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 ������������������������������������������������������������������������"������������������  rnmiirimi  Provincial Library  ,! v  v  ������������*���������������������������������  ESagBBBKOSB  READ BY  3J50  PEQPLE.  wsBKsssaaaa  Vol. 9.���������No.  33.  REVELSTOKE. B. C, IVOVEMBEE H. L902.  THE OLD  ESTABLISHED  ��������� PAPER.  $2.00 Per Year  Fancy and Staple GROCERIES  Dry Goods  Our  largely  Every  business is  Hats, Caps  Boots, Shoes  increasing,  clay sees  new  customers' in  our store.  Are you one of  them?  The .very  large  business we are db-  ing. shows that our  policy     of    Small  Profits and  Quick  Returns   is   amply  justified and appreciated   by our  numerous  friends  all  over the country.  . , If   you    cannot  come  to us,   write  j to   us.     No   order  3 is too small nor too  Furnishings  House  Furnishings  i  large  for  us to nil,  Rubbers ^ janc^   tnc-   smallest  j order   will   receive  '   ,' j.ihc   same    careful  J attention    as  t ,thc  j largest.'    \Ye want  Carpets  AND  Gum Boots  your custom. You  want our Q-oods.  Then why not-ob-  lige one another?  Linoleums  A Complete Assortment in Every Line  /  or  o  <eorge,  n  ' S.' Z^iMLA-IBIOIN-  II.is taken ov.'i- the Uiacksniith. Wheelwright and Implement business.'carried  on'hyW. Molliso'ti'i'.l/Itevt'lstoke.  Wagons Made and Repaired. Tlie Best Carriage .Woods' Kept in. Stock  Tools Sharpened.        Shoeing a Specialty.  Chatham  Wagons and Sleighs. ��������� \\. M. (iray's Cullois,   Cumins and  Express  Wagons.    ileCormick   Mowers   and   Reapers.    Copp  JJros.' Plows,  Hiinows. Cultivators, Potatoe Diggers, etc., etc.  M<  General' Merchants.  . Call and inspect our new stock of   ,  H Shoes, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties, Underwear, etc  All above lines are up-to-date goods it will pay you to see  them before purchasing elsewhere.      Wo also carry  Trunks, Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc  Weekly Shipments of Fresh Creamery Butter, and Eggs.  Our Teas and Coffees are taking the lend���������Iry.llioni.  7W  Front Street,  Revelstoke, B. C.  3>i  YOU PBOMISED YOMSELF AN. OYEBCOAT  This Kail.   Don'r. put it oil'too late and catch cold.  And do not liny a cheap, shoddy one.   They never look well.-  Lei us make yon a coal that will please yon.   We can do il.  ne  fstrt*^"^^"^"!1 <&fofarfarfa<farfa(farfa<fatfatfa<$l&ffa&tto&r&rfcf&tfaffa  4?  ���������. -DEALEIi.   Iff  "Boots,   Shoes,    Hats,    Caps,   "Ready-  Made   Clothing.,   Shirts,    Socks,  Winter clothing, Overalls,Suspenders  GlorOes,  etc.  Hoyj and  Children's   Otlcrcoat.r  and  Winter Clothing at     <cl      *A  ce<s  R^e-Velsfofte   Station,  *B. C.  &  r|fr>  4?  ^^f^f^thi^l^(^^t^(������}^^^^(^(^^^f^^<^fh^^t^l^^^  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Statements of Michigan Men Refuted  Baseless  Charges   Against    Mr.  Rosenberger and ihe Mines   <  Exchange.  In last issue we referred to the  reasons given hy .Michigan men for  throwing up the Eva deal. We arc  now in possession of all the facts,  and in a position to absolutely  refute the charges made against  Mr. Rosenberger and the Mines  Exchange.  '    ' THAT $100,000 It.VKK OFF  existed only in the imagination of  the people who so recklessly made  tlie statement. Such an arrangement, does not exist, and never  existed. All that was coming lo  Mr. Rosenberger, or the Mines Exchange, was the ordinary commission paid to a mining broker or,  agent who negotiates a deal, and  there is positively       .,   ,  NO OTIIKJl   COMMISSION    OK    HAKIS-OI'T  paid to any person whatever,, except the under-wrilers pro rata .for  the amount of stock they underwrite, and which is given in consideration of their guaranteeing the  sale of the first 100,000 shares of the  stock at $1 per share. This" is  honest and just, enough , in all  conscience.  TIlltKW VOWS TIII5 GAr.\TI.KT.  When the Michigan men, who  are responsible for these false reports,,made them, llie Mines ' Exchange took the unchallengeable  course of inviting them Jjy investigate every scrap of paper that had  any bearing on the deal. This  invitation was accepted and the  papers examined in the presence of  C. J). 1-Ianchcft of Hancock, and R.  W. Hanninglon of Nelson,, acting  as a committee. These papers were  found in first-class shape and  exactly as represented.  i:VA STOCK SELLING WELL.  A telegram, has been received  "from Calumet, Mich., placing a Lig  order for treasury stock in the new  Calumet, and British Columbia  Golc!fields"Companj'.  I-KIIPO.VAL O.U.UMMES.     '  It is to be regretted that some of  the Michigan visitors should not  have stopped at mere misrepresentation but went so far as to calumniate men who have done much for  the Fish Creek camp. The following letters show how unwarranted  were the , statements and reports  circulated.in this direction :  Nelson, 13. C. Xov. 11,' lf)02. Having hei'.rd-lhat certain statements arc  being circulated in Michigan to llie  effect that wo do not approve of the  manner in which the Calumet and  British Columbia Gold Alines, Limited  had been floated to handle the Eva  property or of Mr. Kosenbergcrs'  methods in handling said ilotation wc  the Directors of the Imperial 'Development .Syndicate, owners of the Evil,  emphatically deny any such statements emanated from us cither ' collectively or individually and further  wish to state that we have every confidence in the success and bonalides  of the Calumet and 15. C. Gold Mines,  Limited and in Mr' Rosenbergcr's  integrity and honesty. Having been  informed also that Mr. Fletcher,- Mayor of Nelson, had made certain state-  mbnts to certain of the Michigan  delegation while here, reflecting on  the character ol Mr. Rosenberger, a  committee of,our Directors interviewed  him today, mill he emphatically slated  that he believes Mr. Rosen burger . lo  be peifectly honorable, upright and  honest in ' his connections with this  deal and knows of nothing reflecting  in an}' way on his character or business  integrity, and that all statements to  the  contrary arc false and   malicious.  Signed:���������  E. C. Arthur. M. J).  YV. W. Leer, Financial Agent.  .1. Lniiig Stocks. Duncan United  Mine.-: Limited.  Jlarry Mini, J5rol;er and Agent.  Capt.'T. J. Duncan.  J*. Lament, Lres. Canada   Drug and  Hook Co.  ' A.   L. McCullough. City   Engineer.  A. II. Gracey, Mgr. Imperial Dev.  Syndicate.      ,  \V. 1\ Ticrney, Railroad Conlractar.  Nelson.. 15. C.Nov. 11 1902. I have  been informed that certain reports  are in circulation inMichigan as having been made by me derogatory and  damaging to the character of Mr. A.F.  llosenbcrgci\_ I hereby state I believe  Mr. Roseifiiergcr perfectly honorable,  upright and honest in his connection  with the Calumet and British Columbia Gold Mines Limited "flotation and  I know nothing reflecting in any way  against his character or business  integritv.  ,     Capt.T. J. Duncan.  L  ^iling of Titles  J.   Saunderson   Brings   in  Gold.  The Revelstoke and McCullough  Creek placer compan\- have completed and recorded their title to  the ground. The documents'consist of powers of attorney to N. Jf.  Caesar and Davis Marshall and  McNeill acting for parties in England in teres led in the Ophir, hill of  sale from C. li. JJume and W. M.  Rrown for the Columbia and Last  Chance claims in consideration of  25000 fully paid-up shares; bilLoL  sale from j. D. Sibbald of interest  in Ophir for $4,588 'cash and 33,333  paid-up shares; bill of sale,from C.  E. Wood of Barnwell, England, in  consideration of $22,917 in paid-up'  shares.  J. Sanderson, who has been working on the Ophir, on McCullough  Creek, on behalf of the Revelstoke  and McCullough Creek company,  came in Tues'day and brought'in  nearly seven-ounces of coarse 'gold,  obtained by himself' and another  man froni 20 feet of ground in two  days washing. . Mr. Sanderson,  who has'"had'JO years experience  in placer mining in B. C. and who  was one'of the pioneers of Cariboo,  says the ground could not look  belter, and he is sanguine of results.  He had expected to clean up 12 to  15 ozs. but their ,tunnel caved in  owing to the- heavy overlying  boulders and want of timbering.  He considers they were working  in an old channel and thinks pay  Gfrounrl wiil he found hero for a  width of 200 feet.  WIRELESS  To b? Established Across  Canada.  Stations at Revelstoke and  Kamloons.  o  The   government   .will    control  wireless telegraphy in (he,Slates.  J. X. (Jreenshields, solicitor for  the Marconi Company, ������nys a system of wireless telegraphy is to be  establishci^ from the Atlantic lo the  Pacific coasl, with stations at all  principal point?, including'Revelstoke and Kamloops. I'rvt* messages will be half the C. P. li.' rale  and cc;:..niercial messages GO per  cent less.  he Best '  and PurestcSelccteil Tea -that money can bny,  packed to retain its natural aroma and flavor,  free from the contamination of the'odors of surrounding articles, get  Tina Una Package  w  Teas  They come in  pound air tight ieaded packages  perfectly pure.  - ���������  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  '���������..''���������<^sffio^Oalgary; Alberta  We have not advanced the price of  our tobaojo. Amber smoking" tobacco,  Bobs, Currency and Fair Play chewing  tobaccos arc the same size and price to  the Consumer as formerly. ��������� We have  also extended the time for the redemp.  tion of Snowshoetags to January 1st,  1904.    .  A Remarkably  Complete, Building.  On Wednesday afternoon Messrs.  Bennett, Floyd, and.-Dickic, school  trustees, paid a, visit of, inspection  to the city schools, being shown  over the building byjibp; .architect  J. B. Henderson. . Even the lower  was scaled andthe Ji tt 1c group'was"  full of admiration of thegrowingcity  spreading beneath. Trustee Floyd  made an effort to get even higher  but found he had to wait till his  wings develop!  The trustees were well pleased,  with the completeness of the design  and equipment of the building, and  the excellence of the workmanship,  and congratulated the architect on  the result.' The four big furnaces  for heating 'the building are in  place and being used to dry the  plastering. They are so arranged  that oniy two, or the whole battery,  can be used accord in a; lo the  temperature.. ' The ventilation is  exceptionally well arranged, the  foul air being,drawn off from each  room and, collected, in a brick  chamber, whence it is drawn outside. 'Should the draft not be  suflicient at any time an. auxiliary  heater is provided in ' the chamber  to create an artificial draft and so  supply the building throughout  with pure air under all atmospheric  conditions.  The sanitarysj'slem looks to be  a splendid affair.  The basement affords ample  accommodation for a noon-hour  play room- in .stormy weather.  Recess cloak rooms arc provided  for the teachers, and cloak rooms  for the pupils. Two wide stairways  lead to the upper.floor, thus providing ample means of exit in case of  fire or panic.  The building is well lighted.  The second floor is a fine addition  to the building 70 feet long by 35  feet wide, with 15 feet ceiling. 11,  may come in well as an assembly  room or could be subdivided if  lcquircd in the future for classrooms or a high school, as it is also  thoroughly heated and ventilated.  The trustees, the architect, the  contractors, Smith Bros., and the  subcontractor, Mr. Wilson, are all  to he congratulated on this fine  public buildiiiK with which the city  is now provided.  Meeting   of    Townsite    Company.  . Great Improvements  in  Contemplation.  Last week a meeting of the town-  site company was held at Trout  Lake City. '.F. ]}. Wells' and j:  Abraliamson attended from Pievel-  stoke, and J.F. Hume from Nelson.  The company also held a, meeting  with the citizens at which matters  looking to the improvement of the  townsite wcrcdi-ciissed^and it w.'u-  arranged lo, build considerable  length of sidewalk in "the "spring,  and lo cut down the brush along  the kikcshorc 'so' as' io allow an'  uninterrupted view of the lake.  The citizens expressed themselves  as well satisfied with  the  outlook.  C. IM?. oflicials have stated that,  owing to the unexpected development, of traflic, it is the company's  intention to complete the railway  from Gorrard to Trout Lake City as  soon as possible.  ;  The big lumbering enterprise  promoted by \\. Cowan begin,-' to  assume tangible form. Tenders arc-  called for 1,500,000 ft. of logs to be  supplied (his winter.  As showing the big transportation business six or seven warehouses'have been, or are bi'ing,builL  on-'the waterfront. These are  owned by the C.P.U., G/Bl Uunie &  * Griffith.  Wi.-ici'ii  ^j One Pound Makes Over 200. Cups,  '0c per Pound I  Co., Ltd.. Maslcrson  For sale only at  fourne Br  )$.  r������  rocerv  Store I  rocc  P. D  11J  md ui u  \Vu h.-ivi' jnsl ri-cei vi'd hy cxpi i's> (lit! 'following assort in enl of Bill  .uv  HYACINTHS, .������iii;rl.',     "  TULIPS, Single,  NAIIOISSUS, Von Leon,        ,.  CMIINISSU SACKKD L1LLIKH,  WIMTK CAI.LAS,"  Uonip.ii'L'out prici'K.wilh thosu of former  'coin nilralivi'lv ohi'ai.-cr.  HYACINTHS. Double  TULIPS, Dusibh',  XAKCISSUK. Riper \V  'sxovvrmoRs,  CHOCUS, A������-s--o: li'il; and othiT.--.  Into,  vear.- anil von  will   fiml'lhat   wo  I  A.  Miller "������3l Co  KILPATHIOK BLOCK,  Chcmirts and  '<*9    S'iattoner's *������  HEY EI.STOKK. 13. C      ���������  ������   t-   f'   ���������(���������   *   iy   ^   *   -fr   *   <!   -fr   ^   *:   ������'    '-���������   *   ���������o   *   <������������������   ���������<���������   *   ���������f   <'"^   y-h <r   <���������   <'i *   <r   *  Double' Jingle .and  Companies.  Since  T.  Taylor  taken charge of C. \).  store there has been a  of business.  a nu  Oroa t  M.  P.,, has  ."Vs.  in crease  fi  ���������En  1,600,000 Feet of Logs 3 foe for/ in  the River. .   *  The snowstorm had the effect of  bringing the river driver t'o (own  on Tuesday. The eddies are frozen over and it wasn fell that any  further attempt lo drive the river  was useless unless a spell of warm,  weather sets in. There are 1,000,000  feet of logs', in the river below  Boy (I'd ranch and this immense pile  of lumber was destined to the Revelstoke Lumber Co.'and the Fred.  Robinson Lumber Company. The  Revelstoke Lumber,,Company are  determined to spare no effort to  get the logs down.and their drivers  will make another attempt to get  a fair pioporlion at least of (heir  drive through.  #'  4-5  4*  *  rao  ,\y<.' would di.uv yiiiji  U'lition In oiu mvii'iM.-iki'ol   ���������.-^-i.--     ���������*" ~i?2  Out1 of tin.1 most al Iraclivt- stoves made ludaj  Coal and fc  u���������r Air1 Tight Heaters  Fiuirtizes.   Also  mtm, Cook Sieves and Steel Hanges.  f  *5*  if  iN  n'  Our own inal.e of rivrlli'd pipes ihe sann* priivas the patent1'  "alu-avs ��������� lis������~" kind.  ������,  A  a���������*  WRENC  ���������<v   -f.   -r*   .f.   ���������<,   *t*   ���������*-   ���������{*   -f-   -4Z   ���������*���������   ���������*'   ���������'���������   -t   ���������**   -f'   ���������**    f������   ���������*���������-   ���������*���������   -fr   <���������   -f-   **   -t-   -<-   <������������������(���������<**/   t-   ������r  STStagsBugs-ijs'j^.;  THE NAKUSP  Henry Rose to be Executed.  Ottawa, Nov. 12.���������The Cabinet  decided that Henry Rose, who murdered John Cole, in Nelson, 13. C, hy  striking lu'ni with a club, will be hanged on tlie 21sl instant. The petition  for clemency has been refused, and the  law will lake its course. '-'  ��������� The   Swedish   Government  has decided lo substitute electric  power   for  steam,on its railways.   Tlie power'will  be KCiierated bv the magnificent water  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO Co. LIMITED'powers of the country. '  Liberal' Association' Elect Officers.  Al'the. meeting of the Liberal  Association here the following  officers were elected for the ensuing year:  President,   Juk.     McDonald;  Pri'Milt'iil, Donald  Me Donald,  Score!ary:���������A. Wcid. ,  lOxeeiilive:���������T. Donatio, Goo  Inier, .la.-. ! 'ion.  Morris  yj -elsi '^&my   f&S?  Direct from  the GROWER  to "the  Consumer.  Sole Agents, Revelstoke  Vice  lleii-  |--T.������r^?,v^rTgggjm>j-yKO^>.^crw^y^-*A^-*'rT-������r^>c^  the Chridmas ffu'mb-r Received-  A Groat Publication.  We arc in receipt of Ihe Gliri.-lmaK  niimher of Ihe Delineator. To do  justice to this iiiiiiih.r, which for  beauty and utility touches (he hi^he.si  mark, it would he neei-SNiry lo prhil  the entire'lisl of contents. The hook  conlains over MO pilars, with .'i'i full-  page illustrations, of which 20 are. in  two or more'''colorb. The magnitude  of (his December number, for which  72S Ions of naper and six Ions of ink-  have been used, may be understood  from the fact that 01 prebses running  M hours a day, have been required lo  print it; (he binding al-ne of the  edition of 91������,00l) copies representing  over 20,000,000 sections which had to  be gathered individually by human  hands. Th ' Delineator may be obtained from Ihe Leal agents, Taylor  I-ros. it George, Limited.  Several .hands li.'ive arrived, from the  east To join (he stall' of the 0.. P.. It.  shops. ;  P  A  V/"ii  K~4  9  v  a  ni  Have advanced in I  Spring they  My  une  -Uj  Price 50 pep cent" the last 80 days  u'ill h.-.vi: ;iciv;iiiccil in price  -er 'Gent.  Area  Could you find a Better Investment Anywhere?  S. WALLACE, Manage  AMuu  'V  ���������������S3WSI9!������S!!B������l������WSd������������WffiWT=^  ^gnfflaagmaiiffliiBSBi^^ THE KQOTENAYT'MAIL.  ������be IRootena^ flDail  rUBMSHKD  FRIDAY.  ���������.AT��������� ',  BEVJH.STOKR.B.C,  Subscription  Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING'* RATES    on     application  ChanKcs in advertisements limit bu in by  Tuesday of each week lo ������ecuro good ilis-  ��������� play.  JOB PRINTING promptly executed at reasonable rates.    <  ACCOUNTS for printing and advertising  payable on first of month; subscriptions  jiayablc in advance.  COIIRKSPONDENCK invited on matters of  public intercrt. Communications to Kdi-  tor must be accompanied hy name of  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  as evidence of good faith. Correspondence  must reach the office by Tuesday evening.  , Address '  ,    , '  The Kootenay Mail,  'Phone No. 13: Revelstoke, B.C.  We request our numerous readers to  favor us with their assistance In  making- the KOOTENAY MAIL, the  most valuable adver-tlsing- medl-  ' um in the Kootenays by giving  the preference, when making1 purchases to those firms who are  regular advertisers In the KOOTENAY MAI1*  CITY AGENTS.  '    ,  Copies of Tiik Mail may be obtained from  the following city agents:  J. W. Uknsktt. ,  ���������    '  anapa iJituc & Hook Co.  F. H. Vklm.  TTARVEY & McCARTEB  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS. ETC.  Offices :   Molsons  bank  Block,   Rkvkl-  i   stokb, H. C. ���������.    ���������.  Money to loan.  Offices: Revelstoke, B. C; Fort Steele, B. C.  RAILWAY    FREIGHT   RATES.  Geographically Revelstoke is  (o  the C. P. R..what Spokane is to the  Great Northern.'    Spokane   is the  great entrepot of Western 'Washington. Idaho and South Kootenay.  Tlie Great Northern has made it so  because the  geographical position  demanded it, and   Spokane is,' on  account of the new freight schedule  accorded that city, in a position to  undersell   Seattle     and  Portland.  ���������Now   if the C.   P. K. would   place  Revelstoke where the Great Northern places  Spokane,  the company  could make this the greatest inland  commercial city in   the   Province.  The geographical position of Revelstoke demands it, and until this is  done the city labors  under a gross  injustice at the hands of   the rail1,  way company.    Why should Revelstoke have  to pay   a   freight   rate  two and a half times   greater ilian  that in force to Vancouver ?     This  rate does ript affect  the   merchant  or trader alone.     It affects everyone   dependent   on   the   city   for  supplies as these excessive rales arc  charged on the goods and the consumer has to pay them.  Geo. S. McCartkr,  ltevclstoke, li. C.  J. A. IIAWVKY,  Jb'ort Steele, li. C.  L  E MAISTRE <fc SCOTT,  Barristers. Solicitors, Notaries  PuiiLic, Etc.  First Street,  Revelstoke, B.C..  ���������piDWARD A. B.AGGEN,  Mining, Engineer,  (Mem, American Institute Mining Engineers)  (Mem. Canadian Mining Institute.)  Revelstoke! B. <j.  Examination of and reports on Mineral Properties a Specially.  w  ILLIAM A. BAUER1,  ' Dominion- a Puovi.vcial Land  Surveyor.  Surveys of Mineral Claims! Timber Berths and  Ciown Lands.  Care of J. D. SioiiaLD, KbvblstoK':. B.C.  T   A. KIRK,  Dominion and Provincial  ��������� Land Surveyor,  Revelstoke, B.C.'  M  ISS EDWARDS,.  STICK TO YOUR/rOWN.  Wc regret to sec union  men  in  this city patronizing an establishment like the T. Eaton department  store in Toronto, which, is  fighting  unionism and trying to ���������cut  down  the wages of its printers   to  -$10 a  week.    Union men,should be considerate.     They know that in time  of trouble the local merchants have  stood   loyally   by   them, and   arc  entitled to fair coonsideration when  all is going'smoothly.     But  it is  not alone  to union men wc speak.  There'arc  others who  send  their  cash out of the city for goods  they  can get just as  well in ,'their  own  'town.    Often th6so goods don't suit  'and have  to   be   returned.     This  costs money.   When such expenses,  freight and,, delay, arc   compared  with prompt  service and personal  selection of goods'in the home town,  there are few but wilHind  it  pays  them better to buy at homo and ,tp  stick to their own town.  The Ledge gives several instances  of how a protective tariff injures  the home consumer bj' stating Mc-  Cormick binders selling at $125 in  the States are sold in Sweden for  $62.' American nails, selling at $4,  are sold for $2.75 in Sweden. In  Canada with even the present  moderate tariff, Canadian saws are  sold a good deal cheaper in the  States than here, while Massey-  ilarris binders, costing $150 in  Canada, are shipped 16,000 miles  to Australia and sold there for $138  after paying freight.  There is a desire evinced among  the citizens that now the city scales  have been installed the council  should make compulsory the weighing of such commodities as coal,  thus assuring to the consumer his  full measure and satisfying the coal  dealer that he has given full value.  The scale fee was fixed at the city  council meeting on Friday and  arrangements made for a checker  and having the scales looked after.  FINANCIAL.   ,  The Canneries Combine has declared  a dividend of 7 per cent.  Canadian customs revenue for October was half a million more than for  s.imcjiionth of previous year.  The Dominion Permanent Building  and Loan Association for which Lewis  Bros, arc local ageiits, recently purchased the bti.-iness of tlie old Provincial and Loan Association. The  representatives of , the Dominion  recently visited Revelstoke to examine Company's risks and investments  and give .Revelstoke the credit of  saying that they have had fewer Josses  here than in any city in the west.  It docs not look much as if the  tariff is too low. American wall  paper, manufacturers propose to  transfer their industry to Canada."  BANKING.    ,  The Union Bank at ,Arcola was  burned but valuable papers saved.  The Bank of Commerce will erect a  handsome brick building at Xelson.  J. C. Telford of Hamilton, Out. has  been appointed manager of the Bank  of Hamilton at Kamloops.  A. W. Strickland, accountant of tlie  Bank' of Montreal at Greenwood, will  be transferred lo Rossland in a similar capacity.  CLUBBING RATES.  TRAINED MEDICAL AND SUHOICAL  -  .     NUKSE. ������  o    REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Zhe Iftootena? flftat I  FRIDAY, XOVEMBER 14, 1902.  POL/TICS.  Persistent rumors arc circulated  that Premier Dimsmuir, will resign  and b3 succeeded by Hon. D. M.  Ebcrts, who, it is said ' will make a  purely conservative cabinet as follows:.  Premier and attorney-general, D. M.  Ebcrts; finance minister, R. tf.Tatlow;  commissioner of lands and works, It.  F. Green; provincial secretary, A. K.  JlcPhillips; minister of mines, R. Mc-  Bride; president cf the council, C.  Clifford.  Hon.' 'Jas. Sutherland,".Minister of  Marine'and Fisheries, has been appointed, Minister ofPublic Works in succession to J. f. Tarte. 'British Columbia and the west can depend on  their interests receiving close attention at the hands of Mr. Sutherland.  It is stated Hon. D. M. Ebcrts proposes to repeal the re-distribution act  of last session and reduce the Kootenay icprcscntation.  At a meeting of the Provincial  Progressive party at Vancouver Hon.  T. K. Mclimes was elected president  and Chris Foley vice-president.  iron. IL PrefontaineM. P. of Montreal, has been appointed Minister of  Marine.and Fisheries.  ,Sir"Fiicbard Caitwright] has   been  created an imperial privy    councillor  Tiik Kootknay Hail and monthly  magazine, The Westminster $3 per  year.  The Kootenay .Mail and the Pres-  bvtcrian $3 per yaar.  "TiiK' Kootenay Mail, The Westminster, The Presbyterian, all three $-1  per year.  The new serial story by Ralph  Connor, ''Glengarry School   Days," is now  running in The Westminster.  Address  The Kootenay Mail,  ltevclstoke.  V  JJJgJJ_LL_  n  ���������'* ��������� f  13            '          : ���������  ?  (  \  I  Hums:  *���������t ��������������� pn������y e������ iij ���������������������������* yyy���������������p���������m���������mm  i- B     i  o  ULL  Wing- Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese  and Japanese goods.'  The best assortment 'ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  Tea, service-;  Plates  JlnsK-cl s  Ciuic Chairs  Handkerchiefs  Flower PoU  Umbrella Stands  Lunch Baskets  Smoking Jackets  Silk Goods.  For Terms and Particulars as to Sale of Lots, apply to    .     , .  H. N. COURSIER, AGENT, REVELSTOKE.  J.'ino-l, stock of candies and fruit hi town.  ���������    ,       ' Co  Front Street,. Revelstoke.  The Camborne mail service requires attention at the hands of the  Postal Department. In its present  condition it is utterly inadequate  to the requirements.of the growing  Fish Creek camp.  Says the Winnipeg Commercial :  "The, idea of government railways seems"to 'be gaining ground  in Canada. Becently the contract  was' let for the first government  railway in Ontario."  The Fort Steele Prospector endorses the stand taken by the  Kootenay Mail in pressing for a  reduction .of C. P. R. freight rates.  Our contemporary remarks : , "A  governmental commission to regulate rates, with power to enforce  its decrees, is a much needed institution in this district."'  An urgent requirement of the  city .is the 'establishment of the  commercial   ofiice   of the C. P. R.  ��������� Telegraphs at a point convenient  to the business section. The  present ofiice is most inconveniently  ��������� located for business purposes. At  Kamloops the telegraph ofiice is in  ���������the heart of the business portion of  the town, and Revelstoke is entitled  to a similar convenience.  Canada continues to advance  with-wondrous stride.-'.' The Dominion finances for four months of  the year ending Oct. 31 show a  net improvement over same period  la.-t year of over $1,000,000, taking  ordinary and capital expenditure.  For the four months the balance of  revenue over ordinarv expenditure  is *!l!o0p,0001 or taking capita]  outlay into account $0,000,000.  HIGH TARIFF FALLACY.  '' Some   people,   in   the' hope   of  benefitting the silver-lead industry,  advocate a rise in tlie tariff to shut  out foreign lead.     li Canada could  consume all the lead -produce'd in  British Columbia that-would be'all  right;<'but the fact is'tlio total   lead  consumption   of  Canada  is onlym.  fifth of the production of   the   province.     What   is to become of the  other four-fifths for which  there  is  no possible home  market ?      Is it  not a more rational   policv to take  the tariff off machinery, tools,  and  supplies used in mining   to reduce  the cost, so that Canada  can  com-1    ���������      ���������     , ���������, s       .. .  I pains   in the nuncios and joints,   tne  pete in the world's market   for the  hitter   et>meiiine-< much   swollen.   At  sale  of its   surplus.      Won't    this; times   the patient is unable   to  dress  ihiinsoli,   and   the   siitrlitest     iarring  AFTER 3 YEARS.  Mr.   Joseph    Rochette     Released  From Rheumatism,  Suft'ere'd Much  Agony, Jlis  Appetite  Failed, and his Strength Left him  J lope'for Similar SuU'crer.s.  Only those who have suffered from  the pangs of rheumatism know how  miu-h agony the sufferer has at times  to endure. The symptoms often vary,  but  among them will be found   ucute  The expensive editions of Parkman's works have disappeared.    It is some time, since  we sold out the last sets of thcFrontenac edition.  Canadian readers must  have  Park-  place the silver-lend industry oh  a:  unci aggravates the pain.   Liniments-  more   permanent   basis    than    hy!iiml .oaYward     applications    cannot  merelv attempting   to   monopolise j possibly cure rheumatism:   it mti:t be  an ins"uHicient home market. I1���������1*}   tJr0"{='1'   ^ h]u'fy ?"d   iort\  1:1ns purpose tli..-re is no medicine   yetj  == 'discovered   can   r-oua] J)r.   Williams'  AN   IXSFLTIXG   SUGGESTION".! I'ir.k  Pills,    Wh-m given a  fair   trial  'ri ���������   tv     l,    i   w    '   ���������       i     ii    ' these pill-: never faii to   cure even' the  ��������� Ihe  Rossland  Miner insults the; m0ft li:ix-l>horn caw u rheumatism.  M  III  The great demand for Parkman"still continues,  man.    Every Canadian home wants Parkman/    "  In response to'this  demand, wc  now announce the  new COTTAGE, EDITION,  printed from beautiful; clear type; on gbocUpaper, strongly and handsomely bound in-cloth.  The new Cottage   Edition contains  the complete text, as finally revised by the great,  historian.    All the last additions and notes are included.    It also contains the entire series  of maps and 30'historical engravings. '  A MOST acceptable  * A Christinas Gift is a  box of " Ryrie" station-  cry, stamped in relief  with a monogram. '  V?c engrave a steel die with  any three letters, as shown  above:  Sump from it 120 sheets of  choi;e noie paper:  And furnish envelopes to  match, for a total cosi of $-1.00.  The"die"willlnstalifc!imc.  Write for our new catalogue.  mining industry by holding it up  as a pauper which must depend on  state.charity.' Our contemporary  has the audacitv to remark :  lev  Rochet to. a ive.'l   known  ' reeid'.i.;   of   ."u. Jerome,. Que.,   in   an  ,' interview  with a reporter of   L'Avenir  !du   Nord.   offer.-strong proof   of   the  value   of lit. Wjjii.un,*' Pink Pills   in  Tie  Jewelers,  Yongc and Adelaide Streets,  -    ���������  Toronto.  "The _ mining industry can no  more afford to pay a lax upon its  product than it is.aide to pay boom-  time prices for labor and -uppiie.-."  It is an insult to the intelligence  of   the   comiminitv   amontr whom  \.  /M'\--"  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A.F. & A.M.  *   TI10 regular meetings  ~y?"      arc licl'l in the IWas-  'ca.-f.s   of   thi.^   kind.    Mr.     Jtochett"!  i'-ay--���������"For 3.early three yea r.-i J ;va... aj  , ijicaE .sutler'."- from  rheurnati-.m.    The,'  ' iniin^ feeni'-d -it lime- to   all''Ct  t'vory ;  'joint,   and  t'lK: a^onv 1   fiid tired   w.i,-,1  1 t'.-rril-ie.    f'oiji"tini!- I   could .-carct-ly j  jmo'.r   alicidt,   and     \\,(������   uniittul   for j  d,���������    m;,,,     .;,.,   1",*-     .1    *        1       ' WMi-lc.    Tlif trotililc :itl'(.ct<'d niv   npije-.  the   Miner   circulates   that arch a , ti.,.,   ;ilu| ;��������� thi, W;iy,   rny   ^J^\  charge should be made  against tln:, hirr-arr-1   and my condition   liecaincj  mininL' industrv  and we are   .-a ti--'-' ",r(' (i'-1'l.<r;tlilc.    I tried a number nf; revelstoke lodge, i. 0. o.j\, No 25.  fied that no mine manager or m  >-=���������    Vi-itiiu:   brethren  -^-' cordially welcomed.  !l. CORDON'   Si:cKi:T,\riY.  '    1    1" 1             ���������"'                                   ���������      ! reliifdii-.s. but nothing helped   :r:e    1111-! ,,   >���������!-._        itpsr.iliLr in'p^tinir^ are held  led that no mine manager or ,nin.-;u, , was a,lvN,.f| ���������, tiike /���������,  wi)li,m.; ^ftt-gfe*   nW^Kj^  nvestor of   spirit   would   .-nAw'.Vuik   Vuh,   and    tli-11   ndim   c o.1 ^f^^^o^^At^  inch a miicrablr'   scntinn-nt        ''"'if i ,il-i>d;ia)ly the pains ("i"l m", my upl"! ' 'WWo'^  onrdinllywclcomwl.  .   .      .    , , ,        i lite   improved   and f 'un iiim   "-jcitlvi  mining liirlii-trymu-t and ran bcai.t,.,.,,^,,-,..,,,,].    ,.,./,���������.,.   ,,,,���������,  tl  its   share   of    tin.  Country,   and    only  intelligence   in     the  would suggest otherwise  iMft'-Il      .1  luxation   of the ' do/en bii\c- my lii ,uth and vitt'.r   c.i-  i -lid.   li:;>t 1  f''lt li'-tier ili.in I ilid    !.<-  Ol'c     the     ll'ijlilili   liC'.Ml),      I   have    Jldt  If. ���������-' \V|j,.-.')V, N,<;.   J. A, .STOXK, K. & I'.x:  tl  II'  mcane.-t'  c������iinin uni I v  < Hir William MuJock, Postmaster-  General, is to be congratulated on  the success of J,is administrnlion  which has resulted in the deficit of  $800,000 a year in the postal department being wiped out and a  surphrsdn its stead; and this in  view of the fact thai the letter rate  was reduced from three cents, to one  cent ������nd the all British rate from  five to two cents. l  The light which the C I'. It.  engiiiPiTK'n put up against (he Income: t.'i.x was bin ked by 2001I  argument. They pointed out that  the, extra subi ry (hey earned wa-  by arduous overtime, that they  were under great disabilities, owing  -ince   bud :mi aein' .>r ]���������;��������� in. 'uid f   fe* i  jenin incell   tii.it    Dr.   Willi,in,-'   fink'  ! Till-'   aie   1 lie hi-������(    im dieinc    in   tie.-1  Wel. Id  f'ii   1 j|. Mill,it i.-l;l." 1  l>r W'iljiin;^'I'ink I'iii- a:.-.-old jt>  1 very ei\i|i/,ed l,in.l.;iii'l (lii'b- eiioirn-.  on- -,:i!.. \~, due I'luiri-iy to their great'  rnerii a., a ini'dieiiie. 'I'liey r-urc .ill i  -ueli lroiililf'3 ;'.< rhfiiiiiaii-iMi. ,-ciatie;i \  ������)((;inolor .ii.t.\i,t, iiiirii.il jiiindysi.-', i  iitr'.oiin bead;i''lie;    kidi,ey     :iiimcnt'-, '  SELKrilK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  M.'i-f-.' t:vrry  Tue-diiy  ,-, {- ~v^    f\.'iiiii������    i'i 1    Si-lhirk  y) 'X,ril11 ���������'',' '' f''<:'"������l<.  VNIliiitf lirelJiren cor-  ilialiy  nivl'^i   to  at-  K.l!'i.  J. OL-riIKTT, N'. (J.        ,      J. MATrllK. See.  The works of Francis Parkman are the only books of Canadian history, that  hci  ecomc classic.    Parkman is the only historian of Canada  who ranks  with the'worl  oreatest 'historical writers.  ivc  Id's  Parkman's books arc not dull, dreary records of mere facts and dates.    They are full of  fe and romance and color.    They tell the story of the Canadian past .truthfully, vividly'  and completely.  'neuralgia,   and   th''  \\f;il:iH--.~f.������ ���������,thn t \  allliel   i-o many wiin'in:    )'(<   not   !"t,  , The pioneerstatesmen, soldiers, missionaries, mingling- with red savages in the wilderness, are living characters in Parkman's pages.  The mighty drama of the colonization of Canada, and the fifty year's struo-o-le between  France and Fngland for possession, is Parkman's wonderful theme.  ' MORANG'S  , ',  -omr-  ' ju������t  to the heavy  insurance,   mid  lodge j;l,iy dealer persuade ym, u, t;-:  expen.-'es they   bad  to   carry,. and ,''"g   eK,- wliie], he may -ay w  that the proponed   maimer of '>  ing the   tax   was,   unfair am  trary    to     tbo    intention   oi  legislature,    Mr. Glon.-ton, of \or!,h | ,\v "'"* ,,      ...     .���������,  ' . Onl.., and the pills will   he mailcl pos  in id   at 50c. per box, or six boxes   for  . gpf-fg  i'eiul, ably represented the engine  men, while C. Wilson K.'(,'., fought  the legal aspect of the cause without cost to: the men, who feel under  a great debt of gratitude to him and  to I\Ir. Cloiisfoi'i.  ���������$2,50.  COMMERCIAL.  .I'a'cific   c.'dde'   rates are fixed  cents a work. ���������',..'...  5(1  PKICF,'  . ffulilicr-  !        St.'iinp'.  1    v- I  >ot;ay  ! Sea id  . Wax Seal-, I  Sl."t,riN       I  I'rici! I  Af-ukert,!  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ORDER FORM.    ���������  The Kootenay Mail Publishing Co. Limited,  Revelstoke, J3. O.,  Please, send me the Cottage Edition of Park-  man's_ works as advei Used, in 12 volumes, bound  iu cloth, price $20.00. I enclose $2.00,.unci will  nay you or your order $2.00 monthly hereafter  until the whole is paid, the books to remain yotn-  property until paid forin full,  Name..  Add re  CUT OUT AND  MAIL.  t'  GE0ME N. MORANG ft CO.  UMITKD,  90 Wellington St. West, Toronto,  0?  i'-  ]  v r-.  ���������  '.w  /  %  S^  ���������^.t s.  I  o  o  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  P  i  ,<������������������  The  FIELD.  Theft From The  Hotel.  C.   P.   /?.  4000 Men To Be Employed.  The' theft of some $350 was in  cash from the safe of the C. P. B. Hotel. The combination of the safe  was not properly closed, and the  thief had thus an easy job. Suspicion fell on a Chinaman, ��������� on whom  devolved the duty of sweeping out  the ofiice in the morning, but it was  a difficult matter to work up any  evidence. It was however thought  he had sent' the plunder to a friend in  Vancouver .and a search warrant  was applied for, and a Chinese ��������� laundry visited by the police. "No trace  of the missing money  could be found.  It is now practically decided that  the C. P. It. will make a Start in the  spring with the new piece of road at  Field to do away with the "big hill."  The new piece of road will be run as a  loop up the north fork of the Kicking-  liorse. Much of the work will consist  of cutting through solid rock and' will  take a large force of men. The new  route will give a 2J per cent grade between Field and Hector." It is stated  the C. P. B. will bring in 4000 men  from the east for the work so that  Field should be one of the most busy  places on the road while the work  lasts.  THE MINES.  sh  'P  SALMON ARM.  old ,his   ranch" to   a  have   purchased  "������������������'s   Pass,   has  Mr.   Blake  Chinese.  Kirkpatrick Bros.  Mr. Coughlan's ranch  Mrs.'Burritt, of Boge  been stopping over at   the   Arm prior  to leaving for Vaifcpuvcr.  The Presbyterian manse'is nc'aring  completion. In about two weeks Bev.  Mr. (.'old and family expect to take  possession.  John Armstrong has left ranching  life and gone to be an apprentice in'  the.C. P. B. machineshop- at Bevel-  stoke.���������Province correspondent. i  Jos. Harbell's house is progressing  satisfactorily. ,The lathing is soon to  commence. ' When finished, it will  make a valuable addition to the valley.  Logging camps are beginning' to attack the forests once again. One has  gone in at Mill Siding under Mr.  Kuttan; Peacock is again to the front  at Blind Bay; Xbrman ' MeLeod has  an army of men east of Sicamous.,  Local sportsmen, three deep, are  promenading the lake shores. Ducks,  geese, snipe, all find safe hiding places.  It is a great pity that settlers and  hunters should so , forget themselves  and the law as to shoot grouse wholesale and ship them for profit.  FIRE VALLEY.  The Frank mines are ready to  coal.  The Triune aerial tram is now completed.  Tlie Stemwinder will resume in  December.  .  The Black Warrior has temporarily  shutdown.  A new graphite mine is being worked  on Bidean Canal.  The Giant has struck ore on the  low-level crosscut.  Boundary shipments will this year  exceed those of the past-two years.  War Eagle and Centre Star have  increased, their shipments to 000 tons  a day.  A strike of eighteen inches solid ore  was encountered on the Blue Bird  group.  An ore chute 12 feet wide has been  struck on the Copper King at Mt.  Sicker.-  The 13. C. mineral exhibit of the  Glasgow exposition is to remain in  Britain.  The mineral output of British Columbia this year will be $3,000,000 over  last year.  The Pilot Bay smelter will probably  be utilized for the concentration of  zinc ores.'  The Trail smelter is again reported  sold to the Gooderham-Blackstock  syndicate.  Bcpublic mine is selling $100,000 of  bonds with a view to resuming  operations.  The Giant, on Woodbcrry Creek,  has been bonded to Sweny and Stevenson, of Kaslo.  The Spokane Smelting , & Befining  company is to become a pttrcbasor of  Kootenay ores.  S. S. Fowler, superintendent of the  London and B. C, is an advocate of  higher tariff on lead.  i nd  mis-  (From Our Own Correspondent)  ' 'Deer are very scarce this fall  prices linn in consequence. '  Funk , Bros,   have   had   the  fortune to loose a valuable horse.  The new Minister, Mr. Campbell, is  expected in. and will hold service at  the post-ofiice.  Mrs. G. Old is at present at the  Ili.spital at Bcvelstokc, and we understand has had a successful operation  performed.  Mi. Upper, Chief License' Inspector  and friends, were here last week on  'official business and a little shooting  as a side issue.    Result, bunch'grouse.  The Thunder Hill camp people* who  ���������have, been anxiously waiting the  arrival of row-boat from Nakusp with  powder,'had their hopes realized on  Tucsdav.  NAKUSP.  From our own Correspondent.        .  P. McCalluin has the machinery all  on the dredge and boiler set.  Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Moir returned  Wednesday from their trip east.  Our first snowstorm came on'Thursday, ft fell about (J in. and was very  cold on Saturday.  A family has moved ,in herefrom  the Territory in connection with  working the sawmill.  M. McCarthy who has been relieving  Mr. Moir as C. P. It. agent, while he  was east, leaves today;  J.Dougiil returned from Field where  he has been working on the C. P. R.  telegraph gang for tills last month.  The Yale-Columbia Lumber Co. is  just finishing 10 sleighs to be used in  their logging camp down the lake.  Three of our sportsmen went out  last week to see if they could bag a  deer or cariboo, but returned as they  went with out seeing any, and looked  rather blue.  TESTING THE HEARING.  "The Journal for the Deaf," contains in the July number a description of the proper way t,o test the  hearing, written in such clear language as to be of the utmost value to  those who suspect that their hearing  power is dimibhing. There arc also a  scries of plain talks on the prevention  of ear diseases, the care of the ears,  and a description of the new treatment, for deafness, the Drouet Method,  which is gaining a great reputation  for restoring the bearing in eases,  where other forms of treatment have  failed. A free copy of "The Journal"  may be obtained by addressing the  Secretary, Drouet Institute, Regent's  I'ark-road,, London, England. A  special feature of Ihe "Journal;' is the  enclosure of Patient's Report Form,  by, moanti ;of which anyone can obtain full particulars and free advice as  to the use of the treatment in their  .own ease.. '  ��������� ���������     ',���������'���������'��������� ������������������   ���������.  The Crows Nest Coal Co. will reorganize and issue $2,000,000 of(bonds  to develop the mines.  With their new ovens the Crow's  Nest Coal Co. will be able to turn out  050 tons of coke a day.  The Velvet is shipping ore averaging  $20, and a rich streak running 5 ozs.  gold has been met with.  . B. W. Hanningon is now in charge  of the ��������� Northwestern Developement  Company's ofiice at Nelson. t'  Work has been suspended at Michel  the trouble arising over the discharge  of Evans, president of the union.  Jim Ward nor has successfully  floated at St. Paul, the' Thunder Hill  property at the head of Fire Valley.  H. N. Coursicr has been appointed  broker for Revelstoke for the Calumet  Company wliich will operate the  Eva.  D. J. Kennedy, foreman for ^be N.  \V. Development Syndicate sit������ Gold-  fields has left the service of the company.  The Ymir'Gold Mines will be reconstructed to provide more capital  for development by an ^assessment of  3s. per fclnre.  ,,D. G-. Forbes, superintendent of the  Great Western, has applied for 300 feet  square of the foreshore of Trout Lake  for .erection of ore sheds. , '    .  A strike showing 100 ozs. silver and  20 per ccnt.zinc was made in the lower  tunnel of the Molly Gibson at a  vertical depth of (500 feet.  Eastern advices state the flotation  of the Ctihinict Company, for the  operation of the1 Eva at Camborne, is  meeting with great success.  Trail smelter deducted 10 per <cent  from ,the silver values of the Capella  at New Denver���������the heaviest silver  deduction in B. C, smelting.  It is expected Raymond Allen will  have the water from the Camp creek  ditch, turned on this week to wash up  on the old channel, which looks so  promising.  The following claims have been  located on ICcystoneMountain : Black  Bear by W. Haley,'Crown and 'War  Eagle by P. It. Peterson, Silver Iving  by J. Soards. '  A recent arrival from the Bend informs us that Gus Lund's claim in  Ground Hog Basin is looking, exceptionally well as the ' result of recent  development work.  The Northwestern Development arc  making great improvements .at'.' Goid-  fields, and among others are building  a new and commodious bunkhousc for  the company's employes.  The Kootcnian says : "John Carton brought samples of ore from the  Great Britain property which gave  assays: Mountain View, 32 oz. gold,  141 oz. silver, 7 5 per cent copper.  Old Cariboo is again coming Jto the  front. On the Point Company's claim  on Lightning Creek $3000 was taken  out. in six days. , Some of the old  channel wash ran an ounce of gold to  the bucket.  INDUSTRIAL NOTES.  Winnipeg parties are negotiating  for the Genelle sawmill at Nakusj>.    <>  '  G. O. Buchanan will move his mill  plant from Duncan city to Creston.'  J. McMohan brought in. his driving  gang from the Big Bend on   Tuesday.  It. Samson intends putting n force  of men on to cut firewood next   week.  II. Nash, hardware merchant of  Sandon, is introducing an acetylene  gas lighting system of his own device.  W- Fleming intends going thoroughly into the wood business and  has bought a sawing plant at Vernon.  Pine bas gone up to $20 a thousand  in Ontario, hemlock from $16 to $17  and other timbers show 15 per cent  advance.  Having purchased the timber at  Ramsay's Ranch the Fred Robinson  Lumber Co. have put in a winter  camp there.  The Slocan Ontario Lumber' Co.  has been granted a bonus of $0000 by  Slocan city. 100 men will be employed in this industry.   -  Sawyer Bros' sash and door factory  is terribly rushed with orders, the  resources of the factory being taxed  to the utmost capacity.  The tailoring industry is exceptionally brisk in.the city, at present. J.  U, 'Grossman is employing 11 bands  and ,B. S. Wilson's staff is fully employed.  Sawyer Bros, have completed the  installation of their electric light  plant at Ferguson with the exception  of the wiring, which will be shortly  fixed and the plant put   in operation.  S. McMabo'n's blacksmith shop and  carriage factory is full of .uvders.  Sleighs with'covers are being turned  out for Bourne Bros., Taylor Bros. <v  George Limited and Hevelst'okc Wine  and Spirit Qompauy.  ���������  Rowland Brittain reports during  this week 551 patents were issued,  Canada getting six. R. II. Casswell  and W. E. Burns received this week  their M. S. patent on the improved  milk strainer, reference to which was  previously made..  The Revelstoke Lumber Co. arc  making improvements to (heir mill.  They have enlarged the buildin.r to  give more working room, and have  arranged to add moulding machinery,  which will be in operation in spring.  The mill is also being lighted by  electricity.", A big log, drive is now  being brought down the'river.  LABORS CALL  It, is reported the men working   for  the    Laborers   Co-operative    Mining  Association on the Good Luck at Golden   struck   against   a   reduction  o  wages.  I   | 7 /  i.v^,> -:-  Hi  Furnished Homes  A Well Regulated  Jewelry Store  r-  ityZfcy&W  Jo Guy Barber's  in as well worth a  vii-if as tin ,-nL jr.il-  lery. Tlie Jowulu!  :tud Silver Sniiili'.-  Arl ih one ol the  oUkhl and linest; it-  productions iiinuiig  llie meet, extjiiNiie.  IfMicli tilings are  net nrti.-ticthey are  of little value.     '  ^  c.  '' Certain good is  better than uncertain  hope." (  ���������  Certain value, up  to tlie Makers' price,  stamped on the sole,  $4.00,"?5.50, is pledged in every pair of  "fheSiaterSfioe''  Comfortable ��������������� Beautiful]?1**13*   ^f-13^  e f.V. S.   "Archer" or S. S.   "Lardeau."  ;    Itijiining  between   Arrowhead,   Thomson'F  Landing and-CoroapliN, commencing Oct. Mth,,  ��������� iflOl."' will sail as follows (weather permitting):  Leave -Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  andComaulix twice daily at 10k. and 15k.  Leave Coniaplis and Thomson's Landing for  Arrowhead twice daily at 7.15k. and 12.15k.  Slaking clo^e connections with' all C. P. R.  trainband boat?.  The owners reserve the right to change times  of bailing-: wiLhout notice.  THE FKKD ROBINSON LUMBER CO. LTD.  F. ROBIXSON.  ' , Managing Director,  ware that wears���������''''1S-17 .Roger liros  Swiss and English Laee Curtain."  Large  Illustrated   Catalogue oi  free of Charge  d  r-  Fronch,  Samples  ers  Furnishers to all Classes.      Victoria, B. C.  I (Sg:'-<'a5a..,'-iw=gggnre������cr,^rT!������ru^.-;fnwrti  Goodyear Welled.  B. HUME & CO.  Sole Local Agents  ~~~ ONION-""  DDY'S  "KING  UDWAKD" 1000s.   ,  "HEADLIGHT," 500s.  .   "ISAGLli;." 100s and 200s.  "VICTORIA,"  '    "LITTLK .CO.MET." '      ,  FOR SALE  EVERYWHERE.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Man Lines.  Cheapest Route to tfee Old Country.  ALLAX LINE-.From MoistreaL  lJ.iri.-i,in Oct,  N'umidiiiii   -      -      -    ' -      -      -      -     OcL 20  Tuni.-Mii Xov. 1  DOMIXIOXJLIXE-  -From  Boston.'  Merion      ....  .  Oct. 15  New England  -  -   Oct.  ���������������  Commonwealth  -  -      Xov  0  ' Are the best that can be bought. ������  Don't experiment with other* and inferior brands."  USE  lEUDlDY'S  fro;13S3jzE'snasa5K33'"EE������  BRANDS^-*'"InsOSS^>  "Our Special",& "  H. A. BROWN  REVELSTOKE, ������������������   -  l he Union."  Pk  B: G.  ���������      MISERABLE NIGHTS.  What to Do When Baby Is  Fretful  and Sleepless. , ���������   ���������'  It is wro^g lo take up a wakeful  baby from llie cradle and walk it up  and clown the'lloor all night. Jt demoralizes the infant and en'slaves the  parents., Baby doc"s not cry for the,  fun of the thing; it cries because it is  not well���������generally because its stomach'is tour, its little bowels congested,  its skin hot and feverish. i It'clievc it  and it will sleep all night, every' night  growing stronger in proportion. Just  what mothers need is told in a letter  from Mrs. 10. J. Flanders, "Mnrbleton,  Que., who say's :~"1 cannot say too  much in favor of Baby's Own'Tablets.  They bave,-WDrkcd like a charm with  my baby, who was very restless at  night; but Baby's Own Tablets soon  brought quiet sloep and rest. J shall  never be without.a box while I have a  baby." Baby's Own Tablets cure ail  minor ailments of liltlcones, 'and are  guaranteed to contain no opiate or  harmful drug. They are sold at 25  cent; a.box by all dealers, or you can  get them'by mail, post paid, by, writing    direct    to    the   J)r.   Williams'  Jas. I. Woodrow,  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In  n  BEEP,.  PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season:  All orders nromplly filled.  REVELSTOKE, B. C  Corner   Doitjrlav  and King strcfuU,.  Medicine   Co.,  Sehenectadv, N  I3rockville.  Out..  or  Dan Mann is accompanying Pittsburg parties to British Columbia who  are going to test a few low grade  properties with a new smelting process.  If successful Mr. Mann will put in a  smelting plant to trout ores of North  Star mine.  Manager McKenzic says of the Lc  Red : "There its far more high grade  ore in the mine than was at first  estimated. The main stopes arc left  untouched at present. There is more  than one vein in the I.e Roi and the  main vein is as good as ever it was, it  is untouched, but will be shipped Inter  on."  At theaiiiiiinl ineetiiig of the Hall  Mines Co. it was reported that development work had failed to locate further  ore bodies, and exports, advised the  limit of the oro bodies had been  reached. T|io mine was then leased to  M. Davys wlio had .f-i.0,000 of ore in  sight. The siiicller paid a profit of  125,000 for the year;  CLUBBING OFFER.  The Kooti:xay Mail' and Weekly  Free I'rcss are ottered, from now till  Dec. 31st, r.'03'.for if2,7o.;,.,Tliis, not  only means that Clew subscribers  promptly takingadvantage of this offer  will1 receive fourteen months subscription for the price of one year, but they  will obfai > also "-'three additional pictures,making twenty-live'in all.  Subscriptions and addresses received  at,oliiceof  Tin; Kooti:x.\v Mail,  Revelstoke.  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  SANITARIUMS^  The most, complete Health Resort on  tlieconlinciiLoi North .America. Situated midst scenery unrivalled for ffiun-  deur. llo.itinf', .Fi.-Oiing, Kx-rur.-iions,  Skating and Shooting. ' Ifosidenl Physician ami Nuino. Telegrajiln'c communication,with all liailsof the world,  two mails arrive and depart everyday,  lis baths cure all nervous and nuisciilav  diseases; ic-> wntfus he.il nil Kidney,  hirer mid Stomach ailments, and chin  inate all, nielalic poUnns from llie system, lis water.-, cannot be Mii-passcd  for their healing virtues.  Special  Winter Terms :  Per ' Week'.  9512   'to   'Bi5  KING   EDWARD   VII. Scotch   Whisky  iWi   i"l\^ ls a k^110! qI[ tnc products o( the most famous  |il!^& Distilleries of Scotland's Western Highlands,  and is'relishing to,a healthy, manly palate, with  a fullness of flavour and bouquet clinging to it;  ,   DOMINION UNE-Krom Portland.  C'alifornian     -      ���������    ' -      -      .      .       Oct. 25  Coloninn      -      -     - ���������    .     ... Nov. 15  UEAVEIl LJNE-Kroni Montreal.    '  Lake Ontario Oct. 16  bike Erie ������������������   'J3  Lake Mc-gantic "   3������  AMERICAN LINE-Krom New York."  St. Paul      -      -      '-      ������������������ =^r--=--.=-Oct?!.'-  St. IxhiN      -, Oct- 22  Philadelpia     ..,-,.      -      .      .      Oct. 29,  St. I'.iul '    -      -     Nov. 5'  ItED STAlt LINE-Krom New York,  Kroonla.id      ���������      ���������      -'    ���������      -      ���������       Oct. 18  Zetland      - ���������    .      -      -      -      -    ' -    Oct. 2.5  Kinland Nov. 1  WHITE STAI1 LINE-Krom New York.  .Teutonic ���������' - 'Oct, 15'  Cymric,    -' Oct, 17  Oceanic   ��������� ,  Oct, 22  Miij������'������tio      -  '  ��������� Oct. 29  Celtic '     Oct, 31  CUNAIJH LINE-Krom New Yoik.  Umbrl.i Oct. 18_-  Liie.mia   -      -      -      -   ' ���������      -      -       Oct. 25"  Elruria - ��������� Nov. 1  Passengers, ticketed through lo all parts of  Great Ilritain and Ireland, and at specially low  rates to all parts of the, European continent.  Apply to nearest railway'or steamship .agent or'  to  T.  W. BRADSHAW.  Agent. Kovelstoke.  W. P. F. CUM MINGS. Pacific Agent.  StOTCH'WHISBf.  TJHS CONSTITUTES THE GLORY OE  ^Cs:ret^������������'prjcTjg^j>^yJ^  ,.������.������-* ������������������AJI ���������*'*��������� ���������'-'  Distilled on the Estate of the Duke of Argyle, Argyllshire,-  by Greenlees Brothers.  Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Company, Limited,  AGENTS.  ggBasaaenaaaggsmaES  Tr.-iins U'ixv'o  REVELSTOKE  Eahi.liouiHl .  StiiithlKiiind  We&llioimd  Daily '  8:20  8:10  17:30  Tourist Car Service  i  ST. PAUL,.,..'....",.- Daily  TORONTO    Tuesdays and Saturdays  ,'.MONTREAL and" BOSTON.:  .Thursdays  For full informatitin call on  or address v    '  ii.j: coyle.;  T:-w:bradshaw,  ���������.ylA-.G.r.A.,:   , ���������.     t������ .-"Agent,  VANCOUVER.       REVELSTOKE.  B. C.  A2RAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  NowJv  liuilt.     'Firsl-clf  iA^=.Tt������'3acta"S  Does Y.oup Food Distress You ?  Al'O }TMI   IH-l'VOllb."'  Do you fi.'i'l older th.-ui you used lo?  is your appi'tiU' poor?  Is your iodkik; coated willi a slimy,  yellowish fin? .  Do you have dizzy spells?  Have you a had taste in the nio.ith?  Does your food come up after eating,  willi a sour taste?  Have you a .M'tisation of fullness after  eating?  Do you have lieartlimii?  Do you lii-lch gas or wind?  Do you have excessive thirst?  Do you notice, lilack sjiecks he fore the  eyes?  Do you have pain oi oppression around  the heart?  Does your heait palpitate or heat irregularly?  Do you have unpleasant dreams?  Are you constipated?  Do your linilis tremble or vibrate?  A re" you res-lless at night?  Name   Age  Occupation   Street number   Town State   If you have any or all of the above  symptoms you probably have Dyspepsia. Fill iii the above blank, send to  u-\ and ������e will mail you a free trial of  FKPSIKOLA TARLETS-unfjuestion-  ably the surest and safest Dyspepsia  cure known���������together with out little  book���������"Advice to Dyspeptics.*' Regular >ize Pi'p-ikola Tablets, 2.j cents, by  mail, or of yout druggist.  AGENTS WANTED,  WANTED  lo Mill PRINTERS', INK; ���������a  journal for advertisers���������published'weekly at five,dollars a year.  It fundies the science and practice of Advertising, and is highly  esteemed by tlie most sticcessliil  advertisers in (his country and  Great Britain. Liberal commission allowed. Address PRINTERS' INK", 10 Spruce St.. New  York.  class in every respect.      All modern conveniences.  Large'Sample Rooms.  ���������   ,    Rates SI.50 per. Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout   Lake, under  same   management.  '^n'ay'houseI  COMAPLIX =====  Is Now Open for Business     -.    The Best House in Town.  Well Furnished    -   'Good Table.  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  ,    W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  ~~~   <fa  r*fr>  (p^^^!^^^%^^'^^^^^^^^^^f^^^f^t^^^t^^\>  Kor first-class leather write  ���������   V>������  Vancouver, B. C."  }lritN-li Columbia A|;cnls for (ho celcliriiled  "PENETAWG" Sole l.c.illior, fill, Soles mill  If pel Pieces.  Harness Leathers, Bridle, .Saddle and Slo'i t-  i������{f Leathers, tucii mid I/iti^o licaLlicix, U|i-  per I.eallier.s of all Kinds.  ���������Mmiiif.i''hirers of Closed l'p)iurs or nil  rtos(H'l|iliiiiis.  .Slioeiiiakers' Tools and KindiiiK-, Saddlery  Hardware, Hides and Oils.  Two thousand Jleer.skins W'anle.l.  Catalogues and price lists on application.  E-b^A   I   tlMII   V*>    and Copyrights  " oblained in all coimlries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  .Mechanical JCnglneer and ])nuij;!ilsini'ii,  Bunk of Ii. X. A. Buildings. Hastiiif,'s Street  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.'  A postcard will ecciiro an evening appoint  inent for tliose who cannot call during Die <l.ij-  HOTEL  Seeds, Trees, c  Plants, Bulbs..  300������  GREENHOUSE PLANTS,  for, Fall Planting. ,  Glean certificate  from   inspector.  CUT FLOWERS.     ' '  AGRICULTURAL '  IMPLEJIENTS, "  , BEE SUPPLIES,  FRUIT BASKETS,  FERTILIZERS,  Catalogue Free.  J. HENRY,  Westminster Road, .Vancouver  Whitk Labor Oxi.y.  M  ably furnished with the choicest the market  Wines,   Liquors,  Monthly rate.  ���������iflb  rci  Rati.  :S-$  H  Best  a day.  & Cigars.  J-.     ALBEBT     STOISTE.     PBOI  Ono Ulook !roa CPU Depot  and Stcn:n<>oat Vi*)iai'vcs  Hi furnished andlRe-modelod  Rates $1.50 to $2 per day  J1  PELLEW^HARVEY,  BRYANT,   &    GILMAN,  Vancouver, B. C.  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYERS  Mill Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  I Checking Smelter Pulps a Specialty.  Have You a Doubtful Piece of Rock?  We'll Tell You what it is  FREE OF CHARGE.  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  il. DOWSWELL, Proprietor, - Vancouver,   B. C.  ffliffiiillii  Standard remedy (or Gleet,  'Gonorrhoeaand Runnings  IN 48 HOURS. Cures Kid-  nor and Bladder Troubles.  rET3  r������������  Raw Furs Bought  Cash Prices Paid  THE LAXAK0LA COMPANY,    .  15 Vh^ky .Stkkkt,       'NEW YORK  jS9i  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  OUf  /toons in,.Suites zvit/i Baths and   Toilets attached, flowing'Not  and Cold Water; Inside Toilets on each Jloor, Gas Lighted and  Steal)/. Idealed Throughout. '  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       . '    GOLDEN, B. C,  Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound  Is Koccessfnlly nsed monthly by OTer  '10,000 Ladles. Safe, effectual. Lad leg ask  your druggist for Cook's Cotton fioirt Cca-  J. H. YOUNG-i  Proprietor.  Exporter of Purs.  .jjest bnuids of Amines, Ijquors, and Cigars.  Travellers  to  Fish Creek--w-iil ifihd excellent accommodation  at. this Hotel. , 'v ^' ��������� ' ��������� ;,��������� '  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price and two S-eent  8tamp3.   The Cook Company Windsor,Oni.  B&~Nos. l and 2 sold and recommended by All  tesponalble Druggists In Canada.  No. 1 niul No. 2 arc t-old at 1 rout Lake by K.  T. .Abey. und at, liovdstoko by \V. Uc������-������, O. K.  Guru's, and Canada Drug.fc Hook Co. Druggist t)  *!������Lj������������ "Wood's TtoB^hbaiae,  .   The Great English Remedy.  Sold and recornmended by an  druggists In Canada.. Only reliable medicine discovered. Six  . _ Jf&NAE^IxJckagcs guaranteed to core all  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of aboa������  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on recelp*  of price, one package $], six,������. OnewMpieak,  HzvnUcure. Tnmphieta free to any address.  Vho Wood Company, Windsor, Out.  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The ihpst.speetaeular.lireseeiVinNew
York:.\vns;;tbe;destruction.of,i(he -New
.^'iiljiainsburg���..-���. "ljridg'c, on; ;Mbn'cl;iy^
;hn:b]ying'a 1oss\of;half!;tininiou.    ;, t,
':v::;TheJ;eKoi ;indU'arK;igle-Cci)tre Star
companies^ are ;^qii'ii'rr'elihg.:.'' pvei' the
���\i /petition.;)iai;;heifin,iikd^:w|iid;:i;iip;
;fh;e;paper.'- ���;'���'���..���'������.:'������:,���'��� :"���'.,';C.'':.'..���'������'���"���:'.''''''������'.���
��������� The' siio\\'stonh pf hist' week extend-'
severely;fe'ltat Gbldeir'a'Vi'd Fidd." 'At
the-'fornier tpwii .the-thermonieter, w;is
li vc dcgrops-; b,el6w/zerp; ���:,' ���',���.��� ,;���,'  "���''   "'..;:."-.*
';..'' -.-N o.;. /-- 2;r:f j^-o-Jiii 1 ]' 1 jjiWyij^o'ii ;..'i'i 11; c'ii'-' ".-'i'l'ii -
proved for city,purposes.;1;'A'-partition
lias.;.hee'i'V run- up'to shut oil' tli'C"^stair-'
w;iy,:ind 'ii'-'portipivciit oil and soreehed
in^for'tlH! usev.of;lho;eity':0(]i^i:i'|; hi'
doing'tjieir.onicoAvprlc/   -; ;;,;; ���:':,,
:;";A;: nicetihg of 'the; jJ.O.'press^Associ;^
tionWas hekl at IlalcvbiV JiiSD:Sundnv.
siding, ylfc was decidqd tb; change .the'
pWh-itiylfyColliiribia'i: visext^hVee'ting
;y ���Tlio; ;;;:Kelson ���������������Bpa'rtl. ���: :of;'; Thido;;:has'
called ':';fi.:-vC'o'n foj^.ii cp.f o i*^ii"i i n.i'iig.vrii eii ���:'!��� "si t
jWiiys-iind'hieahs. tlie X;ibvcrnhieh.t;.hiav
.of.;:-: i-li'd*:-;i:Jcifitl.;----invi'i j iig_.;>V'ifi,n"ci.-;*;''-:;"-:iciii'cl i-'ctl;.
jiid,ustrips.:';-'V-;'I''.���;(?:/:.;..i' '.:7^':--:7:f.'-i::A-:--'
L Tiie-peoide/of^^yiJiiier^hiVveSchahged
tlKi/xni.psfc;?.]irpminei]t,; peaks:  ofC the'
.C'^'illiviiimoiiili.;: of-���TprPn'tpy whoJuis;1
been .:.one;of; the;vheaviest .::;miiic,;*M-;'
yesfpi^,; iiH3a?iOy;]i"optPn;iiyvi ��� ^A'hatlier'
peak-lis'" calleYl.': Ali'!.:-;.Fai*i]ham;v';i:[tpr
Paiilding ���Fa<hhaihy;pb^pjvv!i''ol-k,;v:'iiiid
ulio isyJicavilyyii'iierested ;iii':; ���tliplrpn
Cap;]i!ines.';-yy"v.,..;:'';;'';' '���;;���  ;���'. "7, "/������/'���/': ''':���"..;
The���','. Best in the World.
; "'. Mail us lo P>oyal Crown Soap/- ;';
' Wrappers, andyih:return w-e-/>;���
' ..will imiil a beautiful Picture
; ���/���, :'.'��� size;lGx20; or for,,2o Wrappers.'.; ^;
"', your, choice of over 100 books^ .:������'
.,���;:��� / Drop, us aV'ppst card' asking"
for.'a 'catajogu.o of premiums' ':
.,",   to heliad; FltKE. for- 'KpyaP; : :'
���,���'..''; Grown, Soap.;"Wrappers. ;���- '��� '"'������      '���
..' Address',.-"'.-'';-'' [���^������.���.'���.^���'.^������,-''i%:.',^:. ������
;L;:/,-.;; ���''���". ,.;,f-Th;e Royal'Soap-1^).,
���"; TJic Qu'adrills Club meets tonight^' ;:
."��� yCourtOirt.'Eegbiclielda. smoker t -'on
.���Monday:.;,'.'���''.:,;-    , '���\r':,: ('���'," : '���;;;,'���" /���".-;'::���-.,������
.   C; Paget returns to JJectbr ,.Sunday;
inorning.';.'",;". , ;  ';'/,.  ,.;,;;' '������/;,.���'���'(������'��������� 'y
������'���.,King; Ed ivard...-,\vas,;-,('l ';years;.pf age'
QiV'Suiiday.; ' \;V\^[.M..-.'���;/���?''���������,������;��� ���'.��� '������''���.������-'"'..
. >;Mrs. J.; Giilcy
cbitstTiiesdity: ,;
.���"''���Mrs.".'. Eistcen
social Fndav:>:: ���
gave :. an;; enjoyable
McEul'v, Jlobbs, Scotch song, Bey. W.
C. Galder,���'.recitation; Miss /Valentine;
song, ;-;Mr.,,,-^essop, quartette, ,;Misses
Cook, f Dunny: Maguii-e;; JessppV spng,
M.iss McPae, duet, "-When ye gahg
awii;, Jaihie",by Miss'-'Durin and' llev.
'W. 0. Ciilder, thjs.it.en! being the gem
of������'?.the evening, dubt.yMisses;; McKae.
���Refreslinieijits''were.then served and 'a
most; enjpyable evening' closed ��� .with
the national anthem:':;     ..",���.,'-.'.,'v.'". //'
'; 'Boots and .shoes for fall
weaivat;Reid;�� .Youi'ig's.;;--.;;, '',.;;��� '���.;;;;;'.'.
:;."'."Yd'ti'���'. can save;', nibney by; iiisii'ring
'���w'it.h'JI;/:]!\v,Gpjirsiei,.^;"y^''-,'',;^''';,'';'.,;. ������::^:',;/���
::': Great'- viil ues^iir Pot's ;sphbpl;. suits'
and-overcoiits at JleidyA'Youhg's^.
'���-:. JJourpP Bros. 1 iay p'on 'salei thisweek
a, .splPndid cpnsigiiiii'ent-bf celery...;
.;'; Rubbers,' Mcu'^,; .^Women's'��� yand;
Ghildreir's; ' a, new ���- lot at..; Heid; &/���
���Y'b'uiig's'. ���'".,:"��� ' ;v;,> ;-'���'���'"---;'!';; .''.,'������;'���'��� ''.''������;.:::���
;:.lv Guy Barber,'1 niadc his forthightly;;
trip of inspectiwrover tlie-G. P.'Rv-; as
f:ir as Field this week- ''���(;���:���
. y^popbiiysa box of'Ped I��ii)g;ajiples,
tlieli nest lor.���tlip"ni6hey \ye have ever
oilx'recl.:���DyihTlume:;vt!fib?;;;:,-,'������ ,.;-,';;
(, ;;.TlVc.;; C;VledbiH^in';J*estaui'ant;; being
^Strcetls; bjciiig-'wel) 'pafron'izedVyy;;';.;
yPadiesyJackefs, finest quality.gbbds'
ami;;, i ii; ii'iaki ng; th c: bos t,scq ''.thorn Y lit;
���;.   Miss Bessie;/Sawyer";returned .Ivbih
tlip'eastAVe:dhes'dr;iyYY. Y;Y;.'-������������-'.;���'Y:'Y "Y
,;;:PY.'Dufaiilt  goes'tbl'wbi-lc
;Blue;;;Jay-this.winter. Y,^ ";';Y:
':���������:. t*Y;; S.YVfcCarter returiiGd;/;;yesterda:y;
frPmatrip'-lo; Calgary-,'-.,- Yyy';'YYY;YY;v:Y
'.Mrs. / Wl: :Ay'insor Y/liiisY'gonc;.Ylb
California for the; winter.; 'Y'cyY, ���[,"��� ��� -.;���:
;Miss���'���.��� Kehher is :prbgi;essijig;-; favorably at'lhe city hospital. -Y Y;1', Y;YY .
;;Mrs;:;T)iv 'Gross; entertaiiiedY friends',
iitli eliehie;party- 'ruesday.'- .: ';;;'-.;Y ;Y
ut;rlb,^vYbuirg'gave'a' plea'Sii'nt'ilailce
:,;YMon't]]]j'; ;iheetihg:V;lield^Fi-idiiy.
Present;:';; YciTliP'.' r'May or/YAIc] Y Law,
Manning,.McEeod,/. ]iuine;Yfiiy]pr,
arid' G. ,^.Yi\IcCartcr, ��� city, ^solicitor.
���^'���<''���' i-Yj:';A.cp^^i?^M^^.'.yyy]f\:i:7y
;YCYMv!Eield asking ;;-\vJiy'Ygupplies
foi^'Nb.;! Y BrigadeY?;lhi(iY ho't;;^ beeii-
provided,; why J: .Shaw was required;
to;'resigfl' aiuPT;; Bain --was not;? ;;���;���"
���-���Kit,was statedYreqiiiremehts,;;were'
under bfdeiYYKega;rding"'MrYSli'aw,s
ppsifion^tlic.Mayor"said ;MrY"S]iaw;
li ad; to;; a c ii\ a s:;poH ce m a n Y': a rid;; Y'i lie
pblicccoihinissioners'cbnsidered .v;ho;
liad,a]i;;li6'cpuld"do Yto ;'Yrttientl;Ytd
i'Uiii't: Y, .Mr.' Bain'did-ndt bcloiiK'tb;
Carpenters Wanted:
; Fifty ea rpen ters wan ted at once, six
months work,. Apply to J. Kerna��(han,
Key'elstoke or Laggan;    '.'.,.-..
Valuable Property- For Safe
Throe acres of land adjoining station
grbunds.:  Apply-to'-'-. . ' ,,.   . ��� ,'
yY,--:--;-������':'. Yn/C;FRASER,  !
"������ Salmon Arm, W. G.
TWO Resideiioeo on HckcDzio Avenue, wit
-modern improvements, Si.500 each, on easy
'���terms.'.   ���",...'������       -
TWO Re.sidei7ce.son Tln'ra Street .east, very
- convenient for rail way men, Sl.tOO eacli
' easy teriris.���',.'.'��������� "'   . ������ ,.. . -,.'--
ONE iiesidenee on First- Street east, cash re-
���; quired-goOO, subject to inortgage. ���
Apply.to v;:" '; .-, ,.   . -..,.-  '.', .
'-   HARVEY, McCAIlTEIl & l'JNKHAM,,"���
t :
rpII.lO ��� 'TIME 'for receiving ��� tenders: for,;'tlie
J- .������rJSJelscmy H: t.'��� public biiild.iiig'.lieatiii^.'ap-
pai-at'ns is lioreby extendedfi-o'ih thelath to"the
iltlv Noveinber, inst,;;.. ,';:-.';.?. .:;;;'.'.".;...,.:���..���.���-���'.;..'..
';'���;.:.;..;/;,'; . ..-By..order; ,.Y;/.Y-V-'V.'V.'v,::-
���;���������"; ���:,:,- ��� "������ -'> ;>;: yy/: ;:''yviuwti-RiAxas .:,;;>:'
'"'���'���:������ ���';.������ '.������?; ���.������',���������'���'���''��� ;": '������>:.' ,'������'������.',' .': Secretary.-'
Deportment of I'liblicAVorks,.'     a ������������������.;.������.'���' ;;i
;���'���'���, OltaWa, lath Noveiribre; 1M2.'-  >:���:*:'���'���. ..-"'
' 'N- ''J' li P. ;����� i;i pe^LYj n ���; it-11 e.../'] o e-ai:':: ;t ti i H"^tl f'
A gnewV PI tit eli isoijYOn.'"v t-iitV- :��� si.i i t -for,
reinoval-'6f buiidjilg'hiis;;'!iyen'heard;;liY
 '" ;'l,he''
Ce i 11 nV i;rJf 6 tel ):i& brajni i ii son^B r os; Y o -"Y
:^'.Here are; bargainsYfor:;yourY winter;
vegetablesuppHeslTurnipsv $1' per 100
lbs.; Plt'rs,nips;Y]U:per;pOOYlbs., Cabbage
;*P;pprPOO 1 bsYYy Yira'leyV Yi; Y' Y;;; -:Y;- A %
YYA. YGraig'and'JY,;Kiiicpatrick;; have
ha Ice,:; s tngp^ ���;.Ptisihess: Y': A.;;;G riiig':Mv'i 1,1;
;:\^heh:;you;;com;e;Ytp Pevolstoke ]inil
tlip;Gehtral'-Hptel;; hu's;- W\take yoir to'
a ���:;. good ��� ��� li bi.c'j v Y.Y.^V)^"!') in niso n.:^'- .Y, J3Vos^
Prop^Y-Y-'-'^;;YY';Y:,YY''Y-'o- 'YY;;-'-/.;!-YY-'"Y"^'
aylorlh'ps. ^.George'Liihi ted .
doing an lmnienselSusLnesslnicarpefs,
tlieir'-direetYinipOrtatiohsTof v'yBcotch
and; English ''go^dsY;pY'Pving,-;;favpi'ites:
���������: .hiuiity.'ah'd^olhfprt:xblP;Pse^rs/.'flie;
niPStY popular Yvinter -cpitt^fpr'^ijoys'
'yir;'%;'..P v.e:irs, and;o'n'l6';;^vlVicli^.i);l,eusieis::
!tlie;.yQ.iinjg- wearers 'as lu'ucli' as^t;Ydpes;
tlie; 'p;il'enli,v-'^2..7"';Y;tpY}$'1.75YY.X
'P.'?). Y?'! V,' e Yii t ..'G'.: J3.'. -'. li i'i i i i e'.-.'tfi' Co;
'ir:yV-.''-Br'ow.h;';!;Vicc'ri'fes. Av J. 1\J
pire'vGJ  S. .McCarf'.;',YlCxeoiuiv
Melhie.; AAPPlnkbani; iY;MVPae,YV.A.
"opt'e/and Glh'jtuiiXe/ ; J.c \va.; decid-
t;-,;;Y .Eeprese'ntatives.Yof^Eastern;eajiital
;; i :v\-hp i'f'lia.vp'- 'beeii iiPihe'disti'iet;'for;; a
;';fforthiglitY in���cdnncctiph-.with'-"a;'���;-lti'm-
'YY)ber'dealy,left;by;Xp.^; on;AYednesd;iy.
.;-' 'The."'��� JTclsoiv cityYelectrieflighting
;;Y byla^w iiow,advertised .shows;''tlie *doV
;"'��� hiestic rate 'the samp as at'.Pevelstokc,
:. the^business andoliice;ilat.rate.25 "per'.
' 'cent higher. Y . YY; ���;''"' '   "Y'-^YY ,:.,
';''������ ���    As,; tlie,.Archer was niakin'g ' theu'ini
���between Comapiix and yArrowheaddn
Y Monday   she ran across, a, duer1'���'wli'icTiivet.been 'made.	
; -'was'swimming/the lake; Y-Tho ahinial jYYr-., i:Y . ;;'. ::.;;..; ���"..-���' ��� ;.',... '���; ,".;.;
Y ,was;.; lassOedY by M. WinslowYwho ' is !���''���,���-"-'';ci'.<?',has been;a h\e{ lamiueln  fha
.^keeping.ltalivfc ��� Y - ���',;; '���' :��� '\.";;-;  ;.;,.;'.",''; ,',i'.CIt.V. t.liia week.   .. '.(.IwingV.io ��� tliel'Usv;
���-,-'""' .���,,' .Y',"*; -.,:;,: 7. ���)% -v   ..,"" ; :;';,-= |;seas'Pn;. -and rihe.  sudfiYn:; -advltiY'Y'
.-;.:, v-.-l be. -remains   ol .P.,    Moran   wercLwin'fer  i.o w.opd-liadYbrejv '-.int. 'r��<lv
���!;;Proug;ht:iromX;o]de!i tp'Kcvebtoke.onJand'tiioiiirirtliere liA'-abYuY'
,; .fcaturday and,pn SuiKlay^llip-funeraltljrewooctdealei
'topkplace fronithe-lat'eresideiiee. .of'
' ^deceased.  ; .TherciYwas.alhrge atteiid-
CliamOers (--���a't
o, ue's too n, viis; ;l o... wli et li ei-, ;'tl'ic.
slioulcl tax'-'-'-th"eY'']i]'aiiitjfVs.'^dls't's:i-^
.appeiiP';was'Ytakcii;:.;;byYT.^ .:YTheY;\vY AfindiaihsohYAddition,-!
:!cott;aeti# ipK;uie-M
;McCarteiv,. a:ndY5:P;(hldiani.; a^
(^f��Pfl^."|tsC  .,^1.^
;6 f' p ] tfl'^-'.h.ii'rlv'ireff ti'i,i vs;. t li c-iij" 6ji ii'fcnrtY' td4 posesV;A:r. :^f;>': ���': K-. '-'��� --.vk ���'-^ ��� YY>
stax;-cpstVoh,l>otlr;thc''^ ���.-,-.,-,,    -,;- -. -..-..��� -.. ���-���,,. ���,..���:.-,-,���.,....���.���..,���., ,���-.-.,-,-.,.-=-,-. ������������
't!;ie-'aJni^tk-YY;":Y;Y:;'.;';':.; ?;Y',:-        .Y''";r;YI .'.'������;;. h;oOTKXAy;,:M^rr.^nU';;\ ,.ibupt.:Prabley-iuHl;J.;,M..;K.e,lhPr;;left
;: Y"'.,:: \': Y^ YY Y";"Y';vYi'.;;^YT":-:;"
'Al'P i'����i"'illlheeth;i-oiIIkv v;(:i!ilin
;:;;;M;;\y'inslOw,'PfYYComaplix;,- spentYa
fewYlays;'i.n; town .fhisYveelv."';'." c, YY,Y
;J.YM. Doyle returiipd;th's;;week from
visiting;Tn.'iitPako a iuPPergiisoh.';.:(,;
'i'Y;Mrs.' "M'ailleauxj of J3e'atoii= is 6jiY- a
visit;;to Mivaiul^Irs: SYlP^iNeedhaim
'''���,.' JYA--Taylor, of ,ArrO\vhcad;Y;arriyed
in the city/last evening. and'Yr'e'iurns
tbinprrciwiYi. Y-Y:Y-. .;;-;;;Y^Y-'""Y'V Y'Y'-''/;v;^-
;, ''"ilAM'ttV^teyjAriiid ^Gco;'Y'Ga!dwe7]:.
weht;;tpY^otch;; lIilJY;Tuesdiiy;lonYYr:
sho6,tipg:.trjpFvY;J-:.-,Y;.--'--;--- ^vY^Y'YYYw^YY
; ;:;rilrs';Y-J,HAY MantOjthYhaM.bee/Yrap-
.poiijtP(l'Y;jpanager ;;Yo.f;Y^lfc.;YStephPhy
: Y M"rsY;;McConnel 1Y Y;'sistpr;,;''Pf;Y[iivi
Nlsjt'tbjSppkiuic^YY-j YYS
J'. B. ;M'aokchzie;Yd[;Gbhia;piixiyereYliY
L J11^ "c i^i-Y 11 j i s l"<y eje Iffj" ;'v:Y^ ���'YsY'v -Y-^l"!'^i v /'^ ^Y"VY-/V--/? Y;'
;Y; D.; .&Y;Ta te'li'a^:. :r^
Ppssland-'city sclvpOlsi.Y-YY-YY'YyY'-YYrf;
Yl-Y/I' ;;:M^KihiTOhY:has;;ljeoirY elected;
S.;. Shannon',;.resigned;'''y^YY' YYY''}(J?t
Y^Geo-i Galdwplh :.returned, yesterday;
front Yhisliuntihg -trip aV^otch/YHill'
bringing;a;deer.wjth'hinpYYY;YY'Y. ';Y;
.YI. G;jWelch, thp;;wel 1 ,knp\\;h,as.s;ayer
yy} K.ing,Ed:Wardi)as; adopted v-thb YsehY
siblpYpracticeYof; .hayiiigY.hjs i;iiehu's;
'priiitccpinYl^jiglislrlnbtciidYof -'^rpiiolv.,
KelsonY .brothers; of;Y^J.rYlA\"ardJ;nian.-
ager;ofYai61s6h's;.Ba.nky. have;;;dis<sblved;
.:Y'"-ir.';G..: .K;ijle'e'i),i;gp^v<?iii;iiipiit; ihspectpiY
lei'edifcfprYthc;; excel leh'fcY^ork^l'ieYbjts;
done;at''Se]sQh;ahd7BbssiandYY,;:;Y Y"'
2Y:'brigadebut' Aviis -"CxYoilicio
;Y'lV .tt^
St. PPter'sYclinrch.to'purciiasewing
of; sclipolYhiiilding^JleferrbdvUo;
���AVorksYCdniiniUee.'Y;--;;'' Y;^Y,YY %yy,-!y',f<'
dead;" fallY/buY Bdyle ; A'vcriue-iind
I'sliqukl ,.;ihave"Y^
��� ������(,'��� -.-I . ���. '������Y, '���>'>.��� "���"'���    '   ���!"'.-' ". '*- ���- ���������a-   ' -������ '-,:���-' ''''  '.'��� &���-"
'y'/! Ry '-0! pj'clbiiiisicbd'YlO YcordalY^yopd;
for *;-po\ver]]bhse.^TehdersY^tdYY-he;
yyiM essfs yj)vlii n CyoW 1 ] i s- an d-;Pagbty ���
���pbintY'referrbd to inc,;abbyeY;lc|tpr.-^;
pit; by'.���', cpbrt;.Yhbus?e Y&fc;;Yagaihst;
JtV"".umlur l,lie;'���'AsSL''ssiiieiit"Act," will,be held
at Hcvelsloko; in ,t lio'Cojirt House, 0" Wednesday, December 10l,li, -11I02, 'at; 11,o'clock in the
forenoon.:,.-.' l'-:<- ���/...}������������ ���"���<��� ,''.'--".>;���,;���'��� ���"���:::������.'.* ?;';..������ ������'���
���-���;;-;,yy^yy^y.': -: ;-:,, w. ^..niciCEY^v:; '
���'���.���������   JiidKoof'(.!ourtof Iievision and Appeal.',
lieyelstolio, Noy.';i:!tli,'l!p2. ;;:,;Y  -'���     .^v-Y.Y
;. .In tlie'Cbuniy Court of Ivooteniiy holden at
l.evelstolce   In the matter of the estate of John'.
V. l'.oyd, late of Itevelstoke.Jj. C, deceased,     c-.
> Aotice is hereby ��i ven that all persons liavinc
claims against the,estate of the said John'1)
IJpyd Avho died on or about Uio'21st day of May   ""
A.1J.,.1<I(C, are required to send by post prepaid
pr.to deliver to Harvey, JleCarter. and lJink-
hain, solicitors for the administrators, on,, or  ������
belore the Oth day of January; 11103, their names;*'���
addresses and descriptions and a full statement"'^.'-:
of particulars of their claims and the nature of  ,
the.securit,y,(if any),bold by them duly certified, ,
and that, alter tbe.said day the administrators  ���'
will p'roceeiJ to'diHlribute.the assets,. of,; tlio;.
deceased ;,aiiiong the parties entitled   thereto '' :
having regard only to,the claims of Which tlicv
Shall then have notice; -,-���'���' i),. -������!, '    ;.,-���;
Dated this Gib day of.November; l9o-"��'    ������"'',',;'���'���;���"
"������irAltVKY.'rJIcUAKTIilli-, and J'lNJCHAH  W
solicitors lorT. W. Ilaiii,���.l. i\r. Kellie and Alex!  '
Mellae, ftdiuiiiislrators of the said estate.-'-;;;-:,;./;Y;
������' '%���'-
��� M-
- 0s
��� 'f
Alice,-Alinaaiid "Mother.J,odu Mineral hlniiiis ���'���'���
���;;!;^��atejii the.J.m-deaii,,Jliiiiiig;;Oivisioiirof:'
������.������Avest Ivpolcna.vi.listriei,;. x ,. ���::-'/\iV.- ,������'..���'������-.(.
\\ here located: On Ibeilividebct/jjii J.cxiiiir.
Ion-and Pool creelrs.: ;     .'-,     :;*"v        .    -������ ny
;  TAKK XOTICIC that I. AViii. K. I)overeu'x,'���
aclnif,' as, agent I'orAV. .!l...l,.1(.K'.soii,  l.'rec Miners. Certillcule.A'o.. llSIWlii,'.-intend ;; sixtv '
days from   the ,,date  hereof, ���to -a jiply 'to'tlio
MiiiiiiK;itecpi(Iei'for a.Cortilieate Of lin'proV-e-
inents'for the purpose of,.'obiiiiiiiiiB"a Crown
Orantof the above claim.   "���-<,;
And;.further,tiil(e notice'tliat,.action,.iinder''
section A,, iun.it be coimneiiced.' beloro (he issuance or .sucli,CertiIleate bfjiiiprovoiiieiif?.  "������
'��� Dated this lEthday of October, ;l& ' ^   : - Y '
GprporfttipiiYpf:, the|Cityj pfYReveiltoke
; J.,.,l'jcrties;inlUie,ilcity,bii::\vhieh.l.a,xes are in
arrears, is directed to S.vctidn 6.0. Sub-Section,
l;ju, of thfi'JMunici]i:il Clauses -'Act,;which pro-
:;,vi les-.tlia'l, where Mi'txus Jnro liyirreiirs l'or,t\vo:
years'-a sale iiiay'lu^lield lor. tlio,, ('.ollcelion,of
the same,;.and nl;:.such sale,.,all: taxes'. then. dub
oil 'the; properly nia'y bo included; ''l-;1'; ':ryyv:. '���'���;���.
;^As tliecollecahni of: iliese butstaiidinK'laxos;
of,the city,.tlieYCouncil; inayibe'.eoinpelled .to
put iii. operatibn; the; power "conferral;,'bj'vtlio
���nlii.byQ;.'e'n'a'��tiiVcii't;;':;���'.;���.'���;.;';-;���;v'���.���������.���:���:v'.i'i.������, ���:.���������;;;;.-,; .;;;;,;.;;
y-"-:>y. 'yyy-r- yy-y,y'y,y ;;,ir.-ij',iJOYP,-;--;;;.,i:;
;YNo\u;;i:!,.;i!)Q2.;!��Y-;'.j;, Y-i:YY; A.J- !Mb' ;��erk.';Y
.AvasYrcSoiyedsfo/aineildHbe sobediile
'a'SYfol"] 6>ysY.|Y', Ylilln s!.iirK'n<S.6r ��� Ya' ge'iyti5.'':.��1i,5;;
pan y.. 1|; 10 'per'b al f*y et ti',' f u 1Y dPa lavs
YY;Y 'YvYYYYjCiKNEiiA P. )y"y
Aid;; Tii'v-l or aslced :f re'o
lvi'fi',lciv for '.drill Hal |.^G ranted
Tlie; balance.sl'ie'eY'showed:,a cri'.Hl,ife'-'oi''/Giihl'riiV:':'g'o'yeni.orsrY''jUaii'it''-V^
,i:;NAy;AlAn. oiticpY,Y--YY" '���y'''')::U
YYGiir';;,>tock'; bf,,;....Goiit's������'������Liiit'd'.. alul
.���Unli,uedYi:''G;lpv<i3;''' and ��� Al'ittS: -is'Ythe
largest;  )vp .'liiivcY'-b'.'er shown Find -in
{;Nvaii'H-a!i: that yrairdollars'Ysp^ritAvitli {
>';; ifrYpitcksbh;has,resiihied'his;f6riher
ppsitioii as.acCOuntanfc'Yof ,:the;Pcvei-'
stokc Wihecand.;Spirit-;Gohip;iny;aiicl
^lr, ; P'arham;; has;' heen '.. tippoiiited
aPPourit.iintand';secretarv; forY Taylor
ligbtYYtviid ��� ,>S\\a.t6iv:.Yf or'.'i ;"]-ips'iii tal :^
G rant Pel y yy -^yyy yyyy; ;?;Y"::;Y'YYY:Y;Y
;a,lY3?fcrning'sYand ;;tpY;p.ulv;;i:6ofY;pyer'
tlie; PityY spa lcsi:;>;-Y;YU;;y*-;Y^;'YYYYYY:Y;'-
������; 'T!ipquestion;pf, ciiargcsYfor..;use'
of city'scale;Ywas-di'sGussed;Y:Y;Tiie;
,'   '  ���'    ,;y A.;   ',";-';^,'    J:1' "������������-- ���������-r,-"'-"i ,f; Vvin'-.'.-ci'i'ni'M-'crit-h-i'iv'���>> I'IkV- ���T\-('��.iv''i-.' ��� "''' ��� ���-���''wei'son lias -liat
(.u   tp^otteii,-y.io.ll,],iK  Um pai;y ,;|>I2;.>   .'    .> :yty.,j _r'.'n ��� ���,:r.!-n���v���'(- G,V -  "".��\ S'Oiiiir; Alnca   Mroni -
Im'     i'l��,V    nf   .,���   i*     -1,,,;.,   -, i; ,   - ., .- I., i 11II Ui   htO'.i.;a.���w.   1j. .11 tiille lV' t'O.     ��� . ; , y ,   ���������-',-.,   ,,',
. /"" ��� Yi.  -:.     ���k-':-:^ -'^f;.;t!p,Y';i '!':'l- ;'u-''i^-':' Y;'    '' - ,���������'";; ';,;:''.';���������;,"'���,���,'. ..'-r ;.. ���'orinprly., of -Pevolstoke:
i'pcj uire; $1.50.a iid; im a rra i>g.'MiiV-ii t
h;is JY" ^Y ;J. lienry;fi;he;\v|llPiKyivn
f.cdiiy'c!:- ;,'seedsnt;>'nY ;,.is '; lu!-,M,!;;iC,
j-tahlesYpivUnYbig'eastern seedYlv;
YA; "few-'- daysYuro henl'ed; ar 'ruro'ittoj
i order.lor.'haft atMiyiJ* seeds.  ��� ^o;ne.of
J'fheseA'.-.iti dowlnl'i'
'���-,; ;ance at' the funeral.   ���'
��� YYY A's'Y-SOoii- as.thp; drill  liSll is co'.m-
' .pletedGapf. Taylor- intends :rc-organ {���/,.���
Y-iiig the local corps1 ojltOcky;MountaliY
Y KangersYwltlran ���en.tirelj'vn.cw-.','Scrviee''
' roll. yl:t��is intended to open'' the'Ydri 11"
;;;,ha]riwith a grand ball.;, ^-,'YY .���      ;
Y.llon.AV;; C. Wells.\Cp'inmii53ipnor of
/M'orksY'had^long-interview: oit: Prir'
day'with Sir NVilfred'Paurierancl Hon.
';,���-.Cli'fi'ord.- Sifton liv regard (o 'subsidy
YforYNewY )\;estininster  "' bridge.   Ifji:
��� lauP, the elaiiivsof ;lJi'ifish ,Columbii|,
,, ��� very strongly;before the Federal Alin-
:,-'isters.  ���;-���'  ;.-';-'��� ���������.;��� "^'z ;;: ���'���'���'������ '��� '':',' ;""������
.,,, In Ihe preapiice of a,' .distingaished:
Ygathering of--ine'hdri-Yji.-;t'Jiicen''��''.l;hi-'''
;. vepci[y,--;ir'c.,nfora J.'ioiiiiuglast, week'
. laiihtlie lYitinilaHon, s'to'he of ,'tfie Grant
��� -..Mbmorial ijail, a fine liinestono bujid-
���,,iug. erected hylneahs of sfibseriptiunY
Yto the aiiiOi'int of almost tfl'tUJOOYfroin
���University friends. ���'-..���.".'���"' '"".���     ���'���
Y Slid tli ��� Pros., G'.infractors'  for   tlie
"������Rc'volstpke sehoOlidiaye -Ln-i.-n .awarded
the coiitraef iYrr'th<;  iiewiconrt-liuu-e i
at   Greeir.vi'x-id.Y'-��� Tlie'YVc.v.s.reiiiark.':: ������
"With a reeci'd  for 'sub.-i.'iiiu.'il
then., nppfars.lo I..;  litiJo duiilit
they,will .���li.-i.i.'nake a'-gtiMpjob  of
Greeinvoodroiiil-hoiisc," ' "
lias;, been .; thP'Yohly, <;oi
a t fenipt- to ii.1.1 Yin   Order:
i.'- ^-,
i :i!
' TV Pi: i
I-. i.iQY.>.::
eparn;icrchantS;:hl:;f!!4Y'eity it hm also,
\k-q\x impossible'  t;Y: iet .Y.ialc.: ':-The-
anthracite .region . was-': not, 4s
PeyelstokdY alt'h.PuglV'.'Y^'his. ';;e
a dozen ;Poa lYhln'es'wi tlti�� Y.
300niiles';-Y Y, Y:YY -'  ,'; Y
.-; ���' NEW BUilDUmS:
���"'..IX' McCarthy has 'j^t, a eontr!.
bubd.' a 'cottiige. ot')'t';iir(l,^i'J:e(?!;
GY P; 12; niachinist.';-' '���;:���: ,Y': :,    ,,,;
:->. C
j,   J. Sanderson has.'had a letter, .fioni
Morris' YK.pb'b'
aii-'rpiaiiis,o'f; the heat ���' there,,but ; thinks,
tin; j tlie; YcouiVtry.'^
\Si;-.;;-vaipposes;to,go;pi,os'peciting.Yiv '���������y:-:"yyy'^;.
Ac the���'.dafjcc-.at'Y Mrs;i;Y'--IJp'lt6h's' on.
wili dowl.tless biY^hiinied'E to |;Tutiid;ily ,"'j?llb '^oiib--'jI'5..[.;.c6iipies look
<;;',-:���: . ���./������- ������..���������.���.������;:.', ,;,!.,ti!J ,J.-a.;.ni. ' :An, c.vcellent .supper was
BYiurme-i' -.Co,���b.&v o^ncdy u;,.. provided: ". Jlusic Ywas provided by J.
nnvpu5;Yp ;;J;apa;i!ose jl^yior (viplih)" aiiiPW. PY :Smythe
-:j::k;:s irade,cmisist-!XmYirHJp   :.:"A''".ni.ost enjoyable; time'was
cer.--i-'- Piv'e p;e,loel:;!-si>i'li)?r-:' ���������: ��� .-'���:'kV-:';:-.;-;Y ::;--; ���.-.��� '������;' ���������:;���?.-- ,'-.���
���"..-.,     /',������'-���.���'..���   I '���'���\T *''',   '������'        ."   ' ' ��� i.."'������' .' -.'���'-'        -        ���''-"
'He. .i, tl-. ..'���''. -.t ,I \\'r\r -'V;i^pi..- ���       .,, ���- ,'        -���-.  ,    ... ^ , .
?'<������   i'.ron;i'tYilc'f'd0}liy''. ������ill "'������ -��� Y��� ���'������'';-�� .''tsidence;. 'of,. Y\fr."and;Mrs.
-���tV:'iiV'-iJ?/-*-pii'v.','-':'-':'''!'Y:'' ��� ''>-|-^>.'tvll''P-u't.yt.\vji.>5:_s'iA"oii. in. ''iibhpi: :.':bfL,-'th'o
;*Y^Y'"r'Y'^''Vc' vVYYi po.pidai'4Miss;lPbui'ine,\vho is;leaving'
^^^Y^Y'-VA^*'^ ^'-I"-'tL-ri.'s"l pn-n^Sax-oycnint^ witii Y^Pi'-'iv-ntl��� ^""J-^.' i^.;.
��� 'Iktg'X siri'^v; <;v��:.ry va;-;;-;3(j)taw'a.y;'tp reside' at;Yya.ncouyei\ A:^
l;oorv's.h"d'.';.:ont- ilarp miinber of Afiss Uunhe's ;fripnds
eojoyei!111.:; evenpig -:with;])rogressive
���wiiis*,., '.T'titY lucky-' tiVies ; were'Y'Misses
.'i'a'v-ipr������"-;tliouglit-"tliis'ral^ too bigli
but: Aid.;Manning saidllia'Ywas;the
rate 'in. the-'V'east'iV-.;;'. A.;; -G ra n tY Y\yas'
apppinledY\yeigb't-cleric.':-pyyB2 Y-"
,Y;KAva's .decided;io}ca!i'tendersyf6r
'clearing sidcwalksv YY-^Y^Y'i:: ^; Y,.,;
P?^l^onu.i.;it|.'.r: '.:(nK.l!n;j-tf.'.fiiTv. |^y]    .;,. !-;,-...':
;Teii'derslfpi^ a-Li cense- to) 'C0;Ti in b^iyo if
; fe'a^^s:^ ^ ;^f .YJB nti sh.;YCp:lii iVi bi a ^-.''^v^ ^li';" ^?
'���Qil^VLKi) TKkPlORS addrossevf -1 b^tiio'iindor-;
IJ signed and. niarlied'on-the .envelope ";;:'s'reii-
,(lei':for',l'iiiiber''J.'erth.N'o. .'ilo,'-'1 tobo'opeued on
;i.be,ltltli;.December, '-1002, Avill lib: reeeive'd. at/
this ;:J"leiiar|.nient;iiinl'ilvnimn.;bn AVednosdaV,'
the 10th lleueiribi-r :ia)\-tyfbr,;a,license to eiit'
timber, oi i.',Uui'th.-Xb'.;.���315, ���'icbiiiiirisiiig, lliose ���:
portioiis of,Sections I. i! :lind ^i,' To \vnshi |i-20,'
IJan^eS, West or. the litlr.M.eridia'n, lying''Ndrtli'
West of Seyhi'our..Ai'hi br.Shusw'iiii.Iiake; and
cbntaihiiig. an' area- of-abba tone liiidbhe-i'i'uar-'
ter-Sf|uaTO miles.' '���:yyy;'yy '������������/^���.������.���������''������-������y^yy-y :;
':''riie;r6s-uIationS iin'de'rYwhieh a:< license ;\vili
be;<;issuod;''.'also printed1 form of 'toiide'r aiid c'ii-
vclb))b;-m' y bc.obUiiued'at this lleparthientoi''
lit the. oflice.;ofrtho;Crown I'imbsr j\i;ent at
,i>;e\v'AVos,tinins!ic'i:;.;;;-,:'-i:��;;;. ^y^.iy'ii^yyy.^yy-^ ��������
.,,:,.Kaeha.endeivmust.,bo aecbinpanied -by an ag-^
cepf'ed "eh'eriue. on a eliarlered biinlc iinfavoui
'of the Deputy of the .''Minister of tho'Ulterior,
for the amount bf:the,bnlin's :Wbich';lho ivppli-
e:\iil. is prepared to pay.for'u license.""1 ���������;'������'
. ,Np fender by. telegraph will be entertained. .
]^y]yy\yyry'-7'K[UAiY'Qy:KRYiiB.: '.'"��� "
1 ',': .:.'.-;:.���',;:,. ' -; ������'���.-. ,;,' " .���"���������'������'.' ! . ���ft-ceroliirjv''-.
Departmenrof .t;li"o,lii|;crior
rrarveyJ^tiiieralYeiaiiiiv sitliafiYjii': tlie-ilJai'SY;., ,_ ���,
dean ;Miinng':i:)i\'isioii;bf.'\\restlCootenav Dis-'T;*"^; i��,\
.(.riel;:'.'';."''.-.'.' ������'���,<���������������-.. -���;,*���. ���:.;,.,' J*jSt*-:;'i. ���-:;"- ��--t|.,.: ������ .���������<,'-,*-.:i-'.-.,- ;��B 5
I(; VX1";1*- 'obnleaYOii/l'boi  creckY!ahoiit;t,\vo;;YY;;:Y*|;
lpilcs from nioufli.-  f '>' -.,��.... .-.....������...,-.������ i...
.' Take; notice ������tliat'h'^Vi'i
ris'ri "
for;'a.v;.ui.i,iiit,-.uu:ui,. .i.mprovomeni.s,ior Uic pur ,
Ijoseof obtaining a.;Cro.wn���,Grant;of, tho above'
'Clsilll'i. .--.���;. .;-���..���-.; -7.-.--T.��\-.:^.:.: -.-.v.T.'-- ���-".;:: .r^,;...*' ���.-.. .;-:.,-;'*": ������ - .���:���;   ���'������������������'        .. ,
.feeetioii.Iff.iiniisthocoiiiiiicneed-bcforellfcissu- <i';,V:
ancoof such:;��ert,ifieateoi: ]ninroveiiient,0. .;.;::;!'': . ;':i
���:! jJDiilcd thisatli day'of';llily., icjuy.:   .'.:,;--y;y yy-yr-y]
;YY tpries land 'SXilic^R a i 1 way ^ Bel #i"ii -^;5
Ottawa; .���|0tli,.October,-1 ����h��.
,-!   >:!
tiietr ���iirsj;eon>7
.C-s s i; s :liv "vrc": ��>ivC:
IjigoCCups^nd .,-:.
Ter. 'i:Yt:fr .'bti't
Y'lnspector'iiullerexpecls'tO have; the
sno.wsheds confnlefcd tliis'wcek
,,, Yliin   Glahani'Ybas.been
nie'ht.car checker at the
���jit" _'i*i-i	
!��;ial co*li)pits?,"j?or YbierH
���or r.'
" ah'-aduitYi'ii
a.ip". I'll!'
rdi.-r- i.Y ���
��� in   it.
l'br>,t;  Oil
' ', Tlie   reiri'ains1   of   ihe   iji'fe,    .Sv.-an
'j Ai!dp!-sonYh(;.ie!-keeper'of,lileeilliwael,
Y,Avere interred at Kiinilopps.     Decoa.-ed
' was oiie of, the  oldest ' in habitants  '.of
���tlie district,   'where ,'lie   resided  .since
.LSS-I.     '.J.lc   worked   foi-. A bra ha in son
.. I'ros.'at Wiiinipcg, ami on   the, building ;,pf the   G.   P.   .It: Ihrough' ; the
'. inoiiiitaiiiS. '     ���'"   '
Gn 'Sunday   a,  mail,  named   John
Franklin made himself a,: lim'saiico
.' when'u'nder the inHiiciiee of liquor ��� hy
. .insulting  passers-ly and   m-;iug   fop'I
language' near the post'. ..o/'ice. lie
��� was arrested by chief Pain juid brought
.  before J.1 IX Sibbald-,  I'.-IM) wlio  lined
him $ij oil the first chai-ge and $25' on.
the second charge, witli !j!;j.costs'.
;, ^ The newspaper lo be estal.lished at
Golden   In'  tlio.'I.al.orers   GoopYi'afiye
.Association will.he iiai.i]"d i\n: 'Gulden
Star,   ami   will    he    issued     weekly
' instead     of'   daily    . nx      ;tt  .   /;,.,��'(,
, Batfib S; Go., ajjt.
stofe,: at .Ferguson ly
50"feet-at the. baeic;'i'nt!;;Yl fee;., wide
las. Oil! and- CoY';co'ii;r;uvl'u!'s.''for ihn
11tune block; aru pusiii'iu ton' wii h .tjvY
latliiiigypU pia.^t.^r.iug of I'lftrjuiiid;';ii".
IXui. [tobinsoiil'ia ;let ;i,, Y';'Yl/'("'aT-
tby .a'aojitraet for.th''. ere*;'!, iou ' r,< a
ti'U-1'Poiiie.d "house on ' Third -. rfireil.'
wliieh he is.-bhtlding io'.')c..'isi..,'-    '���'.,���
- The   f.'aledon'iaii"-' K
by  l)..'\t"c,Gart-i.iy,t.u-'iii
PIake,.'i;Y25 it; \'lch- Pv '2
.Osi.'-.liie ei'r.mid;/1...Y' 'i.-  IhY lie:-!;
. 'wide !,y ^! i ii: !^iig'.";!i:i!
llie :lippy- llijiur a/'i.'.." livt
A dado id Ghiiie'Se    ma: ting,^
'I'evfaiira.nt a handtome eil'....c!..
'   The building whY'IiJi.. j,o;
eria'iiiig' iVi'r \V". f>ev.'.-. i;'-.\t lln
Ploel-., i- 25 ft. v,'idehy 55 f|..i'u'h;ngl.
It' is two jHtoi'-i:ys in , 'height;.'   (in    ii
gi'oundJJoor /.he 'height' ���' Ui !;):'���<;.,���!lin
ii'i .lift, and on.the'-uppei"'ficior i:
The I's-oi'il, isYililt, high.   The shop
'will 'coiila-ii'i   twr/piiip..glass,   wii
each 'i ft.,U ;i.n.;'wi<li.',witii .siij.ei' lig.
i-hi;    plan  ' oi" "l.h<,: r-'ilpal.ric!; '    ,'
The ii|i|H'-r.  front \: id be   (,f   ei,-,
oi'dereilJi'i'iii Toroiilo.^Ths'   u)i-.
Iiortion   of   l.lii'-'builiiiiig Vtili. be'-
as a, hall pi'ljving rooins.
; .-:wiip,
j 'ry>i""jHK'0i.l'C(H
I i.il)'fil'i;i.i
lil'.s,- 'i.;ti;ed': a:i':d SloY-;
ip r.liv.oi.jei'<llV'C!-Sri'!Y';vi
'T'Yvk.rJirosv'cS Gron-fY
GreatYXorthern Ytclegi;aphersYihay:
stri.ke as;11 ioii'i.'jyage -sc]ied ii 1 e'has)Hjccn
refused.;;;i;; ';;; l;Y:,i,;Y--Y'���������;:;..,;,;;.���.Yj;';YY.;.,
Y'lohh YA'iidersoii;, has Y.bcchY;actii^g
;holiday.  ;' ���������':'"'-A-y.^; -.'; ;Y   -.-.;,-������ -Y-'..���-;-:.';': .,
���';V"Ir<cn YSolibway: Yis:Y hioyingY to;;the
Goast.aiid will r.uii bot.weeniV'ancoiiyer
'.iviicl iV"oi'th;Beiul, Y'-' "������ YY';;.''Y'-,-''..YY" Y ���:''-'
Y: A.' G.YlHrtl,' third, yiec-p resident.-of
��� the-.; lit.' Paub-'rpiid) "coiiteiicls ; their
freiglit.rates are too Ip^w.-'Y". ;YyY Y'Y'Y':
;;..ir, .Y\rcSorley,who had .liiidoJi'.' fpr
about, ;l,en .'.diiys owing;to; illness, Te-
sumed his i;un,on JIonday.Y; ; V;Y..���..���;, <������'<
' .'lOjOOOlPnscoalsfured i'li tlio Grand
..,, -IK.-K: is, hereby; given that thirty days
.JL\.  afterdate I 'liiLbiiil ��'iijji.vSiiji"to "t-tic'. Mijnor-
,ablo fhe^Chiul' ConHni.ssii)iiei^ef4.1.iUHls' and-'
AV'oi'ks for tab/.permission ; 16..;��� I'ellCand cari-v
away tiuiiicr-iVoni llie followiiig lands:-  ,,   - ,..;
���'.' -��;; YY;YY''''b\i��Kti;i;iicirnrj;No;*i.;Y':Y'Y'Y
Coiiinidncing at a pbsClnarkeiV^' j\I'. .1, IsY'
planted aboiitSOciiains east of.J\Iosf|uifo creek,
on the IC, lind-, a. noi;lh line, a.nd.abovit.'three
miios froiii,: its liioiitli,- soutlioast ,corner post,
thence north 10 cHains, theiiei! west .1(1(1 eliaiiis,
thence hohI.1i. ill; chains, llienee'cast l('fl chain's
lo place of'conimbnecmeiu.., : ���; - .. ,;-���'������- .,;'
'���- Y ���';::' '���'.. ��� Y :v; 'Jl.;J..ICEAi;NKY.:-:
Arrowhead, Nrov. Ilrd', l!K!i'"        -   :.,','���:      ..
terui;'iol.;;fWenty;Oii(!'yea i's.aiultlie'rnii talis at.Y
tlio.ratepf;two cents.airacrevportaiinuni;:; pay." ��� ��� vi--l'-' ���'
able hall>yearly in, advaneo. ;;.,;'���   .,,'; .^'b- ;:''' - -Yi: W
.���'LamlSiiiieliided!',.iii.';.ii'.;grii/in(>':ii��hsc",,iniiv 'bb";: Y Ye
^vifhdrawii'.l'or.hoinesl.cad, eatrv,'fsalo br'riiil.?�����*'������'���.���"-
way pnrposcis,-but;no rental is elianfedbnsiioli'Y
'aad? O'oin the, dateiipon; which, (hovaro Willi.1',
drawu froni"the.lease:-,;^-; -:?--,:;��� w ':,,f!,r '  --V:
Y'i-Y'^s^of:grazin.;:laiHls: is noteoiilItlcdlS^liuY;
���' V.l,,,;WW'-u.bl'>'l>!i.t..lio^ii'iiy.'j.iiiH;n;va]')pllisil.idnMo
f icageiit ot:, Ooniliiibii'jjincls, "obtain e'aeli.vcni'   ���
.I'.acIlm.pcriiiittpi'bat.-iiiv.hiHileasehoId v'hat.f.1
oyer iiuaiifity; of,hay ho" mny:;'require for liisV,'
yvyai'sy.'free'of(lues,tlicdeparti,ien|,reserving; '
the right t(f:issuo.poraiits(.ootlier'ivpplicaii(s,i   '
;,. Applications::for:Vgra;:liig/:lca,scB shoiild  hoy
.;na;de.fo.the!-.-ccrtlary,:i)cpai'(nient' of, the In-  ;
tenor, Oltaw'a.',;.;       ������;'''-.'��� ���'������' ,���;.'-:...''  .:<���:������
IS "..���;
'YYY';.;;TBIUKII 11KKT.it No.' 2.'.;' YY"' YYY
iConiiiieneing at 'ya:' post;initrkod :;".i..n. S."
lilaiitcd on east bank of' IMbsiinito creek, and
about four miles from its iiibul.h, sbuth'east corner post, thence north: Kid chains,������i;li'eiieo��\ve.st:
10'chains,, thence, sbufli 1(il| cliains, thence east
10 chains to.plaeo of co'mhieiiceViiont. ....'',:;
���Y ��� ;'.;e;-.-,e--'-; ;,";;;';,). a. SGOi'T. '
������ -Arrowhead,;Noy. qi'd,'10i)2..'. ;;  .,,\.y :' ���-.,���.
; lOt::
boo SYae.-oi
i;" i.sni'ii
ti.'.i-k -W;'e
lid .J.YHii
'J.\i[ ;i ilY,|)!i.Jid'l'igS.
ivS -jo ,fiie'it:>--ig,rie'i
> a lid'Co; of. "Ker-
i>)'- !r.oiidi!'e;)!.it" a
ly'ho^Y^Yod'yJishbs go,w;it)i her, to  her
: liow.h.on'b
���night, tJiV
: I *
:.-.rUfr>rihr h<
r/���.'.��������� fbel.ie
thii'ti.lb. ���si
' ' i,':   b:'-,.,S',-, ;.': e
' ''.viiriui i. :������  ;>:::
'I'liig' ;';-! ��� i'ei
15 . i;;;;.;,     i
edit I"II, '���;:.���.
Gf'iiiye;,' I.im'
; .;'��� r o i y-
: ;i...  i
'.it'n re;
;, .i'.j'i
ivie'ftting/ of
;.;ii'!r^b',Y evening,; eiJiidiie led Y'I >y Tb.'ab
j-;'ibe-;, vyy >.)������<.: iejiowingprf/gi'amnie
.'.'.������iis.pr<;-.>'!,f'(';.i ���:: "������ QhonisY-hv -"Misiies'
^'Geiti'- .Oeii'i;, , J.i(b(;YPa(:)'i(;kY,;YM'aud;
1 l,'y;fH.    i'.'ii!'!.; P,!,,l,iiisoi'iv "and   'Alary
V.i,i\;; i:\r--. ]uy> riueen (;:,!'  alee tip U .Misr;
{'v-rif.-,-;-.���'.!������> by \V" I..i-:iV..-iti've, .guitarrtolo
���i."Jayh>"Y-'-iirai- du'^fc ''.Mb.s.-.r.-::... Taylor
...i;'i Alien... qmujlHte Mi-ws-Km'iih
ay'i'l i ee;t. .';,'���-r ���;���,-, la.'foa'ir:; eel A)|iiii>.;
iil'lreii (i
1 lie :
e iil'nv   ciigagi.'i't
yrislnuis cei'i'e'el
.'!'.".'. Mi-, Turn-.''"
Of,l-'llp;,'.'0  in,-. p;ll[,
The P.iillsliY (.'oluiiibin.
nient has /lo;i|.ed il.'ii loan ��� in
of if'.V'Oiy'('<). Theifiiiani'.'
received a, cable announcing
was under-written at 02, '
; -lli:(!;iy   evening ��� last.    '
;i'-;-. I i'.'i.naii'Y was ' lb1'    li'"-;
minister he;'e.   ' . ' ; ,.,'    -,     ' - ���   ,1
.i''i;i'':f-;irrrKit:i.A.v.'   , .".��� '!
Owing l.o tho '/.iiiniber oTyoiing uieii',1
,;| coming fru.rn the east  to work' in   flicj-
lb shojis there   has' beep' a great-j
impi'iivei'iient in the   eongreselioir   of i
la I.e.   -
l^.'Yimith ispprize, and;YKellio,,.JJi't'n'-ife''
ind. ,,I:Yi\iY:i)::)yle' was tin?'hap])yywin-;'
lierlifYiie- l.bubyYpri'/ce.; Y^Iiss, iDiinh
will be nvissed b^Yhe.r'hosteof  .fneiids/YTriink yardsjiitiNiagaralfallsloolclire
���arid has been hiiniiiig;t\yO.,wecks..'"'';'e
Y^G;dUi6iianan.sues tiie^G. I.YYI.Y ,for
���tirhhe'r taken, frpniyhis.lihiitsfor con-
s.t'i'uction xiftheYA. and h"; railwiiy..'.' '���''���
I'ingineniah   ���.l. J.'nrvis'. lel'ton... y.iin-
_ day'��� fpr', Vaiiffotiver   lo join the,   a.ll-
I Gatiadiiin .football   team '.which, is, to'
proceed ..'to'--England to ' tipho'ld   the
hiiiior, (.if the .Maple Leaf.    '.
Mere is a, chance for the J'.G. judges
to -end;.!ini ilill aiidlhe Great 'Nor-,
thil-ii laihvay where they sent .Editor
Me.'Adaiiis for cpiileiiipt. ofcoui't, On
vfii'ii'.iay 'll;e rajhyi'iy .company delied
A j ''t!-1 '"i.ipien e Gotut- injunction'''.' iiiid
;,, j coinpleicd  its link lii to1 Grand;   Forks,.
���.The G.'P, Ih.audit clerk ..lOlinson,
wlio'' was..,charged at Montreal;' with
iiflvj'-'iiig' (;oiidiiel(its', as lb (hifes;' of
v ^.j! ej/ot.K:!',;' visits,, was found guilty of
>! ''oi^j'i'raey; vVifl'i-a- recommendation (O
iii(;i'-y. -Ihe : evidence, ,is, slated to
have. i'i-i|..!ieaf(;d sevei'id cOndiictorS..
The Gi,. p. -I-;, have more: law-suits
on bai.d er-.fi' lia,: men they brought
iiodi (he c.'i.l- (.j weirkon Ihe .si.iow-
'.h'������('!..; diinng'lhe i-liil:'- las!' year and
M'���������-���.(���.-:������ i''<V-;t'.:r, Winsory iu'illcr. and
b;:.-. -.-r ha vi': .agi'i'i.n gone to MoiMr'eal to
giv'i' evidence.     '��� " ���..'
Y:w:y.^;tmhicu.'ji'HR'n.ryd.'.i.1 ":'��� ,,Y; ;-;;
..;��� Oominen'cing 'at a, jios't' niark'ed Y'.I.' G."S."
iilanted about four chains from the east'elmnU
(if, Mosquito creek" audabbul,'si.v miles from its
iiionthv southeast corner post, flichee, nbi'lli SO
chains,' I hence. Wast SO chains, tlieiice,soiifh,.SO
chains, .tliciice east Sit chains to place .ofcoiii-
menceiiieiil:.-. ,-.' '. .:,>;���.-..-���' .: b ; b v���-.-: "
."'':-'."-"'��� ' ."-e:-"'YY:'^ vi;.,'-.';.)'.io."SCOTT.:-;
'/Arrowhead,'Nov. :)rd, laiG.  .--V.' ,���-'���
rOI I (.-I'i is. hereby given ' dial, thirty." (lays
i:\. allei' date I inlr.n'd lo ri|)ply'lo l.hC Honorable .tlio.. Chief Commissioner :of liiinds and
Works_ nil' (he:'permission to' fell and eiirrv.
away.timbcr from I he-following lauds; ���' , . '
YY"' p'r TRIHKIt JiKiri'H NTo. I. , y " '
;, Commencing, .nl, a post marked "M'.i'.I. IC.''
planted nprllrorSam llillcreek.on tlaleiiallay';
oiiyMox. liOlf'er'.s'norlh pre-emia,ibn line; aboiit
Mi) chains east <if- his uortliWest corner post,,1
and'about two miles northeast'of Upper .Arrow
lake, Galena Hay, southwest corner posl.theutie
east Kifl eliaiiis, fheiiei.' norlli ID chains, llienee
west Ilill chains, thence south'-M chains to place
of commencement. -'. ,      e
'/-   '-.  ; '".v- , ���'   i\I'.;.I.kKAKNI':V.'
Ciiilelni l!n.v,: Nov. Il', l!).')2.
In the:DellaI\raniclpaIliyand.bots'iii1:lhe;Vil-  :.
:-:,.:���;������ ��� -.'; .������;,; ���'.' ���.   elageofMindncr.' .-���".���'������ ���'..���'. ���'���'��� '������'���:(������
;:;;^Cl'-:it"-:'^v'vI*^6''''^viJ1'-'-'to3l :byv'A''iici.loii-'"n(;'Yth'o Y'b
'lownlfnil, Lndneivon Saturday '2llth Novein-' ���""���
her,JII02��� at twb':o'cloek,:p.;nfl,Y'    -',,;;; y t'y<
imw.Iciibwii asl,lib'lmperia].I''a.i'in.l'sitiiiite"Iii;Y'
I iiiviitUiipvn,". VV'est.iiinslor ,I)isli'it.|..    Six  lots .- ������
with-rsislilencci in the, e,;.;;^:, Y'^'b'' e- Y;":Y V: 'b'''
and an' isiaiui, hi tlio'; l"'raserYlfiver,' close fobY
Ii'idiior,;l;iio.wii asLoi; hVi , .':  .-.���������-���,. ���;���,-  :,'.,:
:i'HI0;A MOV 10ilAAttil LANUS will be::6ir��rorf-iii''''':"'
h)ls;,l:o siiit' those  desiring,.lai'goor'; small
': holdings aiiitwill: bo sold on' the "following ' '
,;,lerins U'dcsirod:: ajpor ecnteasliand'balance  .,
-on mortgage ,,;i I, live- pur. cent por,1Minuiii with..
:, .live.per cent of, principal, payable aiiinially,     ���:'���'
THKSK ^; LAXllr' All K Y fHiAlNKb Y4Nr) ���,;
I'. li.Mi I.I.I, in.a.good' state of ciilijvation iuid'-e Y-
.: have abuudaiit.saiiplyof good wateivaiid. to '���.:-"'
'{.liarties rijcuiiringe ,:e ';/.: ;...,;:   ;.:_ ... ee  :.
praseiit-riii' .oiiporl.niiity' rai'elyifo' bcYinet '?:���'���
...with'-to��� na\iiirellrst-classiirbiKirties on such "������
,..' lavorabluaernis, aiideare bll'eivd. for sale (o    ���'������'���
elii-e.up, the estate'bf, ihe late-Mr. Thoinns '  . -
.KUtUiovin'IOl^iAltS.YaudVplans.inay bo e.
; ��� obtained Irani the iiiiclionceiv l.adiicr, 1.1,0;    ���.'',���
e:: tri'owii veffot
'.�����' '.-���
,'-,��. v.-
���Y'   l ft -'.i
' '.���������
j...,ji i-
I'.-.y. ;--U.r.ty:i   iru,
V. v,heii. i.c'to.
'/inly  ,S'ii'.SJ/''.C'!'.'
gue Mi
i ii.iei]
U ,i iripk
., \i'a,-
���i'di''iI.'��Y i.'Avly
.and'iiaj.py pi)"/
��� Tli
'���, ,''  Y   TI.MIJKit HKKTir No. 2.
CoiiiiiU'iieiiiff- at  a   post,  marked.
A.   T.
planted as, northeast corner post .about eight
chains north of William Irwin's north west earner post iiiid.'nlimil. oi'A.-lialf mile norl beast of
Calena Hay.''.Upper Arrow lake, Iheuco west
SO eliaiiis,; thenco sdlil.li if) chains, thence east
SO chains; (hence north .,��11 chains lo "place of
eommeiieeiiHnt '  ;. '"" '   .    v
"���;���"'"������ AI.KX. TAVI'iOlt. .
Clalena Hay,'Kov.-ilt'lli, life'. '
GAI5I3AGE, OAltRGTS, ; ���'.".'     '.:    ���������-'
.;:..-'.    ,Y -;   POTATOES,; TUItNll'S.elg',
eide v
'��������� ;be iiOlpl-'-'-Of th'.'',br.i(l'j,r"l','jic|i;
������i1'.:���;!������.i.i, A numb':!' of beauti'-
���;:t:^ vvbr. n''e-ived.,^),0w.iog lie1
i,i '.'/hicli. I.o! i; pi;rt.i,'-.,Y V-'f:r /���
',.;������ I.i'i'.',!" H:e:- atte-iVde/iT/y hi-r
'":-; lYa.u.r.i. I'ri trick,', and -'. \VY
al-t'/avfled the groo.m. ' Tlie
���-'altired iuY'i tiravi-l.liiig'i-'.uil. i,f
ti'h -bluesilk blo/.ISi.' a.nd pic-tiire
:    K. Ail GOG PS, IJ..G.Y   Y   '���" '���
: Fur
y;.,'FIREWOOD::.'     ���
, '   y* ������ o- ���    u:.���     V'i
;   A].soJ]r.st;*-jiU!]il.v of \vuJ! cured ���
;'"y:;TIMOTHY:B^.Y. '��� ,';
Don't fail logive mo a cbiinc'c lo Illl'yolii'Ordei',1
.Iciinsiijiiily you '.vlth'fann proiliice of bettor
eaality at: lower prices ihan you can procure
Iron! anyone else. .���.''"    . -
'���'���  ','.  ' ".'    ';' ���    i.'.  ;,.   ���". a 1). CHoU'IilO,,'  ;.
...''���'���>   .  Y '"'.���    '��� ���-", .���'������    '"lievelsfpke. -.���'���
and Skins Tanned. ���
���Specimen*;   by    K.kpress   \vi
pi'iuiijil; ,'i'l.l'eiii iiiii.
i    - .'> i."'-i aic I:ae -wii
: I be l.'ivs-ihylcr'iiii'i e
j lady    ilisplaviim'
'.il'iil'iti'.,-;.' ,
ot'.^ai.iisie a!,
biu'fh,   -l.liir; . yoiiuc;
iiinrkf.il   1 ihiis.ieal
/1' r-l ii,n
Tie h-    -.
G. P, Jlv
en'oitre auotliei    Pitman
Xe./of iatieies    with    Grant:    Hall,
nee-lei; ineehanie,  and ,;i.(;eiiiinittee of
��� '���'''   ��� ."   .'������,. , Y I'a'ifie division earinen are oil'.      A ij it
<>it   ;\\<,[,dey ni</)il, one of.  the  <iio;U j n>;iil|.Y Irouble   is   tliieafe:i''d'ut any
r."-iirii(.uift waH held in'   eon-j lii',,Y, not inily nn'lhe I'aeilie. diyi.sir.iii,
ilh (he J.'i'f.iliyteriaii Ghureh. 'j bin may. be foil/,wed ' hy    iie.:,, western
..-': a.   Iin-;;i:. al -lenda |iee,     The j and i, |..'(.-ci i divisions ;of   Ihe   G. T.   1',,,
' 'wan    Ihe     |iro<craui'ii;'e:���Mil.,   |,,|,|,!r   ,,f   wldell   lias   hint' been I ���., ���        ���,     r-      .��������� ���   ,,
to ih.; Kii,e,"(by ii.; cw.u, i..-;mixi.'.i;ni,d is expee/ed to come (oj.ritman s Busnies.s College
by, Mi;-oed , Gobi;,   ^le^.ab, Hhe ie-eiie of tlieii -oeiH.ei n brelhrei).     '.'..    .... G|:po.-.ile Hotel Vatieotiyer.     ,
: I. Baker, and ���������"
llienee.: ���
Telegraphy and all I'usines.s subjeets
as telegrai'Tr operator,   at
dolla,i',-i  per month   (o faun-
A. full, and' complete,
line of      ; '
Giinici'Mels'cn'/.i.e Aveiiini" ���
and Kaihvuv Slreet


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