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Array &  ^W^w  fi     .  O i  ZPTJjBIILiJlSIEdllEID   TUESDAT"  _^TsTjD,  FRIDAT  i Vol. 7.���������No.  c1*  REVELSTOKE. B. G, JULY 27, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  (Late Jas. Gil! & Co.)  _\Vc have sold out our stock    |  of dry goods but would remind,   |  vou 'ilv-.it ivc still carry the -    P  k  j "Finest Stock of Men's Clothing and 1  --     ������������������.��������������������������� ���������     |  Furnishings, Boots & Shoes and   ��������� 1  - Mouse Furnishings I  .��������� ������ "'    . -    ��������� -        ������  in   North   West    isootenay.   , .   "  ,    We have 'special bargains in  all lines of Ladies'and, Gentlemen's   Boots and Shoes, mak-  inyf a ��������� '  Twenty Per Cent discount   .  in order tc.cu't down our stock-. ���������  r"  WicKenzie Avenue.t Revelstoke.  m  c  0)  m  I Awl BiM  3  '^ttt^ni^^iez&^ij^uittmianers^^  lOOTS   AND   SHOES  Belts!  Belts!' Baits!  itiies  mr  AT  Bt!  THE JEWELLER'S  fliB Fred fiobinsdn  amber Co. Limited,  EESE  C.P.R. Watch inspector.  *>0'D  Draying mill doliwring ;i specially.  Teams always ready at shortest  notice. ' CViili-.-i.i.-l'S for jobbing  taken.    Agon*,   for   J.!. C. Oil Co.  vert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  0   j      fi  ������ it tor you,  WHO ?  ' On .'mil iii'liT I liis (late nir.-  prices for  cut lirowood will lit* <is fallows:  $l.per cord at Mill  $2       "      delivered.  PricesvCui for Cash.  Fred Robinson,Maiiaging Director  flagons,  Delivery  Rigs;  Buggies,  Etc., -  -    ���������        '       ---:AT:���������    ,   "    ,  JAS. MGMAHON'S  '   *- *:0:���������  .Blacksmithing and Woodwork  done on short notice.  Carriages'    Built   to ��������� Order.  loru  YELSTOKE  ESTAI  ESfel   Ken J  s  w 3 3*4 U si  CMS in in 9 iro  dUi f, luLik  ��������� Forsewini.:'machine supplies  'of all reputable makes apply to  J. iW. EENNETT,  representing The Singer A! ftp;.  Co., MacKeiK'ie Ave.  Firt-t street ni'iir Moisons Bank.  Board by the week $4.50 .  Meals      - - 25c  Home   ni.-iili'   Bread,   Cakes nnd    Pies  i I'di'  sale.    Open  dny .-Midnight.   No  Chinese employed,  A.  COWEY,  Proprietor.  Edison Standard ���������,  . . . Phonograph  willi .ill ilic l.Ut**i ii)ii>:*o-.-eir.ci*,t-; will  take inul i- ]im.'li:<;o ivcoi'-is. i-onii-lt-to  itii.'liiiliii<, lirr'oriU".''. l.'(.'|'!-oilin;ei-, J-Siii-s-  Hoi-ii. i-;ippliiri' Slim inf.; Knife. Km-  'li'iii'f.-i, Cnmul** ll.u'i* Hi-n-1.. Oil Ciin. nl-o  Oiu.'-hiilf ilny-cn Jiucoivl** ami Hooks of  Iii.-anietiiiii.  PRICE    $25.00 ���������  ...CHAS J. AMAN,,.  :.'.o>'D.\y.  . Jn moving (headdress in reply lolht-  <-pi'i'cli from liu-* throne -Vancouver''.-*  thud nirinhi'i-, Capt. Tallow, made his  how to Ihi' house and the maiden  speech \\asv'a good ono.. He began by  defining I ho position of himself and  some of the other meinbcis of .he  assembly very carefully. Thoy wei i*  supporting the govei ninent for this  session upon certain specific conditions. This oxplaini'd, he '(nok'iip tho  spt'ocli and, par.-igiaph'afli-i paiagrapli  oh that docuiiii-'iit, ' wns succ-ossivciy  handli'd in an aid.* 'anil ..liniuyhiful  in.inni*r, 'whii-h .-it iiiiof-ooininaiidrd thy  iiKeiilion and inli-'ivsl of all!-,  .Spoakiiig lo tho puinl, of lhtj jjov^r-  noiship, Capl. Tallow rai^'d Lhc(jm-s-  Lionrof tin- appoint inc-nt.of a lifut-i,'naiil.  governor froni' without' ,tlu-> piovince,  hut gianling Ihis- policy, *-l,tted that a  more fotliinati-* <-i|ipointini'nt co'ulii not  he made in the" w holo of Canada, aud  that consiM vativf-s nfighl well join  wlt'li lihi'i'iiN in welcoming and honoring Sir.Henri July.  Regaiding the qui-.*-,!ion of' cheap  Asiatic lahor the speaker . advocated'  the utmost use of the pioyiticia! authority. Sanitary laws, clauses in puhlic  ''charters [irohihiting llieir.cnploynienl',  a like jnohiiiilion , legai-ding public  works all were advocated, as waii also  every eii'ort which might tend toward  the introduction at' Oltawa'of an act  '.-<iiiiil<jr lo Ihe Natal act.  Upon the question- of macki ('-apt'.  Tallow held that not only should I he  governineiil, apply a libel al policy lo  (he making Of trunk-roads and ,1.rails  throughout I Ik* province,; fin I"ihfil I hey  must.aliso foster, certain works of railway construction. A' more r direct  road from the coast to' the Ivootenays  was'urgenlly wanted as well as a road  Io,lhe'mines of the golden north.'  Mr. W. Ii. Hay ward, senior member  of Ksqiiimalt, in secondin;j* .lhe reply  to the speech also made liis debut, in  I he hou-e aud i;ie.ited an equally favorable impreusion'. While uecessai-ily  c.jvoi ing very largely liie'siiiie g.-omid  as his niove.r, Miv Hay waul In ought a  great deal of originality to bear upon his  treatment of the 'subjects, in question.  hi:* laid more Ihau usual stress upon  the subject of agiicultui'c. Ye'.uly  this ��������� iirovince was spending over ,$'>,-  OUU.UOO, for agriciili oral products grown  elsewhere, a   sum   that  should  go into  tho'norkels  of the farmer** of   liritisii  i   , - v  tf'oliunbi.i, and one   .-o   lar������.', loo, as to  make evei yone stop ;iud wander. He  thought Ihat the present system of  education did much to lit children I'or  town iife, so much so -as' to draw Ihe  country children lo I he Ci' ies. This  might be met by a'giealtr atlenlion  to nntlire studies, as now taught in  many places iu tho east ana south.'  The single expei iineutal 'still ion, too.  should bo supplemented by several  others to meet lhe Variel io.-i of climate,  elevalion, i-oil and oilier coriditions  of wliich Ihis province ptix'-essen. -o  great a mixture. i!e further advocate.1  the publication of a grealei mini her of  repoil- 'Miid bulletins and any oilier  possible ineaiis I ha I. might be of ad-  v.-inlagi' to Ihis indiiMry.  .Mi. Joseph .M.-ui in then, made' I In*  only .* ji-.-ech of the debate fioin the opposition side, of the house. Afler a  goad deal of chnJiing of Ihe government upon their si ability, as illnstiated  by the bargain explained by Mi. 'Pat-  low, the speaker traversed the speech.  The Chinese, and Japanese labor  qiie.-jtion.- were taken up- at lousider-  ahl.i l.englh as w.i- al-n (he proposition  In appoint, a commission to in vcbtigale  111.- milling laws. This, Mr. Martin at  once con-trued into a covet t altaik  upon thii ei^ht hour law, and  strenuously urged that this particular  regulation should be e.Neinpt from any  interteience on (ho part, of tho coiu-  niis-ion. lie then opposed the plan  geneially, Guiding thai the members  thi'in--elves could very well do thi-  work without any coiiuuission being  appointed.  A Good S'iow Coming. ,  Ci.ir.i Mat lies Uomeo'y co:ii|i.uiy will  (jin.-n their tiuce niglits eim igeui'-Mil  at t!m Opci-.-i jlmise   on  MoikI.iv <!\en-  I , .       '* *., '  iug,' 'Julv -30111,*���������"* in lho yi'ry funny  comedy ihaina,   '��������� i'lowi;'.-. iu Town."  Tliey   have   ju-ii.   closed   a 'long i;nr]  ���������\ery   successful   season   at. Winnipeg,  and tlio   piper's   theie   and ,'c-N.pwliere.  have given   tliom   ciedio   for being an  ('xcclleut company.'    ������  Tlie thorough cle.inHnoss of their  peiforni'in'ces/ the earnest, natui'-o of  tlie'company's ���������work and thoir-careful,  attention to details 'lia\e .'dl been lhe  subject--of praise.    <���������  The,    plays    gi*cn", v. ill   I/e coiiic.'iy'  draina aiul the. lime-lii-tu c en   acts will  i    < p  i i. -   , ���������  i'Ci occupieil by specialties.  J'ho    renei toiid _ enibi.-ai f;s,-    l.esirles  '" Hrou-ii's in Town,"  " Ingoni.ir,"   ���������'A  Wife,   ������������������'Wanted,"'   "The   Queen     of  Hearts,",  " Jac.k.Siujppaid,''   ���������' Kaii.*>i."  and the sensalio'n of the. flay, '-.Sapho."  Popu'ar   prices   lio, 3o, and  00 -cents.  yoats   can   bo   secuied at   the Canad.i  Drug anil 'LSooki Co.'s   wilhoiU.   extra  cliai������e.-       t , , '  ' .^ a ' <-*  i -. .-  SnopeiiiB leader Needed.-'  Siu-cial Id the Koor::.vAv J.Iaii .'  '  LcxijoI'I, July '27.���������-Th.i l.-upst im-  kpi*es.",iuU (K-rived from' 'telc^i ams i'loin  llio far east is that a portion of th'-'  fdrei-ji^ c-'jloiiy at Pekin may'" hiivfj  escaped slaughter until a rect-nt date.  _Judging from tlio news froni Tien  ���������Tsin. however, ������ recording " divisions  among the udmii-als thero, tho jm'ou  peel's for ;i *spoi:dy advance, seems lo be.  eiidangerod unless liie goverti'meiits  speedily agree upon 'a supreme load'o.*.  Tu'.egrains from Shanghai report that  Li Hung Chang has taken* up his  abode at the arsenal as a nieiu.ure of  precaution.'.- 1.1 ib not slated \vlicllior  he {'cared an alt.ick by the ".'.Miino.-e, or  altt'inpts of tliu povM-is to curtail his  Iiburl ies. The foreign consuls at'  Shanghai ha\o iufurined the \icoroy  that unless ho should obtain definite  despatclie-j fi-oin Peisin in li ve'd.us they  ' i'<  *t',-.  Sepions Mobbing Mray.  ~,, iHpccf.ir to t!>i'. M.*> 11.1 , '  -Ni:v <;i:i,!*:.\n.s, July 20���������A mob  .here ' on Tuesday niglit kille.fl two  negKtfS.' fatally y.vouufled thrort and  ,soi ioudy wounded twelve. The nioii  was incensed at tlio murder of two  policemen by two negroes one of whom  is still at large.  Mooted in Pliillipes.  " r  (.-j'K'L'iiiUo _Tii!:iM.wif.)  W.vsuiN-cTO.v, 0. C., y^tyP'^T.��������� A  number of American so!diers\ killed  SO persons in a small town in the.  Phillip-lies. ' The town was'shelled  because of the killing of two soldiers  bv'lliu natives.  Heavy 'EUditins* In' Afriea.  (, (Special to the UAH..)  Lo.xuoX;   July  '27.���������Goiieral Archi-  ,bald ' Hunter's 'command  was heavily  'engaged on July 2-1111 and, 'Joth in the  diills. south of "JJelhleheiih / The   Doers  compelled   the   Bril'ish to retreat' from,  their positions with   about fifty casual-"  ;Jes.    i,   .   ������      , '   '';  Accoiding/to last accounts' General  ITunter.'worked aruund behind, the  fedeVals,' while General Hector Mac  flona'ld iiud General' Bruce Hamilton  engaged  the enemy in front:    '     ���������  Tho    Doors  on July *2-tth engaged  (lonural.-s    Krcnch     and    Hutton,    -ix  miles  so till i of   Balmoral.     While Col.  Aldersou's mounted   infantrv attacked',  oo.is on the. li^'ut,, General J'ri-ncli  the  P.  made    a    t'uruin'.  wo I  i Id  cone  tide  were ���������murijeretl  tii.t    liis:  and   lr:ev  miiii-slors  would act  Jiepoit.s aie ' current that a uunnjer  of niissicuiai ies, ('itliei American or  lOngliiih li.id been inuidoicd in Sha,nsi.  Onc'.-dcsp.itch'fioni i^haughai says lh.il  the, C.inaiii.in uiissinnai ies v. ho escaped  from Hunan, had a terrible, experience  en i mile  her;-.       Natives    everywhere  movement    amend  . *  their loft. Seeing I heir retreat ihre.iit-  ened.lhe. Boers'.broke and lied.' French  and Hultou followed. Casualties one  iuiiired.  To Proteet Boys and ������HpIs  (Sp'-cial to Till-: M \u..)  \'irrni:i.\. July "27.���������-The emergoncy  l estimates bill   of  ftloO.000  passed the  pieliininai-y   stages   in  the'degi-lature  yesterday.       Df   this amount. 62.1,000  goes   to pay the   debts of   old goveru-  Tho ��������� rabble :il lacked -| menls ;   s20,0()0    for    urgr-nt    public  cruel   indignities.  ou-ei.  i he    u.-it ives.  il  (Cuiiliiin-'d on LJ.igo *l.)  were   hostile  the refugees, beat'and lore tip' clothes j woiks aud the balance for salaries and  from their backs. The ladies siifle.ied ��������� curiout espouses. This is the first  Caiilon rennius j time such a ,'big aniount has been  before the house. CnniKjr methods being  to get money by special warrant.  McI mien' labor bill wai laid o\er for  one   week'. ^' ���������   ,  .Mi-Phillip-; iiilri.duced a bill to }<io-  I ei I I'hildii'ii and simp gii I-., iii chilli  p.iM-er is gi\eu to iiiiinicip.il council*,  to order tlio closiii'' of .shops after  seven o'clock iu tho evening and this  to become olili^ itory vvheie. a petition  is presented from throe-fourths of the  shopkeepers in the ciry. The liiil also  prohibit** llio employment of hnys under 1! and g" Is iniu'ei ^IGformoio  than 7 1 hours per v.eek, 11 hours ou  Sutur'i.iVh and 12 hours oiiutliei days  of the week, including an hour for  ii.niii and l hi"o qnai lei s of an hour for  supper. Occupier of the shop in  wliich feaii-.ies rue employed shall pro-  \if.'e Mnis '< i- v.ie of fi mails. ;n.d >!>;di  permit her to ������������.<* such seat when not  uecess.u iiy eu^i^i'd in the work of  which   ������������������.iie   is employed.     Any  person  c-omparal im-iv  lutwever, aie beginning lo fear that  the leiiii'o-.'cciiienls an i\ ing at I long  Kong intend to at lack the ilngue  forts and occupy lln1 ciiy. ~ The mili-  lar\ maud.n in ha*. ::;.l*:cil I ia: cub iii i.i I  si'erelar\' al I long I'Coiig for assurance.-,  that Groat liiilaiu docs not intend_ to  lako'Canton.  A despatch fiom Yokohama st.-ites  that th.-! Japniiese division will all be  landed al Taku by July 2.",rd and will  reach.Tieu Tsin on August :.5id.  , The legi-laluie of New .South Wales  has resolved lo despatch n. 111ili(.-11 -,  contingent lo  join the impeii.d Iron])--.  In connection with the scare created by tho immense quantities of steam  coal leaving Grea&. j'ritain for Fi-.-iip-e.  mliiiil Ifil'y foi- use of the Frencli n i\y,  Hon. A. J. l'dfour significant ly pointed out in the In mac thai tho bill befoie  parliament to  prohibit the export a tion !  I ol  uieiidiii!,' ,)gi:in*;t any provisiun of this .  ,.    ,    , , -;!--ciio,'i shail   be,liable lo a line, not ex-  ot   war   miii-Hious   applied    to coal as ��������� ,.       ,., lA     . , , ,.  ��������� ��������� i eeeding o-O with costs   nt   prosecution  well us to other military ^stores. !  A Takio despulch siiys the logo I ions  were ijyfe on J uly Jolh.  ,11,0 iii default of iuniHidiate payment  to,bo iinpiismiefl for a time not exceeding one  month.  wmmmmiBmimmmmmmtmMmmmffiffli THE KOOTENAY Bf All  Zbe 11vootena^ flbail  1'UliUSHKD SJSMI-'WEKKLV.  --AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������HV���������  li. 1!. OAiUPHKhh,  PCBI.ISllKli JNI) J'lSOl'KIETOH.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING   RA'J'Eri   qnot '     'on   application.  3 Oii I'IMXTING of every kiml at most reason  able rail's mill shortest. i,iotice.  ACCOUNTS for job  printing  or  sulvertisiiis?  payiilile on the first of every inoiith.  ' ' CORRESPONDrcXCK oii iilt iiiatLerri of local  or public iiilcri"*C invited and carefully considered.   All communication-! io the Ediioi-  ,inil-t bo accoiiip.-iiiieil by the  name of  the  '   writer, not necessarily for publication,  but  , as an evidence of good faith.  Address  Thk Kootenay Mail,  Kevelstoke. H.C.  FRIDAY JULY 27, 1*J0-J.   ������-  Why Patronize Chlaess ?  i ������ * t i  ���������  ' ������    Hi. Thoiun.s (Ontario) Timo.'   ,-  ,, Trades, unions are well represented  in St.." Thcimas:. ���������; Railroad men of al!  liriir.elies^'who rcpt csciil. ;i large proportion of- our populalion,0are. ..solidiy  union,  and < in   addition   to   these  the,  ���������' majority of other lines of trade and  labor iu the citv aro now organized.  Unionism in Si. Thomas, in a number  of lines.-'is yet in ils infancy, and even  among the older   established  organiza-  ' -tions there   are   yet some, fuiirhune'htnl-  principles   of brotherhood,    fraternity'  and unionism which they   do not seem  to have   fully grasped.       Union   men  will    complain    bitterly   if ���������non-uiiion  'men    perform , work   below  the, union  1 scale of prices, and work ��������� longer hours'  than union men. ' I ha\e -frequently  _ had complaints reach nie of lneu holding a regular situation' doing outside  work on their own account after  c]iours,' to the' .detriment of men u host-  living   depends    upon     .such    outside'  '   work.    ' Those, who  pationize and em-'  'ploy   cheap    labor, in    preference    in  union labor, come iu for severe dentm-  . ciation by union men.  ' Kuw, 1 dm going t o' uiaki: a start  ling' statement, and one which 1 do  not fear will be contradicted, because,  it is true. Union men, right here in  St. Thomas, habitually p.il-onize che.-ip  non union labqr, in preference to .Nell-  paid labor. ,   Aiore,tlpiu thai, they give  their patronage to aliens in. preference   ft''  , widows, or alilicted with shiftless,  worthless husband, or hard-working  husbands whose wages are insuilicient  to make both endo meet, who a:e trying, faithfully anil nobly to make an  honest living for lheiii-=elvss and dependent ones, by doing washing.  Jv.-ery time you gi\������ your work to a  Chinaman you are depiivini; honest,  struggling while women of that much  revenue and forcing llieni into competition with a horde of thankless bn-  barians. ' '  And a word lo the ladies. It i������  .astonishing ho.v tinny women patronize'Ohinainofi. ,1 suppo-.-: we may  attribute this to their love of bargains,'  .-is I lie 'Chinamen- do their work so  eheiply. I.et, ihe V.imv I be 1,-idies of  St. Thomas a pictme wliich isnotover-  dra-.vn. and then let them think ser-  io:i*--!y ti fi vv inomenls.  "Hav.* yuii never noticed uliat iittle,  stull'v, dingy ruhhy-hoh s the' Chinese  wa -hei-men invariably inhabit?  iiavi* you nnliced how many sloppy  Chinamen inb.-iliil  ih.ese qua! less ?  Do you ever rei'.ect that these fellow s  u'.-i-h, iion, cook, sleep, smoke, c-it  sweat, alio live entirely iy. these dai k,  squalid holes, !i!<e so many rats in' a  sewei ?  Do yon ever lhink oi' the imptii iiies  pent up in 1 hese' - pool iy-venti'aled-  shacks, into which, the bealllif.il **un-  light never peiiet rates, and whei e I hese  sweafing forcign'crs toil day and nighl  in steam and heat and foul odors 'i  Do Chinamen'ever take a hath, and  if they do, it is pleasant In. think ,of  them washing I heniselves iu the same  tubs as those in wliich ybur.clolhes ni.e  soaking?     , .  It has occurred in liiis cily.- to niy  knowledge- thai there was not sleeping  accommodation for, all lhe Chinamen  horded together in one of these, laiu-.d-  ries, and what do you think they d d ?  Just what they often do, especially  these hot nights. Piled tlie unwashed  clothes, collected from ail parts of tin,'  city and lrom all conditions of,, people,  inlo,a corner, and hpraw led,, like animal-, upon the -oih d iinon.  ft is l>ad enough ' for a leiiut-d lady  'lo think of her dainty uiitlei clothing  being piled promiscuously into a corner  with lho-c of sou.'e verinin-iufe-i'ied,  skin-diseased, unclean individual, but  to'h'ave a pec-poms Oli-Iimnum swell-  ering upon the'ni these hoi iiigkts^-u.gh i  1 du not believe our women, instinct-  iveiy reiiiied. hav.- ever thought of the  matter in this light. Th"ir own good  sense' should   convince   'them    that   1  pile of filthy rags, slept on by a greasy  'Chinaman, and dampened by water  "ejected over it from a Chinaman'-:  mouth; so may a pork chop look tempting and inviting on Ihe breakfast plale  although only lhe day before it may  have been part of a hog wallowing'in  the iilthy mile of a slaughter house. ,  , This is no time to be sentimental  over the "heathen Chinee:" They a re  not wasting sentiment upon our white  ���������countrymen and countrywomen, in  China.-it the pr-'-jCnl time. People will  read willi horror nnd indignation of  the butchery, of missionai ies, meii and  women, and their families/by the barbarians of China, of the .-treels of Pe-  ti     ������ssa:  XAIIGI':    AND    AVELL    UCHTFA)  9 SAiri'bK KOOMS. "fieatcd by  ���������^S" hot air and electric JielU-.and  liijht in every roian.   free bus meets all  trains.  JOHH ������. .PERKS TOPHifTOB;  REVELSTOKE, B. C  1 Ht  utN i HAL ' ,H(J S bL  E?'  ki i i unuing rivei s of  C!i: ioti.-m   blood.    p^JJjj-  !>. I   1    I lilt I I III*.;    IIH-ISHI      \    .li   IS. 1,1 11       ..1. l.u.. |    ('���������~iy,'l*T--,v        f ' ' !  and   then   deliberately   lay  down] lie ^^^^^"w^;?^1^���������~-'     "^-is.-j '-'',*'-  ���������papVi', i-,-i**-s by tliedooro; a haid-v.oik- ' J^^^^^^P^^^^P /   ��������� ���������, ���������  ing w,..-*nerwo::iaii   or of   a  while lami- f '.   ,       ������������������    -���������-.   .   -/^\,-^'J&:--~-.^9p?-zs^'~  -��������� ~  , >, ..... .' ,        ��������� ���������''���������-. ',    ,1 r,^���������- ~AJ -���������-!- 'j'i'tl i^^MiJa^rr--^----  ^v7"   ABRAHAgvlSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Jv'ewly built,        Kiistclas-'  in   ('very   respect.      All' ..  niiidern conveniences.  Luge sample rooms.     Fire  - pi oof   safe.      Five 'bus  meets,all trains.  speak the i ruth in this mailer earuesl-  to their own    countrymen,  they palroni/.o Uliiir.mei  In short ��������� !i'" fllicl ''sit!l n si!i('l,1,'c d'-d.'C. for  (heir  I    ...\'i,    .,'/.!!    !,f.i.ifi* I      \>'.Hl!.l    .IS    Si.[Ill    Si'OO  to Iii! iheir coi'i'ern sn ilia I they may in  enabled to return lo Chhia Uj^swell the .  sivaRe churn: of "Kill the I'm cign  devils," which is now sounding hideously in til'; ear,*, oi* dying Christians  iii the !,-iik1 of Oiiental f.inalic-.  Union' nlen, be, true to your pi iuci-  ph's, or e!.-e c.'.isy(Lo pi ate of uuioiiisin.  ��������� ijiis-ini'ss'-men,' ])atroni/." I hose who  patronize yon. How much furniture,  haiilware, carpel-;, provi.-ions or tlie  oidinary uecessarii*s of civilized life  have you over-sold lo Chinamen ?  Ladies, be true to your instincts of  refinement, and shun the.- contamination lo which your most pcrsuiial p.ro-  peity is; exposed in the' .* qua lid haunts  ol,' the Chinese laundrynian. ,    .  ,   Li very m en, do Chinamen ever hue a  livery i igr' ��������� <   .  Dentists, doclor,s, , photogi a pliers,  tailor--, pub-isbeis, milliner*-, dress1  maker's, ' j-ainler.-*,' builder.-, music  stores, colleges, je welei -, ^lawyer.-���������  a'iiybody--(lo Ciiinan/en ever ��������� spentl  .-my money wilh you ? Alighly i i 11 i ^>,  in- nie.-.e at all.  ���������Do tliey ever,'] ide o:i, Ihe tn/ihjy cars  for* pleasure ? in siioi-l, do lln-y ever  c-ircul.ile aii;> mo.i.*y (h;i"t Jin-y ahso-  .lufelv   do   not.   ha'veio?      N'ery, very  seldom.  <������������^.K^ru���������������������������j.'jsjmj . - ~.i~~~* i^ ....^ .���������.���������������������������,  .'QUEEN'S HOTEL,'  i   TROUT LAKE ,C!TY  Q-O-OO- 0~cy<>-<>0<}<)<K>O<yO<>rO^ ,  I  0'  o  6  0  Njv/I/ Guilt.,  Lighted by Electricity  Throughout.  CtZrZy^T.   g  v-r-  i wi. .r^j'TY, i  i new  j  B"L  ttxsacj  0   Best Brands oi'  6     ' Wines, Liquors and  Cm���������v* ' '  6 -pr."   '  ,., B. OALBY,,PROP;R.  1 i 0  i   ,!  On the oilier   hand   lhe   white laun-'j  drymau    palroni-.'.es    everything     and i  everybody,   speiuh   his   money   like a  white man, deals with  while men, and  i.s a money-circulating   uu-diuui   in Ihe  city.        , t    - ,      "      '  Wliy    force    him    to   comiieti'   wilh  iniserable   foreigners   when     you   are  ���������iik   hi ft     A \'i   nil  ���������t t  ,' ,    ��������� |. A. Stonk, Proprietor. ...'..-  ' Rcii.e-3, $i per day. . .-.'.: .-   U.lcclric'li^htfid,' furnace heated  Newlv btiilL and furnished. . . .  X XJ.  Finest  and   best supplied   bar  '. .'. .in the city  j own well beiiig.    [   v.'oukl -is soon seno i deriving th"   beiieiit   of,,hi:*, paltonag  There are white men, good   cilizi-ns . my rloll.i.ig. or ^'vbody's   I., a   I.^ar-    .md cili^mship?  who    own   'pr������'P������-Ttv, p^" laxes, spend | ������*'l'" '"��������� l^1' i'"1!y-' u' !'���������'I"������mlried as lo,  monev    like 'oll.-.-r*  white   men' do in j -'   <-'"!'"-"  '"������ = .o.y.    \ ...������   may  argue  'me   i :-a<-<*s <:   i.c-itsitM.  social,    religious,    business   ;iii<l  |i.-itii-|  tb.il. \oii have ni-M-'r boa, d <>jf a   single |      On eve; i- side in !!:.��������� Ma ism   v.-I!i':! l!;e  otic life, who   spend   nionev  iu lr.iv ei- '' ^''^' "!" ���������'������������������y Hiul   l'd,i- M>*������--"������^ !  i!'lt'l-i ���������������"  l!l1'   leasts - wliiel,   lie: o  live  in pleasure, 'in   ketping -up  a icspect, j i" lamulry fio.ii a Ci'-m-se w.e*n hou-e.  able appearance, wiio supportfthe cdu- 1 I ������fwwa'i -vy thai I *-.'������" inr-taiic aiase,  catioual   institutions,,   who     pav ' fair   i-it!;rr. l.uUii..l   i=  du.-   mm.'  to good  wages to white employees, who in turn _ l"ck ai:d ihv   di--iub'cimg qualities ot  circulate money-���������there are white, men. j toipantl lioiling   walei-   |iiau   to   any  I say. who   carry   on   the ��������� business of ' care on the j/aitof the  Chinese/ is  it  1.-urndrying.      "Vet    union    men,  -and * n-.d ration..! to .-is-iime that ii,   is   inii-  business men, with   whom the.serowhite I nili-'y   i>'-liei"   to   patroni;: ���������   a    white  laundrvmen   spentl   their   money, pas- ' iaondi'y. all o! her icasons aside, and De  bv thedonr -ot   tlie   white- lauiidiv to , a-^'ir.-d "f c! -an'linoss in,, the  ii.-iiulling  as secluib'd. n.-. s.:!'"'fi'inn i!!f)li"---!alW,:i.  as did thi'ir a.ics'.ors i:i |*"t'-.\.i".:n:iio  davs-.���������ire 'Visible on inc t \\::'.i. en  bc.-tton game i.'.-ttii ami t.:i ihe yi. hling  clay at tho drinkim? ii'.ac'es by the hurrying strea in. riere a i-.ell ef ni'.'.d .niiii'  feet from the gre;::*;! shows lii.-ii an  elephant'lms riibtu'd his itching hack  against ihe roimh h:ii!< til" a tree. n:rl.  see, course hairs un; siill stiekuri in Hie  hardened   clay.     Thereca   long   sli.-iin  ��������� Cor. Fronirancl Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B:C.  P   MOM/Qnki  ftP'fi  iiu yy  Fiirnilure and Undertaking,  y   OC   UO.,  Repairing & Upholstering Cone  f Wn: eliouse in conned ion for storage of family and ol her furniture,  I runk-, etc., al monthly or other rales. Agents for Raymond Sewing Machine. .. '  O f D  EEVELSTOKE STATIO!sr9B.O  ���������'he   their   ������oik   to 'a  pack'of   di'rtv.    of v.m.  u e.n-iug,, pp.-nvl. even if itd.u- j scratch   repeated   at   irgul:ir   intervals  heathen Chinese, from   ������ hose or.sence ' c^ you a i'-w cents mo, ,* each   wee!<?|^"'^   "���������  losing    of   a    rhinoceres  ,        . ,  '    . . ���������   . .  ,  -.,,   ..... ;., ,   ,, i llere iigain is. the pad mar.k ol 'a  tiger.  ,.l   lhe   city   the   city   at large or a^a    ft v ..���������  ...iv, a���������>   t .....pLt.-it   ..Vii".^.������ ;  lm,o]y .,��������� hoi]I. (),(] iH:(]lli(, ,, = ,������������������, n,iU.,.s  corporation, uenvps no   revenue worth f whU- hiiiudi yman   he   is   p-iii t^.us.y��������� j Qf a^y Qf ^  ^^ _j;;J  v;1].i(;jk<s s,.,./  mentioning       Does   that fayiy exr-m- '. aiixiou- >o   u'ltiecy   I lic'^gt lev.-uice:   if j ,(1 die deeply pwnelinl lioles which'  plify the spitit   of   tnidfs unionism, ot ' you  'cn-plaiii    to .a    Cninam.m    he ; av)[   tilc.   f0.)'isu.pri   ol-   iU,    oiephunt.-  good    citizenslrip ?    ' T   ask   the uoiuii   -ii uiyhi v.>>y forget--hi-   knowledge ot ��������� .IWaekwood's  men of  St.   Thou.a-   ho .v   they can ie-    Jinj-ii-h, aiul "Nn -ab*-." i-. all the sati.��������� ���������  concile their patronage of the <;he .pe^r    i',i-.;i.,!i o.hmii gel o"\ of him.  kind    of    labor,   to   the   rJeti iun-ot  while   men   v. ho  circulate iiioiin\', v. nil   the uiea   or   ti>  ��������� I ������������������ ,���������!���������!* -r.i-i 1 ii" ii t������'.i l"i! nn la  pay  good w.i_;(���������*' an-i , ni.,;,|,���������l ...-oi.le  i  lit'  T'io!i   ff.  \\'liile ihe l-it(- .biiiies  n._ P.riird,  fn^  llier   of   .Ian    I;������������������,**nl.    ihe   .���������wtist.    was  ii   im-   omiiiiy    ,,.,;ni:ii!i :i pa-irait of Zacliary ",'Ayl.;r.  opei at i\e tratfriril bn  il li,*; li!...''! '  i Ik'lv  , i  ,i:.i; i  r-j t j.:- c-tt y  who   pi'r. 'd/.e   f'lii'i.i-    ;,,. ,.,;,��������� ,��������� |,j,JL  ���������*v,('H,  -,.,,.., :*,l.  i "s.,.  ti^'-i'! .ii('l..H>'    tii'Mll    io    'l|i-   ,(ilo|i-      pr...'. yo;i ;ii'e  !'j  I*" fiur lie\|   pl'es|i!"ll I  ffleLannap, Mealy &. Company,. Limited; ���������  mhos r������^A-] f 'uanniafumr i pinto ������Mti sheet t^iass  WhULtftALt HAHuWAKt. u,.������������������ M ,i, ������,,.������������������-  and   Tiling, '[ MAJESTIC   STEEL   RANGES   Wn-   Hold   ami   Family use  Miners' and Mill Supplies.'   -  Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  - branches at Dawson City, Atlin ancl i3ennett.  cogar.rr^-*r^ffTT-,=a-t^cr:xai3cs^s..r^.-j.J^g=r^r?jtt^  ���������TggtZJLI^������^.'J^JIJ-3������;������agS'g<JBgTa3C'.������l<UIICTnWBJ*  TIIE B. 0. ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO; (LIMITED).  '(wale MaoFai'laiic fc Co.)  VANCOUVER,    B.  C.  \V" ai e .Maimf.ici urei- .mil   dii-etl   1 inpnri ei s. and   carry a   large   slock   of  !,      n.'il'inee1-, Furn.ire--.'i''ii e '. May i;-oi,d*-'. Seieutilie and Practical Ijook������, Gla.*-*-.\vare,  j  I'ial immi irood.-'. Aciii*-.( '.���������."inie.-i]-. ;.ud all i>! iierAs.-iiyer'sand iliner's r('()uireinenls  .... .t     .. i . ., ...    I. w������ I ,    |V1������ Wr-l*.* I. ,  U .1 I.. I "    t   I   111   I I I. I                                                                        .                                 . *           '               t              ' . .       . . i      ,1 .  I . ( I i I I J  .; > f' '. I.- , .- L ^   .. . -, \    .. - -. I I t"   ,i i " i, , i������������  " " f  -    ���������   . .'  i . . .-i-(. ������ .   .    .- fi I J. .   ^.J . . .\   .    .". . ������  i. .1 .. i   ...,   . .  V"             ,         ���������            '        '   ���������_-"."-" .i(!l   ,,,-    i'.,,(i-;!i!,.!v.,   Den    ((|,,    ii. -I   Ii-,-.--   noi.     n-i-ei.ied ihe  blmr o!d !         ���������������:,. Ag.-nt*;  lor r.iu.g.i.i  Cucililt" Ci.mpanl,   Dal terse;.,   Uccker Sons' IJ;  the be-,1 ot   .-lwhzou ren.mieiMU.in ami T|,���������;,.',,,���������, ,.:i.i(l!,, ,��������� (-Ju : -n on; y .ii <��������� a ' le ro.    PA, lAVlnry loan lias any  buaj am-e**-. oie.  yet uphold del rtnieiital eliMp hibi'i  '          _,   ^,        _(j( .,,,....,. ,,n.iL."* ,\i id le.iiu I h>* n,'";   '"   il1''   |>r<'**i<!eiM;a] cbair,   l.ut   if f'.ii uliiauc and full pai'iien'.ni--* '-en! on .-ipplieal ion.  ,.,      Cii:i, ���������!,.",i      an*     ''���������   v   ":,M'   I'1   '"   "i"   i   .-iippn.-e   I'll   la;   (  ,..,.;,. .->ci.i.---.-i..i-i.��������� '"l '���������i,;"i-:'' ���������'- ������������������,f,f,,,i>' ���������������" !  Ami   he   Mr ..  I-,- I I Ml i '-.   I  Ml   ,l     !_''���������:   !lll!'-    ''   IiU'I-iHII    <".*  Ill" ������������������:���������<, ei.' '.'"rif.di c.  ' '';i<' -" -   <lief   ol    pi.li.'o   says   he  . el .a'., to -ei -i!  Iiei'-'aic vuiie po-uts tor uili'iii ni".". ,.  .       ,  1 I-.'!-.' I' -il       !,i ii .ju.i  to conMilei:    c .          ,,.,.. .  ���������,,         . .   - ,         ,                         ,  ,. -Iii ("A-.I.    (a- >:'���������'  J he white laundry  p-._\ -*   .t   ueh'.eiv  boy u dollar a day, ami k-ep,   a   li-.r-e ^;-,, f^t;...,;(^-  ������������������������������������,-;   ih-.-i   ,-   i.i.e     i  and wagon, call, tor your h.undn   ami iAii|ili.,. (,   (i(il.   ���������.-   ,,,..   -,���������.,i   s..i.,!av  de^e.sit.  without fMi.i_clia.gr. ^hitiU  1|iliiiM!Ii;i. K,,.ni���������., .:!,., .,..,.   itl ^lili.-,.,,,.,   ha m.., good, u -II I ra :���������!.' I  ^.,u cairy it to the Ci.-..i im.ii   }���������"���������������_..���������,  lillV, , ,,��������� ... ,���������, s.md.iv ...i bi-������-..v n-������ ., .,.,,���������   ,..-.���������   I,.r   ,h vciA-o  ������.,., vice  self, and  go   alter   ,L   u hen   tney   .-,1 ,'   Sii||,;v.,.: (,r,, ,(,,!:)!v ,',,���������   K.s^Ji^h '!'���������'������'  ihr i:*<-..,1  police ���������V.U e. s  ������l,������������������..|,  you it will be (lone. |,:;,.1; ,���������,.    m ..i,!:   U'. n-re--u v   in    hi*- ������.'��������� d������-:  - :���������. :������������������;     A ��������� a  ma t le,- of l';.e,  ,;,,  I lie white laundry iie\cr lo ,o>  ir.iel: , ,      "     ~   ' | m--, -,.,,,  r lep.-i-ici do/-.-, more go mI ile-  of VOlir  goOfUi   if    liievdn,     lle-y     lliiliO'        ' ' ' Iff'i.e     ,-     i':     iH','1-'   ������I,IV     ill     till'     \(,-||'  good Ihelo.s.                "                   '                  '      it n.iy be-ifj...lliiilf.,:ii n mu-l ,...,.    ,,,,   ,. , ���������,.,,_��������� ,,.,,���������,;,;,,, ,lfi ., v]iy ,,,..   j  "if      u,||      lose      the      Chinamai.'- j !i' '������������������    Imii'i I.-*-" -':>v   -'"''P  in"''  ihnr, |,.r*i;,,.  !'',.-,,.,  i,:.t   |iMJ  puhlie does   i".(   \  healhein.^i elieclc,   he   slupidlv   -hakes ! Ii\ ing.    Tiiey ������ .li hv������-a ������-. .-ek on   v. hai | ri-���������   a   rel,-   i ncogui/.e   Hie   obli-at ion. ���������  hit.   pigtail, and   say*:    ui.cot.i-ci ncf!l\ :; it eo-t*, y-m f-.i one go'������-l. -'|uai .���������  med, Oimi'ia \we.   k  " Xo'checkOf,  no Wfishee.'                      '     'ami limy   uiil   alw,i:,-   get    pler.lv   of ���������-  White   liuudrvmcu   in   ll.i, cily of i ,.-.:-l  ������!,,,���������!.������ hiu-   l;nm.!.i(- do  ,ml ' ^^    ^"^ H^   .,���������,.,,    ������������������.  monlhly   pnin'-ut-   giu-   e.edii    I..mi > fio.l (>.-i. ���������^���������'���������Ji -'' ';!''"'   yum-duiy {r..;,r, v-',..,,..p.^f,'��������� i,,,",',,! l(.r(.li(.lM,:,  mouth to month   fur   tho   con-, eui.-uef | v. m I. il ;, o'i u di, hui   o-  a-   p,u l u ul,.r ^ (.0ll|!illll,,.  ,��������� ,,..,  uii*,. n,,- iiil'oriii,-,in,!i  nf their (.".islomei >   nen"*,-il.iliiig  mil'ii ��������� .ibi. il  .\!iiielh'   t!"li!e.   ului!'   (ovei ' }]t  t _, j|,0 .,,������������������ ..j.,,*,,,.  book-keeping.  incorporated by act of Tai iiainent lSbo.  !iH,.\i) Oi'i'ICI' - - MONTREAL  \V'X. Mo [/--.in idAC!';.!:!i..!i-.x. i're-.       S. 11. Ewixg, Vice-J'res.  .).\:;;:.-. i^i.i.io'i', (Jeneral Manager  r.-\m i:s.' catital    -      - - $2,170,000  i\!'..s;'M\\ !:..   ,      -        _-___-  _     - -        1,850,000  i'eaei'il I'ai.l :n ; ii,; aitvi Iraii.-.u !c 1.    1ii!cit*'1 a!l,j'\M;il on clej.o.-its at cnrrenl. ralu-1.  J. 0. MOLSfJN, -H^nRsrer. '- REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  i y..hi body ai-   \-..i-hed. ..-j-'ataiffiboui |      *-f;i,������-.   .fin ,<���������;   i,,   mil:, '   icplicd    III"  The Ciiin-iiu *n t ;s 1:*' *** no iiu-li  i roubh* j wb". ������������������ I '.:*������������������ !ne,,(   you   ea'   t onie-.   iVom. J   spol-e.-iuan t I' lhe coniniillei  oi  ��������� r:sk.      ile   Wfi'i!-.   hi*, money l.efore ' A lady'*, <i d.itv g.iiim'iil oi fine ie -.'tin e  lis   parcj-l    -autJ  what'*,    may   look    puii-hed    .ind    (lean    and  lieanliful    wln-n   it   come-;    ftmii    (lie  he h-uifl*! over  more, he geli it.  Thtieaib   nLu  iii-iu;.    pu'jr  ttonnib   Chiu-i-i- l-unulry. .d"i"i it In1--- |idn   in  .t  , "i hen   il   wa-'ii't   my   uil'.*  ynii   pi'"  gei:(!(.|iien,"   he    rejoined,   willi   gnu  po--.illveiir.-s.   "It v.-iia somebody H---  ���������Chieiigo 'I'llhtuie.  Now and 1 hen  There i uiii"-a I ini" now and I hen v. hen every uenl lem.iii feel*, (be need of an  "M-epi loui.llv !-l\ii'-!i and v. >'ll-pu!-! o_uel her suit of chillies. The occasion  lo.-iv In- a 'a eihiiiiir. ,-i ri'i'e;-)! ion, a journey or .some ot her iinporlant  f.i'-i liosi. 'ili.il i*. ihe lime In avoid a chance fit. Thai, is the time  ah'!'." ;i!l ot !i er*-. ! o give 1 in* oi d'*r io me.  !    R. S. WILSON, The Tailor.  ���������tr -i t /n^r-v-^Tip'J THETKOOTBNATi MAIL.
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' Unr.vijis' a .SjmiiuhIi Kl-Rg.
Strange and almost weird is the'cere-
inoninl which .'icconipanies the .burial
of ftpum'sh kings. The pantheon, or
royal tomb, i.s at the palace of the
' Escurial, situated 0,000 feet above the
level of the sea and some distance
from the capital. Only kings, queens,
aiul mothers of kings arc buried there,
the collins of the kings lying on oue
side, those of the queens on the other.'
After lying in'stale for several days
in the tlironeroom- in Madrid an cnor-,
nious procession is formed, accompanying the body to the iEscurial. A halt
is made ou the way, and1 the corpse
rests there for one night.
In the morning- tho lord high chamberlain stands at the side of the eollin
and says in loud tone's, "Is your mnjes-
1y plejiscd to proceed on your journey V Afler a short silence the procession moves on and winds up to tho
grand - portal of tho 'palace. These
doors arc never, opened except to admit a royal personage, dead or alive.
When the casket containing the , remains is at last placed in the vault,
""tlie chamberlain unlocks'it and, kneeling ��� down, calls with a loud voice:
"Sonor! Senor! Senor!" '
Afler a solemn pause he cries again:
' "Jlis majesty does not reply. Thou it
is true, the kin,!,' is dead:"' j
He, then locks the eollin. gives the'
key'lo-tho prior aiul, taking his staff
of office, breaks it iu piecCs and fling.-"-5
llicm nt the casket. Thchuoniing of
the guns and lhe tolling' of bells announce to the nation that the king has
gone to his tiual ivsting place.
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One of them  said:  "i7ood  !iio:i:ii:g.
Tat!   Did you hear the devil is ileadV"
The   Irishman  put   liis   hand   iu   his
pocket'and gave eac-h a copper.
Tliey   asked   what   this   was  for,  to
wliich ho replied:
��� " "J'is always :i custom iu ould Ireland, when the father is dead, to give
something lo the poor urph.-uisi''
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A fewc days ago a well known Washington lady, being unexpectedly bereft
'  of  her   kitchen  assistance,  advertised
for a  colored  woman capable*  of performing general housework.
The first caller in response'to tho ad-
.vcrliscment was a mulatto damsel, bedecked wilh ribbon aud finery. From
licr airs and graces sho might have
been a graduate of a'seminary. She
��� announced that she had noticed the advertisement nnd was 'desirous of securing employment. ��
"Are you a good cook?" inquired, the
lady of the house.
,"Xo, indeed. I don't cook," was the
reply. ���
"Are you a good washer and ironer?"-
was ihe- next query.
"I "wouldn't do washing and ironing;
it's too" hard  ou the bauds," declared
"the caller.
"Can yon sweep?" the housewife then
wanted, to know.       '        '
"No," was the answer, and it was a
positive ono. 'Tin not strong cuough
for thai.''
"Well, in the name of goodness,1 what
cati you do'.'"' said the, lady of the
house, exasperated. The placid reply
was:
"I dusts.',
Toi:iii*y'u   I.ti'icli.
Uncle (who left lii��.-ni'phi".v "refreshing")���Well, Tommy,, you see I'm back.
Are you readyV What have I to pay,
miss? '
Waitress���Three 'buns, four spoil ire
cakes, two sandwiches, one jelly, live
tarts and���
Uncle���Good gracious, boy! Arc vou
not ill?
Tommy���No.    uncle. t hut    I'm
thirsty.���London 'Tit-Hits.
V:ii*.ilj- anil Curiosity.
, Vanity seems to spring eternal in the
masculine bri^vit. and tlie less it, has to
feed; upon the more it tlirives apparently.
' The otiier day a tramp of hiidi degree
in vagrancy s'topped before the window of a house at which two young
women were standing. lie was tattered'and' torn and melancholy looking
to such an, extent'' that he aroused a
feeling of,deep sympathy in the hearts
of the maidens, who looked down upon
him as he stood gazing intently at some
object he hold in liis hand.'1  ,
"I' wonder whatMio ' has," said the
.sentimental ono of the two as she peered down on him. "A lock of some woman's hair, I shouldn't wonder."
'"More likely a coin he's found; lie,
looks pleased," rejoined tlie practical
ono seollingly as she maneuvered for
a,position that would reveal the object'
to her. ' '
Hut it was neither, tliey discovered.
-It was'just a T��it of looking'glass, in
which the man was surveyimr his features with ,i satisfied air. that told of
his-entire contentment with his very
rugged,physiognomy.
Which shows, as was said at the beginning of this story, that vanity
springs eternal in the masculine breast
Justus curiosity does in the feminine.���
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Negroes   sometimes   express   themselves as  felicitously as do the  Irish.
Here is  a. case copied  from a  Texas
paper.    Some  time ago oue of Texas'
widely known statesmen,  who is now
dead,'was  passing  along  a  sli;eet  in
Dallas', when an old colored man. who
had once belonged to him, approached,
took  off, his  hat aud   passed  a   hand
over his white wool as he asked:
"Marster. gin do old man ii>0 ceuts."
,'Dau. you are a robber."
."HowV" asked the astonished darky;
opening his eyes, around wliich rough
shod age had walked.   ,
"Didn't you see me put my hat>d in
my pocket?"
"Yes, sab."
"Well, you old rascal, you rob 1110 of
the pleasure of giving you money without being asked."
,��� The old "man received a dollar. Bowing almost to the ground, while tears
came out and coursed through the aged
prints around his eyes, he,replied:
"Mitrster, wid. wid such a heart as
you hub and wid Abraham and Isaac
and do Lord on your side, I don't, seo
what can keep you out of heaven."
A  I<>feml  In   KeeH.
It happened in tlie early days of,Australian history when bushrnnging was
common. '
A gentleman was ridiug'along a lonely ctrack through, the bush when he
heard loud cries ,1'or help proceeding
from a neighboring grove. Arriving at
the spot whence 'proceeded the' cries,
he was surprised and shocked, to Iind a
man securely tied to a tree.
"What is the matter bore?" he asked.
,_"Oh, sir," replied the poor fellow,
"I'm so glad you have come! A few
hours ago I- was stuck up by biishran*,
gers, who rilled my pockets, aud. after
stealing-everything I had except a bundle of notes iii my inside breast pocket,
which , they fortunately overlooked,
bound me to this tree and decamped."
"Tho    scoundrels!"     ejaculated'   Ihe
newcomer.    "Took everything you had
except a bundle of notes iu'votir inside
pocket, eh?"
-   "Yes, sir."
��� "The villains! And ihetrthey tied you
60 tightly that you cannot escape?"
"Yes, sir."    -
"Then I'll take the notes the other
fellows left!" And he did.���London
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No other iininu'.l has been more modified hy civilization and none reverts
more quickly to the orh'inal wild type
than the hog. Three generations of
running wild suHieo lo turn lhe .smooth,
round, short snouted razorback or
hazel splitter, thin. lank, leggy, lop-
eareih sharp snouted an Ishmael in
bristles, miming like a deer, if running
be possible, fighting a.s only'a wild hog
can, fight when liattlc is imperative.
The tusks, winch have been half obliterated in the .process of civilization,
get hack size and slrenyth. At a year
old they are formidable, at li. murderous; lit 3 or u. more deadly than a
sword. Tliey afford a certain index
of age up to (! years, but are commonly broken in fights long before that
time. Wild hoars are very ill tempered and. when worsted iu fighting, often
revenge themselves by ripping the
hark from trees as high as they can
reach.
KnibarrnsalliR-.
Wheti-the new minister, a handsome
find unmarried man. made his first pastoral call at the Kosdicks', he took little Anna up in his arms and tried to
kiss her. But the child refused to he
kissed. She struggled loose and ran
off into the next room, where her mother was putting a few finishing touches
to her adornment before going Into the
parlor to greet the clergyman.
".Mamma," the little girl Will.spci'ed.
"the man in the parlol* wanted me tc>
kiss hilli."    , "
"Well," replied mnininn. "why didn't-
you let IiimV   I would if I wore you."
Thereupon little Anna ran back into
the parlor, and the minister asked:
"Well, little lady, won't you kiss me
now?"
"Xo, I won't," replied Anna promptly, "but mamma says she will!"���Harper's Bazar.
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Tlie BiiikIIc  Kicked.
A comical story is told of an English
nobleman who is shortsighted. In a
railroad train, while he was sitting
next to a very stout old woman, friend
on the next seat accosted him. "Wait
a minute^'_said liis lordship. "I'll put
this bundle of rags in the rack and you
can sit here." And to,the astonishment
and horror of the gigantic female he
caught her round the waist before he
realized his mistake.
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receives a salary of i?S a day," read
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"Sho must sell a good many," commented Mrs. Wintergreen. "Hut 1
shouldn't have thought there was such
a demand for Hint soft cf a buieau,"���
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VA.N'UUL'Vi:]!,   u. u. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  &^&-^&^&^&^&^&>������P-*>^&^&^&  .9  9.  9.  tf  .9  raptiic  ppfies j  $  <s  $  :t"' ' -        S  ������       We  have.,just  opened a large -g,  ft   shipment of ', ' |'  f(c      ��������� - $  * Cameras,, *  j I  $ : Kodaks, =|  ������ ' Chemicals, $  }(<: '                                  if  ^ plates, lilras and  everylhing're- }e}  ���������V. quired  for,,the  amateur   photo- .9  f graphs.     Gall   ancl   t-ee    tln-in. |'  rf Everything< new .and up to dale }������  .9 at the   '             '-                                 k  I CanadaDpiig&BookGo I  ff- ���������                                                   '     , #  3? '       Revelstoke Station.      ��������� .9.  it-' .      .                          ���������= -������������������ H-  ,V '.  ,                                "        ��������� ������  ^'���������^rSi'-k-rS'-'^rft'^- ������>' fc'r Fl'&s-fcrfcV- S*'*ir95 ii ft skfr  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  M. Grady, is reghsLcred at the Central.  Miss Lemon left. TucMlny evening foi  the coii������t." ��������� ������������������  ���������  Gold Commissioner Coursicr left,   for  the ,-otith Wedueyd.-iy morning.   ���������  ' Rifle Shooting1.  The following weie tlie .scores in.-ide  at the' prize rifle shr.oL of Xn. ~)  'Company, It. I'd. U. lieid on Hat.unlay  .'ittei'iioon ; distance* 200 and ."/JO yards,  highest po-sbihle 70:-'-  Corpoial 11. (iordon 1!J  Private I,. A. Fiet/. 11  "     ",      -J. Out licit .37  Serglf. K. I). .Johnson ',>'.>  Private II. A. Skene ',]')  ,    "      '.1. 15. Taylor 2')  "       J). McDonald *-     2f)        '    ,  JJ. Temple 2U  Ca|il.,T. li. L. Tayloi 27  '     L'rivate 10. Wide:sun 2(i  "       ,1. S.ivagii ,      2'5  H. FlindL 21      ,   '    ,  "   , ��������� 11. Mos-crop Iii  li. XV. B. Paget,     lo  Pi-ival e fci. Law runt-is 1! '  Any men who missed last Saturday  can have their extra shots on any othei  day when a prize thoot is held and so  have a chance of getting a plucv. in the  prize lit.t.  *--  Next prize shout will he held on  Saturday next at 2 pi in.  George T.  Newman,' of  Arrowhead,  is in town today. ,  Miss Kdgiii   lias   returned  from   her  holiday vhit to Kandoop*.  The Legislative ��������� Assembly  (Continued from I'.-ige'i.)  Hon.   Mr.   Diinsiiitiir   then   ini.ide   a  short sp(,'(-cl". in which he congraluhded'  tho'inover ami   beconder of  the   reply  upon their  brilliant 'eU'orcs 'and   then  proceeded to   give   the   house   a   short.  explanation regarding himself and   his-  irovei nnii'iil.    Al'lei the results of  the  late,  ele.i-lion   he had, been   most   un-  exneciedh'called upon  to  as������iune lhe  i i ,  respons-ihilitier*.   of   office. 'Of  this  he  hud nevei hoped,nor even desired, and  it was only the peculiar state of alfnirs  'generally that led  him  to' accept and  to  atleiii|it to   form   a   iniuisli-y.    In,  this he had been  snece-isfui,   and   thai  in f.n exceedingly short lime.  Iiedid not -.vi-h.lo I econii; a political  ](.'.-idt''i,thut lie did \yish one thing, and  that was, to see tho piovince thrive.  Ho wanted, too. to "sec public a Hairs.  ad-niniirLered in a ��������� businesslike, way  iind Imped that all of. the- inemhoi-s* of  the liousc-who wanted, idl'.iirs quietly  air.l M.-ibly adiiiinislered would give  hi iu their aid and'suppprt.    , ���������    ,  11,  was  said   that   lln.-*   was   the  old  Turner   government  over  again,   and  he wa-. gl.id to hear il,  for   the  Ttu;ner,  governnie'nl had  done ' more,   for   the  provinc-f- than unv other.  The motion   was  then   pnl   and   carried.   :  '    . I     j'lesjnt.ili.'i! of nelitions and r.oliilPS  I i* '  Norman ilillier went down (oThoni-    oi'motion hi might   the .lav's  proceeds' on' ���������*. Landing Wednesday motiiiiig.       i ing-. to .-; ilo-e.  TL'1-..-U'A'  Miss Wbifworlh lelm-ned Wednesday  evening from Tioiit   I-ake.  chagrin of the lighting member. '  Tin4 businesi of chief interest was lhe  eni'-rirency s-uppij i'or $1.7),0tK) to pio-  vide for th.e paymentof salaries, uigent,  public w.'H \P nnd ft her necessaiy  services fur the iinancial year ending  30th June IWl.  Of the goveinmenf inea.sures the  small debt-* con it amending acl, and  tlie acts amending the evidence act,  tlie notaries piddic ;icl, and the liability of trustee:-, art, were all advanced a  stage'or two lowaids a place in the  staiulc.hniil;. All of theni had been up  la-it Few.Mon and as ji rule i'idlow the  phrasing of Ihe Ontario laws.  Jn addition tu th.-so (he nllomey-  geiiernl inl rod need bills amending the  supi cine coin t and jurors acts, both of  wliich were also r,p Just. lime. Tlie,  liquor lieen*-;.- bill, the inusL iinjKirtant'  of any yet, bron.irht down, .was hiid  nver,''it having la en in the member's  li.-inds but'for one dtiy.  The private bills have nearly all been  now presented.  J ' Goods at Your Own Price.    %  f|, 25 Per Cent Rechietiop on-���������������s3s^> <i>  ������^> /' ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water f^������  t$fo" Filters, Screen  Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal ^  4,    ,     ' , Oil Stoves.        l Qi> , "       ���������  4,  c| All First, Quality Goods. ", Make a Note Of It. <|>  I       ��������� w: m."# Lawrence, ;    \,;|  ^ HARDWARE       -'    . STOVES _     -       TINWARE.      '  fa  TEACHER VVANTKD  l'\ii- Coi!ii']ilix St-hciil, Li'ly ViMifcrre.l, holding  ci-rliii-j-iic. , Duties U> couiiiii'Iko <^\ii|r. JlSlli.  1!JJ'). -.-ilni-j- t.Vi per iiiuntli. Apply hlatinj;'  q-.iiililiLiit tuns to  ���������   ' i.'W. VAWAlMAi,        .  ���������  ' ,     ' h'cii-cU.i-y-'J're'-i^iii-C'i',  CoiiiJialiN, R ('. ''  ^;w  Kootenay Loclg-o  o. t5 A.F. & A.M.  -rv.^i>  * , *   'J'lu'i-'t'fj-iil.-ii-niuclin'jrs  ire lickl in the Jbis-  cAA..X-'^.\\   jfss        onii; 'IVlliplc. Uoiirnc  ^^J^^^'-^f^^-11'*-'!,  011   the    third  '^^S^i^mhA'U^^S,\1 o nd ii y    in   oa<di  ^^^^P/>^~^SxP^^nu,nih   ni,   S  11.   in.  ������=3-^^^^������^~    Visitiii},'   Iji-utlii-cn  ���������=i---vcr^=,-suya��������� cordially welcomed.  31. J. PRATT  SiiCHCTAiiY.  .],   Laughton," of" bVi-guson,   was   in  "town for a couple days this week'.'  Root beer extract both in tablets and  in liquid form," at tho Canada.   Drug  .."c  -JJook (Jo.  ���������    .Mrs. T. \V. Grahanie, " ol   Thomson's  Ijiinding, spent Wednesday in   town.  Furnished room--, to lei. '.Apply, lo  .'J.-O. Ilulchison, opposite S.ilv.ilion  A1 toy harracUs. c. . o  R3V3Ii3TO:������:S Z.9DGI3,.". O. O. &., No; 25.  ,.--, ,A\\ r-f. Rcrrutai*niectin^-s .irc held  .Z&P^P&p&A in< 6i3<J follows* mill every  AA^PP.^^A^. 'j'lnirsilny -iiifdilf nl, eight  -j'.L^^-j.xr^S-.V^o'oliK.-k., Vii-itint,' bi'OLhcrs  '"���������^������������������^i-^"-^^-   coi'diixlly welcomed.  X. T. KDW'ARL'S. X.G.       J. A. STOXK, Sue.  SELKISSsI I.D-E>a3, ICO. 12, Z. O. 0. F.  '_������-r?r=~*,.^    . JNIects ijvor.v Tuesday  zf^WP'    '"i^fSis^    evening in Oddfi-llowb'  -YA< ~#7r3g^     cvcillllff II! IJlUllollOWb  /y      v)    ' J^/^^Klhiir   ill    b   o'clock.  (/(      jSr-^S^Bp'<S^^   \)VisiLiiif; brcthi-en (Jor-  VJs<S-f q     "sQ������s������'(li:i,i!.v  invited. Lo  al,-  teii'l.  j:. TrAXiiUitv, x. g.    '   -\v. mathik. s:-.c.  G-RBAT CLEARING- SALS AT COST .PRICE  FOR CASH ONLY  .-Flour, Wheat, Shorts, Bran,  Family Groceries & Farm "Produce. \  ttzz '���������&=:'2*~'z���������!r-su���������"-���������'--2rT^'i ' '  ., Savage Bros;,'Second Street.  1 3  M  tj  FIRE &, LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,  ^^^sNOTARIES'. PUBLIC, ETC.  'FIRST ' STREET,   REVELSTOKE.   :'      ,  DRESS  EL5  L������, L������-ci,7TiS������  Luid Oiiestcrfiuld wti-s uncluuliledly 'rij^hL wliuu hc'-diic-larod hia  bcliuf-lluil most people formed sumo opiilibu uf ;i,man's soa.se and  cliarucler from his dvuss. '.riio. iucliii.-ilioii lo dress we'll is bliowri  by tli������ nuu'ibc-r whu come hereto bo clothed. They cumo here  bi-'cuuse ..f-uur alu'liU' to j'ivo them 'the eonoct .-md proper .garments. (, They get tbo best fjiiulitics ; the b't-dt I riiiunin^.s ��������� the  besjt work ;,li'.c host fit lluit'.s (u'bh hiid.    They get cxc-lusivciicss.  s^X*  SisL-2~  ^������������-.  ..���������s  COUST m-jC. BEGBIE  J  i     j 'i*p"^"f~ ^JZ-Vl-g./i     S.MOClf*1 HI 1110   UllCUCHOWB  \ ^rk{^M^M>\ I-11'1-11 on Lllc *ccmd ai,d'  \i^^:"' ���������"vM&'ja/ fourth-Mondriyu of each  \f%0'LB.Cr&&ro month.   Visiting broih-  "^ ; *P*  ������ rou   iiivilod   to .attend.'  15. R. ATKINS,  c. ii.  C. V,\ M1TCHKLL,  11. S.  t   Gold ilar!50 Lcclgc,'  K. of P., No. 20,  Visilinjj  Knights in-  '                                                                                                                  ' V^T^V    .������,<-  Qj'7'<   I   ,-fjT IO,l,l*^j        ^^IIIqIIL^     in-  Tho cnmpiiJS party .-it H.-unsey'*, pai-k j     Tu.'-d.-iv'. se.-simi  of  th.;   ho;i--o   w.u< J|l%ti^tC ViCed'  will hi-e.-.I: r.uup tonuirrou- and   r.-tuin j m;���������,.l.(1 ,,y :i ^.,���������^ tU.,hv OM thl.   prt,.t j t/^j^0^ * J' W' CROSS, M.IX.  to, town.                                                l           i ni tin* UH-iiih. rs io cret Viinvn   lo woik. i V^$/ c    '    w- ^"TNSOR,  ���������             .             ! ...  -<-              .   L       '"-,,      .             -,     1 '         \^W *'                K. okI:.-SrS.  I  tci-v iv.'ni into eouumtU'i- to  cmiMdt-i  I ���������    yS&  vs1*?  Itiiin'ombcr jo������ <-''';��������� S'*t every! hmc; in [ i,il:-. ;is r.*nd:iy ^ uuunh.-ri u-*..i.i!ly 'do j ^  ,    photogi'iiphic sooil-   ;>.!i(l   t-heuiiciib  fit j it^ei. .;.,. ^i,^.;, ,]' (\u ^.^i���������n.-il .-ill.iw- j ���������=rr=^=r==.���������_. - _. --���������  Oanndii Drug & Biyik Co. * " ������,ice i-dm.-hn-������������������l-Mp^-d.  .-mil '������..!.���������   who j     \      II. IIO������LDT(J!I  :b. . ��������� GiRiESSJMiAyi^r,  MoKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  i-.^f*  Our Assortment of  ^    CARPETS,  '' wftM' - LINOLEUMS," '   '  .  V. ^gS8������S     " "~STRAW MATTINGS  1  JPiL ";   ' VVAL-L PAPERS.   '  ������a * iQp^^M:^i^-i    DRAPFRY  finnh*5  ^i}P-l$$0m^A "Etc- is <i,c la'S^ ''n the-Wesl.  J������    -"-���������''v.iiTr.r. , ���������   Samples Free on Request.  r   '������a  I    'IJ  ipies i-rec on Req  Victoria  >���������  '���������   did mil   k:i';'.v   would   t'.uiey   th.'V ' li.-.cl . -J-1-���������  P. l.amonl.   oil  tlio C'.iiickI.i   Dmir  -.-c    ,,.,...   (T..;j;s!ltr     :!,lV,i    f,.r   "wet-k*-..   m>J   k  Jiook Co., X.4m.ii. wa.*-  in  "town   \W-d- '*.n,,j0tj,:^- ,y,d toe hu-ijie***.' of Ihe hmin- i  A.\'.VI.YT!C.\!f  Cill!.JIIST   AX!)  A.SSATiiU.  nes-daw  lioj.il Kclionl iii'Mines. I.oiiduii.,  m-.'cc. (1.        i'i    Jact    '--I''    diiIc-     paiicr !     M'vcis ;. .jiii*-.ll. Alorl'i Wiii-Ks, bu-.m-i'ii.    .- . ���������, , ��������� 1    ��������� 1 I     rioM'ii'o.-ii'  vmi--.   Glii'jf   C'liumi'-it   lo  \*. i^;m  : ttini;.!   n-iTi' 'i-.i-eo   ei".iieu   1:1   remark- | fo.il .ind Iron Co.. I'a'.i;.  T. D.   Pii-kard    returneil    Uii->   v.i'ci. 1 .',1.1..   Xnt-r;    si-"   h;ul    1.0! ' Hon      Mr i     '-.if- C'lio--ii--i a-id A^-.\yov. JI.ill llhies-. Mil.  -     ,. ,   . . ,      t -ll,|>   -*ult-    '* "u    ���������'' "    ���������"���������    -,jl- |.     Ki-i..-*.- ili^riptioii   oC  a-^uy .md   miiilylic.il  lrom   doini,'  a--v.'*5-i!i.-m,   wcikon    m-     \; M (i:, ",..'sv:. -ome I !;n.* to i,-i:|)!'.*.*--- I he 1 ^.-.r1-: unaqrtai.cn.  iiivii'ni't iurf ''i tiii..  !!..'*.iil . 1      ���������      '. j*       .1 '!     f j.iint-. (>'x,-siiii!i.'<! na'l rpiiorlecl upon.  |jioj,l'i Liis ..1 tilt I;, sin. , , j, .^.^c.i: ht; :j .- ix-eii l'-'.n'my 1 he ^'.vern-       liKVKjjSTUKK. Ii. (.'. 1  '              , iiifit ?!i.(-<-" t in- tion-*.' met- th-it he is a 1 __' __   Paris Gieen .sure cure   for  tho--e  (It-I fac'ci Uj   he  if-i-Uon^d   with   and   that ; V--*-.- c    ,,,,,,.���������,,-;,  strut-live  wortn^  kept at   the  Canada i hi- fnih-vir.". aHhoiiKh -mali, is hUviij,' U^^1  lC  iU^Kli)'al  '    .,         f   r,     .    -,                                ' and   uiil   Ji'ivt*   -I'lof-   wciyht   m   tin*, f--*-  -..- '  U.-iij& 010; Co.                                , . ,1.U1K.1)!I   ,.r ii,,.  [)?|1|.|.,   TIih uovorn-I         ha������iptstkr������?. solicitous, etc.   _             ^ ,,'p,,; h ck it ..ii ^'i>d n.Um-i'<l!y'"i!i ���������(! '.��������� j O^n-H :   Moi.sonj|  IIavk   Block,   Ui-.vjjl-  C. U. Skene, ivturiicd I'rom Coiuapii:-*- m-ii ;. .onl .--ii.'*-1; illv ���������'. the remark', of 1 ^r        ,    , ../' ������'U   Wednesday   evening   ami   report-  i,hc ' li ��������� .. _-V s. 1mm-i 1-. ihei ���������- u..- .wid-mllv ' ;,',;' ] [   P\'\ ,���������,.,._ r>< c_. ..-,���������., siode. !>.. C  THE__  mKJW b-b ���������  %intt  VANCOUVER. '  IsATES    S2.50    PER    DAY.  if  Gt  r  . '. a t i'!i<ii'ii' v li. j.' 1 |ii'.:,il'- iii-* o-.j'O-it;:>���������). ' ,..'," ^  -.ainila-*-  ,      ^vii"ii ���������!)'��������� pi'-m'i-'i  :i.-i-   In   i^'.-.d   lln        '"    "'  mill there tinning out lari^e ijr.;  fif h.mhr-i-. -l iii.iii!-,-  ' i>i.iMH! !.-i *-   fi-   -iiiiik.   '.Mi.     .__   !  Mi-:.u   !..ll<*d   ai i ri.i inn   ti>   \)'t-   f.u. 1  ..              ,       .                                           , ,          tll.lt  th.' cil-l'.'tl  WU- I.i 1 I'll-ll'.l   till'   op-         3  hevera.   cit.i7.en*.      are     a-km-- toe    ,���������,.,,���������,,. .,,.,* , |M-,   },,u!   . ,,,   )���������.,.,,   ,],,���������,.,    o =  ,-.;.,    r. c.  w. c^<-ss. :,i. \)  f. A. II.ik'. i:v,  I'.-.-i tfu-clu, J',. C.  } )l I - I I 11 I! ,   ������������������ ( i. ��������� i   ' 1 ! I -  question wliPrc ii I he lily   hand   the-e     ; |.,ij. Mi. Lln-i '^ ���������������������������-'! ������'i'.l I h.i t   thi-   u.i*-    .-f j;.'. K>r.  line evening*, fhai'il   do"-   n.������l   .-nlivi'ii     1 i-.-ht. .'mil I'm.. M..   Timi.ii    -mi   ih.n [  Ihe tnu-u wilh an   (.('d-inoal   ,.p-.i   air ' ������ l"l" "'���������;.'." ������ '- "  '/'!'���������  '���������?. ,h"   l";- ���������     O'U 0  ���������>.  [c (ha: cii "���������',  ;t   I....1   ���������   i-ii   -o   ...ill   h"  ��������� ['!.':. <vi\ i:.. ori'v JiC.u/ni  ���������>i"."i' ;:;���������.  1.' l!'if.l-, .\i,ii l.cii/.ic A 1 ci ii".  cuiieei t.  *-,i .\- : 1.1 oii]������������������( \ 1 'ii.    S 1 i iie ni.u 1 ���������-." - 1 tied  o'.i r out il the   ..j,p>'-i!i.'!i   in'dd   -.-;���������( 1  ... ,   1,   . 1    PP.    ,,,  .P.-    thi-ii  iin-i: ha  i h" e-nmiiil U  A nol hei- uiatchi'ii i-.iii'   h.'tv. ci'ii' ii!i>  hor-e lh.it ( 1.11-a tc   Iiilliiii-tn  (an   pio . '.\ ,.'>:*��������� i .-.p.'-"-'.  diici'aiul   ,\I,-ilhi".v   I'd I i|'ii'(,e'->   "il.ili", '1'In- n.io ol(.i.\  ���������!;���������-' .-I d "'.'������������������! ot:l ine -  -���������  L ii k."' for VJ'lUa -idc, i*-; hciiecai lauded.  Hr-VELSTOKE  Dl'JAJ.Klt  IX  Fancy Goods, Japanese and  Chinese   Novekies   and   Silk'  Goods, Bamboo -Work Rultan  Cli;iirs, and Crockery Ware,  A I.HO  ��������� I;i'Ln'is and Confectionery.  Opposite the Post Office,  Front St. RevelsLoko," B.C.  Your Pocket-book  may  Iju'low  bill, iiol.'uilvspo-, i(,, but,  U   your  clot In**,   iirc \l.abbv   lliaL  '      ,   solllchil, nobody wmits to know vou.  Lnihosoi- Clouts Tiiiloi- yMndo CIdI.Ik s  1-C]i..UV||   !!!!(!    ck'ill.wl   ill tfOOllsljlo.  t.ill or.-;oi!(l I'O.-tc-iii'cl.  amiicl   Needham, Douglas St.,  , KMab-isheil   I,'5 vein*.-,. ���������.*���������  Sli-icily L'nioii Liilioi^Shop.  Sc  6 6  eaiiiifiess  is nest to Godliness."  Iill-iii. ���������  ,'l   ii,''  h'^i-!���������:!'���������.!>'    V. a-    ind-!}  ...     .. ,      .    , , .      T ��������� !,| ('!���������.(-!!  I'V t lie I u"! 11  !���������!. lilhi-i-    Ti I-    Ya,' -  Mils  time til I.I I.f plan* III   I'd e;i|s<il,    ()!!   ,   (   '   ^ ^        "j1.,..,.   Ut-'l' l!   I  -'  vr r h r % ���������    ii h ii p y ii r* \i  con-, c '.      1 oi!'' a 1 i "i" i! i,-' i.i*   111 cm pi' .!  r.ahoi  I),iy(.S.*pt. :.| on a straight-   half-',,,   ",!,,r,v"   _\ \ t 01 un\ -<;, v.vi .1!   Kin-its.  mile com.-'-. Then; v. ill he a, real w.u m | ,uid I inie a''i--i  time   i!."  alt'"-)'..-   t" i (fcpti Pc x."*-^   Ta'    a4  linie   in   F.'i-uson   on   Labor   D.iv.    il '  lniillc.^.    AI In -t. In-v. ,-v.-i, he (It o'.s   ,, ;      r~t_Pp I '������&������>?  f I PSj.  1  |{..land ii. -.ii..lL-i-m-.ifh.-i-o; ih-   cah- ,     fvJSV:^/'     iil  Jj  I-"(������I������  there  h  no   hilch   in   arr.i n-enu'n!..-- , .^ Uu.\hl. IUP,P n^n-ud Ul\n\Aor :���������  !  miiiH*- a: os-e (���������'ih''"( <��������� ,i-.|i.ji    fiud,   v.lih  old-.     h.siidli d     lhe  Ka-le:  /  v  I unsiiip.i ���������zoned woid-, h,;;.r||i (| inc. s  , !ca.-]"r of t h" t ji|io-itii):i -n !-.' euly th.it 1 ;  ' thelfiJl'-i   v.. 1.-*   wiilm^   to  !h.f[   -ii'-ilci '    '  f'innr  \Jldb������  There will ho no rcfjul.ir drill of  ?*-'o.  Militia Orders.  uiifl-r t he crv of f''i(h r.'    I''o:i.*d.it   tiii-j  roiiii the l.clii'(>���������!��������������� [i-ilil iuaii awaited a >  -   ., ,,     ..     ., ,.    ,.    ,, imlhci'o;)eiiii -   and   i'omid   ii   ia   lhe  a(on:panvH-   M.    U.   imlil   fmliiei-    ,,,.,,, |(^ ,������������������. |,��������� c J.i ���������i,i 1-������������������lc-c-1 imi.    Taking ,  oidet.*--. ' I he floor on   Uii-   (|U'J-t ion,    he   --cole.I  Four more pi-i/.'-'-linols w ill   h"   held ! r.ipi.nii fi-\ iia.; for hi-   allempi   to   c!i-  i .1 ,      ,,        u .....  -i   .    :   lain an ill iillll t inn,  hill   t he eninmodoi''  diuinur   the   .sca-ou,     next     .1.1 urday       "'        ,-'   ,,   -,, ,,      -,,   ,, .,       ,   .  " J  I 1- a friend "'    lani,   .���������Ir.   ^Icl.ridc   aiid  heiiiK one of Ihein. j 1 haf< roiiI h-mam lakh.','   up   I lie tf.nmt-  'i'jio.'M'-o.v V.. L. Tays.on, hi,ae-fiin    imncl   111''   att.iih   to   lhe  Lieut.-Cf'onniiaudiiig,    iHiiuceiutnt:   ot    lhe   liott-e    and    ths.  y  ./  ^/adI/  a a  ft Highest Cash Prica Paid for  iKawriirsi-  If you want vour scavenger  work cione in a clean and  economical way send a  card to  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revel-stoke Station.  IKICATi-:  Oi' I-MI'KOVIOMKNTS.  x.rrj*!!':.  Ali.:o. Alice  Kraftioii.  l^(,ii.'iii'f',.-i   l-Tiiijj-. frown  Point.   Clio-ace*,!ei*.   Ln-t,   Cb.-uico " niiiien'.l  claim-,   -itii.Uu.l   in  lhe lii-vel-loKc iliniiiK  ..    lLu'.,'.*-:ow-<>;' SYi-,1 iGi(.fi']i.iy Di-lricl.  Where  l'j..-at,ud :   On Uruunil IJoy On*,in.  g            ^ fj       'i'-'A.r ueiii-c llsat   i. Willi.ui! A. I'.uut, nielli  rf jl    li.rl). TI. \Vii;i,ii. Ira* miiii-i-'-i i*ia*lfilirn!,c X(i. 15  g       -Ml -.liinil!!")! . .ii-.' r\.i'ii*.n' .1  by nit; a-  H    !!7b.{. I'"rank y<>iint,\ free  iiiinur'- ccriilialc So.  y -(mil a*, tlitv ari'i'M-. Pi-unibl rot urns a-,-  5j I H JI7-*"i..J. li. Ifoarn. froo uiii.ur's . ���������crl.i fitrutc Xo  a   -no.I.   Priii-. ,!!���������.��������� inn   lii^li   lo w.'iriunt, \\    !> 4.'.i'l!i. j.:tui'..l, siviy day-; I'rciii 1 licd.itc bevcof,  i-i   i,..1.1;.  - .- -     - ..... .j         .. . _  OPK  -1111,1.    i-.iii,   ,ii-i. tun   iii^ii    iu   *iv;iriniii, r;  lii.liliii^ ^oixls   f.,r ,-itiy l"ii;rt!i   of   limp. \}  5J   You   #li'.;ii'l kccji   l-ostc I on   tlicrotui-i!*! 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