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 Vol. 9.-No. 19.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, AUGUST s. L902.  $2.00 Per Year  h'  tamsm  fm  TAYLOR & GEORGE  TAYLOR BLOCK,  MacKenzie Avenue,  yon: Union Made Goods ! .|  I Boots, Shoes and Overalls I  p Union Made Hats, \. ������  |���������      ��������� '   Union Made ClothingJ  SMen's Furnishings, I  House Furnishings, If  Carpets, Linoleums, Blinds,     |j  Curtains and Dry GoodsM  LADIES DRESS GOODS  in Complete,and  Excellent Variety  SOLE AGENTS FOR  m  The Butterick Patterns  WATER AND LIGHT THE MINISTER  - OF MINES.  Company Rejects Offer of      ,  City Council.  Offers to Sell for $65,000  A meeting of the shareholder? of j  the W. L. and P. Company was j  held on Wednesday night to con-1  .sider the offer from the city council,  of $59,400 for the company's property. ' '.*  Jt was resolved to reject the offer  as made hut to submit to the' city  council an alternative offer to sell  for $65,000. and to authorise the  president'iind secretin'}-, ,in the  event ��������� of the company's offer  being accepted to execute the  necessary conveyances any additions   to   the   company's    plant  meantime lo.be submitted to the  city council, and, if approved by  them to be paid for by the city in  addition to the above mentioned  sum. , , '     (l  The city council meets tonight to  consider the reply.  CITY COUNCIL.  Regular Meeting.  a>nni:Hi'o.\-m:.\ci:.  Iv .McLaughlin and C. J  applying for position bi" City  Held   over   as  Anuui  clerk.  Jlr. Shaw liuil not re-  AND THE FAMOUS  "Empress "* Shoe for Ladies.  I.  Mail orders promptly and carefully attended to.  P. 0. Box 20S,  'IIBilllil  MORRIS   &   STEED  General Merchants.  J  Call and'inspect our new stock of  | Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc  All above lines are up-to-date goods il will pay you to sec  them before purchasing elsewhere.   , We also carry     \   ���������  Trunks, Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  G ' |   Weekly Shipments of Fresh Creamery Butter, and, Eggs.  Our Teas and Coffees are taking the lead���������try them.  MORRIS   &   STEED,  signed. ,   c  II. li. Smith stating lie was engaged  on water supply system nl Armstrong  and asking whether liis services would  he required.  ��������� J. S. Webster asking improvements  on lire alarm. Committee had aftciuj:  ed to same.  Enquiries \yei'e mul from Eastern  capitalists as- to whether the city  would be offering ��������� water supply debentures for sale. Ald.IIume: They  don't seem scared about talking these  things up.  i..u:.\i>if!i:s. ,. '  Aid. Manning urged applying thp  health bylaw tfi Chinese laundries.  Resolved'to instruct city solicitor to  prepare bylaw to prevent over crowding tenements with a view  at Chinese joints. <,  ",     UK.NKU.U..  . -Mil.    Tn.v'oi   . lupwilciV   on bulialf of  works committee that the city  works  were being well carried out.  At, Mr. Shaw's suggestion it was  decided to ask the auditors to <pidit  the'books to date.  The gQi|i]ci| disallowed D. McCarty's  claim of $12.00 for supervising- alterations to 'lower fire hall.  The council adjourned till Friday to  consider reply from Water. Light and  Power Company to the city's oll'er for  the purchase of the city,property,  'ilox. COJ.: l'Kllllf,  Col. Prior, who  1ms  Hon. Col. Prior, who 1ms rendered  siic-h splendid service by the settlement of the Fernie miners strike, is a  mining engineer by profession, and at,  one lime managed the, coal mines at  Nanaimo. With his practical experience in. mining he is just, the man  for the portfolio, and will, wo believe,  render great service to the mining  industry of the'provihec.  In tlic,alisence of lion. Jas. Duns-  nniir. Hon. Col. Prior is acting  premier, and should' Mr. Dunsmuir  resign the premiership) Col.*Prior will  doubtless succeed liim.  to getting  CAMBORNE GROUP.  $qfk factory Milt'Test.  Wc recently stated that If. Brock,  manager for the -Northwest Development Syndicate was getting out  twelve tons of ore from the Camborne  group for a mil] lest. 'IUr. Brock has  now received'tlie result in the- shape  of a real gold ' brink, ��������� This is the  crucial test of a freo milling property.  Tho test was made'at the Granite  mill near Nelson. JI ere arc there-  suits, showing a return of $13 gold  per ton :  Per ton.  Feeder sample assayed.-     $44.00  Recovered by amalgamation.."    ,'13.07  Recuiuroil by concentniiio'ii..    "   1,8.0  Value of concentrates      _0f,5!0  Gold bullion rpppvpyed, . .3o.fi.'* ounces  Percentage pf total values  saved by iimalgnmation 82.7 per cent  Percentage of total values'  . saved by concentration . .4.7 per cent.  SAD AFFAIR.  Mr. Cook's Daughter Elsie Drowned.  (Hi Monday the sad news spread  over (be city that Elsie Cook, a girl of  nine years, and daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. jf. Cook, had been drowned in  the Columbia River. The Jittle girl  was playing on the old wharf and had  run to'the edge of the wharf with her  lap'filled with stones, which 'she was  pitching into the water, when she lo.-l  her balance and fell in. She was not  again seen.  ��������� Jean Hyatt; who is leu years of age.  and who was with Elsie Cook- at the  tinie, pluckily jumped into the river  alter her, but was unable to do anything and narrowly escaped drowning  herself. Her,   cries   attracted   (he  attention (if J.'Sampson, wlm was  working at A. McRae's residence. He  rushed io her rescue'and was joined by  .J. P. Sutherland, who succeeded in  gelling her ashore by means of  a .branch of a tree which she had  had caught hold of. Several people  turned out Lo drag for the body, bit I  without success.  intense sympathy is felt for .Air. and  Mrs. Cook in their sad bereavement..',!  At tbe regular .meeting,of Selkirk  Lodge, Xo. 12,1. O. 6. I<\ held on  Tuesday, the following resolution was  carried : ''Whereas Almighty God in  His infinite wisdom has , seen fit to  remove,the beloved daughter of oiir  friend and brother II. Cook, therefore  be it resolved : Th;fl wc, the members  of Selkirk Lodge, extend' to our  bereaved .brother and his wife our  heartfelt sympathy and regret that bis  home has been made desolato and be  it further resolved : That a copy of  these resolutions, be sent to our brother and also to the local papers.  * '   Ja.mics Matiiii:,  Secty. Selkirk Lodge.  k  Q  K  If you Want the Best  and Purest Selected Tea that money can bny.  packed to retain its natural aroma and flavor,  free from the contamination of the odov> of sur-  a nicies,  l'oundini'"  yet  X  A  Ting Ling Package Teas  Thev come in  pound  ��������� I  i  perfectly pure.   ,  air ti^ht  Front Street,  \  Revelstoke, B. G.  J,iist Remodelled qnd Refurnished .with all Modern Conveniences.  CITY SCHOOLS  Will ffeopen on Monday. ;  !   ��������� The schools will reopen on   Moml  Aug. llth.     It will be a  ! the teachers if parents will have their  ; children in attendance on tlio open ing  day.   al<o   that    they     be     properly  supplied with pen-5, pencils, etc.     The  school board supplies ink.  A high school class will be formed,  ml a large part of the work will have  lo be done outside oi regular, hours,  it recesses and after school. Parents  are earnestly requested nol to send  their   children   away   from   town for  1  4^^(^4n(^^S^^^^^^^^^<^^^^^l^l^>^?($>r^^> ^  j high school work.      Every ell'or't  will  ,y��������� -----������������������������'������   ������, ���������   r   -   -   *   ^ -������--���������������������������������'-������--- ^  be nindu to meet the wishes of all. and  Rooms in Suites witli Bat lis and  Toilets attached, /lowing Not  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each jloor, Gas"Lighted and  ���������r ��������� Steam Heated Throughout..  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,  '   .- '    GOLDEN, B. C.  CLEARANCE SALE  of Ladies. Misse.  Ilovs Clothing,  - and  etc.,  Children's' Hoots and  Shoes  i2*  AT COST PRICE'S  EDWARD J. BOURNE,  Dealer in HOOTS and -SHOES. MUX'S FURNISHINGS. HEADY  MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES. Etc, Etc.  BOURNE BROS.  OLD STAND.  __1  TT  _fr������J  if any young people of the town are  contemplating any special work a  pr'vate call on the principal will probably result in the attainment of their  desires  We a e here to work, and want the  people of the town to make u.-e of us.  Do not hesitate to make your wants  known as now is the time to do your  work, lioineinber that education is a  positive necessity for success; in life  under present day conditions.  10. Wu.so.v. principal.  Total recovery 87.4 per cent.  This mill test was, considered as  most, satisfactory and means much for  (be Fish river camp says the Xclson  News. The test has, demonstrated-j \^  that,(be ore is strictly frcp.m.illiiijj,and '  as the ore of the Canib,qri\o group from'  whiph flip, ^iip.'nle shipment was takon  is ideiilipiU with-that, found on a number-of olaims on which much development, work has been done it would  indicate that all that is required for  the progress of the camp is develop-  real, help to j ment nnd stamp mills.  ��������� The development work done 011 the  Camborne, principally under the  superintendence of the managing  director of the syndicate. IT. '/.. Brock,  consists of three tunnels, one of which  is"being'driven on the vain to develop  the upper claims. \\ will cut the voin  on these at a depth of 2.000 , fool", and  when completed will haye a length of  considerably ovpr a mile, the surveys  showing the distance to be (5,000 feet.  This tunnel will have a double track,  and electric, cars will be used in hauling ore lo the mill, which is being  erected at (be mouth.  JIM HILL  Expresses   Himself on. the  Construction ,of Railways.  It is not often that President Hill  of the Great < Northern,, talks for  publication; but when ho does his  rcmarksarc worth attention. Speaking al tlrand Forks last week he  said:  ".Sometimes ,tho public have a  way of encouraging railways, such  ns by bonusing them. For instance  the O. P. R. On the other hand,  when he sold���������,out of it, they made  haste slowly and built without a  bonus. lie or his party did not  want any bonus, and a railroad  that could not live without a bonus,  would make a very poor show with  one. (Cheers.) A great many people think that because they commenced at this end they were going  end there. What they wanted  was to get a good road and go right  through to the coast. They did not  want, bowever, to build a road con-  X  ~iVi  ���������Af  A  wj One 'Pound Ma/res Oyer 200 Cups,  5c  r%  f  eaded packages  50c ner Pound  w  X  'or sa  e only  ai  Bourne  Bros. Grocery Store  FOR SUMMER DRINKS  Mason's English Herb Beer and Wine Essence  Package Makes Three Gallons  PRICE 25c.  G. F. CURTIS, RED CROSS DRUGSTORE, REVELSTOKE  Q-0<>^<KKK><>^-0<KK>0  AN IDEAL HOME !  The place where'you  spend all your  in tlie land if you will only   make it sn.  and furniture stores.  ' Here we sell good  ���������.ililo i>i-l..-ow.    W,. tjii!ir:i>ueo satisfaction.  lie may be a.- pretty a.������ .my  There arc   l'urniiuiv .-tore-  . lionc-.-t I'liriiiime nt ica.-uii-  li you "buv ti 11 vthing here.  and it-'isn't jusl as represented, we want you to como and tell  m  Wc will make il right.1 ,  S0JN & Co.  ITIIULSTHRIXC,' IMCTL'KK FKAMI.VG und I'NJlLK'JAK'IXG  RICH STRIKE.  Discovery, of Native Silver.  REVELSTOKE STATION-^  T - - - ~ - T' T' ^' T- T T< -^ -v- ^ -s- v - -��������� - -r:1 ?- T v y��������� -1 - -' - ��������� 1     Pnobab/e Site of New Station,  T  Mr.   Murray   writes   tbe   llOssland  Miner that there   is   considerable excitement over   rpcent   strikes .in (he  iOld G,old camp in, the Lardeau.  |    On the Guinea Gold properly a lead  ! was discovered showing ore thai   runs  I20U (0 |/>()0 (iiiiici'o of silver per  ton,  while on the   Pedro   a   lead   has been  opened up in  which   (he   ore   carries  leaf   and   wire   native   silver.      The  ��������� '                             _                 assay-   of   the.-i*   samples conlaining  Subject to   iiiu'ore.-een contingencies   unlive silvergive I'liornioi.is values,  we understand the .-ite for (he new C. j ������������   f  C. P. R. STATION.  sisting of a series of lobaggan slides.  They had to seek and follow the  lines of least resistance and low  grades. They were not asking for  a bonus, nor for anything more than  an opportunity to demonstrate that  some things can be done."  END OF TRACYi  One Block from CPU Depot  and Steamboat Wharves  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  (jwly   built.      First-class in every respect.      All rnqderp conveniences.  [-.firgc Hainplp Roopis.  Rates $1,50 per D.-jy Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under  same   management.  ���������Oh]  1 KOOIE.N W 'HO U S U  :f-=^zy:Tz COMAPLIX       "   :      f  ,ff>.'-   fs Now Open for Business     -     The Best House in Town.   " <*������  f      .' Well Furnished'   -    Good Table..     : f  $,     Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.     J  f W. HAMILTON, Proprietor. |;  j I*. IL .-tatidii i- practically settled.  The loi-iitioii will be about the site of  C. 11. Hume 11111? Co'- .-(ore. Great  ! improvement.- will be made in ({ie  'yard arrangements and (rack? provided on ' either side of the'sfation  building for the main line and south  trains so a-^ to avoid theinconvenier.ee  01' the -y.-teni ol" despatch ing the south  trains.  The new .-(aliou will be a credit (0  (he company and the city.  NEW LOCATIONS.  Activity on Isaac Creek.  The following elliinis were ;' recorded  this ��������� week- at li'evelstokc';' Last  Chance,-by-F. H. Wclls.'.and Alabama  by Joe Duniiyuii. Goat'Mountain, ��������� Tip  Top by Joe Dunn, oii K'eyslone.  Isaac Creek���������.Morning SLir by A.  Johnson, . Lost Cup by J. Jenkins,  Sunshine by ,1. Heighly'. (). K. by W.  Hilly. Wigwam by YY. ,M, Ilrown,  Morning (''.lory by J. Hunt, Lulohec  by J.y (iorow, Copper. King .,by H.  SiHiin^yii.- '  FINANCIAL  < British Columbia ���������'! por cent slocks  are ipKiled id 00 on tbe London  market, a rise of 1.1.  A great pa nip in (he /inancial w .rid  is predicted lo (alee place before 1004,  by Col. James ii. Tale, of IlaKiinorc,  Md., who is a(, (he Place Vigor Hotel,  as a result,,of the over-eapitaliital.ioii  of railroad, induslri-il and trust companies stock.-.  Surrounded and Wounded He Shot  Himself.  Si'Okank, Aug. p.���������Hurry Tracy,  the outlaw, killed himself in a  wheat field surrounded by a posse,  Cornered in a swamp near flat-ring-  ton in East Washington, Tracy was  found , by Sheriff Cudiheo's posse,  He was shot in (he.leg between the  kneo and the hip. This wound,  taken in conjunction with his other  wounds, made it impossible for him  to  continue  his flight.    When he  saw that he must certainly be cap- R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor,  lured  or shot down, he turned his  pistol on himself.  His  dead  body was found a few j  minutes Inter,  when   his  pursuers!  dared   to approach tho place where  he was last seen.  Tho greatest excitement  prevails  ID llyit part of the country, and all j  over Washington (he   news  caused j  (he greatest interest.  Direct from the GROWER to the  Consumer.  1 i 1  MORRIS & STEED, Sole Agents, Revelstoke  Kc-furnJshod and Rc-modollo  Kates SI.50 to $2 per day  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  Vancouver,   B. C.  ORIENTAL  HOTEL  ably furnished with lhe choicest  a I fords. Hest Wines, Liquors,  Rales $1 a day.    Monthly rate.  the market  & (_ i_oar.s.  NEW BUILDINGS.  Taylor and-jGcorgo lire inviting tenders for the construction of a large  warehouse oil; the brunch'track, adjacent (0 the Revelstoke,Wine and Spirit  Company's warehouse.       '���������     :'  Peid and Young are making an addition to their store, 'which will then  be .100 feet in fengb. J. K'ernahan  has the contract.  There is a small placer b(|<Ul (Hi the  Salnion Itivpi' at I''fio, wbero ipen are  irejjorted tabe tuakiujj f 7_nor dtiy, .  . INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  Foi; the first four months of Hie  fiscal year Hie profit; of Ihe Dominion  Coal and Steel Co. exceeds (be prolits  for si. 1110 period    lust year by .f'100,000.  I'uget Sound mill men say lhey  cannot Iind cedar in quantity suitable  for shingle mills in this, provinc. , Is  it not a case of llie fox and the  grapes? - . y  - The Northwestern .��������� Dovolopenient  syndicate propose to operate, an electric car line for both' passengers and  freight between Comaplix,' which is  the head (if navigation on Arrow lake  for the camp, aiid Goldliclds.  jM. Hyatt has-purchased the , sterii-  wheel machinery of the old Kootenay  Lake steamer Marion, and is having it  shipped to llevelstpke for lilting up  the .scow,on which he intends' (0 (ake  hi������ logging engine and outfit to Canoe  Piver. Capt, Kane of the Dominion  dredge, dismantled tho machinery and  shipued it from Kuslo for Mr. Hyatt.  \T.     ALBEET     STONE,    OFJR-OjE-'  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTS OF ANY  MAGNITUDE   EXECUTED  Complete Installations Our Specialty  Finest Class of Machinery   ....  Hinton Electric Co. Limited  VICTORIA and VANCOUVER.  IP YOU WORK IN TOWN WHY NOT LEAVE YOUR WOBK m TOWN  -Over 100 suits have came into town from (.-astern houses: in tin! past  few nion lbs, ��������� We can't help hoticimr   (hem���������its our bu.sines.-:.    Some very  good a nd.sonic very bud, but XONIv ARK L'^UAL to your $20 to $25 suits.  Give US a trial.  /  BBIttfMiMAlBWIHatMIJBmPW THE KOOTENAY MAIL.
a be -IRootena^flfmU.d?i^a .;vhole;fc ^ Td< -iuil-d
-1- up tins citv as the chief  distnbui-
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ing   point  and railway center of
1 Kootenay.    This has long been- the
Annum >' expressed policy of leading C. P. K.
 joflicials in the event of tbe  Coast-
A'bvKinisisc;   iiatks   on   niiiiiioiitimi.  Kootcnav railway going into other
I'll,.Mm- in .idicili-i-iiicnt- i��ii-l  ��(-��� i" 'ii' - '
���fui-l.iy of c.i'li week lo -ecure fiiod di-   huillls. as it lias 110W done.
rt;m.i.-=iir.D kiiiday.
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REVELSTOKE. B.C.,
Subscription   Price.   S2.00   Per
JOB I'JtIN'TlXG iiromiilly (.-.coined at rea-Jon-
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THE MiADAMS' CASE.
On Friday Editor McAdanis was
tbe schedule presented, and as the
council has made it a point to keep
good faith in- regard to loan sinking
funds and other matters, we hope
the work in question will not prove
an exception, but will be carried
out in strict accordance with the
loan schedule. '  , ,  '
THE HOSPITAL.
Annual Meeting'of Subscribers.
The second  annual, meeting   of
subscribers to the hospital was held
on Monday.    In the absence of the
president and   vice-president  G. S.
  McCarter was voted to the chair.
A BRIGHT OUTLOOK. !    ,���. L ��ei'����t~-_ '
i     J ho reports ol  retiring  directors
Premier Dunsmuir is   doing   ex- j mid Ladies Auxiliary, forpast rear,
���,���>r. _, released from the  outrageous  sen-; cellent   missionary   work   for   the were presented.
Vi��,foi tence   inflicted    on   him   bv    the' province   in    England.       Among      J be chairman said an eiiornjou=
^."r.",.;* iH-c^^yformibircaioi.  bm ,sulH-t.mo,  Court       Since   the   i,,,-; others the   Biniingliani*   Post pub-' ��imount ot/v���C';l.a ljec".aom"'"    n
.i-.-v,%id.-ii'-cf-f p.od i.nih. c-on-c-iioniiciicc    ui"u"-   (-uuu'       "lu   ul1'  -"' ' . .    ��. l        thev got the -T^OOO from the govern-
.:..:-: i..1.1, ti.. uiij-c i�� Tuc-d.-.y cvuiiini;., pri��<.iiment of K. C.  t'ottoii.  editor! bshes an interview, in   the   course ' nie't_ as was5  probable,   the   debt
A'll'c"   .. of   die   New.-   Advertiser, for con-j of which  Hon. Mr.   Dunsmuir  in-; balance   remaining would be very
Thk Kootkn-ay Mail, iempt   of   Court   ,-ome   rear.- ago. > dicated certain lines   of   local and i small, considering the heavy work
_. .. [. Itevel.toke, B.C.     Ui(in,   Img   k.en 110 case';vhidl }��a5 , national policy,   which   if, carried '^j^���*;
We request oup numerous readers to aroused so much interest  and  feel-|Oiil.   could   not   fail   (o place this ,.
favor  us with their assistance In '. '
r OI'UK-l'ON'riKKl K  imiled   on ma
Mii.li.    lii-'.-i'-t.   ('oiiiiiiiiiiicatioii
ii-.u-:    In'  .i<.coni)>.iiiiod   by   inline  of
of   11.   A.   lirown,
; seconded   by   A.   E.   Phipp?,   the
makin;
���the kootenay mail the �������   "��'<>��{,'   journalists   and    (he; province iii the van of tliti  world's ��� directors report wa/adopted." o
most valuable advertising-medt- public as lhat of Kditor McAdains.' race  for    commercial   supremacy,
On 'motion   of   K.   A. Haggen,
^Ul^ ��U admitted,   lie pointed out how, by a   co.nbin- j seconded by It Gordo... the report
chases   to  those firms who are That the i tidgcs erred   more   than '<ation of   British    commercial   in-- ul, Ul��   J'l,tllc^-Auxiliary-was ailopt-
^^'^^ise',sl�� the KOOT- .MoAdani^ was also  admitted, and ,'terests   the   coast'   cities    of   t]lc-,e'U.id the thank, of   the  subscn-
r -' the effect-,wa.- to bring the action of, province could   be   made   the oni-
i�� ( ITV AOKS'TS.
(-.,,'.,- ,,l   I'lli. M.ill. in.i} In- obtained from
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A\ U.I   111:1 i.  iV   Hlllik  CO.
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(ynin- :   Moi.-o.v.-;   Hamc   Hi.ock,   Iii:via.-
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M-,;,c\- Id 1o.ui.
oiln.1". Itmi'l-ioUi', II. t'.: l*ort Steele, U. I.'.'
Ci.ii..-. Mi ('\ui-i:ii. J. -\. Hakvcv.
Keicl-lukc. H. I'. Tort .Steele, 11. ('.
hers recorded to the ladies for their
��� splendid services.
i the court into disrepute' throughout��� poriums of commerce with the  east      -Report   of   Nurse Anderson was
(he dominion, and to call down 'on ! and Australia'   (ill   il   warranted I'dsoadopted.
lhe Pench the condemnation of (he  the despatch and arrival-of a daily!    /.Iev- C.'pidncr urged  the publi-
,,.,,,.,. , ,       .,        ', cation of the   report   and   balance
entire press and most ot lhe public. i steamer; how our iron deposits and [plu,el for informatioii of subscribers.
The   judges   themselves  evidently j timber resources might result in the j It was a splendid   report   and   be
recognised   Ibis,   for   (hough   Mc-  establishment   of   iron,   steel and moved this be a recommendation to
Adams liled an apoloirv,   il covers ' paper making industries that could ,^1C new directors.
no more around   (hair'the apologv ! hold.thcir own'in the world's  mar-      ;V K" l>]^? seconded.    Carried.
1      c- ' '   On   motion   ot   A.   E.   Phtpps,
he made
in
court   when   he was I ktts; how British  Columbia  could
J   K���.MAIST1H-: A: SCOTT,
I j      ,.
l>.\iiiti.-"-::i:~. yoi.ii-n-on.-, Notaiui-:s
Prni.io. ICtc.
l-ll-t MI'I i-l.
Revelstoke, B.C. ! of tlic Pllblic'
| ifiWAKD.A. IIAGGRX,
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MlNIN'O   K.NtilN'HKIi,
i.Mi-iii.  AniLi-ic.'iii  In-tillUc Mining KiiKincoi'.-)
i.Mcin. Canadian Mining Institute.)
Ukvici.stoici-:, B. C.
l.-i.iiiiiualioii of and rcporls on'Mineral Pro-
licnie.- a Specialty.
i first called Oil as will be seen from j supply English cities with blocks
, its terms, which were as follows : for street paving, and how our
i "The only motive present lo my ��� coast cities might be made., by the
i mind in writing (he article was' construction ��� of the Canadian
j wh'al I conceived to be the  interest J Northern railway, tlio great   grain
.. _ ,        In  doing so J-aiscd \ depots for Manitoba and the North-
| language referring (o   the,, court in
j terms which were intemperate, and
improper, and void of the respect
due. to their Lordships' persons and
\\
MLLIAM   A.  PADKI*.'.
Dominion ,c' I'kovixciai, Land
?-n:vi:voi.'.
,}- i,f Minor.il ei.iim
we?(. The "Premier also pointed
out the splendid openings 'existing
for agriculture, with good soil and
an assured market, and repudiated
ollice.     The expressions �� were not  the blue   ruin   cry   of   opposition
���J.
Ckii. n Land-
C.ii ��� oi .1. li.SiniM.il, lii'.via.sToio:.
A. K'll'lK,
deliberately intended  (o bring  discredit   on   the bench, but were the
outcome of vcrvsstrong feelings.     I
; deeply regret the publication of (he
|article   and   (he   inexcusable and
n,���i,UrJto,-.i..,ui.i!i"S!llUinKli,II,SuaSljin wllicl1   J   ro"!
ferred to the judges of (he Supremo-
politicians by pointing to the great
mineral output and the steady upward tendency of'British Columbia
stocks on'the London market.
!!.(;.
��� (���"MlXlliX   AXIi    I'UOVIXl'IAI.
Lano SrnvKVow,
liK\"i-:i.>T(n<ii,  B.C.
seconded, by 10.'A. Hagge.ii, Supt.
Kilpatrick, Messrs Temple. Pool,
Gordon, landmark, McCarter, Mc-
Leod, T. E. L. Taylor, C. .7. Wilkes
were elected directors for ensuing
year.
The question of "'government
representation on the board was
brought' up and the chairman
agreed this should be attended to.
It was- decidyd the hoardrshould
havco tho membership of the
directorate increased and that the
government agent be added to lhe
board.
On motion,of Rev. C. Ladner,
'seconded by H. A. Brown, resolved
tliat a hearty vote of thanks be
accorded director's for services during past j ear. ' " ' p
, Tlie chairman acknowledged tbe
compliment. ,Their ' labors were
made comparatively e,sy by the
excellent services rendered by their
sec-lreasl. 15. R. Atkins, lo  whom a
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I-'or Terms and Particulars tts ,io .Sale of Lots, apply to
H. N. COURSIER, AGENT, REVELSTOKE.
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iss h'J)WARDS.
TI.'AI.Mil) .MI-IDICAI. AXI)  r-L'ltd K'A I.
Xt'lfSI-:.
RKVKI.STOKK,  I!   C.
Zhc 7kootena\. OihmX
��      Kl.'lDAV. AlY;r*T S.   1902.     '
tyranny,    and   has   been'    fought, end of last  week the   Michel   men ' ua,-,f:0
;o went out and the situation be-
through the prison gates   by
��� c
men
whose names  wil
down    to all
al
(o (be labor unions
lhe   desirabilitv    of
We   .-ugge.-
,if Ilevi'lrloke
celi'b.r.iting Labor Day. Sept. 1st,
in right royal fashion. There 'is
\ei time to organise a good sports
pruirrainmo for lhe day. and better
-till, a I'bai'aoterisiie procession
uu- diffeivni trades in the eitv.
���SPLENDID SERyiCK.
We congratulate,ITon. Col. Prior,
court, and herewith withdraw   and i Minister of Mines, on the   splendid
apologize fur the same." ''public service be has .rendered   by
The history of a free  press   is   u I bringing about a settlement   of t!ie| very hearty vote of than'ks war due
history of struggle against   judicial j miners strike at   Fernie.      Al , the j for bis    services;-and   a, vote was
'to   him   on   motion  of R.
' Gordon, seconded by I'\ B. Lewis,   o
.Mr. Atkins, in   res]jonding,   said
came so serious as   to  threaten the] it i,.u* been a labor of   love.      He
future   time   as   the champions of' closing down of every sniclter   and j considered lhey should now have a
liberty, free press and  free   speech.' shipping   mine r in   the   province., P-'1^' secretary. _ _
,r   i ,',' ,      .   . ,   ,,    i r,,,    Ai-"- i ii-      iv   c     '    Mr. Wilkes thanked the subscri-
Ilad the court not given w���y to lh��> | 1 lie ilmwUr succeeded in etiect.ng, bci., fQr dcctins? llim t0  lll0   l)0llra
demands of the press and public! a compromise between the men on 'aiu[ assured them he would do his
opinion in this instance, tlieir action , one hand and, tho company on the j utmost. He eulogized the work of
would have resulted in a woven*.: other, and the mines will again be. Mrs. Lawrence and'Miss Woodward
ransacking of the methods of the| worked to' full capacity. With ! ^ representing the "auxiliary
court and the personalty of the the Minister of Mines and Chief
judges, for there is probably not an J Commissioner   getting  about    the
Kootenay Lodge
,15A.F:& A.M.
���7*-
Tlicreguliiriiiccting-i
ai'e held in I ho Jlas-
onio Temple, llniii-ni!
=_ Hall, on (lie I bird
Monday   in   oaeb
^1'^S^^-*-C?i^x^.j iiirint.ll   lit.    S   ll.   in.
*^^3%'^^%^-    Vi-iilini?   bi-elbi-en
���=J'*^^=---i^=���- cordially weloomed.
If. (iOHOON     SllCKKTAKY,
on
their   canvassing     tiip     to     tbe
Lardeau.  ���
Rev. ('. Ladner urged the beauti-
Spc.tKing ot
11.   V.   Miner,
i Jr.inbv'Consolidated. sa vs
ritisli Columbia. S.
pre.-ident     of   tlie
"The
editor in the province   who   would   country,   inquiring    into     public  tying of-the hospital  grounds   and
not have risked being called  before' requirements   and   taking steps to suggested citizens give a day's labor
ii   '     ' .      mii" ���        i    ',.,.���...,-��� ,i;ii;..nii;>. ���   'thr.   ii.im,,,,,;,- ��� or its equivalent.      He considered
(he court as McAdams was. in order ' lenioie ilillicullie.-   the   uun^inun i
��� ..,.,    ornamenlartrees could be got from
lhat tbe right of the,  press   to   dis--; government     may   strengthen   i^ lhc ���overmmJIlt   farm   at   Agazziz.
of jeussioii of Supreme court   matters.' bands and render  great   service to _ f1K]mi steps should also  be  taken
; without being subject to tyrannical - the country.      ���' , to plant trees on   the   city   streets
j punishment.'should be vindicated.! = = ( and m, beautify them.
 i  : THE P.LTE RL'IN CRY. '     '*ev.   (-'.   Ladner    suggested    r.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O.' O. F��� No  25.
ItoKiil.'ii'iildcliniis.u'c bold
n Oddl'ellowH' Hall every
>y fV^\ Tliui'-day nlidit. nl.  cIkIiI,
wEa^Fo'clock. , Visitlnc lirotlie)-'.
cordially welcomed.
I. A.'STONI], It. & K.S.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. 0.f0: F.
AleeK cvoi'}' 'I'mxlay
ovenint: in Hulkirk
Hall at, s o'clock.
ViailiiiK bi-eilii-en eoi'-
di.-illy invitpd (,o at-
Lend,
A.SAXTOS'.X.G.       ,        J. MATH HO. Six.
Ily gelling your prh|(h|g done in tli(;
KOOTENAY MAIL OFFICE.
Lei us sei'Mi' you. It will save yu'u
time, energy'and money. Our chargi's
arc reasonable and tlio "n;��iiUs prompt
and pleasing.
V'-"t'-.i"<';/'-"    '���' V'V
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Kootenay Ma/7 Office,
Rene/stoke.
Gold Ra'ngeLorifli?
K.O.P. No 26
Revelstoke, B. C.
MceU every Wed-
ne-d.-iy in Oddfellow*!
I Tn 11 nl S o'clock.      ;���
Vi-itinj,' ICnialil- invited.
K. JI('I)ON.M.I), C. (.'..
\Y. Wltirdi;, &. ftl-' I!
ami a,
ANCHOR WIRE FENCE.
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DISALLOWANCE.
The Dominion authorities threat-
hospital Sunday, and theehairman
ot   the,MlI\|   (in:   directors   were    placing
legislature   member.- of  contribution lioy/is'-at Field, Glacier
During the'Iate   session
(.ouniry is ��� alright,   the   ores  and j en to disallow some of last session's
I'-vber natural resources are   illimit- j legislation regulating the immigra-
.1
oi
immense   value,   but
tion of .Japanese into this province.
It is time ' this disallowance
tomfoolery was ended.      The legis-
ab.'c. mi
hiiHiie.-.- in all lines is inflated, and
bi'fcre any lasting   prosperity   can,
be expected, it must be   reduced to j lature of British Columbia, lias now.
:. legiiimaii' ba.-is." , for several years, passed legislation
  - s at each session for   the    restriction
li'm. Mr. Blair. Minister of Rail-! of Asiatic immigration.    Tbislegis-
ujv-. i- to be congratulated on   the  iation has been oon.-oquent   on  the,
i-.vri-lh-ui n-uhs of his  administra-  demand   of   the   people, who have
n.di. by which the huge deficits   of j clearly   the   right  'to legislate for,
;.-.'��� i ('ii-ervative   regime  have been j,their own good, and for the good of
���,\.pi ���! >iiit. and lhe railway shows a | the province.      This  clar-s of legis-
-u.*|ib.j- ( ; ���f,sl''/J')2 for the past year, "lation has 'oeen jiassi-d in Au.-tralia
I: Mi. Biair g'-1'.- on ar- he is   doing'and South Africa without   interfer- ���
! .��� -.ii'.; I :o'.'  in lla  peuidc of  Can- ��� once by the home  authorilii"-.  and
:��� ���;..:'. 'in  giiV'-niin'-iit   can    run   we do not bclii-vc tln-y an-iiiterfer-
, -,-, ,   -    i,-   well   a.-    private cor-   in the pn"-ent in-lance.    It i- more
,   ���   ���;��� ���,. than    likely    the   wlmU* trouble i-
due tn--iiiiie iiVi-r /.ealoii- oillcial at
Ottawa. Alioiit two year- ;il'ii'
Hon. .I'l.-epb Chainbei-lain .-uggc,-t-
cd that l'.rili-h Cdluiiibia Iegis'.ali'iii
take the I'orin of the ..Vala I A'M.
Tlii- ba-I'l-i'ii dene during the j��n*-1
.-(-.���ion. .Mid it i- ino'-t unlikely the
Sec ret a ry fur t!i<- ("nlonie- wo
go back mi hi.- own .-ugge.-tion.
i provincia
[ the opposition Lost no opportunity | and other tourist point
of preaching blue -ruin simpiy for
party purposes, reckless of the injury they were doing the province.
That their discreditable effort.- have-
not been of much avaii is evidenced
by the substantial1 rise, in British.
Columbia sw.-uritiis- on the   London
HOT WEATHER
AILMENTS.
market..d'le largely
linniici.il .-ta.tc-nient   of
1   '!'.
to the   explicit
H"!-.    J. I).
a.-u.-i.-r. and
to the large mineral output   ->f   tl.i
Province   '-howii    by    tb"   iniiii:.'il
report (>f the' Prrivinci'ii   Miii'T.iJu-
'..   <���        ,       , , .,
gi-t.       It    our - legislator-   and tl.'-
people of the   provide''    \w P*   IHO!'
loyal to iin-  in*-'    11 il *-i <--! -    oi   tin'
eoiuniunity   ttu-'.      repn-'-nt  than
to      .-elfish     -i-ck'i1-     after      place,
and    ]iower   they   would   not lend
fh'-m-clvo:- to .-itch false jiolicy.
('.ireful .Motli'-iv (shoul'l h'c-epat Hand
tin   Means to Check AiinifenLi
That, Olhorwise May
Prove Fatal.
I;,   .    t       I. idiii-r   make,-   a goml
..j. -: "h in th.it ������!(���['-   -Inill 1<I   be
' ... i, i.. i,i lutify tin- city of  Ri-vol-
��� ,';.,     l.\     pbiiiiihg   tree-    iu   the
���,  , ���-        I I.i    ippear.iiii'i- "I Kam-
: - ,  ���- I < en min li   improved   by
j. ii -.ing .in'! Revel-toke might
���    i   .11,1'. lie     the     c.VlIllplr     of     its
. ;.'iiln.iii        ."nine   i.f   (he citizens
i-. ������   .iin ,ni\    ddtc   much  (o ini-
!,,,.   ilc- .ippi-.iV.iiiei- of the   ,-treet.-
I- i;,.i,i of their home.-    and    what
CAMBORNE.
A Story of Progress.
,!
���"1-i-iini our  On " r rui i -|.oi).|, i,' ,  ,
l-'l'l-d  lioblll-oll  ll.i- -t 'l't"(f   l-i J
lib!  i''  -*;IU  '"'"  '''-ie. .md .'l-'>   -!iill_'!e    n'i
and cvpect- in have tl.i m in up-V,iiinsi   u-<d
in about nvo w-ek-. - <���.f i ,*ii��� t��� ��� -��� *. -im> <
li.ioni' -* ie-uit -
i ej, iidie in- .-oine can ne dijiie
ii
(ii ii IP   I
'I h'' ll'*W :
i it,- ( o.l-t-
ii- i Jl   -igll'-i
'(.It   REVEL.-TOKE.
tha'   the   contract for
KooK-nay    railway   has
bv lhe governnieiit and
FRONT STREET.
The Mayor and Aldermen are   d
be congratulated   on the   excellent!
.-ervice lhey have given the city  in j
the shape  of  street  improvement.-,
sidewalks, and a   good   fireball   for
the     lower    town.        The    work-
scheduled   for tbe loan also included a sidewalk on tbe north  ride   of
Front Street, between F._ I!. Well.-'-
ind    10.    A.    liradley'.- oflbe.
11 i.- reported t ha,' I lie   l-'.\u i-   .ib
the whole (J. P. ifl1"' the. fact that, this piece of work
I.-.    M- L".m   Pro-,   i-  fraught with
imp"! tar.' " io Reve|-loke. as it will i -"tore
involve a (.'bti'iige in ......  ��� ... . .
yR.poii.-v ii'r lhe'Kootenays.    The ^'lfl�� ��ot y(ii l'(:C"   ,l011"   biis--'��iv<m;j
���w.'iv inwJiieb it- will  affect -Revel*'ri^ to reports.that, if is to be omit.- j'
sick' iytliis.    In order to maintain j led.   ','*   ,l'"(; tl,i��'wo",(, ,,,; 'A ,v���-\
ii-I'i'C.-tigenn.r trade in   Kootenay | lincL breach of faith with the.   rate-
lhe Ci'.' IL'will have to give  liev-W01? wl,�� vo<(^ for   tllf;   lon" ��"
n't
lo elm litre li.nid- for a , .iii-aleiabl.
amount,' Tbi- i- iii" union- ���_',���!,!
property u\\ 11<-cf by I b' I injn i i.i!
Development S\ iidienle.
Tin- lieu building- Ik o- no in ���' i-'i.
way tow a nl- coinpl,-t ioi, ,nid I1"
Town-ite   building   i-    no--,   i���-.������!\- km
'iccupllliey.
|      There i" iiiore    a'tu.il    d< vi-lopiie nt
���".oik being don' im tin- ,-.urp tbi-
I -i ,iMin t ban fit jii-\ lime pi ,-,'ioi,-ly
1 bul not so much prospectw,-..
The road- b"lween  be,-c   and    navi-.
���al ion are now iu very L'ood cukI it i->n.
When lie- -,i(-��|li2i'' i> hot the .-and-,
.,:" lb,- lurle lib .irc.api io glide away
���.efi.rc y,jii kimw if,. Vou coi't lvatcli
tb- iittb-oik-.- loo carefully at tjiL
ii'ii',d     Ds.-'-ntery. (lian-ljCM-a. cliojcra
I'm'.I'i" lllii   .Old     (li-ol<Ier-    Ol  ())(' irl.0111-
.H i. ,." ul.inuiiigly l're(|iieul during
'���i. iiot iiifli-t weather of the-iimnu-r
ini.h'b- \i Hieiir-l -ieii oi any nf,
I In -, ,,i my oi i le* other ailment.-
t !i i: ajliici hit I" oii'--, give Iia by'- i hi n
T.ilib't-. Tb'���- T.iblctr- -a ill -')i"filily',
M-li'"." .md pi'.-nqdly ciio al! but
Mi.it)>.'   .liliiii-ut-.    K'(-ep tb(i>i in tbi-
i,foi-i���Ibeil, po-lilpt ll-eniiii -an- a
pr, ��� inn- lit* I��� * iii>* Mr- l!ui b.un
,-inirh - I'.'li- Oni -.r - ��� Win n my
. jib-I , !',.'d .,--,'��� ������, i k- old In- bad '
-i:i .-"'.i };,.,l ( 1>( '��� '.' ,l l',i 1,1 il!r and -,\,i-
.(' 'b ,i').' d(.' -I My doctor aiI.s i-eiI
j, .- t >:., I! u_, - l i'i n T.ibli I - au>l in
i-s/->. ;',.!> !i/iji* b.diy ii.i- In tii i
I il'- ', on, I til -J. .Old I'd ���'illg e, ,i-( d ,i|>.|
be i. ���_'illi'-il   -tieti'/'l,   lupi'Jh        I   Ii.i-.i-
i-.' T,ii,i,-' - ,, r -.-,1b, i .oine nl.-
i nd ,,il-,\,i\.- -.- n l> the
f   (an   -ii.ci n-lv |ec.
UNION
..CIGAR FACTORY..
"Our Special" & "The Union."
H. A. BRflW.H PROP.
REVELSTOKE,     -     -    B. C,
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer Inv^mHSZ^*
BEEF,   FORK,
MUTTQN, Etc.
Tlii- stroniresl and best. .tence yet dcvuci! ;  fcjiniijy and easily  Cj-|iisl|'pcj(e((j,'
at- the sa'nie time tbe cbeapc-l and must durable fence on the niurkfiL
All rights uf iinpoilatioii, iiianiifactui'i'* or sale of fence in ISrilish Columbia,
are exclusively owiud by u-. and anv violation of these will be prosecuted.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ANCHOR FENCE CO., Ltd.,, VANCOUVER.
,.    0.  I'.. SKUINK, ^lanager.   '
AHGLO^AMERICAN and EQUITY
FIJE INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Two of the Best Non-Board Insurance Offices.
llor'ice   Mantiitio-  has  been'appointed Agent  for Revelstoke for the above Companies.      ' ' '
He will   be oi;itl io tpiotc rates, and it i.s safe  tq  say   tbe
rales al which we offer to'take .yotir risks cannot be beaten.
Why pay excessive rates when .711 opportunity is affqrcjbi^
yon of seciiriiio- absolute protection against  lire at il^te lowes)'
raLcs. ���
W-  S. HOLLAND, Ceneral  i\{anager,
Fish and Game in Season.
411 Qi'iici-s yr'ai'i'lly illlwi.
('^r,iiei'   liniih'l.i--
,j   iui(,l Ivi 1,1 K ".ll'uiAt^,
REVELSTOKE. B. C
COMAPLIX
J. H. YOUNG,       -   l   -      .-       PTpprjietor,
liesl br.inds of Wines, Liquois and
1 i-avell-'rs  to   b'ish Creel
at this 1 lotel     0
Cigars.
will find e.vc'ellent acconjiijodatjioij
��
olio.iei.d
1 b'-'n   1"     ll.ctli' .'- a- .i ne ill
(���111,      li'.i
-ln>.lid    ,iiVwi_\ -  I,'   ke],t    in
ill,' i     11-1
Ln>;- >
1;,,- t "i :-, >���    .1) >��� g-iud .'..it -,i''l
',,,d     r'h
Jill.llip   ., lid    ' ' >-_,'   ,'h      li'.il,,'-
-.-:   .,      It.
!���'.-'-   ' IV.'li  Tab!' t - ,'il'      11 -i (1
l'b'l>!  ei.
1 V,   ' b' in    .1- :' .'id Iv .1 - 1 .1 n
(1 V   , 11, > 1   ' ���!
���-},i ,| \i)     .1  ji';'.','1"|   1 hev c.i 1,
|(    -',   '  'I
*-, t -,i    -. oiingi -1   il.f.ilit   '.l ll b
ii     :.,-���
, f   .-. -ulf-     .-old   ,it    'li a;;
-1,, . .  ,,
,,  11  -,,|i  ���/'-!.  1 I,' in    pe-t   j,,i|,|
,0 2-'< " nt
-   1   1,0 .     by  .', rit l/iu' dip ' 1   l-i
To.     Lr
\\ lib.mi-'        .M'-diciiK     ('<,
liiod   nl,
Oir     or Sebf in etarly    \    V
Baker and
Confectioner
\ full   and  cuinplcji
line of
GROCERIES
1 .\i( i<(
A 1enue
and Railway Sli c< I,
koad fpremaii (.'���: Ritchie, is, in cIiio-.lco
of the work 00 (.he.'tlomapli.v.sido, mihI
D.'T. .Newiinin on the Landing road.
Tbe "Northwestern' Development- ('<<���
fin ve I be. machinery,  for -'Ibeir. .-lamp
mill ' now on ,.-t.be   road and are now
improving tb". road between lib
aiid'Ciiiiibonit', ' ''���
Thanks:
iT
-Air. and ,V|r,--'. II.  t:-o-ok.   i\isb   to- ��x
press. Ibeir tbank-S, lo  ..ll'iO   eitizi-li-i'(,l, j
Ib-vebiokcfoi- tbe s'yinpal l.y extended j
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���'-?        h ��������� ���������  THE EDCEEN^Y MAIL  lnomtislreiclic-.-!' in a grin or.pleasure  at sight of Yankee troops. -A figure is  sitting in a wiekerehfiir on tbe Ter  ,dn, dark eyes flashing in a pale face!  It is-Jaqiieliiie.'������������������'���������������������������    '-.-'-������������������.    /.'.-/;'/   '//  Hiding, up to the gate, In iii out ot  Till*   ,M>J2-3iSIiJ  Bourne JJros.,biercliaiiC,ib:-v(-lsU'ke  saddle almost before-my horse Las ' report fp'r.wcek ending AuUusiy 1st-       j  stopped^' Buck gives ai'ery and jumps ; 1'i.ou'i:.  ' .-.���������'.'.-, ���������;������������������'������������������///' /"y- '  t  into my arms.V',Ginger grasps ipy band, ji ' Jdiiiiirarian,.ucrybag- (JS lbs. .y. ���������. ;.$2:V'j j  '-'������������������''By' jingo, '_ Miy.'Brandystorie,"' cried;;.Giiaix. '"'' '���������������������������'���������. !- ,, ; :'i' ",...��������� '-" .., ;  Bucky'Tra inigb,ty glad, to see,you!;    Wheat;. pei^oi'i.Cy.V'C.."'��������� y./R>2!)(/, [  Oats, per'tbn; -,y"i;-.y. i/.-.;/...'. ;'������������������. ;^^,W-i.Na^iif](y-;i)aiir.  Mails Close at Revelstoke at 7 a.nly as  follows^, excepting- that Sunday  Mails Close at 10 p.m. on Saturday   '���������'"'' " ���������"������������������������������������'     .j.^;lj:],  -Slo-  ������(li-K'inn,r,(T. (.li'hiij forks;   Cciliinibiii-  ycep- .'Sill iirriay.   ;,. ' .-.- ;'i,. -��������������������������� ;. ��������� '���������;'.> ,';.-���������;���������  'Kaslo. N'e.w -Di'iiv,.-!-,' .teilyfn-tiiiiv.S.'indbi'],  ���������an. I.'ubsun --Imily excc'pl. Sunday, yi..   ,'.-  ���������Itos.-i.-ini.i.-.   Xclson,1 / Halcyon,��������� ��������� AiTowliiiiul'i  i 11 '  m  J  Turning, I ;saw ay troop of .cavalry  carrying- tlie stars, nnd stripes riding  leisurely from the town.   I tired a shot-  yi t(i; attract' tlieir 'attention".'; Suddenly'  they seemed,:(6 italic in/the situation.,  'y   I heard: tliey sharp'word;of yeoiiiiiiand^  !,; iind  sawyythem ;coining -fit  a  galibp.  y Glancing aty the guerrillas; I, saw tlie ni  .vanishing in the distance.   ,  :yy ;y"y'%vcd!"/I: cried.''Vyy-y'.:', y/        -'.'���������'..;.  /'-De bresscd Lawd be t'anked!" sbouty  yed Ginger.  'Ty.���������:'./������������������    '���������, y y ���������''���������';. y. -" i1'.,.'-"  ; ; v;,iGol darn li," said nucky''ef I'd,'aV  /'/'had a'shot I'd 'a* pliinkedtprio,of 'eni!"7  ;-"Ry Jove," remarked Bciiuniont, star-*/  |-,;  Ing at the.'.approaching troopers, 'Tin  '."���������������������������;ri 'prisoner!".'/'///'y,/'"''iy7'' v-'-.-v ���������'���������:������������������''''-;���������'.������������������  7 'Tliere was a'puff of smoke a.iiio'iig tiie>  retreating, guerrillas,  the erack  of ay  : ycai'biniv j aiiiiy Jack,; fell   Into' Helen's'  -'")������������������- nri'iis.-,-,;,/���������.:;��������� V. y1-:yT Y .'���������'���������".-'; T:T'yyy. 'y/- ���������//���������.,  -Never yva's (lie; pleasure of bard earn-7  i/Yed success, more,cruelly dashed at tlii?  //moment of triumph.// \Ve bad fought  / tjiese .tiends olTyfor' daysi, we had es-  .������������������'.,' capod 'from (lleini to a cove!ed, protee-  :';'��������� ytion.'and now, a( the lnstinonioiit,- lhey  ���������yy lindy struck us;soV(*ri*Iy>,,;,1 :ifjui11i.iip 1 -'ii"  Ty oiiy,;ihe -grass, !it'rYhoad:iand:,slibuldors  yy resting oil Helen's arm. WhoYstifiiehed  /..'/ H.-o/blbbd, wliieliiilowod from a; wouiid  yyy -Iiiy tier- side; y/l y liontyovor -liorf ,\y,itli.. n  ygroaiwyy Gaplain Jteniiiiioiityfor fi in'6-  ������������������:���������'< -incut/seemed yii red "to7 eiiase : the/ maiv  ,-;'���������' -wild;, had /shot 'lieri itiioli .joined; 't,h"o,se';  ';" ./about the:wounded girl,- in uttering /i in--  '-.. yiireciiiiohs '--'yon,-; the' guerrillas 'and Yin-.  Y ./ i/coherent ly '��������� begging us; to /save hisi little  f"...Jaijiielihe.; -'///'yy/y'������������������-.,���������..���������'''���������'.y'y .. ''yyyTyy'y  "..y{, 'y'Aysiirgeon!',yIvcned,to't!ie:, troopers^  ,- y who were sitting on their Horses look-  ;���������';-,:,,lng "bn/i.'-.ySoiii^. one7 go;for: a, siirgoon. "yy  ;:; ������������������.-'."I'tlili'   (piickr'  saidy tlie .'-''.'.captain -in  coiiiinniiil.; tiiriiiiiy to llie iiinn; nearcsi.;  "liiiii; ;"and'������������������bring;fi';doctor atid a coii-  1 .iyeyaiice;fronV the town." Tlieiiytp'an-  y y oflicer:'ylaciitenant';'-'foliow those :me.n,  > iind don't cpiiie back, till you have cap-  ',,' tii red every one of theui.' Take 20 nieu  ;ii y'wltliy the best; horses. , VVitb, freshy  yy'nioinits youycniiiruii; theni;a 11 "'down."'?;.;  y;A yiiiam'ilasli'ed^.off-itdwaVd-i the-ytpwn'"  ���������a lid' 20' iiidre a f ter the ret rca t big gtier-  /7 rinasyy Jaok-iday''wyitli Tier'  head - on  'i: Helen's shoulder, her .eyes closed; ber  y-face; white as a'cloth;'we all aliout ber,  dreading, every nioiiieiit that; the life-  ���������; bloodywould  ruti out.;/yT^rcsciiily she  opened her. eyes/ looked about her, then  ;���������,'.;, fainted :away.y/-y.:yy;,"k;/'i-'./;-/Tyyyyy  /.;/ '.'Qli,7myGodl'ycrled Reauinoiit;y"sbd's  .y'y gone!"'y/,yyy y'yy ������������������';...;;.;; .yy/yyi^iyy;:.;'*  y "Keep :.:off,":i'crip'd! Helen; "a iui 'J gi ve  /���������:;,her' air.''.:;y:-yyyy; ,;y'.// ;':yy'y1.iy<;';i';7'y'''.y-.yyy  ���������/.   :'.'Jnck,". cried, Buck, .terrified nt hor,.  '/���������glinstlyyappearniw/^'wakeup!"/*      ���������;'  y yii'.]',ywituia,soldier'siknowledge pfy thei  :f';'t'hirstf pf.itri^.wotindedV^  ; ynwaylnyaUiiint <prr;wfiier; /ly fotuidia  ���������iyii'ywid.l.ilnt'ajy'ard^.h'.Uii^  'town and,,drawing' the; staple to- the  ch.-i in t lint  helil n tin cup.i bt-oiiglity a  ''"���������plentiful supply. Helen was st ill slip-;  porting-her cousin.  /Buck was striding  alio lit'nervously, ivi.tli his hands: thrust  i down1'into his. pockets, whih.* Captain ,  Beaumont was kneeling', his eyes| peer-  lug iiitir.Iack's as thbiigli by bis gaze  he woiildi hold -the life 'that he dreaded  ,-.. was ebbing away.'.T sprinkled water  in her t:;ice,"and she opened ber eyes,  looking about lier lis if unable to'under- '  i stanil her.surroundings.,.y. .";;-.''.;':y'ii'"/.���������:.  ��������� ;/ 'AViiat's tlio miitiei-?;' ,.-'   ii y  y. Curiously enough, the words were the  sa liie a s t hose I had llr'st hea rd - her uli-  ������������������������������������.' "I -will, by tliunder'!!; y. /     ';;-,'-,-;  ::.i-f "Goodby, little six3/' r snl<il to Jack,  sb'en ding down and '/kissing, her ion the  i forbhead...-'-'oiyy.,:';'''-.-"'   ���������.,'. y;i;/..'" /��������� -.''/iyi,  ;;-'.':"Where yo'yigoing?":/;.-TT-'y'<������������������ -'::'  i ''];V/;Oh;7I'nivgoiiig a\vay.''-'/:i/     y"  i  'ilelen's,eyes were gleaining. /"Where  a re i you' going?" /she; asked, repealing  Jack's /question, though7 in. ay different;  .���������tone, "'.yy;', .,:Ty  T ���������������������������'-���������;���������'-,',; : ;-.-'���������, ..y:''y'.y-'  ���������'-. 1 liad niaiiaged tp keep iny connection  ���������with the-Union ai'iny'.thus f.nr a secret.  XoW'.I knew t'hercwas iio need to keep  .it longer.'-; ,'. .>-";/:'''���������'/'���������-'   ."' 'y-''':'-���������''���������'-  "To,,tlie Federal/arin.v, M'here I be-  ;dpiig.":'':-f|y7-':',i'y-';-:'-- yy, 'iy'7'1'7,"/- ;";':   ~;'-:TTTl,  yThe mule agony ';oii, Helen's faccHold  what hiyillseiosure had cost her. 'Extending  my  ariiis,' I 'crlpd bue;/\vord,-:  ��������� "Swoetbeiiri!^-; ���������,'.,;, yy '���������". ���������'���������;. ;,,/..',.��������� ":7i./':i; y���������'  : '']ienpgaide!"/she7his������ed. yy./i    ���������.-  . yi "Helen, dear lovOyheaiviiie." '���������, //.ii'yi  i'i She' turned"ber. ba'ck" upon ;nie and  swopt'otit���������"pf,'.t'ie':'rooiii. ,i'i     /.,'..'  ���������-, '���������'���������"'.;'���������  \  " I like J'P1 cfyo'tire a Vankee," Jack  'cricdiafter..iiie..;,  >,���������/..-.';';/��������� . y : Sy  y Iileft-thei hot ebymy.bra ill Ini'eiiiiiiult.  Cpniiiig.up/tbpf'oadywas/a (1111.1o��������� knot'  of ti-oopci'S' surrounding iiiii?-guerrillas;  w li o ni: th ey1;; li a d: ;��������� iin i"d o w n a ii d cap l u r-;  ed. yi A   fOAyy'hours ago  11. would / ha ve,  e>ied out \\dtiiideligIit.'/Now,lhey6iwere  no, moretb ine .tha'iril'yl sii w tlieii] '-luiix;  'drea'tii'.".'.'.':. ,'.���������'���������'.���������-.---���������--.;"..'    "TyT.-TT-yT /ii. ;'/./7.:'i  ac-  100, IL:  .-i.^o.Ol),  .y^tyX)  ;$.  .'.fi'.o, tii."'!."-,.  ������������������'/������������������������������������   -oR ...   '  -,,2.'U0'  T2M  "Mars', 't'sr/oodfo''ilccvcs-O'scc'yo',':''iii-  ���������.:������������������/;��������� tci'nyj/ca'Gl/i/jcrcHt/i'us/a^/eaily..,,/:  Since I got;back' after Ti'srhtin g'rillas  :-liko"-y;,;,;:..' %T''y'TyTy -!���������.:.'/'���������- i'y/y ������  ;-y"JIarsT,. Ts /good; fo' do eyes f see  'TO',".' inl-ernipled Ginger'cntU'iislasti-cal-'  ;li'..'-'."'./:.;-:/y;;y>:,'."' :/,y;-- iy,-/i'ii''yi/"'''y:.'''::y,;'y\i':  ���������//"After figblin gorillas liko.aymau"���������) i  ';��������� ''What!; Mr.���������Bi'-anderstaue, and In the  uniform of ai'Federal pflicer !'���������:���������;/// y'y. '  yltwns.'^rr./Sinnfoi'th.'yi'ile looked-at  mojsurpriged, then, put"but,Idsyhaiid..  But Ial waysisu'specfed the .old mau'to;  be..at'-.heartya-UuioiiisL': -yi':; yi; ':���������'-'/��������� - :/���������  yi i/yyi'y'/ (T<? .1'������ ;COn till tl.(/(L):y; ;y'"'i/yy,'1  iTliKl  r /'���������;]Iay,:,]'-'C-i';,.'t,bn,*���������-t'iinbt-b;.  ���������>!������������������ i Shorts, ',.././,/ .'.. ���������,.;,;./.';.  iiyiBraiLi .'���������y'T-'y ��������� '^yyT'.  ' HuGxuyy ' ���������������������������   i> 'Sugar;,,per  Ykgctai.i.ks.' '- /���������-������������������-.:'- :,; , .''���������''/,  -, Ijc-ets. per7 lb;;/.i,;-.i...."/.//..':  V'Jkitaroes, per 100. lbs;..'.-'/  ���������.' ;.;q'iiiV.>i.-iT--.(*(-Vo.i- lOp';---.]!.;^-.-;|;..i',.V  ���������"-,- CalilMi^e/l'ierib:''/;'.:,���������/.;'..;.;,.  '���������',; /Carrots; ii'i^r JOOU-s^y. /.;'. ���������  i/./Tu'rni'j'is, per lOO'lbs/y. y/y.  FA]:M:il',i;bll,l/(.:lC;i       -' ////iy/.:';  . i tvggs, fier doz.,..',.iiew laid .//,  ������������������^Ci\^,ey;^y;y..yTyl..y:yy.c  / ''Biilier (Ci-eamery),/i>er,ll������  ���������-,':-'Jii'it'ter''(.l)i'i'b'.v).''jieiy Ui;/.yy  :':. Cbeese,/].ii;i/.!!>...-,'..'. X'T'.Z'T. ���������  i;L;(i;di ji'er'-.tb.'���������/'."./'; .";y y//,.!  .AI.'l;:A'l''.^' y-;/;/.;../;y%,������������������-;,/''���������;';'-;'���������  ;/ lieef, per \\y.'y .''/A;/.; .-.'/.'i;  ,''"Mii( i-ob; pe'r'il������;i ,-,';,\;. yy...  ;.,','Vea,I,/per lb.', ,,','.'.'.���������> .'i-i^/-:  :,., 'L'ai'i 11,', ypoiy 1 I.i /-.,../'/';/ 'T'yT.  ;;'. 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Iltd.  i0;Mm$:i������kiB0A^^  ;;/ ' (IHini'igysl'asoiiyof'Jnifb^vatek); ,y-v  j' /; ;iiL(:aviVKiglii';-/\iilc;La nil ilig'each'   ':  i:-Tl' LSI )AYTAMy-:i-M IDA Y y,,t (5 *'i.tii.  j/,..-;     .���������:'--,",-;Ti,;iA'iv'J'ia Pbi'le eacli//:  r'l-UlvSiDAV. iA:NI)/'K.IM DAiViiit  pair.  yy;-/"/,' 7:/"/"CnAPTI':it7X-NII.y;';/y'yySyy  ,'./'": ,:V,;,vy/,/.ifUNTixaiiuG',GA'jiij.'V������/y''i/.ii:y/,;':  IVT'was; the/iiioruiiig of /tiie fith/of  ii April,'.y',-iSt52.'.;..-,; 1-was-"heiiring- the  i ? spot/1 been pied: a tithe/open ing; of:  .,,, yiiniy story,yWherei(beybiisbwhacker  iiad/spugiit tp/killy iiie,/:tlibugh;/tb(.'ii,, I;  was alotie,, M'lulo iiow, I/was/witii/an'  advancing firiiiy;;/ Fi vc/.l'iii 'iid red ca val--  i-y./adiyisibn/of itifatilry aiid several  i'batteiyies iofi artil!ery::vyere.yhui'ryuig1  dowu /the /road'Upward i the ���������, beaut if ul  I city of II u ii ts v i I le,.-! y I ng. -1 ra n n u i I "a n d'  'iiiisuspectingrfi'few in lies, bplowl;:-^IMie;  upper-pdge/bf. tlie:4iuiyi\vas ipeei'ing  above they hpri/.oil,'; gilding (lieycrest of,  the,foothills of: 11 i6 |lln16aii;6ii the easL,  thetrceito'psiaiidlheyroofs of the neighboring yhp^isCsiy'l'iie,lib wers,yWbic|i a  forlnight- before'������������������i\verpi opening, ywore  now/in 'full/bioom,;/^yi)ey,!ooked: iii up-;  c'eiitl.y'-.'fronii 'llie';: gardens ' beside -.the;,  roa d,, t h ey, lea tieilj I ov i ii gl y iya ga i ii s t 'the  pillai's/pfthe/v'eraiiibis.anil, froiii' vliics\  trailingyoyerfcaiseiiVe'nls :'tl'i'py..-s'iiiilocb'at'';  thoyrisiug; - j?.ii, n i'-^Jvi" ��������� i'l! cf;" t liei -, L) rorj Ui Y.Jb'fv  iiiOi'uii]giwas!adch,;\vitli';theirr|)ci'fiiine./  was; the ^general's nui-pqsii/itoi stir-'  HOSPiTAL  y  ��������� twbi/H'-ilate's; bf-regular'saillngiwlieivuver  busiiiessiij!l'b('edi^v;ti'.i-aiiis saii)e.'i;i.i/yyi  FailecI to'BenefityMrsiiJofm-Ppit^r.  -���������������������������;-^T&ifa  But yDriyyAV^IIiains' .Tiiik. 'iPiljs tlure I  ';/ -, irior,"aiid Slio: is Xo\\?iEilioviii^p-"��������� *  TTT: /':( Ylie Best cif ��������� JI eal t-hVi'';-:/-'; ���������;'���������/'  Amijci-i  Pl'UgSinpkih^'Tqliacc'b'  itsym'ci'itff'ij,;;/'���������.' y./-/";', ',-  . Have vou 't!-ied':i''t.?:''":i[-/ ':7;';:i-y.;  'T if'-Biive'^ 'yi-the/'yT;i'c?y'';t]iev-'':i:aiix)-  .yaluable:,,^y-;/i/:v;;i/'//;������/;i./.^^  :/:'yTlie  ycban'g  'otit.nolice.  .C.ij'ri-mji'jiy ^  iiiiieyaiid/davs  reserve  oi  (lie rii  ���������:'t'tiiliiig  lit/to  with-  Ai.  -FGKSI.Ay}  ���������:*y.',''/"]\I  ;l),;,y.,y  is^ei-.;  :WT  -AiOUV'Tz  ���������;  l'urser.  It  wheii,; vi'oundei],-' I ireclined  on  *' ..,     -' .v. c-:'-    -I : ��������� '���������-.  ..',.;.,tj5r    , sofaat her lioiiic'.  iy7'T-Ypu're hurt,1 Jack.'i said lleleu.       ,.  ,   - "Am I going, (o die?"   /'/'/.'  - "Oh, no, dear.;' I 1'pPP not.",:^.; yii :���������.  .'. i, ^'p'oii't 'die," said Beaumont In a'bro-V  ken voice/'"Don't lea veinc.   I couldn't  .    bearyit.!!.       ;.,/ / ��������� ���������, -. -,,;      . :���������-',-���������.  '//'., She' looked- up i u to li is facesadly. '"I  iy jifive.bccu'i'aypad igirl/tp'yp',' eaptiiin'.  /���������"yJ^orgiye'incJ", yy,'''}- -ii.������������������������������������Ay "...'-"-";���������  -"Forgive you? Move eveu your harsh  ' words." ���������",- 'yy/:,;'.;/-/"���������'.��������� ''!''.'.-''.'���������,'���������''(-'-.y'/i ���������':'i'-; ���������',-"  "-V    "Oii, Helen," she said; "I hoped won't  ^#'''y.:':;^y-  y"'-.'"/.���������;'������������������: ,''-''7;;:.;'/  .'���������'   '"You-wonU, surely, Jack."   //'',-' "'  ;/    "Because |f���������I do IV:can't .'dauceV-.an'y (  mo' fo' llie colored, people.   Who'll lpok  ���������   but fo' 'em, Helen?   Papa's away, aiid  no one else cares fo' 'em as lie and,!  '���������.iio.'*..���������:-.>'������������������ ���������'���������.'.'"���������  'yT'yy yT.TT,-y   :  ,  ''^They'll ��������� have  you ��������� with /thorn   for  many linear, Jack.!' ���������"..-     i   /������������������������������������',../���������  ;''���������-;.I; Aii/open 'wagonyiippeared in (bo road  ,.;iind 'drove tip beside us.   A doctor with  it satchel in liis hand'gbt down and ap-  :'��������� broached JiKpiellne.    f\laklng'.a -hasty.  ['xaiiilnation: of  the  wound,   lie/ ban-  'daged liv'lb'eu tohltts.fo lift hor into  'the ���������vtlifcld.'-iTfio seals, except tbp froni  ;  b'ne.Miiid becrt'l'enioyed'and tli'ell; cusli-  '  Ions Weed' oil tj.e' bblfoiu.1  Some o'C  -  ihe cavalrymen '..tossed -Iii'1 (heii-/bin n1-  )-:e'(s,' "aiid  I  snioothed  llieui over' tb'q  cliis|ilp'iis; m'ak"lng a eoinparaUvcly coin-'  fortabic'bed.'' Wo placed Illtle'Jaek tit)-  , oii 'It.'   Helen (jut Iii. wilh hor, and, tlio  rest of us walkl'ng"beside,' (lie c-avalcj?  acting as escort, vyo bore her,to tho  '('own anil-lodged her In a room' in tho  main/hotel of tho place. :  .'. ���������   ^Vo found the (own agog witli np^vfj.  of the- first day's battle- at Pittsbui'g  i'.'niHling. and n'new lliqt iny genera j  would hold himself I'eady to co-operato,  I determined to join my -command afc  once.   Having been assured that Jack's  wound  would  not prove fatal,  I. arranged for the (railspot'lallpn of the  parly as soon as,she could be moved,  (hen gathered my liltle force iii heirdom nnd'announced iny intended departure.  -���������������������������: "I.inusl nbwbld farewell," I said, "lo  niy little army, every one of whom has  become dearer (o ine (lian life."  "JAlio General George Washingloii," -  Pilifl I'Upk,."sa'yln farewell lo his oss;i-  j'ers.,' Tlii.'1'u' is a picture of it diitny  American Hchool history."  /"Goodby, Buck.' Itemeniber (b gel a  book,and pencil mid break yourself of  -.'the'lioWt of saylug klki words."  /prise/the,city,'capt lire the railroadi-ma^i  ���������yellineisl^opsinnd/t'lic/rolling/slock :C0ii-:  ./ceiil.rated -there, 'tlioii;yinnl;b;; up;,trains  ���������*;'ln clcn'i'". w i t i.V^;.: l'r6oij's,;i-vsc.i z6--'"-\a'.r.; li i l ii d red  iiiiles iofi (iio :Memphis' and; Ghariestbm  /railroad/oil7; eit'heryhahd.i/tiiiis/yoiieiijiig  /coiiiniuiiicatioli/'Witli-tlie-arniyyat/Pitts-.  biii ig. ��������� La ii d i fig 6ii 111e -i wes t; a nd iia v iiig  iytbe .wayi.fpr .futurbi'opera(jp'iis -in/easf  Ton iicsseo.yoiiy,. Ilieii easl., i/Tla?: /en einy,  ��������� ihiist'not beygiveii ntiiiiG; (p inoyc? troops  to protect;-the, cily.'Tbr;even should we  defeat,; them/they Avoiiiil/ destroy/ llie  shops/and run .'pit l lie: rolling..stock'.'.--A II  depended :pn;.coler'lty. aiid.secrecy. //���������'-���������������������������-���������,  The evpiiingybel'orc we, had bivouacked toil iii.ilcs: north -of (lie. cii.v. , Qur-  scotils permit led no. .one, to go south ol;  ins, enfolding'all (hey met in order that;  iio news. of our. approach'-ycould. reach  the'Place we.liotied to surprise.   Two  -��������� .... <-. - ��������� ,-��������� ���������,',������������������.������������������     ....      ../���������..���������������������������-  .hours before,, dawn the .coinniandywna  aroused���������iiot by the life' or, tho bugle,  but by  ��������� march   was/ .i;psuin"e<j   wipi  . save .the:i (read iof men'and  tboyruiiible of arlillei'y.i, AVitliiii ayliew  ''liiilcs.-oC.thc .cit.v-.delachihents.oC'i'iiotiiit-  ;/ It./is-'ho.'.uncommon occurence';for  D r. -���������'��������� ;\\ril 1 ianis' .'���������;T i n k; ���������:;. 1/i life/ tp res toi'-.d  SiitVerers/": to/bea^th-afteri.doclbrs," /and  ceveii;/;(-he;>l.iost-/of hpspiiitl-fytreat-ii-ieiit,  ibayc y fiiilcd.to benebL;''them;;/;A'nibn,g  ;'thpseywlip/hay6f:been/beiielitc,d/inithis  ;Svay Is iMrs. Jbliii'il'pttci'V ;i.hi(.l\-'; well  -known/i n VV'pl land port, Ci) lib/ Bfieijk i tig  'abbut'y/hei/iihjcss toy ii-ireportery/yMrs:  il'ottiei'. said:,'"Abdiifc i--Iircc:'-ypa,i-s"'iigb(  Ijviis grpatlyyrun/down.iyiViy'yiipperite;  '���������waS/popr.l'-yl'/siitiVji'ed/'.'J"^  "acbes/i'aivdipairii bit ion! of itlie/!ieart;:I;  y\yas,j ��������� y,ei'y,.i'-'weh ls/:;:l'J\'i"Kl-ii-l i iui -^vvycqn st'a'n't'  feeling,pLweariiiess -wliicli/no aiyliount  of ��������� sle^i);':'cbuId byerebnie' y/yi-A t -ynigbti ii  perspired rreelyyaiKl::;woiii'di;walceiip/]n,  ' t;.!1*-!",- 'i: Vi? pi" '"> i'<i s'i'-i-!.1'*-'- lV: yci'y.. eiu oebied? iiori -i  'ditib'n.'b/'.Tp-^  troubicnJCeanie,/ai'gra\;a'tcd '\Vyitliy t'.Ho'sei  i a i l,m en t s -so/'; com ni oil-; t o - iiiy sexv-;";!'  i-'-.wiis'-rahlictcd^^  i.'were tli'ey,it-li'at iaithough :'at |]iflprpnt  - times I hiuV treaibiont/"of/n vp doctors  theyfiijjed -.-to cure -mo, ������������������;: litlieny \venl-  to 'ytbe.hospitaj.iin.Jlaniiltpni^andyai-'  tyiiougb I received/ tbe.best trca.tuient;'  that,/ con Id,, bo yi veiii there. I was; not  ..benefited.' d. returned home' very  much /discouraged., and it:."was' their  -I decided; that t   wwild try- ii)r;AVni-  'jams'. Link Fills,��������� yl /got a supply audi  'began; taking t-liem^.ftn'tl- lp,: iiiy. great  gi'a tilicat ion . they-soon' began to hei p  ,-iiie, aiid ..u'nder.their coiil iinied use'Piy,  aiipctilb/retyurned.  ,fbe/headaches and  violent ������������������'palpitation ' of/the h:6ai,t,,'"d'is-.'!  .'si Plica red ,my weight increii sod, aiid all:  ;'-.- AVe can s.iip|)iy"ybii with ay ibi-st/classj  loose- ledgei'yiSystpni .Avbicbyisyylicl l.e,i/j  tliaiiyibbseiyyou iseiid  i.'jibL  only li ytbii'd  of-,, t.liti-i. pt-ico;T  hobic ipdusti'v andysojidius yiiui-'Oid!']-^,  'd.*  iui'/Ippse  l'f;  tbei'el'O'iv-;'";/ y7/;i- ��������� / :'/-/,,';"���������'/'���������-��������� '���������' '.y;y'/i;i/y./'.i;  -/"Sample's'iiiid prices ion ii ni ilii'.-it'ib.'i'i'.''  :.'.''-.'':'������y.:/;^.'''':'y.y-.y/-y-'.:.;i^'/yV'i :,-"/.-  i7-7 yyy'yyTyWil'lAs.OOTENAY;A1AIL/  :'���������'���������;���������'��������� y,y;fy)T":"/���������:'"''.'.''.T;y." ���������;- ���������'Revelstoke  ;9pBAf STEAMSHIPS:  -7;:71/-'���������/;,i;i.y. -Royal Mail JAncs^T x ;;/���������.-.;;/;;;  y Cheapest-Roiite to the bid Country;/7:/  I'.'.i. yi'. ,),;;ri'i '���������''<'���������'" ������������������'' ;-'-'\I-.l-.-ViN' LlXK-l-i-dni Mo'nti'cal,   : ,'���������.'������������������/':  ,, y./'z.    : j Tunisiiui   /'- ���������.-���������..-���������,,.���������.,.-���������./���������,-,���������..���������,,,   -:,,'-;:.Inly Iil  .L.,-iti;oni/.e/|-|?i-i't(,|-|-irtii'.ii '- ,- '."������������������/-��������� -:'--;/y-'/.yi-;,/;-'���������;���������';/,:.."   ai  N'lllllidcitlV."..   '<]��������� ���������'.'/'.'-���������"I" /-/y-./j/y'i'ii. - i/'Auu. 2  :y/yi)OAiiN.U)N:i;iNK-Fi'aiii'jI(>nti1iiul7 '  .y  -'tt^^  '/;;Ma!i)V.:bcIieye;'th^  ruture; ^ Hi an ti n)':-n i i n i iig>' c; un p !,j n t Jl c: yXN'est^: -/y -.y/i  0'Pg'  ThbsBvvylipiafc.yvvM a';/t-godid  /are g/et t i ng; i n ��������� o iii. th e /G rb li nel' I- loc)i"  ers'-aiid/ifcouisiu-s  n.>oriiiifip:ii!/i'Qy  l-'i-oni., I 'oi/t hi nil.  '.(y.iiit'oi-iiiiui  I'olunii'm ;./  i yM^'-.T  .';.l.iii;v:12:^  ; y-V'ig:i.:!/  ;/yyiSpnie;yb'fydic  /;S!!ap|3etlrup;ft/yDon-t-y^  ���������bee iii  '���������,flK,\ VKltvhlXK-li-rbiii MOntrivil.7  .|;l/.i-U-i:3!(i.iiiiyiiIi:i(,,r.  j 1-iiktj .tloLcaiui'i-:���������''���������-.  i.aki:'Qliani])laiii::!  'Jiiikc Ontario.:,-: ':  '.liily-'lpij  .'���������-���������-. 21 j  /Alii;.;  f;i; Saiiitaiyi Pliimbing, Hot  iitii/iiWater,y&/Stcaiir:H  iSee6ndyStr0et*e:iK^  yPaswiifroro'tickelod''-tlii-oii'sli'��������� to all .*>,-��������� rls. of  pi-cnrUritiiin iind li-cliuid.aiiii at'siioviiilly/low'  i-cilit-s loiallypiirts fif 'llioiKiii-oiioanyconlincnl..  iVpply. to nearest. i-iiil\\yayoi-.-stc-aiiisliiiii ugiiiityor  T./W.')BR.ADSHAW,  '^will/Makei  )i'y'MMyUi:yTy  Tqmsim ffl$&  >H.yS.y WALLACE,yMANAGERy  C  ;.;,Opposite Hotel ,Vancpuver,  /"MISS E.   RiGHARbS/yPi-incipai.  .'.Sliorlliaiul,Tyi'ieivi-itbij;; n.ot)kl;tcpinir./Ti-l,e-  Srapliy- and Arciliitcclili-i;,( i)i,awiiiig..f'(ji'ii(lii-.  atcs I'l-onil.liiScolleKi.- soi.-in-ubesl a|)poiiitnii:nis.  Inclusive terms -for- boarders Sod per ���������mo'jil-li.,,,' /.  -l.-'oi- lii/si-elass lealliei- Wi'i.ii/  ',������  w'hi.sperin^r QlljQer.-i.���������aialy tbui (lie troiiblestbat/liad-niiHle"my /life/So  "-1' ���������-'"���������"���������.ho . sound /miserable: vani&'lied.'y-J-t will giveiiiie juintii^v Colmnhia A^nis- for:  loi'scs-iiiid ! great ..ii'leasure  if iny exp'criene'e' will' -'.penetang" rfoio-uoiitiioi-,'  -'--���������������������������     ���������    * ";,-���������������������������.   .   j licetPieces.''-. ������������������'"..-  :: ...   ��������� ,-' ���������'  l-nesl- i-y-nai-iH-ssLcailiers/Jli-idie/^addie/andSkivi-!  bene-  I I  leu  till.  spnie otlier..'..sufl'crcr/to. try',  ,; as lain -sure.tbevwilllie  pPERIAL'iLIIVIiTED  -Gayrics-, nll/yGlasses of  ;811 Hours to Montreal;  /,THis.liiiish/is iiib.ie- popular/.this  \:ii;ari than ;ii:^-^^^"^^^"  ;eVei",/;;cUid/]ias .ivypn  y-:pretitY/tinits;,;iaindU  /-'a])pl.)M|-igv-'''-/'i/--/y,::/'--y1:::'-'fA':-:^i-  i, -;,/i/ii -��������� / Pi.i t:/(tip -y in: yi^v/y Ijeau t i f"n].' shad es :i v;ind "i A V? Jl f ts.^ i/i 7y ii' .  '?yAsk ydtir dealeri'fp'r-;;a;;<iG^loir^carcl; ;Dr:::;.gehclridirect,-.tip'/i;^:;^  ....... .r/"';MeFeet^;:;7-'i&ii^o^  "::</./ i /'ii- Wil Ql'iES ALE/* iyKKTAILAliCKCIiANfev "y\y ���������*>'y/;i;;/i"  122 iCor^doya Street ���������-,>���������;��������� -   y y Vancouver, i B.C.     : l  Vaiicouyer, B, C  /l.lie eelelii-al.edy  Cnl Soles.ami.  11  ;cd iiieii,:aniied viyith,telegraph ycuttbigi  yrtiid .track tearing implements, .dashed j  ;to tiie left and .to tlie right to prevent  the .enemy/from sending for troops or j  ;rutining. off 'the rolling'stock.'.:-T������Vsi.'^j.  otlier, dbtacliiiion't.'wliieli y rbde'anioiig  I he "li d v'aii cc col ti m lis' iya s v assigned' -tiie  diiiy-'of seizing.(he tekvgi'aph.ollice.1 '���������������������������-  . /,pboiu-!' /":,' vy'";"^-y 'YK-y  i.:''.7i;'.:  ... Ilark, a gun! It/cpnics fi-oinytho eastward, iiot lialf a/iiiile distant, where j  tho   railroad   runs7 parallel ''witli  pike...  Artillery is drl.vlng back 'a'  lilted.-;.'.. ��������� ������������������   ," /    / --.-,;������������������  :/i'r;AVi!!iains' I'itik Pil  valuable���������'���������--,to" b|itli,,men  .'I'bev ���������-:. clirei'heuni.atisiii.  Is ure.equally  and iwoiiien.  sciatica' kid  ney liotildo. iieiirdlgia. cbii^uniptioii;  heart ailments; fciiiivle'weakness, an,d j  restore,!he glow of lioaltli to balp'a.n:d.|  sallow checks;,/ There arejiiapy iiniri  tatioiir'of litis great niediciiie andy'tb'e |  piirchasoi/should aiwavs'/see- that 'the j  ' f.uii'iname; /:Dr. V\'illiams'/iPink: Pills'  thej for, Pale Leople.'' is oily (be   wrapper!  ooo-Yarouiul ������������������ evci'v/Jibx.."' Sold,   bv alli-incd- I  per Lunll'iei-s of all kinds.  ^liiiiiifnutiirci'.s- of - Closed   .L'ppi-rs   of:    all  descriptions.//       ./;..;. ������������������'.' :".'/- /'yy'      /',"  ,.   .Slioqiiiakei'-s'.l'odls !iiiil:"i'tii(Ii'ni;>i,-,.Sii(lillei-i'..  Ilai-dwiire. Hides and Oils.:      /  y   iv-      .-',-/  ���������; 'l'ivollioiisandyl)eei-skin^.V\iaiit.(:d.       ."���������...  ��������� :.- Cninlo^iies aiid)ii-ie(:, lists nil application.   -  TOUR  iPAl-li-  .OIIOXTO  ]jOST()X y  MUUIaVi  I'asceiiyet'S.  ���������Cm iSERVICE.  ���������,/";-i.ii;;i-7;i^'-;-:7DaiIy  i -'--'- ',-! ���������-'-������������������' ':    : 'y- /��������� ��������� "  P  uesdays/ifeiSaturdays.."  '-/:'.-/ /Thursdays,  ylaihited)  \Vii!'dncsdavs;.''iv;;yl.iirb:lavf;''r'  | Moxyn;i-:;.'w. (yi;r;.'Iniperia  'Ui:ipy0B.eaut/\  ifure.s?i:-ii  iic/yFiii; full jiibii-iimtiou and [iarticiil;  ''iU1i'l'y-':,!b.vneares(iageii't;'--' "-..'/-. ,'; ;i".y  ''Lyl'.-iXiyLE,./0  ; /'A/lLliVA.,:-7..'.  .Ar:\Nyii:()U\'i-:i!,  \V. lUvAUSIIAVV  .'���������'.': i:. Agbn'L'-y '���������:  i  Iii-:A'!*)L^l'l)lx-I';;'  f^ii  mii  !^^/-'  Sl~1r���������iy:'  Comfortable^  :.\re mailC-iibssibleiiwit.hput grliiit.:-exjienarey' bp  ebbp^iiigy'froniioiii- ��������� liii-ge iiiul - varied, stock,'  Gfildeii 'iind, -Flemish/-Oak   FurnitiiKe.yGross-  cy's-Superb^Carpectsansl'Kiig-.. ������cdtel) 'and';  l>nglishi Liniiileumsabe to/iffliTobvd.    Silver-'  - wajreit hat, wears���������"ISiTKogei/BM  S.w'ss;an(l .English,Lace.'.G'ii'rt'.-i'ini>  Frene!  :/..i;Lai'ge :���������llhi;'ti-ated'.  :.free of:'Ciiii,rge. y.T.'T-.  ��������� Gii.taUi^tie'.'-i-'t'-'y^rtr'iiiilc.*---  Furnisliers W all. Qlasses.:^'^^   i^  Tl  MAii/Ollice.  : everj-  such'.  inofii; j  near;  mo ti ve. < 'fhe iron nio.nslei" sbriek.s like  ispnio/wild beast that Iiiis met'.its dealh  wound.   -.,/.:��������� "'���������'-���������,"..;���������  T:'���������-,'��������������������������� '-��������� ���������, ,i'i y'y  '-.-''. jioon'ij.."...-.-'''���������' .-::' ',',' ,i: '���������/���������..'.'        ' -:  More whistlesiall along the track far'  down to' the -'south',-, j-'arying iii distin'ct-  jiess froni a neat', loju|i.'ery. to a dislanti  faint liioau. -'This i Is77 lino iuniiing���������  ''si.'illcing locoiiiotivpfi wiih eaniion.,. ilJid  .liny .South 'African.' sportsman  (jti'ike'.such /gaine/br' hii'nt '..wilh  guns'?    "y-",   '   .' ,''''/ ;'���������   "���������" lioo'in/bpijiii, r.booiii!".' Mir and  : t liie; shot ted giiiis speak;' fa r and  t|io nietiil, nioiistei'S cry oui.in iorrot'., -:  I'.ooin!:,, - '��������� -y,' '���������'. ' ���������' ���������' : ...[. T '���������  All'ai'O bagged, except olio more dar-1  big! ha'n the -refit, which runs the gant-i  let of artillery and wllli a round shot;:  iiylng .through ;ils cab, speeds out oi!;,  range. '   ' y '������������������ ''/' '/���������''      -   " ' -i 'i!  Meanwhile sashes In llie'bouses'iiloii  (1  'J  the cause of tbi) .coiiiinotloii.   As.:guti3 ; j^.   .,';'.-.  boon), 'whistles sliriclcand cavalry clai*: P Pj]{Q  let' iilong ..the road,,i'piiowed by ln'civ ���������L1v1.1 m  ''rapidly, .inarching and ardllei'y horses /  briskly 'dragging  (lie ,guns,   ninny  a/'  citizen who the night before had gone,;  to sleep nbiydreaniing of a foe.looks/  upon  the   passing  arined   throng, lis- y  lens totbb sound .of the cannon and/  Iiii; shrieks of (he engines and wonders'. -  if pandeiiionluuiv,]i!!S conic.  1 am drawing near the StanforthsY  There is Iho house, wilh its.broad ve-'  I'diidas iind its peak roof. A knot of poo-  ,  pie are al the front .gale, but I am yet i  (on far to see who (hey are. '��������� Now ���������{;  can   distinguish   'the   turbancd 'Lib,  There is a boy perched on ono of tho  gale posts.   It Is Luck.   That girl, tall  'and  slender,   Is surely, Helen.    As  I  di;n.\������iteu.rvr | cuu see'Glut'civbjs.lii'oad  iciiiedeajeis or seint-by niail post paid; >vAA  at;")0 cents; :i box or six boxes' for $'2.50 j  liy wiititig'direct- to,,the yl)r.y.\Villj:i|iis'/|  AicdicineGb.. l!i'ockvilb-;;Ont.   :'// '���������' !  icn "Hib^em.-'C.  to t.  ie  KO'Q  RELIABLE  '   i :,  ."  AGENTS  :ED  MAIL and get tiie tcii pictures!  Which'WC Ot'l'L' >��������� :i S 'il li rill li (*.l ii. to- !���������"' n'<- 'Wii'it' alioiin- i-niKtuiorlliy lirim ��������� "n iiii  -.'rc'ilifn.-H'iilr'-tl'.i. ���������Wi-'ibl-ii- F,,,w. i'lvl^ : weni'-n in.cycry Inenlily; Ineal pi- travelling, In  gelllCl   \> ll/N,-.thC    \\ CCk-.IV    l( iee-.-l )OS : Jiili-oipn-i'a ii..-\v,lfer.uri-i-y..anir l:e,-|i our show  ......... ,    . . for a wear oir receiiit of $'2.1~>. / Ad-': l,i",li:;llll|; n'lyerfiMii-nibiiei-.iacked npyn  ��������� ���������-.   y,-.-y ,.--..������-;   ,     .~-u :������������������.���������������      -..p.  ������������������   ���������   y  -.  ������������������ .',,���������,���������   ������������������   / -.-      ,     . .yai-pitaions. plnei's lliidiiKlinal.- II,e Idwii and  .,.,��������������������������� ..:".:.'.'..',. ;���������    .:,>'."������������������.���������/.���������' ���������-���������   ���������,���������;������������������  ������������������'������������������'. ���������'-, ���������-������������������'��������� i urO.-iS / -... -���������/...:   ...-  '-��������� ...; -. . ,/eoiialry.y _r~i.rr.-nly ., liinplujaielil.  yeiii-   ronnd:  Get your Job PrintiiK'tlonaat the -I,'"   " ���������' .- .  - ��������� ''       -     ;, ''imu.iissinit .>>r -!!iiio-.v, $c;; per Month and  ' ��������� Iwt]>C!lHCS.,j|i>l.lrir!\i.'e(.'(l,j!2..;iilpi*i-il,-iv.:/. '  .Wi-ile I'm-pari i,-nl���������r,-i.     y.i-dslo.'lii-i.- Iin:; :i;i";.'  !n'.(.-i:ii<-itioi-.a'l r/ii-dlciiiL'-Co.   //,      Lcindo.n, O'nt.  tKOOTENAY MAIL, REVELSTOKE.  PT\ A "T"|~ K |"T~Q Trnilcni.-ii-ks; ���������  h-/'M I GIN ' I -O ' .ind Copyrish'.s  ������ '/    '���������'     bbliiined,in all countries.  .    ;   :->'���������  ROWLAND'BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney i  Sli.-(.-Iiiuili"d    pnirineei-    and   ��������� IIi-iiiikIiI.-ihiiii,  Hank  of H. X. j\. i'.iJildiiiKs. JliisliiiKS .Street.  VANCOUVER,   B.C.     "   .  A ��������� piisleai'd  will seeiin* an'''".'eaiiiff.iippcilnt,'  nienl for Uiu.m; wlio ciiniiot iVill I'iii'rhig tlio'diiy  \CiO;uthefit:A}i'^  I Analytical Chemist, .Provincial A  -'KlPilii  .i\'Ci":   fj^cv,^,v*j'*-'--5*'.yr-'--'.'--*--.'ii,'''-i^*-.  ���������;.i��������� Miadynci'viiusiiidigestiiiii aiul a getieiiil (b'i-aiig('uieut(.f (be  ll.-bad bi-ea acontbiualtoiiiu-c bu-' 1^ veins.  M.y .bluod./ beca-ni.'  Ill, Lines n,y.l()ean(|;!i,iig(-i-tsails/w(iiild be dif-eased.', Aifl(;r elitiiif.  acliaii-ifiiyd.pul, i.nvyi>(*l. (ai:.soiuidliiug;tp keep Lbeibfabin sividlin  would   t,ai<i! i( !,];��������� my yislioe^- Cor tbeinUi'ry.'t bad.   .VVbi'lunei-i|.  .vieaiiwtiiie sashes in the bouses along-_,       .        m  (he  road   are, bebig  raised,   shtiltcrs : VOOf D     ' 'ppOO-  tiling open aniP biea.ls put out to' leiirn | *"��������� ��������� '.'JUkJj-   11 UUOij  (ilMCFNliOl'r*!-;, I'i^Tr;,  ���������'���������I'oi-.Fali.'Plaiitiiig'.    " '  -.-'Clca.ii certificate, from   in  , speetor.- , '    /  CUT FLOW EPS.  AGlilCU'LTUitAL  IMLLFMLXTS,  BICF -'.Sl.'I-'l'Lilv.S,'  FKflT.HASIsLTr  FFHTlLIZERr-,  Cataloi  ;(iol(L..-, .'/,,/. /. .i;,;'; . ,..,- ...-/I,!  i-.Silvei'...',/ . '"   ,.y. y.'.'T ',-.<��������� /.';-. .; /  I Lead... ;.,;. ' -.'.;':,..//.  .;'   .;iy  j Clipper.. :.'.'     ";...;....... .   ..... .������������������  i Ci'ild anil Silver:,. ..... . . ...-.-. ., , ,  : (ipli.LySilver yal ('npjM-i- , .'���������. .:;..-  !     Ci,nli-iil assays, (.'iii.uplrf'e.ana'ly  ipres.   (,'o'als.  i-ic,  Cnuceiiji-.-ilioii   :  f Aniiilgiinialinii  test's.  i|;3!_i"I!esult.:'"of  assays   by   return  I . .-.      i    -.:'-��������� -     '.in-  j  CdliRKSIMiNDLNCFSOLlCI'l  llnlaiid  Assav-Olliei  li 'Sthtid-fjl Mirir.dy Jin-T.lcet,, :/r-?i  'Go'riorihffi.'iaii'tbRiiniiiiiua  fuiriv I  IfJ 10 IIOUHS;   Cures Kid- InllUI J  nny .'md Ulndder Troubles.  Ivainloiips   I!. 0.  jpjtOook's .'Cotton '.Boot Oompouhd'  M,V~A '���������> KiKiceiwi'ully u.ii-il .monthly liyovcr  Jtf ���������.y?.1t().0(IOI.(i(llcs. Wufo.clT.-'tilii.'il. Lni'lesank-  V >C J-y'iii'di'iiK/tl'm-forCiiok'n Collon.IUol Com-  puand,.T!ilaiiio.(iiii(T,iwnll ,Mixlurt-.i.iiillaand  linibitionnnrediiiigenius. I'l-lno, Nn. I,?! per  ,., , ���������- / bo.%1 V(i.';J,10(leK!-('(-HKl.ronK,.r,*:iperl)(ix. No,  1 MtStiS j 1 oi' J, mailed on receipt or price and two S-ceiit  fiUmp.s.    Tlio Conk Company WlndHor, Out.   SK-^Nofl,i.'iiiicl8soldiiii(ti-(ic(nnijluuilcdbynU  reuiiousiblolirugt'IstalnCauiida.--.      -  .).  - i HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  SANiTARIUIVI  ne  StKiU  M.d. HENRY, /  West tiiinster   Load.   Vancouver.  W'nvst Liugu 0.VX.V.  'I'lie inusl, e.-iinplcl.i' Hflnllli .ncsort mi  ��������� lhe isiiiilhii-li'l (il'INoi-l.li Aiii,-|-i,-ii. Him.  aO-dinid.-l sri-nery iinl-ivalleil I'm- tri-nii-  ilcur.' Hniiliii'jr. J-'i-iluiiK. Kj.-ciii-ninns,  (slail.inj; and Sli'ooliiiK. 1,'esidi-nl. I'liy-  sieiaii anil Nurse. Teli-puplii,.! cujii-  irillliiejilion Willi all parts of I),,. v,-m-],|,  two mails m-i-ivi- and deparl. evei-v dav.  I is li;-,lle. mini nil nervals ami nni'smil'ir  diseii'-,---; il- wiil--ii-������ ji'-al. all Ki,|i,,.y.  Liver anil Slninne.li ailiiienls. and eliin  inale nil nielali'-- poisons I'riiiirllie system.' lis ualers eiinnol,'lie surpas.-cd  , fm- tlieii- heiiliii^ virtues.  Xo. I and Xo. L'ai-c. sold al, I mill. Lake li'v K  T. Aliey, and al I.Vvclhtnke l,v W. I'.eu-s,. (i. I-';  (.'ui'tis. and Canada llni^'fc liiiok Co. IIi-iil'kI.-Ii-  Special  VVinter Terms';  '/      Per V-'eek  S12' to  S15  '^'-J&- Wooa^iPhospxioaine,  (ffi$Wl      'The (ireat ICiiqlixh l!imc.~  ;������<;-3|CR     Sold nnd reeoiiunended  %y������>)\   wj.diip-fdstH in Canada. Out  'imali/.  "il liy all  ly rell-  /������fy\\-5f al'le inedl(il.-ie dlseovoied. Six  "i, VHr'W'-c>s^7'v''-/,''('/''.',' (/iiarantcnl to cure aii  fdi-iiis'ott.SdJuiii,'' W(>iilaicV:.i. all effects otabuso  4/rcxccsn, MentiH Won-v, I/reesslvc use of To-  baoeo, Opium or Stlmiilim'tH. Mulled on receipt  of price, one ]iacl:at,'('?l, six, :f.r). One will please,  six will curt'., J'liiiinliii'la free to any address. ,  'i'lio Wood Couijiiiity, Windsor, Oail������  Wmin's I'lmsi-iionixi: is sold in Hevelsloke  liy Canada Unit?, .t lluol; Co.. (I. I''. Clinis; mid  W. Hews,uiiu uy-'l-'ruiikT. Air.-;-' at,Trout-J^ake,  1-Jl'Ub'uUtJ.  Hiliy;  Tabid  bad I  ho  In. i'i'iiiiu'd'hie ol |^.'i-l ne  es baye (biile fur inc. I  have be'eni,.  They were  ���������lilii'it. >\>U'i\i T  yei'yip(i(ii:,jiii(l,i  i-AviMildysit in>  .,'. and al times  '���������S'pi'I'il'.lirc ,-l-|Vy  lies I, caii nut-'lie   too ���������"elated   to   tell   wbat   l-itipaii.^  still  lake'oil.! now and. lln-n,'because' li kiiuwili  hist, what I. ne.edi'd.y  haw  The  lainiiv  AT   DRUGGISTS.  ivcycciit jiackut" is- enough   for an ordinary,'jccasioii'  ';oule, sixt)' cents, contains a supply for a year.  190! Models  fo$8  in each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1901 model  .bi.cyclu'of ������������������ our ���������manufacture.- YOU CAN .MAKE $10 TO  ,-. $50 A WEEK besides having a wheel to ride for yourself.  High Grade  Guaranteed  '00 &'99 Models S&  500 Second Hand Wheels  taken in-trade by our Chicago retail stoics,  inauy Rood as new....   "We  ship  any-bicycle   ON' APPROVAL  to  anyone without a cent deposit in advance and allow  You take  absolutely  ?10 risk'in ordering from us, ais yoii do not need to pay  a cent if the bicycle1 does not suit vou.  HA   MfllT   HHV a whcel mltil >'ou have written for our  UW   HU> fl    DUI   FACTORY PRICES and   FREE  TRIAL  OFFER-.  This liberal offer lias never been equaled and is ti'guarantee oS  the quality of our wheels. ��������� .  "       ���������������������������'..  a reliable person in each town to distribute catalogues for us la  bicycle.   Write loday for free catalogue and bur special offer.  10 DAYS FREE TRIAL.  m*1  IkT  *g  f.  mi  m  '���������\A\Xfl ���"G-.
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Makes a Delicious Drink
of Lemonade.
Go to L. Schnider for a set of harness.
Large variety ol"  Sideboards   selli
cheap at IL Howson's.
' Call iind see the large line  of  fancy
Kockers afc K. Howson it Co.'s.
Mrs. Johnson otters for sale her fruit
and fancy iroods business at Arrowhead.      '   "
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Revelstoke B. C.
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1 Te.-la.   the   celebrated    electrician,
decbues he   can   operate   telegraphs,,
ships, and railways Ly wireless'
I electricity anil is building power,'
' houses at New York and in Scotland '
' to prove hit- theory.
Tu.lo.-eph Martin, A. E. -McPhillips.
Kev. S. K. Kowe and Senator Temple-
nien are due the . thanks of the
coniniunity for their etVorts to have
Kditor McAdanis released from the
tyrannical sentence imposed on him.
1 The Dominion government have
| now issued to A. S. Farwcll a title to
the lands claimed by him on the
, north side of the 0. I'. IL track with
the exception of a strip ou the north
boundary, the survey of which is in
dispute.
Lawn -oeial under auspices of
Epworth League at Mrs. T. Downs op
Monday evening. Ice cream, cake
and oull'ee. fruit, etc. The Independent Hand will attend. Proceeds in
aid of   hospital   fund.     Admission   at
the gatenten cents.       ^ ���    Tl,lvc!iers   vi,.itinK   u0velstoke will
Brakcniaii'   Bradshiiw wa.-   brought I'ind the  best   accommodation   at the
lo   the city   from   Kq.-��    Peak   this | Central Hotel, Abrahainson Bros, o
oriiing by special train nnd taken to
ie ��� hospital.    He was badly   bruised
about    tbe head and shoulders bvfall-
Cnciinibers. tomatoes, potatoes,
peas, cabbage, and carrots at J
Malcy'.-', opposite postoflice.
The Givgerich, livers and Green
businesses at K'ii.-lo have been consolidated in a large company.
]���!. IT. Trueman und Co's photo-
gniphic studio is now open daily in
charge of W. F. Moutgoniery.
Ked, white, and black currants, and
gooseberries, b' cents per pound at J.
Maley's, opposite poj-tollice.
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w.
! V 11,
���At  11,ileyon
< - ���' ilder. G. M. U(
Vug. 7th.
to
BORN
AT:
/v-
. :-vi ���".':<
r'-ito'--.M-i;.':i'iif
yiubter. :y;//'Y: i-y'.Y
s,���At --ii'evelsl'oki
:-lYY'y\ii-;"ii),tiy,M,-
'inapli\,   on    July
Mi-. W.  Devcreux.
Tuesday, Aug.
A.'lloii.-on. ;(
DIED.
yby ���������. (lro'-ynini
ing otV ;i cur. the  brakewheo! of which
broke a,- he'Wa? ajiplying it..
Constable I'pper now miike.- a
.' weekly trip,to Camborne.      His visits
have had the ett'ect of clearing the
- town   ol"   .-oine   roughs   who   were a
prolific .-ourcc of-'trouble, ,nnd much
, better order has prevailed since the
'inauguration of the.-e visits.
! Or. Wednesday I-L Pembroke, when
working with tlie.-leani .-hovel at Boss I
Peak was struck by a tree swung;
round bv the shovel. He was.brought '
to (be L'ueen'.s Hotel for treatment,'
iind'left next day for ICn in loops Hos- j
pital. It i.-feared one of his shoulder '
blade.- is broken. >
| When you- come to Kevelstoke hail
! the Central Hotel bus to take you to
lit good hotel. Abrahainson Bros.
1 Props. ' , o
i Sale of household furnitiii-e by private s.-ile at residence of Mrs. C. E.
Shaw. Call any day between 2 p. m
and 0 p.m.
The W. Ahrahamson Addition to
Trout Lake stands ready to otter every
inducement, to those who wish to purchase lots for private oi' business purposes. '       '    ' _ |
McLer-nan, Mcl-'eely it Co. limited,
the enterprising hardware linn of Van-
cover, has purchased a lot on Hastings
street east, on which to erect a large
btiildintr.
two months and is at 250, Dominion
Dank advanced from 24-ito 254, Dank
of Hamilton and Bank of Nova Scotia
advanced six points each, and IBank
of Toronto and Dank of Commerce
advanced ie\ei\ points.
Premier    DuiiMiniir     suggests   an
Imperial Bond   Bank with a common
currency   for    Britian,   Canada,   and
Australia   as a   means of   furthering
i the consolidation of (he Empire.
Manager Clonston of the Bank of
Montreal thus described to a London
inlet-viewer the financial condition of
Canada:���"Placing the population al
5.400.000.1 find the foreign trade per
head $71.50 for the'yeir ending 11101
as against   ifio iu 1871.    The deposits
 I made by the people in the joint stock.
Qnnirtl   nr*rJ   Danonnrth Government   and savings bunks liave
OUi'/Uf    UflU   rUrbU/lUI i ri!.cn la stcudv   progression   from $19
  , per head in 1871. $27 in 188J. and $40
in   1891. to $74 1901���most   striking
RAIL AND STEAMER
The   C.   1'.    IL   intend   building a
hotel at Trout Creek. Okanagan.
C. P. K.   land -ales   for last   month
trebled and amounted lo .f-"-(>LN92.
REMOVAL NOTICE
Victoria   on
evidence   of the general prosperity   of,
.Mi.-s L. Jones left   foi
Thursday.
Miss Savage returned on Monday on i employed   in   the   daily   business   oil ,       ,., ,,, ,
" brief visit. Canada is   nan- Sill ,��.,���' I���..���l   ,.f ,���,..',,0��' lle ',lltl n<-��- CWH n dollar,   (bougl
Monday
Hill   told   lhe   Grand   Forks
,,              ,      ,.,,���-' *  ;'J.     ���'    ""'people    thai   whereas     he   formerly
the, people.    J be aniount of   monev   '     '   ,     y ,,  ���   ,       ,   .    ,,     ,,   ,,   ,;
i      J   ���   . ii i-i     i     ���           *f  owned a tenth in cro.-l in   be C. I. It.
employed   in   (he daily   business  of I
Canada is   now $11 per head   of poj
The Kootenay Mail has removed to Tapping's building,
| corner  of  Victoria Road  and
It is   reported'the Great   Northern : r*nnIvnioKf   A.,���ml���
Company have purchased a China fleet. |^0""*"g"t AVCnilL. ^
The   C. P. IL has   placed an   order' TPDP   ^5AT Til
with its llochelaga  shops for a thotis-! ��Uft  OH-ua.
and 30-1 oil box cars. , A I'-u-im .for --ale. (rood building-,.   Apply to
I .Mi--. II. Willi-, licvc-lxtokc. It. C.
Supt.   Downic took   charge   of the ,	
STRAYED.
I    .Su-.iyed mile die iiiciiii-e-of lhe undersigned
IC. ; on Juno -_'7. llMJ, ono sorrel horso willi'whlto
,    ,     ��� -    ,      ...     .. ���      ;, i strip on   face, branded crown murk on right
copied   lor a fast    Atlantic   service it | Hank.   Owner win  Imvo .-ame by puvingex-
will involve an exiicndilure of $25,000, | I'oiisi-.
000 in new sleaincr.-. .    !
Jin
I
new Lardo branch on Friday. Train.-
leave Trout Lake Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
If   (heotVcr  of the   C. P. It', is
went to
'"VI;,
i    Owing to  the   businet
,���      ,       , , ,       '     . ' requiring larger premises,
On 1 ue.-dav afternoon a  lalse report i,....... ai ;,,
\,      , hNAi   Jl All
and   plant
the K'oot-
'.Mrs. Holten  returned ��� on
from St. Leon.
Misses Savage and  Ladnci
Vancouver Tuesday.
Mrs. Bolton ga\e a children's birthday party on Monday.
Misses Shcpard   and   Bell  leave tomorrow for Grand Forks.
Mr: and Mrs. Fred Taylor returned
yesterday from a visit to Armstrong.
.Mrs. Dr. Cross is on, a visit to
Stonewall and will return home in a
fortnight.
��� J. J. Voting and W. B. Pool left
Friday for the coast in connection
with mining matters.
Mr. and Mrs. 10. Wil-ou returned on
Thursday'from their enjoyable holiday in the Okanagan valley.
I illation, whereas twenty yiars ago it,
j did not exceed $7.70.
I* Mr. Clonston also pointed out that
,'iisa result of the splendid banking
.' system of Canada none of lhe great
' financial   crises of the past ten   years
a licet cd   Canadian   business   (o   any
appreciable ox'tcnt.
THE MINES.
ithei
(he
nil: i.! ."months/
LOCAL J GENERAL
trust   aims   at
tion for the report was1 that some
sawdust near the mill took lire but as
;i plentiful supply of water was at
hand it was soon extinguished.
At 'the court, house  on   Monday before Registrar' Eraser, costs were' taxed
T.oiii    Lake bo-pital has been i on tbe Supremo Court suit of  Turner
lid and taken over. , v. Cowan'ct al.     'The costs amounted
,,,,,,,,   '��� , ...     :       .-      ��� to $-190.7(1.      G. S. McCarfei appeared
for pltll', and J. M. Scott   for   defendants, in   whose   favor   Chief   Justice
dvi'i   .>'),<),I'l.OOO   of buildings are in j Hunter had reeoided judgment.
'" i ��� ���>! (reciion at Montreal. ' . ". '���      ���      .   ' .   .       ,   .
, Antoinc linrgison  was   injured   m-
'1 ie- salin-oi   ^lontreal   real   estate (ternnlly on Monday while   working at
. ii'.\-.'.l-i.i-t u.ii by $2,000,000. ; the    Enterprise   Brewery.      He   was
V  - < Mli-t    ii.iiM-ntioii will be held ,"<--;*rryinK ��� block of ice   when a   plank
ai ICimloops next inoiitl*,. 'Slipped imil struck-bun
i
y ���y''f'b''.'--.;:,-'.;\.;r).(;i;icjii;i;ybeef
y;.uyoi'!d-wi(f(';(ft)iVt.rol.':
(���;>Tiipl
/ .''/V'.'OviKM'I'-.llil <-(>",( lil"
"Oil'.-'tl'i.i:.' s'evefv'siYii'i's"'
I ��� -       ;     -���""
customs ofliccr in his iibsence.
.Mr.-. T. E:��L. Taylor and Mrss. Jackson have gone on a visit to Mrs
llawes jit Okanagan Landing.
Mrs. Hooley gave a parly  on   Mon-
hei'e--m
'Sheril
,.,,.. ���   ,   ,       ,   - ,     "ii nic.-iiiiN anernoon a  niise report i.....',..->, ?,,T'sr'"  r'-yy"-'   )'"��� "V""," |     15. IL Atkins left for   St.    Leon   on
.in   Ll-ii- -ecu,,! daughter:     m,(1    tiu'ou��^h, tbe   citv   that    the I ^^1 Trw    -��   f,"Pll,,,sf .'Tuesd.-.y ;.nd   J.   M.   Kellie   acted as
d   M,-.    II.   Cock,   aged fl '^^ L{uu(m. CoV ���',*,��� ,���ul beuM   Jiuilding corner ot \ .etoria   L'oad and I	
i '!i,ii,miI>. .    ,   .        i i     j.        rp, ,     ,-       ,     i Coiinaught Avenue.
destroyed by fire,    llie  only   lounda- | a ,
The II. J.   Franklin   Stamp   Works
of   Vancouver   notify,  through '   our
columns   they   are   prepared   to   fill
orders,for all kinds  of  ritbner stamps,
seals, perforators and stencils. 'day   night   at   which   a   number   of t Lake Iookin
.. , ,    . ,   .,,.      ' friends were hospitably entertained.
Do you want to insure your building, 1
and property at the best   rates  and in I     Hewitt Bostock arrived by Xo. 2-on
sound companies ?   ,Thcn drop a ]io,-l-   Tuesday and   went    on   to   Cohinplix
card to Horace Manning, who will call   with Fred Eraser, government, agent.
on you promptly and altcid   lo your
requirements. ,   . ''
A hotel-keeper at an important
point along the railway line says :
���'The circulation of the Kootkxav
Mail here is twice that of any other
paper and (be same may be said of  all
A dcaLis reported to be on   for
Beatrice group.
J. H. McIConzie   will   continue
manager of (he Lc Hoi.
A big placer mining deal is on
tiiiiis near Kevelstoke.
An English syndicate is purchasing
the Abbott, group on Haley Creole.
Two tunnels of (58 feet iind 00 ' feet
have been run by SupL Lade on the
Imperial group.
J. Lade had an assay of SO oz. of
silver and $22 gold from his property
near the Triune.
J. V. Armstrong has been at   Trout
���ifter "the, shipment of
ir.incbi.se   m
>f Australia.
lour
i to'tbehosiiital"todiiv.-
;'/  , V ���' /.-.'/���'/ C'-'/:i;;.' -,//;,""//:��� ry
>��� -:.. .Const a l.iles''" Siiiiinei-i iaiidi IJpjier a re
Yin jiie Fish Greek coiiiitry liunting for
; A YFea fliers ton.,,7 wli6i-:,;-.-.is ."���.wanted ��������� iifbr
:%gery:y ���''Heiha'-jyiiyguii.iiiid the.pblice
ai'b,arnied/tpo.: yythey.:expected him/to ,,
tryio iiiiikeythei-iiilwavyat,  -VVMgWiiin;! ���...,.���.,.
oi- Illceilliwiiet-Yliiii.lie (1-noilviWoitiies--! / '1'lieyibiiowiiit
When   you, want   a   fire insurance
yon   the abdo-y,,other-points on. this/section
         ������-.;���--. ���,.-.-.-������--: ; men. . He"wiis removed/to A. Gnuiat's
-.v  *, -:. -- ...-��� ll-:ilpnn;c''Y V!-:'^{P>!e��..'.;i'i8:;r-lipiise,;--.xvlioi-c�� Dr: .y McLean; altended
iy^'^-'^v^-r-V.^pi^^V*?.;���''SW.t'Oiv'o.llvcer^.;.r,-ini=;. ;I>i-.;.ChrrutlicM-"��"-hii'tl:..hi'in> runYovciil
'yy ^l<YyKl'|ihH;iit:.-\igei-it J*"i*iisei'Yliii-s had
Y tiiC'/BcaUiii-Fei-irbsoii road put iii'<'ood
y; i .......ir- - -- -������  ,-���������  :������-���-    - ���  l -Vy
v~}-My /'��� -:iY';YY.y/ yy-T ., ���/" T;yy Jy
��� ������_\\h-^ yLiiuyii'i'd^reiiehed London y/un
.���../^^">;l!iV,.V'���~���l^"l^'Y:���,?-.t���.<L'j'^\c-l>:lre;. fQiV.tlio:--.coi,v.i,h'T
- 'iltiollj. '/'/'/;;��� i-y- /-/,//,'��� - .' /'��� ���(, y: *'' -���; ///��� /-//i;
//. l'.lie,,,n.-'vsi.iiti!'l-'-..Wiisi'ppene'd tod:iy?:uut
. cani!bCi;;.l'aib:,;U(:prbve^ ii iliooii t,o���./tihc,:
.'eitvYiii/r district/yii-.YY^'yi;    YY/Y:-''���/'--TyT
'The many friends of Dr. Brett will
regret to learn.of his serious illness at
Banff. He may have to undergo an
operation. ,    >
Mr.   and   Mrs. B. K.  Atkins,
Mrs.
and Miss Spurling, Mesdames Siither-
the Silver Cup ore to the snieltei
T. A. .Voble and A. W. Coleman, of
Pittsburg, have bought (be Ottawa
group on Springer Creek for $.12,000.
As showing the ett'ect of the drop iu
copper the dividend jusl declared on
Calumet 'and Hecla shares is   only $5,
licisoinef inies got  I he credit '.'of -having
bouglit it. T'y   ���.'.-.'[' ���������;'"���'.���:���.;,���������;','./.
'T Jiui Ilill has, p'romisDil (be, .Kossland
people iinmedia(e ,ini'jiroi'eiiieiiIs.,.'16
the i'bail lielween .I'os'.slaiid aiid Xprthr
porl-, including substantial reductions'
in tlie ;cost of .liandliiig ore- /between
'the niine's and the smelter,   Y   ���
iMiiiiiiger Clonston, of (hey ..Bunk of,
Montreal.' says:���''The news that./ the,
C. /P.'- .K.-'liad-'i'tendered-foi-.T-lie fast
A fcla n tic service .was particii la ry well
received iii London', iiiidhe.i'ylt/sure
they could do it better and . cheaper/
thiin a hy oilier coiii bii! ii,(ion of ciijji till./
T'10   Wdll 'Street-   Journal ' isays1':'
;'Cii iiiid iii |i T.-ici lie, lnis "/bow  , iiiid. tlie
Inipcria'l.-.Linii.tcd.'.-;- iii   operation for ii
month. Y/vWo '   ai'e'y foldi: by iti'allic'i
Ollicials here -/that-  (luriii<f /that/liiii^ij
the comp,-i,iiy.has-:, been   com'peHcd;, to
refuse, tickets (o -I) tin < I red s'/.d esi ri n gi /t o
travel.across Cho.; cpntinenl-   oii ; t-bese
trains, beeiuise/; it-���y;W(i'sYiiiiposi?ible (i.i
iici?onin'iqdiito: tliei i'i .;''���''���-.   ,7,: /���;-/-���   i;-:
,/Manager'.'. Mc2\ie'p|Ii--'---i'retiiriiL>'d..;'':yby:'
/spbcial:'/(:raib,';'on .Tiie^day/iaiidi/was
accompanied'/ by.Geiiei'ab Siipt.yii\lai'-
polcy iiiHl;S.tipt/Y;.Kilpii trick; (.othpieiisL'
ei'iii bbundiiry 6f;!,be,raciiic. Division,;
24. /11 pi i ,rs yi be,i 11 gy s pe'i i Ly J ie f'wec'i L ' 11 d re'
iind' FicldY/-,Mr.  YM.cisiuoll spentysbine7
('. .1. MAIITIX,
1 jua vcrmciiiLJi. li, C.
For Sale
TWO Itciidenees on JlelCenzio Avenue, with
modern improvement-, ���S-,."KK) eneli, on eiir>y
loi-ins.
TWO Itc-ideni-e- on Tli'lrd .-rtreet cast, very
coiivinienl for railway men, ?!,S(KI t-ueli,
easy lei'ins.
ONK Ke-ideneeon Kii-st Strecl east, ea-b re-
(inii'od .s."ii)U, siili.ieet lo niorlt'iiKe.
Apiil.v lo
JIAItVKY, .Mct.-AltTICIt &  I'lMCHAM,
CKUTIKIt'ATI-: OF IMI'ItOVKJIKNTtJ.
NOTICE.
'' Miu-vcv .Mineral Claim, situate in the I.nr-
deaii .Mining IMvision of West ICootonay Di^-
li'iel. ��� '
Wlicre located: On Pool eroelr, about, two
mile-- Irom innlilli.
Tuko noliee that I. Win. Ii Deveiiiu.v, aetinir
a-a^enl for Oliailes lliinej, Free Miner's Cur-
)illciilo No. Il(i7.-'(I2, inlenil. .sixty days from tlie
dale licreoi". lo nppiy lo tlie AliniiiK, Itceorder
I'm-ii Ccrlilicaleof Improvement-!, for the ]iur-
|io-eol"olilaininKa Crown (.rani of tboabovo
el.iini.
And furl liei- lake noliee Hint aelion, under
Seetion .'17, inust, lie eomineneed before!tlie issuance- of .-.null Cei'tilleate of Improvements.
Paled IliisU'llInlay of July. I*��.
W.M. K. DK\'KI!KUX. V.L.H.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE. 0
".S!. |j,i\M-eiiee,""Sl, Ijoui-," ''Columbia" and
"l.iidonii'i" miniiiK claims; situ.-ito iii (lie Kovol-
-,loke Mininy llivi-ion of Wesl Ivooteniiy Dis-
triet.
Wlieru loeated: On Wild Cloo-e Creek, n tributary of .loi-dan creek.
,,,..,        ,    -,, ������   ,      , TAIvK NOTICKlliat I. K McC.irlv. F. M. C.
time al 1'ield and   oilier   points along , x0i 117211 for iiivselfiiiidaKeni for Tlioni.i-.Kil-
���ainst, $S0in 1900.
W.   A.    Bauer   has   completed  (he
- - survey of the -Moscow   on   Pool Creek
and and  Downs   returned   fron;,   St. liuidis.surveying'lbe.   Great   Western
group on Arrow Laky.
.eon yesterday.
Mra. Matthews
and Mrs.   H.   Bruii-
policy, see Horace Manning, agent  for j ^('t returned bv the Imperial Limited
the Anglo-American and    Equity  lire j oll a.llul.t|.,v nit/hl ���fier 11 two months
insurance   companies   who ��� is   in 't I.visit to Toronto.   ��
position to save vou money bv quoting p'.,..- ."-..'���
j-ouitlic/imvcst.preiiiitinis-uiYto
, .-,   ..���.,,,.��������� 111,11nun aim iih'oni. lor nionias kii-
Ihe   road estimating (ho cost   of iires-   IV'l'i0^.- ,,'-.-1!,:���(';,N,u,- l?,lm- 'l'!,,0,JV"i,J'l).wlVi'; V:
, , . ..    .' 1 M. C. Nn. li.'Jd.l. I'. I!, Ihiine, F. M. C. No. hdhS,
ent and prospective improvements.       ��� cinu,- F.  I.iiidinai-k,  F. M, C. No. (i7*-'(Ki. C. M.
"I'ii-ser. I'". .AI, C, Xo. 071S| and James Itcitthloy,
.M, C. No. l!7--'(il, iiildiid, six|y cliiys from the
,!,. i.........1' ,,,...,..1.. ...   .i .  <��-���   ���r    *.
: l-'l'l
: F.
Crows ' ,.ll,,u ,,li\1'<;'.1!: loi'PPl.v to  tbe Minify Ifruonlpr
G.   Erickson, formerly    road master
at    Field,   and   lately on   tho   Crows...   -,..,...-*'."",'i ~ .....mw hiuhiiw
,-     .    ,       , , -. ,   ,,      ,        ,.   I lor a Ceililieale ol Iniproieinents, for Iho imp.
ACSl    lias hoon   trailslerred   to the   (ll- , po-e of obtaining 11 Crown (Irani of llicalwo
vision east of Porl Arlhnr. under Supt.! cl".i,llr-1.   .. ���  -, ,      ��� "'    .'
',,                ,               .             1     ���     ,                ,-,    And  liii'tlier lake noliee Hint actum, under
hlirv,    Who was   formerly  llicharue   of | Seelioii :i7, niu-l been u-need before the i.-Mi-
-Jlr.yj'tocks
STR. REVELSTOKE PASSENGERS
���iisYthe
list
(la'y;'lit ^Irs/Aiidersoii's Halfwliy lldiisei'.sengcrsioii the'yS.ilSYltevelstoke
."ol,.
pas-
; Ura-Uoinan./yLoi'd :Wii:
ii rii 1 s. wl: mie;i r - 1! bgers; 1
i iv ;ia 1 Hrt'irybti'i ;i/ca yyy'yT
eonsiderablyt
as-   yesterday
oil tlio'Trout/Lakeroad.
.-Tbb;Yiin:uici:ili!stateiiicnt,ypf.ithe'^
;,upi!aLv.sh6ws.'tlio-v-;receiptSv'~to-----in'clude
yy       ,-Y-:-.' -'/���"";. -.-:���, -    :��� ��� .'��� J   . y  / -; {government graiiti'v,of $4000,,A'ictbrian
i yy -, I ne;    Kv,/,teniaii / learn/- on 'good /"prder   of YXurses i- $1500; ,. collectors
���'.!,,,llY,;*^i',u;r<Y.i��;if!;i'.-l^h;�����:���*.:jsoiicral/r t-Jiroiiph,;:Xailip^-i-.-'AuxiliiVrv..' *l"i72 H3*.
i/^1;.?1-  ���" ^^mb^-TT    */ v/,' Ty-yyT; l-ii-ovisipnal;ydirectpi'S7,$82(i;75: ;  l.ord
astralh.-icoiia. $250. -The site cost $ 1000,-
;tlie:liiiilding$7.2;i8.Sl. beating -$15-11'
-Ilhe^iabilities   lire ;$M5'V'intltiding
.        ...,. .. .     , i$2()0'0 overdraft/ ' aVIhiiVeriiil Bank but- i
,.\(Y'uiii/i(latip!i/at-."IJaiifV. is/noliiear-
sniiieit-nt to'/iiieet the requirement*
this'' 	
; ,-i! visitor:
season",
?i'd'.' lo -rii 11..
Yy Friday, / A iigiist; / 1st:,: '��� 'T -Nprtb-7J/
Leslie. -G. J. Kuinens, F. IM:Mc111 tyre.
/ /South^I-LYV.;,Ilriidley.iJYii'c.iYltyiin.
JasYMcFa!*laiid.:!David LainieY-'Y '-:
y Tjiosdiiy. -August :5th ;/; -.North���Ji
Collins, AVilkinsoiV,   Etlwiu-ds,  Adiinis.
irYShiil^:.J'.::C.i^licGreg;or,;Sbaiw;:Giiiisi
'Diit.chmaiy.'A'. VVrilcox.;YV. '���'. .Liiisay, ;.).
Sanderson; J.'' Kasdin.'S.   Collins. Geo.
Koaeh, Ki,A.iBradiev, Mrs./Bradlev. ��� '
YiSptitli���Pete. Dtifault.YiPaul iFuller,.
Gus. Liiiul, Joliji-Stevenson.i.   iy /  -: 'i
RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
'/.iris.
bvvei^pkeyoir--   an Y excursion   from ,0f$l3!)al .......
KeV'/istoke.to Sri/Leon, tomorrow.   :'    :       'Y'7, "'-'Y '"���/-'. ������'���'' '���' - --Y"
- 'Tb,-t \<Ty^UrTi:T,T-uii'��i      :i    -   ���'���': ���^.{t'1Vr-rihg.tp.t'he.;JlcA'danis,case-t'iicli   -���������.,   ,-.,.,.
:-7:niib.i'n^iYS
Trvi-iiTy,, '\"y   i?'���;.,!���', i- ������  , :u""y('^ei]T when before: the courts   it YisYY/Sixteen Ysneinbei's '"���'��� tii hied i'oufc
';���" :'. ���������J''f ���������'. '    '  :''.' .,,J->V;.V s.Jn<ci;cst*."(.1,rpbiibly- itheforce /of lPnblic! opiiiioii.;! practice oh .Saturday and/ iri'eaL
Y AY;,.-vi-n-i year old boy ,-i'-.lined : Peter-1'i,t-'101vt',:ult'10 second applogy, -which y.pi'ovement'iva '   ' : '
lias '���'.ciiu'sed the judges;: !p:. act..;.TIic
sbnteiice,, passed;on tlie/otl'eiiding editor , was the subject '.of protest   from
one end/of tbe ponimiot;. to the other.c
The .British yC.bluinbia   judges --.have
chosenthe part -;oL'\vis<loin.-but iHitii
day--too soon,"-.'   ;- ���   ,-.-" '"������>���"��� . .
j lawn/social "oh the 19th insL,/bn/Ythe
j -:gr6uiKlH.:!iiljoiriing.- tlib:.-:chu'rcli'A."itftur,-:
I. upon a'nd even iiigyyi./y /.;/���;: yy'yiYi,' "TTi-'i
���/   YI.;. /IJ.y/'.IaRkSOli -biiB.y roeignodyliio:
:p()siti6ii:wit.b,tb(-/.Rev(-!sfoke,Wine and
Spilit,Coinpa'iiyi:to eiiter: the ;yoilicc.of.
.Taylor- and George.-':-Y��Yy-Y; ::/"y:yyyY T
/ /Clift'/GorsoiiiyS. yyPar
Tatrick. YiwlipY havpitiill'YIjeeiliin'tlie
Iviiiiiloopsi/.h'ospital,; ; returned ylipnic
vesterdav7'morn ing.   / '���'. 'T /   ,/���>���;: yr ;-;
v      ,, ,.-��.'-, C? '_'   - r       i   y ������'���'.���-,-
//Hewitt Bostockileft by'theTmpcrial
iLimited this'-morning ���to'ineetMrs.
Bostock aiid children at: New. -York', on
'their/return fiom England;"   .-//+,:
W. Cownni'has resignediis.���manager-
of tbeyVVater and1 Light,Y Company to
attend to liis in teres ts in'tlie Liii'deati;.
T:)y and .KiiGpr.don���siicceeds,-'!iiin,-;Y:.,! '
.   //j ;;iil*;f,'Wilson,   principal/: of/, tlie -city
to-; schools, and -Mrs.' i.Wilsobi-,'  li'iivo beeii
im- '
\
���.ison'iili'
11/iiito k'ooteiiiiy:' Jviveriaf:.
I'liesdiiy yiind, was drowned.
���%..vy...Fh;i,i'ihig.;ivlio' hasliadcharge of
/the. .-.irvet iinip]'>i.v(.'iiieiits. carried, out
���council ibis done   splendid
ii>v. the
were
���-.uoteil   in
,; .scoring.,; ii The ������ f6116,wiFi^
i "j highest points :    y ������': ,J    '..- '-.'���
I    .-^(kii.'/yards���1-L '.-Ai:,/Browiv
i Gordoiv- 24.   Ca[>t..   Forsl.-iini
; Garrutbers   23- : By^Lawsou   fl.
A sampling across .the ledge of the
Silver Crown, on Mohawk Creek, gave
an assay of $2(5. The property is
owned by H. .Gerard and J. A.   Mngee.
;;y:Miessrs;Pool aind/YYoiihgy'aie selling
stpck!in;tlH;;X'phii'-Lado^coni]ianyyt6.
provide funds to operate- tlie Ojihir-
;LadciOystcryiiid!!niperial/prbpertiesi
//YTliunew iniiiiageiiieiii/pf Hie ; iiii vol"
piip'-inineyisgetting promptly tpywprk
aiid' lias Y11 Iready-iengiiged- -.'. O./YB: ,i /Xi
i,\\vi 1 kic .to smyvey the Ytrsvi 11 wily froni
the'Ciip to EightYMile; :sii7- ��� - YY; Ti,rT.y
...,.--: .:a/.Yt:-::::y.j,.-.-yy.::.:;:.i;y.'::/.3S-:.-y,;-
i//Supt..-yyBriid!cy,- ofi the ! Diiqiiensc
���'Mining Conipany,i Yl.eft'v. fpr/Sniitli
,Crecki. agiiiii on Monday. il Io,is.--, wel 1
satisfied with the prbspcetsi,found in
the deep'i channel, ,;which .gives evidences ,of widening.: ���'-.-/ Y/r /   //.���/ YY
' . i''WYA ,���: Ga jl iheivM;7 P.. says yii he :/wil 1
make the light of liis life in llivor;/ of
the.tariff.-, on lead/ products, atyii'ext.
session: of the legisla tu re,- a nil: thiiifc. tl ie
Laurier,goverhnient will support tin's
ineaiis of aidiiig silver-lead yniiiiing iii
Kootenay:'-.-'.,.       -Y i'i -/./. ���/'/.'"-'. i ���'
spending the last;two weeks   of 'tlieir, [- /'A new.Crow's -Nest,'.Pass icoiil com-.
Ome of'.tlie : holidays at Okaiiagaii TiindingY'Yy /   jipany has been   formed.- . coin posed ypf
the -i;,-.- ... yy ���- .Ly..://.    Yii -..':- :���'���'.' ���������. ���������' -.; Chicago, Pittsburg and/local Y people.
j Tlie cpmpiiiiy. li.iis;'sc'ciired'.{540 acres at
.the CiPw's/Nesfc-.clivisipn
will ybc siipeiyiiiteiiilii'iit of the/Y'lji-idge
Fgiipgi: ','frp'iii Crow's/ Nest/fo/YlvSptoiiayi
[.lhn'.Uin5j-Yia.iVL';:,3Ir.:' i'I\'ic.lviiinoh--,'p_fy tho.
Or6\v/.Nest/iO'-l\Iediciiie;'.'.Hat seCfipni
,, The value.pf/irpii products iiiseil by;
countries 7:;tribiitai-yY.;i--p;YythXY^iPjicilic'
Coiist/isistated-bv;' .Premier"::Diiiisini'iir''j
a nee of siieli Cerli Ileal e of linproveiiient-i.
Dated llii.- Ibii-lielli day of.Mine, A. I). ltKti.
'   F. ^Ic.CAltTV.
Cl'IKTIFlCATK OF- lMI'KO VKMKNTS.
NOTICE.
���-���������;���"Wliil-o,'KI(!plinlit,���'������I'-'Wil Wn Fraetion,",;"Wii:
Wa,"/ .'.tli-eailwell," '-/''Ti-eailWell YFriictioii,"
"Cliileat;"   "Xoble  Tbi-ee"';iind..TNqliloi.Tln-co1
tO'bc;;,'$f!5:000;0()0.y;a'nd'',!i.lieY-'.yalii'c>-dfilh
|-p:iperyj>iv<i/"pu]p'-.iH2r��.;q()orobo:..-'--- >\\iti 1 -the"���', '  "
'flcyelp'pmbnt; --.of--- ilieseiiiiidiistries'-iiii
|,b is/pin i-i nee niini-go^iortion Yo fill -h'ese.
'.expeiidittires/wbiild gp'tbtiie/ support,
'of..local iiuliisti-ies-,. : Y.   i;//i; ;-iY,/ vq,Yy
���25.
it.
yiirds���AYMcKae 25;
Dr.
500
oi-.-i- r
i.wi.i/s/K-iayl.iir-Mi
ivy'.-'veniiig'i.'-'iii"
bHis;;':.-;i'Y,-.y-'
-���������
ie K|iwoith /League
:s'. T; Downs' oh'Mon'-'
��� a i'l  6."   t he/hospital
Capt.
Ifi.A. :Brown 25:
.Fo,rsijind.'22:-< Ti
ne
(."ulonist.-���''
, .-'ir.t.icje/ti'.ssciyiptivi
BritislLCo'-l-'un'ibiii
,!
lias;
/ Ol":
,-ivai
a .well' written
the iiortions of
lable   for", nirri--
Tl
CHURCHES. :
-.'������ .'"���   .:���' yi'KKSIJYTKJJIAX;
e's'ingiiig of -Mr. iMelvil
tbe.
Pi-
re
in
''������'lb'lire.
.-!.
���.-('���('������ii's-jpei
' y-!uenei-il     yKiLtyr/
sbowii niore wisdom
.Ui.-in lis their oriiriiiii.
���:'.'UC
bill
Andrcw's'eburch on   Sutiday   evening
;���������.-.' ,;."      y ��� "ylast /''was   t lie subject   of / fiivdurablo-
"������''    '".  : ,- ���'���'; corn ment iimonirstMibse present.   .Mr.
i the judges who./Cook is tni be. '^oiiKi'atulated ���oii'-th'o"
McAdanis; have ibxeellenee of-his choir./  , /;
in. releasing hini |
net Ion.      ""-'",'     Considei'.ilile interest   is   niiiiiife'sted,
���'������'' ;-     -by. t'he children, in the junior,   choir of'
'lid'IL/Bostpck.wore.;lst'.>-Y\,Klrew's. chureliYi,Guy  Sunday
liiorning' the /service   willyliii-golybe a
childreiis'service. .    Ib.-v.  Ml*. C'alder/-
01 tbe t/'wnsito.-        , suLji-cty wjllbe ''Christ and -tbe , Gbii.-
-..���f the'Provincial" In-', dren."''   ..-...,; ,     :/        ,
ioriv���'to' be lleld .at ''�����' 'I1'-' '.���veiling', there uill be ya.
Tlianksgiving service.. iii-'.view'oi lying
KdWiird's iv.-stoi'at.ii.'n to health nnd
Coi'oiialion.' Tlie serii'iidi:will be on
"Britain a.-shi- is todav."     .
.    Y.IL Gordon.
--���-i':,R. Bakc-r72..   ���   -.
:;   Y    A'ineetiiig called b\
iy '-'was held Wednesii
.': .'���; li'niilly, dealing witli
���'���'.//range.   ���' The "necfe-Jaiw,--tunds haying
y   /been gbaranteed.   iti/ was/decided   ;o
5 . ������ coinplfetc, range-wiriKj.iit-. uiriher-'tleiay.-
and the new rAnge..wi|i \>6" opened lijv
15j.e-.nt;
���day-'- b-r ��� 'purpyse : of
i-uc-sripn   of, new
��� '������'.--.].).' G. iMcXeil! the' well known -imi 11-
��� ing superiiitendent who Avas^ asso'ciii't-ed.
���iilt-ll ytbe '..'Silver,,' Cup/ has- returned
ironi/a bpi'idaytripto Cplbrii^lo,/ '���.'.'.' '.Ty
/ ���-' Rev: F. 11. Cross of; Ma ni tpba -i.Un i -:
yerst t y, y- cbiisi ii, of yy Di;.'/ Cross.- -sji.en t*
Sunday'.in;Kevelstoke 'OnYhis/irettirn;
joiiriiev froth/California, to,/Manitoba
.with', liis .bride. , /'-' ..-....'.-.   ' -'. y' 'Ty-..T '-,/"
:RaiIrpadi;^atche|S;:i|l'|5:i;
Y. v-v-.Y'. - .Y.-yAVvii llit:iiu'...iti��cl ���'Y/I'llyfiii',.',.,!.-!i'i'tnp.:-i"
;;y/,iYY den.nlid l!luiiilton/i[7 iiiid 24
���..':/���������������';.'.-''./'.':'-jewels..'.-'.' iYabguard-./i,/.Ivlgin
/// ": i: A;eritasy,"Crc'scent -St., Father.'
/:/, y/Tiilip, C//t^;J-:;;Sj:'eci;li,v B. \\'i
y " iy "/4iaymoii(l..,,Appleton yTracey,
������;���/        Y IS,I- 'Specialy. Send for prices.
;;/^y;:'LYTTLETdN'/BR6s;;^
���\\rat'cli ySpecialists,/Aiu
........iiii'tf Ilivi- i,i)iiiof kootciiuj"-disli-iut,.-���������-���.-������;��� ��������� -
��� Wliero located: T. iletween I.iifoi'iiie..-yiin(l-''y
ttirniJ.s..Ci'ook,-'iib6ul-.'sc.vt'ii,':iii,ileioiisty:'fi-p;nr'.Colv!-*:-':
iiiiibia river.- /:'':":';:'-:'- ,,":"'*';' ���-'������-' ���','-;';''::.:' ,// ���������:������������'.���
/"I'ake noliee llial, I.O.tt. X*.-,.\Vilkie,: notiiif,';",
nKeiil for tlio .Double Kaslo .'MihiiiK iind,"Dovol-.,/
ojHiioiit'-C().;;IJnuto(l,':Fi-iiL*::Miiioi-'K-'yGortifliJutcv��''
N.O/il. LSI7.'!./inlend, sixl-y days frqin tlie date//;,:
iiereof, to apjily to the Miniii�� Reebider for ;u';/-/:
Coi'lilieateol' lni|ii-ovenienl,s, for lhe purpose ofi i i
'olilii tiling (i CrowiiGi-anl/of llie alio veelnini."���y'y".
,-Aiid Iii rtber, la ke; iioiieo/tjijil.-iiel ion, 11 iider ;/.
Soelion,'i7,. niii.sL bii eomineneed before, tlio issu.-i' ' .
anee of .s|ieli;Cei-tilieate of Improvements. -:--;-'. < .:
���Dated ,liiis-.(ll,li day of .1 illy, A. D/l'.Kt'. / .,:-'.:-���/';;":
"'-''";,;,;,',y''i; "y ,.;������;'.-;':'..v' ,-/o;in. nvwimvi'��.-������>'Y'y.
TENDERS FOR NEW BUILDING;
Reyclsioke School Board.
���j Tlie Uoaid oLTi'iistecsoi" tlieKeveh
l,7.ll; "���. ,. L iistoke Piibjic School ale desirous of re -
iicouv u ��� - ,.p.  y, C(.ivingytendeps Iiii- t,||e erection of  the
... ��� -.���, ���Y���r���-- y.,...,  proposed new biiiidingoii City,Blockjjtj
\AMMTPFi i/PlaiisIspecifications and  condition
':, '���Adyerlisen.i'enis/ uiidei'
wil I bo- I'iiib! islied at one cen t pel
Crow's'-Nest Pass and will  start -work;| Pfiis?ueY  Cash; witli^order, /, i,
developing, ,,/ TliercYis a isix foot ledge
1    ; pi/ cpiiti-.-ict   inay. beiseen inone of the  ���/
i.   school cl,-issi/pbiiis(Sec()iid street )d.-iily. '
...    -    ,y; (Sundays excepted) li-oni 10.-i. 111. till 12
this beading;| nooii, .-ilid .fi-pni (i p. in. till
word '   ���"-������"'���
Coiii'aplix'piii' Mondit\
i.i.-i, tin' y'selection of
'."shai'i
iind
"tiro:
i-i'iii.Saturday,'next-...-{Cp'rb'h'aif'ion-, Lav):
The : ipc-iitiibn :-��� both ���;-.'oii -iccoimt. ���'t.i"
acces.-ibijity aiid 'nature- of grotiml: I-
ia great improvcnieni.over tlie.old,.and
u'ill be highly 'appreciated 1>y ni'eiiii.,,;-:-.-
,who bn ri��� known ..what It is / to ��� slioos.
lav : 'Vti a-li'ot diiyYifter a sti.i| climb up /t!i'/
be 'erect ed
. iKieea.-'it-v
ii,.
ofc-balj-pf ii gpbd,,qiialitw:i, i
���'In ay:letter'to E: A^ 1 Tiigy^ch: \V.y\N":y
Carlylc, M. E. formerly'bf the Le Koi,
ivriting./frpinllio Tin to, /Spain,' says:
-���'.'I read .with -grciilY' interest the jiro-
 gress "of niining/in 1.L C. ;TYwish you
:'���"���'���,-Mii-.s,    .VIcKinno'b    of   ySintaloula. j could have ay ,Kio Tinto pry two. / Oiir
; ALilliiyba. h;is', been, appointed by;, the J profitsiast; .year' we're $7,500,000. u / yi,,,
i Viororia Orderof Xurse/as .^latroii--of'.f. virftrbMra"! Vbimg'niitl -"'-.���Vbbl-'.if^.' r��por"t-i
yt,!iyc.ty,bospita-Und,a,-,'iyedp.,y\Vcd-iedrtyll:lvil^^^^
ye,dav to-ente^on; her duties. / ��� ,,. /  -| CCH1VC1. that ythevyi parted ,'witii ' thdir
���''*'-' ���-' Dr. Duval; tlie eniiiientTre^by- /'interests iil the Cii]vand ,Nettie L.  on
'     ���---������- ���-        basis of$50Q,0&0.6ish/valueY forllii
,   ip.y in. oii
aiid I'l-oni .Moiidav, J lily ;2Sth to SAT-
IJinLVAYAGGUSTi'tbYinclusive.. .-"���"
Tendei-s   will  be "received   for, the
who 1 e oi- sepa 1-,-iI e pa rts of the,: work as
sbowb oil s|)ccificatioiis.;-//:;'':'/
Uculai's apply to-v-'iN^'rs^^Joh'iisUui,.'Ai*X-f.���i':.:-/i;hp/,Io��-v.st pi-- any.-./.tbi'ulei-. nol'yiioee-s-;-,
i-owhead,,  v'f 7'-" Y-/-:-7^^'^
I    Tlieijpecilieil conditions of contract
"ITlbB, 'SA lAi--A:li-iiiXaiid littiey g
���|.;���;;-.-,-business at/Ai-i-ii'vlieail/  Foi-
'bods,
i ia iv
'Ith. and 2bt   isi
yy r-r..'pi.,'21.!h,:
1. ;���!/!-/-;.! -pl'-iidiil-cpiiipilatioii'.
3b X, ii: 'Y/Kiuibcrly. B. f, and
y -Y N:iku.-p;-.ha- assigned to-F.
i'i.:,- /������! .Vilk'ii.-p...The'first meet-
.-'.-, 'ii!,-^-:   wa- eii lied for ���'-. \\'ed-
riK.oint.'iin.' ��� :Slie'lt''i*s will
ii YY-iicb rail go to ob.viate-the
of .stand big out ������when/''' i"ipt.'-iicual|y.,.(.-n,i
ill'- lilltt, ii 1 i��l as soiilliis 'possible a!
t(;lepli.oi)e,iiist'alle(,b. . ...V service roll is)
still openl, in id..'any Vvislfhlg- to /goiiij
,ean:bbta:in full,-, i,art:icu;l;irs' f|'o,iii'tbe.,'
captain'.���socfi'lnry. or  any   iiie,inber,oi ,!
.t/:i-i;iir/ ���d.iyiii'e, -of/ AVi'ilnipeg,-.;-, Who
aee.fi'i'sipiiiiiei.l   Afir.   VV byte's ]nii*ty,ie-
;ii!;iii!ocl,bi,t.he city-'.froiii AVrediiesd;iy
tifr. r.b:i)-'*d;iy ;i.n(l. uyiis the'guc.st of Mr.
'and Mrs.;\VY,M.-Lawrcncii; Y     y
. yMiV.AV'..(.:'.i'l;ii-ney left /yesterday/for
���Mynving.ii 'T,,..A!ta., .-md will, be.missed
l.-'y iiiiiriy'(t'.i(:\i)(U"slie.-iriade In'i*.,'.   ��� .Be-.
projiprties, jiiid that they eoiisidei'Fis
/-...,.. 1.   J. 1...     /-,.:'.... i .       /-.;'.  -:���      .-       .-..:.
British
tore w
wrly
nit'-iuli
i.Vllli
Creek'(ho -Cripple   C'reekV;p
i'Cp'hiiiihi.MY"-':' YY .'"-, ' ;       .' .""'���'��� ;'".-
/, "   ..���'.'���.-,������.'"    ���  ���   . . / ':-n-   -' ..-.-..        ,> ���
; -The--directors' of theyOjihir-Lado
syndiciite,;wlto wili.operate.the;Oyster
iind imperii)I'-g-rbups neiir Caniborne,
elected   VV".   BJ , Pool   president "and
���,...... >���    1     xiil-speciueu coiulitions of contract,
\VTA^TEI.)���-Mechanieiii  and'   KlecYi niust, lie. strictly adhered to;-i-��� i Y/.yy
VV Y triciil   Engineers  always   have! 1Y TFNDERS must be sealed;-endorsed
"-"l^;si!pport,vourself while- learning.  <���>''.','-!'."���';^Jll8i*(Jl;,'\Tj-',,,{1,^  f"J* ^ch"(l1
Iress I. C..S';,:BoxYiy0,/Xelsonl;B.Cii '^''^'"^   .!ltVAf^T 1.KI.) to tI,,S uiiilyir
c     ' , -.:'.     signed:  ,'ind   will close, at 0  p.  111. on
������rA-OT.E.D^Voiing-.'wo.iiipn'iii/dralt-- Tiiesd.-iv,"Au'gii"st, 12, 1!I02. ./    . Y"' .;'���'..
1'      : ino-'-ronins-. lem-ii-il    I,""'"'*���- A ������������'���---���'       '���   "
ing 'yroonis: . lea rii "i'a'L honieyito
earn good wages.    Ca Ih on or write VV,.
.HyMcDougalli/^oIsohf4J.':C.;-i-:-Y-------y'/
;\V^\iSiTED--!libleL proprielbi's;Acr
yVt. getyi;e^;is|eiys..at-. tbe-Kpoleniiy
Miii] Qlliciv/JfpvelstokoY  ry.i'Y
Mrs; Birney waspresebied. i niaiiagei', F.^V.yGodsal   vice-president
.-biiiKlsoihii/   c;i'-;<;    basket
���f theTi-iui Blue lodirei7
i��v
!.-'
'.���omiiiittei*:
������:   win,
-.i.|y so
'���!���     tl,.-.
iii.lYiv..
liiiv.'
1- "v.i.-itmg
lit ion lit' the
goi-eniuient,
II    on    ea.*v
:;     , .st, I'Ktkk's.'
���The Coronation' Service -formi-i'ly
,aiiiioiinci.-d at St, Peter.- Cbuil-b for.
1,'iiiori'o'w bii.- been withdrawn.   '���/
, A-Children.- '
Sunday inoriiin
-ei'viee Mill ho!,e!i|
nn
A'.-�����;
i'-bil,
'< lii'Jiiiiier
hand: ���
to t'lie'Cl
,' 'i.K'-l!.
\}'T <
'i the   -Mining
1      -     . ���    .    ��
I tS ;.  pl'lUClp.-li
ws   Xe.-t   coal,
il   eoneentriition;
ei'liil;
a
bis
c-rsian
in'itive
,Mi-:riio!ii.-r,
ilev. If. Iv. , Vo'osepb,
i iiiissioiiiii-y who labors' in'
i land, "will speak in (be,, Methodist.,
'���'church on .Sunday. i.In tlicmprning
bis subject ivjll be ".Vestoriii, .the only
: Christian   lihiireh- "iu   Persia,''nnd in
���mi-.
:1b!.
::n,,i
),i
Pi.rbal.i.i and   Iridili. ,'iud   (.'. li.
ai,���'������prospecting . the North
ii .valley, for grazing lands
j',,); stock', raising, in' which
y jni'-iid to engage.
:,y  ,,!'  '..\"ei\,     Vprk    anri
ji'-i.ipip.-es   buildup   the Dun-
and open   11 j>
acquired.
!ii.-try -111
V, -y:���!i',:y-,y  ,-,!'   '
ii.i'ric.-iu 'i'.-i|iiia!i.-t
', .-1:1 e!; ������-trie:tj/i,,|1U;iy
1 : ivy- ;,, t'.ai;,- cm art
i" land.- which are beioj
',':."-,,- M-mru'cd yesterday from
���p yiiiiii, r lie.bad', been called to
,;i iii'|ii'.-.-t. I .di, Dan, Campbell.
a-.drowned.
A - verdict
:ui-i!'i'd.' ���
in   the   lake    last
of accidental death
j the evening ''Condition
,' under Mohammedan ride." Tin; Kcv.
; gentlemeiiis a.' graduate/ of Victori.-i
t Lnjversity, Toronto. He comes
1 highly recommended by professors of
I Victoria .. I'nivcrsit.y, /iind by ��� Dr.
! .Stewar.t,-, of Wesley College, -Winnipeg,
iind is reported fo be an interesting
.speaker.
The picnic in'coiiiiectioii    with   the
Methodist   Sundiiy   school    was   held
yesterday iind was' a.great success,   all;
���enjoying.tlicnisclvcK tboroughly.    The
Indies provided 'lihcra.lt1 refreshments. 1
Much credit'lis   duo l.o   Messrs ..Bows',;
Lefenux, Wilson and   'others   foi'their
services.
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
������'������    .  ���    ,/K. OF. 1'',.   '
Y Bert/Howe, loft Sat, 1,1 t'day. 'anil IL-'-S.,.
'���Wilson aiid A,, t.'rowe left on   Tue-'-hiv
to reprt'sent the Gobi.. Bailee   lodgii at,
.tin,-   great, gathering, of': Ki'iights.
' I'ythi'.-i's at Sail Kraneiseo.,.'/
���''���������' ,-" ��� s,:o. 1:,��� ill's. . " .   .     .,:..'
Pro. ' Watsoii'', lc.'ive.s ' toinVirrow. *,.
represent; Loyalfy Lodge at the ''.nteet-
ing Of'   the   Stipreiiie   (rnriid    l.iidi:'.
tie:
liis
YK
Aiii'/iY- ii
��� !���'-! un-ii'-'l;f
at-'iN'M'tlV .-B'.-.i'id
irc.-.i'-yted ..t'b'i.'-
i,'li!il.t(-:(- of (bill at     M
; wen
-CC',,11
oii!   .-!limping   g
���Sir. ...King
-,. wi/ji!/   !., Niiilb
l-ebofhigeut has
iiiijd
���li. Hodge, of Ferguson, . solicitor ��� ani
j-secretary, -J. : l^iide, superintendent,
1 iiiperiiii'Bank,'Ferg.u.son, baiikeis. It,
tlas decided to'pu't iii ii s(aiii|i mill,
'trniiiwayyand power,..  . ���-,
..... r:W^
NO'tyicK/ro cox'iyi;AiCT6lw.|
(.'.iio'|-:.n"i-i:i,- Ciir.-Mu* IIijiikih,'.vi-'Xhm-
" y-    ��� :Y    Dunvhi:, II. (:,     - ���,
Any I'ui tbei' jnfoi'inatiiiii inay he ol):
'.tiiinfcd, froni Mr. J. 13. Ilendei'soii, inch-';
itect,  Griind  Forks, D. C, pi' either of
tlie School-Ti'iistecs. -   - Y   ���     -.''���;''
-.:i^y:.,yiy' v ' yy/Y7I-n^N.I{.Y-FLy.VP,'>'Vi .'
���' Si'i'i-etiii-y Kevelstoke..S)cbooll^()iii'iJY
/Hevelstoke,"li. C, July21,'pm.'y"���''" "
\Jewelry $tore
' y
i ri
'!';
'Ol,
���w
of   -wonien j.Sons of Kngla'nd.   a,l    VV'iunipeg 'next,   n.".:;
-iiii..i
!   Ib
niyyy.
::-.ii/r^:
.'!!i "tV,
1! i-f-ai
ay lb
���t'tiie'
Voiit.
bridgi.-mi'ii on t ),<��
.- maiiiten;iiice-of.\vav
' lavt- -'yeiir.
at Mr. King
������ifiaij-t.'-iiiiiiee ���.iifh'viiy
\i',:    1 .-������..,, I-.,./,,,     a,-.,.-,, -.-/.i,,1.1.1'   '(hi. i-Cll''��AJjKI> J'KXPKK.S, |ii-d|,ei-ly'indoi-sed, wi
V\ e   have been .slum 11 son f ol   I he j ^  ,���,,.,.,.,.,-v,.,| , v L|,-u k',,,.',!...^,,,.,] ������.,��� ;,������
ore   front it be ���new,cpp|ioil gold   strike ;.of l.lioiii.b".Soiiiieiuboi-'n'exl., foi- tlie (n-eetioii 1111
.it    is-
upheld
01.1 -ftoivnie C.'*.'(
bi'ighfc'.-tiirirotil om
things   in  K'ootenay..
(.'lasses, of (.iri
ill
  -..^  .......ip,,,^,,  ,,|,  1.1 inlOll
j'llioi1 n'old    strike : of tho lit.lr.Seplemlioi-'n'ext, foi" tlio erection nnd
ii-iib-li   l',',cI-��' ,'i�� il' il i coinplelloii of 11 bridge across (,'ai-peuk-i- (.Ireek,
MliKll. looks. ,ls 11 ll,jnn |||0 ,j|10 ,,t* (y,lt. pn.-senl, slriielui-e, ill Xew
.of    Iho, biggest-! Denver, West ICootenay DI.stciel.H.O.. .
'Fliere' ,-n-/. i wo '    '���''"' 'li'iiwiiiji,' Hpeeiilealions and eondilions of
J111..11-,    * ''-   . '    ! loinlcriiiK'  and   i-ouli-iiel.  may be seen at. the
pvrliottlle,.   resembling ; Publle   \\ioi-ks. Fiiuiiieei-'s  olliee,    I .a nils and
BANKING.
yy y        y   .*  :>   ,i-.'.r*"'V J>-.-, *^"V'"-"".,a.:;   ,:"","-,"-"'*s   I'.iiKiiieei-s   olliee,    IjiuiIs ,-ind
the Le l.'oi un- olyK'oSsland, and ch.-i'l- '������ u,',','kh IV;)"."'"'nion 1. Vieloi-in, H. Cat iheoilleo
y.-l'yrite   of.good   grade.   Assays   of &' ^''^7X: T,S^,t��^
-tins ore liavc el ven  as   rmieli   >u< 911 .,-/������! Kaslo, Il.iC-..-citi mid afle i- .ih,. int.  .v,,.-,,/! i,,'.'
A      I'U-ilpl)
,r;ii'oii.-���t'
���!.'   'klK
:-    tor. la;
tal of $15.
n by'$.L'Wi!i
,t :
is ore
'i-i it
"���'l.-
.ii.pie.
(.-given as iniich iis 211
. K..Vdair
place of \Y
Aii'instaI
meet in-'  of
Titi't: iii.ii:>.'
hii's'lieen elected
I'L Birncy. rcsigii
, ..MilSO.N-ir.
'��� t     . I-   ���
lafion will 'tiiki
'llie. li'ViVii
Wi M, ii
j)biee a!
��� The 'f'ii.'irndjau Bunk
is ('ijibiiiiig briiij'-bc- at
10! ii,;ir.(( \i-i-j'.-a.wa.i ALi.o.
Haf. .AHlci-liil. ���'
o! ��� Cbliiiiieree
Treii'-re ('.uy
;Mi'l, -Vledi'/ili'-
froni tbe
iiitfi-ii-Ktcd
\Yi-M-y, ;mi
channel,
1-   1    11 ;"  '""-��� y''���'"���   l"Jvin-i    e 1, Airon ,
Kl'inl0"      C"'(""""i "'i1''1' ���""���' ""' -Viiau.it. in-
-lilaelit.eiiilei- nuist be a.eeoiii|innie,l' liv an nu-
a-  ,,1,., ,,.1 1       - .. .    |.oopl,o(l clie<|iio oi-eei-tilleale of, depusif. made
;V\ 01 kIi-ow bus shown IIS ��� a  fine I liayab e to Uie, iuider.siKiied. for lhe sun!1   Of
of-cold    bi-oiicbf... iii i,v    him - V"'c'5 'iiii"'1'''1.1 (S?1!" 'lolkii-s. a-; suciirily I'm- i|U!
contract, which filial!' be
is as well worl.li" it
vi.-il.us aii iiii gallery. ,'l'ho JeVvelor
and/Silver .Smitli's
. Art Is  ono of  t,l|o
oldest and lines!: its
;|ii-oduel,ioiij( iiinoiiB
tlio .inost exipilsite. ;
Ifsiieh  things arc
iiotiii-tislic Iliey iiro
of little value.    '    '
J. G-.ny Barber s
���gold    lirougl
him.
|il:icei-claim iii. which hi" is
,With. I)r. 'iCiiru'thei's', F.;!|.
'I.'iiyiiioi.id A Hen onilie old
Tbi- gidd  iviis'laken from a.
1 due fii'irilini-ut, of ih��:
I
in
gol'
toinorrow. night.,
; LABORS CALL
^I'oL.Chapterj^'.jy,.   j(),,k;
',. ',���     ���     j'fb'y   balane.
'bi-kn.-riiiks -bipj,, r| .^J.OOO.OOO
bar-,,' to'   Europe  yJa.sjti''  week,
iis  il"   ill': St.il fo-  is    lo.-ti.-iV
ol   lead-'-;  so  long iii    its
I";
1 I'criiio.
.'i I bin lion
ci
'���oinjiulsory
eiliatioii law.
strike . has   di'a wn; for-
to- the  necessity  for a
irbiti'iitioii ���    ii lid  -   eon-
A. noteworthy   feature.-of  ;t,he Can-.
iidiaii    Stock- Exyrdiiinges (luring   (be
pas!, two m'oiilh.s -has been the steady ;
and- .-.ti-ciiig ''iblviinei!   in   bank   .-dwire.q,..'
Tlie   linjici-ial   Ba ii ,'i   b:i s ; scored   an i
'poi/ii." 25 feel abovei'bedrock, and 111-
diyite- tlie possibility i.f a rich strike
; bei'Mg -'innd'e when1 l,,e Iroi-k is reached.'
The .- prc-pcciy of'the property a re.so
j,-i 1 ecu raging thai the owiifis' 'al'e.'ar-
I'inigiiig.to I'-l ;i., contniot to eon.-ii'ucl
a -ditcb to bring in a supply, o'f.waler'1
ii-oiii Caiiip'.G'reek.-i'.i (hatysjiiicing op-1
'������rations can.I,,. ('ontiniioii.-Jv Ciirried .'
oil! ' '.. ���!
jorfeilcd.il. lhe iiurly lendcrin-,'deeline in enier
into conli-.icl when called 'upon lo dn so, or if
he  lad .l.o  (oinpletolli., work cnnli-aeled for ���'
I bo cliei|iie.- ul  iinsiiccossl'iil Iciiderers will be !
rotiinied  to lliom  upon  llie.cxeciiliiin eftlic','
(���oiiIi'ik;!. y.'      j
Tenders will m.l- t.<; enii^idered- unless iniide'
out 0111 bo foi'iiis .supplied, mid s-igneil witli thei
iiol.imlslKnnl.iii-eofllii. leiiderei-s   ���-'��� .   :   I
Thelowcsl oriiiiy lender not; 'iuW^nrllviii-'
eeplcd. ���..'.���'���'' .      I     ,       '     ''
���   ,, - Y    -    -     "   . ' W..YS,' COIIK,
I i-|,illy (���)���,,ilsslniH.-i- of Lands and Works.
-|,(iitdi end \�� orks l),.!p,ii-tin<.||i
,Vii;l.oi-in, 1'J. (;.;5ib ^uKiisf. iiliij.- ,    'jj,,?
READERS,
, 'TIT���< is XOI'/T I'nj,,,,:
T ���    "        ) 01' xlimilil siijijmrl il.
���I
''iidviiiicc   of iibi.i
I /'^T-i'etwoon  Second- street,   audi    ijne way toll,,  t|l;l(.  is  |0  p;,ti-oniz,
1 J   rciiiel...'rv.      Sunday,   nftcniooii, ' (lie firms whose(idvi'itisciiieiilsappe.-ii
...... ........... J M I  l-.'l   I
lady's cuff with gold link.7 Findci
PRICE,
Ifuhhep   , ,
/Stamps .
Notary
.Seiijs"
Wax Seals
Stencils . '���,.
price.     '���..-���'������
]\hirkers
Printing
Wheels
! Numbering
Machines
hand I lilting
and Numbering .Stumps
Cheek    ,
.Perforators
11 ubbor 'I'ype
t-rown I'rint-
'��(,' Pi-csses,
oto., etc.,
Your  Patronage  respectfully solicited
Will
(bis.
ol    i.C'lee-    ooi.Wj     M, '    '   >'   "' HOKIIIIIK.      I'lIKll'l'. Will : 111 IlilS   paper. 1}    n,
tl   twelve   points   m j be r(-wa,dcd by having it aflhisoflicc. j the KwTikvv MMLl
i��i.��T.' in !M(b,ii,K n,enS| THE H.J. FRANKLIN STAMP WORKS
1 YAVIWVYm, B, c.
th.
\
imm��
mm
IPC'V." "Wm'VWB!.""" :<vjnni\v>n���vv ��� rt   '.Ji"-_.j   fl'"1J|*��ilnll-jo. iif i ��.��-i.���-"qm." nv-f'<'~ -��l   ,J'*,T   ''  "J���."-�����'"!>��� ������I'll'"    �����' 'J< I"1 WJ"W BI. NJ J J^hwuin  ��.,,..������,..���.....   au.^ilir^L   u lyM'   ,���   miHB>..|n. Jii-r myig^1"1 I1."l"" umi J ��� ���rJ>��f>1'  l'4'^.t. '- j "-1 FT* ir*rir"F'B*'L'TT**T.im.'"i-Jt'I '.W.'gJ U" ' ��� my^ary* iUAIll'   \'t1 �� ���,,.
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