc'of ki.mii'1 f.-iilb.  Aeleb'e���������L  Till!   KnOTICX.YY   M.UU  Revel.-toke, B.C.  The Ames Holden Co.'s special  . "Columbia,'���������' "Vancouver," "Kootr  -enay" should lie worn by every-  ' body; who wants a  first-class  mountain boot.  IREVELSTOKI-;,' APRIL 17, 1S07.  roads as well) and it is not wise to  plunge otuselves into indebtedness, to  pay incicased ��������� taxes to meet llie in-  teiest on our debt,, in order that these  magnanimous railway operators who  eiesiie to open up the country for us  inav make millions for themselves at  the; expense of the already overburdened taxpayer-.  - Whv too, it may be asked, should  the'se: people get-a charter from.the;  country to build a road if the country  will have to help build it. It is non-  se-nse pure anil simple. .Either they,  must give the country an interest in  their road commensurate with the  public aid given them or build it themselves as tt business enterprise. Tile  future'of Trout ��������� Lake camp is, we  believe, sufficiently go-jd to,, warrant  railway operators seeking an entrance  to it. as an'irivestinent, anil the clay is  not fiir ofl' when this vvill be demonstrated. In this case the interests eif  the projectors should hei sullicient to  ensure the building of this road if they  have an ounce of .enterprise iu their  make-up, and if they haven't, then they  hail better get out and make room for  people who vvill. ,*. ���������  , PROFESSIONAL.  B. McKECHNIE,  (M.H.. MJl.C.M.)  PHYSICIAN and SMEON,  RKVKLSTOKH . . .'. B.C.  OKKICK 'near Union Hou-l. Calls by Tele-  pliimc in- Telegraph pnirnptly .ittendeil lo.  Olhce hours: "1:3(1 to 11 a.in., J:.''') lo 4 and  7 lo S li.in.  MISCELLANEOUS.  QHAS. R. CARLYON,  Barrister-itiLaw, Solicitor  and Notary Public.  ,T<; OKKICK:   M.vn. buililiiis, lievcMeike, IS. C.  REAL ESTATE AND MININO.  Tjie nrinciplc of   borrowing money,  on the credit eif   the province, to assist  construction' of    railways   by   piivate  corporations,'   without     the,     country  getting a (juid pro   quo  or   equivalent  remuneration, in or from the company  '-so   assisted,   is   wrong and' .should   be  discountenanced, and this is the way  (��������� the, citizens   of   Revelstoke   went   on  record   on   lhe   government's   railway  I CI. ,  policy at a public meeting held under  tlie auspices of the Moaicl of Tinde.  They said that if. railway promoters,  jiisk assistance for what they say is going to be a paying line���������and till promoters 'will, urge .tliat argument ~  ��������� that" they should construct "the road  themselves, or if they" receive public  itid they should give the country an  equivalent for the aid thus given.  Tn view  of   the fact that the* resolu-  c1   '  tion at the meeting above leferred to  was carried unanimously--nut even  one dissenting voice���������it seems strange  to see .some of the" participators theie-  in circulating a petition aiotind^ tervv n  this vvcel- asking for the verv thing  they then voted to condemn. This  petition asks the govorirnient to assist  Messrs. Mara, JJaruard and Fan-ell in i in the supplemental}- estimates, rathe, construction of their Galena liny (have an add'ilional sum put on the  road to the extent of ,St,000 a mile. I genei.il estimates in coiiiuiiftee of sup-  ; It lefers to the ''Act to authori-'O a ply. for t his purpose, he will bo doing  Joan of 82,500,000 for the pui post; of ' \vhal the gieat mineral region of lhe  .aidin" the construction of railways i |5ig Mend deserves (,f hiin. The ������2,000  nnd other" public' works,"' and 'urges ��������� is only money tin own away a- letram-  that'.some of this proposed aid be given , efiVclirig peiman<'iu impr-ovf-ineiit and  to   the   Galena   May   road.     Tt. recites i will   have   to   be'  -'.ijipleio'-iiteij a^ain.  Re the petition asking governmental  assistance to Messrs. Maratfe Mariiard's  Galena Ray railway, we would like tei  ask the Secretary of the Jjoai-d of Trade  to say, frankly, whether he hawked this  petition around in his public capacity^  or, merely as a townsite biioiner ; or  as a touter for .bonus hunters.. If not  in any0of these roles, in what-? Also,  did he do this thing voluntarily out erf  solicitude for the interests of t.hev.  country or for the interests of Messrs.  Mara it Barnaul, or did he elo il at  request, nnd of whom1? Also, vvill he  say���������if he acted iu this manner out of  .solicitude for the country���������why he  voted for and helped ,to pass a resolution, at ii public 'meeting last week,  'denouncing the vejy principle; of the  petition , which he circulated later.  "\Ve have our own opinion of Mr. C. 12.  Shaw's conduct and character in this  ,matte.r, but elo not wish to prejudice  his case by giving publicity tei it, until  his leply has been iee-e>ive;el or a  reasonable   time   fur  icceiv ing it gone  bv.        ' ��������� '    '  ,   ,   ���������'   ���������-���������  ���������������������������  Ei.sEWHEitK   vvill   be   found  a short  review    of   the    Dominion     estimates  which includes s^.OOO  for'  C.  E. SHAW,   ,  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance.  Agent for Ferguson townsite.  REVKI.STOKK.   li.C.  "      C. S. DOUGLAS,-      .  Real- Estate anil Mining Broker,  13J Cordova St., VANCOUVER, B.C.  r T.' MATHEWS,  Real Estate and'Mining" Broker  319 Cordova St.,  ���������  VANCOUVER, B.C.  -Mining stocks and proporlh's bought  .���������mil sold em coinu'iissioti. Oorrespon'd-  eiice solicited. '  BARBERS. "    '  ^  McNeil,  GUY   BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER  (y ,,  Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  JAS. MoMAHON,'  General Blacksmith ^'Woodworker  Repairs to Wiigous.   Tools Sharpened.  sIIOKIXc'i   -\    S' I'X'l.M.TY.  f*.  COiVIMJBRCIAL   ZE3ZOT-KIIL  Corner of Hastings and Cambie Streets.  VANCOUVER,  B; C.  Equipped  with  Elevator,   Elect i it; - Rolls,  modern   i in pi o vein cut-.  Rates $2 per day. ������������������  Heated  with   hot water,  and all  G. THOMAS, Pj-ojmhktoj..  F  H. HEAPS & CO.,  ,->ll(i Cordova S|.. iind I'nwell .*H|.,  ��������� v.-vxcyuvtiR, ,u.c.  Mines anei   Mining  Maelihiery,  I'linips,    Diamond  l'i*u*i|iL'etiiiK Drills,  .Saw   .Mill   "Mauliiiu-i-y   an 1    Saws,       Kii-cincs,  Hoilor*.,  U'iile-r Wheels, ele. -J-nl-Hm  MACHINERY  d.R. HULL & CO.  Wholesale    and   Retail  BUTCHERS. '  - . -���������    '       ' '    '"  Purveyors of High-class Meats.  " REVELSTOKE, B.O.  All orelers in our line vvill Jie j)roni|il.ly,  atti'iidc-el tei.       ���������-������-���������,  1-3  e  TRAVELLERS  Can    procure"  at   the   principal    Hotels     ,.,  THORPE'S   SODA   WATERS.  " Cl  .Awards for Excellence World's Fair '93.  V  if"  J rr.Air  QiAlT  ILLECILLEWAET, B.C. *  The Pioneer Hotel of the Pioneer  ca,nip of West Kootenay.  Good rooms, newly'furnished.  Choicest Liquors and Cigars  2S������2������, T. RICHARDSON, PROp  f ( 1 '  ,    -      Rest table in town.  Commercial Room.   "  .i-s.f.-iRsist-t..  Hotel  -:e>:-  BARBSR SHOP ANP" BATjS ItOOOT.  J^r-ont Str-eet, Revelstoke.  Haircut, 25c;   Eath, 50c; Six'Shaving  Tickets for S1.00.  p    L. JOHNSON,  Rkvklstoici; Station', B.C.  Haircut and shave 50c'.   a*.--���������,-',,   ' ���������  ���������"-wtaj/-1 Comfortable Parlors.  L      Opposite Drag Store.  TAILOKE  i emoval 'of  This,   we  rocks   ,-ihovo     Kev elstoke.  *-  would lilce   the   government   to know,  is an cntiivh  iusullicieiit   sum   for the  purposes of   opening the   Columbia to  navigation.     It   ^l'1-   linstock   can   ii'i-  cluce the government to grant S-10,000  ���������R  S. WILSON,  '  ���������   Local Merchant Tailor.  IS.  The better the bread the better  the staff. <SS������Ss  ��������� A. -N, SM ^  Baker and Confectioner,  R iiv!���������:LSTOk !���������; STA'rroN.  Order'and Ready-11.'ide,  To suit figii'i'-e or purse.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  C  tA.MPllI'JLI. & CO.   '  Fashionable Tailors.  Our. Rio.-id St. it Ti-oiiucei Ave..  Opposile the Di'i.-ird,  L.-ite of Government Street,  ViCTOSIA, E. C.  Impei-leis of J-"iiie .Seotcli anei  l-".iii<lis!i Ctood--.  .Requiring'. Wood  'Can IJuy it Cliejap'er'fi'oin  ���������    W. FLEMING  Than they, can afford to steal  it and,take the chances of  being caught.    ''  O O i  VRA N K .VA N DALL, Proi-ki i-:tor.  ���������  fH   Best-Table- in Town,/���������������#' Fupiiished 'Rooms,  :;,' -Choieest Wines, ."Lipops' end 'Cigars, -.';  ' " ,  -Everything Strictly' PipstrClass.'  ' ! l ��������� 'V  1 f" ' <i ' ' ' I f ' '     '  Terms $2 per���������day.  Kamloops Beer on, Draught  "P  Braying- a -Spsoialty  At' Lowest Prices.  77  n,  .Mining Engineer and Metallurgist  -^REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B.C.���������  Assays-on Gold "'and Silver.  .'  .-- ���������   ".   ;  Inalysis'-of; A!! Metals made at lowest rates;  Prompt   and   Correct   llesult:  itc.    C!iv,e Die it call.  Gluai-anleeil.     Reports iinide on properties,  rn MO.MAS HKOS. it GRANT,  ��������� TAIX.OSS -  Suits fi-our"$1'2.   Pauls from !*i!{.  S.-iin|>le iinel   measureuii'iit  forhia sent,  em applic.-it ion.  92 Govsr.nment St.,  Wnetct-iUoronly. VICTORIA,   B.C.  the prospective benelits   of the road to ' li"verv ones know -,  the section of   count iv through   which ' done in the pa-.t.  he -a ay tiii1* h.-t  tisfj  iiuii-   lit tie-  spent -st-par.iiels rjo   not  that ihe inoiiev   mil  it is to run, and tells how it will   make  .shipper-- of a stated number   of mines,  .'imongst which   are   s-eve.rai   in   which i ppjper impioveui'-n;  the projectors of this road   are pers.irr-, t.   do    ,-v. i\    ������i;ii  ;illy interested.  'Xow why should ,tl:e .people of. the  country assist MeWs. M;ir;i it I>.ii-iiard  to build ii road Hint will be piofitable  to these gentlemen, anei borrow money  to build it too, without receiving souk  compensating advantage. If this  Galena    Hay road   has   a  prospect   of ! kin  iieen  sinus'  the   c<Al  in  al!   .'.t unci- in  d'?-.-s.     Tt is time  this   liiick.-tf-iinjr  rnethnel iif appr-ipi i.itieuis towards Ji C*  i If .-t thine is   vvoith   d'-iii;.'   it i- woith  i iloiiier   vv'i-ll.       Tic i.ivji-   rir:ri<',r-il   aie.i  i lieirtll of til" C P.M.    ll'-s    irli".    ih'Ulgh  ��������� eeint.iininif fiieeiou*.   -n.-'t.-i]-    in , plenty.  , Will    .Mr.    Mosto'-k   g.uu   -i    n.tni'-  for  1 lilinseif bv thi-'uviiig   it   iijien    t-i iii.iu-  ! kind. '    fli-   ai'e-ntinii   i*,   ;i!-,o  CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.  YJ.  A. .\KTTLK,  Carpenter and Contractor.  Plans   and   Estimates   Prepared.  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.  TH    PICA R I),  Contractor   and  Jhtitdc  v,  Vi ll V (lo  lo   to -Fisl  iiver  .me  I    t-  t!,  Miccess. and vi e be'licve- it   ha  /lot the   pi-oje-i.-ten-s   shew  .the   coinage, about it t-lhevvlie-ie in tin  t)i their   con-, iction.s  and   f.iiih  in the- i  countrv   by    building    it    theinselves. ;  'J'hi*; is nothing nioio  ihau everv niiri'-r .  n . ��������� i i ri-eeipt of  petit l"l  and prospe-clor whugo'-s into ;t iiiiik'imI :  /k-lel does in his small way, what, eveiy ;  merchant -'iiiel di-alei does in his, and j  he would  be   laughed   to   senrii,  if  he'  diiceled  , ha I l's s,u<l  ��������� sii,-.  ails, a iii]   Spe-i ifh .itioiis   [)i-,-[i,iii.(|  slliil't   li'itiee.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  \ Wiiolasale and neiai  | ". . BUTCHER . . \  ��������� DE.Vr.IDU i.v r  Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught  Horses.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL  KAMLOOPS, B.O.  iioir  .l". ALMI^MTSTON'K, Mnoi'itnrroir.  (  *��������� ��������� ,  '  ,    * c-  The"Dining Room is,farnishsdl.witli the feest the  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. '.  ������������������it-i���������-n"-iim-i h-.,...���������--,-���������-p.  [���������Jest ol  evervthin''" ''"oiner'  j o  o *r������  Tills   be'lig  'he tlllie  vv! i-i, i.Hi   repre  ������eiit.ltives and   lhe    gov i-l miii'iit    are  in  /.lle.ie,   V e   t.lk"   t he  pp'ii't units of warning I h' in again-l  giving siii'h pf-tiiioiis s,.f.,oi)s at ie*uti')ii  vvithnul     due ' coiisiilcratlnti    of   lhe If-  \\  asked his fellow citizen*, to make ,us |  properl v or business good by other aid  than that of ordinary eircuinstances en  trade. Jt is einly a epie-stion of degree.  The railway is a laraer niilerprise, tlml  is all, and behind this one seeking aid  the principals are men oF greater  iiiCiins than the most of us. Jl may be  tailed radicalism or .socialism anei if  ho we. are content to be consielt-i eel  radicals or socialist*! but wc-positively  /.insert that, incm' eif [this class who/are;  (-���������l.-inioring for assistance- for their rail  road 'are riot as ' elcserving of if as are  the''men who go iufilie:;iel of t.liem iind  open-up the coiintry to aflfirwarilti  inaki! it profitiible for the hiigci-  ��������� xclieiiie-.s which their more:capacious  pockets ;tilow. Messrs. Mara it I'-ar-  nard .have' interests of their"ovv'ir. In  lienefil. from I he . l-'uildiiig -of . I his road-  (by thi-.-byc tjiejr diarter asked h/r loll  j sponsibilify   and  ^I'uiiiiii'uess    ol  We   ���������!1    kil-iu  th.it  (he.  th-  iiauics   al I :ii hee  great number of j.i'.iple that are now  tiassiii" tbi'aigh llie eoiintiv and how  ( ,'isy it is fnr any *,e heinct lo sOii, it  ,ni(l uhl.iin names lo .1 ji-iji''i. -ni'l how  I he signer,,, or the 111.1 ]ot ily of them,  do mil lake the- tumble 1,1 Iind out the  prayer en- objei-l. of lhe |ii'iitiem ihey  .-ire; signing. Of e-nurs- in.111 v |.e ilions  all' gi-niiiiie iinel icpi esental i 1 i- of the  votens e,f a cruntry, but-viine ..ir (; bl:ie;k  and  ithel  Wheii,'tlierefe'ii-e, petitions' iisking ; for  priv ileges'- or - e-xpeiidiliii ���������(; of- jiu'blic  monies conic be-fore' tlie | louse the-.y  should ' bii ' Siibje'Cte-rl.. tei the (iloses!  iiisfic.ct ion its regards"! he.'ir bein'g a're-,  flcclioii of public ofiiuie.ui,. and in this  seuistv il. is, of (.'ourser, iieccssary'' to  look,, into llie res|iiiiisiliili.l y .of, I he  .sigii.ii(irie.s'.":  ASS AY EB 3.  '     I'Kf.rj'.W' il.\l,\'l'.S'. !���������" ( .S.  Ai, i.!. *: irllp������. ti, 1. m ,v ,\i 1,,  Muiiii'i h'i'i/i 11" r 11 /"f ,!*sv/(/./-.  \," s v<- >it '��������� j:u, \'i ('.  Cli-'C-'in.', Srriflt   r Pj'|l ,i Sp- ...ill;  \\\    ,u 1 Lii/riii, ,.'-     -s:I} 1     l,,iro;.< un    -an '[.-.  '.,!>  li,< ,'s  ,v  ';-,(��������� :n i,|,   ,.(.   , ',!.- ���������'!, 1,1 hi-   ,,{  ,,:, ��������� .u.\,i in.i' ri -. n j. i-. .ire.  ,...'i. .  C :ii t,l .,,1 .^.;, 1.' :     1 !i-   ','.,- - ) ':-,: 1   i:   n.i. i.ii^-  ( ,i .     lit-! .     i.:.i-4"������*       SI 1.   Vri'e.i 11,1111   1  I  ,,iii.-!i    I'i,j' ' ���������  RUSSELL   5c   HEROD,   Prop's.  CASH FOR RAW FURS  1, ..  (',. \V   MA LOW IN, Kamloops, M.C.  ri'|u c-e-nt ing .jnvpli I', Ihuanii, Si. Maul,  l/iii'loii,     I'lnghiud,  iissoi lineiit,  -ill    kinels of  I'reiuipt  New    Yiiil:,    and  gives   a   fair   and    s-puue  ,,li,l  allnu s  t'llil  \ ,i|ne    for    all  raw fuis   Shipments solicited  K.-l irr lis a-Mii ed.  A'MMA ILA.MSON' I'.MOS.,   Piioi-hihtoks.  First-class Table   ���������   Good Beds   ���������   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone,   -f  .'Bus Meets all Trains.  iRZE-V-ELSTOISZE.,      !B.C  S   HOTEL  -AMMAHA.MSON   MMOS.,   1'hoimiiktoiik.  j. A. MacFarlane, ,F.C.S.', citizens  -^SSM-Kai.  ini ng Eiigineep,  ^  HA-Ti;,e,-.   -*!,,  v,\:<('.()i:vEi<.  u. c  -ia- in  vvhi'te   frauds,'   enl.ir(*,iy   spurien'is,.'!  nn"   iiiilex,  uf... popular   .'.iipiui'in.  ,  All assays an'l'analy lie.'d  wea'k  ..   ��������� ��������� ���������    ,     <liiplie:ate, .with   .',  ScriipiilonK porBon.il o.-iro .ai-iel (ItHjiiifcoh.  ' ���������,_' .'.I l-^ni  i- ���������.������������������-._��������� ������������������. ���������'��������� ������������������������������������ ,���������i���������.'  Dm\m &. Marstrahd  Brewing Company,  -VANCJOUV'K'K.. -If.C..  y\ lexiih.ilra l.ngei-dud   I'oi-l.e'i', iii    Kegs  'and  Unfiles,     A I vv-iiv's. reliable,.  PREVENT DISEASE"  1 >v uurifvint;   \011r   y;irils   ;ine  OlltllOlISC",   wilh  CHLORIDE OF LIME  \ '���������'��������� ������������������'. oh >:::  'Q.Q^^i]^_A:S.-'"  SUME DISINFECTANTS.  ->���������������������������'���������,��������� I'orsale al.  ABEY'S DRUG STORE,  !.'���������'   KSviEjCSTOKE STATION, U. C,  iM.-iil oi'ili'rs.pi'ouiptly.iill.e.neli.'el to.  Everything new and First-class in all Respects.  Tli-j House is stocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars in the Market  TTKDTJT   L^JSIIE   CITY",   B.C.  L  I1'.  J.   KliRR,   Proprietor.  First-class Table.    -   -   Comfortable Rooms.  . Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Rfites $1 and $2 per day.  CLOSE TO DEPOT AND BOATS.  ,   -A_ . SPECIALTY.   ;  '(kootenay Ylftatl * ���������>.���������..'?.' IRevelstoke,"B.<T,  wwmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmsim THE KOOTEXAY MAIL.  PAGE ?K  COAST BUSINESS HOUSES  Of Strength - and Standing Who Ask  -Patronage of Our Readers.  The advertisers of the* coast, citie-s  vvlio are using the- columns of Tjik  Kootenay AlAIL ar<*, in their respective line's, (lie- best, lhe- buying public  ' can deal vvitb, .-uid are worthy e>f notice  by our reader*-.  T1I13 Pi. C IlHlX   WoKKH  is the laigesl institution of the kind on  the mainland and is doing a, large business all ove-i- the province'. lis ottii-er-s  are.]. K. W.'."\Iae-farl;ini', inanager, and  - -.1. M.' Campion, secretary, both nie-n  of great energy and personally interest-  ed in West Kootenay. The company  kee|> in stock a full line of engineer's  and mill supplies, all kinds of fittings  and are'i'narnrfneliiiers of all kinds of  machinery.  jIcLKXXAN.s .AlrFlSKLY ic CO.  I/I'D.  ' " o  is a well-known lir-ni aln-ady doing a  laige,, wholesale biisim-ss with local  merchants and in every case giving  perfee l satisfaction. The partner-- are  'praetic-il���������ineii��������� who pe-i-son.-illy devote  thi'ir attention to the business a fact,  which explains their success. They  "' have laige premises, wholesale and  retail, in Vancouver, and. iron, steel,  miner.--', mill, black.smit h suppliers and  ' a full line of haidw.-ue can always be  obtained. , '  Thus. Duxx & Co. , ���������  Everyone of our readers is familiar  with the (iianie of'this house Lb rough  its founder, Tiros. Dunn, who is per-  . sonally inteiested in Ti'out. Lake. The  iirm is well established iind do a large  business as wholesale, anil retail ele-al-  eis in all kinds of hardware, miners'  supplies and , ship' chandlery. They  carry Jessop's st.eel, ore cars, etc., and  vvill answer airy' business correspond-  enee promptly.  t The Woi. Hamilton- Mfg. Co.  the well-known Canadian  maniil'actur-  ei-s'eif the celebi-ated   Reliance  mining  inacbi'iery.   aie   also   pat ions   of   (.be  j\Iail.    They e-au lill t'irdei-s for*rollers,  .crushers'.1 jigs, ' screen*-,    stamp    mills,  . concentrators, boilers: iind  anything iu  _'   the  iiiacbinery line.    It   seems  hardly  iiecess.-iry lo introduce this vvi'll-knovvn  house-to  the  public,   but attention' is  c-iilh'd   to   their   branch  at Vancouver  where.orders can be received and filled,  most promptly.  ]���������]. G. Pnicm&; Co.   ; ,     K     '  is,.-i bouse with a provincial reputation  for- scpiare'  dealing and  good  articles.  They  carry  all   kinds   of agricultural  implements, plows, waggons, anil have-  tin'   l.iggest   ste-tk   of  this  kind in lhe  province.    The , nearest branch of Ibis  bouse is .-it Kamloops vvh"i'e the courteous manage!'. -Mr. Aliiclicll,   will  give  you   every   attention.    There,are  also  c blanches iii 'Victoria   and   Vancouvei.  Canadian Ckxjsi.ai. Hlkcthic Co.  This   is   one>   of   the   l.-ugest,  .business  concerns in the Dominion and  is favorably known from   eme-   enel   of it to I hi'  othiT.    Jt^manufactures and  supplies  .electrical   plants   foi    e-ity   use   or fur  mining   purposes,   and   h;is  supplied a  large number of  the (owns and mines  in the province  with   plants.    Its Vancouver  agent is .Mr. Pi in, a Lhoioughly  ���������   practical man,  who   vvill   be pleased at  till tin.t's'to give estini.-iteson projected  t'literprise.s   in   his   line, vv hethef gre.it,  oi' small.  "W-RILEK BllllS.  are' the pioneer furniture ti'iei chants of  H. C. iinel have most complete factory,  wari'hoiiscs .-incl sheivvioou'is. The Iii tn  was established in 1SG2 and has been  growing steadily till now il is the leading bouse in the piovince. The pi o-  prielors know eveiy detail of the-ii  business .and can eiisiu e "sal isl.-icl ion  in all 01 deis for hotel and domestic  furnishings, bar fixtures aud anything  in their line.    Write for pi-ices.  A.mi-:s, Holdkx A: Co.  the vv ell-kneivvn -Monl'ieal loot and  shoe manufacturers, are also patrons  of I lie .Mail. Their space being over  the cditui ial column. Al Ihe Victoria  factory of this concern great care has  been taken lo uiei-t the wants of  miners and prospectors. The result is  their rclehr.ilcil Columbia, Vancouver  anei Kootenay lu-anels. The-ii- rubber  goods ni'i'il no nieiilion. Dealeis can  in.-ike no mistake in handling Ames,  Holden's goods.  Tiioki'K's Soda Watj.-ics  have ti name' e'.-ii ncd by lemg e^xperienee  of   the   linn    in    lhe    liiaiuifacltire   of  mineral waters  and  i'.\c-elle'i)i-e  of   "  goods  produced.     Their    soda   is  besl iu (he inarkel and is a ready s  al any hotel.  CO.VIMKl.e-IAL .VXD ( 'O.S.VIOI'OUTAX.  These two liotels--l.he first at Vancouver the either at. Kamloops, arc | he  rignl places to slop at when away  fiom home. They ,-ire reasonable iu  price, lay good tables, rim decent bars  and are neat and coinforlable upstairs  as well as down. There is no hesita-  , tion I elt. in refill in in uid ing t hem.  W. P. IIaiivhy and J. A.iM.\cI''.\hi.axi.'  repri'si'iil (he as.sayci-s of the coast.  Mr. I l.u-vey has ,1 splendid laboratory  rind good ri-jiiital ion, aud .Mr. iMucKar-  laiie, I hough nol long in the count 1 y,  is'g-'l.l ing t'epially well known.  ,(.'. S. D(iijiii.A,-j and T. iMa-i-iiiows,; ';.  bolh of Vancouver, air  i'cii.l;c,s|ule au'cl  milling hrokc'i's'vvho ,-ire c.-k-Ii iiitci-eslcd  iu Neirl.h   K'oolenay.    They .vill buy or  sell proper! ie.-i or si orks and  arc push  ;'ng   iijeu . ..vvel)   up   hi. I heir  busiu  Bi'.-uunont Boggs, of Victoii.i, is also  in (his business and makes a spe-cialtv  eif mining brokerage.  Tailors axd Outfitte]..-*.  Campbell ^ Co. and Thomas Brew, tc  Giant ;ire tailors fit"  repute.    They aie  both employers   of   white   labor  only  <iiid   itiiike ,-i  slicing   fight   on   Chinese.  emplovment.    Thev will   put vou up a  ,j* * ...  suit ;il gtioil figui es_;md   in good style.  They- have'splendid    premises,    both,  where everything gnci like clockwoi k.  Other Geiein FiiiMS.  ,  K. H. IIJ2AM& Co. handles all kirrils  of iii.-ichiiiery anei is ns>cnl for some' eif  the most noted manufacturing Jirnis  on Ihe continent.    "Write for pi ices.  DoKiUNfi <.V..Mai!:sT1{AXD inanufacture  the celebi-aled Alexandria lager beer.  G. WI Baldwin is vvll-known .-is  the fru .buyer of this countrv.'    '; ,   .  There aie a few-other good bouses,  of provincial and national le-pule' ,-inx.i-  011s to dei business with the people of  Ibis riding iind their ahnp.iuiceinenfs  will shoi ily lippe.-ir in these coliimus.  I'he .Mail soli'-its the biis-ine.ss only of  firins of solidity and strength and in  its columns (hey vvil! nicel the people  every time.       . '    '  the- policy h������i believes to be the best fin-  his c-oiistituent-j. The fault we find  with him is the elei-hii-alion lb.-it this  paper had to do the vvill of its masters  the- Canadian Pacific railway, anei vve;  1 egret, vve have to say again,'be is not.  only a sl.indei er, but vve very much  fear a coward as well. It nni*-t be  iindeistoeifl, teio. tlnit the, man who  stands up,iu p.u li.iinenl and recklessly  llings .-lborrt s,](-h charges against the'  Globe as midlines makes, cannot, be  dealt, with tenderly. Be he Liberal, or  Conservative. he������ shall he chastised in  so far as it is the power of ibis paper  to chastise him." ' '  .lie  he  hr  ' The Mclnnes-Globe Scrap. '  So far the mo'st interest ing' event in  the House of Commons ibis session has  bi'i'ii the'Triiy'belvvc en Air. -Mclnnes,  'M. P. for Vancouver island, and the  Toronto Globe em the matter of disallowance of' the , B. C. .Southern  chaiter. The honours of arguinentare  about even but . the yotithlul parliamentarian has the advantage eif having  a slap'on'the back ��������� from' the Premier  which is tantamount t.o slapping the  Globe in anol hei portion of its anatomy  ���������the lace.  i    In reply to .McI lines' first speech   the  GVeieV'said :    "'We  say" the   man   who  makes the statement that the Canadian  Pacific; are 'masters' of the Globe,   is  a  liar and   a   slanderei.     We   sav   thai  the man who insinuates (hat the policy  of the  Globe   on   public,   questions   is  dictated, or influenced, eliiTclly   eir in-  eliri'ctly, by'the Canadian Pacific Kail-  \viiy,,(ii-. any  one  connected   with   the  Caiiiidian Piicilic Railway  or'any   one  having   dealings   with    the   C.-niiidian  Pacilie- Itailvvay is'a liar and slanderer.  We s,-i'y the man who says 01 insinuates  the Globe's policy on  the'Crow's   Nest  Pass Railway vv'as dictated or even suggested diree-tly or indirectly bv anyone  having de-'.-iliugs with  tlie   British   Columbia  .Southern   or   with  the  coal  or  laud  grants' of  the  British   Columbia  Soul hern is a liar and   ,-i   slanderer.    If  tbe Globe has ��������� put its foot   into   il,"   it  intends,lo keep its'foeit ing.    We invite,  Mr. .Mcinnes to pioceed.    Let  linn   jro  on with, bis  'washing.'    If  the  Globe  made an attack 011 Mr. Alrlnnes it was  in"   reply  to a .similar attack  against  Ibis paper,   niaile   deliberately  on   lhe  floor  of   parliament.    'J'he   charge   wc  brand as a faNchood,'and its author  is  a liar and slanderer." '  aicixx'Hs hits hai'ic  To this   Mr.   Midlines   replied ' on   a  point  of   privilege.    The*   big   Lihcial  organ liad called hiin liai anei slanderer,  iinel had repeat eel tin's language a secoiul  time.    Silence on bis part  might   give  1 ise to ;i misunderstanding*,     lie therefore proposed jus( ifying bis  statement  that  Ihe  Globe   was   chai aclerizecl   by  cant and deception.   Mc did not expect  the' Globe lo advocate the disallowance  of the l!i i I ish Col un 1 bin Soul hern   railway  charter because   their   bo.trel    of  directors would   fail   to   receive    a   big  haul.    The time .was  when--this  paper  opposed   monopolies:  now   it.  was   the  supporter and friend of what would be  (he biggest monopoly lhal ever existed.,  It had become.-1 mere political wi athei-  coek, a  nickle   in   the-   slot   machine,  ready lei take- any t.tniul provided   that  stand   was' lucrative to its ovvnei s.     He  based his stalenienl on   the'   miitualily  of interest betwi-e'ti  the-   Globe,   lhe   C.  P. It. and British Columbia   So.it hei 11.  ���������which 'existed  on   cii cumstant ial   evidence more siihs-t.-inf ial than had h.-inir-  edin.-iiiy.i  ciiiniual.    These   evideiu-es  f ii ce one to ( hi' ii resist Mile   coiiclu-ion  (hill llie Globe is ad iiuled by deception  nnd fi.mil.    Their  one  answer  to   Ihe  charge-s pi eferred by hnu'wiis ;i lorrent  eif abuse hi'.-ipeil on ii man who was I mi  discharging a public duty.  The lil t le lilelnbei-, by seveial years  the most yeiulhl'iil iu tin- coiinuoiis,  was c.n gi-atul.lied by many 11 e nln 1 -,  and the lir-i. uiinislei- walked up the  aisledelibei al,.|y, and Inking a se-.it beside' Mr. Mel lines, patted hiin on t tic  back several times.  Timber on Dominion Lands.  The quantity of green timber which  niiiv be cut. by settler*, under permit  has been inc-i-eas"il from SOD to 8,000  lineal feet and pieivieling that 110 restrict ion be- made'as to the diam'elei-of  t-i  burnt or fallen limber which may be  used for building ptu poses, but. thai  the diameter of this clns*. of timber lo  be used for timber- arid fencing shall  not   exceeel , seven     inches, inclu.sive.  This change.' is made on   ree'oinniend.i-  (1 -  tion of ,Crown timber agents in B.C.,  the Territories and Manitoba. .    ,  IMPERIAL,   .  BREWERY  ���������Kamloops, B.C.���������  Export Lager Beer in bottles and kegs.  All orders promptly filled.  B. WK11Rfritz . ' .    Proprietor  Itate  r������  .-C-3  e. s. n.vn.Y. rri-st.  JOs .vieivxrxe;. sec.  *��������� ���������  i&ampiing'  Kst.ibli'-liCil  islii.  A' Keii.'i-.il ore iniirki't.  Lli'Kt'st '.veir-ks in Cnloriielo  ^Modern mills an I in.icliin-  i-i-v ,tl lloiivci-. Idaliii riiJi'inus. and m.ick ll.iv\k.  Ore sold on eosiiJCtitive bids. Writes lor mil-  I'ofei'fiicc beiolc. Address 3tatii Ore Sampling  Co., Benvcr, Col.   e'elil Hiilliem luniKlit.  OTENAV LUMBER CO., P: LBY  ,    '- " LARDEAU, B.O.  Manufacturers of  Shing'les, Roug*h and Dressed  Pine, Cedar and Fir Lumber.  , TJIK  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  TO   AX ll   KliOM  , All Eastern Points.  TIi'i-cmikIi First C-l,i-s.Sli.'i'iiiiitc('ar.s,U'(l 'I'oui-isl,  .Sli'uiiinif C.u-s tuSl. Paul, Meiiiti'i'iiliiiul Toronto  without, cli.ui^c. ., ,  ,_ i ,     No Torrens System Here..  Iiii". Cotton's motion urging the ge>v-  ei'iiiiieut to lake up tiie simplification  of'the titles t'o, 1,-uiel was given a three  mouth's hoist on the follow, ing vote :  , For the hoist.,���������Pooley, Hherts,  Bakei, JM.-iitin, Turnei, Rogers, Muff,  Irving. Bryd.'h, Itithet, Atlams, Booth,  ���������Sloddarl, .Smith,'Kellie, JMutter, Bi'a-  den.���������17. 0  ,Agiiiiist..--Williaius, Seinlin, Cotton,-  Hume,    Kennedy,    Foister,   Grabiim,  Kidd, -Mac-pherson,   Ilehncken,   Walk-  em.���������11.      ��������� ' >��������� <  Nelson   Tribune,:  It is time, that,  the government off British Columbia  went out of the business uf building  railroads for pi i vale coipeiraticms. "  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  Alliintie F.xin-ess  I'ae-ilie;        ,    "    '  irnvcs   !l:l.') daily.  *'    ,   l(i:-.'.-i   "  GRADED STOCK :  Well  se;iso,netl    - Clear Cedar,      ���������-      '   ���������  Wide,  Clear Cedar and   Pine Tor  Bar and Counter, Tops.  Extra long" dimensions a specialty.  c P.O. ARROWHEAD, B.C.  REVELSTOKE -IRONWORKS'-  Blacksmitiling and (Jobbing  Plumbing and;; Pipe-Fitting  Tinsmithing and "Sheet Iron work  Machinery. Repaired.  MINING WORK OF  ALL   KINDS   A   SPECIAL  TENDERS  WANTED.  rill IK CANADIAN' I'AClFICIt Al MVAY CIO.  .1. vvill i-eceiv e tonelei-j tun il .Vprii ���������!0tli;u!l7, for  thu in-iv-Huge; of opci-alin;? 'I.lio bars on the  steamers Xalnisp and Keifiloiiiiy on the Columbia Kivor anil lliej sUMmer Slocin on Slociiu  bake, for-one year from llie^fii-ii oi Mny, 1SSI7,  said loiulci-s lej be in.ulc either tor eaeili sl'cnrner  0]iiii-.itely en- for the three. Iteiilnl 10 be paid  monthly 111 aelvnnee. 'I'lie bigheit, or any ten-  eler not neeoss.u-ily iicusjitcel. For frill '-tsti-t icu-  l.iiN .1*: to tesiimoniiiN, Kiiai-anfcu, and aucoiii-  iiiodiition to be fnrni.shed .uldrejss tbe under-  siKned iifc NeKcin. B.C. ,..l. W. TlIOUl'.  .51--21   ,.^ .Siiperinteii'ileiil C &. IC Steamers'  -.    '   ,    NOTICE .   , ,  \I.Ii I-KltSON.S on Ill's; ur in le*lil.o(l to 111,1 an-  i-ejquesloil lo Like n.ilic.' that us I am  VHiiK onl. of biislne-s^ 1 reepnrua!! sir^h debts lo  he paid on or before Jl.u-eii 1st.  W. FI.KMINO.  l.'cvelstoke, H. C, Keb. llth, 1SII7.  NOTXOE.  VTOTICK IS HK1!KUV(!IVKN that 1. Cory  JL_N .M-'iiiiiniek, iiilend li'l days alter cliito to  in.ikc -"pplie.ilion lo the; Chief Ceniiniissinner ol  l.andsiiirel Works for perinis-iion 1,0 purcli.i*e  lilllaerc-or* land siliiated "on Fish liiver, I*-ir-  de.iii, West ICimlciiiiv, and uornmenciiiiK al -r  post jil.ieed ,ins| ,ibo\e the I'.-urj-on on Fish  Itivoraiiel riiimiiig iinrlli one mile. I lieneo oiisl,  one mile, llii'iteu siiiith ,ono mile, tlienco west  one mile to place of i-oriuiiciiec-nieiit.  ��������� COItY ."MKXJJIN'IC'IC.  Dated March I'.iLli, U!I7. ,iH-!li  NOTICE.      ,  .Aiiuovv J-ai;i: IniAXCir Tiiains  Arrive 15:.'t'l,  Tuesdays, Tliiirsilnys, Sntiirdiiys  Leave   1U:**ii,   .Simdiiys.   Tuesdays, Thursdays.  Ti'iiins on   Arrow Uiku.Hrancli eonneel  Arrowhead vvil.lr C..*c K. Co'*, Sti:.vmi:ii N vkusi-  making  , CLOSE    CONNECTIONS   To and From   Rosslaud, Trail Creek, Nelson;  Kaslo', Ainswortli, Pilot Bay,'  '��������� Nakusp,, New , Denver,  Three Forks; Sandon  ���������and���������   .  ALL POINTS IN SOUTH KOOTENAY  Robt. Gordon, Proprietor, ���������  Revelstoke Station.  , OTIt'K IS  HKtfKMY  i_\    eliiys nfier elate I inlend  to apply lo the  01VKN   lhal  sixty  N   .  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Win];-, for  perriiission to iitu-cli.tsu emu hundred anei sixiy  iiriv; more' or less ol liurd sjui.ued .iboul, eleven  milus .ibov u C.u-iies Civclc on the cast, hank of  lliu e.'oliinibi.-i Hivur and ad.ioiriiim- on the e.i-.l.  side lhe pre-emption of A. W. .Melntosli.  A. W. MCINTOSH.  March 23nl. 1S!)7.     . - 1'1-lt,  NOTICE.  !)Y virtue 'of a writ of lieri facias issueel nut  X) ��������� of the Siijireino Conrl, of IJi-il i-sli Columbia  iit Vancouver, vvlicu'in .). AV. Haskins i- iil-iin-  lu)1 .uid "Tire Orphan Hoy Gold Mining Com-  piiny. Limited Liability, iti-e defendnnts. I  liip-e seized lhe-aid Koods and eh.-ittels of 1 he  said ooiiijiniiy coiisisimif of n e.-erl lin mineral  claim known n-ihc "Orphan Hoy," siin.-uc anil  lieintC mi tlie small' slope ol McOullouli Mount-  iiin. on llm hc.i/hvaters nl llie west fork of .M.-j-  Cull'ieh ('nek. uoiiiiiioiily known as Harrotl  Creuk. mid shall soil lliu siuiio by I'ublic Aue-  lion. vviilr evi'i-.vlliiiiif bclon^iiiK llierctii, en-sei  iiuu-li I hereof t-i s,uisfy the siiiiljiidifiiicnl debt,  nnd ra*l*. amountine, to she sum of .?.'I.'-'l!U!l,  tntfellie'i- wilh anv furllrei- 1-11*1-. iniercst,  -ilierilfs fees. iKimidii^i'. etc., em Wednesday,  the -'lstd.iy of April, at Ii o'clock noon, in front  of the- Victoria hotel. Novels)oko. nub's- \\���������.  -..lirljiid^uicnt debt and eust-arc somrer-,il is-  lli-d. Sale subject to any linn.i llde w-orkiii.ui's  M-iKls, S. ItKIKiitAVK.  Shi'i-iir (if Keiolen.iv  Kev elstoke-. D.C. Ajiril 1(1, 1.SH7 ."il--!!  For firil infill-illation as to rates, etc.,  applv to i ,  , I.  T.   Iiji-wstor,'  1       Agent, Kevelsloke.  GKO. McL. HltOWX,  Di.strict l'lisseiiKcr AkciiI. Vaneouver, B.C.  STEAMER-' LARDEAU  Moots All Trains at    ' 1  ���������ARROWHEAD-^-    "  Golns Direct To  Lardeau and  Thomsons Landing  .     ���������-FOR   Fich Creek and  Trout Lake.  For further information a*, to  freight rales,  etc., appl.v to ,  MSNHINICK BROS.. Lardeau City  Columbia & Kootenay '_  Steam Navigation Co, W  PASSENGERS FOR  Hall's  Landing",  .Hot Spring's,  c    Nakusp, Three Forks  'Nelson, and Slocan Points,  Kootenay Lake Points,  ��������� Trail   Creek,   Rosslaud,-  North port and Spokane  ���������SHOULD TAK10 'fill.;���������  STEAMER  NAKUSP  .. .     ,-  Leaves Arrowhead  for Nakusp ' nnd  I.obson,  Monday, Weilni'sdaysand l> riil.iys.it 7 p.m.  Leaves  ltoljsim   for Nakusp,  Arrov\ In-nd "and  Oiiiiiidiiiii I'auilie; ltnilvviiy iniiiils (east  and  west) on  Tuesday-.,  Thursdays and. Saturdays .118:30 p.m.  Connection is made al,   Kobsem   wilh  C. & Iv.  li'y for Xckini and all poii't-*on Ivoiilein.iy lake  and   vvilli   sieiinror _" J.ytLon "  for  Trait    and  Xort.lrport. *���������  Establish Yourself in  The fast growing centre of North  i L  If you intend to purchase, as youi*  field of choice diminishes daily.  .   tiiio eiLoni;: tiii;i-:ati-:n-* iii.u.  Tlie filolie lias ������,ever.il collimils of  iloulile-le.ieleel reply lo Me-1 lines. ' Ful-  lowing llie vi-i-liaiiin report of hi-,  spei'eli, lhe- poiiiiol* lhe re-ply is mainly  to ri'fuli' .Mr. .Mclime's' assertion.-, that  the (e'lolie diil not commence te> ael-  voea-te the consi ruction of the ('row'-*  Nest Fa.s.s railway till l.-ixt Xove-rnhei,  and editorial and special a 1 tides are  epioled as fai- hack as Xoveinhci', lSUo,  sd-i'iiuoiHy 11 i-Lji 11 l^ the ceuis.trurtiiin eif  this railway, ,-is e:-seni i,-il to t he (lev elo p-  iiii-iiI of 1 he count 1 y.  TheC'lohe closi-s, hy ,s;iyillp; : " We  say tei .Mel n ires 1 ha I even y ciri-unisjanc-e  that could tell atrainsi 1 he (-ijohe. he-  lias (���������'xagf.-eialitel,' ami I'-ve'ry ilieiu .thai  vVeuil'd I I'll in iis'l'avoi'. he h.-is i igiioi eil.  \\ri'' have no faiiii lo timl- with his  (leiiiiiJK.1 I'm-dis.-dlovvaiice, nor with hi*,  (l-'iniiiiel feii- ,-i geiverniui-nt. rei.-id. As ,-t  repi-e.senlative of tin- people, he hns an  ihsolule-right In e'lee-liire' in  p.-trli.-riiieiii  .    MAIL CONTRACT.  QKAtKH TKXDKI.'S. iieldresvel m I he I'osi-  ij master Clenernl. will he received al Ollaw.i  mini noon on-.'Isi .liny foi- tlie ciiiive.v.ince! of  Her M.ijc-������t.v*s Mails, on 11 propose I'e-orilrni-l  for four yi-i.rsonce per vve-ck eiu-h vinv. bel.vvci'ii  Arrnwlie.iel nnd l-'i'i-^nson from (he Nt, .lulv  lre-\t.  I'rmtul iioiitc. ceinl.iiiiiiii,' f 111-|li.-i- inlorin-  ill inn in to cfilldilioiis of |,|-o|ios.ed eonli-acl iiinv  be si-en and blank form*, of Tender nuiv be uli-  lamed al the Fosl Olliee of lieveKlokej and ,i(  ibis oilice.'. -  -  K. II. KLKTCIIKI.',  I'eisl Oilice Inspeelor.  I'osi Olliee Iiispce tor's Ollicc.  Victoria, lit',, L'nd April. 1MI7. .")(l-.'il  For local I line card of the Company's steamers on ICoolenay Luke apply Io the purser on  board.  For full information its to lirkels, r.ues, e'te.,  apply to'I*. Allan,   Secretary, Nelson.   DC.  OCEAN  STEAMSHIPS.  '  ROYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEAPEST route lo tho OLD COUNTRY.  DOMINION"   LINK.  . V.vxceirvuu. fi-oin lliilifnv March 2d  Scois.m vx.        " "     April :t  L.vliu 11x111 " "     .....April  17  ALLAN   LINK,  d-'roin' llalil'iiN.) n  Lvi;iti,NTM\ March-J"  I'.viiisi.vN April III  MllM.-CII.IAN        "   '21  ItKAVKI!   LINK.  (Frorir SL.Iohn. X.lt.)  LaKl: WlNNII'l-iei Mnrcli 17  L.vicr IIi'iteiN        "    -.'I  L.vici: rii-i'i:uioii        '.'    HI  LAiii: O.v'r.vitio \ prill I  Cabin $10.���������mil iipw:in|i.    Inleriniieliale S.'ili.  .Sle.-erajieal. lenve'sl rales.  Passengers lieketi'el  HireiiiKli  lo all parts of  Great lirilain anil Ii-e-limil. and ill  sjiccially low-  rales In all pari*, of I In- Kiij'npi-ai! ceail incnl.  A pply liuiciircsl si e-n rush ipeir rail way ,i-;i-iiI,Iii  I. T. BREWS1TER. A.ercnt.Rovolstokc,  Or   ler    Wii.i.ia.vi     S-|ii"r,    (ii'iieral     Akci t.  Winnipeg.  For Lots Apply to  Sole Ag-ent.  Cut   This   Out.  J;  )���������"'  MAIN   I.INi; 'I'ltAIXS.  Knsl Minrnd (Nei. ���������!) arrives eluily 11:1,1 a.m  West   "      (No. I)      " *'     1 :���������.'.-; pan  I AICICOVV  I.AICi:  IIICANC'II TIIAINS.  Arrive Tiicsdnys. Tluii'siliiys.Sn|iif������liiy*i.,,l::i(i ji.m  Depiii'l .Siuiilays,'I'uesday^/l'hiiisdiiys   Llili p.m  1 THREE DOLLARS PER YEAR, POSTPAID, 1  6AUPLE CCPIC3 FREE.  MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS,  220 Market St.,   San ^rancisco,'(  MAILS.  iinvrci.sToKi: en.  Close for (lie west ,'l::t(l 11.111  easl .S-.'lli a.m  " " soiilli. Him., 'rile , Tii in-.  ..-'-''(I p.m  Iti'V. Sl.ilieni    ..S:.-|ila.rn.. .-(:.'lll p.m  Due from the; west I(I:(KI 11.111  ."     ���������   "������������������ ,  Ciisl, '.,..,'; W.lit p.111  ." "        south. Tiie., Thiirs.,,Silt..i'lil'i p.m  "���������,..,    '"        Itcv. Sliitiini ilia.iii., (i-.lii p.m  ',    lenvici.s-roii'KH'r.'.'rio.N- i'.o. . .  ��������� .���������  Close for the we.-st.  '..' ;,. 1:011 p.m  " "        ensl i !l:lilia.ni  "       ,��������� "        south. Tne.,���������Tbiirs.. Sal,,.!WKI n,.ni  lieve-lsleikc....   ... !l 11.111.. l.-llllp.m  Due from the ive-xl .'.- ; !l::������lii,.ni  i.-as! ..'.,. a .1:1.-. p.m  soiilh. Wed., l-'ri.. Mou...!l-.'i'l ii.,111  Kevclstiilie !l::jlia.in., I:|/i p.m  OR   WILL  I'ROMOTK A COMPANY  TO   BUY   OR   WORK   THEM.  Will   undertake   to   handle   Bonds   of Electric. Steanv or���������  Horse  Car. Railways, or Municipal   Bonds, : and: Build   Water  Works.    Address full particulars' ,    ���������'' -.  Manhattan Investors and Securities Company, Ltd.,  17 and   19   Biroadway,  New  York  City.  ���������a n  .-....--. ...-..,,  ��������� . i 1 1, 1 <: rni'irvii.  , ,  ,      , ,  .   .1   ei, ill,,    I.UU   p, III IIISlSllllllllllSlII III    11    II 111 I   1 I I     I 1        lllllfl        11 0  I lllllil     I If 1^     I    llllllll f\       I    V ���������fill  ;. sell properties or slocks nnd   arc push-    n-pn-M-nialive of 11���������- p,-,.,.!,-. he has an \\ MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS,. ���������'. * j l)^ fnau IIicmv.-kI ;.............;. ...Mm.,,,    ItXUUUUl/iJUU   JLiI V t/DLUl SO . Ullll  1J.UUU1 IblUO UUllipQll J , litU, ,  ;n������- -njeii ...vvel)   ii|.   in. Iheii ���������  hiis-in.'ss.    ,-il.,solnle t-i'-hi lo dc-lare in' parliani.'in. 1 S 220 Market St.,   San Francisco.'Cal: > "      ���������������������������  '; "wmiiiV xVe/i:.' V'i-iV.' Sir .'i'i ::':jKii! .    17   ;md    in   Brcvirlw-iv    IVcu- ���������'Ynrl-   PJtv  1 ' _ s^.^^.-v^v-v^ s^j^-���������-^���������~~~v������ - 1...       Kevelsloke !'*���������������! i.i.in.. tiir, jun /       nu     '>    r'I CA.lLi v\,a) ,    i\ C-VV      1 UIlv    v_.Il} .  rnmzmmmmMm<?mMmMmMmmmAmm:Am o
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�� Kootenay Lodge
*    * ���     -
No. 15 A.F. & A.M
r/IT.   '"- -
/fti *    *    The regular mcL-tini;
���^       are held in llie Jlas-
i~\       on if Temple. I luiirnu'-
^(?Y$nrS"i\'\*&e-!i-=   Ha"-   <>"    lhe   thiiil
ggg=~gU�� i'i',- -q. ^>--_  Monday   in, each
^.������ysTTs^ ,-^O.X^.^ iiioiil b    ,-u    S   p.   m.
Xr^A~^.T~-'i^y'A~     Vis'fnjj    brelhri.il
"*  's-~-���������"-���=��� i oriliiilly wclciiincil.
II. K. SMYTHK. Si:cm.T.vnv.
REVELSTOIilE LOBGE, I. O. O. T., Ieo. 25.
���<>' -.
Ke'^'.ilar jiK't'l iracs are hejd
~~'*j 7''"->���;-"'-IS-* '" <>.Mfollows" li.i!l everj
YAfi^ '���-��� '���>.'^iv Taursdiiv niiclil al ciirlil
^^>*J-l^iV'*" o'clock.   Visitint- brothers
>-"      -t-*j"'"-*s."-      oreiiiilly wideiomed.
J. A. STONE. X.G. T. .1. OitAlHIM, Six-.
Loyal Orange Loitso No. 1C5Q.
ICi'Kiilar inceliiins   are held   in
the   Odd   J'-ellous* Hall on the
��j       second :an. 1 fonrlli Weihiesdaj's
-J"!    of   cii'-li   rrionlli   al   7:.'tfl   p. in.
-if--Visiting brethren are.coiiliiill.v
7,,JJ>    inviii'il.
ys3-9     K. ADAH.-.      T. .1. IM.'AIIAM,
W..vl. Hie. .Secy.
��� KSTAHLISI1KI) lSte> ��-
y%\ Gomplate House Furnishings
Clias. MoImui liiiel eJiniicr in (Jalena
Pass on .Mi-'ntlnv.
A. .Jolinson, of the I!<��� raid, has gone
on a business dip to Calgary.
"   Jiiiilelings every wheie.   to   tin;   right,
hand,and to the: left.
Tlios. Black vve-oel, erf Winnipeg, was
in town one day this vveek.    ' .
Three'trail's, like ye.uug Lochinvar,
c.-iuie: out of lhe west on Tuesday.
It. 'Jainieson has seveieel. liis con-1
iiection vvitli the Jloi nc-Pavne Co.
Mr. Campbell, special agent, uf the
Canada Life was in town Wednesday.
Pieniier Turnei is said to be> sliiled-1
as a recipient of ' Queens, Jubilee
honours. ���
Mr. Kellie's Yukon resojutinn was'
badly knocked out in the ileiu.se>' this
week. �� '      ,   '
Tlie'Bloncly, Tom ] Ionic's big boat,
js in the water and he riiay build another right away.      t   '   ,   '
'Sliciriir Retlgi-iive got home tei Dun-
alel on Tuesday.     Jle cut ;i story short
to catch'tlie train..-      ..	
,   John Hutchison will put up a, store
building next, to the,smelter ollices op
posite the,little' green jug.
..Highly it Fn'sby got in from,Sugar
Luke on Tuesday. They'brouglit. back
sonic marten.
Have you seen Coursier's display of
millinery iind ladies''fancy gone Is. ������     *
A. ,15. Ellis, representing Weiler
Pros., of Victoria, ha.*, been canvassing
the: t-iwn this week.
GeHrge Roche lias got a- dandy
mineral location soinewlieie in E;igle
Pass that he is going to lest us in on.
J. rA. Magee, of the Koolen.-iy
-Lumber Co., was in, town this week.1
He hopes to be able- to arrange things
Mi as tei have a vaiel here.
Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent: .   ���,
We carry a; complete stock of the above :
Locks, Knobs, Doorbolts, Shelf-brackets, Butts,
Cupboard Catches, Sash-fasteners, Latches,
r, Etc.    .' '������.'''
Representative of-the Kootenay .Smelting' & Trading Syndicate.
i ti t.       '
, ,   Wholesale and Retail, Dealers in
Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and
.    Ship Chandlery Supplies.
11 '.'��� ( Also a complete Hue of������        -   c
Shelf    and    Heavv - HARDWARE,   ,,
^nzzsgg^.        Carpenters'   Tools,    &c.
Je'ssop's Steels,  Ore Cars,, Ore Sacks,   Etc. " ,    '
Complete line  of Paints,  dry and ground;' White   Lead, Raw and Boiled
Oil, Varnishes, Etc.   , , '      ,
CARPENTERS' TOOLS:   Disston Saws; Bailey Planes, iron and wood, Etc.   , '
���/STATION,' B. O.
McLennan'/ McFeely & Xov Ltd.
Iron, Steel, Miners','Mill,and Blacksmith Supplies.
Write for Information.
-Dealers in-
Furniture,  Doors, 'Saishes,  Blinds
and 'Coffins..
Hardware * -
Enamel, Ware.
milling   g   Q,
.J.  \V. CAMPI'ON, S-uwdm-Arrmxurer '' "       '"' J.   li.   yvT.  M AG\* AWLAYttoi Muvatjer.
. G.
Agents for Rimnonc] Sewing IMiicliine, Manufacturers Life Cnsui-aiice Rociet.y,
Union l-'iru In-siu-anee Co.,' Prov'iueial Uuileling, anei Loan Asssoeiat ion,
Oi.TiANs anrl Pianos.
���VfOTICI-: ISHKUKilY (IIVEN" l.luil :W duy*;
j_\ aflur il.itu I intc'liel te) ii|i]ily to ilu-Chief
Cniiniiissionei- uf l.iiirels iinel works for i\ special
licciii-u lo cut anil curry away limber from iho
follovviiii; luiiel hitinilc nn tin.' N.K. Arm of
Arrow l.nko, i-oiiiiii(.|iciiitr iit n lio.st alieiul unc
lililu iiiirlli of Whiskuy |ioinl, tlieinci' vvevsr II)
chiiiii*., tlienco iien-Ui 8u chain-?, rlicni'e; l'iv-.t h)
cliuin*. liior-o ni- liiss to tin; lake, thence following shore of lake lo slartiiiK point.
.1. K. IIAYNK**.
CoJiiaiili.v. P.C., April 12t.li. 1SIT.       e      '     ,V-'-tt
,      '��� ��� (Ll.MITliD'.
Capital, S1,500,000.' Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.
Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus, -.
Locomotives, Coal CuUi'r.s, Peciprocatin^ Drills,   Rotary Drills, Reduction and
Li^litinj,' Apparatus. ' '     ,   " .''"'
[\yitOT"^DQ   'Kitlier-eif Direct Ciirreiit en- Tluee Phase Types, Suitable
IVIvJ'   I   L<Ji\0    foi-0an'v make, of Fan, Pump, Hoist or Crusher.       '
Lle'ctric-iil Tiansii'i'issou eif Power, by unr Three Phase System, successfully
opei'iited up to JiO miles. ,
 b: c. BRANCH OFFICES     .
Granville Street-VANCOUVER   t
, General founders,
engineers, boiler-
makers and mannlac-
turers of all classes
of machinery.
: "^^^f-j^-^";^ I?
a   full   supply of
engineers'     and
|   mill supplies,   pipe   and
>j   fittings,    brass-    goods,
s,    brass-
steam    fittings,
!    split pulleys, oak tan'n'ed
leather beliiii'>:, etc.
Estimates for boilers
'and'engines on application.     ��� .    >
Kootenay District���NELSON
' H. N.. COU
Tlie attention eif lienisi'liolilers is dir- ,
ecte-il to Lhe following : j
(1) Xo pi'i'.'cnl shall Mift'i'i' llie- ai-cuui-
uliition upon his- prenii.-es1,  en-  eli-pcisit, j
or pci'uiit tlie  ele-posit   upon   any  liinel . r7r-r-=rr-r
bi'lemijinp: to hiin or nneler bis  control
of ,-iiiyl.liiiii;..<o as to endanger tbe
lie health, or shall deposit or  -nil'
lie eli'positi'il  in.   upon,   or   into,   any ,
stiei't,   -epi.ire,    lane',    hv-way.   ivliarf.
lenerai ivierctiani-.^
��� Copnjp of Alexander St. anil Wasiminste? Ave. laaeoiivep, B.C. - '���
P.O. (I)ni\vor 754.' "   - 0 ,        Cable address Ki Cove."
'    MAXl.RUTs'RKKS/lF
��;Slu;��,!^ iviiiii^. milling ahd smeltihc machinery
(Und--ir License from THE E. P. ALLI3 CO., Milwaukee, Wis.)
otbi'l-  refuse,   or  vi'irctablc  eir  .-iiijmal ]
iiiaLtei' or Hit 11 of any kirn',
(2) UetvveiMi the loth ilny "f Maicli !
anil the firsl'iliiy of Xovi'inhiM-, no hour 1
���.hall In-   ke'pt'exi.i'pt   in   pens   --evi'iily
fi'ct fiom anv lioii-e-,   with   lloors   ke-pr    ("i'ii--lt<-i ~   liolK    .\i^-    C,,i>e ,-rilr.if <������<>.   S,i,-,ii-,   Sl.-'iup*.    I''iinp~.   ��� '���iiii|iri'sse'i-.��,
f.v.'fioii. standingvv.-it..'!'aiiiliv.-iila.lv-, ' ' t|,   .    ..,-,���,., .. j.;,,^;,,, ��� \v,i,'.,  W\v ,-l-. \-\u-.
cle-an-i'il anei d|smlee-te-el.
(.'!) All privies   inu**t    be  cli'ili-u'il   out   ��� Solo Agents Tor B.O. for JOHN BERTRAM & SONS Ma-Juni-jts' 1 ools.
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liiiisl  mil  I !>��� (bun peel e,n livi-i  li.ink but  ' ,....-,-., .v/r-o   -j r* I    I; I   Lllln Ml' M    Wll,    W.>   I .
he li'inov.-.l en-bur I. , VANCOUVnl,. b O.         .	
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The centre of
�� Th
Pentril e,f ll.-allh.
Re-vi'lsiuki' Division.
(lovl. Ai��e-nt.
Capital Authorized, - S2,000,000
Capital Paid-up, - - - 1,963,600
Rest,        1,156,800
H. S. HOWLASD.        -        -        President.
T. R- MER.R.ITT,     -     -      Vice-President.
William Railway. Hilfjh Ryan. Robert
Jalfray.   T. Suthorlanel Staynor.
Head Office,    -     ���    TORONTO.
D.  R. V/IUKIE,. Gcnf:rnl M.-inaijiT.
Ksse-\, Ke-r-icil". ("i.ill. Inici'iveill. N'l.-i'Cii.ni Kulls,
I'e.rt Cullirii'iie*. Itul I'eirl.iKl'. Hi. C'/il Ii,ii-iiwm,
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(Cur. vVe-llliifct'iii St.iinrl l.eaele p l.iinc
Tnliei.STii'' VeiliKi-fiii'l Qire'i-M His   Ilr.iin-li.
I S'nriK'i nil'' llliieir .-'M. Ilr.iii'li.
rr.-niiilfiii. Man. I'iirlii-,'1: I.<i ' I'niiric, .Man.
e'-iltfiiry. .MIiitIii. l-riiie-i' Allie-rl, S.e-1..
I'Miiiejiilnii. Allii.    \Viimi|ic(c, Mini.
Vancenn'cr.       -        -      ' -.1; ��� - ::    U<;Ve:lHl,iilen.
J.eiNlieiN. K.N-rr.. blujil's Hiuik. I.jel.    .Vi'.vv Ventre,
Hank nf >j'iiil.ri'iil.
Full line of prospector's and;
miner's supplies always in stock!
at moderate prices. Groceries,,
Provisions- etc. ���
~ and
The Point atl^crMela'
Por prices and particulars apply to
���  T. L. HAIG,
Real Estate Agent,
Revelstoke, B.C.
E. G. PRIOR & CO. Lm
j��****^Wholesale Dealers in.
duels erf Agriciilliira.l. Im.])l('.rn'::iit;s, Plows,
": Canadia'n -and' A inerican   Wagons.   ,
.    !>.<'..  at  price's  lo suit  l he-. times.
A general banking bualnesK'transacted.
Ahonfis and debentures bought and sold,        " +���  fnv'Mn����PV-Harri��? BlfVploS
A. R;.D. HEARN, Manager, Revelstoke,    AgGllto 101  MaSSey -tlcllUS mOJGlGh.
I farrows,,S(,::e:de.:rsi
I -ari/rst  slock ��� in
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