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 <&��������� ...  ���������-  ;������g    ry  (���������  l?t ^/*k  >*  li~������  piri  I--*  ^ W^y M >  ft/^'  VoL  o.-  -No. 46.  v  /  ���������.-ui i  TI  ;LST0,KR WEST KOOTENAY,. 13.C, MARCH,  n.  131)7.  o>9 n  0  a Year.  X^arclea-j  I a-  L  .MtllKAU is ill .1 serine perhaps the  newest of West Koolonay mining  divisions. Although tin; first  claim- were located on Lli<* 2!)lh  of Julv, lSSl2���������the Black Bearnud Kangaroo by T. Downing *ntd M. Kinney���������  iinil wi'ic followed by other discoveiies  in''Oil, ceitain events I ht'ii occurring  con<*pired to keep it'L.-u-k   till '0.3. when  a start wa������ again in  ;u7<  At  Hi  llllK-  of the early diseoveri'*s in Lardeau the  whole district wa-* being search.-d fur  iniiietal, hut when the-lump in silver  ciinic, it severely lri'i-t every 'silver ca'iri;*  in the country, shaking even the gr".it  Sloc;ui��������� which im account of its for-  v.ard .state stood it, best,, an.I ���������llinn'-.'t  suspended operations i-vi rywhot e. In  'S>i, tin* following year, heavy stnims  and floods! visited the district, and in  Lardcau wa-Jolt so badly by blocking  up and washing out what trails .mil  bridges theie wore, permission was given  claim holders to restnke. Cunsupient-  ly, as before stated, lit.lle was done in  Lai-dean till'05, when n  renewal of in  terest in its giva  I  led  <*i*s   ;i}2;iiti   eegnn.  In 1MX5, this intetesL intensified, and  four times the nurnbei-of'ejaiitis located  the previous yeai; were -WiLed in this-,  ,the first, year when general prnspei ling  began. All thiough the winter of lust  year and up to the presout'timo, the  inlet erst in the divi-dun has-1 een general, and since the first of tl.e new  year, no less than ^lai.WOof bonds and  transfers oil and in piopei Lies have la-  ken phu e  will make daily trips   to   all   principal  point,.** in l.ai-de.iu  l������ilYS������'.\L l*'K.\TtrjJI*S,   i-*tc.  Inside the division it self, the aoeossi-  bilir y does not slop, as fiom lhe aim of  lhe lake .-1 L.u ib'.iu up the great,   Fi-h  Ilivei-lies n main valley foi-.-i.--t v mile.-.  l'������  .f thi  s, *};oi'S'ii wagon   ioaui  which for  to a point on (lie river above  L'.venty miles is navigable water and  which is fed by a succe.-sion ol .-I reams  ou w Iiic li ,-n e  -ittialid   the   mail)   loca-  tions  tl  ie country.  A chin lei-  for a  railway (lo be commenced  within   two  y-*  ������������������-)  i.ls'now' been applied for in  rim  from deep water al Galena Hay on   I lie  UP  Arrow    Lake   ii|>   this    v alley {  wlit*i-e it would be easily stipj  ilied  ore fi-oin the ili'r'.'i-en!  di ml  with  ���������eks.  (!l  e Ileal!   or' each   erei  rally a gl.icier which feeds it aipl   gives,  aplentii'iil. i * i ti (.-oi.tiniioii.s w.-itet .-apply  ail   purpose-.  H f  stlhicient lot- .-ill mining uses I or a  The   limber.' too, i*  long  of proini-iiig up;ie-!i-an(-e   were sl.-iked  on this creek bile last summer.  BOYO CIHKEK.  More claims aie located on Hoyd  Creek than on any other in, thi*- di-  vi-ion and some of lhe claims have as  good Mii-face -bowings as any in (lie  district. The famous Glengarry group  is located at the heuiLof this creek, nud  on some of the claims there is to he  .-een some high'grade galena nmnir.g  2(K) oz. in silver, with wmi' cojijier. But  lil tie work has been done here lor want  ofliail-., .One,was puillj put in last  fall and will he finished tin- spiing  when a good deal ol work will follow.  Tho Glengarry and, Prince Rdw.nd  have just heen bonded and the Ciirbun-  ate gi oii|> on the same lead has,' been'  bought. The ii"\v purchasers expect  to do -i large aniomiL of week on these  piopcriies.  A unrulier of good claims were slaked  on Boyd Clock la* t summer some of  which carry high gi.ide galena. This  pai t ofpish Greek will be 'thoroughiy  pi-o-pccti'd in the coming sinnmer.  r.tC-nOUHAL C'JUOHK.  Very lit tie pi o-spool ing has- yet  boon  Donald Doing--.  -The citizens of Donald met last Monday 'night to put iii.-hane tbeir demands on Ihe Pi ovincial Gnvoi-ninenl.  Tbe principal  topic  and  one  that, all  th  e speakers spoke  most  feelingly 'on,  was the disgraceful condition of the  public .school, which is not only enlii-e-  ly'too small hut d.-ingoiousl v unsanitary.    Tiie school leachei-staled that the  M<-I><  Greek but   a   group  time to ciinic.  Tl  le IllOlllllai!  thi  grand Selkirk-, winch coming tip I'm in  the   Slocan   t>o  through   th  dean  ith a N. N. \Y. trend.and then  go on  to lllecillewaet. The format ii  ui ).- eniel-  ly li  -.i.'Ll  e, granite a  ild  ind  of claims were located near its mouth  last- summer. They are the Capper  Oliief, Lovelv Dove ;nid   Last  Chance;  place wa-  overci owi  led  i! <Ii.it ih  was no seating i oom'for the chiMicn.  Ileal-o wanted as-hlance the same a ���������  othei places' with a- many children.  T  lie (ioctor repea  ks   tii.it,  (i*d t be school muster'.*.  I in*   school    house  was  i-eniai  over crowded and b.idlv veiitihi led am  from a sanilai v poinf  oi  '  Ot  sidered il   d.iugei-ous.  declai ed t ii.it. cliil.ii en   given  places iu  the school were seated on logs of wood,  i Jew   he   ftill-  ncl"   -peakei-s  il  and that'll' large  number  woiihi be soon .  ehil.hen  lif-ihle. aiid there was  no where to put tli"in. , A suong re-o-  lntion wa- (hen made drawing tin', al-  teiition of the K<\neat ion mini-ler to  the matter.    Oilier'.v.int.s of the   jihu-e  A Sensible M^ssag-o.  In vetoing tii*;   Coiii*,s   aine.iidineiit,  J^rewirJent     Ck'M;lan(i   says:      'c \Y]  we coiisK  lor th  ill  k;ii  (*sf*  piop.isii ions   or   tll(  in conu'-ctioii wilh om  long no  ith  ;*in   iroiilKT  and   tlie    l;i  'dates  iin'i   ten itci ie*,,   ofti'ii.  ouiiuiii-ies  hut  an  llll.ILilll'U  Hue  sep.iratin-r   lliem  i.Ik* jSi itjhl" dominions,   and   lee.-dl 'the  I'i ieiiulv inteicoiii'-e lielNU-en (he people  who aie ne.g.ilioi-s on  either  MCI.  thu  lull  lilecting   ! hem  ibei.tl,  nariow  pro". IsloiiH t;t   t nis .  imiVi In; i nyari'lffj  and    tiii-Aiiieriiui).     The   icairlents   of  lliosc; Males and territm ic-.s have seiiiii--  ate.  ii). in  (jspeci.il    lnleiests    wlneli    in  IIH  cases niiiiit* iiilcicliriirj:  ,1  liei\\e<>n tlieir ]ii'n]i!u ano I beir,, alien  tieiglih.ir-, m(i-.t iiujioi laiit,1 fif.jrieuliy  with lhe arh.iu'.igc largeiy in i'.iM'i' of  our citi/i-ns.  i lus sti-.  ���������*l -,   t in*   inex  pediency o  11ie:.e. col  1.!  r f������������K-  uiicrtcreiice   witn  cl ii i*  ns wljeii not. n'veisurv lo  the    col i eel :oli    i  a sitlisliinU.il. evil  ailectl.ig   the  iCIU.  we.  .ue.  ,''ti������-!.  'irnpo'-'ed  such as roads and   brio  mil   oiliei'  impi-ovomenL*  wi  ail   di.-ciisL"ed and  resolution*  tssed calling .-.I lent ion.  Il  was not lcealil.!  Ilia)  ���������fereii  minutes of a similar*  la.*  to   Hi-  yea i  t hev  ire in an i������a-y  il.  ce li  i-k  and  as would be expected   the, i-h.UMcici of  I I. L  I li" ores   l  s silver-lead   wilh   gi;  il  copper, In all. or nearly ail, leads open,  ed in Lai dean, copper and'gold have  been found in large paying  quaulilie-  l-iin well in gold, silver.-mil copper.  ���������KAHJ-13C^UKiC.'  On (he main lead on this creek, the  Consolidated Sable Greek jiiniug Co.  haw ft fin' pio'ni-iug pro'pei-f ies named  tlieAgne-, Luck*. Jack, Kootenay Slur  I  id  Sleph.inii  The   company  lia\  th the silver-lead  .1  is I'eai  lv all the new loci  t'.cins will lie ojM-ued, .-.lid as all tne new  -purchaser.- expect, to develop, and in  s-orne cases ho]-,e to ship ore, the pres-  1'iit year will be one of tremendous uc-  tivitv in Lardeau'atid in.iki: il   one, of  the I  ng camp  sfif t  ie cciilit I'  Then  not a \estige o  f doubt but that, heloii'  the lull uf hv<.,-7.  ihi.-'di\ i.-iou .of' \Ye.-l  kootenay wi  I! 1  ive tiiidergone a   won  'tier fill change',   ai.d   he   just   as , weli  known as Trail Creek or the Slocan.   .  It. now presents one of the   giandest  ���������npeningst,!!)  or investor.  il.  e ilisti  ict lor   pi ospi'di  It I  l.l- -int i.eeil   |)l o-peel-  0 *  oil .do one-eighth ,Ll������i* extent.'o! * the  other,di.-tricls, yt sulTb-ieut li,;s been  done lobhow it worthy of eveiy nllon-  tion.    To tho-e who thi- year come in-  in iif--rc.i-i.-i! ion wi  (hi*, fin t, is one that is gi\'ing it.��������� great  alti i.t.ii.u from siuev.d in\e.-tors oj trie  U. !���������  so far-, gii to the 'ton   about $2") on au  avoi ;>,ge (as much   as   tin -,(.   Iiu.--I.-iml  been,slow in developing their properly  hul if woi ked'in a miner-like niani.rei*  will no doubt prove to be valuable.  Ot  ei  ciaiii) - o  ii Sal .lo Crock, are > the  id 1'higk.i.d.    The gold amienls  Con'i.-htiiaii  JJes-,10,  s"cnl ish'  d tlu-  ouj.per   leaches  li-om  70  lo 15%. 'Ihe  sil vet-lead, i--.'Ko   woilhvi.r' gi  in characier ol  the oi es-  eiii,, lio-  :- I hey go ,lroiii\'10lo:-;t,0 .mines in , mii-inei'   ol    (l.iilils   wi  JNl.-tid, (on .-.-11110 lead as the Sable Creek  Company's i-laiiu.-), also the IJi'itanni.i  and Red Star.  OTI1KII S1*CI'10N*3.  I  On tlie N'. E. Ann of Anow'Lake���������.-i  isl  ���������io   staked   k  d i;l  in/ >  (iuntil il v   w liiih ' yc'u :nu  ] hilt lil lie W<>! k  has- vet  d till  same   i-l.iun.s   wen  omul in e.iun.  Tb  us snow-, wiiiit  Di.  aid has s-eceived ..I. tin  ids of it- rep-  i-e.-etit.-tlive ,-ind should   clear  il.  of the  stigma, applied to Ea A ivooienav gen  eral 1-.  ,f he  D  oiia:  lias  never heen in favour with  11*    ]lOlV0l'a  but. will yet hiive to he reckoned   with.  Our resolutions will go forward atonce,  11rl if. thev do not ineel   wi  I hi  unfriendly iegiskiiiou as  .-oulr: liaidly fail to ]������!o'������oke toi���������ili.il<>r\-  measures t'i the injury of m .ny of our  ciii/o'i-s who'iinw find eiiiploymeni'in a  fiiieign soil, and its opeiatidns would  result in h.uiii lu oui'n'citii'.ens."  On   Wednesday   Lhe   ii  SOUTHERN KOOTEK.  Happenings of Interest Amongst its  Tl  T  ie  Various Camps.  TUMLCKEKK.  -..ias-cut rs in ore again.  'Ifteen fee  t of  f  oro is >io\\  loi  ic* seen  ite  ljear.  in iho Wlr  A recent -.unfile' from tlie Juliet-  wi-nt i--?.6 iu gold.  The final ji.i", ineiit on il.e Coxey  bond ii.-is- been made.    J t w as 5-1,000.  A cotlti.icl  has been  let   for   .?.J,500  woi'tlr oi work (o he floilo on llifi ELLol'  i,  gnmp.      ' ,  f.,i*it .-e-s,i,vs front the froii Colt shr-w  i.iiiie;- of,."?Ifi. The oie body fiom  which ihese a-,s.'i';,>, ,-u." taifen   is   enor-  lill/'IS. o n  .SLOCAN".  .Tlie I'.iyue, is shipping 1000' ions- a  IIH 111 11  AVoi'k on  the  iSilver   I'nid   is   pro-  f|'e,s-sing l'a.V(ji'.ihly.  passed  t he  'liinrgralion  Jiil  i   o\e.-  j^iesi.'ieiil  Clevol.-uiu's \t-to hv a vi ite of I ik'J to ,'57.  Coasl Clippings  F. 0. W.iiin  lire* Oi pli.in i>  '.vroiigfullv soh  tin;   ex-secret <iry of  .i-lOOO  o   rt.   i������  shines o  nllegud  ock,  fit  ig  tii  \ lce-niT-sinent s   name   to  ponse (hey de-erve, e-peeiuhy m the  sciiool house and one or I wo other unit-  tei's-, we 'will expect to give you full  pailicuiais and show lion. Col. I?ak<*r  we are not without a means of,, ventilating them.   t   Yours,  Don*. Alijeh. \  Trout Lake Nev;  The Gteat Northei'ii I  ins oecn  bonded.  '.Tiie, p;.ti(-is are mad.- aud ..ife now  re  oi-d  oo.  h is s.tid  y10,000   wili   1  v. il! ( on i ��������� aic v, il ii i he pi ope dies of tl.  siiiue ci.it*.-> in t lie i-,r,  iI, S.ocan.   Anoth  er great, fori I ur oo!" the L.-ii'iioau miiiii g  di\'-ion i.s ihe hugenos*. and strength  of the lead- whiih, ill almost i".eiy in-  ci.'.iu-. 'l'he e>:< options ai e the Young  Ciilil.' k a) d Cl i at We-lel ll, |0( .llrll in  "5'5. The ow iu  ate   |.u.-hi  is  of  lh.e-e   two  claims  devel  ni'iiit  nt   work   and  tliey i i-j oi I,  in.| "i o\ cii'enl   wilh   everv  *lr  a e, can  1 raced lot   miles;  case, on the  Gleugarv   lead,  lhe  to WtM   Kootelii-.v   look  for   h  lions and properties, si nil who liud  l.be  older camps well lilkd. no  Letter field  than Lardo.ut   eon  Id   b  ie  otiosen.  And  tho-e who   wa.il   to jiurrhasu   r-elia  pi-ojiertie*  at 'nominal figures can get  <j;ood invest men Is there, w ithotit (laying two prices for thorn.1 Capitalisis  arc already giving it t heir not ice,  ;i- tnenlioned elsewheie,- it will soon  lisiveii local railway which,will cheaply  haul it-ore. A smelter, I'm, ia talked.',  of nt a point in the di.i urn on deep  water, and this with concentrator.*, it.-  fjreal ore bodies can iasily supply,  Takeir all in_all, l>ai'deaii' has'a nio-t,  lu-illiaiil ftltille, that well justifies e\ e-  ry word of praise that can l.e s.ud ol  it; and this, any otic with even asiiurt  acqu.'tiliiance  o  as   iniiiiv   ii- .niiietei'ii   claims  le on others nine and  Will  lions are common.    A.-  pris'.i'ip.'il   ].i i  iu one  a't ed  ?C\l'il     loca-  toi.t  urn en  j he:t'  (i.mils, aie   most  .ulviint.ig'-iu.Piv iocati  il   nli'd  im"  i   w I  h  d hef.  t lis'  ire   sitiiiiled   on  Fi-h '.{iver ."iiid.'its t ribulai'Ie  s-hoi I, (lesei-iption of I he*i* dill'"!  lior.s will I ii'Si tell what's there,  d  iu sil\ er-b-ad cur-i yiug gold.  Several now loi al ions wel e recorded  1'ioui rriiiny b'| ].er Anow Lake poii.ls  last year and many of thein ga\e good  indicaLit.m. of being   somi thing   woith  paid on April  n-.lo of 10/, de  io  'his at   Hit*   usual  tor the!  piopc'i ty  it would  l.ul   it  *I 00,000  i.'ihlv    is  inuie.  w, cerlincato, could not he held undf.  arrfs  t.     l'oliup ilagiyti-.-itf! I'us-iell w;is  an<  1   tl  ,\!  lyor  lioi-' iioldin  Whit nev 'two d.iv.s , was   cijini  >eii  [���������dr't..  let I  iiiii  as Im had   no   aulhoril v   to  iiuoraoly  ie Loin; bl.ir conSiiiiie.s to develop  Tlie'Ciiui'liiStnii iiiiii-|(* its   first   ship-,  men I this week. '    ( ,  ,   TJiere is a good pile   of  ore, coming  otiL of tlie Sunset claim.  .1  'J'he Montezuiiia, on tlie'Routh  Fork  if Ivaslo Itivor, will soon he.s'ui  PP11??  rJ'lio K.unliler-Ciirihoo Co.  have  dc-  claierl ii.ciividcrrd of'8-20,000  payable'  15U  luareh  tli.it rhiiv ie1  Th  ip   dtu'ctors  f  loci  ire  el ciuiiidqnl of declaring 'a  mo.il.hlv dividend of .^0,000'for   tlio  tlr  next nine month--  ("IICXKUAI.  ,.sign ;i warrant toi  ls   arrest.  Police  Mngist tat e "liHi-sell is,hack but Vi7hil iiv'y  is safe in Seattle.    ,  The. C. P. Pi. are. known to  he con-  teiurilatiiig a   ch.ume   of   liuu;   in   tiio  rumil ii-' oi 11 -un-.  II  in  I th.it  the.  n������w soikh  i)  lu'c  111.'  lOlloWK  L iicilte p.s-[iipss to  . l,  c morning, the   Atlantic ox]iic"  lie  lo  ���������deli., rt'.';t    0   in    Itic  lli i' mug,  and  3  iauwav survevois  VOOlPll'i v  Lake ii..\c ciiiik; in oierthe divide.and  h'M-llnur   u]>  -.l;e.  Allie  party m Oiie���������o  road would im  iiir.  1 t:  claim tne  t. he hidf -:.s iiaid  to Uii  I-'ISLI  rLviirr.  oouiiig a  The   Luikv    Foui'    group    oik. the  Liu dean and Trout Lai-  ke   wagon   roai  On (he i-ivei-ilself lhe i-iiiinis of most  nolo   aie   lhe  Suii**ct.   Lai dean   JCine,  ,] j Uinbi-ia am! Hope which  are situated  n the wed slope of the river ab iiit   11  | near  ISoi.k.ei   Cieek   is  pii mismg  0 oz.  f   its gi'oa  1   leads.  rich  ore, and general aihanlages, will not  deny. -It is still a new countiy in the  ' now rapidly settling Wc*l Kootenay.  II still piesonts most of tin- same opportunities w'hich were to he fotmtl in  lhe Trail and Sh'.cun divi-ious some  year- tigu: opportunities which have  iiiad.' inillionaiios of their holders and  pioneer.-, but are now closed to men of  rnodeiale moans.   .  UXJATlON   OK   -..-STRICT.  The,mining division of Lardeau take-  in on the east all the wilit ei -hod ol  Ihe  Fi-h River from Bnl lie  Cieek lo   dee])  ' waleron the N. K. Ann of Uppei    Ar  row  as  Lai:  'On Ihe north il goes a������ f, i-  I-tine   Creek    on"  the    Arrow head  lnilo ��������� I'i om Lai-.h'.-iu. The Suu-el  ;i high g'.-i-le of aalera iis--a\ iiif.  iusiher. The L.u di.-in h'ing, Liubii.i  iuul Hope itire good piospeels bill, have  as yet lit tie woi k r.oi'forn.ed on them.  Assavs  li-om  sin face   mik  piospect in a most accessible   locution  'lhe Civ.it   Kagl  aNo  on   the  wagon  th  *.-i:iie class  , It i.-  of  (uiir-e  (juite   inij-ossiblo   to  name all t he pro| orl ic- and   prospects  if thi  sit mil  hier.di-od  division  live   gol(  ;i-.  or and copper.  Oilier claim- furl her up I lie river aie  (lie   Gieat.   Biitaii  Bonanza  I mn C.ip and  nz.i, till ol which h:wo good siiow-  llld \> |M be opened lip I lli- stillllilOl'.  i'oor.1-: citui*.  Ou Poole Cue!., a huge number of  good claims are located ainongsl which  are tlie Black' Bear, Kui-gtuou and Alii.mile. Those ( 1,-iim- at e on one lead  nr.d ha\e big -liewfngsol' galena. They  have been rocehtly bonded for i  ���������fii'  figuieand a ial ge a mount of v.i.il; will  don  in Iheni   Ihi-  suminor.    1 hev  may po���������ihly bo shi|ip/-is this yi .n  Fv.\ tiier ur  oio Creek is the lluuti  and Tt'iip]>ei gl'oiip al'-o bonded icieiil-  ly.    Tlri* i*. a i cully go  impel l y  ai:  but enough file (jltoted lo shew that  all over it claim- of merit, may be  found. The division is still in i;s infancy but. ks fast gelling out of its  swaddling .dollies. 'Once it begins  ot  l',ir  oil',   it  will  Ih  Sand  ip.    Oiuidon    ioa  iii\er\-..ne   is  i 1 til  nil in anticipation   of   a   rail  11 al  and, it is everyone.s   cpiui.-ti  Ivouton.-iv Lake l"i  win  ho" 1  list.   Ill  lI)U  Pil'lf  rJ'  ikir  io iniiiei!-  nod  ire ail husv woi King nun  progie-s.  The Sihoi Cu  "     h,  ii  iSunsliiiie,' Broad view, Cie.d, Northern  shot,  etc., rui-^ill showing up   wi  11.  ..imps are,  being   fixed   up   at   the  rue Fissuie icaily lo start   w.u'l  At lhe Sunsliine ihore, is 8 inc!  es oi  solid oio in the illline.  A  ivs ago.  local    i-io'doii*'  comer o\f ry i  t*a\ e  tiiirn   to  tei noon. ���������Colonial  V.i  '   AvViuic(iiivi'i' svndicaie closed a deal  ��������� - ,i i*.  Wredne-d.'iy J>y  cable ,wilh "a  London  svndioate fo:* lhe sale"of'sijr elaiins "in  lhe   B  B"iid   of   the    C  'Ollllll.llil     in  Giound    Hog   basin, near   II  Oi.  B.ov mi  T!  price was m Uie nei  Ih  igh-  bprhood   of   Jj-jr-'l),(j()0.    The   purchaser.*,  lave aeipi  li'ed (  pine ;i tin  toiiei'f ie.-, in    I hi  'l  will expeiK  in Ihe iiiu  am.  l.-i  iiend   (tin un:  mber of other  vicinit y, .itidc  trtit of money  ;���������   lhe   coming  was started a few d,  At the Silver Cup tiny calculate   to  tap the ledge in six week*-. .  shipping, a.ul it is not  fill I v  w that, atlenUot) which it now  is beginning.io feel and will speedily  salch up in importance and, aetii ity  w ith the other camps of the district.'  .Local and Peisonal Briefs.  W  iei  ���������ft is Chas. J. A mar  Chris.i-Alolson gol iu Piid.-iy.  ^Iu  d f  ri a V  111  .line leaves Mond.is    il   i.s  s.i.cl lor in.inc.,  Cliii-5. Olht'ii and Oscar.Iacob.soii caini  up from Ti'iiut Lake Piid.iv.  ..i.  Laid  eaus   iiiuniig  lirani'li of the C. P. B.* .-ind I'umiing  south, goes to wilhin 10 miles of Nri-  'ktisp, covering bol h sides of the upper  piii-t of U|>]ioi''Arrow Lake. In -ize il  covers an rn-ori of X> siptare miles and  ha-,a most hi illiant. Iiititre a- a uiiiu'ial  lield, The main points of l-.u-ines-.u e  Caleiia Buy, whore the Liliooel, Ji'iaser  River k, Cni'iboo Gold h'tolds Co. will  shortly have a large tow n. Tiioiii*ou'.s  Landing, the pie.-ent entrepot of the  Trout Lake di-trict, and Lardeau, al  mouth of Fi-h Crook, where il empties  into the Arm. ��������� , ^=_  It would not be surprising, though,  if a new town somewhere up Fish Kiv-  cr above the Rapids, would yet be a  cent ral place of tiude. '1 Jie present  main place of bu*iiie.-s howei or is Lardeau, and with this as it base, Ihe accessibility of thisgreatdivision i- woi lli  noticjng, Jl is but 10 miles from the  line of the splendid Canadian highway  runs hiL'li in both -liver arid io|>poi'.  Developii'.oul W( l k is to be pit-bed on  I his gi imp a*, soon  g<il, iu.  'Cory Menhinir  ipcoiiloi- was in town riii.s week.  iie.v. J. A. Wi od wenl up lo Golden  ^lotidav gelling hack- 'I'liesilav exeiiing.  -ui.pli  e.iu  A I ihe he-id of tl  ���������to"k   i- .-ilu.iled  the  \\  ���������&��������� group, ( I   I llfee el.iiiii-,  ub'd la I el v bv T  oi i mo par! ic*%  gl(Hl|)i-of slightly low grade galei a  bill with a gi-eal liu'dy of, il. 'Other  good pro| im t iy- on  i his cyt  .-.cni.  .It  inn,  Lu!  a am  .in:   lhe  ire of recent location eiiinie-n woi I. uas  ilia, lni! a.- the;  l  ���������en done lo go into   detail-.  I'll  not.  indications however ai''thai they   will  I iii-ii out w ell.  U*X.M.*.T.1N fill"I*iC.  This^sli-ean:.  which   flow-   into   Fish  Bivei about 11  miles  fiom   its  mouth,  Th  IJIOM ll  oar iini  I oilier  Illeeille  iel piopottios aie io be iucnrp.u.ilerl  icrl ."lone wool uown  lo  -t-'.li  on  iond.-tv au  '.VII  ha\ i: a look at lhe  count ry.  IL iS.   Wil-oii   lias   sucli   a   rush   of  11 u si i  Public School Report.  Following is (hi  -Jam, i iil  if  in lhe public school lot Fehiuury  pupils  V. Class  -Willi  lain  Beavo,  Frill  Dent, Bei't Tetii]i  IV. (;t.a;-;������.-Ki1i  Hdith  F  F.  III. C-LAKl,.-  Petliiui'co, l\  I Woi d..  -Myrtle Temple, William  i!ie Allen.  II  II. Class.- V  Dull  Thompson, K  timllon,  on Alli'll,  11. PitlMiCK.--Delia   Afon  Ah  Boui-ko, ,)<  <)-( 111)   "III.rt  I. I'l.'lliKU.���������lloherL   Caillie,    Tfarold  Toombs, Winnie Wood.  if. A. M.'T.UKiAii'r-, Teach  or.  For the YouhiT Idea.  summer in opening up their properties. The syndicate is *ai<l to boa very  strong on.*, financial! v.  Tiie nlicinpl- to oxu'.'idilo John Jlr-  ICiuf.on, lite Vernon buiohor who et;-  caped from jail while awaiting l rial  and whn-i' ai'i'osl. some (ime later was  accomplished in Spokane,-have proved  1 by the   follow-  Nolson and Tiossl.uul may pull7 nlf  ihei'i' niunicipal elections about, the end.  of JMarch, ( ,  The Idaho niine niiide 'its' fifth dividend hist S.tttu-d.iv, JiJ.iO.OOO. *   '  Tho Arlington on Springer'Oreok has  boon bonded again.  The Le Hoi'expected to make 'anoth-  or dividend yo-ieid.iy--one of $25,000.  ,'Ciiarle- B. Sanson!, of iNTelsoi!, well  known to all old timers, died" there of  rheuinulisui on Feb. 2(!th.  A miner named Sherwood has died  i;f exposure on the Whitewater trail.  ��������� -W^MrKnofe'uv has-exported ijl.JKX)-  rtli  of ore,   matte   and   bullion  ill.  he  .ing   item,   taken   fiom    Wednesday's  Spokane "Spokesman-Review'';  "John McKinnon, whose strange advent ores enlisted the atleiilion of the  govei'liineni-ol' both Ureal Britain rind  the United Stales, walked out of jail  vestoid.-iv a fiee man. ilisieloase was  ordered by telephone upon receipt ol  an nllici.'il eomiiiuniea'tioti IVom lhe  highest,-nit lioi'it y in ox I radii inn ui.it-  ler.- in tin- U. S. gover!imeiil.--lix.  no now  *C.  B.  sietiiiier   nil   llio  .uiiuii.ii.i  will lie  17;")   i  out   long   Willi  28 feet Lou in  (  .one  I N,  ikusj*., h.ue ju-t'stari-  ed ii new sawmill  with  o.ipaoil.v   ol  100,000  Church  iii'ii row  Bex. 1''.  :'ol  it    1  (lay.  ���������.ltd" service-;  a.  ant  I..-A  toll, m.  j oll.uul will olhoinle.  since Jan. 1-t".   "  .   The   |iolice   .-uilhor-itios of  Rossland  ������������������ire di'iving all gamblerii out of town.  Sandon has beaten Ivaslo at hockey.  An enijdnyee of the Nelson''jiliining  mill lost .-in arm last week, hy an accident.  The 0. P. 11. aro going to put. in a  freighting service from Penlicton to  the Boundary creek and Kettle River  sections. , <���������  K.iuffiii.-ui nf Nel.-nii has been sent lo  jail for contempt of court.  "Breaking into promises* for indictable .purposes'' al.Jialfour, is the chaige  th.it .lack Perks mu-t answ or for.  A. P. Barinw, of the Ivoolenay Iron  Works, has" heen otVeied a ten, y������������������n-s*  oxetnplion from taxation iT he locates  at Kaslo.  llossland ]ieople are ]ileased til Clove-  1 mil's veto of the Corliss bill.  i no  Hoi I  ,0. it  ii! -aid to hiive   h.-i'tl  an olfer Irotn London of $!,2.'j(),f*0') for  i hen mine, and me reported In have  hi copied, it   il  a   foi felt, of $.;0Q,COO 'is  posted.  Writ  'jceltneiit are being served  against the Bos-land squatters.  The biggest compressor plant in Cut  ndri has been pul in at the Le Hoi.  air-..  N.   C  'oui'siei'  alw.lV.s   Ollel'-  lli.u  gclii' iii every good woi k, !  l!i noiigh ciiinass of the tiAv'ii iu the  iiiatter of the Kiiidoi'e;irlon school. It  i.s titidui slood from JO  to   :i0   einldi en  wil  i".*s ho is i'iii|i!ti\iiin ,-iiiollier  Hand  in lus shop.  P,    Chapman  blot iier  .'UK;  .1      h  In (il  Mv  iei-s wile aie hen; st.ning  at  vav's house.  D. Mclutusli leturned from 'his  pastern trip last evening looking well  and as ii he. had enjoyed himsclt.  Alt  ha*  a   muiinc:  .f   ju tuni-ing   claim  local od on   its   head v. ale  i -.  The   Lex*  inglon   gl"i'U|i   which    include-    seven  claim'  h  one of t In* gi ���������'<! li ��������� t'.hew ing-  of galena in llio whole round;*', and  although of .atlior low gi.ide will vol  lui'M im"  lo be a big mine heiiiK e,;s\- of  the  G. P.   II. ul   Bo'ehtoki  wlK-ie   a  branch line 2S miles  loon   i oils   lo  Ar-  I'liwhead,   (in   the division)   -ind bring  inn.oil  'he   K  m on ll'.i.- lead ha- jn**! I n bonded  Th  (lie pieseiit. oendo of busiiib-.-   I ul   il)  miles h'oin n   railway   lot mums.    It  is  also easily reached from   the south  a-  the   G. P.   H.   will   afler April 1st   niu  daily ImiiiI.s fiom South Km.leiiay poiiil-i ' intend   lo   d  to Arrowhead, from   whence :,(.earners . Ihi- year.  i| le in Iio���������i.U'd.  Bow gi oup i-al-o-itnaled  Le.\ilu;lon    Cieek.     It  i-oli-i*  ��������� I  t liroe claim- and i- a   high   glade   con-  cent i al ug   I'lo] ovit j.u  \iy  i". clop    t,i ri  mm.I ei   i.t   ot bet   rl.iiin  'I lie   ov  i-i'ii-idi  i,  The  Illfiril  sale at Oc. e.u h  has  000  copies   o  cm aei ai t ice leprui  T!  'I  iled  illl(  ie  iirc goiin  f   Uie  I   for  fast.  Last  ���������k  th'   I  i.id   notices  iirci-i jioi at ion of  tw o  ihg   I  M'llll      COIII-  jianie*. tills Big Bond Cold 1'ields   Co  tl  10.   lilL  lil'llfl V.OKI  >Hl  ISO.  .1. Y  mir.  ot ilu- Co  e.'liloi   aii'l   in iini'or  was   in  ���������.i'V I Jail ii   I!  ltd,  tov, ii \ cster<la\  ..it,  rn  nes l.  ���������hair  at   the   Mail  oilico   fi  minutes.  Ahoadv Ihe 1  n go and   oxpei  l.d  in-  ipnjlK:  fr on  u x o  ie"iin, and a slcadv .slieai.i   o  i caster u   points   has  .f  foi  Kimii pn\ |-oi  P. ll. I.  11!  l alti In.lli  ll o  people  g.*t oil' eveiy C.  e..sl.  at lend I lie. si ho.i  spine   .schii'il-iiiDiii   ha*:  hii'li  ll:  101 n  SOCI.I'OI  Supei intendeiit ot Ivlne rilon Popo liu  wiitleii a \eiy euo.",ii agii.'g lot  U*l',  .111(1  a teacher is now  ing   coimiiiiiiit'.ile i  wilh.  ".'Moral   inOetiiii  uileieslod is ciillc  for  '.0  p. in.  I.Kite  \\ od  iKisday next   in   thu   public   school   lo  nss lihii! ,ti i .ingonionls and appoinl  Use  ciiiiiinii tees.  C  I.111!  I allies  yot wa i  it(-d and assist iin-e, will lie gl  iv received lor I hi  Gold has been found   while  e*<cavat-  ing a cellar in Xukiisp.  -Sulli\sin   .'ind   (Joihott  (J  ip  fotiglil at N"\v Olio,in:, in Oct. '!)'l  Jl. Scott and IJ. A.  Jjiliinde are candidates for ll  IO  IIMVlll all \'  Ol     i lOr.sljllll  The sister boat lo l.h  bo l.uiuelied al Naku*p  J .01 h.  .1  \'.i!.  in USp  ml    AI  IK 1  iok ."s.iuils is always picp.uou lod<  toaiiiuig am,  haul!  ot  mils   al  shoiiosl  notice.     See llilli    ,'iliout,   yiei  winlei   wood,  ev.'.liliig.  Pi- at  u-i'i ll houi's, iiioriiuig tun  in the  Midhodi'it   el.uich   to  i\ci,  .J. A. \\'  JM!SljyLi)i inn   oii.ii ci  er\ roe  ti  Work lo Ce Started. '  The iiii'oi-malioii i.s to hand lhat sump  parly in town has received word that  the'loii'i expo.-led canyon improvement,  will   bo   started   upon   as  -onii   us   t he  e.mipiiig outlil  is   procured  id Di  eientiig .it 7:')0 ;   Mr. < !e.ld<  il. A.  i:W I  ,   mis* loiiai y.  i.iu. lo which al  Bil.  wel  CUtliO,  rim p.  in*  -pi elor !- iid\ el'l l-lll^ loi'  I.Mid. rs   lor  a ( u ice a inoiil h iii.ti  \'n o  b< I  w cot:  Ih  , 01*1(1  a in  i r  io.  I'.  ���������ud  11"1.' 11111111(1  lie  May I-I.  i\ ei Hint ill  !-. ofii-i ing a '?l ,i)00  IOW.11(1   fill- (ll'.eol Cl'\   (if   I l'O jl.ll'l jes who  hi i life    mln    Ohuli'iiiiT.     Mitclioll      it  Spi ini>i*r *. ,|e'.\ elr_\  ..lineal  li-js-  AI  along    the  Illlei-Osl   is belli';  hue.    I he  o-li in llillilii-.  ,!.Ul(l.  gl oatest  111(1  ei.iitlis li.-iM' b''Oii   sliik'ed   m    the   Sic,  C.  I5, li  J'  d  eiscM nei i"  .iloiig I lie lo.nl  il.  ill  a*  i' nl ������ oil  ������ i's  li" will as*i>.  ii ,.       ,  in \o;\ n   At..ud.  in  .'Oil i:  tl,  mull' i  'il'l I n (I   u,  "Illll "I II.'.i il  '..   Iill'lll i  i -kilo  !l houis io sd.ughioii ui*- sub.; win  I.   T.    H.ov  il  jliisll loll oi   *  (ho   It i: n 11! 1    n.'id  l.ll inn au< ul  .if  1 ho cud   o  ham, who has wintered at  lhe ,Union  Hotel, will he loi'oui.in, and il is hoped  Ilia! lie v. i!  no a l'iiiii  He i*  to have a very l.nge oxperioiiie of tb s  kind of woi!.,.a,id will no dotibl gi\e.  ���������ali-1.lotion. It i- also s-iid th.lt lhe  .'.oil. of prol e( I ing t he river h.iuk will  -non bo begun.  Tin in B. C.  .Mr. A. II. lloldi.'h of .*"el-(in, fornioi'  ly of Kovcisturto, write- to a friend  lu i'i-a i lollo.vs: A pi-o-poi-tor, W. J?ee-  ney. w I.om I ba\e known .sonic time,  roii^ht in -..U..0 .-ii'iail nuggets of soft  while uii'i.i! w hi'h h" had   picked   out  ol  a   io  I'lie   ol   his   eliiiii!.-,  d  A.i.iled lo ki.o'r wl'.at it  wa*���������t bought  .1 wa*. iia'itt.ii ani.-dg.iui (gold a,id uier-  'b.il  i know  i!  asii'i, li om I ho  Aeigh: hut i o.'i-'.dei ( d it wa*. ar-enic.  (in e\.imiiiai ion, houowr, it i.s ut:-  di.iibledh ua'icr tin--1 In- (ii -t I ime cv-  i'l   i.Mll.d t'l UIV kl.n.s ied^  ljll.ll tOI s   II  i Ur  MoL  ing w ni i c hi -, * if in i"i a- -ei'ieiarv oi I oo  (J  '1   <'  i !.*'.lid ������tfi  C  ill  IJ. C. and  ���������ding  You i  lii.ii  n.ai.i- vs hal. ii <e Vou clous,. uf (l;i-  ������������������.���������le:i!"ii! : it i-.i.i ,io ol-.it.-  l.iel   that  .im.ison a,t\ w ne:e ace.i  iiiihnr*.  the b"-i mill' r.ilo-ic.i!  no.\   nee.i j  ui  i'V.si. tr,e*  sil i.al' .1  .ulle. 111 u. TAG J:  THE KOOTENAY .MAIL.  '(Lhe Ikootena^ filial I  I'UBLlSllKD KVKUY .SATl'KDAV  ���������AT--  R2VE1.STOKE. E.C.,  -nv-  (1  ATKINS; & SMITH.  Pui'.Msniu:.-. A\-D Pi:oi>iui.:toi<s.  Subscription  'Price,   S2.C0   Per    Annum  XSS' STItlCI'I.V IN   All\ .1NCK *Tf-S  ADVEKTISIKG RATES.  COXTItACT ADVK1!T1**KMK\T.S in-urlcil at  tlie rale of "5J..10 jier unhuiin inch ru-r month.  '   Forsjwu-es of six column iuclic-s- in- over ?1  per im-li jiev nioiilli.  THANSIKXT   AI.VKUTJ.SKllJiNT.S 10c.    per  line lir-=l insertion, .Ic. per  line  e.ieli  *.h.i*>o-  qui'iit   insertion. i   Tiie   number    of    lines  "reckoned liy ������]uicuoccupied, li line* to llio  inch.  ltKAl'IXO   NOTICES  K'e. per line eneh  in-  sertiiai,   miles-  eonlr.ieleil   lor by lhe IMi  lines.  JOB I'UIXTIXCi of every kind ut most itii-on-  ali'o iiites .ind -hurtest notice.   ,'  ACCOUNTS for job  printing  or  .-idverti.siiitf  liaviible on the th-si of everv month.  OOI'KKSI'ONI'J'Xt'l" oil all inalters of local  1 or public inli'i-esL iiniteil-.unl carefully con-  .sidered. All euiiiiiiumr.itioii-to the Kdilor  must be ai-coiii'ianicd by the name of the.  writer, not necessarily fiir |iiibli������Uion, but  lis an e\ ideiu-e of kooiI I'uilli. '        '  Address  , ' Tin* Kootenay Mail. "  "    ' .,     Revelstnke, H.C.  iirguiiient     of     the.      World      which,  perfectly aware of  our   contention   as  Granby  Rubber Boots  and Shoes : :  wear like iron.  REVELSTOKE, MARCH " 0, 18.17.  THETR'DUTY IS CLEAR.  i      ,  "Surely our contemporary lhe Rev,  (ilstoke. Mail is not .so densely stupid or  so awfully ignoriinl as rrot lo know  that ihft Provincial govonriiicnt/liiis no  more to do with" (ir0coiil.rol over, Mr.  F. C. Camhlo, the tcsidei'it civil', e.ngi-  noer for t.ho, Dotninion government in  British Columbia, .than has any privalo.  citizen.   .Neither  lias   tho ' Provincial  ��������� goveniineiit anything whatsoever to do  with tho hanks on the Colunihia Riier  at 'Revclstolcc. Once ostahlish (hat  principle���������and wc are astonished ' at  the Mail putting ilforwurd--and where  would tlie responsiliility of' the Local  government end ? Take, for instance  the hanks of the Kriise.r, ahout which  so much has heen su'd of late, we are  not'awarn that, lhe Federal government, has desired^o shirk its responsibilities in tiro mailer, fir Unit the  Piovincial government, even hy its  hittei'i'st and most, unreaMuiahle opponents, has e\er hoen asked to assume  the duty of looking afler the -preserva-  .tion of tlm hunks of tlial'crrutie .stream.  , Blind partisanship with some, howowir,  leads than into' cuirimilrii" mistakes  and blunders which make then) laugh-  in������ stoclcs iu.tlie eyes of their follow  citizens. We lepc.-il, that it is Mr.  iiostock's duty to insist upon the  Federal _i-o\eminent giving attention  to the grievance the people of l{e,\el-  .sioke complain of in this matter. If  there is any neglect, the blame can  then lie placed upon the proper j  .shoulders.     lint, wo arc of  the opinion  ��������� that in due time 'tlm   trouble   will   be  rectified as the   government   entriiieers  'h.ue made an inspection of the stream  and its banks, and if at all possible the  inroads upon the kind being made by  the river will be put a slop to."'  As few of the people   uf   this   place  and  surrounding - camps   subscribe   to  to the government's duty .to the  citizens of this place, now comes out.  ro contradict it. ]t says the Provincial  government has nothing to do with  the river bank at Revelstoke, that it  has never been asked to look after the  preservation of the banks of the  Fraser, and that, blind partisanship  with some (ourselves) leads theni into  committing mistakes which make them  laughing stocks in the eyes of their  fellow citizens.  Tho Provincial government took  slops'to protect the river bank here in  '9-f- and invited the Dominion authorities to assist'which they did. Tt also  put in protection works on the Kicking  Horse .-it Golden and if ojher instances  establishing the precedent of protecting property from ravages of rivers by  the Provincial government are needed  they can he found. Tt is further  stated by Mr. Bnstn'ck that when he  went, to Ottawa the first session he  found all arrangements made for cooperation of the two governments in  the Revelstoke protection works' and  acted upon that idea in iidvising the  expenditure. Why, if the Provincial  government have acted in this manner  before, should tliey assume a different,  attitude now, and deny that the}'have  anything to do willi what they before  considered necessary.  Tn connection with the Fraser River  part of the 'World'x argument, it would  be well for it  to   look   up   the   return '  re Hon. Col. Ilakei's recent   trip   east.  It opens with a letter from   the   secre-  tary'of a convention of  Lower   Eraser  Valley fanners   and   landowners   who  met for the object of appealing to both  the Local and   Dominion ' parliaments  "fortlieassistaiiceand protection which  i.s  felt is  due   them."    Evidently   the  farmers and landowners thought a.s the  Mail lliinl-.s, and_j]i   thinking   so   according to the  World were moved   by  "blind partisanship" which load them  .into    " coninii* ling   mistakes"    which  made them laughing stocks in the eyes  of   their   fellow   citizens.      But   the  farmers made. ^10   mistake,   they   said  the Local jfoveririuent should assist and  it sent Col. Baker east wilh their delegates to,secure co operation.  '^On page  5 of the report."Col. Baker wriies I Lou.  i ti  Mr. 'Parte and accepts -the   conditions  that   each   government   shall,   appoint  and  pay thc expenses   nf   an   engineer  to report, on the Prusor Biver  inatrer;  and that in the event  of   thoir .report  being satisfactory lo the   two   governments���������" that negotiations should then  he entered into as'lo what    proportion  e.ieli government   should   boar   in    the  necessary expenditure for cai'rv ing out  j the projected works."  j      Will the  Wdrld  say   lli.it   the  Pro  1 vinciid   governnio.nl   has   .icoepiod   no  ! respon-ibilitv to the farmer's arid   land-  . owners of tin; Kr.-iser Valley   and   thai  ; it   has ��������� not   assumed,   not   at   request .  i of   its   bitterest   and   ir.V.st1    unreason-'  p   L. -JOHNSON,  Revelstokk Station, B.C.  Haircut and shave 50c.   j*s*--~~.--  ������������������-~wmay- Comfortable Parlors.  Opposite Erug Store.  0.  E  . SHAW,  Revklstokk, B.C.  ReaPEstate, Mines and Insurance.  Agent for Ferguson townsite.  HE DiPLOCK BOOK  AND STATIONERY 00, LTD.  Wholesale   Paper .Dealers .and  . . Stationers . .  ���������Mi-121.1 VANCOUVER, - B.C.  0. S. DOUGLAS,  Real Estate and Mining Broker,  133 Cordova St., VANCOUVER, B.C.  T. MATHEWS,  Red Estate and Mining' Broker  319 Cordova St.,  . VANCOUVER, B.C.  Mining sloeks'.-ind properties bought  and sold on commission. Correspondence **olicitc(l.  i   DOERING & MaRSTRAND  .  ' Brewing C-ompany,  ���������',   VANCOUVER, B.C.      .  Alexandra L.-iger and Porter, in   Kegs  and Bottles.    Alwuy.*- reliable  The Staff .of Life  i ��������� ,  ' " js' Bread.'' * ."  The better the bread the better  the, staff.   ^      <^S^s������^'  A. N. SMITH,  Baker and Confectioner,  KICVKLSTOKK STATION.  Any\ One  "    Requiring Wood  Can IJuy it Cheaper from  .   .W.;FLEMING  Than they can'1 afford   to   steal  it andttake the chances of  VV.  B. .McKECHNIE,  PHYSICM and "SURGEON,  REVELSTOKE,. .��������� . . B.C.  OKKIOI* in it. Sim-on'*! hou*.e (next lJro.sbvler-  i<m, Cliuruli). Calls liy Telephone or Tel"-  f-i-.ilili promptly atlcmlcil to. Ollii-e hours:  .1:30 lo H a.m., 1:3(1 Lo 1 anil 7 to S p.m.  ffvHAS. R. CARLYON, ,  Sarrlster-at-Law, .Solicitor ���������  ,   and Notary Public.  ���������KT0KFICE:, Mail luiikUnj,', Itcvelstokc, li. C.  JAS. McMAHON,  C-snoral Blacksmith & Woodworker  Hu'iairs to Wagons. - Tools HbarpciK-id.  SHOKING   A'S. KCIAiyi'Y.  ifi-Ml-v. ,  Gold "Hill llote  FRANK, VAN DALL,, Proprietor.  ������������������Revelstoke, B.G.������������������-  lest  Table in Town, Well Famished Rooms,  Choicest .Wines, Liquors and Cigars,  Everything Strictly Flrst-CIass.  Terms $2 per day.  Kamloops Beer on Draught  a. McNeil,  BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOM,  Front Street., Hevelstoke.  Haircut,-25c;  Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for $1.00.  GUY.BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER  Repairing Neatly,& Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  J. R. HULL & CO.  !D  being  iipayiiig a KpDOiaiiy,  :aught.  l*i  Wholesale    and   Retail  BUTCHERS. ,  .Purveyors of High-class Meats.  BEVELSTOKE; B.C.  All orders in cur line will liu  promptly  ''        .'itlcuticd U).  THE' REVELSTOKE, PHARMACY.    [ . !   UR FALL STOCK con-,  sisting of Patent Medicines, Drugs, Druggist's  Sundries and Toilet Articles  has just heen .received and may  be had "at the lowest prices.  I.rtill line ' of Stationery -and  Cigars always on hand. ���������'��������� ���������  =Revelstoke, B. Q.7��������� '���������  Largest Hotel .in Town;  :.    Centrally Loeated, Best Accommodation; ,  Free Bus,  Rates $1 pep day.  13KOWN  &'CLARK, ,Proprietors.  Choice. Wines, Liquors and Cigars,   Draught Beer always on tap.  s <f*  3\j  ,*m  Upper Arrow Lake, B.C.  ��������� Under same  Management   .     " '       'J-ol-l'i     |  ALL  FIRST   GLASS.  ������zc"j\  PORTER AND STOUT  FINE   ALES  O.K. LAGER BEER  lit \ and   Bottled.   ' ���������"���������;  ���������"iBVBLSTOK  Jl^-XU  B  r:  w:  Y:,  "HE   ilEVEL-STOKE . FHAR1VIAGY.  'At Lowest Prices.  n  SMOPOIITAN HOTEL  KAMLOOPS, B.C.  Best of everything going.  aptv  . Mining Engineer and Metallurgist-;   .   ',  -REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B.C.���������  .'Assays oa-'fiold'and Silver.' - ������������������ ^ ���������.. '��������� \  Analysis of Ail Molals raada at lowest ratas.  ,'Proinjit.  find   rioVi'i'ct   llnsulls .Giuiriuilecd.'    Reports in'ido on pro'iei-tie's,  pie.    Gi\(; nift ;i ci"  Wholesale and Retail  j.rrlrlo i-'ipuritvirs, Irrit of it.*, nwu volitinn  tin; V.uicnu\or   World, .-ind  11-5   it  will  iirul oi ;i ^Pn.'-.'' of duly. th������' t,ij*k ot  opc-rntiiiLr ������ith li)'1   D'ntiiniuii   in   pi  I.elpLU. put the wl.ul, matter fully   l-o4 U.L.,;ll:, |,ltl(ls (>I1 t]w F|,..^,.  iureal.e.ii, the above flom the editorial ,      T,)e ^^ t.M no, lliin(j ,  co-( RUSSELL   &.   HEROD,   Prop's.  columns of that paper is '/won  in   full.  ���������    To Ire^'in with, the Mail never   s.-iid  (hat   tire Pros in'ctal   jjoveniiru'iit   h-ul  rmy   contiol .over   Mr.   Clamhle   (tliey  can have liis services, howe\er, without  niry opposition from   this   paper),   and  the cpialities which   the    World   in  refined use of Queens  eni/lish   applies ; ,1, rp  to us are uiineco.**s.irv mirl uneallerl  for 1  and not worth replying   to   except   to j  hiirj.'liiirir\tock of  the  .emu' Uk*  lertd,    nor   fiw  we���������-it i>* tlie lo,rri   l;ul-jh   t.'h.it   spe.-ik.-  the vacant uirn-|���������f��������������� 1 - wh.-itis rii-h* on J  the Frn������*er is ri^ht   on   tlie   Cokurd'ja, I  and the. propertj of,lhe people of Pi*"v- 1  clstoko is just as v.iiii.ibli;   to   them   ;is>  \ are lire   Fra-rer  lands   U-   the   fuiiiieisi  The  World* sueer.s' will not, drive n������- :'  from our po*-iti'>n.   liothinq   hut   proof .  explain tiiat it .scemiii'-ly  wilfully di.s-     c . -u   1    -,        1 .1   , ,1      u-   1/'<  ' r, j .< ,.()t error will do it, and that the   Wuri'i'  "   1 - 1  I it rt wants to jir'nie Lhe mutter decent- I  torts what we did say.  In its issue of Feb. 20th, the Mail  ���������*,iiid : " If the. dil.-itory government,  that the World upholds wilh such  parasitical and remunerative .'illceiion  did its part., Mr. Gamble would br> at  work before now." This reference t.o  the Provincial governments connection  with Mr. Gamble was but to shew that,  if the Provincial government did its  duty iu co-operating with the Dominion  government   and   put   up   its   eipiiva-  Cash' for  :aw Murs:>*  G. YV. 'HaiVhvin, Kamloops,  H. C. (late of Ashcroft) representing Jos. tJJlman. St.  Paul, Xeu- York and London,  Knyiand.    .    -  FAIR DEALINGS, PROMPT RETURNS  SHIPMENTS. SOLICITED.  DBAMSIl IX  Milk Oows; Saddle, Fack,  Driving and Draught  Horses.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  ASSAYS.  Aiib  lining  im -Mouse. ISH'  .J. A U3iV,UT .STOK !���������], L'uoim-ii-toh.    "  ooiii is. fiipiiishcd with -the best the  Fords.     ' ���������  Av  <T5  dii  pr  ,>d  uc������.  J. A.' MacFarlane, F.C.S.,  .-Assayep and Mining Engineer,  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE GHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS..    ' ���������" '  it CEN1 RAL ������������������  AHKAIfAMSON  IJHOS., Phoi-uiktohs.  ^,  B.C.  Post-0ffice Commission.  ! CROWN TIMBER COMMISSION,  \\"   J.   liowm-r.   li.'iri'istei',   tlif   riinii-  iih\m'(iii('I- rippointcrl liy   thf'    I'niriiiiioi)  11   judi'-ifd    iiiM'*--  . yirncv.   t^  ,   a i      \]':U,cr><  irKi.'i-.Kv  iiivi:v  tii.it. i.v  f'uniiill-Hiiiil t>. tin iiit'. .|..|, In  rtu'iiii'.. int.* .i'i'I ri\K>r( <i\i'K., tin .u'ikir-  u' I  62 -\   HASTINGS  ST.,  ' vANCOuvr-:i;  All iissnys nnd iiiinlyiicil wrirk- done in  duplicate) with  Scrupulous poroonal oaro o,nU dispatch.  ���������J-/iJ-l.'m  j p   H. HEAPS  & CO.,  ,   *���������������������������       .v.'! C(ii-.Io\'ilS|.., iliiiI I'owll hi..  I      ' VAN^OirVKIt,  JJ.C.  ! MACHINERY Sffi  ri'(is|������'( Iinu Drills,  First-class Table  Telephone  ��������� Good Beds   ��������� ' Fire:proof'"Safe������  ��������� 'Bus Meets,all Trains.  EEYELSTOKE,      B.C_  -���������-������������������ ������������������-���������-������������������������������������-���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������    ���������������������������  -������������������ ������������������--������������������*���������~��������������������������� ���������~^. ��������������������������� ������������������ <��������� ��������������������������� ������������������ ���������  HOTEL  AIJIIAIL'UISON   UltOS., P110PUIKTOH8.  (������o\urnirii'iiL Id hold  li.Mlii.i.   inln I lie -iflioiw tif   coi-r-iiii   I,'". I   I1"'""   <'f''Vii    l'ir.-il><r   .\^.-n.-v   in   l!r.t!-lj  Li^.u inn inin tin  .li i.inns or  ciir.un   <,.- r ������������������.���������,���������(.,,,, r .h.iii |,..i,i ,. >, .. (.,������ .,1  it,.. .<������������������,t  fii'iiils in thf* postal  scrvicf,  in    f>ri11^.11 ; If'-u--. In iIkm'Hj of .s'i-w uv-ii.ni.-ii r..n  Colinnliin,   -(iv'i's   nut iff-   (hut   In*   will | FRIDAY, THE I0TH DAY OF MARCH,  'ifiniiricrH.-i*'  his    duties   ,'in      i\rund.i\,l  -ii        1    u,t .. .1 ".   ' .-*! II :t   1.1,, (rir tin  [.iiriiw'.f '.;. iiii.k   III';   ->ilil  .   ,       , ,       .. .Milfoil  Sl.ll,   lit.    ,S    p.  111.    in    tin-    i-i'Htt ; Coi.-.tiK^.im.   .u,d  .-Ti.|-.-:r:i..r  :tr*.  (,,.  rmiir. .--  It-ii t   tn   wh.it,   the   tcdcr.il   -uitlii'i-itir"! 1 ),,,��������� Sl.     All p.-iitif-.   int civ-acd   iii   the ! " f'" "J''*'1'"1''!"' :l". r'-'".!"- i'i!'''-i'<. 111  iiivcstiLCHtinn will lIich Ik: licar.l.  -'.iw   .Mill  Miwrhliifry   .111 I   Kiiwh.  liOlll I'n,    \S'llliT   Wlld'ln,   (III'.  I')iikIiic.u.  ^���������.���������>i-:iin  Jinvfj ahrady flnnc, tint work would  now ho proc������*Mlirif{ und-jr (Jircction of  Mr. fiuirihle. Ith.-irdly hcciiih iicccs-  .s.iry to iii.'ikc this oxphiri'itioir nnd  would ;diiio*-t justify us in .-ipplving lo  thc. World tin: iiiicoiiipliiiii-iit.iry t.;rm-i  tlrrry UM- lo ns.  'J'iK'IC. llIC  lllillC Sil f|(;,-|f IIS  tllO'-iC   wlio  wont ln'.-ir, iiniJ perhaps iioiic so stiijiid  .-is tlinsi wliu wont lllidcisliind, suid it  \initl I .lllliosl   unpen   .is   if    lhe     Worlil  w,i-> iisclr' M il linijiy *<iiipid, .md   .-dli-i 1  f.| sin piisc, nt niir  aliiludc   nicifly   to  '.-luicrjii    I heir   pi iiji.-ip.'ils,    lhe   Turiici'  "���������overiiiiieiil. .   W'Cnii! justified in eviin-  iii^' to this assumption from   the   next,  Another Le Roi Dividend  ���������.nil 1 '1 i'.i: \. or w im *. i-li l<- l.rli.vr fur^.ii'l  ! di-iif c n Jurliii: lli. r. (..  -!.,..! iv .'.< n-'l  t     11.1 re! nl Vi> i'i)-!-i, 1 u. J-.vl 'la> of K'Irt-i'.i"),  I  A.ll   i^rT.  ; m;i m-:i: m^.c'i ry  I'i -t , /'"Mill,,'- I'.iiliM.  ���������Tho Cyanide Process.  REFRACTORY GOLD k SILVER ORES  Tro.'iNi-l and "toportcc! on  By Th.*   MacArthur-Forrest  d'ii'i cr (').iiiiilHtinii.)  By The  MacArthur-Yalcs  lAlllil'tMIIMIIlill   llll'l   f'j/llll'llll illll.)  I--'H( I'.Wr'l-ier'hAK1^  Evcrylliing new and Firs(=class in all Respects.  The House is slocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars in thc Market  TBOTJT   X,_A.I������ZID   OITT,   S,C  iniii'llllier-V     inifl     slipplli-s      ������(���������!(:       Hit  u-,uie*l   in ils   history,   .nuniiiil iii*_'  '"r  ,D')0.     'lhe  <���������#���������1111 t;t 11 v   li.'ts,    lii'-*n|i's, .  lif(\ I i \ 1' 1-.11 ������������������ nf I jell oie 111 ll ii|*-i(. It  h.is now lhe Inr^esl iniif linieiy (ilniit  in Ihilish t'olunilii.i. It is exfiectefl  to puy riioitthly (livideiirJs from iioWtm  of .?50,00(j.  > Tweniy Pajres; 'Vy.:k\y; Jil'isf rutcd.  iND'GPf K1" *nL''   v'> M-'e'io t-tr'-i  $  iTU&AE TfOLliAyi Tr.H  ������ oa '' ir  *fir .*  ' ....ii. POSTPAID.  hi?.  ;.   : MIMING".1ND SC:K!?TJPIC. PR^SS,     ..j  , ������20���������Market. St.,   San Fhancisco, Cal.J  D. vSCOTT,  I  iiisiiranfJiJ find Mining Grokor. i  11.1'. .Mini iijiT I/.iiiiI(.ii >".* I.;iim .iiliiTi' I .if 1  A i-'iimiii i' I'n. Mmiijfer V,iim-(i'm it MiniiiL-  Kiii-viiii. Stook In till Rollnblo ComoanioH  t'or K-.'.la. ��������� L'-.'il-l'J  [!0<r3 Cordova Sti,'   Vancouver, B.C. .  . OTEL  K. J.   KKRk.   Proprietor.  First-class Table.    -   -   Comfortable Booms.  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Rates $1 and $2 per day.  CLOSE TO DEPOT AND BOATS.  ������rlz������%  ii ������  runting  C3  j&.   SPECIALTT.  A   *- IAGJ:  n*-  THE KOOTExXAY MAIL  Ubc Ikootena^ filial I  I'UBLISIIKD KVKUY .SATURDAY  ���������at���������  R2VE1-STOKE. E.C.,  -HV-- "  ATKlNrf ii SMITH,  l'um.rsimi*.-, avij Pi-orrtrisTOMs.  Subscription  'Price,   S2.C0   Per    Annum  k-Sf STItllTI.V IN   All\ AXC1C "if-i  ADVEKTISIKG RATES.  COXTItACT ADVKliTl^KMKXT.S in-urlcil at  tlir- nile of $J.."iO per enlimin incli ix-r month.  '   Forsjwices of mx column iuehes ur over ������1  per im-li jier nioiilli.  TItAXSIlOXT   AI>VI-:i{TIKK.MKXTS 10c.    per  line rir-=l iniertioii, .V. jier line e.ieli *.ii.i*.o-  qi-'Mit   iiiserlion. i   Tlie   number    of    lines  'reckoned liy njuicuoccupied, lli line*, to the  inch.  ltKAl'IXO   XOTICICS  ll'e. per line e.ieli  in-  .sertii.n,   miles*,  eonlr.icled   lor by the 1MI  lines.  JOB I'UIXTIXCl of every kind m ino-l ren-*on-  '        able iiite- .mil shortest mil ice.   ,'  ACCOUNTS for job  printing  or  .-ulvcrtihiiiK  liaviible on lhe tirsi of everv month.  C0I������]tK.Si'OXIrKXCK on all master-* of local  1 or public interest invitod-.niil c-.trefnlly enn-  hidereii. All cuinmiiiiH-.itions to the Kditor  must be aeeompanied by the name of thc.  writer, not ncrcs-ai'ly for publiwitiim, but  ics an e\ ideiiec of kooiI fiiilb. '        '  Addi'ehs  . ' Tin* Kootenay Mail. "  "    ' ���������      Revel.stoke, B.C.  ariitiiiicnt  ���������if     tl  World      which.  Granby  Rubber Boots  and Shoes : :  wear like iron.  REVELSTOKE, MAROU " 0, 181)7.  THETR'DUTY IS CLEAR.  i      ,  "Surely our oontem]ii>r-iry the Rev,  (ilstolce. JMiiil is not so densely stupid or  so nwfully   ignorant  as   rrot   to   know  that the Provincial moveriiinentiias no  more to do with" or "control over,   Mr.  F. C. Cianihle, the lesideht   civil, engineer for the. Dominion  government   in  British Coluinhi.-i, ,than has any private,  citizen.   .Neither  lias   the ' Provincial  oovernment anything whatsoever to do  with the banks on the Coluniliia Ri\ pint   Revelstoke.     Once   establish   (hat  principle���������and   we  are   astonished ' at  the Mail putting itfnrwjird--iind whore  would the responsibility of' the   Loc.il  government errd ?    Take, for   instance  the banks of the. r-Yiis������r,   about   which  so much has been su'd of late,   we   are  not'aware   that   the   Federal   government, has desired^o  shirk   its   responsibilities in   tire   mailer,   or   that   thc*  Pioviiicial   government,   even   by    its  bittei'est   and   most, unreasonable  opponents, has e\er been asked to assume  the duty of looking al'ler tlie-preserva-  .tion of the. bunks of tliat'err.itic .stream.  , Blind partiz.inship with .some, howe\er,  leads  them   into' coinmiting   mistakes  '--  and blunders which make theni laughing stocks iu.the eyes of their fellow  citizens. We lepe.-it that it is Mr.  Rostock's duty to insist upon the  Federal go\eminent giving attention  to the grievance the people of He\el-  .stoke complain of in this matter. If  there is any neglect the blame can  then be placed upon the proper  shoulders. Iini. we ure of the opinion  that in due time 'the, trouble will be  rectified as the government engineers  'li.ue made, an inspection of the stream  sinrl its banks, and if at. all possible the  inroads upon the laud being made by  the river will be put a stop to."'  As few of the people   of   this   place ;    ^i  and  surrounding - camps   subscribe   to  the V.incomer   World, and  as   it   will  perfectly aware of our contention .-j.<-  to the government's duty .to the  citizens of thi-s place, now comes out.  ro contradict it. ]t says the Provincial  government has nothing lo do with  the river bank .it Revelstoke, that it  has never been asked to look after the  preservation of the banks of the  Fraser, and that blind partisanship  with some (ourselves) leads them into  committing mistakes which make them  laughing stocks in the eyes of their  fellow citizens.  Tho Pro\incial government took  <s|eps to protect the river bank here, in  '9-1- and invited the Dominion authorities to assist'which they did. Tt also  put in protection works on the Kicking  Horse at Golden and if other instances  establishing the precedent of protecting property from ravages of rivers by  the Provincial government are needed  they can be found. Tt is further  stated by Mr. Bnstn'ck that when he  went, to Ottawa the first session he,  found all arrangements made for cooperation of the two governments in  the Revelstoke protection works' arrd  acted upon that idea in aVKisirrg the  expenditure. Why, if the Provincial  government have acted in this manner  before, should they assume a different,  attitude now, and deny that the}'have  anything to do with what they- before  considered necessary.  Tn connection with the. Fraser River  part, of the 'World's argument, it would  be well for it to look up the return  re Hon. Col. I'.ikei's recent trip east.  It. opens with a letter from the secretary'of a convention of Lower L-Yii.sor  Valley fanners and landowners who  -met for the object of appealing to both  thc Local and Dominion 'parliaments  "forthe.-issist.inceand protection which  i.s felt is due them." Evidently the  fanners and landowners thought as the  Mail lhinl-.s, and_ hi thinking so according to the World were moved by  "blind partisanship" which lead them  into "commi'ting mistakes" which  made them laughing stocks in the eyes  of their fellow citizens. But the  farmers made ^10   mistake,   they   said  the Local government should assist nnd  i ������  it sent Col. Baker east with their delegates to,secure eo operation,  'ipn  page  5 of the ronort"Col. Baker writes Hmi.  i ,1  Mr. 'Parte and accepts -the conditions  that, each government, shall, appoint  and pay the expenses of an engineer  to roport on the Pruser Biver uialror;  and that in the, event of thoir .report  being satisfactory lo the two governments���������" that negotiations should then  lit* entered into as Lo what proportion  each government should bear in the  necessary expenditure for earning out  the projected works."  Will the  Wdrld  s-iv   tir.it   the   Pro  virici.tl   government   ha.s   .iceepied    no  resnoii'-ibilitv to the farmers and   land-  i >,  owners of the Kraser Vallcv   and   that  it.   has ��������� not   as-um,.,'  of   its   bitterest   and  p   L. JOHNSON,  Revelstokk Station, B.C.  Haircut and shave 50c.   *s*k*,~.-..  ���������"-^uafcy Comfortable Parlors.  Opposite *Gi"wg Store.  O. E. SHAW~    ~  ^    '    Revklstokk, B.C.        ;  ReaPEstate, Mines and Insurance.  Agent for Ferguson townsite.  HE DiPLOCK BOOK  AND STATIONERY 00, LTD.  Wholesale   Paper .Dealers .and  . . Stationers . .  ���������Mi-lam VANCOUVER,. B.C.  VV.  B. .McKECHNIE,  (M.H., M.I'.C.M.)  PHYSICIAN and SURGEON  Liill   am  REVELSTOKE  B.C.  C.S.DOUGLAS,  Real Estate and Mining Broker,  133 Cordova St., VANCOUVER, B.C.  T. MATHEWS,  Red Estate and Mining- Broker  319 Cordova St.,  . VANCOUVER, B.C.  Mining sloeks'.-ind properties bought  nnd sold on commission. Correspondence solicited.  OKKIOl* in It. Sitn-on's hoii**c (next lJro.sbvter-  i<m, Cliuruli). Calls liy Telephone or Tel"-  f-i-.ilili promptly atlr-mldl to. Olliro hours:  :):3U lo 11 a.m., 1:3(1 Lo 1 ami 7 to S p.m.  (^vHAS. R. CARLYON, ,  Barristep-at-Law, .Solicitor  ,   and Notary Public.  -XTOFFICE:, Mail l.uikUnjj, Itcvelstokc, li. O.  JAS. McMAHON,  General Blacksmith & Woodworker  Repairs to Wagons. - Tools Hliarpcned.  SHOKING   A'S. KOIAiYI'Y.  M^a-.-  Gold  *v"nr ���������  nil1  ATP  .JL   11U uu  FRANK, VAN DALL,, Proprietor.  -^Revelstoke,  B.G.  lest  lie in Town, Well Furnished Booms,  Choicest .Wines, Liquors and Cigaps,  Everything Strictly Flrst-CIass.  Terms $2 per day.  Kamloops Beer on Draught  a. McNeil,  BARBER SHOP AND BATH ROOM,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  doering & i  ��������� . "' Brewing C-ompany,  ���������',   VANCOUVER, B.C.      .  Alcximdr.-i Ln^er nnd Purl or, iir   Kegs  .���������ind Rot tics.    Alwuyi- reliable.  The Staff .of Life  ��������� " js' Bread.'' * :  The better the bread the better  the, staff.   ^      <^S^b=^'  A. N. SMITH,  Baker and Confectioner,  Ricvki.stokk Station.  Haircut,-25c;  Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for $1.00.  GUY.BARBER,  WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER  Repairing Neatly,& Promptly Executed.  fl  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  j. R. HULL & CO.  ! P  ; I  Revelstoke, B. G.=  Largest Hotel .in Town;  5.    Centrally Loeated, Best Accommodation; ,  Free Bus,  Rates $1 per day.  13KOWN  &'CLARK, ,Proprietors.  Choice. Wines, Liquors and Cigars,   Drauo*ht Beer always on tap.  I *t'  3\3  iun  Upper Arrow Lake, B.C.  ��������� Under same  Management  a-'ii-i'-  Aiiy  ;���������? "vi  i\e  "    Requiring Wood  Cm Uuy it Clifi.-ipcr i'loin  .   . W. -FLEMING  i-^ : Z^������������������       ��������� u^ZZZZ <D  Wholesale    and   Retail  BUTCHERS. ,  .Purveyors of Mig-h-class Meats.  P-BYBLSTOKB; RO.  All orders in c.iu' line will lio  jn'onipLIy  ''       riUciiticd Lo.  ALL  FIRST   GLASS-  :o:-  Than they can'1 afford io steal  it and'take ihe chances of  beine caught.  Drayin  & a SpDOialiy,  'At Lowest Prices.  THE' REVELSTOKE, PHARMACY.  r. ��������� ���������  UR FALL STOCK consisting of Patent Medicines, Drugs, Druggist's  Sundries and Toilet Articles  has just heen .received and may  be had "at the lowest prices.  I.rull line ' of Stationery -and  Cigars always on hand. ���������'��������� ���������  THE ' BEVELSTOKE - PHARMACY.  ���������X  ������zcj\  PORTER AND STOUT  FINE    ALES  O.K. LAGER BEER  g-Iit\.aiid   Bottled.   '���������"���������;  -:o:���������:o:  SSVELSTOK  B  b:  ���������-;  T,  '���������.trtijt;. j.ja-mii.jj'-jgssa  SM0P01ITAN HOTEL  KAMLOOPS, B.C.  nor   at  i'kjiii'st  ir.V.st1   n n rc.i^ in-  Best of everything o-oino-.  c/  Wliolasala and Retail  . Mining Engineer and Metallurgist-;   ,   ',  REVELSTOKE' AND GOLDEN B.C.���������  .'Assays oa'W.and Silver.' - ������������������ ^ ���������.. '��������� ",  iialysis of All Molds raada ai lowest ratas.  Hcporls in'ido on pro'ior-ties,  pie.  Promjrt.  find   OoVrccl.   ItoKirlts .Giuiriinlecd.  Gi\(.' nift ;i call.  i*^r*MKm.-3cyTr^i*3tBi93E2'^t=-nZi  r.-ax-urxr -uKn-jpcrsEi  'UL  1,  im .Mouse. ISH'  o n-ipom-Tirs, hut ur its own volition  ���������im! ,.t" :i -piis- ..i duty, try t.rt-k of co- \ RUSSELL   &.  HEROD,   Prop's.  opc-r.-aiiiLr with ll)'1   Dominion   in   pro-  I.elpLto put the vvl.ol,. matter fully   l-o-_4 U.L.,;ll:, |.lll(ls (>I1 t|l��������� F|,.,r?!, p t      J>  iore.tl.p.ri, the above fiom tl.e editorial |      T,,e t*;u,lle|s ,,ifi mi, ,���������������������������,, x^��������� f ju,    ^Ctbf 1    5115  c-oluinns of that pnper is irivcn  in   full. 'i i.;....'  ... .1.   ,-  ,i.���������    h- ./���������    .    .   .i.    r~s irt  columns ot Clint paper is -iv.mi  m   run. ��������� i.mjji.j,,,,'^.^!  ���������    To hc^in with, the .Mail never   s.-iid ���������  (hat   the Piov in'ctal   ^overiiim'iit   h-id .  nny   contiol .over   Mr.   Cianihle   (tlipy J  can have his services, however, without '  of  the    World,  we���������-it i^ tlio lu,id   hul-jh   t.'h.������i  nor   no  speak:  the vacarrt rninel���������f������.r what is ri^'hr 011  the Fnwr is ri^ht   en   tlie   Cofajrd>r:i,  and the. property  of.lhft p������-ojj|e of Pi*"v-  my opposition from   this   paper),   and J (,,stokj, is j(Jst .��������� iil|luUf.  l(|  ihi;m   JIS  the iiualities which   tlie    World   in   its','    ii, .   i,-*,,, .   .  1 1 are I lit-.'   j< rascr  refined use of Queens  eni.di.sh   applies ; ,1, rp  to us are unnecp.*������snry unrl uneallerl  for  and not worth replying   to   except  t<  ,      The  World'* sneers' will  1 from our position,   nothinq   but   proof  ,-xplain that it .seemingly  wilfully di.s- (inf e|.r()I, wi|] (,n ^ ft|M, t!l,(t ,hr   ���������vw  I it rt wants to ar'nie Lhe matter d'-cerit-  :aw kurs'-^  G. \\~. 'H.aldwin, Kamloops,  H. C. (late of Ashcroft) rep-  rcsentin.L;' Jos. tJJIman. St.  Paul, N'eu- York and London,  Knyiand.    .    -  ,���������)t; (]th(; ���������.! FAIR DEALINGS, PROMPT RETURNS  lands   U-   lhe   far mei s 1  torts what we did say.  In ith issue of Feb. 20th, the .Maii,  ���������said : " If the. dilatory government  that the World upholds wilh such  parasitical and remunerative alleeiion  did its part, Mr. (iamble would be at  work before now." This reference t.o  the Provincial governments connection  with Mr. Gamble wns but to shew that  if the Provincial govei nnient ri iri its  duty in co-operating with the Dominion  government   and   put   up   its   eipiiva-  SHIPMENTS. SOLICITED.  ^S-v^  mSAI-ISI*! IX  Milk Cows; Saddle, Fack,  Driving and Draught  Horses.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  ASSAYS.  J. AL!JF.lvT.ST>'h\l']. L'uoi-HiK-roi*.  iiib  ming  ooni is. fiirnishcd with -the best the  fords.     ' ���������  Av  dii  ly should produce..  Post-0ffice Commission.  1  ! CROWN TIMBER COMMISSION,  \\"   J.   Uow*u-r.   barrister,   the   coin  inissioner appointed by   the  1   judi'-ia  Oov ei'iiirn'iit lo hold  Lig.ilion inlo the ar'tions of   certain  Dominion'  \'>ri''K   I;   l/Kl.-Kliv   i.ivnv   ti,.ii   l.v  .   , ,   Ai     v i"(i,i' nt -i. ( ������������������niinixiiiii In (in (Ili'..|..|, In  Hives- 1 |.|ii|iiii'(. mtii .i'i'I n (kuT i||if.!. tin .ii'inr*.  n'  I  !   ll'iniliiKiii   Ct-.iV 11    I'ii.-iIx r   .V^.-iirv   in   lir.ti-lj  Ciiiimil.i.i. r ���������li.ill In.lil   .1   -i ���������' Inn   .ll   III"   ' '011 {1  licials ill the postal   service  in    British ; If'-u--. In ide ������'ii} of .Vi*w U'/--imii.-ii mn  Columbia,   gives   notice   Unit   b"   will | FRIDAY, THE I0TH DAY OF MARCH,  'loniiricncc'  his    duties   /in      Mond.iv,!  -ii        1    u,t .. ���������       ,1 ".  ' .-vl 11 11   1,1,, (fir t!n [.iiriiwi-.f '.;. mi.ic  I In;  -.iliI  .   ,       . .       .. March .Stir,   at.    ,S    p. 111.    in    the    nun t ; (������������������,.,,���������:..,.������������������.  .U1,l  .-n.^ir.-i.^  it r*. (,,. r���������mr. 1-  lent   to   what   the   tedcr.il   authorities 1 ],,,,, Sl,      All n;ii ties   interested   in   the ' "n'" ���������*!"'-'"1-'"'' ���������,l"  fi"'������> Imei-i'i. m  *     -111 .      1 1 ' -"."il 1 n i'.i: v. fir ������im *��������� i-lj 11/lirjiw furw.iiil 1 v 1  iiivestt^atifiii will then be hear ' ...  J. A.' MacFarlane, F.C.S.,  .-Assayep and Mining Engineer,  62 ^   HASTINGS ST.,,  '  VANCOUVER,  B.C.  All assays and analytical work done in  duplicate,  with  Scrupulous pornonal oaro o,nU dispatch.  ���������J-.-il-l.'m  p   H. HEAPS  &. CO.,  L~-        ,V.(! ('(irilm'iL Sl... iliiiI I'nwcll HI.,  VANgoaVKK,  J'.C.  MACHINERY "2������r������i  ri'iispi'iiinu di-iiu,  IOiikIiic.*1.  THS BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS..  THE- CENTRAL  ABMAIfAMSON  BROS., Puoi'inuroits.  First-class Table  Telephone  +   Good Beds   ���������  Fire:proof Safe<  ���������   'Bus Meets,all Trains.  -'.iw   .Mill   Miifrlililf-ry    .111 I   Kavv'h,  liOlll l-n,    VS'llIlT    Will I'ln,    (III'.  REVELSTOKE,      B.C_  "-������������������   ���������������������������- ��������� .��������� ���������- ��������� .    .������������������    ���������        ���������>-���������������������������.. ��������� ..���������         ���������.��������� ��������� H-��������� ^.^��������� ��������� ���������. -1|. ~"     ' ��������� <������������������   ' ...  HOTEL  AIJIIAIL'UISON   UltOS., P110PUIKTOH8.  Evcrylliing new and Firs(=class in all Respects.  The House is slocked with the Finest Wines and Cigars in thc Market  ^���������.���������>i-:iin  TBOUT   X,_A.I������ZE   CIT"^   B_C  have aheady done, the work- would  now he proceeding under direction of  Mr. (.ainUc. It hardly .seems neccs-  .s.iry to make this explanation and  would almost justify us in ,-ipplying lo  the. World the iiiicoinplinii'iitary tcnn.s  they use to us.  Tilde, aie none so dc-if ;is those who  wont hear, and perhaps none so stupid  ;is thosi who wont mulct st and, mid it  vvoitl I .iluiosl appe.n .is if lhe ll'or/d  vv.is itself willingly ^ (��������� IJ >l< 1, and n/Ti'i I  ed "-in pi isc, at f 1111*  attitude   meiely   to  '.screen    I heir    principals,    lhe   Turner  ���������"ovei niiieiil.     We aie justified in imiii-  iii^' 1,0 this assumption from   the   next,,  ,'i] iif. j,i u-.i  '.,|.I ila> ul K' I,ni.i^i, 1  Another Le Roi Dividend  (ll'Cl  inin  fin id  Alt  one  inac  Ilea \ ic* I   in il s  X.i.-i.O-'O.  fif'l v  liv i' cai������ of 1 icll oie 111I1 iiiiii  has now lhe   hu^cl    nun hineiv    plant  in  lirilish   t'olumlii.i.     It.   is   exfiected  to fi.iv nirmllily dividends fiom now on  of .irOb.OOU.   ���������    ,     ��������� :  ! ili-iir i- ri Judin: 1)1. r. in  i     I i.Tf-fl ni Vi> Nirl-t, 1 u  I A.li   Ir-iT.  m;i m:a m^.c'i r.',  i 1". -t      , ('"inn,;- i'.i.nm  >tux./,e r>otiiA.yi rr.z  ' oa ���������' ir -or i  ;      MINING .1NI������ SC.'F!tTjPIC PRESS,      j  ! ������20 Markg.t Sr.,   San thancisco, Cal,5  ���������Tho Cyanide Process.  REFRACTORY GOLD & SILVER ORES  Treato-l and "tojrortcc! on  By Th.;   MacArthur-Forrest  tlrln c-t Cj.niiilHtion.)  By The  MacArthur-Yatcs  lAiii.iV.itil.il Inn iiii'l Cj/oil'liil inn.)  K'rn I'.wr'i-K'r'hAlcs    -  The CasseJ Gold f:xlradin# Co.,  rWmltocl.)  VI. Pellfivz-Harvey, K.C.S., Supt.,  V'incoiivcr, B.C.  nra- .i>.iur in all Ii-i iir.iin in--. :i*i'(ini  D. vSCOTT,  iiisiiranfJiJ /ind Miaing Grokor.  ll.C. .Mini iijit I/.illilf.ll .".' 1,,'lln . I -. f f IT r ��������� l,if(  A i-'iimiii e ('11. 'Iiuiufcr V.uii-ii'h it MiniiiL-  Itni--nn. Stook In all Xtollnblo Comoaniow  for ->:iIo. "-'il-l'J  uQ'o Cordova St.,    Vaiicoiivei', D.C. .  E.  J.   KERR,   Proprietor.  First-class Table.    -   -   Comfortable Booms.  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Rates $1 and $2 per day.  CLOSE TO DEPOT AND BOATS.  X!?1  o  I  IJ  nntiiig  ^_   SPECIALTT.  .Ikootena? flDail ===== ^ IRevelstcftc, B.C.  A   *- THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  PAGE a  The Corliss Bill in Victoria.  In the IIim*"*--* on .Monday 'Jr. Ht'lin'-  ckcn moved, seconded lij- Or. Walk-mi,  That, whereas thi** lion*--.' learns with  rnrri-h regret that   the; ^over-nnient '-if  the   United .States of Aincric-a  intend  ' enacting an alien lahor law containintf  a provision known wis  the " t-oi-Jiss A-  inendrnent," Inimical lo the In-M. inier--  ests of labor; And wlit'iva- it   is' within the power of this legislature tn pass  lneasnr.'**. relating to the temrre of land  and the iemulation  of lahor. and more  particularly alfeclinj;   the   citizen'.-*   of  the   United   States of America, vvliiclr  may result in distnrliiny  the harmonious relatiorrs  at.   present   exiting between the loyal subjects  of Her   Most  Gracious Queen Victoria and'the  citizens of tho United States of America ;  and vvberea*. it  is  undesirable, to  pass  any such laws,'although it will be nec-  cWuy, as far'as lies within   the  povve'r  of this legislature, to protect   the citizens of this province in   ll'.e   event, .of  such   labor-   law   becoming operative:  .    Be it. therefore   lesnlved   flint, a 'rcs-  poqlfnl address    be1   nie-euted    to ' lli.*.  Honor the Lieutenant Governor, playing him,to communicate vvith the government of the  Dominion  of Canada,  urging upon that government the deM-  rabilityof making such representations,  to the President, of the- United  States  of America as will prevent tire passage  of said alien labor-law, and thus rend-  this  legisla-  thi-ni. ���������  Mr. Sword' said jf IJ. (.'. wanted  diserirninateaifairrst foreigners]et them  charge the United States miner������ higher for- ruining licences than I>riti**li -ub-  jecls, bu't do' it on business principle-;  and not a'** retaliation. Jt. would be  most undignified to ask the Pre--ident.  of tlie United States to intei-ferr; with  laws passed by United States congress,  Let.f Canada take any .-.land she wi-*hed  without any reference to the U. States.  Let Canada act altogether iu   hei- own  and our own interests, but when Ca'ua-  ii> "  dians  take such   high  ground   on the  subject, and then turn round and'place  on others tho   very   same   restrictions  we complained ahoul, it was decidedly  inconsistent.  The resolution was withdrawn.  Funny,.but not Argument.  or- protective measures by  turn irnnecassary. ,  This was, Mi'. Uelnicken   contended,  , to strengthen the hands of the Premier  (bf Canada.  Hon. Mr. Turner commended .the,  moderate view ot the, resolutions and  Mrought.it would be small of Canadians to follow the pi (-cedent set. by the  U. S. of which they di>approved.  Mr. Booth did not agree with the  ��������� Premier', and said Canada should defend herself against such di.*-grace as  the Corli.ss'bill put upon them. "' '  ��������� Mr. Kellie had an amendment to. of-  fer as follows:   ,      ' '  "JTo stiike but the balance of the res-,  , olutiou after the words'United Suites  of America' in line 7 ami insert iu lieu  thereof: 'And whereas it may bo'desirable, to pass such laws as b will protect  the citizens of this piovince in the  event of such' Cor iiss" amendment be-  , coming operative ; he.it therefore, re-  solyed, that, ii respectful address he  presented to hi.-. Monoi;lhe Lieutenant  , Governor, praying him to^ communicate with the government- of the Dominion of Canada, urging upon that-  government the desirability of pro-sing  such leiri-laiion as'will s-ecure to Ilia laboring clas-o- of Ibis Dominion the  Miiiii'fiiiiK'iint. o'l pi'i'iectiou.as it is pi.o,  po*-ed to sei;rire to J lie laboring (lasses  of the United Stales, and. placing the  sami* restrictions upoit all citizens of  foreign countries cuiniiig iuto'this I)o-  rninion from the United Stales as will  be placed upon all tho-e, not being citizens of the United Stater*, desirous of  obtaining employment in the United  States,, should the Corli.-s., a mend men 1,  become a la .v."  -Mr. Kellie said liis object was lo retaliate, aud not tn allow the Americans  any privileges denied lo Canadians.  We could not allow Ihe United Slate-  to tramp on our'eorns, and impose laws  on us that, we diit nol jinl.iiii th-Mii. !l  , was beneath t lie dignity of Canada lo  .-ink the Pre-ident lo vein any bill passed by the United State-, legislature,  and he accordingly wanted his ainend-  rneiil to pass to show the United Slates  that'we would not allow' the United  States to diet ale to us.      ,  Mr! Rogers did r:ol. think thai the  Corliss liiil would pass. Mr. Semlin  t bought, the Corlis--.-uiHMidmeiit. would  undoubtedly heroine law'-, and did nol  see why Canadians should not pass any  resolutions on this subject. He could  not agree with the Premier that no ro-1  retaliation should be taken, and if the |  Corlis--*; aiui'iidment. was enforced, let I  Canada retaliate.  Hon. Col. Baker did not. ihink rose-  lulion necessary. Hrilish Columbia  would be foolish t.o pass laws preventing Ann r-ica is from coining into the  country, which owed as good   deal   to  Sir Hichard���������- Now,gentlemen, I think  it i.s time, to fr.-ini" our' tariff. Let us  start, by heai'ing our leader's view.-- .on'  tlie subject.  Mr. Laurier (st i-iking attitude) ��������� I am  proud that 1 am a  Canadian.    J   am  a  Liberal of (ho English school   Sir Hicliard���������Ye--, yes: hut what  about the tariff? Suppose we begin at  coal oil.  Mr. Laruier���������Very good. Then I reT  peal, I am proud that 1 am a Canadian.  1 am a Liberal of theEngli-h "  Sir Richard���������Quite so, but that is not  just now to tlie point. Shall or shall we  not cut. olf the h'-ad of this iniquitous  industry ? , ��������� ' ,    '  Cries from Messrs. Davies, Blair, Mu-  lock, Sifton and T.irlo, "Olf with it!"  Sir Oliver Mown.-., Messrs. Pater-son,  Fisher, Scotland Fielding (in ohoi us),  "Go slow, good friend, only an arm   or  ji  p.rr " '    ' ' " .  " , " c " .  ,   '  Mr. Laurier���������Tain sorry, Car-lwrigbl.  tlrat you can't frame a tariff, without  referring lo onal nil. Let us'forget .the  nasty'htulf.���������Mail and Empire.  ���������     ~������a  ���������    - .-. r -  Miner's Surface Rights.   .  ,, At Nelson recently Judge Forin gave  a decision oi) the right ..to the surface  of miiieral claims which is of considerable importance. The cause before tiirn.  was an iipplicalion'on behalf of Gilbert  Malcolm Spi-oat, pin-L owner of the  townsitc of Sandon, for a, receiver of  the,rents claimed to be due byC.lv.  Hammond,,of the Sloi'-an News Co.  , Th<; Judge, refused the application  upon the ground that a crown grant of  n mineral (laim gave no surface, rights  other- Lli.-in for inininu: pur-poses. He  held that liie holder could not. eject an  occupiei from gi'iiund 'not requiroil for  mining purposes.- He ������jiid fur-iiiei that  if tho money.- were ordered- paid by  llauimond tiya receiver, Sproal. could  noUprnperly or legally claim t.hein, and  it. was not very clear to him to whom  they would ultimately go.  j ilrall consist'of.''     It  is  a.   reinai icalile  to j hill, worth (juoting, aud is us follows :  -' For a uniform sy-stern of measuring  water when the term ' miner's inch ' is  u-.ed,   it  is   hereby   declared    that,   a  ' miner's inch ' of water shall he such n  quantity as tiows from   an   orifice   one.  inch squat e through, a two-inch   plank,  with still water standing at a depth of  six indies above the top of the orifice,  such a discharge to   he   not   less   than  (me and one-half cubic feet' per minute,  .equal to twelve gallon"-.'"'  It will he observed- that this bill  prescribe* that a ������������������' miner's inch " shall  be equal lo ji flow of not less than one  and one-half cubic net ol water per  minute, "equal to twelve gallons."  Does the author propose to change tire  measures now in (use in 'this country'?  According.to all the accepted authorities, and as' most school hoys know,  one cubic foot- of water i.s equal to  about 7.4S gallons���������or, to he moie  exact, it is equal to 7. '1800 gallons.  .Upon this ba-is one and one half cubic  feet of water wyuld , equal ' 11.'2207?>  gallons. The standard American gallon, or old -English "wine" gallon, contains 'I'M cubic incites.���������Ex. ' '���������  'Ha  Bjtm  i *  ���������Kamloops, 3-0.���������  Export Lager Beer in bottles and kegs.  All orders promptly filled.  B. Wkiikki-.it;-: ..   .   Proprietor  |V������(Ck ''��������� ���������"- li-vrr.v, i'i-u-1.  , Ksti^rl!0<1   Sampling-  A Kcnenil o:-o in.i-.-kct. -"h?*"*?*"f" _ _���������,a _. _^_  lAWC,t work-in Colorado \y OI^HS  Muflcrn mill--.ui   iii.it'lr.n-  cry at Dcnvirr, Jd.iho Springs, and Bl.ivk Hawk.  Ore so!<i ok coarDStitive bids. Write for our  rorci'i'iiuj book. Address Str.te Ore Sami>liag,  Co., Xtenver, CoL   Gold iiullion lionslil.  w.  A. NETTLE,  Carpenter and Contractor.  Plans   and   Estimates   Prepared.  -    REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.  THE KOOTENAY LUMBER CO. .  - ,     ;    LARDEAU, B.C.      ,  Manufacturers of  Shingles, Rong-h and Dressed  Pine, Cedar and Fir Lumber.  Tlli  BEST AND CHEAPESTROUTE  to axii r'irovr  All Eastern Points.  Tlirouj<li Kirsl (;in*--sHk.c'iiiiiK<'ill's .uid Tourist  SIee.pinjf Curs toSL. I'.iul, Moiiti-c.iland Toionto  vvitlioril uli.'iiiKc.   .  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  ONCE.  ACTIVE  WANTED ,A'i;. 0>  Agents   for   t-ai  risk.    Cl.'.-ir $120(1 to $2o()0 :i year.' 'Enclose stamp foi' full particulars, or- 2oc.  for'   $1   sample.���������Bi^   liapids   Mineral  .Water-Co., Jiig- Rapids, Mich.  ,      NOTICE \  AIAj l'KIJSOXS ovv iiit; or indebted to inc arc  . requested In lake not ice Unit, a* 1 am  liomn oiii, oC liuslne*,-* 1'require nil Mieh debts lo  be paid on or butore Jl.ireli Im. '   '  H \V. I-'LKMING.  Hovelstokc. H. C Feb. Mill, 1M)7.  .    Coke Contract Made.  The Nanaiiun Free Pri's*. has Iwcn in-  .     . .  formed on excellent aul hority that, lhe  Union Colliery Company of Comox has  entered into contract, with tiie Kootenay siiieltiujr companies to supply WOO  Ions of Union coke pei- moii'h for the  next. 12 months, and, lhat even tins  amount may pi olinhlyhejuei eased. If  this   r'epoM.  should   prove (orri-.-l, and  '.vr Inn veiy re.-ir.oii lo   helieve   it,   is'  correi t, if vv ill me.-iii ifimd times1 at the  Union. , In t Ids "connect ion the h'ree  Press has heen informed that ihe "oal  from tlie recently operated Alexandra  Colliery of Dunsmuir & -Sons makes a  tirade of coke which jjives lhe best possible results in some grades of smell ins?  .-it Knot'.may, and thai for the present,  n limited (pianlily of the Alexandra  c(-al will he taken .l('> the Union coke  ovens and'lhere con vert ed i'nlo. coke.  Should the demand just ify, coke ovens  will shortly lie erected in the immediate vicinity  of tho  Alexandra   mines,  about live miles south of this cilv.  . ������_ t  L The Miner's Inch.  There, has been introduced in' the  California Assembly, and favorably reported upon hy the Cnniinitiee oti  Mines and Mining I nterijsts, ' a bill  " leff.'illv deliniii'f wliat a  miner's   inch  AT0TICE IS I1ERKIBY GIVEN, that  _[>     a sitting of the County Court will  he  holdcn   at    Revelstoke,     'B.C.,    on  -Mondav,, tlie    St h     day     of     .Mrirclr,  A.13.   LS!)7,  at ]0 o'clock   in   tho  forenoon. , , ,    ���������   '  JOS. D. GRAHAM,  ���������    a Registi'ar County Court'.  Revelstoke, Feb. 2i5t.ii, Kl7.   '    ,  NOTICE  in  lioldou (it  I lie County Cmni/ of' ICoolena.v  KovuKluko.  In llicinaiiororthi) "i'l.rc(*rjlii:intf Acts" 'm.uid  AiiiamUiiK Ai:L*.    An.l in tho ni.ilti.n-nf'.'the  "(���������old   Won   I'.iiuor ('iiiiin."    Anil  in  lhe  ln.iitei' of an .ipiilii-iiduii    by   (..UK" Liiiki,  ..liiann^ur of tlie s:inl  " Oold  Yam   1 'Incur  Claim " to sell  the inleivsts of   Sylvester  Howe and Frank Anderson, in  rile "LiUlo  Kails I'I.icer Minim; Claim."  VfOTICK is hereby ^hen (,]���������n, jn pniMiiiiK'Cof  L^    an   older cina.le   heroin   by   His  Hon')i-,  .lnd;,'c Korin, on t.lie llllli day of ..'.uiii.u-'y,   IMIT.  Uie SlieiMI'  for llic County ol  JCooli-ii:iy 'will  sell by |iiililioa'.K-lion, at (he Court House, iiev-  e'.-,fi.l;e, oiirf.iliu-d.iy.  the llllli day nf March,  1MI7, .il l1) o'eioek in Hie foi-oiiiion.  the intere*.!-,  of thu alrove niune.i Sylvester ITovvo and l-'rank  Aiulersi.i) (r'n.-.'iH'i-ly of  i{eVi;I*-l>iku.   U. C,  but  whose ]i:'i'*iow iifIdi'e*!*i'.!s are Uiiknovvn) in  ihe  "l.illle Kails I'iacei- Mininc; Claim," i-ikiale, on  Kivik li  Cieek,   liij^   Hi-nil,     Went.,   Koolvn.iy  Oislrii-I. Hrilisli Columbia, liihiitislythe hal.uie'e  due uii'lbcir rehi.eet've   n*.*,i-.s]iioiils   in    (lie  GjIiI Yum I'laeei-Claim.  CTIAS. H.'CAIthVON',       ,   '.  Solieilor for 0ns Lund.  Hevelstoke, Jl. C, '-'."Hi ,l,iiiiiai-y. 1;!)7.  Private Bill Notice.  ATOTICI'* is hereby Kiveil Unit n.|ip!iunlion will  ly\ be made lo the I'.ii-liaineiil of Canada, al  its next session, to:- an Act to incoi-|io,-ate a  eoiniinny r-i'eoiistrsici. i-ipiip, oiitrriiiu mid m.-iiu-  lain a standai-d or nai'i-ow-fjau'ce riiilvvav from  a point at or ii'Mi- the head,of Cileii.-i or Thumb  U.iv, on the Upper Arrow Lake, in the District  of West Kootenay. in the Province of HrilNh  Columbia, ton point, at orn".u-thu i'orl-s of Uie  1-aideau Cieek. in tlie said district, wilh power  lo budd a branch line Ii-hii a point on the niiiin  line of -iiid railway about Ki miles from Cnlenn  Hay lo Trout Uike. and to extend Hie said rail-  vv.iv or build branch lines lhereof up either or  bath the north and south hi'.uiche.- of Ihe Lardeau Creek for a distune': of ti n miles oi> either  branch, and al-o to build a branch from ;i point  en (he ai.iin laic of -aid rail vv. iy about S miles  from f'alena..' ay for a distance "of -fl miles up  Ki-hUiver; and wilh further power tu build,  equip, operate and mnininin luli'p'niih and (ele-  pbone line*1, and to build wharves and docks in  cf.nnee'.ion vvith the said railway: nnd for all  otlur ii-riiil. neie.ssary or iueidcnlal lipids  Ijowers and prlvilrues.  Dated tbis'JSib day of .lan'uai-y. A.I). ISA".  Mcl'HIid.JP.S. WOOTTON u IfAllNAHl),  of l'.oard of Trade Huildin^.  I'a-tion j-treel. Vletorla, H.C.  I -91 '.Solicitor.- for Iho'ApplicaiilH,  Atlantic t-*\]ir(;ss- arrives   !l:l."> daily.  .    1'acilic  n      " "        10:2,")' "  Am-ovv iyAici-: Hii.vncii Ti-.vixs  Arrive 1.5:.'il),  Tuesdays,,T'|ju!vdii,\j., *T'.ilu:-<!.-iys-  Leave   10:30,   -Sunday.-,  Tuesdays, Thar-days.  '      Trains on' Arrow Lake  liriineh eontieet  Aurro'.vbead vvith C. & K. Co's Sti-:a.mi:k N viccse  "close  connections,  (i  To anil Frim���������  Rossland, Trail Creek, Nelson,  Kaslo, AinsVorth, Pilot Bay,  Nakusp,- New   Denver, '���������  Three l7b'rks, Sandoiv ''  ���������and���������   ,  ALL POINTS IN SOUTH KOOTENAY  For full information a.s to rates, etc.,  applv to '  I. T.   IJrcvvstcr,  Agent, Revelstoke.  GKO. Mcb. IMIOWX.     ,  District, I^is-eiiKer AKent. Vancouver. H.C.  STEAMER LARDEAU  } Moots All Trains at  ���������ARROWHEAD���������  1  Going "Direct To ,  Lardeau aiid  Thomsons Landing  , ' FOR '  Fisli C;:6ek and  :      .'    ���������    ,l Trout Lake.  i    * '        . r ,  Kor furllier inform,ition a.s lo freight rates,  oie. apply to - *    '  > IVf ENHINTCK BROS., LardcauiCity  Golnmbia & Kootenay   Steam Navigation Co. nf  .   PASSENGERS FOR  Hall's  Landing",  Hoi Spring's,    ,  ���������  Nakusp,Three Forks  Nelson,.     ' and .Slocan Points,  - Kootenay Lakeu Points,  Trail  Creek,  Rossland,  North port and 'Spokane  --SHOTJI.T) TAKB  T1JE���������     -  STEAMER' NAKUSP  l^uuves Arrowhead  for Nukuan 'and   Iinh-ioii,  Mondays, Wednesdays and 1- ridaysat, 7 p.m.  I.eave-i  Itolison  for Xnlnis]., ^MtovvIumuI   and  Canadian I'aeille Kaihvay iminn (east, and  wesUoii 'I'uesdays,  Tliui-sdaj-.s and Saturday.-; at S'.W p.m.  C'Jiineulion is made nt. Itolison vvith 0. .Ir IC.  lf.'y tor N'cNon and all iiuinlson Kootenay lake  an.l   vvilli   steamer' " Lyllen " J'or  Trail   ami  North port. '  GRADED STOCK:  ���������   _,    Well seasoned'  -    -���������   - . Clear Cedar,       - -���������   ������������������ ���������  Wide,  Clear Cedar and   I^ine for  Bar and Counter Tops. 0  Extra long" dimensions a specialty.  ���������P.p. ARROWHEAD, B;C.  CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.  (LfiMlTKIJ.)  Capital, $1,500,000. Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,   ,  Locnnidtivcs, Coul Cutters, Hcciproc.-iting Drills,   I'ot.iry T)rills, I'c-lucliurr nini  Li^lilin^- Ai'|jiii'iitus. ' ' - '  MHTHRQ 'Eilliornf Direct-Current nr Throe Plm.so Tvjies, .Siritiihifc  IVIV-/  ���������  v/nip   for rirry rriako. nf K-iii, I'urirp, Hoist or Crusher.,  Electrie.il 'riansinisson of Power, hy, our Throe Phase. .System, successfully  operated up to OO miles.       ,    ' <  J      ��������� q    B.C. BRANCH OFI'ICES-A-.  Granville Street���������VANCOUVER      .' Kootenay District���������NELSON  . .��������� WRITE      TJ'S���������- ���������������        2-/31-Grr,  Establish Yourself in  The fast growing centre of North  If you intend to purchase, as your  field of choice diminishes daily. ,  For Lots Apply to  l-'ar local time: uu'il of. Llio I'oiniiiuiyV* stcuiii-  ers on ICuolciiiiy IjiUo :i|>|ily lo thu inii'*,i;r on  boni'd.  Kor full iiifoi'iniition us to ticket**, rule*!, etc..  iijijily lo T. Allan,   Sccrclury. NcImiii,   l< ('.  ramiitunftmuwtumimiiiiiiif������rtinfiiujuiiiiiuifiniiiiiuiiiiiiiiii������iiiiiiiiiii)iiiiiiiiuutujiiMiiiitiii{w  "Leather=Food."    I  A pictured lecture to vShoe wearers by a wee |  Brownie   named   " Spirit-of-thiv-Siioe." I  'Tells you things you never thought of, about |  the, life of leather, aud how you can make 1  one pair of health}*, well fed Shoes |  wear longer than two pairs that are |  s.tarved'aud poisoned through- ignor- ������  ance of leather needs.    If 3-011 paid a |  dollar for tlie booklet, you would save |  its price in three months, by acting |  /^ on its suggestions.    But���������you can get |  a copy free, if 3*0x1're quick enough. |  Call 011, or write to���������- S  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ROYAL MAIL LINES. ���������  CHEAPEST routo^to tlio OLD COUNTRY.  DOMINION  LINK.  V.vN(wvi:it, friini Fliilifajc Mui-oli 2.1  .Sco'i's.vt.vN.       " "     \iiril:t  li.viill.viJiil;        " "     \iiril 17  AI.IiAX  LINK.  (From Halifax.)  Imi'iii:ntian Alarcli '11  I'.vkim.vn April 1(1  jMONdOI.IAN '.         "    'Jl  HKAVI'!.'   LINK.  (Knnn St..I dim, N.H.)  i   |j,\Ki: W'lNNil'llii Miircli 17  li.iKl' III.HON        "    l!l  I.ai-io Sri'iiitiou        "    III  I.AKi: O.N'TAI'IO      Apillll  Ciiliin $111 mid uiivvnr-1-*.    Iiitcrinciliiilc f:������l.  Sluui'.ivCOill. lo>vc^t rail"-.  I'iIssciiuci'n ticketed IIiiiiiikIi Iii .ill purls of  (Irc.'il. Ilril-iin iimi Irrlund, and nl, -^J.v-oiall.v low  rate* to nil purl*; <>' t.hu Kiiropcini coot incut.  A |>ply toiir:ii,usl.ht(,iiiii*iliip(,r r.iilvvM.yii^ij|il.t,i)  I. T. BUEWSTEK-, A,"jont,Kovc!stoIco,  Or   In   W'ii.i.ia.m    firrrr,   i:cn.:i-.il     Ann.',,  U'iiiiiipcK-  Sole Agent.  "THE SLATER SHOE  ??  3  3  For sale by H. N. COUfiSIER.  Cut  This   Out.  MAIN'   LINK TltAINH.  K.nst. IIoiiihI (No. '-') .iri-ivo-. dully    !):l."i ii.tn  W'ckL    "       (No. I)      " "     l:W|i.in  AlOtOVV   LAKH   IIUANl'II TIIA1NS.  Arrlvi; Tiiciilnys. 'I'llin s.lays, Siihii-dayH.;i:.'t.| p.ni  Ilopiiit .Sinulii.vs. TiKsiliiy**,'I'lliir-Klnyi. Ii.'id |i.in  ,-vlAII.S.  KUV'llLS'rOI.'l'!   I',().  Close for I hu west    ;i:.'lil p.m  <n*:t Sl.'dlii.ni  " " h.iulli. Sun.. 'I'nr . Tlmr.  ,'A:'M \i.\\\  Kcv. Stnl ion....-i::!!! a.iii., .'li.Ki p.in  Din; from llic,vvcsl I'ljim a.in  eil"!     Ij ill.ip.in  sont.li. Tne.'I'lniiv.. Siit...-i:l,'i p.ni  " "        licv. Slut ion.  .     Id a.m., ."iil.'i ji.m  ItllV i:l.**'lll!(l. M'l'A'I'ION   I'.ll.  Clo*<- for I In' ivi.*,l   .1:111) pm  I'.lsl ..   . Il'lllli.lll  .-'���������iil.lt. Tiki., 'I'Iiiii-i-... Sal ..!I:(iOii.iii  "        HcviLIk'I.iiIo!. ...... !l ii.tn-.. Will p.ni  I )-ii.. from lim wv.nl.:..:.,'.....  .!).'.'r(Ja,;.'t  ",        "        casl., ....j 'A'A't p.m       ���������...sontli. Wild.. I'Vi.. Mini,,.Ih.Vlii.m  "       , ".      J;i;vijl--|.iil;o !):.'!(! ;i.in,,' lil.'i p.m  PROPERTIES  OR   WILL   PROMOTF. A COMPANY  BUY    OR    WORK' THEM.  lo   h.iricllc   Honds   of JClccLric. Steam or  or  Municipal  Honcls,   and   Duild   W'aicr  Works.     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,   York Life, was ln^town tliis week.,
Jolin and Gen.   irutaliis'ou,   brothers
' to our Jim, were in town tliis'weok on
a visit,
Guy Barlier won a (juai'tor-iuile backward skatink�� race at tlio 'rink Monday
A. IX. 11. lleai n, the resident
manager of thu Imperial J)ank, an ivo.d
this week. <. ,
R McCa'T'ty's ice i.s 'some of- the
fij)est,.spc*i] and is nicidy packed in his
<;ol(J storage warehouse.'   .
Miss A. Widkor'ciuue up from Trail
Wednesday and went, T!iur.-*d.iy to thc
bbsjiital in Victoi ra.  .
A recent letter from J. .A. Smith
says ho vvil! leave Toronto   next' Won
dav or Tuesday for llevelsUiko.
- J i
For Arrowhead ant. Revelstoke   the
I  C. P/j��. ,irn'taking their ice  from  the
.    Throe Vallev Lake'r.cii Claiivvilliain.
v. ��. ���
'���Geo  Johnson shot a   coyote,   al   the
.slaughter    house   ysterday.     Thi*.   is
* the lirst animal of the kind   .seen   near
K.  Abey,   the di'ii.i,'��isl,   is   moving |
into the Ross building'where   he   v\il!j
.dispense   all   necessary   remedies   both I
day and nij-lit.
We cslttj a 'coniplete stock oi tke' above :��� .
Locks. Kno'bSo Boorbolts, ^helf-brackets, Butts,
Hinges, Gnpboard Catches, Sash-iasteners, Latches,
'Building'Paper, Etc.    '���'���' "'       '       . r ",
".. VvslNUovy ULAoo,,ALl oii.L.u.     >
""^ Complete lino of Paints,  dry and ground 1'White'   Lead, Raw ars.d Boiled
Oil, Varnishes, Etc. ,    '
CARPENTERS' TOOLS:   Diss ton Saws; Bailey Planes, iron and wood, Etc.
.AJG5B--3-00:DS   -A-nr   LOWEST   iPZRIOZES-
r'i     i  *���>��   S   " f    5 -'" r~' JC     -r ��� ""-I   J   1   i E  *  i
a   -TrS==Sr-\ A1Y7       T^T"1   4   T>
" '  'Rc:Vt:L5 i U/>b b t A i i\Ji'4, ,o. U.   ' ,
,��.^.i^/ 'fc' v*.-   ,<.*   *���> * i*.    Ui. -UOl    1'iAW.ii.i.   >
. i , '"' /^v <������-���"*.    .- -->     v* i'���*. ,-��*,   "sn,**- i-^1 'v* I 7""Ol!
'  .Bhicksmithing; G,:>.id Jobbing,    ,
Piurdbbifc and' Fkva-ITitding
':Iiv.'2LVzlth.''.":iii'. a::_d. bliesfc 1^-on "wcr^
^ ������    ���WW���        - j^- ,�� ^
(- T (
iimniri    v;f\ri-f    f\'^       ('!.     f' ���' 5 \- '��"* *?        \        ��p 1 -" 5 A. I  '��'VVv_ ��    ,-,'--*iTs1~"''T^*>.
Mii\.r!u  V.-Ok< \.;r   ;-ii-Lt ;-'-5l.'r'^'_i^;_^.^J;J:^.U-V-^-     ""^  ^
Robl. Gordon,'Pvcprleior,      -      -      Revetsloke S^uks.
n) 'Mn'-WQOM ^ tin
-Dealers m-
J. \\ .  I ln.--.kr us Ljives nctu-e   ln.it   lie ; -^ t-4--3' ������ ��-' '-��--' v-',5      "~"    -* > '
will he at the Unii.ii I idle! mi tb,< ItWli j ^-.-"3    -.'^,-��"-; -', ,-; ',        ���''
to pay eil-all bills a^.iiiist,  i!nc>  Orphan, j Jtiil^L ��� *��,.�����Oiii-:.i.-���-
J'xiy Coiiipany. i ��� .        .'. ..-'----'    l
UoaSU    *Ji    At.'.sUt.'   -iiryjijiif   ���     ,
t   (.-j.;>:r;.':.vi. *\i.*i;ti>**; uf c.e i:rvoi-*i..kc ,
jTV Jii.iu-d ol Tiviili' will ii-! li. ..! -tt ll.c t'.i'.ii
HiUl'I. 'nmi-vliiy ni'.'l, T.l.i-.<.h llr':...a * '.. n. in,
i'l-inc-ip.il bu.-iiK'.-.. oli'.-tu-'i ')! '.. �� 'i.-.m!'. I-..
All (K'niron-*a hi-eonum; .*--k*ii ���.�� .1! Unit'i; )..i:��t
t.'ioirlinriKi's to Un'iJoci'.'l ii'.v lu'loi'.' Uie ;i!i..'.��-'
.iliicti. V.  ���:. r-itAW . t-"0i-i->.
ruin..    Fi,."'   rns-.i.:.,.(    Ci,   i'.mn.oid   Hudd,;,-...:<: L-un A^v..'ialuii^
Oi'.;,\v*-  ind IM \V- :���
NOTARY   }'L"ii--U.
i<^iii --.*.A   Ci.-JL^f.    ,'A-0,.t/i
-"���j. .^-t.   ir*-M, v"{-c,-;->  '-. ��� "   (-1 q'<it* r-'ai OOIl"-
;??��.  L'-r.-I A^D .'.CC-C'Ii.V ir.iO?-.Ar!CC.
M'-i-^'j;i .L'.v'-1 '.-: '.."���  :-:;V.-i'.;. :-":":::>i<"<V 7v<r..i;.:.f Svr.t.icate
' l . ^ -i
Ad i.N i   !*  M.   .��;<>;   t   v \ 1.1'- *_ ��� i ^     i- �� .-^	
i* '^  r^-*-1
*: \^l() iv kakcrp
Tlie only  reliable   rcinc:. _
Couii'lis, CoKis iiiiii till iii te.i-*t:s
of  llio   lung's.     Pt-cn'inj.'l    ami
sold onlv at
%-% ''* *
\   ' THE LEADING- TAILGB.   , .
.bey'sPnarniacy Pni, r-,y-,,.: A-....--P.,r,.
REVELSTOKE STATiOB. _    ,_ Wi *..���.:�� ..�� . n.,., ,,,���.
Prc-scriplions Diopanso'.! Dc-.y v'ji* Miqnl.
5   A    fT^
ft 5 s   e?*-1^ rr1-"'
McLeon&Oc, McFeely-.& Co, "Lt
���    WJiOl.ffiALU' '
Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and 'Blacksmith-. Supplies'.
Hardware   - ,
vLl.    biillltX! 4 ft    Oi S3 !-!���..!,
' J3 hp.~rf*cj
'S.T---I o ���/-.'��� ol   *^^7"*>-;��ri
-' -   VAhOOUVER, 8: G.
I'f/h^lo'jrjo  peploijq "in    ^-*r:
. fifillJi-jfiaiy   LwtLlmti  Jii�����-^^a-
q I'        . (. . ( I
C_?      C���J!  <   *V   /       t,-4 �� '  ii      tV-^l. "    ?'    ':*        3   (S*V , l   H      ��� i"^     1     J '"      '
~.jT \v!~CANi"iMON, ,W,vj7'wffl���'. - '   ���-���   i^Y-  AIACFAI-! T.AS K, M,u.ui;vr. .
i.. . ���   ,-3M.q.      ;-..- e rut l'-"^l���*-.,.-
ftiMtti IviAUili.tiriif
l��iAM2Kt hhUlftL-0
General    founders,
engineers, boiler-
ma leers and' mamd'ac.-,
turers of all clas.se;; '
of m;ichinerv.
��� Oo?R8P Gi'Alexaaslsr St. ssi lesyiiBstef Avo. .-Vaneaflyep, B.C
l>.0.'DrawBr75|.        ,   '    . ' '"���     * ' ���  '     ' Cab!.: address - Cove:.
IMPERIAL   BANK  Of mm.] | fflj^  $JU
Caoit.il Authorized,    -   S2,0'J0,000     i ���
Capital Paid-up, -   -   -      1,033,COO    \ \\' h.cl.'-s.iC and   1\
neit. -   -'        1,106,3cJ     '
n. s. howla:::o.     -     -     pj-.-s-i-ront.'
T. H. KEHRn'T,     ���     ���      -Vico-jfrcstflcnt;. !
'William Kanaay. Il4��h.2y.in. K��'.��'.    ,
Minero',   Contractors',   Jtfjii-rj'.'oyy-ith   hn{.
'''!,.-,- I r    -
A :-n -I (ii-'' i
Jatfray.   T. SutliorTand Gtayacr. ! Slli'Sf     a'lld       II'VIV) ! i A : 1 I ) \'\ .\ \ * .""
Head Office.    -    -    TORONTO, j -'^-iC,;^ Y.:-;.'.
ijessojr's Sic.'!s,  ()���<��� C,u-s.   Ore   '^.':-'.,   !.'���,
' I'i, ^'I'l' ', I.ASs  .\  -' I'i-' lAi'/i *���'
J   (,';
D.  R. WILK'c,  Gcnpr.tl M.i.i.iK'-'r.
/;/!*.'! S( 'III'JS IS OSTi I ti'/O :
Kvm-i:. I-Vii-Kii-. (inii.  Iiii'fi'-'ill.  MiiH-irii   i'.'.''.
1'i.ri (VillKii'in-. II..I I'm r.'i,''-. -'i. ' ni- ."."'���*,
(-���iiiilt   >H'.   Mnrii'. ,.-���(.   Tli'iin.1'.   \\ (I'-iii.-1. ! Vi"s:srj .or T��f(-v-:..it!*..
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MVil', ^Velliiurt'iii -I   n-i'l l.ni'!ii l.'iii'- j
'J'nrci.vio   V(ini?c innd On"''i M-. lii.ni'ti.
\ Yuitfi .iini Hid'ii' i-n i'-i.n-1 ''��� ! ���
/;/,'. I SL'IlliS IS SOU TII-11 'EAT: j
llnuiili.ii.   M.m.       I'iii'lii��ii   I-i   I'i'.iii'i'-.   M.i'i- ,
(���.ilj.-iin.   AHini.i.      I'i In. c    Uli'd.   .--i*..'.;
Ivlini.iildti. Ali'i.   Wi ri iti im j-r. Atini. j
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���' .     ^  ^     ^-5 ;'-.-.���" J   *!', ;'-'    -   /   :���      '���    Ji     ;
Victoria, VAMCouv;..r:, ka:.;'_oc p".
.\  V oi
���ind-. 'if Ajn-ifiih'ir.il Imti!' ima;]1'-., I'lov
f'.in.idi.in or.(\   Aiiv'-it'-'i-i   W :������(���'��� -
.15, (.....,   ::.!, j.ricc:,   V>   Mill   tl ". '���'���������''>'��� ������..
.'jSon-JM ."���,naiiOD0iitu4'-.,(j;.,u��;.:.j��K.�����'��'-'>'���'���"�������� i . ,_���       ' ,     .v-;. '       '-,
a. R. P- heahn, M-v-iru;-.-',', 'Ficvftimokrj. i Agonts'Tor Massey'-Miiriiij x\ic;y;o,.o��:.
ACEN'fJ* '
J,om.(i ;. Cm... I.I'i'.'I'- i'."! ��� ! I'I-
I'lMll. (it .Mmii1 i   nl.
A pc-nii-ni hniuAn". \>vti':n.i>aii f-rr.w.oi.rSi
Hindu OiTid ciobc at. ai oo .������o��<.;lit.'-.;��<'.-.aoia
f.   . 'I'-.,
Titr hnpir��H '��-**?} ��lrtt E*J- rifl*E'i?&3n   on^Oil'.|W   i IgSITEn
Incorporaicd under ihe Laws of th-? Proviacc b? British Cohnstfcia.
/.   U'y NASK//VS, P/rsidcit/,  and iMunaocr, '       ���/*:  McCAItTY,   Vice-President'.
//. A.  DROIVjW  Sccrclary-Trcosurcr.      ���
 Plan ci Organisation-1���
-To buy d^'VcK)'), ef|uip a.nd ooerate  The  Orphan Hoy Minora! Claim  as situated
���liinuL live m'ilrs fmn- Cold SLreani u;>   McCulloch   Creek on lhe West i'ork, or com-      ,
nniilv known as ���Marrett Crc'k, and   idnuil   (>$   miles, noilK from ,<evelstoke, 15.C., in
i\v country  kiio-.vn  as  tl.e   I'.y  Hen,!   of ih^ Columbia Kiver; witn power to do all
th!:)'- ii'U',;il!y vvil hin the scope of mhiintj, * oinpanie:;.
Cap.ital y.ioi'k st;veh l-.nr.dfcd Li.cusai.d (700,000) shtires,   par -value of one dollar >
(.f, 1) caeh. fiiliv  paid and ii<rii,-assessable.
'IVc;i'-nry'Su)(k,   \\\<>   hundred  thousand  (200,000)  shares, 10  be sold to pay for
d<, ve'opuieiil ])iii'!'0:.c    oi'ib,.
This e-;.)in-),ui.,' will 'lo  a' thormio-h. strictly   let; iii mate  inininj.-1   business, and will
pit'.!) '!-.-vclo|,mi-iii of lhe Orj.'h.ui lioy with all possible dis[)ateh.
'i'he Orphan I'.ov bcin^ a I-Y.-o  Millint1; and Cyanide projierty it  does away with
"    all ev,,,.,)>,(. r'| shii),��iii"-(,re'to b' U*eaU'd or smelted  outside.    The  surface  showimp
i.cv.'prrM'ni. \:uhv!t  of ^idi  a hi-h   -rade,  ^uar:uucc  excelieiit  results  and steadily
inor'M'.ii!}.; siocl: values as'develbpmciii progresses.
Tl,,/,:   av-.;r>s   from   surface returns were respectively $6.50, $io.co and $140.00.
���'\ mill tesi rccenliv made shows $jo. 20.
A limifd number of Treasury Shan s will be disposed   of at   15 cents   per  share
for firM casri recjub'-mciiix subject io advance wiihouL notice.
SU3Se,',i?71030 FOB STflSii WILI. BE RECEIVED 3Y
J. W. HAS30ST8, or H. A. -BBOWN,
2,-|'ros|,,suUis unci Kii��i':iis:r*.R(:!>w. >�����" ...,n iipplicmioii tovSjicrctaryTrcjisurero,;���Munajriir


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