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 ~<^X%/  Vol. 4.���������No., 2.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KQOTENAY.  B.C., MAY,    1, 1807.  $2.00 a Year.  THERE MAY BE A. SUIT  OVER THE SALE OF ..THE ORPHAN  ��������� '      BOY CLAIM.    -���������    '  Shareholders aroused and have sought  '   legal advice ��������� Money subscribed  for the purpose���������Whitney's latest  He threatens to make it warm for  somebody. ' *��������� ;  i /  Truly, us vvo.said last week, the end  is'not yet in the' all'airs of thoOiphan  Hoy Gold Mining Co.,'if present indications count, for anything, ami it now  seems probable there will be some liti-  g; I (ion ill The matter. Since 'tlie .-.-sir;  last week (lie shareholders in different  places have been .doing .some hard  ' thinking about the whole business and  enquiries concerning' it. are being  ' widely, made.  The   Vancouver   .shareholders   have  air-early   taken   action.    At a  meeting  held there liist Wednesday a commit tee  was appointed   to  inteiview   the   best  legal authority obtainable with a view  to annulling the sale of  the company's  .hiinc lo C. N. Davidson.    What ad vice  - they toceivod   is,  ot   co.ur.se   unknown,  but it   is  signilii-i'iit (hat at  a .subsequent meeting of the committee a sub-  sei iption list was opened and $.">()u sub-'  scribed to defray preliminary expenses.  The  Mail is advised   that Rossland  'shareholders also aie  moused nnd are  subscribing  to,a   fund   for a like, pni--  jioser    It is probable that an effort will  be made to have the dUsatislio-d, shareholders in dill'erent   places act in concert in the matter. ,       -,  The former secretary of  the   Orphan  Bin-Gold Mining Co.,"  F. (J..Whitney.  - who, it,''was alleged, forged several  thousand shares of stock, is having bit.  innings just'now. Re promises to do  a whole lot of things which he probably never will do hut which lie should  do if what, he claims bo true. He  denies   all, the   allegations'of   wrong-  . doing made against him by the company and says  the affair, was  an   ini-  t pudent swindle. He threatens law  proceedings A:c.  to .vindicate   himself,  " tuit there, is lit'tle likelihood of Whitney  doing anything in the mailer but  talk.'  o Und.'i date of 21th hist, be sends the  following letter to the Russia nil Miner:  Editor MiNiiK���������Sir : , On the. 19th  insL I wiied from Seattle to .1. -D.  Grahitm, provincial magistrate, Itevi I-  ,stoke, B. C. ns follows : " I am director of Orphan Buy Company and hold  one hundred and thirteen thousand  (113,000) .shares of its stock. 1 protest  against the sale of assets under llaskius  judgment, which i.s illegal and fraudulent.  ' '    ��������� F. C. WII1TN15Y."  I am going to Revelstoke as  soon   as  1 shall have arranged  a   few   business  - lnatteisin this stale, and 1 intend lo  organize I he stock holders of tho'Orphan  Boy company against, (lie whole fraudulent scheme bv which Ha'skins was  allowed to take judgment by default.  1 hope the shareholders will take steps  at once Io defeat (his impudent swindle.  They must act. as one man and be, represented by honest, able counsel. If  they do this they will save a. valuable  properly from (ho jaws of greedy  sharks. I have read your refei cures  to (he Orphan Boy company iu your  issue of the.loth in.-t., all hough I have  not the paper at hand this moment.  You may. rest assured that no act of  mine, in connection with the company  was wrong in the slightest degree.  There was no over issue of slock, no  forgery, no rascality of any kind. I  will in a short time give my slanderers  an opportunity in court tosuslain t heir  accusal ion* or bear the penally provided by flu; laws of British Columbia.  I deeply regret thai financial concerns  have delayed my reluin lo Hovel-toko.  I hope, however, to he there in a short  t hue. and lo be able lo render some assistance in recovering the Orphan Boy  for its real owners.       F. C. Wiiitnicy,  of complaint appears'lo be in connection with granting of cash and land  subsidies to railway corporations.  ���������lust who, are at the head of this  movement we are' unable to learn,  though from hints, dropped it would  appear W. B. Mcieues-, the Dominion,  member for Vancouver, is high up in  the order. J. N. Blake, lately arrived  fioin Toronto and a first,cousin of lion.  10(1 ward Blake, and Joseph Powell, a  mining engineer, .-ire among the prime  moveisiu this coimiiunil y. A local  coininitt.ee is said to have ..ceil formed,  which has been gathering (lata lo use  in the proposed impeachment proceedings, aud Ibis C(n)iiiiitli:e .has given  some a'tteulion to the matter of land  grants and railways in Kootenay.  Members of this commit tee have stated publicly   that   Ihe   surveys of (Iks  Nelson A:   Fort    Shcppard   land   grant'  have been improperly ��������� made   and   are  therefore illegal ; that the railroad has  not been built according to law and ,is  unsafe ;' thai (be lands granted   to tin;  Nelson A: Fort .Shcppard   railway have  consequently, not been'earned, but have  reverted back fo (hecrown. The immediate object of fhe com mil ti;e is said to  be (o prevent any extension of time to  (be Nelson,A: Fort" Shcppard1 Railway  company to complete its  land " survey,  and with (his object (bey assert a mass  meeting will be held to protest against  the passage of a bill for   that   piupose  now before the provincial pai Ik-uncut. '  The ebnihiillee also   maintains .that  such ;i bill   would   be'ultra    vires   and  that many of Ihe government's acts'in  t he past are ultra   vires.    They   assert  that the the British,Columbia Southern  act is unlawful and tbatthe lands gtan-  ted in aid of that railroad .cannot   be  lawfully earned.'   '   ������������������    u ', ->  Mr. Blake was seen but declined to  discuss the mat ter further than to sav  that there was such a committee ; that  it had plenty of funds.' was gat tiering  data and would bring the government  up with a-' short turn for i(ts ninny  illegal acts.        . .' .  ANOTHER SMELTER.  Kansas City Co. has decided to Locate  <���������       ��������� in Kootenay. 0  The Kansas City Smelting <fc Refining Co. has finally selected and purchased a site for theorection of a snicl-  ("ing plant in A Vest Koolenay., This  Co. which is one of the biggest snc'lt-  iug and refining concern's in Aineiica,  has been contemplating this move for  a long lime. Two years ago its chief  engineer, Mr. Sussman, spent considerable time in Kootenay, investigating  the possibilities for bis Co. and looking  for the location of what was going to  be (he laigcst, smelter in the country.  For solne reason or other the project'  did not materialize at (hat li me, and  'Is coming in now slow.- t hat the company had.no intention of abandoning  the field entirely to its rivals.  The site chosen is at. Five Mile point,  the terminus of the Nelson, As Foil  Shopard Railway, ' on the outlet of  Koolenay lake,'about five miles from  Nelson, it consists of 320 acres and engineers are now at work surveying the  land as a townsite to be Jaid'oiil in ( on-  nectirm with the new smelter. The.  planl.is to have n'capacity of 300 tons  per day from theslait.  Suicides at Rossland.   .  A. W.'Foster, \\ ho 'suicided at the  Allan Hotel last week was a mining  parlner'of II. J. Doneilyand they, weie  interested  in   the 'Boundary  country.  ��������� '    u    A Big, Ore,Contract.   '  i u  One of the largest single ore contracts, ever given out in BrilislfOohun-  bia ha-: just hren signed by the owners  of the.Norlh Star Mining'company of  East Kuofeiiay, comprising Dan Mann,  Sir Win.'Van Home and other Eastern  capitalists. They haveagroed to deliver  5,000 tons of I heir silver and lcad'oro to  the United'Stnell.ing and Refining company of'East Helena and Great Falls,"  Montana, the same to be delivered (hiring May, June ai.d- July.' Tin Tntor-  uational Tr.iuspnrl.il ion company, .of  which Jim Wardnei is prcs-ident, ,,will  carry the ore from the mine to Jennings, on the Great Nprlhei h, thence'  to be forwarded by rail. It is'slated  (hilt tin; deal will'net the North Star  people a quarter of a million dollars.    ,-  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY.  Happenings' of Interest  Amongst its  r��������� Various Camps.  TKAIL CKISI3K.  A. W. Morris, of Montreal, has bonded the Sovereign, on Lookout Mountain,  for $30,000. The claim has goorl bodies  of high grade ore in sight.  Considerable development work-- will  be done this season on claims on Green  .Mountain, situated live miles north of  Hossland. They have some fine showings.'  The Great. Western has a big plant  on the way which will lie installed, immediately on its arr.ival.  JThe Columbia &'Western is hauling  from 230 Io 300 tons of ore per day lo  the Tmil sinelter, ,  Morning Star shaft has been pumped  dry and sinking resumed.  (I( will take two weeks more to get  the Colonna tunnel under the shaft.  They have 6'0 feet more to run. '  The owners of the Jokej;, on Lookout Mountain, think they have one of  the gi eat est mines' in B.C. and will  put in steam' drills and all necessary  ln'achineiy. They have, had some  tempting offers to sell but so- far have  refused everything.  The ledge 'on (lie Dundee, Quartz  Creek,'has been shown lo.be l.j, feel  wide, with a solid body of ore 5 'feet  wide.    ������      -<  laborers were   never   sr.   low,   ranging  from ii lo.7 cents a day.    At   present  prices a man requires at least i'-> cents  a week t:i buy the grain, out of   which  his bread is made, leaving two cents  a  week for everything else lic'may need.  The plague, it'i.s commonly believed, is  owing to  the   curse   of   (lie   queen   hir  revenge for smearing her   statute  (ini-r  age,   tlicy   call- it)   in   Bombay,   some  months ago.     Patients are  carried   ofl  by government  orders   to   the   plague  hospitals.     .Despite all,   and' with   the  .full knowledge of all, every   ollicer   of  the    goveminent,   from   the   governor  dowuwaid, maintains a most  dignified  silence and ditects every energy to the  impossible task,of relieving millions of  the  sinning   poor,   while   their   own  countrymen, iu too man)' cases,   cither  fold their arms in indifference, or heap  abuse upon (he  otheis   for   not   doing  the relief work in some other way."    0  A ROAD IS  REQUIRED  TO  PROPERLY  OPEN  UP  CARIBOO  CREEK CAMP.  The'camp is attracting,, a lot of at-s  tention ��������� Claims staked  to   the  summit���������Nakusp is busy ��������� New  '   buildings ' at   Denver��������� Our ' cor- '  respondent's budget.  A Golden Testimonial' for the Queen''.  Fos:er, who, has been engaged in. inin- '   ;-"'j;iie i^r  ing pursuits' for niany years, principal.  Iv iu South Africa, was the scion of"a  well known Yorkshire family, whose  seat, is Park House, near Sclbv. Foster'  had been drinking hard, having, as he  said, been jilted by bis 'sweetheart.  The cause of deal h was a big dose of  'chloral and bromide.  ���������A woman known as Coia Boss, tired  of life, look two ounces of laudanum  to relieve her of its burdens. Medic.-il  a-sislance revived her foi a short time,  but she died next day. Once before she  had made an ell'oi t to take her own  life. Before the end came she had repented of hei' rash act and fervently  desired In live, but the wish came too  late. '  Referring editoi ially to the sale (he  Hossland Miner says: "The Orphan  Boy is sold; It will he interesting to  note wh"tliei- the man who sold it has  any interest in the new company which  is to woi k ill. We shall keep our ev ������������������  on Mr. llaskius and inl'orni Ihe shareholders in (he old c'oinpany if he " bobs  up serenely" in the new company after  having sold out his partners."  TO OUST THE GOVERNMENT.  An  Organization   Being   Formed   for  this Purpose in Hossland.  The wildest kind of stories are in circulation in Rossland regarding a certain moral a polilical upheaval, which  is to surprise (lie people,of British (Jo-;  liimbia iu   the, immediate' future,'says  ������������������the RussiandMiner. It is said that an  oath bound sin icl.y has heen formed,  with ra'liiificaliuiis all qver. .1 he' province, whose principal object is. to secure the impeachment,,of the. present  .provincial ministry on eha rges of -malfeasance, in oflice. The principal ground  The Hamilton'..Group.  One of the biggest assays yet.obtained in the Trout Lake camp was recently had from samples taken from the.  Hamilton .group, sit ualed almost on  the wesl line of Trout Lake City. Angus Hamilton was in town last week  with some specimens from (heir propel ly, and P. A. Lindgren, one of the  owners, just received assay let urns  which give '76'A ounces silver, $19.00 in  gold and ft!% lead. There are three  claims in the group _and considerable  work lias been-done on the property.  A former assay for silver gave them  77 iiz-. and this lasles(,-rc| in n is so sat-  isfacloi y that work will' be pushed.  The assay washad from ( he carbonates.  The return ha--caused not ra little excitement amongst the boys-iu thecamp  rind it is safe to,predict that the south  siil" of the lake will' lie pretty thoroughly picspccled I his season.  t go'd mining industry of  British Columbia' is to be represented  ad Queen Vii L.iria's ' diamond juhihe  next lime by a testimonial which  which will not only he worthy of the  occasion but also of what, is probably  the richest mineral section of \U'\'  'Majesty'., empire.' That is if the project in which the Wat Eagle Co. is the  prime mover is carried carried to completion. 'It is proposed that each gold  pioducing mine in B.C. contribute ,i  nugget'of the yellow metal for the  testimonial. The gold will be' senl to  'Toronto, where the whole ,-, will he  melted together and t raiisforiucd by  the goldsmit h's art into some present  of gieat value which will be forwarded  to the Queen im' the occasion of her  jubilee eclebrat ion as a token of esteem  from t ho , miners of B.C. The Le Rni  Co. have, sent a $100 gold brick as ils  contribution.  Big Find Opposite Ainsworth.  For years boulders of high grade ore  have been found fiom lime to lime on  the cit'sl side of Koolenay Lake, almost  opposite tlie (own. of Aiuswoitli. but  till efforts' to locate t In*, ledge proved  futile. It is now understood that a  prospect or-succeeded iu finding it towards the close of last week. It is  said (o show six feel between the '  walls, which rue well defined. An \  assay on specimens of the ore gave an |  average of 2!.") ozs. in silver. Scvei.il j  extensions have abeadv been staked.  The Hobos Coming.  There arr an unusual number of people soliciting assistance around town  these days, aud it. is not an uncommon  occurrence to be asked for (he price of  a meal; in fact, it happens very often.  No doubt, some of these arc genuine  cases of distress, woi kiiigincu out of  employment and money, but by far  the greater number belong to t he army  of hobos who aie now making their  way through (his country. This is a  most undesirable, element and the police make an elfort to keep t hem moving, but, if they leave town, their places arc uninedialely taken by fresh ai-  ri v.-ils of the same frateruit v. The Stipendiary inngistrate.should experiment  with hard work on these fellows. There  is no medicine they dislike so much,  and if it,once becomes generally known  amongst I lie brotherhood that the emblems of t he order lien1 arc a hull and  chain or leg-irons, they will very soon  learn to give ItevcNtokc a.  wide berth.  SLOO.YN. o .  A big strike was made recently, in  No. 1' tunnel of 'the Whitewater. It  has -J2 inches of clean galena averaging  1,75 ozs. silver and 70% lead. ' '    ''  ' An ore body has been struck in the  lowest, tunnel'of the Surprise which,',it  is said, assays 21! ozs. silver and, 71%  lead to the ton.  /The Hall Exploration^), has bonded  the Chapleau, on- the divide between  Lemon and Springer Cieeks, ;for,$3U,-  000..'        ..    '���������  Negotiations are being m.'ide for Ihe  Young Bear group ou Ten Mile Or. ek.  $30,000 is (he price offered. ' * ���������''���������������������������  G. A. Gercx has pureli.-ised the Pro-'  ducer and adjoining claims, on Gaie.ia  Farm, for iJiti.OOO, half down." - - ' ��������� '  -It is said that some of tlie finest ore  ever shown in (he Slocan has been  taken from the Carrie.  Work on the Two Friends has been  suspended owing.to the had trail and  the dilliculty of getting in supplies.   ,  A. G. Ferguson has thrown up the  bond on the Dalbousie.   ���������'  The Silver Queen Co. aie showing  some fine specimens from tlieii properties on Maxwell Creek, a branch of  Cariboo Ci eek.  0. G. Laberee has bonded I he'Hewitt,  adjoining the Galena Farm, for $20,000.  He has also bonded six cl.iiuis situated  between Six Mile and Lemon Creeks  for $30,()00. Hon. W. B. Ives, of Shei-  brooke, Que., is interested with j\Ir.  Laberee. ' ' -  The Rei-o has declared its second  dividend.  C. P. R- Increasing Their Facilities.  TheC. P. R. has decided to build in  t he Hoclwlaga shops two heavy consolidated loeiuiiotivvs foi the mountain  sections, three compound freight locomotives for the Pacific division, six  ten-wheel passenger locomotives for  the wesl.ern division, six of the, same  pattern for the eastern division and  four compound, locomotives for use  wherever'required. The'cunipany will  also Imild 100 refi igei-ator ears, sixty  dump cars and ten fiirnituie cars.  '  Local and Personal Briefs.  The Flat Creek Townsite.  The    Kootenay  pm chased the Str.  Lumber   Co.    have i  I j irdeau from Men- I  liitncl;  Bros, and take it over on    .May  1st.    She is a good investment   to   the  company aud should make them a good  (leal of  money.  Thr Cold llill Hotel put in a very  handsome mineral cabinet this week.  It wits designed by C. B. Mac Lean  nnd is made.to li.-iiuniniz.v- with :'t.he  'oilier, fittings-,. o|\, the. b-ir. Manager  Vandal! is keeping pace with (lie times.  Block.1 .'!7, iipnij which '-the--court-  house is to be erected,- is being, cleated.  A. chain-gang of three a;e at work  there, and ..lack Shaw is. foreman of  I lie'. job.:. ':���������   ��������� ,'���������    ' ���������������������������     ''...,-   \- '  As will be seen by an ad. ou page ���������">  of: this issue the Department of the  Inteiior has decided to dispose of sonic  of the lots at Flat Creek, situated five  miles east of I llccillcwaet. Parties  desirous of locating there have been  making eiiquii ies about it for years lint  have been unable to get any information ap.ul ft (fin the fail that it was  reset veil, having been .surveyed into a  townsite. 11 is understood that, icp-  l esc illations were, made to Mr. I'ostocl;  about this land and the way it was  lied up without any apparent reason  or good cause. .-He has ev ide'ntly done,  something in the matter find activity  of department i.s probably due to his'  (���������ffbi'l's. ..   , .  The CI'. J', are preparing for high  'water.' A gang of men are. at work  matt t essing tin; river bank' above the  east pier of (lie Columbia hi idge.  GlilMCllAl.. ���������  Kaslo expei ienced a pot.'.to famine  recently.,  May 21th is the date set for- the now  C. P. H. boat Slocan to make her  initial trip on the lake.  The sunken Steamer Ainsworth lias  been raised sulliciently to be lowed  from hei exposed position inlb Kaslo  Ray, where she will be hauled out and  put in good condition.  Sour Dough ' Alley. Hossland's  notorious I horouglifnre, is only n  memory now. ft has been completely  wiped out and the houses removed to  (it her local ions.  The dillVrenl. labor organizations of  Ros.slniid have organized a trades assembly with ''the following ollicers:  President, James Otiniek; vice-president, Michael Powell ; secrelarv-  treasurer, I*. .1. Ilolohan; exctulivc  committee: Fred Barker, Thus. J. Cnr-  rigau, anil It. A. Ilutcheus; sergeant-  at-arnis,1 A. J. Long.  The Canadian Powder Co. will erect  a factory .-it Trail with a capacity of  two tons a day.  Terrible Destitution in India.  The American board of foreign missions received from the lie.v. James  Smith, one Of ils missionaries iu  Ahiucdnagir, India, a cuel'iilly prepared statement on the pievalcuce of  tho plague and the famine in (hat  connlrv./ Mr. Sniilli says in pai t:  " More than .'kfiOO.OOU people, are. on  the relief works, works that owe their  inception to tlie fainine,:';md the  number is increasing by ,a quarter of a  'million a.week. . The. increase, is likely  to go on and' lie, mine rapid in. . tlie.  future, for the -people, liavo well nigh  exhausted .their own slim resources  and prices ;ire. st ill steadily rising. Tlie  price of wheat 'here to-day is S2.2IJ a  bushel.'��������� The- cheapest gl'iiiii sells , at  ov (;i .sJ .2 j ,i   bushi  Wages   of   d.iv  .Water rising very fast at''Arrowhead. r '   -     .  J. T. Wilkinson'floated into town  to-day.   r- ,  John Kirk up arrivciPup from Rossland yesterday with 15 , prisoners en  route to lvamloops.       , , '  (The. amount of freight coining in is  such that it can 'hardly bo handled  with the present facilities. Cn Thursday every side track and switch iii'tho  yard f vvr s flill. Woik on tlie new  fieightslied is progressing.   -  Thuisday seemed to'be a red letic'r  day for'druhks, and the, police nulh'ori-  ,ties could haidly gather, lliein in fast  'enough. - Hotel Graham was full- to  overflowing. I'll*! victims were principally railway navvies.   ,  W. J. Gould, photographer, of Vernon', is iu town and prepared to do  business. Mr. Could finishes his work  right licie in town and guarantees  pei feet satisfaction. He has pitched  his tent near the C. P. H. water tank.'  J. f. Rayne.s, secretary of (he Kool-  eiiiiv Lumber Co:, was in, town Mini-  day. Ho says -his company will  establish a lumber y.u-d heic to supply  the local demand. They sent up two  carloads this week, but this had been  ordered.  John Abrah.'inison went down to  Trout- Luke, Monday, lo help lho hoys  out at the Queen's. There i.s a big  rush into Trout Lake this spring and  the. facilities of the hotels at Trout  Lake City arc. being taxed to acconi-,  niodate the'I ravel.  A sneak thief walked oft'wilh a bag  of gold dust worth about $100 which  he abstracted from tho pocket of a coat  belonging to one of the guests at the  Central Hotel, the occupant of the  loom having retiied leaving his door  .unlocked.  Revelstoke Lodge j\To. 20, headed  by R������-v(:lsloki! Brass Bund, paraded to  the I'higlish , church Sunday evening  where the l!r,v. F. Yolland preached^  the anniversary .sermon. Tliens was a  large, turnout of members who together  with their friends crowded the church  to ils fullest capacity.  H. W. (leddes, who lias been t Pre.'-  bylerbni missionary licie for the past  year, left Thiirsdav for his new field of  labor at Duck.Lake, X.W.T. A farewell social was'held at the residence of  Ceo. Mui-but, Wednesday night/, when  Mr. Ceddcs was presented with a  purse by his friends.  The lire in CoitrsierV warehouse last  Sattiidiiy foi (tinalely caused little  damage as it was pi city well clear of  goods. The fire was caused by a lighted match being thrown on the floor  the boards of which' weie saturated  with coal oil. The hi igade was quickly on the spot and soon had the blaze  under conl rol.    '  Hev. II. A. Ford, the new rector of  the. lOnglish church has arrived iu  town accompanied by Venerable Archdeacon Small, of Lylton. Theie will  I e coiiimuiiioii service al S a. in. to  morrow and the induction -will take  place at, I I o'clock, (1  preaching I he set moil.  Can lino Creek Vnuip, south of Nil-1  ktisp, isexcid'ng considerable interest  and there.-ire now oyer oOO'claims i;e-  eorded there, many of which are extremely pioniising. One or two of the  groups have, been incoi porated a ml fin -  ther mention will be made of llieni later. This seel ion only needs a proper  road (Ojopeit it'up and it will be more  heaid of; indeed, a good deal of its future depends upon the installation of a  good road, and it .viil be badly set back  if such is not provided for this year-arxl  put in the proper place to open ������tributary claims. Seveial notable men have  gone into Cariboo Creck'and it is said  think very, highly of it. Claims are  now located up to the summit and over  and mineral will be soon pioved lo exist right/over lo the Slocan 1^'tke.  ' X.VK'USe   IK 11UKY.  Nakusp is now" furnishing employment (o a very large number of men.  'Gennelle.'s mill has orders ahead for a,  million feci, and cannot at all keep up  with the demand. Their new'mill is "  finished and avvaifs'only the tnacbinerv  vvhich'is daily expected. When i-imn- '  ing it will ci if ,.15,000 feel per day of 10  hoursvand will be worked day and  night.       ,-  The C.P.R. are employing a number  of hands making new slips and landings, and a, large car' scow is being  completed. '  Mrs/ McDongald's and" J. McNeil's  hotels',are newly an ayed to "meet the  lequiremenls of Hie increased travel  and are most, complete and comfortable.' There ia talk, loo'', of it new liist-  class house, being erected opposite the  station, and Mrs. McDoiigald ''already ,  has excavations completed- for the  buildings,wbicb^lie plans.   ,,, ">  uii.vvEit 'mjir,iJixo up.  ' New Denver is not. by''.any means  what many outside who cannot, see i'.-.  think, eclipsed by Slocan City or worried by the great progress a I. lire latter  place. On the contrary it never looked  brighter, nor the people more hopeful.  Buildings are going up wholesale and  are mostly the pi-oducirru'-successful  mining operations. It is a practical example of what, pei sevi ranee and faith in  a camp comes to and ils people a re still  what they naturally hav e always been,  intensely loyal to their town. They  hold more interests, bonds and peihaps  money, than (hose-of almost any other  town in the country. ' ' ���������  WATKIl   HOUTI2  NOTES.  The  old  steamer  Koolenay is lying  dismantled .'it   Nakusp,   and   its   new  namesake is being  finished, and   filled  foi I he passenger service in   which she ,  will speedily he employed. ,  The steamer Nakusp made her fiist,  through trip from Arrowhead to Trail,  for this season, on the 23rd hist.. Last  year this trip was not made till May ,  ���������lib, so that this season (he season coin- ,  mciiccs two weeks earlier. Capt. Nos-  bift is in command while Oapt. Gore  is ill ; Pete is still mate, and Kennedy  purser.  The new sleamei Koolenay is on the  run with freight only as vol, but a  g tug of men are eibployed putting in  ihe fixings fitting her for passengers  also.  The new boat on Slocan Luke is  nearly coinpleled iind will, it is expected, he put in commission about May ,  l.'ith, iiuyway it will be ready lor the  Queen's birthday. Iu this connection  it would be a fitting and apnropiialo  thing lo do lo christen her after the  graciou-> lady our beloved Queen, who  this year celebrates her diamond  jubilee. This suggestion is warmly  recommended by many lo vvluun the  idea has been liroacli.-d, and it is their  hope to soiiu nee the " Victoria" si i-.-iu -  ing on Ihc'lakc which carries the silver  name of Slocan.  Great Northern Ore for Nelson.  arclKieacon  Coo. J.   A I kins,  Chic.i  denl of the French Cieok llvdiaulie  Co., accompanied by Mr. Scapp, their,  hydraulic engineer, -, arrived,- in town  yesterday. 'Mitch .of. .'the" con.ip.-iny.'.s  pla.nl has arrived 'and some of it has  already .been forwarded.' Cm Frencli  Creek; . Mr. Atkinn is busy to-diiy getting the business afi'ai'-.s of. the .coin-  panv in shape for the' season's wink.  Mr. Scapp ..will . have -ch.-irge of the  eieiiion At\(\ operation of I he plant,-  Two carloads  ffoin   the   (.beat  Lake, lo   the   -N(  if   ere    were   shipped  Nor'thcin,   in   Trout  son   smelter   on    the  Tin!    me   is'vciy   good   grade  ibout A7 or --sS in  gold,   S]0   in  L'-irr  goin  Si 2 in copper aud .-.bout --i-'lUO iu  silver. It r ost a hi nit Si'1X0 per ton  to gel tliisuie fn,in the mine lo Nelson iui'l s|!) oi this was tor the distance to Allow herd, ihe r.-.te from  llic.ro to Nelson being but S2.:j0 per"-  ton. '....'���������...-���������,'..  ������������������   Speaker'��������� Higgins Bolted.   '   ;.:-:  The Hon. I.'). 'W. : Higgins, speaker.  .of the'legislature, has bolted tlie 'Cov-  erniiient (in the Cassiar llnibvav'. Mill.-  He declared i:j. 'cr'nmnit teei that' it,  would create a great iii-niopolv and lie  I.  would it'll support it. PAGE <2  -n  HIE KOOTENAY MATE.  Zbe Ikootcna^ fJDafl  rrn'uKHKii ftvicilY satuuhay   ���������  - .VI' - '  HEVSLSTOKE, B.C..  -MY -  ATKINS & SMITH.  ' 1'i-ni.isunits ami I'Ko'.-i:.'i:i-ons.  , Subscription   ?ric3,   $2.00   Per    ilaam!  !\CJ' sTIIICTI.Y   1\    \I)V \XCi; \->S    ADVERTISING F.ATJ33.  rONTHACT ADVKiri'ISKMKNT.S in-vrlrd .it  I lie i-.ito of .s'1.,^11 ]ier ������������������(iliinii) iiu-li pi-r mouth.  Kors]>.u-es of six column, ini-liu-.' or over !?l  lier incli l'C-r iixmlli.  I'KAXSIKNT ADVKKTISKMKNT.S Hv. l"-r  lino lil'-t insertion. ;)r. fior- line't.iell siili-;..-  i|iicn! iiis^-i-tioa. Tlie iiiiinlji-i- of linr-  revknn. <1 lij simce m i-n]iicil. V2 line-  to  llic  I!K.M)IN(i NOTK'lv-j lie. per line c.icli insertion.   nnk"-s   eoiiti.ii-ted   for  hy  tin-   In1'  '     lines. ' c  JOB I'IMXTIXC of cvci-j kind at ino-l li-.i-on-  able- riitcsiind s|iorl(">t iinik-c-.  AC'Cnt'NTS fur .|ob pi-iiiIiml; or iiihcrl i-ine  t'.iMililc- on llic lii'sl of L'Vcrj n 101:1 i 1.  rnl.'KKSI'ONIIKXCK on all mald-i". of lo-cil  or pulilic intricsl invited ruid 1 .uefnllj  con-  '      siilcrcil.    All''01111111111ic.il ions lo tin-   1-Mitoi-  niilst.lic ncroiiip.'iliKd  li.v  tin:   name  .if  llic  1 wi-itcr. not neccs-nrily Iiij-  pulilic uion.  lint  us 1111 c\ idi-nci- of j,'i������id fuilli. ,  Addirs-.  Tiik Kootknay Mail.  ' "   ' Kevelsloke, B.C.  tho Aims Holden Co.'s special  "Columbia,"Vancouver," "Kootenay'' should he worn by everybody who wants a- first-class  jnountain" "  RliVKLSTOKK, MAY 1." 1807.  , Tin; persistency of the Opposition  to the Kailuay, Loan Hill is tii.-iinly  responsible for two' inipoitant amend-,  inents to the act which makes it somewhat'less objectionable than when in-  -trorhteed. The first provides that  where railway ^companies lay aside  'portions of their land grants'for town  'sites'those t'ownsitcs shall he subject  at once to taxation. The second will  compel Mr. JIeiu/e's company to forfeit  its land grant   if   it   accepts   tho   cash  bonus   of   S 1,000. tier   mile.     Though  ' , ff '  , this last, was opposed 'by   menihers   of  the Government a sullicicnt uiuuber of  their followers voted for   Mr.   Sword's  iiinendnicnt to carry it.  niinistiw and if Uioje be one meniber  of the'legislature with any pntiiotisin  or yo.-d for til'- public vveal he should  resign bis s<-,|i, ;is rl protest. Such a  com-o would icsitH in biiiigiug the  whole policy 'if the government lo lho  -ilteutioii of the country im-ie loicibly  tlii-.u c-u bo (h-iU' otheivvisc. Kailiiig  this a popular agitiUnai for disallowance hy th(- vJovorimt-Ooneial should  be in-iugur.'itr'd hy-itid on behalf of tiie  people or tlie whole Pi evince.  Tm-: latest   and   by'long   odds   the  j        - i-  most adacious proposal of (he Provincial Government, iu its effort to dis  pose of the public doiiiain to, private  ���������corpor.'itions was niade last Fiiday To  tho legislature, when the Pieinier  'moved the second reading of " A\\ Act  gri'inting iiid   to   the   Cussiar   Central  Tin-: I'Vdyt'/il Government has at hist  announced i.tiv tni ill policy, for which  the cinuili v ll^is I't'oti waiting since the  electious J.ist v'l'ne, and ,th.il oil ic-  peatod (pK-siion "' What will . the  Lilii-r.ds do u'itjs the X. J'." is answer,  ed. The new vcliedulc piovos not' to  In: a revolutionary eue, as predicted by  some and iio|A(l fur by ollieis, but a  readjustment, ris pininiscd, with a view-  to lightening the burdens of taxation  In I hose least riblo to hoar tlicin hy' .a  reduction on uoeossanos, while cio;it-  ing .-is little (lirturhiuu-e as possible to  trade. Of coin so it does nut pleasO'  evoi vbody or fill , iuteiosts; (h.-lt vv.i.s  haidly to be esjicctod. 'Coinniendatiou  was baldly to lie looked for in conservative ([Uiii'lyis, but 1 he inilepcndetil  pi ess and l-hv public generally look  upon it as a I'-'di' UK'.'isure'oi' iclief from  the, excessive duties and 1 est 1 ietions  impo-,ed by. tho old tarill', 'and the  Liberals are <3nid (o bo enthusiastic  over it.  'The great, industry of l!. C. has not  boon ovorlo'ik-i-d in the new (mill.  Mining muchi'iory of all kinds, whether  lnaniifactiilQd in Canada or not, is  placed on the Free list as'i.s also nitroglycerine and blasting powder. The  agricultural iuiorests get free - binder  twine'and a induction on implements.  .The incroaM"! eu spirits and tobaccos is  in the natuic fif .'i tax on hixuiies. '  Vrohahly it-N inost iiiijXutiuil.feature  is the (loiihlu schedule by .which preferential troiitnii'iit w ill beaccotded Oieaf  Iititiiin .tiul oilier loiinliies wliieJi will  extend -iinij.-u' favors to Canada. The  "' disloyal''. Grits have done what the  " Ioyiil " Tories only miked of doing,  and,1 thanks te i\lr. L-iurier. aud his  colleagues, C'lUwIa's message to the  mother hind in this year of jubilee .will  he most upprups-i.ilo, Inc.tilling,'' as it  does, good, will, ,'iml ovincing .1 desire  t<> draw closer vet the ties which bind  herigroatosi colonv to her.  PROFESSIONAL.  \J\I   B. McKECHNIE,  PHYSICIAN an^SUBOBON,  RHVKLSTOKK - ._ - _. B.C.  OKJ-'IfK near fnion -Hotol. Call- bv Tck-  )i1io:it' or Tdi-f'i'.ipl! jiroinpi I.v .ui'.-nded to.  Ollire liour-.: il:.'in lo U .1.in.. 1-li'l lo I ,oid  7 t<> S p.1.1.  pHAS. R. CARLYON.  ' Bappister-at-Lsw, Solicitor  and Notary Public.'  .T-:f Ol-'KIC!'::    M \n. lmijdiii-  itevcl-lnke. H. C.  REAL E&TATi-: AND IVUNING.  '       C. E. SHAW,  ' y  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance.  Agent for Ferguson tow.r-.sitc.  llKVHLKTOK.!.   B.C.,  C. S. DOUGLAS,  Real' Estate and Mining Broker,  IS) Coi-dnvr. St., VANOOXTVEE, 3.0.  ���������    T. MATHEWS,  Real Ksuuennd Mining" Broker  '*     ', 319 Cordova St.,  " VANCOUVER,;B.G.  ."Mining stocks and pi-operlies bought  and sold on   commission.    Correspondence solicited."  MISCELLANEOUS.'  GUY   BARBER,  V/ATCHitfAKER, AND JETWELLKR   ,  Repairing Nently & Promptly Executed.  BSVELSTOKE, E. C.  J AS. Mc.MAliON,  Genera! Blacksmith & Woodworker  IvOpairs to Wagons.    Tool--- Sharpened.  SHOEINC    A    Si KCLVLTV.  OOJ-vC3^ES,OX^k.XJ   HOTEL  Corner of Hastings and Canibie Streets,  VANCOUVER,  13. C.  Equipped   wi(h   l^leviiior.   Electric  Bells.        J Tea ted   with   hot wafer,  and  all  modern   impiovonienls. , r '  Bates %-������ per day. ��������� '(..THOMAS, Pkophiistok.  DOERING & M.ARSTRAHD:  BflEWIHG OOMPAnY,  yA?NCOUVIvR. B.C.  Alexandra l/iger -aw\ I'orter, in    Kegs  and  Bottles.     Alvvavs leliable.  BEAUMONT BOGGS & CO.  .  Milliner. Iirokcrs,  ' VXCTOFtlA, 3. c.  1 Miiies and Mininir. Slocks.'  a '"  '  COHRESPOiiDENCE SOLICITED.  J. R. HULL & GO.  Wholesale"   and   Retail  33TjrT,o3H:Ti]s,s;,  Purveyors of IIio'h--clas.s,Meais.  RBYBLSTOKS, B.O.  ''g  All orders in our lino will be  prompt l\  altelided to.  The Staff of Life  - / is Breacl- ���������  'l^he.better the bread ihe.beuer  the sififl". -sSss^  Can   procure   at'��������� the    principal    Hotels  I    THORPE'S   .SODA   WATERS.  Awards for. Kxcellence World's Fair '93.  B  lj  MAP3 r  1 pap  ILLECILLEVVAET,  B.C. .  The Pioiieer Hotel of the Pioneer'  camp of West Kootenay.  Good rooms, newly furnished.     -      - .   -      Best table in town.  'Choicest Liquors and Cigars. ''"Commercial' Room.  bates$1 to ?e. -.p-   niriUAn^ooM   rb  ^i^������-- t .  HfUnAKObUN.  Prop.  ' ' t *J *  11 r-71���������* "srrttfrcrrff��������� ?T7^r-  , BftRBERS,  /,   mcneil,. ���������  SASBES SHOP ASTE> BATH ROOM.  Front,, fit root, Bcvelstoku.  Haircut, 25c;  Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for SI.CO.  P    L. JOHNSON,  Kkvi-;!,stoici-: Statio.v, B.C.  Haircut and shava 50c.   fi.s���������^~_.    ���������   rc,<XJE!S(jr Comfortable Parlors.  0;->i-vc5;in Drug Store.  A. N. SMITH,  ��������� ' Baker and Confectioner,  Revklstokic Station'.  Any; One ��������� ���������    ".  ' "Requiring Wood  Can Buy it Ch.e/ipor fiom  '' W;FLEMrirr  -,wbrOioi Miil Hotel.  FRANK  VAN DALL. Pkoprii-tok.  Revelstoke; B.G.:  Best Tile' -ia Town, -Well ��������� Firaislied - Booms,  bChoie8si Wines, Lipoid and Cigars,.     ;  '.-,    ' Bvflpyliing Strieily- firsi-Class.  "' -  /  . .1. - ^___ . '. ' >  Terms 8-2 per day.  Kamloops- Beer-on Draught  !    ... ���������! 3_.CJL.1 ..^.~\.. J'���������**...  ii   r.  a  sk-.._L2Ls .  ]ur "Xp  TAIiORS.  Applying- for Railway Charters.  1\    S-  WILSON,'  I'V,.       .  IiOcn.1 Merchant Tiilor.  To suit figure or piirt-o.  Tviiilwiiy C(>."    Tlie  .-lid   "r.uitod   on-I     :;(.w r.-iilwuv rvh os ju-oas pl.'ntil"ut J "".  sist.s of a louse for fifl xAeii'rs of "lands I .-,( Oltavv.-i tl'.i> U-s-ion   :i>   llioy   nrc  ;,t  j Onlor .-Hid lte.nly-.Mmli-.  in    tlie   olootor.'il   district,   of   Cissi.-ir,    Viotori.-t. AnoihyM the latest proposals- ;  to-othor with all iiiiiioi.ilspteoion.sand    "I" inloivM lo U. ('-. N one for the inoor-|  ;   ^      ,       . ,    , , iii poi.-itioii'ot  ,Vrs.M'< II. Fr.'tiiiit.iine,   (.'. I  base therein and thereunder, ami   also . ,.    . '    .   .     ,    ,,        inn        ,'  s IN. Arnisti oii^,   ,\ilU   t'.uiipt'i'll,   llmi. '  lite right to   extrnct.   the   saino   t hole- ' j_ K_ Thi!>.ui<U-;ui  and   A.  ('. Win l-1,-.'!  Mining iflsiginear and Metallurgist -  ���������.     ,.. . ,    -REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN'B:b ���������  than they can   afford  10   steal rj   ; '        < ���������    '  it and tfiKe the chances of,   A,'-v"v^VN     ���������(   3r i ������������������;   ;-        \\\',r.p-  Pror.iiit  itiid   (loiioot   IIosikIs   (Hiiiranteod.     llcports made on lirope: ties,  /.��������� .       ii        ' ������ '        - ip  etc.    (,<i\o use a oall. ,        , -  ���������beiivj' cauyht.  ^raying a esosiaity  " -   At Lowest Prices,  Rcvsls&oke Station, B.C.  tA.MPIJKLL ^ CO.    ,  abla Ta'lors.  from," under r'ei tain   oondilions.      I'^or \ under' tin- nam'' ot" tin-   Hi-Lush   I'.ioilio / tAMf lil'.LI. it  eiw.-h niMo of railway liuill  10J 10 acu-s ��������� U-iilwiiy Ci-mfVi-iv to   huil-.l  a   raihv,-,y "'            Fashions  of land in a I,lock- is to   -o 'under  'the    frmn Vi( toi i.,, U. <'.. to Winnin,-.  v i, n.,',\    *  ...                          ������    .            <.        ' Untto Inlet.   Cilrilior..   lidniont. :i.   ,-u.d ������ ������;r. H.O.nI   -t. A.  I s oimoo Av (  .cent to   or the company   inul . .-itiv   tiee    ��������� .         ...            -.,.      .          ... Opi-n-U.-tin- Dnard,         >  1      :           . ..-         .     Pni.ee .Mhi'i't. \'. itn .i l't.iii.-li Inn-  to  f\ '  I.ate ,of Ciovi-riiiiient St reel,  VICTOaiA, S. C.  '!:-)]������>!-,v-ri "f  i-'::i" -i n'.-Ii .mil   Kiii^li-li  (ioci'N.  minor in.'iUin- a loc.iti.ui within siioh , 1U)ill, otl i [.,/,--,,,r? }iiy ,������������������] .!U,>fl���������.,  area will lie compelled I" give tho coin-' hr.mc h flow n Hie v;;l;i'.v- n!"''ii.' r.in-if,  jiany a half inleio-st, inul - on   piivinoiit , ('clniiihi.i .iti'l K-i'.t.'c.iy Ita -is tu  tlie  , of 80 at. acie the c pauv is to receive   i"ter...itio...d !,.-ui..!,uy. rjT iiO.MAS IIHos. Lt <iHANT,      ���������  ,..,..         *.                -        i,    I-'. A. Il'-i.ii"  c:i- .iss(.t-i.it.-i!  s,.-.,-;.;|      1  the fecisimple of prospective n ui-siti-s. ' ^.!|(K ���������,,..,   v<1^   hi,1;   ;���������   ,   |ltIIj,...   ,,, ���������  -'TAiLOas   Tho grant   of   the   precious   nioi.ds   i-- onil,.! a  i,,;i'\\ <V j,Mii   L,.ti,l-.(L-,.Lv. ', Suit- i'mii'i ^il2.  Pants from *J..     '  ���������suhject torii tov.-ilty ot'-one nnd   a   half    W. T., thnjuvrll i'lio To-v "s   .\'i-t    !>..>-.    Slil,,i,ll'-l,1,ll,  ni'Msuivnient   forms  .sent  tier cent, upon   tho   net' icturiis   tVum    to th-' t -do u.iie< "i -,-;,!���������..i; d oi i'.r.: i-i, '"'    ' "_'"' . _.  1 ���������     ' '        r ���������  l       i ���������      . ,    >, i .   "2 Government St.,  these metiils hoing paid to"i he (Jov ei u-   <��������� n.iini.n.i,   m ,v,-.o   .i-,'t" "-.:.-;;���������:<.   ,.    Wh]t:-.lbor onlv VICTORIA   B. C  ,   . ,  ,.   . .,_,s lit illilo    '   V i  I      ! p,'     <   nln-j)1- .(      I,"   ��������� i '      ,.!' '   niotit. and in addition ������������������-:)<)  per   annum    ,, ,. -    , , ��������� :  .   ' U'.lison.     He. -jv-< ,  I- -;->-.-11 _' li.;   i.'.  ... I   oi- r-l-iinis held . , ,.   , ... _      co:;tp.actc.-{s and builders.  XJI   Claims.IK io.      ,,   ,,    .      .     ���������     (,      ,     ,. ?   . (,|   [>,u-li,iM,i-l1i!*t.o.j!.,(ll.i.li/;.'.;.,j-- p.n.Jc.ct.i- ;.��������� __.-.,;     ��������� .;,..;..:;.-;,;;;..    ;:-���������:l;C^:���������.._:���������-:_C:_^-...i_  Thi<  iliill/.'-'iUrcoriliii'g -to'' -Preiuierj'    ..-. ���������.'.--'---������������������^���������-^-s^.-���������~,.^...: .-..-. -..^ ���������.- ;;;-:���������;,.. ,.���������';..,-��������� ,. ���������-.-���������-; ���������:.'' -:   ���������:.  ���������.:":���������������������������:���������, ���������'--,���������'...���������.;'....'    . "���������;���������; .��������������������������� ',:-.,,  ,  ,      ,:.  ���������"���������; %-W -,.���������������������������-,.-, ���������   i,.'   '-...:. 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BUTCHER \..\  IlKAI.KIt I.V,  Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack;  Driving and Draught  Horses. ."     ���������  'Revelstoke Station, B.O.  caatgj7jargc.w������i������g������'cs-c^rrxr=s *aj.vj.u-csssr*-  OX  fh������...  1^  11 A S TTii  OL/uoiknuim xi(  I. AUriOilT HVONIO, PuoiMiim'ni;.  The1 Dining Room is faraisheil with ihe .best the'  Market .afels.  a0  THE BAR IB SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  ���������n���������'.'.'.-..* L^rcf  .   g B il  w hieh he'iliii'ifcsi'^-jv'uii'li'li- imi. ',l,<e,. 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'    ,c"ip"l'at iiiii;and as,. f'-jr  deini'iiisl.rni ing ; ^^SGVOi-.v ,*  \ - the liiissiliilii.ies  of, lho   '.���������oi'iiilrv.    \i l.'io j H- s- HOWMW..1 :  ���������:-.  -..'-.���������  , ?i-5������L<tont.  , ,has. ili.no this hut. l-lio ���������pr.o'-'.r.cct.or..     !l" ;     ^^ ii^^y. Hugh Kyari. S^cri.'  '. has^tlre.idy (loii'-.tiiis   in ' O.assiar   else |/        J.ili'ray.   T;S^tS-;rUji<l Sta7!;,,r,      :���������  .this (���������oiiipany. V'1.'!1'!''!   iiot,Ji:i ve: sough), j |_jeacj Office   - ���������-������������������ ���������    ���������    ''-TO'ROM 'T'O:  D.  P., W;U!s|E;,;"C.i.fK.r.i:''fy1jn,if;������>, .'   _ _ _    J;   :,  P;;i.r.B '"and . Kstiinrv'-csaPrsyarcrl.  ':.;  : -.���������:���������  ���������' '������������������.'! r}.E V E L 3TO V. E.' ST AT IO i<. 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CENTRAL HOTEL  A!:ilAllAi\!SON'   I5H0S.,  Puoi'hihtohs.  t Cj o  First-class Table   ���������*���������   G-ocd Beds   4  Fire-proof Safe  Tele-phono   +, 'Bus Sleets all Trains.  .'Cr;s^h]:i^sS<sD  liiMju.) 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';.. .. j  ��������� -'������������������.���������' 1.   .....   . 1    j 1 1 nil;,-'-it.nn iHnfii-. .srviiiMiii-li. ������������������      ���������   I ���������       '���������'���������....., I  Aiient of the, country he ussist.-d  nr  no- | ,'��������� /{/(A ^7///,//;,/ ;YO/r7'//-.l"i ^iT:     !'  \      h       \\i[ r, p C',. nj nr ,, ���������    T," h C<. '".j  ���������.oelomtedrliv hlankeling a groat, section    ,,,.,������������������,,;���������,   Ma���������. \ j,^,: I.,,  i^it::   Mi,,,'.!'J<    Ai J-'^^diidUy,   ��������� ;l , \j: J., ��������� ���������  -   ,( 'll.ltrni-y.     /. lllrl-iil'.������������������ '    I'l'lll.-i- , ,-\ l:i;'-l |.    Sli.-:|  Ivlniiiiii.'iii, /, ii.ii-    \V,:i!iii|i'-':.'..>..',-i.ii..'      -  !,;   ..PKBtSI^T DISEASE.  v ptirilyiri^   your   yards. Und  /stiiSSl'^Bffl  ��������� ������������������ inurisit c'hi'.i:'mi:i.i .-������������������ -  Vuiii oiivri'. -        .-   ���������'���������;���������,'        l.'evcisi'iki'-'.  ' ,of it. for half -a 'cent ury.'f     -..  :,'     It is lime I hat a, halt vv.-jk called   in  litis 'policy of. s'(|iiiii'nk-iiiig the. .:n'iit iiral  ��������� .wealth ulid oppoi I iiiiilie.s of I he, ., Prov -j -a'^^.is-c,. '       '  ... ii j . A-'/.&f-!.Tii:   ��������� ���������  : "j.i'u.'ir, which    is ' liein.'i ��������� tinintei rupl.e.dlv    l-.'i.M������'iN.,l-:.vr.'.. tJo.-i'IS I.'h.'ii!.1:. hm,   ;.,'i:\v Viijo;,  ...    i      ,,     .  "'   .���������������������������    ��������� ,,      ',     " liiuil; nl'Mn.-itivii-l,    ���������'��������� ��������� '  ptirsitr;(|  hy t ho (..mcriiinciil.      J rotos.i  vifjlr-press iinii (,f i.idi^idm.lsMT,:,,  lo    A f^Ii.; V *1 ���������;^; ���������]*? }'!v^.^ Y?T'WV^:  jhaye 1,1/  (fllcot    with .this   njion.-'itlirift     A. |'(, CHEARH,  M;w^f:r, i"?i;V;-.lstoko.  .���������'Assayep^ind'jM.inin^fe^nficiv  0:> .'.iiA^ii'lNos st;, . . '  V;\i\f.;'o(iVi';Rv fi.-'c":;   :  '��������� ���������'���������"       O ���������!*-'!' ',.,'       '  All n.s.siiys .'i.n'1 iirialyl ii-al work done jn  ���������''���������,. .���������    '<lltplji'.':i(e    Wit l|  ' '' . ���������       '.       '  .''.cr-iiimJiiui-i������������������pariiaii-.i,; cara 'rtjid (Impntcli.  ���������/���������,'i|.|.!ni   .  ���������CIILORIDl!i;GP liie;  .   '.��������� 'l '���������   '.''��������� ���������������������������' '. .<>H "..���������'������������������ :  [\'!     SURE.'DISINRECTAtlTS.     '���������'-.���������  ;,,i��������� <ir sale at' ������������������������������������ .,  ABBY:,3 DRUG- STOKE,,  R.EVKi'������.TO7������5,,STATA0N. B. 0,, ,  .Wall orders promptly .-at t e'lali-d In.  '..'���������', ������������������   -���������������������������' ; -:"'''"���������' '��������� ;".. .'{.^"J." J-CRRl's', 'Proprietor.'-���������;.. ". ' ���������;'.",'.. /'..-.:  Ipl-olass :vTile3'^  .������������������':  ���������.. r:.;.;'. \Chpice -^Wiiies,- 'LiftUOFS���������;;'ah'(i:',;.'pigfarsJ'.-.",:::,-.{'/iv.:-."  l,Bates:.$'i''aiid-$'2 per"day." ':-".;:;       .'.:-.. c;':> '.';',  I '" CLOSE.TODEPQT;AND;BOATS,- ���������;  ,.:G(iiii;������  "���������"���������' ;   ,   !'   ,;A:SPB0I^LTY. .;-' ���������'".'���������       ������������������.:���������.' * \ P-T-
For Great Britain is tlie  Keynote of
Fielding's Budget.
o According lo oiistoin lho Fori oral
Government took control of all telegraph line's in Canada last, Thursday so
as to prevent speculate! s oi others taking any nn.diie advantage of Ihe ta:HT
changes to he announced hy Finance
lUinistci Fielding. No hudgci speech
since Confederation had heen -'is eagerly awaited and the whole'nation was
anxious to know what the Li1ior.il Government was going to do with the
lai ilf. Tho speech, according lo the
press dispatches, was not a disappointment. The Nova Scolian'sell'oit, heing
classed .'is one of tin* most brilliant in
the annals of tho Commons.
Mr.   Fielding's   budget   was divided
into  thiet-   section--:.    Fii.-t   came   explanations   of   financial   conditions  of
the  last   twelve   months,    which   was
latgcly   a   repetition   'of,    blue    book
statistics.    The.li came cjipl.mat ion*   of
what,  the  Government   expect   '<>    do
during Ihe next financial   year iu   the
way of i evonuc and expondi! in o. Nearly ten months of the present, year have
'   elapsed  and; the   revenue   amounts   In
SjtfO.2ol.ltW, with expectations lh.it w ill
bring the total revenue up to i-i'fi.HOO,-
000.    The expenditure has been for ten
months   $2.">, KH, ISU,   and  expect,itions
are  $]2,o")3,S)(U  inoie.    On   account, of
the abnormal swelling in   the  revenue
before' the   tariff atmoiinceiueul,    the
nexl two months may bo,-looked   upon'
' to produce t ho same revenue as  March
and April,  lie expects a deficit of $o(X),-
OiX).    On the basis of tho now tin ill'  wo
should have   noxt,_year- a    revenue   of
',$87,."WO,(XX),   which    he   calculates   will
make ii deficit of $7o0,0'j:). "'    '
Taking tip tho tarilf question ho
��veiit back to the lirst taritt'( after con-
fedoration, showing the. development
of the protective system which not
'oven Sir.lohn Macdomild had expected
to keep up permanently, but. was only
calculated to meet the. abiioi'inal need.s
, of the country at a'time of financial
depression He wont to tho'heart of
the inar.ufact.urers0 claim, of ,vested
lights in the national policy, which he
denied in Into.
The historv of Canadian manuf.n-
fillers has been that, of a big fish eating
up the small one-, and oven the larger
ones ciying out for more, assistance.
' He pointed out that' nature is to a
. certain extent a protectionistclo our industries. Again Canadians manufacturers have the adv antages of being
�� , ''    il
���   in (he home  market  and   beyond   this
his'piotet t ion oT p.-U riotksin. No man
ever fancied the Gov. rnuient would
adopt a policy of free trade., in a
moment,. .Manufacturers .knew in investing thou-money they were taking
ri<ks. There was ,i speciil-ttiv e element
in this national policy business, but tlie
interests of labor hnv" to be considered
as w ell as loose of capit il.
Turning to tr.iile relations with the
United Stales' he deplored tin- unfriendly indications from I'l itemint r>\
Many well in ���-tiling Can i-lians pre-s
for retaliations-. We submit that it is
wiser-to wait and see the-t e.siilL of the
, present uncertainty in the United
States r eg.ii'ding the trade policy, and
pending such-it is "prudent to not extend retaliation. Canadians wish to
Hade with .-ill people who will ileal
with us. What i.s any nation -but, a
combination of individuals. Let trade
drift into natural channels-. Canada
has not the right to complain of t'he
effect of lho Dingley bill. Let, us instead follow tho Uuiled States*o.\a uplo
in ft.lining our-t.-ii ill' wi'h an eye Lo
our own interest, This leads'" to the
conclusion that wciuu.st hav o one tariff
, for couutiio.s willing to trade' With u-
.���mil another .schedule for all olhot.s.
" "We propose a genera] tariff, hugely
on the linos of the present, I've from
some of the enormities injustices,
spoeilie duties and restrictions. Then
again, there will be a specu.I tariff l\l\-
countries desirous of trading-with us
and this laltor gives above all a prefei-
etico to the products of Croat Britain.
Grout- IJritain and other count ries
favoi ing Canada will receive immediately a reduction of I until .Itine 7,
1S0S, ,-uui after I hiit ) reduction. This
really const il utes t he preferential I reat-
inoht which Gioat ijrilain will enjoy
uiiderlhe Liberal I. irilT as she only i-
ilia position to take advantage of it,
A question arose an lo Ihe lavol-id
nation clauses iu imperial coiiime, oi d
treaties anil the ciVcct which the sam >
would hiiveoii the operation-, of Cn-
ada in the revised tarilf. llolgian and
(ioruian I real ios especially stand m I he
way. The (iuance miuistor explained
thai Great, Jlritain's pai I ioip.tl ion in
t he prefoieiico is not made through any
('.special provision, therefore, it cannot
be claini'-d for Germany, JJclghmi and
other count i ios under tin; l-'reuch
tiealy unless (hey comply with I he
special conditions which the Canadian
Gov ei nincii! demands.
In his summing up Mr. Fielding
claimed the Liln-iai parly has fiillilh-.l
its promise and pledges (o the Canadian
t��)d-.d in ma. keis of hero-a u-election. - T(J  ilK:   Pri'lUm"' Trade of J3.C.  1 T"['F'P~i!"Q �� '&  T
1 lie   nev,-   lanir   has    advainagi-s     (ij j ������������a-���   -^=.-^ a=-��.�������.*,*.
gre.uei  simplicity, mid   is   intended   to ' -j     c:-v(0.[,:, ;��-,;���     \< i..I., -,t -. v.i, \,\hi. Aim i i- '���
reiniive I he li ic! io:i si, conimon bet v. eon | *'���    <in'i>p   itniji lu- ( u ,  i.,e  Kui placed j    .
customs iiuLhoritie, iind business   men. ��� \" '-Luil,.  u.'U,,   aii'i-i.   u;  th,.- 'I moaHi 1 >jh- i            --K&HllGOpS, J3.G.-
The Governmo.il gives to  ihe   c-.-jiy \ j"^""-'"- ''" tl;' ];������-���"-.. le.-l  wilt i-mUI'^ \ Ey       . , Seer hi bottles an
,  ,             ... lii'.i..fji .on is ,t   i,i'i,ii���iii'  1)  C      A  ;u.l   line   '                 . M        i                          o    /-n    i
the boon oi free'coin  and   -pec-iady   to . ,f Al]]!  ^ WVjl)^-s ,,., ,,;M!^ hl,.  ���,���   ,,0 j               All orders proinptly^filled
the d.iiiying ii.tere.sls    The n du< I ion-, i:,.;,i ii,  s(,-, j, [:ltr : nr.,\ ,t   ���_',,\ i}<  <-.\!iii,3t-r    is.   \\ l-'H lll'kl I'/C
on (oa! oil.  fencing   iii.d   biudi-r   I v. ine ' 1"'' ��� ^-. i"') \nu- ���'��� .e.i i  ,<.,- :��� ci i_r- '..ill  I
UlJn j
wili be-especially   app:eeial--d   by   t'je    '^!'i-'1 i:<-v J-n.I-.c.   li joii wain ,oi i-,iiin,iii!
,. rni    ' i i"        l    i        ,    l I     ^'Ull  10       ' '
larmeis.     I he ii:e<li( al and dental   pin- ,   ,.  , j,���
. ' i .1. (. ( it(i.\|]..
fess-idii.s  aie   assisted    hy    instriunenis j < <Vm, ���n\c-i-, H.V.
being p'tll'ou the free list. Tile milieial ! .\-_"-iu. for Uic muisI L-j-ripL'tc Print jis' stiiiply
and    iiiiniug   interests  of  ('anada   ai e    bou-o in fan.i.la. ���      '��� 1-tf
recogni/.ed   by   iiiiniug  machiiier.y  -e-,	
curing a place on th" l.v" list.  Cheaper  I
iron is designed to aid   manufacturers.
A telncti , th"c<���. of bread   stall- j X'TC.itVaftJft^^^^ .
Will help tho   public   geln-rallv.     Gleat   ' <'niel' C(i|iiii)i-s!')ii< r i.f  Liu Is and   \\ rn-ks  for I
..   .     .     , ,     . .      ,       *. ,1 I'ci niiss'im in ]ini-.-li.isi- "lie lii'iiilrnl  and   sj\ij-
lllltain lias only been dealt with if. ��lir , ,u-k-i.i'.iv nr li-s nf l.uid siiii.itel alioiit i lovcn
ih'si>i\fs Siie Ii-is .O'-cn us i I n-'.i ' iln. ! iml"-a'��.v c C-Uli'--Clf'-K "a llic c.isl liiink lit
'" l .; "' "-1- -.'��<���' ""'���I '���"'.->< <u��' ; ti.cCuiinnlii.i (iivci-���n,l ndii.iiiiilLC .-n llic (itsl
gl ye of libel ty.  To-morrow llim-iNoni- , side tin; ],!<_���-. injiiion ofA. W. .M^lni'isli.
house-, of Canada will  open  on   tonus i     jt.nvli iii-.l. I&U7.  ' "iu'l'i
of jirofeieiilial i,'I-ade   to   the   mother' '	
country, a most fitting  recognition   of' K[0U?f0'^j
this, t ho glorious ye.-ii of jubilee.
fei- 'irt^\i Zi KJ     'i^ ^i   -s^ ,l(is. ->|0NXINr,. s, c.
"v-iaiilisiK d      G^ ��3i -vnn ���sy>, j -j! ^ij cv-
A  K"��'i.il "iv  in.n-l:U.    '"S'iT'iiF^s^'ij���^,
I ,uYc-t v.oi-lisin Col.a-.e!.,     ^tTC^ISS
IllOIICI II lllllls ,111     lll.LC.-ll Hl-
i'.'\ .-.! Ill nver. lila'io Kiu-jii^s, an 1 Ill.i-k Hawk.
Grc sold on com-jstitivD OiJs. Write lor our
rcli icik i Ijc-.'U. .v.'lditss fibu,~i ..'CO Sam.jliajj
Oo., J^iUVor, Col.   Clnlil Jinllion ljiaitclil.
,   ,        KELLIli REBELS
Against an- E.xtcnsio!i~of Time lo N. &
F. S. Kailwiiy.
lu commit t'-e on th" N"!son-Foit
.Shepp.u'd Itailvvay Subsidy Aiiieud-
uieiit Act. l.is'��� Fi idny, Mr. iveilie took,
.strong ground -igaiiint the bill, caiiin
ing that the company wore robbei s and
.pirates; thai, instead of bringing down
such a bill as this, the Attorney-General, if he did his duly, would pioseeule'
Iheni ils ielons; that they had not complied with the Laud, Act in l.heii
maiinei of .surveying I heir claims; thai
the company, claiming that they wen-
short of the lvquiiod act cage, had
received a Ci own grant of 1,100 "aoi es
north of Hossland, really to scour.��� the
timber on il.       . ���
-'.Mr., Williams poinl e.1 out thai 'this
/���onipany had been allowed to lake up
its land directly i (intrarv lo the tonus,
of I he -Subsidy Act,   am
Manufacturers of ,
Siiingles5. Boiigii and Dressed
ine, -Gedar and Fir, Lumber!
<^t, ���
7vTf��TICK l.~ Itr.liKHVCIVKN  tit.it   I.  ('ory
^1    'Xlenliiiiiirk. iiit-.'iiil  ii'i iliij - ,i!ii-r date tn
make-iiMilicatiiin t.i the ClnVt ('naiiiiission -r of .
bands.-mi] Wink-  n,i- pc-rinissinn   tu  ]iim;l,iisi- J
(iliinciv-ril  land  siiiiit'.-'l  on   I'lsli   !!i\!r. har-
de.iir,  Wi-si   Kn itcir i,\,  a-id c ii'iim-ii-iin; al a
| past   jil,-.- -1  .n-t - .I'l-jve   thi; i-.in.MMi  oil' Fisli
1  'tiv.-i-111,1(1 i'.uuiui:; uu.tl)  "lie iiiilo. I'leiui- c.isl
[ (ino llillc. llieii.-c   su!U!i on"   mil",   lliLlieu   vvc-sl
' nut mile lo iililicol i-.ndp.i iu-i-iik in.
(���(iiiY JIoNHJXK'lv.
Dated :da:-_:i .'alii. 1.07. aO-!i[ i
,   'till-;
'10   AX I)   rttOM
fill 15a^t:orii Point?.
'I'Iii-oiikIi Kii'si ('l.i-sS>l(.<-]iini? Cars and Tourist
.Slci iunx Car-, to sit. I'.oil, .Mont real and 'I'oroiilo
\\ itliifiit i-li.mrir.
Well  seasoned     - Clear Cedar,
Wide,  Clear Cedar and   Pine for  Bar and' Counter Tops. *
ILxtra long" dimensions a specialty.
I        , ' \
VdTIOKl.-sUKiJlMY CIVKV i,Ii..t li'l (lav-
jS\ iilli-r il.ilr 1 iiileii.l lo applv t^i tiu-Cln'if
Coiiimissioiioi ol Land-and v.o'-'ts i,or a special
license to cut mill r:,HT> .iv\,,;j iiniher from ilie
following land -ittialc i.iil'u- X.J-;. Arm of
Arrow l.,il:e.,e(,ii!iiii-!ii In r .1! n jn-l a1 mil one
mil" iicrlii of Wl.i,l..-j print, tlu-ncj west J'J
ili.uns, llienoc ii jj ill S(| clianis, tliiiH-o oasl Hi
< Ii.lui-i.nu-e orle-s li- tV- lake Ihcm-u follovv-
iiii; -.lion; ol liil.o la ol.i:'..n ; ,i ant.       ' *
.1. K. I.'AYNIW.
Conii'.l'lr., V..V.. A pi.I l-'Lli, IV.)!. al'-tt'
VOTici-: ts rri-v thy ciivkv o.m. tiu'iiv
l\    d.ijs.iitii- i',.to ) will a; ply 10 tin; Hon.
Allan'.K IXiirt-ss ai ri\ i-s    !l:la daily.
P.i'iiic  MO:-'.'.   "
Akuow laiii: HiiANdi  Th.vins
Aivivb l.>:.i'l.  Tin's lnys, 'i'liiu-sl.ij s, s.it nrd.ijs
Jjj.ivo   l(!:-i'i,   rtnn.l.i.vs.  'l'ui'.sd.i.vs, Tliiu-sdajs.
Cliief Coi.iinis--.'ncr of !. n.ds an.i Wm ks  for a
sn.'ci.il li.-j'i   - i'l'.'i, ii"i'i;i- ii   Pm   following
(k-cri'ii;! tuiii-aliiiili ! on t;i�� i>,isi si le of  tlio
. . Ciihinrj'.i   Itlvir  b'.i-.vocii    L'pjirv and  !,o��i-i'
'���   lh.lt    in   onlv    Anov.-! ako ;. Mnol'n.i.v Hisiricl. < u.iinteman^
one vol v small section uiri the Pi ov line
retain any land witli froutage on lho
'���ailWcVy,, instead of tlie crown lands
alternating with the railway, land.s, ,-is
proyided by I lie Act'.
Hon. Col. ri.iker and Hon. ,Mr. !
contended  that   the   lam]   had
lo    ho
found for the,company, and inuld not
he found in 'the way s|-i.filied in ilhe
A,cl.   ,
Jlr. Sw ord pointed out. this was no
excuse w hateA'cr for the Govei i.ment
assuming to override Ih'e law an.l lo
aoi. as inej s,r,y fji; without any aiilh-
ority from the 'Legisi.itnre. It. was
only another instance of the .--lightc
'respect, the Laud Office bad for I ho law.
M r. Ki-llie produced sev eral aliblavil s
coin plaining on the p.-n t of d'tii'ei er,t
in i:-."is, ol in'es foioiit e w ith lho timber
on mining elaims. '
Comiueiit <i'.g upon Mr.   ICell.e's  attitude on this   measure   the   Co'
says':---     '
"So Uiisr i upidiius and yhanie'.ess
h.-tvo t ho, tiovei nnietit berouie in tin
mat tor of f.i\ m ing |
corporations, .-.(,'tho ex pen-o ol the
public, that their own supporieis arc
iivolling. The liilesf to'giv e the Government a piece of Ids inind--.'ittd a
pretty strong piece, too���is Mr.Kellie,
I he member I'm   Noiihwesl    Ko(>telliiy.
nt i. -take .u lho soiuli-vvost coii-i-t- aliout I
miles norlli fi-nni Pii'l'in t'itv, I'liiinin-,- east 20
'(.lLiin-, noitli .'i'l u'-.ipis. -.m si -.'(leli-teis to liver
lunik. tlii-i'Cf snr.tli, making 1 n oi t.>e lioyirliiry,
���-'.Vi c'iriins i) initial p,js[, i-ont.L'iiin^ 00) .icks
more or let--. ���
A1AKTI2 riXNICkljiO.
X-ikasp, U.C.. .M.ti-c!) 22. It!)7.       " 1-tt    ,
\roTic]: is rn:iii:iiv c.tvK.vtii,,! wo' tin.
i_l liiicic:-.i����ji-_il in-.end si\t\ duis after dnto
lo make .innlL-.ilii.n In llic Clni 1 ('onmiissioncr
of I.-inrls and Woik-, 'or permission lo pnruli.iso
ono hi'iiilrcfi',in-l si\l.,- dci-cs of kind .-ittiiited
.llV'ivi i'.^'ht miks-:|i cico!: ririunas II.iif-vi.ij
Crook on tlie esist --'.loro of L'jipi r Avrmv Lake,
West- Ivoiti nay, i oan-i'-ii'-.i-.j; al ..i.ost , .n.i.-ked
initial 1'Dst, K. Ad ov A C'.i-.k. ��� in.!i-(-,\(js(
p >s',. riooiiii's- lloii.'.ir-.- m vlli. Il-enco to enaiiis
iM-t. lli'jiii-e 1-1 i-'inin- sni.lli, tlif-injo !'l ekain-
vves; In p'noo id coinio'jr.i.'.'iiicnt.
(- ' k:>. AHA [it.
April 21. 1S1I7. ' !-Ht
v-s ,'--; ',- '    - v-      ;--
'J'l-.iins on   Aitoiv i.iku  Ur.uicli  e'liincol     '
A now lie.id Willi ('. & IC. Go's S'ri:.wu:it-N vkcso
 To and From���
Rossland, Th\\\ Creek, Nelson,
Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Bay,
.    ' Nttkusp,   New   Denver.,
Three Korks, Sandon
,   ,       ���and��� ,   '
Ftir full information as to rates, etc.,
apply to o
Ir- T.   Eire us C-r,
Agent, Jvcvelsloko.l;
GKO. Me!,. I'.i'.OWX, ��� '
District Pnssi.-i'i;or Af.;i'iit. Viiiuiouvcv. II. C.
Blacksmitliing and Jobbing
Piiimbing and Pipe-Fitting
TinGmithing and Sheet Iron work
Machinery Repaired.
Robt. Gordon, Proprietor,      =      =      RcvclstoS<e Station.
Establish Yourself in
The imiuedial" cause oi Mr. Kelile's
'indignation is (in- introduction by tlie ;
Oov'-rnmont of a bill to iiinond lho|
Nelson it I-'ort. Siieppaid Railway Sul - [
sidy'Ac'l. IS'.'li, v.-huh bill eon >isL.s" of j
one elliu ting sect ion, ex tend Ing. foi1 six ]
ino'iths the I iine' limit in Ihe oiiginalj
bill   for
tho lands to be "granted" to th
puny. The Act of I'V.!:i, gi anting Ihe
laud .subsidy. 10,'JIO ncie.s per mile, to
this railway company, for tie- k,:i-
struct ion of a railway Irom Nelsoji to
I-'ort riheppaid, provided, ainong other
things, that "Xn lands shall be gi anted
"lo the company whirl) ate not
���'designated and surveyed by them
'���within live yoni.-. fioin tin1 la-sage of
" I l-.is Ai t.'1   The live vi-.-irs ai i-up, and
pi'I'b'.C XOVICi: i- licyvliv civo.i  ih.it  ;in
in, mi /.i i   =-     atli i:on s.-de oi lo;s in liio tow nsitc oi   )<'Ul
"""-""" , rr,-k. bom,; iiiut ot Section, \i and laai Tovvi:-
-I ipili. i:.-ir.j,'jJ7 \S'csi ot the,V.li .Meridian, will
iiu livid on 'I luus.lav. tin- -.'iltli  of  Mny. IsllT.  at
ku-ii.. Ii.1.'., a nc.i   st.u'O'i on   tlie 'eiui.iui.in
''aci'lc li.i.l'v.iv, i -i o an 1 o-io-l.a'f nrlos  l-'.isl
"���'   ���"���"""     '"    '"'      of III ,;ilk ��,i,i ,m I all jui, iw;-j  miles   Irom   llic
iriviile   stil.^idizod i inciieny lo 1)" s.ild.
'J'i:::v's.���Oiic-foiulli in ('isli .mo t!.i> i akincc
in tluve Ctjnal niiiiaal ins-.-.'���iK.-iU-. w ill. iiilcresl,
:u tl p"r t".-:it. per ii'inmn.
1'or upset in u-i s and oilier information applv
lo Aj;ont of !) imini(>ii Lands. icV.mlooi.is.
II voider.
,     ' .KJilN It. IT Abb.
Secret ai'.v.
liip.o'tmoiii of tlie Ii'ifi-ior. . <
.   Ciliawh, l.'.tli April. K-117.      ' li-iil
t% Y-K &"��
. -I -s��!.',-r.'i"r (^.-jAs^v
,   -   Hods .".'.I Trr.I:is :-.+,
Goi:is Bircci To
Lardean and ���'    '
Tlidinsons Landing
Ii'ich   (~"i">f2..3i^"'   or"!
Tvoiir. T-aVp
J-��tJ-C.vO   ^.i Ll.-.ifi.w.
For fui'llioi- infill niiition  as to fiviKlil-v.itcs.
etc., apply to ,      o
0 BIJi;^I*r:CK snOS-Lai-doan City
ColamMa & Kootenay �����
Steam Navigation Oo.tl:
I ^jrrrs. 'e^
M       &
��SE3   tl
Cj>v Bripsa /��>
t % I
The^ fast srowing centre of North
H;ili's Lanciiny",
Nakusp, Three I;orks
Nelson,,.     - and Slocan Points,
IsOotcnay Lake Points,
Trail  Creek,   Rossland,
Norihporl and Spokane
--snort,i> taki-: tiik���-
&    JLnVj A tb   M. k    ij&Z %j&a      '   ���
' a
If you intend to purchase, as your
field of choice diminishes daily. .
'      NOTICE.
To l'nov im : -a. Land Ki-m i-.yoi.s.
? J! IS  HOXOL'Il   the laeuteiiiinl'-dov-
J j     ernor in,Council has been pleased
lo make tl'.eLfollovMng i ules  and. regu
l.-ilious w il li'i'i-fei em o lo-l he mii vey  of
Provincial lands mil mineial (laiuiV :--
1. All    survey,   shall    h..   personally
uiiiiie by didv qualified Provincial Land
Hut v o\ iirs.
2.' All Stu veyoi-s .shall u-i' t he dep.-ti t-
Ihe 1 i uds, hi-al! of I hem, have not been j ineiitid field   book   and   pit per,   and   at
si    designated     and     sU| veved.      The j ' ho hot loir, of each page   of   I he   field-
<!'�����-��������-r.-.....-- i..\.s..,ii.-..,-i>- [ :::;;v,7.TV;^��.��^^^"V.'i,.���.,���:l ��l��-��,��t ��'-'�����
brings.down . i lull to extend the time! ;>,. The original field-notes sliall he ac-
Ihoiigh .Mr. I'iellii1' declines that ihi'I coinpanied by an alTidavit in (he .sub-
Chief   Commissioner   ol     Lands    and   joined I'm m.
w,..i      i.,     .,i        I..   . ���   i   .    i   .i        i   . !���  AllSi. I vevoi- iniist prompt |y can v
Works has    ilu-ady   vmla.e.l   the   Ai-I ! (lU, ,,���. il)M , ,���., i(,���s llf , |���. ,,,),,.,;., ,���,.���-,
lor the beiieul ol this company, a ml , i,, , ,.sp.-ct to t he i har.ieler iiml ainotinl
lint., insjoad of l.av ing their lin-e limit    "f inf-'i oi it ion to be   I nri.i-l.ed   in   ihe
extended by the (;n\e. ut, it is   tin' | fi"ld -not ,'s., and a I all lini'-s be n-ady to
i ���   ,|"    .,. ,.. ,   . ui.'iKe -ui 11 col I1'-, t ions and siipiilv such
(lutyol    the Al   in l.ev.(ie:iela       o   pro-.      ii-,-   ,     ���     ,,        ...      i-  ���   ,   i-   ,.
��� . , ��� '        ' addit ioii.it da la  ils s(.|.j||., expodioiil. lor
ceed agoiist  I.-.,, roinp-iuy as Ichu.s. f%���.    ll>(, , ,���,,.,[,.,,. ,.j��� , I.i��;W ���| t ti<-ii- work in
uu la wfully, with t he coiini vam e "f the - the !h Id.
Chief   Co'niiiiis-ioner  apparei,th.   get-1'    a. The   1 lepai I ni-nl    v^ ill   invariably
,     , i        . ���     i        i       ,        ,       .'    ,, -   ,      exel i |s(. the i ighl ol  i i-liisimj  lo accept
t.ng hold oitunber lands. ,.|... ,,, win.-h^,,, ,,.._,������ ,���;;,,,.   ������   .���.,.,���,,,������.,.  ^j},,
they had no light. These ,-m. pi-tty thcalove i egul.ii im.s, and also will
si i oug woids fi-iini a (���'ov ei nill".'.I -up- i ofu -e to aoi opt ,i-.s;i| i'.faclti|-v any and
.,,,,,(,.,._" all sin veys made   by   a   Survyir   who
L__ L_ ' has been'L'uiltv oi   lopo.-ilod ini'i act ions
Oi the prci edillg I ul-'s.
| '<;.d}. .MAHTI.V,
i Chief t'liiii'i- ol Lands aud \\*m Us.
Lands ,-|.,d \\ ni U i tep't.
Vh loi i.t. !!.('.. l.'.lh Apiil. I.S!)7.
I.e.ivi-s  Airowlicul   for  Xaknsp   jhhI   Kiilison,
Alondiiys, Wi-(liu.sd.i.vs,md !-'rid.i\s,u 7 p.m.
Leaves  L'obson  for  N'akiisp,  Armwlicid   and
(.'aniidi.ui I'.i; iliu li.nlw.-iy iminls  (ua ,1   and
vvc'stiun  'I'liesda.vs. 'I'luii'sdiiys and .-s.uiii'-
days ai ti;:i'i p.m.
Coiiiu-mon is tna-k! ill  l.'olison  with C. & li".
Il'y for Nelson and nil points on ICooteiiny  I.ike
.iml   with  Moanier   "lijtlon"  lor  Trail, and
Not llipoil.
!    1
ots Apply'to
T. L.
* i,L l'!-;i;-s'lN.s owiii ; -j,- in.I -lit -d ;���) 111 ii-i
j\ iii|ti'.l d ti like ,1 jm. 1- i',a; a- i a,i,
(.*oiii,f o-il,ot bn-i'ii-s I i,.j ia, i.'.I .neii i!el.'.s-| .
lie p.od on or li  ; >iv M ir.-a N|.
w. n.i:MiN(i.
Iteve! toke. It. ('., iVIi. Iltli. i.^i;.
r-n ."*/s^.v^-.^\^-^..
s -s ,':.-.
I    -. '
1     ..-,e- >���:/
11 p/r y- r. f v:: n "'-' v r-. ���*��� r;.
. . ri""N. ;
people on t In-   lines  laid   down   in   t he | J jf|r��ft',s',. i "^i.j *-,'"'"" \- '���"'',"-" "" f'   ������ ^l *
oolivi-iit ion  of   l.'il'.'!    by   1 ediii I ions   inj/i^V,   ^'L i.-jjJL".-'��� ���-."!- 'c'-'-'-"-'-; H-.2^-��j \
bolh    spoeilie   and   gcueial   latifi-..     11 | ) ^''^ ''-''" '
shows utmost con.siiler.it ion locsi-img \\\
inl crests and espi-i i.illy as t he |nili( y i,| ' r! v    ->-    V/OPLO-'.
the Liberal partyiu   , he ,. oduruon   hi j   Twcnty Pa^s; vyc:v]v;IUi;sti'ated. J
the   duty.-on   l!ri!.i.-h   goods.    iSegoli.|^ J.   .. �� ���  '. -. :\
iil.ions  are  pending   I'm;   111 ��� 11 < ��� 1 ���   fradejV       J.^i^n'i5erjL��TOfHj_N^;fi_ .vifJi; ,.'���" y
relations wii.h the  United   Stales,   and i JT'XKEi. i.'i>LLAh3. i'H'A Vi'AH, rOjI?A).D, (
if I heyin'o ri-a'dy ;i I roa'ly v.i II li.-. sigi'i- j I ,' .        tp''"':'l--J~l!f !:' '���'l7' f
ed, if mil. fie would- regr.-l. f.iio f.-.c't,-  but. j'*>     '     MINING .AND.!SC1 UNTlt iC VHEiS,"'   '.    \
(Janadii si ill,goes on her wav -rejoicing j v&2Q Makket Si'.,���'�����/.;���! F:ia'.c zee;, Cm )
Sfl:vi;v r\- I'kovinciai, Land.s.
I       ... 01 .        .       ���   .   .a   duly
an; in 1 1 ---.1 lJiov-i-,ci.il Land Sin v eyoi
foi ii,-- I'u Olio- oi ibilish Columbia
U:a !.(   (.lib   Old s.r\  as fullnw s ;
!l. j   I  ha ', e - m v e\ ed   .. 	
i'l i  I 1 o urn 1-111,0 I I In- s ,|i 1  siirv oy 011
I i-e   .         .   day oi
] !������!. d it 1 ',--. d iv of p-:'l   .
��� '���'..) .1 p.. 1 .-:oii..!!v 1 ..n ..II   I in-   l.no.s   of
the -aid survey oil iie.- d.'-le's set out   in
l-'ijr loe.il lime riird o! the Coiilp.U'v's s(e.nn-
ei's un Kiiiiieiiiiy Lake appl.v lo llic puisei on
For full information lis loiickel.s. i.ites, e|e,t
nppl.v to'1'. Allan.   Hecivt.u-y. Nelson.   11C.
V.wooovr.it. from llnlllnx       .IM.it0)1 Si
t-'coi'sji v,n.        " "    . .April :i
I.AliiiAlKiii        " " ..April  17
(Klein Ilnllfnv.l 11
Lvciu.N'i'i.'iS    .... .    ..Miii'i'Ii'.'7
I'Mii-.iAN      \pril HI
a1om.oi.ian , ..."   -.1
(i-Vi.ln St, .I11I111. N.U.I
b\i��i: Wi'.N'ioi 1..     . .    ...M.ui-li 17
L,viir lleiiiiN     . . "    -.'I
b\m: Ki'i'i inoii        .       .  . -.        "    .'II
Lam: O.s'i1.-. 1:10 .     . .    .      A pi il 11
< "ahi 11 ?I'l .mil npw.nds.    I lit "run dial e !S!il.
Steel,ore.il linvi-sl rules.
Pas-en^i is  lielicti'l   IhroilKli   lo all   pail    "I
(ii'C.'il  lil il.iin and Ireland, iind al  speei illj   low-
latest 0 all 1 ,11 Is ot I In   Kt I repeal 1 . out in, nt.
A pjil J lour- nest -ti .unship or rail w,i> ii^'i nt.to
I. 'i\ EXBW.iTEX. A3 out, Hovels iolto,
Or   |o   W11.1.1 vvi    .si 1 it,    f.'eneial     Attcr ���
Cut,   This   Out.
M MN'   I.I.N..   I li M-,-,.
Kasl  H011111I 1N-1. ^1 arriii s dail.s il.l.ln.ni
West,    "       (No. 1|       " " .       LJ.'i pan
VIUKlW   I.VS'I.   ItKVN'eil   'nrvl.Ns.
A 1 ri\ e 'I nesi|a\ s. Thin-sil.i;,... S.i I nid.Os.ii-.'iH pan
Hi part Sundays, 'I'ne .eaj s. 'I'liIU sdaj-.    I::',i| pan
',\1.'( 11 >.
iu.v r.i.sioici: 1.0.
'lose for llic ue .1
3    f)
Sole Agent.
file illllli'Xcil
I J.)  '! lie tii'le;-, r-;, nli'ii.Ued ill   the   ficld-
,b<.i.l-;   .ue  a   ci
1 he  VV"!-L Wi'Mil
Sw.-.'irn lie!,'- -i (
W--^%   w *.���^s^s..-
:s:.w 11.in
(nsl ,        Sillil a.m
south. Still . Tor . 'i'l.ill-,    ".",'lp.m
,|s'.'    , and i urn- !, " "        liev.ft.ilii.ii        i.f'.i.iii.. :s-.:u pan
| Pin lie; i tin- wi   i .   , III nil n.in
o.i-l    . . ..'.il-'i pan
" -     , S'Mlt.ll.'.'lj,"-.. 'i'hiirs., Sa!., .ada pan
"   ; ��� ' ".      ' i'ev. Sil.'iUoii, .'.-... Pf.'i.in..'.'cla pan
'lUOVKI.STfiifl-; STATION   I'.O. i.
Clowe for I lie west -  ....'... il;(Hl pan
eii.-il...... '..   .'.'....,...-.. ;.!i:ill|.|i. in
smith, 'l''i''., Tlinrs... Sul.', !l:(i(i it. tu-
" , .    N'lvnlr.t.oko....  ... il nan..'l:'Hi p.iii'
ll.l'; fro!" I he wcsi, ...,���.... !l:.-',ll a.m
.'.'��� '    ' ea-l....'.���.."..',:  / ...LfMi.m
i>.   i     c;    I      "    ���      "        -siiiilli, Wed.. I'ri..   .Mull., .Si-:;1'a.m
1 ' '''���   ���' '     "        "'        ' '������'-(���- !i:;;tii'i.ni., hlapan
b.iiok .niarki'd A:
oiy-ci-t   represent at uui   oi
- o:r I he groimd 'bv mi/,/ '
���  I   .'."'.    ���' ���'���"      '���':   ,
JL ��b.vi;Ni.i?.t, JLC;.is, Uj i\ JLJQjtt
Will   undertake   lo   handle   Dond-.   of I'llcotric. Steam  or
, Horse "Car   Railways, or '.Municipal .1 kinds,' and   I>tiild   Water
���VV('i.r'l-:s.    /Address full pitriictilars ������    '-������'��� ������������','     . ' - 7 ���'.
Iglilietiai] Investors an! Seeiirities Conipany, Ltd.,
���;   -.     i7;ind.io   Mroadvyay.  New  York Citv..        ;; PACK J..
i.g '   *. Kooten^j- Lorlg-e
<&?&���    ^     >,^- No. 15A.F. & A.M.
/��� r sj     /f,/ -4V ,
ril *    * Tin- rejfiiliii- ii-eetin.^
^k, J���~y are hold in the Jin ���
*V-V -     jC\ oiiieT^'iiipIe.Hi-niiii'--
ii= Hail,   on   tin-   thin!
^iM\%=: Jlnnil.iy    i���    ciich
^r^^-^>sV\,���iJii''iiL!i    at    S    p.    111.
r^S^t5?Wsj_J -     Vis-iCn-;    ljri.I li ren
"���*-��~-i-=��� cordiiilly weie; med.
H. K. SAtVritK: Pi.ciii.TAi:v.
lie-^'ilar iiK-ot!ir;s a'M hold
t^g   in Ol '.fellows' Hall everj
^o-r=v^�� (jS^i Tinir.s-lav   nij,'lu   ;it' 'cinhl
??^5tSsSSKJ o'clock.   Visit,n^ Innliic-rs
���vS-" tt>-^>'     ordially wolcomed.,
.)'. A. STON1-:. .V.i;.       ,    T. .1. OKAIIAM. Si c.
Loyal Orange Lodge Kol 1C5S.
I tegular ineetiiies nre.licld in
the Odd Fellows' Il.dl en lho
h.-cond ami loin Hi VWiIim sd.ij \-
of i;e-li inr.ntli al 7:;W i). in.
Visiting brethren arc <-onhall\
'f    inviled.
K. AHAII!,'     T. .1. (iUAHA.M,
W..M. liee. ^i-cy.
��� KSTA li LIS11E D ' 1SG2 ���
CDixipIateliouse Farnishings
Largest   stock   west   of Toronto.
Wriie  to   us   for  Prices   and   Illustrations.
* <
MciIaiion-oAi. Hovel-toko,   on   Tuesday, April 27lh,,the wife  of   das.
f McM.dion of ;i (laughter.
T1.. 'Ii. I-IAIG-, , .
���     NOTARY   RUBLIC   -   -   REVKLSTOK E,,- B.C.'    ���
Mining and Real Estate Broker and General Commission Agent.
u ,      _________  ___! >r
We carry a complete stock of the above:    ,
Locks, Knobs, Boorfcolte, Slieif-brackets, Butts,
Hinges, Cupboard Catches, Sash-fasteners, Latches,
..Building'Paper,'Etc.  ���. ;
"  -;       WINDOW GLASS, ALL SIZES. '
Complete line of Paints, dry  and ground; White   Lead, Raw and Boiled
Oil,, Varnishes, Etc. ,
CARPENTERS' TOOLS:   Disston Sav/s; Bailey Planes, iron and wood, Etc.
^_-T___,   CtOODS   _A.T -__0^__Srr   PRICES.,
��� W
Represemative of the Kootenay Smelting- & Trading- Syndicated
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ' ,
Miners',   Contractors',   Blacksmith   and  ;
.    .   .    . , Ship Chandlery Supplies.
, A No ;i complete lino, of '
Shelf   unci     Heavy.    HARDWARE,       ""      ,'      ���"      -   ..
>*=332&y%?��>      ; Carpenters' "Tools,    &c.
Jessop's Steels,  Ore Cars,  Ore Sacks;  F.tc.
PLA,:i'K GLASS A, .SPhXaAL/l'S'.
Write ior_a*r__aio_.    '       ''      ' .,    ' VA NCO U VER,  B.G"
��� "��� R-'HOWSON-ACb;'   ������
Furniture Dealers 8d 'Under bakers.
" "Upholstering and Picture Framing a Specialty.
Agents for Ilavnlbnd Sowing Slauhino, .Manufacturers Life Insurance Society,
Union ft ire insurance Co., Provincial, Building and Loan Association,
Oi?o.\.x{s and Pianos.' ���   f ,
Cf.u'i"n-:i(iiuoK-.M(:no.v.vLi)--- At   Vau-
couvor, Siituidav, April   _lth,   1 >v
1     Pev. Mr.   Moikh,   Fied.   Clutter-
buek to .Miss  .Maggie   McDonald.
of Vancouver. ���       ,
.    * '���   DIED.      ,
, McCautv���At Revolstoke, ,on   Thursday,  April   _{)," .Margaret,   oldest
daughter of   Mi-, iind .Mrs. I'"   Mc-
'.     Cartv, a-'cd S voar.s and '2 months.
��� ._-.._���!   ���������    ,   I- 1_t1
J. O. Piper is up fioni   Trout   Lake
"C'ity. " '   , .
Prof. Nason refurnod  to   town   this
Ciipt. Sanderson came up   from   the
Hot .Springs, Monday.
-Tho. , Revelstoke,    Waterworks    Co.
3jill has'passed'tho legislature.'
.Miss   Edith' Lewis    left   for   Trail,
Mondav, on a visit to her brother.
1. T. Ilruwsler unci   Tom   I'ain   left-
for Carnos Cieek, Monday.
r    ' Dm ham's canyon cievv are at present
engaged ahoiil 1- miles up the iivor.
Win. Mcllean landed his suppHes'at
Carnos Creek and loturnod Thuisdiiy.
'   Miss L.  Gibbon- left   yesteiday   for
S.indon vvheie she will t;ike eh.irgo   of
a .school. ;
";   W.    P.    Poole,    "the     vv'oll known
smelling man," returned to   town  Saturday. ��� '
���                                          ' -
���  Lost.���A gold seatf pin   with  topaz
atone.    Finder   will   please   leave   at
this ollico. ' a
c   Tlie syinpalhy   of   the- .whole 'town
goes out to Mr. and'Mrs.   F.   McC.-irty
i.n their sad bereavement.'
���  J. J. Young, of the Calgary Ili-nthl,
went jnto   the ' Jjardo.-iu,   Wclnesday,
<on a write-up mission.
K. Hovvson it' C(). have enlmged
itheir show rooms in older to accom-
;ii(')diito their rapiilly inci easing
The spare room at the .schonl-hoii.se
js being' put in readiness for the
Kindoigiirten class which will commence on Monday.
Mrs. Gibbon, who has been visiting,
Jier daughter, Mrs. II. Sinythe. tetui tied to , Port Moody yesterday. Mi��.
.Sniylhe accompanied her.-
M. A. Wilson, who has cli.-n ire of
}\. S. Wilson's tailoring ostiiblishmont
iit New Denver, came up Sundav and
returned Wcdne��dav. _	
'^^X:r^::: Irz \ The WI. HAMILTON MANUFACWriN!}" CO. Ui
winter months.     Ho intend-   pto.-peet- i   . ,-
jn" in the Bond this'suiiuiior. ! M AM'KACTl'ItKJt1- OF
brigade,   will   be   held   in   the lire'hall   i       . _ . = -.,.��,.   nr   n s n * n��
Monday   evening   next   when   .aluei-- FOR   Ttlt   DOiVilrflOIl   GF   CANaDA '    .
will boeloetod for the ensuing  w-n\ fUrrler License froin THE E. P. ALLIS CO., Milwaukee, Wis.)
Hut/ll   Ho-s,  who   ha-    been    wintoi-'
ing at   IniiiiiIoojis.   returned   to    tosv si ^Ci"i-h.-i ~. i;..!!-.   .f^s.   ( .,������ . ,,! i.ii.-i -,   S- i-.-m-.   M.i:.i[i'.   Pump-,   ('(uniire^-or--,'
Monday.     1 fo s.iy- the pc-ple   iu   that,' f|..|.t-, lii-i!.--. Kn-jin--.  VVat-r  \tlm-K Ko .    -
neighborhood   have   tho   mining   I'evei .   ���        . n _   _      ,_,.., ���_���_._.',. ���   ar.K,^. ..    u    ... t-'1���i���
7" oole Agents fot- B.C   for JOHN BERTRAM & SONo M icnirusts Tools.
'McLennan, McFeely .& Co.
, .       WHOLFSALE	
Iron, Steel, Miners', Mill and Blacksmith SuiDplies.
-riaraware   -
Enamel Ware.
EB, B. C.
J.  W.  C\\MP!0N,'sSVr:/;��/r/^-7'm^,tm.   ��� ',''.).   E.  \V.  i\lACFAIILaNE, Manacjtr.
_B.-0- lEOl^'WQZaES CO. LTD:
(LIMITED.)    to . <
Capital, $1,500,000. , Head Offices, T6ronto,c,Ont.
liEanufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,
Locomotives. Coiil Cutters, Ko-.-iproc.-uing Drills, jRotary Drills, Reduction and
Lighting Apparatus. .- ,        -'    ��� v -
n yi /-\~~\"(~\f~}Q    JOi'hor of Direct Current or Three  Phase Types, .Suitable
SVlVlJ  rL/TsO    fo,- !my make of Fan! Pump. Hoist or Crusher.   -       '"   '
Electrical Tiansnn'sson of Power, by our Three Phase System, successfully
operated up to 00 miles.
��� b. G. BRANCH  OFFICES-���
Granville Street-VANCOUVER                                      Kootenay District���NELSON
'-l-VATBITB      XJS ���. 2-51-6.1.'
General - founders,     -^^"^
engineers, '   ���>   boiler-
makers and manufacturers" of all   classes
6f"inachinery.       ���    ���
k ���
^mm^^^m^^m^^^^ TZEEP in stock
=;"^-"--=3_^^--^-==^3_i^5i*^ h'\      a   lull   supply of
-.-^^frj^p&.-r--.���-..-^-j;,.--.-������ .<��-iA���^/ii/--f!�� engineers'     and
mill supplies,   pipe  and
^|. fltting-s,    brass   ''goods,
<|-  steam    fittings,   '>vood-
c=~if   split pulleys,yoak tanned
L-ISji1ii33rta*-^fc^^r^]r^|    leather belting, etc.
F.siimatcs for boilers
, and engines on application,   o
Corner of Alexander" St. - and Westminster Ave, Vaneonvep,aB.C;;
P.O. Drawer 754. , .    '    ������        L^^. ' Cable address " Cove:".
ycrMjafflaf'tMTnwiiE^^Ki^'^^-fa-i-^aH-n^ .��si_-_;-s-:
Jhvl &l
CJi-.l--rh  '-,l"lu i-
J. ��� I. Foley atei  Mis.    l-'olev,    of   the    ViftNCOUVfrJ   ^C
Lakoview llntfl.  A 11 "'a h'-.i'l,   -.w-ie   in
tnwri  this week.      Mr.  !'"I-'V    1-   build
j'l_ a tin ee -("lev  addition,   .''a1-., jo     i,,
)ii-< hotel
The ll'-voi-iiikc  En--  liind  had    it-
fit st   in.noli (fit    la-'   S-iii'lij,    -"-nil.
when it played tie- ' )rl.'!;'i-!i"u ,   i<>   th
Ell^li-ll    ellUI'-)l.       Til'-     b"\ s     11, nil-
guild -li"-,'. in-.r.
rin'i'.iMKiuoi'di'f. o.vr.!
. Geo. T. Newman,  ��� |
���~-i���1���-H..im-1-.llllUMUlH MJ..1IL1II1J IU .I'lLllMM.
Che'.centre of-
si e
Point at \irM0I1
For prices and particulars apply to
Real Instate Agent,
Revelstoke,  B.C.
Photographs!    :    Photographs!
\Y,t   .1. (iot t.n ii.is .i.-.i.
' *  ���     11 tu! I- 11 s'ls  id 111 11-1   ii.  t-li-.   j-11 nti.
pf .ill M'lili lu.v>  1 11 'il   MI III u II li t In .1* [..111 nil 1^1
All \inrk f,"il.i 1.ml 1 1 il .in.l II11 i-i 11 'I li' 1 -      I' ii-
��-> I'i .?(! p' r ilc/.   Will r'-iii.oii f-'i-In rl.ij  .
'!.\f-IJ' l.ll"- 'if  11" 1.11  ���-'��� ll'.'il Of Mi IK
I,iiii(I'iii. l.ll','! mil I
Full line of prospector's and'
 ,,...,, ���,.,.'miner's supplies always in stock
at moderate; prices.      Groceries,
tP*Tr,rv,,7'i c?-' <^ "i a    c"'.\^~i "
X   J.  --J V ���!^i.l.'_'.-i:~'5     f_   _�����.������
Klniu^   Engineer,    Analytical    CliomLnt-
and   AKH.-iycr.
I'ropi'i tic-cMliiiined ������ml ni">i'"l on.
MOW  liKW'KI,-,  I!  ( .
__* rv*r-arsi���* ^*^'x~-���rJ.^L'-^--^
���*- ,-r _���-���/.-
r*   f\   ps i"4 s ,r\ o  o   fitr\   "< TD
v;crcr?iA, Vancouver, kamloops.
^,,^.i^H.!;T;S!?.ISH^MJ;r:v,//l,Y^i���. ^.'V;::::! aii i.i.,ri,��,r.\;.rK..,i..r.li in.j'icnvnis. i'i(,u
of liiirt-iii fit v . In ill 1- k' epr I'-. 11 1- tin- (l,i \ In 1 11
/lis-iih i il lij inn.mil c"ii-' ill. I
A II moii'-j s 'lni' 1 lie lull- linn lo l>- p.ml |-> ,
..luliii Hi cL'ii" '.vliii 11 ill .ilso |i,n till ii' '"a.in 'Ine ���
"liy I III; -.line. j
JO||\  IU/ TOI' '
^.Tf&Wi?^ >:ov Mass.'-.y-fli^ria Bicycles.
(   iii.'idir'in ;nid   .>v I'lfi'i't ;ni   \\ -1���_*'*11�����.
15. ('.,   .iL  price-,  id   ,nii   1 hr-  1 line-,.
trrov\ >, .T'C'ck-1".1,
.ar*,'f .t  'dot I:   im
js^^Wholesale Sealers in
N��S, SP1R1 lb
_El__3"V"3��!IJSTO_-_Z__39 -B.G
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