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 /"' f  ". f  /  Vol. 3.���������No. 16.'  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, ft <X AUGUST,   8, 1806.  $2.00 a Year.  A NINETY THOUSAND  DOLLAR SALE   AT ILLECILLEWAET  '��������� ENTHUSES   THAT CAMP  And Shews North Kootenay to be Com-  0      ing to the Front���������Busy Season in  North Fork and Trout Lake���������Doings at Lardeau and Big- Bend���������  Heavy Record List.  HIG   H1SNJJ.  " Geo. Laforine'.s pack train arrived in  Revelstoke Tuesday and went up again  Thursday.c ������   '    , .  The Columbia Hydraulic Co. have ] 1  men employed working day and night  shifts. Everything^'in good shape.  A partial clean np vv.-is made Inst Saturday, on  S  boxes  and  fully   realised  ' their most sanguine expectation. They  will continue sluicing as long as the  water hold.- out. ^ -      '  The Revelstoke .Mining Co. linye arranged   to  commence'  vvork  on. their  ��������� properties on Carnes Creek known as  the Itosehery group. The orje is an  arsenical iion and there is a hig lead of  jt. John Boyd went up'to start work  Monday. .This group will prove a  very promising property judging hy  the character-'of thu ore seen. ,   ,  ILLECILLEWAKT.  , t  Another large sale was nego'tialed-al,  ��������� this ramp last week. Capt. Grant, who  had nil A interest in tlie Maple Leaf  and Oak Leal" mining claims,' sold out  l.o the. C&i-ihon Gold Fields Oo. for $17,-  000. They had already bought A. Fy  Mcliiunnii out tor $13,000 making in  all $90,000. The ore body on the .Maple  Leaf is immense and has iieen vvell  proved and the Gold "Field people have  got a great property l.o work. They  will now put in then wire cm in 'nnd'  coneentrntor and push these el.lims for  , all they are worth.  . The Dun \ egan, Me.--ir- Boyil and  Jl.-iin, have got ' their p.ick train i at  work and ore ivill now keep co.-.ihig in  ,lo Flat Creek siding hii-klv.  The   prospects  for   III' '-dlevv.iet are  improv ing' 'every   day' <i..d-the camp  will once iig.iin'eiite.i'-ill'-.ore  shipping  - list, of the district.   Everyone in  (minis jubilant.  On the Ninth Fork,-Too, an active  season may he, expected. Now thatc  Capt. Grant has disposed of his .Maple  Leaf interest, he propose- to put in lag  strokes mr"the .property he -lately  bonded on the North Fork. They are  the Waverly, Montagu", Tangier, Old  Hand, and Detroit. , He will put 10  men to win k as soon as the'trail and  supplies are put through .vhieh will he  iu 10 day-. The ore i.- a silver one with  gray copper'au'd some gold assaying as  high as 500 ounces in silver, $10 in gold'  iind l per cent 'copper. The properties  are. situated,lihnut 20 miles from the  railroad track at Albert Canyon and  the grade to the. summit is easy enough  for a good waggon road.  A.nuinher of piospectors are in the.  North Fork camp and good properties  nre being discovered.      ' '    ,  .,  on theiii. Kiiiman says the property  now looks as if it may become a dry  (ire one, as it carries snip burets of  silver, native copper, and ruby .silver.  Thelead'is 30 feel, wide and" will he  crosscut at a depth ol 10 feet, 30 of  which is now in.  A  Hamilton   has  made  a  strike  of  i  coarse cube-galena about a mile from  Trout Lake and one mile tin the  mountain from the waggon road.  ' The Knowles strike on the extension  of the Silver Cup is a great' one in  every respect. Jt is easy of access and  convenient to work. The surface has  been crosscut on lhe lead shewing  several stringers of cleat' ore froni" one  to eight inches wide about half' of it.  being gray copper. Work is being  pi.shed on it'i'ighl, along.  There were at least 20 claims .staked  out on Gainer Creek last week. They  are all promising 'piospects judging  fiom the samples brought, in.  Mrs. Warren, Trout Lake's lady  prospector,- 11,-i's "struck" il, as vvell .-is  the "hoys.'' She .with others have  staked -1 claims on the Duncan summit  of the South Fork.  A number of prospectors  have gone  up the North Fork, but word  of their  hitting   something  has  not yet. been  received.'                  "                   ���������  The Cariboo Gold Fields Co. aie  starting vvork on the Broad vie,w, Old  Sonoma and Philipsburg claims. They  bonded these a short time ago and on  the 1st of August paid up their first,'  deposit, of 10 per cent.     ' ,,  "Jake" Hoar's snow shoes 'wore  found the other, day but the body has  not yet. been recovered. .  LAltUISAU.  Assessuie.it work on the Lucky Four  claim which is iight on the Lnidea'ti  Trout Lake waggon road proves it to'  he one of considerable' promise. The  owners, Dave. Cowan, W. Glenn,  Arthur Cunningham, and Sandy McCormick intend to put in more work  right away so satisfied are they with  its appearance.  J. A. M.-igee, of the.Kootenay Lumber  Co., has a crew of men engaged in  clearing ground-on the new townsite  at' the .mouth of Fish Creek. They  have here a, most favorable, spot for  efficient handling of logs, booms, and  all the business of a large sawmill.  They expeer lo have the mill ,,riinning  iu ii very short lime.  I. T. Brewster i������,having the work on  the Silver "Tip group done ou the Silver  Tip claim itself. Everything is looking  .splendid on this propoily and the  owner is confident of, having a big  thing.  Cory iMenhinick intends to move his  hntel'building right nwiiy to the-new  location at the mouth of Fish Creek.  It. Jamicson, M.E., representing Sir  Chas. Boss, | in id a visit, recently to the  Sable Creek properties of the Kootenay  Consolidated Co.  The "hoys" are putting in a good  trail to the Glengarry group and will  he. through in about a. week or ten  days.  The mining receipts at. flic   Linden ii  record ollice for that division   for  the  'nioiit.il of July leached thesuin of $112.  which is a large increase over the.   corresponding term of last year.  Til OUT I.A1CK.  JCii'iman,    Ahrahanisoii     Bios,    and  Well-, wini own the .Holy iMomom -group  of I claims on   flic   West  .Fork., of  the  Duncan, arc doing  considerable  work  J'-ROj[ THE .MtVlSO RECORDS.  Revei-stokb���������  August, 3��������� Hope, 13. .McBeau..  , " ���������   5���������Aristocrat,    W. J Rogers.  "     -I���������Transfer���������Aberdeen.'      T.  Bain to J. M. Kellie, one-half interest,  consideration $1.  Laudeau��������� " "  June S--AIal)aslo!-. R. Sanderson.  ' ' 5���������Royal Oak,   J. II. Jauiieson.'  July   1���������.Sultana,   A. Gainer,,'J1. Mea-  , . '      ' den, A Ali-Lend.  .'    ,      ' 3-Wren, P. Arena.  12���������Uril.l.ani.1, 0. It ilaudo.  ���������Juno, B. F. Ramey.  ���������'Aciiie,' II. A. Mclviiln'on.  '   .  ' _Western,* R. W. Western  L")���������Region, P.'Arena  ��������� Bike, W. B. Poole  ' '10���������Billington,   II. Puinikelt, G.  IJadfield  Hi��������� Ftbelworth; G. Il'adfieid  hi--lladlieid, ' 11. Pinnike't,   0.  '    Hadfield,    \V.   Morton,.  J.  Peterson  10���������Morton,  W. Morion  , '10���������Monitor, 0. Fni-linison  10-Miii'gai-et, F. Edgar  20-ICagle, Geo. Prentice.  20-Ella A, J. J. Lunily      ���������  '20���������Handy Andy, A McCormick  August 1���������Silver King No. 2,   J C Goie  1���������Crown Point, GD Scott  Tkout La ice--  Juno 10���������Canadian, J Belle way  11-Ski, J O Pipei        ,   ,  1-1��������� Tuscan, TTayloi  22-Thistle, F K Johnson  22���������Shamrock, W Johnson  '"  22���������Beau Mn Chive,  Iil Kininan.  N Abi'iihamson,    J 0 Piper-  July  1���������Vera, R A Fyll'einore  1���������W & K, F B Wells  1���������Baldkofl'er,    (J Ahrahamson  0���������Litllo Chief, G Olson  0���������Neptune,   A Peter-son,   EG  Mover  0���������Cilcimidc, R A FylVemore  10���������Whistler. J Met hilly  10���������Sha.'ir.ui,  Ii D Brewster  11 ���������Stiir, W Jennings  11���������Suunyside, E Ilillinan  13���������Tain.ir, J Knowles  It���������Oriental, A Sandon, O Jacob-  son, O <risen  'lo���������OuL-ol'-Sight, J. Dixi'm  !(!���������-('uuibcrland,    J W M Hoar  1(5��������� Dominion,  J C Kirkp.urick  J���������������Atlantic,  17���������Surprise, If Ross  17���������Nugget Fraction.   D Ferguson  17���������Nelson, L Melin  -  IH- Mill, J C Kirkpatrick  IS���������Silver'Tip,  J. A Verschoyle  20���������Noi f hei-ii Light. J Mckenzie  20���������Northland, Sain Woods  20 ��������� Winl lirop, L P Peterson  20-Black Jack, A Ifillman  23���������Davi-y, J Snell  21���������Alpha, RN Laurie  28���������Montana, C Schomberg  28���������Janet B, ��������� Jeiuiings  2!J���������Biooklyn, ��������� Taylor  2!)���������Brandon, ��������� Mayer  20���������Brant ford, ��������� Moore  2'J���������Gold Bug, ��������� Livingstone  30 ��������� Devlin, Klapach A: Devlin  30--Kxcelsior, ��������� Williams  30 ���������Winona,  .'il���������liide|)(.'ndent, W Spilt-al  31���������Red Rover,  31 -Death-on-the-Tiail, Madlow  31  -Little Toiinny,   Warden  31 - Silver Chief, Siewnil  31     I'lihy Silver, Kn kp.ilrick  31    Spokane, Taylor  31   -Kaslo. Melin  August 1   -St. Flino, Downing  1���������-Lust, Horse, Loiiucr&Gni-liirk  August,] ���������Yankee, Ramey  3��������� Plymouth, Wolvert-on  3 ��������� Horseshoe. Wainsh-y   ���������  3-Silver Bell, Johnnson  , 3���������Laura J,   Fiaucis 6c Roger  -i     3-^Vard.        ,     ���������'  5���������Silver Tip. Jennings  a���������Nickle Plate, Olson k. jlicob-  SOll.  3���������Valdcz, Brown 6c P.U on  (3���������Shamrock, Dixon 6c McGilli-  vr.-ty  o���������Silver Mill, Ililluian  ���������   '       si��������� Silver Dollar, McGregor.'  Extensions���������Plato Prince,   White Owl  and Silver Tip.  TltAXSJi-BllS.  June S���������American, Kininan &Kdwards  ,.    ��������� all   inteiest  (o   Abi-ah.imsou  Bros.-, consideration $1  11���������Spy, J." Beauregard half iiitor-  ",   e.-t   to  A. McDotigald,   consideration $150.  1-1���������Mountain   Queen, ^".7.   Curry  half  interest,   lo   John    McCartney, con. $1. '   ,  17���������Five Coinage,  W. O. Y,*iwkl������y  ���������'   ���������         oiie-h'ft h to A. O. Murphy,'$l.  July 25���������True Fissmv, F. D. Novvoll all  ������*            intrest to li. F. Cassell, '$],  August 1- Spokane, Taylor full interest  ,,   - ,        to,Osier."                            ,'  0���������Biiniioi-kbiirn,   McPhaie one-  eighth  to Stone.  '    _ ASSESSMENTS.  '.  June 0���������Alice   Murphy  ($100 in lieu of  vvork).  22���������������������������Biidshot, No. 2."),   Butte,  Lone  Pine,  Perry Lode,  Leadville.  ���������Vjax;      0, Mohie Mack;      10.  Giay .Kagle : 1 1, Queen  Bess;  '    '       17. High Grade'; IS, The Bow,  Tbe Raven ;      2-4, Columbia;  2T), Mary Bell, Nettie L, Leadville.  August':*���������Smuggler,    Hecln,   Denver.  HOW, THE MONEY IS SPENT  i r ^  And ' Where���������The' Gold Commissioner  Talks of his trip through Trout  Lake- and Lardeau.        ���������   .  Gold, Commissioner Graham, who  has been for a week in the Trout Lake  and Liu-dean distiicf's inspecting the  road work there, gives the following  account of what has been done and is  now in progress :���������   ��������� _   __  July  Ore Shipments via Revelstoke.'  ,  Fur week ending Aug. S.  ,    Slocan Star, 120 tons   valued   al $10,-  Ool; Idaho, 19 ttuis, $2,S00; Enterprise,  3!>i   Ions,   $1,057.      Total���������17S.I    tons,  $1S, 103. 'All for Omaha.  Metal Quotations,  k, Au1'  5.���������  New Yoi  P.;ir silver-..'.".'.'. .'...* -"iR5.  Copper' (Brokers price).'. ..811.10.'  Lend ,'���������"        "      S 2.70.  THREE IN A CELL:  Provincial Buildings a'Disqrace toQthe  Government and Town.  , Another instance was affoided tin's  week of the total inadequacy of lhe  present government ollie'es, chiefly of  the lock-up, to deal with,the. demands  made upon its space. The -gaol (save  the mark) nl t hi.s place consists ol two  miserable cells of rough hoards' 0x5  in  size  and  in   each   of   these   tin  ce   men  were packed foi- one day this week'like  sardines in a box. There i- no excuse  tin- such an occurrence as ibis that i-- a  shame on iiny 'civilized' government.  Imagine being locked up in a hole like  this with two oilier per.-ons and the  desire for escape from suffocation  would alone drive you to break it open  "(the cells are very insecure) for which  there is a severe penalty.  The other-portions of  the unices are  in   keeping   with    the   -'cooler."   Tne  constable-1 room-is a c >.i;> G cl') in  size,  and the  court  room   i-.   used   bv   the  prisoners a- a dining room.    The front  or main  ollice   is  ail   in   one   without  partitions, good   furniture,   vaults   or  any  of  flic appurt-.,'naiices  of an   important, office.    Tlie building is  old, }i  was built in 'So, and of logs, mid   a bout  $200 has been   expended   on   it  iii   Uie  last two ;yenrs lo try nnd make it  look  respectable.     It.  is .cold   in   winter,   is  leaky, and  altogether  uncomfortable.  There are a   mass   of  iiupoi taut documents nnd records for  whii h   the  safe  is too small, and   which  should   a  fire  occur would be   surely  lost.    There  is  no place   for  the   iiianv   visitors   who  come asking t In-agent for intorniation  to be  leceived   with  comfort,  in,   and  I hey no doubt form   the  opinion   from  the  place   that,   the   government  who  maintain it i- bankrupt.    It is an   eye.  sore to  everyone,   and   should    be   at  once, replaced with a respectable building worthy of the town.    The government,   who   can    build   million   dollar  building.-, in Victoria, and give  Nelson  a  good   roomy  gaol  and   court  house  when not as  large   ns  this  place,   e.-iii  surely   aifoid   to   do   something     for  Revelstoke in the way of buildings.  This place i- a most important one  .���������md is growing daily, ifere, visitor.-,  from the Fa-t and West to Knot en.iy  arrive and depart., and everyone of  them are--lux ked at the rickety, disreputable, and unsightly old building."  which are occupied by the representatives of the Government of B. C.  , - "Arriving   at   Tlioinsoii's,, f"found  that the bridge , over Thomson   Creek  had been taken out by the floods.  This  i.s,the only one on, the  Lardenn  Trout,  Lake road that vvas carried away,  and  it is now   being  replaced   bj-   Craig 6c  Ilillinan.    The road from Thomson's to  Trout    Lake   City    is    iu , very    fair  condition, except foi   one .had  or soft  place which wilL.be coi duroye'd.   From  Trout Lake to lhe Folks of Gainerand  Lardeau  creeks  the  trail'is   iu  fairly  good shape, but f detailed Mesley   and  pai Iners to do some grade work on the  big   hill which   is  very steep.     From  the  Forks   I    went,   accompanied   by  Andrew   Abrahamson   as    guide,    to  Suniinit' Lake,   about  0,000   feel    ele-,  v.'ition, and'down again to the Forks of  Summit.,and   Healy  creeks,   which  is  some. 3,000 feet lower; then f continued  on to the Abbott and Wagner groups.  I found that. iiiostl"of the trail from the  Forks to Abbott group  had ' been  cut  out by the   Abhoit owners,   and  from  the Abbott to  lhe" Wagner  the same  had been  done  bv  the latter  people,  who had'also'assisted in the vvork from  tlie Forks.   Mrs. Wan en (Press Woodruff's sister) wife of one of the owners,  presides over the culinary department  at  the.   Wagner,  and  enjoys  the experience, immensely.     I'   found    the  Abbott, working O.inen and the Wagner  0.   On the'Abbott they are   "in" 2S0  feet   while   the   Wagner   is   working  above the glacier.-uid everything seems  satisfactory.    Quite a number of  prospectors, about 25 or 30,   have   come" up  from Kaslo to Hall Creek, and go in to  Trout Lake for supplies.    They report  heavy fires all over lhe Duiiean.    Back  at Trout Lake City,   I  went,  into  Lardeau, find looked over the  Fish   Cieek  waggon l'oad (Which is coinjiletudnit for  one ('No. 3) section.    Heavy ro'ck   vvork  havijig been encountered here^a bridge  ���������110 feet long "is  being  put   in.   and  is  now probably complete    Owing to the  carelessness of some prospectors,   foul  bridges on this ioad have been   burned  and lost and are now replaced.    On the  last section, two-thirds of it is in   rock  slides, which is all   rip-rapped  on   the  outside.    Lardeau Creek, on this   Fish  Creek road too, has changed its cour.-e  iii the   recent  freshets,   and   for some  distance used the road way for,a   bed.,  This part, is now being cut out   higher  up and will he completed this week.  A  party ol' 10 men under Hugh  Ross  are  cutting   out   a   trail   to   Boyd   Creek  which will enable prospeclois to get. to  tlieir claims and open up a big  section,  even  over to  the    Duncan,    country.  A road has .also been made from  w.-itei  at Galena Bay  to   the   ranches.    Drift  'on the road at Hall's Landing is   being  cut, out bv Lovcll.  * r  " The mining outlook is most promising in both Lardc.-iu and Trout Lake  and men are crowding in fast., Sti ikes  of good quality arc. being made often,  but 1 did not have tins.' to look into  theiii. The records in both oh"icc.s  show a substantial increase in .business  and everyone in Ihe camps seem satisfied with their prospects.  done so, 'and   responded  cheerfully  to  the Iiear-tv and   vociferous  encores  so  - ,  appreciatively demanded. . Every  -hade of feeling, from pathos to passion,  vvas delivered with proper power and  he fairly carried his audience with him  spell bound through all the exquisite  moods of his music. The remark was  general when, he filially c.c-ncluded that  hi- like would probably not, be heard  in Revelstoke again. He vvas well sup-,  ported by Misses Pauline Stein,  .soprano, and Gertrude Baker, pianiste.  , Remciiyi w.-inhoi'ii inMoskole, Hungary,  about 18(0, enlisted as a hoy with' the  Hungarian insurgents, "was compelled  to fly to Fugiand, and there became  solo-violinist to the Queen., He subsequently returned to Hungary and  occupied Ihe same position to tin,*  Fm'peror of Austria. His first'lour of  America began iu '7S and he has since  rounded) he world winning plaudits and  reputation '- everywhere., This,, will  probably lie his last tour as though  not 'so very old, he feels his age  heavily.  -   ,' BATS AND SPHERES.  ,      '-* -  Revelstoke Defeats Donald 'at Baseball  in a Close,Game.   .  The Iong-tnlked-of hut much-delayed  game of base-ball, between Donald  and Revels.*,oke, vvas played on the  Revelstoke grounds last Monday. 'As  it is customary with Donald to do all  things well a large number of ladies  .���������ind backers accompanied , their team,  and, as the game progressed, watched  'vvith'pi'ide the, efforts of their townsmen to win the match. It was Itevel-  stoke's day, however, and the Donald-'  ites must come again or we go to them  before they win."'  When the game was called atone  o'clock theie was a' goodly attendance  of spectators. cDonald won the, loss  and went, to bat. Urquhnrt led off  and he 'and Francis were retired in  quick succession. B.-iines had scored  the only run when Lappen completed  the triplet. Patterson led for Revelstoke and pounded the sphere for a  i*iii������ ; VandaJJ, Conell and J. Edwards  each scoring before Donald's pitcher  got down to vvork, when Bates,' Calder  .���������md Allen were'rotirod in turn. In the  second inning- Donald scored 5 and  chicagoed   tIiechoiiie team.  The visitors made their hest scoring  in the third innings, each one tallying  except Francis���������Williamson and Lnd-  .iici t.vo each. At the close of the third  innings it began to look like Donald,  home  FROM ALL QUARTERS.  HAPPENINGS   OF   INTEREST FROM  ��������� HOME AND ABROAD.  Laurier Lionized at Ottawa���������Alabama  .Leads for Silver���������Stock Specula-,  tors Suffer���������Killed in Climbing-  Lords vs. Commons ��������� Wholesale  Election Protests in B.C.  Orr Wednesday, Hon. W. S. Fielding wiis elected hy acclamation' iu  She.lhurne, N. S. '  Sir Clin.s. Tupper's nnd Mr. Foster's  .seats have been protested.  The Liberals are protesting 11 seats  in Ontario. , ,.  On Monday, Hon. J. I. Tarte wns'  elected in St-. Johns and Iberville' hjr  acclamation. .  Hon. Mr. Pnterson has left for  North Grey and vviil tnke chances of  ,being returned there ou the 18th.  ,.A great public  demonstration   wm .  given Hon. Mr. Laurier nt Ottawa ou  rWednesday.'   The procession  took  an  hour and a  quarter  to  pass  a  given  point.      '" ,  t (  The seats"of Messrs Karle and Prior,  in Victoria; Maxwell, Burrnrd; Mc-  Tnuis, Vancouver Island; and Bostoek,  Yale-Cariboo, were all protested last  Saturday.  A young American who has been in  the hills witlra party of amateur hill  climbers, near Lnggnn, wns killed on.  Mount Lefroy, while ascending it������'  western slope. His name is Phillip S.  Abbott, of Milwaukee.  ���������An Open Air Festival.  A most successful- social ,���������was given  by Ihe ladies of the Church of hhigland  on .Monday evening, the nelt   proceeds  of which amounted  lo $55.00.    During  the base-ball   game  .Mrs,  Sibliald   presided nt  the  relVesliiuent stall, and in  the, evening   Mesd.imos    Coursier,   IL'  Bom-ne, Sinyllii'anil Northey assisted  in   dispensing   ices,   etc.,   l.o   a.   large  gatlii'i ing.     Mrs.   Cour.siei-'s doll   was  the fen t are  of  lhe  evening and when  won   by   nn   eligible   young  bachelor  occasioned    much   amusement.     The  shooting gallery, which  was  managed  by   Mrs. (Jr.ige,, was   well   patronized  nnd    Mrs.     Northey's   boqiiets     were  eagerly  bought.   The  local orchestra,  who kindly gave their  services, added  a great deal   to' the   pleasure   of   the  evening   and   tlieir   music,   vvas much  appreciated.    Gaines were  played   till  about    11   p.m.,   when,   after   a    ino-,1  pleasurable evening's fun, people disposed to their hoines. The ladies who  worker! so hard to make a success of  the social aie to be 'congeal ulated on  Ihe result.  Kuvklstokic Fui.-.vitijiii-: F.voroi:v -  Ciowley it Co. supply (le.ile.is and stoie-  keepers viilh bedding, couches, hid  lounges, spring beds, cu:., at figures  below importer.-;. Xmnd .for priceylisl.  Opposite. Central- Hotel, .Revelstoke.-  The Great Musician.  Reinenyi delight ed everyone who  attended the concert on Tuesday evening. That he is a master ol his art  was evident by llie music he made and  the .sympathy between himself and his  insl i-uiueiil, bespoke the genius. Although old now, his li.-i.nl has not lost I  its cunning, neit her is hi.s eye (or ear)  (liiinued nor is liis naliu-.-il lorcea baled,  lie played to the people of Revelstoke  wit li as much gii-lo ,-is   lie   would   piny  the home team had only scored two,  making a total of 0 as against 15. The  Donaldites made. 3 in the fourth and 3  rn'the fifth, the home team also scoring  3 in Ihe fourth and adding seven more  in .the.-fifth. This still left, Donald a  good lead which they increased in the  sixth by fl more. <  It. was dollars to doughnuts now that  fhe visitors would carry off the medals,  .���������ind things were looking very blue fee',  the boys in'white. Donald scored 1, 2,  3, in the next three innings. -Revel-  stoko scored Tunis in the seventh and  vvas again chicagoed in the eighth.  When the home team came to bat for  the la-t half of the ninth they-were  .nine behind nnd tlieir chance-' of evening up seemed so'vei y slim that Donald  money went begging, find even most of  the spectators looked upon itas a folorn  ell'oi t which, at best, could only result  in lessening the visitors' lend. But il  was "difVeren'i wilh the Duil'ys" this  I hue. The first, six nien who stepped  to the plate scored amidst the vociferous cheering of their now enthusiastic  friends. Things were getting iuleiest-  ing. Only 3 lo tie, and no one out yet.  Donald's slock went down with a thud  that loosened the stump fence which  on laments two sides of the ball ground.  The man in the box seemed to loose his  nerve, notwithslanding the fact that  the next batter went out. The next  four men scored and the game was  won. Only one man out yet. The.  Don.'ildil es threw up the sponge and  the conclusion wnsi reached amidst,  cheers for the victor's and the vanquished.  Following is the individual totals:  Donald���������R. Urquhnrt, c, 2; K. Francis, 2nd !>., 3; C. Baines, p., 5; J. Gil-  more, 3rd b., -1 ; J. Lappen; r. I'., I ; J.  Ladner, s.s., 1 ; G. Williamson, 1st h.,  3 ; 0. Mat han, c. f., 5; W. Bonus, 1. f.,  3.���������Total, 33. =-  Revelstoke���������J. Patterson, r. f., 5; F.  Vaiiilall!'2iid b., T; C. Conell, c, 5 ; J.  Edwards, 1st b.; 5 ; J. Bales, 3rd lr.,3;  A. Odder, r. f., 2; J. All-n, p.. 1 ; E.  Kdwn',rd������, c. f., ���������! : Rev. F. Yollaud, s.s.  2.���������Total, 31.  Our boys may be slow in starling hut  they are perfect cyclones- when they  do awaken.  Both teams changed pitchers during  the game; L-idner going into I he box  for Donald and J. Edwards for Revelstoke.  Tbe utiipiie, as ii-ual, succeeded iu  satisfying nearly everyone except the  players and their friends. Guy Barber  (xcupied the unenviable position.  The -core has somewhat the appearance of having been made in an agricultural exhibition-, of llie game, hut  its size vv.-is due. entirely (o a desiie, on  the part Of Ihe e'( ill tes cants, to give tin  Prof. Andre is, now only awaiting *o  favorable wind to carry   him  towards  the pole.  Li Hung Chang is visiting London ,  and, law been received by the Queen."  He comes from there to Washington.  The House of Lords have added  such impossible amendments to ' Mr.  Balfour's Irish Land Bill" that ,he  threatens to resign'if they-are insisted  upon. , .  Alabama has gone Democratic solid  in its state elections! Forty-five  counties out of sixty-six are Democratic  nnd 15 are Populist. The democrat*  will have 79 seats out of 100 in'the  legislature nnd 24 out of 33 iu .the .  senate.        - -  A big sensation occurred in Chicago  by the closing of the stock exchange  brought on by speculation in the  shares of the Diamond Match and  New York Biscuit stock. Thecapital  stock of these two companies was $20,- '  000,000. '-, '  The Canadian Artillerymen at  Sliohuryness captured the Queen's cup  on Wednesday. The prize of a silver  cup and ������550 in money is for the  highest, score at- stationary arid moving  targets.        ' *>  to ei'owiHjij   heads,   loui , lie  i..is   ofi en    spectators their money's worth.  Local and Personal Briefs.   ���������  If j'ou want a bicycle get a Geudmn  circular and prices from H. N. Coursiec  Jaek Shaw and Tom,Edwards went  down to Trout Lake, Wednesday, to  do work oh the old Sonoma.  Hugh lloss came in Wednesday.  J r������j i.s su lie ring from rheumatism and'  will take a spelhat the springs.  Tf you want ii cool, sweet and lasting smoke try n 10 cent package of  TONKA Smoking Mixture. Be sure  you get genuine. o  Chas. and Mrs. Ahrahamson and  family left for a weeks vacation at the  Hot Springs, Wednesday!  J. A. Mitgee, Supt. of the Kootenay  Lumber Co., i.s engaging men for clear  ing at his place near the mouth of  Fish Creek.  A good cigar i.s the ideal of n smokers  enjoyment, buy a Kninloops one and  you will smoke no other. o  The C. ik K. Co. are, it is  reported,  about to  build   another  boat   for, the  Columbia which will be 10 feet longer '  than the Nakusp.  Church of England : Services at  the, usual hours in the new church  building to-morrow ;   Rev. F. Yolland.  Presbyterian church : Service to  morrow evening nt 7:30 ; Mr. Goddos.  li. A., missionary.  Jiiek Sands is always prepared to da  teaming nnd hauling of all kinds at  shortest notice. See him nliout your  winter wood. *  Services at usual hours, morning and  evening, in the Methodist church' tomorrow.     Rev. J. A. Wood, pastor.  The brands La Morena, Pride of  Kamloops and Interior ci������irs are all  manufactured hy G. Bortliwick <k Ca,  Kninloops. *  A WORLD'S FAIR���������At Jo������ JW������  pnrlnr. 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'���'-.-.   -Mb ''.''l!osriW;l*s   sU|iport��.'i.-s   oi',' for. e\-, - '.will -t-i i'l 'be,-1 j:y,U\y ,-'o' iryki-   <-.::,! -,'t ','��� ���; yj ,;/.,,
'; '"-pectiifiouiby his opponents/ 'The^ipiii;,;, P'''-,"-l"" it Iv-inVa-ei Jliar >!,,_ ii,.; yyi,!;     .....    --
'.'���   ,'���'���'���   ���-    '���     bn''". -.;.   '   ���'.!.���.*"t;      ','��������� '..in--ail-V . I.ii'iif-i!-'. .oiii.-l-i,ie' -iif..;-N'e-.v:.. \\ (���.-i;
; ..thing is probably.-n iii.'iilei' ot .policy oiy. ,     .     ������-,   ' ������-.. .
.'. ..A   Uaw; oil','     The, .Uhernls . jiropo^b j. i."-^���V-'',,.���.    y\\yy nniTii/T^vuiyiJi-.
by to protest two seats iny'V ie.tor'ia.,- I lii-ye-y , ilUl (!,.V(.ls! o!<i- lyi- l.libi  iii',-   ih,: -.���i"os
iiienler in fcrasli iui'1 Ilriars;'-
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i ion..-.. ...mis, ... ...i;i. .^,j,,  M;,,..!,;,,,.,-^-   an (���'Sau'H,'    ' Kuitiini-s.
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alhiir is'likvly.tr, get. -.   I h.uigs ;i.i-iy\en: - .nu\( \v-> t-hib s .-.i-w-Vi, :11,],- disti-j ,.i.e,- ������ ii ,i..;i-
-'v.weli'.'as''thev. are,   hut '��� should'- lliev   l,ei fb'e. 'I llecill-evva-er --n.-iiies - wsiyip   t lii.i--t.s-;   ;,;-*-^;    (fi.r''ii'oi.- g,--i
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Wisttirlied, there ��� need   -b.., no; teal-   us | ,,,.,,-,,,- j,'.,!,- .,. .'do-,,,.,', 'sin,-!iei-'-!  of yipiy!,,   ;     '" ,. .'
, -re'Tirds, Mri linstock bioldliig   his   sea'i- j i-npaeiib U> t he O'-.e.-al -'pt cent, iiij I "y-T i'-!li"'-' 'lVi"/\...-.., ,.     ,, .. .
"'   '.       ..-'..       -.;���'..'.-.., -ri-,     '"' ��� ���   ������'   .!��� .sioke...   ���The ���|J,-!!-i|i-a.i.i i.uill'ig i-amp t;-ovy     ;u<yt n-vo,;;!!!, 'ii..ii'>" :ii,v��-(;, ii, ns   n,. (||.   ,   ^      t,... .. 	
jnthis  coiistitnencv.      I lie   matter   is V openi,,;- ii|i vyill ..pi-oilibe a^ii.i;peir,-rioi..-,, : ^:-= ii- ��i:y ��� ���("');)-( :'o.   'iin- yiiio'1 i.i hing!. iii.iy.: if>jrp{^{y;'['ORY  GOLD \ SI I.VEH   ORES
i-'did    (if   il','.'    ii:\..-'-'!i,.;"ii,.' ',',!' '     ;
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hi V vef.y  -ei'l.-v-'I'-iue   iff .tije ,; ' '���'    i
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.saidyio   haivc   oi-igiiiiited. -iir-'Y icl'onn. ' aiid   >s   "!">'-. ifi.'l y -ir,ile.- -ironi   U>-\,v
,.     ,',      ,    ''....-���,:'   -.-.i -,.--; -':���      .,'���-...   ;yliike.    aci-.e.-sl i.l.l'-    OV'��� '.vi.l.er.     ���.Iprdln
���probably by. ti-icij-ls   of   'M.essrs, "r, i.i'l,-.;��� |>;,yysy. ha-:.. .  e,-i-s-     large  -.-.i'bdi'���������-.     d
'.b-11 iV] Vi*' i ��� i'( .Vv'; 111 r I was a surprise   lob.si.jj--. I '" i.'.:<-ul ,U''*i"' '<'<   '0;'-';';b   'v;::?:,i' "1',:'.< "'���' i-iu.'''-'"-
T-->'-       '���'.���,.-.,",    ''     "     ' -' -"���''   'i  lllil.".   IfC-lo  I:'-V(-l-f<.'k('-..../.'.-i:-i',e-   '-,   -,-k  ;  ���,,,..,,,
��� .���,iioi��.ters.otJ .\Iiv;.Mai;;i..-.-.     ��� ,.'. , ; i"i-i --; i ��� i s: i i '��� 11 - < ���  i.oilii'-.-   <-l'  :roi,i, ..,- ���.- :;ly
i-iWliy ilio'feil'i-Smellcr'ba'ild.    ii .���wi'-f'. n.':��>vi.i yW-.-y,,;,:;-; -,;���:-   .������'���
��� ..'...   .,-'-;��� -.',"���     -    _'*-���'.'''-'       '���   - '���   .'   '   :   be  plafeil-    ll,-.;,-     e-i i' :,> I,,'!:-.'.���: v--'     <;-y,-,.,-i
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,}'"' i The iCasscI "fiold ���'���'fix'lraciin'K Co..
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xihiiltod.'
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,.jip|i..::ii .-/l .in l.he.y 'Yitftnrr froni a l.ieiid    ,j|iy ,: (.|;,.,.,.,;,,,,: .y,   i;���v.,-.i.;ii,ke-' wiiliin
'''/if,!,'. lii'VJ-i.--l oki-'s,,'������  i'lliice.-���    in       iiii-!!-   ea-b' ,| ;:J niir,- :,,'   riei -a    |;,ii-ge   ;��� ;e be'r.
Hen !'iS-;ii-'--<d iicit;: iihCiiii.-i- 'the  eru'id.il.ioi.s ! l''bi-s iy- J-e-iii be Ine-I. ; i! i.i ,..f yii I'; i��-n ir y :
,,  , ������'   -   ,'������,     ,i        ,,       ...  ,    i i.- |, ,1 s of ',-., ��� >il ,-, ml '.,���'-, >,l'! r,'.-ii'-Ayrl, I' '-'ii I-,
���Under -which  1 be   1,'evel.M, ,ke   .--in ���I;. -iy-    ,    .       .--,-��� ;'
!   p i V 111 11. - -., 1111: i-111 ��� e. - , . , i
>t.l."teil:;.Uld.'i'aJ3w.l thai, il. is well   to   r -,.       Taki'i-- -,iil    I I.ie,.,-e ��� (-i;i:,���:--.-    i,,lo    ciin
: .a.iroiliH-e it -!o  (leslroy   soin'e   ,'i-i-i,iii��,!i-    sjde'.-ai i,i i I le-i-'e r.oi h,y ;,,,. d'iii1 il    I hai  .
-;,,ipi',,s-joris- fMi-iio-d on I ie- -Yibjecl,   .\'i,;--  li'-vel-lo: ���<��� i-i I lie y i'i'.:*--l .'!'��������� i-;i '. -���    |">i..'l  ,...|-l.r.-ii.ii.nier-    -yayeli   lie-    beav eii>-    I'm
',5i|ca.k.ni'cvi.|eulVlh';i-i lb" siiieii-.,-   fail- | ���'".���'';l -'''"'h'-'''   J',1   : "b!''''-" '"'���-.'-. i,,"',);..''1t. "  m,-u-   -��� ������, id - -.-.n m b -, -���-,
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".vd 1.1-olil  li:.ls|i;||l,,d.!t.V "I   ifc'ilioii. ,i,ii-ii  ' ,.,,/,.,!   .,,.,���.   ,,!     | ;,..   r-.-i.-l-t-.i! it!    nuiiiiur,- ,     -  fo-^-,jn
JS only  tll'e re-:d!  *ii ��� i-gn'i|',|-:i,'"-.-' of   I !l-,; : :i.nr-'y ;��� i-b  .- - ,-;,! -i-,--. of "i i.i-f b . V -liei-ii-,-'.." I   i-i-sull -, ,'ul'    'I heiry,hs(-i.iV.���!���!,��� -, '   1,0,11101,  ,       *Tt_ *'f.      ��� (,,   .     ; .
/;witle/v (in evense no   lo.iger  iiviiii.i'l,!-- ���   . '': .    ly > i,';-; -. \ > .      '-'-'/','-.���,'/,. '.' .     .,' I   abld v -i)!'i-.0V;> St..,-   ' VyiilcOil V(;i;,  B.C.
v:J.i'..y/vv;-.;d,'i  ;..-,.- ���.:''���'; j., w.y h;lkw-|[f.m.v'." F.CS.,Sup!.,   I '
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First-class Table >   Godtl Beds >   Fire:prbof Safe
Teleplione   ���   'Bus Meets all Trains. ;
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,.,���.,,'.:,-i.,i i.i-..i'i.,a..y ��� iii.ii-!- .ri,';,-.-.i :   IiisiiiYiiicf;:fin;! Miniiiif Broke
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','.-"���' b\liliAllv\^SON   LH0S., PiioriiiOTOiis. ���
Every thing-..'new-.and First<lass in all Respects.
m Hpass is stooked with the Finest Wines anr! Cigars in the Market
gujujj^awjaaiaBuiMijjHi^in ���ft-
TIIE KOOTEXAY MAIL.
PAGE ?,
axi|:< .AlcKii^ley.
To look al Mr. McKiuley���no  longer
to be known as   Major   McKiuley,   nor
even ns William McKiuley. jun.-is  to
look upon a,typical ScofHiinaii, of   the
large-boned,    lr.u-d-fe.it ured   and   iiim-
grey type.     If his  name   did   uot-give
the  clue   to   bis  ancestry,   his   boldly-,
sculptured   and    lirnily-iiiodi-lleil    features   would   do   so.    There   is   souic-
thing rugged   and   granitic  about,  the
man.    His face   tells   of   solidity   and
povvci���not the  solidity  of  the  li-auk
" .-unl cxpnn*-i've Saxon, bul of 'tlie stolid
and     secretive     Highlander    wilh    a
double dose of canniiics--.    The distinction is not unimportant, if feat ores and
expression    be   an    hide-*    lo    'mental
drifts-and (pl.-ilities  nf  eh.i. actor,'  The
head is huge,   but   proporl iotiate  to   a
,    frame built on a bold scale, wilh a tendency to bulkinc-s tii.it come.- to  mosi
inch  of  stature   in   inidi.I ���   life.    Tbe
forehead is   high   and   h-.,ad���spacious
enough to betoken an ii d .veiling biaiu
of mote than normal weight   and   capacity.    The rro-e is ahno I   .Vapolconic,
massively ridged, cut down   deeply   lo
the cheeks-, bnt .slightly too straight   o:
outline and protuberant  at 'the   tip   to
he of true Napoleonic l'nriii.    The   suggest ion, however, is there-ill ongly, and
the caricaturists, have  sei/."d   U]ion   il
and accentuated   il   until   the   popid.u
representations ol bim might   pas-   for
the great   (Jor-.ic.in, adventurer.    Tii"
eyes are rather small,  of   a   mid  gi.iy,
keen, bright and piercing, ove'-shadow-
'ed by strongly ridged   e.v ebrow^s,   with
bushy and bristling bail's standing- out'
in an aggi essi ve   tuft  .iliuost  at   right
angles to the temples.    The coi neis   pi
'   the'eyes are   scored   willi   ciow's   feet,
the texture of the skin broken by many
lines.    The cheek bones are   high, ,and
the clean-shaven l'.ire ends  in   a   broad
and -aiber h'e.ivy chin,  wide enoiign m
lln- front lo allowof .i dimpled ( eiiti e���
almost the only indival ioa in   the   face
of soft lies.-ar.d good nature.   P.ickereil
lips   give   a    hard   expi-".���ion    to   the'-
(pinouth.     The   hold   sweep   of   Ine'   oi,J-
foiehoad    is, 'emphasized     by    couiin.g
baldness;    for  tin-   hair,- fa-i    turning
giay, is 1 bin, parted   oii   the   left  -iile,
and biu-hcd flat ly acros- r.'n* head.     In
Congress his   usual   di.--.-'i-   a    froci.
coat, which he vv ears lmrto..ed, .1 stainl-
'  up collar vvil bout, t be  do-.v 11 wai-u-l 111 ..-
_ed corners, and a black sil!�� lie   rie.l   .11
'n   square   si ill'   bow.    A   1 li.iraetei isl ic
attitude is with hi-   hands   bebi-id   hi
back;  anothei, "with   hi-, -frock   c.o.-u
thrown   open   and   !ii-   h inds   in   hi-
t.ou-ei--   pi.ck.-i.s:   and   111   one   or   the'
other posture he will sp,.,i!<  hour after
hour  upon ' ipiest ions  of  liscal   policy,
pouring  out    facts,   iiguies  and   aigu-
nieiits in a   cold,   uninspiring   fashion,
without   enthusiasm,   or    humor,     infancy, or   lit"i-.uy   eleg.i.a--.   but   wt.
'   .steady and convincing for-.e.
EAHLY  CAJtISKK.
. lie is soinet hing more I ban   an   American of Scotch origin, whose northern
baldness   has   for  several   (general 1011.-
undergone fui-thei-peri-ilic.ii ion   111   llie
arid climate   of   the   wo-1;  for   hi-  ancestors were "planters" in the noil It of
lieland.   The Scotch character was not
mellowed by   transplantation   to, lri-h
soil; "and   the   Mclvinloys,   who   \wrr
colonists in Ireland in 1 hi  early paid of
the eighteenth cent urv. could   sen eel v
have   escaped    lhe    influences     which
have made the Scolclimen of the north
of Ireland harder and e.iunier [ban the
(.I.deilonian -lock' whose   -tern   virtue-
thi-y'have  perpetuated. , Tvvo   men   ol
the McKiuley family e.uigr.iled tn America about  the year ]7.")0.    They   were
bi-othei-.s���James a:id Willi.un.    J.lines
McKiuley settled  in   IVnns.v Ivania,   in
York Co.inly, and William   drifted   to
the south, where he founded a    branch
of the family.    A son of .Limes'*���David
' McKiuley���fought    in    the   revolution
under Washington, iiiid aftei- the  war
moved to Ohio.    It  is   from   him  thai
tbe    Prcsident-lo-bo   (race-    his     Ohio
descent.   He was the gi-eal-gi-andf.tl hei-
of   the   protectionist,   and   seenis     to
have   been    in    very   humble   eireuin-
slances.     His-on William���the   Iii thei
of the St. Louis nominee ��� i.-in  an   iiou
furnace in Ohio, as manager, and Jived
first in n place called \ile-, in a doiilile-
(-.toroyed frame house which   answered
t he purpici- of a dwelling and   ,)   nuiii-
liydiiii-c.    lie   married   an   Alli-on,   a
di-tant it-laf i ve of the Senator nf  (hat
name, nnd  removed   lo   Poland,   Ohi-i.
Willinm and the othir  children   we e,
however, born   in the   frame   house   al
Nilcs, William being lhe sixth sou of a
family   of  eight   lx>ys  and  girl-.    His
boyhood was .spent at Poland, and   his
educat ion vvas necessarily  oi   the   limbed character  obtainable   in   a   pi-iuii-
l ive country���n   couibinn! ion   of  work
a.id   di-l.ri(t   schooling   which    i.s   Ihe
common lo,' of American lad- of   liuiu-
IN was wilh the regiineut of winch
Kutlieiford Ii. Hayes wa- Colonel,
and amnnLr bis supei ior officers was
Stanley M.ifth.iws and others who
gained some renown. The regiment
fought in .several battle-, and young
McKiuley must have had his full share
of 1 he dangers and trials' of the campaign, lie was never wounded, it
seems; and one can best, perhaps, 1 e-
cre.'ile ' t his phase of his career hy
imagining liim ,i-'one of the crowd of
privates who pas- and repass t he page.-
of Walt Whitman's ������Specimen Day.s"
���-men who did their woik wit h,'stubborn   heroism   and   without   winning!
,    His Authority Worn Out.
In former years, before the Administration of Andrew Johnson, who made
the veto power ini.imou-, a mes-age
from a pro-ident expi e.-.-ing his din-
approvalnf legi-lalion wa- a rat e '.-ind
-oleum ibing. It was eu-toni.uy for
both Ilou-e.s to adjourn immediately
'after such doc.nnents were lead, in
order to signalize their importance.
But now vetoes are so common that
lhey are allowed to lie upon the table,
unopened until an opportune time
oJVeis-for their pi e.-enlaliou. Neither
the speaker of : In* house nor t he president of tho .-enale will interrupt the
regular order to hear them rend,'Void
lhey itiaL-* -o -lighl an impression thai
l!epi'i-s"ii(afive JJench is reminded of a
stoiy of a '1-ny who lienid his father
call him to come into t he house and'go
���o bed, but paid no attention to the
paternal eouiiijnud. Wliereupon a by-
-tanilei-asked, with some surprise.
���-Johnnie, is 'not   that   your   father
high di-tincl ioii. i" le ligui-es. however, j callii
in Sheridan's report as a'in.in who did
a ha/.ai doiis ride of twenty tniles to
Winchester, ,iu,d he w on his Way step
by -top lo the rank of Major. The
close of Iiii' war put ail end lo his
milil.11 y career, and'al '22 he ict.iirned
to the Village of PbJm'TdT^''"''"       '
ins, iio.uk r.n-'i-j.
There be studied law, and a! iour-
������ind-tw cut y was adniilled, moving to
(J.i 11(011 f.o '-hang out bis shingle''���-'he
lit I le Ohio lovvn then having a po] illation of about *>,()0i). with <i si rotig clc-
111.mt of Iin.eh, fjeiinan and Polish
iminigr.-ints. There was an ingrained
-Scotch piely in him which ran in
Methodi-t' channels, and he t.night
Sunday School in the in.-el ing li.-ni-.cnf
his (lenninin.-il ion. One of tbe leading
men of Canton'then vvas a James A.
Saxloii, wlio ran a banking b.i-jiness,
and    in    1.X71    McKiuley    mariied    his
'.l.iiighl -r Ida.    They weie   mnriiod   in
t, <
(he  Presbyterian   Chun-li,   vvbii h   had ,J
been built by I lie S.ixtou-, and was almost .1 Inmdy properiy. T'hu wile of
i,he Pi e.-ideul-lo-i.e is, iinl'orl iinalely,
.iu iuv.d.d, and (iiiniot rule as' social
ipioeti al NN'ashiugton. .Sheislhe vie-
riip of an iuciii-able nervous lu.iladv,
and is bul -e!(loni seen outside the cir-
t le of her family and friend-. Mr.
Mi Kinlev is said iii (end hei- lik'e a
dover. The McKinleys still live in ^ I In*
tl.inlou house where liiey sellled ,11'lcr
.11.-11 r,age. They bad two , da lighters,
boiiio! vlioni di"d in childhood. Mi-s.
M. Iv.niev wa- iieher.vout h one of   (he
" Yes, sir,'' was the reply.
"Th-'ii why don't yon ohoyjiim ? "
,    "Why. nobody obeys him .my more,"'
was Johnnie's reply.    ".He   Keeps   tell-
i lg  everybody   to  do   things  ;md   110-
l o.ly 0% >VI* does t hem. He keeps telling
everybody that lhey nilisii'r do things,
and they keep right on doing'them all
lie same. Nobody don't pay a iy ��it-
lention to him no inoie. Ma don't, the
hired gii I (h.ii'lbind I don't, and the
dog don't either. ���Pit Isbnrg JJmjhifch.
, t<��- i     m *��� ' ~     1
.Facts an J' Fancies Paragraphed.
Most of Qui*!?!! Victoria's subjects
arc* Hindoos. '      '   ,
Doctors nflirui that ' spirits harden
the .tone of the voice.
Diamonds so ���small ili.it.   ],">00 yo to
the k.ii'at have Leeircul  in .Holland.
,    The est iui iled    annual   consumption
of ice in New V.uk  is  I'OOO.OOO tons.
���At least, .-?7JO,000,000 worth of
ih'ilish piopei't.v  is   alway-i on the sea.
The oldest family in tho Diiiish isles
is the Xl.u t.uiiily. d.uing hack to lOl.'L
The- insiuance iipon Sr. Paul's
cnthedr.il, London, is said to be. about
A4 75,000
I f ,1 .'apanc-e fanner lias ns much
ns IU acres of land lie is looked, upon
as a monopolist.
It is est iui.ited ' the .".niount of gold
usodeieiv ve.u in the 111 Is 1^ ������p-J'2.1 >.">-
7.'hi and of silver ^-'i-'b-'i 10 fiSl.
Tin!   (oldest     M.tli.in.d   rll.ig'   in    the
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.villioiil cli.'.ii;e-.
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eaiiiies cf Ohio, .lu'l'ii.-r fu'ier\ pos'.- I 'A""'l<1 is ,'!,'lt'' "'' I'''imi.u k, which h.i-
Iio 1 nave her a lea,tin-, place in tlie i 1"',"n ���" ��s(* since the vear llMf).
.socielyLdl' the Sl.'ite; hul c.il'e and sill- I It is stated I'ml, only one-foil i t h of
ferinji have lel'l tlu-ir date- upo , : er, ' ���"-,|' rc.|!.rii em-i'its aie iin.v impoited by
a-id l.ei-ili.n-s has pn-vuited her tak- ' >J '!' lll> ',s "'A '" '< ''^percent, six .v'n.s
iiiH lii'i- ,1,-iil,  i:,   the   social   iii'i*   of  her , ''���.--���"���
hu-ban.l during bis (io\ ernoi-liip. iii- \ P'' '��'' Ku��f'U;'. the voiiii-esl son of
father died ia the son's Lome a L fan- kni- 0>>l'*-- lb (d..Sweden and Norton in ISllI. His mother slill .livcs-a I ^''l-v' M' 'LV ("'!,l>' u,l(ler ,l,(' ",l,"p "*
wonderl'iil old l.'idy of 87, full, of vital
ilvand interest ,m   hei   son's   polilici. , ,
I'o'itunes.     Will,-her-   i-  an   u.iuiari ,e,l , w,��l" '    sl,"ws    ,!ll1'   �� ��;l,!l1'" "*   ���� U".1S
ilaim-ht.-rand   iwn  i, nt.   'irmndchil-I w,,,��l,t    lvl"s.,U''     x-ise-power    ,n
, ,   ,,      ,      ,  '   i  "���    i i      swuiuinnii' \2 inile-* an   lour.
1    is   not ,r..e   least   adiiiirable | .   ,       '    , ���  , ,    i ���
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All.uitiu l-'spi-u-s .irnvu-    !).l.>d.iily.
l'.i.alio " "     ' I(i:J.">   " ��
Anuow b.viv.:, linvxcii  Tu w.\s    ',
Ai'riie 11:.i, Tiiu-'l.iv-, Tliiiisiliiv-. .s'litnnl.ij-
IjMVo   lli':.l.   .Smilivi,   Tiii-sil.i.vs,  Tlii:i--.l,tj-..
Tuiiiis on  A.-Kij.v l.iko  J.imiii.11  connect n
An-invliu.i'l wilh ('. &- IC. 1'a's SriiAMi.i: X.MCl'sr
CLOSE, CONNECTIONS
, To ��*.nJ From	
Rossland, Trail Creek, Nelson,
Kaslo, Ainsworth. Pilot -Hpy,
iN'akusp,   New  'Denver,
'i'hree ,irork.s, Sandon
A'-L runi;o :w '.-CJ; ���; tvu-J i L!;A i
"ut  nsii45' 3 ?rr    h d r* % s r ^ * & 3 a r ��� conns Tin hi\,
HE-SbHLifb Ab^UhANOt iJiiP/iPANl
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As.-iI.T.s,    	
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Insukanck   in   I'-'okci-:	
Ni-;w H,usi.\M".ss \\rrniij\ 1895
1,520,054
34,754,840
8,866.688
'  J.  R.  Ck'ANfb-'Maivio-,- for B.C.
t
Agent for P^evelstoJize and District'
usoe=scxBJraaA!2M>M*K7::'?7i7i��*tG=*s��'
w��KirftrfaaKws^��3fc=P����i^n^TWrDw��w��iCEr=>rat^^
PAWfrniAM  f^UFPIU   Hf^TPiP ^'0'
U^eikUEAE^  uLE^LhHL LLLUinlb ul).
Count lloseuilal
.Sir Win. Taylor has c>nuiile 1 a table
Sll
men.      ll    is   not. ,r..e   le.'isi   ,-iiiuur.ioie ,
trail o| .Mr. ill lvnilev's (hninet.-i   that .,,-,,, ,
, .   ,.    . , , . i-      i ���      boon    p itemed.     It    is   held    to   the
tils lir-t c.ire has   always   been   lor   his    ,       , . '     , , i ,
, ,   ,.      ., ,;     ,     ,    ,.        i , ; hoot by cl.iniiis and  can be put, on and
homo  am!   I.iuulv.     lie  took   lhe old      ,,       ��� ���. .    i       .,, ���
,. ,. ,      , .     .' ...        , . ; taken oil ni less than  a minute,
lotks utiiier his cnai-ee  helore   liis   pro- ,.     , .     ... .,        ���.    ,.
. , ���     ,, Herbert   and     blo.in,    the    I'jim'h
lession.il I ut in e was .secure in   ( anton,
and i.iilher  lhe   en.ni ossinenl s   of  law
nor of politics have -lood in t be way of
1-1 ie pei I'oi-in.ini e ol   lih.d duty.    Iu do- j
inesl icily and -implicit y of life he is as
Hood .a man a- t he most commonplace
iu the Slates.    Ml- peison.il   eh.imeter
stands hi^-li and   his   enemies   do   not
dare lo make insinui'ii ions  against   his
iiit(*niily    of   coiidiici.    .-ind     | i-ivale.
Ii'ini'siy.    A jrreal  man he may not lie:
a ni.nuiclic, sympathetic  ( bai-ai tei-   he
chemists. ,aie authority for the. .slate-
nii'iit thai .iilkiiowncheinic.il eleinent's
! aie held in .solution in any oik* of the
i^re.U means.
I The loiu'.'si u.iderifroiind thoiousili-
f.ii-e in iTib.it Riiiiiiu is in eeuiial
nerhvsliiie. where you'can walk.seven
miles upon a   r-iad   connectini;   several
; ceil niinf's.
!      1-lvetv   shillinjr   turned   out  hy   the
I liii^lisii mint   shows a profit of  nearly
I tluee peni-e.     On   every ton of   pennv
certainly i.-not: bul he is in many ways   'j,,-,.^ lilk(4|1 nlU    ft,lln " tlu. ,miut'theiV
i typical American cit iy.cn���ty| ic-d   in j |s ;L     1((-l ()t- j.;.^_)
hehunibh'i-.essof  his  ori-in and   thej      T|l(. ���],.,,!,.���,,   js conniioiilv s'unposed
llieliuniineiiessot ins ori-m anu inej ���,..,,. ,,],..,!,,.,,,, is conniioiilv sunposed
-uccessive slaves of hi- en reel, in his ; (() ,|(. ;i ^^.^ (.|���mM. ,mjm,L|; l,uL' wl1(3,i
narrow brit.siiiiere piely, his disrej.aid{t.X(_.lt(11| ,���. fni;'lu:ilW| Cllll attain a
of   ai-tistle  .ii d, iul.'llKtii.d   ioteie-ls, i SJ)i.iJ(|   |l{    oq   miles   an   hour nnd can
������'!''l   ���'"'   -tien^tl^   of    h'.s    d '^Ii<'! |<eei) ii up t'oi'a half d.iv.
alVei lioi.s.     Fiom a | old n al and illlei ���
nation.il -I iliidpoilil  the 'J died    .Sl.ile.-
s i mid ;ii tn tin i" :i   belter   man   lo     lhe ...
P.-.-ideiiey:   but   from    the     | e -,i i 11 J 1 he    s'liivutan-oUs    uijeeti.ni     oi     tl
'i'
Consumption    Ins   been successfully
treated hy I'r. Vii|iiei-at oi C'Citevn. ,hy
Kor full iutoriiiiilion as to rates, etc..
apply to
1. T.   iirovv.stcr,,
.\ neni. 1. velstoke.
(JKf). MeL. liliOWX,
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Columbia & Kootenay/
Steam Navigation Co.TO;
PASSENGERS FOR
Mall's  Landing,
Hoi  Spring's,  ,   .
.Nakusp,Three Forks
Nelson, '      -anel Slocan Points,
Kootenav Lake Points,
Trail   Creek,   Rossland,
Northport and Spokane
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LuaviM A'.-ronlio.ul   fur  Xakii-ji   .mil  ltobson,
Mondays, W^dnos.l.ivx.iiwl l-'riil.-i.vsai 7 |i.in.
I.i-avo-,   Itiitison   fur  NnUiis;i.   Ai-k,u-Iu-;hI   und
Cui iiliiin I'.n.ilk- ii.ulw.i.N iioint-   (ci-l  .mil
\\o.-i> tin  Tiic'-d.i.vs,  Tliiirsd.i.vs and  S.itni'-
d ivs.ii KM \i i'l.
t'.iiiii.'i'lK.n Is niiiilo .it   lliibsiin   witli   ('. & 1-L
It'.v liir Ni'lsim .ind all point..- on Kooli-n.i.v   l.iUe
.mil   vvit.li   siciinur   "L.vlt'in"  loi'  Trail . nnd
Nuilli|i(ii'l.
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Capital, SV5G0.000. ,     Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.
Manufacturers of Electvic Mining Apparatus;
Locomotives, Coal Ciitteis, llc-cipi-oealinic Drills,   Hotary Drills, Kcduciion' nnd
.   '    Lightint; Anp.ir.itiis. w .   - , ,
Ji, Js '"^""i*"/"" vrj Q     I'allie'i'of Diieel furient or Threr*' Tiiase Types. Suitnhle
s/!vy   J   %**J \  lO   for any  in;iUo uf,I'^.it��. j'tiinp, i loist. or- Crusher. -
'       1-]!i-i-t.i ic.d Ti.in-.misi'in of Pov.eiydiy our'Tluee   Phase .System, successftilly,"
ipei'iited up to DO m.les. - ��� ,
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ornnvills Street -VANCOUVER ' ��        -   Kootana/ District���NELSON
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PORTABLE!    PRACTICAL!!    ECONOMICAL!!!
eruiii of lis-,-.' blood.    fMMoi.d" cxti-.-i
oidiiiuv cincs liave been eiTected.
ljveiv Ion of   Atlantic   vvatei. vvheii
evntiei.iied. vieldsSl pounds of salt : a
loll of P.ieilie vv,Hi*!'. 7'.) poiuirls; Aroiie
I and Aiii.uetie wateis yield   S-") pounds
ed Slates ha-, b,.,.;i clo-ely estimated al | ,(( ,,|(. t(,Hi ;.|l(,   [n,.l(, 'Svl   ���ilt(M.    jS?
$ IS'1,(11)!), 110 1,   less   thin   y"   per   capita.'
staiidpoi.it  I hei e ,-n-e maily vvl'o .-,,, no,
reach hi- h'vcl.    St. .James' Liny. -tie.
..  ������ ��� ,*+ *w~��� ��� -������--.
Cornering the Money.
The pre.sciit. j^old -upply of the 1,'nit-
l'-(ii- liic.il'liin,. i-ai-il of (ho t'diniinii.v's -to.iin-
oi'- on ICnuti'iiiiy Lain iijiiilylo tlie imisci-on
Ijn.iril.
l-'.ii'lull iii''(ii-iii.it'<.n .is to tieUi'l <>. l.ili's, ok-.,
npiily l'i '1'. Ail,in,   Svi-ri'iary. NeiMin.   III'.
Willi Ibis   narrow   siand'ird   lhe  -up-I
p-uiinl-,
The nn ate-l   devotee   vv.is    P.uddhn,
poi-teis   of    the   nold   standard   ^""l-l | " Tie- l.i-lit  of   Asia,"    '���Tin:    Indinti
inea-uie tin-   follow i.i��   billions:    -^i''.- Kj|,,.is|." ',S,', powei-ful was the iiillueuee
ID.OOO.OO'I, total vv -iilth of lb-   mil o i. j ,���- ,.|U ,,,,��� ,, lc-t.1.1--   el.-UM'-ter   over lhe
!jil().()()O.0l)').I!'l). eleariuK ho.i-e   i.-lmn-
liiumni i.ice that lo-duv il is estimate.
$'2S,()()').0!)().() K).    public    .f.cl     1 ii-''l<'j |>(l,(|,Nil's      followeis '  luunher      over
debts. $2'i,0)'i,0'n,')i)i..'in.iu.'i! eo.ii'ucrc- j  10-'.U,J!J.(JU0.
of  the  country.    *! .0 )),-))),'). I'l.   , ,-e.lu |      Alllioti^h 1 ileiiheim p.diice is pract ic-
itiid token nion,
Or.i t'll.d of  .-.il'd.-
aliv    the    properly    of    the   JJuke   of
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about a third of the bu-hie-s and  com- i Ciown on a  peculiar   tenure -- u.iinel.v,
inerce of the world.    11 consumes fi om ] d^.   annual   presentation   of n French
oiie-thii'd'to one-hall of t!.e coal, | iron, j fla^    lo   the   lei^ning   iiiouan-li.     The
steel,   tin,   coppei-,   cofl'ee.   cotton   and , dukes of   We lin^'o i   likevv i .(> pay the
other   staple   products.    I!    h,i.-*  inor.   ! same tl ih.ite for Slr.itlilieldsave.
than oiie-t hird of  I he rail way   uiilea^,'
oil he world.  IJul il  has only an eiir'd h ^^^^ ----
of   the .id , e nio.iel-ii-y   cil cul.ui >n   ot ! _A_ S S _A_~ST~ (3 _
hie origin a way Irom the tfivat   centres I the w oi Id, as siio wn by l -ie Sla ! i-ti.-i.i
of jndiJsl ry. Ki-oiii lite di��l i'iet K-hool
he went to a mo e pretentious cslab-
lichineiil, k now n as the Poland Academy, ;.> ml tliereicol himself appoml ed
;)s;j s/.ndeul Icaeber. lie (,-infill school
diiriuv his li'i'iiu, .iin.1 then ivenl   clerk-
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he cause of t he ex i-l un;   evil-   i n ' t.h.i I  : J .    A.     JflclCr clPiclllG,     L.L.iJm
Assay or and Mining E,mincei',
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tin* mail hues     He was under eighteen  [ mouey and le���< i edit ui.i ke-hitl ': j   ^
vvlict the civil win   broi.e   out,   and   I
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The attention of prospectors and miners is called to the
merits of a new' improved apparatus, for testing" and smelting
various kinds of ores'and minerals, also separating ar.d refining
base bullion, etc.
Manufactured bv a chemist and metallurgist, who thorough-
ly uiKlersiands the wants of the assaycr. the- pi-ospeciorr the
miner, the chemist for laboratory lest, for all furnace work, such
as melting, scorifying, coupling, fusing in platinum* crucibles,
testing of" sampling charges, roasting, cnaineiii.g, etc. (Any
kind of fuel'.)    ' .._,':���
This furnace is built in two .halves for easy transportation,
is complete in itself.'made of sheet siee! with cast iron'slag and
metal spouts, wiiKl^:- t.ppv pipe and knock-down bottom.
This Handy P:ospL-_i Furnace is of the Cupola type, with
extcntion for smelting ores, capacity icoo io 50CO; pounds per
heat, according to the character of ores. No prospecting outfit is comiileti1: without it.
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CAPITAL, 5500,000.
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Codi-.'v. IS,  ,ill..'.rl'vi      ! I '"   ".'.li-s. i      '.1    1   -;-:n;Si PAGE r  THE KOOTENAY-.MAIL.  " ,i  Kootenay Lodg-e  No. 15A.F. & A. Iff.  Tlie r JKiil.li" meuthii  are VjIiI .in (.lie. Jlns-  T  ^riililo.tliiiii'iK'"-  "   I'd  till  , nimil i    ������l   8   ]).  in.  ,^^.-^--    VisilniK    b i-clh re n  '���������^=-=^- curd i.illy wi-luomi-il.  IL K. SMVTIIK, SUCKLTAIIV.  <f. J), (ji-.-ili.uii went, up to Albert  Canyon to-d.iy and will iuspivi tlie  Nuith Fork t'l-.iil.  NOTICE.  \TO"'n-|-: IS IIKUKHY GIVKN* Unit v.iUim  j > ii,i il.ijn from dale I iutuml nuking aj)-  ,1 cation 1')  I.IivJ Hon.  (J'uiut Coiniiii.ssioiiei-  of  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F.  No.  V. MKSLKV, X.G.  TlCK'iI.u- iiiucUir^s arc held  in (1,1.1 fc-llovv-.s' Hull <;vi-i-y  Tlnii-n.lay nixht, al- eight.  o'ulnuk. "Visiting brotliers  cordially welcomed.  W. H. SAItGANT. Sec  Loyal Orange Lodgo No. 1C5S.  ,       ,        Regular meetings arc held in  'the Odd Fellows' Hull on llie  second and fourth Wednesday's  of v'li'jli month al 7::ui p. in.  Vi-ilini! brethren arc cordially  invited.  T. STKKD.   J. J. WOODROW.  W..M. Hoc -Secy.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  tin  A safe is very much wanted   in  Tiout L-iko record office.  Miss Lilly Valentino   returned   this  week from Thomson's landing.  If. N. Coursier 'is opening up a new  -stock of Sinter's foot wear. o  , Ciipt. Grant went through to Ille-  cillewnet from the coast,'."Wednesday.  Mrs. Adair and daughter, Mabel,  returned from Rogers Pass this week.  The Ge.ndron bicycle is strong,  r elegant and 'easy running.       ' 'o  li. S.   Wilson   left   yesterday   on   a  business   visit   to'  his   shop   sit   New  ,   Denver. ,,  Cory Meuhinick, arrived up from  Lardeau;- Wednesday, and staid a   few  1 <*iiys-    ���������" '  ' 11. S. Wilson has received bids  for a shop at the station and will erect  it at once.  The ' Lord ' Bishop of New Westminster is due to arrive in Revelstoke'  on the 23'nl.    '  There are two prisoners in the jug  held over for trial, arid one 'for one  month for assault. ,  1 . Wanted.���������A girl for light' house  work in private family... For particulars apply at this ollice.  Pete Walker, S.un Hill and T. Re.y  arrived up from the .Trout Lake iind'  Galcn.'uP.ay countrj', Wednesday.  ','. "Jim " Hutchison is suffering with  a rheumatic attack in 'ho knee. He  i.s getting around again.  Billy   Fleming   cut   himself   pietty  badly   on    Wednesday    with    a    new,  ccleaver.    He is getting'all right again.  Get a Kamloops cigar, made at Iioiik*  with union   labor- and   enjoy   a   good  smoke. _ ' *  The Arrow Head "boys" -who have  been doing their work at diis point fulsome time left for their post on Mou-  clay.  The Revelstoke Lawn Tennis club  gave a tennis tea on Friday afternoon.  It vvas very much enjoyed and "well  attended.  r Oje Sandburg, of ��������� the. North Fork  camp was in town, this , week leaving  Thursday; He is "stuck'' on the North  Fork.  J. 1"). Graham, J. < Abrali.-uiison, K.  L. Kininan, P. Arena and G. Stewart  -all arrived up from Trout Lake on  Sunday night.  Mr. McTaggart, of   Vancouver,   the  1,1 cation lo  (,1k; Hon.  Chief Cuiiimi.ssioiiei'  of  Land.-and W.ii-ks  for  pcrniLsimi  lo  pir.vhase  n the East is  lhe   aluminum    (iuisli(d | l.ui.j  in  L.udi-.ui DLiricl of Wi-.-i   Kootenay.  /���������-,       i i      .i .i- -i !��������� tlii- boundary of vvhii-li is (L-.sm-ilied as  follo-.v.s:  Gendron. Ju the gre.it live mile race | (.\,.���������m011t;j���������K ilt a. Mo'taus S. K. t-yrncr Make ;  in Toronto a few (lavs ago there were | Uu-ijmo wu-iiMchains, north !U eiia"iis. ea-( tlj  ... , _'      -.      ;?       ,       ,       .,        cliimi-', suuth !1J chains to AiartiiiKiKiinl.  20   .starters,    li    rode   Geudron s,    the. CORY MKNJlIXK'IC.  llnee on other wheels came in last,   o Ijmleau. July llth. ISM. 13-Ut ,  \rOTI(iK IS IirORKBY OIVHX, that  l\ ;i sitting of tin* Gonnt.y t.'ourt will  be hidden at. Revelstoke, B.C., on  Wednesday, the 2tith day of August,  A.D. ISiXi," at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon.  JOS- D. GRAHAM,  Registrar Ooiitny Court.  Revelstoke, July 17th, 1805.  ' l.MSt  NOTICE.  YTOTICK IR HKUKBV GIVKN' lhat within  l\ (iil daj> from date I intend making application to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works tor ]ic3i-mis������ion to pin-chase  lli-1 .-lures of pasture land in Lardeau,'District of  Wc-l Kootenay, desi-ribi-'d as follows: Commencing at a post marked .I. A. Macro's S. E.  eo ner, .situated at the S. \V. corner of Alex-  aider Jleltae's jn-eeinption, thence north 40  c iiiins, west Iil chains, .-outh 10 chains, east 10  uli'ains to .skirting point.  n-int J. A. MAOEK,  Victoria, July llth, 1M1C.  IP.   LEAKE,   IMI.IEL  Mining Engineer and Metallurgist  ���������REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B.C.���������  Assays on Gold and Silver.  Analysis of All Metals made at lowest pates.  Prompt  and,. Correct  Results   Guaranteed.'   llepo'r.ts made on properties,  etc.    Give me a call.  WESTERN ML  Manufacturers of  H.W.T.  Hungarian Patent, Straight Baker, Strong Baker, and XXXX,  TUCED DDAMR)"1 M'uuifactuicd from Manitobii No. 1 Hard Wheat.  IHtlK   DKAilUO   Color, Strength and Uniforuiity.of Quality'diiinliincd.  Tliev guarantee their goods euual to anv niauuf.ietuiud in Canada.  ' M. McDONAM),  Agent for the Northwest Territories iind British Colmnbia,  Address:  P.O. Box  35, Calgary, Alt.a.  SOLD AT RKVELSTOKE'BY HUTCHISON BROS'.  PROVINCIAL 'BUILDING -AND  -"   ... LOAN   ASSOCIATION.'   ���������  TORONTO, ONI, '. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 85,000,000.  Loans "Made on Town Property.  Shares fo?' Sale.  ���������  "       ' . .LOCAL   BOARD,:      n    '  President:  D. BonixsON ;     Vice-Pirsidnnl:   It. S. AVilso.v ;  ' Solicitor':*W. 11. WiirtTAKEii;    Valuator : C  Lind.mauk':        ,   '  Directors : ,C. li. Humu, E. H. S. McLean, -M.D.,- E..������). Lewis.'  i ' (' ' ' i i  F.  W.   LAING,  Sa;retar:!/-7r(!a#urer aiid Sjj'Hiial Agent,  From whom all information can be obtained.  R.HOWSON  a  -Dealers in^  Furniture,  Doors,  Sashes, Blinds  and Coffins.  Agentsfor Hayinond Sewing Machine, Manufacturers Life Insurance Society,  Union   Fire   Li-suranee   Co., "'Provincial   Building'and Loan Asssociation,  ��������� Ohilvns and Pianos.  HUTCHISON BROS.  Produce Merchants . . Revelstoke  Consignments .solicited of   Produce': Provisions, Flour, Feed,  new school teacher, arrived in town to-    Butter.  Cheese.   FlTC^-S,  CCC.  etc.,  .  day.    He formerly   taught  school  at  Lytton.  ;      The shoe that pinches costs as much  as the shoe that (its���������it  costs   more���������  ���������it c ists  comfort,   too.    Slaterjs' .shoes  ci-mbine durability and ease. *���������  G. P. Monckton, secretary of the  !B. C. Mii.i.ug Association, was in town  going south to Nelson to attend the  opening meeting of that association,  H. C., Saunders, assistant to - Prof.  Nasbn of tbe Columbia Hydraulic Co.,  otune down from .Smith Creek Sunday  'and went on to Chicago.  The. Church of England at Revelstoke has been presented by Mr.  Morgan, general agent of the New-  York Life, with four nice lamps.  Why do judges of good Chewing  Tobacco insist on getting genuine  HEAVER Plug. Tt .has 'no -eijual.  Refuse cheap imitations. o  Tbe first train on the South Rrancli  since the Moods went'through on Sat-  uiday last, and the Nakusp made her  lasl trip lo Revelstoke for the season  on Monday. '  You can buy a new pair of .shoes nt  uny time but don't distort the only  pair of feet -,nu can get in life; wear  ���������Slater's shoes made from lasts modelled  from the shapes of human feet.        *  E. L. Kininan i.s suffering a little  with blood poisoning in the right hand  got. while working in ore containing  some arsenic. it is getting much  bettei- with caif.ful treatment.  Mr. Chapman, the   Kootenay   agent  of W. &, A. McDonald,   <>i   Winnipeg,  who    has    been    superintending     the  erection of his   company's   new   warehouse at Revelstoke,   left,   for   Nelson  und down liver points on   Wednesday.  The Gendi-on bicycle is iu   the   lead  for elegance of design,   durability   and  easy   running.     Il    ha.s    won    in    the.  pi eson I, .season so far   thirty-nine,   first,  twenty-tluee   second     .and     nineteen  I'hiid  prizes. o  The .great est "boomer" of the West,  J .'is. V. Wardiier, was in town for a  few days- this week. lie. is looking  well iu id ha.s still- got 'many schemes  "with millions in them "to be'-put in  operation.  In  .���������Retail  Dealers���������  Flour,   FcQd   'And  'Ye^'itabies   of all kinds.    All'Fruits in  ���������   Season..    Xuts, Candies, Tobacco, Cigars, etc., etc. ,  BED-ROCK PRICES. GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.  Give-us a sample order and you will never go back on us.  nson,  THE LEADING TAILOR.  Spring Stock Just Arrived,  __ Call Early and Avoid Rush.  -SIBBALD & PEASE,  Wholesale   Commission Merchants.  -Revelstoke  Station-  EEVBLSTO  T^L-TIOlST.  (Established 1887)  - - - Wholesale and Retail Dealers  In Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Stoves, Hardware, Paints,  '    Oils, Glass, Doors, Windows, Miners Supplies.  33^"We carry the largest and most complete-stock, in.,this section. ���������  ,    BRANCHES at NEW DENVER and NAKUSP.   ���������'.  ILEEE   &o  ELLS3  Gents Fumishings/ Drugs, Fancy  ���������, Goods, Tobaeeoes and Ckaps. ������������������,  "A thing of beauty  wall paper  and a joy' forever'" is a house  when it is papered with artistic  F"ullest and freshest line in town at Gilker & Wells,  POST OFFICE STORE  REVELSTOKE, B.O.  If you want to reach the People in the North Riding of West Kootenay  YOU SHOULD  ooooooooo'oo, oooo-  IF.YOU   WANT  m,  You can get it done at the "Mail" Office  Amy office  nr  r  in  000000000,00 000000000,000'oooooooooqo OOO  ���������   '    RE\ELST0KE. WEST KOOTENAY, B.C.'  Look out fop that  NEW STOCK OF SLATER'S SHOES  on the way  Have Got in a Fresh Stock of  Candies, Nuts, Layer Fig-s,  Canned Salmon, Coffee and  GROCERIES,      '  *^Su*  gTerJiy Tfc-iM-^1 mmt -im.'ui  NOTARY   PUBLIC   -   -    KKVKLSTOK K.  P,.(,.  Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent.  FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  .Representative of tlie Kootenay, Smelting & Trading Syndicate.  AGENT FOR TROUT LAKE CITY "eVAN-SK-jIIT, KASJ.'O .V '^AK-iyS'l.-'  Steam; and' Power.  RllHBHMWMBftMiaeagfflfffl

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