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 9r^nX*?<77r7   U������*eV|  0"SSZD^.3T  .A-ISTX)   ^,KXID^L.-y.  Vol.  .wo.  KEVELSTOKE. R G, MAY 39, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  ������*-.  TO WEP  i'F3viDei8i mm  '(4  ,--_ Wc, arc   giving  away''all   kinds   of- Dress Goods.  ������s������ SIl]r.t ,Waists' Silks,   Satins, Hosiery, Men's   and   Boys'  ���������*   Clothing, Mats, Caps,'Carpets, Oilcloths,, etc., etc."  ^        , All wc ask in return,, is enough ��������� money .to-make vou" T  *   feel that you haven't got ahead -of us, and we - guarantee cf  i  you will be satisfied.    So will we.    , ' ^  MCKENZIE AVENUE, 'REVELSTOKE, B.C.  - q$Q$q$q$iqfcqp$pqp^i ^^^(^^^^^^^ cfy<$fyqpcfa$^^cjptfp  ���������'.Just Tell'Ttoin ihi You Saw* and They Will Know tbe Best"  With. One of, Wilson's Suits on, made up tlie Very Best. -.   '.  Scotch Tweeds, Irish Tweeds and. Worsteds of the Very. Best Around,  -And-inore than that .Well Tell You, Your Cloths are Made in Town.  TB  .e'  "P71  ict-ir  Ji  M  '-HEAD". OFFICE  '* i  '     ���������       Wat  I n corpora ted by acl of Par liamen L 1855.  >$���������  MONTREAL  Molson Macphersc'w, Pfes. '   S.fH. Ewixg, Vice-Pres.  F. W OLi'KRSTAN Thomas, General Manager  PAID UP,CAPITA!  'RESERVED   ���������"���������-     ."���������*���������'-'  gonera.1 banking business li'iuibactcl.  J. D. MOLSOC Manager,     ',  '" ^"      , , - ,     $5,000,000,  - r";   -���������������������������>- *        -I',5007000  Iulcrcbt, allowed on deposits at current rates.     , '  ���������--'/<    REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  H   t A        f,   t li u  d  l l������ZS  ft*      ������J    *1    ?!CI       L*vS l������  mostly ur- Wto  Trif; following, ,*m received, froin nil  constituencies, except, Cassi.-ir ,-ind  Cai ilioo, .Richmond, - Slocan - and East  .Yale, where the presumable nominees  are recorded, id the full list of the  nominations:  ��������� Albpi-ni���������J. ILedford, government;  A. \V. Npill, provincial par fey; J.,B.  Tlioinsun, independent.    ft    k  Comox-^Jn'?epIi A. ,McPhee, govern-'  incut; J3 A Mnuncp,'Turnerite/      -  Cowii-han--W Ford, government;  C II Dickie, independent. <  , Oarribfio (2)���������Major-General. ' Kin-  chant (presumable), _. Jones (presumable),,provincial party ; J Hiintpr (presumable), S 'A Rogers'*'(presumable);  Wilsonidii. '  ��������� Cassiat- (2)--U> W D Clifford, Captain"  Irving, Turnerite. ��������� ,=**=���������  Chilliwack���������Charles W Mnnro, gov-  pi-nnient: Gporge R Aehwell,'Wilson-  ian ; A S Vedder, Indeppndent'.  Delta���������John Olivpr, govei-niuen(-;  Thomas Forstcr, piovincuil party; J  W Berry, Wilsonia'n. ,  > '  ^Dewdney���������Charled  Whetliam, , government ; R McBride; iWilsonian.' ��������� , '  Esquimalt;' Fra'spr, - Bigansto'n,  government; C E Pooley, Turnerite;  ,D W Higgins, ��������� Hayward, independent. '    ���������  .' Kootenay, North. East���������F Burnett,  governnient;'FP Armstrong, "Wilson-  ian ; W C Wells'; independent.  ' ^ Kootenay; South East���������E C Smith,  'government; "J R Costigan, conbei'va-  tive; WFernie, independent.       --  Kootenay" West, ' , Nelson,��������� John  Houston, piovincial party : F Fletcher,  conservative; G A',B Hall,1 independent. ,   "  - Kootcnay,    lRevelstoke^T   Taylor,,  conservative;" A(McRae, -independent!'  Kootenay, Rossland���������Smith   Curtis,  govei-ninent; C H Mackintosh, conservative. '   . .    '   '  Kootenay, Slocan���������G Kane,  govern-'  rnenl ; R F Green, provincial party;" T  Keen, r-on.-ervat^vi'. -    '  NanaiinoiCity���������J St unit- Yates, gov-,  eminent; Gilheit j\[cKiniipII,' conservative; I?alph Smith, independeriL  labor.  Nanainio, Not tii���������J Bryd.'-n, Turnerite: W \VB .Me.1 nnes, independent;  J Dixon, independent, labor.  Nanainio,  South���������J  Dunsiriiiir, Turnerite; JRndclifie, independent labor.  ' Lillooet, Wast���������RT Graham', govern-'  ment; J D Prentice, independent.  -Lillooet,   West��������� Alex Lochore, gov-,  eminent; A' W  Smith. R B Skinner,  independent.    ,', '     ,,     '  Richmond���������D Rowan, government;  Thomas   Kidd,   provincial  party;   M.  Wilkinson, Wilsonia'n.  ��������� '  Vancouver City (A)���������Joseph Mat tin,  James McQueen,-'R Mac-phcrson, II B  'Gilmonr, government;FCarter'.Cotton,  provincial party;  Chail'es Wilson, JF  Garden,  ^V- II   Wootl,  R 'G  Tatlow,  Wilsonian ; Joseph Dixon, F Williams,  Independent labor;  William  McLaiii,'  .soeialisL labor.      , '  , ,Npw Westminster--.J 0 Brown, government. ; R L Reid, Wilsonian. '  Victoria City (j)���������Joseph Martin,'J j*  ,Yates, J G Brown, Aid'Beckwith,  government; J H Tinner, H D'dlelm-  cken/AE McPhillips, AAV Hall, Turnerite.    ,  Victoria, North���������John P Booth, Turnerite ;���������'White, independent.  t Victoria,   South���������  ��������� Sa'ugster, gov*  ernment; D,M Eberts, Turnerite."  ���������Yale, East���������- _7- Snbdrass, gnvnrn-  'ment; ��������� Raymer. provincial party;  Price Ellison, Tiinieritii./  ' ^  Yale,  North���������A J,,', Palmer,  government ;'F  J   Deane;  piov'iuciar"pa������ly;  F J Fulton, independent.  ..Yale,, West���������G   W Beebe, "government; Denis Muiphy. indepetideiit,,  ,'-  flBepal Fi'eneli  In Johannesburg.  ' trfiieuial to lhu Maii���������) ���������     ������  Lo.vDox,   May 28.���������It is ' reportod  to day that  General French has entered .Johannesburg, but 'this- could.not  he confirmed.    Lord Roberts reported  that  ,lie ' himself   was    within   seven  miles of Johannesburg.      The' enemy  are   abandoning   the 'positions , which  they   had   prepared, as   he  advanced.'  The Boers   jiiht, got  out of  Klip river,  .station frith 5 guns  on   a train as the  Australians dashed in.     Lord Roberts  also reports' that   General French'hn#I  General Hamilton   have been fightin������ '  all day ien   miles to' his left but with  what   result   -is, not, 'known. (i  The, -  farmers are  aud lioi-hp-s.  surrendering ,thei:  arms  Denied a landing,  Rifle ..Shooting.  v-  Gentlemen.���������In seeking the suffrages of  the electors of this  Riclino-, I  v/ish  to briefly'  1-      i, o ������  state my position which I will define as one of  perfect independence."  My first and special care, should 'vou  honor me with election, will be the interests of  this Riding, which will' always' and at all times  receive^ lyy first and best attention.  I    believe,    in    the   main,    the   platform  'promulgated   by   the   Government  is the most -  .progressive which lias been placed before the  electorate, and  legislation along  its  lines   will  receive my support, 'as   will   also   anv   lecrisia-  , _ o  tion" for  the  amelioration   of  the condition of  labor in this Province.  Regarding   Asiatic  immigration   I  am  in  uncompromising opposition to   it and will assist  in   every legitimate way to stem its tide and  '.discourage its competition with white labor.  I have the honor to remain,  Gentlemen,'  Your obedient servant,  ALEX. McRAE.  Revelstoke, May 26, 1900.  (1  A large "range of ready made  summer suite's just opened up  twelve patterns to choose from,  all the--latest, well made ' and  neatly finished. Drop inland  compare' prices before buyinc  elsewhere. .   *  f.'i  se  -II   th  e  celebrated  Shoe,    no  that   we  Coote   Prospector  other will give the comfort uikI  satisfaction, this we know from  long experience.  Special Attention giyen to  .Prospectors Supplies.  Remember   the   Place:  The following, are the scores made  by the members of Nd. 5 Company of  the .Rocky Mountain Rilles in their  first and second practices of the sea-'  son ; distance 200 yards, highest possi  ble score 28 :  'Saturday, May 19th���������  Private E. Waterson  T. Carey     ' " .  "       Geo. Beavo  o "      J". D. McLennan  E, A. Kettleson  D. Ford   ,  Corporal J. E. McLean  Ser'gt. J. Ringer  Captain T. E. L. Taylor  Corp. W. Q. Birney  Private L. A. FretV;  "      J. E. Taylor      ���������  "      K. Dodd"     ' ''-  R. A. Skene  W. G. Jahu     ' .  Corp. R. Gordon  Private R. M. Smythtj  "      S. Lawrence  -   " ���������     L. Jehu  Col.-Sergt. J. 0. Men-iit  Private T. D. Picard'  "       J. Savage  ���������Sergt'. K: 1). Johnson  .    Private J. Tweeddale  ���������). (Jtilhi'tt.  W. Smvihe  "       E. W.-I5. Pa uot  '     "       ������. Temple   '  ..    "       U. Miner  JSalui'ilav, Alay lililh ���������-  J'lixalf! L A. Fieiz.,  r. d. L'icu'.i  Capt.  T. E. L. Taylor  Private W. Snivth"e  it  IS  IS  IS  IS  IS  17  17  17  17  1G  1G  1G  1G  15  15  l-t  l-t  13  12  11  IL  11  10  10  9  i  0  ���������>  21  21  20  J. 1). McLennan   IS  it  FRONT   STREET,  REYELSTOKE.  Sergt,  K. D, Johnson     (  IS  Private R. A. Skene      ,' 18  "      E. W. U. p!lget    17  "       R. M. ferny tho       1G  T. Carey 16  K. .Dodd lo  Corp. J. E. McLean 10  Private W. Havngo i-1-  "      J. BrTavlor 12  B. Temple 10  "      0. Nori-is        ���������       9  C. Mooro 9  Corp. W. G. Birney S  Sergt. J. A. Ringer S  Private J. Outhett               4  "       Geo. Beavo 2  Tho   rifle  company   will   parade to  church un Sunday ne^t, June 2nd.  New York, May 27.���������James Fit/.pat-  rick, alias "Skin the Goat," and Joseph  Mullet, the two surviving members of  the Irish Invincibles who were recently  released from ptison in Treland,' whete  thev1 were sentenced for complicity in  the Phoenix   Park   murders   of  ]8S2,  were to-day ordered  excluded' by' ihy'  Board of Special iiKjuny at the immigration station and ordered deported.  .   The" expulsion .was made under the ���������  intterpretation of the law which forbids *  .any. ony.being admitted to this, country  ���������  ������Ui������ Kiis  been   adjudged   guifty'-oif-Ii ^  "felony,   crime, - infamous crimes,   or-  misdemeanor   involving " moral turpitude."   The   two   men   were recently ���������,  pardoned by Earl Cadogan,. lord lieutenant of Ireland, from sentem-eof life.  imprisonment, and leached this city on  the LiK-ania on Saturday. " ,  The two men  were taken   before a  special board on Ellis Island this morning.  The inquisition was secu-t.  After  .Ihe.meetingof the hoard it was learned  thatFitzpatrick  was the'first of the  two to be examined by the board.'   lie  admitted-  he   had   served   17   -years.*���������  When asked for what crime he had  .;  been convicted, he answered "Treason."   ���������  lie was then   questioned   as   to   this   ''  charge und he. told the board  he" had  been arrested  nine mouths after the  famous Phoenix Park murders in company with 23 others, he being seutenced  to penal servitude for life.    While telling his story to the board Fitzpatrick  dechited"thai at the time of his trial  he was offered ������10,000 hy, the English   '  Government if he would turn informer  against the other mem her--of the band.  This he refiijed to do.   Fitzpatricksaid  that he. and Mullet had about $2o0 between them  when  they reached  thiti  -  port.   Fit/.patrick   .-.aid:   "J   came   to '  this country to have a rest and recuperate, (hen go back to my family."  .Mullet indignantly refused to answer  any question.-, put lo him by the board.  The men wire then M.-nl to the "excluded pen."' Tin: t-a-tir will probably be  appealed lu lhu tmlhorilioo at Wellington and if not F-il/.-'iilrick ami Mullet will leave this pint on Saturday on  tho Lucania.  Increased Salary.  The railway postal mail ulerks in  British Columbia are quite elated over  the fact that th<-ir salaries ,-riv to be  increased by $10 pet-mouth; that is  they are. lo receive, the provisional  allowance which it was believed ihev  would receive some time ayo. Hon.  Mr. Mulock has at last realized,  through th" pets-ihtent reiirese.utatiou.-.  of Messrs, Maxwell and MoiriMiri, that  living in Briton Columbia is much  more costly than it is in the east;  hence the concession referred to. It is  one which we feel sure willbe appreciated by every employee ot the government in connection with this  service, and that their thanks will be  duly tendered to Messrs. Maxwell and  Morrison for the interest they have  displayed in this matter,'wu fiave nn  Moubt.���������Vunc-uuvL'r World.  7%%' $'*sVYi1 r"~'X r,--<-������  vvrrivz THE KOOTENAY MAIL
���Ube 1kootenai2 /Iftail
pujbijIsiikd semi-weekly;
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Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum
,   cation.
orr   appli-
JCB PRINTING of every kind at ino.it reason
able rules and shortcut notice. '
ACCOUNTS for job  printing  or advertising
���   payable on llie Iirst, of every month.  J
COHllKf-TO'.s'ilUN'CK on nil matters of local
0'- public intere-i, invilt-il and carefully con-
sid-*r< il. All conriiiuiiicitioiis to tho iKrtitor
nir. ,|, lM.-nui;oii*ijiaiiicd by tbe name of tb*"
write:*, not, noc&v.'ir-ily for ���piiblie:itiou. ' j-
us an evidence of food faith. ' oU'j
The Kootexay-"0., ,,r
 '. : }l��' vc-lstoke, B.C.
. .MAY 29.  lf.t)').
��:. Miiiiieipai 'Oonasil
/ The ciiy council observed i^iiipiio
I)ayla-,t wee!: and the regulai meeting
was held Sa'tiuday evening;
Then-   ,vu-re   piesent M.-iyor Smith;
Aid. Abrah.-iuisou, Gordon,  Kilpatriek
, and Newman.
'     The minutes of  last  meeting   weie
read and adopted.
An application foi fnreinanship of
public- works was received from 11. J.
Ilopgood.    Filed.
W. Fleming resigned his position as
city pound-keeper. y '
Unlit.  Snni.-ou  applied   for office of
pound-keeper Tor the city.    Oily  clerk
instructed   toj advertise    for    pound-
' keeper. '       '
W. Cowan wrote on behalf of the
- Revelstoke. Trout, Lake and Big Bend
Telephone Co., Limited, in reply to
request of council that placing of poles
be delayed; saying that his company
had made a survey and plan 'of proposed woik in, compliance with tho
city by-law, and regretting request
that work be delayed.
F. Mc-Gowan wrote ir- payment of
refund to citv of money advanced for
nur-ing whi!<* '.id*.
Tin- W''sl .Kootcnay Power &   Light.
'Co.. Limit"*!, wiote ofi'i-riim' to  supply
an' 3 n^iiK'i'i* ' lo   make   a , rirpor-6   and
'est-'uialc   the   valuation   of   tho   local
vele*Jtric: light,,powei   and   w.-ttei^ plant
for .$-V> per day and al!'expenses.
IL Peiry Leake, made an offer to
inspect the plan!, of Icevelsloke Water
Liu'ht fr Power Co. for $230.
P.P.. Peler.-'on tendered   resignation
as alderniati lor,\\ard o  to   take,  effect
i      -        '
at once.
Moved by Ah!. Kilpatriek. seconded
by .W.ivos'Smith, lhat too reMumrtioh"
of Win. Fli'iiiir.g as pound-keeper be
accepted.    O irri*-*'*!
Moved by A.M. f-vilp,n.* ic-k seconded
by A'ul. Kewni.in lint thi-* council a^k
Ool. Tiac-y. city engitiet r, of Y.-in-
, c-ouvcr, B. (_'., to come to Revi-l-toke
and examine and rejiort on the durability, valip-and efficiencv of the Revelstoke Write,-,, Light, ic power- Co.'s
nroperty, and that the city mime;'] of
Vapcouvc-r be a-ki-d to gi.-ini   J--.*i\-.> of
revival of the keenest interest.
E. B. F. Johnsan, crown prose cutor,
delivered a powerful address to the
jury.^ He pointed out that it Wiis an
attack on the country, not bv the individual.    He said:
!'To-day the attack is on a"canal: tomorrow it may be en railv ,a'v bridges
next day on the house o' / parliament,'
1 know not whether thj- d criuje is a!1
outcome of a plot of th ,e "cian-^a-Gael
or any other secret <-/��� /deLy or club) nor
do I care, as far as *'the purposes 0f this
case are ooii<-_0I.ne(j. One thing is certain, and. tjjal is jt  W;JS n()t fjue to p,,-,
v;Ue '.iiotives. neic'ner was it ,due to
1P \enge or personal spite, but, we can
sav tliatdhe hand which touched the
.fuse at the lock was a hand traitorous
to the state. That hand struck a blow
at this country, and not at the Welland
canal alone."
Chancellor Doycl charged briefly,
and the jury wiis Out half an hour.
. Chancellor.iloyd delivered s'-titencci
immediafjiy, ('welling on the' horrible
nature, of the , crime, and , reni-irkii'.'.:
that Nolan and Wrdi-.li might, lia\o
undertaken tlie deed for money,'but in
the case Dullman appjroutly there was
no motive but", hate., He then sen
tenced the prisoners to imprisonment
for life.    '
Tho prisoners . listened stolidly, tt^
fused to, plead' for mercy, and were'
taken back to their cells, -
Polling Places!       ���   .
The follo,winsr are the polling places
in this riding at, the coming election :
Government office, Revelstoke; Government' office. Trout {Lake; Government'office, Nakusp; Government
office", Coniaplix; Thomson's" Lauding :
Burton Citv; Halcyon Hot Springs;
<Fit-e Valley": Illecillewaet; Albert Canyon ; French Creek, Big Bend ; Smith
Creek, Big Bend ; Boyd's Ranch :
Carnes Creek; Glacier; Ferguson ;
and Arrowhead.     ' ���
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Ji HATilVLK rtOOJIri.   I!cited by
"^^�� hot air and electric bcris and
light in every room. Free bus meets all
Xrjjlit Grill li'oorn in comioction for tlie
convenience of f?ue-it-> arriving nnd departing- by nijjhl u-iiii*-. ' Hourly ftrcct
car between hotel nnd htiiiion.
Iv. 1). .-   <���
,  PROP'S.
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Kov.-ly' lmih. Fir si-class
in every respect. All
nioileni con.venieiice.s.
L-irgn wijnpli? rocms'.    ]rire'
pi.oof   siifc.       l^fcc :bus
meets all trains.
Tenders for Licenses to Cut Timber on
'\ '  Dominion  Jt.ands in tho Province
, of British Columbia.
QKALMI) TJCNDKHS addressed to Uiennder-
k5 signed and iirarki'il on the cnvclono "Tender for .i Timber IJerlh." to be oyciieu on the
Ot h.I ul v next,,, will be received nt thi-i Department until noon on Monday, the ilth July, li-'IKl.
lor licenses to cut timber on the following
berths :���
- Tirnfaer Bsi-tli No. 237, in the' above IJroy-
incc.coiiipri-.Irii; ;5.3 mj. miles, to be ^elected' in
not more than 1.1 blocks within Lhe following
de.-cn'befl tr.iet:��� Fractional Town.-hip li),
Towiibhip '20 and S. -V Township '21, li.inge "i.
Kractional Town^hipi'18 and 10, Town-hi-j 20
nnd S. i- Township 21, Range 0", all west ot the
Cth -Meridien.
Timber Berth No. 23S. in the above LYoy-
iocc, comprising la ,sq. miles, to be -.elected in
not more than 7 blocks within the following
described tract:���Kraut ional Toivns-hipuis arid
Town��hip ill), Range 7. Sections, 1. 2, 'A, 1 and ,3,
Township 19, Range S, al-o Toiuiphi-p it>, It.iiigc
S, excluding therefrom the S.,K. \ Hoc. 2X Sec*
21. the S. \Y.\-\ Sec. '23, the AV. iSec. 2S. and
tho-.c iiortion.s'of Sections ;20 and 30 North of
ripallumchecn River.
Timbor Berth No. 230, in the above Province, comprising .'{���> s>*. mile-, to bo selected in
not more than 1,3 blocks within Llio folioi\ ins:
de-eribed tract :���Rounded on tbe North, East,
and South hy Lhe tihuswap Like, .-ind on the
AVe-t by the Canadian Pacilic l!.tilwa> line and
the Indian Reserve :xl Tapping Siding, e.-colud
ing ihci-ofoi-ni -*uch land-*, a.- are now under
licen-e or orhorwi.-e dispo-ed of. the kuiiic covering about 15 .-quare miles-.
Timber Eerxh No, 240. in the abovij Ih'oy-
ince. comprising 20 sq. mile--, to be --I'ioct.ed ia
not more than ~io blocks within the lollowiiir?
described tnici:���Tho-c pornon- North o;
Shuswap Like of Town-inn 2.J. U,itigo-D. iOaitcf"
11. AVot of the Wh Meridian, excluding therefrom Liie N. \Y. ', Sec. 20. S. U". ] Sec. -j!J and S.
K. ; Sec. ��(. Town-hip 2">. Ilnngc 10. nnd Sec. 'J..
rive E. \ .Sec; ". and all Si*c. *.'-'. ToiM'-'np '-'���*.
abspuce to   th'-ir tity  en-jiiiPfr   to do j Range ll. ,  ,
Timber Berth No. 2ii, in the above Province,  coinpn'-ing 1.3  -q. nnlc-. to be--elci.Led in
not   ;norc tiian'T  block- within the following
u���,.���i i,,.   - i.i     [.- j     t   ���   i ���    , I de.-cribed   tract:���Rounded on  r.ho  South  by
iUOveti !���} -in.:.   lvri|.;itr ;c.<   'ec-i>u<!��;d i jine between Town-hips 2.'! ,in_d 21,on the E.i-t
'\';'i7,y ;"t
l-.i rC'/:n~c Lo.-l'jo,'
;���;-.. o: b., iio. sc,
i'lrr-i -, ci-ijrv "iVodncs-
���L-v.i in (Md Ifellnw'!'
17,.,. I at, ii o'clock.
\ U ip ;.r mniifllli!!. iri-
.->-itcd. '   ���'
j. \\r. cross, :,r.P.,
" ,   o.o.
\y, v.* in so r,
,   *    ���     K. 01--R.&S.
er sfirne .managomenl:
0-<?-CK> 0<K><K)<^-<>0<HKH>0^><KK)<) -O^H> Q*
Newly Built.
Lighted by Electricity
s    ,   ^W '    -
11.  I.'Oi :J-U.'i-i    -
ANAi.il-l'.M!, C!li;,\T.-iT
a "Avni.
r-.j , l.on.!on.
������I v.. V.
Ro.ial fjoii.-rtii'i,
Se\ on ��� l'<!!.-, .it, Pi 'i-f i x'i o��*rs, 'S',vi-u-,ea.
&vun',L,'��.,;,j.^i',  "���'���in.:   Olw-riiist, to AVigan
Coal,ind li ,'il v.Sn!. 'iu ;. ��� .   '     '   .  ,,
. I.ilo riie'Y'iv ,  il l', .ye PJi'l "inc.*-, hid.
Evei-y'ilr-erii'tioii  i^.  ,i-.-a>,- iind  aualjticai
work irndcna'-'. u. <
Oiai'-i- e\ ��� -i -    ' ,'"���' .'~\"l '.1 :'i>o;i.
RKVKb-'!"1..". i.. '" -I
rAR'ViJY (<: r-'iNrA-rrwu
'���   jiA'iiHi-5:"'',''. o v���'-irony,'KJ'U.
6i.-iic-ks:    ?:-..-,.:..   P py,    ,:\.:i^:c,   Ri.vui.-
���  , s [������..:,, i.. c.
'Mmi; V i-i lo-"1.
Orliec=.-"Kev..-i "���:���, JI. <
Gi:o. S. IHv'C'-;:1   *-,
Rc\c---:o,c,,"{ ���'.
s r���
V; ***
Q  Best Brands of ��� x-
X      Wines, Liquors and
V  '   Cigars.,      .y
1 ' '' ' i '
J..A. Stone, Proprietor,
1*01-1, St cell-, li. O.
]- 'V/...yKO'-
'suit 1}RON Til ". .
OPlco: 'I i.'-!i' * !'
-j"3-^l <'A
\T( flit.
Rates, $i per day,
, 'Mv .*;.cn *ic -\veniij.
this work.    C'ari'ied: Aid. Abi.ih.-imson
excused fi-om voting.
by Aid. ^'r-nvuiiiu tilat, {be.C. P. R. rV
ik-qinvted t'o pinched with th'*- work of
'improving' th" road ,;t tiic we*t end o|
L-*ront s:.- <���* 't ;i- per Lhe offer contaiin-d
iu tileir jel!"i* ro in.* city .-olii-itor.���
C.il' ie.l.
Moved !iy Aid. K.I; i-.trlek. --ei-oudi'd , Towiishrjj 21. f{..ii*.-c' ll, .md rlioN. I '"-cc. ,W,"
by Aid. Ab:.ih.uu-;iiu, tl...LLhi'. pouiici! i T?w-UiM"p -������Jfrtl"*' '" 'l!1 VSVl <jl' "'��� '>'-u
do no-.*.- it'll-: b,!i-!. o, t h- oi il.'i* or (on,, j Timber Berth No, IJ3, m nn .bo-,, i1;.,-,
nilliik*.H ������(>.* -.     (',,i*iii"J. imr,  canpi': ���iiik' Jii ���((. nii:"-'.i- fi-lbm       S. >-
,.     .,,,.,,       ' tioii'-'O.;, > io. 17. iv. i-f, *.',,. .ii, >. '..ii. ..mi.-     -iu
.ilo\,'i! -*y.\!ij. K i!;  t.'iiis.   ���.<-n.-,di'i] j To-\ii-li:r'-", I'-'ug" !. >-ei ion-  I. 2. .!, tin  ��-..'(
by   Ale!.   Vniilr.ii,   di,'!   lin-   ti !.-*,lmii-.
jioli'- l.i-j !,n i-d in nlh-y-."j i'i.   tiMin   l',|
by line between K.miro-6 unci 7, \Yc?l ni .. .
6th Meridian, cm the North 03* Northern boundary of Railway Belt. ar��d on the \\>-t by Sf y-
rnour Arm ot Shu-ivap J,al:e, exeiiidaigth' t>>-
from the Wc-t ( of .-'rction-' 22 und 7. Town-hip
21. Kai.geft, *,\ '���������'* of theOtii Mctidiui'.
Timber Berth No. 242, hi the above IVuv-
iuccVcouiiin'ing 10 --i. iiiilcj-.is foilon-,.- s<.'
lions if, ;���. Jf*. JI. i-and i'.i. Lh' S, li.dvi.-. Sc'tioi',-
II.   1-3.  10 inn!   17.    ill .���'he. 21, ,.i,d K, ' tn: 2 3.
M  ��       j
Ai-s.ij  ll":
S4ini|��:iil '
T;; pre-i.T.'-" '
fit, cvr,   ,
viiOii'i ,n
Vivi:"i i'c v>
1.1.1,. :;;..
!i< ,'ia  ,* ,
..5 ,^Cj5.t.,
' * ��� -\r��
.��� ' C u
7 ���  ; v ^ V
''el..'1'.;.-"-]', il W'orki,
!;":?.:. r.o.
1 'X-i JJ ,'\.iry.'-" 5'trcot.
, , ,a   .i'n.' <���    11 ���-
.,1   ',1,
n  lie use.
������',, '!',,  :'.!\t'i) Cii..
'     ^'   'k ,,   -"Mile-lie-. -,'
. '���"*;i,icl-TCc-.
if.3   n,   Eiiociiiliy
ElectncliVhted, furnace heated
Newly built and furnished. . . .'
Finest and best supplied ,bar
.... in the city	
Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B.NG
line in (".-. iv 1 \,ii|(-<, .mil -.\ Ini;." ������(,)(>.
,���,."<- plan il (-:, ������n ��� i- |h,, roji- 1-1 li,'-
|ll,M'''"' '���' I ' ��� ' ���"'���' "I -fi"(l ii.11 nn (Jf! ft.
-I l-i-i���!�����., 1 11   II  l'i . 1 ,'r 1:   ,:;i   'Pip.   .( j ,,,.; ,
C.ri'ii-1. A; :  .W-'    1-. ..;.....   .Mu.,1,.,,,,!
��� 'ii   ..nd   ivii,i,t:i ,Vk:   A,.y;   Afii.   ,\.������.���.'-
in in.
Tin- c '���in.,-,  ,1 ,id}.).ii in (].
Imprisonment for Life.
, 0..1/1 ai
Lii'':  liin-i
als!i, M-hi
fii-'d fo blow up the- 'A'elj.uicl carni-l,
were*. fouji'I guilty to-d.iv aud v/ere
M'ni'Mii-' (\ '.<��� irnpri'-o,jiri*,iit far life
"lii", f.M'iuMini ,-���(' tjif evident' rfi-
-pv-i.tini.' fi1---"* <-r'riufi.tifiri of tlip prbi'iierf-
���vith J-'eiiiriiii-ni tool: muc'i of the :,en-
.vition out of liie trial of tho dynamit
frs. When lo-ni^ht it \v,-is learned
that all throe: had been found guilty
and were given the terrible sen twice of
imprisonment iV Iife; thero was a quick
I. 11, 12 ,oid I'.i, 'I i>". '1- h'i) 21. Iliiiifi ., ,i*,'i ��� , ;
1 io-,- y-J. Jj.1 -md '7.K. ,.',!,. "'',*���*.n-'iip 2.'f, ll.uig' '
.'., nil Wi -t Of the ilth Mrndhin. ;
Tlmbcs- Berth No.Zil.mil.-  ���.'���,*.,- pi,,-,   '
nice. 'MinjuUci.r *.',  -'i    niiic-  1-loll'ii'-;    -, '
rioir* 2.   !.  I. .3 .mil if,   'I',". n-l'ip 2',, I; Hii'i  ,. *
-'�����( !i<'ll>   I'i.   17.   1-.   I'.i. J\ -'I, 21 J. .''.'.'- *2:r, ."   !1. I
',2.  111. .11   ,i|]i|    ','>,    'j'ou i|r-lilji   21.   /''in;.','   .,, ,ii,,)
-1 '-III.SI'. I i,   21, J.3 ,'lli' .Vi, InV.li-lilj,   *2j,   If.Uig'   0.
���ill \\ r-; iii flu; Ot!,  \Ii.iali,m.
Timber Berth No. Zi">, m Un- ,-ibo-.i' I'r'i*. ���
im e, coiupri-'iiig 2R -tj. riirlc-, a ��� folhiw-,: .S. r.
lions C. 7 and \V. \ ,-, 'J'owji'-hip 21, IJ.ingc ���">.
and Sceliiins 1,2, '.i, 1,1/ .-ind 12, Toivnsfdp 21.
K.'itiff li. .mil N. } 7, N. E. I'.). N. ��� of S. \V. * ],3
S. ��� 10, 17. 1.-, 1!). 2H, N. I- 21. N. i 22, 27, :*>. *2!i! :;:;
,'J-I, :i.3 and W. f ?��, Towu-dtip 2Ti, It.mgi ���;, ,ni
West of ihrsOth Men'di.iri.
The length or each bloi-k -flcrted mil too;:
cued throe tuni-i the bread Ll, tiicn-of.      ,0
A plan "bowing approxrnafclv ;lu.- po-itioii of
the ii bovc tract-** rimy be ohMiri'-d on .i|>|ilic,i-
tion torhiV Iiopfirtnient.
A --eparatc teodei* to be made ror-'.ar h hi 11 h.
Tiic regulalion'' iindfi' whii-h ,t limn^, ,,-,|i \���.
iKS'icI nifly b<5 obfain'-d at tbi-, Ilop ic' ni' 11 f- '���;*
ft the oltifj of the ( rov.ii Tiailror .\gfr.' ,<'
?-'civ Wcntu)i'i:<Lor.
E-ioh tender r.i'1 - h'' ci'i-orupi'uiind li'-.ui.''.
eeptcd Cheoui- or) n ch.M-ttu ���! b.ui': in f>> vuiu- ol
fin Jicputy i,Jin1'..tci- ot the. hil'fiov, ior th*,
ainounf, 01 (li'j bonii- v. IikIi Ihi .-ip),llc,>iil i,-
prcpiucd to pay for a, Ii<'-n-<-.
So tctvUrb.y tjlcgrni)!i will beciilerti in-'d.
I'Ei'jj'A' o. k;:vi:s,
Dcparlniciitof tiic hu.-rior,
Utt-tv3 li, t'lii ;,J,iy, VJM,
1 \j\jIx.
PJEECS!   .   .
(Limited Liability.)
Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of
By s m I" &f'
B ff H f v? Scat i S B
���j s  y-
r -���* 6 r <
W   i   f-��   ,
���',     7,>hM
.   I
Also shingles, cm'ouldings7b"ase boards,
casings, finishing lumber, extra wide
clear,, pine and cedar. ' Long dimension timber cut to order. A large
n assortment of season lumber kept on
' hand in the yard and sheds at Revelstoke by the pioneer lumber dealer of
Kootenay who alsoluis'Iiad considet-
able experience in eastern Canada
which enables him to cater for whnt
lhe builder requires. You will always
find him ready for business.
\   Prices Right.     Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order.
,7. '-���(
fa' ���
13" '
, 7/pi
'M.     X J,
il Tapping, Agent, Revelstoke, B.C.
-.i.-a-rr-. 11 ,-i T5/��ipti,w)��W wipijumwwuwui-i W������<illA<li|).IM^fKJ��^ij��uj1��-a��lflfJl��lti��w��p-v;
i h0w6U
���hirnldirc and Under taking,
3 B * - j Repairing & Upliolsieriflg L-osic
\V.'H"liou'-*r- in connection for iloni^c of fnmily nnd other furnit tire,
fi'iitik-. I'lc, ,-it monthly or other iviles     Agents for I-t.-ivnmnd S.mv-
'ing JM.-ir bine.
1 <<} ]
iii HOI
"7,1 V'/Z:;DiNG   RiNG.
il us, if   10, tl:?.. -.1.1, fu-:*i tho guinea gold���
!'"i    I'll"; in,:, ���--> :*.*: 1 ."id old!
' il :   *., i,.. ;o a tliii-j'i, '�����,*���, an, it lias known
A u,. .J 'oi 'oi>��� 1.30 iL-^rii-i out^roi.i:.
-     V ,o
Ac 1 ]'*>ol: .it tiic* iii!***1. ,su fra-.ile, >������ fi ail,
'ii ,' <-l,.nt.s on iiij  !'..;)-l wliiit I whisper my tale,
1 ',:���:,) tl.o d-^Cfc iJil.-.H io kits,
1 ui 1,- 1 r..ni]."- ..i.l.v of iis'livcJ out bliss.
A: 1 c, j'' I ���-���) Mr!: to tho ycais that have passed,
\,o*,'i Lie li r.doi look tnat she wore to the last,
M" ci .iii'-.-ail"..!':* I;n v, ii'iiiisiiii;* fair,
VkjuIiI ?ii,ilp so if Ii-t'ninjj lo love's sweet prayer.
IIv   t'.!,- rccan h'no ined and loved and \vcd,<
2si.iT '- a'-.'.- it !i_r f,:��*t ;.'ad vows wore raid,
Wlnio iiiui tlj.'-.iJS^ol billow's thai, singing, broks
It w.io llici j li.u mjil'c of her future spoke.
Ah, ���,. -11, r-l,i> -i-ini-iii-il a loi1? time ajfo! i
N'u* !'.. 1 j v . ���nl U'���;vl3 ihdt'y.'c nil must know,
Jliit -. " i -U \ i;!i h,r lo\cr in ciwnij*.'lo-a repose,
Ai.it ;���'U���!f. cj Ttiii^'i.'ibers it all.   .Who knows?
���  ' ���I'hilaijelfiliia Iiiquiicr.
f n!ii>i"3's "Wctlilln****'.
'I.-.;,-.',', to'lie \>"i-t man, iind Pitt, Cnn-
i',;.-::.- r.i.il ""'fr. L"i^li, who v.-/is lo rend tho
i-:'i ���,. a.  di-'cil  with mc before the'mar-
,    -. ���;!!.,���, -.,' -��� li ���,,**>.s to lake place in .IJrook
htjcil.   V'c li.-.d a coach to'drive there.
a;:*!   a-  v...-   v,cut  through   that  narrow
pa; t. iicu- what was then Swallow street.
a   ic.lii,-   di.-iv   up  against the  wall   to
a-oil'.  Loin.; j::n  over,  and. peoriiu; into
'I'n- iii'ii-h.  rrco-::iizt!il Pitt ami >s;i\v Mr.
���  L'*.<;..!r. v. ho,v,*.i.-i'iii full canonicals, sitting
<l'p;'l.,--!iO    hllU. ' ,'',"'"
The   fellow  'cxrlainicd.'"What; "Hilly
Pi'I'i, and with a part-on too!''
I said, "lin thinks you are going to Tyburn to Iiq. happed privately," which was
' ' rat her impudent'-of me, but Pitt was too
' ii'iueli absorbed,' i, believe,' in'lhinking 'of
the marriage to'be angry.
'Afyr tho ceremony he was go nervous
.that  lie"could  not sign  as witness, ,'aud
f Canning whispered to mo to siyu without
wailing for him.   Tie.regarded' the mar-i
,_riagc   as   <ho  ono   tbiujr   needed- to  give
' Canning 'tho poMtjcin necessary, to "lead a
, party, and this was the cause of.his anxiety, aboajt it, which J would not have believed lutil,I not .witnessed it, though I
, knew how warm was tho 'regard ho had
' for Canning:, i Had  Canning bceif Pitt's
own  son   J   do  not think  he could  have
-been nioie interested'in all that related
to his lii.trriasc.���Loiters oi-'Johu llook-,
ham Frcre. ' ' ',
Millionaire -senators., '���
Boies Pom'osC'tr.ep., Fa'.)',: lawyer, J?lr,-'
OC-J.GX-0.  ,     '"*    7.    ,' \'7. 7\ -
Einrcnc It.-iie (ilep.-, Mc.), lawyer, 91,-'
.Ios?onh Shnon (Itiip., Or.),- lawyer, 51,-
000,000. ���
' '.  Glmuiief-y   M.   Do new ��� (Rep.,   N'.   Y.).
��� Retl.flrld   Proctor  (Rep;; 'Vt.),'   lawyer.-
?;\<):'0.<-''p.      ",     * '    >.-.... ^,,<.
.fa:,!''.-. McMillan (Rep., aiich'.)',,lunilici\
^."i.Oiiu.r'Oo.',    ���   ,, ' '   ������-    7:    '. , '
Joseph Hciiwii Forakei-' (Rep., 0.)','law-
yor. yi.cii.i.t'tJO..      ' .        .   '
Francis 11. Wairon^Rcp'., Vv'y.), raiicli-
man.^1.."i!tJ,C0U. -'     -
Nat ban ii. Kcott (Rep., W. Va.), capi-
, tali.sl.'S-'.OOO.OOO.    v        '      '��,
Charles 'A'arren Fairbanks (Rep., lad.),
lawyer. ;,>2.000.000. '    '   . . '    .
,   Julia  Koan  (Rep., N. J.), lawyer anil
lianker. ^n.OOO.OOO.        '���   , .
,    Ili'ir.y Cal-ot  Lniigu (Hep., .Mass.). literal mc, iV-.lHKJ.OOO. '" ,    x
Gcow Shnup (Rep.,   Ida,), sheep anil
,mhie ov.ncr. V 1,000.000.,
r '.Icw'Tili \"ei-y Canaries (iiop,. Wis.), lawyer ami" him her. S1 ..100.000.     '.
NilMin W.' Alii.-i>-li (Rep.. U.'l.). street
rtiifwii.v'iiiimuati'. .^J.000,000.
���    Georsr.- C;v Perkins, (Rop.. ,Cal.), steam-
-Bliips-iftvl banking. 55,000.000. ���
\Viilia��i J. 'SewolI'lRep., >N. J.), railroads mid banking. 52,000,000. '
Edward  Oliver  Wolcott   (Rep.,  Colo.),
lawyer aud iiiiuing*. 52.000,000.    '
-   'Addison G. Foster (Rop., Wash.)', lumber, coal and shipping, 52,500~,000.
'John Percival Jones (Silver, Nov.),
gold and silver mines, 510,000,000.    '
George Pea body -Wetinoro (Rop.. R. I.),
banker, lawyer ami capitalist, 55,000,000.
Btcplicn Bont'oii Elkins (Rep.. W. ,Va.),
con)  and  irou, miuos ancl  railroads, $7,-
000,000, .      - -   ,-=7^
'WillhliTi Morris Stewart (Silver., Nov,),
J.'iwyci' and gold,and silver mine.owuei'-
William Andrews Clark (Dora., Mon.),
���l.iinc mi ner. i.-aiikcr and niamifacturor,
Tiihm.-n''.'oilier Phi ft (i\o])��� N. Y.), oX-
pl'iM- ('������;-.!!'..'liv. banker and commercial
inlci-oi'-f-. ,'-,r-.i;i.!',0-':0.
1 Mure-,: ������ A I-.;.mi Haima (Rep,, O.),' coal
and'him i: -u*.* o\-:i"i- nnd niaiuifacturnr,
rarh-o, d ,-.inl : I'-ani'-Iiip lim-s .-ind banker*
51'..,,O0L!.0O0.���Ki'w Vork  World.
Frank Cooley, 2:24^4, a new pacer, is
a brother ofTBessie T, 2:1114, by Ben
McGregor.       y^
The correct record of Tribulation, fir
Tribute, 2:24, is 2:23^., Hot 2:25��i, and
he is a 4-j-ear-old.
Harry Devereux of Cleveland will return his great young horse John A. Me-
Kenon, 3, 2:12}4. tothe turf nest year.
Tho yearling filly Zephyr, by Zombo.
2:11, out of Gazelle,'SrllJ/j, has trotted
an eighth in 18 seconds and repeat in
VTVs. ' '    '
David Blanchard of Boston has nn
equine pensioner ,that is 00 years old
and has not worn "harness for several
Miiiola, 2:10141 owned by J. R. La my,
Amherst, N. S.. is holder of the fastest
record made over a maritime province
track by a horse bred in the provinces.
Tin*    Northern ; Pacific    railroad    will"
transport 0,000 horse* this winter from
Washington to eastern points,    'lo move
this, great army of range horses will require 00O box cars. ',,
/J'he two now' trotters, Wilquelle, 2:2.1,
by Mor-uette., 2:10. nnd Elliott Stone,
2:2iy,.. by Silent Brook, 2:10y-.. are both
out of-Dido, sister of Lottie K. 2:2G:;4.
by Sipiiro-Talmnge.
,'Tlio0;4-yoar-old filly Kellio Gay. by
Pamlico. 2:10, who took a half mile track
trotting record of 2:211/-, the past season,
is said not to have made a break in any
of her races diu-ing'thc campaign.
There is a four footed curiosity owned
at Avon, Ills.    It is the foal of a small
jenny,  by��a  Shetland sire" standing 80
inches  in height.   ,,The foal  is a male,
weighs 21 pounds and stands 20 inches.
;��� Phil Groben ot J?ufMo is raising' speed
at his farm.    He has a fast young trotter that  has  shown a mile in 2:20,  a
8-year-old' pacer that cau  step in 2:27
mid another green one that,can go close
to 2:17.. ,     .     y.    t�� -
' 'J.' B. McFerran, Jr., of Loulsrllle is
said to have the greatest pony team erer.
seen  in tho  blue grnss country.  ' They
are black and white, only 50 inches high',
and have been driven oa a wager ten
miles in less than one hoar.���Horse Re-
view. '      , '      '
->.    ������>     9    ->    J>    ^>    yy    -T*.    O.    -���%    J*.    -���>.    -t.    .->    ->.    &.    ->.    ^>-    ij~    ->    -*.    -T-    .*,    ' ->        ,     -y    _>.       &.    ty    jj>    ti-    -*     .^.y,y7^yj\.^.fyryii.jyr%.ry7yiy.y    jy    -y
V-     *r    ^    ^    &���&*�����*-     X^1   -fr     -b     -tr    -is     *?     �����*-&**���    -ir     -ir    -ft     -V     nr    -.-     1*     *r    ~f-    -(.-       -*r     -*       -i-     tr     Yj-     H'     <���     '-     <.-     -ir    fr     ���*-    *r     -ic'  %r    Xr     �����.-     f     ��r    *���     *'     T-"
*?*fi��   - .      ��� .'.,,���   *s��> ^
��^* & tii-*
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'; S"~��-
i  iff-   '-
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''/   r'r
Just received: a' large- assortment of
-   Samples in Bsantifnl .Designs
Ty ."���''
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�� a
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- One bad thing-about trade and money
corners is that they are'seldom aquare.���
Philadelphia Timti.
"Why exempt lawyers as'jurors? "They
seem to bo the only ones who can answer -
their  ,.own-  questioning. ��� New-    York
World.' ' , , '���
It is rather curious that the world is
not shocked at the thought of war. but is
vastl.wdisturbed over, the violation of tho
'amenities of war.���Elmira Gazette.
Now New York has begun a raid on
ihcget rich quick syndicates all along the
line..'-i*Meanwhile the blooming idiots
who patronize them aro still at large.���
Boston Herald.   -- <
At last it has happened! A stolen phonograph has peached on tho thief. The
oarrot, the cuckoo clock'and the chicken
111 the possum pouch can now be laid
aside.'���New York Press.
The Rcrliuer Klinische Wocliensclirift
is authority for tho'statement that "the
development of abnormal i-edne^s^of rhe
nose is a consequence of tin* wearing .of
a veil in winter," Wo don't see how that
lets the men out.���Buffalo Cnaimc'i-cial.
The "rainy day skirt "has,come to stay.
It is going to stay after it gets through
raining. As a matter' of fact, it is no
longer a rainy day skirt; it is a common
sense skirt for the twentieth century woman for every day in the year.���Chicago
Times-Herald.     ', ���       "  ,
A Now York woman arrestedt,for keeping, chickens in her rooms supposed they
were no worse than the squawking parrots and barking dogs of tlie other rooms
of an apartment house. Why should
there be so much difference of opinion as
to pets?���St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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Our representative/will call  oil  you
- -   '.      ; - - this week for orders.l   ���'-'  '
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It rpipilic: "0;'liO.OOO pounds of meat
n va*.'!. !.i.f>-i.--i t.ia iiilmliitiiiits iu Man*
bait."::. P.-  ;.'..':.. ;.:id Jersey Citj'--
A v.'odi'ii'g iiivit '.lion in Cairo extends
for  t'ni'iv dayi.    'i'lioie  is  feasting dur- I
ing nil 1 ho time, and the house and street
are   liberally  decoratedh wilh  flags  and
lanterns. ,      . ,."' '       . .
Move tli.111 five tons of documents produced by I'jiii:!iind in the Venezuelan arbitration '������a:-;;1 have been ' removed from
Pari.-. Tliey required two largo railway
vij'n.--. to lake them awfiy.
f.f's Aii.-'cri-:. i-i distinguished for the
niunbi'i-MM' [leli'iili'tiiii oil, wells it pos-
fit'sn-s. Tlie oiiipiil for bSn.'i fipproximat-
ed 1.100.000 I'lirrel-!. and that for ISO!) is
o.siini,ii.i il lo be about the same.
Tl i' hi.ir of rabbits r.nd other animals
in Ii.us in'is com cried 1.' r> IiowIh, dishes
ami .pl.ili"., which ai,- .nod for tlieir
slfcngih, diiia.li'iilCrf* and lightness. Tho
ai'ti'di .v Imvc ihe iipiulai'f ;c of vart^ltfb-
cd iBHthfi'. ,
No congress ever yet did so much harm
fts timid citizens feared it would. A'great
dcsnl of folly , works u itself off iu talk.���
Hartford Courant.
, Congress is always said to sit. Thft
nionibers have nil had to run so hard for
it that when thoy get there they'ra
mighty glnd to ongago iu sitting.���Jiitues-
villo Courier.
^Congressmen who sny the coming ses-
nion will be the most important sines
tho civil war must not forget to-facilitatc
the work in a practical and sensible way.
���St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
With a presidential campaign imminent. coiigrcsMOiial action in all rf^pocts
will ho Mvnycd, as heretofore in seasons
of national elections, by partisan considerations rather than by public interests. To the average congressman, indeed, his party is the public���Philadelphia Record.
America's Great
Trans-Continental Route
Quick Time!
Good Service! .
First Class .and Tourist Sleepers
Kootcnay Kaiiway 3
'       .      7,    '   n       ' i Koyal Mall Mace.
,NavigafefliiCompany   c^aP03taoutetothoowcountry.   <���
,ALLAX LLVI-:-l*'roni Portland
Operiitimr ICns-o i'c Slocan Kail way,
liitei-niit.ioniil Navigation & Trading
-Cor:.pany. ,   ���'
Piirihiiin    -  ,
l.iuirciitiiin   ;
Tiiiilsiiiii  -
Xuniidiini    -
Apl i::'
Oeean to Oeean !
Tickets Issnt'd TbriuiKh   aiirl ]ta^(;n^i��
(.'lici-kt'd to Dcstinati'iti.
, , .Mob 23
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Schedulo of -Mrao-Pfioifio Standard Timo   ,       .D0M IXl0X UN K-Krom Port land.
,,,  ���       ' lioniuiioii
JJleetivc l'ib. 1---1, moo. ' '.Cainbromiui
Ki'oin Montreal.
Kaslo-Ss Olsoan Railway ;   .Vancouver-     -    ,-      .     .      .      .    .\pl.-_'s
',. ���   ,.    i,     ,     '    , ,    . IJKAVlcit MXIi���l-'roin Si. Joliii. '
J'ii.-'.-<eii|.'ci- trnin lor Bnniloii -u.d way siulioiii uu    '
leaves ICiislo at tMi.in.;'d.'iliy. letui'iilng. le.ivoi'    Art^wii      ��� M>-h -J.S
Siindoniiti.lS p.iii,, ari-ivin,j ut Kriilo 3,iw p.m.     .akefjupcrioi a'\i\'I
l,nke Ontario' .      .      .      . ������ ' \\
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rInternational Nr-,,vj^R,1,!on and .Trading ,,������ , ���..,.,   ,',,        ,   .      ,,     ,       "
��� CoinvJuy I ,.' "l-.'y^i'r Ut-ky ed (IiioiikIi in nil wi* of
, ,   .������"���"I bi-iiiiiiiiiiid li-t-liuiil.iiiidiit -pi-i-inllv lo*.��-'
dpi i-nlii!:;oii i-Tiinii'iiiij l..,.l'.ciuid llivi-r. i*ule.*>to ,nll |ian^ of th<- I'Jifopc.iu <-oiiiiikii;
'    S'.S. INTMINATIONM.. 1, nv(N K',-|o f���P N.'Noi,      i).Wly '�� ,,'Mri'"-  '���lllw��* ur M��M...llI,l ugei.l .7
nt ll ii.iii, iliiily oxit-,-1 Suniliiy; n-iiii-iiliig. leaves
Sul-'on nl ���!.;)!) |i;n.. i-nl!!ng ,U' linlloiir, I Hot
I'ay, Aln-iw-iii'lli. i-inl .-Il i-,*i>' polnl*-: coiiih*i:I--
with S. I-'. {V N. trnin In nnd lroui Spokinu-, nl
l-'ive .Mile )',ilui.
���   Old Dutch designs are liked for chatelaine hag frames.
A baby's knife and fork show just a.
dainty little Uower edging.
The head (silver or silver gilt) of the
latest hatpin is long and slender,' with a
high, round topped stone set in it.
Small sized, open face and half hunting
case watches in plain bright gold with
white dials represent the stylish utilitarian watch for women.
Belt buckles grow larger. Some conventional oval nud square forms are seen,
but odd and fanciful designs predominate. Some of the pr��!tiest novelties are
in French gray silTei or iu gold richly
ehaded.���Jowolers' Circular.
Daily Trains
ivi-t    ' i.'1-:vj"i,stoI\K ��'r.i ,
.V.'J li.m- h-iivc 17.."'I I
���|n A,\|i ) i��;M Ki'OI'l NAY  1'olNT-, j
S.1U liuvi; ' iii i-i iu b/.K")    Aiv-uUi iilSi.'lU p.m. NV'ediiesiliiy.,,
I/.i.5-rto*t;u:ica;i TilrMon
'.   AMMf;   .M.I.KIITA.
T.   W. ERADSHAW.  Agont.  Revelfltokt
'     S. S. " Lardeau."
The, Canadian  Paeilie
Steamship Co.'s
l,cavij Arr.iwin-iid d.iily foi\'ull points hi Koot*
cniiy. nifti.iMK cumicfiwmi* ^-J^tukud: for u'l
points on Xukusp 'ii  .Sloeiiri^viiilwiiy  and
Slocan ]Ji)u:
Clone connection at l!(-li��it!   fur  Kelison ICooto
nay i^i|-o ,md  Hirer point.�����.   Tr.iil.  Ko-jc
hind nnd a!) pnlnti ill Ikuunlliry C'oiiutry.
for full  nf.'-i-.iiiviii.il, tickel^. iimpn, etc., (�����!!
on or .'I'ldri"-^
.'i*4eiit| Rc-voIkIoUc,
Or I o
, w. k AxnKiujnx.      ir��� ,i. ro\M,]���;.,
l'lu'v, P-'l.-J1. Agetil. A. tr. |��. .A-jent,
KulWBi fcfvC* Vnjiouuvr,*! Uifi
. .,     ,    i ,���    ,    t      i    ,.i i  i     ('''��nuii' ni.-iiig  .M.iy |s(. |',iii.'i, Mi-;ui). j- n,l|i--!ii
le.-.iiiei- Aib'-i'lii li',.v> '^"-i.1" f'ir bar<ly .mil    :i> |'0!|���,Vf.. wuilher |ieniiittiiig:
l.eiivlng Arrowheuil twice dullv for C'orii'ipIK
nnd I liouiMiii -i Landing nl nil*. ainl l.iU*.
Leaving 'i'liouiiotrn Landing for Arrowhc.i.l
twice dally, ut Tl.'M nnd i:ik.. iinikiu." clo-c.on-
licetimiii with nil V��� V. It. Mum., iiikI Ntviim-i**..
The owner* ve-ci-ve the right lo elungc tiiuv-
of wilhngH wtiliout notice.
Hlc.iiiu>:-.i cull nt, pi-In.iipil I ui'llng.-   In   both
dln-etfoii'i, nnd in oMn-.i- poiii'-- M'hi'ii signallcil.
'I'lckcl-i-mid u. till poinl.1 hi Ciunidii. and the
I'liited Sdito.
To  ji-ccrtiiiu   viito'j   and   full   iiiformiilion.
8 tf
Jlanajfur, Ka.i!o, III C
Oanadisii PaoiKs Jlc-vipiioa Co.'L'd
AJfi/t&yrft. Kouva
Steamers for Vi'i-ui',-!. .I*,n*/n'i iind Ski-giVn;,-
1' nvi- Vi<. "i' ���"
3-.'ci-y V;o,��r��-.i'J '���/ u.i. 3 :?. rti.
fll.l Vn'i' i.ir.ri-
Evory Tli-iij-r'i'iv :���,*; :', -;'.. an.
:'-i(eiii-ier��I'or Xoi'lli'.ip   ;'iili-!'. fV'tituhi i 'ii)i*t��
iciive Vliloi'ln iui.I Vn-.e.o'ivi'i* v.iii-kly.
|{lilc.-��, ''tc., on il|i|iliitUi' ii io
<;. -i. i',.\.vt;���'.!!.
(J'lini'l )'ii'r-'-i'!;ui- ,\t,'<-n|.
Vl'Aoria, ��J( C,
Bomlnion and PraviDeiei
0Laad-SBPvoyors, ���
* ii..'. j.A'w. li.Z\\J.Li-.L.^,u-.i.,
f-bii-M-jnr- i.f Mini-, Miner:*! Cl,-,!m- and ('*.<,v. .���
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Bwaflimtiwwuia^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL
If you are thinking of g
learning to play a vio- jc
lin, banjo,-guitar, auto- |
harp, or any musical |
instrument, call and see $
our most complete'stock |
Instruction   books   for all.
instruments    kept
| A., large assortment' of J
| ' sheet music, folios, etc. |
\i      Will order  at the price #
if    not   in 2
'   '  -I
I GanadaDpug&BookCol
.�� ' Revelstoke Station. , ((<���'
<i^*i^*i^��ii~Pi<^;-kk��>^*>iz?9iik9i -fen
"'    . "Crawlers, Crntc-hers and Climbers."
B. IC. I)rn\v is up from Camborne.
'Gns Lund is down from the Bend.
Fred  Fraser
Trout Lake.
left this morning for
? J. A.  M.-tgee,  of Comaplix," was in
town last evening.
Rev. Flewclling, of Kamloops,  went
south this morning. ���
Chief Bain brought' a Chinaman  in
from Glaciiu- yesterday 1
A.   W.  Mcintosh' came down from
Downie creek'yesterday.     , -
T. ��. Downing, "of Thomson's Land-
ing,' w,as in town Saturday.
'..Or.   Tnonias   and   Sain   Hill
down to Fire Valley, yesterday.
���H.   Ki-cdh.-im   Sr.    went    down
Thomson's Landing this morning.
Victoria defeated Kamloops'in football I goals to 1 at the capital Friday.
F.   W.  McGregor has sold ,out   bis
draying business to. E. W. B. Paget. l
AY.  Kirkup and A.   Catn   returned
Saturday morning from' French creek.
-Mrs. Lindsay and Miss ,Kirov, of
Fire Valley, were, in town Sunday
evening.  - ,,'   ' '        <    ,
- Another slide in the canyon is reported to have come down on Saturday blocking the trail.
.Mrs;. D.'M. Rae'accompaniedi>\"' her
sister, Miss Woodley, came in last
evening from Golden.
Mc-Rae's committee room has fieen
moved to the building on McKenzie
avenue erected by H. Manning.
W. A. Koote und K. Davis left th:s
morning to commence work on their
sawmill at Ferguson.
Peari-on   and
Ilokeby   avenue
between Second and Third streets.
H'ynn    slu-i-ts ' and
are     being     cleared
.las. Anderson went 'down to Ferguson Ibis morning to do assessment
work on claims owned by D. Mcintosh
arid himself.
Aid. Pctrr-ioii i.-- antiior of a new
Ming entitled "Look ;tt the beautiful
��idewalk." He will probably'sing it at
the next public meeting.
The Doughs street bill sidewalk i��
undergoing another change which a��
yet is not a vci y great, improvement.
What will the finish Ik-'like?
feated the Blairs of Spokane 16 to 15
at a game played in the former city.
Have a look at tlie samples of wall
paper just opened at the Canada Drug
& Book Co.'s, they are very pretty and
prices reasonable. ' tf
Miss Pollock has returned to Shuswap where she will remain the guest
of the Misses Graham until her departure for California.���Kamloops Sentinel.
The lecture of Rev. Mr. Speer has
been given in , all the coast cities to,
large audiences. ' It is humorous,
eloquent and. original. Don't fail' to
hear him.
The C. P. It. will extend and beautify
their grounds tit Banff t.his year. ' Mr.
J. De Woy, an American expert gardener, has been employed for the purpose. t,
John Campbell left yesterday for
Laurie where the and T. Woolsey have
taken a contract to run a 200 foot tunnel on the Old Duncan claim.
Joe Broom, the Italian arrested for
assaulting Frank Wallots, came up on
Saturday before Stipendiary , magistrate Coursier for his preliminary
hearing and was committed for trial.
Inutile meantime he will resident Kamloops.
Several of our citizens, were busily
engaged.yesterday forenoon preparing
smoked glass to have in readiness for
watching the.eclipse, but it was afterwards learned that they were, not up
early enough in the morning the
eclipse having passed between five and
six o'clock.       I
ft":* 'H. Caesar, who with others
started out for Big Bend,a few days
ago, returned Saturday evening with
a 'broken arm., Meeting the pack
train he stopped to talk with J. Nelson
.during which tinie Nelson's horse
kicked him cansinpfhis injuries.
Rev. J. C. Speer, the most eloquent
platform speaker in British Columbia,
will give a lecture in the -Methodist
church on Thursday evening of this
week. His subject is "Crawlers,
Crutchers and Climbers." Admission
25 cents. '
The Raffle of a cushion and centre
piece by the Ladies Auxiliary to the
Trainmen was held on Satrday the
winning numbers being for the cushion
110, and 217 taking the centre piece.
Parties holding these numbers may
receive thegoods at Mrs. B.jjCorley'8.
The ladies netted about $607
Comaplix Notes.
L. E. Beck has gone up to work the
Kingston group on Fish creek.
Bodine ��fc Jjrouse have tuken a contract to do 100 feet of work on the
Mr. Wood, manager for Mr. Jackson,
of Rossland, went into Comaplix yes
terdav arid,will make it It is headquarters. ' He. will work four different
properties and says he ��� has 850,000 to
spend in development work this season.
Rolland, Butler it Derosia arc pushing development on the Lucky Jack
group. ,
Considerable assessment work is
being done.
The government is making a great
improvement in roads and trails
throughout the district.
The regular meeting of Fire. Brigade
No. 2 will be held in the fire hall this
evening at S o'clock sharp'when the
election of a chief will take place.
Baseball is attracting considerable
attention in the southern country this
beasotj.   On Friday last RossimSd dpr
Tenders for n. License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands tn tho Province of British Columhku
<JKALM> J'fi.VDKns, ,ultlrc-"(.<H/>lliti iirxlcr-
ij miffed nnd m.irked on the em elope "Tender
for Timber Herlh ��0," Jo be opened on tho ISSth
day of June next, will be received nl thirt
Department until noon on Morday, ,tlie ltfth
day of Juno 1000, for a liccnne to crrt timber on
Hcrth No. 23.5, coniprMrift the North lntlf
of .Section 1<>; ,tbe .South half .and- Nortli-
wewt qiiftrtcr of Section 20; the Sofith
hnlf of .Section 21. the .South half of
Section 22. .Sections '2.1, 2.3, ���-'��. 27 nnd the U"e���t
lin.lt of .Section 20, in Tou'iinhip '26, JJunxo 'Si
Westo/ the .ith Meridian, in the ^aid J-Yowncc,
containmsf an tn'cn of 6,7,} f|ii��rc nrilcr., more or
Tb<�� regubitloo* under irhlch a, Ilcenr'o -a ill be
i-jjuid may be obuir.cd /it tidy Department or
uAtho oflico of tbo Crowa Timber Agent at
Vaur TVohtminBter.
JCacli tender mlint be accompanied by art accepted cheque on a chiirtered bank in frfvoirr of
the Deputy of the Mirii.-aorof the Interior, for
tho amount of the bonus which the :ippllcniii in
preiiarcd to puy for n licc/iic., ,
No Lender by telegraph willibc entertained..
Departduiritof the lutcricr,
Ottawa, 7th May, WW, Wl-3t
(Ti IF
Knives, Forks, Spoons,   the
Best in the.City at
C.P.R^'Watcli Inspector.
Badmintb.n: I
RATES   $2.50'   PER   DAY.  '   '
Wagons, ��� Delivery  Rigs,,
Buggies, -Etc.,. -
'   ,    -:-VT:-   ' ,;    ,
;o :-
Blacksmithing and Woodwork
done on short notice.
Carriao-'es"  Built ' to   Order.
Your Pocket-book    /
may be low but nobody sees it, but
,   if  your'"clothes   are   -diubby that
��� ' settlcsit.iiobody-M'iintstoknowyou.
Ladies or Gents Tailor, Al side Clothes
repaired and cleaned in jjood stylo.
Call or cend -jios-t card.
Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.
Established 13 year.-;.
f ',
Strictly* Union Lnbor Shop.
Highest Cash Price.'Paid for.
All shipment* are examined by me n?
sooir as l.hey-ai-rive. 1'roinpt returns us-
sured. Prices are too Iiieii' to warrant
holding goods .for any length of lime.
You . should keep posted on, the returns
you get from  - '.,
P.O.Box 981       '   Agent for Jas. Ullmiin
Winnipeg Man.        -   '
is next to Godliness."
If you,'want your   scavenger
.work done  in aKcleaii and
economical   way   send   a
card to
' Revelstoke Station.
The Fred Robin
' Lumber Co, Limi
Just received One Carload.of Paint and Oil���the largest shipment
ever brought into the town of these goods. Wo are now iri a position
to supply everything in the paint line. White Lead, Boiled and Raw
Oil,'Turpentine, Furniture Varnish, Hard Oil Finish, etc. All colors
ground in oil, Japan, or dry. , Ivalsoinine in a variety of colors. ' Coal
Tar, Whiting, Plaster and "Cement, Enamels in all shades. Just received
a consignment of Starr ell Tools.   ��� ,    '
c|j  Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, agent for Hamilton Powder Co ��&
^ Ladies Oostumes^^z^^^  ,
tfm [ uG-inch "lloniespun.- all wool, the newest goods for Ladies Krt/;
'}k '     ���    ' Costumes   in ,dark'and  lightgrevi  dark aud light fawn.  7W..
tm ,, Cull and see them.    . ' . -     W
ft New Muslins^^sss^^:-' - ^       ��� w"
KUN New spotted muslin for,ladies summer dresses. Choice goods., \^0
jj| Ladies Summer Vests ^*a^s^^> ,.'$"
We   have   a   very   nice   line   of  these just arrived.'   Price \U/
15c. to 50c.      ,,, , ' * .    ��� " rAfj/f
Ladies Hosiery^^z^^^- ,, \ 'm
New ladies cotton hose, fast black, prices 15c,.to 35c.     ,   '      Ktj^
Fresh Cod; Halibut, Salmon, Etc., Smoked
Fish,& Kippers a Specialty. ,     />
Family, Grocers, and Produce Merchants.
Second ��� Street,. -
,   - exsasasssxs
x   On and after this date our prices for
cut firewood will be as follows :
$1 per cord at Mill \
, $2 .,    "      delivered.
Prices Cut for, Cash. -
Fred Robins6n,Manfi.<(.i-'g Df rector,
Get that Water Pipe Fixed.
'II doit for vou.
.ThESPRINOi' STYLES      ,      ~T
are  beauties.    The  Spring  vvill, be here before you
know   it  and  you   will   be   uncomfortable with your
heavy  winter' suit. -    Pick  our your pattern' how and
, have your Spring Suit-in tim'-e.'
New Spring Styles in Woolens.
CF.    B.
^'j     .'jui'BKjin,
''HO ?
CIRIE] ssiyc-A.3sr,
First Street, Kevelstoke.
Our Assortment (of
�� i '
Etc., is the Largest in the West.
Samples Free on Request.
rOS., Victoria, B.C.
McLennan, MeFeely ���& Company, Limited,
Drnyiu^ and delivering a specialty.
Teams ahvu^'H rr-ady at nhortest
notice.       (Jontruel.s   fur jobbing   jj
Plato  nnd Sheet  Glass
B. Wood    Mantels,   Grate
and  Tiling,      MAJESTfO  SJIfflL,  I^A^GfJS  for   Ifqtpl  an4  family  usp
Miners' and Mill Supplies,
Vancouver, - - British Columbia,
; JJi'anclies at Dawson City, Atlia and Bennett.
(Late MacFarlane & Co.)
We are'Mannfaclnrersand direct Importers, and curry a large stock of
ahincos, FtirnaccP, Fire Clay goods, Sciontific and Practical Books, Glassware,
taken.    Ajjont' for   ii. C. Oil Co.    PlHtiniiiiiproods.Acids.Ohemical.sandallotherAHsaypi-'sandMinpr'srpquirflmente
Solo Agents for Morgan Crucible Cooipnnt, BntU?n��p��, Ber-kpr Sons' B��l-
Robert Samson;Ionr,p?-etc
Catiildgue and full particulars tnnt on application,
' i4* u*r*"����*M*


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