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Kootenay Mail Jun 30, 1894

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 '\\/yA ���������������������������  1     '*   ',  *       -i  a V  Ut,. t  .'  -   -1.    '-���������*. -.-- '-v- *-t1  * *������   '      ;- ���������-'   ,**l  *,'*     -    ,^,.";   .   &   \  f      *���������-������������������ <.-    - *C    - ���������������** W.^1  Vol. 1.���������No. 12.  KEVELSTOKE/ WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., JUKE 30, 1894  $2.00 a Year.  To Miners and Prospectors.  It is our desire to have thc'*M viLknoun far  nnd wide as a reli.iljU- A 1 mining i>;iper. To  this end we (i>-k'tlic hdp of r"ll jiv<is]*.;cturs and  mining men who have Ihc interest ofitlir* Norl h  Hiding of West Kootoiuiy at heart. It is in  your power to sive us \ery material holp by  sending in scraps of mining nows which would  ' otherwise remain unpublished. Kvery item, no  mat tit how trivial iL may ajjiicnr to you, will bo  acceptable. If you have no pen, write with .1  pencil; if no paper, ju-.l tick il flown on a piece  of birch hark. If you are out of -.tonil>s -Bend it  all tliesnme. we'll attend lo th.it. Never mind  gnminiutual compositions, flowing language or  elegant handwriting, -just .send us the facts-;  we 11 do tlie rest. We ask only one thin:  not exaggerate.  Do  Kootenay Lodg-o  o - "   No. 15 A.F.& A. M.  ily *   , '  *   Tho regular meetings  are held in t he Muy  oiiioTeinplcHourne's  r,Il,iIJ,   on   the   third  '*!^^5a������d!flE^Sp3M,oi;������lay   in   each  *=^Ft^snl;^3s.^~    vii-itim;   brethren^  cordially ivek'onud.  C. H. TKJIPLK. Sfchct.miy.  A. H. 'H.OcLDIOH,  , &        ,  OF SWANSEA AND V/IGAfo,  Analytical Chemist and Assaycn,  .   , ���������     "    REVELSTOKE,  B. C. ,  w. aTowiutt,-  MINING AND REAL*ESTATE EE.OKEK,  '   NELSON, B.,C.     ,  Lardeau & Siocan Prospects Wanted.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS^V  CO LOTTO'S���������-���������aaa^-s  .. >ts������������������.���������RESTAURANT.  r               **^-, '  .  *" \   S. BIOKERTON,  BOOT;AND SHOEMAKER  ���������    ,      REVELSTOKE. B.C.  Front,.Street. Lower Town ; Mackenzie  Street, Station.  DEWDNEY. ���������  CAXADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA:  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God. of  tlio United Kingdom of Great Britain  and Ireland. Qukicn, Defendei1 of the  Faitli, -Src, Arc, -fcc.  To all fo ichoin these Presents shall come  .���������GliKICTJJsG.       '   "  ��������� .A PROCLAMATION.  Tmcononic   Davie, \ "TTTirEHHAS,  Attorney-General.    I     VV     it is advisable to estahlUh  (he  following poll-  r . '  ing places, in the several Electoral  Districts hereinafter named.  ' NOW KNOW YE���������thnt by virl ire of  the authority conlainedin the " Klec-  lioh Regulation Act," the. Lieutenant-  Governor in Council declares that the  following polling places shall he, and  (hey are hereby, established for iho  several, Electoral Districts, the. names  of which arc set opposite such polling  places respectively, that is to say :���������  Kl.lVjI'O'tAL  DlSTKIl.T.  Gojtox:-���������  OV     ClIILLI-  I'OLUNli     I'I.ACI"<-i.  C omox A\ harr.  T  -       ��������� ' 'J  1,111011.  Huhool-hoiiic, llcnninn Island.  ��������� '" ITornhy  Vnhlen 1-l.iiid.,  Cork"* ]-liiinI.  Alert Hay.  ���������i  GUY   BARSER,  WATCKMAKElt AND JEWELLER. ' *  Repairing Neatly & Promptly Executed.'  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  BUILDER.    *,'    :,  ��������� y>W,ill Jigure-.on all kinds of  'Buildings'; all kinds of House*  Store and Office Furniture repaired'' or made to order; all  hndsypf -Sliopwork in my line  " neatly and promptly,executed by  skilled and experienced hand:  * CEORGE LAFORME'S PACK-TRAIN  will leave Revelstoke  FOR '   ���������  BIG BEND  EVERY - WEDNESDAY.:  -        "   "*- "    '  FURNITURE,  .  Doors, Sashes & Blinds.  R. HOWSON,  REVELSTOKE.  (Jo-wrcu.vx-Au'ticnxi���������  Cobble I un.      G  ���������    '     Miiol'lnirsoii*--.  ' Government Oilier, Duncan,     y  Chomaiiius. i        ,  i, School-lioii-o, Siiincniis.  Kivi-ct'**-, (.Jowieh.m Luke.  ',   Court House, Albcrni. , '  '' -      Uapt. Spring')-, store, Uclulut. '  ">Iii:^ni!->iiir.*-, .-lore, Clii>oi]uol.  EKQUDIAl.T--    ^ ,,  ��������� Buhool-hou'-e. E->qiiiinalt.  ^ i " Jluir'-?, Soolcc-  Ilotcl, Par.son's ISridgo.  ',    School-house, *Met(:lyisin.       '  1    K. GoT-don'.-, reKidonce,1 Otter l't.  ,   ���������        .1. Grievson's residence,'yan .hum.'  Noimi' Naxaimo��������� _jj   L .    Court Mouse, AVelliiiKton.     "<,,"*"==--"-s---  <   Sjc-hool-hoiihe, Xanocse.  " Kiigliblnnn.ir-s Klvcr.  South NAXAnro���������  Sehool-hoiihc,  , Gabriola Soutli.  Nanaimo River Bridge  j-Acro Lots.  Naxaijio ClTV���������  *������������������< Court irou.se, Nmiiiimo City.  NOKTII VlCTOBIA���������  Salt  COFFINS  CARRIED   IN  STOCK  ACIKNT KOH SIMRKU Sl'AVING MACIIlXnS.  General Blacksmith.  GEORGE    TERRYBERRY,  REVELSTOKE, B.C. '  Repairs to Wagons, &c.  Slioeing a Specialty.   -  ���������'-  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ROYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEAPEST route to tlie OLD COUNTRY.  Proposed Sailings from Jlontre.il.  AUi.\N   LINK.  Parisian* ��������� ���������...luiic -':i  JIo.nhoi.ian    "   :io  Nu.midian.,,  Inly  7  IJOMIN10X  LINK.  Oitnr.ON hmeil  Saiixia        "    WI  Laiiuaijok I uly   7  ItKAVKK   LINK.  Lakh .Sri'Kitiuit I uno -'7  Lakk WixNiiT.f! Inly   1  Laicj; Ill'KON     "    11  Cabin $������."*,S.V1. $(Vl. 571), ."?"-J) and upwaiils.  InterinediiiUi **.'l(l: SleoniKO $-'H.  Piis.-cn^ei'i. liekeLcd through  lo nil  parts ol'  Great Hrilain and Ireland, (mil at, -pceiiilly low  rules Io all parl.s of the Kunipeiui uoiitlnciK.  Apjily tonearest stoamsliiporr,iil\\'!i\ a^uut.to  I. T. BREWSTER. Agent, Rcvolstoko,  or to  LtoiiBltr Knelt. Gen.   raiseiif?or Agent.  A\'inni])(.'i{. '  , TOWN WHARF, REVELSTOKE,  Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m.  ��������� ���������������������������OU   -  Hall's   Landing*,   Thomson's   Landing-,  Hot Springs and Nitkusp.  , Court  Iloiise,   Vesuvius  l?uv  11%   ? * Sjpri'ni; Island.  Sehool-liousc, Bur^foyno Hay.  t ' " >'  i       Slayne Island.  ,        Hall, Pender 1-1.ind. o-  "W'ain'.s Hotel, North .Sa.uiieh.  South Vu toiua���������  Aijrieultur.il Hall, South Haanieh.  yLhool-house, Royal Oak.  Tolmie tjchool, Holcskin Road.  (    Sehool-hou-se, Cedar Tlill.  AyriculturalHall, Cadboro Bay Road  VlC'TOHIA  ClTV- -     ,  Philliaviuonic Hall, h'orl Street.  GAltlHOO���������  Williams Lake.  Soda Creek.  Mclnnes' Ilou.se, Alexandria.  .   '        QiieMiclleinoiitli. '  Li^hlniiiK Creek.  Government Oiliec. Forks Qaesnello.  '   Mouth of Keithley Crock.   '     1N  Court, Tiouse, Riehlield.  Ui-skie Creek.  Snowshoe Creek.  Harper Claim, Iloi'acflj- Kiver.  CASS1 \ R���������  Court ITousp, McDani'e Creek.  " Pea.sc Creek.  Port K-sinj>r(on.  jMetla.kahtla.  Fort Simpson.  Nans Harbour.  In\ernes- Cannery, Skeena Hiver.  Mnsjct. Queen Charlotte Island.  Skidegate, Queen Charlotte Inland.  Mast Kootknav-  Hoger's Pass. , '  Reaver.,  Donald.  Golden.    *,  Palliscr.  -���������:.��������� 1''i'-1<1-  W'inderniero.  "Was.!.        ���������  Fort'isTt:i!r*S.:-:ir^,r-J .  St. Knifeni llis.-ii.ii.    *     ".���������_  Noi.'Tii KiniNii, KdO'iiCNAV Wi-js'iv-  (ioverniiient Ulllee. KeVcl-Ioke.*  N.iku-p.     '  Illeeillewaet.*      . ,  Lardeau.  (������1 icier.  Trail Creek.  I.'ob-'.ill.  Fire Valley.    ,  Trout   Creek,   between   L'pper and  Lower Arrow Lake.  Sanderson's I lot Sprn,^-, Upper Arrow Like.  H.iir-'l.aiuliiirC.  Trout Lake.  liij,' Hend-  I'.une Creek.  Ilownie   "  I'-rcnch    "  Hou'i'ii Hiding.  Koothnay \\*ic.-.r���������  Conn lloii-e. Nelson.  Hohi'ol-iiou-o, lC.ii.lo.  Xisi* la live;.  Aiu->w>ilil.  CiisLoms llou-e, Kmiten.u R.mmi.'.ry  K\S'["   KlDING,   L) 1,1.(1(1 liT ���������  Court llou-e. Ciinioii.  Srlmol lion-,*, iloii.-.pai le,  i Philip Corinder'.s house, Hi^ Bar.,  Joseph S. Place's house, Do;? Creek.,  John Wright's house. 127-Mile Post.  Herman Otto Howes' house, Alkali  ,       Lake.  Wm^ Abel's house, 111-Mile Post.  West Riding, Lillooet���������  Court House, Lillooet.  William Lee's house, Pavilion.  ,    Hufcald AMcDonakl'K house, Watson  liar Creek.  '      .Alex. McEwen's house. Empire Val-  -,   '���������������- |     o  New AVest-mixsteh City���������  Court House. ,  Vancouver CJity��������� ,        c  2"(" Carral Street. f  WliSTJIlNSTER,     RIDING  WHACK���������      i i ,     ' j  School ironcc, Mt. Lehman.  ) .lolm MoLure',- hor.-e, Jlatsqui.  'J'tlMii Hall, Upiier Suiii.is. ���������  MeGilIi\ray  Sihoul  House,   Lower  , Suinas. ,   ���������     e  .    Seliool Hou-o, Cheam.      c ;  i Town Hall, Chilli->\ha<k.  W'estjiuvstek. ]xIding oi-' Delta���������  School House, Clover Valley.  <      '        " Elfiin.  i       '" P.a-i IC.-lls. '  > r      prown.-ville Hotel, llrou-nsville.  l Town IT.iil, Ladnei-'s Ijuiding. ,,f  Loehiel Seliool House, ^Mile Pelt.' *''  Town Hall, Koit Langlcy.        ' .  Hall. Murray's Corners. *.  *- ,.  School House, Shortreeds.      >    ,        '  Hall's Prairie, ���������,  W-BSTMINSTKir, RIDING OKDEWIBEY���������"  Scott's Hall, Port "Moody.- '  ,,       ,    Kelly's Store, Coquitlam.   '    ir  1-aae Ruildini;, Port Hammond.  Hall, Port, llaney. ,.  Seliool I rouse, Wharr.ook.   '        '  Silverdalc.  " Mi.-ision City.  '*   , Burton Praiiie. ,   ���������  ,  ,, ,, ,  '"    ,        Hatzie Prairie. 1  ','    ''      i-rorLhNieomen.Main-'  ; , land.  " Nieomen. Island.  CapLMonlon'sStore,Harrison River  Frank ^Ve.st.,s house, near AtrassiH.  Westminster,'Riding- of Richmond���������  0]i"i;n Hiair-o, Stoveston.  Town Hail, Lulu Island.  Cedar Cottage Nursery, South Vancouver.  1 Tramway Company's Power House,  , Jiurnahy.  , Library, Moodyville.  Gibson's Store, Howe Sound.  15. 1$. MndiU's house, Squaniisli.  East Riding, Tale���������"' '      ^  Columbia "Mining Company's Oflice,  Knclerby. . c  5. Apiileby's hou-e, Mara.  .1. Guvdoin's houKo. Deeji Creek.  Town Hall. Armstrong.    ,,  ���������*.  Post-ollicc, Okanagan. ,  Court House, Vernon.  '     ��������� Ncsbitl's house, White Valley.  '-, ���������    A. McDonoll's house. Blue Springs.  Ta-c-uime's Hull, Kelowna.  '   Soiiool'IIouse, Benvoulin.  I). Jones' house, Trout Creek.  1  0Wade*s Store, Pcnticton.1  Strntliyre Mining 'Company's Oflice,  Fairviow.  T. Daly's house, Kcrenieos.  *  Government Oflico/Osoyoos.  Hugh Cameron's house. Camp Mo  , Kinney. " ��������� -  11. T). Kerr's House, Boundary Creek  School House, Kettle River,  North Riding,, Yale���������  Court House, Kamloops. o  M. Sullivan's 'house, North Thoiup-  ' -on River.  Duek'b, South Thompson River.  Post Oflice, Shusw-ap Prairie.  Tappen's Siding.  Salmon Arm.  Sieamous.  Grand Prairie. " ���������  Fullarlon's store, Stump I������ike.  Quilehena, Xieola Ixike.  A Vest Riding, Yale���������  Agas-iz.  r Popcum.  St. Elmo. ������       '    ,  Hope.  Yale.  , North Bend.  Keefcr's.  Lytton.  Siienee's Bridge.     ������  A:-hcroft.  Savona. _ ,  "   ���������  Coutlic's. Low or Xieola.  Oltcr Valley.  , Goveriiment Oflice, Granite Cieek.  Princeton. (',  l.\- Testimony AVherijok. ^^���������'t��������� liave;  caused those* Our Lc*bf <'i*.s tti lie  ^uarle PatcuL. and the Great Seal  of British (Johinibia to he Iictc-  uiito rrfiixofl: Witness, tho lTon-  ouralilo Edgar Dewdney, Lieu-  tcnarit-CioveriKir nf Our said Pi-o-  ci"int:o of Jirrlrsli Coinnhia, in Our  City of Victoria, in Our said  Province, this, ninth day of .lime,  in . the year of Our Lord one  thousand eitdu, hundred nnd  ninet.y-four, and in (he fifty-  soverith vc-ri1 of Our Reiirn. '  THE POLITICAL- CAMPAIGN.  JOINT MEETING OF MESSRS. KELLIE  J _^AND BROWN.  Messrs.   J.   M.   Kellie  and   XV.   M.  Brown,   Government and   Opposition  candidates  for the. North Riding, held  a joint meeting in Peterson's Hall last  Saturday night, this being the lirst of  the kind and, the. opening of the real  work of the campaign.   The hall was  crowded and the audience accorded an  impartial hearing U> each speaker, and  no interruption of a very serious nature  occurred throughout the four hours the  meeting was in  progress,  for  it  was  close on midnight when the proceedings  terminated.,     Both    candidates    were  liberally applauded by their friends and ���������  supporter.-- and honors appeared about,  evenly divided.    Mr.   .1.   Valentine  wiife -elected chairman, Upon the motion  of Mr. Kellie, seconded by Mr. Brown.  ;Lt  was  remarked (hal he iu.-uIk an excellent impression  before he had long  filled tlie chair, and we must admit that  he  looked  the  very bettii   'ideal of a-  chairnian.'  'Ina few well-chosen words  Mr. Valentine thanked them for the  honor they had done hirn and proceeded to explain the object of the meeting.1   As  il? was best that   only'one,  person should lie heard at one time, lie,  intimated thatany interrupt ions would  be ruled out of order.   Mr. Brown occupied a seat at tho right of the chairman,  and Mr.'Kellie  sat .-it hi.sj.luft.  Other gentlemen on the platform  included Messrs. T. Lewis,'F. Fraser, II-  CA. Brown and O. U. Allen.  , ,    ������������������  tended t,o by the authorities at Ottawa  aiid that the Provincial Government  were now urging thi.-, improvement upon the attention of the Federal authorities. Speaking of the inability of sett-  lei's to get eiitrics on the 20-inile belt,  he disclaimed any responsibility of the  Provincial Goyerriinei.it in lhe matter.  This wa&-also a matter of Dominion  control, and those entries could not he  made nnuil settlers came in under Dom-  ��������� The Chairman lost no time in getting  l]}������ proceedings .starjed. and introduced  Mr. Kellie as the first speaker.   ���������,  Mr. Kellie. on rising, was greeted  with applause. ]le said tliat atrr meeting held here a few weeks ago he had  rendered an account of his stewardship  in the Legislature during the nast four  i tnion regulations.  lxUh was aware that  j this state of affairs  was creating coi*-  1 .-.idei-ablc  dissatisfaction,   but he was  confident, that   if it,  was   subject    lo  provincial   conir-il   no   dissatisfaction  would exist',' as, tliey had never yet refused an application for location miles-,  prioi applications had been made. The  speaker here quoted   from  returns  (o  show the material increase, in imports  nnd exports, revenue and assets of (he  ; Province between JRiO and i,S!);j.   The  Government felt that the country >v;is  worth    developing.     and    had , spent  monoy'liberally on roads and (rails I'm-  thai, purpose,     ile had been all through  tho riding and fouud'no <li.-s,.*uisf,icbioii  witli  the  Government,    ('(lining back  to the isubject, he.said he had ondenvor-  ed to pu.-hAr.iads and traits'all (hroiigh  West Kootenay. and had the satisfaction of knowing he had won the ,ip;iro-  h.'it'on and support of many who had  formerly oppo.-er'.him.    In four y^'ar.s  he hail obtained ."ji 137.000 for load.-, and  trails;    $0,."3','X)  for school houses and  $ll,oC0 for their maintenance.   Other  works chad  been constructed and  aid  obtained for the Fire Dep.n uncut aud  Mineral Exhibit.' Altogether $"i2."i,()lXJ  had been spent by the Government in  foiir'yi'.ii-.-i to help develop West Kootenay.   To further as.-isk in the work of  opening up the country,   the Government had  refused   to   guarantee   the  bonds, of  the N. -t S. Railwav (which  amounted, to  .$000,000)  until "-Air. Van  Home had' pledged him.self   to  build  the  Arrow Lake branch.    In connection with'the guarantee of those bonds  he had given it, a good deal of thought;  he even went to Seattle Lo obiain   information as to the cost of construction  and was confident that there was nothing wrong in this connection. ' When  it  was  mentioned   hi' the House Mr.  ' Davie had challenged euijuiry, and had  | moved for a Royal Commission���������when  I "Mr. Fo-j-ter had stated the case for tho  |, Opposition. ������ Mr. Foster   never even  j appeared before the Royal Commission  tocsubstanf'ate  his   charges,, and the  TCE CREAM SOCIAL  At the weekly meet ing of the Y. P.  S. 0. E., in tire J'rosbyleriim Churcli,  on Uonday evening, Mr. George Ter-  rvberry g.'tve an a/ldress on "Christian  Jdes'rU, Messrs. T. Lewis, F. W. L-iing  and'Rev. C. T. liaylis taking p*irt in  the discussion which followed. A  good jir'ijjraninie was   rendered  previ-  tlro serving  and   ca!<c  oi" K-C cream,   Jem-  Mr.   .J., \<\   Alilin  ous ill  ��������� made  contributed an instrumental selection,  Miss Ruth Valentine a recitation, tS.  Neediiam and G. Nmllrey *inusrcaJ  duet, Miss (Stella Urown lecitation,  jlisses iJoyd and Adair duct, L. A.  Fi-(;t/. i eoilation, Aj iss Lily Valentine,  recitation, Aiiss' Alice anil Muster  Gilbert Ono,1 they a musi.'.il ��������� duet,'  Misses I'.oyd and 'Ad iir and Messrs.  Jlaylis and Lang a- <|u,u bitl".  i;  Ki   IC'i  cj'eani was --uppiied  hy ,a1 i*. Ip J-1 rasct,  and   was  ut excellent quality, judging  by   the rapidity  jieai'ed. _,  iv ,}l r. F. >���������<"  nality,  with   which  it difia]*-  ���������>/I  For a largo glass of Doering  A,  Mar-  h(rand's Lager call al, the. Union Hotel.  a. McNeil,  BAP.BES SHOP AND BATH ItOOM,    ���������  Front .Street, Revelstoke.  am now dH'oiiug 0 shaving tickets for  $1.00.    J laircut for1 'Sic'.     Aiid  a bath for 25c.  By coinniand  A  CAMPBHLL RKUnil<:,  Drj/uti/ Provincial Secretnri/.  Mr-. E. AV. No.-telle, of Rairhaven,  -JXVash.. was in town tlie other day  having returned from a prospecting  trip to the Big Bend, where he has  located a half-mile claim on French  C.-eftk. lie left for Fairhaven. where  he feels confident of being able to enlist .-*uilicient capita] to work I his  location. Mr. Neslelle is an old milling  man who has engaged in mining operations all over the continent. Speaking of tin- frail to Big ljcnd he .-,iiil it  w.ij. the be-st one he had ever travelled  over in hi- experience, which, in1 said,  exl ended from Lake.Superior to Mexico  and all up the Pacific ('oasi.  LO. (). F.- -P. eguhri" meeting every  Thursday night at eight o'clock in Odd-  ,'lVllow's Hail. A'isiiiug brethren cordial! v jnviri-u.  vears,   and   there   were 'One or two , _. .    . ���������   . -,.*,-  '   .   , ,.    ���������  .  ,-,        ,,   ,  ! ', t I Conun^sions reijai-fc completely exon-  ]iomts mentioned then that he would-���������_ ei.nK.d lhe Govt,' llnc.tlt.   'As ;l niatter  like to deal with more hilly now.    Out , 0f  fact the Oppositio'i had not been  able to verify any charge of corruption  which they had made against the Government. The debt ol- lhe Province  was only $2,(XJO.OiJ0, which had been incurred entirely in ellYn-t-tn develop the  country. ��������� In conclusion, he appeal'ed to.  the electors to .support the Government  which had already done so much, not  .alone for AVest Ko.itenay, but for the  whole Province, 'lie wa.s a West Kootenay iuanr"but- a-British Columbian  first, of all, and it was becausehe was  so that he supported the'Government  which he considered was the best Government possible. ' He had done all he  could to help develop West Kootenay  in the past,-and,. if again elected, would  continue to do so. '(Applause).  The' Un airman then, introduced Mr.  \V. M. Brown.  Mi-Brown was well received bv the  audience when lie stepped to the front  of the"platform.    He said he wished to  set himself right as to Mr. Kellie's remarks about his   canva������s.     He   then  proceeded to explain the reference to  Mr. Kellie in his, speech at Thomson's'  Landing as a sort of Under Commissioner of Lands and "Works.   ITe said that  at the meeting which -was held in the  fire-hall  he had. asked All. Kellie who  would handle the appropriations, and  wa.s  told that lie (Kellie) and the Government Agent had full control, thus  placing himself in the position of Commissioner 'of   Lands and Works.'   The  work  orr s.the  Big Bend trail had been  mismanaged.   The men were engaged  on a Saturday and were to start work  on the following Monday. . They ordered provisions.    The. order to start work  was countermanded the following day.  'filings remained  that way   for four  day.-., when Air. Ross~e*une to him and  suggested   that a' public   meeting  be  called to discus*- tho advisability of ha v-  jng  the appropriation   expended on a  trail   instead   of a  wagon   road.     As  there was only nne^appropriation  to  build wagon   road, trails and bridges,  he acquiesced in Koss'  suggestion because  he  thought (here would not be  more than sufficient to make a good  trail.   The  meeting   was   called,   and  after considerable discussion a resolution was adopted lo'expend the money  on   the  trail  instead of a wagon rrtaii.  Air.'Graham and ,\lr. J loss were asked  when   work  would start and Air. I loss  replied that, he would have to wait for  instruction-*;.   Air. Graham said the resolution's would  have to he forwarded  fo   the  Government.    But  Air.   Kellie  said this wasquile umieces-ary, (hereby stepping into the place of the Government and  this  wa:-  why   he held  Kellie responsible I'Or the expenditure  of 'uhe appropriation for the Big Bend. I  IJe(i\li'. Brown! had done all  he could  for * hat meeting in the interests of I he  trail,   but there never had been a word  published about il.    lie  had   been   informed   lhat its publication   bad been  suppressed  at  the instance of two of  t he dii ectors,  who wCnt (o the edilor  and advised him  not to publish il, and  he was told also, on what he considered  good  authority,   Unit  Air.   Kellie  was  present at this inlerview with  the editor.    .Mr. Boss bad told him that only  (IO men could be employed load vantage  as_Lt w.is impossible to work as in.iny  men on a-trail as on a wiloii ro.ul. but  when la" returned Irom down   riv r  he  found lhat I'll) had been engaged on the  w ork, some of whom had been employed   only eight days,   when   they  were  discharged    and    others    (.(.ken     on.  When Mr. Ross was seen about it thai  gentleman   said    tlmt such   and   sudr  men had just, as good right to work as  had   men   from   the  Columbia   liiui.-e.  and   there   would   be di.-.-.iti-fael ion   il  before doing so he wished to refer to a  few matters of a personal nature, which  had been rendered necessary in view of  the canvass his opponent ,was making.  Referring   to   Air. Brown's speech at  Thomson's Landing, as'reported in the  AIail, he asked if it was a correct report, and'Air. Brown admitted (amidst  a]iplause)"tliat***it"'wasr '"AIT1*.*Kellie then  complained of  the. unfair .manner in  which Air. Brown had attacked him in  his absence, which,wa.s due entirely to  his not being informed* that a meeting  was to be held, and though he had seen  Air. Broyvn the night before that gentleman left for Lardeau he had'not informed him (Kellie) of hi.s intention to  hold a  meeting,  notwithstanding the  fact that Ali1. Brown had expressed regret at his absence from the meeting.  Air.  Kellie denied all  the allegations  contained  in  .Air. Brown's speech   at,  Thompson's Landing.     He   explained  his connection   with the work on the'  Big Bend trail,   stating that he had  nothing whatever to do with the hiring  or discharge of men engaged thereon.  He had told Air. Brown so, as also had  Air. Downs, one of the  foremen, and  Air. Graham (the latter gentleman assuming all responsibility in the mat ter),  but. notwithstanding this. Air. Brown  had continued  to repeat this charge,  wliich was utterly without foundation.  He challenged Air. Brown to prove it,  and promised if the charge were found  true he'would abandon  the  field and  allow his opponent fo be elected by acclamation.    Referring to the road at  Fire Valley he denied that the appropriation 'had been   wasted,'  and   contended that the natural outlet was at  the wharf, where it was located.    1 le  denied any knowledge of, or interest  in,   a   townsite  at this point.   To his  knowledge there, had never even been  a   lot  sold   there,   and   Air.   Brown's,  charge about the road being built for  the especial benefit of townsite owners  was totally untrue,  as the road was  located to the best; advantage of that  whole settlement and not for the benefit of a favored few.   As for some portions of the road being under water, ,it  was nonsensical  to hold him responsible for that, as his opponent >had tried  to do.   The speaker then took up 'i-ho.  question of the river bank.    Al r. Brown,  he  said,   held   the  Provincial Government responsible   for' neglect, in  this  niatter, whereas they had no jurisdiction whatever over navigable water.-,  that being purely a Dominion function,  and he. was surprised to hear Mr. Brown  make such a blunder, especially as he  had  already occupied    a  seat   in  the  Legislature  for seven years.    But the  Government were doing all they could  in   the  matter to  help  (he people  of  Revelstoke-to  get protection, against  the encroachments of high water, from  the    Ottawa   authorities.      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After what transpired last Saturday
night with regard to the suppression
of a certain meeting I think myself
called on to explain-the reasons why a
.report of that meeting, was, not published.
Jt is well known that for months
past the people of Uevelstoke had been
clamoring for '-'an appropriation r from
the Government to'construct a wagon
road to the head of Steamboat Canyon.
"Well, the ,"money u a-ns appropriated
for that pur-pose, hut as it, was only
���$8,00,0 ' (and a portion of that would
have to be used on other work) Jlessrs
Ross and Brown called a meeting to
discuss the/advisability of using , the.'
money to' make a'trail instead of a
wagon road. The, result of the meeting was that the wagon road \yas relegated to oblivion and the trail project
advocated with great zeal by those
who but' a short time before had
scouted the idea of a trail being of any
use. Tt was "turn about and jump
Jim Crow." For, my part, 1 thought
the publication ofi such a ���change, of
front, on the part of our citizens would
ofl'er a legitimate target for the ridicule
and sarcasm of the outside Press. This
was one of my reasons for not publish-
tion. T defy anyone 1o go ovei' the
back numV-ers and pick out, one item,
one line, that is the least bit injurious
ro "Sir. Brown's candidacy or to 31i".
Brown himself. What isit Mr. ilrown
wishes nie'i*o do? Dor-s lie w.utt nie to
attack the (���Joverninerit? He himself
says the Government, has been most
liberal in granting money tor roads and
frails and guaranteeing railroad bonds
for the sake of opening up West Kootenay's mines. I cann*it attack Kellie
for discharging men on (he Big Bend
trail on the strength of the mere fact
that Kellie walked up over (he trail
the day before the men were discharged. T interviewed three of the
foremen, j\Jr. Graham, the Government
agent/and .MV. Kellie himself, and all
treated the idea as absurd. A newspaper may not publish to the world
what an individual may safely say to
a few listeners.
Sir. Brown's' fault is that he is too
ready to listen to every disappointed
Torn, Dick and Harry that has a
grievance; and there are sonic who, if
thev have no grievance, will concoct,
one and go to 31 r. Drown for condolence, well knowing lhat they will get
not only his sympathy, hut also what
lhey are scheming lor -a free drink.
I��lMTOI(.   " KooTKXAY   ���MAI[.."
Revelstoke, June I'Sth, 1894.
(Continued from page I.)
ing it. ' -
, Further, to strengthen my decision
in the matter, and to dispel.any doubt
I might havcrhad as to the fitness ,of
proclaiming to the world the fa'et���that
the people of Revelstoke did not know
their own minds, two of the director's
(Messrs. John Ahr.-iham.son and F. B.
Wells) called, on me and said 'they did
not think it'!would,' do the town any
��� good to publish a report of that rneet-
, ing. Their opinion, coinciding with
i my own, certainly ^strengthened my
resolution to withhold such report, but
their opinion would ,not have influenced me in the least' had 1 not,' as T
have already stated, believed that such
publication would have made our citi-
zens look ridiculous in the eyes of outsiders ��� as being people who did not
know what they wanted:
Another circumstance, and a, most
important one, which of' itself prevented my publishing' it that week at
least, was tire'fact'that I had no space
for- it. Mr. Kellie's big meeting the
previous Saturday night occupied four
columns, the evidence re the killing of
Cultus Jim nearly two , columns, arid
important local articles the remainder
of the news space in the- inside pages
(the outside pages were set in type
hefore the meeting was held). Moreover, 1 liave just enough body-(small)
type to fill the paper, and no more; so
it will readily be seen that had Messrs
Abraliainson and Wells not called on
me the report couici not have been published tliat week unless cut down, to
very small dimensions, in which case,
perhaps, Mr. Brown might have kicked
just as hard as lie does rrow.
All this I have told Mr. Brown on
niore- than one ,occasion,' but he will
not accept, it as the true reason, and
still persists in saying that tlio report
was sujiprcssed to injure him as a candidate. How could that be, when he
was not a candidate at the time that
meeting wa.s held? T did not think
then, and T do not think now, that the
publication of a report of that meeting
Y would have been of the slightest bene-
iit to Mr. Brown in his candidacy.
Moreover, I have offered to publish it
if he still wishes it.
I most emphatically state that T did'
not once give Mr, Brown, a thought
when I decided on suppressing the report: that I had. and still have, too
much personal regard for Mr1. Browii
to seek to injure him in any way; and
that he is altogether wrong in stating
that   I   suppressed   the  report  at the
stances he contended that pressure had
been brought to  bear on  Mr. Uoss  to
make him change his mind in the .short
space of ten days.    He  had'been  told
by some of the  discharged men  that
they   did   not   know    who   dismissed
them,  as JIr.  Ross'was' at Lardeau;
hut that y\r. Kellie had'been ovei1 the
trail iu the evening and they Were laid
off the next day.  'lii!  considered it a
wasteful expenditure to pirrcha.se tools
for a large gang of men who were only employed eight days, and wanted to
linow what had become of the tools.
Mr. Kei.lik : Gone to Lardeau.
Mi. Brows,  continuing,  wished Ut
know what tools the men at Lardeau
, had at the time the Big Bend work was
going on.    He had heen  told the men
at Lardeau had not sufficient tools to
work with at that time,   lie complained that no information   regarding the
expenditure    of   these   appropriations
could be had from ofiicial sources,  and
asked why there wa.s so much secrecy
about,whnfc was a public matter.   For
this  also  Mr. Kellie  was  responsible.
'As to the conduct of the works,, it was
not unreasonable to suppose   that,  a.-,
Mr. Graham  was a stranger,   and consequently not conversant, with all the
circumstances,   heomight have taken
his orders  from  Mr. Kellie,   who  wa.s
acting as Commissioner of Lands and
Works.     He'said , his   statements   at,
Thomson's,  about   Fire Valley,   were
correct.   He. did not know of the existence of a townsite until begot to Kil-
larney.   'JClie people there did not give
Kellie credityfor obtaining  tiie, amiro-
priations,  but said it was got by .Vernon and others, who were interested in
the townsite.   The money expended at
this point was wasted also, as a considerable portion  of  the road made was
underwater and the setll'ers had been
compelled to build a road for twcuiiiles'
over a   low divide, -at  their own 'expense, to get to the wharf.' .The wharf
at the landin'g  point was  useless,  as
steamers would notland there in rough
water".    The  road  had   been   built   to
'make  the settlers   pa^s   through   the
townsite,   and was made, solely   in  the
interest of the townsite   houmers; the
only  benefitAaccruing   to  the  settlers'
from the  road"" being  the   wages they,
received for* construction.   Il  was .-aid,
down river, that'hehad inte,re-,ted hnn- j
self in the  circulation   ol" a petition  in j
Revelstoke' asking   to   have wage.- re- j
dneed to $1.50 per day. and  the same \
rumor wa-s spread at Big   Bond.; theie,
was no. truth  wharover   in   it, and  h<* J
considered ir would be suicidal for tire ���
business men ofdievel-tok,*   to propo-e '
such reduction iu wages.    Referring ro "
the riverbank   improvement,   he con- :
tended that,.a.s thoy had all   j.tnvh isi-d '
their lots from   rarwell, who-i-  C:;own '
grant was from the Provincial Go\"t-r;,-���
merit,' and as  all   their  taxe-**  went to
that Government, they were  the pro- >
per parties  to, be appealed  in  in   the-
first instance.    He read  extract-*- from >
a letter he had received from Mr. M.sra i
in wliich that gentleman  said he had ,
hopes of getting an appiopriation from '
the Dominion Government for the fiivji- ,
tection of the bank   if the Proviiic-ial
Government    would    gi*'-   a    siiml.u* I
amount.    This letter was construed by
He   had   moved for a commission  to
clear up the Farwell  townsit'1  matter,
while Mr. Brown had made no representations  to  the Government whatever in connection with the river bank.
As to Fire Valley, it did not look as if
they were dissatisfied with the Government, for he   had  been  promised the
support of every man there.  Referring*
to Mr. Brown's comments  on   the Big
Bcnil   appropriation,  he said; he   had
arranged for  the expenditure of this
appropriation   before he left Victoria,
as if was the usual course to leave such
matters in the  hands of' the member.
He  was asked to   give   Mr.   Graham
what assistance he could and promised
fo do so, and  the Government wrote
Mr. Graham to consult with hirn as to
where   fhe   money   should   be   spent.
When  he  returned from   Victoria he.
called a meeting at which he left to the
people the disposal of this appropriation.  Since that time he had not interfered with Mr. Ross in any way what-
ever.'as he  had  peifect confidence  in
lhat, gentleman's ability to conduct the
work,    lie  claimed   that Mr. Brown's
only grievance was  that some  of the
moil  from  the  Columbia   House   had
been  discharged,   and    that   was  the
ireason of all his soreness aud talk about
the Big Bend trail.    Jfe asked if it was
Mr. Brown's intention to provide work
for his friends if elected.    Hi: said  his
opponent's whole, canvass hadrheeu on
personal lines, and was  unworthy of a
political campaign.    Referring  to provincial matters he said the Government
had given a good  Redistribution  Bill
which, ecpializod    fhe    representation
between fhe mainland and  the island.
He had voted  for the now,parliament
buildings because he  considered them
a necessity, as many of the old buildings weri' falling into decay, and the
several departments were already overcrowded to the extent that they were
compelled to hire outside accommodation.   ,11 e was proud of this vote.   The'
outcry raised against this appropriation
had emanated entirely from Vancouver
and New Westminster.    It was started
hy the Constitutional   League which
was bom at Vancouver and died, for
want of'support,  at Kamloops, when
only 13 delegates put in an appearance.
The   people knew what   the Government's policy was, while, the Opposition   had  no policy ; their only desire
being to get-at   the   treasury.   They
were   continually   carping, but   never
had a remedy'to suggest for the 'evils
which they claimed existed.  He reiterated that herhad not in any way inter--
forvd with Mr. Ross,  a'nd again  challenged   his    opponent    to   prove   the.
contrary. , (
Air-. H.P. Duxx wanted to ask a question and was invited to the platform,
In an eloquent and forcible manner he
deprecated what,he ' called the picay-
uriish manner in which the campaign
was being conducted. The introduction of personalities was to be deplored.
The campaign should be conducted on
hrsrhor grounds : questions of great importance were before the people; there
wore two well defined ��� parties in the
province, the policies of which furnished ample grounds for discussion instead
of the small issues wliich had been raised. The Government had been liberal
in pushing the country ahead. Theirs
was a progressive, go-ahead policy,
whereas if Mr. Cotton was returned to
power he might be expected to prove
somewhat of an "Arkansaw carpetbagger." The British Pacific Railway,1
well known as a "wild cat" scheme,
wanted the Government to guarantee"
their bonds to the extent of #0, (XX), 000,
and he wanted to ask the candidates if.
in, fhe event of Iheir election, would
they use'the .credit ' of the country
(which could lie better spent in works
of development) to forward the interests of the promoters of this scheme,
would they vote to ' guarantee the
.bonds :j He said, he spijke as a miner
and prospector. ,- '*
Mi'.Birowx said he would notsupporf
anv " wild cat," scheme.   ' ,
Mr. Ket.i.ii-: said he knew for a certainty that no such proposition had
been, made lo the, Government, as he
had rittended their caucuses and never
heard it mentioned there. ,He, would
support any proposition which he
thought was going to help develop the
eyuufcry, but would not support, ,any'
" wild eat"' undertaking.
Mr. Fkaskk w.1*. the next speaker. H"e
was a strong supporter of the Government and of Mr. Kellie's candidature.
That eentleman was almost unknown
in the riding four years ago, when he
came here to iiiteroM, the people in the
royalty question, and was so persistent
in* hi*- efforts that th" then premier
promised to abandon the Intention of
imposintr royalties on mines. Ife
(Kelli.'1) had worked hard for the riding
���-���inc-t; elt-cP'd. and deserved the support
of the electors. Mr.'Brown had taken
iip the time of rh<- meeting retailing a
lot   of jA'>--ip of a personal character.
surprised that the business men of the
town wen;  not giving  Mr. Brown the
support he deserved.    The speaker rid-t
iculed Kellie's letter published in the
M.YU., in which the writer   complained
that no notice  had  been  given him of
the meeting at Thomson's, and characterized it as  the act of a 'schoolboy.
The  Government had   done   little or
nothing   for   Revelstoke���not even   a
sidewalk had been built.    Referring to
work on the Big Bend trail (be speaker
said (here'were, men, other- thaii those
at Brown's, who had not received  fair
treatment in the division of trail-woi k.
At this juncture a man 'in   tlie back
of the hall jumped up and said he was
one oi" the men referred to.  As speeches
from the body of the hall AVere not
allowable, this gentleman was asked (o
the   platform.      If is   name   was "Neil
McDonald,  and, having   mounted  the
platform, said he had gone to Mr. Ross
and got work on the trail.    He was not
toid   how long-'-the   work  would last.
The men purchased provisions for two
weeks and, after packing  it out theie,
they only got eight days'work, many
of them,not earning enough to pav for
their provisions.   The gang sent out a
week before werenioved on  ahead tire
day his, gang  went up.   They understood that they were to move ahead
the next day, "hut,   instead, were discharged.    He did not know1 who laid
them off, but, as Mr. Ross was at  Lardeau, he supposed  if (<> be Mr. Kellie,
as that gentleman   was over   the trail
the evening before. After1 corning down
he had been told that, Kellie's  business
friends,who wore interested, had power
fo get men back.   He went to Mr. Ross
and was told that he would be sent out,
"but."   added   that   gentleman,   "fhe
Columbia House have sent (nit so many
bums they will  bea d���d shoi I, time
there."   The   speaker   considered   the
money had  been lavishly   spent' and
little work1 done. ' He  had seen more
work done for1 $100 than had been done
on   that   road,   and    referred   to   tlie
C. P. R. and Nelson & Fort Sheppard
'Railway   by way of  comparison.    In
reply to a question from Mr. Kellie Mr.
McDonald said though the men had no
knowledge   whatever   on ��� the  matter
they supposed  it was Ire (Kellie) who
discharged them.
, Mr. H. A. Bnowx was the' last-
speaker and, as it was getting late and
the audience were becoming restless,
,he wa.s very brief. He wished to,state
that he had not seconded Mr. W.'M.
Brown's nomination, as, reported. He
would not be a party* to bringing out
an Opposition.Candidat'\ He did not
believe that Mr1. Kellie bad anything to
do with the hiring or- discharging'of
men,employed on the Big Bend trail,
and he had perfect confidence in Mr.'
Ross' ability fo conduct the work. The
province had gone ahead under the
present Government, w'hich had displayed conspicuous ability in 'the management of the iinances. tHe appealed
to'fhe electors to support a progressive
Government, and to vote against a
quibbling Opposition which ,was without a policy.
The usual vote'of thanks to'the
Chairman being adopted the meeting
then adjourned.      " ""
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H. A. BROWN, Prop'r.
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First-class Table.   ;
0 . Telephone.
Lhe sneaker n-iplavirif: responj-ibihrv on
the PrnviiK-i.-il (iovrnme.-iU With
reference tn  Mr.  Kellie'-   t,el( <cimiiis lo ' 1
mil had made ilip-e serious charpes
,'it,r,-t:ii--i .Mt-,v*-i s. rto".'> and G'r.iliH?n. lie
had <-har{f��-d iiii-*appm|>rial,ioTi ornone
or all of rli'1 works: that th" men at,
'Thorns-on's Lnndinjr were put to work
1 [KKOM  OCJir  CUlUtJilSl'UNDlSN'T.]
1 ,      ' NAKUSP,,June 27th.
It has, so far', been impossible for the
railway company to do anything* lo
'..(.liefr wharf and warehouse. The latter
has been afloat, during the high water
hut has' now settled down again,
although it has shifted a few feet, out
ot" its original position, and nothing
can hi; done, to get it-back to its former
place until the. water goes still further
down. The wharf has sustained seven1
damages by the water and will probably
have to be entirely reconstructed,
which will be rather a costlv alfair.
Hi-. J. O. Whyte, from the Green Slide,
who has taken the position of superintendent, is thinking of replacing the
old crihwork by piles. Had this been
done in the first place, the- damages to
the wharf'would not have been very
Genelle's sawmill started up again
this week and is once more working to
its utmost capacity turning but bridge
timbers, etc. They have several large
booms of logs near the'sawmill s,ite,
which is north of the railway track and
comparatively out of danger should
the water1 rise again.
Messrs.'J. M.JCellie, M.P.P., and XV.
M. Brown, of Revel.-Xoke, came flown
.on the Columbia on Tuesday morning
and addressed the. electors of Nakusp
that same evening. 'Mr. Brown, iir his
j-emarks, deplored that heand his party
and the ' principles they, advocated
could not get fair, treatment at the
hands of the press of West Kootenay,"
sit least, as the. papers were all championing the cause of the (iovernineut.
A rather inconsiderate and thoughtless
remark to make on the public pl.u.t'orm
and one which may perhaps injure Mr.
Brown's prospects for parliamentary
honors. Mr. Wilson'wished .Mr. Browii
to  state  whether  he  was   a,   straight
holm House.
JOHN STONE, Proprietor.
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The ��� Dining 'Room is furnished with the best the
-���;���'     '���   Market affords.     ,/..������ :
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Billiard and Pool Tables in first-class order.
the Premier regarding t,hi-> mat ter,, be
thought Mr. F-v**lIie's *itixioly for the
safety of the hank was due eniircly'Ui'
the faet'that an eh-clion w.i**. on. lie
conceded thai, the lioverninciit had
dealt liberally with "WeM Ivo-iti-nay.
hut to no greater '-xti-nt than .--lie
deserved. I.e-s money had been spent,
in ReveKroke than in .*iii\- new lo��*n-
sit'(' bv (he fiijvcrimii'iit.    The f.Jovern-
without tvtiols; and that .Mr. Graham, ,\ Oppositionist     or    an      Independent.
b'-big  a   new  man,  did not know his j After   some  hedging Mr.   Brown  wa.s
i-i-ines*,. , p  j compelled to .stale that he wa.s  an Op
rnent had n*-l   ��s-isted labourers !o gel, I crl'ical iiaial
instigation of Messrs. Abrahamson and
"Wells. "Mr. Brown ought to know, if
anyone docs, that I am not- in the
habit of following other people's advice
in matters pertaining to tlie paper.
T am very sorry tliat Mr. Brown
carries his bitterness so far as to ignore
the paper of which lie is managing
rlirector, even declining tn publish his
flection address in its columns, and |
attempts   to   reach   the  voters   in  the
riding through the medium of the Na- j important,  matters ei.miirg before tin*
kusp   Ledi/*--im  avowed   C'overnmenl ! Legislature, and had net -aid .me word
1     . -,' ,1   \i���   i> .  ... .      e    .1 about the   mo*-t   iniporiant lott-totlii*
.sheet.     Ann .Mr. nrowi   <:a��t a hrrtlrer , ,       ,-  ,,     ,     ��� '��� ... 1    ,,       .  .
. . ,,....' people  ol   tin- m-irnland    the  vote on
stigma upon this paper by lurrng Ins ', |K. p.u-liameui, building-.. I he .ippiopi-i-
own reporter at the joint meeting la-^t ' ation for which was unue, ev-arv I'or.ii
Saturday night and sending his report
.Mr. IJjrow.v int'-rrupt'-d the speaker
j aud   denied   havinir   made   any   such
���   ��� Co,if inuintr.   Mr.   Pka^hh   said   Mr.
, Hi'dwii   had   di>ii��'   that   with  which lie
namely, infrfer-
their wagi-s fioui   railway contractor
! and now was the lime   for  them  to re.
member thi1-. l>y their vole-.   Mr. ICelUe
had not consulted   ids <*or..slit uorits on
charged Mr. Kellie,
ing with wurl. ' in the
er declar, d hi*, ii��� i '-tit
Ciovi-min'-iit b.-rjui-c
me. and
01 oviuce,
thev   had   d<
road. Tim...peak-
ion *'j support the
of t he good work
eip.-cially for the
afforded the peo-
Thcv   h(td nun-
to the A'fWit-AiJtwtixef
;ls fair and impartial as that in to-day's
Jln'd I rifi nor, know.
'I am compelled to make these expla-
��� nations in consequence of statements
made by Mr. ISi-own in' other parts of
the riding. I believe lie. is thoroughly
honest and conscientious* in,his beliefs
;md convictions, but he may not, be
cognizant of the fact that he is .'doing
the paper a grftat injury, to say nothing
of mvself, by spreading his version of
the suppressed meeting wliei-evf'r , he
goes. T want to put myself right with
the public as well as Mr.. Brown.
Hence this explanation.
In conclusion let ine state' that Mr.
Brown's charges of unfairness against
fch t Mnd ni'c. entirely without fourida-
loast fi Ve year*-, I o   come.      I ills   Hi' riey
Whelher it :s i U!LS   '���"'���'������'���'���    '"   "pen   up   the rountry
" "'j and could be expended to better advan
tage in budding roads and trail-. Ile
had nol pi'omi-ed men jobs |o >^et rheir
votes, nor h.id be attempted to cajole'
them in any other \\.i\. lie had not
even asked a man to promi-e him a
vote.      II elected  he  Woilld-e.Yej-eis-l-  hi-
own   judgment,  iu   supporting a  good
man for the le.idi r-hip.    (Applaii.se.)
The.  I'lfAiKMA-V   Iheii   cdled   on   Mr.
Kellie for a reply.
Referring   to   the   river   hank,   Mr.
Kilt.1.IK said   a careful  reading of Mr.
Ma.ra's letter1 would show tI1.1t lira I gen-
| tlcrrian did not consider- the Provincial
j Government responsible in the mailer.
Mr. Brown had i*enflef'ed   Mr. ( oiir-der
| no assistance   in   bringing   (hi-   malic1
I to Mr. Daly's al lention at. 1,he interview
I with that gentleman   when   lie was in
Rcvr-lsloke.   lie had moved two rcsolu-
in   the   Mome   .i-i-im;   the   liominio'i
Government to piotect   the river bank.
, pie   of   I hf
��� pell'-d   fhe   budding of  the li. <-v A. L.
��� [biih-wiy.   The <ioveriinn-nt had a cle.in
, record,   and  had  always done its duly
by  t lie (veopli-of I he piov ilice. '
'Mr. lil[(i\V.v ro-e fo reply to Mi.
Kia��� ���!"'- -t.itemeiil that, !"'��� had interfered with the wo'-k on lhe road. lie
explained thata- lie could gel no information from the proper ollicers |-��. J,,i,|
f<) 1/0 topri*. itc> partie-, e-peciallv *i-
the particular- of lhe uii'i-tiMf of May
l.")th ha I been ..-i|ipi*c-.J< i-i, a- he believed, al ibein-fjiMce of I uo directors
of the paper. ;
.Values   being   c.i'le*!   for. Mr. liriiu ri ,
-aid thai Me.--i-. '/. li. Well-and .John
Abraham-oii, ac eoiiri.Miii d by Mr. K'ei-
lic\ he had    been    infctr-j.u'L   were   the,
���gentleman who waited on Mr. .Vorth'-y. 1
Mr. Wkm.-i a-kc-d on nbat authority;
his name was used as being re.spon-ible
for t lie non-publication of the particulars of the meeting in question.
Mr. HrrowN K-pJied that Mr. .Vorthey ,
had told him -.0.
Mr. Wkm.i -.rid he f I'i own)had bei-r,
m i.-in formed. !
Mr. (). H. A i.i.t'.s. w.i-, the ne<i
speaker, lie wa<- -iipporiing Mr. Brown
"lecanse that   cren! leman  was a leading
positionist, as he did not believe in
; Independent.-.
j There is considerable danger of every-
, body going mad with the gold feye'r.
! (Jolrl has Ween discovered on Cariboo
; (.'reek, a tributary fo Trdul* (Ireek,
I about 20 mile*-* below this town. Ben
{ Kodd staked off the discovering claim
arid forthwith took a trip to New Den-
' \ er to have it   recorded.   Hugh Madden
has just returned and shows some very
, nice-looking di't containing "flake
; g'.Id," but says (he waler is still loo
'��� nigh to be able to do anyl lung.    About
2b men iia ve gone down from here, and
1 about,  five miles   of  groiimj   ha-   been
-hiked off.
Kvcrybody   here   is   looking   for  the-
return of Mr.'McOilliv i,iy, ���,*, iio. nieii
' he doe-arrive, wdl   no doubt go ahead
v.ilb   the   woik   of  clearing   away the
rli'lii'i* of the tec 1 ut Hood, ,uicl il  is also
Ui be hciped will bring I he loiig-lookecl-
cash,"   ancl,   iu   slant, will   in,ike
Sample   Room  for  Commercial  Travellers.
Every Convenience  for"  Guests.
BROWN & CLARK. Proprietors.
> -^Kv^v^in^^^jafjnwimfjmM^n^^^
everyltody happy.
business m.-i/i of the tow'u aii'l had
always been a public-spirited citi/ei'i,
while, on lhe c mil r.11 \. Mr. Kellie had
clone nothing for   Bewb-joke.     Ife v..is
Ontario'-*; " Grand Old Man " Once More j
Returned to Power. ���
Ttic; li.irclivil, full*,;!1/, f-li-ilicm < iiriiii.ilKri I'irr]
t.ivl in (Jri'-iric* ( 'ilimii.tti i) nl tlii" j,*,']** nn Tile -,- |
d.iy lrfr,t, ,mil fr,r tin- "i-n-uili liin,- tin- (j'lM'l ii- I
merit of Hir OM'.--r M'.t*,. ' In-, l��� < 11 i.|ii|.,r,n-il ���
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'  ,\ jfi'iilif.uriK fciitnii-"f Mi'  l"'ll   v.-ii- Mii-.iliaust, j
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Sleetors I North Riding
-   (\F-~    ��� ^*s
CiKNTI.K.MI'lN.-   - ,
,    I I.tvinc' been requested bv
1r    * 1 ^
;i 1'iivc: number of the Electors
(>\~ the Ridino* to stand as a
Candidate for re-election, \
hereby announce myseif a Candidate for your suffrages, and
trti-U I may receive your hearty
co-operation, interest and votes
in mv behalf.
'VTOTKiK is hereby given, that a sit-
i.\ tiiiK of the Clorrnty Court* will be
holdcri at R'-vclskike, B.C., on Thurs-
d.iy, the lfith d;iy of ^Viijjust, A.D"
l.SIH, nt If) o'clock in the forenoon.  ���
Kegistrar Count/j' ('orrrt.
Uevelstoke, .Time 7th, 1891.
II elected,
mv abililv I wi
vor to promote
csts ol liie I.
V011rs i<espectfully.
to  lhe best of
always endea-
the best inter-
i'iricl   and   the
For a
tlona strictly contldcntial. A IInn-ll-nok of In-
Xormutlon concernins Putt-inn and how to obtain them sent free. Also a catalogue ol mechanical nnd sclentiflc books sent free.
1'ulmits tiiken through Munn & Co. receive
special notice In the Scinntinc Ainrricnn, and
thus are brought wrdely before tho public without cost to tho Inventor. This splendid paper.
Issued weekly, elecantly Illustrated, has bv iur tlie
Jartrebt circulation of any scientlllc work In the
world.   !��:{ a year.   Sample copies sent free.
Building Kdltlon, monthly, ri.��l a year. Blnele
ccyiles, ��,*J cents. Kvery number contains beautiful plates. In colors, and photographs of new
Jiouecs. with plans, enabling builders to show thu
latest dpslsnis and secure contracti.   Aililri'��q
ilUNN & CO.. NUW YOHK, ."H,1*!   >m.," r . "
mmmMzmmtmm. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  PAGE 3.  ALSO  FULL  STOCK OF  ardware, Stoves, G-raiiitewar  aints, Oils.  w       ,       J      ^      W  o_ooc  cooes  TAILORING AND MESSMAKIM DONE IN LATEST STYLES  h. n: coursier.  LOCAL ITEMS.  will   appear   next  local taxpayers  The company  praise by I he  the   excellent  und fhe court-  ,,     B. "Wrede's letter  ���������week. ,  i '    This is the  last'day  ' Will be allo\Ved a rebate  Doering <fc Marstrand's Teed Lager1 on  'draught at. the, Union'Horel.  Bour-rre Bros, havethis week received  ,a carload of .-toves and tinware. A  car of hardware will arrive next week.  Rev. Father' Peytavin arrived in town  yesterday and will ^celebrate mass in  the "Roman Catliolicchurch to-morrow  at 10.30 a.m.       . ;   '  Some of the C.P.R. employes here  attended ' the funeral of conductor  Elliot, who was killed at Ashcroft last  Sunday.  Whaohas- become of Mr. Gamble, the  Dominion    Govt,   surveyor,   who  wa.s  j'*,     coming here to  have  a"  look   at   the  river bank ?    "      :  '*        ��������� s  Mr. H. J. Bourne declines   to stand  again as, school  trustee.   An  election  (is to he Held to-day,but np to yesterday  no candidates were in the field.  The flag was'hoisted  on  ther,court  ���������- .'house on"Thursday,, it being the anniversary of the coronation ot" nei" Majes-  i'.tv  Queen  Victoria, who was crowned  June 28th, 1837. ,   ;       ,     ,  The nomination of candidates for  the North Riding takes place in Revelstoke Court House next Monday  morning. The election takes place on  Tuesday, July 17th. , -  Mr. H. C.'Stovcl, manager of the  Winnipeg branch of the Toronto Type  Foundry, spent a couple of days in  town arid left on the Arrow Thursday  for* down river- points.  ''Mr. F. LoCasto has introduced a new  enterprise in the shape of Medical Lake  ' salt Lhaths. This is a most excellent  remedy for rheumatism, skin diseases,  chilblains, Sec.:  Tin; case against ,T. H. O'Leary for  assaulting Wni. Glenn last January  came before Magistrate Fraser on  Tuesday, but we are compelled to hold  the evidence over till next week  ''     through want of space. . ,  Sam Bill was. released on bail last  Monday, himself in $500 and his bondsmen (Messrs. II. J. Bourne,' C. Lincl-  rnark, F. 13. Wells and John Stone) in  $���������"���������00 each. Adeline, "the klootehman,,  will be held here as a Crown witness.  We are very glad to, be able to stale  that Mr. Jerry Neagle has returned to  Revelstoke iiitaet. He,was not compelled fo have his leg amputated in  Montreal, .but has had it restored to its  normal condition' by the application of  electricity.  H. N. Coursier has in stock a ware-  houseful of flour from the Lake of the  Woods Mill. This is one of the. best  brands in the country, and gives so  much satisfaction that housekeeper's  who' have once used it will have no  other.  The case against Archibald dime  for assaulting Miss Swift came before  Magistrate Fraser last week, but it  was found that defendant had skipped.  A warrant was issued for his apprehension. We are informed that he has  heen seen irr town since then.  .Mrs. ir.'immond, wife of Mr. S. Hammond, of Bourne Bros., arrived with  her child from Donald Inst Saturday to  take up her residence in Revelstoke.  , Mr. and Mrs. Hammond 'are domiciled  in the new house next to fhe Catholic  church, on .Mackenzie street.  Messrs. \V. JI. Brown arrd J. Jr. Kellie, the two candidates, left on the  steamer Columbia last Monday for  ^-i-Nnkusp, where they addressed a public  meeting on Tuesday, a full report of  which has been received, but too late  for this issue. It will be published  next week.  Thomas Goggins died on Tuesday  - morning at the Senate Hotel, and was  buried irr Revelstoke cemetery on Wednesday. Deceased, who had lost his  left arm,'" had been acting as foreman  under .). 11. O'Leary, contractor on the  Revelstoke & Arrow Lake Railway.  The cause, of death was paralysis of the  leftside.  i, The trains are now running with  something like regularity on thu C.P.R.  The bridge has been rebuilt at the 13th  crossing, and fhe tedious job of transferring passengers, mails and baggage  is a thing of the past,  has been accorded great  belated pas-.cliters for  ti'i'.itmenf, they received  ecj;i-iiii'f'.s of its officials.  CANDIDATES AND CONSTITUENCIES.  The rullowing li.sL shows tlie* c.uulidiilcs who  have buun ulot'tucl to>' acclamation mid llioso  who have boon iioiiiinatc-d in the various di*--  tricts.   M incuns Ministerial, O OpjMiMtion.  EbKCTKD HY' ACC'l,AJr.\TIO:>  COXS'HTUK.NCV.   IfKl'UKMINTA'i'IVE.  11  o  C'owioliaii     JJ<ivie   I  .---  (1       Mutt or   1  ���������  (1  Ksiiuinialr,     lliuffins   1  ���������  0,   ,...    Vooloy   L,  ���������  u  XOMr.VATlOX.S.  c  Constituency.   r   Candid vit.  JI.  ,  o  Cliilliwhack     Cuwluy '.  1  ���������  0  "                Kitchen   0  ���������  I  Coinox ��������� .Hunter   1  ���������  (1  "     Scliarsuliiniclt  1  ���������  0  Delta     Forstci*.'   0  ���������  1  "'     I'uncli' ���������...  1  ���������  0  Dewdney -.     Tjcfovru   '1  ���������  0  "        ."     i-swonl   1)  ���������  1  Kootenay K    linker   1  ���������  0  ",             Suliou   (1  ���������  1  Nanaimo X     Ilryilun   1  ���������  ()    , Smith   1)  ���������  1  Nanaimo City".     Keith    0  ���������  1  *        McGregor   1  ���������  0  Nanaimo S..'.  ]?oyue   1)  ���������  1  ". ���������>       .. * '"Wiilkem..."..  1  ���������  0  ,Xuw Westminster.   Curtis   1  ���������  ,0  "               .    Kennedy..;..  0  ���������  "1  .Vancouver * Anderson   1  ���������  0  i   ",      ,'..<*.     Cotton '..  (1  ���������  1  "           '...    Greer :...  0  ���������  1  .. "..:...v"'Mel-)iersoii...  0  ���������  1       Odium   1  ���������  I)  i    Tatlow   1 '  ���������  0      Williams   1)  ���������  1  Victoria Citv     Heaven    (1  ���������  1       Hraden   1  ���������  0  "                  Cameron   0-  ���������  1       Uulton.^.....  n  ���������  1  ���������   *'      '         Helmokcu   l  '���������  0  0  ���������  1       I'ithet   i  ���������  0  "                 Turner   i  ���������  (1  Victoria N     Booth   i  _*.  (1  ' "               Robertson ...  0 '  ���������  1  Victoria S     Klxirts....:...  1  ���������  II      Carey   1  ���������  0  Useful to' Remember.  1  All our campaigns ought fo be decent  campaigns. All our public men'ouglit  to be treated reasonably and fairly.  Unless the policy of common justice be  pursued by the-,people, the press and  the professors, no honest man will participate in public atliairs. Who is going to give his( time and his talents to  his country if'his chief reward is to be  unfair imputations.' Let Liberals and  Conservatives be made the recipients  of unwarranted insinuations, and the,  result will be a fearful rIoss to the  people. Good men of all parties'will  shun public,life simply to protect their  chracters, arid the conduct.of affairs  will fall into the hands of heelers.���������  Toronto Mail. ,     '  >  The annual public school '"examination took place yesterday. Full report  next week.  Services will be held hi the Presbyterian church to-morrow at 7.90 p.m.  Subject "the prodigal and his brother."  Rev. C. T.  Baylis,   pastor.  Rev. C. A. 'Procunier' will conduct  services in the Methodist Church at  10:30 a.m. and 7:80 p.m. Sunday school  at 2:30 in the church. C. Lindniark, superintendent.  'The Little Store* at the Station  has just received another consignment from England, wliich includes  some very pretty Ladies'Blouses, Parasols awl Lace j Men's Shirts and Underwear, Velveteens, Ladies'I Tut'Pins awl  a fine assortment ot pretty Buckles and  other novelties.  NORTH RIDING, WEST KOOTENAY.  WANTED,  A GOOD  COMHOSITOIi,  at  Mao, Oflice, Uevelstoke.  - Apply  Dominion Day Celebration.  The celebration will commence on  Monday'with a shooting match at the  station'at 9 a.m. Clay pigeons���������Ten  singles; three prizes; entrance 50cents.  Rifle, match���������Seven shots at 100 yards;  three prizes;' entrance-50 cents*. Entries may be made up to 10.30.  ' At one o'clock the athletic sports will  commence irr the lower town, the following being the. events :���������  100 yds. dash, lpt prize 85, 2nd $2.50. Running  king jump, .fi and .*?*-'. Standing tout; jump, ������4  and S2. Running high jump, $4 and &!. Putting  shot, $o ancl -jJ.*' 2-JU yds. race, $5 and ������50.  Throe-lugged race, SI and $2. Sack race, ������2 and  ?1. Eta; and spoon race, **<--f and 52. Obstacle  race, $3 and Sl.ji). Girls' race. Hoys' race  (under 11), prizes, to bo collected. Tug-of-\var"  between Upper ancl Lower Town, prize,* keg of  beer, presented by 0. H. Allen. Entries in each  event, 2.5 cents.    .  Horse and ,pony laces will follow;  distances quartei\of' a'mile. Prizes���������  $25 and'$10; ponies, $10 and $3.  There will be a grand display*of tire-  works at S.30, and at nine o'clock the  annual Dominion Day dance will be  held in Peterson's Hall; admission free  to all.--:..  The lawn tennis tournament will  commence on the lower town court on  Tuesday'"morning at 9 o'clock,'when  the ladies' and gentlemen's singles  will be disposed of., ��������� Ladies' and  gentlemen's doubles,, and match (gentlemen's doubles) will be played pn the  upper town court, commencing at 3  o clock p.m.  Contradicts Mr., Brown's Statement.".  To Editor Kootenay Mail:  Slit,���������I wish to contradict a statement made  by Jlr. W. JM. brown at the meeting held last  Saturday, June 23rd, that two of the directors,  myself and Mr. Wells, called at the Mail oflice  and told you not to publish the report of the'  meeting held on May lath, re Big Bend trail.'  What 1 said was that many of the citizens were  of opinion it was better not to publish the said  report, and we thought ao too.   Yours truly,  Uevelstoke, Juno 29.    JOHNT ABRAHAMSON'.  A Future King.  ��������� The Duchess of York gave birth to a son last  Saturday evening. This boy is in tho direct line  to the tluone, and if he lives long enough will  he ruler of the British Kmpire.  Death of Archbishop Tache.  Archbishop Tache, of St. Boniface, Winnipeg,  died last Friday, having been in a critical condition for two or throe weeks. Tlie funeral took  place on Wednesday. .Father Langevin, parish  priest of St. MaryV.. Winnipeg, is spoken of as  his sticoos-.or. ���������  ,    ��������� - c.  .The Cariboo Stage Robbed Again.'  c Last Sunday a masked man with a rifle held  up the Cariboo stage, going soutli, about three  miles south'of the 150-mile House, ancl compelled the driver to hand over tho express. ,The  iron box was afterwards found not far away  cut open with sharp instruments and the consents, said to be worth $10,000, gone. There are  good prospects of capturing the robber, and  every effort is being made to do so. Dim Mc*  Gillivray, of Vancouver, and W. H. Philps, of  Barkerville, were passengers on the stage at the  time. ,           Assassination of President Carnot.  The President of France was mortally stubbed  about 9.15 la-it Monday evening while returning  from a banquet given in his honor by the Lyons  Chamber of Commerce. The assassin, who is  said to be au Italian Anarchist named Santo,  pushed his way through the crowd nnd sprang  upon tho .steps of the carriage with a large bouquet in his hand, and, drawing a dagger from  the midst of tho flowers, stubbed the President  in the abdomen near the liver. Siinto was arrested. Before ten o'clock the Italian quarter  was .sacked by the infuriated populace and the  Italian Consulate had to be protected by the  police. M. Casimir Perier has been elected  President in succc-wion to M. Carnot.  Awarded  Highest Honors���������World's  Fair  Rf  ;vision court.  ���������vyOTlCB  IS irrcitHIJY CMVKN that}  _1_>     in   accordance   with   the   provi- |  sions  of   an   Order  in   Council,  dated I  Satirrd.-rv, the 2nd of June. LSSH. I shall ;  hold a COURT OF H KYIS TON of lhe |  Voters'   List,   in   the  Court Hems'1,  ar  Ilcvel.-doke. on S.ATl'HDAY,   the 7th  day of July.  IH!M. between the hours of  10 a.m. and ���������"> p.m.  T.  IdYlNUSTOX riAIO,      '  Collector'.  MOST  PERFECT   MADE.      .  A pure Gr.ipc Cream of Tartar Powder.   Free  from Ammonia, Alum or any otficr adulterant.  40 YEARS THE STANDARD.  Death of James Peebles.'  Jaincs Peebles died on Wednesday at 1 a.m.  at the Central Hotel, Uevelstoke, where ho had  been staying for some months past. Ho had  been,, ill .with dropsy and liver complaint for  about three months, but'was able to walk about  up to two weeks ago. A large number of citizens attended the luncral on Thursday, and thu  ltev. C. T. Baylis, Presbyterian,'officiated at the  graveside. Deceased was born in Dundee, Scotland, in 1857, and came to America in 1874. He  followed .the CP.it. construction, as boarding-  house keeper, through Western Ontario and the  N.W.T.. He worked for MoGillivray lost winter on the It. and A. L. It. One of his sisters is  Mrs. MoNaughton, of Quesnellc, wife,of the  H.B. agent at that place; another sister resides  in Dundee, and his brother is a furniture dealer  in New Westminster. Deceased leaves some  real estate in Calgary.  Gold & Silver Extraction  THE CASSEL COLBTIxTRACTING GO. L?D  , OF CLASCOW  , (The MacArthur-Forrest Cyanide Process)  Is prepared to negotiate with Mine-owners andi others for the Extraction of the'  above Metals from the most Refractory Ores, and to Treat and  Report on Samples, up to one ton in weight, sentto'its  EXPERIMENTAL WORKS, VANCQUVEr!  B.C.    ,  ���������  r c,        ,       ---������-   -    ���������     _ _  All communications to be addressed to the Superintendent���������       '      "     '      ,  ,   W. PELLEW HARVEY, F.O.S.,  .   '    '  ASSAY AND MINING OFFICES,' VANC0UArElL u  (AU kinds of Analytical Assay and Mining* "Work undertaken.)  FOR SALE,  GOOD PETEUBOKOUGH CANOE, with two  paddles.���������Apply C. M. Field. Senate Hotel,  Uevelstoke. Ju30  , FOUND <!  On Monday. May 11th. on tho  river bank, a  GOLD PLATED WATCH.   Owner can havo it  by proving his property and paying expenses.  ��������� 1        CHARLES ABItAriAMSON,  1 Central Hotel, Revelstoke.  PROCLAMATION..  ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF KOOTENAY,  WEST, NORTH RIDING.  To Wit : '  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given,  ' to the Electors of the Electoral  District of Kootenay, * West, North  Riding, that in obedience' to Her  Majesty's Writ to me directed, and  bearing date tlie second day of June, in  the year of Our- Lord one " thousand  eight hundred arrd ninety-four, I require the presence of the said Electors  at the Government Office, Revelstoke,  on the second day of July, at 12 o'clock  noon, for the purpose of Electing one  frersori to.represent them in the Legislature of this Province.  The mode of Nomination of Candidates shall bo as follows :���������  The Candidates shall be nominated  in writing, the writing shall be subscribed by two registered voters of the  District its proposer and seconder, and  by three other registered voters of the  said District as assenting to the nomination, and shrill he delivered'to the  Returning Officer' at arry time between  the date of the Proclamation and one  p.m. of tlie. day of nomination, aud in  the event of a poll being necessary such  poll will be operr on the seventeenth  day of July, at  Government Office, Revelstoke.  Government Office, Nakrrsp.  Record Office, Illeeillewaet.  Lamey's Store, Thomson's Landing.  Glacier House.  Record Office, Trail Creek.  Rohson Hotel, Robsorr.  Geo. Bang's house, Fire Valley.  S. Walker's house, Trout Creek.  Sanderson's Hotel, Hot Springs.  Cummings' Hotel, Hall's Landing.  Record Office, Trout Lake-  Big Bend���������  Carries Creek Mining Co.'s building.  Government Store, Downie Creek.  Consolation Mine, French Creek.  of which every person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Revelstoke,  the twenty-second day of June, one  thousand eight hundred and ninety-  four.  J. 13. GRAHAM,  .lleliwn iny Officer.  DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION./  1 IA '  '   OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO '      .    ��������� 1  PROGRAMME' OF THE" TENNIS  TOURNAMENT  ���������   "    to be played at Revelstoke on  " TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1894..  , " ��������� '   ���������  There are entries for four events, namely:���������  LADI   S' SINGLE  . .    ���������   -  GENTS' SINGLE  LADIES' AND GENTS' DOUBLE  TTTTT!   QAME   OF TBIIE  TD^TZT  REVELSTOKE TOWN  VERSUS '' ���������   '  UEVELSTOKE STATION.  Suitable prizes have been purchased arid will be awarded to the winners of tlie  various events.  The Tournament will begin at nine o'clock on the,morning of Tuesday, tire'  3rd July.    For all further particular's apply to  Dr. E. H. S.'McLEAN,  "W. F. CRAGE, ,  T. LIVINGSTONE HAIG.,  DOWN FROM BIG BEND.  The State of the Trail.  . George Laforme's paektrain arrived  dowrr from French Creek early this  week and left agairr on Wednesday.  The recent high water did not do arry  damage to the ' Consolation urine  beyond what we reported a month ago,  when Messrs. Sweeny arrd Sand came  down. The fall of a mudslide had  dammed back the water- till it overflowed and carried away their buildings  at the surface, but the" interior of the(  mine was not damaged. It will cost  about .$2,000 to replace the houses and  build a dam. This work is being proceeded wilh. i  The trail was in a bad condition  ���������owing to washouts and nearly all the  bridges being carried away. McKen/.ieV  gang had rebuilt them all with the  exception of Downie Creek, where the  packs had to be ferried over1 and the  animals swam across. The lower end  of the trail was in excellent, condition  up as far as 15-mile point, where there  were about 2\ miles to be done before,  reaching the clear, level ground which  continues all the way to Curno's Creek.  1 a distance of ,'!() miles. Crowle's gang  I were at work, and would reach Game's  Creek within a week from that time.  This gives 80 miles of good Wail.  Revond that the route was r.*'i,thor  "rcSckv."      ,  Full line of Ladies' & Gentlemen's  BOOTS  & SHOES  AT  li N. COURSIEB'SL THE KOOTENAY 'MAIL  T;j'7    TIir:V    ".MTF-*    s T  THAW/~i1-T'C  Tj-oM.-os's   LanIjIXO, .Julie ^Is������t.  Tbe nev, I'.'^iii i'o*nl. it.) T' out Lake  i*> j���������!������������������ >.'in -,-":ip^ rapid! \, .but J fe.*.r lb"  ;i'iiiniu' ,:v;',il,ib!c...*it pv.-'.en'. for- cn.'i-  .-x\ .u i iucil'.i-* load will be,ill u-,e<l up in  fil.'ci.l It ii ti.iys. and ������\ ill be onlj -,-uJ*ii< i-  <.*,n I.i iv.nh l*-i.ii'.������. c .tbin. abcuil fnur  mik-i from TIk-uim-ii'-. The luirL in  <jfe-.itv.il i- b'-ioji v\e)i ilepe :md tlie  ;.-,* nie-,..ml ro.nl'i-.'d. so i'.n1. ar e ,. i'l*'- it  si'.-.il in tie". tb.iM i rAj-c, li'il, inn! ! ;.'u  -.il.- tl.e ;���������,!.'.'!. \\'*.'*:i comi'li'led, vviil  lii-i'.t1 I'm- oi   ihc   iine-,1   di'ives   in   the  ' i-ms'ii ������������������_-,. .Mc---���������:-. t3t.ii.m ,inil Thoin-  .-iiii i'i(,-,.,'r! i'i l-ihiii in ." lew v.igt^ns-  and l.iimnif., ,!.-��������� j-.'.o.i a,- tlie road i-i i-hjii-  1'h'led. ,  M.'   .^luri'iiy,   who   i-,  now   in.ina^c'V  for ill"  tSl.e k    i'lini.-   Aibjing   Co.. In-;  , ;i j;ri:i^ iii si:' :;;'.',   Mirk   ! ..Liil'i out ore.  .ind *,'.':)'��������� inn on ",'V") ,'1 more ,i- t-.ni in ,*ir>  tool*- .ii, 1   mat ��������� In- ;���������" i ,;'���������   be.  lin    ei.iiio.     ylr.   I.v.i Iciii",-   j  miili .i '.:.;>   l"   lhe   ti'iii I.   rriiii-e  l,-',-,t ���������  Mt-ft-i:   '.vi'ii   .-.i.])*.!ie-.   :i,,d  will   maki'  i  a.1 ioi ia i1 I'.i-.iiui1! r.w wit li a In;:,! oi" tool-, j  .Mr*. Muriiby i- very niln ion-, to ni.ike ;i i  ,r" V  =ts,    Wzxs^  il ry c^LJf ')i  .-hijmi.iil -.-���������I'ore at lllv ".li'lie*:,! |,o--.ible  jin.T-.ii 1,1'.     ��������� Ie r-a-, .*. onee :i few ear lo:ul.i  The natural terminus of the wago'n  road about to be con.struoted.frpm  Arrow Lake to Trout Lake Gity,  thereby tapping1 the famous Lardeau mining' district. 0  1 \ V V KVANSPO RT ! .OTS,' because they are for sale at such  moderate prices that when the rise in their value (which must  ' come) takes place, the profit on' your investment .will be proportionately irrtiat. "    ���������>  TV- ''!]\\iil> BUY NOW, he-Cause it is not'intended, to offer these Lots at  their present low price for .long,' and you "may as well benefit  by the rise  in prices.  ,, '' Lots from $25 to $100.,    ���������  ' .  '3L. HAIO"5 Revelstoke, E.G. '  ^W**^   ,  EDIEIR   &c  %  ELLS,  POST-OFFICE STORE.  U  .i-T-K-^ff-  iil" hijji-t-j^j-ii.ie ni'* li:i- been .-hipped miV  I fie rvjiiy pioii o!" !],,- e,uii*< will lje t1.*--  !.*.bli^l,i-(l.  ' L.iU'hi ih'.vs from 'Trout l.nlve City  I'vjiorl ,*il! well, ;ilul tlift no ii.unfile  w.i-.   -.iiif.'i-id    1>\''.m\ one   from    liiyli  I noiiee i,-, Vo-.'.i' i-Mic of tbe Kitb inst. ! For the Flv Pest last year will be i^'lad to learn' that it can be  ���������". ���������.-ommiiuic'Lt inn ,1'roii!   .Mr. Mil. .\������l.iir ' -���������-,.. -  ;iboii! lhe iioc'xlil!" of   f o**.1, n'-iile*-, ou (lie  THOSE WHO USUI) ,    ,  ,  TA-NG-LE&'GOT FI/2". PAPER  .\oi ! he ,i\\ jk: in  ,i:r -> itiii,!1  mci'M,-, iii'e net iu,i.'i.!i-:|i whit t he biel.-;  I viiituie to  eoi.i r.itliet, ,*i lew of (hem.  Xo one ever s.iid   (lie   whole of   liviiiit;-  jiori   was   n'iidi.'i    w.-iter. but   the sl,:it,e-  meiil that L'ni\le:iu'wjis no more under  will���������������������������.' tlr.'rn  Tliiaii.*,on"*s   T^::!rlinj>*   i,s  n  b,ire-l;lt-c*,l,   b.ild Ire.tiled  I'.-ilsehooi!,  for  '  I titify,j\tr.,.-\(l;tii or anyone, else to find  ti lot,  in   lire   jilot  ol"   bind   known  ;is  J.srrde.iu (;ity t-i,*u'* w.i1*, not under writer-,  while  i'i1"'  v. hole of  ilealon  A: Thoni-  ��������� .Miii'-, In nd. except about hull' nn Here of  low ^iiiimd   near the  small  Like  \v.-i-,  ,\v:ih iree fiom Liie wntei-sof either Fir,]).  Cicck   or'   Anow   Lake,   being  bench  land '.similar    Lo   that,   at   .Uevelstoke,  <;   Htation.    ('oiiMtlerable aiiiusenient ha-  beeri   matle   ;\.l    I\Ir.   Adair's   e\]ieiist>  ,'ihoul, thai, very   fishy Ji'i.sh   (U'eekjam  ,~l,ory for in ivali(,y no jam existsexcejit,  in .Mr. Adair'.-, mind.   How in the name  (       of com in on  sense could a jam   iu Pish  ('reek raise i)\v v.'aters of Arrow Lake  .-,o that ..Mr. lieu  \Vi*c*dc*.*> ^no-t-i could-  . , wi'il up tho lake. land on the roof of his.,  , kitelieunnd walk millionth the upstair  '        windows-'    In ju.itit'e to Mr. Adair Ire,  , denies havinir;  wriiten   the jam  story  and "-ays the editor of 'the .Mail must  have   iiuinul'actui'ed   it,   himself.    ]\Ir.  ���������j Adair .may bea liiyh   iiiiiek-a-mu'ck ut,  *-*f Ilevelrsloke and. nail's   Landing, and is  *���������"    doine eon-.ider.rlile  tooting*  beeause'he  JM������ K"t a |i'-tl>  hoss-shi]), but, as he has  '       no inter i'.-,!,-, I'.ere and we  think we can  run Thomson'.-*   Lauding ourselves we  will be obligedttj  him if. in   future, he'  <      jvill  rel'i-ain   fi om ' intei-roring*  in   our  .���������ill'airs.���������Yours trulv,  J.^V. TirOM.SOX. '  IM*"!*. Acl,*cii*'-i lclier clti'c- not ,Niy lli.it, tin; jiuii  on J'-islLd-Ufk cui-ctl lln>"i)\-c*illi)u uf L.inlo.ui.  If Mi*. 'I'lioin-cni will rt'iul (li.it lott-i- 'i^iin lie  *\\ ill -.ut; it, ro.uls us Itill'uws : " 'I'lii*- ocurJkcv  fi'nin l'"r-,li Civcjk ciuLUi*-, up iie.u* tlie c.uij on, anct  "-tho wtitor liitf, uM't'-in'ciil Uitj new wiutiin mart  near Kuviisjicrt, .met ,iUo Mr. Tliinii������uir.>, rnucli,  cnsi. of tlio curt uf tlio Arm. Jlr. It. Ounclcll's  ruiKili mid spvaral utlicih .iltintr Kisli Ci*oc;k nrt;  nrelty Wull Irrigutrtl." Mr. Aclnii* ncvor inui-  inittcil tliat l..u*tlu.ui wni, Monticd on nruiiiinl of  llie.j.mi un i'"i ���������.11 C'ivcI**, lint In'slutlm1 does slntc;  dial the,i,<iii li.ul ,i' Ki*������*iit deal In do wilh jlu1  1 , rliwiilint? ciE tlu1 wnynn' rond unci ii portion of  Kivn-liorl. - l**d.|  i up:  i   I   1 L~������  Procured -ii^ain this Season at  REVELSTOKE    PHARMACY.  TUh* SEASON, FULL c  ^HIF^BS5 ap:OT   BBE-R '  ��������� is ������i''jiin at Imnil.: 25 rLs. lnnkc^ o p;aj]ous.     r\ i   NEW STOCK O"? PERFUaiSS, SOAPS, TOOTH AND HAIR* BRUSHES, ETC.  jents'.' FuFiiishingS;  iitioiiePY,      ������  i /.*��������� c/  Medicines  AM. TOILET ARTICLES of eyepy deseription."   '     - .,  St-       J 1  U->Q   f  Oil  n  r  r% f~-  y i^J.  Kjr^-fvi  '������a  $ltj  'SHIRTS.and. SHOES.  *T.  j  , "   NOTARY   PUBLIC   -   -   REVELSTOKE,  B.C:  Mining and Real Estate Broker, and General Com:  mission "Agent. ,       ,    '���������  FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.  ' it  ���������*  Reoresen'tative of the Kootenay Smelting* & Trading'Syndicate.  A'   ., _: :o:-  '      .   " ������     ���������  A     i AGENT FOR TIIK FOLLOWING TOWNSITKS':      ''  TROUT LAKE CITY, .EVANSPOR.T,," KASLO . CITY AND KAKUSP.  .DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,  ������0  Hi  i n  [ESERVEO  KOI l  :o:-  :o:  ,t i  A-ID^sTEl UT I S'AMIE 3^"T  WHOLESALE LiOUOR  ������������������WINDOW -BLASS ANY. SIZE'UP. TO 38x48.  ER:FUSE-ANDCAPS  ! WESTERN M  THE DONALD  SHOOTING CASE.  At, (ho Victoria sprinfi; Ahsi/.cs 11,-ii'old  l!(.'("ls;*r,*i-ve \v.\-, ChiihI t^uihy'ot' womul-  'ing John i-Jai'i' at, Donalu," on Lho i'^rd  Doi-c-iiii'c.1*1 lasL. 'I'Iutu wen1 three  counts-- to tlie iinliet.n^ent���������.-hooiintr  j-, with intent, 10 Timi'dci1, wiLh ir.ti'iit   io  do gi ic\ oii^ Ixidily iiiii'iii, and with  wounding���������])i'i->onei* Ikmiij? found ijuill y  Ki\\ tlu1 lahl, count.  John l-S.-'i-r'h dcpfisition .set  forth t-liab  'oeinu* with t.lie  accused  in tlie FiM-rc^t ,  jIoum1.    i lonald. tlie oveiiiiipC  in  (jue.-,- ;  lion a disjuite nt'os-c  bel-.vee'n tln-tn   ii������ )  to the relative merits 01 varum-; nationalities mid finally UedtiJ-.-u e ,i.-\ed hnn |  tojrodown lo  ihc  lank  and  settle it. ,  "fiaiT  wunt  out,  \\*ilh   hini.  and  when ;  liiey  <;iii, Minii' , iHI yards   down   the  track. Ked^i-ave  said'11 I think I m.e'e j  ami-take: you are a bitter  man than  ,nii'. and I iU-i!*i  know   thai [ can fis;ld, j  you.**    Bart*   said   in   reply,    "'I   don't j  i.hink you can,"' and told accused en her \  io " come on and iisjht,. or come  back!  , fonicnt,  tin;  crowd  and 's.i\    you   are I  nil-aid lo jiu'lit me."'    Uedi_'ra'\ e answer- ,  ed. "All rit;*)it. we will ^ii'lucK."'    They '  liirned   hack.    On' I he   way   [{������������������dtrras'e  ((.ski-d, '"You're not takinjr me luik'in (  make   a   fool   of   nie*-"     liarr  repiiou,  "No. Sied^i-ave. I iinnk you are making '  ;i damned fool of yourself."    Hed^rave ���������  w.is walking l.eiiind al lhe lime anil as '  I5,irr Iooki-il back he receivi d   the  .sliot, '  in his far, .  Ile.-aw lhe ������������������ u.un '" la pisLoi;  alter Mi"-linl.     \)i J'dihimI ihi'ii walked i  i    back inward-the liou-e.     I le-aw-, after ,  the   -lioi. . iiri-oner   hol.tinu   tiie  ^iim I  liy/'.'   on   hnn.     Depuneni   knew  thai  l,'eii*jri*a\ e. lieimr a police odicer. had im  luKilie-, Ijj li^iil, but   depo'li'lll     won!*)   ,  mil ii,i\ e Lfi'i'.t-mil   uiil'.���������   In- intended  '     to liu'lil.      Ilidlifit  liMlc.'i   I'edtsrase.  Ai ihur Kd*_r"'- d'-pn-itlnii -i.if, (Mliat  '  he had met ihi'ineii   un   11 -i- u.ick'anil |  Ju.-lid  flan   -.)"..  "  Vmii   i un,.1   nack    up  |nv, ii   and   -, !   tin ai  i"ij,    m,i ,; will be '  ll!l I ii/ht. ' .ilaLI ii 'i.ri.l\     had avTi i i d tn  ibis.     Tl),-|,   he !n .i|,|_!_h._-_ s|,|i  -{i.i,   mil  -aw  ! !al r -1 *!,_;.'*. t .  \\". J. L.ii'm li '.I !'��������� >,,i ih,   ii,   n lal!- -  iny b'l s :.i  i'i ��������� '���������--���������   ih,' -    ,,i ii An i b,.  Ji ii-ii jo will .     )!��������� il'.1 ��������� a , ������������������ b'i I    ' l'l \i   "   i  JIHl  fiplll   Hi!   i'l'It ! ,, I',.��������� *.,   ill III - |, i -il mm.  Tic li j,ii -ii I. -11 ni I f i,' iii l!> il_ i i\. ,  tin- |<l l-i.Mi'j1.  -la'".! li.,|i   ill,   ,b   pel.   i  i  I he    In-ii e    j|,    ci,,, -!.,,   - m   ,d|    i*,i i,,-, ,  W'lem    Iia, ,    - -id   be  v ��������� uli! Iciii  le*,!-  j.'r.'i\i'   had   -.;rd   tiiil,-    '.'.,, ,   low   be,'   ,i  /iowil.  and   "\\i   would <^i, iln.v n In l In   .  tank   .ou\   b,\i*  il  iiiil."      \\ hi n ont ,|i|i   ,  JJi-d'jiaM   ,i-l.i'd   i! or i'' li<   w.i    L:i>in*.c i.  In   C'liiji.   ami  -.lid  fl'.'i!   ie     'l'f"l'_:I.i i ej  wa-   ;;wjii;r   tw   di'iiii-r.     f i.i i-i- a'l-wi ii d     Aytnt for   Watei ou������ Engine Company.  he u a - ia'"���������"��������� -4 do Wn In fiuiil ,ii t It'  lank.  JI'd-ji a s*e   llaii   -li>p|*'.I and i final r ed  ��������� hat    In1   w a -  on! '.* jn>. iii.^. as he W'ldd  not   (i-r 111    in   bis  pn,ition,   which   he'  would   not    ri ,k.      Then   he  oiler, d  In,  Jrci:    i'    liarr   wi-nl    back   w it h him to  fll"     holel.       Man-    a^iee.I.       \\',i|kiiiS.f  li,n k   dep'iii,'iit   had   his   hand-   iu   his  jineki't -.   I iarr '-1 ria-k him ou I he i-he-l. I  making depnnenl   .sla^^ei-   up  a^.iinsl  '  i lie -nw,v and broke   hi-,   hands   out   oi  iii-    poi I e!-.   u jib   : In-    -.-.-i,!t    Mi.ii   a '  ,-,'iial! pi-t.i| in oil"   ol   i;j-,   iiand-   W"nt  jiIV.     lie (lid i-oi  i!iin'<   li,cn   i'l.r,',-   va-, ,  Jiuii and did miii know till   niifrwanl  FLAT IRON ALL SIZES.  DENVER   AND.   NAKXJSP.  .u���������G COT (LTD.  j;i/)Uk  'SIKJK'I'S  HM.W  MATS  jaBucnassmaiaux     _    _   .  ,  DEALER IN  koli.i-;!) oats  ' corn mj-:al  P.ACON  ���������      lil'TTHR  1  4UST fi^o- ahead I  H-:i:i) win-.at        \.(U,s  II.W I'O'V \'l Of'.S  I-'KI'ITh. f.ivl \'I-;(.KTAIJI,I':^ o! ;.[| kirxl  GROCERIES a-" KINDS.  YOUR CUSTOMSOL1GITBD.  A;cnt for   Watei ou������ Engine Company. Hpelfclit "Wagon Co/njinny  If you want to reach tho People in the North  Riding of West Kootenay  ADVERTISE      11ST  The ���������*��������� Kootenay ���������:��������� Mail.  W !���������:   !)(J  tyo������^/,,,tl^ flm ;"bLAo.o o fit - a a a H*.  .in-ill1!*. I.lie si-am. bejn*.' ruioei   be oi',- I !,e i ���������������������������'/��������� , ^.".    ������������������  *" ���������v" I W  -,}/i>  .'.-. ���������,.,'������ i,..'.-i.' i /--rJDAT   HONEST   PRICES, , **" (  BECAUSE it is the metropolis of a district whose  ;    mines,' besides  being- fabulously rich in Silver,  carry &   larger percentage  of GOLD  than any  silver-lead, mines on the American continent.  BECAUSE nearly all the mines are within a 12-mile  radius of the townsite, and the routes to them all  converge in Trout Lake Gity.  BECAUSE during' last winter several of the Lardeau  mines were being steadily developed in spite of  the slump in silver, and large quantities of GOLD  were taken out of Lardeau Creek within the limits*  of the townsite.  Price of Lots   Corners, $150;   Insicles, $100.  APPLY TO H. 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