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 X  '?>f������vincial Library %K~  ���������^_jg_2_.    ^������&.i!2_;5i������_ "W  IPTTBLISS-SID   TUESDAIT.  _____Nr-_Q   ^ZR-IID.A--^  Vol. 7.���������No. 6.  - REVELSTOKE. B..G, FEBRUARY 23, 1900. .  $2.00 a Year. .  THE  ���������y ^ *������> *��������� ��������������� %��������� "^       *??��������� ^> ���������j," ���������)��������� *. ^ V ,*. ^. V ^. ^> ^ *. ������#��������� ��������� ^ ������J������ *��������� * ���������*��������� ������������������  __���������  ���������J  *f>  " *&>  _b  r|)  *���������$>  f OUR BARGAIN SALE  IS STILL IN FULL S  - Spring, Goods arc. daily arriving, comprising novelties' in- all lines, and are being  marked at prices to suit all purses.',  tf*  *&>  eft?,  f5fe  'ww^^wyp^ww^^w^w^vlpvp^ <$^wwwwww,ipv$ii&  It is now time to order your Spring Suit.    Spring  V  'Goods now in.*    We will" inake them up at'this  i - ' "  timo al very reasonable prices. - <t  THE TAILOR.  ^'e2������**&i-&->M*-*|U-*fc.^^  (.      q.   8   $    4l   ������    i    $    ol   $    tl    $   .-i   ������   $ ,������    t-    j,.   i*    $    *-    si.   js.iw.ilx>.    -->    &���������     *>   ������*  <*  SW  ���������������3������.  ll       . . ' - ' '     -  *> i  rj-!" -<r>      7������     i '   ������f        ,'i '���������  AilU ILVklbll UMblvll ���������:    .   ..<���������  '" '��������� WoQCJl'SnD'  .    ��������� Mcdbuid.  " Thi1 redi**lr ihution hill brought clown  by the government Monday   and: by  which'tho Semlin  ministry will st unci  or fail, has its ils chief objects the doing  of -justice  to West Kootenay,,a1*"-! the  making   of   single    constituencies ���������"' of  those thinly-populated divisions which  previously   had   two   members. .  The'  tofiil number  of  members will remain  the .--ame as now.    The island will lose  two ' members, while   West Kootenay'  will hentfit  to  that extent.    'The two'  constituencies of North and South Victoria are merged   into one, fo be called  Sannich.     Of course, as was expected,  Esquimau is to be docked of one member. The Nanaimo divisions are changed buck to  what they were before thc  gerrymander   act   of   ISPS.     The two  Lillooetfi    are    made    into   one,' and  Boundary    creek     gains    a   member  which the other region loses.     Cariboo  is divided into  two, ridings, and West  Kootenay  will; send six  members,  in  place of,foui-, if the bill passes.     These  lidihgs   are:     Reveistoke, ,  Lardeau,  Slocan, Kaslo.   Nelson 'and Rossland.  No change is-made in Vancouver. Victoria,   New   Westminster,    Dewdney,  Delta,   Chilliwack,     Richmond,    East  Kooienuy,' Cassiar, Alberni and Comnx.  The   bouncl'i/vies   of   'Reveistoke   and  Lardeau   ridings     are     given    below.  Theie   is   very, little-,. change   in, the  bouridaiies    of   Rossland,! anil Nelson  ridings. '      * o ���������   v .'  REVELSTOKE 'BIDING  following said ..watershed to a point on  Fish Creek at its Junction., with Mc--,  Dnugall Creek ; the'i/ce weslerly.along  the northern watershed of ,'Mc-DougnIl  Creek, to the- height of land between  McDougall creel*, and Akolk'o'lox creek,  commonly called Isaac,: Creek': thence  in a south-westerly direction along tlie  south watershed of Isaac Creek-to a  point on the Columbia River'two miles  jsouth of the mouth ef stiid Isaac Creek;  thence westerly to the, western boundary of West Kootenay District. '  ' A ' '. "i  LARDEAU  RIDING OF ,*WES*EJ������QOTENAY  !l' '   '��������� ���������'       DISTRICT-���������'���������' " '     '    i-  shall comprise''aH'tliat'portiori of Abe  said di'strictAif We.A'IvcVoileriay 'which,  is bounded br.a'tlie .n'orth by the Reveistoke Riding ; on 'tlie' west, by the district of 'Yale; on the south by a, line  fconimen'cing, at the point  where1 the  *   ' I j- l-', -J ������������������������������������    '���������   i   V ' I , -,  westerly boundary of the said district  of West Kootenay intersects the height  of land' lving to'the south of lnoiioaken  Creek aiul its tributaries'; thence along  tlie said height"-if hind,' following down  the said creek'.' to Lower' 'Arr'iiw Lake'  and the "centre line ' 'thereof'; * thence  northerly,, alcing, the 'centre' of Lower*  Arrow.-'Lalie, to' a potufc opposite the  height of land south 'of Cariboo Creek ;  Gi-onje Betas    '' ��������� ���������  X ���������,  '': To' Sarpendep'.  '^pec'ai to lho M'.'.ii-.)  Paar:i>ebi*i*c* ' Din^r,   Orange  ir,.  thence  OF   WEST   KOOT-  i i r  ' ' ,    , EX AY   DISTRICT  '        "'     -A  v        '    '  ���������shall, comprise all' that portion of the  said district, of 'West Kootenay whbch  lies to the riorth'of a line commencing  at the point'where the easterly boundary ofi he said district; intersects the  height of land between Fish Creek and  Duncan River; thence southerly along  the said height**. i: land to the southern  watershed   cif ' Battle' Creek ;    thence  flrvt&. f^#'S/3i.i'?i!/W(J(* ^'���������^^^S^S'^-'a.^yB  J&ROGBBIES.  2 OFFICES =  GPIIIST   STBBBT f  r*������ >. , , l '' y~  ft *- i  XnatCriiz'srjrmxjtMKvcxv.zM.tXJ jjrKXuumKsrrTim  fa  4*  fa  fa,  fa  ������&  T  fa  fa  fa  Fancy and staple groceries^  the best. Pickles of every!  kind : Mixed Pickles. Plain*  Pickles, Sweet Pickles, Pic-^  alillie, Chow Chow, Mustard*}  and Catsup, in bottles, jarsjj  and in bulk. All of the/  purest and best. Lowest*!  prices on these goods.  f Now is tne ^Time to Buy before the Spring f  t  4*  4*  *^������  4*  4*  4-  4*  f  T  4*  Price List is in force.  IN-unArJbi  3  *$*  fa  fa  t  fa  fa  T  fa-  fa  tf $-$���������% fy&H^H'i^H^^'^M^H^^rtHr ������f*H* fa  Don't forget that our prices'*":  on Crockery and glassware,  are, the lowest quoted in*  Revelstcke.  Our stock of Men's Furnish  ings   and' clothing is.  com-'  plete and we can sell you and  outfit at    very    reasonable^  prices.     Pants will be made*?  a specialty. ^  IM���������������������������*SS. S*eed|  Coursier's Old Stand,  ii along the height' of la'nd to,the  south 'of Cariboo''.Creek iind its tribu-,  tai-ies, and following the'1 said creek to,  its head ; thence "following 'tlie jtieight'  of land  between 'the,''waters' flowing  into Slocan, Lake  and those" flowing  into '.Uppei*\'Xn:oVv''','JJakc*; ' and ii.tho.  height" of la iid ' hei weeri' Pppliii; Creek  and Cascade Creek, to the Lai-dq River  at a point half-way between Trout lake  and Kootenay 'Lake ;  thence nbrtherly  to tbe height'cif land between'Duncan  River and .Trout Lake; thence'north-,  erly   along   the" summit'  to'the head--  waters of the. DuncanIRiver;  thence-  ,       '-        ' v-      -.,;---<r\i!--_ii-t-''  due east  to  the  eastern   boundary oi  West Kootenay District.   .'"  '   *  ' ' '��������� ,'��������� '  SLOCAN   RIDING   OP; .WEST    KOOTENAY  DISTRICT, i ���������     ., -. ,'  shall, comprise all that portion of 'the  said disti'ict of West Kootenay which  is bounded on the'north , by, the Lur-  deau Riding ; .on the, west.by, the Columbia . River ; on the, south'; by, the,  Columbia and Kootenay Rivers and  the west arm of Kootenay' Lakotoa  point, one mile west of Yuill Creek ;  thence northerly, by a .line following  the western watershed of YtiilllCreek,  to its summit; thence .along Uie; height  of land between Kootenay-' Lake and  Lar-do River on the east, ���������iiid.'BIociin  River and Slocan " Lake,oil the west tb'  a point on the southern boundary of  the Lardeau Riding. -        ","'  KASLO'    RIDING   OF^'WEST   'KOOTENAY  DISTRICT  .    ��������� ...  shall comprise all that portion of-Ahe  said disti'ict of West Kootenay which-  is bounded on . the", west bv the Revel-  (' * ���������   ��������� ������   'i **  stoke, Lardeau and Slocan Ridings; on  the. south by the--westiirm of Kootenay,  LaKe, commencing at a point one. mile  wesl of Yuill Cieek', and "by a line run-'  ningfrom  tbe  mouth of the said west.  arm to the  mouth  of Gravy ford Bay ;  thence to the  mouth of Gray's Creek ;  and   thence   due   east   to   the eastern  boundary of Wk'St ' Koutenn j- Dist rid ;  on Llie east and north by lho said east  boundary  of  West Dnofonaj-District.  NELSON   RIDING-   OP   WEST    KOOTENAY  riifiTHICT,  o  shall comprise all -that portion of the  said  district  of  We**t'Kootbnay lying  to tlie south  of tbe Slocan and Ka.slq  Ridings of West'Kootenay and east of  the Columbia River.  ROSSLAND   RIDING (DP WEST  KOOTENAY  DISTRICT  shall comprise all thaj- portion of the  Wesl Kootenay District which lies  west of the Columbia River and Arrow  Luke, aiid to the south of the line coin^  rnencing at a point where the western  boundary of West Kootenay District  intersects the height of land lying to  the south of Jnonoake'n Creek and its  tributaries,        '  St lite,'"'Feb. 20.���������Cronje'.-* retreat has  ended in disaster. His'a: my i.s, now  enclosed in a terrible death trap, in tbe  bed of Modder, River, which is commanded by the British arf iliei y and  enclosed east and west by British infantry. His escape is now impossible.  , London, Feb. 23.���������Sunday witnessed  a-gallant stand bv the retreating foe at  P.'i'irdc'herg Drift. The Highland Bii-  gadii 'consisting of 'the Seoforths,  Black Watch "and Argyles, advanced  from the south bank oi" tlie ilodder;  and the Essex, Welsh and Yeirkshire**  formed.a long line on the left, resting  ori the river, the extreme? righto being  Welsh., -The whole line'was ordered  to enclose, the Boers-,   who  lined   both  'banks  of  the.  river.    Firing' sunn   lie-  .1 -���������*  came heavy/with Uie Boers in sniendid  position,'covering the left of the Highland' brigade  which  advanced  partly .  up the" river  bed   and   partly   in   tbe  open,  y,*hile  the rest of   the   brigade ,  swung round the front on level, cover-  less'ground exposed to a  terrible fire.''  'This action began at 7:80 iu  tiie  rnorii- ,  ing, lasting through,dL*eadful heat and'  .���������I terrible thunderstorm.    The British  .troops  " hung     to,' their,   position'  answering     the    Boer "S**e,������ shooting,,  steadily " and '   with'     good      effect.  The rest of the infantry completed the-,,  enveloping moveuieni, the.Welsh regi-  rneul/'ha,viYig' succeeded in seizing the--  drift, thus closing  in' the  Boers, who-  rfought' with, splendid courage.   -Gen.  Crpnje's.'   laager,^,lillecr .,with    carts,   ���������  -cAyhrtinition     arid,    .stores'   cciuld -lie -  plainly seen near the north bank of the  river, and Gen. Smith Perrier collected  a  large 'body "of troops, including the  Canadians, and crossed   the   river ";it  Paardeberg Drift and advanced toward  , the Boer laager,which was being vigor-   ,  ously shelled by the artillery statiene  on the south bank.     This force made,,  gallant,   attempt   lo   charge . in to  the  laager bin   thu Boer'lire was fearful,   '  and- notwithstanding     tbe   deeper ale.  courage of the, troops the attack failed.  Tuesday, Gen.   Cronj"  sent  in a re7  questfor an armistice for twelve hour-*.  to bury the dead.   This was refused by  i ' - ,  Gen."Kitchener, who  replied trial he,  'Cronje, must, fight to  a finish ui-surrender. ' Cronje then sent irva pi-oposi-  i  -1  tion'looking to surrender. , and was  invited to come into the British camp  to arrange it. Cronje thereupon said  the Boers'intentions had Iven'misuiA  del-stood, and thoy wciuld fight to 'the  bitter end. This miist soon corneas  their position is hopeless, and the  British' are able to deal with and defeat any reinforcements as fast us they  arrive. '���������> *  -" London, Feb. 2:-!.���������Gen. Buller in a  dispatch to the war ollice from Chiev������-  ly, .dated Feb., 22nd, reports Hnd ing tin;  Boers in force in anoiin'r poilion  north of the Tuge'.a river.' Tie i-, now  in plain view of Ludy.-;mi*:t in thu  position he. captured from the e:v-my  ou Monte Chrism.    - , .  Ottawa, Feb. 2:).--Yesteul.-iy Lord  Minto received a cable from Ceo. Lord  Roberts congratulating him and Canada on the inagnih'cient behavior of  the Canadian troops at the but Lid of  Modeler- river on Sunday. lit* cai.ie.s  that the charge vn the How Linger wa**  a most daring on>> and the Canadians  displayed gieat gallantry.  udlldi!- ��������� ualiQiikiii,  miili Mil v'/'Jimliljil  It is reported that Jar-. Gill will not  go witii the Strallicona Horse after all,  astringent regulation forbidding the  enlistment of married ubn' keiug enforced.  The Canadians were decidedly in it  at the battle, cif Modder ilivor Sunday,  and acquitted themselves like* veteA-  ans. Twenly Canadians were killed,  fifty-nine wounded, s-even c.iprurOu  and two are missing. 0(y tb.e western  men killed four were from Vicon.-*.  ;ind one (>acii from Yaiicnuvi-j- ;\:k\  New' Vv'estniini?ter. Foui Yieii.; i,-i  men,two from Va neon vet and r-.-;e New  Wealaiini^ti-'f man were wounded.  ffMinu.uwaramgR!  WHtUIHUIMWIHlMIIKWMI IHUHUttMUMflMWIUUIR  BHWMMMglJI^HiUU!yMII!!ffiSHSJ������UMUH^^  aa-aamiijMiisgMiiMmwitb^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL
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PUULISIIKD SKML-WEM.KLY.
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'  ' r.LVELSTOSS, 3.C.,
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H. K. CAMPHKLL.
PCiU.i-lIl"!; -VN'U  I'llOl'KIKTOU.
f-ubBori-jitlon   Pviec,   02.00   Per    Annum
Al'VKIlTJSING   ItATliS   riuot       on 'application.     ' ,
JC3) PI'i.VTIXu of e\ cry Kind til most reason
ji 11]e iv'u.- and -lioi". l-,i. notice.
ACCOCX i'S for .lot.   j.rii.tiiii1-  cr  advertising
]i.ij able, on iiiC Jh'-.t 01 every month.
COUitK/SPONIDKNC;!-: on all m.iLt"]-.-, of local
or (jiibli'iiniciTsi ;ir. ilecl.mil carefully eon-
hi ic.'c-1. .MI ei-i.inuuiic.'itioiis io tlie ICdilor
i miM Ije.ieef.aip.'iiicU by the name of the
M.'Uv-r, not !ic;[-.--*..i:-i>> toy p;il*liealion, but
us an e\ ide-nee ot yuoil l.iilli.
Addi'L's-.    <
' Tn:-: Kf!ov;:NAY Mail,
'     ���     - 'Revelsloke, B.O.
equalities do exist was tacitly, though
inadvortently.admitted by a prominent
opposition member- during the debate,
when he referred to the iniquilious
measure of 1S92 as "the gerrymander
bill." If therefore the,' opposition
majority in tlie ��enate persists in its
antagonism there can be no further
attempt at justification, other than
the lowest of all political justifications, that of party exigency. - ,
-  HATEUl)AY,  Vlili. 20, JCUO.
i i' .-rrt.unlv i.s time lire local, board
or ii"��i'ii too]: some steps to prevent
tiie   en'iiv   into    iievelsinko   of    the
** t ���
cJieaded .sn,ailjiox. Wiiiic'iheie is no
o.-ca.sion for iduim still lIio disease is
lapidlv MU'eading over South dvuot-
enav. thouglijn a very mild form, and,
il ma v be only a question of tinie,and a
rverv siiort time, at ti.at. when the
(iKoie.'i v.'.'ll make its appearance lieie.
A'general v.iccinal ion order should be
passed al -nice, il1 might not be out of
place to in my ii i a to a' quarantine
airainst lNel.-,lin,   , ���-
Tim: ILe'rald of last Friday informs
in leaders ihat lho president 'of the
board of tiade i-i a supporter of the
pi\r**u:*it government. It certainly will
lie news to many. "Some people can
remember-*.*, lien ho was working hard
to secure, llio flection of Yvm. White,
(.,). C, to the legislative assembly, and
ii. is certain that Mr. White was a
Turner candidate. '
> Tiri*. Vancouvei Wo:Id accuses the
Ros-il.-.r.'] -Miner of piracy. The Woi Id
sluuiid be the l.isl papei'io accuse, nu-
othor of this journalistic crime,- als. its
columns    ate    frequently    filled    with
'matter from interior papers' without a
lino of or.*, lit.
Tin-i Jiot.rlil si'Vo Mr. Kellie must
go; pei haps ,t!ie eleitois may have
st'ineth'iiit- to sav about it-.
From all ���ipn-'mran.ees the date for
the next provincial election is not far
oi. _
C. P. R. IMMIGRATION LITERATURE.
The Canadian Pacific Railway Com
panv    has just   issued    two   excellent
immigration    pamphlets    for   1900���
' Westean Canada"   and   "British   Co
luinbi.i/y���"which contain a   great   deal
of   useful    and   accurate   information'
about the country west of lake,  Supei-^
ior, and aie of special interest Lo  those
who contemplate settling tiii Her in  the
Canadian Kort ir.vest'oi British Ooluin
bia.     Large, editions of these, pamphlets
are distributed gratuitously   in   Great
Jbitian and tho United Stales, as  well
a�� throughout 1 he Dominion,   and   are
eigerly read by those, who are  .seeking
a new home and desire to know ..something of the. best country in tire 'world
in which to find one.
*> -Then and; Now.'
Mr.' Isaac Gould's condensed statistical summary contained in his speech
in trie -debate on the Address in the
House of Commons the other day
makes satisfactory reading, if quoted
"figures showing,that our foreign trade
increased in , the three years since 1S0G
by no less than $82,000,000, was greab-r
by $16,000,000 than in Uie. whole
eighteen year's of the previous administration. J3,u't great as had been the
increase in the many millions. The
total 'foreign trade for the six-months
ending December was $203,000,000'
which was within a million of the full
trade of the fiscal year 18S9, and within
$00,000,000 of the full trade for the year'
ISfa'O. The exports tor-the six months
were greater by $20,000,000 than for the
full yo.u 1889, and witleiii $12,000,000 of
tiie full trade lor 3S36. If the present
rate of increase continued to,the end of
this year we would touch the $373,000,-
010 mark.'. Our highest foreign trade
under the late - administration was
$2-17,000.000 and if expectations wen1
realized our foreign trade for 1000 will
exceed that of the best year under thc
la.'-.e   government   by 'over $12.3,000,000.
. Ceo. Short was visiting old fiiends
here for'a few days this week, return-,
ing tb Nelson Thursday.
$33,000 Damages.
Wednesday morning Cordon l!uut"i\
of I ho law   firm   of    Go;.bin it Oliver.,
Victoria,   iw.ei!   ,i    v-.rit   on behalf of
Win.    Woodman,   ddndmo?   against
ib.ri.   Dr.     MciA'ehi.io.     , Woodman ;
claims $:-'".l"A' penal! h s. midf r the con- j
sinm-iou-iiiA   Thi-*   action,   of eotir.se, j
is tin1 o;i:coiiii> of th" motion   made iu |
the    iioiife   jlo.iu.iy   b\    Air.    Turner !
when be cl ciiiieil that  tlie pre.sident of j
lire ct,unci had been   .-*ifun��*   ill-gady, j
lie.i.g dispualilied ny   reason of his ,-k- j
i-cpl.uici"     ot '    f.aveHii.g       expenses,;
lhnii_-h not, ,l s Airied   minister of th
'      NQTICE.
AyOTICM, is hereby Riven I li.it'D. .*-t<unr>er is
% no longer connected, witii the Iiilern.uion-
���il Krot.herhbo.1 of KaiUv.iy Rndireni.iii in any
��av, and fiirtherthe r;i*_ei-ii.Uio:iiii Rroiherhood
of "i'ailw.iv Hrici^oincn wili not be iT.'-.iiwblo
ior an*, debt.- he may coairact in its n.iiiu1 after
this rt.lte.        Tjioi.  f.1LLL.spi,-i Mavtcl%
DANIEL FltASER. Secy.,
Division Lodge No. -1.
January Lf/th. 19>'-.,
j.        Kootenay Lodge
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,,^  -���~p*      are lield in the IMas-
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^X^A^r;ff$:-^=Jlh\\l, on the lliircl
*^^Si__^fVU^=l!oiwla> in each
<^^J7ss,-^S^AS'5S5,i,.,nlli nt 8 p. in.
IgrgS^^-^C*^ V'isitiziK brethren
"a-*-��-^^^sz������ cui-uiiilly v/ elcymcd.
JI. J. PKATT  Sec-h-taky.
REVSIiS,TOSB iOSGS, 1. O. O. IP., K*o. 25
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yARGE AND. Ay;:i,L LIGIITJlD
Ji S-VIMPLK P.op-Mrf.   fle.ucd li;-
" ^iS hot nil- unci clcclric bell-? and
lifriil in every roou*. Prce but- moot-- all
Lrains.
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\X\-''i'-A'CX.---'-fXhj/ foun.'.i���Mondays of e;u;';
ftf.'}, I-.C.VS vf/ nioiiLli. Visit iiii,- bi el li
���v^ *f     run   Invited   to  attend
K. D. J. n. JOHNSON',       0. v.". AIT'orTELL
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IieveI&iofco,B.C.
"Meets every ^\''cldlles-
(l,i* in Odd Koll-nvs'
IliiH - al i. o'clock.
Visiting iCnitchts ,in-
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ASSAVEIS.
llov.il Si-liool of Jlincs, London.
Seven vear.'. at JJovfi Works. Sw.in.-e.i.
Sevenloen vear.s Chief Chora.*"l. 'to u
Coal iviitl Iron'Co., Knu. dl.
JjiUo Clicrusl and A.ss.xye.1, U.ill Mines. J
10very deserii>'io:i 'oi a**say aud analy
work undcrl.-il.on.
Ci.iinis ex-'Muin.-d .*<'id vepovted upon.
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Froi:i-, II. C.
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OtKcc!-: Rc*vlJ.-.Io1:c, IU. C; l''ori Steele, 13. C.   c
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SCHG-iON' TO Tllli! G. P. U., CITY IIK.VLTII
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ASSESSMENT   ACT AND REVENL'K TAX
'   ' ACT.
G-olcl, ��� Silver,  Lead,  and
, Copper Orss
W, PELIiEW MBYEY.   *
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Assay OHi.;.1- a,id MeLalluf^ical Works,
'     V-VNCOUViiH, B. C. '
t'aniplins' \Vorks, 717-710 Pender Street. ,
Is i.iv;;.e.e.l  to   nur. h'lsc   Ihe   a'ooi e   c-l.i��.cs
of oi-i1* I'.n- Ll>.  t'olloWin^   Mnyholi liotisus
���wluiir. he.'.'-.iscut1-, vie:        ^
Vhian & .V-'--. Sw.tnsca.  E!l-.o!(,s Metal ( o.
Ltd.. l'> .:���"���". ;i'��i*t.   South   \\'alf*s.  Hiuelter-,
]'i.ii'.i i'i, liV.'siivcrizei.s, jraiiufiiclurcr!-.
CIiccV-���.���-���.��    ajaelisr    pulps   a    specialty
federal Redistribution.
'I ;,.���   ied,si r.lml urn   l-iil,   v.-Im is    v as ,
ii. ,,���-! i! j i -i  -i   -.on i'i I i*. ��� -en il.- i n .. -
"-', i ,A- :,i    )  .it;   ri    \ ��� '��� -.   I.-1 *   i'f ''I.   i '"-
.Si" i *    !n. ���   1  1  ....  i if    *'    Mr o!    I <'illili'i!is .
I.-. ��� I,. J o   I li. i   '��� ." g> !!   la'.    '   The ,
!i . ,i ��� i- i,i���*i,'.ic, ! '.'. .:h   i h.it   | a ���������' d
:.������ ,i v ,'i v i.nv i.i.. 'or iy." in t he p. pui.n- |
i h,minor    I.--I     - ii:io..'-r.     and     "V.-ry !
I i',isi>;i  \\ hii il  i..s| i.L,
(!"i t ion   by ,
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v .11' t;i -m! "i' j * i.t- re v. !'';. m I he ,
p; dinii'i ii y .sl.'iini h v/hifii af.-otn- ���'
p.u.ii d it-inlindiiclio.)   it   i*  apparent!
i j|,;;   i;,, .;   -i- -".-  Min '. ii il   v*, ill   lie ;
mI'-iA  '���'.   lb.- i    .' I'd. i" the   p.i��* mg i
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i.,-i"s���uv    ,.:,ci    ii.uppoi I ..ne   In   make
.u'\ ( ;....".-.-<��� in   f::--   l.ouiirliii i'-s   of   the I
i oi.siit i:   ���:.'..���-"��� i I i-"'"-'��� <u a doreniii.il |
. ,-, .r   .'.hu i)   ���'  ������'    i"' 'r '���������' ��� l'lV rec-es- \
.. : ,|(.  ,i   i!,oi.,:iA.    mil langement,   in j
I ���.- ,, * e.ll:- I ill1".     :'''l;   llieuller-   fallacy
.,: i|.;* (":.!' nt ini'   i.m   I"1  e.i-iiy  seen j
\ ],  ;, ii i- k ii.i-n.'o' i"d !h it a   gener.il
i :,. ;;,,;, ;, .1,i lake j.l.'.ce in Ihe interim,
,'",di'th'1   'daring   ii.rniigi ml i"--   exist
;���    i In-   ; ie-,e:.:   a; i,ingemenl   that arc
( ,,i'iiii d   i'V   !h'    gover Liiieii!    there   is
,ili ' lulely no (b'lenec foi  ,u.y   atieinpt
tu   (oiitii'.i'.e 'them   llii'migli    another
L'enei'ul    election.     That    these    in-
r:i,VEi.STOi-:i: division ok wiz.-t moot-
J*,N*AV  DISTHlfT.
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,'nui T.c. ..nd dl t.i-.<- I'-vicd ni.'l'i- tin. A~-
-t --.i-1,' nl Ai;t, .i.e I."--- due I'-i- tin- va - l'|,. ,\,]
M, i- -.'.i, v. ni'ii'd I . ���''��� i-f'l!" :i!��l'' vlt hut rji*-
I!"--."!-Iai-'- >H\ isinii of \'i c*l iLC.fiieii.ir b'-li-.'!
..re'.iv.ible.it in; i./lt'e. Hi'-1  co'i"'. I...us-. !'( y
t\  ''''*' ��� ,, .,     . ���
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mi," r.u-s. \v/.. ,
Jr  in,it  on or tn'iiif!  t.i*  .. i,.i o i;-c  ��������� o .
If''"!- ,
Tin-, f-lirrb.1- of on"  per <������'()��� on "'a' l-rc--    .
Two .md  oiii-h.ilf p. i* c-'Afin tie1 .i*-"---..'1
\ line nt uild l-iii'1- ,     .
One-half of one pi-i-fciit on ;ie,--o'i,.! i.>���-*.[��. -,;
On-o union of tie' infill f '! ��'"'��� ji'-i'ifii. a-
excited- one H.ou-.'ii'l flnil'ir- t!"1 ro'I'iv.. .
i-ili -i. naiefly. upon -������:< h f\'-*." - '���! if.' ->!iw.
\c!i'-n Hu1 sum- is not more i!���u. :- n r!,., ml
'lullii-s, one e'".- cent : win li - 'lc-'! e\i i -. ,��� u.i .-
leu lli'.ii-.uifl dollars .un! noi n,,.i--i :h..i. I ,. < . ' i
rlioii'-inrt (loilfu's, one and on-'-fe:.: m i- r.: (.
rn-i- i.-nl' when -nc.il r \< *.*���������. i-(ie-,- hu-"-,.
lljoiis.nid dollars, on" and oil! fia 'f ui' -... pf
"Cut. ,   ,     ���  ,
T:'r-aid on or .it'lfi-!-! Jiilv. J'l.l--
!'mu--lif!!,s(.l oil" ,'-'i-("-nl "I'i-' .1'."''i f .' ,
Tiin-e pi rc-eiit.  on th" .i-*i*ed i.'ii' ol .'"I
I'lud. , . ,
Tliree-fo'irliis of one  p'r ff't't    on  pi roi...
proiiei-ty. , . i
On-o niiif'ii  oi   the iiifi'i'- ".   on* !,' ' -''\<   .-
e\-f"-e (Is   oiif   I l:ii>>-mi   ilnll.e-i   I'.(���   i'f!l'."    .'
me--.   )iani"lv.   upo i   s.ich   ( * ( ' --. y- ie-ii   1
Time l-i not nifirr- llian I.m tho'i '"id doll " _ ���>'.'
and (,nf-f|ua.-lf'-of i"i" P"- ''  "��� *    -!"''    '   ' '
rl.^ 'n over ten lho i-'.iikI   d-.ll n^  .ni'l ii..- .110"
than t.-.icnly tlion-.md dollir-i. o.i" ar d i,i,>  Im'i
or   one   per  cent;   wln-ii   sii'-ii ,'���""   '   "'-11
twenty Ihotisnnd iloi.'.ir-'. one .md tlect (;  ..it. is
of oie;'per cent.
I'rovineial   revemif:   t.ix,   tlu-f"1   iioilais   |,< ,
f'fipiU' IT. N. fOb'I.'rflKlt.
y\. ���.ii'-sor /indColl'-i-tor,
Kovclstokc, li. C, January 0')l h, 1900. ll
1   Newly Opened
Nev/ly 0p__i9d
Furriishcd and Supplied
A Fir';TCLASSlHOU^;E
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i^i \v!y iiinTt.        ]-"iii.st-cl��J**��
in  every   l'espi^tT^^v'fii-
ui-jiJri'li copvenieiices'.
Laioc sample rooms.    Fire
p: oof   safe.   ' Free 'biss '
meets all trains.
'Under ranie maringemenfc:
QUEEN'S HOTEL,
T170UT LAKE CITY
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A   ' ���_ '    ��    -    ' ,    - Newly Built.'
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Wines, Liquors and
Cigarc.,    , .
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OxiJLl^IAij ,1101
J. A. St&nk, Proprietor
IvaLct','$i per day,
lACTitric lioiitcd, furnace heated
,\;e\v!y bi'i'i. ;md furnished. . . .
Finest and best supplied bar
.... in the city . . .���	
Cor. Front and Benson.Streets, Reveistoke, B.C.
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casings, finishing   lumber, extras wide
clear pine and c<;d:-ir.    ' Loiig*   dimen- A^
r,i<jn   timlv.-r   cut   to   order.     A lar^e q
Jtssortnicnt oi"  sra.-on   iumbcr l;ept on ft
hand in i!ie \ard and sh.eds at Uevel- (S
iiyihc 1;y the pi'>:y..or lumber dealer  of 0
Kooicn.ay   Vi'lio a!:-,o iias h'id considet- q
aid-   cNp.irioACc   in    easdern   Canada A
wlii'.'h   ciiabie:-*,   him   to cater for what q
tl**" buii-h::" irc'(|:!iiA.s.    ^"ou will always        ' A
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if    "ffiV'Jx'-Ul}    ��,   f'-C\     vi'-tvAtvrc and Undertaking, .
vi.   li i L"J tft; ly "J i'ii   f^,   UUM Repiiir/ng & Upholstering Don,
W.ii eiioir-e ii, '���(..,; i. ct ion io-- ',(. rag" of family and fit ber fur-nit ore,
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8tt��WMHIBKI^IW��aatliMI��UU.hl.CJ.iHlim_-M^I''->t THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  rfn  p vnpwnnmm m  E&uijhulhkiii m  A. r ���������--   f  C> iU 0 ������->.14. u  T?  Mliflg  Kkitoj.'J-Tootexav: aIaii.:  I notice Lhat, the Herald ia again at  its old time tricks in attempting to  hoodwink the public by making erroneous and  misleading statements about  government   expenditure.    I  have  to  f ,    i  -respectfully  uequest   you    to,   kindly  allow space for the publication of a  statement of'expenditure- in Lhe 'different departments in si, Idr as my rid-  in'? is aireclerl. The Government pay  roll fo: t-.ihoolte.-n.-her salaries in Wev-  elstokc amounts to rj'^TG.O'.)  per  inoiith  CHILBBETS COL  oi'.'iMlie rate of ^"lilU.OO  per a.iumii.  .iT kcepinj*;   up  iAI.O'l, liii.k'uu  The i:u-iilentaLexi'iei'*���������������������������,'  '' the .sel'.oo! aii.tuiu:. io .'-':  t ' ' o  total of $'d.'-'i'd'.\)i). '{.'lie.fTiiverrrmeirt lias  cieeii-il in }io, ������']���������*���������.������>!*.tj .1 new doublo-  roomeci fchool hon-*r* which, lokinp*  into consider al ion'the cost of furt.il in e,  i  t '  bentirijj apparatus, and .school fence,  etc.,. amounted anproximaLelv to an1  odditioua! sun;, of i}i\A)\) bringing np  the sfhe-oi expeiuliUuv to $7oG0 for the  em-rent J j seal year1. -Outside--, of ilevt  stoke" there are schools at- Nakusp,  Trout Lake, Ille'cillewaet, and Arrowhead,that-have to be provided for at a  co.st $237(j per annum. Thus it will he  seen that the total cost tor school pur-  po.ses, ftevelstoke , Riding, LSyD-1000,  will be $](),] 10. Thesalories of govern-  v merit officials in Reveistoke aggregate  $2S5 monthly, or $15,4211 peiuinnurn. Irr  the district outride  of- Ki.-velstoke.  the  ��������� government   has   salaried  officials  at  Nakusp,   Comaplix   and   Trout ������Lake  ��������� whose salaries amount   to   $3000   per  annum.    The  expenditure   so   fai  roads,0 trails aiid   bridges "and   under  contract for jIieyel**toke riding for  the  current, ii.sca-1 year- amounts to, $23,770,  ��������� or' $1,000 over last sessions vote. -On  river bank protection there* has been  expended  $.'33,170.53.  - It  is  expected,  o    *  <���������    . ' , I 'iff '  however, that irr   regard   to   this   expenditure t.he.   Dominion ( govei nment1  will recoup the  province   to  a   cei tain  , extent*?     These   facta   will 'show tho  ���������residents of Koivlstuke how'the money  ' i.s expended and it.will also show   that  'the Semlin   admini.-.traLion   has   been  exceedingly liberal in;,its-treatment  of  this district,    li'or   obvious   reasons   I  have   not   compared   the   amount    of  revenue   conlribnted   by     Reveistoke  riding  with   the   expenditure   in   the  district.    I   have   no  doubt,   however,  but lhat the approximate amount can  A lonii^ Kisij^lit.   ,     ~  Hero is a charming story of p.'actirai  benevolence-: ',  Jt was a cold moi-ninn i:i early spring.  A little old mail stood on the corner or a  London street selling nev simper.*-, lie-  was thinly clad and kept trotting up and  down, trying to keep warm, and bis'voice  was hoarse from cold, and passengers  could hardly bear him. Some boys jeered  and laughed at him. But one lad about  13 'years old, rather better dressed than  the rest, - after looking at him for a few  moments, walked up to bim and said. "I  will shout for you."  The old lnaii thought the boy was making fun of him. but the boj began lo vail  out. "Chronicle.,. Telegraph, News." in a  clear .voice, which atirueted so man,-.*  ciistoiners that in a lirile while the old  man m.!<1 bis slock.       r-  lie cilTered to pay his youthful partner,  bin the boy would not take anything and <���������  went off with,, a smiling face.  THE"  "-���������y  rthl'ii'lj  i r*.'r  i lfi.������-  T  i  Ameriea's-: Great  pans-Continental Route  Quick Time!  i * '  Good'Service!  Class and'Toiii'lst' Sleepers  A.  1 i  I. u  Thpoisgli  ft  HP������f*P  .Or.f>n  Ticket** Issued Through   aud'Baggage  Checked to Destination.  West  1 leave 17.30  xts. '      '  arrive lG.lo  4  Daily- Trains  K.isL  ,  ' .REVELSTOKE  S.2U leave  -  Ao.  IXD KJIOM KOOTK.VAl' 1'Or  S.10 leave  ,   ,                    I  -\i* . *  I  dd  ti  ti  ti  f'  ti  ������  ti  ti  'A*  ������  ti  ti  i  t  ti  & -  ti  I  ������  :l\A  ������  ti  &  ti  &,  :)}  ft. *  rft'^^'^^'-yr^?:'*^P;-^^'^^*^^*-'Jr^*^ft-e--^'-A^'^P-'Wr*.  iO.'M  "ii  '&H 7  Ki l������>  rj    ������ t  y mB.lt  The publisher of the  Koote.xav   Mail  ���������I... ��������� i ajj������-r������i.T���������w������~������-f--������������������-T1T|_���������-^rr|Tn<r M | lmm   f     |MM  M[a|     imrf   |-^j ^^^^._^_  __  has decided to give its  readers  two  9.  \  t'-  issues  H.  of^jJiejj^ciper^iiste;icl of one.  the   Mail' will' bc_ issued " Tuesday  Friday,  and   subscribers   will  0 two-papers for ihe price of one  .'tofore the Mail will be  ereaiier  "���������-���������"  "*������������������* ��������� i  ir.u  receive   the  Asl  if  :;*e-  ^snaiiian  va  Iteamsnip  Fere aro the largest and'the smallest  'dogs in" America. The first is a Great  ''Dane,   the other*?an   English terrier.   II.  Pier-pout   Morgan   of   New   1'ork   owns  both. ,  be   ascertained from   the government  agent at Itevelstoke..  KEG A riTUIi ATIOX.  River bank protection *J33.170 53  School exricndiMirc !le\ elstoke.'.    7..570 00  district I...   ^,J7C 00  ltoads, 'rails, bridges, district.  ..'....'.. 23,770 00  Otlices salaries. Ilevelstoko    3,120 00  *      ",      .'���������   ���������    district,    3,000 00  'Dnnciiiff Eess.  Out iii Shasta county, Cat, they raise  many wonderful, things. Among -the  queerest, is the dancing e*pg. This egg is  AiUM'-V soine'as' yet undetermined insect  ou tbe leaves,pf oak trees. Masses of  those eggs cling to the underside oAthe  leal", and as thoy advance toward maturity thoy drop to tho ground and dance  about like electrical automata. By holding an'oak twig containing any number  ot* eggs to one's ear a crackling soimd  may be heard, like tbe spitting of electric  sparks. The shell contains a ,tiny grub,  working for release. ;  The curiosity is attracting a great deal  of local attention. In many towns collections of tho ogg are on exhibition. When  laid on a table. those!'eggs bound'about  and spring into the air, nsomctimes to a  height of 10 inches. Thoy are particularly active in the early morning.  STEAMERS  ���������   '' KOSSLANDiandlKOOTENAY '  Leave Arrowhead daily for all' points in Kootenay, making connection       Nakusk for all  points on Nakusp  &  Slocan   railway  and  Slocan Lake*.  Close connection at Ilobson for' Nelson Koote-,  nay Lake and J liver points, Trail, ljoss-  ��������� '   liuid'and all points in boundary Country.,  For full Jiiiforurution, 'tickets, [maps, etc., call  on or address      ' . '  . ' ' , T. W. BRADSHAW  'Agent, Reveistoke. '  ������  ti  4'  A  *f  ti.  3 '  ti  ������'.  ti  & ,  ti '  published   in' th  cover provincial news' thorough 1 yv  also  Or to   ,  W. F'ANDERSON,  Trav.' Pass." Agent,  'Nelson,'B.C.  E.-J. COYLE,;  X A. G.'P. Agent,   ,,  Vancouver, B.C.  Total 'S:3,5UG c3  To tlie above must be added cost of  fuel and light of' government offices,  administration of jus Lice, ,i ail way fai es,  cost and keep of pii.soners, stationery  for otiicei'sAhei ides nuinerou.s1 other1  small expenses which, will aggregate  many thousands of dnliars.   '  [ have the honor lo be, '    ���������  Youi s very truly,  u     J. il. KeJjLI*:*.  One Co^scionoe Ute&clied.  This Quaint ,account of an old time  Thanksgiving colobration has boon found  in the diary of a Connecticut minister,  dated in 1714;  "When ye services at ye mectinsr house  were ended, ye council and other dignitaries were entertained at the house of .Mr.  I'ljies. on ye hill ri"ui- by,* where we had  a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner, with  boar's meat and venison, the last of  which was a fine* buck, shot in thc woods  nc::r by. After ye blessing was craved,  word caifie that ye buck was shot on ye.*  Lord's day by I'or-iiot. an Indian, who  came to J It-. Epos wiih a lye in his  mouth, like Ananias of old. 1'e council  therefore refused to eat yc venison, hut  it was afterward decided that LVipiot  should receive 40 stripes save one for  lying and profaning on ye Lord's day and  restore Mr. Epes ye price of ye deer, and,  ���������considering this a just and righteous sentence on ye sinful heathen and lh.it a,  blessing had been craved on ye meat, ye  council all partook of it hut Mr. Shop-  aril, whoso conscience was tender ou ye  point of ye venison."  A Military Dok.  One of "the" most popular- characters on  the rock of Gibraltar is no more.   "Kmil-  er," for that was the name of the garrison guardroom dog, broke his leg so badly through slipping on a rock that be had  to he shot to put0 him'out of his agony.  The  little  dog  was  at  homo  in  all   tlie  guardrooms on   the  frontier,  and   would  sometimes patronize one, sometimes an-,  other. , Smiler was a great pot  both with"  oliiecrs and meu.   He constituted himself  an extra sentry,ikept .on "sentry-go" all  through   tlio  night,   and  could   bear  the  field o.'licer of the day approaching long  'before the human sentry could.   I-Je always  attended  guard   mounting parade*,  and   there   selected   the   guard   that   be  would  favor  with  his  presence  for thp  next--4 hours.    '     , *  Kootenay Railway & - ���������  ,   Navigation Company'  Limited. '  Operating Kaslo & Slocan Rail way,  International'Navigation & Trading  ' ,   Company.  will be slightly increased for some portions  of the paper and will   be made  known  on,  application.  Schedule of Tims���������Pacific Standard Time  Effective Feb., 1st, 1900. '  '  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  Pa-sSengcr train for Sandon and way stations  leaves Kaslo at S a.m.; daily, leturning, leaves  Sandon at 1.15 p.m., arriving at Kaslo 3,o5 p.m.  International Navigation and Trading  ' Compnny  Opcrating on Koorcnny Lake and River.  S.S. iNTEKNATioxAr, leaves Kaslo for Nelson  at (i a.m. daily except Sunday; returning, leaves  NeNon at 1.30 p.m., culling at Balfour, I iiot  Ray, Ainsworth, end all way points; connects  with S. F. & N. train to and from Spokane, at  Five Mile Point.  ti  -������  ti  %  %  6  ti  a  ti  &  ��������� ti  $  ,ti.  ������  ti  weekly the best advertising medium in the  Kootenays, and circulation^ considered  rates vvill be the lowest.  . ���������t  'k  V  :-9.  9  ff":  .9  A  $  if;  iv  H  -(-"'  "������������  (ri-  r':  ���������9.  .<&  I  1-9.  ItS    8.  job  printing  department ���������will ;n th  e  Tlie luvlsSliIe "FIIj*;lit,  Take a piece of paper four inches by  five inches, place a penny on it, and fold  llio top of the paper over the com to  within one inch of the bottom. Then  fold tho riuht- hand side of the paper undci- thc coin, treating the left hand side  in the same way. -Vou must now fold  (ho bottom one; inch of the paper under  the coin, and you will apparently have  wrapped 'it securely in the pa per*, but  .really it is in a kind of pocket and will  readily slip out eitSipr hand at f.lensure.  Allow every cue lo feel the coin ihrongli  the paper. Then rake it from ibe left  hand to the right, letting the com s!ip out  into the lett hand. Vou-now set lire tc  the paper, and lhe coin ua> di.sappeaied.  Lardo-Duncan 2>ivisio2i  S     AMEI!   ALBERTA. '  Steamer Alberta leaves Kaslo for Lardo and  Argcniaat8:30p.m. Wednesdays. -  Steamers call ab principal landings in   both  directions, and at other points when signalled.  Ticket1! sold to all points in Canada and thc  United States.  To ascertain rates   and   full   information,  address:  ROBERT 1RV1XG,  8 tf M.-tniiger, Kiislo, li. C,  ti  'ti  ������  ti''  I  I  ���������vr  ������  The  ���������������ZXEILffort  will  bT^^^Tl  quality 0f the  work-Ui^T^^^^  the   Province. '  * '  ti ���������     ���������  it* yfl-^S ZsAS. v������^=5 LoJ=i ������*. ������ .������.  rt-^xS-,  irt^.^-^Se^te-y?-  V.  -,r:  9.  if'.,  .V  .V  (y  ���������>yl  /--  ;\- .  9.  i?  3?  ���������'-  ���������V?  .--  ���������r  ?���������  .9d  ��������� S>. ���������  .-���������  ..-  1  Vi  ^MpCTrsas^raasri^ivvjj  '     t X Incorporated by act of P.-ulianrent IS55  HEAD OFFICE .   "  '  I    ��������� (_ 1 ���������'  War. Molson iMacpiierson. pr  MONTREAL  F. WoLF^^rT^^^G^^'^^iNG, Vice-Pres.  OOEAI^F STEAMSHIPS  i Royal Mail Lines.  Chcapost Route lo tlio Old Country. '  J SEA VEI t LINK-Erom St. John.  One  might   think   that  IAldmo   children   would  : re n.  tin* queer   iittle  Iind  ine  but  The   iiuiirtetn-   pli'M(,_;: ,'piier   eaie  a snap lor any preity gnl !:e .-ee.;.  Everything corner io il'ii-.e v. ho wait.  Jt is in>���������,-,- the annum:  lead's turu.  An axiom goe*i witliout sayin;*;. Would  that all earthly bores wore a.A.ihs.  A mini isn't necessarily rich v. hen he  is licensed of having iniiie money than  brains.  Tlie man who fried lo steal a coat of  pnint and a dog's pants evidently needed  ve-ry.  very dull in winter, when theji have so  little sun-Aine and the weather is so  cold away up there in northland. A visitor among them assures us. however,  that they seem to he perfectly contented  in their round little Inns with conical  tops and one narrow doorway.  To begin with, they have strange garments macTe of,sealskin, or the skins of  reindeer, bears, foxes and oven dogs.  Iioucath their outer suits thoy wear more  fur clothe1*, with the hair turned inside,  nnd stockings of dogskin or reindeer skin.  Monlro.sc  Ar.v.va  Muni eroy  Li  ���������:e .-superior  Lake Ontario  Montro-e  l)OiML\T()>.  V,u lou ver -      - ���������   -  1 '(.minion  <?:ii!i!jri>!irin .   -  Vancouver  A Li. AN LINL'  P.u-is-lan    -  N.iniidiiin  Ci-Jifoininn  -  Moirj-olia.il  Par: -:.m -      I      ���������      ���������  Feb. 7.  - " 11  " -1\  "   28  Mar. li.  "   13  !N'K���������l-'roin Il.ilifav.  PAID UP CAPITAL  RESERVE  A general banking busine.v! transnetel  J. B. MOLSON, Manager,  ?  Manager  $2,OOO.OCO  Interest allowed on deposits at em-  I;oOO, COO  rent rate.  IB, B. C,  asaBBsssamsa  2EE2SBA  EnaaaamuasBBSBsnaBa  Highest Cash Price Paid for  OIT1  5"  Feb. 17  Mai-.:t  "    In  -Froiii J'ortiiind  Feb. 10  " 21  "   21  Mnr. 7.  "    10  P.is^enccrs ticketed llirougli to all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  rates io all parts of tlie European continent.  Apnly to nearest railway or .steamship agent or  to  T.  W. ERA"0������I-:A*v7." Agent.  Zlcvelstokc.  n now suit.  I  Tlio  Ei.'irji-csi   Ii-.<cect   Known.  The I,*ii".-,"m inject kno\in to entumol.')-  fi-.ts i-5 a Central American moth called  th" Id Im*- siri.x, which expands its wings  from 11  t,s IR hu'lii-M.  Freneh Resianrani,  ^=*~- FRONT   STREET,  Has been re-opene-d.    Come in whenever you  want n good meal.  OPEN   NIGHT  AND  DAY.  A, Rebulchece,    -    Proprietor.  All s1,i',iiii;iil,s nro owimliicd bv nie ,-i,  Minnas they .u-i-iv.-. I������i-���������ni.,t, i-c-lin-n, us-  sinvd. J'nei's ar.j Ifio liiyfi |��������� wnrniiit  liollmg gooi c ior tiny length of Mine-,  ship ui I en no keep posted on tlie returns  you get 1 nun  G. W.     ALDWIK, '   '  P. O. 15o\ 001. '       Ag.jnt for Jus. Ullnian  V/inaipog, Man.  taaszgsggii^gi^&aas^  AM  Order  liLablc  E  lufl  will  i    liTP.'  b.i'.vy  speedy attention.  W. FLEMING.  Drayini; and delivering a specialty.  Teams always ready at shortest  notice. Contracts for jobbing  taken.    Agent  for   13. C. Oil Co.  obert gam$on.  BAUEB & ASHCBBFT,  Dominion and Ppovineial  Land Snpveyops,  X1NING BKGINEEES.  Surveyors of .Mines, Mineral Claims unci Crown  Lands  VANCOUVER,   B, C. h  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i '-  I1,  ii'-1  ^���������^..^���������^������������������<3^&-^&-^&^&-^&-^&^&-^&  .**3  (y  9.  <(':  9  r<:  -v  X*  4  .������?  *v.  ������*���������  ������  it:  9.  9.  ������������������?������������������  ���������9.  ,-','  .V  '.'('-'  9.  ft?  .1!  ������.  -<e'  .������.  Liebig's Extract lvof Meat.]  Johnson's Fluid Beef.  Masquras Beef Jelly.  ti  '������  ti  ������  ti  ������  ti  ������  ti  ti  ������  ���������ti  ������  ti  ������  ti  ������  These arc some of the :|  very   best  . nourishments $  pronounced,by. the  medi- *',-  9  cal   profession.  can  o*ct  them  and  fresh  you  o"ood at the  and |  (fc  "1  9  Canada Drue a BodkGo  Reveistoke Station.  9.  -<v"  S������  A?  9  iv'  9  - H. H. Mayne reports the ��������� sale, 'of  the lots on which his ollice stands ro  H. A. Drown Jt is expected that Mr.  Brown will shortly commence, the  erection of a large block upon this  really fine business site.  , J. Gr. Allan will leave for the coast  ,to-night. He will take the,messengers' run between Vancouver and Calgary. This change'has been made to  allow him to be, at his home in Vancouver every few days, his mother not  being well.  The, Dominion, the most popular  hotel in the. capital city, with its 1G0  rooms has proven too small , for its  rapidly increasing business and a contract was recently let- for the erection  of a large addition to it. Mr. Stephen  Jones, the, energetic proprietor, will  sec that you a re. made comfortable if  you give him a call when you are in  Victoria. '  ^'���������^r&i^rK^rlK^rPi^-^^rSi^&iUrK^rei^r^j  LOCAL AID 'PERSONAL BEIEFS  returned    from,  ���������Ui-s.  A. K.    Smith  Manitoba vesteroAv.  Jaa. ' Crahafne, Thnmsoirs   Landing,  is a guest at the Central."  A.   E., Bradley,  mining' broker, returned from the'coast Tuesday. -  The Commercial hotel, Vancouver,  has been much improved since it came,  under the management of Win. Haywood, and its increasing patronage, is  the result. The north room of the  Flack blooldis now connected with the,  hole! by a wide archway, and is being  fitted up for the finest bar in the city.  The bar top alone consists of one ,solid  piece, of mahogany .'52 feet'long, and  20 inches wide.     .. ,  agent  it  ,    O'Brien; the  soft  drinks   man, was  in the city a few davs this week.  W. i A.   Baxter,   of  Uarff,   made a  business trip to this city Monday!  Wm. Nicholson, engine driver, had  the misfortune, to break his leg yesterday morning. '        ��������� '  Hewitt Bos took;'M. P., went through  oast yesterday morning, on route to  the capital. '     ,  < '   ,  - J,. L. Edwards, C. P.' R  Albert Canyon, succeeded in getting  some very gocd photographs of Kevel-  stoke's contingent with the Strathcona'  Horse, as the train stopped at the  Canyon while the boys were en'route  to Calgary, and he is now pleasing his  friends by presenting them with copies  of the photo.' Tlie Mail was'.remem-  bered by"him, and the office 'is now  adorned with .two ' views of the re  cruits.      ' '   .  , J. W. Livingston, Ferguson, was a  visitor to the-citVothe city the early  part of the. week. . '  Miss- Jot dan,  .Bazaar,   has   returned  Orangeville, Ont.  milliner   at the Cash  to her home in  Simon Eraser 'left for his   old   home  in England this morning,  bv wav of Portia nd:' Mai he.  lie will  go  WAITED, by a lady, bachelors'  mending to do, Charges moderate.  Apply at MaUj Office. -il-tf"  /The addition to the City bote! is  rapidly muring couplet-ion. The djn-  ing loom in the   new   is   nowt, in   use.  '  CONSUMERS MEAT MARKET.  Steps Taken to Organize' Go-Operativo  .'   ���������      ' Society.  \About twenty interested meat consumers met in Tapping's hall Wednesday night and tbe initial steps towards  organizing   a   co-operative society   to  open a meat market',  were  taken.   E.  o '  Picard was chairman  of  tho  meeting  and Thos.  Hillier,1  secretary.    It was  decided to open   a   share subscription  list at once and have it circulated.   A  committee consisting of B. Gainer, D.'  Wolselv. E. Picard and J. T. Campbell  was'elected to solicit  suhseripliomAor  shares and present a detailed report on  the plan at a  meeting  to be held next  Wednesday evening.     At  the close of  the "meeting  twenty-five  shares were  subscribed for at $15 each.  stating in explanation that the house  actually had a stranger ' in it. sitting  and taking part in tlie proceedings,  voting and joining ir. the deli'm-rations  of the assembly contiary to tire constitution', aud in face of the'fact that  there was a penalty of $300 for every  day this was done. It was ��������� then  learned,that he r el erred to the president of tb.e council, Jinn. Dr. Mckech-  iiio, who is a mini-.fer without port  folio, and of course without salary..  He had received mileage .from Jhe government for frequent trips between,  Nanaimo and Victoria, which he bad  made on official Iiumiii'",'. iho whole  amount being suinefhing like {|v2."iU.'  After sn in:? debate tbe' motion to adjourn was defeat I'd by a vole c-,f 17 fo  20. Capt Irving later gave notice of  motion'that, if lhe president of the  council had erred he bail done so innocently, and that an act should b������  brought/in to relieve him of the responsibility tberufoi.  -   TUKRri.VY.  -���������      , f  The house resolved into committee of  the whole, considered the redistribu-  bution bill and reported progress/ A  debaleo arose- on Premier Senriin's  motion to adopt the- committee's report. Mr. Kiggins objecting on a  pbint'Of order. The speaker pronounced  the, motion in ,.order,'"Mr. Miggins  appealed from bis ruling and the chair'  was sustained by a vote il?) to IS, Mr.  Mailin voting with the" nays. Tbe  motion for the first reading of the bill  was,then made' and J hi*.* carried'20'to  IT, Mr. Martin who seemed disposed .  to assist, the bill's passage voting with  government.  'iViiTDXE'-DAV.  The news of t.he casually list of tli'c  Canadian contingent fell heavily \:ova',  four Victorians being killed and five  wounded. Out, of sympathy for our  loss the house adjourned till to-morrow  on motion of the premier!  #^*"1^<������^^  ���������7        ���������*        *r        ���������*- *���������������        *���������        **���������       -v        *���������       v       *��������������� *v        ���������������-       ���������������   '   *>        *>        ������f ���������*���������       -*       ������*���������       **���������       v        *���������       ^������       ^*       ���������*-      *V    "^     T������*-*  _���������?  #  CV5  **!_*  _���������������*  #  V_-> _������T_  o  "TTI (���������* C"***  Is to sell High Quality Goods at Low/Prices.  3TOXT  .\j  xn^rOdTDjBiHisi? -  <5E>  Is to Buy High Quality Goods at Low Prices. f������-  m nurnm is fob yoor interest. , .    ' f  *4*j  V?. M. ijA fl A-Jtoii hp.f  \  TTflPf?  /~>.  .*ey g  Stoves  iapawaro and Tinsmitiiing. <f>;,  l      r- * <*&    '  and    Furnaces.        > X  ���������     A VJP .  ^Wy^^'-'^^^t^^ ,  .^i\*-^.-2-^ ^^^.^^^:^.^^^^^^^^,^,^*__*r^^^^^.^-_^^  ^'^'^'���������������������������''���������^���������''^'^'������������������'���������^ ���������^'���������^:^'l^''^:7^'^'Z^^i^--^fi^%>^r^^<^^^  //:',V\ '- i. ���������       -N"A^  %  a ix% ^  ii   A }i i������  4���������  4  DREW, Manager.  ta. -** v-f^sarjotKicrjM-acii vrzMiarr\z.wiw  The bal'ince of our-.winter stock of Felt Hats to be *#  sold at one pried, viz.', 75c.    Thor/edwhd call early on    ���������'   ^jp  ' r * it t\f\*Jt  I \ , ''Mondav Morning Next ���������"'���������-   f'  will get the best choice.    , Don't miss this,opportunity.as ^  such   seldom ��������� happens   in this town. ���������   There are several W  (^ $2.50 hats amongst thc   above, nothinq* ]0v/er than $������r.so W    \  m originally. ���������   ��������� .W ���������  ^,^^7^*^^^^^*%:^^^^^^-<^-^^^%%*%^^^P  i  ���������v f * *  \'-*>-l������/\^~-^^=i*^1'^:^^^''%���������v-^  TELEPHONE '35.  ,jias  a/ift  bMV.  "TWIKl  v'^������?  ma   '  O F*  'Dr. McTCechnie '.m.id1- a professional  trip to Illeciilewapt yeslorchiy iuurnin������-}  returning in the evening.     *  Tiie servii-es at f-jt. PofoVs Cliurch  will ( iie as usual on Sunday, and D\:  Pallet will also make th;- special anT  nouricement.s as to' Lent.  .  Second  Str  11\  et,  VP.;0., BOX 86.  Vmmhi  r.  i^iDiuy iiroeers, and Produce Merchants;-  1 l^?rc^^^u_^__���������^ar,omro%*rr^rIl-���������v>c���������������t3'��������� * , , ,  KtocK   of   A!!   Goods   Required for'Family Use.  Tt&h    &+~^'  n Jm-cui**u.s -L^M^rue*Trat=^KUj-ri.aa  'BIG.'INDUCEMENTS 'FOR  run  CAREFUL ATTENT'ON./ ,iB       y     ., ?'    " PROMPT   DELIVERY.  CASH.'.  The goeernment "ill .early in.tlio  s'essi'On introtb.ice a bil! similar fo the  Zlsatiil Act for the restriction and prohibition ' of 'Chinese immigration.  The'e is no doubt of its passage,  though ir will be. opposed by the conservatives in the Commons.  GUY'BARBER  5  -JEWELLER.  !M rs. W. M. Lawrence left for Ivam  loops Wp.bnesdav evening,   where   she  River Improve'ments Commence.  c  (.'hasi Holten will have charge of the  improvements the Dominion'government contemplates at Nine-Mile riffle,  and is now engaging the men for the  work. On Monday he will leave for  tb.e riffle, where he will build a camp.  As soon a* the camp is completed (.."apt  Gore will gp op and  lay  oif  the work.  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  W.itchos, Clocks, everything in the line.  Specialty���������Watch  Repairing.  BICYCLES, Agent famous '������Cleveland"'  All Work Oii-uvui'bOocl.  O nma t ��������� dt mA YI  FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE-AGENTS,'  - . >i        '  -  '. --^es^-s?NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC,  IPIB.ST ��������� STRSBT,   EEVBLSTOKE.'  GREAT BARGAINS IN B0i������^  NVe are  now , i hrough  stock  ... taking and our Spring  stock is expected  rtaily.     In order to make room for-  b.-inu* M-e are offering great bargains  For  the ��������� Nest   Two   Weeks.  Your  Pocket-book  Will  spend a week or two" .vit.h friends, j Supplies   will-be   taken   in   on  hand  '   [ sletb-.    It if hoped  that this improve-  One of the   larcost   audiences ever  erowoed    into  a  the  lpera,  house wiiri  fairly well pleased    with    the.  town -100"'' last night. .  ���������Coon-  Mr*. Pavi  don icturned  in  ;. .sis! er of    M  to h"i* home  ve-.ierd.iv  lllol'llillg all'1!-   ,i     fi.-W  \':*it u it'u Mr. and .Mr-. Hordoil  Tl,  (}..!���������-  Uoimld  cbivs'  I rnentwil! greatly 'lesson the difficulty  1 of' navigating the- upper river, as the  i riffo- is the most difficult point on the  I river at present, the work iu the can-  1 yon laA year, making its passage com-  ' parati.ely easy and safe.  Two Applications. j  \      Mayor Smith   ha*,   received   two  np-j  j plication-' tc! join the V>. <A   r'orilitigi-nl  in.iy be low bnl ii'sboily si!.** il, but  ii yom- clotiioft arc shabby Unit,  .-olt lc-.ii. ucbci'ly w.int*. lo know you.  ijariicti or Oent*. 'i'niloi- I'.ladc t'luthus  roptiirpfl nnd cleaned in good siyle.  Cull or i-enci post, card.  Samuel   Neeclham,- Douglas  St.  F,<ia'.jlii.MCcl ill year*!.  Strictly Union Labor Shop,        '  If yon want to jjet fat  Drink Long's Dublin Stout  ! .v-'.'nnielK'.i-f!     by   the.   isit:I!ei.I  1       -     |'ii.-i'---i'.ii.    f'id'-ii left vi il!. IT*/!!'.  " iJ:i;.-i-t *-  (.-M'i'.-j-.  i.r  !...' maily, il!  li.'n " pri.i'ii't  i-ric-illoii.     (i-'.'.-.K  J. ILOE REVELSTOSE STATION.  BovcIqU-I"-*! Svoi*q  BlcCarty If.'ock  A .  -j_5-_jL  -Lje.  IB.  m p.. Kamloop  Zin"^.^.Al_\r I'lext Postoffioe  ,5,   Q KVJ=a  . ., 1 tl     b.ixn  t U tU-rJCS  r*1  i 1   ESTABLISHED 186,  VICTORIA', B. C.  rfOTfy'-j-'v!1 -,:'',"**c.':*Tr'r"r':*. "*T"li-~''^',--r--������^  ^SSJ\iW'jJ?J*'A'���������>:.V-"."^-.iv   ''���������* .-''.-'.V-'^-*.^.-  _������l^^//jrw     U������ji"i"*\ ?���������**&  (Jo-i-it. rtliaw is now utilizing the,  labor c'if a couple of prisoners undergoing -enleiif-i- in trie local prison,   and j **'*"! 'hem in   to  uiie-lcr     the     eoiiditili.s*    propns'-d   by ! ������f \^ 0% Q ^ IX'iiT% *l t'l  Mavc.i (Jard.-n. of \'aiK-miv.-r, ami  h;ts i Wj*_t_<Jo    ������L������ s-    x'^UaIC^H ;  -'keeping them  busy   sho\ehng ,snow  i.T the waik--.  Anoflifi* sleighiuq party was abroad  Wednovlay night and made the night  pleasant, or miserable, accordingly as  the listener felt when he heaid their  vaigs late into the evening.  Mayor  (AinAn,   rJ'!:.'  ( t..\r> applicants an* John Ft. Tweeddah*,  i me-scng.-r iu "tb"  Imperial   15,ink,  and  i  j Stew. 1 i-t McDonald, chef at   trie   Hotel  ! lAvi'J.Aok".  ���������.no'lif.'*!   1 obaccoc.  lroui'.d a b'-autifiil Cabinet Singer  Sowing machine nnd other ntyle**.  Anybody may own them by easy rneth-  iid-j. rn'-per'tion gratis. MoniiPtt,  next door to Cowan l>lock.   ��������� -1 t  The Story of  The  session  Ci.vars,  Agent for   "Quaker  Baths,  Vapor  Oenter Tables,    '  Extension Tables,  Bide Boards,  1 Ohairs & Furniture  of all kind'-. Many earltmd.s'of newest  ���������goods ri'eeived bcfor-i'. the advance in  prices.    We manufacture  Store, Bank  & Office  Fixtures  c  of hard wood-Send plans for estimates  mprovc your store ar.il you will be surprised at the increase in  business.   '  jf_ tV 1  rfM    sis  -Sf;  ������������ni  tu-a-������*2  \0!''T,T-!"-,^. 1.  "'C-,���������.T  ll'l.-XSJr&ttWJt^-irXZX-l^-.-Stt-Z&ITJ&ttK^  ^Sme^'-- PHONOGRAPHS.  jMsunaa, leFeely &��������� Company, Limited,  IflfUOl COAS C  5-JSDpllS/ApC I. plate 'illld Sheet G1-  wnbLL%MLL fomfoimhL I wood ai������������������ieis, Grat,  Kxtonsive iinprovements will shortly  be cornrneiiced on >.o. ] fire bull. The  front wii! be taken out and two largo  ('ours, the full size of the front will be.  put. in, anrl   a.   couple   setts   of   roller*-j  will be  fixed   in   the   floor   to   aid    in {' t his point, the, leader of t lie   npposilion-  btiirting the sleighs.  iJON-'AY.  TodHy saw tlie redistribution bill  brought down, uric] the pr.-mifi1 a-^k.-d  that it I)-* placed on the order paper  for consideration in committee of tiie  whole on Tuesday. Ffiggins objected,  claiming that two day's notice wa-,  li(-ces.*!ary. After .some debate the  motion to consider the bill in committee   tomorrow   wa.s    carried.     At  Pianos and  Organs,  C2>  Ii iii*i )>���������  movee  d the adjournment of the hom-.e,  Tuned  and  Repaired  and   Tiling.       MAJKKTKJ   IjTFKL   RANGES   for  9  ������L  ill  ,**,S J  ass,  ite  Hotel   and   Family        e  oiies.  Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  Branches at Dawson City, Atlin and Bennett.  ^^s?!Urci-rTll���������^i���������'.���������Cl-*���������kJ���������I'.v^J^csR������;s:-^7K:ayE-BrJ*i.-T^l���������  IM B. (). ASSAY m GMSIiCAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Ijiilc MacFar-lane & Co.)  \r3v  'LiVlHOUH o*.i tlio V'oiia.  (.'nr T.-l'li:-, el'-., i  uman notci���������s      J^- Taylor.  VANCOUVE R,  B.  C.  We are Ma mi fa A tire r* and  direct Trnpoi-ters. and   enrrv a  large  stock   of d  t.al.inces. i-*iini,-e-es r'itc Cluy goods, Scientific and Practical Book*, Glassware,  I'l..! in un 1 goo!'..^Acid>,f'hem icalsjind allot'nerAssi'.yr'i-'.*-and Miner's requirements   /  Hole Agents in;' Moigan Crucible Com pant, 'Biittersua,  Cecker Sons' Bai*   ij  Otll'l'S,  etc.  Catalogue ami full pArticqlars aent on application,  -ll-~ Jl^L

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