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 'i-i  w  l     G-  *  '     r  If        !1  '? x '���������  )  {'  ���������        ?  (  J  '/  Br. i I ,ri   I a  V 41''MM J  'its*  JF n  (<  11  uN  1 .  5;  ���������J   i  r  }   ,���������  I1         V  >S'' '  I   o  3. (��������� )  \('s  ft  -  )  I  J  ���������1  , 1  I  "A  ���������  Vol. 5.���������No. 4.  REVELSTOKE.' WEST KOOTENAY,  B.C., MAY H. ]898.  $2.00 a Year.  MORE INK THAN BRAIN  IS THE CHARACTER OF OUR  CONTEMPORARY'S ARGUMENT  For the Teslin Lake railway subsidy-  how it justifies the claiM made for  il-^Ink'y railway policy advocated  by our .acrobatic ; contemporary.  It. is positively refreshing to find our  ilocal contemporary taking a stand <ui  any govermncnl measure even if Hint  is as serious us tlie Teslin Luke lailway  subsidy of $JJ0OO,0()O which il now approves. It h.-is so often been made to  " Hilt its own words containing more  printer's ink llia.il ." bursting editorial  intellect"(do you recognize the stylo:')  that its safety often lies in silence, a  painful but. ' self-inflicted ! position  through mistaking "vigoious English"  for argument. Even on subsidizing of  railways some contrasts with its Tuesday's approval of this princely subsidy  might perhaps lie made, hut let them  go to see what there is in its argument  for accepting this northern railway  scheme. ' . <���������    0'  , ,It thinks  the  tonus of (he subsidy  ($1,(300.000)  -'must meet with  -ipp'rolia-'  tion from all who admit that (he   road  should lie built."  As it. thinks the road  '���������should be constructed, it of course follows that it approves the   subsidy.    ]n  i fact, it is not alone content,with accepting the terms of the subsidy, but pos-  ' itively goes orrt, of it.--- way to say " the  whole arrangement is business-like and  satisfactory." "Just at  this time possibly it-1'j.'iiiembei's  some  of its   "vigorous English" about govcrnmenlownor-  shipor against, subsidizing  railways;  sci declaring again   lhat it believes  in*  government ownership, it   proceeds  in  its defence of this  subsidy ' by saying  that "if ever there was" a ease in which,  it. is tmn-e'.-idvisable Cm- ������he gover nme.it  to let private parties take the ris'k of a  . line, it/ is  this one."    ','l.v tkx.vkahs,  P'CKn.vi'S r.E33," continues this  remarkable artiele, "its usefulness may be   a  thin��������� of tbe past.    It.  may   not  be, nt  the same time the., chaiK-e  that, it will  ,},;���������  c-. nsiderablo, unless  the .histni y  nf  Ki*'    .'-v'-.e is going to differ   from   Ilia I  of ei'eYj* other placer milling camp yet,  on record.'   And 'in iihati'doned railway  would scarcely be regarded in the light  of a very desirable   provincial   asset."  Before going further the M.un accepts  for argument the Herald's   estimatv of  Klondyke's fut ure, bur .is quite prepared for a study of the terms  of the   bonus, and   the   Premier's" introductory  speech, to urge that as a reason against  tins extravagant bonus.  By the, terms of the proposed  agreement with   the  contractors, there  are'  two sections of this road, the northern,  fiom Stickeen river to Teslin Lake ; tbe  southern section, from the .Stickeen to  an ocean' port.   The   northern one  has  not to he completed   till  August 151st,  1S99, the southern one  within 2\ years  aft-ei   selection of ocean port.    Of the  Herald's  tun   year's ' life _of   the   camp  then, there is gone one year on the northern, two and^'a half on   the  southern  portion; leaving on an average   uiuiiT  AN'D A HALF YEAitS of usefulness for I he  railroad and life for the Klondyko.  '  And it is " businesslike and   satisfactory" according to   the   Herald, to   bonus to the extent of a million six hundred thousand dollars a  road   which its  own argument expects to'he "ahaxdox-  J3D"in eight and a/half years.'-  It   may  be "satisfactory" to the Herald, we cannot dispute   that, but "businesslike" it  most certainly is  not,  and  nothinir  is  wanted to pi ove it but  Premier Turner's introductory speech applied to the  Herald's argument.     Pr"inier Turner  said   when   introducing   the   scheme,  not to  Revelstoke Herald,' Jan. 15, ISOS:���������  "For instance, the Herald dues not approve of bemusing railways ns a. principle nf administration, but so long as  'that system is in force nnd any railway  likely to'help us out in maintaining or  extending our commercial field is projected and wants a bonus, the Herald  will advocate that it receives one: just  in the same way as-it would advocate  its construction by the government if  the policy of government, ownership of  railways, which we do believe in, is ever adopted. '  What splendid progressivenoss ] One  can fiincy a mighty reform brought  about by an agency like thai. For instance, the H does  not approve  of  slavery, but so long as it is in force it  will advocate it.'iust in the sunt' way  as it would advocate its abolition by,,  government, if the 'policy of government abolition (which we'do believe in )  is ever adopted.       i '  Ink oi' brains?    fiilc! ! ,   -  .WAVERLEY & TANGIER  "EXTENSIVE OPERATIONR ON THESE  PROPERTIES THIS TEASON  Hoist and pumps on Tangier���������Three  hundred foot development���������Con-  n centrator and .tramway for the  Wayeiiey.  and will in   th"   future  proprietor.     .Mr. Reid's  will not, it is likely,  on  forget the old stand.  The,    Kindergarten    i  this subsidy of $ 1,000 a mile i  , exceed'$1,000,000 and will cost the Province $01,000 a vear. The I per cent on  the gross teceipts of the railway added  to the tax on the road will give Ihe  province $50,000 a vear, so' the difi'cr-  errcc the province will have to pay will  be small���������(Vide Colonist Parliamentary Report, May 7th, I$)8.)  Now the Herald says the Klotulyke  camp will live for ten years, ami ten  years at $50,000 would'give ,-j;.-,00,0U(),  (over a million shoi t of t he bonus) but  it really has only S\ years of earning  capacity and this at. $50,000 will only  vinnk<-.*j!l2.'j,()00, less by $1,17.5,000 than  the bonus. Let the Herald figure il  out any way it likes on the argument  it uses In support this subsidy, and it  will get no other result.'* The bargain" it  (ells the public "is not much of l he nn-  f ure of a bonus ,-it all" ns that expression ix usually understood. It' a million one bundled and seventy five  l.hous.-ind dollars is not a bonus "as ii js  usuallv miderslo.id," il is because (he  general mind can not com pi eh em I su< li  wild ext ravag.iniv.  The whole ari-aligeiiienl is "businesslike and sutlslaf'tory,'' -Mys (he lleiuld.  w hid) gives ( he road ten vear- I of lie  AIIANJ-i'NMi). What more could be'e\-  pecl.ed from a genius iilii.it propounds :a  policy on railway subsidies.like this! .,  Le Roi Mines Sold. r  There seems lo be,good authority for  stating that the oft-rumored sale of the  famous Li; Roi mine at Ross],mil has  actually taken place. At least, negu-.  liation.s which have < been .carried on  for some time ha ve'iesullod iu an offer  being made, and accepted, by which  this great dividend earner will pass into control of the British American Cor-  poration. , This company, represented  in this province by Hon. ('. II. Mackintosh", is com posed of British capitalists,  and lias within tl-'e last year purchased  many of most/profitable, mines'of sunt h-  ern Kootenay. Tho consideration named is y3,000,(KX), or'at the rale of $0 per  share; half a million paid down and  the biilance in' monthly insl.-illments of i  $."���������00,000 each. Thi's uigaut ic deal is expected to gi eally stimulate the London  mai ket, which means ;i good de.-dio  liosslaud iu particular, and to Koote'-'  nay and British,Columbia in general.���������  Ex. ' '  ���������    '     THE ORIENTAL HOTEL.      '  The Old Stockholm'Changes to The',  New Oriental.  . The finishing touches upon, what was,  the Old Stockholm House but, is now  the Oriental Hotel m-p being put on  this week. Tbenew.house���������it, is practically'new from top to' bottom-���������is  most I'omi'oi (ably furnished and fitted  up, and with its popular in.-i'iagcinent  should have a large*.' patronage than  ever. On the ground floor are the bar  room', large dining room, office and  silting room. The bar back in (he bar  room is a very handsome piece of work  executed in Vancouver from a design  bv O. 13. 'JltcLean., It reflects cnnsidei -  ableciedit on his taste and with the  counter, homemade, sets oil' this room  to advaiiage. The dining room is a  large, well-lighted and airy rouui nicely,furnished and papered, mid the ollice  and sitting room of coinlortable size  and character. On tho second floor  there . are seventeen large bed rooms,  eleven in (he new portion and six in  that built last summer. They are all  bright cheerv rooms and are well fur-  nished.  Although the name of the house has  been changed the management has |1(',fc j  and as in the past it will be conducted j  by Ji Alber t Stone, who succeeded  his j  father as proprietor.    It,  is  enough   to'  say thai. Mr. Stone will conduct it, and  Win. Hamilton   preside  at   the bat   to  to ensure ,i I borough good house.   It is  Mr. Stone's ambit ion to make it the be'.-t  $1,00 house, in town.  Operations at the Waverley and  Tangier Mines are likeh' lo be extensive this coming season, unless the  present war piecludes capital from  finding it^ way over here. The money  maiket in Lundonjs veiy sensitive and  many intonilinsr_. Uivestors in a time of  turmoil like at present' prefer to wait  and see the outcome. However it is  intended to place a hoist and pumps on  the Tangier Mine, -to prospect that  property and develop it lo a depth of  S00 feet.  It is cointemjil.ited to 'put on th"  Waverley mine a concentrating plant  of J00 tons daily capacity audio have  a tramway connecting the concentrator with lhe mouth of the present long  crosscut tunnel. The concentrator will  have both steam and waler'power,  \vjll be healed by st ea in and lighted  by electricity. A saw mill' will be  placed on the north fork of the ille-  cillewaet river to cut all rhe lumber  needed during construction. Offices  and accommodation foi the. men will  be put up as soon as lumber ariives on  the ground.  Fifty head of horses 'and mules that  the \V,i,veriey Co. had been wintering  outside came thiough here yesterday  enroulo to Albert Canyon to .be' used  on improving the, road, to lay to the  saw mill and to' haul lumber, supplies  aud machinery. It is the intention .to  have the plant in opeiation by October  1st or possibly sooner. Pains, care  and diligence will be used to best advantage to net the plant completed  at'the eailie^l date and then lhe shareholders will likely leap i eivai'd fur their  large outlay of the past and, present.  conduct it, as.  many friends  this   account,  s processing  nicely .under Miss Powell's fostering  care/ She l.-iZ-es great interest in her  little charges.  F. J. De.iuie, opposition candidate  for Xorlli'Yale, was in town yesterday. , lie wi!i knoc/' Chinese, Martin  o'ut--\vilI'out trouble.  About a' dozen- 'people turned ' out  last Saturday evening to discuss incorporation, and incidentally thd'Tes-  lin lake railway bonus.  'The body* of Thomas Henderson  was buried,here Tuesday morning. A  lartje, number of Albert Canyon residents attended the funeral.  Don't wear ,ugly, unoonifoi table  shoes. Coursier has every shape,  color and size, in women's, children's,-  misses' and'men's. , o-.  'XV, A. "Nettle,   has   added   considerably to the appearance, of his home on  hill by putting   up a new veranda,  ���������IT SHOULD EXPLAIN  CONTRADICTED ON THE POLITICAL  '"     'SITUATION BY TURNER  Were motives allowed to look after  themselves, (ir were they watched  with a jealous eye? An explanation i-  di.eithe |voplv> who wi-i.: misled by  vour smoke.  Himself���������Herald's reasons for going-  ii w  over to Turner killed by Premier's  ��������� own statement���������Semlin -stated it  some time ngo- -What of it?  tl-  and by fencing iu the. pioperty  ' Photographs of local scenery taken'  .recently, 50c each. ��������� J/cDiiwell-A t-.  kins-II atsou Co., J/cOarty's block,'  Revelstoke Station.        ,       ,       '������ u ���������  A. IV. Macintosh and Henry Morris came down from Keystone mountain yesteiday. They are well pleased  with the result of their   work so  far.  . Ex mayor Green of Kasio, who  with,Mrs. Gree.n has .been spending  Some weeks in the. Sandwich islands,  has returned home much   iinpioved in  health. "    ' ,  - i .  On Thursday J. 1. Wood row left  for Calgary to meet,his hi other, sister  and, we understand, the future Mrs.  Woo'drow, also. They will all reside  in Revelstoke.  ��������� Commencing ou the Gt.Ii, inst, the  Sti'. Kolc-inee. 'will make trips from  Kas'.u to Lardo and   Argeiua on .Tues  days ii ii (1   Fridays  of   each  till  ' Local and Personal Briefs."  mail ' (  Sic-  Look Into This.  Why is not arrangement madp for a  summer service ol I3ig Bend niaiN* ?  The present contiact at $10 per month  for one trip per moiil h expired iu April i ^ . .  and no regular mail   has gone into Rig j I,,,Pr"Vf!f- --���������  Bend since April 7lh.   Xo contract has |      r?asvver JJros  . -Easy running, noiseless  sowing  chines at C'oursier's.        ' '  Mr,. Olio Abe.ling is in town- ,  Dr.'McKechuie .went   west, to  anions this week.  Jus. R. Hull 'has been 'in town a  few days this week.  .The Banff season at the, C. P. R.  hotel opens May 15.    ���������  Conundrum'.���������When does Saturday  "night begin and end 1    b ,  William Baty, of Winnipeg, is "\V.  M. Lawrence's new hootaeper.  ; A. Johnson, of the Herald, went  to the coast Wednesday morning.  T. T. Rrewster paid the town a flying, visit, this,week from   Carnes creek.  Jas. Gill, of Jas. Gill it Co., has  gone east to pvrc-huse stock for. his new  liriu.  Alex and Mrs. McGiegor, of Tllecil-  lewaet,    are.   in    town   imp a visit this  week.  Hugh McPherson, of Trout Lake  City, was a visitor to' town last Haiti id ay.  Subscription lists for Quoen's Birthday sports aie,being calculated , and  signed.  Dr.OfLalloch is . now iu town permanently, and does not visit Donald  as before. ���������  XV. IE. Ticker's, of Trout Lake dis-  i trial, was in  town   from   Saturday   to  Wednesday.  J. D. Graham  ertv  on   Second  lias   fenced   his prop-  street,    and   greatly  ct   M  inning   are  m  ;.//-  yet been marie for t he summer and  though there is. it is understood, a  tender put in for two trips for five  months of the year and one trip fm  seven months, no answer has been i e-  eeiyod spying lhat I he si.m vice would  he arranged. This delay is.-iggta val ing  and uniieci's-ary. Is the delay I iie  fault of the rlfpai tiiieut ui1 it* Inspector, Mr. Fletcher? Somebody is-io  ,bliunii and the M.\u. would ,i-k Mr.  linstock to impure into the mallei  from his place in the Ifou���������> of Commons.  ing a conimei.cement on ���������Jieir <a.sn and  -   i       ������������������ '  I door Lictoiy.  I      Part  of the   old    smelter   building  ' runic ,lo grief  Wednesday   niglit, while  ijeing',nm'('(l.  !      Rev. J. A. Wood is ,il  .Victoria   at-  | tending    the    Methodist     conference,  which began Thursday.  Wm.    Lawrence's    handsome    now  contage is nearing i.-oinpletion.      It   is  , a very nicely designed, lesideuce.  i      The reguliii shoots of the   gun  club  further  notice. ���������'  ���������-Photogriphs,' mounted and un-  ,mounted, of the'uppei 'and lower town,  50c each.--^-J/'cDowel 1-Atkins -li'alhon  Co., il/cCarty'.s block, Revelstoke  Station..   , > "      'u  Mrs. J>e, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Edwards and Mary Edw.i.ids were, the  first ladies at La Porte since ISG7,  .going up on tlu\.r.jyttoii;%vSund.i,y. tie v.  era I   other   passengers  also'" went   up.  Ready-made clothing, made, to fit  all kinds uf pockets in price, and all  kinds ot'.figuies in measure. Come  and see 11. S.  IFiison, Lhe tailor.      o  The Low Chung-Yak Sing assault  case'was heard and "dismissed on Tuesday. Wm. White, Q.C, appeared for  the defense. The name of the "counsel for the prosecution in this case has  not been learned.  iNo. 2 fire company stretched its  hose in a serious way for the first  time on Wednesday evening. They  made good lime1 in making con nee-  lions. The file was a brush one near  the Hnpgood residence.  Chas. McDonald, the local ��������� manager  of the Canada Drug and Book Co.,  left for the .Nelson branch Wednesday  morning. He will be away for about  two months. .Miss Lee is in charge  tinti) tlie Nels/m man-arrives.  ', The finest, fullest and most \aricd  line of suitings, made to order by experienced worZ-inen at IX. S. ITi/lson,  the tailoi.  The members of tin.  pany .of the Kootenay Bilies wore  sworn iu on Saturday last by Police  Magistrate Jordan: M.ijor. W. H.  Codpei,J. P.. dpi. P. McL. Forin  will have command of the company.���������  Miner. '     V  You should see the splendid album  ot" local photogiaphic views at the  McDowell.Atkins-Watson Co. store.  They are by Mattel it Co., and' cover  the, i town and scenes around it.  Airuther boo/- contains duplicates, of  which there are several    of each \iow.  "  \\  will come oir   sharp   at  p.m.  every  The House on Wednesday.  The   second    reading   of tin  Public  on   th"  Works Loan Bill, was  carried  follow ing division :  For--Messrs. Willi,mis. UnfT, Mistier,  11 eh uck en, .Vila i lis, Miu-tin, Baker. Tin -  ner, Smith, lliggins. St.iild.u t. Walk-  em, Pooley. Khei is. Brydi-n. Rogeis,  lrting, JJradcu and Mct'i-egor���������10.  Agaiiisi - -Me.--.! s. Sword. Kennedy,  Hume. Koi'slei, Miicplieison. Kidd,  Veilder, Semlill, Cotton, (ilnll.nn. Kellie nnd Html et -u ]2.  The   ho.i-.e    went   inlo cnmmil I ee of  the \\ hole on I lie    Revelstoke   Incorporation   bill,   Mr.   .Vil.iin���������   in   the chair.  The .couimit7,ee   ruse and reported the.  bill rumpled1 wit h'amendments.  Monday, Thursday and Saturday.  You will soon want  a   haniiuoc/- for  hot-  Weather. Coursier    has   some  LiMulics coming in. o  "'The   Mcnlienick    brotheis,    accompanied by Mr.   Murray, went down to  toi  ude.iu  this   v.ee  Tiie Wave.ley  Mine  Miimals    iu   pin  fl-  par:  ��������� lollil  iliem.  .Mr  Aclsoii     wi  ill  the  Ltd..  of  condition,  have    charge    of  suumier.  has   its  Cnrlis, of the iie I 'nwell-A t-  kius-Vi .itson Co., is no novice ai cani-  (������������������ a wuil:. See his own collection of  snap shuts.  The M.Mt is pleased to loam that  Mi. Ileid, who his lircii in charge of  Giitiitli ifc.Co.'s drug .business hei-o for  soniejtinie, has taken over;.the-business  The Bog'le Man.  The government can lidate for this  tiding has not yet been announced,  but the opposition party hit:- found a  champion iu Mr. David I!. Bogle, who  lias been a consistent opponent ef lhe  goM-ruiiic.il, policy for yens. There  are no h.il/ measures about j\Ir. Bogle's  utterances, and if the party is united  iu his support he will stand a good  chance of being elected. Whatever  may be thought of- Mr. Bogle's extreme views in pro\ incial politics,he  has the reputation of being strictly  li-.ii"sl, straightforward and fearless in  his e\pi essious,   -l.iosshiud Times.  It h Found.  The bfidv ol Joseph I'aoli, the Italian  killed by Hie snow -lido which wrecked  siinwsbed No. '20 ha- al h-ngi b been  found, li, \\,is- iinried away out of  sight and shows In.-il he must have,  been killed immediately the uishof  snow came. Tbe body \\ as removed to  (be f-il.Kicr lions.. ye-Lei da v and the  coroner heie notified. Mr. fjav.ige  went.up yeslerday to bring the ri-iu.-iin's  here for burial, ;-  AVe haven't a word to say! It is for  our contemporary if it can lind'speech  to explain. It has done nil t he talking  (people will talk).-ill the prophesying  and if time wilh its revenges make it  look ridiculous, show its talk to. be  clap-trap and declare it to be not even  distantly related to ;i ;prophet' the  fault'is it.s own. It had a.change to  ,make and it had I o cover it up as,much-  as possible '; that has been the M.Uk's  explanation and it looks as if it were  correct, Neycr prophesy unless you  know is a very good ��������� maxim the uninspired Herald should take to heart and  talk not if you are an " ignoramus "  (relined word!) is equally applicable.  The contradiction between these two  following paragraphs is what the Herald should explain.  Revelstoke Herald, Jan. .">, 'OS : '"The  Herald opposed Mr. Tin ner's govern-  inenl as long as any chance remained  of a Refoi m party being foi med solely  on provincial .Hues, to take the field'  against it. Rut when the Liberals of  the province assumed' to themselves  the l ight to divest the, opposition and  frame its platform the whole .matter'  assumj'dn very different,aspect as the'  Herald distinctly warned them it  woul'd in articles, which in its blatant  incapacity to i;-ia������p the rhif'Liofan  argument the M.\n. h-is actually re-1  centlv reproduced imagining lhat .they  < were making n,,point, against us. The  Hoi aid refuses to sit in to tbe Liberal's  game and there being nothing else of  an organiy.ed practical nature in sight  on the political scene except. Ihe Liber-'  ai association and platform and Mr.  Turner's government, it has declared  and does declare that of the two it will  adhere to and support Mr. Turner.   .  Tho Herald eon<--iders that the efforts  ,of ,the Grits are simply diverted to capture the ofTicinr'innchinory of. I he", pro-'  vince for Dominion political pur-poses  and to add British Columbia- to their  long train of servile provincial governments now trailing behind Mr. Laui-  ier's triumphal chariot. This scheme  we intend to oppose regardless of  every other' 'consideration. Mr. Turner's government may not be an ideal  one, but it is a ' Brit isli Columbia one  and would be very ill exchanged for a  Grit administration, dancing to (be  jerks of the Offajva wire-pullers."  A. ��������� J.   Mc-Lollan.   Esq..  Cliairman   of  , Committee,    Provincial     Political  Association, Victoria :  My Dear������Mr. McLellan: 1 understand that if is being freely circulated  that Dominion parly.lines ,-ue to be introduced into' Ihe entuiug provincial  elections, 'nnd ,11ml \oters\vil! be asked  -to vole as liberals or conservative--,  and not as supporters of the.'present  government.       .,,  Ldesire on behalf of the government lo make a distinct statement on  this point. There is no desire on our  part to introduce Dominion parly politics in any -way in t he coining contest. Our views aie that Dominion  and provincial polities are entirely distinct and should be kept wholly sepal ate.  It is therefore request e'd that voters,  whether liberal or conservative, should  support or oppose the present govei n-  inentas British Columbians and fiom  no ol her consideration.  As a government \vc have never  taken any patt or expressed any views  which could be construed as identifying us with either one parly or the  other. Very sincerely yours  .1. II. Ti;kni.*j',  Vktouia, May .'u-d, lSHS.  He Was a Man.      '    .  D'Alron McCarthy. Q. C, M. P., died  on   Wednesday   night.   To   say   lhat  regret is general would nor. convey Unfeeling   stirred   iii'the  heart of every.  Canadian who fought ,Remedial' legis-  lafion or interfeieuc-e with   Manitoba's  schools by this news.   .Me.  .McCarlhy  fhst broke away from his party.on th������-'  Je-uhs   IJ-rat.'s-   Act   and    since  ilw'iD  always assumed  nn   independent, attitude, lilt lie battled I henparty again on  the Manitoba School Question   resting  not till they ;were   beaten   altogether.  He was returned last "electi(*in bojh for  Ninth   Simcoe, which   hi*   held   since'.  1S78, and for   Brandon, 'Manitoba, but  lie  elected   to sir   for his old constituency,    lie bus uot, been heard of much  in the present parliament, but   he has  done his work and .'fought such a fight  as has left a wholesome lesson  behind.  As a lawyer he had few   equals* in   this,'  country and was to be found  engaged  in most important isihs.    He  was the  son of Dal ton McCarthy, solicitor,- by  l*is wife Oharlezina Hope Manners and  was born at Oakley  Park, Dublin,' Ireland, in IS-'-IG. -,  .Questions and Answers.      "   .  On Thursday, 5th inst., in the House.  Mi: Kellie,'.M. P. P.. asked' the. Hon.,  the .Minister of Finance, the following-  questions: ��������� ,  11' What has been the cost of protect-,,  ing the rivei-fhank at Revelstoke? ������,  2. Were contracts'for supplying materials asked for? ,   "  3. What fitms furnished the supplies  and amount each firm received ?  ���������  -1. The cost of'shcivels, and hy whonV  furnished?    r ''  ."������. Amount of salary paid engineers  on the work ? ���������        ,  Tin' Hon. Mr. Turner replied as follows :���������  '   (l)No.    (2)   Robert   Gordon,,    $1.75;''  'Wm. Lawrence, Ktfi.SX): Bourne Bros.,  $53.00 : Canada Drug and  Book   Co.;  !ti21.10; Revelstoke Lumber  C. $5.3.92 ;  Hume &,Co., 473.20; James McMalion-  $20.75;   C.   P.'R.,   $S70.?>:   Dominion,  Wire ^Mfg.-Cn., $017.52.,  (3)',$7.50. $12, '  and $13 per dozen according to sizeand  quality, W. M. Lawrence and Hume &  Co.   (4) $10 per day  with  $2.50 sustenance aJie.vance.  ANOTHER MYSTERY.  Startling' Discovery Near the Thirteenth _  Crossing.  f Striking incident..- like accidents  seem not to come alone. ' In quick succession came the finding of the Chinaman's remains, and those of Thomas  Henderson at. Albert Canyon, now it is  I he''finding of a drowned man in the  Il.'eeillewaet. A man namecLMeDotiald  iif Cody's bridge .crew at 13th crossing.,  seeing e. coat caught in the log jam  went, out of curiosity toiuspect it. As  he pulled it a hand, flew up disturbing  a body���������,1 hat of a young smooth faced man���������which c.itne face,up into.sight  for a moment and freed from the logs  sank amidst theiu again before the  startled McDonald could secure it.  Constable McRae went out yesterday  evening to try and recover the body,  but every effort proved fruitless and  unless some artificial means are resoi U  ed to (perhaps lime bottles would do it)  the remains of thi-- poor youth may  rest iu the Illecillewaet formally a day"  to come, ,   *    .  Their Resolutions.  At a recent meeting of the Rossland  Trades and Labor Council, according  to the Ros-land Miner, a resolution i e-  senltng Hon. G. B.Mai tin's pro-Chi-  iiese utierance was passed, and a rider  added deel ired the Council'-- 'intent unto siieiiiMiu.-Iv oppose any ministry  that retains such .i man in it.s cabinet'.  It v.as moved and unanimously adopted that  a   he.-uty   v<ite of thanks   bo  Kisjustas   well   ���������,   point out.   too.    l,",,,,Mvf'1, V"'", M" .f" ' "' fnr  hi<  thatinlhe  M.\...   iss���������p   ���������f    December ' ���������s"rt''"~-.-- "'" |- "*   ---"���������������"*  U>"  truck  III., IS07, was published   ,,   letter  fion.    ^ ' lX"- ������'**-----���������>��������� --" f������r������a,tlr  ���������.,     /,,..,���������       ,i ,.     ,      ,,        ect to him at nine.  Mr. (J. A. Senilm, leader ol lhe Opposition party, denying the correctness ol" the Herald'- view, and concluding as follows:  I   ������������������-i:i',i. .tssnitHi) nr.t  KIONKIC Ol' T!IK rKOl'1.10 W1I.1. DKCIDK  Till-: (.'O.MINC CO.VI KST (IX T1IJ-: (iKOl'N'I)  <U'' \\ Ill'-nil'-U   'I'llKY   AUK   (ll;   A HE NOT  Everybody Turna Backa.  SATISKM'l) IVH It 'I'll;.;  I  rsi'HATION  Ol'- I'l'lll.lC  PKOVIXOK.  The l.lerald l.inejied   that  to scoi n, yet now   we   ba\ (  Turner   accept ing   it   .-ind  lo  be   his    view,     loo  should   I'N  It told tin  i ;)���������:.-to .vi- au.mi.v-  AKI-AIItS IN THIS  statement  Hon.   yh:  proving   il  Hie   He'iald  lain   ils   po-iliou    (.-nndidly.  people it  mis   foi red lo lake  I he p.  soils.  lione.  ���������-il ion it does f i ,imi   polilic.-il   n  'I ho-i     11  imiiis    i|i| i ii    t,)  . '''���������<    i uulid,   H< i ild'   m.iki  opeireuiiu   -k a  n|    \ li it  .to go bvi i lo He     | in iu i  The F.-ihni IJioth.-i-s. two sturdv lookr  nil-: *5<'Oi> j ili;, Jt.ili.-ms. <..,tii,- fr������iin Nanaim'o this  nun nil,g on tbe steamer Joan, having  just come fiom t|���������. uoiib on lhe-teamr  er National City. Thev ii.u e been woi-t  king in Jiuie.ui and .Sk.jeu.iy and are  pes.j.in-tic all,,ui the pio-pi-rt's of the  northern ennui i v.  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J.ll.tl,   l.S-to .S| 11 no I 1/  Ppioayiniish.'v'^Ve arepcb^iteiitpwiitHour jiing  :':location and-:-.we"wiill jitaind pu'p..ti'Jr,i,oi'ir li'^xist;-.--.'--^^ 'liaiv.ey.tp  .-iochlitv as best \ve :;possiblv-c  .: ��������� :;��������� .-��������� :������������������'..;���������. . .-p-   ..v.    ,v ��������� ..pv'. c:. -���������     ,,.-    ������������������������������������ i. vi ne.tr.. ���������;.��������� ,i,ii. t'.ii.s.u'iat tec, tiie, w iri f.v-u-o'-k-' r'.'ipridJ-^it.i'sviia.iilild'e'.. :pi-ori(is';l.l;7 aspvl.Iie  XV il .liiASTp week tasked  ) viru'-t'. ���������'���������;. vtn". thj.s.uiat tec, tiiel >virit,v-' jv,,rki i,'.������iprid..|-fV|^it.''*s������ii.-i.idvild'e'.. :f)i-o|Hi������-al,7 as ,.,,,,. -       ���������  jVing iniah   of';..;Bri[i,'^h C:V;.luiribirtps!)<Mikl7K^'^'v,''''!!"P'"if,07 assi.;rtA7i''.'���������'tn.iibji';-.'lliie '-1.7^.  7 ^~  AfcyA&AttGMJJCrf7p'7p IA!!A 'iA'AA-.  '[AALAAl.AlAAAi:''l'A'::::-.Ay\tAAA-'AAAi  ;|na!|l,ical7|Gl!8|ist;:^  INELSON, -B;,G.7p  Axi  WoMimoRS:  7Bestii$l7ia^i3a^;liduseiin7  ,���������:'.:' ��������� -V ,''      y   .  .   '..''���������     : .  ,���������:','.'���������. ":���������������������������,���������      -.: ..V      .   .        '.:���������.���������.:,,.���������"'���������,-,...'". \, . ,"-������������������-.     ,',   . .    .:    '������������������,������������������������������������.:.������������������.-.���������    ���������,;;������������������   .-,..' *J',:.  ' Assaysof c\-cry:;varicty of iniiioi-ai.i    .'!'.; .1'".,. 7.'P  'iVriaI.vsi.s.,: of :;*iiilic, I w-ater, 7orP (itiier iniitibrifiil^  ; 1'������ :ii'sc-(l for foofl.';.���������.*���������..'' I   |7 v';,7' ��������� 7..'���������'.     7      -pp'  Pronipt Rc'suits.  '��������� P  "Promx5* Casb.  P. .-Dodger (appir.priate -nani(i) td. explain  vhow.it 'rei.'onciled the, srateniei.it   m.'uie,  v . by the, C<ilOnist.;' that it he .'governrnent'.  7 wouId g'o to the coir titi-y sulei y oil 1 heir  r-f-coi-d1. .with the .statenient.s ni.-ide hy it  ���������;i 7at, the:., tinicp of   its   awful somersault  that party li ui;.-. v.-et;('i ue citable.  '. The  ���������';. liiidu'er thinks th-;, be-it 'way to answer  pit 'is   to,p.kep'p.silen!,7~-thip, lea-It. ���������������������������sii.iij ���������)  . soonest meiideri. ...... .   .���������-'���������      &p ',.'������������������ 7.. pi  ���������jp'I.Wr:  .'askef'l    it' also. to.explain how v  tliere  coi.ild .possjbly licsu'el;   ;i   runior ;  p(in view'���������(.ifp.recenl. u'( l.eram-f.sp.t .hat f lie ;  Grits yere trying io, c,-i.'pture' ['A ho. 'pto-.",  7   viiii-i;) as .-���������that'i'.W.  ij^ndiuif'sv M.. I'.i  .. ,.(a.; v(:ry gritty    young    grit)'way. going .'  in wi'tti   M;r. .Turh.er-���������"' The:   an'swer   f<������ |  tin's 'is'���������'iiiissiiig also..  '������������������"Wili the I f (-rakii t:iy iinother?     ,    .    ,  , : if IS issijo Ot' ()i:A: IJlh aiirailiiic'rvi  that.  Mr. A. .J leii'it-rsiiii    was .elected, al.tlie  faniiitis West minuter  eoti-vViiilirm. yi.ee-  pr.i'jsident. -of the Liberal .'issocia'pii'n for  AVestmiiisiei- (lisi.i-iel., .Lust -Siiturday's  .Colonist'     iuiii'iiuiced ,   that     ,.M r.    A.  'Jlender.soii,  barrislei- and    secretary of  lhe    Liberal    asso.-ia tiiiii     theie (West  minster) was. chosen., unanimously   ,.  <fii\ erunie'ul   caiididati  the  ;, I):iir!y.| <.;iiliulate':l.hei^xaii)pIePiif  th.^hpTii7.f.|jiiei,pl;t|-!s a.r*������:'&'ji.-f 1 i<t-i_������.-1itlV.isili'l-i'.Iv.rli'/arij".'V:iti*���������!']|-.[,.  iairi 7'n  i('i-eafp7 Bi iraiiru.Avho   are. p;ft ie'ni lv I Writ, .to ei|ihii-'ie iivand iel<ir'si Iviu  ->>.!') V-':  %a> Hv ;h i Apsi: & :^XX X. ;ri  X^c^XXX7X^>a a  ail'd/(l;-*r'i.'rpi;i;i.'idly. sfi-jving ^rlVijs.lai'A' :iiii,jV''lJtl.oii':nt.t.Vy jxuveiPby ii'lurgepd'ajoiiiify. iJ7 ip'7 ;,: ���������; .PP.i\77 .p-"1' ������������������'_ myU^''^'���������Sti,'iel:,:.'p v  the -'riodsi-...f)f.. c%niiiriiptls7.i;ieii '\viio'-.vilip;''o''r|' is,.������������������;-1N.<v.p;vrrj/;hhV:.;1 ;������������������ n'i-i-,-.i>jt;ii>��������������������������� p'li..v ':.".'': ': :"\'A\ 7 , \.AivC..������.)l;..y.{.i]|.l.J.,p.|.}.G  i-eally r-'ptesenr. liiein ,������i|rl,|.,iii't.:a'.i:'hi.''ek v^ni-ii'a metiifid'w.uicjiii-viiiit '"'"    '  updn'th'o..seitr-h .('hiss. Ji-jgisiai.uiii, tiluit,  is iori.often fiusi,edvtlirraigh tlie iri:p.ei-  Giirars;  ���������   . o  -r,  ii iy oil  'le.i.e'ni.yX'P  !i..n.-iivi:..-e,i'.'  iij.-p.!b'e. !'iy  ]!��������� .>��������������������������� no't. jH-.-iet.i'-.-i.l'iy V.-i'iin-;j  .pi'H-aeecrt'iing to r-<'iiislt.|,u-7.|'  al-i-f-'illyw,.-:! iu..aVfv'-.Hrit'isb:i  FOX' SALE ������������������������������������A ii iianf.ity.ar HaibtPsecoiid liiuirt'  'P-li-ei liiliU:.;/   7 , :  ;,. ..��������� ���������.; "'��������� ���������������������������'.' p.  , i.'il.hoiis'.'.v.,' :    a - . ..':������������������;���������     .. :���������'���������,.-  .   _ It   ,is p.not ,; tort ,in.liei; to *ay thatpilie :'"'roiistit;������!,if',ii;ii o-sPiliiily, -for.'tile   Opp/l-  I'utillie.i.f fir-iijsh   ;(v.|ii!M!iia:-'''"isi-.ifirgjVfy  in the,hands df its V^vii   v;,������ LiiigMi.-i,',...  if:iliey"y,',ljl 'uniti. and staiid'sbouldt/r io  shoulder.'--Victoria Times. '������������������'' Pv  '���������oiistnutioiiiil v)-sf-il)i.;,<.-. -l.a.'.'t.lie   O-po/i-.P '"���������',-.':-.,���������   ���������.���������:'. ' ' v  '-n:,,P:t,lp,^.^  i..',:(i..gpi'ri i \A- uA.yrAy, 'it ��������� is .pnuable ',t<* 7.iJVH/'������V-*-' UiJI iL'.ilJJ, Hi  ;.;:;e:ami;0.opb,'b;o.:  Next  j      Hailyisin is ihe inOsf  irer-ei;!..   nialad.v  ';..! lint .Ins; at tackerl   the   liewspa)!,���������; *.,,f  I   West dCiHiteriay,where   itPseen.y to he  1< an   ejiideiiiic jn^lv !jo\'v'.    . K'?islo"i������ ���������ini'trif-  |  pro-iid   jii'p'-it ioii r>fp iia ving ii.s niaiiiy r'lai-  |  lies as' i'lpsslirn'rl -and   Victoria: ' . Kilisli,  j  Alririitng.^'ews- is, trie   best,: lorik ing i.f  i  the   three   hifahts   lately ;l,o'rti. on   I he  si reiigt.b id' election   iieedsp   'f'h': ������������������ f'Jve-  iling K'ooleiiniai! and. Revelstoke  Hei'-'  aid an. |,i-;t,y ini tlieir jegs, Imi,   will . m.y.  doiilit lie r'-Ieg.-ifii'd io ai   lit t le.'gr;i've".i'n  tie; garden 'who.-' the   .fight    is'   o,ver, ���������>-"  Ro'sslaiid 'fini/'s. '���������  .. ���������������������������'.  -  . i.  ��������� '���������'' 7.; Kootenay Dividends  It   Hill V   In  said  ���������t.''.ei'i:.M,.i.'a's rog'a'rtJ-; ������':-:v-r.-uii<>ii.  i i'!i iiu7i j.p'.-a! tn !'heii'I"vl,(.;r7i!7v t ii.-pCoyj "'���������  ''.'cil'innent. and Opp:i.-,it.i..a, aivP.ii a;j i-rjiial ���������!  '..footiiig ,".-. i'.-ga.i-i,!.-' tip.,- fort/iul.it'i'lii. of a' .  ���������policy. ' Jr.,: iii���������,.:/?:.!.;:P'.iipii- .(.a^e !!,i.- tip. }  posi.'.-iou' (P.f'i^er.j'l-.r .r-wh ai'i Pppoi-t uci- :  !y. ���������. It, ilia- ;i. .defir/rj-.e .p'olie'y <,n'!inp .-n-p  ���������.l.ei'-f>ri'-,n.-;-.v'1.-li;.e''i) i.-i !'���������.���������-��������� '.)/;��������� '.-���������iibj''-eIP. i.i.at.te.i-.i.  of: tiifs1]:;;!;.    /<;-..;:,,;, ;,,, AV;1-y (':;;7,.,|:r^.P  therri 7.UJ7 v.-i.f.hd.!ll   'JlaPiipg pso'-ii ���������: b',-a v\  '  'iii.ir'deMs. .in i L*- pe'oj.j.-- a,-'roiisf prer-'iiuii'- -  any   j <;;ief    |.f-oi'i(. ,1 a xvi'i'.Jt ..!'i-,r''''riiiuVV';���������  '.rve,'i,l'.s-t,|.> cor ne,'      Jt.t,{/j.,m:i...! I he rr e;U i(.i|7  'of'a debt of  ;. I'joiif.v#12.ll,>b.('',.'0 ''for   lib,  :  W-) i)V-0[.!e7!,.-fai.i.-e7il.   riu,   >,,.,.,,,���������,-.���������' vvria!':  is'lesiierLat far h'A rt.ift, jur.l'.iti a.neiiir ���������'  i'i'T nine!', ,l..'',ss prii-rMiis- I ...tie- people,  it:' I  is for. progr':-',';S but :>/.!   iii1  a'1 \\v. y   J.iuit. ;���������  inajk"-;   two    oi-   lbl.ee    |'n ill iojm i res:ili lid  '  ilii|ioee,ri.|uK   lhe   ;,ff.|iie   as   ���������,,.   win.1 ������������������! ;  Let   I he ���������f/overiiiu'enl   inee(v i lie   ()p|i(i--i.   |  iiiines   of il i/iji at.'l in<'-i.olls   oii   this'./pii-stii'in. ���������   A  ���������'..' Itestof cvet-ythiiV^- '^'oi'i.io-'! .  RUiSSELL ���������&  HEROD;' Prop's.  ���������1  vfl'XX-"  .'"-     ���������-'���������'" __        .'���������-.'"��������� ���������    v ! , ���������   . .  ~{"K'r.  W.  Painter and Decorator.  Iyeuiooritemiikte liMingiaMfail;��������� ������iilrsyiass;  ;.: ���������..'������������������������������������ design, eosiiiatiiite iiwitls %$;.$  ���������Ai     68st::eal! Mmlw.  law  ���������i  thai.    :.  We.sl,   Kool.,-i,|iy  ' only    coiiioiehced   lo j   v?i-\vs. Ad ve'rlise'r.  j i.-iy   dividends   rl iiiiiirr    I lie ��������� past   two i .._.-  ���������y a    meeting   ,y,.;,rs, and yel. in I ba.lPsuiall .ierii'.d (,(���������..  Gra:iriing,v.Cfiri-i-igo Paititinf-1 and   Paper  Hanging.  .  frPIA.LLR'  IN1  WAi.f,   d'APLIiS.  L    W O R K ,'.G U A ,RA N TEED  IiIc.Kc:isic' Avsniin,'  5P&  ���������'��������������� '���������'   ' ���������'/���������'��������������� ������������������'    ���������"' ���������  A.  ������PECiAL'.  "ST^  j         Read  t he .Kootenay   Mail.  RBVSLSTOKE STATtON. |X&QQlCWcl')>     flDjli  IRepelstofee,' ffi.C'-; It \  ���������r  t  i  A.  5\  ��������� o  ff ...  THE ROOTED YMATL.  J.  Ages.  -"\  Defence and Defiance.  Editor Province.���������There aie three  main points fur consideration in provincial politics at lhe coming elections-,  which must not for a moment be lost  sij-;ht of: ',.,,,  L The Conservatives must turn out  the pt esent Tui ner {j-ovcrimient.   '  2. The Liberals ��������� must 'tin n out the  present Turner ff-overnnuuit'.  3. The Independents must turn out  the present Turner government.  The Conservatives of Vancouver and  indeed of all the .Mainland   an'', .suffer-  ; in;-; from unfair weight, of Island, mainly Victorian influence; so are the Liberals of Vancouver .and   of the entire  '  .Mainland ; and so alsoare the Independents of (he "whole province of British  ' Columbia,'save and except  the   Island  which is SO miles ofV (m(the west coast  ��������� '   of the 7->,icilic. '  It<is not the fault of the, inhabitants  of the'.Mainland  any 'more   than   it is  the fault of the Victorians that.the Island of Vancouver is an. Island, and  i?,  separated   hy���������so  many   miles of intricate and   dangerous   navij^atinp   from  the .Mainland.    Neither is it  the fault  of the Island   any  more "111.in it is the  faplt o'f Vancouver that .-it  this  latter'  phice there is  a  spacious  ami  natuial-  harbor, an ad vamage, denied to Victo-  lia.   Inlands'have (heii advantages aiid  so have continents, and from time   im-,  "    memorial    thi-ir'   respective    interests  have dill'eied and inevitably led lo .separation as the (���������'-���������hum irs become   populous and rich, hawever close their orig-  .. iiial ties  have   been.    Uibt'orv   lepeals  '��������� " itself, .        ' ,  ,  We arer making  history   now. here,  and iu this country.    A separation can j  < be easily made in the e.-ulier stages,  without great suffering which can only  be carried out. with violence and much  - itu's'>ry al'"a later date. ,We are not far  from the parting/let us go our respective ways before bitterness is followed  by loathing. . ���������  ,  But whatever may be , iu the fiiluie,  one thing is sure. An Inland and sectional government, such as (hat now  in powCu- must he destroyed, the sooner  ( the better 'fur- both sjde.s. That huge  pile, the government buildings at   Vic-  .'   toria, is a standing memorial of the in-  comp.itability'of the two  great divis-  i     ion.s of this province   and   will   be' so  < viewed, by every traveller from the  Mainland for all time, while those buildings .stand. The present, government  are responsible 1'or this nt uiiendous  monument of sect ionalinmV It is'a temple erected to the   Goddess of IWi.sgov-  .vrnment, and as fatal,a L'lTt as wa's Ju-  jsiter's present to Pandora.  .Mr. Turner's  l.-tlei   to .Mr. A. T. Mo  Lellan declares against. p.irtv   lines, at  t he forthcoming   election,    lie  desires  to rally to hiili-elt'   all   classes, for  the  maintenance of Victoria.ii .Inland interests.   'It is wise and necessary, that  we  ��������� should   do   the   same.    All  those who  have interests  which  are not in direct  ,,-iccord with  the   Island   combination,  rind are therefore likely to,suffer   from'  this sectionalism, must   unite   against  this   clique.     Conservatives,    Liberals  .-ind Independents must   all   alike, put  aside party feeling and meet this combine by a solid and impenetrable fionl,,  and as we hope for success let us  have  a man at our head who hus'all'thechai-  ���������ictei'istir-s of a'great leader.  There is but one. and he'is so fe,-ucd  that attempts have been, and aie now  being made, to rs'inoye him from the  sphere of political influence, his very  enemies are striving lo get him made  chief justice.    ,  Surely iii this critical moment' Mr.  Joseph .Martin >vill not refuse his aid,  . and surely those who have been for  years seeking'a leader will not now  hesitate when there is such a MAN to  be placed at the head of w'hat ought to  be a united party.---F.dk. Warren.*  No Fire   Grant, For Trout Lake City.  can, apparently, lie ' afforded for fire  protection in towns ostensibly under  the Oovernnient"n \\ ing, t here is no  uiii'irulty in making appropriations of  men e than double I hat   amount lor it  A very sore rjuo-f inn will] the people  of Trout Lake City is the fact tli.ir no  appropriation has been made for the corpr.i"it!^^^^  Fire Brigade. Before the brigade was ,.wl!;ollf h��������� ,.xp(.t.,|J(1 ������, 'fm-ni-.li ������.������V  organized or before fire warden.- were ������llllf1s> foi. ,jlt.ir own fll.��������� protection out  elected, it was understood from lhe ljf the- municipal mom'-v chest. The'  loi'.ne, gold commissioner, J. D. Gra- Brigade is rhorougllv organized, hav-  hani, that there would not be t he_ *llt, a mp,,,!,,.,.^!,/".* '������), and already it  slightest difficulty in 'getting the usual ih.lP <lom. g(locl wf)1.k jn pK.veiUin���������"t|u.  appropriation of $200 to, i^iM, in de- ���������lltbreak of fir e, as anvcitizen of Trout  frav.ng the expense. (lf ,���������,������.���������,.������������������., fire, Ljlke (:ilv wi]] ,lMjfVi .������������������, ,.- cvrt.lin,v  apparatus. Now it would appear that i. rl ^at'pitvjor the Government, in  thegovernme.it has ��������� not the slightest this wav to discourage" enterprise and  i.ilentu.n of niakingtheneedf.il allow-j pill)"ik. ;pil.it<J(]lK;'s ||f ,S(| ll^t.fu, ������������������  ance, and all this, expense which has 'j tmh.t> llum, (.sp(JC.i;lllv wh(jn lh*, ���������"���������',���������  been gone to hy the Fire Brigade has , .^ki.(1 f|1I. ������������������ ^sonable and cp.he with-  tobe.nadeupbypr.pnlai subscription. ��������� Sll llu. (hlty <lf ������������������. Cic,vo.nment. to  J Ins is a shame, for   while no money I snppIv.~TrO.it Lake Topic.   ���������  r \g  taxxj^x  imf&B&J   t���������USCESI  [JEKCTVI  If  aT-KIJJ3  ?  8  Fred Bobiiison^ Proprietor.  Rough, and'Dressed  ^*^-"  i  A New, Industry  in  MIL jo joj  Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Finishings  1 , < r,     , 'J '  ' i i  CUT rates' for spot cash-  Raw' Fur Notice.  Manufactured  in   Revelstoke  "r���������    &   MANNING  ���������M  ESI&-  Will commence to turn out from their new factory' by the First of June  doors, sashes, mouldings, lurniii"-.-,, balusters, bandsawins, bracket wor/*,' fronts,  t-U\    All latesL machinery.     Factory to be lociited on   ' ' b ���������    ���������  THIRD STREET, HEAR A. MACDONALD & CO.'S WAREHOUSE  ,1  T H K" U N D E R SIG K K D,  representing Joseph   -Ull-  An  item   of'in tr rest    to    the   residents   of    "Revelstoke   and    vicinity.     Oi  JUNE 1ST, 1898,      "'.       ���������  &%fV*������x������  A  kjv  "wo^^ir  JT"  'aylor  ���������n  Tntend opening iu one of the stores in tire  ffackensie -Avenue,'  A Villi a first class stock of  ?  man, _of St. Paul," New ' York'  and London, It no-land, wish to  inform my kriknds and the  public generally that. I don't  intend to travei as heretofore.  Those favoring' me with ship  ments of Raw Furs can rely on  fair treatment' and prompt re-'  turns assured. Write for price  list to G. W'. BALDVVIN,  Winnipeg, Man.  Tl  mOPQ 8>  PC  -TUKnidrilNii5  coir  '       't  ,      Their .stock wi  ready-to wear clothing fo'rn.en  men, youtiis, boys .ind children  ist of "nts   ltirnishiu^s,,, complete in every detail,  -youths, , boys   and   child.en, lra.ls'und'e'.'ijft'for  _ _ hoots   und   slioes^frA-.men, ,women aud-x-bildrcn  iu (i\v.vy variety of style, quality and   size.       prospectors' and millers' outfits a  Wholesale aod Retail  e    c     Uij JlUJli.LtilL    t     j    ,  DKAI.-Rll IN  Milk Cows; Saddle, Pack,  Driving' and Draught!  Plains and- specifications'/ prepared  ', in India Ink or ������Jltiie-priht  ' "  ���������' ���������-. 7:'"  Drawing's.0 l;"A(  If you,, desire an artistic home''with all niodern. conveniences  call and sec Maclean who'can design you one in any  ��������� ,'       ���������sty!c: Queen An'nc, Colonial, Swiss, or any other style  i   ������������������       you prefer.       ��������� ,''.''  ^and .interior decorations  are  his  specialties.     Store  .Decorations, Bank. Fixtures,   Hotel' Fi.\ture5T"Hall *  shewing   pannelled   dadoes,    frescoes,   .etc.;,'"Artistic  Screens, Vierandahs, Stairways, etc. can be got out to '  suit the market.       ��������� . . ' '   , ���������   ���������      c     ���������  Tnte  riors  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.  wanrai3ie;^-������:wia^.'iU3^ia2rvj^.'ji^^oi.ii=aoi^^  distinct feai'ure.   Dry ^oods. all the latest designs'in drw  iss'^oods, etc.', blankets,  c;ii pets, oilcloths, curtains and \\ indou-i blinds.  The eastern markets will be visited by l'r. James bill whose, thorough  knowh?clge of the business will enable hini 'to buy <;ooi]s of, t,he rif,'ht sort and  at the riidil, prices. As nearly all of .."\lessrs. .fiill\t'CVi.'s stock wi?] b0 bou������ht  direct from the manufacturer .and the cash paid for it,���������they will bo able" to  bffer lo the, public   ������oods of exceptional value at reasonable rates.  PV0I<  linhn  Oiaih  w^miMMbimm,  *R.  OENTRAIil DRY, LEVEL,'  H. TRUEMAN   & CO.,  PH0T0GRAP.T*;i3R.lj,'-  Vancouver. '- -    .    '     3. C.  As in Uio liiistSyciivs \vo <,will coiilin'iiu (,n  'lnalco li(!\-c-]st(ilcc ono (if.oui--]n-iiici]ial calliiifr  Point-;, bonk out I'm- our .'m-hiil nnticiiS and  sGcuro good work. (J. .!. Aniaii is ajjent for our  O. l>. ii. m������l yenoi-al J5. C. views. 2-1'Gl  Ai  Biiv lots from us.  .LE-  < A-  . -) i ���������-,-  J;.r-,.>  A^m  ���������aLjTj-wrtj... ^*������...^..f -^i;iayyT  oThe   present ��������� centre   and future-  . headquarters for  MIKING ��������� OPERATIONS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ���������i  ri  Vi  TH  \  -^^5B^������  Klondike Traffic.  The extravagant guesses as to (he  ninount. of traitlc to the Klondike this,  spring- h.-ivi- come far i'mm being- realized. So liyhl has been the travel, in  fact, that railroad men are wondering  if it mis been woith the three inonlhn  light with the ('anadian Pacific, and  t he loss of : evemic (in re^ulai business  t'on>('������)Ui'iii upon the icductions made  upon all Western lines and lhe Grand  Trunk..  During   (be   winter   many   railroad  men made personal cvisii,s, to,(be north  'Pacific  coast   point,.-   to ascertain   lhe  probable   volume   of   Alaska      traflie.  Almost without exception   i hey placed  the   total   at   b'O.OOO   or 2()I)'.I)00 men.  .-since January 1, when   the first of llu-  travel   to   the   Klondike   began,accurate count has ������������������,,.,, Ic<_��������� |>I, <in all passenger's on all boats going to Alaska ports.  Up to Apiil 1 the number nf pa-ss-engcrs  had not reached 20.000.    Ii, i* conceded  that the rush is now   over and the best  evidence  of   this is   the   f!H-t   that, the  boat lines have reduced their rales $10  a ticket.    Hence 90,000 will   inorulh.-ui  cover I lie cut ire   tral'tic for the .v-imhi,  exclusive of that which went overland,  and which is veiy .small.  For this busjnes-^ transcontinental  rales \vcrv ii-diwi'd mine I ban (it) pei  cent., I be fare from Si. Pa id and Mis-  Muiri ri\ei points being only SI0. yel,  Ihe reductions do not seem to have  stimulated , | r.iffh- lo any appreciable  extcnl. Ft'li-l hcriiiniv, lhe.se low rates  are in elVecl si ill, and prospecls u! g,.|.  ting then, out ate \ cry poor, lor I he  ('anadian Pacilic and I he A mei icui  lines.'are.' no neiirer a se|.|.|Miiieii'l.'tlia''ii'  they vjvre. when Hie figbtpbcgaii early,  in tlie'.winler.  I  ia1  ^melting  r^  I rmmg ^ompan>  We ha\'e  the   finest   properly���������business  re  isicl  ential  m  RBVSLSTOKB,  one of the most  solid,   progressive and j  jjerous towns in West Kootenay.  We give vou  :XUtXM^h#?ci^X^  ���������i:^A:r^^^rA^A:^J^!a  ���������    ��������� AND ���������.  mn pAninim ni  yiJU I nbltl  Shorte.st and quickest i oute  To Yukon and Klondike  G-oldfields,  " Eastern and European Points  " Pacific Coast, China,  Japan and Australia;  Tourist curs run ilnily anil nro inodkls of com-  ton-. M.iKnilii'onl. sluu|ii,i^ nnd <liniiiK curs on  all li-.iins., rid-eis itsiicrt tliroii^-Ii .nut b,:''-  K<*i"u oliookril to (Icslin.ition.  JJ.iily liiiin-; fi-oni ttevclstoku -- iii-M bonne]  7.10 jl.in.    Wijsilioiiiiil. ,-j.i'i) p.iii.  Connections with K'ooU'ii.iv )ioinls���������l.ciyp  Kovelsliila- ,S.I)0 a.m. .Ari-no Kcvi-Moko \\i  l.'.V) p. in.  Km- information, tinio cuds, in.ips ,m<]  ticUots ujiply lo  T. W.ltltAlMJr.MW  A;,'onl, Kfivulsiokc'or  ;        ^\*. K. AN-DKUSON'.  Tr.ivollinj.' I'.isst-nftcr Agonl,, .Nelson,  K..I. COVbK.  JriMi'iiAt I'lissiiiigm- Ap'iil, V.iiiuiiiiwr.  TROUT  i  lie - Canadian  Pacifie  eaniship Co.'s  'l'OS  'and   <rood  EASY   TERMS    '  treatment.        Call   on    us  early.  Apply  Tm  i  J-  hai&,  T.  ���������c-  Resident  Agent,  kKVELSTQKK,  B.  LIE ^TXECTJIJLi  . p; 7 -Attorney'in Fact,-"       . ���������       |    : ���������'  >',..'. ; ���������' '.        . ... . i- ���������''.''''  A INS WORTH.' B, C.  ���������STEAMEKS-  NAKUSP   and   KOO'/'EMAY  l.invu Arrmvlicnl il.n'lj" Im-,i!l jiuinls in ICool-  cn.iy, iniikiii^-, i-oniKiolion ui N',ilcii,p fi,r  nil pniiils on Niikiisp .mil .Slm-.m l;>. .-tixl  SJocnii IjiiUu.  liisuunniii f'liini nt Itolisiiii for Xclsim, Knslo,  l!,itl'oiu\ 1'ik'l li.iy, Tr.iil. Jtosstind, Nortli-  |ioi-l nnd nil points soul li.  Ion-full  iiifoi-ninlion, lickuis,  inap--.. Vic,  i.,iU  on or ndrii'oss  T. W. BRADSHAW,  -iffoiil, Itovot.toUu.  Or to  W. K, ANDKItSONT. K. .!. COYM'-,.  'J'r.iv. l'nss. A|,'i'iil, J>isl. I'.iss. Aki ill,  Xclsim, ['..(J. \'.moonvor, li.C.  It is the centre of the Lardeau mining district.  It will have railways to  the north and south.  Its climate is superb.  It has plenty of building!  timber and a sawmill  in operation providing  lumber, at  reasonable,,  prices on the spot.  Its      lake     afiords      ex-!"whilst  to   the ��������� sportsmen    the  Ceptionally good trout'; i-e-Jjh-Jorhood affords  game in  .fishing.   '   , |:i)k;:!i>"'   .  i lie accommodation includes  It has a crown grant, pur-; ^cod hotels, stores, post office,  Chasers of lots thus Ob-,' recording oriice.  butcher   shop  taining   an   absolutely-' j''ul(-* n\:ln-v private residences.  ' " ���������* " '       Buiiding   operations   are   in  fuil progress, and the bstablish-  RQUT   LAKE   CITY'  is'reached'by rail  from  Revelstoke   to   Arrowhead, 28' miles ; thence  by steamer. 10 miles,"to Thomson's   Landing;   and-   a   short  stage of   12 miles;   the   entire  journey occupying only 6 hours  through magnificent 'mountain '  ancl lake scenery.  Well-known     mining     pro-'  moters and  capitalists   already  have, their   representatives   on  the- ground,    and    it    is     no  boomer's dream to say that be- '-  fore another six months Trout  Lake City will be a b.ustling '  centre of business and the prin:  cipal town in this treasure-laden '  Lardeau., the new centre'of at-.  I traction,   for   the   best   mining  jenterpnse.    skill   and    capital  j which   British    Columbia,   has  j magnetized within her borders.  j   _ The climate and" soil' of the  | district are-all   that   could   be '  'desired by iherancher.gardener  'or   fruit    grower    for    whose  ���������products a profitable and rapid-  V  increasing-   market    exists :  clear title.  mem  of the sawmill  will  tend  .vol! more  to  ' mediate  1 town.  growth  enhance   the  of this  nn-  nsing  Columbin, & Western Ry.  . li.  Tn l.iku olli'i I .Inly-:-.  l,i!J7.  -.'."i n 'I'i.ill ,inil li'iis^limil.  i\ os Ivo-,-.!:11uI   -   -   7:o(i ii.in.  1 11li sti'.t.iici' ,H, Tr.iil.  't'iiiic T.il,!  !i.nl\   :..|v.  No. fi p,i���������,oiitfei !���������  f"(llllll"jls  Xo. :i pLs-i'iikcr  Ioiims  Tn-.il    -   -   -   K-l.-| ii.li).  Connrols iMlli Hot! Mni.'i.t.iiii Im- sjpok.uiu.  No. :'. p,is~i ri-i'i- |..,ivcs- l.'fi ���������.i.i.ni   -   -     il   ii.ni.  (.'������������������lniuil- ������nii (MM! -,'-.iiii'-i-s fur lu.illi.  X'i. 1 ]i.i-,.,oiiH('i' icnvi's '1'i.iu    -    -    - iL'-.tn j, in.  ('(iiiiiiiijl - '���������'. tilt (' !'.'.'. -I, .iiiii-is frinii noi tli.  N'<>.  I pUssl'IIK"!- ll'.lM-s     O.-I.lllil    -    -    ;i:ii(i.)i.iii.  Coniiecl:- -.vitl),Iiou Moiindiiii for Siiokaiiu.  ���������No. o���������lmi'si.inxoi- IwiVos 'J'litil     -   -   -   ;i:.|"i .p.ni;  roiiiici'ts wit-ii sl.i..,iini!i- I.ytton nt. 'I'riiil.  'l'\.Y'. ('UTK.LICH. '  (.'oiiur.il .Sup!.  ^I-ToZ  ZJZES  O^   ILOTSi.  In  If  side. Ipioo; jiayable ^.35.33 down. $33.33 in 3 months. $  in 6 months.  1,. .t-..d  00  1 -������  (jrne  '.���������i^u down, $50 in 3 months.  j-SO   in  oi.-n'ci-H] ontdoi  Trail. H. C  If; i 5������; |>a\.il;l(:  months.  (These prices are for a short time only.)  L. )-L\.!(v, RkvivLS'I'okk, General A������'-etit.;  H UGH Mcl'.l-I LRSOK, -Trout Lake City, Resident Agent. VMlM -I.  TilK KOOTKNAV jIAIL  ������'1'������i|iii*w<''/w������'"'- ijiTrwri ���������  ���������   Wi������i������fc1H������**^fc'������**  ������. Kootcnny Ledge    f������JJ'^     TO  A "������? TOI-HP  s- '-r/l ������   *   Tiio rc^'iil.ii- uicvtin:  :iri' liol.l in the ?l.-i->  -%' y \*~.7~\?^> iil'i'noiu in mo .-i.-is-  1 c&A^Sf^AA' XA, (.nii-'I'(-:i!p]i-,^oiiiii<-'-  r-^j������^-."-;sr^*J&-=Lli."l, on llio Uiira  ^^!S^i!}l^dA'l-^m .Mond-i j    in    u..cli  z&zs^  STtS7-*���������������"~  inontli    :il/' S   p.' in.  Vi-ilim?   broth ron  cordially -welcomed.  W. V. CKAGK. S.:citi:-i-AKV.'  ���������ftRVBLSTOKK LODGE, I. O. O. F., Ko. 25.  tj *  ^-Xij.t' Ko'^nliii-lii'-otiii'-'-.M-c liol.l  ,_C^,'f^t^:-feV,   i" Dddfcllov.s   Hull i-vi")-  'fST-'i.f-,-i������; *A 'Vi T1iiii-m1.iv liwlil   ,'1   cinlit  KCi^P'" ���������������������������-Ah-y^ o-olo.:l".   Visiter.,' ln-ollioi-s  A Jriz&'''f'������^S'.y '   ov.li.ill> '.voloonn'd.  Vi. ii. 1J--.K. NT,("'. T. .1. OI!AliA:\l, rfr:e.  COUBT KT. BEG3:E  ���������t>"V J. O. f., ITo. tUfii.  We Pig-are  m  irlS    1$.  "W  ji. ISIS   w aa������^  'Hie   more  people   know  about   the   drug   business  the- more careful  they will  be   in   buvjng���������the .more1  trade we'will get.  That's die reason why  we're always glad to 'have  you come in and look  around., Another is that  we are 'proud oT'our store  and goods and ' like to'  'show them off.  An���������inspcction   of our  dg-  ' lightful   French   perfumes  and soaps, will "well repay  the most critical.  . THE    '  McDowell, Atkins, Watson. Co.  (Ijimiteci)   ^ ,    .  ... -���������'trbc H)UU0^r3fS- ---  fiEcCnrty's Block, Kovet3toI:o Slction, J3.G.'  Ci.   I-'   ('UHTIS,' Mem.  ���������fVT-k1*;"-  LOCAL -AND- PERSONAL BRIEFS  Roy Sinylhe (i-Hsni'd up hii. new  store, yesterday. '        ,.__���������___,  Miss Valentino, of Tlici'iison's  Jjiiiiflinq,' is in lowu.  Tho sir. (Lytton vwent down llio  Ihe river tliis morning,  IFIial ;i dis]'il,-i\' of Indies blouse.'' and  belts ut Coursini's! ' o   .  a\v. und JMr.s. J.as. Kennedy arrived ftoiii nieeillowael yestoiday.  Gents' second hand liievclo iiw sale  ill R. Ilowson A Cti.'s. '   o  Seti the nutieo of rlissohition if  inn tnorshiji of  Lund A- Dufaull.  (1. D: J loiii1 st.-u Is out   .Monday   f. r i  \V atones, Uioe&s  l!(.;i.iiri!i|4 ii Spd i.ittj.  C.iMt. Wiirt li Iiu,-,ui.ior. Itc. ol-tol.o, I), ('.  C!TY  BAKERY.  Bread and Confectionery.  Free'Delivery Every Day.  McOAG-US BROS.  <&. Brick" Work.  All work (lone in a neat and  wnrkiii.-iiilii'i-'manner, and iiy  i'X|njrienci,d mechanics only.  j Only lirsiielas;- nialei'ial iwil.  list iiniitcfi nt. shortest, not ire.  B. 0. Fpomey,"  llcvolsiokc, B.C.  ���������. _������������������__ j���������.���������. ;   Plasterer,  (fy,. C* Vis O.T-'5 C* 1  WF *3 Q! ClTI;  Lime  For Sale������������������^*aSSL-  i L  RcvelstoZ-o, I!. C.  M.W.\Fp8wing-& Sons.;  Plain and Oriianiciil.il  Plastering*,'   '  Stone 'and -Brick  ��������� "Work/   ' '  Second JSl., Jiasl Engli.sli Churfh,  JiliVJiLSTOKIi, - ' ���������  li. 0/  The Quaker Bath Cabinet  Qhasv 3: Am'ari,-  Solo Afjroiil thiDiiKlioiil TCoolumiy''  ,l\i;- Llie Kniioiis ,  '.J:.R.HULL&'CO.  fm'W/1  *   > -' / y~  ill!!1'1  J-L1 I In,  ! m 11 fW  ���������IJLLUJilK  Majck veruusi-iLi-' as comfortable  as possible and enjoy life. You  can do this by selecting from our  large stock of complete  ���������HOUSE FURNISHINGS-  '   ���������LUXURY-  Handsome catalogue containing  nearly 500 illustrations mailed  free on application.  V/EILER' BROS.  VICTORIA, 'H. C.  9   ' (EstabHshcrt 1SGS!.)  ���������Largest stock west of Toronto.  STX153"   J3Jk.N-  apanese ��������� uoods - a  cllN   &  TAMURA,  - 72 Cordova Street,  VANCOUVER,0   B. C.  Over 6,000 Different Articles.^?-  Novelties =  ^13  ):  Veiling's, Gapes and Dress Goods.  All New,  Just Opened up at'  . OOURSIER'S.  ank of Canada  P.O. Box 150.���������Mail Orders promptly attended to.  T. J,. 11AJG.  W. F..CJIAGIK.  HAIG '& GRAGH  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  ���������Notaries'Public.Mining and   Real Kstate Brokers and general  ' Commission Af/cnf-;.      'Fire. Life 'and 'Accident Insurance.  G'      '  RoiiivsonUtpivr-- of \\v>. Koiilon.iy SiiKjltin.^ ;md Trndinj.' SvurJiciK;. .    ..  r   Agents ior licvcslsidke and Tumi Li'tkft City lowiisitf.s  KOPAKS ''AND .-KODAK    SUPPLIES  Films, Plates. Priming Papers, Chemicals and  Photo materials  1  1 ������ ' '  of all kinds, '  Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.  ,   Rest       -      -  ,    $1,200,000.  HEAD OFFICE,    -,   -    -    TORONTO.  ' H. S. HOWLAND, President. ''    T. R. MERRITT,  Vice-President.  D. R. WILKIE, General Man.iger. '    .   '   '  A general banking business transacted.--"Letters of credit issued,  available in all parts of the world.---Gold dust and amalgam  purchased.���������Savings    Department,     Interest    allowed    at  current rale. ��������� ' .',,'���������'  A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch.  vvt  Films ili'vi'liipcil nnil Print s'mud.. in ,-uiy slyle,    .M.iil urdi-r-s p-omplly .-illciKlcd In."  BAILEY'BBpS.   CO.,   LTD:,'   Phcto   ScoclC'^DenJor-o   ���������  Wholesale aud Retail BOOKSELLERS andSTA TIONERS  <> ���������      VANCO'JVEr?   And,   KAMLOOPS.    B.C.'   s  _���������_���������. . "  _    . - ' *     iy,   ."**   1^~- ' ' -   -���������   ��������� ,   (  .!. i;. NV. JIACbWlil.ATCK. Ueni-r.il M.iii.ii'i"..     ,1'JliN.O. N01MIU11, U.M., Supt. Jlinliiu l)(;]il.  -,    '     ������������������ .1. Vi'. CAJMPipi':, Swi'Cl.ir.v-Tiv.i-.invi- ���������       '  LlTr r   I,  J>   I  9  ies, ���������  Dry Goods, ���������,   v  Men's Furnishings,  , 1       1 "  Hardware.   '    ' -  WE - -HAVE". =������������������ IT!. - IN - STOCK.  Wholesale , and'  Retail  BTJTOHEBS.  Purveyors'of High-class Meats -j  REVSLSTCKE3, B.C. ^  All.orders in i.nr lino ������ ill bo  prnmril ly  ,-it loiiilcl 10.  0'     P       BOOM    WffqiDEfQ'   fW/iPAMV      I TiPS "-    The finest stock of 'goods-Jn all the above lines in'this section./  'fJofipp"'   vi-iMiirP'^ '."'ilniTMi^fiiK-;   Pp.'IfipmsiVp.t'C  ���������Jfijilbl lii.    1 (JUilUl.i 0;    uilij:!! J-..1 C5j    jl. o-iJl'l'U!.liV.i.'; Oj . 0  ^iami fnct livers  ' ol     ,  g      anil   ,Pui  = - {*.  ~i.  ^^&^?S^^|S'l Al;u-liim,,''v-  (.i. v: jiniir siaiLs (Hit,   .u()iina\    i. r , , ^^    -     ,^ _^>       -^ -  Uiol.ilk     Ho will n.ko in Ti.iui  L./.e; C ^ \ \    \.\T^ \  /vml 1'ish croek. c -     , ? ^ jj ff     < A      3  ������    "^ i ;  J.'weloH   Lolls   aro   tlio   lutrst.   '   A ' ^^ *���������������   faBBS" ^^    ^=^ B ,  lai^oassnitn.oni .a C.mMor's.       o    i l'rcsh and iicv;.       Direct from  Tlio dollies juool.ii'ii the in.-ui. (im.d  plotlics aic iiocossiir^v in ������oi)d snoioiy,  yen IX. S.  jriNon.rllin tailor. <>  (���������rower-*. v ���������   >  Wo'  o.M-ry   llio   i.viifi'Sl   .lss.h tinoril  if  -ir  ,. . ,, ... TI j.ii'deii <ii:prls in tile pr o\ itrof. ' ���������������������������.,..  .lur. JJiiiinoj.s up riiini -Nelson.      Jl.-' , ' \t o -y\ pnTiVQy"  . nuK'luinip.'c-sed   M-irl,   lhe   splendid    ^ nJe  t,.r our   rilirsrr.uivl   Cr,!..-.o.      V   dflOOUVuI  condition (it  tlie  -JSelson    (ire   dona.it- _    Tliere is a. nmvenieiil nil   foot   tn es  taiilish ii lnenl liriinch of. the C-m.-.diar.         irheoliiians' as-sociaiion,     It   is   much ' '      ,   -   . __���������--cs.  'ne^dod, , l J-  Kernagnaii'-^^^  Am,m's siida   loimuiii)   is   .iif.iiii   in  full swim:.     Leiudii, sviMw'oeny.   pine- nnt/i .*.i..i w^rk-iio-i  ripple, Viiuill.i iirr'l orange  ll.ivoriiig ex- , ^    (ij-i.-.-tu < ���������fi iv>'".~<-  tl/iL-t,-:.    All'diink*. well iood. n REVELSTOK  VAXCOCV33R,   B. C.  Contractor and Builder.  REVELSTOKE^^cas^  . I ?0'  XT-ras-y-pinrac-i  W i  s t&^uEVj.^������  Geo. Lenilike cut a -slice off his ii.irn  1   .   I'l.Uls.    -���������VLit-''.'  :>.  ������...���������  \T"\    \ -I'  .l.'li',*    ..'." 11 "I  , _ ippln-.ifluli.  while  wnrA'in-i   al   the   Hume   1' riuay. ! tjk. uiv.>-,- ^ir.cu ���������/ th'ii<.-.\ ��������������� in.iu^-. in.u'n  tiiriniw,    imriM'r.'r-,    i.-'  -Wi---     Vri-ii  i'ric'1  ." I'-riiii,',  ^.m.il'   >nn   in-il.'   'ilu-n i-  ,i".. - , i ���������,    MP  ��������� I'   Vi i.    !.'    -il.'.   '-.'I   1"  otrii'ii.'.l   li.:, i-    r."  *:   ',i'**'i   iii,-.-ri'  ',  V.iiu ..nvi v.   A'^ijii" n f,'ii."'!-r .��������������� '��������� "I Uif  ,.').,% " I.i,'!' V:.\\ ���������.11 '.,' i O'l- l'! ll'-T i ll' 11 O". I  .lltiiv-l liV���������-'till,." hi"  ir .i ���������-.  fiissoliilion of Partnership.  with ii pliiiie.  Cli'iiee '"seluciioris of [ihntos l.itd\  Uikuii mi iie* ni tlie JA-i.'ny.ell-Ai-  kins-li'.usnn Co.. J/i-Cart,y'.-i liln.-k,  H.-'-.i'l-i-'ke St.u.iijii. , I''  A. 11.  H.   lle.uri.   iJi.uiiiLror  nt    ilir-  finpci in! iiaiik   hole.   retuin"d   y-i.-i-  l|,i\  t'rom a   visit   in   S|"i!in.ui,    \\'.i-ii      \-os'try.   r-   TfKl'! '!V   r.tv'i'v.'   ili.n   tli  Hi" thnii"lit it .i   Cn>"   oltv   Win    r-ilh. r     .\    i.mni"^i..'i li> v !'.!���������-���������   i *'-'��������� ������'.-."i.  ~ , ��������� (tll-l   l.iill.'l ,11 il   ]'��������� li'l     I'lll I'I I,    'lil.'.^'    li .-ll.'  irujet. oxi-ept mr   v..-ii   ni'.v-.    ]i|st,nou,    _lt ,.;,, ������������������\;,1!l,,, |.,,  ,.���������,,^.      n.,-.!.'.;.     -win  1    ,, .ii , .li*- llisi' i nn   ".  :.t.i"l .V li.il i ���������!'   ii.i-'In    i.i-  Jlavt- \iiil i-C-i ii lie- !,i !'���������.'(���������   iis,.rii til.i nt,    ,|(   .,,!,.. ���������  ,,; ',! ,���������.,i,, ,',.,..-. ���������������������������      i..; 1,1,1,1  ,.i   l,u!i.-s'ji -Ai-ii('i L-Its at Com s-.i-i sf r.    ';';'���������'',"���������''."'I',,";,',IV,,-'." !'",,���������' , ''",A\'A'!,'', ';  Have    vnlj     icilliod 'ol'  il.o   Qu.il.ol      >     is..- - >ii J..��������� iiu.r  |5;ith   CiIm!!'-'..'      (-'.ill   'ind   -oc   ii    at  Anr.irr's s!nre.      Tim   i.'-o-t    ..oiim-IiH-hI    ^'nsi-.-/--   .(, V  1,'  ,in(J    lieiit-fi'-i.d     v.'pni    or hoi  Air 1mi|i  ever usi-d,     Prii r- r;7 Cni.i[ih'i''. "  Thd   hiini]    tint    .)������,!i.i-   I'lirik-.v.ilr-    '  ,' All .kinds of iron- and sheet mel  n V (  -   ' .work.   Mining' work and tools  Pi/DS fitting and roofing'.' -    -  ASEKT'FOR 8AIN W.^SGHS, BUGGIES, ������10���������-r~   ROBERT GORDON,  Revelstoke   Station, B. 0.  , I f.l"l    1,1   Ml  '       I',   ,'it   I    \l   ' 'I  thai  t ho i, ud'-.-ui i. oil"   or    ���������;:<���������   n, ������������������;  fin niisii. j of  f>i id ii   Ci.iiiinl'-f -   ii,i'i  ,d disti ids.    The mill.    -\ Ir:' h   Ma-  ���������  , , ���������-.nii������i-iiiii������. ������������������������������������       -iiii������.         '������������������-  put on the loafls in f'o^oi  up in.-  I-'.-k.-    ;.,,,.,,.,,,     ,,t ,.',!),(-00    fi-i-i   of    ii.inhrr  was i.i.iv.i,    ,���������������..���������������    Wcinis.l.v    ,it!.-i     ,,.;,,.,;;,,,;,,,;,..,.,   , .,,..,-i..'   r'w'l ;,,.,-.  ������������������niiK* o|  I |:c tiii ! -  jioon and ov(-:iiii  were hlow n .iw *.y. too. %  Thoro i-i a  lull    in    ."'-1 r.    'i'-'fl ,!  .nil! i).is|iic-i oi   ill !ti,o������ e   j-ooij      i.'i,'-  ,    : [>''" I'  li    Li.   oui    i'ii���������   -''i-o,  ppespeeiops ami Travellers   Uail and See  GJhiO.T.^JbWMAJNS.  Well   assorted  stock  of   Miners  Supplies,   jfrevisions,  Sur-  * * '   m thing's Sec.  an.I r i 11  '���������! i !���������  opm-iL hnusi; hiiildini,' ihi- >*(���������'���������!���������.      '* i. 1 ���������    ,,:,,,      t,,   ('���������.��������� tr inn ���������-,    is    fiillid'i,  in-  f.iinili.ii1   \. 1111   it-   po---.il.r.lii ii"  is a pily ri-*  'i"   njiei.i   !i'ms-(i   :-   ^nni'1 hiu'lr opinion of ii    ho,.i   hv   lii.n  ihin;' M-ry   rriueir   iiceil"d.      .Mi,   T-ip  piii������ will i-suiiio op'-i.ition   -ii,;)   it   e \ ii'ii'i i,i tun  linpi'U. |        ,;... f. | |,(. ,-|,)|..; to!   ho'    ><i,''In"'   .'i i  The Usual    -eiviff.,   v ill    h'    li'-ld  in , .|I|S|      tho-.-    iiml-,    po-Icci       li'M.  jSt,   l'f'Ii'l   s    (.hlildl     loliioili.vv            '���������'"!>' I  V,.,- h'lhle ci'"ll  sl;;i '  ,   il   ('   '!,  ,i" ,   -        '  CMiIMlll'.lliloii   ,.l   S ,1  Iii , liininiilL'    f'.'.iVOI J,   \V.  Thou,soil.   !'o',,.del     or       I !i(.m  ���������ind lil.ui'.  i'i    1!;   <'*ei,ii.'/   ,.. ivcr    '!,v,,,,-, [���������,,���������!, ���������,,_ v.,,, ,.,   ,,,-,,,   ;,���������.. ,] u     M  7.:'.0.     Tlniisd.iv  nf'M  h"ii^ As. o!.si'.,ii (i).    ,UM    |;;;   u(,.k         .,,     l,,   w��������� ^     i  J),iy, holy ������������������oiiiiiiiinio-. .il   -i'i:i,           ' ' ,���������,|,1, siiip-.'.-d in -,. i-   ll," pio.;ic ,. the  J. A.  .Mit/.-o, cue of tin-   piojw ielm s ton ., li i ��������� n, .de ,n Hi-     -��������� -' i    p.-I     hut  t.i   the    Hold    i.,'i..eiti    ..I    f .ii ,-jih-:, s.iv ���������    Tilllll,-,M||,.     I,  'dm.;    i-    a    '.".od  {lie lisiii',' invui   "!    .'.im"-    !.d..'.   l- ai. '.('.ond.  '    ll<-    lip,,,-    .Im.   _    look,,,-     I  l]���������, (), |,.,,(-, 1.      .Mi      M.i'^'i     is tin-  in-ill well  fnl   lli>  'lo.li n t   'iiids.i,,   I      D.iun  ;,,,(,,    ,,(���������     (|1(.    I'lMiinn    I  ..    <'>>. J in-,' ������������������t.i i rod  Monday   i-nniini^   lopui.i  'Xb if'i<i J;i 'ei.i'iiii^i'o-i'ie" iii;  hi:;   h'-ljef mad up llio (ni.st   yiflc jnf    I'isii ��������� creek,,j!;'  Full Line  of Boots  ^,hl'. Shoes alv/ays  on  hand.  APwQWHFAO   B O  Sfe'pohaiil. Tailor, (Jioliiiei1 'and Genera! Ouifitter,!  . ' r f ' i  Xx  Klonkike  Outfitters.   ,  .,���������. ^.4.^4.'^.^.���������._ __* "  leLeDiiap., Meely & Co. Limited,-  Vancouver, B. 0.  V/e have, an immense, sloelc of lniners' and prospectors' supplies, pick's,  shovels, yolfl pans, pack sirups and saddles, dog harness and sleighs,  tents, river   bonis,   slcel   sieve.1*,   utensils, .snow  shoes, rilles, elc., etc.  Write us for lilhographed map  (���������onlairiini'- full   infnniiiitinii.    Goods bought in  ' "   .      Vanunirver f-o into Klondike free.   .If bought <iii   the United  States  will  be taxed .'30 per cent. duly.  (LIMITED.)  Capital, $1,500,000. Head Offices, Toronto, Ont.  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  Hoists, Pumps; I'lowers, Fans, lilastiiiif Apparatus, Dynamos for Liu-htin,"- and  Power, Motors for all Purposes.  IClcclrical transmission of power successfully,operated up to 50  miles by 01..-THREE PHASE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.  ~~ VANCOUVER  NELSON  liiiiiuili Ollincs iii Iti'ilish Coliiinliiii  W.'H. VICKERS & CO.  Freight - and - Cartage - Agents,  Thomson's, Trout Lake and Ferguson.  The best equipped s tbles in the district.      S ddle  horses always ready.  REVIJLBTQKB STATION, B. G. j  ,ini(v    ,iiiiii."-,,   ()\ 1 ���������]'(���������( >,\.i\\r'���������'->.        < ioo.'I   slock   audi  .-.i)-||-,h in.ikc  Ordi'r ma<li-s aiid  rcfi'ly iri.uk'-  lais tiie g-oqds.  Wlicilesale dealers in  .-Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ���������\ofnts  for :the   Karn   Pianos, and   remember Karn is King-  A large stock of  Cleveland and Brantford  Bicycles.  1  |Office, Cowan Block, , . .- . Revelstoke.

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