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 Vol. 3.���������No. 24.  REVELSTOKE, WEST KOOTENAY, B.C., OCTOBER,  3.  1890.  $2.00 a Year.  TICKERS ARE   SILENT  IN  MANY   OFFICES    THROUGHOUT  .     THE C.P.R. SYSTEM  ��������� ,   ���������  Because the Telegraph Operators Have  Gone on.Stnke���������'Tis to be a Fight  to a Finish and May Result in a  General Tie-up.  Like "n bolt fiom tin- liltie-" mine the  news last   Tuesday   morning   Unit  thi'  telegraph   operators,   dispatchers   ai'tl  * agents over tin* entile C. P. li.  system  - (including branches) ha.I   cea-ed   work'  ������������������   .-iiiti -ivt'i-i* out. on  striko.    To. siy  that  ���������   ,    the-gencral   public jHvi'i'   i.-ikt'ii    completely by surprise i.-hut   to  slate   llic  fact, mid not alone tin' |iiil>lic hub also  ==!sts--"'ii'visiniial   ofiic-������'i-s.     So   quietly    .-ind  efYectivc'ly had Ilie move been made hy  the members of the Order, of   Railway  Telegrapliers ;ind their repre.--i*iitati v.es  in .Montreal that not an inkling of   the  proposed action was possessed   Iiy   tin-  tininitial.ed before the ortlei- was  Hashed east and west over   the   wires   froin/  .that point, on' Monday night ordering a  '    walkout at midnight.  ' ��������� ' ������        .  .^The,immediate result vv.-is' a  geneial  cece.-siuu of all tr.ifiie, which the-   t-oin-  i      pany have since heen living to  ree-.lity  ��������� by pressing otlicinls. and clerks ��������� into  the service anil securing the assistance  of telegraph  rs who are'   not  members  ���������of llii- oigaiiization, but a.-, yet' Lhe  results are not grat ifyiug oti.her'lo the  'public or the. conipany, ancl it/must b(v  ailiiiilt.ed that the aiiiko ha.s very'  .-eriou-ly   interfcietl   with   trallie- anil  '     clt'.-cted a   pretty  gciie.-nl   Lie-up,   mil.-  withstanding   all   reports   to   tin:   cou-  t r;iry. '  ,   Of coinse, there are r.vvo side* to this  ,    ��������� question as to all /itlitTS,' antl this L, i he  '. Kist V    , ,  ���������    s    TIIK COMPANY'** VEHSION:  V "<  ' General Supt. Ah-iott, on Tuesday,,  gave an ollici'il Miitemeiil for pulili-  t-atioii vvhicli .".���������cites lu.tL mi Sopt.27ih  a niiii'iiiiltee i-..inning to reprot-euL tile  employes in !>.--, i nil way telegraph  branch of the C.P.R. se.-v ice .souglit an"-  ititerv iewv with ti.i* ui.iutigeuiei.t in  Monti-eat for lhe pui pose of discussing  - 'Titiiiic alleged gi ieVi ifices,' vvhicli was  . the: first intimation that;any grievances  existed,   as   no   complaints   whatever  * bad been made lo lhe general   supcrin-  '   tendents     or    other   oiiicials   on   the  dilt'orent   divisions.      He  quotes   Rule.  , 200 iif the compaiiy'.s regtil.itions which  '    specifies'   that    any   grievance    of   tin  employee should he Ih-si laid before-the  divisional   officers,    when,     failing,   a  settlement,   the   complaint    may     be.  '        carried to the, iiian.-igeiii.'.nr,   .-ind   mills  that as thi? rule had not been complied  with.    Ihe   management    declined     to  "discuss the alleged grievances with tlie(  committee, anil I his appears to   be   the  soli- ami only i-e*a.->o������   for  calling   upon  the operators  to  strike.    On   Al outlay  night lie issued a circular   to   the  men  -stating that, "every   movement of  the  committee    Inid   been   ill-advised    and  ���������'   unwarranted,'Amil promising  to   hear  any complaints in the usual w.ty.  At. the  first,  blush   all    this   appears  quite reasonable', but  Till-: -JIES'S STORY  puts tht; matter in an entirely ditt'erriil  light, antl if the company are merely  .-landing on a matter of etiquetLe, or  splitting hairs as it were, the public:  vvill not htiltl tlie.ni guiltless for being  thus seriously inconvenienced,  ���������/riie gliev.-UK-es alleged by the  'operator-- are many and their demands  appear to be; reasonable. Briefly  Mated, they demand a .schedule, the  same as tit her branches of Ilie service,  with a minimum wage of $50 per  mouth; 12 hours to constitute a days  work, with pay for overt ime; ami a  minimum of $100 per month for dispatchers; besides the otllcial rccdgiiiliiin  of Llieir oi-gaui'/.al ion which isaccordetl  fo engineers, firenii'ii ami I raiiinieu.  They complain that they are compelled  Lo perform work which is or .should he  no part of their duties, ami in many  cases to be piae-lically on duly for 111,  18 and even 21 hours u day without  receiving any extra < .mipeijsation  therefor. Iii.s said that ou some of  Lhe branches in Lhe Territories the  operators have hail to get- ouL and  shovel snow, clean switches and perforin the work of section men generally, besides their regular tint.ies, all for  lln; iiiiinificL'iit (*'' .sum of $22.00 per  month. Ou the Pacific division the  : rale of wages is $'5 per mouth and  back 'east $.'"5.  The staLi'iiieiil Dial no' complaints  had iii-i'ii made to divisional olTicei-.s i.s  answered by Lhe iiu-n lo lhe olJ'ecl that  the trouble was noi a mallei- which  could he colisiili-i i-tl oj- rectiljeil by  these otlicialH hut cnut-ei-iieil Lhe whole  system nuil cons..ipic.it ly their representatives went direct, t..< headquarters  at, Montreal, where,, after repealed  efforts, they were refusi-il'a hearing by.,  the ol'llciiils I here which compelled  I.ii'ui In resort Id a, general sli-iko as '  the only means left.-' to   eoiiiprl   a ''con- '  .sideration of Llieir claims by  the   eoni-  pany. ( ", ���������       *      '  THEY INTEND T.) FIGHT.  Thai it is the intention of both  parties to the trouble to fight, the  matter out, is evident from theii tit-  tit title towards each other. The  oiiicials of the company aie supplying  the places til'the ttrikt'r.s with all possible tin-patch antl claim thai only in a  few istilated cases is traffic interrupted,  am! an order issued yesterday notifies  operators lo vacate company's pieiui-es  within 21 hours, bag antl baggage. On  the ol her hand the men display jti-t as  .much deteriuiuatioii to fight ton tini-ii.  They claim that there has never been  such a complete tie-up before, notwithstanding the company's icporls to the  contrary. They ,have .something like  1.000 members on the system and they  are all out to stay. Theii oiganiz-ation  is an international oiie anil their funds  tire in a position to enable them to  stand a siege i.f six intuit lis if necessary.  They have',the sympathy and have hail  assurances of the active, support ol" 'the  oilier railway organizations. All of  which is e:l.timet! by them and they  fail to t-ee how they can lo--e the  struggle. If, as is said"* by some who*  should know, the stand taken by the  company iicca-ions a general strike il  will1, prove a serious thing for the  general public, who aflerall have vital  interests to be considered.    The   whole  -trouble only exemplifies   I hi;   necessity  forh'c'deral legislation it)   the   direction  Oof compulsory arhil r.i Lion. .  TIIH LOCAL SITUATION.  Dili ing Tuesday things were pretty  much at a standstill around the sial.iuii,  lifting .-igeiil Steafinan having obeyed  I'.n* call to go out. On Wednesday, J.  i"). L'o'i-ilh-y, as'sista-it. to the. geneial  superintendent, arrived in to..-n In  take charge, .-ind has-since been working, Lhe ticker on railway work. , Supt.,  of telegraphs ' O. Wilson arrived on  Thursday and i.s .assisting the commercial operator.'n Chief Dispatcher  Go.idfellbw is al work al Kamloops,  'and ,t be travelling auditor,'has the wire'  al Donald having ri-lie cii Supt. Alar-;  pol", while a new itiau jerks the .lightning at North Bend. Tne local stiikeis  were augmented by the Arrowhead  stall' Wednesday'a nd from oilier points-  along tile line in this vicinity, while  frourpninls'bet ween North' B ���������nd'. and  Kamloops they have"'i'ongreg.il.eel ,al.  the; latte.r plae-e. The. branch train ha-  he.'n running regularly as has No. 2,  bul^No. 1 has been several hours Lilt-  each day. i.-,  On request, of com; a.iy's onieers  police proLce-l ion i.s being all'orde.l Lhe  station piemises here and at Arrowhead, ami 'special constables detailed  for the duly, b.it this must be merely  a precautionary mensiue as no disturbance of any kiml has occurred to  warrant such acl ion. -  ' <J -.-.[MKitCIAL JIBS AT WOUIv.  c '  The .strike has not atl'i't-li'd the company's I't'iniinerci.il branch, the opera-  lot-s employed in this tlep.-u-l nieiiL -ml  b.'ing involved in lhe trouble though  uiany.ol'thein are iiie'iiibers of the 0.  RAT. The wiros are V-nid to be tltivvn  ou I he prairie.  A Big���������BeiKl Incorporation.  ���������The Orphan Roy (Jold Alining C.iin-  pany, now being iiicorpnialed -uiidi'i-  the laws- of the province, vvilli a capita!  stock,of $7()'UJ('() in 7.10,00!) sha.-es of  one dollar each, is the name of a new  e.niipaiiy llial will ti,ieiate in .this  nt'ighborhootl. 'fhe property of the  company is ihc'Orjihnti Roy claim tin  Mii-retl (.'reek in the (Jroun.l Hog  Hiisin, iii'iil is known principally by the  niinieroils high a .says in free gold thai  have been obtained from it. 'lhe  intention of the company is to put on  the m.-ii-kel a limited number ol shares  of I re.-isiiry slock al tneninniii.il    pi-ice  of 10 cents, In I .e.l for   the    purpos"  of developing I he property, pulling up  a good stamp mill an,I working the  claim only. Ami of this a certain  port ion will be held ir, reserve in c.is.-  tif need. The company pi oinisi��������� tn do  a thoroughly legitimate mining  business, with all tlti" diligence, nnd  have already live men al work Iii*miIc������  lhe supplies for winter which went  foi'.ward ye.slertl.iv. As the oie is a  (vi'o. m.lling antl cyanide one all expenses of shipping and smelling are  done away with and returns on stock  should be prompt.  The names of the officers are K. II.  Wfilokintl, pi-.'sitlent; J. W. Ila-kin-,  vifi'-prcnideuL and uiauager ; K. O.  Whitney, secrelary-irea-iirer* . II. O.  IJelliiig'-r, dir-'clor. Ab'ssi-.- Wedekind  aud Bollinger aie connected with the  Trail smeller, !���������". ('. Wliituev, was  long with the C-t K. S. N. Co. in a  a resjiotisible position, and J. W  llaskius, whose name as manager is a  guarantee that the properly wili be  wt.i ketl lor all that is in it, is loo well  knc.i ii i.i t his seel inn , to iii-fil iutiu-  i!u -lion. 11 is hoped i he company may  prove.successful,' for it will 'open an  era iif busy stamp .mills in Rig B.iid.  CANADIAN  CULLINGS.  News Notes from  Various   Points' of  Our Broad Dominion.  An Ottawa dispatch says that Hon.  Joseph .M:u-tiii declined tlie, Rritish  Columbia judgeship, but favois theap-  poiiitiiient of J")., C. Fr.iser, M* P. for  Ouy'sbiiro, who ha-, bee.n iiieiitioiied for  the position., "Mr. Morrison, lioweiver,  vvill not hear of any outsider being appointed, iinel is making m-is' ene-rgetic  protests to the Oovorniiicnt. , *'  A dispittch-ft-oin -smith's I-'alls, Sept.  30, stitfes that two IVe-ights collided at  Noi wool! at noon vest ei day, owing to  incoinpetent- cli-*piitchiiig ;it btjlli ends,  Tlie train hands jumped. One, John  Douglas, was badly injured. Intensive  el,linage was done, to the rolling stot-k  iiud,freight. *  Lepiosy in the vvt'ii-st form .exists in  Montreal. J-e-e Tung, i:\ Cliiintiiian,  who died,of a mysterious illness, has  been found to have been'a victim of it.  An inspection of -ill Chinese boarding  antl lodging houses and stores has  been oiderc'd.  ' Alexander Gunn, ex-M.P., who-in  '1878 clcl'e.atetl Sir John Macdonahl,  and late"r laid low Semitor .Sullivan,  but' who w.-ts since defeated hvr,Sir  .John and Mr. J H. Metcalfe, has  been in.tcit; ]iost.-niiister ;it   Kingston.  'Miss ReHa Atlains. fornierly a  waitress in a Toronto,, i est an rant, and  subs(*i|iiuiitly assistant stewardess oil  the Enipi-ess of .r.tpui, has become the  wife of General Wong Mon, of   China.  George. A. Mc-Donald, for 'several  years private secreta'rv to tlie president  of the Canadian Pacific Railway, ha.s  been appointed stationery- agent , in  place; of WA A. .Grunt, resigned.     * ,  A new steamship service is'to be  established between New Zealand and.  V.-in c-o live r and llic first boat, tlie  Avonc.t, starts October 5.  "Mr. Rostock i.s urging unproved  until facilities in the Ivootenay country. ���������    '  Saved by a Striking Operator.  Tin* coast papers report an interview  vvith-W. A. Me-Tuti'sh, who arrived at"*  'Vii-icouver with a sloe.'- train on We.l-  nes.d.i'* night,. He states- tli.it the  train, on account of the f ict, tli.it the  slock v ould siifl'er.if del.tint'1, had,  orders'I o push through tii V.iiinonver  the .same as the passenger trains are  tiding.1 Some'''"distance.' up the line,  east of Ashe-roft, the train was Hugged.  Investigation showed that, it was stopped none too soon, for just' around .a  curve, iind in a position llial would  have precluded the engineer's seeing  il, till he. was light on top of it was a  misty slide, which' would have wiucl<i!*l  the train if it- liarl run into it. The  providential escape is due tn the fact  that .Stew-ul Hannah,' one, of t lie striking opei atoi-h, was "walking along ,the.  track lo Ash<-roft, and noticing the,,  slide he waited patiently in the vicinity  tiiriie heard a train'coining and- went  out antl stopped it -   Theie is no   need  I    I A .  to send'out guards to piotect the company's property from damage at the  hands of men like that.  Ask for them and see vovi get  them;  I'.orlhwic'.'s i-i.'ars ;i,"i' the best.  At Lea&t Twice a Week.  ���������a    Post Oflice Inspector Fletcher says  he ha-* been ifiving a gootl ileal of al-  lention   lately   to expediting  mails  in  Kootenai-.    11 is therefore in   older  to  - ii  draw his attention to the inadequacy  of the mail -erviee lo Trout- Lake. Although three trains leave Revelstoke  for Arrowhead during the week anil  are met by a similar number of boats  from the south, only a mice a week  set vice is given Trout. Lake, for which  and othei points tin t be arm a steamer  connects with all trains antl bonis nl  Arrowhead. This is a, \-fry easy  piubleiii for .Mr. '���������"lelchcr, and il is mi id  that if he looks into the matter he will  linillh.it the business'nf Trout Lake  and oilier points in that, neighborhood  will justify tiie expense of al least a  In-veekly   .-el-, ice   it' not a   tri-weekly  one,  I.oca! and Personal Briefs.  If v'oii want to know how to get in  on a good thing lead the anuniinc-e-  int'iit of The Orphan liny Gold Mining  Co. in this issue;.  JI. A. J'mtiin, representing I'uchan-  naii's Players, a big theaterical organization which vvill shortly appear here,  was in town this week.  Lost ��������� V steel w.ttch ch tin with two  ken's (one I.i -ge ami one. sin ill) attached. Finder vvill oblige by icturning  to Dr. McLean or to this ollice. *  There; will be Harvest Thanksgiving  Set vices in the Fnglish chinch at <S  11 a.m. and 7.��������� >0 p.m. to-inoriuw. The  church will be nppiopi-iatelvdi'C-oratfd.  Cluis. J. Annul .supplies the best  tobacco, the finest i;ig,tis, the latest  in ws, thi- newest books, and the driest  L'o "is. Do not fail to inspect his  stock. *  Look, for.i tlio new advertisement of  U. How-son & Co. next week. T.icy  have, just received a fiti'loiitl of .splendid,  furniture and will adv.- ---lisc swim  bargains for'cauli'- ,  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY.  Happenings of  Interest Amongst its  'Various Camps.  THAIL. CIIKKK.  , Streaks ol high grade ore going as  high a.s JjilOO in gold have been encountered in th'-'Deer Patk shaft.  A new plant has been put in at the  Alonita costing .$2,100.  Rich ore has been found in lhe. drift  from the main shaft, on the Georgia.  AViiler in the shaft of the C A* V  properly has caused the suspension of  work. '  A new strike has been made on the  Imperial on Lookout. Mountain.  The Gopher, one of lhe oiliest, locations in Rossland -lias been bonded lu  an eastern Canadian syndicate fur$"-0,-  000. '     .  ,  The Mile of the War Kagl.- mine to  English Company vvill mil be closed feu-  several weeks yet.'   '  On the coiiMilidaletl St. Elmo a ledge  of 10 feet wide has been opened. ;���������  ,    Phcenix .shaft*,  i-  down   70  feel and  has ore valued at $22.  , Grant/ Gov.-in  and   Fred*  W.' North,  have secured iiboul30  claims 'in Trail  Creek division'.'  A gootl mineral showing was made  by a rock cut on the Red "Alountaiu  road.  Tlie   Trilby   and   Prince   of    Wales  - i  claims, in the   south    belt,    have   been  sold for $20,000 cash.  On the Red Mountain claim a new  body of ore'assaying from J-iUO to $7."j  hits been located.    *   (  13. 1A Shaiihnl, of London, England,  has secured the Paymaster group of  .nine c-laims on .Murphy Greek.  A third vein' has been opened on the  Alayflovvct.     i      '  ,  The, Le  Roi   minimis  now 'shipping  about l."i0 tons of ore a day.      ���������     ,  '  Thirty li'et ol ore litis been struck on  the Iron Queen.    The ore was found al  the depth of G feet.  The E.-ening Star's lower tunnel has  developed four feet' of ore.  far f'.ir'90 is $2, i:'7,."503. For lhe same  period last year il was $1,007,250.  Typhoid cases are numerous in Nelson. -        *  Ghas. St Barhe, who has been editor  of the Nelson .Miner for two years,  leaves at the end of this month.  ,  . -Bouche,on the Bend.  *     * v   ,  E.N. Rouche, who has recently returned lo Rossland from i\i(: Rig,Bend,  says in an interview there: ���������  *' Ou Keyslone Alountaiu an immense  ledge is found. It crops out at intervals for aboul seven miles, anil for two  miles it can In* 'i raced through a line of  schist ,-i u! tpiiirt'/.ile.fi.rmal i'Ui. There  is an iron capping to the ledge of fully  100 feel iii width, beuealh which, when  a few;, shots 'were put. in, a stieak of  .-'olid on'', chiefly a close-grained .steel  galena exists. The surface ' is an  iixidi'/.ed galena, which run- high. This  vein of gootl ore is from three to seven  feet wide, and ,iis-nys "ns high' as' $11  gol I, S ounces silver ..-uul 70 per cent  lead have been obtained, while I be-  lowest'was $2.50 in'gold and 71 ounces  silver. ' ��������� '  ' "J. AI. Kellie. ALP.Pi, is working a,  claim near the head of Garn'e's Creek,  which is'supposed to he Lhe same lead  as that on Keystone Alountaiu. The  ore is an arscno-pyrit.e with some solid  iron ore. Assays as high, as $10 in  gold have been gotten. Fill Lhcr north  some good quartz ledges have been got,  and more are likely to be found.,  "One exten-ive hydraulic plant is  this year being put in pi.ice, and, vvith  easier means of commtinicat ion, he  believes that, ninny 'othei s would be.  Free-milling qu.u t'.* is likely to be found  as well as other such ore ledges as ��������� the  one in which he is interested."  ' Mr. Bundle is interested with .1. G.  Alontgoinei v on the great lead on Keystone AJ.ouiilain, and he expie.-scs himself as so well pleased with tin" result  of bis fx-uninnt'oii that considerable  work vvill be done next spring to fully  t'*st, the properties in which'"he is  interested lo the number of eight.,  . SLOCAN.  The Juggler claim,, near Cody, has  b>-ell sold'i,o Tacoill.-l pt ople.        ������������������>  In lhe sinking of a winze on (be  Goodeiioiigh, 25 tons of ore averaging  ���������150 ounces in silver were taken out.  The Ntirlh Fork of Carpenter is turning out to be a gold camp.  The Brennaii group, one of the oldest  locations in the Kaslo-SIoean country, ,  'has been'bonded a't $:-!0,000 to .Major  Steele and others, of the N. \V. T.  They start in at'once to develop.  ' The London has been incorporated  for $150,00(1 of 000,000 shares of 25 cents  each.  The air compressor at the Lucky  Jim is doing S feet of work per day.,  1 The Noble Pi vein e bouse was burned  down last Tuesday.  The Recti has been stocked at. $1,000,-  000.  -No stock on the market.  The Ruth has been incorporated for  $000,000.    No shares yet for sale.  A customs concenti-iilor is to be  erected .il .Slocan Lake.  John A. Finch has .taken up the  Enterprise bond.  The Proinaslora, Cariboo Creek,  made its lir.sl shipni'-nt to Trail la-l  week. *  OlONIiliAL.  Neai ly 10 miles id" wire rope has been  oidered by the Hall Alines.  The lirsl number of the /"-/,// Streak,  li. T. Lowery's new Sandou weekly,  'appeal s this week.  Work has ciiiiiini'iict'tl on lhe icst'i-  voir for Kaslo'- waterworks.  The Two Friends case was not  liiiishetl this hearing aud vvill come 11 j >  again in Oclohci.  'Kn.shi's business men and olheis* are  petitioning the council for lhe coii-  sitleral ion of an electric light scheme.  To open up I he Diiuc.in Ri>'er $'',00 I  has been appropriated bv I he Dominion  Govi'i-timt'Ul.  '   Boundary, Wash., camp  is  shipping  ore to the Trail smelter.  A big No. H locomotive has been  brought, acl oss the Columbian!. North-  port for Hack laying on the Red  Alountaiu railway.  F. A. lleinze is buck at Trail from  his English I rip.  Sir Bin tie Frcre is visiting Rossi.-ind.  A brick hotel h.-i- been start eel by  Airs. Allen at Rossland.  A great scarcity of lumber is fell al  lios-laiul.  The Noble Five concentrator of 150  tons cap.icily will e-u-i, $:'(),(HII).  Aug lleinze is reported as seeking  further pro\ inci.il aid for the Columbia  A: Westei u i.iilrond.  A decline in Hull Mines slock is report I'd ll-ii.ii Loudon, foci e is no local  cause for it. ,  A 'big gold-discovery has been inaiie  mi .Sjil'oillc. Greek.     A  ��������� ��������� ,  T.'ic value of the bullion, "uiii11e and  ore sliipuici.'.s fi-in i.i  vV'c.si. Koo-.t-'na",   so  Saved $12,000.  .. '     .  ' During the alteration of the smelter  at Nel-on il was uefcssary to take out  the bosh and bo I loin of * lhe , blasL,. l'u r-r,  n.ice. . The ht iiii mi of the-, furnace was  of fire .brick anils, the bricks were  thoroughly -aLui-nted with cupper,  silver and gold. The - mortal-, or lire  day joints, had heen completely eaten  away anil" cplaeed ly copper and  sjlver. The mass, which weighed  several tons, was estimated to be worth  about $,12,000 aiid required .i great, deal  of hard labor to break up on account  of its toughness.���������Rossliiutl Miner.  About the Hall Mines.  The Mall Alines of Nel on have .just,  placed an older with .1. D. Swoid, i ep-  ivst'iilativeof the Dominion Wire Rope  company, of .Montreal, for 50,000 feel  of one-inch,steel wire rope, aboul nine  and a half miles. This rope is to replace the one already in use: and is, a  '���������plough steel" rope of,, great, tensile  strength,'having ii breaking strain of  50 tons. It. vvill take between three  antl four cars to carry the rope, which  weighs in the neighborhood of 10 tons.  All. Sword is tii" be congratulated on  Lhe receipt, of so large an order.  Who They Are and What Doing'. .'  Tin'' following facts regarding the  Lillooet, Eraser River and Cariboo  Gold Fields company, otherwise the  llorne-Payne company, which is operating in this noil hern district to the  lime of nearly half a million, may be  interesting.  It vc.-is originally iiicorpuraled in  England in 'i.'l wilh n capital of ,l*'"t!,-  00(1, but Ibis was iiirre.-i-.id the following year lo 'JI'.IO.OIlO. of lihieli i'.'i'JO.OOO  has been Mib-cribed-aud folly paid, the  Icuiniiiiiig .^."O.I.'O'J beiin*- reserved for  issue '.vheiriict'.ision demands il.  Tlie presi'lil liil eel oral e is Hi follows;  It. Al. Horne-Pnyii", cluiiriniin; F. S.  Rni na ul. vici'-t'h.'iiruian; R. N. Lamb',  ileputy-chiiirinan ; lion. F. (������. Vcinou.  Al. Al. II.' Rosenheim, F. .1. Gold-  sclnnidl, J. llorne-Payne.- Q. G, W.  Kan-ell, of Vancouver, and J. A. .Mara,  of Iv.'iiiiloops.  Tin* company' has acquired or bonded  50 mineral claims wilh water rights,  timber privileges antl land necessary  lo work I hem satisfactorily.  The organization of the conipany in  British Columbia comprises a he.nl  ollice in Vancouver anel live camps al  othei points, the si.-ill' consisting of a  secretin y and eompli oiler wilh hi-  assi-lauts in Vancouver; a duel  engineer antl general mining Supcrin-  tcnde'iil, Air. Robei I- .I.-imii'so-n, vvith a  stall' ol assistant engineers anil a local  uiauager in each camp, together with  a number nf ellicient pi ospcclor-  scii tercel livei the province. Air. F. S.  Biirnartl has ch-irge of all iipeiaLion-.  Its" c.'iii.ips" are .siltiiiteil at R* s.da.nd;  Montgomery, 10 uiiles no I h of Trad;  .'Rosenheim," Lai-deali; Laurie,'' -\ mile;  i-asl of. r.]i'cil!tM'.'a:-t:and one nt Lillnoet.  M.. P. S. o vden is assistant general  liiiiiiagt-i-.   " ���������- ��������� '���������  NEIGHBORING   CAMPS.  THE BIG BEND   AND  TROUT LAKE  DISTRICTS PARAGRAPHED.   *  Something Good on Canyon Creek Re-  *   Located���������-Horne-Payne Co. Nego-  ���������    tiating for the Great Northern-  Activity in the Bend.  nent   I his   season.      vvuiii    wnu    mi-  Jrpban Boy company'"and   this  outfit,  ,here will   be   considerable;   activity  in  piarlv- mining this ivnilei.  Tom    Home    left      Revelstoke     for  Downie,Creek by river yesterday.  Two   Chicago  capitalisLs  arrived- in ,  Revels'fokcHhis  week   to   look  at Jiig  Bend properties antl   will   i^o   up   next,  week. ' ��������� i    .        ,  The   Fieiich   Creek   company     mil-.,  chinery is expected shortly. :  Tit OUT LAKK.( 5  Ilari-y Klapach, .who litis been in  Trout Lake all summer developing  Ilie Denver, says Lo Lhe Kotttenttitm, at  Kaslo, that. Tro'uL,' Lake "is booming  this year and will lie a great, ct. nip next  season.  A  new  discovery  of  much 'proniist*  has been made aboul IS miles down the  l.-ike ou���������Canyon Greek and about, ti or 7,  uiiles ffoin 'the' lake   shore.    A   sti-ong  lead ofJvery gootl ore/ has' heen ��������� found '  here; on which 8  claims   have, already  been localed, amongst   which   are   the'  Broken    Hill,   Bessie,    Bradford    and   "  others.     A   sample'of   ore   from ��������� th������  Broken Hill was sent to Lbi-Uevelstokii  Boarcrof Trade" for  exhibition,   which  went 157 ounces  in  silver and  SO  per  cent   lead.     This  location   at Canyon  Creek was discovered three   years ago  but abandoned.  'fhe Great Northern lias about. 5 men ,  wen-king; the Silver, Cup,   I);   the  Bad-'  shot ,'i; antl , lhe  Sunshine,   5;  scAlhat  the proper! ies are shewn to be opening  up all the time, and the   prospects  are  thai  all  of   these   vvill   ship   ore ,lhiss ,  winter.. , ,  A man called .Myers has made a good  discovery ne.-u- Ihc'Hortie ledge.  Four tons of ore averaging $500 are  stacked,al the Silver Cup.  The llorne-Payne Co. have a splendid  bodv of ore about 20 feet wide in sight,  ou Lhe Broadview. This is indeed a  " Broadview."  The road between Galena Bay and  A ruis! rung Lake is now completely  .surveyed for the'whole 12 miles,' and  lenders are being called for by N. P. .  Snowdei! to cut it oul in mile sectionS.  Engineer Carry litis now^proceeded to  Ferguson and will try and connect  ,1'rtun I here to lhe main ro.nl.  ll is whispeieil now that the llorne-  Payne Co.. so much do they like the  ptospecls of their purchases in Trout  Lake, are living fo neg-ni iale I'm the  (���������'real Noitberii. without doubt one of  the giralest juopei-lies in the camp, If  thvrc is any riiilh'iu it the price will  he a whopper as tin.-property is haul  |o diiplicali*.  Signs are ii'il waul in^r I hat il i- the  inl.-n l ion of Jim 11 ill to build into I hi*  camp next mi miner, and everyone .  hope-it i- true.. Competing lines are  needed lo develop "' c.tllip. Look nt  lhe Slocan'  l'litui thi" MiNiNe; iuce;oui)S.  RKVULSTOICH -  Sept. 21     Golden'     Eagle,  1 i : l  11.     AIc-  Dermiil.  211- hou .Mask. \i. R. Atkins  ai���������Copper   King,   Bouche    &  .Montgomery  - -"!)���������Hiimi-li.-dl, W.A. Morris  2!)-Home-lake, Ii. N. Coursier  2EI- Lakeview. D. Campbell  20���������Last Chance. W. A, .Morris  *  Annul is all right. He knows what  people want. Step up and see, his fine,  line of candies mid cmifc-itionrry. A  complete stock of stationery anil Inioks  now on hand.  Dr. W.,J. Cuirv, of "Nnmtiiiio, wil']  lie at Victoiia lintel for live days  beiriiiniug Wednesday, October 7th,  and will be piep.ued foi all dental  npei.it ions, iiicluch'iii- painless extinction, nitilici.il teeth, and filling of  ihe; n.iluial tcetli. Pei sons lei-uiiiuir  Di. Ciurv's set i ices please call at the  j'c.itliest p'.ih.'o d.iie. i'iist-cl.isf  uoi k ,gu.u , oh ed. d PAGE 2.  1 I i hi   I\UUI 1jA> j:\ J    A"! Al i,.  Zbe Ikootena^ riDaxl  PUHLISHKI) KVKHV SATL'ItDAV  ���������AT -  i     REVELSTOKE. B.C.,  ���������uy -  ATICINAS At -SMITH.  I'liiu.iSHi-its AXi> I'ltoi-iinrroits.  Subscription   Price,    $2.00   Per    Annum  ZcT sruicn.Y in- ihvanci: 'v-S  ADVERTISING KATES.  CON'TKAejT ADVEItTISKMKNTS itiscirt-.l at  tlie rate of $I..Ttl pe-i- column nidi per iimiilh.  Koi-fi|iaces nf six iioliinni inches or over ������1  tier inch tiur iiidhIIi.  TItAN'SIKN'T AI������VKIITISKMK\T.S 10c. per  lint- lirst insertion, .V. jioi- lino cai-li suIisl--  qiuiiL iiisei-tioii. Tlio niuiiliei- of lines  reckoned iiy space occupied. I:" lint"- to tlie  incli.  ItKAI'IXi' JJOTK'KS Wc per line each in-  serlion. tinli'ss cont met rd for liv the HKi  lines.  JOH riUN'TIN'U of every kinil al inns! reasonable rates .md shortest nut ice.  ACC'Ol'NTS for job printing or ii/lv-rrtisiiigr  Iiayalilc on Ibe lirst of every miuilli.  COlllIKSl'ONbKNCK on all iiiallci-s of loi-.il  or public interest invileil and earefulh* i-im-  .sidercd. All eonuiititiic.iliniih to lln- K.litor  must be aecinii|iiinictl by the name of tbe  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  , as an evidence of (food faitb.  Atldfi-ss  ' ,  Tiik Kootknay Mail.  Revelstoke, R.C.  RKVELSTOKK,   OCT. 3, 1S"K>.  Aci'iN'c: upon local advice, Air. Rostock has secured the division of tlie  , $12,000 appropriation, giving .^l0,000  to the river bank and $2,000 ��������� to the  canyon. The river bank appropriation  is conditional upon the co-operation of  the Provincial Govei ninent, which will,  no doubt, he cheerfully and ungrudgingly given to protect lands from which  it annually collects revenue. ,  There'is  nothing   unfair   in   asking  .   the, co-operation   of   the   Province, in  this matter,   as   it   is   the   author   of  precedents covering like circumstances.  At    the   session   '.sub.seejueut   to    the  "Fraser River floods of  '*H   il   made   a  grant, of $2*3,000 for a system of   dyking lauds near that tiver, prov idetl the  Dominion contributed a   like   amount.  *    The same arrangements for co-operation  ��������� were, agreed upon for lhe protection of  the-   banks   here,   in   '94-95,   and   now  Colonel Baker has gone to Ottawa asking for the assistance of thc Dominion  to in-proving the Fraser   antl   protect-  'ing lands adjacent.  thistry necessary in the bui!diug up oi  a new count r\ as t he niiiiingof precious  metals. And to this ciiu.se is due the  veiy existence of this PioAnce antl  the Western Stales of Aineiic.i. What  would IJ. C. be to-day, how ni.uiv -its  people but for the early rush for gold  and the later exploiting of' its mineral  wealth.' Wlieie; vvou'd be the States  of Montana, "Nevada, and Colorado but  for'their woiitleiful yields of silver ..nd  golt). Mining i.s what built the West,  and what i.s building and will build  Riitish Columbia; what vvill im-serve  the population of this Dominion- from  decay, iecruit it fiom abroad,' and, en-  lie-li it with the pioduct of its wealth.'  Premier Laurier is a wi.se man and  sees the benefit R._(_,A. jnay' prove to  the Dominion, and when he describes  it as '��������� the hope of tin's country " he i.s  not using exti av.-igaiit language- nor  floweiy figuie of speech, but. giving  utterance to aif honest fact which the  appropriat ions for this Province, in  this the first session of Parliament  under his ret/nun piove. he ns honestly  believes. A liberal policy to Rritish  Columbia now vvill not be forgotten in  the day of her greatness which is nea.-  at hand.  about -evenly \e:iis ago, on twenty  acre- of land originally Use,I foi- growing hop-. The amount of 1 lie fruit on  the trees v,u ie-greatly, hut *m favorable -i-a-oiis certain trees have yielded  2 I.Oit) mils, worth, at wholesale pi ice,  i'O cent- per 1,000. An avoiage walnut tree in full hearing yields a crop  of .'���������'00 pounds of nuts. On .-m aveiage  an at re .contains 1 wenly-.-even trees,  "producing a ci op valued at $075 per  acic. ,(  A WORLD'S i-'AIll���������At doe Joe's  parlor. For ynts who .vaut. a shaving,  sh'iiiipooiiig or se.t foam, hot and e-oltl  bath, tobacco, cigtis and vignettes' i.i  .-ill kinds, fruit' or confectionery,  stationery and so fori h ; next door to  the Columbia   Hotel. *  .J. A. ileiHo.vx.  .Jack Sands is always prepaied to do  teaming ant)' hauling of all kinds'at  shot test n it ice. See; him about 'your  winter wood. , *  Why do judges of good Chewing  Tobacco insist on getting genuine  IJKAVRK   Plug.     It lias   mi   equal.  \A/   B. McKECHNiE,  "'������ ��������� (M.J'., ai.dA'.m.i  PHYSICIAN- and SUBGEON,  REVKLSTOKK .... B.C.  OI'TICK in K. Samson's bon-e (next, I'tv-Iivler-  ;,iu Church), ('.ills bv Tcl.-plioni' oi- Telc-  l?i-.-i;ib pt-iiinptli .ille-nili-tl lo. Ollice lunn-s:  JlSi'l lo II ii.ni., 1:111 to i and 7 Io h pan.  QHAS. R. CARLYON,'  Barrister-at-Law, Solicitor '  b  ry  a���������  ���������Oi-VICK:, IV-tjisun's Hall, Itcvelsloko, H.C.  Pief  i]l  erust; ciit-.-ip imi'.-iiioii  Ask for them and ������ce you get them.  Ijorlliwick's cig.us aie the best.  \\7"ANTI*:i>   AT   O.Vl'K-Aiiiit:   a-ent-,    for  "��������� >      c.uli rtiiuil.i.    Kxeiiisivu  conli-ol  and no  i i-k.    Will cltat- li to ".',> Im ml ml dollars :��������� >e,u-.  Knelt) .e si.iin|> for lull  p.-ii-lii-ii'.ii's or *",*-Inr $1  -iiuple.    Iii-" K.ipitls Mtnei'.il   Watt-i- Co., JIijj  l{.-ipids,,-VIieli.  NOTICE  ', Tiik opposition to the appointment  /if a-man from another province to tiie  vacant judgeship is not logical nor sen-  ftibl(-,'but a veiy dangerous policy.  The  "administration nf'justice is a serious  matter that, is, or .should he, held above  hiCiil feelings " or partisanship.', The  idea is wrong that  a   member   of   the  ' ll. C. bar   should   be   chosen   a   I!. C.  'judge simply because the vacancy is   a  ' local one.   There* are, and the meiiibet's  i  of the li. C. bar will not deny it, just  as clever advocates and men learned in  tlie law in other piovinccs as in this,  and, as a balm '<> their feelings, we  will add, as clever here as elsewhere.  But the position of a judge is such an  eminently impartial one that it is  1-etter ho should be chosen fioin outside the many conflict ing political local'  .and other cliques antl parties that have  been'.swaving this, province, such as:  Conser vnti i c:  The Ironies of Politics. ,  Discussing the U.' S. Presidential  contest the Ttccitlicth Cent it ri/ says:  One curious result of the campaign is  to make certain,, the fact that the  election of .SlcKinley will' mean "l he  endorsement of ('reiver Cleveland's  administ ration.' Every Republican  orator finds himself' in the novel  position of defending "Mr*1 Cleveland's  bond issues, defending--"Mr. Cleveland's  invasion of Illinois, and 'defending Mi\  Cleveland's refusal to sign the Wilson  tariff hill. livery Re-publican argument for a gold standard i.s a' vindication of the President.' lively Republican , orator, 'Harrison, Depew,  Sherman, is forced, to be c-oiisihts-ss!���������  into prniscof Gl over ("lev eland.' And  should McKii 1 -y be elected by an overwhelming majority, it. vv ill mean that  the .-iduiiiii.str.iliou has been not only  endorsed, bill avenged. .Such are the  ironies of politics. Pom years ago it  would have seeuietl simply impiis-il,),.  I hat Gi over Cleveland and his friends  could'use eveiy possible elToi t lo elect  .Melviul'-y lo be Chief -Magisi i ate, a nc:  thai MeKu-.iev anil his -uppurteis  w'e'u ild ret urn the compliment hy unsparing praise nf Giover Cleveland.  Vet lhe alliance to-day is an, at-  coinplisbeil tact. (.'I'-nver Cleveland  has c.tused Republican   tidal, waves   of    -titu'I.''  VrOTIOK IS in-:.";i<"HV (JIVKYlii'ii I intend  Li to apply to ilie Chief I'niiiinisskuior ol  Lands anil Works lot- permission to purchase  lhe follt)wm-; drsciilitd p.istoi-.il land : Coiu-  tiivnuiii^" a; a point, where ilie .soulli line of  A levin.lor .\lc! lac's preemption claim iiiler-ci-ls  the NA \V. shore ol Vi-ro.v Luke, tlienee wc-,1  bi) chains, theni-i- so-tlli l'i chains more or less lo  lake, thence lullow mjr shore ol hike to sl.irtiiitr  poinl. .I.'A, JIAOKK.  Liinle.iu. H.C., Alt-;. 21sl, Ih'.lli. ���������     li-ill  JAS.  McMAHON,  .Gsneral Blacksmith & Woodworkep  Repairs to "Waginis.    Tools .Sharpened.  ' SIIOKINd   A    S: I0C1ALTY.      ,  Gold Hill Hotel  .'   FRANK  VANDALL, Puoi'i<u-:t()r.  =^Eeve!stoke, E.G.���������=  Best Table in Town, Well Furmshed Rooms,  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars,  Everything Strictly First-Glass. , :  A.McNEIL,  BARBER SK^P AND BATH ROOM,.  Front, Street, l"e.vol.stok*e.     '  ' ��������� ��������� .       NOTICE   '  -vrOTICIC IS T1KHKUY (IIVKX that si\(y  \ (Ik)) il.ijjt .il I oi- dale 1 intend to apply to  tin-Hon. thul'hiet Coinmiss-ioiiei- ol Lands and  VVovl*-, lot" pe-i'ini tslon to pim-liase KM tiet-es or'  I.ind (Ij-criht'.l .is tollows :   .  ('iiiiiineii,-!ii'*;iu a pnsi ninrkeil NA I'. S ailioin-  iii-; lhe sonli.-vvesl enl net- oi,, llio land applied  lot- hy Clias. MoImiii, ,n.iinir lis .i-jenl lot- 1{. .Al.  Hoi-iie-l'.i.v lie. situ.-ili: on l.'ie i-tist shore ol'  (.'.llciiii i'.iy, Uppei- Ai-roiv LaLc. West,  ICoolentiy Disli-iet, !'..('., Ihence cast till chains,  thence south l'i chains, ihence west In chains,  1 hcsnui* fi������Il������iv\ ni-f the nie.iiidei'iiu's ol the shore  line lo poinl <r" c'luimeiicenient.  ll.Hcd   Hi Sept. lM)(i.    X. I������. ri.VO'.YUIOX.    i'1-ill  NOTICE  NT'  TOTI -1-: IS II KltKHY kiv an that thirty days  it"ier fl.tto I will a mly t-i the lion. Chief  ('oiniiiissioni-r ol Lands and U'orl.s I in- a special  li-.eiist- to-tut tiinhur on .i one limns ind ttcie  li'oeU in land situ.iictl on e.i.sl side of Lnwor  Arrow Lake, Kootenay District, coiiuiicncin-,'  at it stake at s iti(i.-\ves| eoi'ti.T at lake shore  .ilioill st\- noli s not tii fi-cn 1 leer ! 'ark. l timiini*;  e ist I.i chtiiii.. nnrt'i In chains, cut .Vi c'ia tis,  imi-tli Ni chains, ursi .'il C. a ns. norili S-l chains.  >vi st (i I cii lui^ Hi lake sliorc. tlit-ni-e south (niiilc-  i i't l.il:i> I he htiiuul.ii'.v) -.'il'l ciia-n.- Ui initial post,  e it.iiiiin-c I.li i'1 acres m i,-e or ljss  .a'c-.i.-.i. riciH. 1 .11., I "),*.     F. S. S.'.liT!!.     -J.;-:il  Haircut, 25c;   Bath, 50c; Six Shaving  Tickets for $1.00.  GUY  BARBER,       "   ,  WATCHAZAKER AND JEWELLEr.  i ' '        '       '    t  Repairing Neatly &. Promptly Executed.  REVELSTOKE, B. cA    '  d. R. HULL & CO.  Terms $2 per day.  Kaniloops Beer on Draught  NOTICE  thi-|ia.st tew years. He i.s responsilile  for any "Mt-Kiiiley .sentiinent that ui.-iyc  exist to-day, .-in"il the only reluike tiiat  could lie administered lei Grover Cl.-vela nil hy the American people vvtuilel lie  the overwhelming election of \\". J.  Brvati. *>  VTOTICK i.S HKIIKIIY  OlVliX lh.it  (ill days  ������ v     I roil i il.-tt.-  I, X.  I'.  Snov.deu, uclinu;  as  fluent tor A   K  .Mel'Iullips.  nUoiid   making ap-  . pi ma i inn to llio Hon. the Cliiel ('oniniissioncr ol  I r.nuts an,I Works   ml-  permission  to   puieliase  I uiiu  huiiilietl airl   sixty aen-s of land in   i'1 out  Lake Miniui; Disisam of   West  Kootenay   Dis-  I li-iel. des-i ihctl  .is  folliiws:    I'.iiiiiiRiieni'^ at a  1 p ist   marked  Initial    I'o-t  A  sitiiand   ai   the  | north---ist eorucriif I'. l-'ern is ia's ;ii'e-L'iii,.111.11  1 of three luui.lW-d and lui ntj acres; ihence west  I fottyi ham--: tin nci-sonlli  un-ti .ini'ii.; then.-"  i'.i-t tort) vliauis;  then, e  norili lorty clitiuis io  1 point ot eoniiiieiieciiii-iil.  1 x. p. sxowi-rcx.  j Aitenl tor A. K. JIi-1'liillip.s.  , Trout Lake, litli S.'pl , Isllli. , -.'.'-lit  ������/holesale    and,   Retail  Purveyors of,Hio-h-class Meats.  REVELSTOKE, B.C. *  Ail.order.s in'our line will he  jirompth,  attended to,    ,  THE " REVELSTOKE   PHARMACY.  UR FALL STOCK con-  sistino' of Patent Medicines, [)ruo*s, Drtio-o-ist's  Sundries' 'and Toilet Articles  has just been received and may  he- had at' the .lowest prices.  .:<\i!i line of Stationery and  Cio'ars always on hand.  COLUMBIA   HOUSE,  =--=Revelstoke, B." C��������� ������������������=  Largest Hotel in Town,  \ Centpally Located, Best Aeeoniniodation,  /Free Bos,  Rates.$1.per day.  =     '    ' BROWN & CLARK.  Froprietbrs. ' '  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars,   Draught Beer always on tap.  Upper Arrow Lake, B.C:  PRIHCS,:  Under' same  Management.  2-.-11-12111  ���������ALL   FIRST   CLASS  KKVJSI  -:o:--:o:-  Tii:   RB'aSTOKH ' PilARSACY.  In- triov\:i   Im   ilie  (ilizens   of  ancient  ��������� .Mexico, but  pinl'-ilily few   have  lie.nd  vs.  Liberal,   Government I of n u'lirden on  I id a .ship, i* ith faun  .-s .  . ii> xt   ���������   1       1     van!   at t.-ichnieiit.     Tl-.e 'splct.tlitl -.hip  vs. Opnosition,    Isl.-uid   vs.   .Mainland.,- . ���������   ' '  ,  "' _ , 1 ~Mowh.ui,   now   111   pint  Mononoli^.s vi,. j*eoples R.-l.ters.   An , m.lsitlt,t.,m.nl ������������������ ,,���������.���������,,*  A Garden on Shipboard.  Most people I1.1 i-i* heard of tlie'liang-  inir gai dens of Htihvlnii. the niudern  1 oof gardens, a t,d. he Ka.������>.-i.s on llo.il-j ^tm(.K ,. nK{T^������lVKy; Um( VlM,  111;^ l.slantls 111 which v eurel.toll's used to 1 A> da;-. .liter d.ire 1 will ,ip;ily to the Ii.in.  | ;���������.,,,^   ,.,-     ;....,  * ' 'll*' *~ Coininisston, i of l.,uiils  iitill W'oilcs lo'-.i  notio:  PORTER AND STOUT  FINE   ALES  ,'   .  O.K. LAGER, BEER,  Draught   and   Bottled.  -:o:-  REVELSTOKE     BRE*WERY*  minister even handed justice  witli   no- * ^  thing but  ii sense ot  had    such   an  liunnsr i.er- n ip  outside man would briii;,' no feeling  in j to Oregon, .which is tlms  d.-s, i ih,.yl i,y  aecord    with    these   i-uarrels   but   ncl-| the Purl laud   Orrr/iimtin t   On  lenitive  Ja.st for Portland she fnt.JA mi lnvnd  ,f  Tiglit.   and   dutv   !.'-'"'lia>t 2.1/0 tons ���������f I: ish.nluh-,. h,  .  "    ! when leveled ulT. luni't-   ijti!*.- a ^tt.-tj h  '   Pol low out the theory ot the   oca     bar i    .. , ...       . -  -  -"������������������"���������"      "���������*    "���������* -        ^ i nt uiynind. ,111(1 I In- ship - i n.'ii|���������iliy )il ii-  ,and    justice    betonies    folly.     Count \ t t.,.t.(),,; ,,,'j���������lt \t l(, ,,,��������� ,j   (1^.   |)V  ^,i,t���������,.  Court  judges   .should    belong   only    to    jn<_* a stuck of -^ann-n tint k in   il.    Thi-  that county   in    which   they   practice. ' *-'''",,i-- ''���������"" "I' al), ��������� ij-'ht,.! nd  ih-   pl.mi -  i-      "      ,i -,i : r ���������   'flourished   finely   ami,   when   tie-   -hip  j-tipcndiarv and other   inagisrr.ile.s   ap- , . ' '. ,  .        ,   ," ... i-e   ' was in  the   tropics   i;ri-������    -.villi   trtcit  nouiled   because   ot   resilience   (lUiilin- . ,,, ... .   , ,  I ,, ' * rapidity.    Aslhev   protri e-se'l   tow,ml  cations     only,    and    even    const.-ibles ; , ht. ((()', ��������� _ll!(| l(||, ��������� ���������_,, h,.t ^ (..v  r(',|(it ,  chosen for no elVicienev but, for  an    ac- i | hinufs i ante to perti-i Imn r.ipidlv.   'I'll  , cident of bii t li or an  iiicidt'nt   of   iesi- ( ' rt-vv   and    shij.'s   .ippn-ai i. i-s    iiimkiI  Weni-e,     The'B. 0. bar  truly   makes   a ' ihe.nselv.- hy wc-tlmtr .unl . ui'l'  nu. <  , " the plant-, ami I he c.ipt.i 111 and ollb ������������������! -  poor plea. i . . ,. .. , ,     ,  t ' _ | tonls I i-tiiilar w .ilks m t h" LMi'ii-ii d.i il\  Provided I lie nominee for the vacant  ilid^eship. should   he    be   chosen    fiom  outside the province, be a lighteoiis  man and erudite he is ivi-lctue, w bovver he Ik-; -ind il. i.s as viaiinly wishetl  that the oilier provinces may get their  jutl-ii's from P.. C. antl fiiui them men  jKissfssefl of " th.-it chastity of honour  xi'iich felt a stain like a wound."  ~vViikn it, is remembered that this  fair iJoiniiu'on possessed of so many  ;ld vantages does not maintain its  natural iiicre.-iKt; of population and fails  even to retain that imiiiigra/ion which  would restore, the wat-te, I here is grave  and serious ground for rellection, antl  the futuie for such a country is dark  indeed.- JJut there is ;i glen in of sun  (-huN- in die dark picture, and it, is  found in Pieinier Lauriei's utterance  the other day : " liril ish Columbia is  the hope-of the country."  Theie lins  never    l-ee.ti    in    all     I lu-  winhl's event ful   hlsloty    sindi   a    load  stone to {.-migrant--, such   an   attr ctor  <if population ainl  wealth, iim'J such   an  ijj'.-f-uI iv ti to t.lnit rievelojiiiiei.t and   in-  in t h" t-'.ii  antl all had ifieeu v egel ,tli|.*s to l|i"ii  he'll t s'cool i-ul. .\s lin-y e.niie ii.noil  f fit'     I f i it II     (In-   g.llflell    w.l-    I "I l.llll.'ii  .mil   hy    lie-    lime    I hey    i*'.nlie<I    tie  etpUlti'l e\ erVl lll'l i" V'.ls ,-llili.i.iil, . i,' 111  all li,mils !eis|,.|| nil ft-, -h v c!/.'(,.lili s  d.-iil^-. The only ilt.tu-li.it k lo Hi-  j^.irden vver" lite weeds, iv hi* n gi *-vv so  rapidly t It.11 t hey t oitlil ti.it ills be kept  down, in it I t In driiv-i- of purs .vhii li w ,i-  kept in tin- farm yard al t.it-liini-iit  which, on several nt-ctsinits, vvln-n t-e  ship was bucking into ,i uor'i-iisier .tiul  roi li UK Ilea v iiy. In i ike out nl I h*- lion'ids  ami   ' inatle     -e  ^ou^    ini-Oads   on    th--  i --.eci.ii lii.en-.' I j * ill limber on :i one lliinis.ittrl  a -te liln. k of kind s'tii.ued on ul-s*. si'le of rivir  ' tutwtiii t"]i|)i-r .mil l,ii������t-t- .Vrrovv k.iltes,  Koat.'n.ij-llistru t   i (iiiiinciiciii-- .it   .-.  liosl     .it,  * s nu 1.-.,is- i o!i,..r in .ir -.losiitnto Creek .ibout  thrre 'uli-s troni n'ver. iilxinl Illl  u!i:i:iis f.-om 'mrt'. u.-t i-nrner of I'o'nni'ii.i .X:  !\i-iti'iiiij i.i .i K. I "iinn,' norlh ii c'l.iins, ue-l  I ).-i.i-iis.-sinii ,1 ".'i i-l:.iin~, west 11 e'linin-. n il I'l  ��������� ljtieh.mi-. wis* In .-li,litis, norili I'l cliiinis. i ;is(,  xi .-Ii uns, ��������� on|It TM e.'iain ,. e������st ���������> i h.-iins, souih  i>-i ( ii.l.lls, ui'l West III e'l.iuis to lllitl.il |lilst,  . i,nt.i.!-..ii,- 1.O0-) ,i/.n s "iiilie or li -s  .li'i-'KI'II    lj;i,OXI)K.  n'ii u;-:i,.-!..-i>i.. liih. 1--.HJ L>-!-:ii  '  GcrLiUcale of Imppavements.  'Vi.*'.i, I-i l>*!!,i V! ni* *-,il Citiitii. siln.it ri in tln>  if.i ill. ,\.t. ' Mui.iih' luii-inii ol West  ICo'i*. n.ij Ui- in. I.  vvi;.... 'i������ ,(.;��������� a - iiti[������i-iii. i.i Mineis Tiiiiin-I ii'i  t'.l   I"        Ol    till-    C.ll|.ll|���������lll     I'.l. Illl      llilillMI)  ,i'i.,rt     Inr*-.-    i<.,n s     i ,l-i     of   Iliei illi-wie-t  .-Int. ir.. .  -*p.\'-:i. vnrii-i; *'i,t i. v i> -"uowiim, ,i.-i-  J 1-.^   .-    I,'. 111 I'll'   l'ie   !.,i!l,tlk   ( *illsoln!,ili-i|  M'n il' *,ii! -in 'I li.' i'<itii|i,ini, Limit 'll. I- ive  Miln i ��������� ' > *'i'l no N'o is.'II!, iiin-tiil, -I '���������> (In\ -  ':< ie I .. ���������! i ��������� I-* i.-.i' I i ,i;ij/ ,' lo Ilie --I.ii.iik  I:. i 1.1 '., i ��������� ��������������������������� 'i ', ii. ,m u.i|i'i.' ' iin n'-'. I*)i  'h ;. I, ������������������ ��������� ������, 'i'.* i it.n^ a ( tu-Mi ;r .ml oi I he I  ,ii|.,i (��������� ��������� I   .lu '  Vit'l   1-,'ti.  -   -'i..    nil,'*    lb.u   ..('in!)   niifb r  ��������� i i i.i.;i .'*   -n I  I', tn    i i i em i i   .i   I., j.ii i    I In    i-   ]  -I I,(Ml    ���������      ll'    -II"    'l    I   I    "��������� 'll      (I'     ','      ,l|l '.|ll'   (    "|l    |||   .,  11 il* il . m- 1 llli i! 11 n: -i |,'< m ������ :-, IsV,  .'." - N   1'. -NOW oi:-;.'  Pi'v'te Iiii I'liliei;.        I  Wholesale anil Retail!'  . .' BUT CHER". . ��������� j   i   i  teyelstoka Station, B.C.  '   R. TAPPING,  -:���������()   Contractor and Builder  _ -()   rs PiM':p.\!!i-:nTOK<sn.\i.\Ti<:oiiiiiiii(iin-ts,  1     I'l.uis.uiil s])o������-illeiitons lurnishe.l on  .t|i-  |i!i(.W!(iu.    De.ilei- in.S.ish ,mtl Doors.  S jats for Sale nnd yia.An to Ordor.  ,    H. A.   I3ROVVN.,PROiiuiKTOn.    ' *     '���������  " Revelstoke Station, B:G.  '< O   (I   il   il   t>   (>   I)   <>   tt  O   ()   O   1)   ()    tt    (t   (I  (i   (1  <)   (l'()   O   O   ()''"    ,' "    -  Strietly Pipst-Class," and ;CoriV6Riently Situated  Between Railroad Slation M  '  i * \  Steamboat landing..      ,  Best Table in the Interior.   Commercial, Sample  Rooms.     Fire-proof Safe.   Free, Bus.  TERMS:    S2 arid S1.50 pei\day.        ���������- ..,..-,,.,;',���������  C  L MacLeao9  . 'Bufiber,  Hrcbftect,  JDrauobtsman,  ���������i-ii':v[-:.L.sTC)Ki':. n.c.--  LANS   and  Specifications  in  Any .Style   KxccuLcd  I'ronifiinctss    and  Stockholm  "       ,       * .). ^U'.KIITNTONK, Pimi'iiiivi'oi.'. ,     ,  The Dining Room is furnished with the best the   Market - afforfls,  THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH THE CHOICEST  . WINES,! LIQUORS AND CIGARS. \  ��������� ���������II li  I I HH���������I  WHOLESALE' DEALER IN  WINES, LIQUORS  AND  CIGARS.  \  i.-n; li r [-��������� HKi'l.n'i  i-.ivc  t ,..* '*��������� Il i . ro ,,| ' i ���������  \i < nil. . in* lb* I', , , . ��������� ..i !!'  l-    t-    ll' v i      ��������� -���������' *n    I"    ..,i     \* '  r, >  T i  in : l'  md' ���������"} "n,-:-1  ���������jj-.-ii-flen. Tin-1.is*, pi^ u,-is- k11!>���������<  served ti|i villi tfic-n \ i i( ! (liji-s  liel'ine Ihe Afowlinn enleiel lln  llllilii,!.  .10  . i. )-,o!-. :\,.:. i w,  . i r i   t    '. - * ^  pie j  -i .!��������� i   - oi 1 - .41 '   -   f.'ii'An.'  .Ni'i 1. -t . . 111.1 im,* i  ' i,riii^,   I  ;,...( - ���������<���������   I lie   <i>-\ 11  ,,f    I'. . .  ������ t. Hi.   lll'l   tlw  -. I*.,    ���������      ll    1   . I  ���������   ' -(. ,,     .it    . .-, -' !,���������       ,,\ 0 ,,- (J,  i,;i  - .ui'l i -e. I It   -i.  - fo- :!  ' , iijij.'i of *��������� .i't " I .I ,'.*   -1.*' '  I    s,|,,|   f .'in      ,    .',)-,,  t.l   _-,   ||l   -,  '-',,. I   *,f -  'III  ,11 '   - ...'  j    ll-   .'III,I   ill   lilt-    .11   '   ' tl'    rll-l  I ,11 : 1* - n'l , ,01,us   -'*   ,,   r  ,111 1 sir'!' :. -��������� in - '' 1 . *' 1.  i- i;.p' , 1  I ,;i-i,iIi.i  I --I'llii , ,1  11. O- ||.|i   III  in.    I  (���������ire.  Specialty.  C  olomal  Style  in  pi-l  lie   Ci.l-  '.h'  I  fii:-ii -h * Ii  u,vv *  .111*1  I I  -.   ut  t -t,i oil-!,,ij ^  a .I* 1- for ruin,ii.;.  ��������� ll.'l      !  .. 1    J. il''  '  I -*'   k'-      ,111*1     I ill      II)  *i --i i< 1   .ui'l  iiilie  1.el. .    ol  I  ti  in i< -'  I   '   ������   isf-,1 ' II.if    'II   ,',('  !,(   *  ,ie , 1 -111 1     11,.'.  ''. 111 ,lll(!   .. if 1,11, lln-  t.  i li.' 1.1 i';, for tin  '   i* lo    >���������    .l,i\ lu % h  * I , 11 i 111,1.' - .- it ii  .ui i in . nt.iAn ;*'.!' -  '*.    ' ,r   * --ii   1 \   ni 1  1     i'i *-  -1 'I    ti, I oi  1   .   11* 1   -  nc! 1  ,1111   ,  1   .1   to. , 1, . ���������*   ,* ni. li  i'  . *,.  'i  1  Valuable Walnuts  1  'I In v ii. - to ii* ol.1.1 in .| '  ii kI -1 ( .. V 1, i.i.. < j- I; r*  Jr. -.- 1 / ' i" k I' * - I. i; '  'f i I ,    tit.      ' 17- o iiiif.     ��������� .   ''  In I lie ('ri 111 c;i is tlie niii-l ju niliu I i\ c  ������������������Jiliiul 1,1 ee in l,ln- world. ll *.*;ni*v- 111  Ilie l!,iiil;u V,.lley, ne,n- I!,i,',h-I,i\ ,-,  ,1 nd li.-is ,1 n ;innu.il vieltl ol' fr'uiii !0(K)(  lo 100,00-1 wnliiuls. Il'is i-.'|inii.i| |i* I e  ov er 11 I l|ii||s;ui(l veils i,M, .iikI is (lie  |ii-o|ici-t y ol' li i- Toil,11 I'.iiniii- , uiiu  s'ui i-i- il s |it-iiilii( e 1 (jimII y. 'tin In^i^isl  Within! incl.niil in iv,j.',l,-iii(I' is in ,-i  lin-ife v'iliii^e.oii I,In- 'oul.sk ii l-s nl" I'.i-d-,  I'm-tl.     I'l.   vv.-i.s ' jii.ini.etl    vvil.ii   A*.;."i    ilci-.i  1 Mi,  te inmi lln   ���������/!!  '1 I* hr.i -'   [new r  io   't -I- 1   i,'i  '.1,1   lie    "1  '   i'li/ll!  li,Ui'l  i*. '     Iii' \* ' ry  I    '*' uul  I'. JIM  U*. fiU   \  ,  I    \i:   All/,\t-ir  w \\  ni.'tiu' -,,  'I    i X IvV'Ns  ii,!  ,ii(ui lie. (Istiikc, i'..( .-< nt   itii.M'n;  Application for Liquor License.  [  IIK'.'KI'.V i.'IV I-'. Vn'l It K I'ni   iliii'i^   ,|���������w,  J t'lMIII       I.'lis'     (llll.il      l-itlll'Mll      I.',    lljl|llV      1.11     till!  '.-tl,i|iiiii(l.ii.ry   'Alii'.-'i'il.i'.il.'.   tnr'ii  lii''-ns'i-' In sn||  lii|imi-   li.v   rcl-iiil   nl    111 v  Imlil   Icniiirn   11-1  ilie  Mi-|-,:-!,illil.i  ll.'.l'���������"I;    ' \V. ,1.  |���������\|'|  .Ill.nOllt'tt'il',  I.. .Si:|,f.   l.*.lli,'.IS!l!i,  CORRESPONDENCE     SOLICITED.  C   H. HEAPS &. CO.,  1������������������        ,i^i ('tnildv.i St ,,iiii| I'iiwcII SI.,  VAN'COUVIOIt,  IJ.C.  .Mini's mni   Mininj;  .M.K-liiiici-y.  I'iiiii|is,     Jli.iiniiiiil  I'nispi 1 tini; In ills.  >-".l-v     Mill    Mil' lillii'l>     ,111'     S.l������rt, I'JIKilM's,  I'.'iilii-,   V-'-U'i   \i In I'ls,  il.. *.'-.-il-:iiii  Th.) Cyanldu Process.  REFKACTOHY (.OLD ft SILVER ORES  Tro-i'.ttd and R*ipor'.od on  By The   M.K.Arlliur-Forrcst  lliln * '  f'v mill,ii inn 1  By Th,-   "V-.icArlliur-Yates  (AiimliMiii ihmi ,111 I t'jniiiil.il ii^ii.l  nil; I'M;nttiAi;.-"    -  The Casscl Gold Extracting Co.,  iLtmitctLl    .'������������������''  ��������� W.'', Poilew-llarvcy, F.C.S., Supt.,  Vancouver, B.C.  E'EYELSTOKE  S.C  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  AP.11AMAMS0N  I'.KOS., Pi.-oi'Iiiktoiis.  First-class Table   ���������   Good Beds   ���������   Fire-proof Safe  Telephone   ���������   'Bus Meets all Trains.   -/  REVELSTOK]!  DB.O.  THE   QUEEN'S   HOTEL  AI5KAHAM.S0N   JiHOS., Piioi-kiktohs.  ���������lh i .TA'.V.S-'il.Viii.r iii'iill i.l-s Iii-iuic.Ik'-...  '(-���������Mill!  Everything new and First=class in all Respects.  The Hous3. is stocked wilh the Finest Wines and Cigars in the Market  ^ROTJT   LAKE   CITY,   B.C-  ra������wii5fi^PiraiKP������Mi  mr*R-i.r!"*VI*'*������} ���������J's3~f~~a~~~TO-l~~~~~W^Jirai-U.^^"? >  &* liri^iW. "iiia-'rr.,il-mrfs\������'iC*E^-h":K7<!*^^sr.������c ^~j.-^'-C; 1! WHrk."?"*: r.f.*>-JP!.lnr'JFJi f*a. -36* m". ������6^ wicK...K������.-T.t v XrVrf ������Jv-������ ri  ���������a - t������fci������������������".������ I?  T^e   Gold   ^icf.  One nioininji-, e;n ly in'June, I was  ,"*ent for Iiy my employer, the lie.-ul of ;i  di'li'ftivi- agency, ;in������l found ,-i visitor  witli iiim. , The hitter lose when I  entered, and the chief formally introduced ns-.  * ���������' Mr. Viiu-ent," he said, addressuifir  the Keiitlein.ui, " this is Mi: lini-Ianil,  "h" detective whom I have heen speaking to you ahoiit."  ''Thai is my card, sir,*; he said, h.-ind-  ,ing ine I he'1 piece of pa.stelxi.-ird as he  spoke.  ,1 looked at the card; it. hore the  name: "Mr. Horace Vincent," and in  the corner the name of Mr. Vincent'-,  firm, '* Levitt A: Vincent, Assayer;, to  tlie Bank of Great, Hi-il.-iin." ���������  , "We are in <*-|e,-it, Iroulile," .-!ii<] "Mr.  Vincent, after a .short pause; "we have  reason to helieve l,h.-,l one of our assist-  .-ints is robbing us daily of the k<i1<1  dust which pat-se.-j Uirou-<h his   hands."  "Indeed," I returned; "'I hen why not  ,Iiave the gentleman ai rested nl  once--'",  "We cannot do  so   liecause   there   is  not one jot of proof to justify  Mich  an  iirre.st.    Kvery 111,111 is scan lied nightly  on leaving the'ineinises, ;ind ihi.s   man  W'llom we suspect'  has   undergone   the  same   treatment..   Not a   tenth   of  an  ounce of the dust   has   heen' found   on  It it* pel son on any occasion."  "Then whv suspec.  hiin?", I  asked,  * <  somewhat. inip;tti*'iitly.  "There is no one cNi* to suspect. At  'our est.-ililishiueiit we have sonic 20  assaying rooms-, and ,each room' has  made up its accounts perfectly with  t.he exception of the. room in which  young Jicnshavv" is employed. "Mouth  a.    coiisiiler.-ilile ��������� tlelicit  escapes the senit-lieis-���������alisolutely nothing."  "I am not so sure of that,"' I   lel.nin-  1 t  ed, slowly; ".searchers are onlv human,  after all, and pos-ihly :{ nnisl simple  trick has tleceivetl tlieiri. I.s there any  llie.-ltis , hy which Rcnsliavv could he  watelietl from a room a hove?" '  "(Jiii-iou-ly enough." replied .Mr. Vincent, "there happens tn he a *.kylighl  in room ].">. Pei h-ip-A you noticed ,il"  when you were there?, Thiougli that  skyiiglil. you would' have .iiiij'.le i.p-  portunily of seeing lnnv he. employs  hiniself."'' ��������� ,       '  "Very well," T -said, "it is 110 use  my watching him now. Jn a* week's  lime- 1 will return. .Meantime, you  vvill, of course, keep yout own counsel,  antl let 110 inklings as to my visit, leak  out in,the place."  A week later, I took upiny position  ahove the,.skvlight, and watched the  young assayer closely. '  1 muist confess that he didr nothing  whatever of a suspicions nat.iie. Lie  pursued his work t aluily.and methodically, showing himself lo Ik: a very industrious workman. '"  He had a li'ihil, o,- in ninci-ism1'which  seemed to me rather sh-auge in so  young a man, for every now and again  he would pause in his  work,   and 'pass  hit   I". ���������    1 - ���������: ( ,,.   .-.  *-. .1   .'in  1 ' -��������� ������������������.!-.-111..  J his hantis Iret|Uent ly I iii-iu(gii'iii>   A.An:  j The dye had heen    used    to    njakA his j  , hail of similar color to   the   -joltl   tltis(.,  1 .ind v\ hi 11 he pni his hands lo his head, '.  he tpiii-tly left a   pinch  of dust  in   hi������ j  hair.    Il was ,1 very ch-ver device,   lm( |  it was played out now.  Not for Sale.  A lady who vvas looking ahout in, a  hric-a-hrac shoji, wilh a view (,0 pur-  ( h.ising soii)..( hiug old,' noticed a.  quaint ligtue, the head and slioultleis  of which ap|)e,ired ahove   the   <-uiinLe,i'v.  "What,  is   that' J.11iiine.se   idol   over  1 13  there worth?" r.he inquireil.  The .salesman replied, in a subdued  tone: " Woi th ahout, half a,million,  madame; it's the proprietor."  ASSAYS,  T?s'T'D"^">T   *  '-~      '  BEEWERY  Kamloops,. B.C.  Export Lager "Beer in bottles and kegs.  All orders promptly filled.  13. Wi-:nKi-"Kir/A. ,.    Proprietor  f}?^   OBES . ���������'. .  copper   WANTS  Write for pr'jc-s.   tliv'u assays, elc.  STATE ORE SAMPLING CO  DENVER,   COLO.  J. A: MacFarlane, F.C.S.,  11  Assayer and Mining Engineer,  62*5   HASTINCS ST.,  VANCOUVER,  B.C.  -���������%.  baa Lmb*?  OjR,  PR  >B  ^I-ES  OR  WILL  PROM OT It A COMPANY  TO    BUY"    OR    WORK   THEM.  alter   month'  ,   occurs there.  "If it is your wish thai I should tak'o  ���������     the case in hand, 1 will come and  have  "   a look at. your place and employes without delay."  And I, having made a few necessary  preparations, set'in.I, vvilli the assayer  for the scene of I he Irotihle. *  As we walked alou*r, 1 said :--  "^ ,<?  "How  much   of   tin;   dust,  lias   heen  ini.ssed altogether?'' ,  "Close on lot" iiuuce.s.    Vim  see,   the  ,  i--ihheries   have    heen    extending  over  some time now, and we, at etlet'-ruiined  to  either   Mud   the   thief  or  discharge  -���������very man in our employ."       " ���������   .  " I hope that theie will he no needful- such an ext reine .nii'.-isiui'," [ remarked; " doulil less,, we. shall he aUc  to hring home the ci ime to I he culprit."  Xti iiini-f wii.s siitl   until   we   leached  ,1     1  t lie-assayiiig-rooins. .Mr. \ incent opened the door, '-tntl, hidding me follow  him, pa-s.sed rapidly into the roiun, No.  IS, where the rohheiie-s had heen committed. ,  A young fellow was 1 lending  over  a  pair of hair scales as we entered.  "That is  Renshaw,"   whispeied   .Mr.  Vincent:  "qiiite  a   young.-ter,   as   you  1   see." ,  'Kenshaw,   hecoiiiiug  ,-iware  of    my  jn-t'sence, looketl up.    1 am   something  of a leader of physiognomy, and   re.-ul-  ing that face, I disti listed, it at. once.  'Mr. Vincent vv;is the lirst to .speak.  ������ "Uenshiiw." he-s,-iid, in a   low   voice.  "I am indeed grieved that 1 should  have to speak to yon as ' iim going to  speak, hut there i.s noalteriiative. This  gentleman is a private detect ive. He  lias come to inquire into the mysterious  disappearance, of the gold dust, from  this room." ^  "WeiI."said Heiishaw, sulkily, "what  ,lia.s that to do with me, -sir?"  "I only hope for your sake and   your  dead father's sake  that   it.  has  indeed  ,     nothing to do with you." relumed   Air.  Vincent.    " Ren.shnvv, it i.s not. too late  ,    lo confess.    I will net he. haul on   you,  nor will .Mr. Lcggitt."  He returned, moodily; "I have never  taken anything out uf this room that  was not my ovviiiproperty."  "If y'ou aie speaking the truth," said  Mr. Vincent, "how do you explain that  1 t here, is such a 'reinarkahle deficit, at  the end of each mouth in the accounts  connected with Room 15? "S'ohody h<-  Mtle yourself is allowed in here."  " I cannot help you, sir," he said,  quietly. "I am very sorry, of course,  for what,has uccui-i ed."  Jie paused, and then broke out, alums! passionately :���������  "Haven't, you searched ine night  sifter night, as if I were a tloek-  laliorer? Surely, if I, had stolen anything, it would have heen found on me  Mien.    What more do you want?"  "We want to find the culprit, my  hoy, that's all. There is some great  puzzle here���������some strange, mystery.  Mack as night, U"ushaw, if you will  taken last chance, I offer it to you  now. Lose I his opport unity, antl (lieu  the law shall go to work, antl if il, can  c niv id. you, shall have no mercy on  you.     What i.s your answer?"  '���������Jlv answer i.s as liefine," he said,  slowly. ',*! know 110I hing whatever of  t In-alf lie.    Ifi did I would any so."  We left, him alone, and I went to Mr.  Vincent's  private   room,      where      ive  spent   half   an   hour   in  suit.-I lion.  "Mv opinion, '   f  said.  Hint I he youth is  guilty.  has discovered M.mc mel hod  his   spoils   from    (he   seareln  after night."  "lint  what, met hod could he  possibly  use.-'"   listed    Air,    Viuceiil,    ''nothing  earnest    c-on-  "is certainly  ami that he  if hiding  r.s   night  inshy, nuhurii hair, as though trying  to collect his thoughts. It reminded  me very foreihly of a iiianncri.-Mii of  Henry Irving, antl I tliought that tten-  shaw had ctuisciouslv or unc011s-.1011.siy  1- y -<���������  adopted  the  mannerism ,'nf   the" gri-at  acl or.  Throughout the d.iv I stood-in my  uncomfortable' position; eliciting nothing. At five o'clock tile e.sl.iolisti-  inent closed, and I enne down from  my pei-cli; a iid went straight lo AI;-.'  Vincent's room. '  r "Air. Vincent," I , said,' "my si arch  litis been useless'so far. 'I am. now  going round to **Ren.sh,-i w's place ��������� of  residence, and 1 want you to give'' me  his aildi ess and , invent some pretext'  for keeping hi 11 here for, say, half an  hour, while J pursue my 'investigations." , -''".*  , '" Very well," he replied, promptly,  telling a messenger I'o detain , Reiishau-  and not let. him go until he had seen  him.               A  , ��������� ���������  .j niiping into'.i h inst) n, I <lro.-c a-  fa-t,-is the cab would take me to 22,"  Acacia Villas. Brixto 1, where ll >n-  shaw lodged. Ami having MiiT'.t'ie illy  overawed the landlady by the inagic  name of "detective,"-'I was'ushered up  into R'-iish.-i'w's room and left .-iirme. I  had.'of course, cautioned lhe wo.n.ni,  against, giving him Ihe .slightest hint  when In- t-.iuie in i'l' my vi.sit.  Then I examined the" room closely.  In one of the ilrawcis I found a collection of tradesinen'.s bills, which  proved clearly, that my "bird" hail been  going it for .s.uue time past. One of  the bills rather astonished me, for.it  was for a. hoi (la of aniline hair-dy.-.  "What un earth should he want lo  dye Ins hair foi?" I pondered���������.ind then  it flashed ��������� upon me like ligntui.ig  that Reti.sii.i w's. aiibiii-.i' hair h.t.l  never seemed to me to he tjuiL'_'  genuine. But why should he desire to  change its coloi? '  As I stood thinking, I heard his step  on the stairs. In a moment I hail  darted,behind a screen, and waited for  his entry. '   "  lie c.Liuc in hurriedly and sat down  on the he'd. Then he looketl in his  water can antl found it empty.  He went to the door antl called out:  "Airs. Martin. I wish you would send  up soni" water at-once. You know J  al ways like lo have a wash directly 1  get hack.",  "Ktiniiy thing, this desire for cleanliness." 1 tliought. "I saw him-wash  his hands at, five o'clock to-night he-  fore leaving the nssnying-i 00111.  Up caine t.he servant in a moment,-  carrying wil li her a huge can. Ren-  shaw (hanked her, (hen he locked the  door, and made preparations for vvash-  i ig.  lie fill fd the basin, and then  put,   hi  head lliidi'l- water for al out   10 .sec.mils,  slowly  liosing   it at  lhe  cud  of  that  time..'  He repeal eil the process again and  again, lo my inlen-e aiiinzeiueut and  astoni.shinciil.  Hut, feeling that if lhe seciet was  ever.to be discovered, it, must be discovered now, I .seized th" opportunity,  when Renshaw's head was turned  tmvaids the window, of .stealing out  from my liidiugplace behind the .screen  and examining lhe haisiii and its (-(intents.  Ootid   heavens!      In   an   instant  the  truth flashed on me; Hit; water was full  of gold this)    washed    from   his   head  Our .suspicions had   been   coi rert,   and  Kenshaw- was indeed ihe thief.  In a moment I h.ul him lien 1/ in my  grip.  "I arrest, you, .Mark R**nsiia������-,'' I  cried, "on a charge of t heft. I've had  a nice hunt to run you down, hut I  reckon i'v e done the 11 iek at las|." He  turned as white as ileal h.  "The game's up,'* he said, hoarsely,  but il was a good game while il last, d.  You can lake ine now w.ieiiewr you  like."  I i-iinld not help'admiring his self-  possession.     1 saw   ine   reason   J'i>r   lhe  AH assays and analytic.--.! work done, in  duplicate,   witli  Scrupulous personal care and disoatch.  "   '- '"-.U-l-iin  THE DIPLOCX BOOK ,    ~  1     MD STATIONERY 00., LTD.  Wholesale   Paper   Dealers   and  "���������'        . . Stationers . .  TIIK  BEST AND CHEAFESTROUTE  TO   AM!   KliOM  All Eastern Points.  I.Tln-otigli Kirst Class Slci-piii}; Cars mid Tuin-ist  .Slccpni'; Ctn-.s Id Si. I'iiul. Aliui1iv.il,mil Toronto  without cli.ni-,".-.   ,  ' Will undertake to handle Hnnds of" Hlectric, Steam <-r  Horsc Car Railways, or Municipal Jjonds, aWd Jkiikl Water  Works.     Address fuj] particulars  Manhattan Investors and Securities Company, Ltd.,  17 and   1,9   Broadway,  New "York  Citv.  REVELSTOKE TIME TABLE.  -.il-1'Jin  VANCOUVER,   B.  f^EO. D. SCOTT,      .  v~~~  ��������� _Ip.sup.ince and Mining, Brokap.  ' 1!.C. '"Mini i-������<sr I. *|.Inn' 5c b.inc.i-liiiT, Life  Assiniincu Cn. .M.inagur Vnncoitvcr ^litiini,'  lliu-c.iii. otoclc in ...U H-.-liable Comnani-js  for sale.    i ^-,'ii-u  305 Cordova St.,    Vancouver, B.C.  no no:  iu  "VTOTICI-: TS IIKIIKIIY 'CJIVKN- tlmt sixty  t_> ((Hi) tlnj-s-uftut-date we intend tu .ippl.v Lo  L io IIiiiini-.ililc the Cluei' Co'iiuuss'iinui'iit I.nnils  iintl Wiii-k.s un- iiciiiiissinn to iitifcliiisccijjlily  (���������ji*) itcics ul land described as- follows, coin-  iii'.-iiciii-; al ti iinsl skinned iiliont tt-n miles  iiini-e in- loss- up ICnos-kii-ii.ix t reek and on t'.ieleft  li.uik of so id creek nuuniiir c-.i-*t lollovviiif-' nu-  tiniloi-iiigs of Liie creek lo.-L.v (111) cliuins, tlienee  siniili tiiuiily VM) ul.anis, llience west forty (ID)  cliuins, tlienee north I wenty iin) ehnins io coni-  niuiiutiiii nt post., iin.l cuiLaiiiiiii; ciylity ( (I)  tici-i..s of land nioru or less.    '   - "  \Y. HUSTON.  h. K. .McDOUG.VLD-  Nukiwp, n.c, .rniv 2 tii, ism;.   , 17-01  ,N0HC3  -\T0TicKISirKI5EifY CM'KN" tliiit.dl days-  ' 1\ ii'lui'diilu 1.*- nut iin? in iif^cnt, for K. A.  Bonnett, intend (o npply to Llic Ilmi. Chid  Commissioner of Lands .uitl AVut-ks for purmis-  .situi 10 iiin-cli.-t.se KWnci-es of Inn 1 djsct-ilm.l .is  follows: " ,  (Joiiiini'iioiiif*; .tl, ti po-*t ��������� ninrked 10. A. H. tul  joiiiiii;.' Ilie noi-tli-ciisl. cornel- of tlio linnl ti;-  plied for by v'ii.is. ilolsiiii. .iclint; n-t n^enllor  1.'. A. Hui-nc-l'.tyiic, situate .ilioiit h.-ilf a mile  , from the cist shore of Galena H.iy, IJpiiiir  .\riow l-iike. West Koiitcn.i.v District.' '".(.A.  thence cast ll) chniiih. I.iiciico souih ll) clmitis.  tlienee Mfst In chains, tlienee noi-lh 111 clinin-- to  tlie point of commencement.. *'  Dated !)t!i .Sept. 1 !)ti.    .X. J>. S.VOWDKX.  AkomI for  2l'Jt     ��������� IS. A. 1IBNXKTT.    '  NOTICE.  "I CIIARLICS HUI.LAItD, intend nftei- sixty  1, days io .i])ply to tiie Commissioner ot  Lands and Works rot- pci-nii.ssiuM to purchase  the tollowiti',' dcsci-iiied land: Sl.u-tiiij; from J.  A. Mavee's stnitli-,\-yst coi net-post thOnce onc-  li.ilt mile norili, Ihence one-hall mile west,  ll.ence one-halt utile south, one-halt mile cast  to place of commencement, this land beintc  s-ilnated in the Liu-deiui District, West,  Kootenai-. CIIAl'LK.S BULLA 1(1),  * Dated Uu-de.iu, H.C.. Ati^. Id, laillj. 17-!lt  Application for Liquor Licenss.  VT0T1CK TS HK!il"[)V (JI YES tlnit. ,'t) .lays  i> _ after date I will apply tn the Stipendiary  Magistrate for West ICoot entiy for a license to  sell ales, nines'.mil beer, for ruble Use only, nt  in} Uestatirant situated at liovcl-loke -Station.  H.C. .1. X. T. .MAIITIX.  i;cvelstok(..SI.-it;iiti,,ll.C., Sept. li), 1MI(!.       -"-It  Frivato Bill Notice.  VJOTICKIS in-:i"l-~I"Y (ilYICN' thai npplica-  JN linn vvill lie niiide to the Legislative Assembly of the I'roviuuc ot Itrii.ish Cnluuilii.i, nl  il* ne\L ses-ion. tor an- Act lo incorporate n  Company for lliepiu-]ioseol constt-iiutin^, inaiii-  laiiiint;, c(jiii|ipiii^ and opor.tt.itii; telephone  lines ivillnn the toivn.site- of Kevelstoke.  lllei'illcivnct, Ti-oiii Luke City, Hi-,' Dentl anil  all d.stricis and place* hcivvcen said towiisiles,  and for all po.iet-s anil antlinril ies- whicli may  be in i-t-ssary and cuiiiliicive for'llie nlmve oh-  ���������i.-(-Ls. W. COWAN. Applidint.  Dnttd llevelstoke, H.C. Jfept. .ill). IWHi.    -ill-lit  1 *���������    ( .Mlnntic Kviiivss .iriivfs, !l:I.*)(inily.  ' I'.icilic " "       l(i:J."i   "  Aiiuiiw L.vici: Hit vNcir Ti-un.s    ,  1 i,  Arrive l.'i::i'l, Tiie-.da}.-*. 'I'liiii-.sil.o.s, S.iLin-ii.i.vs  Leave    l(i::*l,   Sundays,'  Titi'.sd.-iys,   Thin-sdays.  Ti-iiins on  Arrow Luke llt-ancli eoiuici-t  Arrowhead with C. .t Iv. Cos .Sti:.vvii:h X net si-  inalcin^'  CLOSE    CONNECTIONS  ������������������To and From   Rossland, Trail Creek; N>elson,  Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Hav,  Nakusp,   New   Denver,  ���������   ' Three Forks, Sandon  , -i-iind--  ALL POINTS 'IM SOUTH, KOOTEHAY  Assi-ts     ,   Incomi-: '. . . . A. '.. .  In.sl5k.\n<;k   in' Fokci-: ......  New Husin'i-:ss Witiilv 1895  $ 5d>oy,2jo  1,528,054  34.754.^10-  8,iS66'688  J.  Ii). CRANH  RI an aire r for B.C.  For full in'orin.-ilion ,-is to rale  npply to  ''I.  etc.  T.   JJicwsttr,  Agent, lit-yclstoke.  (JKO. McL. UIIOWX,  District I'.i'-'-i'ii'^er Agcnl. Vmieoiiver. 1!.C.  STEAMER 1ABDEAU  Meets All Trains at  --ARROWHEAD���������������������������  Goini; Direct To  Lardeau and      "    ���������    , "  -  ��������� Thomsons Landing   FOR  ,     "  Fish Greek and  Trout*. Lake.  , Kor fiii-flior infoi-inatioii  as to  freight rates,  etc., apply lo '   ���������  MENHINICK BS.Oa'��������� Lardcaa City  L  Columbia & Kootenay  Steam Navigation Co,JF|  PASSENGERS FOR  Hall's Land in";,  Hot Spring's,  c Nakusp, Three Forks  Nelson, and Slocan Points,  Kootenay Lake Points,    .  Trail  Creek,   Rossland,  . ' '~    Northport and Spokane  --.SHOULD TAICIO TIUC���������  STEAMER  NAKUSP  Leave.-! AVrovvliead  for Xaknsp   anil   Itobson,  "Mondays, Weilni-iiliiysanil h'riilaysal 7 p.m.  Loaves  Itobson  for Niihii.sp,  Arrowhead   nnd  C'auadi.in I'.iuille I.tu'l way points  (i-.lsI  tinil  west) on  Tuesdays-,  Thiu-sd.iys ami Saturdays at S::iu p.iii.  ('oiinocl.ion is m.idi: ut  l'obson   with  C. .t IC.  It'y for Nelson and all points on ICoolLiiay  lake  and   vvilli   sieiuner   "Lylton"  lor   Trtu'l   and  Xortlipoi-t.  Agent for Revelstoke , and District  .LIJUTKD.)  Capital, $1,500,000.     ' '   ,.        Head Offices, Toronto, OnL  Manufacturers of Electric Mining Apparatus,  Locoinod'yps, Oonl Cutters, Kot-i-n-octiti'iiA Drills, J-Iot.-Li-y JJrills.'JV-dufition and  Lighting Ap-jnr.-itiis.    ,    '    ' ''  MOTORS   Eiihcr of Direct CunonL or Tlirou Pl,,-;se Types, Suitable  IV!U  '   v-TAO j'or iiny in.-ikt'. of Fun, Pump, Hoi-sl, or Cnislier.'  Electrical 'J'l.-in.sinis-so'ii of Power, by our Tln;������ii Phase Sv.s'oiii, successfully  'operated up to oO miles.. ' '        "        ,       ' '  ' rB..C. BRANCH OFFICES -      '  Granville Street���������VANCQUVER ��������� Kootenay District~-NELSON  I'-n 1 -Gin  "WRITE    TXS-  FERGUSSON COR  MINING   AGENTS,  35 GREAT ST. HELEHS,  LONDON, ENGLAND,  Rh:  PRFPARED to Sell.  Float or arrano-e  Capital for;Good Gold  Mines.    Send two  reports, plan,   'etc. ���������     Responsible   Ayents  Wanted.   ,  l-'or local tiiin1 (-.-iid of lhe ('ninpiiny's slcain-  ers on Kni'tciiiiy Lake apply In tin*'purser on  board. -       *  l'"oi-full infoniiatiiin us to tickets, rates, etc.,  npply to T. Allan,   Secretary. Nelson,   lie.  Notice Of Sale For Doftuli in Pay-  niont of Assessment.  To Sylvester Howe,  l.-ue of Jlevel-tlokc in the  IVnvince  of  Hrilisli   Coliiuiljiii.   but iiliose  pi-i-s'jnt iidili-c"*s is tinkiiowu, free inini'f,ilml  To   Ki-.ink   Anderson,   forinerl}'  of   1,'evelstoke  bill now believed to b;  in   tlie City  of Tn-  coin.t. (t-cc minor, and  Tn tlie matter or the Colli Vaiu I'lacei- Claim.  ���������jIAiv!-: NOTIi'K lli.n (Jus Lund of Kevclstokc  i     afnrc-said, fn e iniiK!!*, claims th.it there is  dm; by you Sylvesler   Howe,   in   respect of unpaid assessment levied on  you in respect of I he  -aid Cold   Vain  claim   the  sum   of  Sl,(ij:i.!lli,  a  statement of  whicli  ha-;  bccn-i-endeied to you,  antl payment of whicli is mid lias beeji ilcniaui!-  ed of you.  And the slid Cus Lund claims from yon. lhe  -s-ild Krank Anilcison. in respect ol unpiu'd us-  sesstiietit in r.-sp'jet nf llic .s.iid Cold Vain claim  lhe sum of SI-.'.'.s?. ii stalcinunl of ivhicli lias  bet'ii rcii'lercil lo j on and jitiyuii'iil of vvhii-h is  and hits liecu demanded from you.  Xow, ihet-e'ore. nut ico is lii'-reh}- i?iveti Hint  unless tlie-aid respective sums itn- pa id and  sal isied on nt-hi'lorc I lie linh day ol Oi-tolii-r,  1 !Ki. the respc-i liv e interests in Ihe s.iid i-I.iiiii  of you (lie said Sylvesler Howe ami i-'isoik  Anders n wiil he sold by public utirlioii.it llic.  ollicj of the Mining KcconU-f at l.evclsioke, in ,  j the Hisiriet of Kooteii.-iy, in the I'rov ince of  I'rilisii Coliimlii.-i. on Wcdncs hiv the  foiirlien-  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.  ROYAL MAIL LINES.  CHEAPEST route to thc OLD COUNTRY.  ALLAN   LINK.  I'vitlsiAS.  from Mont i-i ill   An*.'. I  MllMllll.l.lN, " " .   A nu. la  IIOMINION'   LINK.  V,vNfni-vi,it, fi-oni Montreal  \ui;. S  Scotsman.       " "  \u-;. l.'i  IIKAVIC:   1,1 XK.  d'A-iitu Muni rciil)  Laki: OxT.Mim \nu'. Ill  L.vici: Si-i'Hiuoit Sept. !l  Cabin ."M'lnnd iipw-iirds.    Iiiternu-ili.-i.!.!' j.'iil.  SI eci,-<';i'al, loi-.'i-si, rales.  I'lLssi-nuei-s lickeled (lu-ouuli lo iill purls of  Creal Jirilain and li-eliind. anil at spccinlly lovi  rates- io all inu't.s of (In- 1-Ali'upi nu i-i ml incut.  Apply (oncai-e-*! slciinshipnrniil way ii(,'cnl,to  I. T. BUEWiTER, A*jcnt, Revelstoke,  Or   to   Wn.i.uvi    SrriT,    ({ciiunil     A-jci :.  Winnipeg.  Cut   This   Out.  ^_   SDPTTJOI^k.3LT-^-_  Ikootena? flBail - - - IRevelstokc, 3B,C.  Ill dn} of O. tolicr. lrtHi. at noun, pursiianl lo  and acc.ir.lim,-to (he I'lnecr Mining Act. IWH.  and aiiKMidiui-iils tltci-cln, to i-alXly tin- said  sum- of money , mil the costs ini-tn i-i-d or lobe  in.iirreil in n-spei-t of the -aid sale.  And appliciilii.ii vvill be made fur p^viuciit of  .uiyd'-lKicin-i vvhii li may ni-wr slmulil llicpro-  (Cids lif siteh sale he iiisiillioi.-iit l'i svilivfj the  s.iid inourt\ s.  Hated I lils-.-,(], dav of September. l'-'Ki        '-'l-.-||  A. .'.': M. SI'ltACOK.  | 'if Don ild, in the l>.strut of   idiot   n.-iv. Utill������h '  Culumlii.i, S.iliulor for the .s.iid   CL'-i LLXJ>.  main- i.:ni; Tit VINS.  Kant Hound (Xo. 'J) arrives daily  *l:l.'iii.ni  West    "      (Xo. 1)      " '���������     4:������������������'.-. p.in  AltltllVV  I.VKK  nitA.STII  'I'll.VIN.s.  Arrive Tuesdays. Thursdays-. S,i!iu-iln.yn.3:!'(l p.m  Ilepart Sundays, Tii'-siluy.s".,rinnsi.la}-s..l:.''0 p.m  .11A ILS.  m:vn.*-iT(iKi* r-.o.  Close for i lie west       T.-'Mi p.m  i-asl         S'l! ii.in  ������'iut1i, Kim.. Tmv, Thin-.. 3*'lil p.iii  " llev. Sl^Wion... Sh.'lila.in.. "l.-.'tU p-'ii  Hue from the wet       I(l:iKi a.m  " *" rtu-l  .  .*i:l'i p.m  " **        sonlli. Tiio., Tlnit-s., Snl ...-i:l.'i p.m  " "        TCisv. SI ut ion...     Ida in., "i:l.i ]i.m  i Ilirm.slHKI-fs'l'ATION  P.O.  Close for the west  ,  Itll'l p.m  en si 'Mm ti. in  "������������������mill. T"i-., Thnrs. ���������"���������ul    !l:li')iiui  Tlevelsl'iki'      .   ..   !l a.m.. l-'i'l p.in  Due from lhe wi s( ilt.'iiin.in  " " e.-lsl . ,       I'I'ii.iii  " '* sonlli. Weil.. Kri., Mini     !l:.tu a.in  Ucvelsloki.. .    .'I..'!'la.in., Ll.'ijLiu  I  & i a $  INCORPORATlO  MAIN HOUSE: 200-212 First Ave. North. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.  uiiwcii I-:  HELENA, KIONT.        I      CHICAGO, ILL.  Cootce& llnttman Sts.   |  VICTORIA, B. C.     J WI-NIPEG, MA"  r,r> Wh-.-1 < ���������. !-?"-. KittK st J'AGK 4.  TH!'  KOOTENAY .MAIL  Mining Engineer and Metallurgist  ���������REVELSTOKE AND GOLDEN B.C.-,-  Assays' pn -Gold and Silver. \   /  ���������   . Analysis of Ail Metals ma'de at lowest rates;  Prompt   and   Con-eet". Results   ClUiiranU-ed.     l^eports ni-ult; ou pro]itir( ies,  etc.     Give ine a call.  ���������r~t-  ���������-&L-  WEQTEDM-M-IM IMP' PHMDAMV RE0!"A-  to! tnli v-OTlLLihu UurfiiftN i,      h.w.t.  Manufacturers of  S!  ���������giT r  llung.iri.in Ptitent,  Striiiijia llaker,  Stron-f IJ.ikor," and XXXX',  T-jj-in "nn j tsnn   "Ma'niif.ieliuml   from    "\l.initoli.i   No. 1   Ilnrd Wheat,. ���������  IHilln    DliAf'sUd   Color, .Stmin-tli mni L'lntoi-'inily of '.Jii.tli-y Coii.liiiie.l.  Thev <'iiiiriuiiee llieir "ootis I'tiu.il lo.-niv in.-inur'.iuluiec! in Can.id.i.  * "* ���������      ,1 t,   *-  '     "'^^M.'lvicDONALD, "      '  A*.eiit for li'.e Noitliwest Tei riti.iies ,-in.l I'.i itish Cojuinhi.i,        ,'  ���������Adiliess : P.O.  I'o.x. ���������''"'. C.ii^.iry, Alt.-i.  'sold at hkvui.stoki': bv nuTcnrsoN uitos.       '<���������  attack of mountain fever  , Mrs. F. ISIcCai'l.y and chililmi  went.  ' sou tli "MoncLy nu a holiday \i ip. ,  Noah Ahrahainson of the. Queen's,  Trout Lake, is in'town.  A speiiil constahle has been ou duty  ..    around the station since Tuesday.'  t   ���������"* ' > i  i       Hugh Brown   is   around   n-jain lmt,  us vet, is nut. c*njo\iiig ln.s usual health.  A.   P.   "Morrison,     tdnsorial   artist,  Trout  Lake, was   in   town'   this.week.  ,< Gov I.     Agent'   Graham     sent   two  ���������      special constables to An owhe.-i.il Thursday.   ' , ,  T. T. Brewster vvas seen in Toronto  last week, and is reported enjoying  himself.  , Fall stock hits been received at the  li--ve.lst.tike Pharmacy. See mlvt. on  page 2.       ,   .  ' E. Sydor is reported down with  mountain fever, which is ..somewhat  prevalent. ���������- ;  Gct'a Kninloopscigar-ni.tde at lionie  ���������    with union   labor  antl   enjoy ,,-' i^ood  smoke.. A. \        ' '  ,,   J. T. Wilkinson, or   '"^in-s"   as he  is more generally known, arrived fiom  the.south Sunday.  Home's boat s 'left yesterday on their  "trip   to    Uovvnie- Creek.     Thi-y   en fry'  large cargoes.  Pre.s-livterian cliureh : Service tomorrow evening,-it 7:o0 ; -Mr. Gedtles.  li. A., missionary.  AV. P. Jlarvc-y. the well-known assayer and metallurgist, pnssi-d through  ; ^iS^ddddr;iVa f All Sorts of Gposapies, Provisions and Faod Stuffs  has since been confined to his moiii.       ; ���������  S.un Hill ancl Pele    Aiena   cune up ���������                  .,                                     ~ ""  from   Galena   Bav   ibis   week, and T. ', __ 0  ,        ,-j          i '        "!    i"N ^x.   JL"L������ d  -Meliae ancl J. J)." Boyd tio.n    HU,iU.- j Btiy IOr   CaSll 9,110.   <jr8 O   til,������          '  '   "'services at  usual hou,;-, uioniiiig and _  .                          Full   Woftll   Of Y"OUr    MOllGy.  -l'\eiiiiiir. in the   .Methodist   (lunch   to,-!             '           ,                                               .                   '            -  morrow.     Hev. .1. A. Wmid. pastor.       : __ __ ;���������_���������___ ������������������������������������. _ . ������������������  If veil wiint. to enjov   the   yiunfurrs  of home buy ;i  I Oc. p.-icl-.-is-e of i-i'miine '  TONKASinol-ing Mixlure.      ' ' '  A good eig ir is tlie ideal of a snnikei s  " A thing* of beautv T a^' ,orc:vcr1 -IS,a 110u-e  ,    rk Ulifilg  yi    moduli.J,   when it is papered'wid"i artistic  -  wall paper.   'Fullest ancl freshest line in town at Gilker & Wells,  POST" OFFICE STORE  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  Qy PPAOT'.  ,30'  x JuilOxj  . THE ORPHAN- BOY' COLD MINING' ;COMPAHY,A"LI<fllTEDLv:.  To be Incorporated under the Laws of lhe Province of British Columbia.  Ji.   //.' VdldDIiKIND,  President, ' /:' If.  IdASK'hVS,  Vice-President andjManager,  F. CdVlIlTNJdY, Secretary-Treasurer;  *    d I. C. Bid LUNG Id R, Directory  CASH 'STOEB ���������  r*^    5  \ /���������"*"**. \ ������ ; ?*% '/^ & ?   fz   ***% f������\  R. riOVv buN & iJO.   Dealers in   :!d:;;d^:,Ald"v'  ':Furniture, -Doors, Sashes, Blinds  =- ���������-; -      and Coffins. , ���������    "  fOi'   LJQUOP   LlOenSG.       Agents for l\.y.������,.-   , .��������� ...nj  -.I.f.-v...*-.   M.st.n-"... i  ii.���������!-,  i.ir- I nsuran-e Society,   i . i I'nii in    Kiie   j ii-..t .i'i" *'    <_'* * ,    I't-'" .'i.'i.i!   tl'iil'i.uLr >'i.d   Loan .\sssi,ci,it ion,  -VTOTICI-: IS  HKlfKI.V   (.IVKS   tlii*.!   tUirty . lit-t', \s*   tin'  I'^v.,-  IS     tliivs fi-tini (tat.���������'! will tipi-lv  to lln-M.pen-*' '",^   '" '   ' ' ���������"     '  tlitiry Al v^i-li-.m- fi*i; W..-si l\...i|.-n i, tn.- .1  ltciisi: to sL-il l!i|nui-s u; niv lii.nl -llii.it.il .it  C.iili-n.i ll.iv, I *ip -i- Ainivv l..il-< \\ i-i 'Cinti n-  fiy.  H.C. I'.  AIII-'.NA.  "liCM'I-Ltlkl-. IJ.'L. "J. I'-O-I. -1   ll  , Plan of Organization������������������   ������. ' .       ���������   ���������  To buy, develop, equip and operate .The Orplian Hoy MineralClaini 'as situated  about (ive miles from (.-old sSiream up   IMcCulloch   Creek on the West l7ork, or com-.,  mpnly,known as Barrett Creek, and   about   65 'miles north-from Revelstoke,' H.C.,'iiir,,"'  the-country "known as  the   Hig*- Fiend  of the Cokin'ibia��������� River ; w ith -power to do all  things usually within lh,e scope of mining-companies.        ' n: *��������� ���������    ���������  ' ���������'    Capital Stock seven hundred thousand'(7,00.000) shares,   par  value of one, dollar        ,  ($1) each, fully paid and non-assessable.       . ,, ,''.''���������,,  ��������� Treasury Slock,   two  hundred  thousand (200,000)  shares,'to be sold to pay for  /  development purposes only.      ' '��������� n -       - * "  This Company will do   a thorough, strictly   legitimate mining   business, and will' -"'  ���������-  push develbpment'of the Orphan Hoy with all possible dispatch.     '.  ^ ,-  ���������'*'  " The Orphan Hoy .being a Free Milling and Cyanide property it docs away 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. ���������   ' ,  ;��������� t ,    '  A liinit'hd number of Treasury Shares will *bc disposed   of at   10 cents  per  share  "for first cash requirements, subject to advance without notice.        ���������       ' ---*-w-^^==^  SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR STOCK WILL BE RECEIVED BY ������ a  .. F.'C'WHITHBY 'or   J. W. HASKINS,    ,  , REVELSTOKE, E.G.    -    ', ���������['  'KF"Prospectus and Engineer's Report sent on application to Secretary-Treasurer or Manager  CBm������>������  ���������iiVanmc30'sr*-TtTF=^������)c_3e^^"rti^^  ������casi^istftjB������sy"]ti������c  NOTICE  ^"OTIt'I-:   l>  HKKKICi    1.IV1AV   H1..1   i'ii'-i-  *t. r i!,||i-  I  ;-,ii 1 ���������'��������� '.'���������    '-I'll ���������'*  'ii'  A   ( i!| ,i'^,i 111' 'U 1   )' 1'A: 'i-    '���������   '*!     I'I't ������������������ !'.f 1 '  ���������\-*OTIf'I-:  I:  '>        ll'lls    ,'.'.     .......  <'"iicf (���������iiiiiiiiis.:i>n...-.if 1,11*1 I- I'.'l   v. "i'l.-- I'.r 1  .sii..<;hil li.-i-ii..- |n * nl .unl * .u-iv ,i-...i.- 'null, i- ..si      . -. ,, ������.  lln-  Killnwiiis; il- ..'tiln'l   l.'i'.l--     <'..niii i.s'      bllll'T,   '    I'l'-'-.!'.    1-L"i'4'     ''A ������������������   ''  ut .1 |nis[ jil.iiii. ii .0   en- \.\. < ..111. 1 -i Ijiijlvin  Citv Liivvnsilc, I  1.11. i- Ann" I .it !-,���������-. 1 In ii* iOVu  s sliov/ing' a splendid range of Men's and Children's  'HUTCHISON BBOS. |-     " Boots and Shoes, and in a few days'will place'���������  . Produce Morchants . . Revelstoke! . ���������' in stock a full assortment" of Slater's  Perfect-fitting,- Well-finished Ladies' Footwear.  Wi)���������-.! -!��������� >n-,, kI'l'.i  ir, ret <i  Hetn.il  Dealers  JLj  cc-d   .i'i'i    \ '."^''t.1 -I'      ni    >!'   1 Wiil ���������.     .'..'  I��������� 1-!:st��������� - 111  r  10 i-'luiln-. thi'ii. c ..i-i II' .-Ii.i-m-. Un 1 11 nnMli  In i-li.iin.-. 1 liini'- - vv. -t in'lit 11- * itii.iiiui.,- I'M  ii,-,, . .1.   1-.   I! W M-> 1 ������-���������  I-iuliMU. I! C, f������i f. I. I-'���������". -'-il      ' !1      '   1<)!l!  _ -   ���������'��������� hcisosi.     Xuis. (A-m..!;. ,   i .������i,u-.... ri^.w".  ��������� ���������(., i-i..  -: BED-ROGX PRICES- 'COODS PH0f,1PfLY DELIVERED  rpHIItTYii.oi.vfl.-r.l.ili-I I11I11..I  :*. npp!.\ l*> 1      ^ J  ,,VU1 ' ,        ,  1    iiiriinii. ciiii-i' ('iiiiiiiii--i'iii*-i-i*!',i.,iiiiIs,iiki . Give us a sarrtDle order and you v/ill nover p;o oack on us.  Works, fur .1  ll  ������������������n-.c  In  * ill   .ui'l   c.iivv  .ivv.iv *-��������� ���������    ���������- V I  o   Jinili* I-   frulil    I'm'    I'mII'i.Mils'   ill's, i-ilnil   liiiill .     "-"t.irtiii-- nt   .1 pml   mi L'u-  N*,K. A nu nl  I'piici- .  Arrdw  Ijiki-,   ii|ip(nit(.  llic   K'finli-iiiiv   l.uiiilicr \  <'(iiii|i.inv's mill. Lliciii'i-"tit'tli IH <-|..uiis. Iln-iic; I  c-u-it. Ml i-li.'iiiis. Ilii-nci- iioi-t li   Jn i-linitis iniir.- (n- \  l(:-<s lo 1,-ikc. tlitni-'i   fulliivvinu -iliiirc  of luki- t*i I  MltirtliiK |.(iint. alirmL '.Vm iirrcs.    Also ������liu-| inu  linlf .1  milo .-.011th   uf   I-'aNi!1   liny,   N.K    Arm.  Ilicniii:  siililii   -i'l  cliniiw. tlicni; ���������   i-.nl l'i rli.iiii".  Ihi-nci- imrlli Hi elm in-, I In n i- w. st .0 .-liniiis,  :{.'il.u-ics. .1. A. MAOKK. |  IjimIijaii, H.'A. '"''���������lit- ITlli. I^lii. '-'l-ll ,  Tenders fop Slsigh Road.  ' CO-'AI.I'-I) TKSIlKI'S .ire In ri by I'.illril fur  >!5 tin-c.'iiislrii'-lidn nf n ili-i������li r-r.nl Ik-Imu'ii  l;iHCiiliriin, mi Cili-n.'i li.iy. an*l lln- Tnnil I.nl<i-  M-tn-^uii ruiid nl .'i finiiil near llic m-l "nil 'if  A ni Hi run K l-ikr. ' ,    . ,  Al������-  for  cli'lii-iti'/- '!���������'< nr.rt:*ti(   l.oi'l .il  l.'f.-������-n- I  ln:iiii. ' ,    ���������     ,,       i  :-!|i i-illfiitli.il-* i-mii lie  >-'-'-n  mi  iin-l .irli-r .~'-|i-  (i-tnli'-r   :'.-'tli   nl    Ill's   f.illi.-vltit?     p'.'ii-'"-.    vi/:,  lluiiic'-i stun-, 'I'luul    l-iiki-   Cily: ,C.i;iIi..iiii-'s ,^.,^-,,,-r-.-. -i^-i -..-.  i,,'^,'V'-T.T,I1..'1!:^n.n Real Estate Broker and General Com-  "���������^.���������'....n.r.,,,,   ������i!l  ...'  !"'   .r H of n���������, ' DI i SB i.oV] , AgOilt.  "Tii'-'i'ml.-tstiitist i���������-n.l(Ii(-<-.-.1uo.A P. Hni.vi. i F'.HE,  LIFL AND ACCIDENT  INSURANCE.  <1"!i   Arri.w'-Ki'I. nti'l   !"i   niisli-il  mi .!���������* Id ri-ii* li  i,*;r������-rV;tv '*'inJ'v"!;:*! m.'i .���������i!.,,i ������n.'i;'u R^rcentntlvc of tlie Kf.ofpnay Sindtin;: <V 'Iwiflm- Svn-lirMr.  .^.j.-iY l,,���������A,.���������, ''^vv^^!,^!v;i'^.������������������"H,:^,.^f:^:N���������T.,o,^^T|M,!:Tl.AK^;(���������:^'lv i.vas'H'oiit, K'.A.sj.o.vAAM.'s.i-i Steam.and .������*QW.er.  AAi.U.ii. Minin'.";rUI''.l.'.A:.C,(.;i)!(ll''ii'l.:.-t(-'i.;.l ' " ,. ��������� ' ".'A-- ' '   '���������''���������'  OOK   OTXT' FOE  Our Fall Stock of Dress Goods, Trimming's, Hosiery  and General Dry Goods.  H. N. COURSIER        -----        REVELSTOKE  THE LEADING  TAILOR  New Stock Just Arrived, ���������  ,,   Call Early and Avoid'Rush.  For all duties.  -wa-rg^Try-ji-fiK^.-r.T 'tiw  TJ. L. IEC^_IGf.  NOTARY   1'CliLH  KI'.V'IaL.-i'IOKIa,   I'.A.  TORONTO.  ���������>*  ONT  Js'1

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