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 &  /^./. ,^-L j. v-6 ������<V  /  ,-���������-.-��������� t ���������  XT' . -  Vol. 6.'���������No.  18.  REVELSTOKE.' WEST KOOTENAY,, B.C., AUGUST 2(>, IS90.  $2.00 a Year.  ^^/a^^vi^vt^*^'W4*vft^'H'VV*^^'  ^  , fir*'  *  p ��������� i ^  ,-%^^'t^^^^W^'%^^^^^'v*jk^*vt^'^^W **&-������  Tiiiit Trout Lake will be one of the  biggc-l towns in \Wst Kootenay, there  is mil tho slightest* shadow  of doubt.  Nature has been very   kind   to.it and  aftci   'countless-,    :>���������-'   -f   unremitting  labor 1<-."  wrought, one   of   tho,  most  beautiful site.-, foi  ;,(  town  there is  in  i1  the whole' ol"   1 Si-it i.-h ' Columbia.'   Besides   this   it-   hii"   tho   advantage   of  location.    From its position   it i.s  tlio  hub of th.' whole front.'  Lake  district.  Tho   whole   valley   di,-lined   -by    t he  Lardeau, its forks and l rihulai*ies���������foeds  directly into Ti out Like, for it, occupies  an important juisition at the  junction  of, this' lateral   valley   wilh   the  main  pass extending fioin th" head of Arrow  lake to the nm thcrn extremity of Kootenay lake.    Then |o the .-outh there   is  the magnificent, si ivlch of Trout lake,  important mil only for its  beauty  and  -   the fact thnl il  alToriN  easy, access   to  the' lfnvjr sectiiMis of  lhe  di-trict,   but  thai then* is located on this  mountains  surrounding.-1 it   some   of    Ihe    finest  mining property yet discoveied in   the  Trout   Lake   ui.-tiul.    Leaving   Trout  .Lake and  advancing  noith  along   the  ���������  wagon road lh(. way passes by ranches  which   may   be  ���������cumpared    favorably  Willi anything of  their ,kind   in   West  Kootenav.    These  nmniier  eight   and  several of  Ihem   .'lie  i:i"  an', advanccd  state of,cultivation.   To the   west  lies  the country  drained  by   Trout   creek  which has many promising properties  "located on it.  T.i king''the section lying to   the'east  and drained by the L-mleau river, it  is  here where   the  greater   part-   of, the  woik li,i.- been dune which  ha*  earned  for the di*<liii : a high place in the estimation of ii.'ii.ing men.    It is here that,  such    propc* *,!������������������-   a-,   iiu*   .Silver    Cup,  .Nellie L.. C:c.u Noi t'hi-rii.' Lade (J nm p.  Hail Shot. IV..U-L Piinc'i.   Horn   Group,  'l/itlK-liol-ei'i. li'.id;   Diamond,   Silver  JJeil,,   UlacK,    W.il-iit:-.    S:l\el*    Queen,  Broad view. St. Liim  rose,    lioli   Iii-y.    I.o-t  Divide,    lil.UK     Eagle  other   fi.ie   p: o; ei lie.-  show ings ai i- h i ,ii >-il.  Old Ct������.Ji  ! J OI :  ami  w ilh  LJi ini-  e.'     Ureal  ��������� coles     ol  -plemlid  Taking the countiy lo the south.of  Trout Luke City, which must ��������� include  both the e,i-t and .west sides nf the  1,-ikeand the L irdo i iverand ti ibutaries.  Within ii couple of miles of the town-  on the western side of th..*' lake is the  Ethel, Klondike. Ilomestake and  Mobile claim-: oil Glacier creek; the  Jumbo group on,Four .Mile creek;* tin*  Mogul, Silver Bell, H.ipperanrla,, and  Bonanza-groups on'Five Aliie creek;'  the Columbia, Lotion, Pedro and  Giand S.do groups on Canyon creek:'  On the ca-loi n.side of the Kike are the  .Climax, Hidden Tioasure, American,  John L, ��������� I. X. L., Virginia, Mabel,  Nora!) Lee,<d! iiny Like. Black Kaglo,  Alice, Morning- Star and Yorkshire  L.iss. Starling fioin the foot of the.  lake, on Tenderfoot creek art* located  the-Maggie -May gioup, the John L.  group, thi' Lullu--. Tenderfoot, Now  York and Silver Cable group*, on Lake*  crock i- the ,L C. group and  on   Haley'  creek the Abbott group.  i, >.     ,      ���������* ,> ^  i. i  On Trout creek, wist of Trout Like,  several good prnpcite-5 are located  among which are'tlie Ki-hiT, Beta,  Big Hope, Copper Chief. .Molybdenum  and Cashier:   This creek ha- bad   vorv  little attention paid to it up to Ihe  present, but it is expected before long;  that the merits of the properties already located will result in a closer  prospecting of its inounlain slopes.  To the not th ol" Trout   Lake  lies   the  road to the head of navigai ion   on   the  north east aim of Arrow lake.    It   will  |ie along (his valley ancl   parallel   with  the piesent wagon road   that  the .last  link  connecting  Revelstoke   with   the  main line of (he Crow's Net,I Pass  railway, will he built.   This line,will   pass  through the  heart'of   the   town   and  from a little below it the spin   running  to Circle City' .ind  Ten   .Mile   ou   the  noith and south forks will, commence.  These towns are yt't in  embryo duit. it  isexpi cted from tlieii positions-, loc-tted  from one to four* miles from   the  prin-  c;ip-il mines  in   the   Lardeau   section,  I hat they will  be  among  the  liveliest  camps in the district. They.-no located  12 and 10 miles respectively from Trout  Lake City.   The K.   it S.   people are  also   building   into   the   country 'and  aflet passing through'Trout L:ike City  will pioceed to the he.-id  of  the  north  and south forks. ' ' .  I* mm the 'outskirts of Trout Lake  City ;iud extending north along the  'lines of the propo-ed railways i,-, a  stretch of ranch land ranging fioiu.one  to two miles in " widl h and having a  length of eight miles. The'major portion uf it has already been ' 'taken ' up  iind is being improved to such an extent that before. Jong not, only will  they be able to support all the garden  (ruck iind fodder consumed iu Trout  Lake, but they will be able, to enter  outside niiiikets. There are several  claims localed on'si reams (lowing into  the valley from the mountain slopes to  I the right and lefl.anmiig'lhe most promising ol* which, in e the Lucky Four  gioup on Boulder creek and   the   Klon-  THROWN OFF THE BRIDGE  Two   Bridgemen   Knocked   Off  by a  ,   Swinging Booni  r     ,     < ���������~ t  A laiii ntahle accident "resulting in  sei ions injuiies to a well known Revel-  ���������stoker* occurred at Gh*nogle bridge  Saturday ��������� nun ning. With his bridge  crew Alex. McGregor was putting in  falsework preparatory to electing a  solid masonry bridge, when hy some  mistake the Canada pros- special came  on, crashed into the derrick,'and, tht  hoom swinging* mound, it caught  'Alex. McGregor iind 12:1.' Sonne, who  had jumped on to,the caps, and swept  them off. They fell some, fifteen oi  more feet on to jagged locks, and sustained most painful injuries*. McGre-  i,. ,   i ���������' , ,  got suffered to the extent of a broken  forearm, a few smashed , ribs, and a  scalp wound requiring ]li stitches.  Sonne's arm 'was aNo broken, and he  also got ii bad cut clear acioss the  forehead: lb will be about,tu*o months  probably before McGregor can be, ont.  Ile'isa member of Revelstoke lodge,  I. 0. 0. F., ,ind also a Mason, and all  these orders anil a large circle of'  friends can do to lessen his suffering is  being done. Fortunately, when 'the  accident occurred, Dr. Sylvester,- of  'the. Lancet, Toronto, was* on, the-special, and he had the injured men taken  on tf> Golden, where he left his train  and attended to their injuries. He  came on to Revelstoke wilh the next  Xo.'l. Both men are now in Golden  hospital;' iind it is hoped they will  favorably progress to, a speedy i e-  covery.   r,  FIREMEN'S RACES  A Big Feature of the  Second'Day of  the Kamloops Exhibition  *'^/^/^/%^/%,'Wl^/$S^^':V%/������/%f������S1^/<b^/&^  dike group on .Murray creek.  One gi cat advantage lhe Trout'Lake  di-tiiet will bein'Mi from is ihe competition which will I'i'siili l'i nm the  ri'tn-l rucl io:i of i wo rival h.'-.-iueiios til"  railway into its hciil. They will  pierce the -.alley- an'il ravine.; of | he  L-irde.-iii as- fir as it ia pos-ibie, for  their conflict ing' in I,-res Is' will force  them to approach as close Id the scene  of mining operations as it is possible to  get. From the vicinity of Trout Lake  these spur" lines will leave I he main  track, and it. goes without saying that  the fact of this town heing a railway  centre will add very materially lo its  nal oral advantages oT location. Trout  Lake is lhe one town in the district  which has pressed steadily forward. It  has increasi d its business places and  has furnished itself wilh all Ihe modern improvements nnd conveniences  which go to make life, in the Huh of  the silvery Lardeau a positive pleasure,  W'lien it. is remembered thai Trout  Lake has mines to the north, to the  south, to the east, and to the west of  'it, that it has sitrroiinding.it, miles and  miles of superb limber, aud that iu*h,is  l .-inches which can supply all the garden delicacies which will he -required  by the town for years lo come, it, will  readily he seen what a golden future  is aw'iiting it. Wit Ii railway coin-  pctilio!) iind ils central situation il will  be the distributing point for a section  of country extending 30 miles from  not th lo s-oul.h and from east to west  of the town.���������Trout Lake Topic,  ,w J. M. Kellie In Rossland.  J. M.'Kellie. M. P. P., has been,visiting Hossland. Interviewed regarding  political issues, Mr. Kellie said there  was nothing hew in politics so far as  he new. He is satislied that Heiidei-  son, the newly 'appointed altorney-  general. would have been returned no  matter who opposed him, and that hi\  Kellie, was not. surprised (o learn that,  Reid, the ' opposition candidate, had  withdrawn from ('he contest. lie was  ol I he opinion that lhe dissat i-faction  i epi escnteil ils within lhe���������r,inks of the  Seuilin supporters was, greatly magnified by I lie opposition pre-s and't hat  ' he present governmenl would remain  'in piiw er mil il at l-'a-t new, is-uc, arose"  that aie noi now known of. In speaking of | !ie eight-horn I nv lii's.-iiil: "Ii  h.'is surely i iime to -t.iy. 1 :i our sect inn  ilii'h' i. im :ipp.ir*i.l nr'pii-ilhei Iii il.  Tii,;* mine o viii'i'-are jiayi'ig .-ji !.."> I lor  eight Iioui.s *.\iiI.oui gi il'ii'.iling. ,Th"i'i;  inav he cimleiil ioiis hetween,., mine  owners and their employers', but ,lhey  will finally adjust themselves, I hope  satisfactorily to all. I would not commit myself to' the  amendment,   but ,1  nm not sun':  but   it  would  have  been  ��������� i . i  wise and just to have confined the  operations of the eight-hour, law to  workings of a greater depth than 100  feet. For deep mining I am uncompromising in my belief that eight  hours is long enough for a man to  work. The principal is right, and no  government in my, opinion, will evei  repeal it.'1 Mr, Kellie thought the  mining outlook of West Kootenay  most bright, and expressed surprise at  the rapid strides H >sMann is making.  Tlie programme of sports at the  Kamloops exhibition, to he held on  Sept. 20th, 21st, and 22nd, will include  the following events for (he benefit of  firemen. It is expected' that teams  from Revelstoke and Ashcroft will  compete:'  Championship race,'purse .$100; 1st  prize, $75; 2nd prize,'Y$25.' , Team to  consist of 13 men exclusive of captain  or trainer. Run 10U yards to hydninf,  attach, lay 200 feet of hose, "put on  pipe, get Wiite'*, take a length of hose  otf hose eait'and replace the second  length from the hydianl, get water.  Time to be called when the water  passes the pipe the second finie. Hose  cart, to tarry not less than 151)0 feet of  hose and all couplings made. '  Wet test, purse $lo; ]str> price, $50;  2nd prize, $25. Team to consist of 11  men, exclusive of, captain or trainer.  Run'lOo'yards to hydrant, lay  200 feet  ot hose, uncouple and  sciew   on pipe.  Hose cart to  carry  not   less than 230  'feet of'hose   and   all   couplings made.  Time to   he called  when water  leaves  'Pipf'*  Speed" race. 1st prize, ,$2.*5;' 2nd  prize.ii nickel plated lantern presented  by the Gutla Percha ��������� Rubber Co.  Eleven men exclusive 'of captain or  trainer. Distance - to run 150 yards,  hose cart to carry no less than 200 feet  feet of hose, Time to he taken when  centre of reel or hose cart'Crosses* the  score. .      i,  Break and make. 1st prize, '2 gold  medals, valued $20; 2nd prize, 2 silver*  medals, valued $15. The coupling con-  tos-t'iconsjisls of breaking iind-making  five couplings in line of hose, all couplings to tie three full turns.- For every  half turn short two seconds to be'  added to running time. Hose not to  be twisted at finish.        ,  One time, keeper to lie chosen by  each competing lean).  All   members   of   teams  'competing  must he bona'fide members of ,i espect-  ive teams for two months previous to  lompetit ion." "    ������������������  i '- ��������� ���������  'All   races lo start   Irom (hop signal.'  OfIiei.il   lime   keeper's   decision cu,i In-  final in all events.  Commit lee:   GhiiT Muriny, Captains  Owens, IJI.iir and Johiist.on.    ' '  i,'Mb/%/&&&^/&i&l������/&&y&^r'&&Q/&&G, ^���������&Q/&iis&^/&^&%^'*rd  LOCAL AND,PERSONAL BRIEFS  R A, ami,Mrs. Ivc.ule**oii h.iw; .settled  flown in their comfut table resilience, on  Third .*.���������_,,  Jas. 1. \\'oi)(l.-o\v expects shorlly to  move into tlie Hyatt 'lesiflence on  iSccoihI it; i.  W, Hollow.iy and I), Cameron. w\���������,  aro en^iijY* I in the Nettie'L. clevolop-  nic-nt aiv in town this wo.rl,:  The l.ilOit songs, ..li'cel. 'music, song  folios, ill������ ii\ ** new al the Cina'la iJrug  ��������� it JJook Co. Uc'eNtoke Station.       *  Ceo, y.itlierl.ind lias lente.d M. KY  ���������Lawsuis flit anil his family are. shortly  expected iu anise iioK'fioin Halifax,  jS\,va Sen! ia,  Tho s.puci.i! uiim'ic!'of the. Ivootenay  .Mi'"'11;,   rfl.iii'l.tlil   has   come  to   hand.  Jt is replete  v. iih  cheap al fJ\kiO  lllusr.'iiti'in"! and  is  lion  J).  Mi!  for Canada, animnnc'!*1  Ji. C. iu coni'sC of a few  him to stop oil' if |i'issib!<  s, Minister of J u.iiice  ie will visit  weeks.     Oct  of silence upon the opposition pre.is���������  an irresocable injunction to look wise  .���������ind say nothing���������the ���������jounli-y might  still linvu been laboring under the  delusion that, thorn actually was an  organized political entity iu the province known a.s the opposition, The  liujoiner of si'euce did not arise, however, find the organs of lhe, alleged  opposition, like so many leaky ph^i in  a barrel, have been *'gi\ing it dead  away," from the lime the "ciisis."*  started until its \irlu.il finish, with  I lie monumental failure of the alleged  opposition, after making the air vibiate.  That Football Challenge Cup  ' Perhaps lievelstoke footballers  might t.iike n notion to send a team to  Kamloops during exhibition week to  play foi the Martin cup. , If so they  should hurry up! This cup is open for*  competition lo all clubs beiween the  Cascades and Rockies, and the rules  require that all clubs intending to  compete shall notify the secretary of  the Kamloops club befoie August 31st,'  accompanying lhe notice with a $5  bill. With the ninnies thus received  suitable inoiiienloes are purchased for  members of the winning team. ' Revelstoke can put a good team in the field  with, a little practice, and as probably  afire department learn may tro down,  the opportunity is one that could  easily he taken advantage of to secure  <i good game.  Trout Lake Railway Operations  l H. h. Kinman was in town this week  ��������� from Trout lake. He says the .sc,is(,m  , has been inn-t backw.ud, yet, nevcr-  with boasts, to put a candidate in the j Ihel s<, a great deal of useful develop-  field against Attorney-General Hen ! ment has been done looking to ihe  dm son in this city ��������� until every school > s-aily advent ,of' transput tation fa filmy now knows tint lhe so-called op- I lilies. The locniioh line'.was all to be  position has made the most ���������iurliernush . finished to Ihe foot of Trout lake to-  inipotent exhibition of itself on record, J d,,y, and grading was then (o begin at  and stands sigmdl) exposed as a bag [ once. Tin* cross-sectioning and Iocat-  of wind, an empty hogshead, or any i ing of the hue from the loot of the  other symbolical figure signifying lake lo Tiout lake wa.- iihc, to go on  sound and fuiy.-and milling else, immediately. He understood t hut the  Km* sheer shame's .S'ike, tin; i-rsf.um ! grade from Kootenay lake was now  should    never    mention    "onposiiiou," i lini-hed  to Poplar   creek, half w  Th3 Opposition.  If some   Ion  tilt: opposition . rani's   when  I'vrim" bi'ftii), 'hud but iui|.i(i.*jyj ir.vo)V  IMMC'I   innuKlinl   in  !-*���������-   when    the . late  -iv to  again ���������- either the old, contes^ed.y , Trout lake. Si far lhe Ka.-lo-.Slocan  en oil in, kuuuk-l-iieeil, back number people had made nd move in Trout  concern, or lire. Great New   Opposition ' L ,ke that he   had  heard  of, but  they  Party, (hut wa.s   f jcally called  for, ' had plenly  of   surveyors   and   survey  but couldn't dine.���������-Now \\'c.stiiiiu-itor j line--.     Tliey seined, t  .CviiiuiOiiii*,  Jl  line--.  geCijJtp.H'i'llCHUilr-it;  .o i>e  making to  Salvation Army Wedding*.'.  The, proceedings Wednesday owning al lhe. ,"->.,U ,'U ion Army Iiiut.iuUiiii  l lie occasion of ihe wed lin^ of .Soiuiel  T Liiwiouco rind M iss Iimiiiii E.i/ ibcih  Toombs were of very interestkig and  impressive, character. The hall was  well filled with the bridal 'party and  members of the army ou the platform,  when proceedings opened with the customary hymnal followed by prayer.  The usual e.xhortiiting sen ices wore,  then commenced iind briefly continued,  when an unexpected turn was given  them by the presentation ofla purso of  money to Captain Fisher to defray  the;' expenses of her projected  eastern* trip, The presentation wa.s  Hindu liy 73d. Adair in a suitable  .speech. L>y request of the groom  Jjrigiidicr Howell 'then ga\ e as  ii concci tina solo tlio Welsh National  Anthem���������-March of lhe Men of Harlech. Before commencing the ceremony Brigadier Howell explained that  though an act authorized slufl'ollicers  of the army to conduct marriages in  the pro\inces of Canada, he had,doubts,  being of American losidenee aiid staff  rank, of the validity of his ollicialing  on this occasions'), he. would imile  Rev, iS, J. Thonfpson of the Methodist  church, to assist hi in' in performing the  ceremony making thews young peuplj  one. ' ,> ������������������  ,Tho. contracting parties Lhen stood  iip, th", groom being supported by  Duncan Munro, the 'bride by dipt.  Fisher. The first of the ceremony  was tire leading and acceptance of the  binding obligations of army membership. Then followed the covenants and  promises of nuiii to woman and vice-  versa, taken from lhe. army litual, and  ���������.orv interesting it was to those, who  had novel heard it before. Hero llov.  Thompson came forward and with the.  s,*inet ion of the church delivered them  innn and wife. The .vedding over,  both biide and gmom addressed the  meeting and after tliein congratulatory  speeches were decahed by I'rigadier  Howell and Rev. Mr. Thompson.  Mention should be made here, of lhe.  excellent singing of linsigu Lester, of  \ ancouver, who was present for lhe  occasion. Au enjoyable social mooting   with* refreshments concluded   the.  "   .     i ���������  eM'iiiugsontertainiiieiit.  Thecily council held its regular meeting last night, all the members being  present. Several communication's were'  received and dealt with. Another step  has been taken in the sidewalk question  by the introduction iind reading of a  bv-hnv. The public works and property committee recommend' placing of  culveits across streets, also improve-  .rneiils to cornelery.  Minutes of   previous   meeting   lead  and adopted.  Communications were received  from  ,T. D. Sibbald re danger of undermining  building by  deepening of   drain,   and  stating  that, he   would   hold   council  responsible for* any  damage,  done;  J.  Keriiiighiin applying  for forenianship  of carpenter work   on   sidewalks  done  by day-work; S. Y. Wool ton, registrar-  general, replying to city clerk's request  re cost of making out list of lot owner's  in tbeoity; r ('solutions from the Itoforin  and Labor Association, as seen   in   the  association's report in another column;,  Alexander Robinson, superintendent of  education, saying that school* board  is  responsible for item of $!)9.o0, secretary  had been' instructed to furnish  department with   an   estimate   of   amount  necessary to square up, and on   receipt  of this a  cheque  for    $152,   over   and  above $150 allowed   for*'incidental  expenses,   had   been   foi warded   to   Mr.  Lindiuark,   superintendent   ' said     he  would be in   Revelstoke   shortly   and  take the opportunity' of investigating  matter;   applications   for*   position    of  caretaker of cemetery  were  received  from Thos, Skinner and John T. Campbell:  T.   L.   llaig,   police   magistrate,  wrote asking for* police  court supplies  and accommodation; Chief K.rundei-s ol  t.he lire de'p.u-lm-'nt reported requisites  necessary  for   bri'gade   purpose*,   and  sent  in INl   of  ollicers   elected   by the  two brigade*, for nppi oval of council.  The comiiimiic.it ion of ,]. I)..Sibbald  was r efen ed lo (he   public   woiks  ;unl  r i  pi opi'i I y i-ommil lee. ��������� >-  Cil y clei k'w,e-i in.-t rucl eil'i o r ply   in  liel'oi m and LiIioi  A-social io.i   ~l.ili.ig  ���������lhal one-1 ion ut i ost bf u:o\ ing eleci i ii  t ���������  light pole.-. ,uid ual.-r pipe- \\,*i> a" I jig d  one i i lhe pist aud ll I y-l.iw covering  future is imd"i\, weigh. Al-o, thai  council is looking into question ol  school ti ustees' report.  The public woi ks and propeity committee recommended:1 That the. sum  of $550,he,appropi'iated I'or cedar culvert across First street near Hotel  Edwards; cedar .culvert acioss Campbell nve. near Imperial B ink; Cedar  drain from Campbell avenue and Boyle  ,-iyipiue beiween 'Victoria, road , and  Kirst streef, and cedar culvert on  Victoria ro.id. That" the Revelstoke  oi'hiietery be improv-d. by'clearing lot  ���������'{Sand fire break for* fence, approximate'  co-t ftlol); and for fencing both lots 87  aird US (} picket and '? common hoard  fence), approximate cost $105, total  ���������S:>15. That the sum of $250 be granted  to cover over expenditure of appropriation in :i, ������, l'i, 11 and 15.  Moved and seconded Aid. Kilpatriek  and Graham that repoit of public  works and property be 0accepted for  consideration. Carried. ' .  , Moved and seconded by Aid. Kil-'  patrick and Graham that, report of  public works and properly'*)!* adopted.  Carried.  f>i '  Aid. Graham introduced a by-law for  providing the means of ascertaining  and determining' what lands will' be  immediately benefitted by the construction ot cei'tain,pioposed sidewalks  in the city, and for ascertaining and '  determining the proportions in which  theassessiiK-nt therefor Should be made  upon the lands so benefitted On  motion 'this by-law was read arfd  passed.   r' ���������  By-law No. 22 was reconsidered  and  finally passed.  Moved and seconded   by  Aid., Wells   ���������  and Crage. that King .street closing ,hy-  .,  law be read a second time. The motion  being put,   Aid.   Graham,   Crage   and  Weljs  voted  for it,   Aid,' McKechnie,    <  Brown   and   Kilpatriek   against;    the  mayor gi\ ing,the casting vote declared  the motion loot. '  Chief   Bain   reported    that    several  parlies   had   not   complied   with' the ���������  requirements   'of   tin:   fire   by-law    by  building chi'h.ioy.-. ' 0   .  The police' magistrate's ii port was  handed i.i. . * ���������  Aid. liro-.Vii asked  when   lhe   survey  wo'ii'd    he   cumiiienred   on   recreation '  grounds.'  ALL   Kdp it Ke!  \V IS llo deed    ' -"  surveyed.        ' ' '  C.I v clerk -lid h ��������� had I'm warded   feisj  ol'$ll)io   iniiiiii-V*  nf  I h.*' i'lterii'n-  mi  i ecreai hi i gio.md - and nccived receipt  I'iii' same. ��������� ' i  Aid.'Wells* asked if cemetery fence  would be built by contract or day-  work.  Aid. Kilpalrick said this had not  heen decided but would probably' he  brought, up at, next meeting.  The council adjourned until 1:30 p.m.  Monday for lin.il consideration of the  sidewalk bv-law. ,  replied cthat' I hei e"  Kootenay Ore Output  In connection wilh figures of West  Koofenay'.s ore output, tho Vancouver  World wants  to   know'   what li is  b"-1  (omo of* the   pi edict ions   made , t hi ee  i  years ago that, at (he end of IS'Jl) ore  shipments would be $15,000,000, and,  trying to make a contrast with present  affairs, it s'ays, "if it recollects aright,"  the shipments for IS97 w?*re "in* excess  of $7.'()0(),000." ' 0  The M.ur; knows nothing of Hie predictions referred to;, it deals wilh  figures iind dncsnT'roly upon "i ('collections" when doing so. The minister of  mines'reports show a Kootenay output for ISJo of $1,012.7.55; I'm li'll,  $0,705,70:5; I'or'ISO;-", $fl,OI2,'.)7.*); and for  18i)0 (approximately) of $!i,50).0;).| ir  the present rule of output continues.  It looks froni this iis if it could be argued that tho last year of Turiiei i-m  gave mining mat tors a shook from  'which (hoy are but now recovering.  Bengough Coming*:  "Wold has just been received before  going to press that J. W. IJongough  has been secured for an evening's  lecture cai ly in November. . This i.s a  treat to come, and lhe ciiteilairiinent  afloidi-d of listening to this noted  c.iiiciitmist and lecturer will be generally looked .forward to by the .people, of  ������ tllis'ljeclivlJi '���������'.,,'  A Lardeau Group.  A Mr. Woods, of London, England,  i.s repotted to have made the final payment on the bond on llio Glengarry  group, in the Lardeau. The Glengarry  was lliis,proper ty of Messis. L Ailhur,  Vicloi'in; G. IJ. Scolt, Vancouver, and  .J. IJ. Sibbald, of lievelstoke. it is  understood that the amount of the  bond was over 020,000, find ihi.-, I'mal  payment has boon mado two months  before the I'uatui ily of llio bond. Mr.  Woods, when hr bonded the property,  iiislallorl a diamond drill and boied lo  determine the' 'extent, permanency,  and, as far as possible by this means,  lire values of the, oris body'showing mi  the surface, He was evidently satisfied  vvitli the result.���������Nevvs-Adver liser.  The. Reform and Labor Association.  Al the meeting of the Labor Ae������  social ion Monday it was decided to ask  the city co'uucil to give information a.s  to who is paying cost of lowering of  water company's pipes etc.; it protested against closing of any public street  for private convenience,- and asked  that school trustees show )i balance  sheet,lo council in re their application  for* assistance fiom city., It resolved  to pray the city council to apply single  tax principle.- in coming taxation as  far a-power's conferred will allow. It  also emphatically endorsed the views  of W. K. .McLean, M.P., for East York,  Toronto, advocating government  ownership iind naturalization of railways. A letter was received from ][.  Moslork. M. P., staling be favored the  increase of the Chinese immigration  lux to $j'J0, supported Mr. Maxwell's  measure lo that effect."  Not Seen From the Window,    -  ll, Nm great pity that I ho. vi-.il ing  Canadian !Jiv-.-, Association, which  now i.- touring ihi- province could riot  lie cillci Milled at Revelstoke. It is  Very ncie<-,iry (,, impress \)u. easlei't)  Canadian visitor, e-pec ally its press,  with lhe I'.u t that Kootenav is not all  to I he -nut li, Im t that north of here N  a peal n.i ili'.leiaii ��������� legion lichlv  niinoi'aliv.cd mid capable of expansion  as great a-, any oilier purl ion of our  wondei ful ciuinli v.  A Hot Baby.  W. IJ. Mearns, grand chancellor of  the K. P. lodges in \1. (!., i-a.v-, a l'i or  two visits lo Kevelstoko, that though  Cold Range is the "baby" lodge of the  older in lliN'pruvince, it is in his unalterable, opinion.. unquestionably   !*ihe  WHntiedt'.uieuiber vf.\liv Imud."   '  1 iie  denial  No Strike at Rossland.  follow iie/ brief but Complete.  of -li ike tumble at Rossi Hid  was sent bv M.isoi ('oodeve to c.-isiern  papeis which publish such mistaken  reports. "No tiuihin omr special  lllidi'l dale of August. Ifi of double  hot ween mine owneis and minus-.  Mine owneis aud men are on ino-t  friendly (ei ins. Eight hour law doe>  imt tilled us nuil no lr*oribiis,of  kind is. iinticiji.'Uedy Kind!  deiiifd pi'UUjilieuftt,''  s  my  q  . o-  Q MEEE ;K0'������^  ^b^Ylkooteiia^xioait  .PUBLISH !���������*!") EVKKY SATUKOYW,   ���������'':������������������  .'���������'    ' -"fe-..' ,.   x   ' --at-' '    '"��������� .'Y'y',  ������������������'������������������! REVELSTOKE,B.C., ,;  '      ' >:'  ��������� /. ���������   'i y ��������� ���������-, -', ���������. _ity_ :   ���������������������������'     ��������� ������������������    ������������������.��������� ������������������.  ?,' .-��������� "':.'.'     li. K. 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B'alaiici:!-:, I*ui'ii.ices, l-'ire Glay1 goiids','.Scientific aiid Prac'ticii'l IJooks,'Glasa.\v.iir'.e,,'i  ('ia ti bum goods, A.i.'ii Is, Ciii'iii iC'i'i Is iind iill ot hi.'i'A;ssa.\'oi''s,and Miner!s re(|iiireinoiilH ,,;  yo'le 'Ay'enls lor'Morgan 'Crucible CYoiii|);uit,.,J3;il.terse,'!, Becker .Soils' Bai- .  ,,'inces, elc,,'   ,        Y-,.,;t'���������;���������,������������������. .-, ��������� ������������������-Y,;-   y':X'   ������������������'.'.    ���������������������������','��������� yk''   '���������'''��������� ��������� ','Y '.',' "''": '���������'..'���������:'''-. '���������    ���������   -.'���������  x- , t.'.iYtiil.ogii.i.!,and full piii'f iciilar.-r sent on iipplicatioh. .- -  Y       ,-,��������� ?'. . ���������'-.'.', ,���������,;."  Largest and Best  Erjnipped  Hotel on the (Jp)is(;  .''������������������������������������ Ever ytliiug new find  np������  ; ^to-diitoY     " .,   ���������������������������'���������''.'".;���������   'I'Y. Y'Y ���������'.  VICTORIA,  1    Popular Prices, Free Bus.  BRITISHvCOLUMBlA^'. Stephen - Xbh^Prdp:.  is a.s true in general npp:i-.;,ii.ioii ns ,in  p'irticiiliii" business u-;e, . Ami, vybile  wc do not encoui'iiyc" c.v;li'a\ii''nnce   or  opoQ  liitmimt  in   ihi.''   closing   dayft. of. .the j  session should be niiidc  public, ut) the]'  ...        ,.     ';;i    a.   ii -ry.u ,-ieil.  slfi-el r woiildu'l. !  ^ef   aw  a itail",  H Kid        exciteXi, lithe ol' the iiil.ei est among j  's-hoppers'tlyit  t 'lie 'pi icYi It. S. Wil ..SOX k .rp-ioting ,ftn Hond.y-innde Y  Clothing iu!a tloiny, ..       ..   ���������'��������� ,'������������������ / . '���������������������������'';���������������������������:./ '��������� <������������������'? y   ���������''     ';;���������    ���������  ,  FOKAN, Propriotor.  Xc.v nnd- Modern arid Strictly Kli:nt Clnss���������Good Sample Hootns���������    ���������  Y, '      '   Uuvcu S-' and 82.50, per' Day. ���������'.-' Y     -   Y'   .,   ..  ���������Corner Hastings and Gambit? Streets;.Vancouver, B. Ct THE KOOTENAY- MAIL.
Coot iiiiii'd from Sj-uoiid l'.ig.*.
trul of the iifVaiis of the Dominion?
S'.ih��.t.i!iti il reduction-^ were made in
many lines of importations, arrd'fai*
more would have been made but for
the aili-icial- conditions that have
been created by the ultra-protective
policy of the. previous IS years, which
made it iiupo.-<-ible to introduce those
draMic'chiin^es ���which the full, opera-'
tion of tin.' principles of liberalism
would have required without "doing
injustice to any class." �� But that Lim
new policy has '���promoted domestic
and foreiern tiade and ha.-tened the
return of prosperity to our people,"
sur','ly needs no demoustiation in view
of the
in the cou'imerce  of  the Dominion, of
nearly  a. hundred   million   dollar's iu
three" years.      The trade .statistics vvill
al-o prove to a demonstration that the
new policy has."promoted   freer-trade
wilh   ihe   whole .world," while an ex-
1 animation nl" the details vvill show that
increase  has   been "more  particularly
\vvjlli   '(Jie.tl    Hii'l.iiu   and    the  United
_.St.ite4-\"     Surely it, is equally   ohvioi.s
to (he  most  superficial .observer* that
'the   policy w'hich   has encouraged Li.e'
m.-inufaclui er    tii    va-tlv   extend    his
operations, that,ha.- induced   the merchant lo launch ont into now channel**,
thai    has   made  it    possible    for    the
farmer to increase his  stock   and generally   I.i   improve   his   holding, may
reasonably lay claim to' being a sound
fiscal pidicy. . '       '      .
'' So ifar tlien a- currying out tlie
undertaking- of this first plank, 1:0
re.'iso'i.ible m,-in could ask more within
the tiiue Ih.-rt 1 be govei nmeiil has had
pcivver lo act. 11 is nut pretended that'
the woik i- completed;    much remains
1 Ttlado tlip Sailors Swear.
Several hundred case-, of genuine snner-
ki'iiut hi'oke loo-e in tlio lioh! of the Bnt-
i-h .-,:cam-ship Yi.V-lljaU while bound from
Hamburg to Philadelphia, and llio con-
lent-, r.m our. among tbe cargo, producinc;
a smell that pervaded everything, audwas
iilmost intolerable. The English sailors
swore like pirates over this new af"iction
forced upun tliein, but there wa- no relief
until the ���steamship reached this port. The
re-ponsibiliry for the lois ha-> been settled
liy putting it on the shipper*, because of
- not, having placed theaauerkrautiii strong
An ingenious device i-> being brought
out iu Uirrnrrigham for locking the steering g��ai* of bicycles. By ii turn of the Jrey
llie front wheel or the machine can be locket in any position. Tiie locking apparatus
is very .-mall, it adds bnD a few ounces to
the weight of the machine, and unless
one looked for it specially it would quite
Oscapa notice. The construction is said to
be simple and cannot get out of order, and
it can be inadu and applied at a small
^fln&fi & Booth
House Paint ens,
��� Carriage Painters
"\Ve do work  half down, nnd   month]v payment-.   All work guaranteed.
. CHUBB   &   BOOTH.
McKcnzie A\e., opp. Taylor--! Ulock.
r�� Vf r53      ��� < -   u     WL-    "
M-ltC^'MM     Jj  .��������� ;. .J
'Fred Robinson
��i, irropnetoi
Tlio   C7hi*h Whites  ITorhCS.
The Czar of Ku=sia lias one <-ct of fifty
hor.-e.s all pure while, with blue eyes.
They are beautiful creature-, but deaf, as
white animals with blue eyes always are.
These white horses are u-ed in showy
proccssions on stntp occasions,., and, like
Queen Victoria's famous creain-coloved
horses, are never sold from the imperial
.stables. When pn-t use they are shot and
buried with due ceremony.     ��    '
A TiiiH! S":iv<t.
The value of the electric light,as a saver
of time i.-> strikingly illustrated in a return
just made of the average time occupied by
.-hips in pa.���ing through the Suez canal.
With the electric light, the journey Is ac-
cciiiipli.slu'd in eight minutes under twenty
hours. AVitlrout the light thirty-one
hours and tvvent,--foiu* minutes is the tiui$
Usually required
to lie di-ne. hut life government has
.shown that il lealizes the necessity of
in,iking.hast,.' slowly, th'erehj- gaining
the conli h'oce m" the" li'i-iine.-s community, which has wilh marvelous
appreciation re-ponded 'to the improved conditio:) of affairs. I vvill
1 -, i ' i
con^dt r'the other planks of the liberal
platform in my next letter.
Man and Mankind.
Tlie -Undent observes iind classifys
lower and higher forms of life till 'in'
the ,-iscendanl sc.-ile he reaches ai.d
stops at--ni,in !   'And  what  a ' niir;iele
��� Ji'* j.- to lum-elr. vvh/jtir. rjjixl lire uf the
linitcnnd inlinite. '''A worm! A God,"
said Young; ������Created half to rise and
half to fall.''' said Pope; "The giea't
depository and guardian of. truth, and
yet,   a  mere  huddle   of. uncertaint \,"
��� pronounced    Pascal;   "A   lillle   lower'
���than t he angel.-,''declared I he Psalmist,
' yet, pathetically,' whose '* daj-^ ,-u-e as
grass." W/onilei-tnl <js is the suhj. cl,
liovvevei'. t here is still a�� nobler one���
niankind ! The whole is gi'eater than
its part, and in hi-relation to and il* al-
ings vviili hi-'kind ni.in reaches to all
the nobler heights of his being. Man
in himself i--, indeed, a splendid creature
hut, ' '
"Alan upon  loan  d��epend.--,   iind  brea|c
the chain, ,  * '
He soon returns to savnge  life again.'!
It needs the tentlei ties of love, the
claims of duly, tin1 mutuality of feelings and commuuity.ot intereststo see
man at his hest. '
"Man. in sociclv, is like a flower
A Sensitive Jinn.
That tho average man is very sensitive
��B to his physical    inilrniitiesr was strikingly illustrated in no   Arch   sti-pot.   cai
yesterday afternoon.    Kcar the rear platform sat nvvoll-dressad   man,   with   one
leg stretched out in front of him, almost
completely blocking tho passage.   A lady
boarded tlio car,   and   in   her   efforts to;
, reach a seat,   stumbled   over   tho man's
le��.    Hn npol.igizod, but   did not chnnge
his pnsition.    Presently   another   feniiile
passenger got on, nnd   she was forced to
stop over tlio obstacle' Thou the coiutuc-,
.tor interfered.    Approaching the mnri he
i*equu?t?d hiin to draw in   his   font, but
the request was  pronplly   refused.  "I'll
put you off tiro ear if ynu don't," expo'st:
ulntsd   tho   conductor, "l'nn   won't ��� dq
anything of trie kind;" was   tho spirited
reply.    Hot; words tnllovved, n seii'llo^ou-
suad, and tho   obstinate   passenger .was
Qnnlly landed In'tho street.    It was then
discovered that ho had   nn   artificial leg,
and rather tl.nn ucknowledfro his affliction
ho hud run the chances   ot" n disgraceful
scene.���.Philadelphia lioeocd.  ���     -    ;
KiiriflidiK this Spanish TflnjcuQ.
"MReconl Breaker" is the Infest ' tenii,
adopted from'English into tho hospitablf>
faihily of Spanish spcocti, which,' nl-
thnugh eleganc and sonorous, is somo-
tiinos lacking In conelsenoes. 'What with
"records" iind "hunilicnps" UicDvocabulary of "ol���sport" is augmenting, fiome
one more bold tin.n erudito translates
thu flrst-nnmod term "qiiabrr.doi; do'Ifb.
(merely j" . ,"
Newly Opened. ,
Furnished and Supplied
J'is  the:e
only    reach     therji
J3!ov\:i   mi   its   iritive   bud
JLis faculties expindeil ju*fi||l hloom
(Allure   out,    there   only    --'-���-     "���
p.i riper n.-e."
The proper study of imtnkind is man,
in-iybe, but in.in'.- he-tsludy is equally
ma'ikiud. There -elfi-hne'ss is ohlilcr-
a'ed hy duly, hiiteis mingle with (ho
sweets aii,i in its be-t form it.- pleasmos
iind pain& ai e,
''i'wportioned like the colunins of  the
teinpl.'" .
"Giving   and staking, strength    recip-
'   lot'-il."
All  the   feelings   are   enl.-uged ' arid
pleasure;, heightened hj company,    '
"Xature in I'.'-al I'm* liiiniiin ,-imity,",
t'lV-nics, er damps, an' uiulivided joy,"
IJy.-i contract with others it provokis
a kiiul!i"t* -pu-it.
"Then gently sc,i;iiyonr brother nian,
Still geni lei, .-i-ler Woman;
Though   they   may   gang   ii    kennin'
To step a-ide i- huiii.iil.1'
Jt moves to sympathy nnd a-sisliince
in vv.ie, tin* greatest of ihc virtues.
which    crested
'* INipiiI.tr Stonrs   fur   Jpwclry.
Through all changes; when cveiy stone
gepmjj tq l\;ivy its day, the diamond sj^nds
nlono. Incomparable. In these days stone?
five brought into proir.inenee to mee; the
clcimuul for variety, and such stones a.s tlie
amethyst, the aquamarine, the chrysGboryl
tbe golden ciU'helian and niiiny other sfq^,;;5
known as seiiii-precioiij;:*,i'ius^ wonderfully
cut and set as iq greatly'increase their in '
tr.insic value. These stones are rery fashionable jusc nt predentin tbe form of collar
and girdle. Thu turquoise has been more
universally adopted in recent years than
any other stone. Tlio greatest number,
and some of tho most beautiful, have of
late years been found in our own country.
During the last three years ?400,000 worth
of American turquoises have been used.
- And the opal���tlint exquisite stone with its
fairy light dancing over its delicate sur-
!iieo���just uovy is (hiding its reward, after,
many yudrs'of prejudice. Indeed, so far
has thu old superstition regarding this
stone been removed that lb 1ms become,
when set in diamonds, ono of the chesen
stones for tlio engagement ring, "and the
woman who can chirm among her associates the most beautiful opal is to be
on vied, not pitied.���Jeweler's Circular.
YViimi'iits Hii;lits  r.onj; Arii.
Women used to have a few of,ihe^poli-
r.iral privileges they are now demanding.
Women sat. hi council with the 'Saxon
tribes; abbesses deliberated with the king,
bishops and nobles at Beconceld in G9t, and
live of them signed the decree of the assembly; in the reign of Henry III. and of
���Edward I. four abbesses yrfirp summoned
to parliament, and in the reign o'i Edward
Iill six countesses werp distinguished in,
Llio same way. ' *���'
ICll-slu'li   Cold   lil'HHC,
Kussia has in its treasury gold rubles to
'.lir.niiriih('i* of. CI0,261,U00, or u(-nrly $~XC-
��10 Win colli.
.no   i.oii,ml    pe.u
I'm tune wears,
*i'.r gem,   I hnl   twinkling hang--,   from
lie.uily'.- ear s;
Not l!i"  bright  .Mary,   which   night's
bine ai'i'li adorn;
No: ri-ing .��tt:i.   that gild.-  the  vermil
Sliiue v.itli such lustre as the tear that
D.nvii virtue's inanlv clieek foi   other's
woes." '
Eveiything goes to show thai mini:
kind is ni.iu'n concein nnd il proper
(ippretirilioii of his pail in the play
will urge' his fellow actors in life's.
dram.i to moie faithful efforts. It hits
been declared it is not well for liim lo
lie alone; his led, Ills better' being, is
hound up with Ins fellows and without
doubt he i- his brother's keeper.
"Like warp and wool all destinies
Ai e woven fast,
JLink'd'in sympathy like lhe keys
Oi an org,i n vast;
Pluck one I hie.id, and the vveh ye mar;
lb cal. hut (UH!
Of n thousand key-", ami tlm pitiilij \,iv
;rJU'UUtfll (ill will niii."
An t'M!,-ral(.'fiil CiMinlry.   ���
Jfursli.'il Ney was .wild nnd grand at
ViLtcrloo. He had his /it'Lh bor-e kil'ed
under him ;it ,tlie filial catastrnphe, Hy
was cut find bullet-inarkiiil, muddy, magi
Iijlicont add buldlng a broken sword in bis
hand, "Come," be shouted, "and see "now
a imii'sliiilot I'r.'ince dies, on ihe battle*
fleld!" But it was in vain. Death avoided him. lie grew haggard and indignant,
and hurled at Drouec d'Eilon the que���
tion, "Are you not going to get yourself
killed Iiu re?'' Cannon balls cru-slicd a
handful of nien at his side and he cried,
"Oh, there is nothing fornu! 1 should
Ilka all these English caution ball-to enter
my chest." But he lived until ungrateful
France murdered hittf.
Uuftlolir-iiy Equipped.
"Do you know, 1 Ir. vo half n mind to
go oiH of parly politics and become a Mug
"Half n mind? Thai; Is quite snJTlcicni
iov the purpose."���Indi.tnnpclis Journal.
Tlio Envious Crow.
As (he rf'i1To;lil mi'-cl its iM-et',}- head
Aiul into the .sunlight *-bd
A ji.'issinj; r-rov.- r.-nvcl loud and lone
"Get on loiIejclU:* l:idl"
���'.-'iiH'liui.'in C'onnnovc.'.'il Tribune.
Onutioninff Mini.
firown���I run geing on the stage.
Jones���Don't got a thinking part,    11
gou do, you'll Lrciil* down --Town Topics,
Furniture and
','��� Undertaking:- ��� -
Repairing' and Upliolstering Done.
Warehouse in��� connection for storafte
of fiiinily nndotlicrfuniitiire, trunks,
etc., at monthly or other rates.
Agents for Raymond Sev\injj Jbichincs,'
Revelstoke Station, -B.C.
Having* arranged for, the season's"'��� cut ' of
FIRE\YQOD��from the.'Revelstoke "Mill, I will
fill orders at $2.25 per cord. ��� .    , '       i:      .   .'
Orders left at house or by "mail
will be promptly attended to.    ���'
clays across
llic Continent
by the
"Imperial Limited"
Tlio   rosiest   a:id   bes'o    ciulppcd
train croa3lzi2 tho con'..':::nt.
Trains leaving tho Pr.cliio Co.iot
Tuc3'.layrj,Thui*3dayn anfl Satur- v
rtays, co;i:i;ol al Fort V/llllaui
wltZi U13 palatial Lr.ho ntcamci a
. T.Ir.;iilo'ja, Alberta, and Alha-
br.soa, across Uis Great Lal::a.
For full particulars as to time,
rates, and for copies of C. P. R.
publications, apply to
Aftcnt, Uevelhtoke.
Koofenay Railway & .," ���
' Navigation Company
Oporr.tiiiK Kj-slo.&'Sloeari Rnilvvav.,,
Inieri)!iiicii,i! Xavi^ition ic Trading
Conipni!;-. , ~ -
Schcdulo of Time-Pacific Standard Timo
lCU'cclivi; J 1111c !!), '00.     *
Kaslo & Slocan Railway
I'li^veiiijcr li-.iin for s'aiuluii and vi-nv stations
k'liv e-. lva-.ii) at S a.m.: daily, i cuirniny. leav cs
SaiKlon al I.I,") p.m., arrivini;,-it Ka.^lo 3..i.i ji.rn.
International Navigation and Trading
Opcratiriif on JCooU'iiay 1-ike and liiver.
S.S. r.N-ri HNAT.'ox.vr. !cnv<< JC.-wIofor Kelson
at, (i a.m. daily except Sunday: returning, leave*
NeNon at   l.:W p 111.. c.illiin; at  Halfonr.   I ilot
ray, .\in��vvortli. smiiI all uav point.'s: connects
vviih ���-le.uner Alberta'  to and   from   Bonner's
hurry, rdalio: uNo vmiIi S. !���*. VC; x. train to and
from s=pok.-uie. at J**Hf Jlilc IMlnt.    *
S. .S. AL'ii.urv leave- Nul-on for Hornier'^
l'en-y. rne��d,iys and .S.iturdav- at 7 a m.. meet-
ni',' -te.uner lriKTii.ulon.il from Ka^lu al Pilot
Hay: rcturiiinir. leave- Hdhiici-V l-'crry nl 7 a.m.
Wed lie-day-. Friday- and Hiitidav��, r'oniiei-ting
.with -teiuiH'i* Interiiaiioiial ,-oiil for - Kaslo,
L.11-1I1). and Arijijiita. JJircct comicclion.- made
al ronner'-Kerry ivi;!i Great N'orthcrn Haihvav
lurall poii:i��i'(i��i ami ivc-r.
Lardo-3uncan Division
���Stwiner Jti'.eriiutir/i.a". lcuc-" ICa.-lo for I,*i|-do
and   Armenia  ai  i.l.'i  p in.. W'odiu-dav-  and
l-rid.'i*. -.
Ste.niKT Alb?:-ta i. a-.-r- Ka-lo for I/irdo and
Aryi nta at i> p m. .-Siindaj -.
.-"t'.iMi-r- f.-il! at printir-.l hnliii^s in both
illri-i turn-,, ami a! otlitr piaipl- mIk-ii .-.^milled,
'l'i,:ls<-r--'(Id to all poii.ti in Canada and llic
tinted Stat<~. ,
To a-;";ta:'i rato ami ftiU iriforrr.ntlon.
S If
rvin.::.iircr. Ka-lu. IJ. C.
j P.cyal'r.Ia-l Lines.
I     Cheapest Xtoutc to tho Old Country.
J H!-:av:-;k LINK-rror.i Montreal.
j LakcSiipr-rior   -      . ...   Aiif,-. 30
���     ' -       -  sio-jt. 13
I-i!:<: Kntari'j
I lAr-u.Jlirroii
j I.:.ke J-'nperiur   -
j V.uhonvcr ���
] Iioinniioii ���
I Cunbroiinn
. ���Ji*(it-in*iii ���
VaiiLoiiver -
Oet-   i
-Krom Montrtal.
���  Herit
or to
Truv. Ijahs. Agent,
I Nelson. H.C.
,1. (JO V u*;���
A. (J. I'. Agent,
Vancouver, 13. C.
ALLAN UNK-Kroin Montreal.
I'.o-i-ian Aug. 31
':ll,\'"*i'i'i t-epl.   1
< alifonimn ���     14
Taiiuii i!    SI
I'ari-Ian "    'li
Havarian o'ct.  o
I'li���eripf-i*- t:<*lo ted through to all parts of
firtat Hriiain ,iad Ireland, and sit ipcciallv low
riU'.-clo all paitr, of the European continent.
Apply,to neartit rail.va;- or .-tcnniahip agent or
Ti Wt 8RA9SSAW, Agent, RovuHMilt?,
mmmmm&mmmtmmBm THE KOOTENAY MAIL*
During* ihc prevalence of
cholera in London. Knif.,
some years uoo, the
Hoard of Health made
enquiries of, 'the leading
physicians, which resulted
in their proposing a certain mixture, for .use in
cases of cholera and diarrheal. We have this mixture in 25c and 50c bottles.
EO. F. CURTIS--""11135^
Successor to ths McD. A.  W. Co.
Revelstoke Station, B. C.
I Sunday    rii^'lit    from   'Nelson.      Mr.'
I (.'(H'pel   is, on   his   regular   inspection
' trip and is  <,'oin^ into   Cariboo.     Mis.
dofpel   vvill    remain   for   a   while   at
Hewitt llostoulc, M. 'P.,' returned
Monday ni^Iit'from liis visit to Coma7
])li.\- wliere, lie, is interested in ,tlie
Kootenay Lumber Co. G. Morkill,-
the manager, came up with him and
returned next morning. ,Mr. Bostock
went on to J)ucks.
��� I), ('. Cithern t, the lievelstoke
grocery clerk has been sentenced to
the Westminster jail for 15 months on
five charges of obtaining goods by
false pretences., The original charges
weie uUciing forgeries, but these were
wiilidi-iun. He got three months on
each chiuge. He failed to' secure
compel, and pleaded guilty'to the
charges. Among the bills incurred
by Cat heart was s.*30 for* hack hire and
another large sum for jeweler*}.
LUl. I,ty.
Tlia Leading Store...
��� ������
ur   ,s p i��:
\ L
'next- week,    commencing
Monday  morn i no*, will  be
���                                                        O                                          -     r
Youths' Hoys',; and Children's Clothiny. '* Marvel
ous values.
*    *    *o*'   *    4
...James Grill & Co.
Ki:rn,i;hON     Wi'ioirr.'   At tlieC'liiiuh
of  the Iiedcf'inyr, C.ilg.ny, 011'the
���   '   ���   1 Gt Ji   inst ,   by   the   I lev.   S.    11.
,        Cubitt, Kdw-iid Ad.nn  Krt t lc-mr,
of   lJcwkloke,    to    .Mi--s    Fr ���lines
Mary "NViigiit, of C.i'g.iiv.
Those street lights aie .'ill li-Jit
J. \). arid Mrs. Mnlson are mi a
holiday visit to Vaneoiivor.
��� W. (I. Ijii'iiey was in inwn last vv^ok
from ins C'anyon' cieek jirospecting
trip.   . '     "
J. J). Sibbald has 'been appointed
inspector of frii'l pests fur   Kevel.sioke
c" . i. '
Mrs. rind M isses C-n hot t have rented
the Pease   residence and   ii'oved.'in ( n
Ed Chi'istison,   Chas.   Peleisfin, and
'��� ' "WY I)est vver,; in lovv'n this week   fiom
JJig Bond. , ,     \
v      . . V
1 ;      Lieut.'   Upper    talks    of   going   to
Toronto in a few weeks'lo take ;i cour.se
,   in maxim gunnery.      '*��� '   ���      j
Chief Licon <c Inspecler Mcl'ae   left
Wednesday for .Selkirk City' to in<*pec*l
<��� new hotel premises.
Mrs. .Walter Sent I,  of   Illecillewaet,
came in   Wednesday   morning   ,-iml "is
,   visiting Mrs. A. Mcl'ae.
Photo views of lie\ cNlokc can be
had at the Canada liwik iv?* Urug Co.
Prices i'o and 00 cents.    ,       '        *   '���
Mrs. Hamilton1 ��� crime ii j i from
Halcyon last Saturday and will re
iivu'n here with Mis.' McLean.
, - P.< Ijlnckniorc and .}. ,Jackson are in
town from L>?oi ine creek,1 wlieie ihev
iveie working on lhe. Ackiiv.gioup. ''
iron. Alex. Jlciideison, ,(.). C, attorney-general, was ie elected for'Xevv
"Westminster citv on 'J'tiesiLiv   without
. . * * *      *-
' J. "W. .Thomas and .). I'.. Scott returned fiom Lear Creole" Wednesday.
They came in for supplies and went
back on Fi iday.
Chris  Hanson   and   (Ins   lled-tuim
are taking up   new   ground i|ii  Smith
creek.       Gus    is   .showing    some   foie j
placer* gold, *. j
'Mrs. T.   E. J. Tiivlni* r*>iuined Sun  j
dav   inorning   from    her   cmm    \ i���n   '
** I
Mr~T-.iylor went, as  far as Noli h   Hill |
,to meet her.    , i
1       J. P. and Mrs. Kennedy aie in (owe !
t.liis week.    Tliev have been to Senile '
and Harrison  Hoi Spi ings'j*(,|. ,t   biie! ,
holiday and change.- ' [
"Tom"   Maloney   is    in    town  fiom I
Pig Jaeud.     He has not been down fur !
nearly a year, and is surprised to see ���
��� how the' tow n has grown. * ;
Try Our Own Sai.s.ijuu ilia, a,power- '
ful tonic and bit o I puih'ier, Canada'
Di*ug it Look- Co.. Levcistukc- Suiiimi.
J.   M.   Kellie,   M.   P.   P..  n-unned, ��� ' n,     ,      ,,     . .  ".
Wednesday night f,o���, a <hii,g ,.;,, i .nowson Block. Mackenzie Ave.
to    Hos-sland    and    Nelson.     He    left ,                                                    '             '
again Friday-foi   Lear cieek. i  ,       _ 	
Clarke Wnllace. M.  P..   tin-   (',-.,,-.��� ,'
grand hne-tei*. i*-expi'i.ted :<��� *.!-,,'   !!.(.'
thi��    month,     Can    ai i-ang'-in. '.t>.   'I,',  ,
iiitide.'to have him spe,ik at lie,'el-i'iki'' >
Grand Clianc'-ll'ii* Mi.uii-  ���nt   kick :
from iSot'ih Konierm  pomts mi   Tue-.
day evening.     He ivrii.-ikt-il   nwi     .nd
met the local K. ot P. In'ge  o:,   Wednesday evening.
"Joe" Morgan <'ui.*-  -in   W-'ihe   ��� ],;���,
from C-imp MeKinn. >,     If.- i.ill.- w'-li I
of   McKiniiev, ai.d  .'\p".-'* "og.* Ii.ii-'
shoitly.     He will l.-avi- ii,~ t' um!;, J,< n-
for the wintei, .        <
Hev.  Dr. Pagi t. v ii-.n* ni >i    I'.-i,
e Have
.Some extra ' values ' this
week in toweling- at 6c,
j']/>c, i'oc, iil/nz, and Vc
in pure linen.
1 ���- A   lot   of   Wrappers   to
clear   at   90c   and ''$1.50.
Rey'ular  price c\vas  $1.75
ancl $2.50.
W'Jien yon need a nice
table cloth just drop in
and x see the splendid
values we can give you at
35c, 40c, 50c, 75c, and $1.
Tiie assortment of flannelettes we can offer you
in prices, patterns, and
colors will surprise you
and 'Convince you that we
can do better for you than
anv hou.se in the tradj'at
Manufacturers ��� and,'
dealers in  all   kinds -
Rough and
Dressed ;
Shin  les,   lath    and
Long dimension^ timber' cut
to order,   ancl   clear
, 1 j
cedar finishing lumber a specialty.",,
All  orders   promptly   filled.
Terms cash.
R. Tapping*,
Imperial Bank of Canada
Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.
Rest       -      -       $1,300,000.
.  H. S. HOWLAND,  President.       T. R.' MERRITT;' Vice-President.
D.  R. WILKIE, General Manager. " f.
There is Great
in  knowing that you are
. eatin"* food that has been
���   prepared in clean utensils.
This is the case when
Imperial, or
Steel Enamelled Ware
is used. ' It will not" burn
ancl blister, and thus
affords no lurking' places
for unclcanliness. <>" Even
hurried washing, cleanses
it thoroughly. ���  "
A general ban king,business transacted.���Letters of credit issued,
available in all parts'of the world.���Gold dust and amalgam
_ purchased.���Savings   Department,     Interest    allowed    at
current rate. , ���   '
A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch
Incorporated hy act of Pailiaineiit, IS35. ,
,Wm. Molson Maci'iiichson. Pre?.'     S. II. Ewixo, Vicc-Pres.
F., \VoU''i-:hstax Tiiojias, Gcnei'al iM.-inagcr
PAID "UP CAPITAL - ',-'������      $2,000,000
RESERVE   ��       - - -'���'- 1,500,000'
,' . A general baiikiiijr l>iisiiic!<h li'iirisautul.   liilorci.L allowed on deposits ul current l-iito'^.
J.;D, MOLSON, Manager, ��� ���        -.     , *, REVELSTOKE,,B. C.
asn Bazaar
. \\". Mkluktm.* Manager,
lias   r'i.*c'iiiisiiii*i (fi hi-.
:'    Certificate of Improvements ���
' Almi! i--',1.     " V.iiii i.ui'-i-     l-V.i'li��iri,      '"I'hii-
i.'i-r,       ''I'.uitfii'i-      l-'r.i'' inn. '     "(Ji'll).'Uii.'
'1I1II .i'ii I'V.i. ri'ii,, '.-ni'! ",-;li'.'iiiill)''i-rf   Kr.H-
iip.11,   in,i,i".iI . limn- -il ii'il.'   111   rlic T*<��� \ f��� 1 - j
iul\.. Ii > i-iuii i.**  \V(~t  IC'ioti riii.v.    When'
! !���   .il. .]    'i.iuiiu (,';*i i-k.
. rl1\ICI. MlTIf M iIijI 1. Tl.imi.w rir.iliani,
I      ,.-< .1 i>irTli..(..it.l   KcliI- a( itriii.li <;,l-
ui'i'i. 1 i..!ii'i.il ifni'i i^iii, l-'i-i-r .Mliu-r*. (Vi-nll-
, 1 in Nn, ll. I..JI'1 'iii'ii.l, -ivtv d.ii-. f'l'in tin
1 .i,i' 1. In-, i-uf. in .i|i|ih' In the .MiiiiiiK' It.'i'fiirler
'   ii.l    1 Ci-I I llli'.lM   ill   Impl'm eliieut-   for   rile   |lll|*-
li.i-. nr ' lit.lining a < vo'Vii (ir.mt of the .tljove
, . I nm
c   Hardware only.
'', To koop tho largest and best
stock in town.
To gain a fair aho re of trade
try fair means only.   .
, i-
Builders can get everything in their,
line.      ���
'Minerh' and  prospectors' supplies.
Shut-gun*, rifles, annl'ammunition.
See our -*rlO duuble-barrellecl shot gun.
Send   your   order   lor   Fire
Wood to '
at ih<: Sawmill Office.
1 fe will deliver at
a Cord,-in Short Lengths, or
It is the best made..
- Try it ;   if it i.s not all,we
* .   . say  wc will   refund vour
.  '   ��� ' Made *by ihe   McClaiy
. ^'^-Manufacturino* Co.
tiie Great'
For the next ten days at, Morris &
' Steed's. ��� ,    '
;     ^$3.50 Shoe for$3'.0b
'        ' $4.00 Shoe for $3.50
$4f50 Shoe forr$4.00
ft$5.00 Shoe for'$4.50
The above prices arc for sp.oi cash.
MORRIS & STEED, Front Street, Revelstoke.
';": i"/1 Bi.***> fc '-yj,i
jN'owly huill.        Fii.sl.!cl.'iss-
'in   every   respect.      All'
nio'lisi n  cm: vcir'eiicos.
"Lai ire. s^nuplu rooniK.     Fire
-  tpi(iof   safti.       ji'i-ce   bus
ii foots all'tniins.  ,
IJiuler s.-rrno mann'JBruiiioiil:
J.oA"' Stonk,'Proprietor
Rates, '$1 per day
F. McCaFty
Wholesale and Retail
Milk Cows; Saddle; Pack,
Driving and Draught
��� Horses.
Electric lighted, furnace heated
Newly built* and furnished. . . .
Finest  and  best supplied   bar
in the citv
Cor. Front ancl Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C. '���
And firr! in-r Like Holier   ll,,il    .wlion,  iiihW-|-
i--i_t, il im,
A'ill.   mi     M ili'ln1 , ' ie 1 \ ������   im    fYli'.'ii li'l      .-iriuii   ',7,   inil-l    lie   i-oiiiiiiciii-i-il   lif-furc    rli'-
I i--n.il,1 ���  nt -in li ' '".'! illi iitc of Iiii|ii*o\ ci|i< nt-.
Oil n tow inmitii-   M->'.;iiiri  Lim* it|> In-,     n" ,,i".'.i iln, i,-,ili<l,n "or .\nifM,i'" lViifl,
charijfl lif-re mi n-tin >.iriU' 1T ;i thd.mas oka ham
ft     i*, ' lin|l( fl     tll-lt     ! I.i'   '���i-'ps
taken tn -r-oini' a If tun- hv !'.��� u���_'��� ��Cj_'ii.   /, l*J0t!CC
our C'iiii'i'li.-in cat iiMt 1111-,1,   "ill   noilli ,  .
ill    hi1,   im lii'lini,'    lii-wl-tnl.c     in     tin-      \" fil U K i- J **-i-��- hv   u'ivii   r li-"" 1    /   lime   r<-
.   .' ��� 1 ��� , , , 1    11 1' , -I in" .1111 iiu ,11 irni   nl' ,Ioli 11   I..i;ii;l)lon
itinerary or Ins wN"tn imu. ;,���. ,, ,.,,,,, j,,,,,,,,. n,,,���.,.  ,r,  ,f.n  ���,,-,.������ IK)1M .
r,    I I .,   ,,,,,,,,) ,, \|     ,   ,1     , lii'lllii   III ,lli'  ll'it'-l   l..l|'lll' HI.   I'Vrjfll-illll     I!.C
���School        re OJifTI.'-l        mi        .\1<.|,,'|.I\,���      \���,| 1,,,,!,, ,-;.,!,,.   ������,,-,,.    Hi,.!    III.-  Himnl f t 1
'JVlieliCI^    *���' lit   ll"'A   111' lll'lc-i     I'liliiil   ll      1,'i'H"    < '.ni'ii-'-'-.'iii' n   Mill   -,il   lit   the Cr.iii f I
r,    ... ... ,,.,,        ,    _,     .   ,      ...' I!'"i >' l.'( \i l-l'il<(*. un liu    (Mi  (hi y  of Scplr-m- I
SlllllVMll,   MlW's .Mill,11 0. >mltli.  I'.'l'_f,n  ���  1,, 1, 1 1 ||���. I,,,,,,, 0f 7,,-iii  ,, ,���,_ |��� (oii-Iili-i- I
and Glover. The ���itionfl.nir <��� ni vl.',l,.rs I ''"' ���l'''' ' '''''''""'"^'iYkx. miU.\k. '
i<< well Up to wliat  w.i', f*.\pf'Cte'l. f'liiif f,l f 11-f: In-,iicf lor.
'..... . . . I.'f wl-i',1..    Aiixn-I L'I-it, lh!*i*. II.
pjur.  ;uo in   receipt fil ;i (���mii|iiuiii'..'i- . _���_     ,. 	
tion,' wln'fh iri'i\cfJ   tfifi lute inr pnhii  '
cation,    from    llic   secioUry   of   the
Revelstoke Uoarel of Trade'. 	
~, ,   -,,      -11-   ii-,, fi.       1       ���     1,, fVV^'ti liu*i<fc oflliit,- on V,rA street, ca.^t, Apply
Mr, und  M,is, \V, i., 0(.h;jic1.iiitivc:cIJ .1..   crub"; & Xnyiin,. ,     '
t(;    tl
^1 SO        !
vnr   who" Mo   their    own I ReVe!StOkO StatJOIl,   B.C.
$1* PER DAY.-
Newly Built.
Lighted by Electricity
Throughout.   ,
Eest Brands of
Wines, Liquors and
Offices to Rent
is now Ian
C,"iirr^ and turning (/Ut, the bc-fl.
of woi k. J)rnp j
ui a, cstrd f'��''X ;
7S, lifAclttnkf !
P. (>. ���rind our i
van will call at I
your door.
Ptirvejor o( 1 fi^h-class Meats
All orilcM in f.nr* limj ivill In*  promptly
,'ir,tf-ri(lerl lf��.
rAl.TIK    AM)    W'Kl.li    MOIfTlOl)
SAMI'I.K 1I0OM.S,    llciilt'il In*
r     -^w    ^-     . .......
���**- hot nir iiml uluulrlu belln and
IIkIiI in every room. Kitu bun moeU nil
Ni^lil "rill Itooni in ufiiiiicctioii for the
coiivciiiencc of uiiuiN arrlvliiff miii du-
)iiu*tiii(,'by nl|{ht, Lniiii-J. Hourly street
i-ui* heUveeli hotel and -.tiilion.
.')/! Jiff.I, MK'-" ill ori'-c. A:>jil>- lo 1'ctcr
4i\) (l-.imh.- & Co.. XnkiH|i, II. ('. Wiikci, ?2
Hii'l ? ,-���'' i-tir (li'y; bo(u*<i, ?0 jmr vwk,        )(i
Notaries Public ancl Conveyancers
'\ j Sole Agents Smelter Tov.nsite,,,.....,,Fire Insurance ,,,,-,Money to Loan


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