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 w  Vol. 3.���������No. 30.  ]lE\rELSTOIvE. WEST KOOTEXAY, E.C., NOVEMBER, H, 1890.  $2.00 a Year.  CONSOLATION ,IN PAY,  WORKING ON A BENCH' NOW  AND  MAKING BIG MONEY.  Expect Soon 'to  Work' the Channel -  '���������>,     Mails for , Big Bend���������The Sleigh  Road to Ferguson 'to be Finished  Next Monday. " , ,  HIO   KKN'IJ.    , ,     .  Thi' Conjointiciti plater mi Fiench  , Creek, with four men at.work, is taking out $250 to $300 piT week. Tin'  gold is not vit.v coarse lust some nug-  ' jjfC'ts go iilmiil. $!.">, which .i !��������������������������� at pi.cscnt  the largest obtained, the average si,:e  .���������being,$���������"'������������������!nd'i?(5. More ini'ii are (o !������'  put on right away anil woik pushed on0  Ihc main channel which it is expected  i vyill give most gratifying results.. At  present tin; work is'be'nj done' on a  bench,and o(F the ch.uiii' 1 .-���������<> that, .ill  pinspecl.s of tlu> yield an* likely to li"  more than realised! In one little  crevice, foreman Jack "Swe.Mujy took,  one day last week, about $."i0 worth of  gold. The Consolation js nioret ban a  .bonanza, and ils' taking, all hy hand,  are equivalent to and mm e than the  result!- of .some companies, using hydra ulic pressure jni'l expensive , machinery. The return-- fur the winters,  work' will assume large proportions  anil a'l e well deserved.    '.  I'lspeetor Fh teller has written ahor.t  the   mails   for,   the     Bend     inq.bring  whether   the   present  carrier,   (Jcorge  Laforme, would carry it at the rates in  f.irce all summer, viz.. .>10 for two trip.s  .per month.'   It is   impossible   to' make  ��������� two trip* a i iimi t h   in   whiter and   tlie  one tint can lie   iV.adc   i--   hai der 'than  two" in ,summer.     La!'orun>  agrees   to  inak" oiie,t,i-ip |.er month   for  $"0.   the  rlilen   in   the   cini'.ni   gil n .i.it.eoiug ' #20  more.  The expert- ivhj) examined thi' Cold  Hill found good'puy isi all theirK test  pits.  'Aii'V. Cainer ,'.\������< made a quart/,  location' on the liydiAiihc. ground at  the mouth of F Vnch Cieek. 'The lead  mi-.- east a'.d wi-t. is two feet, wide,  jiiul shew-- gokl.'siher ami good percent.i<re of lead. Thi-- is the tilst  'i.irtx. location n:i Freurh'Creek. , ,  (Jus Lund .is ir.:i!dii!,' ail simp; for a  good winter's wink on the North Siar  nlac.-r and wi'.l push the tunnel up  sl.team, foi- ai. lie and his help are  worth.  The Smith Creek hydraulic crew will  :ill soon he down \'o\- the winter.  Nov.  tew.  W C:  j-,i  .">���������-Columbia  Sutherland.  5-Celtic, C J Atkins.  o��������� Baltic T Edwards.  5-Gaelie. C Hilw.ir.l-.  10 .-(J U, Clias Ahr.ihamsoii.  KJ-Artist, Vniidnll <fc Gainer.  THANSKKItt*.  r,-.) B Mason, el, ill to B C  Exploral ion.Syndicate, agrcc-  ment of sale, all in Heaver.  Hull,' Manuel, Seattle, Utile  Lake, Beimel, Mammoth. ���������  57,-Consoiid.itinn of le.i'e-���������,  Bellingham 13ay, Fairli.iven  and True Rlueplarei's. .  ' II��������� T Edwards to W K'ukup,  i interest, IJaltie. ���������  iLLliCILUSw'AET ���������  Nov. (S-Hiiyal O.ik, John Grant.  7--,-Caribon Horn, 1) G Stewart.  ,      ���������     ��������� 7- Selkirk, G Giiuilh.,  1   0��������� Evening Star, Annie Spi-.ik.  0���������Memioch, Walter Scott.  0���������Norma, Hod Campbell.  0 -Gor.-ehiirn, Elizabeth 'Scot!.  10���������Swansea. Swan Anderson.  10���������Golden,, Yellow   Jacket,  ��������� F  , ,    Anderson.     ,  TR.vxkviSit���������J Lind and Jas Cullcii to  T Kilput.r'ick, all, Hrown Bear, $'..">0.  Ceitificate   of   "Work���������Sir     Wailei,'  ,Nov.2.        , '  J  Grant,   et al,   v������   N   PtSno\vden,  withdrawal of suit.       p . '  i  La ice��������� . '    '  2���������Julia, A Abra-lamson.  5--Haril   Jack,   Maggie    Bell.  C'oni'-toek,   Coinstock   No.   2,  Pearl, Grand'Hill,' RJ  Otlo.  5���������0 K, Ole Avog.  7-'-Uem, AU.erta, TomTliuinl),  E J Mayer.  7��������� Beiilah, RS Wilson.  10���������W Ilry.in, E LKinman.  lo--Red Plume, Hi;; Hear, Hose,  Wasp,  Uee,   Missing' Link,   J  "llixnn. /  ].") -Silver Plate,   it H Johnson,  n-.lohn L, It MeCoul.     .   -  l.">���������M.usd o,  A P .Morrison. .'  1!) -iiui rard, J  P.tlon.  21 -t'crrible, J Siielf.  2:j-i3i,ick Ea-le, A Sanden.  20���������Alornint; Star, Uiias ONei  Tkout  Oct.  Ci  Oct.  -AKrjIJrfiijIH.V'ro.  13��������� Mineral "Priliee,  lvio:   '"  J   M   Oar-  York,      1j  KliiUi-.'S.lX. ,  '  Snow has fallen for la-t two or .thice  davs and ahoul a foot is now here.  '   There i-= al.out v-mile  of sleigh   road  to    fi,:ish   yet   hetween   l^erguson   and  Trout. Lake watrgon road.  The men have  heen  quit ling  on   ac-  '  cntiiit. of I he'snow retarding   iiie   work  some.  There uere'two aieidenls this week,  one 111:111 catching hold of a vi'o.sseiit  saw when falling off a bank, and an  axe head flying olJ cut another man on  the hand, hoth nasty cuts hub not  seriou-.  lid. Hillman ai'Vived at Thomson's  Ijdg, on.Monday with six line hor.-es  for the road. Craig k, Hillman have  now got a gooit many horses, and  freight K moving from the Landing as  fast as (he vile state of the waggon  load wilf permit. Why a ditch was  not put in along it is a conundrum.  Fergu.-on & Ouinmings are getting  logs hauled out for t he add it ion to their  hotel this week.  The:e is talk of the Hornc-Payne Co.  liuildiny   a    lawhide   trail    fiom     the  Broadview to Ferguson and I hits saving  ���������a had grade on the old trail.  Mr. .I.unie-'on w as up on Monday as  A'i\v as the Sunshine.  Theie is si nie talk al ihe Larding of  Hi-. Thomson hiiilding a freight shed  and 1 ecei\ ing and delivering goods and  looking after thing* generally. It is  to he hoped I hat this is so as half the  time there is no one to meet the hoat  and things are not looU.-d after, lie  will make a small charge to defray  'expenses. .  There was an alarm of Cue at Ferguson's on Wednesday night hm the  tire brigade was. .-0011 on the spol and  110 damage except to a few shakes (of  which there are an abundance here)  eu.-ileil. . ,  The mail was again a day iali: at  Tioul   Lake Oily this week.  The inhabitants of the di.-iricf are in  mound.ig :or Bryan.  . J-'IM.M Til 14 ,111.VI Mi  KF.I'OIIIIH.  Kicvictsroici-: -  Oct.   2.1 -Tomato   Chief,     Snowball,  .">--Great or -   Ne  Guere.  5���������Sunshine, D Fergus-dn.  12���������Hob   Hon-    and,   Highland  Chief, Hugh Itos^. ,  l.V-Klla, J (J Wagner. a  TUAXSi-'UHS- Cilenside, Free Coinage,  Nugget Fraction, Brooklyn, Oir.int/.,  Jim Dandy, Duncan. Lai do, I XL, Jim  Dandy, Sm pri-e.     ' . <���������  An UiroK  ibant Church Scone.  I) P Gillc-pie.  Nov.    .') ���������   lii.11 l),,s<\ '. 1 ! 1 G rah.i'.n.  ���������     .')       I I OH   VJiU'i-II,    VV    IV 11 klip.  ,"������    I roii King.  I'.Al Sul 111-1 laud  "> ��������������������������� I r.oti 'Prime,    J/P   S.U-hei'-.  ���������. land.   .'���������.',���������    "'.���������      ������������������',.'���������,,'���������'��������� -,���������'  There is trouble in I lie Fnglish church  at Kaslo. "i'ffst Su.nl.iv. whe.i the  clergyiean in' el age, Ry'v. H. S. Ake-  hurst, w cut to conduct morning .service  he found the door barred and lo<ked,  with a notice at I ached flout the building committee that anyone entering  would he prosecuted. Mi. Akchmst  hi oke the padlock, was arrested and  on being taken before the mayor w.i.-  leleased from custody, i le then went  to the church and held service as usual.  - In Ihe evening when lie reached the  church he found a large number of his  congregation diawn up hefoie ill.'  door who ief'i:-cd him entrance. Afiei  some reinon-i ranee , he was allowed to  go inside for a. few per.-oual elVecls.  He came out again and turning, throw  down the liar, attempted. to reenter but Wi'i-j pi'i'v enleil. '  The congregation, or i.-ilher the low  church pail of it claims the building as  theirs, as it vvas built without any  church aid, and they have taken this  coinse as a piole-t ag.iin-l, the high  church practices of Mr. Akehur-t,  who introduced .1 cross al the services  much against I heir, wishes. The cries  was purloined several times and reintroduced a.-, 1 fli'ii by the cleigyman,  hence all the unpleasantness.  ' The matter i- not by any means  settled and both sides seem disposed to  light it out.  Abreast of'the Times.  He.ili/.ing that   Galena  Buy ingoing  to he a   place   of  much importance in  the near future through the operations  of  the   Hor.ie-Payne   Co.   who   intend  making it, if possible, the  out poll and  Mipply point, for 1 lie Trout Lake mines,  Pete Arena has taken lime by the tore-  I.ick and put up a  hotel   at  that place.  It is a .substantial frame,  building. tw<.  and   a-half   storeys   high,   containing  fourteen       well-fiirni -iied      hi'diiioni-.  kitchen,    di'iingroom    and   liar.     Th  lioiiie    wiil    l.e    made    cnii.foi table   in  e.'erv  pari icuhir   .111.1   the   bal   spicked 1  ' i  w 11 h I he lies) and   choice-t   lupior- ,111 . I  cigars.     Pete'-,    n.iiie'    1-   .-\ uo|.\ ni'iu-  uitn   iio-|ii.,i!,ty   a id    .n-   g.i ���������-! ������������������  an   .  sine of 1 e. ei \ iug ev erv .11 !<��������� 11; 1011.     i'n  ii'ame   uf    the,'hotel    i -���������, the ihis.'iihieii. '���������  ��������� Iiui. the lates'are $.1 a Inl .,'.2 , .T .ia V.      " J  KILLED TBY DYNAMITE.  1  TWO MEN   BLOWN   TO   PIECES AT'  '     CARIBOO   CREEK  While Thawing Dynamite���������TheyMvere  jnstantly Kilied and Their"Bodies  were Terribly Mangled���������The Re-  ,    mains Recovered.  'A shocking  accidel'it   occurred Wednesday  on   Cariboo   Creek,   alioul������ 12  mile's    from      lllecillewaet, . whereby  Chas. Beige'r and Crist Miller lost their  'lives. ,  These two men Were working by  themselves on Hie Bound Hill claim  sit ualed on Cariboo Creek anil owned  by Messrs. McCallum & Potts.  Though no person witnessed the accident, it is bupposed that they must  have gone down to their cabin from  the mine to thaw out, some dynamite  which, exploding, killed them insianily  and shattered the cabin to pieces..      ��������� ���������  A man working 111 the vicinity heard  the explosion and proceeded at ii'nce in  the direct ion of'the sound, but could  hind neither cabin or'inen.  The. next day. Walter Scott, J.P., of  lllecillewaet, went up 'and discovered  the remain.-of the poor fellows. The  bodies were only partially recovered,  being fearfully mangled andstwidely  scattered.  -Through 1 he complete isolation of  the place and the victims of the accident being alone particulars of the  accident are very meagre, and the  manner of I heir death but mere conjecture. \u\ erything points, however,  10 its being by thawing out' the dynamite, a practice which has hefoienow'  occasioned i onsklera hie loss of valuable  life, as in Ros.-lai.d lash winter. 's  The Coroner left   Hevelstoke   yesler--  dav for the scene of the  explosion and  will hold an inquest on the remains.  Aliilei was bat siigiitly known here,  but his partii'-r, Berger, had many ���������'.<���������-  (niaintai'.'-e,-, as he worked for some  time in a\i'extra railway gang.in this  neighbo ,\ood. ,It is said he leaves a  witciiud family Lo mom:] his.lns-.   .   ..,  r  ''    He Went Through Tuesday.  ���������Much to the sui'j.i i-e ami disappointment ol th" Jio.nd ol U'rade and people  of Hevel-toke tiie Minister of Public  Works, i Ion. Mr. T.-irle, passed tliiough  on Tuesday 'evening en route, to 1 ho  coast. The Board ol Trade wired'Mr.  Tarte a! H.'gina, iii response to a  telegram from aim at Winnipeg which  .said he would be plea.-ed to' icceive  them, asking him to stay over if possible. Nu answer was received, however, and Mr. Taile. passed thiough  without the knowledge of the Board,  who were daily expecting a message.  This in lion on the part of Mr. T.nte is1  inexplicable, and must beduetd   some  misunderstanding  neglect,.,  He  could not surely intend to slight, the  people of this place Iiv ignoring theii  requests for an interview. As it is  said, Mr. Tarte, who is now at the  coast, intend- coming back and going  down .south, an oppoi tunif'y' will again  present itself to him 'to explain his  neglect, for such it is pieferahle to call  it. al the pseseut.' He came out here to  inspect public works, and at this place  there are some h :��������� w hich appropriations  have heen made that require his examination and alteiitioii. If he cannot  inspect t!it'll 1 now or when here again  he should make a date with the Board  of Trade.  Horne-Payne and His Workmen.-  H. M. Horne-Payne, was doing some  talking in Mod I real before sailing I'm  Fngland. The Wilncxs report s him as  saying, amongst, many other things  equally as ridiculous : " We have great  tumble in gelling the right kind'of  labor.' We have probably o.10 men on  0111 pay list, which .comes pretty high  I ran lei! you. We have some (if the  best miners in the world in British  Columbia; hut on the other hand, we  ha ve a class of dead beats from whom  we have lo-elect our skilled laborers.  We have great trouble here, for they  are (piite worthless. * * * We have  room at present foi '50 good skilled  laborers but. have to put. up with fellows whoaienot wot th their sail."  This makes inlcresting leading for  the men employed by Hoi nc-Paync at  lllecillewaet and Trout, Lake, and will  gready ainu-e the men in those camps  whom he replaced by ol hers fiom nut-  side.  It is too had that, with this district  full of able-bodied ni"n and nioie arming daily from all over I be iniilill-  ���������iiil. thi.- v oung man with t lie doub'.e-  '���������aiieli,d name should find -u< h difii-  cnllv in gelt ing good w'oikinen. Tiiis  s the liist lin.e that such a cniiiplaiiil  ii.is heen made pn'olie and it imi-l he  either li ue or fal-e. Hither thewoik-  iiu'n of 1 his roiii.t 1 v --ii.oi e 1 arliciiliii ly  t i'.o-e e alloy.' 1    by. II  i.- I ���������-/ l..".l '. I"   '  dead iiea is,   worthless' ami' not   unit i;  I hV-ir salt or they are   not.    Thtn-e who  know and have worked with them are  of a different opinion from thiscrilic  who takes adv.uilage of distance lo  abuse his employees, ile came with a  floiiri-,h of trumpets as a man of  nioiiey and departs with a sneer at his  workmen. It is a characteristic exit,  some will suv.  Clarke0Wallace in Kootenay.  Hon. N. (Mai ke Wallace has added to  his Iron Mask purchase at Kamloops  hy bonding the well-known Little Phil  at Ainsworlh for' $20,000. He re-  > 1111 ned from Ilossiand yesterday, where  he has-been negotiating \iiu chases for  the big Fasten) syndicate which he  represents, and is said to he after a  certain townsite in Vale. Mr. Wallace  will soon be knowirin another capacity  from the one he has so prominently  filled. His purchases so far are very,  promising.  THREATENED   WITH   STARVATION.  -*'  "   <j .  A Relief Party Goes" to the Assistance  of Laforme's Pack Train.  . 1 *  <> ,.      '  Laforme's pack rrain'of about 2o animals, in charge^ of Pete Levesqueand  ���������1. Neilson, was met Tuesday. hjfcF. G.  Kegler about 7 miles this side of Gold  Stream. The last bit of feed had been  eaten up the night before |at the 9-mile  tree, and tlmy were pushing 011,to Cold  Stream where,, thev have a small  quantity of hay stored. The snow was  8ft. deep/and as iu has been snowing  steadily since it must, now he veiy  much deeper.  This want of feed stulf may result  in the death of the animals unless some  can be got to them right away., John  D. Boyd is said to have some feed  stored at/ Downie Creek, which will  help out somewhat hut as the quantity  is very limited more will he requiied  A relief party has been organized to  relieve th'e di-tiessed train, and will  take up a cargo of hay and oats on the  lioa't Uig'Bend.  Kegler, also rcp< ���������'is meeting Ceo.  Laforuie and Bob Green, on the same  d.iy (Tuesday), at, 7-mile cri;.'k with a  herdof cattle'for the LastCha :ce, they  were breaking the trail well; This will  materially as^i-t' the . pack train in  getting out. if the provender can be  got. to it on its way down.  About f.mr yea is ago a somewhat  similat misfortune overtook tlietiaiii  and all the animals had to be shot.  A catastrophe which it is hoped may  be averted t his time.     '  FROM FAR AND NEAR.  THE DOINGS OF' THE WEEK-' AT  HOME AND ABROAD.  The Venezuelan Boundary Question to  be Settled at Once���������A   Forecast  , of the Next   U'. S.  Cabinet-An  Indian Murderer.  Local and Personal Briefs.  See Pete Arena's now ad this   issue.  Trains are. beginning again to be  i't tegular. t  Services at usual hours, morning and  evening, in the. Methodist church tomorrow.     Rev. J. A. Wood, pastor..  Clai ke Wallace is iu town to-day-;-  He was lo leave, for, t!ie. East this  morning hut the non-arrival of No. 2  lias detained him  Preshyterian s elmrcli : Service tomorrow evening at 7:30 ; Mr. Geddes.  I). A., missionary. t  * Baby 'is getting heavy you say!  Well, get, runnel's for your tiaby carriage or a hand-sleigh and \ou,iCiui  take her any where w itheiise. Jluwson  has both ! -  The adjourned case of. St ran berg vs.  McCalluiii was resumed Monday before  Justices of t'lie Peace Walter Scott, of  lllecillewaet, and Fred Fraser. iMr.  Campbell, of ' Victoria, represented  plainti.'l', and Mr. Pott's, of Nan.iinio,  the defendant. The. case, was dismissed by consent of both parties.  A WORLD'S FAI U���������At.Joe. Joe's  jiarlor. For gents who want, a shaving,  shampooing or sea foam, hot and cold  bat'b, tobacco, cigars and cigaiette.s of  all kinds, fruit or confectionery,  stationery am! so forth ; next door to  the Columbia   Hotel.    J. A. MoititAX.  Jack .Sands is always prepaied to do  teaming and hauling of all kinds at  .shortest notice. See. him about your  winter wood. *  Mrs. Ij. L. Graham arrived from  her long trip to France last. Saturday.  She, had a pleasant journey both ways  and was much benefitted in health.  On Tuesday young Livingstone,  Bourne Bios, clerk-, got a bad shaking  tip by a fall while eaiiyinga box from  the fieight shed to wagon. ]leis now  much better.  Hon. J. 1. Tarte, Ills wife and  daughter, Mr. Bourassa, M. P., and Mi.  Costij. CM, went through Tuesday in  the Dominion Government car.'Cumberland.  K. liowson it Co. are going to keep  up will) the time.-, and have decided to  ' Hon. Justice McCreig ib has announced his intention of retiring fro 111 the  bench and claims he has earned and is'  entitled to a pension. He gives as his  reason for retiring that his hearing is  failing.  The project, of building another section of the' Columbia <fc Western from  Trail to Bobs.011 is under consideration;'  The total duty collected at Smith  Kootenay points from July'l.st to Oct.  .'Ust is as follows; ,Rossland, $31,8(51.40;  Trail, $2(I,fi23.2.-������; Nelson, $17,081.82;  Kaslo, $i(5.295.0S ; Waneta, $],o5)l.-H ;  Kyki rt,s,'$l,:W2.00.--Tntal, $a-3,(J(xS.;")().  On    Wednesday  night a.   man   was  stabbed  and   sandbagged   on Johnson  street'Victoria. ' ' "'  t   .  The  two election  petitions, against,  Clarkeand Osier in West Toronto have  been merged into one and will be heard  January -Itli. ���������<     .   ���������  If. the School, Qestion settlement is  agieeablu , to the Liberals of Brandon,  Hon. Mr. Sifton will run for that seat.  Bad Young Man,' the Indian who  killed another, has commit ted another  murder by shooting Seivt. Wilde, of  the N.W.M.P., near Fort, McLeod. litis now surrounded and must, he  captured soon.  On Monday night a treaty of arbitration to co\er the Jong standing  Venezuelan boundary question was  concluded at Washington by Sir.Julian'  Pauncefote and., Secretary > Gluey.  Under tlie treaty two arbitrators "'ill  be appointed by .Britain and two by  the United States, these four agreeing  upon a fifth. King Oscar of Sweden  and Norway has been appointed -the  fi������tl? ut final arbitrator. It is said to  b(s" likely that a permanent arbitration  court wilU follow this to settle all  dilleiences between the United States  .\\\d Great Britain.  The Transvaal government l'as' decided to put in a claim for $5,000,000  against the British South African Co.  indemnity for Jameson's raid.  A special dispatch from Washington  says the composition of McKiulcy's  cabinet will be as follows: Tims. 15.  Iteid, Secretary of State; Chas. M.  Day, Attorney-General ;. Clay Evans,  Postinastei-General ;' liussel , Alger,  Secretary of War; ���������. Merriain, Interior; J I. DeYoung, Navy; John  Sherman, Tieasury.  ��������� Mrs.'Walter'Castle, of San Fian-  ci.sco, who vvas sentenced ' to three  months imprisonment for theft in  London, has been icleased by order of  the Home Secretary on the plea of ill-  health.  ore iiveragine; $I(i0 to the ton. A working shaft is t-o be sunk'500 feet, Jind a  concent raloi of 150 Ui'ns capiU'ity is to  be ready for April.  The Tit Bits and Edmonton, on Ten-  Mile, have, been bonded fo.- $25,000,' 10  per cent in cash.  Evans, &  Campbell,  of   Vancouver,  have bonded Ihe Corinth group.  'II. W. Forster, M.' P., of London, has  puichas-ed four-sixth of the Until group  at $104,000:  Twenty tons  of ore from   the,. Two  Friends went 270 ounces in   silver  asid  52 per cent lead netting $100 per ton.  ,     <\  Bondholder stock has advanced to 'W  cents. '  The Silver Belle,   on   Ivaslo   Creek,'  has carbonates going 220 lo 520 outlets.  The   Florence, 'near   the   Urennard  group, was sold   this  week  at a good  figure.      ' ���������  (iKXKKAU  The Uacklaycrs of'the Columbia  &  died ' Mountain   have arrived    at   the  O K trestle.    The trains  are  expected  to run thiough   into  Itossland  by  the',  20th.  /The. new O K .stamp mill  started   up '  last week and ran like a clock.  The sum of $1,000 is being 'raised foi  fire protection in Russia nil.  The Rossland Miner piotests against  the 1 eporls saying girls   were ' wanted?  in Rossland.    " .;.     ���������  The Rossland Miner says the retire-  inent.of Captain Fitzstuhhs should he a  iu the opposition platform next  election,.  Real estate is vei y lively in Rossland  and big sales are reported daily.  The Toronto,Globe is preparing a big.  special  number devoted   to   Rossland.-  and its mines.    It  might say  a   word  about the rest of the district'.'  The C. P. R. will build a first-class  "steamboat on Slocan Lake right away.  S.'Ynderst'm  k   Lay   will   soon   double  the size of   the   Halcyon   Hot Springs.  Hotel,   r  Heinze's Trail smelter will soon, it is  said, compete , fur lead ores 'with  American smelters.     r ,  Another electric light proposal has  been made to the Kaslo city council.  Cody is having a building,boom. ,    ^  ' The Slocan Star concent rator is  1 un-  ning half time on account of a scarcity  of water,  Di. Arthur, of Nelson, has been fined "  $50 for  non-compliance  with   saniUny  regulation's.  Considerable interest is being taken  all ovei the country in the church' row  a I'Kaslo.  1 ^ *l)  go into a strictly cash business. Their  iniitlo a'ler l^ov. 1st wiil be cash sales,  low prices and quick let urns. "'*  Mi'-s Olsen, who !i..s been employed  iu Albert Stone's (lining room a;l  seiiiiuei, left Wed.iesdav lol Biandeii  al  I lie foot of Slocan   L.d:c.  l-iocl: ill place The lies! place I'  roc!, in this v.c.thci   is ,,t home'in'one  o  f .11  OWsoil's   c!|Uji'C   I'.Citlitt,'  '     SOUTHERN  KOOTENAY.  r  Happenings' of Interest  Amongst' its  Various Camps. -  TRAIL CJllKlilv.  A strong vein of from 1(J lo IS inches  wide with seams of solid coppei has  been'traced on the View for 700 feet.  A company with Judge Spinks as  president has been formed lo operate  the R E Lee and Maid of Erin.  The main tunnel of the Josie is now  within 30 feel of tlie big ore chute.  The Colonna, which is being handled  by Jim Wardner, is pushing, development with a big crew.  The Silver Bell, iu the south hell, has  a ledge 20 feet wide the ore in which  gives a total value of $100 per ton.  Th"re are two and a half feet of  beautiful ore iu the.shaft ot the Mascot.  There are now 20 inches of fine copper  ore on Ihe hanging wall on the Red  Mountain.  The Cracker Jack has changed hands.  The Imperial, on Lookout .Mountain,  has a huge quantity of $.'J2 oie iu sight.  The Mayflower continues to improve.  Thi-ore body is now 14 inches wide,  averaging $100 in value.  The lower tunnel on the Mabel struck  the ledge last week.  Toe Delacola shaft at the depth of JO  feet shows two feel of solid ore.  The Leap Year gi imp has been bond-  ed for $18,000.  The shaft, on the Annie Fraction has  an ore body in sight going $21).        '  Finch and others have bought 110,-  000 shares of Novelty fin $10,0-10 and  secure cont ml.  A Toronto syndic-ale has bonded the  Giant claim for $100,000.  SLOCAN. |f  ii  Considerable lie.volopnicu't is   being  done on tlie  Currie  group.and  shews  ��������� A Big Deal in the .Slocan.  The largest deal yet mademu the  Slocan (vvas consummated last week  when a two-thirds interest in the  Ruth Mining Company passed to H.,  M. Foster, of London, Eng. The  Ruth group consists of four claims ���������  Ruth, Wyoming, Hope and Despair���������  which were located in 1S92. They are  situated about 1,000 feet above San-  don on the. Slocan Star road .and- are  the nearest,shipping properties to the.  railway at, that town. There lias been  over 1,000 feet of worl- done ' on the  mine and shipments legularly made,  over a thousand tons being shipped  last season. There is a 12ft ore chute  on tins Ruth and,the ore is of the  highest grade in the Slocan.'  An Irish Witness.  An Trish witness vvas being exaniin-  ��������� ed ;w to his knowledge of a shooting  afl'.iir.' " Did you see the shot, fired 'I"  the magistrate asked. " " No, sorr, I.  only heard it,!' was the evasive leply.  "That eiidence is not satisfactory,'*  'replied the magistrate sternly. "Stand  down!" The witness turned round, tu  leave the box, and directly his back  was turned lie laughed derisively. The  magistrate, indignant tit this contempt  of court, called him back and asked  him how lu>. dm ed to laugh in court.  " Did ye see me laugh, your honor?"  queried the offender. "No, sir, but I  heaid you/' was the irate reply. "That  evidence'is not satisfactory," said Pat  quietly, hut with a twinkle in ins eye,  and this time everyliody laughed  except the magistrate.  John Abrahinnsnn went to Trout  Lake Monday and teturned Friday.  John Grant, J. P. Kennedy ������nd Ole  Sandiierg came, down from tlie North,  Fork on Sunday.  Mrs. W. J. Lee's mother and sister  arrived from OxUiw, N.W.T., Monday  evening. Her sister will gc on to Sau  Fr.uiciscci after a short stay and her  mother will reside here.  A. ' Cummins, the. store-keeper at  Ferguson arrived up yesterday.  Mr. Farrell, ������,f Parrel I & Dunn,  owners of the Silver Cup, went soutli  yesterday.  Frank Barnaul is at Arrowhead and  with Mr. Jainiesou will pay u^ their  men. ..'. " .������������������''' '��������������������������� va<;-h ii
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A'r'vlx.S Jfc .'SMITH.
1'i-i:lisiii:i:s \m>, !'Jci)i'is:i.roi:s.
Subscription   ?a-ioe,    S2.00    Per,  Annum
Ac;' m'iiii.ti.v i.n   vdv.vnci: '������!.
'JON'THAl'T ADVKUTls.MMlCN'rs in-viteil at
llie nut nf s'L.Vi jjr->- column im-li ]i, r moiii li.
>'<ir-]iai-cs ul -i\- (-(ilmiiil in; lies or ever ,-f.l
lii'i im 'i ner i.iiailli.        n
Iinu lu-st i.'i.erlu-n, .if. jiui- line i-.u-li siili-e-
qiii-nt iii���tiioh. Tin; number nf lines
rickniKil i.y-imi-c oicuiui'il, I- Jini's to llie
ini'li. .
lCWJMXC; XO KICKS lile. iH'i- line rai:li in-
serliiiii, miles-, colliimiled for by llie UMi
lues. '
JOK I'lMNTlXC nf isvei-y l.-iiul al imisl, i-ca-uii-
iiblc r.it-v,- mill sliorti'M iiutiic.
AC'('Ui."X'l'.s I or .|ob iiriiitiiiK or ad vert isini;
j >.-, v a I) i c- ol) I lit- lii-i of evi'i'V month.
C'Olili'K.'sl'nNDKNClC on all matters of local
or public iiileiv-l in\ iicil anil carefully eon-
niili'i'i:il. All < oiiiiniinic.itioiis lo tins Ivlilui-
iiiusl In- iiei-i|inp.i!iii (1 by I lie inline ol llie
1 writer, not neees^u-ily tor publication, bill
iusiiii eeiileiieuof Kood fiiilb.
Tine Kootioxay Mail.  ,
RevoUokc, B.C.
coming of a Western cyclone. ���'I
heard ii stampede of feel <ei the pave- j
nient- below. Little pillais of thist
walked like phantoms. The air. which
li.nl been sultry, turned deadly' cold,
and ye! j mi could not breathe i! in
that strange vacuum, it wn.-as if air
had    been    w it liiiraw n,   and   a   siiili-ig
Marvels' in .Miniature.
.lorless g,is -nh-tii nleil.     It  im-
objeils willi a whistling ^ciimiii, i
saw Ihe.sky drairgiug on the opposite
roofs, ri-iug and rebounding ; and limning down into I he eclipsed streets, j
joined men standing on a t ro-,-,iiig holding their lia's on. My head was bare,
and 1 had a sensation of having my
) hair pressed into my skull. North wild,
vapor bounded along the surface of the
eaithat right angles lo a mo.'iiig wall
of black lies-coining out of llie southwest. Bagired lights of. bird'.s-egg
green zigzagged in llii.s wall, and toe
laces of all round me were dim and
ghastly ' We snuitheied in icy river id
exhausted air, and the wall e.iine. oil
with a million locomotive roars, flashings and scream-rising in its, course.''
The rest was darkness. Tlie narrator
was picked up wiLh several broken ribs
and a fractured skull.
! His stated that the Salem, Mass., i
Museum has in il_- posse-sinn a ch'erry-
.-tooe coniaining a ilozen silver spoons.
The -lone i-of Ihe oidinai'V" >]/. ���, the
spotiii- being so sMial] ilial their shape
and fhii-b can be distinguished only by
t!ie microscope. ,-         ,
Dr.'  Oliver """
Rubber Boots
and Shoes : :
wear like iron.
REVELSTOKE, NOV. 11, 181)0.
Tun proprietor , of the Vancouver
Wcnii'l (which is said to ��� be the chief
organ of the Liberal pally in this
Province) last month, for the fust time,,
visited Kootenay. He has become impressed with tlie magnificence of its
tes.ources and the urgency of its wants,
and iu his new found knowledge asks
the. Dominion Government's attention
to it    needs, chiefly  to   the   improving
"of our rivers and lakes. He, .points out,
at great length the, need of improving
that portion of the, Columbia between
Waneta and Bobson, and says, in just
<i's few'.words as i* can be said, " north
of llevelstoke there" are places which
likewise reipiire attention."
This'pilgiiin, who has travelled once
on "that portion of   <he   river   between
.Waneta ii'nd Bobson, asks, iu the
conceit of his new experience, for
.���?5,000'inore for a portion of the river
on which already the Dominion has
spent many thousands of dollars, fjo
much, indeed, has been expended there
.that itiwas used as u campaign cry
against Mr. Mara that he. got up-
itions which  benefited   his   own
ivi-1 an .->( count >>l a
chei rvslone on w hieh were carved 1:H
heads, so distinct iy thai the naked eye
could distiugui-h those" belonging to
Pope-and Jviugs hy their mitres and
A Nuremberg top maker enclosed in
a i-lieri y-t'one, which was exhibited at
the Palace, Paris., a ;-,|,ui of riebastopo!.
.i i ail way stal inn, and the "Messiah"
of Kiopsiock.
, Th.it,was ,i faiiy-like little lea service
presented' lo the Crown Prince and
i'rinccss o|' Germany. The tea-tray
had been beaten out of an old Prussian
halfpenny. The leap<it vvas made out
of a German I'arl liisig, and the tiny
cups fiom coins of different. German
The reference to coins brings (o mind
what 'beautiful little -model engines
have been made which will stand,
perhaps, on a five cent, piece. .
Canada possesses one of the tiniest,
'engines in the world. ' It measures less
than a quarter of an 'inch iu any
direction, and has a cylinder one-
twentieth of an inch0 in diameter.
"Despite its dimensions the " power'" of
L11Is- minute machine is calculated in
the ordinary way, though it. would i e-
qiiire' about   t wel've, ' thousand    such
engines to do the work of one horse.
* '��� . , - ,
Another marvel of iiigenTiii.y  in'the
same line has been produced by a
watchmaker. This little engine' is of
the upright pattern, and h made of
silver and gold. It resls on a twenty-
five cent gold piece, and can be worked
either by -team , or compressed air.
The cylinder is a little less than'one-
sixteenth of an inch in diameter, with
a little less than three I hii l,y-secouds
of an'inch stroke. The balance wheel,
is one-third of an inch in diameter, and
can make something like, one thousand
revolutions a minute.
There was iu the Pari- Exhibition a
slenni-eugme made- by a watchmaker,
which was, about half an inch in height,'
composed of one hundred and eighty
pieces, and weighing two, penny-
vvi'ighls. .'    '
Walc'nniakeis ami jewellers seem
fond of displaying their' ingenuity in
some minute marvel oi other.
A Turin jeweller, for instance, made
a tiny boat formed of a -i-i^le pearl,
which shape it a.-siiiiies in swell and
concavity. Its sail i- of beaten gold
studded with .linmoii.l-, and Ihe headlight .it it- prow i-a j eifivt ruby. .\n
emerald serves as   its   rudder,   and   lt-
pue.      I lie dictionai y ot   tlie   Emperor ! stand is a sf.io of ivory.    It weighs less
ICang-Ili   contains   about   ,11,700   dir- j than half an   ounce,   and    its   pi ice   is
ferent characters, which aie so ancient | $���>,''.I-1. c
that  they   may   be   neglectei
\A!   B. McKECHNiE,
�� * ��� (M.U.. M.D.C.M.I
kKVFJ.STOKE _._. . . B.C.
Ol'VlCi'. in i!. f-.i'-i-.i-i's lio'i-e (n:'\t IVc-b.\ It r-
i.iti ("mi:*, ill. Cili'- b\ 'Pi lj'ilioiie or "VI ���-
fC'-.rp'.i tno'iil'liy .itlHiiiti'd lo. Olllco hour-:
<):."'! to 1J .1.1:1., I::;ti to I and 7 In Si p.m.
A"^ ""3      1
��, "YS $ iff
It      8 S    " S      i.
The Fastest Boat Afloat.
Charles R. Flint, of New' York', is
hav ing a,yacht built that will be the
fastest, boat, afloat. She is to have'a
guaranteed speed of f..hirly-three knots,
or thirty-eight statule, miles, an hnui.
She will he 122 feet long on the watei;
line, ]2i(feet beam, and, four " feet
diaugbt. The,new boat is fitted with
twin screw's and quadruple expansion
engines of 2,00'J-hoise power. While
nothing is wanting to make the boat a
beautiful pleasure yacht, at the same
time this boat is so designed that in an
emergency' it"-can be ,lra;isfoi uied in
three-days into one of Ihe fastest, most
powerful and daugeious torpedo boats
afloat. The whole forward portions of
the deck and pilot-hous'e are so .'constructed that t hey can he readily removed and-replaced by turtle back and
conning tower, as well a- another conning tower aft, both ,lilted with independent s|e(>i nig gear, lb- armament
will coiisi-l of Iw-oll-inih automobile
tot podoes. There will nl-n be fitted
one six-pounder rapid-fire gun on each
side of I he' conning lowers,' and two
one-pounder rapitlfiiring guns on either
side of the deck amidships; thus, as a
torpedo boat, it will not. only have' a
high speed but will, have a higher-,
powered battery than has ever been'
iilted on a torpedo boat before.
Most Difficult Language.
, English is, we know, a most diliicult
language to a Frenchman, a Germ, n,
a Russian; but to the. Englishman 'the
tongue which pi esents most ditliicult ies
is Chinese.'* Indeed, .John \\ e.sley once
reiuaiked that the Chinese language
was in vent eil by the evil one to keep
missionaries out of  the" Gelesti.i'
OH AS. R. CARLYON,   ,      .
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or-d   T'lfsfriPT Pn'ilip
utiu   Liuliiil j   Liicl.jt
.i^-Oi-'KICK:   "M MLliuiMiiiK. IJi-vi !-tfike, U. t'.
V A ?\ ! )A I A.,   PUOPR'IKTOR.
Crsaeral Blacksinlt!i & Woodworker
Repairs to Wagons.    Tools Sharpened.
, ' 'KliOKINli   A   s-l'iX-iAI/PY.
Front, .Street, llevelstoke.
Haircut, 25c;  Bath, 50c; Six Shaving
Tickets for S1.00.
Repairing'Neatly &.-Promptly Executed.
V/hoIesale    and   Retail
Pur.vcyorHof High-class Meals.
��� RSVBLSTOKE, B.6." :
All orders in our line will he  promptly
., attended to.\ ,
Usivfi-yyiJ-'j  Vv LhvSj)
Wsll Purnishod-.Roonis/
LipoFS'SM Cigaps,   -���
' t ���" "   "      ( ���    ""
Ferms 32 per day. '��� . Kaniloops Hccr on Draught
Kevalstoke, B. C-
Largesl'Hotel' in Town,' .
OenLraily 'Lceatetf, Best Accommodation, ,
��� ���'.,   .    ' '" .; Pp88. Buv Rates $1 pep day.
BROWN  & CLARK,  Proprietors.      /
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, ' Draught, Beer always on tap.
S FflM HOT 0P0IMPQ   Upper Arrow.Lake, B.C^
LUJh  Hill   ysJulJlUC,   ���    Under same  iManag'cme.iL
���>-:>i-vi n
liv   tin
Insured Against, Twins.
utoderu stedeiits.     Tliis lefers only   to
the   learned    langmiire.       besides   this j     A, tu.i!K, .,..,.   l()o   ollen   n-arded   iu
piopriations wiucii   neneiuen   ins   ow u j ' horn    :\vt}   t n-'   tonir;ies_ user!   ny    the j , |1(, p^i,^ ,,,- (���.,,,,:) s- (..'ilauiit,ic--, an enter-
: , .,    , , , ...     ,.      ���        i mandarins,    that    in    v'.rie'n     modern    ,, ��� :.,���,-., ,,,.,,,,.,,* ,���.;,,i,.   ;.   ;.    t ,t,.,i
boats, while other places, like the rivet  ,.      , , , i pi i-i.i^ Kisuranee sm ill \,   it.  I.  -t.ileil,
'" ��� '       -    ' l)(",ls 'Vl!fl new>p!M,e,s a.e printed, and ; |llM ...1,^.5,',,^ t��� i���,���. polieies upon   the
lli.o-      to      tile  ' '
witious provintres  of   the   empire,
Kun-fiVli". Tarte will do   well,   when j local idioms, the -Umrainl tie-diH'erent
e .
'oiial liv tile   name-   ot   -'erla:!!   p:o-.
north of Jievelstolce, had   to' ^o   with-,'1       ...mi,.,    dialer's    neeuli u-    10    lt , - , ,-    .     .       ���       -���..
' C1"     ,M'llu     oiaut.s    iiiiu.i.u      10    ci    , cl)i,|1Mj,,.n( hn-lh nt twins. Tliepremium
, i-, $20, ami it   I he eat .iitroplie   happens
iiie puliev hold -r leiMVers $1,000.    The,
he considers'the   impruve.nent ' ot   the j Imi-ua-es_ ��.,,..krn   horn   time   ,i���ii,..���i-    ,||0   .,^5,.   L-i   ..^   'lK.I|W1,,.;|   its
Columbia^ to   take   enhance .of   the \ '.,,ul 1,.V.I"P   ":���u'~   "l ;,,T,a:"   f s!l.(��M. and i- happy, elal/d and uume. -
' ��" i uiee-.      1 he i o eieiue- nt   t ;e-��- idioms ,       ,...
2 .   ,1 1. .    1-1  ...     it,,.,   ii,,. -       ... .        .     , , on-.        If  i.miiii.1   v   must,   et   eoui's-e,
tacts as [iresented >by others   than   the . , ts    ,.,> M) nr.-foin..!   that   the       <,        ,'    .h. ,     ,
.       ,,-,;!.,,. . .' )>r. il uirli   I ne   threat t"-l   taut um   ,1-
iiersoieiieious nronrietoi ut   Llie   Hunt. 1 miiaiutaiiis or   virion-   nin\ tm.es   ..in- . . . '   ,.,
I I 1        * , ' t'.\ i  1^ -111' (U.'-tl  iK'i'i'lul.'lt''/.
If the Minister of  Public   "Winks   wiil    not uiulei.-tr.iifi on- .n.'.t.i."-       1 he  :;i-  ���       ,
", , |-     . ,   ;.,   :,.,,.,   ,    ' habitants of tiie-.ime   c:,*'.    ."���:���"���   --I'll
order as much expenditute  in   uiipno        . , ,     ��� -
',',_., .  t lllie- <>ohi;esJ   In   !,ave    I.-,   M-'.    to
in-the.B.q IVnd of the CI .....ma ���'". j,,^,,,..,., .���,.���������, ,^r lr.,i , , :> ���.;
lias already been put between \\ unera , ']-,, j,.#l. (1 :,, ��;,,Mi; (_.i;.,���,. ;> :.., ...
and ]-iobson lie   will, open   an   equally , lifetime 1- m.i en >j���','i f.n a   fv:i,(;��
'rich mineral countiy tli.it   will   benefit '  -r- ,
Canadian trade and people enoi niously '      Some  Ptrfume iecret^.
If ihe  U'vrlrl writer had looked a little ,      yt .^ ;l    ,f.,,,.Kl]"7mt    mi-t.,;,.-i   1
fui thee tluui his nose,  lie   would   li;ur ' t|mt   putume-   .11 e   pi'.i':-'	
f\Vli FALL STOCK coii-
sisting of Patent Medicines, Drugs, Druggist's
Sundri.es .and Toilet Articles
has just been received and may
he had at the lowest prices.
Full line of Stationery ami
Cigars always, on hand.
THE   SkVaSlGXE'   PiiAfiMAOY.
"Ti mr
m ^Ga'F^
fine:   ALES
Dz'ausriit -and   Boltlsd.
11 s.
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S7��o  '
Galena Bay
T.  AR1-NA,  Proimukto'k
Wholesala and Retail
Rsvels'toke Station
:.!,!���. 1.1
'!1    h- 'a   :,
"o'l -e.'Ul    -(ill,  lave.      Di.l'l'l
.  alter all ?
irot.-r���f)b, > es   he   did.    Hut,  of
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iilv/iwlh'V-T ]?"��� I'-.1'Lfl!!!!,C<'
ill << lit J lliilloj    i  il.J'J    Ji��!.J,J
The- Outport of tix'
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Rates $1 and $2 a.Day
Trouf Lake District
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Stockholm' House. Illffi
Jl_  to.
-' e Mil  I mi-.
'..m-��-.  iVauri"! i.r-e--in^   and   refused    , T       A \\> q pVn -,-.]m -p A       f  f   C
in-,'}- ami. end   ne  didn't  a-1-   me   ihe!"'   &..    lU-.tLi cluCtJio,     L.\j.J.H
Assays and Mining Bnjiiioor,
62 ,   IIASTlXtl.S ST.,    ���
learned   that   there   \vu-   every    prob-  vdi-t liatiun or do'vi
I^,i'_'ii,-v , '.'.". ii. i,''\v, did tile Helsle ]
Mi-- K'.i.'l'y tie it ymi ? Turned you ���
I -hi. ! - nip.)-.' Y '^ 1
iii i_rjt- Ji nmj I :(-enil\ |i���TuriU'd me |
i.i^nr    X   !   ni'ii-.i.    i'   v..s t he labio. !
alnlitv. now  that  iheie   ,ui-   Anieiiean i produced fiom ili.wei- at ,;'',   ��� |e ;    .tie
���1 1      1   '1       1 ������   .1.      1. ...... I tin'   ie-ull    of   ''iu-mieu!    ,.rl''i>-   '   I'. .'
railwa\s on both   banks   ot   the   muer ' ,   , ,     ,
-till   III UlS   1 it   tie  l)i   ,11 e    t -I ',  i;.\   <li 11 , . (l
river, ot  the steamer   b.-im:   taken   oil    fl.t���ri ,l�����o.-.  -wn-l.  m��-fo��m r ,.-   ���,!,,
iheie ami put on above Ke\elsLoke. |,ni|���)-e.   puii-ipifiv    in    iiir     -..nth    ot
Fran. e.      What  is d'-ne i-    'h.<    -l|.-.t-
>ii ''las-i em ei ed  v. 11 ! i   iluiiiwj    tat    mi'
Mi     ('���,:
:,,-Hii.e���s   -,ne    tune   i,���. ���    A)] ass<iv, .lni] aiialvtie.-il wiik done in
]..;-..,. I   .  li   :-    Wln-u, lie   1-,   youil'.f.
\-ap,i...j   of   'i 1- ,  reini-mber   tliat   a
iii-i'i f..'..-i  To; ���.'.���:- 'bi-  l.-Mer-.
"l! I-     (    I  bll-ol|l .���'.. k.     - III
What Iir\,.n had   to   liuiit   i-   now
n/..r '������- 1 I've, im!   i  t.ii-..' not j
It 1 '_-,���!- Ilin-e ol   i.;-    .   lie    -
may not loi-
he often
duplie.'iti;   uitb
'   Scrupulous usi-��:oni.l ciro anil disnatcli.
.J. A .ji'-iSK'r.WT').\ l<], !'i;oijiiti:Toi>'.
V'liri    5 3 ������ vi��r- -"���'   f^-^K"^    in   "ErV^^?!";!? o/'S    pijlh    rnri    hflflT    Trifli
iiltlciiMimH iiUiim iiS lurdiiSlidii vvktl liid DcSl lad
iflaFRsi aiiorcs.
i*~ u jj.*T=.^Jtttsa.is,.,ac^--c>j.j=rTa ^v ���n.tr.-sg.x.^rJSBi.'^.v.T.���
made evident by   niiiuemiis  dispalehes j ,,|,u.(,(j ,,v.,,.. rbe tlouei-. -nai it  ,-   im,iv
iinuouueinL;   the   reopenii
faeturies  and   indu-uries.    Tlu*\   .shitr
down  jllMt  before eleetioi). as an   objeet  J
ot   in.urn     sui pi f-mir how   |in�� kU tli"t.i
���   I In, pel fume.      ') he oil'.I
j   bl(is--om.  t lie  ! llbcrose.   I
k'l}    tfl"   t.ll     .I'l-ll o-   ,
) he oil'.I   ��� t  t lie   lil,ill'_'e
\ tolel.    and
1 the jes-amine -lie cui^hi  in    tin--   n.u
lesson    to   the   poor     operative     what j T))��� s,���.,.ls ,,,;._,��� ._   ilM,   ,],,.,,    .,.���,    j,,
would be  the   result    if   he    voted    fori  t his eountty,  u. b.'i': th<'\  are dijijiei)  11,
".silver.     It vvas a bald alternative,   but j spiiits. of wine, ano1 so the fi.i^ian. e  is
-be  should   remember   '��� wli.acwr   day ! h'ui.ediately lib.-i.ued and   mi<.'s  uitb
1 .       ,    ,, . . ,1 the liouid.     It l�� not ���>_'( uei .d!v   known
"makes 111.in ;isave. lakes hit I htswortli      , '        ...       .   , ,, . -..
thai   the 'hly-ot-tbe i.nlev.   helioe-ope.
away.     Trusts triumph now and   inon- ! ImneC-ufkle.' uallllower. ,'i,,d othei pet
When I fumes we puieha.se in shops ate e.m
I fiuted frtnil the -uiell of other llowei -
j M Pie-te,   in   his   book   mi   peifn'me-
5T   H.  HEAPS & CO.,
i 1 ,-,.ii t'i);-.i.n,Lsi.. ,111.1 I'nwi'll St.,
\'ANC0i;vi.;u, n.c.
.Uinr-nii'l   .Milling
CdPtificate of RfisisLrjtion of a WhmW\��Wi '""hAX���"*
III /l U i i a 1>J l!i it 1     I'suni,-.    Di.iiii.iii.l
rni-pi'i-liii^ Drill-.
Foreign Gonipjny. ..��� ,m MUx,rv  s..
1 'iiii|i'i-j-i - ,\i'   I'i-    1^   .ii'i!   1.1 1   ..iiin^   l-.i^.       Iloili-r-,   Wiiler   \\ licel-.   ule.
Umt"fi   Sr,pes   aii'i   Dr:t:s i  Coiurnljia --    -
Mining Company 'F-oi-'iirn)
ll'V.-r.   -ill..    M-I 1J.1-. ot  f >. Iomt. I-'t;
opolte.s    inability    t heniselves.
will t he people's tin n be ?
WiiKXjjie waterwoiks are iu and
t'e.sted, conceited action should be taken
bv the pro'peYty owner-, for a reduction
in the extravagant insuianee. rate*. If
it was neeessary to pay 6;5 ;oid -^1    pet
tells us bow \v e e,i n make our j.eifmrie-
the beauty of wlui-ll caiuiot be [iiil
chased. Ills reeifif for heiiotio|,i
pomade is veiy simp!'1. Kill a
with flariiicd fat. pku e it near a hi'
-Dlb.it   the fat  melts; t hi'iw in ,e-m in
I lini.'KUV < l'..:TIHV tun i h.t\>. lln- il.ij
I i(..:i-o-i (I i in- Cintiil s..lf- .iii'l I'.riii- .
' i>'iiii.I,.,i ,\l,,<itij: ( 'iiiiji.itii 'l-'xri'i^m iiiuli i Hi.
I" iei|iinii-' \'t I'.irl IV. K'-^'l-ii itl nai ut
r-',).-  ,.--. t 'i.hij, u.j   -   in [   * -iu .' 'ii'i^'  \t \
I I,.   l,i .ul i.itu i  ui'iii   -.\.',t\ i ,a,,|,,ii,.    . -e   .it
.flat Ii.'   f .' .   ut   K.ei-a-   Ci-',    il. lie  -|.u< ,jf
V. -    -a ,r~\
'i"ji .j,,  . i-f'>-   i hi   '.   Ui     i'a.i,'i iiij )- < .i.n,
'.I-'iri!.!   .   .      J.,       r. .1,1. '-.   UO'ft,   li'sll, Ililp.-'iM .
^^ .. '��-,. M].i, ':' 1^. . - i fJ- 't'1,* r t i ... ,u ,[inp l.ojii.
ll.^J) j.. Ot I i I -.' i'i .is. Hi - ,.fi't I a , ,11^' '!,i.'n-
', li '-,)%'..! !'! l, ,' l,. -.- i,.i 'I lli , tn j of ||,.
.-I.Lt.'r ..:. !   !"-.   ���"..   .-   r,'   i J.r   i   [��� I. ii -i.,o .   id
H."ll-lil    ,.'.J I .','k'     I      .-   'I   iJllLffl.,Mi r,i j;,
,ui;. ./lei-   ..u.,r; ',���-.���.'!,��� i-.>ai'.n. .'"/.
oi r i '   ..u.|   i u: i[i hi ,  i., ii-ii
���!"..'!   r;    ii.  ii   ',i.'    lii.fi.le 'I
- .,' I'm- ;, i"    ,i   ,.��� . i   i,;,     ., i,..{-i ii i|r���'l.,r-
f'"'. ���Ii!:;,.,;:',.;'l,.,,.1.t.'
.,.,,. .   , . . .        ���      ,    i     . ii ii        i   ,   ., ,      ... ��� ' n  iiikI   i   '.I'   '. oi I   ,ir ���!   -' .i    of ','H   ,.  ,ii
?5l00    without   a    waterworks ,m stein       heli>.| i ni.e llowei w ;im pos-,ihle , !e|   tliem'   Vni'.r,i    i'.ir.in        ���.:'  !'.. 'i    ,.   i   ,���,..,���.> t    " i-
I'i.o.i li   ���'   h',,.f  'li'ii.i,   ...     I'.ui, .,,[,',! / ,'. ;,���
with it the   rate   should   be   less  thin. I '''���>"���""  r''"'   I wr-nt y four   limns.
-t nun ,
| oil'I lie fa1, and   adtl    flesh    tine-.      Il"
'[  pea,!   this pioeess Cora   Week,    and    the
'Till'.   I'rvanites,    although    defeatetl   I fat, will  beeoine pomade a  l,i helii.t.iope   ,
Ol'hei   lioweis  fan    be   ttf-i'tetl    in    Ihe i
Iim v e one jjr.iin of comfort left m the
possibiliiv of retaining the senate.
'J'bis is a e;ood thing fiom the point ol
\ le.v of tari.l' r.'formeis, and in iv pic-
\ent a reeiirieuee of MeKinleytsm.
W'.iat a Cyclone Looks Like.
Jn a little sloiy hy Mniy llarlwell
(Jatberwooil in the All-uitUc, Munlhly
we K''t a 'vivid ^description   of  Ihe  on-
same w.i v.
i yoTifi.;  (-���  ifmiki'V   f./vi:\'  ti���,t  fi���
 ' * ' . 1      [i.n I 'i"i -'ni>   In ���   .''.I-.    '���   i \i  ! inj;  l,( !   i, i i,
WiTe      John,   I've   talked    I,.   voum'd V'r ,','���,,''"''!'.' I-':."''!    ,l:     "":���'������   ,""''     l"1"'
I I    I i I, II, > III.  O,     .   ''' (I'M       I    �� Ml  --    1.1,     I ill- , I p,  -, ,| [
talketl I o von, tin v in   a nil da v ��� .u I, but "'' '���' ' '"'���" mi !��� I ' ���'  Hi   i   nun if ul' II ii, |,,.., ,
.,      , ,     ' . !<���        .    ���        i Hi"-! .   .va1-    l'--'ilvil    ,.,-  llnlHl ll   f I.H41 IU    iinli,,
ll iloesii ���    -eeiu    It.   have   anv   illeilin       11,   |,,., ,,i \-,,.., .,, i,, ,    | i;i,      , j,.   ,.,,,M|,| 	
reroiuiim;   voili    Uav.     I  wmld like I..,1 'V ~ 'v'",!"' 'i",!l1'" "' '   ]r\J  ''   "ll,"  ���'������"'  '"���''
! In   >i-,'i    i     Al.le   '."e    leiili i-  In.,   linn   i,,i|,|(. ,,
know what you   i<ii |oi-hur  a   b>r, anv - ll'.o-ii,-  n ..    \|. t.i.  ;. r.     \1!  .1  'm     .,v. m.r I
, . I f .. I i >I| i^,,i.   I '.,-.  l:    i. >,,..'!    ,,,.    ,,.��� i,l'   i ..    I I. .1
.lollll   ''To tC''t thill', lest    whit-
lind at home, my dear.
, Th3 Cyanide Process.
, Traatctl ami Reported on
By The,  MncArthur-Forrest
(luri'i I ('v.iiiltlni inn.)
By Th-;   MncArthur-Yates
(jViiii l.<,iin,iliijii ,-iii.l ('viiiiiil.iliini.)
l'"o({ ,l'.M!TI('l"L.\lt.S
The Cassel Gold Extracting Co.,
W. Pellew-Jf.'in'cy, F.C.S., Supt.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Z'.' ,\,-- 1} ,'n^ III .ill i{.i ln.Uii-.'ii-s. .'I'.'dlii
Insur/inofi rind Mining Broker.
I'.'1. M,iii,i,-.r l/.iiflfin ,v hum inliirr Life
A^ Hitra lit e I'o, M't-i t/rr Vm 'icii'e i r Mlni'i;/
I'.iiii-.oi. Sto'jk Iti u*l lljllaliio Comjianics
for H.ilc. -.'-.'it-l^
',',()'���'> 'Cor.iovn St.,    Vancouver. B.C.
ir'nieiiisiai ii-. s inii.si. ne ,,,,i,i' i,n ���.! i.iti^i*,',,',v 1 Wholesale   Paoer   Dealers' and
Ai.:<Ji.'i.'i^iir l>y ivliuiii  nil   lin.lnlit.i-.--i n|  ���:ii,| ih-i,, | A,    ;. ,
win in: liqni.im...ti;        , .i. c:. Mi;rciii.s'(\" ... otattoners . .
'".     .MlllN  UUfDIIISd.-;. . \/AMorM l\/rn       or*
J!cvelsl,.)l<e,.>ii.vr.ni!.(a-:ll, .lull.ti. .- ;!ML ' i!-ia, IL'iu ' ' VAWOUU.VER,     3.C.
W.   U O ����? A' N ,     .
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AliiUIIA.MSON  r.UOK.,  Puoimiiktoks.
',  linn :n il <n
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'III,.., Ill
Dissolution or P��ptR'jpshin.
First-class Table   ���   GS-ood Beds   -f   Fire-proof Safe
Telephone   ���   'Bus Meets all Trains.
fitZzna   ��� ��jww
LJ [���L tL IH
AIMiAMAMSON   HltOS, Phoimsmstobs.
Evcrylhing new and rirs{=c!ass in all Respects.
T.'io IIdiisc Is stocked with the. Finest Wines and Cigars in .the Market
TBdUT l_^v_:k::e];citt, ;B.g. HIE KOOTENAY MAIL.
��� J.
Under five.
Buckle, sir--Rev. Dr. HurUle, li.'Siul,
li-iinilifl over the luck of Hie .-ent lie-
fore im- anil fcrjispinK niy h.onl he.-irtily.
Glail to know yon, 1 replied.' Iiuleeii;
I've l.eeii loiijrinu: foi ��ome one t,o Uilk
to, for it seems lo me that, this .jonrtiey
is inlerininri'ile'.'
Slow li-ain���luitl roml. s.-iiil my new-
made frienil, llimwintf his liitfii hat on
the li.ii'k of his heail and l.itinj,' the cud
<ilTof aeiK.ir: Oh, 1 see you sim.ke.
Don't, lill your pipe. Take one ol" these
--excellent���ni/ule hy  one  of   my  con->
' 1 onlv smoke a pipe. T s.-ij.h streLch-
in<n' the t.nilh a' little tlmL he might, not
feel offended. Then 1 p,re.ssed my face
a-ainst the window and, peel ed . out,
into the i-ountiy thimigli which we
were miminir.
Fine hind, eh? said Di. Buckle, 1
don't think, as my thiid s,���r, a clever
l.id, if ever there was one, says. 11
jn.st, happens that I know this re-ion
pretty well! , There! Did von see'thal
-place where the road ciossed a creek
on a wooden lirid-e.    That was   where
his sweethe.irt clinging to, him,   liefoi
me, madly l.ishin.u; I in- liHile.--.
He has    conn*   te,   or.o   of   the men
KateSpi iii.','house^,ivealiltl"scr.'a>n
of iov, winch was followed hy  another _      	
,,fiear,andan invohinU.ry  seizme  of j ^OTICM IS fl,���-. ^^^^
, ^*     a -itt mc^ Hii i lie v ��ii!]'> v ..I., i v* iu
her lovers arm. | ^   |u.i,],.n   ,lt     It.-.-el-ioke,      i).''..    on
J hear them, ho said, hut we will he
null ried hefoie they c.ilcii its. ���
As 1 sat there in th.it l >ui-h, ru-'.f.i'i,.
hounding -.va-n.-i, haUe-s, with lift
protection fiom the autumn wind--, the
word-, of an old j-vut   of  mine  caiiiw
h.uk to me. ���ii'iti^inj^ endless comfort.
It, w.iS fiom the iiist c!.-!U:��ei;f pi-ovcrU
1:17- Beltei-isa d.-y inoisei. Jn I hat
discomsel m.tdo .i point oi, the fact
tliut. jiiivthii'm is  belter   than   nothing,,
���> ���
\\'"{lne-d.lV. t'.l'
iTjtii il.iv o!" N-ivemher.
���Kamloops, B..0.--
Export Lager Beer in bottles and kegs
All orders promptly filled
P>.  WtfHKl-KirX   -
it in M't-lo-I:  in
the   fore.
t^fe'C-i'fc.'t?    %>A   "w.l.KMCIN'MXII.-.Olt.
j .lll.'l ll' .1   I
;S. ���>. 'iivA'li.'.M.'
Ri'm-li'-n t'oii'-.iy C'omf.
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-'S 'I ���  I  {,',:
V, i'!T "'.v ������ �����' li '. 'i 't I .'it- 'I'I - "Mv
... . '".>',i;.)H> i.-:-:l:i. ii:it'i-:..i-iMH'UK'
i1 .-\-|- ,i ii'-. "i 'iv o- h--, i." l.imi
i; .i.-ii:"' I' -..'. M- .-: ICn .'.1.1) iviK-i let.
|.||||_--i i-ld'i "IU'.    I'.l.'ill-.    '-'I'-'i   n.''1
- ill,mi- .fl'i t("-t; flii.i.-. "iv.i v,-���i
]\ in"  t/ i u e -n   \V
' \, ������_- -swi.i-hs-eiColi.;,win     <&% %3&. ik-Sa
'   IjOlk'H! in 11- i.n   lii.u-iiit..- ,   ,,      .
! tn .n )) i.vcr, I'lnlii. Si.-iii-.^--. .mil Hlailv iMv.U.
Oi.s-o-u o-i co:n����t:irrc i};��ir-. 'A "l J Uicwr
k if.-Vn^ bo-ik. ,.Vi'li-'-s Svi^i -Vi-c l-a^p.jas
'".c   'XWci1, CoZ.   (Jill JJiii.ioii bo-ifrnt.
.l'')i-e <)' L'l'.ivi' Ar:i<>>- t.u.i
i     Ai-im.-.'i ���'���'.����� f.. <V
1 "IVT.~t T-"'-'.'^v���
('. M.vi.'SJ.'J'.*.
���I!..!-.I"-. "-1I-
Now.if vim rel'er hack to Tn-sl KiiiH*-- : ] i"d:iv il.o .    ...... .  ,,-���,,.  ,.���.,,
' ��� > - . , , |   |,   .1 ,-   ..I    .,,,        ll'll"    b   IHU'I'      ��\..'.t<.T   .IVI'.'ll-
Excuse me for   mtciTtipUii-,   uoc.or. i ',',,".,  s u...  Il'ill"'- pwi-1 '<.)'.v-. .il��i'v; li.-.-   '--1
I excl'aimed.    But' I >hail n-i t.iinly   .-it- ' -i.-.V- r,'
lend   (,huirh  in   Funkiii.^lon  'to   hear
your discourse,    hut.   for   the   prc.-ent
,-ihoiil this elopement.
Paidoti, pardon, f-.iid the miui-ler.
1-cliyhlinj.r his cijA.ir. 1 was waiidci inii.
tohe.stire. The yov.ua people lost no
time,in explaining what was wanted,
.-ind i, realizing that Ihe ij'iii her n '.ya.s
done the closer to home they would
leave'me, was not. miwiiliim to he^in.
Wo had hy this time sliuck   into  l!ii
ro-ul that we are   following,   and   wi I e
(hey dro)>l)ed me.
'   Dropped    you?    1    ventured,   lnquir-
' Pardon me-o 1 thought 1 had heen
tellinfj voii ahout. it, ret urned I he inin-
i=U'r, ttltiiitc his tile further hack'on
his head. What memoiie-- the si^ht,
of that placo engenders. You see, sir,
some ten vears'a-o 1 had char-e in
this verv 'locality-at Pole.ville, live
miles down the load. There we'ie two
churches, one  at   the  village, and   the
' other luck   in   the  country   some   six
' miles, and I a 1 tenia ted het.ween   them.
The cluirg.-was  indeed  a   poor one,'
lmt I  was a  struiii-'lins:  young  divine
then, with a wife and   four  little   ones
(.uMipport-and I uas  glad   enough   to
Miave a sinig,par.-,on.nre, n salary of
^."iOOa yeai" a'ud an a\eiagc of th:ee
donation |virt n- per .-liiniun. The only
U-ouhle w��s !ha( fllliy toui-lil'ths of HIV
sal.iry w.MS|wid hy two families, hot h
wealthy fariiu'iv. ihe ihuuiels and the
Spi-ing'hi.n-es. 'l.'nfv'.rt unaiely tor tiic
lIicm- fa?riii:'ies had heen at odds for
yeaisovera inaiter of .-iqiiii" fence. In
the west t-hcre would  have   heen   some
" lead exHwngcd, hut this i--,i peaceahle^
lonntrv, and so they eonlenled t'nem-
-...Uesliy^jnai-ii'hifj: in mini and never
p.i��� iug* a .wnt'.l il-'ew-heie. To the
" l-Ille. however, there W.l- i 'III- exi eplioll
��� lleniy Ihuul.-r and Kate, fcpring-
liou-e. ' '
The doctor  was vvinc'.i-g  ��us h   garrulity that  1   felt   a   liltle  miea-y   and
"   broke again the tin cad of his .-lory.
See here, 1   tiling 1   know   the  rest.
They sang  ii/the %ame   choit;   they
loved: you'in.u ried them clandestinely:
salary "rut  o<l':   left you  a   1 arsdnagc,
��501)   pi'i'   y'v'.-ir   and     three,    donation
True, true, sa'u! the divine, stroking
his long heard, lust I hat was, not what
1 w.���� going to tell you ahoiil. I pio-
posed^i'i iclate the events as they
��� affeiled me anil not the \oung couple;
"tot��ll you how the wedding ended
���when-   the   load   cn-sed    the   hridge.
3r.-iv I go on?
By .ill uie.ins. Your pardon'; 1 he-
lievi'd that I had divined your tale.
In general, ye-: in detail, no. I was
not aw.ireof this exception until one
Ocloher night.just ahout leu years-ago,
���when a loud hangimr at the parsonage
door a wakened my wife',i ud me from
oiu sleep. At my request"-Mrs. Buckle
'went down-iairs to -ee what it was.
Who is tlieiv? sh'e cabled through the
John Bunder, came the answer,   and
he   wants   I'leurhcr     Buckh:     pielly
quifk   too
Hi hiving H   i ihiILm  ot   unpi ititui
n^  vvifi   i.i  h!\ i dl<  1 ��"i. downst iiisln
ath ud to   tin    in ilti "    in   I" "ltl    Nvhll<
sin   nliK'l      V id  still   moii.   i ishh   I
opi in ��i (In dooi   nnil. nid d nihil
(o know ��li it w is w intid   it   sum    in
It s John B nidi i i "i I^1'1 '5|,MI|n
hon-i v\ nils sou (o iiiiii\ 'i m
pn.uhei -siul tin hig I-How whom I
s,iv si imping lo ind Im on thi pouh
And \ouTI hi   -   tod" il ipnik
Indeed s.vs I, uid this i, inuehoui
to w ike .in honest pi. u In t lot siu h I
pill pose
Andlhii* nij cmiosiU gitlinu: the
hi ttirof nit ihscn lion I until mud the
ttoorJiliil oix'iiid widi l the i I u k tint
I might ohtim i good vnw ot tin
p.rtv tt the jiW Time wen- iluu
of them siumS in ihghtspurgw igon,
Ln wiiuli were .it tat hid two livih
mules In the iiiomih.?h( 1 toiild juM
discern thesnnll form <'f Iv>" Spnng-
house, tlul m vvluli, ind si ill d in
limit   hesjth    hi i    hml\    !o\ti,    Muing
Itiindi i I " ih/'*il -il ��"(' ""' ,ll|s-
wtddmg u is ft mghl wilh not i httli
d ujg' i to mi mil hi ni i dt ( uh d to u I
i nilioiish
I would pi i h i tli it \on 111(1 \oin
fin nils wnuhl go el-i w Inn . 1 sud to
the in m imlsuli Km i isl mti. ovi i
the mount mis lo Biotlu l-
Bifmi I h id hnis'uil m\ ( I jkIkui
tin gnl si i, inn d Ih. \ ii io ning!
The hig fi lluw on (he pinch thn-w In
unghl igimsl lln dooi willi muIi mo
lemi Ih it I sin ill in in is 1 im. fh \
hit kw ml lo (In Mooi wtlh sui li h in
.is to putt dl\ slim mi V\ hi n I i
I .VI II ll lll\ SI IIM'S I f (mild in\'i If mi
(he hind sent or ' ihe wagon, wit li a
mair.-it cilher .side, anil lii'iny Jhindor,
swinging along at a steady run. 'ihe
light wagon swayed lo and ft o so th.it.
I had ditlicully in retaining my feci
when I.stood up to perfoim the ceremony. The hride and groom, renniin-
i;d sealed, for the Uittei was hiisy with
the driving.
, Seaicely had'the fust words left my
mouth when we heard hehind us a
t'.iiut call .to slop, and I inning 1 -aw a
buck hoard, drawn hy iwti" da-hing
horses, ju-l .ipi>i'.-iring into ���\ i.-w o\er
Ihe hrow of the hill a ipiarler-miie he-,
hind. I saw the moonlight 'gleam on
-ometning that -avored ol guns, and a
cold chill ciept over my 1'i.ime.
It's pa! exclaimed the hilde. Uijt go
ahead. Air. Imckle. Jl will'lie ihi ^("..d
to l.'-t your teeth chatter.
jMy teeth v'iii j.-hal ler.'and wit h.'fM'ise.
ft,,- hesfde fh". -scantiness of my g.-irh,
llie pci'-ous toliowing us lijed a gun.    i
"VOTICI-* !-'  1!"'" t'-alV   (jlVi'-C   tli.tl  t^iiity
^    .li.-'.ifi ;��� .f.iu- I will .noil:- '"Jh-; l!��..'i.
c!t.i.r c I'.'.i.ii-iii'i'i- ii' I.!���'������' ������"'; ^i'li"- .i'"'
iihI.fLi..|l'.v.'.i-i!l<)e.-'   oi,1l...-..iiih.-fuI..v;.n.K
tP-i ii!i   i liuii -ini'ilnl '"i  ? i-i"1"' ti-i-i-'K mi
ivt'-t -.,',. of  li.-u.' bvtwi  a   bpii.'i- ami   l-m-.t-i-
\itii v i..-.i;". y.iiii'^n. " I>i-trii.t: ,
" C.iiiiincno.iiJ.il .ili'-sl in.ulii.'lA'.liv'l l-��l''i.'.x
-tnio.-u, ,|,, i.i'ii..|-.iiniiit nnie I".!'- ;11"" wliuu
Mn-'iiiiU) Co-ik uiLVtic-. ii.t" river, i-iiiiiiini,'
,',0-H. l.'."�� oh.:m-. ��.'sl yi.ci.jiiii-.s.imi, g.,
l-l1.ur.-.'V,;MlJ'l fll.l.lis u, in J.���-, i:->sl;> n'l'j,''. ���
in ' llluil at i'i.'s'..ii.vj or i'-s--. A hi' Hr.h j. I'll.1-^ K
S.ikr.sij. ("!.i. .1)1 !i, lillli. -'-1--'1
r. TO   AN!)   l"i:oM"
*y. l a.
J..      i'KlLi.   ll'Jt
NOTIOS.  '   ,   '
N il;iv-= irMt-i' (Ml- I will'.-ipi'ly, I'. tlicT.li.il.
C'.iief C.iinml-iinii'M- of I..unl- .mil ^ <��"<s Sov .1
-iiixi.il liccn-olo on llnibL'i- on i!if i"H<'Wi��'?
,ies libcil,bind -ilii.iti'du" Al(iM|iul() (il'okOI.
vvi.s"t,-iili'.>l"i'i\vi 'lietv.oiiii diipur and hovvt'i-
Ai-niw hike. ICniiti r.iv PUl'-ii't: .<     .
Coiiini-iuiiii,' ...t... ;h,-i n..o-1-.itl. \,A<v-d    >
'itrs   ^lllll.-V.'l'-t   (������ 'Jiel-  .IDiail   -i\   niilus   iimil
.. lisi-.jJIeST.iilnfivck wnp'.ii- inl"  tlionvor..
i-inni:ni;c.l-l rJ.i-il.K.. "-lib <''�� vbioii-, west I,)
c -..i..:-i-.i  i!nt:..-;iis. vst-t  .VI ylMiiis, s.nil ii
-'ifbii'i- -.'-I lii'l'-iins ��>��i;i l" anli.il post.).)
.    Nnkii,;), Oot J:)!!., "15'iH.        , ^-lt
Tl.ri.n���'b Ku'-I (;l.i--;!li'('!iiii-'C.usaiwlToiiri-l
.S)li-i'|niiir,''a!s In St. i'.ml. ?.'<'iitr< hIiuk! Toronlo
v, illiont eli.viii-'''       ' i
All.-.iUic Knii'.uss.ut'ivo-   flil.'ul.iily.
I'.icillo       '  <"n "        "'"-''
AltHOvV l.VK.: HllAXCIt  Tkains
^Vivivu I.J.-5), T:ic;s'l.iys, Tlnu-ibO-. h'aliirtl.iys
Umvo   1C:.>i.   StmiLOs,   Tm-il.iys, 'l'biir-il.i.v-.
Jie.tiil t Tit.* report and ducked, and i'am
positivetll.il a "Millet whi-i'c'tl a few
inclvs.ihoye my head. T'ne m.o-i-uige
ceiemony isiealiy very sh.irt, h.,1, pel-
'foili'ied imdei such conditions it (coined to me ellilless.     lJul at length it was
done. , ,      '
I .-uppnse you will let me off now?
I sa.d, fur I could hoai" < loarer than
e.oi the (-1.ill'-".- of   h.'r-es  feel   h.mind
us, and 1 did not'want  lo ' witness  tin-
i . .
meeting.     i "
Not,just yet, doi'tor, said one of the
hig fellows at, my side. Tin; iii.u riage
ceiliiicate next; and the he.iv ie^t ,-igns
And with thai het drew fi-m his
[locket.Mhe neetWI pa| er. Al.i'rv Spi ing-
house put her name in tin.'propel place
and then young Bunder signed. The
i.-ittle of tin-wheels came louder, hill
we were in dlie woods and could not
see the pin slices.
My turn next, said I seizing Unpen, il I'riun the groom.
Not on yum' lite! yells the hig I'eliow
who held me.     Heaviest lirst.
And with that he seined the ctrlil'i-
cale and pencil and w ili.e-sed li.e
paper. Then hi'leaped ofl hehind and
ilisappe.-ucd in the woo.l.-. ' Wo had
imiei-gid into fli.it cle.-iriim- wheic jdu
saw the tnidge when a call lo stop
came to us again. There was a report,
and again 1 s"oiiil'.1 to lie.n- tlie
whistling hnllel intended for th" gioom.
,-i'f.n't. (I:al caused me lo i i\ ol. m.-'i dy
si a 11 to jmiip. I " lin.I my iscaj,.' h.ilk-
ed, foi the hride i lung I'iist to my
Sign the cerl ifi.'.ilc! .-he --ero.ii'K-.l.
I signed--a peculiar signature, i.'i he
sure, lad it sati-lied her. and she ex-
piesstd her s-itisfieiio'i hv tri\i;nr me
i , ush i'i it s ut m fp uu 'i I 1(
vihuli  into tin  101 1 o\ Ih   h i   _
Y\ III ii I ��� n i nto jn -i n i I \ s
1\ ing in ini dm h  it tin    m uKid      in\
'���TOTICK I.'J iir/.lKI.V C:!V!^X il-.at t'liviy
S ' 1 lis.if itr (l.n.0 I u-i:l .-.ply, lollic'I.iin.
��� 'liii'f (.('.iinuissionci -t l.-ui Is .ci }\. r-s f..i-.i
:���  -ci.ilU siisi't. c-it ,1'iit.o,' .ii.thali.'.l.'AMiK
: 1...1, Kn-jt  n.iy H.s .i.-l: ,  < ,.
Ciiiiuiiii'ii^.''-'i ^.k- ma-, .eil r.S. Mini..
,it,.- 11- -..-t conic:- ob'i'il. I l 'ai.iins frmn head "t
lav md ��'r,.n,-.-c ��)���>' ".mrii irom Aram
r'".u i-uiiTiinn c.i-L ll--. vbimis. v,iih Oichains.
���;;.t ](,..,in-.'a-, mivlli I?) ul'.^iiis hi iiiiti.il linsl
.nniiiiiiioif U-....1... "i���ro0.-lo-.   i?. S:s,->! 11.1
Nil!",.,'!. Oa. .iHli. 1 .''i. Jv4t
',  Sj2:'���hi ^'jo fJ'. I :��y. jc-ih'j.tj-.-i  v
VorU e     i -.^"-".t :.l:iiu-.d CUbn, sn.ii.ilfd i:i. tlsc
ll-.v.'ie.-.i t    M.H.!.",'.  lli��'i'��    ",f     Al;M
<"   ICoolon.K' i) -.r.^l., '. ' .
wnw.-invici- n,.i-Ht��t" >����������>::,I'v.'VM '
Train-, on  Arrow \.,\ku  Hr.inuli  coniii'C-t
'.M-i-iiwIicail w if' <'��� & K- V��'h ,S'' '''u,,:lt 'Vuu's1
 To anri Trom	
Rossland,-Trail Creek, Nelson,
Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, ,
Nakusp,  N'cw   Denver,'
Three Forks, Sar.don
, ���and���
For fufl information as to rates, etc.,
applv to'       ��� '*    ���
I.' T.   Ih'cwvfcr,
A'gcut, llovelstoke.
Iiisirict, P.i-mi-oi A},'.-m. Varcoiivcr. H. C.
OR  WII.l, PROMOTE A COMPANY   ,      ' ���"
RW ' ��� OR, ' WORK   THEM.
YvTl   iiiKk-rudve   to   handle   Bonds   of Electric, .Steam-or
Horse  Car  Railways, or Municipal  Bonds,  and   Build   Water-
Works.' ��� y\'.ldress lull particular'-
Manhattan IovestoFS and Semirities Gompaoy, Ltd.,
' ,7 and   J9   IJrojiclwny,  New  York City!
Assists . . .
LveoMi-: . . .
Insukanck  in  Fokci-
��� ���$ 5>����3.27��
..     1,528,054
. . -, 341754^40
Nkw BjUSinkss Within '1895'..'.   8,866,688
'"    J.   R.  CRANIO;,"Manager for B.C.
W: ���k FAXTON,
Agent for Reyelstoke and District
i-L i!iu t^.ind'n.ii  i'a a";
cast   or   UU'LMilcvv.iol
"ani.iit.   tliVt'v.'
nT\I--'''',"'--'')!,lf'K  lli.u   I.N. I1-  S:i'iv..l'Ta '.n;t
Tm.Vv.il- ut i.ji- t:.- l-i^i.-k c:..-.s.ii!,l.iii.-(l
M-.i-iiVr..'. .siiitflt in-,' ('.Jiii...ui>. laaiiU-a, ������ .'���'���e
fi;.\V/'l\". ���.���������v.... tn;..yiyt,-M!.?:.l.'��V'7
'.ti.u-j.-.li.'i'f'iv.iKt'it.ili 11I.0 <���'���  i.ii:i.-(^^i"crLs  I.JI
iuLI'jiiimi s.-ot ol.i.iin!tiH'M I'.o'va  Knmt ol the
:lbViiIi   ii'i-lMC'i' ('.'.f  ii'ii'i-c'tlur :u-lit>ii. nmli'i-
sct-tion 37. a''   '.   "'- oi)ri:r.uii(.'.'(l   !).;!tii-i.- tnu ls-
s^Vnoc of siu-'.i I.H.-1 ifl-.i' ���-��� (il lauirt)-. cinuiii s.
' jtM-d Lies mil il.iy 01 Sl-"^il1VJ^s;-1J-!viin.<.
To the- Public.
:J 1 h AM ml    hkhusiA u
I^jo-s A'l Trains at
Goins Biroct To
Lardoau- and
Thomsons landing*
Fisii. Greek and
Trout Lake.
Koi- fui't 1.er iufoi-nmtion  :i-> lo fivi^ht. r.itos.
etc.. apply to (
MBNKINICX ES.0S.. Lardeau City
Capital, 51,600,000. "   '   '    Head Offices, Toronto,'Ont.
' Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,
Locomotives, Coal Cutters; JU'cipro.,ai.,g Drill., Wtary Drills, deduction and
.���8n^Aoc,lS�� �������^ c���fc 0,'"Th,w Ph^ Types'Sl,itft,,,e
VlO 1 Unb    for any make of Fan, Pump, Ho.sl. or Crusher.
o   -'  Eh'C-ttict,! T.a'���'snii��v.n'of Pmvcr, by our Tli.vb  Phase System, successfully
oiieriitprl up to 50 inilos. 'T^T T ' ^^t-t^'t-c
\       " B. C. BRANCH OM'ICES-	
' ...    c,      *    VANCOUVER Kootenay District-NELSON
Granville Street���'/ANCOUVtrt -^-r-r-, - Onlfim-
'nt-OTIO!-:  Is  HKliKUV   OIVKX tlial, A.N.
IN " Sr-.Mi ol  m-,tiisii.l.o. IU'.,  is no .l.wiir.-i-
i1o.i>l; niisiiicss i- ^..|���-i:i!t iiioiuluiiis.it l.ovv-l-
^Tlio'lm-iMCs^ in K m��e.l ��n<lor 1}*+���?
���inn" bv c... ii.ini" mi''- <.;ii.��-��� '��� i->�� v1:,   -
v     \v"    : p .lU'lc'.its ovviim' hy I'lic s.v.tl linn
.iiiM .ill  l.'-i's ������>' .:mti-l>t'--.l  to the ^}?\)"M*���
CoSaraljia k Kootenay=
Steam Navigation Co. lt|
IV.pl. 'U'd   t ) ]IIJ" s.MlH1
U) tlie -.\id,C. U. lt'iinu
,1.11'i C!.. is   i". 1. inliii irk. ......
hn-.-i.-.-1'li.- '1 tin'"  i-'io ���miU(:ivI>ujiiiuss1ioiuIi>-
loivV.ir-i .1  -1I.3  t;.o s-.4..l  lli-in^vvli.Ji-willbo
ciiiil'.iiind "'J :...'s.iii'..i. .-.. s-iii.L.i.
n.'i.l   .,    :  .-������i .tn'c ,  H v. . t iw it'll il.i> 0.
ti   Cb,- i:V" <:T!.\.--. u.rA'ii.voN.
^.Iimwi' \A\ n. i- lino H.J Cims. V. Liii.lm.iiK
1 IlVdvO  bill .iHJtoulit
vtovick t~ iiKiiTiiiv <:ivi:n ll..<l .ini.lici-
:\ i tin -.illlio 111.1 l'- '-���' til." l.e^is,.il.vq As-
-.-,:,lv ui .liv. '.'i.n. ii-' in ili-lisli I'oluni'Ji.i .it
-i-'ik-'m '..ss-o'i in- .in Ai' I" nif'!i-|i-��-.UL' .1
.-uin-.ir..- ..ini-,n)-.^'i- 10 (.'i.islHK-l.vjiiu.li. ��|i'-r-
/\" '. 11.I ii..u-.tl.i.i. - ���!.����� !..id '.r ii��rwv Kii.'^
���" .ll.MV ill' ;>.lll..V.O. sllll.St'l-'    "'l'    t!MH-!l>(��l""f
.'11 -uniV.s. ii-L'inhi it .'.|-i-. ��� 1 mil somrif'" ' ^ i'1-,1"
: i;, ���i ut���-.-i;.iUr.i o. 'Wi.umli ! -O ��n '-'""-
t, -r .�������.�� Lit.- 1. U.i'.l>.sli-;n ol lvooKJ.i. }
���'   ; t.M il. n..i. II.vj  .'(>r!s in t..iu t....'iU.u
Iri.i'V-'i'-'." "ut .'..1 .:'<  :��� -'-.I li"'- "I s.i.il i-..ilvv.(.\ I).-
1   ,. 1  , t   1      I 1       1   1 1 1 '�� i\ 111
I ,      , 1 ���      ' t    1,  n . c    1 1
I   ���    ]��� LlK    11       M     11   1 I   ll   'J   lldl   s   (I     II.   I
I   I   ,    I        111 t '   -    I I 1)    111  Its   1)11
1 ''k    1. ..  1   ...' '     'l    \! !�� ,1!,"'I
I   1 ,  )   1   mtliL      1 '     il nil     M   \ ;> 1
,, I 1      I    I I 1    II    l��    1   11     1' ^   to     1
tn t put 111'> 1 nun isi I in tin w 1 '- \, 1 , ��� 1 ,iv 1 111 1 1 *-i ' ','
... the (ink Ah 1 .-.I on v - '��!��������,. -/,', \ , ,l, l \ t ^"./'.V T,.. i'
tl   it 111 n  pinsti ill  IiihU (oiild 11   t  11   m u   ,i , ,(       it-  1  111  l'il- iuiiiIi n 1
I    ,     ,1 1   1  \   1   -mi   ')   >   t   l v, 1 Ll
',   I.   ��� ��� " .  il     1   it 1    v
Hail's Landing,
Hot .Springs,
Nakusp, Three Forks
Nelson, and Slocan Points,
Kootenay bake Points,    ,
, Trail  Creek,  Rossland,
Northport and Spokane
L-.ue- Anowliu.il  for X.iU'is-i   .mil  Hi:bson,
'       Vi.iiil.ivs, \\V,i!i.",ii.i>"..-.ii'l l^.iC.iys.U 1 11.111.
Lfiu-^s  isohv.-i K'l- N..UU-;', Ariov.lu'.i'l   oiijl
C.iii.uli.'i) l'.u-ihc IMiIw.f. lj(.ii!l>   ('-���>-���','. ���u',1
1    wc.-i.) oii.Tui's'l.iys, riii'.i-sd.iys.iuu1. &,itiu-
ti���v.-,,it.s..:o p in.       ,, , ...   .... ,.
t:..iiiiv,L.!..n is ni.i.io.a .'.ii.tis'ii. will t .-f- -
li"\ 'nr s- '��� d'l.ili'l.lll iniilils. 11 Ivi.'iv.li:!.'-    ''IK
111(1     Willi    st���     11    I 1  \IUI1 l< "ll"       ll '
N(      till  U't
AGENTS,    ,
Ir. ii -1 i 11 I10111 tin   hi 1 I    mil   t"       I--
sill  IS  111   1st     ll  IVl      (lllW II     h\      till      si   ot
null sii-jiti tm0' iii ii oiu "i thi 1 nit
1 ml most 111 u 1 lii 11,; 11 Im sol tin i1     m 1
1 iv lilii ilni-C w itlim  1 li u I I tin   11
I   hsti in il   ittt* iltvi *\     Inn   Ik 'I 1    "*'
simnd ('I linols  01   iv In (Is     ind  so  di
11   in
11      11 1
1 1 11
t   I!
VI      ' 1  1 I       I
nil    11 1 *
��ji      1 r 1     li    1
11   I   1 P 1   I      t
11 1   !
1  1 1    1       (1
1 1
I   1   l
v   1 I
I     11    I   1    ]   11
ml   K      ""I
I. Ill lis
I    I    I I 1       111 II
I     1 ���   t'll (I
It'i iiiinctl   Ih it    Hi<
In   i\\ i\
I st 1  mil  foi    In.im.
lilt,    i  im     n ' 1 1.1 1 1 11 1
I  1   I 1     I- 1>  1'    s       l��MLs
I   1  I \     II       11       S  III tl     -U \
j.      1        1     llr      if   I l|     ll   I    l\   U
��� nil
,���V      -will 111   I    .   Hi"   Is     >      .1   X\     HI   1   s     I   .11
(,,||l      >l       II   IIIIHI    1    I ,11    I       )    "s       Ul        HI.
u, ���v ,oki u���i uo��� iiui i^v.-v,"-,'.';,!,1," .vi,,,",.,t ;vJl',','.'.?;
mills     l.lllv   1     I,     ,   , ll V   II    tos I    |ll\   I     KII   lllltl-fll!    lll\
"   ~  ���""    ------ 1   ,,,,,,-   1   1    fit   ��  1      ill  nun    01 lIciIi 1
.ilclif,'   tin   (1m.ii\    K'l'l   -I'IlI    tin  .i.0'li      ""^    ���,,, it ,,,,,1, tl  .,    mi.iii.l     ind im'I.
lllisdcmb   imioi.s      jl���.s�������.s   1U.t| jojUkm.. ^^fftcXil.   i:!-'..-
iisinij whin 1   (liUV'l   m\sf]f  ip   Lln     ���    tio 1 v,u 11 .   sinl 1 u'�� ns o   ti.uiivv i\s ..1
m.ps,.f .I.., ..- u.d 1,iu vi,.nsi ! U.U.W n'��it;��S',:;,;:.;;;!!;!^
teuton,, it inn .,'o.i/'��i Ai'- ii; :y^::\\^TV^\^^ci^
MirLU- I  !     ,1-     I,   ..!-  s     .  Mil    '   s   ...    ..I'll.     1   's   IKill.
I),,l H. ���,v   ind 1. it- I- t - iv -it' '���    I -,,;-    �� �� ����� ^\^'u^^   ���
ct , ,   11 uu 1 1   il    v t 1 1 u' v 1      luniilx U ��
1 ��l��� il 11111. ( nil of I 1    I nil'iiM s sli mi
,    ,    j,    ,vlll UIMV    I   X'  I      Hip V   IN    UK    l'W   si-"   ��"
Id   (ill infill 111U1 hi >    ti U klI-  nl j ll(-
ippi\ L11 I    Ml 'ii    b > Htinv   ^iNtii    Hi
Rp:  PREPARED to Sell.  Float or arrange
Capital for Good Gold Mines.    Send two
reports, plan,   etc.      Responsible ' Agents
"Wanted. c
(lottoi J I isUitl
\t s, tin ^ ilnl, w is  Lln ji \v\
\\|s\\ll%      1     ^(>l      IU   1%      LllO 1 IlL
ill HI tit ill il sin n t nil ill v  lit Hi (( 11 Lln   j j'rol 1 v
Inn Tnmlus  mil nil si II   til i.   thi % u
Inst tl lo ((.nil ilniti lon-f 1 I" *-''<
t li in r li Hut, is S .In mm sivs 11
Pi ovi 1 l.s '���> mil
Punk 111,' ion '   111 v\'  il    th      hi n-<"
III  111     ll 111!<I 11 _C   t 111    ill >'l   "| I II I
J  tlnl   nt.L   in 11   lln.   I' 1-'    l"" '   "p
(oiiipiiiion   im it w is losl 111 lln 1 1 in '   '
1111,' nf hi 1I-. st 1 i|k   of   In iki s    mil   tin   1
st nllli  ol p is-i 1 t_r' is   li   I
I  VI' 1 I JO\l ll   Mil I I     1- M    l    I"" I     -' 'v     j
sii, s tul tin   tin iik     si 1/ 1 ���   inv   1  u il
1 Impt    \i  w ill st 1  m   1    1 1 in    In   ' h
v mi t v 1 1 sli p lit 11       ('   ' 11 ' \
,. Ami In- ivjis .ujiiiif.- - 1  Miirni'il   .-inil   '��� - ���
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'lift ���M*T��*"-i^^- -*      1 PA<.���������!���������'. 4.  fll 1 I   i t      ft   ,i   ifnp\'    .   ���������"      ���������=������',     ft  ���������\-,^/v  j. Kootenay Llcdg-e  ������^?T * ' N'o. 15 A.F. & A.M.  I ! ?   ������    *    *    Tlit- r. jji'I.n-iiK'i-liiiii  - -."       tiro IipM hi llie M.is-  iini������-T .iiplL'.l'tiin-iie'-  _      ll.ill.   ��������� n    tliu   Iliinl  y^=s.r M mni.ij, , ill    v.icli  :?^\fc:.i moiitli    .it' 8   p.   in.,  ^sJT1    Visit n.i;    tn-t't lircii.  -'-==-- coi-.li.ill.v welcomed.  II. R SJIYTIIK. .Si:clt..T.vi:v.  REVEI.STOKE LODGE, I. O. O. 5V No. 25.  ���������tW?. H '���������'iil.n- injL'lin^s .tiv lielil  ~JiS   ill (Ullcll-nvs- ll.ill every  JSK Thui'srt.iy ni^lit  .n.  ciKhl  _^Ji(V.lt)fk.   Vi-itii.ff Ijrolhci-n  *it-*zl*'"B!^>j^ cordially welcomed.  K. MKSLKY, X.G.  W. II. SAIIUAXT, Si:a  Loyal Orange Lodge No. 165S:  Iiej,rnJiir inei'liiifjs tn-t- held in  tin; Odd Kulli.vv-h' Hull (in tin-'  st't-t.ml .ind fourlli Wednesday's  nf t.njli ino.ith at 7::ill p. in.  Visiting brethren are eurdially  invited. "  'I'. STKEII.   J. 1. WOODltmV,  W.M. Itee. Si-cy.  Third Annual Bail of the  Reyelstoke Fire Brigade  '    ' WILL BE HELD IN   Peterson's Hall, Friday Evening, November 27th.  Tickets, $2 . . .        ', -" .  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  X. P. Snowden went through ' Mon-  d.iy. ', '  To days west train is   leported   can-  colled. ' "  t   ..W. T. Newiniin'went   West  yesterday fit'lernoon.  Tlit; son lid of the sleigh hells is.-igiiin  heme] in the hind.  Pete Wallcer went down to   Ferguson on Wednesday.  W. Abr.di.-itnsoii went,l������ick to Trout  Lake yesterday. < (  There were  29   sacks   of   mail    for  south points on Monday.  Tt is "lutifvinij to hear that Mrs.  T.  0,Steed is improving daily.   },     ,    e  Mis.   Williams   and   child0 went   to  Rossland yesterday. ' o  The hew   eo.d   hurner   in   the   Gold  L" llill Hotel bar is,a dandy.,  Hill Kirknp left for Chicago   yesterday.     He will-be away all winter.  Dr. IJell-Irving. of Vancouver, went  into the Slocan yesterday.  Fred Fraser has had his^ new   house  painted a MeKiiiley color.  The advance agent for the   Webling  .sisters was in town yesterday.  F. Kegler came down from  the   Big  Bend, Tliui-'day night.  Manager Haskins icports   a   stead)'  hale of Orphan 'Hoy stock.  Extension tables tire still on'ero.J   mt  low prices hy li. Howson A: Co. xv       *  The, water is to be turned on in, the  mains to-day to test the joints.  '  , Mr. and Mrs.   Shaw   will   reside   in  -Perrin's house on Front Stieet.  N.  BAKERY k\\  N'FESTION  'Good-Bread Our Specialty. 'A. Choice   Assortment  of Fresh  ���������Cakes Kept in Stock.     Mail orders'promptly attended to.  P.O. BOX 13 ' REVELSTOKE STATION  IP.   H  K-ATKIIE]  .IE.  Mining Engineer and Metallurgist        .."-  -REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B:0. ���������  Assays on Gold ami .Silver.       , ;   ;  Analysis of All Metals made, at lowest pates.  etc.  Prompt   and   Correct   Kesults   Guai-anteed.  (Ji\e me a call.   f*  lieporls nrifle-on'properties,  . . MacKinnon,, DeBeck "& .CO., ���������'  G(i Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.    V   ' ;."  MINING    BROKERS    AND. AGENTS.  Cable Address:  '-Co. tes," Vaneouvcr, B.U.  P. O. Box No. 10-t  Properties Eenciod "and Eopoptci 'en for Foi'oign c? Local Syndicates.  Tlie snow lias been fulling all week  and is now about eighteen inches deep.  Harry "W'allbi idge, agent for the  National cash registets, was in town  yesterday.   , . ,  The amateur Shakespearian recital  at the station yesterday afiet noon' was  much appreciated.  See tlie .iimoiinccnieiit   of 'the   Fiie  Uriiiade's balL    Get the   fn'ist   out   of  ������ .  .        ... '  3'our joints tin' it.  1 I. T. 'IJrewster got buck from the  .south Wednesday unci went into  harness again Thutsday.  ''Uneasy lies the. head that wears, a  crown.'" Get a good, cheap, wool  mattress at JLowsou's *  Travel east and'west is   nothing   to  that on the   south   branch.     Even one  tin the main line seems to get ofT lieie.  -    Upwards of sixty people went south I j^������������������������������������������������������.������iim win .ih.iii������h..������.i..  jMonday and about the   same   number (  Friday.    The   number   of- families1    IfllQ'f , 53 ff** VP>H    "^Of*  Having' been residents of the province for the p;is! twenty-  six'years, we are  therefore in  a' position, to furnish1 the  most  reliable   information   to   be   obtained ^respecting   tlie   valuable  mineral resources of the province.    Correspondence solicited. '  Office of the "Golden Cache Mines Co., Ltd.," of Liliooct, B.C.  T. I  J-  T-4  A  1    NOTARY   PUBLIC   -   -   RLVLLSTOKE;  B.C.  Minin������g and. Real Estate" Broker' and G-eneral Ooni-  ' mission' As'ent.  FIRE,  LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Representative of the Kootenay Smelting- & Trading- Syndicate.       '   c-  AGENT FOll TROUT LAKE CITY   I-1\rANSP0HT..KASJJ0 k NAKUSP  V.  THE LEADING TAILOR-  New Stock Just/Arrived,  Gall Early and Avoid Rash.  xaBCJ  on  wore, ntitice.-ible.  NOTICE  CMAS. J. AMAN  ^K^^l^!^V;^^ t?!iUxK Japanese Goods,   Useful and Ornamental  ,.   ,     _   ..   _. I    llltt'llfl    tO   .11>P1>   tt)  the Kon. this Chief OoinmisMiinur of L.intK ivik!  Works for iiornii.-vsion to purt'lia^t" lliu uciv-. tit  land iloeriboil a~ foltowb :  C.minicnciiiLt nt a l>o^t market N". P. S. attioin  OS/Sld-ICS,  A large selection of the best.  inir the soutli-wc&b uornor of tlio Unul applit'tl     /^I4 -ytf-kt^ 1 n 4--i -v% rv   T   1 Vi^O VT7  for byflia-s. Mol^on, uuliiiic ius a^eiu  for K. il.     \J LL ULLicLUlIlii     JJiUx CLI  V  Honio-P.iyne, .situate  on   the   c.i-.r   short;   ot j - ������������������'      ��������� '->  Galena    ll.-iv,     Upper    Arrow     bike.     W'u-t  Kootenay District, H.O.. thence cast   in fli.iin^. j  thence south W chains-. iIumilc west   10 chains, t  thence following the   incMiiilorinKs of the iliorc ! TUC    1 113^ A OV QTflPP  lino to point of commencement.                               ! Int.   LID..M ll   OIUilL  Datetl Sth SuiitJISOO.     N lJ SXOU'DIsN.    '.'l-'Jt     |       ���������   .8 now running'.  OPPOSITE THE SI ATIOH  NOTICE'  kTOTIC/E I.S ItKltEHV 'ilVKN* that  lin tl.iy-  J^    after tlnte  I. .it-tni'-,' a- .iiffiil   for  K.   A   ,  Ueiinetl.   intend  to   tipiily to   the  Hon.  Chirr,  Commissioner of Lantls- anii Work- tor pcnin ���������  nion to purcli.isc I(V) acres .of laml il<-.t-rit>< .1 ,i-  ' follows: !  Commencing at a post  marked  K. A. M   a<!  juinimr tlit; north-fast corntT of tlv lind ap- !  plied for  hyCliiii, Mtilsun. actliii,'  a- .iifi-nt fur '  K. M. Honu'-I'.iyui'.   ������lliiiilc.:iliinit  lialf a mile     T\/T r\-trt ' rsi    TTviaI AWTrnnm  from   th.-  e.i~t   shore   of (Itilenn     li.tv.   (>,������������������,��������� I  IVien   S     U HCLQT 'XTQBjT*  Arro.v  l^-ikf.  West   ICootenay  liistrtcr    l!.f'.. | '  SIBBALD & PEASE  -   HAVE GOT IN A USEFUL LOT OF   tli.-iico east IU chains,  tlifiwc-  smith   111 t-lialn-  tht in-c wi-ft III ehains, t In-nee norlli In chain- to  the point of commencement.  Dat.il *Jth Ht'pt 1 *.Hj.     XI'    HS'inVDKV.  AkciiI   o-  21-Ot K. A. IIK.VN'KTT.  NOTICE.  N  JOTICKI.S IfKKKIfV (iIVK\ that thirty  tlays from date I inlciid to'uppli In the  Jlon. Chief Commissioner of Lands ;nd Work-,  for a license to cut anil carry aw.iy linihtv  from tht; following tlcJcrlh.'d lauils. silii.tletl  ntMir Trout I-iko (Jitj, in Trout r,ike llistri.-t.  West Ivt>ott:tiay:  CornineneiiiK at a po.t at the nortli-fii^t < oilier of Oeor^e IjIcsoh'-s )n-e-empl inn n",ir Tioiii  Jxikt;, thence south -J.l chains, then..- < a <! IJU  chains, thence north (V> chaijis. tlieii'i- vvesi ftn  chains, thence south 20 rliains, tli<-ni e u.-i, i;i  <:li'iin-, thence south .'0 tsh.iiiis, I In-iiee ' ajl In  en.tins lo Initial post, ef.nlairiiia,' l,vi m res mon  or less.  Also conimeiicliiff at a post on t!��������� ���������- fJiv.il  Northern trail fil.out. out! mile up Irom Trtml  I/ik(; wa^t'tl 1'i'itl, thcneciiorl li Jlli-h.niw, thence  east -V) chains, thenot; stmtii I'I el'.tun. tlnsie.-  west .Vi chains. Ihe.in, ��������� north -Ji) chains to iuil ial  posi. conlaiuiii^ :}i0 acres molt; or 1. sL\  AI .ti t'liiiimi.nt'liiK at a post, on I.irdf'.iii trail  /m liiiu ; of l^iril. jtn Creek neitr the H-nnlf post,  liiem-e .vest 1(1 eliain-., th'-ii"'; nori..i 7" oi'iiiiis.  thence oust :t) ehaitis more or le������s to i'.ar.l''.in  !-n"'k, thence folltuviiiK creek smith 70 < li/tiie- I, >  in.1.a! ost. . ouMiiiiu.; 'sli a.'i'e- m.].-,. (,.��������� |.. ^  III (ill Vll.i -<: . .IDIIV  It   l.'fl.'.IN-.'!'  Kcvelstokc. JiC. (lit   I .In. ..-,!). .;-,t  ���������s'lT'AN '"���������:!> A'!- OXCK-A.llv" n-.-nts for  VV .' tr.'teh etiiuity. Kx.'IiimIvi.; control and n.i  rl-'U. \\'ll! e'eiu- Il'Io ^.i hiiiidi-eil doliai'M a, vear.  Kuclo.sc staruji fi.r full p'r-ticulars or iat: fur ?,l  M.-i/iiple. I'.iij 'IJa|i.ils,''..M iliernl' 'Water Co., III.?  Jdljiiiis .Mich.      .'���������''.���������  Rubbers, Mitts, Etc.  Ontario Apples in Barrels,  All Kinds of Vegetables.  HIGH'IN QUALITY'    -^-   -   ���������    ~LOW IN PRICE  m M\WM u  '-���������������������������' ��������������� - J. J.  M iniifacturers of  rftiii^.n i.in   I'llr-iit    .-',t >. 114 i 11   I! i !<'���������!,  Sti-..n^  THEIR BRAHD3   :ri,   ami  -v .-. .-. .������,  M.-imit.ii I ..'ii'tl   tiiuii    M.iiiit<>l'.i   Nn.   I    lii'i'I W'Iiimi  ('-iiui, St i c i'^i h .ii i'I I 'i.'l'.i in. i v id ' > i.. hi \ f''nitil .noil  T.'ii'V  iiit.n .iii.'i f I li"M  "   ��������� '!���������  '���������. i'i il ' '> ,ni ,   ni'iiiiil" i. t in oil  in  (* 111 . t l.i.  "iiL./n  M  O  "������F"  GOAL OB WOOD  ST  OVES AND RANGES.  Also a Full Line of .  WHITE ENAMELLED WAGE, ..&RANITE WARE AND TINWARE.  < i ( ' ''   ������  REVELSTOKE ���������  Os? STATION,   B. O.  NEW STOCK!  BARGAINS FOR CASH ! !  f>.  Doors, Sashes and oHlns In Sleek  ���������   ,.  , % %t Picture Framing and-'Bepair Work.  c  ; ,  o  Agents for'Manufacturers'" Life, Union Sire Insurance .Company, Provincial  ���������    -. . . Building- and Loan Association. :'       "     ���������',���������"'  J., A.  AIACFAHLANK, Mainu/,-r.  .).  W. CAMPION, ,S'wre/tt,7/-7Vm.^/6V.  IB. O: IieOl^"' IFOREIS OO. ICTII).  H:U:i:.U   tV-.'lbtiliitS:/  C I . t   l * I . L V Im      .r'.l^l.'UW  c,  General  1 c  eno-inecrs,1  makers tint  Hirers   of  all   classes  of machinery. ���������  OLinclers,  ,boi!er-  manulac-  ERP IN STOCK  a   full   supply of  and  mill supplies," pipe 'and  3   .liilinchs,    brass     yoods,  vood-  P.O:  drawer  .hf  .*i~.  %*i .1-. i^YQridaj)  B'd.'V/sstiamstep Ave. Venoonvsr, B.C.  / :v  Cable address '.' Cove.  s p.  -I J5a a%9.  nriirtN  ir> o������"  Bo?  OLOiiiG COMPANY, 1IM  Incorporated u-uler the Laws of the Province of British Columbia.  M. /���������/.   WEDEKJND, President,  I.   IK  IfASKJN'S,  Vice-President and Mimao-cr,  ������/ V. I O '  F. C.  WHITNEY,  Sccrctarv-Trcctsurer  PL C. BELLINGERS Director.  ���������o1  Ian of Organization-  To buy, develop, equip and operate The. Orphan Hoy Mineral Claim as situated  about five miles from Gold Stream up ?������lcCulloch Creek on the West F'ork', or commonly known as Barrett Creek, and about 65,, miles north from Rev'elstoke^ B.C., in  the country known as the Big" Bend of the Columbia River ; with power to do all  things usually within the scope of mining companies.  Capital Stock seven hundred thousands (7,00,000) shares, par, value of one .dollar  ($ 1) each, fully paid and non-assessable.  Treasury Stock, two hundred thousand (200,000) shares, to be sold to pay for  dcvelopment- purposes only.' ��������� '  This,Company will do a'thorough, strictly legitimate mining business, and will  push development of the Orphan Boy with all possible dispatch.  The Orphan B.ov be ins/ a Free Milling' and Cvanide property it does' awav with  all expense of shipping ore to be treated or'smelted outside. The surface showings  now present, being of such a high grade, guarantee excellent results and steadily  increasing stock values as development progresses.   ' '  Three assays from surface returns were respectively $6.50, $10.00 and $140.00.  A mill test recently made shows $39.20.  A limited number of Treasury Shares will, be disposed of at 15 cents per share  for first cash requirements, subject to advance without notice.  .to.    i  SUBSCfHPTIOHS FOR STOCK WILL BE RECEIVED BY  C. WHITNEY  or   J, W. HASKINS,  REVELSTOKE, E.G.  !��������� "^f'rospf* (us ;uh1 KiV^inccr's Report, sent on application  to Sccivtary-Trcasurcr or Manager  RCS������?<;iC������*l  Just opened up a large assortment of  wriPS AND  And ������ur stock of  MILLINERY AND DIIESS GO<  8  3  s  I j Co3fJipletew i^ Gveltie3 i^.  1 DJtisLi^Z)  s'PT'p  SMING-S  ���������Crt ������. -<���������   *J     S.~J  h  * A T'T  NGY  GO  JIw'   ( J*  l-ll. McDONAiiD,  Atrc.nh f(>r llie N.H'llr.yf'.Kt/ '.'"c.rrildnVt.s nii'l. I'.i'-i'i Nli'(.''..luiiilii;i  , ,. Addit'SH ;   I'.O.  IIi.'X, .'!">. (';\\<j;iw\\  s'ouu at k.kvk!.st<;:;k -n.v,' ui^rciiisoN i:u.os  All;,  (JBf-������  N  ���������������>���������.������������ rr.-.-a ������  A 8?LE;iD;D iUi'OE OF ������LATEF;'G F0GT\YEA!l "&>  ������


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