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 w������"-���������'  v*  \*1  ^P A.  ewww*  ^ M-  H  Vol. 5.���������No. 2.  REVELSTOKE.  WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C., APRIL ,30. 1898.  $2.00 a Year.  ANOTHER TURNERISM'.  A-LETTER OF PREMIER TURNER'S  CONTRASTED  With the reported cost of the protection  work at Revelstoke ��������� The Dominion offer and co-operation ho,  claimed inadequate.  The i'ivur bank woik is finished and  we are most credibly informed tlml it.  hits cost some $200 less limn SI5,000.  We wish Hon. J. II. Turner, our bj-il-'  limit finaiuc minister and most, astute  premier, and his turnc-riati'd peanut,  supporters in this town, nnd tin-" intelligent public generally, in view of the  above statement, to pause a moment,  on tb'i following sentence in a letter,  dated '.January 20th, 1SS1S, fiom  /Premier   Turner  to  the   pri'sident of  ' the Revelstoke board of trade:���������1 may  say further llial. it was 'a 1 most fortunate that tho action contemplated  hy the Dominion   government was oof  ' taken heretofore, as the sum provided,  conditional upon the province contributing a like amount, was altogether  inadequate to accomplish what was  desiiedand would undoubtedly have  been so much money thrown away.  Does not* this make Turner appear  in an unenviable light? What does  the public think? The Dominion oiler  conditional upon the Province contributing a like amount would -have  resulted in a Mini of $21,000, of which  lint due-half would be paid bv tlie  ptovinee;   yet this  brilliant  financier  , who .spend* $1-1,������00, all piovincial  money,, pleads, as, excuse foi not accepting the found1 offer that it was  entirely'" "inadequate     lo   accomplish  ��������� what was desired. flI( $21,000 and ro"  operative agreement between tin* (.wo  governments was "altogether imi'dr  ivjimte,"' wimp is -$1J,S0U and broken  negotiations? Will Premier Turner,  answer?    Will   he   admit that what'he  s.  has done now is money thrown away?  People will think so,' that in politically,  when the Turner candidate's poll on  .election day is made known. Tiie  premier   has   bungled   this protection  alfair badlv and he   will   be  reminded  i * .   1   <  of   it frequently   in   the , coming campaign or. the Mail   is  much   mistaken.  i-������   ��������������� ��������������������������� ������������������ ��������� ..-  Raise Your Weapon,  Why doesn't the Daily Dodger take  "up the cudgels for the government?  Why does it not defend theii support  of lhe tax on wot king miners, their  championship of Chinese labor, their  railway policy (Cassiar Bill for instance,) their apportionment of taxation in proportion to revenue, (the  Kootenay Kow) their treatment, of  Kootenay in redistribution bill on basin  of voting stieiisff.li (on������ seventh of the  electors and one fifteenth of representation) their treatment1 of tbe  district, in the %aine measure on basis,  of taxation in relation to representation (one third of the revenue, one  fifteenth of representation.') This list  is enough tor one week. It will be  interesting to hear a defence from this  silent, and cowardly turncoat who  thinks motives should be allowed look  after themselves, Stand out where  you belong, I-Joi'illd, nnri raise yom  weapon for your Turner government;  we will meet yon on behalf of tlie  interests of the people of Kootenay  without any fear of the result. Thrice'  is he armed who hath his'q'uarrel .just.  The Mail's quarrel with the Turner  government is a just one and it will  win it. The ring is ready but the  Herald wont come in..  ground location came to order in the  court room on Thursday evening. T.  L. Haig ������',is elected chairman .ind W.  G. Paxton secretary. The minutes of  the previous meeting having been read  and appioveil the committee submitted  their report.l       , ,  They reported an offer of 20'acres  made by A. Williamson, of ground  near the lake, about one and three-  quarters miles ftoin the railway depot.  They liked the gioimd but thought,  the cost of putting it in shape would  be too great. They also examined a  bench suggested by .some, lying north  of the (own- They found it too high  and difficult'of ,ippioac|j. They l ec-  ommended a sjte norlh-wi."-t 'of tile  railway track on the same ilat as'the  old toiviiMte, covering blocks al to ,j0  'inclusive, iiiid part of 57. ��������� They liked  Hiis ground. Kasy of access-, not dilli-  I'lill lo'clear, picturesque location and  Dominion government property.  The meeting having examined maps  thoughtfully provided by the committee, endorsed the committee's selection and alteied it only liy adding a  request for the increased ��������� aiea given  by the addition of blocks 57 aud 58.  This ground asked for will ��������� probably'  cover an aiea (if 75 or SO acres. The  meeting adjourned.        j  Battled for Twenty-four Hours.  -Theopposition-party made a splendid  fight on tlie redistribution (what a  misnomer) bill, ��������� Thev held   the limine  ' r J-  ui session lot over twenty-four,bonis���������  ���������the longest sitting in the history of. the  Province���������hut tlie government, were  deaf to facts'and reason and the bill is  practically complete as only'one clause  (o) remains over,by consent. There is  entire unanimity of opinion in Koot-  enay that, the bill does it an injustice,  yet, the, splendid attempt, of the opposition party to lemedy tliat injustice  i.s described by the Colonist, thij government mouthpiece, as chatter, idle  as the rattling of a wealhei , vane,  There will be a,Wind from Kootenay  ,'i'oout election time that will make ' ihe  political weather vane point another  way. 'The Colonist may belittle the  opposition's great effort to , get just  ivp.i esentation rll it pleases, the people  appieciate |ho-e services of the .opposition party'and will fully recom-  nense tbeiu. >. "  A Shrewd Blow.  Pi emier Turner'has oxiaessod hiin-  self.in favor of a grant to the Slickine-  Teslin railway and this coupled with  theunoiunlies of the Redistribution bill  makes clear that the'Government is  dominated by those who wish to bleed  the Province foi the benefit of Victoria.  ]f the executive is nioie anxious to  serve Victoria than the rest of the  Province it is time that, the remainder  ol* the Province saw that another executive was appointed. The concentration of representation in Victoria  and the constituencies around it und  the giving of another member to  Cassiar, whose trade is controlled hy  Victoria men, can have no other object'  in view than- the controlling by the  'Victoria, clique of the whole Provhn ia!  expenditure. However sectionalism  may bo repudiated, the interest of the  whole mainland driven its people to  make the fight cof the coming Provincial election against Victoria influence and the government which is  identified ' with" it. Sectionalism has  its def-cts but the time has coiue when  the other section, which i.s conti Hinting Ibree-foi'u lbs, if not more of tbe  revenue, should have the direction of  Provincial affairs.���������Rosslaiider.  The Recreation Ground.  The adjourned  meeting  to  hear the  repot t of the commit tee  on recreation  VWANTKD���������Hy lady,   situation   as   working  '*     hous(.'"ci.'i.'jici'.   ItuforenccsKiven. Artih-uss  A. H.. MAIL oliicu.  l-'-'t  NOTICE.  ,  qiKN'DKIJS KOI; TIIK HHI'XJTjON of a two  1 storey building im Mackenzie A vinne will  bo received up to li o'clock, ii.iu., on Wednesday.  MayJth. Plans and S|je:-ilic.il ions (.-an bo seen  at tbc olllco ot" T. K. L. Taylor, Cowan Block.  Monday, May lind. The lowest or any louder  not nccuss-iii-ily accepted. Tenders to be. scaled  and handed to  a-it ' t. e. L. ta vi.on.  Application for Liquor License.  ���������VTOTICK IS FKUKUV GIVKN' that tliii-lv  1.1 days ill tor dale I. rlie iindci-.siniu-d, intoni'l  lo imply le llio Stipendiary Mii^isii-ato loi-  S'oi-tli Iticling of West Kootenay lor a boons';  lo soil li(]iuir by Vcl.iil at inv hotel sitimteil al  '"The Kiii'in,,l.i miles from Albeit ('.noon. H. ('.  1IAVII) \\U61..S1']V.  Illecillcwaet, April 11, ISfM. ,V_Mi,  Dissolution of Partnership.  XTO'J'IOB IS IlKIJlClTv (JIVES' Unit the  j_\ p.-iiliK'i-ship licrcloforo oxislin/^ between  Ii. H. Alkins nnd ,i. A. Sniilli, uiider lho linn  imiiiu of j\ I kins &.Smith, ns piibiisboi's of the  Kootk.vav Mai:, newspaper, was ilis.sohid  Aluroli III, IH'.K.  The Kindergarten Re-ooens..  .si,,....., i n. !{. ATK1VS.  r"MK '   |.l. A. SMITH.  Tho snid business will be rimlimicil and coi -  ducted b.v II. It. Atl.-iiis, mid 11. It. ('.implall.  as Atkins 6c I'liinplii'll. to whom all m-ooiinls ot  I ho old linn arc p.'ij.iblo and by whom all di-li -  of tin: llriu will be pi \i\.  mL, , I H. It. ATICINS.  1 ^"'   i M, It. UAMIMll'JI.I..  The indies of Revelstoke interested  nrtlie liindoig.trten met yesterday to  receive Miss Powell, the new tearher.  and a pleasant time was had. The  school will open next week and continue right along. Miss Powell comes  straight from Quebec City, where,  while conducting a kindergarten class,  she wns h-cturer, besides, on natuial  science and primary met hods in St.  Francis' college. She also holds an  M. Ij. A. fiom McGili. and as.-i-r.uit  and instriiL-tiess cei tificates f.om Ontario. The kindeigarten ladies are evidently lo be congiatulated on securing -,\ teacher of such high qualifications and everyone u ill be delighted  to hear of (he expected success ot the  school. A register will be'kepfin the  school room and'all who take an interest in I.his work w ill oblige by calling and registering. Tt is a very interesting pioject, this kindertr.ilten.  and should receive plenty of encoiu-  agement and support,  OUR BOLD SOLDIER BOYS.    ,  Enthusiastic Meeting Tuesday Decides  -    to Form a Militia Company.  One of the most enthusiastic, hearty  and entirely unanimous meetings held  in town-was that of Monday' night to  discus- (he inatt-r of forming a militia-  company al Revelstoke. The big court  room was very well lilU-d when ibe  meeting commenced and lhe number  continued to be. added to right lo its  close.  Mr. J. I"). Graham opened the meeting by referring to the letter liom Col..  Peter--which appeared ill the M.\!l. last,  week. lie-lated the ,i esult' of a ,slill  nioie receii! conversation with the  D. O. C. and hoped to see a slrong  company formed here ii'i which he  would as one who had seen soineWrvice  hiliiself take a deep interest. % He proposed i lv meeting appoint a regular  chairmun and secietary, and on motion  2>lv. A. G. M. Spiagge '.\as elected  chairman; Mr. XV. G. Paxton, sec-re-  taiy. Severid shoit speeches were  made, all f(u!l uf good humor and  enthusiasm, and after1 a ������hort discussion the following motion was unaiii-  inou-ly passed:---     ' ' ;-.,  Resolved, That a militia, company be  formed at Revelstoke. aud'tbat in view  of the central po-iiion of Revelstoke,  as well in regard to I he disl rict of Kootenay a.s to the line of the O. P. R., that  Col." Peters, 1). 0. C. be requested to  recommend Revelstoke a.s head;  quai tei-s. .        '  The chairman said all that' remained  to do was to get signatuies sufficient  to show that ('(fiiipauy could be stinted  and in response about -18 Hitmen .were  quickly signed. A huge numbo!" of  those signing, it was-most interesting  to .notice, had been in the regular  army, militia, volunteer foice and  mounted,police, and enough of these  veterans were signed to almost make  one company. The meeting adjourned  witb the national anthem and cheers  for the Queen.  In further allu-ion to this subject it  is noticeable that'already meetings, are  being or have been'held iu Rossiand  and Krtuiloops-. and'u newspaper (Rnss-  land Miner) of the former place is out  already .with" an" elliloi ial argument (F)  iu favor of, Rossiand ,is headquarter-.  It says: To one familiar with the  situation there are a number of excellent 'reasons why Ihe lvadqr.ai ters  *hould0be located hern. Rossiand is by  far the largest centre of population in  southern B.C. and may therefoie. be  relied upon to furnish moio men for  enlistment thiin'will anv town in this  section. Besides ibis there are  superior advantages here for drill  grounds which is an important feattue  especially in the holding of annual  encHinpiiu-nis, Then, too, the fact  that Ros-land i- such a central point  is a very important consideration.  The. Mail hardly thinks it nice to  make this, matter a subject of news,  paper controversy. ("Colonel Peters will  we know aureo with us), yet we feel  inclined to contrast the centlality ot  Revelstoke with that of Rossiand in  this mattei of "a militia corps of fi"  companies along'the line of the C.P.R.  and in Kootenay," and a.s lo the siiit-  ahility of the two places' for drill'  grounds and encampments why il  would be all Duke of .York manouvei-  ing (up the bill -ind down again) at  Ros-land. But, theie, Colonel Peters  can see for himself, he bus judgment  and sftiofl sens" of his own.  .     OUR LOCAL, MEMBER  Speaks   Out  Manfully  on the Redistribution Bill.  Mr. Kellie, the member for North-  West Kootenay, in speaking of the  redistribution bill pointed out amongst  other thinirs that  Cowicban-Alli'eini, Ksqiiimault, S.  Nanaiino, Caiihoo, Cassiar, and K. and  XV. Lillooet with a combined voting  st length of '.i.iilii) were given 12 members  while Vv. Kootenay wilh 3,SS5 was  triveli but tin re. One of the cbi"f  considerations in the'ha.-is of icpriy  sentation should be the population of  the dis'ti ict nnd'wheii the ,govei nmcnl  in bringing down a measure of'iedis-  "I ribution aiiowed one dislrict In have  a H'tim'es grealer voice according lo  population than another district it  coiddiioLji]s(ifyi(. Theicason why such  a bill ivas brought down was" (bat the  government was aft aid to face the  electoisol' l lie province (in its policy.  In order to escape the verdict of the  electorate tbe government 'had fou.id  it necessaiy to give excessive representation to such districts as' had  generally returned government, supporters.  Upon the increased area' added, to  this liding Air. Kellie properly pointed  oui that the Duiicau River section  should have gone to Nelson riding. A"  the r government basr i,n its' wisdom  created the Revelstoke riding, said  Mr. Kellie, if. woukHie impossible,, for  '.) or 10 months in the year, lo'get from  one portion of it to another without  travelling through the Nelson riding,  in this matter he pointed out the go\-  eihniei-,t's want of knowledge of the  disli ict they had .tampered with. lie  power!iillv contrasted the treatment of  Kootenay with Ilia! given the Lillooets,  Cassiar, Caribooaud other, numerically  small districts, and told'Premier Turner  that.be had no strength of will and  was not a man of his word."  scheduled' lo sail from \rancou\er  May J5t.li for "Wrangel, will we are  now advised sail on May -^th, All  parties who contemplate goin^ by this  boat should call on tho company's  agent liete, and make their arrangements-fur. reservation of berths and  fi eight space.  Easy running, noiseless sewing,  machines at Cour-ier's.        ' o  .J. 1). (jlraliani is putting in a lot of  woi kt,on his lots ou fcJecuncl Street.  ITe will have a vi'i-y pretty place theie  when it is all fixed as he. intends.   J lis  residence, is   iiiueli   im pioved    bv    the,  ' i    ri ''  new porch.  Ceo. W Moikill, Kec.-Tieas. yrif tho  Kootenay l.uiiilior Co.. was iu town on  Mourliiv and at tended tiie .militia  meeting. Mr. Morkili is a piitctised  ride marksman aiid if we have, a rifle  team here pioiiiiscvto assist. J  Dr. Westwood, ot Guiiiberlnnd,  Vancouver Island, wns in town Monday. Tie has been into Trout Lake  with a \ iew of locating ami went down  again on Tuesday. ' 1 fe likes Trout  Lake and may determine) to locale,  there. , '    '  i *    ,'  Stylish   nu'Iliiieiy  ���������Jono at Coursier's.  SEEKING'A SKELETON.  A PARTY YESTERDAY   GO OUT TO'  FIND ONE.      '  They   Find' it;on the Mountain,��������� A  Ghastly Sight���������Thought  to Be a  ,  Chinaman���������-A Knife.^ind Piece, of  ^    Hunting" Coat.  and   dressmaking  o  a   fullv   ordained  Donald   last   Fri-  Loeal and Personal Briefs. ,  Tlie river bank job is   done.    Vi7ell !  what of it?    ,,     ,! '        \  Swan AndciMiii" i.s   back    from    his  eastern visit.  \^  ���������i- Another   lot  of   now dress goods'at  Couisier's. .,*���������''      ,o  "The change in the forwarding ollice  begins to-morrow.  Fell Off uhc Bridge.  Joseph. Troiublev, of Millet's bridge  g.-ingat .Sicinioiis, fell ofi" a budge near  there on Monday aiuP -t riking some  bolts and timbers Severely, l<ioke and  strained the colds or tendons of the  leg producing a kind nf pai alysis. Hi;  w.-ts carried fo the Inland Hospital,  Kamioops, by \V. J. Hall the same da\  and is now ii i- reported doing so veiy  v\ell that he may be around again in a  week i.'i' :���������(>,  A Strike of Ruby Silver-  A leporr has reached the Mail that  at the .Silver Cup mine on one of the  lower levels a large hunch of beautiful  ruby silver ore ha.- been struck. The  repot t was obtained on pretty <j,iod  authoi ily and it. is ho|������'������l that it v\ il!  he found con ert. y;,,. f,jp j.- ;l gi-^.a  pi operl y and is developing nicelv  under Mr. Mi.Neill, the siipeiinl endeiit.  Our Map Series.  'The Mail has in course of preparation a really fiist -class- map of llial  im poi taut mining camp. I he Pish Ci eek  camp. The map has had in ils coin-  pilalion the experience of the most  practised prospectors and residents and  i.s pronounced by those who have seen  it to be the most leliable and best  executed yet, pioduced in (his section  of Kootenay. The map is not assisted  by the Government nor by the Moaid  of Trjidc, it i- piueiy pi i vale unterpi island will be veil wo:th the p; ice asked  for it to every prospector, miner, mine  owner and bii'.iness man in ibis  countiy.  Tiv.M.UT. will have other map- of  the local mining camps before the  public shortly and give them Ihe  hcivh't of lhe experience of liv mosl  reliable men iu the country at a  nominal cost. These maps aie not  compiled by sitting iu an oflice with a  rule, compass and ollvi map- as guides  but aie lhe i e-nlt of ripe knowledge.  Price of the Fish Creek map -"50 cents.  Orders will be leceived ;|t the Mail  office,  Re.v- 13. P. Plewelling, of Kamioops,  was in Jiiwit this we^'k. . a  See Couisiei's range of women's and  .childi en's footwear.       ��������� , o  Tho French Creek and Stoneleigli  Mining Co.'s ha\n taken oliices in the  Molson's bank 'building.  A carload of Manitoba stall-fed  cattle is expected to arrive' this evening for J". P.. Hull it Co.  Cowan-Holten Downs , have let a  contract for a huge addition lo their  wholesale liquor warehouse.  Largo range of perfect fitting skirts  at Coursier's. o  J. D, Graham, manager of the. Gold-  fields of British Columbia, Limited,  left, for Trout Lake to-day. c  The amount of iiupiovemeiit going  on all ovor town is very noticeable  unci very qncuimitniig too.  e- ������     n  Handsome blouses in American  styles at Couisiei's.  r  Constable MoRae went lo Kamioops Monday   night   with   a   prisoner  and returned Werlnosdav without one.  o  Jlowaid West, A. l\. S. JI., of New  Denver, was'in town Sunday and  helped to play tin. Oddfellows to  church,  o '  Pi filly spoiled Persian and Dresden  muslins at Coursier's.  Nathan IL Lay, the genial host  of tlie. Lake View Hotel, Tiout Lake  City, came, up Satin day, and lemained  till���������Monday.  Jsew boy's suits al Coin sior'n.       o  The new addition to that popular  hanking institution, the Imperial, is  growing quickly and *t improves  sidcrahly tin, appeal anue of tin  ing.  Constable.    Mediae     has  KewW. Burton,  minister, arrived at  day to ta/i-ft charge of the Presbyterian congregation at, that place.���������  Golden Era.  John Crowle, .a well known old  time iftsident of, RoAol.-stoke, ariived  from the south yestc day afternoon.  Mr],Crowle has been mining at !3utte,  Mont.     '  Flint's Sarsaparilht with Iodide of  Tron and Potassium strongly recommended as a spring tonic.;���������McDowell-  Atkins- Watson ,Co., McCaity's block,  Revelstoke Station. ���������     > o  J as. Gill, W. M. Lawrence's bookkeeper, is making" arrangements to  open a large dry-goods, gent's furnishings and boot 'and .shoe st ire in the  Taylor block- soon to be erected oii  Mackenzie Aietuio. See the new firms  ad. in this issue. ���������  IX. (i. McConnell has, it is repbrCed,  declined to accept, the offer of the  position ef provincial ' mineralogist.  \M. A.-BucZ-e, of Kaslo,-is said to have  a good chance of' the oflice. Mr  jJue/i'o, would m.i/t'e a good oflicer,  s The meeliiig-called by IX. Tapping  on the Teslin Lake bonus was pooily  attended. Enough came, hown\or, to  adjourn it decently and in order so  that when tlio details of this pioposed  bonus become fully known ,a meeting  may lie called to discuss it.  . Charles Wilnon, of IX. S. Wilson's,  returned Thursday , morning 'fiom  his Jong business, trip > to the e.astei n  Canadian cities;. He lias ' selected a  most complete and varied slock of lhe  vc.-.y latest- suitings, etc., and it will  pay the intending put chaser to look al  tlie Wilson stock before ordering anywhere else. - ������ '  About a dozen citizen's accompanied ���������  Coroner   McLean   and   Constable Mc-  Rae yesietd-iy   aftei neon   to   look' up  the   .skeleton   leporied   found   on   tho  mountainside.      The party was led   by  Kd    Wjiite.   wiiu' first   discovered    it'  early in   the    week.       After   a   steady  cliii|b   at a    tatca'c-JU-ek   rate for about  an hour White, stopped, 'drew a postal  card from his douket  and   said,   "ll is  near this   -pot;   look   out,   bovs,  for a  black stump with   fiHir   ciossed ��������� slick���������*'  laid on it'."      'J'he   pai ly   at once scats'  lerii'l .Hound and  after   a jaw minutes  search, one -shouted '-here it is!"    And   '  there,   sine   enough,   it.0 was.   all that  remained of someone   who   died there.'  suine     t.ime     ago,    in ��������� sight  , of' die  beautiful Joi dan' valley   and   cliff con- ]���������.  filled Eagle-pass.      The   skeleton   was  not intact, the, .skull,  was   missing and  the weight of snows���������for   how   many  seasons it is haid to say���������had crushed   ���������  and disconnected   the" frame till  it lav-  flat and broken ,on  the   giound.    .Ex-,,'  animation   proved   thai it was dressed'  in a coat, once   black,   and one of  the  party   at   once   declared thai, it wan a,  Chinaman who   was  suddenly   missed  one, e\ening   about','two   years   ago.  One, of the   doctors   present said, too,;  that taking the size' of- the'frame into  consideration   the   remains werethos.e ���������  of a small adult,   and, this, ( with   the ,  clothing, made it appenr'quite poss-ih'e.  that it   was   a   Chi  natnan.  Fiirth  con-  bmld'  More Martin Matter. ���������  ���������  The four Liberal meinbors of the  Commons from (H. C. with Senator  Tenipleinan inlet \ ip.wed the' minister  of .justice, to-day re.gaidi.ng tlie judicial  \ac.mcy. , Thoy are very reticent a.s  to what has transpired but it appears  as if Mr. f). C. Prase.-. M. P., is now  entirely out of the running and that  the plum will go to Mn. Joskpii  M \htin.���������Victoria-Colonist, April 27.  The "report that" , JFlo.v. .Jo?i:pu  Mautin is lo be made' Chief dust ice  obtains some credence. ��������� Colonist,  April 28.  se.;i;ch added the broken "skeleton of a  dog, a part of a hat, boots, and,a big  open knife which lay" hidden 'underneath the. body. This lead to many  conjectures as to how  the person died,  but, without ������further   probing inlo the  0. ���������      ���������     ���������     - .,,','���������-. ,  air,"it   is   impos-unle   to   give good  ���������  grounds' for   any   theory.    .  Anotheiy/  mystery, or seemingly   so, was the'dis-  coiery of n.piece of ^ a   canvass   hunt- '!  ingyoat,,- near' the   skeleton,"."which'  was not a part of the deceased's cloth-; -  ing.     Who���������.did.,it "belong to?      How,'.'  did it come theie?  There is most   undoubtedly* a   mys- "'  tery-to be solved in" this   ghastly 'discovery, a mystery which   will    require    ���������  a good   deal 'of   acuteness 'and yippli- ,  cation to unravel.     If it is the-, missing ������������������  Chinaman the mystery is still   tbeie.to  discoier the manner of death,   it   not  the Chinaman, w ho is it?  Opened for Business'.  Our New Street.  To   avoid   a    large    expenditure  moiiev in cribbing t lie road   along  Of  lie  i i ver bank near tb" school-house is t he  excu.-e offered bv Ihe D.iilv Dodger for  Hie extension of Guveriiiiient-SI reel to  Thiiel Sln-et.  If the idea w.islo exneiid   monev   iu j  ."Unison's Hank opened for business  Monday morning in their splendid new '  building on the corner of Mackenzie  Avenue and Fitst Street. The build-"  ing is a .large i two stoiey one, with  most comfortable ipiai ters ups-rairs for  the manager, and'on the ground floor  (liebanking room i.s of.cn\u-=e the main  featuru though the ve-'tihule, vaulrand  ofiices are all worthy of noiice. The  furnishings of the,banking room are of  (piarleied oak and give an .-ipptstrance-  tu the loom that only such furnishings  can. ll is a splendid room and as nicely appointed as many' to lie seen in  much''larger places.     ,        '  Mol-on"s ij.iuk i.s an old and tried;  institution, it was incorpoiated in 1S.>j,  and the 12nd annual general meeting  held in October "97 showed its condition  to be eminently sati-factory .a-- the,  in'tt earnings- of th,. year amounted to  $2.">!).177 51. which paid two semi-annual  dividend's of -I per cent each and a'  bonus of 1 per cenl. and allowed sjUH-  000 be added to re-t account.  Tho   local    manager   i-    Mr.    ].   1").  Mol-on. a leMiive of the founder's, a ml  the   c'l-hier   i-   Mr.   Kenneth    J.     C.  Johnson, -ni- of J. fi. Field John-on. ol*  i Y.uimiii i'i-.  tm-:  -SIX  names all p.nil up as suhscriueis to  the new gun club. The. grounds are  excellent for shooting.  Views    of     tho    town,      and     local  scenery    recently   taken.���������.McDowell  Atkins-Watson Co.,   McCtrty's   block,  Kevelstoke slaiioii. o  \v 11 >���������  Is  as  been   in  left   Mondnv  imeiested   in  Thus;.   Downing,  ii.w n for some time  for 1'"! Cieek.      11  the M,.|i. ���������   k.  ge    will     preach    iu    the  i' an   ion,oi iow   morning,  .ei ei il,e eiening.   Hev.  ivili  1, ��������� .,i    I! ilnion    .Vrm.  '.Mr. L,n  ,\ielliodisi ,  and Mr. '.'.  .). A. Woo,  Leef,    lion  aii(  I    Wine,    marie with  ���������cr   extract  pri  the finest  wine and  c-iiiablc.- --MeDoue.,  Co.,       McCarly's  Strltioil.  The Canadien Pacific Railway Coin-  pan v's steainei   Allieuian,   which   w;ts  e  XI kins - Watson  dock,   Jlevelsluke  o  cribbing Third Si reet I bis extension of  Govern ment Street would in I lie opinion !  of tbe Mail be sensible ; but. to avoid  t be cribbing is seemingly lie pom est  kind of excuse, as (he '-extension"  heads direel for the very weake-t  point on Third Street. It look- ro the  M.\II. to be almost iin-afi. in the pre-ent  condil ion of the bank for a,team to  drive over Government, Stieet extension on a dark night to Third Street:  and lo think of a rnnawav iu ibe -ami-  diicciiou i- horrible. .Accident, in  eil her of t lies,' case- i-, not Ilea: ly -o  likely lo ocelli' by keeping straight  along Tb.iid or Second Stieet. it i-  coml'ot I ing In think, himcver, that  there seems to la- no clanger of accident  as (he Mail hasn't seen a train go  ovei it since it. was fixed.. There I-" j  enough   stone   on   that    extension    to'  The i. 0. 0. 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'iii \  the kootenay mail.  PA GE  -j>  ��������� v  :  AN ADMIRABLE SPEECH  BY  He  THE'LEADER   OF   THE   OPPOSITION   PARTY.  points'out the injustices of the  Redistribution Bill���������Its particularly bad treatment, of Kootenay  --He offers a practical amendment.  Mr. Senilin's slraighlfoi ward speech  in the Ilous-e on the rediMrihution bill  i.s well worth re.uling. He points out  ihe injustice to Kootenay. Tlis speech  i? as follows :���������    '  Mr. Senilin, in  rising   to* oppose   Ihe  second   leading  of the  bill   dii-agieed  wilh   the   remarks   of   the   attorney-  gener.il that it was such a bill as would  commend   itself   to   aii5*    fair-minded  man in tbe country.   lie said be would  challenge tbe attorney-general   lo  say  that he believed that the bill was'a, fair  one.    The   premier,   if   put   on   oath,  would not say that the bill was such as  ���������would   commend   itself   to   any   fair-  minded   num.    (AppljuTsef)   Where is  it fair:-' 'YVTieie  is  there   equality   in  the   bill?     Theie   is   no   attempt   at  justice.    It appears   to   ine   that    the  policy of the honorable gentlemen   opposite, has been liietely to' increase   lhe  l-epi'i's'ont.itioiuin   the   hou^e   without  adjusting any basis foi   tin   repie.scn-  lation,, and   until    there    was    .some  s.yj>ti'in   recognized   which   \va������    just,  ���������' there could be no sucli thing as justice  in-the   lt'presentatinn   in   the   house.  How could any man isay   that  a   redistribution bill was fair which'gave  one  voter in Cassiar the same voice as   five  or six voters in West  Kootenay?    Yet  such was a  ������������������ample of  the ju.-lice   the  attorney-general admired'so much.    It  would have been better'for the govern-  .nieiit to have admitted that the  bill  i.s  one   of   expediency   and   not   a    itisst  measure'.  , When    Hon.    J.    liob^cui  brought down what  was  called  a  redistribution bill lie had the sinceiity to  in ike such a i eni.-irk.   He said that   he  had to bring down (be bill, and that he  was nre-,>;iied't(i s;l\-that, it was  not a  *     i       , r  just, bill: that it was  a, bill   of  expediency, but that his hand hud been forced  " and be was forced to bring the bill inlo  tiu}r bouse.    Had   the   govern ment   of  the day adopted such a coui'm-  as   Ibis  Hie members of  tlie*   bouse   (oiiltl   at  least, give  the  government credit  for  sincerity,   which   could   not   be   done  iwhen the attempt iw.is   made   to   say  tli it the  bill   was   one   which * would  .commend   itself  to  evei y  fail-minded  man.     .Mr.   Senilin   then   commented  upon file "fail, that   although   tbe   bill  had just come on foi its second reading,  the attorney-general bad a notice upon  t he order paper to amend   the   bill.    If  , it wa.s desitable to make two constituencies oui  of  Gowichaii-Alberni,   why  did not tbe saute rule  hold  good   with  respect to Caiiboo?   With   respect  to  the number ot members in the bouse it  was well known that in the opinion  of  tho. bouse  33   inember.s    were    quite  sufficient tn represent the  whole  province.    With icspect lo  the basis  upon  which   the   redistribution , bill   should  have been framed, he said  that  (Here  should be cine b.-isiv for  representation  in, the cities and another basis for  rep-  losentalion  in   the  rural   di.stiict.s,   >o  that   similar   districts    should     have  .similar i"pieM'iitation and not  permit  one elector in one district to have four  times t he representation of an   elector  in n similar district.    With   respect  to  the way in which  Kootenay bad   been  treated he said it was not reasonable fo  expect  that the   people   of ��������� ICooteuay  would   be   satisfied, when   it   was.no  manifest that, they bad lieen so unjut.t-  ly treated.   Taking up  the  maiier  of  C'tssiar .Mr. Seinlin said that not only  was the  dis-liict given   repioentat ioi)  greater than it deserved, buta provision1  was made which  was  unfair lo  itself.  As be nuclei stood the provision  people  .could go into Cassiar any   time   before  (he election and demand  that  the  collector of .votes place their names upon  the votei.s' list.    This he  consiuered  a  great -mistake and  a   li.iK.Nhip   upon  the electors ot O.ir-siai, since it  rendered it possible for  them   to  have  their  votes   swamped   by   the   people  .who  could go ihere for the purpose of casting t'neii votes,  lie asked the members  of the Ilous-e to compare the conditions  of ('.issiar itnd ICootenny.  ' W'i'.-l Kool-  enay had I lie necessary population and  voting power:  it   was a   levcnue   producing count ry; there was the devclop-  incnl, the population, Ibe wealth,- and  'the vested interests which entitled   the  dis| rict to icpresentation on  the   floor  of   the house,   but  the   lepresenlatioii  was not ai'roi ded.    Hill in the  case  of  0.issiar the government  undertook   to  anl icipnie all such t hiiigs aud give   I he  district of was.siar repi esc ul,if ion   upon  'a population  and   development   which  . it was hoped  the  disi.tict  would   have  in year.-, lo come.    In  ('(including   Mr.  Senilin   moved   the  following amend-  ineiil, seconded by   Mr. Kennedy :    To  si i ike out all alter Ibe word "that" and  itiseii    tie   billowing:    "Whereas an  (���������(piil.'ible sys|.,.|n   of  representation   is  (be   found,il ion   of civil   and   political  iibei I y. and   uhoreas,  the,  present   bill  , i  sols    al    deli'iuce    ever\     pilitiiple     ol j  cuiiilv in I opt esenl al ion, tbelefote.    bo ,  il   li'solvi'd.    Ih.il     (he    presrnl     liill     li"|  wit lull awn, and   one  doing   justice   !'���������  all pai Is o I I he pro \ i iu e lie *sii I >~ I it tit fil  1 ln'i el'ol.'"  LICENCE  AUTSOZIISING AN  EXTRA-  t PROVINCIAL COMPANY TO  CAR.SST OS BUSINESS.  't'ci:i:MMr.* .\cr, Jt  Canad.a :  Pjiovin'ci: or Jijur-eii C'iji.umiju. /  >'.,. 71.  rr.HIS J-j TO CKIITD-'Y tliat " Tlie T.uijjlc-i-  J. 31 ine, Jjinitcd." is autlioii-i>d ind hocn-ed  lo cany on business v.iihin the Province of  'ii-ilislj Col'unl/i>i. .ind tocarrj oat or cnVri_i all  orsiuj" of llie olyccts licicinafrcr set forlli io  wlncli the lcfji-lnuve auiliorily of the Legislature of ISnttsh Columbia e\tcinl-.  The Iic.ul (lilico of tliu Coinpanv Is -lruate at  Xo. ](iOi|ith,ill .\ venue, in the City of London.  KiiKlaiul.  "'lie ainuunt of Jlit- ('jpi1 il of tlio Conmanyis  AiliSiJM, linnied into I'-'ii.lMl -li,i'-eo ,,f -SI <-ae!i.  The lie.ul olii^-e of tlit- Company in Uii-I'ro-  \ into is siin.il'j at Iic\ el-stoke. a:.d .lo-t-;)h lie  Ui.ih.iin. nian.ifcor oi" Hi-.' said Company, "\\hu-."  address is l:i>\d-,l.oke;ifoiU5..U(.l, n ihe .itiouu-y  lor the ('(iino.niv.  Thooli.iecls tm which the Company has been  established are:���������     , ,  (1.) To acquire the Miincial pvo]ievl', known as  "The 'J'iinificr." situ.iu'd at the head of tlie north  fork of the lllecilli'.v.iU, Kitei- and IJownio  Creek, in the Wu-=l Kuoiun.iy District of lirilNIi,  Columbia:  {���������>.) To pi'Ospecl and explore for the purpose  of oht.lining informal iun, and also to .ivipui-e  :uui enter into treal ico and ,-onliaels, ami c-n-  tj.iBciiicnls ol any description, and either ab-  .solnte or conilil lonal. wilh respe; t lo mines,  TiiiimiES'' 'Khts, niiiiui al-, l.indr, foi tsls. list houi s, |  w.ilor-rinl.U. nvein, and piopcity of every and ]  any naluie-itu.ile in .my p.i,-i of British C'oluni-  lu.i or elsewhere: and to jiej{oiiJlc foi and no- j  qiiii-ecoiHCssioiis. privileges mid riirhts. "bsolutt-  or i oiii'nioii.il.' Irom any snveicii'r poweis,  rnleis, Kovci-iinieiits. or itatcs, or rc-,.<in or persons, or fiom any oorpur.iK. or el her body, and  to enter inlo any .irraiitfc-ment, wi"-;, anj-jjuveni-  iiiont, ruler, or authority, iiiiiiiicip.il or otherwise, for any purposes, or io any ellrcl, and  from 11ine lo"timo to alter .it'd v.uy the same  iKcordinglv: <  (3.) Toeivrv on inciv.uililo, coinnuu-ia! irad-  inijaiid lliiaiivial busiiies,es ol nny nnd every  ileseriptioii, eiLhccas piinciiials or .'i^onl-, and  io liuv, sell, and Ciller inlo contracts, either au-  soliiiciirconditional, in ro-pcot ol -Locks, -haves,  (lebent arcs, ilubfiiture slock, bonds, obligations,  ojilions mill seourities ot every or any description in am pari ol lho world:  (I.) i'I'o purchase, take (,n lease, oraequire by  exehar.HC, liceiice, liiro, or otherwise, 1 mil-,  fore-is, huildine-,, liaiboar-. iniiics, isn'iiiiitr  ri^lits, pi tents or other i mli Is or claims (u'iiel hor  absolulu, evoliisive,' national, tondilional. or  limited) and any other kind ol prupartyin any  part of llritish Columbia or elseMliere:' ,  (Ti.) To work, win, ou.triy. eonvorl, ninnuf.ic-  t nre, use, crush, wasii, smelt, reiliiee,. refine, or  otherwise I rent and render marketable ,unf soil.  or otherwise dispose of. or deal in iiioialhferoiis  (j.it,ii-lx.uii(I ore, ami other mineral and inet.ii  siibsianc-cs and products and precious stones  unci produce of every dc-se-.-ipl ion- '  (C.) Tocnrry on and rraiis.it-L the busiue-scs of  merchants, eonti-aotor.s. curriers by land nnd  water, funnels, ^r.i/siers. traders in and in.uiii-  faeturers of all kinds of merchandise, icoocl's,,  ja-ovisions and articles, and to e.ory on the  businesses of banker-, capitali-ls. '"Inp-ownois,  iii.ui.iWisot estates, farms, mine-, railways, or  othor propei-LiCs ; and linaiu-ial agents nml  brokers in all thoir respective branches, and Uio  businesses of onginccrs, huildoi-s, miners.' and  any oilier businesses directly or indirectly connected with, or capable of being conveniently  carried on in conneotioii with, any of the businesses for tlie tiino being or objects of the Company:  (7.) To creel, coiisrrucl, establish, or acquire  by jaii chase, hire or olherwise, and ciury oi;^,  mnuit.uii,, improve, develop, manau-e, work,  con I vol and > superintend any roads, \nijs  bruhjes, harhoiirs, leseivou-s, ware-.- works, pr.is  works, elect rival works, f.u-m-y caii|ils, Ir.iin-  w.iysj railway., (jiiiiy-. whai-% is, frrniu'es, nulls,  crushing and hydraulic works, lactones, ware-  bouses, siiiji,. steamers,, lilies, baizes, machinery, locomotives, wiu,'i,-ons, appliances,  appaiatus,and otbov plant and works, and t.o  contnbulii to, subsidise, .mil otli.erw is,; nid and  take purl in any sucli consLiuclions, works, or  opir.alioiis:      " -1  (S.) TnuiilUv.itclaiK'sand piopei'tic whether  beliai^'inj' lo lhe Company or not, .uiifclcinlop  lhe rosou'i'es lhereof by huildim.',' u'clahniiu'.  (ilc.u ing.'diMiiiuiu;, ilaniiiiinp; diLi-bniK. farmirif.  plant hiK and otherwise, upon S'leh tonus or  sy-loin as in.iv b.' eensiderett ad\ Nable, and to  tne d, mon,",ind deal in all lands of stock,  ciiirle. sliui'p, liiirsc's ,i;ul pioduee:  C.i.) To i in prow. uiiinaKO. de\elop. or other-  wisert'.irn lo ,'.,-i-ount. or deal with ul! or any of  the propel tv und rights uf Ihe Coirpaiiv:  (1(1.) 'I'o establish and support or aid in the establishment or the siippoi I of .is'iiic'.alioiis, in-  *-/,      '    , -t'uilion-. fund-. iru-t-������ ,n>d com eiiienecs cil-  ti,l.ir/d io bi-iietu cmplone- w cx-ciiip'-ijc i s of  I the ('"n!]i.inv, o'-lije dei.c-adaiils.ir (.laiu-i lioas  1 of si'.'i peisi'.n-. and tn icr.uil ptn-ioiii and .:!-  I loH,.n.L--. and lo iiiaJit- pajjiicnt- tov.aid-  l insur.eict.and t(> siib-' ribt> oi guarantee ii,or.e}  I fui-,-bar;'.i"ok-oi ben, vokiil ob.l'c!-. or for any  ! e\hibition. or for any pubh.\ general or useful  object: '  I ill.) Toe-i.ibli-h.foreland sub-idisc. or oilier-  ! v.;-e���������---i-l in the Csi^-.bh .hment. pioiuolion or  fnininridii of any eilicr coiup nncs haiim; for  " thtir ohji'if. or -oine of tin in. .in> of lhe  objects I'sit-nlioneil i'i iti^ 31 cinuiMi.d-iini; or 1 he  oiosteulio!) of an> other mid -itakii u;- ur c-nler-  j.r:scs of anl description, h.i\ ui^ obn-cts winch  may ydv.iuce. dircilly or indinitlv. lhe objects  O'" ibis Company, and in st, nre. by uinic-i-  -i'.i-jtiiigo:-oihc: v.i-,', the sub-* nptian of .ill or  a:iv pari of the *harc or ]o.,:i ,'.ip,ial or any -ucli  ( oinp.-nv. and lo pay or rcvehe ,mi coiumi���������  -iuii-, bi"oker.i!-;c or oilier ieiiuiner.Uioii in connection therewith:  '112.1 To contract with or aid any =-overeiKn. or  other power, sjovniimc-nl or-Uite. or any mm,i-  cipal or othe-r body, public or tenpoiate. or  eompaiiv or persons, for or m rctuion to c.qolal,  credit, liicans or rc-ouroe-. foi tho ]uo-ecn!i(ai  ot any woik-, unclerUikin^s. pio.ieels or tiuter-  prisc^ Also to negotiate oi eomract for. mil ,ict  .Us .igtiiU or olherwi--o in relation to loans or  securities i���������tied or proposed lo be i-miecl by  am frovernnicnt or -talc, or inunieipnl or othe-r  .uiiboi ity, or company, or Corporation, or persons or person:  (I'l.) To lend or advance inuiiey on the i-o-  curitv of anv kind of piopeity, riirhts. siO(ks.  shares, securities, bonds, , dcbenLiue t-tocl:,  montages, dtbcnr'ires. oblig.it'uiis. bills, nuics,  orollyr iiislrnnunts or j-tcmitic���������, or on ihu  undc-taking of any company or any part thereof: " ^  ' (11.) To advance money for, or otherwise  assi-t in making explorations and suncys of  oveiTkiiiil. and m ptoinoling nnmigi.itiou into  anv country, lolony or -talc-:  (l.">.) To suarniilce the perfoimance of any  coulr.iets or oiigu',', nit-nts. ,ind to bc-eonie liable  or re-pniisihlo for money or for lhe iulhlnieiit,  of conl intts entered inlo by others:  '(115.) Tois-ueoncominis-ioii.orrrcehebriiker-  nge, or other remuneration, or consideration  'ii)ion the i.ssiie or ie-is-uo, or fo- giuiianlecing  the issue, of, or the payment of unoivst on. any  stoeks, shares, debenUires. dcbcutuic sttiek,  bonds, obligalion-, 'gr othor sccuriues ol any  conipiuv or public or local authority : ,  (17.) T'o borrow or rai-e inciney, wilh or wilb-  out security, and to secure the p.ijir.cni of  inonev burrowed oi raised by the i-siio of ile-  bentu'res or debc-ntuic ������toek (perpetual or  leiniinall, bonds, mocigages or anv other  seeuntv, upon such tcrnin -is to prinruy or (Yift-  count o'r otherwise an sJiall he rhcaiighl. fit; and  to seeuri; the s,inie. if thought lit, by mortgage  or chirge upon the nude: taking of lho Com-  panv, and all or .inj of its real and per .oiial  m-opcit-i. piesent and fuUirc, aii'l all or any of  its uncalled tMpil.il. or in, any other manner,  and to purchase or redeem (at a priniuini if  deemed expcdiciu) any- debcntuies,' delient-.ire  .stock or securities of the Company:  (IS.) To sell, lease, chin,ler. or otherwise dispose of. nb-olulcly or conditionally, or fen- any  limited interest, the whole or nn> part of the  undertaking, property, rights., concessions or  privileges of the Company for such consideration m c-.ish, -hares or otherwise, as the Company may,think lit. and to abandon any part of  tho business for the time being ot the Company,  and to carry on any of the ob.ii','1- mentioned  m this clause, to the exclusion of the others :  (111.) To siiuserihofor. purchase or otherwise  acquire t he- shares or stock, whr tlicr, ordinal y,  preferred or deferred, or the debenture bonds,  or other securities, of any company, .ind io accept the same 'in payment, fur any properly  sold, or bttsincss.undertaken, or services rendered by this Company, and to hold, .sell, or otherwise" dipposo of I he same:  t!1.) To nay for any rights or properly  acquired bv the Company, or any services  rendered to the Company, in fully or p.uUy  naid shares.o.' "Hock, debentures or other  securities of lho Company, and to in.ike such  payments o: gifls b> way of bonus or otherwise, and either in money or in any oilier \ able  a^ m.iv from time lo tune be deemed expedient  f, r iii-V'iiiation oradv ice iri\cn, or for servicet-  of any kind rendered to tbe Company, or in  c'uuic'clion with whie-h the Company mav  dn c'ctly or indirectly be infeiested, and generally to niako any pavu'ents or agree lo pay any  eommis.-ioiis. with or without anj eoiis,iler-  alion movini;lotlie Cnmpanj, if it iseonsideied  bv lhe Oircctoi-s in lho interest-. or directly or  iiidu-CLlli to the benefit ol the Company to do  ���������=o: <     ���������"  (21.) To promote any eomnanv for t he purpose  of acquiring all or any purl of the uirlei tilting,  pio.ii'ity and liabilities ol tbe Company, or tor  c'.iii\ii'L,-on any bus noss. i,r doing imv act or  thing, which maybe doei'ied conducive lo the  pivs'ierm of this Company; also to acquire' the  whole or'any pii'tof the inidei taking and assets, nm! undertake the whole or any part  of  CElsTTBAL,  jj,  DRY, LEVEI  i a  ..VALUABLE  Buy lots from us,     .  THE -3#i^^^\  enay  ^melting  rgr^  yxsLiii^  Company f  U_V  We have   ihe   finest  property���������business and  residential��������� in  R3VSLST0KB,  one of the most:  solid,  progressive jukI  prosperous towns in West Kootenay.  We give you  TERMS  Call    on    us    earlv.  Jil^i.  and  .rood  *  C<"V  treatment.  Apply to/-^3*^^^.  T.  j_  -L.  JL.  \.J  r  'I'lic Dulcli luivc i.'ikcn ildlliiiiil ���������<  Resident A'jfent.  Ri-:\'i-:i..sTCiKi-:, h. c.  Um 2<T2D JEttTldL,  AiVii'iU'V in Fact.  ,������������������'..",/. ,     .',   '������������������ yXINSYVOKTH.  H. C.  Ihe liabilities of ;iny  now existing  or  future  conni.in\, .ur] loooudm r. liquidale i.r wind uji  lhe inisincSs of any sin !i, oinpaaj :  !     i^A) To i liter into p.u Midship or inlo any ai-  I i.mgc'UK nl i������r sli.iring piol't-, co-optration,  ie-  tipioc.l   coneissii.ii,   in-  otherwjse,   with   any  I m-i-on or ei.,'i|iaiiy.  anil   In   renn'iieratc  anv  person or pi r-.oii-,.ionil siock or oilier company.  I.' liM'd -ai.u;,   or spmf'cd lemuiiuialion, or  by a share pf prolifs in-i-scni. past or future, or  p.'n-l oi,i-'i>a.vaiiil liiu t the ,,lher:  'i.l) To ninke .ind < .nry inlo eli'oet or dcter-  iiiinu aii-.uigciiicnls v.ith Uiiti-Ji or foieign  in i:r,il,i'_-luii r-. rnilw.i} and shipping eiim-  ]������tiii(s, propii'-iiiis or elurteri-rs ol shipping.  e,r. rii-r-,, prupuelors of st,am or oilier meehani-  (Mil power,and nlher jie:-oiis or comp.in.\ :  (.'1.1 'lo oii'.ii.n anv provi-.ion:.l onler or -\rt,  of f.irlia'iient for' en.-ililmg the Company fo  carry any ni it-, objects into ofi'cci; or for of reeling '.in> 'niedificlion of the Coinp.tni's enn-  siinitioi', or for .ui> oilier ]iurpose \. Inch may  seem e\pcdieiil, aiid lo oppo c an\ pioeeedings  or apphciuons which may sccin < alculati-d,  direetl", or indirccily, lo prejudice the Company's iiiler's',:  (J5 ) To uii'len.ikd and cs-tcute anj Irnsis tlie  3uiulfit.il.iii}? whcieoi may seem (Unliable, <t'id  either gratuitously or ol licrwise:  (Jli.l To pav an) ooiiimi,sioii or brokeiage for  tiie piirposti "of sec urine- Ihe subscription of any  pail of (lie share or loan eapii.il of Ibis Company, or of ,<!!> company promoted by this  Coifip my, or in which this Company is, or ni-  tend.s id be, nittrested, and genera!)} to ic-  iimncratC' any pei-ons for underwriting niii-h  v.npit:>l, or for .-el-vice--, rendered in placing or  a-.iisiingto pl.ue. or guaiante-i-uig the plai ing  <><��������� any -hares, debcntuii's. or olhei sj( utilies uf  the Company, or for pn,uniting or giMiaiitec-  iiiglhiiiuisinig of eapital foi'any other com-  ]U'ii\ :   < ,  , (27.) To procure this Company to be legalized,  domiciled. orreoog!ii.'."d ,n -my foreign country  or ( nliinv, and to procure its jiiewrp.n.ilion in :i  liKe ell.iinelcr. or ,i" a Sociele Anoiiytiie in nny  loreign coiiiiliy, and to carr;. nn lhe biisinc-s  of lhe Ciniipiuiy, or .no p irl theicoi, in any  foreign >-uui,liy or eolmit or dependency of lhe  United Kingdom, or iu any part of tlie world,  under any ol hor style or naiiie: >  ' l-'f.) 'I'o draw, nee'Lpt. make, nidov.-j, discount  and i,cg!JlMtc .bills ol CJ.ch.uige. nromissory  oolts, w,ii-:-.tn1s and other negotiable instruments oilier than bank not.'s:  t'!l)']'o distribute among lhe members in  npicieaiiy piopi'ii,j of lhe Company, or any  .proi ocd .'of sale or disposal ol",iny piopcity of  tho Company, but mi that no distribution  amounting io'.i rcduelioii ol capital be made.  o\eepl wilh the sanction (it anj) for tho time  being leqmicd bylaw: '  (.K'.Ji'I'o exorcise' tho powers-gi\ en liy " 'I he  C(lni;i,.iiiOs Seals ,Ac. lSlil," and die ",Coin-  pami-s (Colonial Kcgisu.aion) Ael, lhMl."  (HI.) To do all sucli acts and lliingh as are  incidental or ooii'luoue, to tlio itboio cibiccN:  (.'ti.) ll ise-ciiresslydec hired tli,it (he iiilention  is that lhe objects set forth in each of tliei'oie-  gomg ii.uagr.'iphs of this claii'-o slnl] bo cou-  slrued in the most liberal way. and shall be in  now ise limited or restricted by releicnco to any  oilier p.ii.igi.uihs, or by any iiitoivnro diawn  from Mie lei ins o^any oilier liaragiaph :  'CM ) 'The word "Cuinp.iny" m tliiscl.uiso when  noi apnlied to this Company shall lie deemed  io ineii'de any p irtnor-,hip or other body ol  peihous, wheliuvinoorporatid or not incorporated, and,whether domiciled in the United  Kingdom or el-euhere, and whether now oxitl-  iiig or hereafter lo be lormed :  l("li\ en under my hand and seal of otllco al  Victoria, Province of Jiiifisb Columbia, (bis  li'lli day of .Maich, one thou.sand eight hundred  and ninety-eight  [L.S.1 .-;. V. WOOTTOXZ ,  .10-11, licgisii.ir ui ..'niiit Stock Company's.  ��������� A'Sl) ���������  dUO ("Mbtrtb- LlNt  Riicu test and quickcis! loutu  To, Yukon and Klondike  ���������G-oIdfieldfl '    "���������  is   .Eastern and   JSarop-  ���������   e n Poin s  " 'Pacific Goasy China,  Japan and Australia  .. ,*  Tourist c.ns run daily and,ire niodkls of com-  forr. i\lagni(lceiit s^ecp-.ag and ilining car.s on'  all'trains. Tickets is-uicd lhroii|,h and baggage cheeked lode .linaiioi!.  Daily Liains frotu lieM'laoke -Kastbouiiil,  7.111a.m.    WVst bound. ,i A) p.m. '  Conimtions with Kootenay points���������l,en\(;  ltovelstoko S.f'O a.m. Arrive lte\eIsloke aL  t.'lU p. in.  J'or inioim.ilion, time cards, map- and  tickets apply to  '  T.Sv. lUtADSITAM',  ' Agent, lte\ elstoke, or  "W. V. ANDKItSOy.  T'rn veiling Passenger Agent, Nelson,  J-:. J. COYtiK,  District Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  Steamship  'O  ae ���������- raeisie  Oo.'s  -,-iTSAMKRS--  NAKUSP   and   ICOOTENAV  Ijtv.M' Arrowhcid daily lor all points iu Kont,-  enny,  making  tonncction at  Xul:ii,p   for  all'points on Nakusp nud Slocan ]{y. and  Slocnn l..,ke.  lose cbimeulion at-I!ob,on for Kelson,  ICnslo,  Palfour,-Pilot Pay, Trail, Kos-.land, Noith-  poit and all pointi south.  for full information, tickets,  maps, etc., call  on or address  ,        ' T. W. BRADSi-lAW,     "  Agent, lievclsloke.  Or to   ,   >  av. i'\ AxnrcusoN,  'l'rav. Pass. Agent.  '     Nelson, B.C.  . .1. COVI.K,.  I list. Pass. Agciil,  Vancouver. H.C.  I.  Ik!)7.  Columbia & V/estern Rj  Tunc. Table No. (1.  To take cH'oct ,)i,|y  Daily ilel wren Tr.ul aiul lins-bnd.  Kn. li passenger leuves lto>,l.uiil   -. -   7:11) a.m.  Comic If w ilh f.ti.iiiii'r nl Tr.ill.  Xo. Ii plis-engi r  leaves  'll.ijl    -    -   -   .S'la .i.ln.  Coniiei Is wilh Keil .Moiinliihi lor Spokane.  No. 'i Jin--, 'iigi'r )i in i". I.'ii.-,l,iml    -   -     II   n.lu.  '    Coniii lis wilh C.l'.li. si (Miners foi  imilli.  Nu. 1 piisscnger leiM is Tmil    ���������    -    - Vi :',,) p in.  Coniiei Is wilh C.I Ml. s',e.ii'i"l's I rim i norlh.  Xo. I pu-si'iigi r Iim i ,���������> <{ii.-!.iud    -   -   ll'ui) p.m.  Cnuiii'cls a aii lli-d .Moiiniiun foi Spot,me.  Vo..", |i,is-( ngi-r leal es -i'i.ii 1     -   -   -   .1:1*1 p.m.  Cuiiiii, i. w ilh '.t".urei I,j lion al Trail.  G'enc'i.iKu" (-: K. P. (i UTM.I I'S.  Tiail, I!. C. (jeiii'i.il Supl  Plans and specifications prepared  in India Ink or Blue-print  Drawings.  If, you desire'an artistic home with all modern conveniences  call and see Maclean who can design you one in any  style: Queen Anne, Colonial, Swiss, or any other.'Style  you prefer.  Interiors  aiid   interior" decorations are his  specialties.    Store"  Decorations, Uank   Fixtures.   Hotel   Fixtures.; 'HaU������  shewing , pannelled   dadoes,    frescoes,   etc.; 'Artistie  Screen's, Verandahs, Stairways, etc. can he got out to  suits the market! ',    ,  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  mrmMTOTnwnrrwracrK-ittr^JuowssaaMr^SHnE^  The  present  centre   and future  headquarters for '  '  MINING OPERATIONS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.     .*���������";  ri  :.,n K  CITY  It is the centre of the Lar-  ' L;&8au mining district.  It will have railways to  '������ the north and south. '  Its'climate 5s superb.  It has plenty, of building  timber and a sawmill  in operation providing  lumber at reasonable  prices on the spot.  Its lake affords exceptionally good trout  fishing.  It has a crown grant, purchasers of lots thus obtaining an, absolutely  clear title.   ���������  ROUT LAKE'CITY  is reached' by rail from  Reyelstoke to Arrow-  heatl,'28 miles; thence  by steamer, io miles, to Thomson's Land in"1; and a short  stage of 12 miles; the entire  journey occupying only 6 hours  through magnificent mountain  and,lake scenery.  Well-known mining promoters and' capitalists already  have their repre ;entativcs on  the ground, an 1 it is ��������� no  boomer's dream to say that before another six months Trout  Lake City will be. a bustling  centre of business and the principal town in this treasure-laden  Lardeau, the new, centre of attraction for the best mining  enterprise, skill and capital  which British Columbia has  magnetized witliin her borders.  Thfc-climate and soil of the  district are all 'that could be  desired by the rancher, gardener  or fruit grower for whose  products a profitable and rapidly increasing market, .exists ;  whilst to the sportsmen the  neighborhood affords game in  plenty.  The accommodation includes  good hotels, stores, post office,  recording office, butcher shop  and many private residences.,  Building operations are in  full progress, and the establish*  ,mcnt of the sawmill will' tend  still more to enhance the immediate growth of this rising  town.  LOTS.  o6-33 >" i months, $33.33  ���������   PBICES   OJb  Inside, $;oo; payable $33.33 down, $  in 6 months.  Corners, $150: payable $5o'down, $50 in 3 months,   $50   in" 6  months.  (These prices are for a short time only.)  T. L. 11 AIC, Ri:vki.stoki:, General Agent.  I-I UGH McPHLRSON, Trout Lark City. Resident Agent.  Subscribe for the-Kootenay Mail.  W, RANCHMEN, DEALERS, STORES, BUTCHERS,  Full Prices.   Correct Solostion.  ALL   Si-lJin?   TTS  H  icxnmtiaKrm^  tf  &  lt^T������cc -=n<l Tacs FurnlshcdFcro.  mm  '/��������� ������'',M'' ',-i*  f\ r  /������.&  Vi/OOL  r.BMxTTAHCES.  Write  JAS. MeMILLAK  i'Dl'  \J4  -  PELTS,  "'\i \ fv\fj  r. ���������; 1'"; c '.* ;>   q ���������:;.! c 0 a  ���������ALLuW,   OinOi-iitt,   OuHLUA-  'uipeiitop giviisg Latest Market Prices.  Inc.  tf-i. '  NO COMMISSION CHARGED  200-212   FIRST   AVE.   NORTH,  MINNEAPOLIS,   MINN. 1  .ri Uij ' ���{-.
Koote.iay L,odg-e j pjTy
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Bread and .Confectionery.
Free Delivery Every Day.
f- " VJ-.iii;!:;    lire! i1 veil
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JViiVfiLSTOnr: LODGE, I. C. C. F., Ko. 2C. ���� ���   _       ^=r*-~       ^^
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\v. .i. lkk,' n.o.
- '   ui-ili.illy ivuluciiiicd.
Y..!. (iltlll.ljl, ��'!:i,. !
20th Century
Bras: Store   ,
All ->\<>rk  (hiiu'-in .1 m-.-ii and
, .workmanlike manner, and hy
cxi'i-rit'iu'i^l mec-hanics only.
Only lii-M-d.isH iu;it<-rt.-��l'u--*'d.
Msiinjatcrt at, shortcut; notice.
. 0. Fromay,   Eevelstoke, J.C.
' .Will lie the nyiuk of a
19th cqnUiry lessen ��� that
stores exist sjniply for [He
-' 'pubijc' jjj'ood.
Knowledge, honor jmc|
professional methods nitjst
il��:o with the sale of drugs,
public ills and necessities
' are an unworthy mark for
exiQi"tj6n for incompetence
The mission qf this, store
, 'is to furnish the best of
everything. ' The second,
to charge"yQU prices that
are within your reach.
,Vt" .    'w5\    i.j>JL-i.u
<U-tW~r>    ^r-<E.
Make vouk.si-'i;f as comfortable
as possible anff enjoy life. Yqu
can do this by selecting from our
large st^ck of complete'
Handsome catalogue containing
nearly 500 illustrations mailed
free'on application.
VV ��}IjL/iLrf��V   '   &JS\$J��5��) (EstaUlisJicd 1SC2.) ,
Largest stock west,pf Toronto.
Painter and Decorator.
Graining, Carriage Painting and  Paper
��� Hanging,
/McDowell, AtkniPj Watson Co.
',' ' (Limited), ,    ,    ' *
 ���Zbc 2>riujafsts~--
^cC.-vrty's Slock, Revelstoke Station, B.C.
C-.  F   CUriTI.S, Mr;-'.
���"    '     BORN.
Joii.vso.v.���Ap Jiovolstuko, April 2Sth,
1S9H, to Artiiuii,, and Edna Julin-
son, a son.
.Casciato'.���At licvclsto/fp, April 25th,
tlio wife, uf Julius'Ca.sciato, of 11
daughter. ' ' ��
'Jus.   Lappen,  of Ijlii-jillc-wueb, ca,iie
}i\ yeKKiidii)*. '. . ��
'a'J. 3- Foley. i>f 1 lie Lalcoviow Hotel,
Arrowhoad, is in town.
"JIoEcnzio Avenge,
aHVELSTOKr: station.
Colored   and   Smoked ' Glasses
IVonr 2k.  to' Sl'.OQ,  ���,.
Spectacles  to  suit  all  sight���
Opposite the Station.
= Japanese Goods and Novelties =
J lis!   &.:TAMURA,'     ;    -;
,72 Qo'rdova'Street,   ,
, Over 8,000 Different Articles.3*��*"
P.O, Box 150.���:Maii Orders promptly attended to.
\reilmgs, Gapes and Dress Goods.
'���     All, New,- Just Opejied up at
Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.
Rest       7      .       $1,200,000.
H. S. HOV/LAND,  President.''     ")-.' R. MERRITT, Vice-President.
���'   ,      ��� '      D. R. WILKIE, Qeneral Manager.
 i * _   o
"Wliolesaie    and  - Retail
Purveyors of Migh-class Meats
All orders in.nur liin' ^vill lie. pn>ii)[)Uy
iiLlcmlcd to. ���   ' ,
<��is��T     Lmsrsa    ifcxaaa
Fresh and new.
Direct frojii
XVo   carry   tli't'.   largost   a.s��oi'tine.nl,  < f
i^'anU'n seeds iu the province.
\\'iit(��  for our   1 llnsi rated   Oalaliiifuo.'
0.f 11., Allen is hack 'from the
,-spi-iny* feeling iniieli luitter.
XV. ']\J. L.'.iwi'eiice's.neu' ol.ta^e re.si-
/lenc-i: was commenced til i.s week. ��� |  ,  ,
'    The _ Knt-rpfiso    Hrewin,   Co. .are I Jl|�� fcJELSGN'DROG   &   SEED   00.
jnijjru\ in>; their lots  oir   I In. d   slieel,
Wii'iiuiiiisloi Oil.y has passed a. ics- j
���ilnliun disappio\'ing of a bonus to the |
Y'u/'nii railwav. '   , j
^\7<->    'v'-ll'/.   .��*
'Postofliee   Tnspec.o,    Klotcher   is in , r ,  g^pply of   .   .   '.
own lo ft,ipei'liueiid tile (.halite in llie !  ""������ t~^     l  *     *-
niiiij-ciiieiits. \ inTT;T T5TT\Tn      T.iT i ITiTITIT i J
A Mull   a,    Am I,,.��l   isiiJUlLiiUNll     MAiifillrAL
low n lo nape
jnu.d postal aniiii^i-mriHs
The 1*0. J"   "    -
jxi.stpiinod    till    the  '  2-Hh    of     M.iv. J
Pleas, ,,'ine.nber lhe date.'        ' "    I ip      ] TIMD^P
'i'ho two new engines   on   t!-.e   l{e\-\     '       i~*-L"-l)     111)hiUklil,
f'lst'ike-l.a^'L'air  riiii---v.'(-iyh    Jib"     tons-!
T. L. '1IA1G. ,      �� . -    W. F. CRAUE.
'���..'   ���'.HAIG&.'GRAGE; ���. .".
Notaries Public, jVJining and  Real Estate I*irokers and general
Commissioi"}. Agents.    ' Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Representatives of the Kootcnav Smelting and Trading tSvndicato,
'     ' ! " "' i "' '' ' '
i '    ' r Agents for J^evolstoke and Trout, Lake City i.ownsites
Films, Plates, Printing Papers, Chemicals and Photo' materials
��� ''        ,      ' 'of,all kinds.
Fihns developed anil Prints inadein any style.   ,3IaiI orders promptly iitttMuled to.
BAILEY. BPoOS,   Q0.3   XiTID.,
, ,  Photo   Stooli   Dealers   ���- '
Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLERS and ST A TI ONERS
���    ' VANCOUVER    and    KAMLOOPS,    B. C.
J. K W. ^t.\Cl<\\lU,AXK, General JIani\��Pi\     .10IINT O. NOIM50M, KM., Supt. Miiiitiy i)ept.
.1. \V. CA.MI'IO.V. f"eeretary-Ti'e.isui't'('      "   -
i      , j . ^
QgnGPal Founders, SnglneiBPS, Boilermakers,   ��� ;-
'of     '
....Miniiif,'.     Mill-
nig,     I'oisUnjr
, anfl    Piiiiipin.u;
fS ,   Machiiierv,
Stamps. Ore
Concent rati.is,
Air    Compies-
Mll'S. IJ.,
Siiwmillo    and
-Hwhanlic  Ma-
chincrv, Wni-'i
Wheel'.--,        hln-
ti-inc--'  and
A. general banking business transacted.���Letters of credit issued,
available in all parts uf the world.���-Gold dust and amalgam'
���purchased.^--Savings    Department, ��� Interest'   allowed    at
current rate.        ' ,
'  A. R. B, HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch.
r ii ' 7 o
Dry Godds,
s -Men's Furnishings,
>      ,       '
WE .-HAVE - IT'- IN".-:S
The finest.stock of goods, in all the? above lin'es(,in thi^ ^sectio^.
P. O. Bo:i, 751.   Cable Addres3, "Cove."   ABC Coolo Used.
Revois;oke   Stauon,   E.C
'<i.iL-h.     J).i\e'S s|,;|l excliange.   at   Hon- ; Cut RatCS for Spot Cash.
^ IL >T. Coursier,   J. A. .Stone ajid S.    Qi?\\ an(j gGC US. We Can fix VOU. ! -;  '	
riaunder1'   'weie.    uiianimoi^iy    ch("."ii ! ���^.-���-.-- ;-������-^.-.  .-.-.-rr--^..- i.-: !
lire   wardens   for '1898.   Ki-iday atler-        REVELSTOKE    SAWMILL.      i REV^*-ST0KEN"*3=z^^^
jioon. ""      ��� '      ' N
' Mr.   W    R   Mclmie,. \}\. P.,'will.    	
NUs an   Ottawa   dispatch,   le.i'. e   lie,'-     -      ~^- ,
simn    to. tiA'e "part   in   the pr��>\ iiiuuil ,u-    -!-i-8r21S,g"IlS,n ,     , , - ��� .
/���H-<--i'if>��>s.     ... ��� '    Contractor and Bolder .'j c "
, John Alnahunv)!!.  of   A'l.r.ihaiiiM.n , .t,;. ,.,-���, \v.jri;.���t);) |   A 11  Ifl T* H <��   O-^   TTOTl     fi TJ HI     slljap-h   TYl P>f".?l 1
.Jlros., ueiit fura few  da\s   this   week ������pp..'-.-.- (f.u:: 1J<���,--. , ^li^  illliUtS   U^. li UU    cS/HU.    &M,'&'Gl>    ULlC? hd/1
la the liaison    'Jot   Spim^.     Jle   i^ H"3~3"u3irOEE,   B.   C. ���!
\i.u'k in harness a^iin. ' p'-u,~-  s>'yUi'V.i;on- .iurl  .--tKin.r -  mv. u..-, ,
,\i)',li'';'.l :i,n. ,
Rev.   Mr.  Mi'lli'f-'.s.   nt"   M t.   Pleas.n.t.     Tlio I ii-'.-��J~' -tr�� k o: ,1<��.->:--.  ". .r.ilnv. -.  "w:i�� !���<���:-   i
yauciuiwr.   wiil   preach   at   thcP-e,-'       ft��� pj������"^ ^i ^,1?% ^\
hvtel jr.!:   chlli'ijll     tomorrnW,    liriornili"' i'.'-i' '><> ,irn\" i,cii ��� n   .V.n   !.">.  ..i:i;   >m;i  my
'   .        .   - , i uHrri(i.if   ;irn"���  n<"'( i   (-,.',O,1.   i '.i-, ��n!c uf I
illi'i  i!\t'IilllU. '' V.'im ,.'n '-I-. . -\ii., him   j-f-'i. i s.-!; i_r  ,i'i\ '���',  1
-,      ,, ,-,      -| i ,   -��r   i , ,i!j,,\ l-iii,\|,-:-i.ii will I;--1'j'l.iiili'iK ' !n i
In the   e(Iitor:a!   on   t lie ^ uki'ii ho- j,,.,,,.,., Uy ;,rm���._- ���>< ,,,-��� ,.
Jilt-    tii!-    son!-     "sncii    i^    lhuj    i'.i-c"       - .   ���      ,.
^ilollid   he  '"ii   -U.-h is il.P ease.'' ��.s   tlle R.     }'[.    '1' R ( T ILM .\ X      ��'.    CO..
jijli ll.i'. not    Vet    i'uen    ijionuhl   duwn PH0TOGTlAl?HBns.'
Capt. wuiv i- in ioun   lod.iv lli.ikiiii; ' Vanto-iver. - - 2. C
ana,^,n,;,,ts    f,,r   a l.oai   I ��� in uy 11,.- ,���. ,:\  -1.!":^ ^' ^^ ^ .'.V!;1 ���.".V.V..'L"    -
,'|ve!. lie     sie.inn I      ''���I.l     Ui'ilidiiV .mi'il-     !. ",I. 'i'i;   ,ui   ,,.(i- ,m-'n .il   n< nr,     .i.���'
',' \. ',r'-..   ''  J. .\ in. ui :-,,-"���' i,i fur din      r>
i l
Tarn-- i  ���   ���w���iffi'
Klonkike  Outfitters.'
,-r + + + + ++ , , '
��� lefeiiBaii,zfeFeely k Co.:-Limited,'
Vancouver, B. O
* i
We Have   an 'immense   stock   of   minei.s'   and'  prospectors'   supplies,    picK-sk
shovels,  "old pans, pack straps and saddles, dog harness  and   sleigf^
,   tents, river  boats,  .stool  sto\es,  utonsiLs, snow shoes, rifles, etc., etc.
Wl'ito us for lithographed map contfiining full  ioforniation..  Good!1 bought in
Vancouver go into Klondike free,'    If bought   in   tlie   United Status
.   will be taxed 30 per cent, duty. ' ���    ���
work. ��� Mining" work and tools.
���   Pipe fitting* and roofing0.'
Puevelstoke   Station, B. 0.
CApital, Sl.500,000. , Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.
Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,
Hoists, Pumps, flowers, Fans,  I'lasting Apparaliu;,'���Dynamos for [".lighting  and
Power, Motor*! "'or all Purposes. , "
'Electrical transmission'of power .successfully operated up-to   50
"' ' -       -���   - VANCOUVER
lU'imuli Ollici's in'Hritisli Colr.inbiiv.
J     .jrft.'r-.
pospestcps and Travellers   Call and See
'    1 .     ,1 ,       , 1       : \l    , .ii'.-.   i/iii'i1 \.',,--..    '     .1. Ain.iii :- .i-'i !
.-ta:'    -ion',!,   (_!>.>   iir-i    v.ci'l:   in    Ala;,      , ��� j,_ ;. ,,,. ; _,,,,,   t| h. c. u,.-,^
/.1.   jier.i   of int��i(",t    tu    rlie    n-id"nt-.    nf     Hevcl-t.ik..    nud    \iciiiit\-.     < >u . 8   *    L? ?* >> ]\i   17 \'Ki    i
JUNE 1ST, 1323,   "     ' ' ��� |
jAwro^.^T  $7 fvf?^T^��'&"p���^��7^Sell   assorted   stock   of   Miners
I       Supplies,   Provisions, *�� ur-
j mailing's &c.
��� Taylor Block, Siackenzie Avenue,! ----.*.*-.���.-:-
, i Full Line of Boots and Shoes always  on   hand.
Willi ;���,'firsii cla<-'s stork <>f
Intend (ijicoiiig in one of the ston s in the
'Hi. X- -
���j'lloir sti^e!' ^vill <:oii,f,i-,l of g"iil.'-i fnriii^hing-,. eomplci'' in "������fry di-tail.
H'.idvt i u'l'.ic I'lnl liing foi men, \unihs. Iiov-i and ehildien, hiiit.'nd ,-.i|.-i foi
li.cn, Miiiths. Im\s ,.:iM jihi'drcn, lioni- and "-lines for men, wi.m*'(i .md idnldren
in i'U'1 , iiuict', t it" si.1, le, '|M.ihi\ .ind si/.". I-*iiis]icc1 ni -' and miiicis' nntfils .1
;lislili':t fc.-unii'. !>iy guilds, .ill lhe, liti-sl di-signs la Ml e,ss goo'!-, etc., i-.l.i 11 I'd s.
,,a;pc;^, oik-lollin, en: lani-' and ^induv.- hlinds.
'['l(;i easlo! i( niarlsd- udl lie ���. i-iti-d o\' .Mi .l,uiii's f'ill whiM-. thorough
I;ni 1 v.,!'-dg" ut tin- oii.siness will en.ii,le him tu 1,0} go,ids ,,f I he nglii -*��� ��� r*( and
iir. i\it: liyii. pi'iei-s. Ay ne.nlv all'-.of. Me.-'srs. (-.lill.-i'L* (.'o.V. stock 'will l,c: hoiight,
fiii'f!i.-l i'ruiii the iii iiinf el.urer and ' llio cash'l paid fur it., they will h<: ahlc. tu
./]',:,- :,, i.lir: ,|i-,iljlii.:   gi'iod,.yof e.vyejilioiial valiie. ",t rea^oiiahJ': n^cs.        ', .  .
Merchant Tailor, Clothier and General Outfitter,
Fall   unci   winter   siiiiin^s,   Overroa' imjzs.        (itxjtl   stock   and
stylish mulv':.       - bn.!e.r m;.u!.'j,s nnd ready inrtclcs.
Freight - and - Cartage - Agents,
Thomson's, Trout Lake and Perpson.-
The best equipped stables in the district.      Saddle,
horses always ready.
Wholesale dealers in
Wines, liquors and Cigars.-
Agents, (no   ihv  Kani  Pianos, and   remember  Karn  i.s  King,
A lar<ve sX(.\ok of    '
Cleveland and Brantford
Office, Cqwan Block, ����� . B.eYelstok��,
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